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Market St. JftftMH432 iMrinHh.Ky. .H RNTIICKY IIS illlllHBW HHMBMP MV W MnSHS pi fc. - k OHI T AWJHCAN J?T. A ' op Krery Drivers SmotL iHtHWe liCM DttMht U. In'vurporoiMi BOO vor vrw mot TAXI um Jrw. ,. VOLUME W XLIII.-- NO 26. m..-pres-s,. LOUISVILLE, SATURJ IBtR 27, ' m. 'I v . t PRICE FIVE CENT5. Christmas' shopping early, It Is the Burglars and Holdup League, and along with our business men they can also report a banner year. Sates woro"cracked (also heads), Tpocket-book- s snatched, numerous holdups reported (many not- reported or kept under cover), and in all of this epidemic; of crime not a single arrest was made by our Keystone, police; and Chief, ,PcttyV.prces agent, didn't even have ncrvo to report that thoy had a clue. Most of, the robberies' were In the center part of town and remarkable because of their boldness, but the burglar who had tho nervo to hold up and. rob tho Strand Theater ticket, seller Monday evening well, ho gets tho brown derby. There was a big ah-dlence nresent Innfdn tho thantnr laughing uproariously at tho funny picture police, whllo the army of criminals now In, our midst were having fun laughing at our Keystone police on tho outside, but making their amusement more profitable a.t tho same, time. Thoro was a man found near his homo' the other nght with a fractured skull, and died later. Some say ho died from tho effects of an assault, but tho Keystone Ppllce Department says ho must hnvo been lift by an automobile. Of course It is ens'er to blame it on an auto, but Incidentally the comedy cops haven't found ,out who drove the automobile. Tho Standard Oil Company service station JUst across from tho Library was tho scene of a holdup recently, the man In charge being held Up for the 'steenth time. The victim told tho Keystono cops that the holdup man was "Sh , sh I keep it dark." This clue was passed gut to tho at roll call. The' sceno now shifts to In front of tho Gayoty Theater and tho matinee crowd was filtering out. Two of our alert Koystoners suddenly pounco on one of tho men coming out and say: "Ha! Hal we have von now." Thn Victim, and he was a one eyed man, BiruKgieu reseniiuny ana finally burst out with: "What tl" h tho matter with you guy3? Are you bugs, or what?" "Never you mind, you domed slicker," they replied, "the Chief wants to see you." When tho big d man was brought to tho station house tho Standard OH employe snorted In disgust: "That Isn't the man; I told you ho was a d man, but a little bit of a follow." Then the victim cut In with a roast, saylnc: "It's a tough note that ' a guy can't take In tho theater on his dav off without getting picked up by boob ICeystonors." And tho near Mayor appointed another batch of "hicks" wie oiner aay.. tmnn Robberies nnrl crimes coming so fast that near Mayor omun, upier retty, Paul Bur- lin frame. Lewla .Tnhnnnn Inn CMioman, or others of the administration haven't fnU Id nnni-n- . -: I") K ", Jr'DIsterTa,rPVesbyterran-i)ape- f sentauve 01 mo ljioerai ing to religious prejudice ..written by j ueaverorooK ior me- - .Lionuuu the London correspondent of itho Canadian Statesmen says: Th to Jinnn nnnnfll to rellcioUS prejudice, will, It. is", felt' oh this slde,i ,. f Mf?V work serious injuryvto Jtne move- t. reapproche-monLloyd George's. Last Bill Provide ' Aim and" Animus of Ulster Parasites ment- f or j It at any rate evidences a For Two Parliaments For Jf.of British Military Tyrants In d determination on tho .part of the Tory, remnant in EngIreland. Ireland. $' ' land' to. foregonone of the. weapons tho past that proved so successful in In retarding ,a 'Just settlement of" the . "it". IJIioscn ac my n.,1.11- U.llni Irish" question. Its Principle Is Hatefal Alike to iv.m, Kot That England, however, Is .not al' Both Nationalists1 and grievtogether callous ,to Ireland's of Creeds to Which Hie ances is evident from the fact that Unionists. Belong. '11 largo demonstration in favor of. was recontly held Tho meot-InIn Albert Hall, London. ' -J " was' called by. Englishmen, Situation Declared Mord Critical Iteprcscnt Only Section of Protcs-r- ; Welshmen and. Scotchmen, and was prcslde'd over: by Commander ..Than England CanlPossibly Prcnchlng and'FracM. P win declared that' Imagine. '. ticlng Intolerance. "the :i:on who said that Irishmen did not fight In lut late" war wa3 olther a liar or Ignorant of the trutiy Continuing, the(spehkeif ' a DUBLIN' SEES' ONLY THE SWORD. that ho, an Englishman, ENGLISH RULE LIKE GERMAN. Protosiant, without a drop of Irish blood in his veins, made bold to say "that Lngllsh rule In Ireland differed but little from tho German Lloyd cfeorge's last home rule . The New York World printed the war.'" measure, which provides1 for divisin Belgium during Belfast, rule what "mado. matters tho following dispatch from worse, Ho And submitted to hich bettor than any other Item of thought, was the fact that the Irish ion of Ireland, wa cabled from Ireland shows tho wok 1110 only white race now oemg Parliament tho first of tho week. 'news of tho Ulster, held down by force of aims. Other A'stde from one or two irreconcilaRljn and animus o .Cooties," those parasites of the speakers expressed similar views, ble rule Journals, London British military tyrants in Ireland,' and a resolution was passed con- newspapers this, morning give, ,on who, under the leadership of one demning mlsgoVernmeht In Ireland tho wholo, a favorable reception to Coote, have come to the unlteq and pledging support to" a governfor States to stir up religious projudlco ment by the people, for tho people the Government's now BchemohowNone, Irish nsrnlnst Ireland: EUROPE IN NEED. , The progress of tho Ulster delega"-ever,, expresses genuine expectation .tlon to America is watcueu uero of the success of tho.plan. Col, Hllmar Ehrmann, the well with much curiosity. The AmeriWhile it Is recognized that such a to accept these known distiller, who has Just recans who are asked as representing Irish turned from a trip abroad, gives an billl as Premier Lloyd Georgo out gontlemen Protestantism of all denominations, Interesting and detailed account of lined tho fourth home rule meas or oven tho United Protestantism of the present situation In Europe, and ure to be presented to Parliament Ulster, should consider tho circum- Gays that tho peoplo of Germany, will De ausomtei rejecieu oy a laro stances of their selection as well as Poland, Austria and England aro section of tho Irish people and living In hard straits and that garded with, suspicion and distrust their constitution. They wero hot hardships in by others, it is "contended it desires chosen at any public meeting of tho ono of tho greatest creeds to. which they belong, but thoso countries was he lack of coal. to be fairly considered and tried. were selected by the Belfast Orango Col. Ehrmann spent much of his The Dally Press, perhaps tho most clique, to which at least three, and time In Berlin and other parts of . thorough champion of home rule of probably four, of them belong. They Gormany and relates that oven the tho London newspapers and a severe are noted for their Extreme views, weuuuy class uro BUiiunng iroiu 1110 vriuu ui .uiuu uuui&a u In palatial resi- tho coalition Government,- - says: oven among Orangemen. The only coal shortage. "The Government bill gives Iremeeting called In connection with dences only one room is heated at a family congre- land, a, greater degree of autonomy the delegation was at the May time and Street church here, and this was to gates in that room. In his talk elnco it sets up an Irish Parliament and in fact with all and It manifestly cdntemplates the announce that the paBtor of that with church had been selected to join tho classes of Germans, there was no probability of & 'united Irish Parlla delegation. This meeting consisted reeling against America and the tnent. In the desperate situation in eolely of Orangemen and Unionists German soldiers paid the highest which Ireland now stands this offer,-sfar as Englishmen can judge, and none of the numerous Protes- kind of tribute to our boys as fighttant Liberals and Homo Rulers ers, the only fault being that many should not be rejected out of hand, among tho clergy was present or of them wero killed through rock-le- assuming it to be honestly put forbravery. They also wero amaz- ward." was consulted. Any Idea that all Representing the extreme Unionin Ulster share ed nt the wonderful exhibition of their their views is ill founded. Even in .America's resources and marveled ist position, tho Morning Post says: tho County Antrim, the biggest Pro? at the fact that the United States "It is a bad settlement bad for - testant county in Ulster, there is a could transport and build their own Ireland becauso it does hot settle n district called "the railroads and locomotives In such a tho Irish qu'estipn and bad for Great rout," which comprises most of Ghort time. Col. Ehrmann alsorsald Britain because it weakens the that tho German neonlo as a whole United Kingdom. It is merely the North Antrim, where of tho Presbyterian ministers are bad no further regard for tho cltniax of long betrayal. Wo have T.UiPialti Tho T.Ihnral oreran of Kaiser or the, royal family, and saldit,chosen as ,a rooted, ..policy to bo & COOTIES HOME A RULE "RECEJ a, format ., deep-seate- held Thursday jPahlck's ch'urclvl df Katherina'W away Sunday .'l'605?Wlnd8or circle of friend , 'died at rkeMth str i3survive Dn.l.l(Ai ,tAM chael Horan. ' Fl Edward D. Daniel Horan stea anqwn. re .POLITICIANS Itfjfc. :'i - that heeded the admonition to do It there ,1s. one class in our midst K. Of C. A r were at. St, i- Dlscusetrciigtii1 of the Presldoatlal Candidate Ih Next Year's BlectioB". ' Mllos .Byrne 'Says Germans Aokam edge tho Yankee DdHghboys Won tho War. Egti n t-J V - . wJio'mourn his f President of tt .Conpany aifdthi iwapiess circles. place Tuesday q'uiem .mass - - Jen-vortn- y, at ed eelback arid, lilf ,Cravin, 3G24WJ was eighty-eight Sunday event dalen BJndhp'r,;i fe PTjiOf tfear Mayor JLTUBIUKU juunur xiucs nuu leaving a wide oauaintances Kconowy.' le was vice sr 'Grocery, Chtotandlhg ih funeral took Burglars' and Holdups naving Merry with re- Time1 at Expense of Our les .church. ,, Keys toners. in called, Mag- - loved liusband BgWy. rrvo Short Years Ago ,LVuia noma,! ."-.- m jTIl 1Pd Britisher Still1 Crows, Wo Came When Allies Had Almost Bca(CH tho Huns. Morb Than a Hundred' Thousand Men Benefited by Activities .... ., of Knights. ' : Parkway. She ,. ,iav itt-&- John rs, Has- - well-know- seven-eight- reprV rruiuaiuuiu of the whole province, has repudiated the delegation, knowing, it says, that its entire stock in trade will be argument "which the rellgiotiB Ulster Protestant Liberals know to Tho delega-- i be a falso argument." tlon, in fact, represents tho only section of Irish Protestantism which preaches and practices Intolerance against their Catholic fellow-countrymen. IKft."- - Ifi' - Wi :, ! v hers represent. In connection with this It will bo of interest to consider this article of, Beaverbrook, recently written for tho London Daily Express: Great, potent, though silent forces In the public life of the United States aro the Presbyterian and Methodist churches. The Methodist church .stretching out Its influenco over millions in every corner of the vast continent is perhaps the most poworful political body tho new, world has over seen. It was Its trepressuro which mado mendous America dry, and a body that can do thatcan do anything. In fact on thls'Jrery lssuo the Irish municipal bosses, who were the owners of tho liquor t raffle, locked horns with tho MethodlBt church, and wero utterly overthrown. Tho Methodist church, in any easy s case, regards a (sic) crusade preached by tho Irish with small favor, but it might take no practical action on the other side unless Its interest was suddenly aroused. Then it would act and it would crush , tho' American Sinn Folners as a cartwheel crushes, a toad. The Ulstormen have so far made no real effort to stir this slumbering giant, unless perhaps Sir Edward Carson's much criticised July, speech in Belfast was intended as the first move in this campaign, But JLtbey make tho appeal in loud enough accents the feelings of those. Freebytorlan and Methodist churches will move to meet them. A slnglo shot fired in Ulster under tho domination of an. Irish Dominion Government would set the real American opinion In flame. It. is idle to ignore these facts, or to pretend that this big stick of American opinion is not a weapon which may yet.be turned against Sinn Fein it- self., I am stating the political dilemma which, confronts this country, not taking sides in. a religious dispute. We suffffer from the hostility of Catholic Irish America'. But give dominion over Ulster to the population of the South and West, and our reputation In America would wither under the devastating hostility of the Presbyterian and Methodist churches tomorrow. I ionW welcome a change of venue controversy. Great for this as-lon- g Britain has had more than its share. IM It be agitated and fought out 'for a time on the other side of the Atlantle,. One thing is" certain, it would be ar rare education for the 8'ntflg, both" in English and Irish politics, and at the end of it Amerl- eans would understand k "' . ties of temperarant. raee and re- lirion with which .snecelv British Governments Bare nad deal in trying to solve the riddle t by the Irish sphinx. Commenting on an article appeal politico-religiou. Tho Ulster commission answered one point of thi3 indictment to the effect that it had been appointed through tho official channels of tho respective churches which its mem? u 'Tho middle of the holiday season 'ather Martin fin da tho politicians of both parties Church of Oubj tlWL .requiem discussing' the strength and. merits O'Connor celeK " mass. of the different Presidential candl- : dates' and tho" wire pullers In the Mrs. Margar sixty years Republican party aro working over- old, expired SU4 sy nignt time as they claim a nomination as she was as steps of Should be equivalent to election and St., Patrick's: el tne sau base their pplnlon on the wmespreau news came as a entire criticism of tho Wilson adminjstra-o- f parish. She tho tlon In its conduct of the war and late Mlchaol Da man of the League of Nations treaty. Demo- many Christian smcere, crats, oil" tho other hand, claim that friend and, kindt Three the. Republican nrosnecta are not daughters and Ive" her. n6ar so bright as thoy were, a year Republican Tho funeral tool ednesdav aen and tho morning, oy. fonln con? Congress and the bitter party fight c ducting the. sot IliM. just starting win ennanco tne prospects. Hero .in Kentucky NATIt Gen. "Leonard Wood is tthe popular choice of the Republicans, but Boss Catholics o I will be Hert will deliver Kentucky's vote to gratified .to 'knoi ard of Gov. Lowden,. who is tho cholco of Trustees of he"1 Jnlverslty Wall street and the big moneyed inof America decia vecent terests because of his connection meeting, to proJ l.the ereo with the Pullman millions. There tlon of the Nat Be Ui. iub is no outstanding choice among the Immaculate Con McAdoo, rhtch has Democrats, been under 'adV nura- - Attorney General Palmer and Secre- tary of War Baker being mentioned, ber of years; courtesy of Right Shahan, but all aro agreed that President ewe .are in Wilson should retire from the party Rector of lheU receipt of a beaul joto showing limelight and rumors of his canditho edifice as ifj Fappear when dacy for a third term are not faWo hai finished. i received an vorably, received. Interesting sketel shrine, an In the. race for the United States Bi' and ntvlit- - Senatorshlp which outline of the st i?ory of the year Boss Hert has comes off next tecture: and a picked Richard interest taken in? oject oy the. Ern3t, bf Covington, to make tho, Holy Father, ling of the race, although our own Dr. Bruner Shrine of the late- - Conccp- - would like to have another try at cto opr mind, tho honor. Thoro Is talk of oppositibn at Washinc ono of the most ii ; ei an tned tion to Senator Beckham for the great Catholic ever Democratic nomination, but outside dertaken In our will, of mention of Congressman Cantrill wo think, aid In?1! ttifig our peo- - nnd Mr. Bingham,., owner of the, pie together in tm of mutual Courier-Journand Times, no other v. charity and. affs names have been mentioned. Speaking of the Courier-Journand ttie"nasto6ur-JOHemIeand"enemieif. W Tiieit4s-amusln- g, tKltlZ to read Jn. those, iTMSUlPaddresS-- . tho.Rotary. OptI- juroa tho peoplo would have, been forced to our friends." papers that thoy aro. sorry they supto doff their hats to a lamp-poIn commenting upon tho speech . Mr. and Mrs. William J. Palmer ported Senator Stanley because ho .plond!d police department wo havo if It boro military Insignia. Holland, mad,o. by Premier Lloyd Georgo in announce the marriage of. thoir. .takes the side of the worklngman Just now. Nor has tho Louisville lie said, was tho only country in the Ho'uso of Commons yesterday, daughter, Miss Sara Madelle Palmer, at Washington. Tho support they Herald .dilated, on tho famous squad which luxuries wero prominent and during which tho Premier outlined to Robert Lincoln Clothier, of Lex- gnvo Senator Stanley in JD18 wns of "yap" motormen and conductors, that that country had profited ex-- 1 the provisions of the proposed Irish ington. JTho ceremony was very on a pftr with tho support thoy gave disguised as policemen and as 'overSbas : veterans. tenslvoly at the expense of tho war- - J Home Rule bill, tho Freeman's Jour-rin- g quietly solemnized list Saturday, Gov. Black this year, and neither powers. In his stay-iLon- - nal Bays Mr. Lloyd Georgo "In tho the Rov.. Fathor Charles, P. Raffo of- thought it necessary to write Mr. Ches Searcy is the real lucky dog. don, whero he was detained for a presence 6f tho American Ambassa-wce- k ficiating. The only attendants wero Blnghmn a letter of thnnks for the He. appoints tho Keystoners, but Is on account of tho railroad dor but lu tho absence of every Mr. and Mrs,. William Lawrence quality of support received. By the .never, called on to alibi for them. Col. Ehrmann said he found fesentativeV of the majority of tho Palmer. Tho bride woro a coat way. did you notice tho backtrack The other day a colored member of the English people were, suffering Irish people, explained to tho House dress of dark brown tricolletto with ing of tho Bingham pres3 In regard (ho Republican party, Intent on cutfrom the want of coal and necessi his panacea for the fills of Ireland." a small hat of field mouse velvet. to the appointment of Colonels on ting down tho high cost of living, ties, but that wherever ho went tho "Even the few Irish Nationalist Her corsage bouquet'wa's of Ophelia the Governor's staff? The day of snatched a brace of rabbits from a poultryman on East Jefferson street sentiment was that America did not members who have survived tho roses and bouVardla. Mrs. William Ihe inauguration tho Courier-Jou- r do much toward winning tho war, Prlmo Minister's past treacheries Lawrence Palmers dress was of nal advJSed Gov, Morrow to abstain and proceeded to demolish the and that wo came In to save our and betrayals absented themselves," blup braided georgette and her cor- from appointing Colonels nnd desig- Bpeed records up that thoroughfare. money. "They sage bouquot was of Columbia roses. nated these appointees as a "bunch After him went tho countryman. It the newspaper continues. probably had a forecast that their She wore a small hat of burgundy of useless Junk." Right hero the was an exciting contest' for two or gesture of contempt would bo warml- velvet. Mr. and Mra. Clothier will wires ore crossed and tho, first ap- threo squares; pedestrians woro TO JOHN BULL LOVERS. y- approvdd by tho whole Irish na- be at homo In Lexington after Jan- pointment made was Republican knocked hclter skelte.- - and produce Former Congressman Joseph F. tion and race. As a matter of fact uary 1. Boss A, T. Hert as ColonGl on Mor- and baskets were strown through O'Connell, of Boston, "sent tho fol- they wore merely obeying tho comrow's staff, and the Bingham press the market way llko as If a cyclone lowing to a resident of his section, mand of their dead leader, given GONE TO REST. immediately became dumb on tho had passed by. Then tho countryman who objected to his activities In be- when he and they withdrew from subject. Tho "tutor of "the Repub- and began tb tire of tho fast pace, luckily, he thought, sighted ono Mrs. Bridget Barry, eighty-eighalf of Irish freedom; tho IIouso upon tho first declaralican party" Is Immune from critiyears old, long a resident of this cism. In tho Courier-Journ"It Is too bad that people llko tion of the Prime Minister's and of our Keystoners strolling on ths you, who lovo England so much, get permanently partition their city and held In high esteem by a Times and woe bo tho reporter or scene. "Hoy, ketch that gol dern rabbit thief," he yelled at the cop. so touchy on anything of this kind, cpuntry." ; vast numbor of friends and ac- 'writer who violates- their edict. car boy sized up tho but before I leave It, may I also call Tho Irish Times says that for quaintances, passed from earthly At last tho public of Louisville Is Our your attention to tho American his- many reasons, "some good,, some cares on Tuesday morning at tho face to face with tho real cost of a situation at a glance, tho flying rabbit thief, thn TOlnrfn.ri fnimlrvmn'n . Both tories which tell us of tho manner ba'd, some wlso and some mad." homo of her daughter. Mrs. J. R. "reform" administration. In which England armed tho savage of the Irish people McDonaldt 2107 Maple street. An Boards of tho Republican General and all, but ho shook his head to " exemplary woman and Indulgent Council this week passed an ordi- inc ajipeoi oi tne victim and said: Iroquois to mako war on defence- will reject tho bill. blamed sorry,, pard, but I less women and children: and when "Its principle is hateful alike to mother, her death. brought sadness nance making our tax rato $1.'98, 'I'm on duty." you have finished that, will you tho Unionists and Nationalist!!," the Into many homes, especially (d a thirteen cent higher than nny in aln t please read tho story of the march newspaper says. "They know na large' number of the poor, to whom tho history of tho city of Louisville of tho British troops across New tional Weals ana tho ancestral spirit she had beon a ljberal giver. Mrs. and sixteen cents higher tbnn last BREEZY AS EVER. Jersey when they burned Princeton of a common patriotism can not Barry leaves three sons, John Bar- yenr. Just two years ago near MayCollege and destroyed all its con- persist in a divided country. Thoy ry, former Wharfmastcr; Edward or Smith's picture vas in every, John X. Klnberger, who Is known tents; and then after this won't you know tho fantastic "homoge'nlty Barry, former City Assessor, and' street car, on evory bill board, and to most every ono in Louisville, es please, take a look, into tho war of which the Government proposes for WlllHam Barry, Besides .Mrs. Mc- with his picture was ,hlsv slogan: pecially in railroad circles, Is hpme 1812 and read of tho destruction of Ulster Unionists would do an ex Donald she leaves another daughter, "I will glv'o tho peoplp of Louisville visit Annapolis by the British troops, who crescence on the map of Ireland and Mrs. Ellen Hyde. Funeral services ECONOMY and LOAVER TAXES." on abeen- from Seattle, whero ho has lnrntnrt fnr iha nnot ivo then moved on Washington, a would be ruinous to the trade and Avoro held Thurs.day afternoon at How time does fly and what changes Years, city, and attacked it: and Industry of the Northern provinces' sacred .Heart .church, the last rites can occur in two years. Smithy and over and' waxna vnrv nntlmalfiotln the growing Northwest and its then read in the English histories, Wo yearn for peace, but In tho bolng pronounced by Rev. Patrick tho "reform" boys knocked out old laciuues, saying mat it is the only If you will, how Admiral Cockburn, Lloyd Georgo offer we sec not jieace Walsh. Economy In ono round and now place to locate. "J. X." is as breezy commander of the British troops, but tho sword.'.' Jmvp tho taxpayers groggy with tho as Over and after assembling all of his troops From Dublin the word is that the IMMENSE BEQUEST. enormous tqx rate, ' coupled with agent delivery linTornnntli Ma nr.. we have a sneaking that was possible In the halls of situation there is more critical than higher assessments. What an ap no is still very fond Congress, and himself taking the anyone in England Henry Clay Frlek In his last will, propriate holiday gift that would- suspicion can possibly Speaker's chair, said, 'Wo are met Imagine. Ireland Is in a state of and testament left to the Mercy Hos- make? .Just give tho near Mayor of Louisville and tho homo town In the hall dedicated to the liberties organized eruption. Anything may pital, Pittsburgh, $5,000,000, a be- one of, those campaign pledge cards folks. of the American peoplo. All In fa- happon to. anybody at any time. quest ten times larger than any 6t advocating" "low fax rates" or a vor of burning this hall to the There aro people going about in the" others left for similar Institu- copy of, the" machine organ, tho HOME CARD PARTY. ground In order to show what wo Dublin who are marked for death, tions In that district. Sister Inno- Louisville Herald, of December, The, organized forces of rebellion are cent, Superior of the hospital, ex- 1917, In which In "column after colthink of tho liberties of the people, The Ladles' Sowing Society of the will say "aye," ' and it was a unani so formidable, and the Intelligence pressing the belief that nersonal umn we r.ead where the near Mayor Visitation Home for Working Girls, mous vote and our Capitol system Is so acute, that the detec- gratitude probably was a factor lpl and his "reform" boys wore abolish- C15 West was Walnut street, will clvo a burned, thus violating all laws of tion and restriction of crime is an ma Kin. iu iue uwpuai, gam: Mr., ing one useless Job after another, 'almost, hopeless task. civilized warfare." Prick's generous gift will enable us and In Its Issue of December 17, card party in the library of the From Parils the Universal. Service to increase the efficiency of 1917. we are told that the Board of noma next .Monday atternoon and cables thofollowlng: In every department, and ft Safety alone wa saving $80,:i88 an- evening at 2:30 and 8 o'clock. Tho American legion. "Lord French himself, not the will settle the problem created by a nually for tho taxpayers by abolish- proceeds of this entertainment will go toward the building fund. All The American Legion Is a nation- elected Government of the Irish Re- mortgage of $459,000 which has ing eighty-si- x Jobs. the al organization of former service public, ig responsible for the at- been hanging over u." In the early days of near Mayor and friends of the home are Invited are men, more than four million strong tempted assassination of the Lord Smith's administration we were led tertained.certain to be pleasantly enand staunchly devoted to the prin- Lieutenant," says a statement to believe In reading the Herald, TRIZE TIIK8K GIFTS. ciples and purposes they set forth, here by Gavan Duffy and John that after a year or so of "reform" MISUSE CHURCH. and is sure to ba an Amerilcan1 as, O'Kelly; the Irish envoys to the A skull eap worn by Poe Bene- administration money so much peace conference, who thus far have dict on several oocaslens atfd, a. part- would ba .saved that we wouldn't set of inestimable value, provided Police- ejected forty men and only that it is wisely led, not only at not succeeded In obtaining a hear- ly burned history of n ranee, sal- have to pay any taxes at all, and, Sinn: Fein sympathizers from its. font of authority but In its nui ing from that body. The Govern- vaged from the rajas e Louvaln the city would be run pn the funds merous local branches. Its Influ- ment of the Irish Republic which Library, were lronU back from' "ollected in the Police Court, the the Second Presbyterian church in ence will certainly be potent, for no commands the affection and firm Europe Monday by Charles O. Dunn. Sinking Fund, from automoblllsts Jersey City on Monday night at an n body of men can .have better cre- loyalty of more than 80. per cent", a Knight of Colunrffut Secretary, for who; overstayed their time, etc. But Fein meeting. Intruders dentials to sneak for American cltl-- , of the people of Ireland," continues nresentatlon to a RTr, Dr. George flas! and,' alack! here comes Paul waved an ilrlsh flag and shouted; aenshlp Jn the mass. Its stand for the statement; "has always endeav- Daut herty, vice twtor, and Dr. Pat-to- r Durllnc-ame,The of. .the "reform" Board "three cheers for Ireland." 100 par cent. Americanism, protec- ored to maintain law and order, but rick Healy. dli of studies at of Safety, and, Ben Brumleve, of the Coote. following will prostitute the tion of country from without and IU efforts have been frustrated the Catholic TJai Ity ,at Washlng- - "reform" Board of Works, and ask' church as far as they can In opposiwithin, and yet' a poller which will everywhere by military aggression ton for the greatest appropriation and tion to Justice for Ireland. They are be truly jlemooraMc. truly Ameri- ana ,. interference by Lord, French 'ax rate in our history. And strand here only to cause trouble and can, just and equitable' to the1 entire and the usurpers whom he. reprewnobT o rsy, this rata of $1.98. which should be deported. Tfwr country, makes it a duty to give sents. During the week ending De.. The American Let-Ioheadiuar-er-s piUl, be. a hardship on the little cot- d the Legion has ipwM eiwmlftr forbidding and nr.' cember 18 the British- raided 188 IiOAN WBJSK. divided support, which will Insure "rivate homes. including those of loeal to pass and give bu' 'he boards without a dissenting vote 'he' maintenance of law and order otmt Wuttkett. the Countess of for naMfeatlon any resolution tnd ,ln those boards, ,,are, Felix Du-- ; The week of January 6 will and the nroteet'on of the rifht of rkfew1cx and Alderman Kelly 'ouch'ng on "relteieus, racial or In- - --'as, jeaarag iaoor worxer; srnes be "Irish Loan "Week" la the every, clUaen. n you are eligible Thfrty-tw- o wore, of; the L. ft N.. shops, and TToHiw SlKtaa men were arrested or eraanonai matters" without flr Till, ilula An, ihj. von owe it to yourself and Miticalfeharres this week, and nlac 'uhmlttlnr the same to national hat other, friend .of'HM humbl Iwhvi-u- n of the Irish Retmble bead to bWme a member of the "ere deported without any charge hedanattM. Comet and wIm worker. Nick, Dwiwnfle. the "De., TBriutctwa anve, na neea by Amerieaa Lactam, 'elng preferred." fgenUemfe. the national headqtiarterm. mosthenes" of the tower board. I3 "f. useful and klnl esteem of all. quaintances, Wednesday m.- srfrf-'tbok Irk and ,t ner me w. nsr uvjm no- - THE HERALD SILENT. FUTURE CLASH IS PREDCTKD. 'A' ' 'rl'ii. '" ,y"- -' nlace I1.n un I anti-hom- -- one-eye- d. , Key-stone- rs "In all my perambulations , about Europe tho only peoplo whom I came upon who would admit that tho Yankee doughboys won the ;waW wero the Germans themselves," said Miles J. Byrne, a Knights .of Columbus Secrotary who came homo from Franco last week. "That the tenacity and dash of tho Americans caused the complete collapse of the German arms . both morally and physically Is tho avowed opinion of the German residents of the Rhino Valley and other border polni. They havo for months been able to got a good perspective of tho Army of Occupation and their final verdict , . "1 ,&? ". v-- l yemo-craU- . re-ot- lll is that tho typo df men who occupied thoir territory are responsible e tor tho smashing of tho powerful army of Germany. one-tim- a the-enti- re one-eye- one-eye- I- ss -- un-an- Vin-tr- - al . al s st . rep-strlk- e, ' predicting a futuro clash between tho two countries. Tho Germah farmer on the Rhine will confide to you that perhaps within ten years Germany will retaliate for the which she claims Is the outgrowth of American arms. Frenchmen will place a bet with you If they believe you havo any doubts about Germany making another war. One French officer wanted to bet 500 francs that within five yoars his country would again bo called upon to fight tho Germans." Byrne was attached to the transportation bureau of tho Knights of Columbus at Paris. In this capacity he was called upon to travel extensively through, France, Germany, Belgium 'arid tho British' Isleslo "keep """Ib touch with transfer and forwarding points. Previous to going overseas ho was attached to tho army training camp at Fort Worth, Texas. While complete figures haye not yet been forthcoming rogardlng the success of the Knights of Columbus In restoring discharged soldiers, sailors and marines to civilian .status and securing employment for them, It Is generally estimated that more than 100,000 demobilized men benefited by their activities. The Knights took the problem of In hand without with any other welfare or Government agencies. They appeared; Individually and without any outside assistance in the field. In New York City, Boston, Cleveland, Phll- adOlnhia. Prnvlllnnpo nnrl nrnnMnfilW evory large city In tho country the uuiLJuymoni service .was established after It had become definitely known that Undo Sam's wnrlr In PTnnnn was finished. At tho present time tho employment service Is an efficient and enar1ilrti thusiastic onrnnlzaHnn la ed a great deal, and tho Britisher still crows that we came Into the war when the other Allies had ali most beaten tho Huns." Secretary Byrne, who is a Texan and is In a commercial business at Dallas, Is tho son Charles J. Byrne, of Austin. "Both the Germans and French aro at present "Tho French admit that wd help- on-ga- ged of de-te- at -- 54! ht lnton-tllons.- to al wSI - et three-quarter- s' - . - iit -- our-wor-k iis-su- ed . wo-e- rtf-th- -- anti-Sin- . functioning, without a hitch. The small cities and towns wero by no meanB ovenooueu. in such localities the work nt nmnlnvmimt who given over to tho local councils of uia oruer nnu-- as many as 1,000 councils took up the work with the same success that favored the efforts of the Knights In tho larger cities. There Is no Intention at Present to dlscontlnun thtc wnrlr Tin. cause from many large centers there havo been reports that tho former service men aro not all placed In positions. Until that time arrives It is safe to cnnnliiflA thnf tho tnm--. g efforts of tho Knights. win noc terminate. All of the former servlco men attending the Knights of Columbus free evening school, which is operated by the Committee on War Activities In New York City, have been rather inattentive to tho systom of ringing a boll, to call them to the class rooms for sessions.. Recently the teachers Jn charge of tho school decided a new system would havo to ba resorted to. Ono of the pupils suggested an Idea by saying .that overseas the only medium which seemed to lirlng a soldier to heed orders In a snappy fashion was tho blowing of a whistle. Tho faculty procured half a dozen army whistles from a supply store and" Introduced the whistle for the bell. On the first night When the whfafln. wVilcli la r w Same tVUa HRPiI hv tha mllltonr t&J .lice In the A. E. F., was blown the qiuuenis responoea with alacrity. In fact they responded so rapidly it was decided to regulate the sessions and recess periods by blowing the whistle. Several hundred discharged service men attend the school, which is located In Ave brownstone buildings on exclusive h street. ough-golnFifty-wreatJ ' (I v. 4i RETURN THANKS. M n 'whole-hearte- - eona-eft- 17-8- -- yon'-rptmfr- y tw The Little Sisters of. the PtMW, of Eighth and Magazine, return their most sincere thanks to all tfcetr kind friends and benefeetora, wjj .have helped so- generously tewartU the support of the Home eWrlnr the paet year, and wteh to alt 44 2?8v,Try May (HW 4 ereeperoias nP!r New Year. ward them - -- msk a j:i2iTDi:joKrsr imxmtt AMjsitroAje'KENTUGKY IRISH AMERISflN. BAKERY - n4 r EVERY"" SATURDAY. Moul AcVnctment ol lriti Americas ad Cttfaolta to the Sodl and Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's Institute and Catholic Knights of America. PUBLISHED AND CONFECTIONERY ICE CRKAM M'F'R'S. 1104 SoHth Seventh. Street Phoue City G374 SB TO -A ""'"'Er'lfr " ( - $ op v V ' ?$ Flnrt and third Fridays, Hlbaretea 0 Portland. Home. IRISH AMERICAN. Wnt tltarft Street MfrHS All CwimwtlcatkJW tfl tta KENTUCKT President Tim O'Leary. Vice President Walter Murphy. , Financial Secretary John 1850 Portland avenue. . A. Recording Secretary John Martin. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. . Sergeant-aUArm- s Martin .'..SATURDAY. DECEMBER 27, 1919 I ITE of the Preferred Stock of Louisville LOUISVILLE. KY Sentinel Thomas Noone. known, poverty is found only In tho Gas & Electric Company are so well known in Louisville and vicinity, and FANATICS KESPONSIBIiE. dictionary, murder is a lost art, tho DIVISION 4. dlvorco courts arc closed, physicians so many residents are already shareholders, that the person who receives a stock From every part ot tip country afo non anfl drugglat8 bank. Meets second, and fourth Monday Hall, Sixth street. comes stories .ot deaths ot many rupt W x9BK certificate for Christmas is bound Bertrand at? to keenly realize his or her good fortune. persons by the drinking 'of wood President John J. Barry. A moro jncislvo criticism, Vice President Mark J. Ryan. and other mixtures by tho evor( wln question this optimism, Recording Secretary Lawrence of a gift that does not wear out, or depreciate in value, and class of people who formerly abused t j,as bcen Bi,0WI at ieast to ,jom. D. Meany. use of liquor. Prohibition did 0nstratlon, that tho peace which tho Financial Secretary Thomas J. that reproduces itself as the years go by ona that carries with it a substantial not savo this class, who wore weak now regna throughout tho coal Langan, 2114 Hale avenue. ' tho public at largo gons and that tho gCnerai closing Treasurer John F, Burke. but annual income, paid in cash every three months. Sorgeant-at-Arm- s Patrick Con was doprl'sa of liquor in any form ot all tn0 jalls tn America, which them. Our fanatical waa ordered on December 1, were nelly. 25 oi Be ' Sentinel M. J. McDermott, citizens are utilizing, as a Christmas gift of good prohibition laws did not savo or re- - duo t0 prohibition. A similar conform these unfortunates and their fU8ion 0f thought and.lack ot logic judgment. deaths can bo properly charged to woro oftcn noted jn tho old days, & anu wuen everything that was wrong p tho politician prouiumonisiB fanatics who are responsible for tho was traced to a brewery, which In AAA AAA A AAifrAAAA kAAAkk AAA A A present condition of. affairs. many instances at least ' contained nothing moro dangerous than tho East Oak street, J. Ryan, THE SILENT PRESS. usual supply ot hops, malts, and is Markconfined toofhis homo with an still OF placid Teutons. Perhaps attack of nephritis. Nows has just leaked out that tho the case is somewhat clearer today, English army massacred 500 natives Omaha, for Instance, perfectly sob Miss Mario Horan, "of Chicago, ar In India last April, and the killing for two years, playfully attempt rived yestorday and is the. guest of Miss Lucille Dant. is officially acknowledged by Gen. to "lynch Its Mayor some mon(Jis Dyer, tho British commander of the ago, Miss Idello McCloy Is visiting her nearly succeeded In, burning troops in India. Wo are not sur- tho Court House, nnd ended tho aunt, .Mrs. Fioya Burns, ana' .Mr? prised at the wholesale murder, as not ,.if r m, VUUtUtJ ,uurns in Lexington Mvruw bUU that is only characteristic of Eng- by murdering a AWt. Individuals who ' few Dr. Henry J. McKenna, ofKan-sa- s ' lish reign," but wo are a Httlo sur- foolishly objected to City, is spending tho holidays this joyous litsilence of tho prised at tho utter with his parents at Fairfield. tle carnival. Did Omaha riot bepress, with one or two exceptions, cause GIFT INQUIRY. it was a dry town? Were aro the sob Miss Dorothy Hackett, of New Whero over hero. tho divorce courts any fuller in tho a student at Notre Dame, is 1919. writers who mourn over tho Armen- old days when It was a poor town at homo for tho Christmas vacation. ian outrages, Turkish cruelties, etc., indeed that did not crown Its Louisville Gas & Electric Company, MIs3 Mary Cathorlno Coll, of Jefc that thoy can't spare a tear or two holghts with a brewery? These West Chestnut Street, . fersonvllle, is home for tho Christ' for tho 500 murdered In India? aro gravo questions, worthy to en mas vacation from Indiana Incorporated In Kentucky. Louisville, Ky. gage the attention of tho deepest BISlfOPS' PASTORAL. sago on the Methodist Prohibition Please send me the details regarding your PreMiss Pearl Speed loft Christmas event tho Importance of which Board. An day for Syracuse, whero she will bo ferred Stock and its suitability for a Christmas Gift. " tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Richard It is impossible to exaggerate will Vi ENGLISH PROPAGANDA. Parker. place early in January, when , take Name .:. from every Catholic pulpit throughJ. Carllslo Schmltt, who has been English lecturers In this country, ; ' Street. .'. . out tho United States there will bo assisted .by papers, are located In Western isKentucky the past several months, home for the read, on a Sunday- to bo designated slyly suggesting ; .;. .v that ;Xitv. . ' . . . . . .T. . . ' later, the Joint pastoral letter now States ought not tfy to tho United Holidays. , Kentucky Irish American. collect the boing prepared by a committee rep- Inrcn ' Sunday Clifford Doll returned nmminln nt Jinrrnivnil mnnav resenting tho entiro hierarchy of from Notre Dame to spend tho holidue this country, and that wo. raightf V this country. Tho pastoral will bo waivo asido the collection of intept days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Doll. every Amer tho united utteranco of anu est. At tho samo time greedy Em:- ican Cardinal, Archbishop Ve Pnnwlnio t Innrl onlna Tnaln Miss Elizabeth Gorman, of following. Dlshop. Not Binco 1884, Ind., who was visiting Miss fields, tho Imperator and othor big Ruth Carr in Joffersonvlllo, has tho Third Plenary Council of Balti- ships formerly owned by Gomany. gono homo. more, have tho Bishops issued a Sho Is spending hundreds, at millJoint pastoral lott'er. Important as ions on hor navy and J. J. Drlscoli, who has been ill tho merchant was their pronouncement at that now Improvseveral Our Prices Aro Positively the Lowest in the City marino to compete-- with whom? past rapidly weeks, is bo out In a ing time, tho circumstances of today Unitcil States. short while. and will SPECIALS IN CIGARS, CIGARETTES AND TOBACCO. None other than tho tho crisis that now faces civilizaCHESTERFIEID . . , This is an Issue that wllll havo .to acute strugglo 'between the bo tion, tho Fackatra of SO PIEDMONT Tho Columbia Athletic Club will met and answered by United FAVORITES forces of utter anarchy and of law DYERS Now Year's 'eve CLEAHERS AND entertain , 17c '. LUCKY STRIKE States Senators and Congressmen danco nextwith a . , , Wednesday evening at , CAMEL and ordor, of atheism and religion ' 3 package! SOo. when they go beforo the pcoplo next tho club house. SWEET CAFOSAI. combine to give tho message which year. Carton of 200, $1.65 WINDSOR CASTLE TAOS OFFICE AND PLANT, 1140-4- 2 S. THIRD 6T. Let's live up to our niptto" of .t. now will Issue from tho American MOGUL 3 for 35o) Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knight, of "America First." 1ftr MUBAD Bishops a gravity and a significant Carton .of 100, $1.70 Clifton, and Mrs. Charles Morris , havo returned of unparalleled importance. from a HELIUB ) mat moro may soon uo an agree Frankfort and Lexington. visit to 13c I TURKISH TROPHIES ' The pastoral letter will express ment between tho opposing fore 8 for aso: LONDON LITE . , J concerning in tho Carton of 100, $1.20 tho views ot the Bishops Senato on the peace treaty' Reedy Brown has returned homo I Package of 20 all tho problems now confronting Too much time has been wasterl from Notre Dame University to J FATIMA fctC Carton of SOO, $2.15 tho church In America, as these and tho enuntrv mnrln tn nnffo T nnnnrl 41m Itnlfrf nrn rll In vinvmnfr " " V" " SPECIAL PRICES ON BOX CIGARS .. , Mr. and Mrs. Leo Brown. , probloms woro discussed- - at .the uiuruuy. i comerenco is promiscu , S5o Twist Tobacco, 9o; 3 for .'.... mooting of tho hierarchy at tho when Congress reassembles, and It Mr. and Mrs., Thomas Redmond, SUs Hill Side, Ball Durham, Tuxedo, Victory and Drum, 9c; 3 for AUTO WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER ALL WORK Catholjc University in "Washington is hoped that with adequate reserva- ot Parkland, have loft to spend the WATCH US GROW" v between September 24 and 27 of tions tho treaty question will be winter with their daughter", Mrs. THE AMERICAN CUT RATE TOBACCO STORES YOU AS YOUR PHONE AS NEAR John Carpenter, in Tennessee. Archbishops finally settled and this year. Ninety-tw- o tho equilibrium (Incorporated) and Bishops were present at these of the country restored. S. W. Cor. Preiton and Jefferion N. W. Cor. Preston and Ubsxty OR CITY Mrs. Graco Griffith Is In Jefferson SOUTH 2. sessions, and formed tho National Onr Now Store, 213 Weit Joffenon Street, SOW OPEN vllle from Columbus, Ind., to visit Catholic Welfare Council which is Attorney General Palmor thlnkB her sisters, Mrs, Frank B. Burke, the hierarchy of America, function- tho high cost of living already un- Miss Amy McCann , and Miss Jean McCann. meetings der control. ing., between annual With butter costing administrative commit- eighty conts per pound, sugar through an Sweeney, who is o , Miss Margaret Where the home is Whero work Is quickly tee having under its jurisdiction a arrived in cents, eggs eighty cents per omployed nt Washington, to brightest ; Correct Glasses Are as Important as the Right Medicine. done; Joffersonvlllo last week be the number ot Important dozen and other necessities equally guest of hor mother until after Where the work ts Whero cooking Mesais such as education, social work, high, tho masses ot tho peoplo will Christmas. We Make Glasses to Meet the Requirements of tightest; real fun; lay societies, and tho press. At this not Jicrnn with him. " AK ANY Oculists' Prescriptions Where' the meal . U Whero baking gives meeting thero was also formed the John A. Gormon announces the OJUUST cooked best; engagement of his cousin. Miss Mar- Bpard ot Homo Missions and ForAn oxcellent Now Year's rosolfi- - KUOrlto Ethel Evans, to William Lee Where tho range stands Where drudge is oat el eign Missions, which is responsible tion ior every uatnoiic in tne united Scott. Tno wedding will take nlace the test sight directly to tho annual meeting of States would bo to . contributes 013 FOURTH AVENUE ln January. OPP. MARY ANDERSON whero tho TluU's That's whero the the hierarchy. "Quick Meal" comes "Quick Meal" eomes least as much to tho support. of tho Misses" Mary Louiso Ke'ly' MilThe war has left as Its awful her parish BcJrfTol as to the support of In. la. dred Thornton, Frances Tegart and itage, a condition of sorrow and the o industry. tl'iiiek Meal Ga Hastes Sold, Installed bbcI nighly ifacoBaraaadctl Margaret Genung, students at FerYou'll Never Mnko a Mistake In Ordering Our trouble and danger In all tho world. dinand Academy, aro at home in 215 And unless the efforts now being IDELATE New Albany for tho holidays. 6fe AT ST. XAVIEJVS. made by all men and women of W MARKET ST. Miss Ethel Angomelor, of JJazar-otgood will to reconstruct human s The St. Xavier's basketball auAngemelor, of For Yonr Now Homo It 11ns the Quality. clety aro inspired and guided by thorities aro much dated over the Notro and Arthur Dame, returned Saturday to grace, how shall such efforts prospects ot a successful season. visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ss God's INCORPORATED prevail? . The Holy Spirit seak3 With four of their last year's men Harry Angemeier, over Christmas. BROOK AND A STS. through our Blshons. Their united again In the game, StXavlor gives Androw O. HImmelhavor, a stu promise strong voice will at the opening of th Now est team ot putting out tho Rehm dent at St. Melnrad Academy, is at In years. Captain Year summon us all to heaik the Ylssman has been giving his men home to spend tho holidays with his everlasting and immutable princi- dally workouts in tho gym, and re- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hlm- Nt-vs- r shape melhaver, East Oak street, New Al ples laid down by God himself ports that all are' in for tho initial contest. The schedule. bany. "through Jesus our Lord. as announced by Manager Thomas Miss Margaret Vernla, daughter M. Abell, is as follows: (Incorporated) - ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF "THE OLD ARMORY" January 10 Corydon, Ind., at St. of Mr. and Mrs. Charles vernla, PROIimiTION. Culbertson avenue, New Albany, a Xavler. BLACK & DECKER SOUTH SEVENTH STREET January 16 Louisville High at student at Sacred Heart Academy The prevalence of prohibition was In Louisville, Is at home for the , AUTOMOBILES STORED AND WASHED Louisville High. . POKTABLE ELECTRIC DRILLS one cause for national thanksgiving January 23 Shepherdsvllle at St. Christmas vacation. SKOAL ATTEN7WN TO THEATER STSRABE 25 CTS. AIL MEN M CHARGE EXPERIENCES. to 8 Sizes 3-which the President omitted from Xavler. who has January 31 Lexington at St. .Miss Betty McKenna. S4COO-0EEEON- rj$ proclamation. The omishis annual OVToiilx been studying music in New York CHILDERS ELECTRIC CQ. sion wu grave, for we were prom-faw-d Xavler. February 6 Owensboro .at for several years, arrived. Monday prohibitionist Xavler. INCORPORATKD mmr by our to spend the holidays with her pargswwgst brethren; nothing less than a world j February 13 Corydon at Cory ents, Mr. and Mrs. James S. Me 333 W, Mala Street Both Vhonen 1 3!t IU NETS ENJOY AN ENVLBiX ns, In Fairfleld. In which vice, poverty, crime and don. KXUOHKL REFUTATION AND THE rfUCKDSttP 21 February Manual at St the results of original sin were to Xavler. OF MBJJONS OF WOMEN Messrs. John P. and Paul MereBut good things be unknown. MAOC OF TIE IKXATKUrr HAIR NETS A February 27 Manual at Louis- dith dolden, who have been attendE ,SmTLfc, completes HNEST REAL HUMAN HAW. ALLSHABCS. ing St. Mary's College. St. Mary's. trow slowly, and prohibition, as the villa High; . EVERY HAIR NET CUARANTEED Kan., are spending the holidays with 6 March Louisville at SL Xavler. summation ot good, things, must be OR MONEY REFUNDED. ORDER AT YOUR FAVO. Shepherdsvllle a re their parents. Mr. and Mrs. John M. WHITE ORORiY25EACH RITE STORE. IF THEY CANNOT SUFPJ.Y YOU, allowed Its own time. Yet we are turn game, and will be given being Golden, of Alta avenue. efforts are WRITE US. STATE COLOR AND SHAPE. CAPo"FRIN6ESHfiPE not without hope. A writer ia the made to secure games with h Grates, Gas Water Miss Mayme Dutllnger, who was Institute, ot Lawreneehurg, ChicM Tribune gives the following P. list of the beneficent results pt the New Albany and ScotUburg, wianer visiting her aunt. Mrs. J. ot Sweeth AVE NUB IEWYORK Gas Heaters, Etc., 221 ney, and Mr,, Sweeney; Third process oi matteif men happy and of the Indiana .High School avenue, has returned to her home ' EttMnnHn good by law: , INSTALLED AND REPAIRED at. Nashville, accompanied by her, ' cousin, Miss Viols Sweeney. How serene and ptacld are things KINDNB88 A BLBMIXG. er, airs. . jb. xfuuenaiser. A. Short, 8taWart, P. Krats'snd J, since the passing ot liquor! NecesPiumbinf and Gas Fittinf . Altera, visit or several asys ne was Due, to 'the nearness ot the. Christ- alt on business trips.X sities have dropped 50. per cent. Jn Whatever apeolal ktndnaM say of be accompanied to Louisville by his are contented and us may show this Chritma tlitie to mas 'holidays Kentucklans were few price, coal miners te U- with thslr pareats, Mr. Russell B. Olesson, df Purduo happy, the steel vann are running little child, or human friend, or In New York City the past week 0 8. cixr, ODaifcv tsTwn rtag the North are those from Louisville were Unlvetslty, left Sundsy 84M 8KOOXI tun iorce, auto accioenxs of beast, win Hrlng to us ft Amonir Washington! blessing greater than that we giro. J. O. Trautman, W. J. Balrd, R. M.i Manchester, Ind., to be the uast of , Christmas holidays. It is rumored from hotyonfi. Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, S1N0LEC0PY 5c KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO.. Bnterrd t the LouUvllle Pnitnfllce SfCond.CUM Matter. 319-32- HIBERNIAN. DIRECTORY DIVISION S. $x 1813-182- 1 " Brod-erlck- A Most Enduring Gift Hailed I mffith. Appreciative Delight caw v. 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Ktrs, Kava-naug- ADOLPH KLAR ts Gi ebam-pilonshl- p. - I un-jblr- tr " Jo 0M. JobR. m. MOPXJOK RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American arc earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting orriy firms of known responsibility. IRISH JLlVJCElIOAr. the Irish to enlist, It failed. Men were bound and gagged and chained to staples on board ship to bring them, to America; many.de- serteu at any ana every opportunity. Every effort of prominent Irish landlord CatholicB to raise troops for England failed. The Duke of Richmond, in the English Parliament. asserted: "Attempts have been made to enlist Irish Roman Catholics, but tho Ministry knows that the at tempts havo proved unsuccessful." Mitchell, grandfather of the late Mayor of Nqw York, says: "Nine-tentof the Irish peoplo regarded tho American cause to be Ireland's causo. American archives glvee Gov. George Johnston saying: "If anyone disputes tho truth of my assertion I now defy him to bring any evidence to contradict. I now undertake to bring men of best character in support of what I say I maintain that threes to one in Ire land, that soldiers and sailors feel an unwillingness to tho service of fighting against America." Bancroft, you say, asserts that Gen. Clinton allured tho Irish in America to join King's forces and raised tor Lord Rawdon a largo regiment in which officers and men woro inclusively Irish, among whom were nearly 500 deserters from tho American army? Listen to Gen. Sir Henry Clinton on this point. The English Secretary Lord Germain, March 8, 1778, wroto to Gen. Clinton directing him "to draw off from American army tho number of Europeans which constituted Its principal force." Gen. Clinton replied ori October 23, 1778, pointing out the difficulties of carrying out these Instructions and referring to tho Continental army said: "Tho emigrants from Ireland aro in general to be looked upon as our most serious antagonists." Note Lord Germain recognized tho fact that emigrants from Europe constituted tho principal force of the American army. Ambrose ,Serle, confidential agent of tho British Cabinet, sent to this country by Lord Dartmouth to determine and report "strength, character and personnel of tho army." In his very first letter, September 25, 1770, to Dartmouth, Serlo wrote: "Great numbers of emigrants, particularlylrish, aro in the rebel army, and hore they do Great Britain much injury by bringing our members and trades and so adding strength already too great to tho force of Americans against her." You laugh at sworn testimony ot James Galloway, Major Gen. Robertson and others, and hug to your breast the unsubstantiated assertion of Bancroft, who was not born until many years after the war. Galloway, Gen. Robertson and others quoted by mo wero eye witnesses and actors in the war; had every opportunity of knowing tho truth of their averments; woro men of high position and authority and swore to tho truth of their state ments. Beforo tho British Parliament your friend, Gen. Clinton, recognized tho Irish emigrant ns the principal iorce of rebel army, and the most serious antagonist of Eng- lanu. I wll end this discussion with tho words pf a descendant of British ancestry who settled in Maryland under Lord Baltimore, and whoso for bears woro among tho first sottlers in Kentucky: "Whoever heard of an Irish coward or an Irish traitor in America? Whoover heard of an Irishman who through pusillanimity skulked from doing his duty to thlsmdoptod country? In our first struggle for independence and in our lato war with Britain, did not tho Irish fight sldo by side with us, animating our own soldiers by their fearless bravery' to-g- et hs , "f "v PITY THE BLIND!" wirtrused RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS ers by acceptiag only firms ef kew responsibility. IT. C. RORK. ProUtnt. they find in these celums. We aim Readers ef the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements to- - protect our rea4 " MACARONI SPAGHETTI EGG NOODLES HHRBBRT JBNK1N8, Sw. PBNDBNNIS Inc. A. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. BKPAUUNG WELDINfi ui Ttu. WEST BROADWAY VULCANIZING " CO. ' INCORPORATE Office and Workrooms Northeast Corner Seventh and Broadway Howe Phono City 2511 lioulivllie. Kentucky : GUARANTEED VULCANIZING I Expert Attention Oh Repairs Oa All Makes of Oars ' SPECIALISTS ON 'FORD REPAHUNa ERNEST SMITH, Prop. 718 SOUTH SEVENTH ST., LOUISVILLE, SIIULER AXLE MANUFACTUIUNG INCORPORATED COMPANY Distance Pheee? Souta 903 AUTO WELDING & REPAIR CO. Both Phones 2809 KY. OU j Automobile, Motor Truck and Trailer Axles. GENERAL OFFICES & FACTORY Local and Parkway) JONES AND N STREETS LOUISVILLE, KY. . &SE nT Y Turhish Baths- -0 Most Sanitary, UaaI Has thePlant in America. nOtei Cient lgbl'd 7411 East 180 KENTUCKY LAUNDRY OO. Effi-CreSCe- We Tailor Your Coat, Suit, Dress or Skirt PLEASING INDIVIDUALITY MEGLEMRY-WARPhones 3245, Main D ilt GET PIT Health Is Your Greatest Asset KEEP FIT 408 WEST. WALNUT. A Pair of THE SIGN OP QUALITY GLASSES will bring INCORPORATED COMPANY C03 SOUTH FOUKTAi AVENUB. or City. COMPANY ; "v - y Smithy Doesn't Know Where He Is doing But He Is On Hfs Way. r. E. 508-01- YANN DAIRY CUEElt to ARTHUR A. WILL BUILDER 2481 MONTGOMERY STREET Borne Phone Shawnee 1010 lBoorportl. 0 tscorporated 814-02- 2 CaderblU St. Oeo. Dearborn Uanager -- CoUslllt FATHER or MOTHER THE END Dr. SOUTH WENZEL ST. DR. JOHN P. BECKER ' Doherty Siiows the Weakness nnd Silly Position of Local Critic. BJsifeJr jiPf3 Both Phones 4202 JOHN B. O'LEAKY & ' OO. iieaaquarters for SAM JL. KOBEKTSON , FURNITURE 530 South JOHN B. WATHEN MOVING AND "PACK1X1 TweHtjr-gWf- c OPTROMETRIST, 315 Starts Bb5IiUiJ. Tblrk Floor Fourth and Walnut Plioae City 1180 CITY See Weet ! Shawnee 198S LONG DISTANCE HAULINQ ANY OLD HAT MADE TO LOOK LIKE NEW. FELT HATS CLEANED 60 AND REBLOCKED, CENTS. JIat Cleaning and Blocking our specialty. NATIONAL HAT CLEANING WORKS PRICES THE LOWEST THEFOURBESTSELLERS IN KENTUCKY Bine Ribbon Ttvist O. K. Twist War Hawk Twist Dixie Twist "Made Where Tobacco Grows." SACRED HEART, ACADEMY, Tas VraaUae8oardIag' asd Day School Tot Qlrls, aad Yobbo; Woaaa. CSESC2KT KXUJ, lOOTSVIUiE, XT. Quotes Truo History, Established by High Moral and Intellectual Standards. Catalogue Sent Free. Address: Evidence, Documentary and Secretary, Sacred Heart Aoad.siy, Sworn, 3115 Cherokee Drive, LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY -- John D. Moore Tobacco Co. Incorporated -- -- LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY General Offices 412 Lincoln Building Cumberland Phono: Main 120. Albert Smith, Prop. 533 ..WEST MARKET STREET Homo Phone, City 5161 OLD PERFECT FITTING Whoever Heard of an Irish Coward or Irish Traitor in SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES America? CONTRACTOR FOB AND FARM PROPERTY as about anythlnz la real ALL. KINDS OF CONCRETE WOM estate, We sell, buy and rent. 1815 S. Twenty-sixt-h 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. St. Home Phcae City 4464. Home Phone Shawnee S68 SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. WM. P. BANNON Loans to those having regular In comes or salary, with no publicity or red tape. Loans to housekeepers CONTRACTING PLASTERBB a their personal security. Brook and Bloom F. R. POOLEY, Building, City 8380 Boom J, Courier-Journfjumb. 8. KMT- 415 S. Fooxtli Street. al "SOUTHERN STAB" i&A Pres. LEAKY ROOFS CAN Mark Sales, C. Jacots. Sec. and Treas. WERE LOYAL J. BE MADE LEAK-PROO- F L. GRAUMAN & CO. Incorporated TO OUR CAUSE. CfK). s. SLICED BACON THE VERY BEST "All Ready for Your Griddle la the Morning" HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION OO. Incorporated EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS WITH OUR WONDERFUI, STXPBKIiABTIO ROOF COATING nnarnnteed Ten Years COATXSO CO. IKTXXXATIOHAI. 649 SOUTH SECOND BTHtci' Sealers In All Kinds of Office and Store Tlztnres, Safes, Cash B Bolsters, Show Cases, Counters, Shelvlnff, Etc axAxcr cio Home Phone. City 1838 City S174 Louisville. Ky ' west stbeet J. M. BUCKNER TOBACCONIST NATIONAL HATTERS 325 WEST JEFFERSON STREET DYERS AND CLEANERS Monday Special- - Suits Cleaned nnd Pressed for $1.23. Hats Blocked and Cleaned, BOc. CALL FOR AND DELIVER Home Phone. City 1931 WHOLESALE 800 West Slain Street Louisville, Ky. " LUBOLINE i WHENIT3Y0nK) Both PJioaes C MOVE' n -- Correct lubrication for all motors. DoublcB life of new cars. Improves old ear. Select Pennsylvania crude used la Its manufacture. STATES GASOLINE ALL TOWEIt Uniformed and efficient service In all seasons: dally delivery service to all parts of city. STATES OIL CO. OU Co. a Both Phones i -- r LET US KNOW Local and loner distance movlncr with motor vans. Furniture, packing and Esshipping. All work guaranteed. timates cheerfully furnished fres of charge. A. AKWOI.D 3c SONS AUCTION tt STOKAOB CO. (Incorporated) Successor to Domestic 425 West Main Street If You Are an Employer And Need a Girl Worker,; OR 'As Near to You as tbe Nearest Phoas" FUNERAL FLcOW&RS A SPECIAL SPRAY $3.00 A SPECIAL WREATH $5.00 IK M If You Are a Girl Worker And Need a Position Main 3359 CALL US City 3359 BOO "Ve Women's Activities, 'National Catholic War Council GS7 Soath Pemrtli St. East Side Fourth, Near Broadway. CAMILLE DETERT, Employment Bureau. feurthAwprwlMWrJ Everywhere telegraph Flowers FINE GOWNS short notice. Exquisitely cleaned on DIAMONDS Watches and Men's Clothing Cleaned the government way. We know how! They come back to you sterile and clean. Jewelry FOR LESS MONEY. SIDNEY'S 08 V. Jefferson St. RockingH.C.L.Boat Our service helps to knock the bottom out of cost of clothing. TRY fag Llfl itTsaL DYEING Ypur light colored garments can be dyed by our method, which gives them that newness and freshness so desired by well dressed people. "THE PILL THAT WILL" ZLiE'PfLLS HCNRY C. HERR Cl t work like a charm. Every box sold to satisfy or your money refunded. For In 2S-ce- ,They SWISS Cleaners & Dyers Sk by Ymr Druggist nt package. Phones 2207 Offic 617 Fourth Ave. Plani 909 S. Sixth St. Following is the convincing reply DEAD ANIMALS Heme Phone Shawnee 801 of Dr. William B. Doherty to wrlt- whose ers in the Courier-JournCASH PRICES PAH) HIGHEST HENRY GOSS animadversion upon the Irish- - of Roofing, Guttering, Spoatlag Call Homo Phone City 721; this country have caused surprise SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY rin Hoofs Repaired and Painted Cumb. Phone Main 721. and indignation: The writer of "Where the Irish XXCOBFOXATBS Asphalt Shingles a Specialty OO. LOUISVILLE RENDERING Fought," in your issue of December Four(h nnd Clicstmit. 2011 W. Broadway, LopjgyiHe, Ky. 13, contrary to the American spirit of "fair play," tries to laugh the IsHAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES GLOBE SECURITY & LOAN OO. sue out of the court; tho part the Incorporated. Irish and those of Irish descent All Kinds ot Footwear For the played in Washington's fight for InWhole Family A. Lazar, Manager He talks of "burdependence. Money Advanced on Your Plala Note lesque," yet what ho calls "bur- - Wlint This .Season Celebrates Two HAMBLY'S Stores nnd Tou AVill Agree a sua wesi Jcuerson Street lessuo" Is truo nistory, estaDiisnea 20th and Portland. Shaw. 1716 by evidence, documentary and (Second Floor) 18th and Magazine RELIGIOUS PRESENT City 716,4 Home sworn. His appeal to tho American Phone City 2967. people, by giving his genealogical on Is always In good taste. See our tree up to his CHRISTMAS BANKING lino both sides, is futilo and silly, show-I- n your and you enn'-- t go wrong In JNO. P. MORTON & CO selection. weakness of his case. That tho LUB Gens. Scott, Stark and Knowlton INCORPORATED . START ONE THIS MONTH WITH THE jcommnnded at Bunker Hill wo do Rogers Church .Goods Co. FRANICFORT. deny. Bancroft says, "The not Established 1820 - Louisville, Ky. XHCOKFOXATSD whole number of Americans at that Louisville Bank 120 S. Fourth, Louisville, Ky. With tho arrival homo of bovs OFFICE OUTFITTERS nut exceed 1,500." At battle did tho "rail fence" there were but and girls from school, weddings and Foarth and Central Avenue STATIONERS PRINTERS Connecticut men, until tho arrival OUR PERFECT VISION GLASSES reception parties, Frankfort is en of Col. Stark (with 500 New Hampjoying a gay holiday season. Among Both Phones 2406 shire men), who next to Prescott National Roofing thoso home for the Christmas vacabrought tho largest number of men tion aro Misses Anita Sower, from P.SG TJTLIN GKR A 0 0 was no time Into tho field. Thero Ann Arbor, Mich.; Mary Brlslau, Incorporated Adolph Reatlinger for consulting with Presco'tt. They Elizabeth MfinrrhAr. .Tnnn ATnralinlt Col. Stark fought independently. and Frances Schramme, from Car- Fitch, Coal Tar, Tarrcn Felts, INSURANCE defended tho "rail fence" and the Gravel Roofing (A Specialty). uuuiu, ouu .uuuuru ouwur, lrura TORNADO, LIABILITY AND bank of the mystic with his New PLATE GLASS Hampshire men. Picscott also de124 W. Main Invitations wero issued during tho 123 SOUTH TH1R.) STREET fended ibe wloubt after finding his Phones City 1230; Main 1409-Dast week to tho mnrrlnco nt Mlsa regulai in dangor of being Kuthorino Von Herr Tobln to JQor- CALL US FOR with no ammunition and no psofxiS's provident Ajsecx&Txes tram uimes at C:30 o'clock this gave order to reincorporated morning at the Church of tho Was Orffaalsed by Well.kaowa CltlsMU treat. Stark held on until the main Relievo Headaches, Weak Eyes, Good Shenherd. Tliov will hn nt body had left tho hill. Among the Dizziness, Distorted Vision, etc., and homo after January 15 in Detroit. X, 9 A V Now Hampshire men under Stark at make Reading, Sewing or Close o'Dwyer will officiate vainer J. Oa raraltara aad Otlter VeroomaJ "rail fence" was a company of Bed- Work a pleasure. at tho nuptial high mass. "Property at FOR ALL PURPOSES ford soldiers under Col. Daniel Lawrence Tobm and Miss Nora Our Graduato Optometrist will tOWEIX BATES Moore, Major John Goffer, Capt. MnUCh Weru merrta:' In Prtnrntnn Kentucky Consumers Oil Company examinaCOLEMAN BUILDIWI and- - Lieut. make a careful scientific guarantees lnd., Thomas McGlaughlln last week and arrived In LouIbvMo tion of your eyes and THIRD AND JEFFERSON . Patten, all natives of Ireland. Tho Correct and Comfortablo Glasses. Kentucky 8. B. COR. uotn rnonec zms Friday for a short stay historical sketches of Bedford and with Mr. Tobln's mother, Mrs,.Kate tho New Hampshlro Historical SoOur Club Plan enables you to obOn ciety gave the names of tho men of tain tho best glasses on a small casn Tobln. they tholr bewav tn Alnhnmn iae4eeeeeee-eeeeeaeee)eeMe- f will for tho winter. tho company, tho majority of whom deposit and pay the balance in con- where 9 H. I. BANNOM, PinltfcM afti.MiHgtr. P. BANNOH, JR., Vict PfiJ. Md Treat, wore Irish or sons of Irish emi- venient weekly payments. MAKES CATHOLICS LOYAL. grants. This does not look like NO COLLECTORS NO TIED TAPE "burlesquo." There is no conflict Rev. Father Westormann, pastor with Bancroft in this particular and . J&. m 1 -r m X t A) l A. l v m4 the Now Hampshlro Historical So- KING OPTICAL COMPANY of tho Church ot tho Immaculate g Concoptfon, in a short sermon on W KtAvrmt And ciety. There were Irish, as there W P1,a VIma "patriotism," called attention, to tho woro Americans, in tho British army Eyesight Specialists Hansen's Patent Lidded Pine for Steam Cnndalti . fact last Sunday that tho Catholic 9 before tho war. Many of theso Irish woro forced, through tho 1134 West Market Street, Church teaches Its sons to bo loyal Wall Coping, Drain Tile, Vitrified Brie, to their country and that a good pinch of poverty, to enlist in tho and practical Catholic could bo none k turn raoflag, Fine Lining, Fire Bricll' British army. Tho 1G.000 soldiers Next Door to Zoll's Shoe Stare. In Ireland at tho opening of tho other than a loyal and natrlotlc Grate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Teas. Z war was composed of English, citizen, and one ovor ready to deIMIKTEENTM STREET. Scotch and Irish regiments, of tho JOHN B. RATTERMAN fend his country. Father Wester-man- n said that loyalty to God and lattor only a very few, as Is and , PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN S07. country makes tho Catholic, cltlzon has been English policy. Bancroft's P a good and loyal American. statoment about Irish neonlo send i f Jj tra uincHuiu uau A3rvuKiuriugo hrut iijbiu ibu wo FUNERAL DIRECTOR AiagBflJin A 4 n unn- -i pl ing some of their best and ablest men against America is not only INSTALLATION PRAGRAMME. misleading, but tho facts on record 21 M WEST JftlARKETySTREET show it to bo uttorly false. The Division 4, Phones Shawn?.) 1243. Cumberland bernians, has Ancient Order of Hi- 0!y jour feoya as flacatloa taat HrW people of Ireland had nolthor hand, arranged to install prvpara iamb zqt ux West no7a. act or part In sending troops tho newly elected officers on MonAccording to the Poynlngs day evening, January 12, and tho ST. XAVIER'S .COLLEGE lesmriftg tni Murail NtKt SclitMkTrH4 act, tho British crown and Parliafollowing Committee of ArrangeDr. Uriah Z. Litsiy ment alone had absolute control ments have been appointed to lia W. Xroacway, Jesisvlll, XT. IS& ;s3L over tbe Irish Parliament In matters an evening of entertainment by the Xaverlas Brother Ghirepediat CsniJucted affecting the empire. According to for the membera: John C. Dorsey, Classical. Scientific Buslneai and 507 proceedings in English Parliament Department, Larg Thomas Lynch, Patrick Keegan, S. JoursMi, Preparatory Equipped Qymna tbw X.lkt.i and dispatches of newspapers, it is Slarka J. McElliott and John T. Barry. Swlmmlnr Pool, Well Directors dum. ,Teraa moderate. clearly demonstrated that all official County President Matt BaiIeUt Mro. Beelamln, Ttr. orders relating to troops' in Ireland will have charge of the installation uu, at.!. i iai.es Embalmers. destined for America and even from ceremonies. one military post to another within I 'H Homo Phone 255U Telephone 1022 the British colonies, emanated soleFAKE NUNS. ly 'in London, and' not one order Louis A. Broring, D. D. S. originated In Irish Parliament or CtlO 3KE5HK A demure little woman, wearing t with military authorities in Ireland. the garb of a Sister of Charity, acIrish Parliament did Irish Parliament to send troops to companied by a woman Irish people. Of its 307 members America 'caused riots all over Ire assuming the role venerable Suof a only forty-fowere of Irish' names, land. Hence Lord Chatham said, perior, has been making Mother the rounds 1 STARKS BUILDING. the remainder were English nobles "Ireland is with them (the Ameri ot stores and offices in Los Angeles place hunters, descendants of cans) to a man." - Prior to this soliciting; alms for the ''Old Cromwelllan soldiers and adventur- Benjamin FrapklinJ in a letter to Home and ers, settled in Ireland for over a Samuel Cooper (April 37, 1767) age, Utica, N, Y."Children's OrphanBoth are beyond 10c century. Only seventy-tw- o of, 307 writes: "Alf IrelanH Is strongly In reach of many inquiries today.JThey were elected by the people), favor of the American cause." As are repudiated by Bishop Cantwell members th& remainder were .appointed by the three Tooley tiillors are to the and other local religious superiors, A.' J. 5c the British Lord Lieutenant. The English people, so was the Irish who of course know nothing about : Catholics, forming h of Parliament to the Irish people. As them. People everywhere should gaB s therpopulatlori, had no vote. The regards 'raising renments in Ireland see that all who are In any way NORTON BUILDING teat act, deprived 25 per cent. of the to fifth t in the Tiilted States, alBest Cigars for religious purposes have . other fourth of the privilege of though every profilse. subterfnge, local credentials. Any without them I Sag, H. W. Corntr Fourth tad Jiftost The formal consent of the lie, bribe, and evefc press warrants should be reported, te tbe pollen. al Oculists'-Prescription- REMEMBER great-grandfathe- rs South and onppjy company ls. FIRE Y "sur-round- c" Sat-urd- Oil and Grease -- - .. p. RANNnN m- BAA Pipp rn.i .. f Ur-MC- 830-5OU- IH 373-1786w urn j..iL -- any-whor- o. CORNS.BUNIONS H.B0SSES0N Funeral and AVI5NCE I pro-pa- re , Psw ;. " nu SMOKE Lady Dash Little ur Peo-pje- 's TARPY'S DENTIST 900-O0- FRED ERHART ARCHITECT three-fourt- Hade w r P i --- - . t II BACONaSflRS w k &4$WM'' INCORPORATED ftm : ' Mmn8i,H5H'Bi nr zs '0)fl PLEASE CONSERVE DBiccr3tjoicy( J,eiXl ADBIKIQan. ' HERMAN STRAUS .-- f owm Avewc vxrawamjireo " SONS turner STMCT ' J ! J 'fmmmmmmmmmmmm '&immmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammammm W Qiyo and Redeem Cfold Trtdlng Stampi. 9;,A W dive t Redeem Surety Coupene. .DO 7017 KNOW ABOUT OUR t r NATURAL b.jI j ..;. GAS n Household Club Plan? . GREETINGS!! J A Convenient and Dignified Method of Purchasing s Household Requirements onDeferret Payments: v The outstanding feature of this" method are iU :f convenience in making purchases without any consul- f erable outlay of cash. THe advantage of buying on I the Club Plan during our various sales IS SALE PRICES. Whatever is the price of the goods to a cash .1 '. uc- ui or charge customer, tnai isaiso lt' pncc.w is1 positively no I hold Club Plan customer. There advance. It is j; Theye are no "confidential arrangements with a fixed schedule ;; conducted upon an open bails of rates. The first payments aad the montniy pay ments are the same to all. : J ; - f. .4. j. ,114. i ., t J Our gas holders are less than kklf full. The pressure at'Louisville.-ithemain line, is down to 40 pounds, against 200 pounds which is carried in mild weather. In dher yodsJ the company" has drily 2,000,000 cubic feet of reserve, when it usually has 8,000,000. " H . ; ' . .- -. u-srt.v- . Tbe great growth or the city, coupled ,with the high price of coal and the difficulty obtaining it, has caused an immense increase in the consumption of gas. The comof pany has no legal right to refuse new consumers, and even if it"did refuse new con. sumers, the increase in consumption in houses .already connected has been so great as to cause the demand to exceed the supply even in moderately cold weather. Wishing $oa and yours, oar mairaj) friends and custom- ers, a prosperous and ;; J , ' 1 ' . ; It has been demonstrated that with a temperature of 30 degrees the city takes more than 2,000,000 cubic feet of gas. per day. If the weather should drop to zero it is certain that the amount o( gas available will be totally insufficient to meet all wants, and unless the use of gas for heating is curtailed then the supply for cooking will fail also. to cook the people's meals. It is not a is a question of gas, witrr rebates. The company is advised by eminent attorneys that no rebates are question of due when the low pressure is causeoVJy a demand exceeding the amount which the company contracted to furnish. HAPPY NfW YEAR! Oar store will remain closed all day Thursday. This f' which ' SURETY COUPONS ARE Q1VEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS Satisfaction In Eyeglasses '" hHmmm' - )exa)a)aiaa)aa Auto Delivery The company is making every effort to increase the supply of gas. Connections are now being made which will bring' abouf3,000,000 feet additional gar to the city. This will make very little difference in the situation. So long as the gas is cheaper than coal and coal is hard to get it is physically impossible to supply sufficient gas to do 'all the heating of this great city. Both Flioncs 1023 JOHN M. MULLOY 212 WEST MARKET STREET. Every pair of Glasses that we furnish so thoroughly satisfies the wearer that he recomendj our servico to his friends. We guaran-. tee complete satisfaction, i, Deep Curve Lenses, with any mounting in stock, Superior $4.50 case and cord complete !?Cc Extra Small Shelltes Rims We fill your oculist's prescription or duplicate your old lenses. No charge for examination. "Sectiy teBaliavrntf HIGH GRADE COFFEE Ten, lb Coco, lb BitkliiK Powder Kxtract, portubo Pic Filling EtJK Mitt (20 eggs for 25) Coffco lb We again Very earnestly request all consumers to burn as little gas as they can get along with. This request is , especially addressed to those who are equipped with" appliances for heating .with coal ahcl) who are burriipg gas Onaccount of its greater ' convenience and less cost. ;'$ 80c to $1.25 ' 40e 30o to ClQo 40c to OOa .'" V 30o 5 25a Louisville Gas t 611 S. Mat EoJf -- fcl & Electric Co. INCORPORATED MEN TRY US $1.50 TWO-PIECE SUITS E fbutii A iv. Louisville, ftjf By DONALD McDONALD THREE-PIEC- Vice President and General Manager. SUITS $1.75 f WB ARE RBSrONSIBI.B. BEST SERVICE IN TUB CITY. Do Your Duty It is everyone's duty to make a WILL. , It is also a duty to select a reliable and competent 1 Executor. Becin the NEW YEAR right by selecting this com pany as your executor and your estate is assured of having proper care and attention. Our officers are always pleased to confer with you upon matters of this kind or anything of a financial nature in which you are interested.; s Puis Cleaning' and Dyeing' Co. INCORPORATED HARRY B. DRIVER, President. Both' Phones 2635. 421 W. Chestnut St. LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK Por Your Savings U. S. Government Protection. " More than 35,000 Bank Accounts, representing 100,000 people with a total deposit oi more than $10,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by tba ear-ol- d people of Louisville at this safe, conservative sixty-fivo-- y bank. w UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND Fidelity and Columbia Trust Co. ' Louisville, Ky. Columbia Building, Tho Oldest Trust Company lh the Soutli. SLASHING VALUES AT THE Cargo Assortment of Watches, Diamonds and Leather Goods Bargains in any Unredeemed article you need Pledges for Musical InstruSale Cheap ments, Cutlery, Guns Clothing . v; FurnlshlMga Shoes THOMAS KEEN AN 1529 WEST MARKET STREET CUT RATE LOAN BANK YuleTide Greetings , , 0117 1369. Mala 2II0-- T. m oaZss. And may the holiday bring that spirit of satisfaction and content-- , riient that exists in the knowledge ' of work welt done and a vision of Funeral" Director and jErabalmer T 17-7- 10 B. CHESTNUT IiOUISVILLB, KX. h . W Hats a it S) iiKSHtan MONEY LOANED On Anything m a a. Cash Paid for. Old Gold, Diamonds, "Watches future accomplishments, - , " I BOMBPHOXB8S VVWWVWWW' CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971-y . J. J. BARRETT'S 50NS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. ;i& fefLOArfBANKja V ;., 7 XtVVEs Phone City 125 N2DBj of Value 125 W BIARKET ST. ' V S---o- ft JJ Loalsvllle, Ky. ,VyyyyVVViyVfy irOR E ft ' lA PEACE ON EARTH :- ;AND ". GOOD WifLL TO MEM : ' ' SSVVVtVVlVVVWtW IDOUCHERTY & McELLIOm 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, i: ! I SSfS? Bast 3WCaln. ceet. .x. t. H WASHING 1UB S0EJ "V ""SV Ww9wWWWi,iiviiiiniwwirvgi xi imhiu Woolens, Silks, Georgette, Crepe de Chin and All Dainty Materials. YOUR GROCER HAS IT.' 1rt ' Funeral Cumb. Mala JEFFERSON AT FIFTH STREET Liisville. Ky. Directors and Embalmersii ' BOTH PHOKE8. 2098-- a ' I Heme City & ', , :t- - BY , MAGIC-KELLE- R INCORPORATKD , SOAP WORKS S .vcr.-.--,-- - - ;,' ..'W ''.V FORTY HOUB0. Th Mt-eUl''-- QffS3E?' JHHHrtHeTr HARVEY-JELLIC- O ,aisms aas MOUNTAINS. t9999mmmmm94mmmmm9t, AL. S. SMITH PROP. GRAN W. SMITH'S SON Director COAL CO. (DWXJRFOlUlTaO) 'B " ' The Compmny With the Coitl and the Servic. yumowi Blnelc Jet Lwrap Col frem Uniterm KsatMy. 7.t WmU ImiU t FiftMntli Hnd ManiH, "Swl" at Fimrt b4 A fiMliiitdBlYiai', PpaAayne8tota. . .Ur will Forty Hourp' Devotion wlU Imvo ahorUyaftar tbi first oil ,tk yoar to smbq the reat 6V tta. begin tomorrow morainjr.at St.. ter wttn tMiif daughter, ehuroa. Bcoo stvoot, b Jjnf iytm. MarHot anU Jatfonoa. wttk "WteMmniift, at Ada. Okla. DoaplW , ninety yars, Col.. blgk hum nd Mfitt8. T)i d ttla vf snnkeo this trip every yefr. dii... .iii Qm pMtor. and. and also Ttolta hia son, Vincent: Mo-lwltthrtfi w-IfMc-A)- "WlUi TiJOB LONG TRIP. Mr. and Mm. John MeAtoar will rs. WONDERFUIi er m. wm eto Timliy. Atr, in Tezas. narrowest width' of the Rooky JaWntaina, from haaa tobaw, la about 900 rallea. ThM nwun-(aiare th iQQat woadarful in th ' worlid. .Tjfty nfto piOMj are found; !aM offraat Mmet ," ,' value. , , ,v The , Funeral i ''-,- and Embajmer i ns BOTH PHONES S10. wf $ SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE r fallilWl i,SJHS)tttftttttltitlllH 0 STSij