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PATRONIZE CREAGERSBUSINESS SCHOOL Second and Brecklarldge 25 21 Grand With AVlilcl the Day Is Scenes at the of the Infant Saviour f Masses One Another I the Day OF THE It is to the scene by the grotto at the of the Infant Saviour that ones turn during the SAISOP as so many rep have been for the devotion of the people There are three kept at Beth lehem to celebrate The first is that of the Latins Catholics On 25 thirteen days later tomes that of the Greek and on the Sunday when the Cath the feast of the Holy Name the have their feast of The of dates In the various rites is due to the of the of the calendar by the Greeks and to the of rather than day by the the Greeks and the Latins the chief ceremony is the of their and the functions in which he takes part This is carried in the Basilica with exactly the same ritual the same number of mounted men form the escort of the Latin Patriarch of as the each descends from his carriage at the same spot enters and leaves by the same door The Greeks are most careful that no change or novelty should be intro duced and they are to re sist any attempt at so doing On the other hand the fathers watch in the Basilica all night during the Greek for the schls matlcs are ever ready to claim new rights over the holy places For this reason the various Consuls are al ways in the of both rites so as to be ready to decide any of opinion that may arise while a of troops from are near by for any The merest excuse serves for the claiming of rights If a monk of one right were allowed to sweep a certain pltfco of ground to tbe other rite that would be enough tor his sect or party to claim that por tion In this it should be that for this very oc casion and onthe same day the of the two rites are obliged to clean that part of the Basilica which belongs to them and it Is for that day also that troops come from or Catholic of remains the great event at and is held in the high est by the people This act of religion never loses Us fas cination The great square before the Basilica Is packed with people at an early hour There is not even room on the terraces or on the minarets where as early as 8 oclock in the morning may be seen scores of in readiness for the scene About 1130 the church bells are set ring ing and the first signal of the arrival of the is given All the on the route put up their national flags and the feast of has begun There is a stir among the crowd as the horsemen force a passage through while the announce that entrance must be given the cortege which is now seen at the farther end of the square and attracts everyones attention the clergy come forward in to meet the prelate When the mounted on a fine steed comes in sight the band strikes up the soldiers present arms and the first carriage drawn bya pair of superb horses comes to a stand and a rich carpet is extended for the of the way The Patriarch alights and is received by the Nudla or Mayor by the local and the of the fathers The guards keep the people in check by a stout tope while the by the clergy and the officials proceeds to the Basilica blessing the crowds as he goes along The view now exhibited by the square is striking and unique The are together on the right erect and alert with their rifles in front The other car riages are kept at the entrance of the square and the crowd with its bowing before the wind At the door of the Basilica the Patriarch stops and makes a brief i then he descends to the grotto and the whole fol lows him into the Church of St Seated on his throne he Is vested in the robes The Latins who have followed in the pro cession ave JAow tilled the and the singing of the Ac soon as the fleet vespers have large num bens go to the Church where the men on one side the women on thq other they follow the liturgy Wlt1 o Q L I G i I JJ- m I VOLUME XXIXNO LOUISVILLE SATURDAY DECEMBER PRICE FIVE CENTS CHRISTMAS Solemnity Presented Birthplace Succeed Continually Through RECEPTION PATRIARCHS presented birthplace thoughts naturally Christmas particularly resentations provided solemnities Christmas December schismatics ollcakeep Armenians Christmas difference rejection Gregorian reformation keeping Epiphany Christmas Armenians- To reception respective Patriarchs subsequently reception 1out Jerusalem schismatic Patriarch prepared Franciscan Christmas attendanceat ceremonies difference detachment Jerusalem prepared emergency belonging connection mentioned adherents JerusalemThe observance Christmas Bethlehem estimation standing photographers picturesque cavalcade buildings immediately Christmas trumpets Meanwhile procession crossbearer remainder authorities Superior Franciscan Patriarch accompanied horsemen colorwave adoration procession Catherine Pontifical Basilica arelolninrin Magnificat commenced KENTUCKy7I R Cl their own prayers Beginning at J8 oclock in the evening the bells are rung to announce the midnight services and for this a large crowd again gathers including Greeks Armenians Syrians and Copts Con anmd still the pilgrims arrive There are Bishops and priests from various lands and Catholics and Protestant from the United States deeply in terested in this scene of religious faith All alike are seized with ai unaccountable sensation of fervo which is difficult to describe but which proceeds from the grand mysteries with which one seems at tha time and in that place to be sin gularly in touch At 1030 thie Patriarch again enters the church thrg Pontifical mass In the grotto itself fiiere is hardly standing room and many have remained there for hours occupying one position so as to b sure of a place during the first mass which begins at 1146 By recognized tradition faithfully clung to the place may not be decorated for this occasion the only variation is the iflinging of the damasks whic cover the walls or the vaults whic belong to the Latins while th Greeks change theirs on their ow Christmas day There is a whisper of prayers every where and the devotion which pervades the crowds th sacredness of the spot the vlvi realization of the event which It recalls combine to make one feel th ardor of the first Christians in the Catacombs All are in adoration and contemplation while many indeed are in tears A mass is begun at the anddevotionstion approaches particularly asTthe strains of music from the Pontifical mass come floating gently on the air echoing the angels hymn Gloria In Excelsls Deo The faith of the people almost seems to get too great as they press up to the altar at the communion time All are Intent upon the Sacred Host which Is never again received with greater fervor In all probability than under those soulstirrltig surroundings The masses succeed one another continually till 3 or 4 in the afternoon h91everistheImage of the Infant gaviour The soldiers keep the passages clear as the solemn procession advances torchbearers In front the choir and clergy following then the Bishop holding the figure aloft and the notable personages of the place com pleting the retinue Arrived at the Grotto the deacon takes the image and places it on the very spot where tradition says that the Blessed Virgin laid her Divine Child Then the gospel of the day is sung When the words are pronounced parmis enlm irivolvit she wrapped him in swad dung clothes the figure Is covered with clothes ready at hand and at the words reclinavlt eum in praeseplo she laid him in the man ger the deacon lays down the Image in the place where Our Lord was adored by the Magi There it ic incensed by the celebrant and left for the people to venerate not adore till Epiphany when it is car ried away with the same ceremony but the Father Guardian of the Holy Land officiates on the latter day LiyELY Was Annual Election of Central Committee C K of A Not for a long time has a more spirited and interesting meeting of the Central Committee C K of A been held than that on last Friday night when the annual election of officers was held President Schalda occupied the chair and was pleased to note the presence of three officers of the Kentucky State Council After some discussion the claim against the Southern Railway Company was referred to William M Higgins and a special committee who were in structed to demand a settlement be fore the end of the year H AIVeeneman outlined the work of the Organization Committee and State President John Score urged the mem bers to exert themselves and help establish new branches The election developed lively contests for every office and resulted as follows II Spiritual Director Rev George WISchuhmann D D President John Schalda Vibe PresidentCharles A Hill SecretaryBen A ICTuse Treasurer Charles Falk SergeantatArmsJohn Schwind TrusteesJohn Kenney Oscar I Mater Peter I Delegate Anthony Helcken stated that Branch 32 was making marked progress and others reported that I they were securing applications for membership President Schalda will announce his committee appoint ments at the January meeting VISITS AGED MOTHER Carl Weyendorff left Saturday heIsaUedI ermanyw Ie spend two months with his aged I mother Quite a number of his I business associates and friends assembled at the Union Station to wteh him a pleasant Voyage and visit and a safe return to Louisville 6 BISHOP KENNEDY CODING Right Rev Thomas F Kennedy Titular Bishop of Adrlanoplls and rector of the American College injj Rome will spend the Chrlstmas holl days in Philadelphia his old home The Bishop was to sail from Genoa on Sunday and is expected to reach nJ1x1IlI111no sjir U r d CHRISTM GREN r r Val a icent of dear old Ireland came to mo from the letter And out fell a fourleafed clover itft the one anon the ica Joit a bit of green Ood bleu heatfthat the colleen lent to me Chrlrt mar shamrock plucked beside Ike fairies hill where first I met her Ah the touch of them li soft npoBu y Upi Qlrleen Machreel ii And Im dreatnin that Im home agaia Xvith you beside me itrayln In the glen the itari above UI amd tk1 dalilei at our feet v And your ttailn lanjrhla lovln cryla dancia eyes are sweet Till my heart la pone and to the satatabove for you Im prayin That again among the clover of thefairies hill well meet f Vv eYY SlagleSayWlihln 16njrln for a light of yonywi when I hear lit tong tOra band itrlkei up the Kerry Uaacij my eyes with teary are wrlngin To be back beyond the hanted hUl throngvh j To Ahl the girls at home Ood bleu themsure their soft hearts are the traiil cj hAnd seenh i X iI-s colleene 1 I s fj Oh the ways of herthe daze of herWtr eyes that are the blueltlrF nAndtii proud I am this minute to ft wearln of the green wtw 1Maybe tie yon like Klllarney or thee MMed bells ot Shandon r fydrl they rang their litany r i Or the Shannon or the River Lee tk aaaie bells sound so grand OS i iIt the talrlel hilt and her blueteytgioetween the star and menI I 9K Ah your Christmas green is warm aaroiMt my heart Qlrleea Machxee f if to Y 3K 3 gate Vaitef ion t c c L OPPOSITION To liccldinm Cornea With the Entrance of Congressman r Stanley Irf SyiuimthyTlea of ExGovernor Itiaicnlcdliy Ills Popular Opponent V P Scant Majority orPrecludes Nom ination lf t t j LStj h iVrw CmiiIidiitc fKy x c LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS COMING As predicted in these columns sev eral weeks ago the first announced opposition to exGov Beckham as the Democratic nominee for United States Senator came Thursday in the announcement card of Congressman Owsley Stanley who picked the Beckham platform to pieces ridicul Ingthe Idea that the United States Senatorshipshould be a consola tion prize for Crepps simply because different Democrats could not con sistently and would not support him In his race before the Legislature which resulted in the election of Senator Bradley whose seat he now aspires to As the Kentucky Irish American stated recently Beckham has no real strength in the Demo crat ranks and what success he has achieved hereto has been through the political machinations of his man Friday Percy Haly who with his political patronage in the past has been able to make a formidable showing for his man and now Is endeavoring to make a show of strength with the sympathy plea and thus far has only been able with the assistance of the Evening Post to fool a few papers out in the State The Post states that Beckhain ought to carry this county by BOT0 majority when they know It to be an absoluter fact that his strength here is confined to a few Progressives and Republicans who will have no voice In the Democratic primary while on DemoI their revenge for the betrayal of the party here to the Republicans in 1907 and many Democrats who were forced out of positions by his act will not support him in the event of his nomination As thetotal major ity of the Democratic party In the recent election was only 1306 votes over the Republicans and Pro gressives combined this fact amply proves that his nomination would be Injurious and dangerous to the partys success In addition to his betrayal of the party here his fac tional fights with the Lexington Democrats and his fanatical attempts to injure Kentuckys liquor interests have made him unpopular with the rank and file of Kentucky Democ racy who will unite on any opposition that will guarantee his retirement in addition to that of his machine leader Haly The announcement of Samuel W Green former President of the Board of Councilmen as a candidate for County Judge has set the local politicians guessing as Mr Greens strength within the party in addition to his record has made him ai for nd1kllhim Judge Attorneys Charles T Taylor and Merit ONeal hive Teen mentioned as County Judge tUxber and both Tiara a strong followlik in Democratic rank if- As an attraction to Pro the candidates that of County Assessor to Gmand Clerk of the IJoHco Court seem to be the strongest magnet as sev eral have been mentioned for both Joseph WilliamsonEdwardBenson Herr Brennan and Joseph Flynn en mentioned while Harry Carl Sehnlng Squire Joe Oldham and wm honey look like sure starters In the racefoti SMerlff Charley Cronan still has the field to himself but the names ofEJfill Jgoe and Hermann Colin have been mentioned as possible entrlesjB In the Police fou Judge Boldrick will prpbablybe iatcandldato to succeed i oej Reedy and Clam Huggins haysalso had their names mentioned JaSfthe honor the latter being a of the old school r For Tax ecelveMr lmAJe will announceea bile- l ttifx t hiley who bl181splendid record in that office and Charley Wright have been mentioned in connection with this race A great many announcements for the different offices are expected after the first of the year and the Democrats are sanguine of the final result as the Republicans and Pro gressives can not possibly get to gether and the splendid administra tion of Mayor Head together with lower taxes and the general effi ciency of the police and fire depart ments have more than pleased the general public the recent work of tho police department in the Camp bell and Fauntelroy murder cases even being sufficient to put a quietus on the carping of Editor Knott and the Post PROGRAMMES For Christmas In Catholic Churches Will Be as Heretofore In the Catholic churches of Louis ville Christmas day will be observed with splendor and solemnity and in all there will be elaborate decora tions and brilliant illuminations The order of services will be the same as in former years the first mass being celebrated at 5 oclock in the morn Ing In all the churches there will be three masses but In St Louis Bertrands and others of the larger there will be masses hourly up to 3030 oclock Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue will pontificate at the Cathedral at 9 oclock and will Breach the Christmas sermon For weeks the various choirs have been rehearsing these musical pro grammes and this will be a feature In eVen the smallest church This year there will be a large attendance at all the services at which excellent sermons will be preached by th CQVINGTflNi Hibernians Preparing Fori Joint Social NextIMonth The Ancient Order of Hibernians at Covington have had a most successful year gaining in numbers and finances Last week Division 1 held a well attended meeting when the following officers for the next year were elected PresidentA J Toner Vice President1 Hugh Ryan Recording Secretary Thomas J RyanFinancial SecretaryGrover L01 thenTreasurerJames aloneyIpre ux l n Illary of Covlngtoa This affair Iis an annual feaure and will come oft during the month of January when a splendid proframme is promised behijJibt the new year +ll a VINCENTIANS General Meeting Rendered Not able byEIoquentAddressesby N Sacred Heart Conference PrcI sents Gavelto President i tT J Caffrcy Interesting Reports of Charity fork Itis Sb- ning MANY NEW MEMBERS The general meeting of the St Vincent de Paul Society was held Sunday afternoon in the assembly room of tho Knights of Columbus on Fourth avenue with an attendance of about 600 men from the various parishes of the city Features of the meeting were tho addresses of the Rev Father George Schuhmann D D Rev Eugene Donahue the Spiritual Director and Rev Father Deppen and the presentation of a handsome gavel to President John J Caffrey by the Sacred Heart church conference The meeting was called to order promptly at 230 oclock by President Caffrey and the opening prayer was offered by Rov Father Donahue of the Cathedral Interest Ingreports followed showing the number of families cared for during the past three months along with members of same visits made shun tions secured which is the funda mental work of the St Vincent de Paul Society While this society works for the poor and sick in a quiet and effective manner and without making public its great charity It is only just to state that during the past quarter 123 families and 418 persons were visited and assisted by the Vincentlans Secretary Thomas Bohan read a number of in teresting reports which were sup plemented by John Doyle who made a strong appeal for the boys who orphanhomesfourteen Will Hannon reported the work done for the poor Jrt the City Hospital Alms House sanitariums and other institutions After other reports had been received about fifty new members were enrolled by President Caffrey who in an In structive address dwelt on the indulgences granted to the society The Vlncontlano he said are not adver tising their works which were for God and his poor Protestant and Catholic alike Rev Father Schuhmann of St Johns church was warmly greeted when introduced and his address was pronounced one of the best ever heard at a general meeting They were he said fast approaching the season of Christmas and the coming of our Divine Lord when charity should fill the hearts of men who should remember that the last grand actwill be the general judgment when account will be taken of our care of the poor After dwelling on the spiritual and temporal advan tages to be realized from alleviating distress and poverty lie turned to the conditions of poverty and who are the poor Father Schuhmann declared that according to the last centvr there were 10000000 who were poorly fed clothed and housed Saying U was beneficial to come in contacttJ with the poor that charity throws open1 the door of haven and that poverty was no stain he quoted Abraham Lincoln who said The Lord must love the poor because hrf teaeheaih the poor happy and feel sincere gratitude and If one holds himself aloof from them he becomes one sided Tho poor without religion however may become a dangerous class and a great menace but by do Ing good to their bodies and spir itually the Vincentians will remove what would become a monster of de structionRev Donohue noted the joy and pleasure with which the new members presented themselves Their works will bring forth the greatest indulgences Pointing to tho spiritual advantages that may be derived from being a practical Vln centian ho urged with fervor a regular and greater attendance at all meetings Louisville was the ex emplar and holds aloft the flag for other cities Father Donahue also made a stirring appeal for a large attendance at the Choral Club con cert for the benefit of St Lawrence Institute saying every one should secure at least two tickets Rev Father Deppen after ex pressing himself elated with the large attendance reviewed the formation and history of the St Vin cent de Paul Society in this city which is now and always has been one of the best In this country From the first they worked for the care of the orphans and had rendered in valuable assistance in all the par ishes by being foremost In the work of taking up the collections In con cluding he Invoked Gods blessing for a merry Christmas for all presentFrank A Geher was introduced and declared himself impressed and enthused with the reports and pro ceedings and hoped to carry back toI St Boniface conference the spirit I hero manifest Mr Geher also spoke for the St Lawrence Homo for Boys and the concert to be given by the newly organized Choral Club at the Shubert Theater on January 12 which promises to be the event of the season in musical circles The meet Ing was closed by Father Donahue and on all sides were heard expres sions of appreciation for the work this great Catholic charity organiza tion is unostentatiously doing for the poor of Louisville TRINITY COUNCIL New Years Reception Will Please Members and Friends Trinity Councils meeting Monday night was one of much Interest and II iisvieliiattendedj Interest is wax l i pjTIoni oclock for the members their wives children and sweethearts and I the musical club The programme includes a lotto game for the ladies and children an open pool and billiard match an pinochle beIIngI Phil Hager and last but not least a i large Christmas tree with a toy on it for each child Of course there will be a Santa Claus who will an ample supply of candles nveII etc for the little ones There also be the usual punch bowl willII will be presided over by James Kelly For the best players in the different contests there will be prizes and the awards will be anx iously awaited Next Monday night a special order of business will be the organization of a social club and therefore the presence of all members is requested The New Years reception is absolutely free for the members and those who ac company them DIG TURN OUT 1 Catholic Knights Receive Welcome Night Monday I C I li Monday night was a good one for Branch 25 Catholic Knights of America when the annual election of officers was held and a warm re ception given the many of the pioneer members who were present The meeting was held in St Johns Han Clay and Walnut with rrreas urer Eugene McCarthy dispensing the hospitalities of the evening After the routine business had been dispatched tho annual election was bold with the following result Spiritual Director i Rev Dr SchuhmannPresidentWilliam T Meehan Vice Presidents Peter Schreck and R O MattinglyII Financial SecretarYE J Mann TreasurerE A McCarthy I TrusteesThomas F Hill James MeehanSergeantatArmsJohn Byron I Following the electron there was a most enjoyable hour and short but timelyl talks by exState Secretary A F Martin John McCarthy j I i Thomas Hannon Thomas Hill and others Every member was notified to be present at the second meeting next monthas something of unusual Importance will take place ANOTHER HOLY NAME SOCIETY Louisville has now another prom Holy Name Society and there jiBIngprospects for others In the near future Last Sunday afternoon the Rev Father OConnor of the DominIcan missIon band of St Louis Bertrands church met with men of- St Agnes congregation at the PassIoBlst ter10n the Kew burl road and perfected the organi nation of a Holy Name Societ- yQukealarge enrollment took place and it Is confidently expected the number will be constantly added toio 4 EAT BREAD UNION MADE Labels Redeemable at Klrbys and lOc store h 1912 II Ohscrmlln- Bcthlchcm BucheltI eSrit iraijsKvcalji hal huntcampaigner churches IIe RECEIVEDo ROSA ROUTED Foes of Home Rule Arc Forced to Acknowledge Their Defeat Longest and Largest Milestone In the Long Struggle For Freedom Its Passage Through Committee Stage Hailed as Greatest Victory MINISTRY WILL CERTAINLY LAST The outstanding event in politics this week cabled Hon T P OCon nor M P last Saturday from Lon don Was the passage of the home stageInthe longest and largest milestone yet struggloforbill in 1893 through the committee but with a majority at the highest ot only forty while on Thursday night the last division showed a Majority lot 138 The closing division took place amid a scene which was Jin marked contrast with any previous scene in the history of this or any other home rule bill James Campbell who with Sir Edward Carson leads the Irish Orangemen and who represents Trin ity College insisted some weeks ago on carrying an amendment which would cut oft Trinity College from all assoolatlon with the Irish Paths ment This produced a remarkable revolt among the younger generation of Trinity College men and Campbell was repudiated On Thursday night he had to confess his defeat and withdraw his amendment This ac lion is remarkable proof of the fad tjiat all creeds and classes in Irelat beginning already to prepare A ire cooperation with each otl also that home rule is conJ ered now to be inevitable Oven b mpst ferocious opponents This toiw was hailed with enthusiasT the Liberals and Irish I The situation Was further cent aced bya series offrleBpeeahes all around Arthur Seur IRHond rulIleaderaUn immediately after this remarkable and unprecedented beginning of the burying of the hatchet by all Irishmen was followed by the tremendous majority of 138 the enthusiasm could no longerbe restrained and Premier Asquith left the House of Commons with all the Liberals and Irish stand Ing and waving their hats and hand kerchiefsThe is growing dally that the battle for home rule la virtually over and that the Ministry will certainly last for the next two years and perhaps even come back after the next general election with a big majority But on the very next day after this triumphant scene the Ministry came full tilt against its only remaining difficulty One sec tion of the Liberals has worked for several weeks past for the defeat of the dtsendowment portion of the Welsh church disestablishment bill and on Friday the members of this section proposed an amendment which would seriously modify that part of the bill The Government became anxious during the sittings while the dimen sions of this dissatisfied section grew larger and the division on the question was awaited with the gravest exI petted more- sanguine expected a disastrously email majority Neither of these things happened for the Ministerial majority although It was only fifty less than half of the majority re corded for the home rule bill was still sufficient It is clear that the Government will have to modify the dlsendowment clause as several of the Liberals who abstained in the last vote now threaten to vote against the Government the next time and negotiations will be had next week to find some compromise CHORAL CLUB CONCERT The Catholic Choral Club recently organized In this city is making remarkable progress Rehearsals have been well attended and Prof Anthony MolengrAft and its promoters are elated over the interest mast fested by the leading singers of Louisville The club will make Its Initial appearance next month in a benefit for St Lawrence Institute for numbersimusical stars from other shies This promises to be an entertainment unsurpassed by any ever given here MURDER WILL OUT As a sequel to the hunting trip of George Larkin Edward Brenner and Squire Edward Leonard Jt now develops that one of the trio shot a dog thinking it was a rabbit and was forced to pay 5 to an irate farmer The Squire swears positively it wast him and Brenner states that his long experience M poun4kecper- enables him to distinguish between a dog and a rabbit In addition he rays that he handles wrs like the one killed aalIiat fifteen yentas per head Larklns friends are anx Jiously awaiting his version ot the itpry T T j t- i9LtIKENTUdKY AMERIOANI K fiMftI6fiftTUI 1 riveted te the Social sod Morel Advauceiaefflent olllrlah Aaerlcaa end Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and CathoHc Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Pullllahar SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc BaUrtd at th LoalirllU PortoWc ei aeosdClua ttattr iUresi all Co mualeitloBi to tie KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Often sf LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY DECEMBER 21 19121 YOUR FRIENDSHIP GIFTII One years subscription to tho Kentucky Irish American wouldl wake ono of the best Christmas gifts you could give to your friend Putj this on your list and notify our Irtlco before December 20 Itany will time cost less than four cents a weekII I I copies as reminders of to send two I your friendship Bo ono of a thou sand who should do this In the causeI of Catholic literature GREETINGS With the approach of the Joyous Christmastide the Kentucky Irishl American again greets Its subscrib ors advertisers readers and friends and wishes them all a happy andl blessed Christmas hoping they may live to enjoy many returns of this season of pleasure and good cheer For Kentucky the year Just closing has been most glorious and therefore the Christian heart should fine In this Christmas an Inspiration ant confidence greater than ever before In honor of the Saviour of mankind let us who lay claim to the glorious and consoling title of Christian soldiers swell those angel choirs wJ that grandest anthem Glory be to God In the highest and peace 0111 earth to men of good will If wio do this we will celebrate this great festival with the proper solemnity and decorum and merit a continuance of the blessings God has bestowed on our beloved State am country To everybody we wish iII merry merry Christmas A nonCathollo friend asks what e word Romanist means Yfao vise him to go to the Publli c nary and to ask for Dr Let ossary of Ecclesiastical Terms Irein he will see this definition manlst a vulgar word 1 uneducated to designate uStby of the venerable 1 ee Is a chaplain o the a can cbeth The ordinance Introduced in the General Council by Alderman Joseph Qi Overberg regulating the length io f time foodstuffs may be kept In cold storage In Louisville should receive the vote of every member rhls ordinance will protect the publl and will prove one of the very best enacted under the present administration Our contemporary Henry Walter son and the CourierJournal have gono completely over to England 0111 the Panama canal question This e is not surprising as they have for many years been more English than American This country built and owns the Panama canal and therefore should control its operation Remember the poor this Christ Inns HISTORIC CHRISTMAS Christmas night 1776 Gen George Washington crossed the Delaware and the next day occurredl the battle of Trenton The HessiansI were naturally surprised They took It for granted that the Revolutionary army would rest upon Its arms and permit them to enjoy their Christ mas lit peace but Washington con eluded that the deed would be bettered by the day and he loaded his small army Into boats and crossed the Icy waters of the muddy river He reckoned correctly and the result of his daring maneuver f was that he attacked Col Rahl at sunrise The commanding officer and twenty of the enemy were killed and 1000 taken prisoners Two Americans were killed and two were frozen to death Washingtons valor however saved tho American cause YULETIDE FEATURE An attractive church feature of Yuletide Is the Christmas Crib soI dear to Catholic children This beautiful custom of honorIng the birth efI the Infant Saviour Is a devotion of great antiquity It has come down to us from the thirteenth century In the year 1226 St Francis of Assisi conceived the Idea of thus represent ing In a sensible way the rude cold and dreary crib of Bethlehem The I crib In1 more than a mere representa I r bnlt IBl intended to bring home to I beholders the simple pathos of the toty beautiful and to Inspire them n With gratitude for to wonderful a mystery of mercy and love and to totter in the hearts of children a personal and practical devotion to the Infant Jesus I I BSASY TO FDO J rr There are Iota of little chap whose 1i parent eDt afford to play Bant It Claus Hunt them up and make yourself happy by tekiag happiness t to themrI jScC1TY WK KK Miss Nannle Mooney visited hor- mother last week at Oardstown Junction I1IIss Margaret Conroy of Clifton will spend the winter in New Orleans and Texas Mrs Martin Donahue left thist week for Washington where she will spend the winter Mrs Charles Crush Deer Park has as her guest this week Mrs J H Best of New York Misses Catherine Eagan and Mary Taylor were last week guests of Miss Mary Clark at Parkview John B Beck has returned to spend the holiday season with his parents on West Broadway Miss Elizabeth Weltzel of Frank fort is here to spend the winter with lher sister Mrs Fred Kellner Miss Lucille Hackett of New Al bany paid a short visit last week to the Misses Blackwell at Eastwood 11Usses Aline and Bessie Hanna will entertain with a dance on Thurs day evening December 26 at the Tyler Miss Mary OHearn and Mrs Mary Schuck were recent weekend visitors to Mr and Mrs John Wallace 1In Jeffersonville rllUss Estelle Meagher who is at lending school at Nazareth wtlli spend the holiday vacation with her parents in Frankfort Mrs Disney Ryan has been enter Lathing at her home in South Louis ivine her sister Miss Eva Arnold o Bardstown Junctions William J DailY the well known traveling man has returned from ia three months Western trip and wtll remain here until spring Miss Maggie Mae Lillls will retur today from Cardome Academy to her home In Frankfort to spend the Christmas holidays with her parents Miss Edna Coll was a most gen erous hostess last Tuesday to the Friday Afternoon Club at her home 813 East Chestnut street Jefferson vine Among those from this city regis tered at West Baden Springs last week were Rev John T OConnor Albert F Richards and Anthony Montedonlco and wife John Coleman who Is a senior at Yale College arlrved homo Saturday 3for the holidays accompanied by of his classmates Messrs Leon 11two Hanna of Cleveland and Jesse I Spalding of Chicago Alphonse and Jerome Ohllgsch lager who are students at Eastern colleges will arrive home today to spend the holidays with their par ents Mr and Mrs J B Ohllgsch Lager on Hepburn avenue Mrs William C Newman and children are home from a months visit with relatives at Frankfort Mrs Nellie Merchant accompanied Mrs Newman home and will be her guest until after New Years IRISH PARTY Division 1 A O H WillI Make Merry Next Month Division 1 A O H at a well attended meeting Monday night closed its affairs for the year and completed arrangements for an Irish dance and lotto party to bo given at Heptasoph Hall Seventeenth and Main on Friday night January 17 This will be the first public event under the administration of Thomas Tarpy and the committee will leave nothing undone that will make it a success and pleasant for those who attend resident Martin Ctislck J occupied the chair and announced I that at the next meeting the Installa tion of officers would take place I This will be made the occasion of a homo coming to which all former and present members of the order in t the city are cordially invited While I the programme will not be elaborate I there will be a treat In store for t those who are present Jiembers were grieved to learn that Treasurer Thomas Lawler could not be present and that James Doran and James It Dugan are still ill and unable to s leave their homes I FATHER WILFRED INJURED I The Rev Father Wilfred C P rho wan seriously Injured last week I rliile alighting from a street car to ecoverlni slowly at the PaeelonUt II- IM dUMtery on the Newburg road I When he received Iris Injury he bras turning from jKranivllle where be Ud been conducting retreat for he Little Slaters of the Poor Father Wilfred many friends earnestly I ray for hit speedy a400let8ecoYery 14 WALNUT ST THEATER Starting Sunday Matinee Dec 22 GREAT WESTERN DRAMA i Where the Trail Divides This Is an interesting play portraying Indian character and will be presented j by a selected company of actors with realistic scenery and stage setting j Special Christmas Afternoon Matinee j Tuesday Thursday Saturday Matjj nees 2Sc- Mights and Sunday Matinee 2Sc 35c Ij SOc II I 2- BATS IIBATSII J T TWO STORESII 228 W MARKET STREET 434 W MARKET STREET il pea- Tearingdown and Rebuilding CutpriceSale of Mens and Boys Clothing at- i LEVYS THIRD AND MARKET Biggest thing ever in Louisville j PUllelOfI To the Democrats of Jef ferson County Having been for many years in terested in the welfare and training of young people and having had the discipline of boys for a number of years in a military school I believe that a great service can be rendered in the Juvenile Court to the com munity and much uplift given to un fortunate children by one in sym 0pathY with the child habit and natureIn the city of Louisville as Councilman and in ten years prac Lice of law I have had occasion to observe the fiscal affairs of Jefferson county and the duties of the County Judge and I feel that a man of broad sympathy and sound Judgment Is best fitted for the close relationship sustained by the County Judgei to all classes of people Believing that my experience will1 prove a helpful qualification for thisi office and having a desire to serve as County Judge and having been encouraged by many good Democrats In this ambition I now announce my candidacy for this important office subject to the Democratic will at the August primary Samuel W Green- eENCOURAGED Mackin Council Works on Its New Gymnasium Problem The large gathering of young men at Mackin Council meeting Monday night was greatly enthused over the- report j submitted by Chairman James Shelley and the Gymnasium rjommfttee which showed encouragement on all sides for tho proposed addition to the club house This committee is working out the details completeinnsdent Adams presided and urged the members to visit those who were sick One new member was elected and one proposition for membership received The installation of the newly elected officers will take place I January C and upon motion they wore appointed a special committee to arrange for the event All mem bers were authorized to Invite their j friends to the New Years eve recep i tion and dance for which the Social Club headed by A C Link has made elaborate preparation An t nouncement will soon be made of the prizes to he offered in the member ship contest that will soon be on in earnect PRIOR IN ROMS Father Louis Nolan has been appointed Prior of the Irish Dominican church of St Clemente Rome walea the titular church of Cardinal VConnell of Boston BJUIAJt8DIlA Frank O Adams President of aeklh Council te laid up at hU t- one10 with a broken arm Mr Adam C In the car Mivie department Jot a s 3 We have just I om more than four to of our CLUB for thei paid in the t weeks just which we hope will carry aheer and to as many homes I TO I 11I I Class 7 I Class 1A Class I Class Class j Class Class 333 3333 333 t333333 33 33G The Kentucky Title Savings BankTrust Cos I Club nStarts Thursday Decemberthe26themailed thousand checks rl members CHRISTMAS SAVINGS amounts during entYfivo concluded Christmas happiness thousand ml IMPROVED PLAN NO COUPONS WORRY SEVEN OLASSESA CLASS FOR 2 2A 5 5A ii You pay 1 cent the first week 2 cents the second week 3 cents the third week and so on up for 50 weeks the last payment being 50 rents You pay 50 cents the first week 49 cents the second week 48 cents the third week and so on down for 50 weeks the last payment being 1 cent You pay 2 cents the first week 4 cents the second week 6 cents the t third week and so on up for 50 weeks the last payment being100- You ipay 100 the first week 98 cents the second week 96 cents the 1 third week and so on down for 50 weeks the last payment being 2jj centsYou pay 5 cents the first week 10 cents the second week 15 cents i the third week and so on up for 50 weeks the last payment beingJJ J 250You pay 250 the first week 245 the second week 240 the third 11week and so on down for 50 weeks the last payment being 5 cents 11You pay 100 each week for 50 weeks II II HOW TO BECOME A MEMBER All you have to do is to make your first payment If you cannot come to the bank yourself you may send us your name address and first payment by your friend or neighbor or by mail O NO MEMBERSHIP FEE You dforiJiave to pay any membership fee NO SII REs1JmQmRED j You do not have to sign anythintfito become a member MEMBERSHIP CARD- EachHiemfoer will receive a Membership Card bear mn his or her name and address ai id signed by the cashi Jar sf SJa ktidte tlizo a f each of the 50 pay ments the dates at which payments are due and the progressive totals of payments as they are made are printed in the card iin regular order so there cannot be the slightest confusion INTEREST AIjLOTVED Interest at the rate of 3 per cent per annum will be paid to members if payments are made as required i Kentucky Title Savings Batik Trust Company and Court Place Louisville EeEEEee It NO How much advertising you may it will be to your te investigate this cut price sale of fine SUITS OVERCOATS and 20 Suits and Overcoats 975 20 and 25 Suits and Overcoats 1375 28 and 30 Suits and Overcoats 1875 CUNNING LEWIS BROTZGE N W COR THIRD AND JEFFERSON Mens and Young Mens Exclusive Clothes Shop iNNia WE SPECIALIZE i A i As a Holiday Gift and offer some great inducements in Relic attractIvelyframedframedWe make frames to order neatly and at a most reason able price Hubbuch Bros Wellendorff INCORPORATED 522524 WEST MARKET STREET Ndirr NSiloiSiaNBNla1NNIO i06 il ftiili tl l t i C wrnrx WIMM t 1rfrt1 AL KLJ3 IdquoYsisutr845 Westc Criseh Street u J1 he Kentucky cad Indiana Bridie l fterDhe slipped on a rail ens- ompany aadtwhe atThirtyfIrstjtcdn a bad fracture of u11pand Mafaiin Ifreefe Wedneeduarm faloh was broken MtlMirrttfc1 I i hristmas Savings For 1913 fI OVERITotal of all Payments 1275 Total of all Payments 1275 Total of all Payments 2550 1 Total of all Payments 2550 1 Total of all Payments 6375 Total of all Payments 6375 Total of all Payments 5000 IiMATTER PICTURES HOW PAYMENTS ARE One payment is due MADEmm ment is due on a the close of business on but payments may be made in advance for as many weeks as you desire You may send your payments in whenever it is not coavenient for you to come yourself 1 CLASSES 1A 2A AND 5A We advise you to start with the largest payments 50 cents 100 or 250 if possible because your payments v then become less each week making it easier all the time to keep them up and the interest amounts to TWICE as much win Classes 1 2 and 5 going up HOW TO GET YOUR MONEY The Clwb will close on Saturday December 6 during the following week the Bank will 1913Ichecks to all members for the total amounts Iwith interest added if have been made quired Members who may be compelled to tinue their payments before the Club closes disconIIceive checks for amounts that were paid in ff i Fifth EeE vES read interest AND 15 payments BETTER SHOES MAN NEVER MADE I Emerson Shots For HM Jhechess 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 TIIE FAMILYp OUR NEW DISPLAY ROOMS WILL BE OPEN UNTIL 10 P M EVERY DAY BEFORE CHRISTMAS c Electric Gifts Electric Toys Electric Tree OutfitsI KENTUCKY ELECTRIC CO INCORPORATED FOURTH STREET SOUTH Op CHESTNUT LIGHT HEAT POWER AND ALL THEY OPERATE J j i w c IUlr ri 4 7 1 rI IBENTUOKY SH A cRJOANa BE SURE TO CALL FOR 1 McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky 1 w D J DOUGHERTYS J McEMJOTT a DOUGHBY MCELLIOTT Funeral Directors and m a marsIBoth Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Call Answered Promptly Day or Nlgbt i 1231 WEST MARKET STREET f t It It It It It f H tit It It t It It Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embafmer Carriages Furnished for AH Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS sas Est Mah i Street e8o ee4Ci THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE CITY 365 All calls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 WEST MARKET STREET t IT DOESNT PAYT- oargue against QUALITY Oct the BEST in the start and be satisfied in the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER MANUFACTURED BY KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated PlautIt HBOSSE SON Funeral Directors and Embalmers S1O FBJEE- Teleohoae i AVENUE1022 BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses Heleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 HENRY flU NOLD DKAXJIR IN Sflplland Fancy Grecirdi A FIRSTCLA8S SAMPLE R08M IN CONNECTION Old Wfalsklsa a Specialty HMM PkM 4331 524 Wi WALNUT i HERRMANN BROS FINE IKPORTJUlSI Oifttlllen and Whol ule Deal en la PitBraids of KM ttreky WaltklM ep oJally Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND Tsiwsns 1N 214 IfmISTMrr IJ U I 4 FIRST CL- ASSCOAL LowLargeThe Mines Daily 4363TEAEWATERTRADEWATEB NUT AND SSAOK BJ3 a43dJELL1c08415BTRAIOKT436STRAIGETBLOB N00 An Per Tons of 3000 PonHO BSMEMB W- EaIu Totr sacs GREEN TBAStKO ttTAMPB FRANKEL GOAL CO EIGHTH AND ZANEISome Phone City HID Gwafeerlana PHon Booth 1048T 01yo your boys A eflHeaWon that will yryare tbm for lire ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 113 W aroadway lioulrrtlle Xj Conducted by the 2Cav rin Brothers BuelaeaeCourseeLargeSwimmingslum Tema Moderate Bro James Dir CBa THOMPSON EL RI8TJWONLY ONE STORm SpeclaltyFloral lSSSFOtTnDB AvE NUx- kTht 1pbs e 4ete AH etdMS relve prompt attMttM sad Mtiffftottoa cv raiit4Md j f r u c HURRAH FOR TOYTOWN I The largest assortment of Dolls to be foundTHOUSANDS I 11 OF TOYSXo PLEASE EVERYBODY II IIUnlle lams Universal Threecoin Re2II ister for nickels dimes and quarters II holiday special of All Kinds from 301 IIGames Register Banks holi I Drums that will make lots of noise and I stand hard pounding 295 and down to only i Metal Trimmed Beds complete 98c 75c and Sets of Dishes in decorated tin complete sets in neat boxes II Mechanical Toys lots of new kinds from 300 dowu to IIVelocipedes with and vithout Folding Tables natural finish II well made 125 down to HERMAN STRAUSAVENUE COUPONSIPay 202 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky CASH SURETY HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 1 will soon have a degree team that will bo always ready for actionBig Six of Indianapolis has elected Bart Kavahaugh Its President for the coming term- Thirtyfive candidates received the degrees at the semiannual Initiation cf the Ladles Auxiliary at Indian apolis Division 4 will meet Monday night at Bertrand Hall the last Hibernian gathering of the year AU who can should attend The Ladles Auxiliary Juvenile di vision of St Paul Is progressing rap Idly Starting some time ago with a membership of twentyfive It has nearly 100 now Every member Hfcd order is in vited to the nome coming of Division 1 at the meeting one first Tues day In January All former mem bers are Included The Kentucky Irish American wishes one and all a merry Christ mas and happy new year and prays that you may be spared to enjoy many returns of the glad season Division 2 will next meet In its new St Williams Hall Thir teenth and Oakon the first Thurs day In January There w111 then bat- a house warmingwhen all nians will be welcome During their annual session jln Washington the national officers of the Ladles Auxiliary visited Mount Vernon and placed a wreath of American laurel and shamrock on the tomb of Washington Through the Kentucky Irish American State President Patrick J Welsh extends greeting and wishes for the National State county and division officers and all members of the Ancient Order f merry prosperous WALNUT The next Weeks attraction at the Walnut will be Where the Trail Dlvtdee a Western play portraying Indian character The play Is by Robert Bdeeon and the title la from R novel by Will Lllllbrldge There will rein addition to the regular matlaeM a Chrtotmaa afteraoovi per forman e The play haa been well reached everywhere and will fee pre ae PUItthS 260 lSo 86el 10e48c 25e48e 48e25r 13911I Cll floor Mechanical Trains on Tracks Iset engine tender coach and track 65c quality holiday special for 49c others up to Hill Climbers the most substantial toy made 98c and Collapsible Leatherette Doll Carts holi iday special only 49c others up it0 English Carriages enameled body with and rubber tire wheels 800 and down to Pianos mahogany finish dandy holidav gift special price this 19c and up to Printing Presses complete all trendy to open printing establish ment 425 and down to ToolChests trOURTH MCOffflOfftrfO MARKET STREET 9Ct Past home Hiber his THEATER hoed LET 25O COUPONCOINCORPORATED 70 All the late apd new Styles and Shape prlcelCWHAT THE- RADIOPTICANI DOES throws Pictures on the Screen of Post Cards Photos Clippings Draw Ings etc producing details and colors PrlccstoSalt Your Purse to 5ell 25c complete week Full de- Bcriptive circulars gladly mailed on- application electricitySOLD BY J4321 W JEFFERSON STREET CamerasforudHolldyIRELAND IN CABINET Premier JLsqulth stated In the HoUse of Commons last week after the home Tale bill had pwwed there would bea minister who would answer for Ireland but It wuimpoMtWetoN7just now wJaft his precis desinnatloa would be r Doll Department is now on the first v I I I 1000 II I i ii I 48cl 4981I I 1691a 10001 outfits a It r lOci 25el SONS BOTH PHONES KNIilTS OF COLUMBUSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where theirbowlingThe council at Auburn N Y added twentyone to Its ranks last week Kashaveelectric lighting LeMoyne Council at Syracuse has andbowlingmembersThe Knights of Providence R I tendered a brilliant reception to Mayorelect Joseph Gainer who Iso member of iPlnnegan Council Bishop Chartrand visited Indian promIsed some Sunday afternoon in January Covington and Newport Councils had a most successful joint initiation Washingtonlad gree Indiana Knights are Indeed active Next month councils will be instituted at Kentland and Fowler and Initiations held at Logansport Lafay ette and Hammond When the recent Initiation took place at Norton Kas the long line of men from the church to the hall greatImpressIonmendatory expressions Last Sunday week twentyfive new members were Initiated into tho ranks at Omaha The event was a most pleasant one and was attended Arlington OhiolastQhllllcothoNewNewarkDelaware thedegreesMOURN IDS DEATH SherIdan pMoranO rector of the Catholic Knights and MoranhfeachurchInMlonpol1known throughout the country Miss thedreMIndtheltJ9ularrllaUnctchk t I fRANK FEHR INCORPORATED BREWING coI I BottlersLOUR t I SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every I one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING k i INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE K7 JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED 6 Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order- a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Horns 76717672 Cumb Wist 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light JOHNFOERTELCOINCOR ORATEDtt BUTCHERT BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 t LOUSVILV n Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phi 1913 w THE WIEDEMANN1IICORPO- RATEDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beersw Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent flaw ORUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville K- yFORTUNA OLD rBOURBON THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CuIHOORPORATJCD DISTILLERSWINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS FOR Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST eeeE OO e eeeei THE 2 FAVORITES of Lsulsvlllei Particular Smokers TARPY SPECIAL lOc Cig- arLITTLE A J Sc Cigar The cigars without an equal IB quality and flavor Homemade UnionMade and the bastmade for the mosey For sale at all dkpensers of smokers TI W TARPY CO TrAKToli9 SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKET r o- C JOHN B STRUBELn JEWELER Watches Diamonds 346 E Market St Pd HOME PHONE c06- 6REPAIRING A SPECIALTY ALL WORK GUARANTEED cna i fl Rogers ta BOOK GO PRAYER ROOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and Inspect our line of goods They are the finest of gees kind In the city hales Magazines md Rellflm Articfet or XTJBXT DOJUPrIOK 434 West Jefferson Street CENTRAL FURNITURE COt Incorporated N W Cer Third cad One Sis We furnish the home cm Plate am ety paymnte WM CALLACMAN Mfr Stw i lr Uf L Par a V JJENTUCI IIt AltXERICAN rwr j THE BIG STORE GIGANTIC PURCHASE The entire surplus from our clothing manufacturer bought by us for 40c on the dollar must be sold quickly BUY NOW FOR YOUR FUTURE NEEDS Mens Suits and Overcoats S469 Mens Suits and Overcoats 719 Mens Suits and Overcoats 929 Mens Suits and Overcoats 14 39 A complete line of Holiday Articles You can be suited in everything imaginable I I THE BIG STOREMIL- TON M MAHBLESTONE co 5tlletwcca I CHRISTMAS SHOPPING IS EASY A- JSLEDMAIVSThere 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 plus and charms Watches in both solid gold and filled cases ct a wide range of pr- icesDIAMONDS And other precious stones in a variety of beautiful settings We do fine watch repairing S E LEDMAN SON 410 WEST MARKET STREET You Can Rely on Ledmnn a Seel Phon 1333 I tf 424 CHRISTMAS CHEERI- S ASSURED THE USERS OF HULLO S SPECIAL GRADE COFFEE Thirty Surety Coupons With 2 12 Ibs New Blend Coffee for 75c Sixty Surety Coupons With New Blend Tea for 60c JOHN M MULLOY 81M W1XARKICT TREE1 For Your Furniture Wants- III WANT YOUR TRADE- s s stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best k 1 w JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street NNE i I 4 aWtr NN I THERE IS A REASON FOR IT I M J PrH Mgr 1 lb The great popularity and dem for the celebrated QUICK MEAL ndII GAS RANGE is due entirely to its great effici ency durability and great saving quality Sold on easy payments and connected N 215 Market St near Second I WWTTTTTT TTTTTT This Damp Cool rthe Beginning of Winter BRINGS ON BUT A FEW DOSES OF Kam fmuellerJ8IRHEU MfTJ6 Rem d Quickly Relieves It Sold by All Druggists Made by the KAMPFMUELLER MFG CO Louisville Ky Incorporated L IANNON fr- eeG1RSO RHEUMATISM P BAKHON JR VicePrw and Tress L J VEENEMA- HSeeretuy Kentucky Vitrified Brick Co INCORPORATED MANUFACTURERS OF VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK- For l Streets and oadw ysii Office 528 West Jefferson Street Works1 Ma ollaAreOat9lhaaJl Jr TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 1252 f I a 0 0 0 ttJ Att4Jl DR Ja TCHAWK Veterinary f Infirmary 713715 SOUTH SJV11INTE St T Tulslssc9aiS29H Jieacltf2399 4i 0 II J BJCPINCORPDRATED ONS Buy Early Whilethe AssortmentsAre the Largestand andBest Low Making Bacons FamousFor Religious Xmas Gift Suggestions IN Catholic Religious Goods We have an unsually pretty line of Catholic religious goods suitable 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 200Ji I T JT 1 Mens Prayer Books from 25c to 98c Manual of Prayer from 119 up St Vincents Manual at 69c and 115 Catholic Bibles 9c 98c 250 Statues handsome big ones at 150 Holy Water Fonts from lOc to 300 Crucifixes from 19c to 595 Sick Call Outfits Complete 498 Silver Chains With Scapular Medals to wear around the neck 150 and 175 Gold Lockets With Scapular Medal on the inside 295 Also Small Pictures Church Laces and Other Religious Goods PRESIDENTS And Officers Chosen For St Josephs Orphan Society I Last Sunday afternoon Central oC ricers of St Josephs Orphan Soclel for the ensuing year were elected at i largely attended and enthusiastic meeting of representatives of the twelve parish organizations held Ini St Boniface Hall The work of the outgoing officers was commende and the reports for the past year are most satisfactory Much Interest was taken In the election which resulte as follows President Joseph Schildt Vice PresidentBen Stoesser Recording SecretaryD Lubbers Corresponding SecretaryB JJ GeherFinancial SecretaryS O Hub buchTreasurerJohn H Wllms Meetings were also held at the various German Catholic churches and tho following parish Presidents elected St Martins John G Stein metz St Helens John Hartlage St Boniface Jacob Graft or G Will llam Frank who were tied St Marys Joseph E Wuersch St An thonys William Schmitt St Jo sephs John Peters St Francis John Allgeier St Elizabeth Joseph Horblg St Peters Herman Stein lageSt Vincent de Pauls L H Harprlng Holy Trinity John Rott man Holy Trinity St Matthews Dominick Zehnder AGED INSPECTOR DEAD An exemplary character was called to his eternal reward Monda afternoon in the person of Michae J Fahey of the Dominican pariah Mr Fahey was a shining example oC Catholic manhood ever attentive to the duties of his holy religion and his character and life will ever stand as a model to those whose privilege It was to know him Born In Ire land seventyseven years ago he tame to this country when a boy md for over half a century he had seen an industrious and respected resident of this city Mr Fahey was me of the oldest employes of the Louisville Nashville railroad and for fortyfive years had held the position of car Inspector retiring ire years ago on account of age Until last week he enjoyed good health when he was stricken with apoplexy and gradually sank fully irepared for the end Ho was a pioneer member of the Catholic nights of America and that body lad charge of the funeral Surviving foil Fahey are his wife and eight hlldren who are James Fahey official stenographer in Judge Lincolns ourt John J of Birmingham Ala Villlnm B of the Kentucky Central rife Insurance Company Mrs EJItatonj of Chicago Mrs Paul Lam sen of Cincinnati and Mrs Helen IcCJoy and Misses Mary and Mar aret Fahey of Louisville The uneral was held Wednesday morn- Ing from St Louis Bertrands hurch and when the ceremony had een concluded the body was In arred in St Louis cemetery to rest eacefully until the Resurrection day ON UNFAIR LIST The Grocers Baking Company lo cnted at Seventh and Magnolia hs- been placed oh the unfair lit by the 1cal Trade and Labor AHmbly- and the members of organized labor 118 planning a termlntd warfare onIthlt eoiapahy and its products Q Our Prices Are Goods and MONUMENTHaving I stock of Monuments of the late Muldoon Monument Company we are In a position to offer the same to parties wishing to im prove their cemetery lots at yery lowprices Give it usa citE at our ware rooms 318320 West Green St New Muldoon Monument CcC ftlftflPTfYBVJUrluitlUKi I A O H- DIVISION 1 Ue U at Falls City Hall eta Fir and= l1hird Tuesday PresidentMartin J Cualclc Vice President Charles J Finns ganRecording Secretary Anthony J TompkinsFinancial Secretary Jos E Farrell 1808 West Market TreasurerThomas P Lawler SergeantatArma Louis Killer SentinelHenry McDemott DIVISION a Beets first and third Wednesdays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth aad yfal nut streets Y I t V President Con J Ford Vice lreetdeat17lSirUtvan- TreasurerJames Welsh 11OKeefeOKeefeFinancial Secretary John J eaney 1607 IJuJBe niL Sergeant at Arms L Charle Obat Sentinel Edward Bresnam DIVISION 5- Meets Tint and Third Monday Ilaateeata and Portland PresidentHugh Hoorlgatt Vice President J M Malpey Recording Secretary Thoa Stev ensFinancial Secretary John G lessloa 1710 Baird TreasurerD J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJames Steven- sSentinelJrhomas Noes- DIYIBIOId 4 Meets Second aaet Fourth Monday Bertfaird Hall Blith Sgeei PresidentJohni H Heanwoy LyackRecording rI Financial secretaryThomas 1- Langan 807 West Oa- kTreasurerThomas Downey Sergeant= atArm John Ooleman Sentlnrt M J McDermott ST Act X t MACKIN COUNCIL 205 loots Moaday HT afegB at Club House 344 North Tw ntyibctt President Frank O Adaais First Vise PrldHtA CLlnk Secoad Viet IlrwideatWilliami- hn Financial Secretary Wm Link Recording SecretaryRobert Oa borne retaryGorgeiMinonll TrecMHirer Robert T Berke- dlarahvllPied Utorttrl In ld i itfaul TKUr haltot tttaI4It ND MEMORIAL Hibernians Will Tomorrow PayTribute to Their Dead Tomorrow afternoon at 23 oclock in St Louis Bertrands Hall the County Board and Ancient Orde of Hibernians will hold their annual memorial services in honor of the deceased members of the order The County Board at its last meeting ar ranged a most excellent programme and Hibernians in Louisville shoul feel It their duty to be present A feature will be the musical number to be rendered by tho excellent choi of the Ladles Auxiliary Rev J I Cronin VG County Chaplain of the order will offer the opening prayer and the Ladles Auxiliary choir will render The Angelus County President W J Connoll will be the first speaker and wit be followed by James P Barry of Division 1 and William T Meehan of Division 2 who will deliver ad dresses and preesut resolutions Face to Face by the choir will be the next number followed by the addresses and resolutions of Edward J Mackey for Division 3 and Will lam P McDonogh for Division 4 After the Ave Maria by the choir State President P J Welsh will be heard and the closing remarks will be made by the Very Rev James P Cronin Members are requested to bring their friends and relatives of deceased members tp these services SHELBY CLUB SANTAS Next Wednesday afternoon the Shelby Democratic Club through the efforts of Squire Frank Dacher Its r esident and Judge Herman Gock and the Christmas Tree Committee will have tho cheeriest and best Christmas celebration that the club has ever given It will take place at he clubs hall Shelby and Roselane rod the pub1Jcordially invited to participate and see what this or lanlzation is doing for the children of the Second and Third wards There will be plenty of goodies and oys on hand for every girl and boy and also special gifts that were do ated for the little ones holding the ucky tickets Charles Mann Frank ocher Jphn Sandmann Dr C W Schmidt Phil Flelg and Fred Mueller who are Experienced Santa pauses will be in their glory for tone know better how to amuse and make the little ones happy For the joy it brings the Shelby Democratic Hub deserves continued success ST PETER CLAVERS Under the direction of Rev Father Constantine many noticeable Improvement have been made In St- Peter Clavers church on Lampton street for colored Catholics Father Constantine has had the exterior alnted and the Interior beautifully tinted and frescoed In addition a handsome high altar has been rected and the side altars painted and renovated Father Constantine has made an extensive study of the social moral and Intellectual condI- tion of the negro race and Is very s iccessful in his work- BELLEVUE Phil Sheridan Council Y MIpI ellevue has elected the following fleers President George Benz Vice President C Cella Financial Mretary William GroUch Treas rer Harry Httdepaol Marshal arry Dl c Directory Bt Tklery J CaMldYf J Heaver R Hlla and rJ- YOR Hone V of BUILDING assese aw s wee N Removal Sale Prices On High Grade FootwearF- or Holidays and Every Day a pair of shoos ia our present stock be moved our new home now near completion Clearance prices in every department from now on Childrens Felt and Comfy I Slippers49c to 1 50 Womens Comfys and Fur trimmed Romeos75c 200 Mens Felt Leather Slippers 100 to 350 Rubber and Leather IIBoys200 kind the and oldfashioned 250 i BOSTON Not will into lug and Misses Shoes growIngfor 128 Odds and Ends of Misses Shoes Splendid values in regular 200 and 250 shoes nearly all sizes in the lot special removal price95o Boys Shoes- In gunmttaland patent colt 250 values cut to 185 Womens 195 300 ShoesII2500 pairs Pingree soles metal and patent kid welt BOSTON SHOE CU oa 441443 AVENUE FOURTH J I HOLIDAY SUGGESTIONSS A Complete Line of Everything Suitable For Gifts Smoking Jackets 350 to 15 Dressing Gowns 350 to 15 Combination Sets 50c 75c 1 and 150 Leather Novelties 1 to 15 Jewelry50cto 750 Umbrellas and Canes 1 to 10 Do not forget the legitimate sale of Mens and Boys Clothing and Overcoats Our late opening results in your gain Mens Suits and Overcoats 13 50 16 19 23 andup Boys Suits and Overcoats at 350 5 7 ane 9 THE LIVE STORE JOn Fourth Between Market and Jefferson 1 I A CANDIED REQUEST We respectfully request our patronst to leave j til t their orders for Christmas Candies as soon as v possible and avoid the rush of the last few days RUDOLPH BAUER CANDY MAKERS I 219 West Jefferson230 West Market I IbaNlIS NOiH0i1 ONl4iei0tl it+ FOR GOOQN SAKE EAT MOTHERS BREAD IIMade in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in Js J NAUGHTOil jos N HIGGINS CHAS E NAUGHTON N ughtons Pharmacy Prescriptions Filled By Registered Pharmacists Only J Telephone Us and We Send For Them Home Pkoe 897 TENTH AND JEFFERSON STS Southern Star Block Coal 2 PER TON Youll be more than satisfied with this or any other grade we handle Phone your order Home 510 Cumb S 10S8Y Yards First and A Pope and Payne Fifteenth and Magnolia SOUTHERN COAL AND COKE CO INCORPORATED LET MEKEEP YOUR RAZORS AND SAFETY BLADES SHARP v Plain Razors 25bEach Safety Blades 30c Per Poz V C WATHEN DRUGGIST Seventh and Jefferson Louisville Ky A 1