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Kentucky Irish American: December 18, 1915 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1915 kec1915121801_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: December 18, 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. 25. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1915. PRICE FIVE CENTS. one-ste- Barrett intends to glvo tho General Assembly a lively time next month, as ho will introduce a boxg stamp an ing bill, n measure, an shark bill, a redisricting and a compulsory registration measure. In a gathering county representaCrowded With Men Seeking to of the Jeffersonday It was said that tives the other Connect With the Pie Col. Dan Russell would name the Louisville Colonels for tho Stanley Counter. staff and tho representatives would suggest a man from each of their linflwlnkn fnr thfi Tirniiri honors. re- Apropos tho closo of With- cent State of administration, tholocal Senator llito Iluffakcr draws From Race Before the pemocrats aro tickled over the appointment of Nathan Kahn as Senate. Prosecuting Attorney of the Pollco Court, as he has always been an active worker in tho organization ranks. Mr. Kahn is actively conLocal Democrats Pleased With nected with the Elks, and It is reported will be tho next Exalted Appointment of Nathan Ruler of the local lodge. FRANKFORT anti-tradin- anti-loa- J Knlin. SYSTEMATIC PERSECUTION. STEIN GOES WITH FRANK DUGAN Last week Frankfort was crowded with men of all parties to attend of Gov. Stanley, tho inauguration while this week It is crowded with Democrats from all parts of the State seeking to connect with tho LOUIS STEIN. political pie counter. As exclusively tipped in these columns, Mat S. Agriof Cohen, Commissioner culture, officially announced tho apof pointment of Jack Nelson, Paducah, as State Labor Inspector, and Omer Stubbs, of Ludlow, as Assistant Labor Inspector, the former position paying $1,200 and traveling expenses, while the latter pays $900 and traveling expenses. These appointments prove that Mr. by tho Cohen wasn't bamboozled official deliverers of tho labor vote, as woro Stanley's campaign managers. One of Mr. Cohen's chief supporters told tho writer that none of the latter class had over been considered for the appointment. This Is especially pleasing to the rank and file of good union men', who resent tho statement made in every campaign .that these walking delegates will deliver their votes in a bulk to the highest bidder, and in all probability concerted action will bo taken by representative labor men to prevent a recurrence of this travesty. Local Democrats have ino dorsed Mrs. Charles Hamilton for tho appointment of State Labor Inspector to succeed Miss Madgo Nave, a daughter of William Nave, a local Republican leader. To vindicate himself for the turndown given by tho Democratic National Committee, it is rumored that Gen. W. B. Haldeman will be a candidate for delegate to the national convention next August, and to that end will try and enlist the support of Gov. Stanley and tho entire State administration to accomplish his purpose. On tho other hand it has been suggested that Stanley and his associates believe that they have done enough for tho General, and now realize that their efforts In his behalf nearly caused tho of tho entire State ticket. The Courier-Journand Times supporters who attempted to capture tho local organization still attempt to decry tho splendid work of tho present Democratic organization In saving Stanley and the entire ticket In tho recent election, and they to tho argument that the Judicial ticket saved the day. This has been repeated so often and mentioned by tho Haldeman papers that many have accepted It as a true Mus-provde-te- Systematic persecution of tho clergy In Mexico, authorized by Government officials since tho recognition of Carranza and in viola tion of his pledge of religious toler ance, was charged in a protest made to Secretary Lansing Tuesday by Monsignor Francis Kelly, of Chicago. On leaving tho Stato Department Monsignor Kelly said tho Secretary had promised to do what ho could to securo improvement in the situation. Monsignor Kelly, who was accompanied to tho department by tho Rev. Thomas Shannon, of Chicago, charged that a decree had been issued in the Stato of Yuca tan requiring all ' priests to marry and to work eight hours a day in tho public offices on pain of expulsion. In Northern Mexico, he said, priests had been declared Ineligible to own property, even their homes being confiscated. "In Guadalajara," said Monsignor Kelly, "tho university has been closed since Caranza was recognized and tho chapel partly destroyed. In Morella, capital of Michoacan, they oven went so far as to order that priests should not wear overcoats, but should wear on tho streets as protection against tho cold a blanket, tho garb of the peon." Monsignor Kelly and Father Shannon were encouraged by tho interest shown by Secretary Lansing. Elisco Arredondo, recently appointed Mexican Ambassador to Washington, also had told them, they said, that ho would do all ho could to securo an amelioration of conditions. Monsignor Kelly denied that the Catholic church was antagonistic to Carranza or ever had engaged in politics. INTO ETERNAL REST. mark, and his impress will remain as a heritage for future generations. Essentially a man of action, never during tho whole of his long and active life did Maurico Coll trim a sail or neglect to assert his conviction, regardless of whether it met with the approval of friend or foe. Born in Ireland in 1835, he believed with childlike simplicity in the wonderful goodness of God and religion, and that by inheritance mankind was created as free as sunlight, endowed with tho power to choose between good and ovil and was thereforo the architect of his own fortune. For nearly half a century ho had been a resident of Jefforsonvllle and was active and honored in the public life of that city. Besides his wifo Mr. Coll is survived by two daughters and six sons, as follows: Mrs. C. A. of Keokuk; Mrs. Charles A. Edelen, of Louisville; Georgo E. Coll. of San Antonio; James Coll, of Chicago; John P. Coll, Bernard A. Coll, Charles J. Coll and Ernest E. Coll, of Jeffersonville. His funeral was hold Sunday afternoon from St. Augustine's church, Rev. Father Halpln conducting the solemn service. MISSION WAS SUCCESS. Rev. Thomas Fagan Tho death of Maurice Coll removed from Jefforsonvillo a land- L ra, by tho at St. Augus-ttnochurch, Thirteenth and Broadway, was brought to a solemn and beautiful closo on Sunday evening, when an eloquent sermon was delivered, the blessing imparted and benediction of the blessed sacrament ended a week filled with graces, reception of the sacraments. Inspiring sermons and large attendance at the masses and evening services. Father Fagan's sermons were vigorous and forceful and his delivery clear and effective, assuredly tho parishioners reapedand an abundant harvest of graces and blessings. At the close Father Fagan and Father Francis Felten, Etatement. Now to analyze the returns and the pastor, woro assisted by a numsee whether this is correct of not, a ber of the local clergy. race in which there was no special VINOENTIANS. feeling, the race for State Auditor, would be the best criterion. Stan-fey- 's Despite the Inclement weather the race can not be figured because of prohibition sentiment. Tho local conferences of tho St. Vincent samo can be said of Lieut. Gov. do Paul Society were well repreBlack, and also Barksdale Hamlett, sented at the general quarterly meettho defeated candidate for Secre- ing Sunday afternoon. Tho meeting tary of State. However, that of was opened with prayer by tho Rev. Robert L. Greene, for State Auditor, Eugene Donahoe, pastor of St. Is tho truest vindication of the Paul's, -- with President Doylo oclocal organization's work. There cupying the chair. was no special campaign for him ference reports had After the conbeen either for or against and ho re- fhowlng the great charity submitted, work the ceived exactly 5,056 majority, this society was doing a large number of being larger, than that of any local earnest men were enrollod. John A. judicial candidate. Louis Stein, Mayor Buschemeyer's Doyle, who attended tho Washington Secretary, will begin his duties as conference, gave an interesting and Chief Deputy under Frank Dugan, detailed report of tho proceedings t, Circuit after January 1, that resulted in uniting the entire and his selection by Mr. Dugan was body under ono head. Father Dona popular ono and at tho same time ahoe and Fathor Doppen wore called Is a guarantee of efficiency in that upon and what they said was appreoffice, "efficiency" being tho popular ciated. German Baron's middle name. Senator Hits Huffakor on ThursBACKBONE IS CATITOIjIC. day announced his withdrawal as a candidate for Speaker of the Senate "As regards the Catholics," In favor of Senator Tom Combs, of the Hebrew Federation Review said reLexington, Senator Huffaker an- cently, "let us not forget that they nouncing that he did not wish to h constitute the backbone of participate in a contest that might our fighting forces on sea and land embarrass the Stanley administra- and the upholders of law and order tion. In connection with this the in our cities and villages. It is an entire Louisville delegation has open truth that the Catholics h pledged itself to support the State the largest proportion of administration In Its legislative proand bluejackets and boys in gramme. Representative George B. KHAKI 's at al re-B- The mission preached Clerk-elec- well-nig- fur-ni- blue-coa- ts a natlvo was showing Mollle of the p LOst Motions how to to it. If an efficiency expert would havo gono mad at Mollio's method of waiting on tho table, he would havo been exasperated into sanity again at her method of including every sharp furniture corner into United States Bureau lias Been Not tho Sending Out Private Interesting Account of Travels Through Emerald Isle With Graphic Description of our dance.could have most fervid ragtime syncopated Matter. Mollio's motions, and she jiggled Irish Scenery and People The Words "From America" a Passport to mo around that dining-roountil, gasping and protesting, I had to stop. Hospitality and Welcome in Historic Little Isle. Can't you Imagine those days I Grant Organizations Bight to spent with Mollle in discovering Spread Their Ideas Throug- npperaryr it was Mollle who out Country. pointed out the two blacksmiths' shops, with Just a brick wall between them, and their doors almost SPECIAL MENTION OF TIPPERARY AND STIRRING IRISH MUSIC. touching with a menacing friendli-! ness, as tho "ono of O'Donovan Should Consider All Agencies Training the Youth of the father" and tho other of "O'Dono van son." You can imagine tho old Nation. story that went setting up The following interesting account handy any time, and right now I'll perary;" I heard it whistled in Ger- of that brick Into thewhero wall the many, and even a Japanese had told younger generation by Catherine Van Dyke of her trav- take ye to the soldiers' buffet.". its When I came into the station I me how they sang it at home. Glibly rights, and tho olderasserted generation els through Ireland appears in tho was told that a tralnful of soldiers and very seriously ho rendered it for smoked its pipe and said: "If ye SCHOOLS AND THE IMMIGRANTS current number of the Ladies' Home had pulled out half an hour earlier me in his high falsetto and transyo head clane off enshould Journal and has been widely com- (before the boat arrived) ; so my lated tho words as thoy understood tirely I talk wouldn't hear a word ye mented upon, being a beautiful de- first entrance into Ireland looked them literally in Japan: said; but so long as we're neighbors, mo b'y. mind this. tlmt. imi Tho Government frank, granting scription of Ireland and her people decidedly peaceful after the strenu- ft's a long way to Miss TIpperary, be comln' over for a bit of tobaccy tho right to send matter hrough ous stations of other countries. The it's a long way to go to her; today: the when I'm out of it." malls Without is insnnnrnhlw As I stepped off tho boat at Dub- station master led mo .to a buffet It's a long way to Miss TIpperary, It was Mollie who took me "down connected with COSt. Government itwhere sandwiches and coffee are pro- She Is tho sweetest girl that I can the lin, at 4 o'clock of a moisty morna piece to see the most wonderful self. Tho opinions of ing, my heart sank as I handed over vided for soldiers by one of the know of. the representtombstone iver sit up to a woman atives of the people, women's war societies, and there he it's a long way to Miss Piccadilly, my passport. It had been vised by expressed In tho As wo stood before egislatlvo halls, serv- It's a long way to Miss Russell in Ireland." aro sent broadcast most of tho Consuls of Europe. It bowed profoundly to the ladles tho enormous redstone cross she in Square; had passed muster in tho Nether ing. "Wo have hero a visitor from told mo that stirring story of the ous this way. The ideas of tho varibureaus and departments on tho lands, France, Germany and Eng- the States," ho declared grandly, as It's a long way to Miss TIpperary, Irish boy who was betrothed to land, but I had been warned of a if I were a delegation, "and a bit of Hut my heart wants her most. tho sweetest girl in TIpperary. But subjects under their consideration "Wo think it is very beautiful to he wanted to make a bag of gold and tho reports of these bureaus on rigid examination that would probe breakfast is what sho needs as much sing so of ladies," ho said, as If it beforo ho was married, and so he the samo aro conveyed to tho people my remotest motive for visiting Ire- as any soldier of tho lot." I had difficulty in restraining them were a serenade. set out for Callforny and she got through this means. As to whero land in war time. So I sighed deeply But I did not realize as I looked at tho genial crowd, after that. had heard it In the hospitals, no word of him. So sho went sick this franking privilege should stop I some still clasping tho rosaries they the full perils of Irish hospitality too ah, so pitifully murmured by with longing, and when sho was t is sometimes difficult to say; but as wo crossed tho until I tried to swing on to a the convalescent! For the soldiers dying she called out to him: "Den It can bo emphatically stated that had told so loud jaunting car to make my tour of of Europe "TIpperary" Is tho slang nis, avic, come to me beforo I make tho propaganda of private agencies dangerous Irish Sea. at sunrlso. Once I had of the war. When a soldier was try- tho journey." should never he sent out in this I was a young girl alone with no Dublin And becauso better defense for my visit than a driven In a Quebec caleche, and ing to describe tho retreat from heard her and sho was dying ho manner with tho indorsement of any ho came, and ho uu.timucuL uepariment or bureau. wish to see tho "auld land" that Is when by some miracle I emerged in- Mons to mo, he suddenly broke off said: "I was only diggin gold for This gives to tho opinions of a motherland to every merry heart tact, I vowed it was "never again" and snapped his thumb. "Oh, It was ye, mavourneen, and now yo must agency a great advantage over that now, cold, hungry for nativo vehicles whose manage- like this," he said, and began to get well, for in America. But that I am rich In and dreadfully sleepy, I grasped my ment is inherited, not acquired. But whistle "TIpperary," putting tho de- Callforny. I never forgot there ways of others in its field. tho Tho United States Bureau of the art of a jaunting car is neither spondency ho could not fit with of yo oncet, and now suitcases my only baggage for three yo I'll connected with tho Departmonths in warring Europe and felt inherited nor acquired. It is thrust words into tho tunc To mo it to Ameriky and mako yo atake queen, my heart quake at tho thought of a upon you! seemed as if the very soul of the for I am going to bo an Alderman ment of tho Interior, has been grantget up?" I called war had gone Into "TIpperary." in San Franclsky." ing tho right to various private or"But how will I long, tortuous examination. Then I But she said: " 'Tis lato for me, ganizations to spread their ideas on heard a voice ring like a bell lo my driver, perched forgive It Women have danced and havo wept through the fog: "Well, you're from so jauntily upon his high scat. to It, men have marched and fought Dennis; I'm at tho turn of tho education throughout tho country "Juump!" ho said laconically. and died to it, and yet it is always road." under its official onvelopo and frank. the States, aro you, miss? Then Then ho told her to remember A most striking Instance was In tho sung when no other song could be welcome to Ireland, and proud I am "Jlst juump!" I jumped and I jumped until suffered. this: "We'll havo tho grandest caso of the National Kindergarten to say It!" and with that I looked up Into tho kindest blue eyes that there wasn't any jump left in mo. But no town in the world could cross above yo that ever woman Association, a privato association loStill I could not get my foot on the hold less associations with war than laid under. So rest asy in your cated In New York City, which adever shone under officer's cap. vertises speakers and moving picAmerica, this Httlo high step, and my man apparently sweet TIpperary. where the very grave." Mollle "She's from Then told mo tho name of tures and exhibits of Its own. Many could not leave his reins freo to peace was fragrant. If you havo lady!" Ho turned to the the Irish officials beside him.. "From help me. Then suddonly I heard' a sung or danced tho "long way to TIpperary, lad who left his lovo in of tho suggestions of this association and it was one well are no doubt good, but its undue America," he repeated; and such n grand rush and, with a "The saints TIpperary" be content and do not my emphasis of tho public school cer(Continued on Fifth Page.) farther; smile lit up tho group that, quaking bless ye," I was swung on to just Investigate regularly at least, not tainly can not bo agreed to by thouinked on tho I until It Is heart and chills and suitcase, I sur- seat perilous, in whichmy could friend, tho tourist's map. To begin with It sands of American citizens. A prion tho spot tho most vol- turn far enough to see DIVISION t ELECTS. rendered wasn't on my map at all, nor on vato organization should not bo aluntary prisoner Ireland had taken station master, bowing himself off. any tho station master produced, It was the only effective antiDivision 4, A. O. H., met Monday lowed to advertise its articles of since the war began. got a clew by hearonce "Ameriky, is it? She's from the climax to a farewoll I havo ever wit- although I was a military barracks with one of tho largest attendances rental or sale through Government ing there communications. The bureau also States indade!" I heard my ship- - nessed. I braced myself against the seat, outside tho town. My friend shook In years, the occasion being tho an- erred gravely in its nn thnv. with nintna rulilqnor ATpUpdlr his head: "Ye'll have to run Into nual election too, beamed at mo; and one old body, which runs parallel, to the horse and It beforo yo discover- It," he said. tnteresfbeing of officers and renewed the recently formed National Amer shown on account of canlzatlon Committee. to Posters wero with a gray shawl over her head, which has no arms my clutch, and "I don't believe' a soul outside of tho splendid showing on tho divis- sent soul, began TJperary, and many that's within, out signed jointly by the buthen, commending said: "To think I sat there eatin' my ion this year. All of the old officers reau and this committee, printed In last wishes. But you havo small knows where It is." mo bread and not offcrln' her a bito were elected with Maybo it was wonderful to bo the Recording Secretarythe exception of various languages, recommending atall, atall; but I didn't drame she time in which to wish on a jaunting John J. Barry, among other things that the Immiwas from Ameriky, with me threo car, that delirious delight inspired first tourist to TIpperary, although who b'ys there this day." Sho nodded by devils and fairies. First you I was tho only tourist In Ireland dent declined to run again. Presi- grant seek his source of education John H. Hennessy was again her apologies to mo and then they sway, then you Jerk and then you last summer, and tho first visitor to elected by acclamation, although ho for America in tho public schools. In tho poster Uncle Sam was shown smiled again that sunny, wistful jiggle. Next you thump, then you many shrines mado by tho war; but stated all that ho would Hko to stop holding the Immigrant's hand and Then, there wero times enough when I smile which convinced mo that if bump and then you giggle. but his laughter was discovered by Peter just as you are thrown into tho very sighed to be regularly "Cooked" as aside for new material, tho matter. pointing to tho public school house. wishes were overruled in Tho National Americanization Pan a smile was born under a sham- vortex of despair, you do get tho I tried to discover tho end of my County President W. J. Connelly, is, It Is true, composed of rhythm, and there you are, peaceful thread which spun out Hko a rock. last my crisscross looking more youthful When The customs officer handed back as a pan of milk, with Just a gentle, spider's. broughtat me to tho Httlo was present and received than ever, who n havo citizens of this country a glad weltaken an especial interest my passport. "It says you're just creaking motion to churn your pursuit off as come from tho Limerick boys, who in tho Immigrant, town that but the views "Now thoughts about the landscape, of "Tlpp'rary" IsI natively rolled five feet one," he added. could only totter into all havo a warm spot in their heart which they entertain aro In 'direct which you that is too small a lady to keep out moment. may become a part at any the quaint inn and sink into the for their former neighbor and res- opposition to those of a considerablo when you've got such a big country by the a beaming Now I know now why my driver arms of Mollie, who maid as pro- ident. Ho complimented the division portion of tho American people, who behind you, but mind" his face acted long as I can drive a name of "service," guide and in- on the selection of officers and said boo in the parochial school a much lengthened sternly "you tell them said: "So prietor, he viewed with pride tho progress better and moro securo means for over there in tho States that thoy Jauntin' car I will never lave Ire- timate friend. of tho division. Other remarks don't come over often enough to land. But when I can't longer drive havo revived wore mado by John F. Burko, John tho Americanization of tho newcomMolllo's tea would glad I am this time to a jauntin' car I won't stay and watch any one, but an efficiency expert Moriarty, Harry T. Colgan and the er. It was certainly most Improper Ireland, and tor tho bureau to Join with them nnothor man drive one." put tho shoo on tho right foot." would havo gone quite mad over her As we spun around Dublin that "lost motions" as she cheerfully two gallant Sergeants, Pat Kencaley In this recommendation In regard to It proved a lucky shoo for me. Everywhere I went that magic word wonderful top of the morning, with pushed her lagging stops threo and Thomas Brown. The officers tho public school. But more grievBelected were: ous than either of these cases was e "Ameriky" was an lo tho rosy fingers of tho sunrlso un- times down cellar during that one President John II. Hennessy. tho action of tho bureau itself when, all the good will I could dispose of. locking the gray streets with their eternal operation of tea. First she Vice President Thomas Lynch. In Its press letter of May 24 last, Good will and questions. Oh, those old historic buildings, I felt I had went down for tho milk and then Financial Secretary Thomas J. under the heading "Getting the Imquestions! flow they came from ev- attained tho height of all romance. for tho butter and then for tho Langan. migrant Child to School" it said as I was thankful that ery man, woman and child who over Never city looked so fair, never marmalade. Recording Secretary James S. follows: was so courteous as my the sugar was kept In tho off pan- McTlgho. had a relatlvo "gone out to tho courtier "Unless these children como into When I looked States." I wish I could give the roll driver, and certainly no chariot over try. tho hot water she vaguely about Treasurer Pat Connelly. contact with American life through shot tho most call as It pursued me around Ire- was so dashing as my jaunting car. for d glance Sentinel M. J. McDermott. tho public school, they are likely to Round and round we spun, over bewitching, Didn't I know Annlo Kelly, land. Sergeant-at-Arm- s from her lovely blue eyes and said, Edward Byrne. grow up Ignorant of American instifrom New York; Michael O'Grady, half or Dublin's twelve bridges, up with Juno's complacency: "Do you Standing F. Committee J. tutions and thoroughly unfit for citfrom Chicago; Dennis Malloy, "him- to St. Patrick's Cathedral, Trinity really want the hot wather, miss? Mooney, John F. Burke, L. J. izenship. Tho plan of sending tho Prlsl-dln- t, College, Nelson Monument and tho So many drinks their tay strong, Meany, Michael Mitchell self that left intendln' to bo and Thomas names of these Immigrant children O'Connoll and they say it's quite good." And but took a place in a canning statuos of Grattan, Burke, Downey. to county and city superintendents is factory betwano time;" or "Mollle and Goldsmith, who, I soon learned there Mollle sat. I never found why a first step in tho upbuilding of a O'Donnell, that hasn't written homo from my trip wero only a few of my Mollle of tho Lost Motions aldomestic immigration policy by 4ho GOOD MAX GONE. for a year and I'll bo pullln' back Ireland's great. My man told mo ways kept four knives beside my United States Government." . by the hair of her head If she doesn't that a jaunting car makes one either plate, but I concluded that she was ' rrMAi-a n av4 a srT ntr UL The last sentence was quoted as iJIUUU UUb UMCAIJUICU, IJUttO aF say where she's at;" or "is it true a fool or a philosopher. On that the descendant of some old Celtic Govtho idea drive I became an Irish stoic, and clan whose "hospitality had its in- Aie death of Edmund Rapp, cashier ernment of an employe of the probthat Danny Mahan has passed on tho Immigration of tho German Insurance Bank and nearly tumbled off my seat tentions." and if so why weren't we told when I ono of Louisville's most highly "es- lem. Tho part of the parochial As I sipped my tea, to the musi I nearly tumbled on again. about it?" men, caused feeling of school in the work for tho immiof Mollio's delicious murmurings That soft Irish noon I sat on an about the town whero nothing eZer teemed throughout thoa city. But my first adventure in Irish gloom Mr. grant is here entirely ignored and hospitality came when in search of old stone bench and sunned myself, happened, I looked out Into the lit Rapp was a devout Catholic and a tho officers of the public school sysa Httlo beggar In the mellow land tle street a hotel at half-pafour in the Ho tem are the ones to be Informed of of St. where the beautifully morning. I am now firmly convinced of romance. Across the squaro the tinted plaster houses wore glorified memberformer Boniface church. was a President of Branch who Immigrant chilnow army witli climbing roses, or the humbler No. 5 of the Catholic Knights of dren and whero the thing, It may that the owners of Irish trains, Irish boys of Kitchener's aro. Can this boats and hotels are desendants of were drilling by tho crossed flags of huts Btood with their shutters ajar America, and was Secretary-Treasurbe asked, be allowed to continue? some old tribal feudists which keeps Erin's green and the Union Jack. like arms resting on their conat the time of his death. He If associations of the kind menthem from making any possible con- Softly, almost tenderly, thoy sang tented hips, while their open doq3 bad been affiliated with St. Joseph's tioned aro allowed to distribute their e years, matter broadcast, by means of tho junction in business. There was a the old songs we had sung so often smiled a placid welcome, and I Orphans' Society concerts or school saw, despite the very and had served as an officer, and franking privilege, where is tho lino mere gap of five hours botween my in the parish-ha- ll ship's landing and the first train Celebrations at home. "Tho Young freckled Httlo boy who began to was also tho first Treasurer of tho In this regard to be drawn,? Why from Dublin to Cork and tho sta- May Moon" they sang that hlstorlo push (not lead) a belligerent don- Central Committee, C. K. of A., could not associations championing key down tho street, that the town who paid tribute to his memory tion hotel was discreetly closed until song of the Connaughts, "The Surviving him tho teaching of religion in the Boy," and "Believe Me, If All of TIpperary was as strangely de- Sunday afternoon. 7. void yet pregnant of its song as a are two sons, Dr. Henry L. Rapp schools or upholding the advantages But this station master was tun Those Eendearlng Young Charms." e and Ferdinand J. Rapp, and the fol- of a parochial school system be record. of resources. He spied my American Then the band burst Into a grand still Presently Mollio stood beaming lowing daughters: Mrs. Thomas E. granted the samo rights? Why flag in my coat lapel and promptly Hare of "TIpperary," tho song that organizations bolioving in thumbs twist- Vann, Misses Florence and Bortha should notover more radical took mo under his wing. " 'TIs all will make all the world bless Ire- beside me with her "May I bo than Sisters, doctrines so Rapp, and the Nazareth taught so many ing In her apron. right, miss," he assured me. "I land, because it has bold as to ax ye a qulston, miss?" Georgie Mario, of Bardstown; Mary those inculcated In the public schools have a sister in the States, so ye'vo to dnnce gayly and some to die I thought of all tho relatives sho Constance, of Owensboro, and Cath- bo allowed this thing? como to the right ono to look afther bravely. And why should the bureau be at would probably accumulate in erine Theresa, of Paducah. Ho also you." Then suddenly ho bent way Think of it hearing "TIpperary" "Ameriky,", and sighed at tho re- leaves a brother, Adolph Rapp, of such pains to stress as it does the down and whispered tremendously played in Ireland! No wonder r sat membrance of those misleading let- Glasgow, and a sister, Mrs. George work of tho public schools and mako in my ear: "If you raly want to see ip straight and thrilled and thrilled, ters on ray suitcase. Then Molly Ecker. The funeral was held Mon- no mention of other forms of eduDublin I don't adviso ye goin' to a f surrenly remembered tho first time lifted hensweet eyes and whispered, day morning from St. Boniface cational endeavor? If the public hotel," he added with the serious I heard it played at a college dance In a war that always went shiver- church, and was the largest seen school systems of this country, in no and how the beat of it got into our ing down my spine instead of into there for years. conviction that I came to know as way connected with tho Federal Govtypically Irish. "Now I adviso ye feet. How many times I havo hoard my earp "Miss, it's about a song I ernment, havo received tho sanction to take a Jauntin' car and drive It sung since then at homo dances, do behearin' thoy call 'Tlpporary.' CONDITION IMPROVED. of that Government as- - Its exclusive about. Tho mist is clearln' and ye In music halls whero the sparkling I heard, they sing it in the battles agencies of education, wo have not! tripped its measure in and lo dance be In tho States. Tho David Fahey, of 729 West Oak, been Informed of that fact. Thi could see Dublin by sunrise. 'TIs a colleens pragle grand sight" he stepped back and ncintillatlng shamrock gowns, at the girfe says 'tlsn't dacent for Irish who was run over by an auto truck whole moral in the case is this, tt to be singln' about Piccadilly and seriously Injured the last regarded me "I see It every day farewell parties of my military tho use of the official envelopes anc meself except when it rains, which friends abroad, and on the first gay antf Leicester Square, so 'tis for- week of November, is reported im- franks of any bureau or department bidden In these parts. But, miss, proving, and his chances of recov- by march out with tho now regiment, is often." a privato organization should be. love, "But I didn't want to tour tho when the ceaseless drumbeats held I tfouldhearln' indado I would, miss, ery are now looked upon as very stopped, and that the Bureau of' to I bo tho tune of it Just good. The injured man has a wide hotel," I laughed; "I wanted to all the glamour and excitement of oncet, miss." circle of friends and acquaintances Education should cease paying ex military life and the whole world J "Who sleep and eat In it." clusive attention to the public refuse Mollle, the Htthe city who right ye are, mise," replied seemed to march to the tap of "TIp- tlo maidcould TlDDerarr. who had throughout out of danger. will rejoice school sysunis and take under its "And of Mr. Fahey that he is my undaunted friend, "but ye can't perary." never heard the song that put her Is probably the oldest employe in observations the activities of all oth Once I heard the merry French town on the lips of the world? ,But the service of the Louisville Rail- er agencies intended for the training be slapin and seeln' Dublin at the u oncet. As for atin' that comes sing "C('et bien loin a Tip harder than teaching "TIpperary" to way Company, of the youth of the nation. IRELAND OF TODAY. ABUSE PRANK m Ed-ncati- gold-braid- ed , - Com-mltt- eo well-know- open-sesam- dovil-lnsplre- l be-yo- st er fifty-thre- rusty-haire- d, --- ", Mln-ttr- el talking-machin- I piou-plo- XCJSUSTXJOBrsr crib for a bed, Tho little Lord Jesus lay down his PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. sweet head, the bright sky isrtied ts tlie Social sad MhiI MvwceBatet kith AbkIcsm and Caftellca Tho stars in where He lay, looked down o Hlberalamo., Ywg Men's Officially Indorsed by Amcteat Order Tho little Lord Jesus asleep on tho Ittitirnt aad CathoHc KalghU of Amerioa. hay. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PHINTINO CO.,IThW, PuhlUhtmi Tho cattle are lowing, the dear baby wakes, SINOLB COPY 5c MBSCR1PTION PRICE, ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR But little Lord Jesus no crying Ho makes, I love theo, Lord Jesus, look down to" WISH AMEKICAM, 321 Wt Ikwi sT t MSTUCIff from the sky, AMrtM aH CmaaUaai And stay by my cradle till morning is nigh. Be near me, Lord Jesus, I ask thee to stay Close by me forever and help me, I pray. r SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18,1915 Bless all the dear children in thy LOUISVIL'LE, KY. tender care, And fit us for heaven to live with church not at all. It Is tho poor thee there. OUT OV TUNE. dupes who read papers of this class Tho editor of tho Western Re- that are harmed most. And Cath corder, a local Baptist paper noted olics could not protect them If they tendencies, con- would. They want that sort of stuff, for Its fesses himself at sea In regard to and they get It and pay for It. the ruling of the Catholic church Whoso fault is It if they suffer harm? on tho administering of the sacraMiss Mamie Hubbuch had as her DANGEROUS CONSPIRACY. guest for a few days Miss Lottie ment of extreme unction. In all Aubrey, of Stithton. probability ho has lost track of It is tho "English ruled and religious events since con- English current Miss Mary Virginia Campbell has led" Associated Press, says ducting tho Recorder as a McChes-ne- y the Pittsburgh Observer, that Is fill- returned from a visit to Miss Lyda campaign booster In the latter's ing our dally papers with this inter Lltsey In Bardstown. losing race for Governor, despite tho twofold object minable rubbish,-thMrs. George Ernwine, of Lyndon, fact that the editor boasted that the Deing to cover up the fact that the spent the past week here visiting Baptist vote was tho controlling freedom of tho seas Is impudently her mother, Mrs. Johnson. power In Kentucky. denied to our shipping by those who Miss Nell Kelly was a recent viscontrol that news agency, and to itor in Jeffersonvllle, the guest of BOOMERANG. Schlpler. foster feelings of animosity in this Misses Mary and Nell country against the antagonists of Miss Virginia Westerman has reSecretary Tumulty's apology for Buechel, where she administration's Mexican Britain. It is a dangerous con- turned fromaunt, the Wilson Mrs. P. Horan. visited her policy proved to bo a boomerang. spiracy; and now that Congress is about to open steps should bo taken Mrs. P. F. Sweeney has returned Tho secretary probably knows a fow from Nashville, where she visited things now that he failed to take to stamp it out without delay. r. her sister, Mrs. George F. Into account when he wroto his letMURDER WILL OUT. ter to Dr. McGulre. The True Voice Mrs. John Moran returned to asks what knowledge of tho files of There is no denying the truth of a Saturday, did Sir. the old adage, "murder will out," Frankfort on with Mrs. E. after tho State Department Everln, pleasant visit possess when ho undertook as evidenced by tho facts now coming South Louisville. Tumulty to brush asldo tho sworn testimony to light concerning the persecution was regisRev. J. J. Fitzgerald In the possession of Monslgnor Kelley of Catholics by Cananza, the whis tered at West Baden the past week, Tlerney? It would bo kered bandit and special pet of the where he sought relief from an atand Father Interesting to know; and it would administration. tack of rheumatism. also bo interesting to know why Mr. Miss Elizabeth Kremer Is homo Tumulty went so far odt of his way "PREPARING." from Dana Hall to spend the holito get into trouble. days with Ifer parents, Mr. and Tho allies are preparing for an Mrs. George W. Kremer. great drive next spring, if you other INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Mr. and Mrs. Al Herrmann will please. And meanwhile tho Ger arrive home next week to spend tho CommisSince the United States mans will be strengthening their holidays a month's visit in sion ended its labors a Committee positions and then well, the allies Pittsburghafter Philadelphia. and on Industrial Relations has been will probably prepare for a great Mrs. Mary Fitzgerald, West Marorganized to act as the agency drive in tho fall. ket street, New Albany, has rethrough which all who agree to tho covered from an Illness of grip that The success of Catholic societies confined her to her room last week. fundamental principles embodied in the main report of the United States is largely duo to tho untiring servFehr Kremer, who Is attending Commission on Industrial Relations, ices of their officers. The work of University, will arrive women is often un- State and who desire to see its recom- these men and Wednesday to spend two weeks with mendations carried into effect, can appreciated. But they keep true, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George act to the best advantage. In not for reward's sake or gratitudo's W. Kremer. pursuance of the principles Adopted, sake, but for the sake of tho good R. J. Adams and daughter, Miss God and the angels know Katherlne, who Re- - cause. tho Committee on Indusrial were week-en- d guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Blan-forjlatlons will give its support to every tho value of their services. Crescent Hill, left Saturday effort made by tho trade unions and is not a good thing to criticize for their home at Ashland. It individuals to extend the benefits of Miss Susan McDermott, who Is organization to. the unskilled and tho people, but It Is almost always wise attending school in New York, will to "size them up." unorganized, and more especially to arrive Thursday, to spend the holiparents, tho vast number of wago earners in soul and day season with herMcDermott. Mr. Prepare both heartland and Mrs. Edward J. this category In the employ of the your Christmas will prove happy. great corporations that conduct our Mrs. Georgia Mary Kean Is exbasic industries. The greatest obDon't forget tho orphans in mak- pected next Tuesday from St. Louis and will spend the holidays with her stacles to the organization of the ing your holiday presents. Judge, Third cousin, Miss Maggie employes of large corporations is street. the feudalistic control which such CHURCH ENNOBLES WOMAN. corporations exercise over tho comMrs. Elbert Kenney, 800 East A Protestant minister of Chicago, Main street, New Albany, has for her munities in which their plants are tho Rov. T. B. Thompson, pastor of guest Miss Mary McCarthy, who is situated. Through their suppression tho Congregational playing Plymouth of orderly assem- church of that city, has a keen and Theater. an engagement at Keith's of free speech, calm vision when he looks at the blage of citizens, through their spy system, through their Roman Catholic church, for he said Miss Otitic Wathen, who attends a sermon concerning it: Academy, will return power and practice of ejecting from in later feel that Sacred Heart "One can not help but week community any persons whom the enthronement Virgin next Mrs. to visit her parents, Mr. tho of tho James Wathen, on Cherothey deem undesirable, or of procur-Inln- g Mary has softened the heart of tho and road. kee their commitment to Jail on world toward womanhood; that It much to give woman tho Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stone enup charges, has dono honor she occupies today; false or trumped place of the through their power of arbitrary that it has put tho whole Catholic tertained Sunday in honor of who grandson, sanctity of the christening of theirthe home of Mi. discharge, they have made It diff- church behind tho arrived recently at home. In tho respect. given to Mary and Mrs. Claude Stone. icult, or even Impossible, for organpaid tho tho Roman izers to work effectively in such world's finest church has and most delicate comHarry A. Bllger and wife are comcommunities. The aim of this pliment to the grace, sweetness and homo a six weeks' trip mittee will be to break down the beauty of motherhood. Nor do 1 throughafter West. They visited tho tho discover any difficulty in understandfeudalistic power of the corporatwo expositions and all the large tho tions, to expose every case of abuse ing tho basis of appearsconfessional. cities between hero and San Fran everywhero cisco. The confessional and to work unceasingly to protect In life. Tho erring child confesses tho rights of thosewmarry the to Its mother, tho patient confesses to Edward J. O'Connor, Messrs. message of organization to siich tho physician, the accused confesses John B. Campbell, Jr., Emll Besten, uant Michael Wathen and lawyer, to communities. Tho committee hopes to his priest. thoIspenitent confesses will return from Notre Samuel where Dame, It most natural rci his by calling attention to tho to aid also the penitent, burdened, doubtln they are students, to spend the holi economic as well as the political soul, to confide in Its spiritual days at home. has wasted evils that exist in those com- leader. Protestantism Mrs. Thomas Sullivan has been munities, in which the poorly paid much, of its force in a forced revival- eeuously 111 this past week at tho ism, which would Jiavo beon unneIndividual wago earner pits his cessary had we paid wise attention StAjhomas Orphanage, where she home with her daughter, feeble and entirely negligible bar- to religious education. We may rail makeX-hogaining power against that of tho against the parochial school system Sister Mary Martha, tho Mother But the Superior. as being hugo corporation. beevery indication that tho Roman church existod ecnturles and .lnllrrhtful nnrtv wnn trlven There is fore there was a United States, next few years will be critical years for many of these centuries she was Mtoo Tfnttiorlna Tlnrlror hv llfir Tiar- young friends at her home, la the history of American labor. tho great agency of enlightenment, ents and 2412 Hlgn street, in ceieorawon 01 ground education and culturo. The parochial i.ot- elvtaonth nnnlvfirsarv. Whether labor shall be sucscheme was carried out in down by the pressure of rapidly school is the most serious and attempt to hold people for The color white. pink and concentrating capital, or whether cessful the religious life. Our country has system of public from tho bitter travail of tho na- a magnificent TRINITY COUNCIL. tions labor shall achieve In some schools. She will teach the children fha mooting nf Trlnltv Coun degree tho freedom, comfort and history, eclence, art, languages, but they will not let the world's greatest cil on Monday evening the Carnival (oisure to which it is entitled, before literature be taught under their reported, that tno wont any other class, will be determined. guidance nor will they help to de- Committee was progressing nlcbjy for the carThe Committee on Indusrial Re- velop the noblest capacity of tho nival to be held In the new TTjihrnnrv Trinity has the capacity lations "will bend every effort and human soul assigned to thofor God. church. now about fifty new members and This task is use every meanB to enable labor to So be It, and let tho church chooso arrangements are being1 made ror reap tho harvest of Us ages of fruit- that method which. In her wisdom an initiation next month. J. C. of tuo basket- less planting, with absoluto assur- seems the best. And so we stand Jn Klrchdorfer, manager mnph nctlvltv her I...I1 tuntri rnnnWnfl hap- the presenco of her history, ance that the result will be a majestic worship, her universal min- and games, scheduled wlh the pier, stronger and more truly civil- istry, and "wo confess that God must strongest local teams, tie aiso ized nation than the world has ever move mightily In all this. We think stated that teams from Cincinnati qoncel'ved. her Xavlers, her and elsewhere were anxious to' ' come of her Loyolas, play Trinity's men Fenelons and her Marquettes; "we hero and look at her hospitals, orphanages, DEPLORABLE. FORTY nOTJRS. schools, colleges, monasteries, missions, and we see a church ministerATff Iatiq In mt.. TAfl Uniips' It is rteporablo that there should be persona bo Ignorant and so "wan- ing to the body, mind and soul of Louisville the coming week will humanity. Her weakness Is the com- take place In St. Brlgid's cnur;h, ting la charity as to Tead and en-- 1 mon lot of every human organisa- Baxter avenue, beginning with a papers tion her strength is of God." courage the vile ilgh mass tomorrow morning anu ontinuing until Tuesday. ReV. .that hare sprung up during the past ROOM TO GROW. father Jansen will direct the eerv-ce- s fow years. But It is Just as well to and expects a large attendance The English language Is spoken bv remember that Catholic are seldom lust about 10 per cent, of the world'f n d reparation for the coming or, Christmas, harmed by sttcfa papers, and the inhabitants. Away in a manger, no antl-Catho- IIIEC A.1SX.1BT2lT2A2Z KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. LITTLE LORD JESUS. CHRISTMAS HANDKERCHIEFS WHAT KIND HAVE WE? 10c EVERY KIND THAT IS WANTED BY EVERYBODY Women's Handkerchiefs Sheer Linen Hemstitched kerchiefs; plain block letters in colors. lland-embroider- Men's Handkerchiefs Initial HandEach Men's Full-sizPure Linen Hemstitched Initial Handkerchiefs; white- and colored designs; plain or corded borders; all come- 6 to a box. 35c 3 for $1.00 Men's Fino Corded Border Hemstitched Linen Initial Handkerchiefs; pretty colored letters in odd style. , 50c Men's Plain or Initial Silk Handkerchiefs; large size and good quailty. 50c Men's Extra Fine Linen Initial Handkerchiefs; hemstitched in white or colors. and 75(5 Men's Extra Quality Silk Handkerchiefs; plain or initialed; very fine. $1.00 for a box of 6 Men's Pure Linen Hemstitched Initial Handkerchiefs; wonderful quality at the price. $1.00 rEach Men's Extra Fine French Linen Initial Handkerchiefs; white or colors; come 6 to a box. $1.00 Men's Best Quality Silk Handkerchiefs; plain or initialed; very largo size. Children's Handkerchiefs 5c Children's Colored Border Cotton Handkerchiefs. 15(5 per box of 3 Children's Initial and Fancy Printed Cotton Handkerchiefs; put up in Christmas boxes. 15(5 for fancy package of 3 Children's Handkerchiefs; come in rocking picture box, baskets or Santa Claus chimneys. 15c Boys' Linen Colored Border Hemstitched Handkerchiefs; como in good variety of patterns. 15c Boys' Linen Hemstitched Initial Handkerchiefs; have plain block letters. 25c per box of 3 Children's Linen Initial Handkerchiefs; also Fancy Embroidered Handkerchiefs in animal and other play patterns. 25c e - - 15c A big collection of Sheer Linen and Shamrock Hemstitched Machine-embroidered one-comer Haudkcrchieis, Hand and tern designs in white and colors. 25c one-corner pat- More than 100 patterns "Women's Sheer Linen Hand designs in embroidered Hemstitched Handkerchiefs; white and cold's; Ardinnes and Brctonne work. hand-embroider- hand-embroidere- d I SOCIETY. I Seven styles of 'Women's Sheer Linen Initial Handkerchiefs; and hemstitched; some with colored borders; designs in white or colors; glove sizes included. 25c 25c Women's Crepe do Chine Novelty and Initial Handkerchiefs; colored borders and fancy designs; Longfellow style initials embroidered in colored silks to match colored borders Hand-scalloped Hand-embroidere- d Women's Heal Madeira plain or with beautiful white, colors and black. 50c one-corn- Handkerchiefs; er patterns; embroidered in 50c e Women's Sheer Linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs; finished with real Armenian lace edges; several excellent styles of very fine goods. 50c 100 styles of Women's Sheer Linen Hemstitched and patterns Handkerchiefs; Hemmed in Ardinnes and Brctonne work; beautiful quality, workmanship and designing. Hand-embroidere- d one-corn- 50c Initial HandEach Women's Sheer Linen kerchiefs; 2 styles to box of 6; elaborate and beautiful work. Hand-embroidcrc- d Dut-linge- 50c Pattern per box of 3; Women's Sheer Linen Embroidered Handkerchiefs; variety of pretty styles. One-corner THE SOUTH'S HIGHEST CLASS DEPARTMENT STORE 1Kattfmmttratt INCORPORATED 0 We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates. BBS ANNUAL ELECTION. d, k Tomorrow afternoon tho annual election of officers of the various of the Catholic parish branches XMAS ENTERTAINMENT. Orphan Society will be held, to be followed by a meeting at which cen A linen shower and Christmas tral officers will be. chosen rrom entertainment will be given at the on Sunday, Decem- St. Vincent Orphanage tomorrow those nominated ber 5. afternoon, beginning 2:30 at o'clock. Friends of the orphanage NEW YEAR HOP. and those desiring to assist in a to bo worthy Trinity Dance Club has issued present. charity are Invited money, of Donations Invitations to their New Year's hop, towels, hose, shoes, sheeting, handwhich will take place at their club house on Friday, December 31, New kerchiefs, underwear, dresses, dress goods, articles, Year's eve, their intended guests be- soap, pillow cases, toiletthankfully combs, etc., will bo ing Invited to dance the new year In and tho old year out, tho hours received. Any articles suitable for littlo girls from three to fourteen being from 0 to 1 o'clock. years will bo appropriate gifts. Take Walnut street cars, getting off at K. OP C. LECTURE. Cavewood and Payne streets. Rev. George M. Connor, pastor of RESIDENTS HOW LONG? St. William's church, will deliver a lecture to tho members of tho of Columbus next local Knights car company Tho local street Wednesday ovenlng, his subject be- boasts that all of its employes live ing "Peace on Earth to Men of in tho city of Louisville, but careGood Will." Father Connor Is an fully overlooks to state how long eloquent speaker and those attend- they have been residents. ing are sure of an intellectual treat. POLICE CHAPLAIN. UTOPIAN CLUB DANCE. marks of St. Augustine, burned on Monday. Tho actual property loss was small. Select "His" Christmas Gift At "His" Store Where "He" Shops Himself. This is not only a man's (and boys') store but the largest man's store in all the South, and stocked with the largest, handsomest and most diversified assortment of Christmas Gifts For Men and Boys to be seen in the South. Levy's great assortment make shopping easy. r The Monopo Club will entertain with a select dance at Utopian Hall next Monday evoning, the hours being from 8:30 to 12. The Utopian Club dances every Wednesdaw evening will continue during tho holidays with a big feature dance New Year's matinee and night. SACRED Rov. Thomas F, Duffy, pastor of tho Church of St. Brigid, Avenue B, has been appointed by Commissioner Woods as chaplain of tho New York police department, to succeed Rev. Francis J. Sullivan, who died recently. LEVY'S Third and Market. The Store For Men's nml Boys' Christinas Gifts MAIL ORDERS amounting to $1 or mora WE PAY POSTAGE by parcel post; on orders for $5 or more wo pay express 200 miles from Louisville, Write for CATALOG ON FATHER SHERMAN'S COLONY. HEART ACADEMY. r A - v A gym-nimlii- m 0J The prize list of the Propaganda University shows that many students of the American College in FLORIDA LAND DEALERS. Rome have won successes, notably Anthony Flynn and Joseph Burger, Frank R. Hlnes, well known in lo- who were awarded first medal for cal real estate circles, last week left dogma. with William D. Hartley for Lacoo-cheFla., where they will bo the GRAHAM GEMS. general land agents for the SeaThey will board Land Company. Two cupfuls of graham flour, ono handle many fine tracts and expect cupful of wheat flour, two toaspoon-ful- s to do much in tho way of attracting of baking powder, a tablespoon-fu- l immigration and developing the of sugar, ono of salt and one well State. beaten egg. Mix with sweet milk to make a thin batter, beat it well. WELCO.ME FATHER FLYNN. Bako In gem irons; havo irons well full and bako greased; fill Rev. Father Joseph Flynn, the In a hot oven. Wll bake in from now pastor of St. Mary's Cathedral, fifteen to twenty minutes. arrived in Covington on Tuesday Upon evening from Frankfort. CREAM SAUCE. reaching Ludlow he was met by a committee from the Holy Name Socream To mako a satisfactory ciety in automobiles, who escorted milk him to tho Cathedral rectory, whore sauce, first nut the warm on. and tho the ladies of the League of the whllo this is getting together rubuntil flour Sacred Heart served dinner for tho butter and soon as tho milk comes clergy and committee In tho even- smooth; as gradually add tho ing there was a reception and wel- to the boll, mixture come in the Cathedral Lyceum, creamy to boll, while the mine conand the finished when tho address was delivered by tinues sauco will bo quite smooth. John B. Thelssen. LATEST IN STYLES. FACULTY INCREASED. e, of tho Miss Jones, a graduate conservatory ' department of the Sacred Heart Academy, Cherokee Drive, will give a piano and harp recital in tho academy auditorium Monday night for tho faculty and students of tho institution. Tho programmo Is an artistic one and includes numbers from the world's greatest composers. Rev. Thomas F. Sherman, son of Gen. Sherman, has been in Spokane, Wash., investigating conditions in the Yakima Valley, with a view to locating somewhere in the Northwest a large colony of Catholic farmers from tho Middle West. AMERICAN SUCCESSES. HMMtenaiB5flyflg.wst Diamond Headquarters MATT IRION 404-40- 6 SONS WEST MARKET STREET two-thir- Jewelers and Opticians Goods Laid Aside on Part Payment, OPEN EVERY NIGHT TILL XMAS. Established 1872 llil Com-Cel-S- ar iVCTMwTiiiTR 1 The faculty of Notre Dame has been increased during the last week by tho addition of two new memO'Connor, bers, Vincent Louis of Tralee, County Cork, Ireland, and Arthur Pino, of Mollendo, Peru, S. A. Prof. O'Connor, who is ono of the best known Irish cartoonists of tho present day, will organize a class In cartooning and caricaturing, whllo Prof. Pino will have charge of special classes in mathematics in tho electrical engineering department. LANDMARK BURNED. anti-Cathol- ic -- The Florida State Arsenal, formerly a monastery of the Spanish Franciscans and que of the land- - Stripes still play an Important part In stockings. Ruffles and cordlngs are favorite petticoat trimmings. Hats incline to height and yet tilt low on the face. Sand color velvet sailor hats are quite the thing of the moment. In the blouse for ordinary wear there is little change from summer have vaivnt r.nllfirfl that, when they models. look worn, can simply be removed The laced boot with patent without in rny way injuring we leather vamp and gray leather top coat. Mnv woman have abandoned is a moet excellent style. "Chin Chin" collars of fur are nightgowns for pajamas, made so exceedingly smart and handsome. essential? leminine mat one woum They make Ideal gifts either with hardly ever believe them to have developed from their masculine or without fur muffs. Some very smart checked stilts originators. The Great Stomach, Kidney Liver and Blood Remedy An Ideal Tonic and Body Builder. LegallyGuaranteedto satisfy you or money refunded. One dollar for 3 boxes. Qn sale at all drug stores. JBCEWST'DPtiTOKlY ItffeJMSH aJSkE&RIOAK. HBf IS3i!SS3S3g3SS3IKM3SKSSESIgSKS! RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcementsthey find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. AMERICAN ELEVATORS MADE IN I.OUISVIDL.T3 BY & AMERICAN ELEVATOR MACHINE CO. ENGRAVERS BCUMCH ENGRAVING COMl'AN IU1CERY AND CONFECTIONERY ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS Fruit Cako and Charlotte Russo KLBCTROTYPERS IiOulsville, Ky 1104 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET 8 V. Main St., Homo Phone, City G574 Homo Phone City B674 WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. A CANDI(E)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. STEWART DRY GOODS CO. CO. (Incorporated) THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATED . (N CONNECTION WITH JAMES McCREERY & CO., NEW YORK. Distillers Of FORTUNA SOUR MASH OLD HOLLENBAOH" PURE RYE LoulsylUe, Ky. C28 W. Main St. RUDOLPH & BAUER, CANDY MAKERS 230 West Market. SSSBBSESESMIHBSragSS The Christmas Stocks Now at Their Best 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 particularly 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. 219 West Jefferson. "SOUTHERN STAR" SLICED BACON "All Ready for Your Griddle-ln QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE J 1B1 Morning" tho "The Place Where Old Clothes Are Made to Look Like New." SPALDING DRY CLEANING PHONES 1887. CO IN TOYJLAND These are days of fascination I Surety Goupons Are Earned Given and Redeemed Here HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. (Incorporated.) N l'rnctlco Mcdiclno and Surgery R. JEUNESSE .T. T. IIULSKAMl. M. D. BUILDING CONTRACTOR Removed lo Suite 812 Starks Bldg. Louisville, Ky. 810 YORK STREET 1 a. m.; 8 p. m. Hours a. m. 1 Sunday Louisville, Ky. Phono South 1753 10-17-- Little tots are in awe, as you might expect but you would hardly look for tho wonder at the many ingenius of the "grown-ups- " playthings ment and See the Trains which so subtly combine amuseinstruction. For instance: demonstration of American Flyer they are guaranteed-months- i or six Priced as low . When the 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 possible amount of gas. It is made to last. The most popular cooking device in the world. Easy to clean, cooks quickly, bakes perfectly and consumes the least 10-1- RITTER-HENNING- S CO. Thos. 11. Kennedy Y Iouis D. Coady CO. Receivers and SlUppors of Hay and Grain. Manufacturers of Shur-Plee- z KENNEDY-COAD- Incorporated Poultry and Stock Feeds MEN'S FURNISHINGS C31 WEST WALNUT Hay. Grain, Flour and Mill Feed Chas. A. Cyphers' New Buffalo STREET Incubators and Brooders LOUISVILLE, KY. Homo Phone, City 7C62 LOUISVILLE, ICY. as $1.00 25c Folding Toy Ironing Boards at Dolls' Swinging Bassinet; white enam$1.00 eled $1.50 Dolls' Folding Wiro Mattress Cribs 89c Toy Wheelbarrow of sheet steel Steel-bod- y $1.29 Express Wagon 0 size .$3.00 Leather Upholstered Rocldng-Horses.- .. Basement 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. GEHER DAN fc 215 WEST MARKET STREET. HOME PHONE CITY 3238 SON" EDW. A. AXMAN J. HENNESSY Fall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. Leather Goods at Hall comes this offering of salesmen's "Samples" which we consider ourselves fortunate in secur- Hennessy UPSTAIRS STORE. Axman 425 W. Just at a time to benefit easily shoppers POPULAR PRICE TAILORS Jefferson Street 900-Y JOHN B. WATHEN ft FURNITURE MOVER and PACKER WAGON OR VAN 2325 West Walnut Street SOMETHING NEW Saving Device) Vapor Heating (Fuel J. L. BROWNFIELD & CO. Steam and Hot Water Heating 111 H. THIRD STREET Cumb. M. 1692 Home Phone 7846 $25 Wool Blankets S15 "NVhito A limited number of very Beautiful Fine California "Wool Blankets, in tho large PICNIC PAIRTIES A SPECIALTY Home Phpne Shawnee 198C ARTHUR A. WILL size, 80x90. These arc especially recommended as an THOS. J. BRODERICK 4392-- J BUILDER 2431 Montgomery Street Home PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGK Home iFhone City 1010 Phone Shawnee WM. ISGRIGG 1000 Zane Street Homo Phone 1191 Hollenbach's Wine Houao KARL A. HOLLBNBACH, Proprletoi SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR 1383-- L. 1105 Henry Street Homo Phone, Shawnee C. G. Importer and Dealer In WINES AND LIQUORS 144 South Third Street STIGLITZ & SONS FOR Room SEE POOLEY CONFIDENTIAL MONEY RDLIAEL.E P. R. POOLEY 1, Courier-Journ- al MANUFACTURERS Louisville JMade.Purnaces S. Ninth St. Home Phone City 2512 210-22- 2 Building 415 Fourth Sttcct Cumb. S. 981 Home, City 981 STATE HOME KILLED MEATS MISS JOSEPHINE WOLF FAIR MEAT MARKET 963 SOUTH THIRD STREET A Full Line of Fancy Groceries CONFECTIONER AND CATERES' 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 Extra Ileavy Quilted, Cotton-fille- d with pretty iloral and Persian patterned silkoline covering; in the largo size, 72x84. $7.00 Blankets $5.25 Pair Fine White 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 White Cotton-fille- d plain satine borsilkoline covering and der; in the large size, 72x84 inches. Second Floor Com-fort- ing. Among the lot are the following: , Medicine Cases Music Rolls Handkerchief Cases Collar Boxes Tobacco Pouches Handbags Traveling Cases Flasks - Bill Folds Coin Purses Being samples, these are naturally of the best of their grade and all perfect. To secure such leather goods at any time at half price is very out of the ordinary. noma. City IS Ml Cumb. South DOUGHERTY & LANNING INCORPORATED. COAL CO. Best Quality Pittsburg and Jellico Coal. Office and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue Manderine Jewelry 50c Manderine Jewelry is the newest thing in jewelry, quite novel in its antique finish and setting of beautiful colored stones. Wo 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 Early shopquickly selected by ping 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 arc 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 in cream and white and in both opera and l eck lengths. gift-seeker- 4n-x-xx-:&i- t lr I CBiLUB DR. 713-71- J. T. CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary. SOUTH SEVENTH STREET CmiA., S. 5 s. Tiliphwws 299a. 4 Home, City 2399. HX"XM-- FRANK FEHR BREWING CO JjaCOEPORATED Volland Calendars 50c Here arc, indeed, most unique and unusual pages, gifts. They are calendars of fifty-tw- o 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 be more helpful? Main Floor d Yin AM jUKiH S 7 YY. C1MITHC CAM OITUlllO OU1V and m Initialed Bath Towels Priced at 25c Extra Heavy Quality Turkish Bath Towels, in the sixc 21x40, with beautiful embroidered initial. ! AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Funeral Director Embalmer BOTH PHONES 810. Women's S3 Handbags $1.98 will profit by this offering, on now which brings savings of Handbags of bright pin seal. These are "in a variety of shapes, with various linings. Some have inside frames and some have coin purse and mirror. Main Floor Initialed Pillowcases Each 25c. in the size 42x36 inches, which are scalloped and beautifully embroidered in script initials. 25c Pillowcases 19c Hand-cu- t Scalloped Pillowcases; in the size Pillowcases, 42x36 inches. Second Floor Early gift-seeke- rs 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET, VWVVVWVWVVWWVWWVWWWVV. HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND J. J. BARRETT'S SONS! . e4 one-thir- d Brewers and Bottlers LOOTSVTLVLTE. KY. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE MAIN 3071-- y OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. 822 East Main jnrt. AVVVVVVVVVWVVkVM I DOUGHERTY Funeral Directors BOTH X & McELIOTT and Embalmers Home City 2008 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, 3EHOKTI3JgJ. Climb. Mam $ 299S-- a I 1 yl.HI"HI-M"l:-I4aM"HlI- 4 i I ,H"fl"M"t"l"l"l"H iiP. i ;; X I Hiiimunn ,iiiiitniMitiiiiMiiiiiiuniinii' Edward birthday, and all day long was kept are the officers chosen: President Ben A. Kruse. busy receiving tho congratulations LAWRENCE M. J. BANKGN, J. VEENEMAH, P. BANNSH, JR., 4 Vice President W. L. Gushing. of tho clergy and local admirers and Treasurer Thomas Keenan. Secretary Henry Schulten. Vice tm. t Treas. PfK. I Mgr. Secntiry. Sergeant-at-Arin- s James English. messages fiom all over the country Treasurer Charles Falk. and abroad. All expressed tho hope 512 CLAY STREET. 508, 510 Tim Lyons. Sentinel Sergeant-at-Arra- s John Schwlnd. Standing Committee William M. that Ood would long spare him to McCarthy, TELEPHONE 209 Eugene Trustees LOUISVILX.E. XT, HlgglnB, Thomas Walsh, David his people and tho archdiocese In Peter J. Dowllng, Peter P. Burchelt. O'Connell, Tim SuJHvan, Thomas which he Is such a valiant worker. announceadjournment Before Cleary. ment was made of the death of EdBISHOP POWER ACTING. A Case of Good Judgment. Order & Gate of , Owing to the vast amount of Sewer and Calvert Pipe, mund Rapp, the first Treasurer of money paid out this year for sick by Committee, and SanaeB's Patent Lidded Pipe fer Steaat Ceadaits, Word has been received at the the Central and death benefits ways and means offices of the tjathollc Church Ex- unanimous vote it was decided that Wall Capiat Draia Tile, Tltrified Brick, increasing the tension 'Socletj In Chicago that thej the Central Committee meet Sunday were discussed for Fire Freeing, Flae Lining, Fire BricK treasury, after which the matter was Right Rev. M. F. Power, Bishop of afternoon to visit his home, when Crate aad Bailer Tile, Greaad Fire Clay, Chimaey Yaps. referrod to a committee composd of St. George, ha i been appointed act- a farewell tribute would bo paid v Thos. Keenan, Thomas Tarpy, Will- ing President Catholic the deceased and prayers offered for of the Peerless Common Extra Pale Lager OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON repose of his soul. iam M. Higgins, Thomas Walsh, Church Extern Ion Society of Can- the Tim Sullivan, David O'Connell and ada. Since tie resignation of the HOMR PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN 507. Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON! FORESTS IN IRELAND. Peter Cusick, who will Teport In the Right Rev. M'inslgnor Burke, who ., And if you have tried the rest get the BEb'J . near future. Thomas Keenan spoke gave up the fork to act aB chap'-lal- n WORKS 13th it ad Brack, and Magnolia Ave., Bat. 9th aad lOrfc. in the Bri ten army, the society It is stated that there are PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69, In glowing terms of the great good 297,809 acres of fqreats in Ireland. the division has accomplished since has been witmt a head M' Hl M"HM4'M-M--H"I"- !! ! W it was founded on May 31, 1874, and CENTRAL COMMITTEE ELECTS. also how adhesive and ardent today On Friday night of last week the Tho regular meeting of Division 1, are its living members to the great Committee, Catholic Knights A. O. H on Thursday night of last principles of this ancient and noble Central INCORPORATED of America, held their annual elecweek surpassed all others In attend- order. LOUISVILLE, tion of officers at St. John's Hall PHONE CITY 859. ance and enthusiasm and the enjoyand enjoyed a fine luncheon In OA11N1VAL. prevailed, together ATHLKT1C able mood that honor of tho retiring officers and with the well chosen addresses for their new successors. Tho best of Home Phone 1913 In feeling prevailed and all who would Cumb. Phone West 191 Lively interest was manifested the good and welfare of the order. THE Much correspondence from the Na- the. opening of Mackln Council's bas- consent to servo were given antional Secrteary was read by Secre- ketball season last week, and so other term. President Ben Kruse, tary McCarthy, and also the report large was tho number of applica- whoso popularity landed him his proceedings. the chair, of tho County Board an eight club league was third term, occupied Schulten and Henry and The Visiting Committee reported the tions thatfor those desiring to par- Secretary required death of Patrick Harty and tho ill- ticipate In the games, which will be Treasurer Charles Falk, also reINCORPORATED the ness of Thomas Shelly and Michael played Friday elected, helped in dispatching McrWednesday and Chairman Eugene O'Brien. When nomination and elec- nights. Sunday morning the Mackin business. Carthy, of tho Extension Committee, tion of officers was announced In or- Athletic Board held a special meetreported with der Attorney Thomas Walsh arose ing when preliminary action was the ladies' the progress made most branch, which was and paid tribute to the administralooking to an athletic carnival gratifying. A letter was received tion of President Mark Ryan and his taken year. Chairman from Supreme Treasurer colleagues, the success of which was early in the new Mackin's repre- expressing appreciation of Hannauer Sold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excellent Saw, Spayd will direct standing of the di- sentative baskotball team, and ex- - tral Committee's assurance the Cenmanifest in the of conGRUBER & DEUSER, Managers, Louisville, Ky. vision. At the conclusion of his ' pects It to be the pride of the West fidence and loyalty to tho Supreme speech the Incumbent officers were End. officers. After tho eatables had for the ensuing year. They been enjoyed and the "smokes" JOHN B. FRANK are: passed, those present had the pleasKEMESniEU HIS BIRTHDAY. ure of listening to short speeches President Mark Ryan. Vice President W. L. Gushing. Last Saturday the Moat Rev. by Gen. Michael Rclchert, Peter J. Recording Secretary Daniel Mc- Henry Moeller, Archbishop of Cin- Dowllng, Charles G. Hill, Capt. Oscar Maler and others. Following Carthy. cinnati, celebrated his sixty-sixt- h INDORSED OLD OFPICEKS. JOHN F. OERTEL CO.4 Kf WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers. -v Clancy. Financial Secretary Clay Street Brewery and WALTERS' BANN0N PIPE CO. i FALL CITY BEpR 573-178- 6. I XCJESKTXJaKlr XRXmXX JUBkRIOAr.. - If Will Be Guaranteed to Those Who Receive a YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION TO THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN Semi to your loved ones away from home. Contains all the NEWS 'OF INTEREST and will be a WELCOME WEEKLY $1.00 PER YEAR TO ANYWHERE IN UNITED STATES FOREIGN COUNTRIES S1.50 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN: Please send paper for one year to Name Address : LETTER. Fill Out This Coupon and We Will Send the Presentation Card to the Recipient. Mail CATHOLICS to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 319 W. Green that city, had a most successful celebration and banquet in honor of thirty-fiv- e Us organization years ago. St., Louisville, Ky. morning, kneel at the altar rail of your parish church. Tho priest will come and reverently bestow- - upon you your Christmas gift. It is the gift of gifts tho gift that makes Christmas Christmas. FATHER SPENSLEY PASSES. City. ..... .'.v. :n .?r: :.. :Tsm?. : his usual business about midday, and after dinner went into his farmyara to seo after his men. Feeling 111 ho was helped home, where he died after a very short period. Tho death occured at New Ross of the Right Rev. Dean Kavanagh, V. G., aged seventy-flvfollowing a severe attack of pneumonia. Born at Scar Castle, Duncormack, ho was a member of a very respectable Wexford family. Ho had a distinguished college career at Maynooth. A resolution against conscription was adopted unanimously by the Sllovedaragh District .Council. It terms wero: "That we declaro emphatically that we will not have or compulsion In any form, and wo call on all intending emigrants to remain at homo to defend our shores against foreign invasion." o, vs. accusers. , ' church and their , Catholic On October 12 in America. of this year, at the Columbus day m banquet in Ottumwa, Iowa, the Hon. N. E. Kendall, of Albla, former rep-Jresentatlve in Congress from his dls-jtrict, very vigorously presented the to the of H historical facts as United actions on Catholics in the States m the question of religious liberty and a quite flF tolerance. Intogether able manner the incidents W he grouped W that have proved the devotion of the v Catholic Americans to their native ' or adopted land. He showed the Ca&ollc heroes who have risked their property and lives for our 'country. Toward the end of his address the Congressman said: "The Catholic people aro to be congratulated for that under misrepresentation, slander and vituperation almost without parallel except in the bil lingsgate of the gutter they have displayed a marveiouB anu commend able moderation. Their priests have been maligned, their nuns have been traducedt their church has been vil ified; and they have preserved a splendid restraint throughout. Let nobody be discouraged or disheartened. The frenzy of fanaticism will abate. The penumbra of prejudice will lighten. The intolerance of insanity will subside." This address has now been issued in pamphlet I form by the Central Bureau of the Central Vereln, making a quite excellent little document for distribution purposes, especially among It is published as one of the bureau's double penny leaflets and Is sold for two cents the copy, with reduction per copjr for purchases in large numbers! Address the Central Bureau of the Central Vereln, Temple building, St. Louis. fellow-citlzenB The expression of a man in pub-ti- c pointing to life, a the real facts as to the attiude of Catholics toward religious liberty In this country, aro worthy of quota When they are clearly and tion. forcibly stated they deserve the widest publicity. They should no doubt prove of great aid in dispelling the prejudices of many men against the .HIBERNIANS. AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY. IRELAND. Record of the Most Beginning the day by 'attending (Timely Record of Some Memorthe What They Have Been Doing mass at St.of Patrick's church, initiable Events in the Catholic Heppner, Ore., Hibernians History of America. the Past Week General ated sixteen members, closing the day with a banquet at the Palace News Notes. Hotel, at which Rev. Father The membership in Canada is less than 5,000. Milwaukee Hibernians ended the year by adding to their rolls fifty new members. Division 6 of Springfield, Mass., conferred the degrees on twenty Important of H H B V candidates last month. Twenty-fiv- e members were Initiated at the last meeting of the division at Oshkosh, Wis. REQUEST TO SISTERS. B.equests amounting to $456,000 are provided for In the will of the late Mrs. Deborah Milltken, New Orleans. A gift of $50,000 is made to Charity Hospital in New Orleans, conducted by the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent do Paul, the lnter- pr on this legacy to be used ex clusively for repairs and refurnishing, of the Richard Milltken Memorial Hospital for Children. TOWER'S SECRET. The leaning Tower of Pisa is in no danger of falling. For over 800 years It hs bwm Inclined to one side, but it I said' to be aa safe today a when it was built. This is because the workmen found it settling to one side while; they were erecting It, so the tower wbh made accordingly. The National Board has approved the call for a congress of the Irish race to be held in Washington. All the Chicago auxiliaries had completion. candidates for the recent big InRev. Dr. Keloher, chaplain of the itiation held in Emmet Memorial Ladies' Auxiliary at Lowell, Mass., Hall. was the guest of honor at tho NoAfter the holidays a campaign vember meeting, and during the will bo started to make Divfslon 1 social hour presented the President, Gaffnoy, with of Omaha one of the largest In the Miss Catherine a country. beautiful signet ring of tho order Last Tuesday 250 candidates were In honor of her birthday and as a be given the degrees at Utica, IN. token of the lovo and esteem In Y, National and State officers were which she is held by the members. be visitors. ARCHBISHOP IRELAND. The date for the proposed Irish convention has been national changed, the city and date to be Next Tuesday His Grace the Most announced later. Reverend John Ireland, D. D., ArchAt the County Board initiation of bishop of St. Paul, will complete years in tho sacred priestthe Ladies' Auxiliary at Indianapolis thirty-on- e new members were hood. His Grace was born in Coungiven the degrees. ty Kilkenny,' Ireland, In 1838, and The Hibernians of Portland, Ore., came to this country in boyhood. A man marked out by his talents are conducting an educational course of meetings, open to men from the beginning, ho passed and women members and visitors. through some of the most arduous With the amalgamation of the campaigning of tho Civil War as four divisions at Columbus, Ohio, chaplain to the Fifth Minnesota regiIt is intended to hold .the largest ment. After a term of duty as rector Initiation ever witnessed in that of the- Cathedral of St. Paul, he was city. In 1871 consecrated The seven divisions of Worcester, of that dloceso, and became Its Mass., are going to hold an "in- chief ruler In 1884. In 1888 tne terest" campaign and more social Bee of St. Paul was raised to Metromeetings for Increasing the mem- politan rank, and in 1889 His Grace bership. secured the further development of The Hibernians of Concord, N. the hierarchy in the Northwest by H., have contributed a beautiful tho erection of tho new suffragan window to St. John's chapel as a sees of Sioux Falls, St. Cloud, Winmemorial to deceased members of ona, Duluth and Fargo. A man of the order. large views and lover of Division 3 and tho Ladies' Auxfreedom American iliary of Hooslck Falls, N. Y., such carries, as Archbishop citizenthe stands opened their new hall with a din- ship ner, at which Rov. P. I. Donnelly for all tho causes that elevate a nation. His early training in France made the address. ' The Ladles' Auxiliary of Colum- has given him a special insight into bus, Ohio, gave a successful min- such controversies as arose when strel entertainment last week. The French formalism made its attack next event will be memorial serv- upon the new phasese of what was dubbed "Americanism," in apparent ices for deceased members. At a monster joint meeting last Ignorance of the existence of an Sunday at Albany a remarkably suc- Idealistic school of Catholic thought cessful membership campaign was In all ages and among all peoples. brought to a close with tho initia- The crowning work of this has been the erection of the tion of nearly 500 candidates. The Ladies' Auxiliary memler-shl- p magnificent Cathedrals of St. Paul contest at Brockton,' Mass., Tias and Minneapolis. let a record. At the last meeting LIGHT DHBT. fifty candidates were obligated and twenty applications balloted upon. The public debt of the United Division 1 of St. Paul, the organization of the. order in States 1b given aa $11 per person,. fifty-four - O'Rourke presided as toastmaster. Tho Rov. P. N. McDermott, County President, presided at the recent banquet and reunion at Massena, Iowa, and so pleased with the results aro the division and auxiliary that they aro oncouraged to "come back." Over 250 people were present. Auxiliary degree The Ladles' team of New Britain, Conn., winners of the sliver cup In the State competitive drill, is considered one of the best drilled ladies' companies country. The drill was In tho judged by three military men and required twenty-si-x minutes for Bishop-Coadjut- or great-prelat- e plb-ne- er Rov. Dr. John Spensley, President By James A. Rooney, LL. D. of. the Cardinal Gibbons Memorial Dec. 19, 1845 Death at Taneytown, Hall at the Catholic University, died Tho late W. Teele, Ennlskillen, Md., of tho Rev. Nicholas Zocchi, at Providence Hospital In WashingS. J. pioneer Jesuit missionary; ton on December 9, as a result of left estate valued at $72,325. succeeded Father Gallitzln at The death of Canon Gillgan, Car-ricconsequent comTaneytown In 1805 and also built heart troubles and is much regretted throughout Dr. Spensley was born a church at Winchester, Va.; plications. 111., tho Diocese of Ardagh. In Galena, in 1872, of stationed at St. Peter's, New At the monthly Petty Sessions of parents. He was a descendant York City, in 1810. n Crozler family ot Ballintubber there was not a single Dec. 20, 1653 Adam Gilg, of the and received his early edu- case on -- the book for hearing. Father France, S. J., born at Roemerstadt, MoRev. Father O'Meara, tho newly cation at Albany Academy. In 1884 ravia; entered the Society of ho entered tho Catholic church with appointed spiritual director, has been Jesus at Olmtitz September 30, his mother, and later became an ec- elected President of the Birr Young 1C70; reached Mexico, October clesiastical student at the North Men's Society. 5, 1G87; missionary in California American College In Rome, where At a meeting of Monaghan County Juan Salvatlerra ho was ordained a priest In 1894 for Council a resolution under Father protesting mission of Santa tho diocese of Albany, and in the against th6 imprisonment of Irish and founded tho Maria del Populo, March 11, samo year received from tho Propa- Volunteers was passed. 1C88. ganda College the degree of Doctor Tho death Is announced of Very Dec. 21, 1842 Tho Rev. Dr. James of Divinity. After serving for sov-er- Rev. Canon Sloane, Drumcliffo. He ordained at Andrew Corcoran years In his own diocese he en- was a member of a number of the Rome; born In Charleston, S. C, tered the Catholic University in public boards of the country. March 30, 1820; first native of 1903 at the call of his then rector, resat Tho has that State to be raised to the Bishop O'Connell, and was attached idence death his occurredMrs. thoOwen niece, of priesthood; editor, orientalist to the administration staff until the D'Arcy, and theologian of the American present time. Ho was for several Tuohy, Ennls, of Michael family. a hierarchy at the Vatican Council. years President of Albert Hall, but member of an old Ennls Tho Moneygall Town Tenants have Dec. 22, 1906 Death in his sevent- when tho Cardinal Gibbons Memorial y-second year and tho twenty-secon-d Hall was opened in 1911 Dr. Spens- passed a resolution of regret at the of his episcopacy o! the ley was promoted to Its Presidency. departure of their President, Father Right Rev. Henry Cosgrovo, sec- In this capacity he had constantly Moloney, who has been transferr6d ond Bishop of Davenport, Iowa; one hundred and thirty young men to Ruan, County Claro. The death took place suddenly of born In Williamsport, Pa., De- under his care, coming from all Clerk, Tuam cember 19, 1834; ordained Au- parts of tho United States. Without John Glynn, gust 7, 1857; consecrated exception he endeared himself to Town Commissioners, at the ago of years. Ho was recog14, 1884. this large body of undergraduates seventy-fou-r Dec. 23, 1771 Death of Venerable by his fatherly solicitude and con- nized as ono of tho greatest Irish scholars of the day. Marguerlto d'Youvllle, stant devotion to their Interests. Maria Richard O'Brien and his wife wero foundress o.f tho Gray Nuns; evicted from their holding at Bally-grlfflTHOSE OLD FOLKS. born at Varennes, near Montreal, of Mallow, for October 15, 1701; declared VenDeal very gently with those who rent. The landlord is Capt. Nugent erable, April 28, 1890. agent Dec. 24, 1827 The Rev. Joseph A. are on the downhill of life. Your C. Nagle, Devonshire, and tho New York own time is coming .to be where Capt. Creagh Barry. Schneller ordained in At a largely attended meeting of by Bishop Dubois; born In Aus- they now are. You also are "step retria; missionary in Pennsylvania ping forward." Soothe the rest the Catholics of Cootehill, held was and New Jersey, where ho built lessness of ago by amusement, by cently In St. Michael's Hall, it decided that a new church bo built tho first church In New Bruns- consideration, by wick; died pastor of St. Paul's and by allowing plenty of occupation to replace the old building, which state. church, Brooklyn, September 18, to fall Into the hands ithat long for Is In a It. But let it be of rtneir own, Tho Granard Board of GUnrdlans 1862. Dec. 25, 1806 riot by choosing, and cease to order their passod a resolution condemning the ways for were forbears of children. them as though tboyart ot action of the Cunard Company in retho "High-BindersCultivate fusing to allow Irish emigrants to "patriots," in leaving people alone,tho great tho prosnt-da- y even those you travel by their vessel while allowwhich one man was killed find you have a right to direct In ing English emigrants to do so. several Injured, in Augustus think particular. On his transfer to Roscommon, street (now CJty Hall Place) the minutest tho late parishioners of tho Rov. T. New York, thonichlefly inhabited HELP THE TOOR. J. Carney, at Kilkeevan, Castlerea, by Catholic Irish. with an illiumluated presented As the season is advancing and address ashim tribute to tho good a YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFT. pold weather tmay bo expected any work he performed while amongst clothing of any kind years. Your Christmas gift Is ready and day, discarded either for men, women or chil- them for five waiting for you, says the Llguorlan. dren On the occasion of his translawill be gratefully received It is a richer and greater gift than tion as parish priest of Ballybunlon, you, in your wildest flights of by th St. Vincent do Paul Society. his late parishioners at Klllarney, aro repeatedly fancy, have ever Conceived, ilt la Tho Vincentians among whom ho labored for somo the satisfaction of all desires, the called upon to supply clothing to twenty years with zeal and kindlisource of all riches, the crown of tho poor whom they visit in their ness, presented the Very Rov. Michall joy, When yob possess till? homes. When you are cleaning ael Canon Fuller with an Illuminatgift there la nothing mor,o that house, remember to lay away all the can 3ivo you. old clothing, furniture and odds and ed address. eitner man or uo Tho sudden death of Michael Lls-toTM8 girt la waiting ror you. ends for which you have no further pare your soul byja sorowfuueon use, and send them to the St. Vinfarmer, has. occurred at his resAnd thfl. on ChrlaYmas cent de Paul Society, feuslon. idence, Newcastle West. He was at k, non-Cathol- ic well-knowal ex-ToSp-tember n, non-payme- nt ce seml-dllapidatAnti-Cathol- ic ," n. the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. RECOMMENDATIONS. Among tho recommendations made tho commission of the Knights of Columbus which has been inves: tigatlng religious prejudice, thoso submitted by Buffalo Council aro deserving of tho most serious considby eration. They are? "Have all clubs and societies givo Instructions and lectures on timely topics. Make these meetings open to the public. "Have Catholics afflllato with civic movements for tho betterment of tho community. "Mako tho attitudoof tho Catholic press toward Protestants moro considerate, more charitable, and moro Christian. rt "Condemn tho tendency to Catholics for public ofllco solely because they aro Catholics. "Investigate all reports about discrimination against Protestants and Catholics, and learn tho facts before action is taken. "Verify all Tumors with reference to activity, and learn tho truth then try to apply a remedy." Every council of the order Is urged to give earnest consideration to these points. sup-noanti-Cathol- ic FREE ROOK. A free" booklet. "A List of Books for tho Study of tho Social Question," has been Issued by tho Central Bureau of tho Central Vereln In tho fourth revised edition. This booklet. Intended for students of the social question, has been distributed In the past to tho number of 8,500 copies and tho present lssuo is the tenth thousand. Students interested In this matter should address tho Central Bureau, 201 Temple building, St. Louis. HOME LIFE. Life would bo smoother In many a homo If everybody would endeavor to understand his or her neighbor and If ovorybody wore taken at tho best and not at tho worst. Don't save smiles for strangers .and frowns for home. Such thoughtlessness and Indifference may reap bitter reward. Y JKBTCODTJOKir $&&!&&&&$$ xsxsxxxssxss; 70 Years in xxSX---,---- IRISH A.JS40E'SBTOAJS:. SOCIETY DIRECTORY. A. 0. H. DIVISION 1. Second and Fourth Thursday, Lieder-kranHall, Sixth and Walnut. z xh Business Under the Same Name. JBACONasoHS FOR FATHER all-wo- ol ck 70 Years of Satisfaction to Our Customers. THE CHRISTMAS STORE SOMETHING AND THE BOYS $2.05 and (Jnuntlets; for men and Vclour boys; they aro fleece lined and have largo cuffs; tho prices are 50c $1.00, 8Ec, 75c and Men's Gloves; lined and unllned; they are mado of kid, suede, capo and Mocha; prices, per pair, $2.00, $1.75, $1.50, $1.25, $1.15 and $1.00 Combination Sets; consisting of one pair of suspenders and ono pair of cable web garters; prices $1.00 and 50c a nice gift for Suspenders make a man; we havo them in llslo or silk web and put up in a "handsome box; prices, per pair, $1.00, 50c and 25c Thread Silk Socks; full fashioned and in black and colors; these are put up in a handsome box; price, per pair, $1.00 and . ,50c Fiber Silk Socks; full seamless; In black and colors; put up 4 pairs in a box; price . . . .$1.00 Men's and Boys' Belts; shown with either plain or monogram buckle; prices $1.00 and ..50c $6.95, $5.45, $4.95, $3.95 Cambric Handkerchiefs having a Windsor Tics; shown in plain colors and handsome plaids and linen finish, and with initial in 25c priced at only the corner; put up 6 in a box 00c for Smoking Jackets; they are made hemHandkerchiefs; Cambric golf cloth in a beauof finish; plain stitched with linen d effect with silk tiful put up C white without initial; frogs and patch pockets;, the 50c in a box for colors are navy, Oxford gray, maroon, brown, tan and green; Linen Handkerchiefs; hemstitched in either stripes or plaids; the and with handsome initial on $4.95 are $7.50, prices them; put up 6 in a box; for S3.05 75c and $1.40, fl.35 and Linen Handkerchiefs; plain white, Automobile Gauntlets; made of hemstitched; put up C in a box; heavy leather with largo cuffs; price $1.00 tho prices aro $3.50, $3.00, $2.50, $2.00, $1.50 and . .S1.00 Linen Handkerchiefs; plain white, hemstitched with , V and inch hems; price, each, 50c, 35c, Sweater Coats; made with a shawl collar and have an 10c 25c, 15 and face; the colors are Oxford gray, a Silk Handkerchiefs; these have maroon, heather and light gray; handsome embroidered initial; 3.50 price .. , 25c price, each, 50c and Coats; made with a shawl Silk Handkerchiefs; with colored Sweater and have a worsted face; dollar 25c borders; 50c and the colors are red, Havana Tics; made of silk brown and navy; price . .$2.50 and shown in largo shapes and beautiful selections, and put up Sweatee Coats; made in the model with a flno worsted in a handsome box, suitable for face; tho colors are navy blue, gift purposes; prices $1.50, gray; Oxford and black 25c $1.00, 55c, 50c and price S2.00 Silk Mufflers; these aro square in shape and made of brocaded Sweater Coats; made of heavy mixed wool and having shawl silk; in black and white; the collar; tho colors are red and prices are $2.00, $1.50, $1.00 navy bluo; price 50c $1.50 and two-tone- Recording Secretary Daniel Carthy. Treasurer Thomas Keenan. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Tarpy. Mc- Clancy. Financial Vice President President Mark Ryan. William Cushlng. Secretary Edward where suddenly the valley lay smiling before me through a veil of Prediction That Quinine amethyst, my heart leaped, for I had never seen so beautiful a sight. Shortly Will Advance You do not know how handy the old school books and homo albums to $3 are until you go quoting their verse Ounce. all around Ireland. Leaving Tipperary, as wo sped across the glen, What are you going to do for oho suddenly leaped to mind: a remedy for Chills, Malaria or Now God watch over you, Shameen, Fever? TAKE And tho blessed Mother Mary! 'Twas you that had tho lightest an Such scores of times in the mornin' In all sweet Tipperary. bright light heart Leselia Fever Remedy You sung this very road, Vou med the mare's heart bato so She never felt her load. 'Twas you could lilt wid DIVISION 2. ltlankct Until Robes; shown In Sweater Coats; made with pretty floral designs, plaids and of heavy wool mixture; the Indian effects; beautiful color colors are navy blue, Oxford combinations; nil are handgray, maroon and brown; somely trimmed; tho prices are price $1.00 Sweater Coats; made with shawl collars and pockets; the colors are navy blue, dark and light 50c Oxford; price Sweater Coats; made in the model and having pockets; tho color is a light Oxford; 50c price , Silk Shirts; in colors that are guaranteed washable; a handsome collection of combination strips; all of them have tho k cuffs and are French made in the coat style; we have all sizes; the prices are $3.50, $1.05 $3.00 and Silk Front Shirts; mado in tho coat style with French turnback cuffs and guaranteed washable colors; price $1.35 Threo Shirts for $4.00. Laundered Percale Shirts; mado in the coat style with laundered cuffs attached; in plain and plaited bosoms; also in plain white; both styles; prices $1.50 and $1.00 $1.00 Shifts at 3 for . .$2.75 $1.50 Shirts nt 3 for . .$1.25 ck ton. Hall, Sixth and Walnut. President Joseph Lynch. Vice President Daniel O'Keefe. Recording Secretary John T. Keaney. Secretary Edward J. Financial Kelran. Treasurer Thomas Hannan. Sergeant-at-Arm- s John P. Hel- Meets First Wednesday Llederkranz -- turn-bac- ed rour-ln-IInn- d ck Toilet and Shaving Accessories Vanity Christmas Packages; containing Toilet Waters, Perfumes, Powders, etc.; prices 50c $2.50 down to Colgate's or "Williams' Clirlstmns Packages; containing fine toilet goods; $3.00 down to ....25c Mclbn Toilet "Waters; put up in fancy purple boxes; prices 75c $1.00 and Melba Perfumes; in Christmas boxes; prices, $1.25 and... 50c Perfumes and Toilet Waters; nil to 1 standard qualities; ounce put up in Christmas packages; each, $1.50 down to 25c Durham Duplex Domino Snfcty Hazor; with Ivory handle; with G blades and stropping attachcase; ment; In leather price $1.00 French Ivory Toilet nud Manicure good quality grained Sets; d ivory; put up in leatherette cases; priced from $8.50 $25.00 down to French Ivory; trays, buffers, puff boxes, hair receivers, mirrors and hair brushes; $1.50 quali$1.00 ties French Ivory Combs; flno and coarse and nil coarse; $1.00, 25c 75c, 50c and satin-line- raW5g5fl-n:CT-TOMIHiM!- YOU CAN NOT LOSE IP YOU Wm Save Blue Stamps Every page can be redeemed for 1 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. 1 1 -- MUTUAL STAMP CO. 424 WEST MARKET STREET. Cx Good Coffee a Morning Necessity BlpffiB Bn' .Ml Yiu'll find that Mulloy's Colfei Is JUST what you want Nw Blond Coffee with Special Rebate Tioket, good for 10o 2 1.2 lbs. in trade The Mmlloy man in in your neighborhood every week Phone us and have him call. OHC WWW ( JOH2XT BOTH M. MXCOCyOST. Y PHONES 1323-21- 2 W. MARKET W&&&&&&&&'&&&'&&S&4&&QQQQw& SSx$$ The Last Dollar That you spent for something you did not NEED would have itarted a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED twice a year; There MAY COME a time when your "LAST DOLLAR" mast be spent (or something you DO NEED. The SAVING now of the dollars you are wasting might keep that "bard time" from ever costing. Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. Fifth and Court Place. Open Dally Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Cut Flowers for all occasions. Special attentioa given orders. out-of-to- FLORISTS NEUNER INCORPORATED, CSIO Ta.aB.i EP3H- - ll. Schneider's Meat Market FIFTH ST. Opposite the Cathedral. CO. Gkelee Beef, Veal. Lamb, Million. Ham), Batea, Perk, Lard. Sausage. Ky. Tekptwae City 2241 440 SOUTH NEW NANZ 6S7 Fearth Ave.. LJville, Martin Kale heard, and as the train pulled in they were concluding "Old Black Joe." Thomas Noone. Again I was thankful to the old scrapbook as I leaned over tho DIVISION 4. bridge in Cork that still afternoon Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, and heard a sweet chimo sound, Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. with a peculiar cadence and memory President John H. Hennessy. rippled in rime, tho old classic that Vice President Thomas Lynch. has held so many a scholar audience $ Financial Secretary Thomas J. enthralled. But not the most fervid Langan. reciter ever trembled with greater Recording Secretary John J. emotion than mine when first I heard those Barry. . . . bells of Shandon Treasurer Pat Connelly. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Far-- That sound so grand on The pleasant waters of the River rell. Lee. Sentinel M. J. McDermott. I haven't space to recall my adventures of not kissing tho Blarney Y. M. I. stone, after I climbed up within two feet of it, but I only want to MAC-UCOUNCIL, 205. say that, after looking over and Meets Monday Evenings at Club above and around and below that Steel Ilnzors; full hollow ground; French Ivory Toilet Sets; 3 pieces stone, I will take no one's word House, 344 North Twenty-sixtguaranteed to give satisfaction; to set; in white or leatherette that he has kissed it, but I must special at President John J.' Lynn. cases; price, $0.00, $7.50 $1.00 have a photograph First Vice President John W. an affidavit saying of tho act and and $5.00 Razors; hollow ground; Steel that the film ItMurphy. each 50c French Ivory Mnnicuro Sets; in Second Vice President Martin self was not merely inverted. white boxes, nicely lined; from But in that journey I saw wonSbnving Brushes; with ivory, P. Schadd. derfully what I had seen every$3.50 down to 50c nickel or horn handles; set in Treasurer George J. Thornton. where else In the country, tho rubber and rubber set; prices, French Ivory Manicure Sets; also Financial Secretary A. C. Link. perity of Ireland. As we dipped prosinto d Pearl; in $1.50 down to. ...;...-.- . . .25c leatherette S Recording Secretary William G. tho green valleys carpeted with cases; prices, $12.50 down Pyrolln Ivory Toilet and Manicure Buckel. trim gardens, or rolled up the ferto $3.50 Sets; extra heavy quality solid Marshal Harry Alberts. tile hills spread with potatoes or stock; put up in nicely lined Combination Sets; consisting of Inside Sentinel Edward Gratzer. wheat, Ireland looked moro of a cases; priced from $30.00 down Brush, Comb, Mirror and all Outside Sentinel Harvey Pfeif- - marekt country than even Nor$ necessary manicure articles to fer. $15.00 mandy before the war. And It was Sterling Silver for., .v. .$37.50 Gem Dainnskene Safety Razors; Executive Committee Frank G. that intensive cultivation of small, e d plots that only comes with with 7 extra blades; put up in Adams, Thomas Bachman, Frank from $17.50 down to Geller, leather case; price A. W. Andriot, John R. Individual ownership. $1.00 $0.00 Barry. I dived Into my book for Information. As I read of tho Agricultural by Sir Horace IRELAND OF TODAY. Society organized and realized that Plunkett In 1894, now 600,000 farmers own their own Halnsloy and Mrs. Walter Sanders. EVENTS. land, and there are today 50,000 Her funeral was held from St. cottages that rent for from twelve (Continued From First Page.) December 28 Birthday party and Cecilia's Friday morning, and in tho to fifty cents a week, with the lotto, afternon and evening, in St. eermon emphasis was laid on the noblo Catholic life of the deceased. known in American politics. He is rental applied for purchase, I would Ann's school hall. look from my window and an old man now, and he is richer this regeneration of Irelandsee what January Carnival at Trinmeans. HYPHENS IS RECORD. than tho fabled bags of gold sound- Absentee, landlordism is a thing of ity Council Club House, Baxter and ed. I knew he had married, and his tho past. Everywhere Morton. I saw beautidaughter was a social queen, in- ful Httlo cottagos, When wo started as a nation, 7 January with running Annual charity we launched our ship of deed, In the West; but I wondered water and When sanitaeuchre- and lotto for St. Anthony's what the old man thought when he tion, replacing the old sheellngs of state, Hospital, Phoenix Hill Hall. first heard tho song of "Tipperary." tho oppressed laborer. Particularly When wo sent the Britons homeJanuary 27 Leap Year dance of Finally it was Molllo of tho Lost ward, Motions who ambled with mo to the In the creamery districts of Cork Ladles' Auxiliary at Schrelbor's Shut them out and locked tho store Hall. where sho besought tho owner and Waterford I saw how closely gate, to tell mo if ever there had been related tho farmer's prosperity is to Then wo turned our whole atten- fought a battle of any sort In tho bis home. In these districts, whose tion town. Ho sat down heavily on a butter and egg supply rivals DenRECENT DEATHS. To tho men who fought and foil, soap box and thought a long, long mark's, tho enforced sanitation has Tuesday morning the funeral of Who wero sleeping on tho hillside, time. Finally ho scratched his head pursued the dairyman, and the HtIn tho valley, in the dell. very slowly and said: "Yis, there tlo cottages were as clean as a Stephen F. Porter was held from was oncot a battle in Tipperary." Bavarian's. Sacred Heart church, Rev. Father And wo found a few from Erin, Everywhere activity and purpose And a few from o'er tho Rhine, Walsh celebrating the requiem In a brogue much too thick to mass. The deceased was an elec- And a few from, other nations spell ho told mo that wonderful replaced tho "dreamy eyes and story of tho battle; but instead of handsbywithout purpose" onco poettrician and had beon ill for six As we traveled down tho line, Cheerful, happy Yeats. months with heart trouble. His Who from Lexington to Concord its being between the Danes and ized looked up from their work, wife, Mrs. Mabel Porter, and three tho Celts or tho English and tho faces Helped to put tho foe to rout, herbrothers survive him. Irish, it was a neighborhood bat- and Ireland, who onco bewailedpotato And their names aro In tho record tle, betweon tho McGIntys and tho self as childless after tho And you can not blot them out. McCarthys, and it was the reason famine of '47, is now ringing with Tho funeral of Mrs. Annie Walsh young. laughter I for tho unique division of old and the boys and of thoeverywhere, saw Mayer, who died on Friday at RichADDITIONAL HIHEHNIANS. the girls and now Tipperary. mond Hill, N. Y was held Monday wero in tho public libraries in It began the night the McCar- they ovenlng as well as at the movmorning from St. Mary's Mag3 will meet Monday eventhys gave a grand wako and did the dalene's church. Mrs. Mayer was ingDivision and Division 1 on Thursday. not invite tho McGIntys because a ing pictures. the widow of Alfred E. Mayer, a Macroom was as droll a little The special Initiation fee promises McGinty had met a McCarthy, and former produce merchant of this tho McGinty had said: "I wouldn't town as ever winked at tho hills, city, and daughter of Peter Walsh, to bring in many now members. Tho Ladles' Auxiliary will enter- bo weeping for a McCarthy who some years ago retired from that but and dacent the tailoring business. Her re- tain with another dance next month. was too poor to oven lave a widdy." 'Twas nate adjacent And quit mains arrived Sunday afternoon and Tho County Board will not meet Tho McCarthy had avenged tho in- - To come from Cork on a summer's by vvero taken charge of by Gran W. again until after tho first ,of the i BUlt very holdingof the wako un under day. noso the the McGinty's hut, Smith's Sons. year. up tho camo As and then tho McGIntys had re street, Iwhoso business seemed c to bo 3 has Every taliated by Holding threo grand keeping tho roofs of tho opposite William Coonan, an aged and re- promised member of Division to bring in an application wakes in ono year, to none of spected citizen and wldoly known this month or next. and which tho McCarthys were Invited. houses together apart,their backthrough his long connection with the an old man Then tho McCarthys rose up against slanting doorsteps .Muldoon Monument Company, passed rue ..icuintys, and said to all tho and woman prodded a reluctant pig AVIIAT KNOX SAID. from this life Saturday at his. home, Choose vour with long, forked sticks. As they families of the town prodded tho pig they muttered 1518 West Chestnut street. Hia of tSatef Philander sides. Will yo be for the McGIntys fiercely to each other, and shook death resulted from pneumonia. C. Knox, speaking at the dinner of or for tho McCarthy? There's no their .lists now at tho air, now at Mr. Coonan was a charter member of - gobetwanln'." the Fivo the pig. I wondered what Branch 4, C. K. of A., and was long delphla, O'clock Club In PhllaAl) tl10 families for the McGIntys tragedy I would witness Ifdomestic coinage of tho said that by any active In Catholic circles. Surviving phrase hyphenated-citizenshi-tho p was weu. io one sio oiuie town, wnicn chance these stiftks crossed him are two sons and three daugh- an was called "Now Tipperary," and other. The porker marched on each unfortunate thing. with ters. The funeral was held Tuesday ucuannys that tremendous dignity of an Irish "10 Some clover mnn recently coined u' morning from the Cathedral and was pig, who always looks so conscious McGl'nVswere ' attended by largo numbers of old his superior hnm and 1ms done great mischief. the McCarthys had all the good of Miss Van Dyke closes bacon. acfriends and acquaintances. her It has placed millions of our Ameri- - piBS, Tho MciGntys got very poor can citizens, it not under suspicion, and of a Sunday would stand by the count with a story of her visit to Mrs. Ellen Driscoll, ager eighty-si- x at least in a position where they be- - great fence putting their noses over Mr. and Mrs. Michael O'Leary, tho widow, of David Driscoll and come sensitive. Sergeant of Michael Wo havo always to smell the McCarthys' roasting parents won mother of John D. Driscoll, Secretary been accustomed to hyphenated pigs; but small good it did them, O'Leary, who present the Victorian war. of the Citizens' Trust Company, died Americanism. Tho very nature of for never were they invited to a Cross in tho At tho last rays of twilight I rose Monday night at tho homo of her our country's population mnkes it wake or a wedding, nor did they to leave the Httlo cottage after a son In Jefforsonvllle. Her funeral eo. I, for one, desire to discourage ever speak to the McCarthys. Invitation to sup took place Thursday morning fnrtn Mm ifip.T nt rtiErrivUMnf- - nnv Amori Then once they had a crcat feast hearty tho reminiscent stay and pot. from black Bt. Augustine's church, where she can an,? Jou coul1 s'ue11 the roasting "You can take citizens by reason of their adop- tho short way had been a faithful communicant. tton of a term merely descriptive of mil,eS a,ro'n1' J"", " was vory cold through tho valley." Mrs. O'Leary Mrs. Driscoll was born at Cork, Ire- origin." anu an. tne aicGlntys wero very pointed a hungry. Then one McGinty was ex- - didn't to howstraight path, but I land, and came to America in 1851. many miles it wasl ask Her husband died about six years UO.MAN b "Yo can," said. Mr. O'Leary. ,,, dothcs aud ,,e BlUhore(1 throuch ago and there survive two sons and "The Lord love ye," sho said tho fence, and there tho McCarthy's two daughters, John D. Driscoll and The most important service about Hannah Driscoll, of Jeffersonvllle; vomon can render to the cause of aaUghter picked him up and she tenderly with her arm States me; till the that yu you,ro "ye'll do Ithem in the happy days 0od b,esa Edmund Driscoll, of Vlcksburg, temperanco lies In better housokeep- - BaId forget starved," and she dropped her eyes. niver Miss., and Sister Mary DeSales, of Ing. Tho biggest competitor a But, though Ills hand was on his spint there. But till thim we're Henderson, Ky. saloonkeeper has is the woman who stomach, as he looked up into her cohtint now in Ireland, that 'tis serves a well cooked, substantial face ho said: "Would a McCarthy best for us to turn from our to tho auld sod at the end. The call of Mrs. Julia Maloney meal. Tho saloonkeeper knows this marry a McGinty?" And sho said: to a well earned reward has been fact bettor than tho wife does. That "If a McGinty would marry a Mc- - Till thim, often I sit up hero in the a source of much grief to her many is tho reason for his serving a va- - --.army." mountains dramin,' of mo young friends. Mrs. "Maloney was one of riety of hot, well cooked foods for So tho McGIntys and the McCar days," her face lit softlyj, "and 'tis the oldest and most ardent supportthys mado It up and the two had often of an. evenln', as I look acrosB ers of St. Cecilia's church, a kindly "free lunches." a grand wedding, and all ate and the valley, I say me prayer: God neighbor and a most exemplary danced heartily. But, though they bless "Amerlky"!'" WOLVES FlXD FRIEND. mother. Born in Ireland, she camo I swung on to my jaunting car took down the fence, tho nath to Louisville, and hero she married back for my last 01d T,PPera,7 and turned Gov. Capper, of Katoeas, is a pious ? Michael Maloney, whose death glimpse of tho Httlo cottage, so nan. sent humbly great, so beautiful in the T several years ago. Surviv- county Ho stop an order to Greeley- an?t .ovVT-ppSarkilling wolves on Sunto ing her are one Lieut. by a W?ng II? evening light, so tenderly, whimJohn M. Maloney, 616 North Twenty-f- lay on account of the disturbance f vae. As we .fgged sically lovely It was a memory to street, with whom she made reated among the wolVea. Greeley through the fragrant woods rlnlW always warm my heart a3 I thought irst Jier home, and three daughters,- - Mrs. 'ouaty has aa are of 780 square with bird anno into ml of Inland. pojmfcatV&n f 980. Mm, Edward mile. and. John M. Maloney, Mac the saints guide ye home." sunlight and ud art tin the elllf. Sergeant-at-Arm- s FEVER REMEDY everybody. l.'OM CtNUlN WITHOUT THIS SlWUTURE. I knew what the magic "U. S. A." meant to most of them, who had either been to America themselves or had brothers there, but I was overcome with the subtle com- LESELIA REMEDIES COMPANY, pliment they, paid Incorporated Recording Secretary Thomas girl when, seated in tho American my compartLouisville. Kentucky. Killeen. ment, I familiar refrains Secretary John J. Hes- - sung in caught clear, high Financial those Irish slon, Jr. voices. They began with "Dixie" "As Near to You as tbe Nearest Phone" Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. and went through every song I ever DIVISION 3. Meets 1st and .3rd Monday at Hibernian Home, 1818-182- 0 Portland. President John M. Maloney. Vice President Matt J. O'Brien. In that lonely far counthrie! When I finally boarded a train Tor Cork, tho train that canie in on tho delightful Irish schedulo of "Once upon a time," It was crowded with soldiers. As they looked at myself and my suitcase they all gave mo such eager, shy smiles that I was dying to stop and talk with Ah, well, avic machree, God grant you may bo slngin' still thrush's trill, Is the best remedy known for these conditions and i independent of the quinine market.itgfeH Guaranteed not to contain quitho nine, arsenic or any harmful drugs. 12-0- z. Bottle $1.00 1 ALL DRUGGISTS. Trade Mark Registered. l-:- ; K ucir'ftu her. Sentinel Our Special $3.00 Spray Our Special $5.00 Wreath Flowers ever offered In Louiivlile. For prompt delivery call ?23 both phones. The largest values in Fune-ra- l $ wM WW M IE tumbi sma? IgOO fourth Avenue Imurvinf mcooiTf.o c fTAume u--- x r J " 'Flowers telegraphed everywhere THE BEST $1, $1.50, Toilet and Manicure Sets $2 HATS AT N h. satin-line- mmiMAMm :n be found hare All the late a - - new Styles and Shape at reasonable priced. Silver-plate- one-acr- First Communion Books ROSARIES SCAPULAR MEDALS See onr new book, "How to Get Mn.ried." Every Devotional Article her. QNo trouble to show goods. CO-tUX- 7-- 10 Rogers Church Goods Co. 129 S. FOURTH AVE. 2G-2- - State-inspect- CJ 426 'jf'sxJr W. MARKET LOUISVILLE.. KY. BlHIffl 41 P SAVE YOU ng v PUR CENT Olvs your boys as dncatlon that will prepare them for life. ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE and Businei Classical, Sclentino Large Courses. Preparatory Department,OytBoa-ituSwimming- Pool, Well Equipped to. Bro, Jame. Dlr. Terms Modern m. onlivlUe, Xy. 112 W. Broadway, Conducted by the Xaverian Brother- -. easv-goln- ri. e.nTi.i. iliBiliKMiW Mrs. O'Leary pressed my hand, and I turned back in my uncertain seat to see himself standing against tho l S?nKSl. " Lm"la..r -- KTnT nyS donkey, and saying very Into his pipe: "They will." ORDINATIOX. soberly i -.-,1,1-1, 1 wan-dorin- 's A third priest was ordained for Sotho Catholic Foreign Mission ciety on Tuesday, December 7. Tho ceremany took place in tho Seminary chapel at Maryknoll, Ossinlng, N. Y and was conducted by tho Right Rev. Maurice P. Foley, Philippine Bishop of Tuguogarao, Islands. Tho newly ordained priest is tho Rev. James Edward Walsh, of Cumberland, Md. Father Walsh is an alumnus of Mt. St. Mary's, from which well known college his grandfather, a former Congressman: his father, a prominent lawyer, and an older brother, also a lawyer, have all graduated. Tho father and mother of the young priest witnessed tho ceremony. MASS WIXE. ed eLZl2C?n I'Hffl son-Ia-la- l y t f State, despite tho "homo rufc" Supreme amendment, the State Court Incidentally upheld that taction of the "dry" constitutional amendment which provides for the sale of sacramental wine. Conflicting opinions are blHg-)Mi- t forth tut to the result of prohibition, la I State. In handing down a decision on Monday declaring that Denver mmaj 1, adopt prohlblt-o- u otr January 191G, with th. other parts of th ' tht XCEOrtJOESTXr KNIGHTS OP IIfcIH AAdEXH&IOABT. (H1HI CATHOLICS. , HHmHMM)tHHHMMI Herman fOURTH AVENUB tato News That Will Members Here and Interest Memorials in Their Honor in nntl Near This Nation's Straus tNCBaPOffATeO sons m l MARKET STREET Capital. Fifty candidates received the first degree last week at Covington. Tho three degrees were conferred Men Who on Sunday at on a class of forty-tw- o 'Warmer tonight and probahly tonight." But Friday. Warmer Foi'ecast lor Thursday: I Omaha. Fought and Died That Their Country Might Live. Ra5BESrBuRECRP Says : Don't let a little thing like rain or snow stop you from getting in town early to take the pick of their Dull Business Cut Price Bargains. IT Practically each and every article in our large, stock and in our warehouses Nl has been cut in price cut so radically that you'll buy all your Christmas gifts everything you need for your home right here. Come here first and come early if you want to have first choice of these te f Terre Haute Knights closed the year by an initiation that added forty to their number. The State degree team will put on the work for a class of forty at Topeka on Now Year's day. New Orleans .Knights will have a Christmas tree' for the orphans of tho city, irrespective of creed or color. T0VT0WN OPEN AND READY For the personal inspection of every little boy and gin in me reacn or our store, mere are so many new things that we can't begin to tell about them so you winI just nave to come ana see. 1 Archbishop Carroll, Commodore Barry, Charles Carroll, Lafayette, O'Hara, Sheridan. THROUGH HISTORIC CEMETERY ' '' 1 1 Dull Business Cut Price Bargains r QJD4srf TO? r on of to KWMHHHkJ Parlor Suits, Oak, Quartered Oak, Mahogany of anything that would bo apprehighly more ciated as a Christmas gift than a handsome, Can you Dlvan-ett- e massho Parlor Suit? Hero Is your opportunity to bring real Joy Though but a small place, the at Wabasha, Minn., had two candidates for its recent initiation. The council at Shreveport conducted Its second initiation of the year Sunday, when a largo class received the degrees. honored the Bishop Chartrand with Knights of Brooksvllle, Ind his presence at their exemplification, received the degrees. when fifty-fiv-e Archbishop Elder Council will tako Christmas care of 600 poor children who have been the chargo of tho St. Vincent do Paul Society. of Kearney, St. James Council now Neb., has added forty-eigBishop members to its ranks. Duffy and" seven priests from surrounding cities witnessed the Initiation. John McCormick, the Irish tenor, will glvo a concert tomorrow in tho Hippodrome, Now York's largest theater, the entire proceeds to go to tho K. of C. building fund. Cardinal Farley will occupy one of tho council sixty-ht think now show a deep cut In price. oak and quartered oak. Into your homo on Christmas morning: and still save u large part of what you had expected to spend. Kach and every Dlvanetto Suit, and all slnglo Dlvan-ette- s. In our large stock We have them on display In mahogany and nil finishes of There is much activity in Oregon. Reilly was the principal speaker at Pendleton, when the three degrees were received by a class of fifty, and at Albany Archbishop Christie visited the council tho Knights for and commended their past work. Exemplification of the degrees will tako place at in January and at Ontario In February. Bishop ENJOYED BANQUET. Over four hundred representative men of Louisville attended the banquet in honor of the members of the Louisville Vice Commission at the Seelbach on Tuesday night, which boxes. One of the ibest guides of the many at the national capital (Inci dentally no is a Catholic) enlightened tho occupants of his crowded g automobile recently (among them were several of Wash Ington's oldest residents) when he" pointed out and described In a hurried way tho number of statues and memorials of Catholic patriots and others which dot the "City Beauti-ful." Starting from the Union Station plaza, tho imposing memorial to Columbus, who made America possible, was the first to please and greet our eyes, as it faces the broad expanse to tho Capitol building, crowned with tho Goddess of Liberty. Tho dedication of this memorial to him who has been styled "America's first Catholic" is still fresh in tho memory of Catholics, and especially the Knights of Columbus, when they camo from far and near in tho greatest assembly that that noble body of men ever had and under whoso auspices this memorial was unveiled. At tho Capitol the bust of Chief Justice Taney, a Maryland Catholic, was shown. He was the Chief Justice of tho United States from 1835 fo 1864. Hero also wo saw d statue of tho bronze Charles Carroll of Carrollton, tho Catholic patriot who made the Declaration of Independence what it sight-seeins life-size- months well made in several sizes; prices start at ....$1.00 Folding Doll Cart with hood ; steel wheels, leatherette 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 to $1.00 American Flyer Trains on American Model track engine guaranteed for 6 Outfit, 50c to Shoo-Flie- s Builders' $7.50 Rocking Horses Well made, $12.50 to 85c. and 50c Lead Soldiers; big variety; 25c down to Mechanical Toys; lots of new $1.00 ones; 25c to Pianos; mahogany finish; all 25c sizes; $8.75 down to Drums of every description, 25c up from Erector and Erector Accessory Outfits, $1.00 to $7.50 Simplex Typewriter; very instructive for the children; simple to operate; $1 to $3.00 Chairs and Rockers, in reed, oak and red finish; $3.50 down to 24c 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 rubber-tired wheels; all sizes; priced from $13.98 down to $1.25. Electric Train Outfits; the Lional make; up from ..$3.98 Dolls of every description. Wo were fortunate in receiving nearly our entire order and are showing the largest line in Louisvile. Priced $10.00 down to 10c. Special this week Carefully constructed Suit In solid oak, golden or fumed finish. The Dlvanottc has le best of steel spring construction, Imitation leather upholstering. Rocker and Arm Chair are upholstered, seat and back, with the best of steel spring, slip seats. Sells regularly for $45 Dull business cut price '9(175 Save double money x I 50 Cents a Week REMEMBER: Rhodes-Burfor- d will make you liberal credit terms on anything you need for your home or want to give for a Christmas present. Everything marked in plain figures both original and cut prices. by buying here at t JL XJU.ll. JLUS1ILUS5 VJU.I 11 HUBS Tkn t n..i WHILE TEOEX IiAST feU White Enamel Bafh Sfodl Rubber-Tippe- d Substantially constructed, rigidly braced and care fully finished in a pure white enamel with rubber- tipped feet; you'll find it just what you have been looking for. Special Thursday and Friday enjoyable affair. presided as loastmaster, and responses were made by Helm Bruce, Alfred Selllg-ma- n and Col. P. H. Callahan. Rev. Father Schuhmann, speaking for the commission, brought out tho fact that Louisville was doubly distinguished in Its effort toward evil, correction of the social years ago saying: "Seventy-thre- e the first home in North America for the rescue of fallen women was established by tho Sisters of tho Good Shepherd in Louisville. Now n homes and there are more than 1,000 Sisters dedicated to tho work. Now wo havo tho new distinction that wo are dedicated not merely to rescue, but to prevention." proved Mayor Buschemoyer a most forty-seve- RT3RE ON VISIT. Mrs. H. C. Forsman, of Polo, Mo., is here on a visit to old Louisville frinniio nmi ia the truest of her sis ter, Mrs. William P. Locke, of High street. Mrs. Forsman is ine wue oi Only One To a Customer No Phone Orders Accepted 49 cents & duct a joint stock farm named tne "Snnnrhn" nfter the Brooklyn club, of which Mr. Wheat is a member. "SniilrA" Fnrsmnn sends word that ho is ready to unite in marriage any of his former Louisville rrienas wno are contemplating matrimony free of charge. NEW ALBANY. irlllo nrlntpr nnrl now a Magistrate at Polo. They make their home with Mr. and Mrs. Zach Wheat, the latter being their daughter, and con Harry C. Forsman, a former Louls- - ,' The Holy Name Society of New regular meeting Albany at Its elected tho following officers for the year 1916: President, Peter W. Fetter; Vice President, G. P. Wahle; Gohmann; Gerhardt Secretary, Trumbo-Schup- p Treasurer, John Newman. At the annual meeting of Unity (Inrorponted) Council, Y. M. I., when the organization of the Basketball League s was completed the election of 420-42resulted as follows: President, WWWWWVWWWWWWWWWWWVWWWWWMMM John Pontrlch; First Vice President, ISSUE BONDS. Anton Deuser; Second Vice PresiNext Door to Herman Straus' dent, Merlin Corcoran; Recording To secure a bond Issue of $25,000 Secretary, Oscar P. Rouck; Finan- to provide funds for tho new WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED IN DUST PROOF BAQS cial Secretary, Frank Zoeller; Treas- parochial schools being erected for urer, Edmund S. Schmltt; Marshal, St. Augustine's church In Jefferson-vlll- o "Marked Robert Heckel; Inside Sentinel, a mortgage on all the church Michael Pontrlch; Outside Sentinel, property in the city, consisting of John J. Llpps, and Executive Com- lots 161, 162 and part of lot 763, J. Tighe, Frank L. has been executed by Bishop I mittee, Edward Ttpnn. MMM W Alfred Dowd Francis Silas Chatard, Bishop of n'tinrn Tnrnh OFFICERS. AUXILIARY and Carl L. Fengor. The league Indianapolis, In favor of the Meyor-Klswill havo four teams and a team Bank, of that city. The new $1.00 y Ladies'JSuits Cleaned nnd Pressed The Ladies' Auxiliary, A. O. H.t from St. Meinrad's Seminary will building is a brick strucmet Wednesday evening and hoard play next Wednesday night. 1.00 ture with basement and will accom Gentlemen's Suits Cleaned and Pressed reports from their Entertainment modate 300 school children when Gentlemen's Palm Beach Suits Cleaned and Pressed.... 50c regard to tho euchre SnELBY XMAS CELEBRATION. completed. Committee in 25c Gentlemen's Suits Sponged and Pressed to be given at one of their January meetings and tho leap year dance The Shelby Democratic Club, In surroBTS catholic practice. Arrangements accordance with Its annual custom of for January 27. the newly were made to install When reverence llko this is appast several years, Is again arelected officers on Wednesday, Jan- the with reLeading Moving Picture Houses in Louisville. These are the ranging a Christmas celebration for plied to objects associated idolatry: 426 South Fifth St. uary 5, they being as follows: Both Phones 2635. call It ligion, Children. Dough- thn nnnr children of the Second and Catering especially to Ladies and President Mrs. Daniel J. "The Liberty Bell, on its way to Third wards, and the poor and needy Philadelphia did not reach Houston, erty. Under the same management. Presenting only the standVice President Miss Nellie No- of this district always look forward Texas, until after 3 o'clock In the wlfh nlnnmiTA to this annual treat. morning. lan. ard prodnctions, historic, dramatic and comic. Yet 2.000 men, women Recording Secretary Mrs. John Thnv are elven an ODDortunlty to and children waited all night in the Santa-- Claus In person, see the bitter cold to greet tho bell. They meet 0. Meyer. Financial secretary miss Manna beautifully illuminated Christmas climbed on the car to kiss the ven Donahue. tree and hear appropriate music in erable relic those children and Treasurer Miss LIHio Callahan. addition to being given toys, food grandchildren of men who were Sergeant-at-Arm- s Miss Ella and clothes. The Christmas Tree fighting the Union fifty years ago. Downey. Committee have done excellent work And ono old Confederate veteran, Market St. 318 Sentinel Miss Lizzie Callahan. this year and propose to glvo the with his Confederate service badge children the best entertainment they pinned on his breast, cried like a IRELAND'S INCREASE. over havo had at Gambrlnus Hall, child when ho touched his lips to relic." San Christmas Is the great "at home" Shelby and Roselane, on Sunday the Union's dearest y fy jiMSBBt BksBjSSKi day. If you can't be there, a fine The latest census figures for Ire- afternoon, December 2G, from 2 to Francisco Examiner. will help. Such patriotism commends itself land show an increase in popula- 5 o'clock. Judge Herman Gocke, tion. This for Ireland is an agree- Squire Prank Dacher, Mace Goss, Dr. to us; but if it bo proper, why is able novelty. For the quarter ended C. "W. Schmltt and Edward Cohn it not moro eminently proper for September 30 last the number of will nee that everv worthy child will one to kiss and weep before the crucifix, the symbol of man's rebirths in Ireland was 27,779, a rate be remembered on that day. demption? If it be fitting to cherand the of 20.8 per thousand, ish the flag or bell of liberty, what deaths 14,670, a rate of 13.4 per YEARS WHEtf MOST BIABRY. makes it less fitting to cherish the thousand. There were only 3,511 cross of liberty, "wherewith Christ emigrants, so that the net Increase Forty-on- e women out of every has made us free?" Logic supports in population Is 9,598. It is the NORTON BUILDING Fifth decrease In emigration which has hundred marry between the ages of this aB well as every other Catholic practice. twenty ana iwetuy-nvB.W. Ctnicr FMrtk iiri JefttrsM turned the scale. Rhopes-Borfor- p Schmidt 2 West Market St. offi-cor- Rolling along historic PennsylEmbroidered Three Sheer Lawn Handkervania avenue a stop was mado in Handkerchiefs, in a large pic- chiefs, with colored initials, in front of tho White (House, while tho ture box; each Handkerchief a a fancy box; box of three. .25c statues of threo Catholic compa39c different pattern triots of George Washington were Sheer Lawn Ladies' Hand- S given an elaborate description, which n Handker- kerchiefs with one corner emThree they merit. They occupy a promchiefs in a neat gift box; worth broidered; also dainty eminent position on the corners o 25c each; box of three ...50c broidery and initial; regular Lafayette Square, and are those o Lafayette, Rochambeau and Kos5c Six All Pure Linen Handker- 10c values ciusko (with that of Von Steuben chiefs in a gift box; worth Three Very Dainty on the fourth corner) as a silent guard of honor to the executive HandkerEmbroidered $1.00; sheer quality; box of mansion across tho way. 79c chiefs, in a dainty gift box, a six The party then whirled out into 25c Em- box Sheer Linen Fourteenth street and passing the1 Six Initial Handkerchiefs, in broidered Handkerchiefs with beautiful Franklin Park where tho statue of Commodore John Barry roll edge; regular 25c value; a gift box; three styles of in("Saucy Jack"), .by John Bpyle, has 15c itials, special 50c for been erected at a cost of $50,000. Passing on through tho fashion-able northwest tho 'homes of Chief" We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates Justice White, Justice McKenna, of the Supremo Court, and Mrs. Sheri-- " dan, widow of tho General, are! shown the party, while almost in front of the Sheridan residence is( tho famous equestrian memorial ta ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account "Gallant Phil." This reminds one( of "From Winchester to Cedar Creek with this safe, conservative, and Sheridan twenty miles away." Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more On the way to Arlington National at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 Cemetery we stopped at Georgetown per cent. No cost to you whatever. University and on entering tho campus tho statue of Jolin Carroll, The same courteous attention given the the founder of tho college In 1789 depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. Baltiand the first Archbishop of more, greets you. Down the hill and crossing tho Aqueduct Bridge over tho Potomac? Second and Market Under the Bid Clock wo wero soon in Arlington, the old State Government Supervision. n homo of tho Lees, and the roads and driveways havo at inter- &M&&&$&$$&$S4S4& vals iron tablets bearing lines or stanzas selected from Col. Theodorer eloquent poem, "Tho O'Hara's ' Bivouac of tho Dead." In front of the Lee mansion wa place of Gen. see the resting Philip H. Sheridan, beneath a grand memorial of stone. Farther along tho gigantic memorial to Gen. f Harney, of the famous Second on through the Dragoons, and so historic cemetery we find memorials of gallant Catholic heroes who gave up their lives for lovo of country. Labels good for picture show tickets, any kind of Tho ones mentioned in the foregoing are only a few of the many trading stamps, r many other useful articles carried Catholic men who loved, fought and died that their country might live I in our premium rooms, One-cornAll-lineOne-cornOne-corner is. 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