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PalAai uayc m uajh Rrery Drirer na IMeort LHkrWt Tufcae & Trmfe Sou IneorprU4 te VOLUME XLV.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1920. PRICE .FIVE CENTS. Bishop ot Galloway, Monslgpor Mcland and domatwSbg that President Carthy. Archbishop Magulre, who Wilson at once .raeesnlao tho Irish succeeded to tho Archbishop in 1902, Tho resoRepublican Govacpaient. was the first Archbishop to bo inlutions wore cawrfcM unanimously, vested with tho pallium in Glasgow with a roar that ""echoed and resince tho time ot tho reformation. echoed from tho Speedway to the Ho was born in Glasgow of Irish Harlem river. A Vicar General Mooney, represent Labor as a Means to Attainment of parents in 1851, consecrated auxil- Thousands Attend of For Tcrcnco MacSwiney One iary in 1894 and succeeded ArchFuneral Service ing Archbishop .Hayes, In trembling Man's Highest and Most bishop Eyre in 1902. New Greatest Demonstrations her history of Ireof Martyred Lord Mayor Tcr.--- ! voice, recited NoblcEnd. land 'a holy cause, through the cen' York Ever Knew. enco MacSwiney. JOLLY HALLOWE'EN PARTY. MacSwiney's baMed Ho turies. the ages as an insplratlon-fo- r death Miss Helen McGrath was host 'i to comei Friday afternoon at a most enjoya In a of Louisville churches People Gathered nt prayersnumber offered on Sunday for Charge Tliat Church Has Double ble Hallowe'en party at the homo of Presence of Archbishops, Bwijope Forty' Thousand woro her parents," Mr. and Mrs. Frank Code of Morality Is Thorotigldy Beckham. refused to tha dead Lord Mayor. At tho Sathe Polo Grounds on Sunday and Priests Add Splendor to V Tho house was decorated McGrath. machine fought the Kentucky and Will Redeem churafc following tho cred Heart Refuted. Afternoon. and other with and its followers every inch, of the roeary was recited, tho Scene. high mass tho 4 Louisville. way. Wo ore iproud ot that fight, favors suitable to the day. Miss and on Monday worning the Rev. Goldlo Hurforth Impersonated tho and wo have no apologies or high Patrick Walsh celebrated a witch. Miss McGrath was assisted otfor. Tho result shows that mass of requiem. Faithful Preserver of Christ's Teach- by Misses Clara Winn, May and A Simplicity That Was Solcawlyjm- that fight brought results. Trotcstant Jewish, Catholic and Madolino Baldwin, Hortonso Houso, Kentucky IrLsh American Justly Tho result in Louisvilio should RECENT DEATHS. ings and Care Taker of His Clergymen Were Represented pressh-Blanoho Mitchell, Kato MjcGill and Marked the Pinal not bo discouraging to the DemoProud of Its Fight Against Mrs. D. J. Carroll. Thoso present cratic party. Tho Irish and GerSpirit. on tho Programme. Tho funeral of Mrs. Mary Rose Ceremonies. were Misses Mary Virginia Edelln, Senator Ilcckltam. man voters, as In 1919, voiced their beloved Hartinan, aged twenty-threLouise Smart, Marguerite Dant, Anopposition to tho League of Nations Harfman, 327 wife ot Sidney R. toinette Angermoler, Katherine B. and voted tho straight Republican Monday afterpicket, Just as many voted that DEMAND MADE ON WILSON. Camp street, was held church, Rev. IDLENESS ENEMY OF THE SOUL. Yeager, Jano Lederman, Holten Cas-si- CITY noon at St, Paul's CHURCH BELLS TOLLED. Dorothy Hannan, Eugenia Beaz-leHE COLLECTOR, ticket straight to oppose Beckham. TO PETTY Father Donohoe conducting the serFlorida Hagon, Mary Loachman, The conduct of the negroes during vices'. For tho .bereaved husband Dorothy Ann Wile, Nancy .Sabrie, tho election, and since oloction day there Is folt profound sympathy. Evolyn Nancy Grab, Thompson, guarantees the .beginning ot tho end Grlof for tho death of a man they . The book by Dr. Wobor, mentioned Eileen Ollnes, Mary Rose Burns, In the presence of suriillced church ot political of Republican misrule in Louisville. had never seen and indignation ut Now that the smoko Mrs. Julia Opstello, widow ot in last week's article, contains an Peggie Houso, Florence Sandish, Noxt year With a ticket of represen bajttkj has cleared away after the tative Democrats and tne slogan 01 outrages committed thousands of Thomas Costello and long a Tesldcnt interesting compilation of tho teach- Mary Margaret Burke, Aline Mc- - dignitaries, scores of hta former overwhelming defeat ot the Demo- "lower taxes" and a white man's miles overseas drew a vast crowd of the West End, died Tuesday even- ings and utterances of the fathers of Dovltt. Elizabeth Tobo. Olea Hoertz. comrado volunteers and thousands to tho Polo ing cratic party it Is not difficult to town tho race will never be in Sunday afternoon home of her daughter, tho church regarding tho importance Nora May Nolan, Virginia Golden, ot liis countrymen, tho body of Terpoint to the chief cause of that de- doubt The negroes aro already on Grounds, where was held one of the Mrs. at the Needy, 54 G North Twenr ot labor; therefrom it is manifest Mary F. Conliao, Aden Miller, MJi ence MacSwiney, Lord Mayor of Grover demonstrations feat. The League of Nations was record as demanding spoils. The most remarkable street. Surviving her are a that they all Tecommend labor as a drod Seidell, Marie Louise McGrath, Cork, was lowered to ita resting rnsnonalble for the biff Republican colored newspaper this past week over known In New York City. Ter son, John Costello, and two daugh- means to tho attainment of man's Helen F. McGrath, Camlllo Ramser; place in the "Republican Plot" la victory and the Democratic dofeat demands negro polico and firemen, ence MacSwInoy, Lord Mayor of ters, Mrs. Needy and Mrs. George highest and most noble end and Masters Robert Musselman., Paul Tuesday settles the negro detectives, negro deputy sher Cork, was receiving 'from xhurch and Manning. ' Funeral services wero praise both tho economic as well as Wlinnla, Tarpy Schultcnt Robert Ma St Finbarr's cemetery, Just outside and the result question once and for all. me iffs, negro nurses anu physicians in country the last tokens of lovo in held Thursday morning at St. Ce- the ascetic value of labor. Desoite lone, W. A. Refeert, Robert Cald- Cork, Sunday afternoon. Amorican people, or the overwhelm- tho City Hospital and negro men and an Irish cemetery when 40,000 peo- - cilia's church. Tho charge that tho Catholic well, Charles Mlvelaa, John Byrne the splendor lent tho sccno by tho American people, are women In every brancli or Uio city plo in New York wore acclaiming ing part of the Church has a doublo code of moral- Buschemeyer, Charles Henry Buscho- - attendance of the high churchmen, unequivocally opposed to any alli- and county service. The election of tho deathless spirit of tho martyr. Monday afternoon the last solemn ity is clearly and thoroughly refuted meyer, William Cooper Buschemey- there was a simplicity marking the and they Harding, whom the negroes feel es They who had come sorrowing to ance with foreign nations by Dr. Weber. "The Catholic er, Ben Gerst, Henry Ritter Taylor, stated 00 in their votes. The League pecially close to, has aroused the the big stadium heard a sounding rites over the remains of Mrs. Brid Church," ho says, "admits of this Ellis Duncan, Irvln AboU, George ceremonies that was impressive Outget Condon Stokes, widow' of the distinction only, that tho one uni- Albert Burkley, William Aboil, John side tho cemetery, hidden by tho Is dead and negroes as never before. of Nations as a question White note ot triumph from almost a score buried and the attempt of the people aro being insulted and shoved, of distinguished Amorican officials late Wllllanf" E. 'iytoKes, wero con- form set of ethical principles is not Forsoo, J. C. Fedler, Hubert Fedler, enormous crush of townspeople, two Courier-Journand a few others to aside on tho oars and in public and, orators, as well as Eamonn Do ducted by Father Jdnsen at St compiled with In practice .to tho Thomas Cllnes, George Simpson Orr, armored cars, their machine guns Mrs. Stokes waB same degree of perfection by all William Cllnes, J. B. House, Cole- ready, and a half dozen lorries filled Kiy there Is still hope for it is ab- places. The cold blooded murder of Valora, President of the Irish Re- Brlcid's church. years old and resided at men. There are many gradations in man McDevltt, Frank McDevUt. with fuMy equipped soldiers, were surd, jast as the other statement tho unarmed white soldier boy and public. Grief and indignation, alike (tlfty-flv- e drawn up at the roadside, Imparting that maybe the voters wore not (ho dally assaults aro but a fore- were dispelled as tho great throng 1018 liaxter avenue, sue is survive this respect And if the church both against It. Tills runner of a reign ot terror. The listened to speaker after speaker by three sons, Walter, Edward and sanctions tho vory highest measure a sinister air to the otherwise solMEETING SERIOUS PROBLEM. emn .proceedings. camouflage will not pass now and But during the machine can not prophesy that tho knoll ot the pa- Elmore Stokes, and a daughter, Mrs. of perfection and at the samo time tho verdict should bo accepted as keep tho mad negroes in bounds and triot Mayor was tho warning of tho George Kimberger. puts up with inferior, mediocre Returning from his annual inspec- transfer of the body from the City final and tho League of Nations a Democratic victory next year is doom or British oppression and on she is acting In a truly tion tour of Knights of Columbus Hall through streets lined with omen ot tho dawn ot Erin's indequestion barred from all future Early Thursday tnornlng Henry J. Christian manner and porfectly in councils of tho West and Middle crowds to St. Mary's Cathedral and the logical outcome. Consider the attitude ot tho West, Supremo Secretary William J. during the procession, from the There's ono ray of sunshine in pendence. Mullins, tho wejl known Market accord with tho spirit of the Gov. Alfred E. Smith. Dudley working men and women voters in Harding's victory at least for Col. Sho but follows the exampJo McGinley, of Now York, announced Cathedral to tho cemetery .thero was street shoe doaleri passed away after Martin H. tho oloction Tuesday and it leaves Lud Potty, Chief ot tho Keystone Field Molone, Ho was of Christ in regarding voluntary that tho K. ot C. would immediately not on incident of violence or dis twc weeks. ono with tho impression that tho police. It is rumored that Col. Potty Glynn, Frank P. Walsh- and Otto A. an illness of Catholic and business poverty as a form of Christian per- launch a movomtht to place a free turbanco. prominent In Loaguo ot Nations Issue was upper- will be appointed Collector under ttosalsky, Judge of General Sessions, The city of Cork and the whole fection. It is a vile slander, how night school for service men In every will be most with them and they furnish (he Republican administration nnd wore among the orators. Jewish, circles, and his, 'death His widow, ever, to claim tliat such persons who city of from 40,000- to 50,000 popu- countryside paid tribute to tho memeverywhere. voting strength. Catholic and Protestant clergymen tho bulk of the practice this voluntary poverty, lation throughout the country. "In ory of their newest martyr. Tho that job will at least mean some anu .two Under Democratic reign tho work-in- s restful days and nights. No more were represented on tho programme. Mrs. Theresa Muliins, and Mrs. sis namely the members of religious all tho principal cities of the West" body was buried beside that ot terJ. women had iprospered worries over drunken Keystoners Vicar General Mooney was one of ters, Mrs. M. C Hunt men and orders, do live a life of idleness and said McGinley, "thero is a .tightening mor Lord May6r MacCurtaln, who Over the stadium F. Marer. of Iiullanair.iolls, survive. leisure. Even tho hermits, who wore of the employment market and a was assassinated. A few yards away as nevor before, and this applied es- and tho blunders of his collection of these speakers. Funeral services will be hold at the of voters pecially to tho millions relig- consequent preference for men skill- aro the graves of Joseph Murphy, car motormen and conduc waved the" red, white and blue and Cathedral this morning. tho predecessors of later-da- y Salaries by' railroads. employed see tho Colonel lias been the orango, white and green, at half ious, worked and. ate their bread in ed in technical and business occupa- adorned with an American flag, and figure, hours tors. Wo reorganize tho Keystono staff on alternate poles. Within tho were at a ton notch trying to of af two other Irish Republican solHundreds brow because By tho death of Alexander Colum- the sweat of their was prescribed tions. service menand thousands woro shorter and work was plentiful roMce band, augmented by a couple, epciouro 35,uuu men and women are still without diers. Murphy, llko MacSwiney, duty of labor former noml- ot "hick" firemen. That will sound wero crowded- and more than 5,000 bus anathor loss." Is brought to St. "tho Gov. Cox as the Democratic In all the rules of the patriarchs of Stable employment. Tho Knights of diod a hunger-strikeneo roDresented tho party that had good, won't It? Keystone Augment- wore turned away. President Do Charles Borromeo congregation. He tho desert" The hermit St. An- Columbus, despite Its appropriation Archbishop Harty, of Cashel, occreated those pleasant conditions for ed Orchestra. Tho Colonel has been Valora'o appearance prompted a fiIi1(k1 nt .".nan 'West Walnut street thony, for example, taught his fol- - of $5,000,000 for an American Le cupied tho throne in presiding over On the other nanu addressing Sunday School classes spontaneous welcoimo that swept and was. wldefcjuiowjind. respect.-- ; Jlo.wr,xh': '.'When la .your cell bo gion memorial requiom- mass" in """St. tho workers. " Senator Harding, .the Jtqrfubllcan tho- past-feMonsignor weeks trying to hyp-- - the field for twelve and a half min "ed. will be ablo to extend Its school Mary's Cathedral. lie is" survived by f ivo eons. mindful of three things only, the nominee, was the candidate ot the! notize them Into believing that his utes, every spectator waving a ban Antono, Charles, Harry, Louis ana work of vour .hands, itho meditation Bystom to prepare more men for em Bishop of Cork, was tho cele corporations llko the Standard Oil cops aro sure enough police, and if ner, every man'6 head bared. votCf! '' ployment requiring special skill. Joseph Weber, and two daughters, r ttrnii nanlma Innrl trmia If brant. Tho clergy assisting included Women In deep mourning, bearing Mrs. Joseph Ryan and Mrs: Arthur So we find even in 'hose early days Work of this sort is not maintained Archbishops Cluno of Perth, AusCompany, the Steel Trust, thoprofit-eerho runs out of a subject tomorrow tho Manufacturers Associa- wo arc going to let him use the fol- placards of black and white an Farley. Funeral services wero held the intimate and harmonic union of this winter will find the country tralia, and Barry ot Hobart, Tastion, the employers bent on destroy- lowing letter as a testimonial for nounclng the Lord Mayor's death, Tuesday morning, Rev. Charles P. prayer and work that has been pro- facmg a serious problem, as our war mania; and Bishops Browne of ing unions, and every big moneyed the Keystoners. The letter to from had passed In procession to tho Ilaffo celebrating tho requiem mass. fessed down to our own times in veterans liavo not by any means Oloyno, O'Sulllvan of Kerry, Foley strains of a dirge. Officers and sol or boodle Interest In the country. a soldier at Camp Dix. N. J.: tho Benedictine motto "Ora' ot La- - been assimilated by industry. Tho of Baliarat, Australia, and Fogarty They furnished tho biggest camtheir PROTEST FROM ALABAMA. "Havo Just been advised by Ser- diers of tho old Sixty-nintbora." "Pray and Work!" In ac young men must bo constantly warn of Killaioc The coffin, over which paign fund in tho world's history, geant Homo, of the First Military sleeves agloam. with foreign service cordance with tho teadhincs of tho ed to stay In smaller towns wnoro was draped tho Irish Republican naturally they will want their Polico Detail ot this camp, that he stripes, and some with tho Irish coland Resolutions asking tho United holy founder of tho order: "Idleness they do fairly well instead or ilock-I- n flag, rested on a catafalquo covered money returned with interest dur- is in receipt ot letter from Sergeant ors paraded. States Government to protest "in. the Is an enemy of the soul; therefore had to the' cities and adding to con with a pall with a. skull and ing tho Harding administration. Learning, of tho Military Polico ot Relatives ot the Irishmen still on uamo ot on either side, such as to used the brethren are busy themselves at gestion and unemployment" Justice against the reign of appointed will como from Louisville, asking him if I had boon hunger strike in British Jails had Their pound of flesh at the obsequies of high churchmen. with works of tho people and reduced dropped as a deserter yet This in- been escorted to boxes. But with terror and bloodshed maintained In hand, thentimes tho workinc INTENTION FOR NOVEMBER. The Cathedral was filled and thouagain with the Sacred British Government" wages and longer hours with dis- formation originates from one of tho coining of President De Valera Ireland by tho a meeting ot sands of persons wero massed in the the An- Scriptures." In the writings of a outcome. Col. Potty's Keystono sleuths, who the poignant memory of tho dead wero passed at rupted unions tlio logical ago we read His Holiness Pope Benedict XV, adjacent streets. in Mobile, Cistercian intelligence claims that I havo been seen, walk- seemed to thrill the host to thought cient Order of Hibernians Deer'y, Na- as follows: monk of long Any voter of ordinary Transfer of tho casket from the "Wo the monks, together has recommended "Upright Dealing" at which Judge James E. ' realized this before the election, and ing the streets of Louisville in civil- of victory. City Hall was ot Prayer as tho tional President ot the order, was with our lay brothers, and each day to tho Apostloahlp for the month tho armored cars without incident. Two conA vivid touch was given the meet despite the unpleasant picture of one general intention and five lorries of ian clothes since tho division left for adopted, laborers, work in common, sidered opposition to tho League ot Camp Dix. Not that this bit of ing by'ihe appearance of a delega- present. The 'resolution the death as best he may, so that all of us November. The timeliness of this troops kept in tho background as after noting with sorrow Nations tho paramount duty and Sherlock stuff worries me in the tlon of East Indians, led by Salendra of the Lord Mayor, among other live by our labor." recommendation is evident to every- the cortege moved to tho church. voted against tho party that had least, as my" company commander Nath Ghose, of the" Friends of. Free- things stated "we most firmly proroute ot tho procession at all posted on present Tho It Is true that the church has not one who Isthroughout made them prosperous and happy. can keep a lino on mo without tho dom for India, in turbans of orange, test in the world. It from tho Cathedral to tho cemetery name of Justice against assigned them manual 'labor as their conditions the Tho Kontucky victory Tor Democ- able assistance of Col. Potty and his white and green. As tho head ot was solidly flanked by thousands of all bloodshed principal task; lti is false, however, would seem that (that mankind lias persons, racy can not be construed as a vic- gang of bell clangers and ropeyank-er- the Irish Republic rose to speak ithey the reign of terror and the present to assume that she prohibits them gone money-mathe supremo who bared their lteota as in Ireland at maintained tory for the League ot Nations, as but it's Just another of the nu- ran across tho field bearing over time bv Ihe British Government." from working. St. Francis, tho purpose of life Is the acquisition or the .fjajg-- d raped casket borne on the in 'tho cities tho vote was over merous and amusing bits of (police their heads, lengthwise, the Sinn The resolutions asked the united poorest of poor friars, and tho most riches and that 'all consideration of shoulders of the Mayor's brothers wholminely agalnst.lt, while In the work that tho people of Louisville Fein flag and the red, buff and charity may My Lady intimato friends, passed. When of States Government to "officially pro- enthusiastic devoteo ofwork and I morality,asideJustice and methods of and services at tho Cathedral ended territory outside the cities the vote mIgt lenAo wIth untll November, green of tho India revolutionists. as far as tho be cast ot tho Poverty, said: "I want my wo When .the tumult was stilled test against a continuation was againsi negro uumiuu-iuany breth- filling one's purse is concerned. It and tho procession, formed under So Kentucky was 192i. need ifo $5 of those 'hicks' President De Valora told of his feel- C resent rule tit murder and butchery anxiously desire that all Republican party. had botter ing of personal th and that a ren Dorform labors of good repute, should bo a matter of personal pride supervision of tho Irish Volunteers, loss at tho Lord y the British In Ireland through our not in eagerness for pay but for the with honorablo men to bo able to moved off slowly, tho Cathedral boll to administer a rebuko also anxious another rallf i)eCaUSO i am Mayor's death, then flung defiance further request bq made t have nor This was that and for avoidwith r.and havo been on duty inM my r. at the power that killed him, and Stato Department that all British sake of good exampleonly when tho say obtainthey neither to which wish began tolling. the bells tmmedlate-t- o through a November they ly echoed by anything ..v i- .of other ing Idleness." And pique on tho part of many Demo- - Rival hore in Camp Dix. Now in the forecast victory for the jnartyr's troops and police be withdrawn. Justly entitled. They should churohes dn the city. wages or if do The resolutions further asked this friars are not recolvo to .provide aro not many t ovent you see fit to print this, would cause. Ho said: spurn oven the semblance of oppreserotic voters ana they and John Peter MacSwiney, brother of insufficient Government 'Mo officially recognize these glory ??S?rB 3.mpe(l much, as there is for"England has killed another man the Irish republic as the do Jure and their scanty livelihood, "then," says sion or extortion. Thoy should quali- tho dead Lord Mayor, acted as chief it Ireland to mourn. She has letting "Howdy Ed" know that they. noytelUng how ?ar hia propaganda Dealing" as in a coffin bearer. Father Dominic, Macof Ireland." St. Francis, "we take recourse to In "Upright which robbed another woman ot . now realize their mistake. Marrow ,of vrv resnoctfuHv. of her life and made another tho Joy the do facto government in tho audi the table of tho Lord by asking aims ficationbecause "an thoy may proudly Swiney's private chaplain, amd ArTho meeting was held bo- and ornhnn and Mb ballyhoo oratory will honest man is tho thur Griffith, Vice President of tho "ANTHONY E. BARRET, was from door to door." The founders boast sad for the father sho must never torium of McGill Institute anu being ot other are worth many votes to the Demomendicant orders noblest work ot God." Let us then Irish Republic, came immediately "Seventh Field Artillery." largely attended, about .500 know. And Lloyd George Is proud zealously accede to tho recommenda behind him. cratic party in this State and the Ono hundred and taught the samo as tho great of his work; proud that he has present. party need have no misgivings of saint. Their oraotlce at beg tion ot the Holy Father and pray eighty priests headed tho .procession. aiARSHAL PETAIN'S MESSAGE. given proof that tho British Empire Kentucky is again in tho fnturo. ging Is explained by St Thomas of earnestly during tho coming month T.hey were followed by acolytes and BURIED MONDAY, Is not 'done for' yet a proof that the Democratic .fold and .there is no Aquln in the following defense: "It that the trood Lord may inspire all high church dignitaries. Then came Petaln, of Franco, has wo do not gainsay, for ltis a proof Marshal danger of it ever slipping back as hearsea, a at all improper that whoso men with tho benevolence ot "Up- two services for Thomas R is not renounces Funeral Lloyd George has long as tho negro men and women sent to Supreme Knight Flaherty that convinces. company of volunteers dressed in his possessions to right Dealing." years old, ac ever White, twenty-fou- r carplay tho prominent part they do in Ids own official account of the Blege thrown down tho gage and It has citizens' clothes and twenty-ifivHerndon-Carte- r Com- servo the common welfare shall decountanttbd Republican iparty. riages with women mourners. Vol PRETTY HOME WEDDING. of Verdun to be Incorporated in the been accepted. He imagines that by pany, whofor - Friday afternoon at rive his sustenance from that which diedRepubAt this writing the result between unteers, each of them carrying ot the recent K. ot lopping off the heads of the ho will the City Hospital oi a Dime wounu is riven, to him by others. It this lican movement in Ireland Hrnst and Beckham for the Senator official record pieces, formed an oter colsociety One tho most beautiful of the C. pilgrimage to France. Marshal kill tho Republic. Miserable oppo- Inflicted bv Hurley Watklns, a wero not the case, human everyone autumn, ofweddings was that ot Miss floral on each side of tho procession. ial seat Is still in doubt, and this umn Monday af- could not exist. For it upon vory doubt verifies every prediction Petaln wrote tho story Specially for rtunist ho is Incapable ot under vicious negro, were held his Helen Bohno Kettig, daughter of Mr. A cordon df volunteers held back would bestow care (Only made In tho Kentucky Irish Ameri- the. Knights and sent a translation standing the depth of a devotion to ternoon at St Paul's church. Rev. own affairs, there would be no oao and Mrs. Ernest Kettig, and Mr. tho eollxl lines of bareheaded specsolin English. Ho describes Verdun as an ideal; comfortable imperialist ho Father Donohoe conducting the can irom the outset ot the to, give concern to public needs. James J. Etheridge, Jr. Tho mar- tators who overran tho sidewalks. A Beckham was a load and a tho groat test of the war and praises has never felt the intensity ot a peo- emn obsequies. an overseas veteran Tho claim to alms therefore finds riage was solemnized at tho home of number of wreaths sent by AmeriThe victim, handicap for Gov. Cox and the Dom- - the American Generafls Pershing, ple's yearning desire for tho liberty Jn work for the public wel- tho bride, Florida Heights, on tho cans were noticeable among the late ncrntle Congressional nominees to Buliard, Liggett and Cameron for they have lost; contemptible dema- who was gassed in Franceonly in its basis Rtvor road. Tho house wa3 deco floral pieces in the hearses. fare. ., nnA w wxniifn show ithaA ho tholr work at Verdun. "In paying gogue he has never known a democ- the fall of 1917, Was the As tho clergymen wero flMeg away rated with palms, ferns, yellow ana Thus tlio Catholic Church has ., ot his aired mother. Mrs. Annie was scratched by more voters than homage to the memory of the ho-- - racy such as Ireland's, where tho laid a. sDeciall stress on the white dahlias. Tho bride Wore a from the graveside after tine. body American, street, wiaow fhr. nfa nfinji.Mn.ta that over role dead o'f your adds, "wo dlvls- people always find a leader when- C. White, 418 uauiwou many years a valuo of labor and has repeatedly wedding gown of white silk ilet over had been lowered six men who were must the occasion demands. They mur- of Edward White, .for .. 4t,a i,n,n.ir The ordinary Ions," tho Marshal satin. Sho carried a admitted within the circle formed by De- called attention to hor teacmngs on pceitiom over voter of any party balks at the Idea never fall to associate with them dored MacCurtaln. MacSwiney look Captain in tho Louisville Fire bride rosesu Tho cerevolunteers T mnnMnn His brother, Edward this subject: In every rank of so bouque ofperformed by Rev. Father the gravo, fired took who his place in the breach. And it will partment. volunteers principal- - the ot scratching Ja, ticket, not a revolver ealate of tho our ranks before be yet another, and another. There White, is still In tho army overseas. ciety as well as in all professions mony was r nnriv invalhr hut for strengthened Ethor-ide- o i.. remonr can a Christian become holy through Charles Raffo,a Mr. and Mrs. upon three volleys and silently withdrew. the tear of losing his or her vote. Yet America entered" tho war. In Am-..- .. will be no lack of stout hearts for White's only offense was tohfs foul lite work. Christ practiced work left for trip East and Arthur Griffith, in paying a tribvillage of Banes your former strato with tho negro for Cath-n,ithe post of danger as (long as God thoHWwds and thousands of voters tholr return thoy will bo atvhome nt ute to MacSwiney's life work in. tfce, and bassador to. ,Franco, , Mr. Bacon, leaves one Irishman dn Irolan1 with language In the presenco of ladles, and had others do so, downtho nv i.afc through 341 Shawneo Terraco. ., ... i... service of tho Irish cause, doctored nhmreh. has been & .vv ,, wuuji 1oM an Irish will to Tesolvo and Irish whereupon Watklns drew a revolverg CR.IO LO w vo tn mKitli llfwlrliaift. II that Joan ot Arc "would find to thetho ages tho faithful iptroserver of him In tho stomach, than 800 metres from the front courage to dare. ' and shot Democratic 25,000 martyred Lord Mayor a wortay comhay that over of DEFFEAT BIGOTS. teachings and tha care-taklino." an unprovoked and cold his 'spirit. "Ho has killed them, but their voters In the State scratched Beckrado In heaven." his acCopies ot .Marshal Petain's muraer. bodies Only he has reached. Their blooded ham and his dofeat would have been Returns from 1,841 tpreclncte dn count of the siege of Verdun aro spirits ho could not. He has tried ilonily assured but for the fact that being sent to Michigan gave a vote of more than NEWPORT PROTHer. CHAPEL DEDICATION. GREEDY EMPIRE. all the K. of C. night them by the test They have not two to one against a constitutional ncfwnlicaH prohibitionists who had schools so men stu- been found wanting. that Fitzgerald's uadortanding with tho which would dn effect tut Tomorrow; Hon, Joseph Hermann, Mayer" of morning .the new amendment stomav facts of There has never been, and Murphy's private parochial and machine scratched to save dentsgreatest have the exactwar from and MacSwlney'a issued an fsa)al great part of the earth charo! at St. Michael's cemetery will abolish This' ie a decisive defat for Newport, Ky siege ot the bod!e are indeed i the clay, but U gie sway as Beckham, offsetting in a measure the Bishop is now British. Before, tho world be bleased and dedicated by o'clock schools. This ie & declelvo dofeat for proclamation, naming last Saadox a 'w the sacred bosoni of the motherwho would not sup- me soKuer wuo cuuuucieu uw nx the Democrats schools. O'Donaghue. At 11 with Petalr port him. It Is no secret that tho umphant defense Marshal C. pil- land they loved so well and served war the empire was credited which Dante will be hlh mass tot the and the opponents of parochial a day of mournto; for the death, of Campaign Commit- personally guided the K. of k. nobly, and their godlike splrlte '3,153,712 square miles, to total- - there followed by the usual ser- schools. Terence MacSwiney, Lord Mayor of , State Democratic "hapel He rejwrW now a legion, are wlth us to inspire mav now be added the areas il grims' trough Verdun. Cork, and protest against ttw murtee ts, tho past few weeks square mHes and 37,- -. vice held on tho first Sunday of always to rvg 2.264,040 lM lis efforls to avo Beck that lite final word of command was, and to be at our skle derous campaign, ot Enfetaad fa tb COLUMBIAN MINSTRELS. at thia cemetery.V There enemy's attack north o reng'tben us. .Thus we ahall bo fi7.692 irjoTHiiauoa acauireu in in November isle of Saints. The proclamattoB ham and the prohlMtdonist voters "Resist, theany peace. will- be. no servJeea to the afiternooa ble to live u;pi to tho glorkuand. luf war and later up Tn raovuuA r luwiil&r demand the reads: were esTocially arrested to tor help. Verdun, at cry cost,'; and that m re years. cam back, "Ito, an empire of as w former Buoiwe the d for Thw ie made rd which :tfcey have set, "I. as Mayor of the ctty a Wew- Tho Kentucky Irish American w Columbian minstrel show will be re-pas They shall not pm!'' 'tito and1 about R4177R2 mil of Ireland' struygle tfce. only Democratic paper lo TCen- neated tomorrow evening at at. cort, requeat the church, V fcftay GLASGOW MOURNS. sou1. .In three ebuthienU n which R has been, tneir prow bteky that refused to upmrtr Deek- PeterS HtfL Seventeenth and South-e- Protectant or Catholic, to toM their ' Imk an-- we feel more thaA proud STEADILY IMPltOViNG. to tead tha. van. tbey hav vfo!k America. Afrtesa and Australia belle next Sunday.' October 31. UIO, atfeeta, and a big crowd Is mourn th paaateg ot Scotland empire ! tha )arnt tended proven u again the unalllnic kga' Tereuo Maawav th death be on band t the result o the election. ,NYr church of Ma JLh, foin. rtor; hi aqaara nttta Aa1. h iiMftr(f.moat d'aUaguiaheu Aww Barrett.to hrterieor, when Raymond foraebotar, poetotand, patriot; rtefcory liberty or death!" TjHt PaI. I" W TTnjHV. ajarte hte fun a a nKrier ot Becklm because pt M Hv, Jftha renrawwi' the te tour' protaat agaJaat 49m There fttftowed tn readto altnul 1.O7J.870 rtoc' Iniarai Uw M reduction of th towrHelroof Oaaaaow ny ante wtth tb JoTly end men. tb pepl to early tdo tfca axtart of Imparta1 Mactthw, Arabhlab tnaofialr from th atamAa of rnaoln aod In Mxy Dwwatte aamAot t Caatp Kamc. to iaiMarin hMjMioa Iw aaty tetrel is irea for be baa- - campaign ofbymurderHagUaknwwaitowat a toe Tb ' aW.49e.000 aanV- who tHd la "! xme. Of eaWng noon Mm Utrttad MM Oarani-uarauMty. ! AttMTOtt. om nUTEOtwd tb eowmHted M Trteh AmftrVw. rV- ttw fit of St. Paul's aanraa, nnaaa. during part of wmen i 090 000 art C hwatiy wtikm at. tl proUat In th nan '"nrtS tb reat aabjaet. 9 Ireland." itu itmUuaW, by th I RW Park. haa bam. adntatatorad .fftiact Britain' barbarity la Ira UiaaM, tac and ptouKas wUfc the1 nan who OOub wore reorganizing the iparty that 4t would bo dangerous to foist Beckham on tho Democratic, voters once more. His record on the Irish freedom question and the prohibition many voters, Issue had alienated whllo his record of broken promises CoUcctorshlp appointment had Ktw That tho Election Landslide lu tho support of him an Impossibilmade ity by many Louisville and Jefferson Camo From League of. Nations county voters. Tho Kentucky Irish Opposition. American, which has unfailingly supported .the Democratic party in and, out of season, considers that it has not broken that record when It gro Question Decided tho Issue In Wo support DEMOCRATS MEMORIAL PRAY, WORK LAID TO REST ( Haly-Bockha- m Jack-o'-lanter- . o 'l i e, n, y, th al wholo-hoarted- ly do-bat- e. Gos'-pels- ." ex-Go- v. - et - r. bunding-m-washing-to- n, Uie-solem- n -- - w- -- Co-hal- e, h, black-bordere- d, cross-bon- es " I - two-mi- le s, d, ! A f - .,. .. or-la- st l .a so-call-ed ser-arih- lc flower-burden- ed o - cam-palg- R. sup-no- nt flesh-color- ed A I k.,. Tr...v uuvSiraiv..v, .- -- 1 ... ,,. !r iperpe-tratin- er . ' J Haly-Beck-tta- m ua-de- r ! h concon-irAta- - ' lt pke 500.-"QO.O- at ta -- hr - aalf-gwara- bt ar "' aint V . HaaENnPUOBTsr kbtxjwec COMING BVBNTS. AJMTOKiO-aj- . Hee J j ...AAA41&AAAA&AAAAAAAAAAAJJkUAAAAAMA ; Plieae Or 236 KENTUCKY IRISH flMHOGffllV - ' PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. C.tfae Amrfc MmU Advenrf el Iri -- i to ft. 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His mes- spirit of revenge, since tho Secretary Hospital, Pueblo, Col- - at St the ail J' , nJiiiiwi in vrclndn him from his sage was patriotic and American Mrs. Frank Kelly has returned J' the great man this talks to journalists at tho State Do-- from a stay of several months In At- end staiapa him 5. paper has contended lor. Tho partmoni, oiicr nanna .&au uuusw kuhic vuy vmu iiuhhkhiuio. Miss Helen O'Bryan has returned' reads: confidences and attempted to turn ,n un. infit. of his own radi- - &om boxrogton, wnerp sne visiiea "la tho spirit of America I acher sister. Mrs. J. E. Notslngor. tho majority, cal affiliations." cept the decision of Mrs. John Bowling has returned tender as tho defeated candidate my to New Hope, after a pleasant visit OOX RKAIj MAN. have assumed .telo-gram LOUISVILLE, KY SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1920 S. THIRDISTREET I Send us your Palm Beach Suitf, Flannel Trousers, Georgettes, Voiles and Organdy Dresses and let us clean them THE "MODERN" WAY. m . . 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IV. ' AtltVUVUWJ, iw. A.vj'w. Imniwsalvo words i Mrs. ucjnaa I'lisgeruiu, 01 joi-Willi 41rt ...... v you lor your messago of congratulaMannlx, of Australia, fOrsonnrm0, Archbtehop has been visiting "her tion ead pledge of support." WllO 18 Still in JilIlUUU. uiu u tJii eon, JUirnaj fiut&uiuau, u.b Mrs. Mary G. Mullen has returned refused permission by tho British SPIRIT NOT KILLED.. Government to visit Ireland opened Sau The MacSwiney memorial meeting tho interview which ho granted City last Sunday at- Forbes Fairbalrn, an American cor--i in Now York j"Irs Elizabeth McGee, of Now tests tho feeling of Americans for respondent. Hope,, spent several days hero as d tho martyred Lord Mayor of Cork "Tho fooling in. Ireland is tense guest of Mr. and Mrs. Martin and Is evidence that his sacrifice has on, "but tho Geo. bitter," ho went t--' not been made In vain. Irish people are discipline I Is t Chalr-ma- n Jadgo RosaTsky, who was fering. Tliey can neither bo cowed Beam, at Bards- tM of tho meeting at tho Polo by bruto force nor driven to ox-- town. Grounds, raid: "This tribute Is paid tremes or reprisals. Standing over! Miss Mary Ryan, who was the to a man. who through his unfailing tho dead body of her martyred son, ' guest of Mrs. Molllo Davidson in faith in a groat people bos rendered Ireland appeals to tho whole world JottewonvUlc. has returned to Clovhumanity. lo judge between her and her op-j- " an eminent service to all E(Uth n has returned In hia death the whole world sees a pressors. Havo tho nations of the from g LouLs, where she visited hero mako a supremo sacrifice that world and especially America so her brother, Robert Callahan, and a great principle might be vindi- soon forgotten tho principles for Mrs. Callahan. Mr. and Mrs. Jesso Dawson and cated." which tho war was fought and for1 Corporation Counsel O'Brien, which MacSwiney d.ed7 Numbered Mayor Hylan, said: "Tho among tho noblest of Ireland s he- Now Hope. heart of this city pulses with tho roes, Irolond will see that ho hasj jjrg, jaraes Chester, who was tho sufferings of those in Ireland. Wo not died in vain, jgTho English Gov- - guest of her daughter, Mrs. Will do not let martyrs liko MacSwiney emment asserts that it is trying to Whitley, has returned to her home die unnoticed. Each drop of Irish put down murdo, and outrage- ThoLasTDignan. whoso leg was blood that England sheds adds a lb really is accomplishing isWtf aTOlputated on. account of an attack thousand friends to (the causo of stifling of a nation by a policy of rf blood poisoning, is homo from the Ireland In America." Tho crowing hospital and is reported resting brutal repression. Llko expressions have been heard achievement of this programme Is easy. in every city and town throughout the tragic case of the Lord Mayor of the United States, and verifies tho Cork. His death is bound to em- Bummer with her grandparents, Mr. words of President Do Valera tliat bitter tho relations between tho two 'and Mrs. C. M. O'Bryan, in Nelson may kill tho body the whfio Britain countries and shows tho brutality of county. ppirtt will still survive. wuuam Great Britain's present methods of ' wr. ana wrs.eneagemont . or tnelr attempting to govern Ireland. Un- - announce the Marte cunlffe, M!s3 BMer WHERE BLAME RESTS. questionably tho death of tho .Lord j0 oiarenco W. Kunz. Tho wedding ...- -. .w... " . ",1" For moro than two months tho " many aa l". under . s party uuw ""Jf" Mayor Terence Mac- - not bo iorgotten lor many, Irishmen givencnuareu the auspices of the death of Ireland and Swiney had been expected daily, but Rtnc0relv hone: Knights of Columbus at their club , house next Friday afternoon, prizes whoa tho end came it was still q awarded to tho best dancora. shock to tho civilized world. Tho however, the tragedy will not result Mueller papers devoted columns to tho cir- In further disturbances in Ireland. I, Mr. and Mrs. August their daugh-patritho effect the death of this nounce the marriage of cumstances of tho case and no one will have in every port of who reads is now (ignorant that America and in the hearts of all Uy 1)ac0 MacSwiney died In an English Jail st Pcier'B ohurcli, g Amoricabs. America Mansfield, Ohio, September 13. protesting to tho end, in. tho only treedom-lovirfhas always defended tho rights ofj Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Russell way it was possiblo for him to nations. Their interest in tho nounco tho engagement of their against tho unjust treatment Bulgarian, the Belgian and the Ar- of his country by tho tyranny of n' take place November Britain. Will that protest provo ef monian artroclties bears witness to WNMidmK fective beforo tho bar of tho civil that Mayor Hylan, of Now York, 23 at St. Louis Bertrand's church, tribute and ono Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Eyl havo ized world? Only tlmo can tell. We paid a of to bo forgotten,. to this patriot sued invitations to the marriage M. reams of argument, pro . have read ..,.- . Tiir iiaticrhtfir. Miss Henrietta IMN ill riVIIIIIlll - llllimillb L11D Eyl. to Frank H. Twickler. .MJMM4 II J Tno and poh, regarding tho lawfulness upon wedding will take place Tuesday of tho hunger strike inaugurated by flags of tho city at half mamst days beforo learning of the Lord Mayor's death." morning, November 16, at St. VinMocSwinoy soventy-threcent do Paul church. of it does hia death. Miss Doris Elizabeth Dean, daughTOUTICS AND RELIGION. not touch tho point of the cose. Tho ter of Mrs. Charles Dean, of fact that MacSwiney was constantly and Earl Statlg, of New All will agree with tho Catholic attended ,by a Catholic iptlest during Toloirrnnli vlnw that the man Who Albany, wero united in tho bonds of morning at , holy wedlock fast, and that rofiicno in vntA for n. TflW. a Catholic C!f AiitrnaHnn'aThursday H.BV. Father his long jvlntro.Vi. Archbishop Mannlx imparted the last simply on account of Halpin performing tho ceremony and absolution, over his remains is a suf- or a Protestant high mass. the candidate's religious profession celebrating nuptial ficient answer to tho quibbling that would try to make tho martyr of sonablo bigot; but we can not help tel Mfe3 charlotte Warnecke, to MacBrlxboa prison a suicide. feeling suspicious of tho follow who William Hondrickson, which took Swiney was done to death by British says 'you can't mix politics and re-- ploco Thursday, October x. ine ev. tyraany just as surely as MacCur-tai" llglon." If an elector does not mix i. w. tjcuuuiuuuii uuiuAuue. mako hfe predecessor as Mayor of Mrs. Hendrickson will enough of his religion with his poli- and homo at Harrlman, Tenn. their Cork, was murdered by tho hired methTho marriage of Miss ICatherlno thugs of tho British Government. As tics to abstain from dishonest sincerely Geneva Kinney and E. Paul JohnBon truthfully says, re- ods, and to vote as ho the Trao Voice public welfare, wm solemnized at St Charles sponsibility for his death rests upon thinks is best for tho country as well as to ohurch. The bride wore a white he is the officials of the Government that God. also 10 not divorce politics. charmouso dress and earned a Ono can ctnrnrar hniinnnt n, hl.w roses. Af- mjastly incarcerated him. Mao and morality. tor a wedding breakfast at tho home Swteey is dead. But his unconquerof tho bride's mother, Mr. and Mrs. able spirit will hearten tho friends yuifh li 1wtlnn vr. tnfin nnfl TnTinRnn left, for WOSt Baden, Ind. of liberty throughout the world Tho women shouU now bend all their 'Mrs. Margaret Burch Dillon, British Government could kill his that the country and body, fcut It can not suppress tho prosper. Whoth- - wlujam glnkler Ohllds, October 20, deep fsellng of horror and reeent-Me- best interests should or Republican or Democrat, all at Holy Cross rectory. Father Hill that Bwept over the world truly performing tho ceremony. , After the news of hfaa death. Perhaps It should unite as Americans and con- -support our Government and Its marriage required MacSwlnoy'a sacrltico to world has now at home at 4007 West briag home to tho lovers of freedom sMtution, tho beBt the Broadway. the full realization of the situation ever known. Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. Martin, of m Ht estate today la sorely tried Remember thla is the month of 2026 West Broadway, announce the At any rate, his death will ot ibelrugbteMiss poor; souls. And also that the not be ha vain. Sooner or later the day may not be far distant whoa we .. Wrriajr0 ceremony to takeiplaoe Great Britain and the callous ofil-camong them. ait St. John's church on Tuesday, 'who compassed hia death will shall be numbered November 23. Rev. Father Francis tay ike f alt penalty for their crime. J. Martiu, assistant pastor p 9t VISIT THE BIG CTEY. the Patrick's church and brother ofcerewill officiate at tho SHOWS UP HANNA, New York City was the rendezvous tor raaay vislton from LoutoviUe mony. A most enjoyable social event law In. Mm Nattoa of October 13 Paul the past week, who were there for week was the surprise tacks' party SoeJaltetlo reporter, Himi, a " given Mrs. John L. Henna i at her "" Colby, fkw Kon. B&iabrtoa xnw go-- Wy were ot'atat, of ktearKylng imvi mnrijiw vanm. Mm. firaaAc "nanMwia attending Sophte Meadames unetain, KotoMtera, Botebe'viMR and Staa Lee. Mrs. Wafts France, Mia Kama Dettliwger, Katnerine TWajtaW,. is answer to whleh tae Kathyi F. wA.h as, mm. m. j. Mtases Minnie jjeaaie Armtroa, Miaa1 Murphy, J. Vyaaa, 8. J. makes Bggers were at ehe MeAlpto. Stop- Katharine noteto were IMrtt; JL gU)U. O'Connera, Addle Magoer, Der-tkt toOewtoc reply, ahowia Haaaa pta V m to 1n ootors: Bolaa m& Mrs, Bojaa. Mr, and tha Herbit, Amelia. 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Jasper Cummings, Carter Fryer, Lloyd Terrell, Francis Shelly, Davis WMott, Robert Watson, Loomis Gardner, Arthur Muaeelman, Tydor McDon-ougTerhan Baker, WilUam Walter Harper, h, n, TssrjUKu nt w-it- K , Ire-bo- d. foment i bride-to-b- e, ae-em- m e, B.Jfta mM "r gotor, !- yw, dMr.d -r- TI-rt- tB, w pr;aj3l ifrtir t M JkmWtk.-w- clueively for tho saving of little children in pagan lands, procuring their baptism and supporting and ZHOORPORATBD oducatlng thorn dn tho Holy Child.City 897 hood orphanages, numbering upward Muin 1800 528 WESTJJEFFERSON of 280. Tho Holy Childhood Christ mas seal bears tno imago or our Divine Lord, in delicately shaded colors, enciroJded by a border of crimson red conveying the society's good wishes, "Holy Childhood Association A Merry Christmas." Thus they serve two purposes help the . needy and put upon our presents the image of tho Christ Child, a most HELP TIBS POPE. " appropriate ornament. As tho supThe annual collection for the Holy ply is limited, order at once by Father widl be taken upin all the dropping a card to national office of churches of the LoulavllleVJocese at the Holy Childhood, P. O. Box 1002, 619 W. BROADWAY PHONE CITY 3767 all the masses tomorrow. In the Pittsburgh, Fa. Sunday the announcement road last II Right Rev. Bfehop O'Donaghuo said MOTION PICTURES. "this offering is not mado to tho ., P. BWK. fm. Hi Tim. M. J. IMHHH. rmMwrt urfMrnfir. Holy Father for hie personal use, Tomorrow evening there will be but to aid him to hia work as Chief another exhibition ot motion pic Pastor t the Jaithful throughout tures ha BL Xavier College Gym from the world. The coatrifcuttonagener- The pictures to be seen here are this diocese have always been premHmceu xne oeet ever saowu hi ous, and we atoeeiy hope that the thte city and are attracting Urge eoUection of neat Sunday will not and pleaeed audieaees. aid ClTrt tlf9, i fall beJow the cradtaMe ahowia of v&taat tliiea Pl fer Steam Ceaiaiti, oAoer years." Wall Ceyiai, Orala Tilt, Titril.e IrWI. ; FORTUNE A WINNER. REAL CHRISTMAS SHAD. Flma Lialarf, Flra ErkK Flra FreelaA Judge James W. Fortane, ot Crate aad Belkr Tile, Fkre Clay, Chimney Taya. wm Circuit Red Croae and other The CirJudicial are widely adwrUstog and Judge for the Fourth Tuesday. He OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. rf Cartatwaa cuit is t'e eleetioa ea Hdvoaatiag the aale orpoaeat In Jasiea B. had a croa MAIN 807. HONES CITY eata to order te.obtate funds to Taffgttrt, bat Juaae TorttiBe'a exeel-jea MfaUk a IfaiMtUa. reeerd aad.hie news Judteial OWWfceed Ocas are tiw atttfey breaght Mm a well earned Qbtiwiam aatK.aaffw tor '' 'q ry. , . nr-s- idawed ELECTRIC SPECIALTY COMPANY THOS. J. BR0CAR Mul-doo- Automobile Repairing Tubes Accessories Tires 4 mH9ww999tf49wWff'mZ R BANN0N PIPE CO.!! Swr iu'i J J organ-ftatfa- xu ed at tfUb i WiS ,fr c- , iiiiimiiiT"""","""'i""'fi'""""'"''a'1i' . c J . n iJaaBTDTJOKTSr IfcRIfcll JkXaJBXXOAJ&. MACARONI v EGG NOODLES SPAGHETTI HpSg .. -- 1$nd MENS FURNISHINGS J . Watch and Jewelry Repairing ...I. T?ltul FOURTH 40o THE Drawing Dividends of Service ' X PENDBNNIS Inc. A. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. Drs. Harrison and Strassburg We Male a Specially of All Branches of Dentistry. We Use All Modern Appliances In the Elimination of Paha. 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Phono City 4C03 Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. s The Radius Jewelry Shop Next to Rex Theater Open Evenings Until 0 P. M. Home Phone, City 7804 Cumb. Phone, West 498 SOUTH AVE. HOOVER Electric Suction Sweeper IT BEATS AS IT SWEEPS AS IT CLEANS Even though you are not a stockholder in the Louisville Railway Company, you are getting' dividends; from its oper Phono City 4593 ation. You collect them every day. You are a partner a preferred partner. When you ride to work in the morning When you ride back home at night When you take the family down town to the movies When your children attend the high schools ' When your wife visits the down town shops You are drawing dividends of SERVICE. Have you ever stopped to realize that the size of your dividend depends to a Urge extent on your attitude toward those who make it for you? Isn't it a fact that the conditions you fix determine to what extent we can serve you? demand that you should work Doesn't your own constantly improving service? with us for We look upon you as a partner in this public enterprise. We welcome your suggestions. We hope to have your self-intere- st n. V NOTICE! ; Designs & Estimates Fandsfaod LIBERTY BLOW 412-- W Air Engineers Manufacturers and Erectors of PIPE WORKS Mechanical "I ; ji Frank Hartman & Son Tafel Electric Co. HOUSE PAINTERS City230 "WEST JEFFERSON 113 Main 985 AND DECORATORS 1306 WEST MARKBT STREET Residence Phone Shawnee 12 2- -J Shoup Optical Co. . DUST COLLECTING SY8THM We Make a Specialty of Pipe Hat Removad To Speed Building. ASK FOR ;; 4 :!3ll Guthrie St.;! Work for HEATING & VENTIIiATINa 644 EAST JEFFERSON ST. LOUISVILLE, KY. .i 'Vl vsl . GLOBE TIRES M - O City 1114. -- A JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED .BarnMfl -- Ldrrffl.Ky. KECO it EWING'S DAIRY Established 1820 - Lonlsvflle, Ky,. OFFICE OUTFITTERS -- STATIONERS GLOBB PKINTHRS ( In may make more room for our largo optical parlors, wo will closo out a largo portion ol our Jowolry stock. This Is an excellent opportunity for you to buy a ring, a watca, or any article of Jowolry which you may need now or later, at a groat saving. In fact, some of our customers have already gifts for Christmas. ordor that To My ATTENTION we4 Frftnds and Patrons: aJP ftaUttKlN(.'. - MKM vn & jMta m. n. Sac M (! CO. Wfcl in tr eenaitka. e ni PRODUCTS PURE WHOLESOME SAFE. THE VERY BEST SECURITY & LOAM GO. teeorporatea. A. Lazar, Manager Hoaoy Advanced on Your Plata Vets 312 West Jefferson Btreat (Second Floor) Home Phone City 2967. BEST CHEW Bourbon County' Twist UNEQUALLED SMOKE pur-chaE- Cd JAMES P. BARNES, President Louisville Railway Company. INCORPORATED PEARLMAN OPTOMETRIST AND JEWELER 229 WEST JEFFERSON STREET City 2724 EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS MONDAYS ONLY SUITS DRY CLEANED, BEH POOLEY FOR MONEY. Loans to those having regular incomes or salary, with no publicity r red tape. Loans to housekeepers a their personal security. F. R. POOLEY, Ssem 1, Courier-JournBuilding, 415 S. Fourth Street. al WM. P. BANNON CONTRACTING SINGER i im STORAGE OF AUTOMOBILES NIGHT AND DAY. PLASTERER FRED. BROOK AND BLOOM Cumb. S. 154 City 8380 fry CWt, MW. tWAUp, H.i. .oJ C LOEMKER itt c Sewing Machines FACTORY DAWSON'S I ELECTRIC LIGHT TROUBLE l FOURTH AND O STS Homo Phone, Shawnee 803 AT homo. PRICES. Easy terms. Phone us for free trial on our 1920 model in your We repair any sowing machine. PARRAKEET Incorporated nnv MEN AMn MinuT ELECTRIC CLEANER Incorporated PRESSED LADIES' AND GENTLEJIEN'S f gff ehl.ZD (ft-- General Repair Work, Cleaning and Polishing. Kentucky-Indian- a Automotive Co. TeL 3063 Broadway Shoes at Frst. Home Family Miaeralwater & Grocery Company ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING FOB THE BENEFIT OF YOUR KIDNEYS DRINK rARRAKEET MINERAL WATER Parkway 405 Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted Asphalt Shingles a Spocclalty 2011 WEST BROADWAY HENRY GOSS J. C. DORSEY & CO. City GGGO 4$0 West Chestnut Street Day or Night Service. Call City O260. Cleans by Air Alone. Phono Us For a Demonstration. HATS CLEANED, BLOCKED, DYED, AT SPECIAL PRICES MAIN OFFICE, 808 W. MARKET City G443; Main 2434 Falls City Cleaners and Dyers For Every Member of the Home Phone 3906 FRED FEIGE & SON UNION M'AD B ' 542 E. JEFFERSON ST BEET Childers Elect. Co. COAL - SHOES AND SLIPPERS 431 EAST MARKET STREET LOUISVILLE KENTUCKT Mark KalM, Prea. a. v. jsood. M i THE SHEPPARD MFG. CO. H. W. DUBISKE & CO. FINANCIAL SERVICE B. F. MARKIIAM, Mgr. 486-7-- Incorporated STEEL AND IRON WORKERS 1612 WEST MAIN STREET Home Phone, City 577 LOUISVILLE, ICY. FRED ERHART ' - COAL 333-33- 5 WEST MAIN ST. City 135-TU- aln sea ana ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING ' irtu, 8 INTER-SOUTHER- N BLDQ. DEAD ANIMALS HIGHEST CASH Steam Forglngs and Fire Escape Apparatus Our Specialty PAH) JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. Famous Diamond Block and Rogers Bros. Block, tuo Coal for Stoves and Furnace. Wholesalo and Retail. City 2028 South 2100 CORNS.BUNIONS tetrowHi Md MwtmI Na L, GRAUMAN & CO. Incorporated Dealers Za AU Kinds of Siftee aaa tore Tlxtoref, Safes, Cuti Xeflj- ters, 8bow Caaet, Oomnteis, UhtlTlng, Sto. West 866 610 WEST K&nr BTXBXC Home Phono, City 18tl SclHtlficti TruM I 31 N. W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson P.'Sk Climinafafho Dnionna S X Dr. Uriah Z. Lltsiy PRICES J. 508-51- Headquarters for Call Home Phone City 721; CITY AND FARM 'pROPHRTY Main 721. Cumb. Phone See ns about anything la real LOUISVILLE RENDERING: CO. Mtate. We sell, buy and rent 604 W. JEFFERSON OT. E. Yann Dairy Co. Home Phone City 4464. Incorporated 0 Weekly Savings Club START ONE THIS MONTH WITH wmmmMMSf lslP NEILL-LA Chirayodiat 607 Starks City 866 Oscar Farmer & Sons THE South Louisville Bank Fourth Horn Bad X. A. Xxapp SOUTH WENZEL ST. Chat. S. Xrapp Home Phone, City 7005 Central AtCbbb 3580-- A 2 The chief indications In the 5 treatment of E1IEUMATISM K ete are to neutralize the toxins and destroy the specific poisons . tt circulating in the body VIELLE Elevator and Warehouse Phono City 2154 Bailalai City Hay, Grain and Feeds Bath Pbo9i THE ZERR CO. The Home of "Quality Feeds" Successor to ZERR & HOFFMAN 122 N. FOURTn ST. Aim 2J3 N. FIFTEENTH ST. Complete Line of Serviceable VAULT AND DRY WELL CLEANERS 811 REALTY BUILDING 1 I i SUPPLY CO. INCORPORATED Both Phones 4202 Both Phonos 2406 KRAPP'S MEAT MARKET Wholesale and Retail BEST, X'OKX, VEAXi AHS Xu&MB AU Kinds of Smoked Keats 20S EAST JEFFKRSON 8TREET Phone, City 4300 Cumb. Phone, Main .Hzlairlitfr M k If MILL AND SCHOOL SHOES Open Evenings Until Nino O'Clock City 6910 Res., Shawnee. 1 8 63-- Ii FACTORY SUPPLIES CALL US FOR Sullivan Transfer Co. Incorporated GENERAL TRANSPORTATION, TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND "HAYRDDE FARTD3S" 1129 WEST MAIN STRJJBE BROS. SHOE 6T0RHS- - Joseph Hubbuch Sr. & Son Dealers in REUTLINGER & CO. Adolph Rcutllagcr Spalding Shoe Co. EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. FIRE INSURANCE LIABHilTY AND PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET TORNADO, t JOriN B. WATHEN rURNTTURB MOVING AND PACKING W. Wast MM Bh&wnee 1936 LONG DISTANOB BAUUNd WALL PAPER AND BUGS FALLS CITY HALLBLDG.. 1136.1128 WEST MARKET ST. LADDZS' AND GENTS' SUITS 2 J 680 Sooth Twenty. H.BOSSEaSON Funeral Directors and Ernbalmers. Telephone 1022 LOUIS SCHERRY DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Dry Cleaned and Presscd......$1.75 Work Called For and Delivered Telephone City 2742 LOUISVILLE CLEANERS & DYERS 665 SOUTH SEVENTH ST. 2 5 5 2 $ TLe KELLS COMPANY 5 5 Newburgb, N. Y. eliminate; (be poisons, m thervljy relieving all symptoms and preventing their return No overloading your hvbtrui with E dings Half a teaspoon firi of Albert's Rhounintle Ilvmoly tmioj or twice a day is sufficient n Price (1.00. rapidly J . Oil and Grease FOR ALL PURPOSES Kentucky Consumers Oil Company Louisville -- Kentucky -- J. M. BUCKNER TOBACCONIST 000 WEST MAIN STREET - - - KENTUCKT LOUISVILLE Thirty-tw- o WHOLESALE HAMBLY AU St. Matthews 57 Crescent 29-- L UNION MADE WORK SHOES, PANTS, OVERALLS M0LDERS' SHOES 1606 SOUTH SEVENTH We 600 EC. BROADWAY REPAIRING STREET Between Hill and Shipp SHOE1 THOMAS KEEN AN 1529 WEST MARKET STREET ; NATIONAL HATTERS If It's For Sale Give Mo a CaU Itay Rags, Scrap Iron, Metals, 825 WEST JEFFERSON STRUCT FINE VABBLE Robber and Paper Stock GENERAL BLACKSMITH WORK FALSE ALARSI. I DYERS AND CLEANERS REALTOR AND AUCTIONEER LOUISVILLE WASTE Qalck Service and Quality The Church Progrcas, of St. Louifl, CALL FOR AND DELIVER TRUST BLDG. 214 LOUISVILLE Guaranteed declares ithat It has received informaMATERIAL CO. tion from Chicago that a manifesto Both Phones Home Phone, City 1931 KENTUCKY 8 WEST JEFFERSON ST. was. Issued in that city declaring ST. MATTHEWS amone other things that "nono of Home Phone, City 1109 X, O AX S -LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY the existing American political par ties is willing to. oppose Home, anu Ob Pnrnltnre, Diuseads ana other Per no candidate will displease the osal Property at lowwt States la City TI1E SISTERS OF CHARITY OF that priestB." The Implied charge of InXSO?S'S VXOVXDBSrT NAZARETH termeddling In American politico by AS800ZATZ0K the Fopo and the priests is Announce the Opening of Incorporated 801-90--- I I J. W. HESKAMP BUILDER OF HEAVY TRUCK BODIES, CLOSED CAB AND FORD BODIES A SPECIALTY Years Ought To Bo Suf ficient Gjjarantee For My Knowledge and Integrity Kinds of Footwear For the Wholo Family Two HAMBLyS Stores Shaw. 171 Utb and Portland. City 7164 18tk and Magazine i i i lBllJ0g!sf eesfjsjexeM) GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. NAZARETH COLLEGE 851 SOUTH FOURTH STREET LOUISVILLE, KY. ' -- For Further Information Presentation Academy Call at HOifJtIIIONB8S CUMBERLAND) MAIN 3971-- y iiJ. I J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNElRAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. DR. A. H. EDWARDS EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT GLASSES ADJUSTED 891 U. Ent JS&edbn. mmtL lirreet. Hate SUITE 218 FRANCIS BUILDING FOURTH AND CHB8TNUT STS. Phone City 4720 Hours to 6, 7 to 8 p. m. Camo., Main 490 Home, OHy 4990 ail PALACE 0L1AXERS ft DTSRS laeoryorated gratuitous. It Is on attempt .to drag 203 BUILDING bleotrv do the polls. There as no S, E, COR.COLEMAN AND JEFFERSON THIRD special reason Why Catholics should hoMima ctrll oA nver evldeece tt euch animus. Like the poor, we have it JOHN ASSENT always with. us. Those who traffic on it are capable of mothod too PIANO TUNER small to be followed out and too to be treated with anycontemptible thing higher than scorn. Rome has 1090 EAST BURNETT AVENUE ita own work to do. Whea It hae Home Phone, City 8398 time to devote to American politics, excuse its existIt has nothing to ence. The priests have likewise Mve year keys aa sAaeattea tiat win prepare tfeem for life work of their own. ,to accomplish. It is interesting work and thoe who are benefited by it are usually more CoIItgc grateful than the recipSenU of polHi-efavors. Tlie priest who quite lis W. Braaaway, SeatavUle, 3Cy. the sanctuary for politics deserves ay the Coasuci4 SkileaUfleXaveriaa Brothers. whatever of suspicion the narrow-minde-d Cl&srieal, aad Bueineae and the bigoted caa turn, Cearsee, Pnkparatory BeMrtroeBt. Large .upon hinu The Chkasjo report need iwlBBUar Tool, Vftn Bqalpped Ova cause no special alarm. Hartford aaaluBt. Term Merate. Bre. Beajamln. Dlr. Transcript. . I I Funeral I Director and Embalmer BOTH PHONES 810. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS, 5 al St. Xavicr's sjjessatcli ,,rf . ; . s)fjsj$ DOUGHERTY & McELLIDn 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, L. D. BiLX Fameral Director yiy-rii'' Elalmr MmMnmUM SAX BANANA BAKING. FOUND NSW RBMBDY. Select underripe bananas,'' put BXPBRT 0OUNBR8 OF IADEM them without remeviB'r the sklas I was' tired to llve had vertigo AND GBNCLaHOT WKARDfG into a very boL oven lb bake until and raaamatlem.. Naturopath. Dr. AFFAXMi the skins burst. SmA.Ui th UbVe A'. Lee, SI4 Ikwt Market, street, a ioWd .aapkla. and do net re? Main; 24S1. kefiped ae woadarfal. II. XOBMAXH, Mmhw ARTHUR fwrtaeehiiafrTBS m$ 3ifatMr I kw 'lwOsri JLhHMI MMi JWMfMS Vis attag; Jterrt .vfJrtStr of bnttr. 1 Funeral Directors and Ernbalmers! .. BOTH PHONED, , I ?:'- - einiminHii 1 Cub. Malm Je-- 11111 1 M 1 1111 HH 11111 II 1 1 1 iMOk : nimnt . V, v aaegiaonsssjis.i tttt""tAl SONS i SWIS5 CLEANING UJBEBfiS!! 1 MEN'S SUITS IW BOYS' SUITS mwtMitntf ttt HERMAN STRAUS f xc&wvTJc&rsr iTtxmjJi ajmo&j&jlcajsp. n Xt OF We Qiva and Redeem QId Trading Stamps. W Give nd Redeem Surety Coupon. DO KNOW ABOUT OUR ' WITH MINOR REPAIRS FREE SAVES BUYING. HOUSEHOLD CLUB Household Requirements on PLAN? Carpets and i Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed SWI5S DYEING LEADS AND PLEASES. A Convenient and Dignified Methoa of Purchasing ucjcttcu Payments, The oatstaadiag features e( tbJto method mo Ka comTealence ta mafctag Bttrchases withoat aay considerable outlay of cash. The advaatage baying ob the Clab Flaa daring ear Tartan Bales AT SAIiB PRICES. Whatever Is the prloe of the goods to a cash or a charge easterner, that Is also the price to a Hoaseheld Clab Pla easterner. There la essitivelj so advance. SWISS CLEANERS INCORPORJLTD AND DYERS i $10 We are offering you these Suits at a very special price, just to adver tise our Boys' Department. These Suits are made of good woolen mate-- ! terials, splendidly tailored and fin- ' ished. THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOWii i j j i OFFICE 617 SOUTH FOURTH. PLANT 909 SOUTH SIXTH ST. CHURCHILL DOWNS FALL RACING j are bo "eeafideatlal arrangement." It la coBdacted apoa am opea basis with a toed sehedale of rates. The tlrst pajmeBta and the There UBUU am. I. Mg4'Mt X pgJM ..M-.- va e eiie lie IIB9A lA All. - Eleven Days; Commencing Tuesday, Nov. 2 SEVEN RACES EACH DAY. 2-yearold ataooo4 PERSONALITY . SURETY COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS FIRST RACE 1:30 O'CLOCK. f a part of your It is the surplus of your activities that .you have stored up. It is as much a part of you as your eye or your hand. Begin saving money and increase your Personality. Open an account with this Company, where you may Save Safely. Stake; $10,000 added: Kentucky Tockev Club, Saturday, November 6. Goldenrod Handicap, $5,000 added; Saturday, JNovem i; ber 13. Personality. Your greatest asset is your The Louisville Cup, two miles; $5,000 added; Saturday, the bank becomes The money that you have saved in November 13 Personality , ; ... in XHCOXFOKATXD $10 sjio)geoeejafsjets We offer our excellent How ft f fi)K Blond Coffee, 2 2 lbs. forVUU 1-- i! Coffee Prices Lower Htti'Eftf"1FvaP'1V This means only another decrease over the old price for this Coffee. This is the best Coffee for the price on the market. Give us a trial. NO PURSE LESS THAN $1,200. JOHN M. MULLOY 212 WEST MARKET STREET. Established 1888 Both Phones 1S23 ; ; ; J ; KENTUCKY J Sherman Goodpaster, Sec'y and Treas. PERFECT FITTING SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES JOCKEY INCORPORATED CLUB NEED N. Camden, President. M. J. Winn, Vice Pre, and Gen. Mgr. Charles F Grainger, Resident Man'gr. LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK Por Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a total deposit of more than 13,000,000, is the monument of confidence bnilt by the people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. Fidelity and Columbia Trust Go. Columbia Building Fourth and Main. Wi9fWtiWM9 DON'T FORGET THAT The Oldest Trust Company in the South. o OD OPTICAL XVOOXPORATZO YOUR GETTING OLD Has this been remarked to you on account of premature graj hair, or do you keep yourself looking1 young? You can easily do so with WHEN UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND OF ANYTHING IN GUNN'S BAKERY AND ' CONFECTIONERY Church Goods Line Or a Religious Book, See the 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET. VAN'S MEXICAN R HAIR COLOR RESTORO This meritori6u3 preparation restores the gray hairs to their original color.. You will be highly pleased with the results, if not your money returned. At all Try Our Home Made Fresh Bread, Rolls and Pastry Phono Your Order Best of Confections. GRAYV0N ALLMEN Sanitary Milk Co. TNCORPOXATB). Oculists' Prescriptions. . SOUTHERN COMPANY Rogers Church Goods Co. 120 S. Fourth, Ioaisville, Ky. Phono City C574 Fourth and Chestnut. SMOKERS CIGARS ATTENTION i TOBACCO dealers $1.00 per bottle. The Kells Company r CIGARETTES IS j.. r urnuui e I mgil liass i 1 . 44wtt "ASK YOUR GROCERS." T? AT LOWES 1 ritH-K.- 3. THE HOME OF PURE MILK NEWDUnGH. N. Y. DISTRIBUTORS "THEFmESTiN 1 mtVORLti' i tP"fi rrjlf CAME LS CHESTERFIED PIEDMONT Eighteen Cents, Two for Thlrty-fiv- o LUCKY STRIKES SWEET CAPORAL. $1.70 Por Carton. worse than any other contemporary and I IpM AMERICAN CUT-RAT- E TOBACCO STORES 213 "West Jefferson I tM scandal of mlsgovernment." I '' o VKXr VVASftiftPlj kA j Preston and Jefferson INCORPORATED TI?Ft: '"-- -' I IRELAND. Carpets, Stoves and Ranges, I,ace Curtains and Lmolenms. 415, 417 and 419 East Market St. -- JAMES GREENE FRED G. They talk of forolgn countries So well, perhaps, they may; I have been far from Ireland And this Is what I spy The hardy sons of Erin, Despite of every foe, Will rise to fame and .glory Wherever they may go. Dut, oh! for love and kindness, for pleasures great and email, You'll find no land like Ireland Anywhero at all! LOUISVILLE. KY. "THE No-w- - BLUE GRASS GARAGE OLD ARMORY" 535-37-39-- 41 Open. Por DBu.lxxea WMl" Charles 1 gggfiX nine-year-old ABSOLUTELY F1REVRO0T (Incorporated) SOUTH SEVENTH STREET STORAGE 25 CTS. ALL MEN IX CHARGE AUTOMOBILES STORED AND WASHED SPEUAL ATTENTIGN AUTO BREAKS NECK. son of Charles H. Therslng, G18 Campbell street, suffered fatal Injuries when struck by a truck belonging to Che Stewart Dry Goods Company at Campbell and Jotferson T8 THEATER EXPERIENCES. JONES & CO. INCORPORATED 1 SASH DOORS, BJiINDS AND MILLWORK. Breoka nd A Sts. LATHES LUMBER vcoAon4reo BcMilMrUtftj SHINGLES rLOOEIKa 3f&0ij'L WU4NE Srutk T4 as T EMtttlCittttttttttttfIT WORTH WHILB" "TOU'LL FIHD TO KA.T IN A V Standard Dairy Lunch House Iseorperated TH1 H0USI OF QUALirr AMD QT7AMTirr Cakes, Vmm Variety of Hot Dtohea, Ptry. HHe Hde w y n W T. T K V m nntrVKH ttiti Ii, t or Skirt IwHit, IiOgMt iH. QWu know where sound forevor The roar and rush of trade; I know where splendid fortunes Are quickly 3ost and made; There Is no ruth or mercy For human weakness there The hearts are cold and selfish, The minds are black with care. NOJIINATE OFPIOERS. But, oh! for fond affection, moet-lu- g Howe'er your fate befall', Tho regular There is no land like Ireland of Louisville Circle, Daughters Anywhere at all! of Isabella, wiM take place tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock 4n Knights of Columbus Hall. All members are God bless the men of Ireland, God bless tho women, too; urged to be present, as candidates will be nominated at this meeting God keep them as they have been, brave and true; for the election of officers that will May trouble, ipaln and sorrow take place next month. No more to them be known. And may His right hand help them EVERYONE WELCOME. To win and hold their own! of Next Tuesday evening the ladies , God Bend the light and freedom hall; On mansion, hut of the Sowing Circles of St. Charles For there's no land like Ireland church will entertain ibhelr friends Anywhere at all! in tho school hall, Twenty-sevent-h T. D. Sullivan. and Chestnut, the start to be at 8 o'clock. No invitatioBs hare been FAILURES INCREASE. Issued, but all who attend will re ceive a cordial welcome. Dun's Commercial Agency reported Wednesday that 923 firms had WITH TIIE NAVY. gone into bankruptcy in October, O'Connell. who the largest number since March, Miss Katherine E. 1918. Total liabilities were placed has beck stationed at Camp 'Knox at $38,914,000, against year, has accepted an among bankrkptcles in $29,554,000 tor the past September appointment with the Nary Depart- and only $6,871,000 in October a ment and will report for duty an year before. Washington, today. seml-mon'tlh- Jy Therslng, Oity 8400-IHO- I$ JVTclx 1040 streets neck Warm-hearte- d, Saturday afternoon. His wafc broken, and he died while being taken to bis home in an ambulance Young Therslng Is survived by his mother and father, two sisters, Misa Sadie Therslng and Mrs. Joetta Fuchs, and three brothers, Chester, WJllard and George Therslng. His funeral was hold Monday irom St. Martin's church. IiPUISE IMOGEN GUINEY. From London the Associated. Press cables that Louise Imogen Gulney, well known as a poet and essayist, died Monday at Chtpplng-CampdeLouise Imogen Gulney was born In of Boston. She was a daughter Gen. P. R. Gulney. She published n. several volumes of poems and other works including "Goose Quill Papers," "Robert Emmot, His Rebellion and His Romance,'' and ,lA Miss Gallery." English Little Guiney edited various publications magaand hid contributed to many zines since 1885. ItOIiTi CALL. Main 1813 ANDERSON, LUMBER Broadway an4i2Uk UNDER ROW Doors Sash WINS FROM ARMY. The Army footbail team weol down to defeat tor' the ttnat Vm thte year when the,feut aad powerful Notre Dam won Saturday. 27 to 17, In an exettJtvs and hard-- ottght battle t "Vet Point. STINKS. XONG AND SnORT DAYS. ' 3M pOUTH FIFTH STREET 1 SOUTH FOURTH I . r-- v. uLdi Af Boium MMm"'MW111! , FX1CBS REASONABLE Nr BrelwT PROMPT SERVICE STREW MUTttttt. Wt TI!or Your Coat, Or LlADCa INDIVIDUALITY H. E. WARD COMPANY WOORTORATED J AfWKVM - LADIES' TAILORS mU' M BOOH VODIH In aw article on the Irish. Lou-rathe Manchester Guardian makes thte admteofera: "While we hav all leadisc lb world in talk about wemrfty for AreMOtaM and feMdom tor little Belgium, we bar oittwhM flriftad Into a poi-UwImt our crtmtaai tatfot to wtatt pofi govern a pomiiwred ttaks in lb ncafcrik of tho wortd la ba m At Berlin aad London, the longest day has Bixteea hours aad a half; at Stockholm, the longest day has eighteen bouri and a half; at Hamburg, the longest day has seventeen hours and the shortest seven; at St. Petersburg, the longest day baa nineteen and the shortest five hours; at Tornea, Finland, the longest day has twaty-0hours and a halt and the' shortest tw hours and a "half ; NKWHAVBN. . Norway, the day lasts at WandM-husfrom the 21st of May to the 23d of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 1L ttotblner, July, without laterruptlon; and at Spitsbergen, tba lonsjust day has a New, Bavee, aeoeunee the ena-msoC dauchtter. Juuom, Ruth, tarse months and a half. ssid. The ivwddtos; to Ow MMtsr Net platttssi trbn a daiaty froek wUt tah place Wdaedy, forni-- , bar 10, at Metr Barsu. of ptnk &OTVM mm. M Loulsvlllo's Rod Crotes Chapter will seek a membership at 50,000 In tho fourth call, November 11 to 25. This quota has been fixed by H. B. Dickson, roll call manager for Lake division. Churehes throughout the Lake division, Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky, ihave begun ip&ans for the observance of Ited Cross Sunday, November 14. From the pulpits of the three States the eauee of tho Hed Cross wiW be Impressed upon many audleneee and its vast peace programme explained. ALL LUMBER Where the QuicK Meal Comes In Where brighter ; the besae Is , Where the work is lightest; m Where the ssesJ eeeked best; Where the raxge stssds the test the where JTkmt'a "QaMC Meal" oomss 1 I t WK Where work Is doa 'Where eooklasj real faaj ' Where baktefj fires f light; dradsje Is sstt a Where ' sight -- That's Mm where "Qatek Meal" sewa &. nt thr Qtilak Meal Oas8anies SelJ, Tjistalled aad Highly ReeemneWdse v GEHER & SON, w.hmarket si.