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Kentucky render IRISH AMERIGlN Justice and rjhnrifv nm iha itwln pillars of Christian civilization. They .are set up in the hearts and the minds and the souls of Christ's followers, and If Ch.rJshIn.Tm nr f.mn tn the principles of Justice and charity they will leaven tjio whole world with the spirit of Christ; they will reflect tho light of Christ through-ot- u iDtve darkest nlaces: and will nn. eomnJ.laii thfllr on a tiwi Aniv rfn llfo, namely, to love tho Lord God ana jhs cnnaren, tnoir .renow men. Let us relolce that the Grat. War's terrihl aftermath of private sorrow and public calamity shows signs of being lessened, and that tho light of hope may be discerned through the darkness of tho age. Particularly in our own. dear land do wo perceive this light, and if wo are truo to its InsnlrnMon WW mar aviortA It-blessingV to other nations less fa- voreu oy Aimignty oa. i race our futuro not only without armmlwm- sion, but with unshaken faith In our American Institutions, because these are basedupoa tho message of unnsuanaiy. good will means a true willingness to be Just, and to bo charitable. ' Srery Drlrer aa Btcort LMrfrHfTMhik t Trmftt It laeorporatoe 1600 VOLUME XLV.NO. 26. "Just So LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1920. tian religion on its human side; and PRICE PIVE CENTS. those inspiring selections: tho Crooks Get By" and "The Long, Long Trail of tho Bootleggers." The only criticism of this band is that all of its renditions have a flavor of "Turkey in the Straw" running through Ahem, and Amused at Camouflago Hirqwn Out some unkind critics eay that's beHANDS ACROSS THE SEA. cause the bank (performers played by Morrow and Republican only at Podunk dances until a year or two ago when they came to town .Machine. to be a city constable, by gosh! But back to1 Col. Petty's fall. Sunday morning ho addressed the Bible class church Reformers Allow Phono Gougo Bui of the Portland Presbyterian Monday and the Louisville Herald Oppose Raise For Street Car morning said in part: "Col. Petty paid tribute to the men of tho police Company. department and tliolr willingness to give tho city tho best in them." . But in Justice to Col. Petty he made one statement that all will agree with tliio Ho eaid Col. rotty's Bible Class Lecture that I1I9 police department could not please everybody. Bravely '. Prologue of Dizzy Keystone ' spoken, Chief, as all will agree with Whirl. you that the Keystone cops are not pleasing everybody. But, anyway, Col. Petty got wldo advertisement from his Sunday Bible class lecture, KEYSTONEHS GO ON A RAMPAGE but the. Koystoners spoiled it all as usual. Tho morning Ipapers carried the story of Col. Potty's Bible class adHowdy Ed Morrow, Kentucky's dress, but Monday evening tlio newsGoyernor, who boars the distinction boys on tho corners woro shouting: of being elected In one yoar by la "Poipcr, poinper, all about big, po40,000 majority and repudiated, by lice scandals." In tho Wfth police the same voters the next, was in the district Patrolmen Paul McQuady political limelight this week. Mor- .and Bill Leo staged a battle royal row said that he was opposed lo while making a post at Jackson and How the big army of calling an extra session of the Legis- Roselane. lature because of the' burden. It crooks in our midst would have would Impose on the taxpayers, this that spectacle. "With club and causing much amusement. The real gun the two Keystoners walloped objection to calling the extra session each othor all over tho street and Is not because of the burden to the when tho smoke of battle cleared away Leo had to be taken to the taxpayers, but becauso the jnaclilno can not mus- hospital and McQuady had to bo ter enough strength to put over the taken homo for repairs. Then tho redisricting bill. In the House the censor got on tho Job. When reRepublicans have a majority, but In porters called up Caipt. Hoimerding-e- r, of tho Fifth district, he denied tho Senato It Is a tie rote, 19 and 19. During the regular session Sen- all knowledge of a fight and said ator Burton a Democrat from Grant there were no police of that name county, voted with the Republicans, on his roll call. The cause of the .preach a policy that John Bull prac Tories and and Lieut. Gov. Ballard would cast fight which left that district unproin his own way. per example tected is unknown. It Is said by tices the deciding vote, As when his vote decided tho voting some that Lee and McQuady fought certificate repeal law, which gave over as to who raised tho best crops the negroes tho privilege of voting "back hum," while others say the throe or four .times to tho white argument was as to who was the man's once.' But now Burton re- most valuable to a street car tho fuses to perform for tho Republican motorman or the conductor. Neither E machine any more, and tho fact that wiU be punished severely by tho if he did tho nineteen Democrats Board of Safety, which follows its could block tho machine measure by regular rulo of (putting all drunks The following, affidavit ot the leaving the hall, has put a quietus back on again when tho public isn't Rev. Michael Moraly, of Hetford, Galway, was r&ad to the Commison the redisricting Jobbery. And looking, two of that kind, lost week " I Howday Ed said it was because he being appointed. Tho board list consion: to eave tho taxpayers money. tained tho names of the two drunken 31,; 1920. On the 12th wanted "October Today he returns from Marion, cops picked up at Eighteenth and of September, 1920, after the burntry to persuade Kentucky several months ago. And ing and sacking ot Tuam, an anonywhere he was sent to Harding to put Tobe Hort in his to add to Petty's misery tho Times Declare Themselves Horrified at Mis. mous letter delivered to mo stated Sends Clirlstmas Greetings to tho Cabinet, Morrow carrying a nice o said that he must look to his police. that if anything .happened to tho poCatholic Press and tho Amerirule That Prevails Throughout scrap book of the Herald effusive How about Buningame, Johnson and licemen I must die even If .they had can People. to go to the chapel to get me. On Ireland. editorials and all the nice things Selllgman, of tho Board of Safety, October 3, at 12:30 a. m sixteen said about Tobe at the Ballard flour who reappointed three police fired for drunkenness In the nasfc two British soldiers, commanded by a mill dinner. , wi-.,. .,.Haie-..a-t. 'MaJorfforclblyenteteU my htjuse. TRoform' "Wbrksriifa mysterious "weeks dnd refused topunis"h; an es way and no one can prejudge or ex- caped fugitive from Tennessee serv- Tlireo Inquirers For Society of They smashed Jn tho door ot my Cardinal Gibbons, Sees New Light housekeeper's room and at .tho plain the moves of a real reformer. ing on the (police force? Piercing tho Darkness of Friends Tell of Ruins They Saw point of a revolver compelled her to With Monday's story of Col. PetThe Cumberland.- and Homo Telegot out of bed, while they searched phone and the Street Car Companies ty's lecture on his efficient police Everywhere. the Age.- have been bombarding the city ad- was a,card from R. D. Wlgginton In that and everything else in tho l, room. They entered my room and who said that if The the ministration on their rates. phone' companies want a continua- he were a housebreaker, bank robthrew books, sacred vessels! and tion of their war rate, whldh means ber or murderer he would locate- In Sir Horace Plunkett Will Ajpcar clothes around tho room in their Christ Child Roarch, while one man held a re big money to them, while tho Street Louisville, as four notorious bank Before the Washington volver to my head. The taldlng Still Leads tho World .on Oar Company wants Its first raise in robbers had Just lived for four party brought John Flaherty to my fares. Now hero is .the mystery. montlts om East Magnolia avenue Commission. Clirlstmas.' hoiiso, and when they left took him Incidentally Near Mayor Smith and nearly the without molestation. along. Tm minutes later I heard entire administration, liavo worked they lived across the street from piteous ampeals for mercy and blows. untiringly In favor of tile phono Patrolman Claude Beanblossom, who This continued for five minutes, companies, but are bitter opponents resides at 325 Magnolia. Here's an UNSHAKEN FAITH IN AMERICA. of the Street Car Company. In the other funny angle In connection with BROKE INTO PRIEST'S HOUSE. when I heard the lorries depart. "The next day I saw Flaherty and Board of Aldermen Tuesday evening Chief Petty's lecture. In the same he testified that he had been strip of Monday with Lawton and Thatcher, oX the City Courier-Journped and beaten In the street. Ho Attorney's office, were present, and Potty'u address all of tho Ipolioo CapAll (liberal elements in Encland. was In a terrible condition his Thatcher was asked point blank by tains were Interviewed and they all The Press and Publicity DepartPresident Kirwan as to which he agreed In saying that Louisvlllo had especially the numerous and Influ body lacerated and discolored. On ment of tho National Catholic Welwas representing, the taxpayers from one of the best and most intelligent ential sect of Quakors, are horrified October G the military arrested me. fare Council has received by cable whom ho is a servant or the Cum- departments in the country. Then by revelations of military misrule In I was sentenced to nlno months hard from His Holiness, Pope Benedict Pro- came the deluge. Robbery after rob- Ireland, says Paul J. Furnas, a dele- labor because a few rounds ot am- XV., tho following Christmas greet berland Telephone Company. fessional men, business men and bery came Monday and the only one gate to. the World Conference of the munition I had as curiosities were ing no the catholic newspapers, to those representing civic organiza- caught was Clint Pierce breaking Society of Friends recently held in found in the house. After serving too iaitniul and to tho whole Amer tions bitterly opposed the telephone into a Jewelry store on East Market London. Mr. Furnas, a resident of ten days - in the Galway Jail I was Icon, people: And the censor never lot New York, is treasurer of the Gen- released. The raiders stole five gouge, calling attention to the big street. With tho utmost satisfaction wo reductions now going on in wages this get out. Pierce was aflrerman eral Food Products Company of that pounds In money I had in tho tako the opportunlty of tho an of appointed by tho present Board of city. He appeared before the Amer- house." and commodities. The mention preaching sweet Christmas to Hearings before tho commission Bend our paternal .greetingstime tho the big reduction in wages, tho un- Safety. As for the alibi of tho Cap- ican Commission on Conditions in to were to be resumed Wednesday. newspapers adherent to tho National bigger wave of Ireland In Washington. He said: employment of thousands and the tains, there is a "At the outset of the conference Among those invited to testify is Sir Catholic Welfare Council ot tho genoral hard times since Harding's crime here than possibly any other of threo English Horace Plunkett. election didn't seem to sit well with city this size in tho country, but a delegation united States of America, and the Aldermen or County Attorney tho pnblic is not given tho news of Friends was appointed to investigate through them 'to the faithful, and Ireland and report to the conferTODAY'S MASSES. Matt Chilton, Paul Burllngame, Fire to tho whole American people. We ence. They were John Henry BarChief Neunschwander and the others (Continued on Fourth Page.J neariuy wisn tnat tuo saw news low, Roger Clark and Miss Edith All should remember that today, papers, under the wlso and paternal who were flitting in and out. But Ellis, a sister of Lady Palmer. Their the Feast of the Nativity of Our guide of despite the protests of tho citizens Episcopate, may de HOLIDAY VISITORS. report which was unanimously ap- Lord Jesus Christ is a holy day of velop ever the Aldermen Johnson, Miller, Morton, more widoly their action Schardeln, Schoppenhorst, Viel and Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Flaherty proved by tho conference, absolutely obligation, and Catholics are bound Tor tho good of tho peopffie arid tho Willson voted for tho phone gouge. Arrived Tuesday evening from Great horrified the delegates, most of to assist at the holy sacrifice. In defence of the oatrimonv of doc whom were English men and wo- all tho churches of the diocese thero trine and charity hold by tho Cath Tho scene shifted to the lower board, where the reformers are not Falls, Mont., to spend the holidays men. They found two complete will be special masses from 5 to olic cnurcft for tho benefit of huMr. and Mrs. William M. Hig-gi- governments In Ireland, one the re- 10:30 o'clock this morning, with manity. Well acquainted eo .suave or smooth las the gentlemen with with the and Miss Hattie Hlgglns, 110 publican, supported by at least Christmas musical programmes In serious purposes ot American. Cathwho comprise the upper board, arid attempts to make the taxpay- East Burnett avenue. Before re- 80 . per cent, of the people; the each. Christmas day is distinguish- olics and their devotion towards their ers swallow the sugar coated pill of turning they will visit Col. and Mrs. other, or crown government, they ed above all other liturgical festi- this Apostolic See, while wo 6end vals by having appointed' for It to ithem our paternal benediction we higher taxes were amusing. First Thomas D. Cllnes, Audubon Park, found confined to a few urban centers and resting uoon a three masses in place of one. On express the wish that their activity they emphasized their regard for and Mr. end Mrs. Joseph N. Higglns, .constant campaign ot murder, other days In the year, except on near Mayor Smith by completely Ig- 1600 Dlwood avenue. ' fertile field, of the press may John Halllhan, who is a student at lessness and intimidation. Theirlaw November 2, according to a recent iri theever more abundant noring his request for tho same tax In boar fruits decree ot His Holiness Pope Bene- and, like, the evangelical mustard at- St Moinrad's College, is home for vestigations included Dublin, Bel rate as this past year. Then the the holidays with his parents, Mr. fast, Limerick, Cork and Galway. dict XV., omly by a special I6ave Eeed, grow into a strong and tempted hokem performance began. The leading statesman of the board, and Mrs. Jerry (Halllhan, Portland Everywhere they saw the ruins of and because of somo real necessity mighty tree which under tho shadburned houses and buildings. Chil- can a priest say oven two masses. ows ot its branches will gather all Honorable Nicholas Denunzlo, ma- avenue. dren are driven terror striken into On Christmas day he is bidden, to the souls thirsting after truth, all jestically arose to his feet and told DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. the fields and woods to seek safety celebrate and to communicate three the hearts boating for the good. how much this administration was times over. In most churches and at night." doing for the schools, the city to got BENEDICT XV. P. M. Daughters of Isabella will enThe Mrs. Nellie Craven, of No. 1701 chapels, be they over so humble, only $1.40 and the schools to get sub3crlp- - Rhode Island avenue, Washington, there will be placed in tho sancsixty cents of the ?2 tax rate. Then tertain their friends with a From Cardinal Gibbons: Councilman Mcintosh and President tion dance next Tuesday evening at who returned on November 3 from tuary or at a side altar the repreWe. ought to rejoice particularly rue cnaperones a visit to her parents in Hetford, sentation ot the crib or stable of on this Christmas occasion because Jako Isaacs tried their hand at me uyjer ioici. In many ot the hypnotizing the taxpayers Into be- will bo Mesdamcs W, T. Meehan, J. Galway, gave the (following testi- Bethlehem. again Is tho world reminded churches the cribs ore very beauti- one Jesus Chrjet, our Saviour and lieving that they woro getting a low B. Arbogust, J. C. Hood, John. Hol- mony: that Schim-pele"Hetford Is a tiny place. Only ful, costing hundreds of dollars. Bui our God, became man for oureakea, tax rate. The burden of all their land; Joseph Mulhall, Henry Span-IngFrank Walters, Joseph about thirty 'Black and Tans' wore Blmplo or not, tho "creche" tells the talk was that the taxpayer must forus, us, and Misses Margaret Boyle, stationed thero, , On September 13 same story ot the Infant Jesus born and Jived for for and worked for for get all about tho isxty cents for the us, and prayed and thought , schools. In other words. It you are Annabelle Cochran, Frances Shanley, the curfew law was imposed. A in the mangef-- the Blessed Mother us, and suffered for us, and died few days later tho 'Black and Tans' and St. Josoph kneeling near, with for us and for us arose again a taxpayer you must convince your- Dorothy Sehon. raided our house, took away my adpring ohopherds from the hill- tho grave, triumphant over pain,from self that you tare only paying a and BASKETBALL. youngest brother, a lad of nineteen, sides, and aloft the angels bearing sorrow and allure and death, arid $1.40 tax rate, and the other sixty who had never been identified with the Christmas 'message, "Gloria in ascended into Eternal Llfo, tracing cents comes .from Santa Claus or In fast games played Tuesday Sinn Tein, stripped ,hlnv ot his Excelslg Deo!" some good fairy. Tho $2 tax rate its pathway for all of us. We sfeould stand as a pillar of reform night tho CaUhollc Basketball League clothes and beat him with the butts should thanK Him, and ptratoe Him developed several surprises. Far of rifles until several teeth wore HELPING WAR VICTIMS. to near Mayor Smith land ate far that Ho shows ua not only the Offerings wilL be received tomorwho were elected oa a throws and star plays were feature, knocked out, and he was .unconway through the perils and and each of tho six teams showed scious. We carried him home; and row in- the. Catholic churchee in safe platform of lower taxes and econtime unto the bike ot Improvement that promises close and he did not totally recover coosclope- - every country la the world on be-- miseries ot Joy, but also for omy. The new tax rato Is the higheverlasting exciting games for the balance of the ness 'iiu me next. ay. i tninK tney half ot tho children in all countries, He points out th way, whereby that est in the history of the city of wo Mackin Council' holds thelwere looking for his older brother. who are suffering because of the may find ogrem Louisville, and to make it doubly season. from the crowding were sore World War. The day has been, iixed burdensome assessments have been lead, with St. X, Bertram! and who was a. volunteer, age baffling problems Trinity tied for second place, and, K. at not finding him. On October 19 in an encyclical letter issued to, the and arrive at a just oadof the conrateed to a top notch flure. and stable Pride goeth before a fall and no of C. and Vernon bringing tap the they raided the home And public churdh by Pope Benedict. The Ite dition of chriMzaUoa hero and now. house of my cousin, Michael Wateh, fixed is the Sunday precediag Holy "Peace upon earth to all men of one realises thia better tba Chief rear. in Galway, smashed everything in Innocents' day, December 28. The good will!" woe tho message of the i of Police Petty, who Just would per-atVISITED BY SENIORS. A the place, took, ail the money and appeal of the Pontiff thle year dif- herald sagels who announced hfls in going around to Bible claw check fh the till, 'and other, money fers from thet ot last year in that coming, and meeting oa- Sunday and proudly promlee The eeators ot the Holy Reeary they found la the boitee. Alter get-ti- n k Include a ree.ueUJor help JoV failed, wlU never fall, andhas never telMug the good brother and uietera very druak. they took him awmy children ia every country deraeteied Hail, for God'e worde are can. not spfo&dkl, ettietent, momi po-- Academy left Monday for Sprlng-Melwhet a creeetvw with jtfle. 'Next, day his body, with by the war. while UmLot 1S19 aeked Truth, 0ko will it J which, ig the where tney attended the department we had. At the itfven by St. Oatherlnets -- Aeauewy a Huuet-jm tM temple, fcta ituiarte the tor help fair tor the children, ot ooadRkHJ. of Apeee upon, earth; good eoacbttton. found" floating to the quy.H Xajwtoae oreliVa would and greatly eajofted fthelr vhrtt. Central e fUDWMWt K .im UJttte- M POLITICIANS CONFIRMED Statement of President-EleHard-in- g Interpreted as Endorse: . ment of Bill. ct . Government Should Extend Aid For Education of All tho, Children. Opposition Not Confined' to Avowed Advocates of Parocliial ,, , Schools. AIMS HAVE BEEN VEILED. en-Joy- ed -- pro-Engli- sh T- QUAKERS HOLY FATHER llt-tl- . -- -- , - Courier-Journa- - al ns well-guard- -- . r, er feMow-reforme- rs , ad ot tbt H. Mg-mea4e- 4. bsr d, w From Cardinal O'Connell: Additional weight is added to the Over nineteen hundred years ago, frank avowal of ajms, .. heretofore In a cave In the heart of the Mils frequently veiled by the publication of Bethlehem, Mary, tho mother of of a statement in the October Issue n uod, "brought forth- her and wrapped. Him in swaddling of tho N. E. A. Bulletin, given by President-elec- t Harding to 4 comciotnas ana aaia Him in a man mittee appointed by the N. E. A. ger." interpreted as an endorsement The Word was made flesh and andthe aims of the N. E. A., regardcame to dwell amonst us. Tho of heavens shone with glory and re- ing the diiscussed bill. According to the Bulletin, Harding, having been sounded with tho song ot angel appealed to to endorse the oholrs. A few shepherds, to whom bill, the Angel of the Lord had announc mitted myselfsaid: "I have comto tho creation of a ed tidings of great Joy, knelt in Deriartment of Public reverence' to tho Saviour of man- necessary governmentalWelfare as a agency for Heaven kind. and .earth were grammo for united In tho angelic message of social justlco the promotion ot and human wel"Peace on earth to men of good fare. Without Interferwill." ing in, any way with the To the infant Christ, in tho huand mility of the manger, tho shepherds cation bymanagement of public edutho States, the Federal gave full riosaesslon of their hearts, Government for they were tho children of God. the States should extend aid to for the promotion of Tho (jjlttlo Child of Bethlohom had physical education, the Americanizacome to his own and his own gladly .,n received Him. There was no room tion Of tho fornlcn luini (li for Him In itfhe Inn at Bethlehem, cation of Illiteracy, the better train- "s but there was welcome, peace and free vi uHicuers anu tor promoting educational opportunities for all adoration in the hearts of thoso who tho children nf .ill .tho, had been awaiting tho fulfillment WWlo this statement is vague and of tho Words of the Prophet. Pity Indeed It were if that welcome, uuuBBroireuy anaerinite, it is perhaps nn .t. peace and adoration were but for a more .than bill; at any rate, it day, and that Bethlehem should grow cold to the hearts of men. But' shows tho tendency we have proven w tju ai of the Smith. tho coming of tho Christ Ciilld was billL And me Douom a 4a ithn m v. !,. not to. be in vain, Tho Infant in as an endorsement of the measure. swaddling clothes was to warm for all tlmo the hearts of those who is iiuB use or Harding's statement characteristic of tha tactics would hut follow Him, Down by tho N. E. A., as la also through the course of tho centuries the tho ihost of shepherds multiplied with' use of tho worda tho and each (recurring ChristmaTfound ment of States" and "encourageeducation la tho States." It at tJho crib, of Bethlehom the in- is llkewisn . nf T.t- creasing ibomago 6f-- a joyful world. policy to insinuate- - that" oplposltloil Tho love of Christ was to endure hj une oiu forever, for the gates of hell could tho avowedm question da confined) to paronot prevail against Man could chial ChjOOl- 'advocates of the .COisvnt Thn n.hlrntrn not but surrender his heart to Him Review who was to bring redemption. Satan National refers to the Bulletin of tho Education Association) as and the powers of darkness waged laying great the fact a constant war, and though at times the TarOChIal streas "on..Intfvraata that: school nm victory seemed about to set upon opposed to the bill and that tho blU their banners, the "light that shone is being misrepresented by somo who in tho darkness" lhas blinded and centralize control," scattered them. In our own time say athat It will fact, As matter of wiidwiuoVn tho world has felt tho shock of Sa- friends and patrons tan's cohorts. For a time she seem-- schools, Catholic, ot the parochial ed stunned hatred, dissensions and Jewish, can not help Protestant and seeing that tho envy appeared about to crush her, but once again she Is turning her bill threatens tho Tlnn nt vate, and especially of .the parochial face toward Bethlehem and is' pick- schools. But they neither woro nor ing up and weaving tho frayed are alono in threads of Christian charity and position. Wo tholr attitude of opremind the Teadors of rraternai that once tho more she may put on the mantle of Dean strong opposition voiced by Muy the coming sity; Barris. of ninHTin.tM Tin Won. her Creator. Bird S. Coler, and Christmas bring to humanity a last President Hadley, of YaUe; lately by by Presing recognition, of the only hopo of ident Hibben salvation and a complete conversion Commissioner of Trinity; toy Finley, of Education, of tho to "The Way, tho Truth and the State York, and by W, A. Life." On Christmaa the Christ Child Sadd, of New tho ono ot is leadirig, it Is tho day of incar- ing tho American. speakers, address- . Bankera' ABsocto-donnate love, the day that has mado us None of theso men are brothers In Christ, tho day which fied with Catholic parochial identischools, tills our hearts with the peace ot rate; and their position heaven. That peace, and that peace at any rates them above tho susalone, haa left tho Impress of true should of being swayed by ".paro-cM-al happiness on the world throughout picion school interesls" Mnisvwnr the long, long years. It will never tho arguments advanced in nnr fall to warm the hearts of tho chil"For the dren of light and be to them an in- pamphlet, are none Freedom of Education," of them arguspiration and a benediction. ments Jieflecdnr it.ho intAmata nf parochial schools "per so." They TROVniE FOR ORPHANS. aro all arguments based on the position taken by the writera as citiMore than 100,000 orphans in the zens, as champions of tho rlghlta of will be parents and of the States, as chamUnited States and Canada provided with Christmas cheer In va- pions of democratic distribution rious forms, according to estimates power rather than centralization of ot made by Supreme Secretary William power, and as antagonists ot State J. McGinley. of tho Knights of Co- Socialism. lumbus. "Subordinate councils of In faot, it appears ho K. of C. are signalling their N. E. A. has hp.eun that even the to imdnivhn.i complete turning from war to the bill wholly peace work by making a that atana tnein its present form can nox unified drivo on unhapplness in hun- on the broad test of criticism based ground of American dreds of American and Canadian or- idealst phanages," lav announced. "In all itions for Fpr suggestions' and (petparts of tho country local chapters been given,revision of thoInbill have expression and councils of the Knights are ar- friendly to the .bill and Ao theorgans Jf B. ranging to visty orphanages on A. But a riwWdn mwmii ' -' Christmas day with gifts ot toys, without femoscuTatlng tho bild, be- candy and clothing. It Is the largest unified Christmas gift movement the bill with fosterling1 is so vitally that councils of tho K. of C. have in it aa yet undertaken. More than fifty or- inherent It Is for to make revteloa-futlle- . this reason that phanages will receive toys from the America, in its editorial columns, K. ot C. toy shop for facetiously suggests compromise soidfera at St. Elizabeth's Hospital, IniVoKvln thA fnTlrtnrlni a rutin-,.,Washington, D. C." Eliminate tho $100,000,000 annual' appropriation. y BOSTON HONORS WIDOW. Strip tho proposed secretary ot all power to review, obliging ihlm to Thousands ot sympathizers with accept any educational iprogramme the causo of Ireland .paid tribute in tho State may wish to iproaent. Boston on Sunday to Mrs. Muriel Deny him all power to examine MacSwiney, widow of the late Iho schools .in any State or to reMacSwiney, Lord Mayor ot quire reports from any State. Cork, and to Miss Mary M. MacDon't mako Ihim a Cabinet ofSwiney, his sister. Forty thousand ficer at aM. persons, it is estimated, escorted the The bill, thus amended, would' no longer be tha 0 same bill. to an uptown hotoj, and Station It being possible to commore gathered at night in Me- promise oa It, there raiUiae aoh-ba- g Mac-- 1 chanics' Hall to hear Miss but open, 4tetive oppoBitfoa. Let Swiney. Mrs. MacSwiney, who had every friend of freedom of eduea been announced tta a speaker, did tlon advtee hie representative in not paanear, remaining at her hotel. tho Con grew that they muet oppose this bill and simllAr bllfa reTESTIFY AS TO BURNING. flecting the me teadeaclm ft te the duty ot American, ettiaeae to Eye witnesses of tho burning of. watch and work aavd pray a Cork are expected lp- - Washington to ceatHtlieaittoa which wWi rob ifcte testify before the Commission ot the nation of the eoasUtuOoaal Kberl g Ues. Committee of One .Huudred Liberty of eduoaMefU ik coAllio8 .In Ireltwd the' endeagered. "Jfteiafcl week of December 28. ie the of liberty. " first-borSmlth-Town- er .... edu-tro- B ni Srnlth-Town- er om-rfloy- ed n rhrmr-torta.Hr- it , m-- I '- shell-shock- ed . Ter-oh- co Smith-Town- er 10,-00- afcit laveeti-ga-tln- eeri-oue- iy rigf-taee pte r s L jBOMrruoKTsr COMING EVENTS. jocish ajmcssjzlz&azi K&NTU6KY IRISH flMERKSffll, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Mm SoeM sd Motil Advaoemeat ol Irish Acurkae tad CatfaoUes bWh te Offleially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians.(Yonnc Mea's Institute and Catholic Knights of America. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Incorpccttd. Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINQLECOPY 5c AM 319-32- 1 December 31 New Year evo entertainment, attomioon and night, by ladies ot Altar Society, In St, Cecilia's Hall. ' ISLE OP THE SHAMROCK. Isle of i the Shamrock, wo sing praisoj to thee, Sacred tlly story, thy raro minstrelsy; Long, long thy struggle In FreeEntered at the Loultvllle Poitotllee at Sccond.CIaii Mutter. dom's Just cause, 0 IRISH AMERICAN, Wist Lfarty StfMt to tfce KEHTUCKY CHMlcatlon Mfcws Emerald Isle against Britain's stern laws. Of thy woes, Ireland, welrd dirges aro sung, TOADES $32! CcjuNCtufr Fates most unkindly, thy heart strings have wrung; The harp that resounded In Ttfra's great 'hall i DECEMBER 25, 1920 Has tonfe remained mute, covered LOUISVILLE, KY I "Can I Get My Money Back" ? - ANY if It can bo reached. On a small Shamrock, the emblem of Ireland 7 oppressed. above all else the scale. foAin of the farmers aro the ' season o good will. The Saviour worst offenders la this line. Well, I HP springs eternal In each loyal . .. . breast: Himself gave us the greatest exam- mo innocent aro sunering witn tno Ago atter age were tny nopes cruci"of ple of universal good will and of guilty in these times. fied. Martyrs and heroes for country have I compassion for all mankind by his indied. ENGLISH BRUTALITY. coming to earth and remaining Right (has been held In subjection by among us, clad with our infirmities. Might, The. Walking in the footsteps of our Sav grows sad condition in Ireland Over the sunshine descended tho every day. Indiscrimi worse night; iour, cultivation good will towards nate killing of innocent citizens by Como back, oh, Erin, to thy perfect 7 all, Is, as Bennett says, "the L.ioya ueorges liiacic ana Tan sav- day, Savings-Iof one's own happiness." ages seems to bo a (pastime for the Killarney again shall ring mirthful g, In a day of greed and sordid lay, ' brutes. Now that Congress will' connvestment Winifred Callahan. the Inspiring example of the vene in ' a few days, we still hope awaken Christian rI Godman should some American statesman will hearts to the duty of practicing that that steps good will and that attitude of ben- rise to the occasion and take to at least in a measuro put a stop evolence towards all which are at to ' Irish massacres and burning up the same time the surest way to hap- of villages, creameries and factories. piness. In serving others we serve continuTho acts of the Black and Tan ourselves. In practicing i'good will" ot Merlin and devils (with apologies to the dogs Akron, Ohio, aroJames toHogan, the spend here Avages towards all, especially the lowliest of that species) rival in fiendish holidays. and poorest of God'fl children,1 we brutality a tho atrocities of tho Turks conMrs. Kate Curren and family havo gain his grace and love. "Amen, I on tho Armenians and others. The moved into their new home on West say 'to you, as long as you did It to reading public fully realizes that St. Catherine street. one of these, my least brethren, you Irish independence is not a local 'Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blanford, ot did It to me." And this Is the mes Clifton, will spend the holidays with sage of this great day of gladness. issue with England, but is interna relatives in Springfield. a in its scope tional and world-wid- e "Wo shall legitimately bear in mind Mrs. Anna Gallagher, Vecon Falls, We an abiding faith In Ameri dividend-payin- g nonividend-payin- g therefore that Christmas, in addition can have Conn., tho guest ot Mrs. William statesmanship and love of jus FawcettIsin Jeffersonville. to being the feast of St. Friend, is do so tice, and wo still hope that some Miss Amanda Rapier, of New oven more profoundly the feast of man or coterie of (patriotic Senators Haven, will too tho guest ot Mrs. R. own welfare." one's marand Congressmen will take measures fS. Rapier for tho holidays. Miss Lillian Sweeney, ot Bards- to recognize tho Irish. Republic and shareDISAGREES WITH MULLINS. spent tho with Miss thus end tho civil war in distressed lown, iDIckorson week-en- d Edna at Parkview. Tho Friends of Irish Freedom dis- Erin. Mr. J. A. Shea, of Camp Knox, Is visiting relatives in North Carolint three-mont- hs puted the story of Dr. E. Y. Mul$2 CONDITIONS DEPLORABLE. during the Christmas holidays. ling, the local Baptist minister, who Edward J. Aud, of Hammond, returned last week from Europe and Fow chapters in tho history of the Ind came home last Sunday to repictured Ireland as a land of pros- world have been so bloody, bo main until after the first of tho perity, but acknowledging that he gloomy, so filled with the lannals rt ar. Savings-Investme- nt on withMrs. Charles Knight entertained had taken dinner with Premier man's inhumanity as the recent rj with a theater party Wednesday afLloyd George, England's hypocritipeord of events in Ireland. Condlt Ions ternoon, followed by tea at BeneNow here cal Prime Minister. have never, since the beginning of dict's. comes Miss Ruth Roland, a trained 3 Monday afternoon Mrs. Charles T. the English occupation, been any- newspaper woman of Chicago, who thing entertain but deplorable; there has Sullivan Mildred Sullivan at tea for gives the following testimony la re Misses and Adella never been a time when natives Mead. gard to conditions in Ireland after were not oppressed. They the 6 have been Miss Carolyn Whitman and Miss several months' Investigation: kept in tpoverty, in Ignorance so Helen Murphy will give a dance De7 Tho Sinn Fein leaders aro the Henry most brilliant group of men I have far as that Is within the power of cember 29 at the Hotel ever encountered. Many, Including tho ruling country and under a Miss Adelaide Kelly has feCarned" Arthur Griffith and George Russell, crushing burden of. taxation. So Trp"; are Protestants. I found no relig- wredhod has been their treatment from West Palm Beaclr, Fla., where a she visited Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Don-avexcept in Ulster, and so cordial ious issue anywhere their hate of tho opfor a month. whore it is artificially maintained Savings-Ipressors that the population of the Mr. and Mrs. William Leo and by large employers of labor. daughter, Janice, will spend the Miss Russell gave a teriblo pic- island is less than half what it was holidays nvestment w!thhor parents, Mr. and ture ot poverty In Ireland, declar- in brighter times,- - Its people have Mrs. Alberts, Cliflon. ing that "women embroidery "work- been scattered over the far surfaces William Kelly returned Friday ers were often paid as' little as of tho globe; Australia, Canada, from Yale University to spend the $1.25 a week, and can not afford to South America, and mora particu holidays with his parents, Mr, and larly tho United States have absorb Mrs. James B. Kelly. wear, hats and shoes. (Large number of friends tenderOUR Sho made numerous attempts to ed them and found them citizens of ed A Mrs. Alvln Malone, Jeffersonville, highest type. They aro happy a delightful surprise party in. celeobtain work"Just to see what would the happen. Invariably, she testified, in their now cquntrles, but they bration of her birthday. Miss Llla Cain, of Detroit, Mich., r.he was told that nothing was avail havo always at heart tho welfare of able except domestic service at ?50 those not so fortunate la getting arrived this week to spend tho holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. away from the old sod. per year. It is not the business of the W'lllam W. Cain in Jeffersonville. Misses Frances and Elizabeth Ma United States to tell the people of lone GOLDSTEIN IS &NGUINE. resumed Monday from, the Sathe British Isles what they shall do cred Heart Convent, Cincinnati, to David Goldstoln, of Boston, a for their political welfare. On this be with their parents, Mr. and Mrs; foremost worker In. the Knights of point the Shelby Record can not be John T. MajJone. Miss Mary Elizabeth Savage re (Incorporated in Kentucky) Columbus campaign against organ- - Hevo that "It is the function ot tho turned this week front tho Sacred izuu ruuicai extremes, nas oeen lour- - Government of tho United States to Heart Academy. Cincinnati, to spend Ing the South like an apostle of old. demand that Ireland bo sot up a the holidays with her parents, Mr. So far he lias covered tho States ot free nation, republic, soviet or mon- and Mrs. Patrick H. Savage. George Kremor, Jr., returned Alabama and Georgia, and is now archy. But humanity knows no penotratlng Florida. His reports to oounaancs, as Hunger Knows aio Tuesdayat from the Hendorsonville School Hendorsonville, N. C, to K. of C, headquarters show that the law, and we believe that a not of spond tho holidays with his (parents, treatment he receives, while spirit- - protest against tho killing, pillaging and Mrs. Ooorgo Kromer. burning in that disrrassun Miss Nora Duffy, who is here for ually, hostile as a rule Is nono the ttn tjio holidays, entertained with a deless courteous. He has never met country might have a salutary lightful at with physical violence or oven with on the English Government. What tho homo tea Tuesday afternoon and tjtvr .iti'iuci of her parents, Mr. open discourtesy, although, he has ever may be said of tho offenses of Mrs. J. H, Duffy, Cherokee Parkway, boen stormed with questions that re- the Irish, they aro entitled to better Mr. and Mrs. G. Henry Stoapler veal tho impassioned dislike of cer- treatment than tho Germans gave announce tho engagement ot their t niece, Miss Qhrystabollo Roth, to tain sections of tho South for a class tho Belgians. ' 3fe ...kMaMM Andrew Falk, Jr. Tho wedding will "viiii'i.i. viKm thii TfrnurnTT ttttttttiii of citizens they do not well undertake place in January. -- OFUP AGAINST IT. TO BAT IN A stand. His irank report is that Miss Gertrude Ross entertained there is great need for education in tho Gimme Bl Club at her home on the romote sections of tho South, for ingwjtn tntr reign or crime sweep Coral avenue. Those present were tho country the prohibition Misses Mary Agnes Loamoy, Mary civic oducation that wJll remove Incorporated McDanal, Dorothy Bush, Margaret prejudice mat makes, aire uncom fanatics aro going to have a hard Dallas, Mario Pfelffer, Nelllo Calla THE HOUSE OF QUALITY AND QUANTITY With Minor Repairs Free Saves Buying. fortable 'for the Catholic and Jewish time compiling statistics to pri han, Gertrude Ross. Variety of Hot Dishes, Pastry, Home Sfade Pics, Cakes, Meate minorities in these places. When tho merit ot their cause. Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed. Mrs. James L. Koegan, of Padu-ca-h. E X O E IiJj ENT wastfhls week the guest of Mr. the people of these places havo their 819 SOUTH FIFTH STREET 664 SOUTH FOURTH STREET forget tho orphans in your and Mrs. S. J. Gardner, New lAlbany. Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. Don't questions answered reasonably they In Middle of Square Near Broadway Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Carney, and holiday remembrances. aro frank to admit their orrors, but PRICES REASONABLE PHOSIPT SERVICE children, of Now Albany, are visiting it is impossible for one man. to Mrs. Carney's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ! ORPHAN SOCIETY ELECTS. ZKCOaPOKATflD J. 4i. Cowley, at Freeport, ill. reach them tho hardest cases Mlss Norma Elliott entertains! the to go to the meetings". But Sunday afternoon tho annual elecOffice G17 South Fourth. Plant O09 South Sixth. Goldstein Is sanguine. The people tion of officers of the St. Joseph Or- L. M. S. OPub at her home. Those present were Misses Ida Mlllor, Mary HARVEY-JELLIG- O aro receptive once they can be reach-fi- phan Society took place, and on Catherine Cudahy, Bernice Lake, and he predicts that the efforts January 9 the following will be in- Margaret Miller, Catherine Walsh. stalled: Margaret Mary Miller, (INOOKPORA.TSD) of any organization, to promote Marian' President John Tobe. prejudice or to solidify into social Vice President William D, Goda. WIsh, Norma Elliott; Messrs, P. J. Murphy, Joe Johnson, Tom Ryan, The Company With Coal and the Service. Recording Secretary Henry W, M. and political action tho iprejudice Cravens, Georgo Clayton, P. Hell. existing will be frustrated by Duddy, C. Bussello, William Don-ftell- y. PORTRAITS LIFE and&agnolla. Xard.'at First and A, Yards located at Fifteenth Financial Secretary Sebastian 0, an extension of tho forum work and Hubbuch. Yard and glcrator, Fepe and Payne Streets. PHOTOGRAPHIC TINTING Margaret The marriage ot Miss tlie of the Southern Corresponding (Secretary Henry Both Phones at All L,(eut. Foster Joseph Parker and prees. He will spend the winter in j, nuorr. COMMERCIAL Tate will take place Monday morn' Treasurer' Henry Michael. tho South conducttag his K. of C. Ing, December 27, at 0 o'clock, at tho It was announced Specializing in the highext quality execution campaign against religious- and mas celebration will that held Christ St. Louis Bertrand church, the Rer. be at the Mlee racial prejudice. Father Heenan officiating. aome January 4. prices ivithin reason. Try us. Mary Louise Moran will bo Miss MAKE A NOTE. Courier-Journ-al 335-33- 7 Parker's maid of honor and only atlTXFTY-TTFT- r. Building Make your home hospitable Christmas 13 GOOD WILL. evil proud that Should be restrained by law Erin, befall 7Erin, what more shall ... people, in making an investment in the Preferred Stock of the Loiiisvilic Gas and Elec Kentucky, ask lis the question, "Can tric Company get my money back?" a very natural and proper M quiry. aug-mentati- self-seekin- There are two ways to obtain our Preferred Stock: By investing for cash; (2) by means of our (1) plan. ; AAftAAAA SOCIETY. Money received from the sale of our Preferred Stock goes into permanent property serving the heeds of Louisville citizens. This property remains ously at work earning for the money invested. The property can not be taken up and sold arid verted into cash. It has to stay on the job. 1 Preferred ShareholderKdcsires to convert his stock into cash he can by selling his stock. The Company, through its Investment Department, maintains a ket for this stock and will handle resales for holders at nominal expense. This expense usually amounts to about a share. A single dividend on one share of stock amounts to $1.75. When An investor the plan may draw his money at any time during the savings riod. If he withdraws he receives interest for the time the Company has had his money, as against the he would receive if he completed the transaction and secured his Preferred Stock investment. an As matter of fact, few people cither desire to part with their Preferred Stock or withdraw from the plan. INVESTMENT DEPARTMENT WILL SUPPLY COMPLETE INFORMATION Louisville Gas & Electric Go. 311 West Chestnut Street 1 SWISS CLEANINGMEN'S SUITS eeeeaeeeeseiAAaKfcMAA.tf,0tlf,f tf im t'WMl t Standard Dairy Lunch House OOPPBE SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS re-fu- so i'ese'eeeeeeeee d, VVVVVVYWVVVVVVVVV I J MRS. GERTRUDE ROSS FOM ART COAL CO, ail-re- the a- lards. at Brighten Up Electrically! The- farmers of who face inuneiMie toesee on,, the crop tbey haye Just produced are in so pleasant if ram e of mind at preseat. tle Middle Weet They 'believe of grata luUm. pect thai erase eC the grain apeeu-latehave fared ere wwee the (he ffirviftM. Owte rteMr k m r m4e thf that they have been of . riotim .laitk susWe eoo-VPt- rtr ra In making note of our charity lot Us not overlook tho Little Sletere of the Popr or the Slaters of the Good Shepherd. They pare for the aged and Infirm and the unfortunate wayward, and anything given them will help their work for the peer and lighten their burden. Any fund given them wlH be devoted to a eauae. mosu worthy. There are ear jeh&rttlee, bat none more ervteg theu those conducted Meat good Meters, ' lB tendant, and Lieut Tate's beet man wttl bo Lieut. Robert Miller Montague. Misees Marie, Ursula and Edna Zehnder, who are attending Sacred Heart Academy, will epndi the holidays with their mother, Mr. V. M. Zehndr. vand grandmother. Mr. Xavler Scbuler. in Crescent HH1. Mies Viola, Berferaae arrived ta IM to week irom JeokeooviUe, Mnd .the holkUye wWt bar patents, Mw. W. J. HeMeriWH, W Mr. AkfiAkAAAMAAAAMAhtt(AAkAtAAi RHDfGLM LATHES V9 FLooBnra and attracr live this winter by the the addition of attractive and correct lighting. ROTABLES, FLOOR LAMPS, LIGHTING FURNITURE ed ditto. ' IC Zmtms JNC OTf i XWUfOTj 2Es7wP in imp. M. . j0. ELECTRIC Mate 1890 SPECIALTY rXOORPOKaTSD COMPANY Clty.ST Far Ligbtjsg- Plaale. - 58S WBST JEFFJSRSO Universal Crystal XJeekie Washec and WriBger. J TO s, M PERFECT FITTING SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES PASS HOME RULE BILL. a SO8-51- The Irish homo rule bill now Is safe and will bo placed jg$i tbo statute book this week In e form only slightly amended from the shape In which It first left the House of Commons. The House of Lords Monday, after a brief debate, agreed VlTo MENS FURNISHINGS to all the amendments made to the bill by the Commons. The only amendment discussed by the Lords Has Removed To was that adopted by the Lower House providing ;that If either area In Ireland refused to set up a Par311 liament the executive could not Oculists' Prescriptions. Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and (&"f make the otfea a second time unless Speed Building. 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY within tnree years after June 1 Oldest Bank in the State. next; both houses of the British Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. xwaoxreKATBB Parliament adopted a. resolution Phono City 4G03 asking for iU Earl MIddleton obPhono City 4B03 Fourth andClicstnut. jected to this time limit of three and a half years and challenged & 'iwiaHwwMa'aaBHilafla'MHBaBsgaajaa division on the question. Ho was FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. defeated decisively by a vote of, 91 to 14, whoroupon this and the other Commons 'amendments wero agreed CLEAXING, DYEING, . to without further discussion. Owing PRESSING. to a slight modification made In tha AT FACTORY PRICES. ' BEPAIK WORK. SbbbbbbvbbbbbY! House of Lords at the suggestions of Lord Birken, the Lord ChanEasy terms. Phone ua for tree Mrs. Nellie Brod6rick. Prop's. cellor, the bill again will have to bo trial on our 1920 model In your All work called for and delivered. submitted to the House of Commons home. '25 as a .formality. Hats cleaned and blocked. We repair any sewing machine. One of the principal changes fn "All we ask is a trial." 'the bill made by the Lords is that x m Senates 426 E. CALDWELL ST. Northern will be created lor both the J. C. DORSEY & CO. Combustion Engineering aael Furnace Repairing and Southern Parliaments. Phone City 1419. City 8381 521-2- 3 COURT PLACE As proposed by the Government .tho Main 1050 City CCGO " question of the method of establishing tho Senates was to be left for 542 E. JEFFERSON STREET the decision of tho Irish ParliaMemoszs Leaves The ments. Another modification obtained by tho Lords is that Instead of the Council of Ireland being nomINCORPORATED inated by the two Parliaments each LOTJISVITiriB. KENTUCKY. Senate will appoint seven its Electric Suction Sweeper members and each Parliamentof thirAlso Makers of Oertcls Dark and Oertols Light. Clay and Fulton Streets. teen, maklni a, total of forty, while High Grade Coal at the very lowest prices. Give us a instead of the President of the IT BEAJS trial Council being Lord Chancellor of City 4489; Main WM. P. BANNON AS IT SWEEPS JNO. P. MORTON & CO. Ireland, as proposed by the Government, ho will be nominated by tho INCORPORATED AS IT CLEANS Heme Phone. Cilt-- isnn Lord Lieutenant on tho advice of CONTRACTING PLASTERER Cnmb. Phone, Main 3588-the crown. Tho Lords also defeated etabltehed 1820 - Louisville, Ky. the proposal that the Irish ParliaBROOK AND BLOOM ments should have tho ipower to levy OFFlOB OUTFITTMHS , Cleans by Air Alone. Joseph HubbuchSr. & Son a surtax. It generally Is supposed Otty 8380 236 WEST JEFFERSON Oumb. S. 154 SHOCK Phono Us For a Demonstration. PRIN1WBS STATIONERS that the Government regards the bill Dealers in Main 113 as the basis 'for future negotiations, City 985 TMsTiTjH ABSORBERS orFnntaniRitf GLOBE SBOURITY ft LOAX OO and with this idea has purposely reWALL PAPER AND RUOS STORAGE OF AUTOMOBILES Comanf ojfxi Cart. Service Station served the questions of customs and dot ASK FOR NIGHT AND DAY. 2d and Liberty FALLS CITY HALL BLDG.. excise from tho bill. Incorporated A. Lazar, Manager 8 The Irish home rule bill as slightWEST MARKET ST. KY. HASSLER SALES CO. General Repair Work, Cleaning and 333-33- 5 ly modified by the House of Lords Moaey Advanced oa Year Plate Bete WEST MAIN ST. Polishing. was adonted by tho House of Com Cltg 2712 riioncs Main 3473 813 Wert Jeferwm itiraa X O A,ir City 135-M- ain mons Tuesday. The measure now Kentucky-Indian- a Automotive Go. (Second Tleer) a raraltare, Slamoada aaa other needs only the royal signature to al Broadway at First. Home Tel. 3063 Heme Phone City 3987. Proaerty at lowest It yoax bora am aaaeattoa taat will become a law. Otty THE SISTERS OP CHARITY OF prepare tor Ufa rxe?&s's yxoTiDxjrr NAZARETH RECENT DEATHS. SBB POOLEY FOR MONSY. ASSOCXATZeV Shoes For Every Member of the Family College Announce the Opening ot Incorporated Loaaa to those haTlag regular InSunday afternoon the Angel of 208 COLEMAN BDrLDINO Home Phone 3906 ternes or salary, with no publicity Death called Into eternal Test Mrs, lis W. Broadway, KoaUrrUle, Xy. H. B. COR. THIRD AND NAZARETH COLLEGE JEFFERSON to housekeepers Bridget McGulre, widow of Bartlev Conducted by tbs Xaverlan Brothers. FEIGE & SON r red tape. Loanssecurity. a their personal McGuire, and one of the most high Classical, 851 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Sclantlllo and Buslnesi . PURE BETTER SHOES FOR ly esteemed women of the west End. Courses, Preparatory Department, Lars UNION MADE F. R. POOLEY, LOUISVILLE, KY. Mrs McQuiro was seventy years old Swimming' Pool, well Equipped GymLESS MONEY WHOLESOME SHOES AND SUPPERS Ream 1, Courier-Jonrnand resided at 2331 Duncan street. nasium. Terms moderate. Building, For Further Information Call at 431 EAST MARKET STREET Bro. Benjamin, Dlr. She was a pioneer member and Presentation Academy 415 S. Fourth Street SPALDING SHOE CO. SAFE. earnest - worker for St. Cecilia's KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE - church, where tho funoral servicesJ Out of the High Rent District Home Phone, Shawnee 803 wero nem Wednesday morning. Kev, DR. A. H. EDWARDS EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. Father Cranoy celebrating tho re PARRAKEET HfcNRY GOSS quiem nigh mass. She la survived EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT Open Evenings Until Nino O'clock by four sons, Anthony, Leo, John Hiseralwater & Grocery Company ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING Eastern Kentucky Famous Diamond Block and and Michael McGulre, and two Incorporated GLASSES ADJUSTED Rogers Bros. Block, tho Coal Jaughters, Mis3 Catherine McQulre Cumb., Main 490 Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted Home, City 4990 FOR THE BENEFIT OF YOUR for Stoves and Furnace. SUITE 218 FRANCIS BUILDING end Mrs. Joseph Hellman. to whom Asphalt Shingles a Specclalty KIDNEYS DRINK PARRAKEET FOURTH AND CHESTNUT STS. PALACE CLEANERS & is tendered the sympathy of many Wholcsalo and Retail. MINERAL WATER DYERS 9011 WEST BROADWAY menus ana acquaintances. City 2928 South 2100 Phone City 4720 Incorporated Parkway 405 Gloom was spread over the West Hours 9 to 5, 7 to 8 p. m. THE SHEPPARD MFG. 00. CAIL End when it Ijecamo known that EXPERT CLEANERS OF LADIES' Patrick Bcally, a veteran policeman, Incorporated AND GENTLEMEN'S WEARING H. W. DUBISKE & CO. Kark Kales, Pres. had succumbor to a heart attack at Four-in-On- e J. O. Jaook. Beo. and Trees APPAREL his home, 2031 Portland avenue. He STEEL AND IRON WORKERS was seventy-siyears old and reFINANCIAL SERVICE 1612 WEST MAIN STREET OO. L. GRAUMAN ARTHUR H. ROHMANN, Manager tired .from the force some years ago 603 Marion E. Taylor Bldg. Incorporated S. W. Cor. Third and Walnat Sts. Home Phone, City 577 with an enviable record. His fuB. F. MARKHAM, Mgr. City 272 neral took place Monday morning Main 1207 O.P.Barnea&Co. ' LOUISVILLE, ICY. Staler Xa AH Xlaaa of 8Im aas 8 BLDG. LoaifTBU, Kr. from St. Cecilia's church, attended tors natures, Bales, Casb Kefla- Steam Forglngs and Fire Escapo by many sorrowing relatives and ters, now Oases, Gonatesa, Olty 866 Write br Im lOnfnteJ atabt West 866 Apparatus Our Specialty RbelTlaa', sto. friends. Ho is survived by his Uot ad te kM U ffe Zetfa DEAD ANIMALS widow, bio wist icaxar btmxwx Mrs. Mary Scailly; two & JOHN B. O'LEARY ft CO. i daughters, Mrs. William. P. Holloran Home Phon4 Gltr IStt HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID end Mrs. Edward Duffy, and a son. Headquarters for City Elevator and Warehouse Homy J. Scally. Gall Home Phono City 721; OTTY AND FARM PROPERTY ASSENT Hay, Grain and Feeds The death of Mrs. Sally Sherman, Oumb. Phone Main 721. eixty-sl- x years old, mother of ElSee us about anything la real HFmi FRED. G'LOEMKER e LOUISVILLE RENDERING OO. The Home of "Quality Feeds" more Sherman, which occurred Sunstate. We sell, buy and rest. H.t. miJ stw PIANO TUNER Witt day afternoon at St. Anthony's Hos' 604 .W. JEFFERSON- ST. J22 N. FOURTH ST. AND pital, caused deep regret to her FOURTH AND O STS 1020 EAST BURNETT AVENUE many friends. Her remains lay in IT. E. Yann Dairy Co. Borne Phone City 4464. 218 N. FIFTEENTH ST. stale in Barrett's chapel until TuesIncorporated Home Phone, City 8398 Ch&s. 8. Xrapp day morning, when the funoral took K. A. Xrapp THE VERY BEST NORTON BUILDING Complete Line of Serviceable plact. from St. John's church. Home Phone, City 7005 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. iNOTICEI MACARONI EGG NOODLES SPAGHETTI Shoup Optical Co. f PBNDENNIS A. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. Itic AH LpliKJVJ Guthrie St. I Drs. Harrison and Strassburg' National Bank of Kentucky bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV OMEGA. SINGER Sewing Machines --,-. LEWIS DOUGLAS MORTON Per cent, coal saving. j DRINK -- OERTELS bbbm ' nUBLK HAND STOKER mmmr bbbbbbbbbbbbbbw aaaes- bbbbb bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbf WH1BLEDARK a Pleasant . Drink that ODH THE OBRTEI CO. HOOVER Co. NEW O. T. COAL YARD COAL S. CO. 158 r A ELECTRIC CLEANER Tafel Electric Childers Elect. Co. 1136-113- EWING'S DAIRY 3Pr-soa- tm FRED PRODUCTS t. Xavler's al FOR THE BEST COAL - - COAL COAL Coal Co. HHlEHIiCO. ' ( x 406-7-- INTER-SOUTHER- N tyfcw-ii- Oscar Farmer Sons FRED ERHART ARCHITECT JOHN t , - Both Phones 4202 Both Phones 2406 KRAPP'S MEAT MARKET REUTLINGER & CO. Adolph Routllnger Wholesale and Retail J0KB BEEP, FORK, VSAA AXU All Kinds or Smoked Heats 203 EAST JEFFERSON STREET EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS START ONE THIS MONTH WITH TH CHRISTMAS MASSES. Masses at St. Louis Bertrand's church on ChrU'tmas morning will bo at tho following hours: Low mass as 4:30, high" mass at C, low masses at 7, 8 and and 9 o'clock, and high mass at 10:30, followed by benediction of the Blessed Sacras ment. GIIUJIOH OF OUR LADY. N. VV. Corner Fourth and Jefferson City 6910 Res., Shawnee 1863-- L SCHOOL SHOES Sullivan Transfer Co.. Designs A Estimates Famished Incorporated Open Evenings Until Nine O'clock LIBERTY BLOW Manufacturers and Erectors of DUST COLLECTING SYSTEM We Make a Specialty of Pipe JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURE FIRE INSURANCE LIABILITY AND PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET TORNADO, PACKma h MOVING AND Weekly Savings Club South Louisville Bank Fonrtk aacl PIPE WORKS Mechanical Air Engineers Work for GENERAL TRANSPORTATION, TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND "HAYRDDB PARTIES" 1129 WEST MAIN STREET . BAMBLY BROS. SHOE OTORJU JSpalding Shoe Co. EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. BEST CHEW 4r l l y 530 South Twenty-girt8b Shawnee 1986 West ltI4 LONG DISTANCE HAULING H.BOSSEaSON Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Telephone 1022 Central AjvChh LOUIS SCHERRY DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS WORK SHOES, PANTS, OVERALLS UNION MADE HOLDERS' SHOES The masses on the Feast 6f Christmas at tho Church of Our Lady, Thirty-fift- h and Rudd. will bo at 5:30, 7:30 and 9:30 o'dtock In the imoming. At this church there Us a very attractive Christmas crib. All are welcome to visit the church and see the crib and beautiful decorations. OFFERING FOR GHILDREX. Tho Associated Press cables from Rome thalt the Holy Father. Pope Benedict, has directed 'that offerings be recelwd in tho Catholic churches throughout Christendom December 20 on behall of destlnoto children in all countries! which are suffering because of the war. SACRED HEART RETREAT. HEATING" & VENTILATING 644 EAST JEFFERSON ST. LOUISVILLE, KY. All Kinds ef Footwear Tor the Whole. Family Two HAMBLY-- 8 Stores !Mth Bourbon County Twist UNEQUALLED SMOKE Thirty-tw- o 3 18th and Magaadbae ana 'Portland. Shaw. 171 City 71 4 C NATIONAL HATTXR8 825 WEST JEFFERSON STRBBT Years Ought To Be Suf ficient Guarantee For My Knowledge and Integrity Give Me If It's For Sale a Call QOO EJ. BROADWAY SHOE REPAIRING 1506 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET Between Hill and Shipp WVVV.VlWVVWytrVVfcVVVVVVVtrV-VVVVHOME PHONE 88 5 i CUMBERLAND MAIN 3S71.y KECO j i "THFH$rtN THE WORLD" DYERS AND CLEANERS CALL FOR AND DBLTV8R Home Phone, City 1931 PINE VARBLE REALTOR AND AUCTIONEER 214 LOUISVILLE TRUST BLDO. Both Phones W J. J, BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL D RECTORS . I k v Mltll IM1MMH . MMlifan WMBAUtMl. -- w x hAND - EMBALMER. vvXtvv Moix street. MVvyvivvvvvtlJ - THOMAS' KEENAN 1529 WEST MARKET STREET Ky Watch Crystals Fitted 9fl Watch aad Jewelry Bepabiag Th R&diua Jewelry Shoy 408 SOUTH FOURTH AVB. Next te Rex Theater Opea Breaiags Until 9 P. U. We The early mass at tho Sacred Heart Retreat on Christma morning will be at 5:30 o'clock. Rev. Father Leander, the Director, who has bepn givingr a series of retreats and missions in other cities, has re turned and will assist in tie Christ mas cejeorauon. un vnnsimas nay Father Adolberi. will ' heln Father Berreshelm at Holy Trinity, on Keh- tucKy street; Father Frederic w.Wl go to Connersvllle, Ind.: Father Raphael will be at St. Williams's, thta city, and Father Ignaitiua at the Good Shepherd's. SHAWNEE CLUB GRAN W. SMITH'S SON ! AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Funeral I Sees Director and Embalmer i .BOTH PHONES 810.. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE 5TS MS 1IM. MWI PS fraXi Funeral Director TiT-Tiw m.mi. 2&Mi.lal9ar awMmrvr LOwdrk, m The Shawnee Tennis Club has entered the Y. M. C. A. Christmas race with three runners. Ray Sanders, Bill King and Tom Bullea will run under the greeni and white colors for the net lovers of the West End: While these men haye been training Hohba Phone, City 1199 m LOUIRVILLB - - - - XMrrTJCKY for a comparatively abort tlme, the tennis club exnectlaK them to ha WH up 4oward, the front at the fin- OTGHT LIGHT8, ma. ah are new to the nnuuax lame, but hi their abort period t Ott wiMU UaM on training, have Ahte made rematfteofe b mm. fatbr ttea 4ay oMr, but pqpea aad ean be relied upon to m Wgtat- - Blvhi md ukm tk ftMt ftart the wianew a tuaea St to that elub members and quite i-1 M-- k Bay'IUga, Boras Oroa, Metl, iwbow aaa Aaper BeeK LQUISVILIJI WJJW1 WATSRIIX OO. www mnmoN wt. RUNNER. Phone, City 7894 Cumb. Phone, West 412-- W t Frank. Hartman & Sons IOUSl PAIWTSR8 A.KD DIOOEATORS Shawnee HHlMIHMmtHIHt)m DOUGHERTY & McELMT; . ; 10 WaWT HARKS? STRBBT a. 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Rteideaee Phone 12S-- J outeoaieot the race. a large crowd of aympathfsers' will be oa hand to alva aneouraaAitutat to the Weet Sad repreaenlatre, and baekina;, (jraiaer Beri with ta4 'HaII1 fAl iuhHiuMIii 4a tl. Funeral Directors and Embaimers BOTH XX02?JB;Ji. X44 1 u I GHMb. 1' If aiu MM.a IU I 4 II 4 I II 1 Beeaa City 111 l Ml M I ill IIl 20 I ' 11 juararcjoxnr 1 xrik-x- jusan&jfrxoAxx R ACQN a son INCORPORATED frfr Now Booking Dates For 1921 Season PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY. HIKMMMM HERMAN STRAUS fi SONS J i We dive and Redeem deld Trading Stamps. We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. DO YOU KNOW ASOU7 OUR BV Elfish ?j I BOYS' SUITS HOUSEHOLD CLUB PLAN I A Convenient and Dignified Methoa of Purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred Payments, Tad" Ha $10 HBlflPHaiBaKlialSiiB OCJQJ.adCEHt A:3MCE3EIO-A- . The steamer America, & new boat the local excursion business, having met with euch unprecedented success this Boason, la making arrangements already for next seafeon. Capt. C. C. Fuller vrjhon seen said: "The . 1920 season nas been more than expected, we having got a late start In booking trips lor all day and moonlights. For next year we will take out aiU cabins on the dance floor, making the dance floor on the America the largest and best on Western waters and In addition In OatvfAln. Fuller will 'be nloaaed to meet with any committee of ny organisation, church, club, or society for booking dates tor the summer of 1921, and to ready now to contract tain, '"and after undergoing several for all day trips, moonlights and coata of paint In the early spring Fern Grove trips lor next ee&eonf she will be t)ie prettiest floating Captain Fuller can be reached by cjraft on Western phones, Main or City 141, or amusement & Cincinnati Packet, Third and waters." If Inconvenient to The America1 is owned and oper- Lfllver Wharf. ated by the Lulsvlllo & Cincinnati see 'mm, no or a rupruseuutuvu vi Packet Company, and lhas made the company wfll be pleased to call on you. many friends during this season. i I ! tfala method are eattantuac featnres cenTsnlencs ta aaakiac nnrchaaea wtthoat any ! W i considerable eatlay ef eaeh. The advantage Tariens sales BHyiBt en the Clab Flam darlnr- AT SAIiS FRICBS. Whaterer la the pries ot the goods te a eaah er a charge eatsmer, that la ate the prion s a Hscaeheld CUb Plan easterner. There la vedttrely Be adnwee. There are bo "eenfldentlal arrange-Bents.- " U la eeadected nsen aa pea basis with a tlxed sahedale at rate. The firet payments and the Monthly pajrmeata are the aaaM te an. SURETY COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS We are offering you these Suits at a very special price, just to adver- I; rise our Boys' Department. These Suits are made of good woolen mate i i thousands bulbs will shine at night, making the boat look like a 'ball of tiroJ "The America Is the fastest boat on the Ohio river," said the Cap- a of more Incandescent . I THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW i ished f Louls-NVll- le g4eee stMs IA Christmas (?, t"e,T'yK ? To bo certain to secure yiu desired dates for season of 1021 it is advisable to select same now. 3C i $10 Coffee Prices Lower Wo offer our excellent Howd Blond Coffee, 2 2 lbs. for 1-- " Opportunity j DON'T FORGET THAT ORDAINS ELEVEN. Dq tou realize the horror of the starving mil s' lions of children in Central Europe? Shall we fail in our responsibility to them his Christmas time? This Company has offered its services to the l X European Relief Council of Kentucky, and has ,. been appointed a depository of subscriptions to this , GRAYY0N AIXMEN Sanitary Milk Co. JNCOXPOaULnSD. Last Saturday eleven young men were ordained to the priesthood by Archbishop Mundeleln at the Holy Name Cathedral in Chicago. FORTY HOURS. place next here at St. church, 220 South Brook Forty Hours' devotion w t J IS THE HOME OF PURE MILK You may leave your subscription with us and it will be properly accounted for to them and due credit be given to you. fund. y "ASK YOUR GROCERS," CORNS,BUNIONS Home Shaw. 105 Cumb. West 295 IcrewlK Hd Uwratl NaHt ginning with high mass Sunday morning and coming to a solemn The beautiful close on Tuesday. services will be dlrocted by Rov. TEatherRelnhart, with priests from other churches assisting. 5L1JOR GEN. O'RYAN. com-mdnd- lake street, bewill This means only another decrease over the old price for this Coffee. This is the best Coffee for the price on the market. Give us a trial. Mlchael'a JOHN M. MULLOY lft2 WEST BLAKKET Both Phonos 1323 STREET. Established 1888 LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK SelHleHjr TruM i Fidelity and Columbia Trust Co.! Columbia Building ! SIMON Bka7K mZfKrn,?. Dr. Feurth and Main. The Oldest Trust Company in the South. ?&G5r&l BV?fwiaaBB jmmtmity Uriah Z. Lltsiy Ckircyediat FLORIST 007 Siarka Designs, BkH41b Cut Flowers, Beta Paosw PONTRICH Plants Major Gen. Tohn P. O'Ryan, For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. of the New York National More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a total Guard, was nominated Monday by President Wilson to be a Major deposit of more than 13,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by tht bank. General in the Officers' Reserve people of Louisville at this safe, conservative Corps. Gen. O'Ryan was a Major General In the army during thp war, UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND h commanding the New York National Guard Division a the front er Twenty-sevent- Twenty. eighth aad Creemwood, FOK EVERY ONE. GUNN'S bakery and confectionery Best of Confections. eeeeeeeeee'ttit' Oil and Grease I High Class Furniture CALL US FOB U ! JOHN AT LOWEST PRICES. Carpets, Stoves and Ranges, Lace Curtains and Linoleums. FOR AIiL FURPOSBB Keataclcy Ooasaraers Oil Oompaay Ixmlsrille Keajacky This Saturday will bo the great feast of Christmas. As is well known, ti will be a holy day of obligation'. Do not, bo content with FUNERAL DIRECTOR assisting at one mass, but endeavor to be present at several in honor ot 114 WfeST MARKET STREET the Nativity ot the Saviour. In all our chur6hes there will be many Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland masses offered at hours to suit the West 1179 convenience of every one. B. RATTERMAN 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET. Try Our Home Made Fresh Bread, Rolls and Pastry Phono Your;Order POLITICIANS (Continued from First Page.) the many robberies and holdups now going on and reporters ar6 forbidden access to the pollco records. The hardest worlfdono by U10 pollco heads is the covering up of the numerous crimes now going on. Daily paper reporters nro forbidden to go behind the railing in the Chiefs CROSSING THE DELAWARE. HOSPITAL GIVEN SISTERS. Nemaha county, Kama., has been given to tho Slaters of St. Joseph by its founder and owner, Dr. Sam Murdock, who will continue aa tho chief surgeon, ot the hospital. It is said that some Protestant organization offered $76,000 for tho institution, which will be known, as St. Anthony Hospital, wnen it was learned that Dr. Murdock considered giving it to tho Sisters. Tho formal deed of transfer lias been made. BRAZEN INSOLENCE. Tho 4s0sssa0ssstssa SMOKERS ATTENTION CIGARS CIGARETTES TOBACCO CAMELS COESTEKFIED PIEDMONT Eighteen Cents, Two for Thirty-fiv- o LUCKY STBIKES SWEET OAPOKAI $1.05 Per Carton. Phono City 0574 JAMES GREENE immmmmmmmom. 415,417 and 419 East Market St. THOS. J. BROCAR Automobile Repairing Tubes Accessories Tires PHON CITY 3767 G 537 S. SEVENTH ST. MfcjKAji&gqjiiigBD VOLT ,11 PliATB $20.00 0 VOLT 13 PLATE $33.00 IS VOLT 7 PL4TB $80.00 F. O. B. Detroit That's All For Two Years The only battery guaranteed 'unconditionally for two years. Instead ot "adjustment," you get a new battery, thHS elimi- nating all repair work. Yoh Can't Barn It Up Yoh Overstrain It SERVICE AT t 4S5 SOUTH THIRD STRBET, LOUISVILLE, KY. Distributors for Keatacky and SoHthera Indiana Main 699 or City 8226 Caaa' GARAGE EQUIPMENT&SUPPLY CO. FRED SrekHdASts.SJ G. - JONES ZHC9XFOKA.VaD . & CO. Louisville, Ky. SASH, DOORS, BLINDS AKD MILTjWORK. LUMBER -J feweS)eee)(Hii aWa Ia mtUMMM aa...tJ.a -a9VHa sfPaH anaW Uifj. fanaHpaa Wm PWrWHf flS flH !! MM ffVaWa m IP. Stwr aa4 BANNON PIPE CO. f Calvert fijw, Baaaaa's Pataat LUt4 Flaa for Siaaat Caa4atts, Wall Catiai, ral T1U, TMrII BrlaK, Fira Brkk Mr rraaftatf, Flaa Lla4 Grata aa4 Ballar Tilt, Fire Clay, CUataey Tjm, OPPICE M SOUTH TH1RTBBNTH STREET. PHONE CITY MAIN mtU. t 1 XUetM taHBtiilitiWianwaMa)ii4tj aa4 Braklarl4t JJ07," KMk mi Majaalia t Brown, 1102 Story avenue. Tho bartender was leaning on tho bar wondering if he could make a living as. a soda water dispenser. Three young fellows "were shooting a game ot pool and discussing what they would get her for Christmas. Two old settlers were sitting at a' table talking ot tho days when you got a big three-plntwith tt bowl ot soup on the side, and comparing notes on their J'rheumatiz." 'Suddenly tho scene changed. In the door staggers a Keystono policeman in full uniform and very much full otherwise. White mule or Jersey lightning had CATID3DRAL FOR ALTOONA. the work. , "Bang, bang," was the greeting to Bishop McCort has announced hte the crowd as' his revolver registered. First the movie purpose to erect a Cathedral to cost iplcturo policeman shot the goat to $1,000,00, 1 at Altoona. Ho asks the old Bock beer sign, then an imi- evory .person In the diocese to give tation of Annje Oakley by trying to at least $50. No work wiil be un shoot the tops off come bottle. dertaken, the Bishop asserts, until a Next he turned' .hie attention to the sum sufficient to justify a start has old familiar bar picture, "Custer's been received. By tho will of tho late Bishop With a whoop the Last Stand." Keystoner charged on the redskins Carvoy ,the residue of his estate has in the picture and what he did. to been left to the building fund pt the the picture ot Sitting Bull and his new Cathedrals His "estate" confollowers. waa eufficlericy. Nothing sisted of $600. For yearsMt had OMDgR left or tne picture but tho frame. been 'hi practice to draw no ealary, But what of the peaceful scene that his stipend being deposited with the our hero had burst in on. The general funds 'of the dlocee. young follows playing pool knew GIVHg OALBPORNIA MISSION, their cue wa to go and they went very hurriedly through the window. nev. EL A, Baxter, formerly sta The two old settlers that had been la Where wsrk t. Louis Bertrand'a auSfertog with: "TBeumaua" were tioned at dos cured suddenly tad Ah way they church, And who served aa an over-ca- a j' aha rerk Is Wfcers 9&B Where ftwj chaplain, was a visitor here beat K out Brown's door and1 down real Hgkaest; Story avenue would have made this past eek on his way home to IRISH ntCKJR: look to his laurels. spend the holidays with relatives In Where baking ftvas Where ins sms. is i$vijEiium Seven abota in all were tired', and t SU Louis. Immediately after the mnntit AM&9 The following in taken froyn the the end of t He seventh ahpt Patrol- holidays Fathar Baxter will, leave New York "World: "Nineteen ruo- - Whara ths sanns saanas Where dnrfsi Is sat II man Brows waa .the master of all for San Fraaelaco, where he mervm .for New. York hotaka chanced sight h aVananHBHSjel surveyed. Incidentally be waa no "tbe duty of .Mrtng Irish, hnmlr he aesieaed to mlwlon work in with I tfcs i w hers nfhsss That' lbs " conJanuary. the month ot relation to the Mr. Browm who grant ilrJs for tsMeus postno&s Qaksk MsalN seawa "QnMc Meal" sewn ducted the place and 'who departed from seuHary wor1b to shaaneftrmaM tor help, v "When the Keyatoo hurry- VISIT 8I0THR. HKNKT. canmased tns stsnraee ot an arrivThe-jaup aquad arrived QMfoer Brown Sold, XastBlIed aad Midi ly SassBimaadsd ing Hnsr. .wars 170 gttrls Qlak Maal 6aIKa-aigun 'waa mandate- n' the Mr. and Mrs. Charles 0, with entray 0 aboard from tanBmamld Iels. Tn I runners mlddte of the place racaMag a aver Bnschsl. left Thuiadalr tor wmsm aaai. Moat ot the nunoue aaleanon,. "Taa Faea on toe 7rk to .spend tns Xttan JroliAnys j otbsm wars typartto-rs- , boofc-ksw. 5T. yriib their daMicMar, Siatsr iNnri. Barroom Floor." The and. en or aeeonn-lantlnso-jncer do-nforty-four-oallb- er a week of troubles ifor Col. Petty. not mention the hundred and one robberies that have oc curred or other misfortune of tho police department, but all one can say Is that after .this week, If the Chief goes on his Bible class lec turing tour, he is a glutton for punishment. But ithe last chapter roferred to is the story of tho Key- ftonor in tho East End who essayed to play the role of William Q. Hart. This Is the scenario as ,tho movie men say: 'Twas a quiet evening in the soft drink saloon ' ot Robert In Now we come to the last chapter We need It was on Christmas, 177 G, that Washington crossed tho Delaware river with 2,400 men in boats to- attack Trenton, N. J dealing a searmy and vere blow to scoring a victory that was 'of vital importance to the American forces, Gen. Washington, bringing his forces across the waters of the Icy Delaware In the darkness of Christmas night, accomplished the perilous passago in safety and without noise. Tho place da known as McConkey's Ferry. No tlni3 was lost and the American forces, safely marshalled on the New Jersey shore and divided into ttwo columns, marched by two separate but communicating roads on the City of Trenton. Washington himself was at the head ot the column, tho other being under tho command of tho Con. Sullivan. The American force cond .soldiers, sisted of and nearly half ot them bore Irish names, in the gray mists of, the mbrnlng when tho English andHessians were awake to the daylight tney noticed tho rapid approach of tho unexpected enemy, and before much could be done tho patriots were In their midst. In less than an hour they were fleeing in every direction. It Is faid that the surprise and victory were so complete that nono of the American forces were killed, and that their causualties amounted to two deaths caused by the Icy waters of the river. The four color standards of a brigade. six brass tieldplcces, 1,200 stands ot arms and over a thousand prisoners fell Into Washington's hands. - jiurdock Hospital, im Sab-beth- a, te Sjdft'feB AMERICAN CUT-RAT- E TOBACCO STORES Preston and Jtifferson IHCOKPOIU.TK 213 West Jefferson Irish-Americ- an well-trie- According to a press dispatch of tho past week, the British Government is considering whether it will request the United States Govemr ment, in tho Interests of friendship, to Uako official activities notice of tlho In America ot President Eamonn De Valera, of tho Irish republic, ac315 Guthrie cording to a. ..statement mado by Andrew Bonar Law of the House of Commons in response to questions. Bottomley later asked Floratdo whether tho tima had not arrived when Great Britain should mako serious representationa to tho American Government that any further toleration of Do Valera and tho conferring on him of municipal honors o was an unfriendly act. Tho of the proposal can best bo measured by supposing tWat Austria had mado represenitatlons when Kossuth, tile Hungarian, patriot, was welcomed in tho United States Senate more than halt a century ago. What answer would have returned Have wo slnco by our country? developed such a sympathy for ty rants and for tyranny tnax we would acquiesce in tho British in solence toward us today? We do not believe It. "Wo have lost some of our former Ideals; we may have now a lees noble conception ot America a a haven for liberty-lovin- g people of every land but we still (have a sense of Independence ,ae a nation thait would instantly resent the brazen Impudence ot Cockney Imperialism. A p'retty notion of American subservience to British tyranny these mea must have who would propose to send a notice to ALL our Government to oust President Do Valera. It only shows how far our attitude ot off total complais ance with' the atrocities in Ireland and with the barring of American thine from Irish' ports have led Bonar .Law aad Horatio Bottomley Wkars Mm fcesM to presume that America, k only a brightest j British province, Anglo-Americ- an COAL REDUCED! Taylor Lump $8.80 Per Ton. IHOORPORATBD Byrne Speed Coal Corporation Street. Both Phones 315. anti-Briti- sh Mm X i ifcjocro 1 t,wv Wjr aawl XAhlDERSOfi Sash Main at? Doors afn y"". 14HL jfKJJBrm9m MM -- IXShWERr Where the Quick Meal Comes In Man-o'W- ar '? has-bee- JHaBl i"l n As-ligh-t, I -- v. a - p- a. GEHER & SON, MARET