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Kentucky Irish American: December 4, 1915 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1915 kec1915120401_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: December 4, 1915 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Kentucky Irish American VOLUME XXXV. NO. 23. church, It is tho very highest possible form of homage. Ht Is tho only LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1915. PRICE FIVE CENTS. old, Is one of tho most widely known an J citizens o Louisnerfect oblation that can bo offered ville and has beon a prominent figure o God. To consummate it, to .will in Catholic circles. It, to conceive It required the infinite wisdom, tho boundless love FATHER FAGAN COMING. and the immense power of the RECENT DEATHS. Advise Publicity to Put Curb on Will Gather in Great Numbers Almighty Himself. What an ines- "What Prominent Railroad Men The Rov. Thomas Fagan, tho noted Tho Greatest and Safest Guartimable privilege to he allowed to The funeral of Mrs. Mary McGinn, Say Regarding: Slanderous the Growing Evil of Redomptorlst at Frankfort Next missionary and antee Against AH Interworparticipate in this miraculous of 1214 West Market street, was preacher, will arrlvo In Louisville Publications. Tuesday. Divorce. ship! To assist at the divine sacriheld Tuesday afternoon from St. national Conflict. today for tho purpose of conducting fice of the mass! The Host of the Patrick's church. Mrs. McGinn was a week's mission at St. Augustine's altar is tho victim of the cross, tho sixty years old, and had been well church, Thirteenth and Broadway. tragedy of tho first Good Friday is until stricken with pneumonia last Father Fagan has daily in our churches. Some Concerns Surprised to week. She is survived by a daugh Would Prohibit Granting Li- successful missions held a number of Must Enter Into the Very Louisville and Fifth District hero and will be Life The sacrifice of Calvary was ofcenses Until Notice lias Hear of Prevalence of Amazter, jurs. oojmm jiuur. Should Receive Warm Greetassisted by tho Rov. Father Francis of Nations Says European only once for the redemption fered pastor. Tho mission will Felten, tho ing Nuisance. Been Given. ings From Officials. of tho human race; tho sacrifice of Miss Margaret McCrory, a faithful Publicists. open with high mass at 9:30 o'clock tho mass was instituted to make member of tho Cathedral parish, tomorrow morning and close the folmore readily available for individual went to eternity Monday evening, lowing Sunday night. During the men the inexhaustible treasury of a of Nearly All Companies Promise after wasweek's illness Mrs. pneumonia. Advocate the Law of the Cath- week the services will consist of World Ilamlctt's Defeat Another Bitter merits, established by the passion Mca slstor of Sho Mary Must Make Religion masses and Instructions at 5 and 8 and death of Our Saviour, and He to Have Their Circulation Carthy and. Miss Kathorlno Mcolic Church in This Dose For Percy llaly to o'clock In the morning and sermon Basis For Its Future Life offers Himself daly for the purpose Crory and a of John and benediction every evening at 8 Stopped. Matter. Swallow. of dispensing these ifreely and in Colgan. and Activities. Her funeral was held o'clock. Father Felten expects this us, dear reader, abundance. Let Wednesday morning, attended by to bo the greatest mission ever held generosity of avail ourselves of the many mourning friends and relatives. at St. Augustine's and Invites tho our Divine .Lord. ILct us hearken to Holy ALL BUT THREE ROADS ANSWER SECRET MARRIAGES DISASTROUS public to come and hear tho eloquent PROPOSALS TO NAME PROSECUTOR tho recommendation of the STANLEY Friends and relatives were deeply Redemptorist. AIMING FOR PEACE Father, and assist imore frequently grieved when they learned of tho daily, if possible at tho holy sacrisudden and unexpected death of KNIGHTS CLOSE SESSIONS. fice of the mass. Conroy, David aged forty-eigCom'plalnt reached the American years. Ho was unmarried and leaves Last week at Topeka a new fight will lead to Frankfort All roads The storm and stress of the great The Commission CHANCE TO INCREASE. Federation of Catholic Societies that ono sister, Mrs. amuel Green, 214 on secret weddings because they Prejudices, which was on Religious European next Tuesday becauso of the Inwar has produced an inrailroad employes and tenders of South Twenty-sixt-h often enter into indirect causes for Knights of Columbus created by the fustreet. His to promote a creasing attention upon A. O. Stanauguration of The County Board, A. O. II., in railroad crossings, while on duty, neral was held Tuesday from St. divorce, was started by the Kansas better understanding and more sym- men in public life as to tho part of ley, and Judging from the present regular session last Monday even- were circulating papers and publica- Michael's church. Rev. Father Martin Probate Judges. An effort Is to bo the means arrangements and plans Louisville ing at Bertrand Hall adopted reso- tions which slander tho priests and O'Connor conducting tho solemn made to prohibit tho granting of pathetic relationship between men of which can be used to prevent the redifferent races and beliefs, on Tues- currence in tho lutions opening the charter for six sisterhoods of tho Catholic church, obsequies. and the Fifth district will make a marriage licenses In secret or tho day closed its sessions at Chicago. future of such a performance of tho wedding cere- Reports and suggestions were re- wastage of human life and activity. banner showing and one that will months, beginning December 1, low- and that bundles of these papers ering tho initiation fee, and through wero thrown off near Catholic colProposals aiming to secure permagladden tho heart of the Governor A devout Catholic woman passed mony until after public notice has ceived from J. and his fortunate associates chosen this method It Is hoped to double leges and institutions. away Monday evening when Mrs. been given of the approaching mar- T. J. Mulvlhtll, E. Mulroy, Buffalo; nent peace aro made on all sides. In peCincinnati; Joseph somo quarters international in tho recent election. Incidentally the present membership In that That this practice might be dis- Catherine Sprlngman Walz, mother riage. Somo of the Probate Judges J. disarma nnd others. ment is suggested as it is expected that Louisville and riod. Charles J. Flnegan, Treas continued, the National Secretary of of Georgo Sprlngman, succumbed to who havo been studying the divorce TheDeveney, Cloveland, H. tho remedv: Chairman, Col. IP. Callahan, others an increase on tho part in county is sure to receive an urer of Division 1, urged that tho the federation sent letters to the old ago at her home, Shelby and problem in their own counties for a Jefforson of exceptionally warm welcome from the County Board delegates go back to head ofllclnls of various railroad Gray streets. Mrs. Walz was born considerable time assert that they announced that the next meeting certain nations or tho armies and would bo in Washington, D. C, navies which thoy now their divisions and In company with companies, asking them that if they In Germany eighty-tw- o newly elected officials when it la years ago, havo found as high as 40 per cent, of havo Is put 10 and taken into consideration that on No tho Initiation fee announcement re are not in sympathy with this but had long been a resident of this the divorces were caused directly or January that much 11, 1916, and re- forth as the solution. had been accomevery member resolve method of insulting their Catholic city and a faithful member of St. Indirectly through a secret wedding ported But a vember 2 this district stood like tho quest that plished In var!6us places to promote Roosevelt, short tlmo ago Theodoro Rock of Gibraltar against the rush that too will at least bring one patrons, they should attend to It Martin's church, from whero her ceremony. In writing to Stephen tho objects ot the commission. Plchon, former French Minister of of Republican votes that was sweep- member In the order and that ho that this practice, If It exists on funeral was held Wednesday mornTho Probate Judges, at their anForeign Affairs, declared that a ing over the Stato and tho banner would set tho example by bringing their road, be discontinued. nual session in Winfleld, gave coning. DEATH A SHOCK. majority received here, amounting to In one or moro to his division. "new diplomacy was needed as a reThe following roads were appealed siderable time to the discussion of County President W. J. Connelly to and excerpts of their answers between .4,000 and 5,000 for the difsult of this tcrrlblo and that Patrick Harty, one of our oldest tho secret wedding and a resolution Tho untimely death of Paul F. this "diplomacy mustwar" based on was a given as follows: ferent Stajto Democratic candidates, also cited tho fact that thero be and most esteemed residents, died was adopted urging that It bo Sampson on Tuesday morning rea donow system of international governreally saved the day for the party. prize of a handsomo silk flag McSanta Fe Not In sympathy with Thursday morning at tho family stopped and proposing that every moves a young man held in high es- mental action, which In Its terms residence, 915 South Hancock Judge get behind tho movement for This much is conceded by all, and Re- nated by National President such distribution. social and publican leaders say that If they had Laughlin for the division Bhowlng Grand Trunk Does not permit street. He Is survived by his wi.'e, a law that would prohibit tho grant- teem inscrupulous business circles, must bo built on greater solidarity and honest deal- of International opinion, at least as Mrs. Tena Harty j a son, John ing of a marriage license until after whose made tho same headway in Louisville the largest Increase In membership such distribution. Mrs. thero had been a public notice given. ings gave promise of a bright future. far as certain kinds of national and New York, New Haven & Hart- Harty, and four daughters, nnd tho Fifth district that they had this presnt year, and ho hoped that Mrs. last week ho was International made in other parts of the Stato all Hwuld become active, and as a ford Does not permit such distribu- Mayme Vonoyo, Egbert Frank Akers, And the Probate Judges would head On Friday oferysipelas misdeods are Mrs. Elizabeth and Miss off tho long engagements, too, If stricken with and died at Morrow and his entire ticket would suggestion contest teams might be tion. Here was tho Idea of InEmily Harty. The funeral took they could, because they have the homo of his father-in-laT. J. ternational havo been elected. Somo have con- formed to Increase this membership. Southern Pacific Tho practice place from relations builded on Paul's Alta does not exist on our road. Kindly morning at St. o'clock. church this learned from experience that theso Cunning, 2101 twenty-fou- avenue. Mr. moral principles In Itself a very tended that it was becauso of the 9 Sampson was r years of excellent Idea. Tho question necesQUEEN'S DAUGHTERS. judicial nominees on the local ticket, refer to us any specific cases which often lead to serious trouble that age, and only threo months ago sarily arises, however, as to how come to your notice. but this is disputed by others, who Bernard J. Wlllenborg, son of finally ends In tho divorce courts. Cunning, to week the Queen's Daughters Next Colorado & Southern If we find Mrs. Agnes Wlllenborg, G1C Nortn contend that tho splendid work of Victor Murdock, head of tho Bull married Miss Louise heartfelt sym- theso moral principles aro to bo produced an? from whence they flow. Mooso organization In Kansas and whom is extended the tho Democratic ward and precinct will be busy with tho "Christmas that such condition exists wo Will Twenty-sixt- h street, was called to pathy of friends throughout the city. Two gwt European publicists organizations was tho real factor, Shoppe" for the benefit of tho Sis- take steps to stop It. his eternal reward Monday after- formerly the party floor leader in Pennsylvania have recently' spoken on this subYour complaint noon, following an Illness con- Congress, is helping in tho reform. and only recently tho Cincinnati En- ters of the Good Shepherd. Tho DEDICATION. ject, one of tbein. a Catholic and tho quirer correspondent stated that it "shoppe" will open next Saturday in will bo given prompt attention; as tracted In Chicago three months ago. "One of tho most decent and saluwas hats off to Col. Jim Whallen nnd tho hall of tho Knights of Columbus we do not permit such distribution. He was twenty-fiv- e other a Protestaut, both arriving at years of ago and tary customs in the world before the Tomorrow morning at St. Mat- conclusions singularly alike. On this Baltimore & Ohio Not In sym bad many friends who mourn his divorce evil became widespread was Col. Frank McGrath for that work. on Fourth street, and will continue o account and becauso Anyway the future course of the both day and night. For several pathy with such distribution of tho disand untimely death. Besides his mother the publishing of banns," he said in thews the Right Rov. Bishop will bless and dedicate the tinguished character a recent speech. "The man who Is ct tho nro- will show weoks the Queen's Daughters have would not tolerate any act of their he leaves one brother, State administration-elec- t Thomas if gratitude is a nonenlty in politics. been preparing for this event, and employes inimical to the interest of Wlllenborg. The funeral was held marrying should be eager to let tho handsome new Holy Trinity church, pononts, theso Btatementsroworthy of which The delegation from hero will com- all their friends know thero are to be any church or society. Wednesday morning St. world know of his good fortune. It Bohlsen istho Rev. Father John or quotation. from pastor. Father Bohlsen Tho Catholic, Prof. Lammasch, of Is an occasion for open gladness. prise about 1,500, with County Attor- pleasant doings. Thero will be nu Central of New Jersey Not tol- Cecilia's church. ney A. Scot Bullitt as Chief Marshal merous booths and delicious re- erated and against positive InstrucThero ought to be nothing secretive will be the celebrant of tho mass, Vienna, a member of tho Internaand tho Very Rov. James P. Cronin tional Court of Arbitration at tho freshments, and the ladles solicit tho tions on our lines. and Charles L. Barker, Alderman Tho funeral of Mrs. Laura Ellen and furtive In announcing It. If will preach the sermon. Thero will Hague, says: "Evidently war will Philadelphia & Reading Investiyour young friend who Is about to Joseph Overberg, F. Hunter Burke, liberal patronage of their friends. following will havo charge of gations made dlsclbso that tho em- Holland, beloved wife of James W. take to himself a wife hasn't senso qe solemn vespers at 7:30 in the not disappear from tho globo through Judge Harry Robinson and Jacob Tho Holland, 3214 West Market street, I ho evening and a sermon by Father the efforts of societies and tho different tables: Mrs. P. H. ployes of this company aro not dis- which Hartstern as his assistants. Tho foltook place from St. Columba's enough to seo that himself, take him Thome, of St. Vincent de Paul's. speeches of pacifists. To successfully lowing Democratic clubs will bo In Callahan, Good Shepherd; Miss tributing literature. church Wednesday morning, brought asldo and pound it into his head. John Loulsvillo & Nashville We would together a largo congregation of sor- The woman attain this end it is necessary that line: Tho First Ward Democratic Phoebo Harris, sowing; Mrs. Law-le- r, whose sweetheart ELECTED BISHOP DOWLING. not knowingly permit such distribu- rowing frtends who had known the doesn't want a public announcement tho ideas of Christianity govern our Club, the Shelby Democratic Club, Gorman, dolls; Mrs. William t, housekeepers; Mrs. J. B. whole lifo and above all our political tions. We shall investigate and havo deceased In life and admired her for of their engagement will profit by the Gibraltar Democratic Club, tho grab-baMrs. J. L. Howard, the practice, if it exists, The National Historical Society, lifo. disconIf 'the dreadful hatred and True Blue Democratic Club, the All pin her many womanly virtues. Rev. showing him tho door." Rolling tinued. cushion; Misses Adella Wool and a Yard Wide Democratic "Tho chief need for a happy wed- with headquarters In New York, has terrible sacrifico ob blood' are to bo Father Kalaher, pastor of the Mobile & Ohio We aro not in church, was celebrant of tho re- ded lifo Is that the man and woman elected Right Rev. Austin driven from tho world forver, at Club, tho Social Democratic Club, r.nd Mary Doherty, candy; Miss Marsympathy with the distribution of quiem mass and delivered a feeling understand each other thoroughly," D. D of Des Moines, ono of the least from tho Christian world of tho the Southern Democratic Club, tho garet Malone, cake. publications insulting tho Roman eulogy over tho body and expressed said the "Probate Judges In demand- founders. The organization has for West, then above all elso must that South Louisville Democratic Club, TRINITY COUNCIL. purpose the discovering, procur- hatred bo expelled from tho hearts Catholic faith. the Central Democratic Club, tho sympathy for tho bereaved husband ing a law to stop secret marriages. Its Denver & Rio Grande The mat- and relatives. Besides tho husband "This understanding can not bo ob- ing, preserving and perpetuating of men with which every nation Bluegrass Democratic Club, tho The opening oxerclses and In- ter will bo Investigated and those two to history, the his- looks upon progress tho in Eleventh Ward Democratic Club, spection of Trinity sons and a daughter survive her. tained through secrecy. Thero Is a whatever relates Balutary influence In the friends of tory of tho Western Hemisphere, the wealth and power of tho other. But the California Democratic Club, the $15,000 gymnasium Council's new guilty will be severely disciplined. history Baxter and Delaware & Hudson Claims that Twelfth Ward Democratic Club, the Morton avenue wereatheld Monday the man and woman knowing of the America of tho United States o. this only will bo possible If we really GAINING STRENGTH. and their possessions. cease to acknowledge power and such conditions does not oxlst on engagement. Thoy will tell and disWest End Democratic Club, the Jef- night, when tho club houso was their lines. wealth as the sole measuro of tho ferson County Democratic Club, the thronged The second meeting preliminary to cuss ite foibles and characteristics SURPRISE FRIENDS. with members and their progress of mankind, If wo do away Cloveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & of each, and this will lead to a betSouth Park Democratic Club, tho friends. For tho occasion there was St. Louis Such distribution Is con- tho organization in Louisville of a ter understanding of each other's with tho heathen Moso Green Club and the Kentucky Deputy County Clerk James A. stands above the idea that the Stato an interesting programme and an trary to our distinct Instructions ladles' branch of tho Catholic dispositions, likes and dislikes. So laws Colonels. There will be three trains, Knights of America was held Sunday Kevin and Miss Elizabeth Bauer that things aro becomingof morality, a states tho regular at 7:45 and two spe- eloquent and forceful address by and will not be tolerated. afternoon In St. John's Hall, Clay cret weddings are usually surprised their friends when they man as such which Lake Shore & Michigan Southern and Walnut, and from tho Interest would dishonor affairs which seldom re- announced that they had secured a cial trains at 8:05 and 8.25 o'clock. County Judge Samuel W. Greene. No answer. Stops will bo made at Fourth street The new gymnasium, which was shown and the number present It sult other than disastrously, and license and were quietly married at him as a man." built In tho rear of the main buildSt. Louis & Southwestern We was manifest that the movement Is these ought to be stopped. There Is St. Louis Bertrand's church. Tho The F. W. Foerster, and Baxter avenue. ing as an addition, is complete in employ members of all creeds Now that it Is protty well of Mrs. S. the celebrated professor at Munich, Ben little subsantlal lovo at first sight." bride Is tho daughter President every detail and Is said to bo one would not permit distribution and gaining strength. This Is another evidence that tho Bauer and the groom a son of Mr. tells us: "Wo shall only make real of Kruse, Gen. Michael Relchert, Euthat Prof. Barksdalo Hamlett Athletic such literature. has lost In his race for Secretary of tho best In the city. gene McCarthy and other prominent law of the Catholic church Is the and Mrs. Joseph Nevln. Both are progress in tho social spirit If tho Missouri, Kansas & Texas Will Knights and the ladles of tho com- Teal safeguard against divorce, and popular and have tho best wlshe3 social Idea has also penetrated Into of Stato to his Republican opponent, classes of all kinds will be organan interesting pleco of political gos- ized Immediately and are expected to bo pleased to receive specific advlco mittee felt much encouraged over It Is gratifying that tho Judges ot of a legion of friends for a long International relations, If Internaof such activity on this road. tional conflicts are no longer treated sip is going tho rounds anent that bo well attended. what has been accomplished. Six the courts aro now realizing tho wis- and happy married life. in an egocentric but In a social way. St. Louis & San Francisco Such additional applications wero pre- dom of Its teaching upon this vitally race. Hamlett was. considered by OLD RESIDENT DEAD. MAC1CIN COUNCIL. And also for religion tho great hour many as the distribution Is not permitted. Important Bubject. candisented, after which tho meeting will strike only when Illinois Central We know of heathenism date In tho primary and others conuntil Friday night, when a Members of Mackln Council made disappears from politics, when tho Mrs. Mary Burke, well known In only one caso on the I. C. whero such ADVENT. tended that Gabe Likens received tho Falls Cities, died Thursday date for the first Initiation may be a splendid showing Sunday morning bankruptcy of the whole theory of papers wero circulated and same set. that support, some saying that Foxy when they Sunday ushered in Advent and the In a body received holy communion material power is clearly seen and Percy played Hamlett in certain sec- afternoon at tho homo of Martin was Immediately stopped. at St. Anthony's church. Conroy, a cousin in Jeffersonvllle, season. In tho afternon tho degrees were when tho nations learn to underRock Island No omploye of this approach of tho Christmas tions and espoused the Likens cause whero ILVPPILY AVEDDED. Mrs. company is authorized to distribute she made her homo. In others. No matter in what light stand that tho light of lifo Is not Advent means "coming," tho time ot conferred on a class of thirty-fou- r given to elucidate tho you look at it, Haly received the Burko was tho widow of tho late literature of an nature. for Christmas, tho comThanksgiving morning at Holy preparation promised Redeemer. Tho candidates, Thomas D. Cllnes and only also to Illumine tho weok-da- Sunday John Burke, a former resident of New York Central Lines I to a Cross church one of Springfield's ing of the hot end. If Likens was his can- Louisville, team doing new and excellent work. but having a thorough investigation mado had conducted didate In tho primary ho received grocery at and most prominent young mon, Robert four Sundays represent the four Tomorrow night tho election of connect all things temporal with the Tenth and Chestnut now beg to advise that after a careyears of the Old Testament, officers will be held and a record eternal and to strengthen our a Jolly, and If Hamlett was his f. Rlnoy, took unto himself a bride thousand political life by everlasting truth." special favorite on tho State ticket streets many years ago. She was ful canvass on all our divisions, I In the person of Miss Catherine tho time when events and great breaking attendance is expected. or prophesied Thus from two different quarters, he received a worso one. Taking tho stop grandmother of Dr. Michael find that no distribution of such Scannel, charming and popular characters and from men who havo won distinction WILLIAM BARRY BOOSTED. all into consideration, It has been a Casper The Dr. J. A. Casper, of this papers Is being made by our em- daughter the Mr. and Mrs. B. J. the coming of tho Saviour; when the of funeral took plafo from ployes. in their fields of endeavor, comes coming of tho promised Ono was tho bad political year for tho astute city. Scannell, St. Chicago & Eastern Illinois Your ceremony 4308 West Broadway. The prayer and longing of tho chosen Friends in Louisville have learned this solemn testimony to the fact leader and politician, as he was and Augustine's church this morning was performed by Father people the Interment was in Portland complaint will bo Investigated at of God. In instituting this of tho promotion of Willam J. Barry, that religion Is necessary for the claimed to bo, and observing Dem- cemetery, where her husband Is once, and remedied promptly should Brey, who celebrated the nuptial season with its special devotions tho formerly employed at tho general peace of nations, religion that 13 not ocrats noxt Tuesday looking about high mass, which was followed by a such conditions exist. tho homo and sanctuary for Percy won't find him In tho buried. breakfast at the home of tho bride's church Iswishes to Impress on us that freight ofllco of tho Louisville & confined to reaches out Into pnbllc Texas & Pacific No answer. the Saviour of the world, Nashville railroad here, to be rate but which front Tanks throwing his hat in the parents. Tho maid .of honor was Jesus BENEDICT SELECTS BISHOPS. Chicago & Northwestern and decidedly ThlB Miss Margaret Scannell, sister of tho that his kingdom Is tho only hope, man In tho general agent's ofllco of life and definitely air when Stanley Is sworn In. company does not authorize peace and tho Missouri Pacific Railway Com- affects public morality. In this way disNow that Gov. McCreary refused the only bride, and tho best man was Joseph happiness power for our Announcement has been made by tribution of literature for or tho to appoint a successor to Police against Rlney, brother of the groom. The for time and eternity. The pany at Kansas City. The promotion alone can the fundamental condisetions mako Court Prosecutor Harry Robinson, tho Papal Legation at Washington any society. first ushers wero Messrs. William and Year'sSunday of Advent Is tho New carries with it a handsome Increase cured. which world for peace bo rePope Benedict will appoint tho must turn to Union Pacific Will not tolerate Leo The in the event of tho latter's resig- that Scannell. The groom is well day thoday of tho church, for on hat In salary. Rov. ligion onco moro and mako this tho ecclesiastical year began. nation It leaves tho selection to RightBishop Georgo William Munde-tel- such distribution. manyfrlends will not Burlington basis for Us lifo and activities. It CENTRAL COMMITTEE. Route This samo known and his Gov. Stanley, and as Nathan Kahn of Chicago, of Brooklyn, Archbishop wishing him and his to succeed tho ldto Arch- matter was brought to our attention bo slow In has too long followed a dlfforent and DAVE FAnEY nURT. and Hunter Burke are the two bishop Qulgley. It was also an- about a year ago and instructions lovely brldo long life, continued Next Friday night tho Central destructlvo course, which has almost choices he may select one of the Rev. Ferdinand were Issued which I thought would prosperity and a happy future. C. B. ot C. V. David Fahey, of 729 West Oak Committee, C. K. of A., will meet at led It to ruin. theso immediately, but on the other nounced that Covington, will apBrossart, of be street, one of the oldest and best St. John's Hall, Clay and Walnut, eliminate any further complaint I hand it como3 from good authority pointed Bishop ROUSING MEETING. Covington, nnd have again taken up tho matter and of ANNUAL RETREAT. he may select a compromise candl-dat- o known residents ot Limerick, was and closo Its year's work. Tho Doherty, now in the truck has had a successful year suitable to both original and that BishopJaro, Philippine Islands, will sqo if the practice can not be Auxiliary, run down by a motorGreen, on SaturTho Hibernian Ladles diocese of receiving under tho administration of Presistopped. The annual retreat for tho Blessed later on Stanley men. now over 200 members, day at Seventh and would be transferred to the dlocesa Injuries that were feared would dent Kruse, and this will be cele- Virgin Sodality of St. Louis BerWestern Maryland Our General whicha has splendid meeting Wednesof Buffalo. The consistory is to bo Manager has given this matter a had DECEMBER INTENTION. Mrs. Dan prove fatal. Tho truck was going brated with a social session after the trand's church will open Sunday called soon, probably before Christ- thorough Investigation and all of day night and Dougherty and the other officers, north on the wrong sldo of tho street. annual election of officers takes night at 7:30 o'clock and will close mas. Theso appointments will be our ofllcors stato (His Holiness Pope (Benedict XV. victim was place. All delegates aro requested on tho feast of tho Immaculate Conliterathat no the extremely pleasing, especially that ture has been distributed such trains. Miss Maggie Hourlgan, who has When from unfortunate machlno ho to be present. ception, Decomber 8. The retreat on under tho has recommended to the Apostleship of Monslgnor been tho efficient Socretary, declined taken Brossart, who Is a Thero has boen moro or less writing to servo another year and was was removed to the hospital, and will bo conducted by Rov. Edmund of Prayer attendance at mass at the A. Baxter. O. P. Mondav nnd Tueo. by unknown persons on bridges, succeeded by Mrs. Margaret Moyor. hopes are now entertained for his general Intention for the month of native of tho Covington diocese. WHAT NEXT? day nights aro exclusively for wpmen cars, etc., advising people to "read vecovory. December. The recommendation of nEALTH FAILING. FEDERATION. tho Menace." the Holy 'Father will undoubtedly Tho French extreme has been wnen an tno iauies ot the pansh, are DANGER PASSED. stimulato a more frequent assistreached. Louiso James notes that Invited to attend. Maurice Coll, one of Jefferson-vllle'- s ance at divine sacrifice, as the exCONFERS WITn PONTIFF. Tho Catholic Federation will hold women bow are going tho limit Thoy oldest and most reDreseuta-tlv- o Its last meeting of the year noxt BILL SHOULD PASS. hortation of Pius X. on frequent Edmund Rapp, assistant cashier havo reached the point whore thoy citizens, Is Bcriously 111 at his Pope Benedict on Saturday re- Thursday night In the Knights of of tho German Insurance Bank, who Just can't take off another stitch, communion resulted in vast numbers home, suffering from the Infirmities Congressman-elec- t of the faithful forming tho salutary of his advanced years. Mr. Coll Is ceived Cardinal Felix von Hartmann, Columbus Hall, and all delegates are has been seriously ill at his home on unless perhaps their hosiery be .Siegel, of N.ew and edifying hahlt of receiving the a native of Ireland, but has resided Archbishop of Cologne, In private urgently requested to be present. East Broadway, was reported much as fashion prodicts, this York, will advocate the pasgg of a Blessed Eucharist weekly and, in In Jeffersonvllle since 1869, and audience, The conversation between Business of much Importance will Improved and out of danger Thurs- coming year. Skirt aro going. Waists Mil In Congress that will prohibit thousands upon thousands of eases, served with distinction in the City the' Pontiff and the Cardinal was come before the jbody, which will day afternoon. His son, Dr. Henry are going. Sleeves are completely the use of the mails to any publicaeven .daily. ThenMUW is not, only Council. Last Saturday was his strictly private, and no disclosure as i1bo nominate officers for the new L. Rapp, has been attending him. gone. What next? (Indeed what tion making it a practice to defame nny creed, race or religion. d to Its nature was allowed. The im- - year. birthday. the principal aot of worship in the years I next? Mr. Rapp, who Is seventy-fiv- e Gorman-AmericHart-man1 DEMOCRATS WILL END EVIL portnnco of the conferenco was indicated by tho fact that it lasted an n hour and that Cardinal von expressed satisfaction as ho was leaving tho Papal apartment. JURISTS RELIGION I I sister-in-la- w ht Gov.-ele- ct , S con-corne- d." w, -- O'Don-aghu- anti-Cathol- ic Arbe-fms- g; Do-wlln- non-Cathol- con-cod- ed Haly-Beckha- m ad-jour- antl-Cathol- lc y, pre-flgur- ed n, fore-mo- st com-taltt- eo ed vlis-carde- d, eighty-secon- JEOTDXJOKrsr KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. 'lircted to the 5oclal asd Moral IdyMCtmemtat ot Irlik AaerlctM tad Caflrelka Officially Indorwd by Ancient Order of Hibernians, Young Men's Institute and CathoHc Knights of America. IRISH AJMCKBtIOJ- - 1 SOCIETY. friends 1 in The Greater Toy Store HUNDREDS OF NEW THING?. BRING THE CHILDREN. Give a Columbia Grafanola Louis Phclan visited Hawesvllle last week. Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. O'Brien Incorporated, Publlrtw KENTUCKY IRI8H AMERICAN PRINTING CO., have been visiting In Washington, SINOCB COPv" stopping at tho Willard. JBBSCRIPT10N PRICE, ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR GIVE IT TO THE WHOLE FAMILY. A gift to tho family, such as we here suggest, will prove an ;, tki UliyM PmIoMo 8ynd-CUCeimMUstlosi o tta KBiaUCty 1MSH AiteKICAW. BnUrtd at u ntUf . aO-2- 1 Wtit Qreea St. Mrs. Ernest Egan has returned from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bader at Charlcstown, Ind. Mrs. W. O. Blandford, of Crescent Hill, has had as her guest Miss Mamie Phillips, of Lebanon. fTR APES (flggg) COUNCIL LOUISVIDLE, KY IIUNG JUltY. SATURDAY, it. (Rosella iMcKeirnan iMiss left DECEMBER 4, 1915. Saturday ifor Evansville, where she Is visiting Mrs. Charles George. The trial of Thomas E. Watson for sending obsceno nlatter through the malls resulted In a hung jury, the feature of the case being the tribute paid to the nuns by Watson's chief counsel, this being galling to the defendant, who squirmed In his chair when his attorney further said that there were many splendid Catholics and that they made good citizens. The jury was composed of twelve Protestants. NO PLACE IIEHE. generally tho person who does not think or read very much. Their study of tho question they revile is a skimming and believing of some vile, illiterate stuff that they could easily disprove if they cared to make tho effort. Their very indifference to proving their statement is a further proof of the genuineness of our faith. For from the beginning where the church has flourished there also flourished its persecutors. Cardinal Gibbons has declined an invitation from Henry Ford to become a member of his proposed Peace Commission to Europe. Tho Cardinal devoutly echoed Mr. Ford's hopes for a successful culmination of tho project by Christmas, but was adverso to giving it his formal approval. He said he felt there were too many formidable difficulties in the way to hope for its suc cessful culmination. Mrs. iE. 'Hurley, of .Clifton, has been spending the Aveok with Mr. and Mrs. J. Hurley in Cincinnati. Mr. and Albert M. Herrmann are visiting relatives in Pittsburgh and will be away until the holidays. Mrs. T. Sullivan has been ill this past week, but her physician predicts an Improvement from now on. Mrs. Thomas McGoff and daughter, Miss Margaret McGoff, have returned from a pleasant visit to Chicago. was last Miss Mamie Donnelly week n visitor at Springfield, where sho attended the wedding. Mudd-Donnelly There are so many new things, so many funny things, so ever increasing source of entertainment and pleasure throughout many pretty things, so many extraordinary things it is difficult the years to come. A Columbia Grafonola is an to choose something to desoribe or feature. So wc will just say THE YEAR AROUND BASEMENT TOY STORE IS SPREAD-1N- easy present to buy. It is an OUT. Every little boy and girl should see the toys and easy present to give, for there is scarcely anything else that dolls and games. Of course, the Christmas displays arc not quite could bo introduced in the complete, but there is a thorough representation of the following: homo with greater satisfaction to everybody. G Meccano Guns Erectors Games Blocks Typewriters Automobiles Sleds Desks Pet Groceries Butcher Shops Kitchens Windmills Cannons You need not be concerned about tho cost, for our easy and convenient Club Plan will overcome every financial objection. Chairs Velocipedes Disgruntled and repudiated for their attempt to conduct an campaign In the official organ of the Masonic order here, the former editors have started a weekly along tho lines of their own choosing. Inconsistently they announce that the publication will not campaign conduct an nnd In the next paragraph say they are opposed to the Jesuits, whonyf Shelbyvlllo has been "dry" for they clRlm are stifling all fraternal six months, and what was feared orders and liberty In tho land. Other has como to pass. Drunkenness features are an eulogy of Carranza, has become common there, whisky bandit and persecutor being obtainable from bootleggers the of nuns, and a fulsomo notlco ot and blind tigers. Conditions are Davo Rose, always prominent In bad, the Record says, and they are Guardians of Liberty circles and getting worse every day. who was removed recently from tho "Keep right with God" and you management of the official Masonic Journal. There Is no field here for shall have littlo trouble with men. a publication founded on prejudice POLICE CHANGES. and wo predict a short career for thi3 one. j Two of tho local daily papers stated this week that they had BEGIN TO THINK. "exclusively" announced the proposed changes in the Louisville po- With the coming of Christmas In theso days of war the melancholy contrast between the things that are and tho things that ought to be J vV ' 'l'r - S. becomes more marked as we conif'' template with srd and heavy hearts world,' a veritable shambles half the and tho oOfer half disturbed per- (fps as it was never disturbed bo-fore. And yet close ohservers tell us that this year there Is a notlce-abl- o diminution on all sides of that bitter and relentless spirit ot hate that so characterized the beginning of tho war. All parties are showing signs that they are beginning to think. That "the enemy" has some good qualities is now being admitted. This augers well for the return of peace. Wo can all indorse tho sentiment of tho Turkish captain who said: "God bless all bravo soldiers, and his curso upon tho politicians." antl-Catho- llc antl-Cathoi- lc cut-thro- at i Swords Model Builder Tricycles Pianos Musical Toys There are many styles, designs and finishes in our collection now therefore we suggest that you make a selection at an early date, have us set it aside and deliver same either before or on Christmas Eve. Mrs. J. W. Coylo and sister, Miss Ella Burns, of Oakdale, are home after a visit to relatives at Mt. Washington. Bowling Alleys Mechanical Toys De Luxe, the Instrument Pictux'ed, Is Priced $200.00. Harry Wedekemper and wife spent last week in Frankfort, the guests of Mrs. Jerome Weltzel at the Capital Hotel. Mrs. Sarah Holllhan announces the engagement of her daughter, Miss Florence K. Hollihan, to Theodore P. Locke. iMiss Marie OiBrien, After spending seven weeks tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Bennon, in Chicago, has returned. Ilumpty Dumpty Circus Sets Coaster "Wagons Soldiers in Trenches Horses and Wagons Dolls of all kinds There arc other Columbia Grafonolas which graduate in price from $17.50 to $500.00. Columbia Double Disc Records, for the most part, are priced atG5c each. Others range upward to $7.50. THE SOUTH'S HIGHEST CLASS DEPARTMENT STORE INCORPORATED returned Saturday from a visit at Bloomlngton, Ind. (Messrs. Kav-anag- Misses Nellie Patrick and Margaret and Julia Dixon, of Jofferson-vlll- o, We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates. i h and Mesdames J. J. Adrian iC. Humphreys will leave Tuesday to attend tho Inaugural ball at Frankfort. and KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS Thomas Lynch and wife and chil- Late News That Will dren have returned from a visit to Members Here and Mrs. ILynch's paronts, Mr. and Mrs. James Patterson, at Hawesvllle. Jaanes Thompson, Jr., after spending tlie holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Thompson, left Interest Prediction That Quinine Shortly Will Advance to $3 an Ounce. What are you going to do for a remedy for Chills, Malaria or Fever? TAKE CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS . r . -- FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Louisville. Catering especially to Ladies and Children. Under the same management. Presenting only the standard productions, historic, dramatic and comic. Sunday to continue Ann Arbor, Mich. his studies Miss Katherino Lynch, who was ville. here visiting her sister, Miss Last week fifty candidates regaret Lynch, and her aunt, ceived the three degrees at London, Annio Burke, has returned to her Ohio. home at West Point. (Nearly 100 candidates were taken Into the Sergeant John Ridge reports an Sunday. order at Evansville last overwhelming suffragette majority Ono of tho largest classes in tho In his homo district, a little girl arriving this week, making a total of history of St. Paul received tho third degree last Sunday. five girls and one boy. The Knights of Columbus wore Misses Nan Borman and Amy tho only fraternal body that greeted Gross, who were tho guests of Mr. tho Liberty Boll at IColumbus, Ohio. counMinnesota has forty-eigand Mrs. J. T. Jacohs in the Homestead apartments, have returned to cils, divided into thirteen districts. with approximately their home in Cincinnati. mem11,000 ht The council at Oswego, N. Y., has at nearly COO members. The three degrees were conferred on a largo class on Sunday at Evans- Leselia Fever Remedy Is the best remedy known for these conditions and is independ- Ksrg&amgoraT ent of the quinine market. 1 Guaranteed not to contain qui- H nine, arsenic or any harmful drugs. Popular Priced Matinees Wednesday and Saturday. z. Bottle $1.00 Joyous Return of Oliver Moroaco' Eternal Success ALL DRUGGISTS. 12-0- MACAULEY'SwdtTSeecnt3 Trade Mark Registered. PEG 0' BY MY HEART HARTLEY MANNERS GOMPERS ELECTED. CAPTAIN EDWARD H. PULFORD. The American Federation of Labor has Samuel Gompers as its President. Gompers has earned tho hostility of the Socialists and tho I. W. W.'s in tho organization by standing for sano principles In tho policy of tho Federation. His means that theso elements of discord have not been ablo to forco their vagaries upon union labor. But tho battle Is not over yet. Each convention sees a bitter struggle to prevent tho Socialists from capturing tho Federalon of Labor. When Gompers goes tho fight will bo a hard one. For twenty years he has successfully fought tho hattle of tho trades unionists, who alono stand for true American labor principles. MOST GOOD SURE. lice department, their prediction being made since last Friday, whilo the columns of tho Kentucky Irish American in its issuo of November 13 contained tho announcement that Lieuts. Pulford and Hutchinson would bo promoted to Captaincies. In addition to being well merited, Capt. Pulford's promotion was a popular one, having a host of friends among all classes of people. Capt. Pulford holds tho world's record for traveling with a prisoner, having brought a murderer back from a Honolulu island. Capt. Hutchinson, tho other appointee, is also known as HHit'lju ,0 &&' J In the True Voice the Itev. Father Gannon notes that the project of tho Knights of Columbus to counteract tho virus of bigotry through a series of public lectures Is received rather coldly by somo of our Cath- Wo:11c editors. Now we are not one of those who bolleeve that prejudice can bo overcome in every case by merely presenting tho truth. But It may do good In many cases to enlighten regarding the doctrines of tho church. And at the worst, if It does no good, It can do no harm. non-Catholi- cs MAKING LITTLE PROGRESS. The fact that Qen. Carranza has been recognized as the defacto boss of Mexico does not appear to make It any safer 'for Americans In that country. Reports of Americans being shot, robbed and mistreated still come across the border with great regularity. Carranza may be doing hie best to restore order, as the dispatches to Washington say, but evidently he is making slow.progrsM. much-troubled VrmQ WKMMT AX. The enemy to the Catholic faith This was told at Central police Timely Record of Some Memorstation on a well known member of able Events in the Catholic fwm tho traffic squad and a prominent History of America. Hibernian: purA local railroad contractor my 81liFfjsWrTiTbTfnrTT chased one ot tho peacemaker's autos recently and after a lesson or December 6, 1881 Death of the two essayed to run It through Rev. Joseph Shea, S. J.; President PER f Fourth avenue. When ho neared a " SAVE OZ CENT of Fordham College in 18G8; born V YOU mencertain corner, which we won't in Quebec in 1831; ordained in tion, ho lost control and with an July, 1865. tlon of tho dogma of tho Im- awful' crash thundered Into a $5,000 December 6, 1808 Father John Dumaculate Conception. limousine belonging to one of our bois, afterward Bishop of Now society leaders. York, Joined tho society of the December 9, 1808 Death at GeorgeTho Hibernian traffic squad man town, D. C, of tho Rev. Robert priests of St. Sulplco and transmade ono leap for the offender, Molyneux, S. J.; first Superior of ferred to them tho land ho owned seat, then dragging him off the Maryland Jesuits after reorganizaat Emmltsburg, together with the roared at him: y houso and tho brick tion of tho society in 1803; twice LIEUT. JOHN M. MALONEY. The "What Is your name?" church thoreon, from which dates Presidont of Georgetown College; said "Pat organization of tho academic declined appointment of Coadjutor tax efficient officer. Sergeant John Bishop of Baltimore; born In LanMount St. Mary's College. M. Maloney, tho well known local Then in a milder tone from the cashire, England, June 24, 1728. Hibernian leader, was elevated to policeman, "And where are you December 7, 189C luThe Catholic December 10, 1837 Philadelphia, Standard (started The Right Rev. Cassldy Mr. answered Lieutenant, his record as head ot from?" Pierre-Jea-n June C, I860, with the Rev. Dr. Matthias Loras conthe mounted poilco being unsur- "From the County Tlpperary." James Koough as editor) and the secrated first Bishop of Dubuque, Our traffic squad man shook hands passed, and their appearance drew a Iowa, when, there were only three Catholic Times (started In Philanoteworthy testimonial from Teddy with him and then said, "How did delphia, December 2, 1892, with churches and one priest (Father Roosevelt. Another popular promo- that spalpeen happen to back Into Mazzuchelll) in the diocese; born the Rev. Louls A. Lambert as tion is that of Herman H. Von you?" editor) combined and published by at Lyons, France, August 30, disBokern, who has the unique Hardy & Mahony, Philadelphia, as 1792; died February 19, 1858. tinction of being especially popular ICNIGD1TS' OOMEGE OOUNOUi. the Catholic Standard and Times. December 11, 1850 The Right Rev. with tho Irish and Joseph Sadoo Alemany, O. P., seccitizens, although a proud follower Tho Notre Dame Council, Knights December 8, 1854 St. Mary's Convent of the Sisters of St. Joseph, ond Bishop of Monterey and Los of the Kaiser. Corporal Mike Hayed, ot Columbus, the only college counAngeles and first Archbishop of Canandaigua, N. Y., first convent a veteran in the service and a splen- cil In the country, was Increased by San Francisco, arrived of their order In New York State, in San did officer, was promoted to Ser- fifty members trhea the first degree Francisco on the steamer Columfounded by Mother Agnes Spengeant, while Corporal William J. was exemplified to a large class bus from Panama, and was welcer and Sisters (Francis Joseph Conners, one of our younger there December 1. The second and Ivory, Theodosia Hagemann and comed by Father Antoine Lang-lotguardians of the peace In age but old third degree will be given December the only priest In the then Petronllla Roseoa from Caron-dele- t, id. efficiency, was promoted to Ser-- 13. There are at present about 260 Mo.; datefrf the promulga- little mining city. gant. ' Knights at the university. iff .r mj&. HwP s .MM tm As the Fascinating "Peg," nnd a Supporting Company the Acme of Springs and different Western points of interest before his return about direct from a year's ran in Juoston. Positively the lastfc Cleveland Council has secured a LESELIA REH3DD3S COMPANY, local appearance of the comedy that has charmed millions. , P; Now Year's. Incorporated eite on Superior avenuo and will y Floor $1.50 and $1; Balcony 75c and 50c; PRICES NIghtt-Loa erect club house costing Louisville, Kentucky. Misses Marie and Antoinette $1100,000. Gallery 25c. Matinees Lower Floor $1 and 75c; Entire Balcony 50c; Gal- - g Glover, wlio are making their home lory 25c. Thoro are now close to 350,000 In New York, will arrive the middle members In tho 1,719 councils of tho fflMKMKiECTOTaKrcrffira'iflR of tho month to spend tho Christmas The general reserve funds holidays with their mother, Mrs. order. $0,265,000. total Walter Glover. San Francisco Council entertained t many delegates to the American Misses Rosaline and Nellio YOU CAN NOT LOSE IP YOU of the West End, returned Federation of Labor convention who home this week, after spending the aro jnombers of tho order. One hundred candidates received Thanksgiving holidays with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. James tho fourth degree at tho recent exW. Dougherty, Sr., of Price Hill, emplification at Syracuse, sixty-fiv- e being members of Union Council of Cincinnati. that city. i0ito.ATrb ti aM3oaU Ono of the prettiest of the many Tho Knights of Oswego held a :t Thanksgiving weddings was that of successful ifalr last week, tho proEvery page can be redeemed for 0c in cash, groceries James Tully and Miss Iva Sharp, ceeds of which will go to tho im.solemnized with. nuptial mass at St. provement of tho Tanner building and meats, or 2 2c in other merchandise. Michael's, tho ceremony being per- on First street, recently purchased formed by the Rev. Martin O'Con- for $31,000 for a club house. n sL-wMSi.l Ask your dealer for Blue Stamps and take no other. nor. Many friends were present to BQ4mJiJLIAXlLaAlll tender congratulations. You are entitled to the best. AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY. sKMAnTSVfPTrBRinfsi LjHUuaitSXSUilailSJauXSS four-storwer De-(ane- y, Phil Kelly left yesterday on a visit Wednesday night Dr. Bernard to his daughter and family at Littlo O'Connor was tho orator at a Rock, Ark., and will also go to Hot largely attondod meeting at Ellza-be'thtown. bers. FEVER REMEDY none ccnuine without this signature J. With Florence E. flartin 'M .V roiirM IimMilH fpgll SaveBlueStamps 1 1 1 -- B MADE A DD7PERENOB. Bisiuuiiuiua I MUTUAL STAMP CO. 424 WEST MARKET STREET. ' QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE The most popular cooking device in the world. Easy to clean, cooks quickly, bakes perfectly and consumes the least possible amount of gas. It is made to last. one-stor- Cas-Bidy- ." GEHER & SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET. Irish-Americ- an AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. FREE SERVICE. s, FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. 1101.08 EAST BROADWAY. I S iejstixjok: ELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American arc earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these coiums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. AMERICAN ELEVATORS MADE IN LOUISVHJL.B BY AMERICAN ELEVATOR & ijGrxsxi amexoIajkt. RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these coiums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting- only firms of known responsibility. - WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATED CO. STEWART DRY GOODS CO. (Incorporated) IN CONNECTION WITH JAMES McCREERY JOHN B. WATHEN & CO.. NEW YORK. SOMETHING NEW (Fuel Saving Device) Vapor Heating J. L. BROWNPIELD & CO. Steam and Hot Water Heating 111 N. THXBQ Distillers Of OLD FORTUNA "HOLLENBACH" 528 W. Main St. SOUR MASH PURE RYE Louisville, Ky. MAOIUNB CO. ENGRAVERS BCBLICH ENGRAVING COMl'AN AIITISTS, ENGRAVERS The Christmas Stocks Now at Their Best larly are pleasant, for the aisles are then less crowded. Check your wraps, have lunch at our delightful tea room, and take as much time as you wish selectidg your gifts. You can spend delightful hours now at Stewart's. The great Christmas stocks are so full of the unusual, the novel, the appropriate, that a visit here at this time is attended with more than the usual pleasure. Stormy days particu WAGON OR VAN 2C25 West Wnlnut Street PICNIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY Homo iPhpno Shawnee 1986 ARTHUR A. WILL FURNITURE MOVER and PACKER Home Phone 7840 STREET Cumb. M. 1598 THOS. J. BRODERIOK 4892-- J BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY ELECTROTYPER8 Fruit Cuko and Charlotte- Russo - BUILDER 2J31 Montgomery Street Home Phono Shawnee 1010 WM. SHEET ISGRIGG CONTRACTOR 1383-- PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGB Home Phono City Louisylllo, Ky 1104 S3S W. Main St., Homo Phone City 6674 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET Homo Rhone, City C574 1000 Zano Street Homo Phone 1191 "SOUTHERN STAR" "All Ready for Your Griddle In the "The Placo Where Old Clothes Are Morning" Made to Look like Now." HAMS, liARD, SAUSAGE 3PALDING DRY CLEANING CO LOUISVILLE PROVISION (Incorporated.) ARTISTIC CO. SLICED BACON IN TOYJLAND These ar6 days of fascination! Little totp are in awe, as you might expect but you jvoulcl hardly look for the wonder of tho "grown-ups- " Surety Coupons Are Earned Given and Redeemed Here METAL 4105 Henry Street Homo Phone, Shawnee C. Q. L. Hollenbach's Wine Houio KARL A. HOLLENBACH, Propriety Importer and Dealer In WINES AND LIQUORS 144 South Third Street PHONES 1887. R. JEUNESSE FIRST CLASS WORK BUILDING CONTRACTOR Giro Tills Office Your Next Order 810 YORK STREET 317 W. GREEN ST. Telephone City 946 Louisville, Ky. Phono South 1753 RlTTER-HENNINd- PRINTING playthings ment and See the Trains months. at the many ingenius which so subtly combine amuseinstruction. For instance: demonstration of American Flyer they are guaranteed for six Priced as low S CO. Shur-rieo- Thos. II. Kennedy Y Louis D. Condy KENNEDY-COADCO. Receivers and Shippers of ITay and Incorporated z of Grain. Manufacturers Poultry and Stock Feeds MEN'S FURNISHINGS Hay, Grain, Flour and Mill Feed ""631 WEST WALNUT STREET Chas. A. Cyphere' New Buffalo Homo Phono, City 7662 Incubators and Brooders LOUISVILLE, KY. LOUISVILLE, KY. as S1.00 25c Folding Toj Ironing Boards at Dolls' Swirging Bassinet; white enam$1.00 eled $1.50 Dolls' Foldi ig Wire Mattress Cribs 89c Toy Wheelb irrow of sheet steel Steel-bod$1.29 Express Wagon 0 size $3.00 Leather Upholstered Rocking-Horse- s Basement y When tho man in his business makes purchases, he insists on getting a discount when he meets his bills. The women, on whom rests the large burden of the household and family supplies, are equally entitled to a discount. It is received here by saving Surety Coupons which we give out and for which $2.50 in merchandise, of your own selection, may be had for each, filled book. Always be sure to get Surety Coupons. STIGLITZ & SONS FOR SEE POOLEY MONEY (CONFIDENTIAL Si MANUFACTURERS Louisville Made Furnaces 21C223 S. Ninth St. Homo Phono City 2542 Room 1, RELIABLE F. R. POOLEY Courier-Journ- Building 415 Fourth Street Leather Goods at Half comes this offering of salesmen's "Samples" which we consider ourselves ff rtunatc in securing. Among the lot ,are the following: Music Rolls Medicine Coses Handkerchief Cases Collar Boxes Tobacco Pouches Handbags Flasks Traveling Cases Bill Folds Coin Purses Being samples, these are naturally of tho best of their grade and all perfect. To secure such leather goods at any time at half price is very out of the ordinary. Home, City 981 Cumb. S. 981 HOME KILLED MEATS MISS JOSEPHINE WOLF STATE FAIR MEAT MARKET 963 SOUTH THIRD STREET A Full Lino of Fancy Groceries CONFECTIONER AND CATERESft Both Phones Weddings and Parties Given Call and Give Us An Order Special Attention WB SELL FOR CASH Charles Wolf, (Manager Just at a time to benefit early shoppers FRANK FEHR BREWING jroCSrORATED SniV.! lYlDAN W SMITH'S kjfl ? ;vjivrn uni S25 Wool Blankets $15 Ca A limited number of very Beautiful Fine White California Wool Blankets, in the large size, 80x90. These are especially recommended as an AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Funeral Director and Embalmer ? i BOTH PHONES 810. 1809 WEST JEFFERSON HOME PHONE 88 STREEtJ CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971.y J. J. BARRETT'S SONSf FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. unusual gift. They are the finest of Blankets, having silk taffeta binding and daintiest of pink and blue borders. Each pair cut and bound separately. $5.00 Blankets $3.85 Pair "Wool Blankets, with silk ribbon bind"White ing and pretty pink or light blue borders; in the size 70x80 inches. $2.50 Comforts $1.85 ComExtra Heavy Quilted, Cotton-filleforts, with pretty floral and Persian patterned silkolinc covering; in the large size, 72x84. d Manderine Jewelry 50c Manderinc Jewelry is the newest thing in jewelry, quite novel in its antique finish and setting of beautiful colored stones. Wc are making a comprehensive offering of this new Jewelry Bar Pins, Brooches, Circles and La Vallieres. Undoubtedly, because of its newness and unusualness, this Jewelry will be quickly selected by - Early shopping is therefore advisable. $5.00 Solid Gold La Vallieres at $3.00 A special offering of a limited number of Solid Gold La Vallieres which are set With a variety of stones. These are in a variety of shapes, no two of which are alike. Pearl Beads at 50c to $50.00 As is indicated by these prices, our showing of Pearl Beads is extremely large. Both the graduated and tho regular shapes are to be hod in cream and white and in both opera and l cck lengths. gift-seeker- s. $7.00 Blankets- $5.25 - extra large. Have silk mohair binding and pretty pink and blue border. $3.00 Comforts $2.25 Fine "White "Wool Pair Blankets; extra heavy and Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE. KY. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE 822 Bast Maiia Street. uumuuwMMHVMuuvmmwuwMnMmMumwMM i ,ii. 1V1 i i i 1 r rt rl 1 V 4 'T.iT..T..f.if..TMT.JfiJtirFl "V i 4 i k Comforts; with Pure White Cotton-filleplain satinc borsilkoline covering and der; in tho large size, 72x84 inches. Second Floor d OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. inmirucDTV y lUUUllLilVl 1 f IX & m jgi i hvet mhlAAAXtl I and Embalmers Homo City 290S Volland Galendars 50c Here are, indeed, most unique and unusual gifts. They are calendars of fifty-tw- o pages, in book form, with tho following titles: The Calendar of Dinners The Calendar of Salads The Calendar of Desserts The Calendar of Luncheons As you might expect, these contain suggestive menus for the entire year dinners, luncheons, dainty salads and deserts. What could bo more helpful? Main Floor JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE, KY, 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Cumb. Phone West 191 THTSi Home Phone t9l$ Funeral Directors BOTH Cumb. Main SOOS.a Initialed Bath Towels Priced at 25c Extra Heavy Quality Turkish Bath Towels, in tho sixe 21x40, with beautiful embroidered initial. IPIXOJVJBJS. WIEDEMAN N INCORPORATED BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beersr Sold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excellent 9 GRUBOR & DEUSER. Managers, Louisville, K7. kkkkX"X"X"o DR. 713-71- J. T. CH AWK I Cm., S. 299a. Hose, City 2399. Women's $3 Handbags $1.98 will profit by this offering, which brings savings of on new Handbags of bright pin seal. These arc in a variety of shapes, with various linings. Some have inside frames and some have coin purse and mirror. Main Floor gift-seekers Initialed Pillowcases Each 25c. Pillowcases, in the size 42x36 inches, which are scalloped and beautifully embroidered in script initials. j 25c Pillowcases 19c Hand-cu- t Scalloped Pillowcases; in the size 42x36 inches. Second Floor tjnrti Early one-thir- d Veterinary Infirmary. JOHN B. ITRANSfc .tefrfrfrfr H.B0SSES0N TiIiphMM 5 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET "As Near to You as tbe Nearest Phone" WALTERS' Clay Street Brewery 508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET. TELEPHONE 20 Funeral Directors and Embalmers. CIO SIT JETEDHJBZ AVBJJVUJEJ Telanaeae 16V, your bojw aa .dncatlon that will prepara tntm for Ufa. "W. ST. XAVIER'S COLLEQfc Broadway, ou1itU1, Xy. Conducted by the Xaverlan Brother Classical. Scientific end Bualnea Courses, Preparatory Department, Lars. Swimming Pool, Well Kqulpped Gyrana-slum- . Termi Undrt, Bro. Jame. Dlr 113 FLORISTS BECKMAN orders. Cut Flowers for all occasions. n Special attention given NEW NANZ fc NEUNER CO. INCORPORATED. 007 FoHrth Ave.. Lomavillc. Ky. Schneider's Meat Market FIFTH ST. Opposite the Cathedral. Choice Reef, Veal. Lamb, Mutton. 440 SOUTH Hans, Ilaeoa, Park, Lard, Saasags. Telephone City 2241. Holiday Gilts Reserved sa Part Payment. JB 551 S. Shelby. Near Cheataat DIAM0 D5, WATCHES, CffiMju OBHIBR, JEWlLRY Bvarytbiag guaranteed. Watch a apeelftlty. jawalry nprt aid ANOTHER CARDINAL PASSES. comes next Thanksgiving, a great event, which will bo attended Cardinal Francis S. Bauer, Princo Tho sad intelligence was received by most of tho alumni and other Archbishop of Olmutz, Austria, died Our Special $3.00 Spray hero tho first of tho week of the prominont men. last Friday, aged seventy-fou- r Stratford, Canada, of James death years. Our Special $5.00 Wreath Molr, at Cardinal Bauer became a priest in brother of Dr. Charles Molr, HISTORIC CHURCH. 18C3, and had been Archbishop of of this city. His sudden and unexThe largest values in Funepected taking off is a distinct blow (Last 'Sunday St. Peter's church on Olmutz since 1904. Ho was created ral Flowers ever offered In to the community in which be re- Barclay street, tho oldest in New a Cardinal on December 2, 1912. Louisville. sided, as ho was regarded one of the City, For prompt delivery call 223 OATHOLIO KNIGHTS. best types of citizens. James Molr York year ofcommemorated the thirtieth both phones. had visitod Louisville and made one hundred its consecration and the and thirtieth annimany friends hero who mourn his versary Cardinal Farley, two Archbishops, WW foundation. death. Surviving him are two sons James of ItsMcGean, thoMonslgnor fifteen Bishops and 800 priests are pastor, H. Knights and flvo daughters. preached tho sermon at the solemn Catholic Knights of America. Tho of America aro high mass and gavo remlniscenses of Catholic m uiAiufnn tan TiIERlT O'NEAIi TO LECTURE. the years long .past. showing a gain of 800 members. WnCWE&SHO Attorney Merit O'Neal will deliver too Fourth Avenue Loulrvffle AVANTS CHURCn GOODS. MUST WANT LAND. a lecture to tho members of tho K. of C. next Wednesday evening, his 'Flowers telegraphed everywhere II Father Flavin, a Washington misMrs. Margaret Foley, aged ninety-fou- r, subject being "Tho Relation of Ireof aiinot, N. D has tho disMr. sionary, is anxious for a new missal land to the European War." O'Neal's lecture should prove Inter- for his littlo church of St. Joseph tinction of being tho oldest person esting as the speaker's ability is well that ho has completed. And anything to register an opportunity to parin the way of church goods would bo ticipate In tho distribution of tho known. welcome. Donations may bo sent to Government lands at Fort Borthold. tho offices of tho Catholic Church 318 Wat Market St. HELP WITH MAIL. FIFTY YEARS. Extension Society, McCormick buildFrom new until after Christmas ing, Chicago. Miss Emma A. MciCully has been Christmas is the great "at home" tho Postofllco will be burdened with employed continuously in the United IRISH TEMPLE. day. If you can't be there, a fine mall. Business meniand others aro States Treasury (Department at will help urged to send their mail to tho office The Irish citizens of Chicago, rep- Washington for fifty years. as early in tho day as possible and not allow It to accumulate. This resented by tho United Irish SocieRETAIN CimiSTklAS SPmiT. will greatly facilitate jits distribution ties, have mado plans for a $500,000 Don't let tho Christmas spirit get Irish tomplo of music, arts and away and delivery. from your literature, Tho receipts of the a holiday time household. Make It in spite of tho need Manchester martyrs' demonstration ARcnnisnop frendergast. tbe and John Mitchell centenary will of economy.tho Reducp faro outlay. bill at Cut down from its Tho Most Rev. EdVnond Francis form tho nucleus of this fund. previous obese proportions and serve o ProndorgaBt, D. D., tjho central half as much. But make your house MARYKNOLX;. in the recent dual golden Jubilee and table gay with holly and greens. l, at Philadelphia, was born in Qive the youngsters rt young men, aspirants for the even "though it entailsChristmas tree Ten County Tlpperay, Ireland, In a littlo apostolate, lately received the casMay, 1843. , Remomber the Christmas sock and cincture of the American spirit is. one of givipg even to the l, Foreign Mission Society at NOTRE DAMS. extent of And remem Oselnlng, N. Y. A retreat is ber that the gift all love most is Plans are already 'being formu now In progress at Maryknoll, at the that which stands for loving thought 426 W. MARKET lated to make the celebration, of the end of which several will receive and not the gift which Justs costs LOUISVILLE,. KV. diamond Jubilee of Notre Dame, holy orders. money. MOURN which MS DEATH. LOUISVniLiB. ET. A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case of FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Due to the ereat demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. PHONES THE BEST $1, X $1.50, $2 HATS AT GERMAN BANK - PHOTOGRAPHER p iwi iii ii ptao-ogra- vfff!n9PiSi&MHF All the late aad new Styles and Sbapei can bo found Ur at raatonable srlcti. HMimffl BBIBSS'SSb wSBSlSmmSrA j First Communion Books ROSARIES SCAPULAR MEDALS See oar new book, Ma.rled." ''Ho-v- Fifth and Market Sfe flg-ur- Clon-me- self-sacrifi- to Get FRED ERHA1 ARCHITECT NORTON .BUILDING K.W.CMiwrFc Mary-knol- self-sacrifi- Every Devotional Article here. PNo trOHble to alio-- good. Rogers Church Goods Co. 129 S. FOURTH AVE. 'JiMdJi ,vp xESStforxjOKTsr p - - -- i cKw.wvvvirmrricfTZ3'"'" r'w-- " II II ft Ynns TTlov Name. W 1" IfflM $S33S$4$4$S36 I U ff" iiihc Do Your AJS&J& 3IOAJEW. SOCIETY DIRECTORY. l tilt mH4fWHHIMHtHHWHH HERMAN STRAUS FOURTH AVCNUr MHHIMMJ 1 If Shopping A. O. H mviRTrN President Second and Fourth Thursday, Iileder-kran- z Hall, Sixth and Walnut. Vice President MCOfrpomireo SONS MARKET STREET . . mJ l. ,m"" '"' HH Early. I M Be to Your Advantage to Purchase Your Gfts From Clancy. Financial Mark Ryan. William Cushlng. Secretary Edward THE CHRISTMAS STORE HandKerchiefs For Gifts Children's Handkerchiefs; with Women's Hnndkercliiefs; plain white with embroidered inembroidered corner; colored itial; put up 6 in a box; put up 2 In box; per box.-.lprices are, per box, 59c, 49c, Children's Handkerchiefs with 20c 39c and border; 3 in fancy colored 10c box; per box HandkerWomen's chiefs; with embroidered inChildren's Handkerchiefs; with per nursery rhymes; 3 in fancy 6 in a box; itial; $1.-115c box for box Each 25c. Children's Handkerchiefs; with colored initial; Women's Handkerchiefs; with 6 in a fancy box; per box..COc corner; white embroidered priced at, each 15c, 12 c, Women's and Children's Hand5c 10c, 8 and kerchiefs; with colored bor5c Japanese der; price 2 for Silk Handkerchiefs; with colored border and fancy with Women's Handkerchiefs; design stamped in corner; 25c white or colored embroidered 10c quality; each corner, or initial; 3 in fancy 25c Women's Handkerchiefs; box for they are pure linen with Madeira Women's Handkerchiefs; sheer embroidered corner; 6 in a emquality; with colored fancy box; specially priced at, broidered corner; 3 in fancy per box $1.25 2Dc box; per box Handkerchiefs; in all Women's Handkerchiefs; made of Women's pure linen or French lawn white or colored embroidered corner; put up 6 in a box; per with embroidered corner; 6 In 08c 50c a box; per box box 98c, 75c and Oc' All-Line- Recording Secretary Daniel McCarthy. Treasurer Thomas Keenan. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Tarpy. DIVISION 2. Meets TOVTOWN OPEN AND READY ;: , ! Jewelry For Gifts Waldemar Chains. Gold filled Waldemar or coat Chains, gold; with diamond or colored prices range from $2.50 down stone settings; at prices rangto $1.00 down ing from ?15.00 to $1.00 Solid Gold Cuff Links. Tie they Clasps and Scarf Pins; Urnclet Wntches. They are gold gold and we aro all filled and have 15, 10 and have a big assortment; priced movements; priced from $1.50 from $5.00 down to $5.50 $15.00 down to Cameo Brooches, with gold settings; very beautiful; Shaving Stands. Shaving Sets and Mirrors; nickel and silver down priced from $12.00 plated; we have a complete to $1.00 line of them; priced from Wo Gold llrooclies. 50c $10.00 down to d bought these Brooches at per cent, off the regular Gold Filled Wntches. They have price and wo arc offering them Swiss movement; open to our customers at a saving frame or hunting case; in of 33 3 per cent, on their men's, women's and boys' regular prices; ranging from to values sizes; $10.00 $2.00 $5.00 down to, each $ 1.45 for on Waldemar SPECIAIi Gold Filled Knives; chain; these make excellent Manufacturers' sale of Sample of gifts for boys; price $1.50 Rings, gold shell and sterling both silver, wedding rings and baby Gold Filled Cigar Cutters, or rings; white and colored stones pencil for ond of Waldemar in clusters or Tiffaney settings; 50c price, each 10c chain; price each Solid Gold linvnllicrs; at 10-kar- at 10-kar- at nt one-thir1-- Keaney. Kolran. Ion. Hall, Sixth and. Walnut. President Joseph Lynch. Vice President Dhniol O'Keefe. Recording Secretary John T. Financial Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s First Wednesday Liederkranz Secretary Edward J. Hel- - For the personal inspection of every little boy and u in mc icuwi ui um simc. mere are so many new things that we can't begin to tell about them :n u jruu win just i nave .. come anai see. to months well made, in. several sizes; prices siuri at . ...$i.uu Folding Doll Cart with hood ; steet wnccis, leatherette up-- ! holstering, at 50c; other Doll Carts up to $11.98 Games for young and old; large assortment, priced from 10c to $1.50 Blackboards ; hang on wall or stand on easel; $3.00 down 50c ' ' ' Thomas Hannan. John P. American Flyer Trains on American Model track engine guaranteed for 6 Outfit, 50c to Shoo-Fhe- s Builders' $7.50 n 0 all-line- n; l-- 3c DIVISION 3. ;; Meets 1st and 3rd Monday at Hibernian Home, 1818-182- 0 Portland. President John M. Maloney. ; Vice President 1 att J. O'Brien. tary Recording Seen Thomas Killeon. X Financial Secretat y John J. Hes- sion, Jr. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. X Sergeant-at-Arm- s iiuraus 85c. Chairs and Rockers, in reed, oak and red finish; $3.50 down to 24c Rocking vun inauc, $12,011 to and J her. Sentinel Martin Kale- - Thomas Noone. ;; to '.', ;; DIVISION 4. Meets Second and fourth Mondays, Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. GOOD FICTION AT the Llmberlost Gene Laddie Gene Stratton Porter, Stratton Porter, Joyce of the North Woods Harriet Comstock, Garden of Lies Justus Miles Forman, The Key to Yesterday Charles Neville Buck, House of Happiness Kato Lang-le- y The Knight of the Cumberlands Bosher, John Fox, Jr., Heart of the Hills John Fox, The Land of Long Ago Eliza Jr., Calvert Hall, The Harvester Gene Stratton Little Shepherd of Kingdom Porter, Come John Fox, Jr., Hollow of Her Hand George The Melting of Molly Maria Barr McCutchcon, Thompson Davis, The Iron Trail Rex Beach, Mother Cary's Chickens Kato The Inside of the Cup Winston Douglas Wiggin. Churchill, RichMrs. Red Pepper Grace of Juliet-Gr- ace The Indifference mond, Richmond, Chlpman The Marshall Mary Andrew, The Iron Woman Margaret The Net Rex Beach, Girl of --- 50c PER COPY ans. Trail of the Lonesomo Pine John Fox, Jr., The Trey of Hearts Louts Jos. Vance, Freckles Gene Stratton Porter, Once to Every Man Larry EvRose and Reed, The One Woman Old Lead Soldiers; big variety; 25c $1.00 down to Mechanical Toys; lots of new President John H. Hennessy. ones; 25c to $1.00 Vico President ' 'nomas Lynch. Pianos; mahogany finish; all Financial Secret iry Thomas J. Langan. 25c sizes; $8.75 down to Recording Secretary John J. Drums of every description, Barrr. 25c Treasurer; Pat Connelly. up from Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Far Erector and Erector Acces- roll. sory Outfits, $1.00 to . . . .$7.50 Sentinel M. J. McDermott. $ Simplex Typewriter; very, Y. M.I. 1 instructive for the children; simple to operate; $1 to $3.00 MAOKIN COUNCIL, Fire Engines, Hook and ladders; made of cast iron; a large variety; $1.50 down to ...50c Desks; roll top; oak finish; fold up when not in use, $1.75 ; others up to $6.50 Doll Beds; white enamel and brass finish; $6.50 down to 25c Velocipedes; steel and rub- ber-tire- ! ', ; ;; d wheels ; pncea irom $io.ub down to $1.25. all sizes ; ' t Silver Thos. Myrtle Dixon, N Peg O' My Heart J. Hartley Manners, Queed Henry S. Harrison, Riders of the Purple Sage Zano mond, The Second Violin Grace Richmond, Shepherd of the Hills Harold Bell Wright, A Son of the Hills Harriet Comstock, Grey, Reo Pepper Burns Grace Rich- Jr., That Printer of Udell's Harold Bell Wright. T. Tembaron Frances Hodgson Burnett, Awakening of Helena Ritchie Margaret Deland, At the Foot of the Rainbow Gene Stratton Porter, Valiants of Virginia Halie Ermine Rives, The Way Home Basil King, The Woman Thou Gavest Me Hall Caine, Tho Salamander Owen Johnson, Phyllis Otherwise Meredith Nicholson. II wonderfully Barry. Embroidered Handkerchiefs, in a large pic ture box : each Handkerchief a Financial Secretary A. C. Link. 39c different pattern Recording Secrotary William G. n Handker- Three Buckol. Marshal (Harry Alberts. chiefs in a neat gift box; worth Inside Sentinel Edward Gratzer. T 25c each; box of three ...50c Outside Sentinel Harvey Pfelf-fe-r. Six All Pure Linen HandkerExecutive Committee Frank G. chiefs in a gift box; worth Adams, Thomas Bachman, Frank $1.00; sheer quality; box of Geiler, One-corner Meets Monday Evenings at Club House, 344 North Twenty-sixt- h. President John J. Lynn. First Vice President John W. Murphy. Second Vice President Martin P. Schadd. Treasurer George J. Thornton. 205. t Electric Train Outfits; the X Lional make; up from ..$3.98 X Dolls of every description. "We were fortunate in receiving neariy our entiro order and aro showing the largest lino in Louisvile. Priced $10.00 down to 10c. i Holiday Handkerchiefs j r Three Sheer Lawn Handkerchiefs, with colored initials, in a fancy box; box of three. .25c All-line- A. W. Andriot, John R. six Sheer Lawn Ladies' Hand kerchiefs with one corner em Drouierca; also uamty em- broidery and initial; regular 10c values 5c Three Very Dainty ner Embroidered Handker- 79c chiefs, in a daintv cift box. a One-cor- J ',', '. '. The Last Dollar That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED twice a year; There MAY COME a time when your "LAST DOLLAR" must be spent for something you DO NEED. The SAVING now of the dollars you are wasting might keep that "hard time" from ever coming. Com-Cel-S- ar The Great Stomach, Kidney Liver and Blood Remedy An Ideal Tonic and Body Builder. Legally Guaranteed to satisfy you or money refunded. One dollar for 3 boxes. On sale at all drug stores. Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. I Fifth and Court Place. Open Dally Until 3 p. m. sgiswass J. HENNESSY gsa Saturday5 Until 7 p. m. DAN HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN Fall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. HIBERNIANS. News Notes. Division 4 Joachim's parish, Chicago's newest Ladies' Auxiliary has increased in membership since that , i time. With the initiation of fifty candidates, Division 8 of iClinton, (Mass., becomes tho largest and wealthiest In the county. This brings the membership up to 400. Tho County Board meeting at Cincinnati last week was well attended. Announcement was made that memorial services for deceased members would soon lie held. Ladies' Auxiliary 5 of Waterbury, Conn., celebrated the twentieth anniversary with grand military mass at tho Church of tho Immaculate Conception and a big open meeting in tho afternoon. The Ladies' Auxiliary wore among tho first to offer congratulations to the Most Rev. Archbishop Edmund F. Prendergast upon the fiftieth anniversary of the ordination of His Grace to the holy priesthood. IRELAND. Record of the Most j t 25c Em- box Sheer Linen broidered Handkerchiefs with Six Initial Handkerchiefs, in roll edge; regular 25c value; a gift box: three styles of in- lfjc itials, special for 50c T One-corner , Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. lAt a meeting held In the Town Hall, Kenmare, Archdeacon O'Leary presididng, it was decided to start wheat grinding mills In the town. (In Dublin November 4 We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates t wwwwtfM nmnmn!nmim Sixty-one-year-old i i $ Hennessy UPSTAIRS STORE. Axman 425 W. What They Have Been Doing orate production of J. Hartley Manners' comedy, "Peg O' My Heart, the Past Week General begins a week's engagement at evening, Macauley's next Monday with matinees Wednesday and Saturday. It is tho first of the Morosco k 'PEG O' Ml' IIEAKT. Morosco's new and elab Oliver POPULAR PRICE TAILORS Jefferson Street Good Coffee a Morning Necessity Yw'll find that Mulloy's Colfei Is JUST whit f 2 1.2 lba. New Ulead Coffee with Special Rebate Tiokct, good for lOo in trade The Bf alloy man is in your neighborhood every week Phone um and have hira call. 1323-212 ..... m want 65c , JOHJST M. MXJJLVO Y BOTH PHONES W. MARKET ST. 4&&&&&&&&4&S&&46 Horn. City 3101 Climb. South OOO-- T DOUGHERTY & LANNING COAL CO. INCORPORATED. Best Quality Pittsburg and Jellico Coal. Office and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue P. BAKNON, IX., Vice LAWRENCE tv M. i. BANNSN, J. VEEKEMAN, Pr. I Mp. Prei. & Treis. Seeritary. P. BANNON PIPE CO. Sewer and Culvert Pipe, Bastion's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Ceaiaits, Wall CopiBtf, Drain Tile, Yitrifie Brick, ?ire Proofing, Flae LiaiBg, Fire Brick Grate and Seller Tile, Greaad Fire Clay, Ckimney Yeps. OFFICE 828 TEST JEFFERSON HOME PHONES CITY bORKS .titlllilll'j 507, 13tltBd Breck. and Magttolis Ave., Bet. 9rfe and fOtlt. 573-1786. GUMS. MAIN X uiiililllllllllllllllllHlllill companies to reach Louisville this plana to entertain with season, and like all of this manofferings will be a series of dances at Bertrand Hall. ager's heartily. Providing welcomed mosa this noted The special initiation fee should favorite for the season be the means of doubling tho press most happy, and society genent membership. erally will probably accord it distinct favor. Tho present company Tho suggestion of County President Connelly in regard to member- is hoaded by Florence E. Martin, a Dretty and talented young girl, who ship teams is a good one. her Hibernians aro glad to learn of elevated herself to stardom by role title wonderful John M. Maloney's promotion from during the work in tho one year at play's run of Polico Sergeant to Lieutenant. The tho Cort Theater in Boston. 35 of Brooklyn enter- - supporting cast will bo the same that Division uiiuuu 11s raumuera wiin a saiuruay appeared with her during the accused. night supper at Hayes' Hotel. At the usual ifortnlghtly meeting memorable run in the Hub. At the recent anniversary celebraof the Newcastle West District Countion of Division 11 of Jersey City cil, Patrick Oilburn, Kilmeedy, was PIONEER CITIZEN GONE. moro than 125 members were in unanimously instead of itiated. John Phelan, one of the pioneer William Gilburn, Tvho tendered his division of citizens of Louisville and for the resignation. The Nightwcrkers' years a member of Boston, composed almost entirely of past twenty-fiv- e Charman W. Martin announced at printers, has organized a (Ladies' St. Louis Bertrand's church parish, a Monaghan urban Council meeting died Thursday morning after a brief that a company was ibeing formed Auxiliary. illness. Deceased was sovonty-seve- n Division 1 of St. Paul celebrated years of age and was a grandfather for tho purpose of lighting the town ar nlversary Monday of John Mangan, who died about hy electricity, and that it was also its thirty-flft- h oveniug with on e: cellent programme ten days ago. Ho was a faithful proposed to buy the gas works. and attendance. A Tecord consignment of fifteen member of the Holy Name Society Queens county iivisions will greet and devout church member. Ho is tons ot bacon was sent from the Factory to the national and .State officers at a survived by four daughters, Mrs. Roscrea great gathering ip (Long Island City Agnes Caldwell, Misses Elizabeth London. .The consignment is valued and Katherino Phelan and Sister at about $8,000. Trade has been on December 15. ot Edwards, of The Ladies' Auxiliary of Hartford, Mary of Newburyport,the Sisters ono booming at the Roscrea factory of Mass., and Poor late. Conn., at a recent special meeting son, As result 01 the increased esconferred the three degrees on a took William J. Phoan. Tho funeral place from St. Louis Bertrand's timatea suggested by the gas manclass of 200 candidates. church this morning at 9 o'clock. ager, Westport Urban (Council has Division 2 of Troy has increased ceased lighting the town, Which to 150 per cent, within tho last year HAS ANOTHEU SON. of tho traveling tho inconvonience and is rapidly becoming one of the complete darkness at public strongest in the Empire State. Is night. is in State Senator Sam Robertson The recent Quarterly meeting wearing a broad smile this week A farm, the property of William beneficial, in many ways, re- and receiving tho congratulations of proved viving interest jn many of those his many friends on tho arrival at Moody, Dunlavin, containing 114 his home of another sturdy young acres, was rer.en.tly sold by auction members who had become lax. IFishor, Dunlavin, for Tho membership contest of Divis- Democrat and candidate for Mackln to Thomas $7,250. Another farm, the property Council. 2 of Syracuse, which closes ion of Patrick Mitchell, Ballylaffan, was 20, haB already resulted In sold for $7,500. HEALTH IS BETTER. the initiation of sixty candidates. The lato Bliss Gunning, Porta- Division 54 of Newton, Alass., gave The Most Rev. Archbishop Blenk, forry, who died leaving $17;200, be presentation of the whose condition caused his friends queathed $1,000 to tuo county a successiul Irish drama, "Arrahna-Pogue,- " for muoh uneasiness, is rapidly re Down Infrmaryi several charitable the benefit of the Sacred Heart par- cuperating at Shreveport. Visitors donations, and the residue of her es , ish. the past week found him in fine tate to endow ai bed in the County Organized last July In 3t.. spirits and much Improved in health. Dowa Infirmary. pre-holidth co-opt- ed served as (Irish flag day. The proceeds were in aid of the Irish language movement. A liberal response was made. Joseph Atkinson has resigned the Secretaryship of the Armagh County Second and Market Under the Bill Clock Council. Ho is in his seventy-fift- h State Government Supervision. year and his health has been failing ror some time. iMichael McDermott, Jr., Boyle, has heen elected Relieving Officer by the local Guardians, in room of VViVVVVVVVVVVVVVVkVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVMVVri the late Patrick Brpdy. There wore I five candidates. Dr. lElliott, Coroner for North Tyrone, at a meeting of tho Strabane Recruiting Committee, said ho had begun o look upon voluntary recruiting as a mere farce. Rev. Dean Kelly, Lahardane, has been presented iby his parishioners with a beautifully illuminated address and a harmonium for the Labels good for picture show tickets, any kind of MoHale Memorial church. trading stamps, e.r many other useful articles carried $ Rev. Father Dermody, St. 'Louis, has retired through and in our premium rooms. is returning to Ireland. He is a brother of T. Dermody, iBlrr, and is well known in South King's county. There was only one case of a criminal nature, an assault by one WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED IN DUST PROOF BAGS farmer on another outside a public-housat the iNow Ross Quarter Sessions, and the jury acquitted tho was ob- ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account with this safe, conservative, Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 per cent. No cost to you whatever. The same courteous attention given the depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. German Insurance BanK J Tip Top Bread Pure. Guaranteed 100 BAT MAVViWWWWWMWMMWWMtWWMWi e, 66 99 THE MASTER CLEANER AND DYER $1.00 Iiadies'.'Suits Cleaned and Pressed 1 .OO Gentlemen's Suits Cleaned and Pressed Gentlemen's Palm Beach Suits Cleaned and Pressed... .COc 25c Gentlemen's Suits Sponged and Pressed I I Puis Cleaning' and Dyeing Co. Both Phones 2635. 426 South Fifth St. I BE SURE TO CALL FOR ' McKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. er 1 EL McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky.