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PH0N: HOME M MAW Rrery Driver an Srcort LorittlBt luteal & Tranfer 1800 Incorporate l VOLUME XLVII.-- NO PRICE FIVE CENTS. the next twelve months he devoted night 'after the election Iccnuso his entlrb timo to leading the Retho negroes who furnished the Republican cause to victory. publican victory wanted to lead u. was under tho Presidency of tho pnrndc. The Republican bosses Father O'Flanagan that Sinn Fein wore also a little afraid that if the fought lis first general election in white residents resented their con 1918. During that memorable cam- Anxious Day negroes in line duct tho vicious Ended With Hope. That over Ireland paign he traveled Rojolcc That State Has Repudiated would create a race riot. BE ON GUARD. UNCLE SAM MUST It i3 three times, often motoring 100 Collapse of Parleys Bo ' said that the Quln inauguration Morrow and the Republican miles a day, and speaking for an Was held Just outside the Mayor's , Averted. Machine. at each of fivo of six meetings hour window, and ndt in the office, to en route. The result of that elecprevent the horde of negroes from tion was tha practical annihilation taking possession and crowding of tho old Irish Parliament party, Llojd George everyone else out. Summons and Subonly six out of eight candidates surState Democrats Will Give Timely To an outsider it appears as if viving the onslaught of Sinn Fein mits Now' Proposals to Sinn in Aid to brewing in the there Is trouble i at tho polls. machine ranks hero and tho followFein Delegates. Louisville. wonderful rescuo of de Tho n standard ers of tho Valera from Lincoln prison accomaro not so Jubilant as one would plished, Harry Boland and Michael aspect. Tho dropping of "Governor" Collins, chief of the Irish Repubn Burlingamo from the Board of lican army, doing the work. ' Father Do Valera Leaves Dublin For a Looks Tjiko Quln and Safety, and "Mack" Brumleve from O'Fla'nagan soon had an opportunity Tour and Will Visit ' Not Working Machine Are to the Board of Works, looks like at a secret meeting Counties, someone threw a wrench in the maHarmoniously. account of his stemard1-shirender an chine. Then Johnny Hoagland, the to President de Valera, and Mayor's Secretary, has been cast the escape of do Valera having reaside for a perfectly young innosulted in the releasing of Arthur Griffith and the other leasers, once TRUCE 'TO REMAIN UNBROKEN. REFORM WORKERS ARRESTED- - cent Republican. As Secretary to retired again Father O'Flanagan the Mayor Hoagland also served as Into tho background, from! which ho editor of the official publication of again emerged when tho call of tho G. O. P. machine, and as duty sounded. of course he could keep The gathering here Wednesday ot Monday was one of anxious waitKentucky Democrats means much dies and Matt Informed on many The election campaign was on tor ing in England and Ireland party ond the Interesting subjects- .- Then' the retho partition Parliament for tho six next move in the Irish peacefor the for the future of the negocounties the North of Ire- tiations, with hope still prevailing welfare of the .State, judging from fusal of Mayor Q'uln a.nd the Board in by those of Safety to reappoint Police Capt. land. Tho leaders were either the programme adopted that after the fivo months better Cunningham makes ono think that prison or unable to appear In pub- and the prolonged conferences truce Tax reforms, present. over at lic, when Father O'Flanagan, schools, better roads and election all Is not up and up In machine way great personal risk, carried on an- the problemof some present would be will be the result if the circles. "slipping over" of The reforms found out apparent the other Intense campaign over the Impasse. working majorities In both branches Baker's appointment as Police LieuSo far as appears, the bIx counties. In one day ho spoke Legislature can go tenant by the Board of Safety didn't of the State next definite statement likely to In each of the six counties, addressthrough with their present sched- seem to sit so well with Quin the reach the public was to come great meetings and mak- noon Tuesday In Belfast when at ing seven ule. The spoecih of Judge Hardin, man, and the panning he received Sir ing a Journey of 120 miles. Large- James Craig, the Ulster Premier, Chairman or the State Central Com- from tho press will make tho Mayor ly as a result ot the campaign will read in the North mittee, was a masterly effort and keep a weather eye on the tricky Ireland rough-shoO'Flanagan, liament the statement agreed onParby waged Father his reference to the bemachine leaders. At this stage the man Eamonn de Valera was elected in tween him methods of the disposed to seems to and Premier Lloyd Down, Arthur Griffith in Tyrone and George, giving" the cause of a big hit Mayor just a little be his Sunday-schochine In Louisvillo made to Fermanagh, Michael Collins In Ar- ure of the negotiations the fail- . The speaker re- listen associates and reform workwith the crowd. between raid, on magh, and John MacNeil In Deny, himself and tho British Prime Minferred particularly to the ers, this Is not setting well The defiant Jap and his ally, John Bull, must not catch Uncle this proving tho grea. strength 'of ister for the establishment of an the Tyler Hotel, the eve of the elec- with and bootleggers, gamblers and the Harris, the Overton the Republican movement oven in tion, when According to a latter Sam unprepared. for Mayor negroes. Thefollows: aro telling Ches that small Carsonlto stronghold of dispatch Parliament. Democratic candidate from Belfast Monday even"Say, wot duz a. hero in the late war, was ar- and Matt as Northeast Ulster. and ing, the statement will not touch on by Ustenln' guy Father O'Flanagan has not esrested and threatened with assault dat dem Qulnnyy mean fellers fer; passed between Lloyd police. to caped the venom of tho British what has by the 'Republican machine George and the Sinn Fein repreainit we the boys dat put him over?" sigEmpire. His home has been raided sentative, Including the latter's Judge Hardin said that it was k and Tans, withholding ot consent to take and robbed by nificant that the action of the po- As our legal friends would say, argument and it and at least four attempts have oath of allegiance to the crown. the lice was upheld in a Republican that's quite an able been mado on his life by tho orpolice court later. That the Demo- looks like a merry war is on, and Arthur Griffith and! Robert C. ganized murder gangs ot England. Barton, crats of Kentucky are familiar with soon at that. Irish delegation, n machine lead- youngest in the United States. He The of the local maswept into office by Father But the fear of British bayonets or were at of (he Fein headquarters , who was the performances Sinn reception ers realize now that in Injecting the was thirty-foO'Flanaagn, has well been called British trickery never caused him Monday in London ready to see tho chine was shown by their when he was Inof any mention of Louisville during religious issue In the recent cam- stalled. The Bishop was born in the "Cornerstone of Dall Elreann," to pause for n second to consider Prime Minister should he desire a the gathering, and tliK can bo taken paign a lot of "soreness" was Nashville, Tenn., on August 17, for it was he who summoned tho his own safety when the liberty of conference with them on his re to mean that the white people of caused even - among the machine 1857. His father was a native of convention that laid the foundation his conutxy hung in tho balance. turn, while a, followers and the feeling refuses to The eloquence of Father O'Flana- consultations Sir James had further Louisville who gave Mr. Han-iof the new Sinn Fein organization. County Kerry, Ireland. His mother with his Cabinet in most critical point in this gan has gained for him the reputa- Belfast. majority of 20,000 ran look for- down. Ono at the Republican bosses was born In America but Is of Irish At the Heroic Priest Most Dramatic Figure history making convention, Father tion of being the greatest Irish orKentucky De- In trying to defend tho Republican descent. ward to relief from The monslgnor has three Sir James Craig, the Ulster Premocracy. O'Flanagan carried tho resolution ator since O'Connell. He has al- mier, speaking before the Northern living In machine's act in circulating the in tho Irish! Movement andi a sister reg- Torch, Menace and the local sheet, brothers Senator Stanley was given a that brought the whole of Ireland ready addressed monster mass meet- Parliament Tuesday in Belfast, His uncle was a Jesuit Nashville. Toddy. together upon one common plat- ings in Washington, where 4.000 said he had told Prime Minister ular ovation by the crowd when he told a prominent Democrat that priest, and two cousins also belong form, united n for liberty. With people tried) to force their way Lloyd George that the British Govreferred to the utter failure of the the machine did not to that order. Morrow Republican administration distribute the little pink slip which Arthur Griffith, he was appointed to Into the already crowded Catholic ernment's proposals to Ulster for A In this State, and that Democracy had a supposed list of Catholics on see that. Jhp. resolution Wfls.xarrled. University. At Philadelphia hun- - the settlement of the Irish- question ; f "Hero roTIelp Rat Into effect, and the two leaders ureas were turned away from the were utterly Impossible. would again take the reins ial923r the Democratic' ticTreCTnaHyof the He said ngreed upon the of five hall, one of tho newspapers declar- Ulster would not enter an four years of the Ballyhoo Governor alleged Catholics being Protosltants e and evening the Certificate Loan of Dall This afternoom ing that Father O'Flanagan, by a and his performances in the John aand prominent Masons. others. Including Count Plunkett, But the Queen's Daughters will have their land Parliament under the present Elrcnnn. Brugha Doe pardon case being enough for ooss was knocked off his feet with annual Christmas Shoppe at 416 William happy combination of wit and ora- conditions, but was prepared to disand Cathall Within a few weeks the tory, kept his audience "rocking O'Brien. for the voters. Senator Stanley also his attempted alibi when the Demo- West Chestnut. Many attractive for settlement. tears and laughter," during cuss other avenues in the negotiaold Sinn Fein organization, the Nabrought down the house when he crat came back at him thus. "My articles will be on display, among An anxious day to tho failure of the Hard-ni- g tion League and the Liberty Clubs the course ot his masterly presenta- tions designed for the pacification of referred how do you 'account for the them aprons, all kinds of needleadministration at Washington, friend, bedspreads, handkerchiefs, Under His Direction the Sinn Fein were all absorbed into the new or tion of Ireland's case. slip was distrib- work, Ireland ended Tuesday night with nor- fact that the pink ganization, under the supervision of and its promises of "back to Reperfume bottles. the hope that a complete collapse of and Fought Its First General uted from tho windows of tho AROUND FESTIVE BOARD. malcy." Tho speaker saldi that he this committee. J3y this time a tho parleys might be averted. Sir publican headquarters in tho Realty Those In. charge of the various taElection. second was more than pleased to see the election was successfully Craig, Ulster, as are: Tho first or ac Jamesexpected, Premier of before the large and happy gathering of men building tho night of tho Hnrrls bles contested at South Longford, and and Children's was declared at the Court House." That was followed by a general release qualntanco meeting ot the men of Northern Parliament in Belfast that and women Democrats of Kentucky speaking dead. Another who wants Clothes Mrs. John T. Francis. n alibi is of the prisoners of Easter Week, re- - St. Frances of Romo parish was held Ulster had refused absolutely to acand believed that the coming Candles and Cakes Mrs. Georgo Is tho dally paper which uo Thanksvlglng ova at tho parish cept an llUOity' IU MUIUUU of the Legislature would' mean to forgetreligion in the campaign, as Rankin. HIS HOME RAIDED AND ROBBED. tUUllUK Parliament, devalera, Countess Marklovicz, John school, Cavewood avenuo and Payne manded as a solution by the Sinn much for the State's progress and Injected Miss Louise Dempff. Neckwear d It has found that a street, 'ine programmo was ar- Fein delegation. But he announced McNeal and hundreds of others. tho future of the Democratlcs party. Dolls Miss Blanche Clerget. Papers The handful of men who were ranged by a committee composed of Ulster's willingness tp discuss other The reference to the big reversal in sword outs both ways.signatures conArt Miss Phoebe Harris. are of Kentucky's vote brought much ap- taining hundreds One of the most dramatic figures breathing the spark of life into tho Josepn X. Kessack, Georgo Oesweln, proposals for an Irish settlement if Pillow Cases Mrs. E. M. Van the sign 0 belnsc mailed in, stating Sinn Fein body becamo known as J. J. Fitzgerald, T. H. Merimee, they were submitted by next Tuesplause. Morrow's majority of Houton. In the Irish movement today is Itev. Eugene Broderick, In 1919 turned to 58,000 Dem- ers will not read or subscribe to committee, Jellies and Preserves Mesdames Michael O'Flanagan, of Roscommon; the provincial of war wereand when Joseph D. Shlrcllffe, L. A. Blanford, day. released Fred Blake and ocratic majority Jn 1921, a change that sheet until an apology Is made Dennis Murphy, M. E. MonOhan and Vice President of the Sinn Fein or- the prisoners Premier David Lloyd George Imby Britain, Do Valera and the Arthur Lauor, and thoso taking part mediately summoned the Sinn Foin of close to 100,000 votes, presages for Its Injection of religious preju- Patricia Duane. ganization, who has come to tho Countess sent in a list were Marklevlcz made were: a dark and dreary future for the dice. One man alone Miss Margaret United States to help in raising tho Handkerchiefs Opening address, Rev. J. H. Riley, delegates to consult with him and It, and Arthur Griffith Republican machine in Kentucky. the other day containing 313 sig- Malone. submitted to second otxernal bond certificate loan members of Song, "My Old Kentucky Homo." his Ministers and which, was appointed the Chairman, pend And many present predicted that natures. Tho Republican machine Aprons Miss Mary Roach. new proposals it they of Dall Elreann. ing the annual convention. Sinn Address by Senator W. A, Perry, them with the approval of the Sinn the tendency do Democracy would and its organ will find that their B. Wather, Jr.. is PresiMrs. meet The story of Fathor O'Flanagan's Fein spread like wild-lir- e give tho party a majority in Con- filthy style of campaigning will dent of J. over Ire Music, "Stars and Stripes For Foin, will be presented to the Ulster struggle is the Queen's Daughters, and gress this fall, this State being only bring sorry results in tho long run. Mrs. John iBuachemeyer is General connection with Ireland'sthe struggle land, clubs were stabllshed in every ever." officials before next Tuesday. The in reality a story of give big Demoone of several to parish and within six months the Solo, J. R. Davidson. Sneaking of the machine troubles, Chairman. nature of the alternative proposals Itself. In 1915, addressing a meet- call was out for the first annual cratic gains. 'Address by Thos. C. Mapother. here's where tho plot thickens, as will not ho divulged pending their ing In the City Hall of Dublin, when convention. dele Two W. Ovonton Harris, former Dem- they say, and It you can solve the Music, "Joys and Peace." MOURN HER DEATH. consideration by tho Sinn Felners. the remains of O'Donovan Rossa gates came to Dublin,thousand In answer to ocratic candidate for Mayor, was following you're entitled to rank Solo, Ernest LuvisI, accompanied The situation still Is very critical reached Ireland to bo laid to rest in given an enthusiastic reception with Sherlock Holmes and Nick Dctth on Monday closed the long Glasnevln cemetery, Father O'Flan tho call, and there adopted a con by Helena M. Sullivan. owing to the double deadlock-Ul- ster when called on to speak, and his Carter. stitution under which tho organizaAddress by J. P. Hanley. This Is tho puzzle in a refusing to entor an useful life of Martha Keene agan predicted that to Ireland would plea for assistance for Louisville nutshell: Dick Dehoney, who con- and tion was pledged to appeal to the Music, "America." Stickler, beloved wife of John B. opportunity Parliament and the Sinn lasting impression on the ducts a "soft drink stand" at Stickler, at tho family home on the como thehypocrisy fromto thetear the Irish electorate for a mandate to made a Fourth drawing o prizes, face of Fein refusing steadily to yield on mask of independent Reparty leaders and legislative repre- Fourth and Main, had his place Bardstown road. Blending with a "What Not." the question of allegiance to the she made good her declare Ireland an sentatives. In that plea M. Harris raided this past week and all the gentle disposition a keen sense of England unless the champion of tho public. Address by J. D. Shlrcllffe. Crown. The negotiations, however, Dretenslons as said: "Ah long as 27,000 negroes participants locked up by Lieut. human needs and a strong deter- richts of small nations. From that Then camo tho "around the fes- havo .not been broken off and may On the nomlntlon of Arthur Grifare able to vote blindly and un- Conkling and Patrolman Boes. mination to do her part, she identi- moment Father O'Flanagan threw fith. Eamonn de Valera was elected tive board" chat where old and now be continued on a new basis. thinkingly for a symbol, In ignormet and good Eamonn do Valera has left Dubis a Republican and a strong fied herself with the good work of his influence and the weight of his President of the Sinn Fein organiza- friends supremo. Informalfellowship ance and unconcern of men and remarks lin for a iour of his constituencies. Quln and reform. Dis- St. Charles church and for many eloquence into the work of raising tion, and Arthur Griffith and Father rojgned principles, and override a majority booster for the Vice Presidents. were mado by Roy C. Hoyor, James young Re- years assisted continuously in the people or. ireiana O'Flanagan Not only Is a breach ot tho Irish deof 20,000 white persons, so long ney Peake, a prominent with operat- many works of charity there fos- and organizing the endured five so that Ireland might bo in a posi- About this time Sinn Fein was suc- C. Sutton, Vincent Burke, William truce, which has publican, was charged Colgan and Louis Doylo. 'Twas will Louisville bo unnblo to do its months, unexpected following a posAnd hor tered. Mrs. Stickler was very much tion to take 'full advantage of the feated at the polls for three ing the gambling game. full share in advancing tho civilizn-tio- n elections, and England, an edifying as well as an en- sible cessation ot negotiations, but cessive the beloved for her serene disposition, of Kentucky." Later tho ror bt horrors, Paul Sanl, under was kindly encouragement and willing newly proclaimed doctrine of thinking tho tide had turned against joyable affair and many valuable newspapers generally imply that plume of J. J. Clark, speaker endeared himself to tho big nam do was struggling by a is On the morning of the day that the little nation that own door, de- and progressive suggestions were ad- all tho interested parties recognize gathering when ho said: "Perhaps gathered in tho haul. Just three assistance. She and mourned vanced for tho spread of holy faith seven children. he left Ireland Father O'Flanagan for fredom at her husband importance ot maintaining it. the hope closest to my heart, In the days before Sanl, a prominent re- devoted Mrs. J. M. Boho, Denver: atended the annual convention of the termined to strike hard at Sinn and good citizenship. Early in the the even go so far as to say that Who Some opportunity for public service form Republican, sent a big floral Sisterare feat new year they will meet again. Rogina, Frankfort, and Mrs. he Fein. She Invented tho a tacit understanding already exists which 1 thought I might have, was, design to Judge Eugene Dalley of Charles Woidemer, Mrs. George H. Sinn Fein organization, where and plot, and adopted tho policy of con Vice President, between tho British, the Sinn Fein was when tho latter Naber, that I might have been able to the PoMco Courlt MAOKIN COUNCIL. Miss Mattle Stickler and Miss where President De Valera,' In bid scription tor Ireland, and as a masand Ulster that the truce shall reexbring Liouisvllllans and our fellow was sworn In. Hardly had tho ter stroke, on the eve of tho openLorona Stickler, Louisville. The ding him on main unbroken and thus enable the Kentucklans throughout tho State citement died away when the police funeral took placo Thursday mprn- - to America,Godspeed that his mission ing of the East Caven Exciting times are looked tor, at resumption of the negotiations at the present declared into closer harmony, rind a finer raided Brown's cafe on Story ave- ing from 'St. Charles church. Rev. fortunate position 6f tho Irish cause campaign, seized the Sinn Fein can- tho meeting of Mackin Council Mon- any possible moment should they alleged Father IRaffo belngthe celebrant of realisation of common opportunities nue, locking up thirty-on- e was duo to tho unceasing efforts of didates. Arthur Griffith and tho day night, when tho annual election be suspended at this time. a,nd Interests." .Following Mr. Har- gamblers, most of whom were recent the requiem high mass. do She will more than to Sinn Fein President, Eamonn pa of officers will take place. The canTheso hopeful outlooks regarding ris.' address he was given a hearty hard workers for Quin the man. long bo remembered and ever sadly Father O'Flanagan n Valera, 'with hundreds of other didates for President aro John any other living man. the probablo maintenance of peace reception by the State men and Brown, like Dehoney, Is a leading missed. and T. Loo Connolly, each with in Ireland .coincide with many fresh After the suppression of the In- triots, and again cast them Into women Democrats and many were Republican worker for purity and a strong following whose friends rumors of Promior Lloyd George's surrection of that fateful Easter English prisons. outspoken in their praise of Louis- reform. Now hero's the puzzle: Since the triumphant Roscommon are making an active but friendly preparations to depart for the QUEEN'S DAUGHTERS. Week of 1916, when the leaders of ville Democracy's selection for a Did tho pollco pull a "boner?" Has the movement were either dead or election of moro than a year prer campaign. Two full tickets have Washington conference at an early standard bearer Jn tho recent cam- Qubi gono after his former boost On account at theH Christmas in prisons, and when no one yet vlous, Father O'Flanagan had re ben romlnated and the result is date. paign. Ono momber of the Legisla- ers or has tiio n Shoppe the mdnthly meeting of tho dared to hope for success, It was mained quietly in the background, awaited with Interest. It Is expectOno Indication ot hope was the "Well, when you couldn't ture eald: been scaring n few of tho Queen's Daughters has been post- Father O'Flanagn who Btopped Into taking no part on the hustings, but ed tho hall will bo taxed to hold return from Dublin ot Robert C. a fine young man like that boys Win with ante for tho poned to next Friday afternoon at the breach and rallied the forces in when England reached out with the the voters. Whatever the result, Barton, one of the Sinn Fein peace Just o ralso yes must be handicapped 6uro Republican machinotho funds? and brought mailed fist for Sinn Fein, ho again Mackin will secure a good admin- delegates. Michael Collins and DesKnights of Columbus Hall. A fea- North Roscommon enough here with tho Republican ture will be the talk of Mrs. Charles about the election of Count Plunk-et- t, took up the central place in the istration for 1922. mond Fitzgerald, however, remained machine." audience had In Ireland to await, it was thought, address tho B. Semple, who will BISHOP OF TOLEDO. father of ono of the executed fight. An immense County Caven, Mr. Harris' reference to the HIS FEAST DAY. members on "Tho needed appropria- leaders of Easter Week. When tho gathered at Coothill, the results of Premier Cralg'a utternegro votes astonished many 7,000 hear do Valera and ances in the Northern Parliament. When Msgr. Samuel A..Strch, of tion of funds for State Institutions result! of that election was made expecting to to Louisville Demo- Nashville, was consecrated Bishop under care of the Board of Charities knfiwn, the conservative London Grifith, only of hie hearers. learn of their arrest This Saturday is the feast ot St. Thursday morning's London recrat wander what their feel'ngs nf Toledo on Wednesday he became and Corrections." Times declared that Father O'Flan- and imprisonment. The people were Francis Xavlor, who was induced to ports wore that all Government buet-nowohM have been If they witnessed the youngest member of the Amer agan had gono through North Ros- dejected and discouraged. Father practice a religious lifo by thp was giving way to the gravity! suddenly appeared In of Ignatius Loyola. He was of the Irish situation. Both Govthe twekToad of drunken negro ican hierarchy. Msgr. stnen was common "like a whirlwind," carry- O'Flanagan LAST FOR THE YEAR,. gamblers driving consecrated Bishop almost at the toughs and ing all before him, probably theln midst. The "whirlwind of tho greatest missionary of an order ernment and Irish circles can avert The St. Helena's through our main streets the day exact minute at which Archbishop dlub held Its monthly social meet- through the sheer force of a com- Roscommon" fanned1 tho fires of pa- that has produced many noblo mis- tho collapse of the conference and? flame, again holding the gospel to aftr election symbol aloft a dead Curley was Installed as the head of ing, the last for the year, Monday bination of fiery eloquence and pa- triotism Caven, into after anthis time sionaries, and boro and Japan. The a renewal of warfare It had been exciting Hindustan, Malacca and in East rootfter, the of the of Baltimore. night In Presentation Academy Au- triotism. Intended to hold a Cabinet council the Archdiocese emtio party, and burling Jibes and Archbishop Henry Moeller, of Cin- ditorium, and the large attendance Count Plunkett was the first rep- campaign of three weeks, Arthur descendants of many Japanese con- Wednesday night to consider Geraaai musical resentative elected In Ireland who Griffith was returned with a ma- verted by St. Frncls in the sixteenth reparations in connection with the tatmUi t the white men and women cinnati, acted as consecrator at the appreciated' the excellent century still retained the faith when visit ot Dr. Walter Rathenau, but iwM had furnished the 2,0,000 ceremonies. BishoD Morris, of (Llt- - programme that had been arranged stood without .reservation for the jority of 1,204, The Imprisonment of de Valera Americans entered that country. At this had to be postponed in order Much Interest policy of complete independence for They tle Rock, and B'ahop Thomas E. for the .occasion. wfeite majority for Hxrrte. "tajs to permit the special Cabinet mWcht fcav been toW that the Molloy, or Brooklyn, were assist- was manifested in. the address" of Ireland and for the utter Ignoring and GrlfSth by the British Govern- St. Francis Xavler College dealing with Irish affairs t SeawCMMoB maehlae ladder were ants, and Blshon Joeenh. Schrembs. Miss Lutle Stearns, of Milwaukee, of the pretensions of the British ment made Father O'Ftanagjaa act- city, there will be a fitting obeerv-anot the day. hold a sitting. forced to oall of the KwtfcrHcan In" CIvelid, preached the pennon, wheee subject was "Business Ways House of Cera mens to any authority ing President of Sinn Fein, arid he in Ireland. The dauntless Couat, nrooeded to DubHn, where for the Toledo's now1 Bishop la the of Business Girls." parade and calibration the Saturday DEMOCRATS IRELAND S Fellow-Dcmocrn- ts Searcy-Chilto- Scnrcy-Chlito- p Sec-rota- ry d Searcy-Chilto- ol nd goody-good- the-Blac- Searcy-Chilto- ur 0:fLANAGAN s Searcy-Chilto- - ;trCTiiril"-B0rit- all-Ir- be-tw- en hand-paint- ed "Get-Togeth- Ready-to-we- ar ees-slo- All-Irela- two-edge- 40,-00- All-Irela- nd Pon-doro- sa De-hon- ey ln-do- ed te pro-Germ- an bye-electi- Hes-elo- , senrcy-unuto- ma-chl- ss ' le mb-mltt- ee ee M4ETSrjPXJ&BFSr Xl-eiftSJE- A!&dDEDfcXO.:e. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. D-- ot COMING EVENTS. 18-2- w th. Sod.l and Moi.l Adv.noement ol Irish Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's Institute and Catholic Knight t of America. lncofpcruJ. 0 Turkey disposal December auspices of Columbia Athletic Club, American nd Cthollc. 621 East St. Catherine. AAA A A A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA A"A KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Publishers l SOCIETY . jfc 1 SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c ' n Mlttr. Entered t the Loulivllln Potolllce t 8tcopd-CI- rA""AA A A A AAA" Uttm All ConRmtcitlons to U KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAH. - 319-32- 1 W.st Ulnrty Mrs. B. Bayleas Keller Is visiting StfKt In Evansvllle, the guest of Mrs. Gil-mo- ur Haynlo. LOUISVILLE, KY ... SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3 1921 (Shortly after the Armour settlement was reached tho employes' assembly of tho Swift Company voted unanimously to leave the proposed readjustment of wages to tho management of the company for action. The reductions, proposed by the management, are similar to those adopted by the Armour employes. This Is tho first time in the lijstory of tho packing Industry that a Vago reduction has been arrived at In such a manner. It proves, as the Catholic Telegraph says, that industrial disputes1 can be settled without resorting to war, and it is to bo hoped that Lahor and Capital throughout the country will learn the salutary lesson 6o happily taught. AMERICA'S DANGER. PATRIOTISM. who Hatly deny that any Catholic man. can be truly patriotic They American. and thoroughly and they dare to say that just think because you are Catnbllcs you can not bo patriotic. Now the exact contrary Is true. Just becauso you are Catholics you must bo patriotic. chief argument is that every There are many of our fellow-citize- Their has returned from a visit in' Bloomingtom and Indianapolis. Beechmont, 'Mrs. E. T. Mulloy, left Monday for New Orleans, where she will spend the winter months. Mrs. C. J. Cassilly and Miss Rose Mulligan spent Thanksgiving week in St. Louis, visiting Thomas Mulligan. Mr", and Mrs. Michael Flnnegan, Jeffersonvllle, are home after a pleasant visit with friends at Madison, Jnd. Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Fitzpatrlck, who were the holiday guests of Mr", and Mrs. D. J. Abbott, have returned ot their home in St. Louis. iMIss Fiances Malone, who attends Sacred Heart Academy In Cincinnati, Bpent the Thanksgiving . week-enwith- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John d - iMIss Daisy Belle Kehoe, Jefferson-vlll- e, the Catholic owes allegiance to Pope, hence his affections are alienated 'from his country. Thp answer Is most simple. We owe the Pope a spiritual allegiance, and that spiritual allegiance has nothing whatever to do with our duty towards our country. If I follow the leadership of a foreigner in science, in medicine or in art, writes Iter. F. IL. Kenzel.'C. S. S, It., everybody sees that I can still be a patriotic Why, then, can I not American. follow the dictates of a foreigner in religion and still love my country? The head of the Episcopalian church is the King of. England, and yet wo hear no outcry against foreign allegiance In their regard. The head of the Salvation Army Is In London, yet those hero are1 all goc-Hence it is all nothing Americans. bigotry and hostility to but Wind the great church that teaches patriotism as a sacred duty. The Catholic church teaches you that you must be obedient to the powers under which you live, and that you must uphold the rights of the na tion at the cost of your life's blood, Pius IX. condemned if need be. the whole world in 1840 the before proposition that It is lawful to rebel against legitimate1 rulers, and Leo XIII. condemned a similar proposition in 1881. Hence the patriotism of a Catholic is' not a matter of ex pediency or a sentiment confined to hysterical outbursts on national holidays, but It is an abiding, steady, conscientious principle, which holds good 'for all times and under all forms of legitimate government, The Catholic church says to her children, "You shall not tear down the flag of your country and trample it in the dust, and raise in its stead tho standard of bloodshed She says, "You and rebellion." can not be a good Catholic and at the samo time a traitor to your country." d DISCOURAGING. mi " . The latest hoard from the Anglo-Iris- h conference is discouraging, de spite the reports of the early days of tho week. Those who had the Irish question all settled up before the conference was a week old ore still awaiting developments. Wo hope for peace from tho conference b,ut there Is no use in trying to deceive ourselves. To vork out all tho details ot a settlement will require months. Meanwhile the truce continues in Ireland outside of Belfast. Whether peace or war follows the conference, It can at least be said that an effort was made on tho part of Ireland to secure peace with Justice and honor. If tho con ference fails, It will not be becauso the representatives ot Ireland did not d6 all in their power for peace. REALLY SALUTARY. Although the American people at repudiated the the last election League of Nations, yet there are cunning diplomats at Washington trying to ensnare this country into an entanglement with the European powers. On the other hand we find English propagandists working day and night to have America disarm, leaving England still mistress ot the seas, and with her ally Japan dominating powers of the world. British diplomacy forced Russia and Franco to war on one hand and Germany and Austria on the other. Tho financially crippled, and suit is that Germany was commer Austria and Russia starved and broken, France Isolated with not a friend and at daggers' points with Italy. And now England plana to make tho United States the next victim becauso our country Is a dangerous rival. With honeyed phrnses America is being told to disarm, destroy billions of dollars worth of ships and guns. The Yellow Jap is being groomed to fight this country and England Is his ally. Japam bitterly hates America because California resents tho overrunning of her land with pauper Japs, and is secretly preparing to make war on us. 'England as her ally will aid Japan, and if America loses John Bull will be tho supreme ruler of tho world. Every patriotic citizen should1 write his Senator' or Representative protesting against "the crippling of our navy or military arm. Instead let us have an increase in nayal power and America can not only defy Japan and England, but can defy tho world, ly T. Malone. Mrs. Anna Henderson announces the marriage of her daughter, Mary Lee, to Hewitt B. Zimmerman on Tuesday afternoon, November 22, Rev, G. W. Zimmerman officiating. Mr. and Mts. William Keefe announce the marriage of their daughter, Mary B. Keefe, to Guy J. Elder, the ceremony having taken place at Holy Trinity church, St. Matthews, November 24. Mr. and Mrs. Elder have begun housekeeping at Cornell Place, St. Matthews. Miss Catherine Scharfenberger, Beechmont, entertained! the Harlequin. Club Thanksgiving afternoon Thoso present wore Misses Catherine Duffy, Rosalie Campbell, Gertrude zffSSSf OFFICIAL PHOTO OF THE ARMS COXFKIIEXCE IX SESSION. Seated at the head pf the table are, left to right: Aristlde Briand, Premier of France; Senators, Underwood, Root, Lodge; Secretary Hughes, Chairman; Arthur James Balfour.'Lord Lee and Sir Auckland Geddes. Seated on left side are tho French and Japanese, delegations. Seated on right are tho Italian delegation and representatives of tho British Dominions. In the lower box aro Mrs. Harding, and 'Mrs. Coolldge. At the head of the ropm Samuel Gompers, Herbert Hoover, General Pershing and Theodore Roosevelt. &S&S$Q&Q&&$4$$ CANDIES? WHY Rudolph & Bauer 03R 234 W. MfcTX WfcSWu-- f (CiV niK Vand mens FURNISHINGS 408 W.MARKET Klapheke, Anna Catherine Schultz, Elizabeth Coleman, Ruth Morgan, Marie Denunzio, Mary Joe McGee, Thelma Dolan, Margaret Goss'and Louise Trudeau. Thomas F. Barrett, of Morton avenue, announces tho engagement of hi3 daughter, Miss Florence Barrett, to Capt. Clarence Ralph Hueb-neU. S. A., stationed at Camp Bennings, Ga. Capt. Huebner was formerly Colonel in command of the Twenty-eight- h Infantry stationed at Camp Tayolr. Miss Barrett is a sister of Col. George B. Barrett. Cassilly Misses Mary Catherine and Anna Rose Cassilly entertained Miss Cornelia Utley, of Nazareth Academy, last Saturday ovening at their home. The guests were Misses Cornelia Utley, Virginia Blandford, Cassilly, Mildred Blandford, Ruth Margaret Cassilly, Ethel May Corcoran, Louise Dickereon, Elizabeth DeCamp, Dorothy Hagan, Virginia Keyer, Mary Joe McGee, Alice McGee, Agnes Veeneman, Virginia Veenoman. Mary Catherine Vaughan, Kathryn Watson, Dorothy Watson, Mary Catherine Casslllly and Anna r, rnKvy ST.&' J yyyyyyyy. W1J1WWWW.WWW..XWW1.H NOTICE! I J NOTICE! COURSE. 235-3- 9 Marks. tQ44Q444t4m, ST. HELENA'S TWO STORES W. Jefferson I I BASED 1 ON Forty thousand employes of Armour .& Co. and of Swift & Co. made a voluntary cut in their wages, approximating a 10 per cent, reduction. The decision on the part of the employes of the Armour Company y concame at the end of a two-da- ference, twenty-fou- at which andi forty-eig- ht r representing twenty-fou- men tho em- ployes sat around a table at tho Armour plant 'in Chicago and threshed out their differencea under the provisions' of tho industrial management plan Inaugurated by the company eight months ago. Worklngmen delegates from each, of the ton plants of the company In various parts 06 the country par ticipated In the conference. At both meetings the books ot the company were opened and the financial situation of the packers exHOLYDAY. plained The representatives, of the a cut' In wages employer agreed that Next Thursday, December 8, the was neeeeeary, and tbea a coavmlt-te- e feast of ttie Immaculate Conception, Ire from the packers and. five will bo a holyday of obligation, When the decisive all should hear mass. The services from the merw-tooaetion after .five hour ot delibera- in all the eharchee will be the mme tion. "When A. fl. Trlplett, an. em- m on Sunday, the only change be- ploy from St, JoMpk, who had In j? where the manea will be akl Chalrmaa ot the earlier- - tor the beueat of working been Mleoteai committee, anfo mi feted tM report, lie people. Hours for the me wee will 'be announced' tomorrow. wee loudly cheredi. k ployers r the em- A recent letter from Ireland, from one pretty well informed, on tho progress of the peace move, says: "The official attitude of Ireland seems to be: Secure an open conference as an equal, recognized or not recognized as such expressly. Then In conference hold absolutely for Independence, meeting all objections in a way convincing to the world outside England, to convince England being secondary. Then should the conference break up and war be the result, England will be engaged in it midst the cries ot shame from tho democracies of the world. War for England In such an atmosphere would be most dis tasteful now In her present eco nomic plight. The world, convinced as it) will too of Ireland's just cause, may suffer the war to begin but can never suffer It to its Inevitable conclusion the absolute dissolution of a brave little people. Ireland Is ready for this programme unless Lloyd George and Company forestall the necessity of discussing it In full by calling for the 'fllnale' at once, viz, an Irish sovereign state. Should ho do so he may secure a friendly Ireland that will deem It good business to form a treaty that will for all time amity and peace between England and Ireland. Should he elect to go through with the programme, tho finale will, wo firmly believe, be the same, with no possible chance for many, many generations of a friendly Ireland. These conclusions aro conjecture, but based on) facts I havo come to know." 60-cu- ro - PACTS. of tho Ask our graduates. You will find them in the big business houses of wedding anniversary of Mrs. Lally's parents, the city. School is in progress. Students may enter any day. Mr. and 'Mrs. Thomas Wellington. FALL TERM BEGINS SETEMBER 5 Those .present were Messrs. and George Mesdames Berry, B. J. ST. HELENA COMMERCIAL COLLEGE Campbell, Philip Neely, C, A. Bell, 025 S. FOURTH AVE. PHONE CITY 5032 LOUISVILLE, KY. Jsham Mossbarger, L. J. Pontrlch, Philip Putz, Frank Queenan, 'Leon Marlon, Joseph Wellington, Vitus Wellington, H. C. Jackson, Wu J. Bell, A. It. Fernlan, George Oatson; Mesdames Hattie Reach, Sally Gates, W Make a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. Alico Miller, Johnnie Clark; Misses Helen Beth Jackson, Mary Kathryn Wo Uso All Modern Appliances in the Elimination of Pain. Lally, Agnes Wellington, Dorothy Mae Kelly; Masters Billy Moss231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET barger, William Bell. Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. twenty-seventh Rose Cassilly. (Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lally were hosts at an Informal party In honor A BUSINESS SCHOOL That Trains YOU To Help Yourself Drs. Harrison and Sfrassburg BILL OF SALE MADE APRIL 1, 1015, RY II. A. J. PULS TO H. B. DRIVER KNOW ALL MEN, that I, H. A. J. Puis, of Louisville, Joffer- son County, Kentucky, for and in consideration of tho sum ot $3,500, do bargain, sell, transfer, assign and deliver unto H. B. Driver, of Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, the dye and clean- ing business of H. A. J. Phis, now being carried on and conducted by the said Puis at No. 42C South Fifth street, in Louisville, County, Kentucky, its good will, name, the lease ot said premises at No. 42G South Fifth street, in said city, county and State, nnil all my rights, title or Interest in or to every tangible or Intangible thing or property now upon said premises or in any way belonging to, pertaining to or connected with the said business, the books of tho business and all notes or accounts unpaid as ot April 1, 1015, together with all ot the following enumerated and listed articles of personal property now on said premises or belonging thereon or to tho said business conducted as aforesaid at No. 42 C South ' Fifth streot, in said city, county and State. TO HAVE AND TO HOLD, as of and from April 1, 1015, all and each of tho above bargained, sold and delivered rights, titles and interest to tho said H. B. Driver, his executors, personal representatives and assigns forever. And I, the said H. A. J. Puis, do further covenant with tho said H. B. Driver, that tliero Is now no mortgage, Hon or encumbrance on any of said proporfy or business or Interest, and that I, H. A. J. Puis, will not for a period of ten years, engage in or be connected, directly or indirectly, with any business competing with the business herein sold to H. B. Driver, conducted by tho said Driver or by the corporation herejn referred to. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I havo hereunto set my hand this first day of April, 1015. H. A. J. PULS. Witnesses: Arthur M. Wallace, Jer-ferson -- - R. G. Fritts. CUPID WAS BUSY. Phone Cily 4G03 Phono City 4G93 Cupid's darts flew fast Thanksgiving week, entering many young THE NAME KENTUCKY & INDIANA DAHIIES COMPANY MEANS and happy hearts, now sailing the PURE PASTEURIZED MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS matrimonial seas, followed by the hope that tho voyage of each, may A be' ono ot bliss and prosperity. The Customer Will Know That You Watch His Interests It You Sell ) The marriage of Milss Maud E. Nalley and. Joseph E. Auerweck, Jr., K. AND I. PRODUCTS took place Wednesday morning at St. William's church. Miss Nalley FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERS wore a gown of white satin, carrying KENTUCKY AND INDIANA DAIRIES CO. a bouquet of brides' roses and Miss Margaret Auerweck, Incorporated For the Best Service and Quality of Work in the City maid of honor, wore a gown of pink JACKSON AND FEHR AVENUE BOTH PHONES 4202 charmeuso and carried pink roses. Men's Suits 81.50 Joseph Nally was best man. The Men's Thrcc-Piec- o Suits ceremony was followed by a recep81.75 tion' at the home of the bride for Men's Overcoats $1.75 the bridal party, the two families Sports Cloaks mul Clonics, Ladies' 81.50 np and a fewi close friends. After De Oio U iiotao Where work g cember 20 Mr. and Mrs. Auerweck Where PULSDRX CLEANING COMPANY brightest ; doe will be at home at Sherrian avenue, Where the work U St. Matthews. Where eookle mw II Hgkteet; real foai KZiiSiBe The wedding of Miss Irene the meal la and 'Louis Klapheke took Where Where baldag (Wee cooked beet; place Thursday morning at the St. llghtj Charles Borromeo church, attended Where the range stasd Where dralge U eaft e PROPRIETORS by many friends and admirers. The tfce test' eight Rev. Father Charles P. Raffo per- ' e That'a ' where the where Tht' Miss; Helen formed tho ceremony. 421 WEST CHESTNUT STREET. J: "Qaick Heal- - ewavt "Quick Heal" comes Landregan was her sister's maid ot N. B. Wo aro not connected or Interested In any way with a honor, and the bridesmaids' were Sold, laaUJlea and 1111.1? Reeeaaaeadaa Qal tk Bloal Ga:iU Miss Frances Beatty and Miss Edith now concern of a similar nunc II. A. J". Puis has not becri in tho Klapheke. Henry Dorenkomp was employ of this company since OCTOBER, 1017. best man. The ushers wero Stanley 5fc w 3T Schrecker and Oscar Wagner. The marriage ot Miss Gertrude Lorraine LauBholl and Lawrence Jo- The attendants wero Miss Lucy MilNOW. ATTORNEY M'TIGHE. Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and seph Fuscoe was solemnlzedi with ler, the bride's cousin, and Louis a nuptial mass at the Cathedral of Ruhl, tho bride's brother. The James J. McTJgho, who recently Oldest Bank in the State. tho Assumption Thanksgiving' morn- bride wore a white georgette wed- graduated from tho local law ing, the Rpv. P. M. J. Rock officiat- ding gown. Her veil was held in school, has opened an office in ing. The church was decorated with placo with a bandeau of orange Suite 1503 building, ferns and potted, planjs. Mlsa Eliz- blossoms. Sho carried a shower bou- Fifth and Jefferson streets. Mr. abeth Stocksdale, ot New Albany, quet ot bride's roses and maiden MoTIghe mado quite an Impression FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. was the maid of honor. Mr. Fuscoe hair terns. After the ceremony an as an orator yrhllo on the stump for had as his best 'man1 his cousin, Informal reception was held at the the Democratic ticket in the recent reaaaMaMaiaaaaaeaaaMaMaMewaaMaaaaMaaMaMaiaMaaaaaajaMaa Clarenco Wartman. The groomsmen home1 pf tho bride's parents, Mr. political campaign. OPEN FOR BUSINESS were (Messrs. John Rapp and John and Mrs. John Ruhl, at St. MatthHaley. The bride was attred In a ews. KIIiRANE GIVES CONVENT. Mrs. Ann In fSrpflnn nnnouncen the tailored costume of Harding blue, trimmed in. mold, with hat to match. 'marriage of her daughter, Miss Mary Johnny Kllbane, featherweight Her fcorsagosbouquot was of lilies pf Emma Greene, to William. PhlIlp boxing champion, has made am ofWomen's and Children's Ready tp Wear. Men's Furnishings and Piece the valley and orchids. After a Heltz, at St, Charles Dorromeo wedding breakfast at the home tof church, 'Father Charles P. Raffo of- fering of $10,000 to tho jSIstord of Goods, in correct styles and serviceable qualities. All articles in store arefreeb Policy and the bride's mother, Mr, and Mrs. ficiating. The attendants were Ray- the Humility of Mary at Villa gin new. Our value. Buy for cash, sell for cash, small overhead, small marand utmost Fuscoe left for a wedding trip in mond) J. Haragan audi Miss Clara Marie, Now Bedford, Pa. The gift was unsolicited and on that account the East, and on their return will Gunter. all the more appreciated, Ono ot be at their new homo after January the Sisters at the convent (a a rel1, 4100 Wat MadleoQi street. BEAUTIFYING CHURCH. ative ot Tha marriage of Mf Florence t fit. Paul's church. In' Lexicon is through Kilhane'a and it wa her that the offering .Blisabeth iRaihl and Edward B. undergoing a, complete renovation, made, The champion requeeted was that Kaelln solemnised "Wedoeeday and wnee. the freeeolng and. other no INOORPORATK) ' announcement be made ef bin afternoon, at Holy Trinity church, ftt. work la completed the church wrll gift. 829 WEST JKFFKItSON STIU5KT . officiating. present a beautiful appearance. Matthew, Fatter Bolston BUTTER SPECIALTY Our business has been very successful slnco I purchased the Interest of H. A. J. Puis, April 1, 1015. At that time it was a very small business, doing under $300 business' during the week ending April 10, 1015, but with hard work and sound, business methods we have built up a wonderful trade, independent of any association or combine, and our business for the week ending April O, 1021, has increased 500 over the business for the week ot April 10, 1015. Wo have enlarged our place of business at 421 WEST CHESTNUT STREET, and on May 23, 1021, wo purchased tho plant and assets of the Economy Cleaning Co., which is ono of tho most dry cleaning plants in the city. te bou-vardi- a. BOTH PHONES 2635 co -- Two-Plc- --- Where the Quick Meal Comes In Lan-greg- an HARRY B. DRIVER & SON -- GEHER & SON, MEr (til C tyUKJKJ Inter-Southe- rn National Bank of Kentucky CASH DEPARTMENT NEW STORE w' OUTLET CASH DEPARTMENT STOB&Ta v &- - v o ecbtttjoicy 111 - iifcisKC ajsk&t&xCjj- " - I" DEMAMP.NG: "' I3-- S? b UP 13 WUIE? I AN EVEM BCEA ---- A'T BlT SISTER RIGHT ON IH UPS" ; -- ' ( VOU IP POP- - POMV rVtp MP - ' ) ( ' CERTAJNuy DO AWP VvHAYSNOKE "THEN ( V NnJH raS0v7- V 'Wwow VOU SHOUl? S-Z-A VOO OOGWTA GO IH ill ) ( ; CAUSE HE Susr V erreR.. , TH' V -- -I. whip - mr. Mcowey PAJZLOR. AW' Fop - y l.Aw arounp her Pur AR TWGEE TIMET AN' his neo hee. DOMESTIC -- Kontucky We are miners and distributors of the best Eastern and Western best can therefore furnish your requirements with the their coaln Coal produced, and and lowest prices. Consumers will benefit by the purchas of NOW. Let us have your order TODAY. Special We operate three retail yards at Louisville and also ship anywhere. reduced prices on car load shipments. satis-factio- COAL(INCORPORATSK)) STEAM COAL Phone 932 For. Fuel CXiUB HOST. DR. JOHN P. BECKER the St. Bernard Mining Co. INCORPORATED Sarto Literary Club at her home on Practice limited to diagnosing East Spring streot, New Albany, at Its meeting Wednesday. The pro- and correcting defects of Eyesight gramme was original and Interesting by the fitting of proper glasses. and greatly enjoyed by all present. SUITE 310 STARKS BLDG. Mrs. Cody entertained very delightfully. Tliird Floor AND WALNUT STREETS John S. Leahy, tho eloquent St. Home Phone, City 1180 Louis orator and Knight of Columbus, Is to deliver tho momorial ad- HOURS 9 A. M. TO 6 P. M. OR BY APPOINTMENT dress Sunday at the annual services for members of Louisville (Lodge of during the Seme Phone, City 4300 Elks who have died year. Twenty-tw- o names are on Comb. Phone, Main 3580-- i MEMORIAL SERVICES. COR. FOURTH Mrs. John A. Cody was host to OPTOMETRIST H. j. BMKON, PruWent tceeit.eflaaat. ltd Maiugir. p. smOH. JR., Vict Prtx. in) Tn. P. BANN0N PIPE CO. HARVEY-JELLIC- O COAL COMPANY Ynrdiiiul Elcrator, Fopo ami Pnyno Streets. Macnolla. Yard 1000 S. First Street. Yard Fifteenth and Building. Main 033. City 14G0. Main Office 4L1 Starlts EXPERT CLEANING, PRESSING AND ALTERING ST. BERNARD COAL 314 West Chestnut Street W. B. Gathriglit, Mgr. Sewer aad Calvert Pipe, Bannon's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits, Wall Coping, Drain Tile, VitrlfleA BricK, , Fire Proofing-- Flae Lining", Fire BricH Grate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tops OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. PHONES CITY S73.1786.JCUMB. WORKS-Thirtee- nth GOODIE GANDY CO. MANUFACTURERS'! H. LEVY at Moderate Prices CITY 994 the memorial roster. aveeeaeeaaee4 MAIN:S07,ks aad Breckinridge aad Niatk aa MaBaalia. MERCHANT TAILOR- Maker of IDgh Class Ladles' and Gentlemen's Garments 402 EAST BROADWAY, AT PRESTON FINE CANDIES Candy Pullings and Wheels a Specialty 1930 West Market Street Phone Shawnee 2347 LEBANON. Joseph Hubbuch Sr. & Son Dealers In WALL PAPER AND RUGS FALLS CITY HALL BLDG.. 8 WEST MARKET ST. m9&nf9m3 C. HOT AND COLD LUNCH J. KEMPER OYSTERS SOFT DRINKS 041 WEST MARKET STREET IN SEASON SPECIAL HOT ROAST BEEP SANDWICHES PHONE CITY 1503 dealers for The Brunswick-Balko-CollendBowling Alleys, Supplies and Accessories. display. Sold on the Club Plan easy payments. Authorized er POCKET BILLARD TABLES line Sample of Tables, tables on JOHN OGLE COMPANY Incorporated SEVENTH AND JEFFERSON LOUISVILLE, KY. One of the pretty weddings solemnized this season was that of Miss Mary Louise Spalding to James M. Ballard on Thursday morning In St. Augustine's church, Lebanon, BIT jour toy aa education that trill tho Rev. J. A. Hogarty officiating. prepare them for life Miss Helen Mattlngly was bridesmaid, Robert E. GruMs was groomsman, Robert L. Spalding and Robert E. Mattlngly serving as ushers. 1U W. Broadway, Koalsvllle, Xy. Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers. FORTY HOURS. Classical, Scientific and Buslnesi Couriei, Preparatory Department, Large Swimming Pool, Well Equipped GymThis coming Sunday, the second nasium. Terms moderate. In Advent, the Forty Hours' Prayer Bro. Benjamin, Dlr. will open with high mass In St. Mary's church, Eighth street. These JNO. P. MORTON & CO. services at this church; are always Impressivo and .bring together many INCORPORATED of the former old members of the stabltehcd 1820 - Lonisvllie. tt congregation The solemn closing exercises will take place Tuesday. OFFICE OUTFITTERS STATIONERS PRINTKtlt PR El' ARE FOR RETREAT. 1120-113- St. Xavier's College Hemstitching Pleating Buttons Braiding Beading Beaked Bags Repaired ASK YOUR GROCER GeBOTT'S ORIGINAL Russell 307-- 8 Service Shoppe KREAM FRYDKAKES LOUISVILLE CREAM FRD3D CAKE CO., Incorporated Boston Building Jfclllo Itusscll, Manager. DAVIS & GREENUP DRUGS EVERYTHING THAT A FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE SHOULD CARRY . IN STOCK PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY S. W. CORNER EIGHTEENTH AND MADISON STREETS Homo Phone, Shawnee 550 R. A. Fine's Pharmacy DRUOS Prescriptions Onr Specialty "ASK YOUR DOCTOR" highland 841 WHEN IN THE HIGHLANDS STOP Bast 9153 P. P." Valinoti Electric Co. Ar EVERYTHING TO EAT AND DRINK BAXTER AND BREGKINRroGE GEO. "ROM1ES" Incorporated J. ROMISER, "Wo Uso tlio Golden Rule" 913 WEST MARKET STREET City 4782 INDUSTRIAL LIGHT AND POWER INSTALLATIONS, RESDDENOB Prop. WIRING, FEATURES, LAMPS AND REPAIRS NATIONAL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION CO. . Weekly Savings Club START ONE GENERAL CONTRACTORS 64-5- PHONES: and Broadway, begin- Cumb., South 1881 .and 9211 ENTERPRISE COAL & ICE CO. ning Thursday evening and closing Home, City 1881 and 1882 Manufacturers of the following Sunday night. The FOURTH AND HILL STREETS services will be conducted by a DoCONCRETE COLUMNS AND FLOWER VASES minican father who is an ablo and FACTORY AND COAL YARD: SEVENTH AND BERRY BOULEVARD Both Phones 2406 will eloquent pulpit orator. There bo masses every morning and serPHONES Parkway 485; South 1437-REUTLINGER & CO. mon and benediction at night. Rev. Father Hill, the pastor, will welAdolph ReatUnger come all men to this retreat, which will be a preparation for Christmas. FIEE INSURANCE Thirty-second M Next week a retreat, under the auspices of the Holy Name Society, wilj open In Holy Cross church, THIS MBNTH WITH THE La-Veg- OWEXSBORO. Groceries, Fresh Meats and Vegetables GRIFFITHS AVENUE BOTH PHONES SCHULMAN'S GROCERY TORNADO, 0 BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING , LOUISVILLE, KY. South Louisville Bank Fonrth and Central AvCnno J. B. Ohllgschlagcr, President A. J. Ohligschlngcr, Secretary HOME PHONE, CITY S529 OAKDALE DRUG COMPANY Incorporated DRUGGISTS 8104 FOURTH AVENUE, TAYLOR AND BERRY BOULEVARDS Your Patronage, Largo or Small, Always Appreciated ' PARK 262 PARK 500 PRESORLPTION Oil and Grease FOR ALL PURPOSES Kentucky Consumers Ol Company Kontucky Louisville .. Clements will be the next 123 SOUTH THIRD 8TRBET City Attorney of Owensboro, it was decided Tuesday at a caucus of the Mayor-eleand the Commissioners Every Business Has Something Extra elect. Mr. Clements took an active To Offer Its Customers part in tho Democratic campaign S. I.UBBEKS this fall. John Lyons, for seventeen years an Owensboro patrolman, AT 819 BAST BROADWAY, HAS will bo Chief of Police. WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR Main 345 ELIZABETHTOWN. WHOLE WHEAT BREAD ct LIABDLITY PLATE GLASS AND 2500 WE DELIVER CHAS. J. MERIWETHER AND BUILDER DESIGNER ARTISTIC HOMES 808 STARKS BUILDING TELEPHONES City 8196 Chas, Leber PHONES C. SHORT ORDERS OYSTERS Shawnee 800 Phone Your Wants To West 9200 070 South Sixth Street. OUT RATE DRUGGIST Twenty Steps from Broadway EDW. HART, Prop. AND MARKET STREETS N. E. COR. TWENTY-SUCTQUALITY LOWEST PRICES FINE PIES AND GOOD COFFEE HIGHEST Phono City 6077 H ARTHUR WOERTZ HART'S LUNCH ROOM AND 0HLLE PARLOR DOLL HOSPITAL Broken Dolls Repaired JOHN RECOIUS' SONS DOLL BUGGIES AND IRISH RUBBER TIRES PUT ON fclAHiS FULL LINE OF TOYS, NOVELTIES, ETC. CITY 9208 217 WEST MARKET STREET Borne Phone, City 7804 Gnmb. Phone, West 412-- W Frank Hartman ft Sons HOUSE PAINTERS AND DECORATORS 1800 WEST MARKET STREET Residence Phpne Shawnee 122-- J Soft Drinks and Hot Lunch. The Best in the City Home Phono City 3820 2106 PORTLAND AVE. D 'op in and Get Acquainted Phone Shawnee 1416 Mosti Attractive Restaurant Near Union Station. ECKERLE DRUG COMPANY EVERYTHING OUT RATE ALL THE TIME FLOYD AND MARKET LOUISVILLE, Both Phones KY. Geo. Waidlein Delicious Restaurant Pastries a Specialty. 917 "West Broutlwnj , Louisville norm Perfccto Eonova Cigar Schrocr's Smokers (UNION MADE) Home Phone, City 6041 STURDIVANT & SON TINNERS ROOFING, GUTTERING AND SPOUTING ROOFS REPAIRED AND FURNACES RETAHIED ESTIMATES PAINTED Manufacturers of FINE CIGARS , CHEERFULLY GIVEN 641 EAST JEFFERSON STREET PHONE CITY 2584 66 WEST BROADWAY SCHROER BROS. ORPHANS' DAKAR. AL STEBLER, The annual bazar for tho Protestant Orphans.' Homo will take place IHTERURBAH at the Armory beginning Tuesday and" running until Saturday evening. No admission win be charged and CAFE the" general public' Is Invited to attend Music and dancing every even317 ing. The committee of ladles In charge will serve an Llbirty Wtst to C. A. KOERNER CO. home dinner every lay from6 11 "8, to 2 o'clock and supper from Nixt Tt this meal to he furnished at the GENERAL CONTRACTORS price of 60 cent. Any af OKFIOK AND YARD: Inttrurban fair 'for any orphan deserve eup- FLOYD AXD.BURtfBTT STRUM ( pprt and It la believed, big crowd StatiM LOUI8TILL, XT.' will he thajnue next week. al ed Prop. FOR MONHY. Loans te those having regular la omea or salary, with no publicity r red tape. Loans to housekeeper n their personal security. , F. R. POOLKY, Reeaa 1, Courler-JearBBalldiag, 41K S. Fosrtk Street. SHH POOLEY ft pre-w- ar Miss Dona Isabellp Ray and Henry The Best 3So and 40o COITEE and Our Own Make Feannt Butter W. Brian, were married at St. James church, Ellzabethtown, by. tho Rev. City 1671 PHONES East 2075 Miss Leona Ray P. M. Monoghan, Obaa. B. Xrpp and 'Rudolph Rogers were the at- K. A. Xrapp Home rnone, 1.117 uu tendants. The .bride is a daughter of John D. Ray, and the groom a ERAPP'S MEAT MARKET so n of James W. Brian. Wholeule and Retail FRANKFORT. rOMX, VHAi JUTS BEZV. All SElada of Bmohad Keats The marriage of Miss Eunice 03 EAST JEFFERSON STREET y, Hicks, of Cincinnati, to (M. F. of Newport was solemnized Mark Saloi, Pres. In-- Frankfort at the rectory of the Ji O. Jooooi, Bee. ana xre&a. Church of tho Good Shepherd, the L. GRAUMAN & 00. Rev. Edward Klostermari. ofllclatlng. The attendants were Mrs. W. J. Incorporated Kennedy and Richard Herndon. Sealers la All Xlada of Office and tho ceremony Mrs. Kennedy Store rixtnrei, Baiea, vama aiju- ten, Show Oaeee, Coontero, entertained at dinner in honor of SaelvUtg, Etc other Mr. and .Mrs. Maloney, the guests "being Mr. Mrs. Baxter Cressy, S10 WXBT MAIH BTBEET of Louisville; Miss Bruce Bartol, Home Phone. City 1888 of Lexington; Miss Mary McFadden, MIssi Nell Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. CEREAL MILL CO. Paul Morgan, Messrs. Richard Hern- LOUISVILLE Incorporated don, E. G. 'Nell and Master Edward Mr. Maloney forBruce Kennedy. of the Celebrated merly lived In Frankfort, when he Manufacturers Brand was chief clerk for the Workmen's Compensation Board. "NONESUCH" Meal, Grits, Hominy, Corn FIoht, BALTIMORE'S. ARCHBISHOP. Dairy, Hog ana Poultry JFceas The reception to (Most Rev. (MichFLOYD AND BLOOM STREETS ael J. Curley, Archbishop of Baltiritv 30G9;South 1265 more, when he arrived to occupy his quasi-privaSee on November 30, was and confined to the priests Home Phone, Parkway 50 Cumb. Phone, Soutn 9Z36-- J and people of Baltimore and the suffragant Bishops. No invitations wre sent to the clergy or laity of PRESORLPTION DRUGGIST other dioceses. The solemn invitation ceremony will be that of conTAYLOR AND BERRY BLVDS. ferring tho Pallium on tho now Archfilshop. Tho date of that cere- TELEPHONE YOUR DRUG WANTS mony has not been sot, but It probBEGAN WITH PRAYER. ably will bo next spring. Archbishop Curley was esqorted from St. AuPresident Harding in his speech gustine to Baltimore by a committee of three priests Monsignor C. F. at Arlington Cemetery on Armistice or St. Patrick's day and ln' his speech at the opening Thomas, rector Monsignor of the Congress, was not afraid to church, Washington; Michael F, Foley, St. Paul's church, profess America's dependence on Baltimore, and Rev. Louis R. Stick-ne- y, God. Those wh6 heard the two rector of the Cathedral of Bal- speeches remarked upon, the evident timore, Every church bell In tho sincerity of the President, his "deep diocese rang out at 2 o'clock In the feeling in the matter, bis determinaafternoon of November 29 when tho tion to do all in his power to fight new Archbishop arrived in Balti- against war. Tho conference began with prayer, though as Father Hart-we- ll more. remarks, comparatively few TCNOW THIS. preeeat seemed to take any internet Woman fergive aad remember;' in the prayer for motrt of them It seemed merely a matter of form. ma' forget.' Ma-olneFol-Idwlte Guy Leber LEBER BROTHERS INTERIOR DECORATORS 809 NORTON BUILDING LOUISVILLE, HOME PHONE, KENTUCKY CITST S709 ' SOFT DRINK STAND CITY 3328 H. TULLY ALSO HOT AND COLD LUNCH THE BEST IN THE CITY DROP IN AND GET ACQUAINTEDX TODAY FOURTH AND AVERY STREETS A. L. G U N N BAKER AND CONFECTIONER ICECREAM 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET Shawnee 1175 nOME PHONE, CITY 0574 West 1175 .31 EASTERN KENTUCKY J. W. BUCHANAN, Manager Retail Yards CLAY COUNTY COAL COMPANY Incnrnnratfid . BLUE GEM Cln'y County. fj FAMOUS HORSE CREEK COAT. Yards: 20th and Cleveland Avo. Mines: Himn. Kv. FRED WARNS, JR. 0. K. SHEET METAL WORKS Incorporated GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES AND SKYLIGHTS REPAHtlNG OF ALL KINDS CITY 1705 .41 f TIN, SLATE AND TILE ROOFING 642 EAST ST. CATHERINE ST. Home Phone, Shawneo 803 HENRY GOSS ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING Tin Roof a Repaired and Painted BETTER SHOES FOR LESS MONEY SPALDING SHOE CO. Out of tho High Rent District EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLB STS Open Evenings UntU Nine O'clock UPHOLSTERING, Window , Asphalt Shingles a Specclalty SOU WEST BROADWAY GLOBE 8SOURITY A LOAJf OO BaeereerateC A. Laser, Manager Money Advanced tm Year Plain 81S West Jefferson Street t (geeead Pheme Fleer) " Cttr 2W. 48 CARL STOLL,' Shades, Curtain Hangers, Cleaning Oil Shades. Office and "Works E. St. Catherine. Pfeea ! ft ( Hcewsr'irTjoErsr jTBtxawat jj&a&Bj&jLjjj$L. j 4v i BACON a --" HMeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeiee v nMmMHnnMBBMBmHniaM HERMAN STRAUS SONS rOURTH AVENUC tNeaHPOBATCO. MARKeT STREET ' u '& t- "1INCORPORATED We (Jive and Redeem Surety Couponi. " " We dive and Redeem Qeld Trading Stamps. DO YOU KNOW ABOUT OUR Household Club Plan? A Convenient and Dignified Method of Purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred Toy Shopping Is Joy Shopping At Sutcliffe's Right now, when our stock Is so complete and clean, "and you can get such prompt, personal Bcrvlco, you get the keenest pleasure In picking out your gifts from our wonderful display of dolls, toys and games. December crowds will soon flock to our store the public knows by past experience that our stock la attractive In both price and selection. BOYS' SUITS $10 SfD We are offering you these Suits i; at a very special price, just toadver I; tise our Boys' Department. These Suits are made of good woolen mate- iiterials, splendidly tailored and fin-- ; i Payments. The outstanding features of this method are its" convenience in making purchases without any considerable outlay of cash. The advantage of buying on the Club Plan during our various sales AT SALE PRICES. Whatever ia the price of the goods to a cash or a charge customer, that is also the price to a Household Club Plan customer. There is positively no There are no "confidential arrangements." It is conducted upon an open basis with a fixed schedule of rates. The first payments and the monthly payments are the same to all. Sutcliffe's Christmas Catalog Is the very thing to have for shopping, with 1U 109 Illustrated pages. Call or write for one It Is free and will be mailed to any address. long-dlsta- cUTeilFFE Gb BRANCH STORE tMCOn.POB.ATeO I rftifrf 2200UTK FOURTH AVE-- : i ishecL j STARKS BLDGc THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW Surety Coupons Are Given to Club Plan Customers gVVVVVYyyVYVVVVYVVV WALNUT THEATER HOME OF HIGH CLASS PICTURES AND GOOD MUSIC. PERFECT FITTING SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES RECENT DEATHS. After a declino in health for two years, William F. Metcalfe, aged flfty, passed peacefully into eternal rest at hia home, 13 19 Morton avenue. "Will Metcalfe was ono of the typo of men whose integrity and industry give permanence to any community. In his day and generation ho did his full duty to family and neighbors, who realize their great loss. His funeral took place Saturday morning with tcquiem. high mass at St. Brigid's church. Surviving him are his widow, Mrs. Annie Sinnott Metcalfe: three sons, William O., Carroll P., and John J. Metcalfe; two daughters, Miss Metcalfe and Mrs. J, Frank Russell; two sisters, Mrs. Michael Tynan and Mrs. "William Smith; a brother, James Metcalfe, and his mother, Airs. Margaret Metcalfe. Funeral services for Miss Ellen Brown, 55 years old, who died Saturday at her home in Owensboro were held Monday afternoon at St. Brigid's church. Miss Brown is survived by a sister, Mrs. Betty Jones, Louisville, and four brothers. Clem Pittsburgh, Brown, and' Robert, James and Violin" Brown, Owensboro. Many friends tender syimuathy to Ezra and Nora Sweet. 2353 Sycamore avenue, from whom the Angel of Death hajs taken their infant son, Edward Eugene, whose advent three months ago brought happniess into their home. Tuesday the body was tenderly laid to rest in St. Louis cemetery. Mrs. Rosle Haffner, an aged and respecte'd member of St. Charles congregation, the widow of Frank Haffner, was1 released from earthly suffering at her home, 2613 "West Market street. Mrs. Haffner is survived by seven children, Frank T.. C. Haffner; Neal J. and Walter Miss Reglna Haffner and Mrs. G. ft. Ford. Mrs. S. H. Ruffra and Mrs. A. B. Kevwood; ono sister, MImj Margaret Fox: two brothers. C. T. Fox, Qulncy, 111., and John T. Fox, Oklahoma, Cal. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Father Hu-ber- Western Kentucky Lump Mine Run Eastern Kentucky Lump COAL tpO.DW $10 AkkkkkAkkkkkkAirkAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH r . d? TA t "5 HOLIDAY SPECIALS Western Kentucky dC 7C AN ORPHAN SAVED IS A niTTOPM VUlCiLlVI M A Tt? 1'A.rt.lJj' . $d.iD (tj1? HZL c I :i 'K pi.It) "I.FT'S C A I.I. J.2.X1- A HFI.P" ! SUITS AND TERMS CASH . ta B. & B. Ice and Coal Co. ty Phones-Ci- t t ( ixvcnueui Anniversarv .e .; c OVERCOATS OD NvV1 OPTICAL nrOOBFBBATJSD Fourteenth and Orinsby. South 342. 1920 and 1040 t t t t t f. t t C BAZAAR Armory, Dec. 6, 7, 8, 9, Dinner 11 t K Oculists' Prescriptions. SHOES For Every Member of the Family at 10, 1921 M. t t l t A. M. to 2 P. M. Supper S to 8. P. $24.50 t Broken Values-43- 0, SOUTHERN COMPANY '( t t t t e ' Old Fashioned Cooking. Fourth and Chestnut. FRED FEIGE & SON 431 E. MARKET ST. MEALS 50c BAND CONCERTS AND DANCING s- - $35, $40 Franklin Gas Burners ;; 1 C See Window Display FURNACES Overhauled ji and Cleaned HENRY FISCHER ATT a ALU COME , A.LJL KAkAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAkAAAAAkkkkkAAAAAkkkAkkkkkkkkAAAj ADMISSION FREE 7VTHES COME ; j. I CUNNING LEWIS & BROTZGE EXCLUSIVE. CLOTHES SHOP NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON ijrklckkiik'k'k&A'k'kkhAA AAAAA $2,50 E. G. HEARTICK Clty21Sl East 2173 915 E. Broadway. PORK PACKER Boiled Hams a Specialty THE VERY BEST SHINGLES j; AA Aii JOHN B. RATTERMAN On Sunday there passed away ono of the pioneers of Sacred Hear, parish, Raffo. GOOD FURNITURE AT MODERATE PRICES FOR XMAS GIFTS fWM. F. MAYER 413 West Market Street. -- That are practical and comfortable, as well as attractive in design. SiKh are the patterns that we are showing this season. Call and look overour large selection of FURNITURE, as It is no trouble at all to show you, whether you buy or not. SWISS CLEANING OF- MEN'S SUITS With Minor Repairs Free Saves Buying. Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed. Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. years old! and! for nearly half a cenFUNERAL DIRECTOR tury an engineer on the Louisville and Nashville railroad. Besides his 2114 WEST MARKET STREET widow, Mrs. Mary Dorsey Keeley,' and a daughter, Mrs. George Cllnel three Phpnes Shawnee 1243. Cumberland 310 iShawnee Terrace, are sons, Thomas, William and Harry West 1 179. Keeley. The funeral took place Tuesday morning at Sacred Heart church, Rev. Father Patrick Walsh conducting the solemn obsequies. Tho passing of Miss Grade D. Frey, tho beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Frey, Cleveland Funeral Directors boulevard', leaves am aching void in the famflly circle and among her many friends that will not bo soon Oiled. She was eighteen years old Telephone 1022 and possessed a genial disposition and splendid traits of character. EC. Her funeral1 took place Sunday afternoon, with interment in St. Cumb. West 295 Michael's cemetery. Home Shaw. 105 Mrs. Josephine Metzler, thirty-on- e years old, wife of Charles J. Metzler, died Sunday afternoon at her home, 1233 Hull street. Besides FLORIST her husband, she is survived by her mother, Mrs. Catherine Hubbuch, Cut flowers, Designs, Plants and! a small daughter. Fun oral serv ices wero held Tuesday morning at nd Qretrawood, St. Aloysius church, attended by many mourning' friends and rel atlves. John R. Keeloy, sixty-eig- ht MASON GOSS FRED ERHART SOFT DRINKS EPPING'S ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING mmxM ! to 4W a FLOORING ng OO47Z90 j a. BrMklariOc! BrE0S TiH an4 Birltak, wteap -- Mw&P9wft XtM a a. tt. HOME PHONE CITY 2S28 735 E. BROADWAY. LOUISVILLE, KY. H. BOSSES SON and Embalmers. N. W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson GAS FTTTINa AND SEWERAGE ftttf t't'f TtfftTiirfTf TtmiBHinrtrtinuiicmf GRAN W. SMITH'S SON! f AL. S. .SMITH, PROP. 4 ROBERT E. SCHULER PLUMBING Repair Work Promptly Attended To 1009 MARY. STREET Phone City 6708 HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES All Kinds of Footwear For the Whole Family Two IIAMBLY'S Stores 20th and Portland Shaw. 1710 City 7104 18th and Magazine 600 BROADWA Funeral I Director and Embalmed I ' BOTH PHONES 810. SIMON PONTRICH SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. ! I te9aBaajiaM' 1'M H M 1 tj H itiit ! 1 M 11 Tweoty-eight- h CORNS,BUNIONS iHTMriH DOUGHERTY & McELUOH; 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, mi Hmwi Kttti SitortfkiHr TmM Dr. SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS XKOOXPOXAVflD In the death of Father Ketcham. (Irish Z. Lltsiy tho Catholic Indians ot the United INDIANS LOSE REAL FRIEND. JOHN B. WAT HEN Office Gl7Sonth Feurth. Plant OOO South Sixth. ,s Stark 607 BallAiai I have a number of second mortgage notes amply secured, 'which I will sell at a sufficient discount to make a very attractive investment. A GOOD INVESTMENT Beth FkoffM ASSESSMENT FOR, MONUMENT. laoi COAL CO. IEW O. T. OOAIi YARD S. v 0 flwi County President Jos. D. announced (Monday that the HiMARION E. TAYLOR RLDG. TAMPION AUBUCHON, Pres. bernian members would lm aoeeafied flfty cents each, for the fund being City 3430 Main 1932 raisea to erect tne monument to the Nuns of the Battlefield) at Wash ington. wishing to Tho Goose on "Wrapper Is Assurance contribute can. do an hv trlvlntr their Magic White Naphtha Stap and Magic Bakes contributions to any of tho men or women members ot the order. lhat Non-membe- rs rUUNlTUUB MOVINCI AND States lost a real friend and a zealPAGJONa ous missionary. Father Ketcham SO Sostb Tweacr-Wxlf- e IK. was a. convert, of Puritan, ancestry, and he became a tireless worker on ShAwnee 1936 West H84 behalf ot the Catholic Church. He tX)NG DISTANCH HAULINS was not noted for his sermons but he did the rough, hard work on the baughtehs of isAmajii. missions where neither applause nor fame "awaited him. And afterwards The election of ofllcera for the in Washington he dfd his great work for the Indians quietly and meeting of without ostentation. He had work 'regular to do which required all his ability Louisville Circle, Daughters of Isa and prudence to accomplish. That bella, to be held' Sunday afternoon. he succeeded in doing so much for December 4, at Knights of Colum his Indians tells how hard he la- bus Hall. ,Thls is a very important bored. He workod for God nnd for meeting and a large attendance is expected, his Indian friends. semi-monthly I Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH Cumb. Main A PJEX02STJ&S. Home City 2S9S ! ; 299S-- a i 4''tl iM MIHII1 I UtlllHi 371.y $ SVAVVttfrVWvVVVWtVt't'ViVVVV dVJNLE.l.'UUXiStt CUMJSEKlaAJNU A1AIJX J. J- - BARRETT'S 30NS AND EMBALMERS. FUNERAL DIRECTORS Are the Original. Manufactured By MA-GI- O gtory Avenue. XMOMtVMKAUV SOAP COMPANY RETREATS. ST. PIUMr NERI'S. Ber. Father leander, C. P., recThe annual bazar given by tho tor ot the Sacred Heart Retreat, on The Alanomi Social Club, com- Tuesday began a retreat for the Lit- parishioners of St. Philip Neri's Louisville, Kyi posed of the youngr people of St. tle Sisters ef the Poor at the Home church came to a very successful Peter's church, and; the Young La- for the Aged, Tenth and Magazine. close. The booths'wero welt patrondies' Sodality will take part in a The closing will take place on De- ized, audi the festival was pro- spiritual retreat tq, be conducted by cember 8, the feast of the Immacu- "nouncod a fine success by great throngs. The pastor, Rev. Father Rev. Father Anthony Hodapp, O. late Conception. M. C, at St. Peter's church beginRev. Father Raphael, C. P is at Ackermann, is well pleased with the YOUNG PEOPLE'S RETREAT. ty ssa. 839 East JWtadbtx street. VKvwvfcMvviititiii Maa SI-? Hfek k .'-- . K. 0l prices, biro Ha a trial. ftt tlM very Gttv 4489; Cwafe, Kart JMKM Cly ad Fulton Street. lewt ning Thursday, December 8, at 7:30 p. xa. The other services will be Friday at 5:30 a. m. gad. 7:30 p. m., and. closing Sunday erealng at i 7:39. Nazareth Academy, where on Monday he began a retreat for the Sisters of Clxatlty. This also will olose oe the feaet ot the Immaculate I of the bazar and much credit is due the ladies who Bpared neither time nor energy to make this one ot the blsr events of the 1X1119 year at' St. Philip's. t success T). L. DirectorBAX . Funeral aad Embalmer - rr .'& -- ff' .