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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 PATROE CREAGERS BUSINESSI SCHOOL Second aid Breckl ridge H XXIXNO 2 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY DECEMBER 14 1912 PRICE FIVE CENTS t 1f1 I JEALOUSJ iltrofr Baptist World Attacks AUceil Toady li S to Catho U r licl Church Overlooks That Catholics Arc Always on bideh of Kcllgious llItlitert1i licceiit Election Disproves Ar gument That Catholics Vote as Unit J AFRAID30F GROWING STRENGTH 4 1 r The following article headed Toadying to the Catholics is taken from this weeks Issue of the Baptist World published at 660 South fourth avenue and the spirit of Christian forbearance displayed must certainly make local liberal minded Baptists ashamed of their official organ In the Associated Press dis patches for Thanksgiving morning a special feature was made of the tact that President Taft and the pablnet and other high officials TIsere to observe Thanksgiving day by mass at St Patricks Cathedral in Washington Now it is r a Cjmtry and one has the right aksgivlng day what ho rn does not AT W U to the Catholics on many occasions It is just partisan politics to catch the Catholic vote which Is supposed to be deliverable Ina body In a sense not true of the Protestant vote It Is true that Protestants have 110 Popo and no Cardinals to Issue orders on such subjects but all the same this Is a Protestant country and public sentiment is very much alive these days The existence of the Knights ot Columbus may serve to arouse Prptetsant sentiment so as to defeat the object of this benevolent or ganization to make this a Catholic country We think it is a good time to emphasize afresh tho fact that in this country separation between Church and State is a fact and not a mere theory The American peo ple know very well that religious liberty was won in this country In spite of the Roman Catholics Tho only real menace to that liberty Is found in the allegiance of Roman Catholic citizens to the Pope of Rome as superior to that of America The American people will not stand for the effort to make the Roman Catholic+ hierarchy the American Btato church by precedent and by IntfJgue Wo consider this effort of the Taft administration an affront to the American people to their Intelligence and to their patriotism We will go further It would be an affront to try to make any church In Washington the official church on State occasions when It Is under stood that the Government officials appear That will apply tO the Calvary Baptist church as truly as to fit Patricks Catttedral It is a distinct innovation that Is Inconsistent with American tradition and institutions The Government has nothing to do with any church In an official capacity As Individuals each has his own rights As a Gov ernment they have no rights and no prerogativeWe that it is an added at front to have made a habit of going to the Catholic Cathedral because of the very history of religious liberty in this country We think it iIs time for Prot estant Journals and all lovers of Il religious liberty to speak out Public sentiment must be arQused The Catholics are already rejoicing over this official prominence We von ture to suggest that it may become necessary to make a marked man out of every politician who toadies to the Catholics Instead oteuch action being a Way to win votes It can be made a way to lose votes That is the only klndot resistance that will count The Catholic vote Is believed to be solid It remains to bo Beijft libw politicians win faro who give such affronts to the lovers of religious liberty In this country No State church In America No Catholic State church In the United States If it Is true as charged above by the Baptist World that the Catholics vote solid why did not Taft make a better showing In the recent elec tion1 because According to tbe Worlds argument they ahould bay rattle to a man araundyTaft but nero pin tfal benighted editor doMUt hUe to go out of bllsow11 D IfrIT7 r U KENTUCKY IRiSH AMERICAN VOLUME city to disprove his argument as the prominent leader of Wilsons cam paign in Louisville were Catholics He also stages that American lib erty was won In oplte of the Roman Catholics When did the Catholics oppose lliberty and were not all the Cathblle heroes in 1776 and 1812 oh the side of liberty Another of wrongAnotherbo that Catholics give allegiance first to the Pope In matters of State and fairminded people would like his authority for that statement In regard to making this a Catholic country from a religious standpoint the Baptists Methodists or any qther sect havE the same privilege and the suggestion of boycotting and persecution as intimated by the World will never hinder the prog rear and the writers vague asser tlons will not hinder but only epeed on the growing success of the Catholic church OWENS OUO Sarto Council Proving It self the Real Live Wire a Sarto Council Y M I which is proving itself a live wire In Owens boro Catholic circles at an en thusiastic meeting last week elected the following officers for the coming yearPresidentElmer IL Brown First Vice PresidentCharles E SweeneySecond Vice President J Woodle MillsFinancial SecretaryThomas Til den Aull Recording Secretary George Gott Brl retary Leo 1inch of a1itiniirornIseBto make the contest a fine thing for the council as the married men will make the bachelors go a fast route to wlntA large class will be brought IIn before Lent and the council is out tto send two delegates to Plttsburg next year The newly elected officers 3 met last Sunday to shape plans for t work Immediately on taking office- rPOPE F1TJS Ir I Decrees Peace Prayer Par 1 Mexico Asking DivinebJ Intervention I Tn obedience to a Papal decree I there began Sunday at midnight in c every Catholic church throughout tho republic of Mexico a special mass I for Divine intervention in Mexico In St Peters at Rome at the same hour or 6 oclock Rome time Monday I morning the Pope himself joined In the prayers for the restoration of peacg Mgr Bogglani the Apostolic I Delegate officiated In the Church of Gnadalbupe whore a oervlce of Unusual solemnity was planned al though the services in the Cathedral wore almost equally impressive That the revolution in Mexico has resulted In conditions so bad that something more than human agencies is neces say to right them appears to be Indicated not only by the reports of rebel operations but by the action ot the Secretary of the Interior Rafael Hernandez The Secretary recently summoned Mgr Bogglana and appealed to him to use his power of the church to assist In restoring order Archbishop Mora also was summoned but happened to be out of town The Secretary requested that the Pope issue a decree to that end WELCOME VISITORS Welcome visitors here this week were John Cummlngs and wife ot Canton Ohio who were guests of Mr and Mrs J 8 Burns of 1319 Winter avenue Mr CummIngs as his name Indicates Is an Irishman Like others ot his race he settled In Canton years ago and by Industry and integrity he has amassed a for tune and Is today one of the most respected and influential resldqnts of that city While iIn Louisville Mr Cummings was shown over the city and made many friends Resays that were he to leave Canton he knew no better place than this to makfl bIB fuiura home From hero Mr dildMis Cummlngs left for Florida where they will spend the winter months ELECT JAMES OJIARA The New Albany branch of the National Letter Carriers Association Which Includes practically all the postmen connected wIth the New Al bany office have elected JamM OHara u President for the coming 7ftf This prfMiiMtlon has for Kv chief purpose mutual and iek ben tits for ti member 1 WAYLAND More Light on Wnylnnd and Ills Double Life and Suicide Feared Disclosures the Govern ment Was About to Make Public Both Menace and Appeal tpllcu son Involved With IIlm BRANDED AS A MURDERER More light has been shed on the ignominous life and death of J A Wayland whose Appeal to Reason and Menace have been so hostile to rtIthe cause of Waylands suicide as follows Tho owner of the Appeal to Reason and the Menace was about to appear before the Federal grand Jury and another indictment was expected to be found against him The Appeal staff gave as a reason for the suicide his being harassed by the Government The real cause Is the sudden death of a girl at Aurora after a surgical operation and the shipping of her body to Canada for burial She was formerly employed at the Appeal plant at Glrard but was transferred to the Monaco at Aurora It Is charged Wayland sent henchmen to Canadian border with the body and footed the bills Indict jjt under the Mann act was ex- It appears that Wayland laiiblo life In a doublo spapermanhe aeon which jo mans Ile c v II Iw 18 rp1t nnsaying that nothing but good should 11 be spoken of the dead Wayland did not consider himself bound by the canons of pagan decency The dead I and the living were equally deluged a with his filth He did not want to II- bo known as the owner of the Menace Just as he did not want to be known as the principal in the murder of the Menaces stenog f rapher He acknowledged the Appeal nd the unfortunate woman who was known as Mrs Wayland The I Menace and the stenographer he was not prepared to acknowledge Both have been discovered The man who osed as the purifier of society has een branded as aseducer and a- i murderer III i United States Attorney H J J Bone In response to inquiry regardlI Ing the suicide of Wayland Il claim made by the Appeal to Reason II Waylands paper in connection with I It said The suicide of Wayland was without doubt caused by the disclosures to be made as a result J of the vIgorous investigation to be made by the Government concerning the methods of the Appeal to Reason and Us staff which will doubtlessly be made public within the next few I days The developments resulting from tho report ot the Federal grand Jury and from other sources will reveal the righteousness of the Governments course of action and contention The Government was in possession of sufficient facta to prove beyond doubt among other serious charges that of perjury against J A Wayland and other serious charges against Wayland and members of the staff ot the Appeal and associated publications includ ing the Menace published at Aurora Statements made by Way land shortly prior to his suicide are proof that he had learned of some of the results ftlie Investigation being conducted by the Government ae he statedt within Ute last few days before his suicide that he would not be able to stad tho disgrace which would result from the disclosure of the facts about to be made public I Waylands suicide in the eyes of the Government is convincing proof of ills guilt I Understand that action I tins been taken by tile Kansas and Missouri authorities which will fur ther bear out the Governments con tentlon The false affidavit made by one Lovejoy In the Appeal was noth- Ing more than a repetition of and oh a par with the faked and false stories published by tho Appeall inII connection with the sensational dis appearance of George Shoat of theI Appeal staff who had claimed to have discovered the plot of Gen Otis publisher of the LOB Angeles ninesj having himself Instigated the dYna- miting of the Times building whichl malicious nnd ridiculous Uewas properly disproved by tho confession of the McNamaras whom Shoat and theAppeal were evidently trying toI shield Uls well known that this man Lbvojor for year had been trying to peddle and tell informatlotIwhich he claimed to damaging character on Wayland andI Warren and tHe Appeal to many dif ferent person an eoacerniI jhii himself has proved that be antI j willing to erve two rHUb- q JiJ receipt for motiey received which he asked for to keep his family from need and for su is received for serv ices which ho never performed are In the Governments hands His contemptible Jatt mpt to besmirch the character ot Pittsburgh clergy man who at various times has be friended him in times of dire distress and at Loyejoys own solicitation needs no comment PROTESTANTS Ii3 Make Cardinal OConnellso Gift For Titular Church Cardinal OC nnell has announced that twentyflYQ Boston merchants n6t one of Ui pa Catholic have presented hlm wlth a large sum of money with which to restore his RomeAUat the time I took possession of the lesttheshould undermine and destroy the three churches wlth tho wonderful relics of their early days On my Rometwentytlve chants not one f them a Catholic presented me with a princely gift of money together with a beautifully engrossed expression of their respect wanttheBostontoI speaks volumes for the esteem In which Cardinal OConnell Is held byt his fellowcitizens as well as marks the vast change In the religious mind of the Old Bay State I RECENT DEATHS I Funeral services over the remains avenueIotAnnieI theChurchPortlandRevat the solemn miss of requiem For theLouisvilleI sldeshIsMmII ft deep and wide Is felt- T14 oversjy Mclntlre be clniire who pII Sun I ITdeathi place Saturday afternoon at his res Idence 416 East Main street Until year ago the deceased was with the Louisville Nashville railroad and jIn was one of its oldest employes Sur vivlng him are his daughter Miss Mary Garvey and a niece Mrs Mary Sullivan The funeral was held Monaday morning Rev Father Martin OConnor officiatingizIrhe funeral of Mrs Catherine Borntraeger who died early Sunday at the residence of her daughtere Mm George Haas 2308 Portland avenues was held Wednesday morno ling from St Anthonys church Mrst1eger was a native of Gornof bifeare two daughters Miss Mary Born traeger and Mrs Annie Kern and two sons J C Borntraeger of this l city and Louis Borntraeger oftFrederick Mo f i COMES PROM KERRY l The appointment of Sir C cIlII SprlngRIco to succeed Mr Bryco as British Ambassador to the United I States has recalled to Irishmen I Daniel OCdhriells vituperative nlII luston to the new Ambassadors grandfather Lord Mohteagle as Lord Mountgoose Sir Cecil belongs t l to an old Kerry fatally con nected with that nobleman who gave timely warning to the wisest fool in Europe James 1 of England ofI tho existence of the Gunpowder Plot Sir Cecils grandfather the firstI bearer of the title which was revived in 1839 Was the Right Honorable Thomas SpringRice Chancellor of the Exchequer In Lord Melbournes administration and one of the lead lug promoters of the penny post The present bearer of the title Is Lord Monteaglo of Mount Trenchard House Foynes County Limerick who is first cousin to tIle new Am bassador I FATHER RiLEY BETTER iThe legion of friends in this city and throughout the State of Rev Father John H Riley the popular and zealous pastor of the Church of the Annunciation at Shelbyville who has been at St Josephs Jnflrmary since Thursday of last week will be rejoiced to learn that his condition Is much improved and that he is rapidly convalescing from ills Illness and the attack of penuhiohia with which ho was threatened Father Riley who Is an indefatigable worker ttftti overtaxed himself in superintending and looking after the extensive improvements at Shelby vile His congregation would feel at a loss without him at Christmas time WINS ITS CASE I The Catholic foreign Mission So ciety baa won ite case against JoIn D Rockefeller Since tliaOll King till covet thi property in Pocantico Hilts he way to given the oppor tunity to uMcrjbe magnificently to h eocletye llindHp TRADE UNION The ltev Father Dletz and Ills Words to Federation of Labor p World Not Governed by Blind Force But by Will of God Religion and Unionism In Accord AYlth Sound Common Sense NOT RULED BY BLIND FORGE Rev PaterE Dietz of Oberlln Ohio a priest who has attained great prominence among the work- Ingmen of this country delivered a powerful address before the labor leaders at the recent American Fed eration of Labor convention from which we take the following One of the fundamental things of religion or the fundamental thing Is the recognition of the al mighty power of God above us There is a God who had in his mind the plan of the universe Including ourselves and God went on and carried wit that plan according to his own Will an intelligent will a con scions will This world is not ruled by blind force There are those who tell you that all things are matter and materialism I say above matter and far greater than It Is spirit and Idealism The world is not ruled by a blind force the world Is not gov erned by economic strength as such madftotoUowconception of history or theeco nomic interpretation but above all the destinies of the world are guided whether you will or not by the almighty will of God God has spoken and made that will of his plain He has communicated his thought In a mann rthat is not un reasonableWhen some man conceived the dea of a trade union he took some IJT men Into his confidence he ded himself with a numbera they discussed this k Unionism ther- Irgal1lzatlon 1nhiof I iytit clell here is nothing unreasonable In hat it is in accord with the principles of sound common sense Why can not we apply the same thing to religion People will tell you that these days creeds are outworn that they are things of the past that we walk over them and pay no attention to them Gentlemen that is n unreasonable statement When you come to me and tell me you eed no set of principles that you need no creed of trades unionism when you can tell mo you need no organization no business agents no- xecutive committees no labor press no officers to carry out the policy f trades unionism then gentlemen will I be ready to admit that we do ot need to believe in Gods supreme in the universe which Is religionTho trouble is that the notion a great many people have about religion Is that they see the miserable tinkering with Gods work on the part of men who set themselves up Into the place of God who are try- Ing to scab it upon the Lord but when God made his religion He made it right and gave it into the custody of men that have formed the tightest union that has ever been known in the history of the world and that Is the tightest union today That religion which God gave the world which Is the expression of his divine will Is not subject to the whims and the fancies of thinkers whether they call themselves relig ious or not This religion Is not Subject to the decrees of conventions or to the laws of parliaments it stands above these things supremely the law of God NQ movement no nation can set itself above the divine llaw of God And when men hoist up a banner arid put uppn it the words No God and no Master they In their presumption will fall as we are told in one of the first lessons of Christianity that Lucifer the king and prince of angels failed when he rebelled against God and said II will not serve And like Lucifer peoples and nations have tailed and fallen Into decay because they would not obey God who made them My friends this is the main thought I wish to bring out that you can not storm the heavens or cannot Ignore God No man no set omen no movement no natIonand the history cf the world bears mo outcan do that I want to make that one point that it is above these things that mere economic strength mere political strength by Itself is no more than the wooden toy sword of a soldier boy in the street as compared with the allpowerful arm of GodThat is my first point The second Is Oven shorter You are told that religion Isa pirate matter people write It In their platforms and try to make It their policy but my dear friends do not deceive yourselves religion is not a private matter lfIs the last thing Inv tho- world that could afford to VV leap- rtvafe matter Tell me that th acorn mull remain hidden In the ground forever tell me that mar IIaE niv t bja ifltioXt chlldrtW i tjsll me that your thought and upra c tlons and endeavors must be forever hidden in the recesses ot your mind yourhomescontrol and create and govern when you tell me those things my friends I will admit religion Isnprivate matter but not until then But in addition to that It requires the public expression on the part of boys and girls and men and women and the democracies of the twen tieth century can no more Inore religlqn In its public character than could the movements of any other religionthis religIon Into the school that it penetrates tactorylntoparliaments of the nations It is necessary as a public expression of our faith lit Gods and the Creator and the Ruler of the world LAID TO REST Farrell Curran Suffered For Seven Years From Paralysis The funeral of Farrell Curran whose l1 ath followed a seven years SaturIdayI i Rev Father Raffo officiating at tho r1Raffowhich he called attention to the many I good qualities of the deceased his thoeicel1lenti him and his kindness us a friend and II neighbor The pallbearers were Col James L Hackett Col Thomas Feely Fred BrIgham Alonzo Lavely I John tIiFarrell Curran yaa born In Irelandssixtyfive years ago but came to this country when tf youth In early man ihood he manifested an unusual Intterost In Irlah and Catholic affairs 1 becoming prominent in a number of societies For over thirty years he liquorbusinessho retired when stricken by paralysis Mr Currans quiet unassuming man c nor strict attentiveness arid fidelity tto any duty Imposed upon him to gether with a strong sense of devo ion and loyalty to any cause he T espoused made for him a legion of t friends who admired his oIlsjositlonriving him are two brothers Peter CurIrangrandsonsi V l L ir ANNIVERSARY Knights of ColumbusI quet Lbrjeest Held nlt tt tt- Here I s Last Sunday Lpulsvllle Council IPIKnights of Columbus celebrated the j Feast of the Immaculate Conception and their fourteenth anniversary by the largest initiation and banquet I ever held here Members and guests to the number of about 800 attended the banquet at the Seelbach and so big was the event that many could jI not bo accommodated in the big tenthflour auditorium and had to be served In the rathskeller Lieut GovIj I E J McDermott acted as toastc master and the Invocation wad da livered by the Rev Father C P I Raffo Thomas A Mapother dellvl ered an address on Catholic Educa j tlon while W W Spalding Of Lebanon spoke on The New Knight The New Discovery was j discussed by Frank po ODonnell of JIaysvllle and Judge Frank E Daugherty of Bardstown delivered J a speech on The Twentieth Century I Knight At the conclusion of the banquet all present sang America j Guests from Frankfort Lexington I Maysvllle New Albany Jefferson vlllc St Louis Indianapolis and a I atItendanceI I CLUB ELEOTJONI II At the regular meeting held Mon day night the Young Mens Sodality Club of St Martins church elected the following officers to serve for the coming year 1913 Kemp jI I IPresidentCharles M Falk JrII SorgeantatArms William Haner This meeting was a very interest ing one as there was plenty of busi ness transacted President Leo Krebs called on the Rev Fathers Bohlson and Frederick who deliv ered short addresses encouraging the young mon in their noble work The club has planned to give a grand minstrel show In tho near future Among the members of the club Is sOme of the best talent in the city IThIs club in tho past line successfully produced the following plays The Seal of Confession Pride of Vir g1nlaUnder Southern Skies and i Silver King I IGREAT DOMINICAN ORDER Dominican order to which the Rev Father McGovern and the priests stationed at St Louis Bertrands belong was established Jn Spain In 1217 by St Dominic for I missionary work throughout the world The order hw been holding mIssions In this country for 113 years and npw 350 priests are en is gaged in the rkTh faeadquar ters of the order are at Wavninfton ID C hee jke batholfc UnivertKy I founded by ft DonHnlcan mlstion aries IIs located c S E T- ROSABBREAD TJNIONMAD Labels Redeemable at Klrbys A and lie Store t I I I I J I I I l I P LIVERPOOL Gives Convincing Answer to Car son and ills Ulster Followers One Hundred Thousand Mardi ers Present Itcinarkablc Scene Home Rule Speeches Delivered From Three Different Platforms MARSHAL ABOUT QUEENS SQUARE haskepttothemovement beIngmadewhich will end in Irelands freedom perhaps before the end of the coming atIcurateillLiverpool totheandthecaUBeI toSirUlsterfolloers pCQplethat cltfwastowardshomeimpressive demonstration of the Na afternoonThe gonerally estimate of the number of home ulers who marched through the streets with the Irish colors was declared to be 100000 men and women Liverpool perhaps is the Lolldonthatgathering of home rulers Irishborn Naionalist and Blrkenhedd turned out with their bands and banners and the 1hef orderly battalions of home rulers InSilvesterTh6 soft pealing of Sabbath bolls oflrinJtitTiirIf lo j jiu ItrlLiverpool pass their Sundn afternoon was broken by the sound of all songsdearJumped up from their dinner and joined in the march for ome rule The processionists were marshalled round about Queens Square In the presence of many thou 4lateaufilled for the most part by children who chose It as a safe place from which to see the gathering of tim forces Little girls In white arid green and wearing crowns of shamrocks sat on allegorical cars in the procession and waved the Emerald flag Songs such as The Boys of Wexford and A Nation Oncb Again were sung by thousands of people in the streets A banner claiming the Bolton triumph as a victory for home rule was borne In the procession There was a remarkable crowd effect in Silvester Street when the processionists halted to listen to home rule speeches delivered from three different platforms The peo froD1bethcenter like a huge wave meeting another The result was very discern prlviligodMany women and children were im lnttriircondttIonIinMartlnlntheFleld burst open under tho pressure of swarms of people who were sent scampering through theyItFho police took possession of tho churchyard and after using it as a means of relieving tho tremendous pressure of the crowd they closed the gates Thomas Scanlon the Nationalist theIVlctOrIOUSsided over toy Austin Harford Chair man of the Liverpool Nationalist party who Was the principal organizer of the demonstration Scan Ion claimed the Bolton victory as a vote ot confidence In the Govern menl England ho said wail behind the Prime Minister in the desire to give justice to Ireland and Asquith and his majority in the House of Commons were moro determined than ever to pass home rule in all its stages during the lifetime of the present Parliament DIED AWAY FROM HOME Sunday night Patrolman John Gibbons received tho sad Intelligence that his aged father Thomas Glbi bone had died in Covingtbn at the home of his daughter Mrs Ella OConnell with whom ho had re sided for the past six months The deceased was formerly a Lieutenant of Police Vhea Col John Whallen was Chief About a year ago he cut fered a paralytic ptroke which with advanced age caused hU tiVatb J3ur TelaughtertlI IIto IkmiiviUe JttiA wff taken to Keel an SMtiiwry kap1l from where the fuheral took jplace Wednesday a t U C vfffvi1 K Si f d a V s J K NTUOKY y i- f AJdERxoAN TI 1 l hIII JiveM tit tile Social sad MoralI JUvucememeit otllrlsh AsmicsM and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and CatholIc Knights of America KENTUCKY IIRISHI AMERICAN PRINTING COrlacorpomedPuhlI h r sUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Enttrad it the UaliTlIU PortoWc if amood Ciue fUtt r aMreiiall ComaaBleitloai to the KENITJCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West keea St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY DECEMBER 14 1912 YOUR FRIENDSHIP GIFTII One years subscription to the Kentucky Irish American wouldII make ono of the best Christmas gifts you could glvct to your friend Put I tills on your list and notify our oWce any time before December 20 It will cost less than four cents a week to send two copies as reminders eof your friendship Bo one of a thou sand who should do this in the caw pf Catholic literature r SHOP EARLY All people young and old shout endeavor to do their ChristmasI shopping early They will find thisI much more satisfactory than being rushed the few days before Christmas and In addition will In great measure keep salesmen and wpm from being overworked and rendered Incapable of the full enjoyment of the happy season Main your holiday purchases during the coming week WOULD BE APPROVED FiQp1 Washington comes the announcement that Presidenteld Wilson Intends to appoint Presides Taft to the first vacancy on th United States Supreme Court bend Chief Justice White and Justice McKenna the two Catholics on the bench have the right to retire whenever they will and therefor there may ere long be two vacanciesI The appointment of President Taft would be approved and would be a magnanimous act on the part of the new Chief Executive f UNNECESSARY It would hardly be necessary fo the present Board of Education it Importune the Mayor and city officials for an Increase In their proportion of the tax levy If the curtailed expenses by not allowln th o S a iuhtI fQl pr a andy pullings sewing circles fie Another large Item oft expense Is railroad fare used Inl bringing here outside school official In preference to home talentI- NCONGRUITY The Evening Post carried a paid I a advertisement this past week for a local drug store which stated tha their place of business and stool was only slightly damaged in a re cent fire due to the generalI r efficiency of the local fire depart ment To be consistent with their steady criticism of the department the Post should have refused this ad RIGHT MAN FOR JOB George H Peters has been tippedI as Senator Ollle James choice for Surveyor of the Port and this l e be a good appointment wouldI Arguseyed one would be a good oneI In the customs department Those who would promote reall happiness during this ChristmasI season should remember the poor boys In St Lawrence Institute andl the parentless children in St 4 Thomas St Vincents and St Josephs orphan asylum Help these little ones and those who care for them the year round and you will have a pleasant awakening Christmas morning Hon Samuel 3 Robertsons name Is being frequently mentioned in connection with the Speakershlp of the next Kentucky House of Repre entatives Sam possesses al the uallfications for the position and ould make an Ideal Speaker With 1m presiding the business of the louse would move rapidly and every no receive fair and Impartial reatment The Heralds Argus appears v overly anxious for an extra session 1 t the Kentucky Legislature There lit he something in it for him that he does not exploit in his column The Kentucky Irish American would wars the Louisville Trades and Labor Acsembly to beware the Socialists They bode the trades union movementno good ti The Big Bull Moose fas given theI OoutaTtlle Herald marked recognl 1 J lion and from Owner Shafer down all are exceedingly rejoleed f I There will be ao Re nblicanPro I rreselfe fasten Jn Xx vteTiUe As other JtfeatDcPo dream gone wrong i b r CHILDS EVENING PRAYER Ere on my bed my limbs I lay God grant me grace my prayer to say 0 God preserve my mother dear In health and strength for many i I a- I year And oh preserve my father too And may I pay him revrence due And may I my best thought employ To be my parents hope and joy My sisters and my brothers both From evil guard and save from sloth And may we always love each other Our friends our father and our mother And still 0 Lord to me Impart A contrite pure and grateful heart That after my last sleep I may Awake to thy eternal day Amen S0G m1K Miss Frances Wathen Is visiting iIn Syracuse Ni Y the guest of Mr Cooney Mrs Daniel Callahan and MIss Hannah Kennedy of Frankfort vis- Ited hero last week Mrs George M Eady had as her guest the past week her mother Mn Thomas J Munn of Frankfort eMiss Edith Callahan will entertain with a tea party next Saturday at her home 2016 South Third street Mr and Mrs William Higgins have returned from a visit to Mr and Mrs John B Weller at Bardstown Mr and Mrs J M Slack returned last week from their wedding trip and are at home at 1136 Fourth avenue Mrs Lottie McCloy Frankfort avenue has been entertaining as her guest her sister Miss Margaret Con- r roy of Lexington oMrs Blanche Campion has re turned to her home at Floyd Knob after a pleasant visit with Miss Emma Fisher in Oakdale gMls8 Lilly MazzonL will retur 1 AA 1i44ixto spend the Christmas holidays with her parents Mr and Mrs Phil Mnzzonl I Miss Florence Pllcher who is attending school at St Marys Ill wil return next week to spend the holl day season with her parents Mr and Mrs John Pilcher George Larkin Edward Brenne and Edward Leonard returned today from Pntton Creek where they have been on a hunting expedition and are busy today distributing gam among their friends James Naughton the druggist left yesterday to visit his mother at Lexington where she has beei spending the past month as the gues her sister Mrs McKenna The 10f return home for the Christmas I I holidayMiss Helen Mapother entertained at tea Monday afternoon at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Wible Mapothtr Assisting her in receiving were Misses Florence Joyes Eliza beth Haldeman Mary Cowan Jeau etta Barnes and Louise Walton Mr and Mrs J W Spalding ot Bardstown have announced the en gagement of their daughter Miss Mary Spalding to Clarence Hurst The wedding which will take place In January will be one of the society events of the season In Nelson county Little Dorothy Cecilia Is a most welcome Christmas visitor at the home of Mr and Mrs Joseph F Hubbnch 525 West Chestnut street The little one Has lust arrived from Babyland and will be christened at the Cathedral tomorrow afternoon Her happy father declares she can alreadya sing both alto and soprano Mr and Mrs Charles Pfeiffer of 2200 Griffiths avenue entertained Wednesday evening with dinner followed by a dance the occasion being their wedding anniversary Those present were Misses Irene and May Nlcoulin Tillle and Mary Cuniff Marie Wieland Elizabeth Pfeiffer Bertha Breen Mabel Neff Minnie Marshall Messrs John Keller Mar- In Fallahay Albert Mussulman L Sherley Cuniff Tom GillIgan Will Link C J MoDarron Joseph Zal nier Mr and Mrs George Pfaulgraf Mr and UrsY Mayfield Mr and Mrs John Riehl aril Mr and Mrs Clarence Helee- FATIrPm DEPPENS WARD Friday of last week was a happy lay for the inmates of St Thomas Orphanage During the afternoon he children repeated their Thanksgiving entertainment of songs red tations tableaux etc for the Very Louie G Deppen who for many llItev has edited the Record pub lihfd for their benefit Father eppen had recently been 111 and httrefore a holiday in hits honor was 1 tailed with delight The Staten rphans and many friend attending I ueceedad In making the occasion a lost pleasant tone for tbelr ven I able and bit hearted ben factor I c f1 Itr HURRAH FOR TOYTOWN II The largest assort ment of Dolls to be found F II11LI 11 I ister for nickels quarters holiday special Games of All Kinds from 300 down to- Play Store Register Banks holi day special I Drums that will make lots of noise and Ii stand hard pounding 295 and down to only Metal Trimmed Beds complete 98c 75c and Sets of Dishes in decorated tin complete sets in neat boxes 1 Mechanical lots of new kinds from 300 dowu with and withnutIIVelocipedes Folding Taples to25cII well made 125 down POURTH AVCHUt INCORPOI1AT EO MARKET KNIGHTS OP MIDI Late News That Will Interes Members Here and Else where Bayley Council w club house at The inil Iitiv deIlivererles at Frankfort With a charter membership of eightyfive a new council will be Instituted January 12 at Kentland Ind John McCormick and Joseph OMara the grand dpera stars are members of De Soto Council New York City- National Inspector Sherlock of New Haven Conn was the speaker at the meeting Monday night of the council at Frankfort- A lively debate is promised the Knights of Frankfort next Monday night when Pat Lillis and James Heeney discuss the merits of moving picturesNew Orleans Knights will attend mass at St Patricks church tomor row when their choral club will sing preparatory to the initiation of a large body of candidates Indianapolis Knights and their ladles will visit the Little Sisters of the Poor on Sunday December 22 With them they will bring donations for the poor whom the Sisters shelterMrs Elizabeth Foss who donated tho site for the Knights of Columbus Home at Seattle has delivered the deed to the Building Committee The contract has been let and work al ready begun- Tomorrow there will be a big class InItiated at Hartford Ind Muncie Council will put on the first and second degrees and Hon Charles Heizer and staff of Fort Wayne will confer the third Nineteen candidates took their first step in knighthood at last weeks meeting of Indianapolis Coun cil Prospects for another class in the near future are promising there being already ten applicants for the honor ELECT OLD GUARD At the regular meeting of Branch 3 C K and L of A on Wednesday evening the annual election of officers took placo and the same set of officers who have been guiding the destinies of this powerful branch for years were again reelected as follows Spiritual Director Very ReV J P Cronin President Pat rick Holly Vice President Alex I Burke Recording Secretary Miss 1 Mary Sheridan Financial Secre t Vetter SergeantatArms Mrs Mar garet Foley Sentinel John T Riley t On account of the next meeting OfE the branch falling on Christmas dayS it was decided to meet tha Sunday i previous December 22 E MACKIN COUNCIL t The feature of Mackin Councils I acting Monday sight was the debate as to which was the happier I the barbarian or the civilized man I which proved quite Instructive Re orte were received that the basket ball dance to be soon given would eqUAl say liven this season as sev raDwana pretty features will bo II itroduoed Already there has been J- a treat demand for 1Da ot1 r Y 85elOe cf I ci tt Ii lOe48c i 25e 48c25c c Toys to 5cel 139 I quality holiday special for 49c others up to Hill the most substan tial toy made 98c and Collapsible Leatherette Doll Carts holi day special only 49c others up to body with hood and rubber tire wheels 800 and down to II Climbers English Carriages enameled Pianos mahogany finish a dany holiday Igift up special to l this week 19c Printing Presses complete outfits all rendy to open a printing establish ment 425 and down to I ToolI 4sc11 49811 1691 25el HERMAN STRAUS s SONSSTREET aridlames w willjfind plenty of Suits and Overcoats wellworth 20 and 2250 in this sale savings on these garments will the Christmas gifts of many a young man N W COR THIRD AND Mens and Young Exclusive SANGUINE That Ireland Is Prolific In Coal Sliver Copper and Iron Opinions In to the mineral possessions of Ireland have for years been widely divided Home rulers claim that It Is an actual Eldorado while those who are opposed to a native Parliament maintain that its mineral resources would not pay for the experiment of exploitation Croker is one of the men who is ready to back his convictions with money that Ireland is prolific in mineral wealth but he discovered the Government regulations are so drastic with regard to mining facilities that he has found no reasonable opportunity to put any of his wellthoughtout schemes In motion For some time the ex Tammany leader has hada geolog ical expert at work exploring the counties of Wicklow 3Vex ford and Waterford in the hope of being able to prove beyond question that these territories at least contain coal silver iron and copper in payable quantities A favorable re port being anticipated by Croker and those associated with him In this I enterprise the next step proposed to be taken Is to send a lecturer through Great Britain who will try and convince the English capitalists that the resources of Ireland have been too long neglected as a fruitful field for safe Investment I YEARS WORK ENDED Most edifying was the scone at St Pauls church last Sunday morning when the Blessed Virgins Sodality brought to a close the years work by the satire membership attending the high mass in of the Feast of the Immaculate Conception and receiving holy communion In a body from the hanids of Father Thomas I York the pastor who preached a special sermon of great power The sodality also attended the solemn 1 vespers In the afternoon when the enrollment of new members took place followed by the annual elec ion of officers DANGER i James GarrIty reel driver for the tTo lls and one of the most popular men in the local fire depart mentwho hatf been ill for the past five weeks of typhoid lever at his some 1211 Rogers street has sued the danger point and is now n the road to recovery For a ime his condition wale critical and rrn Doll Department is now on the first floor price 1000 Si 1000 II lOci You The buy JEFFERSON Mens Clothes Shop regard Klldare mineral honor POINT PASSED WALNUT ST THEATER Starting Sunday Matinee Dec IS Revival of Gus Hills Great Cartoon Play HAPPY HOOLIGAN CAST OF CAPABLE PEOPLE Fun of the enduring sort An entirely new and original keynote In farce com edy and music Tuesday Thursday Saturday Mat nees 2Sc- Nights and Sunday Matinee 25c 35c SOc TWO STORES 228 W MARKET STREET 434 W MARKET STREET tho favorable change brings a feel- Ing of relief to his relatives and many friends GENERAIi MEETING The general meeting of the Louls vine conferences of the St Vincent do Paul Society which was postponed from last Sunday will be held tomor row afternoon in the hall of the Knights of Columbus on Fourth avenue Vincentlans will also make their general communion tomorrow morning in their respective churches MISS DRISCOLL WINS PRIZE Miss Katie Driscoll has been awarded tho handsome picture of Rev Dr Schuhmann which was one of tho leading prizes of the recent affair given by the Young Ladles Sodality of St Johns church Misses Mamie Hennessy and Mamie Fallon were the committee who awarded the prize DIED IN CALIFORNIA A dispatch received Tuesday from San Diego Cal and signed by Father Thomas OToole brought the sad intelligence to his wife and daughters that Patrick Russell a conIductedCalifornia city was dead Deceased was a member of Branch 26 0 K of A of Louisville which has ar ranged for the shipment of the rename which are expected to arrive here KoudaTII n I l GREAT VALUES nq Suits and Coats 1500 COATS 995L- adies and Juniors Coats in chinchilla fancy mixtures and plain colors values to 1500 priced at 995 2500 SUITS 1750 You will find these suits unusu ally attractive They are the 25 kind Handsomely tailored coats lined with extra quality satin whipcords rough serges and fan cies You will find these suits better than you expect Specially priced at 1750 2000 COATS 1195 Ladies Coats in handsome black kerseys chinchilla heavy diag onals and nobby mixtures values in this lot worth up to 20 Take your pick of any in the lot for 1195 PARTY DRESSES 995 Chiffon Party Dresses in blue pink Nile and canary overdrap ery of crystal dewdrop chiffon These dresses arc worth 15 As a great special we price them at 995 750 CHILDRENS COATS 598 Childrens Coats in seal plush and nobby fancy mixtures val ues up to 750 specially priced for 5- 98GAJTHOFS424 WEST MARKET ST BET FOURTH AND FIFTH NhatiftN WE SPECIALIZE PICTURES ti As a Holiday Gift and offer some great iinducements in Relig Emerson Shoes For MeaIODllthw Shoes For Ladles Sole agents for the Dr A Reed Cushion Sole Shoes for tender feet Cure corns bunions and callouses VOLZ MICHAEL336 WEST MARKET STREET SHOE FITTERS TO THE FAMILY DO YOUR Electric Christmas Shopping NOWI Hundreds of beautiful and useful electric appliances from which to select Everything new no shopworn goods Prices within range of tho average purse Electric Tree Ornaments Electric Toys KENTUCKY ELECTRIC CO INCORPORATED FOURTH STREET SOUTH OF CHESTNUT LIGHT HEAT POWER AND ALL THEY OPERATE fi a6 w till The Last DollarII aff That ypu spent for something you did not NEED would have started SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear interest COMPOUNDED twice ayear There MAY COME a time when your LAST DOLLAR mast be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING now of the dollars you are wasting might keep that bard time from ever coming Ky Title Savings Bank and Trust Co Fifth and Court Place Open Daily Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p m e tt t e fltFZlfX WIKBB OHAMPAOMBtV AJU KOLJB345 West Green Street ra sn DN1Ii61i o 0- D a U may saw rIrit I wlwD3 1l tIIE IOA T I THE BIG STORE GIGANTIC PURCHASE Of high grade SUITS OVERCOATS and PANTSat I 40c on the dollar is now on sale Enjoyl your Christ mas by taking advantage of this great opportunity Suits and Overcoats 469 Suits and Overcoats 719 Suits and Overcoats 929 Suits and Overcoats 1439 I4 THE BIG STOREMILTON M MARBLESTONE ds CO 4U CHRISTMAS SHOPPING IS EASY A- TLEDMAJNTSY There are so many things to select from and even though the gift be small the Ledman quality will Insure Its glad reception Chains Brooches Bar Pins Cuff Links Scarf Pins Solid Silver and Sheffield Ware Gold Fobs Fraternity Emblems in Buttons pins and charms Watches in both solid gold and filled cases rt a wide range of pr- icesDIAMONDSAnd other precious stones in a variety of beautiful settings We do fine watch repairing S E LEDMAN SON410 WEST MARKET STREET Yon Can Rely Sn Ledninn XVEJ Thirty Coupons With 2 12 lbs New Blend Coffee for 75c Sixty CoCpons With 1 IbNew Blend Tea for 60c JOHN M Home Pbon 1313 ZISD W IVXABtJCIBT 8rREEr o For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE e My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best t I JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street K MOlONSelN N- f tHOli f I THERE IS A REASON FOR IT i 1M1 51lewee GIV- ESURETY COUPONS MULLOY difordi RANGE is due entirely to its great effici endy durability and saving quality Sold on easy and connected fre- eGEHER SON St near i This Damp Cool Weather the Beginning of Winter BRINGS ON RHEUMATISM BUT A FEW DOSES OF I Kampfmiiellers RHEUMflTIG Remed I it Quickly Relieves It Sold by All Druggists Made by KAMPFMUELLER MFG COLouisville Ky IncorporatedI1 BAHnON PrevMgr great payments 215 Market Second the PBANNOIIJL- Yloe Pres and Treas L J VEENEMAN SwreUry Kentucky Vitrified Brick Co INCORPORATED VNIMANUFACTURERS OF VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK 1 Roadwaysl Office 52 West MwoUfBit Works Magnolia Ate Bet gibh art III- m Itt TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 1262e l0 + C t ORe J T CHAWKI VeterinaryInfirmary 713715 SOUTH SlO YBa PBC a BTRaug I Tjs2MI NuIS2331r- f t Ui JLJ5EDBuy Whilethe AssortmentsAre the Largest and Best PricesAre Making FamousFor ReligiousGoods Xmas Catholic Gift SuggestionsIII We have an unsually pretty line of Catholic religious goods sutiable for Christ mas gifts and offer the articles at unmatchably low prices Gold Rosaries from 75c to 1000 Silver Rosaries at 225 and 350 Childrens Prayer Books 5c to 100 Grownups Prayer Books from 25c to 200 Mens Prayer Books from 25c to 98c Manualof Prayer from 119 up I St Vincents Manualat 69c and 115 Catholic Bibles 69c 98c and 250 Statues handsome big ones at 150 Holy Water Fonts from IQc to 300 Crucifixes from 19c to 595 Sick Call Outfits Complete 498 N Silver Chains With Scapular Medals to wear around the neck 1 50 and 175 Gold Lockets With Scapular Medal on the inside 295 Also Small Pictures Church Laces and Other Religious Goods REAL CONTEST Election at Division 4 A O H furnishes Real Hoss Race At the annual election of officers in Division 4 A O H Monday evening at Bertrand Hall one of the most oxcttInr n Hibernian rL G c gan and Lawrence J Meany The large number present got plenty of thrills for one evening as it took four ballots to decide the race the first three being a tie Mr Langan winning on the last ballot by some one breaking the deadlock The of ficern for 1913 are as follows President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial SecretaryThomas J LanganRecording Secretary John J BarryTreasurerPatrick Conley SergeantatArms Thomas Far rell Sentinel M Jv McDermott County President William J Con nelly was present at tho meeting and urged the members to attend the memorial meeting on Sunday Decem ber 22 and bring their friends as the meeting would be an open affair John J Score stated that tho degree team would soon start rehearsing for the initiation on January 27 when a large class would be initiated and all the other divisions invited to be present BASKET BALL The games in the basket ball league of Mackln Council on Wednesday evening served to tighten up honors for the first posi tion the Ozarks jumped Into second place by winning over Capt Dick Shelley Olants by the narrow score of 10 to 9 many of the spectators being of the opinion that the Giants deserved to win as Shelley and his men played splendid basket ball Acting Captain George Dnddys Ath letics won over Al Links Mackin team by a score of 14 to 10 Capt Bernard Henleys Maroons are fast rounding into shape winning over the Orioles 12 to 10 and from now on will give the other teams a bat tle for first honors as Capt Henley has inspired his team by his all around star work The following Is the standing Won Lost Pet Athletics 14 2 877 Ozarks 11 6 687 Mackln 10 6 625 Maroons 8 8 500 Grants 4 12 250 Orioles 1 15 063 WALNUT THEATER Fun of the enduring sort music that lingers and brings joy to the ear and heart situations and complications that vie with each other for favor and any amount of other or iginal and salient features are prom ised in the revival of Gus Hills car toon play Happy Hooligan which Is to be next weeks bill at the Walnut In this piece an entirely new and original keynote in farce comedy has been sounded Laughter Is gained by legitimate means with horseplay and other doubtful mirth provoking expedieta eliminated The action IIs spirited sad every act is punctuated with refreshing and wholMome humor The east which Is large la ompod of capable people who have been selected for their partiouUr ability M well M their experience t Low Bacons MONUMENTSHaving stock of Monuments of the late Muldoon Monument Company we are in a position to offer the same to parties wishing to improve their cemetery lots at very low i rooms 318320 West Green St New Muldoon Monument Go SOCIETYDIRECTORYA DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall en First and Third Tuesday PresidentMartin J Cusick yico PresidentCharles J Finny gan Recording SecretaryAnthony J Tompkins Financial Secretary JOB E Farrell 1808 West Market TreasurerThomas P Lawler SergeantatArms Louia Roller lI1enry McDermott- DIVISION 3 WedaeedayeOddt nut streets- PresldentCon J Ford Vice PresidentS J Sullivan Treasurer James Welsh Recording Secretary Daniel J OKeefeFinancial SecretaryHjohn J Keaney 1607 Dume niLISergeantatArmsJ Charles ObstSentinelEdward Breanan DIVISION S Ueeu First and Third Mondays Iiieteeath and Foftluid PresidentHugh Hourlgaa Vice President J M Maloney Recording Secretary Thoe Stev ensFinancial Secretary John G Hessloa 1710 Baird TreasurerD J Dougherty Sergeant tArms James Storms Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertraad Hall Blxth gfcfeet President John H Henneesy Vice FreeldentThomas Lynch Recording SecretaryJohn J Bar rJ Financial secretary Thomas JLangan 8a7 West Oak TreasurerThomas Downey SergeantatArms olln Coleman Sentinel M J McDermott Y 1l HACKIN COUNCIL 206 Meets Mosday Evealags at Club- House 844 North Tweatyslxta President Frank O Adams First Vice President A C Link Second Vice President William Rlhn Financial Secretary Wia LIBk1 Recording Secretary Robert 01borne Corresponding Secretary George SImonie Treeisurer Rebert T Burke Marshal Tre4 S u er IuU S BUMl Peter Aodrlott Outside SeBtiael Joe li I RirgMc I GOOD MOOVE Division 2 A O H Selects New Quarters For Next Year Division 2 A O H1 at their meet Ing decided to move heir meeting hall from Sixth and Wjfcnut to St wnms Hailat Thftiacnth and uiiv ituu miiui uu 111 b U l Thursdays of each month Instead o Fridays as formerly This move f regarded by many Hibernians as a wlso one as the bulwark of the dl vision IB located In that neighbor hood and It Is believed that many candidates will be secured in that vicinity The election of officers resulted In tho selection of the follow ing by a unanimous vote PresidentC J Ford Vice PresidentJ J Sullivan Recording Secretary Daniel OKeefeFinancial Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon The division will take possession of Its new quarters on the first Thursday In January when there will be a housewarming and general good time td which all Hibernians will be invited HOLIDAY DECORATIONS Visitors to the Electric Exposition on Fourth street south of Chestnut during the final weeks of the holiday season will find the attractive place more beautiful than ever The Expo sition since Us opening the tatter part of October has been the mecca for thousands of Loulsvlllians Just now the Christmas exhibition is marvelous In Us beauty and the variety of electrical offerings Every conceivable appliance for comfort and convenience will be found dis played and demonstrated The im mense display rooms at this time are beautifully adorned with novel Christmas decorations and the holi day spirit pervades the place from one end to the other Particular attention has been given to the exhibition of Christmas tree illuminations and toys At every turn the visitor will find a practical suggestion for a gift certain to be appreciated by the recipient VICTIM OF PISTOL The funeral of Michael J Burke son of Catherine and the Into Joseph J Burke 826 Cawthon street was held Monday morning from St Louis Bertrands church Friday afternoon young Burke who was seventeen years old was loading a revolver at his home and In some manner accidentally pulled the trigger the bullet entering his left side directly under the heart One of his brothers hearI- ng the report rushed to the room and found thEiyouth writhing on the floor The boy was at once removed to the City Hospital where hIs case was pronounced hopeless and on Saturday morning ho died shortly before 10 oclock Besides his mother he Is survived by several brothers LAST OF YEAR The Board of Public Safety will I not grant anymore vacations in the poliee department until after the holidays Among thou now taking their Ua days are Sergeant James Lee J P Flynn JohnIdoqrc Y8 IINward JBrnart Thomas Reid James Hagen I n a ow Removal Sale Prices On Highs Grade FootwearF- or Holidays and Every Day Not a pair of Shoes in our present stock will be moved into our new homo now near ing completion Clearance prices in every department from now on Felt and Comfy 1111hi1drenS to 1 50 Womens Comfys and Fur trimmed Romeos75c 200 Mens Felt and Leather Slippers 100 to 350 Rubber and Leather 200 and 250IBoys kind the oldfashioned I Shoes growIngfor 128 Odds and Ends of Shoes Splendid values in regular 200 and 250 shoes nearly all sizes in the lot special removalprice05e- Boys gunmetal and patent colt 250 values cut to 185 Womens 300 195 ShoesI2500 pairs Pingree soles metal and patent kid welt IBOSTONowpSNOE CO IBOSTON 441443eteM IAVENUEI fORI THE HOLIDAYS THE LIVE STORE Has the most complete and comprehensive line See our windows for suggestions Clothing at late season prices 1350 23 and 27 THE LIVE STORE asp nFourthe Between Market and Jefferson 9A CANDIED REQUEST We respectfully request our patronst to leave j their for Christmas Candies as soon as possible and avoid the rush of the last few days I l RUDOLPH Be BAUER I CANDY MAKERS i 230 West Market 219 West Jefferson I NNNeN04N 011 Ni O NO 1 0 M+ W 1 f i e OINM H e FOR GOODNESS I- M0TilERSI3READ EAT Made iin the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South if s1i A ASf s IIIIJASJ NAUGHTON Misses Misses Shoes- In I 19 orders JOS N HIGGINS CHAS NAUGHTON I Naughtons PharmacyPres- criptions Filled By Registered Pharmacists Only Telephone Us and We Send For Them Home Piton 897 TENTH AND JEFFERSON STS Souther Star Block Coal 84 PER TON Youll be more than satisfied with this or any other grade we handle Phone your order Horne 510 Cunib S 1058Y Yards First and A Pope and Payne Fifteenth and Magnolia SOUTHERN COAL AND COKE CO INCORPORATED LET MEKEEP YOUR RAZORS AND SAFETY BLADES SHARP Plain Razors 25c Each Safety Blades 30c Per Doz V C WATHEN DRUGGIST Severithand Jefferson Louisville Ky S7 7 viH v T1 Ti F D gE1 TUOKY ii ii AMERIOAK BE SURE TO CALL FOR I McKENNAWHISKY I IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Kd st fUlls D J DOUGHERTY S J McLLI- OrrMcELLIOTTDOUGHERTY Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Call Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET t t t t t t tt Jr Oran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 HOMB PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East IINdCairx Street iie ei ie THOMAS KEENAN jj- i filii t 0JImJ TELEPHONE CITY 365 Allcalls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 WEST MARKET STREET IT DOESNT PAYT- oargue against QUALITY Get the BEST in the start and be satisfied in the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER MANUFACTURED BY ENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated lrt led River Both Phones 2307 Also operating HoosIer Wall Flatter Plant Ldaltvlll Ky JefTenonviHe Ind Phone 655 s HBOSSESQN Funeral Directors and Embalmers S1O 3PBJHCR AVENUE Telephone 10- 22BEDDINO PLANTS Geraniums Roses ieleotroPayEtc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both PhJttes 223 HENRY ttUNOLD DJCAIJI11 IN Sfapli lAd Fancy Grouriis A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROiM IN CONNECTION Old Whlskiea a Specialty Ile M MMM 4131 524 We WALNUT HERRMANN BROS noroaraxa FINE WINES AND LIQUORS DtatlUersaad Wbol Mki Deal a WI ia FiBMt Brands of Kea tiwky WbUkiM ip daBy J Pearl of Nelson 1iK IN BOND O 11t IMITou FIRST CLASS COALSay large Clean Coal Treib Prom The mast Dally TRADEWATEB STOP 3 3- TBAEWATEB NTTT 335 TBADEWATEB NUT AND SrAOK1JU5 PITTSBUBGH SUM 435J- EIJJJXCO LUMP 541B STRAIGHT CRHSX SUMP 4dS STRAIGHT CREEK NUT AND SLACK t 8300 All Per Toni of 2000 Pounds BJIIKJIIMBJIJI WJI Q1VJI VOTT TKJB- QREKH TRADUTO STAMP rWAWWCOALgo EIGHTH AND ZANE I Homo Phone CXt7 M10 CnmberlaLL Pkoa forth 1041 T ftlv year boil MI education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway cmtvllle Ky Conducted by the Xavcrlan Brothers Classical Scientific and Business Courses Preparatory Department Large Swimming Pool Well Equipped Gymna alum Terms Moderate Bro Janes dr CBs THOMPSON EJORI8TnJWONLY ONE STORE SpecialtyFloratPeJ ssi FOURTH VJDNUJI- aetk 1PYee 140 ueaarpNp attwitio sad tMWMtIoa ruatgbed I n Ky u tIEi i Ei LET SURETY COUPONS 1 Pay For Your Christmas Gifts A Filled Book of Coupons Is the Same as I 250 CASH I 202 Norton Bldg I Louisville SURETY COUPON COINCORPORATED HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Only one more meeting for each division this year No member should forget the memorial meeting at Bertrand Hall on December 22 The building being erected by New York City Hibernians is being rap Idly pushed to completion The juvenile division at St Paul has under way plans for the forma tion of a fife and drum corps Wednesday the Ladies Auxiliary meets at Falls City Hall when some Interesting awards may be made Cardinal OConnell has appointed Rev William B Whalen as chaplain for all the South Boston divisions- A special meeting was held last week to pass upon applications for the big Initiation held Sunday at OmahaSyracuse Hibernians have chal lenged the Knights of Columbus to a fortyfive contest to take place after the holidays Eight members initiated and a number of applications received at the last meeting of Division 7 shows activity at Syracuse State President Duggan and staff conducted a big initiation at Niagara Falls and were honor guests at the banquet that followed Division 1 meets Tuesday night when Chairman Tarpy will report the complete programme for the enter tainment to be given next month Division 3 will meet Monday night when a programme will be arranged for the Installation of officers to take place the first Monday in January The Ladles Auxiliary announce their next select dance for Tuesday January 14 at Schreibers Hall For those who attend a delightful time is assured Division 2 will hold Its last meet Ing of the Yjar Wednesday night The new year will seji it In Its now home andjfchen the race for me bar sMp xlJ In Early next month a reunion of all the honorary members and old boys who have been affiliated with the Hibernian Rifles will be held at Columbus Ohio The Hibernian Rifles will make a fine showing at the inauguration of Gov Cox at Columbus on January 11 They will be the only military com pany In the big parade Last Sunday the auxiliaries of In dianapolis held a large and successful Joint initiation also conferring the degrees on a class from Rushvllle and entertaining the outofto lnguests at dinner The Ladies Auxiliary of Dayton Ohio last Sunday conducted an Initiation for a large class from Piqua Distinguished visitors were present from Cincinnati Cleveland Piqua and Columbus A reception and en tertainment followed the initiation FORTY HOURS PRAYER The Forty Hours prayer will take place next at St Marys church Eighth and Grayson beginning with the high mass tomorrow morning and concluding with solemn vespers and benediction Tuesday night The opening and closing services will be very impressive and will be marked by processions of the church socie ties Father Westerman the pastor will be assisted by a number of visit ing priests and for these beautiful devotions the choir will render a specially prepared musical pro gramme KNIGHTS INVITED Branch 25 Catholic Knights of America will hold its annual meet ing and election of officers Monday night at St Johns Hall Clay and Walnut Invitations have been sent the members and all Knights are asked to bo present Following the business meeting there will be a social hour and an abundance of re freshments For those who attend a pleasant evening is assured OFFICERS ELECTED The St Joseph Society composed of tho men of St Josephs congregation and ono of the leading Catholic organizations of the city has elected the following officers for the year 1913 John F Oertel President Peter Bisig Vice President Charles Staouble Secretary Michael Kellar Treasurer William Palmer Marshal Henry Poll Banner Bearer and Will lam Meagher and Fred Bouchard Assistant Banner Bearers A GOLDAMETHYST ROSARY Warranted for ten years costs 125 We will send you one of these In a leatherette box and a years subscription to The Child Apostle for only 1 The Child Apostle is the Catholic childrens monthly Twenty thousand of them love itt If you cant afford the dollar send only a quarter and we will send She Child Apostle for a year to whir boy or Itrlwwinnind them a Christmas card telling them of oar kindness Address The Child JBpoitle 1181 JfeCoratok building ChloqoJ1L All the late and new Styles and Shapes pricesCall I WHAT THE- RADIOPTICAN DOES It throws Pictures on the Screen of Post Cards Photos Clippings Draw ings etc producing details and colors Prices to Suit Your Purso 52CO to ISOI1 Full descriptive circulars gladly I mailed on- application electricity SOLD BY 321 W JEFFERSON STREET meras Holiday Novelties XMAS SLIPPERS 98C Womens Best Quality Felt Jullettes In brown maroon and black richly fur trlmed flexible turned soles Mens and Womens Velvet Xmas Slippers 5sortedc Mens Black Vici Everetts 125 Mens Black and Tan Romeos Flexible smooth soles 150 and 1098 A PAIR The Stores For Christmas Slippers and Shoes SUTT SON tl r nM TWO STORES 318 W MARKET ST Between Third lad Fevrtli 214 W MARKET ST Bttveira Seeadaed Third We Print Chfutimn Card r fI BOTH PHONES m IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges At a recent meeting of the Carlow Board ot Guardians It was decided to prosecute vaccination defaulters Tho Athlone Guardians have unan imously called on the Midland rail way Directors to appoint an Irishman to the vacant managership of that lineHis parishioners at Killeshandra County Cavan Intend to present an Illuminated address to the Rev P Connolly who Is being transferred to another parish The Most Rev Dr Gaughran has appointed Roy R Kelly diocesan catechist to be parish priest of Bohermeen in succession to the late Rev Father OReilly Messrs Alexander Bennett a well known Nowry firm of pork mer chants have taken premises in Mullinger for the purpose of estab lishing a meat market The Louth County Council In con nection with a sanatorium scheme for the county has decided to erect a central dispensary at Dundalk and three branch dispensaries- It has been resolved by Limerick County Council to take over for the purpose of preservation as an ancient monument the remains of St Pat ricks church at ArMpatrlck The scheme by which a capacious reservoir with connecting pipes has been erected for the town of War renpoint Is completed The water supply comes from the Mourne MountainsThe District Council adopted the Strokestown Guardians resolution protesting against the partys inactivity in not having the cattle trade restrictions withdrawn from Connaught- A verdict of accidental death was returned at an inquest on Joseph HIckey of Dungarvan whose neck was broken by being pitched out of a cart as a result of the horse which he was driv HLtfiking head The deceased who was a compara Lively young man was very popular In tho district where he lived He was brother of the Rev James Walsh of Clonmel The Roscommon County Council has offered Westmeath Council 6000 toward the erection of a new Court House costing 16000 on the un derstanding that they will have noth ing to contribute toward the main bulldIngI the peo at the death of the Very Rev Canon Will- Iam Meagher after a protracted Ill ness He was In the eightyseventh year of his age andthe fiftyninth of his ministry A native of Temple more he had the unusual distinction of acting as curate and parish priest In his native parish The Most Rev Dr Healy presided at a meeting of the clergy of the diocese of Elphin for the purpose of nominating a successor to the late venerableArchdeacon and the decision has been forwarded to His Holiness the Pope The fol lowing names were discussed in con nection with the Bishopric of Elphin Right Rev Monsignor ORlordan rector of the Irish College Rome Rev Thomas ODohorty Maynooth College Very Rev Canon Harte of Castlerea and Very Rev Canon Coyne of Boyle VISITED HIS PARENTS The Rev Father Henry Thamllng pastor of the Church of Our Lady of the Angels at Albany N Y has been spending the week in this city vlolting his parents at their home on Cedar street Father Thamlinp was baptized and reared in St Anthonys boyhoodfriendsmasses celebrated by him- RECOVERING Officers J J Beirne J J Finne gan James OMara Edward OBrien and W J McGrath members of tho local police force who have been off duty because of illness and accidents are improving and all expect to soon be able to return to their beats SUCCEEDS OARDINAL President Taft has signed the commission of the Rev William H Ketcham Director of the Bureau ot Catholic Indian Missions as a member of the Board of Indian Commis sioners to succeed Cardinal Gibbons who resigned from the board on ac count of inability to devote time to its work EMPIRE STATE CATHOLICS According to recent returns the State of New York contains more Catholics than any other State In the Union The number Is 2778000 of which more than onehalf live in New York CftttI WORTH TRIALJJi remeyedfromIt liol1lsVM cneqpay 1ftIN111Wi Q FRANK FEHR PO BREWING CO 1 Brewers and Bottlers iul LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIALBREWyIsone who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING f INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KY JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street 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