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Wilson has repeatedly expressed his horror ot tho persecution of the Jews in Russia and Armenians In Turkey, but Is silent when confronted with the long series of persecutions and outrages of the cut: LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1915. snubbed for their COMING EVENTS. PRICE FIVE CENTS. time work will bo begun on a new $125,000 Alumni and Knights of Columbus building which is to bo added to tho now university started by tho library. Tho new building will bo erected by the alumni of Notro Dame, who hela a meeting for tho purpose of draw- Catholic Church and ing up final plans for the work at She Has Done tho university last week. quad-ranglo DEMOCRATS "Will NEUTRALITY Ilavo to Look For Stronger throat Carranza, the administration Ably Discussed byMcrrltO'Ncal '' pet. Leader Than "Wilson Xcxt Before tho Knights of It can bo readily seen from tho Year. above that Wilson's weakness is not Columbus. Pro-English His Attitude Has Ostracized the Gcrman- Amcrican Vote. "Wliilo trich, burying his head in the sand, oblivious to his surroundings, and with this class thero can be no MORAL: WILSON CAN NOT WIN reasoning, they having agreed on THE FALSE CLAIMS OF ENGLAND Wilson three years ago and blindly supported his every move since, Others, whether right or wrong. Now that both of our leading however, havo begun to seo the light, Morrltt O'Neal, the well known brought is the and to them by itday being Wilson, if Louisville attorney, last week delivpolitical parties have chosen forcibly day that time and placo for their national nominated, can n t win. ered an address before tho Knights conventions, plans are being laid of Columbus that elicited much for control by the friends of different GOD CALLED HER. favorable comment. He had for his In both, and the recandidates subject the European war and its spective merits of each are being on Tues- causes, and said In part: There passed sons day a devoted from earth mother put forth in behalf of favorite wife and I had supposed when this InvitaIn every section of the State. The whose rare and radiant character tion was extended me that tho Republican field Is a largo one and had won her many friends outside Knights of Columbus would prefer from present Indications the nom- of tho charmed family circle over a speech dealing with tho relation inee will be either Root, Borah, Taft, which she had reigned with such of Ireland to the war, and I would Hughes or Roosevelt, tho latter now loving devotion, In the person of like to talk on that subject tonight. laying plans to unite tho Bull Moose Mrs. Elizabeth Tarpy Schulton, be- Chairman Walsh, however, much to party with the G. O P. and capture loved wife of Alexis J. Schulten. my surprise, informed mo that tho Other lessor lights Mrs. Schulten was the daughter of majority of tho mombers attending the convention. mentioned are Fairbanks, who will Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Tarpy and the Knights of Columbus at theso years ot ago, and lectures did not consist of men of have the support of his home State was thirty-tw- o Indiana and Kentucky because of his until stricken with heart trouble Irish descent, and I was Instructed services to tho latter during tho last had been in good health. From her by him to take tho general subject campaign. Senator Weeks will havo girlhood sho had been a favorite, of the war and its causes and any a few supporters In the New Eng- and the news of her death called of tho later developments, and that land States, while Philander C. Knox, forth Inexpressible grief among her I could range at will over the enof Pennsylvania, will depend upon wido circlo of friends and admirers. tire field. Mrs. I havo been studying the war the large electoral vote of his homo was Schulten, whoso beautiful life good filled State to make "him a formidable con- deeds, was withdevout and charitable tor tho past year continuously and Catholic, and faithfully, foadlng In that time a a tender In the cenventlon. Senator Cummins, of Iowa, will also have expired fortified with tho rites of great deal of history and all the litsupport, but In summing It all up the church, of which she was such a erature I could get bearing upon married tho race will narrow down to tho consistentan member. Her until sho that subject, and as a result of theso ideal one, and tlrst live mentioned Taft, Roose- life was suddenly strlckpn it seemed studies, and with an earnest motive was so to arrive at the truth, I have como velt, Root, Hughes and Borah. as though unhappinesa had passed Now for the Democratic end. It by the beautiful family circle. Be- to certain conclusions, the accuracy has been generally conceded Bince sides her husband and parents she and soundness of which I have un What I his election in 1912 that "Wilson leaves three children, two sons and dertaken to demonstrate. shall say as a fact tonight I am would be a candidate for ono daughter, to whom friends ex- able to prove. shall state and up to this year it was pretty tend heartfelt sympathy. The fu- as an opinion I What I ask you to generally conceded that he would be neral was held from tho Cathedral believe, unless I do not can support It by given the nomination without a Friday morning, with solemn re- logical fair arguments. I do contest, but in tho last, several quiem high mass, Rev. Father Rock not posoand neutral. To be neutral as months many thinking Democrats in being the celebrant. today In tho view of many of our the party havo begun to realize that citizens seems to mean that the President Wilson may help all they can with ST. PATRICK'S. considerably In public opinion. Somo money, supplies, talk and In overy of these say It would bo advlsablo With Christmas exercises and an conceivable way, while tho to cast about for another strong man excellent programme tho now St. mans must keep quiet, do nothing In tho party as the 191C standard-bearePatrick's parochial school at Six- that would aid Germany in the Prof. Hugo Mucnsterberg, teenth and Market was thrown open slightest, and keep their views to professor and a national for Inspection Wednesday night. The themselves. I would like for my Harvard leader among entertainment was principally for tho country to have been neutral In discusses tho next Presidential elec- children, but their parents were this war, by which I mean neutral tion in tho New York Tribune, the present in large numbers. With all tho way through, and not sim article being reprinted In tho Even- happy songs, recitations and well ex- ply where her neutrality would help ing Post of Wednesday, and thinking ecuted drills tho little ones showed one side and injure the other. You men, while not agreeing with him In their appreciation of tho best kind remember that In his message of a every particular, and especially of a Christmas gift that could bo year ago our President mado an apwhen he contends that Roosevelt given them, "a new school." Tho peal for neutrality. Events since would be tho strongest man in a old school, though it has weathered that message was delivered havo national contest, can not help seeing the storms and gloried in tho sun- demonstrated that it was no more tho logic in his argument when ho shine of e years, and is than a word picture, whicli seems unpop- very to had no refers to tho President's dear to tho fathers and mothers or havo public. effect upon tho press tho ularity with the If you analyze tho who were educated there, must now He says: "Wilson's mother was glvo way to ono of tho most com- career of President Wilson you can that his British. Wilson's four grandparents plete and beautiful Catholic build- not fall to conclude wero British. Is It not most hon- ings of tho city. Tho now school Is achievements have been chiefly litorable and natural - that ho feels for three blocks from tho old building, erary. He has eloquently and attractively expressed many high England as they- (tho In a quieter part of town and Is a feel for Germany?" handsomo structure of brick and Ideals, but somo of them at least Again ho claims: stone, with the latest word In school have not been carried Into practice. "The Presidential elections of arrangements, and is the realization Take for instance Mexico. His pubnext November will bo decided by of one of tho ambitions of tho Rev. lic utterances concerning Mexican and both James P. Cronin, V. G tho pastor. affairs have been statements of high the Ideals couched In perfect English, sides know it. Tho Attending as tho guests of Father will show a strength of which Cronin were the Right Rev. Bishop and yet he has recognized a murwith no reno ono had an idea at tho last elec- O'Donaghuo and a number of tho derer and a tion. They have been hazed, havo local clergy. The formal opening of spect for God or man, as an embeen boycotted, their earnings have tho school, which cost $45,000, will inently proper person to preside dwindled, their cup of bitterness has take place at tho .end ot the holiday over the lives and liberties of that unhappy people. In his wonderfully been filled to the brim. History has vacation. written message to which I referred eleshown everywhere that a racial above, demanding exact neutrality ment of a nation, however near it CATHOLIC ORPHAN SOCIETY. toward all tho warring nations, you was to complete assimlllation in its could not ilnd a grammatical flaw, background, is at once strengthened The Catholic Orphan Society has yet this nation, in my opinion, in its racial unity if it becomes a closed another successful year, Its and not been neutral In its relations has victim of persecution, and with Its work being visible to all visitors to toward England and Germany. They will St. Vincent's and St. Thomas Orunity grows power. As to tho preparedness finally work together and help either phan Homes. Sunday tho annual programme presented a few days Wilson or Roosevelt. (Prof. election of officers was held, tho ago to Congress, which is In concalculates both to bo their commissioners being Messrs. Will-lai- flict with the President's public utparty's choices.) The P. 0Hare, Everett E. Lannlng terances of the past, I would call will faithfully think of their and M. A. McGee. When tho bal- your attention to the following oath of allegiance and understand lots cast by the various parish facts. At that time tho President they servo America best If they branches were canvassed the fol- said that this country had no that choose as President tho man who lowing wore declared elected and reason to be alarmed or excited, and will most surely keep this land from will serve for tho coming year: that under no circumstances while any racial struggle. Their symbol President W. T. Meehan. he was President should this counVice President John A. Doyle. try bo turned into an armed camp. of honor is the hyphen. Any candiRecording Secretary Harry T. What has brought about the date will bo doomed who changes change? Why do we now need a the hyphen into a dash. Tho dash Colgan. Financial Secretary S. R. Hard-ma- preparedness Is a sign programme? of separation, but tho And hyphen always unites." what is It? Preparedness for what? Corresponding Secretary Charles I will tell you how it seems to mo. Now for another phase of Wilson's This preparedness programme may weakness, ono that has caused moro Faulkner. Treasurer B. J. Campbell, Jr. ultimately lead to conflict with Gerwidespread indignation than his The installation ot tho officers-ele- many if public opinion, which has treatment of the will take place at a general already been led far astray from tho and that has been his course in tho Mexican policy. President Wilson's meeting to bo heldat St. Vincent's truth, can bo educated up to that point whore It would stand for such recognition of tho bandit Carranza on tho third Sunday in January. conflict, tho pistol ready In tho hip has been a slap at every Roman HONORS KENTUCKY riUEST. pocket being, as I havo said, an Catholic in tho country, and theirs added incentive. And it means secIs a Just indignation. Substantial conference hold and convincing proofs, supplemented In At a national capital on Monday9 ondly, falling tho successful accomJanuary plishment of the end tp which I by affidavits from both Protestants was the selected tho date just roforred, that when the and Catholics, were submitted to annual dinner as be given Infor tho havo In to WashEurope is over and tho prof-It- s Wilson in regard to tho persecution ington in honor of Cardinal Gib- war ot our neutrality cease to roll of Catholicjtin Moxico by Carranza bons. Tho Very Rev. B. J. O'Con-nclInto tho fat pockets of the money and his bsTdtts. Tho daily papers of Bardstown, Is ono of the barons of this country and end the of today Jpntain stories of his per- distinguished prelates whoso 'name preparedness plans, such plans oththo Catholic clergy in appears on tho invitation list. Persecution Mexico, 'the outrages of nuns are a haps he Is tho only Kentucky cler- erwise worthless can then be matter of record and havo beon gyman who will havo tho honor and a fancy on our Government and at price. If proved. Prottstant residents of privilege of meeting the Cardinal come, why not put It is bound to tax whoro Mexico testified to these outrages and the other guests on this, occa- It belongs? Put it the the things on Jn the fJfwfTcs made by tho Catholic sion. that are earning the profits, tho ExtonsltmJpciety, and to these the war munitions Instead of on tho President nd 1ils advisors have INVITATION ACCEPTED. citizens already overburdened with E&xfeaf ear and to date have turned taxation. The deficit of our narefuseLto allow these charges Former President Charles P. Taft tional treasury for 1915 is already public record. The has accented an Invitation to ad- over one hundred million in addiwriter can testify that overy Catholic dress the Irish Fellowship Club on tion to the tremendous millions of paiver In tbo Unit! States, whether St. Patrick's day, March 17. This dollars used in running the Governedited by clergy orUlty, have asked la one of Chicago's big yearly ment. This hundred million and for consideration of these charges events. other million must be raised and " pro-alll- es pro-Ger Ills Mexican Policy Has Proposed Preparedness ProAroused Indignation Among gram May Ultimately Lead suppprtcrs ent enthusiastic Wilson the Catholics. are pursuing the policy of the osto Conflict. a matter of speculation or guess work, but founded on fact, and it Is plain as two and two make four that tho great body of German-Americaand Catholics will not support him, whether ho receives tho nomination or not, and for this stand they can not be blamed. Looking at it from tho standpoint of Democratic success, it behooves tho members of that party to cast about for another leader In 1916. Many of tho presns Takes President "Wilson to Task For His Utterances and Policy. December 28 Birthday party and lotto, afternon and evening, in St. Ann's school hall. January Carnival at Trinity Council Club Houso, Baxter and Secular Journal Comments on Morton. January 24 Motion pictures and Ills ltccognitionby Presivaudeville by Hibernian Social Club dent Wilson. at Norman Theater. 7 January Annual charity euchro and lotto for St. Anthony's Hospital, Phoenix Hill Hall. Mexican Outrages Equal in HorJanuary 27 Leap Year danco of ror Anything Charged Ladles' Auxiliary at Schrolber's Against Turks. Hall. 7-- 10 2G-2- CARRANZA BEST ALLY the Good For CHRISTMAS MASSES. Mexico. r. German-American- s, sixty-thre- German-American- s. German-American- s) German-America- ns German-America- ns cut-thro- Muen-sterbe- rg n German-America- being spent for military purposes, by which I mean pensions and preparedness. This is moro than Germany has ever spent prior to tho war. Not only so, but if tho President's preparedness plans are ac cepted it means that 80 per cent, of all tho national revenues must bo so spent. Somo day the public will require an accounting of our public officials based on theso facts. Why not stop tho careless, if not the fraudulent, wasto of tho people's money? If so tho present annual expenditures for preparedness would be quite sufficient. I believe that tho people today feel as tho President said he felt about a year ago that thero Is no cause to bo alarmed or excited either now or for years to come, and that this country should not bo turned Into an armed camp no matter who will profit therefrom. This nation is big enough not to prepare. Wo can bo prepared In character, with weapons that are invulnorable, the conquering principles of peace. We havo already shown the world the power of peace. It can not bo obtained by getting ready for war, by putting tho pistol in our hip pocket and the chip on our shoulder, In which event somebody who has likewise an Increased preparedness programme somebody with a pistol in his hip pocket Is certain to knock the chip off, and then we aro in trouble. These aro somo of tho lessons to De learned from tho war In Europo which I shall discuss tonight. That England Is both directly and Indirectly responsible for this war, and that Germany, whatever her faults, is fighting for her very existence as a nation Is, to my mind, regardless of tho attitude of tho press, not even an open question. England poses as tho protector of small nations, and I shall undertake to show that she Is the destroyer and persecutor of small nations. She claims that she went to war on ac-- 1 count of tho alleged violation of Belgium neutrality, whereas I shall demonstrate to every man tonight that Germany did not violate Belgium neutrality and that England's excuse for entering the war is a pretext not founded on fact. England has carried on in this country a propaganda against Germany and German militarism for the purpose of influencing and has Influenced public opinion in this country against Germany. Wo havo been led to believe that Germany Is e a brutal, and barbarous nation, eager to slay for tho sake of conquest. We havo forgotten the g people ot Germany, and tho facts that she has painted during tho years past, the past forty years. We havo forgotten that Germany is tho land of science, of music, of medicine, of poetry and toys. Wo have forgotten what Germany has dono to conquer suffering and disease. Wo have forgotten tho many gifts which Germany has given to tho world and for whose benefits wo havo naught returned. Wo have forgotten Germany is the land of tho fable, the land of the fairy tale. Wo have forgotten that Germany is tho Realizing world's home for toys. these things the press agents have said "It Is the Kaiser," "It is Let mo talk to you for a Httlo while tonight about the Kaiser. All over Europo during the past twenty years the most brilliant demen of every country havo scribed the Kaiser as a man of peace. Let me read you their names and their opinions. Some of you will even remember tho statement at Fontaine Ferry Park mado by our own brilliant editor and first citizen, Henry Watterson. How can wo believe that this man, or theso people, be tho man or the people pictured to us In the press today? fair-mind- ed paid by taxation, In addition to tho to be raised by millions proposed taxation for preparedness, and It is you who must foot the bills. Think of it! Today GO per cent, of all tho revenues of this Government is war-lik- home-lovin- g, peace-lovin- Prus-slanlsm- ." REGRETS HIS ILLNESS. n. its readers will regret that on The Kentucky Irish American and ac- German-American- s, ct l, count of retarded recovery from a stroke of paralysis and under his physician's orders, Prof. James A. Rooney must dlscontinuo for a tlmo the Catholic American Chronology and Historical Sketches that havo proven such a popular feature of tho Catholic press. Many will be interested to know that tho chronology and historical sketches and other kindred matter are being collected for publication in book form, with an intrpductlon by Cardinal Farley. Wo trust that tho discontinuance may be only temporary and that Prof. Rooney may bo able before long to resume his good work. ST. BnCBTAEL'S. pi pn-load- ed The Christmas masses at St. Michael's church, Brook street, will be at 5, 7:30 and 10 o'clock. Rev. Martin O'Connor, tho pastor, will celebrate the high mass at 5 'o'clock, at which Miss Kate Newman, the organist, and choir, will render a special musical programme, assisted orchestra. by the Papalardo On Sunday the Forty Hours' Adoration open with hiftfi mass, closing will on Tuesday. Father O'Connor ex tends the public a (cordial Invitation to the holiday ser Ices. Christmas morning masses will bo celebrated in all the Loulsvlllo Secured For the People a Decent churches at 5 o'clock, when hymns Living and Chance For and Christmas carols will bo rendered by augmented choirs. In all Improvement. the churches thero will be three masses, and at a number, nota.bly St. Louis Bortrand's and St. Boni"We Can Seo tho Duty of Other face, mass will bo celebrated evtery 'I'l.lu 1n.l! i. hour up to 10 o'clock. This year Xatlons But Not Our and Power of' the Church tho collection will bo for the Orphans, and last Sunday tho pasttors Own. Curtailed. made urgent appeals to their congregations to bo generous In their contributions for tho support of the THE MOTE IN OUR OWN EYE parentless whom our Bishop and tho BUILT HOSPITALS AND ASYLUMS good Sisters are caring for. Largo . attendances aro looked for and tho pastors expect that none will fail to receive tho sacrament of holy The secular press of tho country communion on this auspicious and Whatever of good has bS are now beginning to realize tho most happy day. for Mexico has been accomplish! true situation In Mexico, and they tho Catholic church through her mi3 quite agree with tho contentions SILVER JUBILEE. slonaries and monks. When tho made In behalf of the Catholics who are still being persecuted there. Tho A celebration in which tho clergy Catholic priests arrived in Mexico following, which is expressive of tho and people of the Louisville diocese hey found a people tone of many other papers, is taken will bo much Interested will take over to paganism and totally given idolatry. Canfrom tho Duluth News of recent placo at Shelbyville on Tuesday, nibalism and tho sacrifico of human date: January 11. It will bo the silver victims wero common practices. That priests havo been murdered jubilee of the ordination to tho Through the zealous and (In Mexico), tho sacred places vio- priesthood of the Rev. John Henry efforts of Catholic missionaries lated and church interiors wrecked, Riley, pastor of tho Church of tho the natives were converted to tho even this Government knows. Our Annunciation, who is widely known practice of tho Christian religion. troops and our Consular agents have throughout tho diocese and Ken This was not dono by any process of helped the priests escape, hungry, tucky. Father Riley is an energetic wholesale extermination; it was efearnest worker and has accom- fected by real conversion to Chrisstripped ot their personal belongings and a and rieeing for their lives. With plished much wherever stationed, tian life. Heathenish practices that friends will had flourished for many such known conditions, It Is not and his Shelbyvlllo probable nuns havo escaped, that leave nothing undone to make tho wero abolished, polygamy centuries practhey havo met only courtesy or that celebration ono fitting tho occasion. tically exterminated, and was truo tho they have not suffered tho lust of Tho jubilee will open with solemn worship of God and tho sanctity of high mass at 10:30 o'clock, at tho marriage stato wero Mexican soldiers. which of It happens that thero has been friends a large number Riley,priest planted among tho peoplo. iirmly Tho who will assist Father recently published a pamphlet, "Tho Catholic church also undertook tho Book of Red and Yellow," which it is hoped will bo spared to his education of tho Mexican natives years comes from tho Catholic Church Ex- people to colobrato twenty-fiv- e when they wero rudo savages. This tension Society's press. This source hence his golden jubilee. was not done without prodigious efgives Its authority. Its contents are forts. The natives wero not greatly LEFT FRIENDS HERE. supported by this authority and In Interested In education; they wero minuteness of detail, dates, places An unusually wide circle of not Inclined to tedious work; tho and witnesses, even to afllldavits, friends mourn the death of John prejudices of centuries had to bo bear the mark of entire authenticity. Moran, former Superintendent of overcome; teachers wore few and It has ono chapter dovotod entirely tho Loulsvlllo Packing Company, books were scarce. Yet wherever a to outrages on nuns which Is too which occurred in Chicago, for he mission chapel was built a school was horrible to bo read. It can not fall was a man who made friends every- erected nearby. Tho monks learned to arouso a sense of shame that where and among all classes.. Char- the language of tho natives and comfinally Carranza, 'responsible for this itable to a degree, John Moran was posed books for their use. beast business, has been recognized, ever ready to assist tho poor and Tho first printing press In tho new Americans havo often expressed a unfortunate. He never asked ques- world was set up in Mexico at tho stately Indignation at the massacre tions, and if any ono in need hap- solicitude of a Catholic Bishop. Tho of Armenians by tho Turks. Our pened to come to his knowledge ho first book was printed thero about a Christian zeal has poured out In did what ho could to relievo the hundred years before any work was fervid and rccognlzedly helpless distress first. Tho examination, to printed in New England, and this " como was done by the Catholic church for words at outrages many thousand his way of thinking, could miles away. Wo annulled our treaty later. Mr. Moran was for years a tho bonefit of the Mexican, Indian. In of commerce with Russia as a pro resident of Louisville and was tho tho course of tlmo colleges and unitest against her mistreatment of tho father of Mrs. George Barrett, who versities wero founded by the church now with her husband resides in St. and often endowed by pious Jews. Catholic But just across our border line, Louis. Years ago ho was ono of the laymen. The Indians wero Instructforemost pork packors in America, ed In the industrial and domestic right at home, wo havo supinely per mitted tho Mexicans to do what has having a largo plant at Omaha. He arts, and under the tutelago of tho equaled In horror, If not In mag was an ardent Irishman and devout priests and monks wero acquainted nitude, anything charged to tho Catholic, and it will bo with sincere as far as possible with the customs Turk, and havo then recognized as regret that his Loulsvlllo friends of civilized life. The natives wero Mexico's ruler the either brute or will learn of his death. His funeral taught trades, were instructed in tho took place Saturday morning In wealfllng who is responsible. where for somo years ho was mechanical arts, and tho moro talEvidently we aro only stirred to ented among them were given, tho engaged in business. Indignation as to what has such a opportunity for a university training. perspective of distance as to bo be Many refused to avail themselves ot ANNUAL MEETING. yond our reach of authority. We these golden opportunities. This was can seo tho duty of Britain, Franco, Monday night St. John's branch to be expected of a race but lately Germany and Russia as to tho Turks converted from paganism and savand tho Armenians, but not our own of tho Catholic Knights of America agery. But tho blamo can not bo held a well attended annual meet- placed at the to tho Mexicans and Catholics. as door of tho Catholic The Washington Post, tho leading ing, at whicli thoto following offi- church. The church effected an serve for the cers wero elected dally newspaper at tho national amelioration in tho domestic and capital, published on Sunday this coming year: Spiritual Director Rev. Dr. G. social life of tho people. She prospecial dispatch to it from El Paso, tected them from tho unjust W. Schuhmann. Texas: of Spanish adventurers; sho Commander William T. Meehan. "Gen. Miguel M. DIeguez, comorFirst Vice Commander G. W. K. built hospitals and maintained namanding tho Carranza forces in phan asylums; sho taught tho Is Southern looting Mattlngly. Sonora, Second Vice Comnjander S. R. tives to till tho soil and work at churches. Tho seizing of Catholic trades. In a word, tho Catholic church property has been in prog- Hardman. Recording Secretary M. F. Hill. church civilized tho Mexican people, ress in that Stato since Carranza Financial Secretary E. J. Mann, not indeed in the senso that thoy troops under DIeguez marched from became keen business men and frenTreasurer E. A. McCarthy. Guaymas. Trustee for three years William zied seekers after wealth, but to this "Ono monastery In Hormoslllo extent, that they had a decont living, was taken charge of by DIeguez fol- M. HIgglns. a chance for Improvement and a Sentinel John Haydon. lowing the occupation of tho town faith In God and Jesus Christ. by Carranza troops, and tho holy Whatever Mexico has of ChristianXMAS DISTRD3UTION. fathers driven Into the streets. ity and civilization sho owes to tho "The monastory was then mado a This beneficent The Eleventh and Twelfth Ward Catholic church. barracks for tho Carranza soldiers and horses were stabled in tho Democratic Clubs will conduct their work of the church was undone to a distribution of provisions for tho largo extent when tho era of perchapel. "A convent In tho suburbs was poor and worthy at Lewis Hall next secution was inaugurated. Church the reoccupied in tho samo way and tho Sunday afternoon, December 26, be- property was confiscated; Sisters of Charity In charge had to tween tho hours of 12 and G ligious orders wero mado Illegal, The officers and members and tho powor of tho church curfleo for their lives, tho Americans o'clock. of this organization havo worked tailed. Since then Moxico has gono declare. "On the samo train which took unceasingly this past month to aid down In tho scale of civilization. Tho the mining men from Hormoslllo to tho needy in their largo district and responsibility lies with those who Nogales were 100 Catholic refugees, their efforts havo been rewarded to have tied the hands of tho church Including a number of priests and tho extent that no one, whlto or and whoso greed for power and Sisters in disguise, who wero escap- black, regardless of their religious money and whose feeling from the country to prevent be- belief, will bo passed, but will bo ings havo wrought havoc with tho ing arrested. remembered substantially in tho dis- prosperity and fair name of Mexico. Tho Committeo of Ar"They stated to tho Americans tribution. they wero refused permission to rangements are John L. Grubor, CENTRAL OFFICERS. take auy of their property with Edward L. Huechtor and William good for a full them when they loft, and were Shumate, and cards Following the election of officers threatened with Imprisonment if supply will bo issued by any cap- last Sunday by tho branches of the they remained." tain In tho organization. twelve German Catholic congregations of Loulsvlllo, a meeting was ST. ANN'S. CHRISTMAS EXERCISES. held of thoso composing tho central body of tho St. Joseph Orphan SoTho Holy Rosary Academy closed Under the auspices of tho chil- ciety, when tho following wero Thursday for tho holidays with a dren of St. Ann's school a birthday chosen for tho year 1916: programme consisting of recitations, party and social will bo given at President Henry Bosso. vbcal and instrumental music, for tho school hall, Seventh and Davies VIco President John Tobo. the benefit of their friends and avenue, on Tuesday, December 28, Recording Secretary Dr. C. J patrons. Tho following in tho In tho afternoon and evening, when Giesler. primary' grades took part: L. will bo served and refreshments Corresponding Secretary Nlo Lotto Boslor. N. Hlckey, M. Morlarty, L. many articles disposed of. games will take placo at 2:30 and McDonough, Francis Tulloy, Katio Secretary Financial A. H. Howard, C. O'Brien, C. W. Bruckert, 8 o'clock, and a musical programme Hultenback. Olga Hoertz, GladyB Gross, M. will be rendered by tho children Treasurer John B. Rattorman. . Schlelly. The Intermediate pupils before tho games In tljo afternoon Theso officers will bo Installed who took part wero Robert Watson, and evening. All the friends of St. January 8, when reports for the Ann's aro cordially Invited to be past year will bo presented. Anna May Byrne, Tholma and Knebelkamp, Margarot prosont. The proceeds will bo used HIckoy and Mildred Monno. Appro- for tho bonefit of St. Ann's sclfool. MISSION IN JANUARY. priate Christmas hymns wero sung by tho entire class and a drama GETTING ALONG NICELY. Rev. Father Fitzgerald, nastor of Key" was entitled "Tho Golden St. Leo's church, Highland Park, Is staged by the Intermediates. Sister Frances, of St. Catherine's making preparations for a mission Academy, Springfield, who under- to be given thero during the month ANOTHER NEW BUILDING. went the amputation of her hand of January. Tho exercises will be at St. Joseph's Infirmary, has re- conducted by two Dominican misWith work on the now quarter of turned to her homo and is reported sionaries of widespread reputation a million library already begun, doing' nicely. Sister Frances had Father Fitzgerald is a plans are being drawn up for an- her hand severely burned several worker and leaves nothing zealous unfe other new building at Notre Dame weeks aao. with, the unfortunate re tuat would contribute to 'the University. Within a very short sult abore aoted. Itual welfare of his congregatk nr,. w- -. . Chl-cak- o, ns n - antl-rellglo- Brod-erlc- k, Erm-agar- do j<SJst'j?Jcizrxr iHex&xx K&NTU6KY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. larttod te Ike Social m4 MefaTAdTMceaHawfltei kih AnerlesM and Cifkellc Officially Iadorsed by Aneleat Order of Hibernians, Young Men's Institute and CattaoHc Knight of Am erica. ambrioanI - 'HIE RIDDLE. Where's an old woman to go when tho years Leavo her alone with her sighs and tears, d and penniless, feeblo and Blow Where's an old woman to go? Gray-haire- Sh3$xSk$xSSx5mS KENTUCKY IWI8H AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Incorporated, Publlahef What's an old woman to do when SINQLB COPY 5c Fail toher kin WBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR remember that hands, worn and thin, 8tood-C- I natUr. BsUrtd at th LbIitHI PoitaWc Cared for them, slaved for them, all West Qreea St. the years through AMkm aU CenmaaUatleai to tha MNTUCKY IMSH AMERICAN, What's an old woman to do? 319-21 70 Years in Business Under the Same Name. bacon & SQN INCORPORATED ck 70 Years of Satisfaction to Our Customers. , x What's an old woman's reward for iffmADES (Ppgf) COUNCIL p a life Given to others as MOTHER and WIFE. Leaving her faltering, furrowed and Cambric Handkerchiefs having a Windsor Tics; shown in plain Sweater Coats; mado with Blanket Bath Robes; shown in SATURDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1915. scored LOUISVILLE, KY linen finish, and with initial in of heavy wool mixture; the colors and handsome plaids and pretty floral designs, plaids and What's an old woman's reward? the corner; put up C in a box priced at only colors aro navy blue, Oxford 25c Indian effects; beautiful color H. E. H. it ndop's a policy that will mean tho C1IIUST3LVS GREETINGS. , for gray, maroon and brown; 50c combinations; all are handdethronement of London as tho Smoking Jackets; they are mado prlco somely trimmed; tho prices aro $1.00 hemCambric Handkerchiefs; golf cloth in a beauof $0.95, $5.45, $4.95, $3.95 The Kentucky Irish American ex- financial center of the world. What stitched with linen finish; plain d tiful effect with silk Sweater Coats; mado with shawl and $2.05 whito without initial; put up 6 tends to its friends and patrons best is to become of England's balance of frogs and patch pockets; tho collars and pockets; tho colors in a box for 50c trado when the rcsourco is exhaustaro navy blue, dark and light Yclour Gauntlets; for men and colors aro navy, Oxford gray, wishes for a Merry Christmas and boys; they aro fleece lined and ed, As it will bo before tho war Is Linen Handkerchiefs; hemstitched maroon, brown, tan and green; Oxford; prlco 50c a Happy New Year and a bountiful over? Great Britain will certainly have largo cuffs; tho prices aro and with handsome initial on in cither stripes or plaids; the them; put up 6 in a box; for $1.00, 85c, 75c and prices are $7.50, 50c $4.95 Sweater Conts; mado in tho share of the wave of prosperity that be .obliged to curtail her expenses Mr. and Mrs. John Godfrey havo model and having pockots; $1.40, $1.35 and 70c and $3.05 a visit to Chicago. is now on tho eve of sweeping the and enormously Increase her manu- returned from tho color is a light Oxford; Men's Gloves; lined and unllned; Linen Handkerchiefs; plain white, Automobile Gauntlets; mado of they aro mado of kid, suede, prlco 50c country. Wo al can rejoice that facturing for export to make ends put up C in a box; hemstitched; McGee has returned from capo and Mocha; prices, per heavy leather with largo cuffs; meet, and to do this she must keep a James to his cousin, Charles P. price $1.00 visit "peace on earth to men of good pair, $2.00, $1.75, $1.50, $1.25, tho prices are $3.50, $3.00, Silk Shirts; in colors that aro the men at their jobs. Tho news Bowling, at New Haven. guaranteed washablo; a hand$1.15 and $1.00 Linen Handkerchiefs; plain white, $2.50, $2.00, $1.50 and ..$1.00 will" is more than a phraso in tho some collection of combination inerefore that most of tho men behemstitched with , & and stripes; all of them have tho Combination Sets: consisting of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Callahan left Ihomo of the free and tho lane.- uf tween tho ages of eighteen and forty hems; price, each, 50c, 36c, Sweater Coats; mado with a shawl ono pair of suspenders and ono " k Wednesday to spend tho holidays cuffs and aro French he brave. 25c, 15 and 10c collar and havo an havo joined tho army in the last with relatives in Dayton, Ohio. pair of cable web garters; mado in tho coat style; wo have face; tho colors are Oxford gray, y-'owa5T grand recruiting rush Is tommyrot prices $1.00 and Silk Handkerchiefs; theso havo a 50c all sizes; tho prices are $3.50, gray; maroon, heather and light "AO;i.VA VISUHAUH. handsome embroidered initial; Tho Vertumlnus Club will enterconsumption. foreign $3.00 and inado for $1.05 Suspenders make a nlco gift for price $3.50 price, each, 50c and 25c Ty as possible," says tho Great Britain can not spare tho men, tain with a dance at tho Watterson a man; wo havo them in lisle or Silk Front Shirts; mado in tho Hotel next Tuesday evening. silk web and put up in a handSilk Handkerchiefs; with colored Sweater Coats; mado with a shawl arid, "wo take exception to and could not pay them if they wero coat stylo with French turncollar and have a worsted face; some box; prices, per pair, borders; 50c and "5c back cuffs and guaranteed washllson's joust against the mon all put Into khaki. This is tho true Mrs. Winifred Rawley, of 1019 tho colors aro red, Havana $1.00, 50c and 25c able colors; price $1.35 sooner investors East Breckinridge, is ill with a ster whoso lair remains so unhid situation, and tho Tics; mado of silk Drown and navy; price . .$2.50 Three Shirts for $1.00. Thread Silk Socles; full fashioned attack of pneumonia. threatened and shown in largo shapes and hyphenated American. understand it tho better for den tho and in black and colors; these beautiful selections, and put up Sn enter Coats; mado in tho Candidly wo think all this crusado on model with a flno worsted Laundered Percale Shirts; made aro put up in a handsome box; John F. Oetken, who has been in a handsome box, sultablo for In tho coat stylo with laundered tilting at windmills. Thero rea business trip to Clarksville, price, per pair, $1.00 and . .50c face; tho colors aro navy blue, gift purposes; prices $1.50, ITAHD TO SWALLOW. cuffs attached; in plain and gray; Tenn., will bo homo for the Oxford black and cently died in New York a man $1.00, 55c, 60c and 25c Fiber Silk Socks; full seamless; plaited bosoms; also in plain price $2.00 named Herman Ridder. To read in black and colors; put up 4 white; both styles; prices $1.60 John Bull gives up tho fight to wJ Silk Mufflers; theso aro square in palrc in a box; prlco . . . .$1.00 tho Now York press seven or eight capture shapo and mado of brocaded Sweater Coate; made of heavy and $1.00 James and Edward McGrath, who the Dardanelles and the mixed wool and having shawl silk; in black and white; tho months back ono would think that next day Premier AsQulth calls for a aro students at St. Joseph's College, Men's nnd Boys' Belts; shown $1.00 Shirts nt 3 for' . .$2.75 prices aro $2.00, $1.50, $1.00 collar; tho colors aro red and with either plain or monogram Mr. Ridder was a monster of treas- million more men. Bardstown, are homo for the Yet tho navy blue; price 50c and $1.50 $1:50 Shirts nt 3 for . .$1.25 buckle; prices $1.00 and . .50c against America. onable activity press on this side would Still at his death tho same press boro have us believo that England is Miss Margaret Breckel returned Impressive testimony to this man's conducting a winning campaign. Saturday from a week-en- d visit with honesty and to his sterling AmeriMiss Margaret Druien at canism. Henry Ford can bo exhibited as We fear that Mr. Wilson Vanity Christinas Packages; con- Durham Duplex Domino Safety Steel Razors; full hollow ground; French Ivory Toilet Sets; 3 pieces taining Toilet Waters, PerRazor; with ivory handle; with guaranteed to give satisfaction; has taken a narrow view of a small an awful example to thoso who to set; In white or leatherette Attorney C. H. Noggle, of tho G blades and stropping attachspecial at fumes, Powders, etc.; prices cases; prlco, $0.00, $7.50 $1.00 section of the United States and make money too fast. & Graham, Greens-burfirm of Nogglo case; Steel Razors; hollow ground; ment; in leather 50c $2.50 down to and $5.00 that a more familiar acquaintance was hero this week on a busiprlco $1.00 Colgate's or Williams' Christmas each 50c French Ivory Manlcuro Sets; in Tho "unparalleled wavo of pros- ness trip. with tho larger and bettor America Packages; containing flno toilet French Ivory Toilet nnd Manlcuro Shaving Brushes; with Ivory, white boxes, nicely lined; from for us is not will demonstrate to him that whilst perity" predicted good quality grained goods; $3.00 down to . . . .25c Sets; $3.50 down to 50c nickel or horn handles; set in Mrs. Robert Hamilton had for of tho the German by birth or blood has vislblo to tho Congress d Ivory; put up in Mclba Toilet Waters; put up in guest for the past week her rubber and rubber set; prices, French Ivory Manlcuro Sets; also United States, which has decided to her a loving fondness for tho Father leatherette cases; priced from prices fancy purple boxes; d $1.50 down to 25c mother, Mrs. James Gibbons, of Pearl; in leatherette $25.00 down to $8.50 PjTolIn Ivory Toilet and Manlcuro land, and that whilst tho Irishman extend tho emergency tax a year Frankfort. 75c cases; prices, $12.50 down $1.00 and longer. French Ivory; trays, buffers, puff to Mclbn Perfumes; in Christmas Sets; extra heavy quality solid remembers well that his father or $3.50 boxes, hair receivers, mirrors Miss Alberta Dubourg, who was boxes; prices. $1.25 and... 50c stock; put up in nicely lined Combination Sets; consisting of grandfather was forced from tho qualiand hair brushes; $1.50 cases; priced from $30.00 down Tho special Christmas editions re- tho guest of her aunt, Mrs. Will S. Perfumes nnd Toilet Waters; all Brush, Comb, Mirror and all land of their .nativity by persecution ties $1.00 to to 1 necessary manicure articles standard qualities; $15.00 flect much credit upon the Catholic Kaltenbacher, has returned to her and famine and so bears a strong Shelbyvllle. ounce put up in Christmas French Ivory Combs; flno and Gem Damaskcnc Safety Razors; Sterling Sliver for $37.50 All wero homo in grudge against England, that both press of tho country. coarse and all coarse; $1.00, d with 7 extra blades; put up in packages; each, $1.50 down from $17.50 down evldenco of growing strength and Galvin, of Los Angeles, Wallace 25c 75c, 50c and have given to America a larger and leather case; price to to 25c $1.00 $0.00 Is tho guest of his father, Dr. John a deeper stamp than any two other Influence. Galvin, at their k5S38kSSSSSS33$'3$ W. Galvin. and Mrs. peoples and that they aro first and You could not give your friend a home on Third street. last Americans." So with other more appreciated Now Year's present immigrants, too. Miss Maggio Judge has for her than a year's subscription to the holiday guest her cousin, Miss Music in New York City, arrived THE BEST $1, $1.30, $2 HATS AT parhomo Kentucky Irish American. Georgia Mary Kean, who is attend- ents, Saturday and is withH.herCallaPROCEEDINGS. Col. and Mrs. P. Louis. ing school in St. han, Third street. HOLIDAY EUCHRE. The paid press agents of tho of Mrs. Edward O'Fallon, Jr., English Government keep our paMr. and Mrs. Matt Foley, of ChiA euchre and lotto for the benefit St. Louis, is tho holiday guest of cago, are here on a visit to their pers filled with stories of the of St. Columba's church will bo her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John parents. Mr. Foley Is tho former "horrid Germans" and how tho lat- given next Wednesday afternoon Fullenlove, New Albany. well known sporting editor of tho ter aro trying to cripple the and evening in the now school hall, Evening Post and is now sporting These are the Leading Alovinjr Picture Houses In Louisville. and Jefferson streets. Mrs. W. J. Kennedy and Miss editor of tho Chicago Dally United States, but tho following Thirty-fift- h games Annie McQueeney, of Frankfort, statement In Leslie's Weekly, giving Lunch will be served and and 8 spent Catering especially to Ladies and Children. visiting Mr. will bo called at 2:30 several days here positlvo facts, and figures, shows o'ejock. Under the same management. Presenting only the standand Mrs. Baxter Cressy. Nellie Corbett arslved yesMiss that our worst enemy at present is terday from Cincinnati, and Miss ard productions, historic, dramatic and comic. THIRD SELECT DANCE. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dolan and Clara Corbett came from St. Louis none other than our former opAll the late an 1 new Styles and Shapea little daughter, who havo been .visit- on Thursday, to remain with their pressor and perpetual enemy despito mi.A 17tnnl V?A CnnUl m.iti will ing at Ellzabethtown, returned homo parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Cor- can be found bare at reasonable price. 43fc$KeS$3$4$83x3 the prating of tho Anglo give their third select danco of the this week for tho holidays. bett, New Albany, until after Now Saxon press. Referring to our df- - season at Utopian Hall next Monday Year's day. Good Coffee a Morning Necessity Reception Commit- many friends of Timothy evening and tho layed commerce the writer says: Tho street, Com-Cel-S- ar DU"UB" Q'Sulllvan, of South Seventh As a consequence it is estimated ieu m You'll find that Mulloy's Coffee Is JUST what you want nessy, H. iaiu uia Hampton, O. Bennett, J. Jrin ho Rnrrv to learn that ho has KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS. i inait in Rottordam there aro over Brenzel, W. Craig, II. Eckert, L. 'been seriously ill this week. ?40,000,000 worth of American-owne- d Bennott and W. Brenzel. 2 1.2 lb.. New Blend Golfee with Special Rebnte Ticket, fiood fop lOo Skf" The Great Stomach, Kidney 11 goods, while in Copenhagen Misses Frances Corrigan and WWW .... in trade FOR BENEFIT OF nOME. Edna Lynn will bo hosts at a tea tate News That Will Interest aro also stored many millions' Liver and Monday afternoon at tho homo of worth. In addition to this there are Alolloy man is in your neighborhood Tho Members Hero and Tho Club, an Miss Corrigan on Highland avenuo. Social every week Phono tin and have him call. millions of dollars' worth of Ameri- adjunct Hibernian 3, A. O. H., of Division can goods in both Germany and will present motion pictures, vaudeand Antoinette Mario Misses AdC:CJjLVX,0 y which havo been ville and turkey prizes on Monday Glover arrived last week from Now evening, January 24, at tho Norman York and are with their mothor, BOTH PHONES 1323-2W. MARKET ST. long ago paid for and which can The Knights of Twenty-firand Portland Mrs. Walter E. Glover, on Cherokee year erect $75,000Duluth will next not be moved. Most of theso aro of Theater, with two performances, building. An Ideal Tonic and Body &$&$&S&&$$$S&$4 home a avenue, tho road. N, Tho Knights of Norfolk, Neb, a perishable nature, whllo others first at 6:30 and tho second at 8 Builder . . V..) n l.n u.fa iuiuuuuu have only a seasonable value that o'clock. j Air. and Mrs. Harry Angermeier wuuu mc .nn. wltti til. Inttln.tnn HOME PHONE CITY 3238 DAN J. HENNESSY EDW. A. AXMAN vvuiiy io.vvu wan ruuiuwu hnvn for cuesi uiun uuiu is, they wero for summer use, for f daughter, tneir noiiuay Angermeier, thfe fair for Oswego Council's bulld- - LegallyGuaranteedto sat PERTINENT QUESTION. Miss Clara the Christmas trade or the Hko. Fall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. isfy you or money refunded. I who is attending school at Naz- - infe fund. Without warning, without authority John M, Hennessy, the real bs- - areth. Hon. W. Bourko Cockran has con- One dollar for 3 boxes. and without precedent Great Britain tato man, was traveling in Fourth y eluded his series of lectures in tho positively refused to allow tho for- avenue tho other day in his Ford Miss Alma Keaney is. homo from larger American cities. On sale at all drug stores. New homes will soon bo orected warding of any of theso shipments, flyer and stopped to give a lift to rA nl.Atnn rtt Cfnnnq ApftflomV Representative George B. Barrett, and Is spending tho holidays with at New Haven, Conn.; Carroll, and enforced her decision by her our First Ward statesman. As a her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Iowa, and Alporia, Mich. J. C. Kirchdorfer, It. A. Schreck, Jieet. Tho resulting loss in the preliminary to conversation tho Keaney. Large numbers of visitors wit B. A, Mlnsterketter, G. H. Hoffman, United States can not bo expressed Ford owner said to his passenger, nessed tho Initiation of thirty new J. C. Schmitt, L. H. Busor, A. L. UPSTAIRS STORE. 425 W. Jefferson Street Miss Otlllo Wathen, who attends members at Madison, Wis. in words or estimated in money. Let "Cack," why don't you buy an Wege, J. A. Hodes, William P. Heno Sacred Heart Academy, is spending Tho erstwhile automobile?" nessy and J. F. Donnelly. us consider one or two Items. We Arrangements havo been mado to returned quickly, "Why don't tho holidays with her parents, Mr. exemplify a tho degrees bought most of our drugs 'from you?" This ended tho x"X":-;-x-$0Wathen, on Chero- of fifty at Dunkirk early for the class and Mrs. James CATHOLIC SENATORS. now in Germany and have no means of prokee road. year. ducing them in this country, espeHon. James Phelan, ono of the Tho Chicago Chapter will uso REUNION OF MEMBERS. James and Frank Thompson aro fund of $4,000 in making poor chil-a new United States Senators, took his cially thoso of the coal-ta- r group, homo from Ann Arbor to spend tho Congress opened reused so extensively, and salvarsan Next Wednesday evening there holidays with their parents, Mr. dren happy during tho Christmas seat when Mayor cently. As of San Francisco, days. and .Now It is prac- will be a reunion of tho older mem- and Mrs. James B. Thompson, at as Chairman of tho Relief Comtwenty-flv- o Organized in 1900, tically impossible to get theso bers of tho Knights of Columbus at Anchorage. the great flro catastroclasses have been initiated in Mil- mittee after demonstrated his execunecessities for our sick. Our beet tho club house, a special effort being phe, ho has made to bring together those who Mary Virginia Howard is waukee, tho membership now being tive ability and his worth as a pubMiss root growers depend entirely upon wero initiated during tho years of Oxford College, Ohio, to 1,200. homo 713-71- 5 Ho will bo tho sixth lic official. SOUTH SEVENTH STREET Germany for their beet root seed, 1899, 1900. 1901, 1902, 1903, 1904, spend from holidays with her parThough only a small place, Cas- Catholic in tho Senate. Tho others tho CiMtb., S. 299a. Hook, City 2399. TiliptaMS is well known that tho Ger- 1905 and 1906. Next Friday evon-in- g ents, Mr. and Mrs. Park Howard, cade boasts ono of tho live Iowa are: New York, Senator o Gorman; i6r it there will be a reception and Maryland Court. Fifty candidates joined Montana, Senator Walsh; Arizona, councils. man seed is the best. There aro tho order there this month. today 58,000 ono hundred pound danco for members and thoir famSenator Ashurst; Louisiana, Senilies, .and Chairman Thomas Tarpy Miss Edith Edleson returned Council 400 cent a handsome ators Ransdell and Broussard. Senbags of beet seed in Rotterdam, announces that will Saturday from St. Mary's of tho floral piece on tho occasion of tho ator Phelan has purchased for paid for before March 1, 1915, and not bo admitted. Woods, near Columbus, Ohio, to dedication last week of tho beauti- $140,000 the Peyton Russell houso Erigalnd won't let us have ono spend the holidays with her mother, ful Elks' homo at Columbus, Ohio. on R street. CHRISTMAS OBSERVANCE. Mrs. E. R. Edleson. pound of it!" At tho annual initiation of South Christmas gets its namo from the LOVING CUP FOR 3LVIIER. Bend Council sixty-flv- o candidates mass celebrated in tho early days of Misses Susan McDormott and wero ENGLAND'S SITUATION. tho Christian church in honor of Helen Malone, who aro attending grees. given the second and third deJames D. Mahor, Clerk of the "As Ner to You as tbe Nearest Phone" A team from Chicago worked the birth of Christ, Its first solthis the third. United StateB Supreme Court, has A bill for the mobilization of for- emnization having beon ordered by school in New York, arrived week and will be with their parents Eleven orphan asylums, some completed fifty years of sorvlco to Our Special $3.00 Spray eign stocks and bonds and other Popo Tolesphorus, This was in or On December 1, til after New Year's. will share in tho that tribunal. year 138, for in that year tho securities hold in tho British Isles before Telesphorus Christmas tree provided by New 18 C5, at the ago of elovon, ho went Our Special $5.00 Wreath Pope At first has passed Its second reading in Christmas was whatdied. known as aj Misses Elizabeth and Frances Orleans Council for tomorrow. Tho to work for it as a page boy. Tho is The largest values in Funelovhas given Parliament and bids fair to become movable feast, Just as Easter M Malono are home from school in children will bo transported in BDe-- courtcup as a to him a silver long ral Flowers ever offered in souvenir of his ing Cincinnati for a holiday visit to cial cars. a law. It is estimated that these now, and was celebrated as late Jis Louiavllle. and faithful career. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John T. or May. In tho fourth securities amount to $4,000,000,000, April an ecclesiastical investigation Malone, in the Highlands. For prompt delivery call ?23 NEW YEAR DANCE. Doth pnonet. PRIEST SIXTY YEARS. whiqh tho Government wants to uso was ordered .and upon tho authority i m' Mr, and Mrs. John F. Harcou; Trinity Dance Club will entertain to pay for necessary Imports. Now of tho tables of tho censors in tho Cut Flowers for all, occasions. Tho Rev, James Grannan, S. J., Roman archives, December 25 was havo announced the engagement" of with a danco at their club house, if this means anything, according to Special attentions given agreed upon as the date of the Sav- their accomplished daughter, Miss Baxter and Morton avenues, next who died last Friday at St. Stanis the New York Advocate, it means iour's nativity. Tradition fixed the Cecilia Harcourt, to Goodloe O'Neal. Friday evening, December 31, and laus Seminary at Florissant, Mo was orders. tmrm that Great Britain has come to the hour of birth at about midnight, Tho date for tho wedding has not will dance the old year out and the well known in Kentucky and was mnowmsnem new year in, the hours being from the undo of William Grannan, of NEW NANZ NEUNER CO. end of iU financial rope; at least and this led to the celebration of a been set. tourih Avenue LoutfrHlr p to 1 o'clock, v The committee in Paris. Father Grannan had been a midnight INCORPORATED. the Government must be reduced to a second mass in all the churches, memher of the Society of Jcbus for Miss Edith Callahan, who is at- charge are T. A. Henle. G. A. at dawn jjerjous financial straits when the later morning. and 'a third in tending the Comstock "Flowers telegraphed everywhere " 657 Fenrtk Aye.. Louisville. Ky. Sehool of Glass, L. S. Ebefle, F. H. Brigman, over sixty years. THE CHRISTMAS STORE all-wo- ol two-tone- SOMETHING FOR FATHER AND THE BOYS SOCIETY. I 0S3S3S3SSSSS8SSaQ ck ch - turn-bac- ed y Four-in-Hnn- d ck pro-Engli- sh Toilet and Shaving Accessories j Toilet and Manicure Sets g, satin-line- satin-line- II Silver-plate- HIGH-HANDE- D CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO Austria-Hungar- Blood Remedy JOHN M. 12 Y st ji m . V Hennessy DR. Axman POPULAR PRICE TAILORS g? urn-plr- J. T. CHAWK I Veterinary Infirmary. t 'X"S"S"t'frOO30l non-membe- rs 7; non-Cathol- cfc-tu- ry FLORISTS n Jm MW bBNrOPXJOKTSr IIDE FOR CAi Kentucky . XmSH AMBRIOAN DIRECTORY. A. IRELAND'S GREETINGS. BUYERS ' A CHRISTMAS CAROL. Second and Fourth Thursday, Lleder-kran- z Hall, Sixth and Walnut. THE PH3t LLENBAOH 00. IrATrras President Mark Ryan. PORATED Vice President William Cushlng. O! exiles out In tho world! UISVIUliB BY Secretary Financial Edward Hers Of God send you in soothing dreams Clancy. AMERICAN ELEVATOR OLD F SOUR MASH Recording Secretary Daniel Mc- - The crooning of Irish breezes, The. murmur of Irish streams. "nOLLE w mm PURE RYE r"nfhv A Merrlo Christmas, gentlefolk! MACHINE CO. laughter of Irish firesides I The Louisville, Ky. 528 V. M Treasurer Thomas Keenan. And may your wealth and pride On a far-onight, Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Tarpy. When tho fairy Christmas of the' humble ones Be mindful men marched up tho ENGRAVERS Christmas-tide- , This blessed glen, DIVISION a. And tho fields with frost woro A BCIILICII ENGRAVING COMl'AN Child, :ONFEOTIONERY BAKERY There was a Littli white. Meets First Wednesday Liederkranz Innocent and holy, ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS Hall, Sixth and Walnut. Cnk)' Charlotte Russo Fruit Born of tho VIrgih mild God prosper you, Irish exilest ELECTROTYPERS President Joseph Lynch. lowly. In that And keep you forever true Vice President Daniel O'Keefe. Louisville, Ky 1104 SOUTfe BVENTH STREET Sing praiso stable 86 W. Main St., to Godlwho gavo Recording Secretary John Homo tl rie, City 6574 T. To the land that Is still your mother Home Phone City 5674 Unto you and mto And that never was falso to you; Keaney. Such gift our souls to savo! AHTr! Secretary Edward J. God guide you again toward IreFinancial PRINTING "SOUTHERN STAR" 01 tho charity! land Kelran. When her skies are no longer SLICED BACON I.ASS WORK Treasurer Thomas Hannan. FIRSr g A Merrlo Christmas, gentlefolk! gray, Sergeant-at-Arm- s John P. Hel- And the sunburst in tho horizon "All Ready for Your Griddlo In tho Giro And may your wealth and' pride ton. Your Next Order This On Moraine" humble ones Be mindful of the Will point you out tho way. 317 Ua 5REEN ST. SAUSAGE HAMS, LARD, This blessed Christmas-tide- . Daly. DIVISION a. T. A. LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. Telephone 1 946 . (Incorporated.) Meets 1st and 3rd Monday at Hibernian Home, 1818-182- 0 Portland. Practice Mcdlcino and Surgery President John M. Maloney. Vice President Matt J. O'Brien. J. T. HULSKAMP, M. D. Recording Secretary Thomas Record of the Most Important of "Tho Placo V mra Old Clothes Are Removed to Suite 812 Storks Bldg. Kllleen. Mndo to Wk Liko Now." the Recent Events Culled O Financial Secretary John J. Hes- What They Have Been Doing Louisville, Ky. 9PALDING I CLEANING CO sion, Jr. a. m.; 8 p. m. Hours 10-1- 1 From Exchanges. Week General tho Past Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. Sunday 10-1- 1 a. m. PHI ES 1887. Sergeant-at-Arm- s News Notes. Martin Kale- earnestly luncements he colunis. We aim t wetl :t our read- Isibility. only firms of knowr ll.e advertisers wliol Irish Amcil Merrle Christmas, gentlefolk! May nothing ye dismay, May peace of mind attend ye all This blessed Christmas day. A SOCIETY ! - 0. H. 1 nipv There was a star whose light, Mystical and holy, Shone through the silent night O'er a stable lowly, Sing praise to Gpd on high! And rejoice that Ho Thus should beautify Humble poverty. DIVISION 1. A wish from tho heart of Ireland Goes over tho wintry sea, In tho track of hor exiled children, Wherever on earth they be; n A wish and a prayer That tho glamor of Christmas day May reach them still by vale and hill In the strange lands far away. lovo-lade- I'GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Funeral Director and Embalmer BOTH PHONES 810. t STREET? 3971-y ff 1809 WEST JEFFERSON ::re 04)tVS4 ? SMWHHWHHUHWVWWWmUUMVHWHHV(mtUmWM HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 1 J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EM3ALMERS. 4MUtMUUUUUVMUUUUiUUMUUMMWMMUUMMUMiMM rVVflMIIM4"X,,Vi jBirano HIBERNIANS. IRELAND. 822 East Maiaa. Street. itVTiiTrttsA.f-ft.Tit- nt JJJsJiiJtJJsjsjJJsJsJJJJ fTs D'OUGHERTY & McELLIOTT 7-- Tober- Patrick Dyer, Receivers and Shippers of nay and curry, has been arrested on a chargo MISS JOS PHINE WOLF Division 3 will conduct tho first 'Grain. Manufacturers of Shur- DIVISION 4. under the realm defenco act. 963 SOUTHS HIRD STREET installation Monday, January 3. Plecz Poultry and Stock Feeds Mrs. James O'Reilly, who lives Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, Division 1 of Mobile claims the AND OATERESf Hay, Grain, Flour and Mill Feed CONFECTION near Belmullet, has given birth to Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. largest membership in tho South. J?II02MI3JS Weddings & Chas. A. Cyphers' New Buffalo Parties Given triplets two girls and a boy. President John H. Hennessy. Division 4 will meet next Monday Specif Attention Incubators and Brooders 2D0S-Tho Ardeo District Council adopt- X Climb. Main Homo City 299S Vice President Thomas Lynch. evening, tho last meeting of tho Charles ' blf, .Manager LOUISVILLE, KY. Financial Secretary Thomas J. ed tho resolution of tho Cavan Uryear. H"WM"I"M"M MS-M -M "i"i"i" ban Council protesting against conLangan. The Ladles' Auxiliary will Install JOHN B. WATHEN Secretary John J. scription. Recording R. J? JNESSE new officers next Wednesday Barry. their A new Industry has FURNITURE MOVER and PACKER evening. Treasurer Pat Connelly. been started in Gnlway by the PaBUILDING' CONTRACTOR WAGON OR VAN Tho membership campaign has Sergeant-at-Arm- s - trician Brothers In connection with Thomas Fargreatly strengthened the order in roll. ' West Walnut Street their schools. 810 YO 5 K STREET New York State. Sentinel M. J. McDermott. U2ORP0nATED Tho Ennlsklllen Guardians havo PICNIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY The Ladies' Auxiliary of Pitts appointed Dr. John Gallagher to tho Phono South 17,3 J Homo Phone Shawnee 1986 Louisville, Ky. burgh will glvo a benefit for St. Y. M. I. vacancy in the Tempo and Lisbellaw Ann's Homo and Day Nursery. dispensary districts. ARTHUR A. WILL and Stato officers wit National THOS. J. 3R0DERI0K MAOIUN COUNCIL, 203. Tho death of tho Very Rov. John nessed the initiation of a largo num- Meets Monday Evenings at Club Kehoe, Grantstown, is mtich rePLUMBING, GAi AND SEWERAGE ber Monday night at Syracuse. Twenty-sixtHouse, 344 North gretted. The remains wero interred The Delaware State and County in the convent grounds. President John' J. Lynn. Home Phofij City 4392-- J Boards have each donated $100 to Montgomery Street First F. Ryan has the orphans' fund, as did also a Murphy. Vico President John W. selected clerk of been unanimously tho Castlobar Ur1000 Zino Street number of divisions. 1.. Home Phone Shawnee 1010 Second Vice President Martin ban Council, and J. Rogers has been Division 9 of Flushing, N. Y., has P. Schadd. chosen rent collector. Home Phone 1191 given a $1,000 library to tho parish Treasurer George J. Thornton. WM. ISGRIGG Dr. Martin Sweeney has been school besides doanting $600 and n. Financial Secretary A. C. Link. unanimously appointed medical offiHollenbach's Wine House set of Irish histories. SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR Recording Secretary William G. cer of tho Lowpark dispensary dissiKfllisiktiskiMIisHsfls!ftsi9 KARL A. HOLLENBACH, Proprletoi The fUvJsJpns of- ix lo'Ups' Aux-- J JJucjkel. trict by tho Swlnford' Guardians. 4105 Henry Street uiuiy ui vjiucuku uiu uiruugiiiK lor "Mar&S'rnHarry Alberts. Importer a'.u Lealer In J;. O'Bryne, Cushinstown, has J. their banquet In honor of St. Brigld Inside Sentinel Eawara"GnVLrV beeTiv?00?11 a member of Wexford Homo Phone, Shawnee 1383-AVINES AND LIQUORS on Tuesday, February 1. Outside Sentinel Harvey Pfelf-fe-r. County-- Council in place of R. A. 144 South Third Street Since May last threo divisions of owing to the Ladies' Auxiliary have been orExecutive Committee Frank G, Rice, resigned C. G. STIGLITZ & SONS SEE POOLEY Tullamoro' guardians elected Dr. ganized in Chicago, and all are in- Adams, Thomas Bachman, Frank Geller, A. W. Andriot, John R. J. Nnlly, Mullliiggr. to tho medical FOR iMONEY MANUFACTURERS CONFIDENTIAL creasing their membership. ofllcershlp of Kllou?hey dispensary At the last meeting of tho divis- Barry. RELIABLE district, vacant by the"eslgnatlon of ion at South Bend. Ind., four Louisville Made Furnaces F. R. POOLEY wore Initiated and a num- navigator Christopher Columbus, Dr. D. J. Harty. S. Ninth St. Room 1, Courier-JournBuildinc ber of applications received. Recruiting has become VJok hi who showed the civilized world tho Home Phone City 2542 415 Fourth Street South Bend Hibernians have pre- way across tho Atlantic, was master tho town of Longford. Bog"? reIN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE sented to tho Public Library of that or ceremonies. On. Christmas eve, plies to the Lord Lieutenant's recSt city two books", ' "RelTgTous Orders 1492, ho lost his flagship, tho Santa request to ellgiblo young men have itw1iitn1.jTtiTMM?.t..Tl . of Women in the United States." Maria, which ran on a reef on tho been sent In by the hundreds. M. 1. BANNON, P. BANNON, JR., At a meeting of Armagh Catholic LAWRENCE Tho largest class ever presented north coast of Haiti. Fortunately J. VEENEMAN, in Brooklyn received Pre:. & Mer. Vice Pret. t Treat. tho degrees for him and his crew, tho native Board of Education, Cardinal Loguo Secretary. Thursday night In tho presence of Indians of tho island were friendly. presiding, Very Rov. Canon Coyno, SATISFIES THAT LONGING. Stato, county and national officers. and they not only camo to his res Kendy, was elected as Commissioner cue but saved all tho wreckage of of Education for tho year 191C. Special cars from the surrounding towns were run to Utlca on Tues Ills vessel, which they piled up on The death at his residence, Fore, day for thoso who wanted to hear the beach at Guarico, near tho pres of Patrick O'Farrell. aced eiehtv- INCORPORATED ent city of Cape Haitien. The In- two, removes a popular local figure. National McLaughlin dian cacique did President Sewer and Culvert Pipe, : all ho could to Ho was father of the Very Rov. T, PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE, KY. speak. Bannon's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits, allay tho grief of tho Spaniards, and O'Farrell, President of St. Mrs. Anna Lynch, who has been on Christmas day spread a banquet, Flnian's Wall Coping, Drain Tile, Yitrifled BricK, College, Mulllngar. an indefatljrable worker for the to which they were Invited, Home Phone 1913 Fire Proofing, Floe Lining, Fire BricK Ladles' Auxiliary in Syracuse, has which many of his own peopleand at Tho death has taken place at tho Cumb. Phone West 191 acted early ago been elected President of Division In tho capacity of servants. Grate and Boiler Tile, Ground Fire Clay, Chimney fops. n the: of years of 1 of that city. Patrick E. Carroll, T. C, Tuam. Ho OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON was ailing for a brief period, and At Syracuse last week 150 new NOTRE DAME DEATH. his early demise has evoked deep members were initiated and at Utlca HOME PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN 507. the number was 125. National and ), feelings of regret. (Patrick Brother Michael biaio oincors were present and deyears 13tH end Brcck. ami Magnolia Ave., Bet. 9th and lOtli. WORKS who was twenty-fou- r It is said that when a recruiting jnCORPORATED livered stirring addresses. head of one of tho big Notre Dame party in chargo of' Major McNally V;"M"M"M-H"I- University farms, died on Friday, and a band of tho Connaught RangMaryland Hibernians will erect a memorial altar in St. Mary's church December 17, at the ago of seventy-tw- o ers visited Gort tho town lights wero years. Tho deceased was born extinguished and tho recruiting at Lonaconing in memory of Rev. Peter Manning, for many years in Tipperary, Ireland, in 1843, and posters covered by others inviting received tho holy habit in 1891. Be- the peoplo to join the Irish VolunState Chaplain of tho order. Sold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excellent Oavav For tho twentieth successive year fore he entered tho Holy Cross or- teers. $ George J. Sullivan, a successful at- der ho had been married and had Antimony, a mineral used In the FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. GRUBER & DEUSER, Managers, Louisville, Ky. torney, was elected President of Di- threo children. After tho death of manufacture of high explosive shells, vision 1 of Mobile. This is a record his wife ho received tho Holy Cross has been discovered in the County FREE SERVICE. that few, if any, have over achieved. habit. One of Brother Michael's Monaghan. Tho new nilno Is said to JOHN B. FRAISTX Over 200 members of Division 1 sons, Rev. Father, Borgln, Vico Pres- bo a very rich one, and Is situated St. Viator's College, Kanof Bangor, Maine, wore present at ident of111., sung in the townland of Crossbane, four kakee, the funeral ine annual old folks party. During on Monday. His daughter is a mass miles from Keady and five miles 1101-0- 3 EAST BROADWAY. Holy tho evening tho usual refreshments Cross nun at St. Mary's College and from Castleblayney. of apples and sweet pApv wc. All creeds and classes woro repreAcademy, Notre Damo, Ind. Father Borved. Mahoney, President of St. Viator's sented at tho funeral of John Glynn, As a result of tho membership College, preached the funeral ser- formerly Town Clerk of Tuam, a campaign started during OctQber at mon. prebrilliant Irlah scholar and Tacoma twenty-fou- r viously a journalist. candidates wore Tho local 508, 510 512 CLAY STREET. initiated last month, and another ANOTHER GRAND EDIFICE. Board of Guardians passed a resoluclass will receive tho degrees during tion of sympathy with Mrs. Glynn TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVHilB. KY. January. The Corpus ChristI church, Forty-nint- h and family. Tho Ladies' Auxiliary national ofGrand boulevard, Chiand The death has occurred of The most popular cooking device in ficers havo received many promises cago, of which tho Rev. T. F. Fleming, Killarnoy, for many David A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case of years of support from Senators and Con- O'Gara is tho pastor, will be open connected with the drapery business. the world. Easy to clean, cooks quickly, gressmen for for of Rev. P. Fleming, bakes perfectly and consumes the least granting a site inthe proposod bill ing, tho first time Christmasbo morn- He was fatherand of Sister M. Brencelewhen six masses will Arlington cemetery Philadelphia, for tho monument to tho "Nuns of brated.. The church, which, has dan, Holy Faith possible amount of gas. Convent, been a long time in courso of conthe Battlefield." M. and Ambrose, It is made to last. struction, will not bo ready for dedi- Mercy Convent,Sister Tho (satisfactory condition of the Tralee. Extra Pale Lager cation until in tho spring, but it Is Peerless Common Ancient Ordor in Alabama is credmiddle age, splendid a William Houlihan, of firm, ited to tho ablo leadership of Stato so far finished that its tailor in a Limerick and a Due to the ereat demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, President John A. Hughes, who has proportions and outline are all Been. native of Newcastle-Wes- t, was been a prominent figure at a num- Tho church is one of tho finest in struck on the head with a falling and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. Chicago and will cost complete ber of national conventions and is 215 WEST MARKET STREET. It Is constructed slate as he was passing through PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. well known throughout tho country. about $500,000. Henry street, Limerick, with the reMobile Hibernians had in attend- of white Bedford stone. sult that his skull was fractured, ance at their annual meeting Right Rev. First Communion Books J. Bishop Allen, Rev- - Edward CATHEDRAL TO BE RESTORED. and death was almost Instantaneous. E, J. Gleeson, Llstowel, organizer Hackett and Rev. Emmet KenAssociation, was Tho venerable St. Louis Cathe- Town Tenants' nedy, a native of Louisville. Father ROSARIES dral, the mother church of all the served with a summons to appear at Kennedy was tho winner of tho tho Petty Sessions to answer a SCAPULAR MEDALS door prize, a full dress suit and churches within tho vast extant of charge under tho defence of the silk hat. Bishop Allen and Father tho immense territory that consti- realm act in reference to a speech See oar uew book, ''How te Get Hackett to each drew a box of Satsuma tuted the Louisiana Purchase, ofis the delivered by him at Duagh in conremafn the Cathedral church SAVE PBR Ma.ried." oranges. archdiocese of Now Orleans. This nection with tho Allen, Larkln and 9 YOU rtfl CENT Congressman Ambrose Every Devotional Article here. Konnedv Is what tho Most Rov. Archbishop O'Brien anniversary. will present to Congress the bill for. Blenk emphatically declared to the Deep regret is felt, not only in No trouble to show gooda. mo uruuuon m Arlington cemetery Very Rev. Canon F. Racine, rector Roscrea and district, but in many of a suitable Schneider's Meat Market of tho Cathedral, who went to parts of of tho 318 W.t Market Si. Rogers Church GoodsJCo. ters of Charitymemorial for the Sis- Shreveport to visit His Grace. "Tell Rov. W. Ireland, at the death Mount who rendered aid as A. Fitzgerald, of nurses on the battlefields and In the my people;" said tho Archbishop, St. Joseph's Roscrea, which occurred 440 SOUTH FIFTH ST. hospitals of tho Union during the "that whllo I am tho Archbishop In 129 S. FOURTH AVE. Opposite the Cathedral. year. A native his seventy-firs- t civil war. Tho bill will take tho of New Orleans, if I live for twenty Christmas Is the great "at home" of Klldornoy, ho filled tho office of Choice Beef, Veal, Lamb, MrIIou, Gamo course as other matters day. If you can't be there, a fine phoof years, St. Mount Uoiuh, IiaeoB, Pork, Lard, Saaea. legislation, and a HERRMANN tograph will help. BROS. ably bo held uponhearing will prob- always tho the Louis Cathedral will Guest Master of years. St. Joseph's be Cathedral church of twenty Telephone City 2241 early In Janu- tho archdiocese." Every day marks for over It IMPORTERS ary. Sts. Fifth It is not believed that there the improvement in tho condition DEMONSTRATE VERSATILITY. will bo any opposition to the meas- of Archbishop Blenk, who will Boon FINE WINES AND LIQUORS. ure because of tho well known leave the Shreveport sanitarium. Tho versatility of the Irish lias Siva your boys an adncatlon tbat wUJ Distillers and Wholesale Dealheroism displayed by the Sisters. again been demonstrated by the prtpar thtm for Ufa. ers in Finest Barnds of KenMuffs are small. exigencies ot tho war. Tho Emerald tucky Whiskies, especially. FIRST CHRISTMAS IN AMERICA. d Funeral Directors panne velvet makes Islp Is now making a serious bid ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE some very striking suits. 113 W. Broadway, louiivlUo, Xj. for world trade by the manufacture The first Christmas celebrated in Beaver surfaced cloth Is a keen of "German" toys and "Turkish" Embalmen Conducted by the Xaverlan Brotbera. NORTON BUILDING America took place in the West rival to velvet this season, Scientific Buslaeai and rugs and cigarettes. Egypt is now Classical,Preparatory Department, BOTTLED IN BOND. Indies and in the very year that Courses, N. W. Csrner Fourth and Jeffersti TtdfkMM 1943; Iarr its "Oriental" rugs from Swlmmlnr Pool, Well Bqulpped Gyjsa-lu- SIO ITDE:XC A.V2 234 S SIXTH STttET America was discovered. The great j is For maid and matron much use ordering made of ribbon' trimming, Donegal. TeJeUae mv. Terms Moderate. Bro, Jasaeo, Dir. lock-keepe- RITTER-HENNING- S CO. Cumb. S. 981 Home, City 981 her. Sentinel 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Thomas Noone. r, Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH n - toy-maki- 5 2C-2- FRANK FEHR BREWING ca BUILDER h. - L. Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE, KY. can-dldate- es 210-22- 2 , al tfESTEL BREW CREAM BEER i P. BANNON PIPE CO. JOHN v OERTEL CO. forty-seve- 573-178- 6. Ber-gln- WIEDEIVTALN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers. AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES FALLS CITY VULCANIZING CO. QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE WALTERS' and Clay Street Brewery Grey-stone- s, FALL CITY BEER GEHER & SON CMun PHOTOGRAPHER GERMAN BANK BECKMAN tfflJB i and FRED ERHART ARCHITECT and Market H.B0SSES0tf Small-checke- Pearl of Nelson, XCISKrOOKY TKHH AMBRIOA1V. CHM$TMAS t WANTS. ' ' AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY. Timely Record of Some Memor- 1 I I I I 1 1 I iBl 1 11 1 11 1 1 1 n J - The following are somo of the VP Pspecial wants which Santa Claus has been asked to nil for Christmas day December 26, 1)395 Death of the and he will make a big hit by seeRight Rev. Aegldius Junger, secing thut their stockings aro filled ond Bishop of Nesqually, Wash.; accordingly: ordained at tho American ColCongressman Swagar Shorloy lege, Louvaln, in 1862; conseTho 1916 Congressional nomination crated October 28, 1879; built without any opposition. the Cathedral, of Our Lady of the Mayor Duschomeyer Just a few Holy Rosary. Vancouver, in 1884. more indorsements of his adminis27, tration to add to his largo collec- December Rev. 1871 Death of tho Right Frederick Reso, first tion. Bishop of Detroit, Mich., and first County Attorney A. Scott Bullitt German bornl Bishop of. tho A sure enough equine thoroughPeii,nal inspection of every little boy and American hierarchy; born in ' ?r bred to leaH Democratic parades in vSvM Bm5 Weincnburg, Hanover, February ;; girl in the flach of our store. There are so manv the future.' C, 1791; ordained In Romo in : : Judge Harry Robinson, Alderman $1.00 PER YEAR TO Sand to your loved ones new things fiat we can't begin to tell about them 1822; consotrated by Bishop Joe Overberg, Charles Barker and so you will 1st have to come and see. Rosatl at Cincinnati, October C. ANYWHERE? JN THE Hunter Burke Horses for mounts away from home. Contains 1833. J Instead of mules when assistant American Iyer Trains on December 28, 1787 The Right Rev. Amencan Model Builders' .. marshals to Scott Bullitt. all the NEWS: OF INTEREST UNITED STATES Guy Ignatlufs Chabrat Col. Jim Whallen Only the good track cngincluaranleed for 6 outfit, 50c to born in $7.50 :: Chambre, France; came to Amerwishes of the many whom ho is ' months well lade, in several and will be a WELCOME Shoo-Flie- s ica with Bishop Flaget In 1810 '.'. helping to enjoy Christmas. and Rocking FOREIGN COUNTRIES sizes.; prices slrt at $1.00 Morses Well made, and was ordained at St. Rose's, Jailer Charley Foster Somo $12.50 to WEEKLY LETTER. Kentucky, December 25, 1811, be- ; ; diplomas to give to his graduates Folding Dolloart with hood ; 85c. $1.50 ing the first priest ordained in in his educational classes at the sieei wnceis, leatherette up tho West;, Jail. consecrated titular Chairs and Rockers, in reed, holstering, at iOc; other Doll oak Bishop of Molina and Coadjutor Col. Frank McGrath An opponand red finish; $3.50 down to Bishop Flaget, of Bardstown, ent that can give him a real conCarts up to .. $11.98 to 24c ;: test in rolling duck pins. July 20, 1834; resigned on acGames for oung and old; count of threatened blindness in John J. Barry Tho official anFire Engines, Hook and Lad- - ; ' nouncement of his appointment as 1847 and died in his father's X large assortnv it, priced from ders; made of cast iron; a largo Wharfmaster. house In Maurlac, France, Novem10c to $1.50 variety; $1.50 down to ...50c John L. Qrubor A list of tho ber 21, 1868. poor and worthy of his district, en- December 9, 1886 Blackboard; hang on wall Desks: roll top; oak finish: Death in Brook abling the Eleventh and Twelfth lyn, xs. y or James Alphonsus X or .stand on sel; $3.00 down fold up when not in use. $1.75: . Ward Democratic organization to McMaster; born in Duanesburg, to 50c others up to $6.50 ; am them. N. Y.. Anril 1. 1820. tnn nr John Lubbers A bound copy of Doll Beds; white enamel and Presbyterian minister; became a Lead Soldi' s; big variety; Henry Wattorson's German war ediCatholic in 1845; famous editor $1.00 down to 25o brass finish ; $6.50 down to 25c ; ; torials. of tho Now York Freeman's JourDr. John T. Chawk Tho winner Velocipedes; steel and rub- - ; ; nal from 1848 until his death. Mechanical ,'oys; lots of new of the 1916 Kentucky Derby. d wheels; all sizes; December 30, 1821 Tho ones; 25c to J Right $1.00 Judge Allen Kinney A continuaRev. John England, Bishop of priced from $13.98 down to tion of tho successful run of plays Pianos; ma ogany finish; all $1.25. Charleston, S. C, blessed at the Casino and Orpheum. tho hall and a room for a chapel in sizes; $8.75 d ivn to 25c Henry Bosquet Enough samplo Electric Train Outfits; the:! the Vauxhall Garden, at Broad bottles of the famous "McKenna" jurums or cry description, Lional make; up from ..$3.98 ;; and Friend streets, where later to go around among his friends. 25c he built a temporary wooden X up from . . . Charles F. Grainger. J. William Dolls of every description. chapel for his Miller, James B. Camp and Judge nt Erector an(. Erector Acces- - "We were fortunate in receiving : : St. .Finbarr. Robert Bingham Tho Democratic sory Outfits, 1.00 to . . . .$7.50 nearly our entire order and aro December 31, 1863 Death of Peter nomination for Mayor in 1917. Simplex typewriter; very showing the largest line in Capt. Frank Reichert Tho guarTurner, organizer of tho first antee that tho Twin City League Catholic congregation in tho dioinstructive fol- the children; Louisvile. Priced S10.00 down will again bo tho leading amateur cese of Brooklyn, N. Y., member simple to opd-ate- ; $1 to $3.00 to 10c. baseball organization. of the committee that built St Ed Aud A railroad ticket to the James' church, which was dediWe respectfully request our patrons to leave cated August 28, 1823; President Socialist Congressman Ileccives sunny coast of Florida for the winter. of its first board of trustees and Special Favor in Our Xatheir orders for Christmas Candies as soon as T. Finck Martin A duplicate father of the Very Rev. 'tlonul Assembly. ticket of Ed Aud's. Turner, first Vicar General ofJohn possible and avoid the rush of the last few days. the Senators Charles Knight and Sam Embroidered diocese. Three Sheer Lawn HandkerRobertson That they will ngaln i.muury Handkerchiefs, in a larco nic- - chiefs, with colored initials, in i, 1804 college at St cut a big 'swath at tho comlnc sns- Joseph, Susquehanna county, Pa T turo box; each Handkerchief a a fancy box; box of three. .25c Committee Assignments Arc In- slon of the General Assembly. destroyed by fire and never re- different pattern 39c Senator Hito Huffaker Only a Sheer Lawn Ladies' Handcreased to Assist RepresentSMBdcd in 142 by tho way to respond to tho man" jjoj Three Handker- - kerchiefs with ono corner emIfeV. John O'Reilly,' pioneer Pennative London. co thlngsSPjd JJtIh rjJe.lt-rafor sylvania missionary and after- X chiefs in a neUt gift box; worth broidered; also dainty emtub Senate Speakership. 230 West Market. 219 West Jefferson. ward President of tho Seminary 25c each; box of three ...50c broidery and initial; regular e Councilman Tom Dolan A of Our Lady of Angels, Niagara; Champions Doctrines Jicanlnir copy of his famous poem, "Tho 5c Six All Pure Linen Handker- 10c values during its existence of twenty-tw- o Destruction of Stable Street Cleaner's Dream." years St. Joseph's educated chiefs in a gift box; worth Three Very Dainty Govcr yti mif Dan Hennessy and Ed Axman two Bishops and many priests. WlVJAfcU $1.00; sheer quality; box of Embroidered Handker Orders to make clothes for their friends the coming year. 79c chiefs, in a dainty gift box, a ? six RECENT DEATHS. Owen' Sullivan Only BjKffi4-- M 25c X Diamond Headquarters Em- box Sheer Linen COMPRISE with RADICALISM recollections "of tho gratitudepleasant of tho Tho funeral of William J. Hore. broidered Handkerchiefs with Six Initial Handkerchiefs, in orphans for Jjis, kindness this past who died of pneumonia, was held year. V roll edge; regular 25c value; a gift box; three styles of in Circuit Clerk Frank Dugan A Monday morning from St. Cecilia's i Socialism once more has a. renre- 15c itials, special 50o T for plan' to aividefourteen Jobs be- church. The deceased was forty-nin- e scntatlve In Congress. Thla tlmo It years old and had been em(s Meyer London from the East Side tween fourteen hundred applicants. A longer period ployed as a machinist in tho fire Mike Brennnri In New York. Ho is to take up the We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates department. Ho leaves a in the legislative halls where to meet his many friends and ac- of friends who mourn hiswldo' circle work quaintances at the State Fair. death. Victor Berger left oft and to raise An auditorium Merit O'NeaJ the cry of Radicalism in the na- that will accommodates the crowd to Many friends sincerely mourn the 404-40- 6 WEST MARKET STREET tional assembly. Ho is not merely hear his European war lecture. death of William Edward Gibbons, to protest against the evils of the Squire Frank Santa son of Mr. and Mrs. David Olhhnnn m present day, but to champion revo- Claus to leave IDacher For at tho who passed away after a two weeks' d rig for use ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account hs lutionary and destructive measures. Shelby Democratic Club Christmas uiness at ins homo, 723 West with this safe, conservative, Hia task in this regard it not to tree. Broadway. His funeral was held j Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more' be so difficult as at first might bo Capt. Will Gardner New music Monday morninc from the c.nthn. Imagined. He is in fact to be assist- to try tango steps with. dral. attended by numbers of his at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 ed In a special manner by the conRepresentative Will Duffy A associates, by whom ho was held Goods Laid Asides per cent. No cost to you whatever. trolling forces in the body of which sure way to defeat Dave Burke In in high esteem. on Part Payment, The same courteous attention given the he is a member. A special to tho their Thanksgiving night bowling depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. Mrs. Lula twenty-fiv- e McGlll, of December 9 in club, New York Call PEN EVERY NIGHT TILL XMAS. forms us of this fact. "Representaon his years old, beloved wlfo of Leslie Dan Sexton A patent rarzra McGlll, Ksfejkfrtypj tive Meyer London," it says, "be- method of handicapping the ponies. stricken 643 East F street, was with a heart attack Sunday comes a member of tho House Com Capts. Miko HDgan, George- Brown 1872 Established Second nnd Market Under the Big Clock mittee on Labor by virtue of a spe- - and Frank Portmah Pointers on afternoon that proved fatal. Tho Stato Government Supervision clal amendment to tho rules, agreed their talks for tho next Vice Com- - news was a shock to her relatives and friends. Her funeral was held &&$&&&$4S$&QM$4&$ upou by tno House in us session on mission oanqueu The Board of Education A list Tuesday morning- from St. Philip Monday, increasing tho membership teachers for use in Nerl church, Rev. Father Acker-man- n of the committeo by ono for his ben of conducting tho solemn tho Loulsvillo schools. efit." MMMHUWMVMVMMWVWWWWVivUMWtnWrtMVM YOU CAN NOT LOSE IP YOU Wood Axton 'and Capt. Fox A London, it appears, had been over. . looked or neglected by tho minority pulmotor that will revive tho Bull Sunday afternoon Edward Prante, members of Congress in committee Moose party. son of Anthony Jack (Speedy)' McGrath Half of the appointments. But tho controlling on his request, to tho real Charlie Chaplin's salary Prante, 603 East Caldwell street, forces hastened, to an illness the foart make special provision for him by for playingCampbell of his double. succumbedYoung Pranto of stomach was a boy Barney and Ed Bren-na- n trouble. the addition of another member to A baseball season that will of much promise, making friends of tho committee of tho House. "As all ho mot, by whom his death Is London, continue all of tho year. a result Representative "Bobby" Burijs A sure way for sincerely mourned. His funeral took in the house as a Socialist, is Every page can be redeemed for 0c in cash, groceries alone team to place Tuesday morning from St. now a member of the Committee on the Bertrand basketball Paul's church, Rev. Father Donahoe and meats, or 2 -- 2c in other merchandise. on Mines and beat Trinity Council. Labels good for picture show tickets, any kind of Labor, tho Committee Charles S. Raldy Another term officiating at the mass of requiem. ExMining, and the Committee on dealer for Blue Stamps and take no other. trading stamps, r many other useful articles carried Ask your Wilson penditures of the Department of La- torCol. P. H."that's all." Just one TAKE FIRST RANK. Callahan in our premium rooms. bor," Great enough opportunity in- terra as Congressman from this disYou are entitled to the best. deed to bring forward his Ideas and trict. Fire Chief Timothy Lehan. As WWMtWWWWMWWMWVMWMMWWWMWi to exert some appreciable Influence! Col. Horace afcCrocklln Another sistant Chief Gregory Sheehan and All of which leads to somo ques- wrestler to show, 'em up, as did Joo Fireman Harry Hauser, who have we see in Con- Steelier. tionings. Why do been taking a six weeks Are fight- WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED IN DUST PROOF BAQS gress this eagerness to provide a John Furey A nosition as scenic ing course and making the runs in means or activity and propaganda artist in tho New York Hippodrome.- New York City, havo made a perit 424 WEST MARKET STREET. 99 for this apqstlo of radicalism? Why Judge Sam Bpldrlck A police- fect record. Their action at Is this compromise made? Can It man's suit and little patrol wagon. blaze that did $10,000 damage the g358SBJKSSSaES3EE!SSSKSKKSiaKSK! to T." B. Owen-4- A not bo wondered Jf a Catholic repre hunter's licence the Lasky theatrical storehouse won sentative coming into tho Houso of good for the whole year. special praise from Deputy Chief Joo To'bln and John Representatives on a Christian social Uncle Dick Martin and the Are department offi HMVMUUHWVMMVHWMMMMWnMVtUUUMVMMUM platform would recelvo such special Another chance to enter- cers, who gave the Louisville flro favors? And at the present time, tain the Louisville Democrats at fighters credit for 100 per cent. $1.00 Luidies'JSults Cleaned nnd Pressed In striking contrast to this action In Frankfort. Appointment This is another indisputable evidence McDovltt Charlie 1.00 behalf of Meyer London, is tho manGentlemen's Suits Gleaned and Pressed of the excellence of the Louisville ner in which Catholic proposals for on the State Racing Commission, Gentlemen's Palm Beach Suits Cleaned and Pressed.. .COe flro department. Henry M. Johnson and John Justice in the matter of Mexico and 25c Gentlemen's Suits Sponged and Pressed The Service With the Largest List of Connections in the mails have been received. Or- Chandler A chance to run for ST. LAWRENCE INSTITUTE. on the Reform ticket. Suburbs. gans attacking the character and Louisville and John E. Browne A copy of the reputation of Catholic priests and All Service Unlimited. The Board of Directors of St. sisters In the most vllo manner havo latest Irish dancing music. where Rev. Vic Ecker At few largo dona Lawrence Institute, been allowed to proceed unmolested 426 South Fifth St. Both Phones 2635. gym- Brother Plus is doing a great work Council In The forces tions for Trinity their work, jj in caring for poor boys, met in anIn tHo Southern republic which havo nasium. to nual session last week and elected Will Link Ah destroyed churches and injured and mako every corner opportunity officers for the ensuing year as a bright spot. To All Points of Importance to the Louisville Trade. mistreated, tho representatives of Dan Russell The title of Colonel Catholicism havo been assisted in of the Colonels. Lowest Rates. President Thomas Walsh. :: their nefarious activities. Vice President J, William Klap-hekDr. Milton Board A history book :: And in addition to all this wo now entitled "Tho Mysterious Disappear . see a man championing doctrines ance or Porch Haly." Treasuror Frank Gehor. which mean tho destruction of staSecretary Lawrence Veonoman. Supervisor Charles government and the substitution A Street ticket to all of thoHill ble These were all season The local tyranny or chaps, granted special picture shows, i of Board of Directors has only ono politicians in conprivileges Tom 0'Mara-T- he correct dopo chango, Henry Bosso being elected JNCOnPOKATBD trol. CertajRrrCathoilcs have no on tho wrestlers who como to Louis- in the place of E P. S. Ganz. who "VttVVWttVlYVVVVVVVVVVVtVtVlVVVVVVlVVWtVVVtWVVVVVItV causo to be pleased with the present ville. had resigned. I state of affairs In Washington. A Councilman Mike McDermott C. B. of C, V, NEW ALBANY. raincoat to wear while passing unGJiub. South 00-Oily axoi H der the L. and N. Oak street vla ' Sunday morning Unity Council, 3 duct. BISHOP 3IATZ niPROVMf, Attorney J. a. Kavanagh Just Y. M. I., of Now Albany, mado a & Word received from .Lafayette,. another caw in i which he can se-- f splendid showing when tho members met at their club house and the Right Rev. cure a record bnaklng verdict. Ind., indicates IKCORPORATHD. auuiesce that marched to Holy Trinity church'. Nicolas C, Mats, BUhop of. Denver, waiter 'uB4-A- n holy hen his quartette where they received who ha been ill for. several months, will aUn4 in a body. They occupied till show constant hftnrovement. bMtins to HL Jeilico Coal. " i "Billy" A publisher that the center aisle sad were cordially nan The doctors at St. fcHmbrth's Ho. hnnl of his witty sty ..greeted by Father curran and. the pits! are surprised at the rapidity, wW lssae tT 'people of the congregation. and Yard Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue vi. l.lo Tmrar aiicj ivvii;i;i 'lasa and "stories. t- A MERRY XMASl AND A Santa Claus Can Get a Tip From the Following List; In rifling Stockings. able Events in the Catholic History of America. HE! rOURTMl tNca?pawco HAPPY NEW YEAR T VTy OPEN AND READY .le ?- '. Will Be Guaranteed to Those Who Receive a . t . YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION TO THB I -' ! ', KENTUCKY ItiSH AMERCAN ber-tirc- J f ', '. A CANDKE)D REQUEST RADICALISM I r - Holiday Handkerchiefs All-line- One-corn- RUDOLPH & BAUER, i CANDY MAKERS n gilt-edg- t . One-corn- er One-corn- er MATT IRION Jewelers . 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