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Kentucky Irish American: December 14, 1918 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1918 kec1918121401_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: December 14, 1918 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. . vwgye&7rtSg rv " ."- -s a V HIKK TO HBI0K8 THECSNMtVATWNSTSftE ,'i. ' Far fcytfcfeg Yes May N4 h GO. HARDWARE BENRY HEIGK VV. HARDWARE 322 Bttn Market St. IwtafHto, Ky. rimes 432 Kentucky Iri 24. this policy." America answers the criticism that the free policy Is "pauperizing" the men, and goes on to consider tho financial condition of tho average soldier: "His overseas pay is Tory limited, when allotments, Insurance and so on are deducted. He receives his leave and naturally 'blows' himself to elaborato food and entertaincity that has ment in any near-b- y these things for sale. When young men Jiave been through mankind's flneatX Imitation of Hades 'they emerge a Httlo eager for tho good things of lifo, and who shall deny thorn? The goodthlngs of life are only to be obtained upon a certain tariff, which if sedulously consulted will be found to bear rather a condescending relation toward a soldier's spending money. .The soldier then often finds himself in a position where he Is not able to afford the light little luxuries given to him by thp Knights. Now who shall say that he bo denied the33 luxuries until such tlmo as he earns more money to pay for them? "Take the caso of our men at home. Refer to tho newspapers again, and this tlmo wo aro suro of the truth of tho reports because we have witnessed the fact with our own eyes. Our soldiers and tailors, In a big city spending their furloughs, exhaust their scanty funds, carelessly perhaps, but do they .must conwo stipulate that sider all tho rlsk3 before they plunge Into an cnemr barrage? They have nowhere to lay their heads, and they havo no money, or very, very little. Is It better for them to go to a cheap lodging house, where they will meet some of the vile specimens of humanity civilization which our grotesque produces? Or would you, wore the particular soldier or sailor your own son or your own brother, prefer to havo him accept tho beneficence of tho American people Ihrough the Knights of Columbus, who conduct service houses containing good, clean beds In good, wholesome surroundings, for these very boys? MOURNED BY ALL. was Tho entlro community shocked Thursday morning to hear Sol-dlcr- .c j! AMERICAN ER 14, 1918. by W. P. Moore, arf employe at Stlthton, who was robbed Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock near Seventh andMaln, the holdup men taking his watch, J 7 In money and to cap tho climax took his shoes away from him. When they get to taking your shoes away In daytime our citizens will lose their clothca next and have to go home In a barrel. Another little sldo lino of the crooks is to have reception Is given 1600 Taxlcab, Auto, Carriage and BOTH PHONES Private Ambulance Takab INCOKPORATJOJ LwlsvHfo Co. VOLUME XLI.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, D PRICE FIVE CENTS. election of officers last Friday, when Tim O'Leary, one of tho most energetic workers In the grand old order, was tho unanimous choice of the large number present for President. Ho succeeds John M. Riley, who has served two very successful terms. The officers elected Chaplains and Secretaries Keeping and to bo Installed tho first of tho Up tho Spirits of tho year are: President Tim O'Leary. Soldiers.. Vice President 'Walter Murphy. SERVICE Of Y. M. O. A. and K. of O. to Discussed by Llt- -- REPUBLI CAMP NEWS s that Attorney William P. McDon-og- h had died at 3 o'clock that moraine, a victim of influenza, af- Handicapped With Jo ter on nineis of only a week. Late and' It Can Wednesday Very afternoon Rev. crary Digest. Kr ""5 S EiM. Former Insists Tlioro Should Bo Charge, Wldlo Latter Wants No Pay. v - .saaVleaBaBBBav afMMhfjL aaBasBaHsaw. "1 -. " , Near Mayor Smith. Doctor on Ne Stock In of 'MBjBaBBVBBBBflBflBBBSX u: yl Chief Petty Trying of Country Bo)rj K. of O., Salvation Army and Ited Cross Mako No Cliargo For Service flBPlBr Ki Jv assess inxaBBBBsB dtyPoM BXPLANATIONS OP OFFICIALS. keystoners' ' - ciyrn. the Hal af i a awSawSBBBBaW JEEKB&' 'iSBBBBBBRSnP The Literary Digest publishes the following in regard to the discussion which arose concerning the policies of the Y. M. C. A. and other soldier and sailor aid societies. The Y. M, C. A. officials are trying to explain why they must chargo for canteen service to he boys at the front, while the Knights of ColumCross Army, Red bus, Salvation and others give everything absolutely free. The Literary Digest speaks of the situation as follows: Shall the soldier pay, or shall he havo "everything freo"i that the Y. M. C. A. and tho Knights of Columbus provide for his comfort? The policies of tho two organizations are at varianco both in theory and practice, and the discussion of their change to uniformity Is still on. Tho Y. M. C. A. charges, and must chargo, slnco Its ministrations are in an allied sense a part of tho army organization. Report, according to the Catholic organ America, represents Gen. Pershing as re questing tno itnignis ot uoiuiudus "to establish canteens in Francb and to retail tho little comforts arid luxuries they have been giving away at prices tallying with those charged by tho. Quartermaster's Department." Some misunderstandings have arisen over tho canteen or by the post exchange conducted Y M. C. A. in Franco, and a statement has been submitted by Fred B. Shlpp, who, according to Dj John R. Mott, "knows more about he facts involved tnan any otner natfjn the united states." in an issueu ifflciaUiteraem that wertrapperentiy-Miwwiereieooy our boysieho were amQ"a MUttlwWUtfHMWmjfllnM' - aro the trustees of a public fund raised for the benefit of tho nation's deferiH- ors. If througn wise anu economi cal administration, the Knights find that they aro able to supply tho hoys with beds and other necessities or luxuries entirely freo of charge, why in the sacred name of charity should anybody challenge their right to do so? Scout the thought that our soldiers and sailers are spoiled by this happy application of a public fund. Our soldiers and sailors may have a cogent reply to this ridiculous aai sertlon when they return from the wars; they may even go so far a3 uy mo to Rav that we have been spoiled; that- - wevhave -- .... "Moreover tho Knights get us to do so, while they have tagion of influenza the funeral sation was in Its earlltst stages, and been facing the dangers of the sea took place Thursday afternoon from who are with us again with the and struggling through tho horrors tho residence, 1014 South Sixth ' street. honorable badges of their devotion. of the battlefield." VVe read: OFFICERS. "In the summer of 1917 tho nEROIO CHAPLAIN KILLED. military authorities inquired aB to Division 4, Anclont Order of Hihow fully tho Y' was propared to Tho Rev. William F. Davitt, .of assume responsibility for canteen Holyoke, Mass., a chaplain with bernians, held Its annual election of service wltb the American Expedi- tho One Hundred and Twenty-fift- h officers" In Bertrand Hall Monday tionary Force. After several con- Infantry, was killed by a shell on evening, and with the exception of head- the morning of the day tho armisferences with Cen. Pershing's quarters, it was agreed tbat wo tice was signed Just one hour and ono or two minor changes hostilities the present officers as follows: should assume full charge of this nrtonn mlnnfpn hnfora President John J. Barry. Bervice, including the purchase of actually stopped. He was tho chap Vice President Mark J. Ryan. Etock In America, In Great Britain, lain and probably tne last onscer Lawrence Recording Secretary In France and In the neutral coun- In the United States army to give his life for his country. Chaplain D. Meany. tries of Europe. Financial Secretary Thomas J. "Unfortunately for tho 'Y' the Davitt had been attached to tho ship carrying our first cargo of corps headquartors for a few weok3. Langan. Treasurer John F. Burke. supplies was submarined off the returning to his old regiment on Sorgeant-at-Arm- s like Patrick Con French coast. Before another ship November 11. Ho said it was Eck-e- tt nelly. He gavo Col. arrived it was necessary, in order a Sentinel M. J. McDermott. to meet the demands of the men, a flag which ho had been carry- He In hi a mil nf hfr1rHntr. Executive CommltteeJThomas P. to pick up in the cities and towns Buch enid It. was to be used In the flag Keegan, C. J. Ford, Thomas Lynch, of France at retail of supplies as raising when hostilities stoppeu. W. J. Bennett, Pat O'Donnell. email quantltiea OUt mlmitnn latnr ho started No profit, was cbuld bo found.Financial Secretary Langan regoods, across a clearing and a shell struck ported that the division would close attempted on these high-coand frequently they were sold much htm. He was killed Instantly. Ha tho year in splendid financial condiMany was worshiped by tne enure ams-Io- tion despite tho many difficulties price. below tho purchase accushowever, A casket of oak was made encountered, and short addresses on of the soldiers, prices at homo, fur him. lined with an olive drab the peace conference, the Irish tomed to blanket question, tho return of our boys and Another could not understand what seemed army blanket. like 'high prices,' and thus tho was folded and used as a pillow. other live subjects were mada by charge of profiteering began. The flag that he gavo Col. Eckert by Thomas Walsh, John C. Doraey, cere- Joseph M. Ryan, John McKlernan, "Tho fact that one or two other to bo used In a agreement, mony was draped over the casket. Vice President Mark Ryan and W. organizations were, by allowed to furnish limited canteen CTn n.a Vn.rlofl (fin TlfiTt (0.V With T. Meohan. service at a few designated points, nn nf 4in innnt Imriresslva cere- and that this service was usually monies accorded anyone. The hearse CHANGES ASIONG CLERGY. as formed wltn two macmno guu free, established a precedent in tho some of the soldiers which curts. An army mule whicn naa minds of A number of appointments and they felt the 'Y' should follow at its been a pet of the chaplain'B drow changes have been made by the centers. While the casket. The chaplain's horse many hundreds of Joseph Chartrand, oy our free distribution of supplies on was led to the burying grouna re- nicht Rev. Indianapolis diocese, Bishop of the orderly. The stirrups were the front line in times of Important considerably versed and the regimental band rnn nf artnh 9 nf Interact in aggregated actions moje than the tree distribution of tmlled behind playing the Dead- Jeffersonvllle. The Rev. Clement other organisations, the averago March. The clergyman whp oni- Bosler, who has been assistant to aoldier was Impressed by the fact ctated at the grave "was the Kev. the Rev. Michael Halpln, at St. paid for Ai.OTiatlno'a phnrrh Rlnr.fi Julv 4. that most of the time he canteens, George S. L. Cennor, also of and now a senior chaplain 1917, is to become assistant at St. his supplies at the Y' while on such special occasions as with the Third Army or occupation. John's church, Indianapolis, iie is this other canteen service was avail- He was a classmate of Chaplain to be succeedea Dy xne uev. noma able to him It was on a free basis. Davitt at, Holy Cross. Both gradu- nnnVnr f fat Mat tins rl . Tnfl. Father It was unfortunate that the plan ated in 1907. Each .had heard the Bosler will depart for Indianapolis provided In Bulletin No. 33 placed oilier was In France and sought today. The Rev. Pierce Dixon, son the association In the position of each other for weeks. They finally of Mr. 'and Mrs. Patrick Dixon, Jefbeing practically the only American met Just a couple of weeks before fersonvllle, goes as pastor of St He agency in France dealing with the (ihaplain Davitt was killed. Chap-IM- n Mary's church, Aurora, Ind. Davitt was cited for bravery graduated at St. Melnrad's Academy soldier on a commercial basis. Our of regular on August" 6 during the operations a short time ago and his first mass extensive programme He service to him, at the base ports, In aong the Veule river. 'Learning was said at St. Augustine's. the training areas and in the front- that forty wounded Americana were grew, up in this church from child-hnTha Tfav Waurliwi o'Conner. line trenches; for example the fur- cat off in a ravlae, he called for nishing of reading matter, writing inlunteert and led a rescuing party who was assistant at St. Augustine's w materials, movies, concerts, theatri- through a hall of gun fire. The some time ana was iranaierreu cal entertainments, athletic supplies party rescued every one of the Indianapolis, beeomea administrator and all else that goes with a Y' pounded men and not a member of nf at fPrsnnla Tta Soiaa- Indlanat)- olls, going' from St. John's church hut or dugout in France all of It the party was hit. there. without charge was obscured in were .. TUB AMERICAN SIN. the minds of many because we what at t, ASSEMBLY OFFIOSIRS. also handling merchandise The great American aln ta pr.o- often appear to them to be exTV, a u u nf nrnfane lan tiiI-vHI- b Aaaamblv '390. 'Knights r.itv orbitant price." to The Knights of Columbus, how- guage li not confined the the street nf nniitmtma. bld 1U annual meet origsot; men ing Monday night, and the many ever, prefer to stick to their Hm-gan- , loafer, the thug tad William J. who move In tood society, business present were nigniy entnuaea wim principle. inal 'Chairman of the K. of 0. m.. nf afnnitlnr and reDUtatlon. the address delivered by Harrf T. VeTkArmott. The Committee, on War Activities, U young meu and old men, and even rxnrr re- quoted by the .New York TIbmim boys of tender yeaw, aw "wowwa election of officers for 191 saying: "We have made It a ant to thlf InexctuaWe habit and aln. sulted aa follows: Joseph p. zanner, principle of our werk to charge Profanltr never did any man the Navigator; George A. Burkley. Adleast good. Ho an la richer, or miral; the Rer. Charles T. Raffo, for nothing, and .that of happtar or wife? lor u. ix com Friar; Henry ConA. Appling, be maintained by the Knight mends no on to aoelety; H Is dis troller; Harry T. Colgan, Captain; The other Columbus. with us aatlair and abominable to, the Joseph P. McGinn, Inside Sentinel; organisations I Al'C. Brand, Outside sentinel. have given their concurrence to good. T -- first over thereVwlttH&svfne of our initial efforts when organi- DtkbUcthis K sat fiihom..iaveetlng' brdhwr'J9hx;-SalRWV3to-aw- 4: BiUhvSU: Tthe' avion more per jjiir 'money "at: vne" year' after Uncle Samuel has Frank, and one sister, Miss Agnes the near Mayor had appointed brunt dusted his knees in an attempt to McDonogh. Because of the con- nnnrrnn w. F. Roaeri aa Live weak-.-Tt. a Father Heenan gavo Mr. McDonogh the last rites of the church, ,but tho sick man was not alarmed over his condition and cheerfully told his family that ho was going to come around alright, but during the night his condition took a sudden turn for the worse. To know Will McDonogh was to like and respect him, and much of his whole life had been devoted to works of church and charity. Just a few days before out a his Illness having sent personal appeal for funds for the Bt. Vincent do Paul Society, and his untiring work in behalf of our orphans is known to all. There was never a tlmo when ho was too occupied with private or personal business to drop all and aid in some work or charity or help a friend, and this characteristic won him legions of friends among all classes, who now sincerely mourn his los3. Ho was an actlvo member of Divis ion 4, A. O. H., Knights of. ColumClub, Columbia Athletic bus, Charles tho Groat Society, Secretary of tho Catholic Orphan Society and Treasurer of "the Holy Name Society. Mr. McDonogh also "took an active part in politics, being a member of the Democratic State In Central Committee and served the last Legislature from the Forty-nintdistrict. Besides his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Edward fra jtfTiarJhv' f our h' and that Wall street,, tho G, 0. P. nominee Manv nf thnao nrvH gono Into the situation nr thav wouldn't hpJl concede victory ..to the ,3 to begin witn tne ei miiBt iako Roosevelt whether Itj THrtnr nnr ihn talned control of the'coi will see to It that .no of havo a voice. The par him for a nominee or a repetition of 192.-R an lndeDei rnnnlncr date to defeat the G. o73 With Roosevelt' forced publican party tnenv tqd will be ii n to the ieooleV whore the rub comes ie i!a an a whnln .have bfl disgusted with Roosevet and crabblngpollcy du uenou ana m rv Wilson and the condt has iett a oaa imprc voters. Thus It'vMj future G. O. P. HM bo blight either, State, as in the boys back home sure Democratic ard-bear- er h ' raco of 1920 many ooranna sav that ever to success for the Rept In discussing f. All Af HlA' CA nhotit i!m't talctoie. front, ,'iudrlnr fro niiA of the BolBht tlon now in charse piiinl. nffnlrfl. and Smith tried his hand at rar , He. ' home-comin- g. i war-pric- es - st rn a n. Stock Inspector.y Aa It is known tha ,iiiHao nf r.lvn Rtonk- Inaneetor mean much to every mitji, woman, boy and girl in tnis seouon, a ue must pick out and condemn cattle unfit fnr nllhlln HUB SUlA mlllL 1H)S- tiesfl the knowledge of oattle diseases in other words. Uw knowledge of a veterinarian to prevent and sold diseases cattle slaughter to tho public. Under Democratic fiminiatrflflnna a. 'Braetleal veterin arian held the position of LlveH Xir.ne TnanAAtnr. but the (NHlt reformers are not worrftag about safeguarding the pubilc'iTwalth and the W. F. Rogers appointed to this position is not a DOCTOIt as given out, but a Republican .broker who never was in k veterinary eaJlege Yet the near Mayor In his life. aD" t camouflages by saying W. pointed and swor.e In DOCTO sucoeeL--DB. H. F Rogers to Bueter, who is a practicing veterinarian and served under "Deaaoeratlc Following the near Mayor's lead r. pre-w- ar nag-raisi- a-- Holy-nTc- e, ut forward with a little camouflaga of bis own by saying tnat oau Wf.X'S ng to build up a fnrrn and bezlns by imltmftim three or four country soldlerg,- itob no nf raal TvalUta MBW. AS all know, city soldier boyS did not all for the military polloa job and the boys from the sUekadld, tliilr police duties consisting of keeping the parade crowds back and soldiers from going into ta Yet the Chief trie saloons. camouflage the publie into falling for the military police fag. adds some more country fceyaomars to the "hiok" imotormen and police, that we ara taatad for qow. and to add insult to laJury Petty talks about eskabUshlng civil service to wish the Keyston Miles nt dvH on us for life. Speaking jervice, Chief of' Detttwsa; DaFort-rostet 9 showed Petty style by establishing a ttttla rivll JjU of service of his own, the old and competent gGSf who make the only aundreda of holdups an roweries going on. while Petta don't even catch a coW; and the tearful Boar4 ?l Jtolatr, goof powho claim they caa't the lice, stood idly by eal Mayor Searcy Wf 4 f1" petent ponce xorce. v rille Chief told wattf H. on-duc- . Tln1l.A Tttw hAn MMH pMr-renti- ng Jt r keft. f , KfW-Ag- rn 1cl JW4 - . Ignoring the ' maanimrailinar at crooks and burglars attM more ,, w) policemen that them, sanyway he saM se mustn't nave wofii sat isio vmain Ohae. Mayor loaded up tilt motormen and oond they could got on J"v, pleasant their Wm ex-Lie-ut. priP war-reli- ef daylight. To Commonwealth's AttMH&JH ' " the Toledo crooks 9&Mf& mony when' they n' police, burglars trtfftjlff '"PL0?? bis home the other rumored that the Btuanes' Leagua VwTwg aas purchased A vans for their testimonial to t&etr .isMWrnft doing bnrgl(rm4 Ptayjml Igww8 WW.0 4M'W.t I W njWf fjrtigMl;alr committees at the different depots, Financial Secretary .Tnhn Tirnrl- who hold up and slug someone orlck, 1850 Portland avenue nearly ovory day, while tho poor j Recording Secretary John A. Major niclps Is Favorably "Jm? old Keystone policemen aro oven Martin. ' prosed With Work and ' '". ' within hearing and seeing distance. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. Sergeant-at-Arm- s William G. Harding, an v Martin Morale of Men. And an officer of ability, told. the Optimist Club tho other day that Sentinel Thomas Noone. the present reform administration broke up a real police force and REMAINS IN SERVICE. Three and Four Masses Celebrated ended his talk by sayin: "Now, In K. O. Buildings Evlook where wo are," that sentence Letters received this week from being a. sermon in itself. Franco bring news that First. Lieut. ery Sunday. , All remember how tho near Frank J. HIgglns will not return Mayor and tho Chlof of tho Koy- - (with the Cyclone Division, ono of a itoners promised nothing would bo , tho first expected to be returned kept from the public. Hero's a and mustered out of tho service. sample. The Chief had two of his The letter" says the division has HONORS FOR BRATAIN'S DAYi near policemen fired last weok for jbeen scattered to tho four winds, being drunk, and that was all was tho men being transferred to tho told the public. Hero's what hap- Army of Occupation. Lieut. HIgglns Tho staff of secretaries and chappened. Ono night recently tho night was assigned to tho Fourth Diviwatchman at the Standard Sanitary sion, which Is now occupying Ger- lains are lending every effort In keeping up tho spirits of tho solCompany heard pistol shots outside man territory. the plant, and so rapid and noisy No word has been received from diers at Camp Taylor, and every was the shooting that he thought Joseph N. HIgglns, of the 'Marine night tho different bulldlnea nra the armistice had been declared off .Corps, who was severely wnmnin.! packed to tho doors to witness tho bv tho and was was on again. He peeped !nnri when lnot kWAV fmn, HUM IU I' entertainments Drovlded mo . -. uv WU kmu . v out and there was two of tho Sixth la hospital In Franco. Tho Marines B.omier 'talent and tho singers and dancers from the city of Loulavlllo. District Keystoners conducting a are to be held for longer service, little barrage of their own, and so and therefore their return homo This keeps every Secretary In camp steady wore they In their efforts will not bo near as soon as had been on tho "go" to lino up shows and boxing bouts so tho men won't havo that tho street looked llko No hoped for. tho blues, as they aro required to ' j Man's Land. All the neighborhood do very little drilling. , residents took to their cellars and KNIGHTS IL1VE JUBILEE. Ono of tho dugouts until finally a riot call was activities that is sent in and tho two Wm. S. Hart Louisvillo Council has been hav- - keeping up tho moralo is tho work police were hauled away in the Incr n. Inhllnn wioir with noinhrn. or song leader Dr. Dann. who patrol. Released at tho station tlnnn fn ..... A . ........ f . u - 'CHinO horn n st tvnolr from rttio11 bouse each tried to take tho other nlversary and tho practical elimlna-- 1 university on a leave of absence, home, and the final act saw tho tlon of the indebtedness on Its Every day from 1 o'clock to 3 tho two soused cop3 in a stranger's beautiful and commodious home singers gather In the K. of C. audl-an- d yard, each trying to convince tho hall on Fourth avenue, and trium for song practice, and their other that that was his residence. also Its steady growth In member- - work is most entertaining. Threo None of this came out In tho pa- ship, being now among the fore- - raen are detailed from each pers and tho Chief's office requested councils of the great Catholic 'pany and they teach tho men In the Standard Sanitary Company of- order. Tho week's exercises opened tne,r wn organizations. Dr. Dann's the Monday night with a muslcalo dl- - singers proviaou tne music tor tne ficials to say nothing about affair. This doesn't look like tho rected by J. Raymond Barrett, ' Britain day celebration In all recro- f n Chief wants, to take the public Into ' luuuwuu un xuesuay .Dy a Dirmaay 'atlnn Yinlle Vin.n uu On.i.w.ln.. Tt.rd " .t.o ucio rn cmuiua, his confidence as party and dances comber 7. Major Phelps, of tho A barber Just below Twelfth and of twenty years ago. Wednesday Morale Department at Washington, Market stopped shaving a man to night tho Pa3t Grand Knights pre- - pa'd a visit to the camp Friday and ask a Keystoner why ho was tack- sided In turn, recalling remlnis.- - n company with Capt. Jones ing an influeuza sign on hie place Ho of their administration, and opected the work here. of business, as no one was 111 in was given to a novelty pened to come Into K. of O. bulldr ' 'nS No.. 1 just at the tlmo of a there. The Keystoner told the bar danco with Jazz music, fox trot3, ' ber to attend, to His own gol darned .onesteps, tinkle-to- e and hesitation. vaudeville show, with tho houso. business, as he knew his. The bar- Friday night there was an emor- - (Mod, and of course his Impression ker becamo 'wrathy and threatened gency meeting, military band con- was good. Ho said the whole camp to tear It )down. Tho Keystoner cert and smoker, and tho pro-- , was well organized in his lino and said "If yjiu do, I'll put you in tho gramme for today and tonight pro - nopeu me wont wouiu Keep up. Finally tho barber vldes a soldiers' dance. Tho cele The colored troops of tho Sixty- town loj.up." the fourth his authority to aski for on his nlace. TheputKey- - bration will closo tomorrow wltb area of Infantry, who occupy tho .;rii alen the colored building of the a larco initiation. Tha members taner showed his notice and It Will .receive ho-l- communion ;ln ai Knights, aro in great demand both the camp J.Z03. Jwwpvwrerwa;tbody "in the morning for"the' away. It looks like the Chief pose of tho souls of tho deceased tho colored Secretaries are kept police members. At 9:30 o'clock breakfast bW might furnish his comedy booking engagements for with town maps or keep them on will ho served by tho Queen's mom. All day long and far into used to Daughters as host to the candl tho night tho musical Instruments the streets where they Another dates; at 10:30 exemplification of at building No. 2 aro played, for work on the car lines. barber on Walnut street says that first degree, followed by second; as soon as one man get 3 tired anProbably no he saw a country looking fellow 12:30 o'clock, lunch; 2 o'clock, other takes his place. hanging In hla doorway for some- third degree, and at 6 o'clock ban place in the country is furnished a3 finally Inquired the auet at the Soelbach In honor of!0011 real "fun" as are tho patrons time and stranger's business. The stranger Past Grand Knights, with taps at " this building, and although replied: "I'm a policeman," flash- 10 o'clock. Dr. Max M. Eblo will there is hardly room to breathe In ing his badge, "and I gave a nigger act as toastmaster and Dr. J. M. the houes a front scat is kept opon a ten dollar bill to get some whis- Ryan, professor of political economy for "de chaplane" every night. key and I'm waiting for him to at tho Catholic University, of Wash- Aftornoon dances aro held weekly, oome back." At last accounts tho ington, will deliver a talk on "So- which aro chaperoned by ladles and poor unsuspecting Keystoner wag cial Reconstruction." gentlemen from Louisville. Ttill waiting. Threo and four masses are celebrated every Sunday in the K. of C. INTO ETERNAL REST. INSTALLATION. buildings, which is a great conTho Rev. Father Richard Mur- venience for the soldiers who do Commandery, phy, O. M. C, for the past eight not know the time mass starts. Tho Edward's SL years assistant pastor at St. An- men start "toward a K. of C build- -' Knights of St. John, of St. parish, now stronger than thony's church, passed to his heav- Ing, and If they get there hefore 10 are always in tlmo St. at any. time in its history, win open enly reward Sunday night at fol- a. m. they chaplain Is stationed for at mass. A Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, the new year with a general meet lowing an Illness of only a few days each building and two at the hosing and reunion, when the follow- ot neuritis. Father Murphy was pital, which makes tho chaplain ing officers will be Installed: seized with illness after "savinc masa service tho best of any in the President J. J. Stucer. XUAlna.r1iw mni.iiliiif Imi Ul. nill. COllntfV. Vice Presidents Martin Zinser, tlon was not regarded as serious The celebrations of Britain day Bniil Vollmor. until Frlady, whon physicians or--! at Camp Taylor wero all very Recording Secretary John it. dered hla" removal to the "hospital, elaborate and wore held under tho Fox. direction of Capt. Jone3. At tho six His mother, W. Trenton, N. Mrs. Mary Murphy, of recreation centers ot tho Knlijhta Secretary Fred Financial J., had been notified ' . Herp. Columbus speakers and singers and reached his bedsldo a half hour Treasurer J. J. Schulten. berore his death. Ho was able to h'om Louisvillo wero on hand, and Messenger Ed Graf. rocognlzo and converse with her at tho auditorium an English Cap-fo- r Executive Board Frank Baurle, several minutes before death j taln ot tne Queen's Own Regiment inhn "EMrkH. Thomas - Graf. John came. Tho funeral was held from oi the British army spoko Plueckebaum, Louis Borntraeger. upon his St. Anthony's ..church, attended .by minutes nw Sln.it experience in. tho . . . . , Delegates iouis wernort, j. j. ciorgy irom an tne cnurcnes. wno.B ' fttr..!.l.t linn 1aan "6"' "Has as Stuber- and feel that they and tho church havo wounded six times Captain Fred W. Horp. many stripes upon, his coat to Bhow sustained a great loss. Lieutenants John Henken. Mar Father Richard Murphy, O. M. C, for his Injuries. His description of Olllges.' , tin Zinser, George was born in Trenton, N. J., July the destruction ot the English and , 1885. He received his early Canadian troops in the early days WAR WORK OF POPE. training at the parochial school of of tho war was very thrilling. Capt. the Immaculate Conception and Wright paid a great tribute to the The Civllta Cattollca of Rome completed his collegiate course at American soldiers, especially the has just published a pamphlet the Farnciscan College of the same Marines, and urged everyone to which groups under ten heads the city. Ho then bade farewell to his give them a great reception when Talking they Interventions of Benedict XV. in native city to entqr tho novitiate at Capt. como home. the men further, present Wright told present war. It Is to be trans- Syracuse to prepare himself for the the reproduced in all lan- religious life. His Superior, the they should be glad they were not lated and Rer, Dr, Miller, of cherished mem- called overseas to take part in tho guages of the world. of going fighting, The ten chapters are: Initiative ory, detecting his noble qualities of over the as the experience..terrifying top is the most of the Pope for the liberation, ex- mind and heart, gave him the ad- feeling can have. change and hospitalization of pris- vantages of the University ot Inns- Wright a man given a most Capt. enwas bruck, Austria, where he received oners, civil and military. Intervention In favor of epistolary his training for the holy priesthood. thusiastic reception and the soldiers correspondence in the occupied In 1907 he returned to Trenton, crowded around him after he finN. J., and on November 9 was or- ished to hear more tales from the countries. In favor of Sunday rest of pris- dained by the Right Rev. Bishop front. Britain day celebration was A oners and of the graves of the James A. MoFaul, celebrating his in the colored K. Entente soldiers In. the Dardanelles. first holy mass In the Church of also held being addressed by of C. Prof. In building, of private persons con- the Immaculate Conception. In favor July, 1910, Rev. Father iRlchard W. B. Matthews, of the Center demned to death or prison. was summoned to St. Anthony's Colored High School. The celebraFor material help to moat dis- pariah, Louisville, where he spent tions were all about as successful tressed populations. the past eight years. Here and in as the French day affairs ot July For religious and moral care. Solicitude ef the Pope for the his missionary lahors he distin- 14. nations most affected, Belgium, guished himself by his gifts as an orator, a learned director of souls. BUSY LERE ENDS. northern France, Poland, etc. and For the establishment of offices God.- asa prleat after theofHeart ot By the death on Tueeday of Danmarked His was a character in Rome, In behalf of prisoners Individuality and he possessed' a iel McKenna the town of Fairfield Paderboa, Frieeburg, Vienna, etc. md N&ison county ioat anotner ot Intervention for right and jus- personality ao magnetic that youn oldest and most useful eltiaens. tice; for a jUBt and durable peace. and old alike were Irresistibly atin Lexington seventy years ago, tracted to ' him. Kindness, gener d osity and a but forager halt a century he had been TOOK HIGH KANK. deeply spiritual view of things ehar manner of the H. McKenna Dis Company founded at FairTie Rev. Wilfred Moor, formerly acterlsed his every action until he tillery by his father. Hie survivors in iniiim minlatar. whoIn was re dosed his eyes the death on Sunday, field a sister, 'Miss Mary KeXenna,' Home, the Feast ot Immaculate Con- are cently erdained a priest ception; His faithful Superior and and two brothers, Stafford and has taken, tne .uoetorate ot in the International College affectionate' friend, Rev. Seraphln James McKenna, all of . Fairfield. Behlang, D. D., and the Rev. Father He was an uncle of. Dr. Henry of the Dominican order.Peter, of xt. St. Francis College, of Louisville". The funeral Floyd Knobs, Ind., were was held from St, Mlehael's church, HEADKD BY OrLKARY. with aim until death sum- attended by people from all the surrounding country. its moned him to a better life. Division 3, A, O. H.j held Sheo-han. I -- . Vin-.- ri a . i , J ! I 1 1 J corn-mo- st 11 A . , ui.-ca- 1 ) ed hap-Thutsd- ay -, , ; a,iee. re-Ta- -- - . An-thon- ' ... for-41tt- y - - broad-minde- - Me-Kenn-a, eon-atant- ly Ax ' xiJ&J&TXJ&MZlr COMING EVENTS. JURXJStJE A.3M0B?JBEXO-auN- :. t DIVISION 8. Sixteenth and Market, 8 p. m. and third Fridays, HibernlaB 3 Red Cross First December CsthoUes 0 Portland. Hoe. FWrfd to the SocM and Moral Advsacemen. ol Irbli Americana sat. benefit at Presentation Academy, 8 Young Men's p. m. PrMtdwt John M. Riley. Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Vise Fresldeat Waker Murphy. Institute and Catholic Knights of America. Secretary John J. Financial Broderlsk, 1850 Portland avenue. PubWsherB KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINT1NQ CO., IncotpcrttcJ. Seeretary John A. Reeeralag Xf aaf la SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, S1NQLBCOPY 5c Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. n Mstttr. Shee-harSergeant-at-Ana- e Entered at the Loulavllle Poitof .Ice as Martin KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. HIBE1NIAN DIRECTORY exer- P8Se939e$$8B8e8B&& 9888889 cises of St. December Patrick's school In hall, 22-2- 22 Christmas 1818-182- -- gGift 1 AA I SOGIETY. I Second-CU- AMrtss all CWBw!eatIM to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICA, 319-32- 1 Wait Brain St. MvfHttffMfMffHHffHT u Mrs. John Ryan, of Lexington, ha3 been visiting relatives hero. Sentinel IThosaas Noone. ) -- s. - DIVISION 4. Mrs. Cary B. Hines has been a sufferer from Influenza this past Meets seeond and fourth Mondays. week. Bertraad Hall, Sixth street President John J. Barry. Mrs. J. Ford and daughter, Mrs. Vice President Mark J. Ryan. ....SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1918 LOUISVILLE, KY visiting Dortha Sims, have been Recording Secretary Lawrence at Memphis. D. Meaay. this form of legislation. The health Natives Financial Seoretary Thomas J FALSE IMTRESSION. insurance movoment, tho movement Daniel O'Keefe, foreman at Sts. 734 West Oak street. Treasurer John F. Burke. Judging from tho attitude of for Stato supervision of Catholic In- - Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, Is re Sergeant-at-Arm- s Bernard some of the. dally pross, America stitutions and for health supervision covering from Tils recent illness. war and fought to mako of school children vitally affects tho entered tho Itflaa Attn a flrrtTinYi lftff lnot Yvnalr Sentinel M. J. McDermott. England mistress of tho seas and interests of tho church. Tho Com-'fIjeon Sprlngs Texaa t0 j th9 or xno guest of Lieut. C. J. Cronan and In New York City, and wlll go to possessor of everything that will bo mitteo on ueconstrucuon Washington and Montreal It may National Catholic War Council will Mrs. Cronan. taken away from Germany. be that he will go to two or three keep in close touch with these ' other large American cities. In WONT TAKE LONG. movements and will keep Catholics FrXthfnro & where Washington he will bo received by In reBard t0 tholr dolop- - sho visited her brother, Charles J. the President, it Mr. Wilson has Tho orfIcialsD71h"o War Depart- - ,nfofned returned Tfroin Europe. Just when ment will not have to work over-the Cardinal will get hero Is not time compiling a record of what ths Mr. and Mrs. Leo Meagher have known, t It is expected this will be America is tho source of food Guardians of Liberty, Junior Order EUppy for tho worid just now a(1 concluded a visit with Mr. and Mrs. late In .the wlntor or early next Gprlng. The famous prelate will and tho A. PA.', did in tho war. we must to feed Europe come here' under tho auspices of orders, churches, our fomep cnemla. na vM n3 our Many fraternal tho Belgian Church of St. Albert, corporations, schools, etc., boast of ns30Cjate3 la tnla war unUl an- -' Joseph W. Torpy, former railroad Now York City. flags, but the other harvcst can b gathered. Tho yardmaster, who ha3 been away the their big service ,,.,,, . , - MEMBER DAYS. ,u Menace dUDes and datk lantern i,,,. past year on war work, Is back Eett,ns the B,ad hand on patriots aro pretty silent on that ralscd by' thla war wlll no"t JMesd bleB Ember days preceding tho vigil subject. bo disposed of for months perhaps and feast of Christmas this year Mrs. Edward Power and daugh- fall on' Wednesday, Friday and for years. GOD'S WORK. ter, Miss Mary Power, of Frankfort, Saturday, December 18, 20 and 21. have returned from a visit with Tho vigil, of Christmas will bo a TONTIFF URGES PRAYERS. ,Havo your namo upon1 the Red In fast day,' Mr. and Mrs. John Larkln roster. Everybody should CrosB 'Sr Tho encyclical letter addressed by Louisville. ST. MARTIN'S. T .ll give generously, thus lightening the V It.. !..!.. II. burden and making happy those cplscopatc throughout tho worid B0S: Jf ffiS Rev. "OCavler Sutton, C. P., conwho aro zealously serving all creeds j exhorting it to offer public prayers William Sullivan, of Mississippi, cluded o"n Sunday, tho feast of tho and all nations. Tho Red Cross ,for the Euidanco by Providence of wore last week nuests of Mrs. S. P. Immaculate Conception, a largely attended' and successful retreat for nurses aro doing God's work. The, the arDroachIntr neaco conference. Durrett at Prestonla. tho young women of St. Martin's work of this great agency of mercy bears tho date of December 1. It MIs3 Rose Henley, who is very parish. At tho closing exercises must continuo for many months in says of Father Felten, tho pastor, praised "That which the entire world ao prominent in musical circles binding up tho wounds caused by long ciged for, that which Chris- - this city; has been ill at Sts. Mary tho work of the great Passlonlst tho war. Let everybody help. tlanlty Implored with fervent pray- - and Elizabeth Hospital, but is on missionary and expressed himself greatly. pleased with the results. ord, and that we, interpreting tho tho road to recovery, common grief, urged with paternal WILVT'S THE MOTIVE? Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cummins, FURNISH PLUM PUDDING. heart for the good of all, lias In a On tho very day (December 4) moment come to pass as the last who were hero for a visit to Mrs. parents, Mrs. R. To aid in providing hot plum tho guns is silenced. that President Wilson sailed for booming of not yet solemnly ended Cummins' Oakdale,Mr. and returned pudding for every American soldier Holbourn, have Peace has France, Premier Clemenceau went tho war, but an armistice mean- - to their home at Corbin. In Fraace on Christmas day, rolling field kitchens to London to discuss trado and whilo has suspended tho slaughter Miss Stella Buckley, who was have , been shipped abroad by the territorial matters with the British and devastation by land, sea and with Thomas J. Knighta'bf Columbus. On their arauthorities. What Is the underlying air, happily opening tho way for IBiirlanher aunt, Mrs. having been rival 4the kitchens will go at once at Frankfort, peace." Premier's motive of tho French The Pone attributes the end of called by tho death of Mr. Brislan, to the front under their own power, followed by trucks loaded visit, mado on the invitation of the war "to Him who governs all , has returned to Louisville. with Lloyd George, who is tied to Great events, who moved to pity by. tho Hogan and Mr. and Britain by the election? Is it the persevering prayers of tho good, , baby, of St.Mrs. Thomas arrive next Louis, will 11ROTIIER INJURED. humanity conceded at Intention of Franco and Great might recover last that finally from so many week to spend Christmas with Mn. Britain to decide for themselves griefs." The Pontiff rejoices at Hogan's parents, Mr. and. Mrs. John Mrs. Martha Hlgglns and son, Culbortson avenuo, of,T. Malone, Willow avenue, what they shall ask from tho tho Impressing demonstration hayo gone to Birmingham, having Peace Congress, and to act jointly piety that has occurred throughout of Miss Katherlno McLaugi.Vv who been called there on account Catholic world, and continues: to obtain it? If this bo so, it is the Higgins' "There remains now to Implore goes to school at West HampftnJ the condition of Mrs. formerly evident that their demands will not the Almlchtv that the great gift Va.. wlll arrive December 20 to visit bfotaef; "Pat McDonough, who was of her parents, Dr. fbajnvline with our President's four- granted us have its crowning, that ( McLaughlin, over and Mrs. J. W. an Kax'AJbay., accident. injured in tho Christmas automobile the delegates of tho various nations teen propositions, and that they do to meet congress give tne Holidays. ,not Intend to permit the United world a in solemnlasting peace. Such RECEIVE NEW BISHOP. just and and Mrs. William C, Newman States to domlnato the congress. grave and complex decisions will Right Rev. Arthur Drossaret'j, have to be taken as no human as- children, Miss Elenor Newman and sembly ever took before. There Morris Newman, have returned to D. D., Bishop of 'San Antonio, conJAPAN AND CHINA. visit secrated last Sunday at New Orfore words aro wanting to express Louisville, after a week-enpossession of his leans, tho delegates need to People will soon begin to Teallze how greatly enlightened so as to be with the Misses Newman, on Wc3t see on will takeDecember 15. Most Sunday, Main street, Frankfort. be divinely tho Importance and difficulties of able to accomplish their mission. Rev. John W. Shaw, D. D., ArchMisses Helen, Frances and Eliza- - bishop of New Orleans, and forthe task President Wilson assumed Their decisions In the highest deand beth Malone. who attend the Sacred merly 'Bishop of San Antonio, will In going to Europe to watch tho irn will nttoct the interest of all humanity. Thus Cath- - Heart Academy in Now York, will honor the occasion with his prespeaco deliberations at close ranira g q fftvop ordor and progrcsg arrlvo the ast of tho month t0 vlglt ence. and to see that tho policies for must lnvoke tho divine assistance their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John T. tho Malone, over Christmas in which he stands, and which have upon thoso participating RED CROSS ROLL CALL. this ths backing of tho American people peaco conference. We deslro CathMrs. W. B. Owen and son, B. W. The Kentucky Irish American has aro carried out. That the Allied duty to bo recalled to all Owen, Jr., after several weeks' stay been asked to call tho attention of olics." powers do not look with favor on from tho The Pontiff ends by urging the at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hos- Its readers to a paragraph Chairman by im- pltal, returned Saturday to bo the statement made thoso policies is apparent, at least episcopacy of the world to of the Red as far as thoso policies apply to plore tho Almighty hy means of guests of Mrs. Owen's mother, Mrs. Henry P. Davidson, on bis return to James Malone, at her homo in Cross War Council, public prayers in each parish their own territories. For instanco months In from spending three shed his light upon tho congrcs3 Crescent Hill. Great Britain docs not intend to and onable It to securo a true peace Europe. Tho paragraph deals with Louisville men registered at tha the Red Cross Christmas roll call relinquish control of the seas, al- founded upon the christian principle of justice. Tho Popo on his big hotels in Now York last week for members, to be hold In Louisthough she i3 willing to permit of and dividing their time between ville and the country over Decem will ubo all the freedom of commerce as long as it part apostolic ministry, Influence It says: it is added, business and pleasure were Col. P. ber his does not trench upon her interests; to have the decisions- of tho con- H. Callahan, Jlay J. Flanagan, P. "During the week oeioro unrisi-ma- s there Is to be a roll call, giving nor will any of tho Allied govern- gress everywhere accepted and M. Ke3sler, 0. J. Murphy, J. H. to an opportunity with ments support the principle of loyally executed by Catholics tran- Laurent, J D. Otter, R. Mtnton and every cltlaen member of tho volun rselater as a F. D. Gardes. a view to perpetuating ordor, for their sub- quility and concord in the world. tho teer humanitarian agency of recogject peoples. It wlll bo noticed how CONVALESCING. American people whlcb is nized throughout the world as the the apoplntment of a commission by BRING XMAS CnEER. This memFor the past three weeks an American Red Cross. to the Peaco Japan and China via tn a .rt. the onldemic or innuenza naa rai?eu m bership involves no commitment ninno Congress to demand equality of many Knights of Columbus build-- 1 tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Thomasd beyond the payment of ?1, but this treatment for tho yellow races overseas Christmas ve ho wlllE. dines Audubon Park four been payment will register a contlnuanco at the synchronized with the announcewaiting to be filled more than dren and their parents havingcondl-b- y of humane sympathy andtno very name time it will nave ment of tho President's intention a mlUion Pairs of socks hung there stricken. For a time their contributing to caused our soldiers and sailors. There tlon Thursdaygrave apprehension, and practical value of of Red Cross to bo present at that congress. Now Blzot reported the continuation Dr. To on pairs. may do two million meeting of Mrs. whilo it is natural to expect that sure that every sock will bo them convalescent, thoughhappily chapter work and to the ill tne neeae wiuuu uui unu v.uuu..j. Japan and China should tako adwith Knights of Columbus Clines was still quite ...-- but a. The Kentucky Irish American has vantage of tho occasion to promote trfta William J. 'AlUlUEOn, outtii- - uui ui uiu6c. Di nin received word from Lake statof tho Knights of Columbus tho interests of their people, at tho man HELP THE GOOD CAUSE. vision Red Cross headquarters on War Activities, sailed same time it must not be forgotten Committee for France to personally ing that 96 per cent, .of the KenSaturday Tho Orphans' Pleasure Club and tucky chapters had appointed their Japan is Great Britain's ally, supervise the order's Christmas ac- that up to Doll Club have opened local Roll Call managers and that the United States is the tlvitles. woreo ..LV"'B'"f thn waller toriJH win assist hpadnuarters at 661 South Fourth December 2. one power whicn would bo really for in his task and there will not avenue to receive donations affected should the Peace Congress h m an American soldier or sailor .their Christmas fund for the little IRISH CHURCH IN ROME. be decide in favor of tho contention abroad who will lack for a bounti- -' orphanB of all denominations, whom the past. help There Is yet another Irish church oi Knights of Columbus i they plan to money as intoys grate- of the yellow races. Thus tho yellow ful and and hone in Rome. Tho Provincial Donations of eifiB peril would be brought home to us abroad fully Tocelved, and everyone is of the Irish Carmelites has brought virtually under Allied auspices and m thaXracterofSantaClaus. Ho .urged not to forget this worthy a small batch of students, whom at at. ueiso. he has established unless the United States Is prepared nnUr with him sufficient gifts to charity. house This is a small church andAngelo, act and guarantee a plentiful supply of to repeal the exclusion just this side of Ponte St. SISTER MARY JEAN. enjoyment for the Amorl-- -. admit the yellow races on an equal rvvaresas Director a very populous part of the city. in Rome footing with others the President wmi., rrhB cltv of Toronto. Ohio, la to Of Irish establishments v Turkin. of the Knights r nnw have the Irish College it .will not be in a position to Insist of Columbus, has already sent to!erect tt monument to all who went Dominicans at San on the adoption of the principles for France several tons of tobacco ana (rom it and gave their uvea in tne self, the Irish dispatched an'pervice of their country. On the Clemente, which recently saw the which our boys fought with con- candv and has also roller kitchens er. w. of bronze tablet on which the names consecration Blshouignt Duluth; the additional fleet of of orig-,spicuous bravery and success. the fallen brave will be Inscribed MeNicaelas, and motorcycles, the latter Rus- at Qt. Isidore s: Inally built for the KerenBky com- - 9 aiso to be placed the name of Irish H'raneiseans at SL PatRADICALISM. glster Mary Jean, ttie Loretto nun the Irish AugusUnlans Irish Government, to Insure a nian the now soldiers at distribution of the Knights of diea whlle nursing the during the rick's, and Han Celso. Then there nlete at zachary Taylor There is a powerful undercurrent Columbus Christmas gifts. An but .ocamong the working der will be placed In London for epidemlc. Sister Mary Jean was a are, in a dlerent category position of radicalism cupying a very Important native of Toronto. Bngusn Glasses in America at the present thousands of and dote a wagnltlcent work, the shipped to the Ameridings to time. Catholics should be alive to can army.be Christmas morning the Irish Cnrlstlsn Brothers, with their MHROTHR. CARDINAL school, "Marcantonlo Colonna," and the 'dangers of this movement, but puddings wlll be heated by the can frii,t. r Pninmhus trailer kit coming to there is always the Church of San they should remember that it Cardinal Mercier Is g tn thank the Salvesire for ll fee more effectively counteracted by chens and served piping hot to the v.a TTnfful Stntaa Father Cogan, succor Oatholles in Rome. TionnTo Via name (lav hundreds for the rn eufld legislation than by destructHis stay here the OartMllte Provincial, has been or Knights of Columbus dolls will glven t0 Belgium. ive erltlelsm. During the next few brjeft aB jw has made It received in private audience by His distributed to the poor children iwUl years many legislative problems be "Paris, emphatic that he feels he is urg- - HoltMSi.. of London ently needed In helping to restore MoCormack's wilt arise which directly affect John UHUfMM FOR LONDON. inanar! tn the Knights of noicrinm The Cardinal will be the The work-aw- 'i Oatlialle Institutions. 0B4ifh, 'Oatholles, are of Thomas F."Ryan, New ni,,ihi)ii hv Mrs. MeCormaek, will compensation movement is of the erection in London be formally opened as an American vnrk Cltv. who has also put at the Immediate HUereet to Catholic hoe- - soldiers' and sailers' club house anrt disposal or the prelate his resideiiee after the war of a free oburch la d oC yttals, bat so far Catholie oplnlea BBgUBn headquarters of the Kalfhte In Washington, D. C. Cardinal Herder will make bis headquarters seems to bare bad no influence on of Columbus by Mr. Mulligan. J La-nga- Mul-doo- or ... "ShS'taffAlto" For 57 years the Christmas Store for Men and Boys :- LEWS Himzimmui n MARKET AT THIRD 1 -- fclA2d . RUGS MAKE FINE re J , DR. JOHN P. BECKER I OPTOMETRIST, SPECIALIST IN FITTING GLASSES Twenty Years' Experieuco. , Prices Reasonable. Christmas Presents We show hundreds of Beautiful Rugs at most attractive prices, Louisville's Rug Store. James-Higgln- s, 315 Starkn KiilMing. Third Floor Fourth anil Walnut. Phono City uSo. Olv n. yonr boya aa edncatlon that win prepara iam xor uxa. TO. ST. XAVIER'S COLLfcQE Broadway, Iioolivllle, Xy. Conducted by the X&verian Brothers niiafriAHl U.LnllH. 1'Ik.bI.dI inH Courses, 5'reparatory Department, Largi bwimming root, wen uquippeu uyrani slum. Terms moderate. Ir Bro Benjamin. 112 Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff INCORPORATED 522-52- 4 d ( WEST MARKET STREET. - $S$$s$$3$"333$SS 11 B1 I - SMOKE TARPY'S Lady Dash 10c Little A, J. 5c Best Cigars Made , ! GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. 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CHESTNUT LOUISVILI.B, BAX wmwmivm-r-,wy KT. w i l.. ii,.. ,,. English-speakin- .Dsai-ivjs- : (... jypp Cto' 0VWWWvWWrWvWr ,vsriS t CIBAKDRS .AJSHD rrsriE&ifcS. DfOOHTOKATW TWW1w wv -- yw--- f IiOUISVIIiLB LAKGKST KENTUCKY IN TDK SOUTH. Tie-tor-y, I tf',; n - v 4fe JsCJBJ&''JLOOKV XJBkXmiSC JkJStUBZmXOAJS:. RECENT DEATHS. son of Mrs. Mary "Walton, 1010 Fehr avenue, dle,d Sunday, and on Wednesday the funeral was held from St. John's church. Besides his mother he leaves four sisters and three brothers. ESDITORIAXi. ORPHAN PLEASURE CLUB AND OUR POSITION ON Tho so-call- ed TEE GAS QUESTION. William Walton, aged twenty-on- e, V gas situation in this oity. Our main reason for" this tho is that wo can not soo how tho position taken by the city in tho Sunday evening death called matter can possibly bo in line with the best interests of tho Mlnette Glass, beloved wifo of 'Mrs. AnAnnounces the OPENING of their new tho smaller users of gas generally. laboring men and drew Glass and daughter of Mr. XOOROflVH: Tho gas question has arisen here because of the shortago of and Mrs. August Holm, 2527 West twonty-thrcShe Xmas work to be carried as usual. Every orphan in Louis natural gas. It appears that the gas fields in these sections of tho Market street. and a was circle ofo Ice Cream, Candy Shop years old wide country do not yield nearly as much natural gas as is needed friends mourn her death. Wednes county to receive their annual Xmas Gift and that they aro now being depleted at a very rapid rate. Tho ville and Jefferson THIRD AND JEFFERSON STS. from these clubs. Donations of money or toys gratefully re Journal of Labor has this upon tho authority of those who produce day morning iRev. Father Maloney conducted tho funeral services at or I to 5 p.m. and o and distribute tho eras. It is also confirmed bv tho U. S. Geological i St. Columba's church. ceived at headquarters between the hours Survey, other Governmental Bureaus, the Louisville Board of This new Shop will be one of the best in Louito 0 p. m. daily. Sad Trado and many other investigators. Tho Public Servico Com- Ben B.Indeed was tho death of Mrs. their list McAuliffe, the young wife Your favorite Home is on svillethoroughly equipped in every way to furnish the mission of Ohio has found tho gas shortago so groat that in order of Ben B. McAuliffe, of 1041 SevThis Spaco Donated by a Friend. to conserve tho gas for cooking, lighting and moderate amounts enth street, who died early Thurschoicest Ice Creams, Solf Drinks, Candies and Bakery of heating it had to limit tho consumption for heating on a largo day morning after a week's illness of pneumonia. Besides her husband month. This 35,000 feet boys, two S- -, , , J scalo by any one consumer toalthough cubiccities perOhio aro moro cho is survived by and little father Goods. We tbelcome you to our new Shop. tho course was deemed necessary in Dennis and John, her favorably situated, with respect to tho supply of natural gas than and mother, Mr. and Airs. William and fcngravcd cities in tho neighboring states. The cities in Ohio not only havo J- - Brady. The funeral took place CONFECTIONERY St. Louis fairly good local fields to draw upon but most of them began to from morning at 9Bertrand'3 church o'clock. this use gas so early that they secured prior claims upon tho gas in 1 Waterman Ideal and Conklin Fountain Pens AND the "West Virginia fields. Tho United States Pud Administration Patrick Davern, born in County for the samo reasons as those which prompted tho action of the Galway, Ireland, August 3, 1841, f 309 SOUTH SECOND Ohio Commission has also been forced to limit the use of gas by but for many years a resident of Louisvillo and faithful "employe Phone CQQ tho largo users. In Louisville, for instance, it found that tho of the Louisville a Varnish Company, AN EXTENSIVE LINE TO SELECT FROM. 619 SOUTH SECOND STORES THREE larger users could not bo allowed more than 1,000 cubic feet per died of right's disease at hid City.. I THIRD AND JEFFERSON day of natural gas alone; without depriving the smaller users of home, 436 South Nineteenth street, as much gas as they ordinarily need in cold weather. The situa leaving a wife and threo sons, ALL ORDERS FOR ICE CREAM RECEIVED AT OUR NEW SHOP, THIRD AND JEFFERSON tion in Louisvillo is also greatly aggravated by tho fact that many 'James, Martin and John Davern, BgaflnmHmM.os.sE of the larger users of gas for heating aro located so near tho intake LnBm"" fn : ! !. i. K. yu.vn mu supuijr ut Bu : iuiy mu.v gt Patrick's church, uiviuiub (TTnfhnr 13 m it tjua Miv mo uuuuo wb ,t. uio Rev. INCORPORATED. can often tako all tho gas they want for all purposes when tho.Cronin saying tho renulem mass. smaller user does not oven get enough gas for cooking. H. J. SAHNOM, PnsUeot and Maiueir. p. baHKOH, JR., Vice WEST MAIN STREET Pn. aid Treis. The Fuel Administration, the Public Service Commissions and! Relatives and friends were grief-othJoseph Nold, Jr., Government Bureaus have not only found an existing and stricken when LOUISVILLE, KY. rapidly increasing shortage of natural gas but they havo provided dAld f ' l1?,.,.hJ,..N? tyYYYVH and suggested rational remedies for such shortage. Through, Beph Nold, Superintendent of the orders they havo restricted tho use of such gas to its most impor-- 1 Louisvillo Anzelger and resided Sewer and Calvert Pipe, tant uses for tho greatest number of persons. In their reports nero until his marriage to Miss Eva Baanon's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits, of New Albany. Besides his in the matter they havo not only justified sueh restrictions but,Gn,th' Wall Copiag, they have shown that large scale heating tftoidd be done by coal aChurch! Fire Prooflag, Floe Lining, Fire Bricll Drain Tile, Vitrified BricK, and that wherever possiblo tho natural gas should bo supplemented from where the funeral was held Grate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tops. by manufactured gas. These bodies and persons aro unbiased as (Tuesday morning, and was also a 410 WEST MARKET STREET well as competent. They are viewing the situation not in tlio member of 'Louisvillo 'Council, K. OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. Unit I nf ;t,U)ul nnfenna Vllf In li linlit vf nonnfnerf rrnn.1 Of C. $ PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN 507. to the community as a whole. "What they Lave dono and said in Monday at noon the soul of Mrs. tho matter will bear the most severe tests. It should be considered Eleanor Sullivan Vcttor, beloved J WORKS Thirteenth and Breckiaridfte and Ninth and Mndaolis. and followed by tho utilities as well as by the public. wife of Louis K. Vetter. 2029 Mary- Forty-thre- e Years of Honest Dealing. Tho local gas company is not only willing to be guided by tho,Ian avenue, was called into and recommendations just mentioned but it has repeatedly, ,c.nly ros and peace, following an K. OF C. RINGS, CHARMS AND BUTTONS. pointed out that it can not furnish good service for cooking, hfchiS3, JS? RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS in her lighting and moderate amounts of heating unless somo restrictions ' and was a woman who won the love ' gas on a large scale for hcatiner of rospect uso were imposed on all her. Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS to exceed threo tho centof of all of its customers, and unless not and a sh,ortof t,mo who know Blster aB0 ller per in 9,nly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements addition to this the natural gas is supplemented by moderate?L they find in these coiums. We aim to protect our readReaders of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly ! quantities of manufactured gas. It has gone farther than this. Snts! M?. and ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. J F. Sum-l- t urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements has offered to furnish such manufactured gas at cost without ran. Tho funeral waBheld Wednes-prof- it they find in these coiums. We aim to protect our readduring tho coming winter. It has also closed contracts for 'day morning from St. John's of which ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. additional supplies of natural gas from the outlying borders of church, communlcant-Floy- she had been a KENTUCKY & INDIANA CANTEEN Home Phone 2550 dovout COKE STATION the Triple State gas field, which extends from West Virginia into Louis A. Broring. D. D. S. and other counties in this state "hone City 5692 THE SIGN OP QUALITY MIss Ma Alma Hubbuch, twenty- Mattresses, Blankets, etc., Cots, Tho position of tho city officials in tho matter differs entirely' Blx years old, and popular with all Bed Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hlgbl'd 7411 H. riatoff, Prest. s. from tho course thus outlined. The city not only resists tho order ' patrons of the Louisvillo Public Ll-- Cutlory, Novelties. Bast 180 I. Bush, the Fuel Administration limiting the uso of gas for large scalo brary, died early Sunday morning KENTUCKY LAUNDRY AGENCY. 1 STARKS BUILDING. PLATOPF & BUSH linntinir lnt if ia nnnnarul in thn FiifnialiinB nf nxrnn tt, Mnnlloof Of influenza at the homo Of her LAUNDUY Incorporated eister, Mrs. George T. Settle, 13S0 CO. NATIONAL HATTERS quantities of manufactured gas. It seems to think that through Ouerbacker Court, and throughout GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND Incorporated TOM TOLAKIS, Prop. prosecutions and other obstructions it can force tho gas company the city hor death is mourned. BUILDERS 2 'Mrs. Settle, wife ot Librarian 825 W. Jefferson St., Louisvillo, Ky. to do tho impossible, or to furnish enough natural gas for all purSpecial Attention To Repair Work Suits Pressed While You Wait. Underbill St. poses dusing all kinds of weather. Its represent atives havo oven Goorge T. Settle, Miss Huhbuch is Hats Cleaned and Blocked While Estimates Cheerfully Furnished Qeo. Dearborn nurvJved by another sister, Mrs. OFFICE, 120 WEST GREEN ST. gono so far as to state that all the people of this- city would rather Charles W. Dowd, of Itockford. 111.. Homo Phone City 1931 Manager suffer from the shortago of gas than to have the uso of gas fornnd a bother, Otto J. Hubbuch, of You Walt. Soldiers' Uniforms and Highland 1033 "TFST2 Home Phono City 7638 iieaung Dy a iow large customers curtaiiea, ana tnan to nave tnc Chattanooga, Tenn. Funeral serv Hats a Specialty. Work Called For ices wero held Monday afternoon and Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, The. .S2,ioxe Os The. Hour! natural gas. mixed with small amounts of manufactured gas. JOS. V. SPANINGER CHILE CAFETERIA BUNGER'S with Interment in St. Michael's Attention and Quality." Tho Journal of Labor feels that it is its duty to take tho side cemetery. GROCERY AND SALOON, FINE Home Phone Shawnee 803 that is of tho greatest benefit to the laboring men and others who 458 South Fifth Street SAM L. ROBERTSON WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS make up tho great majority of those who are dependent upon tho Mrs. Amelia Steltonkamp, aged HENRY GOSS 370 Baxter Avcnno FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN gas service. In doing so it must choose between tho position of thirty-fouCONTRACTOR FOE a highly esteemed memtho United States Fuel Administrattion and those who take the ber of St. John's parish, succumbed Roofing, Guttering, Spouting HENRY SOHUH GEO. F. BREITENSTEIN MAumn virvw on tho. rrnn linnd mrl fhn nnsitinn of thn 5tv nrlmin. Monday night to pneumonia at hor Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOSUfc CHINE CO. ,, i. homo, 734 East Chestnut street i,.. fnv, 1403 Seventh Street t Asphalt Shingles a Specialty xanunuix vx wus viuu, yu, """" "only i t " " uwtuaiiuy Bhe waa tho beloved wife Of Wlll- 1815 S. Twenty-sixt-h St 3 East Main Street m saying in this connection that tho Choice Staple and Fancy GROposition it can fully (am Steltonkamp, connectod with SOU W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. Home Phone Shawnee 368 CERIES, MEAT and VEGETABLE and conscientiously indorse is that which is represented by the the the Bourbon Stock Yards. Automobile Repairing, Engines, Pumps,. Elevators and General Ma- MARKET, Fine Teas and Coffees, Administration. This position seems to it to bo by far tho'des hor husband she Is survived SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. City Home JOnN B. O'LEARY & CO. chinery Repairs Promptly Attended Butter a Specialty. best for tho people of this city. Under this plan all but a few' J' gS1.3' Loans to those having regular in Phone 2147; Cumb. South 1558-Homo Phono City 1533. Headquarters for To. largo users will have enough gas for all purposes in all kindsi of , Hefc'MrsMaryAa, SS comes or salary, with no publicity tape. Loans to housekeepers CITY AND FARM PROPERTY weather. Tho disadvantage that cornea from thus malung tho few Catherine Glllem and Mrs. Joseph or red Phono City 2923; Residence 7108 HOME SPOT CANTEEN heat their homes with coal will be offset many times by giving the Wadell, and one brother, John an their personal security. See us about anything in real CHARLES BALLMAIER estate. We sell, buy and rent. many all tho gas they need. The remedies thus suggested by tho Scally, who Is in the army. Her F. R. POOLEY, FOR MERCHANDISE GENERAL tV UUllUtaUU Building, 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. 1, Courier-Journ230 East Market Street OrtTt - titw n - Room SOLDIERS J.UUUU1(VUU lUUlUIUMl If weamer Dnngs on a gas .nonage ana as quiCKiyjcei0brating 1WV JL'UtUUt Home Phone City 4464. wnen me cqia 415 S. Fourth Street. Between Brook and Floyd requiem high mass. Soft Drinks, Candles, Cigars, PLUMBING. GAS FITTING AND liiiea wnen mo coia speu is over, u, seems to tno journal 01 The Right Place for SEWERAGE, Job Work A Specialty Labor that unless the naturhl gas shortage can bo lifted no better Tobacco. on Sunday T. E. YANN DAIRY COMPANY News of tho death WM. P. BANNON Right Prices. morning or omro practical remedies than those can very well be suggested. eighteen-year-ol- of John M. Maloney, Jr., d eon of Capt. John Tho position taken by the city is far from favorable to tho Incorporated. CONTRACTING PLASTERER THE MERRY WILL CANTEEN CO. InAUTISTIC PRINTING people as a whole. "While under it a few1 wealthy and large users M. Maloney, of the EighteenthLieufantry Battalion and formerly Coko Station, Camp Taylor, Ky. SOUTH WENZEL ST. 0 Brook and Bloom may get all tho gas they need in cold weather tho fact can not tenant of the Louisvillo mounted FIRST CLASS WORK Everything for the Soldiers be disproved that at tho same time or on the coldest days the police, spread gloom throughout St. Both Phones 4202 Cigars, Restaurant City 8380 Cumb. S. 153-Give This Office Your Next Ordei great majority of tho people, that is, tho working people, will not Cecilia's parish, of which ho was one of tho most popular young men. FIRST CLASS SERVICE 317 W. GREEN ST. have enough gas for cooking alone, to say nothing about heating. He was a graduate of St. Cecilia's C. 4203 S. 9192-A telling example of this is found in the gas shortage which took school and was connected with tho "SOUTHERN STAR" Teleobnne Cttv 946 Home City 2803 place last winter and in tho suffering which arose therefrom. Louisville Auto Supply Company SLICED BACON REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY PEOPLE'S PXOYXDEKT ASSOCIATION Both Phones 2406 Nor can tho course of tho city ever lead to any permanent relief until a week before his death of Incorporated pneumonia. Besides his parents ho "All Ready for Your Griddle In the pointed out by the experts and as shown Citizens REUTLIN GER "Was Organized ly FRED HORNUNG, JR. 0 O of the situation. For asti: Morning" us survived Dy a oroxner, , : v.. UKIWIIUi upUiUlHU LIICIU XO UV i... v4. WW lU Ul ..I to Maze ..!,. . HJT HUpU MUM. it. .J gjgj jftry jjj, Adolph Reatllager X. O A H S PLUMBING AND GAS FTITINa HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE sections of tho country ivjll ever be able to obtain all tho natural Maloney. The funeral was held On Furniture and Otner Feraonal LOTJISVILIiE PROVISION CO. 712 AVest Jefferson Street they need in. cold weather. This is at any rato true as long Tuesday morning at St. Cecilia's FIRE INSURANCE uas Property at Incorporated Louisville, Ky. TORNADO, LIABILITY AND LOWEST BATES as the natural eras is sold at lower Tjnces than other fuel;?. In church. PLATE GLASS COLEMAN BUILDINCJ tho light of these and other facts tho Journal of Labor can not 123 SOUTH THIRO STREET 8. E. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON .Saturday morning tho funeral of J. E. SCHWARTZ help but feel that tho position of the city will harm rather than Mrs. Mary Sullivan Lawlor, DEAD ANIMALS Both Phonea 288C of 2007 help tho laboring men as well ad the people as a whob, and that West Broadway, was held from HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAH) Highland Park, Ky. ENGRAVERS it fails to offer a rational solution of the a problem. A. Sacred Heart church, of which sho GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS From the Journal of Labor, December 7, 1918. had long been a dovout member, SOHLICH ENGRAVING COMPA1TC Call Home Phone City 721; VEGETABLES, ALL KINDS FEED Rev. Father Walsh celebrating tho Cumb. Phone Main 721. BUILDER ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS Journal of Labor is unable to agree "with, what is reported to be tho position of tho city administration, in tho settlement o CUSCADEN'S WALLER DOLL CLUB A.VJBIVUE 861 CONFECTIONERY and Bakery 1 I Ihnstmas lards folders ,, CUSCADEN'S THIRD JEFFERSON 300 iJOHN P. MORTON & CO. 422-424-426 1 1 1 ni"'m '"S er 44.44.! CO. P. BANNON PIPE S. E. LEDMAN & SON J JiVSjoVst i Jewelry and Silverware For the Holidays Vi -- heav-orde- rs ! ffas tyw)aw4Be0aae44lj "-i.i?in-- I d x. Sec-Tree- of DENTIST 900-90- . Be-nid- es 011-02- COKgS - TVSA" r, 731-73- ;:., t...,i "" . i.:i Bo-Fu- cl Y. .Jl,a? fl al "1 I -- 508-51- Y A "Well-know- n ". -- . ARTHUR WILL 8431 MONTGOMERY STREET Home Phone Shawnee 1010 ELECTROTYPERS Louisville, Kj 835 W. Mala St, Home Phone City 6674 SOUTH LOUISVILLE SAVIFGS AND DEPOSIT BANK w:::k-:ww- FRANK A. OHLMANN 000 i Xmas Suggestion Pair of Eyeglasses or Spectacles properly fitted after a careful and scientific exam ination of the eyes would be i the best present you could give, See A East Franklin 9C7-- A Street GROCERIES Cumb. Main AND FRESH MEATS Fourth and Central Aveane Three Per Cent. Paid on Savings Deposits. A General Banking Busi ness Transacted. Home Phone City 2845 BATH'S CAFE AUG. F. RATH, Proprietor Phone City 4131 BERNARD FENZ EVERYFOR YOUR GROCERIES THING THE MARKET AFFORDS Promptness and Satisfaction 441 Bast St. CaUierlae 421 Bast Jefferson Street I Alb, Surplice, Altar Laces For the next three weeks we art going to offer aU of our laces at a liberal discount. This offer le genuine, and It will pay our customers to write us at ones wait ear atoek Is complete. out-of-to- Dr. John P. Becker, & ometrist in his new location, 315 Starks building, third floor corner Fourth and Walnut street. LOUISVILLE,. KY. A complete ,tJMt 428 W.MARKET 20 Year of Practical Daily Exprince. Service the Very Best Prices Reasonable. Hours 8:30 A. M. to 6 P. M. and jby Appointment. OJPJBW ttntiotmUom Ms f Fanritara at am always Mm fewest. Rogers Church Goods Co. 139 awmf ft. S FOURTH AVB. 8ATUKDAY KVKNFNGS TJNTf Phone City 1190 for Apoibtt. -- 9 O'CLOCK Mrs. L.awler was requiem mass. LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. born in County Cork, Ireland, seventy-two years ago, but came to Louisville In her girlhood. 'Besides her husband, Capt. (Michael Lawlor, When in Louisville Store Your Car at the she leaves one daughter, Mrs. Julia McShane, and three sons, M. D. KOERNER & STRADER GARAGE Lawlcr, of New Castle, and James 110 E. Main or 110 W. Mala and Eugene Lawler, of this city: also a sister, Mrs. Bella S. Durst, Gas, Oil and Repairing, Washing o? MItta Yuma, Miss., and twelve and Polishing a Specialty. grandchildren. A devoted wife and Home, City 3481. loving mother and friend, many are mourning her death. OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI AND KENTUCKY RIVER TANK pneumonia caused the Dread death of Miss Catherine Greene, eldJ. S. JONES. Agent est daughter of Mrs. Anna and the late George W. Greene, at her home, Foarth and River, Louisville street. Miss 215 South Twenty-fift- h Green was teacher of telegraphy for the Western Union, and possessed Phones: Mala 9214; City 416 of a lovable disposition she numbered her friends by her acquaintances. She received her early education at the Sacred Heart school and the Louisville Commercial High kfTM- -c art Ahwrmt teto SetatHfeaNy TrwM School. Besides her mother she is Or. Uriah Z. Lftsey survived by the following brothers and sisters: C Joseph Greene, who Chirepediat Is in the service at Camp McCIel-lah: saaw 507 John Greene, of Detroit: sL&C5i0aw. Stark. Georga M Edward P. and Richard BmiMlai Greene, of this city, and Misses Pott Pt..1.. ...IMargaret, Imma and Julia Greene. Services were' held from St. Charles Not only wear warm clothes upon Borromeo churoh Saturday mornlnsr, her bnrlal occurring on the first an- the street, but remember they may be necessary for the house. niversary of that of her father. Home Phone Parkway 350 Cumb. Phone South 2255-- Y WUEST BROS. WEST HILL STREET Manufacturers of Specialties, Uea era! Machino and Model Work Steel Stamping Home Phono, City 6648 934-93- 6 BEUTEL & FREDERICK FLORISTS Flowers for All Occasions. Desiga Work a Specialty. 1 South Brook Street Home, City 322; Cumb.. 8. 222-1220-138A CORNS,BUNIONS INSURE WITH THE n; Lafayette Life Insurance Company to A mutual company. policy-holders. All dividends go - ability. Good agency openings for men of HENRY BREITBART, 408 Republic Building, Louisville, Ky. -- " i- 4 Xr&Lti$&i HSi'S-s, imBj: fvS- - "7 KZEKrorxjOK:r IJ HIIIIMIIII HERMAN STRAUS rOURTH AVCNUe SONS MARKET STREET i WHHt4&&0'ZA i m! iiij&H 3 miiho ihmsv ir jmkiovkt. A 80ift(.4aC4 do- V, iHCaxPOWZD We Give and Redeem (fold Trading Stamps. f '?"'' r(f Evenings. wueu jkt iinr v.v fm m posit small viv - &. .snCiYWLicvcv. "Lr3i&:v hold a will Until Jf Christ- - Sfe mas. rtic any lo lVi Ji jeaevHSMeieaeaeaeaeaeaw ..eaeaeaearr eaeaeaeaeaeae. iaiuiN'7,uvri'',N Ji - INCORPORATED ' THERE ARE ALL KINDS OF TOYS IN We Qive and Redeem Surety Coupons. lmZEtkKKr ISTOYTOWN J down Carriages $5.75 ......................75c Reed Sandy Andy... TO 1.23 X Pllo Drivers down Sots 09c Lead . Soldier .... ...$1.75 . Coon Jiggers ... .75c . to vuc Paint Sets 25c to jiubDor mils isc to $1.00 75c Knitting Sets at. Pianos J9.95 down to. 00c 40c Wood Art Sets 91.00 Piano Stools at $1.00 Sleds fJnmn of Huntors .......75c . Kitchen$3.39 down to Cabinets ?2.ou down $0.50 Clrcils Toys 79c to .......... ........ ..Uwv ca. Roly Poley fl.25 down to......2Dc ' h,s; ;"m- ViJM IU....H91.UU licua complete eo rtn ?1.00 Blackboards on easel J4.50 aowntLaundry Sets 75c 50c to an4 05c Swing Horso3 and Shoo Flies Teddy Bears up from $1.25 .05c Mamma Dolls at........... $13.49 down to............. Coaster Wagons $6.98 down 'And Hundreds of Other Ainus-t- o ing and Indestructible Toys. ....................... ...........$4.08 k. lm L Jit fao m KisxrWh fw flu, Fourth Sfreei m M ic. tv Fir IWJ TOILET Fep a short-hand- le SETS You Will Still. Find Gifts, Indeed, Would Please Woman More Than These. . BIGGEST BARGAINS Af the Smallest Jeweiif Ship On CHRISTMAS SLIPPERS We have a complete stock of Daniel Green Company's famous Felt Slippers $1.50 Women's Comfy Slippers....$2.00 Men's Felt Slippers Men's Leather Slippers; $2.50, Women's Folt Julie ttos; $1.50. $3.50 $3.00 and $2.25 Women's Knit Slippers; in a $2.00 and number of pretty shades; at Children's Felt Slippers; $1.00 $1.00 and $1.50 $1.50 and w i&vwja Let us convince you by making your selection here, and we will save you enough to help? continue your payments on Liberty Bonds and War Savings Stamps. Here Are a Few Special We Are Offering: V nnnnlnn Tilnn-innnintra Genuine Diamond Lavallers DIIhI nnttln a TMamah rt fJLltJiV Plna ' ..,,.( . f f WVUUUIU JitLlllUliU Men's Elgin or Waltham Watches ...T.',Y., Ingcrsoll Radlollto Watches .. Special American Watch T..7..A.... Solid Gold Signet Rings Solid Gold Cuff Buttons V....:...- Solid Gold Baby Rings ..'.,..r. Qllfl ilrt11 taiwlMH Cigarette Cases, Nickel and Alarm IslOCKS v wnitd ivory ciocio Wrist Watches ..".. Children's Wrist Watches Men's Military Radlollto Wrist WatcIIesI Ladlcss' Gold-Filled ....fc $ 7.50 to 4.50 to 0 .,......,,.... .. -- U to to Aft in 10.00 to 2.75 to 1.50 5.D0 10.00 to $75.00 6.00 35.00 150.00 75.00 10X10 Si? 25.00 5.50 7.5 , 4.00 to 2.50 to ;'j5.,'i",v, Miiif,ajttttitii 50.to 1.00 to 15 to 2.50 to to tefe g 4.50 5.00 KKyA i :; Diamond Headquarters Y X 9 We Also Handle A Full Line Of Gold Filled Jewelry At Prices To Fit? Any Pocketbook. Don't forget it's the smallest place on Fourth Street. THE RADIUS Jewelry Shop MATT IRION & SONS 404-40- 6 SSSSzxZl 408 South Fourth Street. Next to Rex Theater. i . OPEN EVENINGS. WEST MARKET STREET Ivory Toilet Sots; tho celebrated Dubarry patterns; tho Bot consists of 16 pieces, Including tho largo bonnet mlrrow and tray; put up In olaborato caso. Prlco $00.(10 Ivory Toilet Sets; in Dubarry patterns; tho sot consists of 14 pieces, Including mirror and tray; put up In handsome case. prfco $40.00 Ivory Toilet Sets; with largo bonnet mirror; a set In Dubarry patterns; put up In handsomo case. Prlco 836.00 Ivory Toilet Sets; In Louis XVI. patterns; put up In handsomo leather caso with roso color lining; a set with mirror. Pi.ico 35.00 Ivory Toilet Sets; in Louis XVI. patterns; a very handsome set, consisting of 11 pieces, with black inlay work; in handsome case Price 835.00 Ivory Toilet Sets; In Louis XVI. patterns; consisting of comb, brush and mirror with black Inlay; put up In leather caso. Prlco 20.00. Ivory Pyralln Sets; In plain patterns with largo, round mirrors, with tray and all necessary pieces; put up In handsomo cases: 16 pieces In set. prico 835.00 Set, round mirror....... . ...825.00 Set, bonnet mirror. .(..817.50 Toilet Sets; In Pyralln Ivory; consisting of. three pieces put up In white caso; 'Targe bonnet mirror. Prlco 810.00 Other Ivory Toilet Sets; of from threo to twelvo pieces In plain and fancy shapes; put up In attractive cases. Prices 87.50 to $15.00 Military Sets; of Pyralln ivory and consisting of threo and four pieces; plain, concavo backs; Dubarry patterns and black inlay. Prices $7.50 to S20.00 Ebony Military Sets; consisting of two brushes, put up In leather- ette cases. Prices $3.50 to $0.50 Manicure Sets; In plain, Dubarry and Louis XVI. patterns. Prices $3.50 to $20.00 Painted Ivory Toilet Sets; gold and silver trimmed; consisting of three, four and twelvo pieces; very beautiful. Prices 84.00 to $17.50 12-pIe15-pIe- co short-hand- lo 14-pie- ' ' Jewelers and Opticians GOODS LAID ASIDE ON PART PAYMENT OPEN EVERY NIGHT TILL XMAS &4Mi4a0MMa0t)t UTCLIFFE'S 220 S. Fourth Ave. Out of TEN DEPARTMENTS chuck full of suitable gifts you will surely find what you want. Velocipedes mm Z xkxkx::wk 2 A 1- -2 Established 1872 Hi rm Coffee, $Mm5krM rfTi r 'i 'I triri r L'9Aa 4ir-- 4t FOURTH AVENUE 67 Mulloy's New Blend Coffee osroxB CTU.S GIFT FOOTWEAR HEADQUARTERS There is a pleasure in giving a thoughtful gift that is no less than the joy with which it is j received. B f ' Lbs. For 75c ss xsowk ros xxs QCaXXTT. car Sold Automobiles Doll Cabs JOHK M. Importer K. MXJJLVE,OY I. A. Direct to Consumer. sis w. xdJUCKX st. iMvamaxa, XX, Return this advertisement with remittance and we will ship Coffee by Parcel Poet, all charges prepaid. and Roastar of nigh Grade Inter-Southe- rn Life Insurance Co. JAMES R. DUFF1N, President. IOuisvujLe, icy. d, "rmm- - Scooters Trains On Track Toy Furniture Dolls Steam Engines Game Boards Toy Pianos Airplanes Games Soldiers Blocks Sleds Safety Razors , Pocket Knives Soldier Kits Manicure Sets J?rash Lights Thermos Bottles Kodaks Golf Sets Boxing Gloves Footballs Air Rifles Sweaters Exercisers Card Sets Columbia Bicycles ... THE SOUTH'S FINEST USHOE STOREv "i "lr ,v -- jiBKl' .RfUaJM jBuKBK 'M , u Jr medium-sizeWhy noftnko an agency for a conservatively managed clean, progressive company, whoso treatment of agents and policyholders and whoso standing and courtesies with all of tho American Lifo Insurance- Companies give It a position of tho very" highest rank? - Watches Juvenile Bicycles . iT HARVEY-JELLIC- O (INCORFORATXD) CAPITAL, RESERVE AND SURPLUS FOR PROTEC TION OF POLICYHOLDERS MORE THAN $4,500,000 Deposit with tho Stato of Kentucky under tho Compulsory Deposit Law moro than $4,600,000. Excess deposit over all requirements $1,000,000, or 20 per cent, more than tho law requires. with For good, clean agency contracts your renewal commissions, so own and have an independthat you may build up a business of ent permanent Income, addroso tho (Home Office of tho Company. INTER-SOUTHER- N ffi9oHB. MaamBaaHBBVBHMiiDaiHiMniM COAL CO. DISTRIBUTORS OF THE NO BETTER GIFT THAN A PAIR OF LIFE OP GOOD WORKS. Many of the residents of St. Irouis Bertrand's parish mourn the death of Mrs. Mary. Hackmlller, who died Saturday after a linger- &f$t444 TEMPORARY LIFE INSURANCE CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE rr jgB KuJtK".4BHB KTSSK. 'V?'! WV';w',;; aaflHB9HM i'rmk ? aexmmm wmmszm jktm House Slippers Or Shoes FOR MOTHER OR FATHER FROM tisgStiSSSM!S&m ur Fifth and Market Capita! and Surplu- s- $1,700,000 Three Per Cent. Interest Paid Oor. On Time Deposits iflHBMniXMi 1fi3'3WH4 'John S. A. P. Jamea B. Brown.... 'Henry J. AngermeIer..VIce James J. IIayes......Vlce Vice .C. M. S. Hebel Oscar Ramser.JV8et. Akers......Cashier A. Block....Asst. Cashier Cashier President President President President THE Spalding Shoe Co Eighteenth and Maple. ing illness. Fof the past twenty-flv- e years she had been one of tho foremost figures In that parish In works for church and charity and bad endeared herself to young and old alike. She was also an active niembor of the Altar Society and Third Order of St. Dominic. Mrs. by three Hackmlller is survived sons, William H., George H. and John H. The funeral took place from the family residence, 1033 Seventh street, Monday morning at 8:45 .o'clock, and from St. Louis Oertrand's church at 9 o'clock. May her soul rest In peace. MANY NEW MEMBERS. OfflCE Owing to fire at our mill, temporary office will be open to business at our branch yard, High Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coai S6.65 PJSR TON. Place your next order with us. Terms cash. FIRST GUARANTEED STOGK. S.SO Thennold PL CI. These Uxm a all first rasraatMl Tbermold Wi, CI. l.fS took, wtta aasa aad amM aamb 10.96 Thennold PI. CL 32xU Thennold PL Bs. 11.11 We aoliolt a call to laayeet oar atook 11.9 Tfeernold Na. Bs. at both atrK Main Office Louisville Tire and Rubber Co, (BO 0. TITTX BT. Retail Branch Main 10J9 , MS S. TXZSS ST. Incorporated SOzS SOzS SOxSl ..... ....... .... city1?!8 CAMPBELL & FEHR AVENUE (Qloklor &Eckstcnkempor's old yard.) n HOLLHIOJACH'S WOE HOUSD TEX PHIL. nOLLKNlAOH CO ieoitroHXTM DlsUUan Ot OLD FORTUNA SSS W. Mala S4. SOUK MAMB Lomlairllle, Liberty Insurance Bank TEMPORARY QUARTERS SOUTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND MAIN. At the close of the men's mission in St. Louis Bertrand's .church Sunday evening 145 new members We Are Out of the High Rent Dia. were received into the Holy Name chapby triot Bad Cab Save You Moaay. Society the Rev. R. O. Lyons, addisociety. This new lain of tion makes the loeal society the OPEN EVENINGS. largest south of the Ohio river. PERFECT FITTING COLLEGE MUSIC OHEAOnKR. 13arda-tow- Carl k. Hollenbach, Prop. Importer and Sealer In WINES AND LIQUORS Home City 653 Cumb. Main 653-A. Home Phone 1191 144 goatli Third Street "nOLLSNBAOH" PURE) RYS y. Hundreds are joining aur War Savings Club. One dollar's n at St. Joseph's Collaga worth of Blue Ribbon Garden Seed free with every new savings SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES has secured the services of deposit of $1.00 or more. Club limited to 1.000 members. Prof. Edward Morbaea, the well i CITY MILL AND Where the Quich Meal Comes In toigfcieetj Wham tha work UfkUet; ta Meal jThera tb coked beet Where th raafc taa4 the tee the where Jrht's Heal' "Qaklc Qwtak Maal Gaa RbsAm Sold, Iaatallea aaa WlHrt Uw u Ji .Jv EJUBL. Where work la ejaleKlj W doae; Where cooking aeemi real ibb; Where baldag givea 4 Oculists' Prescriptions. light; Where drudge to eat e SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY sight IXCOXfOXATXD That's tfct where Fourth and Chestnut. "Quick Meal" COSTLY OlIATHL. cn) LUMBER CO. as known Louisville banamaater, Instructor of musle. Prof. Mor-bach enjoys an enviable reputation as a music teaeher, asd no doubt will have an excellent eollage or chestra ere Ions;. KETURN BE SURE TO CALL FOR FRED ERHART ARCHITECT McKENNA WtHU XHW MNH. Hlihly RewnaiMJtJ GEHER & SON, 215 W. MARKET ST. Boraheae ohapal in iUa 4n ! ffi iitiiti t Q 1(X9 eoat originally $10,0e0,000. The 9 and wife have gone to Havana. Cuba, where NORTON BUILDING the genial Colonel la employed with the Racing Association. yIt goea- - 11. W.Ctrner Fetirth Mi Jefferson wlthout saying that QoL Barrett win return wnn a new iwe oil "bull" from the )xH of taeij Washington to be with their par- Jents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. aenorltae and bal flints. I Folav. for the holidays. Mrs. Ben who has been with them FRANJCPQJWEJ the Col George B. Bairatt WHISKY "IT IS ALWAYS PURE. JG-abbar- A JO. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky, mmmmmmmmmmmmi