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LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY IrI j h American - 1600 Taxlcab, Auto, INCORPORATE) BOTH PHONES Private Ambulance Leelsville Carriagt sad Taxkab Co. MEMBER 21, 1918. PRICE FIVE CENTS. IRELAND'! vSHaaunYjS "jMBHtXl '1". jftvTwft1' iu3Bfi PMjjff iky Cardinal O'Connell, of Boston, re Garden, New- York. For Justice and Freedom Convincingly Pii to Immense Audience at Madw i r BIKmUIBmI yi IQWiiff v c'l'; Til CaL "m Hi1 iflCiii ?1il!lWlBMMy fis35iHialaaaaaH!"X Ireland the Oldest Nation and the Longest Aims Will Be Complete' and the Test of Sincerity of. War's oytho Green Isle. A PROFOUNDLY CHRISTIAN NATION! IDLINGS TO THE LAWS OF GOD lar": ?A.aaK ?i!v lriAljr? aanMal vsK? Pro3aavSI&& 'h.- - 7 of Boston, j ho who fancies 1 tho Cardinal O'Connell, IBpeaco war ,s " following address at delivered tho will apepar on i time has - r, a o ir.ji tolfe him. rtlfw Inot umnlr nruntlnp n otrnnir " great aiSlllUSKl :,irar is TO COMMAND THE OCCUPATION OP GERMAN TERRAIN. and able plea for Justice and freo- - No. r unless now, J S:rlkhtful . . ,1 hi 9 M. . - dom for .. and paid a glowing rplrni nvor fhn vuo uui;u ucolBuail;s, us JI.A MM na U iu Tne American xmru Army V . v ..- - o ..,.,....,, r ...u,...w . wcu. in.- vuo 11 Will JJO unuer CUpatlOn. iuiucumw uctuuu ui mnmuni man. Photo shows tho General on. horsoback reviewing his troops .Church. Hla Eminence spoko aa gjg ? peace will RUhlncd. "Somewhere In Franco." I"1,1.8.,,.. ,.,.,J. .tu ... its- - 4t was lustles7 -JHanlty i xu iiuuu.y jiciuiuK uu be peated urgent Invitations of your fought, and hum ready to go on himself bound to remain within tho ,.,T1m0 lercer A CHRISTMAS AVISH. ..nt horn k sway. this significant meeting . tonight. I wars until Justly shots. Wherever there Is sickness to the of duty have T LXiIi i; ei,liifP hT. alone. listenedtho case advicepresented "? "Ul VCUB"i; ' Diplomacy which itterly May Santa Claus bring health; . was ,.As opinion toward this . No . to ,t corld Wherever there Is poverty .i.i.: willnreservo the txM Pontiff has left tho Vatican since rr v Ing !t not succeed May Santa Clans bring wealth. .1871 as a protest against the occu "T..: TIndernftalii'1 back. :t and Wherever one Is weeping fonnulas May tears to smiles glvo way, SSSSn??.80"19 b7 th6 ItallaD GV-- 1 obligation to my faith, my country cool Phrases n footten :; Wherever sadnes3 hovers mi 'and my race. When tho voice of "L " 'v purposes, n ev now May joy come Christmas day. irmiindi nT? appearca that sacred trinity of motives calls. 'ls ow, mysterirt hear the In oC ele- !?5Ja.l. -- -uu -- ..uiuuy wmea , conscifinco mental forces tr urgeat-lto To every heart that's aching . ro' i lanuular- May peace and comfort come, irS"1-.matter what "the cost" or the sacrT burst through tMft , tirMag to "a,iil";,:r'..M.UBO".u" V."? w. a v, non i,0mn0n ,.- - les of a decadents And may an outlook rosy t .w wmw nrmiPFiT m firnr imf. .innn wnpn rna n. oeh??"what Supplant each outlook glum. L 'J1 ?,iim Vatican issued a denial to a. report venience, conventionality and duty. t tiysay. ...- May friends now separated in Cnnniait uontiroiicio a ujio i ii avn w uiiuuioii n Atir.n n nw. 4nnt- iuo Tin. RinTld. - manfl inv cnDice. anu ncro i atrlvlnlT o Willi Soon united be, iwnB ' of would leavo Rome for Spain. utuuu It top, the And every one find gladness "The Irish people through all the aB,zinB .m.1"fl uuuo !en that Upon ills Christmas tree. painful vicissitudes of their history """"- STRONG REBUKE. 'trlvlnK hnvo . ,. . , ..w m . w v.oon fnittifni no Tin nttinr honest men. ma b..&l., :HIkimm' of Tin In i .'nannla Mv. nil vw wnrlrl n vu 10 aniCUUlte 1? YOUNG MFE ENDED. ., , , ., Anthony Matro has issued irwvw (vu rMclr Waded. w" ,no . stinging rcbUKe to a. Kruse, PrMi- - Christian , faith. The most Christian in,, help the i to lie j Tho death of (Miss 'Mary Rose 1, wMljungo recover itself: ik ha Toa.imnTlv OTJ nt Fitzgerald from dread pneumonia dent of tho Hotel Radlsson at Minne- rm low unl- on Tuesday of last week, after only apolls, for .his Insulting remarks onoinie3, is Ireland. When her chil- - tho holo tottortj ' uiiuiuuy. Illness, came as a great upou jrupo peueuiui, wuitu ruiieui dren. fleelne from an intoleraolo a week's "America is f shock to the many who know and upon all Catholics. Secretary Matro condition of servitude under a for-were eia domination of all freemen, teal theater sty chngs. young girl m insists nruses statements loved this bright ana came ln pitiable exllo to these But even Amer yfo. Retiring and humble in her througn ignorapce or malice, l.uoi eMily hnrfia. of... frfie '.America. thev escaDQi- a moVeii manner, nevertheless she made enasnis letter wun me rouowiug; . vlrVitt Ta" all rna trftflrt aYtontlno o'. friends bv Aher fri brlzht and cheerful '. JS-jrna.tftMijJjrMfirtKir - Hows, ..! " - Jj IiXr-- ' .u fit .lFnt II wi.ral.v,k- - z !e1mrclT ln Dentup Jonging In tha- hearta of a Ml Mj "matter in the dozen nations for thev right to rule. t AJUUnJ-OimttiomonWna fVha Annrrt nf "UkW .u. tji1IU A1.IMM mi tnn.fl nTni r.V"."S: h- VT"a a'dopted' "daughter of Mr. and Mrs. chould make 'tush an uncalled Tor 7" Russia, patient for cen- devotIon ot mill,ona Henry C. Bach, of 4804 Grand o children of Erin? boulevard, and to them tho heartstatement m T not mado Is It pos- - turles, have rushed madly Into tho felt sympathy of their friends Is Ifthe extended. Miss Bach was a devout ollci patrons ana to catholics in b " Zitr,i. ii "'" .:n un.o . ifuoumg1 Xr v"?" member of Holy Name church. KUlliy "! lUllllUii ia iuul lu lliu iffc irniii al will bo Jn ordor." out tho older forms. Obviously heroic generosity of tho Irish wo to therefore wo aro at the end of a owo such glorious monuments WILL VISIT POPE. INDOOR BASEBALL. beautiful period, and a now ono Is beginning. faith as the Buperbly . wonderful city. It is strango that when Poland and ,i n,,.,!,,..1 Cathedral of this From Paris it Is cabled that whllo ,of and the Czechs and tho dedicated to Ireland's patron President Wilson has not announcll of Indoor baseball was Playodnnd erected by tho sacrUlceg ofsaint Soma and the Serbs and tho h,3 Slovaks positively that he will visit EoygBamo sons and daughters? What Ukrainians' aro clamoring for Benedict, It now seems proifable Saturday evening at Trinity s known-th- at ell, Y. M. I., between teams com- - ia true of this noblest Christian tlonal rights and national recognl-th- e ho will do so. Pope ds anxiou3 to receive tho posed of married and slnglo men of shrlno In America's greatest city tlon that Ireland, for full seven Raymond Barrett Is B equally true of thousands and centuries dominated by a foreign President, and tho Vatican officials the council. have announced that tho visit may captain of the former and John L. thousands of humbler fanes in rule acquired only by force, and of em- bumvan or tno latter team, una humbler communities all over tho oven today exorcised by force. be made without danger barrassment because of tho differ- Ecore was 33 to 11 In. favor of the iand Can any of- us among the should now more than" over call -Tno battery for the ,m,. ences between the Vatican and tho single men. etion nnnn tha wnrirr hut moot nr nil Qulrinal. It Is likely that it .tresi '"J.li110? was, a,?,V. BaS',t f'and Inactive when there is at stake upon America, as tho 'bountiful dent Wilson goes to Romo ho will C. Kirchdorfer and William Schlach- - tho welfare of the peop,e to whom mother df freedom, to help her visit tho Qulrinal Palaco a3 tne RrtvZX n ?Pt? wo owe our very dally bread and regain tho treasure stolen from will? King Victor Emanuel. Afguest of her and '?Babe full hat umXd rof Is nobelters us?length, no session ofreinstate her inliberty. pos-Ifgo to the American terward he will her complete legitimate "There to the satisfaction o?Pbofh' Embassy, where ho will be met by of the the rector and students Prelate and enkindled, various tribes and American Ecclesiastical College. The game was the homo run of J. C. Prlest of a?d America should not be Hies of the human race beheld as with the bases filled. convey to tho President rector will wnu ana iv via.m iU Popo Benedict's desire to seo him. As both teams have won two games Biau tno nappy xo go wnen ino cry separate uw consideration Is it any children of the tho next cama will bo hotly con- - Pf If President Wilson goes to Car- tested people of Ireland, the Gael comes to us, and when wonder that the Vatican he will also call upon as now, oeroro tno triounai or tne ioo, nun even a clearer ana a dinal Gasparrl, Papal Secretary of g inwhole world, tho sacred caUse of stronger vision of their DEDICATED. State, who will return tho call upon justice to every nation and every horltance? Embassy on tho President at the iTiixUpatod to thn OiioAn nt Paspi.. people is to oe given a pumic near-"Ireland's position as a nation is behalf of the Pope, who can not, by precedent, leave the Vatican. This tho new chapel at Hog Island, tho ,nS- - II ls because tho people of nothing new which tho war ha3 ncyi luoir just succeeueu in creating, .Never was the programme followed when great shipbuilding plant of the oi"u imvu auivmuty Klne Edward VH. visited tho King Federal Government and center of sacred word, given to their groat since the day her crown was stolon goes war activity, near Philadelphia, apostle, to bo faithful to Peter's sue- - has she ceased to claim it back. In and tho Pope. If the President to Rome It probably will be after was solemnly blessed by Archbishop cessor as they would bo faithful to every century for 700 years by pro- Christ, that thoy have felt the heel te3t, by appeal, by Parliament, by Christmas, as King Victor Emmanuel Dougherty. despot mercilessly arms, when other means seemed of a foreign will bo in Paris until December 23. grinding them down Into tho very futile, but In any event by ono Yes, let us means or another as she found It in dust of humiliation. WOMEN SERVE WILSON. : r-- i L5 say It frankly and openly, for it is her power to use them, Ireland hat mw ." .l& t !. Jr,Ji S tho truth it is tho fidelity of Ire- - never failed to keep alive her own Mrs. Anna Hamilton, of Limerick,-Irelanzzyi t&i r? ' .!? all she holds most sacred ? was chosen to serve tho v. HfcvLifv land tohas been tho chief Cause of dense of It distinct nationhood, and which Impress as palpably as conditions President and Mrs. Wilson during her offending. would allow upon a listening world. the voyages on the George Wash"Are wo whoso HVes are dedl-'A- s a profoundly Christian nation ington to and from France, as a cated to the eternal principle of she has clung to the law of God In representative of the Knights of Ireland has become a all these demonstrations of her loy- .which Columbus. Mrs. Hamilton will wear martyr among the nations, so bitten alty to Tiorself. Rarely, very rarely the chevrons of tho K. of C, while by mere worldly Interests as to be Indeed, has sho permitted and even ministering to the President mute ln this day when all tho cruelty to goad her Into forget- has Mrs. Hamlton Mrs. Wilson. world of brutal might ls summoned ting it. But ever and always every seen service at the front as a Into court? God forbid! In God'3 method she adopted, every leader nurse, and has been on three ships name let us now speak out fear- -. who spoke her cause, every victory attacked by submarines since tho lessly for God's cause, for the won, every defeat suffered, every outbreak of the war. She wa3 cause of Justice to all weak and weapon used, every strategy do- stewardess with tho Balfour mission Btrong, small and great, or let Ua B!gned ever and ever and ever tho to tho United States. Mrs. Annlo be forever silent. If we look back came ultimate purpose ls clearly Glasscott, Mrs. Mary Simpson and upon what has happened during the visible, and that purpose ls tho Mrs. Vera Stuart .will attend other .last four years we shall see that vindication of Ireland's right to members of tho Presidential party. accepted as government only by consent of the C. conditions, hitherto They also will wear tho K. of unpermanent governed. That is the principle and absolutely overseas Insignia. Each of the changeable, have been so com- -' which ultimately won America's stewardesses has seen war service pletely and entirely transformed freedom, and It Is because America and each one has a son in , the that almost nothing remains of understands that principle that service. They were appointed by to remind us of what onco land today relies upon America to because df Commander Perkins stood as firm as Gibraltar. It Is as echo it throughout the world for their special experience as shlp'a If the elemental forces had sud-- , Ireland's liberty. Is It the Bolshe-denl- y stewardesses Tho stewardesses. asserted themselves and had vlkj only who are to be care of by the K. ot will be taken overun the earth. Tho edged as frpe? Is It because, being O. Secretaries when ln 'France, and kaleidoscope of the world has been Catholic, the Irish people repudiate the K. of C. overseas Secretaries shaken and the bits of colored Bolshevism that they are now to be will be placed at the disposal of glass ln the child's toy have rushed repudiated and their Just claim for- the Presidential party. into new combinations which puzzle gotten and neglected? Let them tho eyes of our brain. One after beware In time who lencouraea hv NOT CONFIRMED YET. and wirds today be- i (turned and empires have fallen, fore thB court of. t world aiich prow dispatch An unconfirmed tD,80''der tliM. b.rken 00a uPn the dangerous conclusion) from Rome to the press of last Sun- GENERAL MADE A MARSHAL ca"-'-" : . " reaiiy true Luiac ms oiooa Vuwor .. --, ".u uuw day contains the following, which Gen. Petaln mo wuiuiauuwu; groaier iusu iiib iQrces ui anarcny or minions ns neen anea mat will be, of istamt to the Catholic Chief1 of the French armies, made prevails all Hurooe all the world rleht alon should riile the World. , world: ' a Marshal of France by the French t will be' shaken to the foundatldns and that h msMtar af He led his troops into of civlliaatlon. force, inlght, wHM Ja many places to abandon a raatom of nearly haltCablaet. -Tne great war is over now, but beida CMrmaay mm aorauMiMi toe eoaslder'wew ia m a eeotsry xt. v.i, sai 1 ....) H M '- ""-..,- i fate of millions of human belnra. should be deposed forever? Is that really true? Is the law of lustlce to be honestly applied to all, or is UNITED STATES MISSION TO TRANCE. n Al.nl. If iki fen own uiccu u uauajtv. .A 1.1,1a . tb r uc Btlll MAA1 lu lliuo L0D left to right Mr. House, who is now In Franco: indefensible, selfish Dumoses and to George Creol. Bottom row, loft to bo dlanensed ad libitum jrovarn- - Newton D. Baker, Robert Lansing, Tumulty, Charles E. Hughes and David P. Houston. In ments feel inclined and to obsorvo flght-nJoa- eph or Ignore as they like? Was tho tho centor President Wilson and his wife. 1 Jln. -- Ir-Jb- l ,"?dll,H?in'.thie ,a t,. ' .. "', "t't"":":J!fr" . -- "" uQ toowomul f.!,-,-.- !----- --- ".I7" iluLS u,v ,. ,i. , y , .. iv .iJJi , m . f, . --- , i,r ertl , I - VRjPJ-s&5-!.'"!t:M- ll.MOlFl L-. vTra"? . " ,. "JlMftiilI&VJ?' ,W nun i.a Liiak .re ui tt. orlnclDles and Influences and hu- man agencies by which the world Is held ln order. This war, we wero again and again bv all tho3o for tho conduct of tho war, was for Justice to all, for tho Inviolable rights of small nations, tho inalienable right, inherent every nation, of t.i i,iJijjUi l. v a- CHILD'S CHRISTMAS SONG! Trinity church. Mrs. Dphorty and her two daughters, Misses Estella and' Eva Doherty, lived at 1512 Lord, I'm just a little boy, Born ono day like you. Kast Spring street. They were all taken ill with influenza ten days And I'vo got a mother dear before, And a birthday, too. But my birthday cornea In spring, When the days aro long FATHER DANIEL CURRAN. And the robin In the tree Tho Rev. Fnther Daniel Curran. Wakens me with song. f. 0no of the best known priests in Since tho birds aro all away; Lord, when you aro born, Bridget's " solemn duty of all of us, especially Indiana, founder of St. Let your angels waken mo of those of us whoso duty It is to ?h"rfcnh'j On your birthday morn. I Z?i VS? t&SSwK hold up before all alike The great JS ?n Lord, I'm just a little boy, 2SS8S. dKelng-Wtwhich alono mankind can "$ve, to pllcation' Hidden ln tho night, 0f diseases. Ho had been Let jour angels spy mo out Long before It's light. such a camo Albany two weeks ago crisis we forfeit forever our from to Now Hot springs, where he had T would be tho first to wake right to bo listened to by honest Epent several "months for tho bene- And the first to raise mcl1, fit nf his health. Father Curran was In this quiet house of ours Songs' of lovo and praise. "If faith Is to survive this hour a brother of tho Rev. Charles Cur-universal groping and striving, ran pastor of Holy Trinity church You shall hear me first, dear Lord, Blow my Christmas horn; the men of faith must speak. If in New Albany. Father Curran was they aro silent now, then whose tho fevonty-seve- n years old and was a LeT your angels waken me blame if all faith perishes from the native of Crescheen, County Claro, On your birthday morn. earth?., I that .then th real T. jA. DalyK ; to 'tit oountry .with 'to ftjy-rr.- . y tiUf. itmnta :wba he ? " tea years f 'AC'S'", . r 'old. 'He wa.rwd t Snca Falls, . . DON'T IISS MASS. for Um Vfmdfrr$Fm great war a conflict for true free dom under right for all alike, or was it a grim hoax played upon tho Ingenuous by tho shrewd manlpu- lators of clever phrases? These aro nil questions which any man in the streets who has ears can hear today. The world of honest, trust ful men is waiting for tho answer. and woe to tho world if that answer bo not honest, frank and true. Surely since tho peace of tho world . H 4, ; ?,n'J o fcX of .l. . 5KEueUobt "'"t for-'tha- nlrl lil " "" " --- .,,.,, . i Couu-.fmf- ui na-th- at It-i- ! !,- tra t t0 nted , I long-sufferi- bi I age-lon- 1 ( d, i r liiMmK I -' Ire-the- m acknowl-complete- ly ,t iii J ht-H- ut loxr :i wi. St Plsl at Stl-- Joha'a LWerft'te?ITaiuBlftea; 'seaa? church In Indianapolis, September ollc defection. Human respect socle-told C, 1874, ln tho same class with dal, mixed marriages, secret Biehop Denis O'Donaghue and tho Ties, bad Hterarturo and evil lato Rev. John B. Kelly, who was ciatlons have slain their thousands; pastor of Holy Trinity church In New mass musing has slain Its tens of Albany for many years. His first thousands. It has been a blight up-fassignment was at Greensburg, Ind., on Catholicity, and by breeding gen-I- n and later ho was assoclato rector of oral Indifference It has encouraged ISt. John's church in Indlanapoll3 spoliation and plunder on the part Hon. years before he founded St. of politicians; who rightly believe "The purposo of this meeting iuui night is very specific. Tho war Bridget's church ln that city. Tho peoplewiey aavo noimns to xear irom who do not think enough of can ho Justified only by the unl- - boly was taken to Indianapolis Mon- their relig on to versal application of those prlncl- - day and the funeral service was he d Sunday. It has turn o scandalized believer pies. Lot that application begin in St. Bridget's church ln that city and unbeliever alike, and supplied with Ireland. Ireland ls the oldest Wednesday morning. an additional argument ln support nation' and tho longest sufferer. If of the pernicious doctrlno that ono LOOK WITn HOPE. these principles aro not applied in religion is as good as another. It her case, no matter what else may Despite tho many war demands has ever been tho first step on tho be done, there will be no completo downward road that leads to tho JuBtico, no genuine sincerity believ and othor difficulties, the annual lrro- loss of faith, apostasy - Hglon; ln short, it Is and basic able and tho war not bringing jus shows that St. Lawrence Instltho tice will not bring poace. Who was tuto for Working Boys has held Its . woaknees, tho parent sin, at whoso It who by tho enunciation of these own durlnc tho oast yoar. meeting ',innr nimnet nvrv rn-nt great principles united tho peoples all expenses but accumulating no day Catholic defection can. rightly 11 surplus, ut iiiu waviu suuenug cm nit xne laumui uruiuvrs uuu be laid. was our own President once Wil- - boys of that Institution are looking son or America, now Wilson or the forward tto the usual Christmas IRISH AND RED CROSS. Tomorrow ho lands at nations with great anticipation, and Brest Brest, the very port out it ls to be hoped that tho good peo- A Dublin press dispatch says from which Count Arthur Dillon plo of Louisville will kindly remem-salle- d during the past year thousands that of with his three thousand Irish ber these deserving homeless boys Irish people have learned to know troops to aid America to obtain on Christmas day. and love America better, through tho from England tho very principle of work ln Ireland of tho Homo Servwhich today Ire RED CROSS BENEFIT. ice Department of tho American Red land demands, and which wo of Cross. About a third of tho cases America, ln accordance with the Tho pupils of Presentation Acad- with which Homo Service deals ln principles enunciated by our Presi- emy will entertain with a musical Europe are those of people ln Iredent, today also aro determined by programme tomorrow and Monday land who are dependents of Amerevery legitimate ana lawful Chrls- - .evening and tho proceeds will be ican soldiers. To deal with these "an means to aiuireiana to ootain. glven t0 tho Rea Cross fund casee, American Red Cross committees wero established ln LondonFor Ireland equally with America Tickets of admission twenty-fiv- e derry, Belfast and Dublin; with "visfought ln this conflict for right. cents. itors" at Queenstown and Cork. "America has fought ln this war not for selfish alms. She has given her best blood, her hardest GOOD TRANSPORT RECORD. toll and her enormous wealth and With tho consent of the Navy Deln return gets not one foot of soil, partment, the office of Vice Adnot a single material gain. She has miral Gleaves, commander of the a right to demand that for which cruiser and transport force, made alone sho has made such trepublic figures showing exactly tho mendous sacrifices Justico to all. proportionate share of troop3 conLet the test of sincerity bo Ireland. veyed to Franco in American vesthat Then wo will "be convinced army ot Of the sels. entire truth still lives. Ireland must bo 2.079,880 men taken over, the allowed to tell the world freely lakaaHaBc3& ' jTaBPP per cent, were statistics show 46 what sho wants, how she wishes to B ships, 48 carried in Amorlcan Speak up, Ireland: bo governed. In British and the remainder ln make the world hear you I Wake up, French and Italian vessojs. Of the, England, for tho world is watching total strength of the naval escort you! guarding all these convoys the "Mav God grant that tho voice por United States furnished 82 of Ireland bo heard and that at per cent, cent., Great Britain 14 peace, entering Europe last per cent. and France 3 through Ireland's freedom, brlns even to England its blessings and Its fruits, I firmly believe that the ADOPTED UNIQUE, METHOD. facc3 day that England honestlr Catholic Montreal, forced to close her full duty to Ireland and fulfills its churches llko most other cities it faithfully, God will bless her as sho has not known his blosslncs for of tho United States and Canada many centuries. For as with the In the infuenza epidemic, adopted a aaaanmarai!HPliul unique of method of bringing God's Individual soul, so with tho soul of blessing to the people. At tho coma nation a clear consclenco 13 tho only door to happiness." mand of Archbishop Bruchesl, the great Bourdon of Notre Dama church pealed forth and every parMOTHER AND DAUGHTER. ish priest entered tho sanctuary to celebrate ma& ton his people, while Miss Eva C. Doherty, thirty-fou- r ln every household tho people gathVMra nli?. rilnrl TiVMnv mnrnln? nf In- ered to pray. Then the priests o :...... t.j j tt i.- -i walked or rode through the streets New Albany, twenlv-fou- r hours aftef ,.. n.nh. ir with the Blessed Sacrament and ini,,t as the latter blessed the peoplo widow of J. E. Doherty, died of the BOTTLED UP came to the doors, many of them fame disease. The funeral of Mrs. Capt. Carpenter, V. C, of British carrying lighted tapers. Pedestrians Doherty. which had been announced the k! v.m bottled un German dropped to their knees r off., mnlnin., navy, who the submarine base atiBlessed Sacrament went by. aa Areh- at tutTw, until a double funeral of mother Zeebrugge, arrived here last week bishop Brucheel participated ln the louxuour geremuuitw, and daughter waa held at Holy on a visit. Blfehow De. asso-rcsponsli or i ro-no- tt. mMB-;iri-'Mmi- Mji)1H.,ady. iiii iiii i . i.a maul . v m iii vbvi iwnMwrvjanim ,i i m hwiii m iiiii w t rt m t. d. .' JMV'H i 'JralHQH ir....t wn-e- vtv ibtnv ' jas:i33aDXTOKr5r xxfeX&x: L ajs&ejz.ioaj& ;-- 4 'fcflftHNF-iP- Christmas eve. ' fiaLfliiiP small do posit will HS. any KwSsSS&v Snp?7&C&v hold article . 4& flikaw A 5" .U J; chr,,t- - In the glow of crimson light; The tiny scarlet stockings, With a hole la the heel and toe, Worn by wonderful Journeys Tho darling have to go. And heaven pity tho children Wherever their home may be, Who wake with the first gray dawnj Qod bless the little stockings All over the tend tonight, Hung In the choicest corners, .v fZ&is ,y JIere-- Gift t I t ing, An empty stocking see Left in the fltk of childhood, Hanging assttast the wall, Just where the .dazzling glory Of Santa's light will fall. You Will Still Find tht Street BIGGEST BARGAINS Af the Smallest Jewelry Shop On Fourth fin I ill I Alas, for the Jongely mother, Whose home is empty and still, Who has no se&rlet stockings With childish toys to fill; Who sits In the deepening twilight, And grieves for Oh. ffi EC S IB With face asjalnst the pane, the little baby Whose grave Is out in the rain! sVm JSb&k I w 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. Hero Are a Few Specials We Are Offering: Ladles' Gold-FillWrist Watches Children's Wrist Watches Men's Military Radlollto Wrist Watches Genuine Diamond Rings Genuine Diamond Lavallers Genuine Diamond Stick Pins Men's Elgin or Waltham Watches Ingersoll Radlollte Watches SDCclal American Watch Solid Gold Signet Rings Solid Gold Cult Buttons Solid Gold Baby Rings Solid Gold Earrings Cigarette Cases, Nickel and Sterling Alarm .Clocks White Ivory Clocks ed Ml $ 7.50 5.50 10.00 to 4.50 to to to 75.00 4.00 to 10.00 10.00 to 25.00 5.50 2.75 to 1.50 0 to $75.00 5.00 35.00 150.00 If I I empty shoes and stockings, Forever laid aside; Oh, the tangled, broken shoestrings That will never more bo tied! Oh, the little grave at the mercy Of the cold December rain! Oh, the feet In the sandele That can never trip again! snow-white 4.00 to ZBO 1.00 1.25 100 to to to to 2.50 to to 12.00 7.5C 50 7.50 10.00 4.50 5.00 But happier they who slumber With marble at foot and head, Than the child who has no shelter, No raiment, ho food, nor bed; Oh. let us help the living Children of want and pain, Knowing no food nor pasture, Out tonight in the rain. For 57 years the Christmas Store for Men and Boys n How Ireland Observes Feast of Christmas "Ah, Mary asthore! this isn't like the Christmas eve wo used to have In Ireland!" Mrs. Casey was fixing up her pantry when she dropped this remark, addressing her daughter. "Tell me, mother, how you prepared for and celebrated Christmas there in the old days. I fancy It was different from the manner In which we do it here." "Yes, Mary," resumed Mrs. Casey, "if I were there now I would be decorating the dresser with holly, and ivv and laurel, instead of tho 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. tfl Gray Von Allmen Co. WT my 9 CS JK W S9 MARKET AT THIRD THE RADIUS Jewelry Shop 408 South Fourth Street. Next to Rex Theater. OPEN EVENINGS. fcfc&i Mign3i)ffliMirawM The Name f O nvay BRANDENBURG On The Gift Box Will make it the more appreciated. For years we have teen solving the Jewelry needs of the people and have gained for ourselves the reputation of square dealing. L,We arejeady.to serve you ifits ..Diamonds,. La Vallieres, !SVVristNWatches, Fountain Pens, Silverware, etc. The Best Dairy Products in Kentucky NATIONAL Dont Put it off I W. P. Brandenburg 632 West Market Street. fffETHMIMMHiHMMMIKireKBmWIMMKM ICE CREAM COMPANY Home Phone, City 8308 Mulloy's New Blend Coffee JOHN M. MUIylOY K. I. A. 213 "W. KASEET 8T. XetTZSVEUMS, XT. Return this advertisement with remittance and we will ship Coffee by Parcel Post, all charges prepaid. PHONES: a cerrxx that isQUALITT. ro xxt rnra car xnowk Home City Home City Home City Importer and Roaster of High Grade Coffee, Bold Direct to Consumer. . Cumb. So. 2 1- -2 Lbs. For 75c 624 634 644 654 Going, Into the World Without Capital is Like Going to War Without Ammunition. EMIL PETER, Pres't HERMAN WELSH, Sec'y Independent SAFEST POE SAVING OFlxe Saving Department of THE LOUISVILLE TRUST COMPANY Ice and Coal Is An Open Sesame To Success. Checking Accounts for Company Women Is the Order of the Day. We Specially Invite These Incorporated. It Also Has a Well Equipped Real Estate Department', Vault Department and. Trust Department. It Makes A Specialty of Handling Estates. Manufacturers and Distributors of S. W. Cor. Fifth and Market CHRISTMAS PRESENT Nothing more Suitable or Useful than a Pair of SM ALLEY GLASSES. My Location Makes It Possible For Me to Adjust Prices to SUIT YOU. Twenty-on- e Years' Experience. Ask Your Neighbor. Distilled Water Ice ABSOLUTELY PURE. Office and Factory;, Howard, Eighteenth to Twentieth LOUISVILLE, KY. Wemt ShavaOB 427 MiAOE 014-- a In the gathering of the powers OPTOMETRIST AND OPTICIAN of the world about the peace table, Phono City 7881 . 57 South Third St. Pope Benedict XV. should surely X WALLACE Phne City 2967 J. SMALLEY '& rorE THERE. Open From 7 A. M. to 9 P. M. Home GLOBE SECURITY. & LOAN INCORPORATED CO. MONEY ADVANGED ON YOUR PLAIN NOTE ' 312 W. Jefferson Street l SECOND FLOOR A. LAZ AR, Maaager LOUISVILLE, KY. said In an address before the League of Catholic Women at the Academy of Notre Dame in Boston. The Cardinal said the Fope'e terms of peace "are in reality practically identical with those which were finally proposed, at least tentatively by the Allies, Certainly," he continued, "President Wilson's fourteen articles show little practical divergence from those which had' already been formulated by Benedict XV. Now the powers .of tho world are soon to gather to arrange the terms of peace. Surely, surely, in that gatheriag the Pope will have a hearing and a rightful ; place." ,,r4, , have a place, Cardinal O'Connell daub of yellow paper. And then of course v?e young girls had to have the mistletoe handy If tho occasion should call for its use. We had no chandeliers in tho houses In the part 1 of Ireland I '.came from, but we could always substitute one. Oh, It makes me sad to think of It," and Mrs. Casey paused in meditation. "Go on, mother! Surely you do not intend to stop so soon." "Ah, I will go on, asthore! In the old days all the members of a family 'were busy as busy could be on Christmas eve. Some went to the woods for holly and laurel to We show hundreds of Beautiful Rugs at use in the house decorations; some were preparing the Christmas log most attractive prices. for its place mine hearth, while the If You Want Milk Call and mother were busy with father Louisville's Rug Store. the list of 'waats' and In trying to cost, of purchases tally 540-5- 41 mal$e the CITY with the coateV of the purse. . , J'WVyv "Early in. the forenoon I ,am speaking of Christmas eve your A Merry Xmas grandmotheiv-Go- d be good to her! would get Into the jaunting car To Oar Friends, with the bill of fare and the money INCORPORATED tucked safely In iher bosom and start for town. In tho evening 522-52- 4 after her return, the outsido work WEST MARKET STREET. being done, the family congregated to contemplate the decorations and 4$QQQ&&&Q$QQw&$i&$iQ the contents of mother's basket. And Indeed we were usually delighted with our surroundings. The house yunuLu iiiiVL imDflfireiafrMffiQfiMMKc Aas literally hidden in evergreens, both within and without. The 'hamYOU CAN SAVE MONEY BY BUYING Y0UR per' had been unpacked and Its contents set before us. Mother was busy putting up gifts for, our poorer neighbors. By and by, one of us must take some butter here, a chicken Jhere and a goose to a p3JB4OdJO0UI third, the distribution being made according io the needs of the famTOBACCO WAREHOUSEMEN ily. This is a custom with our peoII ple that has come down the ages, HON. Tenth St., LonisVille. Ky. H. H. NEWMARK CO. Incorporated and is but a reflection of the divine message, 'Behold! I bring you tld- - in the crisp air creates an appetite Tho Store of a Million Gifts Ings of great Joy. for tho delicacies of the breakfast LOUISVILLE, KY. 422 FOURTH AVENUE "And ah! would not a glimpse of table. those Irish Christinas firesides in- "The first meal of the day over. DIAMOND JEWELRY TOILET SETS cite anyone to happiness and good the women begin to put all their CUT GLASS SOLID GOLD JEWELRY log, that knowledge of the art of cooking into deeds! Thero the oak NOVELTY JEWELRX CHINA had been carefully laid aside for effect. The Christmas dinner is the months, was crackling and blazing most sumptuous and varied of the PICTURES SIVERWARE jin keeping with its cheerful sur- - year; it is a sort of Thanksgiving LAMPS LEATHER GOODS ovens were Kept ousy ainner witn tne Irish. Besides the rounaings; tno DOLLS FRENCH IVORY with tho cakes and pastries for the sundry meats and vegetables that morrow; the kettle was 'singing a claim their1 attention there is the Wo Give and Redeem Gold and Brown Stamps . ft family song' prophetic of some good Inevitable plum pudding, faceti-che- CijHKHJiSagSd saaaaa tlously called by the people "tho bag before retiring. "As soon aB our household, duties of tricks.' All tho members of tho ceased the Christmas candles were family within visiting distance come lighted and all knelt about and said to the paternal roof for the Christ-th- e Rosary. This being over, we mas celebration. Tho good wishes INCORPORATKD hurried to bed to seek elumber for are again renewed and the ties of a few hours. Tho one on whom lovo strengthened. The city clerk the 'drowsy god' had the least ef- - Is tome mixing with the companions At Following Rates: feet was selected to sit up and of his youth, in having a fling at y Total Cost Total Cost for- - the morning watch tho wren, in 'tno liunlng match, or watch Amount. for 6 Months. for 3 Months. rather for "the chiming of tho church football game sports that make " $1-$10:00 ?2.50 , bells that signaled the early mass. lithe and muscular the child of the . $16.W) $3.25 52.15 Christmas .mass In a country Irish parent The milliner also has ' ' .$4.00 $20.00 , $2.50 chapel before' dawn is picturesquely eet aside her hats, ribbons and $4.75 $25:00 $2.90 beautiful. The brilliancy of the altar draperies, and is taking a hand with $5.50 $3.25 $30.00 has a heavenly aspect, from the her mother In domestic affairs; per $7.00' $4.00 $40.00 dimly lighted' aisles and galleries. haps she is getting somo useful $8.50 $4.75 $50.00 Here and there you may see some lessons in an art that is excep(Other Amounts In Proportion.) Venerable and pious attendant hold- tionally the most cseful, if not the ing a lighted candle, by the light most admirable of woman'B accomCompare 'this cost with what others charge. This association was in organized by of which he reada his prayerbook, plishments. Oh! how Joyously n citizens to "protect worthy borrowers against for on this day he would not forego many aspects do the Christmas bells exorbitant charges." the sacred privilege for a world. ring! Among Us stockholders are the following: Vou look out, through the unstained 'But It Is not at the dinner that ALEX. O. BARRETT, THEO. AHUENS, windows, and see the stars glittering the Irish farmer's soul is truly un CALDWELL, NORTON, . I. W. BERNHEIM, In tho heaVeas those stars that folded while wit and good feeling VINNIE B. SMITH., CHAS. O. STOLL, lighted the might of the Savior's flows around. This Is reserved for ' 202-3-- 4 Both Phones 2330. Coleman Building. birth in tho stable at Bethleh'em. (the night, when the shades are S. E. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON. "And Just to think that for more drawn and the lamps, lighted, and than a thousand years yes, and the plum pudding, like a miniature of tho with another half thousand added dome, adorns the center on to It our people have thus dining table, A pitcher of hot knelt and prayed at this Christmas water and a stately looking Telephone 170. celebrated in the darkness. If canter filled with wine complete ever you go to Ireland you can see the harmony of the prospect. almost every hill somo ruin of eryone in the house has a place at an old church or abbey of the an- - or around this happy board the dent days. Now they are black-- children, tho assistants, the old and ened, and some mere mounds with the young. Tho pudding is well e broken columns peeping up. But in flavored and tempts the most -long- ago our ancestors used to cate appetite. The plates are soon gather in them, just as they did cleared away and the hour when at tho time I am telling of. They the deepest feelings of the Irish did before the English, came heart find expression "hag arrived, and they are doing it yet, and I Recollections, cheerful and they always will. Ithetic. are brought forth from the wor- - golden store of memory, blessings "From aH loiata throng sheers, to thlA mass. Over tho on absent ones, prayers for departed fields, the 'highway, in oar and ones, are heartily expressed; and afoot they oqffi. It is this mass whether events of Joy or sorrow that breathes afl the significance of prevail, the belief that the dlspessa-t- h great festival, and the part lei- - tions of an allwise Providence are Louisville, Ky, Third and Chestnut pants feel Its tiaopiration and sane- - always for the beet tend to close tity. It s over as the daws Is the festival in. thankfulness and breaking, nd tfce homeward Journey serenity.1 r am fixing up this with a Sanitary I RUG-MAKE FINE Ji1 S Christmas Presents Hubbuch Bros. & Weliendorff III 10 A iG Nfl" MNY CHRISTMAS GIFTS THE GEM v I er PEOPLES' PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION JuOANS , money 75 . well-know- , de-ma- ss Ev-o- n. dell-th- - L. D. tht Pearson 4 Son pa-thi- nk FUNERAL DIRECTORS i i iCEjisri-iaoBr- v irish Owes " jjmce3wiojc. UNITED STATES fiu w SUTCUFFE'S 220 S. Fourth Ave. Out of TEN DEPARTMENTS chuck full of suitable gifts you will surelv find what you want. Velocipedes Its Safety ami (Position No to Other T1hihi Owh.' ' Our -- jPUrf; ssssBH tfl 1 I Ideal Xmas Gifts For Father, Husband, Brother THE YOUNGSTERS LOVE IT, TOO! Automobiles Doll Cabs 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 Flash Lights Thermos Bottlca Kodaks Golf Sets Boxing Gloves Footballs Air Rifles Sweaters Exercisers Card Sets Columbia Bicycles Juvenile Bicycles Cardinal Mcrclcr ' Says That This Country Saveil, Allies and World. ' - Folly to Talk of fOcnnnny Landing nntl Taking Possession yvft'HI Here. ,- -- NO SPLASH Curtainless Shower $ 7.50 to $15.00 FITS ANY TUP. NO CURTAIN - ' ' fcV-,- . GREATEST POWER OX EARTH. Watches l i Hfl3C9vEBC9!S39ifl t m i lf--4l & 1 1 1 FOURTH AVENUB' W TEMPORARY OfFICE Owing to fire at our mill, temporary office will be GIFT FOOTWEAR HEADQUARTERS There is a pleasure in giving a thoughtful gift that is no less than the joy with which it is received. z open to business at our branch yard, THE SOUTH'S FINEST SHOE STORE .HkmH r CAMPBELL & FEHR AVENUE 4 (Meliler&ISckstenkcmncr's old yard.) J Home City 653 Cumb. Main 653-A- . I CITY MILL AND LUMBER CO. FINE K. OP O. There has been a. disposition on the part of the American pressN to minimize the part that our country played In tho big European war, 3ome critics saying that If the Allies were defeated we were In fnr slavery, etc., and the following from armur iinsoane in tho New York American is a convincing and logi cal statement of the fact that wo are under no obligations to anv other natioh, tho United States being able to protect itself against the world: There are two ways of treatins our part in the war. One is to be little it, and one is to give it rightful and grateful acknowledgement. One method Is Illustrated by this quotation from the Now York Evening Sun: "LLet us always remember that but for the British sailors and the French army Germany today would rule the world, and we should be slaves." Tho other method'-'-iIllustrated by this quotation from an Interview granted to an American by Cardinal Mercier on November 23: "You have saved us. You have 'Daved the world!" Sqme American newspapers think and say that France and England caved the United States. The Belgian Cardinal thinks and says that the Unjted States .saved France and England and Belgium. We take Cardinal Mercler's view. Because It Is the right view and the onlv view justlifed by the facts. We are very tired of hearing America belittled by Americans: of hearing our wonderful and decisive part in the war made of small account. , We are tired of two statements in particular which, have become stock In trade with a certain Mass of Americans'. One is that the British navy protected us from being beaten up by Germany before and during the war. The other is that the British and French armies prevented the conquest and subjugation of the United States by Gers corre-npondent Ask Your Plumber or Phone Us. City ffib 1758, 1228. & Main 1228. West 44. ( (UesrporaUd.) PHONES: On Display At Our Showrooms 427 West Main Street NO BETTER MAN GIFT r rOl'RTH Avenue A PAIR OF HERMAN STRAUS tveawawro We Give and Redeem Qold SONS MARKET STREET 4 House Slippers ! t i Or Shoes t i FOR MOTHER OR FATHER I THE . Trading Stamps. THERE ARE ALL KINDS OF TOYS IN FROM Spalding Shoe Co Eighteenth and Maple. We Are Out of the High Rent Dis. triot nd Can Save You Money. OPEN EVENINGS. any American ought to bo proud to make. It is a statement anybody ought to bo ashamed to deny, either at home or abroad. To deny It at home shows a mean and servile spirit, and denials abroad show Ingratitude for tne most splendid and unselfish succor ever given by one people to other peo- Sandy Andy 75c Pile Drivers 1.25 COe Coon Jiggers Rubber Balls 12c to 75c Pianos ?9.95 down to ......75c Piano Spools at 40c Game of Hunters 75c Circus Toys 79c to 0.50 Roly Foley J1.25 down to 20c Blackboards on easel $4.50 down to 75c Swing Horses and Shoo Files $13.49 down to 05c Coastor Wagons $6.98 down to $4.08 T0YT0WN Carriages $5.75 down to .S4.05 Lead Soldier Sets $1.75 down Reed to 75c Paint Sets 25c "to Knitting Sets at Wood Art Sets Sleds $3.39 down to Kitchen Cabinets $2.00 to Christmas Trees G9c to Laundry. Sets complete and Teddy Bears up from Mamma Dolls $1.00 OOc $1.00 $1.00 $3.50 $1.00 down 08c 50c 05c at. $1.25 And Hundreds of Other Amusing and Indestructiblo Toys. CHRISTMAS SLIPPERS We have a complete stock of Dahiel Green Company's famous Felt Slippers. Women's Comfy Slippers $2.00 Men's Felt Slippers $1.50 Women's Felt Juliettes; $1.50. Men's Leather Slippers; $2.50, $3.00 $3.50 $2.00 and $2.25 Women's and Knit Slippers; in a Children's Felt Slippers; $1.00 number of pretty shades; at and $1.00 and $1.50 $1.50 WEEK. Jewelers and Opticians I' xx3 I Waterman Ideal and i - together with countless others, beat high last week as the celebration KOH'VvjOjH of the twentieth anniversary of tho founding of Louisville Council took ;: Diamond Headquarters X place. ' ! Festive doings for every evening of the week, together with gay trapping dn the Jiome of the council and the initiation, military banquet and address of Itev. Father Ryan on Sunday, mado the occasion one to be long remembered by the Knights and their numerous friends who attended the ceremonies. From an humble beginning in 1S98 Louis 404-40WEST MARKET STREET ville Council has grown to large proportions, ensconed In a home practically paid for, commanding the respect and wielding an influence for good in Catholic circles and without that make it the pride and GOODS LAID ASIDE ON PART PAYMENT glory of all who are interested in Commitfraternal organizations. OPEN EVERY NIGHT TILL XMAS tees endeavored to prepare a pro gramme at once striking and j.vcx-c-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-- :memorable, and they succeeded ad EgEtfmjjH I mirabiy in tha task. Taking active Established 1872 interest in the anniversary were the Past Grand Knights', who are M. J. Winn, R. A. Watson, Charles J. O'Connor, R-J. O'Reilly, Charles A A A A A A'ArAAAAAAAAAAAAAA tAA A A A A F. Taylor, Al Smith, J. J. Fitzgerald, Matt O'Boherty, Thomas A. Bohan, S. M. Raffo, Edward J. McDermott, J. William Klapheke. P. H. Callahan, C. W. Decker, Frank A. Geher, John P. Cassllly and the present incumbent, Thomas D. Clines. The an educational council has done Conklin work of great value during the past years. It Jias undertaken to twenty have missions given throughout the State which reached many souls AN EXTENSIVE LINE TO SELECT FROM. that otherwise would never have heard the Word of God preached to them. Lectures have been given before the members toy eminent speakers from various sections of the country. Retreats have been a yearly feature of the administra tions of each Grand Knight, and INCORPORATKD. they have been largely attended. Fraternal work and literary features have been cultivated by the member WEST MAIN STREET ship. The splendid work at Camp Zacharv Taylor has been organized LOUISVILLE, KY. and supervised toy the council. Grand luiignt rnomas u. unnes nas Deen the General Secretary of the work, and has given a large portion of his time to It. The order has tbo approval of the hierarchy at large. HARVEY-JELLIC- O and Is doing work along religious lines of infinite value, The best that is in Catholic (INCORPORATE)) manhood is appealed to when one Joins Louisville Council. XJXX-X,,XXX"XX,'Xv A thousand true K. or C. hearts, MATT IRION & SONS 6 B J M. Engraved Christmas Cards and Folders Fountain Pens conquering army across the Atlantic to our shores. But there has never been a day since the formation of the German Empire when the American navy was not superior to the German navy and would not have whipped the German navy In a sea fight. And of course the only way In which Germany could have attempted the conquest of the United States would have been to send her navy across the sea to meet our navy in open battle, with the time and place wholly at our own commanders' choice. The German Admiralty knew too well the certain result of such an undertaking ever to attempt It. In the next place, assuming the unbelievable, that the inferror German navy could leave its base 3,000 miles away and annihilate our superior navy near Its own bases, the next necessary thing would have been to transport and land on our shores an army large enough to overrun and conquer our vast country and to hold In subjection n courhundred million intelligent, ageous, resourceful, free people, as willing to fight desperately a3, any people on' earth, The proposition Is too absurd ever to have been considered by Germany or any other European power. There Is only one power that could make oven a showing of war upon us, and that (s England, with her Immense navy and even England could only destroy temporarily our commerce and harass our coasts, while we prepared to overwhelm her colonial empire north of us and finally to starve her at home with a submarine warfare that would make Germany's effort look like child's plav. The nation does not exist that can conquer our country. There Is no possible combination of nations that can conquer our country. Europe and Asia and Africa all com: bined can not conquer our country". We can produce our own food and fuel and every possible weapon and munition of war In unlimited quan- many. To begin with, an assumed conquest of our country by Germany presupposes that flferrnany .could de feat our navy and' then convoy a It is not at all necessary to depreciate own our wonderful strength and our wonderful rescue of the Allies In order to do justice to the splendid battle they fought in their own defense. They deserve full credit for their valor and sacrifices, and this newspaper stands ready at all times to give them full credit for their glorious deeds. But no American needs to rob his own country of Its rightful credit to some magnify other country's credit beyond just and due limits. In The truth will always prevail the long run, and history makes up a just verdict In time, no matter ignorance or what contemporary falsehood 'may do to submerge the truth and obtain a wrong verdict. Let us by all means be just and of the Allies' ETonfiroiiB in nralse achievements. But let us also at least be just to our own achievements. ples. r4g04s)ae)e USEFUL XMAS GIFTS Tho Most Complete Lino of uicycics mm Autos in tho City ""si g JOHN P. MORTON & CO. 422-424-426 "HYVyyYVY;mqM'.' DISTRIBUTORS OF THE COAL CO. QTJrrarir High Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coal $6.65 RER TON. Place your next order with us. City 2360. . 717-71- Ju. T). l Funeral Director and Embalmer S. CHB8TNXJT BlX 9 TIIH SISTERS. The Ashland Division of the Fuel Administration has issued a feeling appreciation or the devoted work of Rer. Regis Barrett and the sixty- one Catholic Slaters In the Big Sandy and Etkhorn coal fields during the Long and Influenza epidemic. Terms cash. faithfully the Sisters worked, putting their lives in Jeopardy daily, going Main 2360-from house to house, nursinc the sick, Irrespective of creed or na tionality, alleviating condifclQns, aiding the neglected, doing work of moat humble character, going to the ueawaes wnere many others had refused to venture, and glvirie their services wKhout coiapeamtion other tnan tne congciouonoMi of duty well LOUISVDLLB, KY. mionueu. TRA1SES sbrviob tities. Our sea walls front Europe That you spent for something yeu did not NEED would have itartsd a and Asia; on the south the narrow front is Impregnable; and on the SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED north we could defend ourselves twice a year; There MAY COUH a time when your "LAST DOLLAR" with the most effecttve of all defenses an irresistible offensive. Mit be ent for semetbisg you DO NEED. The SAVING bow o( the This United States, this land if dollars yen are waitlsg might keep that "hard time" from ever centag. ours, this mighty republic, Is tho greatest potential power that exists, and we Americans are the most powerful people ever grouped together in all the history of tho world. Nobody can conquer us. Nobody can beat us. . We do not love war for war's sake. We love to dp right and to Fifth and Court Place. keep the peace. But, believe It, Open Dally Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. wo can make "the mightiest and most terrible and moat Irresistible war if compelled to dot so, and the nation or .the alliance that compels us to go to war will, be ground to powder before we are done with our war making. Nobody protected us Germany. Nobody from 5EEET NEXT JULY. saved us from being "elaves." That Is an untruthful assertion, and an QUARTERNS Going the rounds of the press is do not become Tia olotomont ihat It has been de- desertion that an American's miuth. We saved elded that the national convention SOUTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND MAIN. Prance from conquest by Germany, nt io Artnlnnt Order of Hibernians o defeat- by and Ealnd front Hundreds are joining ur War Savings Club. One dollar's the Ladies' Auxiliary . . many, and Belgium from being en ipiaee in 9&n jraneiBco next juiy. worth of Blue Ribboa Garden Seed free with every new savlar slaved by Germany. Teat Is the This convention was postponed on deposit of $1.00 or more. Club limited to 1,000 members"; true statement. it is a statement , account of the world war. country's might and power and courage that he believes that seventy million Germans, 3,000 miles away, are so much more intelligent, valorous and resourceful and such better fighters by sea and land that they could have and would have reduced us hundred millions of Americans to slavery had not the British navy prevented them. If to we were poor enough In spirit believe such a monstrous libel upon our country, we would not say it for very decency's sake not while our victorious dead are scarce cold where they fell and .our victorious living are still holding those fortiImfied positions so long deemed pregnable, which the most desperate and bloody assaults of the French troops failed to capture, and which our soldiers did capture, foot by by Inch, Inch foot and almost the against the defense of half German armies and the very pick and flower of the German veterans. Talk about Germany ever having been able to send her armies over here to make slaves of the breed of men who converted tho Allied rout Into sudden victory at Chaetau Thierry and who took the Argonne Forest that last word In supposedly impregnable fortifications by sheer, stubborn American courage! You know what Whlttlessey said to tho German summons to surrender In that very Argonne Forest, after his surrounded and outnumbered men had fought off thousands and been without food tor four days. You know what he said to the messenger: "Tell them to go to hell." Well, that's a very good American reply to make to any servile forAmerican or any ungrateful eigner who talks about the United States having been saved from Blavery by any foreign Intervention. Don't shame yourself and belittle your own country by that kind of talk. Speak of your country as Cardinal Mercier apeaks of It proudly and truthfully. Be at least as just to your great invincible generous and and motherland as this ferateful and noble old man, who speaks from a full heart the sentiments that become a priest, a patriot and a man of honor. It Is a mighty poor American of his own who knows so little vs. ylf l')rJr Ni The Best Equipped Bycyles With G. & J. Tj'res $5.00 $18.50 to $45.00 Pocket Knives, 50c. and up. Flashlights, 05c and up. Boys' Bicycles Children's Automobiles $5.50 to $20.00 Velocipedes $3.50 to $15.00 Sleds, $1.25 and up. 4444t S. E. LEDMAN Forty-thre- e NATIONAL CYCLE & SUPPLY CO. 104 "West Market St. Three Doors Below Fisrt. PHONE CITY 3004 1 & SON 410 WEST MARKET STREET Jewelry and Silverware For the Holidays Years of Honest Dealing. K. OF C. RINGS, CHARMS AND BUTTONS. I The Last Dollar i Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. Liberty Insurance Bank TEMPORARY I Ger-'an- will-tak- o I . v.. KBNTITOKY XftXmtt AMBRIOAK exerDecember 22 Christmas cises of St. Patrick's school in hall, HELP RED CROSS. SATURDAY. PUBLISHED EVERY Sixteenth and Market, 8 p. m. 32-2- 3 Decomber Red Cross The campaign for funds for the to the Sodal and Moral Advancement of Irish American aad Catholics benoflt at Presentation Acadomy, 8 Red Cross ends Monday, and it is P. m. Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's , Institute and Catholic KnightEof America. . the duty of every good American to " show his or her appreciation of the TnE BRAVE VOLUNTEER. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Incorporate. Publishers glorious work dono and still being TO M. J. MURRAY. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c' dono by this humanitarian agency. I Giro now and enroll your name as Oh the brave volunteer, that never Second-ClMatter. Bntired at the Loulivllle Pottofftce ai ui KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. by religion the Junior boys because of his being a Roman Catholic. COMING KVENTS. T Mfrut ill Communication! to tha KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 319-32- 1 Wett Brew St. a helper. LEST WE FORGET. ,ii For tho Glory of Louisville and Her SAVINGS ACCOUNTS Illustrious Dead. himself. But British statesmen persist In referring to them as Irish TRUST BUSINESS With this Christmas odition the and asking Irishmen to agreo No views with regard to tho most SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULTS Kentucky Irish American extends to among thcmsolves before any set- fitting memorial to tho dead heroos First Class Banking Facilities and Personal Attention to AlKCcrporatiorcs, Finns Its many subscribers, and to tho tlement can be arrived at. Tho of our city havo been moro generally endorsed by the people than U'lah .. .. mKltn rtn a- -iuw.. - trimoral Ha nlnnarn and Individuals Favoring This Bank With Their Business. faction of aliens in one corner of tnat tnia recurring season oi our Ireland Is to bo permitted to hold Bank Open 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. Saturday 9 A. M. to 8 P. M. tilt. J. Keegan was a visitor last Lord's birth may bo accompanied up home rulo indefinitely. And yet week in New York City. In tho breasts of all truo Christians we wero Three Per Cent. Interest on Savings, Compounded told that this war wa3 by tho Joy, peaoo and noblo purpose Mrs. Nora K. Sullivan la nt fought for tho freedom of small Tampa, Fla., for an indefinite visit politeness were learned as a result that spring from a renewal of its nationalities. May all beings campaign against sneezing of sacred memories. Joseph Foley, of Chtcajro. has and tho spitting in public. Let us look show glory to God on high, and been spending a pleasant week with at tho bright side and resolvo to IIAS LAST SAY. greater good will among men after his family on East Elm street, New mako tho best of It. Albany. bis dlvlno example, thus bringing "Tho freedom of tho seas," a pcaco on earth. phrase In President Wilson's adD2GGINS WILL RECOVER. Mrs. Ella Dalton has Teturned Tho Kentucky Irish American re- dress that has caused endless disfrom a week's visit with her broth New3 that greatly relieved the spectfully directs tho attention of Its cussion and no little anxiety in er, Nick Dalton, and Mrs. Dalton at anxious feelings of, friends of Joseph many readers to tho advertisements somo quarters regarding its real Frankfort. aB f4&aLLLLLLLr N. HIgginB, of tho Marino Corps, of tho business firms which appear meaning, has wo are yassured In We Qive and Redeem Surety Coupons. Mrs. Richard Schuhmann. who who was severely injured by a Hun Nearly press dispatches from London In ita columns this week. aLaHLaLaH 3, was contained has been at Lexington for somo tlmo shell on November Ui every ono of theso successful mer- been interpreted in a way that satisespecantile houses havo mado an fies tho President and still leaves cial effort to deserve portions of tho to Groat Britain tho supremacy of thoso of Gen. Bennett H. Young. II Immenso purchasing power wleldod tho seas with the old rules in re Gen. Young is not in favor of a by tho vast Catholic population of gard to blockade, contraband and memorial hall which will bo made to serve many purposes and tho threo Palls Cities and vicinity. right of search. If this bq the years pass by become moro aas tho place view of this fact tho publishers interpretation of tho phrase, In we of amusement or resort for tho livof this paper deem it their duty to aro tack "where wo wero five years ing than a hallowed reminder of point out tho many advantages to ago. Wo hope that tho other "four- our glorious dead. People will soon loso sight of tho bo derived by visiting theso strictly teen points" aro to be explained real sentiment that brought about concerns and away so easily. not reliable business Wo believe it Is up tho building of this memorial, and favoring them with some, if not all, to Mr. Wilson to say what ho Gen. Young, fully appreciating this bespeaks for our heroes a of your holiday patronage meant by "tho freedom of tho seas" fact, glorious monument that shall be and not to any British pres3 for all time a silent but eloquent IMPORTANT QUESTION. Both men's and women's umbrellas havo tho paragon agency. Ho should not hesitate to tribute to their valor from tho city "While tho Senato Invesitgation insist upon his own interpretation, that sent them forth to servo their frame, steel rod and coverings of gloria and union silk taffeta, Committee Is taking up the question says tho Truo Voice. The country country, and Is proud to claim them also American cotton taffeta. as her own. of propaganda and our relation') Is back of him, and our ablo conWith tho fire and eloquence that with tho foreign powers now and temporary should not worry. have always distinguished his utterTho Men's Umbrellas aro 28 inches long and aro for before tho war many would llko to that President Wilson has ances, Gen, Young asks towering our splendid shaft In offered in tho new Princo of Wales, mission and know why It is necessary for an not yet given his Interpretation, heroes a the blue skies of Kentucky, bathed a variety of fancy handles. American citizen who wants to go also that he has the last say at the In tho golden airs and bearing on to Europo NOW to have to secure peace conference. Its surface tho names of those who Tho Women's Umbrellas aro 26 inches long and died to mako the world free (or permission from tho British Consul. democracy and recalling tho sacred URGENT PROBLEM. It's dollars to doughnuts a British are shown in the new loop and ring handles or memory of Him, God's own beloved subject coming to tho United States tho ordinary mission handles. In tho better umwho died, t Tho most urgent problem which doesn't have to go to tho American Who gave tho life IHo nad to give, brellas will be seen good imitation gilt and ivory wo are facing at tho present time Tho Nazarene men crucified permission. Consulate for Is tho securing of employment for That they whom OTHERS loved 'handles. the returning soldier and tho munimight live. SPLENDID EXAMPLE. Prices $1.50, $2.50, $2.60, $3.00 $4.00, $4.50, $5.00, $6.50, $7.50 tion worker. This is primarily a IN MEMORIAM. Tho action of the Irish Labor Government function. Tho United party in withdrawing Its candidates States employment service will Tho following resolutions on death Ifor Parliament at the election, and make every effort to secure work of William P. McDonogh, of St. tlcdglng itself to work for unity for those who have been displaced Louis Bortrand Branch of the , AMERICA ACTRESS CHEERS, WOUNDED AMERICANS. Society, , were Cathollo Orphan .. y 4 voisWing',up one of 1,,- Jf the NatIonarrfdrces bo that the by"reasonof the cessation4 of the adopted EIslo soldiers' meeting held Sunday American Janli hospital in England. the convalescent goes she in an at n zu, on ana brings Wherever she base Lengths. . war. In this work the Government afternoon: tho demand for In some of the with can bo more effectively presented realizes the importance of having Our hearts aTe saddened by the smiles stories her. her Inimitable way. wards she danced and sang or told i Theso Children's Umbrellas have steel rodsParagon frames funny in and of private agencies death of our to tho peace congress, Is a splendid the l and aro offered in a rango of lengths adapting them' to chile charity. " Last Sunday tho Federal Directors example of pure, al-McDonogh, in tho following brief message redren of different ages. employment In the different William P. to mako nnvwho was to past, has returned to her homo at ceived Friday: example patriotism an which BacrifiP.0 wavfl readv Meadowbrook. flflflt ftf tTin ATlootealnnl ntA m V.A ...lA..rtnM. . l,n.UnUA moro pretentious patriots would uai fitflf .Mtfw4yii tvnf, um f. mu luuuuiuutu uj. uuuuiiiuiu "Dear Father: Hello and how aro They aro as substantially mado as tho largo umbrellas of South you? Getting along Just fine. My Mlsa Viola Sweeney, well to follow. Tho result of thls!wlth tho representatives of tho Y. endeavor of our parish. .. and aro shown with a variety of handles. ' ,"s" U1 was last week the guest wouna is healing up nicely and exr ""i ." election will havo an important M. C. A., tho National Catholic War only by St. Louis Bortrand Branch Louisville, of her sister, Mrs. Jack Jackson, at pect to bo out sometime soon, I bearing on the future of Ireland. Council and the Jewish Welfare of the Catholic Orphan Society, but Nashville, fTenn, $1.50, $2.00, $2.25, $3.00, $3.50 "JOE." Both tho Nationalist and Sinn Fein nuaru in wasningion in oruer to , by numerous other charities of the Ho was always a leading be- - church. PLEASANT QUARTERS. Miss Mary Kelly was hostess to parties are pledged to carry Ire- dovlso a plan of tween tho Government and theso bpl? in ,or,SnatIon and furthering tho Sarto Literary Club on Wednesland's caso to tho peace confer- organizations. Ono home tho skilful opIt was decided that sufferings of tho poor, and in his day evening at herAlbany. on West tometristsof In tho most is Dr. John no ence. Both havo faith in In Spring 6treet, New city each city In the United States a death tho orphans of our diocese P. Becker, who was located for British promises, for Britain haa committee should be formed rep- - have lost a true and faithful friend, Mr. and Mrs. William T. Hannon, twenty yeara at 320 West Market never kept her word to Ireland. resenting Wo fpiPlore Almighty God to grant of tho Highlands, wero dinner guests street, but who now has a largo tho National Catholic War Coercion and repression of a par- Council, eternal repose to his soul, afford of Mrs. James Hannon, Southern beautiful and splendidly lighted and tho Y. M. C. A. and tho tuCcor and consolation to and heart? Heights, on Thursday evening tho of last ventilated offlce at 315 Starks ticularly mean and exasperating Jewish Welfare Board for the pur- - of his parents and bereaved family. week. building, where he will be pleased kind have been Ireland's portion pose of handling tho employment a copy or theso uesoivca, That to sco his old customers and new since the early days of tho war, in Tirnhinm rtnrinnresolutions bo sent to the family, to nri,j of Cornelius Gorst returned yester ono3 ns well. Dr. Becker makes a WE CARRY A BIG LINE OF press' and bo Brcad 9 day from tho University of Notre specialty of fitting glasses, duplicat spite of the fact that in thoso dayj mobilization. " Damo to visit his parents, Mr. and ing broken lenses and filling her contribution of fighting men, alt John IP. Cassllly, prescriptions. Mrs. Anthony Gerst, over the New His prices volunteors, was relatively greater RAILROAD QUESTION. John B. Burke, ( are low and bis work absolutely Year. than that of England, and almost John J. Morlarty, faultless. No optometrist In tho city Continuance of Governnient manCommittee. Mlsa Lucille Mo ore, who is a stu 13 moro sklllrul than Dr. Becker, who equal to tho number ' which could agement for flvo years has been dent at Nazareth Academy, will ar has devoted years of study to his bo obtained by conscription. Surely PROMOTES PUBLIC WELFARE. rive today to spend tho holidays work and who take3 pride In giving Ireland merited any reward It was recommended by Secretary McAdoo SUCH AS with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. satisfaction to all customers and The Street Railway Comnanv of In England's power to bestow be in order to glvo the people of tho Moore, at their homo on maintaining tho reputation ho has country time to form their Ideas Louisville is ono of the most pro Thomas built up for flno work, moderate Hill street. cause of this magnificent showing, Bresslvo institutions of which iwo charges and absolute reliability In That ireianu is rorceti to appeal to t carefully on tho question before do- - can boast, and is always in Teadlness . Misses Helen, Frances and Eliza- all he undertakes. Government to meet wlth overy demand upoa u tho pcaco conference for Justice I3lcldlne for or beth Malone, who attend the Sacred uniy recently a Heart Academy in New York, will a dark blot on England's name. It uivuBiouiji. uunug mo pasi year Dy tno puDiic. AUSTRALIA. We cash Liberty Insurance and Kentucky Title magnificent double-trac- k lino was arrive today to visit their parents, is the ono thing that will mako tho Government has operated tho accommodate the immense Mr. and Mrs. John T. Malone, ovor now In Australia thero are Xmas Checks. her allies look with suspicion on railways on a war basis. Every- - crowds going and coming from Camp Christmas. dioceses or her profession of good will, and thing elso gave way to tho oxigen- - Zachnry Taylor, transfers aro made Archbishops and seventeen Bishsix LOOK FOR THE YELLOW SIGN Misses Clara and Ethel Angemlor, ops. Tho Catholics constitute about will Induce them to scrutinize cles of tho military situation. That from all portions of tho city and for was called for by tho need3 of tho,a JTve cent are Acadpopula who are students at Nazareth of tho Australian closely overy proposition of hor No expense, tlmo or troublo aro emy, near will return tlon. delegates to tho conference. For naton. Eut it was hard on the'Bpared by tho company to further today to spend the Christmas season HINTS ON STYLE. since sho has treated Ireland shab- ordinary citizen. If wo were to tho convenience and comfort of tho with their parents, Mr. and Mrs, Peoplo of our city, and tho perfect Harry Angemler. bily Ireland, the valor of whoso pronounce on the experiment of ' f sreater Loulo-r- t, F.001. car s,tem Fluted ribbon brims aro a part at this sons saved her face on many a Government management comMrs. William H. Mandlehr, who of somo of the new hats. .. .t ,,i ,.,, ,,. -- .ao u lv,1I. !s.a. subject of adm ringeourco- was . menx wun an visitors ana a hard fought field how can she excalled to Frankfort by the death Elaborate evening of pride to our citizens themselves, of her brother, Thomas J. Brlslan, being much worn thisfrocks are not pect her allies and associates In failure. But five years' experience (,Eery year. line is kept in absolutely may change our views. A llttlo and who has been with her sister, notes In Ono the war to trust her? At any rate, fcst "working order by careful and Mrs. John Donley, has returned to blouses of the newost type. autocracy and a little better unfamng Inspection, passengers is the waistcoat Ireland will be at tho doors of the aro her home here. Bandings of satin used like tucks 216-21- 8 peace conferenco clamoring for a mm cueaver service win go a long treated with tho greatest courtesy, aro popular as skirt trimmings. way toward converting us to tho and hundreds of men aro given the Mrs. John W. Rodman, of hearing, and even though tho conopportunity to earn their living as Tho only possible way of keeping came to Louisville Saturday, to Between Second and Third. ference may refuse to listen, her proposition. employes or tn road. visit her sister. Mrs. J. W. Bryan, warm Is to wear enough clothes. Tho company has never allowed and to be near her sister, MIse Josepresence at the door will have an Some of the new, long, tight THE TRUE ONE. the high standard set for Itself phine Murphy, who Is recovering sleoves aro buttoned as far as the effect on the conferees which Eng OATHOLIO KNIGHTa SAILS FOR PARIS. from the start to bo lowered, and irom a severe Illness. elbow. land will find disagreeable, to say "Thero Is but ono church In tho maintains tho reputation for being Heavy silk sweaters for winter Tho Supremo Council of tho Thomas H. Kennedy, 1303 Highthe least It must not, and will United States which has etood right ono of our moat valuable nubile Mr. and Mrs. John F. Lynch and wear are now Bhowlng In some of Cathollo Knlghta of America, de land avenue, for the past seven not, be forgotten that the action of up and defied all this drift and all utilities, which deserves tho support children, John T. and Martha, of tho shops. every citizen, and of Many of the best of tho new termined that the order shall con- months Secretary In charge the Irish Labor party will con- these now fangled notions. It is who commendation of of such an Boston, Mass., will arrive Monday realize tho value to spend the Christmas holidays frocks of sorgo aro being trimmed tinue 4n tho front rank of Catholic Knights of Columbus building No. tribute largely to the result, what- the Roman Catholic church, and It asset to tho community as a great with Mrs. Lynch's mother. Mrs. horizontally. fraternal societies, are conducting 3 at Camp Zachary Taylor, left ever the result may be, and wo are has the biggest churches and the advertising factor and promoter of James J. Shelley, and family. an tho feasibility Saturday to sail for Paris, where he Many llttlo capes turn into and Investigation Into adoDtinz addi will public welfare and prosperity. desirability of sure that in sacrificing Its own in- largest congregations, and flour assist in the educational plans sleeved garments when the fastenifMIfTnrfl tional ana attractive forms of pro now being developed for the Amerl- 'was Miss .T 'Wnver- and hrM- whn ers aro snapped. terest to that of Ihe country Just ishes In tho toughest neighborhoods. CHRISTMAS EXERCISES. Irene B. Ball, have re tection ror present and future mem now the Labor party has laid the It is the mightiest social influence turned from their wedding trip and much liked "ds?a le&X t The. proposed .changes will and a Tho children of St. Patrick's will reside in Jeffersonvllle. where provide whole family Insurance, foundation of many a political vic- in all our cities, and we know it," TRUE HOME, variety of styles. twenty-yepald-u- o hold their Christmas they are both popular. Their marand nald-Uat tory In the future. says Rev. Fred Hopkins, minister school will St. Flbro ellk, which Is cotton mer age soventy, Ample tlmo will be exercises In Patrick's Hall. Six riage was solemnized on Thursday Homo should bo so truly home of Pilgrim Congregational church, teenth and Market streets, tomor morning of last week at St. Au- cerized, and velveteen, also cotton, given for consideration of the pro- weary, tempted could CARSON'S FACTION. row evening, tho entertainment be- gustine's church, Rev. Father Halpln are both popular and save wool. Chicago. posea rorm nerore tno national con- that tho it anywhere on heart dusty turn to the ginning at 8 o'clock. The public performing the ceremony. With chilly houses and cold vention. The Board of Supreme Of- highway of life and receive light Aecprdlng to Winston Spencer Is Invited to attend. streets, an entirely new output of ficers are certainly taking step In and strength. What a blessing It WILL IGNORE inM. Churchill, the Irish themselves SEES SUNNY SIDE. the right direction. clothes has made Its appearance. b when weary and burdened wltn Hats of velvet, of beaver or FELL IN LINE OF DUTY. care and sorrow to havo a home to stand In the way of settlement of In response to a query, we can Its sunny.1 plush and those that are all or Even the influenza has BARDSTOWN. which we can go, and there in tha the home rule question. By the state positively that the Junior Orsine, comments an exchange. Peo nearly all fur are the notable More than fifty priests midst of friends we love forget our Irish themselves he mean Carson's der 'and Its A. P. A. affiliations have fallen victims of the In Canada ple learned to cultivate the open air things for street wear. Rev. C. J. O'Connell. pastor of troubles and dwell in peace and Influenza T micro quietness. all these won't name any of the patriotic (7) epidemic. In the United States the habit, street earj. churches, lec The woman who approaches St. .Tftaonh'a on.1 faetioa la Ulster. To hnr1i Home is the chief school nan Irlh is a mistake. They have branehe jtfter Ge. Fooh, th total runs above 200. They have ture halls, offloej, etc., are all but- clothes this winter with the Idea Fraiik E. Daugherty were last week of human virtue. Ita responsibiliPeople have learned of display rather than comfort is confined to their, homes In sorrows, ties, duty to all the M) symtftthy with Ireland, aad la leader of the Allied amies and 41aJbfallea la aaUUuline of in itliAtH ter ventilated.lying' about loose and simply taking a gamble with nature town, suffering from a severe Bards- - hopes Joyu, solicitudes smiles, tears, caAitv&9 t that oxygen and Hlaes3 form the chief Tory than Balfour jFraiM'a hero. Qea. Fech Is barred 'people. ' mMtyvae, of lnflueaaa. free 1b ol value. Maay lewoas la aad health. Interest la human life. CHRISTMAS GREETINGS. LOUISVILLE, KY SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1918 In completing your Christmas shopping don't forget to Include our little orphans and tho Sisters of tho Poor. knew fear, But answered his country's call: Left father and mother, sister and brother, And one I won't mention at all. He shouldered his gun to guard the. hold Hun And keep him inside prison wall, Now the war being over, may he soon be In clover And return, home safe to us all. Mrs. Mary J. O'Neill. Lincoln Savings Bank and Trust Co. THE HOME FOR STREETS. SAVINGS" FOURTH MARKET AND Resources Over Two Million Dollars. COMMERCIAL BANKING .j4 ; SOCIETY. . Semi-annuall- y. WHmtutHtmitmtmmi4 ! ! For Men and Women --an Umbrella A Splendid Selection at Popular Prices Boys' and Girls' Umbrellas!; -. -zs-inc- -- n" fellow-parishion- er of f M ,., , i- - - I MYER GERMAN CLOTHING 'iia$4t WEST MARKET - CMl WORKMEN'S J.n Corduroy Pants, Suits and Overalls r Vicars-Apostoli- c, ( one-four- th Bards-town- , aj per-lo- oa I STREET - - fa-ea- he, ar D are V i::i(iciiY niti m! a.2WOE5sM'j:w. ? SERVICE THAT MAKES LOUISVILLE BIGGER-BRIGHXER--BUS- IER Sf A Hearty "Welcome Home" TO The Boys Who Helped To Win .4'ac CHEERFUL ELECTRIC LIGHTING brightens a city, as it does a home, like the smile of an old friend. 1 '&& S&t LOUISVILLE IS NOT GOING TO LOSE THE INDUSTRIAL STIMULUS, gained in helping win the war. t0 Peace Production, our factories, mills and shops will grow, new ones will be means that you can again employ all electricity you want to make your home more attractive, to build up trade and prosperity, to increase efficiency in your business. THE END OF THE WAR iJA 'SSkS i . - WK Will DG CUmed . fr established. ' incT no lHC WAKrUUINULUUl ; JUJI M nriirr tinn rAiiTr i ritr V BUILDINGS NOW EQUIPPED FOR ELECTRIC SERVICE, new lighting systems installed, signs and other kinds of electrical advertising put to work for you. ' r VILLE READY WITH AMPLE ELECT RIC POWER so will the future demands of a period of far greater industrial achievement find us prepared. Plenty of power promptly, as much or as little fH r if as required. LOUISVILLE GAS & ELECTRIC COMPANY INCORPORATED . t rs "w. P , Mh . pv . v"" K. K. h &. -- ST. NICHOLAS IN CAMP. hi mi. iirrmiiiin 'Twas tho night before Christmas and all through the camp Not a sound could be heard but the sentry's tramp, tramp. Tho boys wre all sleeping quito snug In their bunks With occasional snoring In good solid chunks. of homes Some were And ll ill jjl iu yiifiii, , iu.li ii ill .i.ii n i,, . j? L ' STL. s i f$k . for the mothers preparing worm's nonaay; Others of sweethearts and what they might send To brighten the day and happiness lend When all' of a sudden there roso such a clatter, All sprang up to see what tho world was the matter; They rushed toward the trenches expecting tho Bochos, Aching to give them some rather rough punches When what to their wondering eyes should appear But a convoy deep loaded with Chrlstmastido cheer Parcels and boxes and everything -- f n r nwflv I i ' ' """""'"'"''''. mm ac3il. 1iiir n?p-j- '"'"'""" Ti: rngmnjuiiii in inn m t Binu iuv .u,t jul a . .ujhijj t"r ,... While high gopd and smiling and beck'nlng to all And easily looking as though ho might fall. a.Pi-': ...ryffsgg '? J .. i j. His face was familiar to all within sight, A BONO FEST MIDST RUINS IN CAMBRAI. no challenge, so This group of British and American soldiers, among the first to enter Cambral, discovered this bat- Ho was given delleht. PTont was Huns they returned for a song With a wink of his eye and a twist tered piano amidst the ruins. .After they had finished chasing tho SHELLS ILLUJIEVATE SKD3S. test of his head The fighting efficiency of tho had He gave all to know they CATHOLICS OF RUSSIA. nothing to dread, VATICAN'S WHITE BOOK. American navy at night will bo Inthe Orthodox church. Apparently It does not touch very seriously the For pausing a moment, he went creased about 25 per cent, by the straight to work It J3 pleasing to learn that Bucb 8,000,000 Catholics of Poland. But Tho Vatican correspondent of the ll operating perfection of a meagre details as come through in it Is surprising to learn from the Naples Mattino gives details of tho And selecting a package ho gave at long range under all conditions London Universe that In Russia preparation of a Whito Book which v it a jerk the news from Russia that the while calling at sea. Tho new shell, which Is It turmoil in the Ukraine following 'proper that is Russia apart from Is to be Issued. The first of tho And 'sent name said to excel any produced by other are 6,000,000 a occupation has not (the Ukraine there the German deconcern tho death of sent outside the fit of restoring 'CatholicsThese people. It Polish dio- series will Franz Ferdinand, whose As tho boy it was same; to was an- nations, and the history In a Its checked the work statevelopment Is described Is to be Archduke swering the country. A ceses. Catholicism in that 28, Sarajevo, by tho feared, aro feeling of year has elapsed since tho re- BolshevlkI tyranny. the weight by assassination attho pretext June the Then to one and another a parcel ment Is said Navy Department. Tho for 1914, formed to bo suitable for fir They are, shell ho gave, Catholic hier the way, Catholics who uso habilitation of the three to from guns the war. archy, made possible by the over- .Latin and not tho Greek or Uniate capital These documents will bo of Till each hut was still as a newly ing inch caliber, of from fitted with they Importance, because five and is made grave tho rite. throw of the Czar and with him have to do with the preparation of As the boys, filled with Joy at the a parachute attachment. It Is filled Conversions since State church. the war and tho desperate efforts of with illuminating material guarangifts they received, then have proceeded rapidly. The Pope Plus X. to pi event It. The Hugged and kissed them, as though teed to burn in spite of tho terrific OATnOLIO OFFICERS. Vicar General of Kleff has recently from rush of air It meets when freed. they believed While Admiral Benson reported tho outlook as most will bo second will Include the period 1917, to March, were 'most human. The value of tho shell lies, said the TTnttml CUotnii October, 1914, Those gifts favorable. A chapel and later a Tlfl TllcrJlOO statement, In Pope Navy Department's And Santa looked on barrack set up In Kleff, exclusively naval officer at tho peace conference, from the election of of his Benedict preparation famous Tight gripping his wheel and toot- - Illuminating the naval units of tha to receive converts, was found to Gen. Francis T. Kornan, a prominent to tho note, enemy without disclosing the posiand will also concern ' lng his horn, be quite Inadequate, so a new Catholic army officer, has been sent peace of then tion of the craft using tho shell. church is under construction for abroad as an assistant to Gen. tho Pontifical efforts in behalfwill Still bowing and senlllng; Experimental work to develop such The turned to the right the United States. Fourteen priest3 iTasker Bliss, formerly Chief of Staff, prisoners of war. 1917, third to Decem- And said "Merry Christmas," and a shell was started by the Bureau were at work in that city alone and who represents the United States run from March, and of Ordnance of the Navy Departthere are services in two Latin army at the historic gathering. Gen. ber, 1917,peace will deal specifically "to all a good night." with tho note and Its consement. The war experience of the churches and in the barracks. The I March, in selecting Gen. Kernan for quences. Allies, both on land and, sea, and It will include letters of demand for Instruction is taxing the thin fllltv. rfinrnrtarlua Mm m WILL BE BLUB. of the American navy was utilized man of great ability, and experienced the chiefs of State and other docucatechists engaged to the utmost, In perfecting it. Less Is known about the religious In miMtary and International law. ments and will throw light on Savings stamps, to be New War conditions in the territory ruled by Gen. Kernan, who cornea of old Italy's actions and prove the bad Cathnlln a faith of her enemies. The fourth iesued after January 1, will be ofrwV the Bolshevik! except that all dePURPOSE OF KNianTS. nominations aro suffering. Church the man who put the machine guns of the series will be of a par- blue instead of green and will bear property has been confiscated ev- in the army. When a member of ticularly religious character. The a portrait of Benjnln Franklin, The Knights of Columbus, who erywhere, priests have been mur- the General Staff Gen. Kernan ' White Book trill be Issued, it is Secretary wcaooo aanouncea for share In tho funds jbii will War Work Drive, iscollected the one of dered, In short the scenes of the worked out the,detalls of the scheme said by some, as soon as the Peace weik. Th eame Thr.'ft stamps and the for equipping each unit of the fight-- , Conference begins. Others assert It Thrift oarde will continue to be big war working have been organizations French Revolution will be, delayed until peace has been neoil il aTnhAna'ftil . for SS War actively engaged with the American in the country north of the lag force with a maohfae gun Ukraine border and weet of the toon. Previous to that time so signed and that It will contain a Sayings stamps by tfcf method so" overseas forces. It Is in the field Urals. This persecution Vwtrs hard-- plan hd heea made, distributing fifth part, dealing wKh the rlea 'will with the express purpose of aiding la use. The 1919 of course ea tke4 Mfejenatiea of the, guns. in naaifitalalng the morale of the Jmmxr 1, HUJ, Nicholas on the stood, pile old St. ltSovg. SHELVED FOR SALE CHEAP. star-she- I I American and allied troops at tho highest possible pitch. Because of tho Important work the order Is doing along this lino In American training camps and cantonments and with the American army in Europe, the Knights of Columbus by Indorsed have been strongly Marshal Foch, tho French military genius; Gen. Pershing, President Wilson, Secretary of War Baker and Secretary of the Navy Daniels. Knights of Columbus club houses, huts and tents everywhere aro wide open to men of all races, creeds and color. Tho order's war workers accept no money for tho supplies they distribute In hospitals, in tho field or anywhero else. When Marshal Foch called tho allied armies from tho trenches and started the big drive toward Berlin the Knights Immediately organized to "Follow the Flag," and fitted up big motor trucks so placed in operation to keep pace with the rapidly advancing armies and to provide our soldiers with real "Service Under Fire." Supplies sent from America were carried to several points of distribution near the front lines and were carried directly to the men who were doing the actual fighting. MUST HEAR MASS. NEXT' EUCHARISTIO CONGRESS. Irish-Americ- re-en- nm-tu- re Wednesday, December 25, tho feast of the Nativity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, Is a holy day of obligation. All who have reached the age of reason are obliged tuader the pain of mortal sia to hear mass on . that day. It is pleasant to hear of a Eucharistlc Congress in these troublesome times. Tho last international congress was held at Lourdea In 1914, Just before tho war's outbreak. Tho little Island of Malta In tho Mediterranean has been chosen for tho scene of next year's gathering In honor of our Lord In tho Blessed Sacrament. Malta has been an English possession since 1814 and the Catholic faith is there officially recognized as the only Stato religion. It has a romantic history. There aio really three Islands In tho group Malta, Gozo and Comlne. For many centuries they were under Greek, Saracen and Norman rule. In 1530 tho Knights of St. John received Malta from Chailes V. as a grant to their order. Toward tho end of the eighteenth century Napoleon's advent led to the dispersal of tho order In e its form. The Islands' are famous In ecclesiastical history as tho landing place of St. Paul when he Journeyed a3 a captive from Caeserea to Rome. The vessel ia which ho embarked, after drifting fourteen days, was wrecked on the coast of this island. The Apostlo of the Gentiles spent three months there and he finally reached Rome for his trial and acquittal. The memory of this stay has always been a proud page In the varied history of the storied islands of the great Inland sea. old-tim- JMSUJSPTJJGJSmr Inter-Southe- rn miHH JXJban&JBZXCZAJX. Life Insurance Co. JAMES R. DUFFIN, Presided. LOUISVHjLE, ICY. d, SINN FEIN SMOKE REPROACH IMinscs 93JHXagS3SSKSSSSS2aSS5ESSSg3fflSKKSiESlESS5SJ; Described by an Irish Priest, Rev. medium-sizeWhy not tako an agency for a conservatively managed, "Father Marshall, Lately clean, progressive company, whoso treatment of agents and with all of tho From Ireland. policyholders and whoso standing and courtesies Companies give it a position of tho very American Lifo Insurance highest rank? Doctrino' .Esscnso CAPITAL, RESERVE AND SURPLUS FOR PROTEC The True Ireland of Its the Is. .For TION OF POLICYHOLDERS MORE THAN $4,500,000 "Irish. Deposit with tho State of Kentucky under the Compulsory Deposit Law more than $4,600,000. Excess deposit over all requirements $1,000,000, President Wilson Looked Upon as or 20 per cent, more than the law requires. with renewal commissions, so Greatest Apostlo of LibFor good, clean agency contracts your own and have an independthat you may build up a business of erty Ever Seen. Home Office of the Company. ent permanent income, address tho INTER-SOUTHER- N TARPY'S Lady Dash 10c Little L ). 5c Best Cigars 4W'4W-'M''M"M- of Problem of tho Negro Ostracised Among His -- Southern Optical Incorporated Co. " I Countrymen. , Made ! Have Not Bestowed the Blessings of Democracy on the Col' ored People. l" Ameiican Catholics Have Good son to Deplore This Condition. . Spectacles Eyeglasses Rea- sssaaa23S!sai2SMSisKgSKga:siASS8B LIFE INSURANCE CO. LOUISVILLE, ICY. ISLAND'S PRESENT CONDITION. JUSTICE MUST AND WILL COME. A - j In spite of the fact that wo In view of the near approach of some fifty odd years ago liberated the general election for members the negro fiom slavery, wo can not Cor. Fifth and Market AL. S. SMITH, PROP. of Parliament and the entry of the claim that wo have solved the negro Slntf Fein party into the contest, Capital and Surplu- s- $1,700,000 with prospects of taking the places i problem. If any one dared to asor the Irish Nationalists, the folTlireo Tor Cent. Interest Paid sert that we done so contradiction lowing Interview with the Rev. would come On Time- Deposits from thousands of Father Marshall upon his recent whites and from hundreds of thouarrival in New York may enlighten sands, of negroes. Nor can we, In ...President James B. Brown.... BOTH PHONES 810. and Interest many readers: the face of our national efforts 'Henry J. Angermeier..Vico President In Liverpool twelve DR. JOHN "We arrived behalf P. BECKER other of the democratization In of .Vico President Jame3 J. Hayes days ago," said Father (Marshall. nations, .truthfully assert that SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. .Vice President ,C. M. S. Hebel . "Our trunks were gone through we have successfully bestowed the ...Cashier Ijohn S. Akers ........ OPTOMETRIST, very rigidly, which was of course blessings of democracy on the A.sst. Cashier Oscar A. Block quite right, we and to which men and women own A.sst Cashier A. P. Romscr. naturally made no objection, but SPECIALIST IN FITTING GLASSES country. In view of of our facta, these photographs of De Valera, Presiadditional weight must be added to Twenty Years' Experieuce. dent of the Sinn Fein organization; a letter written by Helen B. Prices Reasonable. HOMIS PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071.y of Capt. Thomas Ashe, one of the Pendleton, of Newark, N. J., and Sinn Fein leaders who died of 315 Starts Baildinit. Third Floor addressed to the Public, a Journal starvation a few months ago In an Fourth aad Walnut. of democracy, of New York. The English prison, and other pictures writer, "a Southern woman born Rhone City 1180. of Sinn Fein friends of ours, were and educated in Virginia," takes U Where work is qulcfclj all confiscated by the English offihosM Where ta exception to certain statements done; brightest! cials. We had booked our passage made by Bolton Smith and James on an American liner and had Weldon Johnson In the Public reWhere cooking seeau gone Where the work la down to the docks to the ship, garding the real fun;. merlcan negro in lightest; but wo were not permitted to go on Taking up one of the Where baking give d board. We were held back and told Where the meal U statements made by Smith, the' light; &25SS we could not proceed. sooked best; There was lauy writes: Where drudge Is oat ot no reason given, and we do not range stand Where the wd "It is surprising to find that any AWHMmHVVHWHMHiUlHMWWMUWvvmVmViMMUtM1 why wo were know even now sight the test thoughtful Southerner should take molested. We were Sinn Felners seriously the charge that has occaThat's the where the That's where 426 W.MARKET 1!I sionally found voice In the newswm and I suppose that was enough. "Quick Meal" I fri B "I1 1"M"H-!""Quick Meal" comes we were standing near "While papers that Oerman propaganda Is LOUISVILLE. KY. to do, the ship, not knowing what responsible for unrest among tho A complete line of FnnUturo at negroes! Sold, Installed and Highly ReoommaBdaal an American army officer came up, Quick Meal Gaa such If here and up prices that are always tho lowest. attempts have been made there some learned our situation and stood with Satlsfatloa guaranteed. for us. We will never forget the apparent success It Is of small mokindness of this bravo American ment In comparison with the deep w. gentleman. He managed the affair despair and 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, INSURE WITH THE feeling of unrest, the have slowly without noise or bustle or exciteresentment which ment, but he did manage It. In seeped Into the souls of great Life five minutes the whole thing was masses of colored folk. The war settled, we were set free and al P. BAMHOM, JR., Viet Prts. and Treat. H. J. BANNON, PritMent and Matuzir. with Germany has nothing to do lowed on board. We arrived just with It. The civil war haB a good when the elections were over and deal, and it Is as old as that and EftXOIVEJJS. were all quite glad when we heard President Wilson's man was elected A mutual company. Ail dividends go older." (or Mrs.) Pendleton thus Chimb. Main SOOS-- a Miss Homo City 200S Governor, for I may tell you Presi- to Good agency openings for men of properly designates the beginning 1 dent Wilson is liked and admired 11 . t f and some of the phases of our 2 Sewer and Calvert Pipe, In Ireland. , At every gathering ability. negro problem. Entering upon one Bannon's Patent Lidded Pipe (or Steam Conduits, 9 where his name Is mentioned the HENRY BREITBART, of the specific phases of the quespepple spring to their feet and 3 Wall Coping, Drain Tile, Vitrified Brick, 408 Republic Building, tion she continues: "Everywhere cheer and applaud. We look upon GUIDE BUYERS Louisville, Ky. Fire Proofing, Fine Lining, Fire Bricti he goes the negro is confronted President Wilson as the greatest with the fact that he belongs to the 1 Grate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tops. apostle of liberty the world has most unprivileged people In our Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly ever seen. That," said Father OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. country." She says It Is not surMarshall, "Is the true feeling In urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements prising that an occasional soap-bo- x Ireland as far as America is conthey find in these colums. We aim to protect our readCUMB, MAIN 507. PHONES CITY 573.1786. orator should make statements cerned." ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. derogatory to tho negro; "what Is "And how is old Ireland and how; WORKS Thirteenth aad Breckinridge and Ninth aad Magaolia. to more surprising,' she writes, "Is does she stand with regard the fact that more white, people" are KENTUCKY & INDIANA CANTEEN England Just now?" asked the Inv Home Phone 2550 .2 not willing to get really acquainted terviewer. jails of Ireland," answered being whose skin "The with the human .COKE STATION Louis A. Broring, D. D. S. "are full of happens to be black, and see that GUIDE BUYERS the clergyman, country Is untried flooded prisoners, the Mattresses, Blankets, etc., Cots. the negro's failings are human of with English soldiery 250,000 failings, shared by all weak and Bed Clothing, Furnishing Goods, them cannon of all caliber, tanks, ignorant people alike, and that Cutlery, Novelties. Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly military suparmed motor cars and given education and opportunity he 1 STARKS BUILDING. LAUNDRY AGENCY. urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements kinds plies and equipment of all has a distinct contribution to make over tho We aim to protect our readthey find in these colums. are parked and stored all to this greatest of all experiments NATIONAL HATTERS country, even In small mountain tapowtaj m4 Ataermil Halls ScbsUfleilly Treated In de'mocracy that we call America." ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. TOM TOLAKIS, Prop. hamlets. For the most part, howThe writer deplores bitterly ths ever, the English officers are very Fwrasl, Dr. Uriah Z. Litsey absence of understanding of the 325 V. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. They have a very PEOPLE'S PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION decent fellows. THE SIGN OF QUALITY suits .tressed While you wait. negro character among the white Chiropodist unpleasant duty to perform, but and Incorporated people. "It Is my expprlence, Hats Cleaned City Blocked While Hlghl'd 741J oft fel x gentle507 do It soldiers and 1931 alas!" she continues, "that white Home Phone n East 180 Citizens they They like not like their work, kiuS Wai Organized 1y do men. iStarka people as a rule everywhere in our You Walt. Soldiers' Uniforms and to Make KENTUCKY and they certainly hate the Irish Hats a Specialty. Work Called For BaildiHS country do not believe In the LAUNDRY people. While the police go around SOAKS Both Pbortr negro's capacity for education and and Delivered. Ouf Motto: "Service, The- - .Smoke Of The. Hour. CO. like Prussian bloodhounds, beating On Fnmiture and Other Pergonal however, Attention and Quality." progress. Foitunately, Property at the people, bludgeoning women and Incorporated there is a large and growing group children, entering houses at the JOHN B. RATTE&MAN of people who do." Social workHome Phone Shawnee 803 LOWEST BATES 2 SAM ROBERTSON tho dead of night and arresting COLEMAN BUILDING Underbill St. ers. Miss Pendleton remarks with people, without warrant or cause, HENRY COSS CONTRACTOR FOR a show of optimism, "are rapidly s E. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON of any kind, the English officers Oeo. Dearborn FUNERAL DIRECTOR Both Phones 288G multiplying, and It Is tholr business Manager Roofing, Guttering, Spouting never molest the people at all. On 2114 WEST MARKET STREET to see that all sorts ana conditions Tin Roots Repaired and Painted ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOBJL the contrary, they are kind as they Highland 1033 of people get acquainted with an Home Phone City 7638 can be and considerate. The conPhones Shawnee Cumberland other. The present Secretary of Asphalt Shingles a Specialty 1815 S. Twenty-sixt-h St. dition of Ireland therefore at the West 1107a. JOS. V. SPANINGER CAFETERIA War Is a social worker and even 2011 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. Home Phone Shawnee 368 OIHLE HUNGER'S present moment Is that of a terrorthe President of the United States GROCERY AND SALOON, FINE ized land where the people have no comes dangerously near being one. 458 South Fifth Street liberty. Our leaders aie in Engnsn SEE TOOLEY FOR MONEY. JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. WINES, LIQUORS. CIGARS It Is through their kind of propaJails, arrested without warrant and Loans to those having regular Inganda that tho difficult and comHeadquarters for FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN months held for the past eight 370 Baxter Avenue we are comes or salary, with no publicity plex Justice . . . which without bail. The charge against CITY AND FARM PROPERTY aiming at now in the world will or red tape. Loans to housekeepers HENRY SOHUn them was an alleged plot with Ger Funeral Directors GEO. F. BREITENSTEIN come. And it must and will come on their personal security. many, a plot which even tf"o Eng-- J See us about anything in real CO. 1403 Seventh Street to the negro." estate. We sell, buy and rent. llsh newspapers openly state never R. POOLEY, Embalmefs. 3 of which there Is not East Alain Street It would be difficult indeed, if Room 1, F. 504 W. JEFFERSON ST.' Choice Staple and Fancy GRO- existed, and proof. Irish songs can Courier-JournBuilding, the not Impossible, to controvert Repairing, Engines, CERIES, MEAT and VEGETABLE the slightest today In Ireland. Those Automobile Home Phone City 44G4. 415 S. Fourth Street." of tho conespondent of not be sung statements Pumps, Elevators and General Ma- MARKET, Fine Teas and Coffees, who sing them are put Into Jail. OlO the Public Essentially her con City Home Telephone chinery Repairs Promptly Attended Butter a Specialty. Now leagues are suppressed, are Irrefutable. Tho Gaelic tentions Home Phone City 1533. Phone 2147; Cumb. South 1558-To. WM. P. BANNON the right of public meeting taken American Catholics have all tho T. E. iYANN DAIRY COJIPANY away, our harbors are closed, our "As Nstr to You as tbe Neatest Phone" more reason to deplore this condiCONTRACTING PLASTERER , Incorporated, tion, because they should long ago Phone City 2923; Residence 7108 railways commandeered, our trade HOME SPOT CANTEEN destroyed. by Tulned, our Industries have felt themselves Impelled CHARLES BALLMAIER FLOWERS charity to neutralize the causes That Is the situation," continued FUNERAL Brook and Bloom FOR MERCHANDISE GENERAL 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. Father Marshall, "but I dare say which have led up to this condi239 East Market Street SOLDIERS things City 8380 Americans do not know that Cumb. S. 153-Both Phones 4202 tion. Moreover, had we as Cath Betweon Brook and Floyd A Special Spray $3.00 In olics taken a proper amount of InSoft Drinks, Candies, Cigars, PLUMBING. GAS FITTING AND are that way chat England." Fein A on Sinn A short Tobacco. The Right Place for SEWERAGE, Job Work A Specialty Special' Wreath $5.00 terest In tho negro In the past his terminated the interview. The respiritual, his religious standing Right Prices. Home City 2803 "SOUTHERN STAR" Sinn porter wanted to kndw what to would now bo vastly superior for. Father stood Fein really REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY Is. It behooves us to face what It SLICED BACON THE MERRY WILL CANTEEN CO. Marshall gave a very lucid explanathe negro problem soon and seriA. tion. Coko Station, Camp Taylor, Ky. ously, not only by the support of All Ready for Your Griddle In the FRED HORNUNG, JR. Morning" "The Sinn Fein Idea," he said, the negro missions but also by . you want to do Everything for the Soldiers BUILDER , FLUMBING AND GAS FITTINa "Is simply this. If HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE earnest efforts In our own cities. Cigars, Restaurant anything begin with yourself. Sinn lHjrthMfswljtwC by Helen 712 West Jefferson Street IOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. The reproof expressed Fein looks upon every individual 2431 MONTGOMERY STREET Is general, it is aireciea Louisville, Ky. Incorporated FIRST CLASS SERVICE In the country as an embodiment We telegraph Flowers Eyerywhert Pendleton against Americans generally; but 9192-S. C. 4203 of the Irish nation In miniature,. Home Phone Shawnee 1010 conscientious Catholics will read The Irish nation that we have got J. E. SCHWARTZ out of It a serious reproach for DEAD ANIMALS Both Phones 2406 to save does not consist of our their particular Indifference. only Highland Park, Ky. neighbors, but ourselves. The & 0 0. part C. B. of C. V. HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAH) FRANK A. OHLMANN a of the Irish nation which GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS t getgood many have any chance of Adolph ReatUager Call Homo Phono City 721; VEGETABLES, ,ALL KINDS FEED HISTORIC CinUSTJLVS. Immediately is ourselves. 000 East Franklin Street Cumb. Phone Main 721, INSURANOB ting free teaches us Sinn Fein Home Phone Parkway 350 1T7C, Gen. Christmas night, Ireland the first TORNADO, LIABILITY AND GROCERIES AND FRESH MEATS To Cumb. Phone South 225 crossed tho LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. Washington George thing Is for each slnglo Irishman PLATS GLASS Delaware and tho next day ochimself. To mako NORTON BUILDING to Cumb,. Main 967-123 SOUTH THIRD STREET temcurred the battle of Trenton. The become Ireland temperate, WUEST BROS. perate yourself. To mako Ireland V. W.Csruer Fiarth art Jefferson Hessians were naturally surprised. When In Louisville Store Your Car at the ENGRAVERS They took It for granted that the Phone City 4131 a perfect country, a kingdom of 6 WEST HILL STREET Revolutionary army would rest upon God, then the Individual Irishman enjoy KOERNER & STRADER GARAGE is fighting for the BBRNARD FENZ SOHLICH ENGRAVING COMPAW himself must become a perfect In- law.' Americaliberty of small na- Its arms and permit them to WashManufacturers of Specialties, Gentheir Christmas peace, but 110 E. Main or 110 W. Main dividual, a kingdom of God. That freedom and eral Machine and Model Work' EVERYARTISTS. ENGRAVERS FOR YOUR GROCERIES that 'the deed Is the Sinn Fein idea, you may tionalities; her sons have died and ington concluded Steel Stamping Gas, Oil and Repairing, Washing , ELECTROTYPERS THING THE MARXIST AFFORDS day, and said And call it," said the priest, "the are dying for it. "settles that," ques- would bo bettered by tho Into boats and Polishing a Specialty. Promptness and Satisfaction the he loaded his small army Home Phone, City 6648 Ky ethics of Sinn Fein, but on this Father Marshall, too, Is Ixmlsville, 335 W. Main St., Home, City 3481. the reason," and crossed the icy waters of tho foundation the national economic tion. And that, 441 Bast St. Catherine cor- Home Phone City 5674 the policy of Sinn Fein is built and he continued, 'Jrwhy (May Irish people muddy river. He reckoned Harlric . BEUTEL & FREDERICK .i. ..4 bUD uiilt v ...w God. bless rCUji Willi 4ia i.ui. nP Tile u. ...o OniO AND MISSISSIPPI AND adore WH90B the national platform was founded. maneuver was that he attacked Col. SAVCGS We want Ireland for the Irish. him and his country." SOUTH LOUISVILLE! KENTUCKY RIVER LINE FLORISTS Rahl atSsunrise. The commanding Home Phone City 284S We are a distinct and separate or tne enemy AND DEPOSIT? BANK officer and twenty wiii save Tiaras. In race, history, language, cusFlowers for All Occasions. Design J. S. JONES. Agent were killed and 1,000 taken prison' ' toms and even In' our geographical Work a Specialty. BATH'S OAFB Fourth and Central AveaH nt tbA stnv oft ers. Two Americans were killed, Win iha linn position. But free we will be," 19M-iaand River, Louisville death. Fourth damp newspaper and two were frozea to South' Brook Street Three Per Cent. Paid en .Savings said t Father Mamhall. "America after Ming, with AUG. T. RATH, Proprietor Deposits. A General Banking Busi- Una annken. her Kreat President has. and yea will,, Hra mueh Hra'" spent Washington's valor, however, saved Phones: Main 9214; City 416 Home, City 322; Cumb.. S. 222-the American cause. ness Transacted. as we say in Ireland, 'laid down the IB DMonsg- Jeftersea Street 461 NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE - 0(HlMOItmtWlttH GRAN W. SMITH'S SON ! m i Funeral Director and Embalmer f col-pr- ed : Where the QuicK Meal Comes In wtvwvwvwwvvvvvwvw J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. war-tim- e. East Main :rt. tH frfr'M-M-frM-I-- Rai DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTTii Funeral Directors BOTH GEHER & SON, P. 0ANNON maI&t st t PIPE CO. Lafayette Insurance Company policy-holders. and Embaimersii '. '. HHWW'f ' xiik: RELIABLE FOR CAREFUL jy iu. and RELIABLE FOR CAREFUL 9 &G DENTI5T CORNS.BUNIONS 900-90- IgMOKERS L. Well-know- 014-62- szy H. BOSSEaSON FSHR A.VIWJK 10. MA-CHI- 781-78- al Y. 508-51- '' Y ARTHUR WILL WW A REUTLINGIR FIRE FRED ERHART ARCHITECT self-relian- ce 5-- Y A 934-93- -- sa-tlo- n ei Bt A X C13N:TXJGCY IRJLNpE. aJ5E?3SUi:OLV. -- TO THE DEMOCRATS OF KENTUCKY Tho selection of State officers at this time is certainly a matter of Kentucky importance. utmost stands at the door of great oppornon-partis- UNWISE ' C. C. MtlNGLL & BRO.CO. EXPLOITER PENAL AND CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS. I believe it necetcary that the Penal and Charitable Institutions Demands of National Educational, of tho State be forever divorced from politics. There are in theso Association and American institutions somo eight thousand unfortunate and defenceless souls. It tunities natural, agricultural and seems to mo almost criminal to entrust their welfare to the tender Federation of Labor. me'rcles of politicians and to frequent changes In administration. I favor commercial. Whether she enters allowpossession of all the a or Board of Control. I want liberal and takes full ances mndo to that Board so that better schools may be opened in these future has in store for her depends afmay treat our unfortunates' to the best of care, Centralization of School System in institutions, that we very largely upon whether her give them better housing conditions, give them every attention and every fairs are guided by a b'road, sound, State Hands Fraught opportunity. ocn8tructive and progressive policy. I favor changes In the parole law, and while not attempting to Whatever may come to pass, it With Danger. restrict the pardoning power granted tho Governor by the Constitution, will always bo my privilege and my I favor a law requiring that all statements made to the Governor for purpose to give the 'faithful, earnest BJBJBJbV l the purpose of obtaining a pardon bo reduced to writing and mado service to my State and party which under oath. This Is a protection to and by no means a restriction on m feel that every citizen owes, thuu I Ignores Work Done Generously With tho Governor. evidencing my profound sense of No Expense Whatever to JUDGES OF COURTS OF JUSTICE. obllcation to my fellow citizens of this great State. The coming years of reconstruction will bring great and Important Government. Ninety years ago the Democartlc questions for judicial decision. The courts of tho State, supported by a law abiding citizenship, aro tho bulwarks of our liberties. About party was lonueu uuu imiuusuuui. .., tho judges of courts of justice .should be thrown an impregnable barrier the near full century which has v to political favor or political domination. Courts can J and must stand SOCIALISTIC elapsed since that time all of tho IN PRINCIPLE. only upon tho basis of unswerving Justice and the protection of life members of my family have served property of rich and poor, white and black, alike. I favor the believed In the and that party and have election of Judges without regard to political affiliation and for a law principles enunciated toy Thomas Jefmaking a judge of a court ineligible for any office other than judge fori ferson. They have served lor the X Under tho heading "Guard the a period of at least four years after his term as such judge shall have love of service and none of them Schools" we recently directed atexpired. has ever asked political preferment tention to the danger threatening of the voters of the State. EXTENSION OF PUBLIC HIGHWAYS. system as well glvo full approval to tho great work which has been done by the our parochial school I Now, I come to jou in the full strength of vigorous young manas higher Institutions of learning. State Road Department toward tho improvement of public roads. 1 hood with the scales of Justlco carefully poised and seek at your d source of favor laws looking to better roads and more of them. No State in the We spoke of a hands an opportunity for greater and more material service. Union has as much to expect from the development and extension of its danger menacing the rights of parunderstanding of the importance of the exacting and With a full highways as has Kentucky. Good roads are fundamental necessities, ents and the freedom of education, arduous duties of the oco I seek but with a determination to do the they stimulate unity and activity, educational, religious, and industrial the one being hostile legislation of Tight as God gives me the power to see it, I respectfully announce that progress. I am a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Lieutenant Govindividual States, tho other the DEVELOPMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND A "BLUE SKY" LAW movement directed toward ernor of Kentucky, at the primary election on August 2, 1019. the esstrewn over tho Old World. Right The wreckage of Autocracy is Few States like Kentucky aro so lavishly endowed with natural tablishment of Federal control of Liberty is slowly settling over has supplanted Might and the mantle of resources. Wo have more coal than Pennsylvania, and our forests, our tho entire school system of the tho world's oppressed. The task which confronts us today is as gigantic mineral and oil lands promiso great wealth to tho counties, containing country. d Wo may look for a Americans as that which followed the declaration of war. theso rich deposits of mineral and oil. I am interested in laws that upon this movement, advocated period of reconstruction crowded with grcjat events. In taking thl3 will invito capital to promote tho rapid development of our varied and look the National Educational Asthought of salary thero by action may I not say that I am impelled not by immeasurable natural resources. is but llttlo not by thought of political honor or political future, but Your dealer will supply you. Call Mr. Gardner South 74. At the same time I favor rigid restriction on the,alo of securities sociation, and recently endorsed In my of by a heart filled with devotion to my State and tho principles of and declare for a "Blue Sky" law for tho protection of tho investor that tho resolutions Labor the American party and an eagerness to serve. It seems to me that this Is not time and promoted Federation of will prevent legalized robbery and tho scientific plunder of the public. by the feverish activity of the for honor or for profit but simply for service. Entering into possible publio life in this spirit, I have aereno confidence in your verdict. PUBLIO HEALTn. Bureau of Education, as an unwise plan, fraught with grave perils to Political parties are necessary in government, but tho time 'has I shall bo friendly to every honest effort to secure happiness and tho spirit of American liberty. The CHAS. H. BOHMER, Pres. como for less politics Jn the conduct of the fiscal affairs of Kentucky. GEO. GUTIS, Vice Pres. CHAS. GUTlG. Cashier health to tho people of Kentucky. My servico aa a member of the National Educational Association If elected to the office I seek, I shall urge many changes in existing laws Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission brought mo to a full realization of opens Its war platform and favor progressive reforms in State government. I shall stand for: tho ravages of this dread plague upon my people., I shall cheerfully schools with tho following for tho rather with tho County Health and Welfare Leagues 'and all othor pompous declaration, IMPROVEMENT IX SCHOOL SYSTEM. properly constituted health authorities in obtaining legislation for tho all the work done which ignores so generously I shall give to public education my unstinted support and shall betterment of living conditions, care of those afflicted, for tho promo- with no expense to tho Government urge legislation providing for and making possible better housing contion of sanitation, and improvement in the public health. by tho many private agencies of ditions for rural school children and moro adequate compensation for Market and Preston Streets. education, and especially by the PROTECTION OF LABOR. teachers In the free schools of the State. I favor laws which will thousands enlarge the scope of the work of tho Department of Education and tho schools of I shall urge provision for tho safety of laborers'ln tho shop and grades for of Catholic and a half all a of CAPITAL, $20,000.00 Illiteracy Commission fcy consolidation or by somo other proper method. mine. I believe in the extension and enlargement of the powers of tho present pupilsmillion navo SURPLUS, $200,000.00 1 shall Urge generous, though reasonable, appropriations for tho State Railroad Commission, especially as to their authority to order tho use their patriotism who glorious pro.ved in deeds, Normal Schools for tho training of teachers, and such laws as will guarof all modern and approved safety appliances for the protection of tho Three Per Gent. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. antee that every dollar properly belonging to any school fund shall bo lifo of the road's employes. I believe in tho "Dignity of ToU" and in and whose former pupils havo earned well deserved praise for wisely and economically expended. DIRECTORS-Ch- as. H. Bohmer, Geo. Gutig, Wm. S. Montz, John MarS the right of tho wage earner to organize for tho protection of hjs wages their staunch loyalty: shall, H. H: Stockhoff, Jos. H. Schildt, Milburn P, Kelloy. and tho improvement of his labor conditions. I appreciate that labor ECONOMY IN STATE GOVERNMENT. "At this fatal hour In the life and capital can not exist ono without the othor, that they must grow of our nation the association reafI believe that "the State's business should be conducted for tho into a moro thorough The laboring man will always find in firms Its faith in the American benefit of all of its citizens just as the business of any great corporation mo friendly counsel and ready assistance, never advising an unfair common is conducted for tho benefit of its stockholders; that the State's business advantage of his employer. I favor a Child Labor Law. My conscience safe and school system as the only should be made to pay real dividends in the form of protective laws; could not be satisfied with a Jaw that would permit tho young citizens of democracy sure foundation for a good schools and good roads. I favor rigid economy in the administraeither In peace or In mis uommonweaun to do exploited lor commercial gain at the cost to war. It, asserts 'Its belief that tho tion of the people's business and especially shall urge that the General mem or "neaitn ana an opportunity for education,. Assembly provide for a budget system of appropriations. I favor far of a century of free Teaching changes in the manner in which tho public money is spent and public Instruction was tho main . CONCLUSION. the adoption of a system more thorough In method and In I believe a public offller is only a servant of the people. At no factorquick preparing our people for in results. understanding that time shall I permit a personal deslro or a purely personal opinion to of the real and right of this world A Pair of Eyeglasses or ENFORCEMENT OP PROHIBITION AMENDMENT. guide me adverse to the expressed deslro of those whom'I have tho conflict, and meaning possible in Spectacles properly FITTED after compliance with the recent enactment of measures approved by nonor to serve. My views on matters of grave concern shall be sub hearty concord makingthought that In of and the War Department and in obedience to the laws passed by Congress servient always to tho wishes of my constituents. It is quite Impossible action which placed the material a careful and scientific examination to the manufacture of beer and liquors, all of the breweries my position on theso important measures, and human resources of relative iiere to set iorcn in aetau repub the but you shall never find me without tho courage of conviction and I lic on the side of righteousness, and distilleries of the .State are now closed. Many of them havo been of the eyes would be the best shall welcome tho opportunity to make known in clear and unmistakable humanity and civilization. sold and still more have been already converted to more useful purposes. With I take it there wilt be no organized opposition to the passage next year terms my full position on any question at any time, I present you could give. See peculiar State-wid- e of the iFor three years I have served as tho Democratic member of the points tosatisfaction the association Prohibition Amendment, I am confident It will, bo the fact that 750,000 by an overwhelming majority, The important thing to the lovers passed State Election Commission. As such tho duty of appointing County teachers V of temperance is to make sure that the amendment will be carried into Election Commissioners has devolved unon me. I have attempted thnro supportedand 22,000,000 pupils have loyally every plan may secure its vigorous enforcement. to effect and that they without regard to factions p4rty.The records' purpose of President Wilson and and' pledge my hearty and full support and I shall favor alL win snow urn i appointed in many counties men known to belong to Congress in their masterful leader. laws needful to carry into effect the expressed .will of my people. tho "Beckham faction," while in others I appointed members ship in honorable warfare for a 7 of the "Stanley faction." I hope and believe that neither just cause and a decisive victory." SUFFRAGE AND ELECTION LAWS. faction longer exists in Kentucky and I am a candidate of neither. If Taking in his new location, on its own 315 Starks building, third floor Tho Corrupt Practice Act as passed, contained many requirements in elected to the offtca I seek I shall never know the former factional merits, onethis statement wonder why can not but conflict with ether statutes not altered or amended by the new law. alliance of a sitting Senator when considering hi3 exact fitness to mem- the resolutions of the N. E: A. and corner Fourth and Walnut streets. It is, therefore, impossible to obtain strict compliance. I shall urge bership of the important committees in tho Senate. also many changes in the election laws which will, In my Judgment, give v Words without deeds are nothing, and words betrayed by deeds are tion those of tho Amorlcan Federa of Labor are printed in thn needed strength to the Corrupt Practices Act, and will make quite sure 20 Year of Practical Daily Experience. worse than nothing. If, in your partiality, I Bhall find encouragement official publication School Lifo, pub- that no candidate shall ever again be elected to office In this State except and hope for my aspirations I shall be over mindful from the bottom usneu Dy tne Department of tho upon his receiving a majority of all votes legally cast by citizens posv of a grateful heart and shall evidence my gratitude by assiduous applica- Interior Bureau of Education, while Service the Very Best Prices Reasonable. sessed of every legal qualification for suffrage and by an honest and tion to the duties of my office. With no political record to defend, but this same publication comoletelr v accurate count of the votes as cast. I shall favor extreme penalties for with one yet to be made, I shall strive ever to mako sure that my ignores tho work of private school Hours 8:30 A. M. to 6 P. M. and by Appointment. violation of election laws, and for tho graver offenses I shall favor laws every official act and that my every official word will stand four square systems. The Catholic Educational making them punishable as a felony. in the light of your most painstaking scrutiny. Association held a very successful OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 8' O'CLOCK I am fully cognizant of the part the women of Kentucky played in Believing that as Lieutenant Governor and President of your Senate, meeting Jn July in the city of San 8 the recent war. No man could view their their devotion V I can render material service in writing into law tho measures and Francisco. Amonp Phono City 1180 for Appointment. their staunch to duty, their unexcelled patriotism, their numerous deeds of love, of reforms I have declared for, I respectfully solicit your support, pledging resolutions we read tho following: help, and of hope without feeling a deep senso of love for them; of admyself to, consecrate my mind and heart, every energy I possess Tho As miration, of lasting obligation, but not of surprise. They typify the every resource at my command, to the performance of every duty, to and sociation Catholic Educational gives tho of tho United States Highest ideals of human life. They did only what one may expect fulfillment of overy pledge and to. the keeping of every promise. support to always from true daughters of Kentucky. What they did here was Service shall be the keynote of my administration of the high offlco wnoienearteu our country, the Chief CITY 2360 Executive of MAIN 2360-- y President equalled only by the work of those white angels of mercy sent by the I seek. I desire only to serve a great, united and triumphant party Wilson, in this suDreme moment of Red Cross to minister to the bleeding wounds of our suffering heroes whoso policies and whose purposes I love. And now, to you In whose trial. It pledges unswerving fidelity on the field of battle. Their deeds command tho highest commemdallon partiality I havo placed abiding faith, I submit my claims, my hoDes. and devotion to him in the prosecu and praise unstinted and I desire for them whatever part they choosa and my desires. tion or tne war for tho complete to play in the affairs of the home, the State, or the nation. It will Very sincerely yours, attainment of the high aims and afford mo much pleasure to be of all possible assistance to the good moral Ideals set forth by him." women of Kentucky in obtaining legislation of any sort bearing their K. O. OLDHAM. It always appears to bo in bad sanction and approval. Done at Winchester, Ky., December- 11, 1918. taste for one to claim the exclusive credit for a certain achievement when there aropthera who have worked Industriously and with marked success in the same line. .Exclusive City Sales Does not this bad taste manifest Every Tire itself especially in claims referring Agents For to tho sphere of education, above Retreaded all In our country, where all enjoy RACINE TIRES civil, religious and also educational By Us freedom? Can ono think of tho Guaranteed pronounceemnt of the N. E. A. and Guaranteed 'Retreading With A Conscience" its publication in the above men5,000 Miles tioned bulletin in any othor light? 3,500 930-93- 2 SOUTH THIRD STREET But the resolutions of the AmeriRacine Adjustments can Feedratlon of Labor go further Miles TOM MOORE, JR. In their South 703PhonesClty E. C. STIVERS demands. Tho Labor Federation wants not only 5 tho establishment of a Federal department of education, headed bv a Cabinet officer, a minimum school ' CLARENCE R. MENQEL, President leaving age of sixteen years, the exJ. CREPPS WICKLIFFE, Secretory tension .books to all CHARLES C. MENQEL, Vice President E. HANNON, Assistant Secretary schools, of free text of JAS. an Increase revenues for H. W. MENQEL, Superintendent tho public schools, VICTOR LAMB, Treasurer but oven the expansion of both State and Federal educational facilities, so that we will be decreaslncly dependent on private' endowments in tho educational field. Evidently in order to pool their strength, the A. F. L. endorsed tho resolutions offered by Charles B. Stlllman, of the American Federation of Teacehrs, viz.. that the President and Executive INCORPORATED Council of tho American Federation ESTABLISHED 1877 of Labor be instructed by this con vention to take measures to secure OIT tho creation of a Federal department of education headed by a MAHOGANY, AMERICAN WALNUT, DYEWOODS, CHICLE, COCOA BEANS 717-71- 9 Cabinet officer." E. CHESTNUT LOUISVILLE, KY. The whole matter deserves to bo PALM OIL AND OTHER TROPICAL PRODUCTS.. viewed also from a wider angle. If this principle of stopping private Direct Railroad Connection and in Close Proximity to the Principal LOUISVILLE Packinc KENTUCKY activities can be applied to educaHouses and Slaughtering Establishments. tion it can be carried out with reIn business continuously forty years. Our Own Steamer Fleet, in conjunction with Our Own Camps in Africa gard to all activities. Then wa supply of Fresh Mahogany Wood, including Lumber, Veneer and Dimension stock. shall havo not only a most unjust and Mexico, insure an ever-read- y State monopoly of schools, but the We handle American Walnut Logs, Lumber, Veneer and Dimension Stock. full development of despotic Socialism, a centralization and paternal- WHEN YOU WANT MAHOGANY-WRI- TE INCORPORATED MENGEL. Ism that will 0 the itravo of all our highly-prize- d liberties. LOUISVILLE . N Remember the Fuel Shortage last winter and prepare yourself ..with the.. JBiHHBiBiHB KKKmtd WibHVF HHH -- two-fol- Clear-sighte- PERFECTION OIL HEATER SECURITY BANK c:::::::::::.:.::::::::: three-quarte- rs Xmas Suggestion f ur. jonn r. oecKer. Msam t s , moro-effectiv- do-m- y full-dut- in-fc- he ed so-call- ' (VmV'j 1 ' . HIOORE& OTIVERS 8 8saea44a444 ILESOFWERVICE - L. D. BAX Funeral Director And Embalmer... '54eO44-'fc04ft444jN- BOURBON STOCK YARD CO. KENTUCKr .. XTsr x c a s& 1 SOzt 80x3 FIRST GUARANTEED STOCK. Ws. PL Ns. PL CI. CI. PL CL C. B. of C. V. 1 OXEtAJVORei JNHD XYJBIfc INCORTOKATm LAKGKST IN TIE SOUTH. KENTUCKY Thermold Tlwmold 80x3) Jhermoia S2z8t Thermold S2x3 Thermold Main Office Ml U. ITFTX Retail Branota M B. .TMXXB .f . fa. iL Loulsvlllt 8.50 8 95 . 10.96 . 11.28 . 13.91 8. BT. CATHOLIC ISLAND. Urea are 11 Jtart tTMreatead took, with name aa Metal iwatt? New Pomerania. an Island JuBt tho with We toHelt a Mil te ! oar eteek south of people,equator,were up about 200,000 who to a at both atere. few years ago .cannibals, has more than thirty priests, a Bishop, forty ., Largest and Best Live Stock Market in the South. Moet modern TIri and Rubber Co, lay .brothers and thirty-fiv- e Sisters. Stock Yank in the Uuited States. Fifteen acres under roof Cattle Peae of BBBjBJBBJB)garanlr1'' iBMrittrateA- More than 21,000 Pomeranlana inforced concrete sad as nearly fireproof as possible. T&mm o" Buyers for Live Stock of Every Description in Attendance Daily. re- jszj&j&rcxi&Erzr ibeihc jusknxucokSBr. Here's the Check That Thousands Will Receive As a Result Of Their Thrift Our Christmas Savings Fund Has More Than Doubled Wanted 10,000 more Christmas savers to open Christmas Savings Accounts at our temporary quarters and continue their deposits in our new banking room, the most modern in the South, with the largest Safety Vault south of the Ohio river, from coast to coast Join Now For Christmas, 1919 CHRISTMAS SAVINGS FUND All classes from 10c per week up. No Red Tape. It takes a minute GisRffiaaB'1V.g?M mm:jj?t t &zs?mmm$ xf! , IS& && aN (lIMIIi "" Insurance Savings OF THE ICY MITT. with tho distinguished Dr. John A. Ryan, of tho Catnollc University at Washington, D. C, as the speaker of the evening. Loulsvillo Council will long remember tho twentieth birthday celebration. The wounded soldiers from overseas who recently arrived at the base hospital hero have been extended tho use of the club house of avenue the Knights on Fourth while they are in town. Tho first marriage slnco the signing of the armistice was performed Sunday at tho K. of C. auditorium by Chaplain Murray before the 9 Lieut. Albert J. o'clock mass. of Tanksley, Assistant Adjutant the F. A. C. O. T. a., from Nashville, Tenn., who has just returned from overseas duty, and Mls3 France, Clemence Milot, of Paris, who returned with the Lieutenant, were united in marriage. The attendants woro Miss Florence Barrett, organist at the auditorium, and Secretary J. J. Flynn, of the No. 1 con Chaplain Murray Staff. gratulated tho newly married couple after tho ceremony and wished thorn Godspeed. This is the first of probably many marriages between tfJnele Sam's men and Klrls from Sunny France to be held at Camp Taylor. Tho bridal party stopped at the Seelbach and are now on a honeymoon trip through tho South, leaving Tuesday night 390, AN IRISH TUNE. . THt lfi Fund .," ill -- 13 .. NUMBER 4 CAMP NEWS Training School For Army Chaplains Una Closed Its Doors. Than o'en an Irish riddlo. Sure, it's not a fiddler's bow That's making sport so merry; It's Just the fairies laughing so I heard them oft In Kerry. Faith, that tune's a daisy; Just the very leap of it rogues, Will you listen to the step of It, Will you listen to the laugh of It Gushing from tho fiddle; More's the fun in half of It ly. THt w . M MBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM IffB Christmas Savinos Check Py.ETflQftPQ?CTS. Thrifty,, 1000 PrflRpnrlt.y LlhFirt.y. ft Of. 1334 ro 9mocn op dinplnlns Barrett nnd Donovan Arc Fluo Victims at Baso Hospital. Would mako tho feet unalsy; tongues, you noisy Hold your And stop your giddy prancing; it's me can hear tho weshee brogues Of Irish fairies dancing. Liberty Insurance Bank. ItocffjJft Manager SHags OtH g.3... International Mnrtiago at tho torlum First Since lng of Armistice. Audi- - SOIiDIEKS; IN ANlIAPrY MOOD, listen to tho tune of It, Sweeter than tho honey, I'd rather hear tho croon of It Than get a miser's money. Sure, my son, it makes me cry But don't play any other; May God be with the days gone by I danced it with your mother. Rev. Hugh F. Blunt. WJU you Lmi.gatfl.Ky.. fifO -- 7HMA Eft WED KHI v . v. sn LEADER OF THE "LOST BATTALION." who s. Whittlesey, Lieut. augurated a campaign that should withstood Hnl. fiharlna for flvo day3 leader of the "Lost Battalion" when isolated and surrounded in ' tho onemy The homes of today strengthen the order in Minnesota. the Argonno Forest Wea askua to suircnaer no toia mo .nuns to A mass meeting of Hibernians "do to h ." are being supplied was held on Sunday at Omaha, when resolutions to help Ireland HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY with ranges which were passed. KNIGHTS OP COIMllUS Jeremiah Moroney will direct DiMOi.iirrni r it' Tawii?3fc-Z?Bi----afeIBaa 13SX& 'burn both Coal' and s the coming vision 2 of Syracuso S - ?ffl HI t year. This is the big division of x i v J3i3m 8 Gas because they Central New York. Late News That Will Interest DIVISION 8. Tom Langan's chance to Bhako rl Members Here and Elselity rsH?P offer "convenience" First and third Fridays, Hibernian t tho Job of Financial Secretary was 0 Home, Portland. where, " ,?' ''':' I'fl K Just as good as tho Kaiser's chance t2--"Comfort" and real to whip America. President John M. Riley. Vlco President Walter Murphy. 3 held its closing meet"Economy" All the Division FORTY HOURS. school. Secretary John J. Financial ing of tho year last night with - Omaha will have another initiaChaplain Barrett and Chaplain Broderlck, 1850 Portland avenue. Year Round. Donovan, both stationed at the The Forty Hours' Adoration for President John M. Riley, the retir- tion tomorrow. A. Recording Secretary John Christmas week In the city will taka ing President, in the chair. local camp, are confined, to the centers havo been Martin. Ntw The Ladles' Auxiliary at St. Jo- opened war work officers' quarters at tho base hos- place at St. Brigld's church, opening at Port Angeles, Wash., and Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. Shea-haMrs. John pital with tho influenza. Theso with high mass tomorrow morning seph, Mo., Sergeant-at-Arm- s Martin as their President. The same Corvalls, Ore. Assembly, chaplains worked many hours day and coming to a close on Tuesday. IP YOU WANT THE BEST XMAS GIFT San FranSt. Francis Father Janeen, the pastor, will direct honor was paid tho other officers. e and night during the selge Sentinel Thomas Noone. cisco, has elected Andrew B. Leary tho services and will be assisted by ago and had enjoyed excellent Joseph A. Byrnes was elected You Will Get a DUPLEX ALOAZAIt for Your Homo health until now. It Is hoped they a number of (priests from other President of Division 6 of Cincin- as the Faithful Navigator. churches. Frank Oarraghan, of Indian will be out soon as they are badly nati. The State officers will con- apolis, received orders last week to DIVISION 4. missed, owing to tho closing of duct the Installation on January 5. go abroad as a K. of C. Secretary. WILL AID OUR BOYS. Meets second and fourth Mondays. the chaplains' school during tho Meany James J. McTlghe, I. D. The K. of C. club rooms at Terre Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. 24th and Cedar Sts. . Langar a Home Phone Shaw. 14.6 80iaf to pre- - Haute have been the regular "hang All dressed ud like a ., June bride. . Miss Edith Callahan, who went' "J President John J. Barry. .ner ""D - c" v. last weeK in wasninston witn j 1.1....- out" for the soldier and sailor boys. Vice President Mark J. Ryan. Col. P. H. Cillahan, sailed meat for DIvIslon 4's Installation Recording Secretary Lawrence Tomorrow the Knights of Indian Monday for France, where she will the first meeting In January. busiest week of her career celebrat devote her time aiding the boys with ono end of tho county to apolis will make their annual Christ D. Meany. From or tno lng her twentieth birthday during tho American forces. Secretary Thomas J. Chas. C. Wright Financial mas Olio R. BJerr Home Phone 78 Main 24 the other divisions are forwarding Poor.visit to the Little sisters Langan, 734 West Oak street. the week. Beginning Monday evenappeals to President Wilson urging ing with a high class musical, Treasurer John F. Burke. At a recent Fourth degree session GUARD YOUR WORDS. him to help Ireland secure the right Sergeant-at-Arm- s Bernard Tuesday night was given over to and freedom at San Francisco 150 new members of an old timo reception and dance of were received Into St Francis As Boys and girls, what is it you can from English control. M. J. McDennott. Sentinel the period of twenty years ago. never catch though you chase after sembly. The Ladies' Auxiliary Wednesday, the regular meeting it on the wings of the wind? You pin county, Minn., has a of HenneAt creditable Bend the Joint initiation of South New Orleans was the grand recepnight, many old timers and charter can never catch tho word that has and Notre Dame Knights US members woro present, telling of once left your lips. Once spoken. record for Red Cross and war candidates reeelved the three de- tion given him by the Knights of given 250 the early struggles of the council It is out of your reach: do your work. They d have Just Cclumbus. socks to the grees. and Its early history, A beautiful best you can never recall it. There- pairs of Five hundred members wero seatheld Its San Francisco Council Out of the High Rent District birthday cake with twenty electric fore take caro what you say. Never wounded soldiers at Fort Snelling. annual memorial services last Sun- ed at the banquet that followed the See Our Holiday Line lighted occupied the center speak an unkind word, an Impure candles who third and closing Initiation of tho day for the twenty-seve- n CAN" TRUST EDM. of the hall. Thursday night saw word or a profane word. Men and year at Little Rock. The entire passed away this year. TYLER HOTEL BLDG., Third and Jefferson Sts. the Entertainment Committee at its women also should remember this Price Hill Council, Cincinnati, day was given to conferring tho poor a young nov- truth. best with the We do not care how degrees. man may be if ho has good health, presented Grand Knight James J. three elty reception and dance. This was tart will District Deputy Donovan and his - yoar oy &b principles, Is respectful of Casey with a beautiful diamond-mounte- d popular sound probably the most enjoyable event VIGIL OF FEAST ROMMEL-GOSSETprtpr M for life. Northern Kentucky team, T K. C. watch charm. temperate la his sacred things, Is of the week and attracted about under the leadership of Capt. Frank to work soldlprs Initiation at Elder Rohan, of Lexington, Journeyed to ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE Tuesday, the vigdl of the Feast of habits, and Is not afraid The three-da300 members and with their lady friends. On Friday even- the Nativity v of Our Lord Jesus ana worn. ura, uuu iucu ma wunu Council hall. Cincinnati, had to ba Chattanooga last Saturday, and on a determination to succeed. postponed indetlnitely on account Sunday exemplified the third de- - 113 W. ing a stag smoker was held with a Christ, is a day of fast and X.olavill, XT. That young man can he trusted of the prevalence of Influenza. number of soldiers from Camp Tay- stinence. gree for a very large class. with the best and sweetest girl ever lor In the role of entertainers. "Conducted by tho Xaverlaa Brother Sixty candidate were given the Incorporated reared In a home. Marriage and all first Buslnesf and POTATO OMELET. Saturday afternoon and evening Classical, Scientlflo lat Sunady at St. JoCHRISTMAS PRAYER. Courses, Preparatory Department, ymaa- that a good, loving wife means, Is seph, degree Today the second will was given over to the regular Q Mo. Swlraralngr Pool. Well Equipped A large cupful of mashed pota the developing power of such a be conferred and tomorrow a largo weekly receptions for the men from Saviour of the world, humbly and slum. T.rmi moderateBenjamin, Mr. Bra training camps, and Sun- toes, three eggs, one teacunful of man. the three class will 'receive the third. lovingly we gTeet thee this Christ day saw the finish of a big week, sweet milk, very little sifted flour, . Dr. Ng. Poor Chew, the Chinese mas morning, thanking thee for all MONEY SAVED. the members going to communion one teaspoonful of salt and a little editor and atateeraan, spoke at tho the blowings brought by thy coming forth thy epirit that we may w chopped parsley it liked. Beat the or the eartu for the deceased Knighta of Louis recreated and the The number of pupils in paro-ehl- Fourth degree maetlng in San Fran- - and asking the grace that we and may be renewed. face and Make us able to ville Council at early msuw, fol yolks Mjmu: whites separately till schools in the United States Cisco last wk. He has been called, an mankind' may appreciate them very mix thoroughly with lowed by the conferring of thre d of China. "Mark TW-l- i" better and make thorn more truly ting with the angels, Glory to God at la 1,683,407, which Kbt! ,ts Hto,f .bt- - average of $20 per pupil the low the greets by Sir Kulght Douovaa tronr'f gratifying of the our own with every year that passes in the Not th 1mm means a frying pan and lightly. The dinner will." VV Rev. Lttdtow and 'his -- ante In hth visit or the. by. Make ua faithful, noble, Indus- - men of good vem. -r ea. a hot disk and nerve saving to the oountry of $33,000, Louisville, Ky. wm girR at th SMrbaeh la honor Turn tojtrioaa, temperate, slneere. Send, Michael J. Msgr. Papal Dvlilf- -t 089 a year. at e Orn- - KalfftUt r No, 0. iv--- v. 1 With tho idea of having the sol- diors leavo Camp Tayolr in a Tiappy mood the six recreation centers of the Knights of Columbus hero were mo scene or muca activity during mo past weeK. 'mere seems to oe no trouble in getting as many SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS. chaperonos as tho Secretaries call for to take care of tho dances That man muBl bo a tnisanthropo giyen at tho camp on Thursday Indeed In whoso breast something evenings from 7:30 to 9:30 o'clock. like a Jovial feeling is not aroused, The colored Jass band from tho in whoso mind some pleasant ascolored area of tho No. 2 building sociations are not awakened by tho furnishes tho dance music and they recurrence of Christmas. Who can play almost continuously. The be insensible to the outpourings nf dances at the colored building of good feeling and the honest lnter- the Knights of Columbus are given change of affectionate attachment on Saturday afternoon from 2 to 5 which abound at tbis season of the o'clock. A number of prominent year? A Christmas family party! colored friends of tho soldiers have We know nothing in nature more taken these affairs in charge and delightful! There seems a magic in provided much Innocent amusement the very name of Christmas. Petty jealousies and discords are forgotat the Saturday matinees. Vaudeville shows of tho week Iten; social wafeelings aare awakened Asin 4 t n l a wero much above tho average, a3 everyone in Louisville seems to bo sSeand-other!,xrnn ..... ww nun tijirrph H..U tatnr Interested in giving the men all of nnrt M.Jfc.., .... hnvo ttimlook of cold Moving with averted gaze, or a the amusement possible. for months before, pictures are still .very popular and recognition, and return tho cordial emtho big feature called "The Whip" profferand bury their past animosibrace vis so largely attended that it was ties in their present happiness; necessary to run the film twice at kindly .yearned tohearts that the auditorium on Sunday night to ward each other, have have been but Nothing withheld by falso notions of pride accommodate the crowd. seems to bother the Secretaries, and are again reunited here as elsewhere the giving of two uuu tin is iwiiuiicrao ivuu uu shows the same night being right In their line of work. PRESIDENT AS MEDIATOR. Tho training school for army cnapiains, wnicn graduated seven According to a Havas Agency classes since us estaoiisnmont nerepresa dispatch from Rome, Popo nm n ri n rrn nl Anns? l4n n i .uou uenedict may """"', " Jca "bu the school uuuia Wilson to consent request as rresiaeni last Thursday, as will to act mediator be discontinued. Louisville Council. in an effort to reach a reciprocal Knights of Columbus, was host to pact which will solve tho dissent the eight Catholic priests from the which has existed between tho Bchool on Wednesday evening, a Qulrlnal and the Vatican, according very pleasant evening being spent to tho Popolo Romano. This quesat their club house in town. Tho tion, tho paper states, will In no council had been honored by each case be brought before tho peace class after its graduation and regret conference. the passing of the chaplains m 1 HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. The Ancient Order has now inoro than 2,100 divisions. There are now 75,000 women affiliated with the Ladies' Auxiliary, Division 4 will meet next Monday evening, the last meeting of the are already discussing prospects of the Hibernian ball team for next season. Is County Mrs. John Downey President Of the ladies' Auxiliary at St. Joseph, Mo. In the death of William P. Mr- order lost a faithful , ' it"M rpft.'H1H(imWHHIH-& TO M MMMM0lttM V.A i-- i ! ' W--kr- -i - &sL " 4 &&i8sa .'! ?44s J IH&', .'' .. H KBMEnFn'v .r ir""! .T'E.c '?eX Victory one In Service Window" Wreaths Hang Front Yolir I f Blft These wreaths have been specially prepared for the holi- days, ana will make very appropriate Christmas ms. We have quite a number on hand and for a quick disposal they are priced at t f $1.00 B'i5V-vi5w8Pil- year. Members sT 2 v r 3 fltt?fifiR afet. , illiiR Special prepared boxes for parcel post. Place your order with us early for flowers, plants, etc. t AWA 1 w ..- I .......n,., C. B. 4 I 'I Miss Mary Koane was the unanimous choice for President of Ladles' Auxiliary 2 of South Omaha. Will Meehan says ho doe3 not feel at homo until he gets into a tegular meeting of the A. O. II. President Wilson carried overseas with him tho happy greetings fit the Ladies' Auxiliary of Now Orleans State President Doyle has In- M 4kM$4$$S4S&&$ HK'M'HHK'HH'lt FLORISTS Fourth and Guthrie Sts. Thompson & Co. ' frl ALCAZAR r r ii-- 1 tflJ3paBiipK'' "' -- -. y EH r- s 1818-182- LJ -- ';'-- rfii,? ed Mc-C- ue IS2V0 Sn.g!:es n. in On Bomo-tim- L. BIRKEL & SONS .J rUTZvUr,nL" Kilt?. m w.-- ..- Mul-doo- n. hand-knitte- Chas. C. Wright & Co. JEWELERS om t-- !- y Sre-w- jr, COMPANY 435 Hast Broadway OFFICIAL Service Station al Willard Storage Battery pt tm. trd et oo, V Ms. Bo-M- -s, t.n ftte sstcasTXTOBrsr 'iiiilliltilllffiltillliliiniiiiiiiiyiiiiuiiHiiiiiu!iiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiii ucxaxi AJ!kEE:RID.SUsJ. I nuBBIHIIiiMiHHnlHHfl)Mmll- - EDUCATION, Propaganda awl Federal Aid Bill Giro No Guarantee of Fair Solsttoa. Oar J0J0 Christmas Savings More than 19,000 people received their checks last week for nearly 'a half million dollars. Think of that Nearly a half million dollars saved by nickels, dimes and other small change. Opened Last Monday Save For Next Christmas You Should Join NOW! you start I Club A Remarkable , Statemest Concern- tag Schools ami Mea Sent to War! up to $500. and It's not hard after the best time to start Is NOW. Come get a membership card. Ton, In and too, can have a check coming to you nexC Christmas for S5, $12.60 and on Emergency CtommiRee lias Kept Country 'From,! Seeing Important Needs. to'' OAN NOT MISTAKS PURPOSE. Get the Saving Habit Don't put off Joining our club, and don't say this plan won't work with you. Try It Your first payment makes you a membec thero's no membership fee. $5.00 A week B weeks.vn $12.50 Total.. neck for SO necks. Total. Deposit lOo a C 0 $25.00 Deposit a neck for $50.00 weeks. Total.. $1.00 SO Deposit 50o a week for 60 weeks. Total E for Total... neck F necks.for a Total.... a G necks.for Total.... SO Deposit $2.00 a CO week weeks. Deposit $5.00 Deposit 310.00 SO week" $100 $250 $500 3 0 Paid In cur Banking Dcnart- ntcnt on Savlucs Accounts. SI starts one. "Where Thousands Save" Kentucky Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. Fifth and Court Place pniiiiiiiM w iiiillllllll! PREPARE YOUR HEARTS. FURS FOR GIFTS A FINE SHOWING AT THIS NEW Amid the city's motley crowd; And from each door the keepers Footsore the holy couple trod proud Refused a shelter to their God. t J Women's Shop Tho best of gifts Along the rugged thoroughfaro Their pensive footfalls pressed tho ground, Until within a cave they found Sweet repite from the midnight air. d floor they placed Scant straw; and lol while yet forlorn, d . beasts In prayer, and. that's -- Upon tho rock-ribbe- sure! And hero's a choico T lino from which, to mako your selection carefully selected ' fmr.'1Ntvnr., lvnsr. "wolf nd . , .. , rf scarfs and nutria fur sets, T muffs. Ono thing's certain these "urs are all now. It must jo remembered that this shop has just been opened & &j mild-eye- 1 just come from New York. You're suro of the very latest and very best styles, when you mako your selection here. SETS AS LOW AS $40 SCARFS AS LOW AS $20 MUFFS AS LOW AS $20 tiuu . Jl uvuiiuuiy m ! aa uviv l fill iiaa i b The stalls, aroundiUhe traced new-bor- oave was Effulcent liEht. and angel song n King and Announced tho 1,0 rd. Obeisance then in sweet accord Came from tho raptured, bending throng. Dear Mary and her gentle spouse Rebuffed, departed from tne inns; And Jesus, by our goading alns, Our sluggish hearts fails to arouso. w m Without Ho stands and pleading, asks A place whereon to rest his head; And, churlish lngrates we. Instead Of Jovo, reprove his tender task. This Yuletlde friends, And hear, O Christian Cohn & Isler Co. INCOnPORATED hear the Saviour' urging call; Adorn your hearts, tho palace hall Where Christ should dwell, and mako amends. CONVERSIONS ON BATTLEFIELD. Belgian army, tells how ho gave tho While to a dying rahbl. Next to the Mary Anderson Theater. V Father Monsaert, chaplain to tno were t?i,. Monsaert and the rabbitrench one end of the rushing from WEAR V. Jf 8c H. HATS FOR STYLE, QUAUTY AND SAVING. Our stock is both extensive and varied, allowing the widest possible select' ion in the beet qualities and most approved styles. VENHOFF & HILLEN 3 STORES 223 W. MARKET ST., 434 W. MARKET ST.. FBtfRTM AM CHEST WIT. MOST EVENTFUL YEAR. The year 1918 now drawing to a close has been a moat eventful year. It baa witnessed the death of many notable men and women, dignitaries ot the church, all men whose wisdom and ability were needed In the present crisis. Thousands of brilliant men hare died gallantly in defense ot the world's freedom. aUut CHtings While ntddw crowned heads and .their accompower, topanying militaristic gether with the tremendous mobilisation of troops at home and of countries abroad has made this year one of the most signal In the century in the changing of the world's map, the remaking of history and the advance of better conditions for the people of the whole world nwni assured. xue uuer w jaonsaert. attending a soldier. Another soldier rushed to tho rabbi's side to carry him back for medical attention. As he was about to pick him up the rabbi asked for Father Monsaert, who rushed to his sido and knelt down. As he did tho rabbi said: "Father, hand me your crucifix!" and as it was placed In his bands he whispered: "Father, I now dlo happy." Before he could utter another sound his eoul had departed. A few months later when soldiers were being killed and wounded in large numbers, Father Monsaert was called upon to comfort many. An English Colonel looked on with his hat In his hand. Father Mon saert was about to depart, when the Colonel said: 'There is another here, father. This time a well man. I mean my self. After what r have seen that is the faith for me. I wish to a Catholic." And he did there on the hattle-flel- TO NAME NEW ARCHBISHOP. The Llgcurkm. The Archbishop of New York has not been appointed, it has been MAKE CHRISTMAS HAPPY. announced at the Vatican. It .was Christmas is nearly here, and we further said Pope Benedict considare all looking forward to much ers the selection of a successor to Cardinal Farley so that will give us pleasure happy he will communicate Important that to family gatherings, nice presents, the Consistory before hi Ischoice publicly it cheery greetings and happy games! But Is that all we keep Christmas announced. While rumors of the No, surely not! for7 Let every appointment of Bishop Hayes, of living thing, if possible, share Jn New York, to the post were denied was the Joys of Christmas! Do some in competent Vatican eireles, it been thing to make it a happy time at said a definite decision has Archnw least for every living thing with reached tp select the Cardinal Farwhich you have anything to do. bishop from among And by so doing we can all try to ley's auxiliaries, for the purpose of making It unnecessary to flot a make it a season of real Bishto one and all. Let us general transfer of Amu-icbe determined that every living be ops. ing' with whom we have anything . DANCS cojuoicr. to do our human friends and our "lower Brethren" shall be somehow coi'iUiapi will a- Tho Knlihts of the happier because of what we- yov and I hare beea able to do for UrUln wtth a KtMlfn vrttitag at th oral WW thorn. he-cod. -- to the other, administering to tho wounded, tho Tabbl was mortally wounded. At the time he was near i Tho propaganda carried on by tho National education Association and others for the establishment ot Federal control of education has been brought before the public mind more clearly by two comparatively recent developments, the appointment of Prof'. D. J3, Waldo, of Kaiamazoo, Mien., President of tho Stato Normal College, as Field Secretary and the discussion In some publications of the Hoko Smith bill asking 'Federal aid to o( education." The Appointment President Waldo is puzzling, for the Importance of his position and the duties of his office can not, it would seem, permit of giving half time to the work of Field Secretary for tho N. E. A. It is passing strange that an educator of his ability should be selected to devoto "his timo and attention to questions pertaining to better salaries for teachers and Increased support for tho schools," along with "oxpert clerks and statisticians." On the face of tho arrangement the desiro for better salaries and "increased support" appears- - to outweigh even Michigan the official duties State Normal School President. Local and State help has been solicited in behalf of tho schools, but the Hoke Smith bill Is to be an Instrument for the securing of Fed- oral aid to the sum of $100,000,-00While for a time there was but scant comment on this bill noticeable In the dally press, the last rew weeks have Bhown that many publications havo been enlisted in aid of the bill. But what d is said is and misleading. The usual arguments, that the pub lic schools are the sole hope to block the plans of the U. S. "Reds," and to check Illiteraor. etc., are not to the point, and for this reason tho thoughtful Ameri can will not' accept tHese conten tions as arguments for highor salaries. A reasonable argument, however, is presented by Public Service, the weekly publication of tho Institute of Service, conducted by William II. Allen. New York, which says: 'The OTeeTeral aid to education 'btHmaf" "modified go through if the President strongly Urges It, but hardly If the President falls to mention it. Why should he mention It? It's almost a secret, and It's a near secret because its defects have been frankly criticized. No guarantee is given that teachers' salaries will be raised if States get J50.000.000 (one of the provisions of the bill) ; that private schools will not get a big share of tho money (as tuition) for better teacher training; that Federal millions will not bo used to reduce local taxation rather than to Im prove schools; that Federal aid will not be camouflage rather than aid. So far as our present aim is wrong, wo need frank confession rather than Federal aid. Our N. E. A. Emergency Commission has kept tho country from seeing the most important needs by featuring money plasters and new machinery." The Omaha Dee opposes tho bill also and comments" thus: "Tho measure contemplates the placing of all educational institutions under the direction of the Federal Commissioner. This 13 exactly tho Ger-man system." And America very wisely counselled that the bill, ferred to the committee, should re- main there and lie burled in peace. ThoBQ Amerlcan lib- ortIo3 shoula urgG thclr Senators and Representatives in Washington t0 act against any bill that crushes Catholics f reeaom ot edUCation. Particularly, always eager to pre- servo this freedom, will be Inter ested in the opposition to such legislation; their interest will increase when they realize the position taken in the matter of the schools by the N. B. A. We have before us a copy of the "N. E. A. Press Service," marked "Immediate Release." sent out from national headquarters at Washington, taking Issue with the editor of the Saturday Evening Post and containing this statement: "The ecnoois nave been tested by this war as never before. The men who went to the front received their education in the public schools. The loyalty and success of this product is the measure of efficiency of the school." In view of such a statement the attitude of the N. B. A. "toward private schools and the purpose of its propaganda can no pe misiaKea C. B. of O. V. ef-t- ho 0. one-side-- NOBODY LOVES ME. RECENT DEATHS. Funeral services were held Thurs day morning over the remains of Mary Louise Polldrd at St. Vincent do Paul's church. She was seven years old and tho daughter of John and Lula Pollard, 1278 South Shelby Btreet Lntiln TCrrpmor. nirivl RAvonJw.fnnr closed a useful and well-spelife When ho nassod nwirofnllv nwnv nt tho family residence, 1945 West nt COAL - GIVE SOMETHING USEFUL ' Walnut Btreet Funeral and inter ment were at St. Louis Cflmntnrv Monday afternoon. Sunday afternoon funeral services were held for Charles W. Ennls, who died of uremia at hl3 homo. 412 East Leo street. Ho was fifty yearsj oia ana is survived by his wife, Ida Ennls, and two sisters and one brother. Interment was In St. Louis cemetery. Influenza and pneumonia brought death to Charles Llttcrer, aged thirty-four, Monday afternoon at his home, 1007 Lampton street. Ho Is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mary Lit- terer, and five children. Funeral and Interment took place at St. Michaels cemetery. Pneumonia following influenza proved fatal to Mrs. Helen Nlchol3 on Sunday night at her home, 722 Lampton street. She was thirty-thre- e years old and tho wife of Shirley Nichols, for whom there is profound sympathy. The funeral and Interment took placo at 8t. Louis cemetory. Make the married son or daughter happy; or mako tho old folks happy. Give them a couple tons of good Golden Oak or Miller's Creek Lump Coal for a Christmas Present. A good warm fire ihese coming Janu- ary days will mako them happy. ) v SCANL0N COAL CO. INCOItrOItATED City 405. Parkway 203. South 415. South 21G-A. Fred Beck. Mrs. E. Keller and Miss Nellie Nau, and Ills mother and n at his home, 1657 Prentice street. leaving a widow. Mrs. Mary B. Nau; throe sons, William,, Theodore .and Loula Nau, Jr.,; four daughters, Mrs. J. Elmore, Mrs. Monday evening Louis Nau, aged fifty-fou- r, died sister and brother. The funeral took place Thursday afternoon. Many friends are mourning the death of Miss Mamie Glenn, beloved daughter of Michael and Mary Glenn, 2409 West Market street. Miss Glenn was possessed of a genial disposition and was popular among tho young sot. For the bereaved family there Is felt deepest sympathy. The funeral was held Saturday afternoon from St. Charles church. Miss Maria Crowley, twenty-tw- o years old, died of pneumonia Wednesday afternoon at tho homo of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Crowley, 2222 St. Louis avenue. Miss Crowley had been ill only a week, and to her many frlonds tho sad news brought deep sorrow, as she was a young woman of most pleasing character. Her funeral wa3 held Thursday at St. Michael's cemetery. Chesloy will certainly hear of the way we've been treated," he was told in tho station houao. Somebody must have heard, as many of neg-oc- 3 tho with no draft cards weer flued $5 and the fine suspended without being held for tho Qnitod States Government, as many white men have been. It is true that many policemen left from former administrations resigned, but scores of these left than the necessity of unity as an tho department when newly apesentlal condition of success. As pointed officers mado such remarks long as the Central Powers main- as, "You might as well quit now tained ji prontor nnltv fhsin ihn Al. we'll get you anyhow." This was lies, although outnumbered in men easily made apparent by the dally and material resources, they never-- , trials of pollco and detectives on theleBS gained victory after victory flimsy charees of "Dernlclous nolltf- and almost reached the goal of final cal activity." A score of police 6ucceB3. It was only when that wero discharged on this "gag" early "Gray Man of Christ," as "Marshal In the "game" and others were Foch has been called, was appointed hounded until they quit. Every Generalissimo and given supreme police Lieutenant and Captain was command over all the forces of the reduced. Many of these men had Allies that the eagles of victory been on tho force from twenty to lighted upon the battlo flags of the thirty years. All but two Sergeants Entente and crowned the causo of were dropped and Republicans took humanity with swift and comploto their places. This was done in tho success, if society is now to bo re- face of tho shortage of proper maconstructed on the basis of a truly terial, and no tolling how far it Christian democracy and tho autoc would havo gone but for the inracy of the Czar and tho Kaiser is ability of tho Board of Public not to bo succeeded permanently by Safety to secure men to fill the the yet moro dreadful autocracy of places. Only a few of the old men demagogues as remain. Somo of theso wore capasuch blood-thirst- y Lenlne and Trotsky, or to come ble men annolnted hv nrlnRtflnd and nearer home, of brutual brigands ot Bingham, whom the Democrats hold tho Villa and Carranza typo, then auring two successive administraIt must be because the disciples of tions. Christ are somehow going to forget Even now with a four nf ihn world was so necessary to the salvation of tho human race as right I now. Tho great war, foretold in the Apocalypse under the namo of ' Armageddon, has been fought to a finish and the armies which havo contended for what is most desira-- ' bio in Christian civilization havo como forth from tho conflict victorious. Among tho object lessons taught us by the greatest war In history nono has been more striking , left in the department, the tury and to stand together In a Republicans do not want civil servworld-wid- e unity against a cosmic ice yet. After these men are weeded Socialism, imbued with the spirit out they will ask Louisville to tako the divisions of the sixteenth cen- veterans - M loving-kindne- ss ton William J. Rlhn, aged Blxty-Bl- x and for many years a highly respected resident of the West End, is another victim of tho dread pneumonia. Ho resided at 1910 Rowan street and is survived by his wife, three sons, James, William and Charles Rlhn, and two daughters, Annie and Florence Rihn. Funeral services were held Monday morning at St. Patrick's church, of which de for ceased had been a faithful membor, tremendous world struggle Christian liberty and civilization, Death has taken from St. Colum. which now lies before us, Catholics bla's parish another of Its devoted ought to respond with universal and exemplary members, Miss Nora and enthusiastic assent to tho call Sullivan, whoso funeral took placo of the church unity octave. Monday morning, Rev. Father celebrating the renulem mass. KEYSTONERS' CIVIL SERVICE. Wednesday morning tho last sol- enmn rites were held at Sacred To the Kentucky Irish American: Heart church over the remains of "The Louisville police department Anna May Kolb, beloved daughter of Ella and the late Charles Kolb, is to bo placed under civil service." Miss Kolb was fifteen years old and This announcement was made In resided with her mother at 943 the Louisville newspapers friendly to the local administration. South Sixteenth street Now there is only one real meanNews of tho death on Sunday aft ing of the term "civil service." The ernoon of Henry O. Hill, thirty years meaning Is that good and capable alike are old, beloved hu&band of Mrs. Elsie officers and patrolmen Harprlng Hill, 2120 Slaughter ave- protected in their positions when an nue, brought sorrow to his numerous administration changes. To use friends and relatives, by whom he the words of Capf. William Harding was held In high esteem. Besides in his speech before the Optimist his wife he leaves ono son: his par Club, "Tho Republicans busted up ents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Hill, the best pollco force Loulsvillo ever and one brother. Sylvester u. Hill. had. Now look whero we are." He had been III only a week and A year or so ago, had this ansuccumbed to pneumonia. The fu nouncement been made and had it neral was field Tuesday morning been carried out, tho public might from St Brigid's church. havo paid some heed. The Searcy out ruthadministration started OUURCTI UNITY OCTAVE. lessly to wreck the pollco and fire departments. In the police depart The octavo of prayer for the re- ment they found that anyono can turn of all separated Christians to put on a suit of blue and walk the unity of the one fold under the around town. Catching of thug3 one shepherd, which Is annually ob- who nightly strike down citizens served from the Feast of the Chair and rob them of their earnings, or of Peter at Rome", January 18, to tho highwaymen who robbed and the Feast of the Conversion of St murdered Younger and Goesman is Paul the Apostle, January 25, now ofonly secondary Importance. The rapidly approaches. There We" im- first object was to put men in ofperative reasons why thisibetave fice who would be of political asshould be participated in' by the sistance. Many of these, men owed Whole body of the faithful hence- no allegiance to anyone but Searcy forth with the most intense devo- and showed it by "shooting up the tion. Never since Christ first ut- town," Others who would "havo tered his highprleatly prayer that made good policemen were told all who believe in Him might be where they stood by the lawbreakone (Ut omnea unum, slat) has ers themselves, as in the case of there been a time when unity one policeman who took in custody among Christians of the whole a number ot negro gamblers. "Mr. Ma-loney of Antichrist and which tho Prince the political machlno being built up of Darkness has already mar- by Searcy and keep it for all time shalled in hattle array for the 10 come, 'mis is their idea or civil debauching of society and tho service. Civil service for Republidemonlzing of democracy. Wo Cath- cans only. olics know well the power of prayer, Now in tho fire department nothand if we would see tho reorganiz- ing is being said about civil service ing of tho Christian forces In an a3 yet. Tho Republicans effectlvo opposition to antlchristian that anyone can wp.-i-r n milt nffound hi no Socialism, then we muBt first of all ibut they also found that robberies unite with our Dlvino Lord in his can bo suppressed by newspapers, prayer to God tho Father: "That but a fire can not. A fireman can they all may be one, as Thou. not bo mado in a day. Many of Father, in Mo and I in Thee, that the new flrnnvpn nnnnlnfrwl rottiaa-- i they also may bo one in Us; that absolutely to go through tho school tho world may believe that Thou oi training ana leap into the not hast sent Mo." In view of tho which is necessary in life saving. But for the Board of Fire Underwriters the flro department would have been wrecked long ago. Tho Underwriters were Instrumental in saving the places of some of the Captains when at ono fell swoop all the Assistant Chiefs but ono wero replaced and a Cincinnati man was brought hero as Flro Chief. Slowly but surely tho fire department will he rebuilt with Republicans, who will' learn at the expense of the city. Tho Are insurance companies have their oyes open and now a higher insurance rate for Louisville is being contemplated. This alone meaHB thousands of dollars in indi- rect tax for the perpetuation of the Searcy machlno. Capt. Jerry Hanlon, the hero of many fires; Capt. Steve Obst, Capt. Burnett Hardlnsr. Cant. Feririta Wan. nedy and others have recently been reduced. When all tho veterans who made fire fighting and not politics a business are let out we can expect the Board of Public Safety to announce that the firemen have been put under civil service. The Republicans hand back the forlorn cry that the Democrats tampered with tho two flnnartmfTif hut fca lie is given to this by the long list or men wno naa Eerved ton, twenty, thirty and even forty years, who wero securn until tha nrcunt chaotic administration took charge. wo-vgot tne Keystone police, next comes the Keystone fire department. A CITIZEN. e J FRENCn TOAST. Beat up together one egg, one cup of skim or whole milk and salt to taste. Place a small quantity of butter, bacon fat or other suitable fat in a frying pan. Dip slices or stale bread into the egg and milk mixture until they are thoroughly moist and fry on both BldeA until a antdaa kMn Serve hot with or without syrup. broad-bottom L J v.i SCl&TSCTXJOTBrVT - JbJSOO&JStXOA.'Be Make this a Red Cross Christmas Jfes Lrx JV. '11 sH - ftl ' The happiest, merriest Christmas tne world ever knew is almost here. But in the rejoicings of peace and freedom there is one note of seriousness that America must not forget there is mis ery and distress and sickness all over the world. Relief must be given The work of the Red Cross must go on And to carry on, the Red Cross must have the support of your membership, WJ Wear your "Button It is evidence that you have placed your stamp of approval on the excellent work which the American Red Cross has done and will continue to do. Don't think for a minute that there will be curtailment of essential work. COS know you haven't forgotten Belgium and ffrancc. and our boy a who remain- overseas.. - Put your fiag in your window lct your neighbors Cross theisRed anda dollar ioin need aheart 3 - allyou i'- W. CI? Pys CTJ 2y5- , ' " ' ' . v ; '" ' ' THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED, By JOHN Tv BARBEE ft CO. THE KY. IRISH AMERICAN REHM.ZEIHER CO. L. M. Thompson Straight WhukeCo. . . . . v - f ." 4 g: & 2 LOUISVILLE GAS & ELECTRIC COV "'J. L ROLAND ft CO. " -' , K tlnWN.PnBUAN A.CO: EMlRY. BOX CO. ... . '.$ .. . ' . . . BERNHEIM DISTUNG CO. FRANK HARTMAN ft SON J. AL KOLB HENRY KNIGHT A SON 5 g tfjJ'JMWiiilitiBiltti Mfl"'' ilY'li Ttfjai- - iii far ,nr. mitt XVilh.'aW-- i mi r,n 'mni.r Mht," V m? i j; .afcj-,- .L.. w..i ):-.. .A. '; -- . I - i - - L. t i lM&Mtaj ' ii;3lj,$.jg(-.J ; fyV.pffirfffi... '" , j fi ;'j.-- . fKxl jceoscjoky iteMH RAILROAD Ownership h Question For People to Decide Says McAdoo. .ajMn&EKiOAsr. SMbKHHHbWHHMHHHHHHSHBHH A. E. Norman, Jr. Vice Pres. A, E. Norman, Pres. & Treas. A. B. Thurman, Scc'y. il Ml H Ml III III M HI IM II I HI MM 1 W thb J FURS-F- URS The Norman Lumber Co. Incorporated. THE GIFT DE LUXE Our Holiday Sale now in progress makes it pos. sible to purchase your personal gift needs to emphatic advantage. Director General of Roads Claims Seizure Necessary to Win the War. Concerted Movo of Big Press and For Prlvato Interests Control. PATS TRIBUTE TO OUR AR3IY. and others p, MANUFACTURERS OP Shooks and Poplar Bevel Siding, Poplar Lumber, Rough, Dressed and Resawed. Box MAGNOLIA ANENUE From Oth to 10th sts. Fur Coatees, Capes, Stoles, Scarfs arid Muffs at a Broad Range of Prices Choice while they last One lot of Coney Scarfs and Just 27 Canadian $ik A Muffs, Brown, &i( AA V.UU plt).DU Black, Taupe, Wolf Scarfs, Home Phone 1191 Hoilenbach's Wine House Karl Hollenbach, Prop. BON VOYAGE. WHAT SANTA CLAUS CAN LEAVE. t I fl secured a big motor boat house Brother Just a Tho Colored will have a task cut out for him as continuation of tho crap game3, Keystone police, easy holdups and Primary Candidates Making An. the public Is pretty sweet on soldier boys Just now. Tho Louisville Rethe protection of "Mr. Chesley." nouncemonts for Demopublicans havo also served notice Dan Sexton A round trip ticket that the Eleventh district, the former cratic Nominations. to Havana with Harvey Brown along Republican bulwark, will have to as bettinc commissioner. tako a back seat, and cite that Many Old Friends Just a clue as Bethurum of the mountains was to tho whereabouts of good old shelved LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. Will Connelly. of Winchester, and thofor Bruner, of Louisville, Ronald n machine Tho Democratic Party A solution here, assisted by National CommitCandidate for Lieutento the Duzzlo of what became of the W teeman A. T. Hert, aro going to It is a certainty that on the first of July the United labotf vote that tho political leaders ant Governor. have a big say in picking the ticket c were Kolng to deliver. rt seems that Judge B. J. Bethurum ; States will be under prohibition and also that within a Tho Junior Order A chance to Is still a llttlo soro over tho primary ; short time the taxes on whiskey will be increased perhaps havo flag raisings and patriotic result and takes quite a fling at narades now that tho war Is over. double. Judiciary propojRce( May Narrow Down Hert's Sauiro John J. O'Brien Just to Governors sition and says it is not practicable continue as tho most popular Magis Between to & Ceateet Ireland Justlco and freedom that A fight between tho Fifth and ElevWe therefore advise the public to lay in a supply of : Is now to bo meted out to other trate in Jefferson county. Black and Cherry. enth district Republicans in tho Charley McDevltt A stocking full whiskies, brandies and wines for future medical use. small nations. primary Is a foregone conclusion. Insurance r. ' to speak of big fire T. Chawk policies. re Roosevelt - Ability A labor Dr. John French so ho can ravo at WIlBon cruitlng Our firm has been in existence for over thirty years FREEDOM FOR THE WORLD. iaunt to Europe with John M while the President is In France. McDevltt and "Buck" Brennan as a. o. PJTBttNG ,OF MORROW. and our reliability is well known. Nearly Every American Family The President of the United Tho soldier or sailor boy homo for assistants. States has gono abroad to secure t John J. Barry With It. Our offers our genuine: Christmas. "freedom for tho world." God speed where he A or "I am not going to tell you what : Senator Beckham More plums can parade 'em conventiontogs. him, for liberty is a precious gift enow nis new to do with tho railroads. But you for his faithful supporters In KenRonald C. Oldham, of Winwhiskey, $7 per gallon. Absolutely pure Ed Coleman A hiding placo from chester, for three years a member from heaven, and the man who helps and I know as wo never did Just tucky. the many girls who want to dance of the State Eletclon Commission, nations to come into such a heritago c what our flag and national anthem Gen. Percy Haly For some one Is an apostle. But will California Wines, the best and oldest to be gotten, $2 t mean and how the sight of the one to tell him that they ain't kidding with tho soldiers at the K. of C. announced this week sb a candidate tho in truth of tho United States ( President A Tom Dolan and tho music of he other thrills him about being a candidate for crayon portrait for Lieutenant Governor, subject to s per gallon. of himself in mili- action of the Democratic party, and secure freedom for all people, none us as never before t Both were Governor. c tary uniform to give to the Hlber In his platform announcement favors excepted, not even Iho Irish? Who mado moro glorious by tho deeds Tho Prohibitionist Reformers can say? Does the President of the Fruit Brandies, Apple, Peach, Pear, Apricot and c nlan divisions. a business administration and rigid United States Intend to make an of such men as Lieut. Col. Whit- Any old Issue that will keep them Lawrenco Reichert All of tho economy in the' conduct of the peok Prune, $8 per gallon. tlesey who, when the Huns called from work as long as demon rum beer drinkers to give Ambrosia a ple's affairs. Mr. Oldham's personal attemupt to securo freedom for all upon 'him to surrender roared 'Go did. poo pie, nono excepted, not even tho experience fit him to Irish? He has answered that questo hell.' All honor to him and the Gov. A. O. Stanley A special trial. Cordials and Liqueurs, Imported Wines and Imported Billy Repetto An audience to and political other bravo boys who fought to train to take his loyal supporters to listen to hla Hostetter almanac serve as the second highest officer tion himself. In message after of the State and; ae tho presiding message he has declared for tho exalt this nation as never before in Washington when his Sen- storld French Liqueurs at. the lowest prices. renofficer of the Senate, its history. I am amused at tho atorial seat. of all nations, Hogan A chance der material service ia be could laws Sergeant Merlin enacting, Ray Barrett A bigger danee Kaiser's lack of education. Had ho ' none exeepUdv.A'vr?uJmUnd. He K Pknn- Main or Cht JMR. ksf give .the .fair sex. a treat on the for benefit of of Ken. Vlftlted thk country during one of floor foe the soldiers' dances of "tfee to. to war avenue with, his civilise clothes. candidacy caljfl Alils country-for every nation, tucky. Mr. Oldhaaa'e our political campaigns he would Knights of Columbus. Mechling Am opportu- was well received - bjr JDewjaiixMa name of freedom Dr. H. H. HILMAR EHRMANN & CO. have learned how we can tight Arthur Stern A doll or toy for Ireland Included; he kept tho counto show among ourselves and forget it after the Orphans' Pleasure Club to give nity learned of local Democrats what throughout thftJIsTand his manly try at war for the same hlgh purWashing and bpisr'Btand politics la he while serving on tho pose; he AAAAAAAtAAAAAAAAAAAAjftAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAT)r3i election. He has learned that when every poor child on Christmas morn. ton. our shores at a critical Ji3ftate Election Commission has won .time to left Frank A. Geher Just holiday attacked by a loreigner we fight toeffect that high purpose, R, Gordon-r-Thomas trill him many supporters, gether as one againBt him. freedom for all peoples, tho Irish Insupporters, HOLLENBACII'S WINS HOU8B Lieut. Gov. James D. Black Is tho "Our people goneroualy provided loyal friends. Hence, even it he were TH PHIL, HOLLENBAOH CO who know ho was handicapped with only one who Jia announced offi- cluded. Al HeTrmapjjrnrGuv Ostorman the means that backed tho valor to waver in his resolve, an a national race, Karl A. Hollenbach, Prop. cially for, the Democratic nomination (tempted XHCOXFORATK) of our boys who fooled and beat AnjiiuTdnco that will listen to them thought, bo Al Smith and Sid Raffo For Otho for Governor, but the entry of Prof. evil and gratuitous the Kaiser. They subscrlbedwjJkTsIng Xmas carols, could not do so. Ho has committed Wathen to put tho LoulsviUo ball H. H. Cherry, of Bowling Green, is ' Importer and Dealer in William F. Mayer' Tha young club In their stocking. Dbstlll&m Ot to a policy beyond cavil or lavian saennce to tJWjtLiberty expected any day and many of the himself And why should They ralsedrhe billions couples contemplating matrimony to loans. Noal Funk and Tom Check A leading politician have already be- ibopo ot escape. Inten- peoplo doubt Mr. Wilson's asked for asft'more. They knew seo him for the furniture. WINES AND LIQUORS promise from tho city administration FQRTUNA SOUS HASH OL orTom Tarpy Just good wishes to quit drafting tneir etreot car em gun lining up fer a fomldable many tlon? Was not his father a slmplo what jSwero flehtinir for as well ganization in hie behalf. To many who will bo enjoying nloves. immigrant? Ho was, and blood "HOLLRNBAOHM PTJRB BYK 144 South Third Street lid tho boys who fought and from tho good judges it appears race Irish tells. Tho land of the Presicigars always IxmlsTUle, Ky Home Phone 1191 John Fontana Nell McDevitt's will be between Blackthat the died. Tho Beelctlve draft democra hisCharley on Christmas day. thing, and Cherry dent's paternal ancestry is as dear IM W. Mala St. tized our army. It furnished green thank you. Cronan Not acame a "fllver" and a year's supply of gaso- and few are taking seriously the to Mr. Wilson as to tho sons of Santa Claus line. troops that were superior to the rumor that Percy Haly will shy his week In advance with that Collector Edward C. Kelly An election hat In the Ting. It Is not probable other immigrants. And has not veterans of tho Kaiser. There are appointment. every month and candidates com- that Senator Beckham will adviso Ireland been oppressed for many a no aristocrats In America today. Near Mayor Smith A translation pelled to uso posters. black and loan century It has been And the We aro all democrats. his old side partner to enter the oppressed, and Mr. Wilson goes to of tho Spanish bull fight army comprised tho best fighting contest when the Senator will havo lift the burden from its racked and so ho can use them democrats on earth. "GETS A LINE." to go before the peoplo tho year starved soul. No man should doubt taxpayers. tho following, and then again If Haly the President's good will; rather, "One of the best features of the onTho Louisville Local Movio Picture Mon Knights of enters the Gubernatorial Grogan, war was tho establishment of sol- Some snap shots of our- local KeyFather race it results should bo in diers' and sailors' Insurance. Tho stone police in action, being funnier Columbus chaplain at Ellis Island, means the withdrawal of Tom Rhea, patience and Judgment awaited on based men who took out this said, 'Now than the real thing. who seems to have the nomination them. solwhere many ot our wounded for Auditor cinched. Democrats feel that tho wife and the kiddles are President of Dr. John (P. Beckor His friends True, the plan of provided for, I can fight for Undo that can't seo 'em a mile oft come diers aro taken upon arrival in this that honor and reward are due Mr. the United States the meet with will Bam like hell I' To tho credit of and seo him in tho Stark s building. country, is usually the first man to Rhea for his work In tho recent bitter opposition from England. Uncle Sam be it said that wo have 13 Tho Allied confer-Frank Drowry An early cam- meet a soldior as ho walks off or campaign, but do not see why Percy Department paign so ho can deliver that Demo- Is carried off tho boat, and he has Haly should muddy the waters at That tat clear. London recently and Treasury In tho ence in (38,000,000,000 worth of insurance cratic patriotic speech he is now a cheerful, heartfelt greeting for tho present time. world for problems every ono of them. He "gets a For Secretary of State Mat S. canvassed the in Paris. Tho Poles, for our soldiers and sailors. Tho trying out on his friends. to discussed line" on tho boys Immediately and Cohen, the present Commissioner ot thobeFinns, tho southern Slavs, tho average Is about $9,000. And it Congressman Swagar Sherley cost each man only $70 for each Ability to thank tho intelligent and later, as ho visits them In the hos- Agriculture, wllLbe a candidate, and northern Slavs, the eastern Slavs, (10,000, and guaranteed families white voters who supported him in pital wards, ho manifests tho same It Is rumored that Charles Milllken, the western Slavs, tho Kaiser, trade, lively Interest In them and is only of jthis city, who would have won Indemnities and other Important and against starvation. There is no November. tour years ago but for the vote longer danger of pension scandals. Senator" Charles Knight Somo a few hours after tho arrival Isof a his home town, will also try for of unimportant affairs and persons the that were discussed, but there was no Had there not been money back ot ono to head off that Mayoralty boom, boat that Father Grogan honor. Prof. That looks tho boys who fought wo could not as ho Is too busy to even talk poli- most sought man on tho island. The Superintendent V. O. Gilbert, present word about Ireland. ef Public Instruc- bad, but then the President of tho Boldlers like him immensely and he tics. have licked the Kaiser so soon." tion, has also been mentioned as a United States has gone aoroaa to Col. James P. Whallen Wishes likes them a situation that boars Following Mr. McAdoo's address of State, Lieut. Col. Whlttlesloy, hero of tho of happiness and prosperity for his good results. Father Grogan knows candidate for Secretary King, of secure freedom for all nations, Ire while Prof. the cheer and solace that a "smoke" Newport, is William P. Argonno Forest," many and loyal friends. "Lost Battalion of a rumored candidate to land included Is a second obstaclo to And thore Board of FIro Underwriters A brings to a wounded soldier and succeed spoke of tho American soldier boys Prof. Gilbert. tho accomplishment of Mr. Wilson's and paid a tribute to tho Irish new fire department or some fire- always has a quantity of cigarettes GooSeairter, State Treas burnose. Sherman England Is trumpeting regiment of New York, the Fight- men as good as tho Salvage Corps for them. Where he gets 'em is urer, developed such strength four explained in the following letter to years ago freedom through the world. ing and Rer. Father force. many are mention- heralds turn to the north and Her that call Vic Ecker A great big silk serv- Prank W. Smith, Chairman of K. Halligan, a chaplain. Col. Whittles-le- y am aspirant for this and Belgium, to the south ice flag In honor of the Trinity of O. Committee, New York Coun- ing him as office, for liberty said: some say end shout for freedom for Serbia, while that State army for "Americans who did tho real Council boys In thePetty and navy. cil, on War Work: that his record eatltles him to enter Chief of Police A remedy "Dear Mr. Smith: Accept most the contest for Governor. Attorney to the east and clamor for emancifighting won't come back hating the to tor ear burning caused by knocks for reGermans. Some of them would on his Keystone police department. cordial thanks for your kind sol- General Charles ,H. Morris will be a pation voices Bohemia, fall the westfor them, should their - v Louisville, Ky. membrance for the wounded Third with the chare their cigaretteH candidate for and John there at England's door, at the very chance should they meet him on the to Col. Frank McGrath The of tho diers at Ellis Island. The cigar- Duffy, of Hopkiaerllle, Kaiser is being moment that England is filling the show hla appreciation road. They fought for an Ideal. many loyal and true followers that ettes were particularly welcome. We mentioned as hie opponent, also whole world with cries of liberty, John Mazzoni, Prop. They read William James and his support his Democratic leadership. distributed them to the wounded Judge Frank Daugherty, of Bards-tow- fraternity and equality, Ilea Ireland Home Phone City 1263 whilo registration was going on to poem. They went Into battle worse, And John H. Hennessy The Job of Immediately on landing. The boy3 law. under martial right wrongs. They did not' fight nominating McAdoo for President Rodman Keenos, Clerk of tho Cumberland Main 0103 coming back have a warm placo In Court of Appeals, will be a candi- while British heralds are trumpeting Homo Phone City 7158 for the dollar. They did not fight on behalf of the railroad boys. British Jails liberty to hearts for the K. of C. WJth date for State Treasurer, but it Is are sendingthe world,mocking voices merely for adventure. They did out the Col. M. J. Brennan A good seat theirgood Very sincerely, expected ha will' Save bitter opposi- of Irishmen, imprisoned on Britain's wishes, not fight as do the Bolshevlki. They In a movie theater with none but all "A. J. Grogan." tion because ef the rumor that his did fight for the liberation of tho pictures of his favorite soil these many months, not Charlie candidacy is part of Haly's plan to alien without trial but without a world and for humanity. All were Ohanlln. only GET AMERICAN TOYS. Chaplain .Halligan . William G. Harding An engraved control the State Board of Valuation. charge. England is demanding freecourageous. Sid Douthttt wfll be a candidate dom for all the world, Ireland exshowed that when ho risked his life motto of his famous saying: "Look The as Railroad Comto bury ono of our boys. The Wilson is deat the police department we have abroad Knights of Columbus Workers for President began the distribution this missioner ia the eeond district, and cepted. inth Regiment, tho Rainbow now." manding freedom for all the world, of Division of which I was proud to Ed Aud A ticket to Florida, a weekto $50,000 worth ot American during his term he has won tho Ireland included. That Is a difficult toys the children ot Lorraine, and support of many who were opposed problem. The result will be awaited be an officer, fought for civilization, palm leaf fan and a racing form. 1IU and it would With more than interest and with morality and the right." Joo Dougherty, Everett Lannng Christmas trees have been placed to him four year-agbe and Ed Nelhaus A little of last along the roadonwith parcels for tho not postsurpnaiRtto see him go to firm hope that no one will be disapchildren hung them. Each parcel tho without epposltjon. year's weather. pointed. America. N. tV. COB. SECOND AND LIBERTY K. OP O. AS SANTA CLAUS. Many new entries are expected in Charley Barker An order from bears a card reading: "From the land of Washington to the children the Democratic prUoary and It would SHOULD BE PATD3NT. Planning to play the part of Santa the Government to build about of the land of Lafayette and Focb. not be surprising to see some of the Claus for the American soldiers and three or four million dollar plants Merry Christmas." soldier boys rum en their way homo Entrance on Second Street be patient with those drill For Ladies and Gentlemen. We sailors, William J. Mulligan, Chair- around here. t get into the game, and many of the peoples should Mayor's Secretary Paul Burlta-gam- e in Europe that are trying man of the Knights ot Columbus boys from ever there have been to WEST END BABY SnOW. People to quit guessing as to out their political salvaCommittee on War Activities, arIdentified enoecfe with: party politics tion.work is quite a simple thing for It in their Infancy and grow up government Is the result of cenrived In France Monday. In addi- whether the horse he rides comes The Hibernian Social Club will to demand and secure recognition. us to It of government by the with it with almost a thoughtless turies Of development. It would be tion to supplies for Christmas cele- from the police or fire department. stare a- baby show at the Norman In the Republican ranks it appears people. speak must bear In mind that ness ot its meaning. They have no asking too ,much to expect a people Keystone Police A larger force We brations already shipped to camps and that Ed Morrow's standing candidacy few more Amusement House, Twenty-firs- t European, and particularly idea how or whence tne sen gov- who have had no experience and no in France. Mulligan ordered Christ-ma- so they ean bring In Portland avenue, Thursday evening, for the Republican nomination for, for the Central Europe, it is a ernment originated. Self govern- preparation to adopt over night a remembrances in London for relatives from the sticks. those ot City Assessor Baldauf Some for January 9, and all babies under Governor Is beginning to pall on new lesaon. We Americans know ment ean not be learned out of a form of government that Is absoPershing's the Milder. Cheer to Knights of mer lottery players or good gueesers three years of age are eligible as some of the Q, 0. P. and this week nothing of any government except hook or bv a. course in a corre lutely a Strancer to thnlr arnarletirA ray supplied by the entries. Handsome and valuable It was annoHaeed that Lieut. Col. self government We have no. his- spondence trchool. We did not learn and ways of thinking. The founda Cotamfeus will be earried to the boys to work ae deputy aseeaeors. Bowling Green, will be given- the winner, n. H. Dettkardt. Beott Bullitt and WW Duffy A prig In that way. Out of hard ex- tions of their system are different by squadron of large motor trucks & served with tory, no edueatlan and no tradition it there wiH be a special motor ear. Chairman MulligaH chance to go after Villa, being that in addition of motion pletures that a soldier wfce. 4a France, will be a er practice of- any other kind of perience and years of blood and from these ef ours. They knew and programme honor here and Kaiser. we blazed our way. Our nothing but the eede of absolutism. CkrlainM day with ft they trlcMMM off the strong & will candidate. Kfta 4aoBee Morrow government. Oar ehlldrea absorb strife arm j evening. X. J. KcDermott A MMMH, cditorialy that the railroads should be turned back to prlrato owner-chiwhile tho working and laboring classes believo that Govern ment control was successful, and In this connection William G. McAdoo, former Socretary of the Treasury and Director General of tho Railroads, says that it Is n question for the pcoplo to decide. In an address delivered at Now York this week Mr. McAdoo said: "Let a majority of tho peoplo decide once and for all whethor we are to have Government or private ownership of railroads and other public utilities. I personally do not care whether wo have Government or prlvato ownership. Let a majority of tho voters decide that question. I am not afraid of tho of the decision of a majority American peoplo at any time. 1 Bhall always think well .of tho peoa plo even If they did return Republican Congress at the last election. Though I am a Democrat In politics I am an American first and always. I do say, (however, that had not tho Government taken over tho railroads and tho transportation of guns, clothing and Bupplies for our boys who so won the battle for liberty and not havo civilization, wo could ended this frightful war as quickly as wo did. Uncle Sam commanded, 'Forward until the Kaiser Is licked! Wo obeyed the command by seizing upon every means of complying gal-lanty of tho big daily pres3 are pleading Tho Courier-Journ- al HUSCH BROS. 212'214-FOURTH Importer and Dealer in AVENUE. J. WM. DETCHEN, Manager. kAAAAA Wines and Liquors assistant to helD church bell. Tho TaxDavers Who In A ringing a list of the few STATE at the public's expense. 144 S. THIRD ST. Louisville, Ky. rAAAAAArAr K HILMAR EHRMANN COMPANY Searcy-Chilto- e HsBBB-BBBBBBB- V non-partis- an - . -- eight-year-o- ld t he.-take- s ifctv-peop- le - ..r''nLi:;. -- ?- -- irrr .. mm?J?2JUuMkjJlttr ! BE SURE TO CALL FOR - i I McRENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. H, McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky, A Sixty-nint- h, PHILMAZZ0NI&C0. CAFEJ, St., 212 S. n. Sixty-n- on o Wn w. u 'eel I - n - i - 1 ' . JtCBX&E'XaOJECY XJBtXmiBL A.3kE3BIOAJSf. KEYSTONE Police Not Worrying About Capture of Auto Thieves aad Burglars. Negroes Showing llesu.lt of Coddling by Republican J; Party Managers; ' Keystone Police Band Will Mako Big' Hit With 'Levers of Comedy. ri .i '' SOLDIERS. REAL TREAT FOR ENTRY INTO BRUSSELS BY BELGIAN RULER. Photo shows, left to right, King Albert, Queen Elizabeth, Mayor of Brussels and Burgomaster of Just after the entry of tho Kin? and Queen Into tho redeemed Belgian capital. TRIUMPHANT FATHER. Rev. . BAXTER'S LETTER. Is a letter from more. "Time does not permit my writFather E. A. Baxter, Military Chaplain, now In Europe with tho ing further, though there Is much American army. Father Baxter Is of Interest to narrate, and I could Tho following that we lovo lovo of Ireland Is an argument not America less, but well known In Louisville, having been stationed at St. Louis Ber-tranchurch, and was chaplain of tho local Knights of Columbus d's a bad case of ego and the residentd where there Is a big negro Popula- ? tlon will be the sufferers. The UNDERNEATH MAYOR ynchlng at Hickman on Saturday SMITH'S OFFICE NEAR (attention, Men's ?r aHIBHHHHI l and It t St negro soldier all authority Federation and Reformers),Keystone wagnt dlscovered by the B && jsfJSHHH0BHH IksssssssssiH "ssssY tfv police department elthofc, Speakin FEELS GREAT LOSS. Here in Louisville a negro thug of tho title of KoystonWs, the tearcoddled for his Republican vote Tho great loss tho Catholic Or- shoots and kills Sergeant Watt Sav- ful Board of Safety must have j9iiiiihH mi this phan Society sustained by tho death age, of HItchens, Ky who was sta- adopted the name officially, as was v past week a police machine Mr JHr IBbbkC MBylBwtei39 of the Hon. William P, McDonogh tioned at Camp Taylor. i purchased from tho Keystone Ve H Is feelingly expressed in the follow- ..- In .this city the negro has found hicle iuii Auto Body Company, ot -. i. ..- t. tho This makes It nS Columbus, Ohio. 'wHHkBSH ing resolutions adopted by was ihl n.n.,Mimn -vBBiiiS&lESBl Board of Trustees, of which he Burgevln r'"tt? official now and Judge party leaders and openly sneer at a member: ror ,t fl Whereas, It has pleased Almighty lhoLTv0nrenrCMerSt,,Th?inr0 alllnS the cops "Keystonerst" God to call hence tho soul of our Wn?fc0h! 1,Sten t0 thS baDd! 0fl' J01 ft SSfnl William P. McDonogh, ZJrr oh- Joy! Wednesday the glad 0troJ n who has labored In and out of sea.iS S?,i tiflf ?Lv wmff ni lnB3 came officially from tho police son on behalf of the orphans and nA department that wo aro going to agement k? inT.i S ' he handled tho office dioothor charltablo causes in the have a police band and that Howard of Sheriff that four years. His defeat t 0V for cese. Now be it Miller, a police charreur, is getting In tho Mayor's race In 1917 was not Republican thn t nVf Resolved, That the DR. JOSEPH PERNIKOFF. Board of Then tho dictating nr 'rnnrf,n tho because of lack of strength, many MISS ROSIKA SCHWIMMER. 6 Trustees of the Catholic Orphan 'f offcIal name hasn't been selected. voting against him unwillingly and Representativo of tho All Russian Society has lost ono of Its most PiSg,Sh?Slttewnt2i President of the Hungarian Sufwe can't see why or how tho principally as a rebuke to the Jobbed Government, who has Just arrived thi frage Association, appointed Hun- Council, No. 390; valued members, ono who was alpretty V that was at- - in the United States In tho Interest fh department can Ignore the LOUIS- and bungled ticket Army, No- ways ready and willing to sacrifice "With the American garian Ambassador to Switzerland. rirfK thn and appropriate title of the POLICE tachod to his candidacy through an of his country. Dear his own Interests to servo the or1918. My vember 18, KEYSTONE aYi2?tim, &m r VILLE unfair primary. Mr. Cronan emerged Friend: Your letter and papers phans and whose advlco and assist- fS?i,w TOBE ELECTED HEAD. BANDJust tSt "ti?Bi5Si!hH Jeffersonville and Newhow Jealous from that race Just a3 strong with FRANK J. CASSIN. were all received. I was especially ance could always be depended on Albany will ftho people of this section as ever jftg""3lfr-Jose- ph Orphan Society glad to seo tho Kentucky Irish In time of need. As an officer of r Keystone Police Band, and the great majority or our citAnother young Louisville hero has appoint a negro saiary inspector be of It carried mo in spirit ,e Q izens wish him good luck and suc- given up his life for his countryrllft" an(J aQW on th held Its annujneethiglast SuajJAmwii " of his duties anF& rtprtiru' central nicers Is Frank J. Cassln, twenty-tw- o .jreart, controversy with . whlto Louisville won't have to envy the cess ln his new berth. a t. Bortrand's, where my thoughts are ways endeavored to give a servlco lrffiElnto .. a u.. .. . L.UVH IXlliiSn LUO XJ'AllU Ul old, son of Henry F. Cassln, former." XV IV US lununo, Tllfl noniA TrfaH that would redound to the Interests pepplo who nffAi iAntara1 to con- - HlckQiy Hollow Drum and Trumpet United States Commissioner, of 2306. LIFE'S WORK ENDED. PresIdorMWohn Tobo. American' brings to my mind some of the homeless ones of Christ both -- T4Corps. iHurry up, Chief Petty, ana V West Oak street According to a Vlco President Domlnlck Lub- - ,nfereBUng thIng3 that wlll furnlsh spiritually The controversy-- jj of their home. rv. rsalg of our proud band and temporally. Following a long Illness, Mrs. telegram received from tho Adjutant BeS:-- -i me subject matter for this bit of a and near Mayor c;,j.v..IrBtnn pnii, iResolved, That jwe deplore his became public an sixty-si- x years General, young Cassln died In France untimely cutting off, feeling that ?mi t letter. TT,Uilr ?55?:i, d. Angermeler, of pneumonia. Ho entered tho milBand as a headllner forfho'paniuel old, mother "Now that the b,Sgest war in the orphans have lost a sincere and "tv. Sebastian Financial Secretary ,!,",, when the boys como from "over of the NaWflttaWJank itary service August 2, last, and m fleQ loyal friend, this society ono of Its ory Js oyer thQ wor,d was sent to Hubbuch. a;durtoKeStlelnpo?,cePTn of Commerce, died Tuesday after-s- l rec&'raiJOils Camp Forrest, where ho Rrv.rPfnrvnhrlPa'its largest output of books on war most active and efficient officers and SS?PftViSeb.SS SeAdStlng preliminary training. Corresponding rrgreKatytreat lt0wifl be noon at 1 o'clock.at Sts. Mary and historical and otherwise. Already supporters. SSfTJhltlth.i,,Son,d? would & what Pfeffer. Elizabeth Hospital, jfuhy prepared Ho had b"e9e,pverseas about nlno books dealing with tho war have Resolved, That the officers of tho 168th Enserl- was Treasurer1 William F. Mayor. tor opportunity to Bee it at ous our soldiers. After all the could to enter Into eternal life, Mrs. weeks andBesides his tijoj be have multiplied greatly. paTC&tshe js The retiring President, Henry written, much said. Much will July society have masses offered for tho popular Prices. work of war Angermeler had been living with gineers. Fourth of CraP games and reposo of his soul, and that wo ext Bosse, has held the office for threo. her daughter, Mrs. Chester Frey, survived by his older brother, f.B. -terms! The elections took place ln'ftors will swing many a Porlodl-th- o tend to his parents and relatives an?arLeo?Hong tho Thirty-eight- h Y unbounded when they see and Market streets, Cassln, assistant County Englne&F? subject. I confess that our sympathy ln their bereavement, n tho Cassln. were wished various branches of tho society, and a f hold-u- p Keystone 'uwy police that th , absence. on until her condition became so seri- Young sister, Miss aFlorence student The stories. a stored in feeling sure that God's Inscrutable Cassln was former d, It ous it was necessary to move her tho votes being taken to St Boniface wyhave, uu few salient racts uo wuicu auuii uml kucu ways are tho best for all of us, and Green to Investigate a noia-uHall for counting. The officers will iU make thel" forBet the,r troU" to tho hospital. Sho was tho daugh- at tho Manual Training High School. , A ., the bo Installed In tho homo on. tho always. I'll 'lot you in on' one ot that their sadness will provo ter of Capt. Harry Jones, once In these facts now. but only In a way, sanctiftcatlon and blessing of this ;;hJtraecl0rttehrorhalthBe second Sunday in January. DILLON BEATEN. oulsvUle wWook the British merchant marine and The laws of cenosrshlp forbid tho exemplary Catholic man. d and viBitors from far and later Interested ln river traffic, and names of places, as also geographiResolved, That a copy of these According to Associated Pres3 disJEFFERSONVILLE. S2 in was born at the Jones home, Ninecal descriptions which reveal situa resolutions be sent to the family, ; nrfElShFrk stono comedy police will flock hero teenth and Market streets. John patches from Belfast the feature of ?.5?;SStnhC.e..0Le-,C- . MIs9 Clara, I. Dougherty, thlrty- - tions. I can not now bo specific, - tho Catholic press and be spread at in great numbers. By all means. Angermeler, to whom sho was mar- Saturday's elections In Nationalist .... - but some day I'll fill in tho do- large fin our minutes. all out on ried In 1872, was In the retail shoe Ireland was the strength snown oy uuu- -, ur u.u, u:u . . Petty, bring JLno En0Ugh to say that it was ivoystoners Chiefday. just tninK'em it. A tellB dered him out.. Chas. P. Raffo, nf the Sinn Fein. It Is reported thero iiiue business and Ing at the home of her mother, Mrs. ,wuh tho American Army.' One , nini aiso tooK me Mf ami aaiH- 'T.ofn that , Geo. 'H. Naber, !,. in hv tho streets. at Thirteenth 1902. Market that Cardinal Logue and Archbishop Mrs. He died ln Ellen Dougherty, 424 Watt street, ' drive after another was being made Chas. T. Faulkner, Walsh both supported the bChle?gof Police Petty has been LJSl'0' !dI Angermeler was a Christian wife Tho defeat of John Dillon, Sinn .rem. Jeffersonville, of pneumonia, which all along the front. Tho Americans Irish Committee. and mother and ever the friend of Nationalist leader, ln East the influ- - did their part, and did it 'well at developed from an attack of Mayo, Is Btnd wun their clo'dhopper walk the poor, by whom she will be enza. Miss Dougherty had lived for all times. Tho greatest trouble tho final count is FROM OVER THERE. and anticipated when Sinn Felners polled Besides Mrs. Frey missed. Prbingd several years In "Jeffersonville, where with our boys was In holding them completed. tJTnS-- 3? Harry Angermeler, she is survived a heavy voteThe the county and city her father, Daniel Dougherty, died back onco they got a start. On a Regimental Supply Sergeant G. ln by her daughter, Mrs. George Rueff, of Dublin and Cork. some tlmo ago. Sho Is survived by certain day and In a certain place Boyd Cheater, of the First Kentucky In Northern .. .. a son, Frank Angormler, of Ulster tho Sinn Felners will carry r f nm n m rail rr and un. two sisters and threo brothers, Mrs. a certain organization had orders to w wfc fcv fc5 LHU KjUIVL liCKlCMVU mado She also Is survived tho city ot Derry, threo seats ln - mako an advance. All was going Regiment, writes tho following let- other new Innovation among tho St. Helens. Georgo M. Dlffenderfer, Miss Edter tho Kentucky Irish American comedy boys that tho citizens had to Is a buckhorn handle and Barlow by three sisters, Miss Ida Jone3, Donegal and South Fermanagh and monla Dougherty, Daniel Dougherty, Bplendidly until tho 'pup, pup, pup fromtoFrance, blade." dated November 24: Mrs. John Reilly and Sister Mary Northwest Tyrone of Jeffersonville: Lawrence Dough- - ot German machine guns was heard, Is a The Unionists for themselves. "Our outfit Is still bumping discover or fad, If you want Itto term The expect to Henry, of Nazareth Academy. orty,. of Louisville, and Benjamin These are sounds that those who their seats In custom around tho vacant lots of France. POPE'S LETTER TO WILSON. morning the North. retain all Devlin, Nationfuneral was held Friday Dougnerty, or tticnmona, w.y. xne nave been at the front will never Joseph othor police force ln We came out of billets two weeks it so, that no United church, Rev. from St. Qolumba's re has States lunerai was neia from St. Augus- forget. The enemy held tho posi- ago and have been jumping from the entire West Belfast, has The Papal letter presented to Father Maloney ceelbratlng the re- alist forby several thousand been votes. tine's church. elected tion of advantage and the whistling place to place ever since. I met lots aaopiea. xae xveyBioan uoj Wednesday by quiem high mass. pre8ldent bullets made the men hug the earth. of Louisville boys over here, amons CerTttl. the u and many wonder . But the objective had to be reached tTinm tialnw wll fVTtlAn nnrl fVirt when n, o'tnn t,iPnfi0d for WELCOME FOR S0LDD3RS. Tho firing ceased, and at the same Brady boySi otls Logadon, the JThy?.h'?LPett i. v nstant a Lieutenant, who was act-- ; TwIn CIty League umpire, Is ln our 11 uiuvitwur. ,.ua assistance in- behalf ot small op- especially ciutu. pressed nationalities, J. W. Oliver, President of tho a pninnrf iuk as milium ui a tuunmuj, w Thfi Pnnn'rt outfit and has made his appearanco Broadway is a iBiiuig how he and v ' a " .1ium& Board pf Trade, on Louisville rf r.a aa&Y raia up anu soiuk lurwnru. no wua n the role of "umps" several limes. ?woCot mh theUKeySton7ToHce" fi9 Wednesday was appointed ChairpeaSbe ng man followed by his men. With a Arable Tho weather we are having Is fierce. of a commUteo to assist ln that was mrre than human It sure Is muddy and has been rain- rainy night recently strolling along fehelthroJgTenngh'tened &ii jit' TSfr maklne aDDronrlato plans for the and shield not of earth, the Lieu- ing for four days and looks like it swinging their clubs to on hand Benedict also spoke In behalf demonstrations to bo given In honor tenant and his men succeeded in Is good for four more. Our airmen hm thnn6tPrM arising from om of the new countriesdual monarchy. of Louisville's returning boys, vestn area, certainly furnish entertainment go crossing tho the partition of the an mentioning especially Bohemia. The ing him with the power of selecting example set by tno Lieu-- , ng up and diving from cloud to Tho heroic and tenant was later followed by others cloud, upsldo down or any old umbrella to make hfcn?DOir To p to the members of that tho prepara tff agked President Wilson their assuming command Incommittee untu at lengtn me wnoie line was way. The" Boche used to drop scrap maKe 11 more cuu.xiuuihk. nnrl XXfnl. ,.1t, ihnaa PnllnPig tn tphU This committee win C.AnJ it suuim .u. tm- moving forward. Iron, old fly wheels and box car isuw a QUiKcaui en. TAii(h regardless of race and tions. with the city authorities and "Now tho salient fact that J handles, but our aviators chased nut ln fulj uniform helping tho the Woman's Auxiliary of the regiwish you to know Is that iho Lieu- - them to their hole. Our ball traffic officer the evening the soldier ment In perfecting the plans for Is (or was) an Irishman, lng soldiers put so many swift ones party marched to Macauley's TheaREPORT DENIED. the demonstration. President Oliver and of course a Catholic: and most over on the Kaiser that he Jumped ter. There "he was otejivlous to the .., 4t tlml .P will mako public his appointments of the men who followed him wen to an outlaw league and he won't starltfg of the crowd and especially T , . Hotel gliest3, Who YIVOB. H1UI. WHO t. the same. The organization was be able to get back in the game as the Seelbach Am coHlo. within the next few days. Ho said " .. 1. lltxo uccu '" nl?l though ho felt that thero was tho military, police will keep him were uockiuk iu AIia uvuu iu w" proud of the work done that day wi t f tho controversy between that work yet, ho ample and well It might be. It was a off the field. Give- my best regards a pea at a poiiciiiaB tho Vatlcan and tho Quirlnal and expectedtime for this making the no delay ln glorious achievement for our Amerl- - to all the boys and hope we will got form using an umbrella Many wero poSS,binTy that Popo there arrangements for one of the largest .... travelers, but they hart --, can soldiers, deserving to be re- - Back to the good old u. s. A. soon, world-wid- e o 1.., n, spectacles that Louisville has witcorded ln tho annals of the great never seen that emphatically- - denied by tho Osserva-horsmany a day. past shied war. But may we not, ana onouid CARDINAL MERCIER COMING. and mules official organ ot nessed in Romano, the wo not (ln our own records) write at tho queer figure of the Key-- iao vaucan' SB BBBbBBBBBBBSBBhBBSIVBBk IRELAND INVITES WILSON. that It was an Irishman who led Cardinal Mercler, the Belgian pre- stoner waving the umbrella about the way? Some day I will tell you late who defied tho German mili- wildly as he directed traffic. It U CHECKS MAILED. The Lord Mayor of Dublin has his name, as well as the time and tary edicts throughout their occupa- hard to understand, why the um- called a mass meeting In Dublin the place. tion of his country, will visit tlw Dreilft custom waa Maneu, .nureiy r. "There are many points of view, United States next spring, according not to protect their misfit and faded ftr Sunday to extend an InvRation and as long aB they are. Just and to an announcement mado Wednes- - wh,l "111 kn'pw' that" slm Rar a llttirwterwon fair we grant, as we claim, tha day by Rev. John do Vllle, of N3hl Rea , be he,d, '? oter centt.w" right to hold a point of view. Jjcago. He will visit New Xork, hurt their celluloid collar; in fact island. Commenting View" with suspicion" the American- - j Washington and Chicago and may it might, help; a.llttl &r Rsk Insurance Bureau "bout ' throughout the of the Lord Mayor. .!-nnor, iUv wh on the action vnu o.an'L Tf Ism of Irishmen who do not lore 'also go to St. Paul and St, Louis, " 'A wYrT f'rom Washington Uhe Belfast Telegraph says that, Jobberies, hold-upLHIilliHBiiilHKrJl Ireland. To me it is a test or tneir Mser. de Vllle said. re4 of U ster will Join In the loyalty to America, An Irishman !to.mobl!...th!"'t5:; jrcau tn.?a Lq'tbe Lake Division Department ot everyone L, prvr inar zneso miwMw who can forget the land of heroes, WHITE STARS, mvtnnTi hpiipt iuuea uuiKiiu u utw sinj 4. ROY A. WEAGANT. DICTATOR' OF RUSSIA. working hard t preteet the repu- - checks wero to be mailed the second reservation that there must not be saints and scholars will slightest suggestion of politics." Inventor of a wireless used by tha the the free., the land One hundred per cent. Red Crosi ution or our street ear motormen week of this month, ,A"dnwrt, Kolchak, former nSm. foreat ami tVift f of thft land nf the ..,, tha homes can be recognized by the' and conductor boIIo. The Ulster reservation shows tne United Slates that eliminates, tha riio Tuesday . . . ...w...Ww ustvj. BMnnur ui uio itimtnu neitif hraVa w real Orange spirit, which'. Is hostile Interference of messages through PERSONALS. thrhaeli a coap1 'oh' the part ot; the. red, .white, and the blue. .The love white star In the center of the night ten autes were swiped and to everything Irish and Aanerlcan: air Hie 'device will do away with; The CoHBClt' or Ministers or Ithe .aew' of a true' Irjshman for Ireland., Is Red Cross service flags displayed the nress twreau said three. erecting high of Miss Th'elma Bartley. of' Glen It is another strong1 evldensefof the" the necessity crooks fattened UtelrMiUlBg ayer- )V08lr!r'th bw?J,' rprpof of his oye. for In, thalr, windows.' There-- should be age All:RWn.PSyer.i?iet by getting avraf with three ln wood, accompanied her; brother, . IhrHpo.1 of . Ireland's demands .. u me yviuuuw .. .. m .. and towers from which to radiato anl uiewiior-u- i, ,wd.ivjo ",? v'",,l,,!',,,ell0,, bhiuios DHOnf yinoai. im ex- 'innuri k ttt'"Mttn Mir. tar tha VI rein . Mother. is as RHka' nr otrerv ' Tinmn In T.nHlavlllo this I one nour at xnir at Walnut Emmet Bartley, to Louisville last 'should be brought to the attention oatea wireiees waves. ll.'I.A i, .,'t.l. In.'-- ui v.mni.. rr of the Peace conference, a week to Make am mi here. while the Xyt,w provsisn ui iJHrMiRitia .eve. ? w m ijaBBBBYflPnna UymH beauties ot theso countries, tho edifying piety and staunch faith and devotion of tho people. I have lived through experiences that will endure In memory whllo life lasts, but there have been many and grave consolations. I am glad and thankful to have been here. "Wishing you and youra and all friends in Louisville a thrice blessed and happy Christmas, sincerely yours In Christ, "Edmund A. Baxter, 0. P. "Seventy-fourt- h (Brigade, A. E. F." old-.wor- ld dwell, long on the natural A 'few weeks ago the Kentucky Irish American voiced 'the prediction that the people of Louisville and Kentucky were in for an era of negro domination because of tho coddling treatment of the negro voters by tho Republican party managers. Then again tho negro soldiers drafted In tho army (not volunteers) have bepn coddled and praised by space writers in our press wTio magnified the deeds of the negroes and wrote stories about negroes dropping their guns to use their razors, etc., which as anyone A. negro knows Is foolish gush. soldlor, or white sbldler for that matter would have a. fat chanco opposed to an enemy armed with a repeating nfle and bayonet. If a white soldier or soldiers performed PIPE ORGAN OF DOUAI CATHEDRAL LEFT IN RUINS. Photo shows how the Germans loft the pipes of the Doual organ after tearlnjr them out ready to removo to Germany, but were compelled to leave them behind in their flight. short dstance away busily engaged ln catlng banana3 and throwing tho sklnB on the pavement as Is the ..Mck., custom. Robberies, hold- up3 or gambUng games mean noth- to tho Keyatone cop and he is no1 ,nterested even In trying to He Is catch tho ,.dam Blicke havlng tho tlmo of hJs llfe belng a town constable, "by messed P gum, and getting ln all the plctur hoB fMefi. Homo was neve"P 1Ike W and he ,s not hankering to go back to tho plow or the street car platform. To show that he Isn't on looklng up gambilng, CUy thero was a HaU m THB R00M d1RECTIjy POPULAR SELECTION. "IHS a negro a gun or fought the enemy as he piece of news, SS-uinn. & ?!? " B Tho appointment of Charles J. Cronan as Collector of Internal Revenue, Judging from tho comments, wds a most popular selection and Senator Beckham lost no prestige In this section by his Indorsement. The new Collector possesses ability and ho will give tho same careful man- - nJ,f1rtn,nthninPhinn SSf negro R&I&JSuf politicians the has developed TS' - - .iXLJXn HP mHIH r2fih.l. lj lllLrf IZLPlltiFl? J7Z al,aS - tld-?n- w S0 in K! !i?w ?.ngS .:. forKoear5 WOr"w Tn-w- .iiiS tftS dTtfn'vtim w2 ?TnC, w,?i S bt - thk attjOfae-titismach&Tg- e - . ii, iiU L. """" ,'," of-Kar- ry a7 ?S?Sn p. jtajno" W ",! 'fuVSATburly Sr JTffttat , ior rAY"' 'A whto 4v eWai XJZ 1 ?iS i!Sn50,SSS sJ FJnA!?"a!y tr,,t, rlSunesTf - .t V& ., .. L., -' - scl-en- co & bullet-ridde- Sn J '"".' play-tena- nt "J,"". ,..,, - -- !., '""( .vi.t . ia rio es ffi&etaa niucnno0CrbohTffiena .SSLSSSTSSi ?.: 'sn &. sed J , . s. oft lHlsa ST' ta, . ruiuii jbk L-- .,. . in lr ier-hos- ae '