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Kentucky Irish American: January 6, 1917 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1917 kec1917010601_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: January 6, 1917 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1917 $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. I irore FURNITURE GO TO W Wm. F. Mayer 413 W. Market. Kentucky Irish American NO. 1. MOURN EI Norao Wilkoe Union Made Cigars. VOLUME XXXVIIL LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1917. PRICE FIVE CENTS. necessity for martial law, and on tho contrary would play Into tho hands of tho most violent section of the Sinn Fein group. I urged a provisional government which would do away with the necessity for homo My proposal was that tho rule. Irish government, so to speak, should go into commission. Lot its administration bo placed in the nands of an executive council, consisting of Irishmen of recognized standing drawn from different parts of Ireland and fairly representative Of tho main interests and currents of opinion in tho country. I suggested that Ulster, on account of Its industrial and commercial importance, should be given (representation beyond what Its numerical strength would demand. Any Irish legislation would Temaln in tho Imperial Parliament where it would be looked after bv ithn TrtRh mnro. sentatlves. The council would be nominated by tho Prime Minister, In connection with leaders of the Irish sections. Tho chief oxppiHIvp officer of the Irish government would be a Secretary of State for freland, would have a seat In the Cabinet and be responsible for Irish Parliamentary business, nnpstlona estimates, legislation. It may bo mat a provisional adjustment of tho telsh question will be settled In another way, but the real advantages of such a provisional government 6hould bo borno in mind. It would afford tho first chanco wo have had of getlng North and South Ireland together In the actual work of Irish government. From the Nationalist point of view it would bo well to navo at tho end of the war a government which would automatically disappear and leave tho ground clear for tho now regime." INTENTIONS A DEMOCRATS ins DEATH. I friends and relatives of Patrick J. Lally, tho widely known and popular Btreet car inspector, when it became Turn Cold Shoulder to Plans of known that ho had succumbed tb pneumonia, following an illness of Ilnly and Beckham Foronly a week. Pat Lally was well ward Club. known to everybody in Louisville, where he had resided for years. Ho had numberless friends among tho railway men and traveling public, Frankfort Supporters of Former and everybody who mot him was better for tho acquaintance. The Dictator Prominent at the deceased was reared in Portland and In 1876 obtained employment with Banquet. the railway company as a driver and conductor of mule cars. Eight years later ho was appointed a United under the Local Republicans Will Center States storekeeper-gaugefirst administration of President Strength on County ComGrover Cleveland, holding the position four years. He then returned missioner Nominations. to tho car servico as a conductor. Later he had charge of tho street car transfer station at Fourteenth an(L Main streets, he was LORAINE MIX FOR COUNTY JUDGE located several years.where nearly a For quarter of a century he had been an inspector. Although at times ho was assigned to other lines, most of Democrats throughout tho State his service had been on the Fourth REAR VIEW OF AERO YACHT. are still discussing the attempt of street and Second street cars. Hero gang to obtain he had charge of heavy traffic and tho The yacht can safely start or alight on rough water and designed to carry five persons. Every poscontrol of the Democratic party In looking after tho welfare of tho sible Item of yacht equipment hasi been included in the design, Including tho through tho assistance of tho For- High School girls using cars in go- Gyroscope stabilizer, which automatically keeps tlo aeroplane at an even balance. ing to and from school. His wife ward League, n new organization which is to be used principally in died several years ago, but surviving cars, bread endeavor. On tram pulling the chestnuts. him aro a son, Roy Lally, a travelvans, grocery wagons, on milk carts, Mrs. out of tho fire. There was one sad ing salesman; a daughter, as in the munition shops, they apdisappointment for the opening Nannie Hess; three brothers, Michpeared equally at ease and quite gun of tho Forward League cam- ael, John and William Lally, and a capable of retaining their positions Tho paign. The Democrats did not sister, Mrs. Mary LItzelswope. in tho face 'of male rivalry, which warm up for a minute over tho ap- funeral was held Tuesday morning must of necessity become acute at pearance of Grape-Juic- e Bryan, as from the Cathedral, employes who they realize that Bryan's sole aim had been associated with, him for Mrs. Francis Sliceby Skcf f inyton the termination of hostilities. Tho Confident New British Governd men of miliabsence of in life is to advertise Bryan first, many years serving as pallbearers. Dcclnrcs It on the ment Will Settle Irish tary ago is the outstanding feature last and all the time, knowing that Way. of life In Great Britain. In Ireland CONSUL ARRESTED. Question. advertising will enchanco his value CARRANZA It Is so different. Not even in as a lyceum lecture performer. Inloyal Belfast is there a single enthusing Kentucky ff Juan T. Burns, Carranza Consul of stead woman tram car conductor. Tho Democracy, Bryan's appearance had uonerai at iNew orK, was arrestea Lloyd George's Compromise percentage of Irishmen available for Conscription Impractical and just tho opposite effect. In if act his Wednesday charged with being military service, which previous to presence here was just like flauntin a conspiracy to ship arms Covers Plan to Force ConCould Never Bo Carried tho war was far below that of ing the proverbial red flag in front and ammunitions to Vera Cruz in scription. Great Britain owing to the abThrough. of a bull. That the Forward Club violation of President Wilson's emnormal emigration from Ireland is October, of League was a little pet project of bargo proclamation pernow reversed, and Ireland's machine Is shown 1915. Three Indictments have 'been 4he centage Is far above that of her ,,!sWoy the list of Frankfort people who brought against Burns, it was many of them being learned. Aside from tho alleged Plan of Vcnnl Politicians on neighbor's." vattended, Home Utile Is Now n Matter known as strong Haly adherents or conspiracy to violate tho President's Both Sides of Irish Between Sections of RECEXT DEATHS. either holding offlco when Gen. proclamation, the defendant is acPercy was handing out the pie. Sea. cused also of deceiving tho CusIreland. Sincere sympathy is extended The following are tho Frankfort toms authorities by falsely manipeople who accepted Invitations and festing ammunition shipments as Lawrence Helm, 228 Spring street, attended the opening of the Tho arrest, made by hardware. whose wife, Anna Helm, died Suncampaign for control of Bpeclal agents of the Department of FAMINE CREATED day afternoon. Surviving her are PARLIAMENT TO MAKE LAWS Kentucky Democracy: Judge Jfipnes Justice, is tho outcome of a ' raid ARTIFICIAL four sons, August, Julius, John ind H. Polsgrove, T. M. Jones, Elwgod on tho offices of an importing and Charles Holm, and three daughters, Hamilton, H. V. Mtffchesney, Keene exporting company operated reMiss Lena Heim, Mrs. John Basslnr McGlnnis, J. A. Scott, G. C. Shaw, cently by Mexicans, and of tho arThe "Conscription is scheduled to and Mrs. William Nalley. Sir Horace Plunkett, one of tho M. M. Sjogan, rest of a man named Reuben MIer, Kelly C. Smithers, funoral was held Wednesday mornM. J. Meagher, D. P. Richardson, at Houston, Texas. MIer wa3 for- come into operation in Ireland and ing from St. Joseph's church, at foremost leaders of Irish sentiment Guy H. Variant, N. T. Harrod, R. merly employed at Now York In much sooner than many people extended by many sorrowing friends. and who has tho confidence of Mrs. Frances W. Keenon, Herman Holland, Virgil the Mexican Consulate. Prior to pect," eays widowtof- tho Sheehy section jofIhjpoUtics, Include Skeffington, writer Chajuna.nj,Rjyt BenjaminAndres., coming- - to NewY-orono Miss Mary Donahue closed a well lng Ulster, who recently arrived in "Dunn Moss, George L. Hannen, W. year ago as Consul General for the who was killed by the British in She is now spent Hfo Monday afternoon at the New York, is confident that the new S. Rosson, W. C. Marshall, Paul Carranza Government, Burns was Dublin last spring. Meagher, F. M. Dailey, J. M. Sulli- representative of Gen. Carranza visiting in Now York. "Since the home of her sister, Mrs. Charu's J. British Government will succeed in van and other lesser lights. The and Consul for his uovcrnment at failure of his plan for settling the Dess, 128 North Clay street, leav- bringing the Irish question to a setparty was chaperoned by Beckham Galveston, having been sent there Irish problem last summer, on a ing several brothers and sisters to tlement. Among the several features of the Irish problem which Sir basis," mourn her death. Sin was and Haly. Many of these will now from El Paso shortly after tho partial n o Horace believes she said, has been be found advocating a prohibition present Mexican Government years old and wai active un- solved by proper should and will bo handling are these: for platform in tho Democratic party, a factor in the' affairs of the negotiating with tho Irish party has til her health began to fall several which "A government in Martial law while Gen. Percy will keep in the nation. Ho succeeded as Consul a compromise. months ago. The funeral was held will do away with thoIreland necessity for background making tho balls for General in Now York Dr. Alfredo failed to terrorize or subdue the Wednesday morning from St. John's them to fire. The Intention was Caturogli, now financial representa- Irish peqple, and 'diplomacy' is to church, where she had been for martial law. The adoption of other measures than conscription, confor one of the gentlemen (from tive here of the Carranza Govern- be tried again. Appointment of a many years a devout member. scription In Ireland itself being imCatholic, Sir Bryan Mahon, as com Frankfort to Introduce resolutions ment. practicable. Sacrifice oh the part mander of the forces in Ireland, committing the Democratic party to Tho funeral of Miss Florence M. of tho Irish sections over tho homo was calculated to allovlato public prohibition, 'but this move was sideREQUIEM. d tho rule Issue." Sir Horace has apfeeling, but the Irish people Ig- Thloman, tracked for the time being because nored tho exchange of dictators. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman pealed to Ulster to join at once with of tho cool reception received by Division 1, A. 0. H., hold Its last, Martial law is no less ma'tlal beNationalist Ireland and give homo Bryan and the Forwarders. was year on Thursday of cause administered hy a Catholic. Thleman, from St. held Wednesday rule a trial for five years. Bonlfaco church, Local Republicans aro still in a meeting of the morning "Conscription Is impracticable. I "Now the interned Irish prisoners of which she was a devout' and turmoil over the coming election last week, with President theMark Ryan all y popular member. She had been .ill do not believe it could bo carried and the faction aro icers In tho chair, andfaithful off- are to be released from the present. Tho old holding nightly meetings in tho detention camps, and of a complication of diseases, but through. It would take more solfall Herald offlco trying to agree on a guard, who never over to attend tho Ireland is expected to forget Easter was prepared for tho final sum- diers to attempt to carry It out than meetings and aro active in tho week in a paroxysm of Jubiliatlon mons. slato for the primary, while the she would bo realjzed by the levy. There Besides her parents of of faction are also meeting welfarewere Ancient Orderon Hiber- over the event. Thus is the 'better leaves four brothers and four sis- aro other measures which will be conspicuous this oc- understanding' to be brought about. ters, to whom many tender their more successful. When Irishmen to place a rival ticket in the field. nians, have lost their local point of view Representative Dover, who resides casion tho final meeting. During Tho monstrous injustice of impris- sympathy. and have been afforded an opportuIn tho county, wants to run for tho past year tho officers and mem- oning for months hundreds of men gaugo the importance of Sheriff, and will probably have the bers of Division 1 had In contem- who had no connection with the Mrs. Pauline Herm Wagner, be- nity to backing of Dr. Lewis Ryans, Joe plation the merging with other di- revolution, against whom no charge loved wife of Edward H. Wagner, this struggle unaffected by prejuConkllng and others who are in visions, as has been done in other has yet been made, and who have President of J. F. Wagner's Sons dices of a political nature It will bad standing with the Chilton-Searc- y large cities by various divisions, It never been accorded a trial, is to Company, died Wednesday morning not bo possible to keep them out course combine. It is rumored that being a great saving in expenses be discounted by the magnanimity at her home, 1227 South Sixth of Europe. Homo rule is of release order. street, following a two months' ill- not now a question between Ireland the Chilton-Searcfaction want and a source of much increase in of Maas for Mayor, Herman Monroe funds for charitable purposes. At The prisoners tried and sentenced to ness of a complication of diseases. and England, but one between secThe Ideal of a tions of for Sheriff, Matt Chilton for County tho last meeting tho members, long terms of imprisonment many Mrs. Wagner was a of Attorney, Robert Lucas for Police without a dissenting voice, resolved of them for life will be forced to city and for years nativebeen this united Ireland is not to be abanan doned and I am convinced that had Court Prosecutor, Gus Neurath for to dlscontinuo meetings of Division rot out their lives In Dartmoor and of the Altar Society Police Court Bailiff, Squire Samuels 1 and have each member deposit other penal colonies, herding with active member Bortrand's church, thoso who have held to the ideal with Divisions 3 the lowest and most vicious of of St. Louis will not bo appeased by the gift of for Police Court Judge, and W. C. his transfer card from whore her funoral took place half a Parliament to Owens for County Judge. Ono Re- or 4, according t6 convenience and criminals. Besides yesterday morning. her country. After allowing bills and publican identified with tho Chilton-Searc- y choice. "Under cover of the good feeling by three of tho recent proposal for settlement Is "A machine says that they are complotlng tho business tho meet- thus engendered, negotiations will J husband, she J.,survived W. Oscar sons, Edward and question suggested a not going to bo particular In select- ing adjourned sine die. be reopened in which a sister, Mrs. of the Irish may be Charles H. Wagner; brother, Joseph provisional and wholly Irish systom ing the local ticket and will fill with scheme for conscription Gus Merz, and a of administration formed to carry any old material, with the excepfoisted on a gullible people in ex- Herm, all of this city. on tho business of Irish government tion of the nominees for County change for an attontuated measure mmjiw wii n.Hiwifiwni i.amin tor tho duration of tho war without Commissioner, and for these offices Shorn or of local autonomy. A hush of sorrow overspread the prejudice to whatever solution of are going to make a determined ef150,000 of her 'best men, the last news tho major problem may bo found virile remnant of her people, Ire- entire West End when the sad befort to select leading and repredeath Frank Brotzgo Ulster herself sentative Republican business men land's hopes of national regenera- of the known. ofHis death was sud- possible thereafter. came with tho hope of the latter carrying tion will be forever crushed, her den, duo to heart attack Saturday might solve the problem. It is a our wo need to close time through any scrubs they may select recuperative powers destroyed, her night daugh- ranks. when at Ulster and Ulster alone can for the other offices. civilization banished from tho ter, Mrs. tho homo of his Schork, 2116 Dunearth, her soul bartered for shekels can streot, Peter henco came as a do a servico which the British emAnnouncements are coming thick and forget. Let tho and fast for tho Democratic nominaand her existence as a national shock to his many friends in the pire would neversay that they will entity terminated In common with city. Mr. Brotzgo was born in people of Ulster tions, among them being L'oralno join with tho Nationalist Ireland Mix, who is now officially in the the downfall of her destroyer. Such Tyrol, eighty-tw- o Switzerland, and give homo rule its trial for raco for County Judge and lias reIs the plan of venal politicians on to tho United five years now. it tney ao so xnoy But years ago, but came years ceived pledges of support Bides of the Irish Sea. from both old. For need not fear tho future, for they when many prominent Democratic leadtho young men of Ireland will upset States years sixteen ho was an Iron fin will quicken every generous feeling o many ers. Many of the union molders calculations. al these of Hfo with are soliciting support for Councilwill be forced to show his isher and was popularsurvived his In Ireland and send a pulse empire. by and hopo through the whole workers. He Is man Mike McDemiott for Bailiff of hand, and he is an avowed advocate fellow sons, Charles Brotzge, of. tho Will Ulster lead again? tho Police Court, ho being a memof conscription for Ireland. Whether three "Ulster has given such services ber of that union. Andrew M. Sea force will accomplish tho desired firm of Cunning, iewis & Brotzgo; conis officially In the race for City end is not so much tho question as Frank A. and Antolno Brotzge, and that hers 13 the right to bo busy e Treasurer, while Dolph Schmitt is will have the two daughters, Mrs. Schork and sulted. The Ulster men aro whether Fourteen In aotivo pursuits and it was not Young Mrs. A. M. Schneider. expected to announce foe Tax Rehardihood to attempt it. grandchildren and six groat grand- realized how strong their convicceiver. Pres Ray has already gone" Ireland will have none of It. to extensive advertising because of "The politicians as usual are children survive. The funeral was tions were on tho subject. They St. were not tho kind to waste time from CUarJfls open to compromise. They stand held Tuesday morning from rumored opposition very on a problem until It became of MUHken, while friends of Atorony. Idly by and see the country drained Anthony's church and was practical importance. Now will tho Will McDonough want him to get-i- n' of its food supplies and a condition largely attended. practical grasp that they have of the race. Allen Smith has also sot of artificial famine created which the a hotBMfi for County Assessor and it is hpped will be a potent factor ANOTHER, DOMINICAN COLLEGE affairs induce Ulster to make diffisacrifice to meet tho present will VojEaMy have no opposition. In forcing conscription on our peoRev. D, A. Casey, O. P., for a culty? I believe that If Ulster tried ple. Tho last ounco of food, the Senator. Charley Knight will have KING OF BULGARIA. having man in Ireland, number of years President of homo rule sho would stay in tho no o isolation for last Quickly Joined Germany asking will be commandeered for England's Aquinas College at Columbus, Ohio, rrish Parliament at tho oxplratlon been jTgea advocate not only for went Ms district but a staunch sup for peace. military needs, its resources drained will leave shortly .for Providence, of five years' trial, even if sho laTger porter of the local nayaocjarcy, to the last and the entire nation Ri I., where a new Dominican co- in with a representation no NOVELTY NIGITT. George Barrett In the First ward, sacrificed on tho altar of England's llegeto be known as iprovldenoo than that dumanded by her numeriambition. College is to be erected. Father cal Importance, much less than that greed and Adam Spahn in the Second and Next Wednesday will be known Third, "Billy" Kuh in tho Fourth "The contrast between the two Casey wljl superintend the building required because or ner nnanciai and Fifth, Mazyck O'Brien , In the as "novelty night" at the Knights countries Is Teallv remarkable. In of the new structure and will likely and Industrial importance. "I was convinced that the Sixth and Seventh, Will Perry in of Columbus meeting, which will Great Britain, where I traveled ex-- 4 be appointed Its first President. proposal for settlement of the Eighth and Nlnj&jvWlll all be be in chare of the Intoduction tenslvely during the summer ana Seventeen acres of land have been t, autumn, I ww forcibly struck bv Lrionated by the Bishop of Provi the Irish question by which nd Dr. B. P. while the Committee. candidates for w-were to have home rule Chairman of that commit-ite- and as a feminist greatly inter- dence and the erection of the first friends of Will Dhjurnt promise an Interesting treat ested the, extent to which women building will be hurried as much a at onee would not solve the diffiannounce for Senator In the Whitry-- 1 not diminish the culty, would to the member who attend. have supplanted men in all fields of possible. eighth district, r, Haly-Beckham to Tho Joyous spirit of New Year's was turned into sadness for the AMERICA Wns First to Invito Oblatcs or Mary Into the Mission Field. Centenary Celebration and Dedication of Their House of Studies. Have Faced and Overcome BotlL Material and Spiritual Difficulty. THEY FOUNDED MANY MISSIONS aero-yac- ht Haly-Beckha- m IRISH DRAfT PLUNKETT able-bodie- WERE GOOD. con-corn- ed v Haly-Beckha- m Haly-Beckha- m ev-or- y. certain young real estato man East Breckinridge street was protty near a hero ono night during the holidays. Answering the 'phono about 9 o'clock one ovenlng ho was startled to discover the agonizing voice of a dear young lady friend and neighbor who him to come to her protection at once, as sho believed there were burglars In tho house nnd tho rest of tho family were out. Our hero hastily grabbed a pistol without looking and galloped madly to tho rescue Just llko In a moving picture reel. No traco of burglars were found and after everything, had calmed down it was discovered that the rescuer was armed with a toy water pistol which was given to ono of tho children for a Christmas present and which ho grabbed in his haste without examining. But just llko moving pictures, tho episode turned out who resides on happily. r -- ed - -- ? OLDEST PARISH. home-rule-partltl- sixty-seve- "Lloyd-Georg- bo-ca- twenty-year-ol- Chilton-Searc- disease- -breeding anti-machi- ne y Lloyd-George- 's three-quarte- rs Florida has tho distinction of beof Catholicity ing tho cradle-lan- d on tho North American continent. Tho missionaries sent out by Spain kept pace In their peaceful victories of tho gospel with the extraordinary conquests effected by Spanish amis In tho subjugation of the vast territories of tho Nqw World to tho The crown of Castile and Leon. landing of Ponce do Leon on tho shores of Florida on Low Sunday, April 3, A513, is tho first historically authenticated presence of Europeans In tho territory now comprising tho United States. Probably no religious accompanied him on this expedition. In 1521 an attempt at colonization was made by Ponce, who sailed with a company were of colonists, among whom The probable locasomo priests. colony was tion of this short-live- d Charlotte Harbor on tho west coast tho of Florida; this is therefore spot whore the holy sacrifice was offered up in our country for tho first time. Not till 1565, however, was a permanent colonization effected, when Mcnendez founded St. Augustine, which is thus tho oldest city as well as tho oldest Catholic parish of tho United States. Tho Interval of fifty yeara between Ponco and Monendez exhibits a persistent but fruitless attempt to establish tho cross on tho soil of Florida. Lloyd-George- 's The recent celebration of the centenary of tho Oblates and the dedication of their House of Studies at tho Catholic University, Washington, D. C, attracted much attention. It is worthy of noto that tho first invitation to tho Oblates of Mary Immaculato to labor in tho foreign missions came from America. In 1831 Bishop Dubois, of New York, then In Europe, set forth the pressing needs of the vast territory within his Jurisdiction, and tho general chapter of tho Oblate3 of Mary Immaculate, held in tho same year, lent a favorable ear to the appeal. It was not, however, until ten years later that It was found possible to send the first Oblates into tho foreign missions. Then Canada was the chosen field of labor. In 1841 a community of the Oblates of Mary Immaculato was established In the city of Montreal, and for the past sovonty-flv- o years Oblato missionaries havo carried the oross of Christ and preached tho word of God in every portion of tho vast Dominion of Canada. No tonguo can tell, no pen fittingly describe, the subllmd story of these years of unbroken missionary labors. Tho foundation of parishes, tho preaching of missions and tho evangelization of the native tribes offered the widest scope to zeal and Just sixty years ago tho Oblates turned their eyes toward tho mission fields of what was then the great lono land, that wild north land, the Canadian Northwest. A journey of sixty days on foot and in canoe hrought Father Alexander Tacho, 'thefuturer Artlu bishop of that Inland empire, from Montreal to the Red river, which was only the gateway that opened upon the scene of his subsequent labors. A great nation is building up there, a fertile soil is feeding half tho world, civil government Is established in unsurpassed perfection, a young church is exulting like a giant In the consciousness of its Btrength and the glory of Its future promise. Well, God, and God alone, can know and fittingly reward tho work which the Oblato missionaries have done and aro doing for the development of civilization and the spread of the faith in thoso immense regions. They have faced and havo overcome every difficulty, material Hunger and thirst, and spiritual. frost and snow, tho surging river, the endless prairie, tho mountain range whoso summit seemed to reach the sky, physical torture, stony Indifference, mean Ingratitude these and numerous other both In tho temporal and spiritual order, stood acros tho path of tho pioneer Oblate. But ho tarried not, nor faltered; thirst for souls burned him up, zeal for the glory of God's kingdom consumed him, and no page In tho history of tho church Is more full of thrilling Inspiration than the simple story of how these men of God, giving up home and friends and kindred, laid deep and lasting the foundations of the Catholic church in Manitoba, Alberta, British Saskatchewan, Columbia and tbe yet unorganized territories extending to tho Arctic Circle. The Jives of saints havo been lived there, and only tho great day will reveal In tho tr'als of their existence the triumphs of their reward. self-denies, Lloyd-Georg- Lloyd-Georg- f -- 3s k liest missionary labors of the Oblato fathers in tho United States, and from the year 1849, when the Qr3t Oblate missionaries began their labors at Brownsville, up to tho present moment when well nigh a hundred members of this com munity are laboring in that vast State, their work forms no mean part of tho history of" Catholicity iu that portion of tho Lord's vmoyara. ago thoy founded A some of tho earlier missions in tho States of Oregon and Washington. Thoy havo since assumed spiritual responsibility in many of tho most ulnvltlng sections of Wisconsin, and Nebraska; their Minnesota work In Massachusetts nnd New Vork is writ so large that ho who runs may read, while throughout the whole country they aro known as most zealous and successful preachers of missions. half-century Texas was the scene of tho ear- to see the war ended. SULTAN OF TURKEY. Monarch anxious for some time SOME QUICK WORK. able-bodi- ed Lloyd-George- 's Lloyd-Geor- ge The men of St, Teresa parish, being conCovedale, Ohio, are gratulated on the completion of their new church In twenty-on- e days, the Vulldlng having been constructed br a corps of 200 volun tor. PMt; and fifty .devoted to men, worked Mr-clllte- twenty-8lxoount- le 4.l e, teer works's under the supervision ot Rev. JoSnph B. Mueller, the pas- - Vf c one day next, Sunday being anning and inpectlon.anufacturefB. tra(iG, y ENTERTAIN SALESSIEN. The salesmen of the Louisvillo Varnish Company woro entertained at dlnnor at tne Tyler Hotel Wednesday night ana later at a (heater party at Macauloy's. The dinner followed business sessions at the company's plant, at Fourteenth and Maple streets, where the annual meeting began the first of tho week and lasted several days. Thursday night the salesmen wereguests of President P. H. Callahan. at a banquet at tho PendenmJgClur ararngea oy Tne entertainroeat-TwaJoseph ,Ar Fueglein, in charge oC the lobbing and dealers' trade, and X.F. McGuire, in charge ot tn - s jKisroarTJOKTr KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. KVBRY SATURDAY. .IsTstta1 to tite Seeial mo Mars Aarsacesttacat H kit AamktM and MMki HHew1n, Mai OMetatty ImiewU by AastMt Gd IuttaUa sad Cstaettc Kalftft of Ameriea. PUBLISHED iish ajmoeiei.tcajs:. THE SOUTH'S HIGHEST CLASS DEPARTMENT STORE INCORPORATED Yc KENTUCKY IHIttH AMEWrOAN PWtNTrNQ CO., iBconrated, Publishers SINGLE COPYfC 4.B8CR1PT10N PRICK, Nfl DOLLAR PER YEAR aMrtMsH eeend-qa- e flatter. Bnteres at ese UsjerWe Pyfljf l Wat Or OtaBMUaMeu to tks MKTWX7 HWK AWOKHN-2- WE GIVE AND REDEEM GOLD STAMPS. gm re St. THE WHITE SALE OF- - fI8VILLE, KY ....SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1917. NEED YOUR HELP. Every man la Loulsvlllo should render Mayor Buscshemoyer, James McDonald B. Brown and Donald every assistance possible In their endeavor to secure the location here of the proposed $11,000,000 armor plate plant. This great industry would bo of Immense benefit to this city, which Is equipped to meet all requirements. Thereforo help all you can. TROUBLE FOR, FLORIDA. The ReY. Sidney J. Catts, Baptist minister, who camo to Florida four years ago, was on Tuesday Inaugurated Governor at Tallahasso. In his address he pledged himself to State-wid- e prohibition and urged passage of a law providing for the of parochial police Inspection schools, convents and nunneries. Her troubles have Poor Florida! surely begun troubles that will bring the State into disrepute and Inflict Incalculable harm. SPURN PEACE. As long as the Entento Allies believe that thoy can wear out Germany they will not consider peace ON DADDY'S LAP. terms. That they still are confident When the shades of night' have that they can win in the end is fallen, of Czar THOMAS LYNCH, shown by the declaration When the sun has gone to sleep, Nicholas that Germany wants peace President Division 4, A. O. H. And the stars like diamonds brilbecause sho fears that sho can hold liant From tho blue begin to peep, out only for a short tlmo. This the latter part of this month at St. In my favorite chair I'm seated; may be true and It may not. To an Louis Bertrand's church, of which gentle tap, On tho door a both are popular members and outsider It appears that Germany And dear voices break the silence, havo always taken a leading part can now hold out longer than her "Want to sit on daddy's lap!" In parish work. enemies. But that does not affect Lou- So I lay aside my paper, The estimated population of Miss Willie O'Connell, East Court the question of peace which the to scan it o'er, Though avenue, Jeffersonvllle, had as holiAllies believe they can dictate isville, according to figures given And a lad I'd like either shoulder 'gainst day guests her cousins, Misses Helthe Census, At any rate, out hy the Directorwhen they choose. Asks a story "Just one more." en and Thelma McCann, of Is 238,910, a gain for 191'G of about "Orphant Annie," they do not want peace now. Then I tell them 1,900. Covington, Lexington, NewBears," "Doodle Bug," "Three port, Paducah and Owensboro aro mayhap, UNSATISFACTORY. Miss Anna M. Schmld, of JefferTill tho place is filled with laughter, sonvllle, and Dennis Edward Shea, Kentucky's next largest cities. When they sit on daddy's lap. of this city, will bo married next 9-with the True All must agree Full Bleached Pepperell Sheeting Special, per yard 28c Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock at PAPERS NEEDED. carrying on negotiations Voice that 9-- 4 Unbleached Pepperell Sheeting. Special, per yard Then wo drift to Bible stories, 26c St. Anthony's church. with Carranza seems to get us noOf tho Christ, tho spotless One. h Bleached Pepperell Pillowcasing'. Special, per yard. . . . 15c That Catholic literature is really Eyes aro closed, the lips are silent, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shannon where in adjusting the Mexican necessary to the Catholic people of And my gladsome task Is done, and Mrs. Michael Ryan returned at email towns is evidenced by tho muddle. The administration Nod they've jour- Saturday land from Frankfort, where Washington Is still patiently wait- many letters that como to tho Cath- To theneyed. of they were called to attend the nap: pleasure of tho "de olic Church Extension Society from ing on the 'Tis no fitful, restless funeral of Mrs. Dan Callahan. missionaries In charge of outlying HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT DAN J. HENNESSY facto' incorrigible, who must be districts of the country requesting For tho night they're safely anchored local council of the Knights The laughing up his sleevo at "gringo" the Extension Society to securo litFall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. Fast asleep on daddy's lap. of Columbus will entertain with a credulity. While the time limit set erature for distribution among their dance at tho club house next Monparishioners. Rarely if ever in firelight, for the approval of tho protocol somo admission being rerural districts can you find And I sit here, in tho future years, day evening, members and n Dreaming dreams of drawn by tho stricted to their paper or book of any a Catholic no longer ladles only. Commission has expired, Washing- description. ThlB Is due no doubt Of my babies such tears, Till my eyes are wet with ton is still hoping that Carranza to tho fact that In most cases these And a prayer ascends to heaven; Walter M. HIggins, of Mobile, Refusal to pooplo 'are just about making a "Father, bless each little chap, como to terms. wil was here this week for the annual living and do not feel as though Keep accept tho terms of the agreement they can oven spare tho small him pure, as at this moment, meeting of the Louisville Varnish UPSTAIRS STORE. 425 W. Jefferson Slrcel Company salesmen and visited his troops amount that it costs to subscribe Safe at rest on daddy's lap." under which American Unidentified. parents, Mr. and Mrs. William M. would bo withdrawn from Chihua to some good Catholic paper. WithHIggins. He was accompanied by jW)&ViajP HHVVmmUVWMMUUtHHUUWMHVMHVWVMMUtMM hua means tho closing of negotia out Catholic reading matter and Q3SX8X883XK8XXS33X33KK8?2 his little son Walter. a with mass perhaps but once through the Joint commission month, is there any wonder tions All the late ind sew btv sandShapu that X, Dr. Edmund J. Ritter and bride, aable pries be found obi at for adjustment of tho questions at those people aro often not as dewho was Miss Agnes M. Flynn, will issue between tho United States vout Catholics as they should be? return tomorrow from their wedof and tho de facto government of Donations for tho purchase That time comes for every man. The only way to preding trip and bo at home at 232 SOCIETY DIRECTORY Catholic papers and literature will Mexico. What effect the new situa- bo gratefully received by tho Cathstreet. Their South Twenty-fift- h pare for it is to save something out of what you earn and put Miss Columbia Curran spent New marriage was solemnized at Holy tion then presented would have on olic Church Extension Society, 760 it in a savinga account at interest. tho policy of tho United States is McCormlck building, Chicago, 111. Year's with relatives at Bardstown. Cross church, Rev. Father Brey performing tho ceremony, i A. 0. H. 8AVB FOR A 1IOME-SA- VE not known, but It is likely that any Miss Sallio Popo spent the ENGLAND'S BLUNDER. FOR OLD AGE-SA- VE move will be made through Mrs. William week with further Miss Lillian Reagan was hostess DIVISION 3. AND INVEST-SA- VE at Springfield. tho usual channels and not by the at a very enjoyable holiday party First and third Friday, Hibernian FOR A. BUSINESS OPENING- -s The following letter to the New at her home, which was artistically commission, which for more than York World pretty aptly sizes up SAVE FOR INDEPENDENCE. 0 Home, Portland. Miss Adele Dorsey was tho holiThe the three months attempted to effect an the present feeling between England day guest of her sister, Mrs. W. T. decorated forMisses occasion. GardPresident Lawrence J. Mackey. We pay 3 per cent, on savings and help you in your investmtnts. guests were Elizabeth and Ireland and Its people and Beam, at Springfield. Vice President amicable setlement. It may be that descendants wherever thoy may bo: John J. Riley. ner, Aleen Grunewald, Helen Dugan, Secretary John J. Financial Pershing's force will bo recalled to ' Your editorial "Too Late," reAnna Laura Gregory, Belle Barnes & Mrs. T. M. Carr had as her guest Ficher, Elizabeth McPhle, Helen Broderick, 1850 Portland avenue. this side of the border without even ferring to the release of Irish Recording Secretary Matthew her sister, Miss Grunewald, Catherine Broderick and agreement. We political prisoners by England, is for Christmas week of Bardstown. the formality of an O'Brien. Elizabeth Wilson, COLUMBIA BUILDING. FOURTH AND MAIN. Evelyn Rosselle. will then bo In precisely tho same ,the truth. But It is another Treasurer Daniel Dougherty. many English blunder of tho Capital and Surplus. $2,750,000. Sergeant-at-Arm- s sons, M. Kalaher. Mrs. Joseph Voigt and two position we wore in a year ago, ex- blunders in Ireland. Suppose that entertained Mrs. Sallle Curley Sentinel Thomas Noon. cept that the Villa bandit force has thirty, twenty, ton or five years ago of Jeffersonvlllo, have been spend- with a very enjoyable watch party WWMWMMMMWVVtMMlVHMVWWMMMWVMVWVtV, grown much moro formidable In England had given to Ireland a full ing somo tlmo in Lafayette, Ihd. on New 'Year's eve at her home, DIVISION 4. 2121 Bank street. Thoso present is that time, and as Villa has in measure of Corns, Bunions and Callouses Removed Without Paia Coleman there any person who believes that Cilncs were McDevltttho and J. P. were' Misses Elsie Popp, Katie Car- - Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, among Ingrown and Abnormal Treated. Loulsvlllians raro, Eva Ridge, Katie Ropetto, creased In power bandit Carranza England's present position in this Bortrand Hall, Sixth Street. o has decreased. But wo aro still war would bo as It is now? Ire- sojourning this week at West Nellie McCue, Agnes Hallahan, President John H.Hennessy. Springs. and Edna Cuneo; Messrs. Vice President Thomas Lynch. tied to the latter bandit. It is re- land would have been tho first col- Baden Charley Jenkins, Klrwan Batman, ony to send half a million men to Financial Secretary Thomas J. ported from Washington that rep Lee Nally. tho front. The Irish throughout have returnedand wife and children J. T. Miller, James M. Curley; Langan. from Bardstown, aft- Messrs. and Mesdames. John Mann, resentatives or tms uovernment tho world would be with England Recording Secretary James J. INSTRUMENTS STERILIZED McTlgho. rho aro most familiar wth the re- - in this fight, for in doing so they er a holiday visit with Mr. and Mrs. John Cuneo, John Morris. 500.7 Starks Bmildinft Both Phones 1120 Thornton Nally. Connelly. Treasurer Pat ;ent conferences with Carranza rep- - would bo preserving their indeSentinel M. J. McDermott. Mr. and Mrs. James Glllooly entotally disgusted pendence by preserving England's. senetatlves aro Sergeant-at-Arm- s Miss Sue Goerlng and Leonard tertained with a delightful Edward Byrne. Now As Castlereagh said; "England fih Carranza and tho men whom fire the last shot in tho last will Goering spent tho holidays with Year's party, when dancing and gun pe sent to represent his cause. They before Ireland Is free." It looks their grandparents and other rel- dainty refreshments were enjoyed Y. M. I. until midnight. Their guests were feel that it is virtually useless to very much as If ho were a true atives at Hawesville.' FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. Misses Dena and Mario Doerr, Eva MACKIN COUNCIL, 205. 'continue discussions of tho situa- prophet. Spaulding has Ridge, Nannie and Nellie McCue, Miss Catherine Meets Monday Evenings at Club FREE SERVICE. tion because neither Carranza nor been spending the holidays at Now Agnes Hallahan, Agnes Reckten-walHouse, 344 North Twenty-sixtECLIPSES. Haven, tho guest of her aunt, Mrs. representatives can speak for Loraino and Edna Cuneo; his President S. O. Hubbuch. and John Messrs. Frank, Tony M. F. more than a handful of grafting Thero will bov four eclipses of William H. Greenwell. First Vice President Pezello; Messrs. and Mesdames generals and professional patriots the sun and three of the moon 1101-0- 3 Kavanagh received Doerr, T. J. McGuiro, Oscar Brown, Schaad. EAST BROADWAY. Mrs. J. J. visible Second whoso principal concern is to fill greatest in the United States, the most delightfully many of her J. T. Cuneo, J. Mann,. Martin J. Scheckler. Vice President R. L. possible in a single number their own coffers at the expense of year, in 1917, according to a mem- friends on Now Year's day at her McCue, Sallle Curley, J. Financial Secretary, F. G. Adams. Uom., city aioi Cum!.. South OGG-- T Owens-Hil- l. G. Secretary W. the peons. Recording orandum issued by the Naval Ob apartmpnt In the servatory. The last year dn which Buckle. Raymond Dohorty, of Detroit, A most delightful linen shower seven eclipses camti was early in Treasurer1 G. J. Thornton. & was home to spend the holidays and watch party was given by Miss WEAKNESS NOT APPARENT. tho lost century, and tho next will Marshal Theo. Buckle. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mae Kerr at her home on St. CathOn January 8 there with be in 1935. INCORPORATED. Inside Sentinel James Radlgan. erine street in honor of Miss Mary By their approval of President will bo a total eclipse of tho moon James Doherty, In Jeffersonvlllo. Outside Sentinel H. Pfeicer. marriage to A. Korlns, whose Wilson's peace circular tho Central by the earth's shadow, visible Jellico Coal. W. T. White and hride, who was James D. BresUn will take place on throughout the States, be Powers have put the responsibility ginning at 12:50 United and ending Miss Mary Ruth Glenn, havo re- January 9. The guests were. Misses dames J. T. Greely, M. J. O'Laugh-Ha. m. G. B. Blandford, "W. J. Burke, for prolonging the war squarely on at 4:30 a. m., Eastern Standard turned from their bridal tocr and Mary A. Kerins, Mary Ross,' Alma Office and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue the 'Allles.iC In do- time. Between 2 and 3:29 a. m., are at homo at 2901 Third avenue. Zettle, B. Woolfin, B. Cleary, Helen J. T. Korlns, H. J. Kerr and Mrs. the shoulders of Irene S. Aud. Zettle, Catherine McCarty, ling so the Teutons have also put on Eastern time, the eclipse will be Catherine COVINGTON. It 7 out tojs sa Sncatton tfeat will - The engagement of Miss Marcella Ross, Ethel Greely, prepare t&im for lit. CATHOLIC. 'the President the duty of bringing total. Bornwasaor and George J. WIedemer Kerins, Margaret Rose, Estelle Ker- SHNISTER BECOMES Kerr; Among What .pressure he can bear on the tho notablo Improve- ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE has been announced, hut the date ins, Virginia Kerins, Mae A. T. JUSTICE M'KENNA. A. G. A. Buxton, rector ments at past 'allied governments to make tneir for their marriage has not yet been Messrs. James D. Breslln, H. E. nt The Rev. st. Paul's EnlscoDal church. year wereCovington during the 112 W. Broadway, XolrrlU, X7. Kettle, H. King, J. North, the repairs and alteraAllies are de is .reported that Associate set. ositlon clear. The It his Council Bluffs, has resigned Blandford, A. Head, James Bender, Conducted by the USH.ICH 1.110 tions at the Mother of Ood church, Classical, Soleatlflo Xaverlaa Brother. JMtfVtfllllH. UlUllICUiO Ul eding that the Teutons name the will join the Carmelite costing $26,000, and the new and Budaeaa was, The first bans announcing the John. Treseler, T. J. Mitchell, I. charge andDr. Preparatory Des&rtmeat, Lars' in " Court, is soon to resign. He Kerr, Bernard Carrico, "William terair and tfrtsM-40J5- siKnNtfTetl appointed by President McKlnley. engagement ofTT.Miss "Mary J. Burp? Clouter, Raymond J.Zettle, Bernard Fathers. Tinffor Buxton has the from tower erected on &t Joseph's Courses, Feel. Well Bqulepeo, Clysea-JaSwlmmiBr nr of PhiloBoohv MiMltt AS.VS been ir.mlRRlnn ia do this a. Terms Moderate, Bre. James, Otr. The man most likely to auAMAri on I HonrfTA City College, Grove City, Pa. church. read, tb marriage to take place O'Connor, and Messrs and MM- - Grove On the other h him 1 Senator walsta; tonic weakness. All-line32-in- ch 0-- had the Central Powers set forth tho terms which would bo acceptable to them, they would be accused of trying to take advantage of a temporary situation favorable to them to dictate to Europe and ,tho world. Tho Central Powers can, however, afford to let tho Allies draw what conclusions they please from their approval of the President's peace move. On the western front the German line Temains unbroken. Tho great drives of England and Franco have failed to accomplish anything. In tho Trentino tho Austrlans have held their own, and tho Bulgars have effectually checked the Serbs and the allied armies from the Salonika base. On the eastern front Rumania has been conquered and German and Austrian guns are hammering at tho gates of Bessarabia. The Turks have driven tho Russians to the Caucasus and defeated the English in Mesopotamia, and are now preparing a huge army to invade Egypt. This is tho Where the situation at present. Allies can see any weakness here As a matter of is not apparent. fact, tho Allies hoped that the suc cesses of tho Central Powers would Induco them to play tho role of dictators, in which case It was expected that the United States would bo induced to take a hand In the war In an effort to curb Teutonic pretensions and rcstoro the balance of power. The Teutons did not fall into the trap; henco it is now up to tho President to seo that the Allies will put no undue obstacles In the way of peace. Linens, Towels, Piece Goods, Muslins, Etc. Featuring Attractive Possibilities for Saving on Needed Household Requisites. The Opportunities Augur Favorably for Laying in Liberal Supplies. 72-inAll-line- five- - ly finished; 72-ln- ch floral designs. per yard, $1.15. All-line- Table Damask in choice ot Good, firm quality, exquisiteregular $1.60. White Salo price, n WHERE BURDENS ARE HEAVY. COMING EVENTS. nue, evening only. January 18 Euchre and lotto by Ladles' Social Club of St. Leo's church, in St. Leo's Hall, Highland Park, evening only. January 19 Euchro and lotto, afternoon and evening, by St. Louis Bortrand Church Debt and Building Fund in Bertrand Hall. January 24 Euchre and lotto for Visitation Home at Tyler Hotel. 1 Ladles' Sowing January Society annual charity euchro and lotto for St. Anthony's Hospital, Phoenix Hill Hall, afternoon and evening. 30-3- January 10 Complimentary lotto by Branch 2, C. K. and L. of A., at Hibernian Hall, 1818 Portland ave- LEiC HHk Willie '"'HbbbH H - n Double Satin Damask In a variety offour floral patterns. Extra fine qualities; specially priced in the White Sale, por yard, $2.25. Pattern Tablecloths; all linen. An unusual including an extensive ran go of collcgtion, artistic patterns for selection. All sizes from to 90x144 Inches. Specially priced, each, from $4.50 gradually upward to $20. Napkins to match theso cloths aro to bo had at special prices from $4.00 to $10.00 per dozen. Napkins, entirely ready for Hemmed size. table service. Beautiful quality In Price, per dozen, $4.00. Huck Towel; hemmed and laundered; ready Price, per dozen, for use. Size 17x34 inches. $1.25. Napkins; good quality; Hemmed price, per dozen, $3.25. Crash Toweling; blue or red Whito Sale price, per bordered; 25c grade. yard, 17c. Ready-mad- e n attractively Sheets; hemstitched and scalloped: Size 72x90 Inches, per pair . . .$12.50 Size 90x90 inches, per pair ...$14.50 n Pillowcases, splendidly hemmed and hemstitched: Size 20x36 in., pair. $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 Size 22x36 in., pair. $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 Linen Tray Covers; size 17x23 inches; attractively hemmed and hemstitched; priced, each 50c Full Blenched Pcpnerell Sheeting. Special, per yard 28c. 0Unbleached Pcpperell Sheeting. Special, per yard 20c. Bleached Feppcrell Pillowcoslng. Special, per yard, 15c d Dwlght Anchor Sheets; specially priced; particular attention is directed to tho sizes: 8 1x9 9 inch, special, each $1.10 90x99-lncspecial, each $1.25 Pillowcases, special, each .20c 81x99-lncspecial, each $1.25 90x99-incspecial, each $1.35 Pillowcases, each 25c 72x72-inches All-lin- en 22-in- ch All-lin- en Huck Towels; extra quality in floral designs; attractively hemmed and hemstitched; regularly 45c. White Salo price, each, 35c. Novelty Colored Bath Towels; in pink, blue and green effects. Size 20x40 inches; regular 60c quality. Extra special in tho Whito Sale, each, 45c. Terry Cloth Bath Towels; extra heavy quality; finished with colored borders; standard 25c grade. Whito Salo price, 21c. Union Linen Huck Towels; in 18x36-inc- h size. Finished with hem. Priced, each 25c. Damask Bedspreads; 13-- 4 size; hemmed ready for use. Very special offering, eaoh, $3.75. " Hemmed Crocheted Bedspreads of extra olzo and quality. Special offering, each, $2.75. Japanese Nainsook, soft but firm, even texture; comes in pieces; usually $3.50. Special White Sale price, per piece, $3.00. Checked Mull; soft finish; specially desirable for pajamas and all kinds of underwear; width; usually 20c. Whito Sale price, per yard, All-lin- en 10-ya- rd 36-in- ch 18-in- All-lin- en All-line- 4 -4 42-ln-ch Ready-hemme- -- h, 42-in- h, h, 45-in- ch $2.00. F. F. F. Longcloth; 12 yards to tho piece for $2.25. English Nainsook; very line quality; exquisitely soft and sheer. Comes in lengths; usually $5.50. White Salo price for piece, $4.50. Checked Dimity; dainty quality; appropriate for underwear and much in demand for children's dresses. Very special quality at, per yard, 15c. French Nainsook; 48 inhces wide; fine sheer quality; finished with a brilliant sheen. Very special, per yard, 35c. Whito Lawn; extra quality; specially purchased for this salo and offered at a very special price, per yard, 15c. Linoflox, width. Tho new cotton weave that looks like linen, wears like linen, but does not muss like linen. Many women find It oven superior to linen for blouses and dresses; priced, per yard, 25c. Egyptian Nainsook; very flneBt quality; length; specially priced at Linen Cambric; fine quality; beautifully Very special, per yard, 85c. . finished. 36-ln- ch 12-ya- rd 40-ln- ch 38-ln- ch 12-ya- rd 40-ln- 15c. D. D. D. Longcloth, 12 yards to tho piece for 4 42-inc- Mexican-America- Hennessy Axman POPULAR PRICE TAILORS SOCIETY. ta (' NO MORE PAY DAYS! 1818-182- FIDELITY COLUMBIA TRUST CO. . Lor-aln- Dr Uriah L Litsey, Chiropodist AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES d, h. FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. LANNING COAL CO. DOUGHERTY n, Best Quality Pittsburg and .1 -- f ee f $6,-0- 00 de-vV- aa m. jsceotxjojky nisix AAftteicxajs? RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. T GEN. LOGAN'S WIDOW. '.n fc, A Sewing Machine For Christmas J Sell the Best. See Mo. JOHN Phone M. C. 542 Bast Jefferson St. 926-- DORSEY. TUCK PEOPLES PROVTSEZTT ASSOCIATION Incorporated. n citizen was organized by to make LOANS on furniture and other personal .propwell-know- S. LOWEST RATES. Coleman Blag., E. Cor. Third and Jeffsrson. Both Phones, 2886. erty at im Homo Phone City 9532-- J CHIMNEY REPAIRING ESTABLISHED 1803 . POINTING WM. H. SMART PLASTERING AND BRICKWORK 633 EAST CHESTNUT ST. Louis A. Broring, HomB Phoie 2556 D. D. S. W, Market St mm mm iwwr- t ti m t ir rr tiiti rt fc r ir - 430 AMERICAN ELEVATORS MADE IN LOUISVILLE AMERICAN ELEVATOR MACHINE CO. BY & ENGRAVERS WMLICH ENGRAVING COMPANY ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELBCTROTYPERS W. Mala St., Louisville, Ky Home Phone City 6674 1H"H-M-M-M.frfrH"WW- W JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO.. Headquarters for SLICED BACON REMAINS OF A CHURCH. OUT AND FARM PROPERTY. The present condition of the Church of Notre Damo de Brebiers AH Ready for Your Griddle la tho See us about anything In real at Albert, Franco. The statue of the Virgin holding the infant Jesus Morning" hangs (from tho top almost at right angles. estate. We sell, buy and rent. HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. town, ?500. MAOKIN COUNCIL. Tho residue is to be (Incorporated.) Home Phone City 4464. equitably distributed among her Mackln Council, Y. M. I will legal heirs in proportion to their Residence Phone, Pewee Valley SEE POOLEY start tho now year with a big meet- right. Phone, City 3180. ing Monday night, when President CONFIDENTIAL FOR MONEY Sob. Hubbuch will deliver his mesNEW ALBANY. RELIABLE JOS. DALY sage and plans for his administraP. R. POOLEY Division 1, A. O. II., of New Altion and work for the next twelve CONTRACTING PAINTER Building Room 1, Courier-Journmonths will be outlined. Interest bany, at Its last meeting elected ofnext two 415 Fourth Street 420 West Green Street, Louisville, Ky. will be added by tho installation of ficers to serve for tho years, with the Rev. Dean Curran the following officers: President S. O. Hubbuch. and Rev. Father George Scheidelen THOS. J. BRODERIOE WM. ISGRIGG First Vico 'President William es Chaplains. Tho Floyd County A. Link. Board officers are Richard Flomlng, PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR Seery, Second Vice President Raymond iPresident; Nicholas Vice E. Schott. President; John J. Coyle, Secretary, 4392-- J 4105 Henry Street Home Phone City Financial Secretary William G. and Thomas Skelly, Treasurer. The Division officers elected aro Daniel Buckel. Home Phone, Shawnee 1383-1000 Zane Street Recording Secretary President; Robert Walsh, Sr., Patrick O'Connor, Vice President; Thomas Morris. Home Phone Shawnee 803 Tighe, Financial Secretary; John J. Treasurer George J. Thornton. THE PHIL. HOLLENBA0H 00. Coyle, Recording Secretary; John Marshal Joseph Hohman. HENRY GOSS INCORPORATED r. McBarrOn, Treasurer; Edward Inside Sentinel Morris SOOriNO, GUTTERING, SPOUTING Distillers Of Sergeant-at-ArmDaniel Tin Roofs Repaired and Fainted OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH Outside Sentinel James Hill. Carrick, Sr., Doorkeeper; James "HOLLENBAOH" PURE RYE Executlvo Committee John J. Thomas, Marshal. ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY LouisrUIe, Ky. Lynn, August Hoertz, George SOU West Broadway, Louisville, Xy. 528 W. Main St. COMIC OPERA. Fred Herp, Robert Scheckler. All the officers will submit com3D. COA33Y plete reports, covering all tho The comic opera "Pinafore," Co. transactions and work of the year given by St. Martin's Sodality Club Soccmcr U The Great American just ended. the latter part of November, proved to be such a success that the club TAYLOR & WILLIAMS has decided to repeat it for the RECEIVER. INCORPORATED. benefit of St. Martin's church on 631 West Walnut. Sunday night, January 14. It will LOUISVILLE, KY. James O'Connor was Home Phone Citv 7662 Receiver of the Jefferson Circuit be presented at St. Martin's Hall, Court on Tuesday for a term of Shelby and Gray, ind will Include four years, and ho is busy receiv- a splendid cast. ing tho congratulations of his friends. "Jimmy," as he is known CONCORDIA SINGING SOCIETY. to all, is one of the most popular The Concordia Singing Society, figures in local politics, and pos sesses a virtue rarely seen in the one of the pioneer musical organpolitical arena that of modesty. izations of this country, will cele1227 WEST MARKET STREET, The Kentucky Irish American would brate its diamond jubilee at tho gladly publish his photo in honor Tyler Hotel on January 23. The of his but "Jimmy" re Concordia has an enviable record, fused to produce a likeness or even having taken part in tho principal religious and civic ovents In Louistip us off where to locate one. ville since its organization. "SOUTHERN STAR" 21-- J. in a Kentucky convent. This convent, known to every Kcntucklan, whether Catholic or Protestant, Is that of St. Vincent's, Union county, and is one 2 of the historic and ideal spots of a Stato universally praised for its pastoral and picturesque beauty. The grounds comprise somo six hundred acres. Tho drive, a magnificent sweep of road from gato to tho Is overshadowed by giant oaks. Calm dignity, coolness and southern gracious hospitality are all combined in the effect upon a visitor to this academy. Across the road from the school is tho Church of tho Sacred Heart, whore many historic priests havo t knelt before the altar that shows the stains of time. In tho convent the girls .from many of Kentucky's most famous families havo been taught tho lovo of books, muslo and how to best use tho social graco that so many of St. Vin- S cent's graduates have been ifamous for when they have passed from J school to homes of their own, and nowhoro else wilLyou find tho practical Catholic so devout, yet so Z gracefully- unconscious of the world 9 during tho devotions and so graciously aware of it when dealing with somo social function. Among the names of great families known In tills school, tho one of Spalding Is Justly treasured. Seldom has a 2 term passed since its foundation without tho school having .some member of tho Spalding family in it, says Salllo M. O'Malloy in tho Syracuse Sun. College told of her life porte-cochere, an-cio- tion In the convention of Catholic Alumnao Mrs. John A. Logan was a notablo figure, and in a conversa OCt44.fCa),: w wt, at a luncheon at the Sisters' m.,. uni. -- -j ... c auu ivcuccui surety coupons. ' rj Women's General Wear. House 'Dresses and Negligees " i nt I J j - House Dresses; made of good quality gingham and cham- - XJ bray, in light and dark checks, stripes and plain colors: pretty, neat models in sizes 36 to 46; worth $1.25; salo T price, each 89c Flannelette Kimonos; made of good quality flannelette in light and dark patterns; they are cut full and have deep flounce ; all lengths; a 59c quality for 39c Wool Knit Petticoats; in light and dark colors with borders; they arc full-cu- t and como in good lengths; worth $1.50; specially priced at 98c $, Flannelette Kimonos; beautiful Persian patterns in light or dark colors; made in full or empire style; sizes 34 to 46; a $2.00 quality, specially priced at $1.39 $ t fa. AsAAe) SOME 1017 DATES. DINNER INCOMPLETE I WITHOUT L. February 2, Candlemas; 21, Ash Wednesday; March 17, St. Patrick's day; March 19, St. Joseph's day; 25, Passion Sunday and Annunciation of Our Lady; April 1, Palm 5, Holy Thursday; Sunday: 6, Good Friday; 7, Holy Saturday; 8, Easter Sunday; May 17, Ascension Thursday; 27, Pentecost Sunday; Juno 3, Trinity Sunday; 10, Corpus Christ!; 15, Feast of tho Sacred Heart; October 7, Holy Rosary Sunday; December 2, Advent Sunday. MOTHER F. F. X. L. BEER I NONE PURER NONE BETTER DREXEL. But-tlme- Cav-anaug- h, s; Sim-onl- s, LOUIS YELLOWSTONE Ktnstdy-Ciit- y Men's Furnishings WHISKEY Mother Katherino Drexel, tho most widely ' known and honored Catholic lady, religious and, convert in tho church in this country, ds year and now in her m her thirtieth as a religious, but in appearance looks many years younger. Through her about 1G0 schools for negroes have been estab lished, attended by about 11,000 fifty-seventh i Prompt "Delivery Service?" CALL NO. 467 SureJ EITHER PHONE, tAtAAAJA0AAX IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE pupils. ed FINE .MONASTERY SITE. Fifty-eight- OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER: D'OUGHERTY Funeral & McELLIOTT and Embalmers il'i !!-W"iM"M''HM- The Passionlst Order has secured SATISFIES THAT LONGING. h a new tract of land; on street, mile north of the Urbandale car line, Des Moines, Iowa. In tho near future It is expected that arrangements will bo INCORPORATED made for tho erection of a monas- PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE, KY tery and seminary which will cost in the neighborhood of $100,000. one-ha- lf JOHN F. OERTEL CO. A Case of Good Judgment. Directors BOTH WOMEN VOTE MERE. 10,-00- Order a Case f IPHCOJVISSS. HOLY ROSARY ACADEMY. LEAVES Albany NEW ALBANY. Cumb. Mbin 299S-- a Homo City 299S Zi HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971-- y J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. kMUVMMMHMHHUUUMUUUVmVWmUMMMMUHtUHM f I An addition to Holy Rosary Academy, Fourth street and Park avenue, will be erected ia the near future, plans having been submitted to Building Inspector W. J, O'Sullivan. Tho building will be two stories and will cost $25,000. Besides class ,rooms nn. auditorium. 50x80 feet, will be provided. The dimensions of the building will bo 53x122 feet. ST. PATRICK'S. Tho first euchre and lotto of tlfe series of 1917 will be given by the directors and collectors of St. Patrick's Building Association in the old school (hall. Thirteenth and Market streets, on Monday evening, January 8, at 8 o'clock. The high standard of excellence which has been noted in all the entertainments given by St. Patrick's people in the past will be mantalned, and everybody is invited to an evening of pleasure and profit. VICTORY FOR KENNEDY. John Riley, well known in New and Southern Indiana, left Wednesday for Day.ton, Ohio, where he will take a position in the mechanical engineering department of that city. SENIOR BISHOP. The recent consistory In Rome has drawn attention to the fact that Cardinal Gibbons is now the senior Bishop of the whole Catholic S22 Bast AdCaLixi street. world. CIIURCn BURNED. St. Bernard's church at Rock-por- t, Ind., caught fire from a day Christmas tree New Year's and was totally destroyed. Tho loss is $20,000, partly covered by insurance. Rev. Francis Schaub is the pastor, and for him and his flock the people of that section of Indiana have a sincere sympathy. girls aro employed in cabarets under tho most vicious and demoralizing conditions. Granting womei; Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common tho franchise has not yet worked any visible improvement anywhere Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON,, They would probably feel contamby coming in touch with and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. inated their unfortunate sisters. PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. FUTURE GREAT CHURCH. Cumb. Phone West 191 Home Phone 191? A campaign has been started by HEJ Redemptorist Fathers the of Brooklyn, N. Y., to raise funds for tho completion of the $1,000,000 Church of Our Lady of Porpetual Help, Bay Ridge. This structure, at present only a basement, will be IS CORfO RATED tho greatest church building in v; Brooklyn when completed. Chicago women are voters, yet in 0 that city it is estimated that FALL CITY BEER WIEDEMANN! BREWING COMPANY'S - ST. MALACIIY'S rROPHEOY. ! GRAN W. SMITH'S SON rAL. S. SMITH, PROP. According Malachy's Bald at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, exccUeaVewv. to St. prophecy there will bo seven more Popes, the end of the world to QRUBER & DEUSER, Maaagcrs, Louisville, Ky. come during the reign of "Peter the Celebrated- Draught and Bottled Beer&c Funeral Director and Embaimer BOTH PHONES 810. - SOUTHWEST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE ) Home Phone Shawnee 484 victory New Year's day by winning tie Louisvlllo Athletic race, closely Federation thrce-mil- o followed by others of the Mackln STS. Kennedy is one of the runners. aj most promising runners developed in this section, and already has several marathon victories to his credit. decided FORTY HOURS. Tho next church in Louisville to have the Forty Hour services is St. Michael's, on Brook street, J. Farrell Kennedy, representing the Mackin Council team, scored a Gumbcrlaad, West 11 RATTERMAN SCANNELL Independent Funeral Directors ana itmnaimers Chapel Free INCORPORATED. 'which alludes to that prophecy: "In the final persecution of the Holy reign Roman church there will MAYSVILLE. Peter the Roman, whb will feed his many Patrick H. Breen, aged seventy-thre- e flock amid seven-hille- tribulations, after d city will be years, born In County Wex- which the ford, Ireland, died at his home In destroyed and tho dreadful Judge Maysville on Tuesday after a few will judge tho people. The end." days' illness of pneumonia. He RIGHT PRINCIPLES. had the distinction of having been In the employ of ono firm longer Whllo organized labor has agithany any other man there, being hours with tho W. B. Matthews Lumber tated for and secured shorter wages, years. He of labor, higher rates of Company for forty-thre- o Is survived by throe children, Mrs. and has vastly improved tho indusRoger Devlne, of Cleveland; Ed trial conditions of tho army of of Louisville, ward Breen, and toilers, it has also championed those principles of Teform that Thomas Breen, of Maysville. must Inevitably evolve a wider and a freer social atmosphere. COSTLY GIFTS. v Roman." This Is the oaracraDh "As Ner to You is tbe Nearest Phone'' Oar Special $3.00 Spray Our Special $5.00 Wreath Louiivlile For prompt delivery call both phones. The largest values in Funeral Flowers ever offered I 223- - MULLOY'S COFFEE .Is the best coffee value offered. If you want a delicious, inexpensive coffee, TRY OU- R- inuunu v fcurth Avenue nOffZBLfllOP Loulrvt en lffm4mf9t9f99mm99&wmmw4m it ,$vivtvtwwv to Patrons. 3101 WEST BROADWAY Market and Jefferson. They will begin with high mass tomorrow morning and continue until Tuesday. Rev. Martin O'Connor, tho pastor, will direct tho devotions and will bo assisted by a number of priests from our city churches. SODALITY CLUB OFFICERS. at its last meeting elected the Tho St. Martin's Sodality Club fol- HOME TELEPHONE! . The Service With the ' Largest List of Connections in lowing officers, who will hold ofllco Uurlng the year 1917: Theodore A. Schmoll, President; William Homm-rlc- h, Vice President; John Sayer, Secretary; Herman Batson, Treass. Louisville and Suburbs. All Service Unlimited. Long Distance Connections To All Points of Importance to the Louisville Trade. Lowest Rates. i 5 THTE T.OTJTSVTT.T.TC I HOME TELEPHONE CO. INCORPORATED WWWWWWVHWWVHWUWVHWWWWWWVmWiHW urer; Herman Werner, Sergeant-at-ArmThe Palmera Club, composed of members of the Sodality SCHWAB'S BIG PROMISE. Club, will give their first dance of tho new year at Trinity Y. M. I. Charles M- - Schwab has Informed auditorium on Tuesday, January Baltimore friends that he will en 9. dow St. Francis' College at Loretto, Fa near Altoona, his alma mater, BEQUESTS TO CHARITY. The larger part with $2,000,000. of the gift ls to be devoted to the Tho will of Mrs. Caroline F. Cle- erection of new buildings. The col ments, who died last week In Union-tow- lege Is conducted by the Fran Ky., was probated in the ciscans. County Court. The estate is estimated to be in the neighborhood AMERICA HONORED. Among the bequests of $60,000. are, to the Mission of Our Lady of At Nazareth In the Holy Land the Pity, Louisrllle. $600; Clerical Aid Franciscan fathers have given their Society of the Dloceee of Louisville, new convent and chureh the name School of Union-- 1 of "Our L4y of America." $500; St. n, in St. Cecilia's process of construction at Omaha, Is to ' enriched by gifts from several prominent Omaha Catholic family families. "The Hamilton will make a gift of the marble altar, while the pulpit, also of marble, will be preesnted by the Coad family. The Bishop's throne will be tho gift of Mrs. Ben Gallagher, and Frank Burkley will give the organ. Work on tho interior will be pushed as rapidly as. possible, eo that the Cathedral may be in readiness for Easter Sunday. It is believed by exports that when the building is finished the acoustics will bo absolutely perfect. $10,010 NET PROFIT. President John J. O'Leary, of the Irish Relief Fund. Bazar, held at Madison Square Garden In October, announces a net profit of $46,019.28 had resulted. The profits have been turned over to the Irish Relief Fund Committee, of which Thomas Hughes Kelly is Treasurer. PROHIBITION, ' Flowers telegraphed everywhere." NEW BLEND 65c 2 1.2 Lbs. Special rebate ticket good for trade with 2 2 lbs. of New Blend. 10c in 'QUAKER MAID' INCORPORATED Clean Grocery Stores. "The Best For Less." O.ders for $1 or more delivered part of the city. to-an- y JOHN Mr. MULLOY, 212 West Market. sion. The District of" Columbia prohibition bill will bo finally disposed of in the Senate next Tuesday. It is doubtful when the national prohibition amendment will be caled up for action, and somo Senators predict that It can not get tho vote necessary at this ses VATICAN TREASURE. FRED ERHART GERMAN BANK ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N. W. Corner two-thir- ds Fourth and Jclfenn The most costly hook in the world Is a Hebrew Bible In the pos session of the Vatican. Its weight in gold, amounting to $103,000, was refused for it. THREE EVERY WEEK. The Catholic Church Extension Society, Chicago, has erected nearly 1,200 chapels in the Catholic world building about three every week. BIJBCdftJft3iH jjjj KUBAlaflMjn'ii? H.BOSSESON Funeral Directors , s and Embalmers., Ro' Fifth and Market Sts. BIO FBHR Tjaa li2. AVBft'l.ll fl XKODXTOKIY SONS market IRISH Assnqqnr -- aJMDEWEOAKT.. Notice to Taxpayers. I I HERMAN STRAUS tNcoapofiArro rouRTH AveNue The County Board of Tax Supervisors will meet in the office of the fVmntv il strect We Give and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. JANUARY CLEARANCE This is a (fourth floor), dally between thejl hours of 10 o clock a. in. and 12; o'cIock noon, for the purpose of equalizing the assessment of real and personal property for 1917 taxes. In the absence of the board complaints may be filed with the secretary of the board between the hours of 8 o'clock a. in. and 5 o'clock p. m. The board will meet for thirty days and adjourn February 3, 1917. ARTHUR E. MUELLER, P. J. WELSH, JOS. E. PIAZZA, Onitrf hnnod I k 8 . Stewaht D jy Goods Co In ConneciionAfitlLJames Mc.Creery & Co. Chairman. Secretaries. 4vr pw .' 2-V- alues """w'T"''TTTOtf?tttWWfWltM(MtM(MWl NewYork. WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S CLOTHING REDUCED. Take your pick of all the small lots of our Clothing now at radically reduced prices. Inventory is but a few days ahead. Wo prefer not to place on our books any of our small lots, hence all suits and overcoats of which there are but a few of a kind, size and stylo, are now cut in price. p event with us an opportunity for you that conies but once each season. You really can't afford to miss it. semi-annual Suits, Coats Waists Men's Shirts HIBERNIAN5. HrEm&OHhihNb le 5 1 i Alk It. L. M'CARTY, Who for the past sixteen years has been principal of the business Comdepartment of Spencerian mercial School, this city1, has severed his connection with that institution, and will in the future conduct his own school, the Louisville Business College, at Sixth and Main streets. o Mr. McCarty, through his work at Spencorian, Is well known to our people, and needs no further Introduction. Call and see him and his new school before enrolling elsewhere. Both phones. Cay and night classes. hlgh-grad- I The men and young men of Louisville, and they number $f many, who will havo no other than this clotldng, mil appreci- ate most fully these splendid values. ? Indeed there are many men and young men who, semi-ann?J ally, await this reduction sale, regularly supplying all their 5 clothing needs in it. f No matter what your size or build, you can make selection from these sale assortments, such is the variety comprising Jf these, groups. All of the good styles are to be had, and the $ esi oi tnc materials now in demand. Raincoats At $5.75 Most of our $7.75 line is now reduced Lot 1 Values up to $18.00 at $12.50 Iiot. up to $25.00 at $18.75 -- Values up to $30.00 at $22.50 Lot 3 u- i jj 5 Every coat is guaranteed. eeeeeseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeegeeeeeeeeeee UKm Late OF COLUMBUS KaMMtaMgEasiga News That Will Members Here and Interest You Orphan-ago. DO Want Money For Wool and Cotton Mixed Blankets The big holiday event In Knights of Columbus circles In Omaha was the Christmas tree at the Next Christmas? class. first degree Tho council at Richmond, Ind., ended the year by conferring tho on a representative JOIN OUR Christmas Saving's Club Time For Joining Is Limited FURNITURE GREENE'S Furniture, Carpets, It S6ANL0N 60flL GOMPflNY I jjR BANNON PIPE CO. CLASS A You pay 10c a week CLASS D You pay $1 a week Tho of Little Rock First tended special services in the Cafor 50 weeks. Total $30 to the Ninth Precincts Inclusive of thedral Sunday night. for 50 weeks. Total $5 Monslgnor STILL THE BEST PLACE TO BUY the Eleventh Ward, and the Twelfth Tobln preached tho sermon and 1 of New Albany is Division CLASS E You pay ?2 a week Ward. flourishing. CLASS B You pay 25c a week various priests wero present. for 50 weeks. Total $100 Rugs, Organized only two years, the Two good divisions aro sufficient Fellow Citizens: for 50 weeks. Total S12.50 CLASS F You pay ?5 a week Humphrey, Neb., has for Louisville. I hereby announce myself a candi- council at Eighth for 50 weeks. Total $250 Good Furniture at moderate prices without trad- - Members of Division 1 found it date for Magistrate of the to the now about 150of members, Last CLASS C You pay 50c a week Magisterial District, subject fifty candidates Primary month a class hard to say good-byaction of the Democratic CLASS G You pay $10 a week ing stamps. was recolved into tho council. August, 1917. for 50 weeks. Total S25 With regret many say farewell to election In for 50 weeks. Total $300 beginning a From an ihumble Division 1. May they never realize quarter of a century ago, tho Interest added to your deposits. Interest added to your deposits. their loss. Knights of Columbus has grown d officers of Diuntil It now has a total memberThe ship of 369,390 and assets of alvision 4 will bo installed next Mon415-41- 7 EAST MARKET STREET. most $7,000,000. day night. Colorado Rev. E. J. Mannlx, Tho Ladies' Auxiliary of Water-burDenver Fifth Street and Court Place. the State Chaplain, of Conn., will celebrato with an Cathedral parish, will bo tho prinopen mooting February 2. OFFICERS. and. cipal speaker when a largo class Now Albany Hibernians will keep EucceiBfully treated without pain. Oar methods are of candidates will bo taken In at & Embry L. Swearingen, President. John M. Monohan, Vico President. original, scientific and sanitary. References, tie leadiDick Fleming as County President J Trinidad on January 14. ng1 physician and surgeons. R. W. Delph, Caslilcr. C. L. A. Johnson, Assist. Cashier. H as long as ho will consent to servo. Two of tho Important committees Established 1883. Both phones. Suite 300 Starks Bids' Bememher Plans are now being made by for the inauguration of President THIRD XXOOB. Division 1 of Hamilton, Ohio, for Wilson will havo for Chairmen James S. Easby-Smit-h and Daniel DR. FRANK DAVIS AND WIFE the celebration of St. Patrick's day. n mem J. Callahan, two County President Hennessy will Mlis Bell, assistant bers of Washington Council. meetings of the A MAN OF EXPERIENCE, have frequent President Cammack, of tho KanCounty Board for the St. Patrick's sas City Board of Education, has day celebration. appr&ved tho plan of the local If you wnnt expert service just call us up. Wo linvo never been out d John M. Riley, tho Knights to give prizes to tho pa- of dyes for ono moment sinco tlio war begun nnd aro thoroughly inPresident of Division 3, say3 he rochial and public school pupils for equipped to handle nil work of every description. You can rest assured tends to set a hustling pace for the annual essays on patriotic if you need dyeing wo can satisfy you. Auto Delivery. Parcel Tost members to follow. Service. Hennessy InCounty President I have been a resident of tho city stalled (the officers of Division 3 last of Louisville and particularly the KNIGHTS AND LADIES. of by a Eleventh and Twelfth wards all at) my night and was accompanied life, and have practiced law the delegation from Division 4. Hon. C. II. Marr, of Wyandotte, local bar since 1909. I have never beDan Walsh has been tho Presi fore offered myself for any public of- Mich., Supremo President of the promises that if I and I IiOtV dent of Division 1 of Now Albany fice or trustnomination and am finally Catholic Knights and Ladies of INCORPORATED. receive the since tho time when many of its elected at the November election, 1917, Amorica, and Henry F. Hayes, of BOTH PHOKES rauntuuy, impartially ana boys. 2635. elderly members were Chicago, Supreme Secretary, will 426 S. Fifth St. Louisville, Ky. l snail discharge Division 1 of Minneapolis has olllco of Magistrate.the duties of the bo guests of tho local branches of as PresiI further pledge myself not only to the order lato in January. A mass elected P. V. O'Donnell nomwork in the dent. Reports show this division ination, but interest of my ownsuccess meeting of all officers of the local INCORPORATED. to bo .one of the best in Hennepin of the entire for tho ultimate Democratic ticket. Hav- branches was held in tho office of Supreme county. ing been a practicing- .attorney for Dr. Charles A. Edelen, 319 PAUL JONES BUILDING. qualified to perform I The men who will not attend seven years of feel olllco of Magistrate. Medical Director, Friday night to Where the home IS Where work is quickly O tho the arrangecomplete entertainment Gurub. Main 415 meetings are not truo Hibernians. Veryduties Homo City 405 brightest; done; sincerely, Very Rev. Charles P. ments. Tho ALBERT NISBET. Neither are those who manifest no tlio work Where cooking seems (Advertisement Raffo 13 tho Supremo Spiritual Di Where Interest only when they appear in 1 lightest; I6 --JjfLr real fun; rector of tho order. Tho Catholic the limelight. . v 'jn MbncstqI km. Whcro baking gives deKnights of Ladles, of America wero Where tho meal U MEMORIAL Fl...?.... Joint committees this week put founded in Louisville, and St. Pat light; cooked best; tho finishing touches on the proWho Died rick's branch is one of tho largest Where tho range standi Where drudgo Is out of gramme for what will make one Mnrgaret Kilkenny, in the country. Uio test sight of tho biggest Hibernian gather- One year Januhry 5, 1010. has passed in silence. ings ever held in Minneapolis. That's where Thnt'a the where the Our home without a guide. ELECTED SUPERIOR. "Quick Meal" comes "Quick Meal" comes the blight of darkness Patrick J. Mahor, elected Finan- Wo feelyou were taken from our side. Since In. In. 1 of cial Secretary of Division Cahill was Sister M. Agatha Wayno county, Ind., for the. thirty-thir- d While we know we should not murmur elected Superior of Cardomo AcadQuick Meal Gaa Ranged Sold, Installed mid Highly Recommended term, Is the oldest official in Against God's holy will. emy, to succeed the lato Mother always vacant. continuous service of tho order in Your place is we can not fill. Angola Sweeney, by the Sisters of 215 That place (he world. the Visitation Convent. Right Rov. W. MARKET ST. Femlng was chosen Di- Wo miss your words in counsel, Michael Bishop Brossart presided. Mothor i We miss vour lovinr vision President aud W. I. Brana-ga- n Wo miss your care and smile. M. Agatha was born In Maysvme, tenderness, County President at tho annual we miss you aii me wnito.. being a member of a prominent meeting at Emmotsburg, Iowa. Wo know your family In that city. She together home is heaven, ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account They are capable men and will with Sister Mary Cecilia wero the Of that we rest assured. strengthen tho order. For your loving disposition postulants received by Mother with this safe, conservative, first And your heart were always pure. Angola into the Cardomo communDivision 1 of Omaha, after re Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more officers, began We little knew of troublo electing all Its old ity at White Sulphur on July 14, at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 memarrangements to increase the And little knew of care, 1875. Sho alternated with Mother per cent. No cost to you whatever. trial on earth could Angela as Superior for tho last bership and also named tho com NoWith companionship so shake us fair. The same courteous attention eiven the thirty years, according to the rulo mittee that will prepare tho pro depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. gramme for St. Patrick's day. Death alone only could cause of tho Sisterhood, by whom she Is A cloud so dark for me; held in high regard. vacant OFFICERS. That all that chair, that lonely home, I M"H 1 I It l TRINITY INSTALLS HI Is I can Bee. ) AWFUL DEATH. LAWRENCE P. BANHON, JR., M. J. 8AHN0K, j. VEENEHAH, Qoda A ray of hope Is left for me, Second and Market Council Deputy William Under the Big Clock Is sure for every one, "Which VIm Tnt. t Treat. Stcntiry. Piw. I Hgr. d officers When I am called to meet you, Josehlne Wachtel, sixty Mrs. Installed the Slate Government Supervision. years old, met with an awful death of Trinity Council, Y. M. I., last When my life's work la done. J. J. KILKENNY AND CHILDREN. Friday morning at Second and Oak Monday evening at the club house, streets, when she was run down and Baxter and Morton avenues. Rov. RETURN THANKS. crushed by an automobile. Tho unFather O'Grady. the council chapfortunate woman had just alighted lain, delivered a short address on The Sisters of the Good Shep- from the street car when she was the merits of the order and paid Sewer ad Calvert Pipe, a glowing tribute to B. J. Sand- herd, Bank street, and their several struck by the machine following the BaBBea's Fateat Lidded ripe fer Steam Ceaflaits, man, the retiring President, com- hundred children return most grate- car, being hurled twenty feet. PasWall CepiasJ, Draia Tile, TKrifeed Srick, plimenting him on the progress of ful thanks to all tho kind persons sengers carried her Into the St. Fire Preeiag, Flae Liaiag, Fire Brick Trinity Council during his admin- who helped to make their Christ- tves apartments, where sho was atThe Best Straight Whisky On Earth Grate asd Belter Tile, Grossd Fire Clay, Cklmaey top. istration. The Athletic Committee mas & happy one by the purchase tended by Dr. Abell, and despite all announced that the tennis tourna- of the little Xmas seals sent out, efforts Bhe expired within thirty OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON ment was still progressing and in- and to all Vho helped in any way. minutes. A son, George Wachtel,r, vited the members and their friends All is truly appreciated, and dally and a daughter, Mrs. Edward Schae-feINCORPORATE) HOME PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN 507. survive her. This is another to see the games which are played prayers shall be offered for ihem t Sole Owatra Registered Diat. No. 32J Cod may blee and reward result of the lax enforcement of the every Sunday morning. President that .. .... a IU WORKS- m iwi lo.i.B.uoifv. -- numaKgii.. H. J. Henneeey will announce hw them and return, them their charity ordinances governing the running of West Main Street. Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 a hundred-tol- d automobiles. 1 I H I' I 111 HI 1 1 I 111 MW"H"HHH' ! j oommltteei at the aext meeting. rH"I H U at Nisbet Announces For Magistrate ment four Milwaukee, where they big leagues. havo More than 1,300 orphans, of the Eighth Magisterial of creed, wero gladdened What They Have Been Doing by tho Christmas tree entertainDistrict. ment provided for them by tho the Past Week General Knights f New Orleans. News Notes. To the Voters of the Xiffhth MagisatKnights c-- Tho Knights of Wisconsin aro go ing to stage a State bowling tourna- terial District, Composing1 the Stoves and Ranges e. X. JAS. GHREEJNTE All Foot Troubles newly-electe- Ky. Title Savings Bank & Trust Co. y, Corns well-know- t TRY A LOAD OF newly-electe- Wallins Creek Lump Coal High in Heat. FOR HOME USES. m Ash. PUL5 CLEANING DYEING CO. ly - Where the QuicK Meal Comes In TT.,l..,..-,J-.JSI MX BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNA WHISKY 1 GEHER & SON, IT IS ALWAYS PURE. Sixty-one-year-o- ld H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Kv. German Insurance BanR ' newly-electe- , OLDBARBEE JNO.T. BARBEE&CO. a.,.. 573-178- 6. ''l D. .,.-,..- ,. 1 1 iu.