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AMfcKLLAIN A am ra;w.',Kfa?vn PK9HU H04t (M MMN is, JHvM4vr. sr ,j 'u, ia 8ery 600 Driver an Wtcort IwkTiWtTsiicrttTraMltfl lnoorperM4 SATURDk DECEMBER 18, 1920 able-bodied PRICE PIVE CENTS. lJf, ; nearly every man In Ireland was In Jail, and treauentlv they wore given nothing to eat but wnat we members of the Irish Women's pouncll brought them. "Terence and I bad e happy unnsimas togotner, nut In FebruCabl-y'aary, 1017, he was arrested again Louisville People Subscribo Boost For Tobo Ilcrt 1r the Liberal .. THE ; and dororted to England, whore be- ' ly For Bonds of Has Fallen Very roro his release wo were married. tho Irteh ' : " ; Ho was .released, and we returned Flat. Republic ' R to Cork early In the fail. In November ho was arretted again by 'MATT" ' ""!2oEff armed police, who came to the house at 2:30 in tho morning. The Near Mayor SmKIi Can Find Many charge was wearing tho Irish Vo- Kentucky Friends of Irish Freedom Ways to Cut the High Tax Aro Loyal to President lunteers' uniform. He was soon released, and we wont into tho counRate. De Valcra. try near Cork, a remote region, where only Gaelic is spoken. The next three months was tho only time of happiness "we wore ever to Flrc-meKeystone Follcp and 'Hick" know, and the Chr'etmas oF 1917 Unanimous Foir American Associawo" the last Christmas wo ever Needless Expense to Tax- -' tion For Itccognitlon of Re-- t! Bpent together. It was Just the 'payers. , public of Ireland. sort of life he would have loved If me country naa neen normal. Terence went occasionally to Cork to attend to business of tho Irish VolSHOPPING. CROOKS OimiSTJIAS Tho monthly meeting of unteers, but managed to escapo arrest. On the first of March we of Irish Freedom In Berwent to Dubl'n together. There he trand Hall on Tuesday night was was nabbed by members of the 'G' wei.1 attended and interesting, the .., -- j ,. or stiy d'vHon of tho Royal Irish spirited talks of Rev. Patrick Constabulary. They would not toll Walsh, P. J. Dowllng, Rev. Francis winded editorial in the LoulCTille me where they were taking my hus- Martin, B. L. Talbott and Rev. John Herald and all of the nice things aSSflnnil ill f rliil llli' rs. band, but I found out afterward it O'Connor being received with apj. 4 vlMu2ff4taHiB 7 aald about Rebublican Boss Tobe jw nu Wma-CiHttpBEW- A was to a pr'son in Dublin. It was proval. Thomas J. Dolan made tho Hert at the BaEttrd flour mill din-' Iml ",0v ivflEflliAi 'l Jx K'iiiaii3ipSgBjMc'V4j a terr'blo place, utterly bare, with Groat aprClause greeted the anner, It looks like the American peoholes In the cell doors so that the nouncement of Rev. John O'Connor along . without ple will have to got At. .. u I. . I ft f occupants could be constantly under of tho result of tho Irish Republlo iu H modb. as u neniuur I was distressed to bond drive In Loulsvlllo, from which surve'Ilance. Prom "Howdy Ed' Morrow ,1(.opImi,i 'I ree throueh theso doors that many nearly $8,000 was realized. ThA the policemen every week,' voting boys were confined there, r drive closed eomo time ago, when peanut Politicians the cymbals have meet Mp Rh , ijmd wan cad my Tiusband was taken to the subscriptions were forwarded to Next day - nssure yon that you. arc safo when oeen sounuu wiu u.b Belfast, wbero he was confined for tho De Valera headquarters, and ,. Illfjji,,. hare been beat to an effort to at- - t, mii... ar0 waiklnjuP ,,cat8.. Tne mo uonus are now Being received three weeks, and then to DundaMc. zsw ifj y i V::: "Mr. Ragsdale" .referred to is none "My baby was born soon after. here. Tho subscribers aro: ;. vuo u.b other than JProf. Ragsdalo, who At Terence's request I went to Cork Hardtag tacky. But President-elec- t ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS. M teach(Jr &t ihQ dmB ft Ba, rbefore, as he said he wished the ' Owen Sullivan. if" another ,: --"- High School and nips off prychol-tox- y "J!" "" cS"iJ cniid to be born In tho city where .., i L Z uuuiiwH 51oo FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARa II would probably have to tight for polltlolansthenwelves and they K'eystono policemen. But Col. P. H. Callahan, George D. Irish freedom. As soon aj I was claritrap ottorts of fa t to that r(ch about You can guess for yourself who will 'settle the street car smile at the u bo, able I took the baby to see him in Todd, Rev. John O'Connor. ' Hart's folowors hero. Harding and safQ en th ar0 warjklng thelr raise, tax rate and othermunicipaUque&ions. prison, for I feared ho would bo deTWO HUNDRED DOLLARS. '. y i'8. frien,d3.nUI bwh.t0Trh.i?.nwlht. when ihTove3 are carrying ported .any day, and might never see Rev. Patrick Walsh, Rev. Martin planed 3 town and rId,n A t the child. On the 4th of SoMomber O'Connor, Matt O'Doherty. which went 40,000 Republtean n that',rwjai a batUng average of three he was'deported and taken-- to Lin ""- ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS. a day. As for walking automobllos o.j.ii ri. coln, where neither I uor other Qo7a lh3 Professor Isn't very ,m? beat members of his family wore per- A. Vory Rov. J. P. Cronin, JJev. J. good political critics know that ,n hJs slatemont. Moet O'Grady, Rev. P. J. Thome, Rev. muted to. see him. All my letters I- Co's majority would have been tho ex.streot car raotormen and to him were censored. Ho returned P. M. J. Rock, Rev. Robert Craney, 26,000 It not handicapped by ductors aro rldlng around m ..njv. In March, 1919. Mr. Buttorf'eld Rev. A. Reinhart, J. P. Cuddahy, Beckham and his perconally selected er3 .. burning up -- oiine at the was then Lord Mayor. Soon after-- J Thos. Walsh, Ladles' Auxiliary, D. .blot payorfl. expense. As for making committee. That i urunuu was eiecicu 10 une J. Lincoln. on Herfs, poliUcaa record that the osta that metb)d of poiCing has FIFTY DOLLARS. City Council. I did not vote, as Herald, flour mill dinner boosters bMn dlBCOnt,nued, At tho n lcc. Rov. R. Davis, Rov. F. Felten, women can not vote In Ireland un FromLoadon the press reports and the little peanut politicians turQ wo hope thQ teacher of tbo til they are thirty. aro that British regulars etoodj He was con Rev. G. W. Scbuhmann, Rev. EP. can't wipe out, at least not to the Key8tone Khooi n anflw0r if that stantly on the run all of this time, Donohoe, J. W. BIrkel, James cuard Monday ovar twisted and eatisfaotion of Harding s cabinet afeer nidnight tlcro ar0 onIy two and I l'ved at tho?home of relatives. Greene,, John Gorman, Catherine blackened ruins left by;the fire3 maerB: an awful army of converts pollco In the First district, two In He only came occasionally under McCormack, Thomas Kiegan, Corwtiicn Saturday nlgat and Sunday What ' ho and four In tM 8Wl dI(,. swept virtually unheck9d through loHchlng Story of tho Arrest and cover of darkness, and breakfast nelius McGlinchey, M. J. Corcoran, , ,i will come Into the local Democratic in was the only meal wo ever could S. J. McEllIott, Thomas Grady, P. u ,m ranks immediately after the first of mm 'w t,iM in Black and Tans' Responsible For the city of Crjc, relanet. Charges "Mwdcr of nor Martyred have together. Everywhere we went J. Horan, Rev. D. O'Sulllvan, John aro .made that mice auxiliaries the year, and their conversion will thoso distrIcls and tho po9tB they. Loss ef Llfo and. Fire he was accompanied by ajrolunteer J. Connolly, M. D., Robert J. Dolan, thorijIsMTifl. ts fir dnM' on the Husband. guard or myself, so there might be Rev. Seraphim Schlang, Rev. J. D. city., .HiWinates' 6t tfeo la.a. run as sent out Jy the. Smith admlnlstra- la Cork. Here-jU8t a f0W instances as to Kalaher, Dominican Fathers. hlgk "3.ilK,9.0.- Hours of terwitnesses If he was killed. tlon which was elected on f $ ,, . . efficient the Keystoners vere TWENTY-FIV- E poo-r- ' DOLLARS. ror wer aes't' kjr "Mayor Thomas, MacCurtaln was et form of economy and reform. Many thl8 woek A 1(tl,e whlto g!rj la r M, J. Dugan, Jos. Koenig, J. J, J during Saturday-lfebis dearest friend, and MaoCurtoln'a th ,wWest and many a rTotest has been made rared by a negro aad the police Her Description of the Sufferings of death was a great shock. The po- Barry, Mary C. Shay, Delia Power, blK increase In. asseesments,' fwwii iJbv& ttor ttroiMShout. t bai AhnnrfnntJyWwBe,-nta- t - .rfCt - Ferees JjUr -eltyi- were the majoritjruf lice came to his home early In the Robt. T. Burke, W. B. CamDboil. J. try,ng to prove that the negro a.yBMewm.CMiliiiyn'i.t r Crown Started Awfal i B. Gravav Rev. Chae.vCurraB,. Joha. the 1no1raJngrttae-h- tf lost and dispatches .declare two wife n man is not or age, and then he 10 roKisicr a. piuivBb xtci&bu. brothers named Delaney were called Koger having lost faith In securing capea after boin plac6d Jn a chn. oands wniie they tied her, and then uonneuy, James uurran, Outrage. ran up stairs "and shot him. We Nohalty, John T. Burke, Mary E. from their homes and tshottvone of a fair deal from the "reformers. dren.8 bome Hafendorfer's drug both felt that Terence was sealing Cllnes, J. G. Kennedy, P. J. DownEveryone naturally came to tho con- - Btoro robbed In sight of policemen; them fatally, Two members ot the British La his doom when he became Lord ing, D. F. Murphy, D. J. Maloney, elusion that tho raise In assessment. burpiar 8trolls leisurely away. R. with the enormous Increase it would M, culloy, 1334 Sixth; C. S. Hitch-brin- Magnificent City nail, Caracglo Li- bor delegation nowla Ireland have Only One Happy Christmas in Mar Mayor. Then camp Terence's final C. J. Cassily, M. J. Henry, M. D. telographed the Parliamentary Lamight satisfy the greedy de- - cock. of 9G1 Fourth, and Mrs. F. C. arrest. It happened at night. He Mrs. J. J. Donnelly, J. L. Spalding, ried Lifo of 'Lord Mayor was always at Ma office at City William Walsh, J. S. Spalding, B. J. bor party that they visited Cork brary and Patrick Street Remasds of the "reform" adminlstra- - Hardesty, of French Lick, all touch-tioMonday and obtained abundant evi and Wife Hall, 1 ut I think the police were too Brumlevo, M. C. Coughlin. The present tax rate of $1.08 by pickpockets. No clue or arto Ashes. duced dence that tho forces of the crown ia the highest In the history of the rOTt8; TWENTY DOLLARS. afrall of the people to arrest him In Thousand dollar robbery at daylight. The arrest came on the started the fires in that city eays city ot Louisville, and the highest Wolf Berman's, 121 East Breckin- John Ryan, J. M. O'Brien, Cath12th ot August, whllo I and the erine Powers, Mrs. the London Herald. vi any cuy mo oaiuu bi3 ut uu ridge. No cCue or arrests. C. Campbell, The country, yet near Mayor Smith now store of RIdgway, 540 West Market, The House of Commons Tuesday sea resort. Rev. F. Martin, J. M. Greene, Rev, PROPAGANDA WORKS. baby were at a neaj-b- y DAMAGES UP IN MILLIONS. passed the third reading of the ENGLISH comes forward with the Intimation cleaned out, and robberies at the Then I heard of it I hurried back. Wlllam Gausepohl, Daughors ot IsaIrish homo rulo bill after a short Tho trial was a great shock. From bella. that the rate will be raised. To homes of Mrs. Meyers, 401 East dobato, in tho course of which Lord ;he time ho arrived" in a motor lorry camouflage the proposed gouge; Broadway; John Tallon. R10 TEN DOLLARS. Dunraven reproached tho Govern a tearful plea about ham; Morris Comer, crowded with soldiers, looking pale 1300 West Michael J. Collins, Patrick MadMrs. Muriel MacSwiney, wife of and weak after three days' hunger tne scnoois neram mo money, ami Mad'son. No cluo or arrests. Drug Black and Tans and English mill' ment with having apparently cre-Higgins, J. Mi- - Harra-ga- n, martyred Lord that If the tax rato is cut the schools .tore of Wallner & Richey, 801 tary auxiliaries are charged with wed a sort of axiom In political of the appeared before theMayor of triko, I felt he would die. Tho den, PatrickShaughnessy, Michael J. Kate Cork, American krial was, ot course, a will suffer. The plea of hurting the w&A Walnut, robbed of big sunnly fires which burned to the ground sclonce that minorities must rule, IreMcDermott Patrick K. Kerrigan, on December 27 has been set as the Commissionpast Conditions in sim- with three soldiers sitting as judges. Mlaa Annie Burke, schools is the b'egest kind of bunk nf whivv n.w.1 nhiriUm, umi.. last Sunday the entire center and a this and Smithy's hand has been .called other portions ot Cork. The muni- - date when arms, ammunition and landand moving week and In the rad In a terribly short interview I had J. Ryan, Margaret J. J. Weisort, J. Blues" . while walking Kennedy, T. J. manner told X . Rflal Estate Board. hv hn .i clpal buildings, tho Carnegie LI- - explosives held by civilians In tho ple of hunted before the proceedings he said ho Garvey. the sham hy- - 8tone sqli&d who see brary and the Corn Exchange, which area under martial law In Ireland and traeic story was theircourtship knew he would be sentenced and Hunt, W.Catherine Barrett,O.Mary M. Automobile stolen at P. J. Chawk, Rev. lives. Tho story of a poensy oi ma spenomriK aanunia- - Third ana.:uthrie and one from In cover a largo area; have been con- - must be given up. to England. William Otto, Annie Otto, carried on and marriage performed Cerorted mind,' he said, 'no sen' " 'Never tratlon. Sumed by the flames, which were (front of "Tyler Hotefl Wednesday Rev. M. F. Melody, James H. Welsh, in the gloomy walls of an English HIBERNIANS ELECT. The near Mayor rtMlos to the htght All ot these and others too so hot at places that passing tram pr'son, of a hunted and harried ex- tence for me will be longer than a John Kelley, John Holland, John Estate Board Ify saying that numorous to mention, and Prof. cars were set on fire. Three civil- Real raontn." Garrafhty, Rev. H. W. Jansen. W. Tho annual election of Division istence, of midnight ra'ds, and the they mignt sugKQ- -t wners no can rtagsdale savs you are "His speech when lans were taken from their homes in Brixton Prison, pression on themade a visible lm J. Oldiges, P. LInsy, William Clegg, 4, Ancient Order of Hibernians, was final tragedy appronriatlon allotted any they are walking their beats. cut the and shot dead after the ambush of soldiers. Terence David B. Garvey, W. Nick Vaughan, That question ought to A restaurant keeper refuses to tho military. Then tho fires start- - Ueld in Bertrand Hall Monday even where brutal Groat Britain added fold them that by riehts their nasi everyone smile. For instance feed steak and mushrooms to 'the1 ed. There wore bomb explosions ing and the following were chosen: one more death to her long crlm'nal tions should be reversed, and he Jos. P. Donahue, John, L. Gruber, make twenty-eigHagan, Although history. the Board of Works ought to have Keystone pollco and they threaten and firing was also heard. .The President,' JoSr. D. Hennssy; Vice years old, Mrs. MacSwJney looks should bo trying them for their un John McGee, Mary E. McEllIott, M. Marguorito Sheeban, (awful and murderous conduct in A. saved most of their appropriation him with arrest. Early President, M. J. McDermott; Real police In populace was Delia S. Durst, John J. Ryan, Bert barely twenty. In a soft, low voice iroianu. from lart year judging from tho rot- any city can get a lunch or some place the damage at be- cording Secretary, D, J. Hines; ten condition of our streets, and; If little token from appreciative $10,000,000 and $16,000,000. nancial Secretary, T. J. Lailgan; che tcJd her story as follows: person,' he Smith, Mrs. T. Maloney, John "If were "I have been interestedi in tho said, 'II would a private dofenso, for Shaughnessy, John T, Murphy, Thos. 'a they pursue the same policy of reThe ilres extended to St. Pat- - Troasuror, John F, Burke; make no but you can hardly blamo the movement for the freedom of Ire- i do not recognize this tribunal, but Banet, Michael Conley, Frank Kinconstruction and repair this Tear restaurant, men from giving "free Edw. Bytoe; street from Cork istreet to ney, Lilly Gordon, Rose Gault, John anythe appropriation for that depart- noinifp-j-" street, and swept entire rows nel, Michael Mitchell; EwkjuIIto land ever since I can remember every as Lord Mayor I represent others. Ooady, John Coady, Thos. Keeley, to comedy cops. Misses ment can be cut to nothing. As Bomorrla and La Mutt, with a of buildings on both sides of Win- - Conimlttee, T. P. Keegan, Thomas thing tho awful poverty on Wo will show ourselves Inflexible Miss A. E. Weber, Mich O'Koefe, for the street cleaning department. theatrical company here this week. throp street, leading from St. Pat- - Walsh, F. J. Mooney, John Langan side, the deadness of Industry and until we have achieved the Integ Tho?. Hannon, V, ' - rick's street to Old George's street, and L. D. Meany. J. Llston, Mrs. L. Following the the repression I first saw as part of rity of our country and peace haa which coram under the head ot the ftmv nfnnn-.-- - a Bar-roJack Graham, As I coaru ui wurMi uiusi uu- - tnwon oskod the direction to a well known It was reported from Cork Saturday election a social session was held my dally life.England grew older I been established. The contest on Nathan, Mary Kelly, Rev. Mary Berea-hel- t, R. P. was the thief my side is not one of vengeance, but d could tell the near Mayor ttiat this hotel. parties of auxil- - with lunch, very soft drinks and realized that Keystoner replied: that Tho Wllil'am Klrley, John Klrley, department it It pursues Its present "Ladles, I'n sort of a stranger in iary cadets marched through the cigars. During thlasocial B. fc. respon8'blo for all this raiirery, and ot endurance. Those who suffer policy will got through on a dime. theso parts myself, but If you go ttreots holding up and searching spok6 on the origin of the that she had no right In our "coun- most w.Ml conquer.' It was terrible Catherino Brod Taylor, J. Bacon & A. O. H paying many a tribute to try at. all. Terence and I first met not to he able to give my husband Sons, Rose Cavonaugh, R. E. Latfey, Street cleaning has been nil this yonder three squares, over thatthar destriane and firing into the air. M. J. M. Dineen, year and the. Kentucky IrlshAmer-ica- n way about six, I think, by gosh, 7 and 8 o'clock a period 'Its long and glorious history, and at the home of a friend at Christ- anything to eat. Between Only his courage Coan, Corcoran, McNally, Thomas mas time. 1015. Wo did not challenges that departnrent to you'll hit It." The ladles followed ot Intense quiet fell on the city, but urged the members to strive for sustained mp. He was sentenced to Meohan, WilliamHubbucb, Jr., Patrick A. J. Jos. intimate friends until some two years, and was taken away that name any alleys cleaned In the his directions and landed at the 9 o'clock uniformed men be- - creased membership. The Enter-ga- n Tompkins, E. J. Langan, Lewis H. to display great activity in va- - talnment Committee announced that time after that, for ho was arrested night on a uortroyer. three years ot this administration. Salvation Army hotels There was a RIcbio, R. E. Vaughen, James T. soon after and kept In the Cork Po3?lbly because It Is named tho rumor that the colored brothers rioua parts of Cork. At some points several young ladies had been few days after he Farrell, "I arrived Moore, Anthony s nrisonfor several months. Even in was taken to a Street Cleaning Department alleys were falling out with the machine, cars were held up and pas-- cured in the Victrola popularity Brixton Prison, leav- Henehan, James P. Norton, Patrick James those days he was continually on ing the baby with friends. Dr. t come tinder Its but the sight of a; Keystone policemany votes were being am not supposed to taken out It was reported te:t . David the run, never daring to sleep In Griffith, the head phys'cian, bogged Connelly. John. Lawless, only It that's man playing pool In McNeill's col- that a number were beateu and turned 1$. now. his own home, which he shared mo to Induce my husband to eat. Welsh, Thomas McHugh, Thomas P. the case why not rechrlsten It the ored pool room this past week others placed against the wall and with his sister. He was an ardent He said there was not much danger Dignon, John, J. Dlgnan, Patrick K. ACKIN COUNCIL. Street and Alley Cleaning Depar- shows that the hard feelings don't closely questioned, but were finally republican and an officer In the ot h's dying, but that tho effect on McNally. Mrs. Richard Doyle, J. Tv tment About tho biegest Item of extend to the colored Republicans. allowed to proceed. An official reexpense tho Board of Works has had A group of traveling men laughed port ot the conflagration says that The newly elected officers of Irish Volunteers, He was very tall, his health might bo such as to have Dugan, E. L, Morlarity, Patrick Ken this year has been the purchase of hAartMy In front ot the Tyler Hotel besides the .Cork' City Hall, the Car- Mackin CouncM will be installed on with thick black hair, and I thought very serious consequences for our nealy, Frank Dugan, M. J. Hlggins, many and varied types of joker Wednesday evening when a big long, negie Library and the Corn Market, Monday evening, January 3. A fea- very handsome. From the first I chlldrev. I told him that, what- P. T. Muldoon, James M. BUrne, P. fjushers, and, the bird that has boon lank Keystoner came upth street eighteen other buildings had been ture ot the Installation ceremonies felt that wo understood each other, ever the result, I sympathized with Mary J. Cunningham, John Mcmaking sales of these Joker Kiushers In full uniform carrying a trombone, .destroyed. will be an open meeting to which though we were not ongagod until my hucband's detoTmlnatlen to bo Kennealy, J. G. McEllIott, J. G. March, 1917. At that time he was released or to die in prison. Tho EllIott, Armour McFarland, John A. and maybe street cleaners has got- one of the amused spectators saying A proclamation, declaring that Muldoon, May O'NeiL ten a big share ot our targe tax that, he had heard everywhere of "the publlo must at once realize leged to Invite their friends. After Jnterned in England, where he had rrt is a nightmare ot watching my Doyle Phil Harig, rate. The maybe street aleaners the Louisville Keystoner, but that Ireland is in a state ot war the installation a dance will be been taken, after repeated arrests, husband die slowly. He woe most Mrs. FredKelley. M.S. J. Morlarity, Al Smith, Hanw,e woro 4'fectlonafe and sympathetic, often Mary K. r,i0,n- had to have about efcht valeti, the didn't believe all of thfe tunny with forces of the BrKtefa crown" given In honor of the new officers. I "m, e, c& nah Callahan. T. J. O'Leary, Mary on raying, machine not being able to. digest stories at first. The sight of the has been issued over the signature This evening the American LerlonJ married In the English This must bo a very unin- C. Griffin, Helena C. Kennedy, . ii paner, banana reels, old rags, etc,, comedy cop dangling a hig long of the officer commanding troous ot oasKetDau team, or coryaoa, win,"""3 teresting task for you.' Only hli Morlarity, Annio E. Fltzgih-boand was mortally opposed to cigar brass trombone in one hand and the 'the Irish Republican army at Coun pkty Mackin at the club .house, when JfVllUiMrcU tU 1119 A1U3U rau,MA"u. courage sustained me. his sister and DanielJohn Morlarity. N. N. Murphy, which he. was constantly teachlne my brother-in-labutts, the tire department heing club In the other was convincing. ty Mooaghaa. The iproclamatjoa, an exciting game to promised, kept conme. I am now quite prof ic'ent. and stant watch. Toward who end ho be- Mary Corocoran, J. J. Sullivan, John called out to extinguish the tire which eets forth that armed gangs the T. 8hoUy. William B. Doherty. M. D., am entitled to wear this gold ring." came delirious, and then every a cigar butt was swalBELGIUM AIDS IRELAND. WILL PRACTICE IIERK. in County Monaghan have been atthe forciShe showed a email gold hand ble feeding began, which was agony F. R. McHugh. Elizabeth Baynes, lowed. That type of machine was tacking and murdering inoffensive R, A. Baynes, Catherine Conway, J. . The Catholic hierarchy of Bel- thrown lo' the scrap heap recently Dr. J. W. Fowler, formerly Super- citiaens, says bhat "while we extend ?!! rr?m peowe can speaK In h's conso.'ous moments. I am J. Barrett & Son, John Bolder, Ed When l, the hand ot friendship and the joker flusher, another cost- intendent of the Louisville CKy to all Irish- glum has sent a collective letter tol sure the British though we would M. Caffrey, Anastasla Walsh, Lilly venture, Is now the rage. The dsetaring that.01' thy wear this ring as en fn- - break down and that would break has recently returned from men, murder gangs and their guides the Irish B!sher lian Trudeau, John M. Green, John uu never luunw ii joker throws the dirt up on the New York and will make this city and Informers shall be summarily EetgiHiB clergy shares, la the an- B., Easter Mm down and force him to end the M. Green, Richard Burns, n his home. pavement every night for the He will resume the, prac- dealt with." The proclamation fur- gufch and uneonquerable hope of'othr JEI'ti. After nan re- rlke.. He often told ms that thore SuKlvan. Patrick Heselon. Daniel V. W. and bu1nee men to sweep tice of medicine, but will confine hte ther explains recent raidt for arms man uatnoucs, ana announc'ng a fKK in iv in, BiwiouKu ne te nothing in the theory that hun- Dolan, James HIckey, J. P. Flynn, services to the treatment of genito- carried out In County Monaghan hy subscription for them. The Biahovs mained quietly in Cork, Terence was ger ! not painful after the first ten off in the morning. arrested with, thousands ot other days ot a strike. He said he want-s- d John 0. O'Shea, James A. Kilker, Another Item of exnenee that urinary diseases. During the war stating they wars ordered In antici- of Belgium personally gave 21,000 young mn and kent In prison from could be ent very readily and on nr. Fowler was Suneriwtendeot of pation ef a similar order by the traaes. was John A. Sullivan, Daniel E. Sullifood all the time. Eaeter till Ghrls'mna. Ho and others brought constantly, but Foodwould van, Michael Coleman, R. E. Sullithat will reduce the tax Tate la the the Long Island College Hospital in British Government. he van, M. D.. Edw. J. Wolfe, J. L. were taken to Wakefield prison In never touch it. and police and tire lrartmets. It Is New York City, earing for the sick Monday the Associated reCATJIOLTC KNIGHTS. Knrland. Many men .were kept In not urge h'm to, of course I could Manalon, Margaret Sheohaa, Thos. unjust for the taxpayers to pay for and woundad of the army and navy ported that more than 300 Prw buildings The Kentucky 8t4 CeueeU. s, Driecoll. M. A. "Joyce. Mary fire protection when the department who were brought kt6 the harbar were said to havs been destroyed In the Cwtholie Knight of Amerfekf solitary confinement and deprived "On before h's T. D. Claire, Edw, Sheenaa, and news from home, un- noticed Saturday and terrible death I to manned by, a lot'ef "hkks" who or jwr totk. H'g, otrwe ts at tihs fires which laid wwate a great will held Its next eonvimtiori In Lex of book chemee a new Byrne?. til they west mad. An find the fire plugs to sart weal 'walnut atrset, where he is Mrt of Cork eHy. Mest p( the fires ington. President WttUam L.We!t iaaee, a Maa with a wife aeouaint- - in his fase.- He eeuhl sot speak, P. J. R. Patty.Mary Msnnlen.MsDer-- ri , Edward J. and fivo Miftrty first by, wet iuc. Valwa hy tils aaay with ha4 beea exttoKBlsffsd. but there wl hue set leptMhr avU c snare, wae a parUeawrly ma matt. T.. E. tlanrahaa, BrWe Ceadr, fete a' lira, th rwmlt hfteg golr oaw ser (CeaUaaet a Fifth Paae.) Mary Ceaiy. Mrs. A, J. XJeaaras, p wnuk. MM tut sort. At that REPUBLICAN et nt ... il I ! ""1 i very big or little lire only the ground has boon saved. Recently the Board of Safety started a drive to force., out of the fire department every fireman that bad committed the crime of registering as a Democrat. Veteran firemen who had stayed in the service on the promise of Smith, Thatcher, Johnson and Selllgman that they Would not. be harassed for political reasons, are now forced Into resigning, by being moved rom house to house until In desperation they quit. One fireman, formerly Cap-taof the No. 7 engine company before It obtained Ma wrecking reputation, was moved seven tlniej In two weeks, sometimes meeting coming back from bis last station. With the present service' Smith can cut the tax rate, "but it ever a real fire is started hore the Burning of Moscow and the Last Days of Pompoil will look like a popping match In comparii.on. But the real chance to save and where 'the appropriation can be cut to the bone Is in the police department. Before citing how one cm save read the following from, the Loulsvlllo Herald of Wednesday morning, and if you don't laugh uuu uwtriuy wuy juur uigesiiuu H ,d , de9Crib, a we,fare m0t. . Womn?,a ..A, ninh .. v- "O "Mr. Rngsdalo paid a hlgli tribute to Chief of Police Petty, whose re organization of tho police force ho mid Is admirable. The school for policemen, .conducted by Mr. Rags-ne- t. , in hlm-peOf HONOR ROLL ir',;fV:: THREd'RDSMEN '" K "s ?A X 1 MtMm- HHB 1 N the-Frlond- w ... m "'' -- '- fiv V,?lnA?""u, "'""" r'rT't.ri JBHT'liiih,. b; r' .fc,BF"' &mmw.i 'w&Mvmwi w$JWSg& "'" 22cyj . , , - -- ." i 'B rithe!r mM con-ov- er it gn IRELAND . M DC IflllvJ lTltJTllltLl M'QWIWFV I pf, B ", o-f- i. ha -- . Plat-ho- w . s' uii.uiu : es-ral- ee ?. r , , - t, te - Cs-r- .- - -- hoM-tip-he- g, n. tm-ou- .. l'c court-martia- l, -- -- " Ack-erma- n, . nt. ht panic-stricke- es -. Fl-twe- cltl-zon- s, Ser-rlck- I gcant-at-Arm- s, Senti-Mayl- or K7vt-of-.n.- newly-arrive- bo-co- In-ne- ar ee-tra- m con-seng- and-'tba- jHrisd-ction- wwuw n, w, le Hoe-nlta- house-hnlde- "'?"", in Set-necK- Cam-mtaff- aijiy Huh-fea- - -- ut 1 N V . '. . yw A i ,.tj r- M- &&'? f'f'&i JtfarV&OKTSr AAAAAAAAAAAAAATHHTiHJHHri;A JJEfcXJEI A2EmJi2AJ&. We Are Asked Daily When Can Clothing J Be Bought For .8 iVVVVVVVYyyvyVVVVVVYVVVVyyVVV: $ GIVE HIM A V. & H Lower Prices? When you can buy a bushel of wheat at 75c to $1. When you can get a daily paper for one cent. When you can get a good meal for 25c. When yon can get labor for $2 per day When you can see a good picture show for 10c When bread sells for 5c a loaf. Whan you cn get a hve for 10c. When yeu can get a five room flat for $20 per month. v When gasoline sells for 11 cents per gallon SPEED PORTLAND CEMENT II IHflT GAP GLOVES OR AN ORDER J We Can Then Sell t ) Suits and Overcoats at $25 to $50, but we are selling them for less now, and you will not see them again as cheap as they are now till you see the above take place. We are selling merchandise now for less than the cost of production. FOR XiyiAS VENHOFF & HILLEN THRBB STORES 228 W. Market, 43 4 W. Market, Pourth and Chestnut a- - 3 CUNNING LEWIS & BROTZGE EXCLUSIVE CLOTHES SHOP yVVMyVVVVVVi "HIKE TO Gifts For AH NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON 11 IS BEING USED EXTENSIVELY BY ALL RAILROADS IN THIS Do You Believe in Protecting Your ea4444444iHHg HflCKT at Hardware Headquarters. Shop Early! SECTION OF THE COUNTRY, AS WELL AS THE UNITED, STATES GOVERNMENT. ramify.' T9 f0ae AAAAAkk " AAA AAA 1 J Here at Heick's you will find just what you want Christmas giving. Our stock is an inspiration to the Christmas shopper every department is full of fine suggestions. Come to headquarters now, make your selections while the lines are complete and in advance of the reguler Christmas crowds. VISIT HEICK'S HAPPYLAND TOYS GALORE ON THE SECOND FLOOR Bring the "kiddies" with you and visit our king dom of toys. Prompt, courteous service and free delivery to all parts of the city. Fall in, Christmas shoppers! Hike to Heick's! SRECIFY "SPEED" AND GET THE BEST i S out. WHAT KIND OP A HUSBAND AND FATHER ARE YOU? It tho right kind, act now when you can, for tomorrow may never como to you. A Life Insurance Policy will take your placo in providing protection for your lovod ones whou you aro called away. Let us show you the comparatively small cost. "Telephone tho Company and our Agent will take pleasuro in explaining the cost of tho different kinds of policies. You will of course answer the question "Yes," but what hare yo done toward carrying out your good intentions and your Idea of your duty to your wife and littlo onesT Good Intentions are all right rhen acted upon, but If not carried into effect, they will sot buy the necessaries of life for your lovod ones when you are dead and gone. Many a widow and orphan are today suffering as the result of the carelessness and procrastination of the husband and father whose intentions were good, but who failed to carry them Commonwealth Life Insurance Co. NEW HOME OFFICE 0 SOUTH FIFTH ST. LOUISVILLE, EX. 106-11- MANUFACTURED BY Home Phones, City 8120-812- 1 Cumb. Phone, Main 383 LOUISVILLE CEMENT COMPANY r J. D. POWERS, President. DARWIN W. JOHNSON, Secretary and Treasurer. I. SMITH HOMANS, Assistant Secretary and Actuary. LOUIS O. RUSSELL, Managor Industrial Department. HENRY HEICK xjrcope-u.xs- HARDWARE B CO. 322 West Market St, Louisville, Ky LOUISVILLE SPEED BUILDING KENTUCKY Protection and Satisfaction i When you know that your bank is sound, with ample resources and well managed, you are fully protected. With personal and courteous attention added, you are satisfied. We pride ourselves on these four things and invite you to do your banking with us. Your Boy Would Like A "BIKE" For Christmas Every boy longs or a bicycle, and Christmas is tffe ideal time to present him with this beneficial gift which he can enjoy throughout the year. CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS. noiue Phono City 2710 SERVES DOUBLE PURPOS7. Of count) it was to .be expected that the British press agents would attribute the burning of the Llver-lo- Fine Guaranteed Juvenile Bicycles $42.50 and $47.50 Full Size Wheels; G. & J. Equipment. . .$58.50 to $63.50 'Columbia, the Quality Bicycle (Juvenile) $54.00 Columbia Motorlike; .with Tank; G. & J. Equipment. Any boy would be almost tickled to death to see one of these among his presents; price $73.85 Come in and Mahe a Deposit On Any Wheel hcuy 1 erms. Visit Sutcliffe's FREE 92 Page Toy Department Xn&s Catalog! cJ UTGLIFFE iO I fti&f 2 2O0UTH STORE. I FOURJH AVEr BRANCH NCO KPORATCD STARKS ELDGr ohlldron, young girl? and sailors. Christmas stocking custom arose as follows: It seems that St Nicholas, who was tho ArchbiBhop pf Myra, ErVed In the same town with an Impoverished nobleman who beraaico he had no portions to give Ws dauehtoro, and Indeed no means wjth which to to sell Ruoport thorn, was about them. Into'h life of sin. SU Nicholas, who was accustomed to d'snenso his larsre fortune in gifts of charity, to rescue the younsj women. As Tio onnroached tbelr houno wondering how ho should nroeed. tho moon shone out and displayed an Instaniily St. Nichoonen window. las throw a nurse of gold In at ho window, which, falling otvthe feet he of the father drla enabled h'rn to Ttortion Wa oldest danehter. The second time St. Nicholas vis'ted the house lio alo wag able to throw a mirso of gold throuch tin open widow, thunj prov'dlne for the of the second daughter. On the fhtnl vWt tho father, watching for It's .benefactor, cast blnelf at tho feet of tho paint and cr'ed: "Oh. St. Nicholas, servant of God, whv seek to h'de thyself?" Th.e saint made the tether prora-Tho of-tm Christmas stockings ia.ve com down to us from too good St. Nicholas, who was a, saint of tho fourth, century of .tho Christian era and wag torn December 6, 342, In Lycia, Asia Minor. He was regard ed as especially the .patron saint of mi jwr-M- on 'YOU'LL rfMD IT WORTH WHILE ' TO BAT IN A. Standard Dairy Lunch House Incorporated TMX Variety ef 1 KOUSI OF QUALITY AMD QUANTITY eaeaeaeeeeeee W SOUTH la KMdle of gqaare PMCW RKASONABLE Tuii.i.vvni M4 FIFTH STRK8X list Dtebefl, Pastry, Heme Made Pies, Cakea, Meat n rt 0 v o v SOUTH FOURTH 8TRKBT J Near Broadway PROMPT SBR7ICB Prom th's habit' of bestowing gifts in Tecret and under the cloak of nleht arose tho practfco of putting out shoes or Stockings for the jv nneer members of the family, o that the good paint would be able to till thm without being snied on. At on time It was the custom for pountr women pupils n convenitsi on the oyen of Sa'nt Nicholas to hang the'r now silk Btocklnes on tho door of the apartment of the abbprs. They would also wrMo notpa rau'n,? the attention ot the good St. Nicholas to tltelr Btockingsu In fho morn.tn wfce nen the convent not oae foame for the aroee jthey lavartebly foand their ntocklngs tilled with sweetmeats. , ho-lv- s not to (reveal h's benetecUons. id TallorYour Coat, DrM or Skirt " PLXAgnra WILL individuality psiT ROME. J.HU H. EL WARD COMPANY INCORPORATED : if Kt SADIES' TAILORS vomem Armaim Jeate'ar 2. ONr ymkm . Most Rev. Patrick J. Hayes will leave shortly after ChrHB for to Foee aa official Fnie for aeeairaln-- to vlaltaaaotie-itwBwwW-etan Willi made in Tw Yorlr. rake ytiafk Mw tea aroaaad at .tee Tafer'a Tm aaUeeMow. waMh . wt ad Q w tp. " John ir. Lcntheri, Prraldrnt. value of the pound sterling and' Itlcluird Ilenn, Active Vice I'm. En gland 'si credit Now we tTo not Thruaton Ilnllnrd, Vice I'rfa. hesitate to say that Sinn Fein had Hen C. Wener, Vice rrca. AT AN HUSH CRIB. nothing whatever to do with the fire. Tho property af A National Bank Has United .BJSRfDtiullDiriG! Forenlnst the crib there kneels a btg Liverpool and Unionists Engl'shmen in States Government Supervision. little child, W1- I never at any Behind him in her ragged shawl time beenIreland hasfrom Sinn Fetn, In danger his mother, IMHISI 'Jp tes For all the ages that have paaffed tify. the" TTalon.'wtra tbftmlv Indeed tho destruction of one child property in Ireland seems to be the Still finds God In another. prerogative of the British garrison, HOME PHONE 3161 how he wonders when wli'ch have already given to tho JJaw, look-flames over a hundred creameries ho sees oulsMe of Ulster A The sheriherds with .their lambs and factoriesfor the forces of "Law fine record bealde the manger. The cattle, poor dumb creatures, and Order," Isn't ltT Tho Liverpool catastrophe thereforo must have looking down pome other source than Sinn Fein. Upon, the little stranger. The .point that tho British press An' ithere's our Savior lying in the agents took good care to Ignore was that for three months the cotton hay, Behind Him in her shawl his Bplnners of Liverpool and Manches ter have been out of work through watchful mother: while the mill owners Two mothers with their fons each the closing,profiteering on have been the stock know the Joys ML of cotton textiles which they had on And Borrows of the other. hand, and incidentally using the down to disrupt The father kneels away there by shut unions. of tho mills hands have the These mill the door. of their LOUISVILLE, KY. The bands she clasps In prayer made no secret tho arrest Bolshevik 323 W-- . LIBERTY ST. principles, and and senare rough with labor; tencing to a long term of ImprisonThe likes 'of him that hunger and ment of Col. Malone, an English that toll Once called St. Joseph's neighbor. member of Parliament,, because of HARVEY-JELLICa Bolshevik speech he nade during O his campaign for seat the Outside 4ie church the people tuavel Houee of Commons,a has notInserved by, (XNCOXPORATBD) the mlllwork-iTho sick and sad, the needy, the to allay the unrest ofobtained a very Bolshevism has segleeted; strong foothold in England, hence It m The Coatpuny With the Coal and th Service. Bat Just roes the thjeaBold may not be unreasonable to suppose lies, that If the Liverpool fire was not Yards located at Fifteenth and Magnolia. Yard.at First and A. Where ssae will be rejected. duo to accident, it bad Its orJgta in W. M. Lett. Yard and Elevator, Pope and Payne Streets. the despair and suffering of the unBeth Phones at All '(arils. fortunate victim of the mill own-er- a' WOyDBrWI OF AMERICA. reed tor usurious .profits. the men or the Bolshevik faltlr among 'Niagara. Palis. the mlllworken. At any rate, one YaUowdtone Park. thing Is reasonably certain, and that Mammoth Cave. a that Sinn liothlag to do Caaeaa aad Garden, of the Gods. with the big Fein had fire. Liverpool CaUeoraia. The Giant Trees of . The NettmU Brloc. HKP CENTENNIAL FUND. The Yoeemlta Valley. ri The KnJghtet of CoVumbu of TH COFPJW POT. have pledged theHweVf to rata $2&6.eoe foe e Ceaaam1l 4t k. te weto, bell a Mttee borax aadowmeat Faad at Ike t' Lewis PHON CITY 3767 619 W. BROADWAY a st ac jeaac oass a Hreetra ...JEWELER.... cotton warehouses to the Sinn Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Folncrs and their sympathizers In the big English port. This serves a double purpose. First It tends to Silverware, Etc. d'srcd'it of Fine Watch Repairing and the world,Sinn Foin in Itthe oyo-- atand second, di'verts tention from internal conditions In Adjusting. England, wh'ch. 1f thoy were fuWy known have 306 W. MARKET STREET lowering would further tho effect of still the exchange ol R. BAUDE 0h i - wmwttimw Sgtfej Louisville National Banking Company LOUISVILLE, KY. iaHHi AL. KOLB'S "!, JCr COAL CO. m. Beth-lehe- TH0S. J. BR0CAR Mte-saa- Automobile Repairing Tires' Accessories Tubes - - j - i . t ( 1 t Y k. 'if Si.." t w , -- n. t atJsrcTiTOBrxr xveieiix ambmoaj. MACARONI EGG NOODLES I SPAGHETTI LEWIS DOUGLAS MORTON s " Wifo mens furnishings) A. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. i PENDENNIS 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. Inc $408 W.MARKET ST.gS XWUISVILLE' Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and di API.VU Oldest Bank in the State. .J Huber Hand Stoker ; Drs. Harrison and Strassburg Wo Use ' Wo Make a Snocinltv of All rtrnnniina aI r..4t, All Modern Appliances in the Elimination of Paha. National BanK of KentucKy PIFTH AND MAIN STREET. 25 Per Cent Coal Saving Phono City 4C03 Phono City 4503 Combustion Engineering e LEWIS DOUGLAS MORTON , OERtelS DOUBLE-DAR- K and , HUBER HAND STOKER 25 PER CENT. COAL SAVING. Combustion Engineering and Furnace Repairing City 8381 521-2- 3 Furnace Repairing 523 Court Place. MAIN 38 CITY 38 , v, Louisville, Kentucky COURT PLACE Main 1050 The Drink that Leaves a Pleasant Memor THB) OBRTEI CO. INCORPORATED LODISVILLIS, KENTUCKY. Also Makers of Ouriels Dnrk and Oertels Light. THE JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED -- WM.P. BANNON 'PLASTERER HOOVER Electric Suction Sweeper IT BEATS AS IT SWEEPS AS IT CLEANS stabllshed 1820 - Louisville, Rj BROOK AND BLOOM OFFIOB OUTFITTERS City 8380 Curab. 8. 164 PRtNTHlU BTATIONKRS STORAGE OP AUTOMOBELES NIGnT AND DAY. . OONTBAGTINa pared for emergencies of that kind it has trained several men to take the place of each leader who may be removed. He to preparing prisons for ten thousand men whom he threatens to arrest, but he will have to do much more before ho has disposed of Sinn Fein. AMERICA'S InoticeiI i Shoup Optical Co. Has Removed To 1 aVAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA NEW O. T. COAL YARD COAL CO. S. Clny and Fulton Streets. High Grade Coal at tho very lowest prices. Give us City 4489; Muin IOCS Hob Phone, City 4300 Cumb. Phone, Main 3580-- A 11 trial. riONEKRS. Joseph Hubbuch Sr. & Son Dealers in GLOBB SECURITY tk LOAN OO la corporate. A. Lazar, Manager General Repair Work, Cleaning aad Money Advanced oa Yoar Plata Dm Polishing. 812 West Jefferson Street Kentucky-Indian- a Automotive Co. (Second Fleor) Broadway at First. Homo Tel. 3063 Home Phone City 2967. ghees For Ercry Member ot the Family Home Phono 3906 FRED FE8GE & SON AD B UNION SHOBS AND SLIPPERS 431 BAST MARKET STREET M LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUOKT BBS POOLKY FOR MONBY. Loans to those having regular or salary, with no publicity r red tape. Loans to housekeeper! a their personal security. F. R, POOLKY, Building Bsam 1, Courier-Journ410 S. Fourth Street. al Home Phone, Shawnee 803 PARRAKEET Hiersiwatsr & Grocery Company ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING , Incorporated Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted FOR THB BENEFIT OF TOUR Asphalt Shingles a Spoecialty KIDNEYS DRINK PARRAKEET MINERAL WATER 9011 WEST' BROADWAY HENRY GOSS Parkway 4 OS THE H. W. DUBISE INTER-SOUTHER- & CO. , FINANCIAL SERVICE B. F. MARKIIAM, 466-7-- Mgr. BLDG. MFG. CO. Incorporated STXEL'AND IRON WORKERS 1612 WEST MAIN STREET ' Home Phono, City 577 LOUISVILLE, KY. BHEPPARD 8 N DEAD ANIMALS HIGHEST CASH Steam Forglngs and Fire Escape Apparatus Our Specialty JOHN B. O'LEARY Heaaquarters or OO. PRICE8 PAID Phone City Call Home Comb. Phone Main 721. LOUISVILLE RENDERING T. E. Yann Dairy Co. Incorporated 806-51- 721; CITY AND FARM PROPBRTY See us about anything la real OO. state. We sell, buy and rent. 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Some Phone City 4464 R. JL XCrspp Cfcaa. 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. Home Phone, City 7005 8. Zrapp Both Pboaes 4202 Both Phones 2406 KRAPP'S MEAT MARKET beep, roar, vsax axd Wholesale and Retail xBases REUTLINGER & CO. Adolph Reutllnger All SUaa of rnoksl Meats SOS EAST JEFFERSON STREET JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURH MOVING AND PAOKIMO &SO FIRE INSURANCE LIABILITY ANti PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET TORNADO, Cathollc school children will be interacted to know how many familiar personages in American history professed tho same faith as they do. Christopher Columbua. a Catholic, Is the marvelous link in the chain 230 WEST JEFFERSON ot itime which connects tho history Main 113 of tho old world with tho new. City 985 John do la Coea, a Catholtc was a famous companion ot Columbus. He acted as hit? pilot. Amerlcus Vespucci, from whom America accidentally received her iB6B6B6B6B6B6B6B6B6B6B6BH name, was a Catholic lW The discoverer of tho Pacific I jJaaaaaaaaaaaaaaasB6B6B6H ocean was a Catholic, the renowned fp Vasco de Barboa. FRED. C'LOEMKERf The discoverer of Florida, John Ponce do Leon, waa a member of the eame faith. FOURTH AND O STS Tho Admiral ot the fleet that first eaUed around the, world, and the discoverer ot the straits which THE VERY BEST beara hte name, waa a Catholic, Ferdhmud Magellan. Tho d'neoverer of tho AtJantto States of this republic was John de Verranri, a Catholic. Ho coasted along tho store from a point not far from Wilmington, in, North SOFT DRINKS Carolina, as far north as Newfoundland. The discoverer of California and conquerer of Mexico was a Catholic, Fernando Cortes. The first missionary of tho Huron wa John de Breboeuf. Jesuit. START IKE THIS MNTH WITH THC The first missionary in Maryland waii Rev. Andrew WhVe, Jesuit. Louisville Bank Tho discoverer of the upper and first explorer of that Foarth and Central Avenue river was tho Jesuit, James Marquette. The Ohio river was first discovered by De la Solle. a Catholic. The lirst Catholic Governor of Now York was Thomas Dongan, am Hfe commlatlon bears Irishman. Famous Diamond Block and date of September' 30, 1682. Rogers Bros. Block, tlio Coal Tho founder of San Francisco waa lor Stoves and Furnace. the Catholic missionary, Junlpero Serra, a Franciscan. Wholesale and Retail. The commander of tho cavalrv in City 2028 South 2400 the Revolutionary war was Stephen Movlan, a Catholic. The founder of tho American navy was John Barry, a Catholic. Tho first newspaper In America that gave accurato reports of the We Bay Rags, Scrap Iron, Metals, legislative debates was established Rubber and Paper Stock by Matthew Carey, a Catholic. He wan tho "Father of the Protective LOUISVILLE WASTE Tariff." MATERIAL 00. Thomas Fltzslmmona, Pennsylvania's signer of the Declaration of 90L008 WEST JEFFERSON ST. Independence, was a Catholic. Chartos Carroll, of Oarrollton, Home Phone, City 1109 LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY whoso signature on the eame document bespeaks sterling courage and unselfish patriotism, waa a Catho- Mil TW fjEssii$ SHOCK ABSORBERS -- Tafel Electric Co. 311 Guthrie St. I th for WALL PAPER AND BUGS 1126-112- Speed Building. Its year beys aa dootlo FALLS CITY HALL BLDG.. 8 WEST MARKET ST. X. O cFori KY. Tvtn T orFrmtaniRtor dot Cart. Commtf il Slntlon ami Mbcrly Main 5473 HASSLER SALES CO. I'honc A JT,S pzBf llfl taat will oaal Property at lowest On IPnrBitnra. ni&wAnA ufl .n.. v. Bate la City City 2712 PEOPLE'S PBOVZOSITX ASSOCIATION THE SISTERS OF CHARITY NAZARETH Announce the Opening ot OF TL6B6B6B6B6B6B6B6B6B6B6B6B6B6B6B6B6B6B6B6B6B6B6H Incorporated SO InOT.RMAV niTTT.TTWra 1U W. XreaAwayt X.olr?Ul, Sty. 8. B. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers. Classical, Sclentlflo aad Business BETTER SHOES FOR Courses, Preparatory Department. larse i. Swlraralap Pool, Well Equipped LESS MONEY Terms moderate. Bro. Beajamln, Dlr. Qyta-aaslua- St. Xavlcr's Co!Itg NAZARETH COLLEGE 851 SOUTH FOURTH STREET LOUISVILLE, KY. Call SPALDING SHOE CO. Out ot the High Rent District For Further Information Presentation Academy at EPPING'S KZWafjKr.1 lltjV UmWtB.lCj. Vr far kM IOssfr(J otefae tUaa owl wte Urn to to Uk t CP.BarnetaiCs, EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. Open Evenings Until Nine O'clock Cumb., Main 490 B DR. A. H. EDWARDS EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT GLASSES ADJUSTED SUITE 218 FRANCIS BUILDING FOURTH AND CHESTNUT STS. Phone City 4720 Hours 9 to 5, 7 to 8 p, m Home, City 4990 fj PALACE CLEANERS & DYERS Incorporated EXPERT CLEANERS AND GENTLEMEN'S Weekly Savings Club South ' FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N. W. OF LADIES' WEARING Mte-a'aslp- pi APPAREL ARTHUR H. ROHMANN, Manager S. W. Cor. Third and Walnut St. City 866 Xark Salsa, Pre.. j. o. Joyous, sec aad Trsaa L. GRAUMAN OO. Incorporated T3.al.rs tors Corner Fourth and Jefferson 412-W West 866 ters, COAL - - COAL Some Phone, City 7804 Cumb. Phone, West Oscar Farmer & Sons City Elevator and Warehouse Hay, Grain and Feeds The Home of "Quality Feeds" 128 N. FOURTH ST. AND 218 N. FIFTEENTH ST. Complete Line of Serviceable Ossos, Coaatsrs, aelrlss;, Eta. BIO WEST aCAZX STBJUTS Home Phone, City UK Chow Sa All rinds of am aas nxtnr.s, Barn, cssn Bols- Frank Hariman & Sons HOUSE POINTERS AND DE0OBATOBS 1800 WEST MARKET STREET ' JOHN ASSENT PIANO TUNER 1020 EAST BURNETT AVENUE Home Phone, City 8398 City 6910 Residence Phone Shawnee 122-- J CORNS.BUNIONS toemrhf IS!.-'V,. SCHOOL SHOES Open Evenings Until Nine O'clock Res., Shawnee Incorporated 1883-- L tta Wnsl Or. HH StlttfltHj Sullivan Transfer Co. GENERAL TRANSPORTATION, TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND TrutM West 1S Shawnee 1986 LONG DI8TANOH nAULINQ South Tweaty-fUst- a M. Watch Crystals Fitted 90c Watch aad Jewelry Repairing lic. K8Ecw Safc:4SK mmmimsmtm 3sjaaasai i aji The Radius Jewelry 408 SOUTH Shop KLBOSSEfcSON Funeral Directors LOUIS SCHERRY DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS FOURTH AVE. Next to Hex Theater Opea Evenings Until 9 P. M. . his eulogy was delivered by Cardinal Gibbons. De Soto, a Catholic, conquered first charter for tho city of Chicago, was a Catholic ' Gen. Sher'dan was a Catholic and Florida and discovered the lower Gem. Jameb Shields, who obtained-th- Uriah Z. Litsiy EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. Chirvpedisl "UAYRIDE PARTIES" 507 1129 WEST MAIN STIUSET Starka M. BUCKNER BHilsUaB e Both Pfao.-e- c WHOLESALE TOBACCONIST BAMBLY DUOS. SHOE STORBtJ Spalding Shoe Co. J. V.4 CALL US FOR 000 WEST MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KENTUCKT All Kinds of Footwear For the Whole Family Two HAMBLY'S JCth and Portland. 18th and Magazine Oil and Grease .. FOR ALL PURPOSBS Keatacky Consumers Oil Oespaaf Loalsville Keatacky SEASON. Stores Shaw. 171 City 7164 v"i Thirty-tw- o h The discoverers of the main land ,Many ot our most familiar of North (America were the CathoSHOE REPAIRING Telephone 1022 1600 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET Christmas games have a heathen lics. John and Sebastian Cabot. The founder of the oldest city in origin and some ot their require. Between Hill and Shlpp OOO ments onco played a most Impor- the Unltod States St. Augustine, tant part in the heathen rites and Fla. was Peter Melondez, & Catho-Wmysteries. Every one knows how, The Catholic, Sir George Calvert when, playing the popular Christ(Lord Baltimore), was the founder mas game of all of Maryland. other lights in. tho room are extinThe discoverer of Lake Huron guished while we try to snatch was the raisins from blazing brandy, but Caron, O. Catholic monk, Joseph Le S. F. probably few are awaro that the 1529 WEST MARKET STREET Quebec and disThe ancient Druids were accustomed to coverer founder ot Chamiplaln and worship, dn a temple otherwise Ontario of LakesCatholic, Samuel de waa dark, a flame of burning spirits into Cbatnpkvin. the which "they cast and out of which The missionary of the Iroquois they plucked certain sacred objects, was the Jesuit, Isaac Joguea. and that they thus performed come of the most awful solemnities o WISCONSIN CAMPAIGN. HOMKPHOMSSS .CUMBERLAND MAIN 371.y their religion. " sT aVa a j rfc Archbishop Messmer, of Milwau) TACTICAL BLUNDER. Im I kee, baa announced a campaign to M. M. AfeVri KJ i to be uaed in car The arrest of Arthur Griffith, raise S5.000.000 rying on and developing the C&thc Vice President of the Irish Repub- ac cnarKiee 01 WJaconam aoo in enlic, is rogarded by those friendly to larging the provincial seminary .of Lloyd George aa a tactical blunder. St Francja de Sale?. The campaign Arthur Griffith has always been win be opened next February and looked upon as a moderate man, wltt cover the diocese of Milwau one who would be ready to listen sto kee, Green Bay and La CroMe. In &SBS reason provided it did not Involve tihaee (Moeeeeg there are twenty. the sacritlee of his repubHcaa prin- Catholic iaatKitUoaa' which wlM be ciples. But perhaps Lloyd George benefited by the auccewrfiii leave ot the campaign. kt ntaoaiaa-- another "KUmate-haMl. treaty" to have. Us face. If that be V no 3m must be preparing to make TUB RAINBOW JTXHONA." ronoeeeions wfeiclt would" make the The dramatic crrete ot 91. teal of alt the dead and gone BrKlafe jolUiciaas tarn to. their CoHooerattre: Clb wilt pregraves. IE on the ofcber hand he sent "The Rasabow Klaaoaa" at St. bwaalHt that with the arrest otHbe Ofcartas Kail, Tweaty aad mnA ISmhrnlmmr Ma Feat leader thalr organist-n- o Cliaecavt sjtteta, aa Mea4ay eva-iwW eol)as. he ia vary huh aaat ear h- Dsamrtiw XT, mtetakeav lor ta Tela has pre- - iag mmy wtfea and Embalmers. UNION MADE WORK SHOES, PANTS, OVERALLS MOLDERS' SHOES ORIGIN OF GAMES. Mlfslsslppl. The dfe'soverer ot Lower Canada and the river of St. Lawrence was James Car.tler, a Catholic. It Years Ought To Be Sufficient Guarantee For My Knowledge and Integrity It's Fpr Bale Give Me a Call NATIONAL HATTEB1 325 WEST JEFFERSON STRJtaTT. PINE VARBLE REALTOR AND AUCTIONEER TRUST BLDG. 214 LOUISVILLE BROADWAY CIHUSTMAS Both Phones DYERS AND CLEANERS CALL FOR AND DEUVHB Home Phone, City 1931 ' , c. THOMAS KEEN AN w a-- "snafi-dragon- ," I I WVWWtWVt.VMVMilVVVV1VVlWVVVW LralIl FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. B6LWt 'U .rvarrt la Though Christmas eeems to gain rather than lose Jit ropular favor as tho years roll by, yet it la worthy of note that tho Christinas season has been much curtailed from what it originally was. For several centuries U began with tho eve ot All Saints' day or "Hallow eve," October 31, and continued until Candlemas day, February 2. In England It la now computed only from Christmas ove to "Twelfth might," January 6, whljo in our own country it begins on Christmas ove and on, practically ends Cnrlstmaa night Yet even now it really begins on December 16, marked in the church calendar, O Saplentla," from the name ot an' anthem eung durtog Advent. XMAS EVE IN TID3 nOME. GRAN W. SMITH'S SON ... Funeral I AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Ffinpral ' nirprfnt Wvv,V, znt ..W Frr.hlmir i b...Vuiisi ; f s 2BOTH PHONES 810 I S5UTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE 5T5i SASlVVAivVk,i "D. MblItx flMnraet. L. FaxarJil Dificlor BAX Half-eaa'- a sav-eot-a tod mm Christmas eve to the home la ala JorJal' event, or should be. The father ha closed his ledger with a "Thank God" ithet ,there is sow and then a respite from tott, from the perptaxkies and care ot everyday life, aa oasis in. the desert ot the 'year, aad yistda ihJmseiif tor the thae to the pleasure of creating aew Joys lor tba loved ones at the heme ttreaise. The mother's hear YftrtletWfj with, fore and tfcatikftl-tteae she waaebee the Jaaoaeat ways M' HiiimiiiimmiHtMmtmtnHfmM DOUGHERTY & McELIOTT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, i! Directors and Embalmers v k entfeimieatJe a, M far tb"eaMaea theMseivee, what eteraitgr o ttaw oaakl aootpeaaae over their flor 1 eC .'her Httte OtarietaMw gift, Ana rate Otatb. Ml-- BOTH PHOKBM. - o XaaaaCMy them he loss t MW; ae Chrtataiaar J.X iJ JHDEDICnTTJOTCr . XWJIE' COMING EVENTS. KEKTU6KY IRISH . MERKM. gers. Now Is th against them. wemust notbe blind to the , dan- time to guard PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Officially Versed by Ancient latitat nd Catholic O'lL" of America. DOLLAR PER YEAR, S1NQLECOPY 8c Tho m06t mlghty ot flU tho govern-., 1 ftyggCKIrM m PPICE ONE .. ments or oarth has cast aeldo all tho ciMatteT ot UkkkMkkMkkAkMkMkhli .y restrain 00 Strwt HHS1 W M,MI ., , tAA- -tcivilization and has given. Its armed. J CfMlMllWM t tk KENTUCKY i r'"Mrs. Mary Q, Mullen will leave minions license to wage a barbar- -' ouaVar with tire and sword against soon after Chrletmaa tor a vtelt at Lasts Long After tho tho people ot Ireland because, for-- St Louis. MAKES THE BE8T OF ALL XMA8 PRESENTS. It Has Ah Intrinsic Valae That -- Vork upon Mr JEWELRY Yoa May Be ParUcBlarly Interested la Irish mefct Holidays Are Gohc. If Yob Are Going To diva right ot determining their Mrs Vincent Paacale, and Dr. Paa- tho Splendid Pieces Wo Are Showing. 1920 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, M'ra. L. H. Sacketto has returned aa well .aa LOUISVILLE. KY n iA nn - an ana iron va midnight Invasion retail: -r 0 fr Hk J J ducting ' a XMA8"WI8Ii: and agatoat dofonselosa , uu iwvwlu. Hte9 Hienrieiia uannoa and twmnlo jjwiMv. TO OmV FOIKO ,.. o To Ms readers, advertisers vial iv to on.l C. I1UU1 tlllllTJUJ f 1W. sur- - lUAO M1U . . v.. V Dr. Mulllns said out ne wa Amerigov- - Miss Durrett Oglesby at Fort p of England's friends the Kentucky Irian at tbe prosperous condlt on 071r7land. Aseaaaination mln Harrison, can wishes a merry and holy Christ- of the people of Ireland, seeng d nmrrtflran; throata aEalast tho Mrt Martin Broderick May the nothing -- kusuj Tiowltn. ui ".Hlorarchv and CCerfty- vw V ""a wro weeK-on- a mas and happy Now Year. LADIES, BEAUTIFUL but lino rarms, uno caiwo,. ,. nr.-- i. . -paruuut, mi. " blessings ot God attend your hearts sneop, eic. The correstonaentta oi ,. trnift frlehtfulncLB is mmri.M NewYorK WRIST WATCHES trresponslble black btfr. and MlB. B. B. Howard have and homos and the Joy ot the sea- the New York World he York American ,,, f nviA Britain, returned to the city from Pewee ul9. "And so," as Tribune, the Now your, son fill Valley, having sold their homo there and other reputable critics report .Cpnsder tor a """J. Tiny Tim observes, "God bless us, to c4rlea McDevitt. the contrary and in their ar-cruelty ol ELGIN fiendish m tSes JNora D every one." of wlt-s- e Va., to tiro upon the people as- L,,ffrtae of persecmew chine-gu- n f Swcet Brler k Tn,ft DIAMOND WATCHES .m. and you o,n,i ,, ?,imbs with har oarents. f.h-- n DECIDED "WISELY. RINGS We have a large display ot Ladles' Irish peopio, men. women and chll- H Dufty of Mf flnd Rlna j, . a wnwus, rid fniuu ojiujo vavHlfisn x w 1IQ verror J" t- -i n.fl at tho present Mrs. F. A. Henriott, wno unaer- Fino Wrist Watches. It will pay UrcUi HOLIDAY SPECIAL The Friends ot Irish Freedom in dally and weekly that thoy havo In guaranteed handsomely ti, went n serious operation at you to see our selection before engraved and embossed Kentucky very wisely decided to get seen the Black and Tans kill cattle umo- d Elizabeth Hospital, is now Mal7 cases buying. . not agitate cayaiescent aild doing nicely. ,$25 .. j In back ot President Do Valera. Ho hv !, hun- - are told that we ought question in the United ot the SuUlvan will enterr Mra. 0barle8 the Irish is tho chosen representative nrxATKB. TflfiKRTS .Ail Miuiv Other Tilings Too NHaieroBa Dr. MulUnsor dreds. "- -, t never hesitated, to tain on December 27 from 4 to .8FULL MNIS Irish pooplo and their appointed en- the many trained observers that are MUfor To MenUon no Armenian nuesUon or o'clock with a teaAnnie Missej voy to America, and we make BIGQE8T BAR0AIN3 ATTHE SMALLEST PLACE ON A. Mead. "t!0,. quest : reporting dally? were never lred Sullivan and mistake when we trust and deal Mfc KatnJ ta0 FOURTH STREET reverend gentleman tho PolUh protest against the anti- It the afra!d to a Lawrtmco L. Jones, Jr., B, with (him. The Friends ot Irish ta right, lhat there Is no . . 408 S. FOURTH ST. w WWW tf". BOiomnlSed January 6 at St. shown, and with sin Jewish pogroms of Europe, for we wJtl Freedom .have Next to Rex Theater ble there, or is there EVENINGS nnvIrilvv, ,.,., tha Armeniana, Patrick's Cathedral, New York City. OPEN gular unanimity, the highest form hLs British friends to be aahamea Mtes Nancy Birch win return ue-thA Polos tho Jews were being and patriotism. ot 20 from St. of, why does the urinaa uovern- OT,,i tor the comber the holidays ment refuse pasqports to a disinter- COIlUnuo reasoa we Y Mrs. Aroh eam0 VINDICATION. estea commiMoe sejecwa from tho vei aTraign England and to espouso with her parents, Mr. and Brcn. pp&0MHHHHf of One Hundred now THEIR CimiSTMAS WANTS. use until right shall tri- vriWam Kelly, who Is attending That the Amorlcan peoplo acted Committee Ireland-" wisely to, repudiating tho League of over might,- - until tno inan xaio uniTenuiy, wm holidays wjth Gov. Morrow An invitation to the British Government allow ' umoh t to fa& 17 to ep6nd and Mrs Jam09 B Lexington. Beckham A chance to People ba enjoy, as thoy Nations is shown by the disappoint did tho Rlr wander . Dr. "1"'."mo to .... - around , loose, Senator od- - attitude ot Lloyd George and onjoy, their own free government. , i on voto oh tho Irish resolution of symcreditors In wprld la ThViubUe opinion ot the othora of our biggest James Noona, who has been pathy. Why not give him something that allow others? These genUemen give Europe. American tourists are told h. s0 oI Ireland. corlousjy m at her home on Bell- Senator Stanley Presents to Ken,. fl, flublu. OBln. biased, being selected from anue, te bow convalescent. the Democrats who are holding m he really wants and can make use that Europe has ne thanks or men- not Catholics and Jews "- and it is thought sho will be able to tucky in line. mni,rt (America's part in tho war, Protestants, tion for ion oLruueei. ""Dem- bo up anu- about for Christmas. among tho Committee ot One Hu n. of? A roan U alwayi glad to reCongressman Cantrlll Tho n" Un iiu wnt mnniH in acceuiB ck, n anu. .. .. t. .i,ttand the League ot Nations Is a fail"ijr. nomination for GoVOTOOr. uitb. xa. m. conclusion Dr. Mul tin Uncle Sam will not re- dred. But in ure because ceive shirts. Tobe Hert A Cabinet position If Una, m tno opinion oi mauy. ku compeCled to hear. We ask to spend tho holidays with their Harding will forget how fuse to finance the venture and pull told of taking a Mrs. t some more chestnuts out of the fire his story when he darter. muvo Will"'""" F Brace. wtnrTOnrkinc $5.00 SHrts reduced to $3.S0 $3.50 Shkts reduced to $2.50 ot ....-- i .,, Mr, A dose . luncu wiiii jjiuiu uwiBi--m v. - and seniors w the Holy ' Rosary poison for thePconle who first for John Dull and bis hoggish cease aguaune ubu. wi. ,i $4.00 ShkU reduced to $3.00 $3.00 Shirts reduced to $2.00 u Llin;i 11A3 r. follow Thfl'n'not ot !,. Tho .wbUV II t Vft tains It Academy will be guests of honor at chance in administration. i Silk Shirts Reduced ylbero our distinguished, uarjuso a theater party followed by tea at John UUU A D'K army uuu leader erred. HIa story and views -glvon by the sophomore for Japan to tight the United States. $8.00 1$12 and $14 values now $10 Benedict's IHGH WATER MARK. $10 values now READ MORE. Woipsincer Smith For riiinrKn of Irish conditions would have had class of tho academy on the atter- sen .. nfc,i(,. ,wni noon of Decerabor 23. r., ,j the Rorfubllcan bosses to let him bo The destruction ot the fair city stronger effect If ho had kept Mayor for a aay or two. with story of his Wilson Bros. Socks of Cork on last Sunday haa shocked cret tho Xmaa Ties m.gh,t read more on tho subject of -- d Junior Order To carry tho eurpasees for cold Ireland's oppressor. only In times ot tho world, and THE GIFT IDEAL. who attends American flag but their religion, itb place in tho world, Arthur Angemior, beautiful display of A " barbarity any ot the many outrages inxsocloty, In regard .to tho prob- - school at Notro Dame, South Bond peace. 11.25 Silk Socks. now....85o Gift Neckwear, put uo ,'" Santa of the Col. Jim Whallen For Just the 750 Si'k LIrIa Seek now 50c Holidau Boxen. FEARS THE TRUTH. that are Justly imputed to British lems that confront mankind. The Ind.. will return the lant Claus to reward all those kids who 85c Fibre 811k Socks now 60c thina or any man. birthday Government in lta otfort to fasten a correct answer has gave him tho surprise (3 Pair foP $1.75.) Tho British Ambassador at Wash- for overy question that may arlso In avenuo party. the shackles of slavery on tho varl 75c to $3.50 IN FANCY B0XE8. passJames Greene A list of tho ous peoples It tyrannizes over. The ington has refused to viio tho the human mind wlh regard to the, Mr oml Mrs. Frank E. Flaherty, couples of ncxt spring. V.. by ports of members ot tho committee things massacre recently Amrltsar that really count. The alert of Groat .FaJJs, .Mont., will arrive- bridal "H'ck" Firemen A easy way to own ne Tuesday, in India caused tho ot inquiry who are now taking tes Cathode will increase both English forces find them pesky fire plugs. Ireworld to shudder, but the burning timony regarding atrocities in prestige and tho respect for his wl,am M ngins and .Miss Hattle Jim Garnett More power 'to the British of Cork whilst the English army land. This means that tho faith by making a study of hla ro- - uiggns, 110 East Burnett avenue, friends boosting him for Governor.on debate Col. P. H. Callahan s!sunder Strickland stood idly by is Government will not permit ' the llgion In relation to life and its Mrs. Flaherty will al-- visit her Au- - the Irish question with Rev. Russoli tor. Mrs. Thomas D. Cllnes, In ot barbarity. committee to go to Ireland and see meanlngs. tho high water mark The Plrkov .., ,, educated, alert, dubon Park. ., iu Today tho English authorities, for themselves what the situation is practical, miiuvwu i """ "Judge Matt O'Dohorty A debate flendish-nes- s, Tho Ambassador eays ho fears that on tho same question wltfc tho frlghtenedvby their own rATNTD 1ION. CHARLES H. KNIGHT. need ot the hour. Every homo Courier-Journtho 'Tories. are endeavoring to bluff their tho commission would not get they should havo its Catholic newspaper, those gol- Keystone Police For Ronatnr Charies H. Kriigllt. mem way through the storm ot indigna- truth. He knows full well that which are doing splendid educatlonr dern slicker burglars to give thomaiSK-SLgr-pS- l tho world over would get too much truth to suit tion that .has risen .. Bolves up. with rvuinollv A Tirni by ascribing the destructive work to the .purpose 0f his Government. This upon religious affairs. dn.t of Henry Knight & Son, is Dave Maloney singing record "Wearing of This Is ever refusal to vise passports is In line both in bus! roflfurnlzed as a leader tho Irish themselves. rejuid nolitical circles. Ho has nn flrWWl." tim iwitia of those who enadt with the policy of coercion and Tho expenses ot tho "American t?iiv Unrrott The new audition to T its work ronresented hb canstltuents Senate the Kn'chts of Columbus club house In vain. pression pursued in Ireland. Britain duch wanton deeds. But Commission during $2.50 Built for Style and Comfort Hnne and yjd t. Rhoriflv runlffo Three hun Tho world knows who is responsible feare tho light and the truth abroad totaled ?1, 651,191.09. View- - at Frankfort and proved his mettle inquiry days racing with 50c J j , Victor Silver Buckles accomplished, tho m many Instances where loyalty to dred and sixty-fiv- e . and whoso hands are ttalned with daro not face an Impartial n nnon nars and tips from Pad or iroiontt. mat tag the resudts fo the" blood ot Innocents, and England Into her treatment trip was costly for the .Govprnment the Pemocratlc $Z.5U u; dock Judsor Dr. Chawk. Sterling Silver Buckles up to must stand condemned before tho is tho explanation of tho refusal. and people. Tom Dolan Embossed copies or particular were factors to be was tho "Street Cleaner'e Drearai" for hla bar of public opinion and lta verdict Some years ago Great Britain and protected. an Inquiry CHRISTMAS GIFT CERTIFICATES will he that one guilty ot murder, very anxious to have Senator Knights is ono of tho of- friends, Car Police A chain ot resBETTER RAILWAY SERVICE. Street ficers ot that great end growing in- taurants that servo beefsteak and arson and robbery can not longer Into the alleged atrocities in If you cannot decldo what to give him then buy one of Joe Gift No alalml was then made Certificates and let him pick something out himself. The Louisville City Railway Com' dustry, the Louisville Provision- mushrooms free. stay in Ireland. ceasuKnight Just ono tho investigate should watt pany's desire to give Eat!sfactlon to" Homnanv. and liaii laooreu that Sonator Charles HANDS ACROSS THE SEA. until Belgium had become quiet tho public is causing tho company j Jf the bost bu6mesa Interests of more Kttlo whirl at Frankfort. Dr. J. T. Keany Front eeat at No, it should bo made at once. Now to spare no efforts to safeguard peo--l our Senator Knight is noted Is making ugly faces at Sir Auckland Goddes lias tho wis- pie In every way. Tho emoloyos are tor th0 active part he took in favor all of tiho .rood musical comedies. Japan ring Franlc MoGrath A and the 'America Just now and going around dom to suggest that Ireland must bo courteous and obllcing AM over run- -' or no workmen's comDeneation bill, .rith the fako political dopester on UMBRELLAS the anu lt may good. gajd of him that In schedule with a chip on her sholder. Japan's restored to quiet before a commit-to- o ntng ono hoara nothing but praise overy dnntance wliere tho good of hla the Herald. Excellent assortment, city A whirl at robbery ot China and Korea has put Dr. H. E. Mechllng can get at the truth. In other for tho now officials and their o'- - native city or tho bpst Interests, of suitable for Gifts, wore at stane no wim the political game next year, and her in the same category with her words, England's bloody work must foi fa lo make tne service ono i same following of friends. $3.00 to $8.50 ally, John Bull. Japanwants tho bo allowed to proceed to the, exter- best in tho country.' Little by Mttle found ever faithful to his trust, and the Robert Muhs .Santa Claus alJ. revenge on tho mination 'of tho Irish peoplo before rrAmiin.rit.to aro belnK corrected. has more than merited the postlon ready broucht his the, Presidency KID GLOVES Philippines and In tho hearts ot h!s fellow 5L wens furnishings cars put in better shape, bunchUnited States because her equattora any investigation can be permitted. the done away with when possible, ho holdsof LouSjville. In local and ot Trinity Council. A dark tan; $4 value ing citizens M. J. Bronnon Just ono round, are not allowed to overrun Cali- A more open confession of .guilt it and natrons of the various lines 'are State Democracy Senator Knight is for $3.00 name England wants tho United would bo hard to conceive Well, unanimous in complimenting tho n fnmmnnt flimro and wields con with tho fellow that gives his fornia. K. company upon tho good work dono siderable strength in primaries and to oil stock salesmen. States curbed because she never al- tho commission sitting Sam Robertson Lota ot sunshine shown to spare no competitor to bring forth and thoindesire the nubl'c a motro-- general election3vboth. lows a commercial for h's concrete work. will not be ablo to attnrta cive Forewarned is cull thOj truth. But 3t has already TolHan car service worthy of Louis Frank Dugan Thanks for tho Btay out ot war. CHARITY FOR ORPHANS. many bouquets on hl3 record as United States brought out enough to condemn to ville. It IS to DO oincoreiy nuitsu forearmed, and the HOLIDAY ENTERTAINMENT. reciprocate Thn Catholic Telecrranh recalls Circuit Clerk. for will havo To prepare on army and tho lowest depths of infamy the that tho people will now officialsth3 Netter Nomination Abo to the old and true saying that "Char- willingness of the Tho pupils of St. Patrick's school Republican navy that will defy the combination Government or Sir Auckland give satisfaction, and bear In mind lty coveroin a raumiuuu i will participate in a CHristmas """, Councilman; on the OLKA.XING, DYEING, ticket. committee that no bus'ness can be thoroughly and It is a kind disposition of and English. Wonder what Geddes. of Jars Whether tho at the school ball, SixAl Martin Some loaded cigars so teenth and Market streets, tomorrow advocatoj were allowed to .proceed to Ireland reorganized and restored to normal, PKKHSING. Providence that Ho has eo contho Improve- stituted men that ordinarily they he can pass them to Fred Stengel evening. A roguiar Kris Kingle ItEPAUt WORK. ot tho combination arrayed or not was a matter that rested in a few days, but that all work think and John Ootken. arranged ,and tho practlco of "against America now, John Butl and with the British Government. By ments and - reoons'ruotion executive are Inclined to virtues. Besides this rthiAf Patty Blinkers so be will programme has been Mrs. Nellie Broderick. Prop's. tho greatest of all time- patience and the whole family is Invited. A canal- natural inclination not soo tho punch board and gam tata entitled "Santa Glaus Junior" the yellow heathen. to charity, we Its refusal of the permission it has ab'llty. and will therefore make All work called for and delivered. bling games the ministers are wiom will ho the feature. chosen to enter on open confession lowances for mlnpr dorects In the hava thn noworful Inducement con a Tint f Hats cleaned apd blocked. of Our n the aseurance DR. MULLINB' BLUNDER. service which will soon bo corrected. charge to uilt to the atrocities "All we aslis a trial." Tommy Yourell and Jack St. Clair Lord, that any kindness or aid, ex11ASKETBALL. e A tortralt of the present 'SERIOUS ILLNESS DENIED. to the poor and needy. He Mulllns, head ot the made against It. tended Dr. E. Y. 426 E. CALDWELL ST. w'li reward as It offered to Him- detective force. In the Catholic Basketball League BaDtlst Theological Seminary, re Burglars' Union Just conunueu Phone City 1410. first of the week that self. And therefore the Catholics ot Council Renorts the WELFARE COUNCIL. changes In the tho Bertrand and Mackin and turned from a trip to Europe this vicCaTd'nal Gibbons warn eerioualy ill the Louisville diocese are reminded finwoerlty comedyho police department. aro out In front, each with twonight vn.ma .f 'T?lnrt T. Shrlver at past week, and In an Interview in they havo Jurt now an un- Kerttone gamea Tuesday Book enTho preliminary work ot organ- Union Mills, Md caused h's friends that opportunity of realizing more Tho Louksvlllo Public D'sappear-anc- e tories Thefollows: gives a usual resulted as the Courlor-Journizing dlocecan branches of tho Na- Hinnucho'iit America a felintr of than a thousandfold on the promise titled "The Mysterious Bertrand, 17; Vernon, 18. view of tho Irish question. Cleaners." of the wa rellev Catholic Welfare Council te much uneasiness, whichphys'clan an. of Christ. The Christmas collection Insurance Street St. X. Alumni, 32; K. of C., 18. Underwriters Book for Dr, Mulllns said that he was not tional the ben- od Thursday when his churches will be for in Mackdn Council, 29; Trinity Counburning ot Cork, now well advanced throughout the nm.nnA tTintMiA ATTincted the Oardl oflfthe nnr nrnhftn homes. Which each fireman on "How to Save cil, 0. nt surprteed at tho . great .undertaking i fn rorfnm to Baltimore within a Uar fnr hundreds 6t narentlees lit- - Eometanlng Bos'des the Ground. totlmatbig that It was done by the country. It Is a require AM time and few dayst Several times within re- Wl nuw ereijr a4v YiA -- .yxri fiA- will "- lie 'irteH. and aid tha,t It would unify and one CimtSTMAS EXERCISES. DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. perfect. iAi the out-s- cent month's the Cardial ban nf-- s'atance to continue tneir bpibbuiu good British Government. In anwer hard work to the of weaknew. It must be understood clearly t.iAii filieht atUcks momentary, nat ceVvice for' our orphans. The at. fnuip iMerrs scuaui vv.. Tho Tegular 4tMie-'nnlv to Dr. MullIaV insinuation a bw.M ar tiAvnttne their lives to thaf the organization te in no aense arally eauaed anisiety owing to h's educating and making good citizens of Louisville Clrite, Daughters nisha holiday entertainment next British labor of next Wednesday evening at WIndthorat elehty-al- x uu of Isabella, will take place It does not laeaa that tneir care, The ledre la a personal invetlaiUpn political. are formln a sew politi- advanced of ar bonne attributed r4 tHaoA nnwvr generous support Tuesday evening at KnlsMs of Co- - won ifnvA and Woodbine. a pro -- hould !be given b' 4tn.v oidawMi will furnish recita report that British ftoWlers started Catholic , to thta worthy rlumbua Hall, a large w party or that ttoey a CataoUos these atUcks to a eold and too close ' gramme consisting of songs, 11 merely one or the fires and looted the atorea. Far- calare organizlag for a po(Rtoal pur- atteotlon to dloowaa atfairg. will uepoor relieve notnut. in reaiiiy, Inlfated and a full attendance of, tions and dnjs. m iruHuiiw axpeeted. members parson, two ther Dr. Mulllns aJd there were pose. Unlaea all daogero will begin at 7:48 o'clock. wm i a iMtm at LSADKR FOR BOY SCOUTS. thourands. And God will not be oaly t?o courses for area Britain PHOTO PLAYS. gaoaroetty. on thte potot te eleard outdoae la INSTALLED AS TRUSTEE. a w i away W tap t M waa eleeted aw te follow, and here A, J. OMKttftolaswr This Sunday night at St. Xavlar's tha movement' win uewat iw ahowa "Two Oymnaa'um wW b tmtk. H Mid t&at elthr Iretana- own parpoaa. The Catbolle Warfare Pres'dent of the fkoutmaatera'' FORTY .HOURS. At tho recent nieottac ot the SuvnfnpVtf tvw." oaa tlahtiag for preme Board of the Catholic of Louisville at a meatinr mm b lwi iadapwdwM or eubbright fatuw bafora it held TuaHlay nlrM at headnHartara. Tha" Forty Hours' arayar fe ' tha Gray, oaa fighting for the Blue. sfnirht nt America. haM ia m prerae Trustee. He suceeeds tha . by military maaanrM. The Ctmacil has a aext for daad . i th local branches are ornaarsad of Louteral OohboII. Ber.S aaaaestJ aarek, at whlah tha Bar. Fathar Atoo "Tba Mlrar," fr"t,' n ti-- menbare halae Kee lata Adaai W.-- Jaeer, of Chicago, Vwivaraad gatiaaa taltad 4 add drama with a wsaoa wMl opaa photo-pla- y aoedaatMl oa right ltaas. Taara Aiaecfc. He has be auea A. McCarthy. otBraach- and Ms appointment waa aprovaday and Jaaaaa Irjaetoc. Sarvw wurateg '.feat by whetocata sardeni aaa kiu te work aiaaa tA da ta aaga'tBa waa,laaad aa u- aaa&iBftOHS vote. mm owarraw - witlrW shew a a apgmte- U-' a ale aar- aad atoaa ea. Twaaday. . fag tfM WtUaa WTWtamw.. at! C all OathnllM h laatar owtan. aw ; U. hall, Sixteenth and Market. December 31 New Year ere of .. ta.ru fwn and nlfhL bv . ... " .J 'leiegrapa nun 4w.k HJI mUiU9U wuo jm Tho cataoirc 0f Altar Society, m su ue- Hall. Ur declaring that the Government ot cilia-'IRELAND. . 19 Christmas entertainment ot St. Patrick's school la December Tit- .HH. -- Jt x,,C i es'tiotx -- j. PabHahT. flTw llo , - '" B.rtr..tH.LaauwH..MS.clr. -- T xJtWli T. i - lrtf ! .., God-giv- en ff&tliffiSK TkT JEWELRY $10.00 up $15:F Uii'-iuo, .z - &' Attttai ! i, -li J .-.-, iT:!'!... .,.' -w ucm. m MLnV-n- n1 ... Benja-prise- d, I ! -- 4 5LJ ', 2JJ ! : j.j ". i. ., I w T,SJ "l""7.. w 1 ..f, itrinnra - -- - "j;;;". solf-doal- al Jtly 6 Ptod. 1 ed Marys-oi-in- e- TMJi KAJJ1UO fShirts-T- he vm .0 .r Z . ..,. K. Useful Gift -- . i '""' - iuiwk - rr-aiK- . p un-- ...... I 1 eug-ctia- -- u; tete-a-te- te .u. SSS. r- r- - SlWJorS tothChrgto .JK.. BRAXTON the BELTfoRMcw " iK iui,n al . con-sidor- ed Bel-glu- cy i eix-fo- pt r ,! J Zj&&PJtJVJ&& -- J Di-v'- ne OMEGA as re-oul- ro tat-no- life-siz- al pro-Eng- !. it ot f. j. -- cora-mttt- ee semi-month- h ly non-partto- aa KECO years-Member- s wi;i Wa cm 1 mtoap-preheoak- m Am-etatl- rmM. j LJM?ft A?br!' ?"l f ' 'v..'4ifcjiS.'-.i- . ' ' Kentucky Central Life And Accident HOME OFFICE, Insurance Company INOOflUfaULTB0 fey JEWELRY) SUMTttM IThe Convenient Bank at the Convenient Corner T'WEM nowciis? HOT.IM CAHtYl AT LA5T! RUCKHfH ANCHORAGE, KY. urn tXuen Join Our Christmas Savings 1 R THAT NO-SH- eS tASTVEAR GOT ALL,. SHE MttOS TBC HoMj!tf Club Now Fourth and Mark Fourth and Market $1,000 FOR $100 ACCIDENTALLY .. Sweets for the Sweet want to announce to our patrons that we have the largest, most varied and beautiful line of fancy Boxes and Baskets south of the Ohio River, consisting of De hisses' creations In leather and cretonne, 'Quincy's beautiful de- d boxes; the always signs in silk, satin and popular line of Japanese Baskets, and our own line of Trimmed and Redwood Boxes. All filled with our delicious assortment of chocolates' and bonbons. We also carry our n line of Holiday Candies. usual and ' You can still join our Christmas Scvings Club Th time is United! and this attractive systKi of saving will b gona until naxt December. Six Plans to Choose From, We Pay KILLED. Gilbert Englteh,of Cecilia, waa killed by tho H. & E. train yesterday between tho BUly'a creek bridge and this city. Ho was riding on top of a merchandise car, when ho accidentally fell between the cars, tho train passing over; his 'loft leg. Ho was removed to Cedlla, whore ho afterwards died. From tho Mirror, Ellsabothtown, Ky. DO YOU KNOW THAT may be disabled by accident times. Gilbert English, ot Cecilia, Ky., paid to the Kentucky' Central LJto and Accident Insurance Company two monthly premiums ot "Fifty Cents," on CLASS A- -l Policy, which provides in addition to other benefits, tho sum of "One Thousand Dollars" ($1,000.00) in the event ot Accidental Death. In these modem times accidents aro of frequent occurrence. Protect joureelf with Accident Insurance. Have our Agent explain this policy to you. ! aay We Merest. Our convenient location and prompt service mako your banking with us a real pleasure. Regular savings accounts are always acceptable. A nickeled bank free. hand-painte- Lincoln Savings Bank & Trust Co. THE PERSONAL BANK Fourth and Market Louisville, Kentucky Mcmbor Federal Reserve System. well-know- Every minute twenty-on- e This Is to acknowledge receipt are accidentally InjuredT Dollars" Thousand "One many persons aro ot Fire times as in payment of Death VI11n1 n. fnfiifAf) aoph vAnr an ritn (1.000.00) my nephew, Gilbert bom natural causos. On death In Claim on in tne English, every iweive is aue 19 accmeniaa Kentucky who was Insured Accident Central Ute and causes. ,a 4. Insurance Company ot Ancnorago, U " Rudolph & Bauer -- TWO ..w, are. killed or Addre?j tojured yearly; about thirty thou- This 16th day ot July, each day. A aura can die only oace, but bo Louisville, Ky. veoSen'lon jL.TxVSU DO 1920, lfe-- 230 W. Market St W STORES 219 W. Jefferson St. INTO ETERNAL REST. Miss Mary Gibbons, the oldest and only surviving eistor ot His Emi nence Cardinal Gibbons, and of John T. Gibbons, one of New Orleans' most esteemed and honored citizens. passed into the presence of her Mas- fr. on Thursday ot last week. She had reached tho remarkable ago of ninety-fiv- e years, and up to a short period before her death Bhowed tho eturdy race from which she sprung. For every morning saw hor wending hor way, as In earlier years, to mass in St. Joseph's church, In which parish tho Gibbons family has resided for seventy years. Miss Gibbons was barn in Ireland ninety-fiv- e years ago. The history ot the family is so well known through her Illustrious brother, Jamos Cardinal Gibbons, In whose priestly vocation this devoted eldest sister had no uncommon share, that It would be superfluous to repeat It hero. MANY TURNED AWAY. Sw9SI Established 1872 years this reliable old For forty-eigjewelry firm has enjoyed the confidence and patronage of Louisville people. Its original founder. Matt Irion, is still associated with his sons in the big business which years of honest endeavor have brought to the firm of Matt Irion & Sons. We are enlarging our business tremendously and we invite your further confidence and patronage. S The Jrlon Guarantee Goes With Each Purchase. ht - Why not take advantage of our protection and see our agent today? DON'T PUT OFF IT NOW RECENT DEATHS. Funoral sorvlcco and roqulom high mass wero held Saturday mora ins At St. Brlgld'a church for Mat thorn Claro, beloved husband of Mary Clare. Besides his widow he leaves one sister, Mrs. J. J. Corby, 2210 Dumesnil street. The funeral of tlohn J. Whltty took place from Gran W. Smith's Son's chapel Tuesday morning at 8:45 o'clock and from St. Louis Bertrand's church at 9 o'clock. had been 111 for some time at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth's Hospital, having been taken there from his residence on West St. Catherine street. At tho family home, 617 East Washington street, Mrs. Mary Do-ceas- ed Do-lan- ey "M'SWINEY (Continued from First Page.) hut amlW? n Ibttta nnil T IrtoeArf him, and then was taken away, for t waa completely broken down. Sun day I oamo to tho prison in a taxi-caand though I bogged tho prison authorities to let mo see him they refused. After waiting for hours I koollapsed. Monday he died, but tho prison authorities kept his death from us for some hours. I asked for his body, to convoy It to Cork, tnd they refused point blank. I lucoeeded In obtaining an interview with Mr, Short, tho English Homo Secretary. Never have I' mot a Mocking and more perfect brute. laughing and refusing to tell me hyth!ng positive. Finally ho said we could not take tho body out of the country, as it was against English law. Yon all know that finally we did got it and how it was conveyed to Ireland. "To me my husband exemplifies the spirit of Ireland tortured but determined. Tho country Is starving and women and children aro of course suffering most. Tho creameries aro destroyed eo that the children can not get milk. Food shops aro looted by Black and Tans, and growing crops have boon destroyed. The people will die unless wo have relief. .But, more than relief, we want' recognition of our Republic. I hope your groat country will help us nrin the freedom my husband died tor." b, teOMB DAY; YOU'LL WANT THAT SUIT PRESSED or CLEANED REPAIRED or DYED mm Right Now by Phoning OR. CITY SOUTH You will be sure of getting rapid, courteous, satisfactory service. TUB, MODERN WAY guaran- 2362 tees "the best in a hurry." THE MODERN WAY CLEANERS AND DYERS INCORPORATED 1140-1142 Dovan, widow of Capt. 'William Devan and mother of Frank and Miss Mary Dovan, succumbed Saturday after an illness lasting six A naUve of Ireland, she weeks. came here as a girl and won high respect. Funoral services took place Monday morning at St. John's GIFTS THAT LAST. MAH IRION & SONS Market Street at Fourth. Open Nights Until Chrismas. church. forty, Mrs. complication Jot?ephlno Cramer, aged wife of Alonzo beloved Cramor, died Tuesday morning of a Graduates of the College of New Rochelle, conducted by tho UrsuMno Nuno at New Rochelle, N. Y., have was forced to turn away sixty applicants for lack of rooming accommodations, New Rochelle Is the first Catholic collofrc for women to be founded In New York. It waa started In 1908 by Mother Irene, who for some time was Provincial of tho UrsuHne Order In this ing her aro an infant son, Mark s. Cramer: her parents, Mr. and "Mrs. Fred J. Klauslng, W. H. Silllman, Pres. Thomas Sheehan, and four brothers, Wlllam, Thomas, Mark and Hillary ? Sheehan. The funeral took place John A. HubbucJJ yostorday- morning from St. ElizaSeb. O. Hubbuch Jos. Hubbuch, Sr. beth's church. Gloom was spread over Catholic circles by the death of Sister M. years old and Octavla, seventy-fou- r for over half a contury a member of the Lorottlne order. Her funoral took place Friday at the convent at Loretto. Before she took her vowa Sister M. Octavia was Miss Adelaide Robortson. She was a sister of the late Albert S. Robortoon, this city; and an aunt of former State Sen ator Sam L. Robertson. parish: was St. Louis Bertrand made sad Tuesday morning when news came that Mrs. Agnes Mary Home Phone City 4300 Moriarity, a well known and beloved young matron, had passed to hor reward at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth 1124-2- 6 Hospital.' Besides her huwband, Daniol J. Moriarity, Jr., and an infant child, shp leaves hor mother, VyVYTYYVYYYVyYYYYMWMK" Mrs. Agnes Bohlson, and two brothers, Henry and John Bohlson. Fui neral services were held Thursday morning at St Louis Bertrand church. The death of Miss Katherlno Pur-ce- ll PORTRAITS FROM LIFE was a surprise to many, having PHOTOGRAPHIC JTINTING boon 111 only two weetcs. hiosai of COMMERCIAL ART :; was a member, and St. Louis Berwas active in trand's church, tho Young Ladles'' Sodality and aU Specializing in the highest quality execution ;; church and charitable affairs. She ' . TV.. .... is survived by hor father, Patrick ! ijr mo. prices wwun rcueuif. Purcell, and threo sisters, Misses Ida and Agnes Shanahan and Mrs. Courier-Journ- al 'Building 335-33- 7 John Fahey. the latter two ot Bay St. Louis, Miss. Tho funeral took I place from St, Louis Bertrand's church Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. Father Cummins of- ficlatlng Sec-Trea- SOUTH THIRD STREET. home, 1031 Sylvia avenue. of diseases at her Surviv- at the college, which list Sontembr mapped out plans for a campaign for tho erection 6f new dormitories toitmtttttin ittnitif,i"t""""",,,,,""" & PTTTTTTTT tTTT 'MmU(hMmMmmmmmmnima2 t , vJy IT "r-- - rj rTTl ftj'ffTOTTtfiffirffiT; ,..'' BP '. lAAJlt XX X ZiXXT M - COMBINATION STOVES. Jos. Hubbuch, Sr., Sons DIES AT ROME. Marquis John Anthony Delia ilesa, brother of Pope Benedict, died suddenly' Friday in tho presence of bis son Joseph. The Mar quis was born In 1853 In Genoa. Ho entered tho navy as a cadet when thirteen years old and became a "Roar Admiral. Ho left the service in 1908. Two years ago the Mar quis was trlcken with paralysis, following tho death of his wife. GRANT THEM BONUSES. Ono of tho fiittt duties of tho short session ot Congress should be to provide the bonus for tho men who risked tholr all in tho nation's behalf. When other men under tho very nose of the Government made DEALERS IN WALL PAPER, CARPETS AND RUGS West Market Street. I MRS. GERTRUDE ROSS hug fortunes out of the war. It certainly Is not too much to ask that tho fighting men should .got the for. and mere pittance they'aok which Is lawfully due to them. CALLED TO BOSTON. Col. John T. Geary, former commander of Camp 55achary Taylor, relieved from duty at tho cantonment hero last week, loft Louisville Saturday for Fort Warren, Mass. Col. fort Grv w'll tako charge of tho Boswhich guards tho entrance to ton Harbor. The officer belongs to the Coant Artillery Corps. hut"had been assigned temporarily to tho Quartermaster Corra because of the shortage of officers In that branch of tho service. ACTION IS URGED. Tho Social Action Denartmont of tho National Catholic Welfare Council has sent to tho metropolitan presvtho following statement: Tho consuming public, the wage and salary workers, and the" farmers are being harmed by a set of facts which call tor Congressional action. It is probable that the next few months will Intensify the situation rather than lighten. It, The Soc'al Action Department ot tho National Catholic Welfare Council therefore urires that Congreej eerlously con sider the following proposals, mow of which are a part .of the Bishop's programme of social .reconstruction or follow therefrom: The retention of excess iproflts . taxes end Income taxes. Federal InvaHlgatlea and publication of the costs ot production, of ' staple commodities. A Federal bureau to etudy and at -- , rftM SWISS CLEANING -- OF- MEN'S' SUITS With Minor Repairs Free Saves "Baying. MUSICAL EVENTS. ' Carpets and Rugs Swiss. Cleaned or Shampooed Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. -- SWISS CLEANERS AND 'DYERS INCO&rORATOD Two interesting musical events of the winter season will be enjoyed by the people of Louisville at Holy Rosary Academy. The first will be the appearance on Jamary 28 of Reginald Werrenrath. the famous baritone, to bo followed February 7 by the noted . soprano, Maggie Teyte. PREPARING FOR CHRISTMAS. ' ILLUSIVE TRUCE TALK. Tho papers of late havo been carrying much gossip about the attempt that Js being made to orran.ee a "truce" In Ireland. It Is said that the Bishop of Perth, in Australia, Is acting a? unofficial mediator In arranging tho "truce." London paners are giving cona'der-abl- e prominence to tho reports wh'ch beean with an anpeal for such a "truce" by Archbishop of Tuam. English church dtenyarles took un the suggestion and Indorsed it Thd result is a lot of nowspaper gosnip which may, or may not. contain a few gra'ns of truth. Wo note that President Do Valera has boon interviewed In New York regarding theso reports. His statement wob not encouraging to thoso who have been building hopes on tho "truco" theory. England must withdraw all British troops from Ireland and liberate all political prisoners as a preliminary to peace In Ireland, ho declares. "Tho removal of the aggression obviously is both dhe Initial and also tho final s'ou .that ia, as I have said, ihe whole essence of tho trouble between the two countries," Pres 'dent De Valera tra'd ho had not hp.n in cHrewt nrttrntlnMmitt wlfli Lloyd George in tho Interests of the restoration of peace In Ireland. To tho True Voice it appears that all the negotiations that havo been oar-- i nea on mus iar nave Deon unoi- trclal. WhJle it may bo that there 's some hope ot arranging some Eort-o- fI "truco," wo do not believe that much rcranco can bo placed on It. Tho whole affair looks like an attempt to po behind the Irish Government and arranges a peace that ettle-- i nothing. For that reason wo have no confidence in lit. The Irish oaso is now up for trial. That trial must come sooner or later. There, Is nothing to bo gained for postponing it to another time. Gll-marre-eio- re ALCAZAR - TOSTOVER NE. TWO HEATERS IN 4 The homes 6f today are being supplied with Stoves which burn both coai and gas because they oiler convenience and real comfort" and real "economy" all the year round. If you want THE BEST you will get either of the above for your home. LBIRKEL Home Phone Shaw. 140S N & SONS " Twenty-(our,t- h and Cedar 6 VOLT 11 PLATE $39.60 O VOLT 13 PLATE 83.1.00 IS VOLT 7 PLATE 939.0 F. O. B. Detroit That's All For Two Year Tho only battery guaranteed unconditionally for two years. Instead of "adjustment," you get a new battery, thus eliminating all repair work. Yoa Can't Barn It Up Yea Cast Overstrain It SERV(ICB AT GARAGE EQUIPMENT&SUPPLY CO. '425 SOUTH THIRD STREET, LOUISVILLE, KY. Distributors for Kentucky and SoHthera Iadlaaa "Main 699 or City 8228 FRED G. JONES & CO. SASH, DOORS, BLINDS AND MIJLLWORK. Breoka nd A Sts. Louluville, Ky. ! AFTER MANY TEARS. The head ot Alexander Hamilton adorn tho now St eavlnrs ,n' which will bo bright red imprinted pv. green tint. It Is lntr-mf'ii-e to noto lhat this will bo the first time that tho first Secretary of tho United States Treasury has been fittingly honored by having hte portrait on a Government savings se- 9 curity. will Office 017 Soath FeurtU Plant OOO Month Sixth. Setk Phones 028 Repairing Praraptly Attended Under the direction of Mrs. Fred A. Harig, tho 'organist, tho choir ot To St, Louis Bertrand church Is rehear sing new music for Christmas, and expects to xlve an excellent pro gramme on that day. The Domini can church has. now one of tho largest choirs In the city. CEIMR Rev. LUMBER nifWH MS wAMyff XNCORFOKATBD ALBERT R. RICHARDS Automobile Remodeling, Painting a Specialty Recover Automobile tll-ii- S "" Gr6v. BI fcWWWf r ShwW Wf M lfKe Mf fTiM Top, New Topi and AK Kind of Trimming 813-81' i. W$t Jit firson Stmt '" ' 5 "" Wtst llbirty Strut ' "" IKMGLES LATHWf MM Father Ranh&el, C. P., of the Seusred Heart Retreat, thta wk conducted a for the chlldrea of Cedar Grove Academy, TWrty-flft- h weed knowledge, about and Rudd. The1 retreat began eocletlei. Including rtrt on Sunday and closed Wedaeedty. CHRISTMAS FLOOEOTa 4M 4M . niMwIlfn SUMS 1M M MMi XMI S tft. . banks. The reenlwtkm. of the meat packing industry, A Eedera-- t employment eerviee. The pup of noly- Roeary Aeed-n"- v A Metional Labor Board eim'Jar oae-ao- t will present pky n peeeivl way te the Xatlofeel "I had. rheumatism and verttvo ''Why tie Chimes Reajt." on nex4 Wr Labor Board. and gave up all ihones to I've. Wednesday at the Holy Rneary Au- Nropatife A. Lose, 334 Bteet Market The empt'on of o'ltorium. Fourth and Perk avenue. 'frenr Bwreeutlon. street, "helped me wKh;a few Kallc. deneiar aad tbe ataxm ef Seheaf, 7S2 South P vevrstee fee a- - eyeteiA e eer- Christ wm earols waive a feeUre. Mgkteeatfc street. KNTBRTAINMKNT. es' WINTER COMES. Next Tuesday, December 21, will be the iflret day ot winter. It w'll alo he tho shorteeti day of the year. BEETS FOR TTTB BLOOD. ' Red bents are good for the hlxl (and complexion at the seme time) and ehould be used plentifully. P. Stmt and BANN0N PIPE CO.!! flee. seaaeirs raieai i.isaec rise ter steam ceaaaits, Cmlvart atl-eru- et treat-mmK"-r- ... WORK8-Tb!rteetk- Wall Ccslas, Br&la Tilt, Yltrliea Brkl, a Fire Freelarf, Nae L!ala& Fire IrkK X Grate aa4 leller Tilt, Fire Clay, Calaaey OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. MAIN S07. PHONES CITY 873.1786,-CUMX Md Kreeklariege Niik d tee. t B. flfj ll- a4 Me!U. - . 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J Louisville Gas 311 & Electric Company, Wcst'chestnnt Street, LouiBvilU, Kentucky. Name. Address. J City. 311 WEST CHESTNUT STREET, LOUISVILLE. A.AAA.AAAAA.UAVVVVyVVVVVVVVVV V-- INVESTMENT DEPARTMENT. kkik-triU- , YYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYVYTYYTYTYYYTYYTTTf AAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA,C EXILE'S ItETURN. The Service With Greatest Number of Subscribers The v Louisville Home Telephone Company J a peaceful Christmas darning Irish doll, In a. snow-cla- d But hearts arc sad ior ono afar In a lonely prison cell. Because ho laved hla country And tried to set her tree, The alien laws have doomed him An exiled man, to bo. The mother's heart la breaking; "I've never ceooed to pray That I might see my gossoon's face Thia holy Christmas day. O Sacred Heart ot Jeans, Have you turned from me at last, You, that never, never failed mo In the sorrows of the past?" Tla Comes SHVLER AXLES Truck, Trailer and Automobile Axles. Speaks a Then she turns and cries in gladness, "Brendan, Brendan, Is it you? 'Tis the Sacred Heart has sent you, 'Tis the answer to my plea, O dear, loving Heart, forgive mo, How could I have doubted thee!" There la Joy beyond all telling Irish dell, In that snow-cla- d Pratoe ascends from hearts through; Shadow in the doorway, a voice that thrills Her o'er-flowl- ng To the Heart they love so well To the Heart that heals all sorrow, Gives all gladness and all grace, To the friend and guldoand guarOf Shuler Axle Mf g. Co. Jones and C. B. N LONG DISTANCE CONNECTIONS PERFECT FITTING SPECTACLES AND tbo faithful Gaelic race. THOUSANDS ENROLLED. dian Streets. & Co. Oculists' Prescriptions. IMOORPORJLTXD C5D IAND A EYE GLASSES COMPLIMENTS OF Southern Optical Company STS. MARY FOURTH AND CHESTNUT. AND All retorts to Lake Division head quarters In Cleveland Indicate that the Fourth Rod Cross roll call, which has been under way since Armistice day, November 11, will bo tbo most successful ever conducted In the three States of the division Ohio. Indiana and Kentucky. Mem bers of the Junior Red Cross, Boy Scouts and school children throughout Lake Division have enrolled thousands ot members in the Roll Call. In a nuinber of places high school students have taken entire direction of tho Roll Call, acting immediately under instruction from tho local Red Cross chapter. v BOTH PHONES 1050. City 4927 Main 9194 Thompson INCORPORATED LESSON FOR CATHOLICS. Bv snlendld organization and tire less work Michigan Catholics overwhelmed tho forces of bigotry In the recent election. The story of how the ilght was won in Michigan has a les son for Catholics everywhere, ur banisation Is nocessarv to- accom j)llsh anything worth while. lAnd it la I JUil JUl I ER Cmer K FLORISTS FLOWERS TELEGRAPHED EVERYWHERE 0 Nw Location 624 Fourth Ave,, at Guthrie, Louisville, Ky. MERRY XMAS Bosk Phones 180 ELIZABETH HOSPITAL LOUiSVILLE. KENTUCKY. HAPPY NEW YEAR HYMAN PICKLE CO. precisely in that point tnat uatno-llc- s are weakest In this country. Fortunately the Catholic Welfare Nirtbeast Counell comes on the scene at an opportune time to remedy this defect. Mst iW SHbcetw will depend on hav- BROADWAY AND JACKSON ing a definite, eoaciee programme te sreeeat to the country. Ne vague generalities will secure union and DANFORTH & CO. AGENTS INSURANCE FIRE,. TORNADO, SURETY, AUTOMOBILE, ' PLATE GLASS, BURGLARY, TOURIST, FLOATING. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. FRANCS AT VATICAN. - .The ef- - iwwuia to as, tmfeawy t y kill fer the m, tM rrwu uktaw Ifce reetabliBatst was Vkumb jay Nrth8t' Coratr Tkird aad Maim 8irt, 'W .& s 0SBeBe8ffi8BeB&88eB8B8B8B kckttjoky iixsix Smith-Town- - '' MisiMOAsr. "! ' CONFIRMED Evil Tendencies of BUI and What Its Promoters Want, er MENGEL c Their Objectionable Tactics Another Reason For Opposition to Measure. UP TMENKO" f 1 The Friends of Liberty of Education Mnst Now Be on tho Alert. 1 Ctv WOULD CENTRALIZE POWER. g- - A Quick Seller That Gives You a liood front. 1 Vli? COMPANY MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF Louisville, Kentucky. You Can Save Money By Buying Your CHRISTMAS GIFTS FROM THE GEM H. H. NEWMARK CO. Incorporated The Store of a Million Gifts cation Association, are prepared to secure its passage If at all possible, Is an additional Inducement to action Their readiness is evidenced by the declaration, printed In the October issue of tho Bulletin of that organization, by Fred M. Hunter, only recently elected President of that organization, 3tating: "The most Important undertaking to which our association Is committed Is the promotion of the bSl. Its passage will mean the greatest forward step ever taken In this country. No efforts will bo spared to secure Its enactment at the next Besslon of Congress. Every organization and every individual should esteem it a prlvllego to give earnest support to this great cause." Knowledge of tho nurnort and particularly of tho tendency of the Din snouiu auu incentive to the determination to prejnt It spassagc; the tactics employed by the advocates of tho measure also sorvo to arouse opposition. As to tho purpose and tendency, these have, wo believe, been carefully sot forth t'me and again In the columns ot the Catholic press. Recentfy, however, some of our contentions have boen admitted even by advocates of the bill. The School Review, ot Chicago, for instance, frankly Btates mat tno dui .provides such supervision and control of schools by Federal authority aa wo. oppose. Whllo the N. E. A. persistently shouted: "Wo propose wo do not interfere with tho several Btates," tho School Review tells tho N. E. A. and all friends of the bill: "It is a cheap campaign cry from tho housetop that the proposed department has no powers of supervision. It has as tho bill stands." Tho School iRevlew, thus asserting that tho bill provldos greater power than tho N, E. A. pretends It does, Insists that this power bo Increased, and Incidentally also that tho money appropriation bo increased by an amendment to the bill. Bays that organ which, let it bo un derstood, favors the bill: "Tho b'll ought to be amended to give to the department more power." And rethe financial aid provided AT FACTORY PRICES. garding measure, the sum of In the annually, tho School ReEasy terms. Phone us tor tree view says editorially: "Tho whole on our 1920 model In your business of the hundred trial millions Is borne. the most amateurish piece of finanWe ropalr any sewing machine. cial les'slatfon that has ever been rut before Congress. It is unworthy a period of J. C. DORSEY & CO. which isof equipped with ednoat'nn scientific methods of studying school City GU50 And as If to insist on "mora power" as often as possible, 542 E. JEFFERSON ST REE1 tho editorial mentioned continues to stato that tho teachers do not want a Federal department which would ASK FOR lack sufficient supervisory powers to bring backward States into lino. Another installment on ,thls subject yjIW' follow next week. Smith-Towner Tho opening of the last session of tho present Congress on Decomber 6 should Impress upon the friends of liberty of education the duty to be on the alert in tholr opposition to the Smith-Towneducational bill, proposing the creation ot a Federal Department of Education, with a Secretary at Its head, who Is 'flft to be a member of the President's' Cabinet. The dangerous tendencies Inherent In this bill, tho tendency to centralize power in the hands of Federal Government, to Interfere with the rights of parents in tho education ot their children, to minimize State rights, to usurp control of education, render active opposition to the bill the duty of all American citizens championing the cause of freedom of education and of opposition to Stato Socialism. The fact that the advocates of the bill, sponsored by the National Eduer M LIGHT OR DARK Write Or Phone Tpday For Prices, Etc. 3 i i : i .SI .i MENK'S BREWERY LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. c m . r PHONE CITY 912 o SINGER Sewing Machines m w i m. C. F. VISSMAN LARGEST DEALERS IN THE SOUTH IN SCO. $100,-000.0- 00 admin-la'rat'on- ." 422 Fourth Ave. DIAMOND JEWELRY S ,)LID GOLD JEWELRY NOVELTY JEWELRY SILVERWARE LEATHER GOODS FRENCH IVORY "Wo Louisville, Ky. TOILET SETS CUT GLASS CHINA PICTURES LAMPS DOLLS EWING'S DAIRY PURE WHOLESOME SAFE. C. B. of J. V. I us (I DERBY BRAND M I INDIANA MEMORIAL. New Albany Council, Knights ot Columbus, has started a campaign In New Albany and Floyd county to ralan funds for thn ir.rnnnsnrt VnMin,. Glbault Homo to be erected by the Knights of Columbus of Indiana. Tho campaign, which Is. State-wid-e, Tf la will cnntlnun SRvnrnl woolen said the location of tho proposed nome has not been designated. It Is named tor one of tho pioneer Catholic prjests of tho State. CATHOLIC BEQUESTS. Moro than $500,000 Is bequeathed to Catholic churches, hospitals, charities and schools by the wilt ot the late Angella O. Gormully, widow of Richard P. Gormully, bicycle manufacturer. The will was filed for probate in Chicago and listed the value of the estate at $700,000. Tho largest bequests are $60,000 to the Roman Catholio North American College at Rome, and $100,000 to the Catholic Bishop of Chicago for the benefit of the poor. PRODUCTS FOR THE BEST b. 1428-143- 6 HAMS United States Government Inspected., THE BEST PLACE IN TOWN TO si ROWAN STREET Both Phones. Louisville, Ky. Give and Redeem Gold and Brown Stamps. M. J. GATHOF & BRO. LADIES' SUITS, ELECTRIC c Coal Co. CLEANER CLOAKS, PRESSES,: Cleans by Air Alono. 103 Marlon E.Tayltf life Paono Us For a Demonstration. FURNISHING GOODS Main 1S7, City 37a NKST STEP. Childers Elect. Co. bargaining plus 230 FOURTH AVENUE ployes' participation industrial Bstteatea VmnUbe laeerveraUa management probably the Four-ih-On- COAL BealgM ISastera Kentucky BUY YOUR COAL Fifty Year at the Same Old Stand. Pittsburgh Fuel Co. INCORPORATED SnccesHorH t PittsburgU Coal Company. Yoar Order Solicited. Cuinb. &ffci Collective em- Near Jefferson Street. LIRIRTT BLOW CHARLES WILLMAN Plumbing and Gas Fitting . Mechaaleal Air BnglMen Manufacturers and Breetora of DUST OOliLBOTING SYSTWM We SiaVe a Specialty ot Pipe PIP1 WOXXR Work fer next step in the-- economic position of the 'worker in' many industries. The present "open shop" drive, however can thrqw" the unions back Into the narrower poliey of pr push them on to farther reaching demands. self-defen- se will in All Phones 35. be 333-3S- 5 WEST MAIN ST, MalK ?l Home City. 508 SOUTH THIRD STREET. City-135-- S8 BEST CHEW V GEM UCE CURTAIN LAUNDRY.... 1204 WEST MARKET STREET .j . KMlarllle, Keatiiaky . tiUne PkHe Crty IMS MATING 44 BAST JUFFBRBOK VWraiiATIXa KT. ST. t -- MAKR jTKNDER MKAT. Bourbon County Twist Laoe Wfc"ll LomunuM. ' v. i. mtwu nwni aihm "" "' aJ W " ui ifuu lurla' bvmmv cwikxk, oao " 1 Curtains Carefully Laundered By Hand 839 FEHR, AVENUE. J. - " nM UNEQUALLED SMOKE .1 J .. ''' U.BACONasgH sMefMfrttittftitfMtttMt''Ai "Incorporated We Qlve and Redeem Surety Coupons. . cE?.vx4aoBC$r xjRtism: AJMn&y&xcj&jst. - N H -- ,i 8v v ; FACTS A HERMAN STRAUS rOUWM AVCHUf WOWflW SONS MAWUT STRICT V I We aire v. and Redeem Oold Trading Stamps. DO YOU KNOW ABOU7 OUR ABOUT PUBLIC SERVANT. . HOUSEHOLD CLUB PLAN? A Convenient and Dignified Methoa of Purchasing Household Requirements on veferre Payments The evtetaadlajt featwree, et this BMthed are Ha cearealeBce fe auking Barchases without aay eeBslderafcle esUey of cash. The advantage et Baring ea the Clab fus during ew Yarless sale AT SAXiH PRICES. WhatCYer fa the price of the good to a cash or a charge customer, that fa also the price to a Hoeeehold Clab Flaa easterner. There fa poaltlrely ae adraaee. There are ae "confidential arraBgceBta.H It fa ceadacted apea aa epea basis with a fixed achedale of rates. The tlrat pajTBcnta aad the monthly permeate are the same to all. SURETY COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS j i A The Louisville Railway Company was organized in 1889 as a consolidation of the Central Passenger Rail- way, and the Leisville City Railway. Today it is operating 168 miles of city trackage. The numberof. cars operated varies from 311 during the hours. It carries rush hours to 125 .during non-rusannually 80,000,000 cash fare passengers and 30,000,000 transfer passengers. By construction and purchase of seven suburban trolley lines, with102 miles of track, the company has brought into intimate contact with Louisville a large and prosperous suburban population. It gives employment to 1806 persons (including the Louisville and Inter ui ban) and its annual pay roll is $2,250,000. It purchases each year supplies and materials to the amoiint of $900,000, most of which is spent in Louish v BOYS' SUITS $10 We are. offering you these Suits 1 at a very special price, just toadver tise our Boys' Department. These Suits are made of good woolen mate f terials, splendidly tailored and fin- - j ished THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW I eeeetii'M'0ftttotTfrfrft"j"'B' ' I LOOKING BACKWARD!! i Those who look backward with satisfao tion are. those who look forward with Look FORWARD every day. Open an account with this Company and deposit a little each day. It will mean many days of happy looking backward. ville. , Bonds to the amount of $12,035,000 and notes to the amount 6f $684,0.00 have been issued to provide for replacements, extensions and more modern service. All of these issues have been marketed through Louisville financial institutions. Seven'een hundred and eighteen stockholders, of whom 1,389 are citizens of Louisville, have invested $11,823,600 that this community may have an efficient transportation service. The company has served this community for more than thirty years, providing new equipment, as the needs arose, and up to the present time has been able to make extensions and improve the service to keep pace with Louisville's growth. The service it will render in the future depends on the measum of co operatioa.it receives from the citizens of Louisville. $10 SlSvlnBSSBSSSSSSSSMi (S Bsssssssa Coffee Prices Lower Wo offer our excellent lbs Blend Coffee, 2 1- -3 sml iBSSSSSB "31.25 This means only another decrease over the old price for this Coffee. This is the best Coffee for the price on the market. Give ns a trial, JOHN M. MULLOY 212 WEST MAItKET STREET. Both Phones 1323 Established 1888 LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK Por Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a total deposit of more than $13,000,000, it the monument of confidence built by tb people of touisville at this safe, conservative bank. Fidelity and Columbia Trust Co Columbia Building BSS Fourth and Main. JAMES P. BARNES, President Louisville Railway Company. INCORPORATao UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND The Oldest Trust Company in the South. I GUNN'S BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY Big Cut in Shoes Now It Will Pay You to Visit Our Store Frsra Any Part of the Gity. We Carry a Complete Line ef Shoes, and Prices on All Lines Reduced. NOTE THESE BARGAIN PRICES Booking Dates For 1921 Season Phono Yonr'Order PATRONIZE HbVE INDUSTRY. 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET. Try Our Home Made Freih Bread, Rolls and Pastry Best of Confections. Phone City C57 SMOKER S CIGARS DoteetsMf ATTENTION TOBACCO TOBACCO CIGARETTES Ladies' Brown Calf Lace, military heel, $4.95. Ladies' Genuine Brown Vici military heel, $4.95. Girls' Brown Calf, low keel, lace, sizes 2 2 to 7, $3.00 Misses' Brown Calf Lace, sizes 11 to 2, $2.89. $3 to $5, Boys' Brown Calf Lace, sizes 2 2 to 5 1-1-1-- CAMELS CUESTERFIED PIEDMONT Eighteen Cents, Two for Thirty-fiv- e liUCKY STltlKES SWEET GAPORA& $1.00 Per Carton. AMERICAN CUT-RAT- E STORES 5, aaWatw.;ara.ftIt SSSSapjfcflSMflMSMMEBMMy gfvt trHaraMEayvTaaw Sa22ar.J;iwyialaW jcrs.gSSSiJqssscSP- eeeeeeeeeeeeseeee0eeeeeeeett IK JaWWMBWWjfc...-y-- Preston and Jefferson "bftSOKPOKAraD I 213 West Jefferson Out of the Uigh Boat District. Open Evenings Till O. 'iffijgffnpSfiiSSSKasy .j ym " SPALDING SHOE CO. EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. SjpBjpQB9BBB9MpQiBflHBBBJBHS COAL REDUCED! Taylor Lump $8.80 Per Ton. BKtnmmmr DON'T FORGET THAT 0RAYV0N ALLMEN Sanitary Milk Co. IMCOHrOBJL1 IS THE HOME OF PURE MILK Tbo steamer America, a new boat In the local excursion business, har-ing met with such' unprecedented success this season, Is making ar-- l rangoments already for next season. t. C. C. Fuller when seen said: "The 1920 season has been moro than expected, we having got a late start In booking trips for all day and moonlights. For next year we will take out ad cablnij on tho dance floor, making the dance floor on the America the largest and best on Western waters and In addition TEMJEltfc AMERICA Fuller I Cap-Ca- y r ' - - nr m, minium minim Mum m n Byrne Speed Coal Corporation INCOWORATJTO "ASK YOUR GROCERS." MMtMMMMOMeMtMMtfttMMteMttM Te bo certain to secure NEW ALBANY. -- ynr Captain thousands of mora incandescent will be pleased to bulbs will shine at night, making meet with any committee of any organization, church, club, or society the boat look like a 'ball of fire.' "The America is the fastest boat for booking dates for the eummor of p 1921, and Is ready .now to contract on the Ohio river," said the tain, "and after undergoing several for all day trips, moonlights and coata of paint in the early .spring Fern Grove trips for next season. she wljl be tho prettiest floating Captain Fuller can be reached by amusement craft on Western phones, Main or City 141, or Louiswaters." ville & Cincinnati Packet, Third and Tho America le owned and oper- River Wharf. If lnconvonlent to ated by the LoulsVili'.o & Cincinnati 6ee him, ho or a representative of Packet Company, and has made the company will be pleased to call many friends during this season. on you. desired dates for season of 11)21 It Is advisable to select same now. I 315 Guthrie Street. Both Phones 315. & ANDER LUMBER Bruadwsjr Doors High Class Furniture AT LOWEST PRICES. ! Carpets, Stoves and Ranges, Lace Curtains and Linoleums. Brighten Up Electrically! hospitable and attractive this winter by tlje the addition ef attractive and correct lighting Make your he-ne .xf nrooKPOKA' JAMES GREENE 415, 417 and 419 East Market St. fl5fABLE5, PLOOR LAMPS, LIGHTING FURNITURE ELECTRIC SPECIALTY 598 WKST JBFFSRSOX COMPANY CityS7 Fara Ligbtisg Plants. j Vain 190 &yrfi rk WMfeer wm Wjc. Uaiyertal hearsing a' new mass, which was ERECT MARBLE ALTAR. sung for the first time Sunday Holy Name church, at Third and The Catholic Community Center morning. In the afternoon there of New Albany and Floyd county, waa vespers, sermon by Father Dan- - O streets, has been frescoed and a handsome marble altar is being whlch contemplate the erection of diction, which closed the retreat. on avmuHm ortrfitinn in tiio v. m t. is hoped to have the After the benediction the English erected. It to be used Christmas club house for a community house, conference of the Third Order of !tar ready aay. Tne uev. jonn o uonnor, tne has filed articles of Incorporation. St. Francis was It Is announced that the Purpose of being very large.held, the Attendance rastor, has other plans for beautify ing the Interior ot this handsome the corporation is to provide for the edifice, but will be finable to put social, physical, intellectual and them all Into effect until the spring. moral advancement ot Catholics In fourteenth; anniversary. tho rliv nnH rniintv. Thfl organiza Under Father O'Connor's pastorate. Sunday was the fourteenth tne Holy Name congregation nae tion will be governed by fifteen dl- ) one of the largest in the die-rectors who .shall be elected for & anniversary of the founding ot St'. church, Thirty-fift- h and CG0Q term of three years, five to be ed each year. Directors named in. Market, by the Rev. John D. Kala-th- e WEDDING JUBILEES. articles ot incorporation are her, who still continues Its zealous' John A. Coady, Alvtn Corcoran, and faithful pastor. The event was Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Decker, William H. Kaiser, George A. Kraft, celebrated by an anniversary high William T. Miller, George J. Morer, mass la the morning and in the 1702 South Second street, have been William J. Receuver, Fred Rlts, Ed- evening was commemorated particu- enjoying a happy revival of their win Tlghe. Michael C. Thornton, larly by the Holy Name Society, honeymoon ot fifty years ago. They John J. Walter. Frank, J. Zoeller when there was special services and were married on December Wkr Mm Mae a sermon by a Dominican father. and on Monday of last week they and Misses Bitsaeetb fertiktest jubilee anniHackel and Mary S. Kelly. The Holy Name Society te especially celebrated the golden Wfccr Um wet of the Dominican order, and now versary of the event with their chil' has many members all through the dren, grandchildren and the bridesSANG NEW MASS. United States. St. Columba'a parish maids and groomsmen of halt a cen- Where the eeeked beet The retreat for the young people has grown rapidly since Father tury ago. It Is the earnest wish of their of St. Boniface congregation, con- Kalwler built his church, and a Vparedmany friends' that they may be Where the e Uae to eelebrate their diamond ducted by Rev. Daniel Ltalert, O. F. handsome brick school house is the the leet jubilee. 8 ml under the auspices of the pride of the congregation. M.. Qliet's where Ae sodalities, came to a close with im"Qulek Meal" FRANKFORT. MANY RUSH "WORK. pressive ceremonies. At the solemn hiKh mass there was general comA large fore of ntM-ha- v mo at Midshipmen. Leonard .Sower, (QeJeh Meal Oeeltweiee munion, and the members who approached the ratling bespoke the work placing a new tito roof on St. TaoBMM French and Udolphe Brad- BoeeeM of the retreat. St. Bealfexe Mary's church In New Albany, and lev will eosie from Annapolis for ehok", gacler the direction ot Fret th Tarsetln. which, swt SS.SM, k' OfcrlstiMM day and will he with their Mpletod. rMU la Fxaakfert. A. J. HeMMgrsJt, It De-co- Sash radlttliK 's ALL LUMBER CNDER MOOT Where the QuicK Meal Comes In urc-ecKe- r, -- f.ftbt GEHER & SON, ffl lll SU, laWalleii 1 KaZZnHe Where wcrk le 4oae Where eoekhm even reel fw efcree Where ltxhtt Where draae le eal,ev bldc fee 1 wkete Sh That's "Quiek Meal" eaewfr t Highly Meeeaiateae w. maIIoet it,