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City Assessor Baldauf, and not to near Mayor Bmith. Baldauf was Searcy's choice for the Legislature, and' after City v Assessor Brlstow was drafted intoHhe army tho real Mayor naturally, selected his boon companion and profege to fill the ' vacancy. ' 1600 Taxlcab, Auto, BOTH PHOHES Private Ambulance INCORPORATED IwisvIW Cinlaga and Taxlcab Co. .VOLUME XLI.-N- O. PRICE FIVE CENTS. 1 IRELAND'S Friends In All Lands Petition For tho Freedom of thol Green Isle. CAMP NEWS l.f''.' .flPIBBMJOTBlM9IIBBBBBBB9H?BK?B rfijETlrfP"teSRiiVHBBBBBBIBBftBBBBIl9 v !. rf tu fmprcsslra Thanksgiving Day Scrv- Even the administration General Services Attended by Council couldn't accept the highGtn. McMahon. handed dictation of tho Board of Public Works in regard to tho garbage question, and this week President Dumas; of tho lower board, served notice on Davy Roso Eight Hundred Soldiers at Solemn Over ,1,000 Priests In Now York and his associates that his con' High Muss at K. of C. ! stituents were upJin arms as to the LA IHHKnPraB&llsBlHK ijldrP'SBBBBK Arclidloccso Ask Presiboard's right to dictate whether Auditorium. B9K KBSHSBSBK BHBBBSBBBSKlflBBHPJv i x.vTH 9BB JBbBBBbBbBBbV 91 BBBBBBkKSBBBBBfiBKf JBMMHffif&SBBBHBBBBl.v dent's Aid. they should bo allowed to dispose HMttBHpBHpJBJpjMEt SpMRB iBBb HB3?!9BflBK of their garbage as they saw fit or 7flHBw follow the board's ruling that they '"'" Miar BrafaStihifi? Jwkl&sP must turn It over for a pet project E BBBkhBjPJJhv '" BR 9HHIHH V - BJJJH; iSkjPIhhSJL Only Eight Priests Left to Finish If tho of the Board of Works. 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BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBx can not glvo his wet garbage to his v3g f l gtfnnEBSSMMBK' w "" bbbbbbbbmbbbbbb Course. chickens or pigs, or some neighbor's rBMjjJt1 g W Jl!JMffiTMr BBBBBBBBBuHBBBBk land's Freedom. f chickens or pigs,; or even burn it, then tho board :an dictate what wo shall do wlthj our old cast-oMORALE WORK VERY HEAVY. clothes, furnlturo.'trags, etc. To an PEACE CONFERENCE PROBLEM. outsider it would; appear logical that a citizen possesses tho right to nef9HBBMBHBBBPJBBHBBBBBBBHBBBBfl dispose of any '.article, food or HE HAS PAID otherwise, WHICH Although Thanksgiving day had l?WBBiBBBBBBBBWTllHbMBBpp, TfLi ffiT!l''"''HrftOTItBy Throughout tho entire civilized FOR, as ho sees fit, and a ruling been declared a full holiday, there requests are is a blow at Liberty and otherwise world petitions and woro about 800 soldiers at tho solDemocracy. Dictation which strikes LjiKkVBnBBBBBBflHBDKh99BBWAaKBWilBnk emn high, mass held at the Knights 3? made asking tho coming peace conof a' man's household at tho conduct of Columbus auditorium. Tho mass ference to secure Justice and freeIs In direct opposition to tho prinwas celebrated by Chaplain Dono-hudom for Ireland, and this has especiples for which our country Just with Chaplain McDermott aB cially been the ease In America, fought for In tho world war. GERMAN TERRITORY, TO BE PUT UNDER CONTROL. deacon and Chaplain Donovan as which above all others at the conCHINESE WOMAN SURGEON IN AMERICAN HOSPITAL, ' Another local V question which o Other priests on the and land west of the Rhino which is ference will come free to potitlon Luxemburg, who Is Bald to be the first Chinese Photo shows Dr. Pang Yuen-Tsehas been the subject for others than horself. Tho British shown hero in solid black must bo evacuated by Germany. A neutral cussion this past two of much dis- woman ambulance surgeon. She is a graduate of three United States altar woro Father O'Brien and weeks is the Labor party In its election mani- zono about twenty-fiv- e miles wide Is established east of the Rhino management of eurCity Hospital, universities and a woman of oxcep tional ability. Sho Is tho daughter Father Murray. The music was In charge of Miss Florence Barrett, by shaded lines on map. Half festo goes on record as requesting with the Allies In conUjol, as shown of XNoncnang, vmna. and to dato tho Board of Public of Dr. and Mrs. Ling the organist at the auditorium, and and indorsing freedom of Ireland, disks shown on map two river crossings in control of tho Allies. given no real, explana Safety has Gounod's mass was sung by the and in this country the Ancient ' manage tion of the trouble In the teams and enough for 2,000 teams choir, soloists of which wero Mrs. and Ladies Order of Hibernians ' ment of our million dollar institu providing they played both forenoon Hennessy, Mrs. Auxiliary have circulated innumer- Tuesday evening. Tho seminary la Busath, Messrs. ne tion, which was the pride; of every uatnearai coland afternoon. K. of C. Secretaries Welsenberg and McVeigh. Comable petitions to President Wilson the successor citizen. ine jane graaa jury abroad expected to entertain more manding Gen. McMahon and some Ireland at tho peace lege, which was formerly located at for his aid for warned the board that the hospital Superior streets. It than a million soldiers and eallor3 of his staff wero present at services, table. Tho Friendly Sons of St. Cass and boys, most of whom now are was being mismanaged . and the next Thursday at K. of C. buildings occupying seats near the altar. Patrick delivered the following has 375 board feu back on. Its chestnut preparing for tho priesthood. Tho and we have prepared In advance Major Gen. McMahon took part In memorial to tho President: Preparatory Qulgley "Let there be a plebiscite taken building, which Is nearlng Seminary Gubernatorial Campaign Is Formally plea of incompetent help, etc., not War Work of Knights of Columbus for It. A million, possibly two mill-- ; the drive at St. Mlhlel, at compleexplaining why Assistant superinion guests, will i nope 'smoKe' on initio fnlr mnrittlnns of the adult and west of Verdun. Ho Continues Without Sign tendent Nelson, with a splendid us." ntniiiniinn nf ha nftfvnln of Ireland. tion, win not. ho dedicated until next expressed hlmselt-nbeing very well Opened by Iient. Gov. record of fourteen, years' service In tho heart of Times Square, satisfied at Camp Taylor, saying-- ho of Abatement. and let tho result determine tha' spring or summer, the date not yet was fired to make1 way for E. T. Black. of had seen this camp was a splendid New York City, a Knights form or government unaer wuitu i being1 announced, it wm cost comShouse, who was a JDeputy Sheriff. live. It is a memorial Columbus building Is to be con plant. Thanksgiving masses were the people of that land shall BUCll , plete ?7B0,000. With chill parties, .dances, internes' nr nnriflilnTvMw nrpillct that of the lato Archbishop Qulgley. At structed immediately. Tho site Is also celebrated at all K. of C. strikes, etc.. the public is unable peoplo of the opening on Tuesday evening tho triangular and will permit of a buildings hero In camp, with chapaction would oatlsfy the whether the institution la Red Cross Nurso Tells a Little structure almost a hundred feet In lains from tho training school offiIreland, remove tho differences be- centennial of Illinois was celebrated Professional Politicians Aro Seeking to tell run being for. charitable purposes England, and make and Archbishop G. W. Mundelcln Story That Carries a length. In supplementing the reg- ciating. tween them and Control of Valuation or whether wo have a continual per On Tuesday evening one of the ular Knights of .Columbus service In strongly for that permanent peace dMIvnrAd nn address. Miss Marcarct Moral. at formance of musical- comedy tho proposed building it Is planned largest crowds that havo ever gath- - ' Board. of the world for which all mankind Maiden and James M. Graham also Preston and Chestnut. ten striving." C, employment ered In tho auditorium was present made addresses. to conduct a K. of are hoping and In'reply to tho "board's tearful F. Right Rev. Joseph for soldiers discharged to witness the high class boxing ' bureau Tho plea nbat It can't get' good police archMILITAnY WEDDING. from military service. This bureau, show of Packey McFarland and Mooney, Administrator of tho men Instead of anVafray of Key-Accompany First according to plans, is to some of his pupils. Two of tho diocese of New York, made public Davy Rose's Board Called Down on stonere, or good firemen are not Secretaries Ask to One of tho brilliant military for "Self Dewith tho National Employment men from the- bakers' Bchobl fura petition asking American Troops Into available, many would like to know adIn tho Garbage of the season was that of solDictation nished tho most Interesting bout. Bureau In providing work for termination for Ireland." It was why the same tearful board fires or Berlin. diers and sailors. Tho building de- Sergeant Miller, of the 307th Com- -' dressed to President Wilson and Miss Ida Paul Heck to Lieut. Question) reduces good men dally. Tho other Henley, which took priestB of the Bernard J. partment has Issued the necessary pany, .boxed Private Smith, of the signed by 1,021 day Capt. Jerry Halon, a veteran committee In placo on Thanksgiving morning at permits to Holbrook, Cabot & Roll-In- s 4J0th Company, Tho for four fast archdiocese. and hero of the Are .department, Tho Borromoo church Corporation, contractors, who rounds, at tho end of which Ref charge consists of tho following St. Charles and who peTsoaallyj saved many at ENTERTAIN MILLION SOLDD3RS. will erect the structure. ceremony was performed by tho eree McFarland declared the bout" well known clergymen: Right Rov. PICKINGS'.," the iPmiM HoW ftre, was reduced au drawvThesridiattWAte4JMg James J. Flood, P. R.; Right Rev. Rev. Charles P. Raffo ana tne Jiev. KEYSTONERS, "EASY v T'S111!' rr'jlmf--ft'-:-l' Bloridl, cousin of tho bride, .The ; nnrsBTnRTexHlMttonrbut:;tHe fefwee tanr John P. Chidwlck, D. D.; Very Rev. Francis j3PMWf! Z2 fe Kij atmtvmS-- ' uwnpuwgfruf a"hlek" Camp Zaehary said the rules of the camp forbid Chancellor John J. Dunn, Very. Rev? who Is a chanlaln. at motormen and 'conductors are being artistically Charles "A."''Caeldy; P. R'.,'V. R.; Taylor. The church was Tho marriage of Miss Ellzaboth finish bouts. Sergeant Ross boxed Since tho armlstico began a vital Lieut. Gov. J.' W. Black mado laughed at from coast to coast and four rounds with Corporal Henry, Rev. John F. Kolehan, Rev. John decorated&wltn palms ana wnuo In army and navy camps abroad change has been made in tho In- Lanahan and Dr. Thomas H. Dean of the Night School Battery, and P. Brady, D. D. The petition, vwhen chrysanthemums. Tho bridal chorus formal announcement of his candi aro getting worse, If is pos- structions given to Knights of was solemnized Thanksgiving morn- tho entertainment closed with an Lohen- dacy this woek for tha Democratic that sent1 out for signatures, carried this from "Rose Maiden" and grin's Wedding March were beauti- nomination for Governor, and as sible, and'the best testimony of th'at Columbus overseas Secretaries, and ing at the St. Charles Borromeo exhibition by Packey McFarland explanation toy the committee: accompanied by our acting Governor has many fact is that two of our big dallies Just beforo they sail they are given church. The ceremony was per and Lieut. Flynn, of the O. T. S. supports tho fully rendered, petition "Tho attendants friends in this section his candidacy were influenced to stop publishing a talk by William J. formed by the Rev. Charles P. McFarland gave a wonderful exhibifamous declarations of our honored violin and cello. Tho Chairman of K. of C. Raffo. MIs3 Maleva P. Blankon- - tion of tho art of Prof. H. H. the numerous robberies and hold Mulligan, President regarding international were LIcuts. Gene E. Mlcho and was well received. on War Activities. baker was the maid of honor and Master Cherry will also be a candidate, ups, theso papers falling for' the Committee Six receptions and dances were rights and law. It convoys tho hopo Ralph Sinclair Smith. Dr. Dean had as dressed in military that tho Stato of Ireland may Be Ozanno Mlcho. as ring bearer. The and It has been rumored that Percy board's baby cry that they couldn't Knights of Columbus overseas Sec- F. Wernke. The his best mana Irwin! given by the Knights of Columbua wed-- on Thursday Ret real policemen. Tho crooks and retaries are asking tho privilege of wore brldo Haly may shy his hat in the ring Improved because of our President's uniform, acted afternoon and evening d volour or bo responsible for the entry of pickpockets aro having the time of being permitted to accompany the ding gown of whlto georgette crepe at this camp. The parties were all principles. We forward It for sig- bride woro a lives, and we would suggest first American troops into Berlin if mounted over white charmouse; tho chaperoned by Louisville ladles and with beaver fur and another candidate, who will, be their nature in the belief it will accord suit trimmed g hat of. the known as Haly's personal choice as an appropriate Christmas present they go there, which seems proba- round neck bodlco was trimmed in gentlemen and wero howling sucAs tho a small, with your personal views. for Col. Petty and the tearful board ble, even though they only go as an beads and embroidered in roses and cesses. Tho music was furnished President leaves the country on same shade. Her corsage bouquet and a representative of that December 3 It Is essential to have was of sunburst roses and orchids. who are not disposed to al- that they frame thov testimonial of object lesson to tho Germans. So made with long sleeves embroidered by the military bands located at exports many requests were made that it and beaded In white. Over the the camp. The dance given at the an Immediate reply that tho peti- Following the ceremony a wedding low prohibition to die its natural tho Toledo crooks, who as tho Keystone boys was nocessary to solve tho matter narrow charmeuso skirt fell a tunic colored building of tho Knights of tion may be in his hands on Satur- breakfast was served at the home of death. The Kentucky Irish Ameri testified thatpicking." In an equitablo way and give all tha of tho georgette crepe beaded and Columbus was the first that has the bride's parents. Lieut. Henley can is surprised to seo even the were "easy day, November 30." applicants an equal show, so Will- embroidered in whlto roses. Her been held and will bo followed up and Mrs. Henley have left for De slightest attempt to inject tho dead Tho petition follows: WELCOME GEN. M?MAHONf iam J. Mulligan, Chairman of K. of tulle veil was adjusted with a every Saturday afternoon under tho "To the President of tho United troit, whero they will make their Issue of prohibition, into Kentucky C. War Activities, decided that tho bandeaux of nearls and she carried direction of the K. of C. Secretaries politics when it is conceded by Btates: Wo, tho undersigned prlest3 home. Major Gen. John E. McMahon, Secretary or Secretaries whose a shower of bride's roses and lilio3 ' and chaperones. Sweet cider and men of all political faiths that in of tho Roman Catholic archdiocese fell on tho of the valley. Tho maid of honor cake wero served at all of the afCLOSING. MISSION tho next few months a sufficient commandant at Camp Zaehary Tay- birthday anniversary York, respectfully petition: of New to same dato that the American sol- was attired in a Nile green satin fairs. number of States will have ratified lor, was formally welcomed That tho standards of justice for Tho work of keeping up the nations, which have been formuThe mission for men given at St. the Federal amendment, leaving us tho city Thursday night at the diers are due there shall be given trimmed In silver beads. Sho carHe has tho coveted permission. ried a shower bouquet of Columbia morale of the soldiers here has prohibition long First Christian church. lated by you, and which, appealing Louis Bertrand's church this week with nation-wid- e A llttlo story In which prlco tags roses. Following tho reception Dr. grown to bo a big Job since tho The bofore tho Kentucky political races Just returned from Franco, where alike to friend and foe, havo has- will close tomorrow evening. in command of a division figure and that carries a moral, told Dean and Mrs. Dean left on their signing of the armistice," as tho soltened to a successful conclusion attendance has been large and edi- will bo decided. There aro other ho wasparticipated in the drive of by a Red Cross nurso reciting the wedding trip to Havana, Cuba, and diers are restless now that tho fightthis great war, bo applied unre- fying, especially when it is taken and more important questions to which servedly to the problems of peace Into consideration that over 300 be considered by tho voters of tho Argonne forest. There wasbe-a difficulties she experienced in ob- after which they will return to ing Is over, Thanksgiving week. betaining cigarettes, etc., for patients their home, 2219 Woodbourno ave- ing one of the busiest weeks slncd" conference. That therefore tho young men of the parish aro away Kentucky, more important to our tremendous audience, the affair nue. great principles of 'Self Determina- serving in tne army or navy, very vital Interests, and men should be ing in charge of the District Food In a Paris hospital, runs thus: tho camp opened here. Vaudeville "Now for tho dear old K. of C. shows, dances, moving pictures and tion be made applicable to Ireland Rev. M. J. Ripple and Rev. P. A. selected for office with an abler Administrator, W. H. Kaye, and Mrs. LHCES THE NAVY. boxing bouts were held In oach of as well as to other small nations. Maher havo conducted tho exor- qualification than the fact that they City Chairman Peter Lee James A. They aro wonders and your chest Atherton ought to swell every tlmo you seo Hon. the six recreation "Wo urge that 'Self Determina- cises and the brilliant eloquence of aro supporters of the dead and Lesch. halls of the delivered a Btlrrlng address. the emblem K. of C. I was caring William P. Kelly, formerly K. of Knights of Columbus. tion for Ireland,' in accordance with these two Dominican fathers Is burled question of prohibition. Tho new of tha bringing great spiritual a numbor of sick boys and I O. Secretary at damn Zaehary Tay ' commander is a strong advocate of, your memorable enunciation for results. Indications point to tho election LIEUT. BOBBY BURNS. government, Hundreds of men have been receiv- of a Democratic candidate for Govsome smokes and candy for lor and regarded as one of the best athletics and encourages moro boxwanted American doctrino of gave mo of tho entire force, who enlisted in ing bouts and basketball games. them. Tho Red Cross have your generous support at the ing holy communion daily at tho ernor, and next to securing an able Robert M. Burns, eon of Mr. and some (French cigarettes, which the tho navy and has been stationed at belleva mission masses, which aTe said at man tho voters will watch tho prospeace conference; and we Many of tho batteries of tho of that. tho solution through you of the 5 and 8 o'clock, and tomorrow all pective candidates for Auditor, Sec- Mrs. James M. Burns,been South Sev- boys don't like), anothertoorganiza- the Great Lakes training station, ' officers' training school aro dea member tion wanted to sell some me, and has been home on a furlough to his mobilizing, with only twenty g to will receive holy communion in a retary of State and Treasurer, who enth street, who has Irish trouble will add or arthe lustre of our country's great- body with tho Holy Name Society comprise our State Board of Valua- of the Officers' Training Corps, his tho Commissary department was al- parents and having a Jolly good thirty men loft to finish tho course. rived home Sunday night in Bell only ten boxes at a time. He says he llke3 the navy. This Is also true of tho chaplains' lowed to ness." at tho 7:30 o'clock masB. Tho tion. Tom Rhea is mentioned Lieutenant and Father R. H. Tlerney, editor of services tomorrow evening will con- strongly for Auditor as a reward uniform of Secondgreeted and con- tlmo to a nurse. I flnaly told my and his healthy and robust appear- training school, as there aro only is being warmly America, said: sist of rosary, instruction, eermon for his campaign services this year, gratulated by his host" of local troubles to the K. of C, appealing ance show tho wisdom of his choice. eight priests left to finish tho to them for assistance. Did I get He returned to duty Thursday course. "Tho action of tho clergy of tho and Papal benediction. During the coming week and none seem to object, but "there 1b but friends. It? They gave mo, absolutely free, night. archdiocese of New York aro many and loud objections to tho Depot Brigade will be brought twenty of cigarettes, 200 boxes another proof that they sympathize back to the camp from tho tented the report that tho politicians havo ICNIGnTS OF ST. JOHN. twenty-fiv- e pounds boxes of tobacco, with President Wilson In his desire area they are now using, as well settled on Rodman Keenon for of candy and a supply of rosaries, to Tight tho wrongs done to small as the negro regiment, the ' h i Treasurer. Mr. Keenon's candidacy "j, Edward's , Commandory, medals, etc. I Immediately spread St. He lncludod. Ireland nations, Infantry. Those troopB will will be opposed strongly for two Knights of St. John,1 of St. An- the tidings to all Red Cross nurses occupy the quarters left vacant by called us to war for the reasons, one that he represents the purpose of vindicating the the men of O. T. S. who aro leavmen who are seeking to control thony's church, elected officers at a and now they know whero to ask HvA3 largely attended meeting v Monday for thees things when their pa.Inhto nf notlnnn tn llvn thnir ing. Mr i T.A this important board, and secondly night. The installation will take JUbIbIbbbbhHBIk untrammeled by alien masters. In tients request them." For the past year Louisville because of his combine with the place month and will be made this Council, K. of C, has been very bis view every nation without exThis story was sent to John F. hbIHhMhHmbbIIiB i' Republican member of the Stato occasion of a reunion. A roster Phillips, receiving ship, Ellis Island, ception should be allowed to debusy entertaining the soldiers from ibBHbhibbIHb2 Election, Board last year In opposi- the the threo camps located close to termine Its own form of governtion to the Democratic party 'selec- of the officers will appear next New York. ment, and he made it clear that he Tons of hard candies, oodles of Louisville, and from tho records tions. The State Board of Valua- week. 'llHiaflBHiBlBlBlBHlBlBBBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBHI pudding, thousands of cigars, cigarhavo entertained about 40,000 visitIntended to see" to It that this printion and Assessments, which has CATnOLIO FEDERATION. ciple would be applied to all peoples powers to wreck or benefit corporaettes and other "smokes," 500 footors during war times. The enterballs and complete baseball outfits without respect to their geographitainments are still going on every tions and railroads, must be taken regular" monthly meeting of aro Just a few of the things that Tho week and tho club house cal position or to their masters. Is full ' from tho control of politicians the Catholic Federation will be held every night, as the sign "Everybody Director of Naturally such an appeal fell with William P. Larkln, whose course In the past has been evening, December 12, at Knights of Columbus Overseas Acpeculiar sympathy on the ear of Welcome" hangs out in town as detrimental to Kentucky's best in- Thursday In the well as at the camps close by. Tho the most democratic folk in the tivities. Drovlded for the American terests. Once again the Kentucky 8 o'clock. They for world, men of Irish" blood. Entertainment Committee has Irish American serves notice that building, corner Fifth and1bJefferson. troops abroad as trimmings Cooney anxious E. J. Thanksgiving celebration. a very fine programme for Cocked to the colors In throng3, the voters will watch with Interest Presidentdelegates to be present as their knowing well that the r President the next month, as well aB for There was no price tag on any of the prospective candidates for these for all enthe election of officers for the would keep his word and stand Christmas time, and exnect tlua these articles, a fact which our soloffices. sponsor for the liberty of. Ireland, same large attendance at the dances diers already know and appreciate. Poor old near Mayor Smith came suing year will take plaee. Comrnentlng on the forwarding" of too. There is no doubt of the and other receptions. The meetings to the bat again this week with FORTY nOURS' PRAYBR. to every Wednesday night average one of his grandiose statements in these supplies Director Larkln said: Present's intention in regard the ninety men, Including of course a Columbus of reply to tha complaint of reprethis important matter, but "Xhe .prayer here wanted toKnightsmake Thanksgiving The Forty great many visitors. prleeta who know their flocks well help sentative business men that they opens next at Hours'Church of the the day a memorable one for our fight were being unjustly assessed, and felt that It would be a splendid thing to enhearten Mr. Wilson by KILLED IN FRANCE. as in his previous spasmodic letters Immaculate Conception. Eighth and ing men, and a ton of candy, a to the public gave us a conglomera- Cedar, beginning with ftlgh mass to- million cigarettes, etc., this year lettlnc h'm know that millions of In and about the Peter J. DIenea, a Louisville boy, Americans tion of bombastic utterances' with morrow morning and continuing counted as much as flye tlmee. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Dienes, metropolis are sure he will not lose quantity any other year.- Thanksout any logic or argument. The until Tuesday. courage in the face of the diffi2712 West Jefferson street, was giving wan the first national holiday near Mayor dwells strongly on the SINN FHDfima LEAD. killed in action in Vranra nn Vn. culties he will meet before he acsince the armistice was signed, fact that he Is going to live up to complishes one of the great vember 10, the day previous to the Wednesday was nomination day therefore it was up to us to do his promises of lower of the war, taxes, but does not explain that tor candidates for the British Par everything iri our power so our solcessation or Hostilities, according to a telegram received from the War Tor Ireland, hiB unreasonably higher assessments liament In the coming general the home of his HJhhJhhJhhJhhJhhVjHJHJHJHJHJHJHHhJS diers and sailors may be provided bibIbIbBhHbbwHbkbbb1iHk ' Department thlB counby his parents on Among the'surprleea was the with material cheer. In mean In reality HIGHER TAXES. fathtr," Wednesday. Dienes arrived In From Butchertown to Portland appearance of an opponent of Lloyd try football dominates Thanksgiving Franca ahmif rtntnfia 19 niiii nn. sports and I. wanted the boys SEMINARY. whV Quid! WWV.U. AM 1T.W MEMBER. come protest after protect against George and the eueceea of the Sinn day CABINET SOCIALIST ae-- J over there to hare their full of It, ASSESSMENTS, Teln "party in Ireland; which the INCREASED nv mnnMANY. infantry, unit and must have zone - ao sent, 500 additional footballs. of Soheldemann, the Ger- and it Is rumored that the proper eared twenty-tw- o Photo immediately to the front Hue. The tnM without too,The Very Ref . T. A. Pureell, D. Photo of Frederick. Ebert, the news spread gloom in the Weet of 105. These added to those we had alPre- man Socialist leader, who Is slated appeal for relief should be laid be- 'oppoeitlon out of a ttal D.r la PmJMt or the - opened new Chancellor of Germany, who End, where he had spent hU life an important position in the fore the real- - Mayor, for ready shipped ought to provide Chesley They had only atx in the last paratory flWfflnary, which I fcraewnuVer. enough for more than a thousand wci Vwm'W and was well liked. who personally selected Searcy, rU audltoriam for the Unit tine German Cabinet. BRvdBBHBBl JKd793BBl WH .' I 1 ff e, Alsace-Lorrain- sub-deaco- n. Han-Tsc- o, or-t- DEMOCRATIC OVERSEAS : lle I s - wed-dln- es - -- n?'j - .,i a-'Air., ' heart-to-hea- rt self-defens- e. beaver-colore- close-fittin- ' elo-me- nt ! . age-lon- N "J . Sixty-nint- - ' Inter-Southe- rn ed pur-pop- es :HHBilB.jBK pre-eelctl- elee-tlo- n. -w Ql1r -- 1 m &.. &L.ialS'TiXJOELr&' JttRJL&fa AJS3&XLCAJS KENTUCKY IRISH MERKM HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY DIVISION S. 1818-182- First and third Fridays, Hibernian JWAted to the Sodil and Moral Advtncement ol Irkh Americas tad Cathotks 0 Home, Portland. Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's President John M. Riley. Vice President Walter Murphy. Institute and Catholic Knights of America. Secretary John J Financial CO., IneorpofteJ, Publishers Broderlck, 1850 Portland avenue. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING Recording Secretary John , A SUBSCRIPtTonVRiCBONB DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c Martin. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. Matter. Bnttrrd at th LouUvltte Poatofflce a Sergeant-at-Arm- a 8hee- Martin to lha KNTUCKY WISH AMEMCW, 319.331 WMt 6mm St. ban. ' U4nt til Cwww!all0B Sentinel Thomas Noone. Second-Clet PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. To The Democrats Of Kentucky: 1. to-daw g, 1 townooff)sMyBV LOUISVILLE, KY BON VOYAGE. Tho American peoplo will offor nravera for the safety and success of President Wilson wane ai ino Peace Conference and in Europe. Here's hoping his highest ambitions may bo fully realized and that amid the ho will return homo plaudits of tho entire world. Also that he may securo freedom for ho stands which Ireland, to pledged. CONGRATULATIONS. DIVISION 4. Meets second and fourth SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1918 i The Kontucky Irish American tenders hearty congratulations to tho Right Rev. Denis CDonaghue, of Louisville, who last Bishop Saturday quietly celebrated his sevHis entieth birthday anniversary, peoplo and friends of all denominations earnestly pray that ho may bo spared for many more years of usefulness. Bishop O'Donaghuo was born in Davles county, Indiana, was ordained a priest on September 6, 1874, and on April 25, 1900, ho was consecrated Auxiliary Bishop of Ten years later he Indianapolis. to tho Louisville was transferred diocese. HELPING HVELAND. All over the country the friends of Ireland are demanding that Ireland 3hall bo Included among the small nations entitled to nVnSBnV IH&& v vi$&i&stdsMmgm ,4vfcS Ireland is tho test. If Ireland bo not represented at o talk the peace table tho about the rights of small nations proves tarnished rhetoric. Every friend of Ireland must make every effort to see that every Influence is made to pay for Iroland. Lot President Wilson know tho sentiment of Irish Americans and democracy-lovin- g of Americans other racial derivation is for IreIreland is a land unshackled. nation, and so always must be, governing ItseU without let or O'Bryan at Glenwood. hindrance from 'Britain or other "Homo about Christmas" was tho Mrs. Margaret Newman, who visaatlbn or group of nations. contents of a welcome cable message received Tuesday by iMrs. ited her brother, William C. Newto Colston, mother of Col. William A. man, and family; has returned BACK NEXT YEAR. Colston, commanding the 138tn her. home at Frankfort..' Americans will not object to our Field Artillery, now in Franco. Tho The soldiers' reception and dance news gladdened many hearts and soldiers coming homo at the earliest aroused keen interest among those this evening at the Knights of about tho people's business, diligently striving to interprtt re- who have sons in tho 138th, as possible moment. About 7,000 will be under it Columbus club houseQueen's Daugh their needs. in is not deemed probable that Col. tho auspices of tho turned soldiers were expected It ia because I feel sure I can, by constancy of worthy New York before tho end of tho Colston will return except at th9 ters. effort as Governor, justify tho preferment I seek and merit past week. That Is only tho be- head of his regiment. Mrs. B. S. Mattingly and daughthe commendation the peoplo are always willing to bestow ginning. We have been sending ter, 'Miss Katherlne, who have been GREAT CHURCH EVENT. upon tho faithful servant, that I am led to ask this higher ill with influenza at their home on men to Franco at the Tate of sphere of official activity and resppnsibility. - Wo Exccllenpy Most iRov. John Cherokee road, aro Tcported as Ills may get 300,000 a month.Bonzano, Apostolic Limitation of spaco denies elaboration hero of details tho them back at tho rate of 30,000 a United States, will Delegate Into New arrive as to tho measures and performances for which I think a month this winter. But the va3t Orleans today, the purpose of his Miss Stella Buckley, who has Governor of Kentucky should stand and strive. And elabomajority of our soldiers will not visit being to confer the sacred been on a tour of the Bluegrass ration is hardly necessary anyway, for one's acts ought pallium upon His Grace the Most with a party of friends, stopped In return for a year at least. Tho conse- Frankfort on Thanksgiving day to not to bo confused with his woixls. It is easy to mako war may bo over, but tho Allies are Rev. Archbishop Shaw, and episco- bo with her aunt, Mrs. Thomas J. dignity of the crate to promises, but performances aro the important things. Tho taking no chances. What may hap- pate the tho Brlslan. Right iRev. Jules B. peoplo are entitled to performances rather thah promises, pen in Europe in tho next few Bishop-eleof Lafayette, A fine baby boy arrived at the however gracefully phrased tho promises may be. Deeds months no one can say. The Ameri- and the Right Rev. Arthur of San Antonio. homo of Col. Thomas J. Campion, should bo tho translation of intention, for problems cannot cans will be depended on to main- During Bishop-eleand many Democrats are rejoicing, stay In New be solved by merely pronouncing tho words which define tain order in Europe for another ApostolichisDelegate, who Orleans tho as they will mako a clean sweep la the dithem. whf-his bunch begin to vote. Both year. rect representative in the United Tho war, with its havoc of waste and death, has ended States of Pope (Benedict XV., will mother and babe aro doing nicely. be the guest of the Most Rev. Archwith the dethronement of barbarous might. Autocracy, SANTA CLAUS. Josephine Murphy, Miss of bishop Shaw. It will be the first with its cruel ambitions menacing tho freedom, of tho world, Wo who pride ourselves upon our visit of Msgr. Bonzano to New Or- Frankfort, who Is spending somo has been crushed, and democracy is triumphant. time with her sister, Mrs. J. T. leans, welcome ultra modern views probably scoff awaits and a most loyal The con- Bryan, and Dr. Bryan, Highland Tho appalling struggle has ended in the delivery from His Excellency. at Christmas traditions and declare ferring of the sacred pallium and avenue, and has been very ill, is a peril which threatened civilization, and in vindication of Improving and thought to bo out of that Santa Claus and tho attendant the consecration of the Bishops-elee tho faith and chcriscd ideals for this dominant will tako place at the St. danger. achievements associated with him nation. Louis Cathedral tomorrow. The should have no place in the mind dual event will bo one of Misses McMahon Esther and And now it behooves that we adjust ourselves for a the most of tho average child that It is Imposing religious services ever wit- Carrie McMahon, of Utlca, N. Y., peace which will win its own sure victories. Wo face a some time with Mrs. unfair to so mislead him. 'But If nessed in the historic Cathedral. All are spending new day. Tho atmosphere of steady, aobcr thought is at her home on we do argue along these lines, we the Bishops of the province are ex- Cora Glassford clearing and the clouds aro lifting for a moro distinct 'Major Gen. pected to be present and there will Park avenue during are nothing more or 'less than stay at Camp vision of the duties of the hour. A new era with new mobe delegations of clergy and laity John McMahon'a pessimists. To take old from tho sees of San Antonio and Zachary Taylor. tives and changed purposes challenges attention. A now Santa Claus away from Christmas Lafayette and from Baton iRouge, spirit and new life seek the stage, Now ideals insist upon Mr. and Mrs. Phil G. Ernwine is really an unreasonable act and a Broussard and Breaux Bridge. The practical conduct in public and private affairs. sermon on this occasion will be announce the marriage of their measure so cruel to the Juvenile preached by Bishop Tho eternity of tho Morris, of Little daughter, Mlss Elsie Louise lays draft upon us world that we simply ought to be Rock. to J. F. Flfer, of Cincinnati, to save free from harm the glorious achieveof y which took pl$ce at. St. ColumSba's ashamed of ourselves for entertainments wrought for truth and justice, liberty and rightc-- 1 rectory, tho Rev. Father Maloney ing the Idea even tor a moment. NATIONAL SHRINE. ousness in tho recent cataclysm of war.-- , performing the ceremony. They ImWe might better believe In Santa Wo. eo that a peaceful State has bettor staying qualiThe erection in Washington of & mediately took a short trip. Claus and In all he means to our monumental church, in honor of ties in testing times than has tho d one, and that klddes, and we ought to plan for Mary Immaculate, to cost at least Mr. and, Mrs. J. H. Parsevall antho moral life of a community is more real and important nounce the marlrage of their daughhis coming now by immediately Ji.000,000, was decided upon just than its mere material welfare. making up tho lists of presents that recently at the Catholic University ter. Miss Leona T. Fersevall, to wedding William T. Cain's philosophy has always been false, for each of hope ho shall cairy with 'him. of America, when Cardinal Gibbons was quietly Corb&tt. The Saturday we solemnized presided at a representative gatherus is his brother's keeper. This is a day of service, and ing of Archbishops. Blshoos and morning at St. Anthony's church, no idol can, with safety, be allowed to disfigure a people's RECONSTRUCTION. prominent laymen. The church Is the Rev. Swaphin Schlang officiataltars, . ing. The only attendants were Miss to be dedicated as a thank offering The National Catholic War Coun- for the glorious victories of our Bertha Fersevall and John Davis. If elected Governor I shall stand for cil, representing as it does the soldiers and sailors, and will also Mr. and Mrs. George R. Storey Archbishops, the highest Catholic commemorate the golden jubilee of Cardinal Gibbons' episcopate. The announce the marriage of their authority in America, was In a Cardinal has appealed to Cath- daughter, Mabel Irene, to John position to organize all the Catholic olics of the country, and the especially Courtney Chapman, ot Atlanta. The agencies of the country for war to tne women, to complete tne fund wedding took place November 30 at purposes. In peace lime the or for the erection of the shrine. The the rectory of St. Patrick's church HARVEY-JELLIC- O S, C, the ganization whicn has been built up project was prepared several years at Charleston, officiating. Mr. Rev. ago, and received tne Meeting of Father Redding arid (INCORPORATaD) during the period of the war will Pope Plus X., who urged all Cath- Mrs. Chapman will make their home still be necessary If Catholics are olics to generously contribute to- in Charleston for the present. to play an important part In set- ward the happy completion of this .DISTRIBUTORS OF THE church, which so many praiseMr. and iMrs, Fred (Beek are In a. tling the great problems of worthy Catholic women have un- receipt of letters from their The church Is keenly dertaken. "Ia this way," the Holy Arshlbald Clapp and John interested ia haying the reconstruc- Father said, "will arise a master- Archibald Xernan, U. 8. N.. stating tion issues settled on the basis of piece - of religious architecture, that they expect to spend Christmas which $6.65 936 heavenward the JusUee and sound public policy. mind ofwill liftstudent who enters with .them at their home, Clapp Bast every and Walnut street. Messrs. Pl&c your order with us. Terms cash. While Jhe church la anxious for It, make him thirsty for wisdom Kernan enlisted in the navy last equal juetloe to all, she is more im- from above, fill his heart with the June, the latter from Detroit and mediately interested 4 the weak, in same, and preserve it religiously the former from thie city. tfeoM on ,w;hoBi Institutions while he lives." ot The exaet location kea aee all Stee yaeresrtMd on the eaenpus the Omthotie Uni DBOBKRHR IXTBNTIOW. ......... 1 J Je 4aaSl wHainriUl AAA BMfA MittHbV ttS. preaji moat heavily, and who are versity has not been determined '"We'esMeW a eatt te teepee erne atees more likely to be the victims of upon, but the shrine wjll be of marfSar1 Intention rMomiiMilad OT Injustice. "As a preatlaeat Uatted ble, and will accommodate at least by His Holiness Fop Benedict XV. j.uoo persons. There of also be BUteV eMetaJ recently put it, "The adjoining It a oonveat win .rector's far the taenUi the Deoember Is "Tin tae'PSJSItWV LMtltVlRt Tnt MM MHNMf ,C,i Mi apeeifrMhlp and tetarease of of Catholic httreh ia the poor Bun's! house. SaeerMiatod prayer." war-timcut-thro- church," and If sho Is not In close D. Meany. Thomas J Financial touch and does not deal sympa- - Langan, 734 Seeretanr street, Oak thetlcally with the problems of tho ii Treasurer West F. Burke, John sho will expose herself! s Bernard Mul- to sovero criticism. Through the dcon. Sentinel M J. McDermott. tnoriliiTn nt fhn C!nthrtlt nroin nnil ' pamphlets the Reconshort simple COMING EVENTS. struction Committeo of tho Naexpects party of tional Catholic War Council 11 Card December to give expression to educated Nazareth Alumnae at 851 South Catholic public opinion in America , Fourth avonuo, afternoon only. on the various problems which conThe most cern tho iiuyuiuiui. wt bucou hid biiu imiuj, wage, better housing conditions and moro adequate protection against f such industrial hazazrds as sickness, Miss Julia Malono entertained industrial accidents, unemployment, old ago and premature death. An her luncheon bridge club Thursday ovenlng. educational campaign will also bo problems as conducted on such Mrs. Alvln Malono, of Jofforson-v'llleft this week to Join her training for citizenship, government ownership of railroads, government aushand at Mobile, Ala. control of Industry, prlco fixing and Mrs. John McQrody, of Jefferaon-villAmong tho writers colonization. has returned from a visit to who will contribute to this educa- relatives at Edenburg, Ind. tional campaign are Prof. James E. St. Miss Mary Hogan, Hagerty, of Ohio State University; Catherine street, has of West for been ill Prof. David A. McCabe, of Princeton tho past week, bilt Is Improving University; Dr. Charles Fenwick, of daily. Bryn Mawr College; Drs. Ryan, Mrs. A. Scott O'Hara, Kerby and O'Grady, of tho Mrs. Charles D. Bullitt and mother. Stinson, of Seattle, Catholic University; Dr. J. Elliott returned Tuesday from a visit to Ross, of Austin, Texas; Rev. Henry Uiicago. Sledenborg, 8. J., of Loyola UniRobert and versity, Chicago, and Rev Edwin V. Mrs. John Hennessy, son qfofMr.Sixth H. Hennessy, O'Hara, who will study reconstruc- street, has been seriously ill this ' tion problems for tho committee In past week. "" Europe. Miss Mary Louise Coleman has visiting her mother, Mrs. As to Mexico saluting our flag, been Emily Coleman, and sisters at now that the great war is over, how Frankfort. about our catching the Mrs. John Obdfrey and son Tom bandit Villa, who invaded our counreturned from Cincinnati, try and murdered our citizens? Ho have they were tho guests of Mrs. where could have been captured before, Thomas Kelly. but let us hope that his escape will Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Brown and not be ordered again. son, E. J. Jr., of Omaha, Neb., are here air. Let all spend this Advent holy South visiting street.and Mrs. Brown, Sixth season In fervent preparation for George O'Bryan and son Harold Christmas. 6pent a few days last week as the guestb of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. WELCOJIE MESSAGE. wage-earner Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. President John J. Barry. Vice President Mark J. Ryan. Recording Secretary Lawreaot Mondays. SerEeant-aVArm- wage-earne- r. ?$ T?f ftffl SQGIETY. e, herein indicated. And, therefore, with abiding faith, in tho tenacious fairness of Kcntuckians and their adequacy to select officers, who will labor to promote their best interests, and avowing my sure willingness to bo satisfied, with your decision expressed at tho Primary Election to bo held August 2, 1919, whether the decision shall bo favorable or adverse to my aspirations, I am a candidate for the nomination for Governor on the Democratic ticket in 1919. In 1915 I 'was elected Lieutenant Governor and, for that generous confidence, I will always be profoundly grateful. The people know to what extent my candidacy in 1915 contributed to tho success of our ticket that year. Hundreds people in tho State have openly expressed of themselves as to that. And my record as Lieutenant Governor does not shun scrutiny. But it ia as open as ia the day to inspection. It has not been my habit or inclination to shirk duty or to attempt evasion of obligation, and, if I shall be nated 'and elected Governor in 1919, I promise to consecrate tho best powers I may possess to the task of rendering faithful response to the demand of tho high trust confided, sincerely longing to earn and receive tho people's approval of my official and personal conduct. I shall bo Tvcll-informe- In a spirit which I trust is becoming, I sock opportu nity to servo our State during tho term and in tho capacity d e, BGHBEBmBm:"WBS. at HHHBKl!caHR!EnHF'iS -- Jean-mar- d, ct Dros-saert- s, ct ct life-tim- dyed-in-the-w- Ern-win- e, to-da- war-craze- An educated Kentucky. I am a friend of tho free school system and all our educational institutions. Tho frco school is not a charity. But it rests upon tho wiso and patriotic conception that it is tho duty of a freo Commonwealth to provide means for tho education of ita youth. bo tho rulers of tho Tho youth of y will State. Wo aro a democratic peoplo, and to continue such and grow, we must look with effectivo concern to tho educational development of tho children of tho State. Wo must foster our freo schools, strivo to deepes their meaning, broaden their purpose and scope, mako instruction moro practical and attractive, accentuate tho fact that the mission of tho school is not so much to give information to' tho learner as to develop in tho learner tho power to think and find truth himself, always owning that the moral life is indispensable to tho lasting weal of a freo State. And tho war has impressed tho notion upon mo that our freo school curriculum should bo enlarged so as to embrace lessons in tho subject of patriotism, instilling in the minds of our youth devotion of love of country, imparting the history and meaning of our nation's flag, the things it symbolizes, tho language it speaks in tho story of our country's proud endeavors, and moro of tho history of our great past, the rise, struggles and development of tho Republic, however unscrupulously maintaining hero absolute prohibition of any reference to partisan politics. 2. I am sure an officer should observe tho principles of safe economy in his conduct of public affairs. , No Stat is entitled to a dollar of tho people's money in excess of its needs to discharge its obligations and to administer its affairs economically and efficiently. Every official utterance of mine on this subject proves that I favor adopting that principle in the actual management of tho affairs of the State. 3. From my youth I have been opposed, but in no ill spirit, to the manufacture and sale of intoxicating' liquors for beverage 'purposes. During tho 1918 session of tho General Assembly thero was passed and submited to tho electorate of tho State for adoption at the election in November, 1919, an amendment to tho Stato Constitution prohibiting tho manufacture and sale and importation in Kentucky of all intoxicating liquors for beverage purposes. I had the honor of presiding over the deliberations of tho Senate when the proposed was passed and also when tho amendment to the Federal Constitution was ratified. I am for both said amendments. And, if the amendment to tho State Constitution shall bo adopted and I Governor, I will strive to have the General Assembly which will convene in January, 1920, enact every needful statuto carrying into effectivo operation the provision of tho Constitution as amended. My opposition to the making and selling intoxicating beverages has been only because I could not and cannot ' escape belief that the suppression of same will benefit every- -' 'body, tncruding'thoT people themselves whoraay be engaged in tho liquor business. 4. The innumerable sacrifices the good women of our land made in the struggle to "win tho war" and make the "world safe for democracy," their ministrations of comfort and cheer and help and hope to our soldier boys in and war-tor- n cantonments, on the sea and on the steel-swebattlefields beyond the sea, their bravery in facing danger whenever and wherever duty calls, their fin9 sense of justice, their uplifting lives of happiness, sympathy, mercy and love, the good they have done in every crisis, tneir iuv ui oiuui, ucucuujr uuu ia.w, tuo laub they are the soulin every redeemed society confirm in mo the belief I have had for some years that they are entitled to the privileges of the ballot on equal terms with men. 5. I am for every proper means to safeguard and protect the rights of tho laboring man on railroad train and track, in the mine, shop and factory, on the farm and in every other lawful calling. I am opposed to all substance and semblance of partisan politics in the management of the penal and charitable institutions of the State. And may I bo allowed to say in conclusion that I am not unacquainted with the struggles of the young man who starts in life in poverty and without help. I know much of the cold, harsh finger of adversity and trial. I know tho road tho young man without money or help must travel to win hia way. I was reared a poor boy on a poorer farm among tho foothills of Southeastern Kentucky, and, when the time came to start out for myself and to try to get an education, I trudged my way on foot through mud and snow many scores of milea across tho mountains to the southward to college, carrying on my back the all I possessed save for a will to do my best, and now full of sympathy for all whoso road is rough and rugged, I come, after years of actual experience in affairs, to ask tho peoplo of my native State to fill my cup of political ambition by electing me Governor. If that they will do, I shall diligently strivo to be worthy of that alluring honor, and to return to them the trust unsullied. Tho memory I treasure of tho dead so dear to my life, tender respect for the living and a soul fearless of duty, will keep mo from disgracing Kcntuckians or making them ashamed, and to you possessed of tho sovereignty of independent choosing, I submit my cause. Very sincerely, JAHKS D. BLAOK. 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Many nations, England included, have been at death grips with a powerful enemy for one only cause, to maks th o world safe for democracy. Time and time again during tho last four tae aoase tarickteetf Ifkere taa work lightest; Wane tho saeal ooked beets PJaere U Where work doBe; U tgmleMy rxonss rsATzsxirr AMteunw Incorporate a win orsaaiiAd by to males LOANS well-kasw- East 180 KENTUCKY LAUNDRY GO. Xnaorporaiea 614-88- MM,,UtBUF -- IJ ptHW-.ras- 8 St. Geo. Dearborn Manager Cadei-idll X.OWXST JUlTML a K. Cor. Coleman Bldr., Third and JsttMresa. Both Phones. JIM; SPANINGER Home Phone City 7638 HUNGER'S CHILE Highland 1033 JOS. V. CAFETERIA GROCERY WINES, 458 South Fifth Street FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN AND SALOON, FINE LIQUORS, CIGARS 870 Baxter Avenue HENRY SOHUn MA- F. BBEETENSTEIN GEO. CHINE CO. 1403 Seventh Street nhntca mania and Fancy GRO- 781783 East Main Street MP! AT and VEGETABLE Automobile Repairing, Engines, rrrcniraj Pumps, EleTators and General Ma- MARKET, Fine Teas and Coffees, mty nome chinery Repairs Promptly Attended Butter a specialty. South 1558-Home Phone City 1533. Phone 2147; Cumb. To. Y. J. M. BUOKNER WHOLESALE TOBACCONIST Ky. CANTEEN 06 West Mala Street IxratoriUe, HOME SPOT Phone City 2923; Residence 7108 CHARLES BALTAftlKR 280 East Market Street Between Brook and Floyd PT.TTMHTNn. SEWERAGE, Job Work A Specialty OAS FITTING AND THE MERRY WILL CANTEEN; CO. FOR MERCHANDISE Coke Station, Camp Taylor, Ky. GENERAL SOLDIERS r " Everything for the Soldiers Cigars, Restaurant Cigars, Soft Drinks, Candies, FIRST CLASS SERVICE The Right Place for Tobacco. Right Prices. S. 9192-O. 4203 A ARTISTIC FRINTlNa FIRST .CLASS WORK. Give This OfOce Yoar Next OrtNt 317 W. GREEN ST. Telephone City 948 . , Both Phones 2406 . RXUT Adoipa Reatllajrss; LIH Oil 0 0. riRH INSURAXOl TORNADO, XiZABUJTY AMD HNGRAVKRS PliATH GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRO STRaWI1,. ARTHUR A. WILL BUILDER 3481 MONTGOMERY: STREET Home Phone Shawnee 1010 SOSLICH ENGRAVING OOMFA3 V 80S W. Mala St ' LeBlsrllle, Ky Home Fheae City 5674 JjOVmVJhLS SAVTf.Ofi SOUTH FRANK A. OHLMANN AND DEPOSIT BANK Bast Fraaklbi Street FoHrth aad.Ceatral Areaae GROCMRDI8 AND FRESH .MEATS Three Per Cent. Paid oa Saviags s Deposits. A General Banking Cumb. Main 967-. Traasaetsa. "' Baal-seeA ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELEOTROTYPERS .1 ' Phone City 4131 BBRNARD FENS Home Phone City 284S win TTsrr-- r xnum nam FremataeM aad SatUfaeUem , 441 Saet St. OatherkM jajv VtraW- - RATH' CAKB aiiumi . ,t AUG. F. RATH, Proprietor 4X1 FheM City 8(92 i H. Plaeeff. Preet. 'Bast Jeffersoa Street "OUTXXXir WSA3L" pultoff evjnf s BRAL COKTRA0TOssbiMBsksil - AWB IUOK9 BAOOM Tear CktMfte la meaeV n' Iterate" AIM. LAXD. SAUVAWi CO. AAtesstlslsltt fafttt MwiUa Caswfwlty niOTatiO osvsqp, ptT , vtmjifr Pope ha3 8ald nothlng on moral GUIDE BUYERS FUNERAL DIRECTOR S5..aeatiqn during the war or had people told the the British been dumb in the face of German Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly they were sacrificing blood and atrocities. Tho Mouelgnor says: 2114 WEST MARKET STREET treasure that small nations may urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements Holy Pather lias protested. "The preserve or obtain tho right of PhoDes Shawnee 1243. Cumberland He protested against the rape they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readlive Belgium, against the. breaking ,of West 1107a. and thereafter of ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. their lives in accordance with na- treaties, against the., use of the 'a tional aspirations untrammeled J" by submarine, :a&a),BitJpiiy-.raVlng of forelgtfpWterf eTen'ceTrtwaV this unarmed towns andagainst the de KENTUCKY & INDIANA CANTEEN Home Pkeae 2550 motive that impelled America, too, portation of the 'Belgian population to enter the war. In fact it was It la truQ that tll thJng3 were COKE STATION Louis A. Broring, D. D. 5. tho only reason stressed by the dono by diplomatic notes, except President in his messages to the wIth regard t0 Beigium wj,en the Mattresses, Blankets, etc., Cots. nation. Naturally such an appeal irniv Tftithnr hidHa hin tatBtnpnf! in Bed Clothing, Furnishing Goods, was answered promptly and gener open consistory; but these notes Cutlory, Novelties. ously by all classes of our people. are the only way the Holy Father 1 STARKS BUILDING. LAUNDRY AGENCY. Our young men flocked to the col can express nlmseir. What I conors by the millions; mothers and ceive people would have him do NATIONAL HATTEltS fathers and wives and sisters gave would nave been the condemnation TOM TOLAKIS, Prop. the best they had to the causo of of Germany that would have made freedom. It was democracy s war, Jt impossible for German Catholics 825 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. Suits Pressed While You Walt. government. to support It ciples; freedom stood against op- must always their remembered that Hats Cleaned and Blocked While be pression, and all peoples that loved when the Pope speaks ho does not Home Phone City 1931 liberty threw themselves to death express a personal opinion, or an jyieZJLj&Js: You Wait. Soldiers' Uniforms and Belgium, with heroic abandon. Hats a Specialty. Work Called For official opinion, but he Engalnd, France, Canada, Australia, exalted as the head of tho only inand Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, The. .Smoke Of Ihz, Houk.' speaks Ireland, the United States and ternational religious body in the Attention and Quality." many another nation poured out world, and ho speaks to be obeyed. their blood for liberty: Ireland that He must therefore bo much moro Home Phono Shawnee 80S SAM she might obtain it, the other na- careful than the heads of other retions that they might not only pre- ligions who do not 'have tho same HENRY GOSS CONTRACTOR FOR serve H for themselves but give It authority over their" followers that to those countries Roofing, Guttering, Spouting bereft of it, he does. If he had threatened Ireland 'ncluded. This problem Germany he would have been abTin Roofs Repaired and Painted ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOMsk was never simpler. The Allies and solving German Catholics from al Asphalt Shingles a Specialty St. 1815 0. Tweaty-slxt- k the United 'States, their associate in legiance to their sovereign. The SOU W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. Home Phone Shawnee 168 f?" ,a2iHoly. See has not used this author- repeatedly pledged ity sinco tho sixteenth century, and to freedom for Ireland. Their opinion of Catholic SEE POOLEY FOR HONEY. JOHH B. O'LBARY nothing else, otherwise it is the general It is not Inherent words mean theologians that Loans to those having regular in they were a hollow mockery of in his place- as pastor, and the 1 ; sfeadtaarters comes or salary, with no publicity sincerity, a testimony that blood Catholics of the g or red tape; Loans to housekeepers OWYnAND, FARM and treasure have' been squandered world obtain exemption from Papal See as abeut' aaythlag " la nat n their personal Becunty. in tho cause of a deceitful laws by professing that tho Pope estate. WeseUbuy ama reatj, diplomacy. Here Is tho dilemma, has no such power- - it would nave P. R. POOLEY, fair play for Ireland or conviction been horribly dishonest if the Pope SB W. JEFFERSON Building, , Boom 1, . Courier-Jouraof a hideous had used the circumstances of this before the world Beve Pkeae City 44S4. hypocrisy that has riven millions war to havo claimed this power 415 S. Fourth Street. of liearts and left them hanging in again. It could have' been said, and bloody shreds. Nor should it be not without justice, that the Pope r. . YANW DAIRY COMPANY 10c W3L P. BANNON thought that this Is only England's position of the Allies used and Ireland's problem. Before the had claim the advantage which he an CONTfi ACTING PLASTERER war It may have been theirs alone; to nfceKrexATB not havo gained in normal 5c A. it is the world's now, and ours in could It would have put German times. rather a special way. And If ap- Catholics In the position of declarBrook and Bioora S9C-ai-e SOUTH WHN20SL, ST. pearances be not deceitful Ameri- ing that he was using the same cir cans recognize this fact, for on cumstances to embroil them with Cumb. S. 153-City 8380 Both Faoaes4Ma Best flags November 11, when ?52 their government and make their '!' Impossible, The church la mfJSSii. XT TrtS. ' SOUTHERN gTJJt" her p'wn Pamelasupreme domain, and the Home City 2803 own domain, is la and in many Quarters of the city State therefore the its REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY Pope must be and SLICED BACON decidedly moro prominent than the most cautious In expressing views British flag. Thousands of hearts when those views have "political TrM "All Beady for Year Griddle ia tae FRED HORNUNG, JR. iHTMkf Mi MtMMl Meet $ were searching for an answer to the complexion. Morning" He 'used his most question: What about Ireland? Ap efficacious AND GAS FITTDfa PLUMBING BAMS, LARD, SAUSAGB Dr. Uriah Z. Lftsty means' of protesting must 713 West JesTereoa Street ' against Germany's actions, without LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO Xt answer fnr th. pome, ana come ' imperiling CkirepeJlat TS Afffih J$ SLf relations of any Loakviile, Ky. Iacorpors.ta 88? to any government, what- world,- ..Catholic might be. And indeed, as for the peace Starke ever it America IIAIaa J. E. SCHWARTZ the German newspapers have not 75SBBaaiBaiBBB DBAD ANIMALS Betk Pba.--K failed to point out. his condemna Highland Park, Ky. M'LAUGHLIN'S MUSHROOMS. tions have fallen oa them and not. HIGHEST CASH PRICBS PAID nnsuanuy must, GROCERIES, FRBSH MEATS on we Allies, "Tom" McLauzhllni of show a united front at this time, where the old New York Sixty Call Home Phone City 721; VEGETABLES, ALL KINDS FXKD d and weary, Newark, N. J., Supreme "Warden of we ail agree to that: but at a time ninth, Available sleeping Cumb. Phone Main 721. were quartered. Knights 01 Columbus, went when unity was never more neces- the Home Phone Parkway 359' abroad as a K. of C. Secretary he sary we must not make Invidious Quarters an were occupied, vainer Cumb. Phone South 225 unanes rauea, LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. appetite with him. Tom distinctions which are not borne Houlihan relaxes, took: hla son of Dr. Conde Fallen, of New very flu- out by facts." does not speak French york, Knights or voiumous secre- When In Louisville Store Your Car ently aad has experienced, like most WUEST BROS. tary In charge of the village "hut," Americans la France, considerable at the WHERE BISHOP .SLEPT, was fast asleep after a hard day's trouble getting what he wanted In 6 WEST HILL STREET Episcopalian STRADBfC GARAGB when restaurants iabroad. . In Paris reThere was one night at least grind, arrived. the he cheerfully KOERNER ., But Bishop Mannfactarers of Specialties, Gem- cently Tom ordered some when RIerht Rev. Blshon Brent, of 118 X. Mala or 116 W. Mala eral Maefatae and Model Work It was asoold, rainy sight' New York, senior ohaplaln of the climbed out of bed, yawned apolo teg, Gas. Oil and Renalriair. Washing Steel Stamping and he was hungry. The waiter American Expeditionary Forces, getically, rescrewea a cers than eouldn't understand what Tom slept la a comfortable bed, as com- which had been removed less and Polishing a Specialty, Borae Faeae, City Cfi48 the bed, wanted, so the latter drew a picture fortable beds go in ithe an hour before, remade d Home, City 3481. of a mushroom. The waiter bus- villages to which the American and Bishop Brent weat to sleep. unscrewed tled away and brought him an um fighting units retired pedloda Half an hour later Fallen a blanket brella. Tom says he is wondering of service fa the frontafter BEUTBLft FREDERICK line. With the cork leg again, found the night OHIO AND MISSiasTFFI AND if they would bring him a grind? Chaplain James , 7. Houlihan a roll and laid dowa for KENTUCKY RIVER LINB FLORISTS ton if; he drew a pletare of a Catholic of course of "the Field upon the stone floor of the little doughnut. a Artillery, Seeond Division, who is French billet. Flowers for All Oeeeeiea. J. S. JONES. Agent back: in this country on a speelal Work a'Speelalty. Darts are set an aaakswn featTherAiaerioaa RediCeeee has fan mission (or Gen. Pershing after tea Feartk aad River, LeatwriMe xwmx OtfVSSi SST9eSK SWVVI freek of she moment. alehe 815.M9 keeeiUl garateaui msstii ui avtire mum i wic ure'1 of theneed, to shape the fabrje aad Akserieaa aee- jrenf, Bitko Breat arrived Mte They-arfar IBeme, City 322; S. 11J-Main 9214; Otty 411 Nieaes: ;' aitals la,Bas.''. eae algkt la a FHeiek; ylHags, at the sheaWers and o Right Rev. Mbnslgnor Fay, domestic prelate to the Pope and chaplain to Cardinal Gibbons, has IXJLO AVECXVXJEC Riven out a statement in which ho outlines the position of the head oft Telepaoae lOIaa, the Roman .Catholic church on tho war. Monslgnor Fay says no is unable to ,,,understand why ,the I til JOHN B. RATTERMAN Funeral Directors and Embalmers. FEHR Where cooking eeeaM real foa; Is Where baldag gtrec a- light; VTaere the raage ttaad Where drudge U oat 4 sight the teat where the That's That's where the "Qalek Heal" cones "Quick Meal" la. Qalek Meal Gaa Rm(h Sold. Installed and IIiBhly Reoommeadea t SEHER RELIABLE & SON, w. MARKET ST. 215 ,00i rM,,i t, FOR CAREFUL , DENTI5T 900-90- tic3mokers "JBRE"VA." JbSff SMOKE3 Lady Dash Little J. L. BOBERTSOK J:?J, English-speakin- IITARPY'S I fvit'! CORNS.BUNIONS $0 fr 4 i 1 -- al && - :Z "'' battle-scarre- Cigars Made! Y, W - W-he- Y 934-93- mush-rooms- shell-racke- Dilf A te-Tseaek e Bt. 0n.. y. L . V. KEODUOKIY SONS rngT market IRISH ijt MEIfcIO-AJ?iSr- . m&mm0 HHHVMnWiHIHVnH4IWVBmWHIHWHBMllHHBliViHIH M9 I HERMAN I rousTH Avenue STRAUS wrawwwzp 9LiaVKifCxLf nSsisssflL?0 tJ - - MBiMli1IUi:.'r' .3KfcllnWBBM We dive and Redeem Surety Coupons. "IP 4Mi We Qiv and Redeem CJold Trading Stamps. THERE ARE ALL KINDS OF TOYS IN TOYTOWN Sandy Andy. Pile Drivers Coon Jiggers ...................... Rubber Balls 12c to Pianos ?9.95 down to. . Piano Stools at. Game of Hunters. Circus Toys 79c to 'Roly Poley ?1.25 down to "Blackboards on easel $4.50 to Swing Horses and Shoo $13.49 down to Coaster Wagons $6.98 to i iiHBi- lls?yiellaWHfflLaBfe A Bath Robe For One of Your Gifts. A nice Bath ''Robe, discovered among the packages Christmas mosning, will be very acceptable, for a present . . .- $4-0- down $5.75 75c. Reed Carriages $1.25 down 00c Lead" Soldier Sets $1.75 ..............75c to 75c $1.00 .Paint Sets 25c to 75c Knitting Sets at 00c 40c iWood Art Sets $1.00 75c Sleds $3.39 down to $i.uu ?0.50 .Kitchen Cabinets $2.00 down 08c to .80c Christmas Trees 6 9c to $3.50 down Laundry Sets complete $1.00 75c 50c and 05c Flies Teddy Bears up from $1.25 05c Mamma Dolls at down And Hundreds of Other Amus- ing mid Indcfitructiblo Toys. I -- 'i- wSsisslKtflBBisHssSBH k siiiiiiiiiiiii1aaMftWMiWMlBilrBliiisBWsTMBsiiiiiliMl I I ''nHSiii' slMBIfe' tk . 'a9aHBlHBaHHlBBJHaHHHBHifflHHHBHPi''JhitfaH UBBBsSHBiflfllKmHHSnrailSalCnBBUBBHHBBK, SBHhbbH '5.l!liaal 8 of this kind seems to be pervaded with the gift atmosphere. It is well to let your presents be useful, but a little taste in selection will add to the appreciation of their utility a keen pleasure of actual possession. BEACON CLOTH BATH ROBES CHRISTMAS SLIPPERS We have a complete stock of Daniel Green company's famous reic suppers $1.50 Women's Comfy Slippers....?2.00 Men's Felt Slippers Slippers; $2.50, Julfettes; $1.50. Men's Leather Women's Felt $3 .50 $3.00 and...$2.25 Women's Knit Slipperfe; In a .$2.00 and number of pretty shades; at Children's Felt Slippers; $1.00 $ 1.0 0 and $1.50 and $1-50 ALLIES' OFFICERS PARADING ON VICTORY DAY. Allied officers making their way through cheering Crowds on Fifth avenuo, Now York, on Victory dav. November 11. ri HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. The big Initiation of tho Ladles' Auxiliary has been set for January 12. (Division 3 elected officers last night too late for this week's publi- Mulloy's New Blend Coffee -- State President James Doery, of Indianapolis, has recovered from an illness or influenza. Division 3 elected Its officers last K. X. A. They will bo Installed at nlKht. tho first meeting In January. All members should assist their divisions with the reports of what they havo done to help win tho war. Inter-Southe- rn 3 The bazar given by Division of South Omaha was largely attended. Italph Byers won the Metz JAMES R. DUPFIN, President. roadster. LOUISVILLE, ICY. The Hibernian membership and tho conservatively managed, medium-size- try Ladies' Auxiliary in this counWhy not toko an agency for a forwarded requests for Iceclean, progressive company, whoso treatment of agents and land's freedom. During tho influenza epidemic policyholders and whoso standing and courtesies with all oftho American Llfo Insurance Companies give It a position of tho very1 Division 3 sustained the loss of two good members, John Karman highest rank? ha ij.AMl.WM and John Murphy. Auxiliary County Tho Ladies' CAPITAL, RESERVE AND SURPLUS FOR PROTEC-TIO- Board of Cincinnati held the regmeeting OF POLICYHOLDERS MORE THAN $4,500,000 ular monthlyHotel Gibson.-- 'Thursday night at the Deposit with tho State of Kentucky tinder the County President John Hennessy Compulsory Deposit Law more than $4,600,000. and the. local division officers, sent " requirements $1,000,000, Excess dpOBlt over all' for Ireland's freedom to or 20 per cent, more than the .law requires. President Wilson, asking him to For good, clean agency contracts vrlth renewal commissions, so espouse Ireland's causo at tho an Independ- peace conference. that you may build up a business of your own and haveCompany. Rev. William P. Clark, County ent permanent income, address tho (Home Office of tho Chaplain, celebrated memorial requiem mass for the deceased memINTER-SOUTHER- N LIFE INSURANCE CO. bers of the Ladles' Auxiliary last Sunday at tho Church of tho LOUISVILLE, KY. Blessed. Sacrament In Cincinnati. Mrs. Mary MoWhorter, National President of the' Ladies' Auxiliary, delivered a spirited address at the mass meeting for Irish freedom last Sunday at Indianapolis. The HiberCor. Fifth and Market nians wero there In largo numbers. Capita! and Surplu- s- $1,700,000 National President McLaughlin has urged that special meetings be Three Fer Cent. Interest Paid HEajkSpJjSqBBHj Jj yj . t held Immediately, at which petitions On Tlmo Deposits to President Wilson In behalf of Ireland may be signed and adopted. Copies should also too sent to the tJamea B. Brown................President 'Henry J. AngermeIer..VIce President plenipotentiaries of the United James J. Hayes ..VIce President States to the peaco conference. C. M. S. Hebel Vice President "'John S. Alters..... .....Cashier JOSEPH E. FARRELL. Oscar A. Block Asst. Cashier JVsst. Cashier Joseph B. Farrell, beloved husA. P. Ramser..... band of Mamie Keenan Farrell. passed out'of this life on Friday of last week at his homo, 1808 West Market street. For years he was a for the L H. & St. L. Railroad Company and was lield In high esteem by his associates and superiors. Joe Farrell had a of acquaintances and wide circle friends and formerly was active in Hibernian circles, being Secretary of Division 1. iBesides his wife he leaves four brothers and two sisters. The funeral was held Sunday coal because it makes hotter, Saves St. Patrick's from afternoon church, whore lie had been a regcleaner, brighter and more lasting fires, ular attendant since making his but does not injure the furnace, stove first communion. --. w 2 1- -2 Lbs. For 75c zs QPflTiHTg. a caress txat Importer xxowv ro its rnra cot at their best, and prices are low and BLANKET BATH ROBES KSIGKTS OF COLUMBUS probably lower than, they will bo a Theso are made of a nice quality blanket robing, dn blue, years tho little later on;. Of . late gray and pink floral patterns; neatly trimmed with cord, plea to do orio's, shipping early in tassel and pocket; sizes 36 to 46; actually worth J3.50. the season and early. In the day has Special prlco $2.85 been heeded by thogreat majority. Lato News That Will Interest CHILDREN'S BATH ROBES Indeed the woman? who does not Members Here and" Elsepostpone this 'fascinating task flnd3 Beacon cloth robes, In Indian and Navajo plaids and also In where. the work of gif and white, pink and blue; prettily trimmed and full cut to size. comparatively easy. Added to Sizes O to 10 years, $2.48 to $2.88 the fact she 'certainly saves some Sizes 3 to O years,v$1.08 and $1.40 perhaps overburdened 'clerk or saleswoman a lot ofimnecessary trouble, a Madison Barracks will soon have commodlus K. of C. hut. for delayed Chrtetm'as shopping always means extra,' work for tho salesAt Omaha tho$15 initiation fee Main 2360-people who mustait upon eleven- will bo continued until February City 2360. gift-maki- ng The" best known bath robes made. We havo them in pretty models and Persian, Navajo and floral designs, serviceable gray backgrounds, suitable for young or old; regular and extra sizes, 36 to 54. Prices $3.08 to $7.08 th-hour JOHN M. MXjrEOY Division 4 will hold its annual election of officers next Monday evening. cation. comers'. and Roaster of High Grade Coffee, Sola Direct to Consumer. ai3 W. UUUUOBX BT. eUX8TXb&, kt. Return this advertisement with remittance and we will ship Coffee by Parcel Post, all charges prepalO. Life Insurance Co. d, Eighteen candidates received the first degree last week at Indianapolis. By the deat&Tof William Bishop, The Knights sent overseas BOO beloved husband! of Barbara Bishop, G58 South 'Twenty-seventSt. additional footballs for our boys for Charles parish 'loses another of its Tnanicsgiving. Omaha expects to initiate a class old and respected members. HIi funeral was' hejd." Saturday after- on December 15. A third class will noon, Rev. Pather-iRatfconducting follow soon after- tho holidays. the solemn obsequies. With the big Initiation tomorrow at Fremont, Neb., the membership The funeral-.'o"Edward Wessfil, promises to soon exceed 1,000, aged twenty-sevsewho succumbed Evansville Knights had a successto influenza after; an Illness "of only' ful year-en- d initiation last Sunday, a few days at. his homo, 651 South a class of fifty receiving tho deTwenty-sixt- h street,' took place grees. Saturday, tho burial being in St. The of fifty-twJohn's cemetery Three sisters and initiated classChlllicotno. o Ohio, just at two brothers are lpft to mourn his entirely made up of Undo Sam's ' u. death. ItECENO DEATHS, h, o - ieietetaBt4iimnnig D. and Erabalmer L. DirectorBAX Funeral Y. r xi 717-71- 0 E. CHESTNUT LOUISVILLE, KT. MttWUUMWrMMWlHUMHMMWVWMW HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN s 3071.y f J- - n, J. BARRETT'S 50NS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. SSfSi Eo.st MoJjci JS&tireot. kahkt-cla- d iboys. N -- 'V lea Friends and relatives feel great sympathy for Itobert and Katherlne 128 Arnold, East Breckinridge Btreet, from whom the Angel of Death has taken their infant son, Elvin Alexander Arnold. Funeral services were held Sunday after' In noon wlth Interment St Louis cemetery. The- - last ' mmifrHSn- - over "the remains of August F. Beyer, whoso death followed an Illness of several weeks, w.ere said Sunday afternoon at St, Anthony's church, of which he had long been a member. He leaves his mother, Mrs. Henry Beyer; threo sisters, Mrs. Mary Schnepp, Mrs. James B. Nelson and Mrs. Henry A. Uoyer, and two brothers, Andy and John . Beyer. ,"J, , received the degree Thursday nicht at Auburn, N. Y where the membership has been steadily increasing. Last Sunday a council was instituted at Conception, Mo., starting with sixty-fiv- e members, which will soon bo incroased to more than 100. v. .Twpl. hundred. .membeKL-ot-Uniououncu, Syracuse a farewell banquet in honoKof Knight Michael J. Dwyer, who goo3 to Franco as a K. of C. war Secretary. second . n Twenty candidates VWMiVVWVWWVVW&VWWVWWrWV.'WM DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTTl! 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, -- ,. Funeral Directors and Embaimers BOTH PUONB)S. X Climb. ,l' THOMAS J. BRISLAN. NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE , iuj celebrating the rcquiem mass. Miss BIgley was widely known In Catholic circles and her death caused much sorrow. to the large list of Added deaths the first half of the week were those of George A. Bann, 1239 South Sixteenth; tfohn p. Clcphas, Leff, 916 Fehr avenue; George South Forty-fiftThomas A. Palmer, 626 South Twenty-sixtMrs. George A. Perry, 1950 Richmond; Mary A. .Woodsmall, 1332 Morton avenue; ,Thomas P. Mulloy, Schoene-man1760 West Oak; Carrie D. 712 Lainptoh; Edward Muellei", 2427 Madison; West Frank Messmor, 2523 Elliott avenue; Catherine Dell, 2514 Duncan. h; h; Frankfort and Loulsvlllo have been deeply grieved by tho unex pected death of Thomas J. Urlslan, which occurred on Friday of last Sunday morniug Death released week at the King's Daughters Hos from earthly suffering Miss Mary E. pital, following a hurried operation t, BIgley, aged after fl long Illness at the home of her sis- for stomach trouble. The deceased was fifty-flvold and had ter, Mrs. Laura Davis, 1526 West long beene one yearsFrankfort's most of Broadway. Funeral services, wero prominent merchants. He was a held Tuesday morning at Sacred friend of tho poor and always did Heart church, Roy. Father Walsh his bit for tho advancement of his fifty-eigh- Mala 200S.a M8Ma-4.- Home City 2998 X i I $ J GRAN W. SMITH'S SON JAL. S. SMITH, PROP. 0a(Slo and 842 Vine street; Evelyn Hell, 60S book-keep- neighbors and the city. Surviving him are his wife and two sisters, Mrs. None Donley and Mrs. William Mandlehr, of Louisville, and two brothers, John J. and William Brls-iaof Frankfort. Tne funeral was largely attendod by people of all denominations, the Church of the Good Shepherd being filled to Its doors. To the bereaved wife and relatives is tendered the profound sympathy of their many friends In Louisville. BEFORE WAR'S CLOSE. Funeral I Director Embalmer! f ? n, BOTH PHONES 810. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. 4 H. J. SANNON, President and er Miiupr. P. BAHNOH, JR., Vice Pros, and Treas. n, KOALINE $1 AA FATHER ORANE BETTER, Tho Devil Himself Would Be Pleased to Vbc Koallnc. or grate. Makes mare heat with less coal while the snow flies by using KOALINE. KNIGnTS OF COLUMBUS. The local Knights of Columbus are preparing for another Initiation to be held Sunday, December 15, under the auspices of the Past Grand Knights of the council. The day's exercises will begin with a mass for the deceased members at 8 o'clock and breakfast will be served by the Queen's Daughters at 9:30. The first and second degree will be given at 10:30, followed by lunch at 12:30. At 2 v. m. the third degreo will be given, followed by a banquet in honor of the Past Grand Knights, who will all be uay is the council's birthday and a party for m&mbers and their families will be given at the club house. ASKS FOB THE GIRLS. Writing from France on Nove-- i Mr 7 to his friend, Charles case Francis M. Fitzagvbbons, First ser geant of Company A. 532d En giners, sends a postal picture that shows him in the pink of condition. He says: "We got the Kaiser about whipped and I will be back next November. Let me know how all the girls are." Bofore engaging in the warfor deraooraey Srgt. was with the Fitz-gibbo- ONE TON OF COAL. PRICE... us tell you more about KOALINE. Call City 4405 Let or Main 1433. WE GIVE DOUBLE SURETY COUPONS. ONE TUBE SUFFICIENT FOR l.Uv Ky. Koaline Co., 301 Louisville Trust Bldg. Liberty Insurance Bank TEMPORARY QUARTERS SOUTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND MAIN. Hundreds are joining ur War Savings Club. One dollar's Worth of Blue Ribbon Garden Seed free with every new savings deposit of $1.00 or more. Club limited to 1.000 members. ns Beettm-Lan-ge- n Company. ! PJvB.-AJSTie3BB- ai A3BX mooMrosumBt i. - XYBfc EBNTUOKY . I SHOP.IN TIMB. LOTJIfiTvXLIiB i the LARGSST IN TXS i niminmntiniH 8UTII, tj Women who believe la keeping up customs whieh make Christmas so dear to the av erage person should immediately be- their holiday sboopisr;- Stocks 11 Usee jnst now are freeh a&d - His many friends throughout the city and State will bo delighted to learn that the Rev. Dom F. Crano, who for years has brought consola tion and cheer to the patients at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, is now recovering from the illness 2 that incapacitated him for some time past. (Fatner crane is one or the most devoted and beloved chap lains tho hospital over had. good old U. S. A WINDS HOTJ8H THI PHIL. HOLLKN1AOM 00. HOLLENBACH'a ELECTION OF TRUSTEES. FATHER RYAN COMING. INCOKFOSUTBD Karl A. Hollenbach, Prop. The various parish branches of Loulsvlllo will be honored on the Catholic Orphan Society will on Importer and Dealer in Distillers Of Sunday. December 15 elect Trustees, December 15 by the preseuco of who will represent them on the Ex Very Rev Father John A. Ryan. at OLB FORTUNA SOUS HANI AND LIQU0R3 WINES ecutive Boera during tne coming professor of political economy Catholic University, Washingyear, At tho January meeting the tne a- v- PUBS RYU "HOLLENBACH" rather Ryan will be the election of President and central i 144 Soath Third Street LoakrlUe, S I9S W. Mala St. officers will take plaqo. This society honor guest at the Initiation and Home Phone 1191 has nasecd throusrh . the present itwentletn anniversary celebration of Knights Louisville Council, of trying year very successfully. Columbus, and at the banquet .at the Seelbach will deliver an ad MARRY OVER RIVBR. dress on "Social Reconstruction," a will soon demand Tloa finrlta T TVtvla And TBr subject that consideration, With Palmer Caldwell were married in world-wid- e the rectorv of St. AUeustine'e mis initiation 'ouisvnie Council church, JeffarsonvlUe, by the Rev. will surpass all previous records. Father Halpin, last Friday evening. LBAVBS FOR FRANCK. The bride for several years' was .an assistant at the Louisville Free PubconRay Flanagan, for twenty years Her .husband Is lic Library. nected, with the law department of clerk of the Quarterly Court and one of the most accommodating and the Quartermaster's Depot, They will reside at 616 popular men about the Court House, city. received official notice Saturday Bast Chestnut street, this from the national headquarters of GREAT PATRONAL FEAST. the Knights of Columbus to report at once at the New York offlee for Catholic overseas service as Secretary in the ki , all Tomorrow ehurohe will oecur the observance K. of C. war work. He left Louis. of the great patronal feast of the ville Saturday. night and is supposed way to France. The Immaculate . Conception ef the to be wow Messed Virgin Mary. Today will be best wishes of a legkm ot friends the vigil of the feint"- - In prepara- go with, him Into hie new field' of tion for It many begM a oveaon labor, in whieh fee le eertata to make goed. Friday or jast wee. The Kentucky Irish American reletter in this week's mail from Private Daniel O'Koefe, of this city, and the latter was written on November 8, Just threo days be- S Sewer and Calvert Pipe, fore the armistice was signed. In Baaaea's Patent Lidded Pipe fer Steam Conduits, , his letter he tells of talking to Wall CoBlBg-- Draia Tile, Vitrified Brick, somo men just back from tho front, and they said the Germans rire rreenag, Mae Lining, rire Uricll wore on tho run for fair, and all Grate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chlaaey Teas. were of the opinion that the war OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. wouldn't last much longer. Private O'Keefo also intimated that ho was PHONES CITY 373.1786, CUMS. MAIN 0O7. just about to be sent to the front lino trenches and spoke cheerfully WORKS Thirteenth and Breckinridge and Ninth Bad Mafinelia. of his prospects. 'Ho says that France Is a beautiful country, the weather was Ideal, but give him the ceived a P. 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