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Market iMritto, KENTUCKY 25. form ot government; the similarity between Erin's cause and that of America In 177.C; whether Iroland today is not comparable to Belgium under tho Germany army of occupa- IRSH AMERICAN lot poverty. ' learn ahnvn happiness "in I WTH WHITS TAXI UNJC Hrerjr Brirer a Bseert. iMktHfe Taritt 1 TraMftr . 800 incorporated VOLUME XLIH.-'N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAIfDECEMBER 20, 1919. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Possibly Mr. Solligman was chosen to mako this request instead of Chairman Paul Burllngamo, bocauso of the fact that tho former could PROTESTANT, I HAVE HOPE - ' - ' a control his feelings better than Burtion: and: llngamo, as the latter might have to acres and "is it not a fact that Irish Indo laugh in Smith's faco .when he asked of Ireland Challenge the pendence has had for Its most dls- Social must learn Convention Delegates Havo No for nearly ?p,000,000, most ot Hotr a Missing American Soldier ' "PJuWied leaders in the past con- the duty of Christ helpfulness which was to bo spent on a lot of Visiting Delegation Front Voice in Naming Presidential tury and a half Irishmen who wero Pope Leo towards those in' Was Found for His German and conductors masnnr ni inn :nr nniin n r ntin XIII. has briefly. Ulster. World. this bbll- Choice.- querading as policemen. Neither 'J61 Mother. ration In his cluslvo evidence that the sectional ."Tho of tho abovo gentlemen or Chlot Condition of the1 lasaes." uivimuu 01 ireianu is nut uu inu Petty, of tho Koystono cops, havo Ho says: "Whoevi basis of religious belief." received f volunteered to stntn thnt irith nm. a largo Colored Republicans Men Still Rcfuso to Walk Ways from tho Divine hibitlon hero tho police forco could QnetIon of Ireland's Rights a Polits. Forco Machine bo share of tompgral whether CATHOLIC BOY SCOUTS. cut nbout 100 men, or a savln Ucr Christmas Mado Happy -- Whea muy uo maier.Mii ical and Not Religious oral, or That Lead to Individual to Name Colored Men to mono oi ?x4u,uuu annually. Another Overseas Director Larkia gifts of the mind, IvhiI thnm Another troop of Boy Scouts was saving would bo to quit furnishing Ono. Happiness. Office. for tho .nurnoM?n them for Cables Nows. mvvura formed this week In Holy Cross parior mo Jtcystoners to tho perfecting of fa' nature, smash up, three being put out ot d ish, Broadway and anu at mo same that .he, may condition In three straight days this street. Tho pastor, Rov. Celestine amnloy them!, steward ot week, or a batting average mvn nhnrcrn V V.1W moHaf v Visiting "Ufstcrites Represent Party Rrnv 01 ... 0v nf thn ....... tn Why tho Pcaco of Christ Docs God's Prlvidence,m and Administration What nn nwfitl pnnnllnn of 1,000. Ilans Wcdemann Happiest be benefit of Near Mayor iitn ,h Eugeno Bergeron, who has beon sent Platoon others." Tolled Only Twenty- Not Yet Abldo In city must havo to pay whon you .That Drop Mask of Lower Taxes out uy tuu nuuuuui utitiiuuc war Sergeant Today la Camp r . Tho value o tb is of nov-buu tuu unormous numoer or police Council to organize Boy Scout troops Society. Vote and Economy. latftUght machines running about tho town, in tho Catholic 'parishes in this city. Jackson. by the Infant 3V accounted nnd they" do say that every ltttlo On Tuesday evening tho troop was by all thinking it. the high- two by four Republican politician mustered, tho boys from twelve est consequence real social gets his gasoline at tho expense of recoivlng DE VALERA WELCOMES DEBATE years up selecting their badge and THE LESSON OF ST. FRANCIS. progress. Prof, 'James says FIRE DEPARTMENT WRECKED, tne taxpayers. card and the leading scout. AT CAMP JACKSON of "povorty:1' " e sees tho Speaking of tho Board of Safety, The members of this congregation wav In which ting enters hero's a Bamplo of that "efficiency" aro very enthusiastic about tho afas an ideal Into tt r'bono and nnd "reward of merit" you hear tho fair, remembering that "Onco a it one won-- r Thn tarn nt thn naWli hna nnt vat marrow of mif Mm The invitation to join in a gener- scout, always a scout," and knowing Herald talk about. In tho past fifA meotlng dcra whnthnr a vrM Tho happiest Platoon Sarcoant In the belief the Republicanof Gov. Morrow and teen years those familiar with tho al discussion of the Irish question tho fine principles that aro Incul- boon renewed, tho dawn of blessed machine bosses is local firo department that poverty is a rellelous h has been extended to, the commis- cated by tho scout Ideals and meth- peace has not yet broken over tho vocation mav tuat Infantry at Camp rated Matt tho the snlrlt. scheduled to bo held in Louisvlllo Heffernan, of tho No. 2 company, sion representing tho Protestant ods. A troop has also been estab- - whnlo wnrlfl. thrt anna nf mnn hnvn ual s. roform whkliu time stands tonight, and tho story has been and John Fitzgerald, of tho No. 10 jacKson, Twoc, today is Hans newschurches of Ireland, recently arrived Itflhnri nt St. Vlnonnt dn Pmil'n not yet tasted tho swcot fruits of mhot In nnnrl If ' months ago the glvon out that tho purpose of tho company, as tho two best cnglnoors papers In America, by tho Protestant church, with Ben Moullor as troop thn TiArlnrl nf thn unlvnrflnl firnthnr. told tho story of how the Tho Cathnlle' then1 a meetingwas to distribute haVf in tho flro department, and overy Friends of Ireland, with headquar- mnflinr. "rnnns nrn nsn nn np nr hood. Strlfo and angry quarrels, tho Knights opt to snroatl ters at tho Hotel Commodore. Tho ganlzed at St. Augustine's and St. mutual distrust and envy still sepa- - splendid belonging to the State ad- Chief from Major Hughes to dato quested" of Columbus had been reFjChrlst," and ministration. Ttrhn ahnnlrl hn itn4tnrl In abroad "the ci rntA ttiAan to find Sergt. Wedomann discussion, if arranged, will take BrJgld's. - frtr at This is partly true, has testified to their worth. Tho to 1 and prog- when his mother wrote a letter apnthnr tnv TTnffnrnnn nnd lPli.rvnni placo Jn Carneg(o Hall. Tho letter the bonds of gracious fellowship. resrfwdrkstory leaks out that ,by learnf agaln tho but tho purpose of tho meotlngthe wero reduced to tho ranks and tho pealing to tho "Casey" organization sent by the Protestant Friends ot But who will say that men do not principal is SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT. bb" from to mako arrangements to give long more earnestly today thau ever Practice of the Ireland to the commission says: Boss stjiry was given out that thoy had from her llttlo homo on tho Elms the. Infant Savfon iiristmas still Hert tho Republican dolegatlon before for the ndvent of that glori- ha the' "We hereby extend to you an into iuuuu in nn examination or 100 Cuttelerstrasso, Hamburg, Gorman. Tho pupils of St. Patrick's school ous era whe.n hatred 'Same l$r Hitting vitation to bo our guests at a public and social, bittho National Republican convention, nnngtlnnu nrnnnnn.lnrl 1v 1M.... nuui Mrs. Wfulnmnnn tnld hnm ahn hnrl will take part in a Christmas enter- terness will bo forgotton, and when sago alter tweee, And and ho meeting In Carnegie Hall, where the voto the dolegates for Neunschwander. To show you what not heard from hor boy, who was an oniy the. the Christ f.nurrlnn willthn ProaMnntlil nnntnot ' truth thnrn In in thn Inttnn .i.i.. American soldier stationed in the entire question may bo fairly pre- tainment to bo given In tho school out of the discontent and confusion child, wue,n snlrlt in thn once more Tho twentv-sli- r sented. Wo aro sure you will agree hall, Sixteenth and Market streets, ot tho times shall rise tho city ot rolsrna in th twulrf rinlncrntna frnm Tfnnl ment thn Kontiirkv Trfah Atnnl.fin Canal Zono, for sovoral years. Among ..men shall tuoky will have no more volco at challenges tho Chief and tho Board me many mousanu persons attracted with us that it is highly desirable tomorrow evening, and the pro- peaco and a leaguo of nations dedithoro come the re( ilness to all tho convnntlnn that' this political question be not gramme will consist of recitations, cated to the welfare and elevation mo worm. thnn thnt mnm. of Safety to deny or ufllrm if such by tho story was Miss Isabel Becker, made a mattor of bitter religious chorus singing and an operetta. The ot mankind. Antf why is it that dummies, and tho Louisville Herald an examination was held and what of Cypress Hills, Brooklyn. Miss controversy. Your acceptance ot latter Is a Christmas play and among men today, after so many abortive WT tries 10 ease me conscience or tho questions theso men fulled to an- Becker, after reading the sad plight this invitation will help assure the the characters taking part are such attempts to inaugurate that day of delegates by saying that tho Re- swer. Now, Mr. Burllngamo, yon Of tho German Wrtmnn. pnrrnnnnnrlnd public that tho time Is past whon a notables as Santa Claus, Jack Frost, universal pcaco and harmony, after publican party has no favorite in aro a great believer In printers' ink with a soldier whom she knew was Snow Flakes, Frost Sprites and sim- so many sanguinary wars, still havo question of political race, nut tno Her- and advertising, hero's your oppor- siauoneu nt Pannma and requested flaVHaHBaBaSaSli, H tne a Very Rov. J. P. hopes of tho promised period when ABTaaTaTafaTaTaVaDHBKaABfKrH out If can bo mado dependent on re- ilar characters. It ald failed to add that it would bo tunity. was might bo added that him to And lorntnd Sorgt. Wcdemann "SBBBBBBBHBBJSJISJSJBkII Attar, a ligious faith. You will of courso Cronan, V. G., the pastor, will de men shall beat their Bword3 into thnrn so much criticism over Was Rtlll useless for tho party to havo a thoro nnderstand that In tho meeting wo liver an address, and Rev. Father plowshares, and that they will conchoice. fiR thn nhnnalnn will hn rfnnn tno rarlllRtfnn nf thnen mnn thnt short delay, duo to tho long distance 'tHSJEflBTaTaTaTaYaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTarH St? propose wo desire opportunity to ex- Martin, assistant nnntnr. wlin irna fidently await tho coming of tho nf thn Tnnr-muiia iiuvii 10 travel to tno uanai and It rumored ho of Kirwnn. l4bw'iMBnPillSsBHHVn by Mr. Hert, promised 13Gov. Lowdon JoaAldermen, Prnnldnnta howl, apd tho Zone, Miss Becker received an anpress our own point of view as well nn overseas chaplain, will tell of time sot up has already as to afford your representatives "Christmas, 1018, in Franco." Prof. "When tho to deliver Kentucky into his camp. Board of Underwriters aro kicking swer to hor reply. Tho letter stated throbs no ample opportunity to present tho Leo A. Schmltt will accompany tho like a, steer ns they seo tho flro de- that Wedomann had been translonger But tho principal feature of messago which has brought them to musical numbers. ferred to h And tho battle-fla- g is furled; meeting in regard to tho dis- partment being wrecked. Wondor Infantry, Company M, at Camp Jackson. She In the parliament of nations, America." tribution of patronago is that Jho if one. of the questions asked by Neunscnwander was, Did you put turned tho information over to the PETITION TO POPE. President Eamonn Do Valera, of The federation of tho world?" colored Republican leaders havo up for tho Republican campaign Knights of Columbus Committee on tho Republic of Ireland, greeted the It is becmiRft nlnetnn-- rnntnrlna served notice on tjio Republican maWar Activities and tho soldier was A petition to tho Pope signed by ago tho "Star rose out of Juda" and UlBter Unionist Council with a chalchine boefces that tho colored broth- fund? lenge to debate tho Irish question more than 100,000 Catholics of Now hecnilKn thn Prln nf Vnnna nnrl tlio It's er MUST bo served at tho plo coun- poor downright amusing how tho located. before an American audlenco. Tho York City has been presented to Expected of Nations camo t6 dwell ter. The Kentucky colored Repub- by1 old Louisvlllo Herald is forced ot "I suro do appreciate tho Interest thq administration in an attho nowupapors in assisting the President put nine pointed Interro- Archbishop Hayes to be forwarded among tho children of men." Tho licans used tho inauguration of tempt great promise He hold out to JJliem gations to tho visiting delegation to Rome. Morrow to gather in large numbers nnlilip. to hypnotize and fool tho Knights of Columbus to locate me," Bi fML"' fcjBHSrfwlBjMMSMi intn hnllnwlnr. thnt tho Tr.. said Wedomann. whn hnn Imnn oi Tho presentation was mndo by of a new day of gladness and worldand suggested that a wholly ProtesSBBBf gfL at Frankfort, nnrl thnv hnlrl a llttln tant American commission bo named W. Bourko Cockran, In tho pres- wide harmony has Indeed not yet Convention of their own, the story stono cops aro real pollcomen, and vanced from a prlvato to Sergeant u to lnvestlgato and roport on the ence of sovoral thousand persons, been realized." But It is not owing Infantry. f which linn illnt Innlrnrl mit nn,t piung mis iino it is especially no- wun mo a sBS9saBBBSBSBsBBSBSBsW9BBHw truth of Erin's cause. Far from ap- who crowded In and about tlio to tho falluro of tho Prince ot Peace ticeable when Gen. Pershing or "Back in 1917 I was Informed by y Js giving the machine some" 'other person pearing discouraged at the arrival church of St. Jean Baptlsto,' Seventy-si- to bring tho gifts and blessings of famo or note Ono Of mv frlomin whn Itvnd considerable worry. Tho Colored of the Unionist clergy. Do Valera xth street and Lexington avoniio. needed by men (o rebuild tholr sonBaaaBaBBaBlBBlBaBlBixBlBlL Civic ,artW Pnlitinnl T.nnrrnn vma MMjL- corner to town. The poor reporters don that my poor jlmother had; died fjmiAtfwl w!4fa irtrn are forced to call on tho person ot uunua mo war. Tho petition asked .that a degree cial order and to 'establish the era nau written to smilingly assorted that ho was pleasiTAlitMina ftv. iluf- - famo and, inquiro what do you her several tlmnq. hut thn mail ni of tho Eucharlatlc hearrof Jesus bo of Christian fellowship. ed nt 'their 'ccnilng,- - adding: " mrxmmsnaKsmmgammB9Bmmmmi " t? ji. . . . "Delighted Is tho best way to No, men themselves aro to blame. conferred on tho church. If tho deow. ;ways camo back. It is going to be our" feelings. This Is ono ot gree Is conferred, tho church will bo They refused, and many still refuse, tho Ronublican nartv and morn everyone knows that a stranger 01 " ""- - .wawuiH U, U1 auiu ,11119. tho greatest things that could have tho, only ono in tho United States to walk tho ways that lead to inequality for tho colored man in guest can not get away from saying nappeneu ror us. wow wo will not possessing such honor. dividual happiness and to social Kontucky. A fight on tho Jim Crow iiint moy nro airigur, or look al- lyn (Miss Beckorl wrnto tn me, have to do all our lighting at a The Rev, J. Letollior, pastor of peace and progress. They preferred, Tho following day about tho newspapers printing a law and equal treatment with tho right anyway. 3.000-m!I- o range. Wo will have tho church, in an address, asked and still prefer, to listen to tho whites in hotels, restaurants and the Herald will camo out in flaring letter from my mother and I Immethe personal contact which will got Archblshon Hnwl tn dn nil fn lila voice of angry passion, to prldo and telling how tho famous diately sent her word of my wherepublic places aro the principal fea- neamine3 person Bald tho Louisvlllo pollco abouts. I havo been in tho army all us Bomowhcro without loss of time. power to havo tho petition granted. Hist nnd avnricn. Thn almninr,io tures, next to a division of tho wero blessed with the vision ot What wo seek most Is tho ven"la- Father Lotellier.sald ho hoped the who uuruiB mo war ana under tho Stnto nnd city Re- wore all "hunky dory" onsomo such discharged on May 1 expect to be 27, after sovea tlon of our cause. Truth Is mtchtv- - degree will bo conferred as an act mo giory or tlio first Christmas publican administrations. A step in pollto bull. Then Ches Searcy and ye3rs of service. What am I going and must prevail. All of us wel- - of thanksgiving for what, thn T.nrd teach us how wo may gain the tho latter direction has already been Chief Potty's press agents get toenmn mrdlnllv thn nrrlvnl nt mi nn- - has donO for tho mon in thn nrnrp priceless crrnnnn nml nrlvllniraa n issuo a book "Facts" to do? Well, I'm so iw and tho friends of Phil Brown, ....i"iKMHHKL,MJj madocolored politician, of Hopkins-vill- gether andsuch campaign ofdocument don't know just now. happy I really pononts, and wo hopo that an op- - and navy during tho war. Ho said mo iMuuvny 01 mo .Liora giirlst. or somo First I am tho saying that tho famous visitor or going to speed across tho ocean and ijunumi.v win uo uuorueu to tarnsin the petition had been signed by per- They wero meh "of good will." Thoy GEN. JOHN PERSHING bonst thnt ho selected two out tho whole subject. Whether my sons In every walk ot Ufa in tho had cast out of their hearts envy visitors said Louisvlllo had a won- get my mother and bring her to this Internes for tho Louisvlllo City Pleased With Louisville and Jeffer- Hospital challenge will bo accepted I have greater city. and hatred and It's a great wonderful country, where I feol sho Thoy this past week Dr. Grif- derful pollco force. son Post ot American Legion, gamo, hut tough on tho poor re- will always bo contented. no means of knowing, but with nil Archbishop Hayes, in accepting wero not promoters of social unrest Did I fith and Dr. J. R. Hninmons. want my heart I hope It will bo. I do the petition, said ho would see that and enemies of tho established orChairman Paul Burllngamo, of porter. Wondor what Gen. Pershing did. to go to Europe? You bet I was only a trick of fate really thought of tho 'awkward JEFFERSONVILLE. not know any of tho members of it is sent to Popo Benedict without der. They labored for social peaco It tho Board of Safety, who Is a notod squad In their summer ico cream which kept mo in tho States. You tho delegation, not ovon tho spokes delay. Tho chances ot having tho by performing well tho tasks that booster and advertiser for tho Re- caps - uniforms. SeO I Was nmoncr thn fnllnnra nf tho Ono of the most enjoyable man, Mr. William Cooto, for I am degree granted by tho Popo, ho said, had fallen to them In tho world's andpublican "reform" wero very favorable. functions of tho season was failed to Hvo up to administration, not a politician." The administration played right old regulars who had boon kept on work. The reason then why the his reputation tho class initiation and banquet held tor publicity by not giving the ap- smart In ono thing though. Thoy tms smo to tram mo follows who Tho Rov. Joseph H. McMahon said "peaco ot Christ" does not yot abide Frank P. Walsh, Chairman ot tho American Commission on Irlsn In- tho DOtUIon nsks flint n nnrnntiml In society Is that tho components of Sunday by Jeffersonvlllo Circle, pointment ot tho two colored in- failed to hring out for exhibition Went overseas and did tho job In dependence, sent a letter to Mr. shrine bo erected In this city, "tho that society, Individual men and wo- Daughters of Isabella. Mass was ternes at tho City Hospital, nor has tho famous" rlflo squad of overseas SUCh n thorough fnnhlnn Rnmlnntn Coote denying tho latter's statement rneaier or tno world's most perplex- men, are not "of good will." Thoy attended at St. Augustine's church to over tipped tho public off to tho veterans," ns they know that Gen. I'm so happy. How can I over thank that tho reports of British atroclth-- ing problems nnd thnrnfnrn n onltn. do not want to make those conces- at 7:45 o'clock In tho morning. A fact that his board appointed Will- - Pershing would bo nhlo to distin- tno newspapors now can 1 ever rennnrtMatAa In Ireland wero falsj, and adding- bio site for porpetual worship." sions which wo ronst all jnako to pinna nf Rnvonnv.nfc.ht lam Wnrlnv na T.lrnnnn Tnannntnt guish Imfnwn rc.il until fnra nt nvm. pay tho Knights of Columbus for brlntrlntr mv dear mothnr nnd mw. "This is to advlsu jou, theriroro, If tho dogree Is granted there will tone down Individual shortcomings tv as Initiated in the afternoon, bo- - the first colored man In tho history seas veterans nnd 11 bunch of and conductors. Speak- self together onco more? "And that that any charges of falsehooJ Im- be n shrlno in tho ediflco, whore tho and to eradicate selfishness and ginning at a: 30 o'clock, a team or r,ouisviuo to lioia this position. puted to Gov. Dunno or myself with blessed Bacrament will be exposed avarlco and envy. The proud cry from Loulsvllln dnlncr tho wnrlf. So tho colored man Is coming into ing ot the Koystonors, this has beon lauy in iirooKiyn. I shall pray for "respect to tho acts of brutality men- day and night. of Lucifer, "I will not servo," has Tho banquet began at 6 o'clock, Ills own in thn Ttnnnhllrnn nnrtv a real profitable week for tho hold- hor tho rest of my life." . AftOr locatlnir Sorizt. tVndnmnnn rung down tho ages. And wherever with Invocation by Rev, Michael and he is justly entitled to recogni up men and burglars, churches betioned In our report will bo slanderous in their nature, and with thla that cry prevails thorcr poaco must Halpln. Miss Maudo Craig, Presi- tion, as no nas mrniancd over 50 ing robbed In broad daylight, well William P. Larkln. Overseas Direc TURKEY DISPOSAL. notincation will bo taken. If herehldo her face and tho spirit of dent of tho circle, was toastmastor, nor Cent, of thn Tlnniihllrnn vnin In lighted stores on Fourth avonue bo- - tor of tho Knights, sent tho followTrinity Council. Y. M. T.. hn .in- - brotherhood and zA Rnrvlen ran and around the board wore 200 city olections and 40 per cent, of incr Inntnd nnd nltl?nna hntnn- lmnnlr. ing cablegram from his offlca to after made, as uttered with cxprojs persons. Toasts wero given as fol tne voto in mo Mrs. mallco." cured a largo number of turkeys And no home. Btaio. Borry to say, ed unconscious going to and from you aWcdemann: "I want to wish very happy Christmas and a relative-tChairman Walsh sent cablegrams Which Will ho rilnnncnd nf nt thn work". y Ana you will notico Jn tho It is not then that tho message lows: "Over the Threshold," 'Schoer; the machine is not giv- - long to Viscount French. Lord Llbutonanl club houso next Monday evening, of tho first Christmas, tho message tho naw class, Miss Edna list of crimes there has not prosperous Now Year and Inform Intr thn colored Ttnnnhtl(nna thnl, of Ireland, and Ian Macpherson, and fr!ond3 of tho council aro In- - of "great Joy to all tho world," has "Thov Also Servo AVhVi flnlv Ktnml duo vorv wllllnelv. nnd thn lnrnl been a slnclo arrest mndo bv tlio VOU that Hflnn In rtnvr lnnntnd ivltl. h Chief Secretary for Iroland, chal- vueu 10 como on tnat date and Infantry, lost its meaning for tho men of our and Walt," the Rev. Michael Haf administration is trying to keep tho Kcystoncrs, these- birds not helms Company K, -lenging them to suo him for libel at Its appointment or every colored man ablo to even catch a Cold. By all ivamp jncKBon, aoutn Carolina, u. tholr Christmas' turkey.. The time. No, the Christmas messago pin; vvnen K.nigntnoou'8 on the basis ot his roport. Wnlch Commlttco means, Smithy, dispense with about S. A. Ho Is well and happy and Is Flower," tribute to the Knights of u of Arrangements say Rtlll lirlntrn linnllnr- - nnrl uplift luii-r-. iiiu Mlfia wired that any court of Jirlsdlctlon that tho possession of a big turkey millions of bleeding, broken hearts. ColumlinR. Marv Ancnln promised to roform iimuiiuio uas aiso 100 or morn of thnsn imltntlnn nn. writing you a nlco Inner inttnr tn. and will not rob lico In Dublin, London or Now York will offset the high cost of living, and eavo tho taxpayors somo day." it huh enters wun genial warmth Swoenoy; "A Tear for the Parting tho colorOfl mnn In n nrlmnrv no waa money. Would bo satisfactory if a commis- especially during tho holidays, and and sunshine Into the palaces of iaia, a amiio ior me meeting done in the 'Vyarley-Ryarace, acA fontnvn sion wero named to take hi 3 testi- havo arranged this turkoy disposal tho rich and Into tho hovels o'f tho 1920." Minn Tfatn Minna SODALITY RETREAT. cording to W, F. Gurloy, a colored mony. He promised that j would to that end. poor. It still expands tho soul of of thn hannunt wnri thn mucin 1iv thn Republican leader,, who says in n be represented personally or bv employer and At tho recent retreat of tho Bless Alas, clrclo's orchestra ot a. dozen pieces colored newspaper this past week u,z MIIKUIHUuiimii mil"llj.jj ULtjlU 'lay, .. nn; counsel in any action. ro that its uplifting appeal does not unuor airoction ot Miss Margaret nit. Ilr vmvBiuy ji. smurvy anu. ed Virgin Sodality in St. Cecilia's President Do Valera's statement reach tho heai-tTint McAuIIffe, its organizer. nf nil Mr. Rnlinrt. Tiiionn nminlcml nm 1.a n church iiimji njm lip J members wore said that the Ulster Unionist delewe havo already pointed to tho rea- such as happened in tho last pri recoived, giving tho society a mem gation represented a party that pollouu wujr me joy 01 mo aavior, tne GENERAL MEETING. mary wouiu never Happen again." ed only 3 per cent, of tho Irish dec bership or over 200.. Tho rotreat Joy which ho alone could bring, Js Well, at last tho local "roform" was conrliir.tnd hv Tlnv Phnrlna T tors at the latest election. Ho quot- T.ctRt Snnrlnv mnrnlner thn mnm. administration not found in manv ROPtlnnn nf thn has been forced from ed Mr. Coote as saying tho visitors Maddox, C. SS. R., of St. Louis, and community. The fault lies in so bera of tho St. Vincent do Paul So- cover and now near Mayor Smith are here In the Interest of law and me new memuers received were ciety Itself. The vices which tho ciety received holy communion in a and his administration havo droporder, truth and honesty, fair play Misses Agnes Batllnor. Bertha Savior had come to cast out of the uuuy wun meir respective conier- - ped their mask of "economy and Drohm. Atrnna and principles, adding: nnd Tlnrnndnttn tn low tAX ratna" and hnvn nnma nut nwn phnrthoa aW 1 ..... social body still flourish; the vir- nnr.M nt thnfi Bloemer. Angela and Xaviof Brown. "We, too, aro here for somo printues Ho camo to teach are contemn- overy one making an edifying show- - In the open, no longer trying to Nolllo Barry. Mary and Lillian ciples. Let the question be argued ed. He came to cast out sin and ub. u (uu niiciuuuu tuu general 1001 mo nuDiic. At tno beginning Bucklev. Allco f!antv. Knllln Prnntn logically and calmly, without epievil deBires from the hearts of men. meeting was held In Bertrand Hall, of Smith's administration tho tax Loulso Carrlgan, Mary Cudahy, Hor- thets that are abusive or assertions But too many thoro are who mako nnil whnn rrallprl tn nrrlrn- - hv PpooL navnM ...AM rAttinnflnind ...i.i. tGnan and Mnrv Tlnnc. EVInn TV,llir"" without foundation. If there is any friends with sin. He came to teach dent John Doyle the hall was filled lower tax rate, tlio sinking fund be Anna Dettllnger, Anna Dclehanty) difference of opinion between us as humility and charity and obedience. with men whose quiet and unosten- ing ucnicicu to maKo up tno diiTcr-encaney, to facts, we can arrange a commisMargaret nose French, But men hearken to the demon of tatious charity work brings relief but pcccsslty caused by exFrances Gllooly, Anna Grimes, sion of investigation. It could be pride, are d and are toe and cheer to the unfortunate sick travagance and mismanagement has Helen Halnln. Anna TTnuch' 'Mnltla composed of two clergymen nomiconceited to obey. and poor of Louisville, without dis- forced tho boldest ralso in assessJordan, Barbara Kress, Agnes Lynn, nated by us, two by the Ulster The great saint and social re- tinction as to creed, race or color. ments and THE monEST TAX isaueuo i.amuort, Margaret Lyons, Unionist delegation and a Chairman former of the thirteenth century. A summary of the annual reports RATE in tho history of tho City of Margaret Moran, on whom we could mutually agree, Murphy, St. Francis of Asslsl, had to contend for the year ending Septomber 30 Louisvlllo. Smith announces that Lola Maculrn. Tanhnlla lUrianlato against these very evils. So he was read by Secretary Thomas A. he will jump tho tax rate from .all to be Americans and all ProtesAngela Neal, Christina Osborne! tants. This commission could robrought the men of his time rich Bohan, and to many the amount of $1.82 to $2.08, and will try to add i vis aHaKaDlBBaaViaHaaBaaaaaal I Helen O'Neil, Viola Porter, Gather port to the American public with and poor, young and old. saint and roller distributed was indeed a sur- to that a license tax later. Mr. i ing neuter, una KecKtenwald, Virauthority. Meantime wo trust that sinner to the "crib of Bethlehem," prise. After the new members had Ttrnmlftve, nf thn Tlnovd nf WAlra ' Sages3er, Loretto Silk, Mar1 QK! the delegation will debate the quesand there preached to dukes and been received into the society at savH that.- Tils hnnrd want v,ww,- "WiHaWSHJHB I ginia Seibert, Hilda Schwartzwalder, garet tion with ias before the American lords, to wealthy ladles and aristo- large by President Doyle the Rev. uuu to spenu mis coming year, ana Elenora Vulpert, Catherine Walsh public. We Rre ready to meet them crats, to fishermen and peasants, of B. A. Enls, O. P., was Introduced talks about street reconstruction, and Corinho Yates. anywheie on any common platform." the love of the Christ child for men, and delivered an address command- etc., but does not state where the Prestdene De Valera quoted one told them of the virtues He teaches ing and encouraging the Vicentlans money allotted the Board of Works member of the delegation as saying INCREASED FARES. uu an, ana 01 me pam to UlJJIltttttl In that. Wn.V ui. t.uun.tltb nf,... .Via went this past year. Only one nu.iw nt Innlrlnw l.lJ mo " mm that two governments now exist In wnicn ne pointed out. And the spiritual and material welfare of street was built, Fifteenth street, Many of the patrons of the local Ireland. One of them, he added, was "poverello," the "poor. 'little man.' "u uuiuj mnmw yuur, n worit mat and as for street cleaning there are that ot the Republic, elected by the as lie was cauea, won tbe day, The will be rewarded by blessings'1 wlth- - streets and alleys that are perfect Street Car Company who are dispeople; the other that ot military simple sermon was successful ha UUt J1UU1IJOI, strangers to a street cleaner. Many satisfied with the present serviee autocracy, America must recognize VOnd eztMMfa.t!nt1. Pabpo on1 tio. taxpayers would like to know how are of the opinion that, it it is one or the other, he continued, and mony took up their abode in homes CENTBNARY OF CATHEDRAL. shown the service is not up to the how much money was wasted on the American people should decide and cities where before had raged joke vacuum cleaners, 'motor boat stanaara Decause or increased wages GEN. BYNG Which WM Ttin ulna n.ioo- St. Patrick's Cathedral celebrated houses and similar naiTou ana rfloeuion. useless " "" niiununc, reiiei Tn ttlAaA rlava nf asulal untnuiwal l(s sienteanial last week at RochesUona to which he asked 'answers Now Lord Byng, is one ot the Ive could be extended by charging for Mitim " from the Unionist delegation con'""'-""- tamw tiwnvwtnr and revolution, ot strikes and labor ter. It is the oldest Catholic parish Mr. Selligman, ot the Board of moat nnnnlar xtrar hnrnaa nf nrut iiuuiio si isrKB ao ""Y cern the right of Britain to rule Ire French avlatrix. who is said to be Unrest, of class hatred and of raoe between Utlca and Cleveland. The Safety, modestly asks for $1,844,-00- 0 Britain. He is the man who started not want a repetition ot the Tolede land: tne manner m wnion its rule 'me ny woman noiumg a puors riots, we need tne spirit, ot the gen- - sreetlon of the first church, la 1819, to spend, 85 per sent, mere the great movement which com- uujtup, ana is not aispeeea to. punarmy now ny- - tie unnst. we seed onee more to narked the beginning of Catholic than this last year, and said this pletely smashed the famous Hlsdea-har- g ish the 'many stockholders If fchfir "r ami uwmu intiiBMiHKMt uwre; tae rigat . ot to (toelde ea the lag is this tountry. leant the meaaiig aadthe btetwlegs life la WiAir3wiw budget bad beea eat to the hose. line. solution oaa lis reaehedv 1 1 a We all not to place' tne nossesalon ot I which soon vanish that there are na the heanint; 1111 of mines ana money, Blessings of tho Christmas houses and farmir 1 rtniy goods . ?tst8 than i. fprtunes In JMtet learti REPUBLICANS K.0FC t. ' t Thirty-secon- tlirco-PctvCont- . ' ON-DU- TY Foriy-etght- Wede-man- n. pat-rona- E' 1 tj mes-y'ear- s. 1 war-dru- m t's Forty-eight- l 'fHBaiaBIH ony-eignt- Hort-Searc- r -- - ... ss BaS'rBHsyBnHsl of-flc- ci o, cdl-orc- tl self-seekin- g. Joffer-sonvll- le a - o Hert-Searc- - Forty-eight- so-cu- ro 11111.-- ns h-- wage-earne- r. 1. "l.-.- -i I.IM..M 1WKJ IJJ.J. forty-sove- a. 5 I 1 J o, hard-hearte- He-Te- w v HHlraHayElllil -- - . I 'VwTii'i fjrm purchases. '""", """". io U-r- Jty '""" nta v,, J A. X . !"' ' i : f,y E3'XUOJKrV $HHt3$4H44HS4$HfHtK$$H3$y4$ $.jHL A&n&mtX&AJX.. wvr w lll........A.......A.t.........-....-WV ' , READING BY LAMPLIGHT to the Are you equipped so that you can employ the evening hours lights causes you annoyance best advantage? Seo us if the glare of electric or if you get a headache from attending the movies. Superior Deep Curve Lenses, with any mounting in stock, $4.50 case and cord complete 75c Extra Superior Shelltex Rims lenses. We 'fill your oculist's prescription or duplicate your old tio charge for examination. SHUIFR Tt ntr nTt-d- il A X LES i; f 17 "Sating vBttitm? OrtH II ESlfflS -. .VVV WV WWVWT WVW V WW .. WVWWV II ii If ALL AROUND AND ABOUT THE BASEMENT ii ii ARE THOUSANDS OF Automobile Axles. Louisville JQf llCHRISTM AS TOYSl Germ-proSlate Boards, with easel $1.00 Plush Dolls; special 45c Eight-Ke- y Pianos 00c Child's Chalri natural Uintah, .75c Wo havo a largo variety of Celluloid Rattlers; values up to 22c 3c; spocial of S JouriA Atv. SMOKERS! ?0o ATTENTION! TWIST CXCUULS 17o 10c Buater ..so; s ror zac anori tiora 10c Chesterfield -- 3.00 .ac; j lor oc uuimcjr n Sf.!jfnr250 lue U. K- oo 3.00 9c. 3 for 26c Surprise 17o 10c Dixie son Favorites go 3.36 3 for 26c J2C9 20o Lucky Strikes ....17c 10c Hed Bud' .9c; 2.36 Key ,13.0 10c Tribune ..9c; 3 for 26c Unlo 16c 2.36 oV'mo rAcrAOES ES!. cSK?5i":::::!S2 2.76 jbo Mecca 2.75 9c; 3 for 25e Ki emert Extra . 6c 2.76 TuTedo 16o Helmar. .6o 2.86 3 for 40o Hoxy Tuxedo 20c CO 2.86 Sc;3for25c 8. ...18c Sampson. I0c Murads 6o 2.86 for 20c Windsor Castle :..17o Hill Side ....9c; 3 for 25c stiera Girl 6o 2.86 26c Gibson Be: 3 22c Victory aso Omar SeM. CIGARETTES 2!. Mci1K American ShulerAxleMfgCo. Jones and w,w- Celluloid Rolo Dolls; made in Japan; 25c slzo; special for Mon- . day 180 Child's Breakfast Sots; consist of plato, cup and saucer; special ,22c Dolls' Stockings; pair 2o "ironing Boards , .23c Floor Chimes .' 22o 8peCi?l.cB5. ... Life..:.. 'Alil'i'i ..f:..."..18c ... .... .'" N Streets GLASSES ,o The Stocks in Gift Department Are 1 Really Things of Beauty. I Dinner Chimes Shinning Outfits Com Forks Japanese Dusters Incense Sots MAiHcinn fllnKn 25o ...22c Bull Patiroa CXSAPEST TOBACCO BTOSES ....lc; ...... Uurham.3c;3 XW SS - ..im.. ...f .? .7.csaJ" OUR PERFECT VISION rorzftc .- - THE CXTT. WATCK US OXOW AMERICAN Vo. 1 . CUT-RAT- E No. S Incorporated Wo. 2 W. W. Cor. rrestoa W. Cor. Prtitoa b Jefferson Tho Jefferson Sweet Shop, 213 West Jefferson Street. TOBACCO STORE Si VMHssHlItt XJbertj "Q Headaches, Weak SACRED HEART ACADEMY, :.v. ygij iMMm affZTTSiaallBaag' I Coasters i Engagement Books $1.00 .$1.00 Soap Bulbs Pipes 50c $1.00 Mahogany Candlesticks . . .25c $1.00 Mahogany Candlo Lamps, com- . 50c piete ooc 25c U. S. Bank Tanks 25c Cnvnrn nml Sowing Baskots, 7Cc to $3.00 Candy Jars 75c $1.00 up .... 2 f a w999999m9wm49m9w-mwmmtB9Both Phones 1323 Auto Delivery ASK ANY OCULIST Correct Glasses Are us Important as the Right Medicine. We Make Glasses to Meet the Requirements of Oculists' Prescriptions. CIS FOURTH AVENUE THE BALL OPTICAL CO. No OPP. MARY ANDERSON ft, dCBSfBviki complete ftWflp-&witrtoul jfW home I Had a Rudd Bath Did You? , Work a pleasure. Our Graduate Optometrist will make a careful scientific oxamina-- r tlon oi your eyes ana guarantees Correct and Comfortable Glasses. Onr Club Plan enables you to obtain tho best glasses on a small casn deposit and pay tho balance In convenient veokly payments. NO RED TAPE NO COLLECTORS Dizziness, Distorted Vision, etc., and mnkn Tlpnrtlnp. finwlntr or Close Relieve Eyes, J" HHaHEkJiJaW. JOHN M. MULLOY 212 WEST 3IARKJBT STItKET. HIGH GRADE COFFEE Coffee lb Ten, lb Coco, lb Biihlntr Powder , 80eio $1.25 30c to 40c to COe .... Kxtract, portubo Plo Filling,.. JSfg Mitt ( ZO eggs f or 25) . . . . N . . fSOo 40o UOo 25o 25o r B KING OPTICAL COMPANY flimm . V r.Mtut ......, SUM 5nn3 3w LMl Hefarftra. Watof -- . ...., ..- -. Gas Heaters, Etc., Cam. BSHLH&LlLBBnBKi9liLsHa Eyesight Specialists 1134 West Market Street, Ncx Door f o Zoll's Sitae Store. MEN TRY US $1.50 TWO-PIECE SUITS ' INSTALLED AND REPAIRED Plumbing and Gas Fitting. three-piec- e ""vj MMMMvyVVVVVVVVVVyVVVVVVV 0400 city Tnlin R Dailmr HE WASHING MB tfJfe.HIC-UB- i IOI SIR THOMAS LIPTON. ooo s. Sir Thomas Linton on his inspec SECOND tlon tour over his racing yacht, tho Shamrock IV., which has been m dry dock at Showan's Shipyards in Brooklyn, N. y., slnco tho start of tho war. Sir Thomas expects to race his yacht for the International Cup In Juno of next year. IHBKil SUITS FIRST "POLISH MINISTER. Prince Caslmlr Lubomirski, first Polish Minister to the United States, tnd his arrival in New York on tho steamship "America." $1.75 Co- - WE ARE RESPONSIBLE. BEST SERVICE IN THE C1TT. Puis Cleaning' and Dyeing INCORPORATED Christmas srmrr. The spirit of Christmas Is abroad, and In loving anticipation of It hundreds of thousands of dollars will be spent In tho offering of gifts. Especially Is Christmas the. children's day, and the home In which there Is no merry prattle of children's voices at Chrlstmastido is poor, indeed. Surely it is a beautiful and gracious spirit that of Christmas and tho thought and all that it means, tho giving of gifts and the kindly exchange of sentiment, all have their origin in tho great fact of Him who came to redeem tho world our greatest gift Jesus, tho Savior of mankind. Knowing this, Catholics should In a special manner endeavor to keep Christmas day. It is their duty to approach tho saving sacraments of penance and Holy Eucharist, and after receiving the great gift of Christ into their hearts, then they may make their offerings to homo and friends; but tho poor especially should not bo forgotten. "The poor wo havo always with us." For tho sake of our Lord, born in poverty and suffering, let ua, abovo all, remember tho poor and helpless on Christmas day. We should not forget that in hundreds of homes in this great city tho hard conditions of Bethlohom aro reproduced. In hundreds of places there is "no room" for tho guests-wh- o finally found shelter and rest In the manger of Bethlehem. Let us, then, enter into tho true spirit of this blessed season. Let us seo Mary and Joseph and the Christ Child in the helpless, sorrowing poor Lot us recognize in them our suffering brethren, and lot us extend tho hand of pity and sympathy, whether we aro abje to give of a gonerous bounty or simply .a widow's mite. Let us remember tho Society of St. Vin- cont ue .Paul, which especially labors among the lot us think of our orphan asylums and hospitals, upon whom many calls are made and who know tho suffer ing and needy and worthy poor as we can never know them, and let us make these great Catholic organ izaiions tne distributors of our Christmas cheer, for tho sako"" of Him In whom all the world is akin And now God bless us every one. and give to each tho joy and abun dance of thl3 fruitful season. poverty-strlckon; HARRY B. DRIVER, President. Both Phones 2635. 421 W. Chestnut St. IIArPY TEAOE. Th Vrsallae BoarOlaff an4 Say goieol Tor etlrUK8d Voaaff Woaea. "And on earth peaco to men and JI&S0APW0U wU&M' tOUIVUC Woolens, Silks, Georgette, Crepe de Chine and All Dainty Materials. YOUR GROCER HAS IT. t as all tho succeeding centuries has $ MAGIC-KELLE- R !i their recollection brought moro joy to Christian hearts than at this ! INCORPORATED Chrlstmastido of the year of Our o . Lord 1919. taA Tho four years of struggle and bloodshed which enveloped and devastated all of Europe, and which embroiled the whole world in Its HARVEY-JELL1C0 maelstrom, has well taught men tho blessedness of peace. Amid tho din of that strife there was oft raised a (INCORPORATED) majestic volco from Peter's chair calling upon men to turn to God in The Company With the Coal and the Service. humble supplication, asking Him in his Famous Black Joo Lamp Coal from Eastern Kentucky. $7.00 and mercy to enlighten men's minds cause them to cease their fra per ton delivered; $0.00 per ton At yards. tricidal struggle. Undaunted by the Magnolia. Yard at First and A. fact that there was no abatement Yards located at Fifteenth and as time went on, again and again Yard and Elevator, Pope and Payne Streets. In the holy sacrifice of the mass the Buth Phones at All Yards. Qod of Armies was besought to end tho holocaust. And at last God's own good time came, and on the Feast of St. Francis the world paused with bated breath at the .news that negotiations for an armistice tho first step to OLD ARMORY" (Incorporated) ABSOLUTELY FI1EPKO0F "THE ward peace had begun. It scarce dared hope that the word was true. SOUTH SEVENTH STREET But tho prayers of widows and of orphans countless were being heard AUTOMOBILES STORED AND WASHED at tho court of heaven, and fighting SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THEATER STORAGE 25 CTS. AIL MEN IN CHARGE EXPERIENCES. Well nigti two thousand years 0SE8CEHS XXUi, XiOV IHVtXJCiM, XX. have fled slnco tho Decomber night High Moral and Intellectual Stand, rang with these words on'Bothle- - ards. Catalogue Bent Free. Address: hem's hills since angel hosts Mecretary, Sacred Start Academy brought those glad tidings to the 3115 Cherokee Drive. race. And never perhaps in LOUISVILLE human KENTUCKY good will." LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK For Your Savings US. Government Protection. ld More than 35.000 Bank Accounts, representing 100,000 people with a total deposit of more than $10,900,000, is tho monument of confidence built by tn people of Louisville at this' safe, conservative bank. BY & SOAP WORKS UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND 000 JOHN B. ,RATTERMAN PUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 WEST MARKET STREET Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland West no7aj COAL 0. THOMAS KEEN AN 1529 WEST MARKET STREET city tsce. Mala 3IJ8-- T. H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Einbalmers. Telephone 1022 SSIO BLUE GRASS GARAGE 535-37-39-- 41 Now Open For Business Fnneral Director and Embalmer 717-71- 0 E. CHESTNUT LOU1SVDLLH. KX. MwvuuwmMvmvvwtwwiWMvmmwHwuw HOME PHONE 88 CUaiBKRLAMD MAIN 3071-- y DAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY ICE ORIUM M'F'R'S. 1104 Boutli Seventh Street' Phone'Clty 6574 Willie many feel tho burden of what soems the injustice of a double system of taxation, still "when wo remember the conditions of our American life, we realize that it would hardly be possible for the State to J- 1. City 8500-PHONB-M- oln. 4E22B 3-1- Where the QuicK Meal Comes In Where the heaie Brightest I Where the werk to Mghtt; nnlrn hi la rWhere Wv the atel it tukaisV where Where the wngq steads VW9C ' JTkt'n Wk the iT3tJtr UJQXX11 (hM Meal hK furnish schools where religion could be 'taught. At present there seems to be a willingness on tho part of our Catholic people to leave things as they aro, the Catholic school for the Catholic children and the public school for those who can conscientiously avail themselves of their adTERFIDY IN ENGLAND. vantages. The demand today Is not State support for Catholic schools Introduction of the Irish bill in but freedom for the Catholic schools to carry on their holy work of the House of Commons was again postponed . last Thursday. Andrew Christian education without harmful State interference or opposition Bonar Law, spokesman for tho Gov ernment, announced that In conse nuence of tho visit of Premier UNREDEEMED. Clemenceau, of France, Premier Lloyd George Vould be unable to Mors than one hundred years ago, bring measure wihen we were struggling for" liberty Mondaythe Tuesday. forward either or He could not rrom the Britln yoke, uenjamm say whether it .would ba introduced Franklin told the Irish people: "Our the next week. DB6ERVE SUCCESS. cause 13 your cause. Help u win promise was made Thus another only to be A medem structure for the freedom and we pledge you, "when broken. Is vMd), Knlkhti ot Columbus, In the center we are free, that we will 1elp you fEBSSSSOmm Whare work of Philadelphia and easily accessible regain your freedom." That promaoMt PASSION WiAY DEFERRED. BaBsB4ff!ln from any part of the city, having all ise remains today unredeemed. In a letter received from F. Bauer, Where eookistc the facilities and equipment for an of Ob&rammergau, Bavaria, the real raaj REMEMBRANCE. headquarters and comPilafe of the famous Passion Play In Where, bakiag; itm de- pletely furnished club, is the ultiA holiday greetings 1310, he states that the Passion "What?, campatjm mata" geal of a thirty-da- y light; Play the card with old Bill's name scribbled year, wrll not be performed next Where dradjfe Is ew( ef helix conducted throughout but that across it? . . . Good old Bill! 1921 Is expected. its presentation in monh of November. slgkt Why, it's eleven years almost since Of thoe who took part In the That's where' th we saw each other, and here he's ASKS FRKEDOM ONLY. 'Qaiek Meal" eeM not forxottea me even yet! . ." . play in 1310' the wKe "of Anton C&tholfofl are &oUrae said to luh. 'Mary, you needn't be ge all- - Lang, jtvho repereented Jesus Christ, kc dead, be the .enemies of our eouatry be- fired proud ot that scan Aunt Susie. one "of also three of his daughters, K Ulihlr whom repreaented Martha. cause they do not Mad their ehll- - HMt.you; tam may oa only a postcard, but, by George, it's SeVeJjty, 'of vth perfumers and aiae-- 1 Ttaey Urea to1- - the 4 State aoheols. 215 JC Bill! . , '. Wtdl; well thl tmm invrnuviv wi mv uitowhh NVU have no fault to l W. MARKET ST. try because of Had with our eoua- from. la. Obriatu-f- ii dariac fee war. the State schools. arc 7--- earth rings with that glad Christmas cry, "Gloria in excolsls Deo, et in terra pax homi- nlbus bonao voluntatis!" "Glory to God in tho highest and on earth peace to men of good will!" Again tho Infant King has como to bless us with his tiny hands, and to be- st6w upon those of good will his heavenly peace. It will Indeed re- lolce his Sacred Heart that the glad ceremonies celebrating his coming to our weary world will take place in ins boiovea uethienem tree from Mohammedan oppression, and that that land which He chose as his homo hero upon earth Is no longer subject to those who, believe BLACK & DECKER not in Him. This Christmas let PORTABLE ELECTRIC DRILLS God bless and guido all pray that our civil authorities and those "who aro to- - esSizes 0 to 8 tablish peace; guide their councils preside in midst, tor withCHILDERS ELECTRIC CO. and his divine theirthere can ho no out aid May God. grant us lasting peace! INCORPORATED that peace which the world can not 1 Beth rhann 333 W, Mats Street give and can not take away. 1040 ceased. Now again tho J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. &Z2S8 Bast AdCaJbcx &tt&&. VlWVVIVMVWl4if 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embaimersi I BOTH PHOKEB. Cuaib. Mala 2000-- a e4n"WH I !! fHt & tHtmiintlHIIUHII Heme City 2098 X H' IIKlB GRAN W. SMITH'S SONJ AL.S. SMITH, :PROP. I up-to-d- J J : Funeral Director and Embalmer; I " lm.UU4 4-j- JSOTH PHONES SIO.; ; CAM wij eoi-o- rd SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. r i 7 AimscX,. jMwB aaWkoilw aw T AND w .vr ' aBBScs' Happy New Year ' DO YOUR BUYING EARLY See These Columns for Holiday Bargains fyyyy You Can Save Money By Buying Your VVJ yXyXXMKy X A CHRISTMAS GIFTS the Modern way CLEANERS AND DYERS 1140-4- 2 THE GEM H. H. NEWMARK CO. Incorporated IIP 1 OFFICE AND PLANT, TT .itM A Aftftfc S. THIRD ST. The Store of a Million Gifts Make Your Selection Now All Goods Delivered On First Payment A L I Specialize in Ladies' Suits, We yil t11 T uresses, Cloves, TT ' velvets, oiiks, JLaces, Feathers and Men's Wearing Ap " pareL 1 X AUTO WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER ALL WORK 422 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky. DIAMOND JEWELRY SOLID GOLD JEWELRY NOVELTY JEWELRY AS NEAR YOU AS YOUR PHONE . SOUTH 2. TOILET SETS CUT GLASS CHINA SILVERWARE LEATHER GOODS FRENCH IVORY PICTURES LAMPS DOLLS Wc Give and Redeem Gold and Brown Htamps Packing 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 Belts ... $3.75 up Direct Railroad Connection and in Close Proximity to the Principal Housas and Slaughtering Establishments. L E N O Silverware, piece . . . W Vanity Cases $1.50 A LITTLE EACH PAY DAY T T Suggestions For JLadies Bracelet Watches . . .$12.50 Diamond Rings . . . .$15.00 $5.00 La Vallieres $7.00 Toilet Sets . . $6.50 Umbrellas ......... up up up up up $1.00 up up I QTJArXTFY AND SBRVICB 3 6 2. OR CITY sTeTledmanSsoS 410 WEST MARKET STREET Jewelry and Silverware for the Holidays Forty-thre- e C A Word To Our Patrons earnestly request early shopping. J BOURBON LOUISVILLE, STOCK YARD CO. INCORPORATED Desiring to lender our usual service to pur patrons we Until further notice store hours will be 9 to 4. Years of Honest Dealing. Lincoln Watch & Jewelry Co. (Incorporated.) K. OF G. RINGS, CHARMS AND BUTTONS Home Phone City 7804 KENTUCKY. 232 West Market Street OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS UNTIL 9:30 O'GLOCK. Cumb. West 412-- Y Buyers for Live Stock of Every Descrip- FRANK HARTMAN & SONS HOUSE PAINTERS AND DECORATORS i tion in Attendance Daily. Largest and Bc3t Live Stock Market in the South. Most modern Stock Yards in the United States. Fifteen acres under roof. Cattle Pens of concrete and as nearly fireproof as possible. ; Graining, Glazing and Roof Painting "Both Phones 1 050 1300 West Market Street Cr Co. rr-- ;G;, So Unompson Incorporated MM3'm4'MMM( FLORISTS & - EAT F lowers Telegraphed Everywhere. - WsBBBBaHBfcBMBBBHBBBBBBMBsBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBMBSBBBaSatB & $' Os xl4c&& x vv t$ ?' ? 532 Fourth, Ave, CITY 2360 t V V at Guthrie, , Louisville, Ky. MAIN 2360-- y TIP TOP BREAD H a - 1. - v JL i D BAX Passenger Zeppelin Bordonsee, world, which was used in the last has four engines. ALAMO TIIEATEK, 1. PLANE AND BLIMP. largest In the world, and In foreground poto of largest plane la the raid over Paris. "Fletcher World" machine is 130 feet in width and LARGEST 1 F. VISSMAN & CO. I i Funeral Director And Embalmer..' The Alomo Theater is rapidly sustain the enviable reputation the Some day, boys and girls, your earning tbo title as one of the dis- Alamo has attained for producing mother and father will loavo you tinctive picture houses .of the South, the newest, finest and most artistic behind to go to a better home. That g the greatest film productions being films released by the big moving parting is always and presented there and the patrons of picture corporations of this sad for you, but the sharp edge this show "bouse see the best In will be taken off after a while if movie land, coupled with the most you have no' regrets about the re famous stars. Mancger Fred J. spect and love you have given them. "BABY BONDS." Dolle is thoroughly experienced in Only when you are - fathers and nis business and gives the public The 1920 supply of war savings mothers yourselves can you realize the finest film productions to be stamps have made deep happiness your little kindtheir appearance, the acts give them, or how great Is had. Every star of, note may be seed and. advanced copies show that they ly here, in famous impersonations, and their .sorrow when you forget and there is never a performance with- are far more attractive in appear- neglect them. Don't grow so accus- out some fine educational feature lance than the 1919 series, which tomed to them that you treat th,Bm upon the programme as well. The ", '"ov'" comfort and Alamo, is exquisitely furnished and win aisappear irom me maricet oa' ly for your "' """'""-- i use. Love decorated and the staff of the house the night of December 31. The and cherish them, for some day noted for courtesy and attention to new "Baby Bonds" will be available their going will leave a terrible void. the wants of Its patrons. Visitors to the public on January 1, and the in your Heart, anu tue wound wm will find this the most delightful price will be justs" the same as it be more easily healed if you can place In town for amusement, the was last January J 4.1 2. They will look back and remember different, programme constantly changing and pursue the same course as the la times when you have given them some new and popular attraction minar bine stamp of 1919, and joy and pleasure. In the average offered dally. Too much credit can when next December rolls around, home, no matter what the children Dolld for the they will be. selling- for ?4.23 and do for their parents, it doesn't even manner In. which he conducts this on January 1, 191S, they, will be pay the interest on the debt of loye splwiflid" place of amttfmeat. He is worth- fi In gold. and saeriflce which they ewe them. heart-breakin- always catering to the taste of the public, and no effort is spared to GIVE TUESI YOUR LOVE. 1C. j HAM'S j 7 Derby Brand uurciuiuuui I xuBjievicu. RECOMMEND Hirsch's Goodies THE FINEST IN THE WORLD" Catsup, Sauce, Pickles, Salad Dressing - HIRSCH BROS. , - (Incorporated)' LOUISVILLE, KEIHTUCKY. 8c CO. S-- u : ':.; v. ft : - if. f-J- i 'R . !..--Jjjt- , ,-. "t rt r. r , V M. ': o ' v-- . '..'' 'fv:i"' TO" . lit."'.-- - vf : - ' - jK2artJOBrr Christmas - enter tainment of. St. Patrick's school in hall, Sixteenth and Market. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. December 22 Turkey aisposai oy d Calneao ol Irkh Americans nM& to the Sodil d Moid AdvMcement Hibernians. Yonng Men's Trinity Council at club house, Bax Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of ter and Morton avenues. January 14 Euchre and lotto, Institute and Catholic Knights of America. hvlrlna and Kflfl nortv nnil rpfrPflh- www ,.. j ji u..uDv ". kkntucky IRISH AMERICAN PRINTINO CO., incerporM- -. cuDiisners monts, lor henent or St. Tnomas ur- 4 February Euchre and lotto miBSCRlPTlON PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c by St. Anthony's Welfare Club, In Matter. Entered Ht th Louisville Potlofllce ana warKet. hall, Twenty-tnir- a 319.321 Wit --ftw St. Buy your wheel tickets at tola WISH AMEKICAH. to tht aH twiHiwteatIm December 21 a-- xmxmxt jjMDE?JKX0AJsar- 1 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. COMING EVENTS. 8 t 5 - p 3-- Ia. Um KENT-CK- Y i z I office. - -- ,i m ri ) tAAA AAAkAAAxAA Aifr LOUISVILLE, KY GREETINGS. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20,'l919 ' SOGIETY. r I L- -a tho Kentucky "With this issuo Amorican extends greetings to Irish readers and patrons, and wisheseach and every ond a morry Christmas and happy New Year,, also that Qod may prospor and sparo each and every one for many returns oi this Joyous season. HELPING THE ORPHANS. supTho annual collection for tho orphans of tho Louisport of tho ville diocese will bo taken up at the masses in all the churches on Christmas day. Tho feast of Christmas is a day of Joy and thanksgiving for all tho peoplo, and a gener ous romombranco of these lameness little ones will bring to tho donors n happiness that will bo lasting and blessings when least expected and most needed. Tho good Sisters of Charity aro devoting their lives to tho caro and education of hundreds of children, and therefore thoro should be a generous response to Bishop O'Donaghuo's appeal to all to "como prepared to contrlbuto according to tholr meanB to -- this worthy cause." DAY OP JOY. Attorney Emmet O'Neal has re trip to Dan turned thority from the Dlvino Plunder of ville. from a business the Church who instituted tho papacy, while tho new presiding Mrs. James L. Murphy, Jr left Bishop in Now York gets his author-it- s last week to Join her husband in Ity from tho men who choso him. Jacksonville, Fla, There Is tho difference between the Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Riley have ree religion of Christ and a turned to Atlanta after visiting Mr. Imitation, and that is very Important, and Mrs. Frank Dugan. uiovor imitations tnat iacK tno reai Mrs. Matt Thornbury has ity aro, after all, but clover coun from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Joo terfeits, no matter how closo tho Thornbury at New Haven. external rcsemblanco may bo, and Mrs. Walter Connor, of Ciricln- in this case tho resemblance 13 the guest of her sister, Mrs, dinaryV James Clark, on Barringor avenue. very striking, oven to tho man-mad- rfsMx-r- m Christmas the Year Around h'Z niiysag - SbVbiiSeHbv' j '45fr'lL4?,3es J l Ui , 'HiiBiKBeKHi flRPsHslflBH! iaBBBBBsV-iA"1Si'''J- sWHsfll mind. Miss Maymo Dutllnger, of ville, Tenn., was tho guest last week of Third of Miss Viola Sweeney While tension over tho Mexican street. situation Is slackening somewhat, Mrs. Josoph B. Hagan has been tno situation In that country Itself visiting at Now Haven, the guest ja not improving. Thoro Is still dis- - of Mrs. Bettio Hagan and Mrs. Carl order amounting to anarchy across KIrkpatrlck. tho border. But that condition has Miss Frances Tyler McCabo, of prevailed for the past six years with Nazardth, has arrived to visit her our assistance and approval. Wo mother, Mrs. Kathleen McCabo, in mudo Carranzo by recognizing him tho Belvolr. after ho had ousted Huerta. It 111 .Mrs. E. M. Sullivan loft Sunday becomes us now to mako war on for Toledo, having' been called thore Moxico Just because wo Imposed a by tho illness of her father, Mr. Philip Henri. bandit chief on the nation. Tho peoplo of Mexico should not bo punMrs. John Long, who was operished for Carranza's sins nor for ated dn at St. Joseph's Infirmary, tho sins of our own Government In returned tho first of the week to her homo on Cherokee drive. placing him ovor Moxico. Nash- MEXICO. i&y&v-jbjcjzj- 'irtv?.? i &&& M mm&uz ,i,JW&isZ JL. '; ' V. 5 "Vi i;.. ' ? .;. ' . ifV, ?!? Sickly babies, neglected children, invalid fathers, widowed mothera. decrepit old folks. ;he maimed, the halt, the blind, the people of smsssBBwIw '''JBWk all ages in every sort of trouble that can afflict m mankind; black and white; Catholic and Protes-- ! tSjPBJBBBBHn8JBSt"& $ fp hUBBBBBBBBBBBS tant, Jew and Gentile ; dwellers in hovel, tene-- 1 ment, snanty and snack; leeling .pain and cold and hururer and sorrow even as you would, carja- - WimiSBBUmitSMKafMKBBtti2mHtS&i bie pleasure and warmth and good M vou do:' thousands VJ& &sf focd and iov even as .. . .. . r Mmimei'.iTW .; .s, nnrt .tnousanna nt thom thpso. vnni Ipbo fnr- t's5?5 z.i4&s3m&:',:jxmm&. Kmiinmsfm-m- i -. w..w- -f W f tTgtfr&xk ,. . ... tunaie ienow citizens, anneal to you. one of rr$iZ8i. J;heir nfore fortunate fellow citizens, to help W$0 .msmmammmmmmmmi; them during 1920. ? tianonng in tneir oenaii. makincr commo'ij'Mj m2MMsmB&Ai&.x'Z-x&i!'&iJ&fight against poverty, disease, vice and crime, m, frjeuj VnEmWrnmr twenty-si- x charities have made wonderful W'WSJm :? I 'i progress, what share will you take in the sti.l SM&r greater progress ot ly: u i .. J" i" nigner costs oi iooa, supplies ana wages, ana .45. ?i j? .i tne necessity oi meeting adequately tno growing 'YiMmsL Js sitfsmrfti $&, noeda of our crrowinc p.ihv. hjivo rpniiirprl nn in- uaw" :iiM'(',iAii.l i0HBwir BUV1 'Jesl t& crease of 17 per cent over the budgets of 1910, HT una oo per cent over tne amount actually raised wftf in 1919 (see below). To make possible this in- - iM?j crease, everyone who can must give and give mmk. ji'j'm JP&'.-HbbII- ... 1 .viy- w- W - kSl'P fi rM .! IIMKAsl cc:u j. XI 1 1.1- ff lit w MSMZYMim, v KUavnllir Will,,,,,.? Eu-gp- no There aro many things to cratetul for. and tho dawn spirit Christmas should find us inBethleat tho feet of tho Babo of hem, nouring out ojir hearts in thanksgiving for tho numberless blessings that have been showered -- Hlpon us during tho year. Whilo we aro in tho midst of Joy and thankfulness, let uo not overlook tho fact that thero is an unusual number of poor and needy ones In our city this year. It would not bo possible for any person to contribute to nil, but each should endeavor to at least select one poor family In his locality and provldo something to add to tho Christmaa cheer of tho homo of such. Clothing, fuel and food aro most acceptable gifts, and there aro many and graceful ways to mauo eso gifts. If you havo nover oo- ore tried playing Santa Claus, as sume the role this 7ar and boo what a world of pleasure and satisfaction you will got out of It. Give tor the sake of Him who bocamo a littlo child to lead men to heavon. 1 c nlnn tn n4CnS prlng. Vice Prcaiaeat plation always in contemplation FINANCE COMMITTEE OS John X. Klnborger, who has been VELFAEE LEAGUE, ilea Stnrka nulldlmr. to grant Iroland Its mopdof free In Seattle the past five dom. Thoso rosy propsals aro, of located SBBtBrSSf W'ifiL L wffSSSSf BffH ;uuoi win arrivu uumu luuuuay IU How To Make Your Gift To Your course, ompty phrases, signifying spond tho holidays with family' and Welfare League nothing, ana as Arthur Griffith, triendB. Vice President of tho Irish Ilemih Fill out tte form lielovr. Mr. and Bartloy and a. You need not denlifonf e pnrtlcnlnr oreanlzatlon ia lie, told his peoploa fow days ainco Mrs. Virgil Mrs. Carlhavo your nil'. VndcnlKunied elfin nre put Into tlio Bartloy receive returned when tho latest "jplans" wero being from Now Haven,' where thoy wero General Fund find dlMrluutrd l,y the AVrlfnrc l.cusnc'a CREDIT DUE. WHERE Hoard of FreHldcnls, accorJlntr to the carcfally-plnnnc- d Aired. "Pay no attention to them: called by tho death ot Miss Grace bauectM of tne member or:niilr.nllons. 1. You may. It you rare to, ilrxlcnnto nny orKnnlintlon em; don't bother Whelan, Gen. Pershing in his visit hero don't discuss or orsnnlxqtlong to xlinre your clrt. Stntetnrnt of the Monday made a big hit with them.eso proposals aro Sunday arid nntountn dc.lsnntcd liy Klvrrn In mnllrd to cncli orcnnl. Misses Frances Malono and Elizawore neyor in beth Malone will return today from xatlnn on tbc flrat of enrh nionlb. Money la paid to with tho peoplo of Louisville and meaningless, a: when needed, na ahotrn by monthly flttnnclnl Sacred Heart Academy, In Now vicinity, and tho consensus of opin- tended to be. brought into force." report. York, to be with their parents, Mr. It 13 amusln howovor, to ox and Mrs. John T. Malone. is that he Is a typical Amorican mny pny now or nt your Inter convenience (before Yon ion S.;t m, SSSggSJBBSj. H JBBBB) December 31, JD.'O). public utterances leader, ono of whom tho nation can amino some oft Mail the aubNcrlptlon form (nnd pnyment. it nny) to bo proud. His speeches ring of tho British officials. For in y-- Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Dlorsen an well the AVelfnre League, 1105 Slurka bullillnR. fSfi II1I1 for future paymontx (If you Iiac planned nny) itIU with true Americanism, and whaC a stance, Lord French, Vlcoroy o nounce tno engagement or tneir &LrKZs , &5?i' daughter, Miss Claire Malro Dlorsen, be acnt you on the Uiite rhirli jnii litMO Inillcutci; on the disappointment thero must havo Iroland, who has been Intrusted wi 1 iBlllllBlS aubrcrlptlou form. For reonom'a unke rrcclpta will not to Burdetto T. Challlnor. No dato editors of tho British campaign toput do been to tho be acnt for payments mndr by check unlcaa jou nalc for has boon set for tho wedding. tuem. $ bs9Hbbme8Hbibb1 when ho said tho Sinn Fein "robo,Jlon,"Js qui DisV the Courier-Journv (Numbcra nt I.cf t of Nome Hrfer to Flcturea.) John Francis Dugan will arrivo that America was entitled to first m accord wun rresiaont uo vsjera, today from tho University ot Notre Pumocr. Vttis. Subscribe, place in winning tho war. Gen. u wo wouici juago by a speech flENT.ItAI. FCNn Damo, where he Is a student, to AMoclatrd Chnrltlra 811.315 ......... Pershing in his address said that livorcd by his lordship at' No spend tho X1S.14S ........ Fund Awoclullon 3 Kuliln' Milk Christmas vacation with American array was will- Brighton. "Wo aro anxious to glv 3 t'atlioUo Orphan Horlrty only tho 3.R80 s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank A Central Purchasing Kurenu 2 10 to all classes and denominations o adugan. ing to tako the initial stop In 4 Children' I'rre Iloepltnl l.nns ' ; 8 Chlldrrn' 1'mtfclUe AisocUt'in ?,a8 most dangerouu sec- Irishmen full Justice, and In so do vancing, at tho V iJ B Comraunltr 3,000 Council m Visitors from New Haven and ing bo Just to all," said French, 0 Consumer' Lcoirae 071 tor In tho Argonno at a, tlmo whoa 7 Kait Knd Day Nurwrr,, 1.33U Nelson county here last week wero n.flOu 8Klcnnor Tarrnnt Little FauniLitlun the winning of tho war was in tho "and I appeal to tho peoplo of Brit Mr. and Mrs. Will Greonwell, Mrs. '1,18.1 0 I'resli Air Home 10 Home or the Innocrnt O.ono Gen. Pershing said that ain to try to view the Irish sltua Florence Dawson, balance Misses Emma .V 11 Jtnnln Cardar Rnt Cottnee 1.1AO 31,U)7 IS Jflh Wrlraro Fcdrrotlon at a meeting of tho Allied Generals tion in a really Just manner.." Tho Hagan and Corlnno Wlmpsett, Mrs WW 15 Kentucky Child Itbor Association 100 Nick Greonwell, Mrs.. Charles Manone Jumped at tho chanco, and ho Irish people ask no more than that; honoy, Miss Suo Hagan, 10,000 Home '.. It Kentucky Children'! Society Soeic- tand Mr. IB Kentucky Humane SMIO any- "full Justice" sums up tho demands remarked: "Well, I don't think 10 Klnc'a Dauahters' DUtrUt Nurte Aisoclatlon 10.881 and Mrs. Jasper Johnson. 0,417 17 King's Danchtrrs' Home tor Incurables ....... body among tho allied armies can ot the Irish Republic. But of AisoeUtlon ...... 21.780 i&f ajtOO 10 'onIlllK Weeler House put It over, bo tho Americans will courso his lordship was "only talk Lieut. Frank J. Higgins, recently . 20 Neighborhood House 21.012 ing," It should not bo forgotten returned from overseas and now (too I.encue 20 take it." , H.1.V7 21 Plymouth Hettlemrnt House that his friend, Lloyd George, ad stationed at Gary, Ind spent the ,., ., lfl.Bt3' 25 Presbyterian Colored Mission. , B Psychnloxlrat Cllnlr 2,aw mltted two years ago that Ireland first of tho week vlslttag his parents, IMITATION AND REALITY. 2S Salvation Arry Citadel 10.183 Mr. ana Mrs. William M. Higgins .' ' u ifr& V School or Soclnl Work l.noo bad been submitted to centuries of Walter Higgins, of Chattanooga, fcVv y I Social Perrlre lCxrhance IJinn .SO We are not greatly interested in "ruthless and often brutal lnJuB- - was also hero to "visit with his 21 Susan Pored DnvU Home 20.010 'M$r (1.228 2ft Union Gospel Slllon ..... S3 BBBIIIBbbW , ''' i,M. ,r 21,813 the news announcement that the tlco," centuries of "Insult and in brother. !.VJi B Welfare Lraeue OfClce Experts SflapaaMBealHI iiS3ft r.vvi y'.TOther orcnnliatlonj Episcopal church Is to solonco." Perhaps Lord French will IaT(Tv nSMOHSHnBt Protestant KWW-SiDEBASING MARRIAGE. have a 'Popo" in this country. Tho advlso tho Premier to hoist tho $& ToUl dally papers havo given great prom- standard of Justico in Ireland and Tho habit of excessive outlay upon .333(J.08I young girls, treating them as objects inence to tho fact and an attempt perhaps ho won't. PLEASE FILi, THIS FOnsi OUT EVEN IF YOU SEND , of ornament and bringing them up aHtdrVBaBH PAYMENT IN FULL. is mado to draw a parellel between ,Wvf)"A BatHuTr in luxurious idleness, runs through 'Hfe w9E9tv 19 ...t Louisville isssssteH.1 r3lBr Let your Christmaa gifts be In every grade of society. Tho daugh th new arrangemont of our sepITlK' , NAME ..; , and that of the keoplng with the lowly origin ot ter at the blacksmith Is as likely to arated brethren :j& Catholic church. Somo differences tho great feast. It Is not the price oe aressca extravagantly in propor ADDHES3 , pointed out, but theso are of the gift that counts, but the tlon to his means as that of the mill are also I hereby subscribeto the MI latvJsBBfSP' ionaire for whom ho works. The superficial. It has been noted for sentiment behind It. LEAGUE income which tho successful vrotm For the fiscal year ending: Dccombor 31, 1920. & many years that the Protestant slonal man earns by his brains Is aVHaaS 'r.xM-- x Wm 't I will pay as follow.: l !$ riVH' Episcopal" church has been imitatThe eve of Christmas is a .fast equal to tho interest on a large bulk aat.... ...W'.. R ; Feb. 1. S ;,w : Apr. 1, S. ; Mar. 1, S Jan. 1, t of .capital; It gives him the feeling many things. That is uay. ing Rome 4n bbbbBTV fir'-v--, ir4KS ; Aug. 1, .... ; June 1,$ Kay 1, $ or amuencei. But In rearing his ; July 1, ? w-- : no doubt, as the Che .reason, daughter he is apt to wholly forest filiMtalj: ,... j SERVICES IN CHURCHES. ? Sep. 1, Nov. 1,1 i Dee. 1, J Oct. l. j "!?! True Voice intimates, why this move that his brains die with him. For " ' Amount herewith. 1 . Jn every Catholic appealed to the newspaper men as church th how many of the pretty, innocent ivacrtatm! ..mawwrnmun" Mg Pleaie Make Check 1'aynble to Welfare League. V I i WJ W'V-kVb&&-ouuernies wno brighten WKKfry t lllH S another stop in tho direction of tak feast oc Christmas will bo colebrat-le- today Is any provision our streets with the utmost snlendor nnrl made to ining ovor Catholic practices by thej anlamnltw fHIm sure them, five years hence, one lnni. .... tt Katecopaltans'. the writer to celebrate three maRspa on ihii. tithe ot the luxuries' which they now But . ... :v .. - i great . .. . day, and In all In this diocese enjoyi hqw many or them are points out tnat one sinning ainerqualified BBBKaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaHrW BWtBBBBBBBBBBBBBB&BBBBaKaak'' aaaaaaffaaWM'Imffl ' B. BaatlF li'tX !K bom between the Episcopal presid- - the first, a high maBs, will he at Th? effectto ofearn their own llvlne? BBaBBBBBBBWafBBIW. v5v , A PISMsKuBJiBiBBJSfJBIS&V-llaVSHBaiaBBBBRrrl89BVsKSA 'aaanBT V1' JL.J JlaaBBMfreffl? this cruel neglect in ' Bishop and Pope Benedict .XV.IggSS mt nMiTr taf nm" SSSl parents strikes deeper than mere mnm&&y m yywwWMmmk4mimLr.'A7,I wmnmfmmHwi C." i to that Bishop' Gallor (the presiding mu8ical programmes, la 'kBBBBBBBBaHi ; TIV LC jSS. which the poverty. Luxuries are made neces-"Kf,.Viai Wrf jqnscopauan uisnopj is eieciaa oniy uesi smpers everywhere will be sities for the irl. She knows that 3?J jniKss? on father she will tor a tsrra of bIx years, whereas the heard. Christmas is a time of gen- - lose the death of nwmm them. There Is but one way ! aBBBBBBBBBBBar V':. ? IBBBBBBBBBBBBBKiBBBnBSBBB Hi T ii.TSBBBa1ir ' ' .FTBT"TinT TTIIB BT .i7i'Mimpaat ot the Vatican throne is n aay tun or joy unless we con- - to secure them marriage with a '. . . K. ,C, JIH..VL. . "TsMTffTnsrnrf if f ffffliilWr for life. The "writer might tribute in some way to th Joy of rich man. There is the scret of ' v .JaBBflBBBBEsHsBBfaa' iWUnGBtmUU3mfrjt&B&M&:4t& vjaah JBBBBBBBBBBBlBBBBBOBBBBP's:'' vi IPP'i .,,',-- " have pointed out Pops Bens- - others. This can be best done by the vulgar Idea of marriage which is also. ' attPUBBBBV tSL.'Smt' .aal'laV. ' ' ' ' i V, , BniBHBnBBMHBBBBBBSBB9nSBBBBBBHK-:fifMffsk li ' 4tot Is tut successor of St. Peter, ' dolnS something for some poor fam- - debasing our social life: ot the v .ffitf m? J ? uuur ,r - ' women which fashion market for .PPolnUd chief.of the YrVths able society has become; ot the vol-- J onrv xiinur.iL, wn- - orphans, lor whom our gifts should untary sale of themselves by the p Bishop Gailor is ths beginning of bo tnoasttreo' only by our means prettieet girls ot each season to rich TJLUT 8KK NKW YORK. iness, were Mr. and Mrs. Joan Ferran, J. I. Setdemann, O. H. John The total membership of. thc. blssosd with c4d men ot the wretched homes, and Bishops ot the T1? wjw Ood fets Mm of ot the lanumerafele dtvorees that 'end Schuster, Misses Kathleen Mulligan bob Jaaies P. Thompson, J. 8. Lau- Daughters of Isabella, fast beeomittg; Effi (his lamentable history, Whet Is tee KsBtBekylsBs vJsUIbk In New York and SUsabsth Kaadtoy, James 0, rent, T, T. Aaiersea and J, A. a great order'for wosaen, bow sum S w oo dorlTOs ahi remedy? lidMlk lsst wsek, b.tii tor plstssre aad bus Young-- , C, I. SchlBdler, Wr B. Ms hers over 40,099. mWrlal way. , I Merlin Hogan, a former star of tho Twin City Baseball League, now Mayor Smith and the rest of thl located In Akron, Ohio, will arrivo TA....n i..1m.I.Ih fli. TTnll UUU WUUAw AlUUwU UUlillUlQ" ' homo today to spend the holidays. 11U1I nnil VAIJ1 Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Callahan tratfon wero elected to office In 1917 on a "reform" platform, which and Ml83 Patricia Callahan arrived Monday to visit Mr. Callahan's parfirst of all pledged a low tax rate. ents, Col. and Mrs. P. H. Callahan. This week tho "reform" crowd an T nounce that it will bo impossible for f T71wn,.f1 W. Alirl wlin lino fiann MWWU UU, .1 Mw MlU thom to get along on less than a! connected with tho Rest and Recrea League in tax rato of ?1.90, which Is tlfe tion homo noxt Hammond, Ind will bo woek for tho holl lllplirflf In trio Mafrtrv nt tYtn Vul days. . . .ww., w. .uw -- vvl N- 'Twas ovor thus tflth rnfnrm. Georgo Kremer, Jr., will return today from Morristown, N. J., to bo WORDS, WORDS. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Georgo u lair promises buttered any days. Kremer, during tho holi parsnips, tho Irish ques- Robert Harprlng arrived Thurs tion( would speedily cease to bo non tho oxlstent. Hardly a day passes thft day fromspend University ot Notre Dame to tho holidays tho cables do not inform us of somo parents, Mr. "and Mrs. F. with his G. Har SAME OLD STORY. " - r MMMMMflhifcM.iaiiii(i..i.i..i. ...mi J.y. L m Pleaso think of what you would Rive if each of those charities were to appeal to you separately: then, of what you will give to them altogether. Think of tho smiles you will hHrto fft wnarv tetrtam aVia nnmrncf tr Hwa.I I.aIIa.' V. courago to thoso who feel perhaps that no ono cares. What will you give to mako your Christmas spirit llvo In their hearts tho year around?, Wo urge that you malt your subscription In at once, so that wo and they may, know of your Intention to help; but your payments may be made ut your convonlcnco throughout tho year 1920. Your certlflcato making you "immune" from tho solicitation of theso organizations during 1920, and your quota ot Red Cross Christmas Soals. seven for each dollar of your subscription, will bo mailed you as soon as wo rcceivo your subscription. I. W. liornhelm llobcrt W. Bingham S. IJ. Hooker Alfred llru.ndols Fr.tnlc IJush Attllla Cos. Jr. Jloso Crnbfeldcr George 1!. Hays . A. T. Hcrt , I A. llcwett t? Vlc-l'rcalitent E. II. Illlllard Tronmircr Churchill Humphrey C. C. Mongol W. G. Munn ,, fc A h&S m .&& 4 i i 1 .; il It jp$ ffit m 5,C y&& 1V..1 Arthur B. Allen 'ii"5'' hftnnvnlonf Ttflfta1. Lafon Allen Charles W. Allen rrexldeat Lewis Atwood . John W. Barr. Jr. Mrs. Morris Belknap William B. Belknap Miss Jennla C. Benedict Secretary J. C. Murphy Miss Mattlo Norton William ItslHert Edward Sachs Will Speed Preston Tabb E. S. Tachau Vic I'rcal-t- at Marion E. Taylor Harvey Williams fm , x?jmii 'W J$s $mmt i jp &eiZ& w ?& . on . 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JCopXJOjarvi AMBHICAW:. tticr1rkt1ck1r1rkirickick1 fft?mfiffi?m AA AiltrtjrtriHt AArtfAiA:AAAAAi A CHRISTMAS GIFT that REPRODUCES ITSELF t r..- - WHEN you present a loved one with this gift it means that he or she receives a substantial sum in cash every three months, regularly, in the future. f, -- IN TIME the cash payments received exceed; the! value of the gift, while the gift itself more than when new. This wonderful gift is . is worth or 1 PREFERRED STOCK i. LOVISVILLE GAS Q ELECTRIC COMPANY HUNDREDS OF HOME SHAREHOLDERS will approve your good judgment when you decide to make a Christmas present of shares in a large, progressive enterprise with a long and successful financial record. Call at our office, telephone Main or City 2182; or use the coupon and we will send you details. . - . j - . j ' ' CHRISTMAS GIFT INQUIRY. 5 .., -- '. 1919. Louisville .i ' -i Gas 311 i Louisville Gas & Electric Company, , . 311. West Chestnut Street, ' Louisville, Ky. Please send mo" the details regarding; your 'Preferred Stock and 'its suitability" for a Christmas Gift. and Electric Company .' Incorporated in Kentucky Name '. ..... .:....... ' Address .... ; WEST CHESTNUT STREET LOUISVILLE. city flNYESTMENT DEPARTMENT j VVVVyyVyyv1'' 8B8KBSKma3SS . ; f.VyyyyVVVVVVVV,yVy MMM 'are rolled up and marked and laid voarln ffwHVitlns. iiwiiv fnr thn int VS Siiiimb niliiirlhiiiiiulliiiinirilniiiiiliiitiiiMiiiuiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiniiiHiiiiiliuiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiniiniiiiiiiiiiniiiiniiiiiniiiii!. Where Is the Seelbach Hotel? Jusf Across the Street From the "Convenient" . PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS. :': v- - I -- ,,!'. The attention, of our readers is called to the advertisers in the columns of the Kentucky Irish American. The thrifty buyer can not .do hotter than, read what they have to: say and then call at Hheir stores when in search of, holiday gifts and bargains. Read, the ads from first to last, see' what they are offering and study their prices. There Is sure to be something that you need and at prices that are reasonable. GREAT MUSICAL TREAT. Musical critics aro unanimous in their review of the Paulist Choristers' concert, a rare treat for which music lovers of Louisvlllo are greatly indebted to District Deputy Thomas D. Clines and LouiBvllle Council, Knihgie of Columbus. The consensus oV opinion of our best YOU Jhe Radical and Contradictor y Statements regarding the WOUId) THEY KNOW DY YOUR TEETH? &eethand i our 1920 Christmas Savings Club opens and will continue fifty weeks. Several classes have been arranged one to suit every member of the family. This Club will solve your Christmas problems. Join and save a little every week. You will get your money back with interest in one lum psiim one generous check in time to do your Christmas shopping. We invite you to become a member. Come in let us tell you about it. Save your pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters and dollars and join our Big 1920 Christmas Savings. Club. Acquire the saving habit and you will always have money. Safety Deposit Boxes for rent; Your checking account large or small is solicited. ON DECEMBER 15 Mouth K. vl Citizens Union Fourth Street Bank Where Coimience, Service and Safety -- Meet church unity octave. VThis year the Church Unity Octave, January 18 to 25, should be accorded an obesrvandb surpassing la unanimity and enthusiasm all. previous ' records. The sight of re- llgious contention te far spent, the day. Is at hand in which Christianity mtiet put on the whole armor of (Sod that it may stand in the evil day of national and international disorders, of, Bolshevism and So- etalism and war against God.- -, It is Uim to "call to "the other sheep," aymg "Come to the help of the Lord against the mighty," By so do- lag they ewt secure their .own salvation and. minister to. the glory and exaltation of our Holy Mother the Cbnrch, "that all may he toe" and "that the world may WMere. It . ' is in this spirit that we. should approach the Church Unity Octave,, and our watchword is make it universal. The fact that Episcopalians and Protestants of almost every name, arid the Oriental Schismatics to some extent, .are now observing this octave' as one of the ukf n consequences of the confer ences on xaiin ana- oraer, manes it the more imperative that by. our. works and prayers in behalf of the only' true and lasting unity we should exalt the church and the. Apostolic See as a city set on an hill ,who light- - can not be hid. The center of unity must he foremost I prayers' and efforts for that, unity waleh has already" awakened the Meetings of the "other sheep." Our. prayers must Bemore universal and earnest and our efforts alrenlc-eeeore-seek- sympathetic, like those of the iGood Shepherd. 'Never was there more opportune tmefork propaganda and prayers in behalf of unltywUh,thcF Chair of Pete'r. ing-an- il STOCKINGS FOR, CHRISTMAS. The Christmas stocking as .'generally known is one taken from the bureau supply foif dally wear. In certain parte of the! country, however, the Christmas stocking Is never in use except' to be "hung from the. chimney with care." The NaWlin gland stocking, of this kind iif jUBUUyJong,.in the leg and knitted, from woolen yarn, There" are TitocWtegs" oriCape. Cod which have" .been nsed-fbfour generations of children., Once emptied of their treasure on Christmas morning they y musical authorities was expressed as follows by one most competent to pass, upon the merits of the work of Rev. Father Finn and his boys: An antiseptic A concert of such rare merit as that given by the Paulist Choristers DENTAL CREAM at the Armory desesrves words of cf an Improved praise that. would seem exaggeraformula tion to anyone not fortunate enough with IPECAC and tb hear It. All. that, the advance noCHLORATE of POTASH tices promised and much more was unjoyed by the audience, whose ap preciation often rose ho the point of LAZELL. enthusiasm. Directed by, Father W. PERFUMER. J. Finn, some sixty or sovonty-meand Boys gav,e a programme whose Denial extreme difficulty was not Its NEVYYORK. feature. Any ono of the numbers sung Is in itself a study is a successful combination of .Chlorate of Potash and Ipecac. to which the performer must, bring; It contains also ingredients' which effectively clean and whiten the sternest application, besides' those rare gifts, a fine mind and a tile teeth and leave- in the mouth a delightful feeling of cleanOOOOOOOOOQ A voice of more than average beauty. liness. It gives you a greater assurance against Pyorrhea and From the first uttered note, the. perfect blending of tone was the feaother diseases of the mouth, teeth and gums than any other ture which most. Impressed the audi- -' dentrifice. enco The soprano of aboy's voice is fundamentally different f com that of a woman's. It has a more ethereal seraphic quality. sen-tne couPon an we an w "E1! ,w a io ay tUDe f 1 The soprano section of the Paul-ist- s possesses, a number of phenomenal voloee, whose perfect unity gave an almost celestial effect when Pace Powder. palso a sample of our 0M5ME DE MIRED OR and y they without limit in tbd tKyries and Glorias and other examples of sixteenth eentury Nnme. music- - In the second part Jeho who, lwul been keeping himself' in; thq background,, gave the r 'S Address. audience something of a surprise in it y PERFUMER Ncwburph, N. Y. S the Pvuccinlaria, and made persons wonder It theiy had notbeen transported backward to the; night when ,,,,,,,,,,,,,),, ,,,,,,,,!nlllMlinilMlllllllllllllUIIUMIpillHlllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIM1IIIMIIHIMIMIHIHIMnillMi;iMM. another .Irish tenor rouspd the s echoes of the same hall. He has of a very Bishop Muldoon; the department of Committee will be a permanent orWELFARE COUNCIL. .beautiful vfolce, .which he displayed lay societies, men and women, will ganization with office at :1'312 " in the exfluislte pianissimo finish On Wednesday of last week the be under 'the direction of Bishop ayenne. The permanent g management and support ot. whatof "Macushla," which he sang for Administrative Committee of the Schrembs. Archbishop Austin his first, encore, the second being an National Catholic Welfare Coiincil will be the director of the edu- ever work should be continued will Irish ditty'Jwhos homely humor was cational department, and Bishop be done by the National Catholic greatly enjoyed by those fortuhate met In Washington. There were Russell will bo the director of Welfare Council through its own enough to be nearest the stage. present, Archbishop Hanna, Aroh- - olic publicity and literature depart- - funds, under Its own independent, Masters. "Thomas Coates , and Will- Disnop; jjougnerty, Archbishop uow- - II1QUU - and separate administrative board iUU TJIJ- UDTi yUUUr Ui iam Probst, soprano soloists, de ling, Bishop Canevln. Bishon Mul- - Ion will act. as assistant secretary to and organization;, Father Burke 'lighted .their hearers, and were libBishop Shrembs, and' Bishop j the board.- It was decided that each will, .continue as Chairman of the eral In responding: to applatMe catl- Russell. i department .would have, lts'"repre-- i Committee on Special War Activiing tor efreoree. Miss Anne The Committee formed its organ sentative in Washlnston and these ties of the National Catholic' War at the piano, Bttnnorted the and apportioned the funds, te epraaRtaiitn&rm4 the Bicecuf (Council until its war and after the solo voices with' the hand and mind . eah a part menu .The department war work et fiwonirtruction is of a real artiat- of soefcl work will' be directed by IBoapd t Btahape. The Xxaeutlve over-medicate- d, 'only-unusua- have made the public skeptical, 'Intelligent people care for they do not irorry about whether the mouth their teeth they know the mouth is as natshould be Acid or AtValhta ure intended if the stomach is in proper condition. They demand a safe dentrifice, one that contains no grit, one that is not one that does not contain too much sugar, but a tooth paste made to thoroughly cleanse the teeth and keep the .mouth in a healthy condition and can be used freely with absolute, confidence that it is Safe. . I l ioHygienic - Cream "EWBURGHON-THE-HUOSO- V ,-J ''At ; f .,'1 f ' Actual Size 25 Cents yu - Jl ir XVXjjJCJ Laxoll's Hygienic Dental Cream MVJ& . cp wi soirdrr-apparentl- '"3 Fin-neg- an s& - fine-contr- Dow-lin- X' C- dc-o- - . Wol-co- tt, i o-- fgkari.kStriv', iH"ikSji . -- v' 'i'&&, &.H4& j- - " KAJ- -t, Sitt, ." . I wj riSiir. rMaitj i -" ?. '. .'" 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Sec our line and you can't go wrong- in your selection. - Give Him a Hat Rogers Church Goods Co. XHCORFOBATZD a dap Soft Felt Hats Stiff Hats.., Give Him Him Gloves Give I I ft ..' s 3 l A pMj The Cheney add beauty to its tones with the years. It makes a Christmas present of ing, worth, a gift cherished riot only for a year but a prised heirloom to be handed down to new generations. ever-increas JUST as arare,old violin improves with ageand a priceless instrument, so does 120 S. Fourth. Louisville, Ky. Something He Will Appreciate We also issue Christmas, certificates (an order) for a Hat Cap Gloves you name'the amount, vtj'Jl do the rest 'good until redeemed. HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY DIVISION . ' First and third Fridays.. Htberatafe Financial Home., 1818rJ8Sfr. Portland; President Tim. O'Leary. Vice President Walter Murphy. 1850 Portland avenue. Big Assortment 15 Reasonably Priced. $3.50 to $5.00 .$4.00 and $4.50 i Within these chambers, made of violin wood, ' Cheney tones are augmented wider perfect control They constitute only one of a scries of rtvolutionary inventions. J"he Cheney embodies a series of revolutionary inventions which enables it to reproduce tone with a sweet ness and mellow richness unmatched It plays aU records, virtually eliminates needle scratch, and seta a new standard in the art of repro3uction. Requests for this instrument are outstripping our supply. Wc urge you to come in to sec it immediately. Secretary Jobs Firms Bred-eric- Recording Secretary Joha Martin. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. Sergeant-t-Arm- s .Martin Sentinel Thomas Noona. A. Shee-b&-n. gave their employes Christmas Certificates last Xmas. They'll do it this year, too. CAPS $1.50 to $3.50 Cloth Hat8 $3.00 DRESS and WORK GLOVES I; mSSf kwjsflnaaiiimmmiiH. Regular Models are priced from $85 to $365 Console Art Models from $325 to $600 HUBBUCH BROS. & WELLENDORFF DIVISION 4. Meets second and fourth Mondays D. Meany. Bertrand Hall, Sixth street President John J. Barry. Vice President Mark J. Ryan; Recording Secretary Lawrence THREE STOKES eioffGMffea 228 West iybib m' Incorporitcd. nelly. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Langan, 2114 Hale "avenue. Treasurer John P. Burke. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Patrick ConSentinel M. THRIFT STAMP SLOGAN. "Buy thrift stamps and keep- the . Government financially sound" is tho message that has been sent around the country to more than 600,000 members of tho Knights of Columbus by William J. McGlnloy, Supreme Secretary. Becauso the "Caseys" have been found to be thoroughly efficient in all past tasks which tho Government has engaged them to participate in, the Treasury Department rocently requested Sec retary McGlnloy to boom tha thrift stamp Idea through the local councils of tho order. Tho Knights have been at tho service of the Government In the war, tho montllB following tho armistice and now the peace time reconstruction. They have placed throughout tho country moro than 76,000 former service men In Jobs, have assisted In war Insurance; aro recovering the lost luggage of the A. E. F.; havo supported all tho Liberty and tho Victory loan drives; awarded 400 college and university scholarships to returned fighters; planned evening school accommodations for moro men; than 100,000 demobilized have urged tho Roosevelt Memorial drive; located the graves of some 15,000 soldiers In Europe; supported tho Red Cross; aro fighting Bolshevism by educational methods and X finding missing soldiers. They aro now going to buy thrift stamps of Uncle Sam, tho Secretary states, and Intend to make a record Job of It by preaching tho Idea of thrift through stamps. ; J. McDermott. j.A..tfrtr4 PENDENNIS FOR A Market; 434 West Market; Fourth and Chestn- -' ' BUENOS AIRES What South America Republic Is Doing in tho of Reconstruction. Results of Drlvo for tho Establish ment of Agencies of Social Reform. A Worklngmcn's University Was Ono of tho Projects of tho "Push." BY SUPPORTED ALL PEOPLE. . y ' " H&88k$H$3$4 "" . ' FATHER DEPPEN. - ! c, The Rev. Father Louis Q. aged, seventy-tw- o years, one of. tho best known priests In Kentucky, has passed Into heavenly rest, and thus tho church and diocese has been bereft of another ot its most INCORPORATED lovable a.nd saintly men. Father Doppen passed away at St. Joseph's Wc dive and Redeem Surety Coupons. Infirmary at 6:50 o'clock Monday morning after a short illness of asthma, and announcement of tho sad news cauBed a pall of gloom to fall everywhere. The Rev. Father Doppen was born In Louisville and was a son of Henry Doppen,. President ot the German Bank here for years. In his youth ho. was altar boy at tho Cathedral when the Right Rev. Martln J. Spalding was Bishop of this diocese. Father On your Klft list thorQ Will bo few ttilnira that will "fit tin" religious leanings were markmore appropriately or that will bo more acceptable than a Talr ot ed In h(s youth. He was wont to "Cosoy Toes," the restful footwear. tell of an Incident of that time when Bishop Spaldlng whllo serving mass Made of luxurious soft felt and designed to fit one day said to him: "Young man, every curve of the foot, they are so warm and comfortable snugly some day you will bo a priest." A $ to. slip Into In the evening. And now Is the time to buy them, business career which began a3 n traveling salesman failed to hold wnue ine selection ana range of sizes is ample. tho Rev. Father Deppen. Ho often said that oven while engaged In busFor Mother, Sister, iness he never forgot tho prediction Wife, made by .Bishop Spalding. Ho entered his studies for the priesthood Sweetheart Friend. In 1873. Ho first attended Preston Park Theological Seminary, which gr Aviia ineso are snown in all of the nopu- uflico had as Its head Dr. George McClos-kolar colors, with chrnmn Irlrl nnloa a brother of the lato Bishop , P"CC8 1.70 to SU.7S McCIoskey. Ho afterward finished WOSIEN'a JULIETS These have fur and ribbon trimmings, !! his studies for the priesthood at leather soles- - and heels, and may bo had in all the staple colors Innsbruck, Austria, in tho Tyrol. Tho Rev. Father Doppen was orprices 91.75 to 92.45 j.vi3.s in 1878, nno wani colors areviiu juh enrorae soies ana leather dained a priestChristmas andsald his first mass on soles, and heels; the day of brown, gray and black year in tho Cathedral hero. that prices 92.00 Ui $3.25 X For , , short periods ho had missions at BOYS COSEY TOES Leather soles and heols. and ninn kM $ Campbellsvllle and Bowling Green 4 curome soies; me coiors aro gray ana DiacK and was chaplain for some tImo at per pair 81.75 tho German Orphans' Homo. After MISSES' COSEY TOES In kid chrome and also with Whn- tho death of tho Tttv Vafhnr Win.. X soles and heels; the colors are red, pink, light blue and old rose- Brady he succeeded him as chaplain t oi. dosepn-,- miirmary, where ho prices 81.45 to 81.75 had his home for tho past decade. INFANTS' COSEY TOES A dainty warm little slipper to InFather Dnnnnn linrl Tionn Inloriufml case the feet of "the dearest baby world." They have soft In the publication of the Catholic are shown In pink, blue and old rose; sizes 2 to 6 felt soles, and itecoru ror tne last quarter of a cenper pair $1.25 tury, In addition to his work In the SHOE SECTION BACON'S SECONJ). FLOOR. Priesthood. TTn rlnvntr.fi ttinot nf hit, time during his late years to this ul&&&4&&&&A&'&&&&6t-,ijuuucauon, ana tooK an active part ui veiling out tno uecord, last weok. The Rev. Father Deppen is survived by a sister, Mrs. Mary Vigllnl, widow of the lato President of tho A professional man successful lawyer some years Gorman Bank, and one brother, Charles Deppen. The funeral was before his death hold Wednesday morning from the Cathedral, attended by Bishop O Donaghue and a great number of priests from this and other dioceses, as well as many people of all creeds. Dep-pe- n, 8 A Splendid Showing Of COSEY TOES sun-bleach- ed Dep-pen- 'a J Father, Brother, or I iwtii y, ! in-t- he tltflttlflllQ f i Said: "Had I have let cheap and wildcat securities alone and turned my money over t a Trust Company to manageforme I would be very" much better off." i: iI Think of this, Mr Doctor, Lawyer Preacher and Teacher Fidelity and Columbia Trust Co. Fourth and Main wetecOo ae:BKA.MMM FATHER CROWLEY'S SURPSIBE. Very Rev. T. L. Crowley, former prior of St. Louis Bertrand's church, now pastor of St. Patrick's church, Columbus, Ohio, was given a surprise by the members of his congregation recently. The surprise consisted Jn the presentation ot a Dodge automobile to the beloved pastor, and Father Crowley's many friends and admirers here are equally rejoiced over the tribute. CAN'T GBT HOMK. Owing to the difficulties ot transportation, the Rev. George Connor, oastor ot St. WJHIam's church, will not be able to get home from California for some Itme. so he announces lira lenr tn Hie Rev; X. g Fitzgerald, of Owsutore. 4. Ha ; Columbia Building OmMaI w4 Trend far jew iMMMMMHM, M MMHM Mk look upon tho Wo somothtmc3 South American republics as lacking In tho spirit of enterprise and Initia tive which dlstlngutsnes tnoir siBier republic to tho north.. Some people Imagine that- - tho people ot South America need, a good deal of our vigor and "push" in order to come up to the standard ot progressively democratic nations. A little attention to some vast projects for social progress recently brought to a happy- - conclusion In tho capital city ot Argentina will teach us how wo may learn methods from our southern ANNIVERSARY. neighbors.. This prpject was nothing less than the securing of a fund Three hundred members of Louls-vlll- o of $10,000,000. for ,the general soCouncil, Knights of Columbus, cial welfare of the country. attended an initiation Jjanquot, The carrying out of such an un- .which also. marked tho twenty-firdertaking on so vast a scale has tho In tho never been attempted In .our coun- anulversary. ot Inn council, Sunday Hotel try. But In Argentina It was not Loulsvllle-Ol- d night. Another large and represenonly attempted, bucrbrought to a happy conclusion. From a booklet tative class of new members wero BeInitiated which outlined directions for the sides tho during the afternoon. num new members unci n. team3 conducting the "great drive" we learn that this unique enterprise ber who regularly attend tho affairs was decreed by the Argentine Epis of the council, some charter memcopate,, organized by tho Catholic bers were present to celebrate the Charles F. Taylor Social Union of Argentina, and was anniversary. Impromptu at once highly rcconfhionded by tho prcsmea as toastmaster. Judgo Matt. ', leaders of public onjnion In the speeches wore made byA. Watson, Robert country. Participation In the work O'Doherty, INCORPORATED was not limited to., uatnoucs nut Father Charles P. Raffo. Col. P. H. was open to "all men. ot good will." .Callahan, Frank A. Geher.Rnd Hon. IT The namo under which this sig- is., J. Mcuermott. nificant undertakings was launched GIRLS ASSIST SANTA. and by which It became known as tho most "popular campaign" ever St. Helena's Club Inaugurated by tho people of the Republic was "Tho Great National has adopted Hut No. 3, formerly the Collection for tho K. of C. Auditorium, and will furand Promotion ot Social Peace in nish tho ontertalnments at that hut SLASHING VALUES AT THE objects beginning Thursday, December 18. Argentina." Some of tho aimqd at .were the securing of a Tho committee in .charge has largo measure of freedom for wage planned a number of entertainments earners;" erection of a general office during the holidays, starting with a Largo Assortment of Watches, Diamonds, and Leather Goods I for social service; establishment ot Christmas tree party on Christmas Carry Many Articles Sultablo for Xmas Glfta Wo a worklngmen's university night. To Kinglo to rural savings banks; Institutes extend his enable old Kris as far as Xmas cheer Bargains la any Unredeemed for women and young' people, .ana possible to our soldiers who must establishment of other- unlift' agen remain In camp on that day tho Pledges for article yoH need cies according to nee'd. Musical iHstra- committee wishes to announce that Salo Cheap Though all, without regard to donations of money will bo gratements, Cutlery, creed or station, were appealed to fully received from now until Xmas In this groat .work, tho clergy and evo at the National Catholic Wa? Clothing Gi tho Catholic people ot Argentine, Council, whore a box for that purFurnishings as might be expected, took the lead- pose has been placed. Cash Paid for Old Shoes a ing partj The Union Popular Gold, Diamonds, I i Hats Argentina or Catholic Social Mir 1 CHURCH OF OUR LADY. Watches I VHhHHd I Union ot Argentine was foremost In promoting the work. For ono of Tho Christmas masses at tho Its principal objects, accordlng to tho first clause of- Its constitution, Church of Our Lady, 3511 Rudd organlzo and avenue, will be at 5:30 a. m., 7:30 is "to promote, S) MONEY fciLOAN the Catholic forces ot p. m. and' 9: 30 p. m. The ladles of a National Council, for all moral, the congregation will install a LOANED VV religious and social 'activities." The Christmas crib for tho feast. The On Anything clergy alone contributed 170,000 figures aro large and beautiful. S - Twelve ot the children of tho paropesos to the work. of Value Tho great drive was announced chial school will sing "Holy Night" Phono City 125 125 W MARKET ST. Louisville, Xy; In all the theaters, and a weekly previous to the commencement of bulletin was published during the tho first mass.. Tho crib was made campaign giving details of the prog- by Mr. John Schwoebel, a member . ress of the work. In all public of tho congregation. Its rustic squares there were: thermometers. makeup will be attractive Tho nine feet high, announcing tho re- .friends of tho congregation are In Parishes, schools, clubs, vited to visit tho church during sults. business organizations, women's as- Christmas. sociations, etc., had their special teams. Many ladies gave not only GREETED BY FRD3NDS. money, but oven their jewels. Moro than 5,000 Socialists In Buenos Col. Matt-J- . Winn, Vice President Aires declared their acceptance of the principles governing this great and General Manager of tho Kenwork, as they understood that Its tucky Jockey Club, arrived in Lou'Is-vllpurposes, If realized, would yield Tuesday to attend a meeting of More than 19,000 People received their checks last week tor them larger returns than any of the the Board of Directors and spend a few days among his old friends. nearly a. half million dollars saved by nickels and dimes and eifcr wild promises of 'agitators. It Is gratifying to learn that at Col. Winn has Just returned from small change. this time of universal social up- the East and says that all of the big heaval our brethren ot the faith 'In stables will make nominations for the Argentine Republic are making the Kentucky stakes. The Kensuch splendid efforts to bring about tucky Derby especially will draw a It's not hard after you the ora of Christian justice and big representation from tho East. NOW. Come in and get a start and the best time to start fa membership card. You too, can have charity. Their project was successa check coming to you next Christmas for $5, $12.50 and on urn ful beyond all expectation. The WELCOME VISITOR. promoters looked forward to real$500. izing a sum ot $10,000,000. But James Roland Fox, a handsome Buenos Aires 'alone subscribed and gladden the home of Mr. and while the provinces . and youth, has arrived from country districts had not yet report- Babyland to be the Christmas guest Don't put off Joining our club, and don't say this ed when the account on which thlp Mrs. Elmer J. Fox. The proud hm& naper is based had been written father is manager of the Superior work with you. Try it. Your first payment makes you plan a member Their, work Is an, example of tha' Optical Company. there's no membership fee. fiae solidarity that should bind all our workers in the common cause WINTER BBGINS. of renewing all things In Christ May our own endeavors, along thlr Winter begins tomorrow, which line be blessed with the measure or wjll be the shortest day of the year, lueceea that crowned that of- the For the week the days will lengthen CataollM of Arsgatbt. oniy a xew minutes. MERRY ,r CHRISTMAS PURE FOODS "up-to-dat- e" st A. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. 0443"SfrtM CUT RATE LOAN BANK rJL r 7 k Cath-olic- j HHi - tmsia '&? Sjf ' Xflft3v" JI . Christmas Savings Club -- OUR 1Q120 le YOU SHOULD JOIN NOW! SVE FOR NEXT GHRISTMAS 4. . $13,-000.00- 0, ten-poun- d GET THE SAVING HABIT Kentucky Title Savings Bank&Trustfo. - Fifth and Court BO, Plate " KS fS . ., l) L'J .: r ' v.-.w.sa-.ul ' - "V1" 4 Ss' ' A aaisafe.&t&-e'- ' "A v- - c2srrrorv' " txtimvt ljwokhcxoajn:. ?J x . - . i" AAAAcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA? AAAAAAAVyyVVYyYVVVVfV-MP,'VVVo if- AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA v J- A I DoYouBelieve in Protecting Your Family? msiur tand You will of course answer tho question "Yes," but what hava you dono toward carrying out your good, intentions and your .Idea of, your duty- - to your wife and little ones? Good intentions re all right when acted upon, but If not carried Into effect, they will not buy the necessaries of Hfo for your loved ones when you aro dead gono. Many a widow and orphan are today suffering as tho f llin no 1 Anon noc filirl nrnffrnoftnO 1 Al Ctt tTlA TlliaHntlfl nftfl father whoso Intentions were good, but who failed to carry them 1 &K. ur " Wfckfc BUy TOYS EARLY This enables you to select from a complete slock ana get good service. Later on you can I gel either. iAftftHeadquarters Diamond AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAA iHyrftoMyLM t Xff MATT IRION & SONS 404-40- 6 out. "LsyJL 76 ' Page - Xmas Catalogue FREE $7.50 to $50.00 $2.50 to $20.06 $3.50 to $20.00 WEST MARKET STREET ASK OR WRITE FOR IT. What Kind of a Husband and Father Are You? If the right kind, act now when you can, for tomorrow may never como to you A Life Insurance Polocy will take your place in providing protection for your loved ones when you are called away. Let us show you tho comparatively small cost. Telephone tho Company and our Agent will tako pleasure in explaining tho cost of the different kinds of policies. 30 Styles Automobiles from Velocipedes from Reed Doll Carriages Jewelers and Opticians GOODS LAID ASIDE ON PART PAYMENT Airplanes,' Guns, Soldiers, Battleships, Dolls, Steam Engines, Trains, Etc. Commonwealth Life 106-llOS. Insurance! Co. Fifth St. Cumb. Main 383 New Home Office J. Louisville, Ky Home City 81208121 D. POWERS, President tmm&w hVyVVVVVVWVJt PEOEUES5 PROVIDKNT INCORPORATED At . established V a m 1B7Z abma. f ASSOCIATION Total Cost for 6 Months $3.25 $4.00 $4.75 $5.50 $7.00 $8.60 XiOANS MONEY Following Amount $15100' -- - DARWIN W. JOHNSON, Secretary and Treasurer. I. SMITH HOMANS, Assistant Secretary and Actuary. LOUIS G. RUSSELL, Managor Industrial Department. $10.00 ' - Rates: Total Cost for 3 Months $1.-7-5 $20.00 $25.00' $30.0Q- - $40.00 $50.00 MEYER BERMAN fj Comparo this cost with what othors charge. This association was n organized by citizens to "protect worthy borrowers against oxorbltant charges." Among its stockholders are the following: well-know- $2.15' $2.50 $2.90 l $3.25 $4.00 $4.75 .(Other Amounts in Proportion) $2.50.". J? HIGH GRADE 202-3-- 1 THEO. AHRENS, CALDWELL NORTON, CHAS. C. STOLL, ALEX. G. BARRETT, VINNIE B. SMITH. I. W. BERNHEIM. - CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS Coleman Building Both Fhoncs 2330. S. E. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON ' AT POPULAR PRICKS ALSO A BIG LINE OF i Chas. H. Bonnier, Prcs. Geo. Gulig, V. P. Chas. Gutig, Cashier. WORKMEN'S CLOTHING SUCH AS SECURITY BANK Market and Preston Streets Capital and Surplus Fund $400,000.00 Safety Vault and Boxes for Rent Three Per Cent. Interest Paid on Time Deposits Chas. H. Bohmer, Corduroy Pants, Suits and Overalls We cash Liberty Insurance and Kentucky Xmas Checks. Title 5 KING ALBERT OF BELGIUM PAYS TRIBUTE TO ROOSEVELT'S MEMORY WITH WREATH ON GRAVE King Alcbrt, guided by Lieut. Col. Thoodore Roosevelt Jr., bearing a floral wreath to tho grave of Colonel Roosevelt at Oyster Bay la tor standing by the grave 'for some moments. DIRECTORS Wm. S Monts, Geo. Gutig, John Marshall, Milburn P. Kelly H. H. Stockhoff, J. H. Schildt, &JttW&ttK&ttl&A Jos. Hubbuch, Sr. Seb. O. Hubbuch John A. Hubbuch 216-21- 8 WEST MARKET STREET AND EYE GLASSES - Between Second and Third. -- X PERFECT FITTING SPECTACLES OD INCORPORATED Oculists' Prescriptions- Southern Optical Company FOURTH AND CHESTNUT. The Last Dollar 1t , 4 , yo tf ! for somethlBt y SAVINGS ACCOUNT wit thS HA twk T(i Tbr MAY COMK a Us vkn ysvr "LAST DOLLAR' fex Mmethiic yo DO NEED. Th. SAVING mw M Mw jKat b. 'rndiii, 4Ur yM an waatUK Blg;at knj that "kard tlw.'t fraa bk; mt NKBD to bear liter wI kar itMtca COMPOUNDED tt -- Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Cp. Fifth and Court Place. Ifejly Until 3 p. m. B - Setwrdays Until 7- - p. m These wax candles aro about throe side, and the flfo and fiddle, attuned feet In length and threo inches In to tho finest pitch, aro brought into circumference and are burnod night- requisition, at the sound ot which ly from December 25 to January 6, tho young and tho old danco with tho feast ot the Epiphany, as those vim and energy, jigs', reels and twelve days are generally given over hornpipes until tho clock tolls tho to the celebration ot Christmas, es- midnight hour, after which' the Has a RolIgIous Significance- la Ire- - pecially in the rural districts. All friends and neighbors generally work save which is imperative is But before the festivities end load Uncqualel ' In Other' abandoned during this time. Holly the memory of some momber of tho in abhndance decks every available family, now a resident of America Countries. pieca of furniture within the home, or tar off Australia, Is toasted in and the good, old pious mothers of a poetry and prose of a most laudafew generations ago told the chil- tory nature His or her generosity belief love All Houses Furnished With Largo dren with fullmidnight In the state- to the old folk, and the filial preson the feast as exemplified in substantial ment that, at Candloa-Jjlght- ed of Christmas, angels came and ents which the exiled children ot ia Every dwelt Jn oyery branch and opening Ireland have manifested since emiWtoaow. of the holly. gration became' a chronic, national For weeks previous to tho festival necessity, Is also joyously portrayed tho houses,' especially in tho coun in song and story, try, are an renovated ana whiteTho feast of the Epiphany, or EdlfylBg Sight to AVitncss Old aad washed and the barns and stables little Christmas, is a holyday of obare the object of a rigid overhaul- ligation in Ireland) and is observed Young Itopalrlng to Lonely, ing. Tho cattte receive special at with almost as much solemnity as Is Chapel, tention anu are ueuer leu ana Det-t- the greater feast. On St. Stephen's housed during this time than at day, the 26th of December, the boys any other period throughout the and young men hunt and kill the year. Farmers show their generos- "little wren," and carry it with TUB GOOD, PIOUS OLD MOTHERS ity to their neighbors in less fortu- measured step and soldlorly mien nate circumstances by donating but- from house to houso, from village ter, eggs, cream, milk, potatoes and to village. Generally, the marchers every other farm product; and in are rewarded with slight contribuAll nations celebrate the festive performing this philanthropic act tion which is s'pent for social purfeel, owing to the happiness of the poses on that evening. Several season of Christmas, but nonu recipients, that it is more blessed to legends are extant stating why the with the methods of cele- give than to receive. "wren" above all other birds inWhat an edifying sight to witness curred in a particular manner the bration In European countries will gainsay the fact tbat In Ireland, a on Christmas the old and the young displeasure ot the Irish people, but land ot sainted hiemorles and living, repairing to the lonely chapel, as space will not permit me to comthrobbing faith, the feast has a re- they call it, In the gray dawn of the ment upon- - the authenticity or lack ligious significance uuequaled in any morning, some coming a distance of of it In this brief sketch. other land. And this is but natural, four miles, on foot to approach the xears nave passed away; cen as, without complying turies have come and centuries havo for in the darkest hour of their altar-rai- l, checkered, but glorious history, the with this pious and gone since the glad tidings ot the Irish people, Instinctively religious, custom, they would deem them- first Christmas morn was heralded have ever, been exceptionally loyal selves Catholics but in name.-'Whto th world, yet today in Ireland to the tenets and doctrines of that piety and reverence did not these the same relIg(ous spirit which enchurch, compared with which the fervent worshippers evince as the. veloped the manger at Bethlehem oldest dynasties are but of yester- .venerable pastor-- , Invoked in fervent is as fresh and vivifying as ever. prayer Haavsa's Choicest favors up day. On Christmas eve all houses are on every memuer oi his congregaSUSPEND JURY TRIALS. furnished with large candles lighted tion! What a warmth of friendship The British Cabinet, according to and placed la. every window, signify- and affection did not his grateful ing the light which guided the Magi people return him, who, la- all caws th London Dally News of Saturday, in their march to Betbjehem; anS. of narrow or mlafartuae, is their has decided to suspend trial by jury for orimea ot violence ia Ireland aai ia the south of Ireland, this to the guide, counselor' only night that folk will allow durOb Ouristmaa sight the family to substitute tr,ial by a eommiseion ing the twelve' iays of qhrlstatM. and frionds gather reknd the fire of throe Judges. CHRISTMAS - Jos. Hubbuch, Sr., and Sons DBAIvSR&IN WALL PAPER, CARPETS AND RUGS Home Phone, City 4300 1124-2- 6 ro-.tlr- e. -- ' West Market Street. It Has the Quality. er You'll Never Make a Mistake iu Ordering Our For Your New Homo LUMBER INCORPORATED con-yarsa- nt BROOK AND A STS. GRAY-VO- N ALLMEN tlmp-honor- at Sanitary Milk Company IF YOU WANT MILK CALL, , CITY 540-54- 1 - aad'-rrlea- d? ' ' JJ vtv -- i - 'i,0 '..- 'i r - 2i i' ,. Az..s 0 KENTUCKY RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentuckyvlrlsh 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. ZRXJ&EX 'AJMJlkJL&AXm RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS fvJsSixfiHilHsBeBH WKKKKtKKSP''' i?yY&c&mG&Ewi-- 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. G. RORK.PrciUml. HERBERT JHHKIN3, Ste. MACARONI SPAGHETTI EGG NOODLES uJ Tkm PBNDBNNI8 Inc. A. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. REPAIRING WEST BROADWAY. VULCANIZING INCORPORATED CO. 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XMAS Phones 2 ltiflviBl Uullslllt Kit to FATHER or MOTHER C UK FIRST EXCLUSIVE PHOTO OF THE COMMISSION IN BERLIN. d Commission Exclusive photo Just arrived from Germany shdwiag the officers of the in Berlin. Bottom row left to right Col. Parker, head of tho American mission; Gen. Dupont, head of the French mission; Gen. Malcolm, chief of tho British mission; Gen. Bensivenga, "head of tho Italian mission, and Gen. Monkovitz, of tho Russian mission. Top row loft to right Capt. Zeneval Potosky, of Russian army; Major lh S. A,; Lieut. Col. do Charey, of Franco; Lieut. Col. Ruggeri, of Italy; Lieut. Col. Tilbury, British army; Liout. Col. Ryan, of American Red Cross; Lieut. Col. McCready, of Great Britain; Capt. Langfeldt, of Germany; Capt. Toupard, of France; Liout. Lomot, of the French army, and Lieut. Poroy, of the Belgian army. INTER-ALLIED 3245, Main 603 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUF. or City. COMPANY Inter-AHIe- r. B. YANN DAHIY Incorporated. 0 ARTHUR A. WILt BUILDER 008-51.- SOUTH WENZEL ST. Both Phones 4202 JOHN D. O'LEARY & CO. Headquarters for CITY See Underbill St. Qeo. Dearborn Manager I 1 8431 MONTGOMERY STREET Home Phone Shawnee 1010 JOHN B. WATHEN PACKTNa C30 South TweatySJxtti 8t West 1114 Shawnee 198C LONG DISTANCE HAULING "' FURNITURE MOVING AND "11 ANV OT.rj HAT MADE TO LOOK LIKE NEW. Uwael PELT HATS CLEANED 5U AND REBLOCKED, CENTS. Hat Cleanlnp and Blocking our specialty. NATIONAL HAT CLEANING -- WU1UV3 Albert Smith, Prop. 533 WEST MARKET STREET Homo Phono. City S161 City 3174 OLD L.EAKY ItOOFS CAN BE MADE LEAK-PROO- F 8UFBKX.ASTX0 XXTEWTATIOXAX. COATXWQ 00. 649 SOUTH SECOND STREET LoulBv'llle. Ky City 8174 Guaranteed Ten Yeara Barrela so cats Per Q alios J. M. BOS BUCKNER TOBACCONIST WHOLESALB tvesi Mala Street Louisville, Ky. 'I LUBOLINH Correct lubrication for all motors. Doubles life of new cars. Improves old ears. Select Pennsylvania crude used la Its manufacture. STATES GASOLINE ALL POWER Uniformed and efficient service in all seasons: dally delivery servlco to all parts of city. , STATES Oil! CO. Successor to Domestic Oil Co. mas was Just liko any other day in thought In their homes of Christmas tho calendar. Even after tho Purl-ta- n merrymakings and littlo out of reaction against tho forms and which to provide It. There's a song In tho air! OPTROMETRIST, customs of tho old church had After the war there wore still There's a star in tho sky! spent it self to some extent tho lean years, but by tho opening of 315 Starka BuiIilljS. Tliirk Floer There's a mother's deep prayer children of tho 'seventeenth cen- tho nineteenth century peace and And a baby's low cry! Fourth and Walnut tury still expected no gifts In honor plenty smiled upon tho land and And tho star rains its flro PlioaeCily 11SO of tho birth of Christ. Santa Claus' found it safe to resumo Whllo tho beautiful sing; In New Amsterdam tho outlook his visits and mako his distribu PRICES THE LOWEST For tho manger in Bethlehem was a littlo better for tho children. tions. Cradles a king! Tho Hollanders had brought with Joy THE FOUR BEST SELLERS Thero'o a tumult of them their St. Nicholas, and his TUARY AND HER HOLY CHILD. birthday was celebrated Joyously by O'or tho wonderful birth, IN KENTUCKY boy young and old Just boforo Christ- Pilo high tho turf upon tho flro, For tho Virgin's sweet niuo Ribbon Twist O. IC. Twist mas, but Christmas was also ob Is the Lord of tho earth. And make tho cabin bright, War Hawk Twist Dixie Twist Aye! the star rains its flro served Of cottrso, they had not And put no bolt upon tho door many roal toys as wo know them "Mndo Where Tobacco Grows." While tho beautiful sing, This blessed Christmas night; today, but In tho shoes that tho lit- For, if so bo they pass this way, For tho mangor in Bothlehom John D. Moore Tobacco Co. Cradles a king! tlo Hollanders set by tho fireplace And sho in troublo soro, in tho shining kitchen, which was They'll know an Irish welcome waits Incorporated also tho living room, were homeBeyond the open door. tho LOUISVHiLE -- - -- - KENTUCKY In LIo light of that star made gifts. Many of these Wero of tho ages Impearled, Offices 41S Lincoln Building And that song from afar General a useful character, such as hand-ka- it Now place tho Christmas candles Cumberland Plionc: Main 120. caps and mittens, but now and Has swept o'or tho world. there Every hearth Is aflamo, then a skillful Hollander would Put ono In overy pane Mark Sales, Pres. carvo a model of a boat such as that That they may see the blessed light tho beautiful sing J. C. Jacobs., Sec. and Treas, In And homes of the nations which had brought them to New tho through tho rain. Amslordam, or a miniature chest of Tho curfew calls across tho sky, That Jesus Is King! L. GRAUMAN & CO. diawers, and one can fancy the reTho winds are keening low; cipients showing theso with pride Who knows but hero they'll rest a Incorporated Wo rejoice In tho lightf to tho wondoring Uttlo Indian boys And wo echov tho song whllo Sealers Za All Jdads of Offle. aad That comes down through tho night and girls when they camo to be on As on the way they go? CasU Beglc Store Fixture, Safes, terms of sufficient amity with them From tho heavenly throng. ters, Show Cases, Counters, Aye! wo shout to tho lovely for such conference. Ono Christmas evo, long, long ago, Shelving1, sto. Evangel they bring, Tho doors wero bolted fast, In Virginia, where tho Church of S10 WEST XAXX BTBIfiBT And wo greet in his cradle England was strong and Its adher- And in tho dawn's gray light thoy Home Phone. City 1838 Our Saviour and King. found ents steadfastly observed the holiJoshlah G. Holland. Tholr footprints as they passed. days as In tho home country, there NATIONAL HATTERS was always moro of the Christmas For this tho Christmas lights are 325 WEST JEFFERSON STREET set, spirit and abundant cheer and merTho doors arc open wide, DYERS AND CLEANERS rymaking --than ejpawhere at this aeason. Here tho Yule log held its That In her travail 'she may know Monday Special Suits Cleaned A place sho may abide. place and lioro'wero tho games and Hats and Pressed for $1.23. tho feasting that made it lndcod the Blocked and Cleaned, 60c. merry season of tho The inns wore fulL but thoro is Banned SnntaClaus and Christmas when Now Amsterdam year. Later CALL FOR AND DELIVER room became Now Home Phono, City 1931 Day Liko Any Was This blessed Christmas night, York and the English came into power tho character of tho Christ-ma- g For Mary nnd her Holy Child Other. (WHEN IT'S YOU!! holiday .was changed somewhat, Whore shines tho Christmas light. .MOVE although tjio Dutch influence con- Then set a eandlq in each pane, 'M rsA Both Both years. That, passing, sho" may know for tho tinued dominant for many Phones No Festivities or Gifts Throughout tho colonies in the A welcome waits tho Holy Child Faoais Children In tho Early Whero Christmas lights, bright seventeenth and 'eighteenth cenglow. Days. LET US KNOW turies toys were an almost unknown Rov. D A. Casey. factor, but wherever Christmas ob Local nnd lonir distance movlncr with Only Christmas Trees Were Those servations wore n6t frowned upon motor vans. Furniture, packing and IRISH NATIONAL BUREAU, by religion feasting and good cheor shipping; All work guaranteed. Es Nature Had Planted wore abundant, and bond and free, cneeriuuy xurnisnea iree or timates Tho Irish National Bureau will rich and poor, bid "and young, There. charge. shared In tho games, abundant food supply without charge copies of tho A. A&HO&X) fc SONS A SONG IN THE AIR. -- OR. JOHN P. BECKER SAM L. ROBERTSON 1. CONTRACTOR FOR AND FARM PROPERTY ua about anything la real ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOSK estate. We sell, buy and rent. Twonty-slxt- h 1810 S. 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. St. Home Phone City 4464. '' Home Phone Shawnee S68 . SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. Loans to those having regular incomes or salary, with no publicity or red tape. Loans to housekeepers an their personal security. WM. P. HANNON : CONTRACTING PLASTERER P. It. POOLEY, Room Brook and Bloom Cumb. S. 161-- T Building, City 8380 1, Courier-Journ410 S. Fourth Street. al "SOUTHERN STAB" jtfae SLICED BACON THE VERY BEST "All Heady for Your Griddle la Morning" HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVHiLE. PROVISION CO. Incorporated DEAD ANIMALS EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS Homo Phone Shawnee 801 HENRY GOSS Rooflnsr. Gntterinar. Rnnntlu Tin Roofa Repaired and Palates HIGHEST CASH Call Homo Cumb. Phone Main 721. PRICES PAH) Phone City 721; CO. LOUISVILLE RENDERING HAMBLY BROS. SHOE Asphalt Shingles a Specialty 8011 W. Broadway, Louisville. Ky. SECURITY & LOAN CO. Incorporated. A. Lazar, Manager Money Advanced on Your Plata Nete GLOBE STORES PURITANS All Kinds of Footwear Whole Family Two HAMBLY'S For the 80th and Portland. 18th and Blagazlna Stores Shaw. 1716 City-716- 4 uiy west Jeucrson street (Second Floor) Home Phono City 2967. CHRISTMAS BANKING CLUB START ONE THIS MONTH WITH THE JNO. P. MORTON & CO INCORPORATED jtja, South Louisville- Bank - Established 1820 Louisville, Ky. OFFICE OUTFITTERS STATIONERS Foarth and Central AvCaae Both Phones 2406 PRINTERS AUCTION (Incorporated) 425 West Mala Street t STOKAOE CO. IGNORED TnE BIRTH OF CIIRIST If You Are an Employer AndJNeed a Girl Worker,; OR In tho early days of this coun'Ai Near to Von at tbe Neareet Phoaa" try's history Christmas festivities wero not generally obsorved and poor old "Santa Claus," and all he FUNERAL represents, had a bard time of It. In Massachesetts the observation A SPECIAL SPRAY $3.00 FLOWERS $5.00 and genial atmosphere. In the eighteenth century toy3 began to make their appearance in tho colonics. Somo of them wero brought from over seas and had the enchanting quality of novelty. Little girls who had helped to mother their younger brothers and sisters wero delighted with dolls that wero all their own to fondlo and coddle A toy was a thing to bo cherished uamphlet entitled "Tho Truth About Ireland In tho War," embodying the bureau's correspondence with Admiral Sims and Secretary Danlols, and also reports of tho hearing boforo tho Foroign Affairs Committee of tho Houso of Representatives last Friday on tho Mason bill appropriating monies to provide for salaries for a Minister and Consuls to tho Republic of Ireland. Send your RKUTLIN GSR Adolpn Reatllnger 00 National Supply Company Incorporated Roofing mid FIRS) INSURANCE CALL US FOR TORNADO, LIABILITY AND PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRJ STREET Pitch, Coal Tar, Tarrcn Felts, Gravel Rooming (A Specialty). 124 W. 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They work like a charm. Evry box sold to satisfy or' your money refunded. For Sate by Yimr Druggist; in ftfKkafM. 2S-c- nt SWISS Cleaners & Dyers - Phones '2207 Office 617 Fourth Ave. Plant 909 S. Sixth St. of Christmas was utterly denounced ln those A&ya." Some of tho gifts as an evil, ungodly and pernicious were of, real intrinsic value, for the custom, and any child daring to shipping apd trading were growing think of as much aa a plum pudding to be Important factors in the colon that day would make herself lia- onies, and men brought treasures ble to reproof by the authorities. of all kinds from the tar East to the d seaports, whence they were distribAll along the stern and coast, Geraldine Amec writes In the uted to other parts of tbe colonies. Churchman, the only Christmas The war for independence Interrupttrees in the days of the Puritan dom ed this and. the children shared In and deprivations ination were those that nature had 'the undergone by all1 the famtawevana naa aaorndu wup Slanted snow... Tfia irea brned' 'that were lMng-in.thines colonies at that brightly .on the open hearths, but time. When soldiers were atarrthg as far aa the children knew Chrtrt- - at Valley Forge there was Mttle .rock-bounself-sacrlne- es -- address to Director Daniel 1051 Munsey b'ujldlng, ington, D. C. O'Con-nel- l, Wash- TARPY'S Little Ae DENTIST 1 STARKS BUlLDirW. KBRPS OUT MOTHS. Pack small 't-y- articles, such as FRED ERHA8T ARCHITECT plumee, gloves and small woolan a box and add sachet he9 of orrie aad sandalwood pow- J. 5c der. e oiitttae Thlswill keep out the raotha effewvefy as camphor er moth bells asd' will .give a more Bjeaslag odor. ' ,' - Best Cigars Hade! ei4mHHitTnt. Norton wiLvm ., p. ,w. wfwr r wrin mtLmmxm "i,t "iTJ . S it.' ,3. 'zP Electrical Appliances THAT .. old-tim- V s- "s BcpicaxjOHrsr jnxix Ajvowroit l- -l KSCBOT DEATHS. The last solemn rlter were held over the remaliw of Martin Sweeney at Sacred Heart Church on Sunday afternoon. For years he was engaged in the plumbing business and was well known1. He-i- s survived by one sister, Mrs. G. J. Brumleve, 1533 West Madison street, and a brother, WilUattttSweeney. OTohn A. Hawan, beloved husband of Mary A. Hajtan, went to his eternal reward Monday morning at his home, 3121 , Senth Fourth street, leaving many friends and relatives who mourn hisjdeath. His remains were taken to his old home at New Haven, where the funeral took place Wednesday morning. Make your selections early and take advantage of our ewaplete stock. Two Special For A maM Oepeeit will hold any ar- ttcla Chrlatraaa. the Holidays Genuine Diamonds, set In .Tiffany and fancy Belcher mounting. Snappy, bright steaes. The two beat bargains in town. until SAVE YOU TIME AND MONEY Come Right to Heick's and See This Great Demonstration. Factory Experts in Charge. . $32.50 "A $18.50 to 25 full line of Diamonds at a Saving from 10 You will stM find the I. ' RSv,'Wu3lI WwL IBfl II hi1 1 Months ago we arranged for a great demonstration just before Christmas of electrical householdapplinnccs knowing well that no gifts would be more welcome in hundreds of homes than these. They aro to ihe homo g devices aro to'X what the modern time and any man go back to the the offico and shop, would e methods? Certainly not! Think then what a revolution the use of these appliances will make in your home, how much time they will savo your women folks and what happiness it.. will mean to them. Could there bo moro ideal gifts? labor-savin- street, brought grief to his many friends in this city. The rematns wero brought home and the funeral took place Tuesday morning at St. ih'igld's church. Eleanor Allgeir, the daughter pf Anna Allgeir and the lato Anthony Allgeir, was called Into eternal life. Tuesday morning at the family homo, '1340 Sherwood avenuo. Her funeral was held Thursday morning from St. James church, attended by many of her little friends and schoolmates. eloven-yoar-old Nows ct the death at Lynch, Ky on Sunday, Jof Patrick Brodorick, boloved husband 6 Catherine Downs Brodorick, 151?. East Brecklnridgo at the smallest Jewe'ry Shop on Fourth Street -- BIGGES7 BARGAINS Gold-fille- Ladies' Wrist Watches. $10.00 to ,35.00 Ladies Solid Gold Wrist Watches . $35.00 to $175.00 Men's Elgin and Waltham Watches...... , $15.00 to $35.00 d Washing Machines and Wringers Sewing Machines and Motors Of the Famous Western Electric Make Just to say that theso "Washing and Sowing Machines aro of the "Western Electric make is sufficient to establish their reputation. They arc already in usoiin thousands of homes many of them right hero in Louisville. They could not fail to be the first choice of many women. resident of this city, nor funeral was hold Thursday morning, Rev. Father Schuhmanh celebrating the requiem mass. By the death of Mrs. Margaret Simon, aged seventy-nin- e, St. John's church loses another of Its pioneer mombers. She was the mother of Mrs. Carrie Welsenberper. 2404 St. Xavier street, and had boon long n Men's New York Standard Watches ...'.$10.00 to $15.00 Men's Solid Gold Watches $75.00 to $100.00 Ingersoll Radiolite Watche's. . . . $3.25 to $7.50 Solid Gold Lavalliers . $3.50 to $15.00 -,. ..-. A Genuine Diamond Lavalliers. r. Special American Watchc3. Solid Gold Signet Rings Solid Golf Cuff Buttons Solid Gold Baby Rings..,. Ladies' Cameo Gold Rings. Cigarette Cases i .. $6.00. to $200.00 $5.00 to $4.00 to $1.00 to .'.- Simplex Electric Ironers The Simplex docs the family ironing at a total cost of from two to four cents. It would take half a day of tedious labor to do what this wonderful machine does in an hour's time. Surviving her aro three man. daughters, Mrs. B, Sandmann, Mrs. John W. Stout 'and Miss. Lena Schmidt, and la son, Nicholas Sohmtdt: Many Monday mornjnjg the funeral of Mrs. Mary Schmidt, aged oighty-thro- o, took place from St. Michael's church with requiem high mass. Sho came to Louisville over fifty years ago and was a most estlmablo wo- ,.... ..... $4.00 to $1.75 $20.00 $10.00 $2.50 $15.00 iijj Solid Gold Earrings ff-o- Simplex Electric Cleaners The Royal Electric Carpet Cleaner is mado' entirely of aluminum, with hard rubber wheels brass tubing. Their and handle of nickel-plate- d powerful motor prevents the least particle of dust from escaping. friends feel deepest sympathy for Caj-- , and Anna Tuttlo, 14C7 "Winter avenue, whom death has taken their beloved son, Sylvester Raymond, aged four years. Ho was a grandson of Mrs. Mary Stefnmetz and was a bright and happy child. Tho funeral was hold Wednesday Afternoon nt St. Brlgld's church, Rev! Father Janson conducting the services. CHARLES $1.00 to $15.00 $3.25 to $12.00 OPEN EVENINGS. KoM.KSW A Full Line' of Gold-fille- d eJwelry at prices to fit any pocketbook. MSMMilxulah n. KNIGHT. ELECTRIC PERCOLATERS $11.00 to $22.00 Mako your coffee right table. knows at the breakfast Every woman HI II l i rasGioav 3ffD&3Sn7' M00ATt. KZEVSJK55Z2?iS what a convenience and a time saver these, percolators are. Oct s3Z3c $$4$$3x&8m$s&4$h&34S$3 s This is the Convenient Bank for Christmas Savings Account! Six Plans to Choose From.- - Pay From 25c to $10 Per Week - The many friends hero and Us throughout the State are proud of ELECTRIC LIGHT tho increasing success of Senator Charles H. Knight, of the firm of OUTFITS Henry Knight & Son, and one of tho principal factors in tho upbuilding of tho Louisville Provision $3.00 to $9.00 ' Comapny and the, Louisvlllo Rendering Company. Although a young Range ih prices accordman in years, Senator Knight has already made his mark In the busiing to the number of ness world, and his reputation in the handling of big ventures is lights on each outfit. No widespread. He is one of the few men In big business affairs that has danger of fire if your tree a largo following of admirers and well wishers among the workers, is lit up with these miniaand durlnjr his pervlces as a Democratic Senator fiom Louisville inture electric lights. troduced at Frankfort tho workmen's compensation law, which has dono 'so much to harmonize conditions botweqn capital and labor. To know Charlie Klnijlit is to like him. being affablo and courteous at all times, and his chiof characteristic, that has won him prdmtnenco, is that ho never forgots a, friend. Of Late Newt Members What They Have Been Doing that trlbuto any man can bo proud, y0 EB9?A?'2iLMHwMHBfiM THE RADIUS Jewelry Shop 408 South 4th Street Nxt. to Rex Theater OPEN, EVENINGS CfcS&fKfr$$M44S$ HIBERNIANS. the Fast Week General News Notes. KNltffi Oil KOIiUMBUS That Will Interest Here and jt JL SPLENDIC SERVICE. s jt JL I JbC WE PAY INTEREST COME IN TODAY I LINCOLN SAYINGS BANK & TRUST CO. FOURTH AND MARKET, LOUISVILLE, KY. MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM. MERRY XM AS . ' AND A , . HAPPY NEW YEAR flyman Pickle Co. L .,.. Amerkai Tho coming of tho now year will Soventy-flv- o find the Home 3,'elephonp Company candidates received Division 3 hold its last meotlnp steadily Increasing its splioro of use- iho major degrees last Sunday at fulness and giving its subscribers Indianapolis. of the old year last night. Last Sunday at Cincinnati another and tho general public bettor sorvico Division 2 of Indianapolis has class plans for llvoning things next year. than over before. Nothing that can largo Council. vas initiated by Price1 add to Its excellence or broaden its Hill President John M. field of labor has. ever been ct There will bo a fourth degree exHennessy returned to work this by the company and no pub- emplification in Cincinnati on Washweek. lic convenience can eclipse its record ington's birthday. Manager "Walter Murphy, of the of splendid achievement. Mr. Philip Over 100 candidates will Hibernian ball team, Is scouting for S. Poguo, the newly elected Presi- the second and third dogreesrocelvo next dent, is widely known and honored now manorial for next season. In this city as one of the most pro- month at Lafayette, Ind. As tho result of a recent drlvo gressive and able Last Sunday at affairs. fifty now mombers wero added to and his election to men ofwill cer- threo degrees wore Fiqun, Ohio,ontho omco a conferred tho roll of Division Jl at Sacramento. tainly assure Increased prosperity big number of candidates. Division 4 will meet "next Monday for tho company and a noticeable Tho parish subscriptions to evening and arrango for tho instal- extension of the fine service given Memorial Hall building last wool:tho at tho people of Louisvlllo and all Syracuse totaled ovor ?12,000. lation of tho new officers on January 12. othor patrons. Binghamton and Cortland have Tho Hibernian baseball team is Just had record breaking initiations, WILLIAM: B. SXjATTERY. leadilng tho San Francisco Midwinswelling the membership in Central ter Leaguo with seven victories and no defeats. William. B. Slattery, aged fifty-fiv- e, Jew York. Tho last Now Albany initiation died Saturday at Colorado Mrs. John O'Brien, Mrs. Margaret there much Rookor and Mrs. E. M. Jessie have Springs, whoro he went Ihroo weens gave tho council been elected for President of their ago In hopes of bonofittlng his strength, as also did the ono at divisions of the Ladies' Auxiliary in health. His body was broueht to Jofforgonvillo. Four hundred wero entertained at inaianapons. Louisvlllo and the funeral took A thrilling finish is on in the San placo from St. Mary Magdalene tho Initiation banquet at Yoakum. Francisco membership drivo, all church. Deceased was a member of Texas,, when thirty wero received divisions maintaining a fast pace. a prominent family, a son of the Into the. council. Union Council at Syracuse had a Division 5 was leading last week, late John J. Slattery, former President of tho Todd-DonlgIron Com major dogreo exemplification Sunday with Division 17 a close second. Gcorgo J, Sullivan was elected pany, and a brother of Emmet Slat- and has a large class for tho first tery, former member of the Ken- for next Tuesday night. President of Division 1 of Mobile at tucky aLegislature. Z He was educated The K. of C. evening school nt a largely attended meeting last week. Tho roports Bhow the order at St. Xavier's College and was well Washington, D. C has an enrollSurviv ment of 550 students, of whom 325 .to be in excellent condition, finan- known in business circles. ing htm are his widow, Mrs. Lee aro former scrvlco men. cially and otherwise. Slattery, a sister, Mrs, .New Orleans Knights opened their .The California State Board adopt- MInott Service, of and city. O. this free evening night school for our ed resolutions calling upon Repre H. army and navy men with ovor 300 sentatlves In Congress to use every FORTY HOURS. students registered tho first night. effort to the end that the Mason resolution may bo favorably acted upon The Knights of Denver will seo The Forty Hours Adoration of by the Foreign Affairs Committee. orphanages of that 'city aro the Blessed Sacrament will begin in that tho by Santa Claus this year. Mobile Hibernians have given this city tomorrow at the high mass visited their endorsement and pledged full In St. Brlgld's church. The services Bishop Tihen started tho ball roll support to the American commission will open with procession and ex ing, contributing $100 to the fund being raised. for Irish Independence and will co- position operate In every .way possible to Tuesday. and will continue until Rev. Father Jansen will bring about the freedom of that na be assisted by a number of priests SURPRISE TO FRIENDS. tion, from other churches, and It is exMrs. Maria Holweck announces ohn A. Hughes, who hag numer pected large numbers will attend In ous friends in Louisville and has- - preparation for the feast of Christ- the marriage of her daughter Miss Edna B. Holweck, to Lieut. John H. been a popular figure at many na- mas. . Houghtellng, F. A., on Wednesday, tional conventions, will lead the August 6, 1919. at St. Josenh's Alabama Hibernians for the next RBGRSTTABLE. church rectory, the Rev. Father Dlo- two years. At the annual meeting officiating. Miss of the County loard and Division 1 It Is to be remitted that the Car mede Fohlkamp, and Lieut. James at Mobile he was County son delegation, tomprlsing William Katherine Tully President, which assures an admin- Coote, M. P., and four Protestant Shoemaker were the attendants. Mr. istration that will be progressive in clergymen, are to lend themselves and Mrs. Houghtellng have gone to every way. to the prosecution of a political Chicago, where they will make their campaign and tke effort to arouse homo. . .HKRE .FOR, LECTURE TOUR. religious bigotry. The ciTASStfS RflgUMKb. Protestant clergy of, America and Clemenceau-Jacque-malre, Mme.Therese the American Protesdaughter of Georges Clemen-cea- u, tants of all denominations will reThe National Catholic War Coun l! Premier or France, who has sent Carson methods. They will not cil, 857 , South Fourth street, has arrived in the United States to ful- Overlook the fast that Hmmet, Wolfe resumed all its activities and is fill a lecture programme. She de- Tone, . Qratton, Butt. Lord Xdward. again open until 9 o'clock In the O sires to further eemeat the tarifftl Fitagarald. FaMfll and athr rreat I evealnc. Classes are again being relations between the Fretuk kurf Irish loaders mIJm poet were Pro-- 1 taught on Wednesday and Friday ty ovor-lookean ed fair-mind- ed fair-mind- ed THE HOMES OF TODAY are being supplied with ranges which burn both Coal and Gas because they offer "Convenience" "Comfort" and real "Economy" all the Year Round. TWO RANGES IN ONE IF YOU WANT THE BEST XMAS GIPT You Will Got iv DUPLEX ALCAZAR For Your Homo L. BIRKEL Home Phone Shaw. 1406 SONS 24th and Cedar Sts. The Gainaday Washer and Wringer Is Exclusive in Many Superior Ways It is built from a woman's point of view, It is the jj machine without belts, and ; j with the swining wringer ; j and is equipped with the ; famous friction clutch, and you pay for it as it saves, menu i i vtiy vuh M., 1134 ui t;l.. A 985 for free demonstration in your home, without oblig- ation on your part to buy. jWWKT 'paJirtT mmta rn 3 )ef). toetaaU. 'alfht. r Tafel Electric Co.! i 236 WEST JEFFERSON ST. . ', 4 L UX,AfV -