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Kentucky Irish American: December 23, 1916 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 kec1916122301_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: December 23, 1916 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. X?OR FURNITURE GO OCO Wm. F. Mayer 413 W. Market. Kentucky Irish American NO. 26. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1916. EI Nprao Wilkoe Union Made Cigars. I VOLUME XXXVII. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Major's, it they will have to run their ticket Mary St. Anastasla's la lnduleed In. In which vain and sink into tho grave with under the prohibition banner, Hert, (whose feast occurred that day) the Pontiff reveals himself as "the ' their cherished hope of their lives Haswell, Bruner and others of the and at St. Peter's. Servant of the Servants of Christ." unfulfilled. It is no wonder then State leaders committing tho party that tho laments of loneliness and to that "issue, pathos mingle, with the Christmas and the Chilton-Searc- y MURPHY IS CHOSEN. t ELECT HENRY HOSSE. spirit in Ireland! machine In control of the party's local affairs can not afford branches of the The fourteen Sunday afternoon general officers Catholic Church Played No Part Here Next Week to Assist? Old to conduct their campaign conGOING TO ROME. Elnbornte Catholic Orphan Society last Sunday "Will Have More trary to the powers that be. Tho and officers of tho various branches held their annual election, when ofI Inly in Espmisinjr Friend in Bringing Him to Christians 'Celebration Than ficers were chosen for tho branches over the of the St. Joseph Orphan Society, Democrats are pleased The Very Rev. John T. McNlch-olaProhibition. turn of affairs and say If the Re- representing tho Formerly. have the Trial. National Director of the Holy and, central body, who publicans aro Intent on committing Catholic churches of the city and care of the St. Vincent Asylum for Name Society and pastor of the hari-kathen an undertaker will county, were elected for the coming Dominican church of St. Catherine of bo mighty handy to have around. Sienna In New York City, will sail Foolish Belief Thnt the Hierfor Rome In the next week or two, Alddrninn Joe Overberg Follows (Pone Bcndict in Better Health ST. DENIS CHURCH. where he will take up the duties Our Tip in Entering Sheriff's archy Had tho Bigot Than in the Past Two iof American representative of the i n WisbbbbbE5j; 5Vj? iprjIK3ipr at 9:30 Tomorrow morning juice. Dominican order. Father McNlch-ola- s Indicted. Years. LliHfliiHCiiW" cJtK(Vifv o'clock the Right Rev. Denis has won fame as a scholar, Bishop of Louisville, will author and lecturer, and under his dedicate with impressive ceremony administration the Holy Name Society has reached a membership of Democrats Roundly Criticising the new St. Denis church on tho Nasty Matter That Soiled the 'fliBBBBBBBBBBBl (His Holiness Encouraged in His Cane Run road, of which the Rev. over a million. He is considered an Judge Green For "Wholesale Kccords of the Federal 'SbbbbbbH A. C. Zoeller is the pastor. This Efforts to Create Sentiment authority on International law. He will enable the congregation to hold Dismissals. received his ecclesiastical education Court. For Peace. their services there on Christmas In Rome, returning to this country day. The now building will for the BSSSSSSJBB h ten years ago. In his new post he present be used both as a church will be the advisor on American matters. A farewell reception was UKDERTAKER FOR REPUBLICANS and school. WHAT AUGUSTA CHRONICLE SAYS 3? THE RECEPTION OF CARDINALS 58 tendered Father McNlcholas by hish ftBBBBBBBBBBBV.P'VRllb" PASTORAL CHANGES. parlshioneis this week at the f?C t7 ftr Regiment Armory. wKHBH tTho Rev. Father Albert Wicke, William' Grape Juice Bryan; will for four years assistant pastor at The Augusta Chronicle, one of Pope Benedict, It is announced in KENTUCKY. MISSION'. be hero next week' to lecture In Holy Trinity church in New Altho leading papers of Georgia and Vatican circles, has expressed deis a Louisville and Lexington oh nation- bany, who was popular with every tho South, banishes tho Tom WatOut in Kentucky there sire that the festival of Christmas congregation, has Benedictine father laboring in one wide prohibition, his Louisvillfe lec- member of that to Corydon, son caso from Its columns with tho year on be celebrated In Rome this where been transferred of the many small towns to be ture to be under the nusplcfs of following: a more elaborate scale than at any he will be pastor of the church d found in that section of the coun- the party, known as time since tho city was taken by "The there and its missions. Fathor acquittal, by a try. He, like most other mission- the Democratic Forward League, at H61y the Italian Civil Government forces Jury in tho Federal court, of aries, has a number of missions to and whose object is to commit the Wicke will be succeeded Scheideler, forty-si- x years ago and the Popes Thomas E. Watson, on tho charirn attend to, but the Extension So- Democratic party in Kentucky to Trinity by Rev. Fatherat Washing- PRESIDENT D. F. MURPHY. considered themselves as prisoners who has been stationed PRESIDENT HENRY BOSSE. e of sending obscene, matter through ciety desires to call attention to prohibition. It Is within tho precincts of the Vatican girls and St. Thomas Asylum for the needs of only one of these mis- charged, and looks plausibly so Ton, ind. year. The St. Joseph Orphan So Hie mans, is alter all perhaps tho palace. boys, who number nearly 500. For" sions. The mission for which, we that the final goal of new orciety has one of tho largest and best disposition that could havo STAR INTERLOCUTOR. Those who have been in contact the convenience of tho members the are appealing is the 'largest one ganization is to control this destinies the finest homes in the country and been mado of an impossible nrose- with the Popo since his elevation elections were held at tho various ho has to care for, and Is in the of Democratic politics and to be is the pride of tho German Cath- oution. We do not know of cnnrsn In the charity minstrels given by to tho Pontifical throne more than parish schools, the voting being midst of a settlement. used principally as a stepping-stonstar inter- olics of Louisville, who are caring whether or not the jury that tried two years ago declare that of late done after the masses. Returns The little chapel is the only one for Percy Haly to como back, in the Elks last week a in Attorney for over 200 parentless children. Watson really believes that the mata very striking change has come were mado to the committee at the not having a bell to announce divine Democratic leadership. Percy's idea locutor was discovered ter in question was not obscene, or The central officers chosen were: over him, and that the anxiety and Knights of Columbus you guess of prohibition is to prohibit any George B. Barrett, who literally Now, can't whether it merely decided that this hall, when services. President Henry Bosse. grief which he so constantly mani- tho following were declared elected what we're going (to ask for? To other Democrat In tho party from took 'om all off their feat, and was the best way to end a nasty Vice President John Tobe. many are wondering why his hisfested, and which was revealed also for the year 1017: satisfy your curiosity we are going having a volco in the party councils Recording Secretary Joseph matter that had soiled the records appearance, as a were never even sus- Heltzmann. in his outward to tell you plainly that we are and to continue Beckham in tho trionic talents of the Federal court for tho SouthPresident D. F. Murphy. consequence of tho awful calamity by his closest friends. ern district of Georgia as well as Vice President John, J. Flynu. making this appeal in an effort to United States Senate, to which he pected Financial Secretary A. II. under which practically all Europe Recording Secretary William P. secure a bell for this mission chapel. was elected last time through tno columns of the public press a "Cack" was easily tho headllner of is suffering, is today replaced by a McDonogh. the show, and It Is a certainty that For tho sake of ?50, the cost of a fluke and division of the Corresponding Secretary Charles for too long a time already; but serene and buoyant demeanor. His whatever motive prompted tho verFinancial Secretary George forces in the August primary his services as an Interlocutor will G. Pfeiffer. H. bell, aro you going to allow many In Naber. efforts to create a sentiment people to miss mass on the rare oc- of 1914. Tho two Louisville repre- be in 'demand In the future with dict, even though it was. in direct Treasurer John B. Rattorman. favor of peace being brought about Treasurer Harry Tt Colgan. casions it is said at St. Anthony's? sentatives, who wish to commit the our local amateurs. These and the various branch of- conflict with tho law and tho facts, at the earliest possiblo moment, Corresponding Secretary Charles You remember that a mlsslonaiy Democratic party to prohibition, are ficers will be Installed early In the public generally will accept it REMINISCENT NIGHT. the noteworthy success of his F. Faulkner. and as a very good riddance of bad who has charge of a number of Col. P. H. Callahan and Henry M January. intercession in behalf of condemned They will be installed at the first missions (and where can you find Johnson, both stout supporters of rubbish. persons, of war prisoners and of meeting to bo held in January. evening will be Next Wednesday one that hasn't?) Js not always Wood Axton, the Progressive candi"Even had this jury, as, others IRISH CHRISTMAS CANDLE. Interned civilians, with the consehave dono, mado a mistrial of tho able to say mass at a place at a date for Mayor in 1913. The. con- known as "Reminiscent Night," at quent removal of thousands of men VIGOROUS PROTEST. certain hour; and for this reason sistent Democrat can hardly recon- the meeting of the local council old Ireland Christmas Is Watson case, the Chronicle was preIn and short kept dear every evidence of joy, pared to urgo a discontinuance of to hospitals and, convalescent esa bell is really necessary If tho peocile himself to being dictated to by Knights of Columbus with Vigorous expressions of Indigna ple of this country town are to hear Percy Haly, a professional tablishments in Switzerland, are poll- - talks on Interesting subjects will for the Irish Catholics aro most tho prosecution; not, however, besaid by those in his entourage to tion were voiced at a mass meeting mass regularly. Think this over, ticlan; two like. Cal- - bB made by Grand Knight John P. enthusiastic In all that concerns cause of any doubt ns to Watson's "have eased the Pontiff's mind from held In New York City last Friday and send what you can to the Cathlanan ana Johnson, and last: but Cassllly, JosepUSKevin, Dr. Bernard tho mysteries of our holy faith. guilt, but because we realized that the feelings almost of despair with night to protest against the "en olic Church Extension Society, 7fi0 not least William Grapo Juice Asman, Dr. J.'Hv. Fowler, Dr. Max One of the most beautiful customs, theie was no hope of convicting M. which he earlier viewed the situa- slavement of Belgians" by the Ger McCormick building, Chicago, 111. J. O'Sullivan, handed down from siro to son im- aim under tho present system of Brj;an. Eble. William man Government. The deportation tion Next to the nomination ; for Frank A. Menne, Thomas J. Leahy, memorial and still existing today selecting Juries and because, too, Tho Pope's health is better than of the Belgian populace was con Mayor and Sheriff tho office of Charles J. Cronan, Camden R. among tho peasantry of Ireland, Is tho continuance of the prosecution THIS NOT THE TIME. County Commissioner seems to be and Cary B. Taylor. it has been at any time in the past demned in letters read from Theothe lighting of tho Christmas can- served no public good, but rather two years, and his changed ap- dore Roosevelt, Archbishop Ireland, Cablegrams from Rome bring attracting tho attention of many in On Christmas eve, when tho played Into Watson's hands by dle. pearance is probably accountable Joseph II. INDIANAPOLIS. Choate and Bishop news that Popo Benedict has no both parties him to cry 'persecution' and this coming. .local, shadows of night descend upon for the statements current .to the Thomas O'Gorman, of Sioux Falls; Intention of attempting to mediate primary, this being the case to a land and sea, the Christmas candle continue to pose as a martyr.to"Already he iias used it Charles W. Morbach, the well is brought forth and lighted, for "The meeting in New York .in among tho belligerents at present. marked degree in Democratic ranks. enect mat ne nas reason to believe tho that the prospect is bright for an protest of deportation of Belgians," according to a statement Issued Deputy Sheriff Joe Ludwig has been known Indianapolis dry goods mer- thero must be no darkness on that limit to keep his followers Inflamed rcnbishop Ireland wrote, "receives Monday by tho Vatican. Tho state- In tho field some time and his chant, was last Sunday with the Idea that tho combined early restoration of peace to Eur"Light of holy night, when a cordial and sympathetic ope. Catholic the World" camo to the possession forces of the Catholic church and Branch ment says that neither tho Popo friends say he will be one of the President of America, 5G3, which take of he of his own. Knights of tho Government Of tho frail outward form of from Americans elsewhere on the nor tho Holy See have made or threo to be chosen. were H. arrayed Pope Leo XIII., the present Pope, continent. Tho meeting speaks In wish to make any comment regard- S. McNutt Is also showing he hasn't has long been an active member. Tho light of this Christmas can- against him, In an effort to stlflo like his great predecessor and tho name of primary duties of jus- ing Germany's peace proposals, and forgotten how to organize and is Ho is also the Indiana State Presi dle typifies and symbolizes to' those free speech and freedom of tho patron, has an astounding fund of tice and humanity. Those to whom that therefore any announcements busy campaigning. Joe Nevln is an- dent. Branch 563 was organized people the wondrous Star press neither of which, however, vitality and a remarkable capacity your protest is addressed will not, attributed to them are absolutely other early starter who knows tho In 1889, and Right Rev. Bishop devout of Bethlehem, and as they gaze as Judgo Lambdln explained to tho for work. Leo had tho reputation I believe, turn a deaf ear to your unfounded. It Is added that the political game. Dr. H. E. Mechllng, O'Donaghuo, of Louisville, still re- upon It with feelings of piety and Jury, were at all involved In tho of wearing out his secretaries, one entreaties, and will, on calmer Pope naturally has an ardent de- the well known athletic leader, is tains his membership, being one of of devotion their minds travel back case. To expect,- - however, that of whom always slept within call thought, desist fiom tho dreadful sire for peace, but that ho docs getting away with a flying start the charter members. In spirit to the hills of Judca somo Watson's followers would take tho word Federal and rarely passed a night without rigors into which for the moment not believe that any intervention and Squire Frank Dacher Is exnineteen hundred years ago, and accept of n law and Judge, or would ARCI iniSHOP INSTALLED. as ueing summoned to attend to some war passion has led them. The at the present moment would has pected to announce at an early date, they see once again tho humble against tho word of tho evidence, was having a strong following all over tho civilian population of ten its conclusion. their business which the Pontiff had shepherds as they prostrato them- too much; for not oven a hero, town. revelation It was tipped off In theso I Archbishop Harty, for years in selves upon the ground in reverthought out during his waking In- a country lias the inalienable right columns just one montn ago max the Philippines, arrived last Friday ential awe, as they gaze upon that from on high could convince some tervals in the night, and, while to live on their own sou. Forced DEATH AT FAKIS. accompanied by Bishops of them that 'he is anything less Alderman Joe Overberg would en- In Omaha, Benedict rarely disturbs his as- labor on that of their foe finds ter race for Sheriff, disagreeing McGovern and Tihen, and on Thurs- miraculous messenger of tho most than tho Lord's anointed. So wo Cardinal sistants during the hours of sleep, nowhere justification. Following an illness of several withtho Evening Post that tho race day his installation as Bishop of high God, tho Star of Bethlehem. say again that for the benefit of the he drives them with extraordinary Mercler tells the details of Belgian months of Brlght's disease, John T. deportation. Tho truth of his was confined to tho two early en- tho Omaha diocese took place In St. Their thoughts travel further afield that portion of the public which has energy during the day. Doyle, soventy-ondied at his tries, and to make good the predic- Cecilia's Cathedral. The ceremon- and follow this supernatural mani- oeen nauseated well nigh ,to death When he became Popo and took statements may not be doubted. The festation of God's inscrutable way Paris Sunday morning. He this the name which Indicated that he facts as told by him challenge con- home ainbrother of Martin Doyle, tion tho popular Democratic or- ies were most impressive, the fif- of showing his lovo for fallen man with weeklyman's crazy vaporings They nls affright the was tradiction. ganizer and ward leader jumped teen Bishops and a large number assaults on everything would follow in tho footsteps of widely known horseman, and Miss into tho race with both teet this of the priests of tho archdiocese be- and leverently do they follow tho and everybody that is good and Benedict XIV., the famous modorn-Ize- r hearer. No explanation, no excuse, Kate Doyle, of Paris, and was held course of this royal messenger of worth while even a verdict of 'acFollowing tho cereHere's another tip. The ing present. of church legislation, it was diminishes tho awful cruelty implied in high esteem in Bourbon county week. mony at the Cathedral a luncheon God rfs It appears to the three wise quittal' Is a most happy, if not conbelieved that tho state of wdY in in them. For Its own sake, for tho and the Bluegrass region. There Post reprinted a list of present far-oEastern coun- vincing, end to a very nasty and the other day, stating was served to the prelates and men in their Europe would interfere with his sake of the honorablo record it also survive him two sons, Lieut. tries, and who, under its guidance, unprofitable proceeding. covers in tho history of nations, no opposition, clergy at the Henshaw Hotel. that they would havo purpose to continue conthe travel from their distant land until Martin Doyle, of the U. S. navy, "No doubt Watson will structive work of Pope Leo XIII. Germany will, let us hope, quickly and George Doyle, of Paris, and but there's a few of those who are they reach the city of Jerusalem, at to offend the proprieties by continue reverse Its present position and his sugELKS HEAR PRISTS. sure of opposition and who can not and of Cardinal Rampolla, who leave Belgians to live one daughter. Miss Winifred Doyle, depend on an Indorsement to carry which place their leader and gestive, if not downright filthy, puband suffer on had been his friend and his chief their" of Paris. The funeral was held them through, as Indorsements preown Belgian soil." The Rev. Father William J. spokesman inquires: "Where Is He lications for which unfortunately In tho Eontifical Department of Tuesday morning at the Church of ceding the primary this year will Slyan, of Ouray, delivered tho prin- that Is born King of tho Jews? Wo there is always a market but thero State, hut it is now known that tho Annunciation. and stylo havo seen his star In the east and is the consolation that these need CHRISTMAS IN IRELAND. be few and far between and the cipal address, in word Pope Benedict has prepared a vast go into tho homes only of primary as a general rule will be a that made a distinct impression, at havo come to worship Him." amount of progressive church govthoughts who have tho stomach for those Such aie the pious TIOTURES FOR CHILDREN. ll such Picture Christmas night in Irewith the best man to tho Elks Lodge of Sorrow at tho ernment legislation to bo put Jnto land; Sergeberg Opera House at Tellu-rld- awakened in the hearts of the Irish things. As for instance, theso win. actuation as s6on as the war ends. on thethe old turf fire Is crackling Tho James children sentences from some recent Col. Father Ryan revived the Catholic peasantry on beholding Local Domocrats are loud In and His expressed desire for an in remnant hearth, familyaround It the parish, school city, will of St. moving jour the lighted Christmas candle, and paper: have of tho creased public ceremonial In the ob Christmasof candles aro aro gathered. pictures this their own In the future, their condemnation of tho policy as memory of those who have during such Indeed they should be. The issues of his after (But on second of thought, and the appointee gleaming in neyed to the Great Beyond Judge Greene's servance or Christmas Is regarded every window, prayer and over hill and Father Wlllett, the pastor, having County Assessor to succeed the late tho past twelve months. Those who family kneel In peace at midnight rrtlcles in question, we can not of typical of his policy. as and blessings Is con- and invoke the the Assessor George Schlegei. peace begot made arrangements with one our own readers by reproducto tho in disFor nearly fifty years, on ac vale of a simple and unquestioning large film companies for threoofreels charging pretty near the ontiro force listened onethe speaker, whoeloquent of the Infant Saviour upon their fend tho language in. question). ten of the most ing sidered count of the troubled political con- resignation to the Divine will pre- a week. These reels are to bo of It Is a pity that this "Perhaps after all it would be of deputies employed In that office men on tho Western Slope, gained housohold. e ditions, the rites had been sides. The bright-facerosy little an educational nature with some of for no valid reason is manifestly a new meaning of our duty to the beautiful custom, 89 Catholic in oest for everyone, the press, tho to a considerable extent neglected children are gathered around spirit, Is not kept up pulpit and the courts, to let this tone and in the an amusing kind, all suitable for In Rome. The war and Pope Bene- father and tho mother. It is rosary children, though they will be en- unfair when it is considered that dead. the Elks' Lodge of Sorrow at In this country by the descendants man go his way without further noin 1913 these same men In fighting At dict's policy are responsible for a time, and oh, that Christmas ros- joyed by tho grown-up- s gathas well. of tho Irish race. of tice; for no amount of exposure, no Col., very marked change in tho attitude ary In Ireland! The Celtic imagin- This moving picture machine is one tor the nomination and electionand Hallda, recall a large crowd cort of denunciation, not even his Schlegei gave their time the departed brothers ered to the great body of tho Romans ation, veiled in the white robes of St. James' school was awarded in Mr. of LIFT YOUR HAT. own misdeeds seem to weaken him money, and when successful should vrho during the past year have left toward the head of the church, and Innate piety, follow the star that a. contest by the Evening Post. Rev. P. vtlth tho people to whom he caters in a spirit of fairness bo allowed, their earthly habitation. tho popularity of the present Pon- rests above tho manger wherein the Don't be afraid or ashamed to term to J. Gallagher, of St. Joseph's church, the other kind may bo hapto finish out the four-yetiff has not been equalled in Italy God Incarnate Is born. There is a entitled. chaplain of the lodge, gave an Im- lift your hat when passing a Cath- pier and hold a better opinion ot COVINGTON. which they were justly since tho early days of the reign mysterious Joy mingled with intense There was no complaint against pressive invocation and benediction, olic church. The Lord of Hosts mankind in general if they do not of Pope Plus IX. pathos in tins lrisn unnstmas The Catholic Ladies of Columbia, their efficiency in that office and bringing sorrowfully to view the will be tho moro mindful of you, near of him so often. That ho has Benedict XV., it is expected, will rosary. who have a fine organization in the fact that they were Democrats departed brothers, who had lived in and the sincere onlooker will be done, and is still doing, a frightful nd tho condition of Imprisonment Far beyond tho Atlantic's surging Covington, elected the following of- entitled them to some considera- the community so long, and their edified. At bottom humanity has a and devilish work in Georgia no under which tho Popes havo lived foam; away 'neath the tinkling of ficers for tho next year: President, tion. If they were Republicans or feeds which live after them. g good deal of use for, the man who person can deny. But since 1870, but that vitally impor- the Southern Cross; or there amidst Mrs. Margaret Qulgley; Vlco Presi- of some opposite political faith is consistent and Who lives up to that such work in tho end brings tant change, which Is involved in tho his convitclons religious or other- Its own condemnation is a consolad peaks of the "Land dent, Mrs. Lewis L. Applogate; Sec- then their removal might have been PAPER WRAPPING TWINE. the settlement of tho "Roman of the Midnight Sun," lighted by retary, May Florence Taney; Treas- expected under tho rules of political wise. Thousands of converts havo tion upon which wo may all rely. question" tho situation of tho the splendid (hues of tho aurora urer, Miss Alice Shea; Financial warfare, but theso samo men gave ' And by actions which in That wrapping twines which give been mado seem of no consequence. good-by- e now, if wo may, let us say Papacy within the Italian Kingdom borealis, are scattered tho brave Secretary, Miss May SpelHcy. hut not without some their time and money just as well thorough satisfaction can bo mado themselves Is not looked for before tho close sons and fair daughters of many Bishop Carrell Council, K. of C, to the election of Judgo Greeno as from paper has been demonstrated Tho sign of the cross at meals tho feeling of pity to a man who has of tho war, Meantime tho Pontiff an Irish mother this Christmas hold Its memorial services Sunday othors on tho Democratic ticket. by experiments mado by the Forest raising of the hat in passing tno so prostituted the great mental sift Is acting In harmonious relations night. As that kindly, simple afternoon, tho work being directed This act of unfairness caH justly Products Laboratory at aiaaison, church the reverent saluting of with which nature endowed him, with tho civil government of Italy, mothpr kneels to pray It is no won by Grand Knight L. U. Murphy. An bo laid at the door of Judgo Greeno Wis. Tho paper twine Is well God's minister when going his and leave him to return If he will as well as with tho Governments der that every maternal instinct is eloquent address was dollvered by and his backer, W. B. Haldoman. adapted to a number of purposes, dally round among tho sick and to his wallow." of other belligerent nations, and awakened. In fancy she can hoar William A. Bryno, and a eoiectoa The new Assessor, Scott Miller, Is not bo UBed whero it sad these slmplo acta have set many an honest man and woman at tho same time Is profiting of all the "responses of hor "wandering choir under H. Tilden Relnko ren- practically unknown to, Louisville but should KENTUCKY CLUB GUEST. will bo exposed to moisture. opportunities for tho revival of re- boy" to tho Hall Mary as It ascends dered tho memorial music. asking themsolves and Jefferson county Democracy, ligious ceremonies and questions. Times without number observ- to the Queen of Heaven, no matter TiniEE MASSES. and the writer can truthfully eay Former Lieut. Gov. Edward J. we havo heard converts assert that McDermott, of Kentucky, was the ances. In what land he may reside. And that hundreds of Democrats among SHRINE ECHOES. rop to tho At 8 o'clock at night on Christ- with tho laughter of the gentle the leaders and those in the ranks The practice of Celebrating threo their first steps on tho guest ot honor Sunday at a dinner say they mas eve Pope Benedict will hold zephyr of tho Christmas dawn is The collections for tho National upon being queriedHaldeman-Green- o never masses has Its origin at Romo. It church were taken as The Tesult of given by the Kentucky Club of a reception of the Sacred College borne to 'her i ears the accents of Shrine of the Immaculate Concep- heard of tho beginning of the witnessing theso iSubllc evidences of was so old at the Covers Notre Dame University. of Cardinals in accordance with the that beloved daughter whose foot- tion at Washington, century that tho Liber Catholic faith.-D. C, now selection before, and if he was tho sixth were laid for forty guests, the dinceremonial of past centuries. The steps have not echoed on the fam- amount to $58,183.67. It is ear- party worker as stated by the Cour- Pontificalis, compiled at the time, ner being served at the Hotel Oliver THREE TAKE nABIT. dean of the Sacred College will ily threshold for many a year. nestly hoped that tho women of ier and Times he must have done referred it to Popo Telesphorus, of In South Bend. Mr. McDermott was are this country may prove their love his wprk very quietly and unostenta- tho second century. The very old Scattered, oh, motherland, read an address to the Pope, and Three Covington young ladies, tpasted by the Rev. Father John mass books, called the Gelaslan then each of the other Cardinals thy brave sons and virtuous daugh- and gratitude to the Mother of God tiously. of the Taking their tip from these col- and Gregorian Sacramentarlos, con- Misses Martina Byrne, Dorothy Cavanaugh, President Coonejr, unipresent, in accordance with the ters In every clime; driven forth by striving to Increase this fund. dean Bartels, are versity, and John M. seniority of their rank as Cardinal from smiling plains and fields of The National Shrine will be erected umns probably, the local Republi- tain each three masses for the day. Mudge and Bertha Bishops, priests and deacons, will golden rraln whereon the cornu- on the grounds of the Catholic cans are going to wish their nom Anciently they were said at the asnong those who will he received of the School of Journalism. Mr. addeliver an address, and the Pope copia of Nature's lavish, profusion University, and when completed ination for Mayor on John Maas, the time, and in the order in wnicn Into the Order of the Sisters of McDermott made the high .tribute paid Providence at Mount St. will make formal reply. Ha will seemed to bestow its obolceet gifts. will be one of the most beautiful Undertaker, and it is now believed theya. are prescribed in the Missal, Divine Convent, Newport, on Janu- dress, in which he Mr. Mcuermou to his native state. the Martin at mldntrhf. hnfnra mention each Cardinal individually, Lonely are - the mothers of the "Old, churches eyer raised to the honor he will have no opposition for the Wf ary 2. The services will be pre- arrived at the university Saturday, re and glory of God. AH contribu- nomination, Wood Axton, Houston aurora and after sunrise, he finishes the ceremony Land" for- the children who and when an tions should he sent to Rev. Quin 'and the others sidestepping know that In the sixth century, and sided over by the Bishop. Another and in the afternoon delivered., of kissing bands will take place. gone; longingly they awmR the of their loved ones, but Bernard A. McKenna, Catholic Uni- the honor. No matter how strong probably earlier, the Pope was wont who will receive the habit is Miss address at a otnotable gathering' ot At the end of the formal rite an Columbus. the Knights or strenuously the Republicans deny J to say these three masses at St- - Elizabeth Jennings, of Ireland. Intimate and cordial general eon- - often, very often, they wai in versity, Washington, T. C. VATICAN BRYAN WATSON s, German-speakin- g t ri I pnArlrpSf O'Don-aghu- e, isHH H - -- 'fi I M 'A &WKm Hn!'- JHtPf r' Sixty-nint- ISBBBBBBBBBBBBBBlfliBBBLH vti JiiiH ,'i T' H newly-forme- State-wid- non-Cathol- ic e m Mc-At- ee , -- j- - re-ec- or poace-abldln- g e, S office- ff -holders free-for-a- e, old-tim- d, ar right-thinkin- snow-cappe- soul-searchi- prin-elpa- l 1 Te-tu- ra. ." jsaBBftrcroBrsr KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED BVBRY SATURDAY. Mi Moral hiremctmtmtmi et feiak Awrkww aaa CaAeHta Jsvtd OffielaliT Iadend by AattMt Orir ot HHwalai, YeMg Institute aai CBkaoMc Kmif fata of Arawka. KENTUCKY IHIH AMERICAN PHtNTWQ CO., Incorporate to the Social refcin: ) ambrican. a 5 Co. New.Yojrk. Uai Stewart Dry Goods Co In ConnectioaJfillLJames Mc Creery 8SCIPTION PRICE, ONS DOLLAR PER YEAR SIWHJ3 COPyT PnhUw WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. Qrh St. &.,. AMrtM aH 8afr.CIj fUtUf . t tka UotTltt ,SB3pBajaByaHSHBHatiiw""ii to tka MffTUCrT MBH AMBMCANr)RV21 Wot CwamMlwHeiM 8atri Last Chance ISpectals. mmmtmmmmmmmmmmtam " '"' 7 We Specialize In I V: M Ktr4i), CiyADES Llabo, fUHtOfT COUNcTl Solid Mahogany Lamp Ink I I.OUISV1LILB, KY'. .SATURDAY. DECEMBER 23, 1916. MEN'S NECKWEAR! 0 Vt V- V Mwll GKEETING. Grateful to its subscribers, advertisers and friends lor their generous support during the past year; grateful that peace and prosperity prevail throughout our country, the Kentucky Irish American again extends greeting to one and all, wishing them a merry Christmas and happy New Year. May God's saving grace bo with them all the days to the end and our country remain a haven of refuge for the poor and oppressed. HELPING THE ORPHANS. conflict, and so her motive to make peace Is not prompted by cowardice nor fear of ignominous defeat. Chancellor von Bethmann-Hollweg- 's speech announced to tho Reichstag that Germany, notwithstanding her strength, was not unmindful of her responsibility before God, her own at 55c The new fall patterns are in a large variety 5 of new and novel effects in stripes and desians. $CgStewart's 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 merchan dise. Xj all-ov- er Complete Solid Mahogany Candlestick, Shade Holder, Shade (in assorted colors) .and Art Candle To Match Shade. nation and humanity. Tho note Muhlberg, presented by Dr. von German Minister to tho Vatican, to Cardinal Gasparrl, Papal Secretary of State, to our mind but emphasizes tho fact of Germany's sincerity in her move for peace. have been dispelled through England's action. What elso could havo been expected from that oppressive and bloodthirsty nation, who has been a Lacriflclng men of all nations but her own? England is as cruel today as when she paid tho savage COMING EVENTS. Indians to burn and destroy the women and children whose fathers January Ladles' Sewing and brothers wero fighting with Society annual 1 charity euchre and Washington for American lotto for St. Anthony's Hospital, Phoenix Hill Hall, afternoon and 30-3- v.. Mahogany Bed All hopes for peace The Right Rev. Bishop O'Donag-hu- o has officially called for the annual collection for the orphans on Christmas day. This collection has a) a been announced in all the churches and the offering may bo mado at any of tho masses on Christmas day. As tho orphans will have to Bubslst for one year mainly on this collection, ft Is sincerely hoped the contributions will be generous. Help tho poor orphans and you will add evening. great joy to the celebration of this January 24 Euchro and lotto Tho Woman Suffragist movement greatest of feasts.. bearing upon the high cost of liv- for Visitation Home at Tyler Hotel. ing In Louisville has vanished txxsyaaexxxxsexxsexscscsaexKxxxtQ STILL THE BEST PLACE TO BUY CONGRATULATIONS. without any results other than hot While they "With tho Catholic press of the air and self laudation. Rugs, country tho Kentucky Irish Ameri- were beating around prices went congratulating Charles higher. Another evidenco that the can Joins in Good Furniture at moderate prices without trading-sJ Jacgle, of tho Pittsburgh Ob- men who provido should handle Mrs. John Burke, of Lexington, tamps. high Ihls matter. spent last week with Mrs. R. Guy server. As a mark of his In x'ortland. appreciation of tho efficiency and All of our Catholic exchanges value of his services in the cause Last week Miss Helen O'Rourke, in this come to us this week in lioliday of Parkview, had Miss May Kelly of Catholic journalism dress, their Christmas editions as her guest. country and especially of his work 415-41- 7 EAST MARKET STREET. as an offlccer of the Catholic Press evidencing growth and prosperity. n J. W. Klapheke was a United States They credit tho editors and publishAssociation of tho registered In Now York City ers and deservo continued sucess. as a Christmas guest will havo and Canada, His Holiness Popo the past week. SOCIETY DIRECTORY their niece. Miss Anna Leo Tuohy, Benedict XV. has honored Editor May the Peace of Christ soon Miss Nellie Flnegan, who has of Butte, Mont., who Is attending Jaeglo by making him a Knight of dawn upon the world. been 111 with an attack of quinsy, school at Eden Hall, Philadelphia. the Order of St. Gregory tho Great. Li now able to bo out. g A. 0. H. Miss Beatrico Cassilly, who Mr. Jaeglo made many friends In RECENT HEATHS. St. Catherine's Academy at Mrs. George Edelen has been enLouisville during the meeting of DIVISION 1. and Funeral services over the remains tertaining as her guest Miss Flora Springfield, returned Friday the Federation of Catholic Societies will be with her "parents, Mr. and Meets Fourth Thursday, Llederkrans long a well known Mahoney, of Now Haven. Press Association, of Richard Nash, and tho Catholic Mrs. John P. Cassilly, at their homo resident of tho West End, were held Hall, Sixth and Walnut. when his activities and wise counsel Sunday afternoon at St. Cecilia's Dr. Louis R. Casper visited at on First street. President Mark Ryan. Surviving him are two Brandenburg last week, tho guest was church. wero appreciated. Tho honor Vice President W. L. Cushing. daughters. Misses Saide and Mar- of Dr. W. M. and Mrs. Casper. Miss Elizabeth Gathright, who is worthily bestowed. Recording Secretary Daniel Mcgaret Nash, a sister, Mrs. Clifford a student at St. Mary's School at Mrs. Matt O'Doherty will bo host Garden City, L. I., arrived home Carthy. Soete, and two brothers, John and EMBAItGO NEEDED. Financial Secretary next Saturday at a luncheon bridge Wednesday to spend tho holidays Edward James Nash. party at her apartment In The with Mr. nnd Mrs. Owen Gathright Clancy. proCongressman Fitzgerald's Treasurer Thomas Keenan. Many friends and relatives are Plaza. at their home on Second street. Sergeant-at-Ara- s posed embargo on food supplies to mourning tho death of Mrs. Mary James English. Sentinel Tim Lyons. Senator Sam Robertson reports an Miss Elizabeth Kremer Is home Europe would surely solve tho high A. Coleman, beloved wife of Peter Coleman, 121G West Zano street. early Christmas gift, a llttlo baby to spend the holidays with her parcost of living problem when it Is Mrs. boy Coleman's death was DIVISIQN 3. past year by intestinal trouble, from caused day arriving at his home early Mon- ents, Mr. and Mrs. George W. considered that "in tho which morning. Kremer, on Cherokee parkway, First and third Friday, Hibernian tho following foodstuffs wero sent she was a patient sufferer. Besides after which sho will return to reHome, 0 Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Kelly, sume her studies at Dana Hall. country: Flour, her husband four daughters survive, out of this President Lawrence J. Mackey. sym- of Crescent Hill, left this week to heartfelt for whom Vice President John J. Riley. $33,000,000; sugar, $28,000,000; pathy. Thethere is was 'held from visit relatives In Richmond and funeral Burke Casper, Maurlco Arnold, Financial Secretary John 159,000,000 dozen eggs; 6,000,000 St. William's church Sunday Rushvjlle, Ind. Orvllle Pohl, Kenneth Hargls and Broderick, 1850 Portland avenuo. J. Photographs In pounds of pork. Miss Mary C. Hardin, students at Recording Secretary Matthew Thursday tho University of Louisville, left this Louis Duano arrived tho New York Tribune show con of Frederick F. from college at St. Mary's, Kan., week to spend the holiday vacation O'Brien. The funeral gested piers or apples, sugar, Garr, eon of Mr. and Mrs. August Treasurer Daniel Dougherty. and Is spending the holiday season at their homes In Cannelton, Ind. Sergeant-at-Arm- s M. Kalaher. canned vegetables, pickled meats Garr, 1052 west Kentucky street, with his mother. Sentinel Thomas Noon. and flour, all awaiting shipment to was held Monday morning from Misses Helen Malone and ElizaMr. and Mrs. E. J. O'Brien have beth Malone arrived Friday from Europe. Congress should pass tho Sacred Heart church. Deceased was DIVISION 4. of tho. firm of Fisher & had as guests Miss Margaret Wand, Cincinnati, whoro they are attenda member Fitzgerald resolution without Garr, and until stricken with ap- of New York, and Miss Aline Bolin, ing tho Sacred Heart Academy, to Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, Bortrand Hall, Sixth Street. pendicitis Iliad a promising future. of St. Louis. spend their vacation with their parBesides his parents three brothers, President John H. Hennessy. ents, Mr. and Mrs. John T. William, Edward and August Garr, NO HUNT NECESSARY. Vlco President Thomas Lynch. Miss Frances McCabe, who is a Jr., and a sister, Mrs. Mary Freitag, student at Nazareth Academy, will Financial Secretary Thomas J. spend Christmas week with In discussing gambling in Louis- Biirvlvo him. her Miss Cecilia Sullivan will arrivo Langan. Recording Secretary James J. mother at tho Belvoir. today from Cincinnati, where sho is ville, Rev. Dr. Hunt, a Baptist Tho death of Mrs. Mary Ludwig, attending the Sacred Heart Acad McTIghe. minister, says that gambling ds Treasuror--PConnelly. Harry T. Fischer, who has been T. Ludwig, beloved to spend widespread and tells of a Sunday-scho- Station-keep- wife of RobertFirst district stationed in Chicago some time as emy, parents, Mr.the holidays with Sentinel M. J. McDermott. at tho her and Mrs. J. T. Sorgeant-at-Arm- s Edward Byrne. teacher playing poker until police station, has taken from St. local representative of Vogt & Co., Sullivan, at their homo on Longest 3 o'clock on the Sabbath morn. The Boniface church' another of its older Is homo for tho holidays. avenue. Y. M.L reverend gentleman should Hunt no and highly esteemed members, who is homo Miss Edith Callahan friend and waB always a good Thursday Albert Malono farther for wickedness, but begin kindly neighbor. Besides hor hus from school In New York to spend from "Washington, arrived ho is atMACKIN COUNCIL, 205. where teacher. with the Sunday-schoband she is survived by a daughter, tho holidays with her parents, Col. tending the Preparatory Naval Meets Monday Evenings at Club Mrs. John "Wilson, and two sons, and Mrs. P. H. Callahan. Academy, to spend tho holidays House, 344 North Twenty-sixtAloyslus Ludwig. ' OLD AGE. FOR Robert J. and with his parents, Mr, President S. O. Hubbuch. and Mrs. Joseph Malone, of Pittsburgh, John T. Malone, at their home on M. First Vice President F. spend Christ- Willow avenue. strongly we No matter how Schaad The sudden death of Dennis Glee-so- n arrived Thursday to parents, on Monday morning camo as a mas as tho guest of his Second Vice President R. L, doprecate the militarism that PrusMr. and Mrs. John T. Malone. to his largo Sister Mary Benedict, of the Sis- Scheckler. sia has engrafted upon tho other great shock acquaintances, circle 'of ters of Mercy, underwent a slight lie havfriends and Financial Secretary. P. G. Adams. German States, wo must admire ing been in perfect health, and died Arthur Kling, who Is attending operation Recording for appendicitis last Secretary G. W. the economic preparedness that from a sudden stroke of heart trou- college in Cincinnati, will arrive week, and is recovering rapidly. uucKle passing through the offico today to visit his parents, Mr. and Sister Mary Benedict Js a daughter Prussia has given to Germany. Sho ble while Treasurer G. J. Thornton. emof Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Drlscoll, Marshal Theo. Buckle, did not permit her worklngmen to of Vogt & Co., where he was Blxty Mrs: Benjamin Kling, for the was ployed. Mr. Gleeson of Hamilton avenuo. Tnstde Sentinel James Radigan Sho made years of age and until a few years be made mero serfs. H Pfotror tJlURfrin HAntfnal provision for them in old ago, and ago was a resident of St. Michael's Mr. and Mrs. Robert Emmet juiss ausan Mcuermott returned seemed, to realize that they re- parish, where "he was known and Callahan will he hosts on January Jj- iW"i WOHIUIUiC, WUC1U ii.. quired food ,and clothing in suff- respected by all, and especially by 3 at a dance at the Pendennls Club sho Is attending school, to spend ""l those of the older generation, with in honor of their sister, Miss Edith the Christmas vacation 'the guest "?n0ing- - ,,& icient quantities to enablo them to whom ho was 'a big favorite because Callahan. ,s?ho ;ML?atAerm of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed J. homo wo a day, protect tho State and supply it of liis bright and unfailing disposiMcDermott. She was accompanied Know at tion, optimism being one of Ills John O'Brien, who Is a' student by her brother, Edward J. McDer- Usually wnat hour ho may come. with means of defense. he has to rush out again, For many at St. Mary's College, St. Mary'a, mott, Jr., who is attending tho chief characteristics. bo really thero is only ono day in years Mr. Gleeson was connected Kas., is here to spend the Christmas Gilman School in Baltimore. MISUNDERSTANDING. five that ho has any pleasure. with the Dennis Long foundry and vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mamma has no time to herself, as asfriend Addressing tho House of Com- was a particular Long, andturf- Mrs. E. J. O'Brien. A POPULAR MOVE. jsho has to bo ready to cook a meal tho of George mons on Tuesday the now Premier, sociate Ho was an uncle of John P. man. Anthony Harig Is homo from St. . More than twenty cities in tho any time. Wo all join In thanking you and hoping you will havo God's said ho was con- and Dennis J. Gleeson. The fu- Mary's, Kas., where ho Is attend- United States have adopted the two Messing. Goodby and thanks. Very vinced the Irish question was a neral took place from tho family ing St, Mary's College, to spend platoon Bystem for L. V. Allen." depart- truly yours, 630 the misunderstanding, and that ho residence, morningMyrtle8:30street, and holidays with his parents, Mr. ments, and New Yorkfire Is tho and Wednesday City at Mrs. Mred. Harig,. hoped this misunderstanding would from St. Michael's church NEGOTIATIONS PROCEEDING. at 9 latest to consider giving it a trial, be removed. Settlement of tho o'clock. An interesting wedding next week having appropriated $130,000 for The Liverpool Post of Saturday . will be that F. Donohoo, of the experiment. Under this system Irish question, the Premier said,' OPENv IRISH COAL JONES. this city, and Mies Lula Mattlngly, there are a night and day force, says, there Is no doubt that negotiawould be a great war measure. But daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Tom with a change once a month on the tions are proceeding for a settlewhen or how tho settlement should plan of the police department. The ment of Steps are being aken to operate Mattlngly, of Bardstown. question and place were not designated, a the coal field In Tyrone, Ireland, take suggestion is made that it would the two the Irish negotiators that principal are Raymond Fogarty Mrs. and not he a bad Idea for the Board of condition that brings no consolation on a large ecale, an otfer having been received from America to pro- daughter Dorothy, of Lebanon, were Safety to give it a trial' here, as well known. The newspaper says to Ireland. vide capital for the building' of a in Jeffersonvllle this week visiting those who have tried it say the the critical attitude adopted by the railway to transport the coal rom Mrs. Fogarty's mother, Mrs. Victoria added cost at the start Is more than Nationalists toward the GovernOF TKAOB. OFPPR. made up for by the efficiency and ment, for the creation of which the mines, hut authority for thie Osborne, "West Maple street, contentment in the department. The Sid Edward Carson, First Lord of peace upon raMroad must come from the Brrneh The offer to make Mrs.' H. C. Foreman, of Polo, following letter was written by a the Admiralty In the New Cabinet Government before the work Mo the part of Germany shows to calm started. This would open tip who was here on a visit, re- little girl lo a New York Alderman: and leader of the Ulster Unionists, aaye the Dublin Free-- , turned home sooner than expected 'I am a girl of twelve years. My has had some responsibility, would and Impartial judges of the situafireman, so I is to make him more eager to effeot a sane, humane heart of that man, of great national and indus on account of the Illness of her father VA4t a ttjr Mitt InAIUAJ write WA11 genuine compromise tion the wwa AUW.9OT ft J uu lllV and would intumum. jxrtA trial moment in utumng imanas daughter, Mrs. Sach Wheat. nation. Germany Um beea steadily are takiag in the interest of tbe duce him to urge his Ulster friends cheaper d vroyW1 miam J Aremen's two platoon bill. In tiw terrible tnl tot watiyel eoureee. Y,ou cam to adopt a more moderate attitude. SsiaiBC all alos Mr. and Mrs. George W. Kremer tPl.flO Like Cut. Month. 18 Distinct Styles; all at Reduced Prices; up to $50. FURNITURE GREENE'S Stoves and Ranges r J Child's Reed Rocker Special S2.85. $1.69 mKjA&tf$t7SlM Exactly as illustrated; reduced from sufciniY, Furniture, Carpets, Solid Mahogany Louls-vlllia- JAS. GREENE is'at-tendin- Many Styles; All Finishes; up to $4.00. 29c Candlestick Large Assortment; r" fcasy tfoyai Upholstered in push button Morris Chairs mmmm ffHaeeMeasaaasssssaMaeaeeaseeeBi " s Tapestry, genuine leather, and imitation leather; in all finishes and designs. To close out at One-Fourt- h Off Regular Prices : 1818-182- Metal Electroliers Beautiful display in our Gift Department on First Floor. 15 To 40 Off Very latest designs In the latest finishes. C Open Every Night Until Xmas 7) r Cedar Chest Matting covered; cedar lined; solid cedar; also the Popular Sanatos Covered Boxes; at ol er 15 per cent to 40 per cent Off Regular Prices ol J ) h. ( Goods Plainly Harked and Your Credit Is Good REMEMBER! Prices are smashed this week "V 1 N "ou; ?SVS. eTMZ Extra Specials WAS Lloyd-Georg- e, Tapestry Chair and Rocker Solid Maho any Tilt Table Three-PanFolding Screen F. O. Nest of Tables.' Waste Baskets, below cost, Solid Mahogany Sewing Stand el Solid Mahogany Smoker $2.25 Solid Mahogany Ccllarette 30.00 Solid Mahogany Tea Tray r.30 Solid Mahoga y Console TaMr 22.50 S Ud Mahogany Drop-Lr- af Table... W.00 48. 0 9.00 3.50 18.00 1.25 10.00 ; NOW 818.75 JS 98c $16.75 311.15 $37.50 5.85 $ 2.40 $10.95 8 49c O.OO 1.75 oL-B- v Bet. 6th & ) Two Squares West of 4th St. ri 7th Sis. on West Market Rhopes-Burfo624-625-626-627-6- 1 . 29 iPPip" . West Market - ISUtfarTTOKY tmmmMBBBBmmsBBmBm jmjji3jjjMjfl?ljj TiiJISMMSfiSSJSSJflSftPstBaJ'tifasMJsJeBllMCe. XXZX&TZ A3tdDEKftIO.AJBiB CHRISTSfAS-TIDB You DO Want RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. Wc aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. IX IRELAND. Money For A mjpv CLASS A Next Christmas? BUY IIHJR ' JOIN OUR Sewing Machine For Christmas I'ScII the Best. Sc Mo. JOHN Phone M. Home C. 542 East Jefferson St. 926-- DORSBY, TUCK PEOPLES PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION Incorporated. n was organized by citizens to make LOANS on furniture and other personal prop-- ' erty at X.OWE3T BATES. Coleman Blag., S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. Both Phones, 2886. well-know- land of Erin, that more shall see, the window-pane- s and rime upon the grass, And the boys and girls together on the way to midnight mass? With the candles burning brightly and the throngln' crowd so still? All reverent on bended knees; and when the mass was done Dear Father Dan's (heaven rest his soul) "God bless ye, every , one!" And And do ye mind thero'd be And .do ye mind the chapel In the shadow of the hill, Oh, do ye mind, happy we In the dear old we never With frost upon at Christmas, how would be JBACjMasoit We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. Men's Furnishings For Gift Purposes or Holiday Wear. Men's Shirts; negligee and plaited bosom shirts with laun- dereel 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 materials 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 hand- some collection to choose from; all sizes; price each .$4.45 Sweater Coats; made of heavy worsted and having shawl collars; colore arc Oxford gray and maroon; price .2.50 Sweater Coats; made in hpavy 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 e effects and striped and plaid designs; trimmed with silk frogs and patch pockets; the colors aro Oxford, brown, tan and green Priced at $4.95 and $6.50 Silk Mufflers; made of brocade silk in largo square shape; colors arc black, white and gray Priced at $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00 Knitted Reefers; of silk and silk mixed materials with . 4 llf J r ft n n iiinyvu. uuus; in 1TaT wmic uim gray cuiuuiliuuons uluuk, all-wool Christmas Saving's Club Time For Joining Is Limited pay ?1 a week $50 Total pay $2 a week Total.,. $100 pay- ?5 a week Total $250 pay ?10 a week Total $500 Interest added to your deposits. Interest added to your deposits. You pay 10c a week CLASS D You for 50 weeks. $5 for 50 weeks. .Total CLASS E You CLASS II You pay 25c a week for 50 weeks. $12.50 CLASS P You for 50 weeks. Total for 50 weeks. CLASS C You pay 50c a week CLASS G You $25 for 50 weeks. Total for 50 weeks. -- Phono City 9532-- J CHIMNET REPAIRING POINTING ESTABLISHED 1803 I WM. H. SMART AMD BRICKWORK FIASTEBXHO 633 EAST CHESTNUT ST. Louis A. Broring, D. DEJNTKST HomB Phww D. S. the on 2556 430 W, Market St AMERICAN ELEVATORS MADE IN LOUISVILLE AMERICAN ELEVATOR MACHINE CO. BY & ENGRAVERS Then latched the door, and raked the Are, before wo went to bod go In' homo across the fields In the frosty, starry light? night. gatherln's Christmas Z t t $ X "SOUTHERN STAR" SLICED BACON VWOJOH ENGRAVING ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS Ah! well do ye mind it all God ELBCTROTYPER8 knows tho heart can not MB W. Mala St., Louisville, Ky forget I Homo Phone City 6674 This is a kindly land, but take no shame that eyes are wet, JOHN B. O'liEARY & CO. When we think of all tho pleasant days we never more shall Beneath each blessed cottage roof, COMPANY the Rosary was said. e Headquarters for Ky. Title Savings Bank & Trust Co. Fifth Street and Court Place. OFFICERS. Embry L. Sucnringcn, President. John 31. Monohan, Vice President. C. L. A. Johnson, Assist. Cashier. R. "V. Delph, CnsIUcr. CITY ANB FARM PROPERTY. Of AM Ready for Your Griddle 1b tba Seo us about anything In real Morning" estate. We sell, buy and rent. HAMB, LARD, SAUSAQE 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. Borne Phono City 4464. (Incorporated.) know the dear ago! s-tide Christma- j 1 5 2 In Ireland long Selected. two-ton- HIBERNIANS. SEE FOOLEY FOR MONEY Residence Phone, Pewee Valley Phone, City 3180. 21-- J. RELIABLE Room 1, Courier-Journ41G Fourth CONFIDENTIAL JOS. DALY Building CONTRACTING PAINTER 420 "West P. R. POOLEY Street What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General . News Notes. I 9 7! W X XM v fr M !..?- -. J. - Green Street, Louisville, Ky. WM. ISGRIGG Bs lelVA (A Z5Km Diamond Headquarters MATT IRION 404-40- 6 k SONS WEST MARKET STREET Jewelers and Opticians Goods Laid Aside on Part Payment. OPEN EVERY NIGHT TILL XMAS Established 1872 rH ii DOUGHERTY & McELLIOH 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Funeral Directors and Embalmers TCrTI-- TTrT'TC. ! Climb. Main SOOS-- a Home City 200S X MWVVMVW11WWWVWWWWVIWVWVW HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971.y J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. 822 Bast Main VVVVVVVVWVVvVVVVVVVVM &-jcg- The division at Omaha had a fine meeting and clasg initiation on SunMen's Auto Gauntlets; made of horsehido and having large day. cuffs; lined or unlined BHBBT METAL CONTRACTOR Division 4 met last night lntscad PLUMBING, GAS AKD SEWERAGE Prices at$1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 of next Monday, tho regular meet4105 Henry Street ing date. Home Phone City 4392-- J & veiour uaunueis; mauc witn icatner palm; sizes tor boys Tho Indiana divisions are active Z Priced at 59c, 75c and 85c Z Home Phone, Shawnee 1383-1000 Zaae Street and incroasing their membership. The division at Whiting recently Men's Dress Gloves; heavy fleece lined; the colors are tan, Homo Phone Shawnee 803 S gray and brown THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH CO. Initiated fifteen. Tho County Board plans to place INCORPORATED Priced at 59c, 85c, $1.00, $1.25., $1.50, $1.76 and $2.00 HENRY GOSS an A. O. H. ball team in the ama5 Distillers Of BOOnpO, GUTTERING, SFOUTIKO teur field next season. ) OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH Tin Boot's Repaired ana Pointed With tho advent of many younger "HOLLENBAOH" PURE RYE members in tho order a bright ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN Loalsrllle, Ky. outlook is promised for the cominc DAN J. HENNESSY 2011 Weft Broadway, Louisville, Xy. 528 V Mala St. year in local ranks. Fall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. Mrs. Mary McWhorter. National D. President of the Ladles' Auxiliary, organized a. division at St. Joseph, Co. Successor to Mo., Avlth a charter membership of EIGHTH AND OAK sixty. The Hibernians of Dunkirk. N. Y are deeply grateful to the peo031 West Walnut. ple of St. Mary's parish for their Home Phone City 7G62. Home Phone Ciiy 6771 generous offerings for the Irish 'reUPSTAIRS STORE. 425 W. Jefferson Street lief fund. 1 Division of Milwaukee, the largest In tho country, has elected Walter E. Foley its President. The installation on January 3 will be a big event. Where work Is quickly County President John Hennessy Where tho homo la brightest; done; will install the officers of Division THE GREAT AMERICAN Where the work la Where cooking soems 3 next Friday evening, and mem' lightest; real fan; bers of the other divisions aro Invited to attend. Where the . meal Is Where baking giTes deRev. Father E. J. O'Brien, of light; cooked best; Everett, is State President for Where tho rango stands Wlicro drudge is ont of Washington. The State President of sight the test the Ladles' Auxiliary, Mrs. T. C. where That's That's tho where the Doheney, also, comes from Everett. "Quick Meal" comes "Quick Meal" comes The Ancient Order and Ladles' 1b. in. Auxiliary of Chicago will endow Seminary with the new Diocesan Quick Meal Gsa Ranges Sold, Installed and Highly Recommended two $2,500 scholarships, to be known as St. Patrick and St. Brlgid 215 . scholarships. There is earnest W. MARKET ST. kjutdaftSu INCORPORATED. rivalry between tho two County Boards as to which will complete LOUISVILLE, KY. its scholarship first. Hibernlanism in all its glory will BfttKM?0MMWIKroa?TO be depicted in Minneapolis on Friday evening, January 1'2, in the Elks Club rooms, where a joint installation of the county officers will be held in tho presence of many prominent Hibernians, naGive us a trial for first-clational officers and members from service. We are as all over the State. 'Mrs. McWhor-te-r, close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and National President of the night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable Ladies' Auxiliary, of Chicago, will chauffeurs our specialty. Give us a call. be the principal speaker. PricPrt nt. fin SI SI fifl S1.7R SO S9 Krt EQ Kn nrA R THOS. J. BRODERIOK L. t LOUIS COADY y Kennedy-Coad- S. L. HYMSON, Men's Furnishings Wines and Liquors Hennessy Axman POPULAR PRICE TAILORS YELLOWSTONE Where the Quick Meal Comes In WHISKEY Taylor & Williams GEHER & SON, AUTOS AND TAXIS FOR HIRE ss fDINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT ft4HHft4tt i GRAN W. SMITH'S SON Chawk & Smith Auto Co. fAL. S. SMITH, PROP. SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. Botk Phoiiea 3300. "LITTLE PEOPLE." Did you know that the "little people" are in America. If you looked and listened during the last political campaign you must have had a suspicion that the "little people" wero up to something. In Ireland the "little people" are the leprecauns, the fairies, who live in tho hedges and the caves in the hills. But in Ireland the "little people" do good deeds1 turn the milk maids into queens and the plow boys into princes. In America tho "little people" degenerate, join the A. P. A.'s, and tho "patriotic" societies. These new kind of "little people" look and talk just like sensible citizens except when, a Catholic ihas been selected to represent his party as a candidate. Then they change into gnomes and dwarfs, and become so small that it would take the souls of ten thousand piled in a garbage pall before you would suspect the air was tainted. There is some scientific mystery about these "litHow do tle people'" in Amorica. they remain so small in such a great country? How did they become so 'mean under a generous conWhy do they grudge stitution? freedom to other citizens, and shrivel with fear whenever a CathThese are olic aspires to office? questions for science to answer, for can not science take a rabbit's leg and graft it onto a man?s nose, and the skin of an eel to cover a baro spot of flesh? Tho spirit of our Institutions and the traditions of our history have failed, to make tho Let sur"little people" man-sizgery then graft on their intellects the brains of some domestic animal, so that they may not be frightened at thee Jgbt of men, and on their shoulders the head of an ass, so that we may be able to Identify them in broad daylight. e. SIXTY-THREE. F. F. X. L. BEER NONE PURER NONE BETTER i $ Funeral Director and- - Embalmer Corn, Bullions and Callouses Removed Without Pain Ingrown and Abnormal Treated. ' BOTH PHONES 810. Dr, Uriah Both Phoaea 1120 L Prompt t "Delivery CALL NO. 467 Service?" EITHER PHONE, Sure. i Litsey, Chiropodist 600.7 Starla Bnildliit degree on a Kilass of 150 at an early date. Preparations for the exemplification at Trinidad, Col., on January 14, have had wonderful progress. Raton, La Junta and Pueblo Councils have been invited. The Ladles' Altar Society will servo the banquet. In tho Columbus Day Nursery, of Boston, fathered originally by the Knights of Columbus, 122,214 children have been cared for in nlno years. Tho nursery, which Is in chargo of Sisters, has distributed i f,512 pieces of clothing, and procured for parents 940,031 days of work, with pay estimated at one million dollars. EXCURSIONS SOUTHWEST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. S INSTRUMENTS STERILIZED S)sassjaosss)a)4i1 IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE inhiits of cmmbds. Home Phone Shawnee 484 Cumberland, TVeSt 11 Late News That Will Interest Members Here and A class .of OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. 1 i RATTERMAN . SCANNELL Independent Funeral Directors INCORPORATED. and Embalmers Cteppeie" Horn., City 3101 3101 WEST BROADWAY ( Guuib. South OC6-- T DOUGHERTY & LANNING COAL CO. .INCORPORATED. Best Quality Pittsburg and Jellico Coal. Office and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue enrolled at ary 14. Eighty candidates received the degrees at tho recent initiation at Wheeling. At the last initiation at Newark, Ohio, elxty new members were added to the roster. Last Sunday tho first and second degrees were exemplified for a class of 100 at Denver. Supremo Knight Flaherty was given a splendid reception in all the cities ho visited In Indiana. The Knights of Terre Haute will again attend to the wants of the children of St. Ann's Orphanage. The council at Toledo entertained Tuesday evening in 'honor of the clergy who are members of the or-d- ?r. will bo Wichita, Kas., on Janu seventy-fiv- e JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. KY, A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case of : PROHIBITED. FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common DUe to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. The Chief Secretary for Ireland has come to the conclusion that railway excursion, traffic and like traffic not necessary for the service of the business interests of the community ought to be generally discontinued during the period of the war. This decision has been communicated to the railway Cumb. Phone West 191 Heme Phene ItU AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. FREE SERVICE. FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. 111-M MAMT BKOADWA-T- . DRILLING NOT ALLOWED. Charles B. Krapp, of Louisville, registered lat week as a visitor at new Under the council club house in Portland, under the adefence order In council of the realm, act Ore. the Chief Secretary for Ireland will e prohibit any Ryan, of the Rev. John A. exercise, evolution or University, will lecture and be military guest of Council 400, next week drill of a In by any nature being the parsons other taken part at Columbus, Ohio. than naval and military forces or Richard Crane, Master of the police in areas to which the SecreOineiasatl dtetriot, is amtsffiag, for tary of State, or Amy Council may the exmpUtfotioii of ttye fourth declare the order shall apply. Cath-oM- WIEDEMANN CfcoarauTss The Ilight Hon. Charles- Fltzpat-ricChief Justice and. Deputy Governor General of Canada, was years old Tuesday. Sir e Charles is an Irishman and a Cath olic and one of Canada's ablest sixty-thre- k, BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer. 8U at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, atatesuven. 0RU8ER & DEUSER, Maaf;rs, Louisville, Ky. jfctBroTTXJOKY XRRSJEI AMEJ6XOAIV. HERMAN STRAUS iNcop0Arro rouRTti Avenue $ SONS market . street We Qive und Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. . Q& U HERE IS TUE SOLUTION OF A DCniMCVIHA BAADI HI m. "st "&; .airau o mv i & &. . For Weekly Christmas Savings Join the Thousands and Thousands 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. Now ready for little boys and girls. Grown-up- s Choose the class which will give you the amount you want to accumulate. Make your deposits regularly and next Christmas there 11 be a check waiting for you with interest added. Choose from these to suit your needs CLASS A CLASS B- - INSURANCE SAVINGS FUND CLASS C CLASS D- - Tops, Engines, Automobiles, Hooks and Ladders, $1.75 etc., 2Gc to. Ives Electric Trains; big va12.50 riety; $3.50 to (Demonstrated.) Rocking Horses and In all sizes; $11.50 and $1.00 down to Simplex Typewriters; a very educational toy; write like the $1.00 big ones; $0.50 down to (Demonstrated.) Phonographs; this will please the youngsters; plays any 10c complete phonograph record; $2.08 with 3 records Bicycles; Velocipedes and many kinds and styles; $11.08 $1.75 down to The Juggling Clown; very 50c funny mahogany Pianos; Upright ,$5.75 finish; 50c, to 50c Piano Stools; 25c and many styles; Doll Trunks; 25c up from Hill-climbi- Express Wagons; steel body; Climbing Monkey; very amusing to the children and grown- - all sizes and prices as low. UPS Shoo-flle- s; Dolls' Willow Cradles; $1.25 Wheelbarrows; up from.. 25c 50c and Grasshopper many models very amusing Tennis Games; Tinker Toys; 08c 50c can be' made with these Popular Games of all descripDrums: we have a big line of tions; up from loc these; priced from 25c to....$2.25 Juvenile Books; a very largo assortment; up from 50c Amorlcan Modol Builder; a nn,oiia"o7 Rugby at.....T.....08c'constructlon toy and yery du - uuuunui; keeps the boy busy; j. iuo, uuw ...... eu, tO S1. can build hundreds of models; $7.50 Child's Desks and Chairs; 50c and up to (Demonstrated.) $1.80 large variety; as low as And Thousands of Other Toys. Wood Builder; wood construcDols of All Descriptions; $10 tion toy for the smaller children; 25c $1.00 and down to 50c Doll Furniture of all descripAutomobiles; just like the big $4.08 tions; oak and white enamel; ones; $21.50 down to $0.50 with lots of 50c to Tool Chests; Rockers and Chairs of many $5.08 tools; 50c up to $2.50 American Flyer Trains on styles; 25c to Wood, Brass and Iron Beds; $1.00 Tracks; $2.75 down to all complete and some with 50c Others at springs; $7.00 down to.. (Demonstrated.) 20c - xitiMii hiiimMUv weeks, may also be divided Into or monthly deposits. SO scral-month- If you want $12.50 choose Class "A," 25c a week for $12.50 $25.00 $50.00 $100 If you want $25.00. choose Class "B," 50e a week for semi-month- CLASS E 60 weeks, may also be divided Into or monthly deposits. weeks, may also be divided or monthInto ly deposits. ly If you want $50.00, choose Class "C," $1 a week fpr 00 weeks, may also be divided Into or monthly deposits. semi-month- If you want $100, choose Class "D," $2 a week for CO ANY AMOUNT No matter what sum you want come In and talk it over, and arrangements will bo made to accommodate you. Don't Delay Start Today! Savin?h?-6Toen8ocTock?aturday I.".,' r; GERMAN Under the Big Clock V- - INSURANCE BANK A Bank For The People Since 1854 Second and Market Sts. u SSSssx$$x$xjxjjk$k attain it MsjgpSgSgJMBsWHSiSs Titwlft siyfflmLWrawsssBsWTi VWVVVVVVVVVM Select Your Xmas Present NO PAY DAYS! w. MORE 8AVE FOR FOR AND FOR FOR FROM That time comes for every man. The only way to pare for it is to save something out of what you earn and put , it in a savinga account at interest. A IIOMK-SA- VE OLD AGE-SA- VE 1NVEST-SA- VE pre- - S INDEPENDENCE. In A BUSINESS OPENING-SA- VE We pay 3 per cent, on savings and help you FIDELITY & COLUMBIA TRUST CO. I COLUMBIA BUILDING, FOURTH AND MAIN. Capital nud Surplus, $2,750,000. PICTURE TAKEN ON THEIIl GOLDEN WEDDING DAY. In the death of John J. Rellly away on the eve of their d anniversary. Tuesday the Dominican parish lost Mrs. Rellly is David J. one of its original parishioners, ho survived by one son, having been tho contractor on the Rellly; one daughter, Mrs. Hannah Boardman; nineteen grandchildren 244 E. MARKET STREET old church In tho fifties, and assist- and six great grandchildren. The ed greatly in building up the Cath- funeral took place from St. Louis Bet. Brook aud Floyd. olic settlement In that section. In Bertrand's church Thursday morn1904 Mr. and Mrs. Rellly celebrated ing with a requiem mass at 9 golden The interment was. In St. THE BEST $1,$1.50, $2 HATS AT their February wedding Jubilee and o'clock. last Mrs. Rellly passed Louis cemetery. sixty-secon- VIC LORCH ...JEWELER.... sssssssssssslssssslssHssslsslsHsSisBsssrisa HIS 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 " HERE ARE A FEW SUGGESTIONS: Men's Gloves $1 and up. 1RKLANIVS A wish GREETING. WVVWVVkVWWVl Our successfully treated without original, scientific! and sanitary. References, tho lead-In- ? physicians and surgeons. Established 1883. Both phones. Suite 300 Stark Bldff. Remember THIRD rOOR. Corns and All Foot Troubles method! are pain. DR. FRANK DAVIS AND WIFE Miss Bell, assistant Wherever and That the ' day May reach them still by ,yale and hill In the strange lands far away. A wish love-laden Goes over In tho track from tho heart of Ireland tho "wintry, sea, of her exiled children, on earth they ,be; a prayer glamor of Christmas GERMAN BANK Handkerchiefs, 10c, and can-b- All the late a'o new btv sand Shajn., t found tt : nable prices A MAN OF EXPERIENCE. . TRY A LOAD OF Wallins Creek Lump Coal FOR HOME USES. Low in Asli. High in Heat. &r-'- ' t&f aaaVR t 0! exiles out In tho world! God send you in soothing dreamt) The crooning of Trlsh breezes, The murmur of Irish streams. The laughter of Irish firesides On a far-oChristmas night, When the fairy men marched up tho glen And the fields with frost were white. ff TJHslsli3siysjwBljiYfc Fifth and Market Sts. Its your boys an dncatttm that will prepar thsm for life. 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 $2.25. Silk Mufflers,, $1 to $7.50. Men's Slippers 75c to $3. Collar Bags', $1 to $2. Men's Hosiery, 25c and up. aaV? K? J God prosper you, Irish exiles! And keep you forever true To the land that is still your And that never was false to you; God guide you again towards Ire- CHRISTMAS GIFTS PACKED IN HOLIDAY BOXES. SGflNLON GOAL 60MPflNy INCORPORATED. MULLOTS COFFEE Is the best coffee value offered. If you want a delicious. Inexpensive coffee, TRY OU- R- 113 W. Broadway, onlsrUIt, Xy. Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers. Classical, Scientific land aad Business Lars When her skies are no longer Courses, Preparatory Department,Gjraoa-sluSwlmmlnr Fool, Well Equipped gray, Bro. J&stea. Dlr Trm And the sunburst In the horizon Will point you out the way. mother, ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE LEVY'S Third and Market. HQ&&&&&$&$QQQQ4&WQ& of dyes for ono moment since Service. Modr. 319 PAUL JONES BUILDING. Hdrae City 405 Gumb. Main 415 E5IERALD On JUBILEE. 'QUAKER MAID' INCORPORATED BE SURE TO CALL FOR NEW BLEND 2 1.2 Lba. 10c In r 65c McKENNA Special rebate ticket good for trade with 2 12 lbs. of New Blend. JOHN M. MULLOY, 212 West Market. "As Near to You as ibe Nearest Phone' Wednesday the Right Rev. John S. Foley, Bishop of Detroit, Clean Grocery Stores. celebrated tho sixtieth anniversary "The Best For Less." of his ordination to the priesthood, which took placo in Rome In 1856. Oders for $1 or more delivered to He is a native of Baltimore and a any part of the city. brother of the late Bishop Foley, of Chicago, and was consecrated Bishop of Detroit on November A, 1888. The venerable prelate Is now year. In his eighty-thir- d SIGN OF TIIE CROSS. tho ivur begun and nro thoroughly equipped to handlo all work of every description. You can rest assured If you need dyeing wo can satisfy you. Auto Delivery. Parcel Post If yoa want expert service just call us up. We have never been out H.B0SSES0N PULS CLEANING Funeral Directors and Embalmers. li2. 426 S. Fifth St. BOTH DYEING CO. 2635. WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. INCORPORATED. PHONES Oar Special $3.00 Spray Oar Special $5.00 Wreath Louisville. H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, fix. The largest values in Funeral Flowers ever offered la both (phones. For prompt delivery call ?23 Miiini h n inum umi mm 11 m.-h- i i ni 4 POO ibyrthAwnw ioaCWi Flowers telegraphed everywhere." SHnUry. H. J. EWiNflN, rfK MTa P. IANKBM, JR., Wei Ftk. Truil UWXEMCE I. VEENEMAN, I i!R 1 BANNON PIPE CO. Lliiti LlalasJ, I ; Sewer and Calvert Pipe, BaBHaa't Fateat . . J Ftre rrcsMag, Mae X Pipe fer Steam Ceatfaits, Wall CeHiai. Drulu Tile. TSArlU4 Brick. Z y " -- FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING -- V.-w- Crate c aai Bsiler Tile, Creaad Fire Clajr, Ckhaaey OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON 873-1786. Fire BricK Teys. HOMB PHONM OITY CUMB. MAIN I 41 807. WORKS 13th swdBreck. and 1 Ms9tU Ave., Bet. 9tfc east JOth. H 1 111 i 1 1 11 Ml 11 It 111 1 111111111 Ml 1111 1 1 II 11 I Ml A N. W.Crr Fnuih and Jcffcr! The Right Rev. Bishop Ullls, of Kansas City, haa expressed to his priests his desire to have from, them a sliort history of the principal interesting events In their several" parishes from the time these par above, wKo created us to his image ishes wars founded. The Idea Is aad likeness; In touching the breast excellent n might be worked out wo show our belief In the Son, who In evsry diocese. There are two ways of making tho eign of the cross. Thejlrst Is made by tracing with the thumb a little cross on the forehead, another on tho mouth, and another on the heart or breast. The priest and tho faithful inako It In this way at the reading of the first gospel dur ing the holy sacrifice of the mass. Wo sign tho forehead with tho cross to show that wo profess openly our allegiance to Jesus Christ; we sign the mouth to how. that we are ready to confess our religion, and the heart to show that we sincerely love our religion. The second way of making this sign is by placing the right hand to the forehead, then to the breast, afterward to the left shoulder, and finally to the right shoulder,, while we pronounce the words: f,In th& name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost, Amen." By this sign we show hat we believe in and adore the Three Persons of the Blessed Trinity. The figure of the cross, which we form ob ourselves by this sign, is a mark of our belief In Jesus Christ, who. redeemed us by dying on a cross. We in touching the fore- - Louisville, Ky. CIO TaUsaeaa XraCEXR AVXCNCXES ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account with this safe, conservative, Bank, to which yoa can 'add $1.00 at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 per cent. No cost to you whatever. The same courteous attention given the depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. Sixty-one-year-old or-mor- e Work easy, profits largo. White meat-e- d aauabs always In demand. Start your foundation stock from our pens of carneau or homer pigeons. Guaranteed mated pairs and young birds. Write for prices and Information. ALBERT NISBET & CO., 2808 Main St.. Louisville, Ky. came down from heaven to take a human body and soul (for ub; by RAFSE SQUABS t German Insurance BanK Under the Big Cloak Second aad Market State GoverHHiBBt Sapsrvluoa. touching our left shoulder first, and then bringing hand to the right shoulder, we Indicate our (hope of salvation through the work of the Holy Ghost, who by his grace leads us from the left side of the lost to the tight side of the redeemed. GOOD IDEA. OLDBARBEE The Beit Straight Whisky On Earth JNO. T. BARBEE INCORPORATI & CO, Strt Sale Owasra Registered Dist. Me. S3, Main Qfficc and Salesroom, 728-73- 0 Went Main o.; .