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Kentucky Irish American: December 9, 1916 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 kec1916120901_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: December 9, 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. FOR FURNITURE go rro Wm. F. Mayer 413 W. Market. Kentucky Wsh American NO. 24. LOU5SVILLE, SATUI&AY, DECEMBER 9, 1916. EI Nomo Wilkoe Union Made Cigars. VOLUME XXXVII. PRICE FIVE CENTS. nolliing to do with the uprising, PASSING OP VETERAN. such a bright outlook that pros-RAX OX HILL SUNDAY. were sentenced for various terms Dccts are that nvorv nfflno will h, I up to life. Thousands were shut in Col. Thomas Shea, retired officer contested for by three or more ox- -' .. Cardinal O'Connell, Archbishop Concentration camps. It was the nt Mi 1TIIHJ Etl.l modern version of Jeffreys and the fought throughout the civil war vj.,. vuuiirjHiuiu, juuer ana i iiosion, nas placed tho ban on County Assessor, tho latter to go to UlllV StlndilV nof Intro In T !.,.. ' dpRP.Hntlnn "uu "ier saw service m inuian i, 7.x Allen Smith unless County Judge and forbidden Catholics under pain (1 nt (1m ' nnli.no ,lln,l o1.. a. Greene nunolnts snnm nno oiao in of sin to attend these revivals. Of Policy in Ireland Shown iu Its brutal murder of Skeftlngton, Dick- - at his home, 934 South Third street, Latest Despairing Effort ef Hnly. fill the , unexpired term. Inci- Billy Sunday and his son and Mclntyre, whom it devel- where he had been seriously . mv w. ill True Light By AVritcr In '"K'"r dentally with tho bright outlook for dinal O'Connell says: meetings Car- Pope Benedict Makes Known xiecitiiam Machine to Come oped later had no part la the re- three weeks. Col. Shea was a Democracy tho Bandana the Nomination of Ten Club, "It would appear that miany peHearst's Magazine. bellion, tho executioners were warm friend of President Andrew K5?? famous in local hlatnrv Tina ,nr.i. opleoven Catholics) lnhnr iir.,1.... hnlfPfl hv tVOIllwl1 r1nmtnniAit.H , .. ,, o UCUUUUU11UU, Johnson, and through bravery and ganized and promises to be a big the misapprehension that the exer- of which the writer says: meritorious conduct he roso rapidly factor in local politics. The offi- ciaea going on in The contrasts wero too glaring. and, when honorably mustered out cers are John L. Gruber, President; avenue 'tahpnuipio the Huntington nnf Not One thine had the rovnllltlnnlata in 18C5. had attained thn r.nnlr of And Only Charles Edward Russell's His Possible Hope For Re Thomas O'Mara, Vice President; estant services. The fact that tw, done that Sir Edward Carson, and Colonel, Ho was for ten years in pictory of the Kecent Irish toward Huecntker, Secretary; Will-la- turesque language Is employed Immediate Publication of the publican PsStein Kentucky his followers hnd not nnnnlir nlnltn.l the regular army, and as Colonel Shumate, Treasurer, and Will-la- there or grotesque antics Indulged do. The citizen army had but commanded at Washington until the Ncw'Codo of Canonical Rebellion. raptcs. J. Connelly, Treasurer. Keep In does npt change tho essential followed the Ulster example; even Indian troubles broke out In the your eye on the Bandana Club. taw, quality of these 'revival' meetings. tho seizure of the Postofflce was West, where he rendered splendid The fact that praotically all the copied from the Carson plans. For service to tne Government. After RHCEXT DEATHS. Protestant ministers In this locality a place In for militarism and Cruelties That Carson, Pearse tho tho Cabinet; niwl retiring from active service Col. Wood A.ton aeesllaiidwritiii&r have closed their meeting Patrick flrlnr Hminri Shea returned to Kentucky and Death's angel last Sunday In- and are lpndfnc ithoir nmcronhouses Deplores War Barbarities and Shocked the Entire the rifles at his heart. It was too made his honio at Westport for On Wall anttSVHlXofc Run vaded tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. these meetings ought to be proof mucn; tno senses of all just men many years. About ten years ago the Aerial "Bombardment AVorld. For Mayer. Patrick Halpln, 2228 West Main enough In all reason. Moreover, revolted at it. And now there came ho removed to this city. Ho was a street, taking from tfiem their in- - me uev. Jir sunriav.-nt- . ititnoa nay. of Cities. this narrative of tho innocent member of the Georgo H. Thomas fant latlcrVitat .....1 mits himself to utter the rankest Skefflngton, struck down in the Post, G. A, R. He was also a held Mohday afternoon, with Inter sort of heiesy not to emphasize sheer lust of bloodshed. Tho stato member of STILL ENGLAND OF CROMWELL of Ireland when that story became of St. Louis the Holy Name Society BANDANA expressions and speaking that aro CLlfviEORIiANlZES ment in at. Luis cemetery. Bortrand church, and little short of blasphemy. Let there PUBLIC CONSISTORY known sent at last a reasoning chill was an active member of that conTHURSDAY Mrs. Matilda C. Donahoe, aged bo no mistake about this matter. into me densest momber or a dense gregation He is strvlved by his sixty-fivwdow of John Donahoe, Catholics are npt allowed to take Government. Instead of the Insur- Wife. Mrs. HellAn .Tonnlnira ev.on closed a useful and well spent life part In these revival meetings, and With the British Government fac- rection hnvinrr hoon Kiinnrocuui h and two sons, Jesso Waldron and Tills ...t.i Wfi. In 'nnllMrvj waa Mondav mornlnc loavlno It they do they commit sin." ing reverses on the hattlefleld and the summary shootings, it had only Cornell Douglas Shea. His nephew, featured by the lesperile At a secret consistory held effeit of circle of friends Avho mourn her disruption of government at home begun with theml Ireland was un- Judge Joseph H Shea, United States day morning in Rome, which MonPercy Haly to aijek, obtwJmii foot- death. She was the mother of 'Mrs. 3IACICIX COUXCIL. comes the thought that the prayers der martial law with a bayonet at Ambassador to hlle, and several was attended by twenty-eigof many Irishmen and their de- every corner, or certainly wo should other nieces and nephews also sur- hold in State Dlifeciatic'HMcs OJwrles I. Cate, of Brooklyn; Miss Cardinals, .. . .. PODe Bonodlot One of the largest wjnroy, nigsii. superntead-emeetscendants are 'being answered and have had some extraordinary scenes. vive him. Tho funeral was 'held and to that end h and his fornter ci.auvea nurses vT. "V ""uuceu tne nom-?dat the City Hospital. ings of this year of and best CounOn tho top of all this the incomheachmen Mackin labored and of Tuesday morning from St. Louis that the domineering tyrant John says ? Mrs. M. D. nallltran M07 Pud cil was held Monday evening, Bull is now ready to reap the re- parably stupid Government now pro- Bertrand's church, the Grand Army hard to control 'she election ec, BrccklwMge in street, with whom ward of his cruel oppression of Ire- ceeded fo hantr fTnaomont "A ...,, veterans actlnc an ennrd nt imnn precinct 6ommittMmen and cniintv1 MLarlA .TlA l.nA TTnM .... . she wnloh, the election or officers took Tho new rnVd,r'T0 c uuuir. jicj juuuiai was Dlace. VorV tnilrll otltlinelnom nni La Fontaine Tatriarh .um ijiniimry intention Ire this and open revolt" the London press and escorting the remains to the vjiiiuiiucu. land for past centuries. was to obtain a fMilowing for Beck- AJ4 Wednesday; morning with re- - suown in tno selection of officers, everyone should read ennea nis oirense. connection Yes but how cemetery. Sbarretti, ii jngn mass at St. Brlgld'S as all but the offices of President -ham's nomination wad a "The True Story of the Irish Re- about Christian DaWet? Tn tho Mrii civtjuie in COUDle Of Veara iillMi and tn rvn chuMhu days of the war he had nrranhoii and Treasurer had two or more Bishop of Havana, and uanada As! bellion" in Hearst's Magazine this A. O. II. ELECTIOX. easor of sturdy opposition) Senator James nominated. month. In whlph f!hirloo tMnrnrd and led an "armed and open, re St William's church has lost an record of lastPresidentIn Hubbuch's Oebotirg, the Holy See?of Rennet year, Russell, an unbiased writer, tells of nin mucn more dangerous than Division 3, A. O. H held its an- In tho primary of 51918, Haly realizwhich he Archbishop other old faithful member by Was &0 faithful, barf iroiii in An that awful blot in English history the poets' protest; ho was taken nual election of officers this past ing that the latter is most Impor- the death and Mrs. ef Ellen Glenn, with the success" of the council for tant, as he shrewily figures that as but he was not put to week and selected John I. Riley to and how the public outside has is in the Sen- widow of Join Glenn, 1124 West the year of 1916. This was shown nauui di Blanchi, Majo?.dZoTf never beard the, true story of what death. Why, then, this manifest uuu me u i vision tne coming year, long as Ollie Kentucky street. Mrs. Glenn was by ttiim being was termed the Irish rebellion. The discrimination against Irishmen? It his energetic and untiring efforts ate Beckham is pMyJng a weak sec- born, unani- the Vatican; Monslgnor In Ireland seventy-fou- r years mously. George Thornton was also Secretary of tho Holy Bogglani can mean only one thing, men said, for tho good of the division making ond fiddle as far as patronage is writer Bays that with an ago, out since girlhood had been na i- unanlmoiialv Tho offi former Annotllo press censor and a gagged in spite of all the belated profes- his selection a popular choice. The concerned, and without notmnatro press the public was led to believe sions of philanthropy at his disposal JPercy is an also ran a highly esteeHsd, and respected cers elected to sdrvo for the en 0; MonsignVr IscaTosr Archbifho1; officers elected were: and better In the political field. This Is dem- - Resident of this cMyJ The fusera'l suing year are as follows: that the rebellion was the work of ientiments, England is still tho EngPresident John J. Riley. MaurhJ B.flhBonnCVe?t0:o Monsn'or was held Thursday morning, Rev, President S. O. Hubbuch. nntrntfd hv Uin email flmrn Via 1oo Georgo a few fanatics, known as Sinn Feln-er- land of Strnnirhnw nml rr.ntiroii Vice President Tim O'Loary. M. Connor; cblwlHcting tho At heart, men said, her hatred has' First Vice Presldfint iWHHbto cut In State polities since tho end but in truth the title Sinn Recording Secretary John xno "Oly ",' sicnntnro of Gov. McCreary, Feiner was a misnomer, and that it never aimtea; and all the good ef-administration, solemn obeeauies. Mrs. Glenn leaves A. Link. Second Vice President Ravnmnd SecrotarV' oHhe CounX during which he had completed the five daughters, Mrs. Alice McOIos-kewas a revolt or the best people in iucib 01 mo Financial act and Secretary Johu J. uiucnine organization Mrs. Lee Young and 'Misses E. Schott. Bishop Maurin, of Ireland, with the Sinn Felners only the rest vanished over night, shot Broderlck. started during Financial Secretary will Inm a bocomo Archbishop Grenoble, will a part. In discussing the causes to pieces by a Government Treasurer Daniel J. Dougherty. Beckham's terms s Governor. Con- Mary, Nellie and Cordelia Glean. Bucket. Bishop Dubois, of BourgTcomes to have blood and plenty Sorgeant-at-Arm- s sidering this awful power, it rethe writer says: Pat Begley. Mrs. Isabelle Blandrord, seventy Recording Secretary quires no great osculation to demHigh .treason in the British Em- of it. nohort Archblqhop of Rouen. Sentinel Thomas Noone. years, old, died Monday morning at niT t a J It has no sense; It' deserves any onstrate that Haiy deserves pire must bo what Count Metternich no ar t0 be nominated 6?orr(iny?1S bouquets for his fjpolltical astute- the home of her son. Undertaker if Treasurer George" J.'. Thornton. called a "geographical expression." misfortune that mnv Tinfoil if i JOLLIES OF 1010. T. A. Blandford, 2011 South Fofirth ness. The only eal test of the So soon as they saw the home rule neiana naioiitti juaeoii aomuaDi it does things so small an?o0uPiCeJdCeC.di!?ftc-hdShe wai ctr&ncrfh Itf&Jdo Sentinel loot street, In ihiirpH a Christian woman, Morris via a bill would be passed the leaders in and mean that a mosquito in the A big sale of tickets has been renr.tlvn and hoiHi. n.n.i. r tion of a new code of cinonlcai Un. all hio Mn. ported for the performances of "The Vp.ir Iv'llPTI npclr1lBll'fi i1lnla Ulster began to preach and organize chambered rer.ossM her Mife, and made friends Outside Sentinel James Hill. a revolution much more open and eclousness would be ashamed of Jollies of 1916," which is to be Chesney, was defeated badly on the among all V ?mb,dylng numerous dirferent classes. The funeral was them. James Connollv lnff Executive Committee John J, ecicleslastlcal laws now existing. dangerous than any given under the auspices of the pot promotion piajiorm wnicn mad Irish neia Tuesday morning from Holy Lynn, August Hoertz, George s. projected ""and yet with and five children, all girls, the old- local lodge of Elks next Thursday. been evolved In his elooiiMnn rebel ever from a dream of Name church. Snv. VatHar TVJin 3j Fred Herp, Robert Scheckler. the secrot Mtni.n.lnlu..i " ..r? Impunity. n In tho plainest terms est seventeen years old. They wero Friday and Saturday evenings and Haly's. O'Connor celebrating the requiem they served notice on the Govern- ir tno utmost destitution. denounced the aerial bombardment The result in tao precinct elec- mass. .i Tim Mrs. Saturdav Tnatlnno. Besides her husbwad Mrs. Connolly, a decent, kindly woman, of the four performances will WILL YOU HELP? ment that home rule meant the .cu uuea ana be tions can not In any instance be all those who, he said, condemned the secession of Ulster and that bloody had no knowledge of her .husband's distributed by the. Elks Charltv Com- claimed as victories for Haly and Blandford leaves four sons, T. A, had defied Thn.rA nro tilimliora nf fi linltXr, laws ot God rnntMtwlprl hv thn P.O. V, M., Albert and Roy Blandford, treason. When he had mittee and this Is an Incentive for nprkli.Tin. mr civil war would be the result of and men in ""w mi, aope are any attempt tojeeep Tier In the king- been propped up and, shot, Dublin an to iena a wining hand, AH of publican and papers, and two daughters, Mrs. M. J. ''7;mw willing to help our mission- - urn " j.uc n saiu: dom. The TJlstbT 'VdiunteerT'were mends tried to Hnd wnrir" rKi? h the bestrof tfio Tonal- - nWt 4vtli . irssome or th&'smflBiifefHi' OHesWeru' 'giF-!?nntntronluMn in Clnv Rlnnlnv land !, ? formed, drilled and armed, more oldest elrl. The oniv ninu tu seen in --me Jollies" and a The West End mourns the death bers who will be disannointed If law ,.t man .""' obeyed 11 6V6n me than 100,000 of them, for the ex- could find paid sixty-tw- o administration because of failure to was J1"1 at' present cents a entertainment Is press purpose of establishing Ulster's week. A fund was now raised to committee In ch&rcn assured. The receive political appointments, and of Sylvester Doyle, which occurred some generous person does not Peace and prosperity would Telgn nrn? irommn in Independence; for that guns, am- send the family to America, where V. Cohn,Chairman; Ben H. Sachs, this class should not be placed in Wednesday morning at his home, come forward with a donation to burope. If wo neglect or disdain Six defray the expense of a present. laws and authority dlsoord i ,i i poliimn. Secretary; Arch H. Gaar, Treasurer; thn Tho 114 North Eighteenth street, munition and equipment were ac- Airs. Connnllv hnd fnlonrio ,. rtnvlo There aro a number of missioncumulated. Plans wem, made to tives, who would caro for her. The Laban Phelps, D. A. Sachs, Jr., J. Louisville Herald went so far as to months aeo Mr. nnd M Th,s ,s the seize at a signal the Pswofilce and iickcis were oougnt and all arrange- S. Miller. Tom TV riln. tt,,,... say that the men chosen in Louis- celebrated their golden wedding, an aries who would like to see an social fUU' As a result of Ignoring event or other public buildings in Belfast ments made when a Government of- Meyers, William Shymanski, Horace ville onv Jefferson county were circle of great interest to their wide altar, a sanctuary lamp, a ciborla, this law wo see every principle of friends. The deceased was a monstmnpo or n sot nt ofitlnm. mt right Violated In TvXn and to proclaim an insurgent gov- ficer stopped in and forbade tho de- Newmark. George F. Kretschmer, friendly to the maseventy-tw- o years old and was long the eross in their little church on mltted dn defiancn parture on the ground that in Amer- Jr., Al. W, Clegg, Herbert J ernment. Eck-er- t, chine, while the truth Is that Demoof iL H. St. unristmas day. Will their dreams Uod and man. ho.iiwom. -- tn Not a hand was laid on the men ica the family would be exploited Frank Isert, H. H. Schoppen-hors- t, crats here are about as friendly to an active figure In clrclpa. Patrick's become parish and Catholic TTa la by the who led this sedition. Sir Edward realities this Christmas and even young boys taken from WN Lee After which Elklns, Kendrick Haly and Beckham as the Kaiser by his nrlH All dnnntfnnn ho their homes to light Carson, lto commander-in-chie- f, sat the Government censor would not Lewis, George W. Cuscadon, Jr., would be to King George. On ac- curvivedtwo sons, wife, Mrs. Ellen mornlnir? amid Doyle; James and Thomas gratefully received by the Catholic of wives and mothers; wo the tears in Parliament and went to and fro allow a word of any of this to be William C. Brown, count of gratitude to the Evening Doyle, and Herbert see open three daughters, Mrs. Church Extension Society, whose cities and defenseless upon his mission, concocting treason, published or to pass through the Robert W. Brown, Nathan Pnaf fnr Ho Violn In TniiTillTnl iiao Gharles Dunlap, Mrs. Inhabitants John offices are located at 750 McCor-mic- k exposed to nerlal nttnolra -- -j revolt and civil war, unmolested and malls. Knrnn of our nromlnont Tlptnoornta Kahn. and Miss Margaret Doylo. The result of this is a new building, Chicago, 111. see by sea and land namolooa hor unafraid. When It was proposed to espoused Beckham's cause in 1914 The funeral suppress with the might of the spirit la Ireland, and one that the rors. I can not hut ionin,v and secured a creditable vote for morning fromwas St held yesterday BASKETBALL. atNEW ALBAXV. the crimes and condomn ,n realm the rebellion thus flagrantly bungling Government might well him in this district, this vote being tended liv mnnv nli) Patrick's, nn frtonlo by whom they are committed." plotted, British army officers prac- iuuk upon witn tne utmost concern .mjuuuu ). ocuoit ana njuKene honw onoiifrh fo finruro 1il iinmtnn- - associates. .Officers have been oipp.tod tically mutined, and Sir John Jnstead of the old enthusiasm of a 'Michel, of Mackin Council, have tlon, and for this mistake some of hv The Pone concluded ihta i. Unity Council, Y. M. I., of New with a prayer that, as been nlaced In rfmre-- nt .7 French, then resigned few revolutionists, there 1b a im ..,.. these Democrats have been wearing the new SACItKD HEART CHURCH, Albany, as follows: John Pontrlch, code of canonical law and abiding conviction of sentative basketball team for this sackcloth and ashes since. rather than bear arms against his It is would year. With these in This cenemtlon win President; Carl L. Fenger, First a more tmnnnii nnonh r- markfellow subjects, The Government wrong. Indeed adding insult to injury in Tomorrow will be the twenty-fift- h Vice President: Frank 1,. O'Hnrn Church. SO alsn tho illnm see the end of It. Grimlv nllnnt doubt they will have one charge no classing these men as not only tolerated these acts of in.juj. of the best anniversary of the pastorate of Second Vice President; subordination, but before long gave now, it will find an expression as organizations in the history of the Solomon come when the splirt supporters now, or even for the Rev. law Father Patrick Walsh at DIeckmann, Recording Secretary; again bo respected inof tho might French a still moro Important com- siuely as the world wags on Its council. Any member desiring a any length of time after Beckham's world the Sacied way. The bayonet can not always try-omand. for the team may confer election, as in Just one short year teenth andHeart church, Seven- Frank Zoeller. Jr., Financial Secre- and bring harmony and prosperity Father tary; Edmund E. Schmitt, Treas- to the nations. After discussing he organization be at Ireland's throat. When it is with either of tho above mentioned. the strength dropped Walsh has beenBroadway. Pope Benedict appeared stronger of the Irish rebolllonists Mr. Rus- taken away I think there is going The Tegular league games Marshal; from Beckham's 4,000 in 1914 to and no priest is an earnest worker urer: C. Urban Zoeller, besell then tells of tho actual fight- to be trouble. Thero are today in ing held every Wednesday are evening McChemey's few hundred in 1915. his people, who more popular with Daniel S.Burke, Inside Sentinel; and more energetic than ever as he will defer to his Frank Biggs. Outside Sentinel, delivered in Latin M ing wherein these raw recruits held Ireland ten times as many of what and much rivalry exists. The pubcolumns, As rpredicted in these the flower of the English army at the London press calls Sinn Felners lic is cordially invited to attend the Hort and HaswcU announce- Wishes and hav no relohrnHnn nt and Edward Tighe, Leon Gohmann, in which special emphasis was laid bay for several days. Then follows as there were itwo years ago. The these games. ments in the Republican party in the occasion other than the tegular Jacob Renn, Frank Ritz, Fred C. uu me passages concerning the services. During his pas- Relsz, Executive Committee. i his description of Butchor Maxwell's dullest nolltinlnn tnlirlit war, the deportation of Belgians fnvor of nvohlhltlon would iho. fol Sunday he "lino' jtlionoodod torate In oan. struction from that one fact. reign: CATHOLIC ORPHAN SOCIETY. and the bombardmont nt announcements cellng the heavy debt lowed by similar that lested QUEEN'S DAUGHTERS. Gen. Sir John Maxwell had been fended towns. throughout the state, tne Republi- on tne parisn wnon np charge, took sent over In chief command to put TRIXIT1' COUXCIL ELECTIOX. Owing to the amount of business cans realizing that their chances ,T"e, Popo also confirmed the ' down lire rebellion. Ho lost no time The Queen's Daughters will have following annolntmonts nrnvimi.iv comintr beforn ih t vAntni'v In onv llalrlnf nlnne tha the church being consecrated some inmini mann. Trinity Council, Y. M. I., held its of the Catholic Orphan Society last old lines is pretty small and they years ago. He also enlarged the a Christmas Shoo and To.a thin made bv briefs! Tho ,. in setting his to work, tj . trying men one day and shooting annual election of officers in Its Sunday afternoon and the absence are unanimously falling back on SacTed Heart School, now one of Saturday at 666 South Fourth George Mundeleln, as Archbishop of the best in the State, and thin honvv street. The following will have them tho next. There was no mercy club house Monday evening with of a number of delegates tho nom- prohibition as a last resort wu.uaBu, mni. uev. Ferdinand and Httle consideration. British the largest attendance nf Win vn- - ination of officers for the ensuing Thr6ughout the State Republicans PxnonRo hna nlso lloon wlnot nut charge of the different tables: Brossart. Rlshon of rvvincr. newspapers that afterward bitterly and much . Interest was shown in year was deferred until next Mon- - were sure' of Hughes' election and The congregation prays that he may Art Miss Phoebe Harris. Right Rev. Denis J. Dougherty, me selection or officers. The fol- aay mgnt, December 11, when a along the lino were planning for tho do spared to tnem for his golden denounced Housekeepers Mrs, the farcical William Bishop of Buffalo; Right Rev. John of Captain Fryatt applauded lowing will conduct the affairs or general meeting will be held at the local races next year, with the Fed- Jubilee as their spiritual father. Lawler, Lawler, Bishop of Lead, S. D.; In 1917: Baby Table Mrs. L. V. Casslly. tho work of Sir John Maxwell's the council Proniriont Knights Of Onlinnlinn T tloll cir eral Richt Rev. .Toromlnh as the nucleus ' TT,. VIXCEXTIAXS. equally farcical, and Harry J. Hennessy: First Vle South Fourth street. Everyone in of Republican strength, but the Doll Miss Mamie Shuhman. Bishop of Omaha; Right Rev. Bag Mrs. J. B. Arbegust. demanded more victims. Thomas President. Henrv KphlnnTir q0, terested In the welfare of the election of Wilson came aa a death Grab Philip R. McDevltt, Bishop of Tomnrraw mornlnir tlio momhora McDonagb, the learned man of let- ond Vice PresMent, E. C. Sehra-dee Candy Misses Reiling and orphans should attend and make and Right Rev. Patrick Of the various St. Vlnront do. Paul SpcM-ititers j Patrick Pearse and Joseph Uecoixlinc rty. iv.t.. this a thoroughly representative who see no future prospects for the Ryan, BIshon of Pemhroko rn. Conferences will visit their rePlunkett, the poets; Edmund Kent, Sullivan; Corresponding Secretary, meeting. Cake Mrs. C. O. Neff. tario. G. O. P., even with prohibition for spective . churches and receive holy Ihe scholar; James Connolly, iu, .uuwung; financial secretary, Mrs. Refreshment Henrv the their standard, will deert in great communion in a body. In humanitarian; ThomaB Clarke, .the John L. Tlmmel; Treasurer, C. E. EVENING CLASSES. IXTO ETERNAL REST. numbers next year, This is illus- noon the general meeting the after- Schlmphler. will take Indomltabe opponent of British rule; Mueller; Marshal. Peter Tlvnan: trated in local Republican circles. place In the Knights of Columbus loha McBrlde, the old soldier all Inside Sentinel. Itotror ainn On Tuesday evening of each week Wood Axton.the Progressive nomCROSS THE RIVER. The Rev. Father Henry Fein, a went swiftly tho same way. The side Sentinel, Horbert BIsIg; Execu- at Mackin Council a commercial inee for Mayor three Mars ago, Hall on Fourth street, when the adwidely known priest of the Indiantrials were secret; nothing tive Committee. James B. KaIIv n law course ia being taught by jumped back into the republican dress will be dolivered by the Rev. William L. Larkln. a clerk with apolis dioccso and a native of New J. Keller of St. was Known or them until Maxwell J. Sandman, John L. Cuniffe. J. C. George Thornton. Gas and Electric Albany, died Saturday at tho rectory Quite a few ranks and worked Iwird for its Francischurch. Tho fact Vincent do the Louisville Paul's gave out a curt announcement of Kirchdorfer, V. K. Ecker. Collector, have taken that reports Company, and Miss Ruth H. n ot St. Mary's an Interest in this nominees, with the assurance that of church in Greonaburg, the year's work will be read will the shootings. It appears that only Edward Kelty. A class of sixty is course and all members desiring to next year he would bo given tho gave their frjends a surprise where for a number of years he young Kent made any appeal against expected to take the degrees next enter should be at tho club house Republican nomination unopposed. make the meeting one or much In- when they announced that on Fri- was the beloved pastor. Father his fate; the others went to death Monday, tho initiatory exercises to Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. On Of course he probably thought, like terest, and therefore President John day evening of last weok they had Fein has a numboi of relatives in A. Doyhj looks for a really largo without a word. Connolly was bo be conducted by the Unity Council Thusday night callsthonlc classes tho others, that Hughes was crossed ovor to Jeffersonvllle and New Albany and Is survived by his cerbadly shattered with wounds tha$ degree team, of New Albany, and aro being held, in which J. Farrell tainty and maybe Dave Roso a were quietly married at St, Augus- aged mother. would Services wero to get a chance to shoot him his owing to the large class President Kennedy- - is in charge. On Friday (t..f .tlfiA llttln aMIMHn' lAHora in tine's, the Rev. Bernard Sheridan, ovor tho remains in Greensburg held beELECTION TOMORROW. B. J. Sandman will open the meet- nigh penmanship and arithmetic are executioners must prop him In a the assistant pastor, performing the fore the body was brought to St tho Federal employes for campaign chair, a circumstance that might ing at 7:30 o'clock sharp. ceremony. being taught by William A. Link. contributions. Alter xne eieouou it Mary's In New Albany, where it The well (be read In connection with acelection of lay In Stato until Thursday mornwas again rumored that Axton officers nomination and Sewing Sothe count of the Fryatt case. PRESIDEXT ATTEXDS MASS. The IMSIAOULATE CONCEPTION. ing, when Rev. Father Seibertz, PHESEXTATIOX AOADEanT. anyway, but ciety of of St. Ladles' would be a candidate Josoph'a Orphans' night before young Plunkett was rector of St. Mary's, celebrated the now it can positively be asserted Home killed he wag married to Miss Grace Pontifical high mass was celeTho feast of the Immaculate ConThursday there was a delightful that he w4M not be a candidate, h6ld for the year 1917 will be 3 o'clock tomorrow after- ception was marked by a largo at- funeral mass, assisted by many of at GlKord, an artist, to whom he had brated by Cardinal Christmas entertainment Gibbons at Pro. in tho clergy of tho diocese. long been affianced. The night be- Washington on last Wednesday in sentatlon Academy by the three Wtlon platform, but whatever the noon at the orphanage on Frank- tendance at the masses yesterday fore Patrick Pearse was killed he honor of the late Emperor Francis primary classes. There iwere songs, cause AXIOM is out 01 me race fort avenue. All members are ear- morning In the Catholic FALLS TO DEATH. nestly requested to be present and churches of the all wrote a beautiful poem, not related Joseph, of Austria, and among those recitations and music, and the city. Special servwithout a doubt. bring their friends, and thus help ices were held at St. Mary's, Eighth to the revolution, but dwelling with present were President Wilson, Secones who have just n Edward Horny, P.W.l.lu a llaanal rmtlAnlr sin. years a soft and caressing tenderness on retary Lansing, Baron Zwledlnek, their studies acquitted cotnmeaeed fronts Matt ChiKon and Chesley make this meeting and election and Cedar, and at St. Louis Ber- old, a well known carpenter, was themselves the beauty of fields and flowers. Charge d'Affalres of trand's there was a procession in Instantly killed by a fall from acceptably. Many friends and parlocai nepwnu-ea- n King or no king, I do not believe Count von Bernstorff, Ger- ents were present and enjoyed the tsearey, dictators inAxton out of It tha evening, n reception into the third floor to tho basement of the With circles. the NIGHT FOR LADIES. man Ambassador?- mnnhori nt iH, occaeion. the woild could well afford to lose Sodality of the Immaculate Con- Ewing building at Third and Kensuch a soul. staffs of the ception, a sermon by tho Rev. Will- tucky on Tuesday afternoon, his and to hand the nominthey are ready The Columbia Athloti ninhAu-In ail, the iam Bonnlwell, O. P., of St. Rose, skull being fractured: cruehed uerman juniDassies and a number of FORTY HOURS. ation to most anyone for next agajn have a series of turkey games Springfield, Mr. Horny the lives out of fifteen of the lead- the membere of Hie diplomatic and benediction of the was married in November, 1918, to year, and to that end will probably iui imk eineruumneni or a ers. De Valera's sentence, perhaps corps. its ntem-br- Blessed Sacrament. The Forty Hour dmtUmu will give the nomination for Mayor to Miss Katie Waggner, of this city. and frtanila anil Tiiu.i. because be ws bora In America, open tomorrow, the seoond Sunday Herman Monroe and divide She survives him with a the night, December 1,9, has been set was commuted to life imprisonment. SCHOLAR AND PATRIOT. VISITING rAHBNTS. daughter. He also leaves two ui auvbhi, at at. narys onureh, others up among Loots Viesman, aside especially for the lady friends Someone that happened io renumCount Georce Plunkett, noted Eighth and Coder, beftantag wKh brothers, Stove and John Horny, Kooeri lauea, rrana ursene, uui of this tMDular iun'a awMv m! i ber Edith Cavell secured a kike Irish ebn1s.r Tlnnatiiio nf and two i!tps tu Wr snH Vw T. wtuui the ll!h mMi and anilna TiiuiI. h.i-i-. vi... NAurawi, vioe uomcnng slender mercy for the Countess son was executed a a rebel In ttie Rev. Father; Weetermann will direct Ounalagham, father of ana j. tr. The games will be conducted in "a Billing, , Mont., are . yMting Mrs, and Miss Corrine Horny. Funeral the Rail- sausraccory manner ana courteous j Mn. ervices were Markiewict.. Mote titan two hun- Irish revolt, was sixty-liv- e years the. service, ssiated by members road On attention will be shown all who at uooBnuBB parents, mi. ana Club. neitt Friday morning dred others, some of waotn had old last Sunday. George Et Tether, East Fifth street, at St. JPefer's church of which he of the local clergy, tne other hand the Democrats have tend , New Albany. was a dovout member. BRITISH PROHIBITION CONSISTORY 111 ..!.. ng wwu-,f.u- m m HM.- e, Tl.-i- ht nt office-holdi- ng 1 ,! ijni-w- .. Z?r". AJBrteto ""''' sTK foS Slgnor d, Jaie nii..." s, iand-purcha- y, ;;.";, , TLf -- Hnlv-Bookhn- m But-tlme- r. S, .i,i. Slm-onl- t. raui. first-cla- ss Hftlv-Ftflpklii- west Haly-Beckha- m I- -.- Clan-na-Gae- l. Mc-Clea- Mc-Geor- ge Chlef-of-staf- f, deep-seat- ed ,t Haly-Beckha- m ut Haly-Beckha- m -- ,n.i.. ,,, .I-,- - -- court-marti- al xr-- court-marti- al office-holde- is court-marti- al, Har-risbu- rg, r: Do-h- - i-- nt. Og-de- Ht-t- le forty-seve- Austria-Hungar- y; Austria-Hungari- an court-marti- al mt-W- mnr SB 1 i- m Hughes-Fairban- ks l ' KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. - jKHorrcojsrsr xisia jjmjbxlgajs:. tntHHtiHIHHHHMnMIIHHIHl EVKRY SATURDAY, taretoa tfl the Social aas Mtrri AdratceaMMt ei Wish AsmktM and CW&eJks OMMaHy laaeieed by Aneleat 04m of Hlfcenrfana, Yeaee Men's IaMKate sad Cathottc Kalghts of Aaiftea. PUBLISHED Save a Dollar BEGINNING TODAY We will hand any customer back one dollar on the purchase of a THE SOUTH'S HIGHEST CLASS DEPARTMENT STORE KBHTUCKY iniSH AMERICAN PRINTING CO.. lacotywiHi, PuhlUfrere SINGLE COPY 8 4MSCKIFTION PRICK, ONH DOLLAR PER YEAR INCORPORATED , WE GIVE AND REDEEM GOLD STAMPS. AMnmH Maat-CU- st fUttw. t k L)TftUJPflajgJjU MKH AmmmXfCAii, IW-- ll West CMBBM(H)4ieH e the KWfTVOr Hntft (km Si. gWJcNcD. LDISVIIiLE, KY SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1916. COMING EVENTS. 14-15-- 16 HEAIi CHRISTMAS GIFT. Suit or Overcoat no matter what price selected. This will add to your Christmas fund. All clothing marked in plain figures and one price to all. Bring this coupon with you: Like Looking Into Christmas Is This Wonderful dead or alive," has already caused and WMXOMMMCbCSCtMWMWWCtCKPw tho death of sixty officers privates, the retirement of liundreds of others for disability, and cost the nation approximately $100,000,-00and the assertion is frequently made that the United States has Miss Mary Meehan Is homo from barely made a start on its Mexican a visit to Miss Claudlno Doncaeter campaign. at Taylorsvllle. 0, No moro appropriate Christmas Decembor Entertaingift can be selected for a friend ment, "Jollies of 1916," auspices of lhan a year's subscription to the local Elks for Christmas charities. December 17 Christmas enterSend tainment by St. Leo's school chilKentucky Irish American. your dollar and friend's name now. dren in evening. January 30-3- 1 Ladles' Sewing Society annual charity euchro and MEXICO COSTLY. lotto for St. Anthony's Hospital, attempt to "capture Villa, Phoenix Hill Hall, afternoon and Our evening. TOY STORE K y Now Open The many little boys and girls m Slip ff n o I fL vi rmm AaaWmmml-' m 1 ' who can not withstand their desires to see what Santa has brought will Good For One Dollar the purchase of a Suit or Overcoat, for one week, beginning today On 1 W iZZJM SOCIETY. A fil" ivh'tt ;il December 6, 1916. Kentucky Irish American. QUESTION OP POLICY. A. Flannery, asRev. Edward of the Southern , Miss Mabel McLaughlin, sociate editor of PortGuardian, of Little Rock, Ark., dis- land, has returned from a pleasant NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON cusses tho report of Col. 1 H. visit at Springfield. Be Callahan's Religious Prejudice ComKtMHfrH-HHWfMHl(Him"I II H '! Mrs. Mattle Meaney has returned mission as follows: from a visit to mother, "It is not because wo do not Caroline Shehan, her Bardstown.Mrs. at Horns, 25c. 75c, 95c. Violins, 35c and 59c. Brass Beds 89c to $3.50. agree with raany of tho suggestions Pianos 25c to $13.50. Tea Sets, 25c. 50c. 59c. 85c. 1.00, si.25, Misses Rita and Lillie Manlon of (his report that we permit ourWhite Dressers $l.oo to $12.oo. 1.75. $2.25. ElsRSptlaH Diamond Headquarters Iron Passenger Trains, 25c, 50c. Cupboard with glass door $2.75 and $3.25. selves tho privilege of questioning spent Thanksgiving and tho weekend with relatives in Lexington. Fire Engines, 25c, 50c, 1.25. Chiffonier $1.69 to $18.50. . of Col. certain recommendations Hook and Ladders 65c and 1.25. Doll High Chairs 85c to $1.75. ReCallahan, the Chairman of the Mrs. J. T. O'Neal and son, Emmet Hose Reels 11.15. Water Towers $1.25. White Rocking Chairs 89c to $5.50. ligious Prejudice Commission of tho O'Neal, have gone to Phoenix, Ariz., Eagle Range 25c 50c. Toy Tables 25c to $6.50. for six Donkeys, Ducks, EleChildren's Straight Chairs 50c to $5.00. Wooden Animals , ICnights of Columbus. We have where they will remain phants $1.25. Doll Buggies $3.00 to $6.75. sympathy with tho complaint months. much Humpty Dumpty Circus 50c, $1.00. $1.35, Wagon with Caged Lion 59c. Circus of tho Chairman that his work has Misses L. McCrory and G. L. Christmas Tree Stockings 25c, 50c, $1.00, $2.25. $2.75. $3.50. $5.50. $9.00. Harding, of tho Stewart Dry Goods Tool Chests 50c. 75c, $2.50. $2.75, $4.00. $2.00 and $5.00. not met with the universal endorseCompany, spent last week In New Drums 25c, 50c, $1.00, $2.00. $3.00. $4.50 $6.95. $12.95. ment of churchmen. In fact many 404-40- 6 WEST MARKET STREET Roly Polys 10c, 25c. 50c, $1.00 and $1.25. York City. Lead Soldiers 50c, $1.25, $1.75, $2.50. of tho editors of Catholic papers Swords 35c. 65c. Animal Target, with gun and bullets, 50c. have been tempted to criticize Character Dolls 25c, 50c, 59c, 6Sc, 98c, $1.25, Mr. and Mrs. The Robber Kitten Game 25c. Harry Buckley, College Boat Race 25c. $1.75 and up to $7.50. rather sharply some of tho Ideas Crescent Hill, have had aa their Baby Dolls 35c, 75c, $1.75. $2.25. Football Game 25c. put forth by the Chairman of this guest this week Miss Mary Sweeney, Woodland Shooting Game 25c. Jointed Dolls $3.50. $4.50, $5.00, $6.50, $7.50. of Lexington. commission. His claim that bigotry KeWpie Dolls 25c, 29c, 35c, 50c. 59c. The New Hunting Game 50c. Erector Sets $l.oo. $2.00. $2.so, $3.00, $s.oo. Home Baseball Game 50c. Is waning does not seem to be borne Mrs. J. K. Brian had as guests Goods Laid Aside on Part Payment. $7.50, $15.00. The Gypsy Fortune Telling Game SOo. out by contemporaneous history" and tho past week Misses Catherine Electric Trains $6.00. $6.75. $7.50. $9.50, Parker's War Game $1.00. his contention that the conciliatory Hackett and Doris Bradley, of Grasshopper Tennis $1.00. $10.00. $12.00. $16.50. $18.50. wvxwm OPEN EVERY NIGHT TILL XMAS reports more consoling suc- Bloomlngton, Ind. method KKIWJWi Drawing Sets $1.00. Mechanical Trains $1.25. $1.50, $2.00, $2.25. T iff ,aj if rGAAiB Rope Toss 50c, $1.00. $3.50. cess than tho ancient contentious Mr. and Mrs. Merit O'Neal wil' Game of Golf $1.00. Extra Cars 25c, 50c and $1.00. JflBiffiBI policy may bo open to debate. The spend the winter with Mrs. O'Neal'ii Established 1872 Electric Transformers $5.00, $6.50. Stone Building ' Blocks 50c. $1.00, $1.25. weakness of tho whole viewpoint aunt, Miss Vlrgie Wright, at her Electric Reverse Base 75c. $2.25. $4.75. homo on Eastern Parkway. Railroad Tunnels $2.50. kof Col. Callahan, ns It appears to ABC Blocks 10c, 25c. 50c. 89c, $1.25. Railroad Stations $2.75, $4.75. Celluloid Dolls 25c, 50c. $1.00, $1.50. lis, is his delusion that he knows Mr. and Vnrs. Goodloe O'Neal Railroad Viaducts $1.50. White Beds 69c to $1.75. more about the religious situation have moved to Crescent Hill, to In the United States than tho cleric& spend the winter with Mrs. O'Neal's mother, Mrs. Frank G. Harcourt. who have mado a close study of the matter years before the name of MIs3 Elizabeth Doherty, who was tho gentleman from Kentucky was the holiday guest of her sister, Mrs. h mentioned in Catholic circles. A Alllo- - Greenwell, street, has returned to her home layman must remember that he at Brandenburg. approaches all questions involving religious controversy without suffJohn H. Richard and bride, who was M. Nalley, will vv icient training to understand the returnMiss Luella wedding next subjects Friday, from their will be trip home various angles of the when they at -'MMMMMMMmmr if brought Into debate. Some sincere on Speed avenue. M IB I :mmmmmmmmWJ9lf:i Solid pursuers of relilgous amity may trains; the very latest1916 Miss Anna B. McGill has returned coaches and Pullman sleeping cars; famous forget that we can buy unity too 'MSBam-L'W- 7' from Now York, Washington dining service; unsurpassed track and roadbed dearly, at tho cost of fundamental Baltimore, where she attended and daily the York all of these back up the statement that truth. It Is all very well to bomt Catholic Alumnae convention as ,maaaW peace, with our neighbors, Governor from Kentucky. outward MaaWVr4ki Y Baltimore & Ohio been i but It Is infinitely more important I ?J?S1 Miss Elizabeth Krenler, who is made $100,000,000 to preserve the faith in all essential attending Dana Hall, will return 4z?i;5&rw maaaaraW&mi KSIESKkS.; w; 'vrf elements. Conciliation may be wel- December 17 to spend the Christ in five come under certain conditions, but mas (holidays with her parents, Mr. Hi a R ';o in H not at tho compromise of Catholic and Mrs. George Kremer, Cherokee M ft Hi Three Splendid All- M& truth. No layman has been com- Parkway. I83&1 Steel Trains Daily missioned by the Saviour to pre Miss Marcella O'Connor has re from Louisville tend to infallibility In dealing with turned from a most delightful religious problems, and tho more Thanksgiving vacation, spent at the farm of 8:10 A. M. 2:30 A. M. outspoken such a one becomes in stock Lagrange. Mr. B. J. Metcalfe, near his insistence that only his views 810 A. M. and 200 P.M. Trains Have &&m '&w& Throasb Sleeping Cars to New York. (ESfc. are right the more he lays himself Miss Frances Burke, of PittsOur buying department in New York, bpen to the suspicion that ho i3 burgh, was guest of honor at a fttf nvx'-i-. Liberal stopovers are permitted at Washbuying exclusively for us by constantly shopping dinner Thursday night given by wrong." Baltimore and Philadelphia on IH WmaawKdlkmmwmm i ington.to New York and other Eastern cities. Miss Helen Mapother at the home tickets among the manufacturers, secures the very best 9HW8. of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. W. L. Wrjc:Z& SHOULD BE HEEDED. Mapother, on Third street. and latest styles at the lowest possible price. . mI mmMBmMKmaiaaaaaawm rC:':'Jtf: OFFICE! FOUHTII A MA11KET TICKET t M MKmMMiwaaaaaawm lV i P WMMMMmamMmmaMOMMmM Fhonrst Main 230, City 330 tmr.'j?&': The Governors ,of the Federal Miss Elizabeth Gathright. who is (2) Our policy of selling for cas"h only, by ' Reserve Banks have warned in attending St. 'Mary's School at Gar T. J, WBW, DUtrlct nusencr r Aent saving losses from uncollectable accounts, cuts rfKiCitJivml vestors of the risk of purchasing den City, L. I., will Teturn Decem ber 20 to spend the Christmas va down our cost of operating and permits us to pay unsecured notes of Allied govern- cation with Mr. and Mrs. Owen V! cash for our merchandise and thus to secure it ll at ments. This was of course to be Gathright at their homo on Second xasicrtVthe very lowest price. expected. Governments have a street. Pmueomgor Arm Out 6fMfs" "Out !'. r!llii-tieway of dodging payments of their Miss Catherine Welch, daughter fvSl (3) During our "Getting-Acquainted- " Sale we obligations, which unwary investdrs of Patrolman Otto Welch, who bas are selling goods at cost, plus the expense of pneuwill find to their cost'. We do not been seriously ill of typhoid say that the obligations will be monia at her home in New Albany, handling. Is reported lepudiated. Not at all. But the danger point as having passed the and on the way to Where the home Where work Is quickly The above reasons also explain the remark short-ternotes can by a, little recovery. brightest; done; 53 able values in our Suits, Dress, Waist and Skirt manipulation, due to necessity, be Where cooking seem Miss Susan B, McDormott will Where the work u converted Into long-ternotes, and departments. lightest; real fun; be host at a tea December 26 at then when they become a drug in the homo of her parents, Mr. and Where the Hieal is deWhere baking gives the imarket and prices go tumbling Mrs. Edward J, IcDermott, on vhPHH " i cooked beet; light; down, as will Inevitably be the case, Ormsby avenue. In honor of two of Where the range stands Where dredge la out of season's debutantes, Misses Nell the test Government steps In and offers to the sight That's where the "redeem" them at their face value Fulton and Emma Hagerty. That's where the Burgundy, velour, plush collar Gabardine, poplin and velour; We tie featuring tome lemirkable viluet in "Quick Meal" comes "Quick Meal" eomes by other notes or bdnds bearing a Y. M. I. la. and cuffs; full lined; some belt- some fur trimmed; and incom- Petty Drettet; colon and model in great la. low rate of interest, and the uned, full models. parable value. variety. Prices range from $8.75 to $11.50, Quick Meal Gaa Raagen Sold, Installed and Highly KeoomiflAHde J The Board of Grand Directors fortunate investor will be obliged of the Young Men's Institute will EXCLUSIVE SHSP to accept tho government's offer BETWEEN SEELBACH SF H6TEL AND or boW at a big loss. Tho pro- convene In this city on the second PRICES rSPBUR MAJESTIC THEATER MARKET ST. nouncement of the Governors of Sunday in January, with Grand President Robert T, Burke and the. Federal Reserve Banks is other officers attending. This will 536 South' Fourth Avenue. timely and should be heeded by in- be the last meeting of the' board, Horn, City 3101 Cuiub. South OGG-and after its adjournment arrangevestors for their own good. ments will be commenced for ' the & Drop of two cents In butter and coming convention of the Atlantic jurisdiction. DAN J. HBNNESSY HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW, A. AXMAN. one cent In cold storage eggs, 4.hat INCORPORATED. subjected to numerous have NOTRE DAME SCORES. Fall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. advwnoM of Jive Vents each, are not Quality Coal. Coach Harper and his Notre very cheerta. The dropa should Dame athletes this hare bflcn at nteu and allowedUniversity football team, year Offjce and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia Avftu mly one and twenty cents. that the Army, to croaa their goal tine. The big fame won by Notre MOST CATHOLIC CITY. United States. Its population is Red Crow MJr wcA ataaaM, Mtwt Dame were thoee from the MichiNORTON BUILDING Dubuque, gan Aggiea, the archieoiaeopal only about 45,000; Kr has aloe nar-- 4 Indians, not be placed os the addrew side .Wabash, South Hacked Dakota and Ne cltr of the Dubunne diocese. n mIcI ish churches and about twenty of mail. 425 W. Mfersi Street ' 'to bo the most Catholic city in the catholic lneututiooi. , W. drner rMrtk mi JefTcrsti UPSTAIRS STORE. braska. Mary Hagan, of South I! Louisville, is homo from a week's visit In Atlanta. Miss Cunning, Lewis & Brotzge NEW STORES H' ilk W f & lBi M AJ t4 vvi KSH' uflfflHB,'') '1 wm'f I I 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. These Are Just a Few Toyland Citizens To Introduced Tomorrow MATT IRION St SONS Jewelers and Opticians i fcM ii mfflKtSi Twenty-sevent- ;Hmfl tmaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaWt m mm MM HP nn ami ' iVwrrnri asaington ana has better years Lsircci iu all-ste- el New York COATS imaaaaaaaaammM ihhs irv gsir.. maamamm -" Every style, size and color Enormous shipments reach us from New mamZl The the past Prices and up WJifafififffjml Three good reasons why you should pur chase your coat at McLain's New Store m ' () tfl Where the Quick Meal Comes In iS Best Io-w- ?&& i' E. m Baltimore & Ohio MM mdzm&m-r.-ii- v m m iiGIDi w mam sfiRiSr Three Specials For This Week. Suits $13.75 Goats $17.95 Party Dresses !XfcMjbKCt bUN, w. W. B. McLAIN & CO. Y DOUGHERTY LANNING COAL CO. ba Pittsburg and Jeliico FRED ERHART ARCHITECT lai Hennessy Axman '. POPULAR PRIGE TAILORS I raw SZjaJVOMJO:Y IlfcXSIX A.dGB3SRIOJS:-- w rfill 3L1 ' -- ' V S. L. HYAISON EIGHTH AND OAK Christmas Furniture " '" ' - s Wines and Liquors Home Phone Ciiy 6771 11 - bacon a SON INCORPORATED Beautiful, Durable and Sensible r I Never before has the giving frivolous, useful gifts been so ill advised. You confer lasting comfort and real benefit as well as pleasure when your gifts are practical. Furniture is always appropriate and our beautiful stock offers a wide and pleasing selection. gmmmmm ESTABLISHED 1803 Louis A. Broring, We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. D. D. S. . i Homi Phua 255S 430 W, Market St Books For Christmas At Bacon's you will find Books for all grownups, young people and children and Books alwavs make most appropriate gifts. m O'liEARY & CO. Headquarters for OITSr. AND FARM . PROPERTY. Seo us about anything in real estate. Wo sell, buy and rent. 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. Borne Phone City 44G4. B. Work easy, profits large. TVhlte squabs always In demand. JOHN I AT 50c PER COPY Girls' Books Molly Broun Scries Tho Tucker Twins 1'nul nnd Peggy Peggy At Spinster Farm KIsn's Gift Homo Miss Jimmy RAISE SQUABS meat-e- d oys ' Books Arabian Nights Gulliver's Travnls Pilgrim's Progress Pock's Bab Boy Tho Four Boys' Series "Baseball Joe" Scries Tho Hover Boys Thoso Smith Boys Rev Kingdom Scries Big licnguo Series your foundation stock from our pens of carneau or homer pigeons. Guaranteed mated pairs and young birds. Write for prices and Information. ALBERT NISBET & CO.. 2808 Main St., Louisville, Ky. Start : AMERICAN ELEVATORS The Christinas Maker's Club Ally's All Alono Ally's In Hnppyland New Meade Books made in i1ouisvidl.e by amerioXn elevator & machine co. "SOUTHERN STAR" SLICED BACON . AT 25c PER COPY i Girls' Books Boys' Books Moving Pictut: Bojs Motion Picture Chums Iso- - Scouts Two Ameirran Boys' Series Tom Fairfield Scries Dave Dashnway Series Tom Swift Series Ut Ready for Your Griddle Morning" 1b tho HAMS, LARD, ' SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. (Incorporated.) Tho Red Cross Girls Tho Campflro Girls rihc Moving Picture Girls Motor Maids Automobile Girls Ruth Fielding Series Miss Pat Series Grace Harlow Scries Bottle Dimple Series lVnnk MerrtueH Fred Fenton Series 5 Z Little Prudy frries Pick Prescott SEE POOLEY FOR Room .MONEY RELIABLE F. R. POOLEY 1, Courier-Journ- CONFIDENTIAL Billy Whiskers Series; per copy A General Assortment of Books Mother Goose Books; per ueautiruny illustrated; copy 75c, 30c and 25c . 30c Every Boys' Library; per 75c Complete t I J Exquisitely finished, gracefully designed and thoroughly well made. Golden oak or rich mahogany finishes. Ijirge, massive, striking and an ornament to any room. Worth $17.50 to $20.00 In most stores. While the finishes aro Imitations of mahogany and quar-- " tercd oak they aro Just as handsome, as perfect and as durable, and tho difference la largely a matter lot sentiment. The top measures 42x26 Inches and has genorous drawer. Note the heavy columns and the wide shelf. A truly remarkable offer. Don't fall to get one. Building 21-- J. Five Little Peppers; per copy 415 Fourth Street Residence Phone, Pewee Valley Phone, City 3180. JOS. DALY 120 J' 1 K CONTRACTING PAINTER t r -- With 8 Stores In 7 Cities "It Stands to Reason" We Can Save You Money . West Green Street, Louisville, Ky. r T- - PEOPLES FKOVXDE&r ASSOCIATION Incorporated, n was organized by cltlzena to make LOANS on furniture and other personal propwell-know- S. 13. LOWEST BATES. Coleman Bids.. Cor. Third and Jefferson. Both Phones. 2886. Phone Shawnee GOSS 803 erty at Fiction; for grown-upa splendid assortment; per copy. .00c Paint Books; each 50c, 25c, 15c, and lOo Gift Books; each 50c, 30c, 25c, 15c, 10c and 5c Tho New Teppcr Book Our Davie Pepper; per copy ...$1.18 s; copy 00c 50c Library of AVit and Humor; per copy flOc 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 beau- tlful assortment at, each, 25c, History of Iho Wild West: Der 10c, 15c, 10c and copy 5c 00c Frank L. Ban in Books; per copy 00c and I jiius oi copy 50c Old Mother Hubbard; a favorite nursery book; per copy ...75c Fairy Boole Scries; green, red, blue and yellow; per copy. 50c Our Child Fnvorifpst r copy 50c w iii any uoiors; per I i ti Helpful Suggestions Furniture-Offerings Home HENRY. m Which iflakto - Appropriate-Christma- s Gifts" S5 to KOOriNO, aUTTEBINO, SPOUTING Tin Koofg Repaired, and Painted ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY 2011 West Broadway, loalivlUe, Xy. ENGRAVERS MHaXICH DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT K X . Toilet Tables $13.50 65 Sewing Stands ?4.50 $8.95 $4.95 $1.48 to Candlesticks $12.50 $38.50 $48.50 $36.50 ?75.00 $28.50 $25.00 $55.00 $55.00 Mahogany to Vases Music Cabinets to Electric Lamps $6.75 $14.50 to S $4.85 $48.50 $48.00 $30.00 $85.00 $65.00 $400.00 ENGRAVING COMPAM' ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS Louisville, Ky W. Mala St., Home Phone City 6674 0532-- ! nisrtEi yV ruiLK. M--4 BEER iiuhl dci Service?" icn. Homo Phone City CHIMNEY J Morris Chairs $15.75 $7.95 $10.00 $17.50 $12.00 $39.00 $26.75 to Library Tables to Bookcases to REPAIRING POINTING TUCK WM. H. SMART AND PLASTERING BRICKWORK 633 EAST CHESTNUT ST. Prompt "Delivery CALL NO. 467 Sure. Ladies Desks to Rocking Chairs to Kitchen $6.50 Cabinets to EITHER PHONE, Tea Wagons to Mahogany Trays 98 to $7.50 HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral News Notes. Smokers' $1.98 $1.98 $14.50 15.75 to Stands" $22.50 $12.50 $85.00 : IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE lt3 KY, OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. China Closets to Poster Beds $14.75 $34.75 $3.85 $1.48 to $58.50 $72.50 $25.00 $5.00 Table Covers to Dining Tables to Buck's Ranges to Gas Ranges to Bedroom Suits to Cedar Chests to Chifforobes to $60.00 $65.00 Cos-turner- s, Davcaport to Beds $65.00 Child's Rockers to Brass Beds $131.75 to Humidors, Taboureftes. Footstools, Book Blocks, Collarettes, Dining Chairs, Pedestals, Rugs, Linoleums, Mattresses, Springs, High Chairs, Buffets, Etc., Etc. Easy Credit Terms, Lowest Plain Figure Prices. J' V. 1 Both Sides of the Street, Between 6th and 7th Rhopes-Borfob- p 624 625 626 $27 629 West Market Street -- J r tion was given the State and county officers of the order last Sunday at Seattle. Delegations also came Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common from Tacoma and Everett. The Indianapolis "Ladies AuxDue to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON", iliary initiated a large class at St. Joseph's Hall, when Mrs. Margaret and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. Taylor, the State- - President, pre- PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. sented beautiful, gifts to retilrng county officers. Home Phone 191? The county convention of the Cumb. Phone West 191 THE Ladies' Auxiliary at Buffalo was one of the most successful over held. Mrs. Margaret L. Burns was eletced County President for the next two years. For several months the HiberXHCORrOAATED nians of Pueblo, Col., have been working for a large class. Their expectations were realized 'with the initiation last week, which closed banquet and with an elaborate Beer& patriotic address by Rev. T. J. s. Wolohan and Judge M. J. Galllgan. 8M at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, QRUI3ER & DEUSBR. MasjJjers, Louisville. Ky. MISSION A SUCCESS. week. An exceptionally .pleasing Division 4 will hold its annual election of officers Monday evening. County President John Hennessy is laying wires for a big parade on PHONE CITY 859. St. Patrick's day. Local members are still talking A Case of of the successful initiation of last recep- JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE, Good Judgment. Order a Cate f FALL CITY BEER WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled "As ezceJte;" The Dominican fathers, Rev. J. R. Clark and Rev. J. L. Plnerly, of tho mission band at St. Louis Bertrand's, this city,, last Sunday - 'QUAKER MAID' INCORPORATED -- -- -- evening concluded a' well attended and most successful week's mission at St.- Anthony's church, Bellevue. On the first three days there were special services for the children. GET TOGETHER MEETING. Knights Louisville Council, Columbus, will have a "get of Clean Grocery Stores. "The Best For kess n Oders for $1 or more delivered to any part of the city. 0t u tbe Nearest Phos Oar Special $3.00 Spray Special $5.00 Wreath Ner to You Flowers LouiivllU. The largest values in ever Fuse-ra- l offered la : d. coadz Men's Furnishings TROTHS SVMtf Mi M KvMMyaCrMf CO WM. SHBKT ISGRIGG CONTRACTOR ' L. MJBTAL S1 West Walnut. Hew PkM City 7662. 410S Hoary Street Bene Phone, Shawnee 1S83-- tva yesr feeya aa tcaeattoa tfeat wUJ pr3ur tsm for UX. gether" meeting next Wedneday THOX. J. 2R0DI&IGK THI PELL. HOLLKxtBACH 00. evening and Chairman George H. ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE: INOORPORATffiJ Naber, of the Entertainment Cam 119 W. Srsaawar, a!rrUlf, Xy. PLUMBING, GAS AND S8WKU0B mittee, urges a large atteada&efc, Distiller OI Ceadbatee' by tae Xaverlia Brethtrs. ac some novel and amusing featured OLD PORTUNA SOUR MASH SolMHttte and Buniaawr EImm 'PfcB OltT 4898-- J will be introduced, and m the an- CWmImI. Preparatory "HOLLBNBAOH" PURB KYS Laev nouncement puta It there will be bo OeuriM, raal. Wall XartnBt,Oy n, Battli Swiauater m W. Mfai St. LJffTlU7 Xy. Jaataa, Dlr, '2- -. long faces tolerated. Item Kftartb to- both phones. For prompt delivery call 223 WW . TM, TmWOL trmwdmitt4 INOP f I t4 !. r. "Flowers telegraphed eyary where. juzj&jsrr'XjiDm.ir irish B '"IViSSSSSSB flSBBBSS! AJMOESxtxcAJSp. i nsas8ssss St Stewart Dry Goods Co In ConnectieaJfitkj&JDcsJ!fcXisery & HERMAN STRAUS rouflTH Avewuf wnawwwa; SONS market I strcct Co. Newark. "M ' We Give and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. MsssssssW WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. rlLaaaaaaaatoMW-i- ' i Catchy Airs We Specialize In MULLOY'S COFFEE Is the best coffee value offered. If you want a delicious, iuexpen slve coffee, TRY OU- R- MEN'S NECKWEAR NEW BLEND 65c 3 1.3 Lbs. Special rebate ticket good for trade with 2 2 lbs. of New Blend. v 10c In at 55c The new fall pattern are in a large variety of new and novel ettects in stripes ana an-ov- er JOHN M. MULLOY, 212 West Market. Thousands and Thousands will also enjoy a trip through Taytown to see the many new and pleasing things Old Santa will have for the little folk on Christmas morning. Grown-up- s Now ready for little boys and girls. Select Your Xmas Present FROM Z designs. veniently located just outside the Walnut street entrance. You are assured prompt service and $2 splendid selection of the best seasonable merchan- - $Stewart's dise. Men's Furnishings section is con- - VIC LORCH JEWELER.... 244 E. MARKET STREET Bet. Breok nad Floyd. ' m - tftftftftftftftfffttt?ft5tStftft PyyWWVVWVyWWwrw --t"M'l"M"l-l-M fr "THE JOLLIES OF 1916" D'OUGHERH & McELWTii PRESENTED tfY I LOUISVILLE LODGE OF ELKS 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, sfc For Charity Good Music FOUR PERFORMANCES Funeral Directors and Embafniers BOTH PHONB5S. Climb. Mala 209S.a Home City 2908 i ' ' ', a ;; '. Tops, Engines, Automobiles, Hooka and Ladders, etc., 25c to $1.75 Ives Electric Trains; big variety; $3.80 to $12.50 (Demonstrated.) Rocking Horses and in all sizes; $11.50 and down to $1.00 Simplex Typewriters; a very educational toy; write like the big ones; $0.00 down to $1.00 (Demonstrated.) Phonographs; this will please the youngsters; plays any 10c complete phonograph record; with 3 records $2.08 Bicycles; Velocipedes and many kinds and styles; $11.08 , down to $1.75 The Juggling Clown; very funny 50c Upright mahogany Pianos; finish; 50c to ...$5.75 Piano Stools; 25c and 50c many styles; Doll Trunks; up from 25c Hill-climbi- Shoo-flie- s; Climbing Monkey; very amusing to tho children and grownups 25c Dolls' Willow Cradles; $1.25 and 50c Tinker Tojte; many models can bo made with these 50c Drums; we have a big line of these; priced from 25c to....$2.25 Blackboard; in easel and wall; $2.50 down to 50c Rugby Footballs at. 08c Ten Pins; fancy striped; $25c to j, $1.25 Child's Desks and Chairs; large variety; as low as $1.80 And Thousands of Other Toys. Dolls of All Descriptions; $10 down to 25c Automobiles; Just llko the big ones; $21.00 down to $4.08 Tool Chests; with lota of tools; 50c up to $5.08 American Flyer Trains on Tracks; $2.75 down to $1.00 Others at 50c (Demonstrated.) Beautiful Costume HOME PHONE 88 i 111 HI t HI M"H"H'I MAIN 3971-y MACAULEY'S THEATRE, Dec. WVVkVtVVVVA CUMBERLAND 14-15-- 16 ;; GERMAN BANK mB5Bm REQUEST 219 West JcCkmn- - Express Wagons; steel body; all sizes and prices as low as noc Wheelbarrows; up from 25c Grasshopper Tennis - Games; very amusing 08c Popular Games of all descriptions; up from..-10c Juvenile Books; a very large assortment; up from 50c American Model Builder; a construction toy and very edu- cational; keeps the boy busy; can build hundreds of models; 50c and up to $7.00 (Demonstrated.) Wood Builder; wood construction toy for tho smaller children; $1.00 and ooc Doll Furniture of all descriptions; oak and white enamel; 00c to $0.00 Rockers and Chairs of many styles; 25c to $2.50 Wood, Brass and Iron (Beds; all cempleto and some with springs; $7.00 down to 20c . Thursday, Friday and Saturday Evenings and Saturday Matinee. J. J. BARRETT'S 50NSji FUNERAL DIRECTORS' AND EMBALMERS. A CANDI)E)D FURNITURE STILL THE BEST PLACE TO BUY We respectfully request our patrons to leave their orders for Christmas Candies as soon as possible and avoid the rush of the last few days. goS)eeooe4eca GRAN W. SMITH'S SON! AL. S. SMITH, PROP. S22 JSetmi: IMata Street. wwwwwwwwwmwww RUDOLPH & BAUER, CANDY MAKERS 230 West Market. Fifth and Market Sts. Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Stoves arid Raftges Good Furniture at moderate prices without stamps. trad-in- g Funeral Director and Embalmerl Electric Ware SOLVES THE JAS. GREENE i 415-41- 7 If you want oxpert service Just call us up. We have never boon oal tho war begun and aro thoroughly equipped to liandle all work of every description. You can rest assured you need dyeing no can satisfy you. Auto Delivery. Parcel Tost if of dyes for one moment sinco Service. X"irE5X3KTG-INCORPOnATKD. H0HEt-- 35. ! BOTH PHONES 810. SOUTHWEST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. $ EAST MARKET STREET. 4 k ''WmWa UlNti uullak starts a ravines Account with this safe, conservative, old Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 per cent. No cost to you whatever. The same courteous attention eiven the depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. Sixty-one-year- ; , ; . ffees)eee'aaei 9 Home Pkena Shawnee 484 Cumberland, Wast 11 INCORPORATED. Gift Problem PULS CLEANING f Appreciated because it is useful every day in the year. 426 S. Fifth St. ibth Washing Machines Vibrators ltadlators l'ortablo Milk Warmers Chafing Dishes Toys Sewing Machine Irons Motors Vacuum Cleaners Hair Driers Are On Exhibition Toasters Percolators Curling Irons Grills Flashlights DYEING CO. Louisville, Ky. J i RATTERMAN t SCANNELL I TRY A LOAD OF Wallins Creek Lump Coal Hih in Heat. FOR HOME TJSBJS. J German Insurance BanK Under the :: Second aad Market State Government SaparvIaiOB. Independent Funeral Directors ana nmnaimprs t.VMrV--7 tow in Ash. Bit Clock 3101 WEST BROADWAY 2 XsstABVAAJaAAAAABVAAAAssiAAAssAsAAAJIs1 H. C. Tafel Electric Co. St aaaafcf BBBBaH kTaaV 'i '"aaTal S aaaaiaWW BaaaaBT?'.r iF yaaaal ivM JBaaafl ')'jH ncceiafoUy treated without pals. Our original, acleatlQc and a&Uary. Beferences, tea leading phyalclaaa arid Burgeons. Ktabllhd 1883. Sota phones. Suite 306 Stalks Blag;. Remember TRIBD riOOK. Corns and All Foot FOR HIRE Troubles AUTOS AND TAXIS service. We are as tlive us a trial for method are first-cla- ss 236 Wist Jefferson THE BEST 51, S6ANL0N GOAL 60MPMY INCOnPORATSai. $1.50, ?2 HATS AT Homo City 405 319 PAUL JONES BUILDING. Camb. Maia 41S close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and ni&ht. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable chauffeurs our specialty. Oive us a call. DR. FRANK DAVIS AND WIFE SUn Bell, assistant OLDBARBEE The SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. Beth Phases 3399. Home Phone, Shaw. 2808 Qarlaxd Ave. Chawk & Smith Attto Co. !j ! NO MORE PAY DAYS! J! lVVbWtfrVVlVwVlVww ViM S.iiaeaca 47S-- 3388 SftrUnd Ave. Cumb. Phone, South S7-- OSo A Bst Straight Whisky On Earth INCORPOIU.TW J Shawnee Chimney Cleaning Company Overhaaliag nad repairing Isasa or ket air iarHaoos a specialty. Prompt aerviee to all porta ef tfaa mlty. MbefM4nT AH ta late lad aw Stfi i aaa Skati yricM. at rWabl That time comes for every maa. The onlv wav to nre- pare for it is to save something out of what you earn and put itinasavinca account at interest. 8A.VK FOR A DOM- KSAVE COn OLD AGS SAVK AND 1NVJBS- TSAVB FOR A BUSINESS OPSNIN- GBA.VJS JFOn 1MUKPKWDENCH. JNO.T.BARBEE&CO. Sole OwawndRegistercd DUt. Ne. 32 Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 West Main Street. AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES H.B0SSS0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. We pay 3 per cent, on savings aad help you In your Investments. ii FIDELITY & COLUMBIA TRUST CO. COLUMBIA BUILDING, FOURTH AND MAIN. Capital aad SurplHs, $3,750,000. FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. FREE SERVICE. BE SURE TO CALL FOR FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. 1101-0- 3 sio xtobcsc Tlaeae 112?. BXGDllND'S Avwni HiiiiiiiniiiitisiiiiimnHHfinmmiim I BLOCKADE. McRENNA KAST BROADWAY. I M. J. IANMN, P. IANN0H, & JR., LAWRENCE VEENEMAN, Pf. tUff. VIh ffK. Tms. SftKy. WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. H. McKemia, Distiller, Fairfield. Ky. , . 3TL ai arrived here this 'week after a, three months" missionary trip in Ohio and Father Clark went to Thomas Hughes Kelly, the Treas- Michigan. urer, announces that the Irlh St. Rose Tuesday to recuperate for days. relief collection taken up in the several churches under the direction of PADUOAJI. to amounted Cardinal FaTley The puplte of the Dorian School Tlieie has been upward $18,000. of $100,000 eolleeted for the fund at Padueah presented an attractive in New York City aUee June last. programme at tbelr eatertalament la celebration of TBaaktvinr. A plaawmt aoetel hour followed the RBCUPBRATING. refrffahmeins when prosrwnme', Very IUr? J. 0. Clark, 0, I, were served. The lessis were Um former prior of St. Louia Baiirand'e nuslls. Thia echoot is popular wtth and now a Domlaloaa iuImIoimut, the people of th city. IHISII KEL1EF FUND. The effect of the English Government's blockade of trade between this country and Germany is ahown by the following figures: Exports and imports between the UnHed States and Germany in October, 1916, amounted to $85,417, compared 'with $2,763,405 in October, 1915. For the ten months endtag October our trade with Germany amounted to $5,235,970, compared with ?40,972,88 for the coryear. responding period of Crepe do ehiae eoatc girls uet afeeve the very attraetlye. i!R ;; BANN0N PIPE CO. -- Sewer aad i ., wraie riae ...,me, ereaas Liaiag, i nrerrHBBg,... aeiier rire ana Fire -- . T. . BriCK Vims Illltl'l PatKt I.idrf4CenlBrf. Wall Crrer ripe, tm . rJ-l.- . Dri Til.' TUICUJ Clay, Chfataey ., y .i.v T Tes. iltk. 1 lt OFFICB 528 WEST JEFFERSON HOMB- - PHONB8 CITY 11 S73-178- 6. r! fer ltttle are Ti I .WORKS h n m n m i qi n u in h 13th Hi Breok. adMneila 11 07. Ave., Bet. 9th aad MAIN 1 11 CUMB. ii m 1 1 m n it I i 1m