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LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1916. lewd language of tljls English politician any meanfng to which the heart of suffering humanity in this hour responds." Following the peace proposals of Germany tho English and French press scoffed at the' suggestion and they were followed by many of our nowspapers In Am'erlca, who arc or interested in the munition factories' Svelfare. All of these insinuated that Germany was at tho end of her rope, pro-Engli- sh EI Norao Wilkoe Union Mads Cigars. VOLUME XXXVII. PRICE HVE CENTS. MENACE And Followers Given Broadside by Editor of Brnnn's Iconoclast. Advertisers Comprise Class Burred Prom Columns of Reputable Journals. Headers of Menace Known as the Easy Marks For Fako Advertisers. (QUACKS MATCH THE I REPUBLICANS Sec Gloomy Prospect Ahead For Party Throughout Entire State. tmnt fhfcf cnivia nfarrAnn the ground: "This war Is at 'a standstill. I have travelled 500 Jtnlles along the western German lines of defence. They can not be hroken through In a hundred years fI have seen, a d few square miles of soil change master's at an awful price. I have been on the east front. Nothing can. happen there appreciably to alteij tho decision, which might as will bo rendered now as next year,.! or five, or ten years nence." J blood-soake- Tlllf fO!1rl 1lA fnllnndnii atnfntnnnt Prokihition Will Not Secure Even the Full Rcpuhlican Vote In Elections. Local Republicans Wont Undertaker as Appropriate Selection For Mayor. DEMOCRATS ANNOUNCE EDITORALS TOM LYNCH HONORED. RAPIDLY At tho annual election of officers of Division 4, A. oi H., held MonTal Wlndle, associate editor of day evening In Bertrand Hall, JBrann's Iconoclast, pays his respect Thomas Lynch, whoj had served as to the Menace and its followers In Vice President of the division for tho following broadside, entitled pretty nearly 'twenty years, was "Birds of a Feather:" elected to succeed President John As a rule it is a safe bet to judge H. Hennessy, who had been at the a paper or magazine by the adverOF THE BLIND, APPROVED METHODS head for about the same length of BEHIND THE GERMAN LINES. tising It carries, but I hate to think During the past few months many Improvements havo been time, but declined to stand for reThis scene shows a group of pretty tailoresses sewing for the that tho Rev. Teddy Walker and of tho blind. Photo shows globe election this time on account of his German troops. 3iIb associates on the Menace are worked out for tho Tho two German officers have just completed Inas disreputable as the ads they run of the world made so the piipll may ascertain locations, elevations, etc., recent election as County President. specting a batch of work turned out. A large attendance of members was on its sanctified pages. It is a by touch. present and short talks were mado well known fact that they are when the monasteries became by several, the consensus of opinion a religious zealots who do not lead to heaven a, lot of peo dominant factor in the work of being that the outlpok for the dihave been bitten with tho lust for ple are going to get tho shock of. charity. The middle ages were tho vision and the order was very money. They havo been trying to ineir careers wnen tney kick the ago of faith and light, and the bright. State President W. J. Conkill two birds with one lie to bucket. world owes its charity to the Cathnelly complimented Jthe division on strike a blow for that dear religion The Menace and its followers are olic church. Father Keller declared Its selection of now officers and of theirs and at tho same time coin on the wrong track and going in St. Vincent de Paul was the greatpaid nice tributes to the work of credulity into gold, prejudice Into tho wrong direction. Fortunately, silver and ignorance into green- however, they cdnstltuto a very And End of European War in President Hennessy,' Vlco President Hold Annual Meeting and Hear est worker in the field of charity the world has ever known. He also Lynch, Financial Secretary Langan, backs. Their golden goose is the small minority of Protestants. Only Reports of the Year's feelingly referred to the Sisters of Recording Secretary McTighe and Sight Despite Opinions of Menace "tho deadliest menace to the riff raff, the cheap, petty, dogWork. the Good Shepherd and the Little Treasurer Connellyv calling attenfree institutions and liberty" in matic, Ignorant of followers Pen'Worriors.Sisters of the Poor, who look after tion to the fact that Messrs. America today. Rev. Teddy and his Protestantism give way to wild, the poor and needy of all classes. and Lynch had secured more backers are so sincere in their am- unreasoning prejudice. The sooner In concluding he commended the members for tho division than all bition to destroy the Catholic these peopk) realize that a church of tho others collectively. Attor- Many Conferences Have Now St. Vincent de Paul Society as the church and bo earnest In their de- that can prosper only by the degreatest of its kind existing in tho sire for wealth that they have struction of n rival is doomed to Bend Description of War Scenes ney Will McDonogh advocated a reMembers Aggregated Into world today. vival of the Irish field day and sugstooped to meet both ends. Published Despite Efforts failure, tho 'better it wllL- be for the Society. Father O'Donohoe congratulated gested arrangements' to be started Tho subscription lists of the true religion. Thoro are so many of Censor. the Vlncentians on the large attenduow for the St. Patrick's day parMenace surely must contain a ros- persons in the United States who ance and their obtaining the special ade. The following. are the officers ter of the charter members of the are not Christians the Held for indulgence. He urged his hearers elected for the ensuing year: Fools' Club of America. No person Protestant conversions is so large d Rev. Father Keller Portrays to preserve tho spirit of the society whoso reasoning ability has President Thomas Lynch. that It is ridiculous for them to at the quarterly past the cave period could be try and win converts to Love by Writer Says German Line Im-- ' Vice President John J. Barry. Beautiful Picture of Catholic and be present the closing prayer meetings. With Induced to read tho Menace reg- appealing .to Hatred. Financial Secretary Martin pregnable and War at a the meeting adjourned, all feeling Charity. ularly. One peek at the advertising Instead of fighting among themthey had been well repaid for the Deadlock. columns would bo enough to damn selves the religious bodies should Treasurer John F. Burke. Sergeant-at-Arm- s time given for the cause of charity. Thomas it forever with thinking people. The get together If they want to perRev. Father Thome and Rev. Father Menace is supported kept on its petuate Christianity. A majority gave by financial feet by a bunch of adver- of the population of tho United Sentinel M. J. McDermott. FATHER DONOHOE ALSO SPEAKS Deppenpresence encouragement and were warmly their tisers who have been turned down States is Standing Committee TThonias P. Some arc POPE'S EFFORTS , FOR PEACE greeted on all sides. and out by every respectable paper free thinkers, agnostics, skeptics Keegan, L. J. Meany, W. P. McDonOnly sucker ads and atheists, mado so by the bickIn the country. ogh, M. J. 0"LoughlIn j and Patrick are run in tho Menace. Tho adver- ering and scrapping, intolerance, JJtiAQICiyCjRlLXCJLv Ccmncllyw.l?BffiAt,,ttUL, , V..,. - The"chief vti'Z?"'' rin tising- managers- - of legitimato busi- and hypocrisy" of orthodox creed's". Despite the blustering the circle of the St. Vincent de denials ness enterprises realize that It The spectacle of Christians falling Mackin Council had a live meetCHRISTMAS MESSAGE! Paul Societies was the annual meet- ing Monday night, the greater part would be a waste of money to ap- out over matters of theology and of the English press tho senthnent ing, at which the reports for the of peal to the Intellect of readers of politics, over Scriptural interpreta- prevails that tho end of the Eurothe time being given over to a There havo been many and fine tho Menace and so the advertising tions and civil rights, instead of pean war Is In sight, and the sug- Christmas messages from cleric and past year were made by the many discussion of the athletic features parish conferences, also the com- the council is promoting. Much incolumns of that sheet arc devoted combining in one solid battle front exclusively to the quacks. These to wage war on the Demons' of pov- gestion of peace made by Germany laymen, but none that breathe a mittees on special works at the terest is being taken in tho basketwas foreshadowed by the conference mnrn fThrlctlnn ntiH hrnthnrlv n'Ht Juvenile Court, hospitals, sanita- ball concerns are shrewd enough to erty, vice, crime, disease and ignorplayed Wednesday games following, by Cardinal riums, jail, and other nights, to which the public is in"know that the Menace is a wonder- ance has turned millions from re- between His Holiness and Cardinal than tho Francis Bourne, Archbishop of Gibbons: public Institutions. The meeting vited, there being no admission fee. medium for them, that the ligion and will turn millions more Westminster, ful last Saturday. FollowToday the whole Christian world was held Sunday afternoon at tho Because of New Year's night falling steady reader of tho Menace is. an unless the unclean hounds of dis- ing that conference A No. 1 prospect tor damaged cord Uko the Menace and Tom visited Count do Cardinal Bourne nrnntrnps Itsnlf In nrinrntlnn nrnnnrt Knights of Columbus Hall, where on Monday, it has been decided to Sails, tho firm Watson are sent yelping to their the crib of Bethlehem and rehearses all the seats were taken and many postpone the installation of officers Boods. It is the Holy and the shady and unsavory medi- kennels by tho decent followers of AlthoughMinister to thereserve See. In accents of love a 'history- wnicn were compelled to stand. President Until January "$. was precedes all time and will endure John A. Doyle occupied the chair tho greatest cine companies that support the Clirlst. maintained by all concerned the fhrminliniit nturnltv. Tf s1rd to and the speakers of the evening Menace and make it possible for suggestion is mado that Cardinal explain the rapturous influence were Rev. Francis Keller, .assistant the InsUlt to Intelligence to cirBourne might havo been instructed us we nave no otner pastor of St. Vincent de Paul's culate. to sound the members of the newly which controls the evangel y.i'iZ .jmiii I am not making war on these of joy church, and the Spiritual Director, words than I ... organized British Cabinet, ti' with which the angel gave unto earth, Rev. Eugene Donohoe, pastor of St. It is not neccrooked advertisers. whom he Is on excellent relations. essary. They have been driven out day is born unto you a church. Just a few days after this confer- "For this who Is Christ tne lvoru. Paul's President Doyle rapped for of nearly every other field except When ence the German suggestion for Saviour, the Menace. This paper is a godThe blessings resulting from our order the Rev. Father Donohoe ofpeace is given to tho world and P.hrlnHfin send for them: They realize that rlvlllznt !n!i are Doured fered the opening prayer. Nearly through tho Vatican. out so regularly and abundantly on all the conferences reported that transmitted any boob who would fall for tho aThat the warring powers are at Menace would fall for anything and Intellectual, moral ana social their membership had attended deadlock in tho present struggle the so they fall all over themselves world, like the sunlight and the mass in a body and received holy is shown by the stories of tho dif- nlr nf :Vn.ivpii and the fruits of the communion, some combining with lighting for space in it. I love to ferent American correspondents, cross swords with an intellectual Name Society of their that they ,have ceased to ex among them being William Bayard earth, any surprise except to tnose the HolyAfter new members of parenemy. It Is a pleasure and a ishes. the cite Hale, who in an open letter to who visit lands whero the religion various conferences had been agIs some privilege, but while there President Wilson tells of the futile of Christ is little known. in having a degree of satisfaction gregated Into the society of the struggle and waste of lives now gopreskunk hate you there s no honor Christ Before the advent ing on. Mr. Hale Is correspondent whole world, with theofexception the world the .special committees acopen battle. And to be gained In of sented their reports, showing of the International News Service, so I view with dismay the adverupon the province of tivity and excellent and wrote an open letter to the the secluded Roman in Idolatry. part of all. The work Hospital, tising columns of the Menace. They City President, his letter being sup- Palestine, was burled are filled with quack ads with House, worshiped the sun and moon 3 vVsB9ttwr f Irdai 1' pressed entirely by the English Men stars of heaven. They wor- Alms House, WorkHome and Colored fake cures for gallstones, cancer, School Hospital, Parental press censor, although the tolls and piles, ruptures, rheumatism, eczema, everything except God only, of Reform were visited regularly, were prepaid in New York. A copy shiped tapeworm and fits all the vast homage is and at present tho class at tho latof tho letter was filed with tho to whom alone divine army of undesirables that have Christ, the Light of the ter was the smallest since that due. Hague and reached the Internabeen chased out of the decent pagoing unto all men In committee there. tional News Service in this country World, proclaimed truth' which had Several of had been pers of tho country, Ttiese pretho committees asked Its fullness the by messenger. tended cures are tho curse of huincreased In hitherto been hidden in Judea. He In writing of tho Somme battle- taught mankind to know the one that their number be their work, manity. They raise false hopes in order to facilitate field tho correspondent says: the breast of despair, prolong the ' ijgpfiT3HBPBB5rl' 1b "For men are dying here, Ger true God, a God existing from which was greatly appreciated by agony in curable diseases and put poor and unfortunate eternity, mans, Englishmen, eternity untotilings by a God who theSecretary Frenchmen, off the day when the sufferer will his wisdom Thomas Bohan read the ilSHBIHbIHHBhIWl- -. dying In holes in the ground, dying created all go to a real doctor 111 Hill for a real IIIIIWWKIIMIIMIW In prov- annual report, showing in that under the trees, dying in stables, and whose supenntenaing same menace cure. They are the PRINCE RUPPRECHT. dying in railroad cars sidetracked idence watches over the affairs of Louisville there were twenty-on- e of peoDUKE OF DEVONSHIRE. to the physical well being of men a membership Appointed by Von Hlndonburg to motor nations as well as of sparrow"witn-o- conferences with being steadily inin long trains, dying in inple that the Menace is to the Newly appointed Governor Gen-orfalls l,23gwhlch is whom not even a command the German forces on trucks laboriously seeking their way tellect. of Canada. During the year $7,000 Western front. crease ground.", to peace, dying in scores in to tho messago back i The editorial columns of the of Christmas day Is had been expended for relief of tho The cottage, school houses, dying by Menace match the advertising colASKS HELP. Intended for all men, for all times, poor of the city, the total expense, CLUB CHRISTMAS TREE. hundreds in churches transformed umns in Btupidlty, false logic, Only which Included postage, printing Into crowded ihospltals, dying lying for all conditions of existence. punk sophistry, cheap wit and menThe Father Ryan Memorial eyes by stern adhesion to tho principles stationery, etc., being only $37. This The Shelby Democratic Club has dirt, their sightless They are hypocritical, dacity. which has. undertaken the in tho up charity can inaiviauais of toward a heaven of brass, therein contained to share in that shows the effective The visitswork the arranged to furnish the children of lying, slanderous and get by only placing of a bronze tablet on the rolled or the Vlncentians. and nations hope and In their because of the blind prejudice of front of St. Boniface church to files on their lips thousands on gap- peace which has been promised to various relief committees totaled the Second and Third wards with By the who mark the site of the building in ing wounds. religious fanatics certain men of good will. To violate them 2,805, and included 413 families that Christmas cheer and joy that Imagine that they are helping one which the "Poet Priest of the dreadful landscape which spreads 1,080 needy per- have made those who have attended church by knocking another. Tho South" died, is greatly encouraged Itself before, my eyes as I write Is to reverse the order established and assistance for was evidence that past celebrations look forward to sons. This report beings are by God, human "P. A. papers and preachers are by the expressions of approval of these lines, the followers of St. Vincent de Paul this day, when all will have a good like a cheap gang of Ballyhoo the movement. The association asks yielding up tho flame of life, and were earnest in visiting the poor, time shaking the hands of Santa BEAT SANTA OLAUS. county fair. Instead the help of the public in defraying leaving widows and orphans to wonat the brilliantly seeing the bringing relief and encouragement, Claus, confining their remarks to the the expenses, which will be about der whether thero Is a God above. of The officers and members of the and that their hearts were In this illuminated Christmas tree, hearing teauty and perfection and charms 1500. Any amount will be gladly One knows that men are wounded ,do-ithe music and having their wants believe work. of their own road to heaven they received by the committee, hut It In battle, but actually to seo these, Second police .district flhonninK in early, Christmas President Doyle announced that supplied to their hearts' content. epectres of men Germans, Frenchre trying to boost their railroad ts not desired any individual by of even being his intention to meet with Special It by knocking the other route. I give more than that Subscriptions men, Englishmen crippled, blind- and believeoldin Santa Claus, in ad all was conferences, urging them to the club gifts donated tofriends as- en ?2. will be given the chiltho ed, deformed, lamed, vance of scarred, "have always been suspicious of the may be sent to the Treasurer, Capt. Tuesday they presented a diamond make interchange visits, which he dren holding' the lucky number. The man who had to knock his rival John H. Leathers, Louisville Na- maimed, mutilated, that is hard. bloody field stick pin to Lieut. Edward Calla believed would prove interesting Christmas Tree Committee havo "To us here on this to get trade and If I were picking tional Banking Company, or any ofwork this year and introduced beneficial. out a religion from the standpoint member of the Executive Commit have come echoes of the ribald ut- han, the popular Second district pre- and Rev. Francis He then as one who done excellent the children the best propose to give Keller the terances of Mr. Lloyd George, In ficer. Sergt. Webb made the of pure reason I would beware the tee. they have ever had The officers and Executive jitney-bu- s line to New Jerusalem Committee are Mrs. John L. Wood- which, in the language of the race- sentation speech tand his flowery was very close to St. Vincent de entertainment at the Broadway Theater, Shelby he flings effort or the token must have dazed Paul. that had to depend upon slander to bury, President; Dr. J. W. Fowler, track and the prize-rinpopular Lieutenant, as he was Father Keller, who Is an eloquent and Broadway, Wednesday afterget business. Secretary; John H. Leathers, Treas- insult into the teeth of the Presi the and forceful pulpit speaker, began noon, Decomber 27, from 1 to 4 When a man or a movement Is urer; Matt' O'Doherty and Thomas dent of the United States and the Unable to Teepond. by saying he would only oxitllne the o'clock. head of Catholic Christendom, the good enough to stand alone when 0, Osborne. history of charity, and then porTOOK THE VKIL. Pope. It either of them dares to is nearly perfection itself it Is it RECOVERING, trayed a beautiful picture of Cathneeeeaary to throw mud on a dream of the day when this war not FORTY HOURS. Miss Margaret Qulnkert, daugh- olic charity, which extends to all. shall cease. It would be unjust to It look good. Pure rival to make The Forty Hours' devotions "will the people of England, whose his- ter ot Andrew Qulnkert, of New The charity of the Jews was great, The Rev. John D. .Kalaher, pastor Bold does not have to tarnish the Sunday morning with of the tory hatter metal to prove its value. begin at SK. Patrick's chureh. high you and literature, whose heart Albany, was a member of took claes he said, hut nothing unto thatThe. of St.D. Oolumba's church, and the the the Gospel and Christianity. Rev. I. Donohue, O. P., of St. Rev. know so well; it would be un ef twenty who last week EdloH does not have to lie about mass paster, fair to the d statesmen vail and vows of the Sieters of charity during the; time of the per- Rose Convent, Springfield, who have "his" 'competitors to keep his place James V. Cronki, V. O., the secutions was unsurpassed even been ill at St. Joseph's Inflrniary, and will be assisted by many of the of uts own land, and more espe- Providence at &t. In the 8unV The Pierce-Arroat Terre Haute. She as- unto thte day. He reviewed the are both recovering, and it Is how .Franca the'FaeWkrd dea't nght, Neither clergy of the My. The devotions cially to those of Russia,Allies, to etoee with solemn services on and. the Central European, sumed the name of Slater Helen nerkvfl from thn third .to the aev- - thought they will be able to return should' yrdteetairi region knoelr will lenth centuries and up to the time to their charges for ChriBtmae. believe that, they recognise in the Celete. If both roads Tuesday! ' Cnthdie rtllirloa, , PEACE VINCENT'ANS - Hen-nes- sy - devel-'ope- Mul-tane- y. Dlg-nn- n. non-religio- i evtnt-of-th'oyea'r alms-hou- se now-Britis- - -- ''" - i II Will' Ml ut al 'As-ociatio- n, art-tls- ts - g, 'The Republican party In Kentucky did not celebrate Thanksgiving day with any great gusto and are not looking forward to a. happy Christmas and New Year because tho political future for tho Republican party in this State looks very dark Indeed. Losing the State and the nation In the past year was bad enough, but to havo the party committed to tho hopeless platform of prohibition leaves no hope for victories in the future and may even mean defeat in the counties and towns where the G. O. P. had a working majority. Republicans high and low are loud In their condemnation of National Committeeman Hert, the Kentucky Republican boss, because of his espousal of prohibition and his intent to see the party committee! to it. It was bad enough that he, a newcomer in Kentucky politics, should with tho assistance of the national Republican leaders shove aside Col. McCul-locLudlow Petty and others, obtaining complete control, but to come along now and ram prohibition down the throat of the entire party is carrying things pretty high handed. As a Louisville Republican remarked the other day, "What right has Tobe Hert to come over here from Indiana and fell us what our political convictions should be?" And this remark pretty near sums up the case after all. The Republicans in all part3 of the Stato see dark prospects ahead. Aside from a political standpoint prohibition has no chance in Kentucky, and the quicker the prohibition question is settled the better it will be for all concerned. Tho combined vote of Stanley and Mca blg majQrity Dermott showed over "'McChesneyT' "lTe Prohibition candidate on the Democratic end, while the sentiment in the Republican party was so overwhelmingly against prohibition that Dr. Ben Bruner, the Republican Prohibition candidate, was scared off the track and declined to contest with MorNothing has row in the primary. transpired since 'that time to encourage the prohibition clement to hope for another result, but tho agitation Is kept up by the preacher n politicians and leaguers, who calculate they must make a noise to earn their salary. In this they are being assisted by Percy Haly, who is making a vain effort to come back in Democratic politics, and the Republicans spoken of above, who see in prohibition a pos sible chance to recoup their losses, but the wise Republican leaders will have nothing to do with tho move. That the odds are against prohibition in Kentucky is shown in tho willingness of our trust companies and laTge real estate holders to lease property for liquor purposes with a provision In tho lease calling for a revoke of the lease if Ken tucky goes dry. The gloom of the Republicans la reflected In the local situation to such an extent that some of tho y leaders close to the machine say that the party here is dead or pretty near so. That there is something in this is conceded by the Herald, which confesses that tho Republicans are trying to secure John Maas, an undertaker, to lead the ticket for Mayor, which seems appropriate, to say the least. The Herald further adds a possible list of candidates to accompany Un dertaker Maas, but failed to specify whethor they were tp be or mourners, among them being Joe Selllgman, Joe Lawton, Henry Fox and Matt Chilton for County Attorney; W. E. Ross for Sheriff; Grlnstead for Tax Receiver and Richard Menefee for On account of County Assessor. the party's espousal of prohibition many wholesale and Tetall liquor men heretofore Identified with the G. O. P. will consistently refuse to follow the funeral procession. The Democrats are so encouraged that in all over the situation probability every office with the exception possibly of Mayor, County Attorney and Jailer will have two 's or more candidates. Sheriff candidacy will be unopposed in thu primary, and the same goes for County Attorney Bullitt and Jailer Foster. It Is rumored that County Judge Greene is still holding up the appointment of County Assessor with the posslblo view of getting strength away from Loralne Mix, Mark Beauchamp and Tyler Barnett, othor possible candidates. Harry Leachman is being mentioned as a contestant for County Assessor James E. against Allen Smith. h, anti-saloo- Chllton-SeaTc- pall-heare- rs or Cro-nan- Dunne Is bbing groomed by some sober-minde- w Mary'a-of-the-Woo- smart politicians and ward leaders to enter the race for County 'Cle,rk against Pres Ray. Charles Mllliken Is also being mentioned pretty frequently for the same office. Thomas Walsh. Clem Hugglna and Hunter Burke are. getting a call for Pollee against Judge Boldrick. Judge Mike McDermott and Councilman Will Harding may try for Bailiff with Ed O'Connor. A- - SO&JSPTtZ&IKTr IISH . TTTTTT- JJSEEXTOAJS. - J v KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED BVBRY SATURDAY. (.teretei to tkt SeeM mi Meral AdvaccesMattat tt Wirt Amrkm OfftelaHy Iadeww by Aaetat Osdar e Htfcanstaaa, Ifeaag Iastitate aad CatfeeMc KalgUs of Aoieriea. f"1 . ---- :. , THE SOUTH'S HIGHEST CLASS DEPARTMENT STORE &. hI Jfeas J .,." r JiM KENTUCKY IWiaH AMKH1CAN PRINTING) CO., IeonTHta, FiiallaheTa SINQLB COPY w 4VBSCKIPTI0N PRICE, ONB DOLLAR PBR YEAR BaUrtjl mi KatdmnnStttxm INCORPOIIATED o WE GIVE AND REDEEM GOLD STAMPS. tk UmtmtPgt$ct ta 8nd-C1- i AAsBRKaN, AMrMsaH CoaaaeiwHeas to tfcs KMTUCCT HWSH fUtUr. J1MI West Of MB St. TRADES j'yi COUNCIL DECEMBER 16, 1916. their victorious Allies in 'a further attempt upon Russia. So well docs Russia realize tho danger of invasion from tho South that Galatz and Odessa aro being fortified at a feverish rate, and tho Russian armies aro being massod behind the Rumanian border, Italy is waiting for the blow to iall, and sees in tho fate of Rumania a similar possibility for herself in tho near future. "" " campaign has Tho Rumanian " given Germany huge supplies of grain, oil, copper and timber, and IF HE JUMPS HE FAILS. economically sho is now in a far The machine records any change in tho pulse or respiration of this better position than any of her candidate for the French air service . This is only ono of many tests enemies. When peace is declared for service in tho aviation corps. she will make her own terms. Philip Kelly will leave tonight on COMING EVENTS. a trip to Hot Springs, Ark., and PIjAOING THE EJIBARGO. from thero will go to Llttlo Rock, December Entertain- ATk., to spent tho holidays with A moro effective method for ment, "Jollies of 1916," auspices of Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Esterle, Mrs. relieving tho present distressing local Elks for Christmas charities. Esterle 'being a daughter of Mr. Kelly. December 17 Christmas high price of foodstuffs than by by St. imposing an embargo on the ex- dren in evening. Leo'e school chilMr. and Mrs. John T. Kerins, of portation of tho same would bo to 1 January Ladles' Sewing West St. Catherine street, announco clap ono on the speculators, to Society annual charity euchre and the engagement of their daughter whoso practices in manipulating lotto for St. Anthony's Hospital, Mary A. to James D. Breslln, the wedding take place early in and cornering tho market present Phoenix Hill Hall, afternoon and January. toBoth young people have evening. conditions are largely due. January 24 Euchre and lotto a host of friends who wish them for Visitation Homo at Tyler Hotel. joy and prosperity. '.OUISVIULE, KY SATURDAY, Like Looking Into Christmas Is This Wonderful HOUR. AT HAND. This is tho supreme hour for the men of good will. Tho past they can not recall tho future they can save. Abovo all, lot this land bo generous In deed and word toward healing tho wounds that war has made. No matter where our sympathies tho people of each contending nation aro worthy our friendship and our Never did tho world so honor. need tho Spirit of Christmas as today. FEAIt TDJS TOY STORE The mairjN n Now Open who-ca- notitlistand their desires htle boys and girls l 1 ' iy 'P iX maPf? 3 fiflr J n NOME n i niaVfcJI a a " .. " - TnUTir. 6 ' Following the cowardly policy of tho British Government, tho Canadian Postofflce has barred Hearst's Magazine from tho mails because It published Charles Edward true story of tho Irish rebellion. This is but consistent with the unfair press censorship of John Bull, who fears tho truth abovo all else. . NOBIiB WORK. ilk rasiB ! f Horns, 25c, 75c, 95c. Violins, 35c and 59c, Tea Sets, 25c, 50c, 59c, 85c. 1.00, 11.25, 1.75. J2.35. Iron Passenger Trains, 25c. 50c. Fire Engines, 25c, 50c, 41.25. Hook and Ladders 65c and 11.25. Hose Reels 1.25. Water Towers 1.25. Eagle Range 25c, 50c. Donkeys, Ducks, EleWooden Animals phants $1.25". Circus Wagon with Caged Lion 59c. Christmas Tree Stockings 25c, 50c, 11.00, 92.00 and 5.00. Drums 25c, 50c. 1.00, 42.00, 43.00. 4J.50. Lead Soldiers 50c. 41.25, 41.75. 42.50. Animal Target, with gun and bullets, 50c. The Robber Kitten Game 25c. College Boat Race 25c. Football Game 25c. Woodland Shooting Game 25c. The New Hunting Game 50c. Home Baseball Game 50c. The Gypsy Fortune Telling Game 50o. Parker's War Game 41.00. Grasshopper Tennis 41.00. Drawing Sets 41.00. Rope Toss 50c. 41.00. Game of Golf 41.00. Stone Building Blocks 50c, 41.00. 41.25. 42.25. 44.75. ABC Blocks 10c, 25c. 50c, 89c, 41.25. Celluloid Doll3 25c, 50c. 41.00, 41.50. White Beds 69c to 41.75. frF I L JkJnLaavS J to see what Sahta 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. Itus-sell'- B 14-15-- 16 onter-tainme- nt 30-3- The Louisville Lodge of Elks is to be commended for Its noble work In promoting tho charity performthis ance at Macauley's Theater week, the result of which will be tho raising of "several thousand dollars to be divided among the orphan institutions and charitable organizations of Louisville regard less of creed or color. The B. P, O. E. deserves tho thanks of the entire community for their work of charity. SHOWS UP TRUST. These Are Just a Few Toyland Citizens To Be Introduced Tomorrow Brass Beds 89c to 43.50. Pianos 25c to 413.50. White Dressers 41.00 to 412.00. Cupboard with glass door 42.75 and 43.25. Chiffonier 41.69 to 418.50. Doll High Chairs 85c to 41.75. White Rocking Chairs 89c to 45.50. Toy Tables 25c to 46.50. Children's Straight Chairs 50c to 45.00. Doll Buggies 43.00 to 46.75. Humpty Dumpty Circus 50c, 41.00, 41.35, 42.25. 42.75. 43.50. 45.50, 49.00. Tool Chests 50c, 75c. 42.50. 42.75. 44.00. 46.95. 412.95. Roly Polys 10c, 25c, 50c. 41.00 and 41.25. Swords 35c, 65c. Character Dolls 25c 30c, 59c 65c, 98c, 41.25, 41.75 and up to 47.50. Baby Dolls 35c 75c 41.75, 42.25. Jointed Dolls 43.50. 44.50. 45.00. 46.50.. 47.50. Kcwpie Dolls 25c 29c, 35c, 50c, 59c Erector Sets 41.00. 42.00. 42.50, 43.00. 45.00. 47.50, 415.00. Electric Trains 46.00. 46.75, 47.50. 49.50, 410.00, 412.00. 416.50, 418.50. Mechanical Trains 41.25, 41.50. 42.00. 42.25, 43.50. Extra Cars 25c, 50c and 41.00. Electric Transformers 45.00. 46.50. Electric Reverse Base 75c Railroad Tunnels 42.50. Railroad Stations 42.75. 44.75. Railroad Viaducts 41.50. OPPOSE OLD IDEALS. Tho homo loving suffragists can not understand why so many fair Congressman Fitzgerald In support of his bill for an embargo on foodstuffs refers to the result of food an investigation into tho situation made by Mayor Curloy, found a of Boston. The Mayor threatening shortage in the supplies of tho retailers of that city, and at the samo time discovered that the storehouses of the trust were foodstuffs literally choked with waiting for shipment to tho Allies. Comment would bo superfluous. ENGLISH DEMANDS. The English aro now demanding M'DEKMOTT TO LECTURE. Miss Jessie Bannon, of tho Bards-tow- n tho arming of their merchantmen A lecture will bo given at tho road, has been tho guest of Perhaps it to combat tho Knights of Columbus Hall next her cousin, Miss Elizabeth would be well for us if this were Wednesday evening on "Education may help to solvo tho food done; it As a Requisite to Success" by Hon. This is one of a problem. For an armed merchantMr. and Mrs. Charles McDermott E. J. McDermott. have been visiting at Sulphur, series of free addresses on educaman would be treated as a ship of Do you realize how important this aale is to you, coming, as it does, just guests of air. and Mrs. Frank tional topics to bo given by tho war and would therefore bo entitled MUST COME DOWN. council during the winter, and a when you are planning your Christmas shopping? It means that now before Brent. to only such supplies as would be cordial invitation is extended to all Christmas you can buy merchandise at prices which are usually asked in necessary to enable It to continue authorities, State and Na If tho Misses Dorothy and Mary Louise interested in educational subjects to and clean-u- p sales. its cruise. Anyhow the demand tional, bo really desirous of reduc- Moran will be hosts at a tea De- attend. The council is doing a and its Is ing the cost of living the very first cember 23 in honor of Miss Beatrice valuable educational work for armaments shows how real night school is flourishing, many This is the logical store and this the logical sale England's terror of the submarine. thing they would do Is to take steps Cassllly. young men and boys coming to the for those who, in the gifts they give, would also felto make trading In futures a Miss Mary Powers, of Frankfort, Council Homo every evening to tako TIRED OF TEARS. advantage of the classes. ony. Quack remedies which only has been here on a visit as offer a compliment to the good taste of the recipient the of apply to tho wholesale or retail guest of Miss Ann O'Keefe, Tho world has little respect for WEDDING ANNIVERSARY. Here Is a Croup of InGood "Merchandise Is Known permanent good Beechmont. one who is always singing a trade will effect no ( teresting Gifts while a gang of greedy scoundrels Mrs. Mary Colgan, mother By the Company Keeps Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Bach, of of Jeremiad. There is a whole lot of Harry T. Miss sympathy in the world, but people aro left free to gamble in the neces- is ill at and homo, Gertrude Colgan, Southern parkway, celebrated their wedding anniversary 'her 524 West Ken- twentieth got tired of a continuous flood of saries of life. Over capitalization tucky street. Tuesday with a supper and card is another important factor in tho tears. Be gamo in the face of party. Thoso present wero Miss Vina Nolan, of tho West Chris Bach, Mamie Phelps, You can win moro by increase of tho cost of living, and trouble. Boudoir Robes, Gus Gorgeous Coats, smiling than by grumbling. It Is until tho Government takes steps End, and Miss Nellie Mattingly wero Mary Doyle, Mamie Fisher, Fan-nl- o Mtnur Lounging Robes, the recent guests of Mrs. D. Bretz, Paul Ott, Pat Kenealey, a pretty .good world to live In oven to make the stocks and bonds of Delaney, Pat Fitzgerald, Mamie in Oakdale. Silk Robes, Matched Sets, tho big corporations bear some though it has its little worries. If Farrington, Charles Duke, Edward Corduroy Robes, reasonable relation to tho physical Casper and Miss Nord, George Rankin, B. L. May, Mrs. Mischa Scarfs and Muffs. wo would only measure tnings Japanese Quilted Silk Robes. plants the lot of the Alice Casper wero recent guests of Joseph Kruetzmann, L. Frieden- properly it would come to us that value of their Crepe do Chine and Silk Mandarin Coats. Michael RoMartin our bright days have boen, more working population will grow Casper F. Casper, Sr., and Miss Eva burger, Frank Aikens, John Farrell, at Cannelton. e'i han, John McMahon, passage of time, frequent tban our dark days; that harder with the John Kirk. John Gorman. M. Cough- Wontzell, we, have had a whole lot of genuine or until the workinginen aro driven Mrs. Thomas McGuire, of 2814 Hn, M. Shuck, Edward Included in this sugge'stion are Separate happiness in our llttlo lives. Be to settle matters for themselves by South Fourth street, has returned Henry Dorn, M. J. O'Loughlln, RobMake excellent Christmas gifts. Coats, Dresses, Dinner Gowns, Separate Merely being able to make from Detroit, where sho visited her ert McBrlde, Thomas McDonough, force. an optimist. Besides being good daughter, Mrs. Edward RIney. M. Whallen, C. J.i Waldshmldt, Skirts, Waists and Fancy Blouses. philosophy it will bo a good invest- ends meet is not a condition of Thomas Magulre, Kato Magulre, ment. Wo might well take to heart affairs conducive to contentment. Mis3 Mary Virginia Howard, stu- Pat Lenihan, Joseph Holloran, Pata recent remark of former President Rather it has tho opposite effect. dent at Oxford College, will return rick Fallon; Misses Muriel Lentsch, Gifts of real merit. A beautiful selecConsider" then what a period of de December 20 to visit her parents, Ophelia Bosse, Lucille Fitzgerald, The most acceptable of personal gifts, Taft: tion offered at greatly reduced prices. Mr. and Mrs, Park S. Howard. Mary Rose Belle and Cora Davidson, priced to fit the needs of all. "I have never wanted office, but pression in business would do to Nora Bach, Elizabeth McDonald, in office since I was ward; inflaming the passions of I have been Barbara, Miss Marcella Coll will return Brown, Leona Clayton, twenty-on- e years old. When I look those who are without any reserve from Bloomlngton to spend the Lily and Clara Schmidt, Mabel, Score; years of to tide them over a dull season and holiday season with her parents, Anna May and Lillian over my fifty-fiv- e 'When in doubt give Stockings. Besten back Gold and Silver .Vanities, Powder Joseph Kruetzmann, L. Messrs. life and see how every good t,blng who have left hope behind. And Mr. and Mrs. John Coll, in Silk Stockings are justly famous, and Boxes, Mesh Bags, Necklaces, Fancy Frledenburger, Louis Fitzgerald, has como to me and very little evil, this is the condition to which tho Louis Walsh, Michael Fitzgerald, Beads, Hair Ornaments, Brooch 'and in the Removal Sale they are priced r, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hogan, of Edward Barringer, Charles it seems to mo that I ought to present high cost of living has reBlouse Pins. extremely low. George Taylor, R. J. Mcduced our working population. Tho St. Louis; are here to spend the bravo myself against what might Dorn and M. J. come in the future to offset the remedy can not be applied too soon. Christmas holidays with Mrs. Ho- - Brlde, Henry Mr. and Mrs. Bach gan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John O'Loughlln. o. iS ft, good luck that has attended me wero tho recipients of many handT, Malone, Willow avenue. When the Catholic church con. before." some presents in honor of the Our cntjre stock is offered Chiffon Embroidered and demns Socialism and all its works Mr. and Mrs. E. J. O'Blen, Jr., at a big reduction. Every Jeweled Scarfs are much in THE WAR. and pomps, it does not moan to and guests, Miss Margaret Wand, wanted color and shade is ST. AGNES CHURCH. condemn the good Junk that this of New York, and Miss Aline Bolln, favor and make most acceptA month ago the war would have society has been scrapping from of St. Louis, are spending tho weekhere. able gifts.. end at French Xilck Springs. Next Friday evening at 8 o'clock today It every quarter to been written mix with its the children of St. Agnes church can only result in a German vicMisses Helen and Elizabeth will entertain their parents and tory. As the least stupid of the Malone, who are attending the friends with a delightful musical Allied war experts realized a month In distributing your Christmas Bacred Heart Academy at Cincin- end literary programme, concluding ago, the great theater of war is charity don't forget tho St. Vincent nati, will arrive home next week to with the operetta, "Col. Grumpy's spend Christmas with their parents , Christmas." In the cast will be W. not on the Western frontier, but do Paul Society. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Malone. Dries, C. Sprlggler, M. E. Parson, MCNRT MCSTCN n nnm in the Balkans, and in all probaV. Campbell, R. Herbet, M. Bisig, Miasm wmMsirtzsmw Kenr.nw signed la, bility peace will be HOME STUDY. Miss Maggie Judge will give a A. E. Campbell and E. Rush. "Holy dance at the Seelbach on the even- Night" will be given an artleuc Bucharest On the admission of Home study is perhaps the most ing of Christmas In honor of her rendition by Misses Edna McCarthy, experts most friendly to the Allies, and Georgia Kean, and Abble a boy's the Western drive has been a conclusive test of It is only serious niece, Miss Bennett Young, Laura Marie Gardner, Ctare Rush by the Misses Eliza Gratzer. Special numbers ness of purpose, Woody failure, In whlefa a few yards exercise of his own will to study Jean Howard and Frances Howard. will be Tendered by John Enlow and best possible Christmas rift, be one a letter? Ib there any one that the beet time to wrke a letter J. Caswell, and at the cloee there cause a letter implies trouble taken whom a letter from you would very is not tomorrow, but today. Christof territory "were boagat at a at home, away from the association by the pas- and time spent and will be a short address a personal much please? Is there an absent mas correspondence should not and of a teacher, that a boy gains that of blood Mrs. joim p. O'Brien, 826 colossal sacrifice touch, and onoe it is dropped Into boy to whom a letter might go and , over himself, that ability erine place, New Albany,, who dls-t- o tor. until treasure. noooasary , inflated liar shoulder by a fall down the mall box It carries perhaps be the word in season to keep him because at that the Christmas weak, do unpleasant but time On the other aaad the Germans things, that sense of personal re--1 the basement; stairway at her home serosa a continent, or a nation a from temptation or give him overburdened and the the mails are WIUTK A LKTTBR. resources of' vital tbought,and the warmth of a strength to resist if the tempter the Postoffloe Department are taxed: hare marched through the Balkans, spoBsibility so necessary to a sue- - two weeks age, is Improving, and ' expects to soon be able to be out. Are you owing any had deelgas upon him? Remember to the uttermost. to tha vary handcUsp now read to liak tP with ceaaful life. X Christmas lattar and art ts. and intelligent men are opposed to their cause. They argue that tho ballot will not tako woman from the home as it will require only a few minutes of her time to cast her vote. It Is not because the suffrage will tako woman's timo from tho borne that so many opposo it. It is because it will tend to tako some thing as Infinitely precious as it Is practically indefinable, something in tho relation of man and woman that tho modern family can ill spare. It Is because it will tend to Introduce Into tho homo a fruitful cause of contention, a dangerous source of friction and a latent menaco to domestic harmony. It Is because it will tend to take from Ideal of the tho home the old womanly woman, equal to man but different, It will substitute for the old fashioned woman tho woman who thinks Bhe can only show her equality with man by doing the things that men do. It will give us the foolish woman who thinks that an empty ballot can add dignity to the divine mystery of motherhood and add influence to the irresistable charm of wifehood. J sqgIetvTI at Pekin. CATHOLIC KNIGHTS. Miss Ethel Angermelor was a recent guest of Miss Florence Lynn at Prestonla. J. B. Mahoney, of Jeffersonvllie, lias returned from a visit to relatives Mrs. Mischa Casper and son have returned from a visit to Mrs. Sarah Clark at Tell City. J. J. Fitzgerald and B. C. Wolper follows: Spiritual were Louisville visitors in New Schuhmann. Director York tho past week. . Disregarding the disagreeable weather Friday night of last week thero was a representative gathering at tho Central Committee of tho Catholic Knights of America, held in St. John's Hall. President Ben Kruse occupied tho chair, and Gen. Michael Reichert made a stirring address when tho branch reports wero read, which showed a gain of three new members and a number of applicants awaiting examination. Joe P. McGinn reported tho now constitution and which were received with favor. Officers wero chosen for the coming year as by-law- s, Rev. G. W. Mrs. Jack Laffan has been entertaining flier mother, Mrs. J. P. Sweeney, of St. Louis. Michael McDermott was among those from this city who spent tho past week at West Baden Springs. The friends of Gus Bretz will be Borry to learn that ho is 111 at his homo on West St. Catherine street. William L. Cusbing. Peter Buchhelt. Secretary Henry Schulten. Treasurer Charles Falk. Trustees Peter J. Dowling, Oscar Maier, H. J. 'Veeneman. The installation will take place on the second Friday of next month, which will be mado tho occasion of a general meeting and reunion of former delegates. Vice President President -- Bestens Removal Sale t after-Christm- as It Mes-dam- es Furs rjHOP Robes and Kimonos Beal-me- ar Suits Sweater Coats ISfeckweai Silk Underwear Jewelry Silk Stockings Bron-nlngo- 1 Silk Petticoats S n rtt f '' stale-mat- e; al Cath-contr- ol jkb'3Pxjo:k:y 1 I x:rih ame3kioam-i B T W SUTCLIFFE'S I THE I jg I jfXV jSJL JLJ vJ I UA You Want Money For XMAS Next Christmas? STORE Our entire second floor devoted to Velocipedes, Automobiles, Trains and Toys i M CLASS A JOIN OUR Christmas Saving's Club Time For Joining Is Limited You pay 10c a week CLASS D You pay ?1 a week . .$50 for 50 weeks. Total for 50 weeks. Total $5 CLASS E You pay $2 a week CLASS B You pay 25c a week for 50 weeks. Total $100 for 50 weeks. Total $12.50 GLASS F You pay $5 a week of elery description. Write or ask for 64 page Xmas catalogue. THE SUTCULLE CO. INCORPORATED weeks. Total $250 You pay $10 a week for 50 weeks. Total $25 for 50 weeks. Total $500 Interest willed to your deposits. Interest added to jour deposits. CLASS C You pay 50c a week for 50 CLASS G 220 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE. (CTWfTmpiT NOW READY TO GUARD RIGHTS. MOTHER ANGELA. Car-dom- Ky. Title Savings Bank & Trust Co. CHRISTMAS BUYERS Mother Angela, Superior of e GUIDE Academy at Georgetown, died Saturday, aged seventy-fou- r years. Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly She had been a Sister of tho Order of the Visitation for more than urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements Qfty years, having celebrated her they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readgolden jubilee in September. Sho ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. was the first Superior of the establishment at White Sulphur, and PEOPIES pbovtdent association was tho first Superior when tho 3ESUY Incorporated, Sisters moved to by citizens Angela had been Cardome. Mother 111 since May. A Sewing Machine For Christmas was organized to mae Sho was a nativo of Pittsburgh, and LOANS so completely had she burled her I Sell tho Best. See Mo. on furniture and other personal propreal name under tho robes of the erty at church that It was stated her famC. DORSESY. LOWEST BATES. ily name was unknown. The burial Coleman Bid?., 543 East Jefferson St. S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. took place Monday morning. Mother Both Phones. 2886. Phone M926-Angela was known and loved by many women of the leading fam ESTABLISHED 1808 Homo Phone City 9532-- J ilies of the South who had been her RELIABLE FOR CAREFUL SOCIETY DIRECTORY A. O. H. DIVISION 1. Meets Fourth Thursday, Llederkronz IS COMING. Fifth Street and Court Place. OFFICERS. TEmbry L. Swcariiigen, President. R. W. Dclph, Cashier. HBR well-know- n Hall, Sixth and Walnut President Mark Ryan. Vice President W. L. Cushing. Recording Secretary Daniel McCarthy. Secretary Financial Edward Clancy. JOHN CHIMNEY Treasurer Sorgeant-at-Arm- s Sentinel Thomas Keonan. James English. Tim Lyons. REPAIRING POINTING TUCK WM. H. SMART SSIOXWOSS PliASTEBINO AND ST. 633 EAST CHESTNUT Louis A. Broring, D. D. S. W. Market St Homt Phots 2556 430 LOUISVILLE WINE & LIQUOR CO. ARTISTIC. PRINTING 739 East Broadway FIRST CLASS WORK AND WHISKIES WINES By bottlo or gallon for family use. Give This Office Your Next Order Both rhones 317 W. GREEN ST. Prompt Delivery Everywhere Telephone City 946 Hall Orders Given Prompt Attention AMERICAN ELEVATORS MAiDE ENGRAVERS IN LOUISVILLE ELEVATOR MACHINE CO. BY & MHLICH ENGRAVING AMERICAN COMPANY ARTISTS. ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS CM W. Mala St., Louisville, Ky Home Phone City 6674 JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. Headquarters for SLICED BACON CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. Jt Ready for Your Griddle la the See us about anything In real Morning" estate. We sell, buy and rent. HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. Home Phone City 4464. (Incorporated.) "SOUTHERN STAR" SEE POOLEY FOR Room MONEY (CONFIDENTIAL Residence Phone, Pewee Valley Phone, City 3180. 21-- J. RELIABLE Building 420 JOS. DALY CONTRACTING PAINTER West Green Street, Louisville, Ky. WM. ISGRIGG P. R.'rOOLEY 1, Courier-Journ- al 415 Fourth Street THOS. 0 Home, Portland. President Lawrence J. Mackey. Vice President John J. Riley. Secretary John J. Financial Officers for the coming year were elected Sunday afternoon by the Broderick, 1850 Portland avenuo. Recording Secretary Matthew Ladies' Sewing Circle of St. Joseph's Orphans' Home at the annual meet- O'Brien. . ing held at tho homo in Crescent Treasurer Daniel Dougherty. Sorgeant-at-Arm- s Those chosen Hill. M. Kalaher. were: Miss Mayme Schuhmann, President; Mrs. Sentinel Thomas Noon. Linda Dodt, Vice President; Mrs. Ben Stoesser, Secretary, and Mrs. DIVISION 4. William KIrley, Treasurer. A large Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, gathering of tho members attended Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. the election and installation of the President John H. HenneBsy. now officers, which took placo imVIco Presidents Thomas Lynch. mediately afterward. The circle enFinancial Secretary Thomas J. gages Itself in making clothing for Langan. tho homo's youthful charges and Recording Secretary James J. otherwise assisting the Sisters who McTigho. conduct tho institution. Treasurer Pat Connelly. Sentinel M. J. McDormott. BURNS TROVE FATAL. Sorgeant-at-Arm- s Edward Byrne. Miss Margaret T. Toohey, twenty-tw- o YM. I. years old, was fatally burned at the home of 'her parents, Mr. and MACION COUNCIL, 205. Mrs. John Toohey, on the Hume and Bedford pike, near Paris, Ky., Meets Monday Evenings at Club House, 344 North Twenty-sixtearly last Sunday. A room-maof President S. O. Hubbuch. Miss Toohey had built a fire In M. First Vice President F. tho stove in their room. While sho was in an adjoining room Miss Schaad. Second Vice President R. L. Toohey, thinking the flro had failed to burn, arose and poured tho con- Scheckler. Financial Secretary, F. G. Adams. tents of a kerosene lamp in the Recording Secretary G. stove. A live ember ignited tho oil W. and tho flames communicated to her Bucklo. o severely clothing. She was Treasurer G. J. Thornton. Marshal Theo. Buckle. burned that she died shortly afterward. Inside Sentinel James Radigan. Outsldo Sentinel H. Pfelcer. 1818-182- pupils. DnrcsiON a. First and third Friday, Hibernian SEWING SOCIETY ELECTS. It may seem like "rushing the season" to talk about Christmas now, but if you can spare tho time it will pay you In more ways than one to got as many of your presents ready this month as possible. Don't let all the sweetness and good cheer of Christmas pass you by simply becauso you are tired to death when the day comes from tho rush and worry of trying to buy or make Bome ten to thirty presents in as many days. Tho stores have all their holiday goods in, and materials are now much cheaper than they will bo aagin till after the first of the year. Then tho assortment is not yet picked over, and you will escape all tho belated Christmas shoppers by buying now. Get your things this month if possible. Then you can enjoy to tho full tho last few days before Christmas, leisurely tying up your presents, making Christmas candy and doing all the other dear, delightful tasks that you have always before been too hurried and worried to find any pleasure in. INTO ETERNAL REST. Mrs. Margaret Fitzgerald, seventy years old, wife of Patrick Fitzgerald, a retired tamer, passed John M. Monolmn, Vice President. C. L. A. Johnson, Assist. Cashier. ST. LOUIS I 'THE MOUND CITY" Served by two "Steel" trains making connections in Union Station for ail points West, Southwest and Northwest. LOOK AT THE SCHEDULES. LV. LOUISVILLE 8:10 A. M., 9:15 P. M. AR. ST. LOUIS 6:00 P. M., 7:28 A. M. Latest type of coaches, parlor, lounging and sleep-ing cars. Excellent dining service on day trains. J) ' j hi VfJ ( Jl an Illness of five months, borne with patienco and fortitude. Sho was a woman of flno tharacter and was. held In high esteem by a wide circle of acquaintances. The funeral took placo Tuesday morning from St. Aloyslus church at Pewee Valley, of which she was pne of the pioneer members. Besides her husband she leaves two sons, Lawrence and Martin Fitzgerald; two daughters, Mrs. Joseph Daly and Mrs. John Miller, and flvo grandchildren. PLANS RESEARCH WORK. Rev. Andrew O'Kelleher, of Dublin, Ireland, will bo in charge of tho at her home at Pewee Valley, after peacefully to flier heavenly reward Baltimore & Ohio i A fJn VJu "Our Passengers Are Our Guests" Ticket Office: Fourth and Market. Phones: City 230; Main 230. ItfeJ II Pi 7 luLll te h. J1 JI.WPJJ Dlst. Pass. Agent tr) W fLR&H . BISHOP RUSSELL. Few prelates are more widely known and esteemed than Msgr. William T. Russell, rector of St. SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE Patrick's church, Washington, D. of tho Charleston C, Bishop-ele4105 Henry Street Home Phone City 4392-- J diocese. His Important position as rector of St. Patrick's church, Home Phone, Shawnee 1383-1006 Zane Street Washington, brouhgt him into close and intimate relationship with dis803 Home Phone Shawnee THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH 00. tinguished statesmen and diplomats of our own and foreign countries, HENRY GOSS INCORPORATED a'B well as the most prominent CathanxTEBXNO, spouting BoorzNa, Distillers Of His estabolics of this country. OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted lishment some years ago of tho now Thanksgiving 'HOLLENBAOH" PURE RYE famous ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY celebrity. Louisville, Ky. gave him international West Broadway, Xionlsville, Xy. 528 W. Main St. soil Msgr. Russell is a prolate of great tact, learning, eloquenco and admin''As Near to You as tbe Nearest Phone' istrative ability, and his adminisTHE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT tration will reflect credit upon tho see first occupied by the Oar Special $3.00 Spray historic Bishop England, and sucfamous by Oar Special $5.00 Wreath cessivelyLynch Bishops Clancy, Reynolds, and Northrop. The largest valuei In Fuse-ra- l J. BRODERIOK JOHN TIERNEY DEAD. John Tiorney, a former Deputy Sheriff and well known resident of Louisville, Monday died in St, Louis, where ho engaged in business some twenty years ago. Tho deceased was generous to a fault and was ever ready to help tho poor and unfortunate, and among all classes was popular and highly His wlfo died In St. Louis some years ago, slnco which time his health had been gradually falling. Tho remains were received here Tuesday night by Gran W. Smith's Sons, and tho funeral was held Thursday morning from St. Patrick's church. Irish research work and Irish studies at tho University of Illinois, according to action taken at a meeting of tho Committee on Irish Fellowship Foundation of tho Irish Fellowship Club of Chicago at the Hotel La Salle recently. The Irish Fellowship Club has founded a chair of Irish research study onu work In the University of Illinois, which later on may be extended to other States in the Union. NOT DOLAN'S MONTH. Select Your Xmas Present FROM )kX sbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb ct L. It is a certainty that December is not the month for the Dolans, Tom tho Tom Dolans at least. Dolan, the tobacco man, broke his arm last week in cranking his automobile, while Councilman Tom Dolan was injured in alighting from a street car last Tuesday, suffering a s'evere wrench to his side and back. ST. PHLLD? NERI'S. VIC LORCH ...JEWELER.... 244 E. MARKET STREET Bet. Brook nail Floyd. iMsiyftfSBBBB?' fl Pan-Americ- an Flowers Louisville. ever offered is both phones. For prompt delivery call 323 9ft?S SM J:fi4Sni?HaBBlRBSBlBBlHBBlV7 H9dBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbU fy ?? I' "AsaPi 'VS'sbbbbbbbbbbbbeE swUbbbbeP. bbbbbbHB Tomorrow evening tho children nr Qt PMlIn Mrl' Rnhnnl will nre- sont a Christmas operetta In Wlnd-thorHall, Floyd and Woodbine. NOTRE DAME. In addition there wiu do songs ana The Notro Damo University Rifle drills, all making n pleasing Club has has been given tho rating of Class A, which is the (highest possible for a university organization in tho Intercollegiate rifle league. Tho matches will commence after the Christmas holidays. Last year Sergeant Campbell's men defeated every college team with the exception of Michigan. st onter-talnme- Who Fears to Spealc of Easter Week? JUST PUBLISHED TBS SOOX Or TBS PERIOD. The best written account of the Rebellion, Us History, Causes and Leaders. Completely documented, calmly and dispassionately written by men and women Intimate with Irish affairs, and friends of the Dead Patriots. The Irish Rebellion of 1916 and its Martyrs 427 paces; 46 illustrations; 32.50 net; postpaid $2.70, $2.60 net; postpaid 12.70. MULLOY'S COFFEE Is the best coffee value offered. If you want a delicious, Inexpensive coffee, TRY OU- R- NEW BLEND 65G 2 1.2 Lbs. 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Crner Fourth ana JeffersM AUXILIARY M flsV W J sbbbbbbbbbbhbbbbH Whatever else may be said about him, remarks tho San Francisco Monitor, it can not bo denied that the Kaiser respects religion. It is taught in the public schools of Germany, where tho priests are teachers of religion in the Government Tho ministers of religion schools. aro not forced to carry a rifle, but aro assigned to offices of mercy behind the firing lines. In tho conquered territory of Northern France Catholic chaplains have been appointed Inspectors of schools, and the crucifix banished by the French Infidel Government has , been replaced on the walls of the school rooms. i ,.JjfcjBBBPflE';sf: r GERMAN BANK f"f Zpjtr FLBOSSEffiSON Funeral Directors and Embalmers. tUO UEJHC Tatesasaa li2. Ohllgschlager; Treasurer, Frank A. Qeher; Directors, Thomas Walsh, John Tobe, Henry Dosquot, J. B. Ohllgschlager, J. W. Klapheke and William F. Mayer. FAHt PLAY. dViH Mfi3pJnBsgBBBBBV SBKjdHHT BsBSBSBSBSsHk bbbbskP 3ff bbbNbbbBbBEF Tbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbe vsbsjbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb! bbwS iv KmBBEEM "bibbbPIBBSmBI IbLsbL S, MbbbbO OFFICERS. St. Theresa Auxiliary, Knights of St. John of New Albany, has elected the Rev. Charles Curran Spiritual Mary Becht, H. C. Tafel Electric Co. 23IWMtJtffHMXSt Adviser; Mary Henson, President; First Vice President; Elizabeth Welmnann, Second Vice President; Mary Hlnkebeln, Recording Secretary; Anna. O'Malley, Secretary; Stoma Krauss, Treasurer; Oalra Becht, Messenger; Margaret Kupferer, Sentinel; Anna Meyers, Guard, and Mary Didelot, Theresa Fein and Rose Zeller, ay GET THEM OUT. Charity begins at heme, but it goes a long ways off without it injuring its home use. Look over NEW RUSSIAN PREMIER. your old coats, shoes and underGen. Alexander Trepoff, who has wear. The cold is here and there been appointed Premier of Russia, are many to whom these garments is known as a liberal and reformer. will bring comfort. Get them ready now for the St. Vincent de Paul PLAY FOR HOLIDAYS. them Society, who will distribute de- where most needed, Pupils of the preparatory partment of tbe Ursullne Academy will present a sparkling Christmas Raincoats are no longer hideous, play in St. Martin's Tall, Shelby since they are made of whKe ruband Gray, on Wednesday night, De? berised silk. cember 27, tor which they are Jabots ara back in favor. But steadily rehearsing. The. general they are never the skimpy jabots cents. of yesterday. admission will be twenty-fl- y IbbbbUB Fifth and Market Sts. HERRMANN IMPORTERS FOREIGN MINISTER OF CHINA. Notwithstanding a long and bit Dr. Wu Ting Pang, recently ap- tor campaign against him by so- pointed Minister of China, was for- called "reformers," Judgo Don merly Chinese Minister to United Lindsay, a product of the Catholic Juvenllo schools, was States. Judge In Denver, Colo., by a substantial majority of 10,000 votes. ST. LAWRENCE INSTITUTE. BROS. FINE The annual election ot officers and directors of St. Lawrence's was held Tuesday evening, the following being chosen; President, Thomas Walsh; Vice President, John Tobe; Secretary, J, B. In-stlt- Judge Lindsay's earnest, honest, constant effort against all manner of brutish and erooked opposition for the redemption ot boys and Kirls has rallied supporters who are bound that he shall hare fair piay. WINES AND LIQUORS. Dlstll!rs and Wholesale Deal-r- s In Finest Barnds of Kentucky Whiskies, especially. Pearl of Nelson, BOTTLED IN BOND. MtslMM 114J. 234 S Vim Sflsflt r r JEKCODTJOKSr I IRISH AMEXOAJSr. INTERESTING LECTURE. -- REALIZING : hMntwftnUtnQnFL AfifiAkJA ArtftAltfVyJM '. Ilcnutiful and Idealistic History of Catholic Missions and ftAPlrfli iwi A-,- &ujSJC&s a7 s Luamm.. V'a v4yY 'MlyJ trl AAlF!F'v!hP:..fflr:-::y- ..,. .. ., ,. . ?1 Missionaries. Non-Cathol- ic Tributes to Their Work Among Native Races. Deeds of Heroism Around Which Hangs Atmosphere of Itomanco. CALIFORNIA AND PHILIPPINES (fyYYn n Interest in the story of the early Catholic missions in this country is more probecoming more and nounced. The American people are beginning to Teallzo that there .Is a beautiful and idealistic portion of their history which they have almost overlooked, a portion which can picture the most sublime deeds of heroism and around which there hangs a strange atmosphere of roExpomance. The Panama-Pacifi- c sition drew close attention to the far Western land of sunshine. The Presidential election did not servo to withdraw that attention at all. The sweet sounding, peculiar names the of California's cities directed public notice to their early history And so we became alive to the existence of the missions. Wnrlra wAtu Issued about them not alone about those of California, but likewise of New Mexico from the popular booklet to the intensive study. On the legitimate stage and on the movie screen their story, was depicted. "The Mission Play" tours the country for that purpose. the splendid novel of the author of "A Century of Dishonor," is shown in the moving pictures, to tell us incidentally of California's mission days. The interest thus aroused should spur Catholics to a further knowledge of these institutions of their religion which played such a part In the winning of that far Western land of civilization. There is a great work on that very subject written by a Franciscan, who today resides amopg the scenes of which he has told us in print. It Is Father Engelhardt's work on the "Missions and Missionaries of California." It is particularly Interesting at the present time to note in the second volume of that treatise the tribute which is paid to the work of the missionaries by a the Russian Langsdorff, who accompanied the expedition of his countrymen to the California coast and In 1806. In his "Voyages Travels," published in London In 1813, he describes the work and value of the mislsons. "His narrative," Bancroft tells us, "is nothing but. praise for the Franciscans." After telling in detail the regulations and manner of life at the missions, Langdorff says: "When one thinks that In this way two or three monks (at a mission) take upon themselves a sort of voluntary exile from their country, only to spread the Christian religion and to civilize a wild and uncultivated race of men, to teach them husbandry and various useful arts, cherishing and instructing them as If they were their own children, providing them with dwellings, food and clothing, with' every necessity for their subsistence, and maintaining the utmost order and regularity of conduct, when all these things, 1 say, are considered, one can sufficiently admire the zeal and activity them through so which carries arduous a task, or forbear wishing the most complete success to their undertakings." "Neither the Government nor the monks," ho says further on, "have, any other view than of spreading the Christian religion, and it might consequently be supposed that the Indians, to whose maintalnancc and Instruction all these are devoted, must" bo much happier In their present state of comparative civilization than they were before; the rather, since they are permitted to retain their former' habits, and costumes, as far as they are not Inconsistent with their own. religion. In their' ornaments they are freely Indulged. They have a little property or xneir own in fowls and pigeons, and are seldom refused permission to go hunting or fishing. On the whole they are much more free from cares than in thelf natural state." Surely a strong tribute! and yet not more so than the statement of Gen. Leonard Wood in regard to the work of the friars in the Philippines, and' the remarks of Dr. W. T. Harris, former Commissioner of Education, upon the same subject. Gen. Wood's expression appeared In the Army and Navy Journal of a few years ago. "The Spanish," ho there said, "did more for the than any other colonizing nation has ever done for an ... The work Oriental people. done by the Roman Catholic friars in the three centuries Spain held the islands was wonderful and can not fail to excite our admiration." Other econlums of the same order supplement these words. Dr. Harris write his appralsenfent in an official report as Commissioner of Education, speaking in high terms of ,the uiiii$atinn whinh had been carried on by the missionaries among the native people. cast a light These statements iipcm the good which haB been done of the faith by the standard-bearein o many lands. They remind us, too, of the work that is still going on among the pagan people by the ' successors of the missionaries of California and the early fathers in They need but the Philippines. small resources for their prosecution 'of this work but that little they must have. The reat world war haailnjured in cdUlBgoff the source of much of their support. St is Incumbent ipon the people of America, who are at peace, ito contribute even more generously than before o the missionary work. la thaC wy will they he actively in the good that R "Ra-raoa- ," Fll-ipfci- os f AttractiveLasting Complete Line All StylesAll Finishes "RisktheBuKon-BackRedines' AfMrhMAnwm n., fiiii i r- i w v v -- u w v v vv ,,i . , i v . niiiiiiiitii iftci n-- wm ffimNyviH - "The Big Store" Thousands of Articles to Select From. "The Big Store" Have It Charged Your Credit Is Good. Gifts of Furniture at smoker and lecture given Tuesday evening under tho auspices of the Society of St. Louis Holy Name Bortrand's church. Mr. Elliott's subject was the Panama canal and coupled with a Its construction, story of tho peoplo of Panama and surroundings. His description of this great engineering work and the modus operandi of vessels pass ing through was listened to wltn a great deal of interest on tho part of his audience, his story, of tho canal being complete in every detail, even Including a synopsis of the French company failure and the Mr. Elliott Colombian revolution. told that though the majority of consulting engineers in advance had rccomnlended a sea level canal, tho minority report backed by President Roosevelt was adopted, this being a system of locks, one part of the feet above canal being elghty-flv- e the sea level, although there Is only three inches difference between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, this having been determined by an accurate survey. Rev. Father R. O. (Lyons, chaplain of the Holy Name Society, thanKeci Mr. uuiotx on of the society for his educative and interesting lecture. TRINITY COUNCIL. Malcolm Elliott, ono of the surveying engineers stationed hero on the Portland canal construction, was tho speaker of the evening at the De-h- alf Wk Evenings Open ANY ARTICLE SELECTED NOW WILL BE HELD AND DELIVERED WHEN YOU SAY 1 Easy w f ' Irar Until Xmas Invincible Carpet Sweeper $1.45 Terms YOUR CHOICE OF FOUR HEAVY ROCKERS fiu &nl2&i cKt,v' could possibly select, one the Good Morris s always w wholo family can uso. a good Morris Chair--Idemand In any onu's homo. You can own a good Morris C'lialr. simply corao here and tako advantago of our oasy One of the best nlfts jou Terms tl.eo Cash 30o Week payment plan --the prices aro very reasonable. Chairs as low as I.Btt $1 4.75 .h- -A Terms 41.60 Cash 80o Week A Mahogany Finished Double Action Carpet Sweeper Is below manufacturer's cost we aro overstocked for S1.-IConwe bought them eight months ago. on this awpopcr sequently no aro In position to offer you tho boat carpet' sweeper on the market at manufacturer's cost. Monday 1.18 only HANDSOME SMOKER SET $1-95 Extra Special-Mond- ay Only Knife, Fork and Spoon Sc Xmas Set Dull-fin- is Child's sJJSl.95 Many Other Trinity Council, Y. M. I., had an unusually large attendance at Its initiation Monday evening, and among those present were, Rev. Rev. Father Father O'Orady, O'Mahoney and Rev. Father Mon- candidates wore oghan. Twenty-fiv- e initiated, the degrees being conferred by Unity Council, of New Al bany. This was tbe tnird initiation of the year held by the council and speaks well for its progress undor the administration of President B. J. Sandmann, 151 members being enrolled during that time. Next Monday .evening will be the last meeting "night of the year on account of the last Monday or the month falling on Christmas day. The following were tho new members Initiated Monday evening: W. n TtrPTizpl. Theodore Wellendorf. J. J. Driscoll, Fred Dollinger, Joe Kehl, Peter Kirn, J. u. Jtieiiy, jr., A. Kronenberg, A. A. Schoenbach- ler, R. A. Crush, P. J. uauscner, t. TT. Hoffman. William .Sheehan, J. A. Sullivan, Charles Johnson, K. Batman, Arthur Peter, irvin naare, T. B. Murandi, Morris Duano, Harry Ropke and Herman Kruse. ST. PATRICK'S. he4 mahogany; Weighted Bottom A Christmas box that will maVo the kiddles happy and think of tho price Wo have five hundred of theso seta 8e that we will sell Monday, only, for each set Patterns of Smokers to Select From The children of St. Patrick's school will give their second Christnew in tho mas entertainment school hall, Sixteenth and Market, tomorrow night, and the programme will provo a treat to all who attend. An evening of Teal enjoyment is promised the patrons and friends of the school, who will have the added satisfaction of helping the children to pay for Hho 500 An Elegant It's Handsome And Lasting MAHOGANY TEA TRAYS Xmas Gift It's Useful mahogany ; makes a A real Tea Tray In useful gift and within reach of fcll, and an article that you will OBc a lifetime. Special uso and appreciate for dull-finish- owns a smoking stand there will bo no more ashos on tho tablo and on the carpet for ho will uso this beautiful smoking ... 91.05 set. Spatial. A good and useful gift, ono that will bo ut,ed ovcry day In tho year and ono that will savo work and trouble If ho opera chairs with which their beautiful hall is now furnished. Following tho rendition of choruses, recitations, drills and songs the youngsters will preesnt "The Coming of the King," in which Annora Keenan will appear as the Peace Angel. Others In the cast are Joseph Viola Riley, Helen Raggio, Anna Price, Marguerite Riley, Marietta Murphy, Eugenia Skelly. MIbs Estelle Dougherty will render selections on the violin and Prof. the Leo Schmitt will preside at piano. IJUY TEN. Hen-ness- y, CHILD'S HIGH CHAIR Other High Chairs Antique Ivory Toilet Table funn .1, 7i C10 7. ,l0.. In White Enamel MTv $f .00 Monday Only None Sent C. Triple Mirror fiiniiii I ''nun II Terms $1.00 Cash 50c Dressing For tho wife and daughter, a Trlple-mlrrTable, finished In antique Ivory; strictly up to date; and nioro useful gift you couldn't possibly And. Specially priced 18.78 for this week, only or O JIB '11;11 II Fumed and Golden Oak All 0. D. Every Red Cross Christmas seal that is sold is a real bullet in the These fight against tuberculosis. seals last year helped to support thousands of needy tuberculosis patients and to give them a chance for life. They provided for many visiting nurses, whose hundreds of- thousands of visits brought Instruction and cheer to numerous patients. They helped to maintain dispensaries in scores of cities, from whore the Atlantic to tho Pacific,patients thousands of consumptive received free treatment, aid and ad- 9 No Tele- Week Finishes Prices phone Orders . This Is one of tho Um allies we hae oifered our custom , " ers yot this 52.00 High I'liair. ior i.vi is uy t ulti. li... mmnifiirtiiirr and the lirlcu is good for m Monday onl and wo can got only a limited quanlty. So l.oo bo early and got a big bargain. Spsclal ..,.. CHILD'S ROCKER They provided the means to purchase millions of copies of circulars, pamphlets and other literature with which, the public has been educated about tuberculosis. They have established and helped to maintain more than 300 open air schools for children who need open air treatment. Theso are Just a few of the ways in which the hundreds of thousands of dollars received last year were expended. vice. PATHEPHONE tes $15 Terms $1.00 H.85 Upholstered Spring Seat And All Solid Oak Solid Oak H ;.r?wffn W hr fRH3P f This year much more is needed. Surely any one can help by buying at least ten seals. WILL WAIT. H Cash 1BJ3 420 WEST MARKET 50c Week OTHER GIFT SUGGESTIONS Folding Card Table Beautiful Library Table Silk-ShaStand Lamp Room-Siz- e Rug de You are invited to drop into this store any time to hear the greatest of phonograph Inventions tho Pathephone you need rauslo and you need the best money can buy. Come In and let us show you this wonderful machine. '. $2.25 $10.85 9.75 &11.85 This Solid Dak Child' Hooker ou will havo to hue to appreciate tho boautllul furord llnlli and rprlng bottom upholstered In brown oluse leather. We alko have a chair and 1 ,H BCttee to match this rockor It's good value. Special Chair And Settee To Match ii rTpj iHL' fly , 422 WEST MARKET news on came From London mooting ,i nf the Irish (i,. n 'Parliamentary party, with John Redmond presiding, auopiuu u of lution declaring the Intention of the the party to await a declaration before Government's Irish policy deciding upon its future attitude toward the Government, but reiterating that it favored a vigorous of tho and successful prosecution adopted war. Another resolution declared against conscription in Ireland and asserted that any attempt to enforce it would produce disastrous results. A third resolution adopted said that while Ireland was and While denied martial law still prevailed Ireland must remain a source of weakness tn the empire. m iir nt VISITATION CENTENARY. rs m S. L. HYMSON EIOHTH AND OAK i lncorpor.it!. m ipsampigi Among the centenarians yet to be observed thisy ear is that of the Visitation order at Georgetown, Ky founded December 28, 1816. 810 There are about country. cloistered members In. this VISIBLE THREE MONTHS. " ILOUIS D. COAD3T RAISE 6QUABS White meat-e- d squabs always In demand. Start your foundation stock from our pens of oarneau or homer pigeon". Guaranteed mated pairs and young birds. Write tor, prices and iDformfttion. AL"PT NISBH & CO., iSii MaKi St,'-- Louisville, Ky. Work easy, profits largo. " Hi r, E'&JPZfi&f" XreeAtray, Xaaltrtllt, Xy. 'QUAKER, M AID' INCORPORATED ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE ng acoom-ptiflb- Wines and Liquors Home Pbsae Clly 0771 Men's Furnishings 831. Wont Cln "The . Walnut. C B. of C, V, siMPkes City 782. taslTfems lBestars. IH Odeta for $1 or more delivered to during any part of the pity. Bt Grocery Stores. For Less," Father Brennan, the prleet--a tronomer of SU' Louis, says that the comet which will be visible la brilJune will outclass in sla and modliancy all the comets seen in ern times. It will be a thing of ' . will' be visible- probafely'for I. .Un iri.titiraB.rArn alrV. afid.. tM;- the moath at Jum. JKSMrXJOBCSr III3SH AMJ&X2JJ& 18 J GIFT HERE! Gifts from this store stand for more than merely the thing itself; they bespeak your good taste, and your quality ideas. You don't have to hope it will be right; you can be sure. Every man is glad to see our label on his goods; it stands for "best quality " IJ.BASS0J3 ! J We Qlve and Redeem Surety Coupons. Men's Furnishings! For Gift Purposes or Holiday Wear. Men's Shirts; negligee and plaited bosom shirts with laundered cuffs attached ; all in fast colors Priced at 77c, $1.00 and $1.50 Men's Negligee Shirts; with French turnback cuffs and made of guaranteed fast color niaterials Priced at 77c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $2 Men's Silk Shirts; made of silk striped crepe cloth with French turnback cuffs; all sizes; priced at, each $2.50 Men's Silk Shirts; made of tub silk in fast colors; a handsome collection to choose from; all sizes; price each .$4.45 Sweater Coats; made of heavy worsted and having shawl collai-s- ; colors aro Oxford gray and maroon; price .$2.50 Sweater Coats; made in heavy rope stitch and in the colors of Oxford gray, navy blue and maroon Priced at $3.00 $3.50 and $5.00 Smoking Jackets; made of golf cloth in beautiful effects and striped and plaid designs; trimmed with silk frogs and patch pockets; the colors are Oxford, brown, tan and green Priced at $4.95 and $0.00 Silk Mufflers; made of brocade silk in largo square, shape; colors are black, white and gray Priced at $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00 Knitted Reefers; of silk and silk mixed materials with fringed ends; in black, white and gray combinations Priced at 59c, $1, $1.50, $1.75, $2, $2.50, $3.50 and $5 Men's Auto Gauntlets; made of horsehido and having large cuffs; lined or unlincd Prices at $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 Velour Gauntlets; made with leather palm; sizes for men and boys? Priced at 59c, 75c and 85c Men's Dress Gloves; heavy fleece lined; the colors are tan, gray and brown Priced at 59c, 85c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00 all-wool HERE ARE A FEW SUGGESTIONS: Men's Gloves $1 and up. Handkerchiefs, 10c and up. Umbrellas, $2 to $9. Suspender Sets, 50c to $2.00 Smoking Jackets, $5 and up. Bath Robes, $3 50 to $27.50. Pancy Vests, $3 to $6 50 Neckwear, 50c and up. Stetson Hats, $4 and$5. Initial Belts, ' 50c to Silk Mufflers, $7.50. Men's Slippers $1 PRESIDENT WILSON ADDRESSING CONGRESS. Following 'his custom since he came Into office, President Wilson appears before Congress dresses them on his message. and ad- - to BIGOTRY Blindly and Ruthlessly Tears Down Both Standing and Reputation. Catholic Lady Injured by Tom Watson's Unwarrantable Persecution. 75c to canker to spread among them, but will see Its evil effects and will pluck it out. Even some day, it ,1s to bo fondly trusted, Watson's delusions will be comprehended by his still more deluded followers. Stono throwing after all in any case never pays in tho long run. C. B. of C. V. ItECEXT DEATHS. The funeral of Bernard Heitkem-pe- r, thirty years old, wqs held Saturday morning from St. Martin's church. He was a native of Louisville and a son of the late Bernard Heitkemper. Ho leaves his mother, Heitkemper, Mrs. Lydia 1102 street; two brothers and three sis- IRELAND. Redmond Says tho Irish Party Is Excluded From Direction of Affairs. Suspicion Aroused "When Caron "Was Taken Into Coalition two-ton- e ns Collar Bags, $1 to $2. Men's Hosiery, 25c and up. CHRISTMAS GIFTS PACKED IN HOLIDAY BOXES. LEVY'S Third and Market. PQ44&&$&$Q&&&$Q4$ Dn Ministry. Sinn Fein Has Not Even the night to HoldvPiihlic fiwj ZjBi held Sunday afternoon at St. Patrick's church. Deceased was born In this city and was a member of MACON PAPER TELLS THE FACfS the Catholic Knights of America. Besides his widow he leaves two DOWNFALL sons and five daughters. Fnlse Story That Affects GeorFuneral services over the gia School Teacher's mains of Peter Weissenberger, Career. a resident of the West End, ters. re- long were Meetings. OF PRIMER ASQUiRH J DAN Diamond Headquarters MATT IRION & SONS 404-40- 6 WEST MARKET STREET Jewelers and Opticians Goods Laid Aside on Part Payment. LH f. OPEN EVERY NIGHT TILL XMAS Established 1872 MGHERIY 5 & McEUIOTT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Eunrkiiol Climb. Mnln 1 l unci ai nfwnArr asiu PiMiKoSnnoPCa uu txiui 3 onrl JLinuum.i BOTH JPM03VJBJS. 2Iomo City S09S X I 209S-- a 3MHfr.K-K4x4:-- iVVVWVVWVkVVVVVVVVtVVVVVW HOME PHONE 88 GDMBERLAND MAIN 3071-y T J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. S22 Bast ivvivwfcvk JMLalxx i k aceet. k ilQRAN W.SMITH'S SON! AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Funeral Director and Embaimer BOTH PHONES 810. SOUTHWEST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. s $ Homo Phone Shawnee 4S4 ; . Cumberland, W8t 11 !! RATTERMAN SCANNELL 1 INCORPORATED. Independent Funeral Directors and Emhalmers toKtr." IIoiuo, City UlOl 3101 WEST BROADWAY $ Bigotry takes no consideration at all of the results of its ideas and their propaganda. It blindly and ruthlessly proceeds to tear down the standing and reputation of others, in order to satisfy its particular pet halluncinatlon, without any regard for the possible consequences tor the person or persons attacked. It becomes a very pronounced form of mania, which loses all sense of proportion or of truth. Thomas Watson, of Georgia, very is a striking illustration of that fact. Watson is a bigot of bigots, as is now widely known.. He euffors under a number of delusions in regard to the Catholic church arid employs much of 'his time and practically the whole of tho columns of his magazine, tho Jeffcrsonian, in a tirade against Rome and its countless iniquities. Tho Macon Dally Telegraph of December 3 contains a long account of what Watson's rash attacks meant in a particular case, that of lady-a Catholic Miss Rose. Lovett teaching In the Atlanta In the Jeffcrsonian schools. of August 24 Watson in his accustomed fashion charged that Miss Lovett took the Bibles from children and burned them in the stove at the School where she taught. This Mill Lovett denies absolutely. "In regard to the editorial in the Jeffersonian of August 24," she writes in a letter published in tho Telegraph, "relatlvo to my management of the Onne- wood school, will cay that eadh charge is totally false. I wish to say that I never took away any Testaments from the children in the schools at any time; that I never put them In the stove; none were burned; that I have never burned a Testament or Bible In my life. I wish to say that I never confiscated any property of any Protestant children at any time, nor ever deslioyed any. I wish to say that never, while principal of any school, had I anything whatever to say in regard to the future life of children dying in infancy." But this story, in regard to which Miss Lovett was ofilcially exonerated, published in the Jeffer sonian, caused such a furore as to compel her resignation in tho school whore she was teaching. She had been there for over eight years, having built up tho school from the beginning. "In June," she says, "the condition grew so Intolerable, and the agitation through the Jeffersonian had so fanned the people that I couldn't stand it any longer I was and asked to be removed. sent to another section of tho country to another school a Presbyterian section and they refused to havo me. I was then transferred to another section of tho country, to take still another school. The community was made up of Methodists and Baptists." Here n Methodist minister aroused tho community and they refused to accept her. And thus things went on until she was obliged to accept a position as a supernumerary, working only here and there, to fill in where there is a vacancy or need for extra work. The fact that aho and her sister aro obliged to teach in order to help a widowed mother and another sister docs not make the situation brighter forher. And all of ttiis came througti Watson's insano unhappily ate delusions, which shared by many in tho Stato of Georgia, and to aid the candidacy of his camp followers tn tho lato a non-Cathol- ic Monday morning the funeral of Mrs. Mary McCarron, widow of Patrick McCarron, was held from the Sacred Heart church. Mrs. McCarron was born in Ireland eighty-fou- r years ago, but for over half a century had been a highly esteemed resident of this city. She had been making her home with her nephew, T. J. Casey, 641 South Thlrty-sev-onth street. Mrs. Johanna Caufield, widow of Miiilln Caufield, died early Sunday home, 1823 Lytle street. She was sixty-fiv- e years old and a devout church, Member of St .Patrick's Irom whero the funeral took place Wednesday morning. Mrs. Caufield Is survived by four daughters, Mrs. llany DIehl, Mrs. George Hoerter, Mrs. Andrew Egner and Mls3 Catherine Caufield. morning after a long Illness at her Saturday The funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth elxty-thre- e years old, Buchheit, wife of John Buchheit, who died 634 Camp street, was held Tuesday night at her residence, morning from St. Vincent de Paul's church, of which she had for years been a member and earnest worker. Besides her husband, Mrs. Buchheit Is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Anthony Helcken and Miss Elizabeth Buchheit, sind three sons, John, Peter and Edward Buchheit. sixty-eig-ht The funeral of Jacob Dlehlmann, years old, a retired contracting bricklayer, who died Sunday morning at his residence, 1035 Goss avenue, of nephritis, was held Tuesday morning at St. Vincent do Paul's church. Mr. Dlehlmann was born In Germany, but had lived Jiere tor many years. His wife is dead. Ho is survived by six sons, Lorenz, Frank, George, Adam, Joseph and Harry Dlehlmann, and two daughters, the Misses Mamie and Clara Dlehlmann. F. Morris took place from the famBank street, ily residence, 2415 Wednesday morning at 8:45 o'clock .ind t nnplllii'n rfinrrh at 9. "with a requiem mass. The deceased had been 111 for some time, out tiaa only been confined to his home for the past few Weeks. Mr. Morris had long been known in the ranks of the A. O. H., being a member of Division 4 years ago, "transferring to Division 3 on bis removal to Portland. He served as an officer of the division and In the County Board and was universally liked by The funeral of Patrolman John ... all for his quiet and unassuming ways, yet an energetic worker. He was stationed in the First police district, the members of which sent a handsome floral remembrance to the family residence. CATHOLIC tho Catholic Monday evening Orphan Society completed tho nomination of Central officers for the election, which takes place at the ORPHAN SOCIETY. The various branches tomorrow. list Is as follows: D. President James B. Kelly, F. Murphy. Vice President Frank Schmitt, John J. Flyun. Recording Secretary William P. McDonogh, Camden R. McAtee, Financial Secretary George H. Kaber, H. J. Poetter. Treasurer Martin McGee, Harry Secretary Chas. Corresponding T. Faulkner, Lee Yates. Ballots and ballot boxes for the Colgan. MHSaHi Cuiuli. South QUO-- T DOUGHERTY & LANNING COAL CO. INCORPORATED. - Best Quality Pittsburg and Jellico Coal. Office and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia Avcnu various branches are being distributed by Sid M. Raffo, 426 West J. Messrs. John Market street. Shelley, Edward Etherldge and Joseph Conkllng, who constitute the Election Committee will meet tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'cloek at the Knights of Columbus Hall and canvass the returns. Each branch in raising the life and happiness has beQ instructed to make itsre-nnBranch tn thta committee. of the people. It will only toad to the vots of frsh tohatred and fresh Injustice. officers will be hoped that the American members at their churches from the It is people, whose heart after U la In J first to the last mass, this glvJnK the right place, will not permit this all opportunity to Tote. olections! This shows very distinctly the blind injustlco which bigotry produces. It should serve to warn those who are Inclined to allow this dangerous form of mania to disturb them to hasten, in consideration for their fellows, to shake it off. Such propaganda will not aid rt The Irish Press and News Service this week received the following fiom London bearing on tho political situation. Speaking on the collapse of tho British Government and the downfall of Premier John Redmond, leader of the Irish Parliamentary party, etild: "The Irish party is excluded from any responsibility in the direction of the affairs of the omplro as long aR is denied to Ireland. The present unfortunate position is mainly due to confiding the conduct of the war to a coalition Ministry, Tho coalition Ministry was formed behind the back of the Liberal party and tho House of Commons, while tho Irish party was not consulted nor allowed to offer an opinion concerning It. They condemned the coalition from the outset, because they were convinced there would be disastrous results for Ireland and that it would be a weak and ineffective instrument In conducting the war. The Inclusion of Sir Edward 'Carson in the Ministry aroused the suspicions of the Irish, causing the impression that home rulo would be killed and that Ireland was again to bo cheated or Its hopes. This, with the stupidity of tho War Office, and the partial restoration of the power of the old Ascendency party in Ireland, checked recruiting, increased tho ranks of the Sinn Felners and led to the rebellion. Moreover the disappearance of a responsible opposition reduced the House of Commons to Impotence and a position of contempt. Even one can now judge tho result. The same causes which checked recruiting and produced all the evils in the Dominions and the United States which have arisen from the trouble in Ireland apparently have now lost the Balkans and caused the present deplorable situation In Greece." In the North Sir John Lonsdale, M. P. for Armagh, is explaining the Unionist policy to the English and Scotch-Iris- h followersof Sir Edward He says that the Orange Carson. BectlonB of Ulster have contributed more men and money in the war than all the rest of Ireland. "Tho executed rebels had paid the Just penalty for their crimes. Sinn Fein must be crushed and Its folmercy No lowers exterminated. Bhould be shown traitors to the crown. An independent Ireland Is an impossible dream. After the waf it is certain that the sacrifices of Ulster will unite all England In stern opposition to home rule." Sinn Fein One of the leading men of Cork, a keen observer, had this comment to offor in confidence: "The time has not come for binn Fein to organize a political party. We nave not even the right to hold public meetings. We can not hold funds though we could secure them. Our brightest men English are killed or in prison. capital controls all Irish industries and all suspeoted Sinn Fein men At are deprived of employment. present we can only conduct a camHere paign of passive resistance. In Cork our arms have been surrendered. Wo took no aides In the West Cork election beyond voting ror Healy or Shlpleigh as n protest. The British Government Is breaking down. Ireland's pressing, immediate problem Is food." Since above letter was written the Premier of England has been forced to resign and the King of England has announced the appointment of Davil Lloyd George to succeed Mr. Asqulth. Tho rehabilitation of Sir Edward Carson is predicted as a lesult of the collapse of tho Premier, which spells more trouble for distracted Ireland. As-qu- it, J. HENNESSY HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN Fall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. Hennessy UPSTAIRS STORE. Axman 425 W. POPULAR PRICE TAILORS Jeffers 3 n Street Where the QuicK Meal Comes In Whore the home Is brightest; Whore the work Is lightest; Where the meal is cooked best; Where the range stands the test That's where the "Quick Meal" comes In. Where work ' Is, qalckly done; cooking seems Whero real fan; Where baldng gives delight; Whero drudge is out of sight That's where the "Quick Meal" comes In. Quick Meal Gob Rnugea Sold, Iimtnlled and Highly IleoomnieBdetl GEHER & SON, 215 W. 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Any good thing that you can do or any kindnessthat you can show to any fellow being, do It now; do not defer or S4d si neglect it, for you will not pass this way again. & BREWING COMPANY'S All leu-iin- Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer, bats and catss Keaowoed tor purity streugtn. xiM)M ORUBBR DEUSRR. Maasffers, Loutsvllk, Ky, jBOEWsrivuOKrx-- xieisra ambjrioan. HERMAN STRAUS rOURTH AVCNUf .tVt.VWr.t:KKSKK I Stewart Dm Goons Co In ConncciionJfillblomesIcXre.cry & onmsTsiAS oabol. "What means this glory round our feet," a Co..NevLVork. Tho Magi mused, "more bright than morn?" clear and And rolces chanted sweet, "Today the Prince of Peace is wcaPDweo SONS MARKET STREET J ' born!" WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. if E We Specialize In "What means that star," the said, "That brightens through the rocky glen 7" And angels, answering overhead, Sang "Peace on earth,, good will to men!" shep-Ihor- We Give and Redeem Gold Trading: Stamps. ds 'Tis eighteen hundred Tw.'m HI MEN'S NECKWEAR moro Since those sweet oracles wero years and Wo wait for Him, like them of yore. Alas, Ho seems so slow to como! No time dumb. But it was eald in words at 55c The new fall patterns are in a large variety of new and novel effects in stripes and all-ov- er That little children might bo bold In perfect trust to come to Him. or sorrow o'er shall dim, of gold All round about our feet shall shlno A light like that tho wise men saw If wo our loring wills Incline To that sweet Life which is the law. So shall wo Thousands and Thousands Now ready for little boys and girls. will also enjoy a trip through Toytown to see the many new and pleasing things Old Santa, will have for the little folk on Christmas morning. Grown-up- s IX Z designs. Men's Furnishings section is conveniently located just outside the Walnut street entrance. You are assured prompt service and splendid selection of the best seasonable learn to understand The simple faith of shepherds then to men!" JStewart's And, clasping kindly hand in hand, Sing "Peace on earth, good will And thoy who" do SttsaatKtaattagtttttKyKKKKKtnatKKKinaatstiatKKity. HIBERNIANS. wrong, But keep at eve tho faith of , morn, Shall daily hear tho angel song, "Today tho Prince of Peace is their souls no born!" FURNITURE GREENE'S STILL THE BEST PLACE TO BUY CORNERSTONE LAYING. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. Division 1 will meet next Thurs- Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Stoves and Ranges Good Furniture at moderate prices without trading stamps. JAS. GREENE 415-41- 7 EAST MARKET STREET. day evening. There was a splendid Initiation last Sunday at Columbus, Ohio. Almost 700 of tho Dublin Metropolitan police have became members of the order. has Just A class of twenty-lir- e been recclred into tho order at Portland, Ore. Martin Garln, a pioneer in the order, has been warmly recelred In Division 4. ONE DOLLAR 5fe with this safe, conservative, Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 percent. No cost to you whatever. The same courteous attention eiven the depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. Sixty-one-year-old starts a Savings Account v?m German Insurance BanK Second and Market Under the Big Glook Slate Government Supervision. 1 AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES Homo. Division 3 met last night and re cited prayers for tho Teposo of tho soul of John F. Morris, who died Tuesday. the past year Recording Socretary Retiring James McTIghe, of Division 4, made a record for efficiency. Division 10 of San Francisco will donate the proceeds of its annual ball to the Irish relief fund. y County President John H. will install the officers of Division 3 on Friday, January 5. Division 5 of Columbus, Ohio, will tomorrow celebrate the twenty- filth anniversary of its founding. Tho Hibernians of Portland, Ore,, were active In the whirlwind camOrphan paign for tho Christie Hen-cess- The cornerstone of Ursullno Convent, adpjoining tho Academy of the Sacred Heart, Cherokee Drive, was laid Friday afternoon with impressive ceremonies. Led by Mother Superior Angela, the professed Sispostulants ters, novices and marched to tho partly constructed chapel, where a temporary altar had been erected." The site of tho future altar was blessed by the Rev. Father Georgo Schuhmann, of St. John's church, Father Joseph Volk assisting. Historical dates concerning the institution, the names of the Pope, Bishop and church and Government officials wero placed in a box, which was sealed, and the cornerstone, after a blessing Jiad been said over it, was put into its place. The foundation walls of tho were blessed. new chapel then Father Schuhmann. in a short address paid tribute to the Sisters who had gone before. The singing of soreral hymns and the Te Deum brought the exercises to a close. Tho community of Ursuline Nuns in Louisville had been established Tho years last month. pioneer Sisters, all dead, camo originally from Bavaria. Tho new building when completed will be a y brick and stone handsomo structure in the Renaissance style. It will faco Cherokee drive with a frontage of 300 feet and a depth of 150 feet. Work on the building was begun August 15, and dedication ceremonies are expected to be held about Juno 1. fifty-eight Tops, Engines, Automobiles, Hooks and Ladders, etc., 25c to $1.75 Ives Electric Trains; big variety; 93.50 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 tho big ones; $0.50 down to $1.00 (Demonstrated.) Phonographs; this will please the youngsters; plays any 10c completo phonograph record; with 3 records $2.08 Volocipedcs Bicycles; and many kinds and styles; $11.08 down to $1.75 rory The Juggling Clown; funny 50c Upright mahogany Pianos; , finish; 50c to ...$5.75 Piano Stools; 25c and 50c many styles; Doll Trunks; " up from i 25c Hlll-cllmbi- Shoo-flie- s; - Climbing Monkey; very amusing to tho children and grownups ... .25c Dolls' Willow Cradles; $1.25 and ...50c many models Tinker Toys; can be made with these 50c Drums; we have a big lino 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 $1.25 Child's Desks and Chairs; largo rarlety; as low as $1.80 And Thousands of Other Toys. Dolls of All Descriptions; $10 down to 25c Automobiles; just like the big ones; $21.50 down to $4.08 Tool Chests; with .lots of tools; 50c up to $5.08 American Flyer Trains on Tracks; $2.75 down to $1.00 Others at 50c (Demonstrated.) 4 Express Wagons; steel body; all sizes and prices as low as soc Wheelbarrows; up from......25c Grasshopper Tennis Games; very amusing. 08c Popular Games of all descriptions; up from..... ioc Juvenile Books; a very largo assortment; up from 50c American Model Bulldor; n catlonal; keeps the boy busy; can ouiiq nunareas or models; 50c and up to $7.50 (Demonstrated.) Wood Builder; wood construction toy for tho smaller children; $1.00 and 50c Doll Furniture of all descriptions; oak and white enamel; 50c to $0.50 Rockers and Chairs of many styles; 25c to $2.50 Wood, Brass and Iron Beds; all completo and some with springs; $7.00 down to. 20c KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS. b$&MQQQQ&$&$&fr$M&$M Late News That Will Interest Members Here and A large class will soon take the third degree at Colorado Springs. Fort Wayne Council will give its second annual charity ball January 10. Sixty-fiv- e now members received tho three degrees last week at Fond du Lac. The homo of the order in St. Louis yields an annual rental of about $20,000. The fourth degree will bo exem plified at Watertown, N. V., on Washington's birthday. Plans are being perfected for a rousing celebration of Washington's birthday at Minneapolis. Preparations havo been made for the organization of a junior coun- C11 ai watertown, w. y. The Mllwaukeo degree team in- canaiaates into tno inatea order at Marshfield, Wis. Adolph Gormer, Secretary of the Socialist party, has not yet ac- cepted David Goldstein's challenge, Thero wag a most successfui ex. empllflcation of the fourth degree , i-iv-.,., A CANDI)E)D REQUEST We respectfully request our patrons to leave their orders for Christmas Candies as soon as possible and avoid the rush of the last few days. RUDOLPH 230 West Market. 8c BAUER, 219 West Jefferson CANDY MAKERS four-stor- 4$"8x33$$K3 i WOULD SAVE WOMEN. FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. FREE SERVICE. FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. 1101-0- 3 EAST BROADWAY. AUTOS AND TAXIS FOR HIRE service. We are as Give us a trial for first-claclose to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable chauffeurs our specialty. Give us a call. ss SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. Betk Phone. 2300. Chawk & Smith Auto Co. Corns and All Foot Troubles BPPgSWv'lBSSj ilSSSSl ? 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They lis- On account of Division 4'e next tened to a number of addresses ny meeting falling on Christmas, the women and men deploring tho seek- meeting has been arranged for De- lng by women of political equality INCORPORATED. cember 22. and urging that they can bo of Among the new members of Di- more and greater service to the BOTH PHONES 426 S. Fifth St. 2635. Louisville, Ky. Cardinal vision 1 of Los Angeles are Rev. nation in other fields. pastor of Holy Gibbons sent a. message, which was Thomas Morris, read, deprecating tho participation rm'ThrniirorHwiTur nv Cross church. The Ladles' Auxiliary of Los of women in politics declared "the Qjty Cardinal Gibbons Angeles had their memorial mass Kn'ght N. TJ raising 'Waterlog a pur- insistence on n right of partlclpa- for deceased members celebrated In unr, nMivo nniiHnni nfft a nn- church. St. Patrick's an addItIon to doubtedly calculated to rob woman B0" Dlrision 1 of St. Paul, Minn., of her grace of character and give ther clu brought together many veteran her nothing in return but masculine Council 400 of Columbus, Ohio, members when It celebrated its boldness and effrontery. Any oc- - 'a in raising tho f 6,000 thirty-sixt- h anniversary. irOiR cupation, however alluring in its Christmas present for St. Ann's County President Hennessy will specious pretense, which draws oundling Asylum, Issuo an Invitation to the German woman's attention from her most d Tho annual visitation of uniform rank societies to take part duties of motherhood will apolis Knights to the Little Sisters In the St. Patrick's day paTade. d result In detriment to tho nation of tho Poor will take place on who was Thomas P. DIgnan, the race. As far as I havo day afternoon, December 24. of Divis- observed it appears that woman elected Sorgeant-at-Arm- s "Wednesday evening members of ion 4, set 'em up to tho division suffrage to tho extent that it has Newport Council gave a (house-bee- n INCORPORATED. country haB warming in Father Klostormann's Monday night, opening a box of granted in this elec- - new rectory at Cote Brilliante. not changed the result of tho cigars. 319 PAUL JONES BUILDING. With many new young members Hon. There has been a For th purposo of gettJng bettor Home City 405 Gamb. Mala 415 being added it would be a great vote, but the results have been tho aCqUalnted tho Knights e of f homa cu as they would boost for the order to place a ball are 1loldlng frequent Thus it ..fr 0 lor aU BOclal Eatherjngs. ted team in the Catholic League next women had not . Beems that our political life has season. IMI largest and most representa-th- o byL Denver Hibernians hare started a not been benefited Or purified tho "ve class ever Initiated In ithe entrance of woman into movement to give an auto chapel to o arena, though the domestic dl West will receive the fourth Father Francis R. Joyce, chaplain a Cincinnati next February, of those engaged in this polltl-.Sr- e United States cal work must havo been neglected of tho Seventh Cin-ATchbishop Elder Council, artillery. That you spent for something you did not NEED would have itarted a I regard cinnati, will supply the poor chll- at least impaired. Mrs. Mary McWhorter, National 'wnmnn's rights' women SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear interest COMPOUNDED and the dron of the city, through tho St. President, was in St. Joseph, Mo leaders of the now school of female Vincent do Paul Society, with toys, twice a year; There MAY COMU a time whe yor "LAST DOLLAR" the past week, for the purpose of progress ob the worst enemies of candy, etc. organizing a division of tho Ladies' the fomalo sex," continued tho m must be spent for something you DO NEED. The SAVING now of the There will bo a large class for Auxiliary. Cardinal. "I wish I could Impress the coming initiation at St. Joseph, dollars you are wasting might keep that "hard time" from ever coming. 1 will elect its officers on American women tho dangers Mo., perhaps surpassing tho one Division Thursday of this month. that would attach to such Innova- - that received the degrees four on the last Members will recolvo special no- lions. The most precious, undevol-- 1 months ago. tice, as their presenco at this meet- oped asset of any nation is its chil- - . Denver Council has secured over God through 100 appiications through tho mem-th- e ing is necessary. An dren. law of nature has committed bersIl-iand division at Tho auxiliary campaign just closed. It Heppner, Ore., took an entire day this precious treasure in a special wI11 be ju,ceSsary to divide tho class Women for initiation recent Initiation, which manner to tho mother. for their unless opened with mass and ended with can not vote Intelligently and Court Place. Tho Columbus Cadets, an organl-hS,lM1,1,gnen11, nation for boys recently founded by a banquet at night. Si:. "SVL Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturday Until 7 p. m. At tho moetlng of the Hennepin VoiTon rZZ iimiao- - tne Knights of Mllwaukeo, with the County Board at Minneapolis tho all sueb tlm hearty . approval of Archbishop , j injurious to S" .future Mo ,, tho ha vacant office of Vice President was hold will be ' giving to tno of Martin generation, without any appreciable filled by tho election generation 4 !H I Crahen. tho popular President of present in the purifying of the Biloxi, Miss., Knights had a big benefit Division 6. M. J. bKhnsn, LAWRENCE P. BANKjW, JR., j. VEEHEkUN. deprecate female day when the Mobile, team conferred When I L. F. Simons, under whose lead- ballot. Pre, ft Kfr. am pleading for the dig- tiie degrees on rorty canaiaates. Viae Fret, ft Trias. Sertbr. ership Division 11 of Utlca has suffrage Iwoman, I am contending Headed by a brass band thoy parnity of to 175 mem- for her honor, I am striving to per- aded tho streets before attending grown from sixty-eigrebers, has been unanimously petuate thoso peerless prerogatives mass at the Church of tho Nativity. elected President for (his seventh Inherent in her sex, thoso charms VALUE TniS BIBLE. consecutive term. and graces which exalt womankind Tho Now. York County Board's and make her the ornament and Sewer and Culvert Pipe, Another old volume, one of the election of five directors was covoted companion of man. Woman BasBes's Patent Liddei Pise fer Ste&a CeadBit3, marked by keen Interest. .Tho suc- Is queen indeed', but her empire is DIblos printed shortly after tho inwere James tho domestic kingdom. Tho great- vention of printing, has been candidates cessful Wall Cepiatf, Drala Tile, TKrlge irick. Z Coyle. Eugene J. Flood, Patrick est political triumphs she could brought to Notre Dame University. X FirerreeMBfj, Flae Lining, Fir IrlcK Dugan, Patrick Gillespie and John achieve in public life fdo Into in- The book, which is 438 years old, Grate and Belter Tile, Greasd Fire Clay, Cklassey I'es. McAdams. significance compared with the was purchased from R. Atkinson, Auxiliary 1 of Syracuse serene glory which radiates from Forest Hill, London. It is in a reLades' OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON last week, when tha rtrmtlc tehrlne and which markable state of preservation and elected officers Lynch was chosen Presi- 'she illumines and warms by her every letter of the Old English type Mrs. Anna HOMK PHONM CITY OUMB. MAIN S07. is legible. Translating the printer's dent for the fifth term. Mrs. tonjugal and motherly virtues." note, which Is Iso in Latin, it is X WORKS of Lynch is a sister of the editor I3th.ad Breck. atul Magnolia Ave, Bat. 9th and lOtk. 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