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JEWELER Market Louisville, Ky. Above Floyd II. Phone 5510 CHAS. E. SENG LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1917. PRICE FIVE CENTS. II1IIMII.W.WWIMH, -.IW JERUSALEM Ad Holy Iiimd May Bo in Pos- session of Allies At ": 'fl'IS!' v tH3& f&ZZ &sifr. . Christmas. "Wars . Waged For 3,000 Years ' For Control of the Holy Land. Scene of Crucifixion Discovered Under Kcign of Emperor Constantino. INTEREST TO CIVILIZED WORLD The eyes of the civilized world wcro upon Jerusalem and tho Holy Land this week. Tho announcement that tho Allies were in possesstbn camo aa a pleasing surprise to the whole Christian world, as, It means that Jerusalem, city of the God of Peace and Bethlehem, the birthplace HOW PARIS LOOKS FROM A DIRIGIBLE. of our Saviour, will be in Christian Paris seen from a height of 1,000 feet photograoph taken from a approaching Christhands the near dirigible which guards tho city. In the immediate foreground is the mas. Across the bridge tho Pont des Invalldes stands tho Of the many campaigns against Oual d'Orsav. Jerusalem none has been invested Grand Palais des Beaus Arts surrounded by tho Champs Elysess. with more strategic importance than tho present one. Both sides in the tho cross was intrusted to Bishop war fully appreciate that fact, and Macarius. Whether the Bishop was they have picked choice military guided In his selection of tho slto talent to deal with it The defense by not is difficult to Is in charge of a member of the say, tradition or decided that the desired Gorman General Staff, and Turkish place-but ho under Hadrian's Tempio was operations aro thus conducted on of Venus. By imperial order tho high piano of efficiency for temple was removed and a rock-c- the Rumors of the Stanley-Beckha- m Gen. is noted. which Berlin commander, Jowlsh tomb which lay below was Agreement Causing DisAllenby, tho British of the was one of Field Marshal Halg's Identified as the sepulchre of the cussion. Lord. In another cavity on tho Western ehlef assistants east, front, to whom in that field fell rock, 280 feet to tho which three were much of tho preparatory work for crosses wero discovered, to svery important drive by tho Allied assumedJesus bo tho crosses upon which Christ and tho two All Agree That Governor Has forces thieves were crucified, the cross of Jerusalem has so occupied tho Jesus being identified by its power Grown Much tho thoughts of contending human of healing tho sick. Stronger. elements aa to have well earned its Jowlsh records of Jerusalem resobriquet of "center of tho world.' and that tho Turks had surrendered POLITICAL - ut Every great conqueror from Nebuchadnezzar and Alexander tho Great to Napoleon concerned himself with It. The present struggle for posof session is but a continuation experiences to which it has been subject from tho earliest recorded times. show Babylonian influences 1500 B. C. In that century fer to tablets, prior to Ameno-Dhls which Administration Jolts IIT. had extended Egyptian rule He form over Syria, Mesopotamia, Babylonia Public With High Tax and Assyria. That empire fell of Kate. Its own weight. In Hebrew history Jerusalem is first mentioned In con nection with a King of Salem, one Melchldezek, mentioned in Genesis. It was ono of flvo cities of the who succeeded .to Amorites, Egyptian rulo in Southern Palestine. In the Book of Judges tho name "Zlon" ataches to a portion of the olty. The Old Testament relates that tho Tempio was built upon Mount Zlon, whose exact location has always been In dispute. David took possession of Jerusalem, calling it "Ir Dawld," after himself, In 1048 B. C. Solomon's Tempio was completed in 1007 B. C. Tho city was captured by the Egyptians in 972. Senacherlb advanced upon It in 713. Nebuzara-daGeneral ' for Nebuchadnezzar, captured it in 58C. Ho looted and burned the temple. Darius rebuilt it in 51C. The Persians seized it in 350. Alexander the Great visited It in 332 and Ptolemy Soter seized it a few years later. It was plunby dered In 170, and Tecaptured Judas Maccabeus in 165; he rebuilt tho temple. Pompey entered it in the year G6 B. C. andd In 37 Herod tho Great besieged It; ho restored tho tempio in tho year 20. The crucifixion of Jesus is placed In tho year 29 A. D. Vespasian besieged it In the year 70 A. D. and Titus destroyed it in the same year, Hadrian rebuilt It in 135, naming Julian the it Aella Capltolina. Apostate undertook tho restoration of tho tempio In 3G2. Jews aided tho Persian Chosroes in an attack on Jerusalem In G14. Heracllus retook it in C28, and Jews were forbidden to enter the city. A treaty to. preserve tho Holy Sepulchre was signed by Russia, Franco and Turkey in 18G2. Slloam Inscriptions were discovered in A French company opened 1880. railway from Jerusalem to Jaffa a In 1892. In 1898 Kaiser William visited Jerusalem in state. He re ceived deputations of Jews and Zionists, many old roads were re paired and new ones built In his honor, one of them up to tho Mount A portion of tho city of Olives. wall near the Jaffa gate was torn down "to mako the entry to tho city commodious." In order to as sist German colonists the Deutsche Palestina Bank was established. n, "by-revol- It was tho original capital of all Israel; later of tho Kingdom of FIGHT OF TIMES AND HERALD Judah after it had been first torn tho city of David and the homo of Solomon in its pristine under glory; falling successively tho rule of the Assyrians, tho There was much gossip in Ken Persians, tho Babylonians tho tucky Democratic circles this week people Egyptians, the Romans; its concerning the story in which it subdued, taken captive, "deported, was rumored that tho feud between hisscattered and persecuted before Gov. Stanley and Senator Beckham tory began to be made in Western had been ended, and that as a basis Europe; the scene of tho Crucifix-IoGov. Stanley would succeed Beck-h- a tho Entombment, the Resurrecmas Senator and Senator Becktion and tho course of religious ham would run for Governor In events from which Christianity 1919. Many denials of tho agree sprang,) chief abode of Hellenism in ment have been made, most of tho Asia Minor; tho object of covetous abjections to the story coming from possession as a shrine through tho camp, they saythe long excitement of tho Crusades; ing that tlhelr organization doesn't sanctuary of tho Holy Sepulchre have to compromise with anyone and tho site of both Christian and and that Gov. Stanley is 'becoming Jowlsh aspirations through the reweaker with the people as his ad sovMoslem of cent centuries ministration progresses. To tho rank ereignty. and file of tho Democratic party According to authority widely acIt appears that the greatest objeccepted, tho tomb of Jesus was tion to an agreement to make Beckin a garden belonging to ham Governor and Stanley Senator Joseph of Arimathea, near or at the should come from the rank and file which tho placo of crucifixion, of tho Democratic party, who do not Greeks called Golgotha, that name believe that tho principles of appearing in tho books of tho New democracy are (being carried out means Golgotha Testament. when it is possible for the leaders The implication Is that "skull." of the party to get together and dethere was a round knoll, suggesting1 cide who will hold the offices under by its shape the form of a skull, Democratic reign. To this same and near it a sharp depression, class it would appear that this associated in legend with tho name prerogative belongs to the party as of Adam, whoso skull, according to a whole and not to tho few. Stanley there by Ezekiel. was deposited may bo our next Senator and BeckBhem, in tho center of the earth. ham may bo our next Governor, but Luke's "placo called 'skull' " utilizes that should and will bo decided by a. Greek word from whose Latin the Democratic voters in the equivalent "Calvary" Is derived, primaries, and the voters will not Tho Now Testament locates by any be hound .outside the city northward. agreement. Only in that direction do the exits The discussion as a whole was from tho old city debouch upon started by the clamor in the Demoa plain, as was first remarked by cratic ranks for a cessation of the tho historian Eusebius in his Hfo fight in the party, f Constantlne, tho Roman and the TUinor, even though it may in the fourth cen be a rumor only, shows that the tury. clamor is being heeded. As lor tho Eusebius says nothing of any relative strength of tho two men, it order to make search for the Is easily seen that Gov. Stanley Is true site of tho death and resurrecfar and away the strongest with tion of Jesus. He says the place the public. The agreed understand; tad been buried deep in rubbish, Ing that all parties were willing to and on a pavement laid over it a submit the question of State-widtemple to Vonus had been built Tho prohibition to the voters was a temple was destroyed by imperial boomerang in the Beckham camp, eommand and the rubbish carted as it robbed him and his associates away, when tho tomb of Jesus was of their 'biggest assot in primaries disclosed, to the great Joy of the party elections or oven and Emperor. It has been held that in caucuses for tho past eight years. Jniealem. at least among tho Chris With tho hypocritical cry of prohitians, not tho slightest doubt ex bition Beckham and Haly inveigled isted regarding tho sue or tno iomo, many well meaning Democrats into Yet various modern scholars in their camp, of course filling out Tv.haGolocv have called attention their ranks with tho fanatics who to tho fact that toy tho narativo of have been after tho demon rum for Busebius the placo had been rorgot-feyears, many of them making a nice and Constantlne hailed tho disliving out of tho pursuit. The new covery as a miracle. Christurn of affairs 'has already weakembraced Constantino ened Beckham to a noticeable extianity about tho year 312 A. D. tent. On the other hand from a Ho attributed his victories to tho standpoint it can not power of tho Divine Cross, which bo denied that Gov. Stanley has was placed on tho ensigns of the grown stronger. Ho squelched his army. After tho great council of prohibition critics at the start toy a the church at Nlcaea in 325 A. D., total abstinence pleuge and has the Emperor decided to find tho been an- - active worker in every puband of aits andtho crucifixionchurchresurreclic enterprise or measure for the at this to build a tion good of tho State. In Democratic place. It is difficult from the accircles it must be conceded that tho counts of Eusebius to say If the II t Governor 'has grown greatly in Htain oblect of Constantino was to strength, heing far stronger than find the sepulchre of tho Lord or when Inaugurated. the cross upon which ho suffered, With the elimination of the above Bueeblus does not mention the cross controversy Democrats can well afdirectly, ami lays more stress on ford to look forward to bright prosthe recovery of the sepulchre; while pects, as the Republican party is later writers imply that the great not progressing in the nation, nor In and his wiabi of 'tho Emperor mother Helena, who vteited Jeru- COMMANDER OF ITALIAN ARMY. the State, and right here In Louisville,, where the G. O. OP. came Into salem for the purpose, was to find Gen. Diaz is in supreme command power through the votes of many the holy croes. Democrats who thought they were The task of lading the tomb and of Italy's forces. t; n, Haly-Beckham ed Gol-f-ntfstar-chamb- getting even with. President Wilson, tho people are already saying "never again," and in that mighty increasing chorus are many of the antiwar voters. It was said in these columns at the outset that the Republican administration would be a joke, and from present indications the joke will develop into a howling farce, funny out costly to the public. Immediately after taking office hardly a day passed but Chairman Davy Rose, of the Board of Works, rushed into print with how the administration bad fired so many useless employes and tho board would save on this and save on that. The Herald even carried a 1jox score of how much was saved on tho firing of innumerable supervisors, etc., and tho poor commpn people and taxpayers hesan to ibelleve that the first thing they knew there wouldn't be any tax rate at all, and if any a big reduction from that when tho crooked Democrats wero In power. It was said in these solumns then, "Watch the tax rate." Thursday our reform administration comes out Inwith tho announcement that stead of the big reduction promised a raise of one cent would bo made, the $1.86 being thd figure, and highest possible i' tax rate that can bo made. Thus tho new administration gives the direct lie to its 'platform promises of' lower taxes. With a big flourish of trumpets the Board of Works told how they would carry away the big snow of last Saturday. To start with a big effort was made at Fourth and Jefferson and Fourth and Market, but as for tho rest of tho snow It Is there yet. Faithful old white men, many of whom had been good citizens of Louisville during all their life and earning an honest dollar in their declining years, wero summarily from the street cleaning department to make room for big husky negroes, moro fit to be doing hard manual and necessary labor during these strenuous times, but their contribution to the snow clean ing thus far consists of burning boxes and barrels of the merchants to keep warm. Tho Board of Safety continues to discharge efficient replacing them with policemen, "yap" motormen and conductors, as five being added this weeK. everyone knows, police are born, not made, while the average motorman and conductor will never attain the Judgment required of policemen. dally on our This Is Illustrated car lines. An obstruction on the track will not only block the first car coming, but each succeeding car on tho line, all following like sheep, none ever thinking of going around at tho nearest Intersection. Yet the makes police new administration out of this "no brains" class. In New York City this week Mayor- elect Hylan wiped the name of Joseph Johnson, former Fire Commis sioner, off his slate iDecauso tne lat-t- , was-- a resident of Bound- - Brook-N. J., Instead of New York. Johnson made a mistake in not applying here. Keen rivalry Is on between the Times and Herald for tho city printing to bo awarded in May, the Times going out of Its way to defend the new administration, never mentioning the fact that an was on the payroll with a $1,500 position, or tho many other little deficiencies arising dally. Yet tho Times editor. Gen. W. B. Halde-maNational Democratic Committeeman, presumes to dictate a reorganization of the party he betrayed. Incidentally when tho Times was having its "13 for 15" campaign on, that' Is thirteen fights for every fifteen papers sold, the most pleased spectators on the corners where tho Times was getting walloped dally were the Democrats who lost employment through tho betrayal of l. the Times and dis.-charg- d e Ml! luilft. ,. )M , , , PRINCIPLES Which Should Determine Ottr Outlook on Life and Its Vlccrsitudes. I. Impressive Words Conveyed in an Old Time Pastoral Letter. Christian Philosophy Must Mot Be Lost Sight of in War Times. FOUR POINTS TO BE CONSIDERED admiring tho mounts of United States cavalrymen over there. mies and tho French Pollus finding they havo much in common. FRIENDS AS WELL AS ALLIES. Two members of tho famous Alplno Chasseurs, "Tho BIuo Devils," Sam- IRELAND Belief Growing That Convention Favors tho Dominion . Plan. Months May Pass Before the Constitution Is Fully Drafted. Fate of Nation Depends Upon Spirit In Which It Is .Received. REDMOND A PATHETIC FIGURE er lct n, Courier-Journa- GEN. BARRY TO LEAD. In many quarters of Washington It was stated Wednesday that tho President had made up his mind to withdraw Gen. John J. Pershing as Commander-in-Chi- ef er Emper- Stanley-Beckha- m or-convert, of-Kc-lal e n, forces In France and to appoint Major Gen. Thomas jno H. Barry to succeed mm. announcement has been made luvnrini? nn (Mils vp.rv Important mat-tor, and there 'are many officials who aro not convincea tnat it win pan out, hut thero is authority for tho statement that the or war President and secretary nnVoi" Visivn arrived at the con clusion that tho change in command should bo mado and bo made in tho near future. Gen. Barry is regarded In many circles as ono of the most resourceful officers in the American army. Ho has shown elements of military genius in many situations and "his detail to succeed Gen. Pershing as Commandor-in-Chlinstead of being Tesented by tho men who .have worked abroad with Gen. Pershing would be welcomed by them. These men might bo personally disappointed over tho change, but they would recognize in Gen. Barry a worthy successor of Gen'. Pershing from every military standpoint. At tho present timo Gen. Barry Is in command of the Middle Western department of tho army that comprises Ho has Kentucky and Indiana. been a member of tho General Staff, has been attached to tho War College hero and has gone through every commissioned grade of tho military etabllshment om-cl- al semi-offici- of tho Amerl-f-i- n al ef non-partis- an THE IRISn WAY. A gift of $100,000 to tho Red from John McCormack. tho Irish tenor, was announced In Paying Washington on Tuesday. his own expenses, Mr. McCormack will mako a patriotic concert tour from tho Atlantic to tho Pacific, oponlng In Washington December 18 with a concert which tho President and Mrs. Wilson havo an"I will nounced they will attend. keep on singing until I have earned $100,000, which the American Red Cross may uso as It sees fit" said Mr. McCormack In making his offer. "The work will be a privilege to me and I will perform it with an enthusiasm such as I never have felt before." Cross In tho words of Joseph Devlin, the rotund leader of tho Ulster Nationalists, thero are no pacifists in Ireland, writes a Dublin correspondent to the Now York Tribune. Accepting this statement at Its face value, it is perfectly plain why a convention is now being held In Dublin and how difficult It will bo to bring tho warring factions to agree on a form of government for tho Emerald Isle. A striking illustration of tho change that has come over Ireland was furnished at tho first session, when tho delegates filed Into the assembly room of Trinity College and selected their seats. To the surprise of tho majority of those present, the Roman Cathclergy Archbishop olic Harty, Bishop O'Donnell, Bishop Kelly and Bishop McRory and the Church of Ireland representatlves-D- r. Crozlor, Primato of all Ireland, and Archbishop Bernard sat side by side. For tho first time almost In history high Prptestant Catholic and church dignitaries of Ireland came together of their own free will. They set an example which was not lost on the lay members. In the last few days I havo had an opportunity of meeting and talking at length with most of tho principal members of the convention in addition to many others of less prominence. I have talked with Sir Horace Plunkett, ithe Chairman, who Is well known in America and prides himself on his knowledge of tho country and his many friends there: Sir Francis Hopwood, the Secretary, who Is a permanent Gov ernment official and was selected for hi3 present position because he acted In the same capacity when South Africa was drafting a constitution; Lord MIddleton, former Secretary of State for War, a large Irish land owner and one of the leading Ulster delegates; Sir Will-laGoulding, Chairman of tho Great Southern and Western railway, a Southern Unionist delegate'; Joseph Devlin, who will probably Bucceed John Redmond as leader of the Irish Nationalist party; Capt Stephen Gwynn and John J. Clancy, Nationalist also delegates of tho party; Dr. John P. Mahaffy, tho well known scholar and provost of Trinity College, whom James Russell Lowell called .the wittiest man he had ever met; George Russell, who has an international reputation as a writer and artist and is spoken of in terms of affection by Englishmen as well as Irishmen, and a host of others. Without exception they talked frankly, but they did not want to be quoted at this timo for fear that what they said might possibly embarrass tho conNot a whit less Interestvention. ing wero the talkfl I had with Arthur Griffith, the founder and brains of the present Sinn Fein party, who now edits a paper called "Nationality," and Eamonn De Valera, the Kerensky of the Sinn Felners. Just what tho convention is aiming to do I can state with some confidence of accuracy, but what will be the measure of its success the reader must judge for himself. Some mora-beare sanguine of success, others are enterUg tho deliberations with mkewarmness. while many others are typical Mlssourlans. There seems to be a .general agreement that tho convention Bhould strive for a solution of the m rs have one, two or four Parliaments is something the convention must decide. But ibeforo even a tentative constitution can bo drafted tho members of the cnoventlon not necessarily all of them, but certain of their number must make an exhaustive study of tho constitutions of other countries, of the litigation leading up to tho amendments to these constitutions, of tho peculiar conditions in Ireland, and during this period of study and preparation expert advice must bo called In. Various committees havo been appointed to draw up reports of the different phases of tho situation and to submit them to tho convention sitting as a commltteo of tho whole. It would bo impossible for the individual members to study the question in Its entirety. Perhaps weeks and oven months will pass before the draft of the constitution Is considered by the convention. Hero Is whero tho crucial moment will come; then it will Ibe a case of give and take, of compromise by and concession Ulstermen and Nationalists; the whole fato of tho convention will depend upon tho spirit with which the factions approach the problem. The longer tho convention lasts the greater tho possibility of success. It is certain now that unless some outside event arises the delegates will go on with their deliberations for many months. So much for tho convention, except that it should be understood the delegates .themselves, and not the Government, decided to mako the sessions secret. Consider first tho position of tho Irish Nationalist party, of which John Redmond has been tho leader for many years. There Is no more pathetic figure In public life. After a long career at Westminster, years of fighting for Ireland, and eventually getting homo rulo on the statuto books just on tho eve of war, Redmond Is now far down tho Incline. From tho outbreak of tho war he worked hard to throw Ireland's strength into the conflict; he suffered reverse after reverse; he has lost his brother, the gallant Major William Redmond, who fell at Messines; his son has been wounded and reecntly returned to the front; he has lost dozens of his Intimate friends and supporters on tho field of battle; he has seen a new party spring up and he has been unable to check Its growth. And only the other day this man, who has Ibeen virtually a king in Southern Ire land, accustomed to cheers and applause whenever he appeared in public, was hissed, booed and jostled when he emerged from tho convention hall. He may "come back," but the odds are all against blm. Redmond Is tho Irish Nationalist party. EVER THE SAJIE. men were Last week seventy-fou- r arrested in Washington for helng intoxicated on the city's streets. The saloons were all closed on Novem- problem along tho lines followed by Canada, South Africa and Australia that is, for a dominion (form of government for Ireland. Whether under this scheme Ireland would ber 1. In theso days of national stress and trial It Is .well for us to keep well In mind the fundamental principles which, as in all things, sa now especially In war time, should determine our outlook on life and its varying vicissitudes. We are so apt in tho midst of conflicting passion and emotion to be led astray by false emotionalism and unreasoning passion that it can not but bo of Interest and value to recall words so truly Christian and noblo as those written by tho great social reform Bishop Emanuel von at the outbreak of tho war in 18G6. Though written so long slnco tho words of this beautiful pastoral have a timely meaning for us today. Four points to bo especially con sidered are touched upon in this exhortation of the great Bishop to nis people. .First or all he tells us: "We. must look upon these events with the eyes of faith and not merely from tho earthly angle; wo must see in them not merely the acts of men, but tho dlsDosltlon and acqulescense of God. In tlme3 or stress is shown forth in full measure the happiness and con solation of faith. As Christ conquered death, so in a certain senso He has taken suffering from tis. even in this life. In this belief wo recognize that the- providence of God watches over all tho strife of men. What though men do and conspire evil, what though they harm one nnothor and fight ono against the other, wo know that a loving Father of all men rules oyrv all; He who can at any moment set a term to evil; who can from evil derive good; who punishes us but to uetter us; who by punishment leads the wicked to a bettering of life and so also tries tho good, who In ono word dispenses blessings through tho cross and by It redeems the world. To Him wo shall therefore look with greater and more childlike confidence. painful These g events must lead tia to Christ, who always and In all things is our only help, our only solace, our only redemption. All things work to tho best for him who knows and loves Him." Our second duty is to summarize what tho saintly Bishop says at greater length, "To help, help where and when wo can; we must help with all the means at our command; help the more, the moro pressing tho need. I admonish yoa In these times of trial with very particular emphasis to tho performance of all acts of charity toward all who suffer In this combat." Thirdly we aro told to bear with resignation and courage our share of suffering and pain and trial as It comes to us, to each of us in somo "Many of you," he writes, form. "have sons and brothers and relatives In tho field and look with anxiety after them. - The sorrow for the dead or wounded has already entered Into many a home, and If the struggle goes on many moro families will bo afflicted. Finally many of you by the paralysis o business have domestic caro and worry to endure, Bear these trials with confidence in God and with resignation in the spirit of faith. All of these sorrows are means for tho Christian to become llko to the crucified Saviour and to follow Him on the way of the cross, along which wo shall go to a Teunlon with Him in eternal glory." Lastly we are admonished to a. return to prayer and a tttdre intense Interior life of the spirit. For "by our sins wo have oil or us to tho punishment contributed which God sends to us either directly or indirectly. We shall therefore look upon thi3 time as s. period of penanco imposed upon u by God, shall turn contritely to God and in this penitential spirit persevere in prayer. Wo shall pray for our wounded and suffering brothers, as also for the departed Pray for their bodies; soldiers. pray for their souls. Pray for them that God may reckon to the salvation of their souls tho pains they must enduro in tho performance of duty. By prayer we can daily draw-neato tho bed of pain of the wounded and sick and hrlnc- thom spiritual comfort and strength," wuras so nooio and inspiring need no comment. They merely point out how important it i3 la the midat of our patriptic protestations not to lose sight of our Christian way of looking on life, Ket-tel- er an Austro-Prussl- - world-stirrin- r r - Q. B. o C. V. T WILL TEACH BOYS. The BrntTiAm nf faw t,.... been teaching tho boys of St. Mar- nun sunooi lor many years, will leave there tho first of the year asd return to their mother hens at AGAINST THE BOLSHEVIKr. Dayton, Ohio. Tho boys hereafter Gen. Kaledines, of the Don Cos- will be taught by the Ureoilne Sta sacks, who may decide Russia's ters, who are now teachfnr tk girls. future. i ).MWQ J t; jGZ&j&TUGiKrsr KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. FUBLISHKD F.VBRY SATURDAY. I kirt Aawknas and CefteMei f t tfae Seelsl .W VorjJ A4Tacmemeet HJeesriaas, Yeuag Msa'i OHtelaU lo'Jorwd by ABelrat Order Institute sad CataoHc Heights of Asftrlea. ?Ott irish Hushed AJbtnar&xGAist '0 . 00 YOU KNOW WHY .Trtuw T'STEJWS.tBiJF'. V.U fife Itane fafy from fte Office Today? . 3. t. lo im. m -- By Frank Let! . vus the: child re"- Aae Fiohtins i .1!' - '.' AtfNTUCKY IRIBM AMERICAN PRINTING COIonrW, PuHIUhwB SINOCB COPY c MhCHIPTION PICB, ONH DOLLAR PSH YEAR &. et-- n tl . s v c j v. xtxj' a- i i .KmttU rUtUr. b LaudrHt PotttlfiM as SwoBd-CtaBaut Cam.uaaual.3B. k 1st KENTUCKY 1MSH AMESUCA1MI9-2- I Wcct Uie:s St. M LOUISVILLE, KY DON'T FOUGHT th)a ,.. SATURDAY, THEM. DECEMBER 15, 1917 xstf- r- " . - -- r"' " CP eM w-v- 1 :! As would be natural, tho first tiling one sees "before entering a of Columbus founding at What word but peace, "peace and any of tho various camps 1b the sign "Everybody Welcome." These good will on earth?" are mot mere words they mean And what was the last word tho exactly what they say, tho (material Master part charity erous in their charities than at any That parting said of night, when they every of the Christian Knights of member of the other season of the year, Those (broke brother bread, Tho words mean that who have an abundance can afford That night He knew imen would not Columbus. every article contained therein Is to give and not mlBa it, but it Is let Him live for the benefit and pleasure of the the experience of those in charity "Peace he be Catholic, work that the most charitable are Oh, what but glve7" I live" and soldier, whether "Peace I Protestant or Hebrew. those who have little themselves. One would be surprised at tho While Catholics have ibeen generous in giving to all kinds of char- And yet, behold, near twice a thou amount of stationery that lis used sand years-Anat one of tho ibuildings daily. ities this year they should not forstill tho battle's wrath, the nothing to collect a whole mall It is get that the orphans of the diocese sack grief, the tears! every day. The sign, "Make depend laTgely on their contributions 417-4FOURTH AVENUE Let mercy speed tho hour when Happy," posted here and theroMother above at Christinas time for their living cease bwords expenses. Tho Right Reverend And men cry shall to God, "There the writing desks, seems to have a back Igooa effect. Bishop of Louisville has ordered shall he peace." mat wen known ibuslness slogan, that tho Christmas collection in all Edwin Markfham. "Satisfied customers are our hest of the churches of the diocese on advertisers," should apply In the Christmas day be taken up for their HAVK NO FEAR. campaign that Is being waged by support. Tho high cost of living Diamond Headquarters SAJhj'A'ZtfudBB the Knights of Columbus throughwhich wo are all experiencing falls The Syracuse the heavily on these helpless children out the country for the raising of 53,000,000 to further their work leading Republican organ of Central and prompts us to ask In their name J among the soldiers. If it were left New York, has high regard ifor our for larger donations this year. to .the hoys stationed at Camp ZachTo furnish the necessities they Congressman and says of him: ary Taylor, and they had tho must have costs double tho usual TALKING MACHINE Bwagar Sherley, who will suc- amount, and we believe it only nec power, the- money would be raised Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hogan, of In a short time. Evory Fitzgerald as Chairman essary to remind Catholics of this St. Louis, will arrive December 18 letter home, ceed John J. The finest Reproducing Phoand there are many, boostis the is his worthy to cause tnom to respond gener to spend Christmas with Mrs. of appropriations, nograph in the world. Plays cause that much. parents, Mr. and Mrs. John successor. We need have no fear ously to tho call or these little ones 404-40- 6 A challenge Is posted to all basVICTOR, COLUMBIA, EDISON, WEST MARKET STREET secure more generous dona that this Important branch of and sufficient at least to obtain T. Malone. ketball, fives at Camp Zachary Taytions, PATHE and all other records lor by a quintet composed of memgovernment is not in safe for them tho ordinary necessities legislative Edward McDermott, who Is atcorrectly. Yours very tending Georgetown Colege, will ar- bers of the machine gun company hands. But we must regret that for their existence. of the 334th Regiment to play for D. F. MURPHY, Until you hear the Steger and rive December 21 to spend the holiNew York loses Its only Democratic truly, Orphan Society. days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. tne championship of the camp. They compare Its tone, make no deRepresentative of Intellectual au- President Catholic are prartlolng in St. Francis Xavler cision as to which talking maE. J. McDermott. Hall, which was very geneouilv thority In Congress, and that the OD POLICE RECORDS, chine you intend to buy. Once GOODS LAID ASIDE ON PART PAYMENT. loaned to the hoys of Camp you hear tho Steger you will Congress must lose a strong man In Edward Duane, who Is a student hjfn Brother Broth'pr Beniamln. JPolice Capt. Michael J. Hogan at St. Mary's College, St. Mary, ifenjamin surely prefer it. OPEN EVERY NIGHT TILL XMAS powers. the maturity of his has tho thanks, of all in ax d Capt. Frank P. Portman re- - Kan., will arrive December 21 to rcamp. Two exDert foaraketeers are gned from the local police depart- - be .the guest of his parents during APPEATi TO BE HEEDED. In charce of this crack five, Sernent Thursday after being reduced the Christmas holidays. KssCTgjBB geant Buckett as manager and Established 1872 to the ranks by tho new Republican Rain or shine, in calm or storm administration. Pr'ivnte Klein aR cantaln. Capt. Portman has is attendin John O'Brien, who Dan Brown, formerly a imembn- In the blistering heat of (summer o been a member of the force for fif- St. Mary's College, Kansas, will ar I VlTYlTlflTIV IQfll Tnfnnitur nn.1 the winter hllzzard, the letter car teen years, being a Captain for the rive December 21 to be tho guest lf of tho most ponular freniienters past eight years, and during that of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. one rier comes to the door promptly and time has earned many compliments nr founding No. 2. departed on punctually at the expected moment. for his especial ability and courteous O'Brien, during tha holidays. Tuesday morning for an avintion Indeed we ibelieve that the nearest treatment of those who he came In Anthony J. Harig, who Is attend- field in Georgia along with others regularity, contact with. Capt. Hogan, while ing St. Mary's College, at St. Mary, from this camp. approach to machine-lik- e 2 -2 Lbs. For 65c "Always on time" is the motto a young man in Kan., will arrive December 21 to of movement attained by men in any comparatively years, has served twenty-Av- e years spend the Christmas, holidays with that has been adopted iby Josnuh A COrrEE THAT IS KNOWK 3FOR ITS TXHS CUT capacity has been reached by the In the department, (beginning as a Dooley and Lpo his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick O'Brien, John boys QUAUTY. Knaone. went on a trip The letter carriers on their dally round. patrolman, then promoter to district Harig. to Indianapolis on Saturday evening detective, and for tho past eight V That there are no more courteous, all of William Malone. who Is attend and in spite of the harrier of snow honest and hard working men in years a Captain, and in quartor his or ing Georgetown College, Washingt- that clogged the passage of trains long police career of a Importer and Roaster of High Grado Coffee, Sold the public service willl foe readily a century earned the proud distinc- on1, will arrive December 21 to between hero and the Hoosier Pay No Money For Thirty Days Direct to Consumer. metropolis hraved the journey, ar admitted; and certainly there are tion of never being cited to appear 312 W. MAXKET ST. ZOUZSVZXAE, XT. over tho New Year with his riving here at the allotted time on Pay Cash Only For n Few none so ill Tewarded in comparison hefore the Board of Public Safety. parents, Mr. and Mrs. John T. Return this advertisement with remittance and we Sunday evening. Records You Select K. I. A. will ship Coffee by Parcel Post, all charges prepaid. with the importance of the public During his service as a district de- Malone. Sergeant Leo Mahoney is con tective he won quite a reputation in service they render. The cost of the handling of many intricate and Miss Frances Tyler McCabe will valescing at the base hosnital. to This Beautiful Steger Talking of his physicians living within a very .few years has mysterious cases, and was tho re return from Nazareth Academy to the satisfaction Machine placed in your home doubled, but the wages' record of cipient of many testimonials from spend, tho Christmas holiday vaca nnd manv friends, nnd it 4s exnonted his superior officers. Capt. Portman tion with her mother, Mrs. Kath that he will he able to be hack at FOR 30 DAYS the letter carrier has remained fixed and Capt. Hogan have the best apartment in his post in a short time. and immovable as the smile on the wishes of their large following of leen McCabe, at her Privates Louis Dlscher and Fred Free of Expense thcBelvolr. Mudd, who have been confined in This is not as friends for success In whatever un tace of the Sphynx. No Deposits Required on and the base hospital for the past week, Elizabeth Misses Helen, It should toe, (because it is unjust dertaklng they may engage. Talking Machines Since the above was wrltte: Prances Malone, who are attending will be able to take their place In to the men. Now the letter carriers the line before many more days. Capt. Michael J. McAuliffo w Manhattanville School, New York, Aside from tho manifold duties have appealed to Congress for a forced out of the department. Ca will arrive December 20 to spend years tho holidays with their parents, Mr. that a' Secretary has at his buildsuitable increase In salary to enable McAuliffe served twenty-thre- e & ing, he must also visit the hospitals, When you buy Furniture you should them to live, as they are expected and comes from a family of police and Mrs. John T. Malone. see that tho sick receive spiritual men. His father, Lieut. John Mcbuy the kind that is net made to give INCORPORATED 'to, and should live. In surroundings was tho first, he being folLieut Paul D. Dohorty, U. S. R.. attention, write letters hom6 for of becoming respectability, and in a Auliffe,by three sons, Capt. Daniel who has been visiting his father, Dr. him, run errands and inform his away with trading stamps or cheap, 6 West Walnut St. lowed manner suitable to responsible pub McAuliffe, who accidentally shot William B. Doherty. Sr.. and sister. parents and relatives as to his contrashy premiums. We do not handle 'adqunrtcrs for Talking . MaThis part of tlie work lic officers. Their appeal should bo himself; John McAuliffe, a former Miss Mary Henrietta "Doherty, while dition. fell upon tho shoulders has chines and Records so far of trading stamps, but good Furniture, Car-pet-s, and later police Lieu- on furlough during the past two William Kelly, Secretary heeded, If for no other purpose than detective Memphis, at building Thursday for Chicago the now re- weeks, tenant at Open evenings until Xmas. Stoves and Ranges at low prices. No. prove to the people that Congress tiring Capt. 'Mike. and McAuliffo to visit left to Capt. friends thero until ho re- sick 2. Chaplain Raphael visits the 25c with him. Hear our Double-Dis- c can aud does appreciate faithfulness was stationed in the Second district ports for duty on December 15 at achieveAfter flvo years away Record tho greatest many the .and efficiency in the public service. and had men friends among with Camp Custer, Battle Creek, B.Mich. Sergeant O. B. enneyfrom home. ment in record making. will visit DoHis brother, Lieut William and merchants business This, however, Is a matter that whom he came in contact In the horty, Jr., of the Medical Officers' his parents in Montana, and will many 415-41- 7 should not be left wholly between business district. EAST MARKET STREET. Reserve Corps, Is still on duty at carry home with him during honors these that ho has gained FortSenjamIn Harrison. the letter carriers and Congress. It SOME CAMPAIGNER. years In the army, In appreciation PRIEST'S SILVER JUBILEE. ts something In which the general has been Wednesday evening iMiss Mar-r- of his faithful service he furlough. In public should take a 'hand. Nathan Kahn, Xormer Prosecutor Higgins gave a card party and allotted a fourteen-da- yarmy Next Tuesday the Itev. Hugh .benehas been in the Police Court, has opened reality the letter carrier is a reception at her home, 732 South His service in the O'Sulllvan, a native of Louisville street, in honor of as ibrilliant as it has been long. Not offices in suit 1709 practice factor of society and the peoplo and well known throughout Ken Twenty-fourt- h in is he tho Mary's William M. Cllnos, of the United only regiment, chief trumpeteer of building, and will During lawpast should Insist that ho be treated lib- tuckv. now nastor of St. his tho 334th Infantry, hut all of tho courts. here States Where work Is quickly erally. It is a duty the people owe church at Whltesvllle, will celebrate lough. navy, now games on a. fur- ho also is the champion rifle and year Mr. Kahn proved some cam- Where the hone there was pistol shot of that body. During his paigner, making three campaigns anniversary of his After tho tho twenty-fift- h brightest; done; both to the letter carriers and to ordination to the priesthood. There music light refreshments. and to write to their Con- will be a jubilee high mass Tuesday Among those present were Misses flvn vflRTN In tho nrmv ho has seen In the fiscal year, tho general elec- Where the work Where cooking seems themselves Southl tion, 1916, and tho primary and service in lightest; real fan; gressman and support the letter car- morning which will be attended by Marguerite Hammond, Anna Clines, American Panama and the Sergeant general election of 1917. countries. Where the meal Is ds no more many of the clergy ot tne diocese Katherine Vowels, Hattlo Higgins, Denney is one of the .best known Where baking gives deriers' appeal for what Martin, Gazelle and friends and relatives from this Florence O'Bryan,Margaret Higgins; soldiers that frequent (building No. cooked best; light; HOWDAY ENTERTAINMENT. than simple justiee. city. Father O'Sulllvan has two Blanche O'Bryan, Where the range stands 2. Where drudge Is oat o brothers In tho priesthood, the" Rev, Messrs. Charles and John Clines, the test sight Tho children of St. Patrick's ASSURES VICTORY. A. O'Sulllvan. of Mayfleld, and tne Albert Bailey, Thomas F. Mooney, school" will igive a Christmas can PARISH LEAGUE. That's where the That's where the Rev. St. John O'Sulllvan, absent on Llout Cotter, Winston B. Hamilton, tata, entitled "The Joy Givers," in "Quick Meal" comes "Quick Meal" The universal expression is that leave In California .for his health. James P. Gleeeon, Frank Sullivan, A league composed of teams rep the new school hall, Sixteenth and Brzozowskl, Hamilton ia. President Wilson's message is a very Two other brothers, William O'Sulll- Theodore Mrs. Thomas resenting tho parochial schools "of Market streets, December 23, and a and able document, and if ho insists on van, late Building Inspector, resi- Clifford and Mr. and tho city Is heing organized by the pleasant treat is assured those who Qaick Meal Gas Raaca Sold. Installed aaI Highly Reoommradtd D. Clines. Prof. "Patrick O'Sulllvan, aro Reserved seats thlrty-flv- o Athletic Board of St. Xavier's Col- attend. the principles which aro enunciated dents ot Louisville. lege In conjunction with tho di- cents and general admission .twenty- BUILDING NEARLY FINISHED. therein being realized In practice 215 A five cents. Porformanco at a rectors of the various schools. HEADQUARTERS. victory without injustice to any naof W. MARKET ST. Tho imposing now convent of the meeting of all candidates hold the o'clock. m tion or people Is assured. After all adjoining the representative teamB will be Sisters, Manasrlnc Director Will Relserf, Ursullno gymnasium this NEW DRAFT MEN. when we consider the great em- who has been doing excellent work Bacred Heart Academy in Crescent the St. Xavler SEE US FOR FOIX LINE OF ESTABLISHED 1893 by some for the soldiers at Camp Zachary Hill, la almost completed, part of it morning, and all teams desirous of phasis that has entering the league will have rep On December 15 a classification headquarters being now habitable. As a of Taylor, has opened of the belligerents on tho effect present. The following will be begun of the 9,000,000 XMAS NOVELTIES tho older and Infirm nuns resentatives Council Cathfor the waT on the futuro of commerce, olic tho Conservation Committee at from tho convent at Shelby and have signified their intention of young men between tho ages" of Louis A. Broring, D. D. S. War Activities twenty-oncomjoining; St. John, St. Charles nnd thirty who have been and when we understand that They Chestnut streets have gone ,to the 311 Webt Jefferson street. Cecilia. St. Patrick, St enrolled hut not yet drafted lor St. mercial advantage (has primarily had will be onen daily and any informa now building, where It Is hoped the Anthony, Holy Cross, St. Brigid, St. tho army. They will be given a set to do with the plunging of the tion regarding the work being dono greater" conveniences and fresh air Vincent de Paul. Louis St Martin, St: of questions to answer. "We must," will be cneorruiiy will materially benefit them. About Kmw PiM 2S56 430 W. Martet tt world into war, the President's mes- for the soldiers says the President, "make a comSt Boniface, Sf. thirty Sisters are now in the new imp' Joseph, St James will he asked to plete Inventory of the qualifications sage carries with it the hope that convent. fJOINS AVIATION CORPS. join. The tournament games (will of all registrants In order to desordid interests will not foe allowed be played on St. Xavier's floor. termine as to each man, not already HEART ATTACK FATAL. In the future to claim the sacrifice selected for duty with the colors, ot 7,18 East tHTMrfsg asd Mswul NtHc SalirtWusy TrtaM William J. Sandmann. Mvew to promote them. the nlaco In the military, industrial of Innocent CONDITION IMPROVED. Andrew J. Blanford, seventy-tw- o Breckinridge street and popular in or agricultural ranks of the nation Dr. Uriah Z. Litsiy A peace without injustice to an; Y.. M. I. and OattioHc circles, left years old, died while seated in a Friends and relatives of Mrs. J. of which his experience and trainThursday afternoon for Fort Sam chair at the residence of his son, nation as the result of the war ChireB'ediat serve avenue, ing can of D. Blanford, an Houton, wh.,he will, join T. A. South. Fourth undertaker,early willCoakley, of 2521 Griffiththat she common best be made to project the CHILDERS ELECTRIC CO. Inthe mm of the" President,' mewa, good. This be gratified to learn street, 2815 607 of covfet the Aviation Corp Mr. the United Saturday; Heart trouble caused l,te is doing nicely and her condition volves an inquiry by Vie selection 333 West Main St. HpMflpi--- : Starka nd te accomplish this he win 8udrann's Stfttea Government. support of .the whole peotife. summons was brief and lie was un- death. Mr. Blanford rose early and much Improved after undergoing a boards into tme domestic, industrial Can cook an entire meal with this grill. on BmiMIm of he snow serious operation at SKs. Mary and and educational qualifications 1Ma to Md au revc4r to his maay went outside to sweep Both Phones ' Phone City 135. nearly 10,000,000 men." e pavement. Whea he re-- flIUattbeth Hospital. from t ddkte a Mrrto friends hers. many and necessary Despite demands during these troublesome days, Catholics should not forget that their Institutions must be maintained. During these days of generous giving for patriotic purposes some reservation should be made for places like our orphan asylums, Good Shepherd convents, hospitals, Sisters of the Poor and many other deserving Catholic charRemember that their exities. penses, Ilk yours, have been InFuel, clothing nnd food creased. bills have been almost doubled during the past .few years. It la a perplexing problem for the .Sisters and priests in charge of these Catholic institutions to meet the increased cost of everything. They depend on the kindly They are generosity of Catholics. doing God's work here below and are worthy of our generous support. During these Advent days let us make a little reservation for our worthy Catholic charities. A little more sacrifice will make our own Christmas days happier. Remember In your Christmas giving our worthy Catholic charities. ng flag of 145 stars in St. Patrick's church and to do honor to all the COSHNQ EVENTS. boys of Blnghamton regardless of creed, race or color who have gone December 23 "The Joy Givers" Into the fight for humanity and by St. Patrick's school children in democracy, Rev. James H. 'Burns, hall, 8 o'clock p. m. 6 Annual charity January the pastor, declared "the cause of social of Ladies' Sewing Society for liberty is the cause of God." St. Anthony's Hospital. 15-1- vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvyv turned ho complained of feeling exhausted. He leaves the following sons: T. A. and Roy Blanford, of Louisville; William Blanford, of Lagrange; E. A.. Blanford, of and Albert Blanford, of California. Two brothers, Joseph Blanford, of Daytpn, Ohio, and Dr. Charles Blanford, Knoxvllle, of Tenn., also survive him. His funeral was held from Holy Cross church. Shel-byvlll- VWWWWWWMWWiWVWM tVtVVVVVVVVVlVVVVVVVVVVVV;VW e, Give Shoes-- The Thoughtful Gift. Shoes are Gifts that endure. Long after, the day itself is but a memory "someone" will unconsciously thank you for the consideration you showed in selecting a remembrance so practical. For members of your family choose here, where one hundred thousand dollars' worth are ready to be presented. "' ORPHANS' CIIWSTMAS. PEACE. What was the first prophetic word When down the starry sky tho gels (sang Never before has there been so many appeals to the people to aid charitable objects of various kind's. The importunities aro continuous and sometimes tax the patience as well as the purse of many, no matter how charitably disposed. The season of Advent is now being observed, and we are admoniMhed that Christmas is near. At Christmas everyone is disposed to be more gen- that rang CAMP TAYLOR. an- That night they came as envoys of Knights the "birth taitumiiJ && 10 Post-Standa- rd, SOCIETY, j 's STEGER P MATT IRION & SONS Ho-gan- Jewelers and Opticians WtM TIT Mulloy's New Blend Coffee 1- to-ma- ln 1 FURNITURE Smith 304-30- Nixon Co. JAMES GREENE i L et Inter-Southe- rn Where the Quick Meal Comes In GEHER & SON, heen-plac- ed conse-quon- co Bor-rome- o. o Ber-tran- d. DENTIST CORNS.BUNIONS KIHL Ta, a- - a i J "dfifo - - 1 ' Zj .i-AW.g'.a. - : rtTTf'j jazisjjtf'ixjoix: RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements tbey find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. ixis;i2 Our Store Suggests Many Practical, Useful r:c ASK FOR GOLDEN MACARONI, AGE BRAND MACHINE DRIED uiu:swt:iu)HHi lo iiF.i r every SPAGHETTI, CLEANER TnAN MEAT Go -- - NOODLES. AND BETTER TO EAT and lOo Packages ALL GROCERS. Nothing just as good. Accept no substitutes. House Beauty is always desired, and if the selection is made at the H. B. & if W. Store quality and price go along with satisfaction. '9a Ajsaa&jaexcAXi 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 if u i nouseneeper tl g ft Christmas oiirar. SEE OUR SUPERB ASSORTMENT. and Jewelry Make the Most Appreciated Goods Reaervcd on R. BAXJDE, JEWELER, Street. Part Payment. 800 West Market A. JSP I M A. I, BLURRY 3E5XJIS:0:ER CHILE PARLOR fieno Phone City H. W. FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN 410 South Eighth Street. 399S CONTRACTING ENGINEKR tcam and Hot "Water Heating and NEWMAN B AX'S PLACE 1401 CEDAR STREET Bax Horan, Prop. City 2038 Main 9363 L. Proprietor Sanitary Plumbing HOME OFFICE: 440 S. SECOND LOUISVILLE, Homo Phono, KY. City 2845 -- Prop. 421 EAST JEFFERSON STREET AUG. F. RATH, LOUISVILLE, KY. BATH'S CAPE JOS. DRIES FINE WINES AND LIQUORS THIRTEENTH AND MARKET STS. Both Phones 2406 WHITEHALL BUFFET LAUER REUTLINGER & 0 HOUSE Adolph Rcutllngcr Jag and Bottle Trade A Specialty FIRE INSURANCE TORNADO, LIABILITY AND 407 EAST JEFFERSON ST. HENRY 0. OAFB AND LIQUOR Home Phone, City 1140 0. HALLER'S PET PLATE GLASS - - - KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE 123 SOUTH THIRi STREET Both Phones Homo Phono, City 1533 POULTRY FOOD AND Autoniobllo Repairing SUTPLD3S GEO. F. BREITENSTEDf Frco Advice on Poultry and MACHINE CO. Pet Diseases Engines, Pumps, Elevators and General Machinery Repairs SHOP Promptly Attended To 210 WEST MARKET STREET Quick Delivery 3 EAST MAIN ST. SHOP: Homo Phono City 6085 Phono City 5692 P. FREDERICKS H. Platoff, Prest. s. I. Bush, Dealer in Near Preston 731-73Sec.-Trea- Rugs in hundreds of styles, wonderful vaLace Curtains and Draperies make a useful, riety in Carpet .Sizes, figured, solid colors, enjoyable gift our lines rank at the top and rare shades in rose, blue and green a mag- comprise evciy kind and every approved J nificent assortment of all the good makes in style. country from $12.50 for a good Brussels Filet Net Curtains, small effects, picot edge, Rug to $82.60 for the best and heaviest Wil- 21 yards long, phir $2.60 ton Rug made. Marquisette Curtains, 3 yards long, Cluny Our lino abounds in singularly beautiful insertion; considering the scarcity of Cluny 2 designs in Rich Axminstcr Rugs, in sizes 9x12 feet from $22.50 to $43.50 laco a most remarkable value at, pair. . .$4.00 Pictures, good styles in best of frames; imAxminster Rugs, Hearth Size, 36 by 72 ported landscapes, 22x28 inches; choice.. $3.50 inches, rich, deep Oriental designs, x a most attractive value at $4.00 Pastel Pictures, fruit and landscapes, per- , . i i .I Carpet Sweepers .tho and iiroi. guuiw, ij..it n iu lies, uesi, oi goiu irames, choice $2.25 most favorably known, Bissells' Grand Rapids, cyco and ball bearing features; will last Steel Engravings, the "Lord's Supper," for many years; oak or mahogany case; an ''The Return from Calvary" and many others always much appreciated gift at a in Tuscan gold frames; size of pictures 22x28 lover; low price '. . . .$3.25 inches; a treat for the picture , choice $6.00 Brussell Rugs, 29 by 54 inches, pretty patBuy the Ilousekeepr an Inlaid Linoleum for terns, choice, each $1.25 tho kitchen the ownership of which will Tt Nottingham Curtains, good weaves in nobby be a daily pleasure designs, per pair $1.10, $1.25 and $1.50 $1.75 Per yard pile-rugs, time-honore- Highest Cash Prices Paid for Horses, Cattle and Hogs At Your Premises. Also Tallow and Grease. JjJBiX LOUISVILLE RENDERING COMPANY Incorporated River Rood, East of Homo Phone City 721 SLICED BACON 'MM Cut-O- ff Cumberland Main 721 PEOFZiES PBOVZSEHT 1b waa organized by n to make well-know- "SOUTHERN STAR" Ready for Your Griddle Morning" the Incorporated. ASSOCXATXMV cttlxema d ri in HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. (Incorporated.) Home Phone Shawnee HENRY GOSS Tin SOI LOANS on furniture and other personal prep- erty at LOWEST SATES. Culeman Bide., S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. Both Phonea, 2S88. SAM !L. ROBERTSON FOR St. 368 . Twenty-sixt- h oeruro, quxterwo, uvoxmxa toil West Broaairar, V. CONTRACTOR , Roofs Repaired iSPHAIT SHINGLES and Painted A. ALL KINDS OP CONCRETE WORK SPECIALTY tomlivuie, acy. Homo Phone Shawnee COMPANY JOHN 1315 ' E. YANN DAHIY INCOUPOIU.TBD 508-51- 0 Bring Your Pictures to Our Store For Framing Our work is most satisfactory and our prices reasonable. More than one hundred styles of mouldings are shown. Do your shopping early and make it a pleasureable occasion. SOUTH WENZEL ST. Both Phones 4202 CHAS. ANSON B. O'LEARY A CO. Headquarters for CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. See us abowt anything in estate. We sell, buy and rent. 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. Home Phone City 4464. ri Successor to weacungs. C. Molter Phono City 2771 C. T. THOMAS & CO, BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY Special Attention Given Picnics and 9 X ice Cream and Sherbets REAL ESTATE 530 WEST JEFFERSON STREET! Phone City 4803 319 SOUTH PRESTON ST. A TITO METAL, IRON, RAGS. Incorporated OLD BOTTLES, ETC. GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND Paper Stock A Specialty BUILDERS SOUTH FLOYD STREET Special Attention To Repair Work 214-21- 6 Bet. Market and Jefferson Estimates Cheerfully Furnished LOUISVILLF, KY. OFFICE, 120 WEST GREEN ST. SCRAP PLATOFF & BUSH IIUUUUvll PRIESTS SERVE COUNTRY. JLfl vld Louisville, Ky. iX. TT Vll-dJlUlvr- l 11 (INCORPORATED) 522 AND 524 WEST MARKET STREET. ENGRAVERS AND REPAIR SHOP SOIHjICH ENGRAVING COMPANT John McQuany, Prop. ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS Cars Washed, Polished, Oiled and ELECTROTYPERS Repaired 335 W. Main St., Louisville, Kjr. 213 West Kentucky Street Home Phone City 5674 Phone C593 LAUNDRY SECURITY & LOAN CO. Incorporated A. Lazar, Manager Money Advanced on Your riain Note GLOBE WM. AUGUSTUS Phono 2543 W. R. TISCHENDORF HUBER'S BAKERY CONFECTIONERY LUMBER COJD7ANY WE KEEP ! Wedding and Birthday Cakes My Specialty. Assorted Candies. Two Stores 745 E. Jefferson 00 E. Walnut FRANK OAMFIELD SALOON EVERYTHING DRY. Fifteenth nnd Oak Phones: City and South 1813 THE SIGN OF QUALITY Highl'd 7413 Johnson and Main Streets Phono City 4846 East ISO yv BARRETT FURNITURE New CO. and Used FURNITURE Stores, Store and Office Fixtures Bought, Sold or Exchanged. 120 East Market Street Phone City 3608 i,fr.M,.M"H"H-W-H'M"frM-frfrM- W KENTUCKY LAUNDRY CO. Incorporated 014-02- 2 Underbill St. Geo. Dearborn Manager D'OUGHERTY & McELLIOHII 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, proud in their councils and their GOVERNMENT INSURANCE. activities. They aro a (standing If a soldier or sailor is killed, and Six Notre Damo priests will soon menace to the liar who falsely leavo tho university at South Bend, charges our faith as lacking in "the he has a wife and children, the Government will provide compensa to serve as army chaplains, spirit of patriotism. Ind antion for tho wife, so long as she re tho Holy Cross congregation GENERAL A CATHOLIC. nouncing that tho prelates are ready mains unmarried, and support for the children until they (become eighfor- - Immediate service. Those preSir Douglas Haig, tho British com- teen years of age. These payments pared to take up war work when called are the Rev. Mathew Walsh, mander, Is a convert to the Catholic range from $25 for a widow alone to $57.50 for a widow and four C. S. C, VIco President of tho churoh. children. If tho man Is totally disuniversity and professor of history; abled the Government will make a VISITING WINTER RESORTS. the Rev. John McGinn, C. S. C, fixed monthly payment to him rangdean of the school of sociology; tho Col. James P. Whallen left Tues- ing from $30 a month, if he Is marRev. Charles L. O'Donnell, C. S. C, poet, assistant editor of the Ave day for an extended trip through ried, to $75 a month it he has a Maria and lecturer in English; the tho South. Ho will spend several wife and three or more children. of weeks. In various winter resorts Should he ho so helpless as to Row Ernest Davis, professor a nurse or attendant he will chemistry; tho Rev. Edward Finne-ga- befoie returning home. prefect of he given up to $20 additional. C. S. C former SECOND TO BISHOP. Should ho lose both feet, (both hands discipline, and the Rev. George or both eyes, or be permanently Finnegan, C. S. C, preachor of the Tho yiear General of a diocese bedridden, he will be paid $100 a Notro Damo mission band. Is a Ibaohelor or Is, as it were, tho Bishop's assistant. month, whether-hHURT BY FALL. Ho is the highest official in the married.' dioceso next to the Bishop; with a vetoran certain limitations his authority ex Joseph Fitzpatrlck, EXEMPTED. Tesldent of tends to all cases of the Bishop's printer and well known According to a decision rena fractured ordinary Jurisdiction, so that tho Jefferaonville, suffered arm and dislocated arm by falling Vicar General is called "one person" dered by the Commissioner General on tho ley ipayment at Spring and with tho Bishop. The office is es- of Internal Revenue admissions to Ho is now at the tablished by tho law of the church, entertainments Maple streets. the proceeds of selects his own which are devoted to religious or home of his sister and will not bo but tho Bishop charltablo purposes are exempt from Vicar General. able to bo out for some time. taxation under the war revenue act. re-qu- Contractor of Excavating, All ConKinds of 313 West Jefferson Street crete and Wrecking. (Second Floor) 1101: Preston. Homo City 2009 Homo Phone City 2DG7 Meyer Goldberg M. A. Goldberg IIOLLENBACH'S WLNE HOUSE LOUISVnjLE AUTO PARTS CO. Karl A. Hollenbach, Prop. 518 East Market Street Importer and Dealer in Wo Carry All Kinds of Parts for Automobiles Write Us. WINES AND LIQUORS Highest Prico Paid for 114 South Third Street Old Automobiles Phone City 7798 Home Phono 1191 cd n, J. G. PULLIAM MOVING AND PACKTNG Motor Truck Express PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY JACIC SnERIDAN EAGLE CAFE AND POOL ROOM N. W. Cor. Seventh and Market Cumb. Phone Main 2019 Homo Phone City 2564 e 231 West Green Street Homo Phono City 9130 year-olStarts a Savings Account with this safe, conservative--, Sixty-on- e Bank, to which you can add Jl.00 or more at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 per cent. No cost to you whatever The same courteous attention given the depositor of $1.00 or th; depositor of $10,00. d ONE IOXX-I.- . ORPHAN SOCIETY ELECTION. MIDNIGHT MASS. ! Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH PHONES. Cumb. Main 2008-- a ilf&&Wirimimimm"V,i"i"r'i"r,v'r'imirrvrrmr .. .J.JJJ.......... nn Tomorrow tho various branches of tho Catholic Orphan Society will hold their annual election of officers !: and Trustees to represent the branches on tho Central Board. Tho i Trustees will meet on tho first Sunday in January and elect officers of Homo City 290S On tho third ' the Central Board. Sunday of the month tho general meeting of the entire membership will bo held and annual reports read. '. I! GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL.JS. SMITH, PROP. i Funeral s Director and Embalmed STS. BOTH PHONES 810. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH ANDZANE vvvvvtvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. 3971-- y J. J. BARRETT'S SONS 822 Bast 4"M"t i A Maixz. I atreset. ! i H"H"i"H-I-M- H J M. j. ill 1 1 BANKON, tiH.t Up. P. IANN0N, JR.. VIci Pre. & Treu. Hi llll Mill Permission for the celebration of midnight mass Christmas morning in the archdiocese of New York has been granted by Cardinal Farley and His Eminenco has sent a letter to all of the clergy, the dominant note in which is the war, tho duty of Catholics to pray (for ithe success of the nation, but above all to pray for peace. Tho faithful may receive holy oommunion at this mass and in the parishes where tho congregation is extra large a second mass may bo celebrated. Here In COLORED ORDER'S JUBILEE. Louisville a midnight mass Is said Tho Order of Sisters of 'the Holy yearly at tho Sisters of the Poor Family, founded for colored Sisters on Christmas morning. by Very Rov. Father Roussilon, JHNTS ON STYLE. of New Orleans, observed its diamond jubilee recently at tho mother Tho smarest collars aro very houso In New Orleans. Theso colored ladles follow tho rule of tho narrow. great St. Augustlno for active orders costumors frown Conservative In all its rigor. Tho novitiate lasts upon tho bustle. two years and six months, after 'Quaint littlo coatees, in bolero which tho Sisters renew their vows form, aro quite fashionable. year, every year until tho tenth Tho complete dress has taken a when they make perpotual vows, definite place In the wardrobe. They rocelvo colored orphans not High-nec- k dresses are being only from Louisiana, but from every ured to a considerable extent. featState In tho Union and from South White wash satin collars aro tho America, Mexico and Central Amer- voguo. They ica, They have a large convent beautifully. aro dressy and launder and boarding school for those who Tunics for 5 come ifrom every section of tho Now tho more aro extensively utilized are dressy toilets and World whero slavery never existed. shown in very graceful and attracts They also conduct a large free They havo found tho true Ive ways. school. Collars of finely tucked wash net road and quietly, unostentatiously, by earnest labor and a rigbfeompre-henslo- n aro quite new, and are very attractof tho Telatlon of th races, ive over a dark dress. they aro solving problems for which of fancy soft Tho prevalence tho students of social economy seek crowns and tho uso of tinsel in vain for a remedy. They aro now brocades for these ami for whole sending out their Sisters all over hats is a notable development of Louisiana in remote towns, and tho season. Hats of this sort worn their work is destined to bo a with an Inconspicuous suit have potent factor in tho moral and in- considerable value in giving the tellectual advancement of their race. needed emphasis to the "toute," as tho French eay. ! ELEVEN MASSES. GERMAN INSURANCE BANK Under the Bis Clek Stats Government Supervision SecMd aad Market a recent Saturday afternoon and evening at Camp Meado, MaryOn land, five priests were kept busy hearing confessions, and on tho following day eleven masses were celebrated, at which a largo number holy of the soldiers approached communion. Impart this news to tho "Guardeens" and other slackers. HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY DIVISION 3. First and third Fridays, Hibernian 1818-182- BORE ALOFT RED CROSS FLAG. Ono , of the most Important figures in the history of missionary effort in tho United States is tho saintly Bishop Baraga, who sacrificed a .brilliant (future in Austria in order to devote himself to the conversion of iii& Indians in the Of late forest wilds of Michigan. much has been written of tho origin and history of tho "Red Cross," and Catholic writers have pointed out the fact that as early' as the sixteenth century St. Camlllus of Loll is attached a red cross to tho garb of the members of his community, who were engaged in caring for the sick and infirm. No mention, however, has hitherto been mado of tho fact that Bishop Baragii, when ho plunged into the wilderness in 1830, ibore aloft a banner which must havo been, quite similar to that of tho Red Cross of today. Wo are indebted for information concerning this fact to tho first Bishop and Archbishop of Milwaukee, Msgr. J. M. Henni, who writes in his treatise, "A Glance Into tho Ohio Valley:" "This excellent missionary hastens from forest to forest, from lake to lake, hearing in his hand a white flag with a red cross, to announco his arrival 'as tho servant of the crucified God.' " In this manner this distinguished mislonary bore tho banner of tho Red Cross to a race of people who, generally speaking, havo received but littlo benefit or kindness from tho white man. And that thirty years bofore tho introduction of the Red Cross by the Geneva Conference. It seems strango indeed that tho Rod Cross should claim exclusive right to this symbol, in view of tho many proofs of its uso in tho church as a symbol of a spirit of sacrifice. faith-inspir- ed m r - - - 0 Home, Portland. President John M. Riley. Vice President Tim O'Leary. Recording Secretary John Mar tin Secretary Financial John J. Broderick. TreasurerDaniel J. Dougherty. - "As Near to You as the Nearest Phone" Sergeant-at-Arm- s Sentinel Thomas' Noon. Pat Begley. FUNERAL A A FLOWERS Wreath $5.00 Special Spray $3.00 Special Tum&m U". fourth Awnrwe toukvWr We telegraph Flowers lAMMUWU Mub Everywhere Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. President Thomas Lynch. Vice President John J. Barry. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Langan, 734 West Oak. Recording Secretary William P. McDonogh. DIVISION 4. Meets second and fourth Monday. Treasurer Sorgeant-at-Arm- s John F. Burke. Thomas M. Die-na- n. Sentinel J. McDermott. H. B0SSE&S0N GERMAN. BANK Funeral Directors and Embalmers. SIO XBiHie AVBilVUB Telephone 1022. 1 H-M-f T. H. MERiMEE. X SKretary. t VALIANT KNIGIITS. P. i BANNON PIPE CO. BaBaem's ? Sewer and Calvtrt Pipe, Fire Preeflajf, Flae Lining, Fire Brick Grate aad Belter Tile, Greaad Fire Clay, Cklaaey tofa. OFFICE S28 WEST JEFFERSON HOMB PHONES CITY WORKS Patent Lidded Five fer Steaa Ceadaits, Wall CepiBJ, Drain Tile, YVl6e 8rkK, XM-- 13tb ad 1 H 'M Ktl 507. Breck. end Magnolia Ave., Bet. 9th aad lOth. ! W tH H f MAIN CUMB. X ItlHllllll PDPED TnAT COSTS. never A colored preacher had Just conmerited their hamo more than in tho present exigency of tho nation. cluded a sermon on "Salvation Am INCOIirORATKD Knights Indeed aro they, every one! Free" and announced that a collecNoble, Clean Grocery Stores. and bravo, tion would bo takon up for tho they aro doing great things for God benefit of tho parson and his famhe Best For and countrv. If thov did nothing ily. A momher of the congregation olso than their present great work ' objected to tho paradoxical nature Goods delivered free anywhere Fifth this mighty order would not havo of the proceedings and (received this within six blocks of our stores. C. B. of C. V. been founded in vain. It would bit of Nogro logic in response: seem that tholr zeal is "S'poso yo' was thirsty an' como tdmcattoa tfct Ira your bora USEFUL FOR QUnTS. Work with them begets work; zeal to a river. Yo' could kneel down yrtpcx tisrn for'UX. improves zeal: effort renews itself an' drink yo' fill, couldnt yo'? An' When blankets havo become too In activity, until what they are do-'- l it wouldn't cost yo' nothin', would thin for ordinary use they can be ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE ing, great as It Is, Is only a promise it7 Dat water would be free. But nressed into further service by putt and a of future mighty la- s'posin' yo' was to hah dat water ting two or three together and covlia "W. SreaAw?, Xemfcrrllla, Xy. bors. Tho Knights of Columbus aro piped to yo' house, yod havo to ering them with sateen to make Cen.dt.cttd by th XaverUa Brothers. proving themselves a credit to pay, wouldn't yo'? Wall, brudder, quilts. To keep them in proper Classic!, Scleotiao aad FIh1b NORTON BUILDING their church, a help to their coun- -' so it is wid salvation. De salva- shape they should be buttoned down Oouraea, Preparatory Dep&rtaae&t. Vatgrn try, an honor to the naano they tion am free, hut it's de habln' it ' here and there like mattresses. A N.W. Ctrner feurih and Jeffersii Bwlmmtar Feel. Well Xqulppe Grama-ala- a. bear, and have every reason to feel (piped to yo dat yo' got to pay fo" frill of eateen makes a nice flush. Terra Mrtwila Bre. James, Bte Tho Knights of Columbus 'QUAKER MAID' "I Less' ng I and Market Sts. , never-endin- g. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT fore-cas- I &i , , JUCB'XJOKTSr HfcUSHC A3SJ3y&XCAJSP. y Bacon a son We Qivc and Redeem Surety Coupons. mu s. T S Hs ; ? " HERMAN STRAUS rOUBTH AVCNUe SONS MARKET STREET J A iKCDP&rArcO - 'f , - '- - ' v . . 7 ' We Give and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. CEDAR CHESTS AND IN TOYLAND ADVANCING BEHIND TANKS. SHIRT WAIST BOXES Make Useful and Acceptable Gifts Folding Sowing Stands; mado of ipretty flowered cretonno with pockets on side; tho frames aro wthito enamel or majhogjany finish; regular price $1.25; 08c on sale- for flowScrap Baskets; covered with ered sllkollno and jiavlng white enamel frames; regular price '10c 50c; special at, each Slilrt "VnlJ,t Bocs; covered with matting and trimmed with burned bamboo and have reinforced lid; specially pricod 2.50 i at Cedar Chests; In an extra large size, being 45 inches long, 21 inches wido and 19 inches high; they aro trimmed with copper, havo lock and casters, and aro worth $19.50; special $10.50 at - Slilrt "Waist Boxes; in a largo slzo and ore also covered with matting; they havo bras3 corners and aro an excellent value 3.50 at Sliirt "Waist Boves; fitted with shirt waist tray and trimmed ""with brass; theso (havo reinforced lids and casters; an excellent valuo at 0.25 41 Teniiessco Cedar Chests; inches long, 19 inches wido and 17 Inches high; they havo lock and casters and are worth $14.50; specially priced Photo shows British soldiers advancing under cover of tanks during tho groat smash toward Cambral. Theso tanks destroy tho barb wiro defonses of tho Germans and clear a path for tho infantry. HIBERNIANS. not bo necessary. Mr. Cruise was What They Have Been Doing taken from his residence, 321 East Late News Collego streot,"to tho hosplta last Members the Past Week General week. News Notes. RECENT DEATHS. Tom Noone can. hold office as long as 'Division 3 exists. Both Divisions 3 and 4 will meet next Friday evening. Many friends in this city will unite In a common sorrow for J. M. Logsdon, 1835 South Twenty-secon- d Btreet, Whoso beloved wife, Elizabeth Josephine, was laid to rest Thursday morning following solemn mass at tho Sacred Heart church, Walsh being tho Rev. Patrick celebrant. Georgo Hodapp, aged eighty-tw- o years and long a resident of tho West End, died Monday at his home, Surviving him 2515 Codar street. aro three sons, John, Charles and Alex., and two daughters, Catherine Funeral servand Lilly Hodapp. ices wero held Wednesday morning at St. Anthony's church. It was thought for a time that both legs would havo to bo amputated, but after a consultation his physicians decided that it would pectod. KNIGHTS OF SOLIUM. That Will Interest Here and at 12.00 Tho K. of C. building at Fort Thomas is completed. Tho total subscriptions from Indiana for tho camp fund was i. Lee Young Automobile Co. J doubling their apportionment. Union Council of Syracuse conferred tho second degree Tuesday night. A class will bo given tho &&&Q&MQ4&&$&3$4& first December 18. Rosldents of the Pike's Peak region gave tho last threo days of WHEEL TICKETS FOR SIXTY AND HUNDRED tho week to a campaign to raise iiSt. ?4,000 for tho war fund. NUMBER WHEELS AT THIS OFFICE. pledged Iowa Hibernians havo Death released William J. SulliTho bazar of tho Knights themselves to raise $10,000 'for tho at THAT WILL BE APPRECIATED. benefit of tho Camp Dodge canton- van from lingering illness Sunday Olean, N. Y realized tho neat little morning at tho residence of his sum of $5,000, which will be for ment. Sullivan, 65 C South Conn., aunt, Miss MaryHo was well known devotional centers In tho military Hibernians of Hartford, street. We couldn't suggest anything more appropriate as a are rendering great assistance in Thirdwas formerly with his uncle, camps. and raising useful gift than a comfortable pair of House Slippers or a camps. tho war fund for our army Owen Sullivan, at tho Homo Laun- In Buffalo Knights aro now engaged securing to tho dry. His funeral was held Tues- military camp contributions Is said fund. It The divisions in Torrington, day morning at tho Cathedral. pair of Dress Shoes. Buffalols contribution will bo Conn., offer prizes to tho iboys and ?100,000. girls for the best essays- on Irish tlilrty-thro- o Pope, Mrs, Sophlo "DUCHESS" "EMERSON" Tho Associated Irish Organizahistory. years old, wife of John H. Pope, Shoes for "Women Shoes lor Men Division 4 of Lockport, N. Y., bookkeeper for Hlllerlch & Bradsby, tions of Cincinnati appropriated gave a very successful card party, succumbed to a complication of dis $500 from tho treasury for the war Nature SlinpC Shoes For Children the receipts being turned over to eases at tho family residence, 1227 fund being raised by tho Knlchts of the war fund. Payne street, Tuesday afternoon. that city. tho Knights havo forty-eigrecT. F. Kelllher. President of Di- Besides her husband she leaves two vision 1 of St. Paul, has occupied children and a sister. Funeral serv- reation halls and chapels built and In use, fifteen buildings wero 9 Leading Shoe Fitters. 336 West Market St. tho position of presiding officer for ices John's held Friday morning at completed and fivo (buildings nearly thirty-fiv-e years. about St. church. to be started. Patrick O'Donnell, one of the A complication of diseases caused veteran members of the order, is BOUSING .MEETING. at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital . tho death of Mrs. Richard Koonig, n years old, at her homo, with a sprained ankle. avenue, Tuesday Division 3, A. O. H., held a rousyears. P 519 Wainwright Despite his eighty-fou- r morning. She is survived by two ing meeting on Friday night of last Churchill, Marshal of Division 1 of sons, John and Frank Koenlg, and week, when the annual election of Minneapolis, fills his position with iiLi a daughter, Pearl Koenlg. The officers was tho interest feature. alertness and efficiency. funeral was held Thursday, morning President John Riley occuDied tho The Hibernians of Morris, Minn., from St. John's church, where she chair and tho routine business was havo started a campaign to double had long been a member. OUR NEW XMAS LINE gone through quickly. All present THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH 00. their membership before tho State wero msappomteu over the report convention next December. INCORPORATED Tho Great American G. Pfeffer, seventy years that Tim McCarthy and James TOYS READY FOR John Tom Stevens, Tom Qulnn and old, died at his home, 1G41 Story wero seriously ill and their Distillers Of Patrick Mullen were given the glad avenue, Tuesday afternoon of kidney condition alarming BUSINESS OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH TAYLOR & WILLIAMS hand at the meeting of Division 3. trouble. Ho Is survived by his wife, Before adjourning ,atheir friends. num'ber of They are all of tho old guard. HOLIlENHAOH,, PURE RYH Mrs. members mado short talks and their two daughters, INCORPORATED. Charlotte; per cent, of tho member- Michael J. Kipp and Mm. Frank words pointed to a successful year Fifteen LOUISVILLE, KY. A fine assortment Velocipedes, Automobiles, 828 W. Main St. Louisville, Ky ship in Massachusetts are in tho war Krahl, and two sons, Charles G. during 1918. Following is tho list Doll Buggies, Trains, Dolls, Steam Engines, service tho United States a and Peter C. Pfeffer. The funeral of officers elected for next year, of showing that does tho Irish credit. services wero held Thursday morn their installation to take placo at Games, Furniture, etc. the first meeting in January: The Iowa State Board havo ing at St. Joseph's church. pledged their loyalty and support President John M. Riley. o Frank Vordeldonk, Vice President Waltor Murphy. to the Government in any capacity 68-Pa- ge years old, died of a complication of Secretary John Financial or emergency that President Wilson J. diseases Wednesday morning at his Broderick. might deem fit. Shipp street. Ho Is Recording Secretary John A. E. H. Deery, who is known to residence, 642 Write or call for it. Thousands of articles widow, Mrs. members of the order In all parts survived by his son, Edward, Anna Martin. and Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. of the country, was the unanimous Vordeldonk: a with illustrations shown. Shop early. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Shee-haMartin choice for President of Division 1 three daughters, Mamie, Catherine and Mary Louise. The funeral was of Portland, Ore. Sentinel Thomas Noone. Mayor Notson made the address held Friday morning at St. Ann's Rev. Father Standing Committee John .Murof welcome at tho banquet of tho church, requiem mass. Hill celebrat- phy, ing tho Tim O'Leary, Jerry Halllhan, Hibernians at Heppner, Ore. Seat j-Matt O'Brien, Mark Price. ed at tho tables wero a number of v Tuesday night death came to Mrs. priests and 150 guests. Stella Bruns, well known in St. NEW CHURCH REGULATIONS. Tim O'Lreary is one of tho most Cecilia's parish, at her home,! 2503 earnest Hibernians in the city and Duncan street. Mr. and Mrs John Tho now regulations for the ob a hard worker for Division 3. He Redmon, her parents; two brothers, NONE PURER NONE BETTER declined the Presidency last week, J. E. and Clarence Redmon: two servance of days of lasting and abSKSXjKSKSKm-stinence decreed 'by the Pope of preferring to remain a private. sisters, Miss Mary Redmon and Mrs. August 20 are now In (force, and J. E. Jarboe, and two children, according to tho new regulations SUItPRISE BY EMPLOYES. Thelma and Ray, survive her. Fu the Fridays or Advent are no neral services and requiem mass Henry Besten was given a sur- took place Thursday morning at St. longer fast days hut merely days of abstinence. prise entertainment by employes of Cecilia's church. CALL NO. 467 EITHER PHONE, The new canons do not abrogato We respectfully request our patrons to leave his store Saturday night, tho occatho indult granted to the Bishops being hla return to the city sion News reached New Albany on GX- Cnlted States, whereby worktheir orders for Christmas Candies as soon as from New York. An Wednesday of tho death at Denver of tho tho was a feature, served In tho on Monday of Joseph P. Schmltt, ing people andcan members of their dinner possible and avoid the rush of the last few days. not easily observo dining room on tho fourth floor. after a long illness of tuberculosis. families who IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE the common law of About fifty attended and John Doylo Deceased loft New Albany two yeara dispensed from tho tho church are of in a brief speech welcomed Mr. ago for tho benefit of Ms health. abstinence on all daysobligation year of tho Among' Besten. tho. entertaining Tho body arrived Thursday and Fridays, Ash Wednesdays, features wero a variety or Bong Friday morning tho funeral was exceptWeek and Christmas eve. Con Holy selections by Leo Slersdorfer and a held from St Mary's church. Be- sequently on tho Wednesday and "black-faco- " act by Messrs. Clarence sides his wlfo and two children he SATISFIES THAT LONGING. Besten, Benson, Wolf, Callahan and leaves his mother and three broth-er- a Saturday of tho coming Ember days tho Indult Is In force. Moreover, 219 West Jefferson. Kenney and 230 West Market. McCauley. Miss Nora and three sisters. Ho was a Emll Besten tpok loading roles In member of Unity Council, Y. M. I. the new canons provide that on days of fasting (als distinguished from tho act "Relief Knitting Club." days of ifastlng and abstinence) fish INCORPORATED They wero assisted by Misses Ella Tuesday afternoon Mother Vic- and fie3h may be taken at the samo PHONfi CITY 859. LOUISVILLE, rYf Flournoy, Kitty McHugh, Maymo toria Berndson was called into Steele, Elizabeth and Minnie Walsh, eternal life at the Ursullno Convent, meal. Messing of Get it from your l Amelia Kellear, Madge Montgomery Shelby and Chestnut, death result- Is Tho solemn from the firstmarrlago Outfit COD Sunday and Rose Helbert. A demonstra- ing from pneumonia. For thTeo of prohibited to tit of one Advent Christmas 4ay, inDurham Do tion of hypnotic power was given years sho had been Mother Superior clusive, Every.reader oMhis paper and not until after EpipDoroloo by Clarence Besten. Dancing fol of St. Joseph's Orphan Homo, Ordinary !azor with lowed tho entertainment. by all the children, but be hany. Thethe solemn has authority white Amerirut? may secure tp permit can Ivory cause of falling health was taken marriage even during thoblessing of jW MHMtaUlMMI. handle afetr RETURNS TO CHICAGO. to tho mother house last September. times, provided thero is a prohibited guard, ttrop' good rea plug attach Her only survivor Is her brother, mane and J William P. McDonald, who was Dr. B. H. Berndsen. Tho funeral son for such dispensation. Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Dorham Du called hero to attend the funeral of was hold in tha convent chapel, at Bias Blades, ELECTION TOSTTONED. his father, A. T. McDonald, a widely tended by many of tho Ursullno Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, packed in a aamilna red known resident of Louisville and Sisters and priests of tho city. nuaiMa the Lire leather KK. AOVERTISCMCNT J Owing to tho small attendance and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. Of THIS for many years custodian of the caused 'by tho inclement weather PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. Volunteer fire house on First street, city, Durham Duplex Razor Co.-ENJOYING FURLOUGH. Monday evening tho annual election has xoturned to Chicago, whore lie of officers of Division 4, A. O. H., has been located since he left this William M. Cllnes, who has made was postponed until Friday evening, Cumb. Phone West 191 Home Phone 1911v city six years (ago. Before going to Chicago Mr. McDonald twas for good in tho navy and Is now doing December 21, the meeting of Decemeleven yeaTS editor of the Police duty on tho Nevada, arrived homo ber 24 being carried forward to a week ago on a furlough and has that date, and In addition to elec Bulletin of the local police been visiting his mother, Mrs. Mary tion of officers Important business BOTH PHONES 2399J Cllnes, at tho family home on South will bo transacted, as this will ho Sixth) street. He Is full of en- the closing meeting of the year. RECOVERY EXPECTED. service. We are as Give us a trial for first-clathusiasm and likes the naval life. XXCOKrOJLATEB IRELAND'S PROSPECT. close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and and Though In the service only a short Charles J. Crulso, editor publisher of tho Kentucky Elk and tltno ho has had .quite an experi night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable Tliere never was a bettor prospect well known .In Catholic circles, is at ence and mado an excellent record. chauffeurs ttir specialty, dive us a call. Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital He will return to tho warship with- In the history of Ireland of the suffering from a disease of the in the next few days. During hl3 North and South getting together. arteries which resulted In the am- - short visit a number of social affairs If tho friends of Irish freedom in In 814 at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, of his left leg on Monday. were glyen In his honor, the first America and tho Sinn Felners (putatlon is reported to bo resting being an elaborate dinner at his Iroland will keep their hands off ' GRUBER & DEUSER. Maaager., Louisville, Ky. SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. sue- i we are hopeful that they will an early reoovery 1b ex- - nvuiQ Cedar Chests; trimmed with copper and fitted with lock and casters; they aro 41 inches long, 19 inches wido and 17 inohes high; worth $16.50; on 14.50 sale for XMAS GIFTS VOLZ & MICHAEL Edward Byrne, Sergeant-at-Arm- s of Division 4, is laid up ivitli an attack of grip. Walter Murphy says ho will work as hard for Division 3 as he did for tho Hibernian ball team. President Riley was tho recipient of many expressions of sympathy over tho death of his mother. Tho big snow and an extra long hike last Saturday morning lias put Davo Reilly on tho recuperating $80,373. Michael Griffin has been elected President of Division 2 of Indianapolis, the largest in Indiana. Tho Wisconsin war fund 'drive 'Hvent over tho top," many cities Pianos; big lino to select Sandy Andy; a sand toy; put from; S9.00 down to 50c tho sand in tho hopper and Sandy Andy will do the, rest; S1.0Q, Dolly's Trunks; a most ...............50c lino; priced, from $4.25 75c and Wngon Blocks; glvo tho child down to $1.00 Velocipedes; steel and rubber plenty to do, 1.75 down to....25c Tho ICiddlo Knr; teaches tho tires; largo assortment; down to $2.00 baby to walk, at.. ...$1.00 Toy Furnlturo; white and oak Ouija Boards; tho Egyptian finish; big lino as low as 30c luck boards; lots of fun, answers questions concerning tho past and Drums that will stand the future; largo size . $1.25 pounding; every boy likes a Busy Andy Trip Hammer; drum; up from 25c work3 automatically. .40c Whcclbnrrows; nlco slzo for Hanger Cannons; Just llko tho tho youngster. 05c big ones; shoots rubber balls; Grasshopper Tennis Game; complete outfit, consisting of 6 played with samo rule3 as out- rubber balls and G soldiers and door tennis . ....$1.08 08c 1 gunner; complete com-plo- to BE SURE TO CALL FOR - McRENNA ht WHISKY W a IT IS ALWAYS PURE. 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