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Haaam".; Prosperous HjlHPVHfweHe fmfWJE'uHSnMlm fHBaaHLl aaBm MEM IHBHil... T nil V.2KBBBHB1BHS i ? mwimm!km'mW&1l?&H 'a 7itnS9 VBBBBBSB - mmtL' Jk. 'Military Cemeteries, la FraMM . ting Resting 1FJe -- ., Heroic jMk : j!V 1. 't. ' si i m Personal Pride (h Making j As Wear ,;- . aaP9BaHBH9B&. It ' -- IB''', . " WwLfMmmmv 'm Perfeet JUrls'7 World. v - TO BEGIN NEXT MAY. iiii "Jwi 'C ' tIV!' t ORDINANCE hcf!camouflage. im- Uv-f- 5 " vw t iof ObWtTWMMMM 4 iWk- 'mtm mmmkw WBBmWB 1R; V;iBHK . "''rilr'filJIllB I "r' ! , ! it VISITORS SECU3W V every weces of and That the Uiilted StatesC.w camouflage near' fayor Smith-ntlclals connected with tl llcan "reform the present, H Registration ' Service have !ucod a meas- administration ii every effort to make, the Ai vMWtHlmKtmtmmBr' Kmmf&mtm.tMtfmmet6tlMtxt&HmAti atWgWyWPWWBMM rd of tho Gen- tare in the LowarJ military cemeteries ia the tattfr KMiHBVJBVJSBBWBJBjBJBjHlaBpH&BlBHpQ crai council mc tfy night which Is areas in France a fitting resting lBaSgBWPWSga"!,iitfigiii ni iiiiirajggaBWWBMigpMIBOaiPSMWij slmplo on the a gouge pure place for America's horolc dead Is k residents of Louli rllle and only soc-- i statement mado by John A. Owens, WOMAN DEMOLISH ING GERMAN FORT. ond to the big a rcase in taxes and WAR PAINTING PRESENTED TO FRANCE BY AMERICAN RED of Taunton, Mass., who has Just reCROSS. According to the rules of tho armistice all forts and fortifications assessments justfj ilsted on tho peo- turned from France aftor completTho war painting entitled "Ho mage to Franco," which has boon ing his work with tho Knights ( must be destroyed, in Germany P hoto shows tho demolishing of tho nlo Tho lniM.''. the" sjicclal ordl- nance introducedko. elvo tho Louis presented to tho Fronch Government by tho American Red Cross. Tho Cqlumbus Committee on War ActivFort of Spandan, which before Its being destroyed was one of tho villu Homo TeliMWino Company an painting was exhibited In tho Luxembourg Musouto in Paris and wnsV ities. A former newspaper man, strongest forts In. the world. opportnnltr f if!e its rates to a presenteu to franco through rresia ent roincairo. Owens traveled thousands of miles c s.. Smith has nxvireiHd on trips to military cemeteries from SLACKER CATHOLICS. American cemeteries aro located- at tlw jmWMT' by waiving Rsldo niaybo ho was representing tho Bollcau Wood, where many of the TRIEST'S JUBILEE, BMMvths not.'co required Thlacourt. which is tho 8t." Mlhlel tho 'eighteen Marines aro burled, to tho little Company, as tho latcemetery at Plolsv. where many on Tno men and soma women o Brown Taxicab Telephone cemetery at La under tha jrobf. Rev. Androw C. Zoellor, tho AN INCREA8K IN ter might bo intorcstcd if tho Car tho men of tho First division aro who' insist" upon standing far back BEFORE communa ot Belfort, near the and zealous pastor of St. Swiss border. Ho has taken hunInterred; at Bcllcau Wotfd, whero at tho Siiaday masses and who will RATES MAY DJIf SOUGHT. Under Company raised our fares very high. tho Marines engraved a new page, in on no account take seats, aro not tho gulsq pt a'fsturo consolidation In tho samo Issuo. tho Herald tells Donls church on tho Cano Run road, dreds of photographs of Individual history and nlso where men of tho nervous and They ore of tho two teleajme companies tho us that Tobo, Chcs, Matt Chilton, on Tuesday" had tne great happiness American graves and theso have Paul Burlingnmo and a tow others of coraplotlng twenty-flv- o xwenty-sixt- n division uica noroicai- - not stationed so near tho door as to ralso in rates Is to be allowod the got together years In been forwarded to tho parents, or in ly as a result of their clash with bo ablo' to" make their In Homo Telephone Company, but lag and taued tho Republic build tho Prlesthood next of kin ot tho deceased soldiers. d eln Bhwere for Scringes, near Fere- - case ot flro or earthquake. Their neither Smith nor "hiB ofllclnl tho Germans at wllh token8 anrt rae8sages ot good In this work he always received tho to ran or Vtea Fd" Sergeant Joycoi only fear Is that they may lose a family, as ho designated Paul whero ot tho officials A 8llvcr Jublleo ,a always an active ' W,1K Joceph- J,awton and M. H. dent on tho Republican Uckot uunigr, tno tamous now xoric poet, fow seconds of their precious tlmo. rejoicing, but- - coming of' tho Graves Registration Sorvlco, how that cal" occasion 0f ho,lday now rests; at Bony, where tho ma- With tho priest's last blessing thero Thatcher. havoxplaLned why tho one can tho SU frlm Malno to "ason tho foa - who extended to him every possible , jority of tho Americans who fought Is a stampedo for tho doors. They public Bhould hjivo to pay higher - i tivlties aro moro prolonged. Friday courtesy and assisted tho K. dt C. i,,it- .iV on tho British front now rest. There hurry But with set determined telephono rategiiWhllo the Cumbermnn in mnny ways in locating isobunding being 'praised aro also American military ceme- faces; Some great duty seems to be land and HopioXfflwncrs nro "dickergraves and cemeteries Jn sides for the Issuance ot tho call entertainment for their pastor. Sat- lated teries In hundreds of places in impending. However, onco they aro ing" bver tho terms. Hero is anurday morning But tho Herald failed to add what a special mass thoy wore present at which but a fow bodies wero inon fur- out, they becomo mbn of leisure If other curious Southorn Franco, whoro men of tho situation: in their honor. Sun- terred. loughs to leavo. areas are burled; God bo as stingy with those people Not a --daily payer iff Iioulsvlllo hns had become of all the glorious prom- day tho members of tho parish had The Graves Registration Sorvlco Belgium, ns'they aro with Him, they will got objected to tWAVajangc," nor has ises of "Howdy Ed" as to how ho a special celebration, and on Tues- In Franco is in charge of Col. also in tho British Isles, was going to rejuvenate Kentucky day, ' Germany and Italy. Whllo an ef- short shrift In the pther world, Of near Mayor Stuttli called for tho tho day Itself, thoro was solemn Kromor, tho head ofUco being locatyears. fort has been inadd whoro it was course, when it cornea to pollcomon, 'pHblip lnectJlst, Ivo fs so fond of for tho coming four holdup men aro high mass, tho celebrant being tho ed at Rue Boissy d'Anglas in Paris, Tho burglars and practicable to concentrate tho bodies firemen and milkmen, thero .is a to get, tho public opinion In the Jubllarlan. Tho Rev. Charles P. and at this ofllco are the records ot having a merry hnrvest at tho of America's dead in tho larger reason. But thoso other fleers from "matter. ' eloquent and all tho American dead In Franco. of our poor old Keystone po- Raffo preached an present cemeteries tho work up to a short tho love and grace of Gqd should, NoW here's ita opportunity for feeling sormon, and in tho Visitors are first directed to this lice, and sad to say tho crooks aro sanctuary tlmo ago was still being carried out, nd matter how cold their devotion, the Jt6try GluM, tho Optimist Club, woro many clergymen. ofllco, whero a modern filing systora robbing tho Quaker Maid stores In and whllo during tho early part, of practico better manners. It tejpf-ree- t or IheH-bUiMerchants' Association Father Zoellor has been In Louls- has been Installed. All information tho year 1919 there wero tver I:--, and tho decent thing to roanfe to test, tho fclnWrlly of tho present rotation, that Is No. 1 today, No. 2 vlllo about four years, but has a regarding tho particular soldier intomorrow, and so on. The news pretty church, school COO American cemeteries tho numtill tho mse is over and tho pfyws "reform"" adnltaistratlon. Lot a house and res- quired after is supplied in a fow to have ber has now been, decreased uHl following niji" Tecltea?5i, JalL: committed JrflniA'esch be Dresent at seems Kovstono gone broadcast about idence on tho Cane Run road, a minutes by tho clerks In charge . comedy coos and BhorlwiilfltADCQ our ft Ug wtj4wi''tM-JPfco. fHjgj a m. 4 till '. )MMEu;eSHie "Board from, the cltyjlmits. Seldom, does it jpecur that thorejs a tti.i.V.ru.vitr? hum lupu uuiu.i luuuK MERITED TRIBUTE. men next Tuesday evening and sum- uuuu'-nicongrelong delay hierarchy and several hundred ec- nro an marKoa witn a, wooaon cross, every section ot the country. Night Tho universal grayerIs of his ho may Tho name ofIn' securing the records. mon Smith and his "offietnl family" In clesiastics, with ample room for tho painted whito, on which Is also infriends tho and night out houses and stores gation and to celebratethat golden ed, his company, deceased i3 furnishThat was a graceful as well na a to testify Just why tho peoplo of aro robbed, men most Imnresslvo ceremonies. Tho scribed in black letters tho name ot bo spared regiment, division his and women assault- Jublleo. Loulsvlllo aro to bo hold up for ed and Episcopal throne of Cardinal Gib the man, his company and regiment, merited tribute which Judge and serial number as well as the tho poor old Is of tho High Court ot Ontario, thousands ot dollars and discover, and numbor of tho grave, tho plot and bons will bo close to tno nign auar, and on many graves thereupon an don't oven get a tho Canada, paid to tho Catholic Church it possible, tho "nigger in tho which will bo surrounded by fifteen Identification disc nailed tho location ot tho cemetery. The INTERESTS CATHOLICS. clue. Tho public, by tno way, recently: "Wa do not protend that Here's a pointer or two for doesn't hear small chapels In honor of tho fifteen crosses." visitors can also procure at this oftho robof Toronto Is a Catholic city; but wo tho public to consider: Tho daily mysteries of tho rosary. There will Tho Commission of tho'Lcaguo of llco Information as to the best methberies as tho victims nro told at recognize tho grandeur ot tho Cath- press says tho Mayor and his oflU Keystone altars, not counting NEW ALBANY. bo twenty-nin- e headquarters not to tell Nations Conference, sitting at Brus- od to reach tho cemetery, tho presolic Church. Wo rccognlzo that in clal family woro told that, both tho altars In tho spacioua crypt bennyonc, for If tho news got in tho sels, has brought up the question of ent condition of tho city or town ia Installation nt New Albany ofi tho past throughout tho Middle companies would operato at a loss which tho cemetery Is located and neath tho sanctuary. This crypt, burglars might get holding 1,200 persons, will be fin- nowly elected officers of St. Ed Ages, sho kept alive tho flamo ot If tho rate3 wero not raised, But papers tho town. Can you bentscared tho admission of tho Holy See to whothor or not hotol accommodathnt? the league. Such a suggestion, com- tions aro to be had. In early Romanosquo stylo. ward's Commandory, Knights of St. civilization, ,and savod Christianity tho dally press fnllcil to state tlint and lenvo ished struck "What' The National Shrino will nrlso on an John, and St. Theresa Auxiliary, the irom tno incursions ot tho barbar- - tho Homo Telephono Company hns It doesn't seem to have some of ing voluntarily, Is exceedingly Interesting to Catholics, but is has Amorlcan is the condition of the b(H?n declaring a rcgulnr dividend Pottv's KVystopcrs that if attractive site, where tho university women's department ot tho com- - mns. TX7a Kr,imti ln tm-cemeteries which burglars left town wo would bo caused no stir in Romo, nor even you havo military In p0"wir ami her force' aid thou-r.tho grounds adjoin the National Solof 7 per cent. Nor was mention better off. As it is they stay hero Franco?" surprise as it has been considerably Owcus was visited by tho writer, Mr. Homo. Tho facado rises about night, diers' inndo of tho Homo asked la Januar C. Officers ofthd!Bno exorcises her powers for what Telephono tho fnct that stock, which and rob somo ono else. Tho other discounted by tho abundant 600 feet from tho university gates; Company his reply lately given, ot the world's In part: tho K. of C. Secretary said ne and good a5d true. Wo do was sell'nt; in tuo nineties on the day tho daily papers told of burwill bo thus sot in its '?'".m.rI,?"lih0 SLx","?.!f?rol8 the church "From first hand knowlglars holding up a poker game in recognition of tho importance and edge night. They wero not forgot that this Ereat instltu 6wn iftrk. n few months nco, is quoted of hundreds ot American cemeSt. Tho tion. tho Catholic Church, was tho market Loulsvlllo Stock Exchnnuo the West End. Tho story of tho value of Romo. Tho attitude of teries which I havo visited In the aro Maglnnls & Ror. Edward's Commandory 'Hie arrhitertn on tho Adbut might Walsh, of Boston with whom Is as- visor; Charles Curran, SpiritualChap- cradlo of democracy from tho ear- this week nt 105. With a 7 nor holdup whs correct, placo Itwhero bo tho Holy Sco is unchanged. It has battle area, I think that tho conditho Rev. James Walsh, the never asked admission to anything; tion of tho comotsrles Murphy, proliest times." cent, dividend and stock selling mentioned that the sociated Frederick V., a3 a whole is robbery tho headquarClement BIr, abovo par It doesn't nppcnr thnt tho ters of occurred wns In Republican but It has always let it bo known very good and in many cases tho fessor f architecture at tho Catho- lain; Flynn, Charles President; Willtho "Come Goring, Vice that its unlquo moral influence was army mon in charge havo mado I ldvorsity. designs for iam Their public should bo called on to tiny Club," and it was a crnp game, and lic Presidents; John Jr., Reat tho sorvlco of tho world, If it moBt wonderful looking comotories o tho chinch havo bsen prepared aftor cording Secretary; Connelly,Morthorst, telephono rates. Another Joseph masterAmong the society events of in- little point merchants and good gov not n poker game, in progress. Somo should bo desired. Thoro is no rea- out of what a year ago was a sholl-tor- n careful study of tho best members pieces of the Uomrufsque style, and Financial Secretary; William Miller, terest in Catholic circles was tho ernment representatives mlnrht ask ot thenro thinkingot the "Come In" son to boliovo that tho Holy Seo area. I want to say that tho of changing tho would refuso In this in .irnjunctlon with tho landscape Treasurer; Herman Rouck, Frank marrlngo ot Miss Margaret Morgan Smith and his official family is If Club name and they say thoy are held up lnstnnco If tho proposal wore car- men In charge of tho work lake a Hallor, Frank Earl, Herman Becht and Benjamin F. Gargan solemnized Au'hlfcct, Fred.ii'tk Oinviead, of Freeman, Trustees; Bon Christmas evening at 6:30 o'clock In tho Cumberland Telephone Comnnnyy enough during the campaigns with- ried forward; but cortaln Christian personal pride In endeavoring to Boston. These designs wcro exhib- and Bon Custodian; Dr. W. tho cometerlc3 of which they doesn't own most of tho Homo HuBson, out having their hard earned crnp and other considerations in tho make charge B. tho rectory of St LIuIs Bortrand's ited n tho Conference of he Amerihavo as near perfect ascon-dltio- n stock now, and ask for a list game winnings taken away. Medical Examiner; Herman church. The ceremony working of tho loaguo would doubtcan hierarchy In SMtfiifcer. The Rouck, Captain; was will permit and on tho other Ono would think that after tho less be necessary to ensure that coFrank Earl, First formed by Father Heenan in per- of tho prominent Loulsvlllo capital(okt xt tho church in estimated at hand oxtend ovory possible courtesy tho ists who nro interested in sec Ins; Board ot Safety purchased nlnotecn operation. The Popo has Lieutenant; William Flynn, Second presence of tho infmodlato families. th's "gouco" go throuuh. about S5.000.000. to nil visitors who aro seokins.ltbo Smith and Herman Rouck, Tho attendants wero L. R. Bakor might explain nt tho snmo tlmo why automobiles .twelve motorcycles and Mu- - Lieutenant, 'donated a full slzo mosaic of graves of the men who havo given Conception as a Joseph Morthorst and Frank Hallor, and Miss Kathorlno White. Imme- ho waived aside tho people's eight- other like vehicles for our Keystone GEN. BARRY DEAD. rlllo's Immaculate their all for their country." cops that somo or most of them Dologates to tho Sevonth Indiana diately gift to the high altar of tho church, Commandery. after the ceremony Mr. and een months' contract with tho Homo would be familiar with all classes of Continuing tho K. of C. man said: Gargan Major Gon. and tho Catholic clergy of tho reon a piddle are ot tho St Theresa Auxiliary The Rev. Mrs. at homo left 1C31 trip and Oak Comnany Inwithout giving tho YOTTR. cars, but a scene was witnessed on tired, former Thomas H. Barry, tho "It is true intho condition has made now IJnlted States aro associating them- Charles Curran, Spiritual at commander of West tho deal. KEEP b volco Fifth street Tuesday that led ono to Central Department and tho De- French soil many places Advisor; street. selves with him in erecting tho Miss Elizabeth Woinmann, Both aro well known and EYE- ON THIS UNNECESSARY bellovo tho comedy cops were worktho work of eradine monk dlfflmtf Presi. 'altar. partment of died at tho dent; Mrs. Mary Becht. Mra. Anna popular and a legion of friends ex- TMT8E OF THE PROSPEROUS ing for n moving picture, and tho Walter Reed tho East, in Washing for during the rainy season in many i Tho Trustees of tho University Hospital tend congratulations' and pest wishes HOME TELEPHONE COMPANY. spots the soil will sink a few inches, big crowd gathered was looking all comprising twenty archbishops and Meyer, Vice Presidents; Miss May for a happy and prosperous wedded The weakness and political sub around for the movlo operator. An ton at 2:45 a. m. Tuesday after an but undor tho direction of the ofiiecKoi, itecoraing secretary; Miss life. bishops and ten laymen have con Mary Uraemiu ficer in charge tho graves are being serviency of the local "reform" ad electric car was stationed near Fifth Illness of throo weeks. DIdolot. Financial Secretary; ded the work of tho Natloua ministration Is exposed to publto and Walnut, near a coal hole and poisoning was tho direct causo of regraded." Miss Rose Huth, Treasurer; Miss Shrino to a committee of their mem THOUGHTFUL EXPRESSION. Gon. glare In the Schott murder case and one "Are thero many unknown dead our street car cops guessing death. old. and Barry wa3 sixty-foyears hers, of which Archbishop Dough Anna Zimmerman, Manager; Mrs, was retired from a little rovlow of tho principal fea thnt of various Margaret Buchhelt, Sentinel; MIssi tho "dorn thing ran llko a army last October 13, at which tho In tho question cemeteries?" was anerty, of Philadelphia, Is Chairman: Tho following" thoughful expres- tures shows tho incomnotency ot street car" climbed in and started time other asked; to which he Rose Zeller, Guard; Mrs. Emma sion, written by tho Most no was commander of tho Central replied: "Taking everything The other members aro Bishop Can Kraus. Mrs. Margaret John ine ppiicq ana Smith and J. Glennon. Archbishop of Rev. Louis, To begin with aotectivo aoDartmeju. tho car. Then the fun boeran and Department with headquarters " at consideration thore are very fow Into evln, of Pittsburgh; Bishop Shahan Miss Margaret St. the body of tho girl tho movio people lost a million dol- Chicago. unKraus, Trustees: Mrs. of tho Catholic University; wane: Louise other divisional identified dead Keller and Miss Allco Hlnko-bol- carries a with It tho Influenco that wjis taken to a Republican under- lar cpmedy picture when thov commanders With Barry was sent to centage being in Franco, the perGeorge Smith and James J. Ryan, Gon. such statement should, coming taker's establishment before Coron- woron't on the scene. Tho "hick" far lower than that ef Philadelphia. It is proposed to iliary; Delegates to tho District Aux- from so high a sourco: er Carter or tho police authorities cop started tho car, but stopping It tho Western front for a tour ot In- of any other nation and this was Miss Mayme Hupson, Delebegin tho work nest May, with a gate spection after the United States en- brought about primarily by tho fact "Wo as a nation heretofore have v's'tcd tho scene, although it is was unother qTuestlon. In Fifth to Supremo Convention. Magnificent ceremony. A pilgrimbeon a nation at onco spendthrift forbidden by Jaw to move a street ho wont for about 100 feet. tered tho war and on his return that whon the American troops age of Catholics will converge from and prosperous, but wo can not ex- body where death occurs through Then ho reversed and backed with made strenuous afforts to obtain an went Into action tho only creed thoy CAMPBELL BmTIIDAY. all parts of the United States. Carpect to contlnuo both for any con- - v'olonco. Tho detectives, at lQast some force into a street car. Tho active divisional command at tho know was to advance with the redinal Gibbons will presldo. Thoro tyto men drawing salaries for detec- motorman on the car retaliated for front He was examined physically sult that from tho tlmo they started A, Campbell. Sr.. was elven B. J. .."Juu '""." tive work do not know whether tho tho bump from his will also bo representatives of tho indications of tho a drlvo they kept going and going former associate at tho tlmo and brought jijf. happy Informal party In honor of his' nnr bnnin great shrines of tho Virgin, both in u nr -about his until tho armlstlco halted operadoor ot tho office was locked from and he put on tho 'lover apd hit tho condition that fiftieth birthday anniversary. Thoso unless we Individually seek to c6n- - the Inside or' outside, do not know South America and Europe. death wero discovered by tho sur- tions." electric broadside. Then tho i'iuoi.ui. nviu mvaaia, twin ivmsilHines sorvo by thrift that which wo have, whether tho furniture in tho Toom got excited and backpd Info geons, although tho General himsolf B. J. Campbell. Jr., J. B. Campbell, and wo cannot be too soon In com was upset during a strugelo WHERE TnEY SLEEP. CATHOLIC CAMPAIGN. or by a "flivvor" on tho side, knocking was not informed of tho fact. W. B. Campbell, B. J. Camnbell. Jr. mencing. It is too lato to lock ot his physical condition, how- the the Republican undertaker's help- the poor lowly llttlo Ford Into a Btahle door when tho steed is ers, nor could they take finger horse and wagon. The horso kicked over, be was not held to bo availlong K. of C. II., J, Casper. F. Gossman, Ed. Just returned from Catholics of Now York City have G. Wright. G. Berry, J. stolen. National wealth in the fu prints or any incriminating arvlce In France. Secretary Owens, evidence up and tried to run away with the able for front lino duty and when Inaugurated an active campaign to his division wont overseas ho was toach children, particularly children who traveled 45.000 miles and vis- Daneen, F. Hack, W. Mattlngly. R. ture will depend upon individual atler tho body wils moved. It Js Wagon, and bv that time the whole ited the cemeteries where our Amer-ie- Whitty. J. Hooy, Mrs. P. J. Goss- thrift I especially commend the real njtlfnl to see the bunetfng square from walnut to Liberty was reassigned to command tho Central ot foreigners of that faith, the evils man; Messrs. John Keyer, Ed Bren-na- war Savings and Trcorury Savings handling of the case by dead soldiers sleep, says; of Socialism, Bolshevism, anarchism the Key- in an uproar. Finally a good Department. It. Tallou. John Campbell. Ber- Certificates as offering In their In- stone police. "The most practical thing our and other forms of radicalism. The One day they are Samaritan came along and stepped Misses Margaret vestment an Incentive to thrift and sure Br, Schott committed Hie raur into tho electric, shutting off was to have nard Campbell, War Dfrtmeat did drive, which has the support ot MAKES MANY HAPPY. the LuIIa Mary Campbell, at the same time the safest and best der, the next day they bollevo Jt current and releasing "soldier going fnfo Campbell. jery American Archbishop Hayes and was started the demoral wear two Wentlflcatlon dlsca Adeline Brennan, Evelyn Gossman, of all pther Investments." etlon was sufe'do. nd. in between tfmos lzed Keystonor. The annual Christmas visit of tho uuuur nis direction, covers every Our hero stopped They have boon Gertrude E. Gossman, Rose Lear around his nack. h$y lock up the llttlo Gardner girl. out a little shaken up and paid to Waller Doll and Orphans' Pleasure district of tho city, and Is conducted Campbell. Bornadetta of great assistance lu identifying uampooll, HOLIDAY GUESTS. They are successful in ono feature Ms" "Well I'll be Club brought happiness td the 3,000 by more than 500 Catholic school (he men when they were picked up Catherine Campbell. Maty Elizabeth PI tno rasa though. A Republican John Brown if I evev fool with one young and old Inmates of Louis- teacnors. Thoy viiuntoored for the fterr;a .battle. In some cases to Campbell; Masters Barney Camnbell Cant. John J. Lyons and Mrs. undertaker rot thp h"dv for burial of them pesky machines agin." The ville's n charitable Insti- ?!Sk'. and 8ro organized Into the Make the identlfkatlon more posl-'tl- III., Harry Campbell, Francis Goss- Lyons ha for their Christmas The Louisville Herald, the nrrxn owners oi ins aomousneu electric tutions. Beginning Christmas eye "Workors for God and CoHBtry men had their names writ- man, James Casper, Jr., James J. guests at their home. West Sev- of the local "reform" admtofstra-'o- n the horse and wagon and the street and ending Thursday afternoon the ten In indelible pencil on the inside Campbell. enth and Main stree's, New Albany. tells us tbst at the FRANCIS DE 8ULUBTA. car pfftMals will be glad to hoar of members ot tho club Journeyed in Mr and Mrs. A. D, Lewis, West button the P'rpet Car conference his resolution; of their uniforms. The location of trucks and automobiles, carrying Connany 3fEW 1JERTH FOR PREUS0. Paden: Mr. and Mrs. James M. Trt the rlfy officials. Mayor Smith presents to pppr children in all sec'ttof erfves was also made on war Of more than passing internal la were Evansrllle: Mrs. tions nf thq city. For several weoks the appointment ot Francis a PLENTY OF O'BRIENS. fnt )iiand later these maps when William J. 3. Preusa. .for elcht Hammond. G. Moon; Mr, andEmily Paul TJttrtinrume Chairman of the checking up the men sum! Anderson Board ot Safety City Attorney Misses the charity organization has been cousin of Cardinal Merry del inv wwum wert rvjmnva io ine years Identified with the Kentucky Lyons. Martha Melissa Moore aud Ass'stant Cltr Attorney A soldier named JohnJ. O'Brien buying and collecting presents and Val, to the Keglns rofesaorship - 'Railroad Comm'saloa and cons'der Mary Patrl?5a Moore: Messrs. LyeoBcentratkm cemeteries. The lars: ...3 .... and A. T "Kert nrnsent. writing to the War Risk Bureau obtaining tho names of children. of civil law in the University of .' . . ... . w. j K American cemetery in Trance is ' umi oi in usi rauroaa men in ons Moore, James Moore sad Robert Of course 'nnrtlnsanM. shout his insurance, fa'led to give Each child was glyon a present in He is the oiily Catholic who t BomasiteHWM Montfttvcen. the the State, hss become ldentlled Moore. a,d Irtrm to Bdwsrils are, drawer his serial numbor or policy number accordance with Its expressed wish, has boen appointed to that ehalr department on the Meuse. and is with jhe Union Transportation" J. R Prowler, editor of the salaries thu people, hn hut said the papers would be easv usually obtained through lettors ilnco 1535. Hts Cathelfc orede-cfosLines, who are organiilner a motorA towhp Known as the Arsonne American ,t Freenort. JH.. and mny srs written to the organization. Ju tilt; professorship, Br. loha fo Identify, as his wife's rame rg. jProwJar were tn Now A)Hfly old frjeni "ToM" Were WvJs rwors-tieoawitery. In this plot 04 irrovnd truck train serrire for this section. A search t,h"roueh In addition to its activities among Storey, suffered death for tho faith A. Q'R-'pwore than 3S.000 Americans are, "Billy." as he is known ta his legion H srpnd tho holidays wjth ther PiefMv if the hlg hoes the nr,n Hies rl'scjofed the ns-- f hlldren, the club contributed to tha uuuor w,icqn a.uKotn, &efg Hans , , the net) who fell In the nf friends, is sure to make rood hi rfnrMw. M.rs. O. J. Carsey, wN wiwi tse fl'iwwm rr J7K John .T. O'Briens, awl eaeh f d'nner ta the ared poor at the home en jiiivmrrn en June I. 1T.- rr eiaeees a pntetlealty his new twrtfc and beet whites'-arr. tw4tf. offend rnetr beat ia ec t a thtn 14 a wKe ct the Little rW(r,, & tJl poor, wns hollB4 h. mi vm tleclus T 11 belli ftMMd Other kirfi Immc tanwtrait is worn. Bfttn t adrk tgofseweMo Is a ivyal MMfttBtttc ontv.Mnr MKyor,,mmamm mwtj M ' ft . ' , T1 ' 'J At tho recent meeting In Wash "iagton of the Trustees of tho Catho lic; University It was voiea 10 oegio tho con imrtinrHntolv unon struction of tho National Memorial tion. Ground was broken by tho Vortnr nf tho university. Right Kev. Thomas J. Shahan. to mark the spot v111 where the magnificent church per stand. It Is Intended to, ho a petual monument to America's fallen soldiers and sailors and a national fcrnresslon of Catholic devotion to 4he Blessed Virgin. Qltts of monoy and other treasuro aro' pouring In from every State in tho Union and from all parts of the world. They rango from $50,000 down to a few nannies, from costly diamonds to children's rings. Hundreds of thou sands of individuals have contributed. Tho national shrino will bo a Romanesque church, 420 feet long, feet with a main navo fifty-fofoot in height. wide and eighty-fiv- e Tho lateral naves will be flanked by chapels, five on each side, while around tho apso and tho transepts will bo a number of smaller chapels. .There will bo two transepts, tho main one 194 feet wide. Tho facade will bo 124 feet wide. A noblo dome will surmount the edtfico, the cross on its top being 254 feet from tho ground. A splendid campanillo 380 feet In holght, or Will rise nt ono end. to bo compara ble with tho most beautiful speci mens pt Northern Italy, It Is stated. This church will have no pows, Tho Interior view, it Is said, will bo iinaauailed for splendor and gran- dour. The church will hold about 3,000-- , persons, and tho great sanc- ur boll-toweturyywin-aecQinmbtfatathoJswWi'a . Quietly 'WBmmMmmwtj,mimm&tzxmmBBmmiz. liSKaBBXVBVM d' 1 if (' .war-fm- ssc-riflc- ctl - fran-ch's- Chapelle-sous-Rougo-mo- bo-lov- ed over-tlml- d. get-aw- ay Bur-llngitm- o, - SW nw ffl ;S i 1 S. pso so t 'ot-Alde- r u Rld-de- ll, wood-pllo- ." one-fif- th l h evl-denc- o, MORGAN-GARGA- war-tJm- Com-pnn- Te-bau- lt. - ur n, ., ,; J ly ",': Key-ston- er Bo-cau- se Goss-ma- n. H n, felloW-Koysten- thlrty-Ecve- Ve Zu-luo- ta, op. -- m m ... wn Fid-"nr- Ox-foi- d. rrt rnrt "'"'d . ! nr or -- g. h. -- tati-isi- Mease-AirM&a- e" e fb. ImllHo rrtr v ,tr - 19. . 1 O v V .iz-r- ta N s? r : ,8. ' .rfJr'.!'ii T...mi . - u. s. .- JO & LtfJS ''ci l Oit HarxjoicTr xifemig KaSki A.jv3CE?tiojjpr- ... Said Dam McCann to a foreign man who worked at the self-sam-e oencn, h PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. mo tell you this," and for em sad CatheMei "Let phasis j te fee Soekl bJ Motil AdvMtconcat of Irish Amcrksas ho flourished a Stllson'l wrench, Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernian. Yonug Men's "Don't talk to mo of tho bourjols- Institute and Catholic Knights of America. see, don't open your mouth to speak, Publishers KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO.. hutyattti. Of your socialists or anarchists, don't mention tho bolshevcok, lUBSCRIPTtON PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, S1N0LE COPY 5c For l'vo hod enough of this foreign Second. Clt Muttf r. t Enttrrd at the LnuUvlllr Pnttnfllc stuff, I'm sick as a man can no KE.NTUGKY IRISH fMERIGflN. McOAXX DECLARES HIMSELF. The Boys' Shop J RUSSIAN 44V'tMiWiitSlKfS4f the Modern way CLEANERS AND DYERS OFFICE AND PLANT, 1140-4- 2 , AH CHM-iNt- lHi to tM KEHTHCKT IRISH AMERICAN. 319-32- 1 Wist Ufa Strut , 0t land tor mo! If you WiSii to brag, just tako that flag and boast of its field of fLMOl COUNCIL! 1AOES llAB bluo, And pralso tho dead an' tho blood $D thoy shod for the peace of the l'keo of you. AUTO WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER ALL WORK SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1920 I'll hear no more," and ho waved LOUISVILLE. KY onco more Ills wrench in a AS NEAR YOU AS YOUR PHONE forceful way, of "O' tho cunnlns creed o' some RusIgnoranco of tho whereabouts NEW Y13AK. HAPPY Q 2. OR CITY SOUTH their charges. Thoro is a warning sian breed. I stand for the U. S. A. readers and and a lesson in tho roport of the I'm dono with your fads and your To its advertisers, Aid Society. Let parents - . j ... wild-eye- d r ... 1 ..-- .. -Amnri. Travelers' lads, don't flourish iriUNUB IUU iwumny hoed the one and learn tho other. your flag o' rod wishes for can 'extends Its earnest Where I can see, or at night there'll SIMPLY A SCHEME. bo tall candles around your a happy and prosperous Now Year. m bed. What could give him protection Wo are In accord with tho True So Up your hat to a flag llko that! SPREADING FALSEHOOD. Thank God for it3 stripes and from icy blast as he, trudges to school on & Voice, which oxpectod little from stars! . Irish settlement Thank God you're hero whero the la tho church columns of many tne cold morning? strictly a cold weather daily papors last Sunday was tho 0ni; consequently we are not dls- roads aro clear, away from your That yon spent for something yon did not NEED would have started a kings and czars. f olio wing: "Tho Irish Presbyterian appointed in tho outline of tho coat Russian military style with high, close-fittin- g SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED Is sending three accredited measure given by Lloyd Georgo in I can't just say what I feel today, Church for I'm not a talkin' man, collar belt all around large patch representatives to America to ex- - parliament last week. twice a year; Thsre MAY COAltC a time when voir "LAST DOLLAR" Tho wily But first an' last, I am standing fast plain to tho Presbyterians of tho Premier did not claim to have a for all that's Amorican. mast be speat for something; yon DO NUBD. The SAVING bow ot tne pockets Chinchillas, Beavers, Velours, Scotch United States tho situation that con- bill that' would satisfy anybody in So don't you speak of tho Bolshe- dollars yon are watting might keep that "hard time" from aver coming. veok. it's sick o' that stuff I Weaves, etc. all sizes from 2 to 10 years Ho recognized tho fact fronts tho reformed churches in Ire- Ireland. am. land." EVery word of tho forego- that Ireland was never so alienated Ono God, one flag, is the creed I priced to Cooto and from British rule as she is today. brag. ing Is baeely false. I'm boosting for Undo Sam!" those who accompany him represent He might have added, too, that IreTO (Children's Store and Barber Shop Third Floor; neither church nor state." Thoy are land never distrusted the promises FATHER DErrEN. tho paid hirelings of Sir Edward of British statesmen moro than she Carson and his despised Orange fol- does today. The reason for this is Yes. we miss him; oh, wo miss hlrr and Sinco ho's gone away lowers, and como for political rea- found in tho treachery of Lloyd Miss his love and friendly tidings, Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. sons only. Their real mission is to Georgo himself, of Asqultb and For wo know ho's gone to stay. misrepresent tho people of Ireland those of their party who promised : and create' dissension in this coun- homo rule and then brazenly repu- Yes. ho's gono unto his Master, And his prayers wo now will ask try. They como without credentials diated tholr promises. Lloyd Georgo know from any church body and should coolly assumes that Ireland has no For wo tho wayGod will reward him ho did his task. For upon with suspicion by rights but those which his Governbo looked CHAS. M. ZACHA. ment genorously chooses to grant. all. liberty loving Americans. Our Prices Aro Positively tho Lowest in tho City COMING EVENTS. Tho Irish people havo not been Correct Glasses Are as Important as the Right Medicine, SPECIALS IN. CIGARS, CIGARETTES AND TOBACCO SHAME ON STATE. in framing tho new measuro CHESTERFIELD February 3 and 4 Men's Welfare We Mike Glasses to Meet the Requirements of Package of 20 PIEDMONT The Fifth Congressional district under which they are supposed to League lotto and ouchro in St. AnPAVOBITES ASK ANY work. Needless to say, this is bald thony's Hall. Oculists' Prescriptions. ITTCKY BTRTXH Victor Ber-gof Wisconsin OCULIST CAMEL 3 packages 600. by a majority of nearly 5,000 autocracy and a coiu,ucto denial of SWEET CAPORAL the right to liberty of any people Carton of 200, 81.63 WINDSOR CASTLE TAOS o. votes, bringing shamo upon tho MOaUL 3 for 35c; State. Berger was refused admis- whom Great Britain chooses to hold OI3 FOURTH AVENUE MURAD OPI. MARY ANDERSON In subjection. It sets aside the right Carton of 100, $1.78 . sion to tho, House a few weeks ago, HELMAR. "JKW insisted upon tho voto against his admission lack- of TURKISH TROPHIES S for 25c; ing one of being unanimous. The by President Wilson last year. It is LONDON LITE Carton of 100, 81.30 n BLACK & DECKER House objected to him, not because not without reason that Lloyd asi Albert D. Gregg, now of Akron, Package of 20 I r iHCaTTr-TTr?A DAlMn A ho is a Socialist, buo becauso bo Georgo docs not expect it to bo ac Ohio, was hero on a visit during the f vwtvr o rATIMA Carton of 200, $2.18 A VAlAaXJUJLi ceptablo to Ireland. IflLllili Nevertheless holidays. stood convicted of obstructing tho SPECIAL PRICES ON BOX CIGARS Sizes 0-to 7-- 8 war activities of tho Government at ho proposes to go through with It xwlst Tofcacco, 80; 3 for ase Miss a critical time. Congress must deny and to continuo the rule of forco in from a Laura Johnsonto has returned Kill Side, Ball Durham, Tuxedo, Victory and Dram, So; 3 for 25 holiday visit relatives at ELECTRIC CO. 'WATCH US GROW" him admission again or stultify It- Ireland. That is his idea ot liberty New Haven. INCORPORATED self. But thero should be no fur- and democracy. Tho details of his THE AMERICAN CUT RATE TOBACCO STORES Mrs. U, McKonna, of Portland, ther election. That Wisconsin dis- scheme do not interest us greatly. (Incorporated) noth PtKMirn 13 W. Main Street has been spending tho holidays with 8. W. Cor. Prenton and Jefferson K. W. Cor. Preston and Liberty trict should bo left without repre- A double Parliament with the-2relatives In Chicago. Oar Sew Store, 213 Weit Jefferson Street, NOW OPEN per cent. Orange faction In Ulster street, and sentation in Congress. South Twenty-fourt- h accorded tho same representation Robert Thornbury and sister, Miss tho many friends he made hero and equal power with tho $0 per Mary Thornbury havo been visiting while .on duty at First Lieutenant PALMER'S FAILURE. at" Camp Zachary Taylor. cent, of real Irishmen Is In keeping relatives at New Haven. The Radical Wo have llttlo confidence In At- with Lloyd Georgo's idea of liberty Mrs. H. G. Carlisle had as a visMra. Blancho Bailey Dennis and torney General Palmer's plan to and justice. If ho thinks that his itor and for tho holidays hor son, Berl hor four children, of Nashville, overcome profiteering. In his Chi- scheme will better conditions in Ire- Carlisle, of Indianapolis. wore hero during tho holidays as tho Contradictory cago address ho was very severe on land ho must bo wilfully blind to guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Mrs. tho profiteers and ho declared that tho situation. Wo do not expect taining A. Murphy has been enter- Bach, of Grand boulevard. her niece, Miss Frances Statements every agency of tho Government that tho scheme, as outlined, will Tucker, of Jeffersontown. gACRED HEART ACADEMY, Miss Alino Louise Hollenbach, would bo employed to suppress over becomo a law. But oven It it who returned from Nazareth Acadregarding tho them. It la now beveral months should secure tho approval of ParFrankfort war workers in Wash- emy, has been spending tho holidays ington last week wore Misses Anna with hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. Xa tlnnllB Boarding aaa Day Scaool sinco we were assured that the Gov- liament and tho Lords it will mean Tor Slrla ana Yoaaff Voaia. May and Elizabeth Foley. Louis J. Hollenbach. ernment was going to punish the nothing. Tho struggle for Irish OSSSCBMT SXLX., X.OTJXSYXUX, profiteer and secure fair prices for freedom will still go on. Lloyd JET. Mrs. J. L. O'Neif has gono for a and Tho census enumerator will find High Moral and Intellectual Stand tho people. What has been done? George can not kill that with his ten days visit to Now York City a new resident at the homo ot Mr. ards. Catalogue Sent Free. Address: Nothing at nil. Prices havo been autocratic schemes, WOULD THEY KNOW nor can a and is at the McAlpIn Hotel. and Mrs. George J. Miller, of 913 MHIlf h Secretary. Sacred Heart Aea&eaay, going up instead of coming down camouflago Irish Parliament conceal YOU BY YOUR TEETH? Seventh street, a little baby girl armUUlll 3118 Caerokee Srlve. Miss Maybello Murphy has re- riving this past week. sinco tho agitation against profiteer- tho tyranny that Is behind It. have made tho public skeptical. Intelligent turned to Covington after visiting LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY people care for their teeth they do not ing began. As far as we know the Mrs. John Gregory In Parkland. Misses Edna Smock, Elizabeth worry about whether the mouth should be Government has not punished any SET ABOVE GOD. Acid or Alkallnn they know the mouth Is Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Viglinl, of Mahoney and Louise Greonwell will profiteers. Nor will It do so now. as nature intended if the stomaek is in Chicago, aro tho guests of Mrs. arrlvo at Sacred Heart Academy toAll Cardinals present in Rome, The remedy for any profiteering is day, after spending tho holidays proper condition. They demand a safe den An antiseptic Pierre Vigllni on Cherokee Drive. with tholr parents at New Haven. triflce, one that contains no grit, one that In the hands of the people them- tho patriarchs, archbishops and ecDENTAL CREAM clesiastical lay courts is not ono that does not conselves, but they will not use It. A tho Vatican Wednesdaygathered at f an Improved Mr. and Mrs. John Maguiro, of to present tain too much sugar, but a tooth paste, mado Joseph P. Hines, former Secretary Parkview, had as their holiday refusal to buy any but baro neces their Christmas greetings to Pope formula to thoroughly cleanse tho teeth and keep loto Congressman Sherley and still with IPECAC and sities would, soon bring tho profit- Benedict. Cardinal VannutollI, dean guests Mr. and Mrs. I). J. Johnson. cated In Washington, was here on a the mouth in a healthy condition and can be used freely with absolute confidence that CHLORATE of POTASH eers to their senses. Yet wo have ul me oacreu uouege, delivered a Mr. and Mrs. John C. Perry, of visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. short address, voicing tbo sentiit is B.ifo. hover had such an orgy of reckless ments of his colleagues and himself. Parkland, have as a holiday visitor Thomas H. Hines,- - during tho boll-day- s. spending as this country has wit The Pope replied, returning greet- Miss Midred Dillon, ot Gilliam, Mo. HYGIENIC LAZELL. nessed for tho past year. Wo our ings and recalling the urgent necesPERFUMER. DENTAL E. W. Cartwrlght, C. H. Lyon, J. Mrs. Charles Borntraoger enter sity for aiding tho poor and chilselves havo made the profiteers. dren war victims. "Tho necessity talned her "500" club yesterady G. Trautman, II. ,M. Hammell, ErCREAM NEW YORK. ovoning at hor homo In Maryland nest Viol. Fred A." Reese and Mrs. for faith." said tho Pope, "Is demWARNING AND LESSON. George R. Ford, all of Louisville, is u BiicceSsfal c6tnblnation of Chlorate of onstrated by Jnanity of efforts ot avenue. Potash and Ipecac. It contains also Ingre were Christmas week visitors In KY.8 mose wno vainiy try to give mandients which effec'Ively clean and whiten . According to a statement, Issued kind peace and welfaro forgetting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pooley, ot New York City. the teeth and leave in the mouth a delight from New York by tho Travelers' or Ignoring God. Peace can not be Parkview, were last week cuests of ful feeling of cleanliness. It gives you a 00 the Mr. and Mrs. William M. Hlgglns Aid Society, approximately C8.000 obtained by the individual and by non, Misses Slenor at North Ver greater assurance against Pyorrhea and ind. bad as tholr guests for tho Christ mankind if thoro Is not .order In other diseases of the mouth, teeth and gums girls havo disappeared or run away both. There Is no order without an mas holidays their son, First Lieut.-than any other dentrifico. Actual Size 25 Cents TeIel,eiie.J 308 Cii from their homes Santa Claus was a- day late at tho Frank J. Hlgglns, recently returned in tho United acknowledgment of tho dominion of In tho past year. This indi- God over his creatures. Order also home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ott, from France and now stationed at States mastery of spirit ovor loavlng a pretty little baby girl on Camp Dodge, and Miss Florence cates a most deplorable condition, requires a a December 26. Manlon, of Gary, Ind., who camo of LAZELL'S HYOIEino DENTAL CREAM, also a sample matter truly moro horrible than a state ot of man and his practical, sincere lovo hero to announce their engagement. neighbor. At present for of our OBEME DE MEBTDOB and Face Powder. war. .Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Connolly, of The wedding will tako placo soon Ono naturally shrinks from thoro can not be truo peace becauso Eastor. speculating upon the possible fate order has been subverted by Indi- ooum ijouisvme, wore recent vis i Name. mankind. Tho moral itors at Freslonia, the guests of Mrs, of theso girls. Ot this we may be viduals and byto miseries due tho war aro belne uauio Keating. Miss Beatrice Henkins and Josonb certain: Nothing good has befallen exploited by th030 who watch every N. Higgins surprised friends, family PGRFUMER. Newburgh, N. Y. Address. Mrs. Barry J. Meehan. of Norfolk. ana everyone else by being quietly Wo know that thoro aro opportunity to affect moral order. them. Today the Bpirit of ldependenco has Va., Is here on a visit to hen hus- married at St. Brlgld's church on beasts ot prey among men yes, (Will- New Year's eve. Rev. Father Jan- and amongr women, too as well as invaded all minds and leads in them band's parents, Mr. and Mrs. to rebolllon. Today thoro sen, pastor, performing the cere no iam T. Meehan. among the brute creation, who aro shamo mony. The bride resides at 1600 in seeking amusements always on the lookout for victims; amidst the griefs and sorrows of Joseph Speaks, of Indianapiris, Elwood avenue, and Is one of our and strenuous measures should be others and thoro is no limit to dis- was here to spend the Christmas most popular girls In Catholic sosipation of wealth and the drying season with his parents, Mr. and ciety, having a sweet and amiable taken by Federal and State up of tho sources thereof. A11 disposition that has won her a' host Mrs. William Speaks. Uw to put an effective check upon shows that modern society has this ot friends. The groom Is a member atvl Viti Mm traffic in souls. And as the tempted to set itself above God, Miss Mary Cecilia Bowling, who ot the Kentucky Irish American force and "Catholic Telegraph says, parents, passing from liberty to tolerance, has been spending the holidays with European was a volunteer In the Wol!l Tfiey Know Yn By Ywr TKlh from toleranco to division, from her mother, Mrs. Eliza Bowling, has war, serving with tho fahowever, are very often to blame division to conflict, "MAN. hi't lie liai a fine tet of mous Fifth company of the marines, to ostracism ot returned to Cedar Grove Academy. for the delinquency ot their daugh- God. Therefore forgetfulness of the being one ot the heroes ot Chateau trtth, the lucky dog. Vih I had ters. They exercise practlcaHy bo supernatural and trluirph ot the taktn carr of the healthy Rtinden I Mr. and Mrs. James Tranter an- Thierry and the Argonne Forest, behad when I wai hit ae. Begin now supervision over their children, af- natural has led Individuals to egot- nounce tho marriage of their daugh- ing wounded in battle just nine ism and society to revolution and ter, Miss Elsie Pricllla Tranter, to days before the armistice, Thursto take care of your teeth. ter these become old enough to at- anarchy." Continuing tho Pope said Mr. J. C. Neumayer on January 25. day the happy coupld left on a LAZELL'S TOOTH PASTE tend school. They allow tho young- that he did not despair as all these bridal tour, going to Chattanooga, will keep them tound and white. -guests ot evils could be obviated by faith sters to choose their companions InWilliam Garvey, of Buffalo, who where they will be the Cenuim ipecac and chlorate of and Mrs. Walter M. Hlgglns, discriminately, and they permit through which order would be re- was the guest of his aunt, Mrs. Allen Mr. Hlgglns being' potath to help prevc Bt pyorrhea. a brother of the established and peace would tri- Warfield, left Saturday for Chicago Mr. then to roam the streets at will, umph. He urged upon the faithful to visit his grandmother, Mrs. M. N. groom. The best and sincere wishes HwJv ot their many friends are extended outside of school time, tolerating; "prayer and obedience to human Newcomb. Gas Grates, Gas Water Heaters, for a happy and prosperous Journey rea the Jceeplnr of late hours by and divine laws. A lasting true peace rauBt be based on just alliGas Heaters, Etc., oa matrimonial seas. Miss Florence Glenn, ot Humbildt, ettfldfen hi their early teens. Is it ances among the peoples while van- Tenn., is the guest ot her cousins, any wonder girls go astray under quished nations must be condemned GENSR0U8 BBQUB8T8. INSTALLED AND REPAIRED noil rearing or rather want ot to suffer equitable penalties, hut not Misse Ifetelle and Xvelya Glenn, 2540 West Main street, for the holidestruction," be said. Bernard Bveter bequeathed $400 Plumbing and Gas Fitting. trrtog? The state of parenthood day season. each to the Little Sisters of the Imposes a morions responsibility. FORTY HOUKS. HOLIDAY MEETING. Mrs. Nora Ackermaa, Miss Angela Poor, St. Anthony's shureh, Church Fathers and mothers are bound, un CITY With solemn and Impressive cere. Th Christmas meeting and the Aekermana and Master Philip Ack-erm- ot the Immaculate Conception and der nam ot crave sin. to shield their 8MUOK9 ftlfifl spent the Christmas holidays St. Joseph's Orphan Asylum by his mony the Forty Hours' devotions oi tne year o the Sarto Liter. .v.ii "u..uu m ,mp.v.M, ary Club ot New Albany was held with, Mr. and Mrs. James Reagan at will, dated November J8, 1918, and will begin tomorrow morning- - at St. WKLFAItK LKAQUK BENEFIT. nounces its trst entertainment, te occasion ot sis. They are not dis- Wednesday evening with MIm Mary Pewee Valley. and probated In County Court Monday. Peter's church, Seventeenth, take place in St. Anthony's Hall em Real estate valued at $1,600 and Garland, eeatlnutna; until Tuesday charging their oaty whan they let scan, zd jc&at Tjilrd atreet, at The Men's Welfare League, re- February X and 4. Lotto will . he aomteee. Carefully prepared and In Frank Flaherty, a armalnant tb ramaJnitar nf kla naranrtal aalata even tor. The services will open cently organized la fH. Anthony's played the Ant, day and enehw eft Pper were and ell yoans; business man orQreat Falls. goes to Mrs. Louisa Payton. whose with processKm and exposUlea and parish their rare torw wrtl .buurfJta. special sermoas will be delivered and composed ot representa- the second, the proceeds to fie Mr BWMI mi treated to amoU de- - modi., aas neea sere m- - a aoJMay father and mother ;wer life-lon- g tive mm ot lae West Sad, an the beaeat ot the stuurea. easa eveam. menos of tne testator. reraau Abroad after dark, is total ( llghttol surprMs. B MQjgjaaa, I hi miM 'tVu&WtM -- OVERCOATS The Ideal ColAWeather Overcoats For S. THIRD ST. Dresses, Gloves, Velvets, Silks, Laces, We Specialize in Ladies- - Suits, Feathers and Mens Wearing Ap pareL ti, BOYS greater i QjjATsirsr A.i&jy 2.3 444$Hm$e sbjrviob k mUch-talked-- of right i i i The Last Dollar $6.50 $30.00. Levyat Bros sMarket TJh.ird i 1 Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. Fifth Court Place. SMOKERS, ATTENTION! 17c con-cult- er SOCIETY, f THE BALL OPTICAL CO. K 18c 13c te-- MMF ' "": i- in v ijUll.jl ri rurniiin 10 lli i-- CHILDERS 0 PSSafi'393VSsSK.efc wmr HKIIHIIaaaftMl rmn JZgedh Teeth JmJl v. i LQU1SVILLE, fiSHssaa r r 00000000, - y30 itK I Had a Rudd Bath Did You? ,.. ,u.iii - an John R. Daiky - aa t'tlll, 0 r4 wKim j- -' Itt Xlf RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. I ilX JVlWCEMlOJL5r. ' " - sj 'g.sgMjjyssjssssa .wssmiSSiii wnsaw RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are waruestly urged to patronize advertiser whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting-- only firms of known responsibility. W. C. HORK, TtttUai. HHRBHRT JENKINS. MACARONI SPAGHETTI EGG NOODLES Se. ut Thu. PBNDBNNIS Inc. A. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. MPAmma WEST BROADWAY VULCANIZING CO. INCORPORATED GUARANTEED VULCANIZING Office and Workrooms Northeast Corner Seventh and Broadway LouU-Ul- c, Homo Phone City 2511 Kentucky ' Expert Attention Ob Repairs On All Slakes of Cars SPECIALISTS ON FORD REPAHHNG wkldin SHULER GENERAL KX. AXLE MANUFACTURING INCORPORATED COMPANY AUTO WELDING & REPAIR GO. Both Phones Automobile, Motor Truck and Trailer. Axles. OFFICES & FACTORY Local and Long Distance Fhoaee JONES AND N STREETS Parkway 2 South 903 LOUISVILLE, KY. 28S ERNEST SMITH, Prop. 713 SOUTH SEVENTH ST., LOUISVILLE, lUriHSH ilOtei LrSSCent ITsvl GET FIT-He- alth Hn4.1f HaillS Cleanse the System, Keep You Well, Prevent the Flu. Has the Most Sanitary, Effi- cient Plant in America. ' Is Your Greatest Asset KEEP FIT bBBBBBBBBBBBHBiBBBbBHdsBBBBBiBBBBBBBHslft sBsPsWWWWWgMBMBBPWOBlWsiipWMtiiB;aw We Tailor Your Coat, Suit, Dress or SRirt PLEASING INDIVIDUALITY MEGLEMRY-WAR- D COMPANY INCORPORATED .r?3HikaPBBBRBBlRkBRHHBHBBsBBBlBBBB Vv&toTJyBpBJBBBBBBB 408 WEST WALNUT. THB SIGN OP QUALITY Sflgal'd 741 Bast 180 CZECHS WHO FOUGHT UNDER DIFFERENT FLAGS HONORED IN PRAGUE. A Pair of For.-ncsoldiers ol the armies of the United States, Franco, Italy and Russia parading in the streets GLASSES to the mother country. r. B. YANN DAIRY will bring of Prague In the celebration in honor of their safo return r Phones CG3 SOUTH 3245, Main or City. FOUHTU AVENUB. COMPANY ARTHUR A. WILL 1 srjtNTUOfnr LAUNDRY CO. teerpo rated 614-0M Underbill St. Cee.Dearbera Manager JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURE B30 South MOVING. AND HC pneumonia at the Sisters ot Morcy pro College street, DR. JOHN P. BECKER Homo onout of danger on was Wednes- nounced day and convalescing so nicely that OPTROMETRIST, It is hoped sho will be able to re- sumo her classes soon altor the hoi 315 Starlo Build!, TMrk Floor I days. C'ullblllt ClIBUlt DANGER POINT PASSED. to FATHER Sister Mary Boniface, one of the or teachers at St. Charles Borromoo MOTtlEIt school, who has been seriously ill ot FTRST NEW YEAR TREAT. In corpora, ted. 608-51- BUILDER ST. 1ACK1MI Twenty-St- s Shawnee 1D86 West )d2f t M--tJ- knsr LONG DISTANCE HAULING ANY OLD HAT MADE TO LOOK LIKE NEW. FELT HATS UlfciAiN." AND REBLOUKJSU, o CENTS. Hat Cleaning and Blockinir nur sneclalty. NATIONAL HAT CLEANING WUU1VJ3 ltl PheaeUtyllSO PRICES THE LOWEST THE FOUR BEST SELLERS IN KENTUCKY Blue Ribbon Twist O. 1C. Twist War Hawk Twist Dixie Twist "Mado Where Tobacco Grows." Fourth Mad Walaat JANUARY RETREAT. The Rev. J. E. O'Hearn, O. P., formerly of New York", has come to St. Louis Bertrand convent to become a member of tho Southern band of Dominican missionaries. He takes tho place of. tho Rev. W. B. Logan, who has gone to Minneapolis. Father O'Hearn will g?vo a retreat this month for tho Holy Namo Society. Sir Would They Know Yon Bj Your Teeth HER smile ii m yotirig ai ever because she'i kept her lovely teeth as sound and white as they were twenty years-ago. Don't let your teeth grow old, John D. Moore Tobacco Co. -- LAZELL'S TOOTH PASTE kerpj teeth clean and sound. Con tains ipecac and chlorate of potash to help prevent pyorrhea. JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. h Charles Hall, and SAM KOBEKTSON , Headquarters for They Invite tholr friends Chestnut. uro assured a hearty and all CONTRACTOR FOR and real good time. Games CITY AND FARM PROPERTY will start at 8 o'clock. See us about anything la real ALL KINDS OF CONORETK WOsMt estate. We sell, buy and rent. STRICKEN BY APbPLEXY. 1815 S. Twenty-sixt- h St. GO! W. JEFFERSON ST. Home Phone City 4464. Home Phone Shawnee S68 i Robert E. Ford, eldest son of tho late Patrick Ford, founder of tho SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. Irish World, died at his homo in WM. P. BANNON New York on Tuesday following an Loans to those having regular inattack of apoplexy. Ho was fifty-fo- comes or salary, with no publicity years of ago and a member of or red tape. Loans to housekeepers CONTRACTING PLASTERER tho Executive Board of tho Friends a their personal security. Brook and Bloom of Irish Freedom. Since the death F. R. POOLEY, of his fathor he was tho directing Building, City 8380 Room 1, Courier-JournCumb. S. 1SI-- T spirit of the Irish World, and that 415 S. Fourth Street. paper suffers another great loss. Twpnty-sevent- The ladles of St. Charles Borromoo congregation announco tholr first entertainment of tho new year. for Monday night, January 5, In St. wel-co- 0 SOUTH WENZEL Both' Phone 4202 8431 MONTGOJIERY 8TRKBT Borne Phone Shawnee 1010 L. ur al Albert Smith, Prop. 633 WEST MARKET STREET City 5161 Home Phono. OLD LEAKY H00F3 CAN BE MADE LEAK-PROO- F nnnranteed Ten Tears oe. xamnurATXOHAx. ooa-TixSOUTH HEUUJNU b""".i 649 Louisville. Ky ' OHy 8171 CtrrXB&ABTXO ROOF COATI NO WITH OUR WONDERFUL Incorporated SPENT PLEASANT NIGHT. - KENTUCKY fiOUISVJLLE Members of tho Columbia Athletic General Offices 412 Lincoln Building Club and tholr families and lady Cumberland Phone: Mnln 120. friends enjpyed a jolly New Year's eve danco and watch party at tho Hark Sales, Pre. St. Catherine 'J. O. Jacobs, Bee and Treas. club house on East night. Every street on Wednesday arrangement for a go6d time had L. GRAUMAN A CO. been made, including good muBlc, Incorporated dancing ana an abunuanco 01 re frcshments, as a treat from the Dealers Xa All Kinds of Office aas club, everything being free. Store Mxtares, Safes, Casa KeffU- ters, Show Cases, Counters, Shelving', Etc MUSIC A TREAT. 810 Home McCLURE ON IRELAND. "SOUTHERN SLICED STAR" wsss acAur btxbst Phone. City 138 J. M. BUKNER T0.VCC0NIST MaS&JiKreet WHOBSALli We Louisville, Ky. LUBOLINE 325 WEST JEFFERSON STREET DYERS AND CLEANERS Monday Special Suits Cleaned Mats and Pressed for $1.25. Blocked and Cleaned, 50c CALL FOR AND DELIVER Home Phone, City 1931 jVHENrrttYOUHI . NATIONAL HATTERS Movcr for Correct lubrication cars. all motors. Moats Bf old new Doubles llfe-- Pennsylvania Improvesused crude ear. Select la its manufacture WT US KNQWl! jnK Both Phones STATES GASOLINE Local and long distance moving with motor vans. Furniture, packing and TOWER shipping. All work mmrnnteert, ALL cheerfully furnished free of service la all I charge. efficient Uniformed andjtjk1lrn. -- . .. . T Marvin ta All muqbs; uuj A. AJUTO&D fe SONS parts of city. AtXCTZOH Si STOKASB 00. BTATW8 "It. 00. (Incorporated) 439 West Mala Strut Co. Successor to Domestlo-Ol- l ,.. "'" P!entyCOAL-Plen- ty As Ner to Yoa as tbe Nearest Phone" Tradewater Lump Tradewa'er Nut JelHco Lump West Virginia Lump $7.00 Straight Creek Lump $7.00 PerTou of SiOOO Pounds Delivered Anywhere. Trading Stamps Free. $5.75 FUNERAL FLOWERS $5 75 A SPECIAL SPRAY $3.0 $7 00 A SPECIAL WREATH $5.00 (vmt t ft Caijf jAb ffi Krerywaem FRANKEL COAL CO. Twelfth and Wilton Clty2llQ t South 273 We telegraph Flowers If You Are an Employer X FINE GOWNS Exquisitely cleaned on And Need a' Girl Worker, OR short Botice. If You Are a Girl Worker " And Need a Position City 3359 CALL US Main 3359 Men's Clothing Cleaned the government way. We know how! They come back to you sterie and clean. WiMtn's Activities, MtiMi! Catholic War Council A7 Hanth East Side Fourth Near .Broadway. CAM1LLE DETERT, Employment Bureau. Fsarth St. RockingH.C.LBoat Our service helps to knock the bottom out of cost ef clothing. ." p i TRY v VZ nrwsr lif.m cm I I l"ME DYEING Your light colored garments can be dyed by our method, which gives them that newness and freshness so desired by well dressed people. . (5 that : g v.. & !i. ZLlVEfPfLLS WiLI wro They work like a charm. Every boat eold to aatiafy-- or your moody refunded. For" Sato fey Your Druggist In 25-ce- nt SWISS Cleaners & Dyers , Phonos 2207 Office 617 Fourth Ave. Plant 909 S. Sixth St. Samuel S. McCluro, publishor. arrived in Now York on Thursdny on "All Ready for Your Griddle la the MornlBg" tho steamer Mauretania after n !WJMa threo months' visit to Ireland, HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE whore ho said ho found a "paraLOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. dise" "Ireland Is tho most prosIncorporated SOFT DRINKS perous, comfortablo and country In tho worfd," said Mr. McDEAD ANIMALS Cluro. "Tho pcoplo aro Home Phone Shawnee 801 One has to and PAID CASH PRICES HENRY GOSS HIGHEST OUR PERFECT VISION GLASESS read outsldo papers to learn of troublo and unsottled conditions Roofing, Guttering, gpoatln Call Home Phone City 721; there." Tia Roots Repaired and Paint Cumb. Phone Main 721. Asphalt Shingles a Specialty programme Tho BECOMES TEACID3R. of beautiful LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. Christmas music given at St. Louis aoil W. Broadway. Louisville. Ky, Dr. Kinsman, former Protestant Bortrand church on Christmas morning was repeated there Now Year's Episcopal Bishop of Dolawaro, who HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES GLOBE SECURITY & LOAN CO. day at tho 10:30 mass undor the was recfilved into the churcb by CarlaoerporateS. All Kinds of Footwear For the direction of Mrs. FrecTHarlg.VQou-nod'- s dinal Gibbons, Is now residing with A. Lazar, Manager . Whole Family St. Cecilia mass was sung by the Sulplclan fathers at tbe now a chorus ot fifty voices. seminary at the Catholic University, Money Advamced oa Your Plata Net Two HAMBLY'S Stores and Is going to teach English in the 812 West Jefferson Street BURNS PROVE FATAL. university. Shaw. 1716 20th and Portland. (Second City 7164 Home Phone City Floor) 18th and Magazine Rolieve Headaches, Weak Eyes, 2967. Soon after tho departure of Santa Dizziness, Distorted Vision, etc., and GENEROUS EMPLOYER, Claus from tbe Pllato homo, 2609 make Reading, Sowing or Closo Henry .Ford and his son, Edsel CHRISTMAS BANKING JNO. P. MORTON & West Walnut street, early Christmas Work a pleasure. CO morning a bright and happy day Year's evo Our Graduate Optometrist will tho distribution on Now $8,000,000 CLUB one of grief and deepest of an INCORPORATED examinagloom. Llttlo Jesse Pllato, 3f son make a careful scientific guarantees bonus among tho 80,000 employes START 8NE THIS M8NTN WITH THE of Jesse Pllato, with his brother and tion of your eyes and Glasses. of all branches of tho Ford Interests Established 1820 Louisville, Ky. sister, 'were playing with their toys Correct and Comfortablo and tho inauguration of an investLouisville Bank In front of the fire whon suddenly Our Club Plan enables you to ob- ment plan whereby overy worker, OFFICE OUTFITTERS tho child was heard screaming. The tain tho best glasses on a small casn from tho man who wields a broom Fourth bb4 Ceatral AtChbo. i STATIONERS PRINTERS to the chiof executives, may parfather hurried into tho room to find deposit and pay tho balance in him a mass of flames, which caused ticipate In the profits of tho busiweekly payments. goes Both Phones 2406 his death on Saturday. Funeral servNational Roofing NO RED TAPJ3 ness. The lowest award paid miniices woro held Monday morning at NO COLLECTORS to men who are receiving tho AGO. mum, pay of $6 a day and who have St. Mary's church. Company KING OPTICAL COMPANY been In tho employ of tho various Incorporated Adolph ReatllBger QUIETLY WEDDED. companies threo months. It amounts Pitch, Coal Tar, Tarrea FeJta, to $50. Tho highest award goes to INSURANCE Eyesight Specialists Gravel Hoofing (A Specialty). Miss Jane Elizabeth Doherty and the skilled workers who have boon TORNADO, LIABILITY AND Clarenco C. Haloy, of Lafayette, and the PLATE GLASS 124 W. Mala West Market Street, with, are company five yoars day. 123 SOUTH THIR STREET Ind., wero married Friday at the 1134 receiving $10.80 a who Phones City 1250; Mala 14M.T rectory of St, Augustine's church. The bonus received by tho latter Next Door (a Zoll'a 8 hoe Store. Jerrersonville, by the Rev. Michaol amounts to $270. CALL US FOR movzoairr AMota.Ti Halpln. Tho bride is tho only lBcorKrt4 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James B. PRAISE FATHER CONNOR. Vu erraaUM fey WtlUim Wtiaww Doherty, 422 Meigs avenue. Her to ack & father conducts a drug store at BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY axa The papers of Riverside, Cal., are Spring and Maple streets and Haloy, full of praise for Rov. Georgo M. raraltmra anS CtUlm VsmmbI ICE CREAM M'F'R'S. rroprt7 at who Is a pharmacist, took a position Connor, pastor of St. William's FOR ALL PURPOSES 1104 South Seventh Street SOWJT BATS there several months ago, meotlng churcji, whose health has been much COLEMAN BUILDINO Miss Doherty." Only a fow knew of benefited' by the sunny climate ot Kentucky Consumers OH Company . Phone City .. S?. THIRD AND JBFTWtSOH tho engagement of the couple. Mr.' the coast. His Kentucky friends Louisville -- - - -- - Kentucky B. 8. COR. Both r&onea SttC and Mrs. Doherty wero present at will bo interested in the following tho marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Haley from ono of tho Riverside corredeparted for Indianapolis and La- JOHN B. RATTERMAN spondents: fayette, and from there' to "Rivdrslders will bo glad to learn P. IJUHMK. ., Wh Ptk. ud TrM. H. J. IAKKM, PrttUMt Hd.HiUfK. where they will locate. that tho Rev. George M. Connor, FUNERAL DIRECTOR pastor of St. Francis do Sales CATnOLIO WAR COUNCIL. church, has reconsidered his decis2114 WEST MARKETf STREET ion to return, immediately to his Tho night classes conducted for church at Louisville and will bo in girls at the council headquarters, Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland Riverside until spring. Father Con G57 South Fourth street, will be re- West 1107a. Sewer asd Calvert Pise,1) nor had expected to start east early sumed on January 7. Tho office this, week, but his physicians ad tlsaaea's rateat Ltidafl rise far Stesas cessans. training class taught by Miss vised him to remain In California Wall Cepiatf, Drala Tile, Vltriied overy tho Secretary, will be rather than brave tho blizzards ot , Wednesday night, and Miss Annabel ag-- Flae Llals, Fir IrlcH tho East and tho rigors of a coal Fire Free! Augustus, a former public school famine. 'And I was more than glad Grate aad Bailer Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tea. teacher of this city, will have tbe of an opportunity to stay longer in English mathnmatlcs class on Frinoautitui mversiue,' said Father OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. Directors day nights. The hours are from 6 Connor." . 9 CUMB. MAIN 0O7. to 9 and there are no charges. PHONES CITY Tneso classes have already proved SPOILED BY AMERICA. Embaltners. and HreeklaridgM and Miath aad Magna!!. If a direct benefit to tho students, and all Catholic business girls are urged Europe needs red blood more than Telephone 1022 ( to taKe advantage or this opporshows AVEJIVUEJ relief and"spoiled symptoms of havtunity to Improve themselves In BIO JPJECr-If- t ing been by America's lav their work. ttu wui ish assistance," according to Will- SHt year feera a iam J. Mulligan, Chairman of the FEELINGS. IIAPrnjY WEDDED. Knights of Columbus Committee on tram 2iftfluMu TeOAa jpiwief XAVIER'S .COLLEGE liars war arw fWBersiPni Matt fvmwinSHfl imnsi The "wets" are feeling better now, War Activities, who has just return- ST. The Christmas week society event ed from abroad. "The people of Dr. Uriah Z. Lfttty the "drys" are feeling blue; in Frankfort was the marriage ot Prohibition's bound to die theysay Europe are not as badly off as many IIS W. Xreatwagr, Iafarvlit, Xy. Cfcireaadlat fey ta 3CavrUa HreUiMrs MIbs Catherine Tobln and Capt. Berwould have Americans believe," he CeBdtMttd true. that an Buriiwi tram Giffels, of Detroit, which took rts death this isboon predicted by a said Saturday. "While there are 234cl, ReieatlSa Wtvl'iBSsw has ujace Friday morning at 6:30 o'clock distressing conditions in places, one Jwlaualiis- Fool. Will Bulpp Gyma MTOj9Sf4weMlBBtBBBBBBBBBBi iStarka nranlr elrl named Zenobla: Ft vvf.OTSHttnaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa' moderate. In the Church of the Good Shenherd, She says sho read It in the stars, detects symptoms ot spoiling throueh luca. Vrina NBUUB, Tit. tho Rev. Fathor Edward ofilclating. Amorlca's lavish assistance, we Bath Pfceras 'twill die or nyaropuoma. Tho brjde was attended by her slashould ask for an accounting ot KENNER TAYLOR. ter, Miss Clara Moller Tobln, while everything we give, and insist that A J,,f,l.,tli'iAA AafufcAafc ill it stlifc sit it A a Frankfort, Ky. Home Phone 2550 R. Nicholas Wathen, of Lebanon. statesmen ot Europe get down to was the best man. Immediately af business, it they want to cowtteue II WINTER PICNIC. receiving our help. There is ' too ter the wedding Capt. Giffels and Louis A. Broring, D. D. S. bride motored to Lexington, where Albany Council, Knights of much talk aad not enough work in New tney were entertained at breakrast, Columbus, held its' annual midwin- Europe." afterward taking the train for New York City and Baltimore, where ter picnljs at the Elks' Home Friday CURED OF CRAZE. 9(XMH)I STARKS BUILDING. (hey will.be at home after the first night fOr the members and their The railroad situation has become ot February, is it families. It was astte an elaborate Mrs. Giffels Thompson so complicated by two years of GovThe J. Foreet daughter of Mrs. Hugh Tobln and affair. for several years has been a teacher Company, blackface, comedians, had ernment management that it is hard enaased as entertainers and to restore the old" conditions. These 10c in the publie schools. 'Among the guests at the wedding the entertainment was followed by will nrobablv never return: but we Refreshments also were do not see that the experiment that were Mr, and Mrs. prentice O'Rear, a danee. 5c of Columbus, Miss.: Mr. and Mrs. served. Jack Kaiaer was Chairman we have made thus far warrants Dttnatall, ot Kraoevltle, of the Committee on Arrangements Government control for a day longer Donald necessary for f ml the other members were Arthur that! it is absolutely lad.; Mrs. Oullck Dnnatall, of Falrailmouth: Mrs. Racer Bnrllnaame, of Oragoire. Henry Millar, John Qutnk--J the Government to hold the eonn- Best 4 NORTON BUILDING Petroft. Mich,; Mr. sad- Mrs. R. X, ert and Henry Tauer. Airansameacs roads. It' is now hellarad the Wathen. of Lebanon, sad Rimer In- wera mado tor ttaa aatertalaiaaat of try hasus been eared ot the craat for K, W. 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JJeferreq UNDERWEAR SALE FOR MEN CUTS HIGH COST. $3.00 Union Suits $2.80. Splendid quality ot heavy ribbed cotton; comes in cream or whito,. sizes 36 to 46; $3.00 quality; Monday, special suit.. $2.39 $1.00 Wool Mixed Union Suits $2.80. Bristol make; heavy gray, wool mixed; theso garments are known for their softness and comfort; sizes 34 to 46; $4.00 quality; Monday special. . .$2.80 $1.50 Cotton Rib Shirts and Drawers. $1.25. Heavy cotton ribbed; ecru or white; splbndld make; sizes' up to 46; best $1.50 quality; Monday special $1.25 Shirts aad $4.00 Drawers 911.39, Famous Glastonbury mako; fine .Australian lamb wool; hon- sbrlakable; sizes up to GO.. $3.30 All-Wool Payments. , ' ' .Miitininof cash. outlay the iU duUtandinfc, feature.? f this; rfcesthbd tnLt;nsr nurcJiBlfil without tnv COBSld The advantage of buying on erable c.i.jc. the dub flan during our various saies is the price of the goods to a cash PRICES. Whatever or a charge customer, that is also the price to a Heme- hold Club Plan customer. There is positively no advance. ;; There are no "confidential arrangements." It is conducted upon an open basis with a fixed schedule of rates. The first payments aad the monthly are the same to all. pay-ments GERMANY'S GREATEST FORT FILMED FOR F IRST TIME. This photograph Is tho first over taken on the island of Helgoland by anyone but an official Gorman army camaraman. It fs exclusive and shows' the stages in tho dismantling of tho fortress by workmen on tho orders of tho terms ot tho peace treaty. Helgoland was onco owno d by Great Britain. Germany purchased tho island by a swap and top on occupation fortified it, making it tho Gibraltar of tho North Sea. Photo shows tho finished structure which was to be tho concrete break water on tho coast side of tho island. Tho complpted breakwater was used by tho Germans as a submarine base during tho war. X SURfeTY COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS ' HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing General t'he Fast Weel News Notes. T. J. Langan is now tho State ?fteet GREETINGS mm We wish yiu and all . in' i iihii tiling $3.50 Union Suits $2.70. Cooper's spring needle cotton rib; whito or cream color: sizes 34 to 46; $3.50 quality; Monday special .$2.70 $3.00 Wool Mixed Shirts and Drawers $2.30 Famous Glastonbury make; find heavy gray; wool mixed; nonshrlnkablo; sizes up to 50; $3.00 quality; Monday special, $2.88 $3.00 Vclastlc Rib Flecco Union Suits $2.30. Tho genuino velastlc make; soft and plenty of comfort; sizes up to 46; standard $3.00 seller; Monday special $2.39 $2.50 Wool Mixed Shirt ana Drawers $1.70. Heavy gray wool mixture; sizes up to 50; $2.50 quality; Monday special $1.70 9 Satisfaction In Eyeglasses Every pair of Glasses that we furnish so thoroughly satisfies the wearer that ho recomendj our service to his friends; We guaran. tee complete satisfaction. Superior Deep Curve Lenses, with any mounting in stock, $4.50 case and cord complete our friends a Happy, Prosperous New Year. Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Doth Phones 1 323 Auto Delivery JOHN M. MULLOY Knights of Colubus choir has been organized in Baltimore. now mom Last week thirty-tw- o bors entered tho council at Portland, A i,te ; ft) ZXOOBFOSATSD HIGH GRADE COFFEE Treasurer. ISO S. Fourth, Louisville, Ky. There will be no division 40c to GO J$feIff Coffee lb BW1 gtvthis coming week. CEO. A. NABER, SKt'y. Ore. M. A. MeGEE, PntWeat. Ten, lb 80cto$1.25 3 will hold Its closing Division Coco, II) 40a Tho Supromo Board of Directors meeting of tho year Friday. Oe 30c te Bukiiitr Powder .. 7AcI3xtra Small Shellteif Rims will meet in Now Orleans on Jan Tom Noono says he moved closo HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY uary 4. Kxtrnct, partubo ilOe duplicate your old" lenses. We fill your oculist's prescription or to Division 3's hall so as to never Pie Fllllnt,' 25e n miss a meeting. candidates received thq No charge for examination. Egg Dlitt(20 eggs for 25) 'Mo DIVISION S. threo degliccs at tho last excniplinca Mrs. Anna Hawk will direct La"Seautf ttUalievrna dies' Auxiliary 4 at Youngstown, First and third Fridays, Hlbemls i tlon at Tiffin, Ohio. 0 Home, Portlaad. Ohio, for tho ensuing term. The membership at Tiffin, Ohio, Is Division 1 of Morris, Minn., has President Tim O'Leary. now over 450, and soon another Vice Presidents 'Walter Murphy. claBS will be initiated. affiliated its entire membership with Financial Secretary Joha Brod the Friends of Irish Freedom. Newport Council will Initiate a For Your Savings U.S. Government Protection. Division 4 will havo an entertain- erick, 1850 Portland avenue. class on January 11, with another in connection A. to follow in February. Recording Secretary Joha ment for membors More than 35,000 Bank Accounts, representing 100,000 people with a total with tho entry of tho 1920 offlcers. Martin. - Houston, i Texarkana, Dennison deposit of more than $10,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by tho will diroct Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. Mrs. Catherine Quinlan bank. . and Wichita Falls, Texas, all hud people of Louisville at this safe, conservative 617-Louisville. JQ Fourifi Ave. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Martin tho affairs ot Ladies Auxiliary 1 of good Initiations this month. year Youngstown, Ohio, during tho MARKET AT SECOND Many councils ontoriained thq UNDER THE BIG CLOCK Sentinel Thomas Noone. 1920. families of members with watch Division 1 of Morris, Minn., looks parties on New Year's night. forward to another prosperous yearDIVISION 4. under tho Presidency ot M. MaTho council at Bend, Ore., ended Meets second and fourth Uondara the year by conferring Knighthood honey. Bertrand Hall, Sixth street.. on a class of tnlrty now mombors. Division 4 held its. last meeting Where the borne Wiiere work la quickly J. Barry. ot tho year Monday evening, and President John Mark Despite severe weather and quarbxlghteot t dose; Vice President J. Ryan. new officers win do lnstaueu uu antine successful initiations were Recording-'SecretarLawrence held at Stuart and Charlton, Iowa. Where the work January 12. Where llgliteetj Division 3 will meet on the second D. 'Meany, real fua; Notro Dame Council, tho only one financial Secretary Thomas' J. and fourth Mondays this year, and In tho country established by uni- Wnerer the meal 14 WMivd llul.ulj Hr Where baklag girea to g "- - m. will Install new offlcers on Monday, Langan, 2114 Hale avenue. W"VBI versity students, has GOO mombers. cooked best; May be either a good or bad thingdepending upon the x: January 12. light; Treasurer John F. Burke. Tho Knights ot Portland, Ore., Where the raage staads Sergeaat-at-Arm- s Patrick Con Where drudge la est treo of tho Hi Tho big Christmas year with tho innature of the resolution and its being fulfilled. No one closed' a successful tho test sight bernians at Portlanu, yro., nau nelly. itiation of a class ot Blxty candi Sentinel 7A. J. McDermptt. 1 should make an unworthy resolution. Any unfulfilled presents for everyone and well filled where the That's That's where the dates. "Quick Meal" comes bags for tho children. "Quick Meal" Fort Wayno Council's fair for St. resolution weakens character. te. RECENT DEATHS. la. Edward J Lennon has .been elect2 Vincent's Orphan Asylum was a fine ed President of Division 1 and will success, tho receipts being about Qalak Meal Gaa Raaga Seld, Installed aad Highly IleeeiancBiUdi years Martin Garrltty, sovonty-on- o head tho Hibernians ot Fort Wayno old, died Saturday evening nt tho $5,000. X Let us offer helpful suggestions to YOU of "worth while" for tho ensuing year. Bishop Chartrand, in Right Poor, where his Homo for tho MAg5&r The Ladles' Auxiliary of Rich- declining days Aged peacefully spent. a letter Rov. Indianapolis Council, X "resolutions; and facilities for carrying them out, to were Mrs. Mary mond, Ind has chosen eduC. highly Kluosnor a3 President and looks for- His funeral was held from tho cationalcommends the K. of work. Homo chapel. ward to a year of progress. canvass not yot A nation-widTho campaign to doublo the memcompleted shows that 71,000 memJohn P. Humphrey, aged seventy-threbership recently announced for army St. bers of the order January 1 by tho national officers, James a resnected member offrom and navy during served In the congregation, passed tho war. has already begun in many places. llfo Saturday morning at his Tho fourth degree will bo Louisville, Ky. Columbia Building, Ladies' Auxiliary 2 ot Youngs- this avenue. His nlifiod in Louisville on Washing- 1529 WEST MARKET STREET Mrs. Maymo funeral 1914 Deer Park ' town, Ohio, honored was held Monday morning, ' ton's birthday. Cincinnati will also Tho Oldest Trust Company In tho South, as President Rov. Henry with Wlllott saying the re have an exemplification that day, at an Interesting meeting last week. quiomFather mass. The- K. of C. war history being ' Presidents-elec- t of tho Ladies' tirnnnrnrl liv Tliv Mniirfpn TPrnnein Auxiliary in Indianapolis aro'Miss Many friends and relatives feel Egan an(j Joun B. Kennedy will Katherino Dugan, Division C; Miss deepest sympathy for Henry and 6otm aDDoar. making two volumes. City Ufif. Mala 22C0-Division 3, and Mrs. Loulso Ratterman. 936 Baxter ave y jM Catherlno Wise, Now Orleans Knights and Santa John D. Cooney, Division 7. nue, whoso homo has been bereft Claus wcro hosts to mora than a The Auciont Order and Ladles' by death of their winsome little thousand orphans of that city last son, Paul August, Sunday. Tho Governor, Mayor anfi Auxiliary at Portland, Ore., will havo a joint installation Monday ,"DOif,V WZL.&Z RMTn' Archbishop were Invited to bo pres. night, for which a special musical MIW.MlUt, VM.W , .MVW.M.W..V ... MV. programme has been arranged. cemetery. Fort Wayno Knights provided Latest tabulations show Division Saturday evening tho Angel ot Christmas dinner for ino littlo or- 8 LOOT8Vn,LH, Kt. i7 fading tho contestants in the rjpath E. CHESTNUT iuui; PntnrA.1 tfin homo of fiornellus Pan gins.M ai. yniueum 'Sdh ftraficlsco membership drive, They also furnished gifts, candy and EastBreck i' '" Dill mo applications ar Woolens, Silks, Georgette, Crepe de $ all the divisions at such ijiuus that and Louise Ritter, 1322 Creator thn fruits for tho Sisters and children. infiifM. nnd hnro'tn tta a rate Initiating ono of the largest it is, difficult to predict tho winner. soul if their beloved nOMEPHOKBSS . CUMBERLAND MAIN 3871.y Chine and All Dainty Materials. s&eaaw A stirring finish is assured, as many son, Cornelius. Leonard, in whom classes in their history at Morris, unsvHU of the teams' have been saving their they centered great hopes. "Monday Minn., thero woro thirty applicastrength for tho final drlvo ot tho tno funeral was neia Irom Bt. vin- - """a carneu ovur, ou il wm uui u YOUR GROCER HAS IT. . long until tho Knights havo another cent do Paul's chnrch. race. exemplification thero. Tho San Francisco Hibernians' !i BY MAGIC-HELLE- R Qeorgo Doll, who had a wldo The first American to be killed in baseball teani, tho first exporlmont and' many friends, died tho war, Lieut. William Fitzslm- upder tho new departure of tho r, INCORPORATED '8 is still leading the Seals' Mid- Monday afternoon at hjs home on mons, of Kansas City, was a Knight I A A A A A' HHHWfAHWWHm 4d o or coiumuus, ana wnat is saia 10 winter League with a strlrig of vic- Gerlach avenue. Ho was tories a:ui no defeats., The team as years old, and fs survived by his bo tho last death at tho front was a whole has developed Into a ster- widow, Mrs. Josonbino Doll, ana a tnnt ot tne uev. unapiam jonn ling organization of players, and is daughter, Mrs; Clara. Raque. Fu- - O'Flahorty, also a Knight of Colum- You'll Never Make a Ilstako in Ordering1 bur reflecting much credit on tho A. neral serviced wore held Friday bus morning at St, Agnes church. O. J I. MAKES JTST JUDGE. Announcement mado by P. B. IH H4W-M'W"r4e4frri'r-Kfr'- l Holy Trinity' congregation at St. San Francisco County PresiJudge James W. Fortune, of the For Tour New Homo It lias the Quality. dent, that hereafter all forms of Matthews mourns tho death of athlotica will be encourapdd by the Eleanor Kamer. beloved wife ot Al Clark Circuit Court, has mado offl- A. O. H. has attracted a largo num bert Kamer, which occurred Satur- - cial announcement ot his candidacy INCORPORATED ber of applicants from the younger day. A woman of many virtues, lor the democratic nomination to as a ahe was held la high esteem by all succeed himself. The primary will BROOK AND A STS. element of. result the membership drive has In her neighborhood. Her funeral 'be held in May, and tho election in Judge Fortuno 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, been greatly stimulated, and plana took place Monday morning, Rev. November, 1920. Xi conducting the wa3 appointed to fill a vacancy are under way among the Hib'er- - Father Bohlaen 4 . compete In all aorta of services. caused by the death of Judge Harry nians to I C. Montgomery, and in November sports In the future. i Charles utst, agea seventy, a vet- - isn, was eiocieu ior bix yoara. CATHOLIC HISTORICAL SOCIETY, eran areman and widely known and has made an excellent Judge and respected throughout tho city, sue- - should receive the nomination with- ABSOLUTELY FIIlPJtOSF (Incorporated) THE iLD AKM0RY" Dr. Lawrence Flick, of Phlladel- - cumbed to the infirmities of ago at out opppsltion. phla, was elected President ot the his home. 818 Mary street, sur- SOUTH SEVENTH STREET CHmh. Hiia 20tS-- a Xewe Cty NliDE FOR JOHN' BULL. newly organized American Catholic rounded by hlfl wife and children. .dh AUTOMOBILES STORED AND WASHED Historical Association at Cleveland Left to mourn his death are his Under Lloyd George's proposed eight chll- on Tuesday,. The purpose ot the wife, Mrs". Enima Obst, all mcm in gimme onmencci. ma jtt&L knmmtt jmm stiuie 25 ctj. thirty-thre- e grandchildren. Irish home rule bill thero would be BSRrwlaMnn .wllf Im to eacduraee dren. The two Irish Parliaments., North and OityJ-SOO-Ira03XJstudy ef Ihe. history ot the Catholic and three 3VTjaIxx ntmVh n1raffl tn h flrat meet, clitldren lit' nhArIe. Stfinhon and South, and each would start off With mim , Joseph Bleuse, aa initial donation to England of Kg Included priests and laymen Dewey Obst. Mra. Peter CeDbol!, Mrs. George 5G.000.000. Each Parllampnt would from varidua cities. Boylan, Mr. Thomas Staley and have taxation, npwers. hut England Mrs. George Weber. Three sisters. WQuId retain the income tftx, the TITEY "H'JEE BUSY. HARVEY-JELLIC- O d Passionlst fathers of the Sa- - Mrs. Suaan Carter, Wrs. Carl cess profits tax, super taxes, AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Heart Retreat" were busy this Rump and Mrs. Nettle Troyor, also toms( excise atid postal service, week assisting pastors of this dlo- - survive, Funeral services were held Each Irish Parliament would, con(IMOOKPOKATaO) or- cede with, the Christmas services. Wednesday' at 1:30 wjth burial In trol local matters and. law, and er, exueft tno higher juajciary. i Kather Vincent waa at. TaylorsvUle, Bt. Louis cemetery. army .and navy. Ireland would Swrict. Company With the Coal aad Father Roaer at Henrteraon, Father have the advantage of duties and 8ACBED HJBART RETREAT. JCfchael at Holy 'Trinity, Father taxes' left ever after England re-BtUok Joe Lump Coal from Bmfcara Ktratievky $1.90 Bernardine at St. Francis ot Assist. FMpoaa Wednesday evening' a thanksglr- - cefved its regular takeout, which BOTH PHONES 110. (Father Edward at the S'sters ot yara 1W.OO per ton Merry. Father wavier at st. .Agnes Inc. service Hntttrnina: thanks for bow amounts to $30,000,900 an- an4 MjgoH. Yawt mt Th& md A.J iannariaai. and Father Athailtis at the blessings dnrtaa; the year was anally. Thus It can he seen that TattUjlMtit .... w. -- f SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND'ZAKE S71. IW - : r - "- -" lrmmimt tmtmmtw n mi,w JJ,""" " " "!- WMaM. x ara sjm mummxr$ W J ,aiUn beyfeood end Heart rtaaat, Nevbura road, of John.. Btr very' I "liecstat" iaum eoaftTStpuoa Tfaa prsssaii. soma m ?a Both PhdM M AB - Rogers Church Goods Co. 2 12 WEST MARKET STREET. ' Fifty-seve- ttS8 S 1818-182- LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK Shee-han- e4$$$$$$$$foM4frfrS$$fr3ee3 NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS i Where the Quick Meal Comes In t QEHER & SON, w st. fidelity and Columbia trust e, Co. e, THOMAS KEEN AN exem-hom- e, - ..FUKBRAI. DIRECTOR.. Funeral Director and Embalmer lg9yyyyyvyyvvvviy yy T. HI WASHING nUB ITOIfc three-year-o- ld ,. -- 717-T1- 9 . eight-year-o- ld I Avvvvvtvtvtvvvtv FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. SOAP WORKS i J. J. BARRETTS SONS or-do- ufty-flv- LUMBER FRED Gc. JOJNTESS 822 J&etmt: SCoIjll nreet. 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