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JttYKt Ettry Driver an Iwkvitte Cartlige enfi Incorporated '' Trick C. I KiKott. . XLIH.-N- O. 22. One of Its high priests, President Nicholas Murray Butler, of Columbia University, recently described what he calls tho "Anglo-Saxo- n impulso" in tho London means. Times. world than I hecdia that theleadership,desperately guidance for its and safety precisely those qualltlos of mind and charactef known in Anglo-Saxon. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 29,1919. PRICE FIVE CENTS. method than misrepresentation. All of tho "boners" are no pulled on the ball field, but In justice to tho. sporting editors we'll, say they public let in on tho ordinary breaks our which renorters not. do At tho banquet given in honor of Sec Havo nn Important Task in Directing retary tv war natcer last weeK near Those Who Aro Needing Mayor Smith in his address said: , "Ladies and Gentlemen, we havo Guidance. with us this evening the distinguished Secretary of State." All of the guests looked for Secretnry ot State Lansing, thinking probably The Splendid Exnmplo and Services (hat ho had slipped in on us for a surprise visit. Of course Mr. Lanof tho Late A. J. sing was not present and everyone Shlpman.. let it go for a slip of tho tongue. Judge everyone's surprise when the near Mayor in closing hid little flowery address said: "And I have tho honor to present to you this Should Give Attention nnd Support. evening nono other thnn our disSettlement and Community tinguished Secretary of y . - BRITAIN'S States Propaganda In Exposed in Investigator' Report. s; Uio-United CATHOLICS "Nothing seems to me more olear It modern history as Is tho extraordinary persistence of ,Anglo-Saxo- n impulse which the brought America Into existence; It Histories and Text Books Rewritten Is tho underlying and controlling fact In American life. It has furnished ', to Influence Present Gen- the war through which the shuttle ' cration. bf time and change has carved the threads which unako American his tory. "Despite tho largo Irish, .German, "of i Northcllffo $150,000,000 Slavic, Italian, Scandinavian and Fund Jewish additions to tho original and Ten Thousand Agents American population, the Anglo- Saxon Impulse holds Its own. For Propaganda.in America it Is repeating, on a larger tcale, the history of England,-anIt is drawing to itself support and MYTH. strength from the other and varied SEE TIIB nationalities that are here joined - S(at-Baker.- " ANGLO-SAXO- N to Immigrants' native tongue. If Amazing revelations of British the in tho first generation, certainly propaganda In. the United States is nottho second, and the English comf oxposed n a report by Edward F. in mon law, with. Its statutory amendMcSweeney, Chairman of the Ameri- ments and additions, displaces tho Committee of the Massa- immigrants' customs of llfo and canization chusetts Chamber of Commerce. The trade with a rapidity that Is triily report in part is aa follows; astonishing." What Is tho object of this alleged . The impulse was and on tho Integrity of the United Is not in the least responsible for attack proof that any at- the progress of the United States. It States and the tack 13 being made? Answering the had nothing to do with tho Spanish imperial am'blt on, In Florida, the Huegenots in VirBret question: the persistent and ginia, the Swedes in Delaware and methods of British diplomacy ihave, New Jersey, theDutch in New York years, --increased an and Pennsylvania, and the Celts In during 300 Island kingdom of 60,000 square Maryland and Pennsylvania.mllAs to an emniro of 15.000.000 of f square miles more than IRISH BILL DATE FIXED. tho inhabited iertilo land area of the world and from a population of been cabled From London it about 6,000,000 to a combined rul- that a definite date hasnow fixed for ing and subjugated population of Introduction of thois Irish) Governmore than half a Milton souls. On To achieve this result England, ment bill. 4, tho or about Thursday, will lay December during tho generations, toy tho arts upon the table ofGovernment of Comtho House In which it is indubitably the mas- mons proposals, which ter of the world, has successfully in thethe Irish of the coalition will. sup wrecked every nation that aspired porters, belief "at to be its competitor for any consid- sion both inleast command discusthe United Kingdom erable share of the world's com- and beyond the seas." Tho London merce or ifor equality of political Chronicle, which is understood to repower among the States of the flect views, world. As the result of this policy says: the Prime Minister's Britain has, by intrigue, propaganda are wishful "The and alliance, destroyed in turn tho that the Governments bo Irish commercial power of Spain, Holland, ined thoroughlybill should one examInterby every Denmark, France and, during tho ested, and they are not too likely .to great world war, that of take any further step with regard and Germany. By the until after Thore remain, today only two na- to it the second Christmas! is fixed, reading time tions which are real competitors of therefore, full opportunity will have England Japan and the United given to the formation of pubStates. Japan, being in hope of en- been lic Its practicability. joyment of the fruits of its secret Tho opinion asOttotho people of the opinion treaties, is for the present not In United? 84ates Is eb.xelevant"to do- ""danger;" "the only remaining- ;com- - clslon or a parliamentary aneasuro petitor to Britain is the United 'but it certain Btatos, which is now being allured of course, public will haveina Ireland effect on permanent alliance, to be and Great iBritaln. opinion point of inInto a followed by a formal reunion, for terest to Americans The probably will lie whichi its propaganda service is ferconin tho fact that the scheme to create a favorable tain all elements of local will vently at work Governdn this country. sentiment ment, as local Government Is underWhat are the proofs that this con- stood in America, and it should, way? It has never therefore, commend Itself to that spiracy is under ceased for over 140 years. Since Anglo-Saxon never-changing "The English language overrules it .SOLOISTS WHO APPEAR WITH PAULMT CHOIR AT ARMORY ,. ON DECEMBER 11. K. Of C INSPECT . 'A-.-- i HE CONVENT. Progress - one-hal- Austria-Hunga- ry TO COST ject with which ccrtainlylMves us a phase ot Inspection oyerifoked by our Catho Paying the Svay of Soldiers, Sailors lic brethren 1& most parts of our State Senator Exposes Vile Tactics country. We .tike tho cue with and Marines in Leading of the Republican Machine pleasure and may tho Idea for the Colleges. consideration o? our societies and Organ. readers. ThetPpegress says: "Lot's have bnvent Inspection of the right yort.: Georgia, AlaScholars Represent Every State in bama and othftrStates in the 'solid' Near Mayor Smith Christens Mr. South have Twsifd' convent inspecthe Union and Also All tion laws wjBhit,' are a foul, Baker as "Secretary of blot; ibpon fcheir statute Creeds, State." books and upoKthe Shonorless men who aro reSpessWe for' them. Under the theory, whlt seems to have fas- iiseu- - upom many Stands Forth as a Rather Solid ieuoupolice pewit isi. a courts, mat Reform Administration increases keeper and the not a' proteotoft. these laws havef Piece of Reconstruction Assessments and Koystono been held coiwVtuttoual. But that Work. Salaries. em decent, hondr-o- r doesn't make able, respects worthy of a man's nroin art.. If the bigot- ed bipeds wh lor convent In- " covers (The CatholI&1?foith!west this grally exciting subthe fallowing editorial, DEMOCRATIC A MILLION DOLLARS. -- ki dermine tho foundations of our na- is a convert to tho Catholic faith, tional life by tampering with tho has been in the priosthood sides children In" the public schools. As 1899, and has been active In mission can. be shown conclusively, this al- work in the United Stato.s and in ready has made substantial progress. Alaska. Beforo he entered tho The history of the Revolution has priesthood he was a newspaper man, been .rewritten. In the words of Dr. and he recolved hlg early newspaJames K. Mosmer, LL. D in his per training under tho lato Manna-duk- e history of Samuel Adams in the B. Morton, a former well- statesmen series, page American newspaper man. Known 263: "The; objections to a connec-- ., At one LouiBvmo was a reporter on time ho Uon with England, fco important a hundred years ago, have been, to the Nashville American and he ata largo extent, set aside;" and fur- -i tended Vanderbilt. University. It ther, "The time may come through wns while he was serving as private some application or xno ueuerai, secretary to Georgo B. Cable, tho principle that they (the United novelist, that he becamo convorted States and Great Britain) may come to tho Catholic faith. together into a vaster United States, MISSION AT ST. TETERS. the pathways to whose scattered parts shall be subjected seas." . Northcllifo's return to After Lord Beginning at 10 o'clock tomorrEngland, following his visit to the ow- morning a two weeks' mission, 1917, it wa3 report- conducted by the Friars Minor ConUnited States in ed to Parliament that he had left ventual, will open at St. Peter's here $150,000,000 for propaganda church, Seventeenth and Garland. and 10,000 agents. In that year a The first week will bo for women Fourth of July demonstration was and the last for men. Masses, will held In London, during which George Haven Putnam, the 'bead of be at 5:30 and 7:30 in the morning, tho Way of Cross one of the largest book publishing in the afternoon, tho rosary at 2:30 and Instruc . houses In this country, made the fol- 1 tion and sermon and benediction at lowing observations: 7:30 In tho "The feelings and prejudices, of the pastor, evening. Father Peberl, will welcome all who deAmericans concerning their kinsfolk were shaped for sire to make the mission and obtain my' generation, as for the boys of the Papal blessing and indulgence. every generation that had grown up slnco 1775, on text books, and BARDSTOWN,4 ' histories that presented unhlstCTleal, Sunday was a great day for the partisan and often distorted views of the history of the first English col- Knights ot Columbus of Bards-towonies, of the events of tho Revolubig when the third tion, ot the issues that brought class Initiation within the past and the six months was put 'oyer. about tho war of 1812-1- 5 The grievances of 18111-6degree work was exemplified by the "The influence of the British ele- Bardstown and Louisville teams, ments in our population has proved nearly fifty new members receiving Bufflolently strong to enable the the honor of Knighthood. Following to bring It under con- the Initiatory ceremonies" a banquet trol and to weld it into a nation was served at the Bardstown Opera that, in its common, character and House by the ladles of the Altar So.purposes, is English. Text books ciety of St. Joseph's ohurch. The ''are now. being prepared which will speakers for the'OccasIon were Dispresent juster historical accounts of trict Deputy Thomas D. Cllnes, Hon. 1812-1- 5 and. u&n jonnson ana outers. the events of 1775-81861r65." NOTICE TO CLASSES. most dangerous and The British propaganda arguMiss Eva Cooper bais volunteered ments is that about "Anglo-Saxo- n orvnlz&tion," because It is the oldest to .teaoh the office training dasct on " and has the most distinguished ad-- - Wednesday nights and Miss Anna vooatea. By dint of iteration and re- bell Agustus the Baglteh mathed matics class on Friday jrights, for iteration this uncontradicted bos actually brought about In the present term. The hours are Ifre United .States the subconscious from - to '9 at the National Catholle . MeeptA&ee of a rafegaadiog Idea War CouneH rooms on Fourth ' iffctoa during the last fifty .years' has street,? and ail girls are welcome to re b until K is. eoramenly used, Join at nay time,. "There t yt nobody ever kow what it efcKWW.: I proposal for people as a Colonial times wo have always had settlement." roasonablo part of tho populaa considerable tion who opposed our national indeNEW ALBANY. pendent existence from British conif trol. The Tories were one-hal- f, Rev. Father John Handley, ot the not more, of the population of Washington's time. They politically con- Order of tho Congregation of St. trolled Massachusetts in the war of Paul, and a member ot the staff .of IBM ana Trvero uxwvw m diiueumj . St. Mary's Catholib church in Chi during the civil war. It is, however; cago, has been conducting this week only during tho last three years that , at Holy Trinity church ono ot tho the modern Angiopwies nave como most successful and beneficent spir out Into the open and shown them- itual retreats for men over known selves In their true colors. in New Albany. It will close toTho first effect of the British pro- morrow wjth sermon and blessing. un- Father Handly, who states' paganda campaign has been to that ho trans-Atlant- ic n, 5. 3, of-th- e false-hee- a iri In their official report of their educational movement for men, tho Knights of Columbus show tbJat out or a total of 3,000 applica tions tor the loo scholarships they offered last August to veterans of the war 9S7 applicants qualified for preliminary examination. Applications wore received from every State In the Union. Over 100 camo from men in France and one from an American soldier dn Germany. Tho Knights increased the number of scholarships from 100 to a number sufficient to accommodate the men who passed tho entrance examination set by the Institution thoy desired to enter. Of the 967 over 300 qualified; 284 are now in school and others will be placed. It is expected that the (final roster r K, ot C. scholars will contain 'between 350 and 450 names. Not one of tho men selected by the Knights had other prospects of receiving higher technical or academic education. Tho Knights provide them with tuition, board und lodging and books. In cases where the men live off campus they are allowed $50 per month for living expenses, a sum in excess of that given 'by most largo endowments. The bulk of the applicants selected technical courses in engineering, mining, agriculture, etc. They have been placed in these numbers: Massachusetts' Institute of Technology, 44; University of Pennsylvania, 2C; University of Illinois, 30; Georgetown Foreign Service School, 25; Sheffield Scelentlflo School (Yalo). 18; Stevens Instituto, 15; Louisiana State University, 9; Worcester Polytechnic, 7; University at Minnesota, 6; (Brooklyn Polytechnic, 5; University of California, 5; Purdue, 6; Mlohigan Agricultural Collego, 4; Ohio State College, 4; West Virginia University, 2; Oregon Agricultural Collego, 2; and Missouri University, Montana State Agricultural College and Colorado School of Mines, 1 each. Holy Cross College, of Worcester, leads in the receipt of academic scholars, having 22; the Cathi ollc University has 19, Notre Dame University 18, Fordham 16, and the others are distributed according to tho proportion of applicants successful in the academic examinations. The scholars come from, all States in the Union, New York leading with 51, Massachusetts, having 49, Pennsylvania 22, Connecticut 18, New Jersey 15, Indiana 14, Louisiana 8, Missouri 7, Minnesota 6, and California 5. While the ,Khights asked no questions concerning religious; affiliations of applicants, all denominations are represented among the scholars, Catholic being less than 50 per cent, ot the total. The names of scholars attending one college are typical. Brooklyn Polytechnic has Barrett, Norwig, Finkelsteln, O'Brien and P era! stein. It is estimated that the cost ot giving these men a full course will be ovef 11,000,000. These scholarships, with the K. of C. demobilized men's technical. schools now operated by scores of K'. of C. subordinate councils, will bring the expenditure for the Knights' educational branch' of reconstruction work into multiple millions, The Knighfcs "" haye no strings on tlie students, excepting they must keep abreast with studies. Many football and. other athletic stars are numbered among them, Including Capt. Tim Callahan, of Yale. Presidant .Hadley, of Yale, has. de- -. Mrisea me pian ,s -- an animrauie. wwk of reconstruotfoa" and PresI-dent Ira N. HoUie, of , .Worcester Polytechnic, congratulated the Knffhte for "going aaaad without red tape and without Imposing .all kinds id. restnicUou.", ce -- reasonable t: age manner, thl3 ' would be granted to. Atod it would be' a good tM odlcs, loo. if they be good for woum occasionally pay a vasit to our Catholic Institutions and glimpse a corner of God's kingdom. Vl3lt tho Catholic orphanago in your community. You need a ihuman heart and not a sear.ch warrant. See tho wondrous work of charity that the! good Sisters are doing dn caring for their little charges. They beg, wash, cook and mend, from early dawn to late at night, In a way which few mothers do.. And through all the. work that tho world would call drudgery they smile and only look for opportunity to do more. It's a tonic for the heart, it imakes heaven seem a little nearer and the world, seems, little better, to Inspect a Catholic orphanage. When so many grand 'women .aro giving their lives to this work of mercy, the' least that a layman can' do is to give a littlo of his money and a little of his time to encourage and assist them. It Is a splendid, noble practice and should be taken up by Catholics and Catholic societies everywhere. Just now before Christmas is a good time to start." THANKS TO CUPID- selves aa men' 1o be shown Vents, orphan bIlM d, 'dlsgutee -- Catholic con-- d schools at and In' reasonable them- - A COMEDY wemen and ask FIRE DEPARTMENT. Cupid has been exceedingly busy this week and his darts are responsible for an unusually large numwedber ot Thanksgiving week dings. So great was" the demand that the License lork put in extra hours issuing marriage passports. Over fifty were granted, in the list being August J. Dietz and Emma Eva Riegllng, Harry H. Puckett and Elva IVonzel, Anthony W. Pflster and Cecelia M. Henly, George Mann and Rose May Johnson, Edwin White,-- Lexington, nnd Elizabeth M. Stickler. William Basham and Letie Renfrow, George T. Hester and Lottie May Burres, Dennis M. O'Hearn, Corydon, Ind., and Grace M. Blndner, John J. Thelnemann and Elizabeth M. Sonn, Michael M. Lang and Alico Cain, St. Matthews, Joseph W. Spalding and Martha Thompson, Elmer B, Patton and Jennjo M.. Lentnn, John D. Clausen and Alice M. Zlegler, Harry Barrett and Clara Ruth Tlor-neHenry Harbsmelor and Elizabeth Jansen, Water E. Tiernoy and' Mary Alma Schwioters. y, I'AULIST CHOUt SINGERS. The coming of the Faullst Choristers to Louisville on December li will, mark the 'musical ovent of the season and should attract an audience that .will tax the seating capacity of the Armory. The Paulist' singers are touring the country, and wherever they appear the memory of the masterful and soulful rendl-tlqt- n of selections from the ma1silc liturgy and songs of the Catholic church will not bo forgotten by the .large and representative aurlences mat near mem. in tnis cnoir aro seventy members, who are Bcorlng a distinct triumph and sustaining the reputation wlth' which their cqmlng Is heralded and ' which is looked forward toas ah event unprecedented, in the annals of music. This rare treat will be under the auspices of the Knights of Columbus, and fofr the benefit ot the educational and oa'aflty fund, HONOR TO FORCK. f Attention has often been called to the political attitude of tho LpuIsvJlIeHerald..; whlchin Its..?pai to live up to its character as machine organ ot tho Republican bosses overlooks its mott of "The truth, no matter whom it helps or hurts," and hesitates at nothing in circulating matter that will please tho bosses. Jealous of the close relations existing between the and Times and A. T. Hert, tho boss of the Republican party in Kentucky, tho Herald wcyks overtime in trying to curry favor and supplant the Bingham press. Somsthlmes tho methods used and the stories printed are not pleasing to ovoryoue, and the poor old Hcpald gets into hot water. Two years ago Charles J. Cronan, tho Democratic candidate for Mayor, forced tho Herald management to rotract in a threatened libel suit and now comes Senator Starling Marshall, Democratic Senator of Henderson and Webster counties, with a roast and arraignment of the Herald tactlcn. In a dispatch of November 17 the Herald stated that Senator Marshall would aid the Republican party In the Senate, and his support vvduld give the Republicans a mnjority because Of the fact that Lieut. Gov. Ballard would have the deciding vote in a tlo, tits tie being made by Marshall voting with tho Republicans. Senator Marshall called the Herald and called It quickly on this statement, and the following extracts from the Henderson Gleaner well doesn't sound llko ho was pleased with tho Herald propaganda: "Editor Gleaner: In the Monday edition there appeared in the Louia-vlll- e Herald an article, written by its editor, Mr. Edward A. Jonas, indicating that in mo a now convert had been made by Republicanism, and that 1 had practically moved bag and baggago into the Republican camp. This information, coming as it did through a Republican paper, will hardly bo given credence by my Democratic friends, but for fear of some misunderstanding of m political attitude I feel called upon to state that tho Herald article was an almost total misrepresentation of my position. I wish to say that in the first place Mr. Jonas had 'no POLITI0AL lntervlow with me. I met him casually nnd discussed music and dramatic art. Of course wo touched the inevitable subject ot politics, and I told him I would support any good bill In tho coming sessldu and would be no objectionist in legislative matters. How Mr. Jonas could have misinterpreted my statements as he quoted me in the Herald is beyond my understanding, "Henderson is well known to be a dry town, and it previous to our meeting ho had broken away from his well known temperance moorings and procured from somb unknown source enough booze to inspire such an artlclo I have no knowledge of the fact. I do recall that while talking 'he did ask mo If any contraband goods were procurable, in tho town' and I answered him in the negative; Sci I attribute his misunderstanding and consequent misrepresentation of my political attitude' not to any liquid stimulus but to his partisan gall and highly trained imagination. Respectfully, Courier-Journal trol and run our city government should reach "Smithy" better than that, as while eyoryfie realizes that Ches. handles tho Mayor's Job here, wo don't want to bo d when distinguished ompany Is present. Thursday the poor near Mayor said he believed that tho plicae, or was dinanco "RAILROADED" through tho General Council, which reminds ono ot tho story ot tho fashionably dressed lady who sat on an old Irishman's dorby In church. Tho lady rising said: "I believe T sat on your hat." Tho old fellow picked .up his mashed and dilapi dated uorhy ana Indignantly replied: "You believe you sat on me hat; I KNOW d well you sat on it." The poor old "Reform"" administration Is getting quite a panning these days from the numerous taxpayers who have had their assessments raised, and the funny part of it is to hoar tho near Mayor and his boards saying that they are fighting' desperately t( keep down (he tax rate; "It's an easy matter to hold down the tax rata, if yon raise ho assessment sky high." Th.en again thoy plead that expenses of the administration aro increasing, but fall to add that they aro doing tho increasing by raising the salaries ot our Keystone nolice and "Hick" firemen. In the police department Chief Petty has created pretty near every now Job possiblo except a manicurist for the Keystone caps, his latest being the appointment of Prof. Ragsdaio as civilian director at $100 por month. We have had a band director, a police parson, a business director appointed for the Keystoners at big fat salaries, fof which there is no provision in tho charter nnd tho appointments arc illegal, and now to add Insult to injury tho "reform" administration pleads that expenses ..arc .rising, and. .tho, taxpayers, jnust! pay tno rrcigitt. Is Tho "hick" flro department getting favorable mention a; nearly every meeting of the General Council. Tho favorable mention consists of giving raises right and left to a collection of men, the majority of whom are a Joke as fav as flro fighting knowledge is required. There aro but a few of the old and real firemen left and this is showu by the big losses reported from ever' littlo insignificant flro in tho past few months. Tho flro companies through some hitch or another aro late in arriving on tho scene, and dally wo hear of somo apparatus being smashed by coins Jns on the way. Tho "hick" flromen are not familiar with locations of the flro plugs and needless lines of hose are stretched frequently. Last Friday night an alarm came in from tho southwestern part of tho city. Firo company No. 16, located at Sixth arid Hill, responded to tho call. Responded alright, but instead of going to tho Are location down town rushed to a flro plug on Hill street, just half a square nwny, and attached the hose. Residents rushed out nnd looked nil around, asking ono another wIiom) house was on lire, and iiumy were getting reads to carry out their belongings, Then some one discovered tho mistake and the poor old "hicks" got hall Columbia from everyone except tho Board at Safety, who. aro keeping the Jitory of tho mlstako a dark secret. Who knows? "Maybe the firemen didn't want to go far away from hone that night. In Parkland recently our amateur flromen played a onoact reel entitled "Bread nnd butter como to supper, or where Is the Are?" A cottage was blazing wheu they appeared on tho scene, but our heroes couldn't locate it despite the Finally oho of them asked blaze. a bystander as to the location of the flro. The disgusted citizen sarcastically replied telling them to knock on tho door of tho burning cottage and maybo the residents could tell him, A Keystone police lieutenant overhearing tho remark said to his brother "hick," "Don't mind that feller, I guess ho Is one of them golderned sorehead Tho Joke Is the citizen was a prominent .Republican, oxibar-rasseDotuo-crats- ." Ches Searcy and his aide3 It does look llko that con- that M'ork. KEEPS MANY WITinN CHURCH. Its conscientious exercise Is naught more than one exemplification of ono of tho spiritual worka of mercy tho task of counseling and directing" thosox In need of guidance an! because of the excellent opportunity provided for keeping countless Catholic immigrants within the fold of the' church. It Is evident that tho church will havo a much stronger claim, oner a much stronger appeal to Catholic immigrants who have been Introduced Into American life and. citizenship toy Catholics than she would have to such as are .diduring their rected by period of acclimatization. Regarding the proportion of Cathollca among those coming from foreign shores Into otir country there neeU be no aivrument; immlgratIon from the Sla& and Romanic countries will ever be largely Catholic, and hence tho appeal to action will ever be present. A fine example, full of Inspiration to all who will but Ihoar tho call to engage In thlo field of labor in behalf of the Immigrant, is offered In the llfo of the late Andrew J. Ship-maThis excellent layman, a graduate of Georgetown University, Assistant manager and later Superintendent of a group of coal mines in. Ohio, attorney at law. Regent of the. University of the State of New York, one time delegate to tho New York constitutional convention, a man noted aa a public speaker and writer this man found timn to labor most zealously and effectively among Catholic immigrants of the most neglected class, Slavs and 's Catholics ihave a special call to the work of Americanization, since n. e dn the people of these races, learned the Czech tongue from an acquaintance, and while employed in Hocking Valley the languages of the Slavs Working under him in order tho better to fulfill hla duty to his employers and also to safeguard the Intergata of the men. Thus tooth rpurposes were sorvod by him by tho settling of a strike which had arisen through a misunderstanding of tongues. "His sympathy was wider and deeper than a mere interest in ilanguages," says his biographer, Condo B. Pall en. In a religious way, "they were a flock without a shepherd." Shlpman determined to help them and went about his task in a therough manner. "For the last fifteen yeara of his life," says Pallen, "ho spent nearly all his vacations among the Slavic people In Europe. He studied their languages, their rites and their ihi story at first band. He came into dntlmato touch with their clergy In Europe, acquainted them with the nced3 of their people in tho United States, urged their interest and their and conducted a voluminous correspondence with thorn. Ho also took tip the matter with the hierarchy of the Unted States andl received their help and participation." In 1895 he helped to organize, both by his legal services as an attorney and by his friendly and ardent assistance as a layman, the Ruthenlan Greek Catholic church of St. George, New evinced an Interest - The. Holy Nme Society-othe po- Senator Marshall would hold the lice, department Nwr York City G. O. F. machine organ In check Km 2(068 members. This t Is of it- fer while and force It to try nd self a strikM oumenoatiott of the supplant .the Bingham press in the I l ali bMM' affections by some otter .Loks, ..like the above card of "STARLING, L. MARSHALL." ten. ( developing and bringing out In public concert. tho celebrated Ukrainian choir of St. George and in other undertakings in behalf of these immigrants, for their spiritual and temporal welfare and the making of good citizens. But the sketch given above should suffice to inspire all Cathollca to follow, ns far as possible, the good example shown by Mr. Shlpman. According to their means and atolllty all Catholics, especially In the cities, should give attention and support to Americanization work, to community cen"NICKEL EVENING." ter and. In particular, to settlement Tho "Nickel Evening" so long work, tho settlement being one ot looked forward to by the Daughters the best agencies through which' to ot Isabella and their friends will he assist in making the immigrant feel in progress this Saturday afternoon at home in his strange surroundings and oyonlng at the Louisville Ho- and in leading him Info the 'fullness tel. Any one desiring beautiful and t of citizenship. Shipman's memorial useful "Christmas gifts, hand palnt- - should bo a continuation and extension of his work, adapted to the fun will not fall tci visit the Louis- field in which one flnda himself, V. C. B. of tho ville Hotel today. meeting Tho regular iMACKIN COUNCIL; of tho Daughters' of Isabella will take place, at Knights ot Columbus Last Sunday afternoon Mackln Hall an Sunday afternoon, December 7, at o'clock. Council, Y. M. I, had, another record breaking initiation, putting the SPECIAL HEARING. membership again up to what it whs before being depleted' by the Washington telegrams to the Ken- great war. The candidates for tucky Irieh American announce that membership numbered seventy-five- , earing will be held on Friday, and the work was put on by the Decemfber 12, before the House For- AiacKin degree team, the momberM eign Affairs Committee on the Ma- of which are George Thornton,- Ra son resolution providing for an ap- gan O'Connor, Thomas Nohaltyand propriation' covering salaries for a Thomas Connelly. Monday night United States Minister and Consuls the annual election ot officers will to JIrelahd. This hearing will rank be held and several interesting with, that, held before' the Senate tests are looked for,- but, so success-- " Committee on August 30. Delega.-tlo- ful has been the administration ot from aJt organisations are inr President Anthony McGaire that vKed to the hearing. few if any changes will tie made. ed York City. Mr. iPallon relates many Instances of Shipman'a helpful life, showing the varioty and success of hl3 efforts In bringing about a better understanding between- - Catholics of both rites, in assisting Syrians to acquire property for their church, In acting as their counselor, In caring for tho needs of Italian Greek Catholics, In a an - - M W'l.fi. p itfl : 'CHHK'X'TTOK'Sr KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Fwid to the Sodl and Motl Advancement ol Irish American Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Yonng-fen'Institute and Catbolic Knights of America. HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY DIVISION S. Piedmonts. 9c; 3 for 2 Bo Piedmonts .......17c asd Catholics Home, 1818-182- 0 Portland. Chesterfields ..... 9a s S for ............. 2Sc President Tlni O'Leary. Vice President Walter Murphy. 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WATOS US SBOW AMERICAN To. 1 .President LOUISVILLE, KY SOCIALIST STRONGHOLDS. of tho entire Social- tho SUito was cast In vote of Kenton and Canupboll counties In tho recent election, over 1,200 votes out of the total vote of 4,221 cast In tho entire 120 counties. vo-aoveriths SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1919 , 1st TIME FOR ACTION. ' Tho 'United States has stood for Insults and Injury long enough from the Carranza misfit government in Mexico. The lime for action has arrived, and Carranza, Villa and tho rest of .unprincipled bandlta should bo called to account. WIEERE I1LAME RESTS. There Is no doubt that responsibility for tho failure of the treaty rests upon President Wilson hlmsplf, who directed his supporters in the Senate to vote against ratification and upon thefee Senators who followWo aro-ned 'his instructions. sorry that the treaty failed though we were not opposed to accepting It with proper reservations. ot PRO-ENGMSI- M nothing in their ab.uso of men whom they designate as Sinn pro-Italla- nu like others of tho daily press, stop Fein-er- s, Tho Courier-Journ- al and. Times, tt Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Martol, who were married at St Boniface church -on November 23, 1869, had a happy "Ai Ne.f to You u tbe Nearest Phone; celebration of their golden jublleo The Boys' Store and Barber Shop Third Floor. on Sunday at their homo, 1107 State n it T H.T. U Accompanied U K A IX ) W KC street, New Albany. by many rolatlveaiand their children, the agea couple attenaeu a junuee, A SPECIAL SPRAY $3.00 mass In the morning at St. Mary's' this country, nor can they see any church, nnd In tho afternoon a re A SPBCIAX WREATn S5.00 Bull attitude. fault In their cepticn was hold at tho family resiTho nigger in the woodpile may be dence. Mr. and Mrs. Martol resided accounted for the fact that Lord In LoulsviHe until 1891, when they Thoir chil anoved to Now Albany. Northcliffo left $160,000,000 in .this TLJttfJ-'- i CXTVlS dren are Mrs. Henry Hanka, country in 1917 for tho circulation Mrs. Herman Jacobs, Louis'Miss Gussic iHines, of Jeffcrson-vlllEnglish propaganda.of s Mrs. has returned from n stay cf ville: Mrs. Henry Weinminn. Miss toudft larirva? WHINE IS PROOF. Edward Lolst. John.Martel and several weeks with relatives at Maymo Mattel, of New Albany. T.ney NEED BE NO FEAR. Peru and Chicago. have seventeen grandchildren. We telegraph Flnwprp Chief Secretary for Ireland M. J. Collins, the There need be no fear that tho L. says that one of tho reaHoly Trinity church was throngreservations adopted by the Senate sons for. the unrest in Ireland and & N. engineer, who was injured re- ed Wednesday merningto witness, now recovering rapidly will pinnate European nations from for the failure of tho Government's cently, is effects of BrtOOVtJClEANEi,. tho marriage of Miss Helen his accident. enough, Great Britain, efforts to "pacify" that country is from the to William P. Hennessy. us. Naturally "a )t Mt rS t3&sL' Joseph E. Smart and bride, who Rov. J. P. A. Berrsheim, the pastor, France and Japan would like to havo that there aTe ninety thousand nuptial mass nnd perus guarantee, their new acquisitions young men there who ought to 'have was Ml'as. Marguerite Portman, are saying the ceremony. Miss Julia forming the MILLER SVS0N their homo with But they need cur ma- emigrated. Well, dear me! And so making on West Chestnut'the bride's Hallihan was bridesmaid anil HaiTy of. territory. parents streot. TAlOf cut it Is a cnlr.e for any young Irishman terial resources too much to J. Hennessy, brother of tho gioom, Henrietta themselves off from us, even though to remain in his own country? Of now "Grandpop" McDermott was groomsman.of liss bride, was It's tho M. J. McDermott, Falk, a cousin we decline to Ijecomo a member of course the crime Is all tho more for L. maid of a little girl arriving at the home of Murnhy honor, and Norman act League of Nations. glaring aw I unforglveable wihen ho Mr. SUITS MADE TO ORDER ttwir nnd Charles P. Fleece Mrs. M. J. McDermott, Jr. and ed as ushers. An augmented choir America needs first to safeguard its remains to develop the now IndusFOR LADIES AND GHENTS J. music own freedom of action, and its own tries which Sinn Feiners have startThe regular matinee and evening rendered the soloist. with Mrs. D.the Following Honnessy as Remodeled and Altered interests. Europe is capable of tak- ed In every considerable town in dances for soldier and service men wedding breakfast served at tho OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE. this afternoon and homo of tho bride's mother, Mrs. 511 S. THHtD ST., POPE BLDG. ing caro of Itself, and wo shall bo Ireland, south, east and west. Tho will be given K. evening at the of C. club house. Carolino Landes, .of 1120 East Phono City 2103 We Call nnd Deliver much better off If wo keep free of Chief Secretary's whine is proof pos FOR WOMEN FOR MEN street, tho happy foreign entanglements. Wo have itive of the utter Incapacity of tho B Mr. arid Mrs. Philip O'Brien havo Breckinridge gain and everything to British authorities In Ireland and of returned from South Bend. Ind.. and young couple left on a bridal tour nothing to LUBOLINE Bracelet Watches Watches U to Washington, Now York City and lose by undertaking to police the the contempt pt the people for Brit- have taken tho apartment on Cher othor Eastern points. Diamond Rings The Chains Correct lubrication for all motors. Y okee road, world at tho behest of a League of ish 4aw and tho British power. Tho and Mrs. IP recently occupied by Mr. Doubles life, of new cars. Improves old wore glfon a rousing send-of- f A. Lancaster. Emblem Rings La Vallicres o cart. Select Pennsylvania crude .used at tho depot, folowing an no.oi"o-bll- in Its manufacture. Nations. Government, however, may as well N Toilet Sets Military Sets narado of annrftoriatoly deco Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Shelley make the best of tho fact that tho the usual show O STATES GASOLINE rated BRITISH! ATOLOGY. Umbrellas Cuff Buttons voung men are there to stay and announce the marrlugo of their ers of machines and rice. daughter, Miss Blanche Shelley, to AM- - POWER W that Ireland lias made "P its mind Robert H. Haag, on November 20. at Silverware Cigarette Cases' British military authorities havo to be no longer dependent on BritUniformed and efficient service In all GROWTH OF CHURCH. St. Frances of Rome church. seasons; dally delivery service to all PAY LATER Vanity Cases Belts apologized to the Corporation and ish parts of city. manufacturers (there's the rub!) In 1831 thoro were only 831 citizens of Cork for tho brutalities for anything that can be produced Miss Henrietta Falk entertained STATES OXX CO. with a kitchen shower Sunday even Catholic churches In tho whole of tho SlvropiMre regiment in the at (home. Succcsaor to Domestic Oil Co & ing in honor or her consln, MI33 United States, and it was considered recent unprovoked attack on' the iks Helen Eve Landes, who became tho a large number. Now there aro far K peoplo of that city, and have- prom RECENT DEATHS. (Incorpormtft) bride. of William ip. Hennessy, on moro than that in tho State of Now FORTY HOURS. ised to punish the .ringleaders when Wednesday. York alono. In many of our larger Monday, morning tho funeral of Now -- wo are With impressive ceremony the they are discovered. you might hear mass in a- dif- Thomas F. Duffy, aged twenty-ninA very pretty wedding took place cities reasonably certain that no ono will Forty- Hours' Adoration will open toferent OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS UNTIL 5:30. Wednesday morning when William day' in church or chapel every Sun- was hold at St. William's church. tho year. be punished for the military rowdy-la- morrow, tho iirst Sunday Jin Advent, M. Hotea, of Jeffersonville, led to Ho was the son of Thomas and at 'the Cathedral on Fifth street The the altar Miss Elenoro P. Eagle, of nay moro, we believe that the Bridget Duffy, 1212 South Sixteenth beautiful services will be directed by streot, and brother of DONATE TO SHRINE. soldiers did not run amuck merely Father Rock, the pastor, and Father New Albany, at Holy Trinity church. Duffy, and among his associates feel- Francis O'Connor, and will come to Rev. Father Curran performed the h to gratify their own ceremony and celebrated the nuptial In honor of the Blessod Virgin was well likod and popular. ings, but Leoauso they knew that a solemn close Tuesday. niajs. Mary there will be many donations Sunday night death called Mrs. such tactics nad.tb.o secret approval to tho National Shrine of the Im- Josephine Miller, aged thirty-eighCOLL IN RACE. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Schreiber an- maculate Conception to be oreoted in beloved wife of Louis J. Miller, at or Dublin Castle. The apology tennounce the marriage cif their daugh- Washington. This great feast of tho tho family home, 2202. West Market dered to the city by their superior Bernard A. Coll, Treas Esther surprised them. .Wo no- urer and one of JefforsonvllJe's lead- ter, Miss Murphy, Sdhroiber, to place church falls on December 8, and all street. Her funeral was hold Wedmust havo H. which took contributions ahould bo sent to the Anthony's Gas Grates, Gas Water Heaters, tice, however, that the military au- ing merchants, is a candidate dor Thanksgiving day. To the happy Rev. Dr. Bernard McKonira, Catholic nesday morning from St. Besides her husband sho not promised to pay tho Dem6cratlc nomination for his couple Is extended tho congratula- University,-- . Washington, D. C. Every church. thorities have '.. is survived by her parents, Mr. nnd Gas Heaters, Etc , in which he Catholic in the United States should Mrs. Adam Miller; threo sisters, for tho injury done to person and old ol&ce, never before made a record tions of a host of friends. oqualed. Barthat was malco a donation and thus take part Mrs. F. A. Vogol, Mrs. W. M. Irion property. INSTALLED AND REPAIRED ney, is popular with the rank and Hie One of the beautiful Thanksgiving in tho erection of tho national and Mrs. W. H. Osborn, and a of the people of the city and county. day weddlijgs. was that of (Miss shrine and hasten 'its completion. brother, Edward W. Miller. Plumbing and Gas Fitting. and though there are six candidates Helen Oaborn, the accomplished and MUST STOP. Early Sunday morning Mrs. Mary ho should have no trouble in being attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. CLEAN FILMS. years old, A. Plappert,. seventy-on- e William Osbornr and Arthur J. Nal-leThere can be no doubt but that nominated and elected. 000 S. C1TV R. Dailey SECOND a popular young man of South Service widow of Herman Plappert, passed The Catholic there Is a great deal of really crimi0400 CHRISTMAS SHOPPE. Louisville, which, was solemnized is dedng an excellent work by keep- away at her homo, 1042, East Caldnal profiteering gcing on in this with nuptial muss at Holy Name ing, tho public Informed regarding well streot, mourned by all who Tho Christmas Shoppe which the church, Rev. John O'Connor per- clean films. Describing how decis knew her. She is survived by two country at the present time, and it ions are arrived at, Charles J. sons, Conrad and Joseph Plappert, Is equally certain that this exploita- Queen's Daughters Will hold on Sat- forming the ceremony Correct Glasses Are as Jmportani as the Right Medicine. urday, December 6, from 9 a. m. to Meegan says: and three daughters, Mrs. Josoph tion of the people for extortionate 6 p. m. at C57 South Fourth street, "What ds the standard by which Kruse, Mrs. Thomas Furlong and last week .found tho usual numWe Make Glasses to Meet the Requirements of gain Is responsible for most of the headquarters of the National Catho- ber of Louisvlllo people regUtered we judge plctureo? Easy! The Mrs. Fred Kantlehner. Funeral ASK. ANY unrest and embryonic revolutionary lic War Activities, promises to be at tho New York hotels, among wrltGr, who reviews for this service, services were held Tuesday mornOculists' Prescriptions. OCUI.IT than ever before. them being Mr. and Mrs. A. M. has a wife and yoqng daughter, it ing at Holy Trinity church. phenomena everywhere apparent finer this year gifts for every mem- Alexander, Mr. There will be A. T. clean deepTherefore it Is tho plain duty of the ber of the family. For the grown- - ber, .Miss Emmaand Mrs. Mrs. Web- a picture is them toana .wnoiesomo view, he ap- ly Friends and relatives wore death Bennett. J. B. enough grieved to the as well as Fed .uph whc( love the artistic there will McFerran, Mies Anna W. Barr, A. proves itfor Government, State .from a moral standpoint. early Monday learn of of Richard afternocki OPP. MARY ANDERSON 013 FOURTH AVENUE eral, ays the Catholic Telegraph, to be an Kinds 01 fancy articles, sola L. Straus, J. C. Trowbridge. Charges It there is real entertainment in it Fitzgerald at his home, 1922 West put an pillows, pin cushions and bags, aud Stewart, Fred E. Hoerter, Paul he says so If not he say3 so. We Main streot. The funeral took take rigorous measures to for thoso with more practical taste Blazer, J. c. Codeiu are trying to serve your family as place Wednesday morning from St. end to the .rapacity of men who prey there will be the daintiest and we would want, our families sorved. attended by manipulating the sheerest of undergarments upon the people by Thanksgiving day one of the sea- That's all. No frill,- no 'holler than Patrick's church,respect. He many and sur There aprons for every occasion. The doll son's most brlMiant weddings was thou' attitude, no axe- to grind, no as a tribute ofwidow. Mrs. is Mary food and clothing: markets. by his Surry to revoke the table will be a delight to all chil solemnized at the Cathedral, when desire to harm, no "baneful Influence vived should be no Where work hi, the feome has the altar to 'bow to. As CathoHce, we never Brelning Fitzgerald; three daugh war time regulations. Let the Gov- dren,it for, old Santadolls, prepared J. Otto Kaufman led to the lovely forget that this service is chiefly for ters, Misses Kathryn and Marie Where OB8 for- brightest j his choicest In spite Miss Anna Lee Rellhan, Fitzgerald, and Mrs. O. M. Bache, ernment eoatimie to fix prices, and ojf the sugar situation there will be daugbtar of Mr.- and Mrs. Daniel Catholics we bear in mind always Where cootdsg ttmmt iiE-IEIand three sons, Clifford, James and Whore the work let it deal out swift punishment, in a cake and candy table nnd those Rellhan, South Eighth! street. Both the teachings of tfbe church. This Thomas Fitzgerald. real ftwj lightest; I BBH-P-P- r ti an bride and groom are with a sweet both fines and imprieomneat, to the abundance of tocth can findmade Catholic social circles,- popular in is a safe standard by which to judge Fred tlayman, an aged and re- Where tho meal Is i Where baking gives Je delicious homo and the photoplays." unpatriotic, avaricious and light; cakes and candies. The following church was filled with admiring The latest motion pictures approv- spected resident of this city, died cooked best; ' profiteers. It is arrant ladies will have charge of the dif- friends and well wishers. ed as clean and entertaining include early Mpnday morning at tho home Where the range Bfeuuls Where dredge 'is eat ef Redruon, of bis daughter, Mrs. J. B. "Soldiers of Fortune," all star sight nutuenae ttf pretend that ire have no ferent tables: Fancy articles.. Mlsa the tost street. Mary Miles 209 North Twenty-fourtGreen A pink laws which eover th crime. Profit- Eleanor Harris;A. children's dresses. afternoon tea was given on Saturday Ann of as star,Ganee,""Evangeline," Besides Mrs. Redmon he is survived Mm That's where the That's where by Mrs. D. J. Gleeson at Minter Burkley: underMrs. George aid mm Mr "Quick Meal" eering in food stuffs wearing1 ap- wear, Mrs. John H. Metcalfe; sofa her home on Bardetowm toad In "The Mg Crate wjllop," "The Win- by Tour other daughters,, Mrs. John "Qalck Heal" comes to. Mrs. parel and shoes, as it is practiced to- pillows, Mrs. Edwin Yaa Hauten; honor of her slater. Miss Anna Lee ning Stroke," "The Ace of the. Sad- Hutchison, Mrs. Alfred Stone, Bay-le- y. SeU, Iastalle- - and Highly "Jinx," John L. DIehl and Mrs. John Qatek Maal Gas Ha--ea nothing short of conspiracy aprons, Miss Katie Collins; cakes, Rellhan, whose marriage to J. O. dle," "MerryGo-Kound- ," day, to Funeral fservkes were held "Syes of The against the nation, It ie a most Mies. Wilhalmlna Waller: candy,' Kaufman .took Place on Thankserv- - Youth,"Speed Janac," the Yellow Wednesday morning at St. Boniface "Mytrtery of inc upon the HeaKh and the Miss Marie Pietner; nlndona, Mise and day The otor Mhtwe of pink Room," "Sacred Silence," "A Glr; in church, where he had long been a cruel attack fkihitTntn-n- n; auafiinna. Maml while'. .was carried out In the at commuBleant. .' Mrt j; , Watbea, Jr. Virm of the peopl kes and in the tvum of dainty Bohemia," "Tbe (boat rnew." and pro everything else, because of opposition to tho League of Nations. But these same critic havo no fault to And with tho vast amount of "propaganda now flooding pro-John pro-Briti- sh Assault Is a crime In every State. Financial Secretary Thomas J. there pcsslbly bo Imagined a Langan, 2114 Hale avenuo. Treasurer John F. Bijrke. more heinous cao or assault than Sergeant-at-Arm- a Patrick Con. that'lavolvcd In profiteering? Away nelly. with legal quibbling! Let us faavo Sentinel M. J. McDermott our Just laws strictly enforced! Make the vampires of tho business COMING EVENTS. world suffer for their December 11 Paulist Choristers OUR OLl FOE, at the Armory. December 14 and 21 Presentation The British propagandist in at his Academy entertainment, afternoon wits' end for ways to combat the at 2:30 o'clock. Buy your wheel tickets nt tills growing influence of the Friends of Irish Freedom organization. He can office. not understand that this organiza- AAAAAAAAAA ArA AAAAAA AArArA A A A tion owes Its success to the fact that its alms are really tho last word In American patriotism, for certainly no better evidence of faith in Amer- A A A A A A A A AAAAAAA'AAAAAAA A A A A ican institutions could be found than is afforded by the effort to apply Mrs. Raymond Barrett visited last American principles of government week at Prestonia, tho guest of to and sot tip the American ideal of Mrs. Sallie P. Durrott. liborty in an ancient nation, a nation Mrs. Thomas Murphy, of St. Matthat ifor six hundred years before thews, has been visiting her sister,' the American Revolution had waged Mrs. Mae Connor. a. losing fight for liberty against tha Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward foe of American independence and left Thursday afternoon J. O'Brien on a visit that is still carrying on that self- to New York City. same light with a vJg'ir and inWill F. Johnson spent several days Of tensity that deserves success. last week visiting his mothor, 'Mrs, narrow-gaugcourse the single-trac- k Martha Johnson, at New Haven. mind of tho British propagandist can ndt understand this. Ho beMrs. Errol P. Johnson has return lieves, and with somo reason, that ed from a week's visit to her father. Nevltt, at (New Haven. Americans crave a closer union with Great Britain. He accepts the plat Messrs. John Monohan nnd Ed tudes of the snobs and toadies and ward Mcnohan have returned from with, whom he foregmh-er- s a liuntlng trip in Southern Ken the true expression of Ameri- tucky. as can public opinion. Howover. the Messrs. John and Charles Shehan success of tho Friends' organisation spent several days last week visiting and action of the Senate on the their sister, Miss Emma Shehan, at League of Nations question ought to uarastown. j. bo sufficient proof that Americans The many friends of James T. still beJIevo in thoso principles of Shelloy will be glad to Jearn that ho liberty which faavo come down to has recovered entirely from his recent illness. thorn from tho fathers of the Could blood-suckin-g! -- D. Meany. John J. Barry. Vice President Mark J. Ryan. Recording Socretary Lawrence K. Vf. Cor. You'll Never Ofnko a Mistake in Ordering Our For Your New Homo JEM-LJEOJ- SOCIETY. ! LUMBER Gr. INCORPORATED .TOPS-EO- S gS Ss BROOK AND A STS. BLACK & 0 CUT-RAT- E TOBACCO STORE liberty Ko. a W. W. Cor. Preston ft Preston ft Jefferson r. J. XKEXXX ft CO. At tho BAT.DWIO PIANO GO. 521 SOUTH FOURTH ST. Take Care the O O. KNOW how boys are; they're no absorbed in they don't take care of themselves. A boy plays in thp cold or the rain without much thought of any consequences; you have to look after him all the time. Be sure your boy has a good Overcoat; get one that will wear well, and get it stylish enough so he'll be proud of it. Hart Schaffncr & Marx Overcoats for boys are best. We have others less expensive but of splendid quality. Ages 10 to 18 years; Priced: It Ilns the Quality. Y OU boy-thin- gs O DECKER PORTABLE ELECTBIC DBILLS Sizes 3-1- to 7-- 8 CH1LDERS Hntli Phoam 135 lady's slippers. Tho. guests included. Misses Mary Gleoson, Theodore Taylor, Anna Mario Burns, Evelyn Lulle C. Tierney, Anna Leo Rellhnn, Mrs. William Evors and Mrs. D. J. Gleesoiu G-uxrSr- s ELECTRIC CO. INCORPORATED 333 W, Main Street e Ue-de- ll, BAKERY g AND CONFECTIONERY ICE CRRAM M'F'R'S. 1104 South Seventh Street IPhouo City 6574 $10 to "$35 tuft-hunte- r- r r Levyat Bros Market Tn.ir& s Bnr-de- n; e, Bi8 mncmmm& iVa-no- r Ko-kom- o, -- Mac-Phers- well-kno- F' Eve-Land- i7 r-- i? w pBYCl4mkM0DAfG d WHY To Buy Your WAITH Christmas Presents? 1 newly-wed- s -- Lincoln Watch Jewelry Co. - - e, - 232 W. Market St. MIss-Kather-i- antl-lr's- I Had a Rudd Bath t, Eu-ge- no Did You? -- y, Pre-Revie- w John THE BALL OPTICAL CO. - Where the QuicK Meal Comes In kly - - ca; h, HtmaanM I -- GEHER & SON, ."v w. market st. kexjoky Personal liberty without personal independence Is of somewhat duReaders of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly bious value. Ono may too as freo ns tho birds of the air, but if he be urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements not qualified to provide for himself they find In these colums. We aim to protect our readeither by ability to work, or from a responsibility. ers by accepting only firms of known competence, acquired or Inherited, he must submit to tho humiliating necessity of depending upon the charity of others. Ho must sacrifice his manly pride; he has dost his independence. Many men find In this unhappy condition In , their old ago, owing to 'their ImIn the heyday CLEANED, PACKED providence productive years of youth PROPERLY BLENDED . of their and. In the mature life. They spent their money ASK YOUR GROCER. as. fast as they earned it; and now," In their declining days, they are deWELDEMa HEPAIIIING penaems upon xuo Beuoroaiiy ui On Repairs Oa All Makes of Oars ,. Export Attention charitably Inclined friends or they TMihllp. chn.rBM. hnvn hvrtm The SPECIALISTS ON FORD REPAIRING lesson Is obvious. "Lay something aside for a rainy day." Even it ono GO. & Is able to save only in very small ERNEST SMITH, Prop. amounts let him remember that "many a mlclcle makes a muckle," 718 SOUTH SEVENTH ST., LOUISVILLE, SX. and thfat if Both Phones 2800 he "take caro of tho pence, the pounds will take caro of Cleanse the System, Keep You themselves." And Jot him not for-13 get that personal independence Well, Prevent the Flu. the guarantee or personal liberty, and a1L Has the Most Sanitary, Effi- - Catholic Telegraph.manly dignity. xrex&ix j&.im:t3t&xcjs.3& PRAISED BY HADLEY. Tno Knights of Columbus have received from President Arthur' T. Hadley, of Yale University, the letter of appreciation for tho Knights' establishment of hundreds scholarships for men. of There aro now eighteen K. of C. scholars attending Yale, Including Capt. Tim Callahan, of the football RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS SAVE! FINE GOWNS short notice. Exquisitely cleaned on RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. g BNGIBHARD'S IOJBJ ON&A& Men's Clothing Cleaned the government way. We know how! They come back to you sterile and clean. thcin-telv- es -- Rocking!.. G.L. Boat i I AUTO WELDING REPAIR Our service helps to knock the bottom out of cost of clothing. - DYEING Your light colored garments can be dyed by our method, which gives them that newness and freshness so desired by well dressed people. T..Mlrl DnA. lUrniSil DatnS rMA.AAn4 k G3iLiJll GET PIT W. G. RORK, PmUenl. HERBERT JBHK!NS,Sc.naTre. team: "Tho work of tho Committee on BROADWAY War Activities of tho Knights ot CO. Columbus in awarding scholarships INCORPORATED to servlca men who wish to study in tho colleges and technical schools GUARANTEED VULCANIZING of tho country is admirable both in Office and Workrooms Northeast Corner Seventh and Broadway Its conception and its execution. Nothing Is moro important for reHomo Phone City 2511 Louisville, Kentucky construction than to have tho supply of educated and trained men MANTJJFACTUBING kept at ito normal level and to give SHULER AXLE COMPANY men who have patriotically served INCORPORATED country In war tho chance to their serve at effectively In tlmo of peace. Automobile, Motor Truck and Trailer Axles. Among tho many efforts to secure object that of the Knights of GENERAL OFFICES & FACTORY Local and Long Distance Phoaea this JONES AND- N STREETS Parkway 2 Columbus takes an important place South 903 ana promises to be carried out with LOUISVILLE, KY. same good judgment which has tho characterized tho war work of that organization." WEST VULCANIZING - self-respe- ct NATIONAL CHAPLAIN. Al- We Tailor Your Coat, Suit, Dress or SHirt FLB1A.SING INDIVIDUALITY . JULWICJ, cient Plant in Amenca. Health Is Your Greatest Asset-40- 8 KEEP FIT -- SEAL ten-da- TEN-DA- Y SALE. WEST WALNUT. THE SIGN OF QUALITY BlEhl'd 7411 East 180 KENTUCKY LAUNDRY CO. Incorporated 614-02- Do You Want to Sell or Buy 2 Underbill St. Geo. Dearborn Manager JOHNB. WATHEN FURNITURE MOVING AND PACKING St. 580 SouUi Tweaty-SixtWest 1081 Shawnee 1986 h, s cCEE tM bers. City 3174 Mark Bale, Pres. PASSION TIiAY. J. O. Jacobs. Sec and Treas. OLD LEAKY ROOFS CAN LEAK-PROO- F BB MADE Tho next production of the fa L. GRAUMAN & CO. mous Passion Play by the pious folk Incorporated of Oberammcrgau will probably bo STJFSRX.ABTZO given In 1921, according to a letter Guaranteed Ten Years Dealers In AU Kinds of Pfflee and received in New York from Jranz Cash Barrel Store Fixture, Safes, Bauer, the Pilata of the Passion ter, Show Cases, Counter, 80 Cents Per Ctalloa Shelving', Sto. or tno3o wno toon Play or JNTEBHATIONAX. COATDIO OO. part In the play In 1910 the wife of 010 W2BI MAIN STSBST 649 SOUTH SECOND STREET Anton Lang is dead, also three of City 8174 Home Phone. City 18S8 Louisville, Ky. his daughters, one. of whom repre- p Festus J. Wade at the home of Glonnon In behalf of John C. St. ANY OLD HAT MADE THE FOUR BEST SELLERS O'Brien, salesman for a Is Loul3 the de Jewelry concern. O'Brien TO LOOK LIKE NEW. signer or tho bracelet. 'ino wmt IN KENTUCKY PELT HATS CLEANED rosary has an Inscription, "Madonna 60 t AND RBBLOCKED, Bluo Ribbon Twist O. K. Twlet Widst Rosary X," upon It, and has CENTS. Dhdo. Twist been officially recognized War Hawk Twist by His "Mado Whero Tobacco Grows." Tl.it Cleaning and Block- Holiness Fnpo Benedict XV., who our specialty. lntr it as an. article of devoJohn D. Moore Tobacco Co. approved permitted tho apostolic in NATIONAL HAT CLEANING tion and WORKS Incorporated dulgence to bo attached to It. It -- Albert Smith, Prop. - KENTUCKY was submitted to the churoh author! LOUISVHiLE 1918. This Is a rosary ties General Offices 412 Lincoln Building that June 21, 633 WEST MARKET STREET will appeal to countless num Main 120. Phone,. City 6161 Homo Cumberland Phone: LONG DISTANCE HAULING SO YOU WANT TO SST.Ii OB BUT? I can Sell or Trade or find a Buyer for your Business, Farml Mine or Property of any kind or descrip tion, we navo lousinesses ana umer-prlse- s of every kind For Sale In almost any part of Kentucky, Indiana and othes States. XX Ton Want To Boy or Sell at Auction or Private Sal Write or Call H 1 X XQ'O B j BUSINESS EXCXAHCIB Auctioneer, and. Beal Bitate 2 LOUISVILLE TRUST BLDQ. Cumb. Phone, Main 2960 Home Phone, City 6S4S 3Mt With Waat If TonSend to Contract Vs, for sale of Red Cross Tho Christmas seals begins on tho first day of December. More than of these seals must be cold In order to defray the expense of tho d educational and preven tive sampalgn which is being con ducted by the National Tuberculosis Association and Its amiiatea organizations throughout tho country. The National Tuberculosis Association asks and should recolvo your con event tinued support It means-thual stamping out or the dread White plague which claims 150,000 lives annually. y 650,-000,0- year-roun- SWISS' Cleaners & Dyers Phones 2207 Office 617 Fourth Ave. Plant 909 S. Sixth St. 'I I GOLDEN BRACELET "ROSARY. One of the most unique and high" ly prized souvenirs of his American visit was the gold rosary bracelet presented to Cardinal Mercler by ATeh-blsho- 701-70- TRY m& warm v TLiir Oil I TIJA.T 2 ut u on.v y -- g AII i3 C. HCRR J t HENRY I fLlVfFPLLS -- They work like a charm. Every box sold to satisfy or your money refunded. in For Sale by Your Druggist packages. 25-cent CONSULT For Proper Glma OPTOMETRIST 819 STAIUCS BLDQ.. Phone City 1180, iip. rnnrrlr with O. M. Wiseman A Son. J. M. BUCKNER TOBACCONIST Louisville, Ky. NATIONAL HATTERS WHOLESALE 000 West Alain Street THE FORD SHOP We Are Experts on Fords Give Us a Trial Free Road Service PEFFER MOTOR CO. 114 SOUTH FLOYD ST. THONE CITY 1850 LOUISVILLE - - - KENTUCKY Women anJ misses who desire something absolutely distinctive- In suits and dcrsres mado from beautiful and chic fabrics should inspect the original creations of th WHEN IT YOUR) Company, ladles' tail.MOVEr ors, at 663 Fourth aveuue. Suits, Both Bath coats, skirts and dressefs are showk Phone in a wonderful variety and at. prices Phone beyond compare, and designs furnished to individual measurement tET US KNOW and satisfaction guaranteed. MemLocal and Inner distance, movlnir with bers of this progressive firm are motor vans. Furniture, packing and Messrs. SI. E. Ward and W. A. and shipping:. Es J. R. Meglemery, who aro making a All work guaranteed. timates cneeriuiiy lurujujieu iron ui splendid success of their emporium charge. of fashion' and good taste. A. ABNO&S & SONS Blocked and Cleaned, COc. CALL FOR AND DELIVER Home Phone, City 1931 - and 326 WEST JEFFERSON STREET tho orchestra died during tho war. DYERS AND CLEANERS REAL STYLE SHOP, Monday Special Suite Cleaned sented Martha. Seventy of the performers and nineteen members of Pressed for 81.25. Hats rjfHi Hya 4!jksu w Jl jsibTsv ffv4Bt H r nl Albany, (kit rirt Prices It hi, SARTO OLUB SD3ETS. The Sarto Literary Club, of Now was entertained Wednesday evening at the homo of Mrs. Mildred Thomijs, In Catherine Place. Papers of much Interest were read and those present spent a very en joyable evening, CONSISTORY. AUCTION fe (Incorporated) 435 West Main Street STOBAOB CO. AFTER NINETEEN YEARS. the first woman in nineteen years to pass insldo tho garden walls of Santa Barbara mission. The last before- her waa Mrs. William McKin-lewlfo of tho late President. TIio King planted cypress and orango trees In the mission garden to memorialize his visit there. y, Queen Ellzabth, of Belgium, was There has been .as yet nn official announcement of the Papal Consistory, but it is generally expected that It will bo held about tho second week in December. PLAYED FOR CHURCH. w ilTD smile too if I had teeth as lovely as hers! It's a pleasure to look at them I" Sound white teeth are a decided asset to good looks. Lazell's Tooth Paste lengthens the life of.your teeth by keeping them clean and healthy. Contains ipecac and chlorate of potash to help prevent pyorrhea. 2 m) Qnjy M ' Ncwburgb-ootli- .- - ' Iludwa If w York BUSGH MEYER DRUG STORES, Third and Brondway. Fourth and Jefferson. SOLD AT THE -- Would They Know You By Your Teeth? We have the largest lade. seaaeat Xora Repair Shop la the city, Oar modern faculties meaa skilled service at reaceaaUe COflY FORDS REPAIRED m XT OUB PBICSS W.V Car Towed DIAMONDS Watches and 2 i 2 Jewelry FOR LESS MONEY. i, In" DUGAN GARAGE ! SIDNEY'S 808 "V. Jefferson St. IRA J. DUGAN. Shop Foreman and General 1J1S SOUTH BROOK STREET THE VERY BEST, H. BOSSES SON Funeral Directors and Embalmers. SIO Telephone 1022 JECXIR A.Xrh$ViUX EPPING'S "SOFT DRINKS" Dramatic Club of Unity Council, Now Albany, went to Cory-do- n PRIEST HEROES. last Monday, whero they gave a moat pleasing and successful enterOn tho authority of tho Chaplains' tainment for the benefit of St. JosAid Bulletin tho names and homes eph's church. or dioceses has just been made known of seventeen American priests GETS JVHLLION FUND. who met death In the service of their country. Marquette University, Milwaukee,, having successfully raised UNITY. of a million dollars, tho Carnegie Foundation has ndded tho other The secular papers are filled with third, $333,333.33, making tho fuud notes almost every Issue in regard $1,000,000. to the unity of the churclioj. To them .there seems to bo no other way TAKES ROOSEVELT'S PLACE. toward a Christian civilisation. Ono of tho secular papers expresses an in Announcement opinion that the Catholic church Yffrk on Tuesday was mado that Now Dr. has made many changes. It seems Maurice Francis evening forraorly Egan, impossible" that a student churchman Dencould be so scantily informed as to United States Ambassador to mark, tho Catholic church. Tho Informa- of tho has been elected a member American Academy to suction has been rumored also that a ceed tho lato Theodore Roosevelt. letter has ibeon received from Pope Benedict XV. favoring unity. This NEWS MEN'S MASS. could be true in only one way. name ly that other sects would come Into In Washington tomorrow, the first Cathollo.'sm. but evidently this view has not presented Itself to tho dif- Sunday or Advent, will be marked church by the Inauferent religious bodies. Of the very In St. Patrick'smass to be celebrated many ramifications of tho Protestant guration of a religion it can bo as truthfully said promptly at 4 a. m. for all thoso engaged that they wdll not come togetlher in who aro Issues of In working on the tho newspapors. unity on very many points and If Sunday biuuuiu vy any saving grace EXPECT A DENIAL. happen to do so, than there would be no need of more than ono body in Protestantism and what would bo President, Wilson contributed $50,- its title, Luther, Wealey, Knox, uoo to tne support ot tno ireeman-Campbell as? any oUhier of the vari- Journal of Dublin from tho private ous nomenclatures and any other fund allocated to him by Congress, of tho doctrines? 'How about the re- according to a statement made by ligion of tho Latter Day Salnts7 tho Roscommon Herald, The FreeAny one familiar with life In Utah man's 'Journal, which ha recently can but realize that Mormonram is suspended publication, has consistnot weakening and it has a system ently opposed the aspirations of the of missionary work that could be Irish people for independence. Exstudied advantageously by any mis- pected denial of this charge has not sionary field. For tho Cathollo yet been made. church to make any concessions would be impossible. Eauallv im CAN'T KEEP AUTO. possible would it be jfor and sect claiming divine ortnn. for in so A proclamation has been Issued by doing they would admit their weak the oonvmander-ln-chiof the Britpoint. To dllufltrate wc will mention ish forced forbidding owninsr or the Swedenborrtan churoh. Even keeping of an automobile or motor--. the enemies of the Cathollo faith, cyole in Ireland except by special niwt aanni too yauaity or m permit The order becomes operadivinity nd therefore any published tive today. This will militate statement of the church's possible against 'the sale of American made uniting in uaHy with the Protestant autos and Is a striking Instance of seats oouM be no more than an ua Bnglleh misrule In Ireland aad hostruth or gum workj Catholic Sua tility to American product. The two-thir- ds ui-oj- Rev. Francis A. Kelly, of the MEGLEMRY-WAR- D bany diocese, elected National Chaplain of the American Legion, has an INCORPORATED enviable military record. Fathor 003 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE. Kelly received soven citations dur ing the war, and was decorated with Phones 3245, Main or City. the Military Cross of England nnd the Distinguished Service Cross of the United States. He is a graduate C. E. YANN DAIRY COMPANY of Toronto University and was orIncorporated. dained tj the priesthood at St. BerBUDLDER nard's Seminary, Rochester. Dur0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. ing the trouble on tho Mexican bor2431 MONTGOMERY STREET der ho served as a chaplain nf tho ' Both Phonos 4202 Home Phone Shawnee 1010 Tenth Now York Infantrv. Before sailing for France hevwas stationed JOHN B. O'LEARY & OO. at Camp Meado and Camp SAM His youngest brother was KOBERTSOJS iioaaquarters for killed In the last offensive ot v the CONTRACTOR FOR CITY AND FARM .PROPERTY h Division. See us about anything in real ALL KINDS OF OONOR2TB PAHADOXIOAL. WOMa, estate. We sell, buy and rent. 1815 8. Twenty-sixt- h 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. St. It was somewhat paradoxical that Home Phono Shawneo S68 an amendment to the peace treaty Home Phone City 4464. to have the name of Cod mentioned SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. In It was proposed by Senator Sherman, who according to his own WM. P. BANNON Loans to those having regular instatement In tho Senate never has comes or salary, with no publicity said a prayer In all his life. The' or red tape. Loans to housekeepers CONTRACTING PLASTERER amendment, like tho rest of Its fel n their personal security. lows, was voted down for several Brook and Bloom F. R. POOLEY, leasons, among which the ono of Is particularly Inter- Qoom 1, Courier-JournBuilding, City 8380 Sonator Borah cumb. S. 151-- 7 esting. Tho Senator from Idaho was 41G S. Fourth Street. against the amendment because bo "SbUTHEEN STAR" thought it a blasphemy to ask the Home City 2803 connivance ot Cod to a treaty that SLICED BACON REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTt' Involved the oppression of almost 'All Ready for Your Griddle In the half the world. FRED H9RNUNG, JR. Morning" PRESENT ANOTHER SCHEME. PLUMBING AND GAS FTTTINQ HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE 718 West Jefferson Street LOUISVHiLB PROVISION CO. The London correspondent of the LoHlsVille, Ky. Incorporated Associated Press cabled Monday that the British Government will anHome Phone Shawneo 80S DEAD ANIMALS nounce" during the present week a new scheme of Irish government, HENRY GOSS according to a utrongly supported HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID Roofing, Guttering, Spouting report In Parliamentary circles MonCall Phone City 721; Tin Roofs Repaired day. Under tho plan said to be In Cumb. Home Main and Painted Phono 721. prospect there would be a grant of Asphalt Shingles a Specialty home rule to Ireland, with power LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. 2011 W. Broadway, Lonlsville, Ky. for counties to vote themselves out and form a governing body for the HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES GLOBE SECURITY & LOAN OO. areas which might be thus excluded from tho igeneral scheme. A suIncorporated. All Kinds of Footwear For the preme bodyy however, presided over A. Lazar, Manager Whole Family by the Lord Lieutenant, would have authority ovorhoth the other bodl03. Money Advanced on Your Plain Note Two HAMBLY'S Stores 812 West Jefferson Street HELPLESS AND HOPELESS. 20th and Portland. (Second Floor) Shaw. 1716 Magazine City. 7164 Home Phono City 2967. ''Leading Democrats" of the J. ISth and Sharp Williams brand, while trjlng LOUISVILLE SAVINGS to block the Republic of Ireland, aro SOUTH JNO. P. MORTON & CO onlv making Republicans of tho AND DEPOSIT BANK Irish Democrats hero at home, INCORPORATED and when that happens Williams, of Fourth nnd Central Avenue Mississippi, and Robinson, of ArEstablished 1820 - Louisville, Ky. kansas, and a few more of tho Three Per Cent. Paid on Saving politicians will be of Deposits. A General Banking Busi"solid South" OFFICE OUTFITTERS a minority helpless and hopeless ness Transacted. STATIONERS PRINTERS Solid South Democrats do not have to worry over Irish constituents, but Both Phones 2406 a solid North of Republicanism may National Roofing make them sit up and take notlw. 00 RKT7TLINGXR Company Little Rock Guardian. Incorporated Adolpb Rentlinger JAPAN 1CICKS. Pitch, Coal Tar, Tarrcn Folta, INSURANOB Gravel Roofing (A Specialty). TORNADO, LIABILITY AND Tho Associated Press cables that, ' PLATE GLASS tho Japanese Privy Council on 124 W. Main Thursday favored impeachment of 123 SOUTH THIRJ STREET Phones City 1250; Main 1400-the Ministry of Premier Hara and the Versailles peace delegation for CALL US FOR rroyiiK'S fxovzsest asbqovlt9m unsatisfactory peace terras, accord Incorporated Ing to a cable received from Toklo n Was OrganlMd fey OtiUeaa by tho Hawaii Hochl, a Japanese 1 Xi dally newspaper at Honolulu. A Oa 7Brsitnra and Other TmmmI Property at FOR ALL PURPOSES CHURCH IN BERLIN. XOWSX BATES Kentucky Consumers Oil Company COLEMAN BUILDINQ In Borlln there aro about 190 THIRD AND JEFFERSON Catholic churches and chapels. The Louisvillo - Kentucky 8. E. COR. Both Phones 3S8C largest parldh ds that iof the Sacred 's Heart with 31,400 souls. , St. has 28,000: also tho parish ? of St. Matthews. St. Pius' number" M. I. BAKKON, Prisldent nd:Hinar. f. BAKNON, JR., Vic Pru. aid Treat. 26,000 souls. Thtflre are about 250 parish priests in Berlin. COMPANY ARTHUR A. WILL 508-51- WuiIh-wort- h. L. Twenty-sevent- 1 al ed Supply and FIRE Y Oil and Grease --- Well-know- Hed-wlg- a aeee4 f PROOF ENOUGH. The anxiety of "our British cous ins" over the League of Nations' battle In our Senate only goes to provo that tho league was their own manufacture. ! IP. ! BANNON PIPE CO.! s ef -- STATUE FOR FRANCE. Paul Baiilett, one of the world's leading sculptors and creator or numerous statues that adora public CUMB. MAIN 307. PHONES CITY places of many American cities, haa X WORK- S- Thirteenth anil Breckinrid nnd Ninth and. Magaali. commencod work on the statue of Lafayette which the Knights of Co) S lumbus will present to tho City of Metz, France. The statue, which has been accepted with acclaim by Dire year boy as education tkat wll prepare tfcefe for llfev the citizens of Metz, will be a ot the famous Bartlett Lafayette presented ito Franco by the ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE IstTowIsc wd Abwratl Halls SelwtMie TrttM school children of tho United States Dr. Uriah Z. Lltsiy somo years ago. But on the pedtit W. Broadway, IkjalarUIe, Ky t?R'iSv estal of the statue will be four new Chiropodist Conduoted by the Xaverlaa Brother aaaj4 OniaHtlllN Y3latnMe one of Gen. Pershing at IkbkIhmI S07 touraea, Preparatory Department, Larg the tomb ot Lafayette, ono of Presi- fcwlmmlng- Pool, Well Equipped Oymna Starka dent Wilson reading his war mes- 4tum. Terms moderate. B.iMla sage to Congress, ono of Marshal lire, Baajaraln, 'tr r Both Pbc.-e-a Foch deMveVlng his prophetic message of tho recapture of Melz to tio ! supremo officers of the Knights of Homo Phono 2550 ColumAus, and ono of Columbus on the Santa Maria. Besides the D. D. S. Louis A. there will be symbolic cartouches concerning eech subject. The Knights are making arrangements for a mammoth pilgrimage " to Metz for the occasion of the un1 STARKS BUILDINQ. veiling, which ceremony will probably be performed by Marshal Foch on Lafayette day, September 6, next ytear. It i3 expected that 2,000 perLady Dash 10c on a special sons wHl go to liner to be chartered by the Knights, and the French Government has . 5c promised all Hihe Assistance in It? power to make the pilgrimage a The viftltors wiH be con sucoesB. NORTON BUILDING Cigars ducted over the battlefields of 1 Best will also 'make a pil France d A,t. J l.ititii6 4AiilA1.i.A.fc.i;JtAAJitbJiJ.iti N. W. Corner Fourth and jiff irsM grimage to Lewaes. fTtTrPTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTI ro-pli- Sewer and Calvert Pip, Baaaoa's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits, . JWall Coping, Drain Tile, Vitrified BricK, m tftre Proaflarf. Flat Linlne. Fire BricLl! Grate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tops, S OFFICE 836, SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. CORNS.BUNIONS bas-relle- fa fellljgMP bas-relie- fs t4.4. Little ...M SMOKE TARPY'S L Brorim, DENTIST 900-90- Fj-anc- e FRED ERHART ARCHITECT Hade i V D 484444J-S4SHHgtH- 4 IHnMHHHMMBBHMaHMBi BCEjarxjoKry jesfeH Ajuu&mxczAi.. " J v jt f"i HBACONjaSONII B " nM INCORPORATED IMJ MIIWI T We Give and Redeem 5urety Coupons. 'MM 1i :M . Hk. k. S4Qi. n The :()t'w Wc tiwm tIOMMn SONS J HERMAN STRAUS Oiv V If II 1 .MTTT-- Mil I ., W J -- M Mimr..M 11 ft II " IIM Latest and Best In Sewing Machines , and Redeem Qeld Trading Stamps. MEN WILL PLEASE NOTE! RELIGIOUS GOODS Especially Appropriate For Christmas Presents. , price, each............................75c with genuine leather back with emblem in cover; a $1.69 NEW TESTAMENTS; on sale at quality for 91.00 each 75c, 60c and ..............35c CARDS; with STERLING SILVER ROSARIES; IDENTIFICATION sale 60c specially priced at $10.00, value, crucifix; .....................23c price $8.00, $7.00, $5.00 and....$4.50 40c STERLING SILVER ROSARIES; 76c value, salo price $1.00 value, sale price ........50c with case, special prices $G.00 . and ...$3.50 METAL CRUCIFIXES; with foot, silver finished, a $1.25 quality; GOLD HULLED ROSARIES; with 1.00 special salo price .... case, specially priced for this ... sale $5.50 silver METAL CANDLESTICKS; in finish, a $1.75 quality; special GOLD FILLED ROSARIES; all colors, chain guaranteed to $1.35 sale price wear twenty years; prices DOUAY VERSION BD3LE; l $3.00 and $2.50 binding; special at leather $3.25 nOLY WATER BOTTLES; with shaker, special at, each ....G0c Cloth binding; special at..$1.50 VERSION BD3LES; VOTIVE CANDLES; will burn 15 KING JAMES hours, specially priced at, per specially priced at $4.00, $3.00, 75c dozen ... $1.65, $2.00, $2.25, $2.50, $1.00 METAL HOLY WATER FONTS; $1.35 and In gold, silver and Ivory finishBIBLE STORIES FOR CHILes; salo prlco, each ........$1.25 DREN; simply told In a style to Interest children; prices BLESSED SACRAMENT ROSAREES; specially priced at, $1.00, 50c and ...................35c 10c each GOLD FILLED ROSARD3S; with chain guaranteed to wear 15 POCKET STATUES; of St. Rita, St. Anthony, St. Joseph and the years, all colors in iboads; Sacred Heart; each ............Bc special at .$3.00 MEDALS; MEN'S PRAYEK BOOKS: tho K. ST. CIIRISTOPnER a $1.00. quality, special sale C-- Vest Pocket prayer book WINTER UNDERWEAR SPECIAL SALE NEXT WEEK. Men's Union Suite $2, $2.28, $2.50 and $3. Fino quality elastic rib cotton; white, gray or ecru; makes, superior finish; and thoy fit correctly; sizes 34 to 60; In regular or stouts; splendid values at . .$2, $2.25, 82.60 anji $3 Men's 84 d Union Suits 83.15. Tho famous Bristol mako; Quality. Itl!l(!n tplfh fr.no,.,. lino i,.t which means plenty of comfort um wear; sizes 34 to 40; we sell them regularly at S4; special Monday only 83.15 Men's Cotton Underwear $1.00. Good quality of Elastic Ribbed . Qhl4.. uuu T -J vui.iu irawrcrs; sizes tfwvuuu 46; mill menders of $1.60 quamy; special prlco, garment, well-knoWool-Mlxo- Suits $1.80. Fine quality of ribbed cotton; good make; sizes 40, 42. 44, 46; J2.50 quality; (special. Mondar. 81.89 Men's High ITock Fleccc-Tdne-d Shirts and Drawers $1.23 Gannon u Genuine whlto back fleeced: Odd Lot of Men's Unioa Cabinet Writing Desk Type i fr : Electrically Driven HOW MANY TIMES HAVE YOU WISHED you had a sewing where you could keep lyour sewing machine out of sight and room out of the way. MpST SEWING MACHINES are more or less unsightly generally in the way seldom used and good for nothing but sewing. NOT SO . clal, Monday, garment $1.25 Mon's High Hock Flccco-Line- d Union Suits $2.50. ""TPino quality white back fleeced which means plenty oJt warmth; sizes up to 46; special, suit $2.50 Wta8.W5. S,,k IAb1 Socks" 8O0 Talr, Box of Six for $2.25. 81.0(1 Men's Medium Weight Underwear fa,moua Now Idea brand; M.w uarment. esPt01 thread and are freo fromPrepared all dya Fine qualify of ribbed cotton; on Cooper spring noedlo ma- poleona; oome in navy with toes; aoSs for chines; sizes, shirts, 36 to 46: and wearing quall- drawers, 32 to 46; special, gar aient hV' J?6?1'11' ,MoQday, pair t -- ,? ThJH10 I THE ELECTRIC CABINET TYPE. "J ' " JE"i t READING BY LAMPLIGHT Are yon equipped so that you can employ the evening hours to the best advantage? See us if the glare of electric lights causes you annoyance or if you get a headacho from attending the movies. Superior Deep Curve Lenses, with any mounting in stock, , case and cord complete... ..$4. CO Superior Shelltcx Rims 75c Extra We fill your' oculist's prescription or duplicate your old lenses. No charge, for examination. HERE IS A PIECE OF FURNITURE YOU'D BE PROUD TO HAVE most any place in the house a cabinet writing dek with the sewing machine invisible when hot in use and instantly available when needed. See them ia our display. rooms of course. Both Phono 1323 Ant. Deliver, reasonably priced easy terms - j ; , ,c ".' MARKET STREET. SsBfeksH 212 WB8TGRADE COFFEE HIGH offeolb aW 40c to k HMwmBbt Coco, lb BKtriKLSBBF - JOHN M. MULLOY COo .?aaUaBv Louisville Gas & Electric Co. INCOHPORATaD Extract, par tube pie Fining Baklnjr Powder. 40 300 to 6O0 Egg Mitt (20 oggg for 25) :.;;; isS 25o 311 West Chestnut Street Main 2182 Telephones City 2182 AMMT fHflP 67 5 Jfaudh Am Louisrilla. Hjf MEN TRY US $1.50 TWO.PIECE SUITS THREE-PIEC- E HIBERNIANS. What They Have Seen Doing the Fast Weak General News Notes. SACRKD HEART ACADEMY, Division 4 wIH elect officers on Monday, DecenVber 8. ew41aff Ml Say HelMol Division 3 will meet next Friday Tic T7rnU Tor VlxJs Ml Yeuff WM. evening and hold annual election of officers. cniHKJSjrr arrr.v., zauxrax&x, jet. Memorial resolutions were adopted by Division 4 on the death of Tim High Moral and Intellectual StandLyons, a veteran Tnember. ards. Catalogue Bent Tree; Address: Our Ladles' Auxiliary has been Seexflt. Bmm4 Xeaxt AuAtmjr, BUS efeerokee XhrlT, doing quiet but eflectivo work and LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY closes the year In fine condition. Dos Moines divisions give frequent KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Late Newi That Will Interert Hembera Here and Xlse-- SUITS $1.75 rssponsiblr. best service in thk citt. we Ark wiere. Cincinnati councils will hold a bjg Joint third degree initiation tomorrow, Puis Cleaning and Dyeing' Co. ZNCO&PORATBD Did You See ON AN That Ad Both Phone 2635. HABBY B. DRIVES, President. -- 421 W. Chwtnut St. I Income Producing Estate f Published in This Space Last Week? ....... an a OTHERS DID And have called or written for particulars. We are expecting to hear from you also. :: I Ik Fidelity and Columbia Trust Company ! ?iiMeeeeoMeeeee0eea5 VVVVVyvyVVVVVVVVg I BROWN & MELVILLE ; Columbia Building Fourth and Main Tho Oldest and I.argest Trust Company in tho South. &$ our-goo- ds. I We cater especially to tho trade of worklngpeople. It is our aim to handle only the beat goode, made In Union Factories. Being out of the HIGH RENT DISTRICT our prices are lower than elsewhere, and knowing the wants of the working class, we make our prices right and the terms to suit every purchaser. Wo have a separate department in which we handle the used goods which we sell either for cash or on payment. We solicit a call to look over You will receive courteous treatment whether you buy , or not. ,U;,Ji l,MlkJLUMmH eard parties for tho entertainment If You Are .Employer cf the members and their friends. Every 'member of Division 3 And Need a Girl Worker, should attend the meeting next Frl aay nignt. juaKe it a winter re OR union. Attorney Tom Walsh' says he If You Are Girl would like to get John McCormack here for a returri vl3it under HiberAnd Need a Position nian auspices. Main 3359 City 3359 CALL US All of the Old Guard and the majority of the younger ones were Womm's Actlvitfft, present at the John McOonuack con cert. With half of New York Invited, Hatiwiil Catholic War Council the annual hall of Division 38 at 007 fieHtk Feartb St. Tammany Hall furnished a big night East Side 'Fourth, Near Broadway. for all who attended. The Ladies' Auxiliary at St. JosCAM1LLE DETERT, eph, Mo., gave a star minstrel show, Employment Bureau. ending with a tacroaming comedy, "The Colored Suffragettes," National President Deery was the guest of Division 2 of rndtanapolls JOHN B. RATTERMAN at its last meeting and made an Interesting talk on the state of the FUNERAL DIRECTOR order. Mlse Ada K. Gannon, National 2114 WEST MARKET STREET Chairman of Irish History, has-o- r ganized a ipronusincr new division Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland of the Ladles' Auxiliary at Council Worker ent Por Youf Savings U. S. Government Protection. Louisville Council lhas already nu meroua candidates for the next More than 35,000 Bank Accounts, representing 100,000 people with a total monthly exompldflcanon. deposit of more than With its last initiation Detroit people of LouiavUlo at$10,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by the this Bafe, conservative bank. Council numbers about 8,000 mem- ners, the largest in tho order. MARKET AT SECOND Bishop Carroll Council at Coving- UNDER THE BIG CLOCK ton conferred tho threo degrees on more than a hundred candidates the post week. Largo claasea havo just received the three degrees at Omaha and Crete, Neb. District Deputies are doing Teal work all over the State. 1529 WEST MARKET STREET Tho Knlehta at Friend. Nob., had a great day initiating thirty-nin.From the surrounding candidates.. towns some 200 Knights were pressixty.Hve-year.old Fifteen hundred members saw the third degree conferred on a class of 145 at Auburn, N. Y, LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK THOMAS KEEN AN Mala nse-T- e' Tho annual charity hall and reception of New Amsterdam Council, City SSfff. New York City, attracted a capacity attendance. The entire proceoda go to charity. The council at Youngstown, Ohio, has unveiled a beautiful bronze, tab let as a memorial to Its nlno members who made the supreme sacrifice In the great war 717.719 B. CnHSTNTT College and university- - head9 throughout the country are Bpeak-In- g words of praiso for the order's educational programme, pronouncB ing It most effective reconstructive work. . Fnnral Director and JSmbalmer IOUISVHiLB, KX. Bluffs, Iowa. West 1107a. N. W. Cor. Twelfth and Walnnt and 434 S. Twelfth 0yVVV.yVVVYVVV'Yy JETOIfc (VI mu fuac-KHi- EI i WASHING IIS S0WggKS IMMVUl Woolens, Silks, Georgette, Crepe de Chine and All Dainty Materials. YOUR GROCER HAS IT. BY MAGIC-KELLE- R INCORPORATED SOAP WORKS AAAMAAAAAAAAAiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiUA? The Hibernians are conducting a nation-wid- e drire'for new memhers. BRANCH AT MOBILE. and promise to have a million mom-boIn 1920. What Is KenA large and enthusiastic meeting tucky doing? of cltlrens friendly to the cause of Jerry Halllhan, a veteran member Irish freedom was held last week in of the order, who has been out of the. Cathedral Hall at Mobile, Ala., the city for two years, delivered an interesting talk at Division 4's meet- where Prank J. Thompson, State Chairman of the organization, ex ing Monday night. Much Interest Is taken In tUt, plained that the general purpose of coming membership .campaign at In- Tne commiHion 13 to .aid ana supdianapolis. It Is desired to include port the .oBiise of tho republic In every man of Irish blood In "th liv Ireland tntevery manner possible as promptly and effectively aa it Is In the Ancient Order membership, T. J. O'Loary, President of Divis- within human effort so to do within of this, our ion 3, and T. J. Langan, Financial and under.?the law SfHiretary of Division ,4, have been country. fTBie following officers were elected to nil out the unexpired elected at. the meeting: John J. Chairman: Robert M. Weln- terms of State President and State acker, Vfc Chairman: William J. iToasurer. Michael Even' division Ja Hudson county McKlnney, Secretary; RrwMitlVA J. Mc-Onm. was iuxiy represented at the bien- Dermott. Traaiwirer. mlttee, J. Eaton, James nial County Board convention in Durtiaan,Rev. Thomas Muraan, Walter Jersey City. Thomas J. Lucid was F, TValsh,Henry C Alex Neely, Michael J. President. Resolutions were adopted declaring Ireland's In- VkkerB. Rev. Blward J. Hackett. Rev. Bmmett B. Kennedy, Peter alienable right to independence." Burke and M. J. MoDerinott, and puWlcity, John A. Hughes. ra Mc-Mahed Union Council at Syracuse conferred the second degreo on ISO last week. The number awaiting the third is so large as to make necessary their division into throe classes. The mission conductod tinder the auspices of Newport Council at St Stephen's churoh was a success beyond the expectations of the promoters. Tho nightly attendance was about 1,200. William Fox, who, has heen commissioned, to take charge of the X. of C. welfare work In Russia, Is a well known resident of Indianapolis. Embarking from San Francisco on a steamer sailing for Vladivostok, ho wm land in. time to play Santa Clau3 to the, American and allied troops. CELEBRATK UIUTHDAVS. .Benedict XV., the present occupant of the Pontifical throne, was born In the village of PukII. Italy, sixty-fiv- e years ago. last Friday. Cardinal Mercier, Primate of who recently vfclted the United States and Canada, was born near the battlefield of Water years ago Friday. loo sixiy-eigBel-glunt J. J. BARRETT'S 50NS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. o.s-I e ariut VV.VtVV1.VVtVVVVVV CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071-- y &&2S tt WttVVtfrVfrtAtlvvtWtiA. tHIIIIMJ 1 1' Main Steef. IIIIIHIill HfHIlMI DOUGHERTY & ii McEIJJOni t't HHiM 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH PHONBJS. Cuab. Mala 2098-- a VAUDEVILLB AND MINSTRELS. me vauaevine and minstrel entor talnntent staged last week at St Xavler Coll sire audltck-luihat.fiir, College Athletic Affeociatlnn has ac- .y IHOORrOXATMH ceea to the public demand and will repeat the performance next an the Service. The Company With the Tuesday evening. All, the numbers are good,, but .special Black; Joe Lamp Cel from Bartera' Kentucky. $7.90 be, made of the dancingmention my JPtUHoas and slngina of - MIm Thelraa. Cuseadea, the jMr'te dMverd; $.eO per ton at yards. chorus ringing of and A. CMieg boys, and the St Xavler's Tarda leeated at Flfieantk and Matrlto. Tard at Um Blue Otam Mlnatrele. of which M1se SrlvMter Yard and Blerater, Pape and Payne Streeio. urow, Naaei. ana, Forest ThaBtBWMi Beck Phones at AU Yards. are the headliacn. HARVEY-JELtIC- O COAL CO. . So Interesting and laughable was Col Firt 1 bishop of Toronto, vtas born in Cape Breton, sixty-eigyears asro TXAGBD TO WOMAN. Jast Friday. Knltftte.of 'Cotumftti 'at AlbnyJM,i,f:!X:."wf-r.0."5ea.i5- ! N. TT traeed down an anonymous House, e(f nepresentatlves. wna bnrn dissemination of the bogus Ks of C. in Marshall county. Indiana. aev- "oath"-peet3n yearq ngo Friday. The offender was .found to be a woman prominent In eootecy asa aiub work, ae well as .MEMORIAL BULL BLTMSSKD. In the suffrage moVMaeatr As usual, the KsliM refused to inetltute atlgnt Rev. Bishop! MoDonnell oootentlng lat' iweelc. Meswd , a large bronze oriBil- - rooaed(Bgs, moamuvm. "wlw MeuriBC a ewera bell fwWch wIH hang la the' tower tkmtmitimimmt U uUt aad vuM. of 8t.rBHeidrs ehureh; Brooklyn, as inr a arfMl TetrtMMm to taoM te a memorial to the bmw &t the parish -- " 'WMm ilia Mimiimr kJ tawr mtm in world by Um womaa. ht y. Most IteV. Nell McNeil. Arch- if 0iJc4eejif GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL.JS. SMITH, JPROP. WOMHMIIIIIIHIIIIMInl Borne City 2896 I eaty-seve- i Funeral Director and Embaimer! J BOTH PHONES S10. w-a- re SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS h ittitntiiittnn .'i j&.-!-.!