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' slstance of Bible class workers, min isters, business men, civic workers or anyone else. Mayor Quin can take a fTfteenHmniute stroll away from the City Hall, go through Walnut, Tenth, Chestnut and West streets and see crowds of negro gamblers, loafers and Vicious crooks hanginigMn front of and Inside tough negro dives that pose as soft drink etandsi. Mayor PHflWE: HOMC Bort' loliHTM(e4Tfmff Incorporate 8rery Drlrer an 1800 VOLUME XLVII.-- NO LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1921. ment and of the Imperial ParliaThe Imperial Parliament jnas been summoned to meet December 14, and will be opened in, state by t!he King, who 'has taken the closest personal Interest in tho Irish since he practically instigated them when he opened the Ulster Parliament. Approval of the Imperial' Parliament is a foregone conclusion, ns the Government has an overwhelming majority In the House df Commons favoring its Irlslh policy, and the action of the British representatives In reaching the agreement al ready has been Indorsed unanimously by ithe Cabinet. The pos'ition of Ulster is less cortia'sn. Evidence comes from Belfast that tho treaty will be subjected to the most search ing examination before receiving as sent, and doubtless many modifications will be proposed- - Tho King hastened to send a telegram to the Prime Mi mister congratulating him on the success of the negotiations and. declaring: "I am overjoyed to hear the splendid news." Tho treaty was signed by nil the members of the British and Irish delegation participating in the negotiations, the Irish delegates signing tnelr Gaelic names. Ireland s treat ed as a single, entity in the pro visions of the treaty, with Bneclal clauses providing against the pos sibility that Ulster ehou'Kd refuse acquiescence In the settlement, in which oaee the Government of Ireland Act of 1920 will remain in force so. far as the Northern Parliament is concerned, but with the stipulation that a special comm'lsslon shall determine new boundaries for Northern Ireland. Provisions also are made for the of the two parliaments in providing certain safeguards in tho event o Ulster 'remaining out of the new Free State. Neither parliament, however, will be permitted under the treaty to make laws endowing any particular religion or to impose any leliglous disability. Tho treaty leaves to Ireland in tho future undertaking Its own coastal' defense and provides that Ireland In time of war shall give tho British farces necessary harbor and other facilities. It further, by providing against international limitation of armaments, recognizes the Inish Free State's right to maintain its own military defense force. Austen Chamberlain, who is leader of the Government In the House of Gammons and of tho Unionist party, speaking at Binminlghaim Tuesday, expressed, thoi conviction that before Chritsmas peace and! l' would be established, between "the parent races OB the British XtommoawcaitiV and he appealed With emotion io Northern Ireland to join the new Free State. The Irish delegates reiturm home fully satisfied wlith the result of the negotiations They expect some opposition In the Da&l Blreann, but, with the influence of Grifllitih and Michael Collins, as WelV as the other delegates, they have little apprehension ns to the outcome. With the tension and anxiety of the! ipast weeks giving place to general rejoicing, Wednesday was a day congratulations, of of tho memories of great figures In the Irish struggle, whose work and sacrifices .paved 'the road to toand of day's accomplishments', preparations) for the necessary formalities for bringing the new Irish Free State into being. Nowhere Is there any real idea that anything dan now happen to prevent Its birth, although difficult detail may have to! be encountered. One of 'the first fruits of the peace probably arranged for at the conference when the treaty was dratted : was the royal proclamation liberating more than 3,000 prisoners Interned in Jreland.. It is reported also that there may bo reconsideration of the sentences imposed on thJofcae Irishmen convicted of political crimes. Preparations are afoot in London, Dublin and Belfast for the consideration of the treaty. Tho Kirtg has summoned Parliament to meet at Westminster December 14 to ratify ithe treaty, and. Cabinet councils have been summoned at Eairiann dd Dublin and Belfast. Valera has as yet given no hlht of his attitude, hut It Ss generally assumed as the delegates to tho London conference were plenipotentiaries that ithe treaty will be approved at least in principle. The signing of the treaty has been received joyfully by tho Labor party. A jolnlt manifesto was Issued, by the various bodies comprising the party, expressing satisfaction and the hope that Ulster would wholeheartedly adopt the agreemient, and also appealing to tho Belfast workers 'to secure Industrial peace In tho Interest of trade union solidarity. The Irish: delegates on leaving London for Dublin 'had a wildly enthusiastic sendoff from thousands of London Irishmen and women gathered In Eustoru station. The large force of police present tried! vainly Ao control the excited1 crowd, but the delegates had literally to fight their way to tho train. Michael Collins gavo a brief statement to the press Wednesday evening, but made no direct comment on the treaty, confining himself to remarks on tho possible Influence, of the Irish Free' State on world, politics. The royal proclamation calling for the assembling of Parliament next week orders tho members to attend for consideration of "divers urgent and Important maittera" Under tho proclamation the Sinn Fein members, who have heretofore dis regarded thfet summoning of tho House of Commons, may take their seats. It is doubtful, however, it they wSli'. There, are serenity-th-reof them, including Griffith, De Valera, Ooftkig, Countess Mferkle- VJcz, Hwrry J. Boland, and' athar 'members of the Dall Blreann, ment. nego-t!ilIo- ns good-wilall-rou- PRICE FIVE CENTS. REPUBLICAN 'Voters Out Jn Stute Crow Very tor to Louisville's g'. O. P. Machine. Jilt- MAKE HOME Where Old .Folks Gladly HHt and Children Find Greatest ' Pleasure. THE TEACHER CALLS FOR A LULL. " Beloved brertrj Quin can take a shorter stroll than that to pee that his po- we now sing L j lice department is not enforcing the Going to laws. f Low WhUe Da nqef V Y&J& II How Long Is Major Quln Let him go for a three- " minute Walk over to Cedar street, uitLf ju Plead For Help ami Co- is NiqU going West from Sixth street, and operation? for four or five brocks he will see the scum of our negro population and from whence came a big portion of his 27,000 negro votes in tho Negro lections Thronged With election. For another jaunt let him go In the neighborhood Of First and Iilicrs and Crooks, Immune Liberty and see the hundreds of Police. From tough negro men and women (Congregating there day and night wlth-pbeing molested bv the police. These thousands of Idle negroes CAPT. IiAUKIX'S FUNNY STOUY. depend on either gambling or burglary for a living, with election repeating as a side lino in campaign times. Frequently we hear of tho One can not help chronicling the police raiding a dice or poker game, fact 'that all te not joy and fierone (lie police and the In the Republican ranks, either organ mnklng much over the fact State or locally, nor is that har- that a Democrat was caught In the mony present which one would ex- raid, but one never hears of a raid pect considering that the party is In tho negro sections where hunin power 'Jn ithe nation, State and dreds of negro crooks and dope g of the Hardcity. The are living a dangerous mening administration in regard to al- fiends the community. has dis- ace to amid disarmament liances Mayor Quin So the gusted many ipeople, but the great- addresses anext time gathering and ladles est worry of (the G. O. P. is that out that "bull" about wanting the the millions of unemployed men ami of that particular body women throughout the country are wondering what has beoomo of the In cleaning the town, let some pubIn the lic spirited hearer tell him to put full dinner parti promises. of the police on tho Job. Many have outbid State the Republicans Louisville are bitter against the begun to doubt already that Quin n machine, claiming the man will pull away from the n clutches of that every thtolng has been sacrificed chine. The the instance was maThe local "reform" crowd advises its friends to take a short tho Nafirst to akl the parity In Louisville. Searcy gave promotion of Sergeant Baker to a tional Committeeman. and well needed rest. out the statement the other day that lloutenantcy, after Baker had been given the parity exposed as an election offender by the stinging defeat In the recent State elections was due tho Mayor's Election Committee. Of to the fact that Harding and Post- that Injustice there hasn't been a master Hayes hadn't kicked out word from tho Mayor, nor has ho Postmasters. discussed th6 Baker appointment enough Democratic This 1s to laugh. The majority of with any of the gatherings ' from Kentucky voters attribute the de- whom he solicits advice and counfeat to ithe rank failure of itihe sel. No one has heard yet of Quin GG&SM&&&&$QQ&S$$$ at announcing that the police, fire'Howdy Ed" administration How it'hne flies. Eigh- men and city employes must not Frankfort. n teen months ago (the (bosses were contribute monthly to the Republiorgan and ithe G. O. P. can League, this being tjic claim n carrying Morrow around on a sil- shaving method of the ver platter at the Republican, namachine. tional convention, and claiming that Irvln Cohb, a humorist of national One of the Board of Trade officials was quoted Saturday as saying that all must forget he was the logical ndmlnee for Vice reputation, relates a funny story In d incidents of the recent political campaign, and Jus views are the views of those responsible for President, because he just had Evening Post the columns of the Kentucky by 40,000 majority-No- w every day, but Capt. Edmund agitation. Concerning this the fallowing is taken from the Louisville Times: .the just lost it by fiO.000, and Larkln, of the Police Department, he would "If the Mayor and his committee, want, togojinto'tho damage question, they jaro ready to throw bricks at related one tothe press the otheF like to submit a few facts: To begin with, it knows that a very wealthy Catholic capitalist the Republican Governor. day that surpasses anything of Mr. recently declined to invest in a Louisville proposition because of the scurrilous and untrue A. Boss Searcy also gave out the Cobb's and is excruciatingly funny. etateemnt that he was running back Here Is Capt. Larkln's funny story: P. A. campaign made by the Republican committee at the fall election. Here is a definite inand tenth to Washington to urge the "My men patrol ,the district from stance of damage done that can not be charged to Mr. Harris. The Republican organ was sown appointment of Republicans as Post- Preston to Sixth and from Broadinnuendo for weeks before the election. Men who are now occupying judiwith masters, but doesn't seeni to hare way to the river. Hero Is a list cial and other offices, and some of the foremost private citizens, signed an advertisement calof Senator Ernst of the cigar stands, soft drink esthe n and Republican leader Maurice organs, published elsewhere but culated to arouse religious prejudice. Shoddy my or Covington, who appear to tablishments and such places In proremarkably full of religious 'argument," were circulated by tho thousands. The "pink circudistrict. The list shows the have joined the big army of State lar', against which Doctor Mullins righteously inveighs 'in another column of the Times toRepublicans to opposition to the prietor's name, phone numhor' and day, was distributed widely in the interest of the Republican ticket." . Louisv'Iio machine. Somle of the home address. If. I hear that the or State leaders aver that Ches' fre- -' Yellow House,Housetho Green House, Rev. Dr. E. Y. Mullins, president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, said in is violating the quent trips to Washington mean or the Pink a published letter: "The odiousness of the pink circular as a political method appears when anlaw I don't want to have to go In that he is laboring hardi to land the other list of names issued by the Republicans in a tract entitled 'Some Things You Should and ask a lot of bums who runs the appointment to the Louisville Know About.' It gives a list of the present police force, and contains 347 names. On that list of his cousin, CaL Petty, place and where he Is." That's a story, of Capt. good Chief df Police. And strong rumor corking Baptists, or a fraction over 28 per cent, of the total, On the pink circuthere are ninety-eigh-t Harding Larkln's, isn't it, and Is especially has It that both President names of Democratic candidates and' a little over twenty names of lar there are ninety-on-e and Postmaster Hays are a little amusing to those that traverse his Catholics on the corrected fists; that is the Catholics number a fraction over 27 per cent. 61 if the Captain's lukewarm oni Potty's appointment, district. Wonder the total. Now, if 27 pef cent, of Catholics prove a sinister bargain with the Democrats, does both being opposed to a man jump- complete index system will tell ing from one position to another. just how much each of those soft not 28 per "cent, of Baptist policemen prove a sinister bargain between Republicans and the Senator Ernst and Mr. Galviu don't drink men and Green, Yellow and (Baptists? That is the clear indication of. the pink circular. Baptists today have twice as seem to be fretting over the matter Pink House proprietors contributed many policemen as any other denomination and seven times as many policemen as any other one strong inside tip is that the to the Republican campaign fund, and a denomination. Do the Republicans mean to boycott the other denominations? Now, I do not plum will go to Herman Monroe, and who made the collection. You can bet that "Governor-Pauone of tho old guard of the G. O. P., believe the Republicans are trying to bribe the Baptists or boycott others more than I believe Burllngame is a bitter oppowho seems to liavo acquired considthe' Democrats are trying to bribe the Catholics. There are valid reasons for tho 27 per cent, erable backing for the place. All nent of women dn politics. During of Catholics and for the 28 per cent, of Baptists, urmy opinion. If not, let the whole truth be of the above sounds very plausible, the campaign the "Governor" had known. Baptists will be the first to revolt against any corrupt combination of political parties as one would hardly expect Boss two scrub women of itihe City Hos Searcy to be back and pital force thrown out in the cold, with religious bodies. I have written the above simply as a protest against what to me is an fonthl to Washington just to secure cruel world for daring to register unworthy political appeal." the Postmasterahip appointments for as Democrats. The hullabaloo that The sentiments expressed above by avProtestant editor and a Baptist minister can be tho same State Republicans at Hickory was raised pretty near drove construed to mean that serious damage was .done to Louisville by the Louisville Herald, the Corners or Gravel Switch. Naturally Board of Safety Chairman crazy. that the Republican leaders and the Republican Campaign Committee, which attacked Catholics living he would be more 'interseted in Col. This Week it developed -"Governor" was accused by Miss Lad." and dead. Tho campaign committee were William Heyburn, S,- - Thruston Ballard, James C. Tho 'coming session of tho Leg- Emma Hunt of having tried ibo have Willson, A. E. Willson, Arthur D. Allen, Charles G. Middleton, Frank B. Russell, Mrs. John islature promises much, for tho her removed from this zone of tho Mrs. A. T. Hert, Mrs. Morris Gifford, Mrs. James A Leech, Mrs. Herbert Bronner, AlState and the future Of the Dem- United Public Health Service. Miss fred LeGros, Charles F. Huhlein, Henry G. Knadler, B. Bernheim, C. C. Mengel, C. C. Stoll, Marocratic party. The party is on rec- Hunt is a State politician of renown ord .tor beneficial legislation that and a Democratic fighter of the old) vin H. Lewis, Ben L. Bruner, Chester K. .Reed, Richard M. Bean, Arthur Peter. The above She enlisted all her powerwlM insure success la the next State school. list are the ones referred to by the Louisville Times as "foremost private citizens" and they races. Many guesses1 are being ful friends In both the State and should take the lead in repairing the damage done to Louisville's good name and the injustice probable starters for tho nation, charging that the local Remade as to done Catholic citizens. If they lead a movement to destroy religious political prejudice in this Democratic nomination in 1S23, and publican machine was tryta'S to the general opinion 'is that (Crom force her removal because she dared city they will have done a good work and earned'the gratitude of all d citizens. the present trend! itihe) nomination to register Iher views-- The result wIH be like In the old days equiv- Was another solar plexus for "Govalent to an election. Senator Slm- - ernor" Burllngame, and if you wont mens, of tho present Senate, da be- to make Paul mad ask him what he urday were called t the Irish Bar Tuesday the wonld wab electrified by ing groomed by Percy Haly and thinks of woman suffrage. by Lord Chief Justice Molony. .They the announcement from London that Hampton. Congressman are free to practice at once, but the Government officials and tho Barkloy, of the Fired district, ST. LAWRENCE INSTITUTE. representatives of tho DaSl GIreann their work is restricted to Ireland. receiving quite a boom from his am agreement, the "had reached home section. Congressman CampThe annual meeting of the Board terms of which will he submitted for rOXMFF IS PLEASED. bell Canitrill has been in the lime- of Directors and friends of St. Lawthe acceptance of Parliament and1 Df light as a probable starter for some rence Institute will be held Tuesj Pope Benedict, a message! from World Rejoices That Pcoplo Have tho Ball Elmeann. After a session time, but "has nover offiiolally an- day night) In, the Knights of ColumAVon Battle That Lasted Seven expressed great satiswhich lasted more than ihxee hours, nounced he would be a candidate. bus Hall, and. will be of much In- Rome said, learning hat an agreefrom 11:15 at night until 2;20 in Our own James Garnett, former At- terest. At ihla meeting expiring va- faction on, been Centuries. reached by the Britthe morning, ithe meeting of tho torney General, has a big following cancies in the Board of Directors ment had Government Ministers and Irish repthroughout the State who want him will be filled and plans for the com-In- ish and Sinn Fein delegates affordresentatives in the Downnlg street year decided upon. This is such ing a basis for settlement of tho to be Ahe Democratic standard, beax-4-r, residence of the Prime Minister seand it goes without saying he e, 'splendid object that It should ap- Irish question. The Irish struggle woHta make a formidable candidate. peal to all men, and for that reason has been one of the greatest anxieties Sinn Fein and British Cabinet Reach parated, and n mdmber of the Cabinet, replying to a question as to Many wonder how long Mayor It Is desired that every ono interest- for the Pontiff. Representatives of An Agreement That Carries how things stood; saldi; Huston Quint is going to keep up Ills ed, whether contributing member or both sides have had active friends Pope Benedict did not "The news Isn't bad; an agree-menFreedom. iwwontt berfes of continual perform- - otherwise, should attend this meet- In Rome. in fact, has been reached, tho . nc in regard, to betterment of ing. Tho groat work being done by conceal his sympathy wltlh what he the just Claimta of terms of which will bo cOmmuni1" ojidiitoljus morally. For the past this boys' home is too little known regardedbut condemned the the Irish violence people, cated to ithe press in time for tho .two weeks: we have been reading to the public at large. on both sides. "" daily- of how Mayor QuIbi addressed All Arc Hopeful That Minor Details Wednesday morning papers." HARDING REFUSES. meeting of bulneM men, goodi The trelaty as signed conHlstB bf Bo Perfected Without a CIIRISTJLVS ENTERTAINMENT. eigMeen articles and giving to Ireoviwimnt 'representatives, mlnis-tm- , l land the titlo of the Irish Free State workers or simPresident .Watfren G. HardSng Hitch. A Christmas and the same const! tuloiikl status as itar bodies, and In every lnkuce doies not believe the present time ment pleasing presented by entertainwill the chilCanada, Australia and other over-Beibe wtMiajor came out with, the opportune for dtecuaeloa of Irteh In dren) of be St. Philip Nori school' on the dominions. wtrhe Hwe of tlk. Ilia teewea were dependence, according to word Bent The question- of al motitd that lie wanted their hearty co. by him Tuesday to a delegation! of evening of December 22 wt Wlnd-thor- PRISONERS FREED HY KING. legiance, which up to the lastnegoHall. An excellent ment threatened to wree.k the utxtrtttkHt ami &fsaea la cleuuting OhJoanist detemng to prefeem an Irtish baa been arranged under ttw tiations, wafei surmounted by permitof )ooUeggerjs, nwitew Independence petition. the direction of the Slaters and Rev. Mayor Qria ting the members of the Irish Par! und oaf rabies. ' patar, Father Acteermann, the AVOMBX AT COURT. liament to wear allegiance to the knmm ttuK ithrt line of talk Is This hav been a momentous week ConMtttutkm of ithe Irfeb Free Slate wMch Wl include some real ware xl tfimplte. H knows IP n." Vb and A KV S Da. for the .parents and frlesde of for Ireland, V4Wch apparently has ard "be faithful to Hfe Majesty, the W Mm 0p- .'. h m U1 doUm wd tteoanwlt. ,tbfl wmII, IrMi woman barrtotarw, the itthe l.HtW dims, who 'look lac a Jwge wm her tfOfl'ttoni a6tr a eferugftte King," The tretetj; yet ha to run tu'Vs ItMAng morel 'thwi' seven eefttiwle. 'Uie gaunlet of the UWr Govern 'ctaanin tin'iwooeM w4thai.'4jHi M- ftrt in Um Tfrnted Kingdom, on- Stet- - audience. ' r"vj Applying the Hand in Useful "and Artistic Work in Family Circle. Girls Should Acquire Good Training in the Art of Homo Diklng. ut SPHERE OF GREATEST" SUCCESS. Searcy-Chilto- n pussy-footin- i Searcy-Chilto- Searcy-Chilto- Seartey-Chllto- THE SHAME OF LOUISVILLE. ic I Searcy-Chilto- car-rio- anti-Cathol- the-Tim- -- aoti-Cathol- ic Gal-vi- anti-Cathol- ic Post-mastersh- ip l hot-ftoati- Mid-dleto- n, fair-minde- . El-wo- od Al-b- ea IRELAND 1 K 4 t, Modern science has given us cheap reproductions of tho world's famous paintings. Their study should be an Incentive to spend evenings at home, for they allow us to share in tho noblest emotion of the race and introduce us to the thought of some of the world's greatest artists. "A great picture Is like a poem, it belongs to the generation and Is to bo looked at and enjoyed." Applying the hand in useful and artistic work in the family c'ircle was likewise once"a factor In Drawing, painting, sketching and clay modeling hold out many opportunities more refined, a place worth wHIle, for making tho home more lovely, where Ithe old folks gladly rest and whore tho children find their greatest delight and pleasure. What makes this decay of home life so pitiable from tho Catholic point of view is that the family, audi hence ithe home, are such vital and Important institutions of social wel fare, the foundation of progress in every order, the root of social peace and prosperity. Our Divine Savior Himself sanctified the home and He enjoyed the sweet home Hfe. and Simple pleasures of the holy family Hfe at Nazareth. His most happy years, and by far the largest portion of his blessed life, He passed In the humble home in tho little town of Palestine. He wrought bis first miracle at the foundation of a new homo at Oana and for the happiness of a family. . Into how many a home Ho hrought comfort by his miracle, his wondrous cures ana manifold acts of well doing! Modern education! has takeii up the problem of home training and has Introduced elaborate industrial courses and domlestlc sdience teaching into the curriculum. But let us reason Cor a moment concerning tho real object of these studies. Tho word "domestic" In domestic science is connected with the Latin word "domus," homo or house. Therefore th5s kind of training IS intended to prepare girls for tho great and work and duty of and and In other words, they are to learn how to make tho homo a place which will be gladly sought by all the members of .the family, especially when after their mlamlago they have founded a home of .their own. What would we think of a student who, after having success fully completed a medical course at great expense to his parenlts, should ahandonn the fruits of his years of study and turn to some1 other work? What should we say of the young man who after spending years In tho study of law, and1 after having grad uated In tho profession, should neglect it, sell his few books and turn to some entirely different field? But yet many girls today, who have an opportunity to acquire a good training In domestic sclonco and household economy, that is to show by the art of their conduct that they do not appreciate thdir opportunity. They nrd doing little to make the home a pleasant abode, and to help their mothers by practising Tvhati they; have acquired in tho schools. They are like tho student who gives up the results of years of study and of hand1 work fa some profession td take up some other duties. Now this lis not because girls really do not see the value of the training ithey are getting along thesel lines or becauso they havo a proju-dic- e against practising what thoyt have learned: They are simply imbued With the foolish notion that there are higher and better and nobler spheres of action open to them Perhaps there than are for soma. But not for tho vast majority. Mrs. Nefwell Dwight HilUs, a woman well known in Brooklyn! society, some time ago contributed; a paper on "Some. Successes, ot American Women" to thd Outlook, In which she' says: "But the sphere whore woman has made her first, lost, and greatest success, and whens) there Will always be the first, IaaW and greatest need of her service, M In The. tendency oil tho day Is (towards fewer homes, buti though the h'omeemaker Is rarer fortunately tho type Is far from extinct." home-Buildin- g. home-maki- ng home-buildi- ng homo-keepin- g. i 1 home-makin- g, home-makin- g. home-makin- g. l - PEACE On earth. Swiday-sehoo- as - at pro-grtem- ma tn r At tWs season of hoty peace it will not be amiss to remind ourselves of the "Important conference that will take plaice next May atl Rome, 'the center ot Christendom. Catholics from every country in the' world will assemble to pay public homage of love and obedience to the King ot Kings, the P.rtoee of Peace!, ini the blessed Baorataanti ot will be' ihe great In-the aKarj U e oim-ouflw- re mr-prte- ee ! the first since he Wonld War. ' jfcCiExre'xxrojBrsr ju&xmuhc ai 13 IOA3Jf- LOUISVILLE'S CHRISTMAS TREAT. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. 0nXtA Mm IRISH S0N0RA CONCER Holy Rosary Auditorium, Fourth and Park Are. SeeUl Offirilly ad Motd Advwoement ol Ifkh AmerkaM si Cttfeolki Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hlberniani. Yoang Mea'i Institute and Catholic Knight 1'of America. TUESDAY NIGHT, DECEMBER HIOME OF PAULIST Publlahers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINOLB COPY5c to KBKTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Second-Cla- Incorpcwtri. Admission will be free, and the public is cordially attend and enjoy an evening of Irish music. THE PAULIST CHORISTERS. CHORISTERS AT AUDITORIUM THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15 R Entered at the LouUvlIle Poitstflce at n Matter. 319-32- 1 Uim CMSudctticM to 0 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, Wist Liberty Stmt WORLD'S GREATEST CHOIR SEVENTY-FOU- BOYS AND MEN SOLOISTS. Mezzo-Sopran- o LOUISVILLE, KY x SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1921 the case If we 'had an organized public opinion. Our people can be trusted to do the right thing in a crisis, but unfortunately they havo neglected the moans of checking up tho work of their public servants as well as of .'ompelling theji to obey delivered' their" mandate, at the polls. When our people take a live Interest la tho "work of their official servants then we shall be assured of tho service wo desire. AMERICAN EXAMPLE. Masters Hallet Dolan, Soprano Tommy Coats, Joe Manus, Contralto jMMMfMMAM-y- Mr. John Finnegan, New York's Famous Tenor FREEDOM FOK IRELAND. J I If r 5 ' The greatest honor that can. he GOOD MUSIC. paid William A. Redd, Jr., for his heroic act in saving a train from being wrecked during tho flood at San Antonio, will be in making known to all his display of American bravery' and manhood. . For Every Member Here Is indeed an example whom all jehbbbBhriB RBBHi(vwT cr&BBSKKB3Bti&$KBG&m" y& v$j v&SBBBBHv might well follow. His noble spirit of the Family at stamps him as an. exponent of what wo consider the hlghset standards and worthy all honors. The honor we suggest Is being sensibly con-- J ferred upon tho brave Marino by MARKET ST. 43 Chairman William H. Clayton and the Ace High Medal Foundation. WOULD PRICE. All will admit that this honor will -ller home oni Wednesday afternoon COMING EVENTS. of last week. Those present were America are in serve a more lasting and fruitful The Catholics of For Quality and Quantity 0 Turkey disposal Mesdames L. Franke, H. Stockhoff, December tensely desirous of peace and a hap- purpose than money alone. King, J. F, Gall auspices of Columbia Athletic Club, Toney Wagner, Ed Henry py issue to the disarmament confer Dusch, R. Miersch, Knadler, G21 East St. Catherine. ORANGE BLUFF City 3141 or Main 721 of disarmament origence. The Idea Kaiser, E. Schellmlller, December 22 Christmas enter- Arthur Mulvey, A. Aurlch and A. Thomas inated with Pope Leo XIII., was "West Ky. Lump Sir Jimmlo Craig, tho Half Ulster tainment by pupils of St. Phillip Gorman. taken up by plus X., repeated by Premier, says that "Ulster" will notl Neri's school lin Wlndthorat Hall. W.Va. KivcrLump $.775 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Dolan enterR. G. Fritts. Benedice XV. In 1917, and has 'at havo anything to do with Lloyd December 22 'Christmas $7.75 llarlnn Lump entertained tho members of their last been brought to tho council George's peaco formula, but that it tainment of children of St, Philip sotalal club with a card party at Our business has been very successful since I purchased the Interest of H. A. J. Puis, April 1, 1015. At that time It was a very table of the nations by President will stand to its guns to the last Nerti School, Windthorgt Hall. their residence, 951 Seventh street, Lepping Coal Company small business, doing under $300 business during the week ending Tuesday evening. First prizes wore Harding. Special prayers for the gasp. This Is nothing more than won by Mrs. John J. Barry and April 10, 1015, but with hard work and sound business mothods wo Second and Water. success of the conference hove been the usual Orango bluff, a variation! have built up a wonderful trade, independent of any association or Thos. F. Dolan; second by Mrs. D. ordered by prelates in many parts of tho combine, and our business for tho week ending April 0, 1021, has J. Reardon and Mr. Peter Mueller; threat to kick tho Queen's il of tho United States. Archbishop crown into consolidation prize, Mrs. C. J. BLUEGRASS CAFETERIA increased 500 over the business for the week of April 10, 1015. ' the 'Boyne if disestab- t Wo hayo enlarged our place of business at 421 WEST CHESTNUT Hanna, of San' Francisco, wiho as lishment of the church were AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA O'Leary. Luncheon and dancing followed the games. STREET, and on May 23, 1021, we purchased tho plant and assets 323 W. JEFFERSON Chairman of the Admlnstrative Comwith. The Orangeman is no of the Economy Cleaning Co., which Is one of the most Mrs. A. A. Spaninger gave a de- Under new management, with Mrs. Josephine Korr, of Blooming-tor Catholic Wel- more progressive now than mittee of the National dry cleaning plants in the city. in 1870, Ind is visiting Mrs. Edward lightful bridge patty at her home on prices, dive us a trial. fare Council was one of those who when this threat was made, Everett avenue last week. Her and no Dion in Jeffersonvillo. signed the original letter, directed more likely to make his P. H. ROACH & SKELTON. Miss Vera Ford, Jeffersonvllle, has guests included Mlesdames threat good to President Harding, asking him than ho was then. Besides ho will returned from Seymour, where sho Callaahn, J, V. Thompson', S. J. Boldirick, R. A. Watson, J. T. to have the United States take tho 4 For the Best Service and Quality of Work in the City have a problem of his own to solve was the guest of friends. W." Bab Fisher, F. G. Dnewry, Berry spent Misses Bess and Llla initiative In a movement for disarm- when he tries to govern Tyrone, visiting J. H. Keown, H. Allan Watts, W. C. last week at New Hope, Men's .'. Suits ament and world peace. Archbishop Fermanagh, South Down, $1.50 Blttner. H. N. Rltter, Phil Arnold, the great Mr. and Airs. Edgar Salesman. Men's Three-Plec- o Hugh Young, W. H Frieze, Miss Hayes has said with much, perti- or part of Armagh Suits $1.75 Muench, who Queen Ryan, George Watts, Robert and Derry Ctiy, Louis Miss Irere Men's Overcoats nence: 1.75 on. recently at St. Jo- Lucas, Fred Forcht, Jr., L. T. which have declared allegiance to was operated Sports Cloaks and Clonks, Ladles' "It seems to me an obvious truth the Irish Republc. . seph's Infirmary, is Improving. $1.50 up J. N. Grantl, Earl Edmondson, that tho ambition to have tho largMrs. F. E. Byrne and sons,. E. C. Pearsonv P. H. Spalding, D. J. Overhauled and Cleaned PULS DRY CLEANING COMPANY have returned from a month's McCarthy, J. O. Lehman D. J. Ryest army or the most powerful navy - THE JUNIORS. HEADSRoanoko. an, D. C: Collins, of New Albany. visit with her sister in Is one of the most unholy of all of Mrs. J. national idealS. Its honesty of purLittle William Cllnes was this Haven, was Sidney llagau, week, New E. G. HEART1CK BASICETBALL. the here the past pose may well bo questioned on its week elected President of the Junior guest of her sister, Mrs Joe Price. Literary Society of St. Xavler'e Clty21Sl East 21 73 very face. The Catholic Basketball League Constant will be the College, and Mr. and Mrs. John N. Boteier have very proud of tho 915 E. Broadway. temptation to try out such engines honor. Billy is returned from tlba South, where opens Tuesday night, December 13, PROPRIETORS smiles when the boys they have been, spending the past with eight crack fives, all primed for of destruction on the weaker. aauress Mm as "Mr. President," the battle of their lives, to take six weeks. easily arise to force issues of 421 WEST CHESTNUT STREET. "Miss Ruby Despain, who was the, the floor in their initial combat of JUBILATION CONCERT. justice and national honor the season. The teams that, will 2T' B. g'lest of her sister, Mis. 'Charles Wo are- not connected or interested In any way with a that would never be thought of, If Tho Robent Emmet Branch of the Wingfield, has returned to her home compose tho Catholic loop are Mack-Inow concern of a similar name. n. A. J. Puis has not been in tho Trinity, Fairmont, Bertrand, lsfrytei Mi AbntriEil Killt Scliitiflcilly TruM might could not make right. Tho American Association for the Recog- at New Haven. Vernon, Brueins, Knights of Columemploy of tills company since OCTOBER, 1017. 'Misses Ottilia Kipp and Georgia bus and the Catholic Order of Forlimitation of armaments is a long nition of tho Irish Republic will Dr. Uriah Z. Lltsty step towards universal and perman-ne- celebrate Irish freedom with on Ferriell, Mrs. James Rapier and resters. Three of tho most capable Irish Sonora concert next Tuesday Kendrick Bowling were last week referees in the Falls Cities Chtrayodist peace." have evening at HoJy Rosary Hall, and visitors at New Haven. 507 been selected, to handle the games It would be premature to predict members are urged to bring their Mr. and Mrs. John Magulre, ParkR1 coming Pens Savings Account at the Largest and Stnrka a happy issue to tho conforence, but friends, admission to- be tree. Se- view, .entertained last week for Miss for the who acted season. Joseph as referee in BaiMial oldest Bank in the State. lections of Jolhn McCormack, Ghaun-ce- y Leona French, John Black and Mr. Burke, of with so many prayers going up to many the games last season In Both Pbo?M Olcott and Irish dances will bo and Mrs. B. J. Johnson. the Throne of Mercy from the hearts Ceaturedi. tho Catholic league, has been chosen Master Fred Sweeney cam from chief referee this year. Hopkins oils, as Supreme Trustees, to succeed of Christendom, we may confidently St. Mary's College, St. Helen's, to and 'Dug" Hafbinson will assist hope that God will send peace in VINOENTIAN QUARTERLY. the late spend Thanksgiving with his par Burke. At a meelting of tho teams', Brooklyn. Capt. Michael Qulnn, of FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. is an our day and make International disents, South Thirds street. Father Ceiestine, of St. Anthony's, excellent oneTlio appointment hearty The and will receive armament his Christmas glftl to a Vincent Particular Council of the SL was elected President of tho loop. Mrs. Kate Dutllngor has returned do Paul Society- announces approval by tho membership at world weary of war and Its horrors. inai wa members or the local con- to her home at Nashville after a Arthur Keep was chosen Vice Pres- large. OPEN FOR BUSINESS Ray Secretary. ferences will approach holy com- pleasant visit with her. sister, Mrs. ident, andcontestsOwens, complete will the J. P. Sweeney, and family of Third Fourteen munllon tomorrow morning da their DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. SHOULD BE REPAID. schedule and tho fiVes are more respective churches, and that tho street. evenly matched than, thoy were lasti Mr. and Mrs". Joseph. H. Nold, of season, quarterly mooting will bo held toaccording to reports re- ed The following officers were elect The disarmament gathering in morrow afternoon in Kndghts for the ensuing year at the regof Co- West Chestnut street, went to Women's and Children's Ready to Wear. Men's Furnishings and Piece ceived from! all camps. All games Washington appears to be headed to lumbus Hall. At rthis meeting SecThursday, their daughter, Miss1 will meeting of Lou- Goods, m correct styles and serviceable qualities. All articles in store are fresh be played in the following gym- ular one objective as far as we are con- retary Bohan will read Who report Ida Nold, taking tho first veil as; isville Circle, and new. Our Policy nasiums: St. Anthony, St. Xavier. lalst Sunday Daughters of Isabella, gin and utmost value. Buy for cash, sell for cash, small overhead, small marafternoon at Knights of cerned, which Father Dooley tersely of tho year and also the quarterly a Sister of Laretto, Vernon, Trinity and Mackin. reports of the Misses Nannie Wilson and Lucille Columbus Hall: describes as: "Cancel tho foreign Father Diomede, conferences. Rev. 'Regent Miss Mary Cummins. of St. Joseph's Moore, of Bardstown, and Mrs, Clara FRANKFORT. loans and throw youT arms away." church, will deliver the address. An, Hamilton, of tho city, wore' week-enVice Regent Mrs. C. J. Casallly. So far this Is a correct summary of Invitation is extended by President guests of Mrs. H. 7. Beam, 3838 Treasurer1 Alias Margaret CorMayor-eleD. D. Smith, of the, work being done at tho Wash- John Doyle to active and honorary Southern Parkway, Frankfort, last week entertained coran. Financial Secretary Miss Irene Misses Elizabeth Gohmann ington conforence, for surely such members- of tho various, parish, conand with a beautifully-appointedinner INCORPORATED friendship as tho conferees profess ferences toboattend this meeting, Dottle Knoob have returned to Sa- for the advisory committee appointr NicouUn. which will Recording Secretary Miss Rose a general interest. 320 "WEST JEFFEKSON STREET cred Heart Academy, alter spending ed by J. J. Brislan, President of the for each, other could not and would the Thanksgiving vacation with their Chamber of Commerce. CoVero were S. Dowling. SIIOAV THREE DAYS. not bo complete if oue party insisted fPruBtee Miss Agnes Wellington. parents in New Albany. laid for Messrs. S. French Hogo, Chancellor Mrs. J. A. Hoot-tor- . on the refunding of the moneys .Mr. and Mrs. Samuel B, Metcalfe E. E. Hoge, Russoll McRery, Pat Mrs. Thos. A. Brocar. psiondtor spent for what they regard as a of The newest and best production annonuce tho engagement of tholr Sullivan, George Halmhuber, Thomthe Catholic Art Association, daughter, Miss Lilllani Anona Met- as P. Rogers, Geofgo C. Custodian Mrs. Poter Campbell. have a number of second mortgage notes amply secured, Shaw. W. comtnoa purpose. By the way, "The Blasphemies-,'Scrdbe Miss Gertrude McGinn. will be presents calfe, to which I will sell at a sufficient discount to make a very attractive S. Ganz. The ' Organist ed December 10, 11 and 12, wfcth a ding; willGilbert place Tuesday, wed- - A. Lutkemeier and Joseph Rupert. would not the United States by Mias Hildegardo, Stoes- - investment. Detake er. on these loans being repaid matine every afternoon, tut a, show- comber 27. AMERICAN IRISH SOLDIERS. TAMPTON AUBUOHON, Pros. ing to bo given tn St. Xaviot's GymMis3 Inside Guard Margaret MARION E. TAYLOR BLDG. do more ior disarmament than any nasium, 118 Mlse Mary Nlehaus entertained Main 1932 Campbell. City 3430 West Boradway. The her 500 luncheon club afc hor home An. ofllcer of the United. States amount of hairsplitting by tho diplo- Btory of "Tho Blasphemer" is a Outer Guard Miss Anna c. Senn. army has arrived 1a Dubldn Co make matic who foregather transcript of life. You will wfeep In the West End. Those; present arrangemteirtB Banner Boarer Miss Alletta Tho Goose on Wrapper Is Assurance That for the burial in and laugh over It; it will play upon wore Misses Margaret Brocar, Mary at the 'national capital? campcou, 'Anna Mary Irishmen of tho of twenty-sijsuzaoetn. your heart strings, it will call up First Guide Miss Agnes Dlgnanw Magic White Naphtha Soap and Magic Flakes army fought to. tho bubble) of laughter from tho4 House, Louise Fine, Sherrill Mc-- United States war. who ofllcer will Second Guide Mteis Catherine Kjll The PECULIAR, REASONING. Pfelffer, Lyon Rid- the European wens or mlrtih, it will thriM, you Crann, Mary Hulsmeyer. Are the Original. Manufactured By and enthrall you, it will entertain dle, Mary NIehaus and Charles Pfeif-- deliver the bodies to tihol relativteH who will bury them in different , fer. What i the difference between a you and teach, you. VISITING HIS PARENTS. Seb. O. Hubbuch, Jr., ia the honor parts of Ireland, Aastetaace is bedag League of Norton and an AssociaZNOOSUPORITBD guefef at the Hubbuch, home, 2324 rendered by the Dublin Municipal KING GEORGE IIAPPY. Burko Volt, one of Jefferaonvllle's 1201 Story Avenue. tion of Nations? Dies not league Louisville, Ky. Weet Jefferson, where mjany friends, Council. well knowm young men. and now in presume associatLin, mid la not a King George telegraphed Prime of tho happy parents are calling and the navy, is home from the Brook ARCHCONFRATERNITr. soriabloi the framework of league? Minister David Lloyd George Tues- extending greetings. Seb. O., St., la lyn navy yard, visiting his Sunday afternoon the Archconfra- - Mr. and Mrs. Alvin A. Volt. parents'. wearing a real Christmas smile and By whit peculiar process of reason- day afternoon tho royal congratulaHa will reg- leaver ternlty or the Passion, held given tions on December 1 6 and sail for Panr ing dn President Kaidlng Inter agreement.tho neashing of the Irteh! at Manklm Council was news a foili- ular meeting1 at the Sacredits Heart ama January 3. ng cheer when the became The mteawwre mead: pret tfc cxtrAvrdinary majority vote Retreat on the Nowburg road. The HOME PHONE CITY 2528 "I am overjoyed to hear the known Monday night. was gratifying. Rev. agtttaat the League of Nations as a, Bplendfd news' you hare jut sen VISITED TOLEDO. Misses Kathryn and. Dorothy Wat-so- attendance 735 E. BROADWAY. LOUISVILLE, KY. entertained at their home with1 Father Leander Berliner, the rector, i congratulate you with aH maadaVi to enter in Associrtion of ma. my heart cm. th successful tormina-tlo- a a Saturday afternoon! reception. preached a sermon that made its ,n an alarrajaz &ad Rev. Father Francis O'Connor, as- Nations? tt impress of these d4ffteu&t abd protracted Thoee present were Mieses Dorothy present. on the members and others Itant rector at the Cathedral, visfast tha: the present negotlankms; iwhteh fe due to She' Hagan, Agnes Veeneman, Frances ited in Toledo lelst week and. assist is more responsive to and eoooiitafcory spirit which Veneman, Dorothy Dugan, Dorothy ed at the consecration of the Right PATRICK NAMHD TRUSTEE. Rev.. Samuel A. Strltchi as Bishop of th wMm of oerteta foreign, govern- you have shown, ttwxmgaout, and JSvarsletKh, Mary C. Caeslly, Anna START WC THK MNTN Willi THf FOR ALL P0RPO6WS Supreme President Gaudln, of th& that diocese. The new head of I am ment than, ie the wishes of ttiebe way toindeed' happy in some snmM Roee Casslly, Laura Haydon, Rese OathbHe Knight of America, has ap- - the Toledo diocese is the1 youngest 'ham anidMeA W v raary Burn and Virginia Veeneman. KmfeMky Oewwmers Oil Oomptwr Louisville Bank who pur .tfc reins of ffoerjamet bmcMi to kaUtst in ' 1Mb IMre. Arthur German. eatenUl&ed rotated Norman. G. Patrick, a brH- in the United States. UmkerWe yens attoraey of IndiH!p- toto it hands. ffcfe would sot be'ohwvMtet;" Neighborhood Boehre Otub at Ma Fearth nil Central AvtaM, 0Oonnkr returned Saturday, 5- Throughout the wonkl there is rejoicing that a treaty has been, signed by the Sinn Fein and British, Cabinet which grants freedom to Ireland and raises her to (the status of a Free State. That the treaty will be ratified by tho two Parliaments seems now certain, as there will be '"no opposition to tho terms unless It comes from the Insignificant but hostile Ulster Orange factionu For seven hundred years tho Irish nation has struggled and waited for this day, which will bring peace and happiness to Ireland and England. For both this will bring a happy Christmas, and In their prayers of thanksgiving to the God of peace none will be more earnest or fervent than the sons and daughters and friends of Ireland fa Louisville and Kentucky. For all it means a new and better era. WALNUT THEATER HOME OF HIGH CLASS PICTURES AND AWMf yyyyyyv NOTICE! 4 NOTICE! 1; 5- ne SHOES iE. v f FRED FEIGE & SON O 18-2- O A. L $.25 BILL OF SALE MADE APKIL 1, 1015, BY II. A. J. PULS TO II. B. DRIVER, KNOW ALL MEN, that I, H. A. J. Puis, of Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, for and In consideration of tho sum of $3,500, do bargain, sell, transfer, assign and deliver unto H. B. Driver, of Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, the dye and cleaning business of H. A. J. Puis, now being carried on and conducted by the said Puis at No. 426 South Fifth street, In Louisville, Jefferson founty, Kentucky, Its good will, name, the lease of said premises at No. 42G South Fifth street, In said city, county and State, and 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 tho said business, tho books of the business and all notes or accounts unpaid as of" April 1, 1015, together with all of the following enumerated and listed articles of personal property now on said promises or belonging thereon or to the said business conducted as aforesaid at No. 42G South Fifth street, 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, Ills executors, personal representatives and assigns forever. And I, the said H. A. J. Puis, do further covenant with tho said H. B. Driver, that there is now no mortgage, lien or encumbrance on any of f.a!d properfy or business or interest, and that I, H. A. J. Puis, will not for a porlod of ten years, engage in or be connected, directly or indirectly, with any business competing with tho business herein sold to H. B. Driver, conducted by the said Driver or by the corporation herein 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, - ) - - - - SOCIETY. I - pro-ced- t- - n, pre-wa- te BOTH PHONES 2635 co Mo-ra- n, . Franklin GasBurners Tjvo-Pie- 5- - KUap-hek- e, FURNACES Beech-mon- it, $2.50 HARRY B. DRIVER & SON Pro-tex- ts r ed n, CORNS.BUNIONS - - nt mAAAAA X OO ipi.VV National BanK of Kentucky CASH DEPARTMENT - NEW STORE Lo-ratt- to semir-momthll- d ct - d OUTLET CASH DEPARTMENT STORE I T A GOOD INVESTMENT " four-flushe- rs Ire-lan- d x i Ie MAGMO SOAP COMPANY , MASON GOSS Oil and Grease ni ce Weekly Savings Club I Bie-ho- South thr JkQ. X $0$$ j80Bjs:rvcjO IRISH MEKIO-mla?- . J3 v:;i ( 2? lJP J3ill t l AWD ?&&"& -- . t e bk "TMew ( c-AT- asi ' VOU WHIP ME pOP- - PomV "TH& BAflV ; A J V CBRriNLVDo- - " - V if i ri-t- h. yoiJ HAT.Hore . 7 KNOW (6erTEf2. oulp , . . yul OUGUTTh H Pallor. Aw' VMIP HR. Moowey Woo Go ) . ( BlT SlSTEG. RIGHT ONTH' Lips- I CAusel he AW HB 5ust " y. iweee timetan' Pur HEC . DOMESTIC -- zine street, wfaa held from e Chariots church. Shle was years old and resided at 3121 MagPhone 932 For Fuel azine street. Her huisband, Charles SUITE 310 STARES BLDG. J. Colhlll; Ave sone and tw1 daughMining Co. ters survlvo her.' Third Floor Sunday morning Migla Bridget COR. FOURTH AND INCORPORATED HARVEY-JELLIC- O Horan, sister of Michael Horan "nnd WALNUT STREETS ST. BERNARD COAL long a respected resldeniti of Louis (INCORPORATED) ville, passed Into eternal rest at Home Phono, City 1180 314 West Chestnut Street Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital. HOURS 9 A. M. TO 6 P. M. OR Ynrd and Elevator, Fopo and Payiio Streets. Magnolia. Yard 1000 S. First Street. Yard Fifteenth and Building. Shle was a devout member of St. W. B. Gathrlght, Mgr. BY APPOINTMENT Main 033. City 14C0. Main Office 411 Starlts Patrick's church, where the funeral took place Tuesday m'orning. CO. Funieral servioes over .the remain Bom Phone, City 4300 EXPERT CLEANING, PRESSING AND ALTERING Cumb. Phone, Mala 8580-of Mrs. Wanda Cochran1, beloved' MANUFACTURERS! wife of Robert Coclliran and daughH. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Fared Exhort, Joseph HubbuchSr.& Son FINE CANDIES were befld Monday morning at St, MERCHANT TAILOR Besides her husCandy Pullingsand Wheels a Specialty Jamiesi church. Dealers in Maker of High Class Ladles' and Gentlemen's Garments at Moderate Prices band and parents she leaves a young 1930 West Market Street CITY 994 daughter, Wanda Mary; a brother, WALL PAPER AND RUGS 402 BAST BROADWAY, AT PRESTON Phone. Shawnee 2347 Herman. Erhart, and a sister, MIes FALLS CITY HALL BLDG., Helen Er.haTt. St. satis-factio- We are miners and distributors of the best Eastern and Western Kontucky Coal produced, and can therefore furnish, your requirements with the best coal and lowest prices. Consumers will benefit by the purchas of their NOW. Let us have your order TODAY. We operate three retail yards at Liouisville and also ship anywhere. Special reducod prices on car load shipments. QQj Jj- - STEAM n COAL ' RECENT DEATHS. CabiH, 3121 Maga- DR. JOHN P. BECKER OPTOMETRIST Practice limited to diagnosing and correcting defects of Eyesight by the fitting of proper glasses. . fifty-nin- Mrs. MargaVet Sunday morning the funeral of St Bernard J COAL COMPANY Vand mens furnishings tOSW.MARKET ST.r&?' J GOODIE CANDY A LEVY ' C. J. KEMPER SOFT DRINKS HOT AND COLD LUNCH SPECIAL HOT ROAST BEEF SANDWICHES PnONB CITY 1503 641 WEST MARKET STREET OYSTERS IN SEASON Authorized dealers for The Tables, Bowling Alleys, Supplies and Accessories. display. Sold on the Club Plan easy payments. Brunswlck-Balke-Collend- er POCKET BILLARD TABLES. line Sample of tables on JOHN OGLE COMPANY Incorporated SEVENTH AND JEFFERSON LOUISVILLE, KY. 91B3 highland 841 East McKeiman, an aged and bfghJy esteemed mtamber of St, Bertrond's church, College Louis spenit and useful 'life closed a Wednes1-dawell 111 "W. Broadway, Lomisrille, Xj. morning at her .holme, 836 Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers. South Eighth sttrect Surviving her Classical, Scientific and Business are a son a daughter, Mrs. Mary Courses, Preparatory Department. Large Meaney. and Her funeral Doiok placo Swimming- Pool, well Equipped GymFriday m'o.minig vMh requiem high nasium. Terms moderate. mass, attended by a torge number Bro. Benjamin, Dlr, of old friends and .acquaintances. Funeral services for Michael CO. JNO. P. MORTON & aged who died at INCORPORATED his home, 1142 Soutlh Twelfth flsUbllshed 1820 - LonlsTllis, Kj street, were hdld Monday morning at St. William's diurch. Ho leaves OFFICE OUTFITTERS a son, Roy Mcrntyrp; two daugn-terMJss Katie M,Clnityire and Mrs. STATIONERS PKINTHIt J. A. Qulnlan; a brother, D. J. and three sisters, Mrs. R. L. Mrs. Ellen1 It yonr boys an daoatloa i&at will prepare thtxa for life 1120-113- 8 "WEST MARKET ST. ' St. Xavler's - . y Hemstitching Buttons Russell 307-- 8 Pleating Service Shoppe ;r ; U. U BAXNON, PritUtnt wi Umiv. p. MUNCH, JR., YIci pru. aid Trial. Beading Braiding Beaked Bags Repaired bannon pipe coJ i Mc-Intr- fifty-min- e, Boston Building Xcllio Russell, Manager. -- R, A. Fine's Pharmacy DRUGS s, Sewer and Calvert Pipe, Baiinen's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits. Wall Coping, Drain Tile. Vitrified BrlcK. v rrovusj, rise Lining, rire Bricn Grate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tops OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. PHONES CITY 073.1786,i:CUMB. MAIN:507.ww WORKS Thirteenth and Breckinridfts and Ninth and Magnolia. S nn Mc-Inty- P. P. Vallnoti lectrio Co. WHEN IN THE HIGHLANDS STOP A I EVERYTHING TO EAT AND DRINK BAXTER AND BRECKINRIDGE GEO. "ROM1ES" Incorporated J. ROMISER, "Wo Use the Golden Rnle" 913 WEST MARKET STREET City 4782 INDUSTRIAL LIGHT AND POWER INSTALLATIONS, RESDDENCE Prop. WIRING, FIXTURES, LAMPS AND REPAIRS NATIONAL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION CO. GENERAL CONTRACTORS 54-6- 0 BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING LOUISMLLK, KY. J. A. J. Ohllgschlager, Secretary B. Ohligschlager, President HOME PHONE, CITY SE29 OAKDALE DRUG COMPANY Incorporated PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS 8104 FOURTH AVENUE, TAYLOR AND BERRY BOULEVARDS. Yonr Patronage, Large or Small, Always Appreciated PARK 262 PARK BOO PHONES C. Shawnee 800 Phone Your Wants To West 9200 ARTHUR I N. E. COR. HIGHEST QUALITY TWENTY-SECTII WOERTZ AND MARKET OUT RATE DRUGGIST STREETS LOWEST PRICES DOLL HOSPITAL RUBBER S, Broken Dolls Repaired JOHN RECOIUS' SONS DOLL BUGGIES AND IRISH Most TIRES PUT ON MALLS FULL LINE OF TOYS, NOVELTIES, ETC. CITY '9208 217 WEST MARKET STREET sons, Joseph and Jameb Gallery, of Harrison, Ark., and Jobn 9236-- J Gallery, of St. Louis. His funeral took place Tuesday morning from FRED WARNS, PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST St. Louis Bertrand church. Mrs. Mary Henrietta Morthtorst, TAYLOR AND BERRY BLVDS. e years old, beloved wife of TELEPHONE YOUR DRUG WANTS Josepb. J. Morthorst, tihe well known grocer, died Sunday nilgbt at her BeOYSTERS home, 431 West Oak street. SnORT ORDERS sides her busband she is survived by two daughters, Milsses Catherine HART'S LUNCH ROOM Miortliorst and Cectle Morthorst; a AND CHILE PARLOR son, Beiraard Morthomt1, of Y.psllan-t- l, 070 South Sixth Street. Mich.: her father. Bernard Goda: a brotb'or, William Goda, and a sis Twenty Steps from Broadway ter. Miss Anna Goda. iFuneiml Rerv- EDW. HART, Prop. Ices were held Wednesday morning FINE PIES AND GOOD COFFEE at St. Louis Bentrand's church at Phono City 5077 tended bv manv sorrowinir frlnrf and relatives, by whom she will be sadly mjsseu. Borne Phone, City 7804 Cumb. Phone, 'West 412-St. Louis Bertrond's parish lost one of (its pioneer members in the & death of Joseph Coles, who died last Saturday afternoon. Mr. Coles HOUSE was In Ms nlnety-silxtyear, and had" enjoyed perfect health p to within AND a few days of Iris death. Many at1800 WEST MARKET STREET tribute Ms longevity and good neaith to Oils liking for fresh air Residence Phono Shawnee 122-- J air exercises and not the oldest neighbor can cvier aiemember to seeHome Phone City 3820 Home Phone, Parkway 60 Cumb. Phone, South t'hrete & PHONES: Cumb., South 1881 and 9211 DRUGS Home, City 1881 and 1882 Corneliius Gallery, jiged ninety EVERYTHING THAT A FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE SHOULD CARRY years and for over half a century FOURTH AND HTLL STREETS IN STOCK PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY wiithi ithe Louisville & Nashville railroad, died Sunday morning at" his S. W. CORNER EIGHTEENTH AND MADISON STREETS 'Both Phones 2406 home, 950 Soutih Sixth street. He Home Phono, Shawnee 550 is survived by two daughters, Misses & CO. Agnies and Margaret Gallery, and M, P. New Albany: Mrs. Rivers and Mrs. J. F. Taylor,, Cor-bl- n. EdeJ'lm, Prescriptions Our ' Specialty "ASK YOUR DOCTOR" 9m9m49tirmiivm94ii DAVIS GREENUP REUTLINGER TORNADO, Adolph RentUnger JR. FIEE INSURANCE LIABLTilTY AND Groceries, Fresh Meats and Vegetables 2500 SCHULMAN'S GROCERY BOTH PHONES flfty-nln- PLATE GLASS 128 SOUTH THIRD STREET. Every Business Has Something Extra 'xo urier its uusiomers S. LUBBERS AT 819 EAST BROADWAY, HAS GRIFFITHS AVENUE WE DELIVER CHAS. J. MERIWETHER DESIGNER AND BUILDER ARTISTIC HOMES 308 STARKS BUILDING Main 345 TELEPHONES City 9196 ch&a. Leber WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR WHOLE WHEAT BREAD The ' Best 35o and 40o COFFEE and Guy Leber Onr Own Make Peanut Butter East 207E City 1671 PHONES H. . W Trinn OhU B. JCrspp Home Phone, City 7006 LEBER BROTHERS ' LNTERIOR DECORATORS HOME PHONE, KENTUCKY Frank Hartman Sons ERAFF'S MEAT MARKET Wholesale and IteUU 8EEV. POK. VBAI. AJTD All Xlada of Mmokd HaMs 10 EAST JEFFER8ON STREET 800 NORTON BUILDING LOUISVILLE, CITY 2700 DECORATORS PAINTERS h H. TULLY FOURTH AND AVERY STREETS A other veblcle. He te sur Attractive Restaurant Near or anyby vived his widow, Mrs. Bridget Union Station. OOles. The funeral took place from ing Mr. Coles Tiding on a streielt car Tues Geo. Waidlcin Delicious Restaurant St. Louis Bertrand's day morning. (Rev. cliurcb, Soft Drinks and Hot Lunch. The Best in the City 917 West Pastries a Specialty. Broaflwaj , Louisville Father Leander Berliner, C, 2106 PORTLAND AVE. D op in and Get Acquainted Phone Shawnee 1416 -- Herm Perfecto Eunera Schroer's Smokers (UNJON MADE) Home Phone, City 6041 CLOSES SUNDAY. P rector of the Sacred Heart Re Cigar treat, on Thursday opened a retreat for the young people of Holy Name ECKERLE DRUG COMPANY EVERYTHING OUT RATE ALL THE TIME FLOYD AND MARKET Both Phone LOUISVILLE, KY. 'Manufacturers of FINE CIGARS 641 EAST JEFFERSON STREET LORETTO ALUJINAE, SCHROER BROS. STURDIVANT & SON TINNERS ROOFING, GUTTERING ' AND SPOUTING ROOFS REPAIRED AND FURNACES REPAIRED ESTLMATES PAINTED CHEERFULLY GIVEN PHONE CITY 2584 860 WEST BROADWAY AL STEBLER, Prop. CAFE INTERURBAN FOR MONBY. Loans te those having regular or Mlary, with no pnbHeity r red tape. Loans to 'housekeeper a' their personal eeearlty. F. R. FOOLBY, SB POOLBY 317 Kessa 1, Courier-Journ- al BuUdlmg, 418 8. Fesrth Street. Tomorrow afternoon the alumnae of Loretto Academy will hold a meeting at Cedar. Grove Academy, Thirty-fift- h and Rudd avenue, to make arrarigementa for a card party at the Tyler Hotel on February 8", as it Is desired to raise money to be used during the convention! of Catholic .alumnae to .beheld in Louisville in' the fall of 1:922. Mrs. Bernard Asman- I9 President of the Loratto Alumnae Association,, wlthi Mrs. Lamont Spaldiag, of Lebanon, Secretary, and Mrs. George HJoert la Chairman, of the card party committee, with, Mra. Virginia Murphy Bucbart at head of preee'commlttee. - Wist Llbirty NiXtTi InttrurbtH 1 Stutbn this recent election, in New GKflRAL CONTRACTORS ,Yorkr the Socfeltetle .ticket drew an amaamgiy wnaw number 01 vote?, OFFICII AJfD YARD! la Germany- likewise the SoelaMeta FLOYD AND BURNBTT gTRKSTS are flees in. favor than they were Ini - C. A. KOERNER & CO. SOCIALISM, DECLINING. LOUIHYILL, XT. directly after the war; ' church that has been very gratifying to the pastor, Rev, John O'Connor, The services, which havd been largely attended, will close tomorrow. Meal, Grits, Hominy, Corn Flour, Dairy, Hog anu roultry Feeds CONDUCTS TRIDUUM. FLOYD AND BLOOM STREETS City 30G9;South 1265 Rev. Father Adelbert. C. P.. was In St. Louis this week, where he conducted, the exercises for a tridu-uRETREAT AT ST. CECILIA'S. ' at St Mark's church, of which Monday a retreat for the young the Rev, Peter J.' O'Rourke is pas tor. Tho triduum ended On Thurs folks: of the West End was opened day, the feast of the Immaculate in St. Cecillia's church, of which. Conception; the Rev. Robert Craney la the zealous pastor. Rev. Father Cyril, C. CATHOLIC SYMPATHY. P., had charge of the services, which and closed were well attended! More and more the practice is Thursday evening with a reception spreading among' catholics of having of young ladles into the Blessed masses said- - for the dead Instead of Virgin Sodality. spendlDg money on lloral tributes If tho dead could speak, they would CimiSTMAS PACKAGES. tell us that the best way" we, whom they love so much, can testify our A womam whose Chriamas packlove for them Is .to storm, heaven ages' never falA to reach their deswith cur prayers, to have masses tination in safety says she always said for them, to obtain for them writes he name ami addresa of the the grace of an early entrance Into recipient upon, the inside wrapper their eternal and one true home. A of the box containing them. Packifew flowers on the graves of our ages sometimes tare their outside aead are well and proper, The per- wrappings, butt If the postal clerks fume of our prayers ascending to can And the address on the inside heaven, the graces of masses said, or wrapping all. wMl be well.' This the glvlsg of alms to Ood poor in woman ato tie up the inside wrapthe n&roa of the one whom we love, ping 'securely before putting on the wjll do far more good. oatsida cover. ni 1 SOFT DRINK STAND Mark Soles, Pres. ALSO HOT AND COLD LUNCH J. c. Jftcops, uec. ana xreas. THE BEST IN THE CITY L. QRAUMAN & 00. CITY 3328 DROP IN AND GET ACQUAINTED TODAY Incorporated Dealers In All Kinds of Off tea. and Store fixtures, saxes, uus mpi- A. L. G U N N ters, Show Oases, Counters, Shelving, Etc ".!. 1 BAKER AND CONFECTIONER 610' WIST MAIS'' 8TKEET Home Phone. City 1888 ' '? LOUISVILLE CEREAL BULL CO. Incorporated 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET HOME PHONE,. CITY 0574 Manufacturers of the Celebrated Shawnee 1175 J. W. BUCHANAN, Manager Brand West 1175 Retail Yards "NONESUCH" ICECREAM ' CLAY COUNTY COAL COMPANY Ineornnrntfifl EASTERN KENTUCKY BLUE GEM FAMOUS HORSE CREEK OOAT. Yards: 20th and .Cleveland Ave. Mines: Hima. Clav Conntv. TTv. 0. K. SHEET METAL WORKS Incorporated GALVANIZED TLV, SLATE AND LRON CORNICES AND SKYLIGHTS TILE ROOFING REPAmiNG OF ALL KINDS ST. CITY 1705 642 EAST ST. CATHERINE Home Phone, Shawnee 803 HENRY GOSt ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING BETTER SHOES FOR LESS MONEY Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted Asphalt Shingles a Speecialty SOU WBST BROADWAY GLOfii SBOURITY A LOAIf b SieersmUC. A. Lasar, Manager Meaey Advanced ok Yow Plate Rat , 819 West Jefferson SHretf (geeead Fleer) SPALDING SHOE CO. Out of the High Rent District EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. Open Evenings Until Nine O'clock UPHOLSTERING, , mm aty am. CARL 8TOLL, Window Shades, Curtain Cleaning Oil Shades. Offiee and Works 346 E. St. Catherine,, Phoe MM) Hun. K- - ..t', ' W2ft saanscjrwjoxzrsr ju PV jA "V ' tiau-?-H.i- 4 ' a son Bacon -"- 'INCORPORATED r ' V eeeeeeeeeeoeeey...fe,,rr Herman Straus rOURTH AVBKUe dMCowofArro sons Trading Stamps. . r MARKET STMCT We Give and Redeem Surety ''4mM Coupons. We Give and Redeem Qold "'DO YOU KNOW ABOUT OUR Household Club Plan? A Convenient and Dignified Method o! Purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred Toy Shopping Is Joy Shopping At Stttcliffets night now, when our stock li so fcompleta and clean, and you can get such prompt, pergonal service, you get the keenest pleasure In picking out your gifts from our wonderful display of dolls, toys and games. Dscember .crowds will soon flock to our store tha public knows by past experience that our fitock Is attractive In both price and selection. BOYS' SUITS $10 Kfb ' We are offering you these Suits at a very special price, just toadver-- i tise our Boys' Department. These Suits are made of good woolen mate- terials, splendidly tailored and fin-ished THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW I ! V1 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 is 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 ad, Sutcliffe's Christmas Catalog Is the very thing to have for shopping, with lta life Illustrated pagesN Call or writ for one It Is free and will be mailed to any address. long-oVstan- ce l 4 vance. cUTGLIFFE G BRANCH STORE. INCOKpORATCO I 1 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 samo to all. STARKS BLDGT CONSECRATION OF" n ARCHBISHOP CURLEY AT BALTIMORE. nniranrriimimiTiiBTmiirniniiiTnniwoiiiiiiMiinriiiiiTinniiiniiiniiiiiniTi iin m Surety Coupons Are Given to Club Plan Customers win- - i t 'if " ifTT nil T Tt rairi CANDIES? WHY Rudolph & Bauer tc& eee eeeeee Where the Quick Meal Comes In Where eeaeeeeeee boras 1 $10 the brightest Where the la U lightest work meal cooked beat; Where the range itaada the Ut the where That's "Quick Meal" ooraes is Whore work U doaej Where eookh&g scwas real faaj . Where baklBg gtraa Ught) m m Whore dradge la sight whera That's "Quick Meal" BB. mm m mmn 9Sm Qalek Maal GaalRaaA" bold, Inatclled audlllgl ly RaootaraaBrlca QEHER & SON, THE NAME KENTUCKY 215 W. MARKET SI I & INDIANA DAIRIES COSIPANY MEANS OH 234W.Mark. COURSE. 235-391- IKi.HBBBmw i fy JBBBBESflaaadL bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbW' JaBBBBBBBBataV' 9lr . 55Sbft!5l 4fr .j WBBlBWBBMBMKAfcA .A .. a .. t PURE PASTEURIZED MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS BUTTER A SPECIALTY Tho Customer Will Know That You Watch His Interests It You Sell TWO STORES Jsfferson GIshop MIchaal Josepli Curley, of St Augustine, Fla., was Installed as Archbishop of tho (arahdloceso of Baltimore wilth impressive ceremonies oni November 30. He succeeds the late Cardinal Gibbons. Tho photograph shews tho now Archbishop and' other church dilguatarles In the procession. K. AND I. PRODUCTS FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERS KENTUCKY AND INDIANA DAIRIES CO. Incorporated JACKSON AND FEHR AVENUE BOTH PHONES 4368 I iWM. F. MA.YER! The Paullst Choristers- - of New York, iFather Finn's world renowned PORK PACKER choir of boys and men, who will sing at the Auditorium on DecemWestern Kentucky j C A ber 15, are well known to Louisville Boiled Hams Specialty ipO.OU music lowers. Last DeceTnber FaT Lump AT MODERATE PRICES FOR thor Finn brought his famous little songbirds to the Armory, and a THE VERY BEST Western Kentucky -capacity audience emphasized Its apMine Run. . . preciation of their art by demanding Eastern Kentucky HC a return performance this season. boys in the: organizaThat are practical and comfortable, as well as attractive In design. D The sjxty-flv- e Lump Sucfh are the patterns that wo are showing this season. tion, range in years from nine to Call 'and look over our large selection of FURNITURE, as It is no fifteen and almost every State in TERMS CASH SOFT DRINKS trouble at all to show you, whether you buy or not. tho Union Isx represented. Father Finn selects his material without regard for class or religious belief. Scholarships are granted solely on merit to the winners of competitive 413 West Market Street. periodically Ice examinations, Coal Co. held throughout the country. Phones-Ci- ty The Choristers' School in Now 1020 and 1040 York, where the boys are trained, .South 342. is located in Washington Heights, NORTON BUILDING Fourteenth and Ormsby. on the Hudson, at Inspiration .Point. are N. W. Corner Fourth and Hore tho student choristers Jefferson not only ini musical schooled, OFGAS FITTING AND SEWERAGE courses, but scholastic, as well, and prepared for professional vocations ROBERT E. SCHULER later in life. Tho solo revenue for JOHN B. RATTERMAN the maintenance of this' worthy PLUMBING With MIndr Repairs Free Saves Buying. work is provided by tho proceeds FUNERAL DIRECTOR at concert tours. Tho Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed. Repair Work Promptly Attended To from Auditorium Decemberconcertwill 2114 WEST MARKET STREET 15 the be tho only opportunity the people Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. 1009 MARY STREET Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland of Louisville will have to hear the Phone City 5708 Wst ii7g. choristers this season. $ GOOD FURNITURE COAL (7 pi. and PAUIjIST choristers. HENRY FISCHER a SHINGLES I TATHES at FLOORING XMAS GIFTS :$5.75 EPPING'S ARCHITECT mmx.M ammj m&m r It t 430 31. lafa .bV9SbbV . c wroatreo Srtoklarldi'si Sraaek Tara aad BrrtteS, Zgna. k eattu B& Be Drs. Harrison and Strassburg W Makov Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. Wo Use All Modern Appliances Elimination of Pain. in-tli- FRED ERHART 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. SWISS CLEANING -- Phone City 4503 Phono City 4593 eeeeeee oeaeaeeeeeaeeeeeeeete ! MEN'S SUITS XXOOJtFOSLMrXD GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. .SMITH, PROP. n V SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS Office G17 South Feurtli. Funeral Director and Embalmer f Plant 000 South Sixth. JOHN B. WATHEN ruBNrruua acovraa ahd PAOBDtfll Twenty-Sixt- h ST. HELENA'S CLUB. 0, 4489 OliAY AND RIVER ROAD E. 2200 Eastern Kentucky Lump $7.00 Stearns Eastern Kentucky iBlock 7.G0 Diamond RIock Lump , ...... 0.25 Diamond-BlocNut IS 75 Diamond Block Nut and Slack '.i!!!'.'."!,".""..' S. O. T. COAL CO. ., e C25 South ShniraM 1988 Homo Shaw. 105 Slict We 114 295 LONH OISTANOB HAUUN ,Cumb. West 45 SIMON PONTRICH FLORI5T S WeWANTYOURWORK ' Cut Flowers, Designs, Plants Twenty-eight- h ad CreetaWood, TRINITY COUNCIL. We're Prepared to Do It Promptly and in First-Clas-s Style. PRINTING CariU, BUI Heads, Letter Hea4s, Circulars, Dodgers, Etc. and Wedding IsritatMAS a, Specialty. hmme rtmtt 148. Trinity Council, Y. M. J., hold its' annual eledtion of ofllcons Monday night, Ttho members turning out fai largo numbers and all space In the council hall being occupied. Under the adm'nletratilon of President Dob JWuhte ithis councM has made won dertul gains tooth numerical and financially. Tho officers elected are: Rev. J. A. O'Ckiady, Louie S. Eberle. iVtoe Presidents Jdhn L. Sulll-Va- n acid Geo. Rut. SecreSt&ry CarroW P. iReoowHnK MetcaK. Corwapondiinig Seorertarj--' A. A. Chap-lai- Prasklentt Dee KaeWfi. "PinancW MarsJw-- Treaaurer KENTUCKY IRISH 'AMERICAN Immmmnmimmmmmmmmmiic T --A. t an t Outaide Seniinel O. MwiVhy. f the lrih" rwside SenMael A1. MIchaela. , Inside Seotfnei J. J. White. the fVrong reatwa Executive ComH4e ;fommj B, leader, stvio the face almost a Outride- - Seettttne Le. DanrisC jfci KWy, V7in. Amm, A, xeeuUvei Cetwm!tee Tlohert. S dreamy, IdealUtia took, while nothisg fr'atitlie ckaraUc borae. Ro'Ut. St. Qktkc, Jo T. Newman, J. H. 0bMK " Al by the Arm efti. asd awath Hehman, John C. Letfyi, Joa. Barry. Tiu lniaMatlon w take iaee alt 'TheloataNaMoB. wU take eJaaeoa ., 'Jmmvy' : it ! tha,fiot frek- d!jixtrt ib Am ijijiHhy 4th flrat Mowdaj; at tte aw ymr. o-- R. Secretary E. Mueller. J. Tdrnmel1. 04m. meeting of the St, The Helena's OoKperatIve Club wilt be held nest Monday might 4n Presen Funeral Directors tation Academy Auditorium. Matters of interest will be discussed, and therefore all members are urged On to attend. account of the Telephone 1022 Chritsmas .holidays there will bo no social meeting thla month. A . very promising Jjlterary Circle has OOO been formed within the club, meeting Tuesday evenings stf. St. Helena's HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES OoTToge, 625 South Fourth street. All Kinds of Footwear For the AThole Family ENJOY DRAMATIC TREAT. Two HAMBLrB Stores The j)uplla of Presentation Acad" Shaw. 1718 omy enijoyod ja dramatic treat on 20th and Portland City 7164 Foiiday morning, Vbem Miss Long 18th and Magazlno and Mfrsai Edwards prebentenl In the MACKIX COUNCIL. auditorium of ijjhe academy two draehttitledi "On a matic sketches, President August Hoentz and his Southern Poroht," and "On. a Southadministration, are bnlngtlng to a ern! Plantation," In an effort to "IMxIe,M close one of the most successful spirit, Southern "Carry Mo Back to Old virgMny." years In the history of Mackln. Ooun "Maya's 'in the Cold, Cold Ground" dl, which now alma for a mteraber- Monday mfght the andi other Southern airs rendered by shlp of 1,000 the classes completed the' pro- election of officers took place amM gramme. jilyalry and much excitement, the hall bekig filled with members. When the hundreds of PORTRAIT FOR IRELAND. "Portrait of 1a patriot," the paint- ballots had been counted thejrertuta ing by Sir John Lavery of President ware announced as folio wte: De Volera, of Ireland, Which baa President John J. HefajBon. Vice Prealdenta Edwin. Wanrlaae, caused tremendous discussion at the Paris Autumn Salon, will be pur- Pat SKammenman. 'nieoordlng Secretary John' chased- by an, anonymous Amerioan P. enthusiast and presented to the Boyle, J'JavancIal Secretary; Irish nation, to be, hung In. the place Wm. G. ., BucUel. of honor within ttte Irl&h Darknww tramee the portcait, Treasurer Giw Vooklehaar. (ugltlve glimpvea of light plajrlg ok Marshal 'Arthar Nrz( H.B0SSES0N I SOUTHEAST and Embalmers. IH1III ! BOTH PHONES 810. CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS4 MM 1WWH BROADWA DOUGHERTY & McELUOHi 1227 WES? MARKET STREET, : Funeral Cumb. Mala Directors and Embalmers BOTH PfXOfffJSSS. 2098-- a I Home City 280S ! re-viv- el j(tWVVVvlvti' HOMSPIXONKSS CUMBERLAND MAIN 3871 good-ina'ture- d J. J. BARRETT'S SONS I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. 4 JfoftV 'Pairlla-ment- tr tsa. Mvvtvvioaw AdCaixx ? S9d East 1rret. 0-- . cledr, ng JUa T17-T- JZ-2- X. how FuheravlDirector aae! Embalmer 1 ' xx at lAwmrtUM. i'Uti - '?J ' AJ ,1 i