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As for tho Republican League, no one knows who the officers arc, no ono knows whore the receipts go, and no ono knowo who .the treasurer of this big fund Is, some- saying that Ches himself handles .this big bundle ot No, Mayor Smith's pure boodle and holy apostles of reform aro pledged against claim Ghavlng and political assessments, yet they know the Republican iLeaguo takes tho placo of a claim shaver, while near Mayor Smith, near Mayor Quin, Paul Burl Inline, Lewis Johnson, Jos. .Sclllgmnii, Chief Petty, Chief Xeuensclnvnndcr know thnt each police and flro captain collects political assessments, and thnt former Circulation Manager Scales, of the I feral (1, is custodian of these assessments. Speaking' of assessments, tho n (bosses have found out lately that tho city and county employes, gamblers and bootleggers are a little lax In their payments, many realizing that the Republican machine was doomed to defeat. To encourage collection the bosses then passed the word that wo know tho voters are ngalnst u, but we'll steal Searcy-Chilto- J 11 si la t PHONE: vKVVPVI1 j S HOME M HAW Rrery Drlrer as Sicort loilnffli Tufcsfe Trawhr N 1600 JneorporatnA t VOLUME XLV1I. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1921. PRICE PIVE CENTS. return to Ireland; If the Ulster ficulty dif- REPUBLICAN Machine Forces "Holdfast" Quin to Drop Ills Poso and Go to Work. i HEARS ITS MASTER'S VOICE. Sloppy. Gushing Talk of Keynoter Public to Brace Only Snicker. ...., rr -- ,, DENOUNCE THE IRISH- -, rfl-- I Machine-- Gets Cold Shivers From Joe O'Neal's Statement on tion Crooks. Elec- MEDDIS FOR CHIEF OF POLICE. tho bosseff imow that it Is impossible to Bearcy-Chlltomachine has decided steal an election when tho people to let Quin answer some of tho onv aro overwneimtngiy against tno stealers, but that boast tarrasslng questions being fired at would-b- e given a knockout by Joe CNeal, him and It is strongly rumored that was candidate for Commonne will answer that he will promise DemocraticAttorney, who sold wealth's that c. not to reappoint Chief Petty or he Intended Petty Is booked for Post- when elected crooks, highto go after and low, the master, while Burlingame is to bo and election up. especially to the wolves for his con- This again put those higher collecIhrown the machlno In tho City Hospital case, In duct which ho fired two poor scrub tions below par and tho statement up and women for registering as Democrats. caused cold shivers to run caused much in- down the backs of some of the maThis, peanut politics followers, who don't think dignation and no ono Is moro peeved chlno will they John Doe be as than the leaders of tho machine, bo If forced to takelucky as at Franka term bo don't be surprised if Quin doesn't the machine fort. announce tonight that It Is "thumbs boastedOno of the Searcy-Chilto- n followers mathat Tho down" for the "Governor" btory is out that Mr. C. J. Meddls, chine had $300,000 raised as a fund to buy election and the well known leader for local re- election itself. If ofllcers amount the is this form, has been offered the position live machlno Chief of Police and his friends correct thofor a few bosses will they of toy he has not fully decided as to In clover spend tho years, as in n money acceptance or not. The rumored will not appointee as Chief takes a great In- hopeless cause. They resurrected old Fll Tyson terest in Sundaynschool work, but Sunday boost tho "hick" has no practical knowledge of po- last departmentto and the Herald told fire lice detail. e fireman was Wouldn't that be a howling how glad tho ho picked! Neuenschwander ma- that scream for the Searcy-Chilto- n Tho from Cincinnati as Chief. This camchine if this went through? paign, might two innocents, Quin and Meddls, one, talk'the veryhave fooled somenest day the but In the City Hall would sure furfiremen killed Tyson's boost. nish ono long holiday for the ma- "hick"fire at Sixteenth and Garland chine tribe of bootleggers, gamblers In a"hicks" pulled the and sure thing men that follow In honors, fire enginesall of their usual being unable to mathe wake of the Searcy-Chilto- n getchine. The only hard featuro at- pump, hose laid too short, late buntached to this would bo tho in- ting on tho scene, and general crew gling In handling the fire. A loss ability of tho Searcy-Chilto- n to keep from bursting into a hearty of f 25 000 was the result, and by purity the way, did anyone tell Booster guffaw while facing tho protege NeuenMayor or Chief of Police. It would Tyson that b!s bo worse than the present misfit schwander broke all records for admlrlstraUon. At present the ma-- , Louisvillo In firo losses and the of tho Firo Underwriters will chine runs rings around near Mayor Wo hope that TySmith but does not fool Chief Lud licar these out. Monday to see his very much, as ho has cut his eye son slaved over teeth since coming from Shelby-vlll- e. much touted firo department work, But with Quin succeeding1 and wo hope he talked to Mr. ArSmith and Meddls, ot tho same cal- nold, whoso firm Jost $18,000 in fire ibre, succeeding Petty, the City Hall loss, and who says twenty minutes and Court house would bo missing elapsed before tho firemen got water four years, hence. The railroads on the flro. Back to Virginia for could announce special excursions the About the most amusing feature both ways the crooks coming in of this campaign is to see how hard and the good people going out. tho Republican orators, press agents RepubAt last the Searcy-Chilto- n lican machlno concedes that It is and 'the machlno Herald work to fighting with its hack to the wall try and make the public believe that Quin. has (ho Keystoncrs nro real police. We and Judge "Holdfast" been ordered to drop his judicial aro toid that they make a whole pose and got out and fight to savo passel of arrests, that no one can G. O. P. organiza- fool 'em. that they are I'm dandy tho tion. Tho beautifully laid plans of sleuths and moral men. When, one Ches Searcy have gone by the board thinks of the dozen or moro murand Quin has been commanded to derer that got away, tho thousands campaign Just like the common of unsolved burglaries, the stealing herd. It was a beautiful and ap- of an automobile from the Central pealing plan as first mapped out by Police Station last week, tho record Ches. who speaks for the distin- breaking amount of drunken and guished ladles and gentlemen who shooting brawls between policemen comprise ' tho campaign committee on duty, tho disgusting divorce cases but have no real voice In the party of Lieutenants Conkllng and Curran, affairs. First tho Republican spell- tho auotmobile scandals, etc., etc., binders, led by "Keynoter" Bruce, then you'll have to admire the cast were Instructed to get out and tell Iron gall or an orator like Sellig-tna- n, It Is n. now believed that ' Bur-lingam- 1 Machine organ tries to arouse religious prejudice and create discord between citizens and neighbors. old-tim- AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AN OPEN LETTER : Ballard, James 6. Willson, A. E. i To William Heyburn, S. Thruston Middleton, Frank B. Russell, Mrs. Willson, James D. Allen, Oharles G. John flc-nv- cs old-tim- er. fast-slippi- the voters how lucky thoy were to tret a chance to vote for Huston Quin, the emblem of purity and tho spotless from real Bpotles3 man town,. Tho "Keynoter" led off with what he, thought would put tho voters In a trance, his announce ment of "Huston Quia tho Man" echoed bv tho machine voters and the Herald being considered the masterpiece that would turn tho trick. We were told that Huston Quin "was ono of tho greatest men that God ever put breath into," and this slopppy, gushing expression of tho Keyncter was published and printed In pamphlet form, being scattered (broadcast. Then Ches, Matt, tho "Governor." Tomimy Butler, Cooney Hafendorfer, Harvoy Burns and all the 'reform" leaders sat back smiling, thinking that no ono would 'ever dare to oppose of- question tho candidacy of the "best man, that God ever put breath .into." Rut somehow tho "Keynoter's" intended great tribute didn't go so good and voters oh all sides were heard to say that thoy believed that they knew of other men that might measure up to Judge "Holdfast" Quin. who was busy posing as being too dignified to come down off the Court of Appeals bench and mlnglo wlth the common herd, qi voters, But the press and Democratic). Breakers echoed tho voters' senti-'ment ard Ches was finally forced to order Quin to get busy, hence hia tonight at tho , Gypsy Smlthi Tabernacle, this being a com- ploto hango In tho machine's toe- ot tics. been trying to bamboozle the publlCr Inte bel'eving that the near Mayor Smith admln'stratlon Is resnons'Wo The Searcy-Chilto- n' orators have far many reforms and in a big paid advecfl?ment the machine tells Us that when "Holdfast" Quin waB wore the following, which were C'ty Attorney he dratted an or-- 1 prfsed by a practically unanimous It vote: t ddnance aira'nst claim shaviner. "Tl-an we express our heartiest The to laugh! heat the devil around the fcymeviihy for the snlend'd struggle boe3 The Re-- of tho people of Ireland, and. the tfwnvn In another way. miW!sn (Leasae collect $2 a month hpirve th&t Ithelr lda' may wkii be trom each City ad county employe, i fulflMed and they will be welcomed: claim .n to the family of nation that are wkteli to more titan any I 1 Searcy-Chilto- Gray or H'll, and tho Herald, when they try to bamboozle the public who are not blind right and deaf Into believing that the founded upon the Keystoncrs aro real police. of government by the consent ot the governed, "That we express our strongest CONSECRATE CATHEDRAL. disapproval and our protest at the The consecration ofUho Cathedral failure of the President and the of Denver will toko place on Sunday, Congress to recognize the Republic from of Ireland. Wo remind them of October 23. Many prelates every sectfon of the country will bo tho great debt thait this country is present. The Cathedral will be con- owes to Ireland and that there by as enunciated secrated by Bishop Tlhen, and tho an Americanism, Lincoln and Benjaconsecration sermon ' will be deliv- Washington andwhich calls for the ered by Most Rev. J. J Glennon, min Franklin, thoy Archb'shop ot St, Louis. The chief redemption of tho pledge thatstrugossslt address at the civic celebration will madetotoliberty Ireland in her and Independence. be given toy Most Rev. Edward J. gle "That we demand again, that the Arc'hb'shon of Sin Fran- Hanna. to Indicate President takp c'teoo. Tho new Cathedral High) America's Interest stops the future ot in School will he dedicated in connecthat he Republic of tion with tho consecration festivities, the Congress and Ireland and .protho Senate and Uho address will be given by ceed to formally recognizo the Irish tho Right Rev. John. P. Carroll, Republic, and wa request our SenBishop of Helena. ators and Congressmen from this State to In their respective bodies CALIFORNH FEDERATION. assist in the above demand." The California S'ate Federation ALTAR, SOCIETY SOCIATj. of Labor, at Its annual convention lusb held at San Jose, instructed All the women ot the Cathedral the Secretary to forward the follow- mK messngo to Hon. Eamonn Do congregation, both young and old, Valera, President ot tho Irish Re- - have united with tho ladies of the Altar Society to give on entertalnt-men- t public: and social In St. Franols Hall, "The California State Federation Labor cougratulato you on tho adjoining the Cathedral, both, afternmasterly strategy with which you oon- and evening, on Thursday, October 27. For weeks the ladles have are advancing to victory the cation of the American principle of been busy preparing for this event, government by the consent of tho and they have arranged a propoverned to the relations between gramme ot amusements that will bo the Irish Republic and foreign both novel and Interesting. Among neighboring countries, and 1s heart tho social features will be the usual and soul behind the movement that contests and games, and for all there the Pres'dent of the United States will he an, abundance of refreshformally'and Immediately recognizo ments, A largo attendance may be expected. vour Republ'can government. Among tho resolutions adopted ma-chl- ne God-give- P. Grinstead, Middleton, Mrs. A. T. Arthur Hert, Mrs. Morris Gifford, Mrs. James A. Lech, Mrs. Herbert Bronner, Alfred LeGros, Charles F. Huhlein, Henry G. Knadler, B. Bernheim, 0. 0. Mengel, 0. 0. Stoll, Marvin H. Lewis, Ben L. Bruner, Chester K. Reed, Richard M. Bean, Arthur Peter: Ladies and Gentlemen: Your names are appended to a document entitled "Tho Truth About Party Machines," which contained a 'damnable and insulting attack on every citizen, man or woman, of Irish Catholic blood in the city of Louisville, the article in question being a thinly veiled attempt to arouse .religious prejudice especially against the Irish Catholic people. In that document, to which your names are attached, there are such slurring phrases as "tho dethroned kings of Ireland," "tho fires are lighted on tiho hills again," "tho chiefs of the clan have sent forth trusty messengers bearing the signal of the clansmen to arm them and stand ready to thrust the usurper out." alleged ofIn discussing a ward election of sixteen years ago the names of twenty-fiv- e twenty-fou- r of whom were Irish Catholics, notwithstanding tho fact that fenders are mentioned, several hundred men were involved in alleged election offenses at that time. Why wero only Irish names selected by your committee for publication? Furthermore, do you approve of the ? insults to the dead in that article, slurs on Col. John Whallen, Col. Frank McGrath, Patrick J Mullarkey and Thomas Fitzgibbons, tho latter a brave and fearless police officer who-wa- s killed in the performance of his duty under the present administration? Aro you, ladies and gentlemen, willing to approve of this attempt to arouse racial and religious prejudice in Louisvillo, remembering the story of "Bloody Monday," which threw our d citizen concedes that the document to which your I city back fifty years? Every names were attached was an uncalled for attack on the Irish Catholics, and men and women of that race and faith wish to know if you approve of this cowardly act? We await your I answer. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. xxm J7WAAAA'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi yYYYYYYY j fair-minde- n appH-appearan- co . CONDUCT DAYTON SESSION. -- tuwl B. Revs. Lawrence Flnnerty, O. P., J. CHearn, O, P., of the St. Tnta Tiftrta&nd Mta&lonarv band. will conduct a mBekm in Corpus ChrieM churalh, Dayton Ohio, foegter cdag Sunday, October 30, and clo- 13. ing on. gundayr Novejr rurttclpato to. the peace negotiations!. The Most Rev. Joseph MacRory, B:shop of the diocese of tho Down and Connor arrived in London Saturday to lay before the Irish delegates what he terms the ."serious President Do Valera Expresses Ap- condition of affairs" in, Belfast. Sean Milroy, member of tho Sail proval of Course of Sinn Fein Elreann, for it'he counties of Tyrone Delegates. rnd Fermanagh, left for London Friday in response to a summons from Arthur Griffith, head of the Irish delegation, for the purpose Strong Intimation Tliat Ulster Pre- of consultation. It was unofficially reported that this means that the mier Will Participate in Peace relation of the Northern Irish counConference. ties with Northern Ireland would be among tho subjects for discussion when tho Irish conference resumes in lLondon on Monday. The Irish conference hod another Complete Reticence Is Maintained as session Monday. Complete to Dlscussolns at Monday's reticenco is maintained as to the ' Sessions. nature of the discussion, which is believed to have concerned tho Ulster queetlom. The date ot tho next meeting will be fixed later. There was great activity at Sinn GREAT SINN FEIN ACTIVITY. Fein headquarters after adjournment of tho conference, but assurance was given that no unforeseen hitch had occurred. Inquiry at Eamonn tie Valera, Irish Repub- tho Irish office and Sinn Fein both lican leader, who dally receives n disclosed that as yet long report .by courier ot tho prog- neither side has been able to estiress of the negotiations between mate the prospects of concession by the members of the British Cabinet the other. Tho Sinn Fein maintains and the Sinn Fein representatives its. full separatist claim and still in lLondon, has expressed his tip4 makes unity ot Ireland an. indisnioval of the'j course thus far. pensable condition to membership Both at the Irish ofBoe and Sinn in the British commonwealth. Vci headquarters In London it was Elaborate statistics have been jaid Saturday that the serious prob- prepared for submission to tho con yet ference to prove the injustice of ex lems of tho conference had not been reach.ed. Only the" prelim- eluding Northeast Ulster. The next inaries and tho alleged breaches of stage is expected to be the presenthe truce have boen discussed, it tation by tho Irish delegates of a was Btated. plan of local autonomy within tho Sir James Cra'.g, the Ulster Pre- - Irish state, which will then be submler, In an address at Beir&st deal mitted to Sir James Craig, Jhe Ullag with th Irish conference in ster Premier. emrara m writ onnrwirts TTTf fh rrogrese in London and with Ul eter's position regarding it, made'i'- - 'i rfiine: any eowomlse remarks whMt wee rewarded as a the confersne, R is declared, wlU strong iatfowatloa that h expet to break up,twid tb Irish delegates IRELAND two-ho- ur head-quarto- ra T- statements on. both these subjects. Both sides agreo that if tho conference continues over Friday a settlement wMI too In sight. Behind Uho scenes .pressure is be- Protestants, Catholics and Jews Pay ing employed to both sides for and Honor to Catholic Bishop agalnsts peace. Civil and military Hoban. reprecentatlves of the Irish Government who have been in conflict with each other In Dublin Castle are now in London urging their respective views. Present Silver Tablet Members ot the Sinn Fein profess on Twenty-Fift-h Anniversary to discredit statements mado in the newspapers here that American supof His Consecration. porters ot their movement aro threatening the withdrawal pf subscriptions if peace is made, and they equally discredit a rumor that In- A Monster Parade Marks Fcaturo in fluential members of the Sinn Fein the Coal City's Unique organization In Ireland, Including ono minister, are urging the breakCelebration. up ot tho conference and the resumption of warfare. Reorganization ot the Ulster volunteer force has been decided on, RECEIVES A 8200,000 PURSE. according to a Belfast dispatch to deTho the Press Association. cision was taken, It Is stated, because ot the Inactivtiy of tho British More tham 300.000 people from Government toward the Sinn Feinr trs who have established camps in tho city and county of Scranton, I nlonlst quarters and are said to bo Pa., Jammed the streets' on Columdrilling openly with rifles and ma- bus day to do honor to Right Rev. chine guns. Michael John Hoban, Bishop ot Tuesday's dispatches say sessions Scranton, 'the occasion being tho Irish conference probably twenty-fift- h oi tho anniversary ot his Thursday will not be resumed until as Bishop. Tho most sigand possibly not until Friday or nificant part of tho celebration was Saturday, but in the meantime tho that Protestants, Jews and Catholics delegates are busy In committees united in making the celebration a' threshing out the various problems success and the connected with the future relations to Bishop Hoban a silver between Ireland and Great Britain. tablet, mounted on mahogany, a Tuesday's most important meeting beautiful sample of the jewelers' was held at tho Colonial office and engravers' art. S. S. Weston, where the whole Irish delegation President or tho First National conferred with Winston Churchill, Bank, of Scranton, headed thd Sir L. committee of prominent Minister of tho Colonies; Worthlngton Evans, Minister for that made the presenilation to War: Captain "Gust, A1r Minister; the Bishop In tho episcopal resiSir Hugh Trenchard, Air Marshal, dence. Tho reading on the tablet and Sir Gordon Hewart, Attorney Is as follows: Ono of the sublects under General. "Right Rev. Michael John Hoban, discussion won the British claim to upon tho twenty-fift-h anniversary of maintain troops, air forces, etc., in your consecration as Roman CathTho Ulster question also olic Bishop of the diocese of ScranTreland was discussed, and several experts ton, It Is the pleasure and privilege on Ulster were called In, but no of your fellow citizens who are of official Ulsterltes wero present. other religious communions to offer It is not thought that the prog- their felicitations, tp renew to you ress of tho Ulster discussion will their tokens of friendship and to atwarrant summoning Sir James Craig tempt eome expression of thojr apto London before the middle ot next preciation of ypur character and ot week. The clamor of tho extrem- your notable services in tho causes ists has forced Sir James to ap- of righteousness, patriotism and prove reorganization of the Ulster charity. volunteer force, constituted in 1914 "On the nineteenth day of Septo resist homo rule, then passing tember, 1921, at a meeting of 'nto law. Regiments havo been recitizens representing the reformed and tho German rifles im- ligious, Judicial, civic, educatolnal, fight .the British Industrial and commercial life ot ported then, to Crown forces have been taken from our city, we, Iho undersigned, la their hiding places. behalf of those who are sensible of London; dispatches the qualities and characteristics ot Thursday's wero that the Irish conference will your life and career, which for n not meet until Friday as Prime quarter ot a century have been In Minkter David Lloyd George expects conspicuous evidence, were duly apto bo occupied all day Thursday pointed to express to you something with the unemployment debato in of tho esteem, tho respect and tho Parliament. The real crux Is likely affection in which the community to come over Ulster. Tho Sinn holds you. Prodigal ot your Fein Btill Insists on the unity of strength and service, begrudging no whllo Ulster is eqaully in- labor or tlmo devoted to tho comIreland, sistent on partition. Tho Sinn Fein mon good, you have won the adIs prepared, it unwillingly, to let tho miration and good will1 of tho city four counties of Antrim, Down, Ar- which chooses to honor you in tho magh and Londonderry, which have year of your silver Jubilee. Protestant majorities, go, but they "May the God whom we all servo Ins'st on keening Tyrone and Fer measure to you many added years ot managh which are predominantly serene life and noble service, and OitHn'.'c but which aro now attached may the common causes of religion to Ulster. It Tyrone and Ferman- and humanity find us all in still agh remain In Ulster the people ot closer fellowship. the.e countries threaten to rebel Mayor; "Alexander T. Connell, and join South Ireland- - No doubt Henry M. Edwards. President Judge; ba-- k In tho minds of tho Sinn Femrsaac E. Oppenhelm. Rev. William ora is the certainty that Ulster can Sawtollo. D. D.; Worthlngton Scran.Tyrone and ton, Ralph E. Weeks, Charlels S. not sruvlvo without Fermanagh and that it will be glad Weston." to soon come Into Ireland volunAs tho tablet was presenlted tho tarily. The Belfast politicians know following committee of this just as. well as the Republicans all leaders in tho life of Scranand they will mako a bitter fight tot ton, wero present at the ceremony: retain the two counties. The story G. d'A. Belin, David Boles, George of their inclusion in Ulster shows G. Brooks, Mayor A. T. Connell, how vital they are to the Belfast Congressman Charles R. Connell, rulers. Belfast business men fear Charles Dorranco, Judee H. M. Ed a labor and socialist majority and wards, Mortimer B. Fuller, Rudolph! they rely on tho Cathplic farmers Goldsmith. W. W. In;l!s, Georgo B. ot ho two counties to glyo them a Jermyn, Oscar Kleeman, J. S. consoivative majority. Judge George W. Maxey,. Judge E. C. Newcomb. I. E. OppenALUMNAE. CATHOLIC helm, tho Rev. Dr. W. L. Sawitello, H. H. Shephard, Worthlngton ScranA State Chapter of tho Interna- ton, Colonel L. A. Watres. R. B. tional Federation of the Catholic Weeks, C. S. Weston. Paul Belin. Alumnae was organized Friday at a Frank E. Piatt and Colonel Frank meeting of tho President and del- M. Vandling. egates of tho various alumnae. OfReplying ot tho remarks of Mr. ficers elected were Mrs. R. W. Bled- Weston, Bishop Hoban recalled how soe, Covington, Governor; Mrs. Ber- he had been reared In Hawley, Pa., Buectool, Vice Gov- whore Catholics and Protestants and nard Asman, ernor; Mrs. Fred Kelly, Covington, Jews lived together with the finestl Secretary, and Mrs. Owen Sullivan, of neighborly love. Tho Bishop said" Plans wero he had been taught to think of felLouisville, Treasurer. then formulated for the convention low men as brothers from his earliof tho International Federation of est childhood. He said: Catholic Alumnae, which is to bo , "It is Indeed a pleasure to mo hold in Louisvillo In tho fall of to seo this spirit of brothhood bo Tho following committees well exemplified by you gentlemen', 1922. were appointed: Ways and means leaders in tho community, and your committee, Mrs. Thomas Bradcn; coming can not fail to have its good finance, Mrs. J. C. Murphy; regis- effect on tho relations ot the Cathtration, Miss Blanche Clergett; au- olic ard Protestant and tho Jew tomobiles, Mrs. J. T. Dugan; print- living together In Scranton." ing. Miss Bontta Murphy; photogThe city presented a beautiful apraphy, Miss M. Bosse; decoration, pearance, every public building, M'ss Mary Dolker; banquet, Mrs. business placo, store and homo wero Miss ablaze with the Papal colors ot yelVic Ecker; entertainment, Phoebe Harries; hospitality, Miss low and white and tho Blshou's purAgnes Gronotte; credentials, Mies ple and Amorlcan flags and bunting. Margaret McDormott; information. Over 20.000 Catholics and took part In tho parado and Miss M. Cody; souvenir, Miss Loulso Elizabeth at the close Bishop Hoban was Mrs. Lear; reception, Drone; invitation. Miss Maiwarat given a purse from the Catholics l. amounting to $200,000. Miller; badges, Miss Catherine Not only did men and women of all religions part, but different nationalities take wore represented, addresses being WAR MOTHERS ACT. Amer- delivered by children In eight difThe Jefferson County Unit, ican War Mothers, under tho leader- ferent languages. ship of Mrs. W. D. Huffman, will MAJOR, FAIJSI. stand behind a movement for compensation for former service men. A resolution requesting consideraMrs. J. Vincent Falls! and chiltion by the Leeislature and Gov. Ed- dren arrived last week from Columwin P. Morrow ot a compensation of bus barrnrks and are vlsltlntf her $15 for each month's sorvtce. has parents. Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Tunnah, vn odotVed by tho War Mothers. Arch street, Little Rock. Malor This measure was Indorsed at the Fallsl, who Is well known in LouisState meeting ot tho Women's Auxil- ville as Dr. Vincent Fallsl and a iary of the American Legion. Depart- member of Mackin Council, entered ment of Kentucky, and at the recent the American forces from Little State convention of the War Mothers Rock, and ! bow ertaUoned at- the In Frankfort, iFederal College In TVasbJagMi,, D. C. cs con-secratnon-Catholpro-benit- ed cs non1-Cathol- lc ty, cs is overcome, finance and trade policy will bo debated, tho Sinn Fein having prepared long SCRANTON Zum-bei- - xcBKnricroKrxr KtNTUGKy IRISH AMERICAN. COMING EVENTS. 24 it. i; .( IV. " x NORTON BUILDING Elizabeth Tyler, grand chief ot CORNER SECOND AND CHESTNUT STREETS staff of tho woman's division ot City 337 and 355 PHONES Main 9102 Kluxesses, in an. interview with a N. W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY Now York newspaper writer. It "Put Our Drug Storo Rack of Your Prescription" was published in his paper, but apparently the official censor got busy, JNO. P. MORTON & CO. visit Tho Congressional investigation Wo have been asked repeatedly, - because in tho reports of tho inlter-ieINCORPORATED Mr. and Mrs. Tho Gooso on "Wrapper Is Aasuranco lhnt of the Ku Klux Klan reveals that says the True Voice, if, wo do not Eonville, spent Peter Cain, Jefferprinted in Chicago this was the post week visit fletabllshed 1826 - Louisville, K Simmons, ithe supposed1 head, was fear that tho claim of an Irish! re- ing their daughter, E. missing. Mrs. J. Magic White Naphtha Soap and Magic Flakes That part of Mrs, Tyler's InterJust a. silly old man with" a lot of public has been abandoned by en- Haynes, at Petersville, Tenn, OFFXOB OUTFTPIEIRS view which ran afoul of the censor Are the Original. Manufactured By Herman Deddens, Frankfort rep iu nonsensical titles, and that the real tering conference in London. For PRINTBKfc tho newspapers friendly to Eng- STATIONERS beads were some 'confidence men reply we refer our questioners to resentative of tho Plggly Wiggly land reads: Company, was hero on and women who collected graft the statement Issued by President first part ol tho week. a visit the "Mrs. Tyler placed tho IClan' on UPHOLSTERING, INCORPOIU.TBD record as being against all Sinn from tho dupes in the ranks. An- Do Valera. If they can find in that Louisville, Ky. 1201 Story Avenue. Mr. and Mrs; Bernard' McGinn Fein propaganda CARL STOLL, in tho United anfuslng feature was the etateinent any evidence of yielding visited in New Albany last week for other say whether Window Shades, Curtain Hangers, to States. She grand-stanplay of Senator Tom tne jot or tittle of Ireland's claims the birthday surprise party given In she opposed, refused tho principles of Sinn STURDIVANT & SON Cleaning OH Shades. Georgia. we would wish to havo it pointed honor of E. Corrle Seabrook. WaUon, the bigot from Fein, but insisted, that it was not Office and Works Col. Georgo B. (Oack) Barrett, America's place to meddle in Eng ,Wa(son rushed dramatically to old out. Irish representatives entered former umpire, Is now calling 210 E. St. Catherine. Phono 0501 Simmons' side and wept on. his the conference without surrendering strikes and "baiwls" at his home, a land's domestic affairs, and said ROOFING, GUTTERING AND SPOUTING ROOFS REPAIRED ANDthat the Klan was unalterably opshoulder and was Jeered by the ono particlo of their Independence little boy arriving there Monday posed to the dissemination of all FURNACES REPAmED ESTEMATES PAINTED press from Maine to Callonila, Sinn Fein propaganda in this counCHEERFULLY GIVEN and wo believe they will coma out evening. Henry Maloney, former Louisville try. PHONE CITY 2584 of it no less free. The conference 800 WEST BROADWAY boy, came here Wednesday to spend not connect SAVING MONEY. may not result in a, settlement. But a few days as tho guest of his tho"Although sho did sho admitted FOR ALL PURPOSBS two statements, and Mrs. that many Englishmen in this coun- Keatucky Consumers Oil Company SaVtog money is ono of the great it will not result in destroying Ire- uncle and aunt, Mr. Lynch. try have declared themselves In faU. i. BAMMQM, PriiWiet ad HiBipr. f. IAXXBN. JR., Vlci Pns. aid Triu. virtues of human life and is really land's liberty. Of that wo are cer- Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Wjlllam Dolan, of vor of tho Klan principles and that LcsterlUc - - -- - . . Keatucky corner stone not only of general tain. All tho rsst Is in tho hands1 Jeff ersonvi lie, were hosts lost week a strong movement is now on foot the prosperity but of personal success. of God. at a family renulon In honor of Mr. In England to form a similar orand Mrs. Andrew Hazel, of Monon., ganization there. Tho English orThere are three great economic lesganization would havo no connecEngland having our money (with- Ind. sons which the American people still it Miss Mary Joo WIckham, of tion with tho American, and no out interest), was not caring much Sower and Clvert Pipe, have to learn. The first is that econEnglishmen here, in accordttnee Bloomfleld, who was tho guest of BaHBsa s Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Condalts, omy 1s respected. Tho second is about our Congressoinal military Miss Edna Boone, returned1 homo with the rule barring all foreign START ONE THIS MINIM WITH THE Wall Coping, Drain Tilt, Vitrified BricK, that saving money is essential to a medal, and Ignored it until tho Saturday, accompanied by Miss bom, have been admitted to the eleventh hour. Boone, who will spend a week with Klan. sysProofing", Flee Lining, Firs Erica" Fir sound and complete economic "Mrs. Tyler added that tho Klan her and attend the fox hunt tem. The third Is that a knowledge Grate and Seller Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Topi. Louisville Bank was in favor of the closest friendly Miss Rena Welssenberg, Presi- relations between very Liberty bond you Koop oif safe investment is necessary to the United States OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. dent of tho St Helena's Foarth and Central AvCna personal success;. Tho Treasury De- have got Buy all you can at presClub, has returned from Wash- and England." ent prices. CUMB. MAIN:S07. PHONES CITY partment, through tho very pracington, whero she attended the con8KB POOLBY FOR MONHY. THEY WILL. vention ot tho National Council of tical method of tho sale of GovernWORKS Thirteenth end BreekiaridKe aad ninth mi Magaalia. WOMEN'S VOTING RIGHTS. Loans to those having regular Catholic Women. ment saving securities, ds trying to We aro of the opinion, says tho or e&lary, with no publiolty Prominent Louisvlllo people In Catholic Telegraph, that Bomo of bring about in this country a conditape. Loans to housekeepers There has been much discussion New Yorlc tho past week wore Wilour Catholics, who aro absorhed in r red tion of universal saving, a condi as to the right of foreign-hor- n liam Marshall Bullitt, Mr. and Mrs. tho snobbish pursuit of social climb-in- a their personal security. the DAVIS & GREENUP tion of private and public economy, women to vote in legal coming elec W. A. KeJly, E. R, Morris, Georgo F. R. POOLHY, would feel some little tw.in.ge of authority ox Elder, tion, and a (Lynch, Schmitt, M. protect the American public distinguished local and to DRUGS ability has given an Mayer J. I Edward FStern, for J. conscience on reading the following awn 1, Courier-JournBulldhn, and against ho sharks and crooks who opinion, which', after citing differ- Bacon & Sons, R. M. Marsh, T. E. fow lines, which appeared in the 41S 8. Fourth Street. EVERYTHING THAT A FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE SHOULD OARRYT tho Western. Christian Advocate, are trying to take their honest sav- ent authorities and precedents, is as Stevens and J. L. Proctor. IN STOOKPRESORD?TIONS A SPECIALTY local Methodist publication, last ings through questionable schemes followta: Miss Nora Reetor gavo a linen week: "A woman, whether white or colS. W. CORNER EIGHTEENTH AND MADISON STREETS honThursday afternoon of investment. "A Romaiu Catholic home can be PERFECT FITTING ored, if she i foreign born and showerMiss LaVerne Sweasy, inwhoso guidkly known upon entering It by Homo Phone, Shawneo 550 married to a citizen of tho United or f engagoment to Mr, McBrido ERIN'S HOUR, States, whether he became suoh by has been announced. J. J. following eeoin'g somel emblem ot their faith SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES in a conspicuous .place. It may be naturalization or blr.th, la a citizen were present: Misses Tho A3ma ThomENTERPRISE COAL & ICE CO. painting Commenting on the London con- of tho United States, and thoroforo as, Frances Doran, Cecilia Yona-tol- a crucifix or aChrist or of Che bleeding heart of some refer she is entitled to vote. If a woman Manufacturers of ference between representatives of E. C. Sweasy, married a citizen Mary Juanlta Duncan, Sheehan, Alma ence to the virgin Mary." is Slmcox, Gladys tho Irish Parliament and tho Brit- of alien born and whether CONCRETE COLUMNS AND FLOWER VASES country, native Sheohan. LaVorno ithls Swoasy, Dora ORGAN JLDE HERE. ish Government, tho Truo Voice born or naturalized, and la now a FACTORY AND COAL YARD: SEVENTH AND BERRY BOULEVARD-PHONEReesor, Nora Reesor. notes the great interest being taken widow, she la entitfled to rote. In .Parkway 485; South 1437-The high class and powerful organ in the deliberations, as tho columns other words, the law is that the just placed and) dedicated in St. citizenship of tho hiuiband Is that AUTOMOPttE FOR KARESL of "news" ooncornlng it bear wit- of the wife, and she does not lose Mary's Cathedral at Dallas, Texas, DOLL HOSPITAL Broken Dolls Repaired ness. In reality there is no news it by his death." It 'has been said for years that was made by tho Pllcher Organ ComLahod. Karom, tho well known pany of this city, The organ cost to be given out concerning tho work JOHN RE00IUS' SONS leader, was a man $20,000, and. at the dedication the FRANKFORT. of the conference, and thero may bo Oculists' Prescriptions. of composure1, never outwardly ex- eermon was delivered by the Very DOLL BUGGIES AND HUSH RUBBER TIRES PUT ON nono for weeks. Newspaper specpressing hlfl feelings, but Sunday Rov. James M. Kerwin, V. G, This Tho chief event In Frankfort ulation as to the result of tho conMAILS FULL LINE OF TOYS, NOVELTIES, ETC. week, was the marriage of evening this was dispelled and. up is a preliminary to tho diamond Ju SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY last XHOOBPCKATBD ference is of no value whatever. Miss Mary Hall Stewart to Harry to now he hasn't recovered his bilee to bo celebrated in March CITY 9203217 WEST MARKET STREET Sunday was Mr. Karem's 1922. The Pllcher Company now And it Is well to' take with a grain G. Mulllni, which took place Wednes- breath. Fourth and Chestnut. hfa ranks among the foremost of the and a com'mltteo of at high noon at the Church of of salt tho cabled reports which ore day Good Shephord. Tho ceremony. birthday took him In tow to tho res country and adds much to the indusfriends tho In Washington, will be present and appearing In the papers from day which was performed by tho Rov. idence of Dr. Edward Boss, 508 trial progress of Louisville. ECKERLE DRUG COMPANY mako a report ot the proceedings. to day. Wo hope that the confer- Edward. Klosterman, wae witnessed West St. Catherine street, whore a EVERYTHING OUT RATE ALL THE TIME ANOTHER VICTORY. ence will result in freedom and by a largo assernhjage of relatives big delegation was awaiting their LOUISVDLIiK, KY- FLOYD AND MARKET ln full FLOCK TO SCHOOL. and friends. Following an elaborate arrival and. a reception peace for Ireland; but bearing In In ono ot tho hardest-bougBoth Phones wedding reception Mr. and Mrs. Mul-ll- n swing. About this time tho guest mind President Do Valora's statethis Fifty per cent, more women are left for a, bridal .trip, part of of honor was pretty dazed, but was games thus far team season the St. Xavler football turned In ltd enrolled in tho chain of Knights of ment, wo are nono too sanguine. which will be spent In Hot Springs, literally knocked out when a Shawnee 1175 West- 1175 J. W. BUCHANAN, Manager composed of Joseph George, third straight victory by defeating Columhus night schools There is no doubt that the Irish,1 after which they will go to Philadelfor the Retail Yard3 ' Now York. George Halg, Jos. Thompson and tho Lagrange High eleven Saturday .. representatives at tho coaference phia, Atlantic City and Moro than Tho They will mako thelT homo in Pitts-to- Najeeb Joseph presented him on tft Alumni Field by 19 to 0. Uian, school year ot 1921-22CLAY COUNTY COAL COMPANY 3,000 women, principally former have every advantage', and no one go to house behalf ot tho guests a ?1,500 auto- Oldham county boys, heavier whore they will Incorporated the St. X. warriors, bowed to su- service women, in common with' they will keeping. dor bis for an instant that Mr. MulUn is a. member mobile, and the car was christened In K. BLUE GESS perior secure from tho conference every of an Influential Pennsylvania fam by Miss Jincle Boss with) a bottle contest! football. Throughout tho male veterans tuition, of C. schools EASTERN KENTUCKY receiving itreo are pupils in the St. X. lads kept their Ily and Is a prominent young busi of real Syrian wine. Mr. Karem is FAMOUS HORSE CREEK COAL thing that It is possible to secure. The women frtwn coming near the goal. tho K of C. schools. busy receiving birthday congratulaness man, being Minos: Ilima, Clay Connty, Ky.. enrolling this year are showing Yards: 20th and Cleveland Avo. IAoji Georgo realizes this well grocoTy business. in tho wholesale tions on his reception and present, preference for secretarial and mil- -, low-eSOCIAL MEETING. enough, and ho will offer the but is yet unablo to explain what linory training. Moro than 1,200 Cumb. Phone, Main 9445 Homo Phono, City 2589terms possible with another CATHOLIC WOMEN RECEIVED. happened. Tho regular social meeting ot St. are also taking Instruction in auto- proaehment of tho "generosity" of Club will bo mechanics. Helena C. B. NEVIAN ART CO. HELD FULL RANK. . President Harding received 250 England's offer. Ireland knows well delegates of thai convention, of the held at Presentation Academy Audi.CARRY FULL LINE OF ARTISTS' MATERIALS ONLY FIVE. Tho only me to hold the rank torium on Monday evening. Father how to appraise this, and e doee National Couscll of Catholic Women Michael, ot Including Wlilto China, Parchment Lamp Shades, naeburg's Roman Gold,. the rest of tho world by thie time. at the White House and expressed of full GoneTal of tho United States will address the Patsaioaist Retreat, the club. Miss Rena The United States army has bad Joha. Perehiing, beeldes of tho prag- Paints and Brashes Lessons in China given both Day and Night After tWa has been gone' through' pleasure t their Teport made in tne Army, Gese. II. Gen.Grant. J. William T. Weteenberg, Preeldent ot tb& club, only five full Generals aince the title were 6. res whJeb liau been, Firing Dally the re! buataeec of the eeoferenee campaign for' a Btloil aerviee I Sherman. Philip T, Sheridan and who ateaded the coawmtlon of the w created for George Waehfagton, 319 WJSST JEFFERSON 8TR8BT ROOM 200 TYLBR BUTLDINO- Council of Catholic Women k 1799. uuJekAy in a Khool. National 'Ceorfe Washington, win begin. It may end n, w SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c dral Hall, Fifth street. by October 30 Entortalnmont Enured at the Loulivllle Poitolflcs n SecondCUia Matter. fourth senior class of Presentation Wist Liberty Strut Academy in Presentation school Merut AH Coaminteatlons to Uw KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, hall. 7 Turkey supper November andentertalnmeut in St. William's CQUHOL Hall, Thirteenth nnd Oak. 2 Benefit enterNovember tainment for St. Boniface church in parish hall, 525 Fohr avenue. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1921 St. Philip Neri November LOUISVILLE, KY church social and bazaar, in Wind' rupture or it may go on for months thorot Hall. OVER THE MAltK. and aiTlvo at a settlement. That will aaaaiiitat.ataa.a. Tho bigotry manifested by tho depend on Lloyd George and his col Republican machine and 11b pub- leagues. Wo are frank to say that licity committee has overshot tho we do rot trust them or their prom mark and spurred every ises 'in tho least. But they may bo A nnd liberty-lovin- g citizen into sup- forced to recognize the facts and to porting Overton Harris, who abhors accept thorn. Ono thing Is certain: Miss Mary McNamara loft the the introduction of either racial or The cpueo of Ireland Is now farther first of the week to attend tho Conreligious prejuidces Into tho cam- advanced than at any time in mod- federate reunion at Chattanooga. were Mr. paign. The Ku Kluxers and A. P. ern history. Tho crisis has como recent and Mrs. James Gravenfriends week-en- d guests of A, 's are making Indecent and lying and the whole world awaits the out- In Bardstown. atacks upon on industrious and pa- come. Who would have foretold, a Mrs. Delia Furey, of Zano street triotic element of our citizenship, year ago, that Lloyd George would who has been ill for tho past three nicely. and the response should bo their be 'n conference with emissaries of weeks, is now getting along Judge P. overwhelming defeat at the coming an independent Ireland? So much coln l.avoand Mrs. Walter Mrs. LinO. as their guest 's has been gained that we may re- S. Seoley, of Boston. . election. This will safeguard progress and prosperity. gard the future with confidence. Miss Maggie McAuliffe, of is visiting relatives in ChiIroitnd's battle Tor liberty has not been in vain. Of that, at least, wo cago. IRISH BISHOP'S REPLY. Mrs. Anna Ryan, Jeffersonvllle, are certain. has returned from a .two weeks' Tho reply of the Irish Bishops to visit in Wisconsin o those In America who sent the DIRTY JOURNALISM. Miss Emjma May Garvey has reof sympathy and encourageturned ifrom a visit in Oldenburg, ment on behalf of the hierarchy Tho Louisvlllo Herald, tho Chi- Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Kromer loft hero is a touching expression, of Ire- cago owned sheet, has slopped at to land's hope. It seems to stress, nothing to arouse sentiment against this weekCity. spend somo time in without complaining, tho rarity of tho Irish and Catholic peoplo of Atlantic Joseph Mattingly, of Lebanon, such messages of sympathy for Ire- Louisvlllo, publishing lying and ma- spent several days last week with land. And it is a shamoful fact licious etatements intended to cre- Mr. and Mrs, B. S. Mattlngly. that, duTlng the two years of Ire- ate race and religious prejudice. Miss Clara Angormeler has been land's severest trial, those who Tho sensational statement in the visiting her sister, Miss Ethel at Nazareth. cose was a He out of 6hould have been first to strengthen Pllben-HogaMiss Mary Hogan, of South Seva peo- whole cloth, as several witnesses the hands and the hearts of enth street, is now permanently ple to be free were silent. There can testify, but the Herald utilized located in Pinevlllo. reJs no use In complaining about thte that story to excite and arouse M. J. McDermott is again confined now when every friend of Ireland is sentment against Irish Catholics. In to his homo with an attack of ton- BlllttS. praying that the struggle may not doing tho dirty work of tho Mrs. James W. Klnnarnoy, of history poltlical machino the Herneed to be renewed. But will record some strange Uhlngs of ald Oias reached tho lowest depths in East Broadway, Is homo again after a summer vacation in tho East the years just past And among Journalism and it now pnly remains Mr. and Mrs. Wallace OUeary, the strangest will be tho apathy that to seo how long tho of Houston, Texas, have been visitprevailed in some quarters regard people of Louisvlllo will permit this ing Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Thomasson on Eastern Parkway. ing Ireland's struggle for liberty. outrage. iMiss Madeline O'Loughlin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. OILough-liCOMEDY OP ERRORS. WILL COME FREE. of Camp Knox, is here on a 319-32- 1 1G-1- Social by Altar SoOctober ciety of St. Cecilia's1 churoh, afterPUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. noon and evening. of Irish American and Catholici nd Moril Advincement October 25 (Fall festival of TrinH th Sodil 0vnld ity Council at club house, Baxter Why Real Americans of Irlhh Blood Oliirially Indoped by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's and Morton avenues. Institute and Catholic Knight I of America. May Tnko a Passing October 27 Social entertainment Comfort. KBMTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Incorporated, Publishers afternoon and evening, by ladies of Cathedral Atlar Society, in CatheTho Ku Klux Is Opposed to the Sinn Fein Propagnndn in America. THAT KLAN iiin AJsao&y&xoAxt MISS MARY C. CARR ST. tho city. HELENA'S of Parlor Millinery A BUSINESS SCHOOL That Trains YOU To Help Yourself Ask our graduates. You will find thorn in tho big business houses School Is in progress. Students may enter any day. FALL TERM BEGINS SETEMBER 5 $ Shop 608 EAST BROADWAY Home Phone 5994-- J ST. HELENA COMMERCIAL 025 S. FOURTH AVE. PHONE CITY 5032 COLLEGE LOUISVILLE, KY. DR. JOHN P. BECKER ' OPTOMETRIST OASjj) 21-2- 2)2-- 23 SOCIETY. Practico limited to diagnosing Because wo secured such favorable concessions on this lot of Papers and correcting defects of Eyesight you may save considerable in tho papering of your home and thero by the fitting of propor glasses. Many Englishmen Havo Declared are patterns and kinds suitablo for every room, from your kitchen SUITE 310 STARKS BLDG. Themselves In Favor of Klan to bedroom tints and heavy, rich living-rooPapers Principles. Third Floor 1 CENT TO $1.00 PER ROLL PROM COR. FOURTH AND And besides wo furnish you with experienced hangers WALNUT STREETS FRIENDS OF IRELAND REJOICE. Homo Phone, City 1180 & HOURS 9 A. M. TO G P. M. OR 801 EAST MARKET STREET ABOVE SHELBY m WALL PAPER 250,000 ROLLS AT SAVINGS OF FROM 33 TO 50 PER CENT. -- .R. KORB SON fair-mind- ed BY APPOINTMENT Louis-vllle- Jeffer-Eonvill- e, mes-pag- n While tho real Americans of Irish blcod in America are awaiting and praying anxiously hnd hopefully for a happy and Just outcome of tho negotiations over seas they may take a passing comfort in this: Tho Ku Klux Klan, Is opposed to tho Sinn Fein propaganda in America. May wo be loved the more for tho enemies1 we have made. Not only aro he naturalized citizens ot the invisible empire" opposed to tho friends of governmental Justice In their attitude toward I ho demands of the Irish nation, but here is tho fact that paints tho Kluxers and ICluxesses for what they tue: They favor the closest friendly relations between tho United States and England the friendship and association of the lamb and the! lion. They also intend to carry that "friendly association" plan still further by organizing a Ku Klux Klan in England, and help tho lion consummate that association by getting on the outside of the lamb. an association All this from which boaste tho "exemplification of pure and practical patriotism toward our glorious country and the preservation of American ideals and Therefore let the friends of Ireland and America, as typified dn the members of tho American Association for tho Recognition of the Irish Republic, rejoico and be comforted because the Ku Klux Klan. will havo Lone of them. Tho British note in the workings of the secret, masked association of darkness, was betrayed by Mrs. Instltutlonsi." CORNS.BUNIONS Iflpowtat mkJ Abntratl Nails Stliitifltallr TntM r?& yw....-asea- Dr. Uriah Z. Lltsey I havo a number of second mortgngo notes amply secured which I will sell at a sufficient discount to ninhe a very attractive investment. MARION E. TAYLOR BLDG. Main 1932 A GOOD INVESTMENT Chirmril't TAMPION AUBUCHON, Pres. City 3430 &mm'Z;W?J&WW Starke siaae" 507 Both Phorei Opns Savings Account at the Largest and ft1 kpi.KJKJ Oldest Bank in the State. 00 Homo Phono City 3820 Most Attractive Restaurant Near Union Station. National BanK of Kentucky FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. AND PASTRTT Geo. Waid lei n Delicious Restaurant HOME MADE PIES, CAKES, BREAD BAKE DALLY Homo Phono City 1843 Cumb. West 295 Pastries a Specialty. 017 "West Brondwu, Louisville Home Shaw. 105 KORTZ'S BAKERY G07 SIMON P0NTRICH WEST BROADWAY FLORIST Cut Flowers, Designs, Plants Twenty.eighth ind Greenwood, Buy St. Bernard Coal PHONES 932 Searcy-Chflto- n. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT Flexner Building, 314 West Chestnut Street fair-mind- ed ...KZODBY IDRXJG CO... Prosoription. SsreoIcllts MAGIC SOAP COMPANY TINNERS d - Oil and Grease ; afn CO. Weekly Savings Club IIP. BANNON PIPE South 373-1786- .! I egeeeCeeaeteHl s, al a, OD 'issfusyi S M Syrian-America- n, so-ol- - ht com-mltt- pe - n, at - Vi-- . ?- - jk::e;ivtdtjo:i3:y iifciasix liwceisio. - J3rinin "EE$f UP r IM1-- - ME. kNEuy A. T& ALLEV H - , -, U H I GrO WHO ,Twoke75JM V A. L. G UNN DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. AL STEBLER, Prop. There Is ono "MOTHER.' BAKER AND CONFECTIONER ICE CREAM 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET HOME PHONE, CITY 0574 CHAS. J. MERIWETHER DESIGNER AND BUILDER ARTISTIC HOMES Main 345 Guy Leber 308 STARRS BUILDING TELEPHONES City 9196 Clios. Leber LEBER BROTHERS INTERIOR DECORATORS HOME PHONE, KENTUCKY CITS' 2700 800 NORTON BUILDING LOUISVILLE, A well attended and enthusiastic meeting wa3 held by the Louisville INTERURBAN Circle, Daughters of Isabella, on Tuesday evening, at K. C. Hall. A CAFE moat pleasing report of the recent conventoln was read by Miss Mary 317 Cummins, and the prize drawing was an interesting feature of the West Liberty evening. Twenty-fiv- e "D. of I." pins were awarded the "holders of the Next To lu ky numbers. The initiation of new members into .the Circle will Interurban take place at 2:30 Sunday afternoon at K. C. Hall. Plans are also being Station made for a card party to be given In the very near future. Preceding the Tuesday evening meeting the ofilcens of the clrclo gave a 'dinner HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES 'n the Grey Room of the Tyler To-tAll Kinds of Footwear For tho In bonor of tho Regent, Misa Wliolo Family Mary Cummins, who was elected a national ofllcer of the Daughters of Two HAMBLr'S Stores Isabella at the recent convention 20th and Portland Shaw. 1710 In Atlantic City. held Tho Rev. City 7104 Father J. H. Riley was an honor 18th and Mngnzlno guest at the dinner, el , Incorporated An unprecedented demand lor PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Christmas toys made by disabled former Berrice men at the K. of C. 8104 FOURTH AVENUE, TAYLOR AND BERRY BOULEVARDS veterans' toy shop ta St. Elizabeth's Your Patronage, Largo or Small, Always Appreciated reD. C, PARK 262 Hospital, Washington,Secretary IsWilPARK 600 ported to Supreme liam J. McGinley. Tho toy cure for veterans was never West 9200 Phone Your Wants To Shawnee 800 more successful than It has been this year, 6cores of tho men being C. benefited by the'ir light employment in the K. of C. toy factory. Several CUT RATE DRUGGIST men haive been graduated from, tho AND MARKET STREETS N. E. COR. TWENTY-SLMTtoy shop. this year as expert woodLOWEST PRICES workers. The Knights of Columbus QUALITY HIGHEST wteh to statov publicly that many of the demands for the eoldleavmado. HENRY toys can not be filled, as the supply HOME PHONE, CIY 5806 ANDREW Is naturally limited. OAKDALE DRUG COMPANY . CALL FOR TOYS. PHONES shell-shocke- d ARTHUR H WOERTZ E1LER BROS. XK DEAHEBS SECOND-HAND AI.I. KINDS OF THREE GENERALS IRISH. For the first time an Irish) priest, Very Rev. James A. Moran, has been appointed AssJsltant General of the LOUISVILLE, KY. Marist Order. Tne General of the 2 UNDERBILL STREET Carmelite Order Is an Irishman, and the General of .the Rcdemvptorists Js also an Irishnian. Father Moron, H. TULLY was presented with a beautiful cnal-Ic- o by the Catholic University School FOURTH AND AVERY STREETS Union as a souvenir on his leaving ALSO HOT AND COLD LUNCH for the Continent. His work as a SOFT DRINK STAND teacher 1n Dublin was referred to THE BEST IN THE. CITY in appreciative terms. AND TIGHT AND SLACK BARRELS AND KEGS 078-08- CITY 3328 DROP IN AND GET ACQUAINTED TODAY RAISED FOR RELIEF. POCKET BILLARD TABLES Tables, Bowling Alleys, Supplies and Accessories. display. Sold on the Club Plan easy payments. Authorized dealers for The Brunswick-Balke-Collend- er Sample line of tables on JOHN OGLE COMPANY Incorporated SEVENTH AND JEFFERSON LOUISVILLE, KY. highland 841 WHEN IN THE HIGHLANDS STOP AT East 91S3 Morgan O'Brien, of announces that the American Committee for Relief in Ireland bad lemltted $1,712,885 to Ireland to date, and that 15,000 pounds went forward weekly. Contributions nationally amount to approximately $4,850,000. With tho exception of Wisconsin, Minnesota and South Dakota, where a effort is being made to Taise $260,000 on behalf of the victims of the Belfast pogrom, the committee's campaign has Ex-JudNew-York- , little debt that you can never pay. A debt that we regret when she's taken away A debt that the best of us never have paid To the best little sweetheart that MENS FURNISHINGS God ever made. W.MARKET ST.xS From the day that she gave you your first baby kiss, There's a lore in her soul that could not go amiss; She's your pal, and tho earth it has no other charms SHINGLES LATHES FLOORED Like her own, safe at rest cuddled up In her arms. In the world there's no song half as sweet or as old As tho sweet song of Mother, a IVCKMbCMM7Z theme pure as gold. 41 to 40 a. BroMmrldri Brmol It's been written and told 6ince the Tr aafl Mwlteb, &ffM ft . etk. bards started rhyme, Still it seems to grow richer and newer each time. McDANIEL DRUG COMPANY VTou may fall from the straight road to depths of despair CITY 2524 SEVENTH AND BROADWAY SOUTH 0122 Tho world may forget you still there. Mother Maple Garden No matter howisdirty or soothing in PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED LOWEST PRICES CONSISTENT WITH BEST QUALITY OF DRUG Eighteenth and Bernheim Lano Sho'll sin, her heart and she'll open STORE MERCHANDISE PROMPT, POLITE SERVICE snuggle you in. WE ARE AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR TELEPHONE Soft; Tho debt that you owe her is quite an amount FRED SCHICK, Prop. Twould be nice to pay something each day on account, L. P. Blackburn C. E. Davis So I've made up my mind to write each day a line real girl that HOME PHONE CITY 2528 BLACKBURN & DAVIS ToXmyMother of Mine Old Irteh, PLUMBING AND HEATING 735 E. BROADWAY. LOUISVILLE. KY HE'S THE MAN. 2040 FRANKFORT AVENUE Homo Phone, Orescent 71 He may wear a last year's straw 'bat; his fiingernails may need maniLOUISVILLE - - - - KENTU curing; his vest may hang a little loose, and his ipants may bag at the Both Phones 2406 hen von have hnttlps in rpII bp ins Wlipn vn wont in Km, hniiW .... knees; his face may show signs of a second-day'- s growth, and the tin din- have a large stock of all kinds. REUTLINGER & CO. ner bucket he carries may bo full SOIST of dents and doughnuts; but don't Adolph RcaUlnger you call him "the old man." He's City 8714 020-62- 8 Fcbr Avenue your father For years and years he FIRE INSURANCE has been rustling around to get TORNADO, LIABILITY AND things together. Never once bias ho ;AUT0 LAUNDRY ACCESSORIES failed to do the right thing by you. PLATE GLASS GADDIE & ROSENHAM He thinks you are the greatest boy US SOUTH THIRD STREET on earth, bar none, even though you 414 SOUTH EIGHTH STREET plaster your hair back, wear smarC cap on side of your head, AUTO REPAIRING BY SKILLED MECHANICS clothes, JOHN B. WATHEN strutting HOME PHONE, CITY 75 7 C handlsi In your pockets, WORK DONE PROMPTLY rURNITURB MOVING AND down the street with a girl who nasi PACKING accepted the advertising slogan, ' Paint up time," as personal, smoke SSO South Twftsty-Sijrt- h 88. C. KEMPER cigarettes, and fail to bring homo a Shxwnee 1986 West 1CS4 cent. Ho is tho man who won the LONG DISTANCE HAULTNS love and lifo partnership of the greatest mother on earth youn OYSTERS IN SEASON mother. Ho Is "some" man and not HOT AND COLD LUNCH Homo Phone, Shawnee 803 "tho old man." If you win as good SPECIAL HOT ROAST BEEF SANDWICHES a wife as he did, you will have to HENRY GOSS 041 WEST MARKET STREET go some. PHONE CITY 1S9S ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING lEr W.J VD 3408 J jjfm"' Mifw&& P Tree Drink Stand MASON GOSS BOTTLES F. W ALWES & l J J. SOFT DRINKS tri-St- at Tho Forty Hours' devotions in GEO. J. ROMISER, Prop. Louisville will begin tomorrow BAXTER AND BBECKINRn)GB morning with the high mass In St. John's church, Clay and Walnut, continuing until Tuesday. Rev. METAL WORKS K. 0. Father Schuhmann, the pastor, will Incorporated d'rect tho exorcises, assisted by cflefgy from other churches. PreGALVANIZED IRON CORNICES AND SKYLIGHTS ceding the opening and exposition REPACKING OF ALL KINDS there will be a procession. AND TILE ROOFING TIN, SLATE EVERYTHING TO EAT AND DRINK "ROMIES" been olosedi FORTY HOURS. The annual fall festival of Trinity Council, Y. M. I., will bo given H. A. Xrspp Chfts. B. Xrapp next Tuesday in the club house, 2500 GRIFFITHS AVENUE WE DELIVER Baxter avenue and Morton, and the Horns Phone, City 700S BOTH PHONES committee in charge promises to XRAPP'S MEAT MARKET make the affair a worthy successor to those of tho past. Wholesale and Retail EXPERT OLEANDIG, PRESSING AND ALTERING see?, poxx, vsaz. juts Tia Roofs Repaired and Painted Asphalt Shingles a Speecialty 2011 WEST BROADWAY .? TRINITY FALL FESTIVAL. Groceries, Fresh Meats and Vegetables SCHULMAN'S GROCERY y DOING MISSION WORK. C. JU1 XOI Kinds of SmoJevd Meats BAST JEFFERSON STREET SHEET H. A. DOLL CONCRETE WORK CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER 621-62- 3 BAXTER AVENUE 642 EAST ST. CATHERINE ST. CITY 1705 FREDERICKTO VN. Either Phone 54-5- The Right Rev. Bishop O'Don- - GAS FITTING AND SEWERAGE aghuo was dn Fjedericktown a week ago last Saturday, when he admin ROBERT E. SCHULER istered the sacrament of confirma tion to a class of 105 at Holy Trinity PLUMBING church at that placo. Tho church LOUISVILLS, KY. was filled with people eager to greet 0 BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING INDIANA SERVICES. tho Bishop, many be Repair Work Promptly Attended To DIRECTED A. 3. OhligMhlager, Secretary ing among the number. J. B. Ohligschlagcr, President 1009 MARY STREET The Very Rev. R. P. Oahlll, O. P., 2106 PORTLAND AVE. HQME PHONE, CITY 8529 of St. Louis JJertrand's church, thi Phone City 5708 p COURTESY TO BENEDICT. cjty, was in inutnnapons tnis ajsraK Phone Shawnee 1416 in and Get Acquainted and directed the Forty Hours' Home Phone, City 7804 Tho assembly of the League of C. A. KOERNER & CO. adoration at St Bridget's church. JOHN B. RATTERMAN Oamb. Phone, West 412-Phone, City 4300 Nations at Geneva has decided that Tho services opened with high mass Cumb. Phone, Main 8580-- 1 the resolution voted concerning Rue- GENERAL CONTRACTORS Tuesday morning, with solemn, clos& sia Willi be officially communicated ing Thursday evening. FUNERAL DIRECTOR OFFICE AND YARD: to Pope Benedict with an expression Hubbuch Sr. & Son of gratitude for the generosity of FLOYD AND BURNETT STREETS REQUEST FOIt PRAYERS. 2114 WEST MARKET STREET His Holiness, who has contributed SHOCK AND LOUISVILLE, KY. Dealers In ono million lire for tho Russian peoABSORBERS TUt TvlnTtt Cardinal O'Connell, in a letter to Cumberland ple. Phones Shawnee 1243. 1800 WEST MARKET STREET for Front and Kit? the clergy of the Boston, archdioWALL PAPER AND RUGS of Fori Commtf Home Phpne, Parkway 60 West 1 179. Service SUUlon del Cat. cese, requested that prayers ho ofBeeldeaee Phone Shawnee 122-- J 2d and Tjlbcrt Cumb. Phone, South 9235-- J BURKE NOW LEADS. FALLS CITY HALL BLDG., fered at masses on Armistice day KY. HASSLER SALES CO. tor tho auccoss of the conference to 8 WEST MARKET ST. FREQ WARNS, Vincent C. Burke, treasurer of tho R. Ai limit armaments, which begins at City 2712 I'hoilPM Slain S473 was elected Postofllce, Louisville Washington that day. PRESORD?TION DRUGGIST President of the National AssociaDRUGS BETTER SHOES FOR tion of Supervisory PostoflUc Em- TAYLOR AND BERRY BLVD8. HALLOWEEN FESTIVAL. Funeral Directors ployes at tho close of ith& organizaPrescriptions Oar 'Specialty LESS MONEY YOUR'TJRUQ WANTS OLOBJS SHOUKITY & LOAJT O. tion's convention at Washington 'ost TELEPHONE The highi school and commercial ZaeorperateC "ABK YOUR DOCTOR" Embalmers. Fridays. Other Louisville men delHoly Rosary Academy SPALDING SHOE CO. A. Lazar, "Maaarer "Well, why didn't you bring him students of Halloween fesltlval in egates to the convention were J. J. PHONES: will give a Telephone 1022 Out of the High Rent District Fields, Roy Meoks and W. E. Rob- homo?" gymnasium Monday afternoon, Uoaey Advanced on Yoar Plain Ke Curab., South 1881 and 9211 "My dear, I wasn't In the game. the inson. October 31. . Home, City 1881 and 1882 812 West Jefferson Street EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. bkoajovww-vIt was up to the batter to bring (Seoond Fleer) FOURTH AND HILL STREETS Open Evenings Until Nino O'clock him home." WASTE OF MONEY. TWOJ OF ST. JOHN. LOUISVDLLE CEREAL MILL CO. Bone Phone City 2987. BISHOP'S TRD3UTE. iFor the training of aviators, an Archaeologists! at work in the Mark Sales, Pres; Incorporated Every Business Has Something Extra average of $50,000 1s spent itor each To Offer Its Customers ruinfe of ancient Ephesus have dis'J. C. Jacobi, Beta, and Tieas. F. F. Valinoti Electrio Co. Laymen's Bulletin, of covered a crypt believed to bo tho The Catholic Manufacturers of the Celebrated man., J. LUBBERS Georgia has a beautiful tribute to tomb of St. John the Evangelist, it, L. GRAUMAN & CO. ' "Wo Uso tho GoldeH Rale" Brand AT 819 BASi; BROADWAY, HAS tho women of Georgia from. the. pen 5s said in a dispatch received .in NO INTERFERENCE. Incorporated "NONESUCH" 913 WEST MARKET STREET of 4fee Right Rev. B. J. Kelley, Paris. WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR Sealers ta All Xlaflii of Ottleo and City 4782 "Didn't you see Jimmy?" de- Bishop of Savannah.- - Already in Meal, Grits, nomlny, Corn FIoht, Safes, Cask RegisStore Fixtures, WHOLE WHEAT BREAD tH&t the l 1918 tfee OMoetetion ters, Show Cases. Ceanters, INDUSTRIAL LIGnT AND POWER manded Mnf. Jones. Dairy, Heg and Poultry Feeds JAPAN HAS BIG FORCE., corpus a&& Bbelviajr, Btc. &a 40 Mo "He wte term ''toymen" Included vmim' and INSTALLATIONS, RB6IDENCB "I did," s&ld Th FLOYD AND BLOOM 8TRBBTS playing ball and Jones. I sw him they were eligible to hotd olfye 1b Owi Make FM&Ht BHtUr when S10 WSST MAIN STREET WIRING, FIXTURES, LAMPS pf 0 Japan has an' tbe orgaalMttoni. (Mr, 31 69; South 1286 PHONB8 he w on eeoond but.." ' AND REPAIRS City 1T1 men. Home Phone, City 1888 NATIONAL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION CO. Incorporated GENERAL CONTRACTORS P., of the Sacred this week in MERCHANT TAILOR Meadvllle, Wi&, giving' a mission. Father, Leander and Father Edwin Maker of High Class Ladies' and Gentlemen's Garments at Moderate Prices are giving a mission in West Brook402 EAST BROADWAY, AT PRESTON CITY 994 lyn, 111., and Father Adelbert is in Wisconsin, doing mission work. THERE IS A DISTDTCT ADVANTAGE IN GETTLNG ANYTHING CHURCH SOCIAL. YOU MAY NEED IN THE SMOKE LINE AT THE Monday and Tuesday, November 51 and 9.2. hnvft lipn. celftcttMl als the FIFTH AVENUE CIGAR STORE dates for a great social and card 440 SOUTH FB?TH STREET PnONE CITY 8253 party to take place in St. uonuace BECAUSE OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS FRESH AND COMPLETE Hall. Committees are busy preparing for this eTent, the proceeds of which will ho lused for support of the church. Soft Drinks and Hot Lunch. The Best in the City Heart Father Cyril, Retreat, H. LEVY was i"l D-o- W Sons Frank Hariman HOUSE PAINTERS DECORATORS Fine's Pharmacy , Joseph H.B0SSES0N and JR. 1136-119- 600B. st er, ru-M- Bt arm-ed.ferc- 600,-00- usoeMm y o rv OPEN FOR BUSINESS r 5H- - townaJxasji'o-LiM- i , NEW CASH DEPARTMENT STORE "SO THAT THE PEOPLE MAY KNOW" By long tables of figures and a bewildering mass of financial statistics the Campaign Committee appointed by Boss Searcy is endeavoring to prove in the public press that taxes actually have decreased in the last four years. Women's and Children's Ready to Wear. Men's Furnishings and Piece Goods, in correct styles and serviceable qualities. All articles in store are fresn and new. Our Policy Buy for cash, sell for cash, small overhead, small mar' gin and utmost value. OUTLET CASH DEPARTMENT STORE INCORPORATED 329 "WEST JEFJPERSON STREET l Making Old Shoes Newl For Quality and First Class Service You Will Make No Mistake in Taking Your Shoes to 645 Fourth Ave , Bel. Chestnut and Broadway You get them hack jnst like now. Prices no higher. Will .. ris STARK OAXjTj call for and deliver, Home Phono City 231. iiruiuiibiy uuouuou Look for electric sign "STAliu, FOR Real Ice Cream and Sherbet KLOTZ ICE CREAM WORKS Home Phone City 395 218 EAST MARKET STREET. SWISS CLEANING -- OF- MEN'S SUITS With Minor Repairs Free Saves Buying. Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed. Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. You know that taxes have increased tremendously, that you never had a higher tax rate than now and that assessments are the highest ever known. Get the truth about taxes yourself and in your own way: Read your own tax bills and they will tell you the truth. The same commtttee tells you that all this talk about Searcy being Boss is wrong and that Searcy is in reality a lily white angel. They admit that their angel and his relatives draw more than $40,000 a year from the public treasury but they find that excusable because somebody else somewhere else has done the same thing. How do you like that, Mr. Taxpayer? They tell you that the police force is the best ever. "It is to laugh." You know of the stunts of the Keystoners, you know of the stojen automobile scan; dais that have made the city notorious all over the country, you know of the protection of bootleggers and gamblers, you know of the political activities of the force, you know of the many shifts in the captaincies (all for cause), you know that the force is but a political club under machine direction, you know of the tipping off of "soft" drink venders whenever raids threatened, you know of the Rex Garage. They tell you of what happened sixteen years ago at the election of 905 and they name a number of men they think ought to be condemned. Strange, however, that they mention only Irish Catholics in this connection. You know what that means an adroit attempt to arouse religious hatred. Not a word of men like James B. Smith, Roger Nohalty, William G. Harding, Mike Filben,:Chas, C. Martin, Cornelius Smith. Joe Disch, Andy Wepler, Coonie Hafendorfer, Pat Hession and dozens of others. All these independent Democrats wrth Boss Searcy now and presumably sprouting wings under the leadership of this lily white angel. All these men are shouting themselves hoarse for Quin, and the good Judge, finally snioked out of his hole, iscoming to help them shout. The boss had told him to keep silent, just as he has told the near Mayor to keep silent, and he followed orders. Things are going bad, however, and orders have been changed. So now the Judge is coming home to speak. Overton Harris has asked him a number of questions that the voters and taxpayers would like to have answered. Wonder if he will answer them. Judge Quin is in a miserable position. He is simply the tool of the Boss and must do what he is told to do. He did not want to be a candidate, but the Boss made him change his mind. He did not want to speak, but the Boss made him speak. And a vote for him is but a vote to continue Searcy's rule. It is in the power of the citizens to end all this, to pull the city out of the rut the Republican machine has put it in, and the way to do it is clear: 1 Now, Mr. Taxpayer,' all this is but camouflage. H5o 5 STREeT r I j We Oire and Redeem Oold Trading Stamp. BOYS' SUITS $10 We are offering you these Suits at a very special price, just to adver- tise our Boys' Department. These Suits are made of good woolen mate terials, splendidly tailored and fin-- 1 ished. THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW ; j ! j $10 gaaa0agB THE NAME KENTUCKY & INDIANA DAIRIES COMPANY MEANS PURE PASTEURIZED MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS BUTTER A SPECIALTY Tho Customer Will Know That You Watch His Interests If You Sell K. AND I. PRODUCTS FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERS KENTUCKY AND INDIANA DAIRIES CO. Incorporated JACKSON AND FEHR AVENUE BOTH PHONES 4202 SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS iNCoxpouraD Office G17 South Fourth. Vote For Harris and the Entire Democratic RECENT DEATHS. ii Ticket. Plant 000 South Sixth. ' Franklin Gas Burners ' o husband of Sophia Zaepfel, G19 East; Oak ii years street. He was ii old and was highly esteemed, by his neighbors and associates.! and Cleaned , Funeral services were hold Tuesday !! Overhauled morning with requiem high mass. ; HOME ;: Monday morning the funeral of William Wald, aged seventy-fou- r, oE. G. HEARTICK OF of 302G Hale avenue, was held from We're Prepared to Do It Promptly St. Charles church. Ho was a re- HIGH CLASS II City21Sl East217 PICTURES tired carpenter and was1 well known. Style. ;; and in First-Clas- s 915 E. Broadway. He is surv'ved by his widow, Mrs. AND 4 Christina Wald; two sons, William daughand Henry "Wald, and four GOOD MUSIC. ters, Miss Marguerite Wald, Mrs. your boys aa sdacatloa that will Arthur Monhelmer, Mrs. Its George BTsar tlsta for Ufa Grles and Mrs. R. G. Maddux. Bernard J. Dolle, a'god seventy-onCollege Who ha3 been a patient sufIIS W. Broadway, SokIstIU, ley. ferer for the ipaet three years, passed Into eternal rest on WednesCards, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, BuMnesi day at his home, 631 East Madison and ScUntlfio Classical. Courses, Preparatory Department, Large fctreet. Ho leaves his widow, Mrs. For Every Member Circulars, Dodgers, Etc. Swimming Pool, well Equipped Gym- Elizabeth Dolle; three daughters, nasium. Terms moderate. of the Family at Joseph Mrs. Kate Nlcliter, "Mrs. Bro, Benjamin. Dlr. Dance and Wedding Invitations Rapp and Mrs. John McKlnney, and hreo sons, Louis, Henry and Eda Specialty. ward Dolle. Funeral services will HOME PHONE 946. be held this morning at St. John's church, Clay and Walnut. The nows of the death of Mrs. Ida PORK PACKER 431 E. MARKET ST C. Kechler, beloved wife of .William street, Kachler, 645 South Forty-firby received with Boiled Hams Specialty was large circle of deep regretMrs. her ORXCrarc friends. 818 Kachler passed away after an illness of GO. ney three months of lieart and kidGANDY trouble. Besides her husband Beading Braiding hhe Is sruvived by a son, Emund J. MANUFACTURERS Beaked Bags Repaired Kach'or, and a daughter, Miss Maiy Esthe Kachler. Funeral services FINE CANDIES Russell Service Shoppe wm-hPld Tuesday mom'mg at Holy Cross church, Rev. Father Hill cel307-- 8 Boston Building Candy Pullings and Wheels a Specialty ebrating W Make a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. the requiem mass. yclllo Russell, Manngwr. 1930 West Market Street .By the passing of Mrs. Mary Wo Use All Modern Appliances in the Elimination of Pain. Schmidt, 12i2 Spring Drive, St. JoPhone Shawnee 2347 Ennevs Cigar seph's church suffers the loss of an- Hcrm Pcrfccto 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Schrocr's Smokers other of Its old and highly esteemed Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. THE VERY BEST members. A loving wife and moth(UNION MADE) Phono City 4503 Phone Cily 4503 er, she will be missed by her fam Home Phone, City 6041 ily and neighbors. She is survived by her husband, William Schmidt; a son, Henry Schmidt; a daughter, SCHROER BROS. Miss Elizabeth Schmidt; two sisters, Manufacturers of FINE CIOARS Mrs. Carrie Horn and Miss Anwie SOFT DRINKS Itobben, and two brothers, Herman 641 EAST JEFFERSON STREET and Henry Robben. Funeral services wero held Wednesday morning. NEED NOT VEAR. PROUD OP COLONELS. Mrs. Nellie Clara Lewis, forty-on- e Archbishop Glonnon, In a recent The victory of the Louisville ball rears old, was called Into eternal club In the Junior world sorles has rest Sunday morning at her home, aunday sermon at the St. Louis Caelated the loyal fans of this city, 1528 Gallagher street Mrs. Lewis thedral, declared that tho "Cathand President Knebolkamp, Busi- was an active and highly esteemed olic church has nothing to fear from and ness Manager Neal, Manager Joe worker for St. Will'amls church, the alleged mooRPORAvao. who strive to eay that McCarthy and the players down to from where the funeral took place y because a. man accopts a certain the bat boy are coming In for many Tuesday morning, Rev, Father conducting the solemn serr-ce- faith ho can not servo his country. njco verbal bouquets. The proud She Is survived by her hus- Many sins aro committed In tho and haughty Baltimore club was humbled In five out of eight games, band, Stephen F. Lewis, Sr.; two name of patriotism. As I bco dt, it ii three out of five of these victories sons, William and Stephen F. there aTe two brands of patriotism. being obtained In the Baltimore rLewiB., Jr.; two sisters, Miss Mollie There la the patrlotlbm Which grows-ou-t of one's admiration for tho park. Local fans must appreciate Clare and Mrs. Z. O. Curry, and ball whon three borthers, Thomas and William natural and scenic beauties of his American Association Clare, STEAM they rea.l'7e that baltlmoro etood Chicago.Louisville, and J. M. Clare, country. Then, there is the patriot-bu- n DOMESTIC which results from an honest cut by Itself In the International cppreclatlon ol tho principles for League, breaking the world's recSTATE GOVERNORS MEET. which a country stands, for Its We are miners and distributors of the best Eastern and Western Kontucky ord In games won, having 116 at An Important meeting of State achievements and for Its statesmen. Coal produced, and can therefore furnish your requirements with the best satis- the close of the season. The Balti faction and lowest prices. Consumers will benefit by the purcbas of their coal more papers and others In the East Governors and International Chair- That Is tho .highest order of patriot-IsN O W. Let 41s have your ordr r TO D A Y. The question of reliprion and from nine to time nave claimed men of the International Federation We operate three retail yards at Louisville and also ship anywhere. Special that the'r club beJonired In the of Catholic Alumnae, held in In- ratriofsm or nationalism has been dianapolis, was attended byM'ss uiacusseo oeroro. it is not a new rsducad prices on car load shipments. malor leagues, and our Colonels Anna Blanche MOGUL Kentucky 3ublect, .But there are some who ns werenf't h'trhly regarded ts or HARVEY-JELLIC- O in we scrips Critics here Governor; Mrs. Richard Nugent and rtrlve to bo They seek to say who now believe that Baltlmoro wouldn't Miss Helen Engllsn. TRe director INCORPOKATKH rave fln'pnpd 'n tho first dme'on of tho federation, the Right Rev. fe American and who is not But Edward Pace, of the the Constitution of the United States race and tho Monslgnor n tho Association Yard and Elevator, Fope and Payne Streets. Yard 1000 8. First Street. Yard Fifteenth and Magnolia. nlnvers looked like Three I. League Catholic University, was also pres- Is a lasting safeguard against such ent. A meeting of tho executive unfounded beliefs. It guarantees tc Main 033. City 1450. Main Office 411 Htarks Building. material. board was bJ8 following the con- every man tlhe right to worehilp as ference, he wills. Tho nation claims control INDIANA STATE OFFICERS. over the secular, but It seeks In no way to dominate the spiritual. That HAPPILY WEDDED. The officers elected at tho Stat Tho marriage of Miss Mnry Stella prlnclplo was established by bloodronvntron held by the Cathollq KnlcrMo of America In InManaiK).Va Barry and Mr. Lewis Atiwioodi. Louis'-ille- , shed, and was a question for ages, was solemnized In Washing- ft has been established and it never last week sto as follows: Rev,. "Wi- ton at noon Monday In tbe chan- will bo torn down." Clay and Fulton Streets. lliam F. So'hertz. of Now Albany, Louis J. cellory of St. Patrick's Cathedral. Tnd. Spiritual Director; Illgli Grade Coal at the very lowest prices. Give usa trial. i, The Rev. Father P. F. Egan officINVITATION ACCEPTED. ronrnloT, Pre&Ment: Paul Gamb, Easl 2200 City Mlae Barry and Mr. Atwood iated. Joseph Lueeche. Vice Marshal Ferdinand Foch has ac Roe Taoe, Secretary, and were attended by Mr. and Mrvr. Knights GeBOTT'S ORIGINAL Rev. Otto Rosier. Treasurer. U. J. Robert Barry, the former belnf? the) cepted the Invitation of the guest ASK Y0U amOOIR of the Rss of Indianapolis, were Norman brotherthe ceremony Mr.Immediately of Columbus to be at Chicago on S"h Bpnd, and elected after of the bride. and Mra. their national body Patrick, FRYDKAKES Atwood tett on an extended vV.t to November 6, Supreme Knight James KREAM HljMitR to the Stvnreme con- vent'on wWoh" wjll be held to New the Paclie Coeet. Tlaey will make A Flaberty announced Monday In LOTHSVILIjS' CRBAM TOTED OAKS CO, "iMerjwrt. , New York City. their heate in LeuievlMe, . Orleans in May. Holy 'Trinity 'parish nvoruns tho ii death of Edward Zaepfel, beloved forty-seve- n WALNUT THEATER LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK Por Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a total deposit of more than 13,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by the people of Louisville at this safo, conservative bank. FURNACES WEWANTYOURWORK $2.50 UNDER THE BIG CLOCK '. PRINTING WB8T (9fRBnT. St. Xavier's e, SHOES Where the Quick Meal Comes In Where Where 5t la to MARKET AT SECOND brightest j tfae home Where work U HENRY FISCHER a FRED FEIGE & SON Hemstitching Buttons Pleating KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN st lightest; Where the aaeaJ is cooked best; Where tho range ataada the tact where . the That's "Quick Heal" comes the work mo3n jLmUmiSi Bsfr1"'! Mr dOBS v Where eookfaag mm ruai laa Where baJdag gtraa av 1 Where dradge la seal m sight That's "quick where MeaT MM HMMMWMMMmMWWnMHMMW GOODIE Quick Meal GaalRaaftea Hold, Inatalled and 1111 Iy Reeemneiidaa' Drs. Harrison and Strassburg " ufcflfciK OC oUIN, w. MARKET ST. p :eeecgfae;ejeajeeaecaeg) QRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. (SMITH, PROP. DON'T FORGET THAT EPPING'S Funeral Director and Embalmerf GRAYV0N ALLMEN Sanitary Milk Co. HOME BOTH PHONES 810. f SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. l Ht4"MfrM"WfoMfr super-patrio- ts euper-naitlonalls- ts, IS THE OF PURE MILK Tim-one- s. DOUGHERTY '& McELLIOTT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, ' a ' ASK YOUR GROCERS. ' COAL- - ' Funeral Directors" and Embalmers I' r m. nts COAL COMPANY l'MtM'4 JAVViAAAAA4JLPLVM.lVVVtVVVVVVVVA t M"W-MM-4"- H' t BOTH PHONE5S. Climb. Slain SOOS-- a Home City 2098 1 1 '! f suner-patrlo- super-nationalist- s. I HOMEWIONB88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971-- y J. J. BARRETT'S 50NS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS, J&dCaln I COAL CO. NEW O. T. GOATj YARD S. -- 3o.st iVVVVVVV'VVplAV'VVVlVMVvVlay?3' tr . Mala 822 street, 480; Hei'cjhel-bacT- Pre&l-flent- a; u D. L. .DirectorBAXI Embtilmer Funeral mnd 17-7- 1 ts. t W ") U. GKMM'JIV ' MIUIMVM.I,