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Kentucky Irish American: December 8, 1917 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1917 kec1917120801_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: December 8, 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. SMOKE SPECIAL HOLIDAY TARPY'S Lady Dash 10c Little A. J. 5c Best Cigars Made VOLUME XXXIX. Kentucky Irish American NO. 23. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1917. ee ur NOW ON D13PLAY DIAMONDS. WATCHES, JCWEIRV, GOODS ETC 306 K. JBWELER Market Iuijvillc, Ky AbmeFlojd II Phone 5M9 CHAS. E.SENG PRICE FIVE CENTS. "v. our 'coreligionists. No other nation has so safeguarded tho morals of Its soldiers. Around the garrisons are all temptations and camps driven as far as it is possible to drive such dangers 'from camps. We care for the souls as well as the Denial Made by Cardinal Gas- bodies of the men. Serving with I American Kcllglous Advance the forces wo have 145 regularly parri of London Post t - iPrcdictcd by Lord Abbot of chaplains fifty-thrcommlsloned i Charges. fifty-foin In the regular army, t Cnldcy. the national army, nineteen in the i navy. In addition to these we have twenty-fiv- e volunteer chaplains in r Answer Accusation of Disruptive military stations various tho ,'Sccs Many Signs of a Great throughout this country, and eight Propaganda in Italy and abroad to serve the havo gone Revival of Religion Uuncutrnlity. troops there. Here. "I am proud of the splendid evwhich this idence of patriotism crisis has shown in every part of Human Praise or Blame Do the country. The inheritors of this If Sorrow of the War Will Bring citizenship, which makes us all, rich Not Shape tho Vatican and poor, learned and untaught, ImConsolation and Spiritual Policy. partners migrant and native-borI .&'' ss? JkaC Benefits. In the enterprise, will read the history of these stirring times with pride. Our youth 'of fighting age OCCUPIED BY RUSSIAN SITUATION have rallied to the colors with an tewai5ifiismK. k & 2 '.". " TRAINING FOR THIS COUNTRY enthusiasm that has thrilled the ... MKiTuinvfi"!. '. i '.ii.' entiro nation. From every walk of life they have marched to their staCardinal Bourne, Archbishop of tions on our lines. Westminster, has communicated to "Wonderful also has bCen the "Unless human nature, and the tho London Morning Post a state' answer of our American woman" - 1JT?33''v7; peration of the spiritual forces .. fZ& ment from Cardinal GasparrI, the hood. Mothers and young wives vi im ia I In which influence it, arc different i Papal Secretary of State, answering: have sent their sons and husbands the United States from "What they the Post's accusations that tho Vatiwith a cheerfulness and a fortitude jap- s& ?v can was implicated in joNtHT are- In Europo you will unquestionf" found only in a strong and virile I y i & ss in Italy and is unpeople. Admirable also has been ably have in this country a great . i neutral. Cardinal GasparrI declares ""wMiaww the spirit of American womanhood rovival of religion as a Tesult of the that tho accusation Is an "atrocious-calumnydisplayed In tho various agencies of war. And I, for one, can not conOF WEST FRONT. BIGGEST VICTORY PROBABLE FACTOR IN RUSSIA'S FUTURE. and says that tho hierservice, organized to relievo tho sufceive that the United States will Map showing tremendous gains by tho British between the Scarpo archy and clergy In Italy have giveu Gen. Kornlloff (central figure) and bodyguard. The Russian ftlrnlsh, the one exception to what ferers and hind up the wounds The insert map shows (1) tho British drive at the most open and most generous General is shown with members of the "Wild Division." has happened abroad. Human nawhich war will cause. To supply and the Arras. ture is (human naturo everywhere, the munitions of war the nation has Cambnal, (2) scene of a pretentious French attack at Craonne, and help to tho country's cause, and havo received unreserved praise-fro(3) the Verdun section where lively fighting also is reported. and so are the unchanging spiritual with exterior and material matters. responded with magnificent genertho Italian Parliament and forces." osity to the Government's call for God is too slow for us; we can not Government. Tho Cardinal adds So spoke Dom Aelred Carlyle, money. Both Liberty loans were and so too often board. Tho Times and Courier-Journ- that long before tho issuance of tho Lord Abbot of the Benedictine Ab- wait on his will,promptings oversubscribed, and I am sure that wo act on the of our Greene Papal peace note, which is said to selfishly wanted bey of Caldey, Wales, a recent confuture loans will bo equally sucand Woodruff, while tho Post havo been among tho chief causes of vert from the Church of England own. cessful. Such is our record." we then stop all this ac"Should wanted McNally nominated, neither tho army's lowered morale, to the Roman Catholic church. He generally and the of whom could win In a real DemoIs now iu New York, lecturing on tivity? Why, no! For wo can not. HIBERJOAN AUIXLIARY. any rate, havo Cardinal Farley Pledges Loyalty Wo Westerners, at particularly were laboring Sheriff Charles cratic primary. the monastic life and war conditions no use for lethargy and inaction. saddled against tho destructive propaganda as they affect religion. His words of All Catholic to This The Ladles' Auxiliary, A. O. H., Enthused over Advancement of Cronan was unfortunately was told which had been begun and was remay and I think, now that with weak candidates and were in reply to a question, "Do But we an held meeting enthusiastic Nation. you find that America's participa- the war has brought us abruptly to in a personal interview in this of- ported to be giving unrest to tho Cong'ressmam Swagar Wednesday night in the Hibernian of fundamentals, The Vatican, tho fice that he was being saddled with civil authority. tion in the war promises to bring a consideration spiritualize' our acHome, all the chairs being occupied. Cardinal declares, is pained and Inthat we will Shcrley. unnecessary weight. about an Increase of religion In tivities more than in the past. ReAfter transacting routine business All of this is retold not for the dignant at tho Post's charges anoT this country?" "Although I have boon sucli a ligion will realize that it must be Says the Traditiom of Our Fore- the following officers were elected purpose of stirring up strife or per- regards them as insulting. copy of busiReforrlng for the coming year: short time in New York," said the religious, and not a its centers of sonal feeling, but to point out the the Vatican to the accusation that fathers Sure to Bo (President Mrs. D. J. Dougherty. espoused tho Austrian! It will have Abbot, "1 And myself able to reply ness. Party Has Bright Prospects For way where the party can build again cause, Cardinal Gasparri reaffirms prayer. Monasteries will Vice President ;Mrs. J. Halllhan. Maintained. with assurance that I do see many rest and with renewed vigor. To hegln with, the full and correct neutrality Recording Secretary Miss MarCampaign of next signs of a groat religious revival arlso throughout thi3 country. The the suggestion made In these col- Holy See. He says complaintsof the religious activities garet Hourlgan. And kindly bear in mind roots of all yourtrust, here. Year. umns last year and mentioned by been made in Central Europe have of your social Financial Secretary Miss Mary that that I am not absolutely a new- and, I hope and Will Kaltenbacher, that astute the Vatican is looking strange to and busines pursuits as well, will Bounds of Applause For Sentl- - Donahue. comer, nor entirely political writer, the other day is towara tne west, seeking excessively with spiritual I have connect themselves to regalm Treasurer Miss Llllie Callahan. American ways of thought first In order. That is put a quietus its former position In B'rance and! of the Monts Ho So Feelingly Sentinel Mrs. John Waterman. Stanley-Bcckma- n been hero before, and at that time Ideals and out toofafflict horrors we you as Fight Should In the party on the to obtain a wider Influence fa the your re- the war, soon Sergeant-at-Arm- s Mrs. I paid keen attention to John Expossed. fight, which has spread to British Isles and North America, will gain Broderlck. ligious conditions, because I was in have boon afflicted, you permanent Bo Eliminated Throughout every county in the State and did He adds: groat consolations and Chalrlady Standing Committee the country thien In 1904 for the spiritual benefits. the party incalculable harm, facState "If some nations seem to bo more purpose of conferring with the Mrs. Sallle Curley. tions springing up In primaries and favored by the Papal note these "There can be no question as to Protestant Episcopal Bishop of Fond reality of the religious awakenconventions fighting over Senatorial certainly were not Germany and! du Lac, Wis., as to the advisability the in England. For example, I am IS PROUD OF OUR PATRIOTISM RECENT DEATHS. ambitions that meant absolutely but thoso of the of founding a community of Episco- ing nearly Prance andi MISRULE nothing to local organizations. The EJntente, particularly pal, or Anglican, Benedictine monks personally in touch with privates, REPUBLICAN Funeral service's over ' the re- LOCAL Belgium thirty soldiers, officers and orThe peace aimed at administration local Democratic In the United States. I was Michael Reddlngton, aged mains of they now in tho whipped men into lino for one or was not a German peace." dained deacon and priest of the emerge alive,trenches, who, if sixty, His Eminence Cardinal will come to Caldey a patriotic address before Farley, in at St. were held Tuesday morning Cardinal Bourne tells the Post the other where the isane method Anglican church, by the way, by to Caththe Charles Borromeo church. I indirectly be would havo been to let tho voters that Pope Benedict has been urgefl the Bishop of Fond du Lac. My know trained as monks. other war olic Club of New York City, pledged His wife, Mrs, Margaret Reddlnghundreds of Kentucky and Louisville Demo- decide for themselves. of Speaking from each' side to break with the conversion, and that of the entire tho undying loyalty and devotion ton, 1361 Hemlock street, and two first real the other side, community at Caldey Island, to the vocations. I am turning over sev- of 16,000,000 Catholics of tho daughters and one son survive him. crats experienced tho week that locally, the next and most popular Governments of confusion into tie at Abbey buildings suggestion being made Is that "thus throwing Catholic church came in 1913. Since eral of tho thrill of enthusiasm this special purpose of United States to the cause of the there should bo a change in some religious life, now moro precious then America has given us several Caldey for tho warriors who will nation in the war. The ringing The funeral of Mrs. Catherine hov have known for some time, of ever before, of these announcerecruits, including two well known housing priests the Legislative districts, and than and punishing millions of famfoe of lib- words of the Cardinal Archbishop Lyons, widow of Jeremiah Lyons, and this was due to the after the tho peoples Sher-ley-'s New Yok men, who are now testing become tho (biggest cry comes ifor a remedy ilies mistakes or misdeeds of for conquered as he of New York as he recalled the who died Sunday evening at her ment of Congressman Swagar erty has been tho their their vocations at Caldey. advancement to Chairman of In the Eleventh and Twelfth wards. leaders. The Supremo Pontiff'he of Catholics in home at 117 Fort street, Jefferson- T am positive, now that heroic In the will "I believo bo ofthoroughly In the your be, country has entered the the past wars of the nation and vine, was held Tuesday morning th Annronrlatlon Committee in To begin with, a master political concludes, "does not depend for ingreat religion coming revival impossible to the bedeclared that today Catholics are from St. Augustine's church. Two the House of Representatives, Con- mind would find itthis United States that I am preparing contest" oversee and struction upon thoso who long committee "Dom," the title borne by the prepared to offer their lives and children survive her, Timothy Lyons most important ChairmanshipIn Is re- personally district, which huge been fore tho war worked to diminish , more postulants from to gather unwieldly has gress, and the monks their means to the country in her and Miss Nellie Lyons. the authority which they are now'' your midst for the purpose of train- Abbot and all tho professed garded as the most Important posi- weaned away from tho paity more invoking, nor does tho Holy See present then ing them at Caldey Abbey and back of his community, is an abbrevia- ers to struggle, aroused his hearbody, not even except and moro every year. A good sug- shape its action by the flickering "Domlnus," or A funeral of unusual sadness was tion In that tion of the Latin enthusiasm and hrought forth bending an American group custom in as mo """? " gestion is that it should be diblame." Lord. It is here to form a community of con- many or the an ancient communi- rounds of applause for the senti- held Wednesday morning at St. ing the speaKer,curtailed under tho vided into four sections with a lights of human praise or examinBenedictine Tho Post in an editorial ments that he so feelingly expressed. John's church over the remains of power has been monks, keeping the antemplative Sherley's capable man in charge of each. though others The Cardinal spoke as ifollews: Congressman ing Cardinal Gasparrl's statement thl3 ties to Mrs. Mary O'Hern, beloved wife of new rules. cient rule of St Benedict in all its do not use so. title, good All the above is do "As Catholic Americans we meet Denny O'Hern, 138 North Clay advancement will strengthen Ken- feelingof and with no made in afore- virtually reiterates its original acpurity. to malice Besides tho links with America tonight on the Sabbath eve for a street. cusation and cites incidents whleb tucky and Louisville Democracy Mrs. O'Hern was fifty-si- x "You see, there has never been already comAbbot It regards as proofs. a really notable revival of religion which tho Lordreferred has the fact holy purpose. Wo meet, to dedicate years old and was held in high this extent: Senator Ollie James thought, as beginning with tho to Cardinal GasparrI, tho Papal without any trou- ing election a hrlght Democratic unaccompanied by a reawakening of mentioned, he guidance in under a ourselves way we God's be useful to esteem by many friends and rela- will ibe possible strongest Republi- future is in prospect. The local of Caldey had of State, on Tuesday denied! ble, his can mysticism. When religion becomes that the islandTomantic connection whatever tives. already that Pope Benedict had addressed can .opponent, Congressman John Republican administration wholly, or too greatly, a matter of historical and tho service of our country. Wo meet the earmarks of a fizzle and communication to President Wilson, practical, exterior good works, and with the United States. thoOne of the to hear what Catholic America has Following an operation Mrs. Eva W. Langley, already having 6een bears a Is on time it will be impos- to Secretary of State Lansing or to education, and intellectual progress, plcturesquo bays Bay. Thecoast already accomplished and to plead Butterman, thirty years old, wife the handwriting, and officially an-a after to short a famous find former Democrat or any Government setting forth that sible and moral training, religion is in called Paul Jones tho flag of this Tor still greater achievements in de- of Henry J. Butterman, Jr., 2903 nounced that ho would not bo acknowledge thero were extenuating circumTiArii. err Please don't mistake sailor who, under Eng fense of our country. We meet to West Market street, passed away candidate for the Republican Sena- Independentto ot the G. O. P. that stances regarding the last Vatican the coasts of In put me in this; for obviously I consider mnntre imrrlftA called a plrato by maintain the traditions of our fore- early Tuesday morning, causing deep torial nomination, leaving the field he helped The Fire Department is peace note. Tho Holy See, however. practical good works, and moral land and was on fathers In the. faith in this our be- gloom throughout St. Columba's to Judge O'Rear and McKenzIe power. Russian training, and Intellectual progress the British, made many landings parish. Besides her husband she Moss, neither of whom would be becoming demoralized, the Police Is much occupied by thosaid, and as a head loved land. Caldey, Department Is being filled with situation, tho Cardinal in the understanding of Tcllglous quarters using tho island country emerged an leaves three children. The funeral able to even make the contest ex- "yap" "When this during tno rams. nvumo vrrpiilrnt and essential motormen and conductors so expects to make a statement to the 'Republican Infant nation from tho throes of was held Thursday morning, Rev. citing. Our millionairegot tho Russian matters in themselves; but there is cold feet fast that it Is reported that Gen- recent publication of when the corFather Maloney celebrating the re- politician, A. T. Hert, our first great struggle our Cath NAME WILL LIVE. a deeper and moro truly spiritual quiem mass. timber early In the eral Manager Minory, of the car diplomatic documents and took to tho olic ancestry had already estabcompany, complained to tho admin- rect test has been secured. force in religion than these factors, action. a nnimrm hlch mass of requiem lished the character of Catholic Cardinal GasparrI said tho Vatinamely, mysticism. Conistration that it was disrupting his News of tho death in St. Louis Mary's church, Americanism. Here in his homo district We were a small also was watching anxiously "Your country abounds in signs was celebrated in St. unusually force. Searcy, tho G. O. P. boss, is can changes in the Government of of Miss Bridget Connolly, until a gressman Sherley Is interest in Pittsburgh, for the soul or ine law group then, even as the new nation year ago a resident of this city, was having his troubles Because of in- tho and tokens of a great queer strong, he having . defeated the Russia, Tho elimination of tho Imcults Thomas F. Enrlght, wno was one was among tho people of the world. a shock to her many friends in All these mysticism. to St strongest men in tho Republican ability and land Yarborry as Police perial party had left the Holy Sea which go in for such, extraordinary of the first of our American sol- When the United States was first Patrick's parish and tho West End. Davo Helmerdinger a3 races having Chief the communicato direct with manifestations of newer thought, as diers to fall while fighting under compelled to assert her dignity as The body arrived here Wednesday ranks, when only close handicapped Chief of Detectives. As a sample free to Roman Catholics. Heretohe was they call it, and faith healing, and tho Stars and Stripes in France. a nation the Catholics of the nation, and was taken to tho residenco'of hcen trustworthy em Russiandocuments Intended for a of efficiency and fore practical prayer what are they but He and two other young Americans still a small 'body, again proved the her nephew, Joseph Connelly, 1811 with tho Presidential ofrace. Last ployes, the Sewer and Dram President Bishop had to go through the hands twisted and distorted symbols or were killed by a German attacking quality of their loyalty. So it was High street, the funeral being held year he ran ahead was robbed of $30 worth receiving Russia's legation in this the widespread hunger and thirst of party. Enrlght was horn in &i. In the Mexican war, when we had Thursday morning from St Pat Wilson majority district, Wilson's of car checks tho other day right of the officials of Tho possibility of against to tho Vatican. the human soul in Americaof today Mary's parish, was Dapuzea in du Increased to slightly more than a rick's church, where she 'had for 1,392 with- In the City Hall. g true Orthodox Catholics in Russia finally power and received his early million; and in the civil war when after the Sur 523, and in the next election Inspectors recognizing tho Roman Pope InOne of the assistant supernatual Mary's church St. Mary's parochial our numbers had grown to nearly years been an active worker. Miss out the handicap of a national conprayer, real faithv in education viving her are two sisters, government was Emgood help? That so many of these move- school. Both his parents are dead. four millions. In the Spanish- - Anna Connelly and Mrs. George test Bhould carry this district by who our drop ithls week is reported stead of the former Russian being peror as head of tho church is the forced to ments are fantastic, and dangerous In honor of young Enrlght the American war then ten millions of Acklef, of St Louis, and a brother, over 5,000 majority against who worked considered in Vatican circles. emotional street on which he .Ived will bo re- Catholics in the United States ral- Patrick Connelly, 1730 High street. strongest Republican candidate that as being an V.OM11U1 thev unsettle Congressman mightily during tho campaign lor party can select. lied to the country's defense. And natures without giving them any- named Enrlght street. f nOIST SERVICE FLAGS-'of the Republican slogan of "turn the thing solid to rest upon, must not we are here tonight, representative Deep sorrow filled the hearts of Sherley receives the support are huA no tn tha ifact that they out many Republicans, nearly all of tho crooks out." Catholics of the two millions of many people at the death on Tues Ten thousand persons gazed revsigns of the times which point Catholics in this great metropolis, day of Mrs. Mary Riley, beloved Independent vote and, strange to erently at a huge service flag as patn Dy wnicu reusiuc in two say, receivea a majority to pledge tho undying and fearless wife of John Riley, Sr., tho 1844 It was hoisted up in front or St, turning in America. devotion of the sixteen millions of Portland avenue. Mrs. Riley was districts where no other Democrat Jerome's Catholic church, New Yoric in New York I am struck is "Hero Catholics, America as their one who, through love of God, can muster strength, and that the CItr. The flag bore 407 stars, a even moro than in London by age. fathers loved her, and who will die seemed to love all his children, and Parkland and Crescent Hill, the star for each man in the parish remarkable activity of this In her defense as their fathers be- she was never more truly happy home of the "agin the Governwas a Presumably there' never who has gono to war. fore them have died. than when sacrificing herself to ment voters" Louisville Democracy Tho eongregation of St. Mary' time in tho world's history in which try to hrlrig comfort and consolation can well ibe proud of Its Congress"This war is in defenso of the The church, Bayonne, Sunday aftornoon, life was lived at such a pace. perman, and selfishly speaking, he is democratic principles of government to those who were of a raised a service uag witn 3bb stars-life of fashion consists duties and under which we have lived and Besides the bereaved husband she one of the party's best assets. petual round of social representing tho number of young bright outiooK in With the prospered. Our constituti6n guar- left four sons, ifor whom there is pleasures hurried through, at the men of tho church with the col prospect for next year and the antees to every man civil and re deep sympathy. Tho funeral was greatest possible speed. Business is ors, in front of the church in the ligious freedom. This is tho light held yesterday (morning from St. future years it behooves the local conducted At the highest pressure, presence of 5,000 persons. Democratic party to be on its metheld aloft in the strong arm of a Patrick's church. help of endless and ever with tho Invoking divine aid at a soloims tle and avoid the mistakes made in free and liberty-lovin- g people which complicated more inspiring high mass Inaugurating Irish W The Kentucky YJIkVlfafeJ interest or. Mrs. Anna Shea Pfeiffer, wife of tho past. has beckoned immigrants to our tvio W ceremonies In honor of fellow parvf 3kkkkkkkHka. American has been the recipient of f shores from all parts of tho world. Lee N. Pfeiffer, of the Fischer-Lea- f . practical life allows little time for .9knkkkknh ishioners, members of the Holy For one hundred and forty years Company, died of apoplexy at her many flattering comments since the pause, reflection, recreation or calm Name Society of the Church of tli Moreover, this rapidity of Broadway. Mrs. election, the consensus of which that sacred flame has enlightened homo, 3501 West thought Ascension of Our Lord, Philadelrces Itself into present-dalife the world, and now its guardians, Pfeiffer apparently was in good is that if tho advice handed out in phia, of which tho Rev. D, J makes Itself only too these columns last spring had been religion and free people numbering one hundred health until on hour before tor Broughal is rector, raised even in the services of followed the party would havo been keenly felt millions, all of them its sworn and death, when she was stricken. She Thanksgiving day a servlco flag all, tho sanctuary. For tne preseni-ua- y Above Uie united defenders, have enlisted in was a member of Holy Cross in power today, with 240 stars, each star representclergyman Is expected not only to this great struKEle for Justice, order church and had been active in Red primary would havo left no sting ing a member of tho society and to preach havo heen eonduct more services and truo liberty. I thank God that Cross work, and also was a mem and tho ticket would is serving his country in the army many more sermons than of yore, the In this war we as Catholics, true ber of tho Mothers' Auxiliary, Am- stronger, the men forced on or navy. at endless meetbut also to preside oyer to our traditions, shall hear a no bulance Company No. 151. Be- party bringing up ihe rear in the The Holy Name Society of the the welfare ings and to watch ble part. sides her husband she leaves a son, November election. What a story Church of the Annuncio, New Yorlp as ofelubs and guilds, the well as to "The Secretary of War, according Charles Pfeiffer, a member of Am- those "figures tell. The Kentucky individuals City, on Sunday raised a service flag touch with to my Information, has said that bulance Company No. 151, now at Irisfh American fought aaglnst the which is one of the largest in th " fm mi often very densely pop- filial mini procedure of choking Catholics of the United States Hattiesburg, Miss.; a daughter, Miss ofa the m .ra.. city, having 250 stars, each t mi ' and advised T.MI Pflffr. GEN. ALLENBY. "' Reklewmese, .rapidity, hurry and" n1 a hrntTior. asnlrlne candidates have contributed 15 per tent, of Mtrv representing a member of the par PRINOE AHMAD FUED. hpiti early and often that a army head, whose the personnel of the army. I haye riennln she. War fi!nri wan British worry run through all, and even troopa New Sultan of Egypt was the late teh who has gone to Join the n- - TXaUh. nrlmarv ha lipid with the DemO- ti mnmnt. been credibly Informed that 40 per have swept through of the country. life becomee shallow. tta wrtltfowtoo greatly concerned cratlo Committee as a canvassing Sultan s second son. cent, of the men in the navy are oelebtwting the, mass ot requiem. RETURNING EMPHATIC I 1 , A n, fl WAV" fePl P ir.!kr,, X - . j- K. .KiVKTf 1 . s-- . - l , ir rr, f 7 linl),l? disruptive-propagand- a " orrER LIVES al DEMOCRATS the-clerg- army-chaplain- s Stanley-Beckha- m Austria-Hungar- y, self-sacrifi- ce ed Sec-rot- ary life-givin- -- who-lov- e grief-stricke- n. time-savi- ng de-.,- ia y Pih -- n free-for-a- ir..j. ll $&j t A- - A. jKBODtJOKrsr r&xmirX &3mlexi.t&aj&. j KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. 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ADVENT. ..SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, Ad-re- 1917 rp COLwft wHOWi'S THC'tJooK? will, show tVEAWTHltld goT -- we: go uu.es a. OR .n W K AUTOMOBILE. LOOKS LIKE f are convinced, of the future it is kHUMWMmvvttwmumMHUumHUHUMWwuHMWu much better to let that take care of whether peace or not in WMvPC&cU)uiOQWuiMMCagCw conies Wo are now passing through Itself. answer to his appeal, he will cona time of great importance for tinue to bo the Father of all ChrisliAHOR IS LOYAL. Catholics. The season is one of tendom, and not merely a part of That preparation for Christmas. 0C8SS33ttSSS3SSG8&8C6aOa American labor went on record It. Ho is no national Pope, but preparation should be spiritual. Adthe Pope of all the world. The Mrs. Henry Yeager has been vent is not a time for feaBtlng and in Buffalo at the convention of the London editor who wants to make iting her mother, Mrs. Mullln, visat worldly pleasures. Lent is a time Federation of Labor as being 98 him an English Pope has sadly mis- Cloverport. TALKING MACHINE per cent, loyal. The convention of penance and of preparation for of the by a vote of 21,379 taken the sublime office Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kennedy The finest Reproducing PhoEaster. The penitential aspect of pledged Itself to 492 to stand by the (President of Papacy. Ignorance Is at the bottom have returned from a visit to relanograph In tho world. Plays Advent is not emphasized toy fastof his insolence. tives at New Haven. VICTOR, COLUMBIA, EDISON, ing and other external penances. the United States throughout the war; and endorsed the formation PATHE and all other records severity of Lent is absent from e Mrs. J. D. Farrell and Miss The The Menace has been eliminated Ameriby Farrell were last week guests correctly. its observance. But it is none the can Samuel Gompers of the Democ- from the V. M. C. A. recreation of friends at Nashville. Alliance for Labor and less a season for serious conUntil you hear the Steger and in army cantonments. and centers compare its tone, make no detemplation of heavenly things and racy to combat Miss Irene Gllhooley had Miss This Is the vile sheet pacifism within the 'federated labor cision as to which talking for earnest preparation for the comrun by Socialists for financial pur- Anna Leonard as a visitor the past you intend to buy. Once week at' her home in Jeffersonville. ing of Christ into our liearts on ranks. The pacifists started a bit- poses only. you hear the Steger you will ter fight against President Gomsurely profer it. Christmas morning. Mrs. Margaret and Susie Kirwan pers, but were overwhelmingly de A Baptist paper tells of a preacher visited at North Vernon last week, feated. President Gompers scored In Brown county, Indiana, who the guests of Mrs. Mary Dawson. A CITY ASSET. the Socialists who sought to dis- makes converts by 'handling rattle uMrs. Effto Swagar Sherley's credit the American Federation of Congressman. snakes. Possibly his hearers think have returned Lloyd aand daughter visit to Mr. from accession to the Chairmanship of Labor by starting the Western they see snakes. and Mrs. J. L. Lynch at Tell City. Appropriation. Committee in the Labor Union, the I. W. W. and the House of Representatives is quite finally the People's Council. The Today we celebrate the Feast of Mr. and Mrs. Edw. J. Bosler a boost for Louisville and the State fake labor organization that calls the Immaculate Conception, which were among the visitors spending Thanksgiving week at West Baden of Kentucky. In his long service Itself the I. W. W. is only an off- is a holy day of obligation. Springs. Swagar Sherley has shoot from the radical Socialists. In public life been true to the Government and We do not look for loyalty in its your Christ Don't Hoovorizo on Mrs. P. O'Connor and Miss Grace people alike, and men of all parties ranks. Nor do we look for loyalty mas donation to the St. Vincent do O'Connor, of Deer Park, have returned from a month's stay at Moare Justly proud of the deserved among the Socialists who went on Paul Society. bile, Ala. promotion. record as opposed to the war. The COMING EVENTS. Mrs. W. E. Leachman and Master Bolshevik! of Russia are the counCHURCH SPINAL COLUMN. Walter Leachman, who were guests Pay No Money For Thirty Days terparts of these organizations in December 14 Cantata by Holy of Mrs. J. K. Leahy, have roturned The Catholic church today ex- Europe. They do not represent Pay Cash Only For n Few Rosary pupils in school hall, Fourth to their home at Springfield. erts no influence on the politics labor in this country, no matter and Park, 8 p. m. Records You Select. Miss Mary Dally and Mrs. Julia of the United States, but that does how loudly they may claim to speak 6 January Annual charity Vermillion, of Lemons, Mo are not mean that she does not possess for the laboring classes. American social of Ladies' Sewing Society for visiting their cousins, tho Misses This Beautiful Steger Talking it, declares an able and 'forceful labor is loyal in this crisis. There St. Anthony's Hospital. HaU man, of 2130 Portland avenue. Machine placed In your home A Is no mistaking that fact. But now writer in the True Voice. FOR 30 DAYS CATHOLIC ORPHAN SOCIETY. ieut. Paul Doherty, who Is vls- great, silent, conservative force, the that labor is on record the country Freo of Expense hls father, Dr. William B. Catholic church Is today the spinal should be ready to concede a living The individual branches of the'BS mtuiii: ty, will leave 'for Camp Custer No Deposits Required on column of American democracy, wage to every worklngman. It is Catholic Orphan Society will el t Battle Creek, Mich., next Satur Talking Machines enemy or an- high time to abandon the old their officers on Sunday, Decern day. the recognized respective places 16, at internationalism economic fallacy that labor may be meeting.theirEach branch will also archism, socialism, Casey Miss and every other "ism" that aims purchased as cheaply as possible elect a Trustee, who will represent number Loisfriends on entertained a & Thanksgiving of belike any other commodity. The very the branch on the Central Board. day at her home In New Albany in to aubvert the institutions queathed to us hy the founders of life of the laborer Is given in his The Trustees will meet the first honor o'f Miss Stella Hlgglns, of INCORPORATED In January the the American republic. Our ablest work, and to place that on the Sunday of the Centraland elect The 6 West Walnut St. officers Board. statesmen and experienced students same plane as other commodities is general meeting of the entire memH. T. Fischer, D. H. Bowman, G. ndqimrters for Talking Maof political conditions in America to debase human life itself. A liv- bership will be Jhold the third Sun H. Stansberry and H. L. Ogle were chines and Records recognize that fact, and reverence ing wage paid to every laborer will day of January. All annual reports among the Louisville people seen In must be made at this meeting. Open evenings until Xmas. New York City during Thanksgivthe Catholic church as a stormwall do much to assure the loyalty of ing week. 25c Hear our Double-Dis- c against the restless tide of political labor to the nation. We can not CAMP TAYIiOK NEWS. Record the greatest achieveexpect oppressed slaves to be loyal Innovations that had their origin Mrs. Wlnthrop S. Wood, of Jefment in record making. Camp Taylor soldier boys have fersonville, has returned from South in despotic and autocratic lands to anything. not forgotten their religious duties, Bend, where she visited her sons, where law meant oppression, and as may bo drawn from the fact Robert and Page Wood, who are IGNORANT INSOLENCE. ordered liberty was a thing unthat on Sunday all of tho Knights attending Notre Dame, known. Using the word in its The daily papers recently carried or (joiunmus ouuaingis were mica Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. O'Con highest an1 best sense, the Cath- a dispatch from London quoting a to their capacity. At the anas3 at INCORPORATED 9 o clock Post Chaplain Raphael tor announce the engagement of olic, church has an influence on paper there which editorially called Grashoff officiated and music was, 'their daughter, Miss Ruth Elizabeth Clean Grocery Stores. the politics of the world, and of upon the Pope to declare himself for xurnisnea at tne second mass hy a" O Connor, to Joseph Albert Osborne he Best For Less.'' this nation, which no other relig- one sldq or the other in the world choir composed of Private Herbert The wedding will take place this denomination can pretend to war. The editor had 'probably been Turner as organist, Lieut. Don month. ious Goods delivered free anywhere Miller, Sergts. Farrls and O'Malley within six blocks of our stores. claim. It is the influence of solid "seeing things" and suspected Bene- and Privates Holmes, Kqsper, Mlsch Thanksgiving After spending worth which the true patriot ad- dict XV. of partiality toward Aus- and Hart. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Three hundred people registered T. Fitzgibbon, on Sixth street, Mrs. mires and respects and which the tria. The facts upon which this as visitors at the Auditorium on Jams F. Hoye and eon left Saturenemy of liberty and social order suspicion was based were not stated, route If cordially Tetests." When we come so we have no means of knowing Sunday. his visitors continue to day for New York, en Conn. to her building swarm Secretary home In New Haven, to consider politics In Its lower as- their value. It is more than likely, Doyle says that he will soon have t and Mrs. J. E. Flynn pects, then the Catholic church Is however, that the editor had no to buy a now register. "The more the engagement of their conspicuously absent. She leaves facts at hand. He was just sus- the merrier" is his motto. ans-NORTON BUILDING Manna ustner Private Stephen - Pullman was aaugnter, Hint field to the sects. picious, and never troubled himself received into the faith last Sunday, Flynn, to Dr. John H. Schutz, of N.W. Corner Fourth and Jeffersof when he was baptized by Chaplain Llnd, Wash. The wedding will be to look for facts. PLAIN FAKES. What puzzles tho True Voice Is Rawllnson just before the second solemnized at home December 26. their friends at 330 BIrchwood mass. The Post Chaplain will hold Miss Hazel Suilivan has returned Just now it seems that a number why American editors sljould repro- Instructions for young men wishing Normal School, at of our cities are suffering from a duce the ravings of this British in- to join the church on Monday and to the State Mr. and Mrs. George Smith anTerro Haute, after spending the dividual without a word of com- Friday nights of next week. plethora of seers. These ladles Thanksgiving vacation with "her nounce the marriage of their daughSergt. A. of the ment. Surely they were in a positer, they are nearly all the female of police, is painting and decor- - parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Sulli- John Miss Rose Naomi Smith, to Richard Barry. The marriage the species & gree to tell "suckers" tion to know how baseless were the latlng the chapel during his spare van, East Market street, New was t solemnized quietly Thanksgivthe past, present and future of charges against the Pope's neu- moments. ing afternoon at St. Patrick's Now that football is a came to Did they suppose their life. The fact that they keep on trality. Mi-- , and Mrs. John E. Cole, of church, the Rev. Father James P. be laid aside until next fall, the officiating. advertising Is pretty good evidence leaders were also well enough in- soldier boys are planning to Cronln Immediately fill out Jeffersonville, were hosts Thursday that they are not lacking In vic- formed to properly characterize the these long winter evenings with evening at a shower in honor of after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Miss Goldle Kendall, whoso mar Barry left for St. Louis, where they tims. Of course Catholics are not London dispatch? We doubt it. In basketball. riage to Walter Murphy was sol- will make their home. we doubt whether some of the At the mass celebrated by Chan- permitted to make freo with these fact Tuesday evening at St. Mahoney 100 emnized bulldlne No. "jolliers." In a sermon on "Im- editors were not as ignorant as the lain the soldierin boys received 2 holy .ugustlnes church. TRINITY'S ELECTION. of morality" a few Sundays since, majority of their readers as to the communion. Breakfast was served A well attended and live meetThe marriage of Miss Anna Mere Archbishop Glennon, of St. Louis, falsity of the London dispatch. They by tho Queen's Daughters afte dith and Joseph O Connor was sol- ing of Trinity Council, Y. M. I., of his hearers should have known better; but they the second mass. . called the attention emnized quietly at the Sacred Heart took place Monday night, at which Among spirit mediums did not. We would rather suppose thronged tho many visitors that rectory on Wednesday evening of time the following officers to these were building No. 2 was Rob- last week, the Rev. Patrick Walsh elected for tho year 1918: and roundly scored, them, Baying that they- - erred through ignorance ert Wulf, who had charge of the officiating. Mr. and Mrs. O'Connor Chaplain Rev. J. A. O'Grady. their work "is mixed up with than that they deliberately and with erecting of tho Knights of Colum- left for a wedding trip In the West. President V. K. Ecker. malice aforethought bus building here. He was creatlv published a fraud, delusion, mental suggestion First Vice President B. J. Ostor-hol- t. with work that the Secre The marriage of James F. Cuslck, and even commercialism." The dispatch giving quotations which pleasedare doing. taries of this city, and Miss Anna Christine Second Vice President Kirwin Archbishop referred to the decree they knqw to be false. Those who helped Secretary Hill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JJatman. We have noted that it was not Kelly take care of her church "prohibiting of the the large number George Hill, will be solemnized this Recording Secretary Theo. people from resorting to these ab- until this war was entered upon of (visitors to his building on Sun- morning at the Church of the Im- Henle. that writers for the press in Eng- day were Corp. John Dooley and maculate Conception, Rev. J. P. normal and futile ways of seeking Financial Secretary C. Edward sergt. uostello and Frase performing tho ceremony Mueller. information of those beyond the land cared much to have the Pope and McAtee. Grand Messrs. Clines and celebrating Knight the nuptial mass. Corresponding Secretary J. Will-lagrave." "We have a number of on their side. They never courted also was there to help. Hommrlch. George Redmond, of Medora. Ill- like his favor until they had something people," said His Grace, "who Miss Clara Louise Mueller and Treasurer Charles E. Slevert. to knock at tho door of the dead tangible to gain by It. When the arrived Sunday to take a position Walter Gates Terstegge were quietly Marshal John McDonnell. as assistant secretary was as afternoon in Joseph Feld- Inside Sentinel and ask their spirits to come back British Government sent a diplo- signed to building No. andwith Sec married Wednesday James church. 2 the rectory of St and tell them what they know of matic representative to the Vatican retary Kelly. He Is a former news After an informal supper at the kamp. Outside Sentinel J. H. Hoffmann. their land. This has been resorted at the beginning of the war the paper man and upon his shoulders home of tho bride's parents, Mr. A. a. Executive Committee very papers and Mrs. Otto Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. Schneider, Chairman: John L. Cun- that are new so will fall the publicity work. to by people who have little faith ,WIth the assistance of Corp. Terstegge left far Ashovllle, N. C, lffe, John L. Timmel, E. J. Cooney, In the beyond, or whose faith is solicitous to havo the Pope pro Schllmeyer and Private Hugh Mur- w'hera they are spending two weeks. Paul E. Bowling. permeated with a bit of curiosity. nounce in favor of England opposed phy a large choir is expected to be Collector Joseph Mayer. The marriage of Miss Garnett But they can never satisfy the the move. Now they want to dic- moulded together for the Christmas The Trinity Duck Pin League, Elizabeth Saffold and Ormsby masses. promptings of a soul that is truly tate to the Pope from their musty Gray, Jr., was solemnized on which operated during the summer spiritual and earnestly seeks the sanctums. Pope Benedict has had Wednesday afternoon of last week months, will have a howling party OATnOUO PATRIOTISM. It Is to God we a hard position to fill during the truth of God. at the recory of St Louis Bertrand and smoker this evening on Trinity's alleys, which havo attained Rev. cemmend our spirits and they are three years that he has sat on tho St Peter's Cathollo church, Dor- church, the After Father Baxter short wedding great popularity with followers of holy keeping." Archbishop throne of Peter. He has kept the chester, Mass., last, week obtained a trip Mr. and Mrs. a Gray will make the 'game. in his flag with stars. The Olennou gives us the truth, the scales even thus far and has not service patriots is 450 nearly com- their home with the groom's par not SODALITY RETREAT. Inclined himself to one side or the list of 600 whole truth and nothing but the plete; stars are expected by ents, Any old laker can hold other. His children are fighting on January 1. St. Francis de Sales' truth. Tho annual retreat for the Young Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schimpeler Mass., floats announce your hand, close her eyes and say, both sides In this war, and he can rectory, Charles-townthe marriage of their son, Ladies' Sodality of St Louis a parish flag with 241 stars. The fernest which opened Schimpeler, to church, get o and so," and the person not condemn them nor cut them off Sacred Heart church, East Boston, Francis who hand is being held is certain from the unity of the great Catholic on TnanKsgiving erected one witl Miss Carmen Meetayer, of New Or Wednesday evening in preparation last Saturday at nuptial high for the Feast of the to hear ome truth in the recital. church. It is on behaRf of hie chil- 250. The Puritans of Massachusetti leans, at St. Ann's- church, of that Conception, will close Immaculate today. mass It can gueac a good deal. We dren in every land, and not for ild much to get us liberty.- The city. The eouple will visit their was conducted by the Rev. J. A. Aaron Catholics who have supplanted them shall tarn soon enough all about those of any one nation, that he we doing more than any other part parents here during the Christmas Dempsey, O. P., of St. Rose Priory home to at Springfield. holidays nd will Of the part w.awde hie hktorleal plea for peace. of the country in maintaining it the future life. wvwwviwvww4v SOCIETY. I vwwvvwvvvvvwvwvwvi mniMtmnnt'Hi't imittwwwt ANNOUNCEMENT! SUITS AND OVERCOATS correctly j; designed and faultless in tailoring. Special designing gives them a distinctive ness that is quickly recognized and -' ft Book wis "S shim-hw- h STEGER Kath-erln- ; anti-Cathol- ic ma-chl- appreciated. Army Men We should sell all the Uniforms that are being sold in this Cantonment, simply from the fact that we are selling all '' - - Uniforms at Absolute Cost. Ready for immediate delivery. See for yourself and then compare our prices with any concern in the city. ;; ;; 15-1- Cunning, Lewis & Brotzge CLOTHING SPECIALISTS NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON , Smith 304-30- Nixon Co. I W''WiW"l''''I-"I'-I'MBKf- Mulloy's New Blend Coffee Jl Lbs. 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We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. - xbo:&x American 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, g6lDKN MACARONI, . AGS BRAND MACHINE DRIED and Jewelry Make the Most Appreciated SPAGHETTI, 5c and 10c Packages NOODLES. AND BETTER TO EAT Good CLEANER TIIAN MEAT ALL GROCERS. Nothing just as good. Accept no substitutes. omsusoDMCA. Guitars. OUR SUPERB ASSORTMENT. R. BAUDE, JEWELER, . Reecrvcd on Part Payment. 300 Weet Market SEE Street. . CHILE PARLOR FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN 110 South Eighth Street. So we Phono City 3998 H. W. CONTRACTING ENGINEER Steam and Hot "Water Beating and HOME Highest Cash Prices Paid for Horses, Cattle and Hogs At Yoar Premises. Also Tallow and Grease. LOUISVILLE RENDERING COMPANY Incorporated Homo Phono City 721 M River Road, East of SOUTHERN Cut-O- ff Cumberland Main 721 PEOPLES PROVIDENT A8S0CTATX9X Incorporated. was organized by n cltlseaa to make well-know- NEWMAN B AX'S PLACE 1 STAR" SLICED BACON '& Sanitary Plumbing OFFICE: 440 S. SECOND LOUISVILLE, KY. CEDAR STREET Ready for Your Griddle la the Morning" LOANSon - Box Horan, Prop. City 2038 Hwae Phone, City 2845 Prop. 421 EAST JEFFERSON STREET AUG. P. RATH, LOUISVILLE, KY. Mala 9363 L. Proprietor HAMfl, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. (Incorporated.) Home Phone Shawnee HENRY GOSS LOWEST BATES. Coleman Bide., 8. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. furniture and other personal erty at Both Phones. 2886. pr- - BATH'S CAFE JOS. DRIES. CLOSING REASONABLE OPPOSITION. IN. tot SAM L. ROBERTSON ti FINE WINES AND LIQUORS THIRTEENTH AND MARKET STS. WHITEHALL BUFFET MUST BE FREE. authority if or the administration of Both Phones 2406 Homo Phone, City 1140 the sacraments from the Bishop at & 0 0. 0. "Ireland must bo a freo and in T. E. YANN DAHIY COMPANY Cardinal Gibbons' opposition to a the head of the diocese in which he JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. nation-wid- e prohibition is based happens to reside. It was due to dependent republic," declared the Adolph Rcutllngcr OAFE AND LIQUOR BOUSE Headquarters for Rev. John J. Wynne, S. J., whoso of this that Jug and Bottle Trade A Specialty INSURANCE upon 'well grounded opinioncan the appointed. the chaplain general was herculean labors as INCORPORATED not learned prelate that you TORNADO, LIABILITY AND COY AND FARM PROPBBTT. 407 EAST JEFFERSON ST. of that colossal literary monument legislate morality into a people. He PLATE GLASS Near Preston See us about anything in real of the century, the Catholic En0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. ENJOYS THESE COLUMNS. recommends ths passage or laws - - - KENTUCKY 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET LOUISVILLE cyclopaedia, are known and recog estate. We soil, buy and rent. that would look toward the perma 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. nent forming of habits of temperEdward H. Bossmeyer, of 1345 nized the world over. Father Wynne Homo Phono, City 1533 Both Phones 4203 Both Phones ance. The Cardinal has the cour- Second street, the well known tenor gave expression to this truly AmeriHome Phone City 4464. POULTRY FOOD AND Automobile Repairing age of his convictions and is brave singer, says tthat it pays to read close can principle at the monthly session OHAB. ANSON SUPPLIES GEO. F. BREITENSTEUf enough to "speak out" whatever ho the columns of tho Kentucky Irish of tho New York Chapter of tho Phono City 2771 MACHINE CO. on Poultry and Knights of Columbus, hold in Now Free Advice Successor to C. Molter believes, even if it clashes with so American, as in perusing the news Pet Diseases Engines, Pumps, Elevators and popular a movement as that of In these columns last week lie York recently. In scathing terms 0. T. THOMAS & CO. the distinguished Jesuit denounced BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY General Aiaciuncry Repairs nation-wid- e SHOP prohibition. discovered that ho was the winner tho malignant efforts of those who Special Attention Given Promptly Attended To Picnics and 210 WEST MARKET STREET Rev. Ignatius Smith, the noted of a watch awarded by the St. Vin3 SHOP: EAST MAIN ST. Dominican, tells why the Catholic cent de Paul's Conference of St. woro trying to cast aspersions on Weddings. Ice Cream and Sherbets Quick Delivery 530 WEST JEFFERSON STREET, loyalty of Catholics, especially 310 south phrston ht church hais not allied itself (with Louis Bertrand's church, this helng tho Homo Phono City 6085 Catholics of Irish blood in America. Phone City 4803 Phono City 5692 prohibition, but will ever preach tho first intimation of his good Louisville, Ky. "Wo have entered ithe war," he P. FREDERICKS B. Platoff, Brest. temperance (for all. Father Smith news. said, "for our own American ideals AUTO ENGRAVERS I. Bush, Dealer in writes: and not for the ideals of any other LAUNDRY AND REPAHl SHOP "The Catholic church has not al FORTY nOURS. PLATOFF & BUSH RB3TAL, RAGS, nation. Tho President put this IRON, SCRAP SOILLIOII ENGRAVING COMPANT Incorporated lied itself with the prohibition clearly for freedom and democracy, John McQuany, Prop. OLD BOTTLES, ETC. GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND movement, as tvc know It in this The Forty Hours devotions will not for ono nation, but for all naARTISTS, ENGRAVERS Paper Stock A Specialty country, because she sees so much be held next at St. Mary's church, tions, bljf and small. Why clamor Cars Washed, Polished, Oiled and BULLDERS ELECTROTYPERS 6 SOUTH FLOYD STREET in it that Is not Catholic, because Eighth and Cedar, opening with about Repaired and not about Special Attention To Repair Work 335 W. Main St., Bet. Market and Jefferson 313 West Kentucky Street Louisville, Ky. of her experience with human nature high mass tomorrow morning and Poland? Why clamor about BelEstimates cneenuiiy irurnisnoa for the last nineteen Rev. gium and not about Iroland?" LOUISVILLF, KY. until Tuesday. Phone 6593 hundred continuing OFFICE, 120 WEST GREEN ST. 4. Home Phone City 5674 years, and because of her recogni- Father Westerman will direct the Father Wynne advocated free and tion of the rights and liberties of services and bo assisted by a num- open discussion in the press and on GLOBE SECURITY & LOAN CO. Phono 2543 W. R. TISCHENDORF TO, AUGUSTUS human nature. She believes in pro- ber of local priests. tho platform of all these matters. Incorporated HUBER'S BAKERY in England, Ho said Englishmen hibition for the man who does not LUMBER COMPANY Contractor of Excavating, AU CONFECTIONERY A. Lazar, Manager scholars and writers, had declared know how to use alcoholic drinks NOVELTY NIGnT. Wedding and Birthday Cakes My republic. How Money Advanced on Your Plain Note In favor of an Irish Kinds of Conin moderation, for the man who Specialty. Assorted Candles. can not afford to indulge in them 313 AVest Jefferson Street Next Wednesday night will be could it be treasonable hero to do crete and Wrecking. thing? Closing, ho said: Two Stores and for the man who is freely novelty night at the Knights of the same (Second Floor) willing to sacrifice such pleasure. Columbus and Dr. O. F. Metcalf, "Persistent attacks on certain men Homo Phone City 2967 1404 Preston. 745 E. Jefferson Homo City 20CO 800 E. Walnut elseand She has always counseled and ad- Chairman of the Entertainment of our race in New York citizenship Meyer Goldberg vised her children to practlco total Committee, announces that many where, attacks on their M. A. Goldberg abstinence; she has always thun- surprises are In store for tho mem- and their loyalty to America, are nOLLENBACH'S WINE HOUSE LOUISVILLE AUTO PARTS CO. FRANK OAMFEELD evidence to without a particle of dered against the abuses of liquor. bers. Karl A. Hollenbach, Prop. 518 East Market Street back them up. Tho attacks on men SALOON She has always recognized that Importer and Dealer In of our race in this country are not Wo Carry All Kinds of Parts for many men can use moderately and EARNED A PENSION. of American inspiration. They orAutomobiles Write Us. Johnson and Main Streets without Injury to themselves, their WINES AND LIQUORS beyond the sea. These atHighest Prico Paid for ramuies, their religion or the Attorney Tom Walsh told the fol- iginatemust stop." If need be, he Phono City 4846 tacks 144 South TIdrd Street Old Automobiles State, alcoholic liquors. She has lowing story at a meeting the other said, lie would organize a nationPhono City 7798 Home Phone 1191 always recognized that many men night: wide campaign himself against the BARRETT FURNITURE CO. can practice ordinary virtue with "A woman applied lor a pension Blanderous attacks on men of the J. G. PULLIAM JACK SHERIDAN out resorting to heroic measures. the other day and the pension ex- Irish race, than whom none were New and Used 4 And in consideration of these men aminer asked why she thought her- more loyal to America. MOVLNG AND PACKING FURNITURE EAGLE OAFE AND POOL ROOM she has never attempted to forco self entitled to a pension. EVERY THING DRY. Stoves, Store and Offico Fixtures Motor Truck Express prohibition upon her children. The " 'My husband and I fought all BOOKLET FOR THE SOLDIER. Bought, Sold or Exchanged. N. W. Cor. Seventh and Market Fifteenth and Oak church has lived to see hundreds through tho war,' was the reply." PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY 120 East Market Street of Teform measures come and go. Tho Central Bureau of the Cen231 West Green Street Cumb. Phone Main 2019 Phones: City and South 1813 Phone City 3608 Many of them were good. But there CONGRESS IN SESSION. tral Veretn has published a very Home Phono City 9130 Home Phone City 2564 was nothing good in them that had timely llttlo Christmas booklet for not been provided for in the cataThe long session of the present our soldiers and sailors entitled -l-M"M"M"M"M"I' M -H of the logue of the church's virtues. And Congress convened this week, and "Tnv " Tt In h RMnnd rest assured that when tho present It is expected that the session will soldiers' and sailors' series, "Who ono oi tne most prohibition wave has subsided and last until September, 1918. One Goes There?" Starts a Savings Account with this safe, conservative, Bank, to which you can sources the whole programme of puhllc considerable task of the coming ses- prolific nnifUnfi. of spiritual danger dd $1.00 or more at any time. We add absolute safety and 8 per cent. No cost to you whatever :: action has swung to another 'cure sion will be to correct and enlarge tn rfho anil sailor are tho The same courteous attention given the depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,00. for all,' the church. Dloddlnc alone- the war legislation of tho special many temptations to melancholy and blues whlcli come in tne tram oi in her unostentatious and calm way, session. 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, homesickness and loneliness. To will still he preaching temperance State Government Supervision counteract these and to give a Under th Big Clck Second and Market ror an, and total abstinence for NICE BUtTnDAY GD7T. healthy and joyous outlook on Hfo those that need it or want it." latest addition Patrick Gallagher gave now sta- is Uie purpose of this literature. A HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY THIS A PLOT? tions of the cross to St. Mary's to soldier welfare this latest pubof church at Hanover, Iowa, in honor special feature Central Bureau, some of tho IHOICJBj8 Can it be that thn flotlnn nf of his one hundred and tenth birth- lication beautiful reflecvery DrVISION 3. few corner .boys in Irish cities and day anniversary. Impressive serv- tions pertinent and give suggestions on Christmas, Homo City 200S X large towns, ana the mouthings of a ices were held Sunday when the Climb. Main 2998-- a First and third Fridays, Hibernian truly anerry Christmas In tho for a few 0 Home, Portland. individuals who stations were erected and blessed. Like best sense of thtj word. want to "doso" at the exnonss of the first of this series, "Thrift," President John M. Riley. their country's cause, are being WILL CCME nOME. "Joy" sells at five cents a copy. Vice President Tim O'Leary. magnmea tnrough the press, news They may bo had on application to i Recording Secretary John Maragencies and otherwise In order to Mniirlp.o TTnn. Francis Ecan. the Central Bureau of tho Central tin. prejudice the real caiiKn nf TrinV American Minister to Denmark, Verein, 201 Temple building, St. Secretary Financial John J. liberty, now in the most crucial who recently underwent a surgical Louis. Brodorick. stage or. an its history? oneration. Is convalesclne and ex It does Treasurer Daniel J. Dougherty. seem strange that thn Sirm pvin pects to leave Copenhagen for TREE 4,000 YEARS OLD. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Pat Begley. "bugaboo is being foisted now on the America, so as to 'De nomo ior LISTEIT Product of Farm, Factory Sentinel Thomas Noono. and Mine Have eve oi tne expected report of the Christmas. of the big trees in X Am Selling' At Doubled In Price Bat AL.JS. SMITH, PROP. When one the Old Price. lnsn constitutional convention and California fell John Mulr counted Miimfru- a nnn also at a time when by this damnavIthtb frnm the "heart out. DIVISION 4. HOLDS 050 STARS. ble DrODacanda Ireland mlp-hInco Meets second and fourth Monday, That means the tree was forty cen strong her best friend in the councils of The largest service flag erected in turies old. Thus It was a Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. the nations that will follow tho Washington since war was declared young tree when Abraham went A FUBX3 KATUBAX, X.SAF SMOXXNO President Thomas Lynch. TOBACCO war. Is there a machiavellian band last April will be unfurled Decem- Into Egypt; It was bearing seed Vice President John J. Barry. BOTF PHONES 810. at Work somewhnrn THE PIPE LOVERS DELIGHT ber 9 on the campus of Georgetown when Sodom and Gomorrah were Financial Secretary Thomas J. rich, A scenes? Chicago Citizen. ' University, on the hilltop. The flag destroyed; it was old as America flavor. dellclously burner. natural cigar Langan, 734 West Oak. .. good Direct pure stars, one for every when Joseph was sold into Egypt, producer Ato consumer. Guaranteed from will bear 650 Recording Secretary William P. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. J BISHOP" THIRTY YEARS. graduate nearly a thousand years old when from all adulterations. To all parts McDonogh. Georgetown student or package Goliath, and older of the United States, now In tho sorvlco of his country. David slew Treasurer John F. Burke. Right Rer. M .F. Burke, Bishop Patriotic exercises will precede the when Christ was born than the by parcel post, prepaid, Sorgeant-at-Arm- 3 Thomas of tho diocese of St. Joseph, Mo., flag raising and addreses will be Christian religion Is today! Paper observed the thirtieth anniversary delivered by Government officials Mill. 100 pounds, P. O. B. Owensboro, Ky., mMVMMUiUMUMMMMmUMVmHMUMMHUHVMUMHI Sentinel M. J. McDermott. of his consecration recently. by freight or express, $30.00 He and prominent alumni, of the uni3971-- y HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN was born in Ireland in 1845 and was versity. FOR WOMAN'S EYE. brought to America early in life by his parents, who settled in ChiUNIVERSITY TRUSTEES. One jacket does now for many cago. He was educated in that city SORGHUM skirts. and at Notre Dame University after At the recent meeting In WashKXTBA FANCY NEW Winter skirts are short and decompleting his theological course ington of tho Trustees of tho Cath Pure and unadulterated Table Syrup. at the American College, Rome, olic University three new members cidedly narrow. Short Crop. Rush your order In at Long pendant earrings are tho once. Our sorghum Is of a standard where he was ordained in 1875. He were appointed. They are the produced In a very few vicinities which served in the Chicago dioceso until Right Rav. Dennis J. pougherty, voguo for evening wear. nave a whlto sandy soil that produces 1887, when he was consecrated Bishop of Buffalo; Right Rev. mild a superior golden Special jersey silk makes separate flavor. Shipments will color and about commence Bishop of Cheyenne, Wyo., from Owen B. Corigpn. Auxiliary Bishop peasant blouses that have met with October 16th. iJ&JCaixx which see he was in of Baltimore, and James A. Farrell, agreeable reception. PUT TJF ON THE FARM IN that of St. Joseph in 1893. President of the United States Steel have It is no longer necessary to or a Ho. 3 Sealed C&na 24 per Case $7.30 Corporation. n ormt hat matches a skirt 6 Ho. 10 Friction Top Palls per Case CELEBRATE CENTENARY. 1 8j 1 1 blouse that matches either. 96.00 H i 8 1 III I U I M3I BISHOP OF KERRY. 8 Ho. 10 Friction Top Palls per Case Next January 6 it will be one Bags grow larger and larger as M. i. BANMN, 98.00 P. IANM0N, JR., T. H. MERIMEL hundred years since. Bishop Du Very Rev. Dean O'Sulllvan, V. G., well as more gorgeous,' and they Save freight by ordering an eight Viet Pnt. I Triu. rtK. t up. Bourg took up his residence in St. of Tralee, County Kerry, Ireland, carry many things besides knitting. bucket case as freight will not cost any more than freight for six bucket Louis. The event will be celebrated has been appointed Bishop of Kerry, One must have a touch of ermine cases. as the centennary of tho episcopate in succession to the late Right Rev. In evidence somewhere this season. Za Barrel lots, at 80o per ffalloa In B. In that city, although St. Loula was John Mangan, gallon' barrels, F. It is Yery attractive and generally 65 and 60 Haweivllle, Hartford, O. and Oweasboro, not canonlcally erected as a diocese omlng. Kentucky. Xeitchfleld, until eight years later, in 182. ms POINT OF VIEW. T PBIOBS WRITE FOB The fur muff lined with velvet ; ; Sewer tatf Calvert Pipe. Fifth ADDRESS ALL ORDERS TO is far the warmest for the hands. GENERAL ARMY CHAPLAIN. "Mike, didn't you tell me on lauaen's Pateat Uiiai Pipe far Steam Ceaiaits. Velvet outlasts both, satin and silk J you have a brother who. is Wall Ceaiatf. Drain Til. YUricuj .l,v r lining. -- j . , " Wine year key am eaaeattea that . . "' Tope Benedict Bishop?" asked the contractor. has announced KaottsvUIe, Kentucky prepare tsm xer uie. Tho ilow flat heel is noted on tho A cire rraeaag, riae Liaiag, fire arica through Cardinal Gibbons and the "Yes, sor, I did that." O. Money majority of walking shoes, but for Make all P.Phllpot. Ky. Orders on. urate aafl leiler Tile, Greaad Fire Clay, Calaaey Papal Delegate at Washington the you are a "And here ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE appointment of Bishop Patrick J. Well, things of thla life are not the dress shoe tho high Cuban or OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON peasant blouse Is a more graceful Hayes, Auxiliary Bishop of New equally divided, are they, Mike?" French heel still leads. IIS W. Breaavay, Seatarllle, Hy. For Christmas gifts buy things garment than a wash blouse that York, as general chaplain, "No, sor," replied the Irishman, of tho gUMli MAIN 507. vi i t t numi Catholic prieets in the United shouldering hie hod and starting that are useful and that will bring ends at the waist line and breaks CenducUd by the Xaverlaa Brothers. Seieatlfle aad Buelaeea WORKS Magnolia Ave., Bet. 9Mt and lOtfc. 2 States army and navy. It is up the ladder: "lndade they is not. real happiness and fill real wants, the flgure.at the very point where Classical, Preparatory Departmeet, Larffe 13tk cad Brack. It should 'he smoothed over and Oeurses, Feel, Well Baulpved Oyaaa-eliu- t. stated that Catholic discipline re- Poor felly! He couldn't do this to but avoid extravagance and waste. BwlmsalBr 1 1 iMHI I 1 1 IHK Women have learned that the flattened. quire that every prleat must get sara his loife, sor!" H"M"l"'t Mil H-- 1 1 (km Meiwita, Bro. Janea, EMr, HENRY LAUER REUTLINGER FIRE CONTRACTOR FOR auxTEKxxa, SPOUTnra ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WORK TIh Roofs Repaired and Painted 1316 S. Twonty-sixtSt. ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY. Home Phone Shawnee 368 1011 'Weit Broadway, toaUvllla, Xj, soarxxo, 'jt i editor-in-chi- ef 608-51- HALLER'S PET 731-73- REAL ESTATE Sec.-Trea- s. 214-21- Alsace-Lorrai- ne MWlr',M - - - - D'OUGHERH & McELUOH l't I Sixty-on- e year-ol- d - GERMAN INSURANCE BANK Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH -4 self-conceit- l.l.;..H-!-lM;MH-I"KI"KlH"HH-I- 1818-182- GRAN W. SMITH'S SON TJ Director nfreg f Funeral I and LEmbalmerl t AMERICAN jvii HAVANA JioTil-nr- l Vi S1.00 Dlg-na- n. J- J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. KENTUCKY GERMAN, BANK 822 East 1iV,WWWV Street. llllll t--H l 44-M4-- iR i ., j I BANNON PIPE CO.! CAB-I.O- ,,.. .., I tf. -- i and Market Sis. Louis E Carrico hod-carri- rnuio ad H 1 !? ', JfcCEOrXJOBTXT AlMlltf 5 IRISH JkJS&J&mXGAXZ, 2 j Bacon a sol) -- "" J jWMMMeeeeeeeeew HERMAN STRAUS rouRTH i wco?P0Mrco v SONS(TD MARKET STREET ' iNcnRPnRATFn " " il--M- We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. We dive and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps; HANDKERCHIEFS TTie 2 INluieLBSBejHiil39BQlF ""IfTOaSjwKfcsi 53'Sftj' - JJWr Acceptable Gift Puro Unen Handkcrcldofs; with hemstitched borders; a box 10c of six for $1.10; each Women's Handkerchiefs; with dainty whito and colored embroidered cornors; put up 3 in a fancy box; prices, per 25c box, 50c, 39c and with Women's Handkerchiefs; pretty white and colored embroidered corners; put up 6 in a fancy box; priced at, per box, $1.50, $1.26, 98c, Children's Jnpnncso Silk Handle crclii of s; having pretty print- od pictures la the corners; a regular 10c quality at, each. 7c 4 Handkerchiefs for 25c. Women's Japanese Silk having assorted colored borders; a 15c quality at, 10c each Women's Hasdkcrchlcfs; made of Shamrock lawn with woven em and colored borders broidered corners; a 19c qual ity at, each ISc Women's Handkerchiefs; in plain whito with hemstitched borders and white and colored embroidered corners; a big variety of pattorns; priced at, ach Hand-kcrclilcfs; 4??9KvKEH&flLy TOYLAND Pff S . r iBt$wpy? ViK K and 75c 50c WITH WATER CRAFT CARRY ING FLEEING INHABITANTS. Reports indicate that a great part of the population of Venice is fleeing the city. The Grand Canal. pictureu aDOve, is uneu xo overnowing wnn gondolas ana other craft carrying people evacuating the CANALS OF VENICE JAMMED city. Pure Iilncn Handkerchiefs; with dainty embroidered corners; put up 4 in a fancy box and 08c priced at, per box. Women's Sulss Handkerchiefs; in a pretty, sheer quality of cloth with whito and colored embroidered designs; 3 in a fancy box; priced at, per box, 98c 85c and Initial Handkerchiefs; put up G In a box with 3 different colored initials; wo have a complete lino of initials; a regular 75c box; epecialy priced at, 50c per box Japanese Crcpo Handkerchiefs; with fancy borders and centers, either hemmed or hemstitched; per dozen $2.75; each... .25c 15c, 12 c, 10c convention. The Ladles' Auxiliary gift of ?100 PEACE NOVENA. to tho army camp for chapel pur poses reflects great credit on our Tho novena for peace, which was begun at St. Louis Bertrand church We couldn't suggest anything more appropriate as a Louisville sisters. Father Rawllnson extends a spe- on Thanksgiving evening, will conuseful gift than a comfortable pair of House Slippers or a cial invitation to members of the clude today, the feast of the ImThis novena order to attend masses at Camp maculate Conception. pair of Dress Shoes. has been going on in every DominiZachary Taylor on Sundays. The next big Hibernian event in can church In tho United States, and "EMERSON" "DUCHESS" San Francisco will bo ithe grand Irish all will close the samo day. ice. Shoes for Women on Shoes for Me a ball in the Civic Auditorium MORE TO COME. The Thanksgiving mass of tho January 10. Judge Bernard J. Flood Nature Shape Shoes For Children San Francisco Knights in St. Marys' has charge. The Secretary last Cathedral was attended by hundreds The Ancient Order is tho only granted charters of State more week or Ken for ten Uncle Sam's soldiers and sailors Catholic society In Portland, Ore., tucky coal companies. that has a building of Its own many newly opened mines With tho and boysin from tho Naval Training being op- Station full uniform with their Leading Shoe Fitters. 336 West Market St. suitable for holding its Initiations, erated wethero should be moro coal band. Archbishop 'Hanna preached banquets and dances. need hero, but neverthe- tho sermon. than There are many Hibernians at less additional corporations are beCamp Sherman and Camp Sheridan, ing formed and will soon enter the HOLY ROSARY CANTATA. and they will be remembered by field. the Ladles' Auxiliary of Cincinnati Tho pupils of Holy Rosary Acad with well filled Christmas boxes. DOWN TO WORK. emy win entertain their friends with At tho roll call of Lieut. Kehoe's a performance of "Jack and tho company on Sunday morning it The regular monthly meeting of Beanstalk" next Friday evening, seemed as If the roster of the A. the Catholic Conservation Council December 14, in the academy audiForty-on- e O. H. was read. of the was held at tho Tyler Hotel Tuesday torium, Fourth and Park avenue. 100 men are of tho Catholic faith. evening, Vice Chairman E. J. General admission twenty-fiv- e OUR NEW XMAS LINE cents Timothy O'Sullivan, who died the Cooney presiding. Thero was only and reserved seats fifty cents. Tho a fair attendance, but what was performance will begin at 8 o'clock past week, was tho owner of one TOYS READY FOR tho Fenian raid flags, which he al- lacking in number was counterbal and those attending can ibe assured A complete in advance of" a delightful ways displayed on the occasion of anced in enthusiasm. BUSINESS the St. Patrick's day celebrations report, outlining in detail the work "be done, was offered Ty Manto here. A fine assortment Velocipedes, Automobiles, IX REPUBLIC BUILDING. Cards were played and a social aging Director W. A. Relsert. After session was enjoyed following the discussing the same it was decided Doll Buggies, Trains, Dolls, Steam Engines, While ho has several offers in election of officers by Division 2 to immediately secure an office. of Syracuse on Monday night. There centrally located, so as to take care view, Dr. J. W. Fowler, former Games, Furniture, etc. Is some form of entertainment at of the work to bo done, this location Superintendent Of tho City Hosto be announced as soon as secured. pital, has made no definite arevery meeting. It is also tho intention, a little rangements, and for the present will 68-Pa- ge Archbishop XMAS GIFTS THAT WILL BE APPRECIATED. ?? ch Puro Jjincn Handkerchief ters: for fancy work size 10-inc- and.... 8 1-- Cen- 15c size Puro Linen Handkerchiefs; with hemstitched borders and embroidered corners; in plain white and dainty colors; per 25c dozen $2.85; each1 Imported Swiss Handkerchiefs; of sheer quality material with dainty Madeira and elaborate embroidered corners; per dozen each 35c $2.85 and $3.60; 25c and . h lUj.c mediately began In connection with his priestly work very practical and KNIGHTS 09 most useful work which has made his namo famous in all parts of tho world and, better still, has What They Have Been Doing earned for 'him. tho grateful prayers Lato News That Will of many thousands who ihavo been Members Hero and the Past Week General helped by him. News Notes. HIBERNIANS. MUH Interest MEMORIAL SERVICES. Knights of Louisville Council, elected officers last Columbus, attended tho annual renight. quiem high mass for tho deceased Division 4 will hold its annual members Wednesday morning at the Cathedral. Rev. P. M. J. 'Rock was election Monday evening. Among the Indiana soldiers at tho celobrant of the mass, which was the camp there are many members well attended. of the order. NAZARETH. Tom DIgnan's idea of real enjoyment Is a programme of Irish Today there will bo a reception songs and dances. Sisters of order County President John Hennessy into the and tho of the profession of sevCharity has already gone to work to boom eral members at Nazareth Academy, the St. Patrick's day parade. the head house of the order. In Mayor Rolph will do everything preparation for this solemn occapossible to aid tho San Francisco sion a ten days' retreat has been Hibernians entertain tho national given at the convent. Division 3 $100,000 to tho war fund. Tho service flag presented Omaha Council ha3 fifty-thre- e stars. Nebraska will subscribe over Milwaukee Knights will not begin their war fund campaign until January. At tho last meeting in Wichita, Kas., a class of eighty-fou- r were given tho three degrees. The last Initiation at Little Rock was a memorablo one, thirty-fou- r taking the degrees. mass iiisnop ouea celebrated and confirmed soldiers in tho K. of C. building at Camp Lewis. The candidates who received tho fourth degree in tho Armory at Oswego, N. Y., numbered 130. The Knights of Oklahoma (will tomorrow open a week's State-wid- e drive for war funds for maintaining recreation centers for our soldiers. The service flag presented to tho council at St. Joseph, Mo., represents twenty-si-x members who have gone into the army and navy serv rianos; big lino to select Sandy Andy; a sand toy; put from; $0.00 down to 50c the sand in the hopper and Sandy Doll j 's Trunks; a most com- Andy will do the, rest; $1.00, ...59c plete lino; priced from 1.25 75c and t down to Wngoa Blocks; give tho child $1.00 Velocipedes; steel and rubber plenty to do, $1.75 down. to.25c tires; large assortment; down Tho Kiddio Knr; teaches tho to $2.00 baby to walk, at $1.00 Toy Furniture; whito and oak Oulja Boards; the Egyptian finish; big lino as low as 30c luck boards; lots of fun, answers questions concerning the past and Drums that will stand tho future; largo size $1.23 pounding; every 'boy likes a Busy Andy Trip Hammer; drum; up from 25c works automatically. 40c Wheelbarrows; nice size for Ranger Cannons; just liko tho the youngster. C5c big ones; shoots rubber balls; Grasshopper Tennis Game; comploto outfit, consisting of 6 played with same Tules as out- rubber balls and 6 soldiers and door tennis 08c 1 gunner; complete $1.08 WHEEL TICKETS FOR SIXTY AND HUNDRED NUMBER WHEELS AT THIS OFFICE. gawaaaAgoBt BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNA VOLZ & MICHAEL WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. J Toys IB. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, HyT m m YELLOWSTONE The Great American TAYLOR & WILMAMS INCORPORATED. THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATED 00. WHISKEY LOUISVILLE, KY. Distiller- - Of OLD FORTUNA. SOUR MASH "HOLLENBAOH" PURE RYH 528 W. Main St. LouisriUe, Kjr Christmas Catg, Free Write or call for it. Thousands of articles with illustrations shown. Shop early. fme)??&sfirZi V -- P''P'?HjPy KrSr )JbuA 220 4 Christie in a brief address at tho fortieth anniversary celebration of the order in Port land, Ore., dwelt on tho patriotism of the Irish people and what they had done for America in appreciation of what America had done for them. The Archbishon remarked that this year sees his fortieth anniversary as well' as that of the Hibernians of Portland. MOURN HEU DEATH. sixty-fo- 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. Much More Than Your Money's Worth Original Economy Fabric St. NicHoIaa and Cotden Clow (or .kjrtf. jrcuti and eoau for all ituoii' wear. Honey Cloth 5254 in. Vide. OH to 9 on. to the yd., for hard wear tuiU, coal,. .kirU. etc Ezqulaite SMftterna. permanent finish, guaranteed by u. for durability and fart color. You will feel dreued n all tho time if you wear thee good'. For sale by leading retailer.. LESHER, WHITMAN & CO., Inc., 8B1 Broadway, New York T7i If your dealer doe. not keep them. P. S. Act on thU e. Ju.t cut oat tide ad. tiaata it to a Boalal card, nut vou- - mhi and addreee on it with the name of your dealer and duu It to ua, Wa will aaad htaa him of your raqueat. eamplea at one- - and ad-ad-Icbo Autos and Taxis For Bire BOTH PHONES 2399J service. We are as Give us a trial for first-claclose to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable chauffeurs tar specialty.. Give us a call. ss ' Lee Young Automobile Co. ; SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. Tomorrow ono of the most stately and beautiful churches of A writer In the New York the Middle West, and ono unsurWorld, who witnessed the secret passed in Cincinnati for purity of departure of the famous Sixtv- - lino and perfection of decoration, ninth Regiment of New York, says: will be dedicated. Months and "And Father Duffy, Father years of thought, labor and reFrancis Patrick Duffy, the chap- search have united to conmletn thin lain of the valiant, edifice, which is almost a replica of tender and solicitous, the lather St. Louis Bertrand's, and the result and mother of the 3,700 men of the is a narmony of purposo and deGYMNASIUM EXHIBITION. regiment, went away with many sign that promises to sanctify and A gymnastic exhibition was trlvnn mothers' messages In his heart and glorify its usefulness. When some Monday night by the junior classes none to say goodby but tho World time ago Father Jt J. Hynes built of St. Xavier's College, under the man. h Eighty per cent, of tho the (basement of the Church of St. Regiment are Irish Mary, in Hyde Park, ho roofed it direction of their physical director, Catholics; but tho remainder re over ana neia services there, anticiFred Koster. A large crowd filled vere tho chaplain as well as those pating the day when, through a the gymnasium and showed Its appreciation of tho exercises given who confess to him. Those fellows united people, a fifteenth century of the h worship their Gothic building, such as ho had by the youthful Berformers. Onimtv visualized and dreamed of for Treasurer Thomas D. Clines. class chaplain and he loves them all in years, should lift its classic arches of '99, spoke on the advantnirpn nt return, and while caring for their spiritual wolfaro ho never forgets toward the heavens in praise. Two Physical culture, and nrnrji-n-1 years aero this drenm hnimn in ma those who had begun to continue w impress tnem with tho serious terialize, and now it stands in its the development of their bodv side ,.of . war, the principles for simple Z.7 picture along with their intellectual !ffht mStf lies before him during severity, a amonument of enDuffy realizes charm, . to tho .moral training, as these of his parishioners and qualities go to make up tho type ana his boys 'over there ' He doesn't expect to come back.. 'You a tribute to his own magnetic perof men that our country needs know,' ho said, at parting, 'they're sonality: For the first time in tho killing a great many chaplains over Middle West in a Catholic hnrTi there. The Boche isn't discrimin- the choir of St. Mary's will occupy FATHER DEMPSEY. ating or maybo he is. He seems a place in the chancel, tho oak pews to have a fondness ifor killing being placed below and opposite Rev. Father Derapsey, Tim We have to be In tho organ, each carved in approfounder of Dempsey's Hotel and Altoother philanthropic enterprises in tho field, you know, to be with tho priately symbolic motifs. nn St. Louis for tho benefit of the boys to tho last.' Father Duffy ex- - gether this dedication marks working people, recently attained tended his hand, a wonderful smllo epoch in Cincinnati, both archi- his fiftieth birthday. Born In Klnea illuminating his kindly (face, as he tecturally and progressively, and it county. Ireland, he c.mn in Xm&rloa bioou. on me steps or the train wiu oe witnessed by thousands of an4 to St Louis in 1891 and im- - which was Just pulling out." people, catholic and GALLANT CHAPLAIN. . Sixty-nint- h, Sixty-nintSixty-nint- street, after a short was an excellent a loving wife and mother. a splendid neighbor and charitable and kind to all, and will be greatly missed by many friends and relatives. Mrs. Hynes was a native of Cork, Ireland, and for many years was a leading eodallst of St. Douls Bertrand's churdh. Besides her husband she is survived bv one eon. Thomas Hynes, Jr., and itwo daugh ters, xurs. .nomas J. campion and Miss Anna O. Hynes: three erand- chlldren and two sisters, Mrs. P. uienn and Mrs. Thomas Grant. The funeral was held Wednesday morn ing irom at. gnarles church with solemn hlgn requiem mass by Rov. Father Charles Raffo, assisted by Rev. Fathers Felton and Broy. Twenty-third Mrs. Bessie O'Leary Hynes. aced years, wife of Thomas Hynes, a local commission mor-chadied at her home, 718 South ur Illness. woman, She later, to have an information bureau for tho convenience of strangers when coming to the city. The mothers, wives, or sisters sweethearts of boys at the camp, when coming here on a visit, need to be directed, otherwise they may be imposed upon or fall Into the hands of unscrupulous persons. Later on a request will be made of all Catholic people, regardless of financial circumstances, to try and take care of somo of these strangers by offering rooms and board, lor which they will naturally be compensated. Intlmes like these no one should stand back In taking care of these visitors, as it shows true patriotism and Christian spirit. It was also the understandinc that no contributions would be asked at this particular time, aa other methods havo been devised whereby the expenses may be taken care of for tho present. Tho next meeting will be held Tuesday, De- cemDer 18, at tho Tyler Hotel.. practice medicine hero, having engaged offices in the Republic building. Dr. Fowler's SDlendld serv ices at the hospital have won him endless praise and tho daily press has neon especially commendatory oi nis recoru in public service. GIVEN I DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT FIRST MEDAL. To Patrick McGunigal. son of the late William and Mary McGunigal, of, Youngstown, Ohio, and a graduate of St. Colubma's parish school there, has tho United States navy given the first medal of honor for "extraordinary bravery" during tho present war. McGunigal is a ship's fitter aboard a United States cruiser in the war zone.. His hero-Isin rescuing the pilot of a naval kite balloon from drowning brings him, with tho honor medal, a uift of 100 from the Navy Department. Announcement to this effect has been made in Washington. m F.F.X.L.BEER NONE PURER NONE BETTER i Prompt "Delivery CALL NO. 467 Service?" EITHER PHONE, Sure. I mtta8saa.Mfi.' IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE GOTmO CHURCH TEMPLE. OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE, KY, A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Due to the rreat demand we are now BOTTLING COMUON, and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. 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