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KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN NO. 23. platform of the Republicans will hardly bo received enthusiastically by Axton's colored supporters who can't forego their llttlo stick gin. Local Democrats are tickled over the prospects for next fall, as they realize that with Mr. Hert declaring for prohibition the local ticket will necessarily have to make their light on that platform, whether tho Individual candidates desire to do so or not. With this rosy prospect In sight many Democrats are beginning to make their announcements for the August primary. In addition to tho names of Sheriff Charley Cronan and Head, Alderman James B. Camp and Bingham are being touted by their friends, it being rumored that Bingham will take up a permanent residence at tho Seelbach in order to bo eligible. It may bo a race for County e Judge, as Judge Sam Greene, Mix, Tyler Barnett and Mark Beauchamp look like starters. In the Police Court Clerk's race Clay Hall, Will Dennis and Harry Nehan are mentioned, while it Is rumored that a West End Democratic leader will contest with Ed O'Connor for Bailiff, Clem Huggins is being mentioned as an uddltlon to the field against Judge Boldrlck in the same court. Over in tho Court House much Interest is being displayed in the Sheriff's race and rumor has It that If Al Emler is In bad health Alderman Joe Overberg Is being groomed by different leaders to step in the breach, and if he does will set a merry pace, being especially strong with the ward Chairmen and precinct workers. For somo reason or another many are being mentioned to contest with Pres Ray for the lucrative office of County Clerk, some saying that this is done because of interference in other elections of tho County Clerk's office, a certain of the Court House and his friends promising a campaign fund for tho primary. Charles Milllken, Dolph Schmltt and Ben Brumlevo aro being mentioned as possible starters. Precinct committeemen will bo chosen in the different districts this afternoon, and with tho organization of the committee announcements and combinations will bo made by or or or four-corner- ed Wilkoe Union Made Cigars. J VOLUME XXXVII. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1916. tho Government being connected with the case. The Jury thon returned and the 4 v italic prosecution began to introduce doc, )y tarn &,. umentary evidence by which it seeks to prove Watson's connection with I mailing the alleged obscene matter. Tho first hour Tuesday was taken up with attempts on tho part of the defense to introduce various books and publications, which it was claimed contained matter similar to that in Issues of tho Jeffersonlan and Watson's Magazine cited In tho Indictment. These wero ruled out. Watson was overruled In his efforts to compare his works with publications of United States Government VfeZiflr B6BttffJPiwlfeyy w 'fajy' r i" JfftfuMJi Jj t t ''Ww'Lsskxftt'LsBi jLiBiHkVfassLKK bureaus. Presiding Judge W. W. Lambdin uphold tho objection of District Attorney Earlo M. Donaldson. Watson, acting as his own counsel, also was overruled in attempts to show the motlvo Inspiring the articles cited In tho Indictment and on various other legal points. In an address beforo 800 Macon men at tho Capital Theater at Macon Monday afternoon, Dr. W. N. Alnsworth, pastor of Mulberry Street Methodist church and a leader In tho South Georgia Conference, declared Thomas E. Watson, tho Thomson editor, to bo Georgia's most dangerous man. "Somo men's thoughts and speech WOMEN PLOWING; IN FRANCE. make them veritable forces of infecMore than ever tho women of Franco have taken, up Uio labors of the men, on the street cars, in tion," said Dr. Alnsworth, "blasting They have made it possible for Franco to keep supplied with fighting men. factories and in tho fields. with careless thought and wicked speech a vast population of people. In my judgment, tho Hon. Thomas ideal. But stories; such as this E. Watson, endowed by Almighty and much other evidence that is God with as brilliant a mind as any available will show that this is not Georgian in this generation, has betho case. The Socialist party is a come so embittered that all the great mass of uncertainty and facJuices of his soul have turned to tionalism. It is bound to be so. All vinegar, until his writings and leadrevolutionary movements work In Socialist Straight Jacket Pin- this way. Throwing asido tho basic Is Again On Trial For Sending ership constitute him the most dangerous man in Georgia today." Idea of principle, they find that they ches and Party experiencing Obscene Articles Through must have somo shadow of principle ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION. Mails. Much Difficulty. at least to go by (If they wish In any way to proceed. Accordingly St. Mary's parish and his friend? Ideas and Ideals are adopted which celebrated tho twenty-fift- h anniaro very much liko stralghtjackets versary of tho pastorato of tho Very of tho Masses, Max East- to' those whom it is desired to keep Jury Selected and Case Started Rev. B. H. Westermann with imEditor In line. "Freedom of thought" pressive and beautiful church cereMonday in the Federal man, Shows Signs of the very fundamental of their own monial on Thanksgiving morning, association will not allow such a Court. Revolt. ending with one of tho most elegant state of affairs to continue and rebanquets ever served in this city at volt In time must come. That Is the Tyler Hotel in the evening. Tho the fate of all sects and extremist celebration began Wednesday evenof any kind The Socialist Party Is a Great movementsaccomplish so Because of Frequently Called Down By ing with an entertainment, free to very llttlo this they all, by the children and St. Cecilia's Mass of Uncertainty and United States .Tudgo toward tho real betterment of those orchestra In the school hall, this whom they are designed to aid. Lambdin. Factionalism. . being In tho naturo of a welcome. In the Socialist party tho working-maThe church presented a truly brilwill not find a movement for liant scene at 9 o'clock Thursday the benefit of himsolf' or his class. morning when the venerable jubil Sooner or later hd will discover It THEY DESERT THEIR PRINCIPLES to bo nothing more nor less than BIGOT MAKES A POOR SHOWING arian ascended the altar and began the celebration of the Pontifical a sect, with all the weakness and high mass, many being unable to helplessness that .that name Imgain admission. Right Rev Bishop plies. B. of C. V. tC. O'Donaghue and many of tho clergy The American Socialist party is The jury to try Thomas E. Wat- occupied seats, in tho sanctuary. APPOINTED DELEGATES. experiencing much difficulty of late son in the Federal District Court .at Father Westermann was assisted at In keplng its leading members in Augusta, Ga., on charges of, having the mass by Rev. G. W. Schuhmann, The Southern Commercial senUobscene llteraturo through the D. T., Rev. "George Weiss and Rev line. They havo a fatal tendency, nialls,--wa- s 'Selected, shortly- - before John O'Connor. Rev, T.JtReyer-manr- i, all radicals, to go off qirja D. C L., preacHed'an elotangent and desert their organiza- beginning December 14, and Louis- noon Monday and calling of witville will be represented by former nesses to try the case was Imme- quent and feeling sermon, in which tion and its principles. Tho Rov. Lieut. Gov. Edward J. McDermott, diately appeared was paid high tributo to Father Both Dr. Lunn, two times Socialist Mayor Ellorkamp, Oscar Fenley, John anxious begun. delay sides to trial, Westormann and the priesthood. An going not to of Schenectady, was a noteworthy G. Malone T. Klapheke, all and little time was lost, Watson augmented choir of fifty voices, acand J. W. example. He had much trouble during the course of both adminis- of whom were appointed delegate acting as his own lawyer. The companied by orchestra and organ, articles cited wero used in con- rendered an artistic musical protrations to get along with his party by Mayor Buschemeyer. nection with attacks on the Roman gramme under the direction of Prof, and finally was expelled from It for FOR MEMOKLVb DAY. Catholic church, and the publisher and Mrs. P. A. Stark. The banquet not listening to the dictation of the claimed at his previous trial that at the Tyler Hotel was presided over local on tho appointment of men to Tho Louisville Lodge of Elks certain of the phrases mentioned In by Henry Bosquet as toastmaster, public offices. He fired a parting from when congratulatory remarks were broadside at his former "comrades" will hold their annual memorial the Indictment wero taken in the Metropolitan Magazine, tell- day exercises tomorrow afternoon treatises dealing with the doctrine made by Bishop O'Donaghue, Father ing much about tho Socialist "ma- at 3 o'clock at the Elks' Home, for of that church, which had gono Schuhmann and Joseph Wuersch, who presented the testimonial of chine," and then completed his which Chairman John Schlldt has through the mails unquestioned. Before court recessed the case of the congregation. Father Westerrevolt UUs last election by running arranged a splendid programme. Hon. Edward J. McDermott has the Government and the defense mann made the closing address, for Congress from that district the Invitation of Exalted had been outlined and the first wit- singing of tho Tc Dcum ending the and being elected on tho Demo cratlo ticket. The Socialists havo Ruler Nathan Kahn and will deliver ness examined. Tho District Attor- festivities. Much pralso has been, taken such sonsolatlon as they can the memorial address, which will ney claimed he would show Watson given Messrs. Joseph Hubbuch, JoElks' was responsible for mailing the seph Wuersch and Joseph Nold, tho from tho fact that ho is to bo suc- bo well worth hearing. , widows will bo brought to the servarticles, and that they were obscene, committee who arranged for the ceeded In Schenectady by Dr. elected as a Socialist, but ice In automobiles. and that this was all that was nec- celebration. essary for conviction. expelled from tho party for tho HARRY BUSH. RECENT DEATHS. samo reason as caused Lunn's deWatson asserted that the language used was allowable because fection. r, Miss Frances Menne Bush and Mrs. Dora Loemker, aged of its motive, and cited Now comes Max Eastman, editor classical succumbed Sunday afternoon works which he said the "law might Robort T. Barry were quietly marof tho Masses, to tell his story of complaint. Tho Socialist party Is to a complication of diseases at tho ban." Ho also declared portions of ried Thursday afternoon of last dangerously near being a sect, he homo of her daughter, Mrs. Joseph the matter referred to were taken week at St. Louis Bertrand church. Her from Roman Catholic- theologies in The ceermony was performed by the saysr instead of tho political in- Kramer, G30 Flnzer street. strument of tho working class. The funeral was held Tuesday morning Latin, and asserted that the Roman Rev. Father Edmund A. Baxter, In wholo trouble Is that during the from St. John's church. Catholic church "prosecutes people the presence of only tho immediate Conley Miss Katherlne last election "Comrade" Eastman for telling Protestants what's in" families. was bridesmaid and Sam McMeekln of the theologies. Frank L. Rehm, brother-in-lapublicly expressed his preference' J. Q. West, Postmaster at Thom- was best man. Miss Bush wore a for ono of tho candidates of the James E. Fahey, succumbed shortly Burgundy "old parties" rather than for the beforo midnight Tuesday, following son, was put on tho stand by tho traveling gown of of black velour, velvet other, and tho Socialists did not an illness of a complication of dis- prosecution to show Watson's re- a French hat cortrimmed with like that at all. They said all sorts eases. Ho is survived by his wife sponsibility for mailing tho articles. sage bouquet ofermine, ofand avalley tho lilies of unkind things about him for not anu family. The funeral was held Tho defendant declined to admit supporting their own candidate In yesterday morning from St. Ed- this responsibility, as he had done and Mrs. Ward roses. Immediately after tho ceremony Mr. and Mrs. tho proper manner. In tho De- ward's chuTch at Jeffersontown. at his previous trial. Barry left for New York and Philapublication Governcember issue of his Announcement that tho Prof. Constantino Kollros, widely ment would ask for a mistrial if delphia, heforo going to Washington "Comrade" Eastman replies in his characteristic way. Ho gives a very known in musical circles and for Thomas E. Watson, acting as his to make their home. frank opinion of those who havo years a leading Catholic organist, own counsel "continued to introduce "excommunicated" him for Issuing died Tuesday afternoon at his homo, extraneous matter" into the case, ami iiniiwinntwiwn 2304 West Market, being 111 only an exchange of remarks between tho statement that ho did. NMSJSJSJMSJpaBIMBJHBJSH What tho Socialist party has to two weeks. He leaves two daugh- Watson and United States District do now, ho says, "is to get rid of ters, Mrs. Anton Pracht, Mrs. Jo- Attorney Donaldson which led Preall this sectarian dogmatism, this seph Seller and four sons, George, siding Judge Lambdin to request no oxpurgatorlus John, Joseph and Leo Kollros. "personal remarks between counsel" doctrinaire, Index modo of thinking and this Infatua- Funeral services were held Friday and warning from tho bench that if tion with an organization as an mornln gat St. Anthony's church, the defendant became "excited and end in itself. Let us try to use where ho was for many years a de- can not control himself," ho would our brains freely, lovo progress vout communicant. not be allowed to act as his own BBBbPBBBBH EBBBBkJbIbB BB1tt? more than a party, allow ourselves counsel, marked tho second day of twenty-foyears Watson's trial. Watson also said John Callahan, tho natural emotions of our species, and seo if we can get ready to play old and ill for three months, died "I'll answer to tho District Attora human part in the actual com- Sunday night at tho family resi- ney himsolf outside tho Toom." tSBBBBBBBBI BBSIft Vri ''' street. His Zuno 1234 plex flow of events. Tho great wis- dence, During this discussion, which aBBBBBBBM &''". dom of Karl Marx brought into the funeral was held Tuesday morning took place when at request of the B lBBBBBBS2S)tL ranks of social idealists was the from St William's church, attended District Attorney the jury had been recognition of the fact that the y many relatives and friends. Be- excluded from tho room, Watson BBBBBBBBBBBrrflHBr lljffSBWJ world will novor bo saved by cranks. sides his parents, Mr. and Mrs. charged that his Indictment and jtmEtwjfm BBSBBBSBh It will bo saved by great masses Peter Callahan, ho is survived by trial on charges of having sent obof normal beings acting in accord threo sisters, Mrs. W. A. Carney, scene matter through the mails was with the deepest instincts of naturo. Miss Kathorino Callahan and a a "most infamous persecution" and HHWy ifxTSriia? ' aMBassI In tho name of Marx, however, the nun, Sistor Paul, of tho Convent of that ho was "not surprised that tho Socialist party of America Is trying Mercy, and two br&thors, Michael District Attorney is asharned of to become a party of puro cranks. and Thomas Callahan, himself." Ho also declared the Too mnny of its members want it Roman Catholic church is behind to bo a party of puro cranks. That Early Monday morning tho spirit this case." After Judge Ldmbdln Is tho trouble with it. That is why of Mrs. Anna McKlernan, 2130 had twice requested order Mr. DonUF J&SBBKffll JfaSsBBBBSBBBtt'fl tho membership falls off although West Broadway, wldew of John aldson informed the court that if IB tho voto increases." passed from tho midst of Watson continued "despite repeated That is a very valuable bit of loving relatives and friends on this rulings of tho court" to assert that Information for somo people to take earth to tho shoro of tho great be- "the Roman Catholic church is beto heart and remember. There is yond. Mrs. McKlernan was born in hind this prosecution," and to make . MEXICAN WOMAN. a temptation for workingmen to Ireland sixty-foyears ago, but for "similar statements" that the prowife Venustlano think that within the ranks of the nearly half a century this city had secution would "be compelled to ask of Senora Provisional Carranza, President of tho party is to be found the been her home. Socialist Judge Lambdin Sho was tho for a mistrial." solution of all their difficulties. The mother of John, James and Thomas stated that the indictment had been Mexico. speaking to one as yet McKlernan, also another son and regularly returned by a Federal Socialist, in HOSPITAL RETREAT. without the pale, pictures all things three daughters. The funeral was grand jury, that tho District Attorso beautifully, and appeals to a conducted Wednesday morning from ney when ho came Into office found certain sense of selfish idealism, Sacred Heart church, Rev, Patrick the case on the docket, and that in The Rev. Edmund Baxter, O., P., making one fondly Imagine that in Walsh offietetlng at the requiem Federal courts the Government is of St. Louis Bertrand's, conducted the Socialist movement is to be high mass and apeaklng ia high the sole prosecutor, and therefore the retreat thte week for the Sisters battling praise of the Christian life of the he ruled out "statements aa to mo- of Charity at Sts. Mary and Elizafound only "comrades" harmoniously together for the great deceased. tives" or persoss sot eoaneeted with beth HoepHal. PRICE FIVE CENTS. REPUBLICAN Lenders Itcndy to Vent Spleen on Much Abused Liquor Men. line. Another blow to Axton's prospects just now Is tho prohibition f ,y. -- f -- ANXIOUS. Planning to Placate Ireland as Hatred For England Grows. - ; --- llert and llnswcll Blnine Personal Misfortunes on AVcts In Politics. . Prohibition Programme a Blow to Axton's ' , Mayoralty Hopes. FIELD OF British Lenders Consider mediate Enforcement of Home Rule. Im- .Announced May Try Voluntary Enlistment Campaign Under Duke of Conuaught. Lor-aln- 9IG CANDIDATES SINN FEIN HAS MULTIPLIED All the world loves a game sport, who when ho loses 'takes his defeat with a good grace and accepts the Tesult philosophically when fortune refuses to smile on him, but judging from the attitude of Republican National Committeeman Hert and Republican State Central Committeeman Haswell they are not In a very good humor over the recent defeat. Both came out in published statements this week venting their .spleen on the liquor interests, whose conduct In politics Mr. Hert says is .becoming unbearable. Politicians as a rulo don't know whether Mr. Hert is aiming at J. W. McCulloch, the Owensboro politician and former Republican leader, when ho condemns the liquor. men in politics, but they do say that Mr. McCulloch and 'his friends aro chuckling in their sleeve over tho election result In Kentucky. It will be Temembered that this past summer after a great deal of political chicanery the T Owensboro man was turned down by tho Republican convention delegates from Kentucky at the national convention in Chicago, his place as National Committeeman being given to A. T. Hert, the millionaire and new factor. To many tills looked like a little bit of. ingratitude on the part of Kentucky Republicans, as Mr. McCulloch had made some able fights lor tho party in the past and was well liked by both Democrats and Republicans, his leadership being due to merit and because of his financial standing. Immediately following tho convention new honors were thrust upon Hert, the new Moses of tho party, he being, made "' "'Chairman df ,the Western, national" campaign, and the RepubilcaiTpress statements bristled with of Chairman Hert, who told the newspaper men that in addition to the West being for Hughes the pub-It- e would seo old Kentucky in the Republican column. There is no doubt but thdt many of the Republican leaders believed this latter statement and the Eastern newspapers all put Kentucky In tho doubtful column. The day after election it appeared that Wilson would have about 18,000 majority In this State, hut as the returns came in tho majority kept piling up until it reached close to 30,000, this being beyond the most sanguine hopes of the Democrats. That Mr. Hert was lri good standing at O. O. P. headquarters is shown In the final financial statement published tho other day, the Republican expense account for Kentucky being over $64,000, and it is a safe bet that this enormous amount was only allotted to Kentucky because the Republican campaign committee believed Mr. Hert knew whereof he spoke. No wonder the 'McCulloch faction aro chuckling over tho result and no wonder Mr. Hert and Mr. Haswell have como out for prohibition. at the Mr.. Harwell's Indignation liquor mon in politics probably comes because of tho awful drubbing he received on election day in his raco for Congress. Ho was the Republican nominee In tho Fourth district against Congressman Ben Johnson and was defeated by a majority for that district, which abounds in" distilleries, "this latter faot probably accounting for Mr. Haswell's grievance against liquor in politics. The Louisville originally classed Herald, which Hughes" as a sphinx, but took that end when it found Hughes' campaign money talked (the Herald getting 15,447.50), gives great promin-enc- e to the statements or rather grievances of Messrs, Hert and Haswell and foolishly says that tho districts which supported Hughes in Kentucky are dry anyway. Tho only two districts carried by Hughes :are tho Tenth and Eleventh, embracing tho entire moonshine whiskey district, where the Federal officers have been working for half a century in destroying Illicit stills and fighting with the mountain moonshiners. And the Herald calls these dry districts. Hert and Haswell's advocacy of played prohibition has already havoc In tho local Republican ranks, as many of the local Republican leaders see breakers ahead for Axton's candidacy for Mayor and "verifies tho statement made In these columns beforo that Hort will not support Axton, but wants Instead a Tmslness friend of his to head tho ticket. Axton can't espouse tho prohibition cause because of tho closo relation 'of his tobacco business to the liquor business, and tho local Axton leaders, Ous Neurath, Robert Harris, Russell Hart, Bob Donahue, Marshall Bullitt and others are connected with or aro closely identified' with the liquor interests. The machine, which control's the local G. O. P. organization, is "in a pretty pickle, as Ms principal workers are Axton men, bat the machine will have to bow to the wishes of Hert or there will be stotfttag daiag is the campUga fund pre-electirecord-breaking ---cy TROUBLES. TOM WATSON ial the wholesale. n ADVENT. Tho ecclesiastical year of the church begins with the holy season of Advent, about four weeks beforo Christmas. For every faithful child of tho church it ought to be a matter of joy and thanksgiving that with tho opening of this new year of tho church begins also a season of special devotion to tho Queen of. Henven.. The word. Advent means "the coming" and has reference to tho coming of Jesus Christ, tho world's Redemer. through tho intervention of Mary the Virgin During these four weeks of Advent tho church goes back in spirit to tho four thousand years which preceded the real and veritable coming of Christ to tho earth, by mystery of the invirtue of tho carnation. During that long and gloomy period of time tho world sighed, yearned and hoped for tho Tho Lord had said solMcsslas. emnly to tho serpent tempter in the garden, "I will put enmities between thee and tho woman . . . she shall crush thy head." From the time those words were uttered poor, fallen, helpless man ceased not to long for tho coming of thai Virgin who was to conceive and bring forth tho Son who was to bo called Emmanuel "God with us." Thus Advent is not only a season dovoted to tho Son of God made man, but also to his highly favored mother. If you would observe every year tho holy timo of Advent In union with your holy church, then you'should pass those solemn days in rejoicing that Mary was chosen, In giving thanks because sho accepted that sublime dignity. As a means of giving outward practical expression to such joy and such thanks, wo suggest to ou tho beautiful dovotlon of tho Angelus, and would recommend you to perform It with unwonted fervor at sunrise, noon and sunset. Mothqr. as-wi- th -- ed Stela-mctz- fifty-fou- w wMH ur m Representativo tana. ELECTED TO CONGRESS. Miss Jeanctto Rankin, elected at largo in Mon- ur CONDITION LWKOVING. The people of St. Columba's parhis legion of friends throughout the city will be rejoiced to know that the Rev. Father John D. Kalaher Is now much better and steadily Improving at St. Joseph's Infirmary, where he has been seriously ill since October. ish and Tho New York Tribune's London correspondent says no responsible Englishman attempts to minimize in tho slightest degree the present position of affairs in Ireland. Without going Into the merits of tho executions of tho leaders of tho rebels, it Is common knowledgo that tho number of Sinn Felners since tho rebellion has multiplied enormously. It Is practically admitted that the country seethes with tho bitterest hatred of England. Take ono small Instance. It is impossible, whatever might be the wages offered, to persuade an Irish maid servant to accept work across tho Englishmen Channel. generally, both from policy and inclination, aro anxious to put an end to this state of affairs, which in tho midst of a desperate war can only be de scribed as dangerous. It is no longer merely a question of home rule. There are two points involved of vital importanco to tho British Empire. One is that Englnod is fighting with a vicious enemy at her back. Tho other is that Ireland has, to all intents and purposes, ceased to 6end recruits to tho British army, which needs them badly. The problem is whether a settlement can be reached which will solve both questions at once. Among tho Innermost governing circles a belief is growing that such a solu tion is possible. The central part of the plan, which may be put in operation any moment, Is tho immediate enforcement of home rule, which has been on the statute book for mbro than two years. This move would domuoh4o romovedieeatifc-- factlon in Ireland, and would unquestionably lessen the distrust of England. The next step, it is suggested, would bo to make an effort to carry on the government of Ire land for the time being by a committee of six, giving two members to each of the three main sections in Ireland. Redmond and Devlin would of course represent the Nationalists, Carson and possibly Col. Craig might represent tho Orangemen. There is good reason to believe that tho Sinn Felners would bo content to leave themselves in the hands of George Russell the famous Irisli poet and Sir Horace Plunkott. If these six could bo induced to work together it seems as if a largo amount of union could bo obtained in Ireland. It Is thought that Sir Edward Carson and John Redmond would have no objection to a cooperation of this kind. Thero is more doubt whether tho Sinn Felners would consent to associate with tho Nationalists. All responsible people now agree that to attempt to force conscrip tion on the Irish in tho present state of feeling would bo simply inviting disaster. It Is unquestionably a matter for persuasion and not force. And It Is accordingly suggested that If a new form of government can remove tho distrust of the Irish and win back their good will, then a voluntary recruiting campaign on a great scale should bo started. There is talk of placing tho Duko of Connaught, who Is extremely popular in Ireland, at the head of tho campaign, and undoubtedly his personal Influence would go Many highly far toward success. people, who placed and know Ireland, think that tho scheme is worthy of trial. They rely partly on the known characteristics of Irishmen. It is a mistake to think that Ireland Is Indifferent to tho fate of other small nations. The substitution of Gen, Sir Bryan McMahon for Sir John Maxwell as Commander-in-Chie- f of tho army In Ireland is tho first Indication of a change in tho policy of the British Government since tho rebellion last April. Sir John Maxwell was sent to Dublin virtually as a military dictator. His duty was to suppress tho rebellion. Whether lie suppressed It with undue severity is a point that futuro historians will decide. But no man given such a duty could bo expected to bo loved in Ireland, and it has been obvious for somo time "that so long as tho political situation rendered Sir John's stay imperative it would bo Impossible to make any change In policy or attempt to ovorcomo tho dlsllko and distrust of England among tho Irish. Tho new commander is an Irishman, a Galway man and a Roman Catholic. He will bo associated In tho government with H. E. Duko, the sew Chief Secretary, who is unquestionably sympathetic to Ireland, and Sir Patrick Byrno, tho Under Secretary, who also Is a Roman Cathlevel-headed fe. olic. There is llttlo question that this triumvirate has a good chaace of winning the confidence of Irteknen. But they have an enormous task la front of them in any attempt to win back by their own fforta the sympathies of Ireland, O JKBOPtJOK: KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. EVERY SATURDAY. ,HnM to the Social ad Moral AirMccmaest el klrti AawrksM asd CaftreUci OtficlaUy Indorsed by Aneteat Order ol Htfeerelans, Young Men's Institute ud Catholic Kalgk of Ataerte. PUBLISHED XjRISJBC -- A.3MDB?3BfcIO-AJ!:. THE SOUTH'S HIGHEST CLASS DEPARTMENT STORE KENTUCKY IWI8H AMKHICAN PHtWTtNQ CO., IncorperHed, Putllrttw SINQLB COPY 5 INSCRIPTION PRICE, ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR AMnM bM KuufmunStmuB INCORPORATED (En WE GIVE AND REDEEM GOLD STAMPS. flatter. t U WaTWJPgtle m Sw oad-Cto the KtNTtKKJ HMSH ABWCN,J-2- I Wt ConairalMttoM BaUf U (bwi Si. ( TRADES (Vt scsfss jtfij COUNCIL j .QESaiiCSJ- - Like Looking Into Christmas Is This Wonderiul LIIVILVLE. KY SATURDAY. DECEMBER 2, 1916. SALUTE OUIl BISHOP. Wo salute our good Bishop, who ulate tho consumption and conserve on Thanksgiving day celebrated the the supply of foodstuffs warrants anniversary of his birth. Bishop the surmise that John Bull is being O'Donaghue was ordained Septem- hard hit In his most tender spot, ber 6, 1874; consecrated Bishop on tho stomach. .April 25, 1900, and on February AVIIAT FIGURES SHOW. 7 next will celebrate tho seventh anniversary of 'his transfer to LouisParadoxical as It may seem, of ville. Congratulations. ficial figures show that despite the greatly increased area of tho "dry" ENGLAND EVER HOSTILE. sections of the country, there hat Our Government received another been no decrease In the consumption rather unpleasant surprise when of intoxicating liquors. In 1892 the notification was received at Wash- consumption per capita was approx Itight Roy. Denis O'Donaghue, tlie to resort to drastic measures to pel any such claim. Tho announced purpose of tho English Government reg- TOY STORE Now Open 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. England's plan to drain Ireland conscription is being condemned Be a nl over the civilized world, the tin justice being glaring when It Is con Brass Beds 89c to $3.50. sldered that there are over 3,600, Horns, 25c. r5c, 95c. Violins, 35c and 59c, Pianos 25c to $13.50. Tea Sets, 25c. 50c. 59c. 85c, 1.00. 11.25, from military 000 yet exempted White Dressers $1.00 to $12.00. $1.75. 42.25. service in Great Biltain, these fig FAVOR PROSELYTING. Cupboard with glass door $2.75 and $3.25. Iron Passenger Trains, 25c, 50c. ures being given by Richard Hazle- Chiffonier $1.69 to $18.30. Fire Engines, 25c. 50c, $1.25. The Tecent Baptist State conven- ton, jr. P. No wonder that John Doll High Chairs 85c to $1.75. Hook and Ladders 65c and l.2S. White Rocking Chairs 89c to $5.30. tion held here went on record as Bull's allies are complaining, as It Hose Reels 1.25. Water Towers l:25. Toy Tables 25c to $6.50. Eagle Range 23c. 50c. favoring proselyting among Cath- It evident that King George's sub Children's Straight Chairs 50c to $5.00. Donkeys, Ducks, EleWooden Animals John J. Sullivan, and Henry Robert olics, the following resolution being Jects are not doing their bit. KCflO&MCftQSCKMCWeKwCoCBCWwOQPfcffwCwij $6.75. Doll Buggies 43.00-tphants $1.25. Ennis, solemnized at noon at Holy adopted: Humpty Dumpty Circus 50c, $1.00, $1.35. Circus Wagon with Caged Lion 59c. Name church, Rev. John O'Connor, $2.25, $2.75. $3.30. $5.50. $9.00. NECESSARY TO EDUCATION. Christmas Tree Stockings 25c. 50c, 1.00, "We recommend that discreet tho pastor, performing tho cereTool Chests 50c. 75c, $2.50. $2.75. $4.00. J2.00 and 15.00. mony, which was witnessed by a missionary supporters be put to $6.95. $12.95. Drums 25c, 50c. $1.00. $2.00, $3.00. $4.50. entering the business Beforo large gathering of friends of the work in the Catholic centers of popRoly Polys 10c. 25c. 50c. $1.00 and $1.25. Lead Soldiers 50c. $1.25. $1.75. $2.50. bride and groom. Swords 35c, 65c. ulation in Kentucky to distribute arena of today it is necessary to Animal Target, with gun and bullets, 50c. Memphis, Edmund F. Higgins, of Character Dolls 25c. 50c, 59c. 65c. 98c, $1.25. good literature among them. We are have special knowledge of or trainThe Robber Kitten Game 25c. JEFFERSONVILLE. was here on a visit this past week. $1.75 and up to $7.50. College Boat Race 25c. profoundly convinced that the meth ing for the work determined upon. Baby Dolls 35c. 75c. $1.75, $2.25. Football Game 25c. Monday morning at 6:30 o'clock so successfully in The young man or woman who is ods which work $5.oo. $6.50. $7.50. week-en- d Jointed Dolls $3.50. visWoodland Shooting Game 25c. James Egan Rev. Father Halpin, pastor of St. attending college or university Is itor registered was a Kewpie Dolls 25c, 29c, 35c, 50c, 59c. Catholic countries will work among The New Hunting Game 50c. at tho Frankfort Auugstlno's church, Jeffersouville, Erector Sets $l.oo, $2.00, $2,50. $3.oo. $5.oo. Home Baseball Game 50c. Catholics in this country if followed Invariably asked "For what are you Hotel. officiated at the marriage of Miss $7.50. $15.00. The Gypsy Fortune Telling Game 50c. fitting yourself?" This generally is up." Electric Trains $6.00. $6.75, $7.50, $9.50. Parker's War Game $1.00. Mis. W. D. Huffman spent last Ethel Tyler and James E. Buehler, The methods spoken of in other meant in a practical way as to week at Stlthton visiting Mrs. Laura a locomotive fireman. Immediately $10.00, $12.00. $16.50. $18.50. Grasshopper Tennis $1.00. after the ccermony they loft on a Mechanical Trains $1.25. $1.50. $2.00, $2.25. Drawing Sets $1.00. countries are in force .in Italy, Bap- trade, business or profession. In Fischer. wedding trip. 'Both are well known $3.50. Rope Toss 50c, $1.00. mission- other words, what are your qualitist and other Extra Cars 25c, 50c and $1.00. Game of Golf $1.00. to residents of Jeffersonville. Leland aries using Immense sums of Amer- fications for earning material suc- spend the Hoerter left Monday In Electric Transformers $5.00, $6.50. Stone Building Blocks 50c, $1.00, $1.25, Thanksgiving holiday place, power Electric Reverse Base 75c. ican money to wean the poorer cess, such as wealth, HOLY NAME SMOKER. $2.25. $4.75. Chicago. Railroad Tunnels $2.50. ABC Blocks 10c. 25c. 50c. 89c. $1.25. Catholics away from their religion or Influence, all of which are justiRailroad Stations $2.75. $4.75. . Celluloid Dolls 25c, 50c, $1.00. $1.50. The next of the series of smokers Mrs. L. C. Steighler has as her by bribes of food, clothing, etc. Yet fiable ambitions well worth secur.. Railroad Viaducts $1.59-White Beds 69c to $1.75. under ing. But for the Catholic youth holiday guest her cousin, Miss Nell piven Name the auspices of the right here at home we see desperate Holy Society of St. Louis attempts of these same Baptists to who Is taught from infancy that M. Flnnegan. Bertrand churph will be held object of his creation Is that get the male members of their tho Dan Murphy, of Panama, Is the Wednesday evening dn Bertrand he know God, love Him and serve guest of his sister, Mrs. C. P. Hall, and will be presided over by church to attend Sunday-schooRev. It. G. Lyons, chaplain. Col. brass band methods and posters be- Him, and that the whole world Stucky, in Hillcrest. Corns Bunions and Callouses Removed Willie nt PhiB Malcolm Elliott, U. S. A., who is gained Is not compensation for tho Ingrown and Abnormal Treated. ing used, but still the published figstationed here at present, will lecCharles McDevIt and John Kenures of the results of this cam- loss of a soul which Christ died to nedy were In Fiankfort Monday ture on the "Panama Canal," he having been connected with the enpaign show that only a pitiful hand- ledeem, education must have a and Tuesday on a business trip. gineering department of tho great broader and deeper meaning. The ful of men respond to the call, one A musical programme Bowman enterprise. Little Miss Catherine truly of the leading Baptist churches con- Catholic Union and Times INSTRUMENTS STERILIZED Mattingly has ben visiting her aunt, wll be rendered In addition. fessing to an attendance of sixteen says to know God is the height and Miss Mollie Mattingly, at Both Phones '1 1 30 500.7 Starts Bnildinfc. TYLER HOTEL OPENS. last month of tho men's class. Con- breadth and depth of education. To seivo Him and keep his com sidering this fact, it would appear Tuesday thousands of our citizens Horns, City 3101 Cumb. South OGG-Col. M. J. this city, tc an outsider that a little of that mandments is the highest form of was among Brennan, of registered attended the formal opening of the the visitors discipline, without which Hotel, now enlarged, remoddiscreet missionary work could be' character at West Baden Springs the past Tyler and eled redecorated ithroughout education oftentimes proves to be week. used to more advantage than in & and conceded to be one of tho finest to wean Catholics away from a curse rather than a blessing. It in this country. From basement to INCORPORATED. T. Mr. and Mrs. their religion, and as they doubt- is because the church desires to im have with them John weekMalone tenth floor bouquets and flower dethis their signs less know a fallen Catholic is not a plant in tho heart of the child this daughter, Mrs. Thomas Hogan, of abounded, donations to the Quality Jellico Coal. popular manager, Nic Bosler, and love for God that sho so carefully St. Louis. great asset to any religious sect. his staff. The climax of tho day's guards the education of the little Office and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue Mrs. John O'Brien, 826 Cather- festivities came with the evening Fifth ones of the flock. H03IE FIRST. It Is because ine street, New Albany, is recover- dinner, when over 300 men and she realizes that without God we ing (from tho effects of a fall at her women the latter gayly gowned Over 300 American citizens are are Besidenca and bewltchingly beautiful gathOSct at sea, and thercforo from kin- home when her shoulder was ELECTION IN DECEMBER. now serving In the French army, dergarten to university 2828 Ctaxland Ave. 2308 Oarland Ave. ered about banqueting boards in the tho church Home Phone, Shaw. 478-Cumb. Phone, South which causes one to think that if Louis XVI. ballroom on the ninth The regular monthly meeting of has ever been jealous of education, these patriots were soldiers from a jealous of the little souls Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Sheridan floor and made merry for more Division 1, A. O. H., held Thursday Chimney Company that have left Wednesday morning to spend than two hours while they enjoyed of last week In Llederkranz Hall, standpoint of a duty they think been placed in her keeping. The "light was not o3 well attended by the dinner. The Thanksgiving as the guests of their a Overhauling and repairiag steam or hot air furnaces a specialty. owing to France, they might be care of a soul Is a fantastic" capped the night's round members as It should be, but a tremendous re mother, Mrs. Prompt service to all ports of the city. reminded that duty, like charity, sponsibility. Too often do persons Newark, Ohio. Bernard Sheridan, at of pleasure. large gathering is expected next begins at home, and these eame meeting, as the election of officers shirk that obligation, but when tht TKINITX'S ELIK3TION. for the ensuing year will tako place Col. and Mrs. P. H. Callahan left swashbucklers could be used Just books are opened they will bo held Select Your Xmas and matters of Importance will be Tuesday for New York, where they now on our Mexican boundary lino. to, Trinity Council, Y. M. I., will hold before the members to discuss and of strict accountability. Our God will join their daughter. Miss Edith Its annual election of officers next act upon. President Mark Ryan oc Is a kind and forgiving Father, Callahan, who is attending school, Monday JUST PUBLISHED FROM HITS TENDER SPOT. evening and President Ben cupied the chair, with all the other but Ho is also most just, and woe and spend two weeks. THE BOOK Or THE PERIOD. Sandmann requests a full attend officers present. Tho Secretary read It is quite evident from the tenor be unto him who fails to do his The Charles C. Oswald and Miss Re- ance of the members. The lotto an Invitation from Division 4 to at bellion, best written account of tho Reits History, Causes and Leadof tho recent debate In thejlouso of duty when the salvation of a soul is becca White were quietly wedded committee will report on tho lotto tend their great Initiation exer ers. held Monday evening, which was a cises and musical entertainment at Completely documented, calmly and on Thursday evening of last week Lords that England Is suffering in question. by men at St. Anthony's, Rev. Father Sera financial success and reflects credit Bertrand Hall on Monday evening, dispassionately writtenIrish affairs, and o much more from the submarine women and with on the committee in charge. In- November 27, which was duly re- friends intimate Dead Patriots. phim performing the ceremony. of tho terest in Trinity's bowling league ceived and accepted. A communicathat Germany has been waging The Federal Reserve Board warns The Irish Rebellion of 1916 and its Martyrs 427 paces; 46 illustrations; than the news censor permits the American bankers against locking The Stork brought a nice little still continues unabated because of tion from the Louisville $2.70. 244 E. MARKET STREEr Association was read and re- $2.50 net; postpaid 12.70. public to know. The situation as de- up their funds by purchasing treas boy to the home of Mr. and Mrs. tho close race, only seven games $2.50 net; postpaid The Secretary was inSt. Xavier difference between the standing of ceived. by Lord Beresford, and not ury bills of foreign governments. Aloyslus Link, 2620 picted the leaders and tho team In eighth structed to notify by letter all memBrook and Floyd. denied by those speaking in defense Placing our money with England Btreet, and on Thursday there was place. Many good bowlers are be- bers to be present at tho next meet Rogers Church Goods Co. a real Thanksgiving In ihonor of la now the peril to United States ing developed among tho members ing, it being tho last in this year, of the Government, Is seemingly far the new arrival. 129 S, FOURTH AVE. as shown by the Increasing averages, and a vast amount of important more serious than people realize, banking. After Miss Eleanor Coyne and John B. among them being Phil and Ben business Is to be transacted. while the Admiralty does not apWellendorff, Sievert, With ten new Cardinals created Chasteen were united In marriage Sandmann, Donnelly, Falk, TImmel, the regular routine business was fin THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT pear to be ablo to copo with lit efished the meeting adjourned to meet on Dolllnger, church. at the coming consistory, tho Sa- at St. William's fectively. It is so serious, in fact, Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Metcalfe, Hennessy, Murphy, Landes again on Thursday evening, Decem n ber 28. that the Government Is admittedly cred College will have Miss Norlne Riley and William L. and others. becoming apprehensive, unless some members, more than it has had for Riley were tho attendants. MOMENTOUS INITIATION. CATHOLIC ORPHAN SOCIETY. means are discovered wherewith to many years. Miss Helen Meschendorf, of this check tho undersea marauders, lest On Monday evening Division 4, A. Central officers of (the Catholic city, and Miss Helen English, of Tho Sacred Heart Leaguo inten- Now Albany, who are students at u. H., neid a grand initiation meet- Orphan Society for tho year 1917 England bo unable to obtain an adehomo to spend ing in Bertrand Hall, Indeed a will be nominated by members of quate supply of essential commod- tion for December is "Conversion Nazareth, were momentous affair, a class of fifty tho society at a meeting to be held Thanksgiving day with their ities. As tho Catholic Advance says, of tho Mahommedans." being Initiated' into tho Ancient Or- tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at may still rule tho waves, Britannia der of Hibernians with all the cere- St. Vincent's Orphanage on Payne Tomorow will be tho fist Sundaj but tho submarines of her enemy A delecatlon of friends and rela monies usually performed on such street. Every member who can do tives 'descended on the residence of occasions. The degree team, under so Is urged to attond. The election have presented a problem to her of Advent. MULLOY'S COFFEE Mr. and Mrs. John J. Barry, of the immediate supervision and In- takes place December 17 at the that detracts considerably from the West St. Catherine street, Monday struction of Lieut. John Maloney, various branch meetings, at which All the late ind sew Styi s and Shpti NEVER, NEVER. force of the boast. They flaunt their Is the best coffee value offered. ovonlng in honor of their tin wed- performed their duty In a com- time officers for the branches will ea-bfound oit- at r?rnable prlcet. If you want a delicious, InexpenMuey periscopes beneath tho eyes of ding anniversary, and came well mendable manner, while tho male bo chosen. If prohibition would only make sive coffee, this proud mistress of the seas and places as dry as prohibition speeches supplied with every article of tin cnoir selected for the evening Irish melodies, with flute CATHOLIC DOOTIUNE. from a tin whistle to tho festive TRY OU- Rboldly defy her. It was not so long It would be all Tight, but it doesn't, BROS. and violin accompaniment by John ago that the Government spokes- never did, never will, and lastly growler. E. Browne. A course of Instruction in tho Without Intermission IMPORTERS men in Parliament assured tho Brit- never can. Miss Mary Louise Meiman and songs, speeches, Irish reels, jigs and doctrines of religion as held by tho 5C FINE WINES AND LIQUORS. 2 1.2 I.bs. Charles A. Reinhart were united in hornpipes were rendered and danced Roman Catholic church, which is ish people that submarine warfare marriage at St. Boniface church with exquisite steps by members to cover a period of five years and VISITS OLD HOME. had bwi practically suppressed. The Distillers and Wholesale DealSpecial rebate ticket good for morning Thanksgiving with a who are adepts In this lino. Lunch Is to progress simultaneously over ers in Finest Barnda of Ken 10c in trade with 2 lbs. of Intimation was conveyed that so Rev. John H. Riley, pastor of tho nuptial mass at 0 o'clock, the cere- eon and refreshments In abundance the entire archdiocese of Chicago, tucky Whiskies, especially. New Blend. John has been provided by Archbishop successful had been the methods Church of the Annunciation at mony being performed by Rev. were served, and President The first Instructions Thanksgiving Father Linus. .Both are well known Hennessey took care that every one Mundeleln. adopted that most of the pesky lit- Shelhyvllle, spent JOHN M. MUIXOY, relatives at his and popular In Catholic circles In present was waited on. This most are to begin next Sunday, "which Is friends tle boat had been either captured with hnmet at and Ttlver. enjoyable affair was kept up to a the first Sunday la Advent. The 212 West Market. nlrl BOTTLED IN BOND. Ma. Ho or destroyed. Tfieir recent acuv- nlui atanriMl- Fall TV&ahtnrtnn . ami the East End. late hour, when all retired, de- - Instructions are to be given at low at 234 S SIXTH STREET TttyHl90. tiles, however, are sufficient to die- - ,nw York. miw. Mlws Mayme Bender and Raymond lighted wKh the entertainment. by 16 ington that tho British Foroign Ofllce has sent Ambassador Pago a noto definitely refusing to grant a safe conduct to Count Adam now TarnowBkl von Tarnow, tho Ambassador to tho United States. This action may lead to another controversy, as it had not been doubted that Great Britain would bo the last to deny a of tho privileged character on such diplomatic representative a voyage. Always perfidious Albion. Austro-Hungarian imately seventen gallons, while last ear it was over twenty. This would Indicate less actual prohlbl tlon than outward signs might in dicate. IKEIjAXP TO SUFFER. Right Rev. Denis O'Donaghue, Celebrates COMING EVENTS. Sixty-eight- h Birthday. McDonald were married at St Frances of Rome church Thanksgiv ing day, Rev. Father Thomas White Entertain- officiating at the ceremony. Tho December ment, "Jollies of 1916," auspices of bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. local Elks for Christmas charities. George C. Bender and is popular enter- in East End social circles. The December 17 Christmas tainment by St. Leo's school chil- groom is well known among tho younger generation and has a 'host dren in evening. Ladies' Sewing of friends. January 30-3- 1 Society annual charity euchre and One of the pretty Thanksgiving lotto for St. Anthony's Hospital, day weddings was that of Miss Ida Phoenix Hill Hall, afternoon and Mae Sullivan, the attractive and evening. popular daughter of Mr. and Mrs. These Are Just Few Toyland Citizens To Introduced Tomorrow ci,,,,,,.: SOGIETY. $4-5- non-Cathol- ic - v ! l, GERMAN BANK Dr Uriah L Litsey, Chiropodist Y DOUGHERTY Best LANN1NG COAL CO. Pittsburg and and Market Sts. L B7-- Shawnee Cleaning ten-cour- se Who Fears to Speak Easter Week? Present VIC LORCH ...JEWELER.... 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SCANNELL f S Independent Funeral Directors and Embalmers CKlatrFo"s! i 3101 WEST BROADWAY H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. CIO XTOEIR FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N. yqei AVKC Tefef fcM MM. W.Ctriier Fwrth and JefTersM Competltlve examinations for tho Knights of Columbus scholarships will bo held April 14, 1917, and applications for admission to the Story of Irish "Woman Refugee examination should be filed not later than March IB. Examination Who Fought In Late centers will be designated to meet as far as possible the convenience Uprising. of candidates. Only laymen are admitted to the examination. Applicants must bo preferably Knights of Columbus or sons of members SHE IS NOW IN NEW YORK of the order. All communications in reference to tho scholarships should be addressed to Very Itov. Edward A. Pace, D. D., Director of Studies, Helen Russell, a woman Irish Catholic University of America, refugee who fought .in the rebellion, Washington, D. C. recently escaped and is now Jn New WASHINGTON. York, writes that the fate of Ireland is once more in tho balance. November has been a The Insurrection of April last averted the danger of England carrying month at the Catholic University at out her cunningly conceived plot Washington. The celebration of the to arrest and execute Ireland's lead- seventh centenary of the Dominiers, disarm her volunteers, and can order tilled a whole week and then enforce conscription on a help- brought together a notable body less people. England, I believe, of distinguished ecclesiastics and planned to exterminate our race. prominent laymen and women, InThe splendid fight of the Volunteers cluding Cardinal Gibbons and Cardefeated that plan, but England is dinal Farley. The new Oblate House of Studies, ready to try a now and more menacing one. Sho ihas taken from us the a fine structure of' granite costing $150,000, was opened on November best trained of our young men and 1G, with five professors and thirty g prisholds it hem in ons, and now, when she thinks the students. Cardinal Gibbons blessed spirit of Ireland Is finally and for- tho new College bf Mary Imever broken, she plans once more to maculate, Bishop Shahan said tho wipe out the Irish as a race entity. low mass, and Bishop Fallon, of London, Ontario, preached an eloThis time sho will itry to do it by quent discourse. means of the most dreadful of her The Sulpician fathers of St. conscripfoul weapons economic tion. Ireland is England's commis- Mary's Seminary, Baltimore, have sariat. England carries off the best decided to open at the university a of Ireland's farm produce and meat house of studies for the advanced and pays her the lowest prices. students of their seminary, and hope England has planned it so. Cattle to have the new edifice completed feed over tho places where stood by next fall. The month closed with tho hapless than a generation since the homesteads of Irishmen, and now piest imaginable event, tho visit to of nearly 2,000 England urgently requires cattle tho university Catholic ladies, delegates and visitand foodstuffs to, feed iher troops. There is in Ireland today, as ors to tho memorable second there was in Ireland in '46 and '47, biennial convention of tho InternaFederation of Catholic enough foodstuffs and cattle to feed tional a population of ten 'times greater Alumnae at Baltimore. They were by the rector and faculties than the island supports. Yet every- received thing points to history repeating it of tho university, were entertained self in another Irish famine manu at luncheon, and then visited all factured dn England by the coalition tho buildings and the Catholic SisGovernment. ' Already ithe hay has ters' College. been seized by the military all over RECALLS TIIEIK SERVICES. the country and the sale of It without military permit Is a punishable In Ireland, as In England, the offence under the "defence of the realm act," Pines are imposed ev- Dominicans did much to preserve ery week In Ireland for buying and tho faith in the penal days. Forty-thre- e Dominican convents were deselling hay without the sanction of the military authorities. Our cattle stroyed there during tho persecuwere supposed to be suffering from tions. When in tho Cromwellian "foot and mouth disease" that kept period all the Catholic ecclesiastics the prices down, but the outbreak of were ordered' to depart from the days, war with the resultant cutting off kingdom within twenty-fou- r of colonial supplies and the pos- and were warned that if they rehanged, bo sibility of a German blockade of turned they would cured drawn and quartered. The preachGreat Britain and Ireland them as by a miracle in one week. ing Friars defied the ukase. Hiding England needs moat. But even more in the bogs, wandering on tho than meat, she needs an Irish fam- mountains, or concealing themselves In huts and cellars, they consoled ine. of their flocks and strengthened them Ireland has a Department They Agriculture whose first caTe should with the holy sacraments. many disguises. Father be to conserve a supply of food to UBed carry the Irish people over till an- Thomas Fitzgerald, O. P., put on other harvest, but control of the the dress of a peasant and served Irish department has been grabbed tho Catholics of Cork during tho by England. The Irish Department whole period of Cromwell's usurpaof Agriculture was founded by Sir tion. Sometimes the priest catchers Horace Plunkott, who belongs to were so active that flight was the another branch of tho same Iamlly only means by which the risk not as Joseph Plunkott, executed for only of tho loss of life but also of participation in the Irish revolution. Teveallng the whereabouts of neighThe department he founded was the bors who were In peril could bo first to preach and teach practical, avoided. Father KIrwan, a Gaiway progressive agriculture in an avow- Dominican, having been summoned to give evidence against somo of edly agricultural country. whereby It was long looked upon with his friends, deprived they would of their propJealous eyes by the English Govern- have been ment, who fear nothing so uiuch'as erty, went into voluntary exile and an economically Independent and died abroad. progressive Ireland. The English CALLED TO NEW YOIUC. and Scottish Departments of Agriculture and Technical Instruction Rev. J. J. Fitzgerald, pastor of were built on the Irish hiod.el. After many attempts ito hinder the work St. Leo's church, Highland Park, of (the Irish department the English rras called to Now York Wednesday Government decided to capture It. because of the illness of his sister. England has one4trong prescription During his absence his church will for dealing with a bad case of any be attended to by the Dominican form of Irish independence, eco- fathers. nomic or otherwie, known to the world as an "act of Parliament." FITTING TRIBUTE. Horace Plunkett was a member of Parliament. An act was therefore That Peoria Is to 'erect a fitting passed prohibiting a momber of Par- monument to the late Archbl&hop liament from controlling the De- John Lancaster Spalding was made partment of Agriculture In Ireland. happily certain by the Incorporating Government then of the John L. Spalding Monument The British elected T. W. RueeeM, a Scotchman, Association in Sprlngfled. The nw to replace Horace Plunkett. In a association propose , to make the short itlm T. W. Russell wa elected tribute to the memory of the late as a member of Parliament, and the Arckbiahop a truly public one that twWic ami prM of Ireland began to all hie friend and admlrem may look for hki rarifnatton a uem- - bare part In It. red-lett- er disease-breedin- England Urgently Kcqulres Cat tle and Foodstuffs to Feed Troops. ber of Parliament or of tho AgriDepartment. However, cultural needless to say, he continued to hold both offices. Ireland protested at this glaring dishonesty, but the "top dOg" can always keep a silent grip on his victim and the "British bulldog" ignored the protest. Today an English statesman frankly announces in public that in the event of a German blockade of Great Britain and Ireland and a consequent shortage of food Ireland must starve to feed England. LEVY'S Third and Market. SOCIETY DIRECTORY A. O. H. DIVISION 1. Meets Fourth Thursday, Liederkranz AT 25c PER COPY Girls' Books The Red Cross Girls Tho Comptlro Girls The Moving ricturo Girls Motor Maids Automobile Girls Ruth Fielding Series Miss Pat Series Grace Harlow Scries Dottle Dimple Series Tittle Prudy Series Boys' Books lank McrrhvcH Moving 1'lctui') Bojs Motion Picture t hums I'o; Scouts Two Aincircan Boys' Scries Tom Fairfield Series Dave Dashaway Series Tom Swift Scries Hick Prescott Fred Fenton Series k. op o. soiioiiAitsmrs. Billy Whiskers Series; per copy A General Assortment of Books Mother Goose Books; per beautifully Illustrated; copy 75c, 30c and 25e 30c Every Boys' Library; per 75c Complete f Hall, Sixth and Walnut President Mark Ryan. Vice President W. L. Cushlng. Recording Secretary Daniel McCarthy. Secretary Financial Edward Clancy. Five Little Peppers; per copy Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s Sentinel Thomas Keenan. James English. Tim Lyons. DIVISION 3. First and third Friday, Hibernian Home, 1818-182- Portland. President Lawrence J. Mackey. Vice President John J. Riley. Financial Secretary John J. Broderlck, 1850 Portland avenue. Recording Secretary Matthew O'Brien. Treasurer Daniel Dougherty. Sergeant-at-Arm- s M. Kalaher. Sentinel Thomas Noon. 0 copy 00c 50c Library of Wit and Humor; per copy 00c Children's Books; a splendid assortment at, per copy, $1.00, Bill Nye's United States History; per copy 00c 75c, 00c, 50c, 30c, 20c, 25c and 10c Bill Nye's History of England; per copy 00c Children's Paper Books; a beautiful assortment at, each, 25c, History of the Wild West: per 10c, 15c, lOe and copy 5c 00c Fiction; for grown-upa splen- Kids of Many Colors; per did assortment; per copy. .00c conv .!itr Paint Books; each 50c, 25c, 15c, Old Mother Hubbard; a favorite nursery book; per copy ...75c 10c and Gift Books; each 50c, 30c, 25c, Fairy Book Series; green, red, 15c, 10c and 5c blue and yellow; per copy. 50c Tho New Pepper Book Our Da- Our Child Favorites; per copy vie Pepper; per copy ...$1.18 50c Frank L. Itaum Books; per copy 00c and ! 3; MoTighe. Financial Secretary Thomas Langan. Recording Secretary James Treasurer Sentinel Sergeant-at-Arm- s DIVISION 4. Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, Bortrand Hall, Sixth Street. President John H. Hennessy. Vice President Thomas Lynch. DINNER INCOMPLETE i 1 )) .. . J. J. M. Pat J, Connelly. McDermott. Edward Byrne. Y. HI. h. ir7 F. F. X. L. BEERI WITHOUT NONE PURER NONE BETTER MACION COUNCIL, 205. Meets Monday Evenings at Club House, 344 North Twenty-sixtPresident S. O. Hubbuch. M. F. First Vico President Schaad. Second Vice President R. L Prompt "Delivery CALL NO. 467 Service?" EITHER PHONE, SureJ t Scheckler. Financial Secretary, F. Secretary" Recording Buckle. G. Adams G W. Treasurer G. J. Thornton. Marshal Theo. Buckle. Inside Sentinel James Radigan. Outside Sentinel H. Pfelcer. CATHOLIC ALUMNAE. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. The business work of the International Federation of Catholic Alumnae in convention at Baltimore practically ended Sunday. Cardinal Gibbons, assisted by Bishop T. J. Shahan, rector of the Catholic University, held a reception. Monday a reception was held in Washington, where Mrs. Edward Douglas White, wife of the Chief Justice, headed the receiving line. Reports showing the vast amount of social and humanitarian work that Is being accomplished by Catholic women nil over the country were leading features of Saturday's session. These activities included taking care of the babies of working women In day nurseries, organizing Catholic teachers, censoring moving picture shows, educating tho Immigrant for citizenship and sending young women of Insufficient means to technical and teachers' training schools to fit them to become Miss Claire L. Cogan, of Brooklyn, N. Y., was President of tho Federation. The other officers were elected as follows: Mrs.' Hugh I. Kelly, Toronto, Ont., First Vico President; Mrs. Edward G. Paine, Milwaukee, Sec Mrs. E. J. ond Vice President; Moore, Wllkes-BarrPa., Third Vice President; Miss Helen R. O'Neill, Brooklyn, N. Y., Corresponding Secretary; Mrs. John Recording Secretary; Mrs. William Muldoon, Jamaica Plain, Mass., Treasurer. e, Mc-Eiir- JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. KY, A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case f " FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. Cumb. Phone West 191 THE Home Phone 191J WIEDEMANN rvnfrk n nnmiMM bKCW NU LUVKANY Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers,. Sekl HCCORrO&ATBD to r ' Af y, at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, n.exceltau'ilMMd & DEUSER. Masters. Louisville, GRUBER "As Near to You at the Nearest Phone' BILL SHOULD PASS. 'QtJAKER MAID' One of the bills that will bo preINCORPORATED sented early In the second session of this Congress, with the hope of Clean Grocery Stores. Its passage. Is that of the Ladles' Auxiliary, A. O. H., which ask3 for "The Best For Less." a sito in Arlington National Cemetery on which to orecfthe memorial Oders for $1 or more delivered to to the Nuns of the Battlefield. This any part of the city. bill passed the Senate at last session, but was too far down on the year feoys as aaaeatte tinA wll calendar to be considered by the It prapsx tliflM tot US. adjournment. House before GINGER ALE CENTER. Oar Special $3.00 Spray Oar Special $5.00 Wreath The largest vtluea in Fuse ral Flowers ever offered la Louliylile. For prompt delivery call 12$ pboth pbonei. Mmmmh wwm ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE world' " center of the singer ale To many it will be interesting to know that Belfast, Ireland, ie the IIS W. BreftdwaTr TavdrrVlt, Xy. Condt.otc.i3 by the Xaverian Brother Otueloal, Soleutlflo BucJaeaa aad Course. Fraearatery Dejwrtaieat. Xrc SwlaMiar Peel. Well Bulpd Gji etoaa. TenM 3fe4rte. Br. Jum, Dr, r 1 iistum an Mp8 &n4fc lunmJUA lM.lljMa rVMMimVlHJV UJUUTMT A V"l. 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As Bishop of Fort ttfjSStewart's Men's Furnishings section is con- Wayne Bishop Alerdlng rapidly won veniently located just outside the Walnut street the love and esteem of the clergy and laity of that diocese. Ho has entrance. You are assured prompt service and proved to be all that a Bishop should be an admirable combinasplendid selection of the best seasonable merchan- tion of the zealous churchman and the business man. He has been disc. exceedingly progressive and under his regime his diocese has flourMany churches and schools ished. have been built, now parishes have j been established, the Central Cath olic High .School at Fort Wayno was founded, and works of charity and mercy have received great encouragement from, him. all-over at 55c The well known Franciscan the' Rev. Vvlncent Trost, O. F. M., and the Itev. Andrew Bonze, 0. F. M., from Cincinnati, trill conduct a mission at Holy Trinity church, St, Matthews, beginning Sunday morning, December 3, and closing Sunday night, December 10, The plain yet instructive words of these eloquent men will treat of the fundamental itruths of religion, both moral and dogmatic. They will speak on the of man, his responsibility to his Qod, the exlstonce of a the true church, confession, etc. In short they will convey to their hearers tho most important lesson, namely, what they must believe and do to gain eternal salva-tloThe principal sermon will be held at tho evening service, beginning at 7:30 each day from Sunday to Sunday. as well as tho members of tho congregation are Invited most cordially. On week (Jays the masses will beat C, 7 and :30 o'clock in the morning. des-Mhero-lifte- r, m Non-Catholi- cs HERMAN STRAUS rOUBTH AVCNUC wcapgArco SONS MARKET STREET ' We dive and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. ny A Sale of Sample Handkerchiefs COXSKCH ATIOX A XXI VERSARY. HIBERNIANS. Wc 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 Retmlar 10c Finn 750 Dozen Very Fine Imported J&& Lawn Handkerchiefs; with Lawn Handkerchiefs; with emdainty white and colored broidered comer; in white and edge; each 5c saUKBafll. colors; each handkerchief on a 300 Dozen Pure Linen Handsample card; regular 25c kerchiefs; with novelty colored value 15c printing; pink, blue and lavender; regular 15c values; 900 Dozen All Pure Linen each . . . . , 10c Handkerchiefs; many with sheer hemstitching; white or colored; 600 Dozen Very Sheer; Lawn novelty embroidered ; regular Handkerchiefs; with white or 25c to 39e values; all imported; colored embroidery; flower in each 19C corner; regular 19c and 25c values; each 12c 240 Dozen Very Fine n 350 Dozen Jap Silk and Crepe Sample Handkerchiefs; with de Chine Handkerchiefs and corner; regular 50c to Dainty Colored Novelties; all 75c values; all imported; regular 25c values; each 15c each 25c Hsy All-Line- successful and pleasing was If you want expert service just call us up. Wo havo never been out the recent rendition of Gilbert and Late News That Will Interest thorough Members Here and Sullivan's comic opera "Pinafore" i -- .. ...-ml HMj uracrjpuun. jlou can by tho St. Martin's Sodality Club if you need dyeing wo can satisfy you. Auto Delivery. rest assured Tared Tost STILL THE BEST PLACE TO BUY Division 4 will elect officers on that another performance will be Service. given in the near future at St. MarMondny, December 11. Tho Ladies' Auxiliary held an In- tin's Hall. The campaign at Denver will add Rugs, itiation Sunday afternoon. at least 200 new members. SEVEN FASTING DAYS. Division 3 elected officers last The new club house at Omaha year. will probably bo started INCORPORATED. In tho without trad night for the ensuing Division 4, is There will be seven .fasting days spring. Good Furniture at moderate prices Patrick Oilligan, of In this month, the five Fridays and 426 S. Fifth St. 2635. 0THJ PHONES Louisville, Ky ill .t his home on Crop street. ing stamps. Denver Knights feel sure they tho two Ember days, December 20 John E. Browne was there with and 23. Next Friday. December 8. will pass tho 1,000 mark before the -good old Irish airs at the initiation will be tho Feast of tho Immac- year ends. 1.1111 1 Monday night. Tw---., ulate Conception. Ml wwi m The Knights of Omaha have given There was class to the initiation tho Boy Scout movement strong Monday night, the work of tho deFATHER RYAN CHOSiUN. endorsement. gree team being first class. 415-41- 7 STREET. EAST MARKET u Supreme Knight Flaherty will tffi Rev. John A. Ryan, of WashingDivision 2, of Syracuse, gave a TJiat you spent for something you did not NEED would hsve successful dance on Thanksgiving ton, D. C, has been chosen as the visit Indiana councils from Decema started eve for the benefit of the building speaker for tho baccalaureate ser- ber 12 to 19. SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bak; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED M mon at the State University of Iowa Thirty-nin- e fund. candidates were in ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account twice a year; There MAY COME a time whea your "LAST DOLLAR" John J. Sullivan, one of the on June 10, 1917. Father Ryan is itiated at Omaha, and tho mark with this safe, conservative, pioneer members of the order, was professor of political science and has now been set for 1,000 memman 00 spent xor sometniig you DO NEED. Tho SAVING now of the Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more on hand at the afternoon session Industrial ethics at tho Catholic Uni- bers. versity of America. Ho is the dollars you are wasting might keep that "hard time" from ever comlne. Sunday. safety and 3 at any time. We add absolute November was a busy month foi author of a number or books Tho Initiation of the Louisville ecclesiastical arid social subjects. on a number of Oregon councils, whoso per cent. No cost to you whatever. Ladles' Auxiliary was a decided Initiations added strength to the The same courteous attention given the success. They exiuwt tho Teal a- order. EM5EET FRENCH. depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. bornlan spirit. Tho Grand Knights of Oklahoma County President John Hennessy Miss Emmet, known havo formulated plans for the enwants to see his slogan In effect, n In New Jeanno society. well to wed dowment of the Catholic University York Is new member by every old member William Barton French on Decem- at Shawnee. Second and Market Under tho Bi Clock year. before the end of the Fifth and Court Place. Very Cruz Council, ber 4. Miss Emmet made her New York State Government Supervision. Members of Division 1 should re- debut two years ago, and is ono of City, Is looking for a slto upon m Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturday Until 7 p. m. member their presence is required the many descendants In New York which to erect a summer homo for at the next meeting. Business of of Thomas Addis Emmet, tho Irish its members. tho utmost Importance and election patriot. Mr. French Is a son of Addressing tho KnlghU at their EDW. A. AXMAN of officers. HOME PHONE CITY 3238 DAN J. HENNESSY Seth Barton French, lato flnanclei banquet at Jackson, Miss., Bishop Following tho initiation of a largo Of New York, membership means Gunn said Fall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. class Sunday afternoon at Pueblo, merely love of church and love of NAJIKD AFTER SISTER. Col., members of the order 'and country. their families and friends enjoyed A splendid Initiation was witMr. Wilcox, of tho Santa Rosa nessed a most elaborate banquet at the Sunday at Sioux City, Postoffice department, has named when a last Hotel Vail. largo class received tho deDonnelly, formerly one of his magnificent dahlias on grees, with a banquet In tho evening Rev. Potor J. show at the Martin Hotel. at tho flower County Chaplain, now pastor of St. exhibit 3TOR Bridget's church at Watervllet, N. "Agatha." It may not bo Generally After attending mass at Sacred - known, but in giving the flower tho Y., was recently presented a handHeart at Vincennes, UPSTAIRS STORE. 425 W. JefferSOn Street some reclining chair by Saratoga name no am so in nouor or Motner Sunday, church dinner was servedlast by when Superior Agatha, of tho Ursullno county Hibernians the ladles of tho, parish, a large College, Ladies' Auxiliary of Duluth Monitor. says' the San Francisco class was initiated and then given The held Its biennial convention last a banquet. much week, and reports showed Tho Fourth Degree Knights of LONG LIFE TO TIIU.U. INCORPORATED. progress during the past two years. Fort Wayne, Ind., will on the death Bishop McGolrlck and Father P. J. In this ecclesiastical province are of a member donato a memorial 319 PAUL JONES BUILDING. FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. Lydon were present. Bishops in the chalice to the Catholic Extension none Citythe gave four of Statesoldest 405 Division 3 of Minneapolis FREE SERVICE. with tho de Climb. Main 415 Bishop Foley, now Society, Inscribed United an entertainment Thanksgiving eve lh his eighty-fourt-h year; Bishop ceased Knight's name. the benefit of tho widows and Chatard, now ending his for d with only Instituted in 1902 orphans of those who fell in the year; Bishop Richter, in his enough members to hold a charter, men seventy-nint- h late rebellion and families of year, Bishop Vera Cruz Council, New City, sent to British concentration camps. Byrne, in his seventy-fift- h and year, and now boasts COO, and Is York proud Where 1101-0- 3 EAST BROADWAY. tho tho home Ib Where work Is quickly The Ladles' Auxiliary of Tolland our own Right Rev. Denis O'Donag-hu- o possessor of a fully equipped club brightest; done; county, Conn., held their county is almost In thqlr class. .louse worth $40,000, free and clear Whoro tho work is convention In Rockvlllo, when tho Where cooking seems of nil debt. lightest; report of Miss Elizabeth Reed, DECENT PATERS. real ton; Under the auspices of the New County President, showed that the Where the meal is York Chapter and tho forty-tw- o succeufolly treated without pain. Our method ore Where baking gives demembers order had gained fifty-fiv- e Only ono dally paper, tho Social- local councils tho Paulist fathers, original, clentiflo and aanitary. Seferencei, the leadicooked best; light; ng- phylclan and surgeons. during the last term. ist Leader, would advertise the lec- Rev. Bertrand L Conway nnd iRev. Where the range stands Established 1883. Both phones. Snlte 306 Starts Bids. Where drudge la out of Josepji Slattory James M. Glllls, will give a The afternoon session of Division tures of Remember the test sight 4 Sunday afternoon drew a big at and wife when they lectured In THIRD T&OOB. mission In St. Patrick's That's where the That's where the tendance, many of the old guard be- .Milwaukee recently. Tho Slatterys Cathedral from January 28 to Feb"Qnlck Meal" comes DR. FRANK DAVIS AND WIFE "Quick Meal" comes ing present, and among the nuin- - repeated their wild talks on tho ruary 4. la. in. oor members who are not able to confessional and Miss BeU, assistant conventual life, Quick Meal Gaa Ranges Sold, Installed and nighty Recommended attend the night meetings. Presi- and their subjects show what sort FLEDflED TO ABSTAIN. dent Mark Ryan, of Division 1, and of lecture courses tho Guardians of McCarthy Daniel Edward Liberty put on. and Every priest ordained In the Clancy, the Secretaries of the same Chicago archdiocese of the Roman MARKET ST. present nnd made ELECTION RESULTS. division, were Catholic church will be pledged to short talks complimenting the divis total abstinence for five years. Wilson carrlod thirty Slates with Archbishop G, W. Mundeleln stated ion on its splendid growth, and as expressed by Mr. McCarthy, the di- 276 electoral votes; Hughes eigh- tho past week. Tho Archbishop said vision's enterprise was a credit to teen States with 255 electoral he already has put this rulo Into The Best Straight Whisky On Earth,' Ryan votes. Wilson's plurality on t&o force and intends to exact the President HIbernianlsm. Give us a trial for first-claservice. We are as popular vote .is about 400,000. Wil- pledge In all future ordinations. "If stated that Division 1 was now close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and two years in existence and that son's vote in' 1912, C.28G.000; In tho young priests keep the total mgni. raiKAKU oaks. Courteous and reliable Increaso of 2.- - abstinence pledgo for five years," due to the death of many of the 1910, 8,560,000. XNCORPOKATKO older workers in the pioneer divis 274,000. Wilson carried ten of tho ho said, "It is easy to see they are chauffeurs our spscialty. dive us a call. ion he now was a strict advocate twelve States that have woman's likely to continue the practice for Sole OirarsHeiiitered Dial. No. S3 J of consolidation with Divisions 3 suffrage. tho rest of thoir lives." as to Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 West Main Street. and 4, soyounger carry on the work by xheso bodies. Final acHANDED A AVAIjLOF. POPULATION INCREASING. tion was taken at this meeting, on SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. applications pending for Monday most satisfying result of The the According to estimates of the Beth Phone. 3309. night's initiation. tho election In Ohio and In other Census Bureau, based upon the InStates was the crushing defeat given crease shown by the Federal cen "1 H"M"M"H-i H"M'fr-to the H Guardians of Lib- sus of 1900 and 1910, the populat ALUJINAE OFFICERS. erty, In nearly every Instance the tion of tho Continental United M. J. BANN9N, P. BANNOtf. LAWRENCE ., j. VEENEMAK, Last week the Alumnae held its candidates endorsed by these States on January 1, 1917, will be VIm tm. t TriK. titt. Mir. SKntary. bigots woro defeated. 102,826,309, and with its outlying annual mooting, at Presentation Academy, when tho following offi That they aro completely eliminated possessions 113.s09.285. Treasury cers were elected for the ensuing from Injecting their dirty grafting Department statisticians estimate year: Miss Lee McQiuskey, Presi- tactics Into future elections Is the tho population of Continental United M. Eble, Vice Presi- opinion of maay who look with con- States aB 103,002,000 on November dent; Mrs. Max 1. Kentucky's population on Janudent, and Miss Marguerite Ilyan, tempt on their "pink" ticket. Sewer and Culvert Fine, Catholic Columbian. Secretary and Treasurer. ary 1, 1917, will be 2,386,866, an BanneB'3 Patent Lidded Pine far Steam Csndnits. Increase of over 14,000 for tho year IL1IL FUND. 1916. fojity iioune. Wall Cenintf, Drain Tile. Tferlfed Irlck. According to figures from the j. rirerreeaBg, fine Lining, Fire BrlcK DEATH CIAUnBD EIGHT. Tomorrow will be the first Sun- Treasurer of Ihe Building CommitGrate aad Boiler Tile, Ground Fire Clay, Cklnney FejH. day in Advent, when the Forty tee of Old Student's Hall, Notre Death has been busy in the ranks Hours prayer will open In the Dame, Ind., the contributions now OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON Cathedral with solamn high mtwi, amount to $40,270. Plans are be- of the hierarchy during the pat continuing until Tuesday, These ing made to dedicate the hall during year, the following Bishops having HOME PHONKK CITY O CUMB. MAIN 507. ; Spalding and beautiful devotions ar marked with commencement week hi June, This died; Archhhthop solemnity at the Cathedral, will be part of the diamond Jubilee Bishops Colton, Maes, Soannsil, much WORKS t3tk cad Brack, sad Magnolia Ave., Bat. 9th and lOtfct X w Couaty, Docan, and it is expected will b. largely celebration t Notre Dame Sbanahan and Tl 1,1 II II i 1 1 1 1 rl 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 111j Northrop. attended. mis) l So What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. OPEKA TO BE GIVEX. KNIGHTS W CULMS. 1,&. XKSriEXXIErGfr . .,.. Stoves and Ranges PULS CLEANING $ ii DYEING CO. 1 JAS. GREENE Sixty-one-year-old T;nprwr- - n .thwihw m ,mim m The Last Dollar B I , -- Ky. Title Savings Bank German Insurance BanK and Trust Co. TRY A IiOAU OF HOME USES. Hennessy & Axman POPULAR PRICE TAILORS Wallins Creek Lump Coal High in Heat. Low in Ash. AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES S6ANL0N GOAL 60MPflNy - FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. Gorns and All Foot Troubles eighty-secon- Where the Quick Meal Comes In ex-pri- non-C'athol- lc OLDBARBEE JNO. T. BARBEE & GEiIEK & SON, ss w. AUTOS AND TAXIS FOR HIRE forty-- CO. Chawk & Smith Attto Co. Mltll HIHIIIII1HIII BE SURE TO CALL FOR f McRENNA P. WHISKY !l t BANNON PIPE CO. I IT !S ALWAYS PURE. H McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky. 573-178- 6. I 1 1 1 1 1 mm 1 i