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Kentucky Irish American: November 25, 1916 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 kec1916112501_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: November 25, 1916 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. J?OR FURNITURE G.O 'JfO Wm.T. Mayer 413 W. Marked. Kentucky Irish American NO. 22. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1916. Tj X ,, EI Nomo Wilkoe Union Mads Cigars. VOLUME XXXVII. PRICE FIVE CENTS. POLITICAL 3 :r : as. "Waters Are Again to Bo Muddled With Agitation For Pro- hibltion. lDcmocrnts Sec Plan of 3, ' s Haly-Beckha- Machine to tain Control. Ob- Local Democratic Ticket, Carefully Selected, Should Win Easily. IHEPUBLICANLEADERSINCAPABLE As was expected, the old bogey prohibition "has again come to the front to muddle the political waters in Kentucky, and as In the past will create more havoc in the Democratic party than in the Republican. The stinging and decisive of McChesney by Stanley in the 1915 primary encouraged Democrats In the belief that the result would mean, the elimination of the prohibition question dn the Democratic party for some time to come. There was no question in the minds of the voters as to what the candidates Messrs. Stanley and represented. de-Te- at -- PQliJaiowerjiy ilkt&M- - IiandwrltingsEbnrithe those who favored either county unit or some liberal policy, w.hile McChesney had been selected by the alliance to make the race on a strictly dry platform, McChesney as Beckham choosing .the candidate and Haly choosing the issue, tho latter believing that the time was ripe to unite all of n leaguers and fanatics .the and secure control of the Democratic party. McOhesney's nomination would have 'been the starting point of a reign of fanaticism In iho Democratic party, the Beckham-Hal- y plan being to ostracize, any Democrat that would not subscribe to their beliefs and then dictate the nominations in every city, town or hamlet in the State. That plan, If successful, would have put a premium on hypocrisy in the Democratic party and shoved to the front d prohibition a lot of advocates, whose only claim to Democracy was that no one had caught them in the act of taking a drink. Realizing that Beckham has lost caste with the present national administration and is growing weaker Haly-Beckham anti-saloo- McDermott ireceived the votes of narrow-minde- wall ;;ecs tho and Is once again attempting ro secure control of Kentucky Democracy, with prohibition as the leverage to secure that control. The sathering here last week of prominent men from different sections of the State for the formation of an organization to bring the prohibition question to the fore bears all of Percy's fine Italian the hand, several of the gentlemen g Beckham-Hul- y oamed being adherents. In that connection it Is not known whether they all supporters flrst are Beckham-Hal- y and Democrats next, but this much is known, the two Louisville representatives mentioned, Col. P. H. Callahan and Henry M. Johnson, were .suporters of Wood Axton, the Bull Moose nominee for Mayor, against Mayor Buschemeyer, tho Democratic nominee dn 1913, and they do say that Percy Haly flitted dn and out during that campaign, giving all possible aid to Axton's candidacy. It would seems from this that Kentucky Democracy can hardly follow the dictates of tho above organization dn conducting the affairs of the party. Practical politicians see that the plan Is to kill two birds with one stone, defeat OUie James for Beck.Senator in 1918 and ham in 1920. Local political attention Is being c turned to the entries for the primary nominations next rear, as all realize that a good ticket will win easily, when It Is taken Into consideration that the local Republican organization in the recent election was beaten decisively, despite the handicap of tho 'heaviest Republican campaign fund and negro vote In history. Some of the disgruntled Republican workers say that the fund was not used for election expenses, but that thousands of dollars were used to bet on Highes all over the district, the local G. O. P leaders taking their becue from Wall street, which lieved that by betting a whole lot of money your candidate was sure Another and detriof success. mental feature to 'local Republican 'fuc.oesB is the crude tactics of the In present Republican dictators. every campaign for the past several machine years the Chjlton-Searc- y sends out the day before election a glaring circular to Democratic election officers and workers, warning them if they don't be good they will be prosecuted, citing Che awful iate of tho Republican election thieves in Terre Haute. The same old bogey circular was sent again this past election, being a sort of method, while imported ncirmM were being voted, but the point Is that the present Republican machine follows the old stereotyped methods and sadly needs tho brains of an Albert Scott, George Long, George Todd or Ed Green, who aro smart politicians. Sheriff Chailey Cronan is still getting the call for the Democratic nomination for Mayor, with Head being among those mentioned, lumor having dt that cleaaed. up, aa they our a woulda't ay, in teel stock tatad having ajptile plunge in the jarlawry. Al Emler seems to have ear-mar- life-lon- ed Haly-Beckha- m re-ele-ct Demo-crati- stop-thi- ef ox-Ma- or the support of many of tho leaders live proposals. In his newly Issued " for Sheriff, with Herman Cqhn, Joe book on "Distributive Justice" ' he ,'"T !! -"tea "Hum '' Overberg and Will McNally as menadds another contribution to positioned entries. Those who study tive, constructive rerorm. He acthe game say that Will McNally knowledges that the matter Is compill not even enter for two reasons, plex and tedious, but he stoutly despite the Post's dally .mention, breasts the stream of difficulties and first because a lawyer would hardly clearly lays down certain Ideas of Happily End Their Anniversary drop 'his practice for the position change which will decidedly make of Sheriff, and secondly and prinCelebration Last Sunday at for better and more equitable condicipally he could not consistently run He does not rest content tions. Washington. for Sheriff with Charley Cronan a with merely showing In a clear-cu- t candidate for Mayor, both being and convincing fashion the errors of known and Identified with the same the Socialists and Henry George Democratic clubs and district since men in their attacks on the justice Big Civic Meeting at the PolL into the political their entrance of private property, but he likewise arena. The candidacy of both would states that the right of private Theatre Honor Great bo antagonistic to the opinions of property has been greatly exaggerOrder. Democracy, which believes that to proceeds to outline cerated and the victor belongs the spoils as long tain proposals for relief in regard as all the spoils are not placed in to our unsatisfactory land situation one basket. Either Mr. Cronan or that will do much good. He does Mr. McNally would have to rotlre not merely refute radical sugges- Master General Sends Blessing and It is believed that Mr. McNally tions concerning industrial affairs, to Fathers of St. Joseph's will step aside for Mr. Cronan, who but shows how through a legal S Province. In the opinion of many has tho prior minimum wage, the activity of trade right. unions and an Increase In Jailer Charles Foster on his wo could do much," together splendid record will be unopposed with other State action, to equalize next year, while" W. H. Meffert or the present untenable situation in A NOTABLE LIST OF SPEAKERS his assistant, Owen Cochran, win Industry. He emphasizes strongly bo the candidate for Auditor. tho necessity of distributing superAdolph Schmitt will bea candidate fluous wealth upon (the part of those for City Tax Receiver, with Charles who have more than enough to With tho theater packed, tho DommmtmmmmmmM,u,u, opponent. Mllliken as a possible satisfy their necessary wants. We ""'"'f- -' '" Andrew M. Sea, present Tax Renote. In other words, throughout minican fathers at the big civic ceiver, will be a candidate for City FOR THEi BATTLE IN STARTING FRANCE his entire work a positive, con- celebration at tho Poll Theater on Treasurer. Judge Boldrick, Thomas scene in tho British trenche on tho morning of the battle. Photo shows a Tho soldiers aro structive tone that Is refreshingly Sunday afternoon brought to a Walsh, Hunter Buike and Neal shown leaving their trenches for the advance. welcome. close tho 700th anniversary celeFunk are being mentioned for Po It is to be hoped that there will bration of the foundation of tho lice Judge. Judge Greene, Loral no be in this country more efforts In fellow officers dxpress Mix and Tyler Barnett are talked themselves this direction, not alone In treatises order, which had been going on hi Washington for a week. Dr. as much pleased The new memof for County Judge. Allen Smith, of this kind but in actual activity Ignatius Smith, O. P., who had with the backing of John and Ed bers will be Initiated Sunday, Dean the part of Catholics toward reBarry, will 'be a good bet for cember 11. There will be no meetform. They should enter into the been directing tho celebration durIs County Assessor. ing of Trinity next Monday evening Joe Ludwlg life of the community basing their ing the week, isald that he had been tlmo on account of the turkey lotto. the flrst Jn tho field for County actions always on true Christian Informed that It was the firstTheathat Commissioner and is making a principles. These principles, they In fifteen years such tho Poll a crowd oa good campaign. Rumors of a dark 'Conscription Is Vigorously As; SOME THANKSGIVING THANKS. Should Now Itcalizo the Ncces- - must realize, are decidedly positive ter had held for a church horse against Pres Ray will not in their essence, and so must their Sunday afternoon sailed by the Leaders and sity For n Constructive down, and with the rumor goes the action be. Catholic attacks on So- celebration. Some special and particular reaRepresentative John J. story of a pot of several thousand Public Bodies. Viewpoint. propacialistic and other radical sons for thanks have been expressed of New York, presided at dollars raised to aid the above, dark ganda should not be mere apologies to a representative of the Kenhorse. Talk of an opponent for for capitalistic and agrarian ex- the meeting, tho speakers at which tucky Irish American as follows: Judge Shack Miller for tho Court ploitation and oppression. There were Very Rev. Raymond Meagher, County Attorney. Scott Bullitt of Appeals is already being aired Big Organizations Denounce That all fellow jcampalgn speakers Positive Attitude Should Char- must bo the clear and positive view O. P., Provincial of tho Province of Joseph, which and Judges KIrby, Field and Linthat present Ills must be corrected, St. Columbia In located; tho District don't knock the water pitcher over Programme and Call For Is acterize Over Catholic Soc-- 1 W. Bourko coln are given frequent mention. In his lap. but In the right way. That Is the of Cockran, formerly Representative in Home Rule. thing greatly to be desired. Wharfmaster (John J. Barry ial Activity. Congress from New York; Charles ENJOYABLE ANNIVERSARY. C. B. and C. B. That his pesky rheumatism didn't J. Bonaparte, formerly Attorney keep him confined during tho cam General and Secretary of tho Navy, One of the most enjoyable ocSELECTING BISHOPS. paign. and William J. Kearns, of Now casions of the past year was the London Papers Insist That IrelCol. Frank McGrath That de- Dr. ltyan's Contribution Toward tenth anniversary celebration of St. Selection of the Bishops of the Jersey. In welcoming the prelates, spite tho terrible handicap of Reand- Must Support Her .That End lias Done Elizabeth's Auxlllaryof the Knights Catholic church in the United priests and people to the meeting. publican hoodie j the Democratic of St. John on Thursday night of States, under a recent ruling of the Representative Fitzgerald offered organidation camq through with a Soldiers. Much. last weqk at St. Peter's Hall, SevenVatican, will be made under the his own hearty congratulations to I nice victory. teenth and Garland. The hall was old system which was in use here the great order of preachers on its Capt Frank iDuganJThak the tastefully decorated with the nauntil twenty years ago, according to 700th anniversary, as well as tho Tenth ward, his r,pld , ballwlck, is present. He of all tional colors and at an early hour a dispatch from Rome published In felicitations still loyal to his leadership. spoko of was thronged with friends of the NEED FOR MEN VERY URGENT Col. Jaiues P. iWhallen That de- ILLS THAT MUST BE CORRECTED the Tablet, the official organ of the order. highly our tho work of tho own democracy," "If ladles and the Knights. There was of Brooklyn and Long diocese spite all efforts; the local Demohe continued, "Is not to follow tho a great cheer when the drill team, Island. Tho dispatch reads: organization stands as firm cratic attired In white and each member "The new procedure for the se- path which led a Greece and Romo as the Rock of Gibraltar. bearing a silk United States flag, From Dublin comes news that Negatlveness of any kind goes lection of American Bishops, which to chaos and oblivion, but Is to enLawrence Relchert ho t dure, It can only bo "by the truo apThe ladles leading organizations dn Ireland didn't pay off his flectionThat made its appearance. but; a little bot distance. It accom- has been ordered by Pope Benedict plication of democratic principles were put through an dntricate and have adopted resolutions denounc- hearing the openingreturns. after X.V. through tho Conslstorlal plishes buL, little at any time, . and gregation, abolishes the systemCon- which today presents to an admirbeautiful drill by Col. Paul Breen, ing plans for conscription. Among of George Buecheh the In the end practically nothing. That In which they acquitted themselves the submission of a. terna'.of, names ing world the Order of Preachers them are the Clones Guardians, tho Hughes bettois gave him. as good as Criticism .oE false proposals fs in a manner that would do credit to chosen by ;the Irremovable, rectors more virile and strong after the jfoi'A. money. auy military company now on tlie Cork ftuardtans. .the the Gallamare even neededahd needed greatly after Jthqdeath ot aBlsTiepto the lapse of.teeven centuries than" on. the Kerry CojialSl Council, Urban ' Mexican border. . At Its cpn elusion fnnnnll nnri th- - A tlilnnn'" Pnnnnll rr the election bettors' aro" paying off but' criticism" which "'Is "not Vfoupled Bishops of an e'cdesIasTIcarprovInce. Speaklng of tho war in Europe, Hie assemblage participated' In """a with a recognition of real existing Pope Benedict's new order estabM. J. Lennon, Chairman of the In hats at his store. grand march that led to tables that Squire Ben Schulman That the evils, responsible for the erroueous lishes In Its stead a system of Mr. Cockran said that the condirecruiting committee, deencircled the hall and were seated Athlonehe was unalterably opposed Democratic workers were given doctrines, and which Is unconnected prlvato Inquiry by the Bishops of tions there were frightful, and said clared with sound and constructive ideas each province to select suitable it would be absolutely impossible before a delicious fruit and plate to conscription, and that voluntary more than a check ifor $1.25. supper. Following the supper Mrs. recruiting is bajren of positive action and priests, whose names are to be to do anything to stop It without Al Emler That despite his Illcould be made a success meeting-o- the aid of prayer. "Unless thoro is P. J. Breen, who presided, welIn was put Into ness his friends are pushing his wasteful. th9 the social field, which secretly balloted for at a only when comed the guests in happy manner operation. home rule occasion of so much should be the Bishops held under the presi- somo confidence placed in prayer," candidacy for Sheriff. grave consideration for us, this is dency of tho Archbishop. The he said, "the situation thero Is one and stated the purposes of the aux Congressman Swagar Sherley The Celbrlqge Guardians marked of the most hopeless cerforIntroducing Rev. us. case. iliary are before "Read" tho resolution of the Cork That he doesn't have the handicap strikingly theenough There has fur- names oftothose chosen that to boPope The only International that faces organization evidence Rome, so Father Edmund Kaiser, the Spir- Guardians against compulsory serv- of a Presidential race every time tainly been the warded itual Adviser and speaker of the' nished during the past few years can make a selection and an ap- left to deal with tho situation is the runs. evening. Father Kaiser said It was ice, and a similar order was made lie Deputy Assessor Charley to show that conditions In this pointment immediately, avoiding in Caholic church, and any efforts to regard to the Corporation Hill country require radical attention this way tho delay which Is de bring about peaco that do not como a source og great pleasure and satis- with That this has been a good season and faction to be Invited to say a few resolution calling for tho release for Dutch luncheons. lefoim. Tho governmental re- clared to be the principal reason from tho Pope are Just mere ports as to the distribution of for tho changing of the present words." There aro many people, ho words. The drill, ho said, showed of the Irish prisoners in England. Dr. John T. Cliawk That unanihis preparednes with a vim. Through The Carlow Guardians havestrongly many friends aro keeping, his auto wealth, the holding of valuable procedure. A special feature of the said, who believe that constitu endeavor and earnest effort there mously passed a resolution natural resources by certain small new system Is the strict secrecy tionalism In this country has been pretty busy. enjoined throughout the weakened very much in the last had been moral and spiritual devel- protesting against conscription. dis- service of the people, the Sheriff Charles Cronan According to London, press That ho numbers values, the whole Increase 'sub gravl' the selection of three decade, so much so that somo peoopment and charitable work had uncer- Inquiry and In land ple are very pessimistic about tho In conclusion he patches, Gen. Sir Hugh McCalmont, beat the barrier In the race, for tainty and Insecurity of our eco- names by the Bishops." been advanced. Mayor. expressed the success of It. "The occasion this asserted the auxiliary had been a writing to tothe London Dally Mail, Catholic priests Councilman Tom Dolan und Tom nomic structure, should make us In reply a correspondent who tho afternoon," ho source of great benefit to Its every Dolan, the tobacco man That they realize that changes aie necessary opinion that the change makes with confidence In the continued, "gives mass of member, upon whom he bestowed said there would bo no more re- - can now the the United States, drive their Fords like vet- for the benefit of this great necessity status of million Catholics, that .of stitutionalism and principles of consays it is always unsafe to very democracy, benls blessing. William M. Hlggins, fuellions. the people. It Is Its twenty you know, score cause hero you have in the Dominiextreme and the next speaker, congratulated the prophesy unlessyour prophetic more erans. Squire John O'Brien That his for change which givestho occasion a missionary country. For arectois can order the perfect principles ladles and urged them to continue particularly if destructive proposals of of years tho irremovable is opposed to the facts of legion of friends aie ready to boost for their existence. Ben the work of organization. have been selecting their own Bish- democracy perfectly carried out for him for any old ofllce. spoke for the Knights of history. The 'observations on marnot ops. After the death of a Bishop 700 years. Today democracy ia on Catholics should therefore Stoesser John H. Hennessy That the alone be concerned with the St. John, commending the auxiliary tial law, ho adds, being tho cause Limerick they would meet with the diocesan trial. The principles that have Indefatigable of continual distress aro absolutely Is boomingdivision of the A. O. H. and Col. Breen, whose and evils of certain Ideas, council and select the names of built up not only our great God- nicely. work was evidenced through the opposed to all tho facts as they are. but should be equally anxious to three men, which they sent to glvcn republic, but every human John The Duke of the drill team. He then called Col. don Morning Bedford, in the Lon- double McGrath, Charlie Chaplin's positively find some remedy for the Rome. Under the new order the democratic organization In That he is still fooling Injustices which give rise to these power reverts to the Bishops of the world, are being put to the acid Post, criticizes the Breen, presenting him a beautiful avenue, Ideas. They should not spend all province and the rectors have no test of practical application. And Government for not giving the fig- many of 'em on Fourth and costly emblem ring of the ures of any deficiencies in Irish especially the ladles. from Indications, It would seem that selection. Knights of St. John amidst rounds attacks upon raditheir energies Charlie McDevdtt and John Ken- cal propaganda,Inas necessary as this voice in the democracy can not stand that test, The rotund Colonell regiments, and says that British nedy of applause. That they- - are breaking all may be, but should also strive to surprised to find soldiers transferred without their for its very strength contains tho was too much ST. JOSEPH ORPHAN HOME. young team In writ- carefully Study seeds of speedy dissolution and Words to express his feelings, and consent to Irish units serve to con- records for a the disquietude of ing fire insurance. men In Ho directed the attention and make some step forcould only say he was "taken off ceal the lack of The anual election of officers of decay." Nathan Kahn That despite tho the times its correction. The conIlls feet," but the ring would be Irish legiments. will ward for the St. Joseph Orphan Society meet-in- of American lawyers and statesBpeclal effort for his opponent Ireland, saya tho Dublin correhe gested conditions in the cities for take place at the December men to the Dominican order as an An worn with pride and honor. Times, ran a dundy race for Prosecutor. n 'im lipid .it the ornhanace ideal of democracy from which they Instance, with ajl the social and hour was given to a reunion, in spondent of the London Detective Will Harding That he economic ills that they contain, to "must be either persuaded or com.. which many made application on Sunday, December 3. Those who could learn much. Charles J. Bonaparte, speaking on become members, the anniversary pelled to support her own soldiers wllj soon be able to throw away which gie color and excuse for the have been nominated are: 1 think that Lloyd his" crutches. way a pronounced in France. among the being in every "The World of St. Dominic and the control President Henry Bossee, Chailes Raidy, Postofllce Super- spread of birth and the proposition George, in his desire to pour oil poorer classes success. opponent being Nicholas World Today," paid a glowing triInto Redmond's wounds, exagger- intendent iThatMie Is sure of tur- to confiscate the land, can not be Bosler.his bute to tho founder of tho Dominiated the lecrulting blunders, for key for four years. MACKIN COUNCIL. to continue while we conJohn Tobe, can order, and Mr. Kearns reviewed Vice President Alderman Joe Overberg That allowed which Redmond can not disclaim all the history of tho order at some tent ourselves merely with a broad- Henry H. Frenke. Joseph length. Council had another responsibility since he was a power first election returns are not always side upon these destructive docMackin Secretary Recording reliable. must strive to go Into Helnchman, Leo II. Harprlng. memorable day Sunday, when the at Dublin Castle during tho heyday Father Meagher outlined to tho Dan Sexton That he is still able trines. We membership was largely augmented of Irish' recruiting." these questions and Financial Secretary A. H. Huken-bec- audience tho aims and purposed of to beat tho ponies by backing his the depths of causes which give a "Mr. Asqulth's words made It by the initiation of a splendid class tho order, and welcomed tho peoplo root out the Edward J. Bosler, Jr. Headed by presi- clear," says the Spectator, "that Dwn judgment. of young mon. Corresponding Secretary Charles to tho celebration on behalf ot the shade of half truth to these Ideas Ed order. On the stage were several dent Hubbuch and the officers the the Government has not closed tho ing And That they are Increas- which are 'being spread far and G. Pfeffer, John F. Horina. the number of resting places in wide. Cecilia's door on the Idea of compulsory St. members atended v Treasurer John B. Ratterman, hundred prelates and representatives of Catholic orders and sischurch, receiving holy communion service for Ireland. Looking back the city. This is not an easy task it Is George Bohr. true, for our social problems are not at the 8 o'clock mass. The sight we recognize that It might have The installation win not taxe terhoods from all parts of tho country. Was impressive and gratifying to tho been better to coax Ireland along ANNUAL COMMUNION SUNDAY. simple affairs but very complex mat- place until Sunday, January 14. In the little chapel at the Dofriends of the council. Shortly after by gradual stages In company with ters. One of the great attractions At the last meeting it was Tomorrow morning tho Louisville-member- In such proposals as socialism and 2 o'clock the Initiatory ceremonies ourselves. decided to extend seventy minican House of Studies at Brook-lan- d of tho Knights of Colum- single tax is that they offer a sim- feet both wings of the present "But It Is now too late to go began, lasting until 5, after which Sunday morning solemn high ple remedy as a panacea for all the home on FranKrort avenue, anu wia mass was celebrated, it being Cath the old and new members adjourned slowly; the need for men Is very bus will .assemble at St. Louis church, when they will re- ills from which we are suffering. nhnnai will nlHn he enlarged. The olic Orders day. to the lower hall, where an excel- urgent, and the only praoUcal quesThis ceremony 100 was celebrated by priests of tho r n rrnmmfxl.ito lent hot supper was served, about tion Is whether or not compulsion ceive holy communion . in a body. The causes of our difficulties are imma hnllf 200 being seated at the tables. could ba applied to Ireland without Right Rev. Bishop O'Donaghue will complex and intertwining and a children, can easily house 125, but Jesuit order, and representatives President Hubbuch and others spoke any preliminaries. By resorting to grace the occasion with his pres- nirnple remedy at tho best looks at as the number nas gone 10 isd hu from every Catholic order in Amer words of cheer and welcome for compulsion we should ibe doing ence. but one side of a many elded shield. extension was necessary. When tho ica were present. On Wednesday evening tho Very We must not allow the Intricacy of Improvements are made there will the new members when the olgars nothing whatever unfair, illegal or Rev. Alphonsus J. Donlon, S, J., had been passed. This initiation what could be In any way regarded Rev. Father T. L, Crowley, O. P., the situation to discourage us and bo ample room for 250. President of the Georgetown UniPrior of St. Louis Bertrand's, will cause us to withdraw. Tho duty brings to a close a successful year as unexpected." versity, celebrated tho mass; deliver an address before Louisville is to meet tho condition and do for Mackin, and upon all sides are DeL. McDonnell, S. J., was HOLY NASIE SMOKER. Council on "Our Order and Its Bomethiag In tho matter, and our INTERESTING LECTURE. heard expressions that the present deacon; Rov. James Dolan, S. J., Dead," At this meeting Past reluctance may bring the whole another be given officers should The next of the series of smokers eubdeacon, and Rev. George Han-IoRev. Father Francis O'Connor, urand Knight Frank A. Gehor will house of social cards down upon under tho auspices of tho Holy term. S. J., master Of cenemonies. Ber- The sermon was preached by liev. of the Cathedral parish, gave the speak about tho deceased members our necks and thoso of our fellows. Name Society of St. Louis of Louisville Council 330. encouragement in trand's church will be given next Paschal Robinson, O. F. M profesmembers of Trinity Council an inOAKE AND BREAD SALE. We can take teresting lecture Monday evening, such a view In that leaders are rls-- Wednesday evening in Bertrand sor of church history at tho CathNEW ALBANY. Lady friends of the Visitation his subject being a description of inn un among us to give us the Hall, and the members of the so- olic University. Home for working girls will hold a life in Rome, whore he was staSt. Theresa Auxiliary and St. Ed- - proper viewpoint, so much desired, ciety have invited members of the At the morning services the fol cake and home made bread sale for tioned four years, and where he ward's Commandery, Knights of St. ' Dr. John A. Ryan has already done Holy Name societies of sister par- lowing cablegram from Most Rav. the benefit of that most deserving read his first mass. His lecture was John, of Now Albany, made an Im- - much In this direction by his well ishes to be their guests. A musical Louis Theissllng, Master Genital Institution next Wednesday at the much enjoyed by his hearers. Father presslve showing Sunday morning known work on "A Living Wage" programme will be rendered and of the order at Roiae, ws'reaaN Stewart Dry Goods store, Walnut O'Connor is an honorary member of at, Holy Trinity church, where they and his various smaller articles on the lecture, which is a feature of "Tho Master General thanks Uiei mem- attended mass and street entrance. Mrs. Ella Nether-lan- d Mackin Council. Thinty-flv- e received holy minimum wage legislation. He has these smokers, will be delivered by fathers of St. Joseph's Province, will have charge. Here will bers were added to Trinity's mem- communion in a body. They wore' not confined himself to such efforts Malcolm Elliott, who was one or ane and sends blessings and concn&uki-felons- ." on the Pan- be an opportunity to secure excel- bership roll as the result of the welcomed by Rev. Father Ctirran, as his debate with Hillqult or his nvomniont lent bread and eakee for the campaign which closed Monday, and iiye pawtor, who delivered a short other refutations of Socialism, but ima canal, and he will tell of that Rev. T. L. Crowley took pft ia Thanksgiving day dtaaer. Prswdeat B. J. Sandmatm and his but appreciative sermon. has come forward wkh some posl- - grewt engineering enterprise, all the eeremo&les. , m im-Ji-! "- DOMINICANS iim ., , IRELAND CATHOLICS Fita-gera- ld, s . ,.,.' HBnjSfemiiiha3!omciof In-ae- ed day-otflirt- ti?-" -- f lncoi-rectne- ss Irish-bor- n n' k, , unanl-mons- lv s Bor-trand- 'a Rev-Euge- ne n, I -- ene-ineer- u- - jBXNT'ivcroBrsr KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHBD EVBRY SATURDAY. 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First every good Christian hears Iioly msas If thero Is mass on that day. Then mothers are busy preparing chicken, turkey and cranberry sauce, and any other goodies that they may think nico for dinner. To our readers and friends we extend sincere wishes that they may pass a pleasant day and be spared for many more. DENIES OUR RIGHTS. The British reply to the American note protesting against the trade blacklist published some time ago It denies gives litle satisfaction. rights of American traders that have been violated and Tefuses to tako tho names of American firms from the list. It contends that the British, position is justified by international law. Whether it is or mot, thero 13 little hopo that we can chango the attitude of Great Britain by writing notes. An embargo on tho shipment of foodstuffs to England would likely bring a satisfactory answer. CARELESS MOTORISTS. By tho way, has anybody heard of Mrs. William Cassldy was host at an aluminum shower in honor of old Bill Sulzer, candidate of the Miss Reglna Keely, whoso marriage "American party" for President In to Martin J. Connors will take placo this campaign? The Catholic Adwere Miss Mary Fisher entertained tho next week. Those present MONEY'S WORTH. vance thinks this is a case of mys- Lasalle Club at lotto Friday Mesdames Joseph Burke, E. Kennedy, D. J. Lincoln, William Horan, When the militia set out for the terious disappearance that should William Cassldy; Misses Elizabeth Mexican border most Americans for- be Investigated. Keely, Margaret Col. Matt J. Winn left this week Mogan, Geneva got in tho excitement that somefor Juarez, where he will spend the Connors, Mary Hogan, Mario Kelly, Automobiles are more In tho way winter. thing might be learned from the Mario Llnnemann. They were heroes and certainly more dangerous on mobilization. Miss Reglna Agnes Keely and Mrs. Samuel J. Dant has been enlighting for the welfare of tho coun- Fourth street than aro tfie street Martin J. united In thought cars. When It comes to enforcing tertaining Miss Fannie Thompson, marriage Connors will boday aftertry. Terhaps tho coat was Thanksgiving of New Haven. 0 of, but efficiency and criticism was tho laws governing automobiles the noon at 3 o'clock at Holy Cross J. D. Murphy was among tho church, Rev. Father Brey performIn no one's mind. In the four administration seems deaf, dumb Kentucky people registered in New ing the ceremony. Tho bride-to-b-e months, more or less, of mobiliza- and blind. York the past week. is the pretty and accomplished tion the Government spent somedaughter of Stephen M. Keely, the "He kept us out of war!" Here's where between a hundred and a One of the most brilliant affairs of the winter will be Mrs. Walter Leachman, of Spring- grocer, and 13 hoping that he will keep on doing field, was here this week visiting social circles, popular In Catholic numerous showers hundred and fifty millions over a being given In her honor tho past her mother, Mrs. Leahy. the opening dinner served at eight o'clock in the eledollar each for every inhabitant of eo. few weeks. Mr. Connors is a well Out of that rtho United States. Miss Elsie Hynes had as guests known young man of the East End MEXICAN DEADLOCK. gant Louis XVI. ballroom, $2.50 per cover. Souvenirs money they got no settlement of the last week Misses Ruby Cowley and and Is employed In tho printing got, If McNulty, of Stlthton. department of tho Kentucky Print Mexican question, but they joint com- Eula The American-Mexica- n J1 . for the ladies. Make your reservations for tables now. , Shop. In tho evening there will bo they aro willing to tako It, a bitter mission which has been sitting for Mrs. R. C. Fitzgerald, of a reception at tho bride's home, some weeks at New London and lesson in American military effi- Atlantic City seeking The Green Room has been reserved exclusively for arrived hero last week to be 3200 West Kentucky street. The adjustciency. The citizen soldiery not a ment on the border that an insure the guest of R. C. Fitzgerald. happy young couple will go to will t, housekeeping, and they have the dinner guests for dancing. as Bryan esmillion between the two GovGlenn Mr. and timated but a hundred thousand in ernments in tho suppression . of Miss Anne Mrs. John T. making and best awishes of their many friends Glenn are a for happy and prosperous matribanditry and the protection of life a month, had not been tested since and property In both countries, has two weeks' visit at Nashville. monial career. tho Spanish war. Each citizen paid reached a point of deadlock, which Mrs. L. McCloy, of Clifton, has a dollar or more for tho lesson. Ha offers slight outlook for early setMAMMOTH 5UNSTRELS. Mrs. Greenfield tlement. But little Is known by the been entertalulng Is entitled to it. and daughter Catherine, of public of tho details of the negotiaA mammoth mlnstrey show will . tions, which have been kept secret, be given Sunday and Monday evenGREETING WAS PREVIOUS. but it is evident that the Mexican ings by the El Nomo Minstrels in Miss Margaret Kennedy, Crescent St. unCommissioners have, Hall, Highland Park, undenounced President der Instructions from doubtless City, Hill, had as her guest tho past der Leo's personal supervision of Those who Mexico the Wilson because of tho demanded impossible concessions, week Miss Reba Stevens, of Theodore Schlppor. Tho best talent In tho city will participate, many character of his neutrality were very chiefly the Immediate withdrawal of before of whom have appeared much surprised at the chorus of the American troops under Gen. Miss Eulah Cullen was the guest large Pershing. A full statement on various occathe acclamation and satisfaction from matter has been laid beforeof the of Miss Jesslo Bannon, Bardstown sions audiences and acquitted themselves In tho British and Canadian press that President and Secretary Lansing, road, for several days tho past a manner that would credit proWe are prepared to serve Luncheons, Dinners, Banweek. fessionals. greeted the reported success of who .have approved the position In "Dixieland" tho comby tho pany will portray the .minJustice Hughes. We had never had taken Unless American Commissionquets, etc., and have beautiful rooms for private dances Mrs. John Mahoney and Miss Car- strels, but the olio will give all tho ers. a settlement is now any illusions about the May Metzner have returned from members opportunity speedily reached tho conference rie to display of either of the can- nwist bo adjourned, for It is obvious a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. N. card parties and other entertainments at all times. their best efforte in a bill of real merit, each turn being of tho headdidates. Time and again we in- that nothing is to be gained by protracted discussions. Mexico standline order. With this show tho sisted that thero was little to choose ing in her own way. Theis United Mrs. John Meagher, Deer Park, El Noraos expect to bigthem, and wo hinted that States is ready and fully disposed has returned from Frankfort, where gest hit, and also make their nice between reallzo a of the two Wilson was the safer. to do whatever Is possible to assist she visited Mr. and Mrs. Louis sum for the benefit of the St. Leo Hughes' stand on our foreign policy the neighboring republic. It can Weitzel. school building fund. Second street cars stop at the hall. was vague and wobbling at best, not, however, expose itself to IrreMr. and Mrs. Robert C. McBride, parable Injury by acceding to condibut his hackers did not leave any tions which would leave It exposed nee Keaney, formerly ot this city, CUPID BUSY. doubt of where they stood, and to atack from a quarter in which but now of Detroit, were here on a visit this past week. INCOItPOKATED therefore it was natural that the there is no established authority Cupid has been busy in New Nelson county, where a British press should hall Hughes as and where condltiois all make for Mrs. Herman Woltrine and chil- Haven and interesting weddings will veritable anarchy. the champion of a strong dren, Shawnco Terraco. have gone number of next week. Mrs, Anne they tako place announced tho engageBritish to Colorado Springs, where policy. It is well that the ST. PATRICK'S EUCHRE. Whalen has will make their home. prees showed its hand, as It enment of her daughter, Miss Birdie The ladles of St. Patrick's church Whalen, Carl Bartley, of Louisables President Wilson to estimate will give Miss Frances McCahe, of Naz-th- e ville, and to Mrs. Eliza Boone anthe next of their series the good will of tho British public of euchres and lottos Monday after- areth Academy, will spend nounces the approaching marriage lor his administration at its true noon and evening in the school hall. Thanksgiving holidays with her of her daughter, Miss Irene Boone, "As Near to You as the Nearest Phone THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT should determine his Thirteenth and Market streets, and mother, Mrs. Kathleen McCabe. worth, and to Nicholas Bowling. The marriage In addition to the games will serve Mrs. future courso of action in reference a nice hot luncheon. A children's John Davern, Georgo Doerhoefer of John R. Groenwell and Special $3.00 Spray INCORPORATED to the continued aggressions of tho party will bo held In the afternoon, and James Treasy, all of this city, Prudenco Ice will be solemnized at Oar St. Catherine's church. Oar Special $5.00 Wreath British Government. spe were among thoso who registered Clean Grocery Stores. and a turkey 6ale will bo a cialty. The hostesses in the after- this week at West Baden Springs.' The largest valaes in Fuse HUNDRED TURKEYS. noon are Mesdames Henry Grass-ma"The Best For Less." ALL TOGETHER NOW. ral Flowers ever offered la Miss Helen Rawley, daughter of J. G. Williams, John KUleen, Louisville. Mackin Council anticipates a big Is Lieut, and Mrs. M. J. Rawley, Oders for $1 or more delivered to The election, tho most exciting Harry Doerr. Emmet Smith: thoso gathering at the club house TuesFor prompt delivery call VIZ any part of the city. memory of the for tho evening being Misses Bertha recovering rapidly from the effects day night, as special preparation contest within the both phones. King, Cary Scully, Catherine Des- of an operation at the Jewish Hospreeent generation, has gone into mond, Margaret Kelly, Mary Brown, pital and will be brought home next has been mado for the euchre and lotto games and turkey raffle that hlatory aod again tho Amorican peo- Nell Sullivan, Esther Krobs, Emma week. will then tako place. For this event tltfiaKi ple are as one. The Republicans Kalbflelsch, Nora Hallahan and 100 turthe Wharfmastor John J. Barry, who keys,committee has securedhandsome Gertrude Rlloy. naturally allege, aB stated by the addition 100 has been confined to his home on prizes and inbo awarded. nuumit a AH the late tad mew Styles and Shapm will Toledo Record, that tho peoplo Brook street with an attack of nLMf JUL STOP IIAITY UNION. ea ke feund aer at rnasroable prtaM, y rheumatism, Is now improving voted for a fictional Wilson. This fcuftft Menu LoulnMr HOLY ROSARY ACADEMY. and expects to bo out in a few Tho marriage of Miss Mary A. does not alter the case. The AmeriLawxenceburg, McBrayer, and .days. of NORTON BUILDING Final Noticeto Taxpayer can people voted for President WilFlowers telegraphed everywhere. The following programme whb Lexington, was H. Scully, son because they believed that he James aolemniaed ofTuesday evening marriage of Miss Maiie Ed- rendered by the pupils of Holy Itoe-ar- y The quietly N. W. Corner Furth and JeffersM e Monday Academy afternoon: the Vdrion," Thelrna Hicks; George stood for peaoe with honor, the at the rectory of St. Paul's church, wards, daughter of Mrs In C Minor Mosart, Margaret State and coaaty (axes for the- Brown, and Herbert C. Lochle, was "The Early Life of Father Ityan," supreme rights of the workiagman the Rer. Father De Waegenaere ofConcert year Biography Wagner; "Father Ryan, the Poet," garet Learay; "Lines," Bays Evelyn Heaaeaay; 1010 shnald be paid witltoat. highest ideal ot Awerioaa Actatlne. After the ceremony the solemnised Wednesday at St. Mary's of Mosart, Minuet, Short of "The Last aad the Glynn, Mackin; Margaret Wagner; "Song of the recitation: groom leflt short phiirr.h. TJv. Fattier Weaieraiamn of-tesmtUMhlp. Moriarty; Father Ryan," Mildred Malkmus; delay te avoid penalties. Margaret Viewed in thla bride and their return for awill re- - Aclating. Many friends of the bride Father Ryan, the Prfeat," Oath- - Myrtle," they trip On G. J. GRONAN.Skeriff. "By Bendemeer'a Stream," ohorue. the moat partisan Republican tide in Lexington. and groom wore present to witness rine Fllbln; "At Golden Gaie of '"Farther Ryan, the Orator," Mar--1 Owners and operators of motor cars of all sorts should bo mado familiar with tho fact that there is lit present evident a decided revival of popular disapproval of careless as well as of reckless driving. The fact that thousands of pedestrians dally escape harm from motor cars and motor trucks Is not due altogether to tho prudence of the drivers of those machines, but rather to tho extraordinary precautions pedestrians are forced to tako In order to avoid being run down. . must concede that the heart of the American peoplo is light. Tho election developed a good deal of feeling, in tho confusion many chargea wcro madet Now lhat tho tumult and shouting have died tho Government will go on In its usual stablo way. The election is over, tho captains of politics have departed and tho camp fires are out. Now that President Wilson has been by the American peoplo chosen every real American will uphold tho hands of the helmsman in his task of guiding the Ship of State. There aro shoals and ugly rocks ahead. Accepting the decision of tho electoral majority, the whole nation will accord to tho pilot that loyalty which must be his If we are to escape tho dangers that loom in front of us. Higher interests than those of party call for a union of spirit to maintain our national peace and prosperity with honor. Whatever may have been the attitude of the Catholics toward Candldato Wilson, they will do all In their power to uphold tho hands and respect the person of Woodrow Wilson, the Chief Executive of the country they love. The first lesson (that tho Catholic learns Is to render to God the things that are God's, and in the same breath ho Is told to render to Caisar the things that are Caesar's. This union suit Is made of heavy ribbed floecod balbrlggan, with front, closed crotch; tho suits have slight imperfections that are hardly noticeable, and which do not detract from their valuo in any way; tho quantity Is very limited and may last for only one day; at, each , 70c Men's heavy white fleeced, modeled lambsdown; E5 long and short sleevo undershirts and drawers; EEr Underwear all sizes; per garment 35c Fibre Silk Socks m s" H Men's $1.00 Union Suits Heavy unbleached, fine ribbed suits, with closed crotch; a strictly first quality; offered In all sizes, at 00c Seamless, fast black, fibre silk socks; high r spllced heel and double solo; seconds to tho 35c x quality; all sizes; per pair. 25c E n; 35c Striped Silk Socks These aro tho mill-rufull, seamless silk- striped socks; large selections to select from; pair 25c ; WbbbbbbbbbbbSbhPI WIFE OP PRESIDENT OP UNITED STATES. Best profile photograph of Mrs. Woodrow Wilson. This photo was taken during a trip West with tho President during tho recent cam- paign. COMING EVENTS. 26-2- H H Men's $1.50 Union Suits Made of heavy ribbed Egyptian balbrlggan, with drop seat and throughout; strictly first quality; offered in all sizes, at 05c hand-finish- ed 25c Lisle Socks Full seamless, fast black, medium and light- - EH o weight socks that aro seconds of the EE 25c quality; all sizes, per pair... 17c EE 0 Talrs for S1.00. EE sllk-llsl- Men's $1.50 Union Suits Offered in unbleached and also white bleached two-threheavy balbrlggan; made with closed crotch and collarette neck; all sizes ....$1.15 ad :: $4.50 Heavy Sweater Coats rope-stltch, E The Field Afar, organ of the Catholic Foreign Mission Society of America, In its current edition contains much interesting and valuable reading matter and an excellent story from the pen of Florence The Field Afar is published monthly at Osslnlng, N. Y. Gil-mor- e. shirts and 7 El Nonio Min- nue. November 30c strels In Dixie Land, St. Leo's Hall, Highland Park, for benefit of new airs. John T. Dodt, of Long .lilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIII school. l avenue, wno underwent a manor November 28 Euchre and lotto surgical operation at the Jewish of St. Louis Bertrand's Church Debt Hospital yestordaj will be able to Association, afternoon and evening. return to ner Homo tomorrow or turkey Monday. November 27 Annual contest and euchre and lotto. Holy d Cross Hall, and was Mrs. i'eter u. Doernoexer Broadway. host Wednesday at luncheon at the November 28 Euchre and lotto Seelbach, followed by a party to by Holy Name Society of St. Agnes tho movies, In honor of Mrs. Wralter church, afternoon and evening. Hillerlch, recently returned from November 28 Turkey euchre and Chattanooga. lotto by Mackin Council, evening Mrs. Thomas Ryan, formerly of only. of November 29. Thanksgiving so- this city but now a resident encial by Young Ladles' Sodality of Paducah, where her husband is gaged in the men's clothing busi St. Ann's church, afternoon and ness, has returned home after visitevening. ing a number of her friends here December Entertain ment, "Jollies of 1916," auspices of Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. White local Elks for Christmas charities. entertained with 6 o'clock dinner 1 January Ladies' Sewing Wednesday evening at their home, Society annual charity euchre and 519 West Oak street, the following lotto for St. Anthony's Hospital, being present: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Phoenix Hill Hall, afternoon and McDevlU, Mr. and Mrs. J. Louis evening. Walsh, Miss Mary Walsh, Miss Margaret White, Miss Mary Alice ANNOUNCES THE COMPLETION White, Miss Annastasla Walsh and Col. M. J. Walsh. fleece-line( Thirty-secon16 tho ceremony. After a short East- EE ern wedding, trip the happy couple S will be at homo at 420 Marrett ave 50c Fleece-Line- d Yeager colored, heavy, d drawers; in all sizes; per garment Underwear d Heavy sweater coats; EE with lareg shawl collar and pockets; all sizes E Oxford gray, priced at. $8.00 EE Xnvy blue, priced at................S3.50 wool-mixe- s 30-3- TYLER HOTEL OF ITS ANNEX INVITES YOU TO BE PRESENT AT THE AND 20 Formal Opening Tuesday, November 28 1916 '. over-nigh- one-side- d The hotel will be open to the public for inspection Tuesday afternoon from I to 6 o'clock Ladies Especially Invited. old-tl- Bosler Hotel Co. 'QUAKER MAID' pro-Briti- sh n, rap-Idl- K M$ FRED ERHART ARCHITECT Fan-taal- i iCBKTtrOSCY IRISH RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find In these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. ABdOBJKIOAW:- - THE SOUTH'S HIGHEST CLASS DEPARTMENT STORE TRY A LOAD OF coADr Men's Furnishings Srecemr ts KeflMdy-CoKiy louis r. . ARTISTIC PRINTING avctmtmtmm INCORPORATED (&a Wallins Creek Lump Coal FOR HOME USES. High in Heat. Low in Ash. Co. 631 Went Walnut. Home Phono City7662. FIRST CLASS WORK GIvoThls Office Your Next Order 317 W. GREEN ST. Telephone City 946 t WE GIVE AND REDEEM GOLD STAMPS. SCflNLON AMERICAN ELEVATORS MLAIDB THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATED CO. IN LOUlSVnJLE BY ELEVATOR & AMERICAN MACHINE CO. ENGRAVERS ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS Louisville, Ky MS W. Mala St., Home Phone City 6874 Distillers Of OLD PORTUNA SOUR MASH 'HOLLENBAOH" PURE RYB LonisvUlo, Ky. 528 W. Main St. THOS. Like Looking Into Christmas Is This Wonderful 60flL 60iHPflNy INCORPORATED. 319 PAUL JONES BUILDING. Home City 405 2828 Garland Ave. HOmo Phone, Shaw. 478-- Cnmli. Maia 415 2308 Q&rUnd Ave. Cumb. Phone, South 67-Office Residence J. BRODERICK GAS AND SEAVERAGE 4392-- J MHIilCn ENGRAVING COMPANY PLUMBING, TOY STORE Now Open 1. A Shawnee Chimney Gleaning Company s WW Home Phone City 1000 Zane Street "SOUTHERN STAR" AH Ready for Your Griddle in the FOR Morning' Room SLICED BACON SEE P00LEY (MONEY HAMB, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. (Incorporated.) KSTA-BEilSHE- RELIABLE P. R. POOLEY 1 Courier-Journa- CONFIDENTIAL l Building 21-- J. 415 Fourth Street Residence Phone, Pewee Valley Phone, City 3180. The many little boys and girls who can not withstand their desires to see what Santa has brought will find that their dreams have been .fully realized. They will find that Santa was an ardent advocate of "preparedness." 'They will find that this store has been working with Santa Claus for months and has attained a readiness that they have never realized would be possible. There will be great joy in Toyland tomorrow, and it is a great Toyland, intensely populated with all the toys from abroad, mingling freely with the most wonderful American toys that we have ever known. Ovorhnnling and repairing steam or hot air furnnces a apecially. Prompt service to all porta of the oily. If you wnnt expert service Just call us up. Wo Iinvo never been out of dyes for ono moment since tho war begun and nro thoroughly equipped to handlo nil work of every description. You can rest assured If you need dyeing mo can satisfy you. Auto Delivery. Parcel Tost Service. XXSTJESXNGS- INCORPORATED. PULS CLEANING 426 S. Fifth St. BOTH DYEING CO. 2635. 1803 PHONES Louisville, Ky Louis A. Broring, D. D. S. JOS. DALY 420 Corns, Bunions and Callonara Removed Willient Pain Iagrown and Abnormal Treated. Ktmt PteM 2556 430 W, Market St CONTRACTING PAINTER West Green Street, Louisville, Ky. Dfe Uriah L Litsey, Chiropodist 500.7 Stark Baildin lb. South 9G0-- T PEOPI.ES fbovzdekt association JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. Incorporated. was organized by citizens Headquarters for to make AND FARM PROPERTY. CITY' LOANS See us about anything in real on furniture and other personal property at estate. We sell, buy and rent. X.OWEST SATES. Coleman 'Bid?., "504 W. JEFFERSON ST. S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. Borne Phone City 4464. Both Phones, 2886. well-know- INSTRUMENTS STERILIZED Both riioneti 1120 n These Are Just a Few Toyland Citizens To Be Introduced Tomorrow Horns, 25c, 73c, 95c. Violins, 35c and 59c. Tea Sets, 25c, 50c. 59c, 85c, $1.00, 11.25, 41.75. 42.25. Iron Passenger Trains, 25c, 50c. Fire Engines, 25c, 50c, $1.25. Hook and Ladders 65o and $1.25. Hose Reels $1.25. Water Towers $1.25. Eagle Range 25c. 50c. Wooden Animals Donkeys, Ducks, Elephants $1.25. Circus Wagon with Caged Lion 59c. Christmas Tree Stockings 25c, 50c, $1.00, $2.00 and $5.oo. Drums 25c. 50c. $1.00, $2.00, $3.00. 14.50. Lead Soldiers 50c. $1.25, $1.75, $2.50. Animal Target, with gun and bullets, 50c. The Robber Kitten Game 25c. College Boat Race 25c. Football Game 25c. Woodland Shooting Game 25c. The New Hunting Game 50c. t Home Baseball Game 50c. The Gypsy Fortune Telling Game 50c. Parker's War Game $l.oo. Grasshopper Tennis $l.oo. Drawing Sets $1.00. Rope Toss 50c, $1.00. Game of Golf $1.00. Stone Building Blocks 50c, $1.00, $1.25. $2.25, $4.75. ABC Blocks 10c. 25c. 50c. 89c. $1.25. Celluloid Dolls 25c, 50c, $1.00. $1.50. White Beds 69c to $1.75. Brass Beds 89c to $3.50. Pianos 35c to $13.50. White Dressers $1.00 to $12.00. Cupboard with glass door $2.75 and $3.25. Chiffonier $1.69 to $18.50. Doll High Chairs 85c to $1.75. White Rocking Chairs 89c to $5.50. Toy Tables 25c to $6.50. Children's Straight Chairs 50c to $5.00. Doll Buggies $3.00 to $6.75. Humpty Dumpty Circus 50c, $1.00. $1.35. $2.25. $2.75. $3.50, $5.50. $9.00. Tool Chests 50c, 75c, $2.50, $2.75, $4.00. $6.95, $12.95. Roly Polys 10c. 25c, 50c, $1.00 and $1.25. Swords 35c, 65c. Character Dolls 25c, 50c, 59c, 65c, 98c, $1.25, $1.75 and up to $7.50. Baby Dolls 35c. 75c, $1.75, $2.25. Jointed Dolls $3.50. $4.50, $5.00, $6.50. $7.50. Kewpie Dolls 25c, 29c. 35c, 50c, 59c. Erector Sets $i.oo. $2.00. $2.50. $3.oo. $5.oo. ' Horn, City aiOI DOUGHERTY & LANNING INCORPORATED. COAL CO. S. L. HYMSON EIGHTH AND OAK Wines and Liquors Home Phone Ciiy 6771 WJil. Both Phones Prompt Delivery Everywhere. Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention Home Phone Shawnee 803 LOUISVILLE WINE & LIQUOR CO. 739 East Broadway WINES AND WHISKIES By bottle or gallon for family use. Best Quality Pittsburg and Jellico Coal. Office and Yards $ Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue 1 DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT 1 JL 4$ 1 ISGRIGG CONTRACTOR HENRY GOSS SPOUTING SOOFIHO, aUTTERXKO, Tin Koofa Repaired and Fainted ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY 2011 West Broadway, Xioulsvllle, Ky. SHEET METAL 4105 Henry Street Homo Phone, Shawnee 1383-- L. Electric Trains $6.00. $6.75, $7.50, $10.00, $12.00, $16.50, $18.50. Mechanical Trains $1.25, $1.50, $2.00. $3.50. $7.50. $15.00. $9.50. $2.25. lw "Delivery CALL NO. 467 BEER NONE BETTER !! !!TDAM UMH YY. 7 CAM? CMITHJC OUH DIUlillO and Embalmer AL. S. SMITH, PROP. . Extra Cars 25c, 50c and $1.00. Electric Transformers $5.00, $6.50. Electric Reverse Base 75c. Railroad Tunnels $2.50. Railroad Stations $2.75. $475. Railroad Viaducts $1.50. NONE PURER ! Funeral Director I Prompt Service?" EITHER PHONE, Sure. t I 1 The people of St. Mary's congregation have arranged for an elabSOUTHWEST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS orate celebrations of the twenty-fift- h anniversary of the pious and tS zealous pastorate of the Very Rev. Henry B. Westerman, who has been a faithful ehepherd. First will be MJMMMM an entertainment by the children of St. Mary's school and St. Cecilla'e orchestra at St. Mary's Hall on Wednesday night, when a splendid programme will bo rendered. Thursday morning, the anniversary day, Father Westermann will celebrate 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, his jubilee mass at 9 o'clock, assisted by Rev. Fathers Schuhmann and Weiss as deacon and subdeacon. Hev. Theo. H. Roverman, D. O. L., the $ of Jeffersontown, will preach and sermon. An augmented choir IHOIfl3jesi. chorus of fifty voices, with orchestra and organ, will render the . Homo City 299S Cumb. Main 29$)8.a musical programme, directed by P. A. Stark, with Mrs. Stark presiding at the organ. In tho evening the banquet will bo held at tho Tyler Hotel at 7 o'clock) Henry Bosquet will preside as toastmaster, and adHOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071-- y dresses will be delivered by Right Rev. Bishop O'Donaghue, Father Westermann and Joseph Wuersch. Jo) The people of tho city and diocese extend their congratulations to the venerable priest who has served them sp well. BOTH PHONES 810. SALUTE THEIR PASTOR. J SOCIETY DIRECTORY A. O. H. DIVISION 1. Meets Fourth Thursday, Llederkranz PROGRAJDIE OUTLINED. DOUGHERTY & McELLIOH Hall, Sixth and Walnut. President Mark Ryan. Vice President W. L. Cushlng. Recording Secretary Daniel McCarthy. Secretary" Financial Edward Clancy. Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH Sentinel Tim Lyons. Thomas Keenan. James English. First and, third Friday, Hibernian Home, 1818-182- DIVISION 3. 0 WWWWllWlWWWWWtH J O'Brien. Portland. President Lawrence J. Mackey. Vice President John J. Riley. Financial Secretary John J. Brdderick, 1850 Portland avenue. Recording Secretary Matthew Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s At a meeting hero on Sunday of representatives from tho twenty-on- e IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE unights of Columbus councils of Kentucky a programmo for the ensuing year was outlined. State Lecturer J. A. Fugeleln presided, and an address by Col. P. H. Callahan on "The Alms of the National SATISFIES THAT LONGING. Commission on Religious Prejudice" was a feature of tho meeting. The purpose of the meeting was to further the 'lecture bureau of the State Council, which was created last INCORPORATED year. Mr. Fugeleln received from LOUISVILLE. KY, the representatives present tho re- PHONE CITY 859. port of their projected programme during tho coming month and furA Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case ef ther plans to (have the speakers in the cities and towns embraced by the State Council will be made. State Secretary George A. Burkley and Hon. Edward J. McDermott were among those present at the meeting. Peerless Common Extra Pale Lager i OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER JOHN F. OERTEL CO. lec-tu- ro FALL CITY BEER BARRETT'S 50NS Daniel Dougherty. Thomas Noon. M. ICalaher. Sentinel FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. SACRED HEART. 822 33a.st Miaixx Waco. VVWVWVVWVWWVWVWVVVWVVWkVi Home Phone Slm-iraee 484 Cumberland, WtSt 11 I RATTERMAN INCORPORATED. SCANNELL Ckapel Free ts Patrons. Independent Funeral Directors and Embalmers 3101 WEST BROADWAY The wedlng of Miss Mae Cofer and Andrew J. Bosendorf (took place Wednesday morning at tho Sacred Heart church. Miss Mannle Crosby, of Paducah, was the maid of honor, and Mrs. John Bosendorf the matron of honor. The bridesmaids were Misses Laura Sprauer and Helen Median, and Miss Thelma Dolan was tho flower girl. Mr. Besendorf had as his best man, Louis W. Cofer, brother of the bride. Messrs. Will Ruffra and John Bosendorf acted as tho ushers. The church was thronged with friends of the bride and groom, for whom all wish a long and happy married life. GETS SAD NEWS. ? GERMAN BANK H.BOSSEfcSON Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Talaatoia 1812. wfij Thursday morning the Rev. Father Fitzgerald, of Highland Park, received news that his sister had suffered a stroke of paralysis at iher home In' the East. Tho telegram was brief, but said that whllo was not condition serious her alarming. TJRSULINE BUILDING. a large and handsome new convent on Cherokee Drive, adjoining tho Sacred Heart Academy, whoro all The Ursullne Sisters are erecting Fifth and Market Sts. tho Sisters of tho order In this city wil. find ample accorrfmodatlons. Tho main building will be 300 feet ST. XAVIBR'S COLLEGE front with the chapel in the center. One end or wing will bo for the 113 "W. Zr4wr. XOTtevillc, Jtjr. professed nuiw, the other for the fey tha Xaveriaa Brothra novices, while those Ceadbet Incapacitated CtaMlaal, Bolwtlfio aad BhsIbmt for nine OwriM, Frwu-aterDertmekt, Law will duty, either from rear of or age, have quarters is chapel, VwlaMPliiff Peel. Well Maulpd Clyae Hum, Twm Maim. Mr, Jmim, Dtr. Fred Krhart, the architect of thin year tey as oaMttea that prepu tana lot Ufa. t team entered. This event is something now in this section of the Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. country and is expected to draw a largo contingent of athletic fans to President John H. Hennessy. witness Its inauguration. Manager Vice President Thomas Lynch. Etconro RATED Financial Secretary Thomas J. Spayd has gotten together a team Langan. that ho declares will clear the 1 Recording Secretary James J. boards. In other words they will be far In front when the race Is McTlghe. finished. Five teams are entered, Treasurer Pat Connolly. Mackin's men being Farrell KenSentinel M. J. McDermott. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Sold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, exceltes Hmtm Edward Byrne. nedy, Edwin Jansing, Franklin Morris Buttimer, Mlchot, GRUBER & DEUSER. Managers, Louisville, Ky. Shay, all courageous and Y. H.L sprinters. Tho start will bo at 10 o'clock. MACKIN COUNCIL, 205. Meets Monday Evenings at Club BENEFIT A SUCCESS. House, 344 North Twenty-sixtPresident S. O. Hubbuch. report subIn an Incomplete All taxpayers of tho City of M. First Vice President F. mitted by Vice Chairman A. F. Mar- Louisvillo are hereby notified that Schaad. Second Vice President R. L, tin it shows that a profit of over the Board of Equalization of the 8ff0 was realized in tho recent City of Louisville has organized and Scheckler. benefit euchro Financial Secretary, F. Q. Adams. nie Giles, some given for Miss Jen- will hold dally sessions In the offlco tickets and returns of the City Assessor, between the Recording , Secretary G. on one of W. the solicitation books still hours of 9 a. m, and 4 p. m., from Buckle. d being out. The china November 15 to 30, 1916, InTreasurer G. J. Thornton. prize was awarded to Miss Ethel clusive, for tho purpose of hearing Marshal Theo. Buckle. Savage, of 536 South Twenty-eight- h and determining complaints of any Inside Sentinel James Radlgan. Btreet; d quilt prize who think that their land, .Outside Sentinel H. Pfelcer. awarded to Mrs. Hannah Callahan, or personal property, or of 535 West Breckinridge street, any In which they may have an building, has tho Btmoturo well un- and tho doll to Charles A. Best, of Interest (though it be not assessed MULLOY'S COFFEE der way, and on tho return of 20:ii Bank street. In their name) have been assessed Mother Angela from the West the beyond their value (for city taxes Is the best coffee value offered. THANKSGIVING SOCIAL. date for tho laying of tho cornerIn tho assessment mado by tho City If you want a delicious, inexpenstone will be decided probably DeAssessor thereof, as of the first day sive coffee, Tho Young Ladiea Sodality of St. of September, 1915. cember 8. The building will bo TRY OU- Rfinished and ready for use the latter Ann's church will give a Thanksof the Board, In the part of Juno, 1917. The convent giving social next Wednesday after- complains absence lodged with the may bo now at Shelby and Chestnut will bo noon and evening for the benefit of Clerk dally between tho hours of tho church at the school hall, Sev- 9 a. m. and 4 p. m. used principally as a day school. 2 1.3 Lbs. enth treet and Davles avenue. J. LITHGOW SMITH, President. Many handsome prizes will be Special rebate ticket good for JOHN J. BARRY, Member. BISHOP ILVYES. awarded. The games are scheduled 10c in trade with 2 lbs. of H. V. COHN. Secretary. The Right Rev. Patrick J. Hayes. to begin at 2:30 and 8 o'clock. New Blend. Auxiliary Bishop of New York, was Sandwiches and coffee and other CARL V. GOBPPBR, Clerk. forty-nin- e years old Mondav. Ha refreshments will be served, and a JOHN M. MULLOY, observed the day quietly, but re- number of fine turkeys will be dis- to come and wnjoy themselves. St. S12 Went Market. ceived a large number of message posed of. The pator, the Rev. Ann's is located at the termlnun and congratulations. John T. Hill, tavKM all his friends of the Sixth street car line. DIVISION 4. Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, Due to the ereat demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, and if you have tried the rest get Jhe BEST. The cross country run, three and lf miles, uner the auspices PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. of tho Y. M. H. A., on the morning of Thanksgiving day at Cherokee Cumb. Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 Park, is creating great interest In THE Mackln Council, which has a crack CREATING INTEREST. one-ha- WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer. Notice to Taxpayers, Stig-ger- s, Bon-ne- ll h. hand-painte- hand-painte- NEW BLEND 2 65c I 1 1" . H ' It, i StevM i T . jwjxttijojcy .u..AuukuMMaMmMMimifMHM4MtMWl ?iiiii tAtaf4a 141ttfHttl f Goods Cci ) .. w sSri&ii: ambjicak. P, In JCiMMmiilLSknes& OP THJ5 OWNER-SHI3TATKMKKT MANAGEMENT, OIIlCUIiA-TIOETC., OP TIIE3CENX110KY . HUSH AMERICAN. Published weekly at iLouIsvifle, Kentucky, required by the Act of August 24, 1912. Post-Offlc- o Address, Name of Editor, William M. Wiggins, Louisville, Ky. Associate Editor, John J. Barry, Ix)ulBVllle, Ky. . . . I HERMAN I - rouHTHAveHue STRAUS wcaoMrra SONS markct J street We Oive end Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. w WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. pe Specialize In I m MEN NECKWEAR Publisher, The Kentucky Irish American Company, Louisville, Ky. Owners: (It a corporation, give names and addresses of stockholders holding 1 per cent, or more of total amount of stock.) William M. Hlgglns, Louisville, Ky. John J. iBarry, Louisville, Ky. tf ary H. Hlgglns, JJoulsvlllo, Ky. Known bondholders, mortgagees and other security holders, holding A per cent, or moro of total amount of bonds, mortgages or other securities: None. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN CO. WILLIAM M. HIGGINS. Sworn to and subscribed before mo this 30th day of September, 1916. HERMAN V. COHN, N. P. J. C. Ky. Commission expires Jan. 1C, 1920. A Sale of Sample Handkerchiefs at 55c The new fall" patterns are in a largegvariety of new and novel effects in stripes and all-ov- er designs. ll L J Drook and College, of which Rov. is the pastor. William Gausepohl Tne devotions will begin with solemn high mass tomorrow morning tferStewart's Men's Furnishings section is con- - and continue until Tuesday, thus closing these beautiful services for the ecclesiastical year. RECENT HEATHS. The funeral of Mrs. Mary Qulnn, of John Qulnn, who died at her homo, 1511 Rowan street, was held Wednesday jnornlng at St. Patrick's church, of which she was fl. faithful member. Mrs. Qulnn la survived by hor daughters, Mrs. Jane Guennessey and Mrs. Peter Noone: her son, Patrick Qulnn, and a sister, Mrs. Hannah O'Hara. widow and entrance. You are assured prompt service splendid selection of the best seasonable merchandisc. n;0Hv located iust outside the Walnut street U j ff j tffwwwa!!sB8atttttttiaaaa We have secured from two largo importers their entire line of Linen and Fine Cottoa 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 em dainty .White colored and broidered corner; in white and 5c edge; each colors; each handkerchief on a sample 300 Dozen Pure Linen Handregular 25c card; kerchiefs; with, novelty colored '. 15o value printing; pink, blue,- and lav900 Dozen All Pure Linen ender; regular 15c ' values; 10c Handkerchiefs; many with sheer each hemstitching; white or colored; 600 Dozen Very Sheer Lawn novelty embroidered ; regular Handkerchiefs; with white or 25c to 39c values; all imported; colored embroidery; flower in each 19c comer; regular 19c and 25c values; each., 12Vc 240 Dozen Very Fine n Sample Handkerchiefs; with em350 Dozen Jap Silk and Crepe broidered corner; regular 50c to and de Chine Handkerchiefs 75c all values; all imported; Dainty Colored Novelties; each 15c 25c regular 25c values; each All-Line- Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Stoves and Ranges at Mrs. Rebecca Bennlnger, widow of tho late Col. John A. Bennlnger, died Monday morning at her home, IKNIGBTS (IF OOUMBIffi 3 What They Have Been Doing 1403 South Brook street. She had 0 been 111 a month .from Brlght's disthe Past Week General ease. She is survived by two sons, Late News That Will Interest News Notes. Tony, of Wichita Falls, Texas, and Members Here and William, and a daughter, Mrs. V. J. Owens, of this city. The' funeral About fifty members are expected was held Wednesday morning from STILL THE BEST PLACE TO BUY to receive the degrees at the big St. Philip Nerl church. Evansville Council has assured its initiation Monday. Following a ten months' Illness support for the boy scout moveof Oswego, N. Y., The Hibernians Flahlff, ment. are giving a series of smokers to of tuberculosis George forty-fiv- e years old, passed away The athletic club is proving a big Increase their membership. morning at home, .moderate prices without trad-in- g The Hibernian Social Club gave Saturday avenue. He hissurvived 432 hit with tho members at Logans-por- t, Good Furniture by is Ind. a turkey euchre and lotto Thursday Marrett Miss Aleen Flahlff; a Another first degree Initiation at stamps. evening In Division 3's ciud nouse. his daughter, Flahlff, of Bardstown, brother, Tom Division G of Baltimore drew the and three sisters, Mrs. Ernest Auburn, N. Y., added ten more largest gathering In its history this Frank, Mrs. James Lindlo and Miss members. Next month there will bo a large month, when six new members Katie Flahlff. Funeral services were initiated. were held Monday morning at St increase In membership at PortThere will be a special meeting Paul's church, Rev. Father Donohoe land, Ore. Committees are preparing for a 415-41- 7 EAST MARKET STREET. of Division 4 tomorrow afternoon celebrating the mass of requiem. fourth degree exemplification at to dispose of the regular business evening. The funeral of Mrs. Freda Ott Oswego, N. Y. A class of fourteen received the The Hibernians of Columbus, Duerr, wjfo of John T. .Duerr, 912 Ohio, are doing earnest work to East Jefferson street, "took place first degree at Indianapolis at last ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account make a success of, the initiation on Thursday morning' from St. Boni- week's meeting. with this safe, conservative, Tho Washington linlghts have December 10, the last of. the year. face church, of which she was for you can add $1.00 or more Bank, to which Division 3 will hold Its annual years a devout and respected mem- sent a box of "goodies" to the Fifth 3 at any time. We add absolute safety and election of officers next Friday ber, i Besides hex husband she cavalry, "somewhere in Mexico." Last Sunday there was a fine evening, December 1, and President leaves Ave daughters, Freda, Elsie, per cent. No cost to you whatever. Catherine and Mary initiation at Salem, Ore. Another L. J. Maclcey urges a full attend- Margaret, same courteous attention eiven the The Louise Duerr, and five sons, Theo- will take place at Astoria on De ance. depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. and The Franklin County Board will dore, Joseph, John Llguori, Richard cember 10. of the Forty-thre- e candidates braved the hold Its last initiation of the year Duerr and Brother at at Columbus, Ohio, on December XaverianVa. Brothers sisters, Newport snow storm and cold wave in NeTwo Misses braska to bo initiated Sunday week Seooad aad Market 10, and officers and members are News, Under the Bi Clook Catherine and Mamie Ott, also at Norfolk. working for its success. " Government Supervision. State Last week 250 Knights and their Mrs. Mary McWhorter, National Grand Knight President, will soon visit St. Jo- ladles Patrick J. Nelllgan, sixty years Thomas surprised with a testimonial H. Qulnn Beph, Mo., for the purpose of organ' old 'and one pf tho nost widely Ladles' EDW. A. AXMAN tzlng a division of the parish. Aux known residents of tho West End, dinner at tho club house at Olean, HOME PHONE CITY 3238 DAN J. HENNESSY iliary in St. Patrick's r.uccumbed to a long illness of N. Y. The approaching visits of SuMembers of (the order and aux- diabetes Saturday morning at his Fall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. iliary will watch with Interest the home, 201C High avenue. He was preme Secretary McGinley and Sucareer of National President Mc- a native of this city and for many preme Knight EJaherty will be Laughlin, who has been elected a years was a recognized leader of events of importance for a number member of Congress from Pennsyl- the Democratic party. Mr. Nelllgan of Western councils. vania. Potomac Council, of Washington, was a member of the Ancient Order The suspension of the divisions in of Hibernians, the Red Men and D. C, conferred thoo first degree on of twenty-flvlast week, Jreland which adopted resolutions other fraternal societies, and was a class Council will initiate at the against partition may disrupt the a generous giver to the poor. Sur- Carroll Spalding December meeting the arbitrary his wife, 425 W. Jeffersan Street order. Members resent seceding from viving him areNelllgan, Mrs. Mary Council on January and iiPSTAio wniM 4. A. action taken and are Vetter and two P;schal Sherman, full blood brothers, John and Dennis Nelllgan, the National Board. of the Okawogan The young Indian unique lhe County Board held a recep- the latter of Indianapolis. distinction of tion Wednesday night In the funeral was held Tuesday morning tribe, has theof the scholarships do Colonial Auditorium at Pittsburgh, from St. Cecilia's church, when tho winning one the the proceeds for the charity fund. large attendance evidenced the re- nated by the order, beingenter only aboriginal American to the Five hundred tables were required spect in which ho was held. Catholic University at Washington. FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. for the euchre players. TYLER HOTJtfj. FREE SERVICE. Hibernians .of Portland, Ore., had TURKEY PRIZES. Thursday exercises appropriate Tho Tyler Hotel, enlarged, commemorating the .forty-nint- h night, turkey euchre and lotto will anniversary of the execution renovated and refurnished through- be Agiven under the auspices of the martyrs. Rev. out, and now one of the finest and of the Manchester best anywhere, will have its formal St. Louis Bertrand Church Debt 1101-0- 3 EAST BROADWAY. Patrick H. Delgnan, S. J., was the opening next Tuesday. The hotel and Building Fund next Tuesday principal speaker. will be open to the public for - in- afternoon and evening In Bertrand spection the entire afternoon, and Hall, Sixth street, near Oak. The ANNUAL. TURKEY CONTEST. Manager NIc Bosler extends a spe- committee In charge have secured cial invitation to the ladies. In the a large number of turkeys to be The annual turkey contest, euchre evening pate. Our rnethoa are uccesfuUy treated wlthont the opening dinner will be awarded both afternoon and evening f aclentiflo and sanitary. References, tne leadand lotto will be given by the memi original, many will be given the opporing phylclan and nnrgeoau. of Holy Cross church parish served in 8the beautiful XVI. ball- and bers 1883. Both phone. Suite 30B ...v- - Bldff. o'clock, and promises tunity of securing their Thanksgivnext Monday afternoonanu evening room at Games Bememher to be one of the most brilliant af- ing bird at a small cost. In Holy Cross Hall, Thirty-secon- d raD j.0R and 8:15 will bo Broadway, and a banner crowd fairs of the season. Thero will bo sharp. called at 2:30 and H DR. FRANK DAVIS AND WIFE is expected to attend, as these en- souvenirs for the ladles, and in tho Green Room the dinner guests will aiglttant tertainment features of tho West enjoy dancing. Mill Bell, ALARMS HIS FRIENDS. Broadway parish always bring tocrowd, gether a Jolly good natured Lawrence J. Veeneman, Secretary TRINITY COJDIUNION DAY. forward to a pleasant who look of the P. Bannon Sewer Pipe Comtime. The members of Trinity Council, pany, Is 111 and confined to his bed Y. M. I., will attend the 7 o'clock at the family residence, 750 South BIG HIBERNIAN INITIATION. Ho has been commass tomorrow morning in a body: Second street. at, St. Aloysius church, Baxter and plaining for some time and his Division 4. A. O. H., will hold a friends are apprehenslvo of a combig initiation In Berttrand Hall next Payne street, ' and receive holy com- plication of ailments. Earth oi munion, this being their annual Monday evening, wnen a ciass The Best Straight Whisky On day. Members will about fifty are expected to take the communion BENEFIT FOR SCHOOL. form degrees, the Initiation to be fol- o'clock,In the school hall at 6:45 by a big spread and luncheon lowed For the benefit of St. Michael's J INCORPOI-Vi-- lJ nt under the auspices of .the Entertainfree school there will be an TURKEY PARTY. It is expected ment Committee, when Tiiesdav afternoon Sole OwHrincUtered Diet. No. 32 ' be present a large attendance will evening In St. Michael's Hall, supper A euchre, lotto, order. A special West Main Street. from the local held tomorrow af- and turkey party, foroyster benefit of and South Brook street. Euchre and 220 Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 the meeting will be. will be a feature, for which be ternoon at 2:30 o'clock to transact St. Agnes' church, will in given by lotto turkey will be the prize. A the school a fine tho regular business of the semi- the Holy Name Society of turkeys will also monthly meeting and President building, Nowburg road and Speed goodly number among the votaries bo disposed of on Tuesday, John H. Hennessy urges all mem- avenue, called at 3 November 28. of tho wheel. For all who attend 8 p. m. Games bers to have pending .applications Tickets entitle one to and supper or to there will be a bountiful turkey edin turned In at this meeting. lor twenxy-nvplay. Free bus meets cars at Deer ner and supper cents. v Park avenue. TURKEY LOTTO. FURNITURE GREENE'S HIBERNIANS. WE WANT YOUR WORK We're Prepared to Do It Promptly Style. and in First-Clas-s JAS. GREENE Sixty-one-year-old PRINTING Cards, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Dodgers, Etc. Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty. HOME PHONE nday 946. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN i OlO VVESST GREEN OTieKJE'T. -- German Insurance BanK t HWHUVVWUWiWUMUUWUUUWWWWHWVWWWVWW NO MORE PAY DAYS! That time comes for every man. The only way to pre pare for it is to save something out of what you earn and put J it in a savin.a account at interest. 8A.VE FOR A HOME-SA.- VE FOR OLD AGE-SA- VE AND INVEST SAVE FOR A BUSINESS OPENING-SA- VE FOR INDEPENDENCE. We Hennessy Axman POPULAR PRICE TAILORS pay 3 per cent, on savings and help yon in your investments. AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES FIDELITY & COLUMBIA TRUST CO. COLUMBIA BUILDING, FOURTH AND MAIN. Capital and Surplus, $2,700,000. WWWVMIVMWWWWWMWWVWWWyMWWWWWWWMi FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. 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McRENNA ? T e ' Trinity Council, Y. M. I., will give a turkey lotto next Monday evening in its club house, Baxter and Morton avenues, turkey prizes to be the feature. The committee has arranged this feature to meet the increasing demand for special crowds at our o present enxeruuuuit:ui.; i Games will be called at 8 o'clock. form ..A.iAnwtfn4f 4nr Intfn nlaverfl. Who CHANCE FOR TURKEY. the biggest IT IS ALWAYS PURE- HL IU .. McKenna, Distiller. Fairfield, Jbj,; U JHkJl (' TORTY HOURS' PRAYER. The Forty Hours' devotioHS for the coming week here will be held In St. Mary Magdaleae's church- at vt irn "n "'fftvt M The married men of St. Boniface making" extensive are church annual preparations for their euchre, lotto and turkey disposal to be given on Monday and Tuesday, November 27 and 28, at St. Boniface Hall, Fehr avenue, near Jackson- Monday evening at 8 o'clock, euchre will be played and on Tuesday af.ternooa a't 2:30 and in tho evening at 8 lotto will be played, with many handsome article and turkeys for priwe. The men will serve hot coSe,aud bratwurst, and a ple&MRt time la assured all. t LINEN SHOWER. Next Thursday, Thanksgiving day, tho annual linen shower for tho boys of St. Thomas Orphanage will take place. This year tho boys will be tho guests and will bo entertained by the ladles, who will arrange a number of interesting games for their amusement. A cordial welcome awaits visitors at the orphanage on that day, when it is hoped there will be a generous downpour of bundles. Any article of clothing for boys from two to sixteen years of age will be gratefully received. P. t t BANNON PIPE CO. OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON Sewer aad Calvert Pipe, BaBBe-- 't Patent Llide- - Pise far Steam Ceaaalts, Wall CobIbb;, Draia Tile, TMrlfce BrkK, Fire Preena1, Flue LIbIb, Fire BricK Crate and Beiler Tile, Graaad Fire Clay, CklaiBey Tei. HOME PHONES CITY 573-1786. CU MB. MAIN 507, Brack, and Magnolia .Ave., Bet. 9tk and lOtb. Z WORKS' 13th ed , , jt I ' M HI r H 1 1 11 l"H"M"t"H-- l M1 li x IIHHltmi