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Kentucky Irish American 2i. nue, who skid In. tho Herald that his house was set on fire by neigh-lor- s because ho was nil Irish Catholic supporting the Republican ticket. The Herald made this a. first page story. Then came the story ot tho three little boys, Kelly, Hennes sy and Hlnea, who threw, a brick through-window with a Quln picture. In- another first page story the Herald emphasized the fact that old boys came these three eight-yea- r from Limerick, and added this eig-- I nlflcant comment, "By your fruits you shall know them. Then came the disiplay of Marshall Bullltt'e address in wihtch none but Irish names were mentioned (some not in the directory), and the Herald's comment that someone in the audience had shouted "You left out St, rati rick." Then the attack on Squire John O'Brien, with the words and cut reproduced Inter in the Torch. And yet the Herald today says "you mustn't hurt the town" nnd expects those of Irish nnd Catholic birth to forget its cunning campaign of blg-- l otry. Now comes the Mayor Quln and says that one must not speak of the crime going on, that, that sort of talk will' hurt the In his address at the Optitown. mist Club Quln said that lawyers at Frankfort had told him that their wives were afraid to allow them here on the streets at night because of the reign of crime. Furthermore the speaker said that ho approved ot the Idea ot raising $50,000 to clear Louisville's good name. This mado some of hts hearers chuckle when they realized that they were paying taxes for police, who were only Keystone performers. Quln also intimated that there was no real going onu In this city. Note this. On tho same day that Quin delivered that address three nuto bandits hold up the cashier of the Quaker Maid storo and got away with tho store receipts. O. V. Turner, of the Long Manufacturing Co., Was nicked for $4t0. Tho Louisville Old Inn Hotel had their sample room cleaned out. J. M. Krlngs, ot Toilet, 111.,' was robbed of a black leather suit case, overcoat and other wearing apparel at Fourth and Chestnut, the Postofllco corner. But the prize story was that of tho stolen auto and booze running epiTwo months ago the stolen sode. auto of Frank Hubcnet, of Chicago, was recovered (probably by accident) nnd ho was notified to come for his car. While on Ills way tho car was stolen right out of tho police station in tho rear of tho City Hall. Part two as the movie men. say. County Patrolman Blanford hailed a suspicious looking car near Floyd creek, but was shot "four times by a PHWK: HOME M HAW Brery Drfrer a Bicort 1800 IneorporafMI LtihTUItTiriMktTrtKftrSt VOLUME XLVII.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1921. In order to' illustrate still more explicitly the dangerous extremes to which promoters of tho bill are prepared to go, Mr. Reed read this pas sage trom. tho same book: "Thus I believo that it should bo stipulated that midwivea could attend only such patients as offer eVery pres-peof having a normal labor." But, objected tho Senator with warmth and logic, "how are "you going tov. determine that? Thero must be a physical examination of tho woman. It must bo ascertained officially by this official board that the woman's labor is to be normal. In that event she may bo permitted" to get, some one of her own choice to attend her in her trying hour, otherwise she must submit herself to the regulation and the care of somebody satisfactory to tho board." Mr. Reed's emphatic statements are but logical deductions from the demands urged by advocates of the Sheppard-Townmaternity bill. And there are passages even more striking in this speech which can not well be reproduced in a periodical publication intended1 for the family circle. Let tho following quotation from "Standards of Child Welfare" suffice to show tho trend ot thought that pervades tho writings of those chiefly responsible for the maternity bill: "Whether we discuss babies, baseball, bolshevlsm or tho binominal theory," thu3 reads a quotation, cited by Mr. Reed, "wo finally come up against the fundamental philosophy of life the. meaning of creation. What is it all about? Many economic discussions deal with babies chiefly as potential labor power. I take it (says Dr. Royal Meeker) that tho Children's Bureau has been established for a purpose quite similar to that which brought about the establishment of the Bureau of Animal Husbandry." Is Jt possible for Catholics to favor a bill the sponsors ot which hold Ideas such as Senator Reed has found expressed In their writings? Can they think of thus Jeopardizing sacred rights and surrendering maternity to the autocratic control of the State? Can one Imagine a worse feature of State Socialism? It is this phase of tho question the St. Louis Post Dispatch object to in an editorial published November 8: "Have we become so helpless," thus reads tho query, "that we can do nothing unless directed by a Washington bureau? If we have not already reached that pitiable condition," says tho SU Louis paper, "we are in the way ot doing so." Having suffered much from autocracy in Europe, Catholics will ' cortalnly not promoto the autocracy of tho State In our country. They will rather combat it, and by opposing tho Sh'oppard-Townmaternity bill they will take a long step in this direction. ct er PRICE FIVE CENTS. DEMOCRATS Tarty in State Will Famish Relief to Residents of Jefferson IRELAND Ulster's Stand For Scparato Parliament Leaves Situation' Appa'r-enlly Deadlocked. THE WINNING COMBINATION. 5 i aptoty. J ""' " '. .' ! Iioulsvlllo Tries the Old "Stop Thief Cry to Avoid Criticism. Itemld Hearing of Nationalist Tarty in, Ac- cord With Sinn Feih, Next ' fove. Mayor-Ele- Quln's Address Queered by Louisville's Colony of. ct Crooks. Intermittent Conferences Extending Over Several Months Are ow , Predicted. JUIN OH CUES THE MAYOR. newly-elect- ed PEACH HOPE IS NOT LESSENED. Although one or two London There Is much Interest In the newspapers express grave disappointgathering of State Democrats to be ment at the Ulster Cabinet's rejecheld' hero on. November 30, and the tion of tho Government's plan for a meeting la an augury ot two things settlement of the Irish question, the rB, united .front In State affairs and press generally sees no reason to reetops tokeni to help Louisville Degard the situation as more serious mocracy. Democrats here do not or hope for a settlement as being agree with the suggestion, ot the lessened. It is pointed out that, Evening Post that no "ripper" bills while the Ulsterites rejected the prohe attempted, but the Post writer posals on the gronud that they conseems to forget that In fighting the tained fundamental principles which machine you must SearcyChllton1 wore "Impossible of attainment" un-dproceed on tho principle of fighting existing conditions, they had also tho devil with fire. The machine signified their intention of making bosses here anriounce that they will which would "Inattempt to remove Eustace Williams, dicate other and moro practicable and James Court Commissioner, means of securing peace without InO'Connor, Court Receiver, although fringing upon the right-- ot Ulster." Dark lantern crew "missing" .during the war and Louisville's, both still halve two years to serve. The Times looks upon the Ulster deThe machine organ also announced cision to make as nightly peril elect Quin, the man': Thursday that Bdrne of the Circuit a step forward, and the Westminster Clerk employes were trying to hold Gazette says it is proof that the over but they were "riding for a Ulsterites are willing to continue the fall" and none would he spared. negotiations. mamotto ot tho The The negotiations among British, chine has ever been "apare none" Sinn Fein and Ulster officials regardund "give no quarter," and the State ing the future of Ireland have now Democracy should meet it on that entered a stage in. which the nego ground. tiators are talking ot intermittent 'None forget how our yyyyyyyyyyyy conferences extending over months jPPCAE Lieutenant Governor played politics instead ot weeks. The chief Interest for the Republican machine In the this possibility has at the moment session, and with the aid ot last is that It promises to make imposone Democratic traitor humiliated sible an early visit of Prime Minister Senate members. the Democratic Lloyd George to Washington, as he Ballard's vote was the deciding vote has been hoping to do all along. to give tho negroes free piny In an This development Is assuming great election by taking away the election Importance in English public and certificate. Tho Senate should reDuring the recent political campaign there was a paid advertisement of the Repubofficial spheres, because the Washnav Ballard this coming session by ington conference has suddenly atlican Campaign Committee, which was a direct slur on Irish and Catholics alone, dead and eliminating him entirely from the tained proportions in British eyeshot electing, Its own presiding of scene, liVing Te, names, appended to. the insulting jScreed were William Heyburn, S. Thruston an event of tremendous and absorbficer- and appolntlns ttirowu'aesi9t tw'o riogro R6p ublicams,-i"whwere ing significance. Ballard, A. E. Willson, Arthur"!)"." Alien," Cfias. G. Middleton, Frank B. Russell, Mrs. John ante. With Kentucky saife for De- hauling a load ot moonshine whisky for an Irish setmocracy .for years to come, thanks in the car. Later ithe car was1 c Middleton, Mrs. A. T. Hert, Mrs. Morris Gifford, Mrs. James A. Leech, Mrs. Herbert tlement to those made by the Ulster C. B. of C. V. to "Howdy Ed" Morrow, who found at Spring and Payne streets t t Cabinet last week, were forwarded Bronner, Alfred LeGros, Charles F, Huhlein, Henry G. Knadler, B. Bernheim, C. C. Men-gechanged a Republican, majority ot In this city, having been abandoned, c to tho Ulsterites Monday evening by 40,000 in two years to 60,000 Dem- and on Investigation it was found t Ben L. Bruner, Chester X. Reed, Richard M. Bean and C. C. Stoll, Marvin H. Lewis, READV FOR BAZAR. the British representatives, informbe taken first that the car was none other than t ocratic, 6tep3 should ( Arthur Peter. The following letter from Mr. Huhlein of the above committee is that their alternato aid the Democracy and good peo- the auto stolen from the police, and ( The peoplo ot St. Philip Nerl's ing the Ulsterites not acceptable. c ' No parish and the many friends of Rev. tive proposal was ple of Louisville, who Just now are had been used in transport lng moont furthor meeting between n shine whisky. The two negro Reunder control ot the Father Ackerman, the pastor, are and Ulster delegates hasthe British! Louisville, Ky., Nov. 11, 1921. Editor Kentucky Irish American, LouisvilJp. Dear yet been machino with Its 27,000 negroes publicans and the moonshine whisky t taking keen Interest in the bazar arranged. It now that the Sir: I was absent from the city for about two weeks during the past month. During that and social on next Tuesday and Premier's diplomacy seems; be and an auxiliary ot bootleggers, have disappeared, ithe owner of the t directgamblers and denizens ot the under- car has been notified to come and afternoon and evening, ed to bringing Ulstermust ' Wednesday, time a considerable amount of printed matter accumulated on my desk. I was not aware Into a. to take place In Wlndthorst Hall, world to caTry out Its Instructions. get it, and it is rumored a squad ot of your article in your issue of October 22, in which my name was mentioned,, until, in goagreement. In the meanMagnolia Right at the outset Quln's sincerity Keystone police are guarding the c street, between Brook ing over the accumulation of printed mail, I read same last night. and Floyd, when all are assured a time tho Sinn Fein will sit on tho should 'bo challenged .when he said car in Central Police Station. This i (. ' good In reply to your question, permit me to say that I sincerely regret that any offense time. Elaborate plans have sidelines and await developments. that he was in favor ot olvil service and tho regular run of robberies on c s been made by tho various commit- "The Northerners are the bad boys by any publication or utterance with which my for police. Let the Democratic ma- Fourth avenue give a black eye to t was given to any of our tees, whoso work assures the suc- now," remarked one of the Sinn jority, at Frankfort introduce a civil Quln's story of there being no reign k name was connected. In the heat and passion of a political campaign things are done and measure for police nntl jqu ctf crime here, and whether you ore c cess of this affair. Turkles, chick- Fein delegates. service Ulster's watchword is "no sursaid that are greatly to be regretted. This is inexcusable and ought to stop. first test as to whether an optimist or a pessimist you will c ens and other desirable presents will have the i render," but some ot the newspapers ' On .this Armistice day, on which we will repeat the American Creed, let us all hope is going to have to concede our police departgalore will be on hand for distribu- find Quia or Clies Searcy i comfort in the thought that thte ' tion, and everything has been done ment is a Joke. serve four years as Mayor. and pray henceforth and forever to be delivered from religious, race or class prejudice. c ) that will Insure a pleasant tlihe for Is tho first stage of all In the barPatrolman Roldt who wantod to t The death of County CommissionI trust that the bitterness of the recent campaign will be succeeded by an era of gain making. crux those attending. AH friends of the iculty rests in The Sinn ot tho differ Grinstead raised the question as club Overton Harris, has been dis- c c the Fein's claim peace and good will with a spirit of tolerance, fairness and justice among all our citizens palrshj are urged to attend and help to whether his successor would bo missed by the Board ott Safety, but bo that toward each other, regardless of creed or race. We owe this to each otjher as neighbors, swell the school fund and pay off unit, Ireland must to a governmental elected and the Kentucky Irish it is a safe wager that ho will bob as opposed Ulster's claim the building debt. Tho officers ot that If Ireland Is to have a dominion s American quotes the .following ex- up in another department drawing a t of a community and as American citizens. I shall try to do my duty in as opinion ot an em- good salary. On election day Ser- t the bazar are M. A. McCee, Edward status, Ulster must be under inde tracts from the direction. that White, Henry Pfelster, J. B. Koe- inent legal authority: "The Court of geant Harry Baker denied the rights ( I feel sure all of the persons named in your article share these sentiments. Yours nig and John Pfelster. Ladles on pendent rule. Appeals in Ncley vs McCollum, 107 ot the voters to form two lines at ( c Wednesday the Associated Press very truly, Ky. 143, held that a vacancy could Seventh and Oldham and defied the the various committees are that all parties in Ireland, ( Vaughan, Tobbe, Rademaker, cabled the exception of the Nationalnot bo filled at a regular election Sheriff to form two lines. The 0. F. HUHLEIN. Ryan, captain Insisting was ar Pfelster, Maratta, Light, with who are now largely Incorporatwhen the only oflTcer to be voted AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ml Fisher, Nuxoll, McGeo, Hunt, Ever-har- t, ists,with Sinn Fein, have had their tor 'in the county was a member of rested. The Election Commission mfVVYVVV ed Judgo Quln's successor and the Mayor's Committee had Kemper, Schoene, Miss Marie say in the negotiations regarding the Congress. Novemlber, Baker removed from the polls. Four McGee and the Young Ladles So future of Ireland. will notbe elected until of Mrs. Mary Dlscher, deceased sisThe Southern In a most serious and sacred mat- dality, and also assisting are Messrs. 1923, and Grlnstead's successor will days after the election the Board of ter. Bequests of $1,000 eaoh we're opposed to ter. Vaughan, Fortwengler, Monohan, Unionists, who are Island, saw a dual iiold on the balance ot the term, Snferj makes Baker a temporary made to St. Lawrence Parliament for tho Prime Institute for Boone, Edwards', , It is partly on the same grounds, Pfelster, Nail, his successor not being elected until Lieutenant an'd.whcn tho public Lsn't Boys, St. Joseph's Orphanage and as an infringement ot freedont and Leichleltor, Backert, Fangman and Minister David Lloyd George Tues1923," looking ho will bo made a perma- St. Boniface church; '$500 each to Lord n an Invasion ot sacred rights, that Caskey. People will remember the day, them, Midleton stating the case It 'is amusing to see the nent Lieutenant for reward of serv- St. Vincent de Paul Society, St. while for organ, the Louis- ices, to the Senator Reed, of Missouri, con- good time had at this bazar. All before them the the Ulsterites had machine machine. Government's reto play tho It Quln Is In earnest about giving Thlomaa' Orphanage and Sisters ot Vicious former members of the parish and fusal ot their counter proposals for ville Herald, attempting Character of Sheppard-Towne- v demns the much discussed the Good SJiepherd, and $200 each -Towner maternity bill, adopted pupils of the school wlill receive a a settlement of tho Irish question. the town a police department he will to Little Sisters of the Poor, St. role ot "stop thief." The last Maternity Bill PorIn the Senate and now pending In special welcome. daya the Herald has been trying get rid at tho collection of "hill Anthony's Hospital and the German It was understood that tho Governagainst the olllies" who are not and never will the HouBe. In the speeches deliv to arouse sentiment trayed by Senator Reed ment's reply to Ulster contained no by bo policemen. To do that he will Protestant Orphan Asylum. The esered In the Senate on the subject of Times, Posf and Courier-JournONLY HONEST DUTY. new suggestions or proposals, leavwhich mo Diu aunng tho past summer. Mr. saying that those papers gave the have to break' right away with the tate Js valued at $131,500, ot bonds, ing the situation apparently dead$30,000 is in stocks and n Reed proved beyond a doubt that machlne.whlch prefer town a bad name during the cam B. J. Johnson, of this city, sent a locked. realty and $31,500 ot the "yaps' as cops, as ithey will not $20,000 inMtes Geher qualified as Attempting to Surrender tho Moth- tho advocates of tho bill are In congratulatory letter and copy of paign, and that their stories John Miller Andrews, Secretary ot favor of most radical and reigni of crime ana ineincieni ponce bother bootleggers or gamblers and executrix of the will without surety. the Kentucky Irish American to Labor In the Ulster Cabinet, on1 his er to 'the State in Trying lng innovations in the direction ot Miss Lorottn A. Murray, the Penn- return to Belfast, mado It clear, in has hurt. "This is the old "stop can be counted on to pay in regular State autocracy. Illustrating the sylvania Bchool teacher whose recent a statement to the press, that the thief" cry. The Herald knows full ly to the Republican League without DENOUNCE HERALD'S ACTION. Hour. Btrange, premises from victory for right and Jupbice ait Government's proposal to Ulster was radical well that tlio greatest" blow that can evea wanting to know who is treas which advocates of tho maternity PJymouth attracted widespread at for a single Parliament for a united be Riven n. city Is the spread of re- urer. At a meeting of the County bill proceed and tho lengths ligions prejudice and when bigotry to tention and commendation. Miss Ireland and that Ulster had replied If Quin is going to be Mayor ho Board, Ancient Order of Hibernians, comes progress and prosperity go also might try to cut down the aw- held flrjonday evening in Bertrand State Socialism Interfering With which they are prepared to go In Murray makes tho following digni- that It must have a separate Parlia Loutho matter ot their "benevolent" fied and womanly acknowledgment: ment a suggestion to which neither ful fire losses by giving us a fire Hall, spirited talks were made deout. "Bloody Monday" threw protection ot motherhood, the SenPersonal Liberty and Invading The greatest loss in nouncing the action ot the Louisville isville hack fifty years .and the in- department. "Plymouth, Pa., Nov. 3, 1921 tho Sinn Felnors nor the Southern ator read from the publication, Mr. B. J. Johnson, Louisville, Ky. jection ot religious prejudice by the Louisville's history was in tho past Herald in the recent political camProtest Unionists would agree. Kncrcrt Rights. Republican, machine In the. last two two years, the "hlck' firemen fea- paign Standards of Child Weirare, the I take this opportunity of thanking meetings will be held1 in Ulster The Herald was blamed for following statement: "If a physician you for your kind letter and the against what the Ulsterites charac campaigns has retarded Louisville turing in their famous masterpiece, fomenting religious prejudice in the go that tho only gain mado in popu- "We save the ground at every fire." campaign were engaged the health officer's Kentucky IiiigK American. Why terize as a "betrayal of Ulster," and' by its course aroused lation was a false one the annexa As a sample of discipline the fire considerable bigotry .that was disButt (f should I let this spoil me? I feel when Mr. Andrews, the Marquis ot 'YET HKLPLESS. responsibility would end. tion of outlying territory. It was men In tho West End staged a little played In the election. The follow- PEOPLE NOT the patient Is to be cared1 for by a that I only did my honest duty, and Londonderry and John Milne Barmidwife,, it would be his duty, or t could not have done otherwise, so bour, members of the Ulster delegabelieved that during the recent war parade tho other evennlg and' went ing county officers were chosen to when Catholics, Jews and Protest-ant- e through the streets led by one of serve the coming two years: Jos. 45. tnati ot a paw substitute actlnir for I have no reason' for thinking too tion to London, will speak. fought aide by eldo for our the pfilceijs who was very hilarious Hennessy, President: John M, Riley, him, to see that certain examina- well ot myself. I was up against a It is considered unlikely, however, Efforts are being made at pres- tions! and requirements were car- tough situation and tried to handle that anything will be done to break dag oU bigotry would be burled to say the least. On course It a fire Vice President; D. J. Hines, Recordforever, and this seems ito bo the in that district broke out ithe losers ing Secretary; Wlllaim WheaUey, ent In Prussia, by way of legiflla-tlo- ried out." And lot it be said that it the best way I knew how. Again tho apparent deadlock before the to socialize the midwife, to Standards of Child Welfare was thanking you, I am sincerely yours, Conservative party situation everywhere but in Louls-'VJ- would .be the property owners or the Financial Secretary; Chas. J. in Liverpool ar.e thousands fire insurance men, not the fire de Here there Thursday, when tho delegates will 'LORETTA A. MSUH11A.Y. Jas. Donohue, make hep a public official in an as published by the Children's Bureau partment. In two weeks Quln's han Sentinel;Treasurer,; and . have an opportunity of voting on ot narrow-minde- d "32 W. Shawnee Atve., Dan McKenna, Chairman signed territory. Shpuld this be of tho Department of Labor in u vwtwa Washington, which bureau Is not who lose rilght ot everything dling of the police and fire depart' Iriah History. the straight resolutions that the re, "Plymouth, Pa." come, law tbore Is every likelihood. only strongly advocating the Shep- machino memt will let you know who Is May wfrew the cent offer to the Sinn Fein "went pf its befntr accepted as a sort of or, he or Ches. maternity bill but Is CELTIC CROSS MARICS GRAVE. boyonM the Unionist opinion, ot th-iraises the Hag of bigotry. BRIDGE PAliTV. model by some ot tho other German also to be the agency for carrying country" and that "no settlement ot Jus trace the course ot the iM)8s Lucille Dant cave a bridge States. But while tho merits of the out its provisions GENEROUS BEQUESTS. Commenting on Herald in its aid' to the bigA great Celtic ciioss, twelve feet the Irish question will be acceptable party Tuesday afternoon in honor proposed measure, which has arous tho statement Just quoted,"Mr. Reed! high, erected over the grave ot Rev. which does not absolutely respect Early In October otry caropalgn. n case was- spread Charitable and religious Intsltu- - of MJss Beatrice Mftlntyre, whose ed considerable attention, are not adtied by way of explanation,: "In John R. Quinlan, late rector ot the the position acquired by Ulster." th h first page with- screaming tlons Teceived $6,300 under the wdH marriage to Lieut. Edward Clinton being overlooked keen opposition la othen words, If tho woman prefers, Cathedral parish at Fort Wayne, a The "die hards," who typo the oi fran'K J. uener, oaieu renruary Gillette. U. S.. A., will take place J offered particularly on. the part of to hire a midwife it will be the Ind., was blessed and dedicated In recently attacked the Governmeat'g hwKlMnete, and in black a?, 491-4and probated In County Novomber 23, Those present were women, the objection being raised duty of the health officer, accord the presence of a host of clerical and Irish policy in the House ot Com-leaders were, told in a etartement to hve ben made by Fllben Court on Wednesday. Mrs. Mary Mesdameff Charles Frov. iNew York; that, If the bill were adopted,, wo- lng to the Ideas of this gentleman lay friends of. the deceased priet. mons, will carry on1 a fight against was given (the author of the book in ques- The presentation ot the memorial to Mr. Chamberlain In the cemvaatfon, weyd, mother-in-laCurtiB Scottc Roland Ketcham. Ru- men would her. deprived of the Mm h yrm attacked by Hogim ot free Choice of an attendant tion) to demand that the woman the cathedral congregation was and it i!a expected that Lord 'Derby, MclntyYe, Raymond Tafel kn wmm a RoimbHcAn 'and that beeuest ot '$2,000 and $600 was set dolph be Had bee called an Irish Catholic, asidehj for mses for the testator William, Steadnwa, Misses iBentrfcf 'or their ,honr ot. laber. It is urged submit to a physical' examination made" by the! senior member of the with whom Mr. Chamberlain ia paywife, the that to Met to of the CWus Httlerlch. coMttt that Is, and who is flrt eame her rnwle. TWtt'w? the Tbm gn-ofn- Gehr hi Mr, remainderchildren McTnlvre.wciie J!nt, id Mildred xtcm the bill ,wo'W prsowu ir- a- andeoasuply withMt,regulations:toM him committee, and it was accepted1 by I ingIreland, will an advocate ot paaoe and the jninneTOiu ot to Mnp. by Raw, at least try to pour Rer. Thomas W. Conrey In behaM of In bigotry n'mrtlp. tie rtwy Duffy. Portiand avq- - etlaU bl loll on the troubled waters. the pansaioners. Jft toHw Magdalen Virgin! Wells, Margaret Bureh, 'dm v of urecrt!c gevernmvwt prescribedi" th -6r law-breaki- ng counter-proposal- s, ? counter-proposa- ls Searcy-Chilto- n, high-brow- ed H CAP! . HUHLEIN ANSWERS- - o" er K ' Counter-proposa- ls l, Searcy-Chilto- K C three-corner- ed f. fellow-citizen- - fellow-citizen- Mes-dam- es Dem-oderat- lc J- - UNTENABLE Searcy-Chilto- Searcy-Chilto- n Sheppard- sov-er- al al Searcy-Chilto- far-reach-w . n, H. Pin-nega- n, weak-mind- ed D Searcy-Chilt- on - para-Town- er a Lou-foyU- le FWfeea-Hbga- I d , ? ut fe 3 jbcxxjojar -- jltcjljhl amexoaj!. NERI'S BAZAR JKENTUGKY IRISH AMERICAN. COMING EVENTS. n-o- PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY. and Motl Advaonent ol Ifkh American tad Catholla td to th Sod Olfldally Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hiberniani. Yonnj Men's 'institute and Catholic Knight i of America. 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Brook and Floyd TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22 AND 23 Day Tuesday Afternoon. NOTICE! NOTICE! J. rULS TO ' BILL OF SALE MADE APRIL 1, 1015, BY H. A. II. 11. DRIVER DAIRY LUNCH EACH DAY FROM 5 TO 8 O'CLOCK Muiic and Refreshments. Here You May Get Thanksgiving Turkey or Chicken Free Distribution of Awards Wednesday Night. t Admission free. Come and bring your family and friends, a bdoster for this most deserving cause. LOUISVILLE, KY GIVE THANKS. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1921 tH Next Thursday day, when all should attend and offer prayers of praise and gratitude 'for the blessings God has bestowed on. our country and people. May It be a peaceful and .happy day for all. , can Legion and those who speak for Windthorst Hall, afternoon and the army nurses. But aye do expect evening. 24 November Social afternoon Is Thanksgiving that action will bo taken to bring and evening, Young Ladies of St. Senator from Georgia to acchurch the Seventh and Davies. November 22-2- 3 Bazaar and social for St. Philip Neri's church in HOME COMINGTURKEY FESTIVAL Ann's cjiurch, count for his reckless charges. He November 30 Social by Division has touched upon a subject that 3 and Ladles' Auxiliary, 1818 PortAmericans dislike to discuss in. pub- land venue, evening only. lic. But they feel deeply about rftAAA A A A A Ar Aft A A A A charges growing- out of the war.. ACCEPT For the Benefit of St. Soseph's Church At Vernon Hall, 1575 Story Avenue KNOW ALL MEN, that I, H. A. J. Puis, of Louisville, Joffer- of X B. j- Driver, of Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, the dye and clean- Ing business of H. A. J. Puis, now being carried on and conducted by the said Puis at No. 420 South Fifth street, In Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, Its good will, nnnie, tho lease of said premises at No. 42C' South Fifth street, in said city, county and Be State, mid all my rights, titlo or interest in or to every tanciblo or lntancllile thine or nrntifirtv now unnn snlrl nnrnilmo tf In nnv n. uciuubinb ", ijviiuiii.ut, iu ui uuuueuieu wiia uie saui ousiness, mo books of the business and all notes or accounts unpaid as of April 1, 1015, together with all of the following enumerated and listed articles of personal property now on said premises or belonging thero-o- n or to tho said business conducted as aforesaid at No. 426 South Fifth street, In said city, county and State. TO HAVE AND TO HOLD, as of and from April 1, 1015, all and each of the above bargained, sold and delivered rights, titles and interest to the said H. B. Driver, his executors, personal rep- Kentucky, consideration of j son County, bargain, sell, for and in assign and deliver tho sum $3,500, do transfer, unto H. - Monday and Tuesday, November - 21-2- 2 WITH STRING. l, SOCIETY. .. j- a- - Both Evenings and Tuesday Afternoon. Friends of the parish invited. WORTH TRIAL. The Courier-Journa- commenting r . rt ' It cost more than six millions1 of N. B. We are not connected or Interested in any way with n dollars last year to try to enforco new concern of a similar name. II. A. J. Puis has not been in the the prohibition law and 'over seven millions have been appropriated for employ of this company since OCTOBER, 1017. 'the same purpose this year. But the icickickirtckirkirAirkickirk1rkick law Is not being enforced. Law breakers import liquor and sell It, enridhlng themselves, oven though paying fines; other lawbreakers- buy and drink tho liquor, but they are not punished even with a fine. All Mr. and Mrs. Daniel King an- HIT your boys aa anottoa that wUl Miss Mary C. 'Coll has returned to prapax Um for Ufa of us are taxed for millions to pay her home In Jeffersonvllle, after a nounce the, marriage of Mrs. King's Miss Katherine Theresa visit with friends- at sister, for enforcement, however. Tho law week-en- d College Frayne, to John Andrew Jordan. Bloomlngton, Ind. should bo enforced or repealed. mens furnishings The wedding took place Saturday lis W. Broaflway, Zomlavtila, Xy. James McCloy and Ray Ratter-ma- morning at tho St. Louis Bertrand $s408W.MARKET ST. ,j$ by the Xaverlan Brother. Conducted DISTURBED. both of Clifton, have returned church, Father Heenan officiating. Clasalcal, Scientific and Buslneaa from Cincinnati, where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Jordan left yesterday Couraea, Preparatory Department. Large Swimming- Fool. Well Equipped on their wedding trip. friends last week. Our neighbors, the Courier-JournTerms moderate. CRAIG SLJPS. and Times, are much disturbed Bro. Benjamin, Dlr. Mre. Edlthl Shepherd, of Madison, Miss Margaret Riley has returned dispatches from London in- over the Democratic Victory and1 re- home after a four months' trip to Ind., was guest of honor recently at Press Mayor Hylan. Tho vot- her sister, Mrs. J. J. Caine, and Mr. an enjoyable party given RECENT DEATHS. at the dicate that British public opinion is election of A BUSINESS SCHOOL homo of her sister, MIsp Emma YOTJ ers gave Hylan a majority of over Caino in Chicago, 111. "slipping away from Ulster" as repSt. John's1 parish, mourns the Treece. Those present were Misses 400,000, and this they term "the To Help Yourself Emma Treece, Susan Hay, Fay death of Mrs. Amelia Steinmetz, resented by Craig's attitude of . William D. Bennett, who was inwho passed away at Well, it must be re- Tammany mess.". People of New jured recently In an automobile ac- Spencer, Edith Burke, Nellie Ryan, aged forty-fouAsk our graduates.- You will find them in the big business houses ot She was Dorman, Helen Dolan, St. Joseph's Infirmary. Is city. School is in progress. Students may enter any day. membered that Craig's attitude is York are awake to what Is best for cident, In improving and expects to Frances Evetts, a day or two. Esther Lillian Dwyer; the beloved wife of Fred Steinmetz, the the metropolis. Their vote shows be out due entirely to the support and enMessrs. Edward Shepherd, Forrest and resided at 1100 Fehr avenue. FALL TERM BEGINS SETEMBER 5 this. Wishy washy politicians will couragement" which Orange Her funeral took place Monday The wedding" of, Mrs. Ruth Shep-ar- d never defeat Tammany. ST. HELENA COMMERCIAL COLLEGE morning, Rev. Father Schuhmann AVATHEX and John W. Faller was sol OVERLEY. has received, from the conducting tho services. emnized Thursday morning at St, 025 S. FOURTH AVE. PHONE CITY 5032 British Government. Without BritLOUISVILLE, KY. The wedding of Miss Otille Wlath-e- n The Herald gets off a good one Charles Borromeo church. Many friends and relatives mourn ish support Craig and his followers and Herbert Warner Overley, Jr., the death' of Mrs. Mary O'Malla, would soon subside. And if It be when it saya Louisville sets a safety ASK YOUR GROOER was solemnized by tho Rev. H. W. Mrs. R. H. GeBOTT'S ORIGINAL. record when it goes a month With Flaherty, Mrs. Greenwoll. Miss Edna Jansen at 6:30 o'clock Saturday at widow of Patrick O'Malla, which octrue that Carson and Lloyd George Sarah. Chambora and curred at the home of Mrs. Annie have decided to abandon Craig un- out an auto fatality. But it passes Miss Rose Joyce, alt of Bardstown, bi. anglers cnurcn, in tho presence McTigho, 837 South Seventh street. KREAM FRYDKAKES of many friends and admirers. Miss She was a woman whose less he submits to reason, a long the record mad for autos 6tolen were visitors hero last week. Viola Bornwasser was" Miss Wathen's of character endeared her fine traits LOUISVILLE CREAM FRIED CAKE CO., Incorporated to all step has been taken in the direction from the public streets and gar In New York last week on busi maid of honor and Fred Von Slben- - wnom sno met. .Her lunerai was ages. As many as six have been re of setting the Irish question. was best man. Following the hejd from St. Louis Bertrand ness and pleasure trips were Georgo thal ported in ono day. w. Russell, L. C. Splllman, M. T. ceremony a supper was served At church. Hunter, S. T. Ellis and S. D. Sulli- tho Hotel Henry Watterson for the SENATOR FROM GEORGIA. SHINGLES 7 VTHES FLOORING Sunday morning Death's Ancel s. bridal party and two immediate Do not forget tho dead during van. Lcalled Miss Lily Snider, beloved Mr and Mrs. Overley left Some time ago a certain Senator these November days. daughter of Mrs. Nettie Snider, 2417 It will not E. Ryan, Calvin T. Everts, John later in the evening from Georgia uttered malicious cal- be long until you leave the things Daniels, Fred Shepherd, Chancey and on their return for the East, Columbia street. She was fifteen will be with years old and her amiable disposiumnies against the Catholic Church that aro and tak'e your place with strong, uscar wime, lludolpn Ray, Mrs. Overley's mother, Mrs. J. A. jcxroA4rzo tion made hor a favorite among her and her members. The" same in- them. It you wish to be remember Paul Ray, John Spellman, Edward Wathen, on Cherokee road. 411 to 40 a. BmklBrldf friends and associates. Funeral Bx&aek Tar m4 Vwlteh. ecx Rt, Cttk. dividual is now attacking the offi- ed, remember now those who have Treece. services and requiem mass were CHA1UTY CLUB FESTIVAL. cers of the army and defaming preceded you.i held Tuesday morning at St. Alias iAiartna iciJevltt gave a American women who served as church. Next Tuesday the CecIUan Charity luncheon at the Cherokee Inn to her STURDIVANT & SON Mrs. Bridget Morgan, slxty-nln- o nurses along tho battlo fronts of A good recommendation for our classmates and teacher. The lunch Club will give ite 'annual entertain-men- t eon was1 followed by. a theater and bazar in St. Cecilia's Hall. years old and one of the most esFrance during the world war. In Keystone police force slipped The usual tosar features will be-- In timable members of the Cathedral the course of a speech in the Sen- through tho Herald this week, when party. evidence with additional entertaln-ineni- congregation, for m6re than, thirty- - ROOFING, GUTTERING AND SPOUTING ROOFS REPAIRED ANDate charging that American soldiers it mado known tho fact that it tdok Patrons of former years1 need nve years owner of a tailoring es Mrs. Charles E. Cooney and PAINTED FURNACES BEPAntED ESTIMATES in France were hanged and shot by fifteen Koystoners to arrest ono daughter, MissMargaret Rose no introduction to tho enjoyment to tablishment at 210 South. Sixth CHEERFULLY GIVEN bo found ob this affair. The pro- street, died Saturday morning after Cooney, Syracuse, spend American officers without trial or drunken man. Some police force, will 800 WEST BROADWAY PHONE CITY 2581' Thanksgiving with Mrs. J. B. ceeds will be used to relievo tho an illness ot a year. She is surviv hearing, this Senator also impugned sure enough. poor and needy of the parish and ed by her daughter. Mrs. Ella Rob- Wathen. the character and chastity of the vicinity during the winter Irrcspect-- , ards, and a brother, Joseph Morgan. HOME MADE PIES, CAKES, BREAD AND PASTRY army nurses. This is what the SenThe boys who put In tlmo In the Miss Edmonia Dougherty. Jeffer ive of creed, and all 'attending are Her funeral took place Monday ator from Georgia paid the other trenches do not take kindly to the sonvllle, has returned from a point assured of helping a worthy cause. morning from tho Cathedral, attendBAKE DAIIiY ed by many surviving friends. day: sort of retrenchment that will deny on the Kentucky river, near Frank HELP EDUCATE BOYS. A pall of gloom was cast ovar the fort, where she visited Mr. and Mrs. "la the hospital they (tho sol- them that bonus. Charles Marshall, Dua to the1 fact that a largo num- community in which he lived when diers) were neglected. Tho officers went out Sunday morning Home Phono City 1843 ber of people were turned away word Sts. Mary and C07 WEST BROAD WATT made courtesans of too many of tho VETERAN CALLED. Elizabeth Mrs. P. J. Fitzgerald and daugh- fndm. ihe last .performance of "My from that Richard J. Tallott, belovnurses not) all of them, but too ter, Miss Josephine, Florence Place, Irish! Rose" tho Irish Glee Club will Thomas Samuel Greenwell, have returned trom a trip to Rock repeat, by many of them." request, their ed husband of Katie Tallon, had DAVIS & GREENUP passed Into ight years old, Civil War vet- Arsenal, where they visited John performantee popular' on Tuesday, November he had beeneternal rest. For years The maximum number of Ameriwith the city's electriCorrlgan, They also DRUGS eran can nurses with tho American Ex- of theandi ono of tho last survivors Davenport and Chicago. visited in 22, at St. Peter's Hall, Seventeenth cal department and the Louisville Orphan Brigade, died Tuesand Garland avenue. This play Mas Gas and Electric Company, and was EVKRYTHING THAT A FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE SHOULD CARRY- peditionary Force in France during day morning at his home, 909 South won for Itself first place nl tho list IN STOCK PRESORDPTIONS A SPECIALTY th-Mrs. James Kennedy entertained of amateur playsu Besides affording respected by his superiors and cod war was 10,066. All of these street. A native of S. W. CORNER EIGHTEENTH AND MADISON STREETS county, ho came to Louisville at a family dinner last week. Those an evening or great pleasure It! is workers. His funeral took placo were recruited for tho Government Meade Tuesday morning from St. Loula as a youth. JIo enlisted! In hA present were Mr. and Mrs. Chester aiding in a most worthy cause by the American Red Cross. Home Phone, Shawnee 550 All army August 7, 1862, Mr. and helping to educate younig men tor Bertrand'a church, of which he had and a few Capehart, Indianapolis; been a faifhful member. were graduate nurses, and in! addi- days later he was captured. Mr. Mrs. John (Lynch and family, Mrs. the priesthood. o this Proceeds William Linker, an aged, and retion to undergoing examination to ureen-nemen was brought to Lou- Sarah Capehart and Mrs. Richard show will bo given to fit Francis COAL & ICE CO. isville and heAd a prisoner inthe old Coward. College, an Institute for boys pre- spected resident ot the West End, determine their ability and fltn&ee, passed away Saturday night at his Manufacturers of Gait House until ho was returned to paring for the priesthood. they bad to give proof of good moral hUs regiment by homo. 800" South Thirty-sixtMr. and Mrs. Charles "Hurley anstreet. an exchange of CONCRETE COLUMNS AND FLOWER VASES We believe that these prisoners. Ho was captured a sec- nounce tho engagement "of their character. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. CHURCH OF OUR LADY. Bernedine Linker; four sons, Her- FACTORY AND COAL YARD: SEVENTH AND BERRY BOULEVARD-PHONEraoktew charged of the Senator ond time and ho took tho oath of daughter, Mlsa Leona Hurley, to y Next Tdesday an. enter- man, Albert, Bernard and John; how very well the allegiance, following his release at Louis Ott. The marriage will take from Georgl Parkway 48B; South 1437-t tainment for the benefit of the three daughters, airs. H, A. Heinz, Washington, G In 1865. Surviv- place at 9 a, m. Novembor eaWbre of tier nan and. the bent of ing him are his widow. Mrs. Sarah St Peter's church, Seventeenth and Church of Our Lady will ba given Mrs. William. J. iMelcher and Sister his disMd mind. We found fault P. Greenwell; five eons. Robert, Garland. Amata ot the Ursullne order; and In the school hall at Thirty-fift-h and. Rudd. Meals and refreshments threo grandchildren. William Heinz. with mtmy of our Catholic exAllte, Carl and J. H. Green- iMn. Margaret O'Brien, Pretonia. will be served, and! a feaure will John Herman Linker and Dorothy change for adv&rtteiag his calum-si- weB, and, a daughter, AUss Lena Funeral BervieiM were entertained M4seecr Sallle Roberta be the turkey and cafee dtopoaal. All Lee Linker. Funeral &rvlcesi wera they wre dfeeeted agalnet Greeawail, whk held Thursday morals at Holy Thompson, SHnione O. "Thompson, triads of Rey. Martin O'Connor, the held Tuesday morning at St. An- - 2500 GRIFFITHS AVENUE WE DELIVIJt wepaet to hav the CroK chupah, Rev. us. If do Father Hill ol-- Catherine O'Brien. Theodora Lee pa&Hvad be eteureh wil receive a thony's church, of which he was; a both pnnvB ' devout commuaicant. sam fSttH'to find wrth ths Ameri- - taming the rqHUm Ugk bmuw. Bket and France O'Connor Frl- - erdW wlome. toxicated with the allied victory. "War in itself and for itself is the greatest crime 1n the world, and the glory of victory pursued for it self Is a crime," he said. "This world is made for peace and for work In. peace time. The first duty is to' work for our people, not to fight. "Peace We shall have It soon on the same condition wo got victory in war. We must flght for it In the moral sphere as we did in the physical sphere.' Peace has been promised from the first night of Christianity only to men of good will. Good will must be In the bottom of the heart; without it, it is only a sham peace." on the. Washington Disarmament Mrs. L. Maher, Cincinnati, is Shall we adopt street preaching Conference on Wednesday, expressed guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. the B. as a method of diffusing a wider Kirley. Itself in the following: knowledge of Catholic teaching in "Balfour for Great Britain and this country? With the True Voice, Kato for Japan accept 'in principle' 111 Michael Hogan, Sr., who has been tho past thre weeks, shows signs we believe there can be nothing 6aid difficulty of the Hughes- proposal for limitation of Improvement. a?!ilnfit It cxceDt the of sea armament When It comes- to training the speakers. Even this Mrs. Martin Duffy the application of that principle in luncheon bridge club entertained her on Wednesday could be overcome in a very short the secret sessions of the conference at the Audubon Club. time. Over in England they have a and which are yet regular organization of laymen1 for aheadits committees undoubtedly Mrs. J. B. Kirley Is Improving at bo there will street preaching, and it is doing some homp after a serious or the pro her St. Joseph's Infirmary. operation at great work. Many who knew noth grammemoaincatlons as outlined by the American ing of the Church of Christ before Secretary of State. Still that pro Mrs. John J. Glenn was the Sun are now learning about It. We gramme is so large that it will ad day guest of Mr. and Mrs. .James street would not l)mit this work of Smith on the Bardstown road. During the mlt of modifications and yet leavo a preaching to laymen. result of armament reduction, well Miss CJeda MoMahon, St. Charles, war many of our priests were on the La., arrived Tuesday Men." They worth the calling of the conference, tn Jeftersonvllle until to visit friends lists of "Four Minute Christmas. There is every reason to hope that could do that work again for Christ with the Impressive manifestation marriage of Miss Stella O'Con-neTho aa they did it for country. of public approval of the programme and .Arthur Gatto was solemnit will not bo wrecked in modiflca-tion.- ized November 10 in Lexington. WORK FIRST DUTY1. had It Is to be hoped Secretary of as Mrs. J. Ford, South Louisville,Jack The world's greatest soldier has guests last week Mrs. pleasantly surprised us Americans, State Hughesi and his fellow repre Schaefer and her little son Jack. He does not rattle the saber, but sentatives will stand firmly tor the 'Mr. and Mrs. K. Dreaher prefers to eulogize peace. Marsha! American declaration made at the thur Dreaher were guests and Arlast week opening session. Foch warned against becoming in of James J. Reagan, Pewee Valley. r Drs. Harrison and Strassburg' Make a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. Wo Uso All Modern Appliances in the Elimination H Pain. TVo resentatives and nigns forctcr. And I, tho said H. A. J. Puis, do further covenant with tho said H. D. Driver, that there Is now no mortgage, lien or encumbrance on any of ca'd properfy or business or Interest,, and that I, H. A. J. Puis, will not for a period of ten years, engage In or bo connected, directly or indirectly, with any business competjng with tho business herein sold to H. B. Driver, conducted by tho said Driver or by the corporation herein referred to. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this first day of April, 1015. H. A. 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store, Phono City 4603 day afternoon at the Majestic, to see "Little Lord Fauntleroy." Phono City 4C93 Julia Sullivan's birthday anniversary at the home of her parents on Clay street. Tho parlors were tasetefully deco rated for tho occasion, which was guests. enjoyed by thirty-eight A delightful birthday given in honor of Miss party was Western Kentucky fr Lump COAL ipD.DU Witnesses: Arthur M. Wallace, It. G. Frltts. Our business has been very successful since I purchased tho interest of H. A. J. Puis, April' l, 1015. At that time it was a very small business, doing under $300 business during the week ending April 10, 1015, but with hard work and sound business methods we have built up a wonderful trade, independent of any association or combine, and our business for the week ending April O, 1021, ihas over the business for the week of April 10, 1015. Increased 500 We have enlarged our place of business at 421 WEST CHESTNUT STREET, and on Mn 2.J, 1021, we purchased the plant and assets of the Economy Cleaning Co;., which Is one of the most dry cleaning plants in the city. te J. PULS. - - CA Mrs. Fontaine Kremer has returned from Los Angeles and San Francisco, whero she visited her daughter, Mrs. Kettlg Berle; and Major Berlo, U. S. A. Mrs. Berle and daughter, Miss Virginia Leo Berlo, will spend the winter with Mrs. Western Kentucky (tC 7C J For the Best Service and Quality of Work in the City Mine Run $djd Men's :r. Suits $1.50 Eastern Kentucky OH r7C Men's Suite Two-IMc- cc BOTTI PHONES 2635 Thrce-l'icc- o '. Lump tpf.lD Men's Overcoats $1.75 $1.75 ) , TERMS CASIi Berlo's mother. PROHIBITION. Misses Maggie and Mary O'Nell have returned from Dayton, Ohio, Coal Co. Ice whero they attended the wedding on Tuesday'of their niece, Miss Kath-ry- n Phones-Ci- ty 192!) and 1G40 May Cowan, daughter of Mr. South 342. and Mrs. Edward Cowan, and Louis Miss Mary Virginia Burke, Clif Fourteenth and Ormsby. Miss Cowan and her parton, spent last week with her cousin, Shang. Marjorie McDonald, In Crescent ents were former residents of Louisville., Hill. GO. The marriage of Miss Josephine Miss Mabel Hagan has returned from a visit to her parents, Mr. and Deeken and Frank Fell, of New AlMANUFACTURERS! at the Sacred Mrs. George W. Hagan, at New bany, took place Heart church, Seventeenth street Haven. FINE CANDIES and Broadway, the Rev. Father PatJohn P. Langan, who has been ill rick Walsh officiating. Miss Agnes Candy Pullings and Wheels a Specialty tho past ten days, ia1 now getting Fleck was the maid of honor and 1930 West Market Street along' nicely at his home on Hale Joseph Fell was his brother's best man. Phone Shawnee 2347 avenue. , B. & B. and Sports Cloaks and Cloaks, Ladies' $1.50 up PULS DRX CLEANING COMPANY HARRY B. DRIVER & SON PROPRIETORS . --- 421 WEST CHESTNUT STREET. GOODIE CANDY St. Xavier's - n, J'MWJ mKl Sd J Gym-naalu- al ST. - HELENA'S That Trains r, v intran-sigien- ce fam-illc- &&? fimfmW&& Ce-cell- TINNERS b. - -- KORTZ'S BAKERY Hos1-plt- ninety-e- Thirty-secon- ENTERPRISE '- all-da- M 24,-a- Sue, M Groceries, Fresh Meats and Vegetables SCHULMAN'S GROCERY at J scBX&soruorerx nfcusi Me AJMn&xttxcnau, A3our Bpinin (CLAS-Ui) MOW HAVE E UP " BU ( 1 5 Honest i- V- -- 'A I y. oi Tasfc fh L. a VOitu jCXJ(2. 1 WOULD PPOPE12 IT 8 WILLIE FfcR. lf Cg ( V YES M.AvAM ! VUAVJr Air OirUr j '? ( J. N P H H MASOINT 735 E. BROADWAY. GOSS LOUISVILLE, KY. Hem HOME PHONE CITY 2528 EXPERT CLEANING, PRESSING AND ALTERING H. LEVY MERCHANT TAILOR Maker of High Class Ladles' and Gentlemen's Garments nt Moderate Prices CITY 994 402 EAST BROADWAY, AT PRESTON C. J. KEMPER SOFT DRINK S OYSTERS IN SEASON HOT AND COLD LUNCH SPECIAL HOT ROAST BEEP SANDWICHES PHONE CITY 1003 641 WEST MARKET STREET FRED ERHART ARCHITECT POCKET BILLARD TABLES Tables, Bowling Alleys, Supplies and Accessories. display. Sold on the Club Plan easy payments. Authorised dealers for The Brunswlck-Balko-Collend- er Sample line of tables on JOHN OGLE COMPANY Incorporated SEVENTH AND JEFFERSON LOUISVILLE, KY. highland 841 East 9163 WHEN IN THE HIGHLANDS STOP AT EVERYTHING TO EAT AND DRINK BAXTER AND BRECKINRIDGE GEO. "ROMIE8" Incorporated The following are reasons why give thanks on Joseph Hubbuch Sr. & Son some will Thanksgiving day: next FUNERAL DIRECTOR Thursday, All but Munition Manufacturers Dealers in That the. Disarmament Conference 2114 WEST MARKET STREET may end wars and strife. WALL PAPER AND RUGS Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland The City Folks That the amaFALLS CITY HALL BLDG.. teur hunters do not do their wild Wst 1 179. 8 shooting in the city limits. WEST MARKET ST. Kentucky Democrats That "Howdy Ed" Morrow made speeches during the recent campaign. Theater-Goin- g Public That small attendances may force large theaters Funeral Directors to drop their war time prices. Beading Braiding AV. Overton Harris That he Beaked Bags Repaired emerged from the campaign stronger Russell Service Shoppe than ever with the white people and Tclephpne 1022 citizens. 307-- 8 Boston Building Sport Pago Readers That ,tho OOO EJ. 33XCA.r2VA Xellio Russell, Maunder. football season will be over. Attorney La'wrence Grauiman1 Home Shaw. 105 Cumb. West 295 That he made a hit as a campaign speaker. Dan Gill That the Jackson. Democratic Club is still In the ring. FLORIST A. Scott Bullitt .That ,he still retains his popularity with all classes Cut Flowers, Designs, Plants of citizens. NORTON BUILDING L. Sherley Cuniffe That he has a and Greenwood, winter supply of feed for Gallant N. W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson Lad, his racing thoroughbred. Geo. L. Barrett That he is going GAS FITTING AND SEWERAGE to winter in Cuba. Col. Jim Whallen .That he still START ONE THIS MONTH WITH THE has a ROBERT E. SCHULER sonallybig following of friends, perand politically. Louisville Bank PLUMBING Gus Hoertz That he is ahead of George Thornton In the Mackln Fourth and Gentral Avenue Repair Work Promptly Attended To Bowling League. Adam Schneider That the girls 1009 MARY STREET still have many sweet smiles for Phone City 6708 1126-112- Phone, City 4300 Cumb. Phone, Main S580-- A WHY THEY'RE THANKFUL. JOHN B. RATTERMAN When you have bottles to sell see us. have a large stock of all kinds. BOTTLES 020-62- AVhen you want to buy bottles we . City 8714 F. W ALWES & SON 8 T Fchr Avenue Hemstitching Pleating Buttons H,B0SSE$S0N and Embaltaers. THERE IS A DISTINCT ADVANTAGE IN GETTING ANYTHING YOU MAY NEED IN THE SMOKE LINE AT THE FIFTH AVENUE CIGAR STORE 440 SOUTH FIFTH STREET PHONE CITY 8252 BECAUSE OUR ST60K IS ALWAYS FRESH AND COMPLETE fair-mind- ed ' CHAS. J. MERIWETHER DESIGNER AND BUILDER ARTISTIC HOMES Main 345 Gny Leber SIMON P0NTRICH 308 STARKS BUILDING TELEPHONES City 9196 Cbos. Leber Twenty-eight- h LEBER BROTHERS INTERIOR DECORATORS 800 NORTON BUILDING LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Weekly Savings Club South nOME PHONE, CITY 2700 H. TULLY FOURTH AND AVERY STREETS SOFT DRINK STAND CITY 3328 ALSO HOT AND COLD LUNCH him. NATIONAL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION CO. Machine That J. IIOMISER, Prop. llome Phono City 3820 Quin will be just as easy as Smithy. Selden Glenn sge?y'i Most Attractive Restaurant Near again- supreme That Democracy Is ln old Kentucky. Searcy-Chilto- n Oil and Grease FOR MONHY. THE BEST IN THE CITY DROP IN AND GET ACQUAINTED TODAY FOR ALL PURPOSES Kentucky Consumers Oil Company Kentucky Louisville - HER . 0. K. SHEET METAL WORKS. Incorporated IRON CORNICES AND SKYLIGHTS , Union Station. GENERAL CONTRACTORS 64-5- Geo.Waidiein Restaurant Delicious KY. Dr. Chawk That he can beat Ed Shelley and Squire O'Brien playing GALVANIZED 0 BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING LOUISVILLE, Pastries a Specialty. , 917 West Broad wn B. A. Louisville J. A. J. Ohllgsclilagcr, Secretary B. Ohllgschlagcr, President HOME PHONE, CITT S529 Xrapr Home Phone, City 7005 Chas. S. Xrapp OAKDALE DRUG COMPANY Incorporated KRAPP'S MEAT MARKET Wholesale and Retail BEXV, FOXX, YEAX MJFD &AJSS All Kinds 'of Smokpa Kests 108 BAST JEFFERSON STREET PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS 8104 FOURTH AVENUE, TAYLOR AND BERRY BOULEVARDS Yxur Patronage, Large or Small, Always Appreciated PARK 262 PARK 600 . " PHONES C. C. A. KOERNER & CO. GENERAL CONTRACTORS OFFICE AND YARD: BURNETT STREETS FLOYD LOUISVILLE, KY. AND Shawnee 800 Phone Your Wants To West 9200 ARTHUR OUT N. E. COR. HIGHEST QUALITY TWENTY-SIXTH WOERTZ AND MARKET RATE DRUGGIST STREETS LOWEST PRICES Window UPHOLSTERING, DOLL HOSPITAL RUBBER Broken Dolls Repaired JOHN RECOIUS' SONS TIRES PUT ON Hangers, Cleaning OH Shades. Offlce and Works 248 E. St. Catherine. Phono 0501 CARL STOLL, Shades, Curtain DOLL BUGGIES AND IRISH J LEAGUS SOLICITS SUPPORT. MAILSFULL LINE OF TOYS, NOVELTIES, ETC. The Welfare League was formed CITY 9206 in 1918 "to serve Louisville by ad217 WEST MARKET STREET CORNBUNIONS toptwlK Md AbMrotl HiHt Sclrtlflill TnttM DR. JOHN P. BECKER OPTOMETRIST by the fitting of proper glasses. vancing the financial, educational and social effectiveness of the cooperating organizations." It was at first composed of d; twenty-fiv- e well-know- n, philan- Thirty such organizations are now 1a the 507 Welfare League, caring for the poor SUITE 310 STARKS BLDG. lrtkSSSSfc .Starks The conand needy of Louisville. Third Floor stant succession of appeals during Beth Pbores the World' War in every community COR. FOURTn AND Intolerable, InvolvWALNUT STREETS sometimes grewmoney, ing a waste of time and enHome Phone, City 1180 R. A. F!he?s ergy. About 300 communities in HOURS 9 A. M. TO 6 'P.' M. OR this country resorted to the "War DRUGS Chest." By combining all causes BY APPOINTMENT and! making one appeal, this dupliPrescriptions Oar Specialty cation of energy was avoided withSHORT ORDERS OYSTERS out Injury to any of the good inter"ASK YOUR DOCTOR" ests. Out of this situation in 1918 PHONES: HART'S LUNCH ROOM crew the Louisville Federation of 1881 and 9211 AND CHILE PARLOR Cumb., South Social Agencies, which became the Home, City 1881 and 1882 next year the Welfare League, con070 South Sixth Street. tinuing In peace time what proved a FOURTH AND BILL STREETSTwenty Steps from Broadway boon to both citizens and organiza EDW. HART, Prop. tions, la war time. Both Phones 240S FINE PD3S AND GOOD COFFEE HOME COMING AND FESTIVAL. Phone City 5077 REUTL1NGER & CO. The congregation of St. Joseph's Adolpb. Reatllnger , Borne Phone, City 7804 church 'will celebrate with a home Camb. Phone, Went 412-Coming and tur.key. festival next INSURANCE Monday and Tuesday ovenlngsi and & Tuesday afternoon, at Vernon Hall, TORNADO, LIABnilTY AND ? 1575 Story avenue. Refreshments PLATE GLASS HOUSE anil entertainment will be provided, 12 S lOUTH THIRD BTRBBT and friends of the parish are Invited to attend. Tuesday afternoon 1800 WBST MARKET BTRBBT there will be special entertainment Bvery Business Has Something Extra for children. Realdeaee Phone Shawnee 12 9. X.TOBBBS HONORS PRIEST'S MEMORY. Home Phone, Shawnee 803 I!lU"lbv Or. thropic organizations, all endorsed Practice limited to Uriah Z. Litsey and correcting defects ofdiagnosing by the Board of Trade Committee Eyesight Chiropodist on Charitable Endorsement. Bfeigw ,W..- - BiUlt Pharmacy - ma W Frank Hariman Sons iSD D100SAI018 2- -J PAINTERS 1 Virginia plans to pay honor to Father John Banister Tabb, the LESS THAN LAST YEAR, ROOFING, GUTTBRING, SPOUTmO blind poet priest of the South, by Thla year's Irlah potato crop the Institution of a children liRepaired 'Mt 3e a 48e OOTTSS aaa Tin Reefs fHitoglea a and Fainted brary In Richm'ond and the erection Kentucky is estimated at only ieeeelalty Aftphalt Hr.w Xaks eaat Sutt of a memorial monument over the 960,000 bushel, a falllag off of eper cB.t.. lees Jfeaa 1920. Mil WBtT BROADWAY . poet's grave In Hollywood. Boat 2075 PHONWB City lt?t AT 819 J8AST BROADWAY, HAS WHOLS WHEAT FLOUR WHOLI WHEAT BREAD HENRY GO . Mechling That Patrolman ' Loans te those having regular doesn't wattih In his neighor salary, with no publicity borhood. r red tape. Loans to housekeeper Johnny Ri&ocius That the kids n their personal security. break their dolls mighty often. F. R. POOLEY, Quln's Negro Supporters That a Building. prosperous gambling and holdup em 1, Courier-Journseason is ini eight. 410 R. Fourth Street. Junior Order Boys That no was are In sight and they can defend the Hcrra Perfccto Euneva Cigar flag wlthoutany risk. Schrocr's Smokers FJnck Martin, John Hennessy and (UNION MADE) Walter Pllson That there are. still some church choirs to get a trial In. Home Phone, City 6041 The Louisville Public That the Chicago stock yard election' thugs SCHROER BROS. have gone back home. Manufacturers of FINE CIGARS Bill Knebelkamp That Louis- G41 EAST JEFFERSON STREET ville won the pennant and the little ' world's series. GLOBE 8BOUR1TY & LOAW OP Moonshiners That they can Xacorporaut. hardly supply the demand from the A. Lazar, Manager Louisville trade. Dr. Uriah Litsey That some men Money Advanced on Your Plain and women just will wear shoes too 813 west Jefferson 8tre small. (Second Floor) Dick Williams That ho made Home Phone City 3967 good in the political game the first time out. AVI I ERE IOVKS HINGE. Circuit Clerk (Frank Dugan That he made a record In office to be Associated Press reports received proud of. v Thursday ifrom" London say devel Ben Beckman That he will sib opment of tho Irish negotiatolns In a ib'lg Democratic Legislature now seems to hang upon tho denext sesslom cision of the-- Unionist conference at .Col. Haager That he gave 'em Liverpool, and an Indication of what the best In the shop In the recent this decision may be Is seen in the campaign. meeting of Unionists of eleven diAVednesday Andy Klefer That he still ets visions at Birmingham resolution, of night, which adopted a invitations to dances. "hearty approval of the efforts of LouIsv,lll& Automobile Owners' to bring That your auto Is safe If you carry the Governmentconferenlce peace with with the Ireland by a your own watchman df Northern and Capt. Al Martin That he still has representatives many friends in the distillery sec- Southern Ireland." Sir James Craig, the Ulster Pretion. close touch, with mier, has been Drs. Harrison and Strassburg Andrew Bonar Law and other UnThat some people will use their ionist leaders in London, but the teeth to crack nuts the coming sea- delilveny of Ulster's Teply to the Govson. ernment's proposals has been deS. J. McElliott That he finds layed. The vote of confidence acaudiences to hear Irvln Cobb's story corded Sir James Craig at Belfast of the Irish. seems to authorize h'lift to negotiate, as well asi resist Tthe resignation Bob Dundon and Screw Sanders That their political dope makesi as of Attorney General Brown also interesting reading as their racing points: to some new ' development. According to BeTast reports hia resInfo. Dob Page That he ran with the ignation was due to his disagreetop notchers In the recent election. ment with the Government policy reBilly Repetto Thai the minstrels garding Ulster. left some now jokes for him to tell FORMER Y. M. O. A. WORKER. the customers. . L. B. Guthrle grocer, former .Y. MISSIONS IN MISSOURI. M. C. A. worker Inr France during Very Rev. Father Xavtfer" Sutton, the war, was arrested1 Sunday at C. P., the distinguished Kentucky Frankfort, charged with violation of missionary of the Passlonlst order. tho Volstead act. His grocery was B. S. lasi Sunday began a series of mis raided by Prohibition Agent thirty-tw- o sion m North Missouri that will Unthank, who says he found pop bottles filled with cover an entire month. The first is Guthrie was fonmerly guard at St. (Mary's, In "'Harrison county. The others will bo at Wheeling. Oil- at th Buffalo Springs' Distillery and man! City; and Treriton. Rev. Father served a Jail sentence some time ago H. B. Tlerney is pastor of this field for taking out his own whisky from covering six counties. Great results the distillery. are looked for from Father Sutton's NOTRE DAME. mleslonc. . Hazel al v 1 , ( rhum. Dr. POOLEY TIN, SLATE AND TILE ROOFING 642 EAST ST. CATHERINE ST. REPALRING OF ALL KINDS CITY 1705 ' - V '3 A. L. G U N N BAKER AND CONFECTIONER ICECREAM 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET Shawnee 1175 HOME PHONE, CITY 6574 AVest 1175 J. W. BUCHANAN, Manager Retail Yards CLAY COUNTY COAL COMPANY. Incorporated FAMOUS HORSE CREEK COAL EASTERN KENTUCKY BLUE GEM Mines; Hlmn, Clay County, Ky. Yards: 20th and Cleveland Ave. ECKERLE DRUG COMPANY EVERYTHING CUT RATE ALL THE TIME FLOYD AND MARKET Bqth Phones LOUIflVDLLE, KY.' Soft Drinks and Hot Lunch. jjmto PORTLAND REAi:Do:re: 2106 AVE. The Best in the City Phone Shawnee 1416 D op in and Get Acquainted' AL STEBLER, Prop. JOHN B. WATHEN TUHNITUim MOVING AND PACKING 80 South Twenty-iUxtftlhairnee 1986 We e, m. LONG 1984 DISTANCB HAULLNC1 fINTERURBAH . JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED Established 1826 - Loalsrlli. Ky. OFFICII OUTFITTERS STATIONERS . PMNTBRM Home Phone, Parkway 60 Cumb. Phone, South F. F. Valinoti Electric Co. 9235-- J "We Use tho Golden Rule" 013 AVEST MARKET STREET City 4782 PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST INDUSTRIAL LIGHT AND POWKB INSTALLATIONS, RESIDENCE TAYLOR AND BERRY BLVDS. AVHIING, FIXTURES, LAMPS TELEPHONE YOUR DRUG AVANTS AND REPAIRS FRED WARNS, JR. h f BETTER SHOES FOR LESS MONEY LOUISATLLE CEREAL MLLL CO. Incorporated Manufacturers of the Celebrated Brand "NONESUCH" Meal, Grits, Hominy, Cora Flow, Dairy, Hog and Poultry Feeds FLOYD AND BLOOM STREETS SPALDING SHOE CO. Out of the High Rent District EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. Open Evenings Until Nino O'clock moon-shlne- u. Hark Baits, Pres. J. o. jmodi, sec. ana Treas. L. GRAUMAN & 00. iv 3069:South 1265 Eighty meoi aspire to represent the University of Notre 'Dame in deIn bating conteete th4 year, The Rev. 3,- - AVilllam- Bblger, debating coach, will 38 select the team, by a series of preliminary arguments. - HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES Incorporated ana All Kinds of Footwear For the Sealers la All Xlada of Offlce Store Fixture, Safes, Cain Xegla- AVholo Family ters, Sbow Oases. Counters, BnelvlBgr, Zte. Tyro HAMBLY'S Stores 810 WEST MAIW STREET ' 28th and Portland Shaw. 1718 , 18th and Magazine Hbme Phone, City 1838 . City. 7184 1 I HTOlW'X'tJOKrsr JOEXIGJEK JikAaOB3XJLjSaA. kiPVVwtv9tt99 69tC4 lS)ee) Straus ii WELFARE VS. LUXURIES Average Amounts Spent in 1920 For Various Items, by Residents of Louisville. X i! II Herman Ml, I rOUBTM AVENUt in wcowattArea sons J r MARKET STREET ' 1 I J We dive and Redeem Qold Trading Stamps. 9 We Qlve and Redeem Surety Coupons. (Figure for Commodities Are Average for Entire United States as Shown in U, S. Treasury Report.) DO YOU KNOW ABOUT OUR 0 Candy $5.00 .'. $10.00 .$9.50 .$7.60 BOYS' SUITS Household Club Plan? A Convenient and Dignified Method of Purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred Cigarettes Tobacco and Snuff 1 - .$7.60 $10 We are offering vou these Suits at a very special price, just to adver i; tise our Boys7 Department. These Suits are made of good woolen mate i; terials, splendidly tailored and fin ished. I THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW 1 ! j c Payments. The outstanding features of this method are its convenience in making purchases without any considerable outlay of cash. The advantage of buying on the Club Plan during our various sales AT SALE PRICES. Whatever i3 the price of the goods to a cash or a charge customer, that is also the price to a Household Club Plan customer. There is positively no ad vance. a Perfumery and Cosmetics Ice Cream, Soft Drinks, etc. -- $7.00 .$5.75 $4.90 j i i ! j iI There are no "confidential arrangements." It is conducted upon an open basis with a fixed schedule of rates. The first payments and the monthly payments are the same to all. Surety Coupons Are Given to Club Plan Customers OPEN FOR BUSINESS .. Welfare League Contributions .$1.90 ' t -- " " - Luxuries Listed T Welfare Above (J) J; $10 t))ae))eefo)e)f))Bg PURE PASTEURIZED MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS BUTTER A SPECIALTY FORSALE AT ALL GROCERS , ) aw NEW CASH DEPARTMENT STORE eague Contribution Q yjPT -- J. I A THE NAME KENTUCKY & INDIANA DAIRIES COMPANY MEANS J $1.90 Per Capita. Women's and Children's heady to Wear. Men's Furnishings and Piece Goods, in correct styles and serviceable qualities. All articles in store are fresh and new. Our Policy Buy for cash, sell for cash, small overhead, small margin and utmost value. Per Capita. The Customer Will Know That You Watch His Interests If You Sell K. AND I. PRODUCTS OUTLET CASH DEPARTMENT STORE INCORPORATED Welfare League GIFTS TO FOCH. Foch, an Marshal Ferdinand alumnus of. a Jesuit college of France, on Wednesday received a gold sword as a gift from nearly two score Jesuit colleges and universities of the United States. At the same time, the Marshal received tho degree of Doctor of Canon and Civil Laws from Georgetown University. The two ceremonies took place In Washington and were witnessed by a distinguished group, Including Attorney General Harry M. Daugherty, Secretary James J, Davis, Ambassadors J. J. Jusserand of France, Don Beltran IMathiieu, Chile; Don Juan Dionoy Gayangos, Spain, and Frederlco A. Pezet, Peru. Marshal Pooh' has received the greatest reception and welcome ever given any European except Lafayette, also a Frenchman. Campaign, November 15 to 22 KENTUCKY AND INDIANA DAIRIES CO. Incorporated JACKSON AND FEHR AVENUE BOTH PHONES 4203 IF 329 "WEST JEFFERSON STKEET r I SWISS CLEANING -- WALNUT THEATER HOME OF HIGH CLASS PICTURES AND GOOD MUSIC. LEXINGTON. LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK ld . OF- . MEN'S SUITS With Minor Repairs Free Saves Buying. INCOKFORAVaD Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed. Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS Office 017 Soath Fourth. Plnt 009 South Sixth. DOMESTIC -- We are miners and distributors of the best Eastern and Western Kontucky Coal produced, and can therefore furnish your requirements with the best ROGER CASEMENT DIARY. and lowest prices. Consumers will benefit by the purchas of their coal have your order TODAY. NOW. Let us The hitherto unpublished manuWe operate three retail yards at Louisville and also ship anywhere. Special script of the personal diary of Sir load shipments. reducad prices on car Roger Casement has been secured by Tho Nation, Now York, who will publish. It serially. The first HARVEY-JELLIC- O Installment is announced for the WNCOWOSU.TSD) issue dated November 30. After the satis-faction O O AL-- STEAM SHOES For Every Member of the Family at Mrs Joseph Martin Skaln, of LexFor Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. ington, last week announced the engagement of her daughter, MIs3 More than 30,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a total Helen, to Chester Benjamin- Bunte. deposit of more than $13,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by tie The wedding will take place Wed- people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank, nesday morning, November 23, in ' Saint Paul's church. UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND Mrs. Virgil Chapman entertained Tuesday with a luncheon at her home In Paris In honor ot tho brlde- olect, Miss Helen Skaim The house and the table were decorated with pink and white chrysanthemums, the place cards were cuplds and hearts In pink and white and the ices were in slippers, cuplds and other bridal emblems. A wedding caket on the top of which stood a miniature bride and groom, also adorned the table. The nostess was assisted in. entertaining by Miss Grimes, Mrs. Gaitskill and "Mrs. Clayton. WORTHY TRIIHJTE. Where the Quich" Meal Comes In U U FRED FEIGE& SON 431 E. MARKET ST. COAL COMPANY Yard and Eleyator, Popo and Payno Streets. Magnolia. Yard 1000 8. Flrato Street. Yard Fifteenth and Building. Main 033, City 1450. Main Office 411 Starks &1 AH tyUXJKJ Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and Oldest Bank in the State. National BanR of Kentucky FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. Buy St. Bernard Coal PHONES 932 death of Casement his diary 'came Into the possession of Dr. Charles E. Curry, the mathematician and physicist, who was entrusted by Sir Roger with all his personal etfocts and writings. Mr. Curry has written a foreword for the diary, in which, he describes Casement's years of devoted service to the people of the Congo and tho Putumayo, the honors he received in England, and later events which led him to espouse the causo of Irish nationalism. The diary begins at tho time of Casement's mission to Gormany in 1914, and contains a retrospect of the period from 1904 to 1914. DIFFERENCE EXPLAINED. fair-mind- ed A Protestant minister, the Rev. A. Z. Conrad, pastor 314 of Park Street chhnch in Boston, answering questions which had been sent to him, explained the difference between Ku Klux iKlan and the Knights of Columbus. The question ,Ihavo a number of second mortgage notes amply secured, proposed to Dr. Conrad was as folan which I will sell at a sufficient discount to make a very attractive lows: "If the Ku Klux Klan is you outlaw, as you say, what have investment. to say about the Knights of ColumTAMPTON AUBUCHON, Pres. bus?" MARION E. TAYLOR BLDG. City 3430 Main 1932 His answer was: "The two questions have no relation, except antagonism. The Klan is vicious, Tho Goose on "Wrapper Is Assurance That pernicious; a very arrow SOFT DRINKS heart Magic White Naphtha Soap and Magic Flakes aimed at tho are a of liberty, while the Knights patriotic religious organization which, however candies, smokes and other creature Are the Original. Manufactured By we may differ in politics, we can not comforts. but respect as a factor for good In AMBERIOAN WAR MOTHERS. the nation." INOOIUPOIU.TBD Flexner Building, West Chestnut Street HENRY A GOOD INVESTMENT Where the range stand peculiar value. the test A Catholic gentleman provided In his will that his Insane wife be cared where the Hvnnirlinl nn KiimtAvn T for during the remainder of her That's Meal" cornea "Quick by the Sisters of Charnatural life ity.. This provision was contested, Qalek Meal GasiRaatea Sold, butaHed and Uigl ly Raaomsacndtd Judgment being rendered against tho will in the lower courts. The case 215 was appealed to tho Supreme Court Overhauled and Cleaned W. MARKET ST. of the State, which decided in favor of the provision of 'the will. In the opinion the court said: "There will always be Sisters of Charity. The E. G. HEARTICK will ot Thomas Connor left her at Clty21Sl East 2173 his death in kindly hands where he .had placed her In his life. Sine Is 915 E. Broadway. left In the hands of those whose hearts go out and have for centuries gone out to the afflicted of all reAL. S. SMITH, PROP. , ligious faiths!" Tho Supreme Court is a body of and intelligent Americans. They hold no brief for either side of the question and spoke from PORK PACKER knowledge and conviction. There BOTH PHONES 810. was Boiled Hams Specialty benchnot a Catholic sitting on the when this decision was handed down. It 13 an honest andi volunSOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS, tary tribute to the greatest body of THE VERY BEST Christian women in the world, our Catholls Sisters wMtWf borne A decision recently handed down Where the brlgkteet j by the Supreme Court of Missouri would make salutary and enlighten- Where the work ing reading for those who do not llgkteat understand or malign our Catholic Where the caeal Sisterhoods. Coming from a source, cooked beat; noi inuuencea Dy prejudice, it nas t Where work la dose Where eookbag aaei real taaj Where haklag jtves i lights Where dmdge la tat alght where That's "Quick Meal" asaa 1 , FURNACES $2.50 GEHER & SON, fttmW. SMITH'S SON GRAN Funeral Director oajef)4Beaea)e)ea0ejet)ia FISCHER a fair-mind- ed and Embaimeri I EPPING'S imtmDtwnfwtiiimniinw llltl 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, CONDUCTS RETREATS. MAGIC SOAP COMPANY Mmpr. 1201 Story Avenue. ' M. J. BAHMK, Louisville, Ky. Prw. aid Truf. ) Father Bernard, C. P., on Saturday commenced a retreat for the Sisters of the Good Shepherd, at Eighth and Madison streets, which will close on November 23. Father Alexander? C. P., has gone to Evansville, Ind., where he gave a retreat to the Little Sisters of the Poor, EIGHTY IN CAST. A hoautlful comic operetta, for some time past being rehoawed under tho direction, of i," Rev, DOUGHERTY & McEHIOTT I Funeral I Cumb. Main & OASEY CHRISTMAS PLANS. PnsUwt Md t. IAM8H. JR., Vies II M ' ; P: BANNON Sewer aa Cwlverf PIPE ibhbbhj, jinbTile, CO. j Wall CeaiB&Drata VltrifteClrlcl, LIhIhr', Fire Brick Fire Free! FIe Crate aad Belter Tile, Fire Clay, Chlaaaey Teas. OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. ;, Baaaea r&ieBi naaea ripe iar Pip, . j j J WORKS PHONES CITY B73.1786.rCUMB. MAIN:507.m Thirteenth aa4 Breeklarldga m& Wbtlk mmi Magxalia. COAL OO. !NEW O. T. COAXj YARD S Bgy Clay and Fulton Streets. .Grade Geal at thevery lowest prices. Give us a trial. , City 4489; Cmb, Basl S5I0G , Presera,tions to make Christmas tho banner Christmas for K. o,f C. welfare worflc are under way by councils of tho Knights df Columbus throughout the country. Supreme Knight James A. Flaherty, la recog nition or the Chrltsmas relief work which the K. of C. have done In past years and wdalch the"y will do thifc Christmas, ihas been ejected honor ary President of the Santa Claus HUNDREDS ATTENDED. Assooialtion of America, which anHundreds o.f men attended Cathonually provides for thousand of poor children who1 writo Santa lic missions held last week- in St. Clajus through the malls asking him Raphael's and St. Joseph's churches to help ithem, have a Merry Christ- at Springfield, . Ohio. They were conducted by theDomlnlcan Fathers mas. Inmates of orphanages ot all de- J. R. Clark, J R. Fannon, Patrick nominations will receive good cheer iMaher and Richard Oahlll. The, from the "Casey's" this year as in missionaries- alternated in the seriormer years, so that thousands of vices at (tKei respective churches,. littles ones and afflicted elder perAPPOINTED AUXILIARY. sona In eveny State of the Union will be benefited by K. of O. gifts. Very Rev. Consignor Edward F. Especially will the K, of C. of the on. making Christmas day Hoban, D, 'D., chancellor one of bappl&eea for the thotuswsadfc Archdiocese ot. Chicago, baa been of veterans in Government o&rtract appointed auxiliary to the Arch and military and marine hospital, bishop of Chicago and. titular Bishop with double rations of Chrletraas ot Cologne. con-centr- The regular business meeting of the American. War Mothers was held Thursday afternoon at the Tyler Hotel. Several Important reports were read and discussed and the proceedings, were ot more, than1 ordinary interest. , The War Mothers are 'devoting their energies to the welfare ot our soldier boys who served or were disabled in1 the World War. Directors and Embdlmefsi BOTH PfXOrcXCtS. 209S-- o Prof. Dentllnger, organist at St, Vincent de Paulas church, will be given at St. Xavler's College for thrse per formances, Novomber 20, "57 and, 29. Over elglhty persons are in the cast.' ELIZARETHTOWN. Two November weddings of Interest at EUzabethtown were those of Miss (Minnie Skaggs, of that place, an'd RudoJph J. Weber, of Louisville, and M(ss Dona Ray, also of that city, an,d Henry J. Brian, of Colesburg. All are well known young people and held in high ;' imnn'MitimtHwwfH JMVVtVVVVVVVVVVV,VVVVVVVvy UDDS Home City it n mi 1 x ; i!UMASrnONE88 . CUMBERLAND MAIN : IJ. J.... BARRETT'S SONSiI ' FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. JVXalix 371y f I ttty esteem wthere they reside. S3l East . MMHMUUHmiMHVmMHMUUVWM Mate street. during the remainder of the evening a Thanksgiving sale will be . , conducted. . 'OYSTER SUPPER. The men of Holy Trinity churcb, New Albany, will giye an oyster supper at Holy Trinity School hall pn the even'Ine of Nlovftrtiher 21. and m.Y, B.AXi Funeral Director and Embalmer Le T3a U7-Tl . f- . CWBBTKUT IXKUBVIUA XX, j