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Kentucky Irish American 24. of TaOTTfcTVn iii'iiikMF.f 11 PIWHt: Ht)4 04 Mffl Kvery DrWer an Icort totUrHto Taricat TriHfer Ci Incorporate t VOLUME XLV.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, DECEMBER the ministers' havo learned elnco that Burltngame Imposed on Uiom and they are very njuch vexed. Alas ana aiacKi nore 13 uutur Bad story and maybe thte accounts for tho ministers turning on the 11, 1920 that England will soon find it "Tho Republique Franoatoe thinks Intol- PRICE FIVE CENTS. erable to bo compared to the massacring Turkish Empire. The Echo de Paris trusts that England will show wisdom and 'break tho fatal cyclo.' " t This, mind you, is tho criticism ot a nation and a people bound to Great Britain by tho ties of a terri- Says Mrs. MacSwiney of Welcome, ble struggle fought together and by Given Her at New the new ties ot partnership In York- 'ot world government that schemes should breed sympathy and accord. REPUBLICAN Prosperity Promise Shows .Up Wholosaio Laying Off by WONDERFUL "fd.kn reformers." Rev. Dr. V. S. In Lockhart was Secretary of the Ministerial Association and an official DOES NOT LIKE ATTENTION jln the Men's Federation, which was a busy organisation during Dom- cCorporations, times looking for crime and corruption, but evidently takes a holiday during Republican adm'nte- SUPPORT DE VALERA; was a Groat Silent Salute Was More EloNext to Fict tratlons. .Well. Dr. Lockhart Smlth Ministers at iSst Get noar M quent Than Any Other l ! Harmonious and enitihufefastic was "Toreador his associates and he used to and That Chief Petty Was the Clret State convention of the Demonstration. on the Bible classes being beam Artist. Friends of Irish Freedom of Kenconducted In the station houses. tucky, which met In Moose Temple When tho Keystone police band was Delegates from all in Newport. organized, beginning Its round of over tho State, as well as a largo Little Black Clad Girlish Figure visits to the church B'.blo classes audience of visitors, woro on hand fxralsvfllo Herald Censor nides Rob- -' with Col. Petty lecturing. Dr. Lock-ha- rt With Smile of Shy at the beginning' of the session, waxed enthusiastic over Iho Child. bcrics But Accepts Adverbosses. which was orned by an Invocation Keystone police and their delivered by Rev, Gerald Connolly, tisements. But get out your handkerchief and Joseph Cassldy, of get ready pi. fhed a tear, as the of Florence. was elected temporary Bellovue, Keystone cops didn't pan out much chairman, and Will'am J. H'gglns, EXPECT HELP PROM AMERICA. ns police guard'ans. Dr. Lockhnrt's buildof Newport, temporary secretary. IN SIGnT. offlco In xthe TR13END SEEMINGLY Tho question was ithen brought up ing, Just one squnro away from Conas to whether or not the Kentucky trol Police Station and the City She is so little, and it was such a TTnll, wss broken Into In broad daybranches of tho Friends of Irish Freedom should remain under tho big welcome! From the first Rlren of Rev. Lockhnrt light. The all parts ot the country wn broken safe and nil valuables, From t organization, or Incorporate shriek away down the harbor to the Info comes the news that the boasted jncIHl,nir jjiiiortv bonds, wore carl themselves Into "The American As-- 1 last flutter of Sinn Fo!n green and soc'atlon for the Recognition ot tho gold on the avenue, it was the sort prosperity which was to go with rJcj mvny That blow must have Ir'sh RepubL'c," formed recently at bf greet'ng Now York City has Republican success has hit every-- saddened the reverend gentleman, D. C, after a call by forod few time? in all) lis history, where. Railroad shops, factories, as not a sou of h's losses were Eammon Do Valera. President of So what wonder that Mrs. Muriel and others of the big covered by the much beloved widow the Republic of Ireland. After a MacSwlncy, of Ireland's lnterestn are lay'ng off stoners whom he worked hard to discussion of several hours a large martyr Mayor, saw some of The other day It by the thousands and the working put In power. dreary nested the last chanter In th's sad delegates voted to through tears? It was with tho majority of tho of this country face a resigned h'a Join "Tho American Assoc'ation for smile of a shy child, small hand prospect for the Chr'stmas holidays, story. Rev. Lockhart gold band the Recognition ot the Irish Repub- - with tho The voters among the working reo- - post and It to rumored has gone U Gt - back to his Texas homo, He?" and tho following temporary upon tho third finger over her pie who were crying hero Just beAMD So the end of the "bull" perState organization wds effected to heart, that she responded: fore the election about "wanting a Zs, - ,- sfc-cgbegin work of form'ng branches, of It touches mo here. It fa the c hn-s- s-chance" now real'ze that they were formances are In stent. The , fHHmm slj. most wonderful tiling I have ever the now organization: and with the Republican iRters have at last awakened to the Jr., V;S?-- T 25V5-pR0T&-waehi ESaKr77 President Col. Jolin W. Dorian, seen!" victory has come tho soup house, fact that the "reform' adm'nlsra-th- o . This, however, wo.? upon tho af-of Paducah bread lino, the tramn and all tlon. which they did much to o'ect,g Secretary-Newpor- t. Wllllam J. Hlggins, of ternoon ot this, her first day in the other Blgns of hard times. The Is playing a hypocritical role. Gam-bi-a corporations controlled by Hard- - bllng Is on here In full blast, . America. Theupmorning bogan with . Miss Sue D. Caden, of mists rolling from tho bay, and John Bull Rets peeved at any! protests against his murderous tag' flnano'al backers hardly wait- - bunch of white gamblers are rounda pair ot police boats coming round ed for the official count before they ed up every now and then, a Recourse In Ireland. Carro'll, of Cov- - the Statue of Liberty with a com-Truestees P. threw their employes out of work, publican machine lawyer Is given a Ington; Thomas J. Dolan. of Louis- - mitteo of welcome. The Whlto.Star and when they are called back they fat fee. they are fined a few dollani vine, anu arss Mary u. Mauoen, 01 liner ueiuc steamed along North will go to work for loss wnws than and all Is well. Never are tho Nowport. river slowly while a cheer arose over Democratic reign. "Ns true gro gamblers arrested and never are It was clearly exrilalned that mem- - beyond tho water front buildings, food and necessities were high un- - tho negro loafers d'sturbed from bership in tho new organization in News of arrival had Cashed ahead, der the Democratic adm'nlstratlon their haunts on West Chestnut, figure stood at no way conflicted with membership A llttlo black-cla- d because of tho war. but It Is equally West Walnut and the other negro In tho Friends ot Irish Freedom, the rail. A gentlf, girlish figure, true was were Buch that hleh sections. The old rollicking Is farce game sup- - scarcely five feet high; eyes tho now nor was thero any deslco to prices d'd not seriously affect tho .of ra'ding a gambling plant tho latter society, but tho ma- - blfle of ICJlhirney lakes; wVitfulness staged weekly. A. crowd of pro- llvlne mode of tho worker. Jority of the delegates felt they overlying youth of face. Net draped M!s3 MacSwJnoy save a historical an awful hand'an for a, fess'onal gamblers that are What of could best serve tho Interests' of the upon a email hat seemed to express account of tho development of the time play that sella Itself to a Re-- tected" most fattedthecalf. Tho theg Ir'sh Renubl'c by aft'Vatmg them- - sorrow without hopelessness, for Sinn Fein and of iyhat the describDo'ng the bd- role ot tho piibl'can machine there was no border, no touch of ed as attempts otSthe British offiselves with the now assoc'ait'on. of Its' masters tho Lou'svlUe stone cops are led to tho scene, the A committee on resolutions, con- - crepe. A long coat of soft black cials to destroy the sentiment Tho Herald It attempting to create- gamblers surrender meekly, "phony" slsting of Daniel! E. Sullivan, of cloth was finished with a seal Herald Sinn Fein, she said, has been trouble and dtosens'on In the Domo- names are given, thethe usualwidely Judge M. T. Shno. of lar; above It a fluff of fines wrongfully Interpreted in some un the advert'ses the raid, create ranks and break Mad- hair threaded with white, and united onnosltlon of those who are and feeare paid, and the gamblers Britain Considering Official Notice placesto outside ot Ireland. "It sim- Opinion ot Great Britain in Ire- den, ot Newport,MIs3 Mary C.roolu- - ed Thoro was noth'ng is offered a ply sombro about a iphrase moaning determined fo got r'd of the City go back to the r game. Tho tho Do Valcra of the Activities of " she explained. "It Is a il Won whereby the Kentucky State th's Irish girl she fa only land's Case Not Very and Court House "fake re- - lowing Sunday tho text before in America. policy Just as you have your Repub"How wo are ridding of the American Asiroc'at'on two. Ilea- - smilo flashes as If she formers" next year. Day In and Bible classot Isgamblers." But as sard Flattering. 4t, for the Recognition ot tho Irish Re- - had never heard of tho struggle of a lican or Democratic- - policies." Miss niA TrniMnfl wr- - the town j public urged upon Secretary ot llttlo nation. She shows analmos MacSwlnoy told ot ithe activities of last aid hor to censor and doctor lis before, the ministers have at gam- tn objecte Stare Bambrldgo Colby to" grant herbrother, tho Lord Mayor,-In- " ad-lnnews coming from jthe "reform" ad- - gotten next, the "protected" ana to visit Ireland to tho rep- - cldents. Bes!do her at the rail Btood tho development of Irish indusmln.'straiMon. 'The stra'n on tho bllng games are not so dtisk ma-i-- r Object to Conferring of Municipal Miss Mary tries. S60 said ho founded tho Death of Lord Mayor MacSwlnoy resentatlves of tho American Com- - her pros cenor at tho office of the the revenue to tho Republican nonors as an Unfriendly Development Investigating Atrocities in Swiney, who was concerned t.t original' Industrial rtativ Tirt chine has been cut alarm In Ely. ..ni i.si nmiMa Evokes Harsh Criticisms in Action. Leaguo and was responsible for The resolution was anani- - lng her school in Cork, now in has to put the taboo eMai on tho n In the same Issue of tho Herald French Press. chargo of Sister Annie. Tho llttlo mously adopted. which It attempted to Intimidate sending out Consuls Genoral to of drunken, and crookedstories Following tho adlournment of tho former Lord Mayoress of that city many lands. Democrats and others Kwtfone policemen, the joke at- the get rid of fako reform, who. want - immediately thought of her baby tfirvm mitten rux.Li1 there was Tho of six bustnesn sess'on tho visiting deletomtits of tho "hick" firemen to to striking example of censorship Late Mayor MacSwlney's Sister Be- - which tho commission of tho Cora rates wore tho guests of Georgo girl, left thero with relatives. BM the water plugs after thev fl- - a yeora lf "She ds two and mitteo of One Hundred had hoped Writers Say Tiiat England's Course Washington Branch of the Fr'ends foro Committee Investigating nolly lvnto a fire, the wlgrf'ncs and submission to tiro bosses. The flie wore of Irish Freedom at a banquet at old," said. "Her namo is to send to England and Ireland to and wobblmra of the near Mavor following out ofpaid advertisements, Irish Question. Is Winning Wldo Sympatliy the newo columns: . .1. . d information will gather if tho Olaremont on tho Alexandra Maura. She is a lovely baby." nni but kept "Young man who took $400 In silk pike, outside of Newrort. iA. largo The gates opened finally and with not bo permitted .to visit GreaU For Ireland. other auctions. The stories ot ne- -, case and enthusiastic number were pres- - J. L. Fawcttt, Irish Consul, Oswald at John C. Lewis store to Britain. William MacDonald, 'sec- gro assaults must be kept under ont In tho private dining room, Garr'son VilJard artd Joremlah cover and above all tbwe must be known." "Party who took check for CORRECTS WRONG IMPRESSIONS toon Motor was artlstlca'dy decorated lor, who had boarded the liner as rormj ,n a lettor 6cnt Wednesday no criticism of Sheriff Ross any 51.000 la known toofHil bind are thte by R. L. Cnalgto, first ecrotory of COMPARED WITH THE TURK. with American and Sinn Fein flags, official commltteo of greeting, Mrs. ot Company." Stories nwve Just think of that Joseph Cassldy acted an toastmastor, MacSwiney and tho s'ster of . the tho British Embassy, that "the pro"Verboetwns" pnd tho Herald has m the advertising but not the news posed visit to British territory is and Interesting talks wore made by dead Irishman hurried ashore. There an 4fo motto "The trtith, no matter columns, and the advertiser cedes no hope of the Keystonors Joseph Hermann. Mayor of Now- - they wero received by two cousins, Tho Associated Press correspond- - not agreeable to His Majesty s uov- it lielns or hnrts " ' many port; Rev. Gerald Connolly, J. J. Mrs. Peter MacSwiney and Mrs. the crooks and A famous man oW ead: "Yon catching Is only Muffing inby saying ont cabled from London on Wodnes-- ornmont," and that therefore tho Tho death of MacSwlnoy and his ot Cincinnati, V'co Presi- - ale MacSwiney Dixon, as well as day that the British Government u embassy would not vise in rosS' 'bull' all tho nubile some ot the sbancen in,o r,A oomfl of the nubVc all the the party Is known, etc. Heres an-- considering whether 4t will request ports irsued to members of the com' companions to like tho death ot John dent of tho American Association Mrs. F. P. Walsh and her daughter, re .. ... 11 .r. i,ii nil hn other: "One hundred dollarsDodge the United States Government, In mitteo by tho American War De Brown and probably was so Intended for tho Recognition of tho Irish Re- - Helen Todd, the California to be by these martyrs. There Is no Thomas J. Dolan and Daniel traglst, and Mrs. Helen Hill Weed, tho interests of AnEhvAraorican nartment. after ward for information about the time." Reward touring can No. 5194 died believBolond, ?hr2Kw Wot of, Policet Petty and no Questions asked at 404 West friendship, to take official notice of- Members ot tho special committee doubt thathisJohn Brown Its dramatic E. Sullivan, of Louisville, and Col. ot Connecticut. Harry Valera, held -- death in W. Dorian, the nowly elected rotary to President De i.in activities In Amor- which it had been planned to send ing that the - tho llttlo figure In his arms for o an- - circumstances would arouse tho conState President. M'ss Alma Drenr -- .. Txiiv(iirt Minis- - BreckinrJdgo etroot." And thus It ica of Prof. Eamonn De Valera. to England and Ireland, as vocaWst, of Cincinnati, aanisted moment. Then they turned to a of tho Boos frojn day to terlnl Assoc'atlon Monday evening assaults, burglaries day thovhotel ,' Presldent ot tho Irish Republic, ac- - nouncod by tho commission, were science slavery. American pcoplo nan,Thomas Murray, pianist, and motor in which they wero and It certainly did. by awaited cording to a statement mado by Oliver P. Newman, former District against hfls demonstrated that there Is a yeryfh'nir even "bull." clerks will toll you that Andrew Bonar Law in tho House of , Commissioner of Washington, Rev. And certainly tho most popular, war Miss Muldoon. violinist, rendered a by Grover Whalen, commissioner of iirnM by song was "John Brown's Soul Goes number of delightful songsi. plant and structures, representing and Norman But Monday evening tho worm turn- merchants are parsing Louisvilleand Commons In response to questions. son, New Thomas JamesArthur many holddps H. Maurer, Marching On." Mayor Hylon, Mrs. Villard and Mrs. York; Bottomley, Liberal, later ed aid the eood men ot the Minis- because ot the robberies. The public hero OFFFICERS ELECTED. Evidence comes In every day of j. m. MCNamara. uetore them terial Arwc'ation became wroth and hears of tho local robberies only asked whether the time had not ar-- Pres'dont ofofthe Pennsylvania State and rived when Great Britain should Federation Labor; William stretched a city of flaga Thousands the great effect upon tho public threw brick and brkk at Col. Petty.- burglaries, but tho Sunday afternoon Louisville Cir-- of Sinn Eeln banners fluttered un vic serious representations to tho Donald, and Dean Morsa Lovett, opinion of tho world produced by (Not a Vno or mention in the maPassports MacSwlney's death. University of Chicago. clo. Daughters of Isabella, held a der the Stars and Stripes; men mir tims go homo and their story la American Government that any fur- - Issued ch'no Herald.) Tiro to France, England's ally, and un- t&TFoly attended and enthuslartlo stood with bared heads; there was to members of tho committee ther toleration ot Do Valera and tho ed atoit'on ot the many eambling suppressed by the censor. It any conferring on him of municipal hon wore for "travel and- study in happily her associate In unjustifia- meet'ng in tho Knights of Columhtjs hardly a sound. This was the great in our m'dt and the punch mored that a prize to ottered not a including Great Britain," in tho great boards ot the Twelfth ward Rooub- - ' man or womanorwho can sa ely loavo or? was on unfriendly act. This was Europo, purposes elmllarly stated. It ble, imteriallstlc schemes, is expect Hall,election of Interest centering ro- - "silent salute" In honor of the Union Station at greeted by cries of "No!" country In which one would officers, which widow of Terence MacSwiney; the It or for Dr. Powell, of the the- Central IWn ,nt.i.i-,wT,- ,, gauntlet Regent, M'tss was 'eloquent as could have been no of ..aM nkAf night and run the Mr. Bonor Law answered: "I'waa said today at tho State Dopart-thln- k to find much sympathy Just now for Bulled as follows: safely. MacSwiney or tho causo ot liberty in Rose Kavanaugh; Vice Regent, Mfss demonstration. The trip uptown to there Is no doubt that we mont- - Applications for the Petty's erplanatkm was' "sheer non- -, thieves and crooks Trade or Please Chancellor, Mire, tho St, Regis Hotel turned out to be Retail Ireland. But from Paris comes al Mary Cummins; from the diplomatic point of torts wore made by committee RfVTVen " tv. UOOtMOn. of tno Meitt Pago the Board of have yie right to tako the bora individually, and thus tho most a, unanimous protest against Mary V. Gans; Custodian. Mrs. Pe- - a triumphal progress. od'st Temnle, advocated annroor'at-in- r Merchants' Association ot how gullible One more example courco suggested, but it Is not a question of whether itho State Do-- British conduct which led to Mac- ter Campbell; Monitor, Mn?. George mptoro fell in behind a detachmenfl $100 from the Gyrsv Sm'th ro- Nabor; administration thinks quostlon ot a right but ot what to partmont wouiu grant passports tor Swlney's manlrtyrdom. Financial Secretary, MIsa of discharged soldiers and a guard Hval fund to hire a detective tofcthe V", Tho French press is almost unani Agnes Wellington; Recording Secre- - ot longshoremen, and tho whole a committee as such' to go to Eng nnot the rarabline guTtes. and Rev. Tthe Louisville nubile are: Tho Nash oxnedlent." says mous In Its condemnation ot present tary, Miss Rose Dowl'ne; Treasurer, sterpod out to tho sprightly tune of American aid for Irish independ- land and Ireland was nat raised. . R. J. Plrkey, of tho Broadway uap- - ville. Banner of December 2 mi.... UOoi British conduct In Ireland and warns Mrs. J. D. Dougherty; Trustoo, Mrs. tho "Waring of tho Green." ence can best be oxorted through church, said he had little re- - an escaped fugitive, otv,.a tint ,100 tine "efforts to gain the 'truth about ac- MACKIN COUNCIL ELECTIONj Great Britain of tho effect which Alma Holland: 'Scribo, Miss Ireno- Every few blocks the long that btwW for an administration monuiBStandardbcaror. MI&sFIor- cession was halted as somoono m wotkoouso this conduct must havo upon Amort tual conditions," Miss Mary Maccouldn't eniforco the laws But we'll tencc, urnClinnrd is a Loulsylllo Swlnoy, sister of tho lato Lord Mackln Council, Y. M. I., had a can public opinion, a thing which tmco Pitt; Organist, MIfs Lill'an darted out from tho lines which to excuse tho Rv! P'rkey for from Mayor of Cork, declared Wednesday rousing meeting Monday night, and France Is very anxious that the En Trudeau; Inner Guard, Ml&i Anna stood solidly upon either aldo of coinar. and brought a so harsh on Col. Potty and Twenty-thir- d Jose. Tnoro is his Ketone aeereeat'on. as tho tho Chief of Police saying ho was a before the commission of the Com- - President Maguire the tente should not In France today May Canmnell; Outer Guard, Bliss Fifth h avenue Tram attempting to rushed was xtreets, Gude, Miss Fifty-fiftto Loretita TIghe: hardly a newspaper have been mort valued man When this Bur- - mittee of One Hundred invostigatreverend gentleman must hxnfutmt. ' way which does not criticise most se- .Lucille Spurrier, First Second Guide, speak to tho Irish woman. Paul Onco and business, to clear the a ,f n nf published Col. Potty. lng tho Irish question, in seixlon at for tho annualNslection. There ivas verely Great Britain's treatment of Miss (Agnes nnn. sno stopped tne motor ana cumoea the'dnv On S.indav while Hngame and Business Director and Washington. the dollverlngTto sermon Dr. P.rWs General tako CarroU fell a oyer The Daughters ot Isabella was or-- out to kiss two little children dross- Miss MacSwlnoy was tho first wit a large vote cast, and when were tell the Irish people. Tho correspondent de- in ers reported tho following Paris of the Christian Science ganized in Now York about twelve ed in Irish costume. One of tho homo was cleaned ont by imrgjars. case, "T,r4'" Burllngamo ZrT tho ness called when tho commission re"rT eleoted: 'Monitor reviews the criticisms ot the years ago, and has now enread Into cany carried John A. Kennedy, ot and tho Keystono cops, as usual prize. As Chairman ot tho Board sumed its hearings after an inter clared President August Hoertz. leading taper as follows: almost every State in the Union, Cork, lately of Boston, who wore ruption of several weeks. It had a hnmn't ovfti Vice Presidents Joseph Donnel Otoard evl-- a been the plan to first examine Mrs. ttotD?. E. Y.Vllins, of "Opinion in Franco is greatly Ftandlng In the same relat'on to the green uniform of tho Irish ro- .he ly, Edmond Warlsso. when moved by tho fato ot tho Lord Catholic women that the Knights or public army. Ho eald that there are noted loal preacher, didn't rlse'denUy made a "misstatement patrol-relr- a Muriol MacSwiney, widow of the Secretary William Mayor ot Cork. A fresh outburst of Columbus doos to tho men. The 310,000 more soldiers such oa ho Financial for and add h's protest against the making his appl cation must swear Lord Mayor, but this wa changed. Buckel. criticism of England manifests itself need of a strong national unity "back home." Mrs. MacSwiney arrived Tuesday ot vice and crime here 1ut fan, as the applicant Recording Secretary J. Dolan. of any At the St, Regis Mrs. MacSwiney today.-- Thero to hardly a newspaper among the Catholic women of Amor- now and oblect to being "bulled" ."o never was convicted perjury, night with her Treasurer R. Butler. cme. The case was which to not hostile to British policy Ica has been met by this order, ana at once retired to hor suite. It was Miss MacSwfney told the commle-Bfo- n anv longer by the "reform" admin- -' but Burllagame Bays plain a Marshal Patrick Stammerman. Just in respect to Ireland. Some ot them It to gratifying to all interested In after much urging she appeared to she had come to America to tetraton. Some time ago when a totemont nd expects the public to Inside Sentinel Arthur Narz. express themselves in guarded the social question that it has suchi s.peak for a moment io tho press, of aid "our friend in obtaining tho of ministers called on wal tow to facts" about conditions In Ireland. Outride Sentinel Fred Sohaet-- terms, but others express themselves a strong and progressive circle in which fully sixty members wero as- Mavor Smith Dr. Mulllns was In sight it .But aftet all tho end near and thoDemocraiUc party She felt, he Bald, that most Ameri- ler. She looked more chlld-lik- o Bembled. All ot them Loulsvllle. with some violence. he paid with the spokesman ar-Gua Hoertz. the new President, next fall than ever without her wraps or only to real greatVh: "You know, Mr. Mayor, ow walk to victory the dowafaUwith cans were uninformed as Ireland, has been an ' earnest worker for . sympathise not cauae. with the man, of conditions. j,u ENCOURAGING. hat. She wears her hwlr parted anL- The Gauiois, tlie Outside ot everyopo of h mlnlMcru voted for a clean ticket, and hte CMadono In two braids caught by a pair M!s MacSwiney said, an Impression Mackln, and says It will bethat aim while ifffods excusea.for the' British ynnVHbont a single exceftW' haa Government, considers that it would te tho foot that you c "bu" all prevails that in- to continue the success The Rev. Charles P. Raffo. pator ot large pine. A plaited creoe d of pSl was the same vllt in which he people some of he me some dependence tothe move tor Irish by marked th admtatotrUoa B6 aPnH hav8 been good tactic to have ot St. Charles Borromco ohuroh, was chine skirt and blouse of the same of fostered entirely Burllname, ot .the pub - shown generosity. The Journal du the sneaker at a mas moetimg ot mater'al were unrelieved by a touch Maguire. Ttep will dent Safety, tried hte hand at "bnumg", ,i',V $ VT Popte aM V1 Catholics. tj-- , she denied, assert He Installation ot Um officers. fot- - Peuple says that 'all tree spirits In- the Floyd County Catholic Commu- - ot white. She .explained that she to , rV.tKn.ii. i ji.t This the rodly men. Paul tookSlwm dM cline profoundly before MacSwiney. nity Center which was held at tno aero to give testimony and bear ww were equally., represented to the , the window nd poinlng out the time. "Vlctolre hopes that England will Y. M. I. Hall In New Albany last ness ot the Irish upheaval before the movement. Th syjstem of educa- the friends of the council. Mtealon said solemnly Haamie GRBSNWOOD DISTURBED. not nay too dearly for her detianee Sunday nUht and was largely at- - American commission, tion ertablfcihed la 'Ireland by the that used to be "fJertlemen. MEMORIAL TO CARDINAL. lot the Irish, nation. L'Oeuvre de tended,, Following the. address an "I can say nothing about eond- British was criticised by Mtoa Blcnwl's concert Tall. a deft of vice clared that political reasons are con- entertalti'ng musical programme was tlons in my country until after my The United States figured Uei who declared thwt "most of and talouHv. but under our relm Hayes, trary, in this case, to Justice, which given. ThOfe pho participated were heariny, which I believe to to be on The Moat K tww become a prayor meetlm: week in the British Howie of Com- - the people of Ireland do not knaw Arehblahop Rev. Patrkk J. of New York. reom- - m aunerlor to all written law. The Mie Mildred Breetz, Hda RV.ke, Wednesday. But I should like to station," Alt of tho preachers eald no,, on tb Irtah amotion. how to express tfcemeelves." Those eommxuwi with reac&ct to mefid.3 e a memorial to tee JateiHeur NonveBe considers it Its duty Hilda. Dettlitnger, Mm. O'car Mathes, have America know"' that both my and "lowered str mmw. Grwood MMrtsd "Bravo, bravo." ot a to warn England that revrlMki are John Broeker and the Community hucband and I always expected help !w mlunaUoii ' ooiLtin.ued. "liave Cardinal Farley th erek - on Paul and his fellow-worDraiu h "Cardinal Tutify buHdiat" ai Ford- - a bad remedy for revolution. The Center Orchestra. Kacouraging re- - from thte country I have had many A,BwJ,,m .nMMAtmu made ML noxtflils for good dM irs for thlr following beautiful letters from tha. Unltad mado by trociittB in ' Bleu Jnlet Unlvrty,io wlttentn cardl-Trdistorted m Bmrland Ireland has TM truth 1 was that B'ered's conwrt land. Ha tori of wn Amerfeao ,i rroup ettlMM do not to say that the hm wns a rdoaU. Archbtahop Petit'more martyr thatavengw. The ports were chairmen: the to WHItem C. 8ttas( sonve even from Arortoaa en deelwvd Ml wwt rAmmrM ir.,i fM ni ho. i...! ttkarioniciHayas wA W TomjodaMon In Rappal believM that tM vnt to a Bh enfertalii'nent; Gsorge Moeer, ehlldran. I feel aa. Jf tny mama th mee. The dtffiottMy orte Jv ww th adlntrstfm lwA eow jorwjiwndent nibershlp: today were a trlhats airaet from rsa h HmmA yar of nrrtivh domuukinoii liavia afatonMtttoprintr . la eoiMt1oa worse blow to Bn gland than ta lnm rtans; Alrln Corcoran tb maqmifn ot a battle: that W. Fatter ftnaaea, sad1 Fraak women hare to tas" wamory of r lUHiiir fcwsk hom atorle to not jMmltHd tb Irtolii tM of IrataM ZEtmr iw in hh iwiw fftw r jto.dwtop mmtr." huftband." , rtrfatioa.. for t "trmiar TwdUm, Soettsr, tnoorporaikm. will atir the whola world. .wnoilaJiir It 1 0 Tntcr-Souther- n pro-en- Key-money- ed wit-peop- le A M TANS-gST- c mtn-bunco- ed '"Sk T ed w tmrnzntk"1 I Treasurer-Lexington- -- I ne-tind- er' I "pro-nfiwnap- er Key-din- IRELAND FRENCH copper-color-Covlngt- fol-H- all 'our-telve-s,' twenty-Counc- t. , g $hlld-lk'eintee- 3t and.in-possnor- ts sister-In-Ja- w Mac-missi- on d. regard1-irvflan- I one-ha- .. first-han- Law-whi- ch lt con-xrhn- m , ln-c- an suf-publ- ic: t' U. ad sec-Jo- hn anti-Britis- h, . out-of-to- Giea-Honat- io Mac-ma- ke n es i,i. - paso-woul- mem-vie- w, Flag-trimm- ed '"""... r t,, p. .i- nnl sen-hapo-bei- -- ve 1!?, , dtoy .t - stotor-ln-la- mto-aolega- 1 Brd toa't "W "r" "D, dee - Mc-Swine- y, AWn-Ao- nti-Iri- Ire-ZL- SrtySJT brtld tht Xa$o-Awtitm- a. ft'ajp'irB tba-eana- a rtar I . cDBjrTrTTOKrv December 17 Turkey entertainment of Trinity Council at hall, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Baxter and Morton avenue. 19 Christmas enterCMMta December Advwemeat el kbk ad th. SocW tainment otSt. Patrick's school In Yoang Mm'i Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. hall. Sixteenth and Market. Institute ana uauiouc tynigm 01 abhm. Year cvo enDecember PublleherB tertainment, attormoon and fright, by PRINTINO CO., lneofrcf4. KBNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN ladies of Altar society, i Hall. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, S1N0LE COPY Sc BSCRIPTIONPRICE nxFi AJviBwiCAJt ItNTUGKY IRISH M! ftMEMN. AWcmJ COMING EVENTS. WfffffffyfffffffffffCTfff f r.l iMttu For Your Wife 31--N- ow Certain Advantages of the Gift We Suggest Far stronger than the normal appeal of fur coats and limousines in a woman's heart is the security of her for distant years, and she doubly honors the husband sufficiently wise and thoughtful to provide it lantial gift this year, our suggestion is a certificate of If you feel that you can make your wife an extra-sub- s Preferred Stock of Louisville Gas and Electric Company which has certain clear and definite advanthe 7 tages for this purpose, quickly" apparent to you. Enttrrd at H h LoultviHc PototH CHHHwkstim to th KEMTUCKT WISH 8ccb.CI MIMM. Mrttof . J19-32- 1 Wnt Uewty Slrat. ' Miss May Bannon will be .host at I rook party December 28. 1. Its safoty may bo judged by a record of 82 years of consistent returns to the Investor by the Issuing ; M'ss Margaret Conroy, Clifton, company and Its predecessors. ...SATURDAY, DECEMBER H, 1920 visited In .Lexington last week. LOUISVILLE, KY Oftorre Garrity and Harry J. 2. Dividends are payable by check, mailed every 90 days to the address of tho stockholder. .No in- week-enat St. convenience, delays or' expense of collection. mittoo will be required io elgn a Hennessy spent the ANSWER TO TOMES. . l- . i Mac thews. a tiement mat no nas reau mo 3. There are NO taxes to bo paid on tho stock to tho State, City, School or County governments, pro0l'.B3 Ruth Curran was laat week vided tho shareholder remains a resident cltlzon of Kentucky. Dividends ar exempt from the nor The Irlonds of Britain and pro- - and la preared to abide by Its the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dant . ninl Fcdoral incomo tax. , in. this country are busy visions." at Now Hope. Soddy ia against accepting Mr. and Mrs. IX J. Hennessy havo Prof. denying tho rights of American 4. In caso it is desired to convert tho stock into cash, tho Company will handle resales at nominal ex- -' moved into their new home at 1324 ponso. cltlssens to question England's mur- - the Invitation until scientists avenue. reign In Ireland. Tho Oour- - e.kuiy ud.vo detJUtely stated their Winter Mary and Lu3a Ryan have 5. Protection against loss, destruction or thoft of tho stock certificate is provided by registration of M'sses every share of stock by tho National Bank of Kentucky, registrar. Dividends aro payable only to differs from Henry position Jn regard to poison gas. "1 bpflti visiting Mis Maurice Pulliam, scientists Highland Park. tho person in whoso namo the stock Is registered. Watterson, its former editor, and tnmK," he sald, "that M'ss Mary Tlmonoy lias relumed toya wo havo no right to censure Should stand for something higher 6. Assurance of a definite, permanent income la obtained. There Is no maturity dato to cause tho probfriends A Baptist minister, than anything which has yet found to Danivlllo after visiting lem of reinvestment at whatever lnterost rates may then prevail. Should tho Company wish to reGreat Britain expression and representation in here and at Preston'o. tire tho stock it must pay ? 116, or a premium of $15 a share. Her. Pirkey by name, here laat Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mann were reSunday devoted his whole oormon governments, particularly In their cent visitors at Bardstown, the "7. This Is a homo investment, with property, offices and officers closo at hand. First hand inspection -- domn'nff and Inaultlnc Irish- - .nternational reflations." ' to and conference aro instantly available without trouble or oxponso. guests of I. S. Greor and family. The foregoing Is news that tho Mfm Marv TWiornlinriV lias return 'American citizens for protesting and Times do not ed from New Haven, where she vfa- against the reign of terror in Ire Courier-Journgive their readers. Their eyes are lfcod her cousin, Mfss Rosa Boone land, but we bet Pirkey just slob M'ns Stella Coughlln, who was vls- bers all over when he thinks of the shut to EnglUh hypocrisy and It'nc M'esi Jenni'e Taegert in OUR INVESTMENT DEPARTMENT WILL SUPPLY FURTHER DETAILS I suffering Armenians. As for the treachery, has returned to Corydon. ripht to "meddle," as they call it, M!s Bess GreemwilM has returnLATEST SCARE. ed frvn a v's't to 'her' ranonCn, Mr. it hasn't been so long sinco England and Mrs. Nick Greenwell, at New wai begging us in the name of huarc the Haven. ' American "gunmen" manity to meddle when Belgium English cities andi T, Shenley Cunitfe is home from was the sufferer. If It ia right for latac scare in "How Big Business Men Grew Rich" among the Carsonito followers in MWletown. Ohio, where he msat-w- . us to interfere then at England's re tond'nt; , t . n ..w. noerlng. a school of technical engl- quest it is right for us to protest KIOS ilUim Ul 1IUIUUM. A keen analysis of the foundation of the hood it is only a scare. But a few Mrs Robert Wulf and son and aoir when England Is at fault. fortunes of six of America's most respected gunmen could create Mirs Tess'ie Arnold have gone to Nothing that Germany over did In real American capitalists, by B. C. Forbes, the well known Mns. Wulf's parents In DavenBelgium equals tho brutal and a wholesome fear of justice in the v'st Iowa. , author. hearts of some British officials who port, cr''vil h'story of England which now feel themselves abovo all law. Edwin Dant and sister, Misi Kathillustrated FREE copies of this leen Pant, havo returned from a extends over centuries. booklet may be obtained by mailing this couAmerican gunmen saved the British v'slt to Mr. and Mrs. W. Bowl(Incorporated in Kentucky) History shown that England's pon with your name and address. army when It warj fighting "with its ing, at New Hope. ro'&n in any country has been a Thomas H. Hines, of South Sixth back to the wall" in 1918. It might reign of murder and oppression. In rave Fired, ha3 been oonf'ned to h's , Name Ind'a sho blew Sepoys from the bo a good thing for tbom to sehr.mo 'the Englishmen now from the, ruin into vere attackrast two weeks with, a of rheumatism. mouths of cannon, and only recentbeing led by Lloyd .. Address ly tUTmd machine iguns on a .peace- which they arc Mr. and Mrs. Matt Folfty, of ChiTelephone City or Main S182 cago, aro here on a vV.t to relaful Indian gathering, murder'ng George. tives. Mr. Foley is sporting editor Did tho Cour'er-Jour-nthousands. on ono of the Chicago papers. STRIKING FAILURE. and Rev. Pirkey protest then? Mrs. Thanfas E. Bennett, who has They did not. India has suffered, monMis in From a financial point of viow. been spending several of Mr. and Is the guest Egypt has suffered, South Africa tho late WoiOd Move- ni'capo. Mr James J. Reagan, Powee Valliara 'lufferedana It was the same ment was ono of tho most disas ley. England that turned savage Indians trous failures In htatory. It ' lias The Columbian M'nstrefe will en-- 1 on our Colonists. Tho history of loft debtis estimated at from four terrain tho member? of the Kn'slits ' WVVWMJLJp n- -i VI VI "' '" England will show that her wars to eight millions of dollars, which of Columbus next Wednesday even-In- n l'.ll,,,.l '"'' Tji.rr,.lMillyiiiii lllil following a short bus'ness ses-- ! havo been with small nations, of tho various sects that underwrote T defenseless people and her wars tho "drive" must pay. It will not Edon. YOU'LL WANT THAT SUIT Mr. and Mirs. J. P. S'aley an: have always heon torv greed. The be an easy task to clear away tho nounce the marriage of their 'daughmurder of Irishmen and women to- financial wreckage of tho move ter. M'ss Anna Mao Staley, to J. E. PRESS .D or REPAIRED or day is but a continuation of tho rnent, From a religious point of N'leit. Tho wedding took placo on CLEANED DYt D JE criminal history of tho greatest view tho movement was scarcely Novomber 12. Right Now by Phoning d M'ss Elizabeth Mullanc, bully In the whole world, civilized less unfortunato than it was as a by M'w Da'sy Carrol, has or uncivilized. Rev. Pirkey known financial venture. It accomplished returned to Versa'Jles, after a v'ult OR CITYSOUTH he del'iberatcly falsified when he nothing and alienated thousands by ''Hi Emmnt ''Jrullano and family, years this reliable old For forty-eigsaid that tho pcoplo of Ireland were Its Meadowbrook. Tou vill be sure of getting rapid, courteous, satmethod of appeal tor funds jewelry firm has enjoyed the confidence divided half and half, when tho re- more funds! Tho fact Is that tho Miss Myrtle Mattinglv. of Owens-borisfactory service. Tria modern WAY guaranwas last wook the eueft of turns of the last election showed .tess onulhasis v,o place on tho and patronage of Louisville people. tees "the best? in a hurry." honor at card parties at the homes 86 per cent, for home rule. Plrkoy finance that is necessary to carry on of Miss Alma Shirley Loutsch and original founder, Matt Irion, is still Its knows bettor, so does tho Courier-Journa-l, the work of religion the bettor off MVki M'ld"ed C. Lart. associated with his sons in the big busibut in their great love for wo are financially and religiously. Mr. and Jlrs. Frank L. .A,ke,,',n lohn Bull they bellovo that the announco tho marriage of Choir ness which years of honest endeavor daughter, M'sia Loretta AokermT. king can do no wrong. have brought to the firm of Matt Irion SCORES THE OLD LADY. o E C. Clark, of Nahvill. The Touching upon the Courier-Jou- r place at St. Martin's "edd'ng took & Sons. INCORPORATED THE LORD'S DAY. nal's camouflago editorial upon tho church. 1140-11n M!s Catherino McDermott. a SOUTH THIRD STREET. We are enlarging our business treCongress will bo asked at the Irish question, tho Louisville Herat the Sacred Heart Convent, Fred J. Klnusin?, W. H. Slillman, Pres. mendously and wc invite your further ald makes tho following tart com- Manhattanville, N. Y.. w.'ll reMirn indent sers'on to enact some "blue ment: Hecember 18 to spend tho hol'days legislation affecting- the mails ! and patronage. confidence law" " Wo havo read, wltn much Interest with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. EdSome and initerstato commerco.4 and not a l'ttlo amazement, thati ward J. McDermotL The Irion Guarantee Goes With Each 4MMMH 0WV4MMMM "reform" association nas the bill long and leaded editorial in which Mr. nnd Mrs. WYllam Sullivan, Purchase. already drafted. It Is drastic In tho Old Ladv iauntily disposes of of Wichita Falls, Texas, were Iwo tho extreme. We do not think that the case of Ireland by inquiring 'art week an tho eiien1!" mt Dr. nnd GIFTS THAT LAST. a proposition to how there is any danger that it will be cedo wo would like to an al.en peo- Mrs. J. J. Connolly. South Lou's-vM- t. Long Island Before jehirnnir "home Mt. oKwted. "Blue Taws" are out of ple. That singular "reductio ad PORTRAITS FROM LIFE Sull'van went to Cincinnati to .visit dare. Wliat Is needed 1b o sensible given such consideration relatives. PHOTOGRAPHIC TINTING brought obe3rvanco of tho Lord'b day that as it deserves, we are next M'ss Mareuer'to HonrnrM glvo opportunity for religious to the -conclusion that not only is all arrive Christmas eve from Camp Dlx, will COMMERCIAL ART ,'and England's Tr"- - Market Fourth. .Terssy. to srend tho holidays warab'.p. "Sahbatb, observance" only, but thataffoV whatever England Nw her parents, Mr. and Mr- With Specializing in the highest quality execution committees should take note that h 'or u& be'ter reason 'em H. Hammond, of 1111 Rvori'h Open Nights Until Ghrismas. Sunday is not tho Sabbath of the than that England does It. Re- street, and Brlnton-She- a attend the prices within reason. Try us. wedding. Mosaic law. We are living under marking parenthetically that this is more than John Bull claimn for Courier-Joirn335-33- 7 Mr. and Mrs. L. N. McClollan anthe Christian dispensation and the himself, w! leave the Old Lady to Building nounce the engagement of tho'r Lords day Is tho Sunday. her knitting. daughter, M'ss Verba McClollan. to rtHHHM The wedding RlHpiiiiilTlllilll'ilIltolllltlTllil mSSS&KiEtiM iiiiiiliiiiliiliKiyyiiijjilliiifiiMiay1 Vncent L. Bunds-hAGAINST AMERICA. Next Thursday will' bo the anni- will take place Wednesday morning, flATnTnTTTTinrrninniM versary of tho Boston 4oa party, December 29, at Sacred Heart i shouCd give pause hold on December 1C, 1773. England church, Seventeenth and Broadway. i til Americans wrc" M'ss Margaret Kaltenbacher enand consideration to tho latest hell- is now, as then, an opprcsiar and ninth honor of ish wbeme of tho faithless and un- enemy of all small nations. Tho tertained In Those presentherincluded birthday. christian Government of England, effects of the Boston party will llvr Ml ses Mary Rose Koortner, HARVEY-JELLIC- O which professes friendship for this forever. Sullivan, Leona Mclntlre, Flor'no Davis. Helen Gray. I. V. country. From London the UniMinor, Mary Alice Noonan, Loufoo (INCORPORATE BOSTON COLLEGE. versal Press Service cables that tho nfCORFOKlTBD Sehmening, Waniotta SchmonJng. nr'tf'ih Office Is now seeking to Mls3 Eleanora Ulrioii entertained Many out'ede tho Ltoulsvlllo Evennd the Service. The Company With the Both Phone 315. 315 Guthrie Street. mobiilzo the scientists of the coun- ing Post'B wide circle of readers w'll her 500 club at tho homo of her try for the development of the use bo Interested in tho following edi- sVior, Mrs. lAifchlbald B. Davies, Yards located at Fifteenth rimI Magnolia. Yard.at First and A Rosowood avenue. Those presof poison gas In warfare, Tho reve- torial in last Saturday's issue: Mass., 1532were Yard and Elevator, Pupo aud Payno Htreets. Mesdames Archibald B. ent "Boston College, at Boston, lation is made by Dr. Frederick put a football team on the gridiron Davis, Fiank L. Barth; Misses Both Phones at All lards. Soddy, professor of chemistry at the lost year which defeated Yale, and Mafquet, Mary Wcl-Ti- . Irma University of Oxford, one of the went through the soarAn without a Kiapoke, Pauline Senn, Gertrude Make your 4io ne hospitable and attracwas a scientists approached by the Wt defeat. Many pcoplo said Itanother Wessols, Mario Schwoinhart. Helon arranged AlaTquot, Catherino Welsh, Eleanora fluko and Yolo tive this winter by the the addition of .Office in tboir action, which is in gamo for this year, and again Bos- Ulricru attractive and correct lighting. defiance of the' October declaration ton College dofeated Yale. Th's TRINITY COUNCIL. of the council of the vLcaguo of Na- year's eleven was undoubtedly ono PORTABLES, FLOOR LAMPS, LIGHTING FURNITURE tions that "this council can not oUnc strongest in tne country, "i no Trinity Counc'L Y. M. I., held Its Evening Post asked tho other day legitimatize tho use of .poison gas for Information about Boston Col- election of officer. Monday n4ht, and munt seek moans it prevent Its lege, and we havo been furnished it. and so groat was 'the interest that Boston College s lasted on Univer tho aud'torlum was Tiled. The conmanufacture." INOORPORATaO Soddy's ttt&tomect has caused sity Hill, Newton, Mare. Its Presi- tests were spirited but friendly and City 181K) 528 WEST JEFFERSON Main good is a PHONE CITY 3767 619 W.BROADWAY great suhprlse and pacifists are In- dent Irish Jesuit Father with a Pre resulted as follows: A. O'Grady. Crystal Electric Washer and WJinger. Universal Farm Lighting Plants. name Devlin. Tho ChaHain Rev. J. old ' stating that the assembly of tho fect of Studies Is tho Rev. A. J. Mc President J. Robert Muhs. 8 VOLT 11 PLATK fM.M at Geneva ahsJM Issue the Caffrey, and among its faculty may Vice Presidents jJohn L Cunitfe, . VOLT 18 PLATES strongest possible veto on this cruel bo found the names of Drlscoll. Lo"'s E. Eberlo. . 8.fi ., Ut tm. Hi TriM. P. MMMM, Recording Secretary Ruddl M. i H. L UMHMt huifari atf Mutwf IS VOLT 7 FLATS imJM Tho Protestor O'Brien, Sprja et warfare. Murnhv. It has a student body of Lanahan. says! F. O. B. Detroit Corresponding Secretary Richard 700. and is noted in New Engwuia That's All For Twe Yers "I bave jttst received a tevlAa-- for hiany other Ihincs In addition to P. Rebr. John L. coacn Financial Secretary t! from the.Wwr Office to be- - footbois rfowess. The,team oiuiw The only battary ' guaraHted uaeoadl-tlonallMJW Timmel. member o tbe one aeeocile for two years. Instead of "adjust J. 'H. Oehler. Treasurer Gmlvert ripe, Sewer meflt," yeu get a new battery, Uuk NWIlVin nvw msiug cwowutavwu m Marshal A. J. Dlttmoier. laaaea'a Pateat Liilea Pipe fee Stem Ceaealt, all repair work. jSentlnei Chris Glenn. CONVENTS. part of the new peace orgaalswUe iH'Tide RETREATS AT Wall Caalai, Braia Tile, Tltrif e Irkt, Outside Sentinel B. J. Stottraan. Preparatory to the observance of YM'Om't Barn It Up Yea Ca't tor c&emieftl wertere and experi K. V. Oommittee Executive Coa-Orerstrahi It Fire Preeaarf. Flae Llalai, Fwe Irk ment.' . The iiHicuoa oi ine com the Feast of the Immaculate were FoVor, A. O. Schwe'der. John L. Crate aai teller Tile, Fire Clay, Ckhaacy Teae. Z ..i a. .. 4it j i. certion on Wednesday retreats 8SRVIO AT Lamfeert J. Silber, Thomas siren for tt novice at Naaareth ot both M1 mint to' the cemven, At Naaawth, P. Newman. OFFICE i3e SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. Collector Josopn M, Mayer. the afTeaaive and defensive eeaeetaf !n Netooo county, the retreat mar.ter MfH h"? lva PHONES CITY 873.176.'CUM8, MAIN 807. work im was the TUv. Benedict HeaJetf. C. o efeooifeei wirfcra.' 4flS SOUTH THIRD iTRHBT, LOUI8VTLLB, KY. wM worksr for 1fee Y. M P- - aad ai the ctaee there waa - -Magaalia. Z WORKS-Tklrtad 8rMk!arMs M MUk to Will yyraad. Move a worthy ihm! HmHaeni ImMman ceptVm.aiid proreaaten. Watrifcatew for w v Mt MtftMMfttl ooomy, una iev. aanry Oftd. who Md ij, ' or City, M1 t KM eot. Millar, P, eonrtnod Uk eervtoa. Meoutt. a lfe5ig"coimci S0GIETV. i.rfUww, d ..... pro-EngU- ah gen-deno- us ial al Jeffor-oonvMI- e, xr.. to.,.i .. niu. a Louisville Gas & Electric Co. 311 West Chestnut Street 30-pa- . al Inter-Chur- ch V1- I ' I j 1H SOME DAY -- ' accom-nanie- Established 1872 ht 2362 - o, THE MODERN WAY CLEANERS AND DYERS 42 Sec.-Treas. . etu-do- - I MRS. GERTRUDE ROSS ' "-'- MATT IRION & SONS Street at Vf. to at t al u. f COAL REDUCED! Taylor Lump S8.80 Per Ton. Au-Kus- ta COAL CO. Byrne Speed Coal Corporation Cl Mar-par- et Brighten Up Electrically! SPECIALTY THOS. J. BROCAR Automobile Repairing Tubes Accessories Tires ELECTRIC COMPANY 87 j JjJf" Lor, a " y P. BANNON PIPE CO. ellml-natin- g Sul-Uf- w, u V T" tT7JlrL;IZ TT! .J&7- j, "'"" -- P-vi- nrm --r- X u-r- wm ATlra: J,aa uoe!r iot GARAGE EQUIPMENT&SUPPLY CO. Kraky Mk Sl ( & V. 'f f .. s .' lfM0a a4 1D ENTUCKY IWJIJRH .AJmioXlC. MACARONI ' . EGG NOODLES 3PAGHETT ; Rfe II V& MENS FURNtSHINGSi I - ZPI.JJ National BanK of Kentucky PIFTH AND MAIN STREET. 411 ff the Largest and Opens a Savings Account Oldest Bank in the State. t Hi ' '"'... at II You Have A Kick, Coming When yon miss connections at your transfer corner by a hair.. But don't think, please, because you get left ence or twice, that we don't care whether you make connections or not. t PBNDBNNIS A. ENGELHARD 6VSONS CO. 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Phone City 4503 Nezt Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. Ic Drs. Harrison and Strassburg We Mak a 8Beciltr of All Rrannhn of naafiif We Vso All Mttdera Appliances is tho Elimination eLPaa. Phono City 4ff& DRINK We do cure. We want you to make your transfers With as little inconvenience as possible. And we are trying to solve this problem from the viewpoint of the good of the service as a whole. We can't make a general-rul- e on waiting for transfers. But we have instructed conductors and motormc n to make every effort at each transfer point to inconvenience as few passengers as possible. I LEWIS DOUGLAS MORTON tfERTELJj DOUBLE-DAR- K The Drink that HUBER HAND STOKER 25 PER CENT. COAL SAVING. Combustion Engineering and Furnace Repairing City 8381 521-2- 3 . tht they must hive regard for the feelings of passengers already on the car as well as those wishing to board it. And this means Too long a wait, when the car is late, means disarranged schedule and less efficient service as a whole. COURT PLACE Main 1050 1I OERTi; INCORPORATED & r"' " A Womom CO. t,ODISVIL,L.B. KKNTUOKY Also Makers of Onricls Dark unci OertelB Light. they must inconvenience you'in order that the service , of hundreds of others shall not suffer. Sometim-- s ' COAL NEW O. T. COAL YARD S. CO. High Grade Coal JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED BstAbltehed 1820 WM. P. BANNON CONTRACTING; City 8380 LoabvlUe, PLASTERER Cumb. S. 154 But you can help in making your connections. When your car approaches the transfer point move to the front platform and ask the motorman to signal the connecting car. He is there to serve you. at the very lowest prfcoH. Giro ng a trial. City 4481); Main 1058 3580-- A Clay and Fulton Streets. MeM Phone, City 4300 Cumb. Phone, Mala OFFIOB OUTFITTERS PRTVTUK STATIONERS STORAGE OP AUTOMOBILES NIGHT AND DAY. BROOK AND BLOOM Joseph Hubbuch Sr. & Son M TWiTWhTWS fkfecri Commit. cUlCax. (hasslkTv) SHOCK ABSORBERS Sd ntid ;f M Dealers In laeerperaWs. A. Lazar, Manager General Repair Work, Cleaning and toaey Advanced on Your Plain Polishing. West Jeffersoa Street Kentucky-Indian- a Automotive Co (Second Fleer) Homo Tol. 3063 Home Phone City 2987 Broadway at First. ulobh sEounrrr loak oo Mm-81- 2 JAMES P.BARNES, President Louisville Kail jvay Company. INCORPORATBD WALL PAPER AND RUGS FALLS CITV nALL RLIMJ.. 113S.UM WEST MARKKT ST. X. O Senlcv Sintlnn lilbcrty 3473 KY. HASSLER City 2712 SALES CO. Main AVa Phonos On rar<urs, SUaondo aaa so&al Projtrty at Xowit nsorz.B'8 paovTDiira? ANNIVERSARY INITIATION. Ktt etatr Vf la City THE SISTERS Shoes For Every Member of the Family Homo Phone 3906 FRED FEIGE & SON (UNION JLOUISVILLE - - MADE - - "KENTUCKY R1IORH AND Sl.IPPEnS 431 EAST MARKET STREET SEE POOLEY FOR MONHX Loans to those having regular In omea or salary, with Do publicity r red tape. Loans to housekeeper n their personal security. F. B. POOLEY, Building teem 1, Courier-Journ415 S. Fourth Street. , al NOTICE!! Shoup Optical Co. Has Removed To JoCforsonviJlo Council of tlio Knights of Columbus celebrated on last Sunday tho twelfth, anniversary of its birth. Located as it la In tho larso school tfu'lding of St. lAiUgus-t'Mj- 's church, the council has all the facil!it,,e3 THE A8S00ZATI0H Incorporated OF CHARITY NAZARETH , Announco tho Opening ot OF 203 COLKMAN BUILDINO 8. E. COIt. THIRD AND JEFKE'RSON HOOVER IT BEATS AS X SWEEPS AS IT CLEANS BETTER SHOES FOR LESS MONEY Out of tho High Rent District EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. Opcta Evenings Until Nine O'clock Cumb., Main 490 Homo, City 4990 NAZARETH COLLEGE 851 SOUTH FOURTH STREET LOUISVILLE, KY. Electric Suction Sweeper, SPALDING SHOE CO. For Further Information Call Presentation Academy at Homo Phone, Sbawnoo 803 PARRAKEET Miaeralwater & Grocery Company ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING 1 Incorporated Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted Asphalt Shingles a SpecciMlty 9011 WEST BROADWAY HENRY GOSS 311 FOR THE BENEFIT OF TOTO KIDNEYS DRINK PARRAKEET MINERAL WATER Parkway 485 Guthrie St. Speed Building. THE N. W. DUBISKE & CO. FINANCIAL SERVICE B. F. MARKIIAM,-MgrN . BLDO. MFG. 00. Incorporated STEEL AND IRON WORKERS 1612 WEST MAIN STREET Home Phone, City 577 SHEPPARD FOR THE BEST e LOUI8VILLE, KY. 06-7- -8 INTER-SOUTHER- DEAD ANIMAL8 Steam Forglngs and Fire Escape Apparatus Our Specialty JOHN TTY gee B. O'LEAKY OO. COAL CAUL, Four-in-On- e Eastern Kentucky j HIGHEST CASH PRIGE8 PAID faeaaquarters for AND FARM PROPERTY Coal Co. ( 011 Home Phone City 721; Oaxab. Phone Mais 721. LOUISVILLE RKNDEIUNO CO. 603 Marlon E. Taylor Bids. us about anything la real City 272 Main I2U7 cute. We sell, buy and rent. asBBBBBW T. E. Yann Dairy Co. Iaoorpo rated 406-51- 0 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. 4am Phone City 4464 X. A. Xifp SOUTH WENZEL ST. Home Phone, City 7005 ,Oaas. S. Xrap Both Phones 4SAS Both Phonos 2406 KRAFP'S MEAT MARKET 8Sp, roar, vaax axb xa JOHN B. WATHEN, . Wholesale and Retail - FRED. IjT nwti Tim i fmM.K, U). C LOEMKER W 5U REUTLINGER & CO. Adolpb ReHt All Xlaas of Smoked Meets 20? EAST JEFFERSON BTREErr FOURTH AND O STS lfif banquet. 'JV EASY FOR at Jeffersonv'i'ilo Couno'J is jout dn front, when men l'ke Father Halp'n back it up wltlh all 6f tlie'ir enercy; Home Phone, City 7804 Cumb. Phone, West 412-LonWllo Coun'il was al" ronro- at the speakers' table in the 6fned porsoTiarrs of l'cut. Gov. MoDer-mo- tt Of and Dr. Max M. Eble. pentlemeri are crcinr,e hath of alwaiis able tfo take care of ithem- - AND fHves and cm occas'ons of tWe na-iithey eh'mo as eare in the sky. 1300 WEST MARKET STREET Atfa'rs' ca this kni 'have p. tendency to arouse Ctflumb'anism. and work Residence Phone Shawnee 122-- J en a re'Xj-claR- s mas' Btai"ed bv several jfttiio newly loitlaitod Knlghte Council's team under the direction of Past Grand ICnitrbt Geher, asst-e- d by John A. Doyi'te, GeorTo NabT, J. Raymond Barrett and otbers. The laree class initiated were guests of 23 WEST JEFFERSON the council at a bannuet served by Main 113 the laidlea of tho Alar Soc'ety in Citv 085 tho bannuet room after the ceremony. The hall vras tiSled yr'Ah, I Itors from tho Palls O'tliefT. who iinii-iu 'iuunso Lno worn oi urama Knight Willis and li's couimlttee-meRev. Father Haltn, pastor of St., Ausustino'a acted an at tho banquet, and in h's usual stylo crpres3ed h's anprqeia- NORTON BUILDING e t!on of tho v'siton for their on Mbo twelftli h'rthday party oi its council, it is easy no seowny N. W. Comer Fourth and Jefferson any cnitenta'nmcnt or eeJebrat'on d. Tho three deerecn of tho or-wwo exompl'X'cd by Loutev'lle do-s'redr for rnablns a success of DR. A. H. EDWARDS EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT GLASSES ADJUSTED Tafel Electric Co. SUITE 218 FRANCIS BUILDING AND CHESTNUT STS. PALACE CLEANERS & DYERS FOURTH Incorporated EXPERT CLEANERS AND GENTLEMEN'S v-- OF LADIES' WEAKLNG Phono City 4720 Hours 9 to 5, 7 to 8 p., ra n. FRED 2RH ART ARCHITECT APPAREL ARTHUR H. ROHMANN, Manager S. W. Cor. Third aad Walnut St. stack Salts, Prea. s. O. jrasokc. S.o. aaa Ttms. It. GRAUMAN Jl OO. itoat-mas'- or BMlm City 866 pres-on"- West 86 tera Tixtsx, Mnttm, Cut Bacts- srs, Skow Dun, OoaavM, Za AU Isoorporatl KUta of me aafl Oscar Farmareji Sons City Elevator and Warehouse , Hay, Grain and Feeds The Home of "Quality Feeds" 122 N. FOURTH ST. AND 218 N. FIFTEENTH ST. 4 sie vm asm, M. acanr mrxuwt City Horn. Ptioaa, tltl W JOHN ASSENT PIANO TUNER 1020 EAST BURNETT AVENUE Homo Phono, City 8398 Frank Hartman A Sons HOUSE PAINTERS the ro DECORATORS Complete Line of Serviceable SCHOOL SHOES Opea Evenings Until Nino O'clock City 6910 Res., Shawnee Incorporated 1883-- L Sullivan Transfer Co. GENERAL TRANSPORTATION, TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AN "HAVRUJB PARTIHg" 1129 WEST MAIN STREET tlAMULX AU Sm BRADYS. - Watch Crystals Pitted OOc Watcb and Jewelry Repalrlag Spalding Shoe Co. EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. linger THE VERY BEST FIRE mSURANOE TORNADO. LIAIULITY AND PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET ' rURNITURH MOVING AND PAOK1NU 80 South Twea70isa at. Wset lfll Shawnee 1986 1.0VO DISTANCE HAUIilNQ EPPINQ'S SOFT DRINKS DeeigBS A A. rousing cheer went up at the Orown movincr picture theater Menday even'ng when it waiannoii-nceThoma? Braly bad been that awarded a .turkey by the nviiavo-men-t. The Radios Jewelry 408 Shoj Mor H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Telephone 1022 LOUIS SCHERRY DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS doorkeorers or urjhere weren't ellgir bio for tho prize. INTO ETERNAL KEST. M. pele'fan by say'ner tlmi WJl'am J. Bradv," the plumber, bad "h's entlro family there that nlqht and. tbo oxnlans tlm roular,v Mike McDer-mo- of tbo t Estimates Paraiefced UNION MADE WORK SHOES, PANTS, OVERALLS M0LDERS' SHOES SHOE REPAIRING 1506 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET Botween Hill and Shlpp LIBERTY BLOW Manufacturers and Erectors of DUST COLLECTING: SYSTEM We Make a Specialty ot Pipe MechaBlcal WORKS PIPE Air Engineers Work for 800 EC. BROADWA THOMAS KEENAN 1529 WEST MARKET STREET S VENTTIiATING BEATING 644 BAST JHFFBRSON 8T. LOUISVILLE, KY. HONOR FOR BRIDE. CVMMWVVtAVWl'''' !iJ. J. BARRETT'S SONS! HOMBPJIONKSS CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971 FUNERAL DIRECTORS Hy a4weMw Bast till. atte-- T AND EMBALMERS. MoJLn. Ptreot. SSa Lillian Wilaon gave an tea Saturday in honor of Mies Margaret Wright Parker, wbyoao marriage io Lieut. Fcutor Joeeph Tate, United States army, will take place December 24. The gueete Included Mesdames Edward J. Parker, Sr., Daiey J. Wilson, Edward J. Parker, Jr.; Mtesoa Margaret Wright Parker, Mary Louisa Mor&n, Lucille Daut, Page Sampson, Horn, Henrietta Loraino Bohmer, Beatrice CaseiUy, Mildred Mesne, Grace Watson, Peggy Birch. Margaret Emma Watson, Margaret Coleman, Frances Gtoaeoa. Miag io-for- Ja-p- In the death ot Mrs. Kathoripo Hockor, widow of the late Thomas Hocker. who passed away Saturday afitemoon at tbo Tiomo of REALTOR AND AUCTIONEER DYERS AND CLEANERS her brother, Dan F. Murphy, 1622 TRUST BLDQ. Windsor Place, Loulsv'Mo la?es 214 LOUISVILLE CALL FOR AND DBLIVhW f 'its h'chly roswio'ied pioneer ' K2 WM Beth Phones Home Phone, City 1191 Cathol'c women. Fureral 6ervces Lm,irW:K.T. woro Jicld at tho Cathedral on MonWr lr HIuItMmI tttaimt VA I W Vrtte day morning, attended by a large ! rm a Oh Sims aS ( gathering of mourning (reliai4,ve,i and SJVK II.IW.MIfMf .II.I.HmJS' SSI fp'ends. SurY'vinpr Mrs. Hocker are tivo brothers. D. F. Murphy. C. C. I Murphy, D. X. Murphy, J. C. Murphy and P, J. Murray, and three ) i MERRY CLUB TARTY. BiEtors, M'sses Mary, Nora and 'Agnes Murphy. Misa Catherine Walsh entertained AL. S. SMITH, PROP. ; ;; the I. M. T. Oloib at her ihome. . CHURCHES THRONGED. Thoso present wero Messrs. and Last Wednesday being tho Feast Mesdames M. T. Durkin, M. "W. I of the Immaculate .Conception of Walah; Mtees Alice Canty, Ida Milthe Blessed Virgin, and also a holy ler, Norma Elliott, Lillian Walsh, day of obligation, tiho Catholic Marlon MMler, Maymo Murrlhy, Mar! !! "BOTH PHONES S10. churches of the city were tbronged garet Walsh, Elizabeth Graf, Cathat the different mas.,-This was erine Walsh; Merlsra Thomas Ryan, I also tho patronal feast day of St. H. J. Murphy, W'Jtfam Donnelly, Mary'e churclu E'bth, and Cedar, Joseph Johnson, Charles Buseelle, ! SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS where tho eorvices wfeno marked Chr'et Th'edleman, Eullck Wateh, i aeaaasasiaaee)saiisieisaesessieae)saseeiia)as)easasaaas with special solemnity and splendor. A. Wlltiams of Indianapolis, Philip Duddy WHIlam Naah of Syraeoee, K. OF O. INITIATION. N. Y. an-oMi- or BllOti. SHOE 8TOU86 Kinds of Footwear For the 08 WEST MAIN STREET Whole Family We Bay Rags, Scrap Iron, Metals, LOUISVILLE Rubber and Paper Stock KKNTUOKY Two HAMBLT'S Stores LOUISVILLE WASTE Mth aad Portland. Shaw. 171 Thirty-tw- o Years Ought To Be Suf- 18th and Magaalae City 7164 MATERIAL 00. Guarantee .For My ficient Knowledge and Integrity 901.808 WEHT JEFFERSON ST. , NATIONAL' HATTSRI Hoafe PhonACltA 1109 If It's For Sale Give Me a Call LOUISVILLE - M - .KENTUCKY 826 WEST JEFFERSON STKaWnt PINS VARBLS SOUTH FOURTH AVE Next to Rex Theater Opea EreBlags UBtll 9 P. It. J. M. BUCKNER WHOLESALE ... TOBACCONIST M .I O C.P.BarnMAC. M 19 aaetataaiaajeaia9an)taaae(ieti8aeaaaeaeaaat GRAN W. SMITH'S SONii Funeral ' Director and Embalmeri: b PASTORS TAKE CHARGE. A saw of ,abot flty the first . fTsthttral Director tit-t- i m ISmbaSanor JJWaWsUaB, m. Ki Fiunc! J. Tlmoney baa some from KnotUvINe and eaered upon hie duties m pastec ot St. Wll)lam's ehureh. Pettier Henry Pieper, who has bom tilling the at St. WMl'am's, has been transferred to St; Vlneeot e Paul's elMtrch, Which wjll'now have three priests. ' Rer. CTeeeph MeAleer, who has heeo at at. John for a pert time., hoe faeee awo4atd- panter of at WHUam's ehwreh t KaoUertile. and will oaW ta ha ew ehwye Rev. va-eaa- ey et formed Great Britain "pol'itely but Deeember the third if be firmly" the. Jt does not propose to . given JMitMM-yt$. Under the ifu'd-aoe- e he excluded from partJcfpatton In of Grand KmIW. T, Raymond the Tights and privileges secured Barrett the local K. of C, ke4n for- under maadates provided In the ward to a prosperous year. treaties ot peace: Furthenore t expeete to he heard reard'ii .the Cetumbtts the seottd degree te be ne ot tbe,Kaih4a" Wednesday 'Ve-l- wU4 re-eI- ve INSIST ON RIGHTS. 2. ad alrt The Amerieae Government baa 0tH'HltMlltmMllBHMltllitMeejf D0UGHER1Y & McELLIOTT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, I - 1 "I had rheumatism aad yertigo terme ot those mandates before and aaye P, ,U hones to I've'. they at put into foroe. The poet-t'oot the Uatted States te set NtaHth A. Lees. 324 aWaka Mar. test street, helned ate with .few forth in a sete by Secretary Oeiby tretnMets.H4(r. feheaf, 76t Nth te Beei .Oarsea, the BrKlsa. SecrempHXHMl HM.lt. -- Funeral Directors and Embalmers! HOTH PHOTB)8. w r. tary of Mase ver FereicA ArJaiea. I Gtbah. Mala S9S-- 4M11MHi'WMMMMMHIMHItMMMW . i 8ms City T B 1 V SWISS CLEANING U.BACSHISN5 OF j ! We dive and Redeem Surety Coupons. '''" JfcXRSrl''300KV XJIH A2MroiIOA2S3: tf tm9m9mfmm ' Herman TOUWTH AVKNUe Straus MCaf?P0AreO sons . f MARKET STPttCT i , DO YOU KNOW AS0U7 OUR MEN'S SUITS WITH MINOR REPAIRS FREE SAVES BUYING. We Qlre and Redeem Qeld Trading: Stamps. HOUSEHOLD CLUB , PLAN ? j Carpets and Rugs Swiss' Cleaned or Shampooed DYEING LEADS AND PLEASES. SWISS V. i " BOYS' SUITS A Convenient and Dignified Method of Purcfusing Household Requirements on Veferre SWISS CLEANERS tacoKPoHAXwa TOPE APPROVES PLAN. AND DYERS V $10 We are offering you these Suits I i at a very special price, just toadver tise our Boys' Department. These i Suits are made of good woolen mate- i Payments. The eaytaadla featarea'sf thto method are aay Ma eoHTealeace la maktaje parchasee withoat OFFICE, 617 SOUTH FOURTH. PLANT 909 SOUTH SIXTH ST. - tag el & considerable eatlajr o baying oh the Clab Plaa drin our wrlew sales AT SA1B PRICES. Whatever Is the pries of the goods to a cash or a charge easterner, that to also the price to a Heasebeld Olab Plan easterner. There is positively bo advance. . There are ae "eoafldeatlal arraBgeHjeats." eeadacted apoa aa opea basts wltbva fixed It t chedale of rates. The Xlrst payment aad the monthly paymeats are the sanse to alL SINGER Sewing Machines FACTORY AT PRICES. home. We repair any sowing machine. Easy terms. Phone us for free trial on our 1920 model In your J. C. DORSEY & CO. City (IG50 C42 E. JEFFKRSON ST TIBET CUSTOMERS SURETY COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN Ms nmmw4 Changing a Habit I ASK FOR EWING'S i jdairy"-product- s I The hardest thing in the world i to change habit. Still -- the whole United State changed frem extravagance to thrift during the war. If the entire nation could do this o can you. Begin the Saving Habit now by starting an account with this Company. PURE WHOLESOME SAFE. , -- PERFECT FITTING' SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES I Fidelity and Columbia Trust Columbia Building Co.; Fourth and Main. -- The Oldest Trust Company In the South. OD OPTICAL , ( MM MMMMimiMMIIMII Oculists' Prescriptions. SOUTHERN COMPANY DON'T FORGET THAT Pop Benedict In a letter to HerHoover, transmitted through Cardinal Gibbons, gives his IndorseEuropean d ment to ho Re!5of Council, composed of eight! organizations welfare American which has undertaken 'to provide help for distressed children of Europe, The Holy Father says: "ThrougUx our beloved son the Card'nal Archblshdp of Baltimore, wo havo been again informed of the frolv wonflfirfiil and nrorldentlal work that you are still carry'n.g on to meot the crave ana manirom needs from which Euroro Is suffering throueh lack of food- - We have learned that, you are now devoting your, time and earnest endeavors In a special way In behalf of the suf- ferlng l!U!o ones. What you d'd to succor the helpless children of when the utter lack of prpnor food threatened fche'r fral lives all th's Is etlll fresh and living In our memory. At that time wo were moved to l'ft tin our voloe In pra'so of your noble Initiative, and wo are all the. more disposed to do so now In view of the fact that It Is no longer a Question of saving the Wves of the children of one nat'on aloae but rather, as we are credibly" Informed, of 3.000.000 children belonging to various nations - of Eurono.- Urged on therefore by tho charity of Christ, and sharing as we dor In h's snec'al love for the' little ones, we rocomm6nd your present work as strongly and ai earnestly as may be to tho generos'tyof all American citizens Irrespective of creed or party, and we feel assured that JtHy whose nearts are alwavs open to every worthy arrpeal will gledJy .respond with enthusiasm, swln g that your wonk Is not con fined to any ono people, but that It ombrE-Tall who pre In need wiin-o"d'stlctlon and. In particular. tihe Inncent children of thoro who were the enemies iof yesterdav and who row puffer all the more. Wishing that your labors may be crowned w'th the fullHs' success, wo fervently pray God that Ho may bo r'AaoHrI to h'fow on you his very cboicest rewards. "PENEDICT XV." bert newly-forme- ELECTRIC CLEANER Cleans 1y Air Alono. Incorporated 333-33- 5 ished. I THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW i Phone Us For a Demonstration. Childers Elect. Co. WEST MAIN ST. City 13ff Main $10 frffffwivVvfffr?wil MKXi'V I Bel-glu- m Coffee Prices Lower ijHd We offer our excellent Wow J f)T Blend Coffee, 2 2 lbs. forvJ.O 1-- THEFM$rjM THE WORLD srf IletmF) This means only another decrease over the old prise for this Coffee. This is the best Coffee for the price on the market. Give us a trial. JOHN M. MULLOY 312 WEST MARKET STREET. Both Phones 1323 Established 1888 - LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK , For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. ut More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a total deposit of more than 13,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by Um people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. lr START IH sir THIS KtHTH WITH THE UNDER THE BIG CLOCK , MARKET AT SECOND GUNN'S BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY Weekly Savings Club Try Our South Louisville Bank Fonrtfa aad Cratral GRAYV0N ALLIEN Sanitary Milk Co. ntooawau' nrconrexAxxD IS THE HOME OF PURE MILK diBMaM Mttttmtttj High Class Furniture AT LOWEST PRICES "ASK YOUR GROCERS. II Lost SaljmfaLV 'morni'ing when Col. James P. WhallenarriTed at Ills ofBEiT CHEV fice ho wo'- thunderstruck w.'th tho b'g aocumulaton of mall that had arrived ovornlsht, but on close Investigation f6und a lot ot post Bourbon County cards, all bearing congratulatory messages on his birthday, vhich ho thoueht few of h's friends knew. UNEQUALLED SMOKE To end $he day fitting a big gatho ering to.f his fiends formed a party and came en masse to 4420 Wwt Chentnut hi's homo. itreet. Col. Jim Is still dozed ovqp TUtt utir CSS RESTIBII Malic TnliiWUihJ Twitll tho celebration and says that he jiTTnTg tmi HMwiatl IRBI felt a happy as any kid would over J)r. Uriah Z. Lltsi, a birthday surprise. - Feurth and Clitstnut. SURPRISE COI. JIM. 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET. Heme Made Fresh Bread, Rolls and Pastry Best of Confections. PhonaXonr Order Phone City G574 Atcbrs Twist HessssweeMsMSMse I SMOKERS ATTENTION CIGARS CIGARETTES TOBACCO OQESTERF2ED CAMELS PIEDMONT Eighteen Cents, Two for Thiry-flv- e LUOKY STRIKES SWEET CAPORAIi $1.G5 Per Carton. ' COAL - - COAL Famous Diamond Block and Rogers Bros. Block, tho Coal for Stoves and Furnace Wholesale and Retail. City 2028 South 24 CO sur-prfe- CORNS.BUNIONS Cliiryo4il AMERICAN GUT-RAT- E TOBACCO STORES Preston and Jefferson It INCORPOJUTHD 213 West EtfOBkftaBw mawCLrWdx mwmmmm itarka 687 CATHOLIC BASKETBALL BaskethaM LEAGU I iljAMES GREENE : : t v CoIIcg the three gyms and much interest manifested. Tho dark horse CALLUS FOR IIS W. Sr94wy, Sevtarllle, Xy. 'team sprung a surprise by defeating the Xavler Alumni club, ' .CoMuoted by the Xaverlan Brothers. (Incorporated) ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF "THE OLD ARMORY" and'Mackln's five won easllv against Classical, Sclenttflo and BU8lne SQUTJH SEVENTH STREET tho Knights of Columbus team, tba ,?K"rtment, Lar? uippea uysiscore boinff 26 to 7, Stammorman FOR ALL PURP06B6 AUTOMOBILE STORED AND WASHED ffljturtn.(T Mackin whMo J'mmio SPftUL AnENTIfiM TO THEATER' STGIAGE 25 CTS. Kestacky OoaepBiers Oil Ooaspaay Bro. Beajamln. Dlr, ALL HEN IN CHARGE EXPERIENCES. W10 K. of C. sar. Trinity Roh wis -- LobIwvIHc Kefltacky found Vornon ary. winning 31 to 9, 8400-IHCO- IJ JVTcklXk. BARDSTOWN. tho Vfttnon boys porform'nsr protty Market St. 415, 417 and 419 well against the veteran Trinity perDEATH AT ST. LOUIS. Mrs, Jlano Bllncoo, slxty-eiyears formers. The leaguo seams nicely balanced end somo hard fought old, widow of Dr. A. O. Blincoo, slxty-fiv- o The body of John J. Casey, on tap next week. dle'd at her homo In Bardstown on years old, formerly of Louis- contests will be Friday morning of lost week. 'She ville, who died Saturday morning at PRESIDENT HAKAHAN. is survived by nine children, Mrs. hie home In St. Louis, arrived hero Tuesday morning. Funeral services w t n.M..n v VmV ..ftroWJonn 1. xuamngiy. iouisviuo: msierwere held at St. Louis Bertrand .ifLi INCORP03U.T1KI ' t,ft nhnrivn Mary Nerincks, Pueblo, Colo.r Sischurch, of which ho Waaor many ovi OWo Ra'lwa,y Company, to a tor Mary Richards, Brlstow, Ariz.; years a most aoSVe and respected . Tvvi,in ti lmmn Mi Sister Aloyslus Mario, Webster member. Mr. OStey was born In oPor n tho I.ou'svilio and Nash- - prove. Mo.: Mrs. C. H. Boone, Bards- Mrs. Burke Smith, Fori Loulsvlllo and fornix years, was 1 Tnie railroad shops hero, while his town; n. SASH, DOORS, BLINDS AND MILLWORK. Ky. parintendent of tho American Car father J T. Harahan, was general Worth, Texas; Jack Blincoo, Colum au uunuiiuliOuisvJlle, Th Ran hftcamo suner n- - ou. """. "" mnnniMvr. vllile, and waj also prominent In the. tendoui of the Loulsvlllo division ' jo. Breoka nd A Sts. a8town. and four sLfters, Knights of Columbus hero. Ilia nriian tv,a Tiitnfl nnntrni rfliiiYni Ma. Kate Porter, St. Louis: Mr3. homo had been In St. Louis for tho Krin.if hm n ftr o. s w. in Mary David, Chicago, and Mrs. An- last four years. He Is 'survived, by icoi! t ,. v,r. ,o niotfui vina nio biaiuinK ana Airs, tuou Auacr- two daughters, M!ss Katherlno Presi'd'ent of the Er'o RaMroad. and both of Atlaate, Funeral FLOOEINQ LATHB3 SmNGLES Joseph 8 lasoy ana miss uueen uasey; a Wa luvHHnn Wnf tn tn Ron. vices Were held at St. brother, M. B. Casey, Chicago, and board Air Lino as Prosldewt. His church, Bardstown, Monday morn- AjmfWWEM uuucuo was wiumy lurBiwvi aimore), iura. iNeiuo ouoonau.anu frlands hero retrard his olovation 68 ,UB Miss Lillie Casey, iTlnclpal of tho a merit to his ability. known and had many friends in this city. Montgomery-streschool. jHcxyoroautro TRINITY COUNCIL. 1813 DECEMBER INTENTION. SILVER TEA SHOWER. On. Friday evening, December tfe. . IUt4NX, rMklMt Btud Tu txA gwttk. 17th, Trta'ity QouncIL Y. M. I., will A really delightful silver tea and fflvo a v.unaiiiuM turjooy disposal 'in -"" intention of tho prayers, tof miscellaneous shower wH bo given tho auditorium at Baxter and Mor- - !.me League 01 tne sacrea Heart lor at Nazareth College, South Fourth ton avenue. A fine turkey will bo too month of December as recom- avftnul, next Thursday afternoon Awarded as a door prize, tho admls-- menaou ny His Holiness .rope- uene-sio- n "YOU'LL mrD IT WOETE WHTJUB" froHt 2 to 6 o'clock, to which genXV. is "Christian Mortifica- being free. tlemen will be most w$kme, A TO SAT IN A Next Tuesday nlgbt the Catholic tlon," Wo were created by God to carefully arranged musical pro- Young Men's Basketball League will Praise, reverence and serve Him and i gramme will be rendered by Louis- open Its eason In Trinity Council's by T.hte means to save our soul, ville's moat distinguished talent. gymnasium, when teams renresent-- . o k endowed each of us with an , Glasses, dishes and linen, Incorporated will put iatelloct and a wilL At tho same in Trinity and Mackin ' forth averv effort, to score the first time wo have bodily senses and i On a silver bit from yea, Tfc! H0U81 Or QUALTTT AUD QUAKTITT To make the Christmas merry, teadeaees which we must keep sub victory. Variety ( Hot DMtes, PMtry, Bene Made Pk, Cmksa, MeMt ject to reason. Christian mortifica- And tell your greetiags, too. " Hon is the restraining, by the help WbkWO NEW ALBANY. ftv .TniMi v. McRari. flftv-t- r vsam ' of grace, of the impulses that may FLONZELAY QUARTETTE. 8TRBBT 4 SOUTH FOURTH iMt SOUTH FIFTH BTRBBT oW, oasof New Albany's best known make us lose God's grace or have Its Kmh Browiway . In Middle of BflMtw Wksrs Wksrs Mm wwrnesaayn ""wikd mnnu m um ouut. Loutevllle music lovers will enjoy cxiasBS. aiea earir promt wmvK rbasonabljb real fs a real treat when, tbs Flooioiay tnosning at his home at 320 Bant Quartette yriH be "heard, at Holy Fifth street. He was a member of FORTY HOURS. Waere bkia atvM kts Wbsrs Rosary AuakorJum on Thursday the Ancient Order of Hibernians and Ugbtj ssekd best; evening, December 18. For sixteen the Knights of Columbus. Besides The Forty Hears Adoration has Waere dradce is ass) - survived by five been announced for St. Patrick's years this famous organization has his widow he isYour Coat, W traveled' throughout the country un- - eons. John F.. Jr., Charles C. James church, to orsn with high mass and wasre taWI ttkt Taat's WtMSM F., Hugh C. and. Hal;'n McBarron; exposition tomorrow morning and til today it ranks among the Qalsk "QwMc string quartettes of the world. three .daughters, MIssss Nellie, Mary continuing until Tuesday. Rev. Seat for the concert will be on. sale and Caihertoe MqBarroa; a brother. Jams? P. Cronta, V. G the pastor, at Baldwin Piano Company on, and Andrew McBarron, Chicago, and a aad IVav,, Francis Martin, will direct (Qslsk Maal OsRaai" Seld, Installea aad Highly MsssaiBiSMdsd INCORFORATBD afisr , Tuesday, December A, The stetsr Mrs. Peter Fougerousse, the dally wrvloss, which will also bs quartette witl appsar uadsr the au- - LoavtUs. Funsral aervlsas wars a preparation for the proper ob 215 VTmBJ&aiw lai ; atAM a, asvu pot twwb Vh fliJ I i.n a . 111 oc toe wsoassaay Moraine I KaM w wsu wpa !lllil aa abimiu I"!. laws -- W. MARKET ST. Mate sr Otty ttnaleal Club (CBttrca. Itas parish, will bs wslsoms, kwm FocJtTjr irwnm BaUJiai was off to a flying start Tuesday Saik Pbn.-evening, w(th big crowdra present at Tho OaVioKc Leaeue yr beys m for lifett will yrp?e ttni AoMMaa :i sstsi Lace Gurtains and Linoleums; Cnrpets, Stoves and Ranges, Ber-itra- nd t. Xavlcr's BLUE GRASS GARAGE 535-37-39-- 41 Now Open For XStaetix&oa Oil and Grease .. fr S"r!ISt0'r SSffJSl1' JXJe? E.t Oity 1049 x FRED Q. JONES & CO. LUMBER W fjStWfr ANDER LUMBER aw-- -- is . ser-tr-n- m I 'arrtftw w&m r l . . - et Main .. . Doors - Sasb CO 'Broadway and ilth Standard Dairy Lunch House' IXOILLIXI OOPFSI under mom Where the Quick Meal Comes In ALL LUMBER dal naam ninitmnintftM?twifw or Skirt Tailor Drafs fore-mo- at H, E. WARD COMPANY LADIES' TAITjORJS. 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