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LOUI5VILLE, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1917. j SPECIAL DIAMONDS, WATCHES, HOLID) NOW ON DISPLAY KWORY, I GOODS 80S JEWELER Louisville,! !:. Market Above Floyd fl. Thoae i CHAS. E. SEN! PRICE FIVE CENTS grasping at straws, as In its short existence tho new administration . has already become an object of ridicule and merriment. Murmur-Ing- s are growing of discontent louder every day and Mayor Smith and his administration givo promise of going down in history as the High Character of the Irish Mass Offered at Base 111 "worst over." Two weeks ago toStands Forth World tal For tho Sick day the big snow fell fiero and today we still hftve most of It In tho Over. Soldiers. shape of mud and filth. Broadway, our principal thoroughfare, looks like, a road through Horse Cave or Gravel Switch and the streets as a None Have Responded "With Queen's Daughters Stuck whole remind tho oldest residents More Alacrity In Country's of a scene Just before tho war. In to Their Post DcSpltr tho center of the clty a littlo flushCrisis. Weather. ing has been done, but the Board of Works and Street Cleaning Department have done most of their (lushing in the the shape of For Principles Which Anirirm Vatiioiic conservation uounti in tho newspapers. Garbage Is being collected irregularly and mated Our Own ForeHcadpuartcrs aro Now many attribute the poor street car fathers. Open. schedule to the fact that teams and autos are being, stalled in tho mud ' and filth. Mayor Smith, the head of the new "efficiency" administration, has FATHER WAYNNE'S GOOD WORDS DAILY VISITS TO THE HOSPITAJ said nothing further about the bogus letters forged in his name just previous to vtho election, and vmSIIVBBBBVBiBVsHHBBBVBBw pBbk KBVBVflPVbdBWvi f? 9t If he is as indignant as tho dally The high character of the patriot-laLast Sunday morning at press says too will certainly trace HnflLBnBBBBKBBBi As Mbu2kbH.9!bbbbbb1bbbbi& of tho Irish, not only In their Zachary Taylor tho holy sacri the perpetrators. lt has been sugown beautiful island over the sea, up f gested that ho question the men in tho mass was offered but in every country to which they charge of the G. O. P. headquarters, first time at the base hosp and it does not sjpem impossible for have emigrated, needs no comment, Chanlaln" Raphael. About l his corps of detectives to trace for it stands 'forth as one of tho attended the service, in : '" '' ' ' k'l """ '" T' great historic facts of the world. where the letterheads were printed, J moro than half of tho Roc who did tho typewriting and who In tho present great crisis which Kell Secretaries nurses. forged the Mayotfs name. It cerconfronts our country none have COAL GAS DRIVES THIS MOTOR CYCLE. O'Daly visit tho hospital WHERE ITALIAN VICTORIES WERE WON. responded with greater patriotism tainly wouldn't Jtake a Sherlock statlonci fitted up and driven on coal morning, taking High up in tho mountains tho Italian army has fought its way to Holmes to tracethe guilty one3 gas.Photo shows motor cycle and side car gas r alacrity than tho sturdy Irish, This Is first time Idea has been applied to stamps to the sick men an who (have sought in this free land Photo shows Italian victory under leadership of Gen. with clews like tie above. In lino a imotor cycle.theTho cost of that the coal Cardona. lng telegrams to their parerc running is about one cent for ten aniles. refuge from tho sorrows and trials outposts watching tho Austrians. with tho efficiency policy, Secretary $ It requires! their condition. have oppressed and still op'Burllngamot, comes to the Paul that days to cover the entire ho Fexplanatlon that press that noblo race In their own. front with an people who call him father. But chaplain The The proclamation made by tho Irish toil and Irish sacrifice. Tho doesn't explain Hiy Mayor Smith then, his lot is scarcely any harder work. devotingCatholic their tlnv now all of in InPresident of the United States that civil and political institutions appointed Llmbaeh as Gas on Christmas day than on other hospital work and tho boys a rfvnlfV thfi institutions "we were in this war for the lib- Arnnrlxo spector, although 'he finished last in days of tho year. Many of them every visit they make erty and freedom of small nations," which have been the ideal of pahavo no fixed habitation. They wan-d- elate Mr. Frankei examinations the Indianapolis Council, "democracy may toe saved triotism in Ireland, and tho race and that made 87, Mr. Ctwtcher 8G and Mr. from place to placo in all sorts sent a barrel of apples toK. of to the world" roused tho deepest of soldiers now gladly follows the Limbach 82. Th Louisville Herof rough conveyances, and when Kelly's building last week Secre1 and patriotism of tho American people, luster which burns in tho fame of ald, seeing the weakness of tho case Tho Day When tho Music of they arrive at their Journey's end of the the fruit was tor Indelibly stamped upon their Barry and of Carroll, of Meagher Will Be tho First to Act On and in line with its camouflage polthey are accustomed to sleep in men and greatly taken to toy" th enjoyed Church Bells Alone Fills hearts is the memory of our own and of Shields, sure that the divine barns and shacks, and to eat what Notwitnstanaing tno extreme c Amend- - , icy, squelched the figures In its New Prohibition heroic struggle for freedom and tho gift of liberty which blesses this & morsel of food may bo given them. story. the Air. QueeiTS ment. liberty and Independence which w.e ini will rpRt in nil its beautv in Bo, apart from the spiritual joy of weather tho ladles of tho The Board of Safety Is also havDaughters have stuck nobly to their liberty and the old land sure also that every enjoy. To secure this the great feast and the privilege posts, serving hot coffee ing Its troubles. There are dally and rolls independence for others Is tho ob- blow for freedom nero is a diow ior which this day alone gives them of changes in tho police and fire deject of this war. Our President has freedom there." poorly A Feast That Is Celebrated in colebratng three masses, Christmas to all soldiers receiving holy compartments, and whether It hA sn. When the war Rev. Father munion at tho Catholic buildings .Sro lot so declared. As the is like any other day to many Leader of tho Drys Expected handled or not the big fires of lata Wynne so nobly said in a recent Is over let Americans remember Both the Church and priests. To all these a kindly word every Sunday, which encourages tho have not added fny laurels to the we ask for this, and in tho final peace settleto Begin Fight on go to their boys speech in New York: "If jf cheor, a warm handclasp of wel- would to be deprived duties, as they credit of tho latter department. Tho Home. freedom for Belgium, why not for ment let us demand as an act of of breakfast ifj como on tlio greatest day in all tho Tobacco, big fires at the Woman's Cluto and Lor- justice absoluto Independence for It were not- for these ood ladles. Poland? If for Alsace and year. were Louisville Carriage Company Why tho Irish republic. Too much can not be said for the raine why not for Ireland?" total losses, the 'ground being the not, indeed? And therefore wo can sacrifice tho Queen's DaUKbters only thing saved. A few more of LITTLE JOY GIVERS. Lonely Missionary Journeys make every week, especially Tvltb" not but express surprise at the CIIRISTLIS IX THE NAVY. Administration Not the same kind and our Cincinnati The to Itenuulicnn remark so recently uttered by the Bring Peace and The children of St. Patrick's tno weatner Meiow zero. Flro Chief will have tho reputation Secretary Doyle has hfs choir I Rev. Dr. Guilday, of tho "Catholic Living. Up to Efficiency Mn mnttfir where they happen to that as a Chief he is a good master school say "Give us the weather lino Consolation. University at Washington, "to for- be stationed, Uncle Sam's VJackles" ti. mechanic. Rumor has it that Col. our musicshape, singing hymns and tod will make Promises. and our friends get all about Ireland" in tho pres- always give special attention to tho for benediction. Tho Petty, Chief of Police, is not exForget about Ireland? celebration of the feast of ChristChristmas entertainment ia monster aro rehearsing the Adesto Fid ent war. actly tickled witluthejmaterlal given holiday event." Tho teachers and for the first mass Christmas mo Tell the American people to forget mas. The, men aro granted special and her- heroic strugabout .Ireland beginning' top?lKteMJlBUlNDJfOEDJND.BANDGUSE pupils will present a carefully re- - ing. At tho 10 o'clock service rf .'iTisenca to visit their fam gle for "freedom and independence ilies, if within a reasona,toIo"dlB? BIO FIRES ARE LunusunaabJiaiualUofUha chanl when she is making the eamo bat- tance. St. Patrick's Hail, aixteontn ana win assist at the Pontifical li When chance locates tnem Hert, wished that job oa him. we made, animated by the same In a foreign port, they are allowed Market, on Sunday night, December mass. tle Chaplain Raphael will 23, and they say to their friends, tno celebrant principles which animated tho hearts extra "shore leave," and usually RECENT DEATHS. The busy noise of shop and mart "Como and see what wo can do." as deacon andwith Chanlain L: own 'forefathers when they of our Chaplain Mahoi iu luwicouus wiv, Week after next tho Kentucky Tho Following is tho programme, which is stilled on Christmas day. threw off the yoke of bondage, and matte tripsvisit suiiiupossible to somo If The Christmas u, and the Legislature will convene services were held over music of church bells alono fills will conclude with an address by a3 these United States paying a Funeral declared that sage of good cheer will be (for tho Christmas be turned famous "Very Rev. Father ereu by Chaplain Rawlinson, dc are and of right ought to (be free services. church aro also given one eyes of tho country willwill bo the the remains of Mrs. Lula Little, the falr. The streets are well nigh the pastor, They of "Forget about this way, as this toody on Monday after- deserted, save for thoso hurrying Cronin, V. G.: Independent? aged thirty-onand prohibition Jd'iin inrantry. seven masses w dinners or "Tenting Tonight" Boys. Ireland," when President Wilson of tho most elaborate .port or at first to act on the newWashington. noon at St. Patrick's church. De- to and from church. Christmas day celebrated at the camn Sunday, a in law just passed ceased was the sister of Mrs. Delia is essentially a homo day a feast has declared for the freedom and tho year, whether in Wreath drill Girls. although tho weather was toad t safety of small nations and that sea; for, if .it becomes necessary Those familiar with the affairs of Bean, 1824 West Jefferson, and that is celebrated In church and In "In Santa Claus Land" Boys. aitenuance was as good as it has the homo; few who havo families democracy must bo secured to tho at this season to take a voyage, this State realize that tho coming tuberculosis caused her death. Indian club exercises 'Boys. been since the chanlains toole venture forth that day, ieverybody Down in tho trenches In stores for the Christmas dinner are Legislature is practically committed world! "Just a Little Peep at Santa" charge. The boys aro looking forIn fo a prohibition amendment, but Its sweet of Franco the Irish soldiers are fight- taken aboard before sailing. again busy In St. preferring tho children comfort play Boys. Death was ward to spending tho holidays at aro at ing, and bravely. Shall their blood port the ship Is decorated with action will toe heralded broadcast by John's parish, taking William Ken- home where Santa Claus John Boyle. will , bo hu"me, ono half going Christmas a id o Little for freedom be shed in vain? The "greens," tooth insldo 'and out, and the Prohibitionists that Kentucky is nedy, of 540 East Jefferson, and with) their now toys, and everybody . . IT ' i Is, of good cheer. to making anxious to go into the dry column Yes, everybody a nrtisical tnumpn, tno casi uemg tho other half New Year's. Northern papers chronicle in bold the day is devotdu daughTho choir of St. Louis Bertrand's nrefora to stay at homo on Christ asfollows: type the announcement that Presi- Christmas merry for the men and is more than half way ready Missof Adell Rolfes, toeloved 729 East WalChrist church, numbering twenty-si- x voices, Love Catherine Cummlngs. dent Wilson Is about to reiterate whose duties requlro them to remain to adopt the constitutional amend- ter street. Rolfes, funerals were mas day, but alas! thero aro those under tho direction tnose wnose who of ProL Kindness Helen Brodorick. the platform on which we stand, on board or near tho ship. Sports ment as submitted by Congress nut Monday Their morning, Rev. Father duty have no home, and thus makln held All of tho Scheutler, will render the musical takes them away, Mirth Mary Roso Lawler. and why we entered into this and games add to the pleasure of and tho Senate. world-waLet us hope that that the day, and in the evening tho Kentucky leaders of Democracy Schuhmann conducting the solemn Christmas like any other day. programme at tho high mass at 10 Jov Anna Lenahan. services. Stanley down are Wo havo spoken to actors a Messenger boys James Malono, o'clock nt the Auditorium, and will platform will demand the freedom ship's minstrel troupe generally from Gov. Fitz- sing Hayden's Sixteenth Mass. submitting glveB an entertainment. tho of Raymond Sohaeror, Thomas famous opera singers during o Tho sing- In favor and independence, not only of prohibition tp The funeral of Mrs. Marcaret service in secular journalism mfen gerald, Edward Murphy. and Alsace and Lorraine, but ing of Yuletido carols is a delight- question of State-wid- e A punching bag outfit has been former resident of Shelby-vlll- and women who. year In and yeiir Orphan boy George Goerlng. of Poland and Ireland, and all the ful feature of Christmas eve. the people, and regardless of the Riley, installed in building No. 2 and is. strugtills Ian' took place Thursday morning out. wander through Nurses Reglna Hlgglns, Selma being used in connection with th email nations so gallantly action of our .national bodies it Is Meyer, Mary C. Ryan. gling for freedom and independence. hoped that the people of Kentucky when requiem mass was celebrated journeying from city to town, by boxing Jim Instructions GOOD YEAR. Apple Giver Virginia Scanlon. will be given an opportunity to at St. Louis Bertrand's church. She journlng in some places a week 0 The following beautiful tribute to Dunn. A wrestling mat Is now. Giver Margaret Oakleaf. use at Secretary Daly's buildh' high character of Irish patriot-Isopposition to this was the widow of Michael Riley two in other places only a day. Potato the MntlrwltnRtnnfilni!r tho wnr nnrl register their appeared in the last issue of high costs resulting therefrom, tho Choruses .introduced Chorus of where tho boys aro also playing d and fanatical meas- and resided at 1124 South Seventh They grow used to It after a and Messenger basketball, twenty teams being In Hibernian: street. Surviving her aro two sons white every place is "Home" to Fairies, the National Jvnignis oi America nave ure. One consoling thought to the uatnoiic them. But on Christmas day these Boys. "The attachment to religion may nassed throunh tho year with people of this State will be that this and two daughters. men and women feel lonely and Tableau ."In Old Judca" Panto- the leacue. be accounted tho chief devotional marked success. President Gaudin legislation marks the passing of the Miss Camlllo Detert and mm thoughts wander mime and song. people. But their forsaken, and their trait of tho Irish Mnradelx were very aKreeably su have just hypocrites and fakers who have Frank Heslln, beloved cortalnly one and the Supremo officers the record, made Frankfort their headquarters' Ellen Heslin, 825 West husband of back homo where wife and children nxalted patriotism is St. Cath cause to feel proud of prised with the number of soldier!? GOD'S POOR. every legislative session. ' The erine, and for many years a re- dwell or perhaps parents or of their most spjendld virtues. Both Viloli Inpltiiioa mnnv tiaw hrannhfis reporting for the French class xaon they has re- and a marked increase in member at or brothers or friends. If s In Ireland pnd America it of this clan are spected resident of the Dominican seventyusual Impulses, per- day. tho class numbering not could, there aro fow who would sponded to the highest country preachWhen making up 'the list of the to ship in many of the older ones. This ers who; not able to secure a parish, answered the call of Death Journey homo during Christmas sons to whom you are going to send two, and judging from the ques- -i and risen glowing and fearless on Wednesday. great Catholic fraternal Insurance He was fifty-fiv- e very niocn they are meet every crisis. The spectacle society has now fl, 200, 000 In its church or congregation, use prohibi- years old, and leaves two sons. The week. Indeed, one famous singer, Christmas gifts, do not forgot God's tions asked learning all rudiment the interested in today is which the world witnesses so invested as to tion as their means of making a funeral was held Friday morning tho mother of soven or eight chil- poor. There are needy families in of the French language. reserve fund, and of In tho most remarkable test race Irish bring substantial returns. They are assisted by from St. Louis Bertrand's church. dren, stipulates sing her contracts your neighborhood who will havo livelihood. Conservation Catholic Tho has during Christ- little or none of the yuletido cheer that she will not patriotism to which the d fanatics who tho strange mas week. Her homo is in tho at their tables, unless some kindly Council, of which Will Relsert is ver Ibeen subjected by the on the subject, and last are insane Martin Yourell, Sr., a native of East, READY .FOR SANTA CLAUS. managing director, has opened she has course of destiny, yet without a but not least the wily politician, who Queen's county, Ireland, but for como but the way been known to heart be moved with tho charity of the from California Christ to provide it for them. There headquarters at 311 West jeaersop. the mighty all moment's hesitation Leaguers and many years a resident of Louisville, Tho Shelby Democratic Club has uses the Just across tno street ir Irish heart of tho generous in America everything ready for its Santa Glaus the Prohibitionists to further his died suddenly Tuesday at his home, to spend Christmas with her chil- aro many ipoor children, wistfully street, Interurban station, visii affection-str- ong dren. coming of Santa the with turned hoping for the Surviving 414 East Main street. of political ends. for the Indiana, Illinois or elsew. Then! thero are tho policemen as the pillars of death, entertainment and Third children on Kentucky has been cursed with him aro his wife, Elizabeth Yourell, who must patrol their beats on Claus, who will awake to disap- from Invited to meet their bo. wards for its own- -to the Second anornlng, un- are as mother-lov- o fierce pointment on Nativity prohibition politics for tho past sev- and four sons, Thomas, Martin, day offer the last sacrifice for tho next Wednesday, tue of this after eral years and it will toe a relief to James and John Yourell, The fu Chlstmas day, just as on tho other less somo benevolent Kriss Krlngle sons at this, placo, where infii club days of tho year. And firemen and takes pity upon thorn and supplies tlon of all kinds will bo dlsp tho triumph of tho Christmas. Members very generous have tho question settled by the defence and neral was neia rnursuay morning motormen and conductors and enbeen All people here In Louisville great republic. Political dreams have heretofore ones, coveted toys. s, them with the and they will people. There has hardly been a from St. Michael's church. gineers, mail clerks and have apartments or rooms to of ages of wrong with tho little and memories Democratic political convention or and thousands upon thounrn renuested to fllo their lists were laid aside. Under the magic be equally so tnis Christmas. primary that Haly and Beckham Tuesday morning Mrs. Margaret sands of others, whoso duties draw Mr. Relsert's office, so that visitor? spell of the tocsin of peril tho ashave not held the bugaboq prohibi- Connelly, aged fifty-fivtoeloved them away from home, at least part can bo directed when applications pirations of tho race, treasured for up to control the party, and wife of Patrick tion sucConnelly, tbo day. for lodgings are made. Mr, Kefsert, eight hundred years, were laid good men have been driven from cumbed to paralysis at the family of But sometimes wo think that the who is managing the work of tho aside that all Irish hands might too active service because they could residence, 1730, High street. This hardest lot of all falls to the land Catholic Conservation Council, Is free to grasp the sword for the been BU g 3w not seo their way clear to ,hark is tho third death in tho family physician who must make his daily j 'BBISBBl giving all of his timo to this war where the rights of man had dewlth-cra- ft back to tho days of Salem within a short time past. Besides rounds to tho sick and dying. Ho work, and he respectfully requests vindicated toy Irish genius and In her husband she leaves two sons, must leavo his own pleasant, comand Puritan fanaticism. BKp fended toy Irish arms. The characthat donations for tho soldiers too SBVbI their places sprung up unknown, Joseph and John Connelly, both of fortable homo wife and children IBwtho Conservation sent through ter of Irish patriotism has its origin Incompetent Demo- tho local police department. obscure and Her to renew his dally acquaintance Council, which represents all CathIn tho .cradleland, although it finds cratic leaders, under the guise of funeral was held from St. Patrick's with distress, disease, death and Amerolic societies and parish clubs init most supreme exercise in people m Forward Leaguers, who presumed church. BB despair surely no agreeable com terested in tho work at Camp ica. Next to God the Irishcountry. to dictato to tho party as a whole. any timo or tuo year. panions at Zachary Taylor. It Is tho intenhave ever placed love of l .. M BfcJBBE TB The passage of the prohibition atoove any harder tljan that e But Is his lot cherished it They have Miss' Maggie McHugli, tion of tho Conservation Council amendment means, back to ob- years old, passed peacefully Into of the hundreds of nurses and minlavished earthly treasures, andTinhlpst upon to furnish everything needed" at the '' scurity for them, unless they Join eternal rest Tuesday at the home of istering slBtors in the various SeUtl- B; a MWn niiraot nnrl it camp, so that the soldiers will not the reformers, who her nephew, Frank P. Burke, 928 " IBRhBbK ments of the heart. In tho ashes RBBR bo called upon fo Contribute toward hope to follow in tho footsteps of largo cities you will famof And In tho of defeat, in tho desolation martyrs any fund necessary for keeping th the Prohibitionists. In tho Re- Charles street. The deceased was find a surprising number of men 'JobbbbbI IbbV X.. ine, in the graves of their work' going. publican party stirring old leaders widely known. In. Catholic circles, and women, separated from their coungenerous and kindly disthe Irish people In whatever vital Tho ipeoplo of Louisville have do o v. and her like Senator Bradley and try they are dispersed seo tho position made her welcomo every- families by stress of circumstances nated very generously toward tho Willson have been succeeded by the by tho necessity of earning their Bpark of patriotism. The fragrant war activities, and will' cTo tfielr Republican Prohibitionists like Hert, where. Her funeral took place dally bread, whoso homo town is fruit of glorious triumph, denied best again rather than Iiavo th O'Rear, Bruner and Morrow, all of Thursday morning from Sacred elsewhere, and who can not afford flowering in tho land of their orsoldiers asked for money. whom are advocates of down with Heart church, Rev. Father Walsh tho expense involved in taking tho igin, has been watered toy tho blood sons, the demons rum, beer and wine, celebrating the requiem mass. long trip home. These you will of the 'Irish emigrant, wtobse dead the NEW ALBANY. advoseo wandering aimlessly in 1 and probably unintentional now rush to hold what the ALL FOR, KAY. cates of the soft drink dope syrups. streets or parks, if thlo weather perhave won. The full force of stifled forMrs. Conrad Kraft, an old re mits, on Christmas day: and Thus tooth political parties .'will be achievement, struggling to burst a The legion of friends of County tunate indeed Is he or Bho who can in tho humor for a house cleaning ident of New Albany, Is saffrfng forward path in Ireland, finds across Ray were elated Tuesday participate of tho hospitable cheer full from pneumonia at tho Tiarae ofi after the prohibition question is Clerk Pres tho sea its field of endeavor glad When they learned that Congress- provided by some newly formed acand settled. her daughter, Mrs. H. F. MalonoJ brotherhood In citizenshipenterprises not One of the daily papers this week man Sherley and Senators Jrfmes quaintance. But even so it Ib at Now Orleans, La. Owintc to hei comradeship in all the deep had recommended Christmas at home. age, ninety-on- e stated that the local Republican ad- and Beckham years, urreat annr! GERMANY'S PEACE HOPE. of peace and war. Thus the went Then there Is the lonely mission ministration is being given much him for Surveyqr of the Port at gratitude homage of Irish Dr. Richard von'Kuhlmann, th "fusion i8 ten on account of He COUNT DE SALIS. attention by the State Republican Louisville, which is equivalent to ary priest journeying for miles and o,.r TTWnicm .Miniatrr nt th Gari condition. Oouncllman-at-larsr- a 3M tnitli to the only land wh?cb the mo Sir Henry leaders and Intend that it shall be appointment. Pres Ray has a fine mllea to roach Who has succeeded the emigrants, and with - man Empire, whose appointment A. Krxft and 'Henry Kraft are. ft mu 10 gratitude there is a pride in the Howard as the British Minister on a foundation for the party in the reuuru aa au uuiciui auu win prove J mlwrfon. to uuiiR twito handfulvuu- waa iron (I a with a' IVleW to Tieace. mius. of by special mission to the Pope. the cattered State. If this is true the party Is a good man for the Surveyorshlp. Eolation imperishable deeds wrought PATRIOTISM CAMP NEWS four-flushi- ng m LEGISLATURE CHRISTMAS or - - . Id-i- NT suo-tieaco- n. e, ... Joy-Giver- s" . . -- r. Bel-glu- m e, m narrow-minde- Joy-Give- rs sis-to- rs figure-headut - down-and-o- narrow-minde- Anti-salo- on lotter-carrler- e, n 3iHBiB ' BBBl . itittk . sixty-thre- l- - iiW hos-plstal- s? anti-tobac- X &&. .. ex-G- i , wel-con- nd V. .. EfiEyJi jacBXNrarxjOBrsr jcj&xsjex AMJBRio-Ajje.- . 23 "The Joy Givers" St. Patrick's school children in hall, 8 o'clock p. m. Istes" H tfcs Serial mi AdvMtctmtmeai tl Irish Aaerkaaa m4 CstteHsi AS THE RESULT OF PERSISTENCY IN MAK6 January Annual charity social of Ladies Sewing Society for ? Ifes'a Iadefasa by Asetest QtAasc ot HfeamlaHi, Ynt ING WEEKLY SAVINGS DEPOSITS IN OUR St. Anthony's Hospital. laetitaie sad Catfc&Hc Saiffhts of Aaertaa. CHRISTMAS GUEST IX IRELAND. 8WTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING! CO., Incorporeha, PuJaltafr jSBSCRIPTION PRICE, 0NB DOLLAR PS YEAR SINOLB COPY gc If Mary came to the door tonight, In tho bitter wind and shaking rain; BaUr4 t UriirHh PjfMc tw ftatU. If she came to me in her sorry plight (a- CesiiBMlcatkms to tat KENTUCKY HMSH AMERICAN, 1IMI Wot Qraii SI. km. To plead as ono woman pleads to tanother. in wi" As mothers come in their need to -- J a mother: K ETR APES (ffi&j') COUNCIL p If Mary camo in the wind and rain my door She should never beg at In vain. WEEKLY CLASSES TO SUIT EVERY PURSE ISVILLE, KY SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1917 If Mary camo to tho door tonight, 10c, 25c, 50c, Her Baby sleeping upon her breast, $1.00, $2.00, as disloyalty to tho Government. Saying "Let you share with me GREETINGS. $3.00, $5.00, $10.00, $20.00 and up ' JL. warmth and light, Htv Now a man may be opposed to the For I bear in my arms the World's DELAY-STA- RT Ith this issue the Kentucky principle of giving a workman LaBsak LbbWDesire. m Ttm American extends to Its many living wage without compromising But cold are his limbs and we have no fire. and to the general public, his honest belief, but when he bincere wishes that this recurring brands men with tho splendid rec O, stranger woman, may thou be m of our Saviour's birth may bo ord of tho letter carriers as dis- If you messedyour door and give us open YjfcA ftH bV SZ.rri Ffirwr ompanlod in tho breasts of all loyal 'ho shows himself unworthy of rest." JJ2& or THE fM rruo Christians by the joy, peace iWlt a position of trust, whether as Post If Mary stood and knocked at my kaH jiy'T" "" Hj BoBJMjjJffSfxjfSME ,v "' bbB ind noble purpose that spring from master Postofllce or General m door. Ml 433MtfHJ'KW FR renewal of Its most sacred mem- number sweeper. 11 1 1 kTi 1 1 iro I i A thousand welcomes herself should & mIi i Tri 1 1 1 arias. May all beings show glory K. H find; HHSHPfiod to God on high, and greater good not The Masses, a New York monthly And she'd poor. be scorning a house m K mr .. reserve system m w so cryFKlTd'aVKb. - memuck will among men after tils divine magazine of Socialistic tendencies, ' H Tr IVdiifi9WBna H on barred from the mails last August, With tho homespun linen upon the example, thus bringing peace w table. "i3W!7Z4isar has suspended. The Masses was No place she found one time but a H B & f ! m stable WK' inWA iSLKr one of tho filthy crop that grew as 9&X-ip- . With tho poor dumb boasts so good tTnnrl-rorall & WKHB H Ono HELPS RED CROSS. Tlnlloxa uaiu, xixucuj-un- u a result of tho campaign by the vBUKa, jj.j.wj.u an !nntTT and kind Sfir fH WM Xr Vm"mWP iWH TO THC ORDCR OP , Appeal to Reason, the Menace, tho And a thatch to shield her from kht Rev. Denis O'Donaghue, Jefforsonian, the Yelow Jacket, the rain and wind. Ip of Louisville, in a pastoral and many others. They read in all tho churches last If Mary came, tho Mother of God, (jcrmartttourancc-flJanl- t gave unquallnea endorse- - are now nearly all despised and re- Tho Rose of tho World upon her Mr. Mr: 'John Door breast; to tho Red Cross, and from jected of men. Oh, I'd sweep tho ashes and stir Liters the priests entreated tho sod, . Thousands of people in this and Hearers not only to contribute every other city havo dollars for And bring her new bread and cakes nsly to this great cause, but of my baking. imovies, but not a cent for With the freshest butter, this mornli that spirit of sacrifice which tho either tho orphans or Red Cross. ing's making; Deo, 6. 1917. ffocome part of American life Mary the Mother, earth's Christmas Mi critical time. This charity, guest. gone from JeruThe Turk has T reo. W. M. Letts. May 7 nad essential if tho light salem. absence bo his faith, and hope is to be kept permanent. youviwijouuocKKjaouaoaotac ing in our hearts, is nobly rresonted before the world by CREDITS LOUISVILLE DIOCESE. Rod Cross organization, which After a lapse of a century the gaged nl the construction of GovIjq wauiiicu itrapuiiaiuiiiijr iui mc m mission of San Juan t&ct&o&a&a&oxi ernment docks and warehouses. I KsyXttSSZzm iimiiiiiihwi AflntTnnv IsicX the helpless, the wounded Caplstrano is again to regain some liM .. ' Li r HJ C'v bL II VfH JBo sick in our army and navy, of its former ibeauty through tho j't, JLMtuuuuu uicuuquaricrs wishing you all the joys A marriage of much interest In ll years of Here's other unfortunates where process of restoration. Some was sol the holiday season. i Catholic society circles emnized Thursday morning at St. soever located or howsoever af ago the Landmarks Club of Los to restore tho Miss Frances Abel, who visltefl Charles Borromeo church, when flicted, who have experienced the Angeles took measures preserve the roofs and otherwise Miss Katherine Mattlngly, has re Joseph Albert Osborne led to the ravages of this dreadful war. buildings from further destruction turned to her home at Lebanon. I altar Miss Ruth EHxahnth rvrrnn. TALKING MACHINE by the elements. But the lack of nor, daughter of Charles O'Connor. funds prevented any construction THE DIFFERENCE. Mrs. Thomas Boone has been Tho ceremony was solemnized with work. Rev. St. John O'Sullivan, spending the week with her mother, nuptial mass, attended Tho finest Reproducing Phoby many Last week when tho thermometer the acting rector in charge of the Mrs. Mary Bowling, at New Haven. friends and admirers of the bride nograph in tiio world. Plays venerable old mission, with personal was hovering at zero pastors of and groom. 404-40- 6 WEST MARKET STREET VICTOR, COLUMBIA, EDISON, contributions of others Mrs. Joseph Barry and son the different Protestant churches funds and the work which will re PATHE and all other records has begun of New Haven, were here last TIIK POPE'S MESSAGE. hiere, assisted by the daily press, habilitate the old home correctly. of the week as the guests of Mrs. Bernard started a move to hold union meet Franciscan padres. He first Im- Dan The following message has heen Until you hear tho Steger and ings, as a slim attendance at the pressed into his service a prominent comparo Its tone, make no deLieut, and Mrs. Newton G. Rog received In this country 'from Pope KJfforent churches would only mean uannman architect, who was so cision as to which talking l. mere, ana secured from ers were among those from this Benedict, through Cardinal GOODS LAID ASIDE ON PART PAYMENT. you intend to buy. Once waste of coal, etc. All of tho journing him plans which provided for the city registered in New York last concerning the capture of you hear tho Steger you will OPEN EVERY NIGHT TILL XMAS llnisters In question acknowledged replacement of tho destroyed ront week. Jerusalem and tho Holy Jand by surely profer It. tiat their congregations would not ana roor of the wost wing. In the Allies: "Tho Holy Father is most happy Martin P. Corcoran, of tlm Tallin ftend church services during tho mony with the general style. XThis west 110 Established 1872 lad weather. Here's another angle used wing, hay 'feet long, had Ueon City Clothlne Comnanv. was n so to see Christian nations keeping as a the feast of the birth of Our barn. Now It will journer at Several Catholic be utilized for religious services. pasi weeK. west Baden Springs tho In his Holy City, and trusts Lord tho story. that Jriests when queried by the roport- - Indians and Mexicans have rendered the occupation of those holy places, Miss Florence Irs said that they would llko to assistance to Father O'Sullivan, Kelly, of Cleve- where the Prince of Peace was lo their part toward the coal sav-- who donning working clothes has land, is in Jeffersonvllle, to spend born, lived and died for the salvathe holidays with may be the much tion of ig, but if tliey were asked to tako done hands. of the work with his ton, Locust street. Miss Freda' Stan- harbinger mankind, peace so much own of that A notable more church-goer- s on Sun- - tne improvements will befeature of of desired iby all peoples." a statue Mr. and Mrs. Guy Osterman and 2 -2 Lbs. For 65c Ilay additional services would have of Fra Junipero Serra, constructed held, as there wero capacity by Van Rensselaer, at the expense family have returned to their homo FATHER KAIIM PASSES. to be A COFrEE TEAT ZS KNOWN TOH ITS PINE OTTP on West Broadway after a short JUtendances at tho regular masses. of Father O'Sullivan. QTIAXITT. visit in Breckinridge county. Father O'Sullivan is a Louisville The Rev. Father Jacob Rahm, for There's a difference, as tho adver- priest on leave in California for his a short time located in Nelson Mrs. W. L. Mapother left tisers say. health. His ibrother, Rev. Hugh for a visit to New York, whom county but two years ago assigned O'Sullivan, this week celebrated the Importer and Roaster of High Grade Coffee. Sold to a mission in chargo of Direct to Consumer. silver jubilee of his ordination nt she joined her dauchter. Mrs. T.rfvn- - churches In Grayson county, four Pay No HOW AROUT IT? died Money For Thirty Days ard Strater, for a stay of several St. 'Mary's church, Whitesville. An212 W. MARKET ST. Z,OUISVXXX,E, ET. In St, Louis on Friday evening of Now that tho Prohibitionists other priest brother. Rev. A. O'Sul- days. Return this advertisement with remittance and we last week; where ho went in the Pay Cash Only For a Few livan, Is stationed at Mayfleld. K. I. will ship Coffee by Parcel Post, all charges prepaid. claim to havo saved our cereals in Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Casey were hope of being restored to health. Records You Select the passage of Federal dry laws, last week In a cottatre at Tndinn During the summer Father Rahm CATHOLIC FEDERATJOX. suffered a sunstroke and fell from Rock, Fla., after an enjoyable trip why wouldn't it bo reasonable for This Beautiful Steger Talking his horse, receiving injuries tho Federal Government to avert The Catholic Federation held its through the country foy the popular which ho never recovered. Hisfrom re$$$SS3Sk35 Machine placed In your home meeting on Thursday night autwuoblle route. tho threatened sugar famine by for- - annual mains were brought backto KenFOR 30 DAYS of last week, when oulcers for the Diddlng tho manufacture of soft Lieut. J. E. Hacan. jiffnr ennnri. tucky and on Tuesday the funeral year were church at Free of Expenso trinks of tho dope class, which are ensuing was chosen elected. E. anJ, Ing two weeks with Mrs. Hagan, at was held In St. Patrick's was Cooney President born Stithton. Father Rahm their home on St. Catherine No Deposits Required on fislng up tons of sugar daily. the following were elected VI and reared at Stithton and was a reported for dutv at Talking Machines Presidents, . A. Vonderheide, Pa Taylor last Saturday. c.imn 7nnhnrv brother of Rev. Charles E. Rahm, We respectfully request our patrons to leave Next Monday, Christmas eve, is ricK weir, u. J. Sullivan, B He was a most of Morganfleld. Elder and William pleasing and affable priest and ono WIttenauer.' a day of abstinence. their orders for Christmas Candies as soon as Miss Catherine May Menno has Jacob J. Hubjuch was who easily won the love and respect returned & possible and avoid the rush of the last few days. Treasurer and John J. Shelley was Hudson tofrom Tarrytown on tho of all who ho came in contact with. FANATICS' REIGN. Secretary. The Executive cation with spend tho Christmas vaher parents, Mr. and INCORPORATED was WILL MAKE MARK. The Prohibition fanatics and sal- committee L. J. named as follows: Mrs. Frank A. Menne. B. Elder, 6 Mackey, West Walnut St. Ed M. aried performers glvo little heed to Riehl, D. J. Sullivan, John A. Doyle, leut. Carter M. Lattis has left J J- - Hlnes and daughter, Miss fldqunrters for Talking Matho country's progress In tho war. P. J. Dowllng, Camden R. McAtee, Katherine Hlnes, who chines nnd Records visited at for Houston, Texas, where he has The lack of ammunition or trans- Miss Sadie iJoylo and Miss Rena Hattiesburg and havo been spend- betn assigned as an instructor tor Welssenberger. The Open evenings until Xmas. 'Federation ing tho week at Pensacola, are ex- new recruits. He Is a member of portation, through neglect of Con- will 230 West Market. 219 West Jefferson. eontlnuo Its activities In the pected homo for Christmas. gress, which may mean thousands Catholic the Catholic Knights of America Hear our Double-Dis- c 25c Conservation Council, and the Uniform Rank, and before Record tho greatest achieveof lives, and American lives at that, which is conducting camp work at Mrs. Clara and Ethel Animmior his departure he ment in record making. attended the Camp Zachary Taylor, and greater are home from means nothing to the d Nazareth Academy valuable euuriu win we maae to push this to visit their Darents. Mr. nnrt m. meetings of hoth and gave attended Prohibitionists who wish to see work Instruction. durlnc the cnmfnir van Harry Angemier, on Willow avenue, St. Francis Lieut. Lattis keir fanatical measure considered Tentative plans of Home school and were formulated over tho Christmas holidays. graduated ifrom the Manual Train- Alb, Surplice, it, of all. ror securing larger quarters for the Altar Laces ing School, where he visuauon liome lor young women, Ben Kling will return tomorrow of the football team. was Captain But for his RING TRUE. home, which is rnls from a ten days' trip to New York age, twenty-tw- o For the next three weeks we are years, he would going to offer all of our laces at a has been iforceu to turn away ilfty City, spending Concluding his sermon at tho girls who recently made application business housesthe days among the have been given a Captaincy. He liberal discount. This offer Is genuand the nights at is the son of W. R. Lattis and fedication of El Paso's new Cathe for admittance. Plans ifor a social the theaters and sight seeing. will pay bur grandson of Gen. Michael Relchert, ine, and Itto write us at once survey of the city were also drawn. customers while dral tho Right Rev. Bishop Lynch, and in the service of his country our stock la complete. When you buy Purniture you should Louis J. of Dallas, uttered words that ring This survey will be made only the Pllcher Kieffer, Jr., manager of is certain to give a good account among the Catholics of the city, and Button buy the kind that is net made to give Works at of himself. His older brother, true when ho said: will he mainly for the purpose of Windsor, Canada, will spend Rogers Church Goods Co. the away with trading stamps or cheap, holidays with his parents at their Irvin, a member of Branch 26, has "Those who conform their lives aiding families in distress. made home, 2533 West Jefferson street. camp. application for tho trainlnc to the lessons Inculcated hero will trashy premiums. We do not handle 129 S, FOURTH AVE. DEATH A SHOOK. never prove Judas Iscariot to Christ trading stamps, but good Furniture, Car Mrs. John F. Chfisfnr loft oo and will never become Benedict f v.. TTnitAU.. FUND RAISED HERE. SEB US FOR FULL LINE OF pets, Stoves and Ranges at low prices. Mrs. B. B. 2023 Wes nuiueBuurs, juiss., to Arnolds to America. But they will Market street, Schieman, a telegra: Christmas with her two sons.spend received L XMAS NOVELTIES Through the Catholic be considerate husbands, dutiful Tuesday night Informing her of th 9hestei: and Corporal ? wives, obedient children, appreci- death of her sister, uesier, or camp Shelby. fundsCouncil it Is learned that th Mrs. Carri U1"uuuu raised In tho war campaign ative servants of God and loyal Hohenadel, In Chicago, of burns Mr. and Mrs. J. Fleming Slack of last August and collected suffered early that day. Previous 415-41- 7 citizens of our country." EAST MARKET STREET. last week the guests of amounted to $16,860.07, and there telegrams had stated that Mrs who is still a small amount outstanding. B R,le3r' kave returned to Hohenadel was in a critical cbndl-tloI All of this money as collected, exbut no details wore furnished their home at Owenshoro. Miss y Slack accomPanied cept a small balance now remainconcerning tho accident. Mrs them11 ing In bank, has been forwarded to The war Is undoubtedly responsi Hohenadel was the wlfo of Henrj be expended under the direction of ble' for many e braln-etoramongst Hohenadel, President of Hohenade' the National Committee on War Mrs. persons of week and narrow minds, Bros., Chicago, one of tho larges' Syracuse, Charles E. Cooney, of Activities. Those in Louisville who and Oullum, to Where the the usual symptoms of the disorder cap manufacturing concerns in th' if New York, Mrs. Howardfor believe JBBSmmSSS Where work Is quickly have left country. their mained tho money should have re- CHILDERS ELECTRIC CO. Her father, the brightest; lat' lomes after a pleasant visit done; being a tendency to regard everyone Thomas here and that local accomwith Weber, was at one heir parents. Mr. ma m ndennnfo 333 Wcit Main St. who does not see matters from their Where tho work Where cooking irrnu t t modations will not receive Jn of Jefferson countv. Tie Wathen. "' auuuoiu will do lntOnflHfffl lightest; Vnnn. real fun; cook an entire meal with this grill. contracted viewpoint as disloyal to sides Mrs. Schieman, another sister Ing that the buildings at tho local Can " Phone City 135. - iH I. nation. The recent election In Mrs. Frank Wesael, lives in L'ouls inr--j Where balds g gives de Where the meal is the Joseph Spalding, of the Spalding camp cost $18,727.45, which is in eooked best; light; New York furnished many evidences ville. hoe Company, excess of the amount Eighteenth raised In 'taple, is ill of typhoid fever and Louisville. Where drudge Is est 9t Where the range atasda of the prevalence of the disorder Further, at the camp at the JEFFERSONVILLE. sight the test Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, National Committee has an hfrewtfic aid Ahwrnal Halts SclwtifkiHy Treated there, and Juat now a conspicuous nd Thursday his condition was tats expense of more than $500 a month where That's That's Um where Washington beara gentlemen in Mr. Russell P. Kehoe, of Je' In salaries for the po3t chaplain ana 'Qalefc Meal" comes critical. Dr. Uriah Z. Litsey "Quick Meal" witneM to the fact that the national fersonvllle, has departed for Fc building secretaries, besides la. Chiropodist Kan., to Join her huaban'1 George A. Kieffer, f6rmerly with incidentals. Thus Louisville other capital is not immune to the dis- Riley, went has who Qalek Meal Gas RaBgea Sold. last ailed and Highly Iteooraraaadsd there a week earlier t X. Murphy, but now with the received a larger sum than Its peo607 ease. For this gentleman brands asume his duties as ar Department Starks as a chief ple have already contributed. The -the appeal of a deserving claae of the cavalry branch ofLieutenant aujehtsman, left last week for magnitude of the work to be done the regula BaililiH& CC kFedoral employ for simple Jtwtfwf&rmy, Wt Newark, N. J where he will be en- - should now he appreciated. Both Phones KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED BVBRY SATURDAY. COMING EVENTS. toy December Here's The sm. Check That Thousands Received 0ity Mtl 15-1- ad-Ct- of ft Jmm rxHmvy - Jmm&r MmmT0j? IBIKK fmm p mi g. nmM jjWB VVVHVMk BSCKISiK'K. V-1 q.p - ' 5, jljt x rm sr ui rn ir JOIN NOW FOR 1918 DON'T NOW! Christmas Savings Fund I. B. Imqwdamp hjnc j 1 IK riH ri fKr lnl92 LJJHHBflHIHllHrilillHHMiHPHHHP hBWtSsS 9yysi r frTML .fjrrw tirv'n ff,A?TAiJ5 -,- h lJuv m w-- w iB KH ij,.v ? .sia.: n-.4- iH IB lM iM Rip-Sa- w I I O S6 i l,hA, : H Loiiicfiy., 0L M I H; M SOCIETY. I far-fam- iifd-a- STEGER KxVfsS B i. m M KSK49 ' MATT IRION & SONS Jewelers and Opticians Gas-parr- nla-chi- no ij Mulloy's New Blend Coffee 1- JUL Hl at. A CANDI(E)D REQUEST - Smith 304-30- Nixon Co. , RUDOLPH 8c BAUER CANDY MAKERS narrow-minde- n, out-of-to- FURNITURE Ser-SKS- JJA.MES GREENE n, BRAIN-STORM- S. m Where the Quid! Meal Comes In jn '1 r '; CORNS.BUNIONS re-'ort- ed GEHEK IbOJN, market st. 'J.i ' 1 jaBsarxjoxTsr IABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS 'Readers of the Kentucky arc earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our read ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. Irish-American , irisk ajmcb3kioaj!c- 'dcsloyautV-to. ,: V RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS 'i ' , FSK FOR 'PBifc COVERNMENT' 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 and Jewelry Make the Alost Appreciated GOLDEN AGS BRAND MACHINE DRIED MACARONI, rCLEANER THAN MEAT .ALL GROCERS. SPAGHETTI, 5a and 10a Packages NOODLES. AND BETTER TO EAT Goods ReaorvCd on Nothing just as good. Accept no substitutes. R. SEE OUR SUPERB ASSORTMENT. BATJTDE, Part Payment. JEWELKR, Street. 300 West Market CHILE PARLOR iHorao Phone City 3998 Highest Cash Prices Paid for Horses, Cattle and Hogs At YoM uso xauow ana urease. premises, I3BAI ANIMALS Cut-O- ff FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN 410 South Bighth Street. Ib"HHC? t iHBBr3fc'&. it LOUISVILLE RENDERING COMPANY Incorporated j&j&wJ v&s. J. & ft .aaaaaaaaaaaaM j tjh River Road, East of Home Phone City 721 M Cumberland Main 721 PEOPLE PBOVTDENT waa organized by n iu inaKC well-know- H. W. CONTRACTING ENGINEER Steam and not "Water Heating and HOME NEWMAN B AX'S PLAGE 1401 CEDAR STREET Box Horon, Prop. SOUTHERN STAR" Horning" Incorporated. LOANS ASgOOXATXMr ' I Sanitary Plumbing OFFICE: 440 S. SECOND LOUISVILLE, KY. SLICED BACON Afl Keady for Your Griddle cIUsmuI crey-- l la the on Homo Phone, City 2845 City 2038 Main 9363 L. Proprietor RATE'S OAPE Prop. AUG. F. RATH, LOUISVILLE, JOS. DRIES , " aaaaawlXvx JLi aaaaa?lHv J?-- VlV m 3 WI--? ; MVr f'ry.iS"k' , TWlttBgHfflBaattttmajc LOCK HIM UP. - HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE! LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. (Incorporated.) Home furniture and other personal , LOWEST BATES. Culeman Bid?., 8. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. Both PhoneB, 2S86. Phone Shawnee tot 421 EAST JEFFERSON KY. STREET FINE WINES AND LIQU6rS THIRTEENTH AND MARKET STS. Both Phones 2406 WHITEHALL BUFFET UNOLE SAM CHRISTMAS NOT FIT TO LIVE WITH IN IRELAND. Home Phone, City 1140 LATTER HENRY LIQUOR HOUSE REUTLINGER & CO. CAPE AND Adolph Rcntllngcr Jag and Bottlo Trade A Specialty FIRE INSURANCE TORNADO, LIABILITY AND 467 EAST JEFFERSON ST. 0. LOUISVILLE Near Preston - - - KENTUCKY PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET Both Phones rOULTRY FOOD AND SUPPLIES Free Advlco on Poultry and Home Phone, City 1533 Automobile Repairing GEO. SHOP WALLER'S PETSTREET 210 WEST MARKET Quick Delivery Pet Diseases F. BREITENSTEDT MACHINE CO. Engines, Pumps, Elevators and General .Machinery liepairs Promptly Attended To EAST SHOP: 731-73- 3 Homo Phone City 6085 MAIN ST. Phono City 5692 H. Platoff, Prest. I. Bush, Sec.-Trea- a. Incorporated GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS PLATOFF & BUSH P.. FREDERICKS Dealer In SCRAP 214-21- Special Attention To Repair Work Estimates Cheerfully Furnished OFFICE, 120 WEST GREEN ST. Phono 2543 6 RAGS, METAL, IRON, OLD BOTTLES, ETC. Paper Stock A Specialty SOUTH FLOYD STREET Bet. Market and Jefferson LOUISVILLE KY. W. R. TISOHENDORF LUMBER COMPANY WE KEEP wa.Mw HUBER'S BAKERY CONFECTIONERY Wedding and Birthday Cakes My Specialty. Assorted Candies. Two Stores 745 E. Jefferson S00 E. Walnut 'MSA m& 'vtvTnct, EVERYTHING DRY. FRANK OAMFIELD SALOON Johnson and Main Streets JPhono City 4846 Fifteenth and Oak Phones: City and South 1813 THE SIGN OF QUALITY Highl'd 7413 BARRETT FURNITURE .CO. and Used FURNITURE Stoves, Store and Office Fixtures Bought, Sold or Exchanged. 120 East Market Street Phono City 3608 Now East 180 KENTUCKY LAUNDRY CO. Incorporated 014-02- It is well for those of us who were Iborn In the Island of Saints to look back at this 'holy season to the first Christmas we remember distinctly in that Christian land, where the true Christmas spirit has ever prevailed. How happy we felt when we were told that we might stay up to see the cattle drop on their knees at midnight, In n adoration of the Babo of Bethlehem! How (pleasant was the smell of the roasting meats, the boxty puddings, etc.! How we the raisins given ub to keep us quiet! How pretty the great kitchen looked in its holly and Ivy decorations! How joyous and glad wo all were on that Christmas eve long ago! But despite the great pleasure and excitement wo experienced for hours, midnight found us in the land of dreams, and if the ass and the ox fell on their knees at that Witching hour wo were not there to see. We were called, however, to accompany our elders to the first mass, and it was easy to get us up; nor were wo long In getting ready for tho Toad. Can we over forget our first sight of tho church beyond the valley ibrllliantly Illuminated? Never before had we seen it lit up at night, and strange and beautiful the sight. As we trudged along the winding road through the powdery snow we noticed lights In every house we passed. Some of the Inmates were getting ready for mass, and some of them were coming out and joining us on parade, as it were. The nearer wo got to tho church the larger our numbers grew and tho louder pealed the .bell, which had been ringing ever since wo left the now-boren-Joy- ed The Home of the Overcoat. Tremendous Overcoat where there's a happy choice for every chooser. Splendid overcoat fabrics, styles in exhibit many variations, and values that continue to add to our fame. value-givin- g $15 and Up. LEVY'S Third and Market long campaign in Palestine. It is seven 'hundred years since tho Holy City was in possession of the" Chris tians. Whether tho Turk will bo readmitted to Jerusalem can only bo determined after tho close of the present war. Ho might havo been driven out of Europe fifty years ago if tho Christian na tions bad not been Jealous of each other. Wo never could understand e why the Turk was permitted to tyrannize over Christian peoples. The present war explains It. It was permitted for la purpose. ed half-savag- 2 Undcrhlll St. Geo. Dearborn Manager Were ever so many candles lit In one place as we beheld on entering tho church? , How brilliant, how beautiful waa tho scene that met our eyes. Was over a crib more lovely than the crib wo caw that night? If so we have never seen it. And tho decorations how house. 'lM"I"t"?"l'i,144il,HlllW-W"M"M"M-M"WtM"ll- i' DOUGHERTY Funeral Directors BOTH & McELLIOTT and Embalmerst Homo City 200S 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, iEMaOJVBJS. - J ItivIIIll,'H-H-M-w-wII"Hii Climb. Main SOOS-- a I lmntHQWltWHtWi GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. j; Funeral Director and Embalmer BOTH PHONES 810. f X SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE"STS. WUWMHHHUUUH(mH(MMMUWMWHHUmHVUUMMHM CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071-- t HOME PHONE 88 0tieW .5&4A3k- splendid they were! Tho young priest In the gorgeous vestments was the most beautiful of all priests; tho onass the most wonderful of all masses; tho "Adesto FIdells" the sweetest tho choir over sang. Nothing could ever surpass that Christmas mass for us. "Whate'er has been, again may be But never as at first." And the walk Qiomo after mass, with tho merry greetings of the season from friends and neighbors, can never be forgotten. Christmas In Ireland Is truly a holy day. There Is nothing worldly about It. With real heart worship is the Babo of by young and Bethlehem greeted old. Tho light is set in tho window to guide tho Holy Child to tho house, and the door Is unlatched so that Ho can enter when He arrives. Whatever Is eaten or drunk during the Christmas season is offered up to tho honor and glory of Him who lias como into tho world, poor and lowly, to redeem it from sin and death. At tho great Christmas dinner tho absent ones are recalled those that have gone" to their reward are lovingly and tenderly prayed for, and of those beyond the sea It is said: "May they be as happy as wo this Joyful Christmas day!" And the dinner over, tho American letter that was contained in the thoughtful Christmas box is reread, and tho sender praised and blessed exceedingly. Oh! wo should never forget, especially at Christmas, tho dear ones at home. Thoy do not forget us. They ever have us In mind, and their constant prayer is that God may have us In his keeping. ST. CHRISTMAS CAROL. There was a Star whoso light, Mystical and holy, Shone through tho quiet night O er a stable lowly. Sing praise to God on high! And rejoice that Ho Thds should beatify Humble poyorty. There was a Little Child, Innocent and holy, Born of tho Virgin mild In that stable lowly. Sing praise to God, who gave Unto you and mo Such Gift our souls to save! Oh! the Charity! A merrio Christmas, gentlefolk! And may your wealth and pride Be mindful of tho humble ones This blessed Chrlstmastlde. T. A. Daly. BISHOP GRIMES. The Right Rov. John Grimes, tho o, second Bishop of tho Syracuse dlo-ces- J, J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. JOSEPH ORPHAN SOCIETY. WWVWHWHWiWWWWWWiWWlWWWWWtMiWWWM m. j. VAHHUR. J2! Tmisa11 - TVfc-S- - mhii 1 1 n-- f p. n'immiiiiiiiiiinnimt IANN0N, rm.lUp. JR., VIM PfM. & Tn. T. H. MERIMEE. Srrtarj. IR Sewer BANNON PIPE CO. aaa Culvert Pipe, Baaaea's Pateat Ceaiaits, Wall Capiat Draia Tile, YHrl&i Irkk, Fire Preeia, Flse LiBia, Fire Brick Grate aaA Seller Tile, Greaaa" Fire Clay, Ckimaty V a ft. OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON HOME PHONES CITY WORKS !Ii 1 Uiiti Pipe far Steam i CUMB. MAIN 507. 13th end Breck. sad Magnolia Ave., Bet. 9tU aad Hn M j M 1 1 11 1 1 M I H H 1 1 1 S73-1788. mi u i0tb. 1 Officers were elected last Saturday by St Joseph's Orphan Society as follows: President, Henry B6sse; Vice President, Domlnlck Lubbera; Recording Secretary, Joseph Secretary, Corresponding Charles O. Pfeffer; Financial Secretary, A. H. Huckenback; Treasurer, The various 5 William H. Mayer. S0LDD3RS. LOUISVILLE branches of the society also elected nONOR their officers. St. Joseph's is one Gen. Whitney, commander of the of tho most progressive and successd Field Artillery at Camp ful organizations of its kind in Shelby, Miss., has selected a special this country. detachment from the Louisville ' regiment stationed there, the solNEW DETECTIVE AGENCY. diers selected boing chosen for all '.'. around ability. They are Corporals Oapt John P. Carney, former Joseph Moran and Edmund Chester Chief of Detectives, has opened a and Privates Gruber, Kirwin, Webb, 11 private detectlvo agency in tho Todd Davidson, Ryan and Cronln, building and has associated with Bradas. him John M. Malley, former Secretary of the detective department. PORTRAIT OF SHERIDAN. The new agency will be known as With fitting ceremonies a large Capt, Carney's Detective Bureau. Carney was formerly a Pinkerton portrait of Gen. Philip H. Sheridan, detective and during hie service famous Catholic General, will be here won national fame by & 4,000 unveiled at the K. of O. hall at mile chase of Wendllng, who mur- Camp Sheridan, Ala., In the near dered a little scchool girl in one ruture. Mrs. Nellie Sheridan-Wll-soniece of the late General, will of our church basements. present the portrait to the 'Catholic soldiers in the camp, named for her JERUSALEM. 1 distinguished uncle, with the underThe surrender of Jerusalem by standing it is to be ke?t la the the Turks marks the close of a custody of the K. of C. Heitz-mann; years old Tueswas sixty-flv- o Bishop Grimes was ordained day. In February, 1882, and was consecrated on May 1C, 1909, succeeding the lamented Bishop Ludden. For years Bishop Grimes was pastor of St. Mary's church in Syracuse, now tho Cathedral, one of the finest in tho Empire State. Under his administration the diocese has made steady progress, and It is the earnest hope of his people that he may for many years to como remain their spiritual ruler. CONTRACTOR FOR BoaziNO, ouxssszxro, arourora ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WORK Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted WANT TO KNOW. 1315 S. Twonty-slxt- h St. A.SPHALT SHINGLES A SPBCIALTT From July last until tho present toll Weit BroMAmj, lujalrrtUe, Ky. Homo Phono Shawnee 368 tho Irish conference or convention JOHN B. O'LEARY CO. has grappled with tho question of T. E. Y1ANN DAIRY COMPANY a constitution for Ireland, but what Headquarters for it has done or what It has left unINCORPORATED done nobody outside the sacred preCITY AND FARM PROPXRTT.i cincts of Regent House, Trinity See us abort anvthlnr 1b 0 60UTH WENZEL ST. College, Dublin, knows or probably ceuue. we sen, Duy ana rent. cares. Perhaps the finding of the 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. convention may como as a Christmas Both Phones 4202 gome Phone City 4464. gift to Ireland, and that by Christmas day will be known what Its CHAS. ANSON somewhat wearisome deliberations Phono City 2771 Successor to C. Molter havo come to. Referring to the suggestion of the Daily Mall that 0. T. THOMAS & CO. the convention should nominate a BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY Special Attention Given Picnics and council for provisional government, 'Lord Dunraven writes that Weddings. Ice Cream and Sherbets 630 WEST JEFFERSON STREH! 319 SOUTH PRESTON ST. he would regard such as destructive of the convention, which was purely Phone City 4803 Louisville, Ky. deliberative, its function being to define a constitution. To make the ENGRAVERS ESTABLISHED 1893 convention concerned with administration would destroy all faith in SOHLICn ENGRAVING COMPi them and all hope for the results of Louis A. Broring, D. D. ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS their Inquiry. In this Lord ELECTROTYPERS is perfectly right. To confer on the conference any adminis835 W. Main St., Louisville. Ky. trative functions would be perfectly Home Phew 2556 430 W. Market St Home Phone City 6674 absurd and not only absurd but dangerous, in view or tho fact that WM, AUGUSTUS It really does not represent public GLOBE SECURITY & LOAN CO. Incorporated opinion in Ireland. Meanwhile Mrs. Connery, of the Irish Women's Contractor of Excavating, AH A. Lazar, Manager Franchise League, has written to Kinds of Con Sir H. Plunkett Urging on the con- Money Advanced on Your Plain Note 313 West Jefferson Street vention tho. most earnest considera crote and Wrecking. (Second Floor) tion of the claims of Irishwomen to 14.04 Preston. equal political status with men in Homo Phone City 2967 Homo City 200 any scheme of government which Meyer Goldberg may be recommended. This claim is M. A. Goldbere WINE HOUSE LOUISVILLE AUTO all the more vigorously urged in HOLLENBAOH'S PARTS CO. view of the injustice done by exKarl A. Hollenbach, Prop. 518 East Market Street cluding Irish women delegates from Importer and Dealer in Wo Carry All Kinds of Parts for the convention. Automobiles Write Us. AND LIQUORS WINES .Highest Prlco Paid for FOUR HUNDRED POOR. 144 South. Tidrd Street Old Automobiles Phono City 7798 Speaking of the preparations that Homo Phono 1191 are being made for the approach of Christmas it will not be amiss to J. G. rULLIAM JACK SHERIDAN public of remind the MOVING AND PACKING Louisville that the poor outcast and RAGLE CAFE AND POOL ROOM' forgotten but Motor Truck Express N. W. Cor. Seventh and Market cared for Inmates of the Ibuso of tho Good Shepherd will PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY Cumb. Phone Main 2019 231 West Green Street be looking forward to Christmas day as a day of cheer and 'good Homo Phono City 9130 Homo Phone City 2564 wishes, and the Kentucky Irish American reminds us readers that hero will be a chance to- gladden tho tearts of many who have turned from a life of sin to a life replete Starts a Savings Account with this safe, conservative, Bank, to which Srou can We cent. No with Joy and happiness, through add Jl.00 or more at any time. givenadd absolute safety and 3 perdepositor cost to you whatever depositor of $1.00 or the courteous attention the of $10,00. the loving ministrations of the pure The same d Sisters of the Good Shepherd. Here gifts not only of food and clothing may be given, Under the Big Clek Stats Governffltnt Supervision Secofld and Market but at Christmas time a letter of forgiveness and good cheer from to gladden the home will help HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY heart, while a real visit will comfort and help to save many a soul. Like .the Good Shepherd let us all DIVISION 3. bo merciful and forgiving, for He liliiii First and third Fridays, Hlbernlaa has said "Inasmuch as yo do to one 1 H 0 Home, of these, my brethren, ye do It to Portland. Mo." This Christmas tho Sisters President John M. Riley. Shepherd have over of tha Good Vice President Tim O'Leary. 400 whom they will care lor. Recording Secretary John Mar tin. 3LV1CES CHRISTMAS MERRY. Secretary Financial John J. Broderick. A merry Christmas will be yours Treasurer Daniel J. Dougherty. if you forget yourself In service Sergeact-at-Arm- s d?at Begley. to your neighbor. Nearest Phone" Sentinel Thomas Noono. A merry Christmas will bo yours 'As Near to Ycj as tbe If you keen within your means by not yielding to a love of display FUNERAL DIVISION 4. FLOWERS in the iglving of gifts. Meets second and fourth Mondays, A merry Christmas will be yours Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. If you do not live In enmity with A Special Spray $3.00 President Thomas Lynch. your neighbor, nor gossip about the A Special Wreath $5.00 Vice President John J. Barry. kinks in his character. Financial Secretary Thomas J. A merry Christmas will be yours Langan, 734 West Oak. if you give to- tho Lord In the per Recording Secretary William P son of his poor. McDonogh. A merry Christmas will bo yours iZoilo&frfHu if you bring your best society man Treasurer John F. Burke. arwau iSHsa mi Sergeant-at-Arm- s ners to tho homo circle. Thomas Di TKMf3t.StX& A merry Christmas will Jje yours nan. tourtrt rvmue loulrvllr if you can say, "Thy will bo done," Sentinel M. J. McDormott. and mean it. A merry Christmas will bo yours We telegraph Flowers Everywhere if you begin the day in tho spirit of the church by a worthy reception of the sacraments. 508-51- HENRY GOSS SAM L. ROBERTSON, ri . REAL ESTATB Dun-rav- en DENTIST over-genero- us down-trodda- i, ten-dor- ly - Sixty-on- e year-ol- d whitn-robe- GERMAN INSURANCE BANK o Hi M 1818-182- - , BETIHiEHEM TODAY". Jo-se- H. B0SSES0N and GERMAN, BANK Sixty-thir- n, Funeral Directors The long, gray hill up which and Mary tolled because there was no room for them In the inn is Embalmers. the bare and burnt now, and rocky road is white with chalky dust. That first Christmas eve, when tho Virgin Mother looked I; Telepboae 1020. baok at the Holy OTty, she saw no Moslem flag floating over Moriah, but tho glory of tho temple, a mass of glittering terraces, smning line silver, Its roofs planted with spear XMCOWORATHD instead or heads of solid gold, the curse of barrenness and deso Clean Grocery Stores. lation she could, from the old House of Bread, look on smiling Best Por vineyards and barley fields in the Goods delivered free anywhere Fifth valley where Ruth came gleaming in the early days or Israel. The within six blocks of our stores. waters of a pretty brook go softly through it yet a scene fair to the Hn yar freya a eaeatts that iriB) eye, pleasant to me memory, it is ynrpaar taua tit life. the fields of the shepherds, where angel songs were heard but once ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE on earth. She saw, as we did, the purple wall of Moab, and the peak 1U W. reaway, XiealrrlHa, Xy. of prophets where the greatest CoadbcUd by tho XaverUa Brstkava. went up to die, and shining, steel- CUsalcal. 8eicatla aaa BestisM NORTON BUILDING blue, the sea, which forever buries Oeuraes, Preparatory Departoaeat, Lt the dead cities of the plan. Mrs. N.W. Ctriier Fturtti and Jeffersu SwlmBBiar Fee, Well Squlnpet 8yT jmi. Lew Wallace. renaa flaaQurnm. ore. jums, A 'QUAKER MAID' "me Less' and Market Sis. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT r. .Tt-- X XCJETTXIOKIY IXfclSJBC AMXO-AJV- . j .BACOH a son j We dive and Redeem Surety Coupons. I f HERMAN STRAUS rouRTN AveHue WCOP0ATeO $ SONS MARKCT STREET ' We Qive and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. uum (m Tho i 3 BOOKS 20c 30c IN- - Children Books For Christmas and Let Them Acquire a laste For Reading, ie TOYLAND CONTRAST OF WAR HARVESTING AND FIGHTING IN FRANCE. Reaping machine at work near tho firing line close to a piece of heavy artillery In position. Tho gun is mounted on a railroad truck which moves alonj on railroad tracks. This is one of the peculiar contrasts of war. per Bed Tinio Stories; per copy 50c Twilight Stories; per copy Billy "Whiskers; per copy Boys and Girls ot the Bible; 25c and 85c copy Japanese Tales Retold; per copy Tho "Wonder Hill; per copy ooc Peter Pumpkin; per copy English Talcs Retold; per copy Tho JJttlo Colonel: ner conv 00c Mother Gooso; per copy French Tales Retold; per copy i Robin Hood; per copy Undo Wiggly Scries; copy- GOc Andcrson-'- s per 50c 50c 50c 50c 50c fSjA'it P The Last Dollar and Trust Co. M MJMJMtMttaaaM Lee Yottng Automobile Co. SOME CHIUST5IAS WANTS. presented St. George's church a WHEEL TICKETS FOR SIXTY AND HUNDRED stars. service flag with twonty-sove- n Tho Louisvlllo Public More gas With a (big initiation scheduled NUMBER WHEELS AT THIS OFFICE. for January 7, Division 20 expects and less hot air from tho gas comTHAT WILL BE APPRECIATED. In New York pany officials. to become tho largest Congressman Swagar Sherley We couldn't suggest anything more appropriate as a City. Two or three more secretaries to MMMrMMMriffi County President John Hennessy answer complimentary letters on useful gift than a comfortable pair of House Slippers or a plans to start arrangements (for St. latest honors Patrick's day right after New hisSecretaries Will In Congress.Albert pair of Dress Shoes. Kelly and aW Year's. Daly Presents for all of their solThe County Board loses a valua- dier boys at Camp Zachary Taylor. "EMERSON" "DUCHESS" ble member in. Vice President Tim "Billy" Ropetto A big audience Shoes tot Men Shoes for Woman O'Leary, who would not stand for daily to hear his views on the new Nature ShqpO Shoes For Children prohibition laws. Col. James P. Whallen Florida The meeting of Division 4 last night took the place of tho regular sunshine and Christmas greetings meeting of next Monday, which is to all his local friends. Frank Dugan anil Joo Overberg Leading Shoe Fitters. 336 West Market St. Christmas eve. patThe Hibernian hall team should A Democratic organization prosper next year with the man- terned after the Eighth, Ninth and ager, Walter Murphy, a member of Tenth wards. Vic Ecker Continual prosperity tho County Board. for Trinity Council, Y. M. I. Buffalo Hibernians had a very suc- Louisvlllo Public A Board of Tin concert, ana lecture Sunday TUIftrla 4Miubt will r1nn 41i n euu n uuu wv i i, in vtvmu tuu nrxtr nvirl 10f wie oeneiu oi memoors in, do less newspaper advertising, ,u'ul the service of Uncle Sam. Jack McGrath ( Charles Chaplin) The Ladies' Auxiliary of St. Paul A longer Fourth avenue to give presented Rev. J. M. Cleary. the tno ladles a treat. ' OUR NEW XMAS LINE pastor, a purse with which to purSenator ChaTles Knight Another chase a window for the Church of big contract to furnish meat to "GOOD LUCK, OAT.' TOYS READY FOR xne incarnation. Uncle Sam. Hon. W. P. McDonogh A list Division 1 of Cincinnati hfiH n Capt. Frank A. Relchert, the THE PHIL. H0LLENBA0H 00. BUSINESS committee arramrinc for thn nr. of girls to give flowers to on his father of amateur baseball In this , INCORPORATED The Great American sentatlon city, left this past week to accept of Christmas presents inauguration in tho Legislature. A big batch a situation in St'. Louis, and tho Col. Frank McGrath from the division to all members Distillers Of A fine assortment Velocipedes, Automobiles, who have enlisted in the army or of jobs for his Democratic friends Kentuoky Irish American Joins with who lost out in tho landslide. OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH TAYLOR & WILLIAMS navy. the thousands of his friends and Doll Buggies, Trains, Dolls, Steam Engines, T. J. MInary Motormen and 'HOLLENBAOH" PURS) RYH INCORPORATED. followers in wishing him luck and replace tho many going prosperity in his now home. Games, Furniture, etc. HERE'S TO YOU, SENATOR. LOUISVILLE, KY. As 028 W. Mala St. LouhrrUla, Ky on the police force. iDan Hennessy Tho promise of State Auditor Robert L. Greene -must have had eight good reasons his many friends to quit classing in his mind when ho appointed Sen- him with tho Osier crow. Col. Joo ator Sam L. Robertson to the post perity factory McGinn Moro prossmoke, as It will help It Write or call for it. Thousands of articles of Fire Marshal 'for this district, but the chief and principal reason tho laundry business. with illustrations shown. Shop early. Ed Aud A euro for tho hook is that the big Senator is one of worm. Al Martin A string of invitations to good old fashioned Dutch lunches. M. J. Brennan An opportunity M , Wr9 F 'i to thank the many who class him j as one of. our bralnest Democratic politicians. tKuMLKfJttk iaTaMaW Lawrence Relchert Tho scalns of the salaried Prohibition reformers. Rich Schuhmann Snow shoes In preparation for tho next big snow at Beechmont. NONE PURER NONE BETTER Tom Tarpy A contract to send . good smokes to tho soldier boys at the front. BTaBTam'BTaTjP' fM$&kl That you tpent for something ytu did not NEED would have lUrted Walter Pllson, John Hennessy. HfJaTaTaTam MSF f Fink Martin and Ed Wolfe A list SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bask; to bear interest COMPOUNDED of churches that need choir twice a year; There MAY COUK a time when your "LAST DOLLAR" CALL NO. 467 EITHER PHONE, Col. Petty A few police who President and organizer of tho Twin nst be spent for lomethiag yon DO NEED. The SAVING aow of the the most popular figures in local know something besides how to run City League, tho Catholic Baseball dollar! yon are waitlac might keep that "hard tine" frem ever coming. Democracy today, and in addition a street car. League, Mr. Pres Ray Ability to thank the recognition, iRelchert obtained wide will bring to the . position good and his slogan of judgment and ability. After nerv- many who pulled for him for Sur- "clean ball," the motto of tho IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE ing eight years in tho House and veyor of tho .Port. league, has made tho Jail Prisoners That good Char- ono of tho strongest ifTwin City Senate Senator Robertson entered tho primary tfor Sheriff last August ley Foster will give them this strongest amateur ibaseball not the organiand tws defeated in a close race, Christmas dinner. Harney Coll For his Louisville zation In tho United States. Zon although the choice of tho people. ular with players and SATISFIES THAT LONGING. Accepting that defeat mnnfniiv son. friends to Bkate over and see him aiuce, in ms long career spectators as an ofFifth and Court Place. before tho ice melts. ator Robertson worked for the1 sucSquire John J. O'Brien Just ficial with the amateurs no decision Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. cess of tho ticket, and his greatest of his was over Questioned. whfrh wants Santa Claus to remember boosters today tho mrn MM aMMMMaeteMaateiaMMM uiijiuBeu mm in are primary. m,hn joyal friends in his district fGr the speaks for itself. Untirlntr In re rgy, tno INCORPORATED Conin devotion to gratulations are duo 'both Auditor election to four year term. their cause, Capt. Relchert leaves a PHONfi CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. KY, Greene and Senator Jtobertson on to Ed Oesterrltter Old Kris Krlngle perpetual monument with hia ihnvo ' put a few lemons in the stoeklnirH miiiuMM ii ii milium in IMfi tho appointment. here. "Cap" says that if he dnRsn'f IWOutfit con. of the prohibitionists. Get IT FROM YOUR J George Buechel A rehearsal of like it in St. Louis ho will wend nn conM tic 1 tint of one nrfli HEWING OUIt SOLDIERS, the "rassllng" contents noyr going his Way to sunny California, and wo Durham Dupredict that the land nf nom,nt.,oi Every reader of Ihis paper plex Domino on In New York City. On Tuesday evening at the Tyler Razor with Col. George Barrett A rerriilnr sunshine will be his final quest, whHo AmeriTUB" may secure Hotel an enthuslnnfir. d Job as interlocutor with a minstrel where ho can see the. great old can Ivory M1"" my t llw attended meeting was held by the company. handloiafetr American pastime tho whole" year guard, (nop. Conservation Council. Managing Lieut. Joo HInes An angel to around. ping fcttatb. Director Relsert onade a full report pay ror an the Extra Pale Lager ment and 3 Peerless Common of tho work being done and under- giving tho girls. photographs he is Durham Du lilFE'S AVORK ENDED. plex Blade, taken and received numerous sue- Due to the treat demand we are aow BOTTLING COMMON, Andy Ferg Any old place to do packed in a Many old friends and 0ffera or assistance his amateur theatrical stunt and no you have tried the rest et the BEST. DURING THE LIKE deeply urieved to inrn here wore and if irom those nrpsPT1f n,n.n, i t references needed. " Of THIS ADVERTISEMENT been discontinued durinir tho Tuesday night of Mrs. Ellon Car- PHONESHome Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. Common Peoule A ntroat . Durham Duplex Razor Co.-season, but one will be given by roll, WidOW Of Phllln Onrrnll . the nne mat uoesni travel In groups. Knights oi Columbus on n Dr. John Chawk and Dan Sexton sister or George J. Butler, at her Cumb. Phone West 191 eve. On Christmas day there Home Phone If 1J A railroad ticket and season pass west uroadway. .Mrs. be open house at the council will to tho New Orleans TH Carroll was sixty-nin- e years old, and races. for councn members had spent a splendid life in the Representative Ben Bfipkninnn and their'W"friends. On Saturday A special train to Frankfort with service of God and tho church and December 29. a matlnoo dance at his friends to hear his first speech for humanity, and manifold will .be .BOTH PHONES 2399J hev council Is planned iby young in the Legislature. tho prayers which will ascend on adles, to which admittance will The American Poonln rnhn irnlanr. high for the SOUl Of a lnrr.n1.lr, Give us a trial for first-claservice. We are as ntCORPOBATEB JrUoa;,.Cl.rd8 aro ke'n& in a iweivo-ioring with Jess woman and an endearing friend. close to you as your phone. Prompt service day and solders elvlne- . , Wlllard and no fouls allowed. aui v.ving ner are three sons, M. J.. quarter's address bo that night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable Squire Hugo Schultz A note J. C. and E. Jf. Carroll, "and friends and relatives on arrival way from Cupid promising to send daughters. Mrs. Annie Keep two chauffeurs t ttr specialty. Give us a call. and The around taany couples with matri- Mrs. J. M. Williams. Puueral servfwiir,e8T ices were held Friday morning at are now monial Intentions. t. Charles Borromen Re- Director Reiwrt Invites Col. Matt Winn An opportunity flkU at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, nfrrnrth. rtrnrtftlaw. all to call and use the Isfermation tO thank Old Loulsvllla frinnrla whn Raffo celebrating the rhnrnh 'Part... requiem high SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. QRUBER & DEUSER. Maaasers, Louisville, Kr. mass, have wished him his present success. XMAS GIFTS VOLZ & MICHAEL .) i K 25c , 20c 50c Mother's Stories; por copy 30c Grimm's Fairy Talcs: por copy Traveling Bears; per copy 1.00 Story Tinio Books; per copy 20c 35c Child's Garden of Verse; per Dottio Dimple; per copy copy 35c 50c and 00c Littlo Prudy; per copy 20c Fifty Famous Tales; per copy Arabian Nights; por copy 75c Fivo Idttlo Peppers; por copy 30c Complete Mother Gooso; per copy $l.UU 1'nmung ana jjuiiuuig hooks; per copy 75c and 50c Talcs from Shakespearo; per copy 50c Painting Books; in boxes; per copy 80c Tales from Longfellow; per copy 50c Painting Books; per copy copy 20c, 25c, 15c and 10c Hans Brinker; per 75c, 00c and. 35c Gift Books; each 50c, 25c, 15c and 10c An Xmas Party for Santa Claus; 5wc Red, Green and Blue Fairy Book; per copy per copy 00c Grimm's Fairy Tales; per copy 2"c My Books of Ten Fables; per copy 00c 20c Pcnocchro; per copy 00c Child's Garden of Verso; per Pock's Bad Boy; per copy copy 20c and 25c Tho Fairy Talo Book; per copy 75c Mother Hubbard's House Tarty; per copy 20c Mother Gooso Books; por copy 20c Picture Books; each 20c 20c, 15c, 10c and 5c Bible Stories; per copy Tho World's Romances; per copy Fair' Talcs; per copy 50c HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notci. 3 CHRISTMAS SERVICES. dioThroughout tho Louisvlllo cese there will he an Impressive religious observance of Christmas day. .There will bo three masses In each Catholic church, tho first being high mass at 5 o'clock, but in St. Loills Bertrand's and a number of the larger ones tho masses will bo con- KNIflHTS OF EftLlIMM Late News That Will Interest Members Here and t8f tinual from that hour until 10:30. sanctuary decorations and Tho meeting Illuminations will be elaborate and Division held its last of tho year last night brilliant, and in all thero will be Division 4 elected officers last tho usual special musical night, too late for publication this week. Division 3 of Omaha will send a Christmas box to each of its soldier members. Frank J. Murphy has foeen elect ed President of Milwaukee division, tho largest in the country. Among the first, to send assistance to tho Halifax sufferers was the Division 8 of Franklin, Mass. Division 332 of Saxonvlllo, Mass:, to work. Chicago Knights have started out raise $500,000 for war camp San Francisco's campaign for tho war camp fund promises to go to ?250,000. Pittsburgh Knights have organlzed to ralso at least $250,000 In - Toys ix-ssi- m v m It seems certain that Nebraska will contribute $200,000 to the war campaign fund. Protestant ministers and Catholic clorgy aro working together In the war fund drive at Dunkirk, N. T. Buffalo is reaching out for $100,000 for the war camp fund Bishop Dougherty has urged every-onto contribute. Archbishop Hanna directed tho San Francisco war fund drivo for $250,000. Tho Standard Oil Com pany contributed $15,000. Bearing thirty stars, each representing a member who has gono forth to fight for his country, a beautiful service flag has been: flung to tho breez by tho Knights of Ind. Through tho Knights of Columbus tho Government identification tags worn by Catholic soldiers will bo stamped with tho words, "Send for tho priest." This workwiU bo dono at all camps. merger Tho greatest fraternal ever effected in Cincinnati will bring Into ono body Cincinnati and St. Gabriel Councils of tho Knights of Columbus and Robert F. Doyle Institute. This mean a considerable accession to the K. of C. members and the establishment of a downtown Catholic center and that city. big lino to select DOc down to 'Dolly's Trunks; a most line; priced from $4.25 down to............... .........$1.00 Velocipedes; steel and rubber tires; largo assortment; down to , $2.00 Toy Furniture; whlto and oak finish; big lino as low as ....30c Drums that will stand tho pounding; every hoy likes a drum; up from ....J25c Wlicclbamnvs; nice slzo for tho youngster....... ...............CGc Grasshopper Tennis Game; played with same rules as outdoor tonnis............ ......08c Pianos; froh; SO.OO com-plo- to Sandy Andy; a sand toy; put tho sand in the hopper and Sandy Andy will do the, rest; $1.00, . .... ............DOo 75c and... Wagon Blocks; give tho child plenty to do, $1.75 down. to....25c Tho Kiddio Knr; teaches the baby to walk, at..... . ..$1.00 Oulja Boards; tho Egyptian luclf boards; lots of fun, answers questions concerning tho past and futuro; largo size .$1.35 Busy Andy Trip Hammer; works automatically. .40c Hanger Cannons; Just like tho big ones; shoots rubber balls; complete outfit, consisting of 6 rubber balls and 6 soldiers and 1 gunner; complete $1.08 BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY IT !S ALWAYS PURE. H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield. Ky. m: YELLOWSTONE WHISKEY Page Christmas Catg. Free DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT 22Q ZJbtaj 4 )) . iiir RRX.L.BEER "Delivery Service?" Sure i i i KSm. ft?! Oh. Prompt J Ky. Title Savings Bank 0ERTEL BREW CREAM BEER n- JOHN F. OERTEL CO. p-- jersey gty. n.j. J& 06 i.ii Falls City Beer M A,if Autos and Taxis For Hire ss """w - sup-Pli- ed ot WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer. ' - ,t Till I p l'