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LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1917. decorations of the building and stood almost In bewilderment over Too tho beauty of tho ohapel. much praise can not bo given to tho ladies who so generously donated their time In decorating tho and building Sunday aftornoon evening. Tie decoration was under Mrs. Thoma3 of tho direction D. Cllnes and Miss Florence Barrett. And tho results only provo tho Old truth, that man would bo at a loss without tho beautifying hand of woman. A Christmas celebration was 'held In the rear of tho' Auditorium under tho auspices of tho Catholic Gifts were Conservation Council. banded to tho soldiers In attendance and was pronounced by tho boyB an Immense success. Gifts were also sent to ho post chaplain by friends for distribution among tho soldiers. Flowers for the altar wore donated by Mrs. Thomas Cllnes and Miss Barrett.' An event that shall long bo remembered took place Wednesday morning in tho Auditorium chapel when Oapt, J. F, Carey, of tho 159th Depot Brigade, Eighth Battalion, was united In the holy bonds to Miss Mabel matrimony of Georglna Evans, ofiBrookllne, Mass. Oapt. Carey formerly resided In Rochester, N. Y. I Miss Evans, a lady of great charm .and culture, was attended by Miss Bertha Niel, of Louisville. Capt. Carey was attended by Capt Joseph Ryan. Chaplain Rawllnson, assisted by the post chanlain. ofllctatcdLat tho wedding coromony, Captain and Mrs. Carey received communion at the mass which followed. Tho Captain and his lovely brldo were tho recipients of many congratulations and well wishes. The attaches at the Auditorium feel highly hon6red over tho wedding, as they realize that they have tho distinction that this marriage Is not only tho first ono performed in Camp Taylor, but also tho first colebratlon in any of tho Knights of Columbus buildings in tho tho cantonments throughout . States. At building No. 2 Chaplain on Christmas morning celebrated mass at 6, 7 and 8 o'colck; 150 soldlors received communion, and at 7 o'clock mass Chaplain Mahonoy solemnly baptized Privato Chrystler, of tho base hospital, who also received his first holy communion. On Monday evening the Junlora of tho Queen's Daughters, chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Murphy, entertained tho boys of tho 333rd and 334th regiments by distributing trench mirrors, games, etc. Tho boys tho evening very- much and aro anxiously awaiting for the return of these young ladles. During the evening the quartet from Company H rendered several vocal numbers. Tho repository In building Last No. 2 has been 'completed. Sunday Father BaHfr, accompanied by several young ladle? of the Young Ladles' Sodality of St, Louis Bortrand church, came out and put tho finishing touches to it. They havo tho best wishes of tho Knights of Columbus for this work. At building No. 3 mass was celebrated by Chaplain Rawllnson at Un8 o'clock Christmas morning. der the direction of Grand Knight by several Clines, ably assisted young ladles, tho boys of the Depot Brigade wore extensively entertained on Monday night. Secretary lined O'Daly had his entertainers up and ho gavo tho visitors a rare treat at tho performance of his Secretary O'Daly has been boys. kept very busy during tho holidays attending to tho hospital and many other duties, such as arranging a basketball schedule, etc. Ho .has quite a reputation as being ono of In tho most popular secretaries canrr. During tho past week Secretaries! Manlon and Branson, two k.. or u. secretaries who will have charge of tho Jacksonville post, paid a visit and wero very much Impressed with tho buildings. . Ma-hon- ey NOW ON DISPLAY DIAMONDS, WATCHES, GOODS , JEWEIRY. ETC. 309 1J JEWELER Market Louisville, Ky. Above Ploj d It. Phone 5310 CHAS. E.SENG - VOLUME XXXIX. PRICE FIVE CENTS. ADMIRATION For President Wilson and Ills Policy Expressed by Popo DEMOCRATS ,v Benedict. Words ol Sympathy For tlio Suffering Jews of iBIHHffiHSt&Sft&ry '" nn(MK" Jlfi From Southern States Injuring Party by Support of Prof hibition, Three Kentucky Congressmen Courageously Oppose the Amendment. Northern Congressmen Sore at Action of Southern Bep- rescntatives. TAX REDUCTION FALSE SAVING Russia. Outrages of Czar's Government Cause of Sorrow to Pontiff. NOT SEEKING TEMPORAL POWER Americans and Catholics everywhere will foe Interested In tho following extracts from an Interview bad with Pope Benedict by Herman Bernstein and only now made pubI ihave not published anything about that interview, as it was not ZEPPELINS ARE FAILURES. Intended for publication, but It seems to one that at the present Photo shows the remains of one of the fivo Zeppelins recently moment, when the Pope's efforts In ihroucht down by tho French aviators. In the foreground lying Insert behalf of peace are widely dis- on a stretcher is tho dead commander of tho Zeppelin. cussed and his neutrality is ques- Lieut. Lefevre, who directed tho squadron that (brought down the quarters, it will Zepps. tioned In certain J not bo a breach of confidence to relate some of the facts with which I familiarized myself during my visits the question of temporal power. If to tho Vatican. The Pope displayed he were not to go there will be at a keen Interest in and a familiarity least two belligerent nations, one of with conditions in Russia that was them Germany, who will ask for amazing. He said, in a soft tone, the restoration of that power. His the Holiness would like to see apparently deeply moved: as the "I know,about the tragedy of tho United States respect peace mediator. Midnight Mass at Auditorium and admiration Jewish people in Russia. Their suf- Ho Is full of ferings have touched my heart. I for the character of President WilPresented an Inspiring from my son." have received reports Sight". Bishops about tho persecution of Then he added: in Russia. I "I have no doubt that you could the Jewish people know about the wholesale expulsion do mo a service. You have read the the Pontifical letter on peace. We of entire communities, about wholesale accusations against tho sent that letter to the rulers of Knights of Columbus Building Jewish people without foundation, the belligerent nations. Wo have Thronged With Delighted about their great sacrifices and not yet sent it to tho neutral powtheir terriblo sufferings. I am ers. I am authorized by His HoliVisitors. ness to hand you a copy of that aware of the fact that this to has been letter with a personal dedication manifestation stimulated in Poland by the Russian His Excellency President Wilson, The Polish people are and I would be grateful to you If Christmas Celebration of ConGovernment. themselves suffering untold hard- you could present It to him when servation Council Immense I deships, my heart is bleeding for their you return to America." sorrows in tnls war, and my own clared that I would bo glad to do Success. Bishops have been treated cruelly this. Popo Benedict gave me tho imand mercilessly by the Government f tho Tsar." pression not only of a great religTho Popo then referred to several ious and moral 'leader, but also of petitions he had received from a 'brilliant statesman. It was ev- FIRST WEDDING AT CAMP TAYLOR Gallclan Jews and to letters he had ident that he was suffering because received from distinguished Jews In of the sufferings resulting from tho rarlous belligerent countries, de- war, and his efforts for peaco picting tho plight of tho Jewish seemed to mo prompted by a wholeWith tho ready approval of tho people in the war zone. Ho de- hearted desire ot see a just and Bishop and tho sanction of the rep- durable peace on earth and real Camp Taylor military authorities clared that if American Jews, good will to men. Upon my return midnight mass was celebrated on resentatives of tho Jewish of tho greatest neutral to America, several months later, Christmas evo In tho Auditorium power, would present some of the I presented the autographed letter chapel. Passes were issued to all Alfacts in the form of an address, he to tho President, who expressed his men desirous of attending. and thanks to the though a heavy rain was falling It would be glad to answer by a pub- appreciation lic letter and would send a cir- Pope. did not prevent tho men coming to cular letter to various countries tho moss, as tho Auditorium was stating that it was to NIGHT WORKERS MASS. Moro than taxed to Its capacity. He said he was an be 600 men received communion at energetic enemy or Archbishop Moeller has granted tho mass, and as tho post chaplain and would denounce It upon every permission to have an early Sunday said in greeting tho soldiers, if occasion. It was at this point that tho boys could mass for newspaper only the parents of to soo this InI mentioned tho remarkable appeal and holiday have been present of Pope Benedict addressed to tho and other night workers in St. spiring sight a prayer of Joy and nations then at war and to their Louis church, Eighth and Walnut, thanksgiving would have sprung "tho business people's" church, of from their hearts to tho great God rulers, In July, 1915. "Yes," he repeated, "wo must re- which Rev. Henry J. Lehman is who had drawn their boys to Him. member that nations do not die. pastor. The "Printers' mass" has Tho Auditorium was crowded long Humbled and oppressed, they chafe been established some years In New before tho time of mass by those under tho yoke Imposed upon them, York City, Philadelphia and other preparing for confession. It was preparing a renewal of tho combat cities. The credit for obtaining an unusual sight to see so largo a Grace is due number of soldiers waiting their and passing down from generation this favor from His to generation a mournful heritage to Harry C Williams, a printer and turn to go to confession. Confesa member of Norwood Council, K. of sions wero heard by Post Chaplain of hatred and revenge." The Pope expressed his great ad- - 0. Firemen, policemen, Grashoff and ChaplalnsJtawlinson and other night workers are and Eango from o'clocRfuntil midliratlon for President Wilson as a to attend. The first night. as a great welcome brilliant statesman, leader and power for peacfe. He Cincinnati "nightworkers" mass will The mass was offered by Chaplain was declared that he had watcJled his be celebrated Sunday, January 6. Rawllnson and the sermon efforts in behalf of peaco olid that breached by Post Chaplain Gras LABOR MEN ELECT., he himself would continue lo light hoff. Tho soldiers' choir sang during tho mass, under the direction of for peace and would be glf to aid Tho United Trades and Labor As- will T. J. Doyle, tho Secretary or all those who fight for p :e. Tho Pope then spoke & icaln of sembly held Its annual meeting the Auditorium. During tho comhis absolute neutrality. Sunday afternoon, passing reso- munion a solo was rendored by "We reprove injustice what- - lutions that would place tho fire Mr. Doylo. Tho nurses of the base ever side it may (have b in com- - department under civil service. Pat- hospital and many nonathollcs Tho ceremony mltted," ho sa... "I lov lall th6 rick Gorman was Presi- were In attendance. children of God equally a I suf-- dent for tho third term. Other of the midnight mass and tho sight fer when they suffer. I h p point- - officers chosen were James 0. of so many soldiers receiving com ed out In my recent lott to the Ames, John Gimble, Philip Ossman munion Is a spectacle that shall rulers of the nations at war that and John Doyle, Vice Presidents; linger vividly In tho memory of It Is high time to weigh with serene, George 'C. Burton, Corresponding those present. Masses wero offered In the Audimind the rights and aspirations of Secretary; C. N. Jacques, Recordtorium at 6, 7 and 8 o'clock by the the peoples, to initiate an exchange ing Secretary; Lawrence J. 8 Just of views with the object of holding Jr., Financial Secretary; L. J. post chaplain. Private before the h Edgar Whlt-latco'clock mass In due account, within the limits Stelnmetz, Sr., Treasurer, and was solemnly baptized by of possibility, those rights and as- Charles Gorman, Representative to Father Grashoff, and received his pirations, and thus succeed In put- the State Federation of Labor. first communion at tho mass. Capt, ting an end to the monstrous strug Walter Baker and his charming gle, 'rne equilibrium or the world, Mrs. wlfo wero tho god parents. and the prosperity and assured nMMmMIIMM Baker and tho Captain aro themtranquility of nations rest upon selves converts. Private Ryan, of mutual benevolence and respect for the 309th Engineers, made this first the rights and the dignity of others, communion at tho midnight mass. much more than upon hosts of A high mass was sung at 10 armed men and ring of formidable o'clock in tho Auditorium by Chap-Iai- n fortresses." Lango, and the sermon was The Pope then Inquired about preached by Post Chaplain Grasconditions In Mexico. "In Mexico, hoff. Tho music and singing wero as elsewhere, all we want is librendered by tho choir of St, Louis erty," he said slowly. "Liberty and Bortrand church. Tho members of Justice." this choir aro certainly to be conIn answer to my question about gratulated on their splendid voices his views regarding the aspirations and beautiful rendition of tho mass. of the Zionists, the Pope said: Tho religious services of the day "I am In sympathy .with the closed with solemn benediction of Jewish national aspirations In Paltho Most Blessed Sacrament immeestine. We want liberty and jusdiately after the high. mass. There tice, Just as the Jews want liberty must have been a new thrill In tho ana justice everywhere." After a canticle of the angels In heaven, cordial handshake tho Pontifical "Glory to God In tho highest and audience ended. peace on earth to men of good In the course of my Interviews will," as they gazed down upon with Cardinal Gasparrl I asked our soldier boys assisting at tho about tho reports to the effect that Christmas services In tho Auditho Pope desired to bo a member Mass was offered at 6 torium. of the peace congress at the close o'clock In the chapel at tho base of Wie war. His answer was: by Chaplain Rawllnson, "It should be clearly understood who also said mass in building No. In the United States and elsewhere 3 at 8 o'clock. Chaplain Lange that there is no truth at all in any said two aliases In the barracks, of una reports that the Pope wishes to go iihi iiiwtTm. the 45th regulars at 6 and 8 to the peace congress to restore o'clock. ITALIAN PREMIER. temporal power. His Holiness deDuring the aftornoon of Christclares solemnly that If he should .Prof. Vlttorle Orlande, tho new mas the Auditorium was thronged go to the congress nobodjf will raise Premier, who faces a difficult task. with visitors, who admired the tasty lic: AMERICAN AVIATORS LEAV ING JAPAN WITH MEDALS. from Fort Wayne, Ind., as he was Art Smith, American aviator oftout to leave Japan for the United States with a record of 260 flights medals. Ho will offer ihls services to tho unitea and forty-nln- o States Government as an instructor in aviation. CAMP NEWS GRATIFYING Tribute Paid by Notable Economist to the Monks of Old. Efficicacy Advocate Deplores Ijack oj Leaders Among Clergy anti-Jewi- sh pocket-knive- s, en-Joy- ed - Kccognlzcs Economic Efficiency Among Priests Past and Present. FOSTERED WORK com-Jiuni- ty anti-Jewis- h. anti-Semitis- m letter-carrie- rs G HIBERNIAN ELECTION. At tho special meeting of Division 4, Ancient Order of Hibernians, last Friday evening the annual election of officers took place and resulted as follows: President John J. Barrjv Vice President .Mark J. Ryan.. Lawrence Recording Secretary D. Meany. ed Financial Langan. Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- Secretary , Thomas J. s John F. Burke. Bernard Mul-doo- n. Stein-met- y, Sentinel M. J. McDermott. Standing Committee Patrick Keegan, Fergus Mooney, Thomas Keenan, Joseph F. McCarthy, C. J. Ford. Previous to the meeting William A. Relsert, Managing Director of the Catholic Conservation Council, spoko in behalf of enlisting A. O. H. aid for tho soldiers stationed at Camp Zachary Taylor, and told how tho individual member? could assist 'by Inviting soldiers to their homes and in renting spare rooms Jo the wives and relations of tho drafted men who come here on a flsit. Mr. Relsert's talk was well received and Division 4 decided to enlist in tho work, and President Fergus Thomas Lynch appointed Mooney as a delegate from the di vision to tho Catholic Conservation Council. FRANKFORT PERSONALS. Misses Elizabeth Meagher and Algela Haldi, who are students at Cardome, have been spending the week with their parents at Frankfort. With tho many parties crowded into the calendar for these attractive girls their stay has been one continuous round of pleasure, Leonard Sower came homo from Indiana, where ho has been attending Notre Dame, arid is with his parents Mr, and Mrs. John R. Sower. Miss LeGrand Geary Is home to Mary Drlslan, ' i niMrmlnTilP spend a fortnight with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Geary. She Is a favorite in the social sot and in her Tionor there were a number ot pleasant functions. ' ! pubA notable book, recently lished, "Tho Foundations of National Prosperity," contains four individual treatises by such authorities on economic questions as Richard T. Ely, Ralph II. Hess, Charles K. X,elth and Thomas Nixon Carver. Tho aim of the authors Is to jointly place before tho American people a series of studies In tho "conservation of permanent national resources." In tho very last treatise Prof, Carver speaks of the "conservation of human resources," and in this connection ho writes as follows, following up the viewpoint ot tho economist pure and simple: "Travelers in Southern Europe must havo foeen impressed by the large numbers of priests and their high average ability. Except where conin this talent Is employed structive leadership It Is a serious drain upon the human resources of those countries. If it were the stupid and inefficient who were thus withdrawn from productive work the loss would be vastly less. Is Every one of those countries suffering from tho lack of constructive talent In such fields as scientific agriculture, engineering and business." Prof. Carver then continues. "Ono must not be unmindful, however, of the splendid service performed by the monks of an earlier day in preserving the learning of tho ancient world and handing it down to tho newer civilization ot modern Their part Europe nad America. In the civilizing of the rude barbarians of Northern Europe entitles them to the respect of all mankind. Tho laboring monks especially call for our admiration. The clearing of the land, the drain ing of the swamps, the preservation of the arts of horticulture and agriculture, and the further development of both, was constructive work of .tho very highest order. Moreover it was performed at a time when constructive industry was all by the general but submerged brutality and violence which prevailed' over the wholo of Europe. In those countries where the priests are still doing that kind of work they deserve the highest commendation. The countries with tho largest numbers of such priests aro the countries which aro advancing most rapidly, not only In the arts of civilization but in wealth and power as well. The way in which they aro using their influonco to decrease the number of holidays is ot tho highest utility and must have a profound Influence upon the national efficiency. One an not help being Impressed also with the fact work that mudh.of tho among the 'farmers ot Ireland, Holland, Denmark and Germany Is fostered by tho priests In Catholic communities and by the pastors in Protestant communities. The President of the local society is usually the priest or the pastor." Recognition of the economic and civilizing achievements of the monks Is particularly gratifying of old when coming from such a source. Yet a word of correction, lest a false impression bo permitted to spread alone With this avowal of merit, will surely be opportune. It must be remembered that when Bel-glu- m, Prof. Carver speaks of tho economic priests and duties of present-da- y the achievements of those who lived centuries ago he Ignores tho fact thati these endeavors aro not the first and principal duties of the oriest. His first and iforemost ob ligation is that of spreading the Kingdom or Christ upon earth. of the While efforts on tho part priests directed toward social and economic betterment of tho masses are desirable, when circumstances both demand and permit their execution, yet they still remain and of alvas must remain In works last tho supererogation. And analysis It will 'bo found that as a teacher of tho gospel he becomes also a true social leader. The economic achievements of tho monks in ages past are, wholesome as their effect (has been, essentially secondary to their Initial vocation and pursuits. Their work was a missionary work primarily. Even In their code the "ora" came beforo the "labora" prayer and spiritual duties before the manaul labors and the teaching of the useful arts of civilization to the barbarians. Civilization itself is not a product of their wholesome example of work, but primarily of their teaching of the faith and the tenets of morality. The result Is all the moro gratifying because the useful arts were taught tho barbarians at the same time at which they received the moral teachings of the monks. But tho duo to the success is primarily higher Influences, and only secondarily to the more material Improve-- ment. Prof. of tho criticism Carver's number of holidays In some countries. It may be granted that In Bonie Instances the number of holidays was so great as to Impair tho Yet It Is efficiency of the people. equally true that the later utilitarian movement seriously overstepped the mark when Its promoters sought lo abolish practically all holidays. Today we note a return, as an the evldenco of jeaction against movement, to the mediaeval holiday, arid moieover we havo by and by Instituted no less than seven bank holidays besides we election days. Furthermore must not forget that enforced occasional rest Is tho portion of many workers who aro employed in our factories. Henco a demand for a reduction of holidays . In certain other countiies should, at least bo qualified. i In spite of these minor points of disagreement wo must welcome Prof. Carver's frank recognition of of tho tho cultural achievements monks of tho past and many present-day priests. Such an avowal Is especially gratifying in view of attacks to tho many unscruplous which the clergy Is constantly exO. B. of the C. V. posed. half-Satuid- ay Just one word In reference to NATIONAL SHORTAGE. From New1 York comes news that the threatened coal shortage is an actual fact, and must "bo faced with care. Mi? rA striking warning is given to Southern Domocrats in tho New York World, and while a threat Is Incorporated yet tho warning and advico deserves careful consideration. It refers to tho blind an unwavering support given prohibition by Southern Congressmen despite the pleadings of their fellow Democrats of tho Northern and Eastern States, and calls It poor return for support given by them when the force bill was up for consideration. The writer calls attention to tho Fourteenth amendment of the constitution, which says: "Where any male Inhabitant twenty-on- e years of ago is deprived of a vote Reprefor President, sentatives In Congress, State officers or members of the Legislature, then the basis of representation shall bo reduced In proportion." The World then says that for over, forty years tho right of negro citizens In tho South to voto has been persistently denied, yet Southern representation has not bgen reduced in Congress although mandatory according to tho provisions of tho constitution. This over representation from tho South lias been due to the protec tlon of the Northern Democrats. Tho World asserts that In return for that protection tho Southern Democrats ' In Congress havo, In supporting tho prohibition mcasi nres, voted to nullify the rights of the Northern States to govern their own affairs. Without the votes of the Southern Senators and Representatives this resolution could not have been submitted nor would nation-wid- o prohibition the State Legislatures. If nationwide prohibition comes It will como through the votes of State Legislatures and our smaller States can dictate the question of personal liberty to our States of great population. When that day come the South can expect no more help from the Northern Democrats and the cry of protect us from Negro domination will fall on deaf ear. If the South Is determined to havo a centralized government that regulates the personal habits of the American people then the South must accept a centralized government that regulates the negro franchise. From this point ot view it to any Democrat that our brethren of tho North a kick coming, and though hao Kentucky Democrats havo no fear of the force bill, jet they can not see why only three of our Democratic Congressmen had the courage to oppose this bill. There could havo been no doubt in tho minds of our Representatives that our people would not be given a chance to voto on this question, as all agree that the next Legislature would submit the nrohibitlon amnnrf. ment In 1919. Congressmen Sher-leCantrell and Rouse wsro tho only three from Kentucky big and liberal enough to opposo a measure which would throttle tho wishes of the people of tho respective States, No ono objects to tho Southern States Individually adopting drastic prohibition laws, but it is In violation of tho chief principles of democracy to say what the people of New York, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and other States shall eat and drink. That question should be left to each State as a unit and d course of our the Southern Representatives threatens futuro disaster in the party, and that disaster will certainly strike none harder than tho Democratic Representatives of tho Southern States wherp the negro does not vote. The grievance of the Northern Democrats is certainly a just ap-pea- rs fair-mind- y, narrow-minde- ono. Louisville and Jefferson county Democrats are proud to see that Congressman Sherley voted against on this question Is just one of the reasons why he Is ono of tho bi gest If not tho biggest man In the this unfair measure and his stand C Sis &? GEN. FOOHE. Recently appointed military Aide to Premier Clemonceau of France nation today. This district, Democrats, Republicans and Independents alike, are justly proud of our Congressman, and that strength Is attested iby the fact that in years when not handicapped by Presidential contests his majorities have been of tho kind, and in the next election, this coming year, If he chooses to run he will, in ad (Jition to tho Democratic vote, receive 90 per cent, of tho Independent voto and 20 per cent, of Republican vote. The business tho men of tho Republican party and members of the Board of Trade realize that Congressman Sherley' accession to the Chairmanship of tno Appropriations Committee la Congress is in Itself an honor t this district. It Is rumored that Oapt. J, Reginald Clements or Judge Sam Greene will be the Republican nominee, but no matter whom the G. O. P. nominates CongreBa record-breaking Continued on Second rage. c- o t1 T -- i. --1 JSOBODTJOKY KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHRD RVBRY SATURDAY. a JtJKtlSKC DEMOCRATS AMBRIOAK. ft" MM COMING EVENTS. social of Ladles' Sewing Society for January 15-1- 6 Annual charity 25 Continued from First Pago. St. Anthony's Hospital. 25 January Euchre and lotto ttTHd to (hi Sojlal an Meral A4vaeeed ef Wtfc AbwIcsm aa4 CaeHa party Sherley will be returned the winIn St. William's, school hall, ner 'by a majority of 4,000 or betOfficially Iadoreed by Aaaleet Ottfer el HfeenUaa, Yevag Thirteenth and Oak. of Asm tea. tor. Iaotlrota aad CatfeoHc AUg-htsll urn IS It Is also helng rumored that the BEGIN SAVING nm 08aacHcaoHaacKK8MCH3aaoctocaow MR' local Republican administration will mm gHNTUCKY iniH AMERICAN FWINTINQ CO., Puhtlhr maKe sweeping changes Just after MONEY COPY c SINOCB 4WBSCWPTI0N PRICE, ONH DOLLAR PER YEAR 1 New Year's and will take caro of us all the hungry Republicans who do flatUr. tk LirivM PtttctMM a Jmad-C4 BnUrt not land a county position when nil tho county officials take 'hold. The iitiut aR CaaMulcatlou ta the KBNTUCrY HHSH AMERKArl, JIMI Wtit Qrtti SI. much advertised reduction in the mm Prank M. and Mrs. O'Connor tax irate amounted to only two mm mm spent Christmas with relatives In cents and 'did not come from the MM mm Indianapolis. big saving that Davy Hose HH H.M he made by cutting off inOUR- TO HH S6rgeant Will Kearney was home numerable supervisors, tout was "" on a visit from Camp Shelby dur- made by cutting off street construc. ing the (holidays. oiling of the streets. In tion and MR SATURDAY. DECEMBER 29, 1917 LOUISVILLE, KY these days of good roads movements 5 R .Mrs. William Collins has been many wonder how this will set with MR "" islting at Danville, the guest of tho great army of- automoblllsts, NOT JUST YET. Hit 2S HAPPY NEW YEAH. MM Frank Timony and family. good streets being allowed to run ! The administration will not ask down and decay. The police and M.M M.M Wishing Us patrons, readers and for legislation providing for uniHilary Mattlngly, of Chicago, fire department is becoming furMM MR MM to visit his parents, ther demoralized, the Trades and U friends a happy new year, that versal military service at this ses- arrived Sunday B. S. Mattlngly. MM Every week .one lets a lot of pocket money dribble away goodnes" Mr. and Mrs. HH MM Labor Assembly having denounced every sion of Congress. with HH Col. Roosevelt 191S will be filled MR knows where. OUR CHRISTMAS SAVINGS CLUB provides a place for the Mayor and Board of Safety for MM Mrs. Mary May Connor has re- their conduct of the fire departgrace and blessing for each and takes the administration severely to this small change, so that it will bob up next Christmas in a big, fat, genMM Mlddlesboro, where she ment, while a sample of the new turned from HR MM erous check just when it comes in handy. e 'cry one of them Is our heartfelt task for this neglect, While we attended tho Sampson-Mos-s MM police Is shown when one of the Mr believe in the principle of universal MM new appointees tho other day wanHH prayer. What the near future por- military training, we do not 'believe MR MM dered around with a prisoner Ine HHt none can tell, but neverthe- that this is the time to undertake MM tends Albert D. Gregg, a former quiring the location of the Jail. MRV MM boy, now located in Akron MM They say that Col. Petty, Chief less we should pray and bo true It. We have enough to do to train MR during of Police, was MR You pay 10c a week MM You pay $1.00 a week and Secretary Tom to God and country. In order that tho men whom wo shall have to send Ohio,holidays.here on a visit H.M BR the Cooke are ibelng deluged with apfor 50 weeks. HR for 50 weeks. MM a g'.erious "victory and peace and to Europe as soon as possible. This HH plications from Republicans out in MR Total our is no time to waste energy In Total MR prosperity may soon dawn over Mrs. Henry Dorn and children tho rural counties, who say that M.M MM MM beloved country. May all live to training boys who can not too fit for spenl last week with her parents, they have been (Republicans all MR MM pay 25c a week Mr. and Mrs. Charles Evans, at their life, hut with no chanco to MM see fie devastating war ended and active service for at least two years. Columbus, Ind. RYou 50 weeks. ss MM county was hoperise because the MM throughout the Had we established universal milipeace restored MM lessly Democratic. Some of them Total HR M.H e Misses Desio Harris and world. MH tary service ten years kago there even offer to work MM without pay HR Rouse, students at. Nazareth, until they learn the city streets. MM You pay 50c a week You pay $5.00 a week $ 5 would now bo a different story to are spending tho holiday vacation M.M MR TIIU YEAH ENDS. With the advent of the "hick" poMH for 50 weeks. MM for 50 weeks-- . tell. Our Immediate work is the at their home at Mt. Washington. lice in addition to the tnotormen MM H Total MM Total MM year, an winning of the war. It Is the end of the and conductors going on wo will WM MR Miss Katherine Ryan, who Is at- soon have a Keystone comedy poMR unusual year, a hard year, a telling . You pay $10.00 a wecK $ tending school MH at Nazareth, is lice department.MM MESSAGE TO AMERICA. No Membert Everybody you year all the world over. Maybe G for 50 weeks. spending tho Christmas holiday va S'S The Shelby Democratic Club held Welcome liave had more than your share of ship Fee MM HM Pope Benedict on Monday gave cation at her home in liussenviue, its annual Christmas tree celebraTotal MM HH iroublcs; maybe you have (had more to the Associated Press this Christ tion this, past week for tho 'benefit MM HH Paul R. Mallon, who Is a student of tho poor and woTthy children MM for the American A MS your share of good fortune. mas messago than Mount St. Mary's College, Em- - In its district, and to show that MM people: SR M.M It Is useless to sermonize and Md.. is spending tho holi local Democracy is still alive antau "The Holy Father sends to the netsburc. his mother MR MM In Garvin nounces that resolupreach about New Year's with nonnTn nla M nf AmoHita nirlli1i will have a bigger it MR s one next year. tions. It Is a waste of time to call greetings and prays that they maylp'ace' MM BR or reform, to harp on personal take to heart, in this time of strife 9!t L.lston, of the Kentucky J. J. tho true nv ." DEATH SPREADS GLOOM. fallings. One thing alone needs to and suffering, tho lesson lesson of Field Hospital at Camp Shelby, arC. L. A. Johnson. It. W. Dclph, MM Enibry Ij. Swcnrlngcn, John 31. Monohan, Christmastlde of God's M.M Caslilcr spend the Assistant Cashier President, Vice President be answered. The personal element unceasing love for mankind; M the rived home Saturday to no Death stalked Into a family HH comes Into the answer very strongly, lesson of unfaltering courage and holidays with his parents, Mr. and Christmas celebration and made tho ax Mrs. Patrick J. Liston. SR K. More especially of but not in an offensive manner. scarlflce uponself. H.HHMHHHHNC MM JMHH5SUM B.KM.Ha.MMHRMHMaMMMMMMMMHHMM.HMMM.HM.HH.MHMM.MMMM.HHHMHM.MJHa.HMBMM occasion ono of sorrow at 216 St. the llttlo children, to I1I1IIIH& u'n i'uhhii Each can aolvo tho question in the he calls Miss Mary Virginia Howard, who Joseph street, the home of Mrs. whom this day belongs, to pray with secrecy of his own heart, to the all their hearts to the Babe of Is attending Oxford College in Ohio, Elizabeth Obermeler, who was vacation satisfaction of his own conscience. Bethlehem that He may protect Is spending the holidayand Mrs. stricken suddenly with paralysis and CONSERVATION COUNCIL. RECENT DEATHS. with her parents, Mr. died Tuesday night. Sons and As 1917 comes to a close and as their loyal ones and give back to Park Howard, Thirty-nint- h street. peace which He came daughters witnessed her death, years Mrs. Edna Alloy, fifty-eigThe Catholic Conservation Council J 918 presents Itself with the dew the world that to bring upon earth." before medical aid havo now established themselves old, wife of James G. Alley, a rall- Miss Mary Corcoran and niece1. which occurred Mrs. birth still fresh upon it, ask of Obermeler was at 311 West Jefferson, where sol- - road engineer, died of nephritis on closed could arrive. Arise Charlotte Smith, have yourself this Question: tho widow of recently had been DIVIDE THE GAS FAIRLY. their home on East Market street, and a respected Bernard Obermeler diers and their friends are availing Tuesday. in She Louis. Tho funeral St. of the Information residing If you wore given the opporJeffersonvllle, and will spend sev- Francos of Rome member of St themselves church, from bureau. Packages Intended for the , took placa Thursday morning at The recent blizzard developed the eral weeks at tho tunity of living 1917 over again, where her funeral was held Friday camp are taken care of and deliv- the Sacred Heart church. fact that there is not enough would you live it as you have lived morning. Surviving her are the fol- eries are being made daily. Through natural gas coming to Louisville to it, or would you change? Benjamin D this office Christmas Saturday onornlng tho funeral of children: cheer was Mrs. T. J. Wlckham was hero for lowing And according to the way in give to all of our citizens as much a few days last week, having come Charles, Henry and William Ober- brought to a number of soldiers at Mrs. Margaret Murphy took place of tho three Knights of from St. Michael's church. She was which you answer that question, live as they would like to have. There" to meet William Wlckham. on his meler; Mrs. Al Lammers, Mrs. H. each Hartledge Columbus buildings at the camp. the widow of tho late John MurIs no Immediate prospect oft obtain- way from Jasper College to spend Amshoff, Mrs. William 1918! ing a materially better supply. This the Christmas vacation at his home and Miss Rosa Obermeler; Sister The Catholic Conservation Council phy and had long been a resident Thcodolinda, a nun at Rushville, through this paper desires to thank of Jeffersonvllle, where sho leaves state of facts brings sharply to the In Bloomfield. ACTION THAT SPEAKS. Neb., and Clement Landhorst, a son the firms and individuals for dona- many friends and relatives. City Government and to the people of Louisville tions to the Christmas tree celebratho question as to F. Chester and daugh- by a former marriage. Mrs. John It is a comfort to Catholics, and whether a comapartlvely few people ters, Abblo, Mabel and Margaret, The last solemn services over tion, which helped to make the afDACIIEK JOINS LAW FIRM. fair an enjoyable one. A number tho remains of Mrs. Abby McGIlll-cudd- y to say the least must foe discomfort- shall burn large quantities of gas are at Camp Shelby on a visit to Tremendous Overcoat were held Sunday afternoon of visitors 'have and the mass of the'people get none, Serceants Boyd and Edmund Ches secured rooms ing to certain bigotod at Holy Cross church, of which she through t.his bureau, SQtiire or whether tho shall be exhibit where there's a Individuals when they see the splen- tributed so that gass tho people dis- ter, and before returning will visit Magistrate Frank, v Dacher, retiring still great need for but there Is was a faithful member. She was more places get relatives at New Orleans. all in tho Second Magls-teildid show of pati lotion manifested a fair share. The officials of the where room and board can be had the widow of John J. McOllllcuddy district, will Join the law firm happy choice for every everywhere these days by the Cath- Gas Company say that the averace at reasonable rates. Anyone willing and resided at 3419 West BroadCol. and Mrs. P. H. Callahan, who " consumption of all the people is have been spending several weeks of O'Neal & O'Neal in the Kenyon to accommodate these visitors will way. olic priests and laity of the United building after January 7. The bo doing chooser. Splendid overonly 300 feet of gas The returned States. One example of this loyalty that a comparatively per day, but In Washington, the Seelbach Monday popular and genial Squire for the parlors of a patriotic duty. have years old, John J. Cain, forty-tw- o the following places during few people and will be at Is the vast pride with which the burn as much as 10,000 feet per their stay here. Their daughter, past eight years has served on the been opened for the use of soldiers died of diabetes Christmas morncoat fabrics, styles in throughout the day. It has been found to be nec- Miss Edith, has Joined them there. bench and in the Fiscal Court with and their visiting friends, whore a ing at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth HosCatholic colleges credit to himself and the public. few hours can be spent under fa- pital. Ho was for twenty years an country are following their students essary to ration sugar, coal and many variations, and Squire vorable Knights of employe of the L. & N. shops. He conditions: railroad transportation. Misses Evelyn Sweeney, Marcella In the Democratic iparty Otherwise in the war, and encouraging others, a few persons would use the whole Dacher has been, a leading figure Columbus, 816 South Fourth: Trin leaves a widow, Mrs. Margaret Coll, Mildred and Prances Hauss values that continue to who are able, to ibe ready to sacri- supply and the balance of the peo- and Jack Drlscoll havo returned and his many friends and ac- ity Council, Y. M. L, Baxter and Cain, and seven children. The fuquaintances wish him success in his Morton, and Mackln Council, Y. M. neral took place Thursday morning fice everything for common welfare. ple would get none. The officials from Indiana University at add to our value-givin- g or I., 344 North Twenty-sixtA num- from St. Louis Bertrand church. and aro spending tho holi new venture. If an observant Catholic reader of one the Gas Company say that If no ber of entertainments are helng arsome of our Catholic periodicals has 1,500Is allowed to burn more than days as guests of their parents in Early Thursday morning John fame. ranged for the soldiers, and it would BACK TO OAMT. feet per day In cold weather Jeffyftonville. followed the contest between the then everyone would get a good died at be a good idea to inform the Cralgen, aged "seventy-fivtho residence of his recolleges, all claiming that the num- service. John T. Maloney, who was here Catholic Conservation Council An arrangement of this rMr. and Mrs. P. H. McDonald Up. $15 William Schad, 253 Western avo announced the imarrlago of for a week's visit with his family, garding these, so they in turn .'arkway. F. Only ber of stars in their service flag sort would bo to tho advantage o a short time ago, everyone, oven to the lams co daughter, Miss Emily Condit 1246 First stneet, has returned to could havo them reported to Wash- Mrs. Schad, daughter their was the greatest, ho can not have sumers, as of the deMcDonald, to Stanley Ward Walker, Camp Shelby, Miss., where ho Is ington through C. C. North, of tho it is hotter to gej, a go ceased, was called from this life. helped a smile of glee, and perwhich was solemnized by tho Rev. stationed with the Kentucky troops. War Recreation Board. JijtB iu Huca uxiurcs as are u The funoral takes place this mornhaps he will chuckle out loud when imuer man to Ret a Daa service an J. J. Fitzgerald on Thursday evening from St. Collnnba's church. ing of last week In tho presence of SISTER DE CIIANTEL PASSES. ENJOY THEIR VISIT. he hears that St. Louis University a. I fixtures. The gas supply families. Mr. is too the claims that the reason she has Important to ibo of the citypresont and two immediateleft Immediately fortythree Charles Karmann, Mrs. Walker Henry B. Schene and his mother, Sister DoChantel, one of tho years old, died of dropsy Tuesday hoisted no service flag at all is chaotic condition. left in isthe Gas peculiarly aftentho ceremony for New York, Mrs. H. Schene, have returned from teachers at tho Nazareth morning at his Third and Market 'because the flagmakers can't cut tho fuel of tho working man. Their died at Nazareth on Monday Btreet, following homo, 1841 Bank a holiday trip td Morgantown, W. a long illness. He ho wedding of Miss Mary Athon Va., where they enjoyed a visit at tho ago of eighty years. She Is survived by his father, Charles out tho stars fast enough. She has wives cook their meals. With a good gas supply they can cook took place with Sister CM. Bernadlne Schene, of naa 'Deen a member of the Sisters C. d William Mayer 843 boys In the service today, and quickly Karmann; three brothers,, Edturday afternoon at St Charles tho Ursuline Sisters, and tho Rev. of Charity for n years and ward, John and Martin Karmann. and comfortably: with a the number is still going up. poor gas supply cooking either Borromeo church, tho Rev. Charles Peter Flynn, of St. Francis of had tauKht in manv Darts of the and Eberie, officiating. Mr. Mayer Assist parish. country. Among her pupils while Mrs. three sistors, Mrs. Anna JosephP. Raffo not De uone at all, or it is Josepr Herdt and Mls3 siowiy ana vexatiouslv. Nntumll A had as Ihls best man his brother, ACTS TOO LATE. at tho old Presentation Academy ine Karmann. Tho funeral took Ingrowing and Abnormal Mi Siclentiticallyjc was juiss Mary Anderson, who was placo Thursday morning the Gas Company does not want to Alfred Mayer, and Miss Sadio Bene RETREAT AT LORETTO. at St. Patono of her favorite pupils and with A mania for investigation seems shut off tho consumption of Its dict was Miss Athon's mala or Dr. Uriah Z. rick's church. consumers. honor. Mr. and Mrs. Mayor will again to (have taken possession of largo and protltable The Rev. Father Xavler Sutton, whom she corresponded until the Chiropodist The city should compel it to shut make their homo with tho groom's C. P., who has been giving missions time of her death. She also taught Mrs. Lena Heinningor. fifty-foCongress. Committees are investi- off this consumption Congressman Ben Be years old, widow of Jacob HeinI jNw whenever con- parents. 007 la the mountain section of Ken fore sho became a Johnson. gating the delay In military prepara- ditions are such that in order to sho was tucky, conducted the holiday retreat Miss Mary Kinney, nunPittsburgh ningor, died Sunday morning at Sts. Slarka SEHjER OLEGG. of tion, the sugar shortage and the supply these large consumers a poor Bnilding at Loretto Academy, which came to Sho was burled at Nazareth on Mary and Elizabeth Hospital. She is coal situation. The trouble with service must he given to the mass survived by a son, Joseph Both Phones Mary a successful closo Christmas morn Wednesday morning. of tho people. Miss marriage of he Heinningor; five daughters, Misses ing. these investigations Is that they ment represents The City Govern eiler and Albert W. Clegff was people an all Rose, Helen and Elizabeth lead nowhere. If they gave any tney snouiu at oncethe ADDITIONAL HIBERNIANS. tremeljerIou8. I admit that "pre Monday morning at the solemnized seo that t: .and Mrs. Fred Campbell, of cisely DONATION BY COMISKEY. promise of relief we might have natural gas is aDDortloned fnlriv! Cathedral of the Assumption, tho Be Germanic Dayton, Ohio, and Sister Mary BelgluiMwhlch once provinces of Division 3 of Indianapolis is pre- Leona, of the Ursuline ordor at ofdefended their more patience with them. To find No one should get more than his Rev. Father Francis O'Connor was Charles A. Comlskey, ownor of paring for a banner initiation on Miss Virginia Seller ProtestWlsm so heroically, are to Evansvllle, Ind., and her out after the harm has been dono share until everyone has had his ficiating. and tho champion Chicago Americans, Washington's birthday. Ways, and Mrs, Elizabeth Helnnlnger. mother, day far more convinced adherents of share. This is only simple her sister's maid of honor The that certain men made mistakes or and wo commend it to our Justice Roger Doherty best man. The bride who made contributions totaling means havo also been arranged for funeral was hold Wednesday morn- tne catnolic church than aro tho nowly gray $17,000 'to tho Red Ctobs on Fri- paying tho national patriotic tax of ing from St. Anthony's church. easily anoved Walloons; any Gerthat certain interests were greedy elected Mayor and General Council. wore a tailored suit of Oxford man statesman who Is appointed The rebate nlan has hpn r?o,i with a close fitting hat of sealskin day, donated 51,000 to tho war ?1 per member. does little good. Why wore not 10 control tne German administraHer flowers camp fund of the Knights of Tho people who get plenty of gas and scarf of seal. Mayor Rolph. the Board of Su Mrs. Kato Kenny, tho the mistakes guarded against Columbus. also get big rebates. pervisors and the Convention League widow of Thomas Kenny, venerable tion in Belgium must realize that Those who wero a corsago bouquet of brido's a highly Catholicism, is, and will remain, a why were not selfish can get no gas get no and are actively with the respected member of St. Augustine's rebates roses and lilies of tho valley. The JOIN nOLY NAME. intersts efficiently curfoed. If Con- either. What tho neonln want in maid of honor was attired in a suit San Francisco Hibernians in pre- church, was called Into eternal rest strong and ( living force in "Belgium, paring for tho entertainment of the Saturday night at her home in Ohio and that among tho most imporgress would attend to those things gas with which to cook their meals of brown hollvia, a small brown hat More than 1,000 soldiers havo national convention next July. Mr?-Iand do such heating as is required 2Sd ?. J0,u,(Juet for successful Palls, near Joffersonvlllo. Sho was tant requirements there might bo less need for - joined the Camp Custer Holy Name small houses. Large residences ' Ward's roses and lilies of the valCounty born in Ireland eighty years ago German work is an intelligent reMrs. James O'Donnoll, can bo heated with coal. ThoT.Jey. knowing in ceremony uhjto Society. There aro 24,000 men President of the Ladles' Auxiliary but camo to America when only gard for 'the Catholic church and wero heated with coal before the was a weaamg nreaKiast at mo quartered in the camp, and figures TninnnnnHa ' Tnr ika ten years old. Mrs. Kenny is sur- Its disciples. The problem of our " . A -" 4Tv V ,l k gas came, and while it invnivoa home of the bride's parents, Mr. f tl tn rtTi nrl ,l" jllvrtnlAM "rT.';1 ! ahm Hibernian spirit when sho said: "As vived SEND THEM OVER. '"" i 9,000 ""a sons, by Michael, Influence upon tho schools can be ,U,"'?7U. are tho men of our race aro certainly Jame3 and thre some inconvenience it does not In- and. Mrs. John J. Seller, on Third would Indicate that about William Kenny, who solved ifIn agreement with the and Catholics, obligatory religious teachThe military writer on the Lon- volve the actual suffering which streat, following which Mr. foremost among tho enlisted men made their homo with her at 623 clergy, Clegg left a short wedding serving the republic, wo women of Lee street. Her funoral was held ing Is introduced in the same way don Times thinks tho Allies will be comes to families who aro dependent Mrs. to Chicagoonbeforo going to upon trio BASKETBALL. tho raco ought to be to the front Monday morning, Rev. Father as the general obligation to attend compelled to put forth great efforts not gas for cooking and who can Jacksonville, Fla., where Mr. Clegg school; there aro a number of cook at all when the pressure in this Red Cross work, which is Halpln conducting tho obsequies. to hold their own, until America is low. points ef contact and agreement will report to tho Quartermaster Unity Council, Y. M. L. of Now doing so much good for all who aro Reserve Training Corps. between muaay. nas organized a DasKoiDau engagoa in ine war overywnero. can render effective aid in tho war. Mrs. Mary Thorcsa Deuser, sev- - istration tho future German adminand tho Catholic clergy, ;m to enter tho contest for the FORTY HOURS. Tho Ladies' Auxiliary, tho largest enty-flv-e He points out that Great Britain years old, tho widow of whlcn DANCE PARTY. Falls Cities championship. A. M. body of organized Catholic women, 'col. George Deuser, died at her must learn more and more caa extend conscription to Ireland to understand The Forty Hours Devotions, althat fho r.nthnii ooiuxji na3 unaor way a spienaia move- - homo, 1075 West Broadway, Sunday i0 umiwbh, ":li"?V4 21 v. and raise the ago limit for service ways of great religious Interest to Cor-- man rnr rmin, n church enjoys and can enjoy under Trinity Council, Y. M. I., will en- Pontrich. coach, and Alvln thO POWOr Of nnrmnnv - thn miimlliM nf Monday night COnm. Captain. ThO mombershin In- nmlain. U fifty years, comb tho industries the people of St. Brigld's parish, tertain its friends J nritr.nlrn ' "w t """I"" , .1 """ Z. Si"""?5cltid Cora New Friday night mem- - daughters. Misses Bertha and" Emma loulto dlfforf iiuw A. "IV-i-T ik turn, and send youths of eighteen to the will open in that church tomorrow with greetingYear's ovo dancing party coran, atknlnv Wohnor, Alvin Moser,- the order. Will have in Ttnlflnm nnila,nuiuu morning with high mass, continuing and Frank Haller, Carl rWn,1. bera of all the ton divisions of In- - Deuser and Mrs. Georgo Schurich for 1918. Music will front. By vigorous application of until Tuesday. Rev. Father Jan-se- be furnished by one of tho best Claude Hnkebeln, .Amadeo Helor-- dianapolls mot in Morrispn Hall In and Mrs. Joseph Domuth, and ono Influences, turns toward a com- all these means, in his view, tho tho pastor, will direct the orchestras, and all who attend will Ingor, Cart I. Fengar and James response to a special call issued by brother, Joseph Hubbuch, Sr. Six ...ic.jr muicai pnuosopny." MCLaUETnlln. Hr, uuuiuo rVrtnnnAll uro Ptnnfn graiiuciiuurea aim j i.lllj Allies can "carry on" until the services and will be assisted by a spend a really enjoyable evening. 11'. great. u.s. rnmna v. .wuuei., 1i wuu.lw mreu huraber of the local clergy. PLUNKETT IS nOPEFUL. President, to form a local L. A. A. grandchildren also survive. AmWlcans arrive The in force. ExO. H. Red Cross Unit that will bo funeral Wednesday RETURN THEnt TnANKS. took nlaco tending conscription to Ireland is speech la, Dublin on Friday NEW ALBANY. thio banner unit of the Middle West morning from Sacred Heart church. r.1? aay in theory. In practice it population of Out of a total The Little Sisters of tho Poor, where for years sho wa3 a devout Si5,.1 ?m!mA week ,n whlch ne Daniel Russell, of New York, and who are doing a great work 'In 75,000 there are 50,000 Jews in might prove worse than useless. It MAYSLIOK AVEDDrNGl .th the-- Probable results of communicant. of today. The Mos J?1JS li reported, however, (hat there are 'visitingRu5?e1,1' of Mattoon, 111., are Louisville, wish to thank their kind the Jerusalem 10,000 Jr88"011 Sir Horace Plunkett. Chairman of tho convenvarl- -' lems number their mother, Mrs. John F. Guilfoyle, aged twenty- and LOYAL TO OIIURCn. 250,000 trained British mmi.. in russoii, East 0ak street, NewMary benefactors who so generously con- ous Christian denominationsthe tion, was hopeful for tho future. 15,000, four, and Miss Ida Frances Brown, during the tributed to their home at the present time. These bany. popular young Tn !.( nast year. May God reward them of whom 5,000 are Catholics. It Is aged twenty-tw.M..t rinr, . tTnr, Tlnr,l. "" BtllU mat WMIn Tin n.t, i.nnt.ln ..w u nuo UUUU1U icjiutb' vruu. , uia Clareaee Murphy, wtoo had been ind give each one a very bright consoling, among the glooms of the people of Mayslick, wero marrlpd of iu 4oGorman army and uiosiug, 'no vnf lt might be sent to France at once. Acting reDOrt " -- "mlsj3.. an .unan,raous the nuptial is de- - Wednesday with that the infidel and prosperous New Year. This Is fu,rlough'n the They could do much more tanrlci aveatlon had agreed , pofats Inn so Holy City and an mass at St. Rose of Lima church, uovornor or ueigium. says. returned to Camp PJke, near !? throned In that It would for tb. Allie. there than where Rock. He is in hte Medical Little- 'he wishof and prayer of the Little army that the "Church questions in Belgium 'certainly lev to the Croae In the presence of a large gather-holReadheres the Poor and the old listers Irish juesuou tfcey m. ,. serve O&nN. Ing of their friends. have often been described as ex-- hotter Calvary. . dominion over people uader heir charge. found NOW as Incon, THE TIME TO SOCIETY. FOR U . V Next Christmas! JOIN t ed DON'T FAIL - Christmas Savings Club Thousands Are Joining Select One Or More of These Classes A '50.00 ...s5.00 D 3. :s l o'lis-vlll- 12.50 E0aweck 500.00 $100.00 Kath-erin- c 25.00 F 250.00 - : r Kentucky Title Savings Bank & Trust Co. 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CONTRACTING ENGINEER jstcam and Hot Water Heating and Sanitary Plumbing HOME OFFICE: 440 S. SECOND LOUISVILLE, KY. NEWMAN B 1401 AX'S Main 9363 " SOUTHERN STAR" Vi PLACE CEDAR STREET Bax Horan, Prop. City 2038 Home Phone, City 2845 BATH'S CAPE AUG. F. RATH, LOUISVILLE, 421 KY. Homo Phone, City 1140 JOS. L. Prop. EAST JEFFERSON STREET Proprietor DRIES THE 'STRONGEST CATHOLICS AND SUFFRAGE. Now that New York has voted for suffrage we note that Catholic writers are taking the matter philosophically. This Is as it should be. A writer In the Brooklyn Tablet observes: for any "We have little fear change in the Catholic ideal of the homo owing to suffrage for women.' Motherhood and wifehood in Catholic circles are on too high a pinnacle to be upset just (because mother or sister has the vote. The church, as her adviser on moral matters, will continue to hold up to woman the Ideal home of Nazareth as their model. "Voting once a year and active participation in tho Intrigue of a political party are very different things. Tho good senso of our Catholic womanhood is going to stand by her. She will bold sacred her right to the ballot apd use it for the benefit of law, order and decency. "Let her keep her name on the rolls and form a vast silent phalanx, which is ready to assert itself wenever called upon for public morality. "Some see in the vote for women a vast increase in tho power of tho in the comchurch for good munity. Tho followers of the political game up to tho present, among men, have not edified us by their high sense of morality or decency. As a rule their conduct of the State's politics were crude and selfish. Woman, yielding to moral and religious persuasion, will do much to clear tho tainted name of American politics. "We desire to see the advance or our Catholic women in their civil duties. Wo believe that & great opportunity has presented itself to them. Their safe and sano notions of decency, honor, purity and relig ion are much needed to counteract the growing evils of tho day. Much to tho church Rood will como through them. Women have always been with tho church in her struggles for right and liberty. The wars and massacres of tho world have been men's work. Tho beast in man is stronger than in woman. Her gentle sway will instill love and sentiment into a world that badly needs their beneficent influence," No matter what Catholic women may think of the agitation for suffrage, when tho ballot has been thrust into their hands they must use it as a matter of duty and of conscience. It would be folly for them to leave tho vast power or tho suffrage to the forces that are oDDosed to reliKlon and morality. The church is neither opposed to nor In favor of woman suffrage, because tho church Is not in politics. But tho church can not be indifferent to the use of a power which has been placed In tho hands of so many of her children. Upon Catholic voting women will depend tho weal or woo of religion in many States and even the welfare ana safety of tho country Itself. BHLLIONS OF SOLDD3RS. UNION. RESTS ON FACTS. Home Phone Shawnee HENRY GOSS 101 SAM L. ROBERTSON CONTRACTOR FINE WINES AND LIQUORS THIRTEENTH AND MARKET STS. Both Phones 2406 AVHITEHALL BUFFET CAFE AND LIQUOR HOUSE Jag and Bottle Trade A Specialty 407 BAST JEFFERSON ST. ' Near Preston - - - KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE Both Phones FOOTTRY HENRY 0. LATTER REUTLINGER & CO. A'dolph Rcutllngcr FIRE INSURANCE TORNADO, LIABILITY AND PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET Automobile Repairing GEO. F. BREITENSTBIN MACHINE CO. Homo Phone, City 1533 SUPPLIES - FOOD AND outfits for army and navy chaplains may be purchased for a donation of $100. These outfits contain everything necessary for the celebration of the mass and are neatly packed In a lightweight, ordinary sized Think it over and let us know if the preservation of your boy's faith isn't worth a little sacrifice on your part. Small and large donations will be cheerfully" accepted by the Catholic Church Extension Society, whose offices are located at 750 iMcCormlck building, suit-case. BALLER'SPETSHOP 21 WEST MARKET STREET Quick Delivery Free Advice on- Poultry and Pet Diseases Chicago, 111. Engines. Pomps. Elevators aad General "Machinery Repairs Promptly Attended To EAST SHOP: 731-73- 8 City 6085 Homo Phone MAIN ST. CHRISTMAS IN UtELAND. No Catholic country in the world has more beautiful Christmas customs than Ireland. 'Somo of them, wo are told, aro no longer generally observed, but they are everywhere remembered and frequently recalled. In many places it Js still the habit on Christmas eve for a man named Joseph and a woman named Mary to light a blessed candle in honor of tho Infant Saviour, tho Light of tho World. During tho holy night, as it is called, the Christ Child is supposed to wander abroad, and in thousands of Irish homes lighted candles aro placed In tho windows to guide his sacred feet, and the door is left ajar that during the to twelve days from Christmas Epiphany the gates of paradise remain open, and that any one who dies within this time is quickly admitted to the sight of God. Children born within the twelve days are especially dear, and are supposed to possess the gift of seeing beyond external objects and of hearing music not of tho earth. It is thought that the guardian angel of every household becomes visible to one of its members between mid night and dawn on Christmas, but as the exact tlino of his appearance Is unknown he is seldom seen. If the baby smiles in its sleep the angel has whispered to It of heaven. Dealer In PLATOFF & BUSH RAGS, METAL, IRON, SCRAP . Incorporated OLD BOTTLES, ETC. GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND Paper Stock A Specialty BUILDERS SOUTH FLOYD STREET Special Attention To Repair Work 214-21- 6 Sec-Trea- Phone City 5692 H. Platoff, Prest. I. Rush, P. FREDERICKS s. Estimates Cheerfully Furnished OFFICE, 120 WEST GREEN ST. Phono 2543 Bet Market and Jefferson LOUISVILLE KY. LUMBER COMPANY WE KEEP W. R. TISCHENDORF HUBER'S BAKBRY CONFECTIONERY Wedding and Birthday Cakes My Specialty. Assorted Candies. Two Stores 745 E. Jefferson 800 E. Walnut KVtWr M. MV t FRANK 0AMFIELD SALOON EVERYTHING DRY. Johnson and Main Streets Wv Phono City 4846" r Fifteenth and Oak Phones: City and South 1813 THE SIGN OF QUALITY Highly 7.413 East 180 CO. KENTUCKY LAUNDRY CO. Incorporated 014-02- BARRETT FURNITURE New and Used FURNITURE Stoves, Store and Office Fixtures Bought, Sold or Exchanged. 120 East Market Street Phono City 3608 2 Underbill St. Geo. Dearborn Manage H RETROSPECTIVE. Persons even a little past forty should bevable to remember the postage stamps American three-cewhich went out la 1883, but which, years, have come after thirty-fou- r back through the exigencies of warfare. In 1883 special delivery stamps and picture postals were unknown. Few private houses had telephones, and tho long distance telephone, as we have it today, was still undreamed of. Automobiles had not been heard of, and airships were the fancies of a poet. Invention has gone a long way in a comparatively short interval. nt AI.H"I'T'Iwt"I"MlI-M-M-K-H-- DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTT 1227 WEST 'MARKET STREET, Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH IHCOI3ECS. X Cumb. PRAYERS FOR VICTORY. Thousands of Catholics in New York City ushered in Christmas at midnight mass at which there were offered prayers for victory to tho nation's cause and peace. A military aspect was given the event by the presence of hundreds of soldiers in been permitted ito Mala 2008-- a Home City 200S - AN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. f E tho congregations, tho holidays. return homo for who have A FAMOUS CHRISTAIAS. "Christianity does not rest day dreams; it rests on facts," said the Rev. Thomas J. O'Hern In one d of his series of lectures at He Music Hall In Buffalo. declared It is possible to possess an exact knowledge of these facts and that the greater part of those who assume to Judge Christianity are unacquainted with them. 'Faith and Facts" was his subject. Father O'Hern said in part: "It is very unsettling and disconcerting to many that great and clever men of trained Intellects have lost faith in God and immortality or In Christianity. One is apt to suspect th.it there aro certain scientific facts known to theso men incompatible with faith. The question then Is this: Is faith lost through a knowledge of facts? The question is answered best by facing squarely concrete Instances of unbelief. The representatives chosen are men of scientific and philosophical The fact assumption is that faith was found to be inconsistent with research. You might readily Imagine that Gibbons lost faith owing to his investigations Into the origins of Christianity as recorded in the 'Decline and Fall.' Not at all. It certainly was not historical research which made Gibbons give up his faith. How old do you think Gibbons was when he gave up his faith? The mature ago of seventeen! "Again, It might be supposed that Ernest Renan, the famous French Infidel, lost faith in Christianity owing ot his study of Semitic religions. Yet we find, if we can credit his own reminiscences, that before he ever encountered the facts on whose presentment his reputation is based he had ceased to believe. His own account shows us clearly that his loss of faith had nothing to do with scholarship. Let us now turn to iHuxley, the scientific agnostic. His own statements prove that scientific faith persists not only without facts but In spite of them. "Many smaller fry imitate Huxley in heartlessly robbing of their faith workmen or immature They put before them students. unverified hypotheses to which Greek names lend undeserved authority. They lose their faith because they have given up faith in Christ and substituted therefor faith in some professor or writer of rationalistic claptrap. Charles Danwin lost his faith, but it was not due to facts encountered In scientific work. Ho tells us himself that he invented day dreams of new archaelogical .finds. We might make a similar analysis of the unbelief of Herbert Spencer, John Stuart Mill, George Eliot or any other well known unbeliever. We would find in every case that unbelief preceded the investigation of facts. No man loses his faith because of facts which do not harmonize with his faith, but because there is something wrong with themselves they are blind." Elm-woohalf-ignora- nt ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WORK ria Roofs Repaired and Painted 1315 S. Twenty-sixt- h St. 4.BPHAL.T SHINGLES A SPECIALTY on Mil Went Broaatray, lomlaTlUe, Xy. Home Phone Shawneo 368 V. aoarxHa, quxxiibxho, 9utxso FOR E. YANN DAIRY C03B?ANY INCORPOIU.TBD 508-51- 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. Both Phones 4202 CHAS. ANSON JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO Headquarters for CITY AND FARM PROPHRTT. See us about anything in real estate. We sell, buy and rent. 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Homo Phone City 4464. Phono City 2771 Successor to C. Molter BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY Special Attention Given Picnics and Weddings. Ice Cream and Shorbets 319 SOUTH PRESTON ST. Phone City 4803 0. T. THOMAS & CO.' ' I REAL ESTATE 530 WEST JEFFERSON STRBHO Louisville, Ky. ENGRAVERS ESTABLISHED 1893 Louis A. Broring, D. D. S. SOHLICn ENGRAVING COMPANY ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS 335 W. Main St,, Louisville, Ky. Home Phone City 5674 WSJ, AUGUSTUS DENTIST Home Phono 2555 llfft-lon- g 430 W. Market St SECURITY & LOAN CO. Incorporated A. Lazar, Manager Money Advanced on Your Plain Note GLOBE 312 West Jefferson Street (Second Floor) Home Phone City 2967 HOLLENBACH'S WINE HOUSE Karl A. Hollenbacb, Prop. Importer and Dealer In WINES AND LIQUORS Contractor of Excavating, All ConKinds of crete and Wrecking. 1404 Preston. Homo City 2006 Meyer Goldberg M. A. Goldberg LOUISVHjLE AUTO PARTS CO. 141 South Third Homo Phono 1191 Street ' 518 East Market Street Wo Carry All Kinds of Parts for Automobiles Write Us. Highest Prico Tnid for Old Automobiles Phone City 7798 JACK SHERDDAN J. G. PULLIAM MOVING AND PACKING Motor Truck Express PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY EAGLE CAFE AND POOL ROOM N. W. Cor. Seventh and Market Cumb. Phone Main 2019 Homo Phone City 2564 231 West Green Street Homo Phone City 9130 ONCE) year-olBank, to which you caa Start a Savings Account with this safe, conservative, Sixty-on- e idd Jt 00 or more at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 per cent. No cost to you whatever Tne game courteous aiicmion given me aeposuor 01 ii.uu or iuc ucpoauur ui jw,w. d DOIIAR.. GERMAN INSURANCE BANK Under the Big Clok State Government Supervision Second and Market HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY DrtttSION 3. 0 Portland. President John M. Riley. Vice President Tim O'Leary. Recording Secretary John Mar tin. Secretary John J. Financial Broderlck. Treasurer Daniel J. Dougherty. Sergeant-at-Arm- s JPat Begley. Phone" Sentinel Thomas Noont. First and third Fridays, Hibernlam Home, 1818-182- Funeral Director and Embalmed l BOTH PHONES 810. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS, tuwvwHUMwmvuvwumvvwuiMUWwuuwuvMvmH DOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971.y J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. With Russia's 15,000,000 soldiers out of the war. America must supmen. The ply about 5,000.000 latest statistics show that, on the side of the Allies, Great Britain's men; armies contain 7,000,000 France, 6,000,000; Italy, 2,500,000; Belgium, 250,000; Serbia, 300,000; Portugal, 200,000; total, 16,250,-00Among tho Central powers Germany has sent to the conflict 7,000,-00l, 9.000,000; Bulgaria, 500.000; Turkey, 2,000,000; total, 18,500.000. Congressman Caldwell, of New York, says: "It will bo a long war and a war to the bitter end. It may take from five to seven million men from America. It may cost from fifty to seventy billion dollars. It probably will last from five to ten years, not from the beginning in 1914, but from the present moment." 0. Austrla-Hungar0; he attacked the British and Hessians at Trentoh, the battle ending the next day with a glorious victory for the Colonial troops. CHOICE PANCAKE RECIPE. To one pint of sweet milk add ono teaspoon sugar, one teaspoon salt, two cup3 of flour, two heaping teaspoons baking powder mixed In flour. Do not Deat the batter. Stir just enough to mix in the flour. Put a spoonful of meat fryings on a good hot griddle; bake quickly. It ivas on Christmas day, that George Washington plished (the 'famous crossing Delaware river. That night 1776, accom- of the As Near to You as tbe Nearest WAR'S AWFUL COST. Recently ntlhllRhftH arnHaHna DIVISION 4. FLOWERS show tho cost of our present war FUNERAL Meets second and fourth Monday. wnn uermany lor the present fiscal Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. year to be $14,282,000,000, figures A Special Spray $3.00 President Thomas Lynch. that are stacrirerlntr and nlmnsr im A Special Wreath $5.00 Vice President John J. Barry. possible for tho ordinary mind to Financial Secretary Tuomaa J. gruypio wun. 'rno cost or our war Langan, 734 West Oak. 5 of with Great Britain Recording Secretary William T was $119,624,000, and of our civil McDonogh. war $3,508,120,000. We. see hero Treasurer John F. Burke. that one Year of our nrAQtmt wnr Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Dii-nawill cost the country four times more man xno live years or the bflo feudriMCTue lout?vHrJ civil war. Surely some good and Sentinel M. J. McDermott. benefit to humanity must finally come from suoh an awful expendi- We telegraph Flowers Everywhere ture of national resources. 1812-181v n. FOR WOMAN'S EYE. Braids are much worn this year. Gabardine is now a close second to serge. The black velvet knitting bags are the most effective. Leather buttons are a novelty that are decidedly attractive. The vogue for dress accessories in sets is just as persistent as ever. The taste for ginghams, Judged from the first displays, has not been curbed. For the young person's outdoor dress serge continues the prime MUST HAVE MILK. of A very Interesting coincidence in connection with the recent conferring of the pallium on Most of Rev. Dr. Duhlg, Archbishop IM Brisbane, Australia, was the fact P. IANK0N, JR., - J. lANNON. T. H. HERIMEE, ? that tho presiding prelate at the rm. & Ngr. Viet PfK. TriK. ceremonies, M st Rev. Dr. Kelly, Secretary. Archbishop of Sydney, was rector of the Irish College in Rome when Dr. Duhlg was enrolled as a stu- choice. years ago. dent there twenty-si- x The conservative length for tho street skirt is from four to six NEED MASS KITS. Sewer aai Calvert Fife, Inches from the floor. Batmen's Pate at Tailored skirts and walking Pipe far Stea Ceaisits, Becauso of the fact that church Wall Ceplntf, Draia Tile, TKrlfte. IrlcK, A facilities are so vitally necessary skirts are not more th.n one and yards wid. for tho welfare of any camp, the Fire rreelag, Use Lining, Fire Brick The smartest frocks tSls season Catholic Church Extension Society is Grate aai Seller Tile, Greaai Fire Clay, Gkiaaey teja. once more appealing to the fathers, are of duvetyn or vicuna or suede CHURCn BURNED. mothers and sisters who may have a cloth. These are very lightweight OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON warm. son or brother now in training for Tha Catholic Church of St. No material seems to stand hard 'Stanislas de Koetka in Montreal, uncle gam to come forward wit HOME PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN 507. tlieir donations, no matter how emai wear better than serge. The dark Can., recently completed at a cost ' NORTON BUILDING WORKS Msgttelia Ave., Bet. 9th aad lOtk. Z they may be, for the purchase of blue serge gown fills a place that of $160,000, was destroyed by firo 3tk cad Breck. mass outfits that are still needed the satin and taffeta models leave Wednesday, The toes is covered by N.W. Ctrner Fiurtk and JerTersn ' insurance. Ml H HH H 1 friM by army and navy ohaplaine. Mais vacant. SS2 33aL Main street. WMWHUMtUMVMMUHtMMMMlMWMMWmMf U4-M"l"i- INTERESTING COINCIDENCE. l HM liHUtHIHIHI P. BANN0N PIPE CO: Uiiti three-quart- er An investigation into the effects the increased prico of milk has Funeral Directors Just been concluded in New York. It discloses the serious danger threatening the country on this Embalmers. score. Since the price of milk had risen to fourteen cents a quart It was found that more than half of SIO XraCEXR the 2,200 families visited had subTelephone 1022. stituted tea and coffee for milk. Yet in air of these families there wore children under six years of ago. Special attention is called by the Federal Children's Bureau to 2NCORFORATBD the imperative necessity of milk in tho diet of babies and young chilClean Grocery Stores. dren. Of the families In quosMon 120 had given up milk entirely, "The Best Por Less although in twenty-fiv- e of these Goods delivered free anywhere thoro were children under one year of age. Milk is the best food for within six blocks of our stores. children, and therefore the situation everywhere calls for serious deliberation. H. BOSSESON AVENUS GERMAN BANK and 'QUAKER MAID' Fifth and Market Sts. Ht yuax boys as prepare tkem for life. eaneaUom Uurt wfl FRED ERHART ARCHITECT ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE 113 W. Broadway, ZBlivUle, Xy. Conducttd by the Xaverlaa BroUier-aClaealcal, Scientific and BuataeM Oouraee, Preparatory Department, Lmw Swimming Pool, Well Bqulpped Qj if alum, Tarasa Mwn . Bra. Jaiaea, M, v 573-178- 6. a6 H"M-fr0i'f Wt"H"l" J S XCJBODXJOJKZY IRISH - 'i? mm J&JMttEOXSAJSl. T" $ 1 4fHH itiowmnnmomoHmKXixmm T- -5 MBACOHasoK We Qlve and Redeem Surety Coupons. rataf. a.i isx 'jftftN 2' sRWC "' .9-4 ,w. b ?S -- l siLrsi.yir--'- . im iHMflflL HrbfH&tf4Phfljg iajBIEBMtjii J 9I t HERMAN STRAUS . fOURTH AVENUg SONS markct - J ' I tNCOKPOXAreo STREET We Give and Redeem Gold Trading- Stamps. WOMEN'S COATS At Greatly Reduced Prices GREETINGS! 1 "'"" " Mi f $25.00 to $37.50 f qualities for Qualities to $18.00 for $19.94 $12.84 - Wishing you ana yours, i 1 You will have some difficulty in finding coats as good as tlicsc for the price and you never find any that are better. kersey cloth, Wool velour, Bolivia cloth, ciystal cloth, broadcloth and a burella cloth', number of the better novelty fabrics arc the material from which selections can bo made. 3any of these coats aro trimmed with fur and all of the stylish collars will bo seen. The selection of colors is very complete, among them such desired tones as taupe, dark brown, Russian green, burgundy, royal purple and. a profusion of coats in navy blue aUd black, , oar many friends and tomers, a prosperous, cus- ing down a long line opposite the Cerman trenches. FIRST PHOTO SHOWING AMERICAN TROOPS IN TRENCHES. Group of happy Sammies watching an English aeroplane going out to scout while at their stations In They are tout a small unit of the great forces that will soon be holda first line trench on the firing line. HIBERNIANS. h celebrated the versary of his ordination. forty-nint- on Christmas day Bishop Gallagher anni- KNIGHTS OF NLIDK date New That Will Interest What They Have Been Doing Mackln Council, Y. M. I., has had Members Hero and Else the Past Week General a most successful year and only where. praise is heard for President Seb News Notei. SIACKIX COUNCIL. Happy New Year Our to $50.00, rrLuorc tuaio, for $35.00 1 NEW YEAR GIFTS THAT WILL BE APPRECIATED. We couldn't suggest anything more appropriate as a useful gift than a comfortable pair of House Slippers or a pair of Dress Shoes. "DUCHESS" "EMERSON" Shoes for Women Shoes lor Mob Nature Shape Shoes For Children Old Reliable Dan Dougherty holds the long distance record as Treasurer of Division 3. Omaha Hibernians sent each local member with tho colors a Christmas package. Tom Langan, Financial Secietary of Division 4, was paid many tributes at tho annual election of offi- Leading Shoe Fitters. QQ&$QQQ&$&$4&$ VOLZ & MICHAEL 336 West Market We respectfully request our patrons to leave their orders for New Year Candies as soon as possible and avoid the rush of the last few days. St. A CANDI(E)D REQUEST RUDOLPH 230 West Market. 8c BAUER 219 West Jefferson. Treasurer John Hubbuch. Marshal Frank Hohmann. Inside Sentinel Joseph Hohmann. Outside Sentinel George Wolf. O. Executive Committee Seb. Hubbuch, Robert Sheckler, Fred Herp, Ambrose MettUng, George A. O. H. meeting of the County Board Wairen. will be held soon after New Year's MANY MOURN DEATH. to arrange for the St. Patrick's day celebration. Tho death of Major Patrick RIdgo The Ohio State Board has sent out an appeal for tho stricken mem- early Monday morning, while not nevertheless caused bers of tho order in tho Halifax unexpected widespread sorrow among tho many catastrophe. who knew and loved tho veteran Will McDonogh, the retiring Secretary of Division 4, will take his Might Chief of tho Louisville Po- seat In the State Legislature next Wednesday. Hibernians last week Denver BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBsV&TJ entertained tho senior class of tho Cathedral High School at a delight ful luncheon. A. President John Hennessy will Install tho newly elected offi 3 next Friday cers of Division night. It has been suggested that a company of the enlisted men bo se cured to lead the St. Patrick's day parade. Secretary of tho Will Kelly, Catholic building at Camp Zachary Taylor, is a member of tho local cers. County Hubbuch and his colleagues. With William A. Link as President there is no doubt of Mackln adding to its reputation and strength during the coming year. Tho officers elected to govern the affairs of tho club for the year 1918 will be installed at tho regular meeting on Monday evening, January 7. The new officers are as follows: President William A. Link. Morris First VIco President Buttimer. Second Vice President Robert J. Morris. Buckel. their war fund drive on January 14. cil. Colorado Milwaukee Knights will launch Ten stars have been added to the service flag of Newport Counrecreation $1,200. store will remain Springs overshot its quota by mora than closed all day Tuesday Financial Secretary William G. Gllllgan. Recording Secretary Edward CANDY MAKERS Mulloy's New Blend Coffee 2 1- -2 Lbs. For 65c QUALITY. A COFrEK THAT IS KNOWN XOB ITS Wf riNE CUP Mm JOHN Importer Mo MXJJC-OLVO- Y K. I. A. and Roaster of High Grade Coffee, Sold Direct to Consumer. 212 W. BASKET ST. LOUISVIUOE, XT. Return this advertisement with remittance and we will ship Coffee by Parcel Post, all charges prepaid. ,4h$4$3SS4$$Sk$$4 FURNITURE When you buy Furniture you should buy the kind that is net made to give away with trading stamps or cheap, trashy premiums. We do not handle trading stamps, but good Furniture, Carpets, Stoves and Ranges at low prices. JAMES GREENE 415-41- 7 EAST MARKET STREET. Where the QuicK Meal Comes In Where the homo la brightest; Where the work la lightest; Where the seal is cooked best; Where the range stand Where work is qulckr? done; Where cooking secerns real fan; Whero baking gives delight; Where drudge is out of sight where That's the "Quick Meal" somes to. the test "Qalcfc ha. That's 'where the Meal" comes Qaiek Meal Gas Ranges Sold. Installed aad Highly IteeemraaadeJ GEHER & SON, nive us. a trial for first-cla- ss w. MET . Autos and Taxis For Hire .BOTH PHONES 2399J , We are as close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable chauffeurs tar specialty. Give us a call. service. ,ee Yottitg Automobile Co. SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. has made progress during the past year. The division voted $25 for the Halifax sufferers. National Board of the Tho Ladles' Auxiliary voted $500 for the immediately relief of sufferers BBBBBSBBBBBBBbOK 8!to in the Halifax disaster. unique isiaH&BaaKK m. I P. J. Malier holds a h M .sbbsbbbsI record. He is serving his bbbbbbhssbbb iflBHEb HbbbzSPPbbkIbsbbba sbsbbbbssb term as Financial Secretary BRSSSSrafffPsBBusBNajBK 'SBBBBBBSB of Division 1 of Detroit. Division 1 of Detroit has seven teen of its members In the military service, all of whom have been Psb1bbbbbbbv'''sbbbbbsbbbbb1 elected Honorary Vice Presidents. The Ladies' Auxiliary of Division 10 of Brooklyn had a very success Bev. ful Irish night celebration. saflsaaaaaaausaaaaaaaaaaaaaEiiaaaaai William D. Cleary was tho orator. McLaughlin National President was first to appeal to all divisions From eivery secfor help for tho Halifax p"fr"'prs. lice department. There have fteen many prompt ran tion and walk of llfo carao tributes from tho many who had known the sponses. National Chairman John O'Den Major in llfo and were aware of makes a strong appeal for tho study bis many kind deeds and virtues. In, parochial Possessing a wonderful knowledge of Ireland's history nature, fcchools whero theio aro children and Instinct of human coupled with a kindly disposition,, of Irish parentage. Mapor Rldgo performed many acts Local Hibernians aie proud of of kindness while tho city slept. showing for tho Red Cioss Ho saved many young men and girls their and Catholic fund. S. J. McElllott, from lives of ruin, brought erring a member, being captain of the couples together and settled thouchampion money raising division. sands of coses without tho notoriety Division 3 and the Ladies' Aux of Police Court trials. Kindness iliary of St. Joseph, Ho., celebrated was his motto, and by kindness and their thirtieth anniversary with an good counsel he achieved much, Initiation, musical and literary en- earning tho gratitude of tertainment and delightful 'banquet, those who were caught in the toils after which there was dancjng. of Major of the law. The soul Thomas Noone, of Division 3, has RIdgo has gone to bo judged, but had as his guest this week his the many debtors to his gratitude cousin, James Noone, a member of left hero on earth will pray to Him Division G and active in Hibernian on high that mercy and reward be circles in Indianapolis. Tho visitor extended for his noble and ex has been having the time of his life emplary life. He Is survived by his here. mother. Mrs. Alice Ridge, of Bed In a sermon in the Cathedral at ford, Ind.; one daughter, Mrs. AlDenver touching upon the men who bert Herrmann, and five sons. Ser lost their lives on tho American geant John Jtldgo, Coleman uldge, destroyer sunk toy the Germans, Martin Ridce. William and Michael Bishop Tihen said the Toster read Ridge, of Now Orleans. Tho fulike a list of tho Ancient Order of neral took place from St. Brigid's church at 9 o'clock Wednesday Hibernians. umtnlng. Rev. Father Jansen, pastor, paid ANNIVERSARIES. a nice tribute to the deceased, saying that he was true and loyal to d December 19 was the anniversary of the birth of Bishop his duty and true and loyal to his Wehrle, O. S. B of Bismarck, faith, being well prepared to meet d anni- jils God. N. D., and the Chief of Police Potty detailed versary of the ordination of Bishop the following officers as honorary Lawler, of Lead, S. D. Capt. Ira Hutchinson, Thursday Bishop Foley, of DeLieuts. Ed Callahan, George Schupp sacertroit, celebrated his sixty-firdotal anniversary; Bishop Feehan, and Dan Morlarty, and Sergts. Pat of Fall River, Mass., and Bishop Kenealey and Mike Cross. Lenlhan, of Great Falls, Mont., BISHOP OF FERNS. their and .Archbishop Glennon, of St. Louis, his thirty-thir- d anniversary of ordination. From Ireland comes tho news On Friday of last week Cardinal that tho diocese of Ferns has "been Farley observed tho d filled by the appointment of Rev. anniversary of his consecration as William Codd, of Blackwater. The Bishop; Archbishop Ireland, his new Bishop comes of an old and h illustrious 'family that was oras a priest and his as Bishop; Bishop Carroll, iginally Norman, but aro settled in of Helena, his thirteenth as Bishop, Ireland since tho twelfth century while Bishop IFltzmaurice, of Erie, and that has jrfven many sons to and Uishop iNIlan, of Hartford, were the service of the church as Bish ops and priests. Ho is in his fifty- prlestd for fifty-flv- e and thirty-nin- e years 'respectively. second year. Bishop Codd studied Saturday was the fortieth anni- at Wexford and Rome, and after a versary of the ordination of Arch brilliant academic career became College, bishop Christie, of Portland, Ore., President of St, Peter's sacer- Wexford. He went on the mission ana tsunaay me iniriy-nit- n of Archbishop at Blackwater in 1912 and proved dotal anniversary himself as able an administrator as James J. Keane, of Dubuque. He is a Bishop Ryan, of Alton, 111., and he had been professor. Archbishop Pitlval, of Sante Fe, linguist and musician .and his apwere ordained on Christmas eve, pointment has given universal satis 1871 and 1881 respectively, and faction. Division 5 of Columbus, Ohio, wl Wisconsin has actually collected and paid in tb the War Activities Committee $70,000. Tho campaign to ralso $25,000 at St Paul has proved successful, being well over subscribed. Elder Council of Cincinnati has inaugurated a campaign to make the membership 1,000 before May 1. Just toeforo Christmas eighty-fowere candidates initiated at Yoakum, tho largest clas3 in the history of Texas. Congressman O'Shaughnossy, Chairman of tho Executive Committee, hopes to ralso $30,000 for little Rhodo Island. Brooklyn Knights have renovated a substantial dwelling on High street into a comfortable and attractive club house for tho men of tho navy. Secretary Lane, of tho Interior Department, has given his approval to tho collection of funds for the K. of C. war welfare fund. League Island .Navy Yard at Philadelphia has been selected for a K. of C. recreation hall. It will bo dedicated by Arclihlshop and Bishop McCort. Right Rev. Bishop Schwebach lias granted permission to tho Rev. Father Kaiser and Rev. Bernard Doyle, of tho LaCrosso diocese, to enter tho war service as chaplains under the auspices of tho Knights of Columbus. ur WHEEL TICKETS FOR SIXTY AND HUNDRED NUMBER WHEELS AT THIS OFFICE. BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA fVtfsV H WHISKY j Distiller, Fairfield, fiy, K Pren-derga- st IT IS ALWAYS PURE. feHF in. McKenna, The Qreat American thirty-fourt- MOTHER XAVIEIl CABRINI. YELLOWSTONE TAYIKIt & WILLIAMS INCOKPORA.TKD. THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATED 00. life-lo- ng itaiy, in isso. Her work received tho sanction of the Pope. Tho order thrived and spread to all parts of the world. In i889 Mother Cabrini desired to extend her missionary work and was directed by Pope Leo XIII. to go to America. She took charge of tho Italian schools on her arrival in New York and in 1890 opened tho first orphan asylum of the Sacred Heart at West Park, N. Y. As Mother General of the order she went to all parts of tho world and opened schools, hospitals, asylums and mis sions until tno Institutions now n number and tho mission nouses twenty. Tho body was taken to West Park, N. Y., and later will be taken to Rome for burial. sixty-seve- of the order of the Missionary Sisters of tho Sacred Heart, died Friday night at Columbus Hospital in Chicago of heart disease. Mother Cabrini was born in Italy, July 16, 1850. She formed tho first order of tho Sacred Heart at Codogno, Mother Xavler Cabrini, founder WHISKEY LOUISVILLE, KY. Distillers Of OLD FOR.TUNA BOTJB MASH "HOLLENBAOH" PURE HOT 528 W. Main St. LonlsrUle, Xy I DINNER INCOMPLETE I WITHOUT ! IV r !j i-- BEER NONE BETTER NONE PURER M POPE'S TIHtKE MASSES. first mass St Prompt "Delivery Service?" Sun ? sixty-secon- thirty-secon- pall-beare- st sixty-sixt- h, twenty-secon- fifty-sixt- forty-seco- nd Ilia nnvprnmiMil no nnn no It aJinl! be called for. What action the Mayor will take has not yet been mad-known, but all should give Mm aid when called upon. Pope Benedict this year said his ; CALL NO. 467 EITHER PHONE, at midnight in the Slstlne chapel, all the foreign diplomatic I representatives accredited to the Vatican being present, as well as a concourse of the Vatican nobility, IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE. of prominent personages and of others who had the privilege of securing tho coveted ticket of admission. Tho famous chapel, ono of the great shrines of art, was SATISFIES THAT LONGING. specially decorated and illuminated for the occasion. At daybreak the Popo said a second mass in his private chapel, and his third mass in tho great Conslstorlal Hall In INCORPORATED the presence of more than 2,000 PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE.- persons at 7 o'clock In tho morn ing. At the midnight mass the favorite SIstine choir sang tho music and at tho morning mass tho enlarged choir of tho Basilica of St. Peter sang. 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