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Market St. lMWHlwf rHRlS 432 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 21. as to campaign assessments ro-Uc- et mam 8ery Driver as SKort LMrinWt Taricat 1 Trmftf Incorporate tt VOLUME XLV.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1920 o, PRICE FIVE CENTS. od blessings on me for coming to day, evening I came home, driving seo them. Tho word went around fcom tho sea. I had been told that liko wlldtiro that an American was a house In K had making an investigation of tho de- tho night, tho Sunday been burned In aight, and we struction, and tho 'cry of the peoplo irwaoeu ujr iw ruincu wans, iiut that who gathered round me was, "What Is a common sight in towns now, is America doing? Is America go-'n-g to help us? If wo don't got help and there eeems to be some doubt from America we are lost!" And In who burned this. A little farther, at the cross roads, fact America was their hopo In mostl places I visited. thero was another ruin, M 'a, the Balbriggan I wont to smith's. His house had oArf" been From Droghoda by way of Gormanstown, burned down In tho night, "by miliand found for miles round tho peo- tary and pollco;" be and his family plo were terror stricken, I vlsltod the counties of Tipper-ar- had found shelter In the cart shed. Cork, L'morlck, Galway, CCnro It seemed so silent; we had always and Kerry. Tho towns in Tippera 7 heard the hammer of the smithy as which got tho worst wrecking wero we passed and seen the glow ef the Monagh, Tlpperary and Templemoro. tiro. And ho was such a good Tho "Black and Tans" arrived on smith. I romomVer how our best motor trucks in Templemoro about hunters used to be sent to hJm. 11 o'clock at night and, as usual, "One of his eons was said to be secfirst attacked a liquor storo. A barrel of whisky was rolled Into tho retary to a Sinn Fein Committee." street, the head knocked In and tho Today M. L. came to ask for sand "boys" drank their fill. Then the for the building up of B 'e bouse y, by tho Republican machine among tho firemen and city employes. Len Haffenbreldel, George Campion, John Bourke and John Markweol, &rv-- i jr tho four firemen who resigned the ,i - tv.r past week becauso they objected to i4 being human checkers has called BEFORE ASDJ AFTER TAKING.; Applaud Actfm,xot Wohsch Dcmo-crat- e tho public's attention to the smooth methods 'of tho Republican adminisWho Wero Not Fooled tration, which professing opposition . rait .c ' By Bingham. to claim shaving nevertheless beats 1317 ,92 the devil around tho stump by F camnalra assessments and I TAX PATE ''. K t TAX RATG Republican organ subscriptions by' a slickor method. How surprised Messrs. Burllngame and Selllgman I 70 PERCENT I Mas Democrats Not Courageous were to hear that theso firemen had 100 PERCENT 'Wm ' , been contributing so mo of their L ASSESSMENT Haougk to Dcnonnco Ills I.AP5E53MEMTJ ' , hard earned wages to tho RepubliUltimatum. can machine, and what a surprise it was for them to hear that one of I the firemen, Campion, had to de"I WILL IVE YOU mand his money back from the maNear Mayor Smith Holds Record of chine collector, who was hanging right at the door of the Board of ! - Highest Tax Rat la City's Safety office. 'TIs said tho Board History. of Underwriters are objecting to the wreck of what was once a competent fire department, and a little investigation is being made by the IXXJAIj CROOICS MAKI3 MERRY. Underwriters on their own hook. Why not summon Chief Nounsch-ivandand ask him if ho knows anything about a request to seo how these discharged firemen voted That the women In politics are in tho recent election. Wo'ro going to offer another sugmore astute than the men is proven of Police Lud fey the action of the gathering of gestion to Chief Petty, who is taking an actlvo Inthe Lomocratlc women In the Hotel last Saturday. Judge terest in Bible class work, and is Robert W. Bingham, owner ot the going to lead the Bible class parade Courier-Journand Times, was an today. For several months the invited guest and the ladles expect- Chief has been addressing Bible 1 ed mat as the proprietor ot sup- classes telling his audiences what posedly Democratic papers he would wonderful police his Keystoners deliver some good old Democratic were and then tho next day some ot doctrine and pledge his support to his hearers would find out that they tha ladies In helping to deliver the had been robbed during tho night, uepubi can misrulo next or either they would read a whole c year. in But bo did nothing of the list of robberies in tho morning and k.au, dei.venng a talk very much ovening papers, and could only suralong Independent lines, and said It mise of the many robberies that the was the duty ot everyone to sup- press bureau of the Keystone police Candidate Smith in 1917 Denounced the Democratic Tax Rate port a "good Republican" if he or wouldn't let tho public hear ot. was the Last Sunday the Chief lectured tho of $1.76, but now as Mayor Doesn't Explain Present Rate of $1.98. she though tho Republican tost man for the office. This is the Bible class of tho Salem Reform "Howdy Ed," who had entlment expressed by all reform- church with. ers and renegade Democrats when Just returned from a "celebration" they are preparing to knife tho at Lexington. The Keystone comticket In other words it Is a edy cops and tho near band were preface to running out or bolting present In large numbers and heard tho ticket. Did the ladles fall for their .praises sung by the Chief. this buncombe? They did not. And Following tho talk came the news and Times own- ot tho following robberies: the Courier-JournS. Weinberg, tho tailor at 1204 er was Jumped on with both feet by tho good Democratic women West Walnut street, has his shop present, one lady. Miss Emily Hunt, cleaned out. Enterprising burglars vbaracterlzlng Bingham's talk as cleaned out tho home of Frank "po.son" and sa.d that thore was Schuckman, of 801 South Thirty-eight- h street, to tho tune of $479. never so good a Republican that his equal could not be found in tho Mrs. W. F. Edlln, ot Lynnhurst Democratic ranks. Other women avenue, and Mrs. A. E. Lootfler, ot present denounced the speech and East Gray street, had their purses Of the Reign of Terror, Murder and Crime jm Ireland by Black and Tan Ruffians With the majority present registered taken in broad daylight. A dozen Sanction of Lloyd George, and English Government. their disapproval of the treasonable homes were burglarized in tho Democracy as expressed by tho Highlands, right In hearing of the U Courier-Journand Times owner. Keystone Highland Pollco Station. hero Is where the women, Earl Schwab, of Barringer avenue, . Now Democrats demonstrated that they had his home robbed right after TimHcalr, International Labor Leader Returned and Gives Graphic Deccriplien ere smarter and more astute poli- supper time. J. O. Eltf, ot West Demo-crat- e. Market of the Crimes arid Scenes He Pcnonally Witnessed. street, lost $100 worth of ticians than their brother In tho campaign of 1919 Jewolry in the drive. Patriotic burtomo ot the gentlemen interested in glars stolo the LIborty bonds ot reorganizing tho Democratic party George Hummel, of Greenwood aveconceived the Idea of inviting Judge nue. Jesse James bandits held up TREATMENT OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN WORSE THAN BARBARIANS Bingham to a friendly gathering of tho grocery store proprietors and Democrats in the Tyler Hotel, patrons of Aaron Hanish, ot 1227 thinking that their personal invita- South Eighteenth street. Mrs. H. tion and friendlinoss would bring Wlllott was blackjacked by a color(Timothy J. Hoaly, International th'oro are only three dally .papers InfBult was tlTat 750 men. fully armed and Times ed Republican at Sixth and Broadthe Courier-Journowner in line for tho Democratic way. The store of R. A. FIhe, at President ot tho Brotherhood ot Sta the country that, up to that time, and with motor lorries, petrol, hand State and county ticket. Tho big Fourth and Hill, and the drug storo tionary Firemen, and fraternal dele- had published tho facts of tho de- grenades and trench bombs, arrived in Balbriggan at midnight. crowd assembled gave tho Judge an of Leon Abraham, of First and gate from tho American Federation struction of life and proporty, The news was camouflaged so that Then hell broke loose In Balbrigovation when he rose to make his Broadway, were rifled In tho cru- of Labor to tho British Trades ot the principal little address, and all were predict- sade of tho crooks. James Collins, Union Congress, returned Sunday on it would appear that It was the Sinn gan. Thlrty-tlv- o ing that ho, being flattered by his of Cincinnati, who ''came to the the steamer Kalserln Augusto Vic- Felnora who were doing the destruc- houses and stores of tho little town wore blown to atoms, and the Balreception, would pledge his support races, was touted Into giving $24 toria. Ho brought back a graphic tion. On my first arrival in Dublin 2 briggan hosiery factory on tho outand the fighting support ot his two and his watch to two negro holdup description of conditions in Ireland papers. But he did nothing of tho men. ' as he saw them. His original plan had been Introduced by Mr. Fred skirts of tho town was burned to Now this is not a complete list, to land at Queenstown was upset by DeMont, the American Consul, to tho ground. This factory employed kind and in a cool, deliberate man-- 1 ncr told tho Democrats that "tho but it leads us to bellovo that tho British order preventing pas- Colonel Wilson, of the Intelligence several Tiundred peoplo, mostly Democratic party would win when Chief Potty is on tho wrong trail In senger vessels from calling at that Department, of tho Government.! jrirls. Tho house of Mr. Gibbon, a young it deserved to win." Tho rest is giving Bible class lectures to regu port. "He was forced to remain on That afternoon I called on tho Gen history. Tho talk was a prelude to lar church attendants and wo offer tho vessel until she reached" Liver- eral at Military Headquarters and farmer, who resided with his widow-- , his bolting the ticket, and he knifed him tho following suggestion gratis:' pool, where he took a steamer to discussed the Irish situation with ed mother and three sisters, two of the ticket, his .ropers harassing the Why not start Biblo classes for tho Dublin. He got his first tasto of tho General and members of his whom were invalidated, was visited. staff, including Chief Inspector Gibbons got out of bed and opened Democratic N campaign committees big army of crooks in our midst militarism when bo reached Smyth, of the Royal Irish Constabu- tho door; then the visitors rushed and doing everything possible to, aid and see if ho can't persuade them lary and a Major who previous to upstairs. Gibbons asked permission (By Timothy Ilcaly.) Tobo Hert and his candidate 'Mor- to sec the error of their sinful and My first visit to Ireland lasted the war had served for twenty years to take an invalid sister, who was row, who all roalizo now is a wicked ways. What a throng would sitting at tho top of the stairs, bo present It they all would re- twolvo days, most of whclh time I with the British Army In India. "lemon" Governor. Tho discussion, at somo points, away. She had lost hor crutches in When Bingham finished his bolt- spond. Gypsy Smith's revival rec- stayed In Llmorlck and surrounding was rather heated. At ono point of tho excitement. ing address at tho Tyler none ot the ords would bo broken. Wo hope country. Ono of tho demons said, "We'll men present called his band, in- the Chief will try it, as It Is a cinch In Limerick I learned that during tho argument Inspector Smyth told stead they all meekly turned tho our poor unsophisticated tho week preceding August 15, me that tho lite ot a policeman was attend to her," then .pushed hor other cheek for him to smite. So and conductors are not going which is a groat Catholic holy day worth tho life of any four men In with hls Coot, threw her to the botnow it comes as pleasant tidings to remedy tho situation. As pollco in Ireland, known os Ladles' day, Ireland, and tho gentleman from In- tom of the stairs, whore she was s Keystonors, and thero were services In all Catholic dia stated that the only euro for trampled upon. that the women Democrats wore not they 'are Gibbons was dragged across the awed or fooled by the Judge and real comody artists to the crooks. rhurches and prayers said for the Sinn Feinism was to tako them out, g they served notice on him Immeand saving ot the country Uno them up against a wall and street to the police station, where .ho diately that they will construe his was asked to tell all he knew about shoot them. from destruction. MACKIN COUNCIL, Y., M. L actions as deliberate bolting and to The General was more guarded in tho Sinn Fein movement In the These services were concluded at though bo ad- town. Ho denied knowing anything. add to his discomfiture thoy paid 1 o'clock on August. 15 and at 2 his conversation, their respects in strong terms to On Sunday morning, November 28, o'clock the pollco and "Black and mitted that It was tho duty of the He was prodded with bayonets and Bingham's boon companion Tobe the membors of Mackln Council will Tans" visited tho homo ot two young pollco and military to shoot down bogged of his tormentors to bo men; The action ot tho wpraen attend the 8 o'clock mass and ap- men who had been "on the run." everybody who war connected with to put down their rifles, untie his Hert. should prove as an lncentlvo to tho proach holy communion in a body at ("On tho run" means keeping out what he termed "the murder gang." hands, and that ho would fight men and they should take courage St. Cecilia's church. All members of sight of the police and military.) From Dublin I went to Balbrig-ga- them three at a time. and ot tho council are .urged to be presand let the Courier-JournThe murders and destruction Instead they battered Ills face The father of these young men, Times owner know that it he con- ent at St. Cecilia's church on the being unable to give an account of in that town are probably the worst with tho butt ends of rifles and fiabove date, as this is the annual the boys, kerosene was thrown over that have occurred anywhere In Ire- nally struck him a heavy blow on cludes to "bushwhack" or knife the Democratic ticket, they will carry memorial mass for the deceased his bouse and a match put to It; land during the past few years. the back of tho head, which dazed the fight right back to him. It Is members ot Mackln Council. Mack- his house and two others, wore burnThree or four truckloads of. him and put him out of his misery ln 'a membership team Is still on the ed to the ground. Tho fire depart- "Black and Tans" came Into the as far as pain was concerned. Some the duty of the Democratic men and women to get together and select a Job and means to win the loving cup ment was called out, and as the city about 2 o'clock ono afternoon. time later they dragged him to tho ticket that all can support, a ticket offered by the Grand Council of the horse drawing the fire hose appear- Thoy took chargo of a liquor store street and r6und tho corner about of capable and strong nominees, Y. M. I. for the council obtaining ed on the street It was shot dead. and drank and caroused for several 100 yards away and put a bayonot and then defy Bingham to attempt the largest number of members on The firemen, not relishing a simQar hours, and as1 they gotndrunk they through hU body. got out In the streets fighting to aid underhandedly the Republi- or before December 30, 1920. fate, stayed in the tire .house. The body was left thero until dayThe representative basketball can machine which has given us As tho bouses were burning the among themselves and battered each light. waa taken to the spot and 's team is rounding Into shape and it "Black and Tans" raided the nearest the worst administration In saw the blood marks. other with bottles and glasses. looks like a winner in the Catholic liquor store and helped themselves history. This was kept up until evening, About tho same time that Gibbons It Christmas gifts are la order at Young Men's Basket Ball League. to tho contents. They .hen went when they shot Mr. Burke, their was dragged out another gang went tho City Hall this year some one The track team is also working hard along the streets shouting, yelling own Inspector, and also his brother, to the house ot Mr. Lawless. Lawought to give near Mayor Smith a for participation in t.he Thanksgiv- and cursing, and calling on the Sinn Sergeant Burke. less rushed down In his bare feet face to bo given by Felners to come our and fight. copy ot bis speeches In the cam- ing Those of them who were the less tho door and he was dragged paign ot 1917, when he denounced tho Y. M, H. A, and will no doubt Thai night they had to their intoxicated sought to put the blame into the street. He asked permistho high Democratic tax rate ot give a good account o themselves credit the wrecking of over 100 ot the murders on the Sinn Felners. sion to go back and put on his shoes $1.78, his platform being "Economy on Turkey day. The race is to be houses. Carey's road, a street ap- Ot course it .was Impossible for the. and the reply was, "You'll need, no and Lower Taxes," and this motto held In Cherokeo Dark on Thanks proximately a quarter of a mile Sinn Felners 'to do It, as the streets shoes by the time wo are through was plastered on the walls and bill- giving morning at 9 o'clock and the. long, all houses, mostly were full of "Black and Tans." with you." And they mdov good boards, while. in the street cars one public is Invited to attend. the homes of the poorer class ot However, the "Black and Tans" their word. was contronAd withy a picture of working men, was wrecked. Ivwent withdrew and west to Gormanstown, Lawless was tied by the arms to "Smithy" and his plea for lower through that street two weeks later eight miles away, the training camp two "Black, and Tans" and the proMINIMUM WAGE LAWS. Today under his "economitaxes. and there were only six houoee in of the "Black and Tans." cess of making him confess was re- cal" administration we have a tax n I might here say that Gormans- - sorted to. His wife and eight Minimum wage laws for women tHe street to my knowledge that rate ot $1,98, and the malls are bava long' been sought by Catholic were not wrecked. was the American aviation dren. and his mother, eighty-twaelHtred with valentines Irpm lie From Limerick I went to New- field ha Ireland, and when the Amer- - years of age, were brought down to Assessor's office, notifying taxpay- organizations and individuals. Rev. castle West1,, where I saw the streets kana withdrew they left the field, witness the performance. Two of givV. O'Hara was Instrumental were shot up, doors and windows buildings, and equipment to the h's children were suffering from Edwin ers that their assessments afe ing a b'g boost while officially It In obtaining a minimum wage law shattered, and several house blows British Government, who turned It j measles. The poor old mother had Dr. John A. Jlyan has to atoms by bombs. ie stated that all anncoomoiits will In Oregon. Into a tra'ning camp and school for to witness the spectacle, and a e I then returned to England and he 100 per cent. How about some long advocated minimum wage laws "Btack and Tans" recruited In flan standing by s'ad "Now. you old of our civic ,clutw or good govern-,we- and was active ta tho work In the attended' the Trades Union Congress, Engfona. It Is not "known what see your beautiful son! Why The Bishops' and met and talked with leading numbers' ot them have been sent don't his Sinn Fein friends come out bodle ask'ng the near Mayor District ot Columbia, about his promises ot 1917 com- Program of. Social Reconstruction labor men of England, and with there, but according to a, Scotland and rescue hm?" 9 0ft were recruited in pared r'th his TrforreancM In Issued shortly after the war said many public men, deluding Yard t, .He too was taken to th station I that "the several States should en? Minister AsquHh, and learned the month of September last houoe.and was put out ef his mfsorv Thou who went down to Balhrlg- - shout 4 oVlock Jn the morning bv v What a beautiful thing to behold act laws providing for the establish- that the great mawM of the . jwopte rates that wiM b frf England, Scotland vand Watas Kan' that is the Innocence ot Pattl BHrltnrame ment of w that tho dr'vlnr a bayonet through kt throat and Joe Sejltxman. ot tho Board of adeqvat tor (b. decnt Individual knew Mttle or to thing as to th true 1b7 ftg and MnMM had b and severing th wndnfp, " tsioty, .wta yroiasa utter itternc support of filial wrkrt." eondlUoM of affairs to Iralaad,- w mnntarad by . The r- - j Mrs, Lw1m, the widow, shower- - DEMOCRATS I " col-lecti- :W jW I y i -- cr Seol-fc&- ch al 09i iTi ill . j 'iS' al AMERICAN CIUZEN'S STORY . al Jt al Lim-oric- k.) first-clas- yell was ralsed "Up and at them, Black and Tans." Within one hour the main street of tho city was wrecked from end to end. Mr. Kiely's dry goods store, one ot the best equipped in Ireland of'ltsjdnd, was destroyed. Wreckers wore dressed in women's wearing aprareJ and danced in the street to tho music of a guitar. They visited n houso where a woman had been waked; marched round the coffin playing the guitar and singing. Many towns In tho county of Cork have been wrecked, the worst damage having beenr done In Mallow, Bandon. Fcrnioy and Cork city. When Queenstown was attacked the British Admiral put marines ashore, threatening tho wreckers that if they did not desist from destruction no would turn his guns on thorn. Tho Admiral undoubtedly s"aved Queenstown frora destruction. On tho evening of November 1, about 5 Vclock, Mrs. Ellon Qulnn, twenty-thre- e years of age, wife of a farmer living In Gorth, County Galwayr sitting at tho front of her houso playing with her baby, nine months old, was shot from a military motor truck passing' along Iho road. She was tho mother of three children, and again about to become a mother. Whe"h she cailed out that she was shot, a young man started to run across the fields for a doctor and ho was shot from another military motor truck and badly wounded. When tho doctor arrived, nearly four hours after, tho woman had almost bled to death. In Clare, among tho towns badly wrecked wero Ennistlmon, Lohinch and Mllltown Malbay. In Ennlstdmon a man's houso bad been set on tiro and as the man camp out ho was shot dead, after being questioned Dy ino ' umcK anu Tans." They picked up tho body and threw it Into the flames, where It was burned to a crisp. Tho following figures speak tor themsolvcs: In the first nlno months of 1920 tho Government made 4,000 arrests and raided, and in, somo cases looted and destroyed, over 24,'uOO towns had houses, while eighty-nin- e been sacked and upward of one hundred creameries and other industrial plants destroyed. That Is what brought about tho assassination of policemen and soldiers. Where Is tho man who Is going to stand down and see his home destroyed or see his father or brother assassinated If ho has a weapon to defend them with. Mrs. O'Dwyer, whose two eons bad been pulled out of bed and assassinated by the military, was standing with her blind husband by tho bodies of the boys when tho newspapermen arrived, and hor comment was: "Thank Godi They died for their country!" From the abovo It can bo seen that Ireland Is In a doplorablo condition, andt it is liable to bo worse. Tho Government, being unablo to break the national spirit, has mow resorted to tho shutting down of tho railroads, so as to starve the peoplo Into submission. If tho United States and other clvlMzed peoples do not call a halt on Lloyd George and his present Cabinet, Ireland, I fear, is doomed to destruction. well-bein- ENGLISH Writer's Diary Tells Story of the ' Present Situation 1b Ireland. n. al Miseries and Sufferings of Women and Cltlldrcn TrulyvDo- plctcd. Louis-vllle- I n cross-countr- y Black and Tan Ruffians Given Free License to MHrdcr and Pillage. one-irtor- y SOME UNBIASED TESTIMONY. chll-towo ruf-th- pt 1 ex-Prl- re-or- 19.19-1928- ' " -- rrprtl - ffn The English Tororrlsm which the dally life of tho Irish people even in "a qulot part of Ireland not dominated by extremists" Is strikingly shown by the diary of "a distinguished writer and Irish landlord," republished In th.'s country by the Friends of Irish Freedom National Bureau of Information. record ot a Ths matter-of-faweek's events in a small Irish m originally published In the NaMcm, of Londrvn. (3 as follew: 28. YMterday, Mon peoeJl. over-shadoct com-munlt- y 8ptnbr B , burned also on tlhe Sunday night by military and polico. Thoy had come to look for ono of the sons and ho was not there. Then they told B to take what mopey he had out of the house, and had Get fire to it. There were children In the house. M has taken two of them to his. Thoy my 0 would have been burned on Saturday by drunken soldiers arriving from E , but throe of tho old polico restrained therif. September 30. I was qulto ill, could not eat or sleep, after that bomecom'ng, the desolation of that burned forgo, and all one hears. E. M.'s beautiful little village hall burned down. G coming to work at the vinery from G , says that on Monday night two lorries of military came Into tho town firing and shooting, and the peoplo brought out their furniture from their houses, expoct-In- g tho burnings to begin. and police and military burned B 's house, an officer with them, but was there e'er a gentleman among them." October 1. B. No post today. Old Patrick F working for me says: "Thero d'd two car loads of tho como Into G yesterday ovening. They wero a holy fright shooting and firing, They broke into houses and searched them, and they searched tho peo-rin tho street, women and girls that were coming out from the chapol, and that came running down our street In dread of their life. Then they went Into S s to drink, and got drunk thero it is terrible to let them do that. Look at I 's, they burned all the bedding In tho houso' and "ev'ory bit ot money "he bad, and nlno acres ot wheat and oats. Thoy would have burned tho hay, but thoy didn't seo it. At B 's they kept the boys Tunning up and down, tho road-t.nearaa-hour-aand they all but naked while they wero chasing them up and down, and girls .nearly itho same way. It is a holy crimo; it is worse than Belgium. What call have they coming to G , that is such a quiet littlo town One of your own workmen that wont into G in tho evening with a message from his wifo Is sick was stopped near tho that town and made put up his hands and was searched." M has Just brought me back a book, "Chez Swann," that I had sent go back to Mudle's. "There woe to a regiment of soldiers with their bayonets standing at the post office door, and no one could go in, and tho shuts up as on Sundays. They wero said to be searching the letters inside. Old T is trembling, "there is no ono Is safe!" October 2 No letters yet J soys tho m'lltary opened ail tho tht camo In yesterday, that time tbejkworo at tho post office. Tho Blacind-Tan- s left lost night "Thoy searched a good many houses and found nothing,' but any .pictures they saw that had anything to do with Sinn Fein they tore and broke them. Young H was trying to slip away from them, but they fired and hit him In the thigh. Thoy went singing about the streete, 'Irishmen, como into tho parlor,' and "Who fears to sneak of Rajifni. Wnnirf There wore not three peoplo in G went to bod ere last night, but sitting up though tho night time keeping the lights quenched. V , that was a policeman's son from tho neighborhood, was tho officer over the a tall young follow. Ho was wearing a white cloth over his face, and holes cut in it for the eyes. The house was searched 'twice, whore X lives that killed V 's father last year with a blow of a hurl but that was acquitted1, but f or manslaughter. They are thinking he wants his revenge. says It would have been But S Worse but for V being In It, he has friends ho would not wish to In tho town." harm "The reason for B 'e bouse being burned was, that ho had driven cattle on Lord 's property at D , and tho pollco say thoy heard shots there one night. There are othors living near that say there were no shots fired. It was 1 o'clock In tho night time they burned tho bouse and the wheat find the oats a slated , bouse and as well furnished as any houso you could see. The boy thoy wero looking for was Jn it, and they covered him with their revolvers, eight of them, holding them to his head and hla body, but the officer said, 'We can, do enough harm without killing him,' and they began tho burning" says the J. M fired thirty shoto at H , but only ono hit. In the shoulder; and that they broke all the, pictures and furniture In B 's shop. says: "They stole ipieee Old P ot tweed from J 's shop, and a gold necklace and watch from a house on Church street. V , their offfcer, matin them put back the tweed, but the .watch .and" the necklace they brought away. They drank In every bar, and went about drunk In the evening, shouting and singlnr. Savaged they were a holy tefrer." October 5. Our censored tottora have coma one torn aerocs. 'one marked, word obliterated wftfc bin "Back-ond-Tans at '4 Black-and-Ta- le or U lf, let-to- rs Block-and-Tan- s, -- itt Black-and-Ta- - If JKJE&ST'X'TJOKrV XTfcXfS i . JSTElPrxijJUSk.- u" - ' ' l"-,"- '' ' J i KtNT.U6Ky IRISH AMERICAN. Dialed d CthoSa by Anrient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's Officially Indorsed Institute and Catholic Knights of America. to ttHtHiHtTtHirHW the PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Socltl and Mor.l Advunwoient ol Irkh Amtrkin Ask Your Grocer For ttttto Home Phone Cky23fl3 . A. EDW. A. AXMAN POPULAR PRICE TAILOR will i ' KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO.. Ineofporttcd. jPubltsherB SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR. S1NOLE COPY 5c Bntcrcd at the Louisville Pottofllce Second-Clm MMter. 319-32- 1 iissfm All CMBiwnlcatlfln's to tlw KESTUCKT IRISH AMERICAN. Wnt UHflf Strwt. qffit APES If ' K'l'igjM COUHCIU NICK'S -- 15c RAISIN LOAF c15w Order your Fall Suit and Overcoat now. Tho woolen mills makn no reductiou in prices; there will sure be a shortage. MS UP.STAIRS STORE Whallen Building, 322 We.t Jefferson Street' LOUISVILLE, KY REPUDIATE ..SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1920 Belgium during tho war. Today i, this samo sniveling hypocrlto Is or- derlng the wholesale murders of men, women and children in land, and is bent on tho extormlna- tion of a pooplo whoso solo crime i that they are striving for liberty nn,i freedom. Iro-dla- FRENCH MASONS. The Tasty, Healthy Bread Made With Delicious "SutvMaid" Raisins PHONE 2635 PULS DRY CLEANING CO. Franco and tho Grand Orient their the Nick's Raisin Loaf is wrapped actions boing based on the alleged , Emma Goldman, writes from wrapper ovens in a sanitary wax-papatheistic tendencies of tho French Potrograd, Russia, that she and her follow Socialists and anarchists aro ordora. Cleatv-Bake- d Cleanr-Sol- d is a concrete example of not being treated well by 'tho Soviet "Hero XVB MAKE A SPECIALTY OF ono Masonic Lodgo of one nation re- government, and 'that thoy aro suffusing to recognize a Masonic Lodge fering for tho necessities of life, of another nation becauso tho latter which they had and enjoyed in this One strange request sho Is atholstic. Now It tho Masons country. thomselvos refuse to affiliate with makes is ifor soaip, as wo always QUVLfTY AKD SERVICE OUR MOTTO. other Masons on account of athe- thought that bomb 'throwers and IIMIMIIM t t istic tendencies can they blame tho anarchists wero not very keeu for Catholic Church for. denying recog- cleanliness. title FREE LECTURE BY ..... ... Man" Sue Schenck Is the ,... of ... LET US TALK THOSE TEAVEUNa NEEDS OVER WITH YOU .. nition to Masonry and prohibiting . ,, .. on Tlianksglvlng day la a da or ? Its mombera Joining its ranks DR. PAUL L. BLAKELY PH. D., account of Its atheism and antagon- thanks for some becauso it means Ca rf scilon.Ck, and 0f Phllpot, the end of the football season and Grandpa Schmuck is the proudest ism? man in itheso parts. "The trouble between the Church the rah rah boys. New York SCO SOUTH FOURTH AVE OPPOSITE POSTOFFIOE and Masonry began In. Italy when Paul Bowling is ' passing out Our Idea of a gamo or foolhardy smokes to the-- boys on account of control Phone City 6827 Main 1676-- J tho Grand Orient came into ATSFELBAOi AUDITOR1UN and ruled out all reference to Christ candidate is one who would want the arrival of a little boy at his Manufacturers of Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases, and Dealers SUNDAY NOVEMBER 21ST AT 8 P. M. In Its proceedings, especially In tho to run on a League of Nations plat-- J home, In Leather Goods form after tho recent landslide, prayers for deceased brethren. The marriage of Miss Anastasla ON SMITH-TOWNE-R EDUCATION BILL REPAIRING A SPECIALTY LOUISVILLE, KT. "While there had been somo fricalsh to Dr. Martin Klrwan will BLAKELY LECTURE. tako' ptaco next Tuesday afternoon tion before that time there was no TIMELY, INTERESTING, IMPORTANT SUBJECT at 3:30 o'clock In. St. Louis Ber- general denunciation by Papal Bull nmmmmmKmmnnummmMiammmmamMmmmMmmmmm In order to accommodato tho 1827-2Church that lnreo attendance expected tho lee-- 1 trand'a church. Tho until FORGOTTEN. SOLDIERS novor will and never can compro-mis- o turo by Paul L. Blakely, Ph. D., on If MM sue Scanlan ,of West Broad-th- e bill, for tomorrow way entertained the U. N. I. Club with thoso who deny Christ, A warning to Americans that tho was promptly said to all hor children, evening at 8 o'clock, which Issue an at ner homo with tho following o war Is being too easily forgotten was as week's Misses Mary Caura-t- sounded by William J. McCInley, Sumany eminent Catho- nounced in our last Knights of Co- - guest3 present: Evors, Outside,' and be given at tho isgar, Anita Julia Bohon, BkvTT lics, Hke tho great Daniel O'Connell lumuus Hall, will be given Instead Adello nolsert, Mary Catherine premo Secretary of tho Knights of SHOCK auditorium, vaughan, Mildred Menno, Mary Cata Colucbus, on his Yoturn to Now at tho Seolbach Hotel himself, left tho Masonic order. nwriw.iT ABSORBERS York aftenan Inspection tohr of K. mucn tonia forFrontaniRtar "Tho Church In her action stood seatingnoor, wmen nas aBlakelylargor ormo cudahy, Catherine Hamilton, of C. wolfaro activities throughout is a Lollyn Durrett, Evelyn Vetter. capacity. Dr. eiforSComuf 25 PER CENT. COAL SAVING Service Siiitlmi en the words of 'tho Scripture: "Ho the West. dulCofi. 2( all, xxtwrxy of national reputation. His jgga rj0n Margaret Brocar and "There arc indications everywhere who denies Mo before men I will subject is a timely ono, as tho prnnces Loulso Weber. Combustion Engineering and Furnace Repairing that wo havo been too ready to tako KY. HASSLER SALES CO.bill is now .rending in deny him before my Father who is jmss Frances G. Shouso, of Lex-a- ll it for granted that normal pwi'o tho Senate. Ho should be heard by in heaven.' City 2712 Phones Main 2173 our City 8381 521-2- 3 COUItT PLAOI3 Main 1050 citizens who' aro in any way became the brldo of Lourio conditions would return without half "Many excellent meot them terested in our schools, whether par- - j. Biakoly, of Covington, "vVednes-ont- s, going to work to"Thpusands of mon HC33TOSCfiBcTfflgfflHgraBKg Maway," ho said. Americans aro members- of tho teachers or tax payors. There day morning at St. Peter's church, sonic order. It is pleasing to see will be no chargo whatovor. All are Lexington, with a nuptial mass at 9 who saw service during the war havo not yet renewed their civilian Ladies are es- - o'clock, Rev. Fathor Biakoly, BETTER SHOES FOR O VOLT 11 PLATE $20.00 most of tho Grand Lodges in this cordially Invited. comfort. welcome Attendance at or 0t tho groom being the officiating life with securityasormuch now They 0 VOLT 13 PLATE 9S.1.00 LESS MONEY country repudiating tho atholstic tliat need help just this locturo will help ono to becomo clergyman. 12 VOLT 7 PLATE 930.00 they aro In tho. thJsk of the battle Grand Orient. A completo knowl acquainted with this Important billi for a livelihood as fliey did when SPALDING SHOE CO. mj edge of its atheistic workings was and to discuss It with interest and jiary Martin and Chostor II. thoy wero In the trenches winning P. O. B. Detroit Out of tho High Rent District the rovoaled to all American Masons intelligence. Tho change from audi- - genrador will bo united in marriago tho war. That's All For Two Years C. Hall to tho Seolbach Tuesday at SL 'John's church next who wero In Europe during the K. of was EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. "Tho Knights of Columbus emTho only battery guaranteed uncondimaio in tno lasi aay or morning. Itov. Fathor Francis J. groat war. We published ono bitter torlum it Is hoped that tho change Martin, assistant pastor St Patrick's ployment bureaus, located In strat- Open Evenings Until Nino O'clock HHStfHrojjsjH tionally for two years. Instead of "adjust-ment,- " two, and country, egic points throughout the you got a now battory, thus elimidenunciation from an American will bo noted, church and a brother of tho bride-to-b- onablo us to knew something of the nating all repair work. win officiate at the marriage. real economic conditions ot tho of high Army Captain, a Mason MOBILE K. C. SCHOOL.! Miss Martin is a daughter of Mr. standing. Ho was 'astonished to Yon Can't Burn It Up Yon Cant. nothing States. COMING EVENTS. and Mrs.. Albert F. Martin, ot 2026 Unitedpessimistic While It Is not enabout, it Is Overstrain It to bo find, ho bald, 'that $ho Masons in Ton nationalities aro represented West Broadway, and tho .prospective couraging. It is becoming more and Franco did not even boliove in God SERVICE AT 3 Turkey festival groom is a prominent young man In more difficult to place service men, In the enrollment of the Knights At Novombor Columbus night school which Is beof St. Patrick's church in hall, Six commercial life. and openly admitted it' oven those with distinguished rec- ing conductod in St. Vincent's acad"The turn things 'havo now taken teenth and Market. ords, In worth while Jobs. We liavo emy, Mobile, Ala. James H. Glen-noMiss Paulino Russell, daughter of decided to .increase as much as posNovember 23 Fall entertainment in referenco to Masonry how"ihow v supervising principal. 425 SOUTH THIRD STREET, LOUISVILLE, KY. for St. Louis Bertrand church debt Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Russell, will" be- sible tho scope ot tho Knights of nations from which pupils Tho ten well Justified was tho action of the and BuUding Fund in Bortrand Hall, come the Bride of Ewell Clements, are atDistributors for Kentucky and Soatbcrn Indiana Columbus technical and ouslnoss tending the school are as followsl Church, at tho tlmo she took it." of Unlontown, next Tuesday, tho schools." aftornoon and evening. Main 699 or City 8226 England, Holland, Finland, Sweden, West Indies, Russia, Canada, Iroland Berth's chuh WOMEN" INTERESTED. FOCH CONDEMNS SHIMMY. AAAAAAaaaaaaaAAAA'AAAAAaaoaaAAAAaaAAAAAaaaaAAAA SL Ann'a church, aftornoon and and Nova Scotia, . Mk. ovenlng. .V215 students ranging in t There S. AcMey returned this Mrs. W. stopped a shimmy, ago from aro Marshal Foch. onroll-e- d Tho returns irom the recent elecsixteen to slxty-flv- o November 23 Autumn festival week ifrora Dubuque, Iowa, whore rorhaps- unwittingly, in tho danco in tho school, and eleven courses tions show that the women partici- of St. Paul's church, Pleasure Ridge, sho attended the christening of hor hall ot tho Hotel Rltz in Paris. Ho for tlio 8lok and thoso who nurse fact that grandchild. Rose Mary TVlcknam, nad' been a guest at dinner ot Ignace are bolng taught. Of the number enpated in largo numbers in every at St. Holen'B Commercial Club. you Know mo meulctn.) prescribedtho alck lies In tho prepared by your doctor in daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James W. and Mrs. Padorewski, with ucn. rolled eighteen are women, while ono py wn conxoieHtloUHly ctiuipouud prescriptions, State of tho Union, and although AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaA A AAA Wlckham. Mrs. Wickham was formarried couple attends. No tuition Woygand being specialists In tlmlr work. After the first tlmo in many places, the merly Miss Rosalie Delancy, ot the' party and others; to tho dinner Is charged. Although conducted undance der tho auspices of tho Knights of walked over y Phono us any hour of tho day or night. We will call for suffragettes took to voting like the Louisville. i hall wnere a shimmy was in inn Columbus, tho school la and deliver your wants. pavverblal duck takes to water. The The no record of- creeds being .kept. The marriago of Miss Ethel Tor- - tremor.over theold Marshal knit his woman in politics marks a new era HfcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAfc pey brows antics of tho women and John Oriftln will) (take place In tho dance, although ho tried to It is said that all 'creeds and no STOJHME& J country and tho women who in this represented among Edward J. Aud left for Hammond, m st. Louis Bortrand'H church next act as If ho liked them. A tho creed at all aro , SKCOND AND CHESTNUT its pupils. wlM come fonvard'to leadership will Ind., having heen hero on a visit to Wednesday morning at G o'clock, frown gathered Mr. Padorewski City 355-3- 37 Tho courses Include bookkcoping, Main 0102 Very Rev. Father Hoonan ito aot be tho pioneers In the suffra- - the fall races. smilingly explained to the Marshal stenography and typewriting, Span Day and Night 8crvlce FoUowing the marriage ceregetto movement. Many of the wo that the shimmy was an American lsh, mechanical drawing, account Miss Margaret Kelly, of Hawes-vlll- mony Mr. and Mrs. Oriftln will tako product. k AA A A A A A A A A Al tAAAAAAAAl men first interested wero only so ancy, salesnian&hip, electrical engi I stho giicst of Mr. and Mrs. a bridal tour through the Bast- "Ah, I saw much more wonderful neering, navigation aird auto me because of a tad, and nad no real John Thixton. products than that at St. chanics. Miss Flora. Traut and Thomas J. American heart In their work. Tho now leadwas Mihiel and In addition to tho school an emL. Shorley Cunift loft Sunday Cook wore united In marriago Wed- the quick rejoinder. ers will como from the ranks of the night on a business trip through nesday morning at St. Frances ployment bureau 1s maintained by Tho Marshal's words wore flashed tho Knights of Columbus at tho K. Supplies-Constructi- on storo girls, tho business women and Eastern Kentucky. church, Crescent Hill, the ceremony across the brilliant dancing hall, and being, performed by Rev. Father thero was no more ebimmying that of C. hall, G02 Government street, those who wero tho power In their John Ai Hughes is Secretary of both Thomas Higgins, ot East Jeffer- Vincent, C. P. Miss Teresa' Traut, evening. reepectlvo homes. Universal Light and Power Installation. tho school and tho employment buson street, has returned homo after sister of tho brldo, and Vincent reau. Although tho bureau was es Lighting Greonwoll wero the attendants. The HEAR MACBWINEY'S 1V1DOW. sovoral weeks stay in Detroit. Fixtures. House Wireing. Portable Lamp. TRIBUTE TO OATIIOLTCS. its n vottUflttl rfif RM1 flVAtlllA tablished primarily for tho benoflt of Hugh Morgan. ot this city, has and .hae a host ot friends, while Mr. Crystal Electrical Washing Machines. . . MacSwiney, widow of exsorvlco men, who aro glved preferonco, civilians applying for work Victor Berger, the Socialist, who gone to Macon, Ga., wnero no wm.cook. the groom, is a prominent theMrs. Muriel Lord Mayor otof Taylorsvlllo and a in Brixton prison Cork, who died through tho bureau are supplied was refused his soat in Congress bo located for some time. his, hunger In loading tobacco grower. Following strike, will start for tbo United whenever possible. two years ago after being elected Mackln Social Club will entertain the ceremony thoy left on a bridal States November 24. She will sail by the .voters of Milwaukee, was with a dance at tho club house, 344. trio to 'Cincinnati and thence to FINANCIAL STRONGHOLD. INOORPOIUTBD cablo messago streot, Thanks points East. They havo tho best on the Celtic, said a xne wjmmiuue feeatea In tho recent election; and In Nortli Twenty-sixt- h roceivea irpm ner jjy Tho Fidelity and Columbia Trust Mttin 1800 wishes of their many friends for a of Ono Hundred. h. statoment charges his defeat to the giving eve. City 807 52S WEST JEFFERSON Company, with offices at Fourth happy and prosperous matrimonial Mrs. MacSwinoy 'will testify Catholic vote. If tho defoat ot this streets, ono ot the oldCol. and Mrs. George B. Barret career. the committeo, which Is mak- and Mainstrongest is a sw a sAsViAAaiaiftsisAAisiaiisasiaastsASiffBisisTisifassas can be attributed to loft Sunday morning for Havana. VW W OfVTVVs'WWVVfWTVVVfVfVVVVVfllVWVW Instituing an impartial investigation ot tho est and the South.financial company de Cuba, where CoL Barrett' will be emtho Catholic vote then It is a This tions In B. Waldschmldt, Mlsa Eddyo W I KlaiMM , Ptm. mrI TrtH. P. lANNeN. R, NilU u4 Mmuu conditions prevailing in Ireland. hy capirm. served tribute to the voters of that ployed all during the winter season. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. The first hearing beforo the com- has always, been dlrectod Waldschmldt. of BIS West Oak mittee will bo hold noxt Wednesday. talists and business men ot known faith. ability and Judgment; its real esMWs Bessie Greenwelli has Just re- street, was united in marriage to former Governor It is turned' from a visit to her parents, Fred J. Welsnor. of Chicago, Tues Folk, expected that will preside. The tate department is In touch with of Missouri, HARD TIMES AT HAND. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Groenweu, ot day morning at C o'clock In St. Rev. James H. Colter, of Ironton, the latest, developments In property Now Haven Louis Bortrand's church, Very Rev. Ohio, who recently returned from values, and has proved ot inostima-hl- o Sswsr aaa Culvert Pips, bonofit to buyers and sellers of "J. A. Heonan officiating at the cer- Ireland, Tiw indutrlal depression at liand will bo tho first witness. Club will emony. Only the immediate family houses Banasa's Patsat Lisas Piae far Steaaa Ceaaatts, SLTTelena's will again eraphaslxo tho distinction James C. Fogarty, a law studont greater and lands. No company In higher Thanksgiving day Wall Cefi, Brala Tile, Vltrilsa IrlcK, and entertain with Tyler Hotel next were present at the ceremony atter pt Fordham. University, New York than this, Louisville stands tho trybetween tho worker who saved throughout was City, who recently spent danco at tho which a wedding breakfast three ing tlmo otand world war and the Firs Praafla, Fla Llaia, Fr Brlca tho ea who spent his alL Ono put Thursday evening. the corved at tho home of the brldo'a months with his mother in Ireland, Grata an Bailer Tile, Firs Clay, Cklsaaey Taps. that followed tbe and. tbe Rev. Fathor English, of reconstruction period financial fld' something ot rainy big prospr- - MJs Mary Catherine Rena Grant, parents. its days wniie Whitehall, Mont.,, also will testify' it hs maintainedIncreased the solidfor the ttr DR.KBLE TO LECTURE. 0PF1CE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. scope ity and largely or 721 West Oak street, entertained Dr. Max M. tEble. prominent den- on the opening day, it la expected. ot its activities. If you. desire to the other sauandwad ha In' silk: a few friends with a card party ab Thereafter sessions will ho hold, have your estate administered MAIN 807r PHONES CITY 573.1788.-CUMtist and member .ot the Knights of shirt, avtoMObllM and other lux- hor home Thursday evening. Columbus, will, deliver talk to. tbe twice dally. Witnesses, have heen exports, your property .purchased by WORKS-Tkirtes- atk or aad BresklMrldAa aad WLttk aad MaiaslU. Z uries. The saver is eontent to meet members qt Division 4, iA. 0. H;, promised immunity .from reprisals sold,, a suitable Investment for your Mies Loretto Kearns, daughter ot next Monday evening at Bertrand by either aide, British or Irish, tbe crtata will the. Bpeader, 13 filled money, anything in their wide field Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rears, ot mu Hall, and the officers of the diviswttn tear. af itiiitniuiB. vnu Aam tuif At. Haitai Sterling, 'was married to 'Joseph ion urge members to attend as the HXPLAINKD. Can confide your affairs to Hate HYFOCRmOAL OBOROE. Keller Tuesday, Rev. Father Roher, Doctor ta a pleasing and interesting and financially armor oVJtaysllck, officiating. lAa argument as to the origin ot . speaker and hl subject will' be on nunu Af evaatg In lreiaM k bagpipes had. waxed load, and long clad institution. aa important topic ot the day. between', Scotsman and an" Irhik- with m4er and araoa aath ehSef Of. Capt. and Mr. John M. Mtoyv MONDAY TURKBY DISPOSAL. ,maa, each ot whom slalmed? tha,t hl DBCKtfBKR KNTMITAINMEXTS. iva runwuu imnna trrlkmMd pwtim. Church Annual Fall Holy ea- . rsesotloa Thursday . The congregation of St. Francis own tuuniry rati proanctm ,in mi tuun- n- .f .TJoiitanank sad Mrs.. of Assise! will Inaugurate Thanks- atrumeat. UAvd deoraa m tbe moit SOBV- - i The pupils ot Presentation Aoad- Tlaally the Irishman clinched amy wWl give two entertainments giving week with a turkey disposal mental tejrpoeriW In odrn htoiery. C. C. Walla, ot Claclnntl. x NOT. during the. ,1808111 ot December,, the' Afternoon 2:30 Evening oeiebration. in the school Jiajl. 1953 natters by rsaaarkla. a 3 At ti tUwigh-ta- r: Bardetown. road, The entertain."Wall. Jhs.trats. I tbe Irish in- - ,ratrtte bs ivsn oa December S promised a lair tin. William 3. Barry and Prima MlaUtar lie OHy, ars ment wM beg at 7:10 o'clock and vented the Popas aad ikey made, a and the second oa Deeember, 19. w Slaaaor, ot Kaaaa Dairy Lunch Supper 5 to 8 MttleuMnt t te IrWta qaaation aad bar ea a rAast. aad from bar tlwy Key. father RotWieat, pastor, and prisent y ta)ai V' tk .laeta. Aad tka kail, Koarth and BrwWnrWci aa lMteg go io Florida tor tbe wtatar a the committee' In oharge invite their ike Boota the Joke street. PerformaaeM will beadnat then prateattd Btimatf . yatr All Are Welcome , 32nd and Broadway a'otoek. haartbroken oraf tho anfferings C the guaets ot Mrs. Barry' blotter. friend to be present. er Dlecusslng tho recent action of tho Grand Lodge of Masons, tho In- Catholic and Record says: "Tho Grand Lodge of Masons and Ancient Freo and Accepted Masons of America, reaffirmed the other day In Kansas City ite refusal to rocogulzo tho Grand Lodgo ofr For Sale Made on and Wednesday, Nov. 17th, at : 1 PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH YOUR GROCER TODAY Expert Cleaners 421 West Chestnut St. Men's 2 Piece Suits $1.50 Men's 3 Piece Suits $1.75 JUST PUNISHMENT. Clean Nick Warisse Baking Co. CLEANING FURS MfteMM llMMOtl tt tO$ftfrfrfr ..-- ..-- -. 1 , of TAYLOR TRUNK CO. ' 8. Smith-Town- er LEWIS DOUGLAS MORTON mfiu f3SL!g HUBER HAND STOKER Clar-lectur- or Smith-Town- er I - non-Catho- lic broth-poclal- ly . e, - 22-2- n, GARAGE EQUIPMENT&SUPPLY CO. SnS - GREAT CONSOLATION s m. uru-xtfltit- I, SOGlCT-- f n, - MoGrBJARY DRUG oftl-clat- o. o, Chateau-Thierry- ." n i - ... - Irish-Americ- an . ELECTRIC SPECIALTY COMPANY bo-fo- ro I, , .... , P. BANNON PIPE CO. J , B. I istsismstststa tsitSMisssisiaasstigti Cross , at. f i up-to-d- ttu, 150 Turkey Disposal 150 Festival Tuesday, -i . . bilR 23 t wl l'1; it e K can Red Croea is on. It began Armistlco day and will continue through Thanksgiving day, November 25. In the national enrollment 10,500,000 members arc sought whllo In Lake Division Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky a membership of, 1,500 la Iho goal. In order to carry out lis vast peace program, which embraces tasks of great magnitude both at homo and in foreign lands, tho Red Cross needs the united support of tho American people. Europe Is looking to tho Red Cross for relief during tho coming winter, when cold and hunger vrlll menace thousands, particularly In tho impoverished countries of the East. Hundreds of thousands of children in Eastern Europe aro dependent upon outeldo relief and great numbers will die during the winter unless asslstanco in some meaouro is extended. Just as tho roll call opens word oomes of tho death in South .Russia of Capt Emmott Kllpatrick, of tho Red Cross, at tho hands of the during a cavalry raid. This illustrates, in a striking way, tho service the Red Cross Is performing and how Its workers aro laying down their lives in tho line of duty. Maintenance of the disaster relief service, to which many in Lake DIvIskm owe debts of gratitude; development of tho public health nursing service and health conters and extension of homo service work are somo of tho tasks faced at home. To what extent the Red Cross will be able to moot the pressing needs in this country depends upon the response of the Amer ican ipeoplo In tho roll can. tab message of tho Red Cross was delivon ered to thousands of church-goer- s Red Cross Sunday, November 14. Prominent speakers from National Headquarters of tho Red Cross and members of the staff of Lake Division joined with ministers in urging tho people to join the Red Cross or renew their membership during tho roll call. Bol-shevl- kl ng ATrEAI. The fourth roll catt ot t&e AmeriR GROSS 1 jP I FOURTH ANNUAL I itjihZ '" tpv H S' . m --- --. m m I e H l-L:X ,v H - -- f 5 K rt f H H SHAME OP PRANCE. Miss Beverldgo, Amorloan novelist, now engaged in relief efforts for the starving children of parts of Germany, tad lately traveling through tho Palatinate, treats of the crimes committed by the African troops oc- cupying German territory under the heading, "The Shamo of France." Sh asserts that tho outrages committed dal)y by1 tho troops of occupation are far more grievous than those alleged to have been committed by Germans in Belgium in tho early days of the war, which were so effectively made use of to rouso a world of opposition against Germany. Miss Beverldgo appeals to all neutrals and "to tho women in the Entente countries to use" their Influence to save white women from (terror, brutality and demoraliza tion." Viewing the situation from a dif ferent anglo M. Flnot, writing In the Review named, discovers In the employment of African blacks by his country In Germany a "menace to the honor and future of France." He points to the danger threatening his country, as arising from the many protests voiced against tflie "black disgrace on the Rhine." M. Finot thinks it a mistake not to havo seriously considered the feelings of ine population oi mo occupied ter ritory In advance, and to have sent there troops made up of men recruited among African tribes of whom one would necessarily have to expect certain excesses. WhJlo he thinks tho charges ralsod by the Germans are exaggerated, he admits that the protests coming from peo ple residing in neutral and allied countries are all the more deserving of consideration. He notes, for instance, that Important Swedish papers aro now writing of France In a stylo employed against uormany during tho war, whllo papers appear n ing in countries are making much of tho cases of criminal attack on women and young girls. M. Finot urges that tho best In terests of France demand quick and oirociive action in oruer to sueuco tho charges. Thore aro two meth ods of procedure, ho suggests; tho one would bo to appoint an international committee to investigate and to make recommendations; but that being out of the question, as too slow a. procedure, he recommends that the troops In question bo with drawn immediately and replaced by troops from the capital, Stating that on army of occupation should always bo composed of picked men. Anglo-Saxo- I BjH i "" i Hn-n"" M 'I ifef itlE&jv& tJP p I v "' (I t I The "Greatest I I Mother In The I I World' Is Ask- - I ing You To Help Br I Her. B ... I I I D B '?-- & I ..' This space charitably contributed by ST. ANN'S SOCIAL. Louisville Gas & Electric Company Louisville Home Telephone. Co. W. H. Silllman, From A Friend. ATTEND THE young ladies of St. Ann's extend an Invitation to their to be their guests on Thanksafternoon and evening at a social to be given in the school hall. Tills Is tho first social entertainment given by the ladles of St. Ann's since the arrival of Roy. Father Doherty, the new pastor and they aro urging their friends to como and aid them in making it a success. Take Sixthstreets cars to tho hall, Seventh and Davies avenue. The church friends giving - J iliin .......... Pres. Frd J. Kiauslnr, Sec-Tre- as : ;l THE MODERN WAY INCORPORATED ii A TIMELY SUBJECT. Dr. Paul L. Blakely, Ph. D., associate editor of America, will lecture at the K. of C. Hall tomorrow evening, his subject "being the Smith-Towner CLEANERS AND DYERS OFFICE AND PLANT, 1140-4- 2 S. THIRDISTREET SiBr1 in vmir Pim "rA....w.. Georgettes, Voiles and Organdy Drsscs and let us clean ffim THE "MODERN" WAY. It's diffrnl. Minor ranaira frae. Auto will call for and deliver all work. As near- you as yaur phone, - OertelS ixfflH-raiir The Drink that Leaves a Pleasant Mernow INCORPORATED DRINK SELECT DANCE GIVEN BY , hill, and tho public at largo is extended an invitation to attend. This measuro is now Ing in tho Senato and alms to give ontrol of all our schools, including ttrhrafn nnrl TvarnMninl. ht l.nn Mflm .. wv v ... r""" Government. j.hvh, THANKSGIVING TURltEYS. nL c: niAi Division 4 A. 0. H. Social Club '.'. ; TYLER HOTEL AUDITORIUM .. - Tho Committee of Arrangements tho social affuli to be given by St. Louis Bertrand's church debt anjbHlldlng fund havo Imported a bfgsupply of Thanksgiving turkeys to fe dlsposod of In Bertrand Hall nextruesday afternoon and evening. f GODD WOMAN GONE. SOUTH QUALITY MMMMVYyyvvv-yvvvyyyyyyVyVVyyVy;VyjyyyV,Vyy- y dAbM W,H Thsfuseral of Mrs, David Fabey took pice from tho family residence, 29 "West Oak street, Monday morninlat 8:30 o'clock and from St. Loi Bertrand's church at 9. Although ill for some time, her death wt entirely unexpected and came a (gevere shock to her many rroiwia o many iiae qualities id a leader In charitable work with field aU ber own, Mrs. Faker- - yre aHy frieods and ad-wn' lBOrely mourn her I MRS. GERTRUDE ROSS PORTRAIT FROM LIFE PHOTOGRAPHIC TINTJNQ COMMERCIAL ART Specializing in the highest quality execution at prices within reason, TryuA 335-33- 7 'M 2362 AJSTB hAhk f I XjOUISVIIB. KENICCKT. Also Makers of Oortels Dark and Oertels Light. Thanksgiving Eve, Nov. 24, 1920 GORMAN ORCHESTRA OR CITY SKRVTCE. Byrne Speed Coal Corporation Automobile Repairing Tires Accessories Tubes "WILTON JELL1CO," "PIONEER STRAIGHT " INCOSFORATD THOS. J. BROCAR PHONE CITY 3767 619 W. BROADWAY HARVEY-JELLIC- O COAL CO. OHcoapoiuunD) T. J. CREEK wt.Dit.KW KENTUCKY." iail.uk 315 Guthrie Street. Both Phones 315. -- MORROW, Manager. J. j. MoTIGHE., Aunt. --ri. .. r,p w inK. tpi.VJKJ P8n ri Ctmrimr.Jtmmml " i BttiLUnw ' r AAAUAAiftAAAAAA Cb ' """" i Tfct Company With the Coal -- ad thtlService. Magnolia. Tard;at First aaa A. 7ara IeMd at yi(tnt Yard a 4vter, F,f aad Payne atrts. 'BdhriuWN JfcHlartf, oldest Bank in the State. Savings Account at the Largest and National Bank of Kentucky JPITH AND MAIN STREET. Cf )V?"T"iTr " ' -' ' rE VIC A MACARONI EG NOODLES SPAGHETTI MENS FURNISHINGS $408W.MARtET ST. yf$ .i "Step Lively, Please" - 1JS PBNDENNIS Inc. A. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. Drs. Harrison and Strasshurg ah We Use All Modern Appliances In the Elimination of Pain. 1UHK Watch aad Jewelry Repairing OT.tnb Cirvfala fitted SOfl THE The Radios Jewelry Shop SOUTH FOURTH AVE. Next to Rex Theater Open Evenings Until 0 P. M. 408 HOOVER Electric Suction Sweeper IT BEATS AS IT SWEEPS AS IT CLEANS 23C WEST JEFFERSON Main request by the conductor suggest ene way you qan better your street car service? Delays at stops add te the range schedules. trip-tim Hai it ever occurred to you that this familiar and disar- vo a specially 01 urnncucs 01 uuuiry. 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Phono City 4C03 Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoo Store, Y Phono City 4503 Borne Phone, City 7804 Comb. Phone, West Disarranged schedules mean irregular service. Understand, please, that the conductor doesn't never spells ask yeu to hurry, speed. : NOTICE!! Shoup Optical Co. Has Removed To j Designs A Estimates Furulshod 1 LIBERTY BLOW Mechanical Air Engineers Manufacturers and Erectors ot PIPE WORKS Work for 412-- W Frank Hartman & BOUSE PAINTERS AKD DECORATORS 1800 WEST MARKET STREET Residence Phone Shawnee 122-- J RBBT.Vf -- Sons Tafel Electric Co. City 985 113 i But we do ask you, for the good of the service, to bo alert. Be ready to get on or off when the car stops. Have your fare ready. If you wait until the car stops and the gate are opened before leaving the sidewalk, you add to the stop-time. DUST COLLECTING SYSTEM We Make a Specialty ot Pipe HEATING & VENTHiATING 544 BAST JEFFERSON ST. LOUISVILLB, KY. 311 Guthrie St. I ASK FOR , GLOBE TIRES City 114. O ;; C1h V Speed Building. JNO. P. MORTQN & CO. INCORPORATED Ky, Bstabllshed 1820 - Louis-fillOFFICE OUTFITTERS STATIONERS PRINTERS s, g tf4M 1 3fo?B2v UnlTftl,ICr. rl 1- KECO tew m wl a imh e. (MiMittvtl aeakae ef son. avun re . If you wait until the car stops before leaving your seat, you cause a delay for yourself and others. Your alertness is a big aid in keeping yeur transportation system in high gear. YoUr EWING'S DAIRY GLOBE I DAWSON'S ELECTRIC LIGHT TROUBLE MEN DAY AND NIGHT 430 "West Cliestnat Street T Day or Night Service. A. tar Mi mm wditto. help us in maintaining efficient service. Please work with us. cooperatien in these little things will PRODUCTS PURE WHOLESOME SAFE. THE VERY BEST SBCURTTY A LOAM OO, Jkeerpcrates. A. Lazar, Manater Hoaey Advanced oa Your Plala Vet4 813 West JeKersoa meet (Second "Floor) Home Phone City 3987. BEbT CHEW Bourbon County Twist UNEQUALLED SMOKE JAMES P. BARNES, President Louisville Railway Company. INCORPORATE) I QUI JILV IIIIUj- EPPINQ'S SOFT DRINKS SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. Loans to those having regular or salary, with no publicity r red tape. Loans to housekeepers a their personal security. F. R. POOLEY, Building, m 1, Courier-Journ415 8. Fonrth Street. es al WM. P. BANNON WS3BHHHP?! V 'fa contracting: plasterer BROOK AND BLOOM City 8380 Cumb. S. 154 ffi BBBsBsslBeBBBaiBM.i FRED. jpry SINGER Sewing Machines PACTORY AT STORAGE OF AUTOMOBILES NIGHT AND DAY. COAL - - COAL Famous Diamond Block and Rogers Bros. Block, tlio Coal for Stoves and Furnace Wholesale and Retail. City 2028 South 24(50 jji. Cl. Hrtt C LOEMKER t fmilAfap. H.U Slm u gsS5iS2zayf FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N. W. General Repair Work, Cleaning and Polishing. Kentucky-Indian- a " Automotive Oo. Home Tel. 30G3 FOURTH AND O STS Homo Phone, Shawnee 803 PRICES. PARRAKEET Mtaeralwater & Grocery Company Incorporated HENRY GOSS ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING TIh Roofs Repaired aad Painted home. We ropalr any sewing machine. Easy terms. Phone us for free trial on our 1920 model in your ELECTRIC CLEANER niAannTtv All Alnnn. Va lacorporated 333-33Q 1 Broadway Shoes at First. For Every Member of the Family Home Phone 3906 E1RT 111 1H11 CIL Corner Fourth and Jefferson FRED FEIGE & SON UNION MADE SHOES AND SLD?PERS 431 BAST MARKET STREET LOUISVILLB - - - - KENTUCKY Mark Balm, Pres. FOR THE BENEFIT OF YOUR KIDNEYS DRINK PARRAKEET MINERAL WATER Parkway 405 Asphalt Shingles a Spocclalty SOU WEST BROADWAY J. C. DORSEY & CO. City 0050 Hose Phone, City 4300 Phono 85S0-- A For a Demoustration. Cumb. Phone, Main H. W. DUBISKE & CO. FINANCIAL SERVICE B. F. MARKHAM, Mgr. 406-7-- THE SHEPPARD MFQ. 00. 642 E. JEFFI5R80N ST? REET Joseph HubbuchSr.& Son Dealers in WALL PAPER AND BUGS FALLS CITY HALL BLDG.. 8 WEST MARKET ST. Childers Elect. Co. WEST MAIN ST. City 135-M- 8 INTER-SOUTHER- N BLDO. DEAD ANIMALS HIGHEST CASH Incorporated STEEL AND DION WORKERS 1G12 WEST MAIN STREET Home Phono, City 577 LOUISVILLE, KT. Steam Forglngs and Flro Escape Apparatus Our Specialty JOHN B. O'LEARY Weekly Savings Club s STMT ain L. GRAUMAN Incorporated OO. 1136-113- tHi THIS U8NTH WITH THC CORNS.BUNIONS ItfnwsH South Louisville Bank Fonrth aad Ceatral AvCnae 75 YEARS IS A RECORD TO BE PROUD OP i Mwnul Rtito Stitctiflcift TruM EraSSbs. BBaSSX aix-fasKnsssaaBsa- Dr. Uriah Z. Lltsiy City 866 CkireyeAiat T. 606-61- A CO. Home, City 4990 Cumb., Mala 490 Headquarters for Call Home Phone City 721; PROPBRTY CITY AND FARM Cumb. Phone Main 721. PALACE CLEANERS & DYERS See us about anything la real Incorporated LOUISVILLB rendering: CO. state. We sell, buy and rent EXPERT CLEANERS OF LADIES' 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. AND GENTLEMEN'S WJfiaiUflU Co. Hotae Phone CRy 4464. E. Yann APPAREL Incorporated Caas. B. Xrapp ARTHUR H. ROHMANN, Manager B. A. JCrapp Home Phone, City 7005 SOUTH WENZEL ST. 0 S. W. Cor. Third and Walnut Bta. KRAPP'S MEAT MARKET Both Phones 4202 We Buy Rags, Scrap Iron, Metals, Wholesale and Retail Rubber ana raper woes VBAS 1OT BEET, POBX, Both Phones 2406 LOUISVILLE WASTE All Xlads of Saoked Keats PRICES PAH) 607 Oscar Farmer Stealers la All XtaOs of tifrtoe aaa tore rixtnres, Sales, Cub Xfl- Urt, Rtiow Oaasi, Coaatem, HelTtntf, Bte. West 866 mazx bio Home Phone, Otty till & Sons wist inm Brown's Herbal Ointment a prescrlptlpn of DR. O. PHELPS BROWN has been On the market (or, orcr screaty. fire years and dnrlngr this period has been a wonderful blessing la th heallnr of Burns, Bruises, Cuts, Sorts, etc It has been handed down from one feneration to another, and we recetae nnmerons letters praising- this standard preparation, for Instance a woman writes "Dr.O.Pkelps Brown's Precious Herbal Ointment has been in oar honsehold at loaa-- as I eaa re. member could not sret atoar without It." Get a jar aad keep la you homi . for an Ceata. 30 sat For sale at all to-demerg-ency- KiiaBBBBBBBBBBB aiSBmi iStarka Bmllalai Bstk Pfcores City Elevator and Warehouse Phono City 2154 Hay, Grain and Feeds THE ZERR 00. The Home of "Quality Feeds" Successor to ZERR & HOFFMAN 22 N. FOURTH ST. AND 218 N. FIFTEENTH ST. Complete Line of Serviceable VAULT AND DRY WELL CLEANERS 811 REALTY BUILDING Dairy NEILL-L-A VIELLE SUPPLY CO. INCORFORATSD MILL AND SOHOOL SHOES Open Evenings Until Nine O'clock City 6910 Res., Shawnee incorporated 1863-- L 6" - FACTORY SUPPLIES CALL US FOR Sullivan Transfer Co. GENERAL TRANSPORTATION, TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND "HAYREDE PARTIES" 1129 WEST MAIN STREET BROS. SHOE BIORHS Spalding Shoe Co. EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. REUTL.1NGER & CO. Adolph Roatllnger 203 BAST JEFFERSON STREET MATERIAL 00. FIRE INSURANCE LIABlUTY PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET TORNADO. AND JOHN B. WATHEN ruRNrruRB moving and PACKING 801.003 WEST JEFFERSON ST. Home Phone, City 1109 LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY THE RTHTER8 The KELLS COMPANY IfCWBVRGH. N. Y. ONLY ONE ALLIANCE. W rnArl Oil and Grease or FOR ALL PURPOSES Kentucky Consumers Oil Company Kcstacky Louisville . -- J. M. BUCKNER TOBACCONIST KENTUCKY WHOLESALE LOUISVILLE Thirty-tw- o OAMBLY St. B80 South Twenty Was Shawnee 1986 LONG DIBTANOH HAULL OF CHARITY OF ltf NAZARETH necessity of nr Tiflnr llfflA n, n, nhout the French-America- Ital .. .. 006 WEST MAIN 'STREET Years Ought To Be Suf ficient Guarantee jror My Knowledge and Integrity H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Tolopliono 1022 LOUIS SCHERRY DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS 600 BJ. BROADWAY WORn SHOES, PANTS, OVERALLS MOLDERS SHOES SHOE REPAHtlNG 1506 SbUTH SEVENTH STREET Between Hill and Shipp TTTTTOH MADE THOMAS KEEN AN ..XJIS:!! ' 1529 WEST MARKET STREET lng for alliances and brotherly relations between America and other LOUISVILLE, KY. But no matter where countries. where For Further Information Call at you are, where you go, or the oryou turn, you hear and see Presentation Academy ganized, subsidized and oily British agencies trying to get In their pols- TUtiw TVnlt. w Tlllt . v..k .. .. J UUVM0 DR. A. H. EDWARDS nnnim wni--the Imperialistic .., tfl who gang K"" It baldly, warn rlrlvnn rmf Af tW rnnntrv In EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT 1776 deslro to reconquer It by tho force 01 propaganda ana once more GLASSES ADJUSTED make It an annex for His Majesty and for the Jewish financiers, who SUITE 218 FRANCI8 BUILDING wjth. d FOURTH AND CHESTNUT STS. they work City 4720 Phone TRIALS OF AN INSPECTOR. Hours 9 to B, 7 to 8 p. ra. The sanitary inspector knocked sharply at the door and. it soon hand-in-han- Announce the Opening ot NAZARETH COLLEGE 851 SOUTH FOURTH STREET " ueiglan-America- nrtv nflifti tnArnnHnnfil frlonrishln. Crescent Wo seldom hear of schemes, ideas, St. Matthews 57 stfiaicors, ouicers or papers pjeaa- J. W. HESEAMP 29-- L All Kinds of Footwear For the Whole Family Two HAMBLYS Store Shaw. 171C MUi and Portland. City 71 18th and Magazine BUILDER OF HEAVY TRUCK BODIES, CLOSED CAB AND FORD B0DD3S A SPECIALTY GENERAL BLACKSMITH G aar an teed Quick Service and Quality ST. MATTHEWS NATIONAL HATTERS If It's For Bale Give Me s Call 825 WEST JEFFERSON STREWS FINK VARBLX WORK DYERS AND CLEANERS REALTOR AND AUCTIONEER 214 LOUISVILLB KENTUCKY TRUST BLBG. Both Phones CALL FOR AND DELIVER Home Phone, City 19S1 J, O AX i Os Taralttire. Diamonds aad otaes ffr-eonal Property at lowest Sates ts Otty ' vser&x'g raoviPXKT JJMQCXATXOH Incorporated GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. ;; 4 DIRECTOR.. rTTMltKnr.AJSD MAIN 3971.T - opened. i Eliminate the Poisons I t ... 2 ........ ... 1 A0nnn.iee i x j!J. J. BARRETT'S SUINS AND EMBALMERS. - .& v mt Ttic chlcr lnuicauons in me treatment of RHEUMATISM t, etc. are to neutralize the toxins e and destroy the speclilo poisous fircubtinjr In the body M St M as Z FUNERAL DIRECTORS 4 M M M atiAeAvvvvvvtl'w' Mr zaa inat. Tvrlti street. Mfca i M iiv' IM ni Fnnral Director BAX rapidly clir)luatcs (bo poisons, si & tbereby rclievint? all syuiptoms nod preventing tlielr return No rjth m ovcrlpailmjr your syjjtem ihugi Half a tcaspooufui of Albert ' Rlieumntie Hewedy inre or twice a day is saSicUnt H Price fl.CO J "How many people live nerer- - ne Degan, according 10 xau nuusiuu JOHN ASSENT Post. "Nobody lives here," answered the daughter of the house; "we're PIANO TUNER only staying for a short time." "But how many are here?" 1030 EAST BURNETT AVENUE "I'm here. Father's gone for a walk and mother is " Home Phone, City 8398 "Stop, stop!"vexclaimed the man Impatiently "I want to know how many Inmates are in this house. shto yeu leys as e4eetla tiat will yreeaxe tkeem fee life How many people slept hero last night?" "Well, you see," was tho Teply, Collet; "I had the toothache dreadful and my little brother had the stomach lia w. Brewar SelsvUle,.Xy. ache and we all took on so much Ceftdueted by the XaverUa Brothers. that wAtinrtv slant a wlnW golentiflo Buslnees aad itaaeieal. Then the. Inspector said he woHjd ieuraee, Preparatory Department, Large Ivlmmlae Pool: Well KaulMed Qym call again. aaatuas. Tenea Moderate. COLKMAN BUILDING B. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON 2S8 j i Funeral I Director vv. -- and Embalmerf j as ROTH PHONES 810. . .-. ' Ullltltllttltltlttttl I'f l",,,t wwfM'rW"W 1 1 SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE ST 1 St. Xavltr's u it 1 11 1 m 1 DOUGHERTY & McELU 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, w ' L iTbe KELLS COMPA1JY . Hewtmrga, a. y. Emb aimer i' xNie FOUND NEW REMEDY. who Is in charge ot the miesion for Japanese m California, takes oc- ' I was tired to live had vertigo casion to remind Catholics that Naturopath Dr. there are S0,9S Japanese of that and rheumatism. State, et whom ealy about 360 are A. Lose. 334 East Market street, CatfeeHes. Of Mm rest 2,000 are Main 2481. helped me wonderful. ProsteeUute a4 Um remainder fol- Lawrenee fleheak, 752 South Jtycst wMglo . lower of eentk street --- r- Father Albert Breton, P R, M., 7APANB6K MISSION. 1 Bre. Beajaaala, Dlr. ! Funeral t Cumb. Mala Directors and 29Si . Embtesl ""C117 BOTH PHONES. . iiniiMiiiiminimiiiiiiiiiiiHf ""'"" 9 l WV9 i jKEaruoKry iris ME. jumce&wQeojilwp. st Bringing UP BUI?- - kNEw - - A T&sfc--ij 1 . 1 ) avravmni Visit Sutcliffe's Toy Dept. Now! Shop early and often at SutclifTe'B come in advance of the regular December .crowds and have the advantage of complete selections and prompt personal service. Bring your shopping list to Sutcliffe's and you will find the proper In- X t'mRM "Heres ike LousWiile Gas an.J jtu?cig. rt y"wy - - spiration. Our stock is and rightly priced. Come in, bring the "kiddies" with you and visit the kingdom of toys, dolls and games large.-attractive 1 Electric! Compaijy DivMeiwl SUTCLIFFE'S CHRISTMAS CATALOG ready. Call or write for this illustrated, booklet it will help you to pick out "just the thing" for the girls, boys and babies. Mailed free to any address. Send for it today! is now 92-pa- ge mjuways oniime !. Income Checks Mailed to You Every Three Months . ,t t cJUTGLIFFE BRANCH STORE I MCO KtOHArtO STARKS BLDGf G. :..?J RECENT DEATHS. Tho funeral of Mrs. Mary A. Hall, wife of O. C. Hall, took place from St. Louis Bertrand's church Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock. Deceased years of age and died was forty-foat St. Anthony's Hospital Monday morning. ur Preferred Stock of Louisville Gas & Electric Company is one of its strongest features. Your income from this stock is free of the normal federal income tax, and 'JTHE solid, substantial character, of an investment in j the 7 METHODIST Ilidc Propaganda Movement Behind Memorial Building la France. the stock is exempt from personal property taxes when owned by residents in Kentucky, 15th of July October. April and January nfifef Dividends' checks reach you promptly by mail every three months on the No delays, or expense of collection. Improvements and extensions to the electric and gas properties being made this year an excellent opportunity for sound investing in industries helping to" build up home" prosperity of this 'investment and the remarkable growth of business served during the past few years. x Representative ' Out illustrated circular describes the great, modern, efficient properties back Begins Proselyting Preach Boys; and AmonK the ' Girls ' V Catholic Church Clergy and Laymen Say Effort Will Bo Wasted. Call at our office or use the coupon. ..... ...O. ................ , investment Department gmjufsy Qmsp&n 2 '' ) N Louisville Gas & Electric Co. -- W-'- J .1030 of Kentucky u I a ' Investment department Losisville Gas & Electric Co. LoaisviUe, &y. "Pititt nd ma yoor inv.ttment Hut FALLEN CATHOLICS SOCIALISTS. - 1' Under tho eulse of a memorial to tho sacred dead of America and tho sacred dead of France and on a spot hallowed by tho blood of the men of 'tho two groat Republics, American Methodists havo opened headquarters for tho missionary work which they dro planning to co in France. The story la told in an appearing in the Paris Edition of tho New York Herald, October 10. It follows In part: "Americana who have recently have passed through Chateau-Thierr- y notlped with some surprise and wonUnls, der in the Place des Etats Within astono'e throw of tho famous brklgo over the Marnb that was de- stroyed by the Americans in when they stODDOd tho German on rush, a rather Imposing structure ovor whoso entrance Hies a jarsu American flag, purchased by tho Anlerlcan Methodist Committee in France, wh6n the rrencn uovora- mont asked it to holp In the relief work In tho klevastatod area, the bulldlne which was once the old obeli-tor- n Hotel do l'Elephant, has now been transformed by the com- mittiin info a memorial for the Amorlcan soldlera who. fell In" the war " U "WorK lias ueen going on mco last May under the supervision of Dn Ernest W, Byssho and F. E, BakerA and now the remains of tho hotel hav$ b&ea transformed Into the Ovor present handsome ' building. the entrance, In golden letters, w tne Bimple iaserlptlon, 'Methodist ar-tic- 311 W. Chestnut St., Louisville EL 1 S tat. 1 Sfot. M. Byllesby & Co. Igg& i tfhonc i lo . tho superintendent, and F, B. Bakor, treasurer. During the. latter apart of last yoar Dr. Wadsworth had associated with him fifteen social service workers whom ho recruited largely from the Y. M. C. A. Work has since been carried on In tho districts assigned for tho benefit of returning refugees, and tons of material have been distributed to these people while entertainment of all Kiims has been prov.ded. "It waa determined by tho committee to concentrate this work of social eld In Chateau-Thierrthus making tho building a permanent and 'fitting memorial to tho Ameri- cans who fell In the vicinity. A programme of work has been evolved with tho advico of tho leading of tho community, Dr. Prleur. In the programmo as drawn up bo far, a featuro has been made of assistance to mothers and babies. A graduato nurso from the American Hospital at Bordeaux will visit tho homes of expectant mothers, and a baby clinic has been established in the building as woll as a day nursery babies with provision for twenty-fiv- e from six months to four years of ago. Two French "women, Mils. DuvUUers and Gab lot, aro in charge. "Work for tho oldor boys and girls, Including classes in gymnastics, piano and , tho English language has also boon organized. Miss Hanson is in char go of tho girls' classes, whllo Mr. Williams, who has had much experience In Boy Scout work in America, has been secured for tho .hoys' classes. The classes also include courses In saw-i- n tr for girls and industrial work for boys. Work on similar lines to will bo orthat in Chateau-Thierry, phy-Blci- aa y Herman Vonderheldo, ono of our leading and respected Gorman Catholic citizens, died Tuesday night after a short lllnesa. Ho was seventy- five years of ago and besides his wife, Mrs. Catherine Vonderheldo, is 1T ,ijXr7u Elizabeth, Emma and Mrs. .Frank Koohlor, and throe sons, Joseph, Henry and Georgo. Vonderheldo. The funoral took placo from St. George s church Thursday morning at 9 o'clock. HaaHHHIH' BmmmHBbBMhoB' vhhBhBBShbRuZBhh&VHB i Vl.nBHHlBBHBBB TfcC. n oHhbhhHI iiBBwBwMi i ' ijiBwBPBwWB o VvIbV' fci'alBW-'S- t " AiL if BBBBSBU&BVBlBIBBMVivBBIBHBaaBBaBBBaBBBBBBBBBBaBlBKflBaV aPT7fllBBBBBBBBaBSBBBBKRBlfllBBBBBBBBBBBBaBBBBaBBBBBffliIHK B HHHHHHBi" "' ;HIH v I ,... I ." F KM Mem-orlal- iaHRK p . -- - - JUni WHS H.. a - wBIBrX MlgjWPiiMgiajiBiMiBaay ,,-- .t .C' jffg"Hkil Tiri iWTT&yBBBBBBBl ALLIED llKftOBS WHO DIBQ DURING SWISS INTERMBNT. tetomwt 1 dRric Patetti,' Mfitod te 1ro, " wt. PhotocraplW the hows Memorial flt to reh thta t Okirws-MoBtroux eountry on this Interalt to the AUtod aoMlr wlio iwHerId. T Tr &XXJP21? 1 14-lf- lt. -- :w !' BELGIUM? "'RECEIVED THK AoV nARrWMAL MERCIER.BACIc'kN .,,... - AO OF THE CHILDREN AT ROSLBRRW. 1 Pkotocrayli ,11mm Cardinal Meroler durjftjH jWt t RaslerreBel- - 1 ' . . !j- ' ' , W0 tHTM Mt to IMMT tt tM Mint o .lfak4. Then follows a description of tho building and of the war relics gat ered there, Continuing the article referred to states! Real Object, of Memorial. "The real object f thla building, however; U to make R the center of all work te be Aoae by the Method let Tilrty-tw- o Committee la Fxaaee. YiltaKM have beea aeelKaed to thta waltare raalsa41eii, of whteh Dr. jMltea S. Wad-woW.tba leeal dl- raetor. . Dr.: IBii r. Biakt. the relUr-liohead; Dr. Wmt tirth M W.-ysl- Brasles and Mont Saint Poro, all In tho Alsno Department.'' Catholic churchmen and Catholic lay men may eay this cannot affect Catholicism In Franco. Why should It not? What reason Is there to CHARITY CLUB BAZAR. Consider tho helievo It will not? case a peoplo who have bees sore ly tried, womon, chlldron, young Tho annual bazar of tho Cecillan. mon and young girls, comes to Charity Club will bo held Tuesday them in their misery a strange aeo- - evoning, November 23, in St. Cepie ielplng them, teacning tnom m cilia's school hall on. St. Cecilia the things that make for better llv- - street betwoen Twenty-fift- h and jK and advancement and making Twenty-sixth- . The proceeds of the them realize that thero Is still) hope, bazar are used to relievo the poor doing for them that which their and needy during the winter months own has not. But they don't aid especially and at any other time In them spiritually, it will bo said. No. which assistance Is needed, with tho but It is not spiritual aid tho peoplo. innrinwi t of food And elothlnsr. i.',i. xi H4 nf dnvnjitntnd Franca wish .today. .im. tifcUU n.111 v.o.m I.OVU V. .11 Hninj .nni nr .. UM.U .. WWJ .. .. . ftUt practical assistance. uuisiaersCiai assistance obtainable and the are .giving ,It to them. "But tlioy annual bazar ia ono of its most de dont got our people," the narrow pendable featured. The bazar will catholics say, "why should wo be composed of many original feaworry?" No, they may not got them tured and all attending aro assured they do got of an enjoyable evening. jnto their churches;-bu- t them away from, all religion and that 1 esoraethlng gaiped by the op ST. HELENA ponents of CathoIIsra. CLUB. con-dolen- ganized at Essomoa-sur-Marn- o, 'Mr. James Canty, beloved hus band of Margaret Canty (noo Ko- hoo) and a most estimable member church, passed of St. Columba'e peacefully away Friday, November 12, oxter an Illness of five wooks. There was a large congregation of &6rrowlng friends present at tho funeral services at St; Columba's church on Monday, whon a requiem high masa was celebrated for the repose of his soul. Tho Rev. Father Kalaher in a feeling end eloquent trlbuto to tho deceased declared that his benefactions wore boundless and that ho nad always been a devoted and loving eon of Mother Church. Besides his widow ho leaves three daughters, Mrs. P. L. Mallon, Misses Mabel and Fan-nl- o Canty; one son, Raymond Canty, and ono granddaughter, To the boreaved Shorrlll Mallon. family is extended tho eincore of a wido clrclo of friends and relatives. Rev. Father Kalaher pronounced the absolution at tho. ' grave. ' ,'., J Rev-- Danlol Llnfort, O. F. M.,, Attorney Joe will address the members of the St.' Commonwealth's Club aext MonHuffaker and hla assistant, Loralne Jlelona Mix. recently secured conviction in day evening, and as hie ability as aa the case of a-- negro crimiaai wao (orator Is well Known a treat, to te wuo anuu. had been arreetcd numerous times. uioro tor- iuu popular Hawaiian Quintet will rar-ntThe verdict of two yeaw was the mnslc and a social seealea to him by Judge Harry Roblaeoa, and he was asked it. he will be held following the lecture. had ftaythltig to y "Jea tthte," The dub members, will assist la the ''You te mighty sale of peieftles today fer the reileC sakl tho , of suffering TreaaktetUUriM.ltbr'1 'wlf iM4Mr maa's ed aGHTY MBERAL. in ea prlotr tl." - J I: ' 0'4'lSONS SWI5S ACON a INCORPORATED KE3CXs5ao:KY IRISH AJSdnpmXGAJSP. r CLEANING HERMAN STRAUS FOURTH AVPMI C0BArco SONS MARKET STRICT r We dive and Redeem Surety Coupons. IX? r017 iWOW ABOUT OUR " ' MEN'S SUITS WITH MINOR REPAIRS FREE SAVES 1UYSNG. SWISS DYEING LEADS AND PLEASES. We Qly and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. HOUSEHOLD CLUB . PLAN?! Carpets, and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed f ! BOYS' SUITS - A Convenient and Dignified Methoa of purchasing Household Rfqutrements on Veferrem Payments. The eatetaadlajr. feataree ef this method are v Ha ceanreaieBca fa snaking parchasea withoat aay eeaalderable eatlay ef cask. The advantage ef baying ea the Clab Plaa daring ear varieas sale AT SALS PRICES. Whatever ta the price of the goods toa cash or a charge easterner, that In also the price te a Heaaeaold Claa Plaa ewrtcaaer. There la peeklvely ao advance. There are ao "confidential arraageBieBts." . U is eeadacted apoa aa pea basts with a fixed Bchedale ef rates. The tint payaseata aad the ateataly saymeats are the sanae te all. SWISS CLEANERS fttcoatrwAis AND DYERS $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-- ! tenals, splendidly tailored and i OFFICE 617 SOUTH FOJURTH. PLANT 909 SOUTH SIXTH ST. i NOW OPEN THE CAFETERIA PHOENIX No. 2 - THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW! eeeee't4''eeea'ae eeeeeeee'eeeeeeeaeeeeeeeeeee CONTENTMENT the feel-o- f Contentment is nine-tentSECURITY, and SECURITY is nine-tentmoney. , Is your mohey SAFE? ; . Is it where you can get it? is it Vorking for you? Put your extras in a SAVINGS .account with this company where these conditions are assured. hs hs SURETY COUPONS ARE Q1VEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS 421 SOUTH FIFTH STREET Everything New Except the Proprietors $10 eeeeeeeeaoeeeeeeae)eead,,,g" Coffee Prices Lower AfflABl MiB-- ' ( Good Food and Good Service99 BBaaal - Hasasaa offer onr excellent Now-fff)sf Blond Colfecj 2 lbs. forvl.-J- D "We l 1- i -2 LUNCH SUPPER 11:15 to 2:30 5:15 to 7:30 Sunday Inclusive BiXaaflr v .. Inter-Southe- rn This means only another decrease over the old price for this Coffee. This is the best Coffee for the price on the market. Givo us a trial. JOHN M. MULLOY 212 WBST MARKET STREET. Until Phones l23 Established 1889 Mrs. M. R. Copeland, Manager. Supper will be discontinued at Phoenix No. 1, located in the ding, after Wednesday, November 10. Buil LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK Por Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 oeoplo with total deposit of more than $13,000,000. it the monument of confidence built a the by people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. 4 I Fidelity and Columbia Trust Co.! Columbia Building Fourth and Main. e $t NOON MEALS WILL CONTINUE AS USUAL UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND teeeeeeee ' The Oldest Trust Company in the South. aaaac GUNN'S BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY DON'T FORGET THAT CTVIO CLUB PLATFORM. GRAYV0N ALLMEN Sanitary Milk Co. tMcoarexAnsD. P. G. AND L. CLUB. The P. Patrick's I Try Our Home Made Freih Bread, Rolls and Pastry Phone Yonr Order 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET. Best of Confections. IS THE HOME OF PURE MILK 4eeteMSMeSt High Class Furniture f ! "ASK YOUR GROCERS." AT LOWEST PRICES. Carpets, Stoves and Ranges, Lace Curtains and Linoleums. The officers of the Thomas McShane and. Fried!, Secretary. tries- The Portland Olvlo Club, which took an actlvo part In defeating the YOUR GETTING OLD university of Louisville Bond Issue, Has this been remarked to you has now adopted a platform recom on account of premature gray mending two additional girls' high hair, or do you keep yourself schools, higher salaries for teachers, looking young? ana aiso mo louowmg resolution, You can easily do so with which Is aimed at the Tories and in this country who ft have been trying to promote an VAN'S MEXICAN R English - American Alliance: "Wo have such an abiding reverence for HAIR COLOR RESTORO George Washington and his followers, rank and file, that wo would This meritorious preparation re view any tampering with their acts, or with the history of the Revolu- - . stores the gray hairs to their ori ginal color. You will be highly tlonary War so dear to every true pleased with the results, if not American, as n sacri!ege.N We can year snoney returned. noi agree witn tne suggestions occasionally made of rewriting- - our At all dealers $1.00 per bottle. revolutionary history, and wo are unwilling that our ooiyitry shall be Company The made the tail of some forelgncoun-- 1 pro-Engli- O. and L. Club of St. parish will entertain Phone City 6574 t means at hand at Thanksgiving time, tho club assures every one who comes a very pleasant and profitable time. Those who have been there know this to be. To the others we say come and learn how a real Thanksgiving entertainment is given by those who know how. HIBERNIAN DANCE. Division 4, Ancient Order of Hibernian Social Club, will entertain with a dance at the Tyler Hotol next . Wednesday, Thankglvlng eve, and as 'the day following Is a holiday many 01 too young people will take ad- the city on Monday and Tuesday, wovomoor zz ana 23, both after noon and evening. There are threo hundred members In the club, every one a born entertainer, and with tho tHiIMMltltt9M SMOKERS ATTENTION CIGARS CIGARETTES TOBACCO OHKSTERFIED CAMELS PIEDMONT Eighteen Cents, Two fur Thlrty-flv- o LUCKY STRIKES SWEET OAPORAL $1.70 Per Carton. AMERICAN CUT-RAT- E TOBACCO STORES ltSJMltitlil ?THE OLD ARMORY" 535-37-39-- 41 Preston and Jefferson INCORPORATED tJ4..AttTTtntU(t,)nt)t( 213 West Jefferson Kells Kite." club aro C. Joseph NEWBUnGH, N. Y. DISTRIBUTOR HOLY CROSS FESTIVAL. JAMES GREENE tMMMMMtttttttttttt1rttfttttf Tlftttfrtfttltttttf 415, .41 7 and 419 East Market St. , FRED G. JONES & CO. INCORPORATED .' BASH, DOORS, BLINDS AND MILLWORK, IiOUlsvUle, Ky. Breoka ud A Sts. LUMBER LATHES m. be disrosed of during tho afternoon ana evening or next Tuesday, and as a sldo feature tho ladles will serve a d.alry lunch supper. This Is the first social affair gjven under amer wurs pastorate, ana tne committee are anxious to make It a big success. The proceeds will be given io me cnurcn nuuaing iuna. SURPRISE BIRTHDAY PARTY. given Irvin Harley on his birthday JJ1'8 Post week at the homo of Miss 1 present Norma Dotneek. Those ' wero Mr. and Mrs. Edward Martin, Joseph" Harley. Thomas Pesenecker. Henry Sohon, George Domeck. Louts TrAAMAM .vd.ud., m..Mlu. TA..M uuaira iwu, m.aora. Hause, Rose Buehler, Nettie Bueh-lo- r. Agnes Kramor, Norma, Viola, Beatrice. Anna Mae and Frances Domeck, Ruether, ' Elsie Edna Rousher, Messrs. Irvin Harley, Cor-ne!J Domeck, Herman. Strlzover, itaymona uarter, itaymona moss, Campion, Leslie Bud Herman, Charles Schram, George Bruner, Gilbert Hauck, Thomas Summer- field, Joe Steblln, George Hausa, James Duncan, Jos. Vance and J. Gerardi, Mesdames Mary Harley. Marie VA j ZS cured The committee in charge of the 160 Thanksgiving turkeys to SLSS?1 ?t0lhasr vantage of the occasion to colobrate. lA. special iay.ltatlon has been extend ed to tho older members and their mends to bo present and If Justified CLERICAL CHANGES. tho committee will arange for a o dances. Rev. Charles A. Haesley, pastor few of the chUrch' . ? St; THANKSGIVING FESTIVAL. Kv, lias been appointed chaplain of St. Joseph's Infirmary, this city, and Men to tho front and ladles to tho has assumed his new duties. Rev. rear ,s tD0 announcement, for the ,., , rnanKsgivlng festival and turkey AUm Timn.,.nn disposal to be given at St. Boniface's ia,n ,n tho a has been appo, as .pastor of St. Jerome's with Rev ,Ha11 on n3Xt Mcnday and Tuesday Father Parretfe. former chaplain t,Zl d all the Ta ovemneo- Tne men at honors, perform all the jOBenh' Tnfirm.trvj f ntF J. ' menial labors, havo general charge slstant. ana tne laaies enjoy seeing the men tuung tneir usual duties. AUTUMN FESTIVAL. old-Um- BLUE GRASS GARAGE SMCttl ATTEKTIOH TO THEATER Now Open. For Buslxioeia (Incorporated) ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF SOUTH SEVENTH STREET AIL MEN IN CHARGE EXPERIENCES. -- AUTOMOBILES STORED AND WASHED STORAGE 25 CTS. City JSSctlxx 10-4- 0 1.- -.. ,,.a - delightful surprlso party was Pmii'a SHItfGLIS FLOOEIlfa liuuu jviuniur. uiauyg juuia, rniiiiii It te 4e tetOteMf.) Sturii Tar aa fHdi, Ufa Si M. ttttk. "YOU'LL HMD IT WORTH WHrLl" TOJEAT1N A i Reuther. Vocal and lnstru-- j mental selections were rendered by I Ellse Rousber, Rose Buehler, Cor-- f. Incorporated .f No doubt the doctor snokn rsnhlv. nell Domeck, Charles schram aadf' An ent6rtfl.awMnf wMi h THE HOUI OF QUALTTY AND QtJAimTY .,.. v. i. An inquisitive niece, seeing him re- Charles Potts. the nf rh J Tartety f Hot DMteti, Partly, Hoaw Made Pies, Calces, Maate the W8althy Our Lady, 851 Rudd ayenue.1 In'the ff a i SOCIAL MONDAY EVENING. uiniAi kii .i.. OOKFKB UIB V Oil ''""' .!. turkeysCUUMIBISMl . se . natlent. Innncentlv. Innnirani Uncle Tern, do von attend ttin Where Mm Thanksgiving M BOUTTI FIFTH 8TRKKT has been 4 SOUTH FOURTH 8TKBKT St. Wflltam's church congreratlon cured ror the eceaslon and a social funerals of all your patients who ' In Middle of Square Near BreHlwy will entertain Its friends with a treat for all. It will be held TuesPRICKS RKAHONABLK (fee PHQMPT SKRVICB "Good heavens, no." said the doe. Where work? to Thanksgiving social and festival day evening. i tor. "Do yoH think I have nothing next Monday evening In the school llatest COL. CALLAHAN LBCTURB. hall, Twelfth and Oak street, social io ao out go io tuneraisT" ITALY CONDEAINS. features to becla at 8 q'eJoek. Re eeoked Bt( Col. P. II. Callahan, rated aa the W freshments will be served. Your Coat, Dresa exteaaiva trayelr In the ranks ot locaj The reign of terror In Ireland has Wkere tao raage ataaaa or ins Kafghts of Columbus CURE FOR INDIGB8TION. WiiAsma unDrvrDUALiTY a a (1ob trotter of renown, will attracted official attention In ofItaly, St where 'the I I'hat's the " Dr. A. Lose, naturopath, of 334 deliver a talk te tBe members of and Deputy Maurt, a leader "Qaiek Meal" eoeaea I Xaat Market street, gave me treats- the council next Wednesday evening iianan congress, says; "Italy can , not remain Indifferent to the desmen t ror iMiiaatloa. I was suffer-fa- g on hie travels aad experiences Is perate cry .of nja'rtfred INOOHPORATWJ for years. Now at present I Qatak Maal GaaRaaiea Seld, Iac4alIeJI As Coi: Callahan Is time has oesie for Italy Ireland. The lands. to know and flu . ttH va ttnn, v .at, -- at aal HI lllf. rTWIJ" as lntereet!a r A A' aad pleating apeaker realise the cruelties of the allsh Uadar-at- tl a Ia thiatr I l'ka. Ida Karl, aa-iiaiiis aura to b irsaps eemac aa nolle aad A wm mcxnm'W9VB3M. avchim . m a a . arm . rOMr L raaaa(, sira. aysWf-t- o work of aaUaotloa. Standard Dairy Lunch House KXOILLiHI be held next af- ternoon and evening on the grounds 0f St, Helen's Commercial Club. The ladles of the parish will serve a good . .. niri.favht mit-oto . UlftUWOilU I Biroei cars to tBe grounds, he was stricken 111. years Mr. Staeb-le- r For twenty-fiv- e IMPRESSIVE SCENE. had been in the road contract. 'line business. Ho built the Shelby- 'Aa ha AaatU Irnall nn l.l TlUa pike and had rebuilt nearly all ed at th iianine- f Barry in Mountjoy PVson Dublin i, roada ,n tne FI"t Magisterial over a thousand members of the ?Jstr,ct ,a tQ8 last twenty years. oiaeoier naa Deon more or less Daughters of Erin knelt in the J.a PlIUaa but had never street outside the prison and recited the Rosary In Irish for the renose he oKIc.0' of the soul of the victim Kevin ' Funera'1 services will be held at ?'?lock. tnIs morning at Holy Barry was a nlneteen-var-niiarf - J r'atty rhurch, St. Matthews, and and wan e.emvittaA hv 11.1a n,.ii,t, the slaying of tare soldiers la Dub- - arItl ,wI11 De to St. Louis cemetery. Louisville. . IIS SPOKE TOO FAST. CHURCH OF OUR LADY. wJU is park iinriTiDi rj,,iri, aiiiiirnn Tiuniwi nr Tt,.m. tu Tuesday ibi-.i.- ..i. nw j SUDDEN DEATJI. Alec Staeblor, fifty-tw- o years old. ?no V th, b08t known road contrac- ,n LH? co,untry, died of a heart ?rs dse.a8e Thursday morning (n tho II- l'nols Central yardmaster's office at Foarteeath and Oak streets, where he .,,,. taken .... a train, on whtoh J4K ANDERSON Main, LUMBER 1813 Doors CO BroadhNray Sasb ALL LUMBER A nviv . !, . - ,,, lri" a- -ii t,7e ii andillhl eric CINDER ROOT 1 rrvns-rv9i- -- v .' .. 'f7 Where the QuicE Meal Comes In Where rfea i tmnmMMMMMUIMltMlMMtHltHM Tailor or Skirl real rcai Wkere bakla Kht glraa to. aaa) Where dradga la W H. E. WARD COMPANY i3U'T'. P,IES TAILORS, - I l - far-aw-ay mmi 1 il-- tul . m l&-m- b . l ea , uu RPHKD aa -- a-. inM fe That's where "Qalok Heal" aeawM Ja. Ulihly KaaaaBaaUle4 vaJ 215 W. MARKET ST. P ti. zr