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LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1921. .' PRICE FIVE CENTS. the conference room; that Is the way to bring a conference to nought. All I can say is that there Is a (better prospect ot our invitation to the people ot Ireland' to come into free partnership in the British empire as equals being heeded today than at any tlmo for Makes Ilea For Irish FToedom.That years." Audience Cheers For Several Ho emphasized repeatedly tho necessity of peace,! saying thait It was Minutes. needed fqr the welfare of. the empire as well as for tho good relations ot tho British Isles, Tho worst aspect of a family quarrel, he Refers ia tho Dcdaratioa of. Indeadded, was not only that It cause'd pendence as Reason For His unhappiness within the family, but attracted' the attention of neighbors. Stand. A statement issued after Thursday morning's meeting, of the Ulster Cabinet' mombera here concluded as follows: "Sir- James Craig, tho Premlor, in Traitors to the Principles on WhlcK behalf ot the Cabinet ot Northern American Government Was Ireland,, wishes It clearly understood Founded. that there can be no surrender ot Ulster's rights." : Tho statement promised, by Prime Minister Lloyd George outlining the negotiations wlth.thd Sinn Fein rep- NOT IRISHMAN, BUT AMERICAN. resentatives had not been received by the representatives of Ulster, but Lloyd George sent word he hoped With a copy of tho Declaration! of to be able to supply It during the Independence In his band the Right afternoon. The secretary of the Ulster party Rev. Joseph Schremlbs, D. D Bishop was keepfng In touch constantly of Cleveland and head of the LayStreet, where tho men's Dopartment of the National with Downing British Cabinet met at noon, and Catholic Welfare Council, stood beIt was announced that another meet- fore an audience ot sympatMsere ing of tlie Northern Ireland Cabinet with tho Irish caUso that filled would bpcalled as epon as tho- de- Keith's Hippodrome Sunday after tailed statement fas received. Lloyd noon; and made ai plea for Irish in-- A George meanwhile suggested that dependence that caused the1 audience with the Ulster Cabinet to rise and cheer his statements for several minutes. gov over until Friday. "Though I am not anIrishman,-bu- t an It is glad "to note that the. relig- Bishop American," tho Right Rev. said, "It s as an American ious prejudlco issue' injected in the citizen that I hold that any mas campaign by tho Jocal and' who stands on tho platform of n organs of tho machine had no appreciable effect American, principles must be a symon tho result. Here and there in pathizer with' Irish freedom. An Louisville there are areas of bigotry, I go further than this," the Bishop Parkland and East Market street continued, "and say that the man being notable examples. In those who professes to be an American districts ' tlie Republican ticket was and yet stands acalnst Irish frvtrvm voted to' spite Catholics or the Cath- is a traitor to the principles on olic candidates were scratched on which this Government was foundthe Democratic ticket. The better ed." Then the audience arose and , class of citizens represented by men applauded Do yop ask mo to prove my like Former Attorney General Garr nett and Dr. Leon Solomon rebuked assertion?" tho Bishop continued the bigots' attempt to creatd rellg-Jp- "Well, then," he said,, "I hold in my feeling here. "Bloody Monday" hand the Declaration of American Is conceded to be responsible f for Independence- - That 'Is tho charter Louisville trailing behind Indianap- of American freedom, and any man olis, Cincinnati and other nearby who professes to be an American cities today, and If the Republican must be willing to stand by that machine continues Us present plans Declaration of Independence, I ot arousing religious prejudice then sometimes Bishop wonder." In Schrembs continued, "whether tho other cities will pass Louisville progress and business. One ot the men who profess such a wonderful Republican representatives, went to love for the British empire that they the door of a Catholic school a few would join Ireland to It for all nights Jsefqre election jind demanded Hme as aslave I sometimes wonof the 'Superioress ds to whether der If these people "have ever read some of the nuns who bad reg- tho Declaration of American Indeistered were naturalized. The Su- pendence? I know American editions perioress told the impudent Intruder of tho London Times and there are that tho nuns could speak for them- plenty of them from the, Atlantic to selves, but when tho same nuns the Pacific and from the Lakes to wero asked to nurso tho sick sol- tho Gulf, bought by English gold diers at Camp Taylor during tho in- which wo supply and for which Engfluenza epidemic they wero not land Is asking- us to remit the interasked to show their nnturollzntlon est I know this that these men have not read the Declaration ot Inpapers. dependence, or lf they have, they MARSHAL FOCH HONORED. havo long since becomo traitors to tho principles there enunciated." Marshal Foch, on his return to The BishopMhen read that portion Washington for the Armistice day of the declaration of principles beGeorge- ginning. "Wo hold these truths to be ceremonies, received from town University the honorary dedown to tho words, gree of doctor of canon and civil "derive their just powers from tho Tha Marshal received a consent of the governed." Ho then laws. sword as a gift from all ot the asked the audienco If they believed Jesuit institutions of America, the theso principles. There was a shout French military leader being a of approval. graduate of the Jesuit College of St. Bishop Schrembs was to have Clementz at Metz. His brothor Is a been Chairman ot tho meeting, memlboi of the ordor. Ceremonies which was addressed by Harry J. Incident to the conferring of the de- Boland, former secretary to Eamonn gree and presentation of tho sword Do Vajora and now representative were attended by high Government ot Do Valera In the United States, officials, the Ambassadors ot the al- and hy Peter Golden, National Seclied powers and official delegates retary to the American. Association of tho Jesuit Ordor, Including nota- for tho Recognition of the Irish Reble Catholic prelates. public- Delayed by confirmation engagements, Bishop Schrembs had not HEAR FROM POPE. arrived at tho time of opening tho meeting, and the Rev. Gilbert P. While the delegations ot tho pow- Jennings, pastor of St. Agnes' quietly at work Wednesday church, acted in his stead. ers were perfecting their part for tho ArmaPeter Golden Is a cousin of the ment Conference, cheering assur- late Terance MacSwlney, and made ances of support for tho purposes of several allusions to tho principles ot the negotiations reached Washing- freedom which MacSwlney enunciatton from two important quarters of ed and died for. Golden, a man of the 'Old World. Lloyd George, Brit- medium height and slight build, ish Promiar, sent a message express- made an earnest plea tor the Irish ing regret that ho could not be pres- cause, speaking with dramatic inent at the opening today At the tensity for half an hour. He asked same time It became known through tho sympathizers with tho Irish . unofilc'al channels that Popo Bene- cause to enroll in tho American dict had given his approval ttf the Association tor the Recognition of purposes set for the conference and the Irish Republic might pronounce the official sanction In his address Harry Boland said ot .the 'Holy See at the consistory of the people of Ireland havo estab-- , to llshed November 21, Ho has prepared their own republic, which maintain close contact wtlh tho ne- thoy hope to maintain for all time. gotiations as they develop. He said It was useless to ask the people ot Ireland to accept a comDECORATE CHAPLAIN. promise form of government. Absoluts independence, with right George Galbralth. curate to live their own nationaltho Father Ufa Kirkintil- their own, way, govorned by men in ot tho Catholic parish of of loch, In the archdiocese ot Glasgow, their own selection is the desire of has been awarded the Cross ot Hon- tho Irish people, ho said. The first or, with swords, by tho French Gov- anniversary ot the death of Torenco ernment. During the war Father MacSwlney, Lord Mayor bf Cork, a Galbralth served with tho troops as fow days ago, Boland said, deserved military chaplain. For his gallantry the tributes paid MacSwlney's sacand devotion to duty he was award- rifice. MacSwiney died for a prined the Military Cross by the. British ciple ot liberty that Is world wide in Government, to which was added tho Its scopo. "There is no bitterness in further honor ot a .bar to tho crdse. tho hearts of tho IrUh people," BoThe Belgian Government also deco- land declared. "Theirs Is not a gosrated him with the King Albert pel of bate. Love for Ireland and Medal. not hatred for England Is their plea, VVe on our side aro willing and anxBAZAR AND SOCIAL. ious to make peace. Wo will do What promises to be a stellar nothing to hamper or prejudice the event of the Thanksgiving season negotiations now going on and can will he the bazar and social to be only pray that they will end in a of the unhappy given at Wlndthoret Hall on Novem- final settlement ber 22 and .23 for the benefit of St strife that has so long existed, bePhilip Nerl church. Tho commit- tween the two nations. But should tees are working hard to make thlR the negotiations break down, and we bazar a success, and at an enthusi- be forced again to defend our hard astic parish meeting Monday nieht won liberty, the army of the repubthe reports were most encouraging lic Is ready, armed, equipped and Tho sale ot hooka will doubtless b? disciplined, te, carry on. the fight aad very lairge, many having already to carry it'oa as it has never bett ::' waged testers." bsea taken. rested, and tho negro business man, candidate for Mayor, had his home wrecked and demolished. All of theso outrages wero committed by negroes, members of their own race. ) Strange to say, none of the leading local negro preachers OParty In Louisville Beaten by Rough or educatora supported or oven enTHE VERDICT. couraged thees few who were trying Tactics and Padded Nogro to teach the negro that ho must not ' Vote. blindly support the Republican party. On tho contrary, these negro j preachers, teachers and others of higher clas3 joined hands Negroes Pre- - with tho negro thugs, gamblers and afonr Settled Fact TJint I n Govthd others In supporting .L' ffcr G. O. P. to Better negro has machine. The ernment. condemned himself; ho Is for the Republican ticket, no matter If It Is comprised of scoundrels, and will support a white Republican matJuinAdnilnlstration Condemned to chine ticket against men of his own race. The vicious negroes rejoicing JS'FaIluro Because of Machine In Quin'a election made themselves I Bosslsm. A conspicuous tho day following. truck containing drunken and rowdy negroes drovo through Fourth street and tho central section) of the 'REFORM" SQUABS OF THUGS. town, waving a dead rooster In the nlr and shouting taunts at white people. From now. on the conduct of tho negroes will be a menace to victory tho town, and the Democratic party, With a big Democratic throughout the State and big vic- whether It likes it or not, will be to make the tories throughout the country why forced in negro issue foremost in local Cam outside aro wondering Louisville ' failed to keep atop and paigns. are inquiring of Democrats hero as The Democratic Committee rfnd The tho Democratic organization need 'to--' the source of the failure. iimswnr it In the Instructions given havo no regrets over their fight and showing in tho olectlon. They to Republican workers tho day Elim election over tho signature of fought against heavy odds. Chairman inate tho negro vote and Harris Republican Carapalgm The follow- would havo won by 20,000. ElimCharles H. Moorman. ing sentences are contained In tho inate the nogro repeaters, the padd ded voto and the vote robbery of closing paragraph: "Don't bo or bluITed. Our pcop'o av0 thoso who couldn't produce naturalstood for tho insults of Democratic ization papers, and Harris would workers long enough. Tho Repub- havo won by several thousand. If lican party is In power and don't the Democratic challengers had ofh of tho Insults offered forget it." Imaglno Republican fered Searcy-Chilto- n organ and Misseurhrriudguttcr sheet condemned workers being bullied, bluffed or in- by Republican challengers they sulted with the police force, de- would stll be In Jail. All of nbovo mr induing religious prejuuicc. ; tective department, Sheriff's office combined means that no fair elecand numerous, county police and de- tion was hold nnd tho Democratic tectives behind them. Tho workers party was robbed, Mr Harris made accepted theso Instructions literally a gallant, couragoous campaign and tY' and their Conduct on election day ho has grown In tho affections of plainly showed that they know the tho thousands who made his acAnpolice and all other Republican quaintance during tho fight. In tho field was other forcos were behind, them. In Its report the Mayor's Fair Attllla Cox, who ran a remarkable Election Committee never reported, race In both city and county, leading may send giflts for the Shoppe. They Ulster Premiers concluded their con'because they probably did not know the field of Judges. The 'surprise luvite those who can sew .to meet ferences. of tho conduct of Republican chal- in tho results' was the showing of with them, and as there arc numerThe members ot the Ulster Cablengers Inside tho polls. Men and Charles W. Mllllken.. candidate for ous other things to be done they inet who will coma to London will women, especially thoso with Irish Tax Receiver. Mllllken's name was need many workers, airs. J. B. include John Milne Barbour, the names, were denied a voto it they away, down on the big ballot, yet he Watheu. Jr., Is President, and MarMarquis ot Londonderry, U. N. Annaturaliza- led the entire ticket from Mayor garet LaTan Is Secretary. For their could not produce their Archda'le. They In down, receiving 54,762 T0te3, or 257 relief work they would be glad to Lloyd George and Sir James Craig drews and E. A. tion papers, many who had lived will bo accompanied by Thomas Louisville for over fifty years and moro than the head of tho ticket. recelye clothing of any description, Moles., Chairman of the committees Fall to Reach Any had given sons to the recent war. While still digesting the returns tho which should be sent to Miss Mayme of the Ulster Parliament. Although pccffl They were forced to hunt for nat- suggestion is made that the local Schuhmann, Chairman- of Juvenile the ''morning newspapers generally uralization papers taken out years committee, arrange for permanent Court work. recognize that- the 'calling of tho In the ago. The challengers in headquarters,? tho victory and years significant UlsterilesIs j&&$&Sbt8k.t. m r step which-can to London fail a. tcr produce the--' little snipe Statoand elsewhere-meani-- " that most instances were BRnE'Sv'SH6WER. notIn Louisville. Peace Negotiations Aro Admitted to lmpdrtant developments, they do not "Republicans that exist ow profits hope must not die It is snot hard to predict the out from protected gambling games, op accept the view that It indicates a IMrs. H, IR. Snyder gave a miscelHavo Reached Critical were either "yaps" that never saw come of the Quln administration. laneous shower for Miss Rose Lee further hardening of Ulster's attin Stage. "Quln the Man" will become "Quln Gatterdam, whoso marriage to Mr, a. railroad until the tude or adds to tho acuteness of brought them to town. the Goat" after a few short months. Alexander Bauer will take place on machine tho situation. by He will bo allowed possibly to close Thanksgiving day. Toung women wero embarrassed guests1 pres-Premier Lloyd George, who has wero a fow picture shows or places of ent were iMessrs. The Mesdames 1 "being forced to swear they settled with the Sinn Felners temand twenty-on- e years of age, and citizens amusement to enable him to say to Frank Bauer, Sr Arthur Boardman, Members of Ulster Cabinet Aro porarily, has admittedly as hard a gatherings, "Look Frank Bauer. Jr.. Frank Grieshaber. of standing were compelled, to prove the Sunday-schojob with the Ulstorltes, who have Summoned For Meeting in lt their place of residence for tho publicly sworn that they have gone what I have done." But he will Roy Gattordam, Fred Bauer, Theo. challenger, who never be allowed to close the boot- Welho, William Gardner, Harry Snysnipe1 London. of the tho limit when they agreed to the was but following the Instructions legging and gambling joints, as they der, William Sandman, John L. li920 net. given by tho Republican machine. arc heavy contributors to tho friendly to Lloyd Newspapers n Louis Gatterdam, Julius The Mayor's Committee reported George, apparently inspired from machine. Quln will make Grieshaber, Joseph Wrocklage; Mesthat they did- not approve of then tho speeches of welcome to the dames Joseph Gatterdam, Otto SUCCESS OR FAILURE IS NEAR. various government sources, today "big gangs gathered by tho published tho frank warning as to y Howard McCollumi, Alex gatherings but the mamachine in what they called chine what will happen If the Ulsterites bosses the Cassella, A. Snyder, William will raako gangs, but the commitFosle Schneider, Roy refuse to concede points which will go into details as to the speeches of welcome to the boot- Hartwell. Albert Jtuhl, L. B. Green,. tee did not crowds. The Further discussion ot the plans be agreeable to Dublin and at the gang. It would be lnterestlpg for legging and gambling worse, Northern Joseph time safeguard force will bo it that Theo. Cummins, Misses Gatterdam, devised by tho Government and the same, They declare that such a sits, police Judge Bingham. Churchill rights. Rosa Lee is possible, thinking tho election P. Grieshaber; Arthur Allen and others Gatterdam, Henrdletta Snyder, Mar- Sinn Fein for settlement of tho Irish uation simmers down to the resigstatolned there to glvo their exact meant an Indorsement for the past garet Grelshaber, LatttlaJ Green, problem was on the programme ot nation of Lloyd Georgo and a conIs Impression of tho gang of "reform" nightmare of four years. There Elizabeth Welho, Elizabeth Staab, Premier Lloyd George and Sir sequent general election, which the workors stationed at and- working a suggestion of humor in the out- Mariarn Klapheke, Corlnno Gries- JameS Craig at the resumption ot Government Is assured would 'abHickey's saloon at Sev- look though. What n Joko it will be haber, Irma Gatterdam, Margaret their consultations aiondoy, no de- solutely vindicate their position nnd out of John independents in Green, Dolly Schneider. enth and Oak streets. Words can on tho cision or agreement having been censure Ulster for blocking the end"hardly describe the looks of that Crescent Hill and like scctlqns who reached at Saturday's Interviews be- ing ot the 700 years' feud. aggregation. The scum of tho un- think they voted for. good governMeanwhile the Unionists In Lontween the British Premier and tho AROUSING THE IGNORANT. thugs, dope ment. A rndo and early awakening derworld, head ot the Ulster Cabinet. The don, Including Bonar Law, Austen fiends and yeggmen were in that ag- Is theirs. Calling oni all K. of C. lecturers plans under consideration have to Chamberlain and Lord Birkenhead, gregation and when lined up with and members throughout the United do with the question 01,68001 auton- have renounced the "die hards" and colored Huston Quln MARSHAL MADE KNIGHT. their salmon omy proposed for tho two legisla- aro bringing pressure on Premier States to enroll In a nation-wid- e .badges one saw a collection that campaign against religious preju- tures; In 'Irealnd, In connection with Craig to do his utmost toward peace. Marshal Ferdinand Foch on Sun- dices, Supremo Knight James A. which, Sir Robert Hor'ne, Chancel- Even Sir Edward Carson is reported would put to shame New York's famous Bowery in its palmiest days. day was the official guest of the Flaherty, of the Knights of Colum- lor of the Exchequer, and Sir Lam- as advising temperate action by his Neighbors and residents of Seventh Knights of Columbus of tho Naitlon bus, attributes1 to animus1 stirred' up ing WorthlngtonnEvans, the Secre- partisans assuring them, following and Oak kept a close watch on their at Chicago and became the millionth by organizations like the Ku Klux tary for War, both of whom aro his conversations with Lloyd George, valuables and homes all during the Knight of tho order. "I have been Klan tho recent slaylngs of three dealing with the Irish question, that if Ulster accepts a status simday, and crying children wero told made a Knight of Columbus," tho Catholic priests In Birmingham, were present to take part in tho'dis-cussio- ilar to Quehec, under the homo rule to keep quiet or "the bad Ropub-liac- n Marshal of Prance cabled Madame Oakland and North Dakota. ''We act, all her rights will be safeworkers at Hickey's will get Foch. Supremo Knight James A. have evidence," said Mr. Flaherty, Members of the Ulster Cabinet guarded. you." Yet Ches Searcy referred to Flaherty who dubbed hinj Knight, "that professional prejudice mon- were summoned to London by their In his own bailiwick, despite tho this cggregatlon of thugs as "L. & also cabled Madame Foch: "Marshal gers are distributing vicious litera- Premier, Sir James Craig, to con- support ot the United Unionists and N. shopmen." What a compliment Foch Is now a Knight of Columbus ture calculated to arouse tho violent sider proposals made by tho British Orangemen, Craig has to face the for honest workers in tho L. & N. by special vote of the Knights of passions of the ignorant. Wo havo Government In connection with tho growing discontent of tho Ulster shops! It Is said this crowd and Columbus Board of Directors.- - Amer seen this result in- the brutal killing Irish peace negotiations, and Sir busln'ess element which is restive similar crowds wore Imported from ica may kill your husband with or priests three such slaylngs hav- James was to confer further with under tho boycott and threatened the Stockyards at Chicago to battle kindness, but wo shall do our ut- ing taken place within tho last three Premier Lloyd George on Thursday destruction of tho export trade, and Interests for "reform and Quln, the Man." most to prcservo his health. Ho is months. All Americans must oppose afternoon. These developments, an- of the manufacturing Most of' these temporary guests of tho millionth KnHght of Columbus this evil movement, the shameless nounced officially, aro deemed to in- which are already losing large sums ours must havo motored hack homo and tho most Illustrious of all the exploltalng of the Ignorant for dicate an approaching cllnfax in the weekly. The latter are proving a :as many automobiles wero missing Knights of Columbus." profit by malicious bigots. The discussions of an Irish sottlemont. powerful Influenco for peace with Late In the day Marshal Foch Knights ot Columbus will fight not The situation is frankly admitted in which Carson and tho other modelection night, six being stolen irom visited tho Edward Hlnes, Jr., Gov- only projudlce against Catholics, but official .circles to have reached a erates may possibly overcome the Fourth avciiuo nlono. Hospital at Maywood against Americans of any religion critical stage. Success or failure ot prejudice ot the 500,000 OrangeStanding out in tho result of tho ernment election Tuesday is tho negro vote where he chatted with somo of tho or any race, and we Invito all who, the peace negotiations now rests men who comprise a tenth of the and tho 27,000 negroes, men and disabled soldiers and unveiled a por- with us, realize this menace to join with Ulster., in the opinion of Sinn total Irish population women, voted solidly for tho Repub- trait of the boy who died In tho us in tho fight." Intervleewd Monday night by UniFein delegates, who declare that lican ticket. The United States cen- war and for whom tho hospital was their proposals to the British Pre- versal Service, Sir James Oralg'tmld: sus shows that there are not that named. His reception was one of mier with respect to Ulster are lib- "I have spent a strenuous day in POPE IN TEARS. many negro men and women ot.vot- - the largest and most enthusiastic eral enough to allow of a settlement consultation with Unionist leaders . ing age in Louisville, but the events over witnessed in Chicago. preparing for a meeting ot the UlPope Benedict XV. wept on All If Ulster chooses. machine made up the difThe serious view taken in official ster Cabinet. The linos I havo Souls' day as he listened to the DEAD AT EL PASO. ference. It Is now conclusively setdesolation of the horrors in famine-swe- circles Jls said to be due to the stiff adopted will meet with tho unanitled beyond tho slightest doubt that contemplating attitude assumed by Sir James in mous approval of tho Ulster loyalTelegrams received here Thursday a new1 Russia. toHe isChristian world his conferences with Premier Lloyd ists, but the situation is so grave the nogro voter, man or woman, is appeal the not first a believer in good govern- morning brought sad news to the to sa'vo Russia from death. The George. He. is represented as sig- that I feel the responsibility should ment, hut first a supportor of tho parents and many frlend3 of Dr. C. Pontlft received In audience Dr. nifying that the proposed hoses of be shared by tho whole Cabinet." - "Republican ticket, right or wrong. Louis, Molr who died at El Paso. Frldtjof Nansen, head of the Tho Lord Mayor's banquet Wed settlement submitted by the British Leading colored men like, Cole, Texas, where he had been staUoned committee for the Russian Premier would In his opinion, seri- nesday .evening at Guild Hall as"War-leymen for some time. He was the son of Relief. Dr. Nansen had called to ously imperil Ulster's rights. Should sumed ' more than national ImporLovett and Porter, Dr. and Mrs. Charles Molr, and was thank the Pope for his gift of this attitude be uphold by the Ulster tance when Prime Minister David who tried to do something to the colored race, received noth- for eight years Assistant Suporln-Jenria- 1,000,000, lire to the Russian aid Cabinet and tho Government pro- Lloyd George, replying to the May of the City Hospital. The fund. During the course of the posals rejected, it la regarded' as or's toast to the Cabinet, declared ing but rebuffs and bruises for their pain . The Lincoln Independent remains will bo brought here but conversation Dr. Nansen described possible that Lloyd George will car- that there was a "better prospect of ticket, composed of representative the time ot the funeral has not yet for tho-- Pontiff some ot the scenes ry out his threat to tender hla res Great Britain's proposals to Ireland colored men, not only dldnt' appeal bpen cet. he had witnessed in the starvation ignation as Prime Minister. Everyr being heeded today and ot Ireland to the negro voters, but the candizones, and tho Pope could not keep thine consequently, ie thought to accepting the invitation to enter the QUEEN'S DAUGHTERS. hinge upon; TJiursday'a develop- British commonwealth as an equal dates were assaulted and battered back his fears. than for years, but that the conferfrom the outset. One would think ments!. proud Michael Collins and George Gavan ence was still in a critical stage. that the negroes would berunning to The Queen's Daughters are work-I- n RETREAT A SUCCESS. a energetically preparing for their Beyond this he carefully retrained see one. of their .number Duffy, members ot the Sinn. Fein newspaper, another at the head of a annaiil Christmas Shoppe", which will The trlduum or three day re delegation who have been. In Dublin from dlvluging the result or the lamk, another successful In business, be hold SiturdayJ Desemfber 3. The treat at Hoiy uross jshurcn, conduct- conferring with Eamonn de "Valera, possibilities ot the conferences Daughter now mwit on THPwday, ed by "the Rev. Father Leander, C. left tor London Sunday night, but which are now being held with thp frttt the opposite was proven. On election day the negro news- Wednesday, Thursday and Frdy of P., will close tomorrow. The at glna. F4r headquarters declared Irish representatives In Concluding paper oee was wrecked, the negrd each week in their room, 20 Repub- - tenuate has beea very gratifying to there eoukl h so developments oa he said: "feajklcottelat was assanlUd aad' ar j He building, where those who will Rev. Father H1H, the'paetdr. "I can not reveal any secrete ot their 4ri uaMl after the Britieh- and DEMOCRATIC BISHOP Searcy-Chilto- : - tSUlLTY !" - , Dem-ocra- ta self-defen- se be-Co- ro ng bid-Ue- out-of-to- one-tent- Searcy-Chilto- !;;:'' new-com- er us x , ?i - - ng -- Searcy-Chilto- - ol ben-ef- Kla-phek- e, . Searcy-Chilto- Bf-flng-er, Searcy-Chilto- goody-good- Wels-enbefg- sub-stati- on self-eviden-t," Hum-phroy- high-bro- w low-ib'row- n. ! an pt Inter-natipn- al , elo-va- te nt - ', 't .vW'j vj-- My A jGCEBisroCroHrsr xie&xjsxx A&aa&iizxcAjs. KENTUCKY IRISH, flMERMW. PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY. Cvetod "COMING J5VBNTS. 6 octal and supNovember per in St. Peter's school- - hall, Seventeenth and Garland avenue, afternoon, and evening. November 1C St. Denis church harvest festival and chicken supper at Shlvcly. 7 Turkey supper November and entertainment in St. William's Ha.H, Thirteenth and Oak. November 17 Social at St. Loo's Hall, Highland Park, lm the ovetatng. November 17 Turkey disposal by Trinity Council In hall, Baxter and Morton; evening oniy, .Turkey disposNovember 17-al by Columbia Athletic Club for ladles and gentlemen. November 18 Turkey disposal and entertainment at St. Charles and Chestnut, Hall, November 1320 Turkoy dispos al by Columbia Athletic Club, for gentlemen only. . November 21 Social by St. Paul's church, of Pleasure Rldgo, at St. Club. Helena's November 21 Thanksgiving social and dinner at St. Paul's Hall, 1024 South Jackson street, after noon and evening. Turkoy festival 2 November In 'St. Patrick's school hall, SlxteentH and Market November 2122 Benefit entertainment for St. Boniface church in parish hall, 625 Fehr avenue. November 22 Thanksgiving festival, St. Louis Bertrand's Building Fund, afternoon and evening, 16-11C-122 daughter, Miss Rosa Lee Gatterdam, to Alexander L. Bauer. The wedding will take place November Bit. Mrs. Miles Burns, who was visiting her mother, Mrs. Ellen Lyons and Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Gulllon, returned to Ravenna to spend a short time, and will return, to conclude ner visit. James S. Lutz, Highland Park, entertained at dinner Sunday, her guests being Mrs. E. M. Conner .and Miss Ada Bache, of Louisville, and Miss Camilla Dotert, of valley Station. jMrs. d athoHa sad Mot.l AIv.m8meat oi Itkh AmerfcxM Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernian. Young Mea'i Institute and Catholic Knight lot America. to lb SocW Western Kentucky Lump Mine Run Lump COAL (? $0.ld "7C 4D.dU CA Publishers KENTUCKY SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINOLE C0PY5C IRISH AMERICAN PRINT1NQ CO., IncotpwitJ. Second-Cla- Western Kentucky $C 7C Eastern Kentucky &H TERMS CASH; ftWra WRW ST. Vano mens 08 W.MARKET furnishings ST.S J EnUred at tb LoaUvllla PoitoWlc u MtUr. 319-32- M CiwmkiMH to KENTUCKY WISH AHMICAK, 1 Wsit Lttrty StrMt pi.lJ HELENA'S pr.rp LOTjlSVILLE, KY. ID3RALD lUWOn i rniiMffkhw SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1921 Mrs. 'Pauline Raines, who has been spending tho summer In Stanford and Covington, has returned to, spend the winter with her daughter, Brady, at Highland Mrs. Nolllo , Park. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Howard, 3033 South Fourth street, entertained at dinner Sunday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Pater Tegart and children, masters J.'aui ana inowara, ot bw Albany. Mr. and Mrs. James A BUSINESS SCHOOL That Trains YOU To Help Yourself Ice and Coal Co. Phones-Ci- ty Twenty-evonth- ? owes apology. Religious prejudlcro and a special attempt tct create feeling against those; ot Irieh Catholic ancestry was injected into the political campaign Just closed by the Trivial inciLouisville Herald. magnified by tho Herald dents were in a sneaky and cunning manner, tactics being used that paved the way for the coming of tho Torch, the Missouri A. P. A. sheet which n was distributed by the political machine. Tho Torch owes nothing to the people of Louisville, but tho Louisville Herald does, and an apology 6hould be forthcomand ing tp all citizens who make this tho city their home. Although, Herald Is owned and controlled by .Chicago residents. Its conduct of Louisville. Searcy-Chiltofair-mind- ed affec- ng ts-residents SHOULD TEACH LESSON. u 1- t . Tho enthusiastic welcome which Marshal Foch received on his arrival to our shores was in marked contrast to tho cool and perfunctory reception given to Admiral Beatty, England's foremost sea fighter. There la a lesson in this which the English propagandist should learn, namely, Jthat England will never bo popular with the good people of tho United States until sho reverses her policy In regard to those weaker peoples with whom sho is intimately associated. Hypocrisy does not pay in the long run. It breeds distrust, if not tho open hostility of men the world ovor, and the attitude of the people of New Yoric towards Admiral 'Beatty shows they have a keen sense of what is. due to a nation whoso practices aro diametrically the opposite of her professions. right-thinki- ng crown .forces, but pointed out the cost of renewed warfare and reluctance of tho country to incur greater taxation and ask more young men to risk their Uvea. He asserted the Government's resolvo to refuse concessions which would weaken tho empiro, but to explore all paths to an honorable peace, and emphasized the fact that any agreement muBt be ratified by Parliament. Tho True Volco believes that! the British Premier here stated the whole reason for the conference, Britain waa forced to It owing to the cost of the warfare la Ireland, and It is only the Tear of the cost of renewing that warfare that keeps the conference going. As for trust In British honesty in tho conference, wo might as well look for among thieves. Lloyd honesty George lsi a clever trickster and he hopes to save something by the conference. Ho will concede Just what he is forced to give and no more. In this case England's necessity Is surely Ireland's opportunity. And tho success of tho conference depends altogether on the depth of British necessity. PROGRESS BACKWARD. 1029 and 1040 South 342. Fourteenth and Orinsby. Ask our graduates. You will find them in the big business houses of the city. School is In progress. Students may enter any day. FALL TERM BEGINS SETEMBER 5 025 S. FOURTH AVE. ST. HELENA COMMERCIAL COLLEGE PHONE CITY C032 LOUISVILLE. KY. GOODIE CANDY CO. MANUFACTURERS ASK YOUR OROOER deBOTT'S ORIGINAL 21-2- nounce the engagement of their daughter, Miss R. Hlldegarde Guy, FINE CANDIES to Jacob U. Smith. The wedding will take place Thanksgiving day at Candy Pullings and Wheels a Specialty Holy Trinity church with nuptial 1930 J. Guy an- KREAM FRYDKAKES LOUISVILLE CREAM FRIED CAKE CO., Incorporated bass. West Market Street tasat for Phone Shawnee 2347 SHINGLES FLOORING IHere is an example: of making progress backward. The Catholic Sun learns from the official organ of tho Junior Order of American Mechanics that in Kentucky the number of councils instituted was twelve, while the number suspended was thirteen. Tho number of candidates Initiated during tho term " 'Jesus, mercy! Mary, help!' Often this November was 2, Gil, while tho suspensions Pray for us this little prayer totaled 3,457. A case of you can't iSay you will 'Remember!'" i9ve Maria. fool all the people all tho time. In North Carolina, another stronghold, initiations during the year numbered 3,181, whllo the suspensions 1 totaled 6,772'. with a masked party, those present being' Misses Marguerlto Howard, Delphlne Hawkins, Mary C. Orender, Leona Baas, Mary Catherine HalL Messrs. Richard Hamilton, 3 Bazaar and so- Robert Evans, William Reed, Earl Novomber cial for St. Philip Neri's church In Hamilton, Baas, William John and Whale, James Saunders. VVIndthorst Hall, afternoon evening. Miss Helen Droppelman entertainNovember 24 Social afternoon t, and evening, Young Ladles of St. ed with a theater party at the In honor of Miss Francell MarAnn'e church, Seventh and Davies. quette, New Orleans. Her guests included Misses Francell Marquette, "REMEMBER," Mao Hofellch, Leila Hoskins, 'Lor-otta Goose, Katherlne Norton, Lilmonth, Dull and dark and dreary lian Droppelman, Nellie Goose, Elsie Sad month of Novemher, Norton. Angela Droppelman and Ever says one single word, Gertrudo Goose, and Messrs. Philip Just one word "Remember." McDonald, IRay Wilson, Pierre Mar quette, New Orleans; John Colgate, Holy souls now pass away, Warren McGinn, Herbert Stevens, Children, Donald Davidson, Ed Straub, Sal rayou pray Look to you and bid ti ore Caplani, Abe Steinberg and For these souls departed. Russell White. Holy, suffering, patient souls! PRANK A. GEHER. Oh, how they are" longing . For their home, whore Jesus dwells, Louisville lost another of its Where the saints are thronging! foremost and most highly respected citizens when Prank A. Geher, Listen to them, little ones two years old, passed to hfs To their gentle pleading: eternal Teward Wednesday night at "You can help us, children dear; We, your prayers aro needing. Ber-trand Rau-tcnlbus- h; 22-'2- Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Howard entertained a tew of the younger set It roar hoys aa taacatto11I prcpars tit will M to M St. Xavler's XU TT. College a. aroadw7i IVomlsrUI, Xj. Conducted by the Xaverlan Brother. Cl&ulcal, Scltntirio and Builness Course. Preparatory Department, Lax Swlmmlnr Pool, well Equipped Gymnasium. Terms moderate. Bro. Benjamin, Dlr. 4vccho4nu Sreoklmrlaffei Brush Tars an ffwltak, . STURDIVANT & SON Shu-ber- TINNERS ROOFING, tender-hearted- 1, sixty-- SOCIETY. ... "WITHOUT PUBLIC SUPPORT. "When wo read of tho great difficulties In the way of enforcing pro- AUTUMN SEASON. AAtAkkAkMk Miss Mary TJmoney, ot iDanville, is the guest of Miss Durrett Oglesby at St. Joseph's Infirmary. That he had Prestonla. been ill for the past two months Miss Estello Welch spent the week was not generally known, and news end with her aunt, Mrs. N. P. Fox, ot his death came as a shock to the entire city. A native of Louisville, at Bit. Washington. Frank Geher was educated at St. Mrs. Alicd Beck, ot Lynnhurst, Boniface's parochial school and St. In early life he was the guest Monday of Mrs. J. Xavler's College. TRIBUTE TO K. OP C. engaged in the stove and household Ford, ot ;rhird street. furnishings business. Ho was one Under the heading of "Casey at Highland of tlho .founders of St. Lawrence Miss Anna O'Connell, Bat,"-- Editor Brisbane, of the the Institute for working boys: Past Now York American, pays the fol Park, has returned from a visit to Grand Knight of the Louisville relatives at Frankfort. lowing tribute to the Knights "of Knights of Columhus; member of Miss Kathleen. Dant has roturned the Board ot Directors of St. Jo Columbus: Tho American congratulates tho from a ylslt with Mr. and Mm. C. seph's Orphan Afeylum, and a mem ber of the Louisville T3oard of Knights of Columbus upon the work V. Bowling at New Hope. Trade, Louisville Automobile Club, done by the order during the past Mrs. L. G. Scanlan, Oakdale, baa Market Street Merchants' Associattwelve months. For once figures THAT LARGE VOTE. lntorsting. Hero la the record: returned .from, a visit with Mrs. ion, and other civic bodies. Under tho Buschemeyer administration, During the year the Knights have Qaines near Bowling Green. The vote on the resolution of cenMr. Geher served on the Sinking expended $3,5i29,424 on welfare acMiss Mary' Joe MdGee spent tho Fund Commission. He is survived sure was a great triumph for Lloyd tivities. Of this sum $3,341,479 visiting MJsa Mary Cath by a sister, Miss Magdalene Geher, George at least that is how tho was spent for education of war vet- week-en- d with whom he resided ait 1057 Cher newspapers regard it. In reality,- erans In 1 30 trade schools conducted erine Sharfenberger in Beechmont. okee! road. His funeral was held however, tho vote was a distinct tri- In 1125 cities, and on free college Mrs. this morning from St. Boniface courses for more than 400 veterans merly ofMargaret Constantino, for church, umph for Sinn Fein, for it shows, in Yale, Georgetown Jeffersonvllle, has .arrived of which he had' been a and other collifelong faithful and devout memas nothing else could, how helpless leges. For hospital service the from Brooklyn to visit friends. PJ3WEK VALLEY. ber. By his passing the community England really feels in faco of the Knights spent $202,583 ini fifty hos MIse Rose Burkley, of tho High suffers a distinct loss. fLast Sunday was a red letter day menace of war in Ireland- - No pitals, on employment bureaus the lands, was tho recent guest for Rev. Edward Boes, tho pastor, "Casey" of Miss Louise Schuhmann, Meadow-brookamount of bluster cam alter the Knights spent $17J,596. JOHN W. GRAY. and the Catholics of Pewee Valley has educated 200,000 Funeral Directors fact that the majority members of found Johs for 350,000 war veterans, glorious had and provided .years old, and vicinity, who golden ajubilee of John Wv Gray, sixty-si-x Beading Braiding celebration of the s all parties in the Jlouse found it hospital welfare service for 30,000. Mrs. J. O'Brien and Master retired contractor, early Beaked Bags Repaired expedient to support thd Premier's The ''overhead" cost of this service Francis O'Connor, ot Chicago, were nesday morning at died home, Wed- St, Aloyslus church. The pretty Embalmers. L830 stone his church was filled to overflowof one per efforts for peace a thing they was less than Rnssell Service Shoppe street. Ho is survived Telephone 022 cent It would be hard to speak the guests the past week of Mrs. W. West Hillsisters, Misses Mary, Flor- ing and many clergy were present by threo Hetfornan, would not have done If they felt too admiringly of such a magnificent to assist Father Boes. occa307-- 8 Boston Building The ence and Elizabeth Gray, and four c that war could be carried on to a record. Plenty of tho noisiest 100 sion was one that vrA be lon and OOO EC. Misa tKatherlne Kearne, of Leb- brothers, George, Arthur, Parker rlcasant'y remembered. Jfollle Russell, Manager. successful finish. This. Is the true per cent, patriots, who shouted and anon, is visiting her. sister, Mrs. and W. C. Gray. Funeral services Home Shaw. 105 lesson of tho vote" that virtually cavorted while urging the soldiers to Edward iBuchart, and Mr. Buchart wero held yesterday morning at the Cumb. West 295 TID3Y ARE BUSY. gives: Lloyd George a free hand In go ahead and earn tha nation's un- on Napoleon) Boulevard. residence. 'He was well known and dying gratitude, have ceased to have held In high esteem by Protectants the negotiations'. any interest In the boys now. But Father Maurice and Father BeneMiss Mabel Reagan and Herman and Catholics1 alike, and was a gen- dict C. P., ot the Sacred Heart "Casey" has gono right ahead aiding Reagan, Lexington, were the week- erous1 donor to all worthy charities. the well lads, succoring the needy FLORIST aro in Roanoke, where they ENGLAND'S NECESSITY. lads, finding work for the Jobless end guests ot Mrs. W. B. Adams at are conducting a mission PRETTY WEDDING. her home on Grand avenue. lads and tenderly and beautifully at St. Andrew's church, closing on Cut Flowers, Designs, Plants The British House of Commons, caring for tho sick and maimed lads, .1 NORTON BUILDING George Gatteror aad Miss Mary November 20. and Greenwood, MdGill and Mr. and Mrs. Mulr by a vote of 439 to 43, refused to again we congratulate tho Knights Father Raphael, C. V.( and Father Biggs were married! Wednesday N. W. Comer Fourth and Jefferson censure the Government for initiat- of Columbus. To us this record thoy daughters, Rosalind and Catherine, morning at Holy Trinity church, Henry, c. p., are in Eelvlaere, III., were recent Sunday guests ing and carrying on the Irish nego- have made seems to be compounded and Mrs. Joseph JJeam at "of Mr. New1 Albany, tho ceremony being where they aTO glvinga mission at Bards-of true spirit of Chrisperformed by the associate rector, St. James' dhurcb. Father Alexan GAS FITTING AND SEWERAGE tiations. Practically the void is a equally and the true spirit of patrioti- town. tianity the der, C. P., has gone to .Wilmington, the Rev. Charles Walsh, In tho mandate from the Commons to pro- sm'. 111., to conduct the special services START SHE THIS UIKTH WITH THE of w large number of friends. lLouisvllle people seen in New ROBERT E. SCHULER ceed with tho negotiations. Lloyd York City the past week were L. C. Theyi were attended by Miss Angela for" a few days' retreat at St. Rose George, whllo defending his course PARENTAL MISTAKES. PLUMBING Bplllman, H. Feller, A; I. Strauss, R. Biggs, sister of the bride, and Clem- church. Louisville Bank with his usual vigor, gave no inforF. Daniels, R. T Harris and M. M. ents Gatterer, brother of the groom. An exceedingly large number of Mountjoy. NEW ALBANY. Repair Work Promptly, Atteaded T A reception took place- at tho home mation as to what has been decided Fourth ami Central Avchbs our boys and girls are going to ruin of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. at the conference or is being 1009 MARY STREET The newlv furnished and decorat Mr. and Mrs. I. O. Whelan. have Clell Biggs, 1711 Eat regarding Ireland's claim to because of parental neglect and In .returned from Indianapolis, where Mr. and Mrs. Gatterer Spring street. ed women's club house of the Cath Phone City 5708 departed for difference. The great trouble Is independence and) the rumored atolic Community Center, New Althey were called 'on account of the Evansville, where they will reside. that the average parent, either bany, was opened formally at a re tempts to arrange concessions from through Homo Phono City 3820 weakness, mistaken kind- death of Mrs. wnelan's mother, Mrs. ception at 8 o'clock Wednesday, TREATY IN EFFECT. FOR ALL PURPOBMS UtaUr for a United Ireland. Much ness or a disinclination to take night. Mrs. George Moser was Most Attractive Restaurant Near of his. speech waa devoted to hold from his own leisure the time The Treaty of Peace between Chairman of the Reception Commit" KeBtackr Ooiwmmnrg Oil Ooapusy Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reagan, Pe--w Union Station. ing before the Commons the' pros- necessary to discipline hid children, SCeatacky Valley, left laat week for Flor- Austria, and the United State be- tee, and other members were J. LoalsTiUe -pect of a renewal of guerrilla Jt auempis 10 pass xnis oaugauon on ida with Mrs. Reagan's p&reats, Mr. came effective Tuesday with the ex- Claude Bird, G. E, Weinmann, Mary G. E. Misses Geo. Waidlein the conference fcroke down. to others. He look to the school and 9Ats. John Coleman, and Mies change of ratifications by the two Hess end Gobmann, Giles, and Kistler, THIRTEEN THOUSAND. Nettie governments betweea Austrian Amelia teachers and other public directors Mary Klleoi Coleman. ' H declared tfee first thing the ( Delicious Pastries a Specialty. Chancellor and Arthur Ma4al Terstegge, Reta Loeech and .Sehober qf Juvenile, activities to do that American soldiers in Germany would have te do would be which Mm he 'dose properly esly by A musical programme Mrs. Catherine Gfttterdam an- Hugh Kraz'er. American Comrals-- Kate 017 Wost Broadway, LeHisvilla was presented during the eveslng. now number 13,500. to artc tfcs. Hom 1 etreagtheo ih hlRMMlf. bohbms the engagmet ot her ieaer in ytaaaa. , . -- hibition and the consequent lax enwe forcement or aro tempted to ask why theko difficulties wero not foreseen by our lawmakers who gave us prohibition. There is little doubt that, at this stage, prohibition is practically a dead letter In nearly every section of the country. The reason is that the profits from the illicit liquor traffic are so great that thousands have turned to it as a moans of making a living and even, growing rich. Efforts at enforcement are Inadequate to meet the situation. The great difficulty In the way of enforcement which Jg seldom mentioned is that the law has .not thd support of public opinion. Without! public approval to sustain It, there1 can "bo no proper enforcement of any law. That is what Is wrong with prohibition in most places. Thus far wo have enjoyed a most beautiful autumn season. The glor ious sunshine, the mild temperature and balmy breezes almost compel one to take a walk or drive on the public highways and view the parks and woodlands in all their gorgeous-nos- s. Nature Indeed Is now arrayed in all her beauty, and seems to speak to us in all her moods and fancies. In her fall lesson let us learn the real worth of a well spent life. Tho glories of maturity, that has ibeen seasoned with! charity, sympathy and good deeds, will secure for us the glory of eternal life. -- ...... ...... .. ..... I A SEVEN Logan Johnson, who was tho guest James MoClaskey spent a week's vacation with his parents at Boston. Miss Betty; McKenna, of Fairfield, was a visitor hero last week. ot his son, Hugh Johnson, and Mrs. Johnson, has returned to his home at Nelsonvllle. be-co- - Thus Rev. Garrett Plerse boldly asserts thait "tho monopoly of goods or unrestricted capitalism." Is one of the threo great monopolies of Homo Phono City 1843 507 WE8T BROADWAY history, the others being the "mo nopoly of women or polygamy," and the "monopoly of government or ty DAVIS & GREENUP ranny." All of them:, traceable to DRUGS tho selfish element, the animal in man, "are illustrated in the hog EVERYTHING THAT A FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE SHOULD CARRY with its feet In the trough," as Rev. IN STOCK FRESORnTTIONS A SPECIALTY Plerse puts it. S. W. CORNER EIGHTEENTH AND MADISON STREETS "Christ," ho continues, "expressly supplied the remedy for one abuse; Home Phone, Shawnee 550 He suggested a Temedy for the second. iHls principles and he reason He has given us point to a similar COAL & ICE CO. remedy for the third similar abuse. Manufacturers of is not Socialism, which would It mean to remedy an abuse by a simCONCRETE COLUMNS AND FLOWER VASES ilar abuse; it would be glorified bureaucracy with very human and FACTORY AND COAL YARD: SEVENTH AND BERRY BOULEVARD frail ofiTcIals. It Is rather a dis PHONES Parkway 4ff5; South 1437-tributing of the earth's goods, not by a mere limited DOLL HOSPITAL Broken Dolls or but by a full proporty-sharlnpartnership, which vould give capJOHN RE00IUS' SONS ital Its moderate due and would give all workers, mental and manRUBBER TJRES PUT ON DOLL BUGGD3S AND HUSH! ual, tho returns: that aro the proportionate fruit of their labors." MAILS FULL LINE OF TOYS, NOVELTIES, ETC. Educated public opinion will unCITY 9206 doubtedly recognize the reasonable- 217 WEST MARKET STREET ness of this division. "It discountenances Mormanism and sots 'the Mormon apart," says tho May ECKERLE DRUG COMPANY nooth Father, "but it has not yet EVERYTHING OUT RATE ALL THE TIME reprobated Mormonism! in earthly goods, nor has it yet pilloried the FLOYD AND MARKET LouisvBme, ky. millionaire." Both Phone "Yet the latter has," asi Rev. Plerse quite correctly contends, "by Shawnee 1175 J. W. BUCHANAN. Manager West 1175 unduly absorbing the earth's goods Retail Yards inevitably lowered1 the standard of life and comfort of other men." InCLAY COUNTY COAL COMPANY stead of the thrpo great abuses of Incorporated history, monopoly in women, in gov- EASTERN KENTUCKY BLUE GEM ernment, in goods, tho Irish theo FAMOUS HORSE CREEK COAL logian hopes t6 seo the world gradually recognizing tho three great Yards: 20th and Cleveland Ave. Mines: Ilima. Clav Cnnntv. laws, the law of partnership in mar ried life, tho law of partnership in government, and the law of partner ship In property. "This will help," he says, "to eliminate tho present Blavea, For we have not yet abol 2500 GRIFFITHS AVENUE WE DELIVER ished slavery, only the name. We BOTH PHONES have salved our consciences by hypocritically changing names, from 'slave' to 'serf,' from 'serf to em Phone, City 4300 'servant.' And the 'servant' is with JOHN B. RATTERMAN Comb. Phone, Main 8580-us still. Yet there was and is One who did not call his helpers servants, but friends." Joseph Hubbuch Sr. & Son FUNERAL DIRECTOR "These statements'," comments Social Justice published by the Dealers in Central Bureau ot the Central 2114 WEST MARKET STREET Vereln, "seem radical, but it is only WALL PAPER AND BUGS by such Christian radicalism, that Phpnes Shawnee 1243. Cumberland FALLS CITY HALL BLDG., wo ,may hope to save society." West H79. 11M-11WEST MARKET ST. GUTTERING AND SPOUTING ROOFS REPAHtED AND PAINTED FURNACES REPAIRED ESTIMATES , The Irish Theological Quarterly, CHEERFULLY GIVEN edited by men In tho faculty of 800 WEST BROADWAY PHONE CITY 2584 theology of St. Patrick's College, Maynooth, amrays contains some HOME MADE PIES, CAKES, BREAD AND PASTRY clever and courageous remarks on great social question, of today, the BAKE DAIIX" TIHIEE GREAT LAWS. KORTZ'S BAKERY ENTERPRISE M profit-sharin- g, g, Repaired tt. Groceries, Fresh Meats and Vegetables SCHULMAN'S GROCERY A M all-nig- ht H.BOSSESON and . Hemstitching BuKohs Pleating one-ha- lf BROADWA SIMON PONTRICfl FRED ERHART ARCHITECT Re-tTe- at, two-wee- ks Twenty-eighl- h Weekly Savings. Club pres-onc- e South - dis-cuoee-d Oil and Grease -- Bla-ndtor- - war-,far- Restaurant Gov-erame- at iSchn-eil- . 'f ? f ifi .i yJi'A. f. f? f f? (I WW "IMiLPi H JKTlp '"V ' EtoBisatJCXKir iieiix LdnBiioa, AIMV IV TWE pinging Up .J3U-- NOW TCutu -- - A T&SK Aw - TMRaw AiMV I Viu&r'S up - Yq WHAT Pip Va A " N ICkEL VT Look !" Find emily--- Laying A 1 Willie. A it Right was p I ( J ( X- TO ,v DRINKING r ( here r . Vv it "- vjr f 1 RitV Nvwuiki' liiivti MOWAPAY5- A N,CkEt ? "THEM --r- ': X- - 4.4 SksBBPT'k Jic 735 E. BROADWAY. C. -- lTSii MASON" GOSS HOME PHONE CITY 2528 LOUISVILLE, ICY. FOUNTAIN. A. drinking fountain is a place For a human being to put hls face; That he could drink and be Content Knowing no germs are on mischief bent. When you have bottles to sell see us. When you want to buy bottles we have a large stock of all kinds. BOTTLES 020-02- City 8714 F. W AliWES & SON 8 J. KEMPER S IN SEASON ctty-jsm SOFT DRINK HOT AND COLD LUNOH SPECIAL HOT ROAST 641 WEST MARKET STREET But the fountain is often abused When as a cuspidor it Is used; By those who do not think When they go to get a drink. If tobacco you must 'use The floor and fountain B. C, BECKMANN Elected Representative Fifty-thir- d BOUQUET TO MARSIL1L. One do Fchr Avenue - EXPERT CLEANING, PRESSING AND ALTERING- H. not LEVY CITY 994 OYSTERS BEEP SANDWICHES phone hundred thousand children attending the parochial schools of OGLE COMPANY New York qro uniting In offering a spiritual bouquet to Marshal Foch. Incorporated LOUISVnJiE, KY. The Catholic children of Europe SEVENTn AND JEFFERSON gave a similar bouquet to the illustrious French commander, who exEast 9153 pressed satisfaction at tho practice. AlChland 841 Each chciid has been asked to offer WHEN IN THE HIGHLANDS STOP AT up attendance at two Sunday masses, ten rosaries, one holy com. munion, twenty aspirations', forty memorares to be completed within . AND DRINK TO EVERYTHING thirty days. GEO. J. ROMISER, Prop. BAXTER AND BRECKINRIDGE Authorized dealers for The Tables, Bowling Alloys, Supplies and Accessories. display. Sold on the Club Flan easy payments. . Brunswick-Balke-Collend- er POCKET BILLARD TABLES Sample abuse; Prove to others you are a man By throwing your quid In tho bage can. Xou would vr WILLIAM A. PERRY Elected Senator fhirty-sixth MERCHANT TAILOR Maker of High Class Ladies' and Gentlemen's Garments at Moderate Price 402 EAST BROADWAY, AT PRESTON gar- District. line of tables on JOHN "ROMIES" EAT A. L GUNN 0 BAKER AND CONFECTIONER ICE 1305 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET REAM HOME PHONE, CITY 0874 Incorporated PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS AVENUE, TAYLOR AND BERRY BOULEVARDS 8104 FOURTH Your Patronage, Largo or Small, Always Appreciated PARK 262 PARK BOO OAKDALE DRUG COMPANY PHONES C. Shawnee 800 Phone Your Wants To r West 9200 ARTHUR N. E. COR. HIGHEST QUALITY TWENTY-SLXTH WOERTZ AND MARKET OUT RATE DRUGGIST STREETS LOWEST PRICES Washington the Knights of Co- 440 SOUTH FDTTH STREET PHONE CITY 8252 lumbus have been Informed that BECAUSE OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS FRESH AND COMPLETE seven members cf the organization will bo decorated iby Gen. Jacqued ANTHONY J. MeGUIRB, on hi3 return to Now York, In recPast President of Mackin Council. ognition of tho part played by the CHAS. MERIWETHER K. of C. in war welfare and recon DESIGNER AND BUILDER struction work. Tho decorations will be conferred by Gen. Jacques in the name of King Albert at a public demonstration in tho New York 308 STARKS BUILDING Belgian Bureau. , Main 345 TELEPHONES City 9196 FORTY HOURS. WELFARE LEAGUE. Gay Leber Chas. Leber The Rev. Father Martini O'Connor Tho Welfare League campaign, open the Forty Hours' Devowill November 15 to 22, is held to raise tion at the Church of Our Lady, tho funds to carry on the work of INTERIOR DECORATORS Thirty-fift- h and Rudd, at the high; the thirty charitable "and philan- 800 NORTON BUILDING mass tomorrow morning, with proHOME PHONE, CITY 2709 thropic institutions and societies cession and exposition. The cervices LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY which mako up the Welfare League. will continue until Tuesday. All The helpless, tho unfortunate, and are' expected to attend these devotho needy of Louisville aro helped tions, which will provo most bene-nclH. TULLY by these organizatlona All charFather O'Connor will be asitable people should in sisted by a number of visiting FOURTH AND AVERY STREETS this home welfare movement. A priests. gift here Is a gift for all. SOFT DRINK STAND ALSO HOT AND COLD LUNCH MEET IN BERTRAND ILLL. THE BEST IN THE CITY ANNUAL CARD PARTY. CITY 3328 XROP IN AND GET ACQUAINTED TODAY Dlvlnlnn 4. 'A. O. .TT.. trill fcnJrl Ua The Auxiliary of the Good Shepnext meeting Monday evening in herds, which has a card party every Dertrand Hall, repairs and Improveyear to raise funds to purchase coal ments having been completed, and 0. K. METAL WORKS and needed supplies for the instituPresident Jos. D. Hennessv and tho Incorporated during the wflnter, will hold tion other officers are making special efthis annual affair on Monday at the GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES AND SKYLIGHTS forts to have a largo attendance. Wattorsm Hotel at 3 p. m. Mrs. During .the past three months the TIN, SLATE AND TILE ROOFING Thompson Is heading tho committee DR. LOUIS MOIR REPAH1ING OF ALL KINDS division has been holding Its 642 EAST ST. CATHERINE ST. in Holy Rosary Academy Hall. Who served through the World War In charge of the affair and Mrs. P. CITY 1705 H. Callahan Is president of the and died in Texas. Auxiliary. NAMES ARCHBISHOP HANNA. In home For you know your mind would begin to roam; They would bound a club on your bean Which would cure your habit for nicotine. not pull this stunt at AMERICANS TO BE DECORATED. Through tho Belgian Consulate in New York and tho Belgian Embassy THERE IS A DISTINCT ADVANTAGE LN GETTING ANYTHING YOU MAY NEED IN THE SMOKE LINE AT THE FIFTH AVENUE CIGAR STORE J. ARTISTIC HOMES LEBER BROTHERS al. rate SHEET ses-slon- s Soft Drinks and Hot Lunch. The Best in the City 2106 PORTLAND AVE. D'op in and Get Acquainted Phone Shawnee 1416 JAJMra REARDON Al03t Rev. Archbishop Hanna is one of three members of a new board to adjust wages in the building trades industry in San Francisco, created on appeal of members and officers of the Builders' Exchange and. representatives of labor. TURKEYS GALORE. RATTERMAN IS PRESIDENT. NATIONAL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION CO. Incorporated jR'H ' IsBSBSBBBSBSBSBSEHsSBsK sssssssssbwK' ; 'bsssbsbsbsbsbsbbbsb! VBHBlBssSSSSSSsHi ' HHslslslslslslslslsllsIB 99HHHtsBBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBsH ssslslilllllHfcW H9HHpK"JK JZb.Z1bsbsbsbsbsbsbsbsbsbsbsbs! Hotel. Other officers elected were Clarence Pearson, Vice President, and Henry Bosse, Secretary and Treasurer. DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. at their annual banquet at the Tyler J. B. Ratterman, funeral director, was elected President of the Falls City Funeral Directors of Kentucky GENERAL CONTRACTORS 54-8- 0 BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING LOUISVBuLB, KT. J. B. Ohligschlager, President A. J. Ohligjchlogcr, Secretary HOME PHONE, CITY 1529 PHONES: Cumb., South 1881 and 0211 Home, City 1881 and 1882 FOURTH AND HILL STREETS by tho ladies of the Sanctuary Guild bfrtvtef Md MMratl Malt SstatHlciKf TrttM of St. Charles church for tTinir Practice limited to diagnosing S?!!5 Dr. Uriah Z. Litsiy and correcting defects of Eyesight Thanksgiving festival, to.be .held on tw& Friday, November 18, in St. Charles by the fitting of proper glasses. Ckirapodlat Hall, Twenty-sevent- h and Chestnut They will have turkeys in abund- 507 SUITE 310 STARKS BLDG. WM&& iajsjs uuce moro man enougn ror all. Wi8&2 '4WBBB1 Starka Evorybody will be welcome. BailtlBt Third Floor, RfitfKZu fTW Both Fhoses COR. FOURTn AND WILL BEGIN WORK. WALNUT STREETS Wotk will soon commincn nn iha Home Phone, City 1180 R. A. Arcndiocensan major seminary, to HOURS 9 A. M. TO 6 P.M. OR bo built on twelve squares of ground DRUGS In the beautiful uptqwn section of BY APPOINTMENT' "ow vrjeuas, Known as uarrouton. Proscriptions Our Specialty The Initial structure will cost $500,-00- 0 SHORT ORDERS OYSTERS "ASK YOUR DOCTOR" or more. Col. Allison Owen, a CORNSJ3UNIONS DR. JOHN P. BECKER OPTOMETRIST Preparations have been completed AL STEBLER, Prop. CAFE JOHN B. WATHEN BURNITURII SSBSBSSSHK i '. V i ' ''' , sph& ilsBSBSBSBSBSBSBSD ssIbssIbSS9III!Bbu Hl HmeSHB&I '?v 'ValllllllllllH 'Louisville Circle, Daughters of regular Isabella, will hold their meeting next Tuesday night a'. Knights of Columbus Hall, when all members aro urged to be prs3ent. At their last meeting they nominated officers for next year and endorsed the school bond issue semi-monthly INTERURBAN PACKDia (80 South Twenty-Slrt- MOVINa ARD ii Shawnee 1986 Waat 1084 LONG DISTANOH HAULDV K. A. XrapD m. .317 West Liberty Binr, Home Phone, City mi.. B. Xrspp 700S l...llllllllllllllllllllHlilllllBlv.illllllllllllllllllllH SSSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBHssBSBSsVWSBlBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBi SSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSsVliSSBKalJiSSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBH Fihe's Pharmacy HART'S LUNOH ROOM AND CHILE PARLOR 075 SOUTH SECTH STREET Twenty Steps from Broadway distinguished military leader and a prominent Catholic layman, Is the architect for the seminary. QUACK OFFER. ALBERT NISBET Elected Magistrate Eighth District. District. Next To St. William's church at ThirInterurban teenth and Oak streets, will be renovated and beautified, tho frescojng Station of the avails having started last week. Fateher TImoney, the pastor, expects to havo the work fin Home Phone, Parkway 50 Cumb. Phone, South 923B-- J ished by Christmas. -- ST. WDLLIAM'S. KRAPP'S MEAT MARKET Wholesale and Retail vmax, juts AU Xtads of Rmokea Ki.t. X01 EA8T JRFFBRSON 8TREHT resr, H. A. DOLL CONCRETE BISHOP HARTY. ' Both Phones 2406 REUTLINGER & CO. Reatliager FIRS INSURANCE Adolpb. TORNADO, LIABILITY AND PLATS) GLASS 18 BOOTH THIRD STRHET EDW. HART, Prop.' Wihen we hear men, w!hi think FINE PIES AND GOOD COFFEE they are 6odal reformers, attack the Catholic Church we know they havo Phone City 5077 Most Rev. J. J. Harty Bishop of the Diocese of Omaha, born in St. TAYLOR AND BERRY BLVDS. years ago, had a TELEPHONE YOUR DRUO WANTS Louis sixty-eig- ht PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST FRED WARNS, JR. WORK CONTRACTOR AND BUTLDBR 621-62- 3 BAXTER AVENUE Either Phcna F. F. Valinoti Electric Co. "Wo Use tho Golden Rale" ' Some Phone, City 7804 Cnmb. Phone, Weat 412-- W Frank Harlman & Sons HOUSE PAINTERS , nothing to offer as a remedy for the Ills of the wprld, but Gam now variety of quack medicine. Thar la not a question of right and wrong in the world wlhldh does not find full and complete answer In Catholic theology. quiet celebration of hla birthday He was the recipient ot many telegrams and messages conveying congratulations and expres-sionsbf good will. BETTER SHOES FOR LESS MONEY tQff AND DECORATORS 1800 WHST MARKET STREET Realdeaea Phone Shawnee 122-- J ISBSv'tSSsVSSSSSSSSH Wx BSBSBsi Tins SUrRESIE tlh-n- t TEST. Every Business Has Something Extra . To Otfer Its Customers S. AT 819 X.TJBBSXS BAST BUOADWAY, HAS WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR WHOLE WHEAT BREAD The Best 36o onfl 40o COFFEB aa4 Owa Make Feaaat Butter East 2075 PHONBS City 1M1 0r Rev. Father Fealy, Chaplain at Fort Meyer, Washington, is authority for the statement fnHv rmo Mark Sales, Pres. J. a. Jaooes, Sec. and Treas. third of all tho interments at the xsanionai tiemetery of the dead broueht from TVanfJL vnm L. GRAUMAN & CO. been Catholllo boys who gave their Incorporated Sealers la All Xlads of Office sad lives for their country. That bucW Store rtxtnres, Safes, Cash Xeris- ters, Shew Oases, Coasters, Bhelvlar, Bto. 610 WBST KAIK STXHET Home Fhone, City 18SS a jarga percentage of bravo Catholio boyg measured up to this test la the best refutation, of ihn vtimni- - THOS. J. DOLAN Elected Constable Eighth District. ators and slanderers, who call' in question the Americanism of Cath-olkLOUIgVILLS CBRBAL MILL CO. Father Fealy will be rememIncorporated bered as head of tflA P.hanlaln'a Hera Perfecto EuHera Cigar, Training School at Camp Taylor. Manufacturers of the Celebrated scureer'B smokers Brand JEWEL BntTHDAY CARDS. (UNION MADE) , e. WsSBSB)ylsslslslSIslslslsr iSSBSBBBSBSBSBSBiSSBV .ssftk. ssHslkW NONB8UOn KeaL , OrKa, Hesatay, Cora flew, Dk-yBeg aad Pealtry Feeds JLOYD AKD BLOOM BTRBBT3 Home Phone, City 6041 3M9;Stli 12SS SCHROER BROS. orwiay cam, wstn a speeM design for each month. Them a.m (Uiramnt MannfactHrers of FINK CIGARS and datety and afecwid prove quite 641 HAST J8FFJER80N 8TRSST popular. ipany te now offering The Romm Chiwv.h a nnnAa rvim- - mew Jeweled Out of the High Rent District The women of the New Albany EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. Catholic Community Center gave a very successful and. interesting book upen evenings until xvino U'cioce shower Wednesday evening at tine UPHOLSTERING, club (bJoniso, Kaisrt, Mam street, for JNO. P. MORTON & CO. CARL STOLL, the benefit ot tie library. IMany INCORPORATED valuable volumes were placed on Window Shades, Curtain Hangers, the shelvesu Cleaning OH Shades. BeUbltohed 18S6 LoafsrlUa, Ky Office and Works OFFICH 0UTFITTKB6 NAVAL POWER. 240 E. St. Catherine. Phono 0501 8TATIONBRS PRXNTBUl Great Britain has the largest navy 8EH POOLEY FOR MONMY. in the world, Tanking 40 per cent, larger than that ot tho United HAKIBLY BROS, SHOE STORES Loans te those having regular States All Kinds of Footwear For the or salary, with no publicity x red tape. Loans to housekeepers Whole Family AVOIDING SUSPICION. the-is personal seearity. Two HAMBLrS Stores T. B. POOLKY, "Why do you always stand out by 30th and Portland Shaw. 1716 your front gate when your wife 18th and Magazine City 7 J 64 Sana 1, CourJer-JosraBuilding, sings?" 41S S. Fourth Street. my, "Oh, I Just wish to be where Home Phone, Shawnee 803 neighbors' cam see me, ao there will not be any mkapprehenfljotn as to C. A. KOERNER & CO. HENRY GOSS what' bappenieg in my house." GENERAL CONTRACTORS ROOFING, GUTtXRING, SPOUTING es BOOK SHOWER. SPALDING SHOE CO. 913 WEST MARKET STREET City 4782 INDUSTRIAL LianT AND POWER INSTALLATIONS, RESIDENCE WHUNQ, FIXTURES, LAMPS AND REPAHtS r al ' SMALL GUARD. CHAS. W. MILLIKEN Led the Democratic Ticket. StaUM Tbe National Guard ot the United 124,000 men, now numb Kte Roofs Repaired and Fainted Atb"U PhlniflM ' Seeeclalty OFFTOB AND YARD: FLOYD AND BURNBTT STUBS?! t Mil VHT BROADWAY ' L0UI8VILLB, KY. ' y' Si 4fiiU- jKDEMarareroscrsr jobexmxx. .. tfid0N W6WANTY0URW0RK We're Prepared to Do It Promptly s Style. and in First-Clas- Splinters pEopLE W& WALNUT Splintery THEATER HOME OF HIGH CLASS PICTURES AND O&ftunc SriYiatoKm HERMAN STRAUS 4 SONS I I Pon't Cape Tf MATE. "TO PRINTING Card, it.(i Gar sy, TOMEE-- People TO We N We Qire and Redeem Gold Tradlnr Stamps. x 1 GOOD MUSIC. MEgTj (2CFD121 BOYS' SUITS Bill Heads, Letter Heads, junn Sjwi .YH. s Circulars, Dodgers, Etc. Dance and Wedding Invitatiatis a Specialty. HOME PH8ME UflUKlO i ir- -- ' 946. GIISSPP CHI JSL interviewed SHOES 1 For Every Member of the Family at Mm ANOTHER it. jot r &n-- 2W in it isget Gorr arr YOUVE 7 Pony Vtfviou) "TO fa M- MIX UVEU $10 We are offering you these Suits at a very special price, just to adver tise our Boys' Department. These Suits are made of good woolen mate terials, splendidly tailored and fin-ished THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW i II , f FRED FEIGE& SON -- 7iooour JJUOHG. fjLflU. MUT UJUO voutea im KENTUCKY IRISH 'AMERICAN Die "VMBBaW because, veuve NOT UKE V ORBBN RKTX c'lMMMt' OPEN FOR BUSINESS n Tho 131 E. MARKET ST. WATSON HI- M- f. DISARMAMENT. Courier-Journal OUTBREAK. Geor- ment Conference, among them Iter. John,1 T. Hill, of Holy Cross church, and Rev. C. P. Raffo, of St. Charles Borromoo, and tholr expressions may Womea's and Children's Ready to Wear. Men's Furnishings and Piece be taken to represent Catholic sentiAll articles in store are fresh ment generally. Father Raffo said: Goods, in correct styles and serviceable-qualities- . "As the International Disarmaand new. Our Policy Buy for cash, sell for cash, small overhead, small marment Conference convenes every gin and'utmost value. Catholic prays, petitioning God to turn the hearts of the delegates to a true and lasting peace. Tho people want peace, whether the govern' ments want It, is a question. There will be no permanent peace until the INCORPORATED nations get nearer to 'God. They will have to love God with all their 329 WEST JEFFERSON STREET hearts and all their strength and all their minds and tholr neighbors aa - themselves for God's sake. When the hearts of tho nations are filled with this true spirit of religion, God -- OFwill reign, and nations will dwell in brotherly lovo and that will mean peace." Father Hill when seen responded to tho query as follows: "It te to be With Minor Repairs Free Saves Buying. hoped that the conscience of each delegate the disarmament conferCarpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed. ence willto dictate his actions and Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. deliberations. A nation can not exist wholly disarmed. Armament can bo minimized, however, and right eventually will prevail." a number of local clergymen to obtain their views on the Disarma- 1 FranlMasBurners f FURNACES and Cleaned NEW CASH DEPARTMENT STORE I ii ii clergy and tho Catholic sisterhoods, now turns the vials of his calumny gia, who for many years has been a malicious defamer of the Catholic Senator Thomas Watson, of j i ;; Overhauled CASH DEPARTMENT STORE OUTLET SWISS CLEANINGMEN'S SUITS Office 017 Sooth Feurth. SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS INC0K7O1U.MD Plant 000 South Sixth. JEWISH CITIZEN'S ANSWER. r - district by Republican plotters Is the following letter of Dr. Leon L. Solomon, a Jewish citizen and one of our leading physicians- W Make a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. ' "Mr. Billy Parker, Business Man"We TJso All Modern Appliances in the Elimination of Pain. ager the Now Menace Publishing Company, Branson, Mo. Dear Mr. 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Parker: There came to my notice IFunoral services for Thomas E. the otber day a copy of your publi- and Right Rev. Bishop Thomas E. Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. aged formerly un, Phono City 4C03 cation, "being Volume29,2, No. 77, The Molloy, of Brooklyn. The sermon McKIornan, In theforty-on- department, City 4B03 Phone a lineman fire der date Octobor 1921. copy seemed to have been mailed to will be delivered by Right Rev. Jos- and an industrious resident of this your office. care- eph Schrembs, Bishop of Cleveland. city, who "was fatally injured when me STEAM fullyfrom painstakinglyI have it. struck by an automobile Saturday DOMESTIC read and MOST EXCLUSIVE CLUB. night, were hold at 8:30 o'clock Such a sheet is a disgrace to the Tuesday morning at tho residence of we live. The Idea Western Kontucky land in which club- - la tho his brotHer-In-laTho most We are miners and distributors of the best Eastern and Thomas F. Dolan, that an institution should exist world consistsexclusive four memof only Coal produced, and can therefore furnish your requirements with the best 951 South .Seventh street, and at 9 which has apparently for its sole faction and lowest prices. Consumers will benefit by the purchas of their coal purpose religious prejudice should bers. They are Marshal Foch, Car- o'elock at St. Louis Bertrand's NOW. Let us have your order TOD AY. church. While crossing the Intersec- Where tfae be repugnant to every honest, hon dinal Mercler, King Albert, of Wo operate three retail yards at Louisville and also ship anywhere. Special home and the Duke do Veragua. tion ot Seventh street and BroadWhere work W orable, man. I have brightest ; reducad prices on car load shipments. AqiThe first three need no explanation, way with two companions early Satdose seen other copies of the paper, c,uu urday night Mr. iMoKIernan was Where tb work Vr I recall, they come to our notice , tt ,l"V , " .."TV r Where eootdsf hnm HARVEY-JELLIC- O ligkteatt now and again, especially when an 8ho"ldn't. ,s r the Duke de Veragua struck by the machine of J. L. real fsa h6 la.sL linfi ,,naI photographer. His head was Where INCORPORATED) election Is about to take place. The'of ,sIln the bmI -Where baJdaf ktm turn ,mal? descendant of Christopher Cc-- an caught beneath one of tho front UeliMpj writer of theso lines chances to be cooked beets Ilghtf Yard and Elevator, Fopo and Payne Street!. Israelite. Like tho majority of lumtUB. The four celebrities are wheels and crushed, and a few hours Where tiu range staads European members of the later he died at tho City Hospital. Where dnigt li MM at Yard 1000 S. First Street. Yard Fifteenth and Magnolia. human kind, he is not responsible "?, Jnl3r the tsct tight Main 033. City J450. Main Office 411 Starks Building. for what he Is. He might just as KalBhta of Columbus, each having His companions escaped Injury. Mr. r,nn nrnit t,i nnn,tin T.ii,i,f been made honorary members' ot Cuslck was arrested on a charge That' where the That'a w when on, the oocasloa of of manslaughter. "Quick Meal" As 'a Hebrew, J0, Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and or a Mohammedan. ha nrivtior-r- nf ftheirorganizationAmerica. The Duke who resided at 725 Mr. McKiernan. "Quick Steal" cornea visits to n. ho nmia (in for South Seventh Oldest Bank in the State. his birth and existence In a free de Veragua was made a memher ot street, Is survived by his widow, !Mrs. Qnlok Mal GaaRaaien Sold, Imatnlleil and Ulgl Ijr Raoemnandad country, which lias no tolerance for the K. of C. more than twenty KatheTlne RfoKlernan, three sisters, years ago, when1 'ho visited America Misses Mary and Susan IMoKIernan, religious hatred and race prejudice. 215 I reca'l tho word3 of the late la- for the Columbian Exposition, held) Louisville, and Mrs. Rosello Belcher. W. MARKET ST. mented Rabbi Moses, who refused in honor ot his ancestor's discovery Chicago; and two brothers, John and He to take part In an A. P. A. meeting ot America. He was tho Arts hon- James CMcKIernan, Louisville. member of the K. of C. served In the fire department under FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. some years ago, and, while thank orary ing the gentlemen who requested Cardinal Mercler and King Albert tho Buschemoyer administration and his presence, remarked: 'Tho Jew were made Knights in 1920, and was recognized for his alertness and has been a hare too long to now be- Marshal Foch, the latest honorary bravery as a flro fighter. memher of the K. of C, was made come a hound.' a Knight in) Chicago last Sunday. "LEON L. SOLOMON." ENJOY BIRTHDAY PARTY. Incidentally Marshal Foch Is tho millionth mam to have the honors AL. S. (SMITH, PROP. ENTERTAIN FOR DAUGHTER. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman G. Weiss PHONES 932 of Columhlan knighthood, conferred gave a hlrthday party for their Mr, and Mrs. Harry Doorr enter- on him, as the present membership daughter, Miss May Belle Weiss, in tained with a mask party In "honor Is 800,000 and losses through death! honor' of her thirteenth birthday an- I 314 ot their daughter, Miss Mary Julia and other causes in tho history ot niversary. Those present were Quinn Those present were Messrs. the K. of C. amount to approxi- Misses Ceclle Lehmann, Dorothy and Mesdames J. M. Wentzell, P. J. mately 200,000. Several classes to Lehmann, Ruth Higglns, Virginia BOTH PHONES 810. be Initiated were postponed to give HIgplns, Ruth Watts,, Mary Alice Farrel), H. M. Melster; Misses Ferllng, Mary Ferllng, Mary Marshal Foch the millionth position. Ridley, Dorothy Leo Faas, Johanna Olborg, Dolly Brocar, Helen Kemphave a number of second mortgage notes amply secured, Agues Maloney, Nadlne, Melster, SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. MARVELOUS PRODUCTION. er, Frances Kemper, Catherine which 1 will sell At a sufficient discount to make a very attractive Catherine Clark, Grace McCrory, Mary Virginia Savage, MarFlorence La Blanc, Frances 'White, investment. Blasphemer," a notable garet Shannon, Kathleen "The TAMPTON ATJBUOHON, Pres. Mabel Deutsch, Alice Sheehan, ElizMARION E. TAYLOR BLDG. ' abeth Sheohan, Frances Sagershy, screen production, was presented to Mary Hardesty, Irene City 3430 Main 1932 tHI HjM0H Josephine Hollls, Georgia Fritch-ma- the Cahollc men ot America by the Mary Edna Hilton, Thelma Martina Unclebach, Jessie May National Headquirtnis of the Holy Klundor, Louise Flho. May Belle App, Margaret Swift, Jennie Smith, Name Society on the occasion of the Weiss, Masters Joseph Flannlgan, Tlio Goose on Wrapper Is Assuranco lhat Ida Deutsch; Messrs. Nonman Went- celebration of the golden jubilee of Charles Roser, Richard Nufer, Rob- Magic White Naphtha Soap and Magic Flakes zell, Martin McCrory, James Mc- tho first canonlcally established Woly ert Rickort, Robert Higglns. War- Crory, Walter McCrory, Jack Dur- Name Society in America. Tho pro enco HInos, Leonard Hlnes, Thomas Are the Original. Manufactured By ham, iLung Sheridan, Bonnie Grlner, duction of "Tho Blasphemer" was a uutner. Clarence Rlckert. OnnrcA 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Herman Howes, Bernard Court, Da- truly marvelous performance. With flhfflaa. TTnfmnii TTtvAlinai. Tli vid Pihl, Arthur Laglar, William in tho incredibly short ipace ot six lenbach, William Soban, Richard Blanton, Edgar La Blanc, Elmer weeks this play which has already Whltty, Coleman Weiss. ZNOOStPOflUTBD heen .pronounced by tho greatest Louisville, Ky-- quinn, Matt Quinn. 1201 Story Avenue. critics one ot the most notable ot YOUNG PEOPLE'S PARTY. screen productions was staged, phoOniEF JUSTICE WIHTE. frll aJHTOJMBJJS. tographed and completed for public The Misses Loulso Trudeau and M. I. BANMON, rritUHt Md MiMjr. f. KMXiM. H., VIm Pro. Hd Tru. Joint action of both branches of exhlbltoln. Tho story of "Tho Margaret Gass were hosts at a party Cumb. Mala 2098.a Home City 2008 X the Louisiana (Legislature ifor tho Blasphemer" was wrtten b- O. E. at the homo of purpose ot placing a statue of the Goebel, President ot the Catholic Gass. Those presentMiss Margaret 1 i frfr i ft 4 were Misses late Edward D. White, Chief Justice Art Association, with tho Very Rev. Albert! Van Grees, Rose Lee Camp- of the United States, in the ll M. J. Ripple, G, P., P. G National dbii. uiara i,eo scott. Thelma Dolan, of Fame at Washington was Director of the Holy Name 'Socloty, Mildred Franz. Mildred, Garvev. WmmwwWHWHWWWWWWtWVWWWMHWHVWVWWW Pipe, toy the Introduction of and Dr. Conde Pallen, LLJ5., aa col- Louise Floore. Ruth Morgan, Sewer aa Calrert foreshadowed CUMBEBXANtf MAIN 3871-- y Caro - S HOMI5PHONB8S a resolution In tho House by Repre- laborators, Tho picture was photo- lyn Porklns. Thelma Tnvol1 Pnthnr.! BaMBta'a Patent LiMel ?le for Steam Cesa'siU, sentative A. T. Hlglna, of Jofforson. graphed under tho personal super ine Sandidge, Esse Mae Wahking, Wall CeplHrf, Draia Tile, YitriSet Irlcl, The movement to place Chief Jus vision ot Father Ripple. Those de Anna Mao Kirn. Elizabeth Ohm. Firs Preeisrf, Flae L1b1b, Fire Brick tice White's statue in tho hall first siring bookings for this picture In Margaret Gass, Louise Trudeau; Crate aa Seller Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Taps. took detinlto shape through the behalf of tholr Holy Name Societies Messrs. Eugene Fa'rloy, Smyfhe action of the Alexandria District should make application to the King Eugene Fields. Elmer Nilzken. OFFICE 83d SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. Council of the National Council ot Catholic Art Association, whoso of David Garvey, Russell Mitcholl. John uamonc 'jien, wmen passed a reso fices are located at. 80 Fifth avenue, Perkins. Rogor Queen, Richard MAIN:507, tw PHONES CITY lution that the Legislature bo peti- New York City. Qleen, Vlpcont Queen. Charles aad Breekiridt and Wintk as Maftaalia., tioned to take action to that effect. Hepp, Harvey Hlenz. Roborf Chil-- ! THANKSGIVING. ure?s, Kouert Schneider, Charles BISHOP OF TOLEDO. Tampport. Harding has issued a President Right Rev. Samuel A. Strltch, D. proclamation designating Thursday, GOOD FOR BOTH. Tty IS4B. Kate Mlt-Y-, D Chancellor of the Nashville dio- November 214, as a day of thankscese, will he consecrated Bishop of giving, devotion and prayer, and Wo congratulate New York State Toledo in the Cathedral of that city urging the people to give thankfe and State Prosldont Mahanov In se on Wednesday, November 30. Most "tor all that has been rendered un- curing tho acceptance of Bishop Rev. Archbishop Henry Moeller will to them," and to pray for a contin- Turner, of Buffalo, to act as State . Clay Rd Fstltoa Streets. t 1,a nfrMMflflb fir. tho PArumnnr uance ot the divine fortune whlcn ffsioent Now th'nsrs oueht to CUgk dPftde Oeal at tke very lowest prices, pivc its a trial. haAn akiMwarAd annaAGMitnaa 'hatntr Tttirht 00 generously boom In H'hernianlsm Jn New York lop John B. Merrte, ot Little' Rock, upon this natlos. ., , Chibh, SmI 8903 City 4480; U7-T- 1 a. CMmnnvr LOUMTZLXJll JOE Slate. National Hibernian. " e, Drs. Harrison and Strassburg' literature distributed through this Apropos of the deluge of A. P. A. ently falso assertion that numbers of our soldiers wore executed In Prance without trial during the E. G. HEART1CK ; World War; that officers shot down their men at will for alleged of;; Clty21Sl East 2173 fenses; and. Inhuman treatment ;; of our boys thatkhaki by their 915 E. Broadway. ;; In was a shameful practlco "Over There." Tho Georgia Senator's vile slander has aroused the THE NAME KENTUCKY & INDIANA DAIRIES COMPANY MEANS Indignant anger of the entire country, and tho Senate In which ho PURE PASTEURIZED MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS made his attack, as well as the officers of tho army, Is determined to A call him to an account for his outPORK PACKER rageous statement. Let us hope The Customer Will Know That You Watch His Interests If You Sell that this disgraceful insult will not K. AND I. PRODUCTS bo allowed to pass without condign Boiled Hams a Specialty punishment. There should be no FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERS Let toleration of "whitewashing." the light of official Investigation by KENTUCKY AND INDIANA DAIRIES CO. the Senate lay bare the real charTHE VERY BEST Incorporated acter of this fellow Watson, ankl show tho electotaro of Georgia the JACKSON AND FEIIR AVENUE BOTH PHONES 4262 caliber of the man whom they have to represent their sovereign chosen State la tho greatest deliberative assembly in th.e, world. Catholic Telegraph. Secretary John. W. Weeks, referFor Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. ring to charges against army nurses SOFT DRINKS In particular and alleged execution More than $o,ooo Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a of soldiers without court martial in deposit of more than 13,000,000, is tho monument of confidence built bytotal the GLOBS SHCUR1TY XOAX Of general, made In tho Senate by Sen- people of Louisville at this safe', conservative bank. XacerparaWC. ator Tom Watson, Georgia, made UNDER THE BIG CLOCK the following statement: Manager MARKET AT SECOND "No decent man. would make such Money Advanced ob Tour Plata Meet charges, anl I measure my words 818 West JeersoB Street whem I say that." (Seoead Floor) FATALLY INJURED. Horns Phone City 2967. $2.50 I upon tho officers of the United States army. Ho makes tho cruel and pat- com-mando- rs $10 HtWtWfWIlW SPECIALTY HENRY FISCHER BUTTER EPPING'S LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK .(J Q J JL- - 1 Bel-glu- Where the Quick Meal Comes In 1 COAL COMPANY Cu-Blc- k, i . I $1 J J National BanK of Kentucky ff -- I t nun . Buy St. Bernard Coal I GEHER & SON, Btf8eoeeeM)geeeeeeeeecnjw GRAN W. SMITH'S SON I Flexner Building, West Chestnut Street Funeral Director and Embalmer A GOOD INVESTMENT Es-tel- le Ga-haf- Rada-mache- r, eteeeoe8eeeeai)gaaat i"M-M-K"- Beck-man- n, n, i O WORK9-TMrteHtk DOUGHEH & McELUOHi Funeral Directors BOTH ,S MAGIC SOAP OOMPAiNY f ti.ijf and Embalmersf IH - P. BANNON PIPE CO. i Nation-al.Ha- J- J. BARRETT'S SONS! FUNERAL DIRECTORS ecfe4eaaaataa)3 I AND EMBALMERS. ,82'a east BdC.ixi COAL CO. NEW O. T. OOAJu YARD S. street. vvvvwtvvvvMqvtv Tia-c- - mis-lh- u. aa Funeral Director aad Kmbalincr fc f J- -