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LOUISVILLE, KY SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1919
, Assault Is a crime In every State.
Could there pcsslbly bo Imagined a
-Tvo-aoveriths of tho entire Social- more heinous cao or assault than
1st vote of tho SUito was cast In that'lavolvcd In profiteering? Away
Kenton and Canupboll counties In tho with legal quibbling! Let us faavo
recent election, over 1,200 votes out our Just laws strictly enforced!
of the total vote of 4,221 cast In tho
entire 120 counties.
TIME FOR ACTION.
' Tho 'United States has stood for
Insults and Injury long enough from
the Carranza misfit government in
Mexico. The lime for action has ar
rived, and Carranza, Villa and tho
rest of .unprincipled bandlta should
bo called to account.
Make the vampires of tho business
world suffer for their blood-sucking!
OUR OLl FOE,
WIEERE I1LAME RESTS.
There Is no doubt that responsi
bility for tho failure of the treaty
rests upon President Wilson hlmsplf,
who directed his supporters in the
Senate to vote against ratification
and upon thefee Senators who follow
ed 'his instructions. Wo aro-not
sorry that the treaty failed though
we were not opposed to accepting It
with proper reservations.
Tho Courier-Journal and. Times,
like others of tho daily press, stop
M nothing in their ab.uso of men
whom they designate as Sinn Fein
ers, pro-Germans, pro-Itallanu and
pro everything else, because of op
position to tho League of Nations.
But these same critic havo no fault
to And with tho vast amount of pro
British "propaganda now flooding
this country, nor can they see any
fault In their pro-John Bull attitude.
Tho nigger in the woodpile may be
accounted for the fact that Lord
Northcliffo left $160,000,000 in .this
country in 1917 for tho circulation
of English propaganda.- s
NEED BE NO FEAR.
There need be no fear that tho
reservations adopted by the Senate
will pinnate European nations from
us. Naturally enough, Great Britain,
France and Japan would like to havo
us guarantee, their new acquisitions
of. territory. But they need cur ma
terial resources too much to cut
themselves off from us, even though
we decline to Ijecomo a member of
ttwir so-called League of Nations.
America needs first to safeguard its
own freedom of action, and its own
interests. Europe is capable of tak
ing caro of Itself, and wo shall bo
much better off If wo keep free of
foreign entanglements. Wo have
nothing to gain and everything to
lose by undertaking to police the
world at tho behest of a League of
The British propagandist in at his
wits' end for ways to combat the
growing influence of the Friends of
Irish Freedom organization. He can
not understand -that this organiza
tion owes Its success to the fact that
its alms are really tho last word In
American patriotism, for certainly
no better evidence of faith in Amer
ican institutions could be found than
is afforded by the effort to apply
American principles of government
to and sot tip the American ideal of
liborty in an ancient nation, a nation
that ifor six hundred years before
the American Revolution had waged
a. losing fight for liberty against tha
foe of American independence and
that is still carrying on that self
same light with a vJg'ir and in
tensity that deserves success. Of
course the single-track narrow-gauge
mind of tho British propagandist
can ndt understand this. Ho be
lieves, and with somo reason, that
Americans crave a closer union with
Great Britain. He accepts the plat
tudes of the snobs and toadies and
tuft-hunter- with, whom he foregmh
ers as the true expression of Ameri
can public opinion. Howover. the
success of tho Friends' organisation
and action of the Senate on the
League of Nations question ought to
bo sufficient proof that Americans
still beJIevo in thoso principles of
liberty which faavo come down to
thorn from tho fathers of the republic.
WHINE IS PROOF.
British military authorities havo
apologized to the Corporation and
citizens of Cork for tho brutalities
of tho SlvropiMre regiment in the
recent unprovoked attack on' the
peoplo of that city, and have- prom
ised to punish the .ringleaders when
they are discovered. Now -wo are
reasonably certain that no ono will
be punished for the military rowdy
lam; nay moro, we believe that the
soldiers did not run amuck merely
to gratify their own antl-lr'sh feel
ings, but Leoauso they knew that
such tactics nad.tb.o secret approval
or Dublin Castle. The apology ten
dered to the city by their superior
must havo surprised them. -.Wo no
tice, however, that the military au
thorities have not promised to pay
for tho injury done to person and
There can be no doubt but that
there Is a great deal of really crimi
nal profiteering gcing on in this
country at the present time, and it
Is equally certain that this exploita
tion of the people for extortionate
gain Is responsible for most of the
unrest and embryonic revolutionary
phenomena everywhere apparent
Therefore it Is tho plain duty of the
Government, State as well as Fed
eral, ays the Catholic Telegraph, to
take rigorous measures to put an
end to the .rapacity of men who prey
upon the people by manipulating the
food and clothing: markets. There
should be no Surry to revoke the
war time regulations. Let the Gov
ernment eoatimie to fix prices, and
let it deal out swift punishment, in
both fines and imprieomneat, to the
unpatriotic, avaricious and con
selflDeelces. profiteers. It is arrant
nutuenae ttf pretend that ire have no
laws which eover th crime. Profit
eering in food stuffs wearing1 ap
parel and shoes, as it is practiced to
day, to nothing short of conspiracy
against the nation, It ie a most
cruel attack upon the HeaKh and the
Chief Secretary for Ireland Mac
Pherson says that one of tho rea
sons for. the unrest in Ireland and
for the failure of tho Government's
efforts to "pacify" that country is
that there aTe ninety thousand
young men there who ought to 'have
emigrated. Well, dear me! And so
it Is a cnlr.e for any young Irishman
to remain in his own country? Of
course the crime Is all tho more
glaring aw I unforglveable wihen ho
remains to develop the now Indus
tries which Sinn Feiners have start
ed In every considerable town in
Ireland, south, east and west. Tho
Chief Secretary's whine is proof pos
itive of the utter Incapacity of tho
British authorities In Ireland and of
the contempt pt the people for Brit
ish 4aw and tho British power. Tho
Government, however, may as well
make the best of tho fact that tho
voung men are there to stay and
that Ireland lias made "P its mind
to be no longer dependent on Brit
ish manufacturers (there's the rub!)
for anything that can be produced
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President Tlni O'Leary.
Vice President Walter Murphy.
Financial Secretary John Urod
erlck, 1850 Portland avenue.
Recording Secretary John A.
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Meets second and fourth Mondays.
Bertrand Hall, Sixth street.
.President John J. Barry.
Vice President Mark J. Ryan.
Recording Socretary Lawrence
Financial Secretary Thomas J.
Langan, 2114 Hale avenuo.
Treasurer John F. Bijrke.
Sergeant-at-Arma Patrick Con.
Sentinel M. J. McDermott
December 11 Paulist Choristers
at the Armory.
December 14 and 21 Presentation
Academy entertainment, afternoon
at 2:30 o'clock.
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Mrs. Raymond Barrett visited last
week at Prestonia, tho guest of
Mrs. Sallie P. Durrott.
Mrs. Thomas Murphy, of St. Mat
thews, has been visiting her sister,
Mrs. Mae Connor. '
Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward -J. O'Brien
left Thursday afternoon on a visit
to New York City.
Will F. Johnson spent several days
last week visiting his mothor, 'Mrs,
Martha Johnson, at New Haven.
Mrs. Errol P. Johnson has return
ed from a week's visit to her father.
uc-wJing Nevltt, at (New Haven.
Messrs. John Monohan nnd Ed
ward Mcnohan have returned from
a liuntlng trip in Southern Ken
Messrs. John and Charles Shehan
spent several days last week visiting
their sister, Miss Emma Shehan, at
The many friends of James T.
Shelloy will be glad to Jearn that ho
has recovered entirely from his re
'Miss Gussic iHines, of Jeffcrson
vllle, has returned from n stay cf
several weeks with relatives at Ko
komo, Peru and -Chicago.
M. J. Collins, the well-known L.
& N. engineer, who was injured re
cently, is now recovering rapidly
from the effects of his accident.
With impressive ceremony the
Forty- Hours' Adoration will open to
morrow, tho iirst Sunday Jin Advent,
at 'the Cathedral on Fifth street The
beautiful services will be directed by
Father Rock, the pastor, and Father
Francis O'Connor, and will come to
a solemn close Tuesday.
Joseph E. Smart and bride, who
was Ml'as. Marguerite Portman, are
making their homo with the bride's
parents on West Chestnut' streot.
It's now "Grandpop" McDermott
for ex-Councilman M. J. McDermott,
a little girl arriving at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McDermott, Jr.
The regular matinee and evening
dances for soldier and service men
will be given this afternoon and
evening at the K. of C. club house.
Mr. arid Mrs. Philip O'Brien havo
returned from South Bend. Ind.. and
have taken tho apartment on Cher
okee road, recently occupied by Mr.
and Mrs. IP A. Lancaster.
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BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY
ICE CRRAM M'F'R'S.
1104 South Seventh Street
IPhouo City 6574
"Ai Ne.f to You u tbe Nearest Phone;
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Martol, who
were married at St Boniface church
on November 23, 1869, had a happy
celebration of their golden jublleo
on Sunday at their homo, 1107 State n ir it r n X T H.T. AM r n C
street, New Albany. Accompanied t U N K A IX t li U W K )
by many rolatlveaiand their children,
the agea couple attenaeu a junuee,
mass In the morning at St. Mary's'
Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Shelley
announce the marrlugo of their
daughter, Miss Blanche Shelley, to
Robert H. Haag, on November 20. at
St. Frances of Rome church.
COLL IN RACE.
Bernard A. Coll, ex-County Treas
urer and one of JefforsonvllJe's lead
ing merchants, is a candidate dor
tho Dem6cratlc nomination for his
old ol&ce, in which he made a record
that was never before oqualed. Bar
ney, is popular with the rank and Hie
of the people of the city and county.
and though there are six candidates
ho should have no trouble in being
nominated and elected.
Tho Christmas Shoppe which the
Queen's Daughters Will hold on Sat
urday, December 6, from 9 a. m. to
6 p. m. at C57 South Fourth street,
headquarters of the National Catho
lic War Activities, promises to be
finer this year than ever before.
There will be gifts for every mem
ber of the family. For the grown-
.uph whc( love the artistic there will
be an Kinds 01 fancy articles, sola
pillows, pin cushions and bags, aud
for thoso with more practical taste
there will be the daintiest and
sheerest of undergarments and
aprons for every occasion. The doll
table will be a delight to all chil
dren, for, old Santa has prepared
for- it his choicest dolls, In spite
ojf the sugar situation there will be
a cake and candy table nnd those
with a sweet tocth can find an
abundance of delicious homo made
cakes and candies. The following
ladies will have charge of the dif
ferent tables: Fancy articles.. Mlsa
Eleanor Harris; children's dresses.
Mrs. George A. Burkley: under
wear, Mrs. John H. Metcalfe; sofa
pillows, Mrs. Edwin Yaa Hauten;
aprons, Miss Katie Collins; cakes,
Mies. Wilhalmlna Waller: candy,'
Miss Marie Pietner; dona, Mise
Miss Henrietta Falk entertained
with a kitchen shower Sunday even
ing in honor or her consln, MI33
Helen Eve Landes, who became tho
bride. of William ip. Hennessy, on
A very pretty wedding took -place
Wednesday morning when William
M. Hotea, of Jeffersonville, led to
the altar Miss Elenoro P. Eagle, of
New Albany, at Holy Trinity church.
Rev. Father Curran performed the
ceremony and celebrated the nuptial
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Schreiber an
nounce the marriage cif their daugh
ter, Miss Esther Sdhroiber, to Eu
geno H. Murphy, which took place
Thanksgiving day. To the happy
couple Is extended tho congratula
tions of a host of friends.
Maml fkihitTntn-nn; nln auafiinna.
tt Virm of the peopl at -.' Mrt j; , Watbea, Jr.
One of the beautiful Thanksgiving
day weddlijgs. was that of (Miss
Helen Oaborn, the accomplished and
attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
William Osbornr and Arthur J. Nal
ley, a popular young man of South
Louisville, which, was solemnized
with nuptial muss at Holy Name
church, Rev. John O'Connor per
forming the ceremony
last week .found tho usual num
ber of Louisvlllo people regUtered
at tho New York hotels, among
them being Mr. and Mrs. A. M.
Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Web
ber, .Miss Emma Bennett. Mrs. J. B.
McFerran, Mies Anna W. Barr, A.
L. Straus, J. C. Trowbridge. Charges
Stewart, Fred E. Hoerter, Paul
Blazer, J. c. Codeiu
Thanksgiving day one of the sea
son's most brlMiant weddings was
solemnized at the Cathedral, when
J. Otto Kaufman led to the altar
Miss Anna Lee Rellhan, the lovely
daugbtar of Mr.- and Mrs. Daniel
Rellhan, South Eighth! street. Both
bride and groom are popular in
Catholic social circles,- and the
church was filled with admiring
friends and well wishers. '
church, nnd In tho afternoon a re
cepticn was hold at tho family resi
dence. Mr. and Mrs. Martol resided
In LoulsviHe until 1891, when they
anoved to Now Albany. Thoir chil
dren are Mrs. Henry Hanka, Bnr
den; Mrs. Herman Jacobs, Louis
ville: Mrs. Henry Weinminn. Mrs.
Edward Lolst. John.Martel and Miss
Maymo Mattel, of New Albany. T.ney
have seventeen grandchildren.
Holy Trinity church was throng
ed Wednesday merningto witness,
tho marriage of Miss Helen Eve
Landes to William P. Hennessy.
Rov. J. P. A. Berrsheim, the pastor,
saying the nuptial mass nnd per
forming the ceremony. Miss Julia
Hallihan was bridesmaid anil HaiTy
J. Hennessy, brother of tho gioom,
was groomsman. liss Henrietta
Falk, a cousin of tho bride, was
maid of honor, and Norman L.
Murnhy nnd Charles P. Fleece act
ed as ushers. An augmented choir
rendered the music with Mrs. D. J.
Honnessy as soloist. Following the
wedding breakfast served at tho
homo of tho bride's mother, Mrs.
Carolino Landes, .of 1120 East
Breckinridge street, tho happy
young couple left on a bridal tour
to Washington, Now York City and
othor Eastern points. The newly
weds wore glfon a rousing send-off
at tho depot, folowing an no.oi"o
bllo narado of annrftoriatoly deco
rated machines and the usual show
ers of rice.
A SPECIAL SPRAY $3.00
A SPBCIAX WREATn S5.00
toudft iVa-nor larirva?
We telegraph Flnwprp F'
GROWTH OF CHURCH.
In 1831 thoro were only 831
Catholic churches In tho whole
United States, and it was considered
a large number. Now there aro far
moro than that in tho State of Now
York alono. In many of our larger
cities you might hear mass in a- dif
ferent church or chapel every Sun
day' in tho year.
DONATE TO SHRINE.
In honor of the Blessod Virgin
Mary there will be many donations
to tho National Shrine of the Im
maculate Conception to be oreoted in
Washington. This great feast of tho
church falls on December 8, and all
contributions ahould bo sent to the
Rev. Dr. Bernard McKonira, Catholic
University,-. Washington, D. C. Every
Catholic in the United States should
malco a donation and thus take part
in tho erection of tho national
shrine and hasten 'its completion.
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Doubles life, of new cars. Improves old
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Uniformed and efficient service In all
seasons; dally delivery service to all
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A pink tea was given on Saturday
afternoon by Mrs. D. J. Gleeson at
her home on Bardetowm toad In
honor of her slater. Miss Anna Lee
Rellhan, whose marriage to J. O.
Kaufman .took Place on Thankserv-
inc day The otor Mhtwe of pink Youth,"
The Catholic Pre-Review Service
is dedng an excellent work by keep
ing, tho public Informed regarding
clean films. Describing how decis
ions are arrived at, Charles J.
"What ds the standard by which
we judge plctureo? Easy! The
wrltGr, who reviews for this service,
has a wife and yoqng daughter, it
a picture is clean ana .wnoiesomo
enough for them to view, he ap
proves it .from a moral standpoint.
It there is real entertainment in it
he says so If not he say3 so. We
are trying to serve your family as
we would want, our families sorved.
That's all. No frill,- no 'holler than
thou' attitude, no axe- to grind, no
desire to harm, no "baneful Influence
to 'bow to. As CathoHce, we never
forget that this service is chiefly for
Catholics we bear in mind always
the teachings of tfbe church. This
is a safe standard by which to judge
The latest motion pictures approv
ed as clean and entertaining include
"Soldiers of Fortune," all star ca;
Ann of Green Ganee," Mary Miles
Minter as star, aid "Evangeline,"
"The Mg Crate wjllop," "The Win
ning Stroke," "The Ace of the. Sad
dle," "MerryGo-Kound," "Jinx,"
The Speed Janac," "Syes of
"Mytrtery of the Yellow
"A Glr; in
while'. .was carried out In the I Room," "Sacred Silence,"
and in the tvum of dainty Bohemia," "Tbe (boat rnew."
Monday, morning tho funeral of
Thomas F. Duffy, aged twenty-nine,
was hold at St. William's church.
Ho was the son of Thomas and
Bridget Duffy, 1212 South Sixteenth
streot, and brother of MIss-Kather-ino
Duffy, and among his associates
was well likod and popular.
Sunday night death called Mrs.
Josephine Miller, aged thirty-eight,
beloved wife of Louis J. Miller, at
tho family home, 2202. West Market
street. Her funeral was hold Wed
nesday morning from St. Anthony's
church. Besides her husband sho
is survived by her parents, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Adam Miller; threo sisters,
Mrs. F. A. Vogol, Mrs. W. M. Irion
and Mrs. W. H. Osborn, and a
brother, Edward W. Miller.
Early Sunday morning Mrs. Mary
A. Plappert,. seventy-one years old,
widow of Herman Plappert, passed
away at her homo, 1042, East Cald
well streot, mourned by all who
knew her. She is survived by two
sons, Conrad and Joseph Plappert,
and three daughters, Mrs. Josoph
Kruse, Mrs. Thomas Furlong and
Mrs. Fred Kantlehner. Funeral
services were held Tuesday morn
ing at Holy Trinity church.
Friends and relatives wore deep
ly grieved to learn of the death
early Monday afternocki of Richard
Fitzgerald at his home, 1922 West
Main streot. The funeral took
place Wednesday morning from St.
Patrick's church, attended by many
as a tribute of respect. He is sur
vived by his widow. Mrs. Mary
Brelning Fitzgerald; three daugh
ters, Misses Kathryn and Marie
Fitzgerald, and Mrs. O. M. Bache,
and three sons, Clifford, James and
Fred tlayman, an aged and re
spected resident of this city, died
early Mpnday morning at tho home
of bis daughter, Mrs. J. B. Redruon,
209 North Twenty-fourth, street.
Besides Mrs. Redmon he is survived
by Tour other daughters,, Mrs. John
Hutchison, Mrs. Alfred Stone, Mrs.
John L. DIehl and Mrs. John Bay
ley. Funeral fservkes were held
Wednesday morning at St. Boniface
church, where he had long been a
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OU KNOW how boys are; they're
absorbed in boy-things they don't take
care of themselves.
A boy plays in thp cold or the rain with
out much thought of any consequences; you
have to look after him all the time.
Be sure your boy has a good Overcoat;
get one that will wear well, and get it stylish
enough so he'll be proud of it.
Hart Schaffncr & Marx Overcoats
for boys are best. We have others
less expensive but of splendid qual
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$10 to "$35
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OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS UNTIL 5:30.
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INSTALLED AND REPAIRED
Plumbing and Gas Fitting.
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