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Kentucky Irish American: December 11, 1915 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1915 kec1915121101_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: December 11, 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. 24. Mr. Miller continued: LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1915. PRICE FIVE CENTS. "There is night, much interest centering in tho theso threo days tho Blessed Sacranothing in tho article to indicate election of officers, which resulted ment will bo enthroned on tho altar good faith, and tho only other as follows: for tho adoration of tho faithful. reason for putting it In was to inPresident Lawrence J. Mackey. Tho Rev. Father Cronin, V. G., the crease tho circulation of tho magaVice President John J. Riley. pastor, will be assisted, by numerous zine. No man, other than a moral Financial Secretary John J. visiting clergymen in conducting tho degenerate, one who worships senservices. himself, In tlio Watson Case Only Because sualityfilth and would wado through Consistory Held Monday At- Hesslon, Jr. Secretary Recording Matthew Of Gov. Stanley an Epoch Maker such slime to get tho Sunning Wild and Showing Itof Technicality in IndictO'Brien. tended With the Customary stuff he puts In his magazine. Is TRINITY'S OFFICERS. in the History of Kenself In Many "Ways in Theso Treasurer Daniel Dougherty. man who poses as tho reprethe ment. Pomp. Sergeant-at-Arm- s tucky. M. Kalaher. sentative of the 'wool hat boy tho Trinity Council. Y. i.i. t imri n Days. farmer, the poor man Is he to bo Sentinel Thomas Noon. crowded hall Monday night, when permitted to violate the law with Executive Committee Lieut. P. tho following officers wero elected Impunity, simply on mo coming year: Thomas Watson's Chief Counsel Pays prominence, past and account of his Pope Benedict Delivers Allocu- IT. Mullen, John MartinQulnn, Martin Fifth District Furnishes an Im- iorChaplain Rev. J. A. O'Grady. present?" Sheehan, and Jnmes Campaign Set on Foot to LegalReading an extract from the President B. J. Sandmann. Tribute High to the Cathotion and Pleads With WarBroderlck. mense Crowd and Makes Mr. Miller said the First Vice President H. J. ize the Practice of Birth lic Nuns. ring Powers. Roman Catholics might bo bad peoHit in Parade. AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY. ple, but that no man could print Control. Second Vice President J. L tho sort of stuff about them that Cunlffe. he had just read and send It Recording Secretary A. H. through the malls. He can send Jt There Were No Cardinals PresTerrible Arraignment of A. Timely Record of Some Memor- State Democrats Give Opinions DIenst. by hand, but no such stuff as that Corresponding Secretary Paul Against This Latest Move Must ent From the United A. Agitator by District In the malls, ho said. able Events in the Catholic as to Reasons For Itccciit Mr. Miller Bowling. Be Pitted Most Decisive jury not to permit reState. advised tho Attorney Financial Secretary C. Edward History of America. Close Race. ligious prejudices to influence their .uueucr. Energies. decision. "This defendant Is a Treasurer J. L. Timmel. man of prominence, a former ConMarshal John L. Sullivan. By James A. Rooney, LL. D, gressman, and is accredited with POPE WAS WELL AND STRONG insldo Sentinel Roger Glenn. WATSON WHINES PERSECUTION considerable influence at present, December 12, 1833 Death in his DEMOCRATS WELL ENTERTAINED Outside Sentinel J. Efflnger. ECHO OF CHICAGO BABY CASE and he thinks on account of these year of the Most Executive Committee A. G. things ho can violate the law with Rev. Louis William Valentino Schneider, V. K. Ecker, James B. impunity. If this Jury says these Kelly, Dr. C. J. Gelsler and B. J. Dubourg; second Bishop of The secret Louisiana and the Floridas; It is the consensus of opinion in articles complained of in tho Indiot- - now Cardinals consistory at which The Inauguration of Gov. A. O. Osterholt. were to be named and Collector President of Georgetown College; Stanley on the Torn Watson case that only his ment aro not obscene, what can you Edward E. Kelty. Radicalism is showing itself in Tuesday marked an Council Deputy Willam B. Goda. many ways in' theso days. pica of not being the only guilty expect in tho December magazine other important business transacted first Superior of St. Mary's Colbegan Monday morning shortly after It has In lege, Baltimore; founder of St. epoch In Kentucky's history, tho party saved him from conviction, and Jeffersonian?" Tho installation will take place fact begun to run wild. In Chicago Mr. Miller concluded with tho 10 o'clock at tho Vatican. NotwithMary's of tho Barrens and of St. crowd being tho greatest in tho his- on tho first Monday In January. as on tho stand ho pleaded that some weeks afo, as every one was Louis University; tho Jefferson Publishing Company declaration that a man who floods standing the world war, It was preconsecrated tory of Frankfort in tho opinion of well informed in tho eenoral nnwu- September 24, 1816; resigned No- many, while others believe that in should have been Indicted and the country with "filthy, incendiary ceded and attended with the same GOOD MAN GONE. papers, a doctor refused to attempt whiningly complained that it was literature that excites and plays pomp as was customary under Pope vember, 1826; transferred to attendance It was only surpassed by to save tho life a persecution on the part of Cath- upon the prejudices should bo Leo. Tho only difference was the the diocese of Montauban and one, and that when Gov. Blackburn because Death removed on Mondav a waII it was defective. ofHo child "RRiinH n then olics. Another thing In his favor placed where ho can no longer men- absence of some of tho foreign Carlater to metropolitan seo of was sworn in. However, from the known and estimable man In the statement dinals, especially from the United and wrote an article for standpoint of Democracy it could was tho fact that a Prof. Pulliam, ace the people." uesancon. states. Popo Benedict in his allocu- December 13, 1891 Death of tho not be equaled, tho weather being person of Michael Thomas Callahan, me socialist paper, the New York summoned by tho Government, for many years with J. Bacon & Call, In which he declared that "th tion before tho Cardinals urged MAOKIN'S ELECTION. testified that the obscene matter Rev. Nicolaus Ballets; born in meai, mo entnusiasm great ana tho Sons and long a dovout peace among the warring powers, a member of case is a strong argument for birth was In Latin and that he, as an Saltburg, Austria, November 22, farewell speech of Gov. McCreary at. L,ouis Bertrand's parish. just and lasting Alpeace, which control" and that "If expert Latin scholar, had a hard followed by Gov. Stanley's address The annual election of officers at1808; ordained November 27, though death camo to him without legally prevented tho I couldof havo favored none. This happy result birth time in translating it so that the tracted a large attendance tho 183i ; came to America in 1836 being masterpieces. at the could bo attained only by "an warning it did not find him unpre- child I would have dono it." Then obscenity in it would be more ap meeting of Mackln Council on MonTho biggest and best feature and and labored among tho Catholic of ideas, based upon good nn Jiia parent. District Attorney Donald day night. Twelve Germans of Pennsylvania and tho ono that will live long in tho pared, for ho approached the sacra- ho proposed sterilization son claimed before the close of tbe quired to count the tellers were re will, and calm deliberation, New Jersey; appointed pastor of memory of thoso who witnessed It ments regularly. Mr. Callahan was universal remedy for tho situation. vote, which re- recognizing the aspirations of duly all, was tho parado of Democrats from born near Frankfort, but camo to "Sterilize defectives in this generatrial that he had been deceived by St. Brookeliminating the unjust and impostion Pullam in regard to tho testimony sulted as follows:O. Hubbuch. lyn, where ho celebrated tho six- all sections of the State, the Frank- this city when a young man and for less and we will have 50 per cent, President S. sible and taking into account with defectives In tho next. Sterilize ho would offer and endeavored to of Arrangements nearly half a century ho resided tieth anniversary of his ordina- fort Commltteo M. First Vice President F. equal measure what is just and pos- have that worthy indicted, but tion and remained until his having everything timed to a here, respected by his friends and defectives for threo generations and Schaad. wo wil havo a nearly normal race." 81D10. nicety. Pulliam left town before the offiOver seventy automobiles neighbors. Surviving him aro two death. Second Vice President R. L. Theso sweeping statements did not Tho Cardinals from tho belligerent December apprehend him. As cials could 14, 1715 Death at tho were at the head of tho foot march- sons, Thomas F. and John Calla- tako Into account, countries were almost all in the proof that the Latin was easily Scheckler. as ago of eighty-on- o years of ers and the latter made a string han, and threo daughters, Mrs. J. never takes Into account, radicalism Financial Secretary, F. G. Adams. group of Cardinal priests, in their two miles long, all In all presentlny B. Meyer, Jr., and translated the District Attorney put tho Thomas Dongan, Earl of Limerick a Misses Lillle and moral evils which would result great Recording boys on the Secretary two nineteen-year-ol- d G. order of seniority. The English CarW. beautiful sight from tho brow of Lizzie Callahan. Ho jiIho lp.ivnn n from and first Catholic Governor of dinal Bourne, Archbishop of WestBuckle. stand, who easily translated the New York, who proclaimed tho tho Capitol hill as thoy camo along sister, Mrs. Hannah Rlhn, and a such measures and their final inadequacy in tho lino of tho physical minster, camo first; Cardinal De matter. The list of jurors Treasurer G. J. Thornton. Chartor of Liberties, now known with banners and colors flying to number of nieces and nephews. Tho Cabrieres. Bishop of MontDelller. trying the case were T. O. Ounn, Marshal Theo. Buckle. ts "The Dongan chartor," at tho tho tuno of many and Inspiring nmerai tooK place Thursday morn- Improvement of tho race. episode As a result second, and U. It. Jenkins, Stephen F. Harrold, Cardinal Inside Sentinel James Radlgan. Franco, New YorK city Hall, October 31, marches. Tho Covington Democratic ing from St. Patrick's church, when In Chicago, It of tho whole Beguln, Archbishop of Quebec, John P. Hall, J. A. Crawford, E. O. announced, Outside Sentinel H. Pfeicer. 1683; born in County Kildare, Club mado a neat appearance In Father Cronin preached an instruc- a movement ishad been set on They wore separated by the to bo Dent, B. R. Tanner, C. E. Brown, Executive Committee J. J. Lynn, third. Cardinal Seraflni, from CarIreland, in 1634. descendant of their dressy uniforms, also the tive sermon on tho necessity of al- afresh to legallzo tho practice foot monk, C. J. Guy Nevin, J. S. Skinner, J. S. Cave, of an ancient Irish Catholic family; clubs from Fayette county and ways being prepared A. C. Link, Charles dinal von Hartmann, Archbishop of "birth control." .At the present tlmo for death. Skinner and Phillip S. North. buried In St. Pancras churchyard, Campbell camo In for honorable Raidy and John Ratterman. any physician who aids In this mat- Cologne, who was the last of tho Watson acted as chief counsel for mention. From point of men in President-elecLondon. tor is subject to fine of $5,000 and lino Louisville took first place, havthe defense and attempted to intro- and Charlest RaidySeb. O. Hubbuch group. DEDICATED. 1C, December spoke for the 1785 Tho Rev. ing over 1,100 five years In prison a most dePope Benedict looked well and duce testimony that he was being Charles Whelan, O. M. Cap., autos following, on foot, with many persecuted by tho Catholic church, successful candidates and gave as- strong. He was full of determinaand this large deleThe most impressive religious served punishment. The aim is now chaplain In Do Grasse's fleet, suc- gation was given but this was overruled by Federal surance that Mackln Council would tion, especially when delivering his hearty applause ceremony ever witnessed at St. to havo this law repealed. Dr. Robceeded Father Ferdinand Farmer Judgo Lambdin, who stated that bo given a progressive administra- allocution. In which ho again conwriter Matthews was when tho Right Rev. inson, tho Socialist prime on medin charge of St. Peter's church, along the line of march. ical topics, is tho mover in County this was a Government prosecution tion during the year 1916. Treas- demned tho horrors of war. In his A. Barclay street, Now York, tho was Chief Attorney of Scott Bullitt Bishop O'Donaghuo, assisted by the matter. In tho New York Call strictly and that he would not al urer Georgo J. Thornton and Presi allocution the Pope said to the Cartho first rejrularly settled pastor In delegation, Marshal Joseph Louisville Vicar Goneral Cronin and others of he anounces that "a band of relow any other testimony except that dent Lynn urged interest in tho dinals: ho and Overborg, that city. dedicated tho Imposing formers has already been selected referring to the obscene 'Without doubt you aro aware of matter social club and the various athletic Charles Barker and Jake Hartstorn, tho clergy, Trinity church on Sunday to assail tho legislators transmitted through tho mails by activities of Mackln Council. Will-la- the difficulties which un to tho nres- - December 16, 1838 First mission his aides, all being mounted on now Holy morning. Tho Blshon and Fnthnr ussenioie in me capital. when thoy in tho entire Northwest estab- fiery (?) chargers from a Frankfort . Watson." To Watson's defonse tbat M. Higglns, of tho Kentucky ent havo impeded us from convoking .. lfnl lished at Cowlitz, Wash., now In livery stable. Bohlsen, tho pastor, preceded muo years ago," .no goes on - to the obsceno matter was only in- Irish American, and Grand President tho Sacred College. If finally I have Frank McGrath, Johnthe tho dloceso of Seattle, by Father Chairman of the City and County by altar boys and clergy, led say, "wo wero treated like criminals telligible to those able to read Robert T. Burke called attention to been granted today to seo you again Augusttno Maglolro Blanchet, and committee, and John J. Barry, tho congregation out of the church when wo attempted to get tho matIn goodly numbers. It is not because Latin the Judge ruled that if it was first mass offered there in the President of the Mose Green Club, anu around it, tho clergymen per- ter before Congress. But tho wido discerniblo to anyone it was a viola- tho widespread ofmovement for tho thoso difficulties havo become less, organization Catholic young but because wo feared that by longer bouse of Simon Plamandon. tion of the United States postal men, and pointed out led the foot marchers, and In- forming tho outdoor rites which discussion of tho Chicago caso has how this could delay the procedure of the Roman uacember e 17, 1914 Death laws. In questioning at terspersed between tho columns of consecrated tho ground and tho mado it impossible for tho lawbo done through tho Young curia might seriously suffer, since Inspector Knight, Watson asked if best Leavensworth, Kas., of Mother marchers were two bands of music building to tho good works of the makers to Ignore tho subject any Teresa Victoria, O. S. P. (Har- and a drum corps. At every .stop- church. Another portion of the longer. Tho caso has no direct he was a member of the Knights Men's Institute, which Is constituted auring tins year and tho one just bearing on birth control, for tho riot Messonier) ; entered tho or- ping placo tho Moso Green quar- ceremony of Columbus, and the witness an- and In position to meet every re- passed not a few are tho vacancies their which death has caused in the Sacred der of Oblate Sisters of Provi- tette, headed by Jako Graft and trance Intotook placo on High en- mother had two healthy children. swered "No." Watson also at- quirement desired. the edifice. mnss But tho publicity which tho caso College. If at all times the loss of dence January 8, 1852; mistress Ford. Echsner, sang their famous was then celebrated tempted to introduce into the trial bv Fathnr has received has at least swept enlightened councillors and trusted of novices under tho founder, Inauguration melody, and tho lines that he was being persecuted for his "BABE" FILBIN DEAD. assistants causes sorrow to the courso in tho Frank case when ho Mother Elizabeth Lango; sixty-tw- o referring to tho part played by Bohlsen, who had for his assistants away thoso barriers of silence which Peter Berreshelm, Daniel hitherto havo kept tho subject or years in religion. advocated and espoused hanging of Louisville In tho recent election The dally papers Sunday chron- - Roman Pontiff, It is much more so by frame in tno Mary I'nagan case. lciea tna oeatti nr .Tnhn s "Tinha" now, having assumed tho govern December 18, 1669 Indian mission mado a big hit. Every prominent Driscoll and Edward Boes. Rov. childbirth from consideration of St. Francis Xavler, Wis., es- Democrat and city and county offi- James if. cronin, V. G., of St. Pat our great American public." This was ruled out by the court. Fllbln, tho announcement of which ment or tho cnurch. In this grave And so wo havo tho wholo meat Watson's chief counsel, William gave sorroy to tho many who know and historic moment boforo tho astablished by tho Rev. Claude cial from here was on hand, and If riots, preached the sermon, In H. Fleming, Alouez, S. J., famous Jesuit mis- there was any doubt about harmony which he praised the work and tho of tho story. The pernicious pracin his argument and loved him In life. "Babo" was sembly, notwithstanding the ruin pleaaed for the dismissal of his only a newsboy and a hopeless crip- accumulating during tho last sixteen sionary, who was appointed by among Louisville Democracy It was generosity of tho people of St. tice of artificial birth control is to client, but did not defend his courso ple at that, yet his daily life was months; notwithstanding that tho Monsignor Laval, Bishop of dispelled Tuesday. Col. James P. Matthews in helping toward the bo taught to tho people and enof sending vile and obscene matter a shining example to all, his cheery desire for peace grows dally in many brutality What Quebec, tho first Vicar Gonoral Whallen, Jailer Charles Foster and construction of of such a beautiful couraged. through tho mails, and his tribute disposition and pleasant smile be- hearts and that numberless families with Jurisdiction over tho terri- Sheriff Charles Cronan mado the templo of worship. In the evening thought and action will such a to the Catholic Sisters and Cath- ing a treat to the hundreds who In their sorrow long for it; notwithtory now comprising the United trip In nn automobile and arrived mere was solemn vespers and n violation of tho natural laws bring Even in this particular inolics in general was galling to Wat- passed him dally with his littlo standing that wo havo tried every just In time at the Capitol grounds sermon by the Rev. Andrew Thome. forth States. stance tho representatives of "scison and Marvin Brown, tho editor bundle of papers no mater how means that might hasten peace or to receive an ovation from tho ence" aro at odds, for ono thinks of tho Menace, who was present in rough tho weather, being over faith- allay discord, nevertheless tho fatal Louisvillo marchers who were going RECENT DEATH. CHILDREN'S FESTIVAL. an advisory capacity and also to get ful to his customers and patrons. war still grows in fury by land and that birth control could have been uy. Mayor liuscnemoyer had made practiced to advantage in tho Chia line for a similar case to bo He was a familiar figure at tho sea and threatens unfortunate ArMonday morning the funeral of the trip in advance with Lieut. Gov. Is tho children who keep It the cago case and tho other thinks oth pushed against tho Menace. Mr. corner of Fourth and Green and menia with extreme ruin. Theodore Schelber was held from McDermott, and they wero special Fleming paid his respects to tho Third and Jefferson, coming there "The letter which on tho anni St. Charles Borromeo church, of guests of honor with the Frankfort spirit of Christmas alive. Thoy are erwise. The radical organ. Tho tho living excuses for youth in peo- New Republic, whllo it champions Sisterhood in highest terms, saying about twelve years ago, and con- versary of the beginning of war wo which ho was a faithful member. reception committee. that no one has a higher respect stant attention to his duties en- addressed to the belligerent peoples He was twenty-fou- r As this was tho first gathering ple who imagine they have grown birth control and thinks tho Chi years old and for these "sweet-face- d of State Democrats since the official too old to indulge in frivolities. If cago doctor "a pioneer," is doubtabled him to support a widowed and their rulers, though It received women whom wo see on tho mother and baby brother. He was a reverent hearing, it by no means tho son of Mr. and Mrs. August result of the Governor's race was there were no children in the world ful as to whether wo could trust 2702 West Kentucky announced, streets in brown, seeking contribu- always ready to help other strug- produced the beneficent effects that Schelber, many discussed tho Christmas would como and go, a dis- any ono with tho "ultimate detions to aid them in educating tho gling newsboys and waifs of tho were expected. As Vicar of Him street. Besides his parents he is closeness of the race and the regarded date In tho almanac, like cision" as to what children aro unpoor and tho negroes, than I havo, street, and tho older boys saw to who is tho peaceful king and the survived by a brother, William J. causes therefor. Some said the the anniversary of tho Boston tea fit and what children otherwise. If and I firmly believe that their re- it that no one Interfered of with prince by peace, wo can not bo but Schelber, and two sisters, Misses trouble was caused by too much party or the Chicago fire. For wo can not trustasmedical men with ward will bo measured by the scope uabo's" district to the unfit tho misfortunes of so many Josephlno B. and Anna Schelber. Haldeman In the party; W. B. grownups would feel Durinir his Ill moved they no the decision of their and sacrifices." ness or tnn naRt smrnrnl mnntJin ha or our children; we can not but con Haldeman appointed on the Racing longer had an excuse that being as In early life, how can we have them decide tho status of a child He concluded with an appeal to was romnmhorort hv mnnir nrhn 1...T tlnually raise our hands in sunDlica The funeral of Mrs. Maggie Commission, he In turn securing tho young as they want to for be. Christsmoothe tho thing over, and lot missed him from his dally haunts Mon A? tho Goa of mercies, ontreat- - Herbold, beloved wife of Philip appointment of his nephew, Walter mas is a children's .festival because as yet unborn? Catholics should uso every means Catholics and Protestants live to- and many wore the queries as to ing Him with our whole heart that Herbold, 2218 Griffiths avenue, was Haldeuan Pearce, as Secretary of It is tho anniversary of tho birth of to combat theso radical and un gether In peace and harmony. ms condition from tho hundreds He may deign in his power to put an held Tuesday morning from St. the Commission; then Haldeman's a Child and every child In the world healthy proposals, leading to sinful Assistant District Attorney Miller, who loved the littlo cripple as a end to this sanguinary conflict. church, was attempt to remove the committee in for the Government, delivered a brothor. Ho boro his suffering While wo seek with all our resources Cecilia's esteemed of which shemem- Louisvillo followed by his attempt should be allowed to celebrate It. and destructive violations of tho a highly and devout telling argument for tho conviction with patlenco and resignation, be- to alleviate the doleful consequences, Race suicldo and to secure tho seat of Uroy Wood- No healthy person who has children natural law. Mrs. of Watson, pleading that a man of ing resigned to his fate and to the we feel obliged by our apostolic of- ber. illnessHerbold suffered a linger- son as National Committeeman, all can resist the atmosphero of Christ- sterilization will not assist us in ing with Christian fortitude Watson's caliber should bo placed end was over thoughtful of this coupled together meaning mas or fall to appreciate its signifi- tho solution of tho problem' of tha of tho fice to inculcate anew tho only where ho should no longer be a welfare of others. His funeral took means which can quickly put an end and her death was not unexpected. the loss of thousands of votes, and cance. No healthy person without feebleminded and defective. SegreBesides her husband she leaves two now do- menace. He said in part; placo from the Cathedral Tuesday to the tremendous conflagration. daughters, Misses from Gov. Stanley down tho children of his or her own can af- gation of thoso undoubtedly Helen and Cecilia Democratic State officials are thanx-in- g ford, for tho atCke of his or her own lecuvo ana aavico as to tho absten"I am not hero to engage in any morning with a requiem mass and Prepare for that peace which the religious argument. I am not here touching sermon by Rev. Father whole of humanity ardently wishes Herbold. tion their stars that the Democrats youth, sentiment and religion, to may from marriage for others who to defend or to condemn the Roman Rock, who had been a dear friend for, that is a peace that Is Just and rear defective children is tho of the Fifth district didn't allow fall to appreciate the real signifi- way we must Ill for over a year with cancer, the bungling of Haldeman to in- cance of meet this matter. Tho lasting not advantageous Catholic faith. It makes no differ- of "Babo" In life. to ono Christmas. Set out to mako destructive Ideas of Irresponslbllty ence to you, gentlemen, whether James S. McGrath, City Plumbing terfere with their Interest in the some poor little kiddle, who alone of the belligerent parties. perhaps and selfishness, leading to so much every word contained In these mag"The way which can surely lead to Inspector and brother of Roger party. CATHOLIC ORPHAN SOCIETY. without your help will azines Is true or false; It is for you this happy result Is that which has McGrath, Secretary of tho Board of Another cause of Democratic terest tragedy of youthfeela the bit- greater evils, must bo stamped out Santa to decide whether tho reading of discouraged. Against this been tried and found misAt the general meeting of tho already in similar circumstances,satis- Works, was released from earthly defection was attributed to the Com- Clausloss Christmas morning happy and of radicalism wo must latest move these articles would cause tho emfactory and suffering early Tuesday morning at taken policy of the Campaign Catholic Orphan Society, held Sun In which wo mado mention in our and you will bo astonished at your phatically and decisively pit our enyoung to think upon sexual his homo, 1800 Eastern Parkway. mittee bargaining with the happiness and rejuvenated ergies. or as expressed by tho court, day afternoon at St. Vincent's Or- last letter. That is, an exchange of Mr. C. B. of C. V. deliverers of the labor vote, atten- own If tho manner of expression is such phanage, nominations for officers for Ideas, be It direct or indirect, based yearsMcGrath was born here forty tion being called to this in theso youth. ago and was a graduate of as would affront or offend the mod- the coming year were made as fol- upon good will and calm deliberation HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY. father, columns at the time. That this is esty of refined persons." lows: and sot forth with clearness, duly St. Xavler's College. His was a conceded now is shown by tho fact AWFUL DEATH. the late John McGrath, Mr. Miller read an excerpt from President William T. Meehan, recognizing the aspirations of ail, In celebration of the hundredth that the appointment of the Stato one of tho magazines and remarked Edward J. Bosler. eliminating tho unjust and Impos- Lieutenant In tho First police dis- Labor Inspector will go elsewhere While responding to an alarm of anniversary of tho founding of the to tho Jury that ho could not unsible and taking into account with trict for many years. Learning tho than Louisville, and it has been fir early Sunday morning a col- first Catholic church in Scott county Veene-maVice President Harry A. derstand any Southern white man equal measure what is just and pos- trade of a plumber when a young suggested to Labor Commissioner lision occurred between Chemical a mission is being conducted at Sr., John A. Doyle. St. man he who would put into print an Treasurer George H. Naber. B. sible. Naturally, as In all human expert, became recognized as an Cohen by his chief Louisvillo sup- Company No. 4 and a street car at John's Catholic church, Georgetown, article so nauseating. and had supervised tho porter that a now woman Inspector Fifteenth Mr. Miller J. Campb61I, Jr. controversies which must bo settled by tho Rov. Father Charles Cassldy, and Market that resulted said that while tho witness Pulliam through Financial Secretary S. R. Hard- - parties the efforts of the contending drafting of tho present plumbing be appointed to succeed Madge Nave in tho nlmost InBtant death of Holy mass was n of St. Paul, Kan. was engaged In translating themeslves, it is absolutely laws. Surviving him are three and that the local Democratic orthe man. Edward Rider and the serious said thoro as early as lri 1793, when Latin extracts from the witness Recording Secretary Harry T. necessary that concessions bo mado brothers, Roger McGrath, Edward ganization select the appointee. upon some point by both parties; J. McGrath stand Saturday ho (Mr. Miller) had Colgan, Otto Many Louisvillo Democrats wero injury of Capt. Michael Lovett. Capt. Father Baden, the first priest over and William A. McWIrth. a picture In his mind of tho dethat some of tho hoped-fo- r advan- Grath, and four sisters, Misses entertained by Charles J. Veiling Lovett was driving tho chomlcal ordained in this country, camo to Corresponding Secretary Charles tages must bo renounced, and that Kentucky. Just a fendant in his library at Thomson, Katherino, Blanche and Virginia and H. Z. Churchill, of the Aud- machino and Pipeman Rider was on ago tho cornerstone hundred years "gorging hmself upon tho basest, T Faulkner. Lawrence Worlnnd. of tho church each must mako with good grace McGrath and Mrs. Herman Moelier, itor's office, who arranged a buffet tho seat besldo him. Both were Tho election for tho Central offi- such concession, even at tho cost of most degradng lterature, and pickwith whom ho mado his home. Tho luncheon for their local friends, hurled into tho air by tho impact at White Sulphur was laid. ing out tho filth and disseminating cers, as well as olection of officers somo sacrifice, so as not to assume which proved a treat Indeed for and alighted In tho street.. Capt. funeral it, so that thoso may read It who of the respective branches, will be boforo God and man the enormous church, was held from St. James footsore and hungry Democrats. Lovett was internally injured, but BECOMES VICAR GENERAL. which was thronged with Many havo not access to tho original vol- held at the meeting places of each responsibility for tho continuation of aro also indebted to Warden will recover. Rider's skull was umes. Those Latin extracts have branch In their respective parishes this shedding of blood, of which his- sorrowing friends and relatives. The Rev. Joseph A. Flynn, o Wells, of the Reformatory, who, fractured and he died on the way tory records no counterpart and como down from tho Middle Ages," on Sunday, December 19. the fact that he had thou- to tho City Hospital. His funeral tho Church of the Good! Ed at TAKES GOOD PLACE. ho said, "and I see no 'good faith' which, if prolonged further, might sands of visitors, handled them all was hold Tuesday afternoon from Frankfort, will bo tho "1 in tho publication of the article mean for Europe the beginning of with polltness and saw to it per- St. Patrick's church. of the Covington dloce.1! SEES TnE BIG ONES. James Scanlon, formerly Deputy sonally that none were slighted. which contained them, for every decadonco from tho degree of prosof St. Mary's Cathodrl perous civilization o which tho Clerk In the tPolico Court and an reasonable man In Georgia knows Col. P. tho consecration of OATnOLIO MAYORS. that no such questions aro asked spent the H. Callahan, of this cltv. Christian religion has raised her earnest worker for the Democratic FORTY nOURS. Brossart. Father Flyl last half of last week In from nothing." of girls and women in the Catholic party, left Saturday for Washington, Tho recently elected Lord Mayor in Louisvillo and ordfJ confessional today." He. Is simply wasnington and was a caller at the where he has been appointed to a The Forty Hours devotion "r Cat! Is appealing to the passions and prej- White House on Friday, where hoi ELECTED OFFICERS. clerical position in the office of the honor of tho Blossed Sacrament wil of London New a Catholic. Mayor at tho Covington first! Mitchell, York City, Is also of ho assumed hts udices of the people, so as to set taiKea for some time with Secre bill clerk of the House of Repre- open in St. Patrick's church tomor '.he same of faith, and both aro giving has labored with mar r few more dollars for himself, de--J tary Tumulty.' He also called on Division 3, A. 0. H., had a sentatives by Congressman Swagar row morning with a high mass an' in admlnistraton that discriminates Lexington, Newport, clared Mr. Miller. Senators James and Beckham. largely attended meeting Monday Sherley. continue until Tuesday. During against no class or religion. irranKtort. HUNG JURY PEACE URGED INAUGURATION RADICALISM Hen-ness- y. sixty-seven- th ge Francis-In-tho-Flold- s, ob-sce- no m Post-offic- J 1 self-deni- al I mat-tor- s; ed n, Pipe-ma- de-spi- to a JSaBOCSlJOKlY KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. it EVERY SATURDAY. eted le the Seclal Md Moral liyaactmtmtet of Irish Aaeflcm cad Csflrallc Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order ol Hlberalans,' Yoaag Mtn'a Institute sad CathoHc Knights of America. PUBLISHED Incorporated, IJ&IStJEX A3SJEl&XCJkJSi: This Announcement Heralds and Exploits With Vigor Our Firm Decision That SOCIETY DIRECTORY. A. Second and 0. H. Lleder-kran- DIVISION 1. Publishers KENTUCKY IF1IH AMERICAN PRINTING CO.. SINGLE COPY C PRICE, ONI DOLLAR PER YEAR 4VB8CRIPTI0N n flsrUr. Clancy. BaUnd at tat.LsahrWs PsiUSHcs si Recording Secretary Daniel McWt Onca St. Carthy. CaiBiMliaNH to tke KlRTUCr HBSH AMexiCAN, MraH Treasurer Thomas Keenan. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Tarpy. SMgnd-Cls315-2- 1 Hall, Sixth and Walnut. President Mark Ryan. Vice President William Cushing. Secretary Edward Financial Fourth Thursday, z PICTVRE DEPARTMENT MUST BE CLOSED OUT BEFORE CHRISTMAS. We have determined that the selling shall not lag, and that if it is physically possible, no pictures shall be on hand at Christmas time. To this direct end we have carefully revised and regrouped the entire stock and offer to the public a most artistic collection of, pictures at UNEXAMPLED AND MIGHTY REDUCTIONS. In the collection are oil paintings, etchings, color prints, photogravures, water colors and photographs of rare quality and the execution. Many of these represent standard works-an, handicraft of world-fame- d artists. This is a closing out sale in every sense of the term an imperative, limited event that must be pushed with all vigor an occasion that PRESENTS UNPARALLELED AND INTENSELY INTER. ESTING VALUES TO IIOMESEEKERS AND GIFT SEEKERS ALIKE. These arc pictures exquisitely framed appropriately framed for every room in the house. Prudent gift buyers wil bo especially enthusiastic on account of the very exceptional savings as well as the assurance of purchasing highly appreciable gifts. TRADES ffig?) COUNCU. fr DIVISION 2. Meets LOUIS YILLE, KY SATURDAY. DECEMBER 11, 1915. AFrilOVE THE MESSAGE. The people at large have voiced their approval of President Wilson's President message to Congress. Wilson gave most attention to the subject of "preparedness," making many excellent suggestions and to doubt. some that are subject Every question that concerns the domestic and foreign relations of the United States has received due consideration, and the message contains enough to keep the present tha session Congress busy until ends. ENGLISH SS"iJsi"SNpKPWe?pW3e"SV,SrteT SOGIETY. rnFVeiViVejWrvwsFSFVipiWpnp9feV,eve J Keoney. Hall, Sixth and Walnut. President Joseph Lynch. Vice President Daniel O'Keefo. 'Recording Secretary John T. Secretary Edward J. Hel- - First Wednesday Llederkranz Financial Kelran. Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s GROUP 1 19c Mrs. P. L. Tracy was last week loa. the guest of Mrs. B. L. Elliott, Miss Mary Virginia Campbell left Monday for Bardstown, to be tho guest of Miss Lyda Lltsoy. Thomas Hannan. John P. FEELING. The feeling of England against the United States was manifest In the House of Commons on Monday, Parliawhen Lord Robert "Cecil, mentary Undersecretary, replying to queries regarding the Ford peaco mission, parried the issue by saying: "Speaking for myself, I think it would bo in .the highest degree undignified for the Government of this country to send any Intimation to a lot of ladles and gentlemen who, whatever their merits may be, are It of no particular Importance." was also urged that the Americans l notified J that their mission would I "Irritating and unwelcome." MAKES BAD BREAK. Tho President's secretary, J. P. Tumulty, who according to our enemies Is working harder for tho Pope than for tho President, has publicly denied that there Is eviwere dence that the Carranzlstas guilty of tho cruelties and shameful atrocities laid to their charge by Mexican and American Bishops, Dr. Francis Kelley and others. Now Dr. Kelley, and Dr. TIerney, of New York, hold affidavits In proof of their contentions, but these legal papers are not accepted as evidence in the absence of similar affidavits oiuciaiiy lanen Dy government repn resentatives. This causes the Visitor to suggest that Tumulty n can not be (?) after all. The best that can be said for the secretary Is that he made a' bad break, and some think not without Sun-dapriest-ridde- 0 Portland. nian Home, President John M. Maloney. Vice President Matt J. O'Brien. Recording Secretary Thomas Miss Edith King has returned' from a visit to Miss Lois Hunt Kllleen. Financial Secretary John J. Hes- Shacklette at Brandenburg. eion, Jr. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. Miss Kathe O'Connell entertained Sergeant-at-Arm- s Martin Kale a number of friends Saturday evenher. ing In honor of Edger L. Thomas. Sentinel Thomas Noone. Mrs. Mason Williams, Southern Parkway, has been entertaining DIVISION 4. Miss Estella Noonan, of Frankfort. Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. $35.00. GROUP 1.19 Mrs. A. C. Buckner, who has been President John H. Hennessy. the guest of Mrs. J. T. Martin and GROUP 10 $12.95 composed of 100 splendid pictures, Including Copley This lot is Vice President Thomas Lynch. Mrs. Nolan, has returned to her photoprints, Wallace Nutting's water colors and Financial Secretary Thomas J. In this lot are just 6 pictures, including values from $25.00 to homo at Taylorsvllle. gravures; also photographs, landscapes, colonials and other artistic $35.00; represented are oil paintings, water cqlors, Grafton and Langan. subjects beautifully framed; these were regularly $2.00, ?2.50, ?3.00 English prints; all aro different, and each picture is magnificently Recording Secretary John J. Misses Katherine and Nanno and $3.50. framed. Coleman have returned from Cin- Barry. cinnati, where they visited their Pat Connelly. , Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s sister. Mother Fidells. Thomas Far-THE SOUTH'S HIGHEST CLASS DEPARTMENT STORE rell. Mrs. George Edelen and daughter, Sentinel M. J. McDormott. Miss Margaret, have returned from New Haven, where they visited Mr. Y. M.I. and Mrs. James H. Mahoney. MAOKIN COUNCIL, 205. Mrs. Frank Griffith, of Columbus, Ind was for the past week the Meets Monday Evenings at Club INCORPORATED guest of her sisters, Misses Jean House, 344 North Twenty-sixtand Amy McCann, In Jeffersonvllle. President John J. Lynn. We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates. First Vico President John W. Mrs. Charles E. Cooney, after Murphy. a three weeks' visit with her parSecond ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wathen, P. Schadd. Vice President Martin has returned to her home In Treasurer George J. Thornton. 4G44664G4&S Flnaricial Secretary A. C. Link. &&&&$&$&M&$$& Recording Secretary William G. Mrs. M. J. Bannon, Bardstown road, entertained as guests last Buckel. Do Marshal Harry Alberts. week Mesdames Thomas Keenan; Inside Sentinel Edward Gratzer. Joseph Farrell, John Riley and J. Outside Sentinel Harvey Pfelf- B. Campbell. fer. Executive Committee Frank G. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Burns have returned to their homo in Omaha, Adams, Thomas Bachman, Frank after spending the summer with Geller, A. W. Andrlot, John R. their daughter, Mrs. John Godfrey, Barry. Crescent Hill. 1818-182' DIVISION 8. Meets 1st and 3rd Monday There are just 34 pictures and mirrors at this remarkably low price; In this lot are exactly nineteen pieces, mostly "Mother's Mottoes." all aro of extra fine quality, photogravures, water colors and Copley Regularly priced from 35c to 50c. prints; in excellent subjects and beautifully framed; these formerly sold from $2.75 to $G.50. GROUP 2 37c GROUP 6 -- $1.85 at Hiber- GROUP 7 $2.95 pictures that were regularly priced 50c, 65c and Contains forty-fiv- e These are photogravures and color prints. Copies of standard . 37 magnificent pictures; no two alike; etchings, Copley prints, color subjects and old masters. In ebony, oak, gold or walnut frames. pilnts, water colors, photogravures, Aste porcelains In shadow boxes e pictures; sizes 14x18 up to 20x2G Inches; these and other 3-- 55c GROUP were originally $5.00, $6.50, and $7.50. 71 photogravures, color prints and pastels; in a large variety of GROUP 8 $4.45 subjects, including old masters, landscapes and artistic figures; all Saddler etchings, Grafton prints, water colors and finest photoframed In moldings suitable to subjects; these sold regularly at $1.00. gravures; framed in gold, oak, genuine mahogany or walnut; there are just 17 pieces In this group, which embraces the very best subGROUP 4-- 79c jects; former prices ranged from $7.50 to $12.50. A remarkable collection of over 100 pieces, including standard GROUP 9 $8.95 subjects, color prints, water colors and photogravures; also landscapes Just 7 pictures, embracing water colors, oil paintings and photoand figures by famous artists; these were regularly priced $1.25, $1.35, gravures; very flnost subjects, artistically executed; framed in gold; ?1.60, ?1.75 and $2.00. sizes 14x18 up to 22x26 inches; these originally sold from $15.00 to 75c. high-grad5-$- hand-color- ed h. KmtfmunStmm I (Ua 70 Years Under the Same Name. bacon a SQN Your Shopping Early. Mrs. William Wolfenberger was KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. last week called to Bowling Green, wiiere her rather, Gus Bardmaker, was critically ill, and died soon after her arrival. Late News That Will Interest Miss Elizabeth Kremer, who is attending Dana Hall, will return next week to spend the holiday season with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Kremer. Miss It Will Be to Your Advantage to Purchase Your Gifts From Members Here and THE CHRISTMAS STORE Handkerchiefs For Gifts Children's Handkerchiefs; with colored embroidered corner; put up 2 In box; per box...,10c Children's Handkerchiefs with colored border; 3 in fancy 10c box; per box with Children's Ilnndkcrchiofs; nursery rhymes; 3 In fancy 15c box for Handkerchiefs; Children's with colored initial; 6 in a fancy box; per box..50c Women's and Cliildren',s Handkerchiefs; with colored borJc der; price 2 for with Handkerchiefs; Women's white or colored embroldored corner, or initial; 3 in fancy 25c box for ' Handkerchiefs; sheor Women's emquality; with colored broidered corner; 3 in fancy 20c box; per box in all Handkerchiefs; Women's white or colored embroidered corner; put up 6 in a box; per 50c box 98c, 75c and all-llne- n; cosreion. OATHOLIO LITERATURE. Certain it is, in the words of Father John Burke, "If wo are to make ourselves truly Catholic in our character, our aims, our principles, then we must be readers of Catholic litorature." Catholic books and periodicals are staple food for Catholic minds which without them Inevitably show signs' of weakness and disease. A largo portion of the dally press, many of tho popular magazines, plays presented everywhere, lectures and books lauded on all sides, even much work done along sociological lines with sincer-egopd will, all these are infected with the poison which broadly may bo called materialism under its various aspects, whether we call It Soworldliness, humanitarianism, cialism, pragmatism, New Thought, or porhaps the higher criticism. Against this formidable army is Catholic literature pitted. Our minds can not serve God and mammon; they can serve but one of the two, and their choice depends largely on whether they accept guidance from the church or from the world, from Catholic literature or from Ibsen, Mneterllnok, Bergson and Tagore. st Cardinal William Boston, was Wednesday. flfty-si- x O'Connell, of years old on distinguished The churchman was the recipient of many congratulatory messages, numbers coming from his Protestant admirers. j TAKE WHITE VEIL. JJ is Hon. Frank T. Walsh, who Chairman of the Federal Committee on Indusrial Relations and owner of the Kansas City P08t with Mrs. Walsh and their two daughters, Misses Marie and Louise, passed through Louisville on Tuesday en route to Loretto, where the young women entered the mother house of the Sisters of Loretto, taking the white veil with a large class of postulants, of which they have been members. They were accompanied by Miss Marie Burnett and Miss ;nri .AaiiiHHaiso of Kansas City. INOK TO LECTURE. VConnor, Medical Ex it local nmgnts or deliver a lecture to POLICE OWN AUTOS, From tho recent bazar for St. Icxt Wednesday even- It being "Insurance." Mary's church In New Albany, con There are eighteen members of the women .braces the recent Im- - ducted bv the il . n of the conere-- 1 ..!(.. ., . flyn .1 Tal Iftnn who II changes In the K. I There was a splendid initiation Susan McDermott, who is on Sunday at Brookvllle, Ind. attending school In New York, will A new instituted return to spend the holidays with tomorrow council will beIowa. at Monticello, her parents, Lieut. Gov. and Mrs. Forty-fiv-e candidates aro awaitEdward J. McDermott. ing the degrees tomorrow at Misses Elizabeth and .Frances Omaha. Malone, will return from school at At Kearney, Neb., last Sunday now members received Cincinnati, and Miss Helen Malone seventy-fiv- e from New York, to bo with their the degrees. parents, Mr. and Mrs. John T. Carroll Council, of Wheeling, refor the Christmas holidays. cently received a class of seventy-fiv- e into membership. MASONIC TESTIMONY. Plans aro under way for a great Fourth Degree exemplification nt Reynold E. Blight, writing In the Indianapolis on Washington's birthBulletin of Los Angeles Consistory day. The next initiation by Louisville of Masons, pays this just tribute: "In certain circles it is popular to de Council is expected to bring tho over tho thousand nounce bitterly the Roman Catholic membership mark. church, and in the condemnation Indianapolis Knights will make forget her splendid achievements and annual visit the Little Sisthe consecrated service she has ren- their of tho Poor ontoSunday, Decemters dered to humanity. Tho long roll of ber 10. patriots, statesmen, philanthropists, Tho last initiation at Arcadia, thinkers, heroes and saintly souls Wis., attracted visitors In largo who have drawn their spiritual in- numbers. Forty-fiv- e received the spiration from her communion is three degrees. proof of the real greatness sufficient The of her religious teaching. Among realized Knights of Oswego, N. Y., $3,000 the priests aro those whose names which will also for their new homo, have become synonymous with purity for Catholic boys. be a headquarters of life and unselfish effort for the Visiting Knights betterment of humanity: Father the inauguration of who attended Gov. Damien, father Mathew, Father were royally entertained by Stanley Junipero Serra, St. Francis of fort Council, tho club rooms Frankbeing Assist, Savonarola. iHor countless open all day. institutions of learning, her maniThere was a total of seventy-thre- e fold charities, tho universality of her candidates at the spiritual appeal, must awaken the Initiation of Evansville fourteenth Council. admiration of all men. It must not About 500 attended the banquet bo forgotten that at her altars the that followed. common people received their first Minnesota has further increased training in democracy. Prince and its membership by at pauper, peasant and merchant, knelt Morris and Fairfax. initiations been This has together, equal before God. During a great year for the order throughthe long night of the Dark Ages the out the Northwest. lamp of knowledge was kept, burning Tolerance monasteries. in the FOR WOMAN'S EYE. knows that there are two sides to every question, and that a picture The sleeve for daytime wear that shows only shadows is essen- should bo long. tially false." Truth commends this again The "llned-up- " to the prayerful perusal of members come Into fashion. skirt has organizations. of The Tnm O'Shanter has taken its place among millinery modes. PRICELESS MINIATURE. Patch pockets are fetching adornA Queen's miniature, priceless in ments seen on many of the new top Value, belongs to the University of coats. Notro Dame. It is the miniature of Both fancy and plain braids conMary Queen of Scots, one of the tinue decidedly modish as a blouse most beautiful and tragic figures in trimming. tho world's history. This miniature Last season's bareback limit Is tho most Jealously guarded of all found small favor with the better many Invaluable art treasures In class women and has passed. the tho great museum of the university, g The jaunty short jacket, for while suqh masterpieces as Van and generally becoming, will d Dyke's "Crucifixion," which is bo Immensely popular' the coming at $75,000, are open to the pub- months. lic, this Httlo painting, the least Woman who are thinking of known and perhaps one of the most Christmas gifts will do well to hear art gems of its kind in tho scarfs in mind. Made from beautiful America, Is carefully locked awny many different materials, they are In a safety vault. the simplest things In tho world to make, cut and sew. JfETS NICE SUM. Ma-lon- Jewelry For Gifts Solid Gold Lnvnllicrs; 10-kar- at plain Women's Handkerchiefs; white with embroidered Initial; put up 6 in a box; prices are, per box, 59c, 49c, 39c and 20c HandkerWomen's chiefs; with embroidered Initial; 6 in a box; per box $1.40 Each 25c. All-Line- gold; with diamond or colored stono settings; at prices ranging down from $15.00 to $4.00 Wnldemnr Chains. Gold filled Waldemar or coat Chains; prices range from $2.50 down to $1.00 Solid Gold Cuff Links. Tie Clasps and Scarf Pins; they gold and wo aro all have a big assortment; priced from $5.00 down to $1.50 10-kar- at n o, it Women's Handkerchiefs; with corner; white embroidered priced at, each 15c, 12 c, 10c, 8 5c and..n Japanese Silk Handkerchiefs; with colored border and fancy design stamped in corner; 25c quality; each 10c they Women's Handkerchiefs; are pure linen with Madeira embroidered corner; 6 in a fancy box; specially priced at, per box. $1.25 Handkerchiefs; made of Women's pure linen or French lawn with embroidered corner; 6 in 08c a box; per box. l-- 3c Brnclet Watches. They aro gold filled and havo 15, 10 and movements; priced from $15.00 down to $5.50 Cnmeo Brooches, with gold settings; very beautiful; priced from $12.00 down to $1.00 Gold Brooches. We bought theso Brooches at per cent, off tho regular price and wo are offering them to our customers at a saving of 33 3 per cent, on their regular prices; ranging from $5.00 down to, each $2.00 Gold Filled Knives; on Waldomar chain; theso make excellent gifts for boys; prlco of both $1.50 Gold Filled Cigar Cutters, or pencil for end of Waldomar price each chain; 50c 10-kar- at at Shaving Stands. Shaving Sets and Mirrors; nickel and silver plated; we havo a complete priced from lino of them; 50c $10.00 down to Gold. Filled Watches. They havo Swiss movoment; open one-thi- rd 1-- frame or hunting case; in men's, women's and boys' to sizes; values $10.00 for ,$1.45 SPECIAL Manufacturers' salo of Sample gold shell and sterling silver, wedding rings and baby rings; white and colored stones in clusters or Tiffanoy settings; price, each 10c Kings, GOOD FICTION AT & 50c PER COPY anti-Catho- lic the Llmbcrlost Gone Laddie Geno Stratton Porter, Stratton Porter, Joyce of tho North Woods Harriet Comstock, Garden of Lies Justus Miles Forman, Tho Key to Yesterday Charles Neville Buck, House of Happiness Kate 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 Llttlo Shepherd of Kingdom Porter, ComeJohn Fox, Jr., Hollow of Her Hand George Tho Melting of Molly Maria Barr McCutcheon, Thompson Davis, Beach, The Iron Trail Rex Mother Cary's Chickens Kate The Inside of the Cup Winston Douglas Wiggin. Churchill, RichMrs. Red Pepper Graco of Juliet The Indifference mond, Chipman Grace Richmond, Tho Marshall Mary Andrew, The Iron Woman Margaret The Net Rex Beach, Girl of Freckles Geno Stratton Porter, Trail of the Lonesome Pine- John Fox, Jr., Once to Every Man Larry EvTho Trey'of Hearts Louis Jos. ans. Vance, Old Rose and Silver Myrtle Reed, That Printer of Udell's Harold Bell Wright. !Tho Ono Woman Thos. Dixon, T. Tembaron Frances Hodgson Jr., Burnett, Peg O' My Heart J. Hartley Awakening of Helena Ritchie Manners, Margaret Deland, Quced Henry S. Harrison, Riders of the Purplo Sago Zano At tho Foot of tho Rainbow Gone Stratton Porter, Grey, Reo Pepper Burns Graco Rich- Valiants of Virginia Halle Ermine Rives, mond, The Second Violin Grace Rich- The Way Homo Basil King, The Woman Thou Gavest Me mond, Hall Calne, Shepherd of tho Hills Harold Bell Wright, The Salamander Owen Johnson, Phyllis A Son of tho Hills Harriet Otherwise Moredith Comstock, Nicholson. Slve your feoya an education that will prepare th for life. youth-givin- ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE V"1 SAVE YOD 113 W. Broadway, oalsville, Xy Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers. Classical, and Scientific limine Courses, Preparatory Department, Lars Swlmmlnr Fool, Well Equipped Oyaoa. turn. IVrtns Mn!r Rro Jamra. Dtr vnl-ue- .., C IftYBV (zed. ..wjiWl'fBW'own their automobile. tx2 LOUISVILLE. KY 426 W. MARKET v GENT Schneider's Meat Market 440 SOUTH Holiday Gift Reserved oh Fart Payiaeat. FIFTH ST. Opposite the Cathedral. BOBHIER, 551 S. Shelby. Near Cbeataat WATCHES, Cut Flowers for all occasions. Special attention given orders. out-of-to- FLORISTS NEUNER CO. INCORPORATED. Choice Beef, Veal. Lamb, Mutton. Haa, HaeeB, Perk, Lard, SaHaags. Telephone City 2241 DIAMONDS, Everything guaranteed jewelry repairing a specialty. JEWURY Watch and NEW NANZ 657 Foartk Ave.. Lemisville, Ky.. V. 1 jKB3sraDXJOja:Y RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS 88&$$88$$$88888888$8e8 Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. AMERICAN ELEVATORS MADE IN IX)UISVHJL.D AMERICAN ELEVATOIt MACHINE CO. ENGRAVERS BCHLICH ENGRAVING COMPAN BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS Fruit Cake and Charlotto Russo ELECTROTYPERS 1104 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET Louisville, Ky MO W. Main St., Homo Phone, City 6574 Home Phone City 6674 . BY & iish (Incorporated) jjkiraRiOAJV. 5 8B8B8B8B8B8B8B888B8B8B8B8 WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY (COUPONS. A CANDKE)D REQUEST We respectfully request our patrons to leave their orders for Christmas Candies as soon as possible and avoid the rush of the last few days. THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATES) CO. STEWART DRY GOODS CO IN CONNECTION WITH JAMES HcCREERY Distillers Of OLD FORTUNA "HOLIjENBACH" 528 W. Main St. SOUR MASH PURE RYE Ixmlsville, Ky. & CO.. NE' v Y0RK- - RUDOLPH U 8c BAUER, 219 West Jefferson. The Christmas Stocks Now at Their Best Iarly are pleasant, for the aisles are then less crow ded. Check your wrans. 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 approi,rate that a virit here at this time is attended with more than the usual pleasu re. Mormy days particu- - CANDY MAKERS 230 West Market. asiaaggggaaaggaBg "SOUTHERN STAR" SLICED BACON "All Rejtdy for Your Griddle in the The Place Whore Old Clothes Are Made to Look like New." SPALDING DRY CLEANING PHONES 1887. OO ioijn:x R. JEUNESSE QUICK MEAL Q AS RANGE possible amount of gas. It is made to last. Mornlnjj" IN TOYLAND These arc days of fascination! Little tots are in awe, as you might expect but you would hardly look for the wonder " at the many ingenius of the " grown-up- s playthings which so subtly combine amusement and instruction. For instance: See the demonstration of American Flyer Trains they are guaranteed for six months. Priced as low Surety Cc'uPns Are Earned SAUSAGE HAMS, LARD, LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. (Incorporated.) Practice Medicine and Surgery "" J."Tr UVlSKAMvfJtTvfSS 10-1- 1 Removed to Suite 812 Storks Bldg. Louisville, Ky. " Hours BUILDING CONTRACTOR . Sunday a. m.; 10-1- 1 7-- 8 p. m. 810 YORK STREET a. m. CO. cz Phono South 1753 Thos. U. Kennedy KENNEDY-COADY Louisville, Ky. Louis D. Coady CO. RITTER-HENNING- S Receivers and Shippers of Hay and Grain. Manufacturers of Shar-FlePoultry and Stock Feeds Hay, Grain, Flour and Mill Feed Cbas. A. Cyphers' New Buffalo Incubators and Brooders LOUISVILLE, KY. Incorporated MEN'S FURNISHINGS 631 WEST WALNUT STREET Home Phone, City 7662 LOUISVILLE, KY. JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURE MOVER and PACKER WAGON OR VAN SOMETHING NEW (Fuel Saving Device) Vapor Heating J. L. BROWNFIELD & CO. Steam and not Water Heating 111 K. THIRD STSEET Home Phone 7846 Cumb. M. 1692 Folding Toy Ironing Boards at Dolls' Swinging Bassinet; white enameled Dolls' Folding Wire Mattress Cribs Toy Wheelbarrow of sheet steel Steel-bod- y Express Wagon 0 size Leather Upholstered Rocldng-Horse-s Basement " $1.00 25c $1.00 $1.50 of the houscM" and iamily supplies, are c.qually entitled to a discount. It is received! here bY saving Surety Cou pons -- nhwh. we jfve out and for which $2.50 own selection, may be in merchandise, had for each filled boofev Always be sure to get Surety. Coupons. Redeemed Here Given When the miin n ia business makes purchases, he insist on getting a discount when he meets his bi s The women, o" whom rests the large burden The most popular cooking device ia the world. Easy to clean, cooks quickly, bakes perfectly and consumes the least GEHER & SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET. HOME PHONE CITY' 3238 DAN of1 J. HENNESSV EDW. A. AXMAN ?i Fall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. ..... 89c $1.29 Leather Goods at Haif Among the lot are the following: Medicine Coses Music Rolls Collar Boxes Handkerchief Cases Handbags Tobacco Pouches Flasks Traveling Cases Bill Folds Coin Purses Being samples, these are naturally of the best of their-gradand all perfect. To secure such leather goods at any time at half price is very out of the ordinary. e Hennessy 1JPSTA1RS STORE. Axman 425 W. $3.00 S25 Wool Blankets $15 "Whito Just at a time to benefit early shoppelS comes this offering of salesmen's "Samples" which we consider ourselves fortunate m secw-in- POPULAR PRICE TAILORS Jefferson Street 1HJG-- Y g. 2525 West Walnut Street PICNIC PA1RTIES A SPECIALTY Home iPhone Shawnee 198G ARTHUR A. WILL A limited number of very Beautiful Fine California Wool Blankets, in the large IIoiu, t.!y i INCORPORATED. Cumb. Sujith size, 80x90. These are especially recommended as an DOUGHERTY-- Sr LANNING COAL CO. THOS. J. BRODERICK 4392-- J BUILDER Montgomery Street Home Phone Shawnee 1010 2431 PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE Home iPhone City 1000 Zane Street Homo Phone 1191 Wtl. SHEET ISGRIGG CONTRACTOR Hollenbach's Wine House KARL A. HOLLENBAOH, Proprletoi METAL 4105 Henry Street Homo Phone, Shawnee 1383-C. G. Importer and Dealer In L. WINES AND LIQUORS 144 South Third Street STIGLITZ & SONS FOR SEE POOLEY CONFIDENTIAL MONEY REUIABLE F. R. POOLEY 1, Courier-Journ- MANUFACTURERS Louisville Made Furnaces S. Ninth St. Home Phone City 2542 210-22- 2 Room Building 415 Fourth Street Homo, City 981 Cumb. S. 981 HOME KILLED MEATS MISS JOSEPHINE WOLF STATE FAIR MEAT MARKET 963 SOUTH THIRD STREET A Full Line of Fancy Groceries CONFECTIONER AND CATERESS Both Phones Weddings and Parties Given Call and Give Us An Order Special Attention Charles Wolf, Manager WE SELL FOR CASH ' unusual gift. They arc 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 White Wool Blankets, with silk ribbon binding and pretty pink or light blue borders; in the size 70x80 inches. $2.50 Comforts $1.85 Heavy Quilted, Cotton-fille- d Com Extra forts, with pretty floral and Persian patterned silkoline covering; in the large size, 72x84. $7.00 Blankets $5.25 Pair Fine Whito Wool Blankets; extra heavy and extra large. Have silk mohair binding and pretty pink and blue border. $3.00 Comforts $2.25 Comforts; with Pure Whito Cotton-fille- d plain satinc borsilkolino covering and der; in the largo size, 72x84 inches. Second Floor Best Quality Pittsburg and iellico Coal. Office and Yards Fifteenth and MagRpJa Avenue Manderine Jewelry 50c Mandcrine Jewelry is the newest thing in jewelry, quite novel in its antique finish and setting of beautiful colored stones. We 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 arc 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 had in cream and white and in both opera and i eck lengths. gift-seeker- s. DR. J. T. CHAWK1 . Wft0.XK"XK"XHX'40j TiIijrtwMS Kill Veterinary Infirmary. 713-71- 5 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET Cm., S. 299a. Home, City 2399. FRANK FEHR BREWING UKXtPOItATED 0 Volland Galendars 50c Here are, indeed, most unique and unusual gifts. They are calendars of fifty-tw- o pages, in book form, with the 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 To T frr 1mw nVrn o j ITIa i HA1 A TkT WW TT 17 VII UXlll C AIIHPUMC I II All CrkT I u ftrwx V. 1 Initialed Bath Towels Priced at 25c Extra Heavy Quality Turkish Bath Towels, in the sixe 21x40, with beautiful embroidered initial. AL. S. SMITH, PROP. II Funeral fi Director and Embalmer BOTH PHONES 810. Women's $3 Handbags S1.9S Initialed Pillowcases Each 25c. Pillowcases, in ;the size 42x36 inches, which arc scalloped and beautifully embroidered in script initials. 25c Pillowcases 19c Hand-cu- t Scalloped Pillowcases; in the sizo 42x36 inches. Second Floor 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET, ( MUUVmuUWVWUmUWWVUVUVHVKUM(UUUUUUUHV I HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071-- y (2 f will profit by this offering, Early on new which brings savings of Handbags of bright pin seal. These are in a variety of shapes, with various linings. Some have insidp frames and some have coin purse and mirror. Main Floor gift-seekers one-thir- d Brewers and Bottlers liOHTSVTLiXiB. KY. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE ! J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES THE BESTliil2 "" SATISFIES THAT LONGING. iM-.....- .t VVVMVWVI J TuT 822 AND EMBALMERS. 3East MauLo. Titttf f gtreet. FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. FREE SERVICE. JOHN F. OERTEL GO. INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. KY, THE FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. 1101.03 EAST BROADWAY. fiXJE&IAlBFtJlS Cumb. Phone West 191 Home Phone l$$ DOUGHERTY V 1 & McELLIOTT and Embalmers Homo City 290S 4 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, 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 cn be found bare All the late aad new Styles and Sbp at reaionable prJcej, WIEDEMANN CTCOnPOBATED BREWING COMPANY'S Sold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excellent Sxtmt Funeral Directors BOTH fTPMANDAOT , Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beersc to GRUBER & DEUSER, Managers, Louisville, Ky. 3EIIOrTJB;5S. Cumb. Main 209S.a 4..!..I.I.IIHM"HlH-w4l-HM"M-M- Leselia Fever Remedy Guaranteed not to contain qui nine, arsenic or any harmful.1 drugs. 12-0- nmt f X f 4 M"M"M"1 Pros, ft Kit. H il'l P. Vice 1 1 i nH,,iMl.H"I"H'li'l"M"H"l"W"M- LAWRENCE Is the best remedy known for these conditions and is independent of the quinibe market. Com-Cel-S- ar The Great Stomach, Kidney Liver and aStjm JOHN B. FRAJOfc WALTERS' M. J. BANNON, BANNGN, JR., J. VEENEMAN, HinlfBI it tfXIK fits, t Trejj. Secretary. Clay Street Brewery . 508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET. LOUISVILLE. KIT, TELEPHONE 2W i!R z. BANNON PIPE CO. OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON HOME PHONES CITY Bottle $1.00 ALL DRUGGISTS. H 9HB3siiaS9EIIi rrtWLZSTtiiBiPhfciITMjii. Trade Mark Registered. Sewer it ad Calvert Pipe, BaaasB's Patent Lidded Pipe for Ste&m CeadaUs, Wall CepiBrf, Drain Tile, Titrlfled Brick, T Fire Preofiaij, Flae Liaiag, Fire BricK Grate and Boiler Tile, Ground Fire Clay, Chimney Ir ops. CUMB. MAIN 507. 13th end Breok. and Magnolia Ave., Bet. 9th and 10th. 573-1786. 4-- y$Mo?$u m Blood Remedy. Fifth and Market Sts. A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case of FEVER REMEDY NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THIS SIGNATURE, X WORKS lnimtiiniimtituiiniitiiii X LESELIA REMEDIES tivH"iiHiiMiH COMPANY, Incorporated LeuteviHe, Keatiickjr. An Ideal Tonic and Body Builder. Legally Guaranteed to satFuneral Directors isfy you or money refunded. and Embalmers. One dollar for 3 boxes. 3BMCECR A.VTU On sale at all drug stores. BIO MtflHi H22. H.BOSSESON FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. PHONESHome Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69 r JKBTFXJOlfcY OCV1 t7I7yK'-X-rf--i--'-- IKfciaSKC AJSOLW&XGAJSPm e HUtt iNcof'BAreo f. CW. r- - - . m, m " l. w Tf IJ - . . .i .v. av V uir,r:,,'"tM.uS'. Wil!ltf"lm. MtlllHIIWSJffA. I AmmwSf trtfW'iy,yrs. l .ttlSSSXf. . mj llllTSf StSSFt tfAi 'III IfHilt HERMAN STRAUS rouatH AVENUE MM SONS J I MARKET STRCCT mi T0VT0WN OPEN AND READY ;: ; I :: For the personal inspection of every little boy and girl in the reach of our store. There are so many new things that we can't begin to tell about them so you will just have to come and see. months well made, in several sizes; prices start at ....$1.00 Folding1 Doll Cart with hood; steel wheels, leatherette upholstering, at 50c; other Doll Carts up to $11.98 Games for young and old; largo assortment, priced from 10c to $1.50 ' ' ; his can be of no moment to you now. We have radically reduced the price on practically every piece of stock furniture each article of homefurnishing in our vry large and up-to-da- forecastbe it fair weather Rhodcs-Burford's or foul te American Flyer Trains on American Model track engino guaranteed for 6 Outfit, 50c to Shoo-Flie- s Builders' $7.50 X Rocking Horses Well made, $12.50 to 85c. Chairs and Bockers, in reed, oak and red finish; $3.50 down to 24c and Seven long dreary months of dull business leaves us with an enormous amount of furniture on hand leaves us. very heavily overstocked in pracrigid policy that tically every department. This, and demands that each season be opened with nothing but the brightest, the in furniture and homefurnishings, make it newest, and the most Imperative that we cut prices cut them so low that you will brave the worst kind of weather to take advantage of the saving. The items listed below are a mere fraction only of the many, many splendid vali tes that you'll find here. They were selected, not because they are the only ones cut in price, or because they arc cut deeper than the others, b ut because they are an average. We hope to convey to you, through them , a faint idea of what you can save. You can only gain a real idea of the aving by investigating. X You can furnish every room in your home for far less money than you could, e week ago and still have left a large part of what you expected to spend. No matter how had the weather may be, come in early-- . Look for the Yellow Tag. It means a big saving if you do. or t to stand Blackboards; hang on wall on easel; $3.00 down 50c 25c Circassian Walnut Bedroom Rocker $4.85 SO cents a Leather KocKers Rocking Chairs right at We time? Christmas "' i I have. We have any number of Leather Rockers on our floor right now v rockers III that with JI Buying Power" J3 were bought to sell from $21.50 to as high as $70, on which we have placed reductions up to $16.50. All are marked in plain figures. The illustration Is used merely to call your attention to leather rockers, that Christmas is but 13 days off and that by buying it here you can Sard A nigh As $10.50 Genuine Quartered Oak China Cabinet $17.50 I $1.00 down to Lead Soldiers: big variety; Month te department or our stock can we offer you a groater variety than In Bedrom Rockers. Wo have them in oak, quartered, oak, Circassian walnjjft- - "mahogany andijf'whlte enamel. And vpjuii find many a among them. The Rocker illustrated, is made of Circassian walnut, is highly finished in a dull rub, and you'll find it to be rigidly constructed. Cut from $6.25. In no large, bar-JZd- ' -- G i lll In Who ever heard of the price on Leather $1.25 a Month the different kinds of furniture, there can be nothing to the woman wanting a China Cabinet to complete her dining room that will make a more lasting A gift msd , Christmas gift. that will be remembered long after Christmas has passed into a remem- "WES ' iKa-fr- f MmWm brance only. Tho China Cabinet il"x, lustrated, Is made of genuine quartered oak throughout, highly has front and side glasses, and adjustable, double- rooved shelves. Bought to sell for $25. Save $7.50 Of all 'SEE' Ka ?- -- "10-Sto- ro tn - wU r Mechanical Toys; lots of new ones; 25c to $1.00 Pianos; mahogany finish; all' 25c sizes; $8.75 down to Drums of eveiy description, 25c up from Erector and Erector Accessory Outfits, $1.00 to ,...$7.50 Simplex Typewriter; very instructive for tho children; simple to operate; $1 to $3.00 Fire Engines, Hook and Lad- ders; made of cast iron; a large variety; $1.50 down to ..60c 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 rubber-tired wheels; all sizes; priced from $13.98 down to $1.25. t Electric Train Outfits; tho Lional make; up from ..$3.98 Dolls of every description. "We were fortunate in receiving nearly our entire order and are showing the largest lino in Louisvile. Priced $10.00 down to 10c. full-be- Holiday Handkerchiefs j Embroidered Handkerchiefs, in a largo picture box; each. Handkerchief a 39c different pattern n HandkerThree chiefs in a neat gift box ; worth 25c each; box of three ...50c Six All Pure Linen Handkerchiefs in a gift box; worth $1.00; sheer quality; box of 79c six EmSheer Linen broidered Handkerchiefs with roll edge; regular 25c value; 15c for One-corner nt Save $1.40 $16.50 Fumed Oak All-line- Library Table $8.50 75 c(s. a month H y j Hl II "10-Store ITr Km everything marked in plain figures both original and cut prices. Select your Christmas Gift here and save money. See what you save Lady's Writing Desk $4.65 50 cents a month. UjJ One-corn- er gijjg Buying Hero is another Instance of Power." You would consider this Library Table cheap at $12.50, and yet we havo to cut" the price seven long dreary months of dull business makes that imperative. Made of select quartered oak top; square throughout; it has a 28x48-Inc- h g legs; an drawer and underslung bookshelf and it has a rich fumed oak finish. This, too, would make a very acceptable Christmas gift it will be highly appreciated. ch easy-slidin- Rhope5-Burfor- p TRUMBO-SCHUP- P & SCHMIDT INCORPORATED. 420-42- 2 SAVE $8.00 WEST MARKET STREET SEES A most acceptable Christmas gift, and a very useful one. While wo use this desk Just merely to call your attention to our complete stock on these, we have them in solid genuine mahogany, Circassian walnut and all finishes of oak and quartered oak. This one, Early English finish, has quartered oak drop lid; full width drawer and compartments for all sizes of stationery. It was bought to sell for $7.50. broidery and initial; regular 10c values 5c Three Very Dainty HandkerEmbroidered chiefs, in a dainty gift box, a box 25c Six Initial Handkerchiefs, in a gift box; three styles of in50c itials, special One-corner Three Sheer Lawn Handkerchiefs, with colored initials, in a fancy box; box of three. .25o Sheer Lawn Ladies' Handkerchiefs with one corner embroidered; also dainty em- We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates t X n t unmmmMimti nmrt SAVE $2.85 CASINO AND ORPHEUM BECKMAN THEATERS 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 prodnctlons, historic, dramatic and comic. 9 asEaaaHsiHiTOiMBigBa " 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. Sixty-one-year-old 318 Wast Market St. iflBll ET?C YOU CAN NOT LOSE IP YOU German Insurance Bank Second and Market Under tlio Big Clock Slato Government Supervision. PHOTOGRAPHER Christmas is the great "at home" day. It you can't be there, a fine php-ogra- will help. a a Save Blue Stamps .ifi 1 1 1 -- VVrVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVW "As Near to You as the Nearest Phone" a 1 Oar Special $3.00 Spray Oar Special $5.00 Wreath The largest values in Funeral Flowers ever offered in Louisville. For prompt delivery call ?23 both phones. r- Every page can be redeemed for 0c in cash, groceries and meats, or 2 2c in other merchandise. Ask your dealer for Blue Stamps and take no other. You are entitled to the best. l Cunning, Lewis & Brotzge j N. W. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON. 2 Men's and Young Men's Specialist Clothes Shop. UNTIL CHRISTMAS-STO- MUTUAL STAMP CO. 424 WEST MARKET STREET. bKWgprciHPttaBra Tip Top Bread Pure. Guaranteed 100 Labels good for picture show tickets, any kind of trading stamps, .r many other useful articles carried in our premium rooms. tWHWWWWWVWWWWWWWWHWWmWWMWWWVWWW ; -t ' RE HOURS FROM 7:30 UNTIL 6 O'CLOCK. SATURDAYS 10 P. M. sstssS n I MEN'S NEW WINTER SUITS AND OVERCOATS TWO SPECIAL PRICES nOIVEB SHOP Iburth Avenue LouLrvffic. 'Flowers telegraphed everywhere tnakuniiB w Diamond Headquarters " WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED IN DUST PROOF BAGS First Communion Books ROSARIES SCAPtJLAR medals See our new book, "How to Get MATT IRION SONS THE MASTER CLEANER AND DYER I $18.75 AND $22.75 Ma.ried." 404.406 WEST MARKET STREET y D Judge their quality carefully and we 'believe that you will appreciate that the value is really remarkable. The styles are smart fabrics, serviceable and patterns refined. There is good workmanship and fit evident in every garment. We exercise perpetual care to see that every man and young man is satisfied with the appearance and service of the clothing of his choice and maintain wide assortments so that he has ample latitude for selection. The sort of gifts that men and young men might choose for themselves. Every Devotional Article here. QNo tremble to ibow goods. Rogers Church Goods Co. 129 Jewelers and Opticians Goods Laid Aside on Part Payment, OPEN EVERY NIGHT TILL XMAS. $1.00 Iiadies'.Suits Gleaned and Pressed Gentlemen's Suits Gleaned and Pressed 1.00 Gentlemen's Palm Beach Suits Gleaned and Pressed.. ..COc 2Gc Gentlemen's Suits Sponged and Pressed Puis Cleaning and Dyeing' Co. Both Phones 2635. 426 South Fifth St. S. FOURTH AYE. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N.W. Corner Fourth and Br fi.rifi j Bj Established 1872 sK??7 it 'a BE SURE TO CALL FOR Jeffersn HERRMANN IMPORTERS BROS. LIQUORS. Good Coffee a Morning Necessity Ym'II find McRENNA that MHlfoy't Coffin Is JUST wfeat yw want ecial FINE WINES AND 2 1.2 lba. New Blend Coffee with Rebate Ticket. ood or lOo Distillers And Wholesale Dealers in Finest Barnda of Kentucky Whiskies, especially. :nr.,i. rlMf. XilllllHI 1 1 T1 T t .w..i..t,j..f iiiii ' wltivtf.,tMT..il.fat,.i..t..t..i..fcftrt.iiiT Pearl of Nelson, BOTTLED IN BOND. 234 S The Malloy man is in your neighborhood every week PhoHe h and have hint call. BOTH PHONES 1323-21- frJ WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. JOHN 1S. MJIvIC,0 Y 2 W. MARKET ST. B McKenna. Distiller, Fairfield, Ky. TtsiMM.1943.! S4XTH STROT mmm9mm9i (. r- c J V.