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Kentucky Irish American: November 13, 1920 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1920 kec1920111301_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: November 13, 1920 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. HIKK TO II KICKS THC F ) ( m. ' ' ' v MHMOVATieN STME 'AtrW Th Ml H4 k 61. Ky. HARDVVAM1S KKRY KICK HARDWARE W. Market St. 3 rtMH 432 LMtott. VOLUME XLV. Kentucky Irish American NO. 20. spector does not deal with, and tlio Inspector lint! no criticism to make. But the sad, sad, .part of Inspector James roport; and which one must weep over is the pathetic etory of Ches Eearcv's twernrnrv. f HUno fill. " ' ' V.. Ham, and his brother, Stanley Searcy. Both wore away from the office for several months, yet their salaries went on Just tho same, tho taxpayers paying tho freight. Inspector James says it was an un fortunate case it was, for the taxpayers. Another little sob story Is tho pathetic caso of Deputy Assessors Sam English and H. D. Steiden. who wpre accused of having other employment. Inspocfor James says that these two industrious gentlemen used thoir two weeks' vacation ' time to .peddlo vauay ior moir dobs, Mr. King. Messrs. English and Steiden ought to. be praised for their Industry and it is now up to the other doputies to ShOW merit by SOllinir nnnnrn nr fining shoes while on their vacation. Virtuo has its own reward, and no doubt Inspector James will specially comment on the candy Tuesday nlirhr L the Gypsy Smith TaWnn5 uidiwiftrrti PHUNt: ttOMi Ok MAHI Hvery Driver an Bwort UtisTWtTukritTrHtbrto ncorporkU LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1920 PRIC P1VE CENTS. REPUBLICANS Discuss Distribution of PIo and Will Give Poetmaetcrship to X Ross. I . . . ' ' THE END OFJA PERFECT DAY. .1 i I" lit Bingham Prcee Still Trying to plain Why Beckham Did Not Wh. ( R.v- - did not know, but ono thing I did know Our Blessed Lord and SU Joseph would certainly not fail tho poor. They laughed. But they laugh no more, for tho hospital and orphanage aVo standing proofs of the mercy I spoko or. Tho pagans came to soo it, and Even gave me thousands of dollars. Most Reign of Terror Sickens ui i no money came irom pagans. Press and Government Ono Of them, a rich mnn rnmn 4n the Isolation Hospital and was Officials. cured. Ho was told thero was no bill. Tho next day a check came from him for several thousand dol- IRELAND Inspector James Shows Only Loser in ICIng Cas Wcro tho Taxpayers. TIIB KEYSTONERS HIT TRAIL. ' With tho echoes of victory Just dying away tho Republicans in I with nothing: and continue with nothing. Money brings a" blight on everything, and tho richer you got tho slower you will do his work." Deanitn nil the efforts mado in uiuftwutii over, ne stiowea us round tho institutions built and nnd ,, nf , llcau boss of the State, will not have oils us that tho arch me lu supported, I may say, by tho won- - 7 tho call as some seem disposed to "Where Is derful faith of this man. They lmPress!on that thero has boon a think, first because he was not a nlghr and Love Lifted m t7 cover several acres or ground. Tho marked Improvement in conditions Harding man originally and secondly aoem to m oi Sder buildings aro l( the .plain ,n Ireland under Sir Hamar Groen-an- d because Kentucky was carried by orchestra leader hV substantial. No particular plan wd, tho Chler Secretary, most or Cox when the Republicans carried Keuto seems to havo been rbllowed. Ono tne newspapers lns'st that tho Tennessee and overy other question- - would linve been rnr,.W. atter another was erected ap- - tIon there never was worse. able or doubtful State in this sec- - for tho Keystoners whilrfPAP wi? T,1 ,ast session or tho House or parently as the need called ror it. tlon. Tobo may got some minor Time Tin th Old Town Tonlaht" In all it takes care or about eight Commons showed ror tho tirst time position if ho wants it, but will not would have fitted the Hremen hundred people. The Sisters or some signs or dissatisfaction among bo strong enough to land a position lattor having Charity aro in charge, and tho tho Government's suprorters, but to in tho cabinet, which ho would most with aJnst thcTr Chineso doctor who attends gives h's dato tne desertions to tho Opposition Senator-elec- t desire. Richard P. Louisville RenTerinComnv' services free. Mr. Loh visits every navo oei too few to affect Premier .. jiirnAL. nfciiian or ma tmnt . in vuu !. Tr.ry tn u tm jiiK ini.uuu wmifi mtT "lfflMnn w Wednesday and remains thero all Lloyd George politically, ... Senate for six years to come will bo fire department was playing l tho forenoon. Ho looks thromrh The threat atralnst thn Hfn nf "I mo ioromost tower of strength in looking for the wWr 1,i,, Spy" Friends of Irish Freedom Say Goodbye Oladly to Senator overy ward, bocomes acquainted with Hugh Martin, English newspaper as ., .v, .tuuui.i.u uuiiiu, vl usual. .j.w God all tho now patients, and spends an correspondent, who has been writing Who Voted Against a Resolution of Irish Sympathy. Newport, his closest friend to adviso evangelist Tnank all " snfrl Ch$-hito see of these hour or two instructing those who highly crtlcal articles regarding tho III and help distribute tho pie. tlan men in are preparing for baptism. Even tho actions ot the Black and Tans, has Ernst and Calvin will furnish the clean city. On th stale itwereTea? morning wo visited St. Joseph's ho kPt focused on Ireland attention strong combination while Tobo Hert Mayor Smith, did not omit th's; If was a .rleasuro that might otherwise have dwindled and Chmf and his aide Ches. Searcy will get Neunschwnnder Chief Lud the How to sit In the church and listen to after MacSwiney's death. Now comes the next eaCI. Gov Morrow, the In the back row must have chuckle" th's successful business man explain a striking editorial articlo in the ballyhooing orator, will not receive when the reverend man spoke tho catechism to his converts. Now Statesman, appealing to much consideration as even the Re- - a clean city, when even the about year ho had 1,700 baptisms in Last American pres3 to send over the bds this an publicans seom to realize that know that Lou'svillo today furntahM hospital ai"ono, and 1,500 in other army of its most trusted correopon- Howdy Ed" is in tho featherweight more Joints and more smaller Institutions In Shanghai. dints largo enough to cover every t division as a statesman. gambling In soft (? struction palms, tho men named and It would bo Impossible for mo hero county In Ireland, Congressman Ogden from this dis- -' than at any time since their colleagues on tho K. of C. to describo St. Joseph's. In detail. the war. Tho "The British Government will trict, who Is a pretty wise politician Republican machine and the few board have all "been invested with The wards, both for men and wo- - then be faced with th's a'tornatlvo." and a likeable fellow personally will, wise police are protecting more tho order ofjtha Star or Morocco. men, are beautifully clean, largo and says tho New Statesman: "It will by tho virtue of his second term, gambling games than Dr. Knechtiwill act ror President airy. A portion of tho hospital Is oither havo to exclude these Jour-sboasted have some weight with tho Incoming Monto Carlo. Someone the Brother Millerand, wfajp personally awarded apart for convalescents and pro- - nallsts from Irelnnd and thus like administration. First and foremost, M. P .Hunt ought to take Gvnsv the decorations, when ho bestows made for reading, sowing nilt all or elso Chief of Police Ludlow Petty, who Smith on a slumming tour them oh tho Knights, who havo re- Missions Prove Fruitful Field For other light occupations. At tho and orroctivo means It will havo to take to make sure that end has suffered and worked for threo Do you notice how Quickly tho Employment Bureau Is Doing Won- - ceived them .Tin recognition ot tho ot each ward there is a small room they are not touched or threatened, years In trying to "bulC tho public Keystone police department tlio Irish Missionary organization's, welfare work for dcrful Work For Former or alcove, and hero an altar Is fitted for, insane as it is, the Government into believing that the "yap" motor- - all mention of a murder ase. drora American service' men. up. A patient In danger of death w'H recognize the impossibility of Society. Servioo Men. men and conductors wore real cop- - oven securing a clue. The Strnley Tho war declared on Bolshevism Is taken to thle room, and thero con- - allowing any American subject to be pers, has an eye on tho Collector- - case was tho latest to follow by tho Knights.' ot Columbus on Cofesslon may be heard with absolute handlod by tho Black and Tans, ship, Next comes Sheriff Ross,, tho other 'murder mysteries all of lumbus day this year., a renewal of privacy. tinder Tho .rxiest mav sav mass "We are verv cnndfl'nua nf , h... whom the ,tho 7;iii.;i' itfii.iiiiw hereradminister tho CasjL&acrar initiation involved. In this ajpoaU We chine wantB to pacify and got out of the Griffith murder, the Loveall xii'jrtMu jlo junpioycrs 'j.o uivo w... i, rndt'nltiiTTt nH.h'li.i l,Mn".v.j j.,7 ?&!!-&- & con uunan J.TGalvln'TellsofAln: imentS; tho mayoralty race. Ross Is slated murder, tho Younuer munkr' thn " v the Knights for the .past twelve o u iniesi wno nas any export- - Amonca or any otnor country to sideration To Men's Unsettled ror Postmaster and it is related that army lieutenant murder, the five tcrcsting Exepcrlcnces in years, is meeting with conspicuous in hearing confessions In a hos- - terrere In the Irish question. It is ho Preferred th0 aPtointment of negro murdors, tho murderers are Nature. pital will seo at a glance, and I a British nnd not an Internat'onal Buccess an tne Middle West and China. United States Marshal, but to this still at large. And to add insult o South. Peter W. Collins and David would recommend it to soma of our nuostlon. nm Mm uitimn hi,miito tho O. O. P. bosses objected. As Injury Straley's S600 W. Goldstein are the principal K. of Catholic hospitals in the United tion for Great Hrlfnln invnirw? in Sheriff Ross was too fond of raiding was stolon after the police aVrived C. protagonists. sta,te9- continuance of the present stago of handbooks and gambling games on the scene and never recovered Reports from Knights , ColumIn one of tho buildings thero am affairs in Irnlnmi matna n k where, tho proprietors wore working Some police ability, eh? One of French Government Decorates Ten bus councils under whosoof ausnices wards for sick prisoners whom Mr. great and so unbearable as to the Catholic Hospital Founded in Sluing. h politicians In tho Republican organ!- - mounted Keystoners came near gathers hero from tho Chineso weigh every other consideration." meetings nave been held Directors of tho Knights of nation. Nay, nay, the machine will making an important capture the liai By Wealthy Chhiono indlcato that thousands of oxtrom'sts prisons of tho city. It is pitiable to Many other dally and weekly never stand for Sheriff Ross In a other night on Spring street Columbus. havo attended the K. or C. meetings see these outcasts or humanity; un- - Journals support tho Now Statesman' Resident. position with police or arresting halted a messenger boy anil He and received corrective views rrom rortunates with whom life has dealt In Its attack on the Government's again. Then again Sheriff manded where ho was golnjr" tho K. or O. lecturers, who enter harshly. Many of those I saw will policy. Tho Ross Is in bad with the 30,000 col- - boy said ho was going with a Thnd Into debate with any radical bold never riso rrom thoir beds, and it is says tho wave Westminsteris Gazetto or crimes Republ'cans In this d'strict and sage. The Keystoner said "Gol-th- K. OF C. SCHOOLS ARE BUSY. enough to take the rioor against theso Mr. Loh loves to ing daily, and adds: "ir they go on big power In tho RopuMican dern you, don't get gay with mo them. IT 18 A MODEL INSTITUTION. work; to teach thorn their first no- - Ireland wl bo wrecked nnd wo shall ranks has servod notlco that Ross what is tho message?" The wise Goldstein, who Is making a swing t'ons of God and mercy. Some I be Involved ror generations In a must not be on the city or county, kid laughed in the comedy con's through tho Southern tier or States, with crime stamped on thoir perato blood roud with the Ir'eh " ticket ntxt year. face and said: "Come and nv reports to Supremo Secretary WillVery faces, evil Hooking men, crlml- Tho Nntio'n has nu editorial ls It Is downright amusing to read'pooplo who aro going to get tho A now low record was iam J. McGlnloy, directing the through and through. Often tide headed "A Call for Public Many Louisville Catholics will re-in tho Bingham press Just why Son-- 1 message, maybe they will tell you " in tho employment work established campaign, that whilo radical K, c. for formor insult Mr. Loh. but ho novor tion." In whirh tt i.nn.. , ideas memDor tne littlo band ot Irish ator Beckham was defeated In the Another of the mounted Keystoners sorvico men during tho .fast weok, ao not nourish In tho South, there onco wearies; ho always returns, Ing of meetings all over priests that xecont eloction and wo are told that lost his horse last week and tho twenty-tw- o i Knights or Columbus is a or economic and re last summer camo through i.ouisvine and Is frequently rewarded by con- - and "tho Immediate d'snatch England to soliciting aid ror tho tho mounta'n district was sololy re- - animal was recovered by tho free employment bureaus, in tho liglous misconception. Coiling do Chinese missions and baptism. land of men who can tako ovidence, for that defeat. But fersonvllle real police. Somo seom States report- nana mat mo west is Dy no means interesting articlo and tho following Another section has its wards ror examine facts and roport to tho by Rev. Father uuimui mo uiui penormera in iu whiik mat um nrmv nt mini.t ing that but 1,849 men had been mo urecaing ground ror radicalism uaivin, ono or tho Courier-Journthat number will bo lunatics. Somo of them aro qulto British people." and Times havo crooks in our midst stolo tho horse placed. Supremo Secretary William that many think it is thromrh thn t0 be kopt Th0 Manchester Guardian ompha-l- n Interesting. attempted to explain why Gov. Cox from right under tho visit to J. McGlnloy, who made the report, published activities of, radical organ- - tho Catholic Ho tells orinhisShanghai close confinement. One man had was not beaten tlio snmo way. Tho wail, woumni do surprising. car states that the figures bear out his hospital a mania for English, and gavo us sizes tho fact that in a recent BlinouRn uundrnda nf ih as follows: lzauons. vision in Parliament returns show that Beckham was recent prophecy of a trend towards rising genoratlon need information exceptions, at '""Buago. with scratched in overy district by indigYOUNG LADIES' PARTY. to correct tendencies toward Social PaAt 7:30 in tho morning Mr. Loh Mr. Loh, iT"on '? French fluent- - Liberals,from a' few a" wide unemployment. Hong's car was nt tho door to ly, voting. nant Democrats, but on the face of "Our bureaus Tonort 3.383 oppor ism. laughingly remarked that tho stained Nearly overy day tho Times take us to St. Joseph's Hospital, the returns it can not show that Miss Elizabeth Doherty, sister of tunities having been "Tho Knights of to of English thousands of Democrats voted tho Rev. Bernard I. Doherty, newly ap- 3,773 former sorvico afforded only palgn Is not intended Columbus cnm. where ho had arranged wo should drive anyone crazy. was enough to rles an editorial articlo men, combat radattacking somo .phase o? tho straight Republican ticket, not risk- pointed pastor of St. Ann's church, 1,843 or wnom could qualiry for tho ical opinion so much toas to .preach say mass. Father MdPolm nnd I said private masses, each or us urnmems poncy, wnuo its nows coling tlio chanco of losing their vote, was entertained with a banquet Fri- Jobs. And It must bo reinomberod tho principle or tho happy g FATHER HIGGINS DEAD. medium," umns conta'n articlo aftor articlo served by two littlo Chineso boys and to insure that it would bo day ovening by tho young ladles of that we will not solicit a Job Dayinir Secretary McGJnley announces. "Our describing alleged deeds of violence counted against Beckham. Gov. Cox tho iparish. The folio wine wnr lose than S20 .ner week for a sinslo 100 K. C. rroo night schools and whoso pronunciation of the Latin Rev. J. J. Higgle, pastor of St. tho should have carried Kentucky by presont: forces. Rev. Father Doherty, tman witnout dependents. One of the our genoral oducatlonali work all nt and serving wore remarkably good. Mary's church, Taborg, N. Y.. and committed by Rule crownwill xne Homo Fathor Blowick, at Mr. lrf)h Pa bill sd.uuu at least as an good political Misses Elizabeth Dnhnriv. Hakhk great difficulties encountered Is 'the into tho plan to disseminate knowlreach tho stages of nassato In th linn critics say, and was only hold to a Kordee, Delia Murphy, Ida Schone- - war la over' attitude Tho war ia edge or broad Americanism. Wo Hong's request, celebrated a Missa known to qulto a number of LouIb. final narrow margin of victory by tho man, .oretta Guolda, Lena Zar, not ovor by any meano for thousands reach 100,000 persons wnicn was served by Mr. vlllo people, died Saturday evening ot Commons a week with cantata Hong hlmseir. Mr. Nicholas m mo uospjtai thero after a short ornment win next weok. The Gov- Loh P carry tho measure heavy handicap of Beckham. As Rosotta Brodrohror, Mario Horellch, ot young men who havo boon unable this work." oaally, but its orroct on Ireland wljl Teu, end four boys. Tho men wore illness. Deceasod was o stated before voters can not bo Katharine Norton, Mary Murphy. to settle themselves in business or surplices over thoir graceful Chinese years or ago and wae ordained to ' ho nil, in tho opinion or thosa who easily persuaded to scratch a ballot Mary Kaufling, Pearl Do Witt. Alma Industry. W aro training PUTTING THINGS OFF. costumes, while tho altar bov wnr tho priesthood at St. Joseph's Col-- 1 Proress to understand tho tompor of and the history of Lou'svlllo and Schoneman, Genoroso Brodrohror, sands in our free night schools,thouand lge, Troy, Kentucky blue elections show that gfnche Guthrie, Teresa Kaurilng, it would holp greatly If employers Thero aro so many glad things dressed In Tho cassocks and lace nigglns was-N.a Y., In 1894. Father tho Irish peoplo. tho Sinn Folnera,' visitor to Loulsvlllo Nationalists and Unionists today, scratched ballots in a State or city miuum vuruuiaouK, ujaneno O'Brien, requiring specially trained men you aro going to do when you got surplices. choir was composed Of forty Chineso children more-sta- y all nr. soveral years ago. and during his Nt oven tho election are tow .. ana far between nuuo. u, J.cioanor Morton Otm could givo men temporary time. A prominent Jawyer once phans. . -i l. won many friends by his Jolly mont In India or Gen. Hertsog's It was delightful to ji'i mo irrrac eiixuoD reraras giiov.iioflrasQ, Pakmoh T Brown. Ul.l. employment in minor capacities told us of his little boy of eix. Ho to tho flittlo follows slnelnrrHuron Jomima whole souled manner. He was tortB to establish a republic in South i that scratched ballots against Beck Tf Alf9 AS jwvao. jvoarraan, jjoretta whllo tho K. of C. freo night ..' was very proud v.Uct, his papa, and ham ran Into the thousands and Murphy, Catherine Vordeldonk. Anna instructed them tor tho jobs schools never got chancoof enough to play Gregorian music! About fnnr him. a native of Syracuse, N. Y., tho fu- - Africa, or tho coetly military calling taking nlaco in that cltv frnm palgn in MesoDotomla or h mmtn. broke all records. Harlan, May Horellch, DIele Norton. for training. with him. This little boy wanted drod people attendod mass, and at It proved conclusively that the "Somo employers complain of the very much to go out to the Zoo and Intervals chanted thoir prayers with the Church of the Immaculate Con- - tfonary rumbles in Egypt fc caoeing mo uovornment nair as much, worry Democratic voters, Friends of Irish FORTY HOURS' DEVOTION. see the animals, and his. nana iM that peculiar rising a ndfalling Innnsottiea nature of many oa Ireland Is. Unfortunately, there Freedom and others were tired of men; but we b'ollero their sacrifices that he would take him somn dv. flection which ono hears In all tho ia nothing to indicate that tho GovCatholic churches In China. Beckham and the Forty Hours' devotion will open But the lawyer them to the He ernment intends to try a new xollcy regime. That the Irteh voters did at the Church of Our Lady wHh entitle and we urgo benefit of every could spare the was busy. was novor After mass wo had breakfast with doubt, employers to time. He or that tho present ono will oolve Mr. Loh, Mr. Tsu, togother with Mr. not forget Beckham's course ie at- high mass at 9:30 Sffnday, Novemany temporary open-- ! lug, working, hie tho problem. ' tested to by the roturna from Irteh ber 14. The usual and impressive inga to ue ana we will train, tho mea money so thatatsomo office, to make ung ana, uis son. During our con day the little Numerous raido were carried, eat districts, Portland and Llmorick pre- procession of the Blessed Sacrament ior smuea joss." W la Dublin this mornlnt Thn nrint. cincts in this city turning In record will ba on Sunday and Toeeday the Tea members ot the Board of Dl I havo all manner of advantairi. Tr TOVf.?i'?e "P8P,taI' ing establishment of Patrick Mahon, number of Democratic closing t the devotion. The solemn rectors ot tho Knights of Columbus sever Beemedfto find time for that whero tho Sinn. Foin organ. Young ballots. Tho Bingham papers mado vespers will be at 7:30 p. m. SunfeVttdVdh0dohritaITWAnnnf,a. iHth Willy to tlio Ireland, Is published, was searched1 a fight dally for Beckham's election day. Tho sermon will bo delivered Jff" W uuoiaimiui 01 rraaco at a meeuasi iuoi one aay wiuy was sick. He iinnt f,n and documents romoved. Mahon wae and tho Kentucky Irish American by the Rev. Father Martin, at, St. re- held irf Toward thVlaat ie??iSBUwuW.Se arrested. H's associates, dismantled exposed him weekly, and for that Patrick's. For tho occasion . the to be ot Dr. New York on the this did not get better. his turn the lawyer sat at Marcel Knecht LP Wnlf U2er eon's bedside 5.?mmS tho machinery and ordorod tho plant victory we have received many bou- pastor will bo assisted by Fathers month. Dlrec- - holding his hand. ."And." he told 2 a! Twoorthe.K.or quets. As 'a Democratic paper' that Walsh, of tho Sacred Heart, and tore, Supremo Secretary clood. William J, The district hall at Gorvah, Counfought for the party year In and Smith, of the Cathedral. Each Mcuinioy. or weflf York, v"d w and su- .. . : ty Lettrlm, was burned at dawn toyear out'Ve opposed his nomination morning communion will be admin preme Advocate Joseph ix mm imr invino i.nmi t C. Pelletler. mo7V inm 8aW toi?Flng the hoipTtaland 'oTphanago day by a band ot unirormed men. and the statement in these columns wereu at b: ;30, e and 6:30. The ot Boston, receive the Crow or It l&w'V-t, order to help the P00" last spring that a Senatorship would high mas Monday and Tuesday will the Legioa-o- f willHonor, the other eight d lead naBBBBBkaaV YPfrtorday in morning vacant police "We'll barracks the town ot Gorvah were e wasted has come to pass. If it M Hm; that I had no money. JWuF' lafllaBBBBBBBV burned. wno wi receive the golden palms tit- In: -- I7' is the end of tho of the etftee of Pablle Instruction 'What do you think -- - that? .out that I had fa th n hs enodnniM l The Midland Railway has given a fluence In the party it is afll for the wish xro. are Supreme Chaplain P. J. McGlv-ae- had postponed it peetpoaed the ana mercy; mat I trusted in Him fortnight's notice to its 3.000 as. best. aim ib a i. joeeua, ana tna-- I was t Bridgeport; Supreme Treas- beet thing in the world 1" ' ot termination ot eervlce ant sure they would supply everything Every citizen and taxpayer must In as Infant school the teacher urer Daniel J. Callahan, of announces that it will not carry llve-.?that was needed. And thanka be to read the report of State Inspector choee the miracle of the water be D. 0 and Supreme Directors NKYBR WENT TO CMUKCH. God and to St. Joseph, the work has James as to the conduct of the of- ing iurnea into wine m the euHpect William D, Dwyer, at, PAhI: Will!f.tcr Monday. The Midland's dirricajtles, arisiatr from the dltmnte never wanted for anything. What fice of Tax Commissioner King, whe of th usual Bible lesson. iam F. Fox. Indianapolta; Xdward A bishop had a miner why regarding the hauling of rannltlooe. reeigaed recently while under fire. Ia telling the story she occasion- Honliban, Qhlcago; Jamea J. he never went to church, and hie 7ou see has been done by them. Do have by a strike an "explainer" you'll have to ally asked a few questions. One ot , Ponca City, Okla.f John F. reply was: "Why, you see, sir. It's not congratnlate me. for I had prac- engineers, but all thn raiiwav M- ot band k to Inspector James. In tke'm wa: O'Dwyer, Toledo, aad Joeenh J. Me7- - like thfa the first time I went to unrny iiounnK IO OO Wtn It. 1 Bead gan with nothing; I have nothlnfl eepUoa on Wedneeday morning. g ot Attorney George Dalley peak's "WfcM the new wine waa brought re, CarroU, Iowa. S?TdtnrC hi.t5BJ?i2Trtt-T- " f2 He church they threw water in my face and Sdward G. Hill, who were, oj to the governor ot the feaet what In making theee award .wi!". the and the aeeond, time they tied me new; ana x s&eu eontinne with neth-In- te aurvlved by two aWew, Mrs. -did he say?" the payroll as depaty county Freneh Government ha gives the to a woman and I've bad to keep When I opened the hoepital I told he says that he knew both A little girl, reroemberlac what a- - oi u. larger my frienda no patient wsre ant campaigning In, the fall- ot she had heard, arobablr on wuu on than any otheraggregate of boa her ever alnee." weald he oraaa button The blekon smiled grimly. "And fthargad; everything weald, reeetTed, m la addiUoa to th the third tt rqk MM. Thjr Mired m where the he free. aad MrJHlaarfna that ia a yreewtoat wfelaa tie la-- 1 "JterVa hukl" Money gioK X aad m. Joaoab 22j?2?L7 ?!!mJ5? a,d io?Wj thajr threw 4bwt a ya." aa4 Ch tvblfct wa to eoate frM. I replM thai I K. HUtftM, attxUrf fck. fnaoraf. Ii5?"-- " aarefttiy ia iMrttaM.eaMM hmw -- Universal American Con"1 will teW you," ho continued, why so many things fall because demnation Hns Prightcwxl God gets no chance to help them. If you have a great deal of monoy at Erin's Persecutors. tho beginning, you attribute any littlo initial success to yourself, and you take no account of God. You then becomo nroud. nut on dm ni thon you becomo hateful to God, Blnck unci Tnns Carry On Their both yourself and your work. Ho Murdci-- and Crimes With will not bless It, and in a littlo while It fa:r.s. But if you start with nothPermission. ing, and then succeed, unless you be a thorough fool, you will givo all the glory to Him, and Ho continues to bless it. There is only one way of succeeding in God's work begin THE RAILWAYS STOP SERVICE. s lars. Pear or Z S iil J nnT Mf ,! M m """""' ...... "" n, bHuo-hous- o r ,1-- w K. OF C. CHINESE et ad-visi- on X.CcawJinsUextremo ? he'fd6ayjsafsplfl5d4dnor-havc5inover"fldmlttO(l,-taovrlgbt.M- )t ln-en- co out-Lo- nnu-rauic- ai mes-oro- spread-among- st ls des-ea- w w ar-na- i,u Ac-th- goou-uea- Iro-vers'- Eastern-Northeaste- rn al et tae I bo-in- tt car-stu- dy 1 Hi firty-thre- - KT- .. 1 ef-a-nd . cam-nor- al Haly-Beckha- m .vai j t work-communic- "" - -- antl-Beckha- m ?"& a r rv ti w. "" . as . SfS8 fr && 2t;.0'& ?2 Vi m tflrMfeJaflHaBal . Haly-Beckha- m .ri:. i S.J5f.roMme.."n y, t ca Waaa-iagto- a, .k Me-Gra- w, a!d 1A d g. rs. Kilon JF - L Kor pii ""w.witw. Ol JJfwpfJ" "V 9&j&j&P1?X COMING EVENTS. okv W. . v y 7 Supper and festival, afternoon and evening, In St. Peter's Hall, Seventeenth and PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. C.ec. i Southgato. 18 St. jDenls' church Moul Adv.mn d bat America. MMd 10 N SocU nd Novembor Young Mea s Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernian. harvest festival and chicken suppor, Catholic Knigbtaof America. on grounds ot Cane Run Improve Institute and IncorporitU. Publlahers ment Club. Turkey festival 3 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTINO CO.. Novombor church In hall, SixatlRKCPlPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, S1NOLBCOPY Sc of St. Patrick's teenth and Market. Bco4-CIMatter. Novomber 23 Fall entertainment BnUred at th. Loulivllk PotWt a Louis Bortrand church debt Witt UtertyStrHt. for St. HHHICAK. and Building Fund in Bortrand- Hall, . M CwnitlcatloH to Mw KEMTWKT WISH aftornoon and evening. Novembor 25 Entertainment by St, Ann's church, aftornoon and KtNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. Novombor ... .. n. 1G-1- tur-ko- Silllman, Ptes. .,eeeeeeeteeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee . . .,...... ,.. tw & iy.3a a -- Mjamnm J. tuausing, aec-ire- as THE MODERN WAY INCOHPORATKD EDW. A. AXMAN POPULAR PRICE TAILOR will make no UAmWr 22-2- CLEANERS AND DYERS 1140-4. Order your Fall Suit and Overcoat now. The woelea b, redaction in prices; there will sure be a shortagts. UP-STAI- M 1, 319-32- 1 - 1A5tj)cmiwc minfiVFLLE. KY SATURDAY, NOVEMBER evening. 23 Autumn festival Novomber of St. Paul's church, Pleasure RIdgo, Commercial Club. 13, 1920 at St. Helen's 2 S.THIRD;STREET;; OFFICE AND PLANT, Sarl 11a vnur Palm Beach Suits. Flannel Trousers, ' J 11. Georgettes, Voiles and Organdy Uresses ana let us cican luem THE "MODERN" WAY. It Jiff Aram. Minor renairs free- Auto will call x .. X tor an 1 deliver all wonc. as near you as your puonc. STORE .J Whallen Building, 322 West Jefferson Stret v .... - 1 1 PHONE 2635 . i glad to note that In every section of EXPOSED TO AVOlUiD. tho country those base appeals fell of Ono Hun- to the ground and caused no elevWhon tho Committee dred representative citizens meet in enth hour switch from either party, oeaalon to hear Ireland's etorlos of and for this wo can all bo thankful. England's relen of crime In Erin' Tho world war made people rea'Hzo Url h ft h fl l I1T! that Catholic, Protestant and Jew ..!... I....I.1 scorn of. tbo civilized world. allko wero ready to glvo their all to the The committee Is composed of all for our country and. flag and that creeds and nationalities and this la lesson was remembered by the the ilret time with, tbo exception of American peoplo in tho political the hearing before tho Congressional campaign. Committee of Foreign Affairs that IRISH REJOICE. the relation 7t John Bull's criminal history In Ireland will be published The defeat of Senator Beckham to tho world. Day by day to every as Senator from this for nart of tho Elobo leaks out State can be attributed to bis utter atorles ot murder, arson, rape and sufferings of tho Pillage by England's uniformed cut- - contempt for the People of Ireland and tho Friends of throats and assassins and she stands acknowledged guilty by tho jury of Irish Freedom in every section of against his return the people. Everyone realizes what Kentucky voted Britain to the upper body. In Jefferson, farce it was when Great uoyu. itenion, ntettiMd herself as tho friend of, wept crocodHo and ovory county where Irish and timall nations, and voters live tho story oars"over Belgium. of his defeat is told in tho scratched Democratic ballots. HARD LOSERS. 11. SOCIETY. JHk Tho over busy stork left a baby boy at tho homo of Mr. nd Mrs. William Downs, of South Loulsvllje. !t44ee0ee'e ftf 2362 QUALITY AND SERVICE. SOUTH OR CITY " PULS DRY CLEANING CO. - yyyyyysyy dliarles J. Hunter, newspaper man of Lobanon, was hero tho first part of tho week on a visit. Col. J. II. Haagor has Just returned from a week's stay at French Lick Springs. John J. Flanagan, the well known turfman, has just returned from a visit to New York. Division 4 Hibernian Social Club announces a danco at the Tyler Hotel Thanksgiving eve, November 24. MRS. GERTRUDE ROSS Expert Cleaners 421 West Chestnut St. Men's 2 Piece Suits $1.50 Men's 3 Piece Suits $1.75 WB MAKE A SPECIALTY OF COMMERCIAL ART J Specializing in the, highest quality execution at prices within reason. Try us. Courier-JournBuilding 33S-33- 7 al PORTRAITS FROM LIFE PHOTOGRAPHIC TINTING ". ,ru from Wilmorc, whore he has been employed tho past two months. Mrs. Fred Fedtor underwent an oporatlon at St. Joseph's Infirmary for appendicitis Monday and Is getting, along nicely. first ipart of tho week on a visit John McDormott Was here tho irwUAftMwAAAaw 411 rift ip l.V KJ Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and Oldest Bank in the State. CLEANING FURS quality; ouit motto. atd service LET US TALK THOSE TRAVELING NEEDS OVER WITH YOU Irish-Americ- an National Bank of Kentucky FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. TAYLOR TRUNK CO. 000 SOUTH FOURTH AVR, OPPOSITE POSTOFFIOK Phone City C827 Main 1G76-- J Manufacturers of Trunks, Bags and Suit Oases, and Dealers In Leather Goods LOUISVILLE, KY, SPECIALTY REPAIRING A The Tory press of tho United States Is taking the defeat of the league of Nations very hard, especially so when they discovered what keen suffering it has caused m England. Tho English press Is momv vul utbtvi vm- wu ..A..! nnrf niro on this side dread the a separate peace with Germany. Tho defeat of the Leaguo ot Nations can not be construed in any other way than that it was tho voice of tho American people against an alllanco with Great Britain, and tho voters registered their protest against any alllanco which would mean more hoggish conquests and domination by John Bull. As for Govornor Cox there Is unlvorsal pralso and all roallzo that the election meant no porsonal defeat for him or the Democratic .party, but tho men and women of the United States have realized that a union with England meant that wo would bo- a partner to her In her dastardly crimes and criminal rule in Ireland, India, Egypt or wherever the British flag flew. Tho sorrow of tho Tory press tn America is additionally so because it meant possibly a diminution ot tho Lord Northcllffe propaganda fund. .- Mr. and Mrs. Will Kelly and little 'daughter, Mary Leo, havo been Tho (position of tao Catholic visiting at Fairfield, the guests of HARVEY-JELLIC- O Church on tho divorce question Is Mrs. S. E. McKenna. now appreciated by all right minded Mrs. J. H. Haagor, of this city, (XNCORPORATMD) thinking poople, wtio eeo In tho ap- - has been visiting In Chicago as the a menace to guest of her sister, Mrs. William P. nalilnc divorce ttlst The Company With the Coal and the' Service. American .nome uuu iubuluuuud, McDonald. Vnrds located at Plftcontlrand Magnolia. Yard at First ud A. Tho church stands as a bulwark Mrs. M. J. Ryan and daughter Vard and Elevator, Pope and Payne Streets. against tho breaking up of family Cathorino, ot Ringllng, Mont., have Roth Phones at All S nrdH. tics and lrreparablo injur)- - to tho been hero on a visit as tho guest of Mrs. John McGrath. many children that suffer. Tho Bortrand Dramatic Club Is How proud Georgia must bo of busy rohearslng "The Pirate's Scnator-ek'- ct Tom Watson, who, TlrMA" iimlnr Mio direction of Rev. 25 PER CENT. COAL SAVING expects posing as a prohibitionist, was re- - J. B. Dawklns, and spring. to ropoat its success or last cently arrested for being drunk and Combustion Engineering and Furnace Repairing disorderly. 'Aloys Landes, Jr., tho little son of Mr. and Mrs. Aloys 521-2- 3 COTJBT PfcAO 13 Main 1950 City 8381 wook A vole from tho grave William Landes, aws oporated on this for tonsllltis. Jennings Bryan. Rev. Father Crane, Chaplain of O VOLT 11 PLATE 920.00 DOUBLE-DAR- K. Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, is RULE BRITANNIA. O VOLT 18 PLATE 9JW.0O very 111, but his many friends Tho Lord Mayor 'died as he said he btlll hoping for a change for the 7 TLATE $39.00 12 VOLT aro wouxi ale. .. Memom Leaves The V. O. B. Detroit Is one window more in the better. What JiIBWfe;js3BiB morn? That's All For To Years Mr. nnd Mrs. Earl' Spatlg havo re"Blood on your hands!" his kinsmen honeymoon trip turned from their INCORPORATED Tho only battery guaranteed uncondicry, 's living with Mrs. tionally for two yoars. Instead of "adjust"Ye who ihave slain, and wo who and are now Mr. and Mrs. Charles LOUIS VTtitilC. KH.NTOOKY. parents, ment," you got a new Tiattery, thus elimiwould scorn. Jefforsonvlllo. Also Alnkers of 0ricls Dark and Oertcl Lltrlit. nating all repair work. Who aro the next ye would crucify? W. Dean, of Mothers in rags, or tho babes newYon Cnn't Burn It Up Yoa Can't Miss Mlcana Rlnlln Washer and born?" Overstrain It .Margaret Dougherty, of Nashville, ween on a v:su as hero SERVICE AT The Lord Mayor went on a phantom were guests last Mrs. Thomas Doughot the ship-s- hin erty, of L streot. LRKETING. nf rtn.ith with lis. sable sail. INCORPORATED Over tho moor the 6torm clouds dip; Mr. nnd Mrs. William P. Soden '" 425 SOUTH THIRD STREET, LOUISVILLE, KY. marketing, which has Over the seas trie eiorm winas wan; and child, of Hackensack, N. J., "WILTON JELL1CO," "PIONEER STRAIGHT CREEK," thy soul will long been ono ot the chief points in "Knight of tho Free, Distributors for Kentucky and Southern Indiana havo Just returned home after a ton "TAYLOR WESTERN KENTUCKY." sip Mr. Main 699 or City 822C wclal reform programmes of Catho- Solaco that flows form tho 'Holy days' visit hero as tho guest of well Soden's father, Phil Sodcn, tho Both Phones 315. lics both in. Europe and the United 315 Guthrie Street. Grail." known locomotive engineer. States, received special .recomraond-tutlo- n J. J. McTIGHE, AsMr. Mgr. F. J. MOKKOW Mannger. Mayor broko no traitor's in tho second meeting in The Lord Mr. nnd Mrs. George J. Brodbock bread. WtaattJUgton ot farm organizations Hunger was stalking in robes of announce tho engagement --of their I daughter, Miss Mary Elizabeth called to fight tho declining ipTlces pain. For tho sick nnd those who nurse tho nick lies in tho fact that J. Diebold, tho marto John oX farm products. New laws serving Wnetftri in hnAv. his heart WB8 fed you know tho lUHdlclna prescribed by your doctor Is prepared 4 place at riage coremony to no coward Holy Trinity churcb take Thanksgivon by ilrutr$rtHti who cunKuicHtlouKiy coinpoHiui prescriptions, tho farmers' need for short time Fed by tho blood of Berros-heibeing specialists in thrir wortc. credit and tho development of for- Laugh, with "tho Pharisees: "He's ing morning. Rev. Father officiating. Phone us any hour of tho day or night. Wo wiu caU for J; eign trade woro urged upon tho dead." . and deliver your wunt. Government by tho farmers, but spe- Christ's bravo side Is pierced again. Hlgglns, of South Miss Mildred Monupon GIVEN BY entertained cial emphasis was laid J3WEoGrB-aLlho said he Eighteenth street, a Binen shower in day evening with marketing societies. All farm-er- a .The Lord Mayor died as would die Hamborry. SECOND AND CIIESTKUT wero urged to johu marketing Up with your bludgeons, ye Black honor of Miss Josephine Mnin 9102 City 355-3- 37 Miss Mary Corbett, of 1104 West organizations or it none such woro and Tan! Oay and Night Service Oak street, was given a surprise available to form them, tho aim be- Burn with the torch and redden the party by a gathorlng of "hor friends t ing to take tho marketing system Sunday afternoon, tho occasion beSack all the Qionies ot tho freeman's ing hor twenty-firbirthday. out of the hands ot the bankers and clan! TYLER HOTEL AUDITORIUM societies Blood on hor bands and blood I9 her middlemen. Tho marriage of Miss Agnes A. among farmers as well also as Buselbach,, daughter of Mr. and Supplies-Constructi- on among consumers have been advo- Britain has murdered anothor man! Mrs. Louis H. Brus3elbach, to Mr. Gone Fowler. prominent in soB. Keough, Lako Charles, La., Leo cated by Catholics was solemnized at 9 oclock last cial reform movements both loro MEMORIAL MASS. Thursday morning at St. Brlgld's Universal Light and Power Installation. ago tho Somo tlmo and. abroad. Hor attendants Catholic Ordor of HI- - woro Miss church. Brusselbach, Miss Division 4t House Wireing.. Portable Lamps. COLLINS' ORCHESTRA Lighting Fixtures. National Catholic War Council pub- Y.Anlnna Yiia Ancient Lucllo 4irr.nnrad to havo a lished for free distribution a pam- oninmn ranutam memorial mass said Edna Pfelffcr, Mr. Joseph JacKson Crystal Electrical Washing Machines. Among for tho late Lora mayor jnacawnnuy Krebs, Now Orleans, and Mr. James phlet on rvo4ni;Vi Anilfirsnn. Ind. Mr. and Farmers and Consumers," for tho at St. Louis Bortrand's church wook will ho at home after Tfniio-to bo purpose of spreading more widely after next, the exact dateO'Connor, Decomber 1 at LaKq unaries, jua. chosen later. Rev. Father the facts about the need ot INOORP01UTK) n President of the local branch Tho marriage ot Miss Mary metods of obtaining and the Friends ot Irish Freedom, has also Uomlinrnr tn nharloa Josenh City 897 52S WEST JEFFERSON appointed a commltteo to confer English will take place at St. Louis Mvlu 1800 la Europe tftrong frequently been tho with the A, O. II. In regard to somo Bertranu's cnuron nexi ivuueui have In honor of Means of strengthening parish life. other memorial exercise Cork. morning ot 8 o'clock. The brlde-to-- i, ta Ida and nonular uaugh- greater prosperity ot tho farm-ar- s tho martyred Mayor ot Ti tor ot Mr. and Mrs. James W. Ham- ,has lessened emigration and has BLAKELY TO LECTURE. iin 01 Florence opened new opportunities for parteh. Paul L. Blakely, Ph. D., will de- berry, prospective groom Is a prominent country ip&rlsh liver a locturo at R tho Knights of .n.l,n. yif iha Knlirlltft of ColumibUS. activities. In this T). til. SUndaV. rnlnmhnu TTnll nt Their many friends and acquaint school can be more easily obtained Novomber 21, on tho through the prosperity that comes bill now pending in the Senate, ances wish tnom joy ana proeiiorjiy. societies. which alms to give the control of Cre&i strong Tho marrlago of Miss Anastaslan the hands The olose union, of the farmers in our schools into the and takeotfrom Louise WttCeh and Dr. Martin S. Government 's will take place at St. Louie thtr economic dealings will give Federal the States this right which they 619 W. BROADWAY PHONE CITY 3767 Item tho tecaative and will train have exercised since the beginning Novemberchurch,at Tuesday aftornoon, 6:30 o'clock. The 23, together more Dr. Blakely e wideUmib to work ot our history. e is a daughter of Mr. M. in many ways. As la ly known, as ono of our most dis- J. Walsh, of 519 West Oak street, In this lecprospective groom Is a well Europe th drift of tho (termor to tinguished publicists. f. IMNM. Hi, An Ptb. m fttM. K.LIMHWN, miMHtMrfDfMir. ture he sets forth clearly tho .dan- and the East End. Mm cRy (which is the emigration, gers this bill carrjes to our personal known physician of the Heenan will ofVery Rev. Father problem of oar rural districts) will liberty. It Is to every citizen's-In-tereceremony and Mrs. at to be clearly advised as to ficiate Harig tbe preside at the orfe retarded. will thjs bill. This Fred the terms and alias of gan. lecture Is free te the public. All A. SILVER LINING. ' NKW COVINGTON DKAN. are cordially invited to attend. Calvert Swtr sigammaa's Pipt, This is the bill which was introStMM Caaialta, P&taat Llidetf Piyc ot the duced In the Uatted mates Senate Oh of the remitspeople eleotkm by Ttv. Geoe O'Brien, former s-Wall Capiat, Braia Tilt, Vitrllrt BrUt, Georgia, cn twite Senator Hoke Smith, ot by ht All a!stmt pastor of the Immaculate House Lialatf, Fire Irlck Fl fir. rejoteisg over to that the attempej and in the Lower H. M. Towner, ot Iowa. PltoMeptloa ckureh, Newport, and for Grata aa laller Tils, Fir Clay, Ckliaaty saeaKing pomies w sad several years pastor of St. Joseph's INDIGBBTION CURB. OFFICE 36 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. Mttate raMgkHM prejudlee Ml let. ehuroh. Winchester, will svwoeed the Dr. A. Lose, naturopath, S4 Best late Iter. Jotei' O'Dwyer as pastor of tfcere was n attempt to arouse the gave me treatment HONES CITY 7S.1788,CUMB. MAIN 0O7. Photo hoys the srsat fort Kusstria after irrest explosion set oK to the Catholics, the Market street, I tor the Church Ot the; Good Shepherd; Xuou terrm4tatkm, present sutterta ftee T'mnlrfort. He has Also beenassB, fsoiliUte Umj Work of demdMshtas; ths pits. Kuasirin w a tortrsw of WOKKa-TaIr4BrMklxrI4 mtd Nlt I feel Oatbolles efainet their yeare; kw at ths ftest slsss nd loestsd in ths town of ths wn mum 1b I'rsssts. Lexington and the Jews affttast aid eat and drink eTerytbJn. Jd ed dean of .the O'Dwywy Deanery, It km torsUsd following ths msndat la tho Psses Trsstr. ettiaeas neld hy leather TJndwrbJM street. ot the political varttee. It is Karl, APPRECIATED. COAL CO. . .- pro-Engli- sh LEWIS DOUGLAS MORTON HUBER HAND STOKER DRINK J two-year-o- ld 0EICI Eflrft IMI Drinh that - OEFfcTEr CO. a Pleasant Spa-tig- Byrne Speed Coal Corporation GARAGE EQUIPMENT&SUPPLY CO. Brod-bec- k. ATTEND THE m SELECT DANCE t i t GREAT CONSOLATION a Y DRUGSTORE : Division 4 A. 0. li. Social Club itkkklkAAkAAirkkA1ikkkkkirkAAAkkAi,M st Thanksgiving Eve, Nov. 24, 1920 "Co-oporatl- iL- -o ELECTRIC SPECIALTY COMPANY it Jose-.hi.- - THOS. J. BROCAR, "Automobile Repairing Tubes Accessories Tires Smith-Town- er Kir-wa- Ber-trand- hr-moaJou- bride-to-b- et P. BANNON trtH, Mtk PIPE CO. ' fr fair-mind- ed If. siet lellow-Pro-Mrta- at m afaatjff u4 Mb!. . - -"- w-nwwy " J1W!',JfP'??Pf HiKPPP1!! KENTUCKY IRISH AMEJI&IO-&J!- , MACARONI EGG NOODLES SPAGHETTI WW-- V?no MENS FURNISHINGS i H Easing the Rush Hour Jam III1 I PBNDENNIS A. ENGELHARD '& SONS CO. 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Phono City 4503 Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoo Store. Inc. Drs. Harrison and Strassburg Wo Mak. a SnorlnllT nf All Rranihna nf nnH.f. We Use All Modern Appliances in the Elimination ef Pate. ' ' Watch Crystals Fitted 20c Watch and Jewelry Repalrtag THE OUR HARDEST PROBLEM IS AT RUSH HOURS. The Radius Jewelry 468 Open Evenings Until 9 Shop AVE. M. SOUTH FOURTH Next to Rex Theater" HOOVER Electric Suction Sweeper IT BEATS AS IT SWEEPS AS IT CLEANS The problem of handling traffic comfortably and with dispatch at a time when Mr. Hurry and all his relatives want to ride has never been solved satisfactorily by any railway company and probably can not. bo. Rut we do try. "We keep accurate records showing the amount of travel on every lino at all hours of the day and, where we find crowded conditions on any line, we adjust the service. , "We Phono City 403 P. Inoticei! a j . I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Designs LIBERTY BLOW Mechanical Air Bajciaeera Manufacturers and Erectors Work for ft Estimates Faraisfced Frank Hartman & Sons Tafel Electric Co. HOUSE PAINTERS City 230 WEST JEFFERSON 113 Main 985 ARO DECORATORS 1800 WEST MARKET STREET Reeidence Phone Shawnee 122-- J Some Phone, City 7804 "West Cumb. Phone, 412-- W make accurate and regular measurement of tho traffic flow and operate sufficient closely apcars to handle traffic during the rush hours, with comfort proximating conditions of normal service. and-dispatc- '. o PIPE WORKS Shoup Optical Co. Has Removed To Speed Building. ASK FOR ; DUST COLLECTING SYSTEM We Make a Specialty of Pis HEATING ft VENTILATING 644 EAST JEFFERSON ST. LOUISVILLE. KY. at ;; Z GLOBE TIRES City 1134. Qu .O 1 i'Cii m 1 -- y-- 1 m- -i w i -- ill CP.Barnes&Co. Laatsrfll, Ky . " r?yn ii ajS W Unavoidable conditions frequently play smash with schedules. Instead of tho cars at regular intervals of two or three minutes, they sometimes come in bunches. Then the Hurry. Family gets busy. They make a grand rush for tho first car and overcrowd it. And when a car is overcrowded more stops are necessary, more time is consumed by passengers in alighting, and minutes are added to tho coming trip-time. 1311 o GuthrieSt.il ;; k sasiiiAliiSSiaAaAaAaAaaAAAa JNOr P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED Witt in.tlrrt. critUs tern aad sNtr ic.m u Ik (oath br tr KECO if? w i i ri i w? 8Kia When a man help3 overcrowd a car at rush hours ho forces all the cars including' his own into low gear. And the cars behind visually show empty scats. Tho Hurry Family, seeking to save a minute, loses two or three and also sacrifices comfort. Try waiting for the car behind when the .car you want is already carrying capacity load. You will get homo just as quickly and more com- fortably and you will help us maintain good service for all. Help others and you help yourself. Wait a minute and save two or three. .. - EWING'S DAIRY Established 1820 . LoetivlBe, Ky, OFFICE OUTFITTERS -- STATIONERS GLOBE PRINTW8 fg ' KNOIXB I DAWSON'S ELECTR'C LIGHT TROUBLE MEN DAY AND NIGHT ' T 430 West ChCBtnt Street X Day or Night Service. SJH11 Vlfcjr AAAA44 i a. (mimm. ivs MMMkrdMtoiliM v ass ear, ear aaa. seadm. BEiT CHEW V. ten a Oimn at. T PRODUCTS "'CI PURE WHOLESOME SAFE. THE VERY BEST SECURITY ft LOAN OiX Iaoorporatsa, A. Lasar, Maaafar Moaey Advaacod oh Yoar Plata Rata A i 812 West Jefferson Street Second Fleor) Home Phone City 2967. -- ' Bourbon County Twist UNEQUALLED SMOKE JAMES P. BARNES, President Louisville Railway Company. INCORPORATED uu. EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS MONDAYS ONLY SEE POOLHY FOB MONEY. Loans to those harlac regular or salary, with no publicity sr red tape. Loans to hoasekeepers a their personal secarity. F. R, POOLHY, la-am- es Saaa 1, Coarler-Joan- ul 415 S. Foarth Strmt BaiMIsc WM, P. BANNON CONTRACTING VSBJBflBJflBFaHflEflR u Mm u Vaf . Etr PLASTERER Cumb. S. 164 SINGER Sewing Machines FACTORY AT PRICES. homo. We repair COAL - - COAL Famous Diamond Block and Rogers Bros. Block, tho Coal for Stoves and Furnace. Wholesale and Itctall. City 2028 South 2400 STORAGE OF AUTOMOBILES NIGHT AND DAY. General Repair Work, Cleaning I'ousniBg. Kentucky-Indian- a DROOK AND BLOOM FRED. C LOEMKER e fJT Cut It. SWl.ia, H.(. J SW City 8380 FOURTH AND O STS Homo Phone, Shawneo 803 PARRAKEET Itbwralwater & Grocery Incorporated trmq. Phone as for free R trial on our 1020 model in your any sewing machine. ELECTRIC CLEANER Cleans by Incorporated aaa-33- 5 SUITS DRY CLEANED, Company HENRY COS ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING FOR THE BENEFIT OF YOUR KIDNEYS DRINK PARRAKEET MINERAL WATER Parkway 405 Tia Roofs Repaired and Painted Asphalt Shingles a Spooclalty SOU WEST BROADWAY Air Alono. J. C. DORSEY & CO. Qt2ttfleVMCS4lIlfEEEn Phone Us For a Demonstration. City (I0CO 1 Eliminate the Poisons g Childers Elect. Co. 542 ft. JEFFERSON ST UEET IIATS CLEANED. BLOCKED, DYED. AT SPECIAL PRICES MAIN OFFICE. 808 W. MARKET City 6443; Mala 2434 Falls City Cleaners and Dyers PRESSED LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S $1.25 ' Automotirs Oty 4 Broadway Shoes nt First, Homo Tel. 3083 Family Home Phone 3196 For Every Member the FRED FEIGE A SON UNION MAs8 SHOES AND SLIPPERS 431 EAST MARKET STREET LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY . H'lcJ'.'gH.'.MNc H. W. DUBISKE & CO FINANCIAL SERVICE B. F. MARKHAM, Mgr. HO -8 INTER-SOUTHER- THE SHEPPARD MFG. 00. Incorporated STEEL AND IRON WORKERS 1612 WEST MAIN STREET Home Phone, City 577 LOUISVILLE, KY. FRED ERHART ' g 2 M ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING Corner Fourth and Jefferson The chlrf indications In the !f treatment of KUEUMATISM etc. are to neutralize the toxins and destroy the1 specific, pobous circulating In the body City west main st. 135-M- uln , iVJUi City 868 Marx Salsa, J. O. Pre. Jacobs. Sec. ftaa Tiwsa. N BLDG. H COftNS.BUNlONS tofrwlK L. GRAUMAN ft CO. Incorporated Dealer tors Za All Xtaas ef 0fAe aaa natures, Safes, Cash tsrs, sbow Cases, ooaatum, aelvtar, ate. B-s- DEAD ANIMALS Steam Forgings and Fire Escape Apparatus Our Specialty PAID JOHN B. O'LEARY CO. st Ahwriul Nalk SefMfkay TnitM N. W. K a ftMi m a.. 2 1. Or. Uriah Z. Lltsty 507 HIGHEST OASH PRICES Headquarters for Phone City 721; Call Home COT AND FARM PROPERTY Comb. Phone Main 721. See as about anything 1a real LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. state. We sell, buy and rent. S04 W. JEFFERSON ST. Co. Seme Phone City 4464 T. E. Yann WeeklySavings Club START WC THIS MINTH WITM THE Dairy iae gr.npidl' cllraiuEtes the poisons. 2 thereby relieving all svuiptnms and pievctitiiig their return No your system trjlh JJ overloading S dm); Half a tca'ipooufiri of 5 Albert V Rlieumntie Remedy imri 5 or twice a day is saftUleot 2 Prluo IM.OO i Chirj)ait Stark W",,asBBaBnMjBjEf' West 866 sie Home Oscar Farmer & Sons Fhoae. Cltr UK BmilsUai BotaPbores Incorporated 16-51- South Louisville Bank Feorth nui Ceatral AvOano Phone, City 4300 Cumb. Phone, Mala 358 0-- A TLe K. A. Xrapp 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. (mas. X. Xrapp Homo Phone, City 700S KELLS COMPANY 5 S Newburgb, N. Y. NEILL-L- A VIELLE AND City Elevator and Warehouse Phone City 2154 Hay, Grain and Feeds THE ZEBB CO. The Home, of "Quality Feeds" Successor to ZERR. & HOFFMAN 122 N. FOURTH ST. AND 218 N. FIFTEENTH ST. Complete Lino of Serviceable VAULT AND DRY WELL CLEANERS 811 REALTY BUILDING SUPPLY CO. INCORPORATED Both Phones KRAPP'S MEAT MARKET Wholesale and Retail TJUS AXB , AU XJaas off Saeksa Xsata 20S EAST JBFFEUSON STREET MsieBnHEar9a MILL SCHOOL SHOES Open EvealBga City 6910 Res., Shawaee Incorporated 1863-- L Both Phones 2406 rose Joseph Hubbuch Sr. & Son Dealers In REUTLINGER & CO. Adolph Reatliager 75 YEARS IS A RECORD TO BE PROUD'OP FACTORY SUPPLIES CALL US FOR Uatfl Nino O'clock Sullivan Transfer Co. GENERAL TRANSPORTATION. TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND "HAYRDDE PARTUS4 1129 WEST MAIN STRdBT cLUEBLY AH Spalding Shoe Co. EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. ' FIRE INSURANCE LIABILITY AND PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET TORNADO JOHN B. WATHEN njBNrruitH Movroa and PACKXBta WALL PAPER AND RUGS FALLS CITY HALL BLDO.. iiae-119- 8 wbst MARKirr sx. . Brown's Herbal Ointment preeriptlo'of D O. PHB tiP BROWN' lias been on tlio umrket for over serenty-f.T- c rears and daring- - this period Ikii a wondrrful blessinr la tb. healing- - o( llnrnt. llrnltes, Cats. Sores, etc It has bern handed down from one gentr-atloto another, and we recetra aumerons letters pralslur thla standard preparation, for Instance a woman write "Dr.O.Paelps Brown's Precious Herbal Ointment has been In our household as losr as I can re. nember could not ret alosr without It." Get a jar and keep la yoar honu for an emergency. For sals at alt dealers 30 aac CO Csats. Oil and Grease FOR ALL PURPOSES fieatocky Gossamers" Oil Corapasjr LoHlsville Keatacky J. M. BUCKNER V. West 1M 4 Shawnee 1986 liQNO DI8TANCW HAUUNQ , 80 Boatb TrrtmtjJ H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Telephone 1022 LADIES' AND GENTS' SUITS Dry Cleaned aad Pressed. 91.75 Work Called For and Delivered Telephone City 2742 LOUISVILLE CLEANERS A DYERS 865 SOUTH SEVENTH ST. We Bay Rags, Scrap Iron, Metals, hs n LOUIS SCHERRY DKY GOODS AND NOTIONS WORK SHOES, PANTS, OVERALLS UNION MADE HOLDERS' SHOES 600 13. BROADWA" 8IIOE REPAmiNQ 1506 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET Between Hill and Shipp Rabbor aad Paper Stock LOUISVDLLE WASTE to-d- ar Kinds ef Footwear For the Whole Family Two HAMBLY'8 EterM St. Matthews 57 Crescent 29-MUi aad Portland. thaw. 171C Thirty-tw- o Years Ought To Be Suf 18th aad Magaala City 71 J. W. HEBKAMP ficient Guarantee For My Knowledge aad Integrity BUILDER OF HEAVY TRUCK BODIES, CLOSED CAB AND NATIONAL HATTHS If It's For Sale Give Me. a CaU FORD BODIES A SPECIALTY 33 E WEST JEFFERSON 8TRBT, FINE VARBLE WHOLESALE. TOBACCONIST' BROS. SHOB BTORJB .. .. .. 909 WEST MAIN STREET - - - KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE ' L GENERAL BLACKSMITH WORK MATERIAL 00. WBST JEFFERSON ST. Home Phone, City 1109 - KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE -- -Ml-96- 8 The KELLS COMPANY NEWBURGII. N. Y Oa ' Qfrick Service and Quality ST. MATTHEWS Uuaraatccd - - - KENTUCKY REALTOR AND AUCTIONEER TRUST BLDG. 214 LOUISVILLE Both Phones DYERS AND CLEANHBS CALL FOR AND DRUVKR Home Phone. City 1931 . THOMAS KEEN AN 1529 WEST MARKET STREET DIRECTOR.. VWVVVtVWWV,VWVWV liUHBBIUmU MAID oxx.y railflfi IJ. J. BARRETT'S SONS ..ITXJISrEI?lL OS MVS1A FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. TrAPEL DEDICATED. Services dedicating Iho now inorJ THE SISTERS OF CHARITY. OF tuary. chapel were--, hold Saturday morning In St. Mlchaol'a cemetory' NAZARETH and, In connection with tho dedicaOpening of Announce the , tory services, the now part of tho cemetery waa ionsecrated. The NAZARETH COLLEGE Right Ror. 'Denis O'Donaghue conducted tho services and representa851 SOUTH FOURTH STREET tives of the clergy of all the, CathoLOUISVILLE, KY. lic churches in Louisvillo and about For Further Information Call at 6,000 laymen attended tho dedication. The 6holr of St. Martin's Presentation Academy church assfeted Id the services and following the services high inase waa celebrated in the chapel by the DR. A. H. Rev. Francis Felton, pastor of St. Martin's Catholic church. The Rev, EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT Daniel Linfert, O. S. M., of St. Bool-fac- e CathoKc church, delivered the GLASSES ADJUSTED ' -- xHasaeada aaa tier For oaal Property at Xowaat Xtatoa la (Ht7 raraltarsa LOAXI rxoFB's pmovmakr Assoox&nex Incorporated GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. i S. Ii 20S COLEMAN BUILDING COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON JOHN ASSENT PIANO TONER 1020 EAST BURNETT ' Funeral Director and Embalmer i I EDWARDS AVENUE I BOTH PHONES 810. Home Phone, City 8398 SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS, will tty MiVMWWVfc'VtW Mt. Fuiiral Director and t-- S9d 3Bat JWCalxx taract. Ii--T EmbaLmer ax i a. yreyara thesa fer. Mfe sermon. The chapal 1a of white stone and, SUITE 218 FRANCIS BUILDING STS. although small, kae room tor eightFOURTH AND CHESTNUT een coffins In the vaults below. The Phone City 4720 lis W. 3sM4war, iVeatevUle, Xy. altar, sanctuary aad choir space are Hours 9 to S, 7 to 8 v. n. on the main floor. Fred Erhart & Coa4ueted by the Xaverlaa Brothers. aaa Bnslneas Claseloal, gelentlfte the architect. Canea, Preparatory Degartawat, Lara CHimb., Mala 490 Swlamtas-- Pool, Well Bqulpped Oyas Ihm, City 4999 saataat. Terms moderate. TURKEY DWPOiBAL. Bra. BeaHmla, Dlr. Trinity Council, Y. M. I., will bold PAULO! OLIANKU ft DYERS its annual turkey dJapoeiaV next FriIncorporated day evening at the club house, BaxFOUND NEW REMEDY. President BXPMKT CLKANimH Of LATHES ter avenue aad - Morton, Will Goda and- Oeaeral Chairman I was tired toltve had vertigo AND GENTLEMEN'S WEARING Adam Senn elder have agreed, to en- and rheumatism. Naturopath Dr. APPAREL tertain the feminine gumUs while A. Lose, 334 East Market street, ARTHUR H. ROHWANN, Manager John L. Sullivan, John Timmal, J. Main 2431, helped ma wonderful. A. Oaterbolt and Rocar (Spotty) Lawreaea Sohenk, 7 S3 Bwnth Wajht-eat- k S. W. Otir. TbM d Wateat Sto. (Mean will entertain, the male sex. atraot. Mr year beys a eaaeattea Itl St. Xavitr's Colltg nnimtntt utttii4Miettt POUGHERH & McELUOn - iij ss8sass3s - - 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, f Funeral Directors I 4 and Embalmers I v Cumb. Mala aSiHMMIIttmi - BOTH XH03rBJ. I 1 , Hern Cty MW I 1 y 1 1 H " IM I O jpfrmyft iwvi'y!1 wiwuwpH'fffuwify m"VQ&3jr,Tm'li,f' pwvtwiwy. CJ0-CXOB- - IJRMSJH ft .e4''t'frtMfr---- 4 jBACOHaSON INCORPORATED SWISS' GLEANING MEN'S' SUITS WITH MINOR REPAIRS PREE SAVES BUYING. VCX0.. a ! , ! I I Herman rowroi avchuc --- Straus sons ncnvwfAreo J ! markct sinter r OF I We Give and Redeem Gold Tradlnr -- Stamp. ! I We Qlvc and Redeem Surety Coupons. DO YOU KNOW AB0U7 OUR I HOUSEHOLD CLUB ! Payments. PLAN ? I Carpets BOYS' SUITS! and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed SWISS DYEING LEADS AND PLEASES. Convenient and Dignified Uetfioa of Purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred method are The oatsiaadlag featarea of Ha coBTeaioBce 1b making pHrchasoa without say considerable oatlay of cash. The advantage of baying ob the Olab Plaa daring ear various salea AT BALK PRICES. Whatever is the prios of the goods to a cash or a charge easterner, that Is also the price to a Hoasebold Olab Plaa cautoraer. There Is positively no advance. There are bo "eoBfldeatial It Is conducted apoa aa opea basis with a fixed schedale of rates. The first papaoBts aad the BiOBtbJy paymeata are the same to all. arrange-Beata- ." SWISS CLEANERS INCORPORATED AND DYERS $10 We are offering you these Suits at a very special price, just toadver-- 1 tise our Boys' Department. These Suits are made of good woolen mate-- 1 terials, splendidly tailored and THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW i OFFICE 617 SOUTH FOURTH. PLANT 909 SOUTH SIXTH ST. CHURCHILL DOWNS FALL RACING t Eleven Days, Commencing Tuesday, Nov. 2 SEVEN RACES EACH DAY. FIRST RACE 1:30 O'CLOCK. SURETY COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS .tmnmttbtt timi 4ee'i' PERSONALITY -- && m11 - Your greatest asset is your Personality. The money that you have saved in the bank becomes a part of your Personality. 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. Kentucky Jockey Club, 2yeaiold Stake; $10,000 added; Saturday, November 6. Goldenrod Handicap, $5,000 added; Saturday, November 13. The Louisville Cup, two miles; $5,000 added; Saturday, w November 13 BBr' NO PURSE LESS THAN $1,200. $10 ffffwMJifiW .- -. a.an Coffee Prices Lower Wo offer our excellent New,. Iff)"' Blend Coffee, 2 lbs. for'M 1- -2 .jO This means only another decrease over the old price for this Coffee. This is the best Coffeo for tho price on the market. Givo us a trial. JaS8$Mr JOHN M. MULLOY 212 WBST MAKKET STREET. Both Phones 1823 Established 1888 i KENTUCKY J Sherman Goodpaster, Sec'y and Treas. ALUMNI PIIOTO-M-AY- JOCKEY INCOItPORATED CLUB RECENT DEATHS. N. Camden, President. M. J. Winn, Vice Prei. and Gen. Mgr. Charles F Grainger, Resident Man'gr. Tho funeral of Charles H. Pink, who died overseas, took place from St. Philip Nor! church Monday morning at 10 o'clock. Deceased was twenty-tw- o years of age and was a son of John M. and Mary Anna Fink, of 1306 South Preston street. He was a member of Company D, 103rd Ammunition Train Corps, and died LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a deposit of more than 13,000,000, is the monument of confidence built bytotal the people of Louisville at this sale, conservative bank. Fidelity and Columbia Trust Co. I ; Columbia Building Fourth and Main. The Oldest Trust Company in the bourn. DON'T FORGET THAT GRAYV0N ALLMEN Sanitary Milk Co. IKCORPORATBD. IS THE HOME OF PURE MILK first performance begins at 6:30 and the Second at 8:15. Tho coming attractions are all headlinors, as this coming Sunday, November 14, "The Sign of the Cross" will bo ohown featuring Wm. Farnnm, November 21. "Tho Chosen princo," an inspiring romantic, Instructive and entertaining picture of eight reels. It is tho dramatization of the Nolives of David and Jonathan. vember 28 will bo shown "Tho Great Miracle," Edward Cecil and Virginia Chester. No orator, bo ho tho mightiest in the land, can drive Into yours ears or awaken in tho soul of either man or woman tho mountain of thought that Is embedded in your mind after you have seen "Tho Great Miracle." ANNUAL AUTUMN FESTIVAL. Tho St. Xavler's Alumni aro cer putting on some excellent photo-play- s at St. XavIor'B Gymnasium every Sunday night. Tho tainly YOUR GETTING OLD Has this been remarked to you on account of premature gray hair, or do you keep yourself looking young? You can easily do so with UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SFCOND GUNN'S BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY VAN'S MEXICAN R HAIR CQLOR RESTORO This meritorious preparation stores the gray hairs to their original color. You will be highly pleased with the results, if not your money returned. reAt all at Beau Desert Hospital, Franco. Try Our Home Made Freih Bread, Rolls and Pastry Phono Yonr Order -- 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET Best of Confections. dealers $1.00 per bottle. After a lingering Illness Miss Catherine Broderick died Monday at Wavorly Hills Sanatorium. She was the daughter of Mre. Catherino Broderick, of T517 East Breckinridge street. Tho funeral was held from SU Brigid's church Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock. One of our leading Catholic church workers passed away this past week in tho person or Mrs. Mary of 1641 Place, who had boon Identified with church social wprk for many years. Sho was the wife of Henry T. Feldhaus, tho woll known poultry dealer. Tho funeral took placo from St. Agnes church Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock. - Phone City 0374 e.o'.ee.eeeeee.e.eeeeeeeeeeo...ej SMOKER S CIGARS ATTENTION TOBACCO 1 CIGARETTES The Kells HWDURCH, Company N. Y. Fold-hau- s, O.BTBIBUTORB "ASK YOUR GROCERS," OKMlHMtIM HMIWIttHHrtt'T OHESTEKFIED CAMELS PIBD3IONT Eighteen Cents, Two fur Thirty-fiv- e IiUCKY STItlKES SWEET CAPORAL $1.70 Per Carton. High Class Furniture AT LOWEST PRICES. taaaaajj Lace Curtains and Linoleums. : Carpets, Stoves and Ranges. lijAMES GREENE I -- 415, 417 and 419 East Market St. JaMMftMfrMt1 f t tf tttftfrftaA'AAA1'Aa FRED G. i JONES & CO. OfCOKFOKA.' 8 AS U, DOOJOS, BLINDS AND BULIAVORK. Iienlnvllle, Ky. Streok Bd A 8t. gmNQLXS LATHES FLOOKIKC LUMBER BmUMUfii Stmu Tm hA Slwttok, U to 4W K. &ffu b M. Ortk. ' "YOU'LL rtXD IT WORTS WHILI" TO SATIN A Standard Dairy Lunch House Incorporated THI fwrlatjr 1 HOUS I nncm keahokablh HL SOUTHinFTH STRKBT Sqtuw In. Middle i Bt BXOBLZiSXT OF QUALITY AKD QUAXTTTY Dlsltes, Pxstrx, Ilswe Md Pies, Cakes, Hts 4 SOUTH FOURTH OOrfKl t 8TRKKT Ker Sredmijr prompt servicb W Tailor Your Coat, Draas or Skirt t Kjuumra nnnviDUALrTT ti. WARD ,COMPAiNY IMOOiVOIUTK) 'wflj LADIES' TAILORS Tho annual autumn festival of St. AMERICAN CUT-RAT- E TOBACCO STORES BLOJV TO PREJUDICE. Paul's church, of Pleasuro Ridge INCORPORATED Park, will bo held on tho grounds Preston and Jefferson pnef of tho most remarkable things 213 West Jefferson of St. Helen's Commercial Club with Tho death of William McDonaJd, entertainment for young and old in the recent election was the great both In tho aft&rnoon and evening, victory Jn Michigan over the bigots Jr- Tuesday morning after a short A good old fashioned country tried to put over thn constltu illness came as a distinct shock to v .. tl mo young man in many won per win De serveu Dy ino iu:ea , amendment to knock out high regard. neia was tho son of Mr. Ho from 5 to 8 o'clock. Take Eight-No-3Etvc.aftjLrft.esat parochial schools. They woro de--1 and Mrs. William McDonald, of eenth street cars to tho grounds. by an overwhelming maloritv. lor Boulevard and Arcade avenue. K. OP O. STAG. Tho rnt lMior in - and was a nephew of M. J. McDer- The The local Knights of Columbus ii)in.w took place from mt. v r,., imott. Name funeral Thursday inorn- - "THE OLD ARMORY" (Incorporated) ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF ai" Holy will entertain with a stag card party church !u mt for members next Friday evening at l,$!iF;. ,wu?n ttn0 amendment was ng. Tho Interment was In St Louis SOUTH SEVENTH STREET wumu require an cemetery. the club houBe, and tho Entertain- AUTOMOBILES STORED AND, WASHED ment Coramittoe will servo refresh- - canqren Devween tno ages or ilvo monts following tho games. Prizes and sixteen years to be sent to tho SPECttl ATTEMTKM Tfl THEATEB ST8UGE 25 CTS. The funeral of Miss Margaret E. All HEN IN CHARGE EXPERIENCED. will bo awarded tho winners and public schools, Bishop Gallagihor saw McLoughlln took placo from tho 8400-IHON-M- alr. competition will bo keen between tho what it meant and ho began his family rosldenco, 1277 Willow avecard playing champs among tho great fight for his people, liko a nue, Thursday morning at 9:30 truo ehepberd of the flock. Luther o'clock and from St. Brigid's church Knights. ans and Episcopalians Joined tho at 10 o'clock. Miss McLoughlln Is BASKETBALL LEAGUE. Catholics of Michigan resisting tho survived by threo sisters, Mrs. proposed amendment, which was to Thomas Malone, Misses Alice and The Catholic Basketball League of be placed on tho ballot. A casi was Mary McLoughlln and two brothers, this city has selected the following submitted to Attorney General Gros- - Hugh and Richard McLoughlln. i Kay owons, 'resident; .dock wtep. and ho docided that tho oiucers: John Francis, Vico President; Al amendmont was unconstitutional and SUPPER AND FESTIVAL. Adolberg, Secretary, Rot. could not go on tho ballot. Then tho and Tho congregation of St. Poter Father Austin, Treasurer. K. of C, 'bigots took It to tho Supreme Court Mackln, Trinity and Bertrand are and by a bare majority tho Supremo church will entertain with a supper tho teams represented and tho Court decided it should go on the ' and turkey festival in tho school ballot. In tho meantime Grosbeck hall, Seventeenth and Southgate league win open its season on was nominated for Governor by tho .streets, next Tuesday and 7. SL1CKIN RUNNERS. and he was bitterly op- - day afternoons and, evenings. A big : posed by all bigots in Michigan ho-- shipment of Thanksgiving turkeys Tho Mackln Council Athletic Club cause of the decision ho had render- has been secured (or the occasion. has sent in to the Y. M, H. A, the ed. As election c&me on Bishop SOCIAL AND LBCTUKB. of their probable team for the lagher organized a series, of great annual Thanksgiving cross country meetings throughout Michigan, Tho Mackln organisation is minatlng on Sunday in a wonderful Rev. FAther Daniel, O. F. M., will taking up their training seriously demonstration in Detroit in which be the guest of St. Helena's Club on Monday evening, and have a squad of fifteen or more over 50,000 Catholic school children 22, la Presentation Academy out each night practicing for the marched accompanied by the Stetere Turkey Day run. The Macklns havo wno teach them. There were also Auditorium, and ae win deliver a mm a very determined bunch of run- Lutheran and Episcopalian school talk to the assembled gneets. Fol JUOJ.a 1 ... -ners, including Frank Zoehler, J. children in line. Both candidates lowing the lecture a social session McGrath, G. Donnelly. Vanshaw and for Governor, Grosbeck (R) and wm be held ana a musical pro- C. Kolfer. These fellows make no Forrlfl fD.1 warn atra'nat ihn amnnrl. unmma renuerea oy ine Hawaiian mm BTBIinillFillMll -The Ranubllcana carried Quintet bones of their belief that they will! ment. .... cop the race and are training with , Michigan by a tremendous vote and 12tl1 Grosbeck was elected by over 400,- ma HONOR THE MAYOR. this end Jn view; inapority. The bigots' aniend-tore- d So far fivo organizations havo the Y. M. H. A. event. They ment was defeated by more than The Young Ladies' Sedalky of St, -UNDER ROOT aro tho Mackln Council, Y. M. C. A., two to one, the majority la Detroit Martin's church, la reeponse to many Catholic Men's Organization of Jet--' against It being nearly three to obo. request, will repeat their recent suc- fersonville, Louisville Male High Bishop Gallagher is National Chap- - cesa the comedy HIs Honor tHe of the A. O. H. and National t Mayor." The performance will he School and the Knights of Colum-lai- a President of the Friend bus. of Irieh given in St. Martln'a Hall, Shelby Freedom. ana Gray etreets, Sunday evening, CLIfTON, ENTERTAINMENT. November 21, at 8 o'clock. The per- Wkere eke Wfcere werkc j bm THANKSGIVING FUgTIVAli. The congregation of St. Frances of formance Is under the direction of -- ae Rome church will entertain, with a Mua Roee Henley. Tickets on sale arork 1m aJr) ajtKHn The men of oocial at Clifton Hall Frankfort ave- Boniface arlk at Tonlnl'e, Shelby and Gray etreeU. Wltere tit B real fw nut and; Belleaire, nejt Thursday af- will give "their annual TbokglvlnK teraoon and evening. Refreshmeale festival and turkey diepoeal at St. NATIVE INDIAN 90NG8. Wfcere flm will lie eenred and a neaeral good j Boniface Halt ,on Monday and Tuee- Ugbtt iKwfflaWBL aay, Ktovember 22 and 23. On Montime is promieed. The Cbrifltmas of India and to Wkere rnM day evening at 8 o'clock will be the the Bengaleee; are fend e IkM ptening of the' festival and the usual hymn einginr. DAUGHTER OF ISABELLA. Uvea the "Our wfcere That's wiiMe Tuesday afternoon Father" Is eaag- - regalarly LoHtaville Council No. 84, JlM'm entertainment. after W "Ow-eMealM of Isabella, will eaterwin with at 2:30 will be an afternoon Onk ftteaf eeMM M maaa. The, imawry contained. Is . a card party next Tuesday evening', tkoee who will not be able to attend some of heae napfe elaees m TueMay evening will be NoTewber IS, at the Tyler Hotel. at night 8el IaetoUed aad Htikly KeeMteae , 9 eyes though the'harme-- y "may 6a;i(-Qlek Meal Refreenmente tlll be eerved aad the t,h? ueual eaterta(nmeat and the set be at times alL that fe deelrea. tfcelr friend ttoee of th feetrral, The, men of ledtw Ib hare the, win alee serve aa eM(- hbv avaa . arrawi uiiaitMt inn.in..i....ttntt1tttllt()nit Open For Bup-'w- ho I 1 ii 1 1 Tay-feat- ed .": """" 'u ,!. rt I ,- BLUE GRASS GARAGE 535-37-39-- 41 City 1040 1 'MSSIk. - -- ue-cemb-or Wednes-Republlca- ns - Gal-11- st . cut-ru- n. No-Tem- , Xandersonl ! MaBriwiiniii . .. ."&.. f ..-.- , Sash on-'0- 00 AIX LUMBER Xjr r r .ir gm jli I Imd Where the QuicK Meal Comes In . imm PPW-a- a - aiic fr bV-tlf- ul, lfW k M tTt ajBB pr. Wkl tkjta m stock. GEHER ct SUN, w.umarket st.