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HUMS 432 Kentucky Irish American JM.I BROWN TAXI WITH WHIT HUNK FH8NC: HMtC M MAM livery Driver u Bsoort. IwritrW Taxkat & Incorporated Trtfr 6. Volume xlih.-n- o. 24. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13,' 1919. PRICE FlVE CENTS. posals which are now being put bases that relieved tho colonists of moveforward by the a great danger. ment and thCFarmer1! 1'ilon for Yes, tho lighting Irish race was tho establishment in Ireland of a well represented "over hero" in the number of k 'Ung anJ packing conarmy for Independence as It was cerns on a basis. "over thero" In our late war. "Ring out tho names and Burko sat " MAJOR S9OTT; BULLITT. Pleased That Keystone Police Wero Sinn Fein Gaining Ttho Folllowers back Cites Revolutionary History That's And Kelly drooped his head, in On tho Frankfort Fesin Every Section of That seReceipt at Camp Taylor of a Whllo Shea, thoy called him Scholar Not Known to tho Average ries of charts en court martial protivities. Country. Jack, American. cedure from tho- Judgo Advocate Went down tho list of the dead. Washingi-ton- , General's Department in endorced "Prepared by Major There were blossoms of blood on our sprigs of green, State Residents Now Havo Unbiased Up Just Action Against Blytho Shown J Kelly and Burko and Shea, 1 British Authorities Declaro Eml Vlcus of Louisville's Reform Up in Trial of tho r And the dead did not brag, grants Helped Win War For 3&OT5tfHSSI jjXW ,r - ?t&& a i : : z?anmiy-Well, here's to the flag, Employes. Accused. " Independence. Said Kelly, Burko and Shea.' ?& ULSTERMAN IRELAND - " ; , --- WM. B. DOHtfRTY. COUNCIL. " 11 & Thirteen Colonics and Washington Mackin Council, Y. M. I., had anValiantly Aided by Men of other of Its largo and spirited meetings Monday Bight. Tho fact that Ireland. the annual election was to take place J aroused much interest and tho finish for several offices was exciting, especially that for IRISH TROOPS FROM FRANCE. Joseph Hohmann Financial, Secretary, defeating Will G. Diickel by a tremendotts majority. paid compliment was A high AnMinnv 1Trfiiilrn. Onq Hoorfr. nnd Following Is tho second letter of 'Frank Hohmann, who had no oppo- -' Dr. William B. Doherty, correcting sitlon. When the ballots wero can and setting vassed the following wero declared the Courier-Journsome history not known to the elected 'or the year 1919: forth iPresldent Anthony J. McGulre. average American: T. Leo Connolly, Through a mistake of thr printer, Americaniza- John O'Conner. in my note on Irish of NoFinancial Secretary JoBeph A. tion, in tho Courier-Journvember 30, I was quoted, instead Hohmann. stating that Recording Secretary Frank Hohof Lord Mountjoy, as the majority of the Continental mann. army during the war for American Treasurer Gus Hoertz. Independence was Irish. A writer Marshal Charles Lynn. atin yesterday's Courier-JournInside Sentinel Russell Ott. Mount-Joy- 's tempts to contradict Lord Outside Sentinel Anthony Con statement, and to ignore com- nelly. pletely the great and noble work Executive Committee Robert Oswhich was done by tho Irish for the borne, Geo. Poggol, Robt. Butlor, War of Independence. "History is John Curran, Gilbert Donnelly. tho high court of humanity, whose Tho past year "has been a very truth must be heard and Justice one for Mackin, tho 'membermuBt be pronounced." I shall quote ship again going over 500 and tho English and American authorities council being almost entirely out of to prove that tho major part of the debt. From now on basketball will soldiers in- - the Continental army be feature were Irish. Lord Chatham in the 'daya nights, on Wednesday and Frl- under the direction of English Parliament in January, 1775, declared ireiana is wim me George rhornton, who has organized and equipped two leagues. Amorlcans to a man. An address to tho people of IreCATHOLIC KNIGHTS. land by tho Continental Congress, Philadelphia, dated July 28, 1775, asSt. John's Hall, Clay and Walnut, and signed by John Hancock,your was thronged on Friday night with serts that "many thousands of countrymen have found hospitality, members of the Catholic Knights of peace, affluence and become united America from all over the city, who to us by all "the law3 of consanquln-lt- assembled to greet Dr. Felix Gaudin, mutual respect and affection.' Supremo President, who brought a In 1784 (not 1786) Lord M&untjoy message of good cheer from the SuPresident Gaudin gave this testimony in tho House of preme Council. ex'Lords: "America waa lost by Irish gavo a succinct and convincing .(his emigrants. I am assured from the planation of tho workings of best authority tho major part of the very successful Catholtc "fraternal American army was composed of Bociety and. the revised classification Irish, and that the Irish language was" as commonly spoken in the the older members were present American ranks as English. I am and questioned the President at also informed it was their valor longth, and his answers were conthat determined tho contest so that vincing and satisfactory to all. esEngland had America detached by pecially so to the oldor members, who aro amply provided for Under Irish emigrants." In the year 1779 thoro was wide- the now classification. To tho Kenspread dissatisfaction In England tucky Irish American President over tho conduct of tho Revolution- Gaudin said tbo Catholic Knights ary War. Charges of laxity and In- wero now absolutely safe, the memwere brought against bership satisfied and constantly Incompetence Sir Will-la- creasing and the outlook for tho tho Commander-in-ChieHowe, and other officers, and futuro brighter than ever before. so severely wero they criticised In GENUINE SUCCESS. Parliament that the Premier of England decided to appoint a comTho body of eminent singers mittee of tho Lords and Commons to Inquire Into the charges and sum- from tho Patriarchal Roman 'basilimilitary cas under Monslgnor Maestro mon home several of tho Caslmlro Casimlri, who sang chiefs for the purpose of obtaining Information from those at first hand. their farewell concert of tho limited They met on May 5, 1779. Samuel American tour In tho Metropolitan Galloway, Lord George Germain, Opera House on Tuesday, December Lord Cornwallis, Sir Grey Carloton, 2, sailed Friday morning on LaTour-ain- e for Rome, via Havro. During Major General Grey, James Robert; son having been present. The Roy- their short Btay of two and In al Gazette No. 311, beginning with months flfty-si-America the tourneo inx concerts, of which tho Issue of September 21, 1779, cluded and concluding with November 13, eight wero return engagements, forty-eigcltlc3 visited. publishes, in answer to the question, making "That portion of the rebel army Tho total receipts for the flfty-sb- c that enlisted in tho serivco of the concerts aggregated a littlo leu.s Congress, wore they chiefly com- than $500,000 and some Idea of the and magnitude & tho 'tour-ne- e posed of the natives of America or Is outlined with the added anwero tho greater part English, Scotch or Irish?" Joseph Galloway nouncement that the gentlemen who answered: "Tho names and places financed it did not make any profit. of their nativity being taken down, As the tourneo was not undertaken g ontorprlso there I can answer tho question with de- as n has been no complaint as to tbo Thero wero scarcely cision. natives of America, about .financial results. In the light of lf Irish, tho other fourth this record it is permissible to record tho visit of tho Vatican wero English and Scotch." Major General Robertson, of tho Choirs to America as a genuine suc British army, who had served for cess. twenty years in America, testified HAD GREAT DAY. Juno 8, 1779: "I remember General Lpe tilling mo that half tho rebel Last Sunday eighty-tw- o candi(Continental) army wore from Ireland." General Chaley Leo was sec- dates wero initiated into New Alond In command of tho Continental bany Council, K. of C, at the Y. M. army after the battle of Bunker I. club house, breaking all former Hill. The Second South Carolina records. Louisville, Jeffersonvillo, Regiment was composed entirely St. Louis and other councils were from descendants of tho Irish colony well represented. The' first and secat Williamsburg and betweon Sante ond degrees wore conferred by tho The Pennsyl- Louisville degree team. James D. and Pedeo rivers. vania line was tho Irish lino so call- Glenn, assisted by Harry Hackett Tho United and staff, St. Louis, conferred the ed by General Lee. States Brlgado and Irish Brigade major degree. Members and candiunder Dillon, Walsh and O'Brlon dates attended mass at St. Mary's church, where tho Rev. xPaul h fought at the siege of Savannah. delivered tho sermon, and canThe men who stood behind tho breastwork of- Bunker Hill, known didates were entertained at dinner as' the rail fonco, on that momorablo at St. Joseph's Hall. A banquot was day, Juno 17, 1776, and held in held at Holy Trinity school hall at 7 o'clock, at which Gilbert E. Powcheck two battalions of English ers-from annihilating the devoted ell presided as toastmaster. SpeakContinentals, wero Irish almost to ers wero tho Rev. Charles F.Walsh, a man, from Bedford, N. H., and associate rector of Holy Trinity were officered by Col. Daniel Moore,. .church; John F. Kern, St. Louis, MaJ. John Coffee, Thomas McLaugh- past State deputy of Missouri, and lin and John Patten. In published Thomas D. CHnes, Past Grand historical sketches of the town of Knight of Louisville Council. Bedford, and In the collections of ESTATE WAS MEAGER. the New Hampshire Historical SoA fitting monument to the late ciety, Volume 1, page 291, may be Bishop P. J. Garrigan will be erectseen .the names of tho men of tbo company. The majority were Irjsh ed by the Knights of Columbus of Sioux City in Mt. Calvary cemetery, or 'sons of Irish emigrants. Heltman'S compilation of Conti- according to plans of the organizanental officers" gives upward of 600 tion to accept voluntary offerings officers of Jrlsh names in Conti- for the erection of such a memorial. nental line, not speaking of militia. The late Bishop was the father of Washington the Knights of Columbus in Sioux For his chose" in succession Joseph Reed, City, and it is held proper by the son of an Irish emigrant, Stephan members that a recognition be made Moylan, and James Fitzgerald, and of the churchman in the form of a his esteem for General Sullvan, who stone .to be erected over his last won the first decisive battle of the resting place. The organization vtn Hand. Sioux City is composed of 1"000 war, and Montgomery. Thompson, Barry and other Irish members, some of whom nave alcommanders was displayed on sev- ready sent voluntary contributions. Count Arthur Dil- The 'Bishop's will provided ior the eral occasions. menumsn but his lon. Bailed with 2,300 Irish troops erection of a meager to pay for a from France for America to the aetata was too ; and oapturd Bnglleh fitting memorial. Wttt- Iadi al Vice-Preside- MACICIN England's Serious Restriction on the Trado Liberty of tho United States. is SET TONE FOR IRISH AFFAIRS. iSHLSD al al I suc-cessf- nl y, f. m Raf-fae- lo one-ha- lf ht exr-ens- money-makin- one-four- th one-ha- Vlll-rat- - soldi- aides-de-cam- p - -- meeting in tho country a man hand- tno military 'practice, tno necessary ed him a letter and asked him to ke proved in each case; carry it to someone clso. This let- elements to nxuu ay muxminnj, ter Blytho put into his pocket nat- mu Presidents immaamuiu timo of tho orders for urally without reading it, although peace, and uo various sections of tho envelope was not scaled. At the the Articles 3ot War Manual of meeting the platfom was surround- Court Martia), Federal penal code, ed by a force of soldiers and police and Districtffof Columbia code ap and tho speakers wero searched. plicable to each offense. The letter In question was takon Major Bullitt is now located in from Blytho by a police Inspector Washington an duty with the Judge was found to contain a schomo Advocato and General's department. for boycotting and intimidating the When thev amy was officially defrlonds and relatives of policemen. mobilized, pnj ttctober 31, he was ATwarrant was issued for his arrest among the oKcors selected by tho but was not exocuted until he hail War DepartnSt '.for retention In been In the familiar Irish phraso the jwrvlfl. ifeadinc' tho ostabllsh- oirtherun." for 'several' weeksHe Ttfen1t'dfT,U8Wineatintary-iPolIey-- ! was then taken In a raid on tho oy congress. Sinn Foin headquarters and kept In At tho outbreak of the war in prison for a considerable time with- April, 1917, Major Bullitt, then out any charge being mado against County Attorney, applied for aviahim. Finally he was brought be- tion service and took a number of fore a military court, charged with flights at the Princeton aviation having In his possession a document flold, but was rejected on account of likely to cause disaffection. being above the aviation ago limit. Aftor tho usual evidenco the pris- Later ho tried without success for oner, whllo following the establish- service with tho Judge Advocato ed precedent in denying tho juris- General's Department overseas in diction of the court, mado a state- the spring of 1918. Falling In that ment to his friends and constituents ho applied for voluntary Induction In which he declared that not only as a private in artillery, but was was he completely unaware of tho not accepted' until tho fall of 1918. contents of tho letter in question, Serving as a private in the Depot but ho had an absoluto abhorrence Brigade, promoted to Sergeant and of all such methods as thoso sug- then to Sergeant Major, he drew the gested In it, and would never coun- attention pf tho camp Judge Advotenance their adoption. This state- cator offico through defending a ment from a man of known integ- number of soldiers tried beforo rity is of tho utmost importance, court martial. After tho armistice showing as it does that the accusa- ho was detailed to duty under tho tion made against tho leaders of camp Judge Advocate. He was then Sinn Fein of complicity in a cam- commissioned as Major, and last paign of violence is unfounded. March was transferred to WashingBlythe's action has probably done ton for duty In the Judgo Advocato moro to convert respectable and General's Department, whero ho has moderate Nationalists to a causo been slnco located. which they hitherto shrank from ombrallng than any other recent RECENT DEATHS. event. A good deal of interest centers at Tuesday morning tho Ansel of present on tho forthcoming munici- Death entered the homo of Josenh pal elections, which tako place this and Myrtle Meagher, 615 Washing month. Tho precedent set some time ton treet, taking into heavenly rest ago by SHgo will be followed their Infant son, James T. Meagher. throughout the country, and elec- The only consolation Is that an tions in all municipalities will take angel awaits tho bereaved paronts, placo in accordance with proportion- to whom is tendered tho sympathy al representation. As already slated of many friends. tho Labor party aro organizing their forces quite" independently of Sinn Mrs. Mary Noonan, widow of tho Fein, and thero is hIko n. nfrnmr late Michael Noonan and a highly 'movement on foot, particularly in esteemed member of tho Sacred uuoun, to secure the election of Heart parish, passed into eternal candidates on a basts rest Monday afternoon at tho family In tho Interest of the ratepayers home, 2202 West Broadway. She Is and citizens. It is probable that survived by four daughters, Misses now that apathy On tho Bbject of Annie, Eiesna and Margaret Noonan municipal government has been and Mrs. Magdaleno Dolan; a son, largely disponed, these elections will isaward Noonan; a sister, Miss Josot the tone for tho futuro republi- hanna O'Conner, and a brother, can conduct of Irish afialrs. Jerry O'Connor. Funeral services In tho economic field a contro- wore held Wednesday morning. Rev. versy has been raging with regard Patrick Walsh celebrating requiem to tho handling of direct freights high mass. between Now York and Dublin, It appoars that the usual charge? for With Impressive services at St. handling and transhipping at Liver- Mary's church the last solemn rites pool have been added to tho rates wero held over tho remains of Col. for goods which come direct from Henry Folhoelter last Sunday afterAmerica. If this is correct It really noon, attended by a vast concourso amounts to a revival of tho old navi- of sorrowing friends and old assogation acts by which England ciates. For many years tho deceas any part of the British em- ed conducted a sucessful grocery pire from trading direct with any business, from which he rotirad beforeign country, and it Is a serious cause of advancing ago. Ho was restriction on tho trade liberty of long a prominent figure in the tho United States, However, it Knights of St. John and for a numwould be prematuro at present to ber of years was Colonel of tho assume that this Is the case, as alle- Kentucky division. Col. Felhoelter gations and aro had a wide acquaintance, and his being freely made and no one seems genial disposition and kindness to to know the exact truth. Unfor- the poor won him lasting friendtunately this is too often the case ships. Surviving him aro his widow, In Ireland. v One thing only Is cer- Mrs. Josephine Felhoelter, and five tain: so far direct trading is not sons and tour daughters. The Knights of St. John were presont In working smoothly. The latest economic grievance force and paid marked honor to his which has arisen is the limitation of memory. Imports of fat cattle to England and DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA . Ireland. It seems that owing to food rationing in England. the marThe regular bimonthly meeting kets can not absorb all the rattle offered. English farmers have con- of Louisville Circle, Daughters of sequently been instructed only to Isabella, will take place Tuesday send a reduced number to market, night at 8 o'clock at Knights of Coand they have now .persuaded the lumbus Hall. As the election of ofGovernment to apply the same prin- ficers for 1920 will take 'place at ciple to Ireland, whore conditions this meeting a large attendance Is are wholly different. This Ja not looked for. All those having books' 'he first time that this stanler IndHS en the ywalklRg doll" are requested try has been in'oifered with and all to return mem. oa or nerore Tuesndlnfttlom . point to enthusiastic day evenlag, m the onteet will be support belay accorded to the pro- - I closed that night. non-politic- al pro-vent- ed caso: As ho was about to speak yet shrank from joining a party which apparently condoned murder nnd intimidation, havo been Impressed by revelations made at tho cout martial of E. Qiythe, M. P., not generally reported outside Ireland." This gentleman has behind him a long rccoid of devoted service to tho Republican cause. He has followed this cause in arms and in prisons both in England and Ireland, and moro recently as a Minister of Dail Elrcann doing sound constructive work. It is clear therefore that ho may bo regarded as a consistent and representative Sinn Felner. Furthermore to all who have come in personal, contact with him ho is widely known as a man of unlmpe&chablo honesty and determination. This is tho story 6f tho Through tho Reciprocal News Service comes the information from Dublin that the very large class of people who had considerable sympathy with tho ideas of Sinn Fein, pro-found- ly Dopartment the various army camps and p dfets for use by tho staff and trial Jude 0 Advocates. Tho char deal with all tho im- portant mill ry offenses and also the civil off nses most frequently met with.Jn the army. In separate columns are f given the recognized deunItion& of the various offenses, ding to subject mat- nrmn of nhnrcrpn nnd A. Scott Bdlftt J. A. G. D.," dls- closed an I: ortant piece of work done by a cm zen of Louisville who is still in thi service of Uncle Sam. Thoy have on sent by tho War at a specifications 'j, drawn according to counter-allegatio- ns reached. As for tho- - band proper being in Frankfort that is far from the truth. Both members wero seen on duty horo, hto "glttar" artist and "jowshnrp" performer not going along for tho fun. If the Herald wants to complete Its story of tho Frankfort Inauguration an explana- War Organization Marshaliag Its tion might bo made why sovonty-Sv- e Forces for Educational and Loulsvlllo pollco paid ?4 a day by tho Louisville taxpayers were Other Work. transported to Frankfort for a Republican holiday. Of course thore is no law or precedence for it, but "reform" cares not for law. Tho only pity to tho whole affair Scores of Workers Havo Beea Enis that some of the "famous now listed Into tho New Morale firemen" weren't taken along to Divisions. give tho Frankfort residents and spectators a treat. They might havo got away with that net trick In a strange crowd, the joko consisting Loulsvlllo Herald's Camouflage of of asking ono or moro to jump from Supplementary School System Is a building into; a net and tho fireGradually Embracing tho Keystono Band and Riflq men then let tho net slip and break Squad. Entlra Country. three or four of your ribs. Of course there aro littlo acts of comedy that outsiders can't appreciate. Hero's one. At a fire alarm from FHIESIEN BEING SLIGHTED. Shelby and Burnett recently tho WILL CARE FOR HALF MILLION, No. 15 engine and hose reel got lost from ono another although no ono ever heard of a caso like that in local history, the written rule being Having trained hundreds of workThe Inauguration of "Howdy Ed" that they must keep together at all Morrow as Governor on Tuesday, hazards. Why not try a littlo of ers in tho technique of relief work, humanly interesting relief work, the while not supposed to be a source gamo of "hare and of pleasuro to Democrats, neverthe- that kids'aria lot tho leaders drop friends of tho different war agencies hounds" less furnished a lot of consolation slips of paper for those following recognized by tho Government have to Louisville Democrats and State the chase. Here's another phaso been curious to know whether this Democrats who aro familiar with going to make "Louisville's army of men and women equipped for public service would bo disbandconditions in Louisville the past two I Which is undertakers look years, rne inauguration ceremonies Tho soldier firomen toat their laurels. ed to resume its part in purely civCamp Taylor ilian occupations. So far as the ' served to Introduce Louisville's Key- always beat the local "hick" firemen stone comedy police to the State at in answering a call in their vicinity Knights of Columbus aro concerned arge, and as usual the old "hick" havo the recent fire at the Re- tholr workers peace amplo opportunity to do cops made a mess of things. Sad to and at Station reliof work. mount Jho Camp Taylor Scores of K. of C. workers have alsay, tho State officials and Frankfort firemen three mile3 away, wore people in general didn't apprcciato throwing water on tho flro when ready been enlisted by tho now morale department of the Governtho playful littlo ways of our Engine Company divisions. They and many are Indignant at milo away, arrived18,onless than a ment's the scene. enjoy tho pay if not tho rank of their actions, one of tho Frankfort Another illustration of the speed men being unkind enough to say marvels Is that tho Salvage Corps, subalterns and their duties are simito thoso thov hnd nn Tf. of T that tho Koystoners were soused. composed of firemen, In an- lar This is cruel and the citizens of swering arun real Sixth street will secretaries, excepting that their out Loulsvlllo can contradict that state- beat the No. 7 company on tho initiative is less, being subjected as ment right away. Tho comedy cops scone, although tho latter company they aro in all their functions to military discipline and direction., wore not soused, but were acting in( has mile Tho Knights found their natural manner, and only rank cap to Btart with. of aby all handiSo, means November 1, when thethemsolves on outsiders, who aro not used to their let's start a move that the next timo War Departstyle, would accuso them of being our Keystone band and our famous ment's order to quit tho camp3 went soused. Assistant Adjutant General rlflo squad go on a Jaunt like tho into effect, with somo 2,000 trained men in Ronroa Crossfield, Attorney General Morris Fraikfort trip, comedy firemen of theso their nmnlovmftnr. havo slnco and Prof. V. O. Gilbert, Superin- sh6uld be in on tho treat. returned to tho thoir former occupation. Many of tendent of Public Instruction, were them will bo retained to participate among the number who aro comFRIENDS OF FREEDOM. In the VflHt oilncntlonnl nnrt rhn Tf plaining of the conduct of the imof C. on Education ported Louisville police, Mr. Cross-fiel- d Tuesday night tho regular month- under Committee the benefit of has way for debeing unkind .enough to say ly meeting of Emmet that "several men wearing tho uni- Branch, Friends of Robert Freedom, mobilized men and other cltlsons. Irish form of tho Loulsvlllo Police De- was held in Bertrand Hall, and In Tho K. of C. supplementary school partment wero seen on tho floor in the largo gathering wero many new system is gradually embracing the a seemingly intoxicated condition, faces, indicative of tho increasing entlro country, seventeen flourishing nnd a policeman's billy was found interest in tho cause of Ireland in schools being operated at present, with a total registration of 9,000 In tho vicinity of tho Adjutant GenLouisville. Rev. John O'Connor students. next summer It eral's office." presided and all the officers were Is estimatedBeforo over 500 of these . There are many Democrats hero that presont to welcome tho many new Bchools, which offer a uniform cur-who are mean enough to chuckle " membors and at what they call tho "expose" of Francis Martin, their friends. Rev. rlculum with technical studies preof St. Patrick's, dominating, will be Jn operation. police, the nets of the the Keystone mado a patriotic and strong plea for Tho idea back of the movement is luyaltyto-tAmBricand Justices to tion, ana they predict that as- the Erin that was warmly applauded. to give the demobilized 'nrtmtioHgr" y machine will control Lettors of appreciation from Jere- and sustained aid rather than and perhaps excessive assist"Howdy Ed" Morrow and the Stato miah Thomas K. administration the peoplo through- Hines, Kavanagh and the century ance which, through its very genboth nearing erosity, could not bo prolonged on out tho State will get a taste of mark, wha had been elected to life what Louisvjllo taxpayers suffer un- membership, were read by Secretary uccouni 01 umiteu tunas Half a million service men will oventually der tho guise of Republican reform. and ordered placed in be cared for educationally by tho This looks plausiblo nnd vo can look Thomas Dolan of tho society. Rev. Knights, exclusive of the 500 veterfor a Stato administration patterned tho archives St. Cecilia's, headnftcr tho Loulsvlllo regime low" Father Fallon, ofof names added to ans enjoying college scholarships long list through tho K. of C. tuxes, high assessments, extrava- ed tho membership roll, which is open Tho Knights will continue their gance and mismanagement. But to the all men and women who would get back to tho inauguration "do- to through 1920. give Ireland a republican form of employment service bo Tho need will not ings" and tho escapades of our wan- government such as we onjoy as intensive After as that caused by demobilization, dering Koystoners. For tho past tho routino business Irish folk songs but sustained employment activity fow weeks the G, O. P. machino wero sung by Mrs. Charles Edolen, will bo necessary all ovor the Louisville Herald, had been and Edward try, and tho 900 K. of C.tho counfilling Its columns with tho plans Rev. Father Walsh by bureaus Wolf, accofnpanled Mrs. Fred for the Inauguration and much stress Harlg, who rendered several piano aro organized with geographical completion powwas laid on tho fact that the "fa- selections. John Horan gavo an ex- erful aid Inthat makes them a the careful distribution mous rifle squad" of the Keystone hibition of old Irish step dancing of labor. force would be in lino on tho big Another important activity of th6 day. Hero's the Joke of this. Tho that was loudly applauded and many of tho the memories Herald repeats and repeats that the stirred peoplo present. of Rev. Father Knights of Columbus will be tho older "famous rifle squad," as It Is styled, O'Connor announced that at all campaign, restricted to members ot tho order, to raise a largo sum for is composed of overseas veterans, yet when tho Herald attempted to meetings there would bo an enter- Cardinal Merclor, who in a letter to tainment and address, and that Supremo Knight James A. Flaherty name tho overseas veterans of tho Judge Matt O'Dohcrty would be inexpressed his urgent desire for the "famous rlflo squad" tho list was vited to be the padded with tho names of Dick uary meeting. speaker at the Jan- Knights to go to the aid of Belgium to combat extreme socialism in that Wellmnn, a Spanish war vqteran, country through Catholic education. Major Dick Lalril, Hnrry linker, ST. LEO'S ENTERTAINMENT. No deflnito goal has been placed, but William Coltgen, and others WHO It is expected that overy ono of the WERE NOT OVERSEAS, nnd then Tho conereeatlon of St. T.nn'n 600,000 Knights will donate a dolto complete tho fake filled in with elio names 'of Tom Riggs nnd a few church, Highland Park, aro prepar- lar to the fund. big threp days' enter- -' Tho presentation of the others who were in the navy. Then ing for the ho trtvon not Tuoaflnw Bartlett statue of Lafayette to Paul to" add Insult to injury the Horald talnmp.nt ro the says that they aro heroes of Chateau Wednesday and Thursday, and Rev! city of Motz and tho transportation miner j. a. wewman, tno pastor, cf 2,000 pilgrims to witness the unThierry. Outside of the fow above names, and the raombors invito their, friends veiling, of tho statuo on Lafayetto who aro not heroes of Chateau in this section to Iin thntr minnta. day. September 6, 1920, will conThierry, tho rest of tho "famous Tuesday afternoon thero will be spe stitute another major activity of tho rlflo squad" is compoMd of a bunch cial icaiures ior tno cnuaren; Wed- Knights of Columbus, as ?50,000 of "yap" and conduc- nesday afternoon and ovenlng lotto must bo raised for tho statue. The tors, who never carried anything will bo played, and euchro on movement is regarded as an unprecloser to a rlflo beforo In their life Thursdav. tho rlonlnir rlnv. A hmm. cedented tributo from the Catholics than a street car switching iron. It tlf.ul suppor wll bo served In tho of America to tho Catholics of does seem that tho local branch of scnooi nouse on eacn or tno ttireo Franco. In addition to theso activitho American Legion ought to rogjs-te- r daysofand a door prlro of a half bar- ' ties tho Knights will early in 19C0 flour will bo nwnrdpil nn publish the first authoritative Catha protest against this bunch of rel "hicks" masquerading as tho fa- Thursday. St. Leo's Dramatic Club olic war history, on which Hon. mous rlflo squad of overseas veter- win proauco a nine piayiet eacn Maurlco Francis Egan Is working, ans when tho nearest they ever got ovenlng as .follows: Tuesday, "The and though their 2,000 councils will to overseas was in eloping to Jef- Purnlo L,adv:" Wednnsdnv. "Tim maintain their public lecture cam fersonvillo or crossing tho "crick Seal of.SIIenco;" Thursday, "Eggs' paign against extreme radicalism. Tno perrormances back hum." Along with tho other ior ureaiuast, BntTHDAY OF CARDINAL." T" gUff ladled but by tho machine or- are under the direction of Bryco gan much was mado of Col. Petty Warner, a former professional, who William Cardinal and his noble steed, and tho famous Is stationed at Camp Taylor. O'Connell, Archbishop ot Boston, celebrated aeroplane flight of Night Chief his sixtieth birthday Monday, and ENDORSED OFFICERS. Laird to Frankfort. Incidentally from morn till rtlplit woo nlmuTAMij tho much advretised flight of tho nlvlolnn n A f"l XX n ttin 1nn. with telegrams and congratulatory Major fizzled .and the flight wasn't Cardinal O'Connell was made. As for tho Colonel, much est meeting held for somo timo past, messages. sympathy must be expressed' for tho gave a unanimous endorsement to born at Lowell, Mass., and was ordained Juno 4, 1884. -- In 1901 he T. J. O'Leary and his administrapoor overworked reporter and who have to say and pic- tion; all being without op- was consecrated Bishop of Portland ture something about our Chief and position. It was decided to chango and four years later was made ashis million-dolla- r uniform and white tho meeting nights, beginning in sistant at the Pontifical throne. He horse in every littlo old popgun January, to the first and second succeedod the Most Rey. John J. parade or blowout One day it Is Monday of tho month. Tho officers Williams as Archbishop of Boston on August 30, 1907, and was the "Colonel on his bravo charger," for 1920 aro: created Cardinal on November 27, President T. J. O'Leary. the next time "Chief Potty and his Vice President Thos. W. Killcen. 1911. Today ho stands one of the handhome Bleed," then "Our Clilef foremost figures In the Catholic Financial Secretary John and his noble Btallion," etc., etc., , church. until our Keystone police head is as Recording Socretary John Marmuch advertised as those who tako. SOCIAL ACTIVITIBS AHEAD. tin. Tanlac. Treas'urer Dan J. Daugherty. Another smooth pioce of camouSergoant-at-Arm- s With tho beginning of the New flage the Herald pulled off in conMartin Shee nection with the inauguration and han. lear many social activities are in store for tho memUers of the St. Sentinel Thomas Noono. the part played by the Keystone poStanding Committeo lice was this. Tuesday a picture of Wm. M.' Helena Club. The series will open Harry Lj Cook In police uiform was Hlggins, Patrick Begjey, Emmet with the "Dress Rehearsal," the printed and he was styled as, con- Desmond, Patrick. Mullen, James first nullify nrn,m.n.. .1... 1... the Dramatic Circule of St. Helena's ductor of tho Louisville Police De- Ryan. partment Band. Get that, will you? This division has had a very prosClub. The splendid "Louslvllle Police Department Band" perous year, largely due to the un- talent and careful training exhibited and "conductor." Wo have a lot tiring efforts of President O'Leary. by ??UJJK ,ad,8B ,n the Private of conductors on the force, but they Division 3 will be in line with the playlets hitherto given before the are not band conductors. They are Hibernians for a place in the Twin club members promise a performthe boys who used to shout out City League during the Voming ance of uausual merit. Next Mon"Bracklnrldge" baseball season. The installation of day night the club will hold its only for Brecklnrldstreet, and "all ut for he ball officers will take place on the 'second. meeting for this month 1ft the audiyard" when the ball park was Monday fe January. torium ot Presentation Academy. DEMOCRATS K. OF C. 1 -- Key-stono- rs war-maki- three-quarto- rs & - Hert-Searc- ln,-sta-nt or-ga- -- er Brod-erlc- k. - ) & i . .1, -- .. 1 ?. Sa !.-.- Aosarairoarar xmimix I KEHTUGKY IRISH rV4d - MERIGM s COMING I VENTS. ' PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. to th December 14 and 21 Presentation Academy entertainment, afternoon Sodtl and Moral Advancement of Irish Americana nd Catholics December" 18 Illustrated locture on Rome by Anthony Matre, of ChiOfficially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's cago, at Wlndthorst Hall, Floyd Institute and Catholic Knights of America. and Magnolia. December 21 Christmas onter-KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTINO CO.,' Incorporated. 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KaufTman have tho Government that furthor flnan- ro'urn0(l from their bridal tour and and tho New Year ciai accomodatlono bo withheld ffho Chrlstmaa U11U IU UUUOCjVCUJJU&. holidays aro now at hand and it from Groat Britain bo longa3tho over tno British Government continued to Mr. and Mrs. John Toner, of St, would bo woll for all to look Christmas with advertisements that appear In theso spend huge sums In the military oc- - Louis, will spend. Froy. Mr. nud Mrs. John columns during theso weeks and buy. clipatlon of Ireland. Correct Glasses Are as Important as the Right Medicine. the necuou od our merchants all Misses Essio and Maggfo Everlri season STATUS OF TREATY. have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. things that go to make the We Make Glasses to Meet the Requirements of Willis Roberts at Eastwood. one of tho good cheer. Repair at ASK ANY It Is not the Intention of the adOculists Prescriptions. OCUUST once to the places of business of oui ministration, according to Senator Mrs. D. J. Duano entertained, hor find advertisers, and there you will Hitchcock, minority loader, to keep 500 Club Wednesday afternoon at what you wish to mako merry the tho peace treaty beforo tho Senato hor homo in Audubon avenue. OURTH AV13NUE OPP. MARY ANDEKSON heart and homo of every friend and to tho exclusion of other pressing Goorgo Kremor, Jr., who Is attending school at Morrlstown, N. J relative. mattors. Tho treaty will bo kopt "will return homo next Saturday. in the Foreign Relations Committee FALLS TO DEATH. OUR PERFECT VISION GLASSES Or hold in the background while an Tom Bryant has returned to CinFOOLISH MISSION. compro-- cinnati, after a pleasant visit with The Rev. Edward B, Henry, effort Is made to reach a Mr. and Mrs. J. FInogan, Clifton. chaplain in tho United States It is reported that some half dozen mlso. If this succeeds It will bo navy, feu from a seventh-stor- y win y Jwr vf . f a North of Ireland ministers have cbmo brought out for a vote. If it fails ? Miss Edith O'Bryan has returned. dow of a hotel In Philadelphia on people of thi3tho treaty is dead, and tho only irom a aeitgutiul visit wlth-Mand Monuay and died shortly of his into America to tell the juries. Father Henry arrived there country all about tho situation In thine ifor Congress to do is to pass Mrs. J. H. Cahill at St. Matthdws. oarly that day and was Joined by a resolution declaring an end to hos Ireland. Now watch our John II. Hcnnessy Is Out onco his mother, Mrs. Edward B. Henry, open their columns to tllitle3. It lboks now as If this will again after a long Illness, receiving and his sister, Mrs. Vincent Kerens, dally papers t warm greetings from his friends. both of Now York. They these propagandists. But it will re- be done. to leavo the hotel on a shopping nowspa quire something moro than Rev. "W. G. Cummins and Rev. J. tour beforo going to Atlantic City SHATTERED. per publicity to undo tho work that B. Dawklns, of the Dominican Fath-ortor me uonellt of Ills health, when Relievo Headaches, Weak Eyes, havo been on the sick list this Father Henry returned to his room Dizziness, Distorted Vision, etc., and has been accomplished by President Tho Leacuo of Nations convenant week. to got his overcoat. A3 ho was mako Reading, Sewing or Close Do Valora In the past low months. leaving Mrs. Honry callod to him to Work a pleasure. rejected, and English dip people of America aro in favor stands The Miss of Blanford, as tho room Our Graduate Optometrist will lomats, statesmen and propagandists Springfield,Prudenco week tho guest raise the window, priest did not was was last warm. When the refor Ireland. a careful scientific examinaof asking tho British Cabinet to ex- of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Blanford, turn after a few minutes, both wo- make of your eyes and guarantees aro tion It matters little whatthe press agen- plain tho cause iwhlch contributed to Crescent Hill. men went to tho room. Tho daugh- Correct and Comfortable Glosses. cies want. ter looked out tlio window and In the defeat. The. blow Is the most Our Club Plan enablos you to obCol. Frank McGrath and Col. M. horror Informed her mother what severe one ever dealt to English am J. Brcnnan havo been spending tho had happened. A Deputy Cor.oner tain the. best glasses on a small edsn, SOLDIERS. AMERICAN deposit pay the balance in con-bitions. England's belief that a re week at French Lick Springs dodg- said 'ho believed tho priest had ycnlent and weekly payments. been sized with an attack of ing oil speculators. of. America's traditions, NO COLLECTORS NO RED TAPiO The American Legion Is an Ameri- versal can soldiers' organization, and every handed down by Washington and the Dr. D. J, Healy and Mrs. Healy American boy who served in the war, patriots who freed the American have Teturned to Lexington after a BECOMES CATHOLIC CONVERT. KING OPTICAL COMPANY visit irrespective of' race or creed, should Colonies from English subjection, Alma to Mrs. .Healy's mother, Mrs. D. Bergmann. Cardinal Gibbons has announced was to bo at last accomplished by Eyesight Specialists ,!.. I. As the Indiana catnonc skillful diplomacy is shattered. The that Bishop Frederick J. Kinsman, Miss Susan McDermott will re- former head of the Protesetant Catholic manhood of points out. tho great victory of diplomacy which en turn Christmas week from Balti- Episcopal diocese of Delaware, was 1134 West Market Street, America was foremost in tne war. u more, where sho Is tho guest of Mr. received into tho Catholic church at guarKrxi Door lo 7. Wh Shoo Store. In tho American tangled the Unltod States Into should bo foremost tile. Cathedral in Baltimore, Tho anteeing tho integrity of the British and Mrs. James Hopper. Legion.. The organization Is formed Cardinal made tho announcement on dominions as they existed as of date HIBERNIAN DIHECrORY Mrs. Edward vScanlan loft last being shown a dispatch' from "Wion broad patriotic lines. Its natlonnl 41trt nAnnrtAtifnriinna nrnvflo frt j week for Southern California to lmington, in which Bishop Kihsman convention, hold recently, showed u baiu yvavu vuuii,ivi4vvi not a victory, but a swinging defea spend tho winter with her daughter, was quoted in a lottor' as making DIVISION S. the stuff It was 'made of. Father Mrs. Walter Drabnfchi and Mr. tho announcement. The Cardinal Chaplain, which is tho forerunner of successive Drabnlch. said he himself received tho Bishop First and third Fridays. Hlberntat the National Kelley, Into tho Catholic church. Home. says "every American soldier should setbacks which will eventually mean PonWnd Miss Mary Callaghan, who has Bolshevist and freedom for other peoples now sub President Tim b'Leary. Join tho legion." The FRANKFORT, been with Mr. and Mrs. Josephl Vice President Walt.er Murphy.. thb Socialist are of course Hned up Joct to Britain. neitger on unoroKco roau ror tno Financial John Frankfort Knights of Columbus erick, 1850 Secretary avenue. Urod past fow weeks, returned on Friday against it. Thoy say It Is "organ Portland The Davey bill against sedition, to Chicago. will hold an initiation and banquet suppress labor organizaRecording Secretary John ized to a tomorrow. Principal speakers will now pending beforo Congress, merits tions." Tills Is untrue. Go into the Serious bo John J". Donavan, 'o'f Ludlow, Martin. who 13 atMiss Frances McCabe. who Thoro consideration. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. American Legloand help to make would overthrow our Government tending Nazareth Academy, will re- - Stato Deputy: Matt J. Hennessey, of Sergoknt-at-Arm- s Martin Shee- Augusta, and Frank. McCarthy, Of great as Its great name. It as LU OJJUUU IUW1 VUl JBkiMUO W LU Forty-eigor laws havo no place here and mothpr. Mrs. Kathleen McCabe, 11U1 Loxington. candidates han. in from Fathers and mothers should see that should bo deported. . Sentinel Thomas Noone. Frankfort and twentjvfivo from mo ueivoir. their boys Join the legion and take Lexington will bo Initiated. Following the actlvS part in Its meetings. Miss Ethel Angomolor will return elaborateceremonies there will bo an MEXICO AGAIN. DIVISION 4. banquet at the Frankfort 22 from Nazareth Decomber to Hotel. Meets second and fourth Monday Wo havo crown so accustomed w spend tho Christmas vacation with HITS THE NAIL. Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. crises in our relations with Mexlcto her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry An- . VISIT'NEW YORK. President John J. Barry. rmeicr, on unoroKeo roau. . Tho Catholic Telegraph states tho that the sending of an ultimatum lnN Vice President Mark J. Ryan. " case correctly in saying that qyery connection with the Jenkins affair Quito anumbor' of well known' Recording Secretary Lawrennt L.eo scnuito nas neon visiting Loulsvlllo people were In Now York D. :Meany. thoughtful, patriotic cltzen must feel occasions little alarm. True, tho friends and relatives Shelbyvllle. last week, and they helped materialat Government has been notiFinancial Secretary Thomas J anxious over tho outcomo of the Carranaareleaso our Consular Agent Miss Alice Griffin, after a visit of ly to swell the usual delegation of Langan, 2114 fied to Hale avenue. through which, our country Is at Puebla at onco or sorious several weeks with relatives here. Kentucky visitors. crial3 Among Treasurer John F. Burke. to her home at Frank werO Mrs. J. B. McFerran, Mr, them mlcht he expected. At last .has returned passing at the present time. It Is Sorgeant-at-Arm- s and Patrick Con Mrs. F. C. Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. nelly. accounts tho agent had n&t been re- fort. the aheerest folly to pretond that leased and the consequences aro R. T. Robson, Miss F. JJrpwn, Will Sentinel M. J. McDermott. the situation Is not fraught with rather problematical. Carranza, as Mr. and Mrs. John Magulro, lam M. Rawllngs. A. D. Edcar. Her serious danger. Jt 13 not merely usual, will delay until the last moontertalned at dinner Miss man t. ueaa, j. h. Mackny and T, SEASON OF ADVENT. will accept Misses Mildred, and that unrest threatens, the nation with mentsort of Washington that ho will Anastasla Magulro,Magulro. Mrs, Ra S. Morlmee. any explanation Edith and Lucille unascertalnable evils: tho country la deign to olTor. Quito different from chel Magulro, John Bishop and J. CAdvent Is a. season of penance, BEGINS NEW DUTIES. preparing us for the coming of actuall the seat of a most cruel war, the ultimatum wo sent to Huerta uerteu. Owing to .tho former, organist at Christ, the Lord. If we would bo waged by capital on ono sldo and some years ago; but then Carranza Miss Catherine McDermott, who Is St. Mary Magdalon's church, Mrs. partakers of true Christmas gladorganized labor on the other, Tho Is our own protogo. ness wo must approach that coming this Fred people at largo are forced to play tryWo do not bellovo thatMexicocoun- attending Sacred' Heart Acadomy in organ Harig, taking charge of tho In tho spirit of the church, preparunat tho Dominican church, 19 victims of less should 1nterven6 in necessary. Now Vork, will return December par- Prof. Patrick O'Sulllvnn, organist, ing his way into our souls by dothe role of to spend the holidays with her it becomes absolutely ing penance. Tho world is taking faculthe conflict, to suffer from extortion, We intervened once and drove out ents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Mc- composer and member Jlnerta, sotting up Carranza In his Dermott. Edward McDermott, Jr., ty at tho Conservatory of Music, us away from this spirit. Not so hunger and cold. This condition place. will havo charKO of tho ortrah and very lbng ago Advent, to devout Tho consequonces of that will return should not have been permitted to blunder havo been visited upon us Georgetown at tho sarao time from choir at St. Mary Magdalen's church. Catholics, meant days o prayer, College. Prof. O'Sulllvan began hl3 now du- fasting and mortification; the thea- arise It should not bo tolerated for ever since. Wo have been flouted ties Sunday moraine at tho 10 let and dance halls wore taboo, doTWIN CITV STAR WEDS. a day longer that tho time necessary and Insulted by. Carranza, our citivotlons In our churches wore woll o'clock high mass. zens been to take the across havo border, robbed aand slain for the Government attended, Christmas brought with it-veritable, whore the Tim O'Loughlln, the well known proper action, however drastic, to' rclcn of "anarchy has prevailed. Con ii uovoqt reception 01 mo sacraWILL SAVE COAL. star catcher of the Twin City Base ments, and a "Morry Christmas" compel the belligerents to rc3pect dltlons therp for tho past six years athlete, a true There will those uii- - ball League and rights of the general public. The can bo compared only to In Russia sprang a surprise on his friends by noon fn any be no services after meantof men. Christ coming Into tho the "What are you doing of the Kansas City lives der the Bolshevist regime treaty of peace between Germany! It Is sad to think that our Govern being married in Akron, Ohio, last churches from now' "until the begin- this Advent for the proper enjoyand the United States ha3 not yet, ment should have forced all this on week, whore he is employed with ning of Lent, it was decided at a ment of tho approaching Christmas-- ; His meeting of priests of tho city in the tide? Prerparo you, his way, and been, concluded; therefore let mar- the Mexican people. But further in- tho Goodrich Tire Company. Catholic Woman's Club, presided your1 Christmas will ho tho. more country (bo pro- tervention can only result In making bride is Miss Alice Crutchor, also of. over by Bishop tial law for this conditions worse," unless wo are pro. this city, and following the cereHills. The meeting truly merry for you and yours. claimed, K suoh a measure be re- pared to mako a thorough Job of In mony tho young couple left on a was calld to consider moans of POEMS OF WORTH. quired, to force capital and labor to tervention. We can not hope for bridal tour to Detroit, Cleveland meeting the present coal shortage. Bishop compulsory arbitration.' that under President Wilson's ad- and other points. They will mako The 00 as asked that the pastors submit to Tho .Peter Roilly press, ..Phlladol oconomical as possible in ministration. their home In Akron thl3 winter, aiso phla, has Just issued a volumo on- -. Let us have action quick' and de--( Tno outlook for Mexico is not but our popular groom writes, tho tho Use of coal. titled "Poems," by the Rev. Francis promising. Carranza has, recently Kentucky Irish American that he. elslve. X. Doylo, S. J. As a writer of SODALITY SERVICES. shown signs of nn intention to re- will be on hand when the A. O. H. poems .he Is known to many readers pair some of the havoc caused by team takes the field at Shawnee AMERICA FOR IRELAND. Tomorrow tho anniversary of tho of the Catholic magazines. Tho col hlu administration to religion. But Park in .the spring. Young Men and Young Ladles' So- lection now published gives: i per ho is weak and controls only a small dality of St. Joseph's church will ho manency to most 01 nls poems Rival ro.'tlon of ThVret tour through the United ers exercise the country. oven leadBISHOP MURRAY. solemnly observed, with high mass. which will be welcomed ,by hl3, near to authority States of EamonnDe Valera, Presthe Mexican capital. And thoy The nows ot the appointment by "I. i.ov.uu vendor service ai a:au. friends and admirers and increase ident of the Republic of Ireland, ias as lad as Carranza himself. Itare the Holy .Copies Is Q,; At .tho latter there will be also a tho number of his readers. sermon, and benediction. The .Fran may be procured from local Cathohad the result of proving, that Amen-- ' likely his regime is nearlng its end. Murray, Father of Rev. John Chancellor of 'the. Hartford ciscan fathers are In charge of St. lic book stores; j lca'is. still jsafe for democracy and Buc what Is to come after It? Of diocese, as auxiliary to Bishop Joseph's parish, with Father If Intar that-th- e American people continue to coarse. In this country were to might Nllan, camo as most agreeable tid as pastor. CLEAN FILMS. vono real earnest, ""bethe" 'champions of world liberty,; scon be restored. But order ings to his host of friends, tho punitive ' The Catholic Service Rather connor coming. In' spite of all that has oeen done by and threats choice pf the Soevereign Pontiff ;bo- ecommonds. four more motion rilc-- i .by lng The ; .. r. i. ;. Brltbh 'propogtndists and American will avail nothing. enough people of alike.applaudedclergy clergy and laity, The Rev. .rather Georee M, ,iuiu as uiuau ,uuu entertaining ana ,of .the diocese have had The to to prejudice their minds Mexico past from our mistakensuffer are unanimously outspoken In say- Connor, Who Jia'a 'been ,in Califor measuring up 10 me ,nignost. stana ... toriea polIn the against the oppressed peoples of the icy towards their country. nia iur uih noaii.11. waH axnodipfi re ard. They are the. "Wings of Morn ! eminentWe ing that the Bishop-eleing," ""William Farnum, star: "Erst this week. for earth.-- This is tho sense of a state- should now leavo them to them-- ; ly qualified for rthe duties of the leave 'tbdre probably He will .arrive boforall while. Susan." Constance Blnney. Inwe hleh ment issued 'by Frank P. Walsh,' selves, unless If are forced to "we called.offico to which he has been Christmas, when he wilL he given all star; "Lost Money," Madlaine Trav- terfere. And it cornea to that Chal'rmap. of ,th American Cbnarils-- : should take, .control and preserve ers. star, and "The Feud." Tom Mir. Bishop-eleMurray Was born In hearty welcome. wtr. Aii aru uramauc anu win Independence, summa- order In Mexico, for years to come. . Watecbu.ry, Conn., JFebruary 26, slon on Irish lueet with success. BIOCBSAN J3BMINAKr. 1877; maae his classical andphIlos-- . rizing the important facts concern" ophlcal studies at Holy Cross Col- ' PRAISBS AJD3RICAN. b'e Valera's trip and ing Tresldent PANOEU PASSED. The recent .driye ,for sa new dlo-- j lege, Worcester; was sent to the maWaa; PttbH6 for the first time Pope Benedlot received Mrs. John' American College at Louvain by. eeean seminary Tor the San Antonio ;Eveyone.4n Shelbyvllle ,'and Shelby .thaa .$100,000.' county ,ls much .pleased detailed Veeeuat of his American ex- Adams Drake,, of New York City, Bishop Tiernsy..and .was 'ordained diocese netted jnp.rewill ,bec!n con- Ed p. Shlnnickf,edlt6r of to see Cou Bishop. Shelby. riioet-o- f care Ji'resiuent or, the American UPree priest April 14, 1000. After return-- 4 struction Droawerts.and .bopea to jhave Recprd, fJput t&'galn ,af ter the Illness which were perience, at. once an Milk. andRelief for Italy Society, in ing home he served for three ,rBady",for, dedication oxmnuing over. two .montna. ana fully ignored .by Hihe powerful news- - audience. last Friday, congratulating as .professor ot iLatin, (Greek and the Juildin which occasioned, much 'alarm to his At every her upon her work in 'supnlyjnip German .at St. Thomas Seminary. by the .Apoetollc Delegate next distributing orswnlMtkma. family and friends. resolutions were adopted' nunc to Italian children and Inva At Holy Cross College Father Mur- -. meeting ray's .recprd rfor schoIanhI jte. ,, lids and expressing his gratification.' -- casing- upon tS ,' .STJSPJStfD jiGUT CIASSES. United States Gov-- He presented her .with an aiito-- t counted one of, the assets 'of ,POiUTiAR MbsTlAK. n; Owing (6 the recent coal situation. vwhlle ,at the American eminent to recognise tb Xejtybilo'of graphed, photograph and .imparted :owu, teran' and 4n order to conserve light, heft Ireland, demanding sueh modffiea- - his t blessing upon as her work; ..iMw; College, whs ;he Js called, Whe sr UtKHUIMIUUU 'ass LmwKaa laar bju! hMt'ra- - iiijh iaai, w uamouc war acuvi- . Pearl of Louvain," it fer sal thatl mil BHHUIjr so JtlP M t 7M1 JU&Xk tion 01 xnfi goTernnwiiv. , M, '.nmji., milk to the sanit.arluj for tbrcuJ .n ..u.uhi W ''Wima ontstore his; time,-e3 f GejinoJl has decided to diaconLeague Nations aswaWfl, fs- - lesig'oijidap jtkloh Pops Mb.sUI inch a WlfiaBt, Jp4amor. JrmliUdi.- ,VMI 11a nignc ciaaeee unm iurtner tejQM-H.'W- . : ateae hte ihM jwrwiw. guard Ireland's right WilWnirll-vlsiVlJM- 4 m 2.3 6 QTJAJklOTY AIVr SERVICE A boy plays in the cold or rain with-ou- t 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 wel), and get it atyliih enough so he'll, be proud of it. Hart, Schaff ner & Marx Overcoats v, for boys are best. We have others less expensive but of splendid quality: Ages ID to 18 years. Priced: . o.i THE BALL OPTICAL CO. $10 to $35 The Boys' Store and Barber Shop -- r r. jsff Levy at Third Bros sMarltet Third Floor. pro-Engli- wore-abou- Diamond Headquarters MMMMM-3- &&m s, MATT IRION 404-40- 6 & SONS WEST MARKET STREET Jewelers and Opticians GOODS LA'lD ASIDE ON PART PAYMENT Established 1872 VyVyVVVVVY-. J .j ww Ti I81H-182- 0 SMOKERS! lOo . 20o 10o 20o 20o 15o IS.0 ATTENTION! TWIST OXOASS -- v 1 ht 25o Kremer'B Extra .60 ...,14c: 3 for 40o Doxy 60 18c Sampson 9c: 3 for 25c S. & S JS i." 20c Windsor Castle ...17c Hill Side ....9c: 3 for25e Stlera . ".. . !fiS e 26c Omar 22a VIctnrv 9r! a for 9Kr nih.nn p.l.l 'A0 ?.?." 2rf CIGARETTES Piedmonts. Bo: 3 for 2Ee 17c Eie mots... ou lu" zc jL,or Chesterfields 17c Favorites. 9c: 3 for 25c Favorites 17c Lucky Strikes ....17c London Life 13c for ;:J? Hpcc.& 'He: -' '1 tor 2Bo ?f0BUi yrSiaa lOo Allen Co..9c:3 10 Shepherd. Sc; 3 for 25o for 25o luc 10c lOo 10a 10c 10c Stlma",i,i,"ip HjImar.Hc; 2 for 26c Tuxedo 18c Tuxedo c tvremera special .00 z.cti 3 ror 35 uncle Mlko Bo 2.09 Duster ..9c; 3 for 2Bc Short Horn 60 2.00 O. K. ....9c:3 for2Sc Donkey Bo 2.0 Dixie 9c; 3 for 25c Surprise Bo 2.0 Red Dud .9c;3for2Bc 1269 Bo 2.3S Tribune ..9c; 3 for 2Bc Union Key 6a 2.35 Be 2.35 Favorite PACKAGE 60 2.75 Pat Carroll "" uuwk American Special. Bo Box B0 32.00 .... -- 9c: 3 for 2Bo Dan .Boone 60 2.85 2.85 2.85 2.75 2.75 Fatima CHEAPEST 22c Bull Durham. 'Jo; 3 for 25c TOBACCO STORES XBT THE CITT. CUT-RAT- E m WATCK TJ8 OSOW conse-nuenc- es AMERICAN Ko. I S. W. Cor. Preston Incorporated TOBACCO STORE vr. W. Cor. Jeffenon Ho. 2 Prortoa Si Siberta T - "THE Business BLUE GRASS GARAGE Iox-OLD ARMORY" 53537-39-4- 1 ATTENTION TO. THEATER No Opon (Incorporated) ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF SOUTH SEVENTH STREET . AUTOMOBILES STORED AND WASHED SPICIAl ST0RA6E 25 CTS. All MEN JN CHARGE EXPERIENCED. of-th- City JVTcil. 1O40 -. l Me You'U Kovcr Moko a Mistake in Ordering Our Fvor 1 ', r-- r' ". LUMBER Your Now llomo It lias the Quality. BROOK AND A STS. INCORPOnATKD DIo-mo- de halt-heart- Pre-Revie- w - '.. BLACK & BECKER PORTABLE ELECTRIC BRILLS Sizes 3-- 10 !' J to 7-- 8 ct CHILDERS Botk Phases 135 ELECTRIC CO. INCORPORATED 333 W, Mala Street ct , j 17 fKlH3kwitrtout B complete , I Had a Rudd Bath Did You? Gas GrateayGas Water Heaters, f.Gas . ! -- ,jrs -- . HeatersrEtc.f - theiia-stltutlo- 'INSTALLED AND 'REPAIRED -Plumbing and Gas 'Fitting. , , .it-'- (P - I - jiiit&yt oor.'al rwvmmw.i i. AUNM-twra- !??&? : it i-- - "r . 'A vu " CITY 1 1- John R. Dailey WO 9 r h - f ' x ?2Jv I "'- - ..,&,. fticra i ?Mrt.2 ' rT" ' ;.,? BC3B3SXrJQBT5r RELIABLE GU19E.F0R 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. IRISH JWMBmiOAJST. RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers ol 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, Frofetenl. HBJIBBRT JBNKlNS,Sec.ndTrM. BAZAR AND ENTERTAINMENT FOR THE BENEFIT OF MACARONI SPAGHETTI EGG NOODLES St. "Leo's Church, Highland Park Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday, December 16; 17 and 18 AFTERNOON AND EVENING. - "S PENDENNXS Inc. A. ENGELHARD & SONS CQ. REPAIRING WELDIN WEST BROADWAY VULCANIZING COv - INCORPORATED Expert Attention On Repairs On All Slakes of Cars SPECIALISTS ON FORD RETAKING ERNEST SMITH, Prop. 718 SOUTH SEVENTH ST., .LOUISVILLE, AUTO WELDING & REPAIR GO. Both Phones 2800 s GUARANTEED VULCANIZING Tuesday Afternoon Special Amusements for the- Children. Office and Workrooms Northeast Corner Seventh and Broadway ' Wednesday Afternoon and Evening Lotto. Homo Phono City 2C11 LouJuic, Kentucky Thursday Afternoon and EveningEuchre. day in the school house. Door prize of half barrel of flour SHULEIt AXLE Supper served each COMPANY MANUFACTURING . on Thursday evening. INCORPORATED St. Leo's Dramatic Club will produce a playlet each evening "The Purple Lady," Automobile, Motor Truck and Trailer Axles. ''Seal of Silence" and "Eggs For Breakfast " Management of Bryce Warner. GENERAL KS. TUrKlSlI BatnS Crescent Hotel -- Cleanse the System, Keep You Well. Prevent the Flu. Has the Most Sanitary, Effi cient Plant in America. GET PIT Health Is Your Greatest Asset KEEP FIT A Close Up View of ILLUSTRATED LECTURE BY 408 WEST WALNUT. THE SIGN OP QUALITY glghl'd 7418 A ome We Tailor Your Coat, Suit, Dress or SRirt COMPANY SIR ANTHONY MATRE LOUISVILLE, KY. OFFICES & FACTORY Local and Long Distance Phone JONES AND N STREETS Parkway 2 South 903 PLiTDASING INDrVIDUAI.ia?Y D MEGLEMRY-WAR3245, Main INCORPORATED C03 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE. or City. COMPANY East 180 KENTUCKY LAUNDRY CO. Incorporated 614-62- 3 Underbill St. Qeo. Dearborn Manager OullaUlC Two hundred and fifty slides showing the Catacombs and places made sacred by tt CUE121C the Apostles in the City of the Popes, including the Monuments and Ruins of Imperial to FATHER Rome. The great Church of St. Peter in detail. or MOTHER RESERVED SEATS 75c. ADMISSION 50c. XM.AS GLASSES will bring Pair of Windhorst Hall, Floyd and Magnolia, Thursday, Dec. 18, 8 PI M. Phones v E. TANN 008-01- DAIRY Incorporated. 0 ARTHUR A. WILL' ' BUILDER 8481 MONTG03IERY STREET- -" Home Phone Shawnee 1010 ". SOUTH WI5NZEL ST. OR. JOHN P. BECKER JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURE MOVING AND PACKER! 030 South Twemtf Sbrih Bt, Wert Mlt Shawnee 1986 -- OPTROMETRIST, 315 Starlm Bnildis. Thirk Floor Fourth and Wnlaat Flioie Citj 1180 BUY TOYS EARLY This enables you to select from a complete stock and get good service. Later on you cant gel either. ' LONG DISTANCE HAULING PRICES THE LOWEST fVU ya JVNT IJlZb " OLD HAT MADE TO LOOK LIKE NEW. FELT HATS CLEANED oU (AND REBLOCKEU, THE POUR BEST SELLERS IN KENTUCKY Blue Ribbon Twist O. IC Twist War Hawk Twist Dixlo Twist "Made Whcro Tobacco Grows." 76 Page Xmas Catalogue ,. FREE Hat Cleaning ana oiows- inE 0ur specialty. NATIONAL HAT CLEANING " WORKS cent3. ASK OR WRITE FOR IT. John D. Moore Tobacco Co. Incorporated .- - KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE General Offices 412 Lincoln Dull ding Cumberland Plione: Main 120. -- 30 Styles Automobiles from Velocipedes from Reed Doll Carriages. Albert Smltli, Prop. 533 WEST MARKET STREET Homo Phono. City 5161 .$7.50 to $50.00 $2.50 to $20.00 $3.50 to $20.00 Doth Phones 42GJ8 JOiiN B. O'LBAUY & CO. SAM iieaaquartera for CONTRACTOR FOR PROPERTY CITY AND FARM See us about anything ia real ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOMt estate. We selli buy and rent. 1815 S. Twonty-slxt- h St. 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. Home Phone' City 4464. Homo Phone Shawnee S68 BED POOLEY FOR MONEY. WM. P. BANNON Loans to those having regular incomes or salary, with no publicity jr red tape. Loans to housekeepers CONTRACTING PLASTERER m their personal security. Brook and Bloom F. R. POOLEY, Building, City 8380 1, Courler-J6urnHoom Cumb. S. 15I-415 8. Fourth Street. al Y L. ROBERTSON "SOUTHERN SLICED "All STAS" 1b BACON THE VERY BEST the City 3174 Mark Sales, Pres. jr,rC. Jacobs. Sec and Treas. LEAKY ROOFS CAN OLD MADE LEAK-PROO- F BB L. GRAUaiAN & CO. I 1 ISiiMiyr Airplanes, Guns, Soldiers, Battleships, Dolls, Steam Engines, Trains, Etc. Ready for Your Griddle MoralBg" HAMsxARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION Incorporated DEAD ANIMALS HIGHEST CASH CO. StfPBBIiASTXO Guaranteed Ten Tears Barrels 80 Cents Per Oalloa IOTERXATIONAI. COAT1NO CO. 649 SOUTH SECOND STREET Louisville. Ky Olty 3174 Incorporated Sealer Xa All Kinds cf Office and Store Fixtures, Bales, Caen Keglx- tars, Show Cases, Coasters, Bnelvlntr, Etc. 610 WEST MAIN STREET Home Phone. City 1838 1 !! mil J sggegP? "? Jfid JV EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS Home Phone Shawnee 801 - HENRY GOSS Tin Call Homo Cumb. Phone Main 721. LOUISVILLE OAMBLY PRICES PAID Phone City 721; CO. RENDERING SHOE J. M. BUCKNER TOBACCONIST NATIONAL HATTERS 325 DYERS Roofing, Guttering, Spouting Roofs Repaired and Painted Asphalt Shingles a Specialty 2011 W. Broadway. Louisville, Ky. WEST JEFFERSON STREET hi" AND CLEANERS BROS. STORES GLOBE WHOLESALE 06 West Mala Street Louisville, Ky. LUBOLINB Correct lubrication for all motors. old Doubles life of new cars. Improvesused ears. Select Pennsylvania crudo In Its manufacture. STATES GASOLINI3 ALL POWER In Uniformed and efficient service to all all eaaons: dally delivery service parts of city. STATES Oil. CO. Successor to Dojnestlo Oil Co. Monday Special-Suit- s Cleaned and Pressed for $1.25. Hat Blocked and Cleaned, BOc. CALL FOR AND DELIVER Home Phone, City 1931 WHEN IT'S YOORj All Kinds of Footwear Whole Family Two HAMBLY'S For the jr5jJvl luff 3psB ZOth Both F hones C" W .MOVE' Both Phones LET US KNOW I Local and lone distance moving wltli motor vans, i'urnlture. nacktntr and shipping. All work guaranteed. Es timates cneeriuuy zurnisnea iree 01 charge. A. ABNOSS & SONS AUCTZOJT & STOSAOB CO. IIP Belts ... 18tu and Magazine and Portland. Stores 312 West Jefferson Street Shaw. 1716 (Second Floor) City 7164 Home Phone City 2967. , SECURITY & LOAN CO. Incorporated. A. Lazar, Manager Money Advanced on Your Plain Note CHRISTMAS BANKING CLUB . THE JNO. P. MORTON & CO INCORPORATED ..1.1 START ONE THIS MONTH' WITH r- -i m WieCsssssssssssssssPlsssMl aLlP ssH South Louisville Bank Fourth and Central AvCnne Both Phones 2406 Established l20 Louisville. K"J i STATIONERS OFFICE OUTFITTERS PRINTERS (Incorporated) 425 West Mala Street "As Neat to You a tbc Neatest Phone" Make Your Selection Now All Goods Delivered On First Payment Suggestions For Men $18.50 up Watches Chains $1.50 up Emblem Rings $7.50 up Military Sets $5.00 ,up Cuff Buttons $1.00 up Cigarette Cases $4.00 up $3.75 up I RETJTLINGEB Adolph Reatllnger LIABILITY A 0 0. National Supply Company Incorporated Roofing and r Jrt FIRE INSURANCE TORNADO, AND If You Are an Employer And;Need a Girl Worker.l FUHfiRAL FLOWERS A SPECIAL SPRAY $3.00 A SPECIAL WREATH $5.00 OR A L 9 If You Are a Girl Worker And Need a Position City 3359 CALL US Main 3359 T T L E N O Women's Activities, HOP taJTW MTBUi National Catholic War Council We telegraph Flowpra (557 South Fourth St. East Side Fourth, Near Broadway. CAMILLE DETERT, Employment Bureau. ' WlltwWlf J Everywheri W Suggestions For Ladies Bracelet Watches . . .$12.50 Diamond Rings $15.00 La Vallieres $5.00 Toilet Sets $7.00 Umbrellas $6.50 Silverware, piece . . . $1.00 Vanity Cases PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET CALL US FOR Pitch, Coal Tar, Tarrcn Felto, Gravel Roofing (A Specialty). 121 W. Main Phones City 1250; Main 1400-- Y up up up up up up Oil and Grease FOR ALL PURPOSES Kentucky Consumers Oil Company Kentucky Louisville -..- PEOPLE'S PBOVXDEHT AMBOCUtJTfM Incorpo rated Was OtgaixtA WeUbaowa OIMssm to Hiika X, 9 AS 8 Ob JFarnltar and Othr Vstseaal it COLEMAN BUILDINO 8. B. COR. THIRD AND JKFFKRBON iowxst Proptty at BJLxsa Both Phones SII8 ! P. lAKlJoM. JR., Vlci Pnu and Trait. FINE GOWNS Exquisitely cleaned on short notice. A LITTLE 'EACH PAY DAY $1.50 up ! P. ' DIAMONDS Watches and A Word To Oitr Patrons earnestly request early shopping. BANNON Desiring to render our usual service to our patrons we Until further notice store hours will be 9 to 4. PIPE CO. f .f Men's Clothing Cleaned the government way. We know how! They come back to you sterile and clean. Lincoln Watch BRITISH TintEAT FOILED. Following Is the copy of a letter received by Cardinal O'ConnolI, 'of Boston, from the .Most Rev. William J. Walsh. ArchblBhop of Dublin, ,and given to the Irish Victory Advisory Committee. Fund It speaks for itself the attitude of the Archbjahop of Dublin, who writes: "Jtfy Dear Lord Cardinal: I desire to contribute 'a hundred guineas to the Irish, national fund inaugurated under the auspices of the elected body .known as the Dall .BIreann, our Irish Parliament. I can not J)ut think: that, as far as" ' are con .our people of Irish race cerned, ineir Knowieose 0f the 'fact that 'I had subscribed to the fnnd would .be of at .least as much help as, any mere money ctmtriDution of mine to it could (be. But "as matters now stand fn Ireland none of our new)?Ra,pers jlare publish the fqt that X 4ad subscribed. We are living under martial law, and amongst the numerous devices to which our present jBowrsmepi: has jhad Ja Jf 'QoJbjh,, U,aipta te eruiji jhe ,naHal spliflt fo- -- (Incorporated.) & Jewelry Co. ii i ! Jewelry FOR LBSS MONEY. 232 West Market Street OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS UNTIL 9:30 O'CLOCK. jlo Sawer and Calvert Pipe, BaBaea's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits, IWall Ceplag, Drain Tile, Vitrifled Irlc, flrTPfeelBrf, Flue Lining Fire BricllJ . Grate aad Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tejis. THIRTEENTH STREET. OEFICE 836-SOUTH ORKS-Thirtea- SIDNEY'S 308 "W. RockingH.C.LBoat Our service helps to knock the bottom out of cost of clothing. Jefferson St. v TRY yffisk fZJLrv&B'PflLts -- DYEING Your light colored garments can be dyed by our method, which gives them that newheis and freshness so desired by well dressed people. "THE WENRY PILL THAT WILLV TV ONLY V t C MKHR, They work like a charm. to satisfy-- or Eyeft iWok, your money refunded. For Sk by Yaur Druggist' in 2 cwit packages. l$ SWISS Gleaners & Dyers by aa Saoatioa taat win is tho issuing of sundry mili- I lBnatod 'the competent military autary orders. Jn one of these they thority.' All thlB has had its nat- - ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE !frHri H Assnul''HII Sc!ttifici JmM have given notice to thqf editors or ural effect tho driving of disaffec- Or. Uriah L Lltsiy 1U W. Sroaaway, toiOarlll, X7. 'maniifrflra nf mil nnnnlof nutDona. tion fiom underground pers tjf the effect,, that the ,fafe of no less natural result that with the Conducted br the X&verlaa Brothers Ciiirwyedict disaffecTlfiaifn&aiSi QnIIIA i1 tany newspaper von'turlng to jjblish tion finds an outlet in crime. The Manalntt Pre9aratorv Departmeatt'Lra; bourses. 507 name of any contributors to the 'competent: military authorities' do Swlmmlnc Pool. Well Bqulppa Oymaa- the Starka moderate. lund, or the amount contributed, not seem to realize that there Is no lum. Ttrnu Beajamio. Mr. Bedldlaa will be immediate suppression. jfBBBVBBmsafSBfaBBfBhJBfBBSJIBJBV possible remedy, for this lamentable Beth Pbe.--es "I of course am well aware of state of things so long as the source tho .Jeep personal interest that of all the evil, the present military 4tJ..Ittl.tJJ.IlJ,l,ll.4,4.4.ti'H Home Plione 25G0 'TW.VTWW..W. 'Your Eminence lakes in our Irish rule in, Ireland, is maintained." The letter bore the signature of national affairs "and the powerful ;i Louis A. help that you have given, to our Archbishop Walsh and his check D. D. S. people in their effort to secure their for the ,hundred pounds sterling. rightful control of the government of their own country, d truetthat .SOBER MORNING AFTER. Your Eminence will not consider it 900-90- 1 "a Misplaced confidence .on my part STARKS BUILDINO. "We generally permitted ourselves "that l 4el assured pf your 'Wllling- - tojhope. if to exnect. that Beace .ness to come 10 my aia Dy neiping i would automatically brteg in a year rns to tnnVft Itnnwn in Amanita tha pi juDiiee," says tn Boston Globe, 10c jfact of my subscription to the Dall "but It ha brought Instead a year uuireaan tunu. I'reeaom or tne of JumWe." The Globe did not eveh' Hr jroar otteie9af mti atb CUMB. MAIN 307. PHONES CITY and Breoklurldg and Nloth aad B73-178- M2HHa. Z CORNS.BUNIONS -- WmumSSmtm -- I SMOKE Lady Dash Little A J. 5c Broring, nt ITARPY'S f Best Cigars ' DENTIST . FRED ERHAiRT ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING Phones 2207 ' Office 617 Fourth Av. Plant 909 S. Sixth St. ' ,re Mor 'press, ,the right 4of publte msetlag, hint at the iumbo of 'the" 'jumble, but1 the rlelit nf i ran rial HUartv tkit me voters of Tleht of trial hv inrv. tin liuuur la the late eletlonuoertain-l- y exist in this country axeavt la iso passed the hlat on to Wsuffcinctan. mr. h t"y jk exist UDjeei,,wvee They say .that J. Sharp Wlrllams looked veiy sofew "Mrt morateg Massa-chmset- ts -- R(WV T , i "t - ' i 2. iHl.t Hade! , : W. Confer Fourth and Jtffsrswi , ' l.. ytc. ".. . FZ? ' ' jmsBrrxjoBre ffl . -N- CORPOR ATED li,alfc4- - We dive anil Redeem Surety Coupons. m i J0, 3l Duul i Hi xiexasx AJsaa&mr&Ai: ) The I Herman sraus We Qlve sons l Trading-Stamps- ,' Latest J and Redeem Qo!d . A Splendid Showing Of ; ALL AROUND AND ABOUT THE BASEMENT ARE THOUSANDS OF COSEY TOES .,,. .m Mat thnro will be few things that will "flt lln" r X more appropriately or that will bo more acceptable than a pair of x " "Cosoy Toes," tho restful footwear. felt and designed to fit Mnrfn nt iiiTiirinnn noft foot, they aro bo warm and comfortable snugly orery cxrve of tho . - -- -, v. u " to sup into in mo ovoumjs. range of Blzes Is ample. whllo tho selection and sun-bleach- ed Best vV ICHRISTMAS1T0YS Germ-proSlate Boards, with easel $1.00 Plush Dolls; special 45c Eight-Ke- y Pianos 00c Child's Chair; natural fiinlsh. of v"5t Bra fHffiHU For Father, Mother, Sister, Brother, Wife, Sweetheart or Friend. . Thcso arc shown In all of tho popu f fti 1 Lf I ECHHRSaB'B i ' Sewing Machines Cabinet Writing Desk' Type .7Cc We have a large variety of Celluloid Rattlers; values up to 36c; special 22o Celluloid Rolo Dolls; made in Japan; 25c slzo; special for Monday 18o Child's Breakfast Sots; consist ot plate, cup and saucer; special aao Dolls' Stockings; pair Sc Ironing Boards S8o Floor Chimes 23c -'- prices 91.75 to $2.75 v WOSIEN'S JULIETS These havo fur and ribbon trimmings, the bo leather soles and heels, and may apt had In allprices staple colors $1.75 to $2.45 MEN'S COSEY TOES 'With kid chromo soles and leather soles and heels; tho colors aro brown, gray and black nrlccs S2.00 to 83.25 TOES Leather soles and heels, and also kidBOYS' COSEY enrome Boies; inu tuiuiu mu s per pair 81.75 MISSES' COSEY TOES In kid chromo and also with leather soles and heels; the colors aro red, pink, light bluo and old rose; also Children's Cosey Toes prices 81.45 to 81.75, InINFANTS' COSEY TOES A dainty warm Httlo slipper to case tho feet ot "tho dearest baby In tho world." They havo soft sizes 2 felt soles, and aro shown In pink, blue and old rose; per pair to 5 81.25 WOMEN'S COSEY TOES wu"" iy w Electrically Driven i The Stocks in Gift Department Are Really Things of Beauty Dinner Chimes Shinning Outfits Corn Forks Japaneso Dustors Incense Sets Coasters Medlcino Glass Covers HOW MANY TIMES HAVE YOU WISHED you had a icwing 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 w&y seldom, used and good for nothing but sewing. NOT SO $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 50c 25c Engagement Books $1.00 Soap Bdlbs'PIpes 50c Mahogany Candlesticks . . ,25c Mahogany Candle Lamps, g0o U. S. and 75c THE ELECTRIC CABINET TYPE, iS)etiBee Bank Tanks 35c Sowing Baskets, 75o to $5.00 Candy Jars $1,00 up Both riioncs 1023 Auto Delivery T SHOE SECTION BACON'S SECOND FLOOR. 3 HERE IS A PIECE OF FURNITURE YOU'D BE PROUD TO HAVE most any place in the house a cabinet writing deik with the sewing machine invisible when not in use and instantly JOHNM. MULLOY 212 WBST MARKET STREET. available when needed. HIGH GRADE COFFEE Baking Powder Kxtract, partube Plo Filling Egff Mitt (20 eggs for Coffee lb... w Ten, lb. Coco, lb ., READING BY LAMPLIGHT Aro you equipped so that you can employ the evening hours to'tbe beat advantage? See us if the glare of electric lights causes you annoyance or if you get a headache from attending the movies. Superior Deep Curve Lenses, with any mounting . ..$4:.BO case and cord completo 756 .Extra Superior Shelltex Rims Wo' fill your oculist's"precription or duplicate yonr old lenses. No charge for examination. See them in our display rooms of course. reasonably priced easy terms, ,..., 80c to $1.23 40e 30c te .. OOo 40c to OOo I. 2G) Louisville Gas Main 2182 & Electric Co. City 2182 300 25e 25o XHCORPORATMD 311 West Chestnut Street Telephones mm "Seeing tsBaltovrna MEN TRY US $1.50 TWO-PIEC- E SUITS THREE-PIEC- E HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Fait Week General News Notes. " KNICKTS OP COLUMBUS SUITS $1.75 WE ARE RESPONSIBLE. BEST SERVICE IN THE CITY. JJ S. Fourii Ave. LouisviUclQf Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else- - , - .where. Puis Cleaning and Dyeing' Co. INCORPORATED A professional mansuccessful lawyer 2 before his death some years Said "Had I have let cheap'and wildcat securities alone and turned my money over t a Trust Company to manage for me I would be very much better off." Think of this, Mr. Doctor, Lawyer Preacher and Teacher Fidelity and Columbia Trust Co. Columbia Building Capital and surplus for yonr protection tVyVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVyy mm fc SOJPWOWS UUtvUI - WASHING Woolens, Silks, Georgette, Crepe do Chine and All Dainty Materials. ' YOUR GROCER HAS IT. R BY fta a MAGIC-HELLE- INCORPORATED A '' ITOIfc ft A Fourth and Main $2,850)000.00 SOAP WORKS j AAA A AA kkAA HARYEY-JELL1- C0 COAL CO. (INCORPORATW The Company With th? Coal and the Service. Famous Black Joo Lump Cotl from Eastern Kentucky, $7.00 per ton delivered; $0.00 per ton at ynrds. Yards located at Fifteenth and Magnolia. Yard at First and A. Yard and Elevator, Popo and Payno Streets. Both Phones at All Yards. Where the QuicR Meal Comes In ( bright Wsere the work to lightest; Where the (seal la ,eeokl beet Where the range eUmds --JTbet'a WHere tke Wliere work' la tpaidklj dose; Where' real tan; light; eooklsg nwirnu de- Wliere baking give "Qlek Meni" where eomes the Where drudge le cmt ef sight That's where tht "Qoiek Meal" eoeaer te. Qhfc HmI $m RmIm Sld. ImU!1I and JIIihlyK GEHE 1 LJj, C pON, ,w. - ewlei MARKET IT Ladles' Auxiliary 4 of Indianapolis has eloctcd Miss Maria Dugan, an earnest worker, as its President for 1920. One of tho niagnlficent windows for St. Patrick's church at Imogene, Iowa, was tho gift of the Ladies' Auxiliary. Mrs. Mary McGrady was elected President by Ladies' Auxiliary 8 of Indianapolis at tho regular meeting last week, which was well attended. Jerry O'Grady was elected President and will direct the affairs ot Division 3 of Indianapolis for tho next term. A smoker followed tho council, election. A big class initiation for the After diligent work another largo three divisions at St. Joseph, Mo., class will receive the degrees toTelephone 1022 morrow at Morris, Minn. Tho class Tho takes placo next Thursday". 0 B. CHESTNUT LOUISVILLH, KB, campaign has ended with gratifying last month was so largo it had to bo divided. results. The minstrels ot tho Ladies' Aux, Washington Knights aro planning iMWHwmmvMHmuuuiuwutt to bdild a new homo. .Committees iliary at St. Joseph, Mo., was an In? HOME PHONE 88 UUilUlJUUUUIll iMAllH U(lmy teresting event, and as an appre- BAKKRY AND CONFKCTIONEItY have been named to preparo plans young peoplo were tenciation the and to select a suitable site, and tho ICE CREAM M'F'It'S. flvo councils will act Jointly. dered a dinner dance by Mrs. John Downey, County President, and Miss Tho eighty-tw- o 1101 South Seventh Street new members JUno Hannan, Division President. initiated into Now Albanv Council Phone City 6574 An occasion long to be remem last Sunday were guests of honor bered by tho ten Indianapolis divisat a social session Thursday night, ions of tho Ladles' Auxiliary was stand the business. They are L. C. when refreshments woro served. tho quarterly Joint initiation in St. Blanton, President; John A. Welch, Tho initiation ot 1,100 candidates, Joseph's HalL when seventy-fiv- e Manager, and Tom Mooro, Jr., of whom 800 aro men, now members wore received Into was held in tho Hotel La Salle, ChiTVTaarrV the order with impresslvo ceremocago, following which a banquet was nies. IID3ERNIAN OFFICERS. served to 1,600 of tho order. This A visit from Miss Ada K. Gannon is tho largest class ot candidates to Imogene, Iowa, as the guest of Tho annual election of officers for over initiated by tho Knight3 of tho Ladles' Auxiliary, was an occa- Division 4, A. O. H., was held at sion of great pleasuro to the Bertrand Hall Monday evening and Flvo new members were TRINITY COUNSIL ELECTION. the following were Miss Gannon was pre- for tho year 1920: chosen to serve and a gold rosary as a token sented with Trinity Council, Y. M. I., held its President S. J. McElllott. of esteem. Vice President Patrick Connolly. annual election of officers and seThe Ladies' Auxiliary ot Indian- . Financial Secretary T. J. .Lan lected tho following: Chaplain, Rev. 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, apolis adopted resolutions at the gan. J. A. O'Grady; President, Jos. M. County Board quarterly meeting re iieiie; Kirat vlco President. John A. Recording , Secretary L. D. spectfully asking Congressman Mer Meaney, Osterholt; Second Vice President, T. M. Davin; Recording Secretary, rill Moores, of that district, to sup Treasurer John F. Burko. port with voice and vote the Mason Sergeant-at-ArmEdward Byrne. John Collins; Financial Socretary, John L. TImmel; Corresponding resolution, ,now before the Foreign Sentinel M. J. McDermott. Affairs Committee of Congress, askStanding Committee T. P. Kee-ga- Secretary, J. H. Oehlor; Treasurer, PEX02VJ3S. ing for the recognition by the GovF. J. Mooney, John T. Hogan, Wm. F. Kruse, Jr.; Marshal, A. J. X Climb. Mala 2008-- a ernment of the United States of the Michael Welsh, John C. Dorsey. Dlttmeler; Inside Sentinel, John J. Home City 200S Murphy; Outside Sentinel, R. J. independence of the Republic of H-M I Anger; Executive Committee, C, E. Ireland. ANCIENT' ORDER ELECTION. Mueller. J. L. Sullivan, E. Luvlsl, L. T. Eberle and V. K. Ecker. BLUE GRASS GARAGE OPEN. New Albany Ladles' Auxiliary of Hibernians, the APPOINTED CHAPLAIN. "Yours for service" is the slogan whichAncient Order of took a very active part in ot the Blue Grass Garage. The Rev. Joseph Neesen. formerly located in the old Armory buildlngn war work during the past three on Seventh street, between Chestnut years, held an enthusiastic meeting paBtor of Holy Trinity church, but ior tne past six years engaged in and walnut. This building has last weeK. wnen tue ionowing fireproof space for 250 oars and the were ehoeen for the ensuing missionary work in Europe, has AL.SS. SMITH, JPROP. been appointed chaplain for the Sismen in charge night and day have f firm ters ot the Good Shepherd Convent Atz, President. Mrs. Catherine had years ot experience In this Miss Anna Richard, Vice Presi- at Eighth and Madison streets, sucwork. Cars are washed and stored ceeding the Rev. G. A. Vantroosten-berghand one'' gieat advantage of this dent. who died last July. Since garage is that all the space is on Mrs. Charlie Smith, Treasurer. the ground floor. There is a mod- 'MIm Majstae Burke, Recording Father Van's death the Paulonists have attended this convent. For a erate charge for theater storage of secretary, SBOTH PHONESSIO.. was held a ears, the garage is open at all hours Miss M$b0 Richards, Finanoial time Father Neesen prisoner by the German foreee and prteee asked rn more than rea- Secretary. and health. He sonable. Th officer ot this com- Mr. M&JFijB. tMl' - suffered impairment of wm weieom f SOUTHEAST CORNER, SIXTH AND ZANE STS, ms many men as who trw-atjany are well known q4 popular JHHk'.!!,- went, l hie return to the Louisville diooeee. 4 ftUmaB, who UwrKfthiy under- - Arrtw. ed. SACRED HEART ACADEMY,, John Langan is laid up ovith a threatened attack ot plfeurisy. 1' TTranltn .Soardtaff ud 37 School John E. Brflwno, a veteran mem- Tbe 3Tor Slrls and Toasg Woat ber of tho order, is on- tho sick list. Popular John B. Coffey was re- CBESOEHT KX&S, lOtTIBVHiS, XT. elected President ot Division 1 ot Portland, Qro. High Moral and Intellectual Stand Mark J. Ryan, Vice President of ards. Catalogue Sent Free. Address: Secretary, Sacred Heart Acadeaar, Division 4, is recovering rapidly 3115 Cherokee Drive, from his recent illness. - - KENTUCKY LOUISVILIJB T. J. Langan, Stato Treasurer, finds it impossible to sidestep jobs where a good financial man is need JOHN B. RATTERMAN - Tho order has now about 24,000 Both Phone 2635. 421 W. Chestnut St. members in Iowa. , More than 71,000 K. of C. mem bers fought in the great war. Tomorrdw another largo class will bo initiated by Price Hill Council at For Your Savings U. S. Government Protection. Cincinnati. A large class ot soventy-flv- o will More Bank Accounts, representing 100,000 peoplo with a total receive tho degrees at Hamilton. deposit of than 35,000 $10,000,000, more than is the monument of confidence built by tho Ohio, on December 21. people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. Iowa towns seeking charters Include Lawler, Whlttemore, Pocahon- UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND tas, Spencer and Colfax. Now councils, aro to bo establish ed at Albia and Fonda, Iowa, and charters are now ponding for Osslan FUNERAL DIRECTOR and Denlson. With everything sot for tho occa2114 WEST MARKET STREET, sion, soventy-flv- o candidates wore 1529 WEST MARKET STREET . presented for Initiation last Sunday Phones Shawnee 2243. Cumberland at Barbcrton, Ohio. West 1107a. At Indianapolis last, night the Right Rev. Bishop Chartrand addressed tho Fourth Degreo Assembly, for whom he had a special message. City 3SC9. Mala 3SC0-Terre Haute Knights assembled in large numbers at St. Patrick's Funeral Directors church to receive holy communion in memory of tho dead in thoir r ' f HARRY B. DRIVER, President. ' LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK ld THOMAS KEEN AN ..UXJJVEJiI DIRECTOR.. H.B0SSES0N and Embalmers. 7. " D. L. DirectorBAX Funeral and Embalmer mnnn. FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. .... 717-71- J J. BARRETT'S 50NS su, Eamt fewwwwwwwwwmwwwwMwiwww &2SS mom-ber- s. H'l'l"IllHrt'fri"MlH''l' mi DOUGHERTY & MeELUOTT s: Funeral Directors and Embalmers! BOTH n, H'H""W"t't"H te -- GRAN W. SMITH'S SON Director iwtWQmmuintnitttwtMi and. Embalmer iMHHUIKimil HH am-ce- nt e, funeral -- - ---' !, j A 7