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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v d q 1 PATRONIZE Stcend aid I VOLUME XXXLNO 24 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY DECEMBER 13 1913 PRICE FIVE CENTS 1 FALSEHOOD Proved Against the New York City Dally Socialist Col- llllisropresented l Bishop Carroll at American Federation of Labor Hopes There Will Never Come a Divisionof Labors Banks I HIS WORDS LOUDLY APPLAUDED The New York Call the well known Socialist dally contained a report of the American Federation of Labor convention at Seattle by its special correspondent I L Engdahl in which it was charged that Bishop Carroll of Helena In his address be fore that body and Rev Peter E Dietz in his report as fraternal delegate had served notice on the convention that the church would form rival unions in this country if It were not permitted to control the organized labor movement of the nation and on the following day ran a leading editorial on the same subject entitled The Churchs Ultimatum to Trade Unionism Broader and ever broader declares this editorial have become the hints from the Catholic church to the trade union bodies of the coun try that the former will not stand Idly by without taking practical action while Socialism continually Increases within the ranks of organized labor Until at last two ecclesiastics of that church have on the floor of the convention hall of the A F of L practically declared that if the spread of Socialism Is not checked the church will take a hand and establish unions of her own under her control or guidance as in Germany and other European countriesAs of fact this is an ab solute falsehood At no point did either Bishop Carroll or Father Dietz make any such statement The Bishop did point warningly to the dangers of Socialistic activity within the labor organizations but said not a word about the foundation of uCJr1riles unions here cn the con trary lie went so tar as to sI1YI hope the day will never come when It will be necessary to divide the ranks of labor in the United States It would be unAmerican to attempt to do It as well us antireligious The circumstances under which this statement was made according to a report in the Seattle Times and from which information re ceived from Bishop Carroll is cor rect were as follows During his address before the American Federation of Labor last Wednesday afternoon Bishop Carroll of Helena Montana quoted from the report of George W Perkins fra ternal delegate to the International Secretariat made to the convention the previous day Speaking of con ditions in Germany and some other European countries Mr Perkins had said Without in any way dis cussing or being understood by in ference as favoring the dual organ nations of the socalled Christian unions the fact that the regular or free unions were and are today to some extent committed to Socialism and against the church gives the Christian unions and unionists an excuse to organize as such No sooner had the Bishop uttered the words The free unions are com mitted to Socialism and against the church when some visitors pre sumably Socialists at the left side of the hall applauded President Gompers restored order with the remark that Visitors are expected to give no signs of approval or disap proval to the sentiments of the speakers This is the exclusive priv lIege of the delegates to the conven tionThe Bishop then repeated the whole quotation and added So that We have In those countries accord Ing to the report of Mr Perkins the free unions the Christian unions and the Catholic unions I hope that the day will never come when it will be necessary to divide the ranks of labor in the United States So to do would weaken the cause of labor Our Government guarantees tho fullest liberty to religion America welcomes religion and wishes that religious principles permeate the minds and hearts ot her people Why then should unionism do any thing which would suggest antagon ism to religion 1 Such a thing would bo unAmerican and should be condemned by the American Federation ot LaborThese words drew tremendous applause from the delegates the note of protest to the previous demonstration being very evident Of course no delegate resented the ultimatum because there was no ultimatum to resent The Call seems to forget that there were quite a low Socialist delegates at this convention not at all timid about making themselves heard Why did not the representatives of the Socialists within the ranks pf organized labor apeak for themselves and their constituents Thfhvery silence shows LtBO ultimatum was delivered that ao gaurilet was thrown down It IBI the Socialists who are striving In every way possible to disrupt the unions i For Years theYhav8u endeavoring u 1 t KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN thoIpresentday I W W by Socialists as Debs and Untermann testify SPIRITED ELECTION Division 4 A 0 H hold the best attended and most spirited meeting during its career at Bertrand Hall last Monday evening the annual election of officers bringing out all the veterans while the younger members were there to a man All of the old officers were elected but not without several spirited contests one race resulting In a tie vote Tho splendid success of Division 4 during the past year with its increased treasury and membership was di rectly responsible for the election of the old officers and especially President 1 John H Hennessy he being the choice of tho members who saw no reason to change while the divis = ion was progressing the opposing faction composed of the younger element selecting Lawrence J Meany as their candidate Another inter esting race was that for the office of Financial Secretary the present Incumbent Thomas J Langan win fling decisively over James McTIghe Another surprise feature of the evening was the presence of George W Holland this being the first A O H meeting he had attended in eighteen years and in a speech heI stated that although not a regular attendant on account of business his heart and good wishes were al ways with the order of which he has been a member about a quarter ot a century Attorney Will McDon ogh gave a little synopsis of present home rule prospects and prophesied a bright future for Ireland Other talks were made by Joseph Meehan Harry S Hennessy Thomas Dlgnan and Patrick ODonnell the latter surprising all with a flow of elo quence his speech being the hit of the evening John H Hennessy Thomas Lynch Thomas J Langan John J Barry and Patrick Connelly were appointed to draft resolutions on the death of Col John H Whal len and to arrange for masses forii the repose of his soul at St Louis Bertrands church the deceased be- Ing a special friend and patron of the order The following were the officers electe- dPresldentJohn H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial SecretaryThomas J Langan Treasurer Patrlck Connelly SergeantatArms Thomas Far rellSentlnelM J McDermott Executive Mc Ellist DommittaeSatd3 Jtke W P McDonogh Patrick ODonnell I I FAREWELL yearspastorI Jeffersonville was tendered a recep tion Tuesday night on the eve of his departure for Indianapolis where he will be the irremovable rector of St Patricks church Father O Connell had endeared himself to the people of Jeffersonville and the reception was the largest ever held in that city being attended by Catholics and nonCatholics rich and poor pro fessional business and workingmen who were anxious to express regret at his departure while rejoicing over his promotion As a token of their esteem and affection Father OCon nell was presented with a purse of about 500 His successor Rev Michael Halpin Is now in charge of Bt Augustines Father Halpin Is an able and energetic young priest and the congregation Is fortunate in hav- Ing him for their pastor GOOD WOMAN GONE The many friends of Attorneys Thomas and Austin Walsh were deeply grieved when news reached this city Thursday that their venerable and hlghl esteemed mother had passed away Wednesday night at the Walsh homestead near Conners vllle Ind where she had spent the greatest part of her life Mrs Walsh was a devout Catholic a woman of most exemplary character and was loved by all her neighbors and associates Besides the two sons mentioned above she leaves another Jerry Walsh of Washing ton D C- ANNIVERSATW CELEBRATION Rev Father John Kalaher pastor of St Columbas church has arranged for the congregation fitting celebration of their seventh anni versary which takes place tomor row There will be a general com munion for the Holy Name Society and the men and boys of the parish at the first mass at 7 in the morning FatherKalaher will be the celebrant of the anniversary high mass at 930 when there will be an aug mented choir Solemn vespers and benediction with a special musical programme and a sermon by one of the iPassIonlst missionary fathers will conclude tho days exercises FORTY nouns The Forty Hours Adoration has been designated for St Patricks and St Johns churches this city and will begin with the high mass tomorrow morning continuing until Tues day At each church there will be special sermons and in view of the near approach of Christmas there will be a large attendance VISIT TO ROMSi Next year His Grace Archbishop M Mmer of Milwaukee will make his ad llmlna visit to Rome He plans to 8- coneecration o eome time after the of Bishop Kozlpwskl and will be absent from the arch diocese most fthe coming year i 1 JUNIOR ORDER Misguided Citizen Advertising the Fact of His Member ship Membership Qualifications Confined to Those of A P AI Tendencies Not Opposed to Catholic Share of the Public School Expense STRICTLY UNAMERICAN SOCIETY The attention of the Kentucky Irish Amerlcal has been called to an advertising circular sent out byir Goldberg Sons clothing dealers of 808 West Market and 614 East Market street which contains the statement that Max Goldberg ot the firm Is a member of the Junior Order of United American Mechanics and it is therefore taken for granted that the above gentleman belonging to an order that proscribes all for eign born citizens is not desirous of soliciting the business of tho latter The Junior Order wMih has proven Itself to be ah A P A organization in the strictest sense of the term has for one of its qualm cations for membership the following A white male citizen of the United States BORN WITHIN ITS THEN TERRITORY OR DOMAIN OR UNDER THE PROTECTION OF ITS FLAG This eliminates from membership any foreignborn citizen even after he became a naturalized citizen and served his adopted country in any way and also even if he rendered service by enlisting and fighting In Its cause In another declaration the Junior Order states We recognize the landing upon our shores of the ig norant the vicious and the lawless of the old world as a constant men ace to pur institutions and believe that It should be viewed with alarm by the loyal and patriotic citizens of the Country If the above principle of this order were in vogue at the time of the Revolutionary and civil wars the UnitedStates ouldhave been laclil 1rtpyierolcdefebd ers as these two struggles furnished heroes who were foreign born and would have probably been barred from locating in the new world not because of their vicious and lawless characters but primarily because of their religious belief which is the underlying note in the above declara tion Another leading principle Is the following To uphold the American public school system to prevent in terference therewith and to encour age the reading of the Holy Bible therein By interference is meant the Catholics having any voice In the government or conduct of the schools although there is no denying the fact that one dollar out of every live paid to support the public schools is paid by Catholics and on the other hand by supporting the parochial schools they save onefifth of the public school expense In other words the Catholics contribute directly and indirectly twofifths of the support of the public schools This sacrifice is made that theirI children may secure an early relig ious training and many Protestant ministers and laymen are heartily endorsing the soundness of this prin ciple In addition the compulsory reading of the Protestant Bible In the public schools Is manifestly unfair to both Catholics and Jews as was attested In a forcible sermon recently by Dr W W Landrum pas tor of the Broadway Baptist church In this city The Junior Order further states that theyare strictly opposed to 1 1 1 1 1 the union of the Church and State but no one heard of a protest from them when President Wilson appointed Rev Dr William Hayne Leaved an ordained Protestant minister as United States Minister to Guatemala nor was there any from the Catholics who are broadminded and Intelligent enough to overlook such an occurrence as the appointment of a Protestant minis ter to a Catholic country but what a howl there would have been Ita Catholic priest were chosen as an Ambassador to somo foreign pbwer Tn conclusion the Junior Order of United American Mechanics Is an unAmerican society composed mostly of dupes who are led by the nose for political purposes and Is proven everywhere to be the pro moters of religious prejudice by the exploitation of fallen priests and other such characters their methods being underhanded and despicable and have no place In the twentieth century TRINITY COUNCIL The most important feature of Trinitys meeting last Monday even Ing was a talk by the Rev Cletus Brady on the Ideals df a Young Man The members listened very attentively for fortyfive minutest the reverend fathers remarks which were forcible and interesting A meeting was called for Sunday morning for the ofHc rselttomake arrangements for the installa liono1 officers which will take place the first Monday of January The officerselect were also uaaieda s committee for perfecting aijrapge ments for a childrens day to be given on New Years day This Is an annual custom of the council for the past several years and is always well received by the children of the members Next Monday George E Weinman Jr will deliver an ad dress to the members his subject being The Young Man Those who have heard him on previous oc casions say he deliersa very Inter esting talk and a large attendance Is therefore lookejlfor SILVER JUBILEE Rev Charles P Raffo and St Charles Borromeo congregation have been having a notable anniversary celebration which began Tuesday morning and ended Thursday night The jubilee marked the twentyfifth I R REV C P RAWO year of the establishment of St Charles parish the twentyfifth an niversary of Father Raffos pastor ate and the first anniversary of tho new St Charles church Tuesday ofrequiemthe congregation Wednesday morn ing a mass for the present members end benefactors of the church and on Thursday morning a high mass of thanksgiving Father Raffo has been the only pastor of St Charles and the large congregation and new church stand as a monument to his great zeal and piety Wednesday and Thursday afternoons there were social gatherings in the school hall and Thursday night there was a largely attended general reception in honor of Father Raffos silver jubilee at which therewas a number of pleasant surprises + and a fine musical programme f4 ECENTJD f As h Death claimed George M Elsert aged sixty and Fred Zickel aged twentytHrpe Wednesday morning Both were members of St Vincent de Pauls church where the funerals were held yesterday morning The first named Is survived by his widow and four sons and the latter leaves his parents and several brothers and sistersMrs Henrietta Sinnott beloved wife of John Slnnott Assistant Superintendent of the Common wealth Insurance Company died Monday morning at her home 1206 Rogers street leaving seven children to mourn her demise Her funeral was held Wednesday morn Ing from St Aloysius church Rev Father OGrady celebrating the mass of requiem The funeral of Mrs Vincentia Boss wife of Dr Edward Boss 520 South Third street was held Friday morning from the Cathedral of which she was a devout member Mrs Boss was thirtyeight years of age and was known throughout the city for her charity and goodness to the poor Besides her husband her rather Charles Nola and two daugh ters Misses Vlncentla and Camilla Boss survive her Funeral services over the remains of Miss Frances Flnnegan the six teenyearold daughter of Mrs Jennie Reilly Finnegan 4119 West Chestnut street were held Sunday afternoon at Holy Cross church Rev Father iBrey officiating Her death followed a long illness borne with a reslgnatlQnnndreadlnessfor mother sevral brothers and sisters survive her momber widely known in business and politi cal circles died Monday morning at his residence 736 East Broadway after a long illness of diabetes For printingbusinessof Councilmen andthe School Board His widow who was Miss Llllle Kern and one daughter Mrs Lillian Krauss survive hIm The funeral was held Wednesday morn ing attended by members pf a number of societies to which the de ceased belonged ST LEOS ENTERTAINMENT The children pf St Leos school Highland Park will give a Christ mas entertainment In honor of the pastor Father 1J Fitzgerald i the school house December 21 an from the enjoyable programmes given in the past is sure to prove quite an attraction CONDUCTS GIRLS RETREAT JuliusCRetreaonfeennM Ind where he conducted a retreat for the young ladles of the Cathedral parish 1 There was large attendance at all We services and the results were moat pleasing to the Cathedral clergy and the people of the parish w 1 U S SENATOR The Next Important Political Contest to Bo Decided in Primary Louisville and Jefferson County Democrats Not Especially Interested j I Mayor Buschcmcycr Continuing Splendid Record of Ap pointments SHERLEY AGAIN A CANDIDATE The next event In Kentucky pol itics and one which is causing much discussion especially among the country editors Is the fourcornered race for the Democratic nomination for Senator to succeed Senator W O Btadley the entrants being Gov McCreary exGov Beckham Con gressman Stanley and Dave Smith In a summary of the race thus far T A Cromwell correspondent of the Cincinnati Enquirer gives what he states Is a careful estimate of the situation thus far figuring Beckham to carry about forty counties Stan ley about thirteen McCreary about seven and Smith two but the counties given have only an average Democratic vote of possibly 400 to 700 and do not Include Jefferson Fayette or Kenton which contain big Democratic votes Aside from Mr Cromwells predictions it Is ex pectbd that Beckham will carry Kenton county on account of his as sociation with former Gov Goebel and Gov McCreary will carry Fay ette through the efforts of Repre sentative Billy Klalr who has espoused Gov McCrearys cause but right here In Jefferson county with a registered vote in Louisville alone of 29500 there Is still much uncer tainty and doubt as to how the major ity will go and at present there is oat much Interest manifested for various reasons In the first place the local Democ racy can see no reason why they should lose any sleep in the future over either the State or national contests as they receive very little consideration from either all of the national Government pie being dIe Lated by Senator OHle James with the exception of the Collectorship e i rraseistedaYi aay l y Congressman Ben Johnson and in every appointment an outoftown man coming possibly from one of the above counties with a Democratic vote of 500 or so has been given the preference while Louisville and Jefferson county with a combined vote of 35000 has been given no thoughtThen again in the matter of State appointments the only appointments made In Louisville of any conse quence was that of Prison Commis sioner and Gov McCreary gave that to Dan OSullivan who is thoroughly out of accord with both the leaders and rank and file of local Democracy Louisville and Jefferson county Democracy will heartily support the nominee but Judging from the pres ent outlook a big majority Is lying around here mighty idle for primary purposesIn of the prediction that many would be disappointed when Mayor iBuschemeyer made his ap pointments there has beep general satlsfatclon thus far and in line with his splendid appointments on the boards his reappointment of Wharf master Frank Dugan Fire Chief Tim Lehan and Col H Watson Lindsey this past week are but rec ognition of the splendid services of these efficient off calls Major Pot Ridge will again be selected as Night Chief of Police the Majors long service with the police department making him the right man for the plane his splendid judgment and as an aid to Col Lindsey giving us the best department In the country Two other Democrats who are iri line for something nice are Ben Sand and Charley Barker the former being given credit for exposing Axtons la bor record in the campaign while the latter proved a second Jack Shea In conducting Democratic head quarters Speaking of popular appointments and in this case it is a lady the reappointment of Miss Mamie Hen nessy as a deputy In County Clerk Pres Rays office this week was a well deserved one this young lady being a splendid campaigner and much of her chiefs strength is Bred ited to they through her electioneer ing at picnics bazars church fes tivals and other gatherings before and after the primary Congressman Swagar Sherley Is expected home by holiday time to begin building his fences for reelection next year and will in all probability receive the Democratic nomination without opposition his contest ito come In the November election chiefly from the hull Moosers whom it Is rumored will probaby select Major Owens or Col ofd for members of the Board of Educa BloomtobePhil Thompson former Trustee will also be a candidatey CONTRIBUTEStJohn D Rockefeller last Saturday contributed 25000 to the fund pf 210000 being raised for St Vin cents Hospital at Cleveland a Catholic Institution which lr more generally known as Charity Hospital The Rockefeler glftcame as a our- pHaeto the Executive Committeao f a the hospital fund F H Goff banker and Virgil P Kline at torney wore recently Informed by the Rockefeller Hoard of Benevolences that the Boards rules would not permit a donation to such a fund Goff received a telegram from the Chairman of tho board Saturday saying that the rules would to broken as Rockefdller had wired from Cleveland directing the Infraction The subscription is expectcdjfund30000 remain to be obtained OLDEST CARDINAL PASSES pope Plus X was deeply grieved when told last Saturday morning that Cardinal Luigi Oreglia di Santo Stofano Aloysius dean of the Sacred College had passed away the pre agedCardinalsexpectedthoMonsignor Giovanni Brcssan informed him as caustlously as pos sible of the occurrence The Pon tiff has frequently expressed great appreciation of the energy with which Cardinal Oreglia conducted the affairs of the Vatican during the Interregnum between the death of Pope Leo XIII and his own election The Cardinal was eightyfive years old and was the only surviving Car dinal created by Pope Plus IX Luigi Oreglia dl Santo Stefano was head of tho Cardinal Bishops or dean of the Sacred College He was born at Benevagienna diocese of Mondovl on July 9 1828 and was created and proclaimed a Cardinal by Pope Plus IX on December 22 1873 Ho was Bishop of Ostia and VellettI Archchandellor of the Roman University and Prefect of the Congregation of Ceremonies and came of a royal family UPHOLDS LIBERTY I do not wish to see the day when the church wllj invoke and re ceive Government aid to build our churches or subsidize our clergy said Cardinal Gibbons in a sermon at the Cathedral in Baltimore last Sunday IFor then the civil rulers weretotions now existing among us al ways continue when the relations between the clergy and the people will be direct and immediate when Bishops and priests will bestow on their spiritual children their volun tary tabors and when they will receive In return the free will offer ings the devotion and gratitude of their beloved flocks The Cardinal said that whenever any encroach ment on the sacred rights of civil and religious liberty have been made by professing members of the church these wrongs far from be Ing perpetrated with her sanction atiorofl t GOOD TilING CAME That good things come to those who deserve them and are willing to walt is an old Irish saying that has ever proved true and Is vouched for by Charles Welssenberg the genial advertising man for J Bacons Sons Last Sunday morning the Stork vis ited his home 1721 Eastern park way and as a consequence there is now there a fine tenpound boy and may the good Lord prosper him and his The new arrival will be known through life as Charles Thomas the name being selected by the four sisters and when the christening takes place there will be a good sized reunion of relatives and friends PRISON MANAGEMENT beinghighlyof many reforms under his adminis tration as Warden of the Kentucky State Reformatory and the State can now point with pride to the man pe1alInstltulonregime a night school from 6 to g oclock has been Inaugurated with 600 students Increased chapel at tendances abolishing of the lash segregation ter quantity and variety of foods and the Instilling of better feeling among the prisoners thereby encour aging the strong to help the weak In their dally tasks In addition to the Improvementstheincreased 680533 for the first eight months of the new administra tion compared with that ot the same period last year Warden Wells not theDemocratiction to good government but the en tire State as well- COMMITS SUICIDE illhealthprostration John J OKeefe thirty deadTuesdayfrom an open gas jet in his mouth For a number of years he was en engaged in the tobacco business from which he retired several months ago He is survived by three sisters Misses Emma and Nellie OKeefe and Mrs John Rohrman of Louisville and three brothers JosophOKeefewas held Thursday morning from St Charles Borronfeo church Rev Father Raffo officiating at the sad obsequies COLUMBIA CLUB OFFICERS Officers forthe Columbia Club of Jeffersonvllle which is composed of members of the Knights ot Columbus have been elected as PresidentJames JohnOHernCharles Tracey and Archie Kehbe Directors William HP Rapp Press Agent WE DO PRINTINGFIRST GIve This Office Your Next Order RETREATING t tt- Aro the Unionist Leaders From the Ground They Have Taken Premier Asquiths Last Warn Has Had a Marked Effect Earl Derby Calls Halt On Ulster Threats and Talk of Bonar Law SELBORNE FOLLOWS HIS LEAD London Punch now hits off in characteristic fashion the humorous anomalies of the Ulster situation A hapless German visiting London is portrayed gazing with astonish ment at a billboard on which are displayed posters announcing the existence of the Army of Ulster the Irish Nationalist army tho militant suffragette army and the various other armed forces that are being levied in these Islands Meln Gott exclaims the German All these armies and Germany has only one In regard to the possibilities of armed resistance to home rule by Ulster there has always been an element of disbelief more or less politely expressed In the possibility of the Ulster threats of organized armed resistance being actually car ried out but at the same time thero has always been a fear that the Incendiary agitation led by Sir Ed ward Carson might have deplorable results Premier Asquiths warning however had a marked effect and the Unionist leaders to whom he referred particularly are now hur riedly retreating from the ground they took up The doctrine that soldiers or police officers or men said Asquith are to discriminate at will between their orders Is undermining to government We have no doubts as to tho dnty and power of the State to enforcovObedlence to the law The Earl of Derby was the first Unionist to call a halt to the ex tremists of his party Speaking on Monday ho asserted that Asquith was right and said that there must be no attempt to drag in the army- tooverawo Parliament 5Ir 1 d- Cafson4csrlw all oouglt nut to recede from t11opos1l1 t previously occupied tIs a foul He1 he remarked to say that tho Ulster Unionists are trying to tamper with the British army Itwould be a bad day for the country If the army Under any circum stances were to refuse to obey law ful orders Nobody would blame the UlstermeqIndevelopment it must be remem Derbyholdsgreat landlord a more than usually able representative a Peer and a good business man and is looked upon as the embodiment of that sound common sense which made tho late Duke of Devonshire who possessed abilties of a far lower order than Lord Derby a power in tho councils of the nation It Is signifi cant that Lord Derby who a year or two ago vetoed a tariff reform policy and recently blocked the Unionist plan for demanding the refusal oC the royal assent to home rule has now prevented his party from ap pealing to the army against tho Government Lord Selborne fol lowed Lord Derbys lead saying that he would never hear atthe time of this crisis or any other crisis the suggestion that it could be the duty of the army to refuse to obey orders The duty of a soldier were he officer or private was obedience to law ful command To students of English politics it Is interesting to mark this new development It not only means sounder appreciation of the political situation as concerned with home rule and Ulsters opposition it also means that a man has arisen who is determined to rid the Unionist party of the incubus under which it has been staggering for years In the latter days of Arthur iBalfours lead ership the power behind the throne was J L Garvln a Journalist of engaging personality From his study at Hampstead and his editorial praFticallyBonar Law has been as wax in his hands What Garvln said fn ttie Pall Mall Gazette and the Observer one day the Unionist leaders echoed In their speeches the next He pulled the r strings which set the puppets danc- Ing In various issues of the Pall Mall Gazette ho urged action which undoubtedly suggested the re fusal by officers and men of the British army to coerce Ulster Itwas at this critical moment thatL Lord Derby stepped into the arena armyheve got to do what were told Thus the issue lies between the Earl and the Journalist The pos byAsquithhe know his fellowcountrymen bet ter than Sir Edward Carson Like Sid Edward Garvln Js an Irishman Witle Lord Derby like Asquith is an Englishman NETS GOOD FUND The bazar given last week by the atTellmoneYwillbepehooffund1 11 4 7 I KENTUOKY XRrsa AMERIOAN KENTUCKY IRISH MER16Wi- v ted to the Social and Moral Adf aaceraeiaeBt elt Irltk Americas and Cartollci Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order ol Hibernians Young Mens Institute and CathoMc Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publlehern SUBSCRIPTION PRICB ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY gc Baltrid at the LbsliYlIU PoitoHlct a SecondClM natter Utreif all Coamaaltatloas tts lilt KENTUCKY IKfStt AMERICAN 31921 West Oreea St t LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY DECEMBER 13 1913 PRESENT FOR FRIEND Give a yeas subscription to the Kentucky Irish American as a Christmas present to your friend It will be appreciatedI BIRTH OF OUR LORD Whether or not the birth of our Lord really occurred on December 25 ancient authorities are not agreed Clement of Alexandria mentions the opinion of some who placed It on April 20 and of others who thought It took place on May 20 while St Eplphanlus and Casslan state that In Egypt Christ was be lieved to have been born on January 6 For n long time the Greeks had no special feast corresponding to Christmas day and merely commem orated our Lords birth on the Epiphany St Chrysostom In a Christmas sermon delivered at Antloch In the year 386 says tha It Is not ten years since this day Christmas day on December 25 was clearly known to us but It has been familiar from the beginning to those who dwell In the West The Romans who have celebrated It for p a long time and from ancient tradi tion have transmitted the knowledge of It to us St Augustine gives Similar testimony as to the custom of the Latin church We may therefore conclude that In the fourth century Christmas day had been celebrated from time Immemorial In the West and about Chrysostoms day it began to be observed In I the East and It seems to have spreafl rapidly there as appears from the writings of the two Gregorles of Hazlanzum and of Nyssa LITTLE TO FEAR Of late attention has leon drawn to the attempt to reorganize the defunct A P A in New York 3Ity which makes good copy for the newspapers But there is little likelihood that this promoters of the scheme will succeed in making the dead bones of that organization live again Even the breath of bigotry mtfetfess in tho ipres nce of that putr d corpse Some twenty years ago the A P A was practically In control of several cities Inthe Middle West But it could not last despite the cohesive power of public plunder It was founded upon religious hatred and political proscription the spirt of fair play and the common sense of the vast majority of American citizens courd not long permit the abomination to endure It was laid away In a dis honored grave and few of those who onco belonged to the organization ever want to have Its memory re called Its lesson has been learned though It was a bitter one and there will be no more AP A organizations where once the dims trous effects of bigotry run mad were apparent The newer genera tion may bo deceived for a time by the ranting of bigots But it will soon learn Its lesson As the True Voice well says If Catholics In public life are what they should be they have little to fear from the opposition of bigotry ANOTHER WARNING Warnings agalnat Socialists and Socialism are manifest every day and Americans should heed them est they turn against law and order and their country Last Saturday a Catholic priest was shot and wounded in Brussels Belgium be cause he refused to Join a funeral procession in which the red flag of Socialism was carried Another striking evidence that Socialism would destroy not only the State but those who rejected their anti Christian doctrines Above all the workingman must beware the Socialists whosO power means ruin CHURCH AND BIBLE If the Bible is absolutely necessary to the continuation of the Christian re11gionhoy can early Christianity be explained Then there was no BibleI J but the church continued to grow If the Bible were to be de stroyed tomorrow the church would proceed for our Lord has said that He will be with her until the con summation of the world Thus paks the Catholic Sun aad certain it is that thp truths set forth can not be honestly or successfully contra dicted The Omaha True Voice which stand in Ihe front rank fke OMholIc press la to be congratulated yon the excellence of Its tenth anniversary edition feed lat waefc Filled With all tW Catholjc newliJ selected rading matter Ur rI 11- a well as a large volume of business matter Rev Father Gannon the editor and his associates have every reason to feel proud of their work The Catholic Press Is rejoiced over the news that Editor Joseph OMahoney of the Indiana Catholic will recover from the Illness with which he was stricken at hIs home in Indianapolis on Thanksgiving day Visitors are now permitted to see him at St Yincents Hospital where he Is being cared for THE DATE SET I IAt a meeting of the Executive in charge of arrangements for next years Knights of St John convention in Cincinnati it was decided that June 2124 In elusive would be the best dates for the gathering the closing day be ing the feast of St John the orders patron Prize drills in which It is probable one hundred commanderles may compete are to take place on Wednesday June 24 If Col P J1 Breen makes any entries a prize la almost certain to come to Louisville ASSISTING THE PRESIDENT Upon the request of President Wilson Rev Arthur Barry ONell C S C of Notre Dam University assistant editor of the Ave Maria went to Washington D C to confer with the President regarding the appointment of chaplains for the army and navy The duty of select- Ing chaplains for the military serv Ice is an Important one to the Presi dent therefore the advice and suggestions which a man of Father ONells knowledge and experience is able to offer should be of riit assistance to the President in his selections f rLEASANTJAvREMESIBERED The visit of the American vessels at Genoa and Naples is still most pleasantly remembered in those cities and the officers and men seem to share tIle pleasant recollec tions Admiral Badger sent BIshop Thomas Kennedy rector of the American College in Rome some In teresting photographs of the Wyom- Ing as a token of his appreciation of the special audience which through the influence of the rector the Pope granted him and other officers and CaptMaxwellKennedy some photographs with an affectionate autograph dedication WILL SEND TEAM The IrishAmerican Athletic club of New York City has decided to send at least ten men headed by Melvin W Sheppard the hero of several Olympic series to represent it in the Athenian Olympic games to be held in Athens during May of next year This team is formed as a nucleus of a squad from all over the United States who will wear the shield in competition against the picked men of other nations Shep pard the present track and field champion of the IrishAmericans was the llrst man chosen to make the trip LEXINGTON Barry Council Y M I of Lexington held its annual election Tuesday night the following officers being selected for the coming year Chap lain the Rev Father Schulte President Charles IB Weitzel First Vice President Charles Arltz Second Vice President Stephen Saunier Treasurer James Kelly Recording Secretary Frank Scanlon Financial Secretary Patrick McGlade Corresponding Secretary Leo Egalite Marshall Benjamin Lusse Medical Examiner Dr Thomas Shannon Inside Sentinel Charles Oil Out side Sentinel Bernard McMinamee Executive Committee John Scanlon Andrew Sallee and Earl Hastings GOOD ONE PUT OVER They say it is hard to fool the Irish but the Eagle Packet Corn pany of St Louis through the con nlvance of the Captain and local agent of the steamer Bald Eagle put one over on the Rev Father E D Hickoy pastor of St Herberts church at Hardln HI when early on a recent Sunday morning Father Hickey found to his utter surprise arid Joy a magnificent large bellfa thousand pounds weight which they had quietly slipped up to he church door with the aid of the crew while Father was resting peacefully on the arm of Morpheus Needless to say the members of the church were as agreeably surprised when they came for service With the bell was the rrequest that every time the bell rings the members of the parish think of the steamer iBald Eagle and the Eagle Packet Company father Hickey on behalf of his people promised the request would be kindly and gratefully com plied with QUARTERS SECURED Charles r Pick of Chicago widely known for his actlvUy for the Cath ole Knights of America and prom meat In German musical circles waa- ai welceme vlritor at the Kentucky rlsh American office lat Saturday WrJPJelt OMM to wLotitevlll ai- der4 qnarUnt for one of tha Chi CAlofnc jwtoiw that will tkpUtm dM flaengrfst here In l flS I J SOGIETY xmj Miss Bertha Hensley left Saturday to visit friends In Galveston Texas I Miss Alice Blandford of Crescent I Hill has been visiting relatives at Lebanon Miss Rachel OBrien entertained her card club Monday afternoon at her home In the Highlands Mrs J Marnell Slack has returned and1IlrsMelvin Carr of Oakdale have been I spending two weeks In Cincinnati iMartln Donahue and wife of Crescent iHlll are In Washington D C for J1 visit of several weeks Miss Isabel Downs of Clark was last week the guest of Mrs W J Semonin at her home in Jefferson tqwn Misses Frances and Eleanor Mc Kenna of Fairfield have been visit ing here as the guests of the Misses Shanley Miss Blanche Campion of Floyd Knobs has been spending a pleasant week with Mrs Mary Schuck in Oakdale I Mrs E B Butler and little son Walter are home from Lebanon Junction where they visited Mrs Pat Jenkins Misses Wilhelmina and Lena Mandlehr have been visiting their grandparents Mr and Mrs Jerry Brlslan at Frankfort MIss Corrlne Calloway who was the guest of her mother Mrs W A Calloway on Sherwood avenue has returned to Nazareth Miss Mallssa Mnttingly of Clover port was the weekend feuest of here cousins the Mlses Susie and Alice Walsh in New Albany Miss Frances Tyler McCabe of Nazareth will spend the Christmas sIrqJaihnfLewlh Miss Frances Tyler McCabe of Nazareth will spend the Christmas holidays with her aunt Mrs Marlon Lewis on iRansdell avenue Mrs Thomas Bra y after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs John Alderson of two weeks returned Saturday to her home in Indian apolis Friends of J J Holland are glad to see him out again recovering from an illness that confined him to his home on Rogers street for some time past Miss Marguerite Hughes of Chi cago will arrive December 28 to spend several weeks the guest of Miss Maggie JUdge at her home on Third street Mr and Mrs Ed Sullivan of South Louisville areTiorie from a two weeks stay with Mrs Sullivans SegoInMr and Mrs John F Oetken have transferred their residence from New Albany to this city and are WelsBlngerGaulbert Ben Kruse Is nobly assisting W druggistInYoung Jr being the name of a new arrival who came last Sunday Miss Mary Malone who is attend ing school in Manhattanvllle N Y will return home for the Christmas holidays Miss Katherine Malone who Is visiting In Baltimore will return with her Mrs William H Shelley gave a theater party at Keiths Saturday afternoon followed by a tea at Kleins In honor of Mrs P B Strat MargaretMurphy Jerry Drlscolls Christmas present arrived this past week the Stork leaving a little girl at his home on Benton avenue and Jerry says the old bird Is evidently a believer in doing his Christmas shopping early Mr and Mrs John F Chester entertained with a house party Tuesday evening In their homQ at First and Avory streets An elegant luncheon was served followed by a musical programme prepared by MlssTAbble Chester A I MarjorjeIooreLondon England will arrive December 20 from a convent in Cincinnati to spend the Christmas holidays with Mr and Mrs E H Mor gan at their home on the Bardstown road V llr entertainedThefollowingViola McGrath Mary Welch Mary KrogerJamesand Mrs Martin IBurke The engagement has been an nounced of Miss Daisy Krioerr to wlllbe i Martins church A number of pre nuptial entertainments have been oflwhichSnyderTueeday Mr and Mrs Frank W Smith of Kenllworth Bardatown road an oftbeltdauhJter placethisastery on the Newburg road No In irltatlons have Men isaued nil the I tMprMl After December 80 Mr and Mrs Lowers w1 11 DeatfltDe atUOGUt1rCOk apartments Jr i ONE DOLLAR month keeps you on the payroll In event of disability caused by sickness or accident Can you afford to be vlthoutthls pro tectiont44 I Ijj 1 Busy Department jI Store 44 1 I II L Mail OrdersII SuggestionsforHome Art PotterySOc to 150- Boblnet Bed Sets 598 to 1000 Bricabrac SOc to 1498 Book Cases 1000 to 5600 Buffets 2500 to 7250 Bed Spreads 390 to 125 Blankets SOc to 2000 Carpets 40e to 125 Carpet Sweepers 190 to 350 Cups and Saucers 125 to 1000 Curtains SOc to 2000 Cedar B5xes 1000 to 1450 Cut Glassware75 to 1500 Chocolate Sets 450 to 798 Cracker Jars SOc to 348 Chop Plates 500 to 298 Carving Sets 175 to 650 Clothes BarsSOc to 125 Clocks 75c to 125 Chafing Dishes 498 to 898 Chiffoniers 800 to 8500 Comforts 98c to 1000 Decorated Baskets 50c to 150 Dinner Sets JA3AMUC5 Davonports2h00 to 6600 FernDihhesL148 to 298 Fruit Bowls 25c to 548 Fruit Sets139 to 450 Game Sets 25c to 348 Gas Lamps 298 to 1000 Jitrdi leres 450 to 500 Lace Bed Sets 150 to 600 Lunch Baskets 25c to 650 Lamps 248 to 898 Leather Couches 16 00 to 3900 Ladles Desks 800 to 4000 Mantel Mirrors 598 to 1060 Music Cabinets 650 to 2100 Mirrors 25c to 698 Mattings 20c to 30c Napkins 269 to 1500 Oil Cloths 25c to 30c Olive Dishes 25c to 100 Orange Spoons 175 to 398 Oyster Forks 176 to 225 Pictures 25c to 500 Punch Sets 348 to 500 Pedestals 149 to 298 Rugs 150 to 3500 Rockers 260 to1900 Silk Pillows 116 to 125 ShirtWaist Boxes 200 to 900 Sugar and Creams 100 to398 Teaspoons Set G9c to 193 Turkish Rockers 1800 to 5500 Table Linen 26c to 198 Towels i6c to 100 Vases 50c to 498 Window Shades 26c to 100 Washing Machines 398 to 1498 ST PATRICKS An edifying feature of the observ ance of the Feast of the Immaculate Conception at St Patricks church was the enrollment of fifteen young women Into Ute Young Ladles Sodality of that church For several years past they were Children of Mary They were received Into the sodality by Rev Father Cronin V Q the pastor ELECTION AND SMOKER Branch 25 Catholic Knights of America will have a most Interest Ing as well ns Important meeting next Monday rijjght Rev Father Schuhmann the Spiritual Director and Rev Father Ackermann also a member are expected to grace the meeting and deliver short addresses This and the fact that the annual election of officers will take place should bring out a large attendance of members for whom a smoker has been arranged Branch 25 meets In St Johns Hall Clay and Walnut BIRTHDAY SURPRISE IA most enjoyable surprise party was given in honor of Misses Esther Krebs and Annrf Mayer to celebrate their birthdays Those present were Misses Lula OBrien Mary Doran Edna SLier Elizabeth Cleary Mar garet Grimes Esther Krebs Anna Mayer Lane Michaels Florence Rehn Adelean Schaefer Rosella Krebs Jane Doran Messrs and Mesdames Fred Hofer J A Krebs MchratbRaymond Krebs Earl Quinn Matt Quwin John OLeary Albert Heugh Un and Charles Hofer ORANGE MEETING NIGHTS SK Beginning with the new year Branch 4C K otA of which John B Stickler is President will hold but one meeting each month the bird Monday Tor the convenience If members assessments and dues will be received at President Stick ers office as late M the 24th of each month CONFERENCE ON JOURNALISM Prof John M Cooney who for terly tatight at St Marys College in Kentuckh and lis now head of the opartmeat of Journalism at Notre Dame University represented Notre Dame at the nleetlnt of the Amerl HH Conference of Teachers of Jour uUemhed at Madl on WlL on November 2and 2 Rev JElopus is J repmented Marquette rnlverslty the only other Catholic le oil pr8HJ tedDothmn took it aettr part Ita the oonfarehce prO 4th tlII I TRANSYLVANIACASUALTY E N Canada Genl1 Supt Ben L Bruner President Sixth Floor Paul Jones Building BACON SON INCORPORATED Market Street Bets Third and Fourth AT Suggestions for Men Bath Robes 298 to 500 Bill Books SOc to 360 I Brushes 50c to 498II Cardigan Jackets 260 to 476 Collars 10otol2c Collar and Cuff Boxes 69c to 398 Card Cases SOc to 298 Combination Sets BOc to 200 Cuff Buttons 25c to 200 Flasks 500 to 350 Fobs 25c to 498 Gloves Wool 25c to 50c Gloves Kid 100 to 175 Gloves FUr SOc tq 500 Handkerchiefs Silk 25c to 100 Hose lOu to 76c Jersey Coats 260 to 500 Jewelry Sets 26c to 200 Knives 26c to 98c Morris Chairs 1250 to 3000 Match Safes SOc to 160 Military Brushes 98c to 998 Mitts Wool 26c to SOn Mitts Leather 60o to 100 Mufflers 26c to 500 Night Shirts SOc to 100 Neckwear 25c to 100 Pajamas 100 to 200 I Pipe Sets 98c to 150 Playing Cards lOc to SOc Prayer Books 25c to 200 Rain Coats 500 to 2000 Rosaries lOc to 300 Suspenders 25c to 150 Satchels 200 to 1500 Slippers 98c to 22- 5ShirtsSOc to 200 Sweaters SOc to 300 Scarf Pins 25c to 150 Smoking Jackets 395 to 745 t050ciSmokingShaving Mirrors 60c to 698 Shaving Mugs 98c to 350 Traveling Cases 98c to 1950 Umbrellas SOc to 760 Underwear 50c to 200 Watches Gold Filled 445 Suggestions for Women Albums 26c to39c Bags Leather 175 to 1250 Back Combs 98c to 493 Belts 25c to 198 Belt Buckles 25c to 350 Brooches 250 to 498 Battenberg Scarfs 98c to 175 KNilillTS OPCOL MBU8 Late News That Will Interest Members Here and RIse where Eleven nevr members were last week received into the council at Connersvllle Ind Arkansas has one more council the baby starting at Paragould with fiftythree member- sCelebratlngthelr anniversary the Knights of Sutton Neb initiated thirtyfive candidates There will be a fourth degree exemplification at Kansas City on Washingtons birthday The council at Steubenvllle Ohio recently initiated eighty new members and Is in a flourishing condi tion Next month a new council will be Instituted at Athens Ohio andabig initiation will be held at Zanes vllleLast Sunday the Knights oC Evansvlllo received holy communion a body In the Church of the As snmptlon Dom Gasquet will lecture for the Knights of Columbus Ohio on Janu ary 4 This will be their big event of the year There is much activity in Kansas a number of councils having ar ranged for initiations during this and the next month Evansvllle Knights are making great preparation for their non Catholic mission which will be held next February In Evans Hall conducted by Rev Father Conway a Paulist father from New York Butler and Altoona councils are the latest in Pennsylvania to start building new homes At the latter place they have secured a location in the heart of the city and will In vest 30000 in the building SEE CHAPEL OAR The new Catholic chapel car St Peter the Rift to the Catholic Church Extension Society ofa cit Iz not Dayton Ohio arrived in Cincinnati last Saturday and was vis ited by thousands during the three days it was on exhibition there The car was in charge of Rev E B Ledvina and was on its way to the Far West F NEW HAVEN A very Jntereitiri social event was the celebration ot the tenth nniversry of the marriage ot Brand Mrs J T Greenwelli lyhlch- eeurrid at their horn in NKaren on Thursday oflutIweek Suggestions for Women Contd Bracelets 75c to 598 Bath Robes 198 to T8Collars Lace 25c to 350 Collars Embroidered 100 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 198to25O0 Frills 25c to 250 Gold Chains 98c to 498 Gloves 25c to 350 Hats 250 to 750 Hose 15c to 395 Handkerchiefs 2c to 198 Hand Bags 98c to 1850 Jewel Cases 25c to 498 Kimonos 98c to 498 Manicuring Articles 25c to SOc Manicuring Sets 98c to 1298 Mesh Bags 25c to 698 Muffs 198 to 2500 Music Rolls 25c to 398 Muslin Underwear 25c to 498 Necklaces 26c to 398 Neck Stocks 1 25c to 250 Nut Picks SOc to 100 Perfumes 2Sc to 500 Petticoats SOc to 500 Pillow Tops 25cto 98c Pin Cushlops 25c to 125 Pocket Books 25c to 593 Plumes 500 to 13 50 Rain Coats 750 to 1500 Rubber Gloves 25c to 39c Rings 26cto398 Scarfs Silk 50c to 198 SolesFleece lOc to 25c Supporters 25c to 98c Stenciling Outfits lOc to 90c Stationery lOc to 400 Shopping Bags 25c to 398 Slippers 98c to 148 Shoes 150 to 400 Side Combs 2Sc to 100 Shoulder Shawls SOc to 500 Silks 39c to 260 Suits 975 to 3500 Skirts 298 to 1260 Toilet Sets 98c to 1898 Umbrellas 460c to 750 Underwear 25c to 1175 Velvets SOc to 300 Veils Chiffon SOc to 350 Veilings lOc to 135Visiting Cards 100 to 300 Work Boxes 25c to 350 Waists SOc to 750 Wrappers 98c to 298 Their guests Included Sylvest Rapier and sons Sylvester Jr an Obrecht and Mrs Samuel J Dant of Louisville Miss Mildred Rapier who is a pupil at Nazareth Acad emy Dr Richard Greenwell Mi and Mrs Mark Ritchie and Mr an Mrs William Flaherty of Bards town and Mrs Fannie Rapier INITIATION AT LEXINGTON The committee having in charg preparations for the Knights o Columbus Initiation and banquet a Lexington on Sunday December 14 states that Bishop Maes of Coving ton the Rev Francis Kearney o St Marys Ohio and Attorney General Timothy S Hogan of Ohio have accepted invitations to speal at the banquet The class for in illation wlll number approximate sixty and iri addition to those wht reside in Lexington a number oj applicants from Frankfort am Somerset will be members of thE class UNVEIL HENRY STATUE Gov Dunne and former Gov Yates delivered addresses at the un veiling of a statue of Patrick Henr at St Josephs school Sprlngfi9 ld 111 The unveiling was under the supervision of Father PoJ OReilly of St Josephs church This Is be lloved to be the first monument in the State to Patrick Henry who was once Governor of Illinois when that State was part of the original colony of Virginia NEWPORT IOn the eve of leaving for his new charge at Richmond the Rev George OBryan formerly assistant pastor of the Church of the Immac ulate Conception at Newport was presented with a purse of 450 as a token of respect and affection Upon his arrival in Richmond the people tendered the new pastor a most cordial welcome PASSING CURIOUS If this be a Protestant country it is passing curious that so many of our heroes were Catholics and that halt the clUes and towns in the nation bear Catholic names So far as California iIs concerned we can not have a celebration without re calling some event connected with Catholics or Catholicity Catholic World CHRISTMAS ROSARIES 0Dont Pay too much for them V- will send you a tlye ear guaranteed Ros ry in ainethyst or any it4iJur you desire for 1 The ten 10 AL co 1 Come and See i i SantaII Xmas Gifts For Everybody POPULAR PRICES Mail OrdersI Promptly Filled Suggestions for Boys Caps 25ctoSOc Cowboy Suits 125 to 139 Gloves 25cto1O0 Hats Soc to 200 Indian Suits 79c to 179 Leggings SOc to 100 Magic Lanterns 75c to 500 Mechanical Toys SOc to 498 Neckwear 50c to 100 Overcoats 198 to 698 Pants SOc to 150 Suits 198 to 748 Sweatersr50c to 150 Skates I 75c to 348 Shirts SOc to 100 Suspenders 25c to 100 Sporting Goods 25c to 548 Toys at all prices Trains on Track 125 to 509 Underwear 25c to 100 Umbrellas r60c to 100 Watches 100 to 445 Suggestions for Girls Books 5c to 100 Bracelets 750 to 598 Coats 298 to 1509 Dolls 25c to 793 Gloves 100 to 150 Hose lOc to SOc Prayer Books 25c to 200 Rain Coats Rosaries lOc to 300 Rugs 26c to 100 Shoes 100 to 250 Toys of every description Umbrellas SOc to 109 Watches Gold Filled 445 Suggestions for Baby Baby Records SOc to 400 Bonnets 25c to 298 Bootees 19c to 50c Cribs 750 to 900 Comb and Brush Sets SOc to 169 Dolls lOc to 100 2150HighLeggins350 to 125 Nursery Chairs 135 to 235 Rattlers lOc to 25s Sacques 25c to 150- ISmaller Coat SetsI 150 Teething Rings lOc Toques 25c to 50c Toys of all kinds GAYETYTHEATER Ono Wtek Co =snclnt Sunday Matinee LAUGHTER PRODU- CINGMcFaddens Flats RENOVATED AND REJUVENATED A large company chorus of thirty B pretty girl singers and dancers entirely f new specialties and surprising stage t and electrical effects- PBXCESSunday Matinee lOc JBo lieand Soc Tuesday Thursday and Satur NightsfATIONAFifth and Walnut LIIREAL VAUDEVILLE TABLOID MUSICAL COMEDY The Girls and the JockeyL- ED BY CORNIE AND ERNIE Supported by twelve clever artists who introduce tuneful songs and dances GRACE CAMERON THE DOLLY DIMPLES GIRL Anotjr headliner who won fame in stellt tales in comic opera productions 5 OTHER STAR ACTSS Matinee All Seats lOc Night lOu and SOc P Viglini Co Office 138 South Fifth Fire and Tornado Insurance LOSSES PROMPTLY ADJUSTED Home Phone City 5200 Cnmb Phone Main 161 CENTRAL FURNITURE GO Incorponted N W Cero Third and Green 3t We furnish the home corn ptote as eaSy payments LWLLASNANMuSaIHyear Uat 160 We send them in beautiful presenta tion boxes With each Rosary you buy we will give a years subscrip Lion to our childrens paper thai Child Apostle Address the Child Apostle 1132 MeCormlck building Chicago 111 a r A t i J 1 ENT7SOFY IRISH AM RION t rGRAN NNNN W SMITHS SONl i SAL s SMITH PROP I i Funeral irector and Embalmer i BOTH PHONES 810 i 809 WESTA JEFFERSON STREET i t THOMAS KEENAN Fun ral Director andmbalmerI 1221 WEST ARKET STREET TELEPHONE CITY 365 attrs4t+ ttHti +++4wtI tsrraF iI jMElONBARRE TS CUMBERLAND SONS 123 FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBAL ERS 822 East Malik StreetM N DOUGHERTY McELLIOlT 1227 WEST MARKET REET Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH PHONES Cumb Main 2008n onto City 2008 OL- DFORTUNB0ur030N THE PHIL HOLLENBACH O INCORPORATED DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTE 111111111111 Furor WINES CHAMPAGNES H AL KOLB II 323 West Green Street LIQUORS CIGARS IFiaN MMIdNT4 A4P lII111 r II r 11111111 1 IS I 1 1 1 I I 111 1110 Ht II 0 t ooo DRJtCUAWK I Veterinary YInfirinary713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET nhfhMtsCHA S 2991 HtEt City 2l99 ewieaaf+e ter BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky IID All the late and new Styles and Shapes pricesCalland HERRMANN BROS atPORTBRJ PINE WINES AND LIQUORS Dtatllters aid Wkeleiale Dial ere la Flaeet Braids of Kee raeky Wbitkles eapedally Pearl of Nelson BOTlLID IN BONO TieetMMlM 214 S4KTH ITMCT o BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- IieleotroPa Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SGHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Pk tldtig 223 Alv Tore bus H AmefttlM that win egae fives tiRW 51XAVIERsCOLLE lE UC w7 eaAwMT MektoTffi Z7 CM et4 Vr tk XAverlM tbrs- aNataa aal rslaeagarIIPDtat Large A laC PsWi ya rla- i II =7JMr i 03X J oScScSoR Do Your ATJJ J XIfc STEWAKTS i MAIL AND TELEPHONE ORDERS FILLED PRESENTS FOR WOMEN Solid Gold Bar Pins 200 to f850 Solid Gold Brooch Pins 200 to 1250 Solid Gold Buckle Collar Pins 360 to 500 Solid Gold Bracelets 600 to 1500 Gold and Gun Metal Watches 600 to 1500 Diamond Lavaller8 750 to 2750 Diamond Rings 500 to 2600 Goldfilled Shell Guaranteed Vanities 500 to 2000 Goldfilled Lorgnettes 600 to 1200 Sterling Silver combination vanity 800 to 3500 Sterling Silver Mesh Bags 1400 to 3850 German Silver Mesh Bags 200 to 1860 Sheffield Serving Trays 650 to 3250 Sheffield Vegetable Dishes 400 to 1400 Sheffield 3plece Tea Set 1860 to 4075 Sterling Silver Cold Meat Forks 360 to 600 Sterling Silver Orange Spoons set of 6 1050 Sterling Silver Carving Sets3 pieces 1200 Sterling Silver Fruit Knives set of 6 1000 Fancy Flower Baskets 760 to 1200 Sterling Silver Toilet Sets 1100 to 2275 German Silver Toilet Sets 600 to 1000 PRESENTS FOR GIRLS German Silver Mesh Bags 150 to 500 German Silver Combination Vanities 95 to 350 Goldfilled Bracelets 200 to 750 Gold and Silver Watches 500 to1500 Sterling Silver Coin Purses 200 to 500 Cut Steel Slipper Buckles 150 to 600 Small Beaded Bags u 150 to 350 Solid Gold Beauty Pins 100 to 260 Solid Gold Bar Pins 200 to 600 Solid Gold Locket and Chain 500 to 1200 Solid Gold Thimble 250 to 350 Sterling Manicure Sets 500 to 1400 Sterling Top Glass Putt Jar 300 to 400 Sterling Picture Frames 60 to 1750 Sterling Silver Sachet Holders 300 to ffOO Parisian Ivory Clocks special value 400 to 550 velvetQ100 to 200 PRESENTS FOR 100 Opera Length Fancy Colored Beads Rhinestone Hair Pins fancy shapes Rhlnstone Barettes plain and fancy designs Jet Earring long pendant and hoop drop p Demi Blood Shell Braid Pins I i Wrist UWtnPurses and VanitiesiH s 4 Gold Front Cihff ButtonsI Gold Front Tie ayasp Goldfilled Coat ctiin Pearl Beads Fancy Ciatoip v Plated Cold Meat Forks I Sterling Silver Lemon Forks and SugarAtolls Sterling Silver Butter Picks x Plated Candle Sticks Plated Picture Frames guaranteed to wear large size Parisian Ivory Nail Polishers with Ivory tray Van tines Oriental Toilet WaierIHudnuts Perfume SetsTwo bottles various odors Childrens Wash of French per cale and gingham light and dark colors low and high neck long and threequarter sleeves plain and trimmed styles sizes 6 to years f L Cut Steel Slipper Pins t r v Rhinestone Slipper p German Sliver Mesh Bags Pearl Beads solid gold clasp Solid Gold Beauty Pins Solid Gold Bar Pins v Solid Gold Stick Pins v Solid Bold Tie Clasp Gauze Spangle Hand Painted Fans Rhinestone Hair PIns set in alu Magnifying Glass sterling handle Sheffield Card Trays i Childrens Wash of stripe chock and plain gingham long and sleeves dainty white collars embroidered andoy lace trimmed light and dark colors sizes 6 to 14 years value SOO f SANTA CLAUS COMES The Shelby Club will havo its annual Christmas tree and for the children on Christmas day from 2 to 4 oclock in the afternoon Santa will be at their lists of once The Christmas Tree Committee has been busy and will spare no effort to make this a greater success than ever before REST TEN DAYS While bq his vacation Patrolman man at the Tentkitreet station put im his time his brother here from r Hudnuts Violet Sec Toilet Waters = I In holiday boxes two sizes price 75 to 140 Hudnuts Pot Pourri roge leaves from the gardens of France price 150 Parisian Ivory Perfume Bottles Cut glass stoppers 175to 900 Mary Garden Toilet Water per bottle 300 Hand Bags 100 to 2500 Photo Frames 50 to 500 Glrldes and Belts 60 to 600 Flschus and Collars 50 to 500 Handkerchiefs 05 to 500 Scarfs 50 to 2500 Ornamental Hair Pins 100 to 750 Real Whitby Jet Fan Chains 350 to 500 Black and White Gauze Spangled Fans 100 to 1000 Solid Gold Thimbles M 250 to 4 Sterling Silver Novelties for the Work Basket 50 to 150 for the Delineator one year 150 2 years 250 if iil Parisian Ivory Jewel Cases velvet lined i 300 to 1600 Parisian Ivory Photo Frames 1 300 to 1260 Shoe Trees for ribbon trimmed gifts lHo 25 Chatelaine Work trimmed bone rings with scissors and sewing outfit 25 to 50 Purses 26 to 200 Belts 25 to 100 Sewing Boxes 25 to 200 Handkerchiefs 05 to 50 Lace Collar and Cuff Sets 25 to 50 Furs 25 to 50 Gold or Silver Bracelet Watches 750 to 2600 Solid Gold Hat PIns 200 to 350 Brass Desk Clocks 150 to 500 Mother of Pearl Clocks 860 Heavy Brocaded Silk Ribbons a yard 29ii I IJ iili DressesMade 14 DressesMade entertaining Subscription Parisian Ivory Hat Brushes r McCallums Silk Hose for men Scotch Gold Caps for men 1 I Imported Silk Scarfs for men l 1 Sllk Lisle Supporters for men IMvyhite Madras Shirts for merij Y Silk Scarfs In plain colors and floral effects Lace Collars In white and ecru All Linen Sheer HandkcrchlefsrEmbroldercd coy ners 4 In a box Saffrlan Leather Hand Purse with mirror and pow der book In colors Music Portfolio and Rolls in black and colors All Linen Madorla Scallop and Hand Embroidered v Handkerchiefs IIretonne Gift Boxes of Writing Papers CartnndarsI Childrens Books Gem Library of Classics Cranes J lne Writing Paper Prayer Books and Rosaries is I Ornamental fair Pins Silver Deposit lOerfume Bottles Sterling Silver N fOltIes for the Work Basket Royal Purple Hand kMrrors White Ivory Holder wltC Glass Perfume Bbttles PRESENTS FOR 200 tII PinsI ninumt threequarter Sheffield Mayonnaise Dish v I Sterling Silver Sugar and Crean Spoon Set Mary Garden Perfume one ounce Thermos plated case pint size Y Knitted Silk FourInHands for Men ob Outing Flannel Pajamas for Men oi iFine Tucked Soft Shirts for Men Tuxedo Shirts for Men a Ostrich Feather Neck Piece In natural and black Imported Lace Collar and Cuff Set in white and ecruIChiffon Veils 13 yards long 1 yard wide in cunard blue champagne purple wisteria and black and white German Silver Collapsable Drinking Cups in gen nine Alligator case hand sewed Scissor Case in colored leather SURETY COUPONS WITH ALL PURCHASES i STEWART DRTBOODS S CO MI JOImnDJlwtTHoWfES HcCREEW GCiarinMcD Democratic entertainment atdIentertainment PatConneNraftiC SachetNatural ChainsRibbon BottlesNickle haveitakenthetrJohn Morris John Cosgrove Thomas Lawlers P IA CrItes Mike Hoban Coa OLeary and J p Flynn Alter this week the entire force will be on dutyno afore vacations being granted until after the first of the year CONDITION IMPROVING iCapt Lark Philpot otthe No 4 Engine Company who met with a aerleu ccident last week ia reported improving jat hta kowef3628 Rudd aYenue ulpt philpot was driving te from the ee ntry when his horse beeametritenwl and ram away He was tfcrowa to the ground and iMtalaM tkree fractured rtbr I t tI lff DIES AWAY FROM HOME The sad news of the death of Stanley Lambert at Watervllet N JYedqcsdayDece Sirs Jacob Lambert 103 Western parkway and was a member of Mac MepsClubmonths agooho went to New York hoping his health would be restored but Thanksgiving day his condition became serious T eremalnsarorived here Thursday NICE JUBILEE CERT toi3magnificent automobile 1 FRANK FEHR INCORPORATEDS BREWING CO I Brewers s and Bottlers IOUR SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by everyDone who has tried it Telephone 452 SENN Si ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED r LOUISVILLE KYm Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 r THE WIEDEMANNINCORPORATED BREWING COMPANYS f Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beet Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent QRUBER a DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Orfof a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Homo 76717672 Cumb West 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light JOHN B PRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewe 508 510 and 512 CLAY STIwkElV T TELEPHONE 209 LOI SVIL iE KY IN BOTTLES FOR HOM USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING JOHN F OERTEL CORA ED PHONE CITY 859 LOUISVILLE KY I FOR A DIFFERENTAND A LITTLE BETTER II Furniture ForIsMoney go lib xc a WM F MAYEfe 413 W MARKET ST Special Notice to Altar Societies Wt have on hand a large and exclusive line of Altar Alb and Surplice Laces We have determined to place a special discount on these goods this month If you are think ing of purchasing the above soon It will pay you to 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 SamplesROGERS CHURCH GOODS CO 418 W JEEFERSON ST Oldest Kentucky Home of Church Good FRED ERHARTN- ORTON ARCHITECT BUILDING NW Corner Fourth and Jefferson II BOSSE SON Funeral Directors and Embalmers S10 F HXA VIINIII3 Tete keielM2 r THE 2 FAVORITES of feaisvlllei Particular Smokers TARPY SPECIAL IOc Cle- arLITTLE I A J t 5c Cigar cigars without an equal in quality Homemade Unionmade and the bestmade for the money For sale atall dispensers of smokers T W TARPY CO MAKEBB SEVENTH ST NEAR MAR- gUTMONUMENTS We have just received five car load of Monuments ranging a price from 7500 to 20000 and which we can give at a bargain Before purchasing please give HI a call at our warerooms 318320 West Green St New Muldoon Monument Gi CB THOMPSON ELORIS1tfFONIST ONE STORM Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVBNUB Beth Tol ph u toil All rden receive prompt atteattoa nad satisfaction guarant- eedDelightfulA SmoKe PHONS CITY 33 10 FOR CLEOPATRA 10GONDOLA A L DQME01r2a5 x ClaptaterMtn pr- I l I I C131 TiSOK5t =RasH MEIIOAl I1 II Mens Womens HolidayIIIIII I SLIPPERSin Shopping made easy by use of our certificate Write or call for on- eCOMFY SLIPPERSALL OOI OKS Mens 1 00 to 175 Ladies 100 to 150 Childrens 100 and 125 1 Mens and Womens Slippers 50c to 350 Boys Slippers 50c to 150 In felt and leather i CO1t417419 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky TRY A GALLON OF OUR FAMOUS AMILY CREAMVan- illa Strawberry Chocolate Orange I Pineapple and Other Flavors EVERYTHING SANITARY 100 PER GALLON HOME PHONE SHAWNEE 2198 THE LOUISVILLE DAINTY COMPANY EIGHTEENTH AND BROADWAY tNi1I FOR GOODNESS SAKE EAT MOTHERS BREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South t s fJAn Appropriate XmaS Gifta For All IN Religious Good Statues Prayer Books Gold Chain Rosaries Crucifies Pictures Books Sick Call Outfits GEO P OSTERHOLT CO 1707 West Market Street Picture Frames Made to Orde Nome Phone City 8548 KNNNI OWN1tiVN111N1K A CANDIED REQUEST We respectfnlly request our patrons to leave j their orders for Christmas Candies as soon as possible and avoid he rush of the lastfew days BAYCANDY RI 230 West Market L 219 West Jefferson vv vvvvvvv vtvw viv vvv wtw I I I 111111 zst 111111101 I I rHll t 11 1011uJ 111 + 1 1101 E III H NOWY is BETTER TH- ANTVHB1N 1 k 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 DO YOU NEED MONEY SEE POOLEYCO- NFIDENTIAL LOANS 1QUR NOTE OR FURNITURE F I POOL EYRoom No1 Courier Jotfrrtal1 Bldi 415 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE 1 a J xo nl Hurrah For Toytown THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF DOLLSTO FOUND TOYSTO 1 TOYS BY THE THOUSANDS After months of preparation we announce ready with everything new and novel the world of Toys NEW DOLLS NEW GAMES NEW BOOKS NEW MECHANICAL TOYSin fact everything to please Make your selection while stocks are new W HERMAN STRAUS tSONS g FOURTH AveNUe atYONPavAfI- U P MARKET STREET HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekCencral- News Notes Division 4s election was certainly a hummerMonday night Division 3 will moot and bid farewell to 1913 Division 1 will hold Its last meet ling of the year Tuesday night Division 4 again elects their of standbysHennessy and Lynch Masses for Divisions 1 and were celebrated last week at Nashua N HNew Hampshire divisors thus far heard from favor the insurancei planTim Lyons story of early Tuber nian struggles proves mighty Inter esting at gatherings The Ladles Auxiliary meets Wednesday night and a large at tendance is looked for 1j Hustling John Price and Smiling Johnny Hesslon will again be Secre- tarIes for Division 3 in 1914 View York State favors the new insurance plan The National Board will soon announce the result Divison 1 of Concord N H is ar ranging a big reception for Rev Father Timon on December 29 The Emerald Hibernian Social Club will give the next of their series of dances on January 7 Louisville dlvisons should soon vote on the insurance proposition submitted by the National Board A new division with over 100 members was Instituted last Sunday in St Marys parish Niagara Falls Last Sunday at Niagara Falls the Hibernian fife and Drum Corps of twentyeight pieces was muster In yFor the entertainment o1 members Division 7 of H abIJandIs conducting a winter crib tournament 7r trudging t avrthe division elections theytfounty Board for next oajvi llT1 be a strong and repre s tntative body The Hibernian military companies of Ohio will bold their annual mill tary encampment at Toledo during the month of August The appointment of Rev Edward Flanagan as division chaplain is a source of general satisfaction to the Htbernians of Omaha The Hibernian Rifles of Columbus have grown 1Jn numbers and military efficiency ana now rank as one of the foremost independent military companies in Ohio campaigntoSyracuse divisions will hold open meetings with attractive programmes and good speakers The Ladles Auxiliary of Indianapolis initiated 100 members last thartrandwasbers and in closing expressed the desire to address them again gaveProfNational Irish History Committee a most enthusiastic greeting when he lectured for them at the Star Thea ter which was crowded His pic tures of Ireland greatly pleased his audienceThe Rifles of Baltimore escorted a distinguished party of visitors from Washington to the Baltimore Academy of Music where a rousing meeting of thetA O Hand auxiliary was held Among the speakers were Congressman William L Igoe of Missouri Congressman Edward eating of Colorado National Director P T Moran and P J iHaltlgan editor of the National Hibernian DEMOCRAT REWARDED I James J Barry brother of John J Barry and County Assessor Edward Barry Was this week recommended by Collector of Internal Revenue T Scott Mayee for appointment as Dep I uty Collector in the Fifth district to J succeed Herman Becker who resigned to accept a business offer The recommendation of Mr Barry U very pleasing to LouievlllDemocrats as c he has been an active worker for the i J 4 SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays Proeidentlhomaa W Tarpy Vice PresidentDaniel McCarthy Recording Secretary Walter Cu Ick Financial SecretaryJoseph Far roll KeenandSergeantatArcsHenry MoDe- motL 2SentinelJohn Keane DIVISION 2 W11lilams Hall Thirteenth and Oak President 0 J Ford Vice PresldentJJ Sullivan Recording Secretary Daniel OKeefeFinancial Secretary John T Keaney Treasurer nJaaaes W818hj SergeantatArms J Cunningham SentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 8 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentJohnMaloneVice y Recording secrepurJohn P Price Financial Secretary John J Hes pion Jr Treasur Dan J Dougherty Sergea1taArmsJohn J East Sentinel Thomas Noon f 4beta Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street PresidentJohn H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial SecretaryThomas J anganRecording Secretary John J larryTreasurerPatrick Conley SergeantatArmsThomas Far- SentinelM ell J McDermott Y M I MAOION COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank 0 Adams First Vice President Geo Thorn Jon Second Vice President John J Lynn Financial SecretaryA C Link Recording secretaryJohn R BarryCorresponding Secretary Harry f Klbbey Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch MarshalFred Schuler Inside Sentinel Lawrence Rapp Outside SentinelFrank E Grat APr party and is well fitted for tho duties of Deputy Collector NEXT NATIONAL DILL The Girls and the Jockey a tabloid musical comedy will head the new vaudeville programme at the National Theater which will bo introduced at Mondays matinee The presenting cast is mado up of twelve reputedly clever musical comedy artists led by Corey and Ernie a pair of English comedians and aside from providing a great deal of comedy the offering Is said to servo as the medium for Introduction of a number of interesting and tuneful songs and fascinating dances Grace Cameron who has been seen here in stellar roles in various comic opera productions is also announced as a headliner five other meritorious numbers completing the bill I CHRISTMAS ENTERTAINMENT The children of Sk Philip Nerls choolVlll give their annual Christ mae entertainment at Wlndthorst Hall on Tuesday evening December Uthe performance beginning at 745 oclock The roKramme will consist of reettationr songs lAoneact play I e EVERYTHING IN EVERYBODY in IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The death has occurred of Jere miah Ryan Pallasgreen brother of the Rev Matt Ryan of Knockavllla The news of the death of M Mc Cann builder and contractor of Ltfr gan has been received with deep friendsiThere was a very large attendance at the funeral of the late Rev Bernard Brady of Castlepollard Ho was a native of the town and retired some years ago from the English missionRight Rev Dean Kavanagh D D of New Ross was made the recipient of beautiful addresses and valuable presentations from the pupils of the Convent of Mercy schools on the occasion of the golden jubilee of hU priesthood r J A verdict of dearth from heart fall ure was returned at an Inquest held in Dundalk ot the body of Thomas Hayes whoUied suddenly He was walking J4ith a comrade when he compjaflned of weakness and died in elwmt five minutes The Most Rev Dr ODonnell has appointed the Rev PJ Brennan of Bruckless to Raphoe his brother the Rev James Brennan of Ardag hey to succeed him in the curacy the Rev Alphonsus Ward taking the place of the latter Sister Veronica Devitt a ven erable and much beloved member of the Ursuline Convent Thurles which Institution she entered half a cen tury ago has passed away to the deep regret of the community She was a native of Templederry near Nenagh Swinford Guardians elected Dr J E OSulllvan medical officer of the Charlestown Dispensary district in succession to Dr Murray recently appointed tuberculosis officer for the County Dublin Dr OSulllvan signed a scale of small fees for attendance on people of poor means There is considerable sensation in the Inagh district midway between Ennis and Mlltown Malbay over the burning of the Inagh National school There are many theories as to the origin of the fire but there seems no good grounds to consider that the act was deliberate Hymen Graffe a member of the Hebrew community has been sworn as a Magistrate for the city of Lim erick before P J Kelly R MThaappointment of Graffe to the Magis terial bench Is the first occasion it is understood on which a member of his community has been appointed to Commission of the Peace for the city The Most Rev Dr Fogarty has made the following changes in his diocese Rev P Hayes Coolmeen- to Labashheeda Rev C Culligan jaBasheeda to Carrlgaholt Rev J Houlihan Carrigaholt to Terry glass RevP OHalloran Corofln to Inagh Rev T Mcchan Inagh to Corofln Rev D McNamara to Cool meen At a meeting of the Finance Com miffed of Sligo Corporation a resolu tion was passed to the effect that the corporation should take into consid eration at once the question of pro viding laborers cottages in Sligo and that a strong memorial be sent for ward to the proper authorities asking the same privileges for Sligo In this respect as are given to the rural dis tricts GAYETY THEATER Renovated and rejuvenated Mc Faddens Flats comes to tale Gayety for next weeks engagement The producers of the Flats haVe blue penciled the original manuscript until there romaine only the title before girls whoc n sing dance and put their numbers over with a vim in a- very fetching manner in promised Specialties are promised throughout ure p eand the stage arid electrical effect are said tobe novel sur prlreer y- ft n t For Your furnitur Wants 1 WANT YOUR FFRADE I pricesIthe lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street e HONE ALL T ROUGH Shoes Ladles Made of the finest snhoothest grained leathers is possible to Over footformed lasts Depend itIability sticks out all foyer them SHOE FITTERS TO THE FAMILY VOLZ MICHAEL I Horn Phase la For 336 CUP OF ulloys Good Coffee DayFreshAskForOurSpecialBendat25c Heat Coffee In Town For the Price JOHN MULLOY TJEZB5B5T nnn I LLyoo The Last Dollar wdiispent for you did not NEED would have SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear interest COMPOUNDED twice a year There MAY COME a time whoa your LAST DOLLAR II must be spent for you DO NEED The SAVING now of the dollars you are wasting might keep that hard time from ever coming m Ky Title Savings Bank and Trust I Fifth and Court Place Open Daily Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p m gg Z fI v + 1111111111111 ffM1J BANNO- HI Pres Mir OP Duchess closest procure M 9 MARKET something something Co IT IS Time For Stoves comingSecond r Third ThoughtGeher best place buy a Stove or Range where assortment large prices are reason Therefore it interest reliable GKEHER SONW Market St Second Third ISIIIIIIIIIIISIIZI1111 + P JR Vies Pns t HMMHH WOLTRINS ISecntary f 11 p Bannon Sewer Pipe Co f PipeBannonsPipe for Steam Condalts Grate and Boiler Ground Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified SidewalK BricK OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON TELEPHONE 573 WORKS 13h aad Lexitigtoto Bsd Magnolia Ave Bet 9th TELEPHONE dI h3 111 11111111 II 1111111 II III f I CHARLIE WI4ITE MOON THE COWBOY HERBALIST ORIGINATOR WHITE a00N3 CHEYENNE INCIAN REMEDIES COM CEtSAR tSCIENCE SOf A Will Ella W A Son The to is the is and the able is to your own to call on the old and firm of 215 Bet and BANHOH Treas 1t Salt Tile Fire Clay Bud lOth 2833 Hz ROOTS HERBS GODS MEDICINES Compounded according tp tho Original S Exclusive Formulas S Recipes of Charlie WhiteMoon Tho Cowboy Herbalist for tho treatment of human ailments Endorsed In tho Blblo Thousands of IrodfTonlCSOIENCEAsk your druggist or write MRS CHARLIE WHITEMOON 3731 West finite LnMli Ky RagtimePIANO PowttTtlr tauiht ta 10 to 20 1IOHOB writ lyt Ibooklet JPOttEST THOMPSON 2822WIUM aw ee2174 s I WastI I I R M I BrIckFire + + I 0 + 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 S E l r JPNTLTOKX 1RTsH AltIERIOAN NNe l NNl N N N NN N NNNN- NGRANr W SMITHS SON f AL S SMITH PROP I Funeral Director and Embalmer jj BOTH PHONES 810 i STREETiij H+H1SIII1 1 11 111 11 I 11 111 1 I Jc HHHHHtH1 1 1 THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director t and Embalmer 1221 WEST MARKET STREET TELEPHONE CITY 365 nOBIE PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS 1 822 East Main Street ijj MN N N MIN NNNN NNNNN- Fmmm DOUGHERTY McELLIOlT j j 1227 WEST MARKET STREET Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH IM3OKBJS Climb Main 2008a Homo City 200S OL- DFORTUNArBOURBONI+ THE PHIL HOLLENBACH COINCORPORATED DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS I J 1 I 1 1 I I 10 t I 1 1 I 11 1 J t+H 11 rtraaa J ctairrarx1 1 1 1tns- PINID WINES AL KOLB AGNESii 323 West Green Street t LIQUORS CIGARS t ++ 1 t oJ 1 r oJ1nJJIo +IoJ HI1oJ J I 1 1 I 1111 Jo 1 l1ooJJutoiI DR Joe CHAWK iif Veterinary Infirmary tfi 713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET TelephooesCnmli S 299a Nome City 2399 te 1 i +9v c 1 1 BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky lB All the late sad sew Styles and Shape priCMGaUaad HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Dlitlllers aad Wholesale Deal ers ia Finest Brands ef KM taeky Wkiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTJLKD In BOND rttotWMlHIi 214 PXTH STftffT BEDDING PLANTS IUeleotropeI oe Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES r JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both PfcaiicB 223 a4v Teas beya M MmM Mea that irlU I tree fr sire ST XAYIERS COLLEGE 111W 7eadwLy aaledll Icy SretkeracLaAk Ceva DnatLMcea 6Wil 3MW jyel G7Mut slay Tarr x lrro JIMII J t+ Do Your Christmas Shopping 1 AT STEWARTS MAIL AND TELEPHONE ORDERS FILLED f PRESENTS FOR WOMEN 4 Solid Gold Bar Pins 200 to 860 Solld Gold Brooch Pins 200 tol260 Solid Gold Buckle Collar Pins 360 to 600 Solid Gold Bracelets 600 to 1600 Gold and Gun Metal Watches 600 to 1500 Diamond Lavallers 750 tb2760 Diamond Rings 500 to 2500 Goldfilled Shell Guaranteed Vantties600 to 2QO- OJoldfllled Lorgnettes 600 tol200 Sterling Silver combinationn vanity 800 to 3500 Sterling Silver Mesh Bags 1400 to 3860 German Silver Mesh Bags 200 to 1860 Sheffield Serving Trays 660 to 3260 Sheffield Vegetable Dishes 400 to 1400 Sheffield 3plece Tea Set q 1850 to 4076 Sterling Silver Cold Meat Forks 360 to 600 Sterling Silver Orange Spoons set of 6 1050 Sterling Silver Carving Sets 3 pieces 1200 Sterling Silver Fruit Knives set of 6 1000 Fancy Flower Baskets 760to 1200 Sterling Silver Toilet Sets 1100 to 2276 German Silver Toilet Sets 600 to 1000 PRESENTS FOR GIRLS German Silver Mesh Bags 150 to 500 German Silver Combination Vanities 95 to 360 Goldfilled Bracelets 200 to 760 Gold and Silver Watches 500 to 1600 Sterling Silver Coin Purses 200 to 600 Cut Steel Slipper Buckles 150 to 600 Small Beaded Bags 150 to 350 Solid Gold Beauty Pins 100 Jo 250 Solid Gold Bar Pins 200 to 500 Solid Gold Locket and Chain 600 to 1200 Solid Gold Thimble 260 to 350 Sterling Manicure Sets 500 to 1400 Sterling Top Glass Puff Jar 300 to 400 Sterling Picture Frames 60 to 1750 Sterling Silver Sachet Holders 300 to 500 Parisian Ivory Clocks special value 400 to 550 Parisian Ivory Pin Cushions velvet tops 100 to 200 I PRESENTS FOR SlOO Opera Length Fancy Colored Beads Hair Pins fancy shapes Rhinstone Barettes plain and fancy designsI Jet Earring long pendant and hoop drop Demi Blood Shell Braid Pins Wrist Coin Purses and Vanities V j jlfGold Front Cuff Buttons r t 1 H Jtf Gold Front Tie Clasp C Goldfilled Coat Chain Pearl Beads Fancy ClaspI v Plated Cold Meat Forks Sterling Silver Lemon Forks and Sugar Shells Sterling Silver Butter Picks f v I Plated Candle Sticks Plated Picture Frames guaranteed to wear llarge size Parisian Ivory Nail Polishers with ivory tray Vantines Oriental Toilet Water Hudnuts Perfume SetsTwo bottles varlqus odors Childrens Wash Dresses Made of French per cale and gingham light and dark colors low and high neck long and threequarter sleeves plain and trimmed styles sizes 6 to 14 years Cut Steel Slipper Pins Rhinestone Slipper Pins German SilverI Mesh Bags v Pearl Beads solid gold clasp v JSolid Gold Beauty Pins Vi Solid Gold Bar Pins Solid Gold Stick Pins Solid Gold Tie Clasp fGauze Spangle Hand Painted Fans V Hair Pins set in Magnifying Glass sterling handle Sheffield Card Trays Childrens Wash of stripe check and plain gingham long and sleeves dainty white collars embroidered and lace trimmed light and dark colors sizes 6 to 14 years value 300 Hudnuts Violet Sec Toilet Waters In holiday boxes two sizes price 75 to 140 Hudnute Pot Pourrl rose leaves from the gardens of France price 160 Parisian Ivory Perfume Bottles Cut glass stoppers 17610 900 Mary Garden Toilet Water per bottle 300 Hand Bags 100 to 2600 Photo Frames 50 to 600 Glrldes and Belts 50 to 500 Flschus and Collars 50 to 500 Handkerchiefs 05 to 600 Scarfs 60 to 2600 f Ornamental Hair Pins 100 to 760 f Real Whitby Jet Fan Chains 360 to 600 Black and White Gauze Spangled Fans lOO to 1000 iSolid GOld Thimbles 260 to 4 I Sterling Silver for the Work Basket 60 to 160 Subscription for the Delineator one year 160 2 years 260 f II Ii Rhinestone Rhinestone Novelties Parisian Ivory Jewel lined 3OO to 1600 Parisian Ivory Photo Frames 300 to 1260 Shoe Trees for ribbon trimmed gifts 10 to 25 Chatelaine Work trimmed bone rings with scissors and sewing outfit 26 to 50 Purses 25 to 200 Belts 25 to 100 Sewing Boxes 25 to 200 Handkerchiefs 05 to 60 Lace Collar and Cuff Sets 25 to 50 Furs 25 to 50 Gold or Silver Bracelet Watches 760 to 2500 Solid Gold Hat Pins 200 to 350 Brass Desk Clocks 160 to 600 Mother of Pearl Clocks 860 Heavy Brocaded Silk Ribbons a yard 29 t Parisian Ivory Hat Brushes McCallums Silk Hose for men Scotch Gold Caps for men Imported Silk Scarfs for men Silk Lisle Supporters for men menLSilk Scarfs iiuplaln colors and floral effects Lace Collars In white and ecru v All Linen Sheer Handkerchiefs Embroidered cor ners 4 In a box Saffrlau Leather Hand Purse with mirror and pow der book in colors Music Portfolio and Rolls In black and colors All Linen Maderla Scallop and Hand EmbroideredI Handkerchiefs Cretonne Gift Boxes of Writing Papers Calendars Childrens Books Gem Library of Classics Cranes Fine Writing Paper Prayer Books and Rosaries Ornamental Hair Pins Silver Deposit Perfume Bottles Sterling Silver Novelties for the Work Basket Royal Purple Hand Mirrors White Ivory Holder with Glass Perfume Bottles i PRESENTS FOR 200 It aluminum DressesMade threequarter SachetNatural Casesvelvet ChainsRibbon Sheffield Mayonnaise Dish iSterling Silver Sugar and Crean Spoon Set Mary Garden Perfume one ounce Thermos BottlesNlckle plated case pint size Knitted Silk FourInHands for Men Outing Flannel Pajamas for Men Fine Tucked Soft Shirts for Men Tuxedo Shirts for Men Ostrich Feather Neck Piece In natural and black Imported Lace Collar and Cuff Set in white and ecru Chiffon Veils 1a yards long 1 yard wide Jn cunard blue champagne purple wisteria and black and whiteJGerman Silver Collapsable Drinking Cups in gen uine Alligator case hand sowed Scissor Case in colored leather SURETY COUPONS WITH ALL PURCHASES STEWART DBOOIS CD r fflIt1t mwEs MtCI a ca wTOmw a HI1I3 144i1 4 1 1 J IIi 1 1 111 1 oS 1 11 1 10 l J 1 1 1 I 11 I J 11 J 1 I JuS PnHfjiW M J IANNON P BANNON JR H M WOLTRIN6 Pfis t Mir Vise PfM tTriac Secretary P Bannon Sewer Pipe Co Salt PipeBatmensPipe for Steam Cendaits Wall CeplBrf Drain Tile Yitrified Street Pavlaff Brick Fire Freela Fine Pipe Five Linlag Fire trick Grate and Holler Tile Groaad Fire Clay Ckianey Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk BricK OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON TELEPHONE 673 WORKS 13th and Lexington eed MagMoila Ave Bet 9tk aid iOtli TELEPHONE fl8S8 at- y I Mt Stt Agnes Sanitarium NEWBURG ROAD A mot desirable place for rest fresh air and care for all sorts of nervous and mild mental trouble SISTERS OF CHARITY IN CHARGE Home Phone fiighland 27 P Viglini Co Office 138 outb Filth Firs and Tornado 1 Insurance LISSES PHHrTLY AIJNSTEI Home Pkoie City SMO Climb Phone Main 161 3 FRANK FEHR BREWING CO INCORPORATED 1 Brewers LOUISVILLE and Bottlersjl OUR SPECIAL BREWIs everyone SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED rlLOUISVILLE1 ICumb Phone West 191ornePhone 1913 THE WIEDEMANN INCORPORATED BREWING COMPANYS 4- Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent art QRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCQRPORATBD Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street fh- Are m Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use0rdl- a Case for Your Home A L TELEPHONES Home 7671767 Cumb Will 69 n1 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light JOHN B FRAIJB WALTERS H Clay Street Breweryi i l o8 510 and 512 CLAY STREET iTELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE Hid IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEERt SATISFIES THAT LONGING JOHN F OERTELiJGdINCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859 LOUISVILLE KY 8 IIA FOR DIFFERENTAND A LITTLE BET- TERFurniture S For Less Monty go to WM F MAYERI 413W1URKETST Special Notice to Altar Societies We have on hand n large and ex elusive line of Altar Alb and Surplice laces We have determined to place a Special discount on theee goods tills month If you are think ing of purchasing the above soon It will pay you to look over our stock at once Judging tram the past sales ot theselacefl tfekhow you will be more thanjaatlsfled with our nice display We alsocarfy a full line tit Materials and findings for making rind repairing vestments Write for SamplesROGERS CHUricj GOODS r CO 418 W JEEFERSON ST4 Oldest Kentucky Home pt tfitich tiooI FRED ERHART A ITC I NORTON BUILDING 1NW Corner Fourth and Jefferson HBOSSESONj rulJerAIQlte trs and Embalmers II- Jr a x vc J TIl01IiR1rtYL r a if s j 4 f G THE FflVORIM ry of Leolsrllles Particular Si ioksrawTARPY SPECIAL lOc Cig- arLITTLE A J iihcI I i and flavor Homemade Unionmade and the bestmade for the money For sate at alidispenfcersofl smokers T WTARPY CO- MAKKEB SEVENTH STj NEAR MARKET MONUMENTSS We havc just received five carrloads of Monuments ranging a price ffrom 7SiKJto200QOXn4 which we can give at a bargain t Before pUrchhslrigij3leasegive us a cat at aurwarerootnal318320 Vest areensti I New t Muldoon Monument Co CBTUOMPS01N E QR l i rrli6 ONLY ONE STORE RosebCids a SJDecTaltyi Floral Designs 153 lIUJIJ AM orders receive proni f M itJe iBBdsitlsfactloa guaranteedre A Delightful SinpKe LCTaiOPA f j coo GONDOtI f JAI 11lltnJf1j1U Clay ra rC c i t UOKV IRX8H X RIOAN i Hurrah For Toytown THE LARGEST- ASSORTMENT OF DOLLSTO FOUND EVERYTHING I TOYS BY w THETHOUSANDS After months preparation We announce ready with every thing new and novel in the world of Toys NEW DOLLS NEW r GAMES NEW BOOKS NEW MECHANICAL TOYSin fact everything please Make your selection while stocks are new HERMAN STRAUS tj SONS g rouRTn AYlNUaVCOiP0A7CO MARKET STREET 0 + Mens Womens Childrens Holiday it SLIPPERS i In Attractive Holiday Boxes Shopping made easy by use of our certificate Write or call for on- eCOMFY1 SLIPPERSALL OOLORS Mens 1 00 to 175 Ladles 100 to 150 Childrens 100 and 125 iI Mens and Womens Slippers SOc to 350 Boys Slippers SOc to 150 In felt and leather e BOSTON SHOE CO IIINCORPORATED Ky ittti it CUT PRICE SALE OF SUITS AND OVERCOATSDu- ring this cut price sale of Suits and Overcoats we can save you from 8 to 12 on your purchase The greatest values ever offered in the history of our business Cunning Lewis Brotzge N W COR THIRD AND JEFFERSON MeaS and Young Mens Exclunlvo Clothes Shop m tooq++ wwt 4 4N A CANDIED REQUEST I We respectfnlly request our patrons to leaves their orders for Christmas Candies as soon as I possible and avoid the rush of the last few days RUDOLPH BAUERi CANDY MAKERS S 230 Wet Market 219 West Jefferson wv sw4ew s swswwwHtktiw I IS Time For Stoves First Thought Cold weather is coming Second Thought We need a Stow Third Thought Geher SOB The best place jo buy a Stove or Range is where the assortment is large and the prices are reasonable Therefore It is to your own interept to call on the old and reliable firm of GEHBR T SON25 W Market St Bet Socond and Tbtrd- i 4 lN GAYETY One Week Conuntnclntr Sunday Matinee THE BIGGEST HIT Rebecca of Farm RAN A YEAR IN NEW YORK An untainted play appealing to the heart This play occupied the Republic Theater for twelve months and proved a decided metropolitan success FBICES Sunday Matinee lOc 26c L6i and SOc Tuesday Thursday and Satur day Matinees 1000 seats at 260 Nights lOc 25c 3Bc EOc and 76e IN TOYSTO EVERYBODY THEATER Sunnybrook ATIO3STA Fifth and Walnut LREAL VAUDEVILLE EDITH HELENA Rendering sweetsongs in pleasing man neroThe bright military comedy TACTICS The best sketch on the vaudvllle stag Also The Seven Parisian Violets 5 OTHER STAR ACTS S matinee All Seals 100 Night lOo and 2Ob SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O XX DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays President Thomas W Tarpy Vice PresidentDaniel McCarthY Recording Secretary Walter Ci IckFinancial SecretaryJoseph Var rollTreasurerThomas Keenan BergeantatArosHenrr McDe rottSentinelJohn Kean DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will lams Hall Thirteenth and Oak President C J Ford Vice PresldentJ J Sullivan Recording Secretary Daniel OKeefe Financial Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunningham Sentinel Thomas Hannon DIVISION 8 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentHugh Hourlgan Vice President John M Maloney Recording Secretary John P Price Financial SecretarYJohn J He lion Jr- TreasurerDan J Dougherty SergeantatAr nsJohnJ East- SentinelThomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Strbs- etPresidentJohn H Renneesy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial SecretaryThomas J anganRecording Secretary John J carryTreasurerPatrick Conley SergeantatArms Thomas Far- eD Sentinel M J McDermott Y Dd I AIAOION COUNCIL 20 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth Prseldent Frank O Adams First Vies PresldentOeo Ttiora- OB fleoond Vice Preatdent4oa J yen I Financial Secretary A O IJak Recording SecretaryJpka R larry Corresponding S retryHarrYI XlbtazTrsaeurer 8 bwitlRa HubBmek KarllalJredhka1er Inaidc mating JAWTMW Rapp Outdde tieitlaelTriak M Owt Ig R 0011 IJ t U 1I J- fI o OeNf+ ONONAM N0 ioN NNNoN eN NN6 pftrA O- 1QNON UUmuNNilN1 N1NN1Nt+ NON NNNNeNN 0NON04N- N00 VvvWww06 ti- Iiit We Have Mailed Our Checks II Uti fr i 15000000 ii- iiii Iia ori w i d To the Members of OUT 1913 Ii 1111Iiiil1 fr 1111 I Iioe2 22s SAVINGS CLUB s 2 i i iClubf For Next Year Now Forming Ii iZ II ilil1 CLASG s You pay 1a week for fifty weeks total 5000 CLASS D pay 2 a for weeks total 10000 S i r l s t 22r i i 1 No Membership Fee To Pay Ii 20 y yl Xou f may join anyone or all four of the classes in your own name or anybody elsesii i 2 e make the payments every Week or pay as many weeks in advance as you choose may join BY MAIL if you like Just send in your payments stating class you 22 ilYou to enter and Membership Card will be promptly sent to you ti- ii During the weekending December 12 1914 the Bank mailed its checks to each Y 2s member for the amount paid in with interest added at the rate of 3 per cent per ii 22 annum based on the weekly payments as required ii Limitedii 2 IKentucky Title Savings Bank Trust Co I H M B Fifth and Court Place LouisvilleIiNNN1 NO 0 NN N NN O iN N ON fN0 NNZNNN ONONN 0 e oh 11 NNN N NNN NNNNNNNN MJ CUSICKTAILOR Located in Stark Building Room 211 Second Floor Suits from 30 up Your patronage solicited KODflK SUPPLIES Every Requisite For Amateur and Professional Photographers Photographic Developing and Printing- S UYfNIR POST GARBS PICTURE FRAMING T t Mest 321 leffeefa LoulnJl THY A GALLON OF OUR FAMOUS FAMILY CREAMVanillas Strawberry Chocolate Orange Pineapple and Other Flavors EVERYTHING SANITARY 100 PER GALLON HOME PHONE SHAWNEE 2198 THE lOUISVllLE DAINTY COMPANY x EIGHTEENTH AND BROADWAY I III You week fifty n if ii if I For Your Furniture Wants 1I WANT YOUR TRADED My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENE I 425 427 and 429 East Market Street TO13ALccDOLANS PURE LEAF Is not manufactured No flavoring Just good old natural leaf Twenty cents per pound in small quantities Phone City 2209 DOLAN CO 1135 West Market St Ragtime PIANO PLAYING Poutivdr Uufkt U 10 to 20 teMoei Write for tocUet JPbMESt THOMPSON 2822 WMafcI 5Mw 2174- t I A