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Kentucky Irish American: December 1, 1917 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1917 kec1917120101_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: December 1, 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. J tl20 Pnyns etrit :; SMOKE tssmimmmJ SPECIAL DIAMONDS. WATCHCS, HOLIDAY TARPY'S Lady Daih 10c Liltle A. J. 5c Best Cigars Made VOLUME XXXIX NO. 22. entucky Irish American LOUI5VILLE, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1917. RECENT DEATHS. years old, Ollio Grant, twenty-sison of Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Grant, died Monday afternoon at the fam ily home, 721 West Oak street, of pneumonia. He Was" a member of tho Holy Name Society and had been employed by tho Standard Sanitary Manufacturing Company. Besides his parents he leaves five sisters, by whom he will bo sadly missed. His funeral' took place Wednesday morning from St. Louis Bertrand's church. Profound sorrow , touched many homes in the city, particularly In the West End, when news of the death of Mrs. Lula McGlynn, be loved Avlfo of Charles McGlynn, 672 street, became South Thirty-fourt- h Mrs. McGlynn was thirty-ninknown. years old, ana was a woman whose practical qtial.ties and service for the good of others won her a wide circle of friends. Her took place Sunday afternoon from Holy Cross church. x eal NOW ON DISPLAY JCWELRY, GOODS ETC. 30a 15. JEWELER IouUvIHe, Ky. Market Abore Floyd It. Thone 5510 CHAS. E. SENG PRICE FIVE CENTS. HIBERNIANS Iresont Organ to Catholic Chap- CAMOUFLAGE ) lain at, Camp Zachary Taylor. Motto For tho Republican Board of Public Works. I Itcv.'Fother Knphacl and Father ' , , 'KaAvllnson Address A. O. H. The Charter and City Ordinance 8 Considered Lightly by Iteformcrs. Big initiation Wednesday Night Arouses IXibernlnn ltcport That Davy Itose and Brumlpvo Have Had Interest. LADIES' AUXILIARY DONATION Disagreement. GEN. HALDEMAN SHOULD A An unusually largo attendance of the members of Division 4 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians was present at the meeting Monday night In Bertrand Hall, and those present were well rewarded for their presence, as it marked a big revival for Hlbornianism In this section and all were given an insight Into the work of the Catholic chaplains At Camp Zachary Taylor, the progress of that work being a revelation to many. The meeting Monday was arranged principally for the presentation of an organ to the Catholic chapel at Camp Zachary Taylor and Rev. Father Raphael, post chaplain, and Rev. Father Rawlln-Boarmy chaplain, were present to express their appreciation, of the gift. Father iRaphael told of the good work being done at the post for Catholic boys and how their Influence was bearing 'fruit among soldiers who were enjoying the benefits of the Catholic Tecreatlon rooms, and that many of the latter were coming to the priests stationed there for religious Instruction In the Catholic faith. Father Raphael related an Incident of a father who was uneasy concerning his son's moral training at the soldier camp and decided to visit and see ifor himself the actual conditions. He made the trip, arriving at the camp Sunday morning, and went to one of the Catholic chapels to hear mass and at the same time to locate his son, who was unaware of his father's visit. On entering the chapel and looking around for .his son, what, wajuhis. greax "uaJ pieasureauie surprise iu find his Koy serving mass. It Is needless to add that the parent went home gr.eatly relieved in every way. The speaker told of the work being done In general, and that all of it was possible only through tho help and of the Catholic people here, and he urged his hearers to come often to the camp and see the work that was being done, as a visit is sure to enlist one as a booster and helper for the great religious efforts being made. Father Raphael also mentioned tho fact that lie had In his possession a check for $100, a present from the Ladles' Auxiliary, to aid in purchasing altar necessities. Rev. Father Rawlinson, an army chaplain statlqned here, was the next speaker, and he made quite a Dig hit with his breezy talk Interspersed with good logic and humor. He explained that he was a secular priest, or as some styled It a "circular" priest, and that his class did not have the porsuaslve powers of the order priests and told the following for tho benefit of his friend, Rev. E. A. Baxter, who was present: "Two tramps In front of a rectory saw an order priest coming out and one of the sons of rest approached the priest for a touch. On his return ho told his fellow bum that the priest put up such a hard luck story that he gave tho priest ' a dollar to help his poor church." Father Rawlinson told his hearers that he was opposed to giving dances on the societies Saturday night for the soldiers as It Interfered with many of them n, non-Cathol- ic j' rr C j "LONG AND SHORT" OF ALLIED FORCES. photograph of a "Tall Syca more" American and a "DiminuThis during a recent demonstration against the Kerensky Government. Intive" Frenchman was taken at an American depot behind the lines In Martin J. Butler, fifty-fiv- e years France. sert photo of Kerensky. old and a widely known, and respected resident of the West End, two other Mr. McGuaran, Sr., and died early Tuesday morning of a realizod that I was far from qualiwere sericomplication of diseases at his home, men In the automobile fied to begin tho study of law with2305 Portland avenue. Ho is surously Injured when It collided with out preliminary training. I looked Mcvived by his wife, Mrs. Nellio Butler; Mr. and Mrs. over th situation carefully and dea street car. two sons, James Butler, Deputy City cided to tako the academic course in Guaran recently received a letter Assessor, and George P. Butler, tho Long Island Business College, from President Wilson commending Deputy Circuit Court Clerk; five In Brooklyn, and to ground myself them for giving six sons to the In the war. "It's God's will, but who Would Overturn tho Plllnos of daughters. Misses Ella May, Mary, Now Chief Executive of New In law by reading Anna Rose, Elizabeth and Laura; office of a frlond In Long Island would have thought that the boy Our National Con- Self-maYork Is a and a brother, George J. Butler. City. I am more or less methodical back home would 'be the first to go," formerly a anember of the Board of stitutisn. and I framed a programme for mysaid Mrs. McGuaran, as she viewed Man. Aldermen. The funeral took place self which would allow mo to purthe body of her son. Thursday morning from St Patrick's sue my studies and at the same chiurch. time run my engine on tho BrookFOWLEIl IS TIPPED. Life on Farm and From lyn 'L.'" idea of the task which With regret w chronicle tho Starts Sicking Picture of tho Scenes Some Among all classes of citizens of death of Mrs. Charlotte Ann young Hylan set himself may bo Hallway Fireman Becomes Fanatlilsin. Anarcny and fifty-tw- o Louisville there was a feeling of years old, wife of gathered from , tho fact that ho Lawyer. Kllkelly, 1652 James Prentice satisfaction when it became known Treason. worked seven days a week on his street, wh.o succumbed to a comengine, taking It out every afternoon on Tuesday that Or. J. W. Fowler, plication of diseases Wednesday at 2:30 or 3 o'clock, and on Monfor the past eight years Superinmorning. Mrs. Kllkelly was a days, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and tendent of the City Hospital, had faithful y Tho Reign of Terror That Pre- was heldwife and loving mother and His Wife llis Good Adviser in Thursdays working thirteen hours been recommended for the in high esteem by all In straight. On Saturdays his bit was City and of the new Evcrthing, Including vailed Hero Bloody tho neighborhood in which she twelve ihours and on Sundays eleven. County Hospital at Oakland, Cal I resided. Besides hor husband she Politics. The rest of his time ho divided as Monday. by Wlnford H. Smith, Superintendleaves three sons and two daughbest he could between his studies, ent of Johns Hopkins Hospital, acters, for whom is felt the deepest and sleep. After bis to an announcement Monday cording sympathy. The funeral was hold graduating from the business college night at the meeting of the JefferFriday morning frqmSt Peter's young Hylan, studied law for two Resoson County Medical Society. LOYAL TO COUNTRY church, attended hau&.ila.rgo number STUDIED LAW AND RAN ENGINE years" at New "York LaSv School. CATHOLICL. lutions- drafted by of sorrowing friends. Ono of his instructors was PresiSolomon, Dr. Bernard Asman and dent Wilson, who lectured on conDr. Philip F. Barbour commending A month before stitutional law. mote their own private Interests. Dr. Fowler and wishing hkn God Mayor-eleHylan, of New York, his graduation in Ju.no, 1897, Hylan A petty host, filled with malice, Political associations having such speed in any new work ho may emhis job purposes In view arose and passed was complained of as an obscuro was separated from inspector on the bark in were adopted. The Oak- has long been busy striving to over- away Brooklyn "L." An and were supplanted by new candidate when he was nominated. him studying law in tho cab caught land Hospital was only recently turn the pillars of our national organizations of his with the same scope Of course ho Is now in the lime- engine, completed and is regarded as one constitution and to shake its foundahim, and he was and nature. Each worked In turn light and the papers find a human dismissed.reported his wife and Infant of the most modern in the United tions. Small In spirit, cowardly In upon With prejudice of Interest in his rise from poverty. daughter young Hylan went back to the Ignorance States. It has 1,500 beds. method, poor In all that goes to the men whom it or Undeceived. Ills first work off the farm was in tho old farm at Hunter, where ho make a man, they have nevertheless scrupulous politicians were not for often been potent for evil by their unwillng to use them as political tho capacity of water-bo-y was a rail- spent the summer of 1897. Tho PIONEER CITIZEN DEAD. road section gang. He a .husky bar examinations were held In Syraunited efforts. For the liberty of tools. lad and the farm training and rail- cuse In October. Hylan had exTho funeral of Timothy D. our native land they would substiThe angel of darkness Is a gentletoughened his muscles. hausted his savings, but ho had his O'Sullivan took place from tho fam- tute tho tyranny of bigotry; for man, Shakespeare tells us; he is a road work fraternity, civic hatred; for justice, patriot, ho can even bo tho purest When he was old enough he became card of membership In tho Brotherily residence, 1056 Seventh street, religious persecution. Though a brakeman and fireman on the hood of Locomotive Englneers of the of pure evangelicals. All theso Monday morning at 8:45 o'clock, church which they assail is Oovo and raised forms rh.e must assume, singly or Stony Kaatersklll Catskill Mountain which ho is still a member In good and from St. Louis Bertrand's above their Lilliputian efforts, and togetho'r, and railroads. After card enabled and if ho would succeed In be became a fireman there wasn't standingride from this home to Syra- lage. 9 o'clock, a solemn tho white radiance of its beauty can church at his deceiving a people who, though they any more worry In the Hylan family him to According to friends of Mr. high requiem mass being said with never bo soiled by them, yet Its cuse and back In tho cabs of West Brumleve, tho predicted split beRev. E. A. Baxter as celebrant. members and Institutions may be desire fair play, yet can readily about the Interest on the mortgage. Shore railroad locomotives. Ho enough be deluded for a time and Johnny's wages took care of that. Rev. B. F. Logan as deacon and made to suffer from their fanatic-Ispassed his bar examination. It was tween ho and tho Chairman of tho betrayed Into acts, of Injustice and In Rev. R. G. Lyons as en- board has already come to pass, and At the age of nlnoteen Johnny now up to tho Like Middleton's witches, they tyranny against tho victims of Hylan, who had been gradually tir- gineer to make a living as a lawyer. they tell that tho friction came over the funeral oration Rev. Father frequently bring about" their" imBaxter paid many glowing tributes mediate object, to "raise jars, calumny. Tho Native American ing of the gloomy mountain scenery He put a mortgage of $500 on the tho proposal of the 'board to disparty arose In 1844, when tho of his birthplace and his narrow charge all of to tho irellgious spirit of the de Jealousies, strifes and the g old homestead, returned to Brook- street cleaningthe white men in emdepartment and ceased, and how faithful ho was disagreements, like a thick scurf American Protestant Association, environment, determined to strike lyn, and opened a at Gates ploy negroes founded In 1831, had been repudi- out In the world and take a chance avenue and Broadway, where ho was instead. The story goes In tho practice of his religion, that o'er life." There are besides Mr. in tho declining years of his life greater dangers than these to be ated as an organized falsehood by In tho city. His parents didn't want known. His first month as a law- that white Brumleve voted to keep Protestants. men, while Rose and his him to go to tho wicked city, but his mind was wholly occupied with apprehended. A glance at the past American in fees, his sec- the It was tho Bible which was now his determination had developed, yer netted him $26 and his third colleague Miller voted for tho colthoughts of God and his church. may be a warning for the future. In danger at the hands of the "for- and hie wore a large, drooping red ond month $46, Tho speaker also referred to his month, $81. From then on his in- ored brothor. It is also rumored When the War of Irish patriotism and that next to had been fought, and the Revolution eign Papists." They had' preserved mustache and considered himself come steadily increased, but ho that If enough negroes can not bo Catholics and It to the world for all these cen- man enough to tackle tho city and his church and family he dearly Protestants in common had cementlarger office until ho secured a cargo of Hun3 will be they had guarded it as ono got away with it. Surreptitiously didn't open athe $500 mortgage on Imported to tako tho places of tho loved tho Emerald Isle and during ed with their blood tho foundations turies, had paid off white men. his long career here aided Ireland's of tho new republic, It might of their greatest treasures and were borrowing a trade dollar from a the old farm. willing to lay down their lives for neighbor, he lit out for New York. cause In many ways and was well reasonably have been hopd that While camouflage seems to bo this This was in the winter of 1887. It contained. For versed on her affairs up to the time bigotry would the motto of the Board of Public MEUT. KEIIOE. be forgotten and the truths they Insisted so strongly very reason of his death. He was a member of Catholic patriotism receive from all He had a distant relative In the Works, "brute force" and "put It St. Louis Bertrand's congregation the Just meed of recognition which unon tho exclusive use of an ap then city of Brooklyn, and that fact over" seems to he tho motto of the Information was received in proved Catholic version for the prompted him to settle there. since Its organization and ono of the Father of his Country so unre The charter, first of the week .other departments. of the church. But reason the charter members of tho Holy servedly bestowed upon It. The children scant hearing from fanatic Through this relative he got work from Fort tho Benjamin Harrison that which past administrations have reName Society, which society called same might have been looked for obtains on the Brooklyn as a track-laygarded religiously, Is ignored daily Mr. were easier to argue at tho house and recited the rosary even more assuredly after the War bigotry. It distraught and raving Elevated railroad, but ho thought he Russell P. J.Kehoe, a son ofreceiveand by the new administration. A resia Kehoe, will was capable of something better, Mrs. M. for the repose of his soul. Mr. of 181Z. Yet a renewal of the with poor, and commission a3 First Lieutenant in dent and voter of Shelbyvlllo 13 apyears spirit of intolerance was to be wit Lear, bidding the cataracts O'Sullivan was eighty-thre- o going to confession. spout, and heaven's and ho put In an application for a tho cavalry branch of the army. Ho pointed Chief or Police, a resident job. On March 11, 1888, of ago and for over forty years was nessed before a score of years had hurricanes Rev. Father Baxtor compliment to report at Fort and voter of Cincinnati Is appointed white head, than fireman's ed the A. O. H. for their gpod work a foreman at Turner. Day & Wool- - passed, and In 1831 an organized lightning singe his prejudice. Worse he was notified to report for duty has been ordered for duty. Chief of tho FJro department, an Besides his wife press propaganda or slander was to convince blind worth Company. next day and Johnny and New Riley, Kan., December 15, graduate, old man sixty-on- e tho in connection with the camp and years of age is ho is survived by three daughters, begun against tho church, after the than all Is the fllful malico or base York's famous blizzard arrived at Lieut. Kehoe is a college also paid a nice tribute to the put underlies to Sister Alexia, Mother Superior of first severe outbreak of fanaticism political Intrigue that noble work the same time. In tho fall of 188D nnri wna ndmltted ago.theHeClark "yap" in the Detective department, priest chaplains, who were patriots motormen and conductors are was such movements. Tho Academy; Rosary Sister had already taken place. promoted to tho engineer's county bar some time of the first order. Talk3 were also Holy accomplished by the Native Ameri- he was the cab with a wage of taking a course at put in tho Police and Fire departDolorlta, of Itantoul, 111., and M1S3 made by County President John H. The bigotry incited by pulpit and ment, regardless of five side of press, and stimulated by public can party during the first thus more than $100 a month. Then ho Ann Arbor, Mich., when he decided have been residents; how long they Hennessy, Division President Nellio O'Sullivan. reappointment months of its existence was go back homo up to enter camp. placards, found Its complete ex- summarized hy the Rev. M. Flthlan, felt that ho could Thomas Lynch, Thomas Keenan, of men who were discharged for country and claim hW boyhood pression in tho destruction of tho a Protestant minister: Thomas Walsh, Thomas Dolan, Sengrievous cause, tho charter and law O'Hara, who lived Ursullne Convent at Charlestown, ator Mark Ryan, S. J. McElliott and being Ignored freely. ' "Two Catholic churches burned, swetheart, Marian Col. Petty, farm. Marian was MWillll Mass., In 1834. Not only was tho one thrice fired and desecrated; a on a near-b- y P. .McDonogh, Chairman William tho new Chief, is a genBlessed Sacrament dishonored, but Catholic seminary and retreat con- willing, and they were married and Organ 7esentatlon Commitof the tleman, is regarded highly in Jiis everything within the building was sumed by tho torches of an In- established themselves In a sectee, who requested all of the mem homo town, Shelbyville, and' rumor house In the Bushwlck destroyed before the torch was set cendiary mob; two rectories and a bers to attend the masses at the has it that he Is already disgusted to it. The engines that arrived at most valuable library destroyed; tion of Brooklyn, where the Judge camp on Sunday morning, which with the material they aro forcing tho the scene of conflagration stood forty dwellings in ruins, about forty has lived over since not In now are said at 6, 8, 8:15 and o'clock. on to him in the Police departidly by and tho firemen watched the human lives sacrificed and sixty of same house to be sure, for ho Before adjourning a resolution was ment. drunken rabble dancing in glee our fellow citizens, wounded; riot occupies ono or his own. To a readopted suggesting to the County Is much feeling in local There about tho burning pile and then re and rebellion and treason rampant: porter tho Judge said: Board that steps be taken right Democratic circles over the attempt 'For pernaps a. year i was ut tired. Tho Magistrates did not move the laws boldly set at defiance, and away to prepare for a big St. Patyounger of tho Haldeman papers to .dictate ambltionless. My a finger. Such are some of the peace and order prostrated by terly rick's day celebration and parade as to the reorganization of tho brother, who had been studious ana details given by John Gllmary Shea. ruffian violence." on March 17. Democratic Committee, considering workd his way Into a substan"The mob," ho writes, "did not To picture In detail the scenes had education, died about this time. A class of twenty-twhow those two Journals knifed the were initieven sparo the graves of the dead. of bigotry and fanaticism, of an- tial ated Into tho order Wednesday of ticket previous to the election and The coffins were torn open and the archy and treason which now fol- That event switched mo outmy the night, with a splendid exemplificaown their course now In pandering to bodies exposed." A farcical trial, lowed with the appearance of tho beaten track. I thought of Wo tion of the degrees by Division 4's the Republican administration. Tho with the set purpose of acquitting American Protective Association, case. I had no education. carry had degree team, and following the intho Co.urIer-Journtho rioters, completed the Incident. founded in 1852, were a long and looked to my brother to and Times became itiation a big Thanksgiving lunch disgruntled when tho party failed The charges made against the Sis- dismal task. In "Loyalty of Cath- family name into tho law and wo wa served by tho Entertainment to nominate Greene and Woodruff ters Were disapproved by a Prot- olics," from which the abovo ex- had all anticipated that no wouiq Committee. Many of the old guard estant committee, but the harm had tract is quoted, a brief enumeration win distinction at 4ho bar. The and seized the first opportunity to were present and all enjoyed the double-cros- s been done. Such wap the first re- may 'bo found. The "protective" death of my brother blasted that the ticket, using a yocaS arad musical selections, but Green-stresult of tho campaign of slanderous act of the fanatics was an attack family hope. I can not remember forawl as an excuse to th hit, of tho evening was made by accusations carried on against Cath- unon a convent of helpless and in- when the notion first came to mo, run out. If there is any reorganizathe dacers with their Irish jigs olic Institutions. The churches In offensive nuns In Providence, R'. I. but I conceived tho idea that I tion of the party then National Comand reel. A big delegation was Boston were threaten oi and could Next followed outbreaks of civic might take the place of my dead mitteeman W, B, Haldeman should by prMt from Division 3, led Vice relv for their protection only on hatred from press and platform in brother and represent the Hylan take tho Initiative and tender his President John Riley and the strong arm of Catholics them the cities of Boston, Baltimore, family at the bar, I broached the resignation as a party represent PresMewt Tim O'Loary. many subject to my wife. It was our selves. Tho Popo was shot in Wheeling. Pittsburgh and live in extenuation for his crime i Her advice was effisy by the Washington Artillery. other places. Tho agitation reached first big problem. betraying tho party locally. Th "GOD'S will.' The work of the father of lies a climax In th mob attack upon good theiw It has always been: good reward thus far has been thoj of the Cathedral of Cincinnati, result- since, and I consult with her about The ' Bpirlt now continued. polntment of former employew Richard A. Mc ven politics. She told Mr. and Mrs. Arnold, was aDroao. mine ing In the lows of several lives. The Benedict LORD KORTHCLIFFE. unairman or the Board of Sal land. Men warn to bo found the.'l patriotic work now continued with me Jo take a chance, I had deterGuaran, Sr of Chicago, who have GEORGE OLEMENCEAU. Secretary to the Police deDart.1' newspaper OB mv winine ito hetrsv he neace foremost Britain's While riven six of their nine sons to the the hloody riots of St. Louis; with mined to become a lawyer. educaAppointed for the second time J and a rumored promise of holdh.? In I had tSo groundwork of an tar, lost one or the remaining three owner, who refused Cabinet poI- - ana welfare of their country pro- lavonies jn tne county omcee. Tfcecday In an automobile accident. tlon. (Continued on Third Page.) order to satisfy their bigotry or tion 'acquired) in" a country school I Premier of France. J WHAT LED UP TO THE BOBSHEVIKI REVOLUTION. """Photo shows Lenlno addressing a crowd In the streets of Petrograd ." -- " ""-- - .. ""'..' ..,,1 Josephine Elvin, 6J8 South Thirty-eight- h street, and ,for years a well known figure in Louisville, died early Tuesday morning. He was ninety-thre- e born years ago in Canada, but had spent nearly all his life here, where he was known for his kindly manner and generosity to those in distress. He was the father of Detective Franlc Elvin. Tho funeral was held Thursday morning at Holy Cross church, Rev. Father Brey saying the requiem mass. Frank Elvin, beloved husband of RESIGN BIGOTRY MAYOR HYLAN law-boo-ks de Kil-kell- y, Superln-tendenc- law-readi- -- -- -D- r-Leon - ct Camouflage is a word which nearly all are familiar with now because of its frequent mention in the war dispatches, and as all know It means to disguise or color something to, fool tho enemy. This word could ho aptly applied to tho new local administration, and especially the performances of the Board of Public Works. Hardly a day passes but that Davy Rose, Chairman of that board, pulls off his camouflago stunt for tho benefit of the administration and to fool the public, his performance being encored by tho Herald, Courier-Journand Times. One of tho board's statements concerning tho big saving In money toy tho abolishment of jobs Is so glaringly false that many wonder at the nerve of tho camouflago artists In trying to get away with it. Take this one item for instance: Davy says that the new board abolished fifty-tw- o supervisors, who made $90 a month, or a saving of $56,160 a year. Everyone knows that a supervisor under the Democratic administrations was only paid for tho time ho worked and many of that number did not make $90 a year, while tho writer knows personally of men on tho list of supervisors who never drew a cent salary the past year, yet our new reform board reports a saving of $1,080 on men who never drew a cent salarj" some saving. Tho Courier-Journand Times know this to ffe true, but because of their grievance against v the Democratic party locally "will not expose tho camouflage stunt. Tho Herald, not being familiar with Louisvlllo affairs, does not know any better and, parrot-likonly repeats what Davy Rose gives out. If the camouflago board had a record of fifty-tw- o supervisors who drew twelve months pay of $90 a month, that list would have been published ere this. Tho expose of this camouflage stunt will comowlth tho announcement of tho tax rate. If tho reform administration has made tho sweeping reductions as advertised then the public should expect a tax reduction of 25 per cent, or more. WATOH THE TAX RATE and see tho expose of the camoufal al . -- 'J e, m. sub-deaco- n. heart-burnin- law-offi- ce er post-gradua- te y"""ll''jJJl!iSS53! HI HHUIIJ1'" high-cla- ss two-fami- ly D o al et everi-thln- g JZPi 0 jEOBKarcroEtrx' KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHRD F.VRRY SATURDAY. xisja: "WO 1 AJS&J&XI.GA2& Thing? 00 YOU KNOW WHY- --- Going to fits Theater Is the Cheapest Part of the ooo. Uth4 - TMtiBeawt . kith Anwkaw art Caftetfci Maral OlftelaNy Indent by Aaateat Odor ef Hrferafeas, Yevag Ma'i iMtlteta as Oatfeeifa KalgMs of AMrtea. to SmM us 3s? ggpSooaorH TO 1 vhiSmbth j RsasvEoiy (fw,y uwel toi I" 1.!:.?. r' jm Drawn fr we w By Fisher lovbu'J." rT Oy, time- - i JvCY rultBaa KBKTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PnlNTINQ CO., lacecD-SINGLE COPY ONI DOLLAR PER YEAR HVB8CKIPTI9N PRICE, ftatUf . BnUr4 St t LrtrrlH PtfMlf M goai-ClCoaggMalisttaH to tbt KWItUCKY HMSH AMCRKANIMI Wfit Qreia St. AllMrtaH , t m fft ADES fiJvSv,l COUNCIL SBsiEEES 3 LOUISVILLE, KY SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1917 single to her own aggrandizement throughout all stages of the war up to date. She has added to her empire, and the safeguarding of her acquired possessions has marked her course throughout. Under the now arrangement England will bo required to do her full share toward beating tho Central Powers. This will mean that she must get her idle millions of trained men into the trenches, but it will also mean that when peace comes to be made she will not bo in a position to force her will on her Allies as well as her enemies. England does not Ilka this, henco her fury over tho establishment of a council which will make her too the-mar- HYSTERICAL. tVlVVVVVVVVVVVtVVVVVVVVV1 TELIi HER SO. WHWMtMUMiMUMMMHMMMtMHUMHWMUMHUUHH Wednesday with most impressive ceremony. After the Bishop had haken his throne he received the profession of obedience from the priests of Denver dloceso, nearly all of whom were present. Then Pontifical anass was sung, with Bishop Tihen as celebrant, the Rev. Tremendous Overcoat Godfrey of Raber, Colorado Springs, as archprlest; the Rev. J. exhibit where there's a J. Gibbons, of Barnum, as deacon; tho Rev. J. P. Carrlgan, of d happy choice for every Springs, as subdeacon; the Revs. M. F. Callahan and J. J. Donchooser. Splendid overnelly, Denver Irremovable rectors, GOOD SIGN. as deacons to the Bishop, and the coat fabrics, styles in Rev. William Higglns, secretary to Monsignor Phillips, as master of One of the most favorable signs many variations, and ceremonies. sermon was The for the Allies is the creation of preached by the Right Rev. John P. a central war council which has values that continue to Carroll, Bishop of Helena, one of This assures the most energetic and intellectual been agreed upon. Bishops of the West, who Is Just military and add to our value-givin- g returning from an Eastern trip. In which never could be brought the fame. years, kept him out of a Cap- guestevening the Bishop was honor about under the former plan of as a great banquet, when mass taincy. The annual separate and Independent operation toasts were responded to by Right Inaugurated by Right Rev. Bishop Up. ucv. uisnop Thomas E. Shahan, Russia Is no against the enemy. $15 JOINS AVIATION CORPS. William T. Russell, and for which Go.v. Gunter, Mayor Speer and Cass longer counted upon to exert any President Wilson and many of the leading Government officials and Although Ira J. Shine, who was a member E. Herrlngton. force against Germany. representatives of foreign govern- of Troop D, First Indiana Cavalry, the offer of the Bolshevlkl for a ments accepted Invitations, was cele- at Camp Shelby, Hattlesburg, Miss., VATICAN GREAT WORK. peace on the basis of Socialism has brated in St. Patrick's church in and had been given a commission Washington on Thanksgiving day, In the aviation corps, arrived Satur.Complete returns from the Peter been rejected in Berlin conditions with Cardinal Gibbons presiding. day to .visit his parents, Mr. and Pence collection ar not in, but it in Russia make (effective participaRev. James A. Smyth, of St. Pat- Mrs. John H. Shine, DePauw Placo, is expected that th fund will break Had tion in tho war impossible. rick's church, was the celebrant; New Albany, while on his way to all records because of the great Third and Market of the Allies realized the condition Rev. F. J. Hurney, of the Shrine Champaign, 111., where ho will enter need for funds during tho war by Russia six months ago the drive of the Sacred Heart, the deacon, tho Vatican. Tremendous demands and Rev. F. X. Cavanagh, of the training. aro being made upon Vatican against Italy could have been foreCatholic University, subdeacon. Rev. benevolence because of the war. Not seen and prepared for. There Is FORTY HOURS. Martin P. Egan, of St. Patrick's, was only aro the regular demands for Alb, Surplice, Altar Laces now no talk of peace In any quarthe master of ceremonies. Cardinal for the sick and Injured, and The Forty Hours' Devotion will aid the destitute dependents Gibbons gave his blessing at the begin ter; probably there will be no furfor of men tomorrow, the first Sunday in who hav been sent For the next three weeks we are They are talking about meatless Miss Ida Couchman is home from close of the mass. The sermon was to the front, ther peace talk until well Into next Russell, of Advent, at the Cathedral, and will but the Vatican Is maintaining a going to offer all of our laces at a days and wheatless days and eatless North Vernon, Ind where she was delivered by Bishop summer. By that time the situaThis offer is genuCharleston, S. C, formerly pastor continue until Tuesday. (Besides world-wid- e the guest of Miss Bertha Seiner. search and Identification liberal discount. pay our will tion will probably (have resolved it- days, but when winter gets started of St. Patrick's church. A place the gaining of indulgences this will bureau for finding tho missing. Hun- ine, and Itto write us at once while our was reserved for all soldiers who give opportunity to many for a dreds of thousands of persons are customers Foster, C. self Into a test of endurance on we'll have heatless days, unless the Col. Charles attend, and this year the worthy ending of the civil year. confined in prisons or internment oar stock is complete. the western front. America will gas people get 'busy and not foe popular Jailer, Is In Chicago for a wished to was omitted. camps, and thousands of others, Thanksgiving visit with his sister. luncheon then be bearing tho heaviest share heatless. TRINITY'S ELECTION. their families broken up by tie Rogers Church Goods Co. of the Allies' offensive and we shall war, have been driven from their CHRISTMAS SnOPPE. Mrs. Otho Wathen, of Jefferson-vlllQuietly but leffcctlvely everywhere Trinity Council, Y. M. I., will homes by their cities being inalso have the Important word to the Ancient Order of 129 S, FOURTH AVE. has been entertaining for the Hibernians week Mrs. R. C. McGill, of Chicago. Everything is now in readiness hold Its annual election of officers cluded in the sweep of the battling say in regard to peace terms. are "doing their bit" for tho men for the Queen's Daughters Christmas next Monday evening and President armies. THE SIGN OF QUALITY who are enlisted for Uncle Sam and To trace all of these persons Is The little girl who arrived re shoppe, which will bo .held on Harry J. HennesBy urges a full at cently at the home of Ed Axman, Wednesday, December 5, at 668 tendance of the members, as In ad- therefore a tremendous task and Highl'd 7413 SOCIALISM DANGEROUS. tho flag. tho well known tailor, has 'been South Fourth street. Mrs. John H. dition to the election there are ono to which th Vatican, as well East ISO Buschemeyer, General Chairman of several important matters to be as other public and private organigreat unrest industrial christened Mary Frances Axman. The KENTUCKY Tho general Intention of iUie discussed. zations, has clven great attention. tho shoppe, announces that the sale throughout the country manifested teaguo or LAUNDRY the same tno sacred "Miss Theresa McDermott is now will be conducted under The Vatican, with its wbrld-wi- d or CO. itself In no ' uncertain way in tho December is "Tho Decree Heart Dally recovering from a serious Illness methods as previous years that Is NEARING GOLDEN JUBILEE. organization of clergy and lay soon recent elections. This unTest thirty and be cieties, Is in a better position than Incorporated that has confined her to her home, no admission will any charged, The Tho Communion." h anniversary of any other agency to accomplish aTtlcle. 2 odd years ago evidenced itself In 318 West Fifth street, New Albany. no chances sold on public Is cordially invited to at- the ordination of the (Right Rev. results, and th work Is well or- Underbill St. distinctly movements that were Tomorrow will toe the Iflrst Sun Miss Frances Tyler McCabe, who tend. Tho following ladles will .have John J. Hennessy to the holy priest- ganized and has achieved great suc- Geo. Dearborn labor ones and for the betterment day tables: Mrs. was homo to spend Thanlcsglvlng charge of the different housekeeper's hood occurred on Wednesday, and cess. in Advent. Manager dinof the laboring man. Tho full Persons making Inquiry foe misswith her mother, Mrs. Katherlno Rowoll McRoborts, Dunne, baby ta- yesterday was celebrated the nth anniversary of his con- ing soldiers may address- their letner pall was expressive of labor's MONROE DOCTRINE BARRIER. McCabe, will return to Nazareth on table; Mrs. W. H. ESTABLISHED 1893 ble; Miss Phoebe Harris, art table; secration as first Bishop of Wichita. ters either to tho Popo himself, to Monday. aim and ambition. Labor organizaMiss Mamie Schuhmann, doll table; Both events took placo in St. John's the Papal Secretary of State or to tions were formed throughout tho There is no question but that th Director of the Missing Soldiers' which The many friends and acquaint Miss Laura Raffo, candy table; Miss chuTch, St. Louis, country with leaders who sought Germany has long been desirous of ances of iRIchard Donlgan will bo Marcarot Malone. cako table; Miss rector when raisedof to the ho was Bureau. The bureau takes th time Louis A. Broring, D. D. S. episcoof a little army of ecclesiastics and only to better the conditions of securing a foothold on South Ameri- pleased to hear that he Is recover Honor Murphy, handkerchief table. pate. laymen, speaking all languages, and labor without destroying the whole can soil not only commercially but ing from his recent oporauon ai si. Tho their task is SATURDAY FEAST DAY. OAMF MEADE. to diplomatically, and lias schemed Joseph's Infirmary. social fabric and attempting 430 W. KhM St bureau naturally wantB tho full Hmh Phwt 2556 diplomatically to achieve that end reorganize society upon Socialistic Nmtt Saturday. December 8. will Camp Meade in Maryland has now nam and description of th person MIs3 Anna Volgt. of Jeffersonvllle, principles. In tho recent elections, Tho Monroo doctrino has been tho has returned from Chattanooga, bo a holy day, th Feast of tho Im six Catholic .chaplains. Five of Inquired about, his Toglment and "As Netf to You as the Nearest Phone" however, tho largo increased voto one barrier to her ambitious aim Tenn., where she spent some time maculate Conception or tne uiesseu these are regularly commissioned company, and If possible a photoobligachaplains and one Is a volunteer graph, but seldom aro all of these cast in industrial centers for So- and were it not for that it is more as the guest of her nephew, Read Virgin, and a holy day of tion. than probablo that by this time she Volgt, and Mrs. Volgt. auxiliary chaplain. At this camp 60 details furnished. In many cases FUNERAL FLOWERS cialistic candidates was due to would per cent, of the soldiers are Cath- letters of Inqury have failed to glvo have conquered ono or more even the nam of tho person indiscontented labor that voted not, of tho ROBERT E. FLEMING, JR. Miss Nora Shea, who has been olics. South American countries quired about "Please, Holy Father, 111 we believe, as a convert to SocialA Special Spray $3.00 her home, and made iherself a disagreeable seriously New at Albany, Is 904 Pearl find my husband" or "my son" has Tho first Louisville boy to lose reported MEXICO EXPELS CLERGY. ism, but as a medium through neighbor. In the street. anguished cry of many A Special Wreath $5.00 been tho European conflict which It might give expression to war she was prepared to declare war somewhat improved, to the great his Ufa In the He was Robert E. women, was a Catholic The arrest and expulsion of a however, in the majority or cases, dissatisfaction with both tho if tho neutrality of tho European relief of her many friends. its better guidance is furFleming, Jr., a useful young man number of foreign clergymen was most comleading political parties that have powers was assured. Preparedness and gallant soldier. To his father, announced In a statement Isqnrvl nished, but even with tho Thanksgiving day wedAmong often Robert E. Fleming, Sr., Louisville Tuesday in Mexico City py the Gov plete information theAsearch. Is killed years past filled the dinner pall was her watchword and she know dings weretho for Mies Loraine Diebold and soldier and Kentucky extends its sympathy. ernor or the Federal district, The long and arduous. with promises and tho heart with that wo were about as much pre- Julius Kolb, Miss Veronica Coy and can be identified by the nuuniis v statement says the clerevmen al In action attached to his person, nOWER JI10P false hopes. Whether it is a vote pared for war as an Esquimaux for Emmet Bartley and Catherine B. metal tag FROM NAVY. nOME ready have been sent on their way out giving his name, regiment, residence mm fourth wnoe LouUvHr j of protest or an ominous warning, an Indian summer. It Is perhaps Coorigan and Martin B. Fallahay. of the country Is now in persons classed together .with other and religion, but tho ones taicen Is that Socialism fortunate for us that our entrance the resultant fact William Cllnes, who Mr. and Mrs. William G. Toner as undesirables. prisoner are handled only In bulk into th war found Germany and her has received, a great Impetus which fleet tied up in a death struggle with nnounce tho engagement of their the navy, has been given a furlough This substantiates the charges that and left unclassified until they We telegraph Flowers Everywhere toto arrive home will embolden its leaders to demand tho (European powers. It now gives daughter, May Elizabeth, to Lee A. and Is expected to his mother, Mrs. Carranza still continues his perse- reach the prison camp to which cution of religion and the looting ,thoy are ordered. Without meana recognition of Its socialistic prin- us a chance to organize and awaken Riley. Tho wedding will take place day for a visit Mary Cllnes, and (brothers and sisof communicating witn tnenas outameliora- In us the danger of a too com at St. Columba's church early in ters, on Sixth street. This is an- of churches. ciples rather than labor side, they can only wait to be found, placent confidence in our national January. INCORTORATBHJ tion. And therefor tho Hibernian security from European aggression. other Louisville boy who has made CATHEDRAL DEDICATED. and there are so many places to good (with Uncle Sam. numwarning that the success of If war with Germany had to come sounds Misses Mary Nechan and Lillian Clean Grocery Stores. search and such an immense The dedication of St. ber of men among whom the search Socialism only endangers labor and it is most fortunate that it came Cunningham visited in Now Albany he Best Por CHAFFEURS. Cathedral, El' Paso. Texas, Patrick's must be made, its difficulties and It last week and were honor guests at EXAMINATION OF occurred would lead, among other things, to under present circumstances. on Thanksgiving day morning, .be delays are 'as numerous as they aro means that we have saved hundreds the shower given by Miss Dolly Goods delivered free anywhere an industrial revolution by violence of thousands of lives and millions of Stovens for Mrs. Mabel Brock, a State Automobile Inspector James ginning at solemn Pontifical heartrending for those who are within six blocks of our stores. destined to be a failure, when such property that would have been the racfnt (bride. Ross and his assistant, Clay Pool, mass was celebrated, with the Most Boeklng them. will conduct an examination of Rev. J. P. Pitaval. Archblshoo of revolution may be accomplished by prey of a thoroughly prepared mm FLAG AT MASS. John Heer, Jr., and (bride, who chaffeurs and demonstrators on Santa Fo, as celebrant. The Right the gentleness of logic without de- tary machine, we now realize tna the methods of warfare was Miss Alma KIpp, have returned Guthrie street, above Third, all of Rev. A. J. Schuler. S. J.. BIshoD stroying existing institutions. changed and that we must p .raso, occupied hie throne. At tho military mass celebrated from their wedding and are at home next week. Under the new auto- oi tlcally change our whole eysteni of at 2227 Grand avenue. Their mar- mobile laws an unlicensed chaffeur Tho tisermon was delivered 'by the In St. Aloysius churcb on Thankscivic and commercial Mfe, We nave riage was HOSTILE TORY PAPERS. solemnized at St. or demonstrator is subject to a fine Right Rev. Joseph P. Lynch, Bishop giving day a service flag bearingno sympathy with the German Gov Columba's church, Father Maloney of $25. of Dallas, and a number of Bishops 200 stars was unfolded. They repUoyd George's activity In Hie ernment and, ite blind policy of ar performing the ceremony. and other visiting clergy were In pride, and NORTON BUILDING formation of an' Allied war council rogant military' hope for herlike all attendance. Following the ceremony Gonzaea CoMee. who are now In HAPPY UNION. defeat, true Americans, luncheon was served to the clergy the military service of the Govern- Wednesday morning Miss Louise to direct the armies has provoked but we also have little faith in EngCnMr piJJr!h JcrferSfi William P. Noon, One of the tfulet but pretty wed- at the 'Hotel Paso Del Norte, and the hostile criticism of the Tory lish, sincerity that refuses to grant Anna Ott and people of New Al- dings of the week was that of at 4 p. m. there was a reception in popular young pre, and la. fact of every news- to Treland that which would add bany, were united' In marriage at Charles Elliott, who took for Ills the hotel, when the SISTERS IN RETREAT. paper in England whoee policy is hundreds of thousands of men to St. Mary's ehureh, Rev. Father brldo Miss Ruth Longest, daughter given an opportunity topublic was meet Hm her fighting force in Europe and Selbertz performing the ceremony Thursday a ten days' retreat for Ltrolled by the war profiteer and secure the good will of the Irish the of Mr. and Mr. James Longest, of visiting dignitaries. In the evening the Little Sisters of the Poor was Their marriage was there wag solemn vesper services. New Albany. lose who aim at tb control of world, over. Therefore whea we de- and. celebrating the nuptial snass. Funeral Directors opened at the Home for the Aged at the Sacred ltwiia irAa Tt. wsa a fors-- mand of England freedom of Ire- - Lleuts. Frank Barton, Seott Dun- - solemnized Thaaksglving eve,Heart Poor at Tenth and Magazine streets. NOT FOR HBR. the church on any land we do it not as eonclusion Indeed that The retreat is being conducted by can and Ernest R. Likens, of vthla Rev. Patrick Walsh performing the looking to th. unification of Mrs. George Q. Horwitz, Mayor the Iter. W. R. Legan,,0. P., and city, now in the service of tJieir cejAony, many friends of the eo- ... xracBcae AVB&wrui a ii(i . r. i he Ha- - . i --- coantry somewhere on Long Islind, isJJJsrbelng present to oner con- - of Moore Haven, Tin., la not a will come to a solemn close this .nM.v fmtMi wnniil an- aVA i icon ior jim couawy. uutun in r ... TMefboae IMS. morning. tr ..fl suffragist. 1m 1iA.f enjoyed a few days' leave la sew IratuUtlonc. mm popular. uupwH "t" umu. . There are many irresponsible d stories people scattering of German spies, plots, etc., and eome aro disposed to question the citiloyalty of all zens, many of whom have shown their loyalty to the country In many ways. A writer In the New York press says: Peoplo aro evidently in a state of excitement, of heated passion. In such a state the imagination works wildly and irresponsibly. It was such a state, but of far greater Intensity of course, that bred the Reign of Terror during the French Revolution. The religious imagination, similarly exof cited, caused the burning witches at Salem, as It 'had caused the samo phenomenon on a much grander scale throughout Europe. In both these cases thero was also a "secret enemy" at work: at Paris, the aristocrat; In the witch craze, the devil. Both cases should still servo as warnings that any kind of fanciful stories can be created and can. find belief whero men's minds are under strong excitement and where a "secret enemy" is present or suspected. wild-eyeGerman-America- n, FIGHTING FOR SECURITY. Tho only nation at war which has no Immediate tangible objective is Every other the United States. nation is fighting for something and, If it wins, will get something tangible. The United States is fighting for something intangible. Wo could not collect It at a peace Wo could not add it, If conference. we were victorlpus, to our possessions. The intangiblo something for which we aro fighting may be called humanity, right, democracy, peace, or anything else, but it is in truth the security of tho United States. That Is the only thing In behalf of which tho United States Government has the right to conscript the men of tho United States and make them fight. It is for that the United States is fighting and it Is that wo must plan to preserve. While there will be a general disposition to study and remove causes of war, the United States must be alLeo Schulten has been enjoying ways prepared for any eventuality. Baden Springs. This (war has opened our eyes to a sojourn at West our needs and what was almost Miss 'Katherlno Mattlngly Is expected home today from a visit to utter helplessness. relatives at 'Lebanon. The coal ifamine that threatened Joseph Spauldlng and Mrs. Kentucky gives little cause for H. Mrs. Cane were among the visitors R. alarm. Seven more coal mining In New York last week. companies were granted charters Miss Helen Blanford Is homo after last week. And there are more be- spending tho summer with Mrs. ing organized. Ellen Coomes at Bardstown. 1 I Amid tho cares of married life, The Rev. Father William F. In spite of toll and business strife, years .old, Llnlhan, O. P., sixty-thre- e your wife, Rev. Michael Halpin officiated at assistant pastor at St. 'Mary's church If you value still Tell her so! tho marriage of Walter M. Murphy, at New Haven, Conn., who was paymaster assistant at the car Btrlcken with apoplexy at tho Yale you don't forget Provo to her works, and Miss Goldle 'Kindle at Bowl, died at Raphael's Hosyour seal is set; St. Augustine's church on Tuesday pital, that city, St. according to a Tho bond to which yet She's of Hf tho sweetest evening. Both are residents of telegram received here Sunday Toll her so! The attendants were night.. The Rev. Father Llnlhan Clifford Meyer and Miss Irene Ball. was well known in Kentucky, where When the days are dark and deeply he .was pastor for several years. He blue, Charles Dletz and Mrs, Sophia M. was at Springfield, and enShe has ihor troubles, earn as you; Droste wore quietly wedded Tues- tered born Dominican the order at St. Bhow iher that your love Is true day evening at St. Vincent do Paul's Rose's Convent, where he was afterTell her so! cnurcn, iiev. 'atner Tnomo per- ward Prior. Later he became Suforming .tho ceremony. Both are In former days you praised her well known In German Catholic cir perior of tho Dominican College In Washington, He went to style, cles, and news of their marriage was In 1886- - when the DominiAnd spent much time to win her a pleasant surprise to their many cans took over St. Mary's parish. smilo; 1046 friends. Their will 'TIs just as well now worth your East St. Catherine reside at whero He was closely asspclated with the street, Rev. Father A. V. Higglns, O. P., while they are receiving their friends. and the Rev. P. V. Hartihan, O. P., Tell her so! The miarriag of Miss Rose Edna who also are well known In LouisDon't act as If sho'd passed her Heffernan and Edward G. Schreck ville. Although his earlier assignprime, was solemnized at St. Neri's ments were in New York City, he her were a church on Wednesday, Philip Father always boasted of being a n. As though to 'pleas Rev. While in Washington ho crime' Ackormann performing the cereIf o'er you Joved her, now's the mony, which was witnessed by many often visited the Old Soldiers' Home time; friends of the bride and groom and was a loyal friend of the solToll her "so! After December 15 tho happy couple diers. When he was assigned to will bo at homo at tho residence of New Haven his church was near She'll return for each caress he was very the. bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs Yale College and A hunderfold of tenderness! Edward Heffernan, 415 Lawton popular among tho students. (Both Hearts Ilk hers are made to bless! Heights. students and members of the facTell "her so! ulty were his close friends. Tho Mrs. Mary D. Galllgan has an- Rev. Father Llnlhan received his You are hens, and hers alone-nounced the marriage of her daugh education at St. Joseph's College In Well you know she Is your own; ter, Miss Mary C. Galllgan, to wait to "carve It on a V. Keel, which was quietly Julian Somerset, Ohio. Don't sol stono" emnized on Wednesday of last week NOW LIEUTENANT HAMMOND. Tell her so! It was a quiet affair, attended only Among by immediate relatives. William T. Hammond, son of Mr. Never let her heart grow cold those from a distance who wero and Mrs. W. H. Hammond, of 1111 Richer beauties will unfold; present were J. S. Keel, of Chllll- - Seventh street, has Just won a comShe is worth her weight In gold! cothe, Ohio; Charles E. Galllgan, of mission as First Lieutenant at Fort Tell her so! Cincinnati, and Joseph P. Galllgan, Benjamin Harrison and Is busy reof Kansas City. ceiving tho congratulations of his friends. The commanding officer CARDINAL PRESIDED. reports that his age, twenty-tw- o New-HaveKen-tuckia- City last week and were splendidly entertained by old friends ' from the Blue Grass State. York DEATH A SHOOK. The Ears of the DEAF Must Be Stirred To Activity Let Us Send You for 10 Days' Free Trial If you will write us that you aro hard of hearing and will try tho Acousticon wo will send you, charges prepaid, tho instrument for 10 days' frco trial without or expense to you. GENERAL ACOUSTIC CO. The Acousticon For The Deaf This offer may seem very generous, but it has resulted up to tho present in making nearly 300,000 delighted customers for us, who now hear clearly once more. 1300 Candler Bulldinc. N. Y. sit COMING EVENTS. 6 January Annual charity social of Ladles' Sewing Society for St. Anthony's Hospital. 15-1- Home HISIIOP OF DENVER. The Right Rev. J. (Henry Tihen, of Lincoln, Neb., was installed as tho third Bishop of Denver on of the Overcoat. Glen-woo- SOGIETV. . an and LEVY'S out-of-to- e, forty-eight- 014-02- twenty-ni- - never-endin- g. DENTIST Spanish-Americ- an - 'QUAKER MAID' "I Less' io:-30- . FRED ERHART ARCHITECT H. B0SSES0N and EmMmers. pro-Germ- .- m m .1 tj. &J?S ?UZZ bio V sz&JSPTXjesrsr 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. ijrishs ambripax-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. Diamonds, Watches ASK FOR GOLDEN AGS BRAND MACHINE DRIED MACARONI, GLEANER THAN MEAT ALL GROCERS. SPAGHETTI, NOODLES. 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Home Phono, City 2845 PEOPLES FBOVXDENT ASSOCIATION Incorporated. was organized by n citlieBS, SLICED BACON to make -AM Ready for Year Griddle la the LOANS Morning'' . on furniture and other personal property at HAMS, LARD, SAUSAOB LOWEST BATES. Coleman Bid?., lOUIQVILIiE PROVISION CO. 8. E. Cor. Third And Jefferson. (Incorporated.) Both Phones, 2886. . "SOUTHERN STAR" well-know- EATH'S CAPE AUG. F. RATH, LOUISVILLE, 421 EAST Prop. JEFFERSON STREET KY. L. DRIES JOS. Proprietor FINE WINES AND LIQUORS THIRTEENTH AND MARKET STS. Both Phones' 2406 ASKS CATHOLIC & FUND. Home WHITEHALL BUFFET DOPING THE GERMAN PEOPLE. LAUER REUTLINGER HOUSE Jug and Bottle Trade A Specialty FIRE 407 EAST JEFFERSON ST. HENRY 0. OAFE AND LIQUOR LOUISVILLE "Both Homo Phone, City 1140 BIGOTRY (Continued from First Page.) tho tarring and feathering of a Jesuit priest at Ellsworth, Maine: with the attempted destruction of churches in Newark, N. J.; Will iamsburg, N. Y.t and Manchester, N. H., and with the successful burn- Near Preston - - - KENTUCKY FOOD AND Phones POULTRY SUPPLIES Frco Advico on Poultry SHOP HALLER'S PETSTREET 210 WEST MARKET Quick Delivery Pet Diseases and Phono City 5692 H. Tlatoff, Prest. I. Bush, GENERAL Sec.-Treo- s. Incorporated CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS Special Attention To Repair Work Estimates cneorxuiiy jmrni&nea OFFICE, 120 WEST GREEN ST, PLATOPP & BUSH Phono 2543 HUBER'S BAKERY CONFECTIONERY Wedding and Birthday Cakes My Specialty. Assorted Candles. Two Stores 745 E. Jefferson 800 E. Walnut Cardinal Gibbons has sent a letter to all the Cardinals, ArchAdolph Rcutllngcr bishops and INSURANCE States askingBishops of the United In their TORNADO, LIABILITY AND an effort to raise a large fund to PLATE GLASS be used fpr providing comforts ior 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET American soldiers and to bo the direct contribution of the Catholics Home Phono, City 1533 of this country In the war. The Automobile Repairing plan was discussed at a meeting of 111.. ueuHiviiy GEO. F. BREITENSTEIN U. xcccuii; uiiu .... invu wiu MACHINE CO. dorsed at a meeting of priests In Engines, Pumps, Elevators and Baltimore last week. It was General Machinery Repairs that while a large perPromptly Attended To centage of the men now in uniform 3 EAST MAIN ST. are Catholics the 'fund will not be SHOP: used for their benefit solely, it havHomo Phono City 6085 ing been decided that the money P. FREDERICKS will be spent where needed regardless of religious affiliation. Every Dealer In member of the Catholic church is ntON, METAL, RAGS, to be reached through the collecSCRAP OLD BOTTLES, ETC. tion. Cardinal Gibbons stated that Taper Stock A Specialty he is planning to establish libraries 6 SpUTH FLOYD STREET at the camps and other icomforts that are not supplied by the QuarBet. Market and Jofrerson termaster's Department. Bart of LOUISVILLF, KY. the fund, he announced, will go to the Knights of Columbus and part W. R. TIS0HEND0RF for portable altars and altar furnishings, so that mass can be said LUMBER COMPANY in the field. Chaplains who volunteer their services free of salary also will be provided ifor from the fund. 0 0. . 1.- -1 . n4l.. ,1 -- ! ed 731-73- 214-21- DENIES PEACE APPEAL. The Associated Press sent the following dispatch from Rome Wednesday: Speaking in the name of Pope Benedict, the Papal Secretary of State, Cardinal Gaspanri, today issued a' general denial of reports that the Vatican was working In the interest of a peace which would not be just or durable and that propaganda from the Vatican was responsible for the breaking down of the morale of Italian troops with the consequent recent defeat on the Isonzo. It Is stated that army chaplains worked to prevent demoralization of the troops. It Is also said that the Pope disapproved of chain prayers and other peace efforts of this nature. GERMANS AND AUSTRIAN'S. FRANK 0AMFIELD SALOON Johnson and Alain Streets Phono City'4846 BARRETT FURNITURE CO. and Used FURNITURE EVERY THING DRY. Stoves, Store and Office Fixtures Bought, Sold or Exchanged. Fifteenth, and Oak 120 East Market Street Phones: City and South 1813 Phone City, 3608 New $ I - I! -- - I 'I''I - i''l' l''W -I"MM -M"M"I"H"H"friH,' - t DOUGHERTY I Funeral Directors m & McELLIOTT and Embalmers I W i Funeral f According to the census of 1910, there were in the United States 2,501,333 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, natives of Germany,, 1,174,973 natives of Austria and 495,609 natives of Hungary, which makes a total of 4.171.915 natives of the Central empires In this coun try. In addition there were 709.070 American Iborn persons, both of whose parents were natives of AusHomo City 200S tria; 3,911,847 native born perCumb. Main 200S.n sons, both of whose parents were tiiTiiTistiiHistsAtsVsVA' sH "frittA Astitfiifti&uVAiJsAAiiTiiTirsftiTisfiiftiTis'lsiffiTVT i i .. TTTT1 VI born in Germany, and 191,095 native born persons, both of whose parents were born in Hungary. There were also in the United States at the time of the 1910 census 117.565 native born roersonfi. one of whose parents was born In Austria; 1,869,590 native born persons, one of whose parents was born In Germany, and 13,568 native AL.5S. SMITH, PROP. born persons, one of whose parents was born In Hungary. Of the 2,501,333 natives of Germany who were in the United States in 1910, 436.911 were in New Vork, 319,199 were in Illinois, 233,384 in Wisconsin, 196,202 in BOTH PHONES 810. Pennsylvania, 131,586 in Michigan, 109,628 in Minnesota, 175,096 in SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. 1 Ohio, and 122,880 in New Jersoy. These are the only States that had persons of German birth numbering more than 100,000. There were 76,307 Germans in California, 62,17 9in Indiana, 98,759 in Iowa, HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 3IAIN 3071-- y 5 88,226 in Missouri, 57,302 In Nebraska and 44,929 in Texas. Of the 1,174,973 natives of Austria who were in the United States In 1910, 163,025 were in Illinois. 35,456 In Massachusetts, 31,034 in Michigan; 37,121 in Minnesota, 24,362 in Nebraska, 56,779 in New "Jersey, 245,004 in New York, 72,887 in Ohio, 251,774 in Pennsylvania, and 38,692 In Wisconsin. Of the 495,609 natives of HunJSALetixx gary in the United States in 1910, WMMVMMHMUWMMVWVWWWVMMMMVMVW 39,859 were in Illinois, 47,610 In New Jersey, 96,843 in New York, 85,881 in Ohio, and 123,498 dn a m Pennsylvania. No other State had M. J. mm, P. MNHON. JR., T. . MERIMEE. ? more than 15,000 natives of HunX Vict tits, Treaj, X gary in the population. Secretary. BOTH PHONES. W W TrV! m. GRAN W. SMITH'S SON I Director ing or wrecking by gunpowder of churches in Bath, Maine; Dorchester, Mass.,- and Sydney and Massillon, Ohio. The supreme triumph of the movement was the murder of a hundred poor Irish and Germans on "Bloody Monday" In Louisville, Ky. Here surely Is an honorable record of achievements of In the service of the powers darkness, for a period extending only from 1862 to August 6, 1856, for the latter is tho date of the to, of which massacre referred Bishop Spalding wrote: "Wo have just passed through a reign of terror, surpassed only by the Philadelphia riots. Nearly a hundred poor Irish and Germans have been butchered or burned and some twenty houses have been fired and burned to the ground. Tho city authorities, all looked calmly on, and they are now endeavoring to lay the blame on Catholics." This last Incident indeed was a refinement worthy of Nero himself. There Is no need of continuing the sickening recital. Every rope and wheel and pulley of political Intrigue was now set in motion to destroy the religious liberty guaranteed by the constitution. Petty, spiteful Lilliputian' efforts, but dangerous because of their very persistence. We are only too well aware of the constant and Insidious attempts which have since then been made to discredit tho church. The associations which have been founded and the papers which have been Issued with the sole purpose of compassing the financial and political ruin of her children by every foul and treasonable means are sufficiently familiar. "We are endeavoring to tabulate and run to corner all Romanists running for office on State and Congressional tickets," thus runs the confidential message sent out from a paper whose editor professes to bo a minister of the gospel. "Let it be understood that no Catholic need apply on election day, or any other day," Is the announcement made in another place. There is no need of multiplying instances. Yet under all these outrages Catholics have displayed nothing but the most scrupulous loyalty to their country, fighting and falling. In the foremost ranks wherever there was a call for patriots and "Instead of offering the heroes. most remote insult, it is our duty to addres public thanks to these our brethren," are the memorable words of Washington, November 5, Oathollc Know-Nothing- s, the fortieth anniversary .of the ordination to the priesthood of Most ArchRev. Alexander Christie, bishop of Oregon City. The Archbishop has spent nearly half his priestly life in Portland, having gone there In June, 1889, on his promotion from tho hlshopric of Vancouver Island to tho metropolitan see of the Oregon province. Archbishop Christie's episcopate has been an era of marked expansion In Catholic activities. On his (first coming to Oregon the Archbishop recognized tho possibilities of growth of the Northwest and embarked at once on a constructive policy which ho has maintained to the present time. The Archbishop Is a native of Highgato, Vermont. In early life he was taken by his parents to Wisconsin and later to Austin, Minnesota, where he grew to manhood. Determining to devote himself to the service of the altar he went to St. John's University, Collegeville, Minn., conducted by the Benedictine fathers. Here his classical studies were made.. He pursued his ecclesiastical studies at the Grand Seminary, Montreal, where he was ordained a priest for the St. Paul diocese by Archbishop Fabre, December 22, 1877. GKKAT HOSPITAL IJURNS. CONTRACTOR FOR ALL KINDS OP CONCRETE WORK rin Roofs Repaired and Pointed 1315 S. Twcnty-sixt-h St. A.SPHAL.T SHINOLES A SPECIALTY Homo Phono Shawnee 3G8 ARCHBISHOP CHRISTIE. West Broadway, toKlgvUlt, Xy. Mil JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. In' December of this year occurs T. E. YANN DAIRY COMPANY Phone Shawnee HENRY GOSS SOI SAM L. ROBERTSON aoarxso, guttering, spouting INCORPORATED . 508-51- Headquarters for CITY AND FARM PHOPBRTT, See us about anything In reil estate. We sell, buy and rent. 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. Borne Phone City 4464. 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. Both Phones 4202 CHAS. ANSON Successor to C. Molter Phono City 2771 BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY Special Attention Given Picnics and Weddings. Ice Cream and Sherbets 319 SOUTH PRESTON ST. Phone City 4803 LAUNDRY 0. T. THOMAS & CO. REAL ESTATE 530 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Louisville, Ky. ENGRAVERS AUTO AND REPAIR SHOP MHLICS ENGRAVING COMFANX. John McQuany, Prop. ARTISTS. ENGRAVERS Cars Washed, Polished, Oiled and ELBCTROTYPERS Repaired W W. Mala St., Louisville, Kyi 213 West Kentucky Street Home Phone City 6874 Phone 6593 GLOBE WM. AUGUSTUS SECURITY & LOAN CO. Incorporated A. Lazar, Manager Money Advanced on Your Plain Note The great Hotel DIeu Hospital at St. Hyacinthe, Quebec, was destroyed by fire vednesday. All of the inmates, about 1,000 in number, were removed to safety. Chief of Police Foley lost his life while assisting others to escape. The Institution, like many others in the provinces, was managed by the Grey nuns. It consisted of three stone buildings erected at a cost of ?G00,000. Contractor of Excavating, All" Kinds of Con312 West Jefferson Street crete and Wrecking. (Second Floor) 1404 Preston. Homo City 20CO Home Phono City 2967 Meyer Goldberg M. A. Goldberg nOLLENBAOH'S WINE nOUSE LOUISVDLLE AUTO PARTS CO. Karl A. Hollenbach, Prop. 518 East Market Street Importer and Dealer In Wo Carry All Kinds of Parts fos Automobiles Write Us. WINES AND LIQUORS Highest Prico Paid for 144 South Third Street Old Automobiles Phone City 7798 Home Phone 1191 J. G. rULLIAM MOVLN'G JACK SHERDDAN EAGLE OAFE AND POOL ROOM) Motor Truck Express N. W. Cor. Seventh and Market MIGHTY FACTOR. PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY 231 West Green Street Cumb. Phone Main 2019 Most Rev. Archbishop Hanna, of Homo Phono City 2564 San Francisco, declared recently: Home Phone City 9130 "Better wo all died In this war than let the false philosophy which caused it to triumph. There is no doubt about the justice of our cause. But tho cause became so great and Starts a Savings Account with this safe, conservative, Sixty-on- e year-olBank, to which you can We cent. No tho danger so imperative that we add Jt.OO or more at any time. givenadd absolute safety and 3 perdepositor ofcost to you whatever The same courteous attention the depositor of jl.CO or the f 10,00. had to throw in our lot with the other nations. And on this day we are the mightiest factor in tho strug- AND PACKING: ONB DOIvIyAR.. d gle." GERMAN INSURANCE BANK Stats GovtrniBent Supervision Under the Big Clck Second and Market SINN FEINER'S TRICK. andjDEmbaImer I AVtVVVVfcVtVVWVVVWAVVAiVii 0ati m J, J- BARRETT'S SONS JESLSt FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. 822 Street. mf uimnm t iinmnm t Pm-tHf- Catholics ask for no favors, but they are bound by their sacred duty of citizenship to, securo justice for the church, as for every other rightfully 'established institution in these free States of ours. And they are bound to securo this Justice even at the ballot box. "Liberty and Justice for All," is the first principle of true Americanism, and the Catholic church Is not excluded. Let our great "puissant," American Catholic church then be alert in the defense o( her rights.- To bring about ii6r tuln, 6ur foes ar6 ever wakeful, over watchful, ever traitorously injent upon the subversion of the principle of true Americanism. Their weapons of calumny and slander may appear in the sight of honest men no better than children's toys, but It Is well to recall the fable of the giant, who once fell asleep, so the story goes, and helplessly woke to find himself bound by a thousand cords securely fastened hy a host of despicable little creatures. There Is a lesson for us In the Gulliver of fiction. tho facts are For They likewise sufficiently plain. show that nothing Is further from the mind of the church than the thought of meddling with purely To repeat once political Issues. more the words of Pope Plus X.: "It is not the church that has descended into the political arena; she has been dragged there to be mutilated and despoiled." non-Catholi-cs 1775. One of the released Sinn Felners tells the following: While he was In prison his wife wrote and said that she was in great trouble over the difficulty she experienced in getting her land plowed. The prisoner at once saw his opportunity of getting his own back at tho expense of the Saxon, and replied, telling her to nsk certain neighbors to give her a helping hand, but to he careful not to dig too deep, as arms and ammunition-werburied in his land. As the prisoner knew, the letter would be T.ISTEN Products of Farm, Factory read by the authorities, who at and Mine Rave Doubled in Price But Z Am 8611107 At the Old Price. once ordered his land to bo dug up by the police. They dug and dug, but found no arms, and at last gave up their Job in despair. The next letter he received from his wlfo A PUBS NATTJBAIi X.EAP SMOKINCJ TOBACCO informed him that tho police had dug up his farm "illigant," and, THE PIPE LOVEItS DELIGHT dellclouoly rich, natural cigar A what was more to the point, they never asked for one penny for their flavor. Ato good burner. Direct from consumer. Guaranteed pure producer To all parts labor. from all adulterations. e HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY DIVISION 8. First and third Fridays, Hlbernlas. Home, 1818-182- 0 Portland. President John M. Riley. Vice President Tim O'Leary; Recording Secretary John Martin. Financial Secretary John J. Broderlck. Treasurer Daniel J. Dougherty. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Sentinel Thomas Noono. Pat Begley. AMERICAN HAVANA LATEST IN STYLES. of the United States, by parcel post, prepaid, 100 package McDonogh. Bertrand Hall, Sixth street President Thomas Lynch. Vice President John J. Barry. Financial Secretary Thomas Langan, 734 West Oak. Recording Secretary William Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s DIVISION 4. Meets second and fourth Mondays, J. 2". There is an effort to revive the ostrich plumes for dressy hats. There is not tho slightest idea of a return to fullness In frocks or coats. pounds, F. O. B. Owensboro, Ky., by freight or express, $30.00 S1.00 nan. Sentinel John F. Burke. Thomas M. Dig- - J. McDermott. KENTUCKY SORGHUM 2XTBA FAHCY SEW Pure and unadulterated Table Syrup. Short Crop. Rush your order In at once. Our sorghum Is of a standard produced In a very few vicinities which nave a white sandy soil that produces a superior golden color and mild flavor. Shipments will commence about October 15 th. PUT TTP OK TXS FARM XX No. 3 Sealed Cans 34 per Case $7.20 e No. 10 rrlctlon Top Palls per Case 96.00 8 Ho. 10 Friction Top Palls per Case $8.00 Save freight by ordering an eight bucket case as freight will not cost any more than freight for six bucket cases. In Barrel lots, at 90o per gallon in 65 and 60 jralloa, barrels, F. O. B. Owtfsliboro, X&wesvUle, Hartford, and leltchneld, Kentucky. FKXGSg WHITE FOB CAS-I.O- T ADDRESS A1VL ORDERS IP. BANN0N PIPE T Sewer CO. 9 NEVER SO PROUD. I; There .never was a time since the Liberty Bell rang out on that day In July, 1776, when a true, loyal, honest American citizen ieels and has the right to tfeel so proud of his country's flag and his Catholic Messenger. tfeflow-cltizen- s. a ma Patent Lidded Pipe far Steam Ceadaits. Wall Cepiaj, Drala Tile. Y4rifit Brick. . m aa crerr0aaxf riae Lining, ureftrlcK Crate b Belter Tile, Greaai Fire Clay, Cklataey Ifejts. OFFICE 528 WESTJEFFBRSON .Basme&'s m ftai Csrrsrt Flp, I m HOME PHONES OITY X WORKS iiiiiiuiMMwiiuinuiinni miwh ill hi itn V GUMS. MAIN 507. 13tk cad Breck. andMegxella Ave., Bet. 9tk and lOrfc. Ii 573-1786. X nUItTS IRISH IiINEN. The flax of Ireland and Scotland that can be ued in linen for the manufacture of aeroplane cloth must no longer ue used ior anyother purpose without permission. This la according to an order of the British Government, - Magenta and the American beauty rose colors appeal for house and evening wear. The liking for the flat heel during the summer has led to its adoption Tor d wear. The revolt against the coat is evident, tho short Jacket with a belt being preferred. Flowing chiffon veils, which hang below the waist at the back, accompany many of the stunning new sailor models. Purple hats with flowing purple veils, taupe hats with taupe veils and black hats with black veils, are all In1 good style. BUENOS AYRES. Velvets and velveteens ar,e always y Buenos Ayres, the capital of the & wd for fall and winter wear, for the afternoon costume, Argentine Republic, is a heautiful city of about 1,200,000 inhabitants. Tills season they will ho in blg'de-Its Cathedral Is a Grecian edifice .mkd. taced shoes predominate for fall fronted hy twelve Corinthian columns. The archdiocese dates from andi winter wear. A very dark gray kidlwlll bo adopted by many who The city has twenty-tw- o 1620. to canonical parishes and fifty other hava always clung faithfully blac churches. ng loose coats of velvet trlmnied eenerouslv with, fur and ADMITTED". linedV. with elaborately brocaded The man who wants to make an silks Yind satins will be the thing honest Hying inYt working in the forLdresy wear. ChecV.ed velvets are new and are coal dr produce fcaatneae. year-rounthree-quarter GERMAN, BANK Krft"rsjFiJi V j AsHBeHlzreBEnecaHiiHiMi espo-ejll- TO Fifth and Market Sfs. iv year toys aa e4aeUon taut vrM yresare theai for life. Louis E .Calico SCnottaville, Kentucky Make all P. O. Money Phllpot, Ky. Orders on ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGB especially pretty in such combinaXy 113 "W. Xreaaway, tions aa medium brown and a darkC&nducUd by the Xaverlaa Bretliarac er brown: two or more shades of CUsslcal, Seleatlao BustMMh aad gray or taupe, black and white, Oeurs, Preparatory Desartmeat: La? brown and white, or In two or more Swlmraiar PeeL Well 9rmmm shade of green'. vmM MaoerMtv wi iummt, bhv ZrrtU, &' ft n Jit jEOrXJOBTSr IRISH t AJSdO&ttXCAJS:. I bacon a son ''INCORPORATED We Olve and Redeem Surety Coupons. j HERMAN STRAUS rowrti Avenue '' ""'i"-- $$ tHeovp&fjrtro mabkct SONS J ' street We Qlve and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. New Boudoir Slippers INYm' r Bv - 95c Bach It's not a bit too soon to definitely settle upon some of your Christmas presents and relieve your mind of just that much. Of inexpensive gifts, Boudoir Slippers at once suggest themselves as practical and attractive. You will be sure to like these new models. J Vfc'3' J3 TOYLAND fafar T4REKl mJiLdS P . " ff1, 'EIIbe BevS ll'Pm The Princess Boudoir This is a comfortable and light straw fibre slipper in a dainty basket weave with a washable terry cloth top cuff and lining; pompons to match trimmings. The colors are pink, blue and lavender. K PHOTOGRAPH OP A FRENCH TRENCH RAID. REMARKABLE photograph of a raid on the enemy trenches by picked French troops was taken In This remarkable the Champagne sector. Beside the Germans they captured the French had to kill several others who re- fused to surrender. Cretonne Boudoirs An ideal Cretonne Slipper for women desiring house comfort; it has a quilted sock lining, a fiber matting sole and silk pompons. The colors are pink, blue and lavender. ask me why they love him I thought everybody knew; He's an Irish lad from Limerick, Late News This man so tried and true. What They Have Been Doing Members From the river out to Jacob Paik, the Past Week General Including Germantown, News Notes. From Crescent Hill to Rlvervlew, Is where his friends are found. You HIBERNIANS. TO OUK DEMOCRATIC L1UDKR. KNIGHTS OF CUMUM That Will Interest Here and Pianos; big line to select from; $9.00 down to 50c Dolly's Trunks; a most complete line; priced from $1.25 down to $1.00 Velocipedes; steel and rubber tires; largo assortment; down ... to $2.00 Toy Furniture; white and oak finish; big lino as low as 30c Drums that will stand tho pounding; every boy likes a drum; up from... 25c Wheelbarrows; nice size for the youngster 05c Grasshopper Tennis Gnmc; played with same rules as outdoor tennis 08c Sandy Andy; a sand toy; put tho sand in the hopper and Sandy Andy will do the, rest; $1.00, 75c v and ,...50c Wngon Blocks; give tho child plenty to do, $1.75 down to....25c The Kiddio Knr; teachea the baby to walk, at ,.$1.00 Oulju Boards; tho Egyptian luck hoards; lots of fun, .answers questions concerning the past and ,... future; large size $1.25 Busy Andy Trip 'Hammer; works automatically... 40c Ranger Cannons; just like the big ones; shoots ruhhor balls; complete outfit, consisting of G rubber balls and C soldiers and 1 gunner; complete $1.08 $HS$S3$$44k$ 1 Felt Boudoirs Always popular, comfortable and serviceable. We are showing pretty models in Felt Slippers with beaded designs on the vamp. The colors are navy blue, gray and purple. i ? FURNITURE When you buy Purniture you should buy the kind that is nat made to give away with trading stamps or cheap, trashy premiums. We do not handle trading stamps, but gaod Furniture, Carpets, Stoves and Ranges at low prices. JAMES GREENE 41S-41- 7 EAST MARKET STREET. e4S33$SK$4S A CANDI(E)D REQUEST We respectfully request our patrons to leave their orders for Christmas Candies as soon as possible and avoid the rush of the last few days. RUDOLPH & BAUER CANDY MAKERS 230 West Market. 219 West Jefferson. The Last Dollar Tt you pent for sotnethlne you didtonot NEED would hare Urted bear Interest COMPOUNDED SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; Ky. Title Savings Bank 1 1 twko a vear: There MAY COMK a time when your "LAST DOLLAR" flf mutt bo spent for omethUg you DO NEED. The SAVING now of the dollars yon are wasting might keep that "hard time" from ever coming. and Trust Co. Fifth and Court Place. Open Dally Until 3 p. m. MK Saturdays Until 7 p. m. 1 Where the QuicR Meal Comes In Where the home U brightest; Where the work U lightest; Where the meal la cooked best; Where the range st&ada the test the That's where "Quick Meal" come ku n44UBEfe3fiBa ?' i i la. Qaiek Meal Gaa Range Sold, Installed end ni&bly Recomiaeiideil Where work la quickly done; Where cooking seem real fan; Where baking gives delight; Where drudge Is oat of sight where the That's "Quick Meal" eowe Jt GEHER & SON, TOJji w. mar&t st. n? Autos and Taxis For Hire service. , ye are as dive us a trial tor lirst-ciaclose to you as your phone. Prompt service', day and night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable chauffeurs tar specialty. Olve us a call. ss i3) BOTH PHONES 2399J Lee Yottng Automobile, Co. SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. Fourth dogieo at Omaha on February 22. No one over asked a favor Price Hill Council has 540 mem And asked for It in vain. bers and is now the largest in Cin Ho will listen to a tale of woe, cinnati. Enjoy a boyish Drank: 2 -2 Lbs. For 65c Newport Council has twenty-eigh- t slap him on the shoulder You can members In the service of the coun With a hearty "Hello, Frank." A COITEE THAT IS XHOWH FOB ITS TttTB CUP try, In whose honor ladles will make QTTAX.XTT. a tervlce flag. He'll take Johnny In his auto, Last Sunday a class of 200 canHe'll buy a top for dlob, JMC. Help the girlie with her roller didates received the fourth degree In the State Armory at Oswego, Importer and Roaster of High Grade Coffee, Sold skates Direct to Consumer. N. Y. And find their dad a job. 213 W. MABKET ST. I.OUISVILI.E, ST. Archbishop Moeller will officiate It seems to be his mission Return thla advertisement with remittance and we To spread sunshine in your path. at the dedication of the K. of C. building at Camp Sherman, at K. I. A. will ship Coffee by Parcel Post, all charges prepaid. Here's success to our great leader, Ohio. Frank McGrath. The Knights have been granted T. J. D. permission to erect recreation halls at all naval stations. This will HAPPILY WKDDED. have far reaching effect. Wedding bells rang merrily MonSunday was the big day for tho day morning at St. Augustine's Knights of Little Rock, who Inchurch In Jefforsonvllle when Rob- itiated ono of the largest classes ert B. Gratzer, of this city, led to ever taken Into the order In the altar Miss Margaret M. Dean, Arkansas. the winsome daughter of Mr. and The council at Carroll, Iowa, one $5. John R. Among the honored guests at the Mrs. performed Dean. The ceremony of the largest in the State, has was by the 'by tho recent Omaha Initiation was Arch- Halpin, the bridesmaid Rev. Michael been further strengthened seventy-eigbishop Harty, who was greatly In Margaret Gratzer, sister being Miss Initiation of a class of of tho candidates. terested and invited the Iowa dele- groom, and Daniel brother of Newport Council had its annual gation to again visit their Omaha tho bride, acted as Dean, man. After best brethren. a wedding breakfast at the Dean mass for deceased mombers Tuesday Division 1 of Southlngton, Conn., homo the couple left to spend their morning at St Frances de Sale3 The memorial services held its most successful meeting In honeymoon at French Lick Springs, church. Orley's Hall, when the New Britain and upon their return they will re- were held at night in tho council hall. degree team exemplified the fourth side at 2100 Speed avenue. Milwaukee Knights averaged $5 Nafor twenty-seve- n candidates. per member for tho cantonment tional, State and county ofllcors PRESKNT MASS OUTFIT. fund, raising $5,000, to which was were present nnd took for their adH8 dresses Hibernian patriotism. Tho soldiers attending the mass added about $12,000 collected in Tuesday night Chairman John A. at tho K. of C. Auditorium at Camp the churches at the instance of Hughes and the Hibernians of Mo- ZachaTy Taylor were given a wel- Archbishop Messmer. When the Knights of Washington bile had their annual Thanksgiving come surprise Sunday morning when their jampaign for festival, which was largely attended. the celebrant, the Rev. Father inaugurated Soon before midnight a merry and Raphael Gnnshoff, C. P., announced $20,000 for welfare work among THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOE 00. enlivening scone was presented on the presence of Miss llary Cor- soldiers the principal address was INCORPORATED the streets by the many taking home coran, County President; Mrs. D. mad6 by Rabbi Abram Simon, a The Great American live turkeys, pigs, geese, chickens, J. Dougherty, Mrs. J. D. Bennett, Jew who Is known for his Distillers Of W H I S,K E Y generous sympaand Misses Bertha King, Fanny Kennedy hams, fruit cakes, etc. OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH TAYLOR & WHiIiIAMS Addressing a largo Hibernian and Mary Fallon, who were there thies. Knights of Columbus Omaha gathering "HOLLENBACH" INCORPORATED. Conn., to present tho Post chaplain and at Hartford, PURE RVK Mayor-eleFitzgerald was warmly the soldier boys $100 for a mass "went oer tho top" for $50,000 LOUISVILLE, KY. LoalsTUle, Ky 528 W. Mala St. on behalf applauded when he said: "We glory outfit for tho altar, Auxiliary of the tXo first day of its drive for tho of tho war fund, raising the limit to Louisville Ladles' in the history of Iroland, but there They were enabled to do is but one land now for you and Ancient Order of Hibernians. This $75,000. & for mo, there is butt ono flag, and good Catholic society has also pro- this through tho assistance of all many prayer books and the churches and societies and many vided that flag the Stars and Stripes, rosaries and a great amount of symbol of liberty, justice and proso public spirited citizens. camp, tection against oppression for all literature for tho Raphael and he pleased was Father that mankind. Let no man for ono moOWENSBORO. other ment cast reflection on that flag. said In his sermon wore he anycheers Dlaco ho would piopose three Let It be revered and honored by Thursday was Indeed a day of and the for tho La'dles' Ireland s sons where er they be. Hibernians. The Auxiliary are pre thanksgiving for tho people of St. women of the paring to adorri with silk tho tab- Paul's church and thereCatholics big was a WILL irfiAR TUOM THEM. where ernacle and provide other altar fur- Owensboro. celebration ot tho silver and loving Many Catholic young men were nishings. Jubllea of tho pastorate of the Rev. among the number who this week Edward S. Fitzgerald, one of tho WHITE SULPHUR. received their commissions at "Port really great priests of Kentucky. Benjamin Harrison. Among them Father Fitzgerald at first objected The are a number who are well known opened mission at White Sulphur to the big celebration planned in in,-- the old historic center to readers of the Kentucky Irish his honor, but as Thanksgiving day American, who will give a good ac- of Catholicity on Sunday. The pas- has alwavs been observed at that Van. iBecelaere, had ad- church, combining religious services NONE BETTER NONE PURER count of themselves in the service tor, Father coming of Father with patriotic duty, this celebration of their country. They are First vertised tho missionary, Lieutenants Roy B. Flnenga, Joseph Xavier Sutton, the took on a little more solemnity. hand-bilIn stores and on There was a solemn mass, with tho W. Fowler, Jr., Emmet B. Ford, Sul- pastor as celebrant, and a special Joseph E. Hagan, William T. Ham- trees along the- roads. White mond, Newton O. Rogers; Second phur was one of the earliest Cath- sermon on "Thanksgiving" by the Lieutenants Joseph P. Hlnes, Joseph olic settlements of Kentucky. The, Rev. George M. Connor, pastor ot this city. R. Klrwan, Richard F. Curran, Paul large substantial brick church was St. William's church, CALL NO. 467 EITHER PHONE, D. Doherty, all of this, city, and built in 1822 and for many years Father Conner for several years was James Brophy, of Owensboro; Frank it had a largo and flourishing con- assistant to Father Fitzgerald, and Glnnochlo, of Lexington, and Ber- gregation. At ono time the Sisters he. better than most, knows why nard J. Kavanagh-- , of Frankfort, of the Visitation had a convent and the congregation should bo thankFirst Lieutenant of Infantry. Ambro school adjoining tho church. Many ful. The special choir sang Marzo's IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE "Tu Es S. Geary, of Lexington, was com- ot their alumnae are scattered In mass, and for offertory missioned a Captain. Kentucky Sacerdos Modoratl," the same hymn the towns and cities of On Wednesday announcement was and elsewhere. ' In tlmo the Cath- sung on the occasion of Father FitzIn tho made that the following additional olics sold tholr farms and moved to gerald's sacerdotal Jubilee. commissions had ibeen given; Cap- the cities, or hearing the. cry of sanctuary were many of the clergy SATISFIES THAT LONGING. tain Frank B. McAulIffe, First Horace Greely "went West." At from all parts of Kentucky and the Lieutenant Ben J. Madden, Second tho present tlmo there are not more adjoining States. Lieutenants Leo 'F. Michael, Martin than flften families and some of NEW ATdlANY. O'Sullivan, John Patrick Murphy, these are not working very hard on pf Covington; Francis Oberst, of the Job. Mass is said for the peoINCORPORATED The Sarto Literary Club of New PHONE CITY 859. Owensboro, and William C. LOUISVILLE, KY, ple twice a month. The mission ' leading society the of Shelbyvllle. was enthusiastically attended by Albany, one of of Its that city, at Some organizations Catholics and "fol MACKLN COUNCIL. of the old people remarked that It mpnUnir last iweek elected tho A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case of lowing officers: Mrs. James Russell. "looked like old times" to seo tho Sunday, morning there was a. great crowd of people All up very seat President: Mrs. James Dox, Vice outpouring of members of Mackln In tho dear old church. At night President: Miss Mayme Russell, r. The club was Council, Y. M. I., at St Cecilia's the aspect of the grove about the church, when the annual memorial church was like a fairy scene entertained by Mis3 Mary Kelly at mass and communion was offered lanterns hanging from trees, the her home, whore Thanksgiving for the souls of their departed headlights from eighteen to twenty favors, were used and the arrange Peerless Common Extra Pale Lager brothers. In tho afternoon there autos, and tho 'bright light from ments in Keeping, "Willi me iuea in was an Initiation, for which great tho stained glass windows Miss Kelly's tho form of turkeys. Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, of the guests were Mesdames Edward J. preparation had been, made, when , rays splendid class ot young men was churcha shedding picture. all around Hackett, Anderson G. Moore, S. J. and'if you have tried the rest get the BEST. a Thursday beautiful received Into membership. Monday made Gardner, John A. Cody, William J. f PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. night there was a big and interesting night a delegation of people from Receveur, James L. Russell, Millie Frankfort, wlth Father O'Dwyer, meeting, when officers for the year came in ten autos to he present at Thomas, James Cox; Misses Mayme Cumb. Phone West 191 Heme Phone 19t 1918 were nominated. The election Russell, Agatha Schaefier and Mary placo Monday night, and p. the lecture. This week has been Egan. THE takes fine will be assessed against all ab- "home coming week" ifor many peo0 ple, who look back to old White sentees. CHARITY BENEFIT AWARDS. Sulphur with fondest memories. A r largo number of I came OANTWELL. BISHOP The St. Louis Bortrand's Coneach night and many heard all the Paul Soimportant Catholic eventf of lectures. Great good has been done. ference of St. Vincent de following An CtCORFORATEB the announces The good Catholics have been ciety trie week was the consecratior of awards of Its recent charity affair: strengthened la the (faith. Some the Right Rev. John Captwell as Bossmeyer, Bishop of Los Angeles, which took "ought to ibes" cam hack. A tevr Gold watch, Edward H.gold watch have started instruc- 1345 Second street: place In San Francisco on WednesdFloral ay". Archbishop Hanna waa) the tions, and thug we may aay, with bracelet, Glynn Mackln, G2GMorgan, God's jessing, White Sulphur has Terrace: silver set, Hugh sarety SeU at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, stresgth, were many distinguished clergymen taken on new life. The taiiMloa 2124 'First street: Gillette cltlaseng prominent In ?publle closed Sunday afternoon aad wm a razor. "Miss Annie Fitzribbon. 932 GRUBER & DEUSER. Maaager, Louisville, Kr. and Sixth street. grand sight-and business life. The division at Imogene, Iowa, has one of the best drilled teams in the West. Division. 1 of Cincinnati commemorated its fortieth anniversary with a banquet Sunday eyenlng. The Ladles' Auxiliary of Cincinnati will furnish one complete outfit for army chaplains' use. San Francisco Hibernians are raising a fund of $20,000 for the entertainment of the national convention. The Eastern trip of Mrs. Mary McWhorter, National President of the Ladles' Auxiliary, has produced most gratifying results. Division 4 or St. Paul has a Liberty bond fund, to which It will add the proceeds of its annual Thanksgiving ball and card party. Division 2 of Syracuse Is working for a large membership, and any one securing seven candidates before February 2 will receive a prize of You I'll tell to you again: ask me for a reason Mulloy's New Blend Coffee 1- JOHN MXJILVOY Chllll-coth- e, Big-heart- BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNA ht WHISKY s s !T IS ALWAYS PURE. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, K wsammm&mmi YELLOWSTONE broad-mindedne- ss ct DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT 0jm Service?" I F. P. X. L. BEER "Delivery ls - Prompt Sure.! i OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER JOHN F. OERTEL CO. Shin--nic- cs. Secretary-Treasure- FALL CITY BEER non-Catholi- cs WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer. fc?V