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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 PATRONIZE CREAGERSBUSINESS BUSINESSSCHOOL Second sad Breckioridfe c VOLUME XXXINO 23 6 1913 PRICE FIVE CENTS III r ii 1 All MOURNINGTle Passing of Col John H Whallcn Jh Poor and Needy Have Ldst Their True Friend sail Champion PortlHcd by Last Rites of the Church Before Ills End MANY TRIBUTES TO MEMORY Although expected hourly never theless the deatl of Col John H Whallen on Wednesday evening came as a blow to the majority of Louisville citizens rich and poor all alike being Interested in the gallant but hopeless fight he was making for his life and the Louisville pub lic regardless of creed or color realizes in his death that the city suffered a distinct loss Col Whallen died at 720 oclock Wednesday night at his home In Spring Bank Park on the western outskirts of Louisville His death which ended an Illness of several years was due to arterlo sclerosis complicated by Bright disease and acute uremia Although he had long been an intermittent sufferer from these maladies Col Whallens Illness did not attain a critical stage until last summer The night of the late primary August 2 he sat In his office In the Buckingham Theater receiving the returns The following day ho left for Europe in the hope that a vacation and change of climate would restore his waning health During an absence of about two months Col Whallen toured Ireland Scotland and England He sent optimistic messages to his friends from various points but upon his return it was seen that the trip had been of little If any benefit Since his return his health had been declining gradually but inexorably Four weeks ago weakened by a severe cold he was forced to his bed The attending physlcans Dr John H Buschemeyer and Dr Clinton Kelly were at his side con stantly using all the resources of- theirski11 DesplA thlr efforts his conalti albreto da while he Was still conscious the last rites were administered by the Rev Father C Brey pastor of the Holy Cross church at Thirtysecond and Broadway Twice later he received holy communion Last Tuesday morning Col Whallen lapsed into a state of unconsciousness from which be did not again emerge Realizing that the end was drawing near Ills relatives and intimate personal friends gathered about his bedside With him when the end came were Col James Po Whallen his brother and business asoclate two daugh ters Mrs Ella Herfurth and Mrs Nora Moore both of Newport Ky Mayor Buschemeyer Dr Kelly and several close friends Wednesday morning at 11 oclock the Rev Father Brey and the Rev Father Raffo visited the Whallen home again Col Whallen grew weaker toward the close of the day until at 705 oclock when Dr Buschemeyer announced that the pulse of the patient had ceased to beat Fifteen minutes later Col Whallen was dead No scene in his life was more affecting than that which concluded It The bed in which the sick man lay was against the south wall of the room Col James Whallen was at the right side holding his brothers hand Next stood Col Whallens grand children Dorothy and Goldie Her furth and next to them his two daughters Mrs Moore and Mrs Horfurth Mrs James P Whallen was at the foot of the couch On the left were Thomas Whallen a talfbrother Frank McGrath and Edward T TIerney the Chairman of the Board of Public Safety In the hall outside were John Shea Frank Dugan George W Berry Ed ward OConnor and R E Fleming Col iWhallen came of Irish par ents He was born In New Orleans In the year 1850 His father moved to Kentucky when John was yet a baby and settled in Maysvllle The father died when this son was seven years old and with his brothers he faced life as a whgeearner at this time At the age of thirteen Col Whallen always of an adventurous nature ran away to war and joined the Confederate army under Gen Morgan At the conclusion of the strife he took up the peaceful pur suit of clerk in a store and Post office in Campbell county His natural instinct for actlvty asserted itself after a brief service here and no went to Newport Ky where he Joined the police force He soon tired of this occupation and went to Tennessee where he obtained em ployment with a construction gang on the Cincinnati Sputhern railway This field of actlvty soon was ex hausted in interest for the Colonel ana he came to Loulsvlle in his early twenties and took up work in a rock quarry Here he was Joined by his brother Jim and the life history of these two baa run in an inseparable line from that day to the present time With the two brothers exist ence was mutual All their extensive affairs of whatever Import and importance have been carried on Jointly arid so greatly were their interests unified tfeat friends Jocularly remarked Whenever the rnallens buys pair of shoes piie belongs to Jlra and 16e other to r 0- ii N E TUCK 1RI1SHWELOUISVILLESATURDA1fiDECEMBER John The two brothers have seen poverty and affluence and their for tunes have swung with the pendulum they shared their scores of thousands together with the same remarkable degree of brotherly af fection that marked the fortitude with which they divided their hard ships In earlier days f- In many respects Col Whallen re sembled Big Tim Sullivan the famous political boss of the New York Bowery The one difference was that Sullivan delighted In politi cal preferment in the way of office holding himself while Col Whallen shrank oven from haVing his name mentioned in connection with any office In organization of forces for political campaigns there was a striking resemblance in the methods of the two political bosses The scret of Col Whallens success in campaigns like Sullivans was to commOn was always charitable both polit ically and personally Give me the rag tag and bobtail if you choose to put It that way Col Whallen used to saYand the enemy can have the other and if we do not win we will find out the reason why Cot Whallen like Sullivan always held his forces together by keeping his word with them When he made a promise he always kept It He dealt differently with the common people than he did with the leaders or candladtps for office This car ried weight r The last big political coup achieved by Col Whallen personally was undoubtedly the election of W O Head as Mayor of Louisville in 1909 True Col Whallen was deeply Interested in the race this partyledDemocratic party led by Dr John H Buschemeyer Mayoralty candi dates but his nctlvtly In behalf of the latter was too insignificant to be tompared to his work during the HeadGrlnstead campaign It will ho recalled that Col Whallen Just after the Democratic primary last August made a trip to Europe In poor health which explalhs why he did not undertake to carry the bur den of the Democratic movement But the 1909 campaign which re sulted in the election of Mr Head gave the city of Louisville a final fleeting glimpse of the old war Horse at his best with all the vim and energy of a real fighter and the fire of battle flashing In his eye when the struggle was at its height paidbyPowell and Mayor Buschemeyer Rev Celestine Brey pastor of Holy Cross church Thirtysecond street and Broadway where Col tVhallen was a communicant He was certainly a verycljnrjtAble mjuv 1i1PlnijJJjttdWhalleh was an active worker In the St Vincent de Paul Society the Catholic charity organization and as long as he was able to be out attended meetings of the society every Sunday He will be missed very much by the poor whom he helped in countless ways especially In cold weather I recall for in stance his public distribution of food and clothing two or three win ters ago We often discussed the problems of aiding the humble in the way of securing better and more comfortable living conditions Col Whallen seemed to feel a personal burden because the poor could not suffer less from the miseries of pov erty could not have less drudgery and could not have more leisure to seek the pleasures of life education and beautiful things Yes he talked often about improving the conditions of the poor but he never discussed politics with me Dr E L Powell pastor of the First Christian church when ap prised of the death of Col Whallen said I have never been associated with Col Whallen save in one mat ter that of the campaign a year or two ago for the establishment of the Salvation Army citadel In this city and I must say that he showed a great deal of zeal and energy In the campaign and gave evidence that he was thoroughly acquainted with such work I was never associated with him in a political way I have though freouently expressed commendation or his work and Interest In establishing what Is known as a winter commissary for the benefit of the worthy poor of the city Mayor Buschemeyer Mr grief tonight over Col Whnllens death is personal The Colonel and I have been close personal friends for over twentytwo years In my ncaualnt anco with him I have found him to bo the most charitable man I over met He was absolutely true and loyal to all his friends at all times and In all conditions He was one of the greatest men ever mothered by LouisvilleThe services over the remains of Col WhaUen will be held this morning at 930 oclock at Holy Cross church of which he was a most devout member Father Celes tine Bray the pastor will be the celebrant of the solemn high mass of requiem assisted by many nrlests who were friends of Col Whallen Rev Father B t Cunningham of St Vincent former pastor of Holy Cross will 10 the deacon Father Boland of Somerset the Bubdeacon and Father Doherty of Paynesville master of ceremonies The sermon will bo preached by Rev Charles P Raffo who knew Col Whallen In timately for years The pallbearers who will carry the remains to their resting place in St Louis cemetery are Mayor Buschemeyer James B Brown Frank MoGrath Frank Dugan Edward Tlerney Charles J Cronan W O Head and John H Shea SPEAKER AT BANQUET The Most Rr Ar hop John Ireland will be the principal speaker at the annual Lincoln banquet of Minnesota Coramandery Loyal Lvion in ties lintel fcyaa at 8k Paul on February il ij t r v io 1 Photograph Col John H Whallen Tken While He Was Chief of Police ADVENT V Period of Anticipation For thin Great Feast of the I Nativity Church Exhorts Us to Look For ward to Festival of Christinas Its Neilil Qy cede Christ Ast It Never Did Before PRAYER ALL MEN SHOULD OFFER The season of advent which be gan last Sunday Is a period of anticipation for the great feast of the Nativity of our Lord During the twentyfive days which this year compose the first considerable por tlqn of the ecclesiastical calendar the church exhorts her children to look forward to the festival of Christmas and in prayer and pen ance make themselves a people prepared for its proper keeping With beautiful appropriateness the church has arranged tho liturgy of the season in such a way as to emphasize the yearning of the hu man race before the coming of our Lord for the fulfillment of Its hopes She goes back in spirit over the thousands of years which Inter vened between the entrance of sin Into the world and the advent of Him who was to redeem humanity In the words of the old dispensation she says Send down the dew ye heavens from above and let the clouds rain the Just One let the earth be opened and bud forth the RedeemerIt language of the prophets which she uses terms of ardent longing and fervid expression in order to impress most deeply on the minds of the faithful the need of the world for a Saviour and the greatness of Gods condescension when in the fullness of time He sent his Son made of a woman made under the law that He might redeem them who were under the law that we might receive tho adoption of sons Advent time is now the churchs preparation for the coming of the Redeemer with his grace and truth into countless souls In the twen tieth century as well as in the first He must be allowed and Invited to come into human life and human af fairs if He is to direct our feet in ways of peace He came Into his own and his own received Him not was his experience with the people peculiarly his own and it has been repeated from age to age The world today needs Christ as badly as It has ever needed Him in the past Into every department of activity into education government business social relations religion even there has entered so much of the material and so many sordid elements that the Lord and his saving graces have been either sedulously excluded or thoughtlessly Ignored The mystery pf the approaching season Is bound up In the word coming and It should be the prayer of every Christian during this holy time that the loving Saviour of men may find a more general welcome in thong State and church and that his salutary presence and blessed influence may be permitted to redeem modern society and insti tutions from thelradmUt4idaiu1 r COL WHA LEN From Latest Photograph RECENT DEATHS Mrs Susan Gorman widow of the late Edward Gorman died Monday afternoon at her home 730 Zane street leaving four daughters and a son to mourn her loss She had beep a patient sufferer from a com plication of diseases that caused her death The funeral was held Wednesday morning from St Louts BertrandachurchII r Mrs Magdalena Buecker wife ofI Patrolman Charles Buecker I Tuesday night at her home 944 Mary street Several brothers and sisters survive and to them and the bereaved husband is extended the ThefuIneralmorning at St Vincent de Pauls church and were largely attended I The funeral qf Mrs Mary Hines widow of the late John Hines was held Monday morning from St I Michaels church attended by many of her old friends For two yearn she was a sufferer from asthma and the end was not unexpected I Mrs Hines resided at 827 Franklin street and is survived by one song John Hines and Misses Catherine tyodaugbtersI Friends and relatives were deeply grieved when they learned of the death of Dr Clarence E Frey which occurred Sunday night at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs Oscar Frey Thirtyeighth and Market streets The deceased was thirty two years old and a member of St Columbas church from where the funeral was held Wednesday morn ing Rev Father John Kalaher the pastor officiating at the solemn mass of requiem Funeral services over the remains of Mrs Ellen Pryor for year a highly esteemed resident of this city were held Monday at St Brlglds church Mrs Pryor died at the home of her daughter Mrs Emil Von Siebenthal 1602 Lucia avenue following an illness of pneumonia Mrs Pryor was best known In St Williams parish where she was ever ready to assist her neighbors in sickness and distress Two daugh ters and a son survive her FEDERATION AT BALTIMORE Cardinal Gibbons has arranged with Archbishop John Ireland of St Paul and Bishop Patrick Dono hue of Wheeling to preach the sermomt at the PbaHfloal mass and solemn vespers at the opening of the convention of the American FederatiOn of Catolic Societies that meet in Baltimore next Octpber The Cardinal is funeral Chairman of the commit thaVw111 manage the convention Cardinals iFarley and OConnell ua ripeeted to attend D y CHALLENGED Itcligious Strife Is Raised Over President Wilsons Policy I s Methodists Assertion That Catholics Are Favored Stirs Priest Hint ThatvgActlohjiIsjiJRclaycd llccnuscot i MtftvK Church Called Contemptible r CANT PROVE HIS ASSERTION toa preachers conference at Asbury Park on Tuesday of last week the Rev Dr James William Marshall Superintendent of the New Brunswick district of the Methddist Episcopal church said that Presi dent Wilson has picked Roman Catholics for 80 per cent of the offices ho has filled He also said that the President was tardy in taking action In Mexico because Mexico is a Catholic country On Sunday the Rev Thomas A Roche rector of the Catholic church of the Holy Spirit at Asbury Park challenged Dr Marshall to prove his assertions which he says are misleading and false I challenge Dr Marshallrsaid Father Roche to prove that even lo per cent of the Presidents appointments have been Roman Cath olic Dr Marshalls insinuation as to the Mexican policy of the United States is mean and contemptible And unworthy of an honorable man I hope that Dr Marshalls attempt to stir up religious strife in this I vicinity will be a failure The Reverend Doctor seems to know as much about our history as I I hoIj I aim about Catholics and their do lings II Father Roche then reminded Dr i Marshall that Roman Catholics signed the Declaration of Indo pendence wore praised by Washington for their bravery and loyalty in lihe Continental army and died by the tens of thousands in the civil war I Has Dr Marshall he asked lever heard of the gallant Jack Barry the father of the American aavyof Gen Shields of the last Mexican war of the Irish Brigade at Gettysburg All these bravo men were Catholics and I wonder if Dr t I Marshall will say they were a men tee and unfit to hold public office I At present there are hundreds of I Catholic officers and thousands of Catholic men in the army and navy I ready to begin war if necessary and does Dr Marshall call them a men ace and unfit to hold public office I think Dr Marshall would hand over the offices to that crowd which shouts and waves the flag in times of peace and when war comes hands It over to the other fellows I Can Dr Marshall prove that the Catholics of Asbury Park are not I law abiding respectful of authority honest good friends and kind neigh bore He knows these virtues ar taught them by their church and that the Roman Catholic church is dlIhdl It I dp not know President Wil eons policy toward Mexico and I A as itDrthe U 1 i J vast majority of our citizens I be lieve that the President possesses rare wisdom and prudence and with them I believe he will settle the Mexican problem to the satisfaction- of the American people TRINITY COUNCIL I At the annual election of officers I of Trinity Council YIf 1 held- i Monday night one of the strongest admlnlstrationMn the history of thej i council was chosen headed by James B Kelly as President Under the leadership of President Kelly the boys believe they will be enabled to erect the much needed addition to the club house In accordance with the original plans as It was during his first term as President that the present structure was built The election of Attorney Benedict Elder as Vice President was equally as popular and assures the members that the Presidents chair will al ways be occupied by a man who is thoroughly capable Frank H Brlghmans choice for Second Vice President was a testimonial and recognition of his long and faithful service as a member of Trinity In appreciation of the honor the new Vice President sprang quite a sur prise on the members when he passed around a box of Daddys Havanas a cigar of his own make which wore much enjoyed This kindly act was by no means in solicitation of office however as it hadbeenJ A OGradY the longtime Chap lain of Trinity Council and pastor of St Aloyslus church surprised the meeting by being on hand and opening the election with a forceful address on the necessity of good government in fraternity as well as city State and national life point Ing out that if good officers were elected as in the past Trinity Council would be bound to succeed Father OGrady was again selected for Chaplain by acclamation He said he did not come to the meeting for the purpose of again being made Chaplain whereupon President Vic Ecker assured him that whether he had been present or not the choice would have been made with the same enthusiasm and unanimity Following are the other officers who will serve Trinity Council during the next year Recording Secretary Paul E BowlingCorresponding Secretary John Tlmmel Financial Secretary Joseph M MayerTreasurerE G Ellort Marshal George Ossle Garrity Inside SentinelEdward Schra der Outside Sentinel Tom Murphy IfaUyicoiExecutiveyr Dan J Hennessy C Edward Mueller Alex Kaiser Dave OConnell V K Ecker RIORDAX THO fAS The marrIage of Miss Mary Wood RIordan to Dr William Oscar Thomas of Savannah Tenn was solemnized Tuesday at the home of the bride at Canmer Hart county the Rev Thomas J Hayes of Bowling Green uniting the happy couple The ring ceremony was wit nessed by a large number of friends of the bride and groom The house was beautifully decorated for theI occasion Just before the entrance of thee bridal party Mrs E A Flanders sung Melody of Love ac companied by Miss Elizabeth RIor dan on the piano The bridal party entered to Mendelsohns wedding march Miss Ada Russell the brides maid was attended by Claude Grady Next came the maid of honor Miss Lillie Riordan The bride entered alone and was met by the groom who had entered from a rear door Dr and Mrs Thomas left for a short trip after which they will reside In Savannah Tenn I UNION PRINTERS HOME The Union Printers Home located at Colorado Springs is the only institution of Its kind in the world being established by the Interna tional Typographical Union for tho benefit of aged and infirm members of the union and was erected in everyIcentbeinga surplus of 13000 in bank to the credit of the fund With the ex ception of 110000 donated by George W Chllds and Anthony J Drexel this building was erected by the efforts of the union printers of America A hospital annex costing dateIlast year a pavilion costing 20000 and accommodating thirtytwo patients was added The property is now valued at 1000000 by conservative real estate men and the Typographical Union in the past nineteen years has expended in building and maintaining the home over 1250000 The union print ers through a small monthly contribution pay the bill and it is their boast that their members when overtaken by age and adversity do not become public charges but have a home to go to a home which they paid for in the days of their earning power and are not living on charity VISITED THEIR DAUGHTER Mfi and Mrs George J Butler of delightfulIThanksglvlng SpringfieldIItered the novitiate of the Dominican l4lleseButler was oneht the most exem plary young ladles jn the West End her presence Is missed by her land circle of friends She will make her first vows and receive the Dominican habit next Marsh Inre Hgloa she will be known as Slate Dorothea i r DO SSWORK Office Your k 1 ASQUITH Will Not Give in to Lenders Who Want to Cast Ballot Unionist Appeal For Early Election Said to Be Only a Sham Government in a Position to Carry Through Entire- 1rogrnnuno UNIONISTS CHANCES ARE SLIM The Irish hoipo rule political situ ation has undergone no change and there Is not likely to bo any for it cannot be imagined that Asquith could over be mean enough to give In to the clamor of the Unionists for another general election cables Philip Everett There Is of course not the slightest reasons why ho GovernmentsIn withoutthedid and dissolve Parliament as soon as Lloyd Georges new land before todescribewould arise wfthln the Unionist nothingtoway ijf a programme except resist ancejo home rule which is rather a negative one electionwouldists If they were defeated they would have to submit to home rule and if they won their position would be even worse for their first act would naturally be to drop the home rule bill entirely and In that case 1 they would themselves have shown thingtoment by armed force Unionists have had a taste before of trying to rule Ireland when that Island is In a state of rebellion and they did not enjoy It much and this time the rebellion would be open instead of veiled Nobody knows better thajM howbvetheirare very slim until the home bill has become law and the number of Irish representatives at West minster greatly reduced and their continual cry for a general election Is nothing but a sham which Is probably the reason why they are very careful not to promise to give up their opposition to home home rule In case the voters should return a majority of radical mem bers There Is no doubt In tho minds of the members of the Government or of anyone else that the losses of radical votes at recent byelections were due to the fact that while t Larkin who tried to help the work- Ingmen i of Dublin to better their conditions was arrested for sedition aCarsonthreats has never been touched Meeting a member of the Govern ment at the National Liberal Club d the other night ho asked the reason why no attempt had ever been made to punish King Carson and received the following explanation Larkin was sent to prison for Inciting a the populace to rebel against existing authority while Sir Carson has only told his followers to make revolution if the homo rule bill bwhichb number of men threatening or organizing opposition to a nonexisting order of things But the moment the home rule bill becomes law theiposition of Sir Edward Carson F C Smith Capt Craig and others is automatically changed A continu ance of their campaign would be come high treason and each of them would bo liable to the death penalty i That Is the view the law offi cers of the Crown are obliged to take when advising the Government In the present crisis and when Sir Edward arouses a storm of applause from Ulster covenanters and Tory galleries In England by challenging the Government to prosecute him ho knows very well what answer he has up his sleeve So far he has done nothing but ask his followers to remain faithful to the existing Government a most loyal act in the eyes of the law which must necessarily deal with fact and not with contingencies Who will noW deny that Sir Carson Is a hero FATHER YORK WILL BUILD ti Rev Father Thomas York paator of St Pauls church will soon begin the erection of one of the most totakedestroyed by fire The church wBl bo 50x116 feet of mixed Gothic and Grecian architecture and built of besixteenhigh and therein will be located the baptistry with a waiting room on tho second floor for the choir It will be clear story to the roof the sanctuary being 50x30 feet Includ ing the sacristy A grand arch will separate the sanctuary from the church which will have a larger seating capacity than the old church Father York feels greatly encouraged and is daily receiving promises of aasistanef Thomas J Nolaa i thi architect for the new St Pauls rI K 4 1 KENTUOKY XRJSg A1tIE YcAt 1RI Jr- ijij KNTU6KY IRISH flWERlGflN Iaevoted te tile Social and Moral 4inctmtmtu ofllrlall AiwrlcaM Mi Cartellci Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hlberalans Young Mans Institute and CathoHc Knights of America KBNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO UeorpoMted PuhlUhere INSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY se v BriUrd at tk Lnlirlllt PoitoHIc a 6wnd CIa nttr AMrtti all CoMBiailcatloii to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Oreei St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY DECEMBER 619131 R I P There Is deep grief In Loulsvlllt and Kentucky oevr the death of Col John Hi Whallen and from many homes are ascending prayers for the repost of his soul Fortified by the last sacraments and ready for Gods call his relatives and friends find consolation In the fact that he hadI a peaceful and happy death of Irish parents Col Whallen himI self under the rough exterior of a hard working man had the heart oi a gentleman He bad also more than the average share of brainsI years ago his business recognized and he has loft his markI In all that tended to making vllle a great metropolis Col Whallen was ever for progress oi big lines and to him must be given credit for being a leader true to his friends and generous to all people no matter what their race or creed The poor had found him their mainstay In sickness and distress and 1 it Is they who will mis him most But what his old colleagues feel most is the loss of Col Whallen himself with his big heart and his simple and pleasant ways Never did we hear him say an unkind word even under provocation Envy and xm charitableness had no place In his nature How different a place the world might be If one could sty this of many of those who jostle and hustle through It To his bereaved relatives we extend the heartfelt sympathy of the entire community Col Whallen has gone to his eternal rest May Gds perpetual light shine upon him- ENTERS PROTEST f The erection of the statue of George D Prentice recently removed from the CourierJournal building before the main entrance of the Public Library does not meet with the favor expected and people an rotesting aglnst the action of the rommlsaloncrs One write Vw I see In todays papers that It iis the Intention of certain gentleme of this city to place the statue ot George iD Prentice before the mat entrance of tho Public Library Could a more glaring Insult be offered to the foreignborn and Catholic citizens of Louisville I think that the representative Catholic societies of this city should enter a strong protest to such a proceed IngThe writer bases his protest on the fact that Prentice did much to retard the growth of Louisville Ilnd was so unAmerican as to head the Knownothlng party and help brit the the Bloody Monday disgrace that marred her history SHOWED CHRISTIAN SPIRIT The Peoria Ministerial Association honored Archbishop Spalding at Us meeting on the morning of his anniversary by passing resolution of felicitation upon the occasion of the celebration of his golden Jubilee The Archbishop and the Ministerial Association never fall to exchange greetings Several years ago he favored them with an address before one of their regular meetings and their relations have always been mutually agreeable How different and edifying this Christian spirit than that of those who slander their Catholic brethren and remain with out any religious fold j I ILOSING CASTE The following is taken from the Congregationalist a Baptist paper published in Boston and needs no comment The Menace published In Aurora Mo has reached a million circulation It has taken for its mission the exposing of the Roman Catholic 1 church Sq Jonllas It stuck to one or two really valid Issues such as the defense of the public school and the Opposition of public awards to s sectarian institutions it had a legitimate field When It passed over Into the realm of disgusting muck raking of erring priests the reprinting of medieval history and an i np rtnent and embittering mixture into politics the Menace lot Its rnljaion SiSTILL RAVING Some of our local AP A dupes are Snot aIout able to be On their teE atter tie awful Jolt receled ex- eleotlou day M evidenced by the fact ttwt the Kentucky Irish Amen c can ii la receipt of an anonymous omwnmlclLtklu written jh Menttte style d Ttnc tbut our jails and penltenttarlee eonUls 76 perc cent Catholics and IO per Cent ntcntet M J Inmates Axtons defeat still has tnc Junior boys raving The usually rellable Catholl Citizen tells its readers that Gov McCreary was one of the speakers at Archbishop Spalding jUbilee celebration This Is a mistake as Qov McCreary spent that day in the Executve office at Frankfort The truth Is Kentucky was ably reprc sented by Its eloquent Lieutenant Governor Hon Edward J McDermott whose splendid address appeared in our last issue W Harvey Newhall who died here this week was one of Louis villos oldest and most respe ted citizens one whom the Catholics always honored Born in this City eightyeight years ago bo was always interested In Its progress and was one of the most fearless of thi leaders who opposed the Knownoth Ings when they brought disgrace and suffering on Louisville on Blood Monday President Wilson members of his Cabinet and Justices of the Unitec States Supremo Court Senators and Representatives in Congress the Diplomatic Corps and many others prominent in public life attends the PanAmerican macs in St Pat nicks church on Thanksgiving day And the country goes right along despite the exceptions and fears the bigots manifested In the Louisville Times of Tuesday evening we read the following With every respect we suggest that If ministers are to take religion seriously if the flippant and mirth making spirit is to vanish from the pulpit there will be some churches emptier than before Many an now wondering what church the Times attends There still remains time fqi making the Jubilee Romembei that you may not live for thd tea Tffe Time has varrlved Whent 4 deli r quents must act Fourteen dead and 176 injured is the toll of the football game up to December 1 Ford brutality Ilnd disastrous results football has m equal Next Monday December 8 wll be the feast of the Immaculat Conception and consequently a holy day of obligation FOOTBALL VICTORIES Notre Dames football team close one of its most remarkable season Thanksgiving day at Austin Texas with a victory over Texas Unl verslty 29 to 7 Seven victories and no defeats constituted Notre Dames record In three games tin team approximately covered a distance of 5500 miles and despite the fact of the long Journeys and changes in climate Notre Dame was victorious in every game The Army Pennsylvania State Texas South Dakota Christian Brothers Alma and Ohio Northern are the teams Notre Dame defeated In the choice of the AllAmerican team Notre Dame expects to have several players represented AMERICANS WIN DEGREES The following students from the United States at the North American college in Rome have been awarded theologyJohnAnderson Andrew Farrell Stanislaus Bona Alexis Qoifski Edward Lyons Thomas McKay Eugene Sands Will- Iam Little Henry Takkenberg Aloysius Fitzpatrick John Sheridan Vllliam Fisher Francis Kelley and Arthur Kiffln Those who received the degree of doctor of philosophy are James Kenny Thomas Noa Alfred Handon Andrew Daley James Hall ran Gerald Kealy Philip Ma- honey John Wanener John Cart wright Charles McCormack and Ed mond Kelly WILFRED WARD INVITED Wiflred Ward editor of the Dublin Review who isona lecture tour over the country has been InvitedI to- sivoa lecture to the students of Notre Dame University some time ifter Christmas Mr Ward is well known as the author of several widely read books one of which Is the Life of Cardinal Newman a masterlY biographical work His address at the university will probably DO the same as he is giving in the large cities The Four Cardinals Newman Manning Vaughan and iVlaeman PERISH PROM EARTH The family of President Andrew reklon p riehed from the earth with he death on Saturday at Duranil rich of Utm Sarah Jane White Chamber a gmnddaughter of Je- nJackioftr Chamber wadAtnety three yore old and was born in Veet V1aJaI wa the Imt of It hree daughters of Prwtldent Jadb eon only eon SOG1ETY 1J + Miss Bee Conley was last week I the guest of Mr and Mrs M Davern at Lynnhurst Miss Margaret Dillon was a reI VICarricMrs John H Thomas Crescent Hilt has been entertaining Mrs Wll lam Hagan of Lebanon Miss Essie Everln South Louis vllle Is home from a visit to Mrs P Cochran at Eastwood Mrs James Fitzpatrick Collln Court has as her guest hQr sister Miss Roseallan Stovall of Colesburj Judge Walter P Lincoln of the Jefferson Circuit Court has gone to Florida on a two weeks huntln trip Miss Kate Purcell of Bardstow Junction Is here to spend several weeks with Mrs Brinton In the East End Mr and Mrs C F Schlldt and baby have returned from a weeken visit to Mr and Mrs William Bern Ing Iri CovIngton Mrs Alton Kolb entertained 1 number of friends most delightfully Tuesday afternoon at her home on Cherokee road Mrs J S Grimesand Mrs Edward Grume nave been spending the hoi days with Mr and Mrs E S Crum at Ellzabethtown Miss Ella Diehl who has been Iill at St Anthonys Hospital Is now near recovery to the great relief of Tier many friends Miss Hester McCormack who was the guest of Miss Elizabeth Richards Crescent court has returned to her home In Shelbyvllle James Meehan of New York City Is here for h ten days visit to his brotherinlaw Patrick J Connor 1707 Baird street Misses Mary and Alice Everlr have been spending a week 1in Frankfort the guests of Misses Rose and Genevieve Moran Mrs Beatrice Dalton of Oakdal has gone to Bardstown Junction to spend the winter with her parents Mr and Mrs J H Davis John F Lynch dnd wife were members of the large Southern col- only sojourning this week at the McAlphln In New York City Miss Emma Louise Carraro of 617 Baxter avenue left Saturday to spend several weeks with Wllllar Flora and family in Chicago Miss Irma McGrath of Lafayette Ind has been spending the past reek in Jeffersonvllle the guest of her sister Mrs Joseph F Vogt f Dr Michael Casper and wife and Miss Alice Chsper were last week house guests of Mr and Mrs Marti F Casper Sr at Cannelton Ind Misses Louise and Joan Sulllva have returned to their home at Rock port after a delightful visit with ErgC L Barnett at Kosmosdale Mrs John Murphy gave a tea Fray afternoon at 154 Pope street Iin honqr of Miss Rose Miller of Anchorage the guest of Miss Mary Graff Mr and Mrs Louis Seelbach re turned Monday from Boston whey they visited their daughter Miss Helen Seelbach who is attending school there Louis Schuhmann and bride who was Miss Alice Canty have returne from their honeymoon trip and arc at homo to their friends at 2502 West Walnut street Mrs Elizabeth Brands announce the engagement of her daughter Miss Helen C Brands to Joseph IS Bowling of this city The wedding will take place in January 1 The Emerald Hibernian Social Club will give the next of their series of dances at Utopian Hall on Vedncsday evening and a large attendance is expected on that date Miss Clara Angomolcr who cam home to spend the holidays with her parents Mr and Mrs Harry Ange Bier In the Highlands has returned to her studies at Nazareth Mrs E E Sweeney and son JPiweeney South Louisville after spending several weeks visiting rela ives in Birmingham and Nashville afe again at home in South Louis vllle Mrs Walter P Lincoln and Mist Iae Adams Lincoln are spending a week with Mrs Charles S Nield on Third street during Judge Llncolnr trip to Florida with the Juniper luntlng Club Miss Marie Glover who has been studying music In Paris arrived in New York last Saturday where she Is visiting hr sister Miss Antoinette Glover before coming to Louisville for the holidays Misses Elizabeth and Frances Malone have returned to school In CIncinnati after spending the Thanksgiving holidays with their rents Mr and Mrs John T Ma Ione in the Highlands Mrs William C Lutkesieler and het Misses Eya and Elizabeth and rank Lutkemeler who were here- Cor a holiday yisit to Mr and Mrs John Lutkeraeler pave returned to aelr home In Frankfort Mrs Andrew Corcqran an3 IOn ot lanada and Mlae Htbel Wathen r 110 hoe boon MFI Corebriita KUNt ee Jaa will arrir the middle of 4M month io visit Mi ad Mrs amec band other r lathe i c e I ONE DOLLAR month keeps you on the payroll in event of disability caused by sickness or accident Can you afford to be without this pro tection 11N11WVitiW11i0NN N Louisvilles Big I Busy Department II t4Store I Pro Mail OrdersII I SuggestionsforHome Art Pottery 50c to 150 Bobinet Jed Sets598 to 1000 Bricabrac6Q- o to 1498 Book Cases 1000 to 56- 0liffets3500 to 7250 Bed Spreads30c to 1- 21lankets50c to 20- 0arpets40o to 125 Carpet Sweepers190 to 350 Cups and Saucers 125 to 1000 Curtains 60c to 2000 Cedar Boxes 1000 to 1450 Cut Glassware 75c to 1500 Chocolate Sets 450 to 798 Cracker Jars50c to 348 Chop Plates60c to 298 Carving Sets175 to 650 Clothes Bars60c to 125 Clocks 75c to 125 Chafing Dishes 498 to 89- 1Chaffoniera800 to 8500 Comforts 98c to 1000 Decorated Baskets 60c to 150 Dinner Sets 599 to 642- 1Davenports2300 to 6600 Fern Dishes 148 to 298 Fruit Bowls25c to 548 Fruit Sets 139 to 450 Game Sets 25c to 348 Gas Lamps 298 to 1000 Jardinieres 45c to 500 Lace Bed Sets 150 to 600 Lunch Baskets 25c to 65c Lamps 248 to 898 Leather Couches 1600 to 3900 Ladies Desks 800 to 4000 Mantel Mirrors698 to 1050 Music Cabinets650 to 2100 Mirrors 25c to 698 Mattings 20c to 30c Napkins 1269 to 1500 Oil Cloths25c to 30c Olive Dishes 25c to 100 Orange Spoons 176 to 393 Oyster Forks 175 to 225 Pictures 25c to 500 Punch Sets 348 to 500 Pedestals 149 to 29R Rugs VV 150 to 3500 Rockers fl 250 to 1900 Silk Pillows i 116 to 125 Shirt Waist Boxel200 to 900 Sugar and Creams 100 to 398 Teaspoons Set 69c to 193 Turkish Rockers 1800 to 6500 Table Linen 25c to 198 Towels 6c to 100 Vases 60c to 498 Window Shades 26c to 100 Washing Machines398 to 1498 Mrs William Paulsenr after re maining at St Josephs Infirmary for four weeks where she under went an operation has returned to hen homo 2338 West Walnut street greatly Improved and able to see her friendsII The Stork arrived mornI Ing at the home of John Egan South Louisville leaving there s a handsome thirteenpound boy Both mother and son are doing nicely und so rejoiced is the father that he has not worked any this week Mrs I Egan was Miss Nellie Browne before her marriage I iI IMiss Jeannette Dannenhold entertained I at cards Tuesday afternoon In honor of Misses Florence Zerbie ble of Mt Vernon and Lola Wooley of Bonnievllle the guests of Mist Florence Storch In the center of the refreshment table was a large white basket filled with yellow chrysanthemums and tied with a tulle bow surrounded by silver can dlestlcks holding yellow tapers and yellow silk shades I ITheir many friends were given an surprise when they learned that Miss Mary J Polley daughter of Mrs Mary Polley and Alford M Eberle were married by the Revt Father P M J Rock at the Cathedral of the Assumption on Thanksgiving afternoon Only the immediate I members of the family were present Joseph Eberlo a brother of the bridegroom was best man and Miss Mamlo Devore the bridesmaid of honor Mr and Mrs Eberle will make their home at 702 arret ave flueMisses Mary and Angela Flynn entertained their 600 club on Wednesday evening at their homo 303 East College street The fol lowing were present Misses Lucille I Clark Irene and Rosela Frevllle male Eiler Row Overmeir Comela Ramser Donna Gosonell Mary and Angela iFlynn Messrs Clem Clark Henry Overmeler JhesterKremer Fontaine Kremer Robert Eiler P5 Walker Chester Pontrlck Joseph J Flynn William SchlaegoU W L Helnel of St Louis and Dr Elmer EIunie POPULAR VAUDEVILLE 1 1 The popular ClaHOf vaudeville tow being gives at the National I Theater at popular prleee 1iJ causing a gr tdlof favorable comment for Manager Leo Goldberg and the tern playhouse and la quite an anti tote for the aurteltof popular vaude rills ath h Jaas prides Which Louisville bM feat treated torl oi TRANSYLVANIA E N Canada Genl Supt Ben L Bruner President BAC N SOtINCORPORATED Market Street Bet Third and Fourtha Xmas Gifts For Everybody11 1R1 POPULAR PRICES Suggestions for Men I Bath Robes 298 to 500 Bill Books 50c to 360 Brushes 60c to 498 I 4751CollarsCollar and Cuff Boxes 69c to 398 Card Cases 50c to 298 Combination Sets 60c to 200 Cuff Buttons 25c to 200 Flasks 50c to 350 Fobs 25c to 498 Gloves Wool 25c to 60o Gloves Kid 100 to 175 Gloves Fur 50c to 500 Handkerchiefs Silk 26c to 100 Hose 10c to 75c Jersey Coats 250 to 500 Jewelry Sets 25c to 200 Knives 25c to 98c Morris Chairs 1250 to 3000 Match Safes 50c to 160 Military Brushes 98c to 998 Mitts Wool 25c to 6Qc Mitts Leather 60c to 100 Mufflers 25cto 500 Night Shirts 50o to 100 Neckwear 25c to 100 Pajamas 100 to 200 Pipe SetsII 98c to 150 Playing Cards lOc to 50c Prayer Books 25c to 200 Rain Coats 500 to 2000 Rosaries 10c to + 300 Suspenders 26c to 150 Satchels 200 to 1500 Slippers 98c to 225 Shirts 50c to 200 Sweaters 50c to 300 Scarf Pins 25c to 150 Smoking Jackets 395 to 745 Supporters lOc to 60c Smoking Stands 98c Shaving Mirrors 50c to 698 Shaving Mugs 98c to 350 Traveling Cases 98c to 1950 Umbrellas 60c to 750 Underwear 60c to 200 Watches Gold Filled 445 Suggestions for Women I Albums 25o to 39c Bags Leather 176 to 1250 Back Combs 98c to 493 Belts 25o to 198- Belt Buckles 26c to 36- 0Brooches25c to 498 Battenberg Scarfs 98c to 175 KNIGHTS OF GOIMBDS Lute News That Will Interes Members Here and Elsewhere New Washington Ohio wlH sl10n have a cquncll Rhode Island last week added largely to its membership I There Is a lire membership campaign on in Vancouver Wash Fifty new members were receive into the order at the Initiation jut held at Tiffin Ohio IIn Indianapolis last weak eigh teen candidates took their first step toward Knighthood The Knights of Concord N H were hosts at a reception tendered the clergy of the city One hundred candidates received the degrees at the first initiation held by the new South Milwaukee CouncilCelebrating the anniversary of the edict of Constantine 5000 members attended the special vesper services In St Patricks Cathedral New Yorl CityTrinity Council New York City held a horse show barn dance and general carnival this week the pro seeds swelling the new club house fund Denver Fourth Degree Knights have appointed a committee to aid Judge Lindsey the famed Juvenile Court Jurist in having youthful Catholic dependents placed In Cath olic homes Preparations are preparing to bring several eminent men to Denver to deliver free talks among Whom are Bird Color of New York and Attorney General Timothy Hogan of Ohio WANT NUNS BACK I Efforts to have nuns restored to heir old places In France as hospital mrses are unceasing Last week a petition to this effect bearing 67849 names of citizens of Paris and the environs was presented to hosIpitalstitlon asks that placed be for the Sisters and says rvedItoners have no political psrmitslokPersonslwho terto have their wish We do sot risk to Interfere with the rights of the present staff of the organlza lon but we think that patients have Jio f right to wcpreM their wlehee ad that thelrrf hte r84ual to uoe the IfY I Suggestions for Women Contd Bracelets 75c to 598 Bath Robes 198 to 4U8 Collars Lace 25c to 350 Collars Embroidered lOo to 25c Chiffon Ruffs 125 to 1350 Coats 500 to 3500 Coat Sets 25c to 398 Dress Goods 25c to 350 Fans 25c to 298 Flannels 25c to 100 Furs 19S to 2600 Frills 25c to 250 Gold Chains 98c to 498 Gloves 25c to 350 Hats 250 to 750 Hose 16c to 39S Handkerchiefs 2c to 198 Hand Bass 98c to 1860 Jewel Cases 25c to 498 Kimonos 98c to 498 Manicuring Articles 25c to 50c Manlburing Sets 98c to 1298 Mesh Bags 25c to 698 Muffs 198 to 2500 Music Rolls 25c to 398 Muslin Underwear 25c to 498 Necklaces 25c to 398 Neck Stocks 25c to 250 Nut Picks 50cto 100 Perfumes 25c to 500 Petticoats 50c to 600 Pillow Tops 25c to 98c Pin Cushions 25c to 125 Pocket Books 25c to 593 Plumes 500 to 1350 Rain Coats 760 to 1500 Rubber Gloves 25c to 39c Rings 25cto 3fS Scarfs Silk 50c to 198 SolesFleece 19c to 26c Supporters 25c to 98c Stenciling Outfits lOc to DOe Stationery 10cto 400 Shopping Bags 25c to 398 Slippers 98c to 148 Shoes 150 to 400 Side Combs 25c to 100 Shoulder Shawls 50c to 500 Silks 03ge to 250 Suits 975 to 3500 Skirts 298 to 1250 Toilet Sets 98c to 1898 Umbrellas 50c to 750 Underwear 25c to 175 Velvets 50c to 300 Veils Chiffon 50c to 350 Veilings 10c to 135Visiting Cards x100 to 300 Work Boxes 25 to 350 Waists 50c to 750 Wrappers 98c to 298 NATI0NALFifthI REAL VAUDEVILLE RUSH LING TRYT- he Famous Chinese Musician AXsTA YORKEnglish Comedienne 5 OTHER STAR ACT5Matinee All Scats 100 Night lOa and 20o GAYETY THEATER One Week Commencing Sands Matlae MUSICAL COMEDY George Sidney and Carrie Webber Playing Their Great Success BUSY IZzySupported by well known comedians and a picked chorus of forty who sing twenty catchy numbers VKXCEC Sunday Matinee lOc Un 85a and BOe Tuesday Thursday and Saturday Matinees 1000 seats at 25c Nights lOc 25c 3Bc 600 and 7Sc An Appropriate Xmas Gift For All IN Religious Goods Statues Prayer Books Gold Chain Rosaries Crucifixes Pictures Books Sick Call Outfits GeoPJsterytCoG Home Phone City 8548 1707 WEST MARKET ST PICTURE FRAMES MADE TO ORDER 50000 CATHOLIC CHILDREN are BOW reading the Child Apostle It to a monthly magazine of twenty four pages of stories pictures etc1 Jut for the caUdrsH It costs only tweatrflTe ceats a year Isnt your boy or girl worth having a little ajpuriM all their ownl Bead twentyfive cents la cola or tanpe + Xf a YeW sabecripttoa er ask fer a aarapto eopy Addree- efS I CHILD AFOKftB Ills KeGenaWc MUc CMeafo M y 55 CASUALtyINSURANCE co ISixth Floor Paul Jones Building Come Claus Santa and SeeII MNaWI i I- j Mail Ordersjf Promptly Filled Suggestions for Boys Caps 25c to 50c Cowboy Suits 125 to 139 Gloves 25c to 100 Hats 60c to 200 Indian Suits 79c to 179 Leggings tto 100 Magic Lanterns 75a to 500 Mechanical Toys 60c to 498 Neckwear 60c to 100 Overcoats 198 to 698 Pants 50c to 150 Suits 198 to 748 Sweaters 60c to 150 Skates 75c to 348 Shirts 50c to 100 Suspenders 25c to 100 Sporting Goods 25c to 548 Toys at all prices Trains on Track 125 to 500 Underwear 25c to100Umbrellas 50c to 100 Watches 100 to 1445 Suggestions for Girls Books 6c to 100 Bracelets 75c to 598rCoats 298 to 1500 Dolls 25c to 793 Gloves lOc to 150 Hose lOc to 50c Prayer Books 25c to 200 Rain Coats Rosaries 10c to 300 Rugs 25c to 100 Shoes 100 to 250 Toys of every description Umbrellas 60c to 100 Watches Gold Filled 446 Suggestions for Baby Baby Records 50c to 400 Bonnets 25o to 298 Bootees 19c to 60c Cribs 760 to 900 Comb and Brush nets 60c to 169 Dolls 10e to 100rGoCarts 275 to 2150 High Chairs 1660 to1 40- 0Leggins35c to 125 Nursery Chairs 136 to 235 Rattlers lOc to 25o Sacques 25c to 150 Smaller Coat Sets 150 Teething Rings 10c t Toques 25c to 50c Toys of all kinds t I Mens and Young Mens 15acid18 SUITS 1 for 1275 I Purewool handtailored Worst- eds Cassimeres and Cheviots in fancy pat terns also winter weight Blue Serges and rough finished Worsteds LEVYSI THIRD AND MAR- KETVi1ini mn P CO Office 138 South Fifth Fire and Tornado Insurance lOSSES PROMPTLY ADJUSTED Homo Phone City 5200 Cumbo Phone Main 161 CENTRAL FURNITURE CO s Iabotponkd N 1 Cer Third and OreeR Stll Wutili turf home corn r1sKe neuy paymeapl- IM CALiAtNAN MJr alK pMt iT r 3nnl F 1r1 C NUOKY 3CRIH A1iIERXCAN GRAN W SMITHS SON AL S SMITH PROP Funeral Director and Embalmer BOTH PHONES 810 i j 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET N1 1N NN NAN NNWMNMNN NN N7 41 11 I J + JI +++ Jc t 1 J Hz1 t ti1111 111 1101 III 1 THOMAS KEENAN v Funeral Director and Embalmer 1221 WEST MARKET STREET TELEPHONE CITY 365 111 +++01 11111111101 t11110111 +1 111111 N J UOSIE IONBARRETTSmSo 123 I S22E FUNERAL AND ast DIRECTORSII Nt hhhFFf + DOUGHERTY McELIOH 1227 WEST MARKET STREET i Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH paoxJxs Cumb Main 200Sa Homo City 2008 OL- DFORTTiINA BOURBON + THE PHIL HOLLENBACH COINOOKPOItATJCn DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS r +1111 ++ HHHMH iC oJ 1111111 + z 11111 HIII 1 + +FINE WINKS AL KOLB AGNESII 323 West Green Street LIQUORS CIGARS t t2+011Z1r1J idF44I ++44++ 111111 1n1 114+ 101 +J +I 11 + 11 +1 +4 +x + xoo to eo i DR J T CHAWK ii- e Veterinaryf Infirmary E 713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET TiliphoMSCcHA S 299a Hose City 2399 ilk BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE HL McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky I apellCaD HERRMANN BROS IMPORTER VINE WINES AND LIQUORS DktilJn and Wholeule Deal ert sPlat Bracds of KM trekyWklekIHespec- iallyPparl of Nelson ito ILDIM oMD Ti i iii 4L 204 fW nIi BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- tleleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASQNAILE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Beth P038 223 Mn 7bfe seekM win JPINIHtII M Sot lif ST XAYIER S COLLJEQE lie W 3eawetui4UXyc- etdeeia bv tIIXerS eth HuaevJAraM aMutk uc 0 ha f I HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolne the Past Week General flews Notes Every division should hold an Initiation the first of the year Division 1 is unfortunate in hav ing four members on the sick listIHenry McDermott will prove a faithful Vice President for Division l 1 I 1 State President Welsh was pres Ii ent to vote at the election of Divis ion 3 I Divisions 4 will elect officers at Its meeting Monday evening in Bertrand Hall 1 1Tim Lyons one of the charter of Division 1 is again an officer Every division realized from th recent Confession playat the Gayety Theater Last Sunday the Ladles Auxiliary of Indianapolis initiated a class 1 in St Josephs Hall The first year of County President W J Connellys term has been a banner one for the order Young men are to the fore In Division 3 and promise to keep up th work they have been doing the yearTom Tarpy promises an administration that will double the mem bership of Division 1 during the year 1914 All the divisions will install the newly elected officers at the first January meeting after which active work will begin Division 2 met Thursday night too late for this weeks Issue A full report of the proceedings will appear in our next edition The Milwaukee Ladles Auxiliary had a big Initiation last Sunday attended by members of the various divisions throughout the State State President P J Welsh Is putting forth his best efforts to have Kentucky make a creditable showing In the national history of the order This has been a remarkably suc cessful year for the Ladles Aux iliary They have a larger membership than any division in the State The Ladles Auxiliary of Law rence Mass entertained the State and county officers and Initiated forty candidates at their last meet Ing The Ladles Auxiliary servedan excellent turkey supper at the an nual entertainment for the benefit of St Pauls cemetery at Norwich N Y Division 2 of Cumberland R I last Week celebrated Its twentieth anniversary with a banquet Thirty nine original charter members wero presentDivision 4 will meet Monday night and the fact that the election of officers takes place should bring out the largest attendanbe seen for a long time- Massachusetts divisions and auxiliaries are busily engaged in a campaign for a great Increase in membership Many propose to double their ranks This years con ducted three very successful affairs the St Patricks day entertain ment the annual picnic and tho re cent Confession play The annual meeting of the County Board will take place next month At that time consideration will be given to the observance and Cole bration of St Patricks day Division 3 can congratulate Its members on the choice of Sergeant John M Maloney as the successor of President Hugh Hourigan who was a faithful and hard working PresidentMembers of Division 1 were gratified when Daniel McCarthy gave assurance that he would continue a regular attendant at meetings of Division 1 His presenc and wise counsel are greatly appreciated Interest increases in the movement Inaugurated by Mrs Ellen Ryan Jolly National President and the Ladles Auxiliary by which it is hoped a national monument may be erected which will properly com memorate the services and sacrifices of the Catholic Sisters during the civil war NEW ALBANY Unity Council Y M I of New Albany at its meeting in its club house at 805 West High street Tuesday night elected the following officers The Rev Father William F Sefbertz Chaplain John Pontrich President Peter Gonder First Vice President Osoar Rouck Second Vibe President William P Noon Recording and Corresponding Secretary Frank Zbller Jr Finan cial Secretary Edward E Schmitt Treasurer Robert Leist Marshal Frank Huber Inside Sentinel John Kleer Outside Sentinel Edward Tlghe Jacob Renn Sol Dlckmann Frank Ritz and Julius Huth Executive Committee vvmL ADDRESS ELKS Tomorrow afternobn memorial exercises for the deceased members beheldstreet when the Hon La Vega Cle ments of dwensboro will deliver the principal address The members ot the order who died during the DadeLuckottAtzlnger George M RIdenour H W Htackman H M Flexner WEFrazier Leo Hamburger Joseph Kottman and Joseph P Clemens FOR PIIESIDENTSDAY- At I Notre Dame University a new I inthestring orchestra composed of ten playrorPreeldenteday DerrickIndinnerperiodLike It under thedlreeUoaol tdrtUprogramme for thei dale f o 7 fx SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays President Thomas W Tarpy Vice PresidentDaniel McCarthy Recording SecretaryWalter Cu ickFinancial Secretary Joseph Tar tell TreasurerThomas Keenan IBerg antatArnsHenry McDer moltI Sentinel John KoaneI DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Wlll lISms Hall Thirteenth and Oak President C J Ford Vice President J J Swlllvan Recording Secretary Daniel OKeefe I eFlaanclal Secretary John T Keaney Treasurer James Welsh SergeantatArms = J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Haunon DIVISION 8 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland HourigantRecording Secretary John P PriceFinancial Secretary=John J Blon Jr- TreasurerDan J Dougherty HesI SergeantatArmsJohn J Sentinel Thomas NoonII Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomaS Lynch Financial Secretary Thomas J 11RecordingI11 SergeantatArmsThomas I e11SentinelM I J McDermott I Y M I I I ftlAOiaN COUNCIL 205 I Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth I PresidentFrank G Adams I First Vice PresidentGeo Thorn tonSecond I Vice PresidentJohn J Lynn I Financial SecretaryA C Link t Recording SecretaryJohn n I BarryCorresponding Secretary Harry I If Klbbey TreasurerSebastian Hubbuch MarshalFredSchuler Inside SentinelLawrence Rapp Outside Sentinel Frank E Grat r OFFICERS ELECTED St Edwards Commandery Knights of St John held a well attended and spirited meeting Mon day night In St Anthonyla Hall This cominandery led by Cat Louis Wernerf has taken high rank as a fraternal military organization and much interest was taken In theC election ofofficers which resulted asJJ followsPresidentFred HerpII Vice President Martin ZinselCRecording Secretary Ambrose Mattllng Financial Secretary Louis Born j T I traegerTreasurerJohn J Schulten I TrusteesJohn Ratterman AugIeI e Schwartz Louis Wernert D F Fox The election of company officers I I was also held and tho following I named III CaptainLouis Wernert J IISecondI I I II I Third Lieutenant Edward Graf J Ijj The past year has been a success ful one for St Edwards Command I ery which has increased numerically and financially I WHARF rASTER DUGAN OUT Frank J Dugan Superintendent of the public wharf Is out again after being confined to his homo with a severe scalp wound which he sustained by a fall from a chair at his residence about two weeks ago MAJOR RIDGE ON DUTY Major Pat Ridge Night Chief of undergoing which was bruised recently and toIwhich the Major did not attach butlaternecessitated an operation CATHOLIC ItNIGHTSI Next Friday night the Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America will meet In stMnrys Hall Eighth and Grayson streets for the purpose of holding the annual Themeetingand all delegates are requested to be present CATHOLIC FEDERATION The Louisville Catholic Federation will hold its last meeting of they next Thursday night at the Catholic Womans Club President Ganz and Secretary Dolan have nptltied all delegates urging their tl1attheyear will take place ADDRESS AND SMOKER An address by Brother James of St Xayiers College and a smoker will be the feature of next Wednesday evenings meeting of the local Knights of Columbus The following Wednesday December 17 an address GrandKnightCOVINQTON tabliiplrWInCo1ftctD tour rave aa bpsar for 7ths benefit of St Ilfssbeths Ho pltai et widoh f19108 iris relised IRELAND Record of the Most Importantof the Receht Events Culled From Exchanges Juke Burke of Maree who was thrown from a car in Galway died at the County Hospital James Dillon died in Ballinrobe Workhouse Hospital aged 104 For over fifty years he sold pins and thread on the streets prlvl1thospitalMolony aged eightyone of Caher Murphy House County ClareIThe Loughrea Guardians have elected Miss M C McCulla of Woodlawn to the position of night nurse in the Workhouse hospital The death has occurred in St Patricks Hospital Cork of Rev Father Scannell of Castletownbere who was very popular in West Cork Carlow Rural District Council has adopted a housing scheme involving an expenditure of 260000 and pro viding for 255 cottages with allot mentsThe Copelandthe Omagh Urban Council for the erection of a new Town Hall ut a cost of 20000 There were only three criminal cases at Armagh Quarter Sessions cClngrotuIlated J Klvlehan to the position of poor rate collector for the Borough of SlIgo by sixteen votes against three recorded for Joseph OBelrne The two brothers Patrick and Peter Lalor who are charged with the murder of John J Byrne at comI to represent the constituency as a member of the AllforIreland party The wife of an Omagh laborer named Alphonsus Treacy has given birth to twin sons This brings the number of the Treacy family up to fourteen all being sons and all alive During coal mining operations near Stewartstown the miners struck a threefeet seam Of coal at a distance surfneIquality The Klllala District Council on the suggestion ofr Gilmartin a rJJsolutionloskmtto establish a flax market at Balllna or KillalarThe death has taken place at the Convent of Perpetual Adoration Wexford of Sister M St Alphonsus daughter of the late J Cullen Dun cormack County Wexford and niece of Very Rev Canon Doyle of Ferns John Spellman a Galway farmer was found lying on the roadside near Now Inn in an unconscious state as the result of a fall from a bicycle He was removed to lila homo at Carran where he suc cumbed to hIs Injuries Patrick McKeown a Jarvey who drove John Mitchel has tiled in Newry County Down Before the construction of the Great Northern railway he was driver of tho South ern mall between Newry and Dun dalk A verdict of death from heart failure due to exposure was returned at an inquest on Patrick Kennedy aged ftyfive who was found dead on the flagway in Henry street Tip perary Deceased was a member of a welltodo family and years ago was expoJterI has been tho recelplent of an address and presentation on his departure for Sacramento Very Rev W Canon Rossiter presided at the ceremony and T J Doyle read the address Father Kavanagh expressing his gratitude in most cordial terms VINCENTIANS The general meeting of the vari ous conferences of the St Vincent de Paul Society of this city has been called for Sunday December 14 and will be held at the Knights of Columbus home on Fourth ave nue Rev Charles P Ratio tho eloquent pastor of St Charles Bor romeo ehurchwlil deliver the prin cipal address WEASS BROAD SMILE George Lenz of 1004 East Wash ington street is wearing a broad smile as he tells his fellow workmen at Ahrens Otts of the arrival In his home Sunday morning of a com ing belle In society A happy gath ering of relatives will celebrate the christening MORIARITY APPOINTED Friends of Daniel Moriarity Jr of 716 West Oak street are con gratulating him upon hIs appoint ment as Assistant Secretary of the Police Department succeeding John Malley who became Secretary of the Detective Department some time ago The new Assistant Secretary Is a don of Sergt Daniel Morlarity and will give the department excellent service x BOTH DOING WELL QSutllvandaughter van of Shelbyville arrived In the city Monday and underwent an operation for goitre Joseph OLeary whose leg was amputated at St JosephVa Infirmary a month ago was taken to his home in Shell byvlile last week Both patients are reported doing nicely LOUISVILLE APPOINTEES Last Friday Coy MpCreary announced the appointmenti oti large delegation to represent Kentucky at the peace conference which net on Wednesday at Richmond Thole JosephM JQhnJIand Otto lJ4jefbjoh i FRANK FEHR INCORPORATED BREWING o1 Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWzz Is Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANI3REWIN INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KT Cymb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 J THE WIEDEMANNatCORPO- aATEDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent Catitf QRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky FALL5CITYBREWINOCO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Ordtfr a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb Wilt 69 Y SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light JOHN B FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE lETST Y IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER t SATISFIES THAT LONGING JOHN F OERTEL COINCORPORATED g PHONE CITY 859 LOUISVILLE KY I FOR A DIFFERENTAND A LITTLE BETTER FurnitureFor go to WM Fe MAYERf 413 W MARKET ST Special Notice to Altar Societies Wo have on hand a large and ex clusive line of Altar Alb and Sur plice Laces We have determined to place a special discount on these goods this month If you are think ing of purchasing the alcove soon it will pay you ta look over our stock at once Judging from the past sales of these laces we know you will be more than satisfied with our nice display We also carry a full line of materials and findings for making and repairing vestments Write for Samples ROGERS CHURCH GOODS CO 418 W JEEFERSON ST Oldest Kentucky Home of Church Good FRED ERHART- ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING NW Corner Fourth and Jefferson HsBQSSE SON Funeral Directors and Embalmers lIS1O PJBOi AVlCIf OIB Tieriieae x012 riiiI t THE 2 FAVORITES of Louisvilles Particular Smokers TARPY SPECIAL 10c Cig- arLITTLE A J Sc Cigar The cigars without an equal in quality and flavor Homemade Unionmad and the bestmade for the money For sale at all dispensers of smokers T W TARPY CO MAKERS SEVENTH ST NEAR MAR- KETMONUMENTS W We have just received five car loads of Monuments ranging nI price from 7500 to 20000 and which we can give at a bargain Before purchasing please give 110 a call at our warerooms 318320 West Green St New Muldoon Monument Co Y CBTHOMPSONe FLORISTJNTONLT ONE STORE Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 5358 FOURTH AVBJNOTk- Bot Tetopbod e 10BO All eiders receive prompt attestla aid satisfaction guarant- eedDelightfulA Smoke PHONE CITY 4910 FOR It1CLEOPATRA10I cr A I Co o- JaN L oayrSeer- i ftfrV II y dI11liUCXY IRrSH AltIERIOAN A Remarkable Event clearance sale which never before has been held untilafter January 1 2200For choice now of allour finest Suits and Overcoats Values 35 00 3000 and 2800 S14OO For 2250 and 2000 values i 1100 I For 1800 and 1500 values V 4 The greatest advantages we have offered the public are we believe presented in this event 1 Cunning Lewis Brotzge N W COR THIRD AND JEFFERSON f TRY A GALLON OF OUR FAMOUS H FAMILY CREAM Vanilla Strawberry Chocolate Orange Pineapple and Other Flavors I 4SANITARY 100 PER GALLON HOME PHONE SHAWNEE 2198 THE LOUISVILLE DAINTY COMPANY 1 EIGHTEENTH AND BROADWAY eNiNe NNeENIfN NNOtt iiKNNNN N1 fiFOR GOODNESS SAI E99 t EAT I I i MOTHERS BREAD I I Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery the South inII 1eeANNMt AN NO 4 I I J A CANDIED REQUEST tn t rtr Y We respectfnlly request bur patrons to leave their orders for Christmas Candies as soon as possible and avoid the rush of the last few days RUDOLPH BAUER CANDY MAKERS 230 West Market 219 West Jefferson i 11111 1 IIII 1oS S 111111111111111111111111111111111 II NOWis BETTER TH- ANWHEN GAS STOVESSo- ld now can beconnected now but when bought in the rush season we can not tell just when we can get to your particular order LOUISVILLE GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY ISPasIINIIUHI t Up TOD IS Time For StovesFirst Thought Cold weather is coming Second ThoughtWe need a Stove Third Thought Geher Son The best place to buy a Stove or Range is where the assortment is large and the prices are reason able Therefore it is to your own interest to call on the old and reliable firm of GEHER SON215 W Market 5tt Bet Second and Third ISltJ11111lllllllllllp VIM PrtsS True 4mIHiIIII R M Swnbry IIIIi Pe Bannon Sewer Pipe CO Salt Glazed Sewer and Clv rt MM- Baumeas si eat LU 4FijM fer Steam CitsWaUCeplaL Draia Tile Yltriled Street 1aviad Brick lire reelq Wise PlMTFlaa Liala tire trick Grate auhlJerTlle Cr aa4 The Clay k- Ckl MyTpc Lawm asTltriflei SldewalK Brick OFFICE 828 WEST JEFFERSON u TELEPHONE 573- WORKS1tk and X gtotisn4Maggssella Ave Bet9tk and lOtk TBUIPHONE 2833n Ik Itl N I LIintIti 1- t L I Hurrah For Tovtown THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF DOLLSTO FOUND EVERYTHING ITOYS BY THE THOUSANDS After months of preparation we announce ready with everything new and novel in the world of Toys NEW DOLLS NEW GAMES NEW BOOKS NEW MECHANICAL TOYSin fact everything please Make your selection while stocks are new NIRTHAMWc MALONEY ELECTED Nearly all tho members of Divis ion 3 A O H were present at th t meeting on Monday night to elect the officers who were to serve fort the year 1914 The result of thoI election was as follows President John M Maloney Vice President Matt J OBrien Recording Secretary John P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes slon Jr TreasurerD J Dougherty Sergeant at Arms Martin J Kallaher SentinellThomas Noon Standing Committee Willfn Lawler Chairman Charles Boyle Martin Sheehan P J Nelllgan David Murphy MIMaloney DJ Dougherty John J Hesslon Jr and John P Price 1 la now getting together information and data for the history of Division 3 and they expect to complete their work by the first of next week Sejgea tM laneyi jyhowMads thedegreo team Is getting his men In shape for an Initiation to be held the first of the year The announce ment that none of the member- were on the sick list caused expres sions of good feeling which was in creased by the remarks of Magistrate P T Sullivan Presidentelect Maloney Matt OBrfe JohnGHesslon John Karman and Thomas Kennedy who predict that the com ing year will be the best In the his tory of the division The Installation ceremonies will take place at the j first meeting in January and will be made the occasion for a general reunion of the members DEATH WAS SUDDEN There was sincere and widespread sorrow when It wecame known that Mrs Pauline Kaltenbacher widow of Louis Kaltenbacher And mother DeputySheriffMrs Al M Emler died at the home of her daughter Mrs Amelia Wathen 1938 Deerwood avenue late Tuesday night Her death was sudIden and the Immediate cause I thought to be heart disease but aII fall down a flight of stairs some havehastenedthat it was believed she hadrecovj j ered completely from the shock Mrs Kaltenbacher was seventy eight years old She was a native otJJ Kentuckythe I Robert Kaltenbacher Mrs Emler bytheCharles and Louis Kaltenbacher JrIand Mrs Ida Strohmeier all of Charleslivesides in Kansas City The funeral I morningfrom 1 the Bardstown roadII I ST PATRICKSII Invitations are being sent out for happyllolldayfriends of St Patricks church ItII felltIVItles I parish to be held December 29 and eveninghandsome a sqme holder of a lu kycotlJPIlI mentary ticket The men willII llrve supper from 5 to 8 oclock each evening and for the afternoon and night entertainments there will be euchre lotto and other amusements A O H IDSTORYf At a called meeting of the County Board A OHandsome of then afternooninJ Welsh explained that the national officers and directors are preparing a history of the A 0 H in the IepeetedIe press not later than January 1 The J different division Secretaries were delegated to consult former officers charter members and records of furniak O Kentucky Irish American he to corn pile treat with a synopsis of She county and State boards The organization of the A O H in Jeffer son county dates back as far as datea and history will necessarily have to come from the men who have grown gray in the ranks of Hibernlanlsm Their stories and descriptions of the orders early history should naturally make Interesting reading at this late date- DIACIIN COUNCIL Mackin Council took another for ward step at a largely attended meeting Monday night when It wa voted to establish regular hours fo bemfound at the club house every after noon and night This will greatly facilitate the business of ills office with the members who now number nearly GOO Hucti Interest was taken In the election of officers which resulted as follows iPresldent Georgo J Thornton First Vice President John Ken ney Jsi redwu er V I Recording Secretary John R harry CassinsTreasurer Sebastian Hubbuch MarshalJoe Keario SchottOutsideExecutive Committee = Frank Adams Charles Raldy William Link applicationsupon and now Mackin is assured a good class for the Joint Initiation to be held In New Albany next month The installation arrangements have I not yet been completed but they will be announced Monday night ANOTHER FOR WILHITE Everybody in Louisville was pleased Tuesday when announcement was made that Mayor Busch emeyer had reappointed City Comptroller termThethe appointment and approved the bond Comptroller Wilhite had served with marked distinction under six city administrations and his re unexpectedHis ognized by the National Association of Comptrollers and Accounting Of ficers composed of comptrollers and accounting officers of all the principal cities of the United States He Is now serving his second term as President of that organization FORTY HOURS Forty Hours devotions will next be held in this city at St Marys church Eighth and Grayson begin ning with the high mass tomorrow morning and continuing until Tues day The beautiful services will be conducted by the pastor Rev Fattier assistedbypriestsGreat madefurand therefore people from all sec tions of the city will attend This opportunityIqrMonday i I If GAYETY TERIThe Gayety Theaters offering for week will prove one of the best attractions being noneII other than George Sidney and Carrie Webber heading a number of high class comedians in the mlrthprovok Ing prodfecton Busy Izzy TheII company includes a chorus of fortyt girls who do some artistic formations and sing in twenty catchy musical numbers This sea ons programme will present many ew and pleasing features BHGINS NEW DUTIES Miss May Brennan daughter of HaBpiak Brennan 2720 West tnut street on Tuesday en tered upon hr new duties aa clerk fa the Health Department succeed ing Mrs Irene Hardin whose Teals patton had naked by the HoardBf Public Safety Miss stenognpher faction In hernew position S i IN TOYSTO EVERYBODY INDORSED OLD OFFICERS Division 1 A O H met Tuesday night at Falls City Hall with a good attendance of members This was Ilargely due to the annual election and the determination to continue In office those who had served so well tho past year General regret was expressed on all sides when Vice President Daniel McCarthy announced his Inability to serve another year otherwise the officers being unchanged The meeting was opened by President Tarpy and the routine business quickly dispatched LawlerrMichael Osborne James Gilmore and George English were reported on the sick list Delegates to the County Board reported the proceed ings of that body and old members were urged to give all Information possible to John J Barry who will supervise the compilation of the history pf tho Ancient Order in Louisville Following the ad dresses of Daniel McCarthy Martin Cuslck Mark Ryan James Barry Thomas Keenan and David OConnell the election took place with the fol lowing resul- tPresidentThomas Tarpy Vice President = Henry McDer mottRecording Secretary Walter Cusick Financial Secretary Joseph Far rellTtcasurcrThomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Tim Lyons Standing Committee Martin Ct sick James Barry David OCon nell William M Higgins William Murphy MOURN HER DEATH After having reached the ad vanced age of eighty years most of which were pased In Louisville Mrs Josephine Portman was called to her followinghearta year ago Mrs Portman was the widow of the late Peter Portman and resided at 3431 Western park way She was born in Zurich Switzerland and came to this coun try while a young girl Prior to her JosephineKaiserwas active in church work and to the frleldMrssons and three daughters They are Capt Frank Portman of the Louis LeoPQrtmPortman of New York City and MrsSimeonMissUosephlnePoftmanof andSisterofNazarethSomersetneral services were held Thursday OurLadythe celebrant of the solemn mass of glowinsherfaithENJOYED SOCIAL SESSION The Columbia Athletic Club scored another success Tuesday night and the members spent a most enjoyable evening First there was cabaret show and smoker with some really amusing stunts after which there was a feast that would satisfy the most exacting taste Or ganized about eight years ago the Columbia boys are rapidly paying for the splendid club house they now occupy on Eat St Catherine street For the rest of the winter season there promises to be much activity and always something doing HONEST JIM DUDDY JudgeQuarlesmorningJames EighthMagisterial surrenderedhisno desire to hold anstiles sayquestioncase the office would doubtless been is but vietpry arid serving jglth the ull Noose Magistrate were not worththeetand trouble Such Democrats will receive their deserved recognition 0 For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest t and my terms the best JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street A A AAA A THROUGHDuchess Shoes For Ladies Made of the finest smoothest closest grained leathers it is possible to procure Over footformed lasts Depend ability sticks out allover them SHOE TO THE FAMilYVOLZ MICHAEL up THC INGIAN CWCaSAX a SCIWCE 336 WestI IrXClq THE CUP THAT CHEERS Mulloys Good CoffeeI- f You Want a Delicious Coffee Try Our Special Blend at 25c Superior to Many 30o Coffees Fresh From Roaster to You JOHN M MULLOY sale Y MARKET STREET91f MEJ a CtiSICK TAILOR Located in Stark Building Room 211 Second floor Suits from 30 Your patronage solicited KODflK SUPPLIES Every For Amateur and Professional Photographers Photographic Developing and Printing SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE FRAMING 321 aaa Mast lefisrsn loulsrlls WEWANTYOURWORK j Were Prepared to Do It Promptly II and in FirstClass S- tylePRINTING Cards Bill Heads Letter Heads Circulars Dodgers Etc Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty HOME PHONE 946 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 010 vTEIBD GREEN STREET N NN CHARLIE WHITEMUMI WHITEMOOHS CHEYENNE REMEDIES SOPE Requisite ROOTS HERBS GODS MEDICINES Compounded according to the Original 8 Exclusive Formulas Recipes of Clmrlio WhiteMoon The humanailmentsTestimonials COMOELgAR tho Great Body Tonic SCIENCESOPE for tho Human Skin Only Ask your druggist or write MRS CHARLIE WHITEMOON 3731 West Iriihij LHlnllh KJ ePIANO 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