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KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 16. stopped rttefK: hmc or haw LoiljTWiTufealtTrmhrSt Hrety Drlrer an Bicort 1800 Incorporate VOLUME XLV1I.-N- O. . On of tho "hick" firemen In front of the Salvage LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1921. of unduly stressing that question, but wore anxious for a mutual on the matter. It is believed that both parties will arrive at a satisfactory arrangement in this regard The Irish delegates havo no complaints to make of their reception by the British Cabinet members. They entered upon, tho duties assigned to them by Dall EIreann with unusuoilly determined looks, Michael Collins being tho only on with a Bmlle on his face as ho entered and left tho conference room. In this he resembled Winston Spencer Churhclll, who alone among tho British delegates seemed to carry lightly the burden of negotiating. Arthur Griffith, who, as head of tho Irish delegation, had to reply to tho few remarks by Lloyd George at tho opening of tho conference and who must state Ireland's position! throughout tho sessions, does not havo tho typical Irish fluency of speech and in both public and private conversa tion ho 13 a slow speaker. But nobody knows th Sinn Fein case bet- PRICE FIVE CENTS. iorps neaaquarters tho other 'day. and 'thinking it was a regular fir nous just ilke tho one ho worked In, started to taik politics. Tho "hick" said that ho was growing 3Iachino Makes Last Desperate a little dubious as to the coming LOUISVILLE'S KU KLUX ORGAN. M 2 election, and despite tho big camStand and Injects Religion in a paign contributions ho and the Campaign. others were making things weren't none too bright. In a burst of confidence to eomo of the Salvage Corps men, whom he thought and possibly Xouisvilio Herald, Machine Organ, still thinks were city firemen, he paid: "They tell mo that those Would Promote Another Bloody Democrats is gittin' purty Monday. r.trong nnd it looks tcr mo like if wo'll ltno to steal tho old election." Just imagine a "hick" like that talking about stealinc the election LoUrSVILtiE HgRALO Republican See Hand- when ho didn't know tho difference between the Salvage Corps and the writing and Begin to Desert city flro department Ho probably o win jiavo to bo led around to his Ship. precinct and shown how to vote on election day. Speaking of the flro department, street, 3CETSTONERS AT BAM PARK. a resident on Twenty-flrnear Market, had an example as to Ms efficient methods this past week. His basement was flooded with water and ho applied to a flro headquarters to see if an engine couidn't Tho machine, fight- bo pump ing against heavy odds, mad its In secured to his tho water out answer to query ho was desporaite effort this past week taken off' his feet when they asked last to save the local Republican, ticket him If Tie was a Republican, and T)y a "oncerted attempt ito Inject beforo ,ho could answer was told xellglon in. tho campaign. An at- that If ho wasn't- a Republican ho tempt to arrtay one class of citizens better get a Republican of Influenco against another has been a ifavorite to make the request Sunday there tvas a flro on Vine street, and on tho tactic of the present Republican In the past, but it is glad io way to tho scene tho "hick" firemen aote thait people of lioulsvlllo turn had their frequent experience of n "getting lost." One of the company a dear car to the yelp agalnat men and women be was detailed to And a phono and cause of their religious beliefs. In call up the tower to find out where tho last campaign Joe O'Neal scored they were and where they wero a. signal victory by exposing tho going. While awaiting his return anoymous pamphlet circulation of the "hicks" made a canvass of tho the Republican headquarters, and neighborhood counting the Quln as usual when the expose came all and Harris pictures. Few pictures tho religious prejudice breeders fell were found of tho "Holdfast" canThe Chicago owned sheet attempts to inject religion into cam over themselves to be absolved from didate and so sad did they become n bosses that when tho messenger returned paign as tool of Republican machine. "blame The sent ithe dupes out to work their one of them said: "Let's go hum, "kind into a frenzy on the religious wo don't care if this hull neighborquestion, and when tho expose came hood burns down." One awful source of worry to the dupes were left do do their own explaining, some learning a lesson Boss Ches tflite year Is tho rebellion Republicans and of the cot'orod they will never forgot. This year tho registration showing Ches has had to spend more money paralyzed the Republican machine on the necro voters this year than she has from God and not from man "bosses, and forgetting their expose tho Republican party ever had to the right to teach moral truth. of last year, It was decided to again spend In the last twenty. Dally the Everywhere wo see tho laws of God, Inject relig'ous prejudice In the po- Republican Cnmpnlcn Committee Isof Justice and charity violated. In litical campaign. County AUtorney sues a negro Republican paper urgCanada, as everywhere else, there Matt Chilton with his inuendo about ing the voters to stand by the maare numerous strikes. According to tho Inmates of the Sisters of Poor chine leaders, who havo grown fat the Gazette du Travail, from 1901 Home led the attack, followed by and v)P6y because of the ble necro "Republican candidate Jack Richard- Republican vote which wafted them Why tho Catholic Church .is Inter- - to 1919 there have been In Canada English and Irish Cabinet Repre 2.22G strikes, affecting 12,823 emYear In and yexr out son in his attack on Squire John J. Into office. cstcd in Labor Problems in sentatives Hold First Conferployers and 650,597 wag earners. O'Brien's court. Tho ICu Klux or- the negroes went to the polls withCanada. They caused a loss of IG.760,310 ence in London. n any coaxing and Voted for tho gan of the machine out Searcy-Chiltwork days, jwhilothe money " loss: to exploit this base machlnio eandldatesJ. :. . ranged" betwee'n JfafTu'u'OTO'O'O and' to revive Bloody Monday in caring not for tho cand'oat and t ?C5,000,000. In 1919 alon there the city of LouisvlUp. The Herald, would have supported Ab'o Nettor owned by a group in Chicago, wWJh or Pete Bitzer on thie Republican Alive to Needs Along Lines Laid wore 2,298 strikes, costing th na- Hold Two Friendly Sessions and tion about $10,000,000. a staff of transients, cares caught ticket even If 'Rev. Dr. E L. Powell Down by Leo Xul, nnd Then Adjourned to Meet Again And we aro asked why wo show what happens to Louisville as long or some such citizen was on the Pius X. interest In thoso disturbances wMch) as tho mach'mo, will Democratic ticket. But what a Thursday are making inroads upon the will tin's year. Tho furnish the funds. Tho Chilton and and th moral llfo of our peoploj episodes were sprung first, to drag the O'Brien machine has had But can we remain indifferent? If then came tho baso attempt to unwilling negro Republicans to the arouso prejudice against Irish Cath- polls, tho Lincoln Independent ticket Church Alone Can Combat Ensemsreat questions. hhC1 Would wo not reproached for our rrllc Irsh Relegation Given a Hearty olic men nnd women with an alleged Is composed of insurgent colored ble of False Doctrines Acceptneg'ect of these momentous prob- Greeting by Masses of signed statement by M. J. Filbcn. Republicans and Ches hias been Jems? ed by Many. This porved tlho limit and the wave spending, thousands of dollars to peonlc ' In contributing to tho solution of of Indignation that swept tho town stem the tide. Recently he fur theso questions we aro following tho was enough to stiflle the Ku Klux nished a big parade w'th colored organ and oven fiighteniad counsel of Leo" XIII., who ordered, the lights. Jazz bands, etc., followed by n machino. It was then a picnic to bring tho colored Repub BRING ORDER OUT OP CHAOS. tho Bishops of tho world to be lead- era of their people in a tlmo of HIGH "0PES I?OR AGREEMENT,. recalled that the Louisville Herald licans back into lino. Just imagine heated controversy. W therefor was tho only paper in Loulsvlllo base Doss Scnrcy spending that much " take up the charge, convinced that enough to accept the paid advertise- money to got negroes to vote tho Republican ticket. ments of tho Ku Klux, which is pen of wo havo the means of bringing light Tho following from th The conference of representatives war and persecution against The old Keystone police furnished Rev. Albert S. J., was into darkness and order out of Jews. Cathol'cs, negroes and forei- tho big ball park crowd many a written for tho Muntsch.Bulletin serv- chaos. The church alone can com- - of the British Government and the Press gn-born citizens. hearty laugh last Sunday at tho ice of tho Central Bureau of tho bat that ensemble of false doctrines Sinn Fein met Tuesday morning in n wntcn .is today accepted as dogma by tho Cabinet room at Prim Minister game, and the machine real- Baltimore-LouisvilThe Verein: Lloyd George's official residence. izes now that the relig'ous prejudice thousands of spectators have al- Central many a year our Catholic so manj For Issue fell flat and ds busy trying to ready forgotten about the ball game brethren of the Province of Quebec After a session which lasted until 1 o'clock tho "hearten" Its followers by claim'ng but chuckle over the funny antics conference was adOVATION IN ENGLAND. havo been allvo to th need of "so journed until later In the afternoon. that tho Kcjstono police, city nnd of the Keystone coppers. The game, cial action" along tho lines so wise county employes will Meal tho elec- as you know, ended in. n near riot, ly laid down by Leo XIII. and Pius Irish; 'Those present were tho British More than 6,000 London tion. This is only foaMng 6omo-- of the crowd surging on tho field to X. Their chief weapon of defense tho Sinn Fein peace plenipo-- resontatlves Prime Minister Lloyd the inferior cogs in the machine, as register its disgust at the decision in tho many crises that havo con- tenticries a vociferous welcome at V!f Laming those In the upper ranks know that of the two punk implrcs. There fronted them during tho last two Euston Station. Saturday night Hun- - Spencer wortWncton-Evanthe Democratic legislative majority was a hurry call for tho Keystone decades the language question, tho sir Hamar police marshaled Greenwood and Sir Gordon Hewart, dreds of mounted n squad and out they poured from all Is tho safeguard against the question, machine steal of the election, parts of the field to protect the um- school etc. was divorce laws, taxa tho cheering crowds, but were un- - and the Irish representatives Ar a well supported able to prevent them from breaking thur Grifflth, Michael Collins, tion, and tho votes of the Democratic and pires, who were in no danger. Tho press, and more especially during Independent majority will prevail. crowd saw the joko and made flak tho lines and clambering up ort, 9 Barton. Eamon J. Duggam yearn It is said this story is circulated to rudhes at the umpires, pelting them tho last twelve Actlom,their excellent dally, Catholic published at H10 s'?9 Lth0 oraobUes carrying alsy wre )ne(mt encourage the collection of funds and the Keystone cops with the big Becre tm ,n for .the machine, as 6ome of the po- soft seat cushions. There wero Quebec. tar'es. and Erskino Childers and T Though this paper is enthusiastic woro Eristra,tlc John Chartres, the Irish secretaries. city employes have some good pokers in tho crowd as lice, firemen and s1"?hed Boldu vuosan square. ..jw nugo, tunny- -. wh(m 4ho 00 begun to balk, boVovlng that the the caps of the Keystoners were ally supported, tho Abb opned thQ It station tod been a few moments! IrJsh detegatea overwlholm-(n- g knocked off as fast as they could made a plea for more generous as registration foretold on ofter an exchange during the before tho scone of tho return of of introductions, took seats at tho an defeat for the pick up and put them on again. sistance in Week address of buo xvjiu& auu uuui machine The old, old etory of the Finally the Keystoners and tho um- "Diocesan important" Social Actlori." Chester, where vuueu Majesty mau- - cabinet table. Strictiy speaking, no he said, "that all had body presided in His rats deserting the sinking ship is pires run llko scared deer all across "It isapostles get together In a opened ordinary senso our the Royal Exchange. Their of the word, but tho being repeated. In the past ten days tho field and took refiigo in tho 'propagando Lloyd George was de'eneemble' and work wo'come, however, was barely notice- tho spokesman at tho outset for tho auroerous police, firemen, detectives grand stand behind tho wlro screen. according to a well arranged plan." able in comparison to that accorded British, and Arthur Griffith, Sinn and even one police capta'n havo Then the crowd did roar, the laughleaders, Griffith, Barton, Fein Foreign Minister, for the Irish. made overtures to their Democratic ing at tho antics of tho poor old ed The Abbe Lavergne even advocat th Irish Dugan. Inside tho publication of Parish Bul Duffy and the station Lloyd Georgo's opening remarks friends, pledging their vote, and a Keystonera being a veritable scream. a means campaign contribution it they could Just imag'ine real police having letins as CaiboMc of furthering tho tho authorities had made adequate wore brief, as was the reply of Grifcause of social work. These preparations for (handling the Imbe caved. their caps knocked off and running bulletins should pool their efforts mense throngs and kopt them be- fith, and the conference settled Old Man Harmony seoms to (have tor dear tofo from a "kidding" for tho securing of Important ro- - hind barriers. None was admitted down to th work in hand. Irish sympathizers outside sang deserted the ranks of the O. 0. P. crowd. Yes, e!r; Col. Lud, you without had already to and Ches Searcy appears to have didn't g've us much. of a police sutls. Cardinal Begin pastoral let-t- of tho runwaysauthorized special cards hymns during tho opening of tho by Irish conference. The Irish delegates wero favored this idea in a invitation the time of his life trying to hold force,, but you gave us many of away from cheered as they a's subordinates In check. The fir- laugh and cuuckle in four years. the when ho said that tho work be" headquarters. Catholic press should not It was understood In Irish circles Downing street In drove cars. They ing of ihe two scrub women by motor confined to tho publication of ma'g-- ' that ithe Irish President himself is refused to answer questions put by "Governor" Burlingamo from the CLASSIC PICTURES. azlnes and dally papers. The latter prepared to come to London in caso newspaper correspondents. One of City Hospital caused an awful flare-u- p !s only a part of its vast programme. there is danger of a breakdown, but Lloyd Georgo's secretaries, who re1n tho ranks and Dr. Tuley's resThis year's picture season at St backwork io Catholic press is ignation as Superintendent was re- Xav'er's Auditorium ononed Sunday Tho spread of books, reviews, mag- preferred to remain in thoMichael ceived the newspaper men just after the of meanwhile. tho conference opened, smilingly ported as having been sent to the n'ght with "Judith of Bethul'a," on azines, brochures, bullefns, tracts ground in th was unavoidably Collins, "who said: "You can not expect any news Board of Safety, but Ches held it f tliA Knt Trnrtii(tia nimVl.n'hlA All and publications of all kinds which from leaving Dublin today for weeks yot." UP beCHJUSe Of the Political effect All n!t,v shown n R Vnrlir'a will great cause. time Both ess'ous were businesslike, videnco pointed to the fact that! be cj0n an wholesome, but not so may .help us in our Parish Bulletin, was to arrlvo Monday night in peace to take his placo around the tho even tho greeting of Lloyd George "Governor" Burl'ngame had turned puritanic as to bore, but rather itsAs regards said to be manifold. table. uses wero to tho visitors from across St, two poor old scrub women out in tho.BUcn a wiholesomo Qre a gooa priests published in it George's Channel being hearty but ivoldi for tho awful crtmo of regis- - j inspiration 'o the mind Other plays Some partsh a part of their Sunday sermon, and ENTER PA8SIOND3T ORDER. formal. Th official communiques, ienng hb uemocra's. xncy were un booked are "Twiulght "Tho part of thoir thus Issued at tho conclusion of tho prothe .payroll drawing tho stupendous Stream of Life," "The B'asphomer," rould those reach had been absent flock, who Im- ceedings, Last Snuday afternoon with do not disclose the subtum of $C 25 weekly and board "Under Crimson Skies." "Behold also pressive ceremonies at the Sacred jects discussed, but it was under-the Sunday service. Th's caused an awful roar and Re- the Man," "Joseph In tho Lond of simulated interest in tho It special publicans say themselves that Heart Retreat, on tho Newburg stood that the matter or procedure. Eeypt." and "Ireland in Revolt." riipsos ho'd la parfebes. act coat the party tbou- - "Tho Blasphemer" will soon be re tho "honor lists" some published for road, yo who are u.Pn which the S'nn Fein delegates were in Place much importance, occup ed tho wtnds of vo3. A member of tho leased by the Catholic Art Associa lt8 columns. studying .0. served as a special grenl6r part Lou'sville Hereld a'aft told tho tion. under the auspices of the Holy nrean for tho It activ-'tivarious parish mad thoir profession! and took jjo notes of th speeches and dlc- writer that Burllngaroe's act was tho Name Society of New York. Children of Mary. League of thclr vows. The services wero in, cussions at either meeting wore "boner" of tho carnnalga - Bernard Brady, taken. In fact, no stenographers tho Sacred Heart, savings banks, charge of Fatherreft'ng; nnd that tho Herald wn HAVE EARLY SIAB9. tfc. Must. Rso asserted that such C. P., master or novices, who also wro present, and both the British prdv tired of trying to alibi for the loci I bulletins would snot interfere preached the sermon. Those who ana sinn Fein delegates maintained "Governor" day in ad day out. The congreration of Holy Cross with th newspaper, but wbuld took the vowb were Confrere Val- grown to such propo"-ton- --ather a'd its circulation, just es entine, Joseph Leltsch, Louisville; silence as to what happened. It was "the Inyiress'on of mak'na? a church h Tint gathered, however, that conference to tho rank loa'Tit: fleht has srnead that Rev. John O'Connor, the he vicar is not intended to replace Lambert, James Htekson, proceeded along anticipated aines ard file isjteea in the attitude of tho raor. h" found 4t necessary to the pew or, but to aae'st h'm. Dubuque, la.: Confrere Adrtaa, Ger-- and that nothine thii far Ha v- The have pol'ce aad in orKyor potfee have boa' snefeVix der tothree nweea on Sundays of h'e On the same occasion Msirr. Rai Grew. Epworth, la.; Confrere curred to ieotvirdlze it nucci. Tho KWon meet the reo.u1remet reasona Why tho.Danieft, WJlHam Maker, Cinolwmtir Irian delegates wore aware bofor dtecusMd th r .corAnany'a office! r"r,sh'0',ers. Dut4c the aH find romd to th in queetkHM of. Confrere AJa, Lo Pedergrat, Utes came to London of dlseatlsfac-f'o- i take mocitibff the nwmea at iitfp 'anor, eapwai. otc ay wnt Wfrnti nnhunu puttViC a a auery ps to Just, hew a, Cortfrw Romauld, on the nart of the BriUeh .. orvh wdil be at 6:30, 8:30 and om jooo. tntttr enae9 w r iac church c'aim a yoite fov'Arthar Hubw. of- - Drtre, wJM, bo regarding the aHero' mbtormaa or aos - !i0:lS tlM mm on tha qt)sUea? By a right wbtefel vwtod. breaches, and thoy had bo Jeteatioa J REPUBLICAN ductor. K. OF C W'M: History Drho Real Aim, to Make All On Hundred Per Cent. l , American. gol-dc- rn MllIkm.Dollars.Appropriatcd by Recent National Convention for Move. Ofllco-IIoldc- rs nMTH Um K'KLU- - k'luXi Nation Wide Campaign to Educate Foreign Born nnd Natives in American Principles. WILL CORRECT st Soarcy-ChJlit- on - ma-ohln- o Sdarcy-Chllto- Searcy-Chilto- SOCIAL ACTION IRELAND Searcy-Chilto- as--used ait-te- on Soarcy-43hilto- Searcy-Ch'l-t- on "Searcy-Chilto- Searcy-Chilto- le rep-ga- ve ZtRW?' s. Searcy-Chflto- Rob-throu- ' v . Brlh Searcy-ChdU- on or pro-vent- ed f-- om Bur-t'B.pam- e's i.rT...,kv,t., es b'cs. a rm-ifre- al-- w!r i-rh. iua te Gov-ernine- When somebody claims American cltnzenshlp that citizenship should be 100 per cent., which meand a full knowledge not only of tho rights and duties of citizenship but of the background of history that has developed thoso rights and duties. Hence tho Knights of Columbus, at their recent convention in San Francisco, (launched a $1,000,- uuu American nisiory movement to by Enigllslhmen, wore worn by many. provide that background. Tho K. of C. American history One young Irishman held aloft h p'acard reading "Peace and Jus- movemont has been described as an movement, and it tice" Most of the delegates sat Imd as a passively as they passed, but some has been acknowledged tho cheers by lifting propaganda movement merely it is Two their hats. When the Irish conference re- discoveries determined the Knights sumes Its sessions Thursday morn- to undertake tho movement under ing it probably will first deal with tho auspices of the K. of C. fourth tho question of al'eged breaches of degree that demands practical as tho truce, which have been the sub- distinguished from professed patriject of conversations between vari otism from thoso elected to it. Theso ous members of the British and discoveries wore th fact that not Irish delegations. It is agreed enough Americans know enough hisamong the delegates, it was under- tory and that too many Americans stood, that breaches have arisen on wero being taught inaccurate hisboth sides, Dublin Castle having tory. When, for instance, Henry produced a list of such occurrences, Clay can bo referred to as a "gamwhich was compared with a list bler" and a "bluffer," Polk at a published by the Irish Bulletin, of "blusterer,," Philander C. Knox as breaches by auxiliaries, tho polico a "dollar diplomat," Blaine as a "blatant hawker after votes" in and the mflltary. Wednesday's conversations, in histories presented as text books to which Eamon J. Duggan, Sir Hamar American youth, it is time a halt Greenwood, MIchaol Collins, Sir was cal'ed and that corrective acLaming Wonthington-Evan- s, Gen. tion was applied Current political Macready and Robert C. Barton par- controversies have no placo in sober ticipated, were quit friendly and perspectives of history, and tho atoppoharmonious, as wore Tuesday's dis- tachment of cussions In conference. Tho ques- nents' epithets to Americans who tion of tho release of persons in in- have done much to mold tho desternment camp has not yet been re- tiny of tho nation is not only not ported and probably the Irish del- history, it borders upon theoretical egates will not mention it for tho treason. Edward F. McSweeney, newly appresent. Th invitation to Ulster to send representatives to attend the pointed Chairman of the Knights of current sessions likewise is awaiting Columbus American History Commission, was comnu'ss'oned by Sua more opportune moment. Tho appointment of Lionel Curtis premo Master John H. Reddin, of as one of tho chief secretaries on Denver, who will direct th K. C. history tho Government side, having a posi- books movement, to examine textstudied In Amerlcnn schools tion similar to that of John Char- and universities parochial, public, tres, on the Irish side, was taken to Indicate that the Government ap- private and State. After yeais of proach toward a settlement will fol- painstaking study h recommended low the lines Indicated by Gen. Jan that plentiful funds and brainB be Chlstlan Smuts, tho South African devoted to a movement to plae before tho Amerloan public a history Premier. Mr. Curtis, who is considered a wrlten plainly from original sources, great authority on the Imperial fed- without "personal Interpretat'ons" eration, took a prominent part In or "revisions In the light of currenit the framing of tho South African Internationaltho developments." This Is exactly Job the constitution. He has spent much folumbus contemplate. Knlehts of 0 With time in Ireland, his wife being an American Irishwoman. His Joint secretary, famiilies backingcitizens and their Thomas Jones, has had experionco tribution of tensand with the disof millions of In Ireland as professor of economics University at Belfast. namph'ets dealing with the differin Queens Theso two, with Erskino Childers ent phases of American history from to and Mr. Chartres, both of whom Colonial times uphow the present, it Is tho movemenit Berved the British with distinction caninconceivable be anything but successful. during the war, will bo present at The K. of C Fourth Decree has all sessions of the conference. also instituted a national American Tho members of the British Cab- history contest. They offer $7,500 contestants, tho first inet and tho Sinn Fein leaders con In prizes to $2,500. with six addiferring Thursday adjourned at 1:30 prizo being of $1,000 each, and inprizes o'clock in the afternoon after hav- tional who desire to compote and vito all ing been In session, only an hour nobody Is barred. and a half. nation-wid- e citizenship In Arthur Griffith, Sinn Fein Foreign-, work their assistance of aliens to the tho Irish del- tako out their first and their final Minister and head of ogation, was asked: "When aro you aturaliration papers, th Knights coming back?" discovered American history Michael Collins, Sinn Fein Fi- was not as that known as it should well nance Minister and commander-in- be by those aspiring to vote in tho chief of tho Irish Republican army, destiny of the Ama'n Pohmc. Interjected: "Wo aro not coming But what was still more alarming, back." open forums in the Mr. Griffith then answered: "Wo which tho K of C. conduct In moro are coming back at 11 o'clock to- than 1.000 cities and towns each morrow." year, they found at the general The latest bulletin says tho con- question hour that hundreds and adjourned until 11 o'clock thousands of persons of the third ference Friday morning. and fourth generations of American birth and of all races did not know EXALT AMERICAN TOEA!. many of the basic events and leading persopalltles in the nation's hisTho nomination of Prof. David tory or else were mis'nformed of the "revision" movement A. McCabe, of Princeton University, and Frank I. Cobb, New York" ed- apparent on tho part of numorous itor, to the 'board of Judges of the historians. Knights of Columbus international bo It is expected that two years will required to complete the K. C. American history contest was an- $1,000,000 history movement. of In a meeting of supremo that period tho Knights will have nounced at officers of the K. of C. in New York phecked up every text book in' use by Supreme Master John H. Red-di- and covered tho country with a In accepting position on tho pamphlet flood telMng tho plain K. of C. judges' board Prof. story of the Republic, quoting all end Editor Cobb expressed documents and authorities as to histheir approval of tho K. of C. facts and naming the author, page, undertaking. and th preservation tory ln of Inaccuracies la hisOtlher Judges of the contest will bo tories now in use. announced later. Prof. McCabo is, S. Admiral William Benson, the second member of the Princeton, Maurice Franci3 Egan and Prof. University faculty to accept invita- George Derry, of Un'on College, and in tho K. of C. tion to S. McCarthy, formerly of history movement Prof. HenTy Charles Pennsylvania University, now the having accepted ap- Catholic University of America,of wlH Jones Ford pointment to tho Knights of Colum- servo on tho K. of C. history, combus history commission. In an off- mission. icial statement the K. of C. commission declared that ttfwi object of tho "CHIMES OF NORMANDY." movement was not to rewrite Amer-ca- n inhistory but to encourage This most popular opera vrM be vestigation into (the origins, the presented In concert form at Holy achievements and the problems of Rosary Aud'torlum on Thursday' the United States, to interpret and ovening, October 20. Th rendition to perpetuate the American prin- m'l . hv tihp vfwi clasn of192L ciples of liberty, poular sovereignty of Bin. Jane Webster MurrelT, and and government by consent of the wTTbe a reil mns'cal treat. Admis-overned, to promote American sion will be fifty cooits, the proceeds and to exalt the Americas to go, to the home fwnd of St. ideal. HeWa's dab. da The average Londoner took little interest in Tuesday's sessions, but Irish, residents and Sinn Fein sympathizers turned out In force to welcome tho Dail delegates and to wish thorn success in their negotiations. At the entrance to Downing street during the morning session there was a large crowd which waved Sinn Fein flags, wore the party's colors, sang hymns and recited tho Rosary. A number of Sinn Fein flaes wero displayed by those who cheered tho delegates. Sinn Fein emblems, sold ter tliani he. BOOK ERRORS. , counter-describe- bo-cau- se hot-tempe- 300,-00- V m bo-cau- se n. Mc-Mac-be eol-'lrl- ty ' zdLG .A.&ii- - aMEBB ACJB?J3-4aOKT!- r IIXJHL AJfclJ?IOAl. MISS MARY October 19 Social of Division 3, A. O. H., in club house, 1818 PortfOPERA IN CONCERT FORM) PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. land avenue. Millinery Mr. and Mrs. James B. Dohertj October 19 SoclaU by Young La- and son, Raymond Doherfcy, Jefler nd Moral Advnement (A Iffab AmtrtciM ni Crthotta Hm SocUI XUwi to Presented by Vocal Class of 1921 of dles' Sodality ot St, Paul's church, eonvllle, 'have returned from Oxfor anop Iffidally indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernum. Young Men's Ridge, at St. Helen's Com- and Hamilton, Ohio, where they Pleasuro Institute and Catholic Knight i of America. mercial Club. went to viedt relatives. Ocotber 19 Social by St. An Publishers 608 EAST BROADWAY IRISH AMERICAN PR1NTINO CO.. lncorporit.4. thony's Hospital Sewing Society at' .Little WL'l Hennessy, the popular ftlBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, 'SINGLE COPY 5c Trinity Council Hail, arternoou ana peanut vender of Eclipse Park, is Home Ptfone 5994-- J For the Benefit of the Home Fund of evening. confined to h's home with an attack scond.CUt Matter Cntrrrd at tht Loulivlll Poitolllc 24 Social by Altar So- of diphtheria, but is strong enough October Colonels against Witt Uatrtf StnaJ. ciety of St. Cecilia's churoh, after- to root for the ST. CO Mtrm M CHHRMlcitteH t ttt KENTUCKY IRISH IMUICAN, CLUB noon and evening. Baltimore. October 26 Fall festival of TrinMr. and Mts. Andrew J. Ferg an At Holy Rosarv Auditorium, Fourth and Park, ity Council at club house, Baxter of ther nounce the engagement and Morton avenues, Or. Uriah Z. Lltsiy Thursday Night, Oct. 29, 1921, at 8 O'clock. . 4111m.. .).... V 4 is. TVtn Vl.. " ""!;? October 27 Social entertainment 1. b' iBI Chin -ovontner ), ihi nt Leo A. Holtgrave. The weddng w!l Admission 50c. Tickets on sale at Rchm Music Co., South Fourth Ave. SO? Cathedral Atlar Society, in Cathe- - take Plaf October 27 at St. Francie of churc Htarka .SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1921 dral Hall, Fifth street. LOUISVILLE, KY BaildiBt 4J uy au ciniienamtnuDi UCXODOr mhjI TTU TJa iuiIiI TTAniln uuu If ha . -i iUUtS. X1UKU ximviu UttOllU mis aA Both Pbo?e unn era and business men may try to Snarenberger give Burn'o THANKS TO AMERICA. omy in entallon ocho1 llghtfut A. A BUSINESS SCHOOL YOTJ kitchen and miscellaneous themselves believe that 'ho showers last week for Mess Liucy say that for three worst is over, but they really know "" "The Irish To Help Yourself Severance, whoso marriage to Eber-har-d things they owe thank3 to America better. The problem ot unemploy- NOVENA FOR IRELAND. Motz was olemnlzed on WedAsk our graduates. You will find them in the big business houses or nesday. the bond drive, Irish relief and ment this wlntor will bo tho worst tho city.' School is in progress. Students may enter any day. Wit ALL PURPOSKb She tripped a'ong by tho roadside, work of tho American Conrmls- - the country haB over faced. the A poor little country child FALL TERM BEGINS SETEMBER 5 Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kamer, who tiCBtticky Oonaruners Ol Coapaaf sion on Conditions in Ireland set up was Miss Frances Oltfges, are at Ijoolmillr Her eyes were pools of Innocence (tentacle? tne Nation. But on the Initiative of RECITE THE ROSARY. ST. HELENA COMMERCIAL COLLEGE And her face was sweet and mild. home at "Happy Ho'low" on tho their present strength ia duo less "Whore are you going?" I asked Brownsboro road. Their marriage 025 8. FOURTH AVE. PHONE CITY 5033 LOUISVILLE, KY- was solemnized ait St. Joseph's During Ootober, tho month ot the her, UPHOLSTERING, to any kind of aid than to their un Diomede per- a chat: Father Just daunted spirit and capacity for or- - Rosary, recite the Rosary often If Tnen for the sake ofin ironx. ai mo church. Rev. ceremony. CARL STOLL, sno sroppea forming mo gam'zation." So writes Frank P. you say a Rosary overy day you will smiling, Window Shades, Curtain Hangers, Walsh In the Natoln for Ootober 12. do much toward solving the prob-H- e And tilted her old straw hat. Mrs. Will'am M. Hlgplns left SunCleaning uti uiiaucs. day night for Great Falls, Mont., I have a number of second mortgage notes amply secured, eays that tho position of Arthur loms that are confronting you. We Office and Works wliieh I will sell at a uf fhient d to make a j attractive "To make a Novena for Ireland." for an extendd vVt to her daugh- Cope; who did most to persuado tho can do nothing without God's help, 240 E. St. Catherine. Phono OrtOl investment A"d her voice was sweet and low; tor. Mrs. Frank Flaherty. En route British Cabinet to propose a truce, and tho best way to got it is "I'm going to St. Kieran's chapel, she spent two dnys In Mlnneipol's. MARION E. TAYLOR BLDG. TAMPTON AUBUCHON, Pres. ot his TTn the--e on the hill you know. Illustrates a real cleavage between through the Intercession, tho guest of Mrs. Regan and the LOUISVILLE CEREAL MILL CO. Main 1932 City 3430 y go round tho Sta- - Misses Flaherty. military govern'- Blessed Mother. Each I'll the civil and tho Incorporated tions mouts ip England. Confirming Lin- has Mrs. R. W. Harreld Manufacturers of tho Celebrated It's thfa evening I'm go'ng to start Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and cola Co'cord's. analysis, published in WIIAT LA FOLLETTE SAYS. Brand I'll finisth with holy commun'on nounced the marrlaee of her dauglv 1. V Oldest Bank in the State. preceding Issue of tho Nation, tho On the Feast of tho Sacred Heart:" te,r, Miss SalHe Gertrude Harreld "NONESUCH" ot to Lawrence Thomas Horo is Ireland's case in a nut- Chairman Walsh considers that took Meal, Grits, Hominy, Corn Floor, The ceremony Lloyd George's ovorturcs to Ireland shell as soon by Senator La Folletto "And whait aro you going to pray Springfield. plnce at the Cathedral of the Ae- for?" Dairy, Hog and Poultry Feeds wore inspired by economic motives, and printed in his magazine "O. that Ireland may soon bo free, sumption. Rev. Father P. M. J. FLOYD AND BLOOM STREETS con- "Speaking personally," he "Tho history of tho Irish struggle That there may be peace and love Rock officiating, FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. "'v 3069:South 1266 dudes, "from general investigation, for freedom should be an inspiring ami joy Mr. and Mm. Frank J. Higc'ns, and not from any inside lnforma- - lesson to tho pooplo of all countries, ' Tt1 tho ,an1, from ffea i? jf; AJL,1 Wh arG fPom Irt" of Augusta, Ga., who have been lion, I should like to record my for ,t demonstrates that a relatively That "J" hero, epend'ng the'r honeymoon faith that tho prospects for peaeo 8man number ot people, inspired by May bo nil coming home atradn, have been tho recipients of much so(pSssLB aro bright. I believe that tho Irlsn j0(ty and noble Ideals for which, To be a Taurfiing and singing and cial attention, a number of recep-t'odancing and dinner be'ng given in CORNER SECOND AND CHESTNUT STREETS can afford to negotiate with. Lloyd tnoy aro willing if noed bo to sacrl SHOCK And working every glen. their honor. They leive today to City 337 and 355 PHONES Main 9102 George. Victory Is In tnelr grasp. flce tholr UveS( not only nover bo s visit Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY ntt Tn Jt4 ABSORBERS English people as well as tho conquered, but that in the end they "Wouldn't RUr The grand?" for Front and be at Chattanooga, and from there that "Put Our Drug Store Back of Your Prescription" of Ford Comma' will return to Augus'a. Irish will profit by tho end of Ire- - can OTOrcomo the mightiest forces in "'Twonld be plor'ous!" ,,uviii Minimi ,, r,)h,r,, tiaicatl. I answered the little maid. land's long tragedy. Ana mat ena tn0 world." Tho Goose on.WrHuncr Ib AMirnnce lliat FRANKE KENNEDY. "And I'll go with you every evening KY. HASSLEH SALES CO Is at hand." Tl''l tho very last prayer is prayed. Magic White Naphtha Soap and Magic Flakes nu is I'hiitli' M11I1 In tho rectory of tho Cathedral So nine times she's making the StaWHERE'S THE WRONG? RESENT HERALD'S COURSE. of tho Assumption the wedd'ng of tions; Are the Oiiginal. Manufactured By Marguerite Canrr-belEvery Catholic with Irish blood papers in thl3 I'm trying to do my part, commun- Miss George M. Kennedy, of Fnnke Many Ed"ar-toand And we'll finish with holy in thl3 section shou'd resent the country are highly indignant, and W. Va took place Wednesday AL ion STEBLER, dirty and dastardly attempt of tho aro attempting to arouse evening. 1NCORPOKXTBD On tho feast of tho Sacred Heart. In the presence ot the Louinvllle, Ky- Herald to pinion them on tlon among tho peoplo because tho 1201 Story Avcntio. Brian O'Hlggins, T. D. fam'l'es and a few close friends the INTERURBAN Rev. Father Smith performed the the altar of religious bigotry for United States Senato voted to charge ceremony before tho altar, which the eako of the Republican political tolls to foreign nations for use of STURDIVANT & SON was banked with ferns and palms CAFE Tho malicious attack on the Panama Canal, which was built I machine. comh'ned with white .dahlias. After Squire John J. O'Brien, the vile in- -, by American labor, with American the ceremony a large recept'on was 317 he'd at the home of the bride's parslnuat'on as to tho inmates of tho money and under the direction of ROOFING, GUTTERING AND SPOUTING ROOFS REPAIRED .ANDents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Carl FURNACES REPAIRED ESTLMATES Little S'sters of tne Poor Homo ana American engineers and overseore. PAINTED West Liberty in St. James Court, Later Franke, CHEERFULLY GIVEN the attempt to arouse religious Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hanley loft In the evening Mr. and Mrs. KenSaturday to spend several days in nedy loft on a motor trip through n PHONE CITY 2584 case 800 WEST BROADWAY prejudice in the SUCKER CROP GOOD. NtxtTo Cincinnati. Virginia, after which they will be at were all aimed directly at tho men home in Edgarton, W. Va. Interuiban and women of Irish and Catholic The Congressional investigation Mrs. James McDonough, and blood, and politics or no politics, of tho Ku Klux Klan discloses the daughiter, iMIss Mary McDonough, P. BANNON, JR., Vic PflJ. lid Trill. ' " K. J. BAKMR, PrttWwt Ml UaHgir. FOOTBALL. Station the Herald must bo made to answer fact that tho leaders of Uio dark aro visiting relatives in St. Louis. Tho St. Xavier football team took battle from tho a Tho lantern organization liavo waxed fat for that attack or apologize, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Groff have re- Springfield Saturday at STATEMENT OF THE OWNERauthor or authors of this scurrilous on tho big graft funds collected from turned to New Orleans, after a visit Alumni Field eleven20 to 7. White, SHIP, MANAGEMENT, CIRCULAby go back fur- tho dupes who fal! for any to Mrs. L. McCloy, in Clifton. TION, ETC., OF TID3 KENTUCKY attack do not need to of the Xavier aggregation, got away IRISH AMERICAN. ' organization. This class of ther than the recent war to discover for Ionig runs each .time and scored Sawar and Cslvart Plp, Mrs. H. L. that men and women of Irish and suckers nover surrenders uor ever been spending Lyons, Parkview, has the winners' three touchdowns. Puplishod weekly at Louisville, KenBaaasa's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits, two weeks in Frank-tort- Kavanaugh and Bannou were also tucky, required by tho Act of Catholic blood wore ready to and dies. Wall CoplBg, Drain Tile, Vitrified BrlcK, August 24, 1912. responsible .for long runs for the many d'd give their all for tho honor FIbc Lining", Ftre BricU e Saints, and Gorradln starred on deState of Kentucky, County' of JefFire Miss Patre Boone was last week fensive play. NOTE OTIS. and glory of our country, and they Capt. Mudd, of the ferson, ss. Before me, a notary pubGrate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tops. X the guest of her grandmother, Mm. visiting team, heroically fought to lic, in and for the State and county can not and will not &tand Id'y by Cynthia Ford, at New Haven, OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. keen h's team in tho running. Tho aforesaid, personally appeared Wil w PW no attention to d and see 'their citizenship and rights Springfield eleven put up a game liam M. Hlgglns, who, having by a scurrilous political mous communications seat to this Mrs. Charles MilWgan, of Knox-vill- exh'bltlou but was not able to con duly sworn according to law, been PHONES CITY 8730786. CUMB. MAIN.0O7. deTenn., visited Mrs. Walter slstently advance and could score poses sheet carrying out the Ku Klux office, no matter what subject they says that he Pres WORKS Thirteenth aail ISreekiHridft aad Ninth and Ma¬in. T Twoomoy, KaMeman avenue, last no more than tho one time mat ident andtho Kentucky is tho Amerplans of a political machine. Re- - deal with. If anything is worth; week. of Irish Snalding tallied from a short run. ican, Inc., and that tho following gardless of the outcome of the elec--, sending in U Is worth signing your Th Green and Gold boys have a is, ot tne best of his knowledge Macy Wallace and Miss Ida Mae team that will be hard to defeat, and belief, tlon, every man and woman ot Irish name to, unless you ore ashamed a true statement ot tho blood, Democrat or Republican and of your name or what you say in Grady, whose marriage was solem- and they should receive Bupport ownership, management (and If a DAVIS & GREENUP nized at Holy Name church, aro and encouragement. daily paper, tho circulation), etc., those who believe In fair play, must tho communication. residing at 302 Kenwood Way. DRUGS of tho aforesaid publication for tho ca'l the Herald to account for Its atdato shown In tho above caption, EVERYTHING THAT A FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE SHOULD CARRY MOURN HER DEATH. TERRIBLE HERITAGE. tempt to rovivo Bloody Monday in Mrs. Jack Johnson, of Nashville, required by the Act of August 24. IN STOCK PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY Tenn., was the recent Sunday guest tho city of Louisville. sixty-si1912, embodied In section 443, Post The Herald's 100 per cent. Amer- of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. oldMrs. Mary Canty, most' years al Laws ana Regulations, printed S. W. CORNER EIGHTEENTH AND MADISON STREETS and one ot tho oa Sweeney, of Third avenue. charity workers of Sacred Heart tne reverse of this form, to wit: INDORSES RELIGIOUS TRAINING icanism bawled out In the present Homo Phono, Shawnee 550 e political campaign is but the heritName of parish, reward her Adress. Miss Jlula Contsantino, who was at her passed to 2502 eternal Walnut Publisher, Tho Kentucky home. Irish AmerThe need for carrying tho relig- age of hato and is In no way pro-- confined to her home in Meadow- - street, leaving a wideWest ican Company, Louisville, Ky. circle ot COAL & ICE CO. 6criptive of equal rights, peaco and brook for a week with illness, Is ious Rnirt and education of the friends who mourn her death. One Editor, William M. Higglns, Louisthe nursult of hartnlness. Oio nulnt--. convalescent e Manufacturers of ville, Ky. into the home to be made of the Irish Catholic mothIs a loss to the a living part of the daily oducation essence of true Americanism. Seeing Joseph A. Hagan has returned to ers, lier passing Is survived by two Associate Editor, John J. Barry, CONCRETE COLUMNS AND FLOWER VASES Louisville, Ky. cominunMy. She of the youth ot tho land was empha- defeat coming for tho pseudo "re- his home In Aehville, N. C, after sons, Canty, (If a corporation, give William and tnat paper Sipondlng two weeks hero visiting and four daughters. Joseph Minnie Owners: and addresses of stockhold- FACTORY AND COAL YARD: SEVENTH AND BERRY BOULEVARD-'form" administration', sized by Rev. Robert M. Hopkins, names Misses Parkway 485; South 1437-PHONES relatives and friends. ers holding 1 per cont. or more of and Fannie Oailty, Mrs. Harry Leon-nr- d national religious educational direc- leaves nothing undone that would total amount of stock.) instill religious and racial prejuMrs. Louis Schuman, all of and tor of tho Disciples churches, who Miss MaTy A. Hagan left last Funeral services were William M. Hlgglns. Louisville. Kv. dices Into tho election. That a'eo is week for Detroit, Mich., to visit her Loulsv'lle. DOLL HOSPITAL Broken Dolls spoke at the recent held policy of the Ku Klux Klan. c'ster, Mrs. Wm. A.l Wells and Mr. Heart Monday morning at Sacred John J. Barry, Louisville, Ky. wary a. Hlgglns, Louisville, Ky. annual convention of the Marlon tho church, Rev. Father Wai'sh JOHN RECOIUS' SONS Wells. celebrating requiem high mass, and Known bondholders, mortgagees and County Sunday School Association otnor security holders, holding 1 RUBBER TTRES PUT ON DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. DOLL BUGGIES AND IRISH! at the First Baptist church in IndiaCol. "Billy" Kilair, of Lexington, po'nt'ne to her life as ono to bo per cont. or more of total amount the well known State Democratic emulated. napolis. Tho subject ot his talk MAILS FULL LINE OF TOYS, NOVELTIES, ETC. of bonds, mortgages or other seTho social meeting of the Daugh- leader, was hero week to attend was "Meeting tho Tost." curities: ters of Isabella to be held Tuesday the autumn race this JAMES O. O'CONNOR. 217 WEST MARKET STREET CITY 920e mooting. None. "There are 27,000,000 children evening, October 18, will be one ot 4. That the two paragraphs next Attorney James much interest to Its members. Mrs. In the death of Charlie Moore, local baseball and youths under the age of twenty-fiv- e Belle Decker Wise will entertain catcher and prominent member of C. O'oCnnor, former Kentucky State above, giving tho names of the A. L. in the United' States who with a solo and Miss Mary Cummins up Senator and prominent member ot owners, stockholders, and security has 11 any, contain not religious education at will havo a splendid report to give Trinity Council, hand.been laid no only the bar, Louisville loses one of Its noiaers, with an injured BAEER AND CONFECTIONER high type pltizens, a man born here the list of stockholders and security all," he said. "That's where your of the national convention of the appears upon the books ot uaugmers 01 isaoeiia wnicn sno ax- and holders C'peell has returned and devoted to his friends Ann I. W. W.'s come from; that's whero uuy, (rom $cnf Haven, after spending neighbors. Surviving him are his the company as trustee or In any jast ween m OREAM your Reds, your Bolsheviks, your tenaea uumrenuun 01Atlantic O'Qonnor, other fiduciary relation, tho name of mo iNuuuum (en flayg flfita jjCr aunt, Mis. Ann mother, Mrs. Winifred. iusu xuu radicals spring up. They don't como uuuiuuu wvnuiu ivuuuuu wmviu at Pottinger. 1208 West Broadway; a- brother the person or corporation for whom HOME PnONE. CITY 57 an uncle such trustee is acting, is given; also 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET 111 William J. O'Connor; UMU WUS11111&IU11. from your Sunday schools or your UUVV Ut3111& Along with this tho Entertainment Mrs. Garrett Maloney enjoyed a Bishop James Ryan, Alton, 111., and that the said two paragraphs conchurches." Committee has planned a "Prize" pleasant v'slt last week with her a niece and nenhew. His funeral tain statements embracing affiant's Shawnee 1175 West 1175 J. W. BUCHANAN, Manager Here is a Protestant minister evening for all who attend. son, Rev. Father James J. Maloney, was held Wednesday morning from full knowledge and belief as to the Retail Yards O'Con- circumstances and conditions under speaking to Protestants who says the Cathedral, Rev. Francis at Fairfield. nor celebrating the requiem high which stockholders and security i MUSICAL TREAT. CLAY COUNTY COAL COMPANY that the "Reds, Radicals and Bolwho do not appear upon the Mrs. John Bowling, of New Hope, mass, when a large ' concourse of holders ot Incorporated sheviks como from schools whore company a trustees, books the A h'gh class musical treat will has been hero visiting her daugh-ter- mourn'ng friends paid tribute to his BLUE GEM hold stock and securities in a ca EASTERN KENTUCKY there is no religious education." be enjoyed next Thursday evening, Mrs. W. W. Dant and Mrs. J. memory. pacity other than that of a bona FAMOUS HORSE CREEK COAL What a strong witness to put on October 20, wihen the pup'la of the1 J. Blair. ndo owner; and this affiant has no Yards: 20th and Cleveland Avo. Mines: Hlina, Clay County, Ky. PRIESTHOOD JUBILEE. the stand before the court ot public vocal class ot 1921 of Mrs. Jane icason to bellove that any ether Webster Murrell will present tho Just too late to register, a little opinion to support tho cause ot opera, "Chimes of Normandy," in bov Democrat arrived at the home Mnt Rev. Albert T Daoger. O. F. person, association, or corporation Home Phono, City 25891 training as preached and ad- concert rorm at oiy ltosary auqi- - of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Ford, M D. D., of Santa Fe, N. M., wac has any Interest direct or indirect in Cumh. Phono, Main 9445 vocated by the Catholic Church! a S' Bon'face church Sunday, and the said stock, bonds, or other se torum, Fourtn ana rarit, at a Park avenue, this past week. C. B., NEVIAN ART CO. pontificated at the solemn mass at curities than as so stated by him Mrs. Murrell Is an artiest o'clock. 5. That the average number ot in her line, and her excellent class j Miss Christine Sienor and Mise 10 a. m., at which the beautiful WORST EVER FACED. CARRY FULL LINE OF ARTISTS' MATERIALS of Forty Hours commenced. copies of each Issue of this publicahas been well coached and each one Carrio Wetzel, of North Vernon, shows great ab'llty. Ths entertain- - spent two weeks In tho homo ot Archbishop Deager, who is a mem tion sold or distributed, througr the Iacluding White China, Parchment Lamp Shades, Kasburg's Roman Gold, The problem of unemployment is ment JfKg'vcn under tho auspices or Mr. and Mre Frank Poolov. Park- - ber of the Franciscan order, is one malls or otherwise, to i&ld sub Paints and Brashes Lessons in China given both Day and Night Club for. view. of the youngest Archbishops of' the scribers during the six months pre- Firing Dally still with us desplto all the discus- St. Helen's country, and on Monday, celebrated ceaing the date shown above is Fund. of ROOM 200 TYLER BUILDING sions and suggestions ot the confer- the benefit fifty their Homo are on (This information is required from 319 WEST JEFFERSON STREET cents and Mfes Mary Catherine Scharfen his s'lver Jubilee Iz the priesthood dally publications only.) are ence held in Washington. Wo are T'ckets the Rehm music store on borirer. Meadowhrook. at St. Anne's church, 'n Jennings ewtertalned sle at Qome Phone, City 7804 Inclined to think that the problem Fourth street. at Sunday dinner M'sses Mary Joe county. Ind., near North Vernon, hfe KENTUCKY IRISn AMERICAN CO. Hma Phone, City 4300 Cumb. Phone, Main 3580-- 4 Cumb. Phone, West 412-WILLIAM M. HIQOINS. and Alice McGeo and Helen Cam- - od homo. He was consecrated in will grow bigger during the next few May, 1919. plon. Sworn to and subscribed before me excogitated by .... SEWING SOCIETY SOCIAL. weeks. The plans & Joseph Hubbuch Sr. & Son Frank this1 let day of October, 1921. tfca conference to solve the problem JEFFERSONVniLE. Mrs. Mike Shafer, Masses Ada Th lad'" nf St. Anthony's Ho- HATTIE HIQOINS. will not help much The fact ia pita' Sewing Sor'ety will entertain Shnfer and Ida May Schn'der of Dealers la HOUSE N. P. J. C, Ky, Knlrhts of that money Is "tight" and employers at Tr'nlty Council club pome, uax' Mr. nd Mrs. Chrte Schnider on villa obMnred CVn'umbus of Jeferson-a- Commission expires January 10, AND AND RUM WALL PAPER Columous day with d Mprton. next Wednesdey ar a inf"r wHs' ems 10 keen em- - r r ;. laree dumber of members la atfend- - 1922. rvfoniiB Rowan streaiL 1800 WB8T MARKET RTREKT FALLS CITY HALL BLDG ' ance. ' ployed tfoalr present forees not to , Mora, than 200 were present! ftf fi,a ire la-- 1 ' jaflw lUM-llft- S Phoae Shawnee 12 WB8T MAKKJST of the pro- - gramme, Mayma Cooataataae, of Jet-- durlag praaoartaUoa' j taluk ot Ukiag oa new nea. Bask- - Titad .NTUOKy IRISH fllKtRIOflN. COMING EVENTS. by fersonville, accompanied her niece, Mies AdeJ Constantino, has gone to Atlanta to visit h,er aunt, , Mrs. Edward SheMnut. CCARR CHIMES OF NORMANDY Mrs. Jane Webster Murrell HELENA'S OPERATIVE Parlor R'-""JCK- 319-32- 1 CORNS.BUNIONS 4fU - I n-, oj ... ""b; ! T A mr " ST. HELENA'S de-ma- Oil and Grease That Trains - A GOOD INVESTMENT vi-r- - d-- I an-An- d dll OO p yj O'B-ya- n. National Bank of Kentucky OPBN NIGHT I ns M ...KOBY DRUG OO... Prescription SSpeolnllsts m Hlg-g'n- -- l pro-Engli- sh n. indigna-Lou'svll- lo Prop. Q MAGIC SOAP COMPANY TINNERS SOGIFTV ; AAAikiH - Hogan-Filbe- hard-foug- ht P. BANNON Freel. anti-Catho- lic PIPE CO.! . . anony-assalle- o, t aaeaaaMat(y x zo-u'o- Post-Offic- Sunday- ENTERPRISE -school old-tim- M forty-seco- nd Repaired GO-CAR- ve GUNN jh, IOE . - d. de-vot'- W Hartman Sons 1 ..n ..,, DECORATORS 2- -J PAINTERS -- prat. Hnkl ttee-ldeaa- ?) K:EJsraruoBtY irih amkiicx. ECONOMY ANYWAY- Jringin TT7 UP I Bl f && V-rCSw - - ""li i J -.- -, Jill 753v K5 I .PISHIM' yCrf JFSIL . A. TasK HAVE AMY ,.m.,-- 1 THHJ- - T ( 3AIT TC j"- - : Sr toi I nxousrr 3 U.KY.CJ 30.T ggJ ::::Ns. t fArvc y 1 Buy St. Bernard Coal PHONES 932 I Flexner Building, 314 West Chestnut Street WALL PAPER 250,000 ROLLS AT SAVINGS OF FROM 33 TO 50 PER CENT. Because wo secured such favorable concessions on this lot of Papers you may save considerable in the papering of your home and there are patterns and kinds suitable for every room, from your kitchen Papers to bedroom tints and heavy, rich living-rooFROM 1 CENT TO $1.00 PER ROLL And besides we furnish you with experienced hangers m 804 EAST MARKET STREET R. K ORB & SON ABOVE SHELBY CHAS. J. MERIWETHER City 9196 Cbas. Lobcr DESIGNER AND BUILDER ARTISTIC HOMES Main 345 008 STARKS BUILDING TELEPHONES Gay Leber LEBER BROTHERS INTERIOR DECORATORS and thlnrs dear to hem. the HOME PHONE, CITY 8700 standing armv of he ohuh the BLACKBURN & DAVIS 809 NORTON BUILDING he (Whol'r watchmen on he Vll LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY PLUMBING AND HEATDNG n press. Wll make these s'no nf known. 2040 FRANKFORT AVENUE It ' tihere'oro but nt the reen,t reasonable Home Phono, Crescent 71 OAKDALE DRUG COMPANY at Wsh'ngton of ithe Na- LOUISVILLE .. Incorporated KENTUCKY Mfti Connc'l of rVi'hol'c tional Schrpmbs policed out th"t PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS B'shon Both Phones 2406 the great needi of the hour are , 8104 FOURTH AVENUE, TAYLOR AND BERRY BOULEVARDS two: The oiwanirat'on 'or OathOl'o Your Patronage, Largo or Small, Always Appreciated men and women end a strong, effREUTLINGER & CO. PARK 882 icient Cathol'c prera. PARK 600 Adolpb Reatllnicer SEWING SOCIETY OFFICERS. West 9200 Phone Your Wants To Shawnee 800 FIRE INSURANCE The St. Thomas Sewing Cmlo has TORNADO. LIABILITY AND C. elected the fo'low'Tw nw officrs for . PLATE GLASS the next year: M1s M'nni'e Wo"-OUT RATE DRUGGIST 128 80ITTH THIRD STREET Mrs. J. J. nonneMy. V'ce Prp'dAnt; AND MARKET STREETS N. E. COR. TWENTY-SIXTP'es'dent. and Miss Ed'th Dowllng. LOWEST PRICES Secretary and Trcnsuror. A voe of HIGHEST QUALITY JOHN B. WATHEN t. thnlos was tr'ven tho re'i'irinc Mrs. Ponnelly, and pJso o rUHNITUKH MO VINO AND crenerons Mvra. McAee for HENRY M1 HOME PHONE, CIY 680$ ANDREW PAOKINO pew.rir od a'd. TheWednesNC 580 South Twenty-WEILER BROS. and third days are the days of the month. Wm iea 4baime 19X6 AX.I. KINDS OF DEALES3 IK IOVG DISTANOH HAniJNfl inBERNIAN ENTERTAINBLENT. SECOND-HANTIGHT AND SLACK AND BARRELS AND KEGS Home Phone, Shawnee 803 iNest Wedniealay nlcht D'vls'on 3. LOUISVILLE, KY. A. O; H., and tbe Lad'es' Aux'Hary 2 UNDERBILL STREET HENRY COSS will u've a Jon4t enterf'nnvmt fn tho H'bern'an Home at E'cMeenth nOOFTNG. OrTTERINO. SPOUTiNG and Pontland avenue. The mpmbere H. TULLY Tin Roofn Repaired and Pnlnted have been mak'nc .preparations for Aiiptinlt Rhlnslp flprwinlty hls aff'r for some time nastt, and FOURTH AND AVERY STREETS SOU WEST BROADWAY Is Sffe o say .hat tho'O who ALSO HOT AND COLD LUNCH 't SOFT DRINK STAND Tho aMend will fW 'well rerald. CATHEDRAL. public Is extended an Invitation to THE BEST IN THE CITY tako part In this affair. DROP IN AND GET ACQUAINTED TODAY CITY 3328 The ladles of tho Altar Society of tho Cathedral on Thursday, OctoCOVINGTON. ber 27, will give their entertainThn TTolv Nims narade tomorrow ment, for which they are so earnestof the D'ocean Un'on eoff'etles ait ly preparing, In the Cathedral Hall. CovJr.'oton wll he tho lareest fhit Many and wonderful amusement atiifl Union ever had In Its history. tractions will be seen and particuWE DELIVER Officers of ihe Diocesan Un'on Wll larly Interesting wdll bo tho games 2500 GRD7FITHS AVENUE lead the parade as usinl. and there that will be contested. Mrs. DavM BOTH PHONES wt'l be twelve bnfs baTds and on Wolsh and tho ladles assisting her drum corps to furnish tho music for have already arranged for a number East 9153 the fully elx housand mn who WJ1 of pleasing surprises for those who Alshland 841 From all Indications this bo In line. Tho rally will be under attend. THE HIGHLANDS S, TOP AV WHEN tho ansn'ces of S. Mary Caihed-a- l. ; enterta'nment will be the biggest The' Cov'njrton C'ty Commlss'onera and most successful' they have ever ROM IE and Cov'ntrton ponce nave Deen in undertaken. vlted to participate. om'-B'o- ' ers have overreached themselves. In attacking too many classes all at the Game time, they stirred up a hornets' nest which has got beshow yond control. History will that If the K. K. K. had jrono on tho warpath against Catholics on'y they could have kept up their gathering in of dupes for several years at least. Did von ever sion to tWnk that one reason why the secular pres wui at times como out in uoienso m our rights as Catholics Is the fact thnt wo hnw otir own nubl'ctions? Tho big majority of tho da'Hes pre- feT not to taKe nan in any controversy. That excuse let's them nut In manv cases where there Is no question of a controversy, but merely rferenso or consiuuuona4 rights and jus'cc of R'shoins R'ncn tho Catholic the No America have onnnlzod tional CathoVc War Council, nnd later the Welfare Council. It has be wMely known come that tno hierarchy liys great streea on the imno"-,nof a w'de o'rcuKtfon of the Catholic press. For th's Ch-oll- c they have lnss'tu.ted a nress month ad a fmeal department under Rson Russell and a weekly news and cable eery1 This knowledge lrs 'nrnrefsed the secular nress. and they knoiw thai V thev lenore tho risonb'o B ", fll... i crnrri owuaii, tim isviivuu OTn1V kiiiiuu I uuuu vity OOtft liuuiv. Women throughout the country Indication! aro that the K. K. K. Most Attractive Restaurant Near are flocking to tako advantage of will rapidly disintegrate and the Union Station. Knights of Columbus cause o Its short existence may be evening schools, Supremo Secretary William found In the fact that the organiz- Geo. AJrU Ur Xiiiii - I ... . s J v mnr-po- se nnb-iV.'- ty wn and deenso of Cah-ol'r- m J. McGinley reports. In eadh of the 130 schools In tho K. of C. Delicious Pastries a Specialty. system 25 per cent, more women in mens furnishings 5)17 "West Hrondwa , Lmilsvillo proportion to tho general enrollment are applying for roglstrat'on year. Former this year than Home Shaw. 105 Cumb. West 295 service women last enjoy the same prlv''ege of free tuition In the K. of C. schools wtlh former service 7 VTHES FLOORING SHINGLES men. The policy of tho Knights of Columbia schools h"s been newly FLORIST and uniformly stated, and we are ZwJ3&&Tm using tho slogan "For Service, not Cut Flowers, Designs, Plan's for Profit" throughout the country. They are pblo to accommodate vc iJr nod Greenwood, civ'l'ans In these schools as ! to 4W a. BnekUuilr k tn. etk. aruek Tar aa SwltoX well as former service men, but 'vll'ars are icnuired to pay nomHAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES inal fees for the courses they McDANIEL DRUG COMPANY All Kinds of Footwrar For the Whole Family CTTY 2524 SEVENTH AND BROADWAY BRITISH PRISON POLICY. soum 912a Two IIAMBLY'S Stores Lord Mayor O'Cnllaghan. sneaking PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED LOWEST 2(lth and Portland Shaw. 1710 Wednesday at a meet'ng of the Cork PRICES CONSISTENT WITH BEST QUALITY OF DRUG City 7104 18th nnd Magazine Hrbor Board moved the following STORE MERCHANDISE PROMPT, POLITE SERVICE resolution: ,rWfl Insist that T.lnvA George's protestations of n sincere WE ARE AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR TELEPHONE Maple neire ror peace between Ireland and Great can not bo acEighteenth and Bernheim Lane cepted whileBritain his government reto'ns In prteon and 'n internment camns thousands of tintr'ed Tr'shmen." P. Soft Drink B. O'Brien, "n second'ng the resoFRED SCHICK, Prop. HOME PHONE CITY 2528 lution, sa'd that tho Irish hienrchy had called upon the British Galblnot LOUISVILLE, KY O. E. Davto to release tbso men for tho sake 735 E.BROADWAY. L. P. Blarklinrn Waidlein Restaurant WBpJs X J SIMCN P0NTRKH Twenty-tight- h &foeiMx:amnaj 'naea oor) ttru .9 Tree Garden Stand MA.SOJV GOSS of jeace. KLAN MUST FEAR, of office from the late tat onn-vent'- on --- PHONES ARTHUR H WOERTZ President Harding took the oath Chef Justice When you have bottles to sell see ns. When you want to buy bottles we White and Senior Justice McKenna have a largs stock of all kinds. has administered it to Taft as Chief Justice of tho United States Supremo Court. What terU2H-SJ- 8 Fchr Avenuft rifying procedures, these must be to City 8714 tho Kleaglcs and tho lC!ans, when they know that botb Justices White and McKenna were Catholics and NATIONAL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION CO. Incorporated that these four great men have not been Initiated up to date as 100 per cent, Klean and Man Americans. Tho Guardian. BOTTLES F. W ALWJES & SON , GENERAL CONTRACTORS 54-5- 0 BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING PADUCAIT. LOUISVILLE, KY. Pres-Hm- hr fl-- 8t W . D 878-08- A. J. OhllgschJagcr, BccreUry J. B, Ohligschlngcr, President Poducah Council, Knights of CoHOME PHONE. CITY 3629 lumbus, carried out fully Its preparations for tho field moss to be celebrated at the church of St. John AUTO LAUNDRY ACCESSORIES the Evangelist In McCracken county, CADDIE & ROSENHAM whore Father Maeser is pastor, on Columbus day. The sermon of tho 414 SOUTH EIGHTH STREET occosialn was delivered by the Rev. Francis Martin, assistant priest at AUTO REPAIRING BY SKILLED MECHANICS St. Patrick's church. In Louisville, WORK DONE PROMPTLY who was an army chaplain and was HOME PHONE, CITY 7B7U In France with the American troops. PLEASURE RDDGE SOCIAL. C. J. KEMPER Groceries, Fresh Meats and Vegetables SCHULMAN'S GROCERY m S EVERYTHING TO EAT AND DRINK GEO. " " The Young Ladles' Sodality of St. Paul's church, of Pleasure Ridge, Invites its fr'cnds dn the city to HOT AND COLD LUNCH OYSTERS IN SEASON come out and spend a pleasant SPECIAL HOT ROAST BEEP SANDWICHES And evening "at a lunchafternoon eon and enterta'nment in St. Hel- 041 WEST MARKET STREET PHONE CITY 150 en's Commercial Club. Take Orell cars to Mlddorf Station. The date Is October 10. Authorized dealers for Tho line of CONDUCT MISSIONS. Tables, Bowling Alleys, Supplies and Accessories. Sample tables on display. Sold on the Club Plan easy payments. Rev. Father Raphael, C. P., of tho Sacred Heart Retreat, la in CinJOIEtf OGLE COMPANY cinnati, conducting a mission at Incorporated Holy Cross church, which onened last Sunday. Rev. Father Adelbcrt, SEVENTH AND JEFFERSON LOUISVILLE, KY. C. P has pone to WItten, S. D to irfve a mission at ithe church of St, EXPERT CLEANING, PRESSLNG AND ALTERTNG Jonni the Baptist. SOFT DRINKS POCKET BILLARD TABLES Brunswlck-Balke-Collend- er MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL. Rutlh Agnes H. I LEVY BRIDGE DINNER. BAXTER AND BRECKINRIDGE J. ROM1SER, Prop. FREE LOTTO PARTY. Tho Columbia Athletic OVub announces a .free lotto party to bo ECKERLE DRUG COMPANY given next Tuesday night at tho club house. 621 East St. Catherine RATE ALL THE TIME EVERYTHING OUT street There will bo handeomo LOUISVILUB, KY. awards and everybody Is Invited to FLOYD AND MARKET Both Phoau come and enjoy tho tun. This club to composed of active young men, and a visit to their club .house and METAL WORKS 0. K. Its Improvements should bo enjoyed. SHEET Incorporated Mrs. Thomas D. Cllnes, Audubon Park, entertained wttli a delightful dinner and bridge party In honor of Mrs. Frank J. H.Iggins. of Augusta, Ga., at tho Audubon Club last Saturday afternoon.. Tho favors were unique and vory pretty. Those present were Mesdames Lloyd Taylor, Overton McMeeWn, A. W. Williams, Frank Cassell, Ross Gordnn, From nearly 1.000 beauties Miss MERCIIANT TAILOR Brady, on American Maker of High Class Ladies' and Gentlemen's Garments at Moderate Prices girl, was selected as tho most beau402 EAST BROADWAY, AT PRESTON tiful In a contest at a recent ball CITY 994 in the Panama Canal Zone, She Is seventeen. Her father is a veteran Government omnloyo In the zone. THERE IS A DISTINCT ADVANTAGE IN GETTDTG ANYTHING Tho Judees proclaimed hor the most YOU MAY NEED IN THE SMOKE LINE AT THE beautiful girl In South America, 440 SOUTH FIFTH STREET PHONE CTTY R2M "Tho Boy Who Came Back" Is a BECAUSE OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS FRESH AND COMPLETB new Juven'lo by John Talbot Smith, Boy Who whose "The Looked Ahead" was such a great success Hot Lunch. The Eest in the City last season. Th's .new story tells In Soft Drirfcs an absorbingly Interesting way how young Lawton had a very pleasant tmo go'ng down the easy road of GOOD STORY BOOK, FIFTH AVENUE CIGAR STORE ard Hugh Cutter, Wai'.ton Neville, GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES AND SKYLIGHTS REPAmiNG OF ALL KINDS TIN, SLATE AND TILE ROOFING 642 EAST ST. CATHERINE ST. CITY 1705 DISCOVERY DAY EXERCISES. R. A. Fine's Pharmacy JOHN B. RATTERMAN DRUGS Prescriptions . Oar Specialty " FUNERAL DIRECTOR "ASK YOUR DOCTOR" 2114 WEST MARKET STREET PHONES: Cumb., South 1881 and 9211 Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland Home. City 1881 and 1882 Wst 1 179. FOURTH AND TOLL STREETS Every Business Has Something Extra To Offer Its Customers B. I.UBBXX8 nAS AT S19 EAST BrtOATViVAY. H.B0SSES0N Funcrai Directors and Emfaalmers, Telephone V WHOLE WKSrVT FLOUR WHOLE WHEAT BR1AD cim frar. Ow vxe PMOHWI aowva m Bast Oty mi "2078 322 OOO I3J. BROADWA A targe number of members of New Albany Council, Knights of Columbus', attended the Discovery day exercises Wednesday night at the council at the New Albany FORTY nOURS. Ceniter club houpo. Gilbert Powell delivered tho address and a devotion in Tho Forty Hours musical programme was given. The nowly-clectofficers were Installed. honor of ithe most Blessed Sacrament will be held In Holy Cross church, St. Aloysius church and St. ST. ALOYSIUS SOCIAL. Agnes church, beglnnlnig in each Tho ladles of St. Aloysius church with tho high mass Sunday mornwll' eniterfaln with a social and ing. Devotions will be conducted luncheon next Wednesday afternoon both morning and even'ng w'th sne-dsermons on Sunday and MonCouncl' at Trinity md evening day. They will como to a solemn Hall, Baxter and Morton avenues. close on Tuesday, IRISH MOVING PICTURE. LOUISVILLE DELEGATE, Prea'denl Jos. D. Hennessy, of Miss Reus Weiseahergilott 1's Division 4, A. O. H., announces that ho Is miking arrangements to pro- Monday evening for Washington duce the nvuoh t"lked of movie pic- D. C-- . to atfoid tho convention o' ture, "Freedom of Ireland." here In National CoHHcH.oinathol'c Women cHy. M.'$ We'wwbe'Tr-- ' the near future, and the ,dte and 'n part'eul-arma&9 knowi St. will b Cluh, of, whfeh 4m k PrawWest. 'Met. Com-mun"y ed al Thomas D. rVno. p R Laniham, Harry Milton Miller, W. B. Price, Harvey Haysq", Charles Klaiphoke, E. W. Sauer, D. J. Abbott,, Sam Castleman, New York: Frank J. HIgglns, Miss Hattio Higgins. M. S. Rowe, Samuel McDonald, wilfulness, but a miserable tmo com'ng bnck. The book Is published by Blpse Bensnsrer & Co.. New York, and may be obtained at our Catholic book stores. IMPROVING. JAMES WK5AWOOIV 2106 PORTLAND AVE. GLOBE THIS MONTH WITH THE Phone Shawnee 1416 P 'op in ard Get Acquainted 8HOURITY A LOA lBeorporat A. Lazar, Manager Moaey Advanced ob Yoar Plata 812 Wet Jefferson Strrt (Second Floor) Hrtm Phono CltT 2M7 Weekly Savings Club :$TART BNE O. ! William Leo Cole, who underwent a tn'nor orcHit'on at Sts. Mary and El'7abeth Hoip'ital, is improving at his home In Crestwodd. HOPE HAVEN FAR.M. South Louisville Bank Fonrtli nnil (Vntrnl AvCnn. tht Ter.-rftett- s Helf' Electric Co, Tho Knights of Columbus of New Home PhOne, Parkway 50 pnrtuotIn a car'frr. Cumb. Phone, South 9235-- J Orleans 'Vc Use tho Golden Rule" ' ". 000,000 fn for "Ho"e Haven 913 WEST MARKET STREBT Farm," a free home for bov n City 47R2 far from, the cly. O'her Cathol.Vo INDUSTRIAL LIGHT AND POWgR W'1I 8"siVt PRES0RD?TION DRUGGIST n I.VSTAIiliATION'H. RESIDENTS- he money, and It Is AND DERBY BTA'DA. WIRING. FIXTURE LAMPS tlw lo"l lodge of Elks wll ateo TAYLOR TELEPHONB YOUR DRUG WANTS AND REPAIRS 'pMileipttte, F. P. Valinoti ' to FRED WARNS, JR. rmPiaji.-'yfliMfln- wer-ce'e- rjin tht . JHOBSlJCXJOJKrsr OPEN FOR BUSINESS XSfcXiftlJefc ROUSING jJBaJBXMX2Jl!. Coun- MEETING NEW CASH DEPARTMENT to Wear. STORE 1 FranklinGasBurners i t and new. Our Policy-B- uy gin and utmost value. Women's and Children's Ready Good, in correct styles and serviceable ouahties. All articles in store are fresh cash, email overhead, small marfor cash, sell for Men's Furnishings a nd Piece t OUTLET CASH DEPARTMENT STORE INCORPORATED t 320 WEST JEFi'ISKSON STREET I Making 'MttH4 Old Shoes New work promptly attended to. Look for electric sign "STARK, PrlCCS no llltlllOr. "Will For Quality and First OInss Service You Will Make No Mistake In Taking Your Shoes to and t call forPhonedeliver. City 231 Homo - STARK v. cr.- 645 Fourth Ave , Bet. Chestnut and Broadway Hintn linnlr Innt. l!lr nfiW. Out-of-to- rousing meeting Tuesday night at Holy Rosary Auditorium, when an audience of reprcsentattlvo men and Overhauled and Cleaned women of Louisville greeted Miss Anna Walsh, of Cork, Ireland, a most eloquent and earnest odvocato of the recognition of tho Irish Re E. G, HEART1CK public and freedom for us pooplo. City 21 SI East 2173 Seated upon, ithe etago wore Rev. and Flathora Walsh. O'Sullivan 915' E. Broadway. others of the clergy, Messrs. Owen Doyle, Miss Mary .t. ! ! Sullivan, John ! t!!! 4 Harig and Corcoran, Mrs. Fred It your bora aa duoaUom that will others.andRev. John O'Connor on1 the announced as first prtpar Xhvm (or Ufa programme a song In Gaelic by Rer. tk College Patrick Walsh, of Sacred Heart church, whoso: rendition of tho 111 W. Broadway, olrrtll, Xy. "Meeting of the Waters" wlas so Conducted by the Xaverl&n Brothers. heaVtiy applauded that ho responded Aboo." Edward Course, Preparatory Department, Largo with "O'Donnell also Wolfe, the Limerick tenor, Swimming Pool, well equippeo Terms moderate. made a .hit when he sang "A LitUo Pro. Benjamin. Dlr. Bit of Heaven," with "Mother Machree" for the encore. The audience rose and cheered for FURNACES Members of Robert Emmet cil, A. A. R. I, R., and sympathizers with the people of Ireland held a WALNUT THEATER HOME OF HIGH CLASS PICTURES AND GOOD MUSIC. i !MtMf HERMAN STRAUS POUHTM AVeNUt turow&Urco SONS MARKET STREET JI We dive and Redeem Qold Trading Stamps. $2.50 t t- t- BOYS' SUITS pro-eld- ed Xavler's SHOES For Every Member of the Pamily at O. $10 - FOR Real Ice Cream and Sherbet OAIiL KLOTZ ICE CREAM WORKS 1218 Home Phone City 395 EAST MARKET STREET. - ,SWISS CLEANING- EPPING'S OF MEN'S SUITS With Minor Repairs Free Saves Buying. INCORPORAVSD Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed. Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. Buttons SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS Offlco 017 South Fourth. Plant 000 South Sixth.. - . ; WEWANTYOURWORKII! We're Prepared to Do It Promptly and in First-Class'Styl- e. t language Ireland spoke when" she MANUFACTURERS was proud and free. Appealing for recognition of tho Irish Republic, FINE CANDIES tho counterpart of that of this country, sho declared "England never Pullings and Wheels a Specialty got from Erin the words 'We're conCandy quered,' and thank God she never 1930 West Market Street will." There will bo no surrender, Phone Shawnee 2347 and when the last man is gone tho women will be ready. To the women of Ireland Miss Walsh paid a glowTHE VERY BEST sacrifice ing tribute, who would ovoryth'ng but their honor and purity. "We may have peace, we want peaco, but it must be a Just peace." sho declared. Speaking of America's struggle for freedom from England she 'Dolmted to Ireland's treatment of this country and the treatment of Benjamin Franklin, who was sent SOFT DRINKS homo with a Joyous heart, backed by Irian money and Irish men. Ireland now asks that Franklin's promises be kept, that no blood be Bhed, but Tho only recognition be granted. American doctrine, sho said, wad Beading Braiding the Sinn Fein doctrine. Citing tno Beaked Bags Repaired horrors of English cruelty" and perwomen, Bho said, were Russell' Service hoppe secution, the make the supremo sacprepared to rifice for ithelr country, but they 3o7-8- . Boston Building look to America for the recognition Xollio Russell, Manager. to which they are entitled. Tho splendid meeting was closed by Mrs. Fred Harlg at tho piano, the audisee poolex monhx. ence singing "The Star Spangled Loans to those having regular or salary, with no publicity Banner." r rod tape. Loans to housekeeper FATHER KENNEDY'S LECTURE. their personal security. We are offering you these Suits at a very special price, just to adver- u time wh9n Rev. HENRY FISCHER some introduced Miss Father as a FRED FEIGE & SON tise our Boys Department. These Walsh nor distinguished representative of tho Suits are made of good woolen mate" newly born Irish Republic, the 431 E. MARKET ST of the small nations to enjoy PORK PACKER has their freedom. Miss terials, splendidly tailored and finBhared in tho sorrows the people of Mark Sales, Pres. and Treaa. Jacobs, J. Ireland ished Boiled Hams a Specialty cital of have suffered, and her struggles they underwent CO. L. ORAUMAN since tho Easter ot 191 was both Incorporated paithotlc and Inspiring. The speaker THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW Gaelic, the Sealers GOODIE CANDY GO. began her address All Kinds of Office and uyra-naalu- O'Con- lalt-e- st "Walsh A re- Sec. & G in' Store rixtnxes, Safes, Cash Registers, Show Cases, Counters, Shelving, Sto. 510 WEST MAIN STBEET Homo rhone. City 1888 In FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING ' N. W. $10 THE NAME KENTUCKY & INDIANA DAHWES COMPANY MEANS Corner Fourth and Jefferson INCORPORATED PURE PASTEURIZED MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS BUTTER A SPECIALTY Tho Customer Will Know That You Watch His Interests If You Sell K. AND JNO. P. MORTON & CO. established 1820 I. PRODUCTS FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERS Hemstitching Lonisvili, Kj KENTUCKY AND INDIANA DAIRIES CO. Incorporated JACKSON AND FEHR AVENUE BOTH PnONES 4202 Pleating OFFIOH OUTFITTERS 4TATIONKRS PIUNTKU Euncva Cigar Hcrm Pcrfccto Schrocr'a Smokers (UNION MADE) Home Phone, City 6041 LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK Por Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a total deposit of more than 13,000,000, is tho monumont of confidence built by the people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. for SCHROER BROS. 641 Manufacturers of FINE CIGARS EAST JEFFERSON STREET UNbER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SFCOHD DR. JOHN P. BECKER PRINTING Cards, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Dodgers, Etc. Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty. K I 310 HOME PHONE 946. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN "WISST ORE5E53V 3,R5JB6'1. v Drs. Harrison and Strassburg We Make a Specialty of All Brandies of Dentistry. Tfo Use All Modern Appliances In tlio Elimination of Pain. "Experiences of a Missloner." a F. It. OPTOMETRIST Building, lecture filled with much sunshine 1, Courier-JourniwB Practice limited to diagnosing sliadows, depicting tho and some 41 S S. Fourth Street. life of the prlcrt and his people In and correcting defects ot Eyesight missions along tho Gulf or Mexico, by the fitting of proper glasses. K. Su Xrspp Oha. 8. Xrapp will be given by Rev. Bmmett B. SUITE 310 STARES BLDCJ. 1C75 Hall, Kennedy at Vernon Home Phone, City 700E Story avenue, on Sunday evening at Third Floor KRAPP'S MEAT MARKET 8 o'clock. This 1s said to be one of the best of Father Kennedy's COR. FOURTII AND Wholesale and Retail collection and to have pleased large WAIiNUT, STREETS SXZV, 7GKK, TUAX. AXO audiences In the Eastern cities Home Phone, City 1180 All Xtada of Braoked Meat whore ltvras recently delivered. In commentlntr unon "Experiences of a HOURS 9 A. M. TO 6 P. M. OR 201 EA8T JEFFER80N STREET Missloner" the Connellsvllle Dally BY APPOINTMENT News said that "It was one ot tho entertaining H. A. DOLL most instructive and BETTER SHOES FOR entertainments ever given in tho CONCRETE WORK city, and that the stories told in LESS MONEY characteristic dialect were very CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER amusing.'' Father Kennedy Is a native of Louisville. He Is a prod' SPALDING SHOE CO. 3 BAXTER AVENUE uot of St. Brlgld'e school and was Out of the High Rent District Eithor Phone the first young priest to read his mass in the new St. Brigid's EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE ST8. first church in the Highlands. For Open Evenings Until Nino O'clock GAS FITTING AND SEWERAGE 'twelve years he has been laboring poor in ROBERT E. SCHULER among the of Mobile,the missions of C. A. KOERNER & CO. Ala. At presthe diocese ent ho Is visiting relatives in tho PLUMBING Highlands. After the lecture of GENERAL CONTRACTORS Repair Work Promptly Attended To Sunday evening he will return to OFFICE AND YARD: 1009 MARY STREET his labors in Alabama. Tho public FLOYD AND BURNETT STREETS is invited to hear the lecture. Phone City 5708 POOLEY, al 621-G2- Where the QuicK Meal Comes Id the brightest ; Where the Where borne U U Wbero work U dOB lightest;, work Where the meal u ' cooked bests Where the range staada tb tort where the That's "Qalck Ileal" comes Wbero eootdBg mmw real ihhj Where bakLag giTee A Ugbt; Where dredge is aaft lgbt That's where la "Quick Meal" asaae Qnlck Maal GaaiRavftea Sold, Installed aud IIi GEHER & SON, 6few ! j Receauasadtd w, KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. DEMAND TECHNICAL TRAINING. LOUISVILLE, ITALIANS KY. 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. Phono Cily 4603 Phone City 4593 DON'T FORGET THAT GRAYV0N ALLMEN Sanitary Milk Co. OfcoxroxAnBX IS THE ( HOME OF PURE 11 MILK ASK YOUR GROCERS, DOMESTIC We are miners and distributors of the best Eastern and Western Kontucky Coal produced, and can therefore furnish your requirements with the best satisfaction and lowest prices. Consumers will benefit by the purcbas of their coal NOW. Let us have'your ordr r TODAY. Wo operate three retail vards at Louisville and also ship anywhere. Special reducad prices on car load shipments. HARVEY-JELLIC- O I COAL INOORPORATKM STEAM coal company Yard and fSIorator, Fopo and Payne Htreota. Yard IMM M. Flrt St'cct. Yard Fifteenth and Magnolia. Main G33. City 14G0. Main Offlco 411 Htarks Building. COAL CO. NEW O. T. "COAL YARD S. Hlgk Grade Coal at tho very loweBt prices. Clay and Fulton Streets. Give us a trial. Curab. Easl 220 City 4$; AJK TOUR GXOOER XjOUMVILLS CttSAK GS0TT'I OWaHTAL KREAM FRYDKAKES IHI) OaYJOt CO., IiMMiwnrte One of the most optimistic signs Wednesday evening tho Knights ot the present industrial situation. i3 Secretary of Columbus of Louisville joined In revealed by Supreme tho celebration of Columbus day by William J. McGinley in his analysis attending an Interesting gathering of registrations for the Knights of at the Seclbach Hotel, which was Columbus' national evening school 1921-2- 2 term addressed by La Vega CJoments, system- - Xor the State Deputy, of Owonsboro. Fol- "There Is an unprecedented demand lowing a musical programme, In for technical training," he finds. which Miss Lillian Trad earn, Miss "Wo have had tho briskest regis Marie Dumstorff, Miss Lucy Mudd, tratlon period In the three years Ed Wolfe and David Maloney par that our schools have been estab ticipated, the Grand Knight intro lished, and 95 per cent, of the stu duced the speaker of tho evening. dents enrolling for K. of C. courses "Tho Spirit of tho Times" was the have elected to take what are subject discussed by Mr. Clements, known as livelihood courses tech wiho had spoken in the morning at nical training designed to aid them Bowling Green and In the afternoon In following trade vocations such at Bardstown. as telegraphy, acetelyne welding, After speaking of tho BpirLt which auto mechanics, plumbing, painting, animated Columbus in making the ete. A substantial percentage of voyage into the uncharted seas and the 50,000 porsons so far registered saying that It was the same spirit are at present unemployed, but which dominated tho men who their search for employment has fought in tho war of the Revolu- Impressed them with the necessity tion and laiter signed tho Declara- of learning some practical trade to tion of Independence, tho speaker fit them for work at a specialized declared that the same spirit Is calling. More than fifty per cent making Itself manifest once more ot those registering in the 130 K. at the present time "when this of C. schools are former eorvlco by danger men and women who receive free country Is threatened from within and without." "Social- tuition," With the gradual increase ists, anarchists, tho I. W. W.'s, tho in industrial activity, he odds, the graduate Ku Klux Klan and other similar or- K. of C. schools will ganizations," Mr. Clements said, qualified workers for thirty-seve-n "are the enemies from within, while different call'n gs covered in the from without insidious propaganda school curricula. Is at work in a desperate effort to TOUCHING TABLEAUX. create Bentiment favorable to a return to England." That Protestanta A totally blind worM war veteran and Catholics alike are combining to at the combat the s'nilster influences which eat among the exhibits are being noticed at every hand, and American Red Cross convention in that within a year the Ku Klux Columbus, Ohio, when he heard at Klan will be "buried under the over some distance hearty laughter. whelming sentiment of a united "That's Father Duffy's laugh and American cltizenhlp," was one of voice. I'd know it anywhere. Lead the assertions made by the speaker, me to him." "Bless my soul If dt isn't Marty who added that all religions must unite now as they did In the time of Corcoran." said the "flghtinig chapthe Revolution to preserve this lain'" ot the 1615th New York, as he clasped the; hllnd man in. hie country. The speaker deplored the proba- arms. "An out ouoay 01 mine from Astoria, Long Island." bly unconscious neglect of the formerly withl the Corcoran, men. "Nothing should be too good for the brave men who 165th, had been transferred to the fought for us In the late war. The 166th Ohio, both ot the Rainbow valor of the men in bhie and gray division, and bad bees blinded at has not been forgotten to this day," Chateau Thierry. Spectators apMr. Clements said, "and still we are plauded and wemes were visibly afpermlttlnc 500.000 of the veterans fected by Mm tableaux of the elergyMM aad hte blted eom- of the World War to be without work. This is not as H should be." PftataB. ce CELEBRATE. meeting, and both paid homage to Christopher Columbus and h's followers. The ball was attended by more than 300 couples and as the net proceds from It are to be used for Christmas charity those in charge of the affair wore gratified to announce that a good sum had been realized. HONOR BISHOP HOBAN. Scores of automobiles, carrying hundreds of members of the Italian colony, wore In tho procession, which moved so promt-l- y that it arrived at tho Neighborhood House long before tho lmo set for the meeting which wag to follow It there. Rev. Father C. P. v. Rafto and E. A, Wlllson were the principal speakers ait tho gally-decoated ex-Go- Wednesday marked a splendid celebration of Columbus day by the Italian colony of this city, featured by an imposing parade and public meeting in tho afternoon and banquet and ball at tho Tyler at night. According to Frank Luvlsl, J. P. Iula and 0. Ciresl, it was the greatest celebration ever held. In this statement joined speakers at a gathering which followed tho big parade through tho principal business streets, which was led by Grand Marshal Luvlsl. Tho principal features of tho parade were two floats, one illustrating tho "Landing of Columbus" and the other the 'good relations ex'st-In- g between Uncle Sam and Italy. jtJee)geeee)egiiMXf9 GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. (SMITH, PROP. mA ,t. Funeral Director and Embalmer BOTH PHONES 810. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. frAM..M,frAA.M.rf,flafr. DOUGHERTY ! Funeral Cumb. Main 4 lH"I-W"H-t-M- -m & McELLIOH and Embalmers Home City 200S i 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Directors BOTH 300S-- a 11 :; ; ! IHCMWJBCS. M O M HI H t frvE J IIOME PHONE 88 V "" unique in ecclesiastical place in Scranton on The 150.000 res'dentta regardless ot creed together with the 280,000 communicants, that comorlso the Catholic population of Scranton dioceso ot the Roman Catholic church, on that date observed the golden jubilee ot the founding; of the dloceee and the silver jubilee ot the diocesan head, the Right Reverend Bishop Michael John Hohan. who, because of hie noble work in behalf of CathAn event circles took Wednesday. of that city, sjJ. UrN I2 J. FUNERAL DIRECTORS , AND EMBALMERS. JMLalxx rrr JDAKKI3I A - HVHtrr CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971.y .m a ! street. Eit xirvvvvtMwwtvivvvvvvvy?y &221 t. tr auia - stal-wa- nt -- tropolis ot the anthracite reon, B'ehopa and hundreds ot priests aslted at the Pontifical high mass. Twenty-fiv- e is looked olics and upon as the first cltf7en ot the mecs, Fnneral Director and" Embalmer 17.71 B. OHaWTXUT UOVWVUJM, n,