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Market Mi nmt 432 IWikM, Kentucky 23. tho Irish people that England holds Ireland, and just as centuries boforo there was a Protestant in the world, jcenturlos boforo Martin Luthor nailed up his theses, Catholic Ireland unanimously of the same religion, was fighting agaihst Catholic England. Sd today, if tho wholo of Ireland were to bo Unanimous" oil tho question of independence, and, bo matter what she might profess now, England" would not, and you know sho would not, bo wiling to glvo to the Irish people that which tho j Irish people want. (Applause.) J ilia iiiiiuuubiiuu uj uu ujjju- nents of tho question of religion la an attempt to prdvent tho judges on this question, the libqrty-lovin- g people, not merely of Amorlca, but of the wholo world, from deciding in nccordanco with It is an tho principles of Justice. attempt to bring In religious predilections and religious questions Into a Judgment which ought to bo pronounced on the facts as they aro, politically, and ought to bo pronounced in nccordanco with tho principles of justice. (Applause.) Riding with President DeValera In tho automobllo which brought him to 'Washington Purk was Sorgt. Christopher William Keano, Baid to bo one of America's most frequently decorated war heroes and who lost a leg on tho battle lines In France. Keane, now a student at tho University of Southern California, won tho Croix do Guerre, tho American Distinguished Service Cross, a decoration for bravery conferred upon him personally by King Georgo of England, and the U. S. Congressional medal for bravery. Also In tho automobile wero Chairman Joseph Scott, Lleuts. Leo Dazo and John Fox and Private Marcus Roberts, all of whom won commendation for their bravery under flre in France Seated in the grand stand with the Irish President as ho Bpoko also was former Lieut. Rone Llnguard, who saw four years of active service with French troops in Franco and Belgium. Among others In the speakers' stand wero Eddie Maler and John Powers, of- tho Los Angeles Tbaseball club, who received three cheers and a "tiger" fromtho 15,000 people present for refusing Insistent demands that tho prlvllcgo of speaking in the park bo donied to rair-mlnde- d, - VOLUME XLIII.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDi Irh 1 BKOWiN TAXI American for economy of the Smith "reform" admlnlfltrntlon. TTnrlnt tVin pnlsn nf a low tax rate assessments aro bo- -. "WITH WHIT BUNK PHWK: MSWC Oft MAM j I H Kvery Driver an Escort. LwM Tuki intorpoiuietj (Transfer C. 8 I n :EMBER 6, 1919. Whore, oh whore, aro tho claims PRICE FIVE CENTS. RELIGION Not K. Of C HAT FURNIHl SECRET. a Question in tho Cause of Ireland's Fight for llcr Freedom. President DcVnlcra Cites Protestant Efforts In Ills Country's Behalf. Great Throng Hear Irish President In tho Los Angeles Ball Park. NOTORIOUS SHEET EXTOSED. v?) Ail65-- llKik THlsA W .J i Eamon DoValora, President of tho Irish Republic, went through quite a strenuous experience at Los Angeles, being denied a hearing on his first appearance thoro on November 19, the owners of the hall canceling his date at the last moment, tho lecture being postponed with 10,000 people In tho streotB awaiting adAttorney mission into the hall. Joseph Scott, who servod nbrond as Knights of Columbus Secretary, was Chairman of tho Committee of Arrangements and he announced a postponement of tho lecture until tho following Sunday In the Washington ball park. The Los Angeles Times, noted tho world over as a bitter opponent of union labor and an ardent exponent 01 ovorytning English, then led a movement to boycott tho DoValera lecture and by threats and intimidation tried to bluff the people of that part of California Into not attending or having anything to do with tho Irish President's appearance. Much stress was laid on the fact that a little colony of British and Canadian soldiers and tailors of Irish birth and parentage were acting as escort for DeValera, DoValora. some of whom had won medals of Attorney Joseph Scott, who inhonor and decorations for service troduced DoValera, said: overseas. Hearst's paper, tho Los "I congratulato you, men and woAngeles Examiner, mado a special men, freo citizens of a free repubtight in favor of a fair hearing and lic, for showing by your presence tho other papers of that district here what you think of tho JournalDowero friendly to tho lecture. istic anarchist at First and BroadValora. made his appearance in tho way. They told you nnd me, ball park the following Sunday to through the columns of that paper an audience of over 15,000 people, that they publish, that Los Angeles and specially constructed electrical would present a long attenuated devices were erected which carried icicle to tho President of tho Irish his voice to all parts of tho largo Republic, and hero It is, thanks bo gathering. Tho Los Angeles Times to God. It also said that it hoped had attempted to Inject religious somebody would turn tho hose on bigotry into tho case and President President DeValera. I want to tell DeValera paid especial attention to tho editors-in-chithtr'reHglous'pbase-'-.of'-Jtb- Irish agers and editorial and tho of- man tho writers speech. question In his Ho said: Los Angeles Times that if all tho "It is not racial, it Is not religious. hoso in tho fire department of Los You are told that It Is religious. Angeles wero turned on that butNow it Is very easy to see that it is tressed fortress at First and Broadnot, and so difficult would it bo to way it would still smell to high prove it religious that oven tho Los heaven. In the language of ono of Angeles Times now admits that It these distinguished visitors, tho Los is not a religious question." That Angeles Times Is tho most capable eleven Presbyterian ministers and liar we have anywhere in Califorsix Catholic priests had been hanged nia. It Is about time that you busiIn Ireland because of, their espousal ness men watch tho columns of that of the cause of Irish freedom also paper pretty closely. I don't care was DeValera's statement in refuta much whether It is subsidized from tion of alleged British propaganda London or Tokyo. (Applauso.) But horo. I say this, you taxpayer if you It Is sufficient to tako tho history watch it closely, the next thing you of that movement and to note that will seo them slipping to you is that its father, Wolfe Tone, was a wo will please forgot tho IndebtedProtestant; that all his comrades at ness that the British Government tho time were Protestants; that owes us, and you and I can put our William Orr Russell and McCracken hands into our American pockets and the others from tho North wero and pay tho taxes upon the money Protestants; that Lord Fitzgerald wo havo lent to England, because was a Protestant; that Robert Em- wo should liquldato that indebtedmet was a Protestant; coming down ness." (Applauso and cries of was a "Never!") later; that John Mitchell Protestant; that Thomas Davis was a Protestant; that Butt was a INTO ETERNAL REST. Protestant; that Parnell was a rango of Protestant; and that long Ferdinand Ochs, ninety years, ono Protestant leaders to what is said of Louisvlllo's oldest and most highto be a Catholic party Is sufficient ly esteemed citizens, died at tho proof that tho basis of tho division home of his daughter, Mrs. D. J. Is not religious, becauso, as I said. Sullivan, 1923 West Broadway, earIt would bo absurd to think that a ly Wednesday morning. Mr. Ochs, religious party would cliooso as Its who formerly was a tanner, camo to leaders thoso holding the religion this country from Germany and had of tho men whom they wero fighting lived in Louisville for seventy , years. 'against. (Great applause.) He was a civil war voteran At all times thoro havo been a and always for tho advancement of number of Protestants on tho side Louisville. Besides Mrs. Sullivan of Irish Independence, and as I he is survived by another daughter, havo shown you, tho greatest of Mrs. Alice Cutshaw; flvo grandchilIrish patriots who have fought for dren and four independence havo beon Protestants. His funeral took place from Sacrod For this republican movement at tho Heart church, Rov. Patrick Walsh start, no less than ten Presbyterian celebrating tho requiom high mass. ministers wero hung; six priests wero also hanged, and that shows PRIESTS ON BOARD. that In this movement for independence for Ireland wo havo ProtesArmy Chaplains John A. Rantants, Catholics and Presbyterians, dolph, John T. Axton, James F. and today in our party we have two Houlihan, Ignatius Fcaly and MilCatholic ton O. Beebo havo been appointed Protestants representing districts in Ireland and we have one a board to meet In Washington for Catholic representling a Protestant tho purpose of studying matters reldistrict, in Ireland. When Ernest ative to chaplains and moral trainBly and Barton wero up for election ing In the army. Of the flvo memthe question was not asked them, bers of this very important board "What religion' do you belong to?" two aro of tho Catholic faith, this but "What do you stand for politi- bolng very nearly the quota of tho cally?" (Applause.) strength of the Catholic enlisted The causo they stood for politi- men in tho army. The priests on James F. cally was for Irish independence and tho board aro Father for the Irish Republic, and they Houlihan and Father Ignatius Fealy. wero elected by those who differed Chaplain Houlihan is a native of from them in religious faith; and Pennsylvania and was appointed a so, too, when Dennis Henry was up chaplain, with the rank of First for election in the North, though he Lieutenant, from that State in 1910 was a Catholic, it was not asked of In 1917 he was promoted to the him whether he was a Catholic or rank of Captain. Fathor Fealy, the not. What was asked him was. other Catholic member, is a native "What do you stand for politically?" of Missouri, and was born July 31, and because he stood politically for 1878. After his ordination lie servunion with England he was elected ed as an assistant priest at St, Josby the union constituency and snt eph church" Washington. He was to the English Parliament. There- appointed a chaplain in the army fore It is no wonder that even the from the District of Columbia In Lo Angelas Times can not say that 1914, and became well known and It is a religious movement and has popular while in Louisville as head had to admit that it Is a political of the chaplains' training school at one. (Aspjause.) Why then should Camp Zachary Taylor. Both Father of the political minor- Houlihan and Father Fealy are ity in Ireland prevent the" Irish peo- known as J'llve wires" In the service ple from choosing their own form when It comes to matters of faith of government? You know that and morale. Both are "good mixeven if th whole of the people of ers" among the men, universally Ireland were' today unanimous, you popular, and the interests of the know perfectly well that England church and the men will bo well would not give up Ireland If she looked out for during the sessions of this which Is Wtd hold It. (Applause) You destined important board, so to accomplish mueh fcaftw ll Is not tor the need of goeL a tM Irish yeele or.out of leve for ef n. ivl,.iiHB1' if 'ML Near Mayor Smith as Prof. E "M y in his "reform" specialty of producing a "low tax'rate," btat S'RUbliC provides the trick hat or higher assessments." Br' p.a- - ULSTERMAN tt' Ireland's Part In Making grants." itt Somo of you will: Mtonisbed to nnd Upholding the United 'many of our learn that tho mus songs Is from po r. Irish airs. States. "Yankco Doodle" is mil tho Way to Gal way;" "My M d" Is tho llecn Aroon" "West Asleep," and fThee." Let Dr. William B. Dohcrty Spokesman Is "Nearer, My God s bo taught tho youth in our For Erin at Americanization that Europe, not and. Is tho mothor country oWA merlca, and Luncheon. that wo are not of jfteAnglo-Saxo- n express It race. more accurately.. There aro Tories horo now ns there vssre in Washing- Makes Vlgotous and Pointed Cor- ton's time, who ht in singing rection of gdom of Eng- tho praises- of the We .hope the andfcBndof royal nof-EnKconuHcx-oi"i0; land will never bejni ch as to be do nounced and execrated as were his four namesakes by an English poet: THERE ARE TORIES HERE YET. "Georgo the First most vile was reckoned; Viler still was Georgo tho Second. : following communication What human being ever heard Tho from Dr. William B. Dbherty, which Anything good of Georgo tho Third? neods no explanation, will interest When George tho Fourth to hell descended, our many readers: of the Thank God, tho roign of tho Georges In tho Courier-Journended." 26th Inst. I was quoted as having Without talked at tho Americanization lunch- would soon dcslrablo immigration wo deteriorate and become eon "for an Americanization Tho and that it be made a part decadent.large people in thoso States with a Influx of Immigrants of the laws." That Is not so. Tho among them nro more thrifty and following is what I did say: When I was Invited to attend this less Illiterate we say it with shame luncheon and present an Irishman's that tho United States census of viewpoint of Americanization I first 1 S70 shows that tho number of fordeclined In view of tho fact that as eigners in the eastern portion of our a guest I should say something State was almost a negligible quanpleasant, but I was told to speak tity. Tho peoplo have lived horo plainly as I saw fit, for such was lor nearly 100 yoars, and moonlight tho object of tho meeting. I was bchools havo been established to born and reared in Ulster, Ireland, leach many of thqm now to read and thorefore I am an Ulsterlto, but and write. Put immigrants in the not of that typo which you know molting pot, but let tho pot melt through tho nowspapors, for I am properly so that its fragrauco may for freedom for Ireland and there- spread throughout our land, profore opposed to a monarchical form ducing patriotic assimilation, anniTo speak of tho hilating Bolshevism and Socialism of government. as well and English Americanization of tho Irish 1b a Toryism. as German WM. B, DOIIERTY, good deal like carrying coals to Newcastle, for tho great majority of the PAULIST CHOIR CONCERT. Irish have tho lnnato American spirit for freedom before they leave Don't miss tho Paullst Choristers' Ireland. Next to Moore's melodies and songs portraying tho freedom concert at tho Armory next Thursof Ireland, American songs aro tho day night. Th'oro will bo a chorus most popular with tho youth, such of seventy voices, and It will bo ono as tho "Green Fields of America," of the finest concerts over heard In and Louisville. The choir somo "To tho West, to tho West, to the men, but the majority includes chorof tho land of tho free. isters nro young boys gathered toWhere the mighty Missouri rolls gether by Father1 Finn, who has down to the soa; drawn on of alWhere a man Is a man If ho Is will- most ovory the musical talent Union. State In the ing to toil, Temperamentally and vocally tho And tho youngest can gather tho choristers arejl boys, but mentally fruits of tho soil." lucjr Tho principles of Bolshevism, so- point iiu mull, iiu ieasi xrom me of view of aimroclatlne re cialism and anarchy are as foreign sponsibility, and their poise is quite and abhorrent to tho Irish heart and roraarKauie, two soloists are on mind as polygamy and Mohamme- the programme John Finnegan, Ono of the happiest days tenor, known in the East an nnn nf danism. of my life was whon I became an tho best singers In New York, and American citizen, thereby renounc- uiny Proust, boy soprano, Finnegan ing all allegiance to Queen Victoria. has been St. Only four of the nine counties of Cathedral. soloist. at voice, Patrick's His rich it is de Ulster have voted for union with well suited to England, the remaining twenty- - clared, issongs which has the group of won him olght in Ireland for a republican tho Irish of the "John McCormack name form of government. Tho name of tho Uaullst Choir." One of the Scotch-Irlrs- h sometimes appears Jn Interesting features of the choruses our newspapers. There is no such will be the singing of James Duffy, hybrid or animal in Ireland as a whose voice has a range of alto, Scotch Irishman, or English or tenor and bass. The choir is diWelsh Irishman. Those born there rected by oraro Irishmen as these born here are ganist .and Father 'Finn, who isas a 'composer, as well Kentuckians, Tho Scotch-Iris- h can conductor. Seats are now on say, "We Join in Jubilation for the at the Baldwin piano' store. sale For thing that we afte not. For" we sav this concert a specially constructed we are not Irish, and God knows we sounding bejtrd will be erected, thus are not Scotch." carrying evry note to all parts of No race gave more in blood, brain me ouuainjj. and brawn to uphold our republican form of government whenever and LOJ TO L0UI8VILLB. wherever assailed, than did the h'8 b00k' ;. LawreaeStenirt will leave this a George P91',1,? for Ireland," rives the cfty Immediately after the holidays B"eu io oecomsF new "DUD" " with C the Declaration of Independence, mitomriu inmsocmiM nfi Mnhiiah. uta They are, Carroll, of Carrolltont many frieuSs her are nrond of his smith. Taylor, Thornton. Lynch, advancement ttiey realise his loss Rutledge. Hancock, Whipple. The will be Ml hi Louisville because of first decisive battle in the War for his prorqUmu In, ur city's JMtbltc Independence was woa by Gen. affairs. is a .brother Sulllvanj who captured Fort of Will- - of Oaot: RCnrt. kWn as lam and Mary. The first Admiral the tattae jf tosttttttr beH-'l- n of our navy was sauoy Jack Barry, Louiarlllsy' k oir lisWSl ki T of Westferd, Iretend. Lord Maamt- - St. Loafed ' Discusses Anglo-CeltlcOM- joy, in tho House- of Girds, England, in 17SG, aaid, "A: Mbrlca was lost by Irish immigrant amri am assurcu from tho best autl iBlty tho major part of tho America umy was com- posed of Irish. En had Amer- ica detached from V'by Irish oml- - REPUBLICANS Use ina Inauguration Gathering Snub Negroes nnd Build Slates. to Ross ami Dumas to, Bo Opposed by Binghnm'H Partner for May- oralty Nomination. "Economy" Courier-Journal- 's ', - - Administration Needs Moro Money to Carry Itcpub .UcatL "Workers. . FIRE DEPARTMENT COMEDY. al pro-gram- " - SneMrt r1t Republicans out in tho Stato put in their bid for somo political pio and found out that Tobo Hort and dies Searcy, our local Republican bosses, had full charge of tho plo counter and they had a big list of hungry applicants right hero In Louisvlllo. This has made tho G. O. P. followers outside of Louisvlllo a little sorts hut their feoliugs nnd expressions aro tii'no compared with the colorod brother, who findx thut there Is not going to bo much recognition for tho sons of Ham. Whon It came to arranging for a spec'al train to go to- tho Inauguration the negro Republicans wore not provided for and when thoy raised a howl thoy woro told thoy would havo to go along In a "Jim Crow" coach, nnd If nnj thing is to bo given out at Frankfort Tuesday they must rcpoit at tho back door with their lint in their hand. As one colored man remarked: "I guess they won't bo mithln' doin' evcept fer dem snmh't niggahs like Phil Brown, who lias n half voto on n kummltty and gives that voto to Massa Tobo Hcrt." Tho local gatherings for tho Inauguration havo displayed much Jockeying for position and strength in future contests for Republican nomOf course Congressman inations. Ogden will be renominated next year and can address Louisvlllo audiences on "How wo lost Camp Taylor." The following year is tho one that is causing all of tho trouble. To begin with, the friends of Sheriff Ross and Councilman Felix Dumas are hoostllng their favorlto for Mayor, both being popular and either would make a stronger Mayor than Smith. Wood Axton forgot his bitter quarrel and surrendered to dies Searcy In tho last campaign and may want to grab the nomination, but it looks like tho "nothing- doing" sign for tho Old Hillside leader. Rumor has Jt that former County Judge Arthur Peter will be the machine candidate, being Boss Hert's personal choice, and as a reward for the efforts of the Courier-Journand Times in behalf of the Republican ticket. Incidentally Judge Poter 1b Bingham's law partner. Hero are a few more booms that aro being launched while the Inauguration plans aro on: Tom Dover and Ben Watts for Sheriff; MarK Gabhart or Nick to succeed as County Clerk: Nick Vauehan for Police Court .Tudse; Homer MeLellan for Police Court Prosecutor; Tom Fllben for Police Court Clerk; Robert Luca for Commonwealth's Attorney, and Katt Ch'lfon .for as County Attorney y - Tho Louisville Herald would have us believe that tho inauguration of Gov.-eloMorrow next Tuesday will bo one great big Joyous ovent In tho ranks of tho Kentucky Republicans, and all of the followers, high and low, wore Just bubbling over with joy in preparing for tho celebration. Sorry to say, stories aro leaking out which give ono tho Impression that there is llablo to be an knock-dow- n nnd drag out boforo "Howdy Ed" takes his seat. Tho first rift In the lute was when the ct - al De-nunz- lo lug boostin sky high and this week' mo J.rum Merchants' Association had to lj:lii liko fury to prevent tho Moio Mucks from being assessed nt Story of tho Polyglot Circus OperS." per cent, of their cash value. On ated by Secretary Brazcll fs; of this' tho phono companies Mlk I he public for a rafsa In puoue in France. i rj'Unls pud tho only satibfaclion tho public has received thus far is that Smith says ho believes tho ordinance was "railroaded" through llm Cmincll. nntl 1ir tvmilrl linvn nnn With Roof and Sides Off Car tho cf the small army of attorneys in Elephant Could Not Bo tho city law dopartment to look it Shipped. up. Wnilj this private In tho rear rank Ij looking It up tna noor old public will fatten tho Homo and Cumberland treasuries. Along with our tax and phono raises como the Always Staged In tho Open and Jolt that tho "economy" administraNever Seen by Less Than tion doesn't think It can get by without ringing in another Hccnso 15,000. tax. Then to add to our nicrics lien Brumlcvc, of tho Board of Works, comes forward with ft re- suesc lor $i,7UU,uuu ror His uourd HIS EXPERIENCE IN BERLIN. to spend, or Just $700,000 more than it Iiml last jenr. Mr. Brum-lev- o says that much of this is needed to repair tho century-oloutfall sewers that enred in tho past few thoTho olophant Gaston was ono of children of days. Funny that these hundred-- Parisbest friends the groat had tho war. Ho Rowers Just fell In the week held forth during largo cement a room the spending money Is being allow- In the BolsIn do Dologno, which Is ed tho different departments. tho equivalent to Bronx Park ZooNear Mnvor Smith nnd thn ni. But one day ministration spokesmen daily hand logical Gardens. out interviews about how much Charles L. Brazell, a Knights of Columbus secretary, camo to tho moro money they need, but fall to menagerlo and Gaston was led tell the public of tho many useless away. Tho story of tho elephant job3 at big fat salaries being held by Republican politicians. Hero's and tho polyglot circus which Brazell, who comes from San a tip for tho noxt committee from tho Hoard of Trade. Retail Mor- - Francisco, oporated under tho auspices of tho "Casey" organization is rhnnls nr llltn nnmniltliw. whn linvn Smithy hand them the tales of the only a part of tho many difficulties awful amout of money his adminis- wnicn besot tuo launching of tho tration needs to run the city gov- circus which played to 1,500,000 ernment. They might nsk him It a soldiors and civilians and is now saving couldn't he accomplished by part and possession of tho Cirquo dispensing with many useless Jobs Rancy, tho Barnum & Bailey show and begin with by asking in regard of the French. To finish tho story to tho Sinking Fund office, where of Gaston, it should bo told right dies Searcy, own town boss, hns now that although the French railsole control ns President. Just now road men will make all kinds of there nro seventeen license inspec- affidavits that you can ship forty tors nt salaries of $1,500 a enr men or eight horses In a freight against eleven under Democratic car, it was found that even with the rule nnd NO SALOON LICENSES roof and sides taken off such a car TO LOOK AFTER AGAINST 800 It would bo an extremely difficult AND 1,000 IN DEMOCRATIC task to ship nn elephant. Andio it TIMES. One of these license in- Camo about flint Hnalnn lnulr.n.1 nf spectors sells automobiles, another entertaining tho doughboys- - was conducts n picture show, while an- bum. iiuck io tno uoia do Boulogne other acts ns collector for the Re- to continue his efforts on behalf of publican Lcnguo and campaign the children of Paris. Huvlng beon disappointed In not funds. William AVnrley, tho colored man who runs ft newspaper, was ap- being nbio to haul tho elephant pointed to ono of theso positions ns about Franco with his circus Bralicense Inspector two weeks ago and zell managed to securo threo kantho news has just leaked out. War garoos. Ho opened a booking In Paris and was besieged with ier, it will no remembered, gave tho Republican machine n tough time hundreds of applications from last August In tho prlmnry, nnd tho Fronch,. Italian and Belgian circus machine wants him out of the way men. uno man who called told Mr. In the future. Brazell that he was tho greatest Tho "economy" administration Is "aerial acrobat In Franco." On Kminnrlnrlnf n lnt nf mnnnv In ll.n asked to nrnvn It. ho invin,i tu nollfi! donanl.mnnt. ivlilrli nilflif nr. Kniirhtn nf nnlnnililla mnn nn..n,1 .Ihfr? t..1.. Mft aH- - ..nfr?T.M IB Sl. to a cognac HJT UlU J11J Liuuouijr UU" J'. ...14 pieieu. unier .potty nas a business tho wall thoro was displayed half director appointed at $2,000 a year a dozen photographs of himself. The to perform duties the City Buyer Is pictures showed ho had mado a paid for. Prof. Ragsdale, who reputation among tho many circus draws a salary as High School pro- contingents of Franco and ho was fessor, Id paid $1,200 a year to Immediately accepted. Tho circus teach psychology to tho Keystone started out with a special train- - of cops. Prof. Harry Cook was ap- twenty-eigcars, 160 porformors, pointed a bandmaster for the police thirty horses and equipage. It playband on March 7, and to dato thoro ed at Bordeaux, St. Sulplce, St. Is no band with the oxcoption of a Bassens, Lo Mans, Tours, La p "gittar" player and a Rochello and far Inland. At performer. Then wo haifo a police It was staged on tho ChampParis forco of over 400 men, whllo all Mars and 100 gendarmes had do to concede with the fow arrests be- Clear tho crrnnnrTa wlmn ti,a nnnn.i causo of prohibition 100 of these show was being staged. Later HM could bo dispensed with at a saving P.lrrMlH Ttrnnt Itn nnnM 41. ri.t of $146,000 a year. Keystone po- and then a very obvious thought lice, dectectives, captains, lieuten- occurred to tho Knights of Columants, sergeants and corporals are bus man. He mado his way riding around In "fllvvors" day and Gormany and reached Berlin. into night, using a tremendous amount that city ho wa3 held up by In tho of pnsollno, whllo burglars nnd hold- M. P.'s and when tlinv nnii.i i.i. up men swipe the machines ovory as to what ho was now and then and do a llttlo riding plied: "Why a Hon."seeking he reon tholr own hook. This past week subjected to a grilling After being at tho hands was featured by numerous holdups an nrmy board, Brazell was aland robberies whllo tho $4 a day pf lowed to wont tn . Keystoners wero wandering around Zoo of thonroeeerl. fatherland, but for somo In a trance. r Ono enterprising rohbpd a jeweler's window in uuKnown reason no loarned that the revolutionists had been so flerco 'nond daylight whllo our they ransacker! Mm rnn nni nn n "nr men thought ho was a window Hon wos to bo had. Later dresser. After picking his choice of veloped that certain restaurantsIt de had tho Jeweler's stock the same bur- been boastlnc nbnnt iinn Dfnnw glar. It Is thought, wont ncross to and therein Brazell foit ronnnnni.iw the eornor saloon and helped himthat lils mission was in self to n few thirst quenchers and assured Tho Germans had actually smokes, no report bolng mado of yam. mado meat" of tho menagerlo dur- tho latter. Int thO War. On 4. 41 Tho comody flro department playtho ed a rich ono this week. In a flro circus man,manager, ringmaster, ad- miiuu out on Fourth street tho flremon tion chief press agent, transportaand commissary discovhold a flre not and Invited a lady ered that to Jump for safety. Sho accepted presented a now nddltinn ha,i i, to Mr. and Mrs. Kangaroo tho Invitation and jumped, but uy mo oiorK. a row days later theso playful Jokers let tho net slip gloom was cast and broke threo of her ribs. Funny, causo tho new over the circus bearrivals died whon a wasn't it? Thoy Invited, others In French veterinary had Inserted the tho burning building to jump, but now arrivals head downward Into thoy must havo been onto tho joko. ns thoy todk their chances of get- tho pouch of Mrs. Kangaroo and ting out of tho flre by another way, they wero smothered. About this time It is supposed if the latter fell for rived on the scene. Texas Rox arHo was garbed tho Joko (?) tho "hicks" would In a largo sombroro and Wild West have pounced on them with bladders and slapsticks after they fell overalls. Ho had been a civilian In the not. No wonder funny flre worker for the armv. lmt nnnn .un and polico pictures don't draw in covering tho circus procured a cow- tho movies hero any moro. Our uvy iini anu admitted to Brazell ho local porformors are funny without was formerly with tho RIngling Brothers. Then tho AIox Brothors, admission being charged. whom everyone recalls for their daring in tho air, became part of the WEDDING JUBILEE. show. The clowns Becker. 675 gian and French wero former BelMr. nnd Mrs. John P. soldiors streot. celebrat- been discharged from tho who had South Thirty-eight- h army on annlvorsary of account of having been ed tho twenty-fift- h wounded In tholr wedding with services In St, action. At every porformanco free Anthony's church In the morning, lemonade and peanuts word1 " at which was repeated all of tho uted among tho audience. distribTho muBic played at tho wedding. Tholr was daughter. Miss Lucille Becker, play- show novcr always staged in the open played to less than 0 ed a violin solo. Thirty members " peoplo. nt nf thn fnrYilli' at lile-hiri Tho Tyler. Arthur a dlnner-danc- o OPEN NEXT WEEK. C. Becker, a son, camo from to attend the celebration. He The played the piano and with his sis- dyeing modern way of cleaning and bo ter. Miss Lucille Decker, playing the strated Will tho trlumnhnnttv ,Torv. at Modern Way office violin, furnished music for the anni 1140-4aim versary. Arthur Becker was the street,piant at they 2open South Third whon next week. first organist to appear in a motion This building has picture theater in Louisville. Ho is renovated, equipped been splendidly with every now organist in St. Vincent's church, appliance and Improvement, Chicago. and all work will be guaranteed. Draperies, carpets, leather goods, APPOINTED AUXILIARY. clothing, be cleaned or uyea in Rer. John G. Murray. Chancellor! the most artistic manner and old nf thA ninnnoo nf TTnrtfnrn' Pnnn i niRae to iook ilka sew. and Secretary to Bishop Nilan, has rnces will ub Z and been appointed Auxiliary to Msgr.l prompt delivery of all ' wwi as- I sured. Nllan. d S ear-ol- d Sec-rota- ry -.: V. of-fi-co be-ln- I.W oinporium,-"whe7enT5- n ht Na-zal- re, Jews-har- ,3t bur-pla- et 15,-00- Cht-cat- ro "" 1 ui-it- rMinv i urn JH . ? A.JF V ai9n S.t : PSWTWSwqEir Z13lSj:TTJ&TarY JJHCLOJtjL j&json&'XicxojkJBt KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. 0 ol Iflih AmerfatM to the ItadOfficially Social and byMoral Advancement Hibernians. Young tad Calholla Men'a Ancient Order of Indorsed at tho Armory. December 11 Paullst Choristers Institute and Catholic Knights of America. '"" " KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINT1NO CO., Incorporate. Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c n -' -- " - December 14 and 21 Presentation Academy entertainment, afternoon nt 2:30 o'clock. Buy your wheel tickets at tills office. A 'i The Opening, ANNOUNCING Hnterrd at the Laulivllle Pottofllce at AMrsu all Communications Srconil-Cla- n Matter. I SOCIETY. n MONDAY, December 1, io tha KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 319321 Wett Grain St ffa apes ffiJSfl comaC ft LOUISVILLE, KY SKASON OP ADVENT. Mrs. Denny Hlnes left yesterday to visit relatives in Danville and Ilarrodsburg. Attorney J. J. Kavanaugh loft SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1919 Saturday to spend several weeks In Wichita Falls, Toxas. first domanded unqualified ratification. Tho big question that will como before tho Senate Is not whether thero shall bo reservations. That point is settled. How far tho reservations shall extend is still to bo determined. Wo have no doubt that they will include Articlo X., tho Monroo doctrine, tho Shantung agreement and conditions for our leaving tho proposed league at any time wo wish. Tho supremacy of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hanloy left tho first of tho week for a visit with friends In Frankfort. Miss Susan McDormott will return December 15 from Now York, whero sho has been for several weeks. Miss Margaret Bannon, of Joffer sonvillo. spent tho holiday week vis iting relatives in Indianapolis. The occleslastlcal year began last Sunday, tho first Sunday of Advent. Advent la tho Liturgy of the Catholic church is tho season of preparation lor tho festival of Christmas. The cervices of the church during Advent (except on saints' days) are The of e penitential character. Gloria In Excelsls Is not said at mass, tho color of tho sacred vestments Is purplo or violet, and tho altar Is unadorned. There are four Sunday? In Advent, reminding us of the four thousand yoars of the Old Testament. , Advent means coming, tho coming of tho Saviour of the world, Jesus Christ. During this we prepare for tne great aeason foast of Clirl3tmas, the coming, tho birthday of Jesus. Jesus is nnd Ho was tho desired of nations, tbo Saviour, tho Redeemer of tho world. Let us make use of this holyrseason by performing many acts of devotion and good works and prove ourselves followors of tho Babo of Bethlehem, who will bring us great joy on Christmas. God-ma- n OSLERS FIREPROOF GARAGE THIRD AVENUE, NEAR LIBERTY. t $ ATTENTION Robert Emmet Branch, Friends of Irish Freedom.will hold its regul r meeting at Bertrand Hall, 1122 South Sixth street, Tuesday, December 9, at 8 p. m. All sympathizers with the Republic of Ireland in its now critical hour are asked to attend. Doors open for all. ae''t' to her daughter, Mrs. Allen Long, in New Jersey. A llttlo grandson, John ter a two months' Mrs. Oeorgo ZIx has returned af- visit 30,000 Feet of Floor Space at Your Service dis-tric- ' OUR GARAGE is the largest in the South. It is equipped with, the Ramp System, and every convenience is at your disposal. Absolutely fireproof and located in the heart of the downtown t. We intend to make a specialty of day storage. It Only Costs You 5c An Hour 25c being the minimum charge. Rates quoted for monthly day and night storage. N You can leave your car with ibs day or night and forget all about it with the assurance that it wilt be carefully protected by our employes. You will find every man in our organisation polite and to give the utmost service. cour-teousrwilli- NIGHT STORAGE ng s te-V V fc3LkZ?Jl.XJLJL VJT UT Tho coal operators assert one We have two racks accommodating six cars at a time. thing and tho striking minora anont the present coal situa tion, but the public is still in the J dark as to tho real troublo because of thoxlncompleto statements from Why not haw the tho United States in our own affairs Allon, arrived during her stay to botbyeldos. BOTH PHONES: MAIN 1030-C1- TY 1030 .. . . can iur u must bo maintained at all costs, nna gladden tho hearts of tho young oper aurnoriues financial report from the operators wo must not bind ourselves to main- parents. and a like report from tho miners, tain and perpetuate national InjusMr. and Mrs. Daniel B. Kelly left at the same time telling just how tices through tho league. If those Monday to spend several weeks In much tho miners mako and how who drew up tho instrument arc Columbus, Ohio, whero Mr. Kelly many days they work during' the not satisfied with that, wo should will bo on business. MM,M year. stay out of tho league altogether. Miss Lucy Lowry returned Mon-ilA ft from Ashland, whoro sho spent Thero Is no mistaking now tho at1 CC I MOVIE KELIGIOX. titude of tho country in regard to ThanksgivingD.with her parents, Mr. Diamond Headquarters Lowry, Sr. and Mrs. J. the proposed League of Nations and Finding that his congregation tho peace treaty. Even thoso who HMMMMMMMMMr CXQABSTTES TWIST CXOAXB Mrs. M. J. TIernoy announces the wouldn't como to hear him preach tvero Btaunchest in supporting tho marriage of her daughter, Miss Mao JOo Piedmonts. 9cj 3 for 2Bc 10c Allen Co..9c;S for 25c BoxS 20a Piedmonts 17c 10a unepnera.se; s rorzso American Special. Bo 12.00 tho gospel Rev. R. Ernest Akin, President's demand for ratification J. Tlerney, to Samual ll. Le Joune 10c Chesterfields 9c 10c War Hawk 9c Kremer'8 Special .60 z.oo 3 for 3 for 25c Bo 2.00 25c Uncle Mike pastor-o- f the First Unitarian church without any reservation aro now ad- on Wednesday, November 26. 20a Chesterfields 17c 10c Buster ..9c; 3 for 2Bo Short Horn . Bo 2.00 10c Favorltes.9c;3fOr25c Of this city, has introduced movie vocating compromise. 10c O. K. ....9c: 3 for 26o Donkey they nro 6o 2.00 If Geo. Kremer, Jr., who is at school Favorites 17c 10c Dixie ....9c; 3 for26c Surprlso 6c 2.00 drawing card, and tho willing to accept tho right kind of in Morristown, N. J lo Lurky Strikes ....17c lOo Red Bud .9c; 3 for 25c 1269 ....I..MI.60 2.3 S pictures aa a spent tho 20c 15c London Life jl3c 10c Tribune ,.9c; 3 for 25c Union Key dally press reports that 800 people, compromise they may get it. If not, Thanksgiving holidays with Arthur Bo 2.3 1 26 A tor 5o 2.35 Favorite or three and a half times larger than thoy must face outright defeat. Wo Whitney at Morris Plains, N. Y. l5o Mecca .He; 2 for 26o 404-40- 6 PACKAGES 60 2.7S Pat Carroll WEST MARKET STREET 20c Fatlma lEc Dan Boone 60 2.7S tho usual congregation, wore present should dislike to see tho treaty 16c Helmar.Hc; 2 for 26c Tuxedo 9c: 3 for 25c Kremer'8 Extra" !6e 2.7S Mr. and Mrsr. O'Connor, of Sunday night for tho show. Pastor made a political issuo in tho next Chicago, spent John Thanksgiving 18c Tuxedo ....14c: 3 for 40c noxy H JBU 60 2.8S tho J0c 18c Sampson 9c; 3 for 25c 8. & 8 Co Akin led his audience in singing campaign. Wo havo domestic prob holidays with Mr. and Mrs. T. J. 20o Windsor Castle ...17c Hill Side ....9c: 3 ror 25c Stiers 2.8S ...""""eo 2.85 25c Omar 'Tho Long, Long Trail," and "On- lems enough, without dragging in Duffy at their homo on Cherokee 9c: 3 for 25c Gibson Girl r...22c Victory 6e 2.85 25c Fatlma 22c Bull Durham. So; 3 forSSc road. Tho this overshadowing issue. ward Christian Soldier." If tho CHEAPEST TOBACCO 8T0X.ES XH TKB CXTT. WATCH VS OSOW feature picture shown was "The Democrats aro wise thoy will keep GOODS LAID ASIDE ON PART PAYMENT Miss Helen Malono will leave afCUT-RAT- E Passing of tho Third Floor Back," it out, for tho decision on it has ter Christmas for Now York, whoro AMERICAN TOBACCO STORE with Forbes Robertson as the Btar. already been reached by tho pooplo nho will be bridesmaid at the wed Ho. X a. W. Cor. Proton 81 Jffrsoa Ho. 8 H. W. Oer. PrMtoa fe Ubarty Tho only disappointing feature was of America. Better a thousand ding of a classmate, Miss Miller T. J. KBXXSB 81 CO. Established 1872 that tho congregation acted like a times no League of Nations and no Jones. regular movie audience In trying to treaty of peace, declares the Truo Cornelius Pfeiffer, who 1& studyhustle out as soon as the picture Voice, than tho treaty that Mr. Wil- ing at Notro Damo, Ind., will return son brought back from Europe and for tho Christmas season to be with show was finished. tried to forco on tho country. From his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cal J. Pfeiffer. TURN THEM BACK. that tho courageous action of tho YOU WILL FEEL MORE PEACEFUL TO MAN. country Senate has saved us. Tho g That yoa ipnt for something yon did aot NEED would havo itarud a Francis Marshall McKernan will turning tho Preparation for return December 19 from Ashovlllo wants no mora of it. KIND WHEN WEARING SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear iaUrest COMPOUNDED School, Ashovlllo, N. C, to spend ways of tho country back to private tho holidays wth his parents, Mr. twico a rear; Thero MAY COME a Umo wha your "LAST DOLLAR" management at tho beginning of tho RECENT DEATnS. and Mrs. F. C. McKernan. fljf anit be tpeot for lomethlac yoa DO NEED. The SAVING bow o( the year are going forward. The change George Esterlo, Tho funeral of Mr. and Mrs. Stafford McKenna, will not be welcomed In all quarters, dollar yon aro wastlae might keep tfaat "hard time" rrora over confer. in the East oi Fairiteiu, announce tho engage but we believe it Is tho wisest thing who was well known End, took place Wednesday morn ment oi their attractive and accomto do. Two years of experience of ing from St. Boniface church. Ho plished daughter, Miss Mary Frances served was fifty-foyears old. government management has McKenna, to Thomas A. Gllkey, of Bardstown. to convince most Impartial observers By tho death of Philip KIndgen that private management Is much SU Vincent do Paul's parish loses Misses Margaret and Anno Elizadony that another of Its respected members. more efficient. Wo do not Morlarty, why., havo been vJalt-In- g of' tho mismanagement under Ho was forty years old and tho be- beth In Now York City .and Whlto-stonBomo Fifth and Cpurt Place. Because every style's a winner, because men loved husband of Theresa KIndgen, government control was duo to Open Dally Until 3 p. m. Saturday Until 7 p. m. G07 Caldwell street. Tho funeral have L. I lor. tho past month, returned to their homo on the designers of these who wished to mako out a case took place Tuesday morning. Brook street. against government ownership. They Tho funeral of Mrs. Mary Burke, cortalnly succeeded beyond their Misses Frances and Ellzabetti t widow of John Burke, who died In fondest hopes. who aro attending Sacred c Cincinnati on Wednesday, took place yesterday morning from St. Heart Academy in New York, will t BONERS' DEMAND. Elizabeth's church. Deceased was lolurn December 20 to spend the were given full sway in turning out the seventy-tw- o years old and tho moth' holidays with their parents, Mr. and c signing of tho armistice, er of James D, Burke, 924 Mulberry Mrs. John T. Mnlone. t Since tho cleverest garments thferwe have ever t c last November, the soft coal miners stroot. Mrs. M. J. Tlerney announces the t shown. The fat is without a flaw, the havo averaged of tho country Mrs. Charlotte Ackerman, beloved marriage of her daughter, Miss Mao t twenty-tw- o hours work a week. This wife of Joseph Ackerman, 804 Fehr Tlerney, to Samuel L. LeJeuno on t quality way up. 27, Rev. c waa not the fault of tho miners. We avenuo, closed a well spent Hio Wednesday, November t Monday, leaving many who mourn Frank O'Connor, of tho Cathedral, t do not know with certainty that It her death. , Buy now as a Chrismas present to performing tho ceremony, which Sho was seventy-fou- r t was tho fault of the operators. But years old and long a member of St. was followed by a supper at h I yourself and a treat to the folks at home. c Hotel. vhAm la stwnfethinir wrong In an Bonlfaco church, from whero tho c Industry whoro this condition Is funeral took place Wednesday Tho Blue Bird Club entortalnod Correct Glasses Are s Important as the Right Medicine. Tho miners' demand for possible. Its members Saturday afternoon thirty-howeek does not seem a We Make Glasses to Meet the Requirements of Saturday morning Miss Estelle with a box party at Macauley's. unreasonable when It Is understood Vetter, eighteen years old, succumb- Thoso present wore Misses Mary ASK ANY Oculists' Prescriptions. Black, Cecilia Recktenwald, Loretta tuberculosis OCUMST that tho men are asking for more ed to with Christian after an illness Schneider, Amelia Beyer, Katherlne borno fortitude. and Increased production. We Is survived by her mother and Sho Schmidt, Julia Lacher, Hilda Loew, work her Buspect that increased production is grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cecilia BIckel, Maud Vlllun, Kather-In-o Klane, Pauline Whalon, Agnes 013 FOURTH AVENUE just what tho operators don't want. Vetter, with whom sho lived. Funer- Murphy. OPJP. MARY ANDERSON al services were held Monday morning at the Church of the Immaculate SEEKING A COJITROMISE. Mlss Lucy Alnslle has been enter Conception, attended by many who taining a house party oyer the mourn her untimely death. NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON You'll Never filnko a Mistake In Ordering Our Thanksgiving week-en- d at her home Administration leaders give assuron tho Bardstown road. On Thurs treaty, which RETURN THANKS. ances that the peace MMMyvyiyVVVVYVVyVVVVVVVyVMH4 day evening Miss Alnslle gave a SBBBg? HI' 1 WW 1111,1 III tailed of ratification in the Senate, Louisville Circle, Daughters of dance' lor her guests. Among them 0aW4hL f reg will again be Introduced at tho were Misses Annie Kelly, Susie Isabella, through these columns For Your Now Homo It Has the Quality. ' Bosfliph of Congress and rati- wish to return thanks to all friends Brooks, Mary Louise Webb, Louise .LEaw. ular a We who contributed to the success of Chapman, Leonora Potter, Dorothy fied with moderate reservations. HHMB"ttrrout' Sullivan and Louise Jones; Messrs. JE3-3BBoiiINCORPORATED held at rattier exj8ct that some compromise the "nickel evening" Saturday. the Lewis Southwlck, Robert McDevitt, If HKSCtSI .rfx Louisville Hotel last The BROOK AND A STS. will be arrived at within the next work of the Circle In fitting up Hut William Harrison, Charles Boden, tew weeks. There will be no fur- No. 6 at Camp Zacbary Taylor and Samuel Boden, David Dye, Winston Gas Grates,vGa Water Heaters, ther attempta by the administration making It homelike and comfortable Kratz and John Ed Slaughter. BLACK & DECKER to force the treaty through just as for the soldiers was commended by Gas Heaters, Etc., Major CHAPLAIN IS CLEARED. Summorall it,4une from Paris. Supporters of dress atGen. Y. W. C. A In hls adEntertainPORTABLE ELECTRIC BRILLS pro ments ot the the- - President's INSTALLED AND REPAIRED various sorts are also beFather O'Donnell, the Australian Sizes to 8 gramme have learned a .few things ing given and. are greatly appreciat chaplain, arrested AucUst 18 charg Plumbing and Gas Fitting. daring :the past months. They are ed by our soldiers. The regular bi- - ed with using traitorous and lan- CHILDERS ELECTRIC CO. guage moniniy for compromise, and they wlll take meeting ot tne uaugnters quitted teacning disloyalty,., was ae- bow place Sunday afternoon at courtla London INCORPOKATSD the full S o'clock la Knights of CelimbMC martial trying him. by the O'Coa- will wprk te that end with Father approval f ih Fml4at, who at Hall. ,,, Batk FkMM 135 nell's arrest was aa outrage. , 333 W, Mat S4ra4 an-pth- or PUBLIC AT SEA. ...... .4fr tS OPEN DAY AND. NIGrHT XJ XTKJ LjJLOXJLXrN Wo Solicit Your Patronage and Invito You to Inspect This Modern Garage. -- aj I jtl Wmfm SMOKERS ATTENTION! MATT IRION & SONS Jewelers and Opticians ;! hVVyYYYV.; The Last Dollar KIRSCHBAUM Suits or Overcoats "Clothes For Real Men" I' ur 1 1 Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. e, Ma-lon- e, Seel-bac- ur !$30 $35 $40 $45 $50 $60 CUNNING LEWIS & BROTZGE EXCLUSIVE CLOTHES SHOP THE BALL OPTICAL CO. e I Had a Rudd Bath JEMfeBI Did You? LUMBER TONES Gc. & 3-I- O 7-- O O. 1 .. r4y S1lP fifr 22f John R. DaileysMi OB c? -- EOBist:&z2c?mcrir &tmtt AND BENEFIT ajvejio abt. 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. W. C, RORK. PrtiUcnl. HERBERT JENKINS. o RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Headers of the Kentucky Irish American arc earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our read-r- s by accepting only firms of known responsibility. PAULIST CHORISTERS ARMORY DEC. 11 MEN--70 AND EOUCATION FUND ARMORY DEC. 11 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS CHARITY Se. ud Thu. PROPERLY BLENDED REPAIRING ICED 1EA. CLEANED, ASK YOUR GROOEK. "The Choir of Boys and Men that has become world famous." N. Y. Mail PACKED VELDIN WEST BROADWAY VULCANIZING INCORPORATED CO. Specially Constructed Sounding Board for This Concert DEC. 1. GUARANTEED VULCANIZING Offlco Expert Attention Oa Repairs Oa All Hakes of Oars SPECIALISTS ON FORD REPAIRING ERNEST 8MITH, Prop. 713 SOUTH SEVENTH ST., LOUISVILLE, PRICES$1.00, $1.50 $2.00 RESERVED SEATS ON SALE and Workrooms Northeast Corner Seventh jind Broadway Homo Phono City 2C11 Louisville, Kentucky At the BALDWIN PIANO GOMPANY 521 South Fourth Street. KY. SHULER AXLE MANUFACTURING COMPANY .INCORPORATED AUTO WELDING & REPAIR GO. Seta Phones 2899 Automobile, Motor Truck and Trailer Axles. Turhish sl U3CC111 AAUlvA THE SIGN OF QUALITY Highl'd 7411 cient riant m America. GET PIT Health Is Your Greatest Asset KEEP FIT .,.. 3 Baths-- 13 Ma1 Has the Most Sanitary, ftffinT You Effi- - BU 76 TOYS EARLY - GENERAL OFFICES & FACTORY Local and Long Distance Pfceaes JONES AND N STREETS Parkway 2 South 903 LOUISVILLE, KY. This enables you to select from a complete stock and gel good service. Later on you- cant get either. We Tailor Your Coat, Suit, Dress or Skirt PLEASING INDIVIDUALITY MEGLEMRY-WAR- D COMPANY . Page' Xmas Catalogue FREE fASK OR WRITE FOR IT. INCORPORATED 408 WEST WALNUT. East 180 KENTUCKY LAUNDRY CO. Incorporated 814-02- Phonos 345, Main or City. C03 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUB. COMPANY SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES Qf Underbill St. 0o. Dearborn Manager on evsasfrOWs- PERFECT FITTING 30 Styles Automobiles from Velocipedes from Reed Doll Carriages $7.50 to $50.00 $2.50 to $20.00 $3.50 to $20.00 r. B. YANN DAIRY Iacorporaua. 008-51- ARTHUR A. WILL BUILDER 2431 MONTGOMERY STRKKT Home Phone Shawnee 1010 0 SOUTH WENZEL gT. 3 Airplanes, Guns, Soldiers, Battleships, Dolls, Steam Engines, Trains, Etc. Both Phones 4202 JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURE MOVING AND PACKCfa 580 South Tweatr4Ms1h K. Wot 1114 Shawnee 1986 LONG DISTANCE HAULING i-- Oculists' Prescriptions. I SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY Fourth and Chestnut. THE FOUR BEST SELLERS IN KENTUCKY Blue Ribbon Twist AVar Hawk Twist "Mado AVhero XXCOBVeBATBS vlIpP' I JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. SAM KOBERTSON Headquarters for CONTRACTOR FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTY anything la real ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE) WOssft See us about estate. We sell, buy and rent. 1810 S. Twenty-slxt- h St. .604 W. JEFFERSON ST. Homo Phone City 4464. Home Phone Shawnee S68 Ii. l m V ANY OLD HAT MADE TO LOOK LIKE NEW. FELT HATS CLEANED 50 AND REBLOCKED, CENTS. Hat Cleaning1 and Block lng our specialty. NATIONAL HAT CLEANING WORKS ' Twist Dixie Twist Tobacco Grows." O. 1C John D. Moore Tobacco Co. Incorporated - KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE General Offices 412 Lincoln Building Cumberland Phone: Main ISO. --- Please Reduce Gas Consumption Many persons have no coaL The demand for gas far exceeds the supply We earnestly re quest all persons who have coal to use it for heating and discontinue the use of gas until this cold spell has passed Unless this is done the supply of gas will not be sufficient, the pressure will fall and thousands cjf families will be unable to cook their meals SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. WM. P. BANNON Loans to those having regular Incomes or salary, with no publicity or red tape. Loans to housekeepers CONTRACTING PLASTERER in their personal security. Brook and Bloom F. R. POOLEY, Building, City 8380 Room 1, Courier-JournCumb. S. 168-410 S. Fourth Street. N al Y "SOUTHERN Morning" STAB" la the Albert Smith, Prop. 633 WEST MARKET STREET Homo Phone, City 5161 SLICED BACON All Ready for Your Griddle THE VERY BEST City S174 Mark Salts, Pres. J. O. Jacobs, Sec. and Treas. OLD LEAKY ROOFS CAN BE MADE LEAK- L. GRAUMAN & CO. PROOF Incorporated HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. Incorporated DEAD ANIMALS HIGHEST CASH EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS Some Phone Shawnee 801 ffiLVUY GOSS "J Roofing, Guttering, Spotrtiag Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted Asphalt Shingles a Specialty-2011 W. Broadway, Louisvillo, Ky., - SUPEBI.ASTXO Guaranteed Ten Tears Barrels 80 Cents Fer Gallon XNTXBNATIOHAX. COATXXQ Ct. 649 SOUTH SECOND BTREET City 8174 Louisville. Ky Sealers In All Kinds of Office and Store Fixtures, Safes, Cash Begls- teri, Show Casts, Counters, Shelving, Etc. D10 WEST VUOS STREET Horns Phone. City 1818 Cumb. Phone Main 721. LOUISVILLE tIAMBLY Call Homo PRICE3 PAH) Phone City 721; CO. RENDERING SHOE J. M. BUCKNER TOBACCONIST M&la NATIONAL HATTERS 326 WEST JEFFERSON STREET DYERS AND CLEANERS BROS. STORES WHOLESALE 900 West Street Louisville, Ky. LUBOLINE Correct lubrication for all motors. old Doubles life of new cars. Improvesused cars. Select Pennsylvania crude In Its manufacture. STATES GASOLINE Monday Special Suits Cleaned Hats nnd Pressed for $1.25. Blocked and Cleaned, 50c CALL FOR AND DELIVER . , Home Phone, City 1931 WHIN IT'S YOUR) .MOVE- All Kinds of Footwear Wholo Family Two HAMBLY'S For the LOUISVILLE GAS AND ELECTRIC CO. , 20th and Portland. 18tU and Magazine SOUTH Stores ma west Jcuerson Street Shaw. 1716 (Second Floor) City 7164 Home Phone City 2967. SECURITY & LOAN CO. Incorporated. A. Lazar, Manager Money Advanced on Your Plata Note GLOBE - INCORPORATED Vaoats ' jiSSSSKV LET US KNOW I Both Phones By DONALD McDONALD, Vice President and General Manager. LOUISVILLE SAVLVGS AND DEPOSIT BANK JNO. P. MORTON & CO INCORPORATED -- lnnl. .. l.tann. mnvfnp with 1. 1. .11 n tn okl n cr nnri Es ALL POWER All work guaranteed. Bhlpplnp. cneercuuy iuiuibiicu uco u. timates In Uniformed and efficient service to all charge. THANKS FOR RETURN. HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY all seasons; dally delivery service A. ARNOLD Si SOWS parts of city. to BTOBAdB CO. Monday, December 8, tho AUCTION On STATES OH. 00. (Incorporated) feast of the Immaculate Conception, . DIVISION Street 42S West Stain special Thanksgiving services will bo Successor to Domestic OH Co. First and third Fridays, HUxralex observed for tho safo return of tho Home, 1818-182- 0 Portland. young men of Holy Trinity parish, to You ai tba NtUed Phoasw St. Matthews, from overseas, tho President Tim O'Leary. "At Nef Vice President "Walter Murphy. last coming home about a month ago, one being sorlously wounded. Financial Secretary John Brod young men erick, 1850 Portland avenue. There wore forty-seve- n Recording Secretary Joha of this parish in tho sorvice, but not A A SPECIAL SPRAY $3.00 all wero sent abroad. Tho thanks- Martin. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. A SPECIAL WREATH $5.00 giving exorcises will consist of genT .,amI anA I mmtrn Deposits. A General Banking ness Transacted. Both Phones 2406 Fourth and Central Avenne Established 1820 Three Per Cent. Paid on Saving! Busi- - Louisville. Kr. OFFICE OUTFITTERS STATIONERS PRINTERS POPULAR SCHOOLS. More than G.000 former servlco men aro taking advantage of the BIUTLINQIK FIRE 00 National DIAMONDS FUNERAL Watches and Jewelry FOB LESS MONEY. w FLOWERS im SIDNEY'S 308 AV. Jefferson St. TRY l H7r9BSeY f l I "THE 'livErm ZSLlVEfPLLS PILL THAT WILL," HENRY C HCRRV COUHVH.UT.. KV. They work like a charm. Every box sold to satisfy or your money refunded. For Sale by Your Druggist In 25-ce- nt packages. FORDS REPAIRED aeeaeat Tor W have Will Smr the largest Salt. Seaalr She la sat ateaera xaeilltU eerTiee " (SET OU Aay ataks Car Tewea 1HX at reaaeasMe rOM la" DUGAN J. Shop ;J1 GARAGE DUOAN. Fereman SOUTH and Geaeral BROOK 8TRBBT v Sergojint-at-Arm- s eral holy communion for tho soldier Martin boys, parents and friends at 7:30 mass said by tho pastor, tho Rev. Sentinel Thomas Noone. John Bohlsen, and special services In the evening at 7:30 o'clock, at which tho army chaplain, (Capt.) PvraKjrji. Rev. Raphael Grasshoff, C. P., will Meets seeo&d and fourth Koadays. an address. deliver Bertrand Hail, ,8ixth street. President John J. Barry. We telegraph Flowers Everywhere FRANKFORT. Vice President Mark J. Ryan. Recording Secretary Lawrence There was much social activity in D. Meany. Frankfort last week, notably the Financial Secretary Thomas J. reception given by Gov. and Mrs. Dlack and the Knights of Columbus Langan, 2114 Hale avenue. Treasurer John F. Burke. nnd two weddings of intorest to Sergeant-at-Arm- s Patrick Conmany. Exquisitely cleaned on Miss Elizabeth Pardl and Prof. nelly. Sentinel M. J. McDwmott,- Bernard J. Perry were married Wedshort notice. nesday morning at 8 o'clock at the Church of tho Good Shepherd, do Guerre, spoke up: "Yes, King. For God's sako, free Father J. F. O'Dwyer performing the ceremony and officiating at tho Ireland I" nuptial mass. Cleaned the government HONORS FOR BROCAR. An early morning marriage was way. We know how! that of Miss Mary Belle Hannen and Joseph They come back to you Thome Barton, tho ceremony being President Brocar was elected first of the society of the performed by Father J. F. O'Dwyer, pastor of the Church of the Good former members of the field hospisterile and clean. Only the immediate tal and ambulance companies of the Shepherd. Field Artillery at an members of tho families and sev- Thirty-eight- h eral intimate friends were present organization meeting last week. The men pledged themselves at tho wedding, and aftor a wedding Our service helps to breakfast which the bride's mother. to 100 per cent. Americanism. Hannen, gave knock the bottom out of Mrs. Emmaand Mrs. Barton in hor YOUNG PEOPLE'S RETREAT. homo, Mr. left for clothing. a short trip. On return they will cost - Hannen A retreat in preparation for the be with Mrs.until they leavo for Texas to make their home. feast of the Immaculate Conception by the young people of St. Cecilia's parish was begun Wednesday with APPEAL TO KING. U light colored Your a large attendance at both morning can be dyed by With Eamon DeValera there came and evening services. The retreat to Los Angeles a sergeant who lost master Is the Rev. Charles J. gives our method, which of the Redemptorlet order. a leg in tho war and brought a new them that newness and war story. Bergt. O. William of Chicago, la freshness so desired by Keane, with the 131stwho was and SOUTHERN DATB8 CANCELED. France Infantry well dressed people. President Bamon DeValera, of the wa.8 aecoratea witn the Croix do Guerre, the British Military Medal, Irish Republic, has been obliged to the American D. S. C. and the covet- cancel his Southern tour for the owing to exhaustion ed Congressional Medal of Honor, present, g tells the story. He and flye other brought oa by his strenuous campaign la the West. It Chicagoans, billeted with the British, were invited to dinner with is estimated, however, that he may King George to be decorated In rec- go South later, arobably after the Cleaners & Dyers ognition of their services. After tho fir fit of the year;' dinner the King turned to the men Phones 2207 HOMB FOB VfOi AORD. anythem it Office 617 Fourth Ave. and asked could do there was them The MiM'Srli thing he Amelia to make will erect a memorial home more "comfortable." There was a Plant 909 S. Sixth St. strained silence. Then Sert John for aged CathoMe, people in Ckeea Llnsky, M, M., D. B. 0, sad Orator Bay, Wfc., to coat tlso.OAO. m u She-ha- n. FINE GOWNS Men's Clothing R0c.kin2H.CL Boat Incorporated Adolpb ReHtlinger Pitch, Coal Tar, Tarrcn Felts, chain of supplementary educational INSURANCE Gravel Roofing (A Specialty). night schools conducted by the TORNADO. LIABUJTY AND Knights of Columbus throughout PLATE GLASS 124 W. Slain tho country by tho local councils. 123 SOUTH THIRJ gl'KKgl' Phones City 1250$ Main 1409-By tho first of tho now year it is expected that tho schools, which aro CALL US FOR pzopziX's PxoviDBjrr asssjosatzh free to all men, of tho army, navy incorporaiea and marines, will have a total atWas Orgaatsed fey atlHti tendance of 25,000 scholars. Tho to Make X, following figures for six cities glvo AV sn interesting Bldelight on tho popuOa raralture and Other VerseMl Property as larity of tho "Casey" schools. BosFOR ALL PURPOSES X.OWXST SilM ton 2,596, Providence 588, BaltiCOLEMAN BUILDINO more 275, Buffalo 855, Jersey City Kentucky Consumers Oil Company 8. BL COR. THIRD AND JKFFXRSON 334, New York 655.' Tho figures Louisvillo Kentucky Both Phones 311 for $ho latter city aro low because tho opening of at least six schools haB been put oft until tho new year. This scheme of assisting tho returni. BAKXOH, rnsUut ui:ifiBitr. r. IANKoN. JR., Vice Pres. td True ed servlco men to secure an education during tho leisure hours after work is separato from the council scholarships and the award of 350 free scholarships to tho returning solders. In conjunction with this Sewer nd Cslvert Pipe, work tho Knights In tho flvo cities Baaaea's Patent Lidded Five fer Steaa Cendaltf, cited operate employment bureaus which place at least 2,500 men each IWall Coplatf, Drain Tile, Vitrified Brick, mtmssr. week. Tho supplementary schools lire freoflat:, Flae Lining', Ftre BricttJ like tho free scholarship awards aro Grate aad Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chiaaey Teiv for all service men Irrespective of their religious tenets. OFFICE 836;SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. LOUISVILLE RED CROSS. PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN S07. WORKS-TfairteeThe Loutsvlllo Chapter of tho aad Breeklaridge aad Miatk aad Magaella. American Red Cross has opened headquarters at 642 South Fourth avenue, with Miss Mary K. Coady in cnarge. mis Headquarters represent tho department of nursing of 4v row hers aa edsesttoa that will vrepsce tfcew fee ttfe. tho American Red Cross and is Iniwjmii ilaftrsfla! 1111 fsUAMEssW TmbsbJ tended to glvo Information on homo ST. XAVIER'S .COLLEGE fwivwisrg fisnevlsw Rim limiS hygleno, care of the sick, homo dietetics, values of foods, and on other IIS W. BreeawTi ZemlsTtlle, K?. Dr. Uriah Z. Utscy subjects for mothers, teachors, Cbadtioted by the XaverUa Brothers SSSSft' Chlraaeelist housekeepers and business women. Y Roofing and Supply Company Oil and Grease .. WeU-kae- fct-- IP. BANNON PIPE ! CO. i 073-178- Hth CORNS.BUNIONS AsW sjsbbj wVOTSfrFfBjBjsj DYEING MISSION AT ST. PETER'S. BcIaBtlfla Jlualc&L. end Buelaeei Souraea, PreparateRr Department. Larfft (Bwlmmlni Pool, well Equipped ujrmn- mm. arouoraio. f ar-men- Mad-do- x, SWISS speech-makin- Nightly this past week St. Peter's church has been crowded with women and young girls attending the, mission that opened there last Sunday, conducted by the Friar Minor. Conventuals, Father Stephen and Father Fridolin. Next week will be for the men, with services at the same hours as this week. The Papal blessing, to which is attached a plenary Indulgence, will be granted at the close of the mission tomorrow evening. MEETINGS CHANGED. iarf HTSsfHBsate. Home Phone 2550 tw. Beajaaria. tr. Starks BaildJaa BataFfceres fi7 & SMOKE Louis A. Broring, 900-90- D. 0. S. TARPY'S Lady Dash 10c DENTIST 1 STARKS BUILDING. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N. W. Corair Fourth ' W Because of the Advent services and the proximity of Christmas the Club will 8t Helena consolidate its Deeember meetings. ana win assemble at Presentation Academy on,' Monday Bight, Deeember 14--' little I Best A, h 5c Cigars Made! udliff true ?!. I- - ft2 V,. ..$ ivr 0 KTV If J i ' AJMU&l J OVJ . f INCORPORATED jdTfSjfck The V fflf HERMAN STRAUS SONS Stamp. J We dive and Redeem Gold Trading We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. A Splendid Showing Of COSEY TOES f sgg On your Klft Hat there will bo few things that will "fit lln' more appropriately or that will bo more acceptable than a pair of "Cosoy Toes," tho restful footwear. KtAn r litviiflnna antt mn.Ilnnchod felt and (ICSiCnCtl tO fit anugly every curve of tho foot, they are so warm and comfortable to Blip Into In tho ovonlng. And now la the timo to nuy mem, while tho selection and range of sizes is amplo. JctwP 1 Jb ImJ . and Best ALL AROUND AND ABOUT THE BASEMENT ARE THOUSANDS OF CHRISTMAS TOYS f Slato Boards, with easel ..$1.00 Plush Dolls; special 45c Bight-Ke- y Pianos 90c Child's Chair; natural flinish, .75c Wo have a largo variety of Celluloid Rattlers; values up to tbc; special . . Germ-proo- For Father, Mother, Sister, Brother, Wife, Sweetheart or Friend. . n"isbffllHHnt v J? Hf ' SeWillg " Machines Cabinet Writing Desk Typo Celluloid nolo Dolls; mado in Japan; 25c bIzo; special for Monday 18o Child's Breakfast Sots; consist of plate, cup and saucer; bpo- cim Dolls' Stockings; pair Ironing Boards Floor Chimos ......2c 23c lar colors, with chrome kid soles WOMEN'S COSEY TOES Thoso are shown in all of tho popu- prices $1.75 to $2.75 "WOMEN'S JULIETS Those have fur and Tlbbon trimmings, colors-prleather soles and heels, and may bo had In all the staplo to ices $2.45 $1.75 MEN'S COSEY TOES With kid chrome soles and leather soles and heels; the colors are brown, gray and black prices $2.00 to $3.25 BOYS' COSEY TOES Leather soles and heels, and also kid chrome soles; the colors aro gray ana uiacK per pair $1.75 MISSES' COSEY TOES In kid chrome and also with leather soles and heels; tho colors aro red, pink, light blue and old rose; also Children's Cosoy Toes prices $1.75 INFANTS' COSEY TOES A dainty warm little slipper to incase tho feet of "tho dearest baby in tho world." They have soft sizes 2 felt soles, and are shown in pink, blue and old rose; per pair to 5 $1.25 Electrically Driven The Stocks in Gift Department Are Really Things of Beauty Dinner Chimes Shinning Outfits Corn Forks Japaneso Dusters Incenso Sots Coasters Medicine Glass HOW MANY TIMES HAVE YOU WISHED you had a sewing room where you could keep your sewing machine out of sight and out of the way. MOST SEWING MACHINES are more or less unsightly generally in the way seldom used and good for nothing but sewing. NOT SO ...... THE ELECTRIC CABINET TYPE. HtmHHMtl 91.00 $1.00 $1.00 50c 25c Covers and 75c Engagement Books 91.00 Soap Bulbs Pipes 50c Mahogany Candlesticks ...25o Mahogany Candlo Lamps, fl0c U. S. Bank Tanks 25c Sewing Baskets, 75c to $5.00 vunuy jars 0tltliMt(n Auto Delivery $1.00 up Both Phonds 1323 212 SHOE SECTION BACON'S SECOND FLOOR. '' HERE IS A PIECE OF FURNITURE YOU'D BE PROUD TO HAVE most any place in the house a cabinet writing detk with the sewing machine invisible when not in use and instantly available when needed. See them in our display rooms . of course. JOHN M. MULLOY HIGH GRADE COFFEE Coffee lb.. .,....',.... ..' Tea, lb. Coco, lb Bilking Potfdcr West market street. READING BY LAMPLIGHT Are you equipped so that you can employ tho evening hours to the best advantage? See us if tho glare of electric lights causes you annoyance t a headache from attending the movies. or if . . ..... : it hi superior Deep uurve juenses, wnu uy uiuuuuug u t.iuu, $4.50 case and cord complete 7GcExtra Superior Shelltex Rims We fill your oculist's prescription or duplicate your old lenses. No charge for examination. "Scotna itBaliotrmtf" reasonably priced easy terms, lA o y you-ge- ti. Louisville Gas & Electric Co. XNCORPORATXD Extract, partubo Pie Filling 40c to OOo 80c to $1.25 4o0 30c to OOo !. Egg Mitt 20 eggs for 25) 300 25o 25o 311 West Chestnut Street Main 2182 Telephones City 2182 MEN TRY US $1.50 TWO-PIEC- E SUITS THREE-PIEC- E MuitauW 677 HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Fast Week General News Notes. SACRED IIKART ACADEMY, Division 3 held its annual of officers last night. Division 4 will hold'iis eiecuuu 'Si Tfc CrroUa Boarding sad Day School Tor Glxls and TConse "Wonua. officers next Monday evening. Tho Ladles' Auxiliary of Indian- CSSSCSNT HXLS, SOUXSVXUMB, XT. apolis is to take a most active interest in tho Irish Republic bond Hleh Moral and Intellectual Rtnnd. ards. Catalogue Sent Free. Address: drlvo. Secretary, Sacred Heart Academy, Tho ten divisions of tho Ladies' Auxiliary of Marlon county had a KENTUCKY big Joint Initiation last Sunday at LOUISVILLE KNICKTSJP COMBUS SUITS $1.75 WE ARE RESPONSIBLE. BEST SERVICE IN TOE CITY. S Fourth Ave. LouisviUcQf Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Puis Cleaning' and Dyeing' Co. INCORPORATED Pay Your Debt To Yourself Tho productive year of your youth owe a debt to the unproductive years of your old age a debt of comfort and independence. What provision are you making to discharge tfeatjdebt? John cil Iowa has over 23,000 members. D. Kearney Is now In as Lecturer for Newport Coun IIARRY B. DRIVER, President. Both Phones 2635. 421 W. Chestnut St. OUR "AMORTIZATION" PLAN IS THE SURE WAY Call and let us talk this over with you. I The Fidelity and Columbia Trust Company Columbia Building Fourth and Main $2,850,000.00 Capital and surplus for yonr protection ,vvvvvvVVVVVVVVViy ill I BY J HARVEY-JELL1- ME WASHING Woolens, Silks, Georgette,' Crepe He Chine and All Dainty Materials. YOUR GROCER HAS IT. MAGIC-KELLE- FOR ' j'WkSOAPWOgKS R SOAP WORKS INCORPORATED C0 COAL CO. (INCORPORATED) Indianapolis. The latest tabulations show Divis- JOHN B. RATTERMAN ion 5 loading In the San Francisco week. membership contest. A sensational Thirty-fiv- e young men wore re finish is assured. ceived into the council at Sidney, FUNERAL DIRECTOR The Ladles' Auxiliaries of St. Neb., being tho seventh initiation Paul are Increasing their memberyear. 2114 WEST MARKET STREET this ship. Their social evenings are Union Council at Syracuso had popular and largely attended. I another third degree initiation 1529 WEST PhnnM anon.. 3 Cmnber,and The membership drive between day, Last night a largo class took tho nine San Francisco divisions the second continues with unabated interest, Cedar Rapids had another busy and each week hundreds aro placed day last week Initiating thirty-tw- o Upon tho rolls. candidates, with thirteen moro unDivision 3 of Romo, N. Y gavo a able to be present. City 2166. recepdelightful Thanksgiving day Tho double initiation of candition and 'dance to tho men of tho Bishop Carrell Council on dates for Funeral Directors order who have been In the service Saturday and Sunday sorved to atof Cue' army and navy. tract a large numbor of visiting Tho Success of the San Francisco Knights to Covington. Embalmers. campaign has resulted in starting Tho Knights at Middleton, Ohio, similar drives in all parts of the havo purchased for $30,000 tho Telephone 1022 United States, with 1,000,000 mem magnificent Crane homo, at Fourth 9 B. CHESTNUT bers as tho objective for next year. CMO ITlSHl-street and Curtis avenue, in the Three divisions at St. Joseph, most attractive section of that city. Mo., will hold a class initiation in Homo, The Catholic Student St. Patrick's Hall on December 18. which is bolng built at the UniverUUMli PHONE 88 An effort is being made to bring sity of Missouri by the. Knights of into tho order all men eligible to Columbus or. Missouri. Is nearlng membership. completion. It will bo formally The County Board degree team opened January 14. a very largo class for La'aitiated Tho famous northern Kentucky dies' Auxiliary G at St. Paul. An team, under the leadership of Capt. entertainment and refreshments folMichael Rohan, of Lexington, did nil AND I )&4 lowed tho work, the meeting being the honors at the Covington Initiavery successful from every point. tion in a manner not to bo soon forgotten by tho candidates, who National President Deery and Mrs. voted Mike a prlnco. Ellen Ryan Jolly, of the Ladles' Auxiliary, delivered addresses last Initiation of classes in the Blue 5 Sunday when the Government markGrass section of Kentucky are ers were placed upon tho graves at scheduled as follows: Loxlngton, Notro Damo of the Sisters of tho 7; KV.f DecemberParis, Frankfort, December 14, and Holy cross who served as nurses In December 21. The the civil war. Tho markers were noted northern Kentucky third deplaced by a representative of tho gree team will participate in each. War Department. Sun-Wti- T ....... Bishop Carrell Council at Coving ton has named John B. Lane as Lecturer for the ensuing year. For Your Savings U. S. Government Protection. Indianapolis will hold a first degree initiation Monday night, for More than 35.000 Bank Accounts, representing 100,000 peopla with a total which a surprise has been prom- deposit of more than $10,000,000, is tho monument of confidence built by tho ised. people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. About 100 candidates for membership in Hamilton county councils UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND were Initiated at Cincinnati tho past ld LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK THOMAS KEEN AN MARKET STREET .1&XJWET&.AJL, DIRECTOR.. Main 2II0-T- H.B0SSB$S0N and k e . D. L. DirectorBAX Funeral and Embalracr LOUISVILUI, K5. 9 717-71- ftVVt-VVV3VVbVVtVVVV- J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071-- y LOUISVILLE, faest jJLfctiix pTxeei;, :5fewvvvvvv,lHld DOUGHERTY & McBLUOHi 4 tjirn' STORES- - FOK THE GRAVES. Mrs. Ellen Ryan Jolly, LL.D., past National President of the Ladles' Employer Auxiliary to tho A. 0. Hi, Is the If You Are .Famous Black JooIiUinp Coal from Eastern Kentucky. $7.00 happy recipient of a communication' vper tod delivered; $0.00 per ton at yards. from Quartermaster General wood, AndNeed a Girl Worker, stating the first of Yards located at Fifteenth and Magnolia. Yard at First and A. markers that the graves allotment who OR for of nuns n served In the civil and Yard and Elevator, Popo and Payno Streets. Girl wars has been sent to St. If You Are Botli Phones at All Yards. Mary's College, Indiana. The numAnd Need a, Position ber df markers required by the Sis-- ' ters of St. Mary's is eighty-seveCity 3359 .CALL US One will be placed at the head of Main 3349 each grave of the. nuns who served WomM's Activities, Where work" la qalcklj on the battlefields during either the Where the howe n civil war or the ; done; .brightest National Cattwtfc War Council war. This is the first of eighty ' Where cooking seem groupe which will be sent to differ Where the work Is 6S7 St. real faa; lightest! ent sections or the country, In point East Side. Fourth, Near Broadway. of fact, to every section, for there Where, baking gives Is eftl Where the is no State in the Union which did CAMJLLE DEtERY, cooked beet; not send its quota Employment Bureau. Where drudge la emt of to the battlefields. or nursing nuns the mage etaada Where sight fee teet That's where DAUGHTERS OP ISABHIiLA. the where tht Tfcat'a "QaJek MeI eera "Qaiek The regular meeting BAKMRY AX COXFMCTiONERY I of the Daughters of Isabella, Louis-I mA Hlgkly Je4 OaWk Meal m KbaAm 8el, 10 ORftUC M'F'K'S. villa Circle 84, will take place Sun- r !ay aiteraoon. December 7. at ilW' 'Seam, mpmtli Stwet T IKRiphts of Columbus Kell at S The Company With the Coal and the Service. wH a SSSmL'L AWARDED TO TINSLEY. an Spanish-America- Worker the euchre entertainment last month for tho benefit of St. Aloy- sius church, has been awarded to A. O. Tinsloy, 720 East Market street. This was one of tho prizes mat attracted most Attention, being very pretty and artistic in every BRITISH INTIMIDATION. Falling to stifle the Irish sea traffic- by outrageous treat ment of American crews in Irish ports, Britain's latest move is an effort to intimidate the American steamship line running between Dublin and New York. English steamship agents in Dublin have been ordered to refuse business to the line under penalty of losing the patronage of the British lines served by the same agencies. The result has been that already several vessels ' of the Line have been obliged to make the return trip without cargoes. Notwithstanding these taetics, the Line is fighting back and he decided to open-- egiees of Us ewm la Dublia. Moore-McCor-maMoore-McCormack Irish-Amerlean Tho handsome bungalow bed set, donated by Miss Fannie" Cuniffo to 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, I Funeral Climb. Mala i Directors BOTH SOOS-- a and Ernbaimers - PrxOJVJECS. Home City 2008 f fr 1 ', ' fbAt..tdjr.rf.fcjfc,ti, Where the QuicK Meal Comes In ; t,r,tliiuiii)(m n. m 1 i 1 0 it Spanish-America- Se0 rnrth GRAN W. SMITH'S SON ALES. SMITH, ;PROP. . Funeral I Director and Embalmerl HUIUrf GEHER & SON, p. tUi Hw JBOTH PHONES .810. w. met i - ft" X fSltfttf tKIMtlllHHl1 SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STSi'f , a ;V J Swja" .&. sa hiisare a ' m: . .fasa '.a tht' K .' fe"