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We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. AMERICAN ELEVATORS MADE IN LOUISVUJLE AMERICAN ELEVATOR MACHINE CO. ENGRAVERS VKLICH ENGRAVING COMPAM' ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS EliBCTROTYPERS LouIstIIIo, Ky MS W. Mala St., Homo Phone City 6874 BY & HIBERNIANS. What Thoy Have Been Doing , Jhe Past Week General News Notes. SUITS! AND INHJflTS OP COLUMDIiS. Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else- - 5gBK8KBK3gcT'KMftareiH8 OVERCOATS where. San Francisco's celebration continued until Sunday at Black Point I bacon a son We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATED 00. evening. Division 4 Distillers Of OLD FORTUNA "HOLLENBAOH" 028 W. Main St. SOUR MASH will meet next Monday PURE RYE Louisville, Ky. Division 1 will meet next evening. $15 xlio greatest values that $15 cun buy and tho clothes themselves- bear out tho claim in both looks nntl wear. Nowhere ln tho country is there a better line of $15 suits and overcoats, for no other house in tho country has taken such painD to produce better clothes at this price. Tho largo collectlon"of clothes shows styles for every taste conservative, and ad ks Covo. THOS. J. BRODERIOK 4392-- fr November 23 will bo observed as Patriots' day by the Hibernians of Portland, Ore. Members of Division 1 of Nlacarn 1000 Zane Street M Homo Craft Filet Net Falls have contributed ?200 to the Homo Craft Laco Curtains Irish relief fund. used for drapery purposes: the Quaker Craft Curtains, "SOUTHERN STAR" shown In Mrs. Mary Sanderson now heads effects and SEE POOLEY made with a double and twista the Ladies' Auxiliary of Sacramento width; an excellent SLICED BACON ed thread and lockstitch edge; CONFIDENTIAL as County President. FOR MONEY quality selling at the special they are 3 yards long and an MAH Ready for Your Griddle In the RELIABLE price, per yard Con J. Ford "always stirs them 23c excellent quality at, pair $1.50 Morning" up at a meeting and advances many 1?. R. POOLEY Council. SAUSAGE HAMS, LARD, Homo Craft Lnco Net ironic Craft Lnco Curtains good suggestions. Tho Ne" York City Knights Building l Room 1, vanced models, pinch-bacLOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. a drapery net In charming also tho Quaker Craft lace, The Louisville Ladies' Auxiliary, celebrated at Carnegie Hall, which (Incorporated.) and regular sack styles for designs used for making pretty a splendid curtain for wear; Street 415 Fourth a malum; spienaia progress ana was overcrowded. Former Governer men, young men and they are 3 and 3 2 yards curtains; it is 44 inches wldo now ranks high among the loaders. Martin Glynn and Rev. Joseph A. youths. In these you're asESTABLISHED 1803 long and specially priced, per and specially priced at, p6r Residence Phone, Pqwee Valley Thb members of Division 3 nra Mulry, S. J., were the principal sured of tho best fall suit yard pair Phone, City 3180. 35c $2.50 Justly proud speakers. of Matt O'Brien's of overcoat that $15 can election as County Vice President. Quaker Craft Laco Curtains buy. Home Craft Lace Net Louis A. Broring, D. D. S. The Rev. Father Ahmann was the JOS. DALY Frequent meetings at the homes celebrant of a special high mass a fine quality in Nottingham a drapery not that makes of members are much enjoyed by Sunday morning in St. Aloyslus and madras weaves; they are tho daintiest kind of window CONTRACTING PAINTER mo iaaies' Auxiliary of South Omachurch, Covington, when members 3 and 3 2 yards long and Curtains; It"tB 45 inches wido ha. of Bishop Carrell Council received specially priced, per pair $3.00 and shown In many pretty patHeme PIwh 2556 430 W, Market St 120 "West Green Street, Louisville, Ky. holy communion. This has been a banner year for terns; selling at, per yard 50c Sunfnst Drapery Division 35 of Brooklyn, which has Religious exercises, Initiation of ASSOCIATION PEOPLES PBOVIE-ENa beautiful material used for JOHN B O'LEARY Jk CO. seventy-flv- o Deen rorceu to meet every two candidates, banquet and Homo Craft Drapery Net Incorporated. overdraperles; it is 34 inches addresses by Bishop Morrl3 featured Third and Market. was organized by citizens weeks. a lace net in dainty, neat Headquarters for wide and comes In all colors; to make tho State-wid- e At the celebration at Little convention effects, especially suitable for worth COc; price, per yard 45c CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. Rock. of the San Francisco divisions John Three hundred delegates LOANS use In bungalows; .45 inches from all parts of tho State were See us about anything In real on furniture and other personal prop- T. McConvllle was elected Countv wide and an excellent quality, Beautiful Cretonnes present. erty at President. in lovely shades that will estate. We Bell, buy and rent. selling at, per yard 75c LOWEST BATES. At the last meeting of St. GaThe campaign for membership In SOCIETY harmonize with any color Coleman Bid?., W. JEFFERSON ST. 504 DIRECTORY. briel Council, Cincinnati, Col. RobLace Paneling Portland, Ore, will close on the scheme desired; in a S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. Borne Phono City 4464. ert J. O'Brien made a patriotic Both Phones, 2886. width; price, per yard . . .20c first Sunday in December, when a in a 7 or panel and speech and presented tho council banquet will be given. a 2 2 yard length; will fit VoIet Cretonnes Home Phone Shawnee 803 with a handsome silk American any size window and you can Mrs. John McWilliams, a material for County A. 0. H. TVM. ISGRIGG flag, the entire assembly standing, get any number of panels or President of the Ladies' Auxiliary, warm winter overdraperles; to HENRY GOSS with uncovered heads. In salute to is visiting the Brooklyn divisions sections desired; a very fine be had in pretty, soft colors; DIVISION 1. SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR the colors. piece of lace, at, yard ....50c priced at, per yard 45c BOOnNG, GUTTERING, SPOUTXNB anu giving sound advice. The Knights of Jasper made a The Ladies' Auxiliary of Port Meets Fourth Thursday, Llederkranz 4105 Henry Street Tin Boors Repaired and Painted Hall, Sixth and Walnut. large hit in tho oentennial parade ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY land, Ore., had an elaborate celeat Indianapolis, when thoy carried President Mark Ryan. Home Phone, Shawnee 1383-2011 West Broadway, Louisville, Ky. bration Thursday night In honor of a flag 28xC0 feet In honor of Dutneir tnirteenth anniversary. Vice President W. L. Cushlng. NINTH ANNUAL PAGEANT AND Recording Secretary Daniel Mc- bois county. When passing The "fprty-nve- " games of the 06G-Taft and Gov. Ralston, City 3101 Cuuib. South Horn. Hibernians at Syracuse help swell Carthy. both stood In automobile, took the attendance at meetings and are Secretary Financial Edward off their hats their cheered. and Clancy. arousing much friendly rivalry. The Knights of ChlcaKo sent out & Treasurer Thomas Keenan. At Its meeting last week Division letters last week to 3,500 members Sergeant-at-Arm- s 10 of Brooklyn initiated a largo James English. of INCORPORATED. the order, as a beginning In the class. This is one of the real live Sentinel Tim Lyons. Auspices Orphans' Pleasure and Waller Doll Clubs active campaign to complete the divisions of that part of the Empire worn Degun montns ago to provide State. DIVISION 3 Coal. In ntvx rt am lnt,n In a Asm ...111. . The New Albany Ladies' AuxArmory Building, Thursday Evening, Oct. 26, 1916 iliary elected Catherine Cody for , ... v. .,v wuuu. Office and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue another term as County President. Munueleln Dnncing-0.- 30 resident Lawrence J. Mackey. to 1 J. M. Pnienut-- S P. M. to 0:15 P. M. Reports show the organization mak Vice President John J. Riley. HAVE FIELD HERE. ing study progress. Local Artists in Cast. Dircctoa 1.000 Musical Financial Secretary John The efforts of the Denver Hiber- Broderlck, 1850 Portland avenue. J. Jacob .7 Schilling, Those Protestant missionaries Management Mrs. A. E. Minor. n nians to add 100 new members to Recording Secretary Military'Band ol Matthew who would teach the Latin Ameri- Musical Director- - Prof. K. Schmidt their number are meeting with O'Brien. can respect for life overlook the Mnaic by Lonis Lewis Eisenman. Twenly.lwo Pices. great success. October 29 has been Treasurer Daniel Dougherty. field for work that exists right Ilanry U. Goodwin. Admission $1.00. Including tody set for the initiation. Sorgeant-at-Arm- s M, Kalaher. here, where they live. Will these Omaha Hibernians held a snecial Sentinel Thomas Noon. missionaries find In Latin America AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Proceeds to purchase toys for all ike orphan meeting Saturday night, when Prof. any Instances of men strung up to Michael Rohan. Chairman of thn a tree, hanged, burned and shot to DIVISION 4. of Louisville. Irish History Committee, was pres- Meets Second and FourthMondays, death by respectable citizens withent to make an address and meet out the process of law? It may be Tickets can be purchased at door night ot ball. Bortrand Hall, Sixth Street. the members. noted In passing that executions ot President John H. Hennessy. The Ladles' Auxiliary of St. Pnni this sort are most common In the Vice President Thomas Lynch. ' "gave an' elaborate banquet" In honor that have tho BOTH PHONES 810. Financial Secretary Thomas J. States among us Another fact fewof Mrs. Ellen Conroy, County Presiest Catholics. that L.angan. dent She was presented a beautithey Recording Secretary James J. the might bear In mind Is that fully ornamented and nicely carved McTlgho. SOUTHWEST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. Illiterate section of our country cameo as a token of esteem. Is also that section In which Cath Treasurer Pat Connolly. Division olicity least abounds. Therefore the 35 of Brooklyn will "' Sentinel M. J. McDormott. The Best Straight Whisky On Earth tender Its Financial Secretary, John Catholic religion has Sergeant-at-Arm- s Edward Byrne could not, have been not, Indeed J. Sweeney, responsible a banquet Tuesday night. He has been a member for for this condition. y. M.i. seventeen years and served fifteen years as- Financial Secretary, and INCORPORATED AFRAID OF TRUTH. MACKIN COUNCIL, 205. In, all that time has missed but one i;Sole Otvaersjlegistered Dial. No. 22 Meets Monday meeting. Evenings at Club Tho English Government In boyHouse, 344 North Twenty-sixtcotting the International News Serv- Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 Wesf Main Street SAVING MEXICAN YOUTn. ice has shown that it does not want President S. O. Hubbuch. 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, First Vice President M. P. the real truth of the war circulated Recently a little school for Mex- Schaad. and the Hearst papers, which are ican children, simple in structure Second Vice President R. r.. the controlling factors in the Ncws and design, was completed through Scheckler. Association, are out In a bitter at the generosity of a kind friend of Financial Secretary, F. O. Adams. tack on the British press censors, the Catholic Church Extension SoRecording Secretary w. n. showing that their dispatches have rHOKTJBJS. ciety at Big Springs, Texas. It is Buckle. been doctored and distorted from to say how crateful Pathmneedless time to time and no news that is Treasurer O. J. Thornton. Climb. Main 20DS-- n Homo City 2098 Cuny, the priest in charge, was for not favorable to England is allowed Marshal Theo. Buckle. the generous help given him by Inside Sentinel James Radlgan. to go to America or other neutral the Extension Society, for ho countries. The Now York American Outside Sentinel H. Pfelcer. , knows that with the sound religious publishes original dispatches from HMUUMHUtUUUMUUUlVUWtVVVVHMMMMVMHHiUVMMHW training these Mexican children will showing how together as a memorial of a gen- Its correspondents by tho British receive In a Catholic school thnrn they were doctored HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071-- y will be little chance for many of erous benefactor. censors, matter being deleted that A them being taken over by those showed heavy losses to the British, SACRED HEART ACADEMY. who would destroy their faith. Anthe true story coming later when other school that this Oblato Father thfi nnrrpRnnnrlAnt Rfint. fho onrrprt is building for the exiled Mexican The patrons and friends of Sa- - news by wireless. This is tynical of ' Jt nA UftiiKi NONE BETTER J.U ruuuiug uur imuiu, children Is at Midland. TVnn. vi vu iiuai i uuuuLuy are nerooy J NONE PURER .Ltl augiauu. These children are being sought for vlted to attend the harp recital ill blacklisting Aiicr our merchants, etc to oy ine Protestants, and unless the be given In the Academy they now try to prevent reputable Catholics do something to hin hall, on October 22 at 3:30assombly correspondents from sending the o'clock. Father Cuny with the building of Mrs. Wade, the harpist, whose skill true story of 'the present conflict. the school, many will be lost OMCaJjci us. is well known, will be a A gift of $500 has alrenrtv tohoon on the harp Miss Paul, a soprano NOTED JESUIT DEAD. assisted given to tho school at Midland by soloist. by CALL NO. 467 EITHER PHONE, two generpus friends of the society, Rev. Aloyslus Bosche, seventy-onbut Father Cuny finds that he will former pastor of Gesu church COLESBURGJ. need about $100 and one of the foremost Jesuit eduHomo Phone Shawnee 484 2 that everything will more, in order be In Edmund Brian, son of Georgo cators of the Middle West, is dead condition. Tho Catholic Church IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE at Milwaukee after a lingering illBrian, and Miss Lillian Booth, ness. Extension Society, 760 McCormlck 1880 daughter of Quince Booth, were Bosche From prefectto of1887 Father building, qhicago, would bo pleased was studies in to recelvo whatever you can send united in marriage on Tuesday In the Jesuit College of Detroit, CinINCORPORATED. for either or both of the above St. Clare's church at Coleabure. cinnati, Chicago and Milwaukee. nameu scnoois. Both are widely known and many SATISFIES THAT LONGING. irienas were present to witness the WOMEN ANNOUNCE BAZAR. ceremony, which was performed by WINS TENNESSEE QIRL. Rev. Father John Gastaldl. Tho women of Holy Trinity William P. Simpson, of Russell-villchurch, New Albany, announce that Chapel Free has won a lovely Tennessee INCORPORATED they will conduct a bazar at Holy FD7TY YEARS. 3101 WEST BROADWAY te Patrons. girl for his bride. Next Wednesday Trinity Hall on Tuesday and Wed- PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. KY, he will lead to the altar in thn Mr. and Mrs. Frank Allgeler will nesday of Thanksgiving week. Church ot the Immaculate Concep- - celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of uuu ansa name eai Keamond. "As Near to You as tbe Neatest Phone' FOB WOMAN'S EYE. A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case ef daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John their marriage tomorrow morning at 7:30 at St. Francis of Assist Redmond, of Clarksvllle. Their acLonger skirts are now the Our Special $3.00 Spray marriage will be one of the month's church on the Bardstown roda. The cepted stylo. Rev. Father Rothheut, the pastor, Oar Special $5.00 Wreath most Interesting society events. Funeral Directors will celebrate a jubilee high mass. In underwear the empire The largest values in FuneIs noticeable. SOCIAL CLUB DANCE. ral Flowers ever offered in Embalmers. HELPS IN ST. LOUIS. Evening frocks for winter wear Louisville. Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common are made with much fur. Tho East End Social Club will For prompt delivery call 223 Tho Rev. Father Cleary, of the give the next of their series SIO XTOBBR of street shoes aro es both phones. Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, dances at Advent Hall, Baxter and Dominican missionary band at St. tablished and are very attractive. T4saasa 1822. and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. Breckinridge, next Tuesday even- Louis Bertrand's, has beon assistOstrich toques aro one ot the ing. The committee aro P. M. ing for the past week at the mis- smart sorts of hats for tho season. PHONESHome Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT Bhaughnessy, H, W. Rampton, W. sion the Dominican fathers have Some of tho new frocks show el Craig, J. J. Brenzel and L. O. Ben- been conudcting for Archbishop iBTtUUVtttS m nett. This club has established a Glennon at the Cathedral in St. bow sleeves. They are quite novel. Cumb. Phony West 191 Home Phone 1913 A noticeable lingerie detail is the reputation for enjoyable affairs and Louis. Ticmsi number of flno pin tucks which apa pleasant evening Is assured those pear. tsPtaa who attend. HOME FOR TID3 POOR. "Flowers telegraphed everywhere. Deep mushroom hats, resembling smau uowis, are among me newest NUMBERS 12,000 VOLU3IES. t. v TLfniion o Ttar,,, mi Ire roui boya as Autt.Uaa. tbat wUI aire, has donated both isna,?,e,8, jtrvpax t&aio, far 111. The rich library of the late Arch- and the buildings for a the ground la a fabric used in the sllk WCORTORATED new home bishop Spalding, bequeathed by him for the Little Sisters of the Poor. Iuew' lingerie for petticoats and com- 5T. XAVIER'S COLLEGE to the Catholic University at Wash. iblnatlons. ington, has reached its destination. HOOFED WITH 8IIELLS. Large hats, with lia IT. Br4war, Xmhrrlllaf Xy. QQFEV2gwEBHH I It Is contained in sixty-eiglarge crowns and semlsoft brims, are Conducted by the Xtverlaa Brothers. boxes and numbers about 12,000 SelaatUto BasUtaM The towers of the Panama Cuthe- - moat attractive. sad CUMloaJ. volumes. As soon as suitable space Largs 0wraa, Preparatory Daaartmeat,Qjwata- - AH Mm late tad aw Styles wlaajaJatr Feel. WU Btils4 aaiSitsfte. can be provided it will h niaMri nn iiT1 sheik,) Marabou la worn this autumn. IM at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for parity, strength, na. Teraaa Maaaoata, jire. nut. HHHIMn K CMKN KMS. the shelves of the library and kept' they QRUBER DB4JSER, Maaarer. Louisville. Ky. be seen far out at tm.. tnr while the weather Is still warm. I Home Phone City PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE November: The time la approaching for the election of division ofllcers. A big Initiation is bolng planned by Division 4 for the latter nart of Admiral Benson was among tho speakers at the IPhiladelnhia Dis covery day celebration. has a choral club of forty members. Next Tuesday its initial cert will be given in the K. of C. auditorium. Tho bill to make October 12 a legal holiday in tho District of Columbia, will bo brought up nt the next House session. The Senate .nas passed the bill. Tho climax at the Syracuse cele- urunon was xne presentation of a certified check for $30,000 for tho fine Lynch property on James street, which will bo the home of Union I Tho council at Columbus. Ohio. Curtains all-ov- er 36-ln- Draperies That Make Home Beautiful Courier-Journa- 1-- 21-- J. DENTIST LEVKS I 1-- well-know- n forty-seven- th 32-In- 1-- rich-looki- L. Y DOUGHERTY LANNING COAL CO. CHARITY BALL Best Quality Pittsburg and Jellico ""'"" st,raftEasr sas t "Brsaas ,!. GRAN W. SMITH'S SON Director BoggeM i Funeral and Embalmer OLDBARBEE JNO. T. BARBEE & DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTTi; - CO. h. I Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH IDINNER I INCOMPLETE! i - WITHOUT J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. ! JlLm !-- BEER A ... -- 1 a X 1 I 822 East axeet. Prompt "Delivery Service?" Sure, i e, mi first-cla- ss RATTERMAN SCANNELL f OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER Independent Funeral Directors and Embalmers e, JOHN F. OERTEL CO. H.B0SSES0N and FALL CITY BEER AVBKU9 Low-heel- ed Hi ?- &fa8 tin? WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer. bell-shap- ht Ms, iuh1! ca JCETTTTOXIY tmMmMNMfMlMNM wyy,,yyyiywv'pywywyw'rw''ywywwWT'"T IJrX APPRECIATIVE. jaUMKWIOiAJV. pe&&88e888$8388e888r Stewart Dry Goods Co In ConneciionMhjJamtis Mc Creery & WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. ii Co. New York. New Fall if Is AT STEWART'S PRICED Shirts $2.00 Out-of-Tow- 9 Louisville, Ky., October 18, JL916. To the Kentucky Irish American Gentlemen: As one of the winners of the Kentucky Irish contest, I American popularity take great pleasure in commending you on the progresslve-nes- s of your paper. Besides the baseball games, which were a treat In themselves, the trip also gave us the advantage of taking in some very Interesting sights and Dlaces. 'It also gives mo great delight be-' cause of the fact that everything was so arranged and not one thing our comfort was left undone. , for i niso wisn 10 inanit my irienas who gave mo their support and assistance. Again thanking you and may you have continual success, I remain, Very .truly yours, Raymond J. Haragan. RETURNS THANKS. Herman rOUHTH AVCHUe Straus MCOWOKAKO sons J r MARKeT STREET We Give and Redeem dold Trading Stamps. J A Sale of Sample Handkerchiefs I till k4m iffIk It w $g These new Fall Shirts-- we are pricing at two dollar- sare of fihe quality Madras, fj Russian Cord Crepe Cloth, in laundered or French turn back style cuffs. They are to I be had in the new novelty striped and figured effects, f n jubilee of St. As the golden Michael's church, Brook street, came to a successful close, I desire lo thank tho clergy and societies for their kind assistance. I thank also tho following clergy and laymen in the order In which they spoko: Right Rev. Denis O'Donaghue, Very Row Louis Deppen, Very Rev. J. P. Cronln, V. O., Rev. George Schuh-man- n, D. D., Rev. John T. Hill, Rev. Patrick Monaghan, Rev. John J. Fitzgerald, Chairman Loo Sand-tnanBuschemeyer, Mayor John Judge Matt O'Doherty, Hon. Edward J. McDermott, Thomas Walsh Also tho and Patrick Savage. Knights of St. John and Uniform Rank of tho C. K. of A., Ancient Order of Hibernians, Knights of Columbus, Catholic Knights of Ahierlca, and those who lent the use of their automobiles for tho occaM. O'Connor, Pastor. sion. n, LADIES' FALL FESTIVAL. Special Attention Is Given to Orders 1010 November Election TRY A LOAD OF Wallins Creek Lump Coal FOR HOME USES. Low in Ash. High in Heat. The ladles of St. Augustine's church in Jeffersonvlllo have ar ranged for a real fall festival for the benefit of tho new school, to bo held next Thursday, Friday and 1016 Saturday In the new St. Augustine's auditorium. Each evening there will bo an elaborate supper and refreshments, and In addition to the various stands a country store will bo made a big feature. $ We have secured from two large importers their entire line of Linen and Fine Cotton Handkerchiefs and at the following prices they should sell quickly, as this chance will not come again for some time, as the manufacturers of linen are almost at a standstill. You can save money buying your Christmas handkerchiefs in this sale. 500 Dozen Regular 10c Fine 750 Dozen Very Fine Imported Lawn Handkerchiefs; with Lawn Handkerchiefs; with emdainty white and colored broidered corner; in white and edge; each... 5c colors; each handkerchief on a 300 Dozen Pure Linen Handsample regular card; 25c kerchiefs; with novelty colored value 15c printing; pink, blue and lavregular 15c ender; 900 Dozen All Pure Linen values; each 10c Handkerchiefs; many with sheer v . Aj i ' t mjmsiitcning; wane or colored; GOO Dozen Very Sheer Lawn novelty embroidered ; regular Handkerchiefs; with white or 25c to 39c values; all imported; colored embroidery; flower in each 19c corner; regular 19c and 25c values; each 121fcc 240 Dozen Very Fine n 350 Dozen Jap Silk and Crepe Sample Handkerchiefs; with emde Chine Handkerchiefs and broidered corner; regular 50c to Dainty Colored Novelties; all 75c values; all imported; regular 25c values; each 15c each 25c All-Line- 9 K SCHOOL SHOES We have the largest selection of Shoes in the city. If you want Good, Solid Shoes for your boy or girl you will find our prices most reasonable. Chil-dren- 's BEAUTIFUL MARRIAGE. One of the season's most beautiful society events at Frankfort was tho early morning marriage of Miss Christine Penn and L. C. Gaebke, of Maysvllle, which was solemnized with nuptial high mass at tho Church of the Good Shepherd, Rev, Father J, O'Dwyer performing tho ceremony. Miss Maiy Loulso Griffin was the bride's attendant, and William O'Neal, of Maysvllle, acted S6ANL0N GOAL GOMPflNY INCORPORATED. VOLZ& MICHAEL MULLOY'S COFFEE Is the best coffee value offered. If you want a delicious, inexpensive coffee, TRY OU- R- 319 PAUL JONES BUILDING. Home City 405 &$W&$Q&t&&&SX Cnmb. Main 415 'vote; for BEN W. KLING FOR SHOE FITTERS TO THE FAMILY ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account Sixty-one-year-old with this safe, conservative, Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 per cent. No cost to you whatever. The same courteous attention given the depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. Board of Education. Economy consistent with ciency and thoroughness. effi- live. After spending their honoymoon in tho East tho happy couple will return to Maysvllle to as best man. FORTY HOURS. open 330 WEST MARKET STREET. If you want cvpert service Just call us up. Wo havo never been out of dyes for ono moment since tho war begun nnd nro thoroughly equipped to Iinndle all work of ccry description. You con rest assured If you need dyeing wo can satisfy you. Auto Delivery. Parcel Tost Semico. German Insurance BanK Second and Market Under the Big Clock State Government Supervision. HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN DAN J. HENNESSY Fall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. Hennessy UPSTAIRS Axman 425 W. POPULAR PRICE TAILORS STORE. The Forty Hours' devotions will In St. Charles Borromeo h church, and ChestIf you rcnlly want tho schools nut, on Sunday morning at the high taken out of politics mass, and will come to a solemn If 3011 believe in tho people, choos close on Tuesday. Rev. Charles P. ing their own candidates for tho Raffo, the pastor, urges all his peoIJoai d of Education ple to avail themselves of this speIf you belicvo tho board members cial time of grace. should be answerable to tho whole TLAY TWO DAYS. people If you believe In nn open and nboe board policy by tho board Our Lady of Mercy Sewing Circle announces a euchre and. lotto enmembers tertainment for Friday, November VOTE FOR BEN KLING. 3, afternoon and evening, in the school auditorium of the Sisters of Mercy, 1176 East Broadway. A popular fifteen-cen- t luncheon will bo served from 5 to 8 o'clock. All INCORPORATED members of the circle and friends of tho Sisters are invited to assist Clean Grocery Stores. in making the affair a success. Twenty-sevent- NE W BLEND 65C 2 1.3 Lbs. Special rebate ticket good for trade with 2 2 lbs of New Blend. 10c in IYEUXTC-- r INCORPORATED. i JOHN M. MULLOY, 213 Vest Market. PULS CLEANING 426 S. Fifth St. ioth phohes-26- 35. DYEING CO. Louisville, Ky. GERMAN BANK 'QUAKER MAID' "The Best For Less." The Last Dollar Ttut you spent for something yon did not NEED would have itarted a dkmmmffa q wwBTIIfl J Jefferson Slreel Tho two weeks' mission at St. George's church will come to a solemn close with services beginning FOR SWEET CHARITY. at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow evening, Louisville Lodge of Elks aie busy when the Papal blessing will be preparing for their big charity en given. This mission has been the FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. most successful ever given at St. Fifth Fifth and Court Place. tertainment to be given at FREE SERVICE. Open Dally Until 3 p. m. Saturday Until 7 p. m. Theater, December 14, 15 George's church, and the Passlonlst missionaries, Father Matthew Mil and 16, in which over 100 people ler and Father Ambrose Stemler, TRINITY COUNCIL. will take part, the entire proceeds and the pastor, Father George to be given to Christinas charities. Weiss, are well pleased with the reTho membership campaign of 1101-0- 3 EAST BROADWAY. The committee in charge are Her- sults which havo brought many into Trinity Council was launched last man V. Colin, Chairman; Ben H. tho church. Monday evening with much en Sachs, D. A. Sachs, Jr., Arch H. Hyman Lewis, thusiasm, a number of applications Gaar, Kendrick COFFEE SOCIAL. Give us a trial for first-claservice. We are as being turned in. President B. J. Shymanski, Laban Meyers, Will close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and successfully treated without pain. Our mothofls are 'Sandmann predicts that a large Phelps, Leo Elkins, J. S. Miller, The Altar Society of Holv Cross T original, scientific and sanitary. References, the leadinight. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable H. II. Newmark, Harry Schoppen- - church will entertain with, a coffee number will bo added during the ng: physicians and surgeons. XaaaH BBaaUtiBW horst, chauffeurs our specialty. Give us a call. Herbert Eckert, Thomas social next Tuesday afternoon and campaign. The Shamrock team, Established 1083. Both phones. Suite 30S Storks Bid?. Remember Rellly, Thomas D. Clines, George evening In Holy Cross Hall, Thirty- - captained by H. J. Hennessy, re- THX8D TXiOOB. Clegg, Kretschener, Al Frank Rocnnd nmi Ttm.iriw.iv. ftnmpa nmi ponea tne largest number or appn- Isert, George W. Cuscaden, Jr., other amusements will bo Indulged ,9ants ,fr the evening. The Literary DR. FRANK DAVIS AND WIFE next William C. Brown, Herbert in iinfi tho lnrUoa win .iwnri mnnv i Committeo has designated Miss Bell, assistant and Exalted Ruler Nathan hnmlsnmn nrlPn rtiirlncr thn rlnv nnri Monday's meeting as "humorous SEVENTH. NEAR BROADWAY. night," the members having been both Phones Kahn. night. 2309. aro expected to notified that all relate a funny Offlce NIGHT SCHOOL OPENS. Besidence BENEFITS MANY INSTITUTIONS. J. C. Kirchdorfor,story or anecdote. 3828 Garland Ave. 2308 Oarland Ave. Chairman of the Home Phone, Shaw. 478-Cumb. Phone, South Catholic parents and others inTho ninth annual charity ball to ,!8 terested in Catholic educational beglven bytho Orphans' Pleasure , Chimney Company Where work is quickly work are requested to Interest and Waller Doll Clubs will be held i;:;""r '1 Where the home Is brightest; done; themselves in the educational work at the Armory Thursday ovenlng.lttowHns league continues ut Overhauling Bind repairing steam or Let air furnaces a specialty. which tho Knights of Columbus As usual the proceeds of the ball tb?J for first e" Jnd Where the work U Where cooking seeau Prompt service to all ports of the city. have undertaken. For some years will bo used to purchase toys and Tigers being lightest; real fan; night classes in various subjects candies for all the orphans of LouisWhere the meal la Where baking gives de FALL FESTIVAL. have beon conducted, but tho scope ville and Jefferson county at ChristSSsissH siv cooked best; light; of .tho work will be considerably mas time, regardless of nationality, range standi Where drudge la out of Tho members of St. James parish Where the A large at- creed or color. broadened hereafter. the test sight are preparing for their annual fall tendance of boys and young men That's festival, which Is to be given In tho where the from all parts of tho city greeted That's where the LECTURE POSTPONED. "Quick Meal" comes school hall, Baxter and Edencide, tho opening of the school this week. "Quick Meal" come. In. on November 13 and 14. The proTeachers of ability in the various in. Tho lecture on "Patriotism" to subjects have beon secured, and be delivered to the Junior Order ceeds derived from this entertainQaiek Meal Gas Ranges Sold, Installed and Highly Recommended every night the home and hall of of United American Mechanics In ment will bo applied as part paythe council will be open to the Banner Hall by Col. Pat Callahan ment on the magnlflcont organ re 215 cently installed. A chicken supper classes. Tho following subjects will bo taught: Christian doctrine, Eng Roosevelt speaking, tho latter hav- - will be given by tho ladles on both W. MARKET ST Farrand lish literature, grammar, arithmetic, Ing many ardent supporters among venlngs and a $C00 algebra, physical cillture, book- - tho Juniors. The new date for the uecuian piano wm do aisposeu or 11 111 i Keeping, public speaking, commer lecture Is Wednesday evening. No-- . on tho second evening. M. J. BANN8N, LAWRENCE P. MNNOM, JR., cial law and I. VfEHEMAN, business practice, veraber 1. DENIED. DISCOURTESY stenography and typewriting. m frK. & True Ptk. Utr. SeoraUrr. VISITS HIS FATHER. Walsh, manager of Thomas KNIGHTS HAVE RETREAT. llr Wllllatn TlrnOTTl TlnllArfv .Tr the Western headquarters of the Beginning Sunday and continuing of n vnrir mv i TiAm tn visit Democratic National Committee, In for a week a retreat for Catholic his father, Dr. William B. Doherty, Chicago, declared false a report men of New Albany and vicinity until the first of November. The that President Wilson called Sewer and Culvert Pipe, will be held at Holy Trinity church. physician now heads one of dlnal Gibbons "Mr." Gibbons when saaaea'S Fateat Lidded rise far Steaam Cenanit. The retreat will be under auspice the biggest institutions in Gotham the prelate visited the White House of New Albany Council, Knights of and is recognized as one of the last spring. To back up his denial, Wall CepiBrf, Drain Tile, Y4rlet Brick, Religious services of the foremost men In his profession. ,Mr. Walsh made publlq an Interview X rirePreeaag, Use Lining, Fire BrickColumbus. Corn, UbdIobh and CalloH.ea Removed Witheat Pain retreat will bo conducted by the with Father RubsoII, of WashingGrate and Eeiler Tile, Greaad Fire Clay, Chlsanejr fays. IagrowB and Abnormal Treated. ton, who heard the conversation Very Rev. M, A. Drennan, C. M ST JOSEPH MINSTRELS. Tho St. Joseph Young Men's Club betweon the President and tho pre- President and Superior of Niagara OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON University at Niagara, N. Y tm- - wlll give a rainstrels in St. Joseph's late. Father Russell, who was for-by local clergy. During his Hall, Washington street, on Sunday mer secretary to Cardinal Gibbons, HOMB PHONES CITY Mated CUMB. MAIN 507. tay In New Albany the Very Rer. and Monday, October 29 and 30. said President Wilson did not use 1ivp1 amstmir Btara will taKe "Mr." in reierrinK io us uaruiuai. X WORKS Magnolia Ave., Bet. 9tb 13tk Md Breck. and lOtb. X Father Drennan will be the gaMt Manv INSTRUMENTS STERILIZED himeeif deaied of the Rev. Charles Curran at Holy nart and tharfara betas: coached by. Cardinal Gibbons 1 r HI 1 1 I' M 1 t"H"M HfH 06.7 Skarks BaWding Trinity rectory. that he wm dHtoourteou.iy treated John Nuxol. I Btk PIimm 1139 Oders for $1 or more delivered to any part of the city. SOLEMN CLOSE SUNDAY. SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this baak; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED twice a year; There MAY COMK a time when your "LAST DOLLAR" must be spent for somethUg yoa DO NEED. The SAVING now of the dollars you are wasting might keep that "bard time" from ever coastag. AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES Ky. Title Savings Bank Mac-auie- and Market Sts. 1 and Trust Co. FALLS CITYVULCANIZING CO. Corns and All Foot Troubles AUTOS AND TAXIS FOR HIRE ss T ". Mc-Clea- ry Chawk & Smith Auto Co. 1, S7-- A Shawnee Cleaning ?K" "m.''i. "".""" $ it Where the QuicH Meal Comes In E3 BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY I GEHER & SON, it h mm IT JS ALWAYS PURE. II McKenna, Distiller. Fairfield, Kx . I P. Car-you- ng t BANNON PIPE CO. t I Di Uriah L Litsey, Chiropodist 573-178- 6. ad K-tll- l l'H-H-r'H'- Hf 1 1 a m IMI