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All of those present were.'ooa- i. nected with the QuWt adminWrtrattoa. ' Tmlcal of ,". r, anu despite in one way or an t.ur.r.'' ' subterfuge tlie , tlSAH O. 0, 4E. the Mayor's polli -I REPUBLICAN BrJjfd of SafaMt'repraftewtkHT8 Wdrlw,- - Boa$i: of V r ft . kh Vp RSI for the Republican ticket anyhow, said as much as it dared to." AIDHI) THIS A'EEDY. (Through the St Vtocent de Paul Society the stalk and needy of Louks-VIH- e . r l ,'.'' v.- '..Mff TA lliLLrtlil ".. Treaty Agreed Upon LwtiW jiiuiiik iieioro me ' Parliament?. 1 - , - , ' T. . 5 HAS IRELAND'S V0REAJV1 COME TRUE? t., , . : . - :: . "'",- - ' -- 'KA-ji '..: r.- .' '..t.'ri.'L t ,.,v-A.- .' . ; s :vaaBfe.va!i w.M' i s. - aCajer QhIbi PresoHtliHJghest Tax KatelH 'History Forllollday '? : Trosent. . ' v.' ,hriv l. ifurB6..'r ' "vVT1jri' .THE wuenvn JW vv. i. lDl.aXVll M 3PrT.tr! .'.vi-- ..v s i. .vr X :' v., .(', present department, wfalch would mean' a saving of $75,000' a year. The present police department Is a burden and drag te the taxpayers. The, force is composed principally of a lot of hill 'billies who-- haven't the slightest qualification for a polIceJ officer, and the reign 'of burglaries and crime in Louisville prove that. These "yap" cops do not even make posts day or night, as citizens know a J vnan'fl who remember way back wlien, ,we tl.n nTit4A the 9rty, but just can not arouse any had real police. In other days, poknew that O. P. itetrest in. G.panty State affairs. The average resident made posts the cerat iRajwblkian in Kentucky to lice on his beat ,, doomed for years Ao come, and no' tain hours and in an emergency -m knew where to .locate one. The knowsi .that better tnan xne After a struggle lasting over seven hundred years Erin sees ,)' leaders outside of do not make posts, but to promise of peace and liberty in' her domain. And Jthese same leaders at- - lieu ride wildly all over towni in HrlbUfte that fact to two causes "flivvers." When not making posts ' : .." Got. Morrow's administration and the "flivvers" are used to carry the . machine in. Lou- - officers' itamllies about or to do tihclr Ui Searcy-ChiltNo wonder the Those State" Republican, 1vie. are outspoken to, saying that family marketing. high. Gnsollno and a' tax rate m'S Iks leader the .machine's 'act to forcing a ticket "flivver" riding comes, high. Speaking of the police making on .the people here through the aid of a, solid, phalanx of 27,000 negro nests, does anyone heljeve the n rohbery would have voter makes the majority ot white Totem in .the State Tally to the Dem- happened if the Keysitoners made ocratic standard. All agree that the posts? Here was a $5,000 robbery machine to Loute-vin- In a big Fourth avenue show while Injurious to this city, surrounded .by many glittering Is the Democratic party's biggest electric lights, the stripping of that amet in the State. window taking .much time and pains, One pleaslnig feature to Louisville yet not a policeman came that way. Democrats 4s the fact that the Dem- For the past year crooks have had ocratic majority in the Senate will easy picking on Fourth street, and put a damper on .the performances for a while last spring a safe was Condemned by Fair Minded ..Citizens, the Local Republican Machine Again Circulates S. Thr.uiston Ballard, the Repub- blown every Sunday on that thor Keystoners lican Lieutenant Governor, who oughfare. And the "Alibi" The Torch as an ... V For It ContemDtible Course. In the last session like the haven't even a clue. After each ai- . t. fcraikeat- Partisan Mi,fciWIi. -- tx ...? n ' .f.t.-- . rdbbery-tbad'j Jlii 'i' 'mi. temiin ilHHterrfWi n ... was touted and advertised as ministration tries camouflage. It lard "the (big business man," "the non- used to he Col. Patty would ladle partisan citizen," etc., and. wo wore out a lot of "bull" about the splen; Now told by the Republican organs that did Keystone police band '. . he would act so that an observer Prof.. Ragsdale tells about the study wouldn't bo able to distinguish his of psychology and physiology In the Mudgutter Organ From Missouri Finds Louisville a Fertile Field With Aid of Machine ' ' "' political affiliation. Just as eoon as police school. This weeK we were Burton's treachery to the Demo- told, in press agent style how the to Promote Strife Between Neighbors and Friends. crats became an accomplished fact night watchmen were going to be Ballard dropped the made into regular Keystoners with mask, assumed the whip hand and Instructions from the present police Toted with the Republican, machine department officials. That's rich, en any and every measure that Isn't it? The plan Is to have the would embarrass or hurt the Demo- night watchmen do the work of the cratic party. It was JJouti. Gov. police department and prevent rob- SAYS LOUISVILLE HERALD WENT AS FAR AS IT DARED n TJallard's vote, as presiding officer beries like the affair. i' Senate, that abolished the Another (good excuse for Quto to of the registration certificate, which . gave drop about fifty of tho present police free reign to negro repeaters in city department and save gouging the elections. The 27,000 negro vote taxpayers. Another saving would be in Louisville was made possible by to dron tho police band, tho police Ballard's vote, more negroes being school, a dozen or two of the police i TegLatored hero than the United "fltwere." Tho last item would The Tprch on Louisville's Election.. Opponents, but as apostotates and dragging Masonry into politics was States census or tho City Directory mean much, as the "flivvers'? and cam- renegades. Capt. Mike Fllben, During the first given utteranco by a Demoshow. Ballard's deciding vote made police patrols are constantly being paign the Republican, of the fire department, was cratic loader who Is a Past Grand Campaign It 'Imposlsible to keep a check on the wrecked by the Keystone drivers. Committee injected tho religious is- slugged by Capt. Mike Hogon, Demo- Master of Kentucky Masons, James thousands oif negro crooks and thugs i crat and former prohibition officer. Garnett." Aside from Quln's economic who voted in different eectlonls of promises the voters were told ot sue pretty strongly and thousands That was ono way ot fighting it out "And it is this reaction ot right the city. Sunday-schoand church of copies of the Torch, ani A. P. A. among themselves both Irish Ro- eous resentment that .gives the flus his Following the big Democratic propensities. tered Papists the poor excuse for If this is true the publication, of Aurora, Mo., were man Catholics;." gathering recently a group of close Mayor needs to introduce some re- circulated to carry on the religious "Tho Democratic press of the city talking about what tho Masons, Odd political observers were1 discussing form methods among his police strife started by the Louisville was thoroughly Romanized for the Fellows, Juniors or like fraternities the case of Lieut. Gov. Ballard, and and firemen. Hardly a day passes Herald, and fathered-b4he Republi- occasion a task probably not very did. No one need doubt what the was' the consensus of opinion that can Committee The denouncement difficult and the three ipap'ers ac- Hibernians and Knights of Columbus r It you see a man of, his type but thero is a Scandal In the di of these foul and when taccused tho polI.ce department ot did, always .have done and always s non- vorce courts involving a policeman tics since the election by men and every rascality pointed out as a Imaginable. Tho will do. Tho Romanists took tho or fireman, three higher police offi partisan Republican, to look out for police were head ot the cials being connected with Immoral women of all creeds seems to nettle Imaginable - called every vile thing sembly off Trades and Labor As h'lm when the test comes. Often we .bootleggers, auto, their ticket to accommo cases the last few months. the gentlemen in control of the Re- thieves, protectors hear (the remark made that "soHand-s- o divorce publican party hero and to remove and partnere of. date a Roman Catholic." Is a Republican in national po- This past week a police s.ejrgeant, that taint tho Torch Is being cir- criminals, cowards and what not In a headline tho Torch refers to litic, but in State and city affairs a married man, was mixed In a culated again in an attempt to ab n,very euoci was maoe to appear Dr. E. Y. Mulllns as "Tho Muddled Votes for the man, regardless of divorce scandal, and this same ser solve tho Republican. leaders, and that the police and firemen wore un- Dr. Mailtos' and says: "Dr. Mailtos, le politics." That Is bunk, pure hnd geant, who hasn't been to long froni organ from being nfc fault. Tho scrupulous thugs; whereas, In fact like many others ot his profession, I,mple. ' As dn Ballard's case, they the "sticks," distinguished himself in Torch da used to attack Dr. Mulllns, these two. branches ot Louisville's has come under the spell of Jesuit-Istravel, along until given the oppor- another way some time ago. As former Attorney General Garnett, public service are recognized by the. which counsels Protestants to be tunity and they will perform for the agent for the Menace, a niudgutter Judge R. W, Bingham, the l, observers in Jess fortunato cities as passive., Dr. Mulllns has himself Republican machine or party just A. P. A. publication, this newbeing exceptionally capable, efficient quoted to two Times', Post and everyone Catholic orlike any Tenth ward politician. They comer In1 the city attempted to cre- who does nbt approvo of religious and' worthy to every way' gans nearly a month after tho elecoppor ate religious prejudice between bigotry. The following are extracts are until the "It was under that inspiration tion, He-l- Prudent of the Baptist fc tunlty arrives. Take the case of tho men and women,, citizens and neighthat much hyphenated Romanists Theological Seminary, and "was an taken verbatim from the Torch. composed the local bors who had lived here all their semtlemen who "On. November 8 patriotic voters organized their notorious w'recklng active supporter of the Romocratlc life. Keep tills item in mind and of Louisville won. the. most remark- crow ot former Irish policemen to ticket. It took just such a twisting the recent election. They were men see if Qnln will take stronger action able and decisive be supplemented and by of charaoter for Wtoodrow' Wilson, to yet recorded in the history local talent and. Importations from take a Jesuit Secretary with him to than Col. Petty, Uio latter being . fa ,,dl of that city. No IltUo credit is due Indianapolis and other 'cities. One tho. White Hoiise." and bitter t ., t, tJWr. prMudlced attack on the Hving and young citizen (Overton Harris) then lit the TJorch." turber" clrcidating "The 'Evening Times finds a new WHDiam HeyDurn, oeM.. 'The political conventions held got Into the game to a way to draw cause for complaint In its story using Central Police 'WHion', Jraak B. RuaeeB, C. C. erature and for his, distributing point. a few weeks hefore election were in all the ' adverse criticism on h!s own about a very wealthy Catholic capM9nt4, G. C. Stoll, Judge. Arthur Station gambling games to Chesley Searcy. Republican italist Tho Democratic head. Negro the negro curious contrast. declined to inPeter 'Ar.thur D. Allen, Henry G. Tenderloin section were warned by convention came first., The real Natlpnal Committeeman, .decided, vest to a Louilsvllle proposition' beKnad!r, B, Bernbelm, Charles G. had done icomocrat? cause campaign. If the sadHeu,t Richard M. Bean and stop policetheofficially this week to: DemocratsPresidential their best dur mat ut the arid use were to im- .worst of the A. P. A. worst he will campaign to port clubs ho comes to the present. Who higher tog the tor type showed that they otherif Meani the 'local organization, but would organize" another crow1 of rtill be able to And what he likes in were net and danced at up gave those instructions and did Without avail, Col, Jim Whallen to maintain his side." Vienna, Madrid, Dublin, Cork or ihe crtfcck f Boss Searcy's whip Just Mayor Qutn take the tip from the- had retired to the background, but "A;t the Tyler Hotel the like the. little flah Republicans, who Kentucky Irish American, which ad- redoubtable Col. P H.. Callahan, young Democratic, nominee raid May- Kilkenny' for Judge Bingham's plea for a nonare not referred to and advertised! vised hlm to quit somowhat more refinedi and Jesuit- or njado tho mistake of trying to as as hin-ci- s Tiie.wun the Ministerial Association ical in his methods, was looking create campaign thunder hy "sass partisan board Is referred to "tho "Bingham's ibuncomb'1 and , course of tte. Democratic majority' and put the' police to work. ipollce, officers. Their reply whole Romocratlc gang was repudiIng'.the after Rome's sectarian interest'," In t4te. SemUe. and Legislature 1" ''The Republican convention nom- wa.si tg gather liim to with several ated for public safety. If the peoplain. Glve"-Hquarter and rout CELEBRATE CEXTEXARX. inated iwo Romanics and seventy-nin- e oth&rii' who were ready to start ple had expected safety from the t. nullard and )tfe fellowers at the Americans of yarieu religious roniethlng for jpoasible '.effect to other source they would have chosen '' centenary df the consecra- affMJation. It happiied The Jhat of the future editions of the Evening Post. eome of Bingham's associates for1 wages indl the, prices pf tion' of Right Tier. Bdward Fen'wlck, Jewte and Proteetanj Wtfh up Th" acts qf the desnerate.. machine public office everytWnt going 'down our newly "P. p., as flrs Btehop of Claclnnati, th greater part of jthat,who mad ticket aroused the entire city. It was do. "The- Papists, had framed their elected Mayor conww forward yritk will be observed at the Feawick were raennbenn of the Masonic lilored.as usurI Jiy.tl.ie plan most beautifully. All tho local f a JoK will take 'the merry out Club January 8, thel celehrafioa order. One of the two poft IiatkIh papers with th,e exception of the antf or th taxoayens.. opening with a reunion of termer Is, a divorced member of of phr;tmM cult. genej'ally aV jvcll an by the Papists Herald, i.Was Heed un for the fake After a eamnalirn la.' which . he reoidtht meWbers of the olub. Jan- so can not ,be aU to h tbat good and their synnthetfc apologists." to. Democratic ticket.. The Irish Amerpledged economy ad good govern- uary 13 will, be "Clergy day," and fctandlnr wfth (th Democratic ican was for It of course, and those Pait tnooiwr.chy "The ment Qujn now lets known Sight Rev. Joseph Schremb Bishop an-- K clerical adnnlnlftrauon." who ue q.vesiandi bradas are further raise ft OletulaiHi, wrl preacji at; .the U.lh! dmlnItrtlo--wi"The ensuing eiranakmt Jeurr'l' Time and 'Post, denounced ehapel tine tax rate to tne Known that eerfiees in' a vhMA what oeciurton. , Studay,theJaauary 1on 'wM ged to Wtterly byT tb' jfiW "Demo- - I the Torch nrlckt b. exnecfed. or informed, hy experience that to be Trkaii.4ib.nT, t t.i i. In QW 1. h!tory't & way Roman mMhine that m bUrne course tbei' In the imurI 7rth. Rfltli.nu T ti nn n,a t,j,a,-- ). amooth, political wj,"Qu Rer. ArcMleM)B. Heery MoelJw will dirtla wi. dteraee to the!.? fflft bput the M?wn hqif to Jm Roman Catholic imi and pn,ou- - jpoaaieate Vry Kv.. Bayaiond crty. Fle mn" in Jo jtry4g tm .'miwm ana tliir order iew uotomi. uatnoae w daINIu i him , Mehr. O, P., of De- - dajma take tam. fiuiro the 'axpayetv Mid leav areh,rdraiid 'Jwto'.poiitle. n, Tlve hwmor Ony otte newspaper, ia Loafc- being ablf or do nrmicaa Proriach! will recli the in thf role ,mf b kut so Hint what JffFL1 hf refarded politics ofor) tM; Net tlwfcrwardd wAout- vlll lrcd oh.' wnG nry itrmoa. Park Bsnl, otherwise. mot wm the ary h The JleriiWj being f y - J he Kentucky the vlgilature dra-w- nearer, k te plain observer .that the State way machine ,1s to a bad jaad.tW Sta.t"e leaders are far from tH cocky et around here two years ef Theo- ''Ijewdy Ed" was to the beyr day ot Ms pbpularlty and iBiir-'treoeipadre I)emocratic Senator, M lined, np with tho Republican machliio:- Uow the uepubucan machine apattera a Wttle about factions In the 'Democratic ranks, which is a Zj Am odium. . imAi i Just aa.atiHn above, with wages. rents, th.lpSrof ifood, cloth os and! eTerythMOeDM going down there not tha;MI(h test excuse to the world for ilaJK yncrease ln taxes. Therjo shaMKilm ve been a reducuon in- If Mayor Quta is the goody- picture man his supporters is he will out the useless expendi tures' ami waste all around him and' thu.,mke It uncecessary to further gouge, with, tnx lils rate will hdmln.lstrlBIR'inust hear the -- A ' ton ot can cut leIncompetentfifty men off the Keystone police the taxpayers-- . To b'egto o, . - v. .. received during tho year $10,000 In food, shelter, clothing and medical aid1vccording to the annual reports read' Sunday at the organization quarterly; meeting- at Knights of Columbus Hall. Reports from twenty conferences throughout tho city ehowied- that' 983 persons received aid during i.tao year; 2;152 visits wore made toithe homes of needy persons; 1,204 visits were made to hospitals and sim ilar institutions; employment- we found for 166 persons andi 250 per sons were placed on the society's Tel'Ielf roll. The amount spent for relief work In tho city, besides money invested in clothing and food. totaled $9,576.82. In adjdltloni. the society contributed $1,802.29 to the Armenian, Austrian: and German children and Irish relief funds. The total expense of the twenty conferences was less than, one per cent of the amount of money used to the work. The money raised-- was obtained by voluntary Bub'scrlpblons of workers and sympathizers. The Rev. Pohlkamp, pastor of St. Joseph's Catholic, churChi, .and a member of the Board of Directors of tho Associated Charities, delivered an eloquent and forceful address, commending the work. John A. Doyle presided at tho niieottog and received many new members tote, the society, the greatest char'-'- organization, to the CathoUc church, which dispenses Its relief regardless of race, creed or i DIo-me- sHBrVBKV j President Do Valcra, Says That.Irteh Delegates Exceeded Their' 4r vj'A .. -. - "'' Power.fy,' V Congratulatory Cablegrams Seat Front Kentucky to Leaders A .V'' in Dall Ercaiui. '" " VOTES TO THURSDAY TLf , A'; de color. FATHER DRUM PASSES. Pav. Father Walter Drum, S. J professor of Scripture nt WoodGtbck College near Baltimore, who died Saturday morning, was a native of Louisville. I He was born, at Taylor Barracks,. Louisville, September 21, 1S70. His father, the late Capt John Drum, at that time was to Major Gen. Philip St. George Cooke. Father Drum's early education was obtained at frontier anmy post schools. Later he at tended Jesuit colleges at Las Vegas, N. M Milwaukee and Buffalo.. In 1890 he was graduated from the Jesuit College at Boston. Besides Margaret his mother, .Mrs, Drum, of Boston, FatherDrum Is survived by four brothers, Col. Hugh A. Druro, II. S. A.; John D: Drum, of Boston; Joseph C. Drum, of New York, and A. L. ' Drum, of Chicago. aid-decaDefe1-mon- ue-pWi- Key-stone- rs Loulfi-vUl- e. - f on Besten-Lange- SeArey-CMK- on e, wln-dp- w TORCH ON LOUISVILLE ELECTION, d - . per-fArm- fld - taT?llke-th'elBeste- e rffr . '. . v .J..-V- - ... ; . . ., SCOUTMASTERS, The , fr Scout- V - . . w ' -... non-partis- Besten-Lange- THATTHE 4 j: recent-politica- l an ol masters' Association and Louisville Boy Scouts are very gratifying to the friends of this popular and commendable movement- among our youth. President A. J. Ohligschla-ger'- s report says: "Our activities-durintho 'past year fulfilled our (purpose In organizing the Scoutmasters' Associa tlon, inasmuch as through our train ing courses we studied scouting and while exchanged experiences, through, our industrial hikes, and scout rally, we promotea , special activities and the general welfare ot i the individual troops." Chairman Frank Cassell reports that one of tllie splendid results obtained was the agrement by the Fourth Degree of tho Knights of Columbus to foster thfe Boy Scout rriovement among Catholic boys, A strong committee, consisting ot four clergymen and four laymen1, was appointed and they are actively at work, and are planninig a substantial "extension ot scouting among boys of their faith. -- annual reports dt the HIBERNIAN OFFICIALS. President, J. P. Donohue; Vice President, J. P. Broderick; Recording Secretary, John Martin; Financial Secretary, John) Broderick; Treasurer, D. J. Dougherty. (Monday evening Division' 4 held Us election, resulting as follows; President, Jos. D. Hennessy; Vice President, DanM MoKenna; Recording Secretary, D, J. Hlne.; Financial Secretary, T. J. Langnni; Treasurer, John F. Burko; Executive Committee, J. J. McTJgho, Thoa. Lynch, L. D. Meaney, J. J. Barry, C. J. Ford, President Hennessy announced that Division, 4 was planning for a big initiation. and banquet following tho hoBdays. officers The following o'E Division' have beem elected 3, A. O. H.: high-clas- perial Parliament for ratification, while the Dall Elreann at Dublin indulged to debate turning on Eamonn do Valera's charge that tho Irish exceeded plenipotentiaries their powers .in signing the treaty without further reference to DnblinNeiAhw- -' the Commons nor tho Dail Elreann, however, had yet come to grips on the actual decision respecting ratification, which has ibeen postponed until Thursday. A feature of the debates in Westminster was a bitter attack on tho Government by Lord Carson in the House of Lords, and Capt. Charles Craig, Irish Unionist, (Lord (n the House of Commons. Carson especially showed not the slightest dlm'toutfom in Ws denunciation: ot any accommodation with nationalist Ireland. He dared the Government to do anything to stir Ulster against the empire. In supporting the treaty Lloyd George appealed to every member of the Comomns not to say a word to make the .task of the Irish advocated for ratification, more difficult. Cheering broke out again when, he made this statement. The Premier then continued by saying that these Irish leaders were flghtiing to make peace between two great races designed by providence to work together in partnership and friendship. "Let us help them," he said.Here in Louisville there has been rejoicing and hopes that there would be a speedy and Just termina tion of the differences between Ic.--j i I f land and England, with assurance; that continued support wouhb ba' given President De Valera, Collins; -old-tlmo the Goverpment. In a scene likely to prove a landmark to English history, the Irish treaty Was presented to the Imcoerce Wednesday the question! at ratifi cation or rejection of tho. Anglo-Iris- h agreement by the Dall Blreann was postponed, until Thursday, a public session to .be held and the deputies to debate rthe matter and Meanwhile the .come to a decision discussing Dall to secrot session the dispute between tho delegates to the London confeience, who were the signers ot the, agreement, and Eamonn de Valera-- the Republican President, and his adherents on this issue, as to whether the delegates had the power to conclude the agreement. Dublin looked like a convention city. It was crowded with men and women seking by their Influence to affect the result of the Dall's action. But nobody will venture to, predicfl the result. It is possible that, instead of a diretc vote on ratification or rejection, of- - the agrement, tho Dall will refer the question to "the people ot Southern Ireland through a pleblcite. The Ulster Cabinet's reply to tho Prime Minister's letter of December 5 definitely rejects the invitation to enter the Irish Free State, but it i3 not thought the Ulster following can w-- xj i - I m Courier-Journa- pro-Iris- h, non-partisa- n fcLSiLtyr;t m ex-iuo- v. who-recentl- TIug-ugH- es o.-t'h.- non-partis- an club-carrlo- ra ( pussy-footin- g non-parusa- ; out-ne- forty-fcev- etf - tht mock-Mason- s, ptieitdd-rratctfan- te J'e M " et-cJ- al . te .m . tl ad 'Nw-York- wlliair . tleNre VA: Si e 1 (" c; we your able assicfclatesT.itymas triumph of reufl over paskjon. Ratification means liberty, peace and prosperity for'Spear Old Iwand. Deea lath." "Diea )ath" is Irteh for "God he wJth ydnVV The cabli Is signed by Judge OvBjoherty, Ear win P. Morrow, Governors0 . ttea" tucky; Huston Quia, Mayor V1"1 IrolMn. thru Tlou WW.... w.ww , MV...S, V..V ...v.. Tnlin TniflvVJameS Thompson, Vice President o Socle Historical BISHOP'S GOLDEN JUBILEE. the Rev. Martin O'Connor, William M. Hlgglns and Owen Sullivan. Right Rev. J. J. Ryan,. Bishop of Expressing confidence In1 the wisAlton, is: to celebrate the fiftieth dom of Eamonn de Valera. members anniversary ot .his ordination to the of tho Robert Emm'ett branch.' W priesthood on December .23, but at the American Association for Recogthe earnest request of the venerable nition of tho Irish Republic, at an prelate there will be no formal com- enthusiastic meeting Tuesday night memoration ot the event. Bishop sent tho following cablegram to Ryan) has' been at the head of the President De Valera; Alton diocese elnco 1868. He is "The Robert Emmett branch ot known as a gentle man, averse to the A. A. R, I. R. of Louisville, public notice ot any kind, prof erring unanimously express1 confidence in to go quietly about his priestly your wisdom' to lead the Irish, people' duties and spend his leisure tlrrio in to a right decision in this crtote. study. Tho BteWop has a number of God bless Ireland." The' message relatives residing to Louisville was signed by the Rev. John O'Connor, President; John A. Doyle, Vice ST. PATRICK'S. President; Robert E. Heestoa, Sec retary; Mary Corcoran, Treasurer; Tomorrow evening the children of the Rev., Patrick Walsh, Mrs. WalSt. Patrick's school will give their ter Smith, Mrs, Anna Halllhan, the annual Christmas entertatomont in Rev. Francis Martin, and Bama St. Patrick's Hall, Sixteenth and Hunt. Market. Songs and short plays will The Rev. John O'Connor, , Rbt, be features of an exceMent and weM Patrick Walsh, Rev, Franc! Martta-anarranged programarae. Rey. Father MoCool, ot Boetoa, addrefeeed the meeting which' was VISITATION HOME. featured by a musical procrarawte arranged by. Secretary Howrion. JM The flret retreat to be given for urged eupport- - of Datt Htmmi reeldehts of th VMtaUoro Hbm In the Inleh oauee, ',' . the new qnarwt on. Fourth street, The lataet sew; from Dwbftfc mm wan. opened Wednesday by the Rev. that the Dall would Ratifeftei, C. P., and wWI the' treaty aad, uUin GrMSth 'Father come to a Mtotnte doM tomorrow. CoilIn3. ' Irish-American rtnv nffrnrvnn .Tiidire Matt O'DohertV .. ' . - . ... sent a cablegram io Arthur .urimtn' Michae Colltos and Dall Elreanps which readsV "Americans witbou, distinction coirgVwtulata. ypu and, --- -- UPUUI.U UIUI tilt? IJiVVl rfUVUllll. u v aa K!rn 'rt' '& .s. ij:.m , ' SiiAli- - W f &. HP iciDicrrooM? KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, .v;' J PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY. (Watod to tkaSecUr and Motil' Advueemcat ol Itbfc Americans tad Catholics Offialalfy Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Mea's Institute and Catholic Knight iQf America. xttxmttfjk3Btfttmx&Jk.js: CUTS SINN FEIN KNOT. Special Xmas Silk Ties Some very extra values that we can offer atthis very low price because we bought fifty dozen of them. Many patterns PUT UP IN XMAS BOXES. Publishers fUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SlNOLBCOPYSc KBNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PR1NTINO CO., laeorpcrXtd. Bntcred at the LouUvllla PuatoHlce aa Second. Cli Matter. 319-32- 1 Uttm AH CtMMftkalieM to tke KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, Wist Ufetrty SUxt. ......." 55c "..,- - tffWADES fipg?) COUNCft LOUISVILLE, KY 4. ..SATURDAY, DECEMBER posscsB 17, 1921 within her natural terrl tories, and how great has been tho Irish victory a victory for right Peace between Ireland and Is the best news trfnee and justice. Silk Shirts, Initialed Handkerchiefs, America's entry Into tine "World ANSWER THAT PUZZLE. War, tor as wo have pointed out Umbrellas, Reefers, Ireland was tho one weak Bpot In Nff Fur Caps, Wool Socks, Tho LoulsvITlo Herald la mailing England's defensive and diplomatic wsL Ties, Cuff Buttons, armor. How tho peace terms will out thousands of copies of a puzzle, conwhich it asks citizens to answer, but .suit those of us who desire no iB' mcrva r.ni.,-,.iis- Collars. Suspenders .ano tlrnV rurcmanirtua nection whatever with England re- many of tho recipients would profeT 1408W.MARKET ST. mains to be seen Summarized the to Tocelvo the Herald's answer to .UUISVIILE,K BIG LINE OF BELTS AND- EXTRA BUCKLES terms, at this writing, appear to be that more Important puzzle, why it that Ireland is .to be known as tho injected the religious question into Irish Free State; that she Is to have tho recent political campaign. How a status like Canada and Australia; proud the Herald must bo of tho that she will have complete control effusive praise from tho Torch, tho PERFECT FITTING mudgutter organ, for Its of' her own finance; that she will SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES ml assume some part of the national conduct during tho recent campaign. will give reasonable debt; that she Lord High Chancellor Birkenhead, who is said to have devised tho TAKE NOTE. guarantees to the Unionist minor form of the oath of allegiance: wh ich was accepted by the Irish Ro-summary bo correct, ity. If this moment when Hats off to the Olan MHirphy! In! pubKIcans at a envoys rejected a peace breakdown seemied certain be then however much It may fall short Dublin Premier Lloyd George's formula for a recent report of the War Depart cause' swearing loyalty to tho! King. of what wo would wish, wo must still concede that the victory won ment on family names in tho World Murphy led all tho 71 G West St. Catherine tsreet, an COJIING EVENTS. has been a great victory, particular War the name of rest. What's la a name? A good aounce tho marriage of their daughly when we consider tho tremendous 0 Turkey disposal ter. Miss Virginia E. Kerins, to Bert December odds against which tho Irish have deal, and it is a foregone conclusion Oculists' Prescriptions. man with the grand old Celtic' auspices of Columbia Athletio Club, Baker, the ceremony taking place ait had' to contend. Besides wo should that a on St. Louis Bertrand's church patronymic of Murphy or Kelly or 621 East St. Catherine, SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY remember that It is those who have Miss December 2. December 22 Christmas enter Wednesday, XX00SF6&A.VSS borno the heat and burden of, tho Burke or Shea will bo grabbed up tainment by pupils of St. Philip Kerins was connected with the ofllco force of tho National Bank of KenFourth and Chestnut. day of strife those who risked all quicker by tho recruiting sergeant Neri's school iln Windthorat Hall. tucky and was quite popular in than, a merer Smith, Brown.' or enterDecember 22 Christmas and dared all for their country or even a Sims or a George tainment of children of St Philip Catholic social circles. JOHN B. WATHEN right to say what who only have the SISTERS WEDDED. terms of peace will be acceptable. 'Arvey. Tho Murphys have proved Neri School, Windthorat Hall. rUIUflTTJRB MOVING AND December 29 Social afternoon The Torch and Junior Order They know their strength and Its it. PACKING and evening, Altar Society of St. CeMr. and Mrs. Sam T. Spalding, might well ndte this. limitations, and If they find It excilia's church, in school hall. 1311 South iFourth street, on WedC25 South Twenty-SixtStreet ..wt4 "Vk pedient to "bring .tho war to a close nesday witnessed the marriage of Was ISMa PLORIOU8 TRIUMPHS. Sh&waee 1986 two .of thair daughters. Both cereon. any favorable terms, we on this AAAAAkkAAkAAAAkkkkkA monies occurred at their home, the LONG DISTANCa HAULINe side of the Atlantic, who have ex"Even whilo'the ,blazo of Irish Rev. Father Robert G. Lyons, of perienced nono of the horrors of tho glories St. Louis Bertrand church, officiat1is at this moment throwing RECENT DEATHS. England savage warfare which ing. Miss Mario Berenice spalding its splendor over tho memory of us was married' to Bernard Russell waged ini Ireland, have no night to all, I The sudden death of Miss Ida believe in my soul that the Hughes, of New Orleans, at 9 disapprove of those terms, however Mrs. MatHe Kelly was last week o'clock in, the morning, while hor Shannon, who was killed in an auto Parliament of regenerated Ireland mobile accident Sunday afternoon, MjWdletown. sister, much wo may dislike them. will achieve triumphs more glorious, tho guest of frionds at Miss Josephine Kathryn We have toys for children of all sizes and tastes, Menno entertained her Spalding, was married to John Hum- Was a distinct shock to her many Mrs. moro lasting, more sanctified nnd luncheon-bridg- Bert e From rattlers to midget golf sets, from blocks to club at her homo phrey Powers, of Huntington, W. friends and acquaintances in St. GIFTS FOR NEEDY. holy than any by which her old on Frankfort nvenuo. parisn, wnero sne Louis guns and miniature victrolas. Va., at 7:30 o'clock in the evening. was a iiertrana's and faithful mem Parliament Illumined (the annals of John P. Langan, of Halo avenue, Th approach of Christmastldo ber. Miss Shannon was a stepBring the children in. Let them enjoy themselves country, and our race." Thus yrfho had been dll for some time, Is CHRISTMAS MASSES. daughter of Patrick Purcell, of 1134 Ktarts most people thinking about our in this veritable Toyland. Both stores entire now Improving rapidly. spoko Isaac Butt in 1878. street, and besides her Seventh what they will give tor Christmas. The hours: for masses on Christ- stepfather is survived by two ste-second floors. A. Fitzgerald, who visited Mr. Wis and practical men and women re- mas day at the Church of Our Lady, and Mrs. Clifford Staples, Agnes Shannon and Mrs. tern, Samuel Compere rightly contends turned to Mammoth! Cave. has 3511 Rudd avenue, will bo at 5:30. John Miss now mako out a list of friends to Bay St Louis. The Fa'hey, that the people of the world demand 7:30 and o'clock in the morn funeral took of Mrs. John P. Coll entertained last be remembered and bestir themplace from St Louis ing; Tho first mass will bo tho hlgM Bertrand's church) Wednesday morn500 to select suitable gifts. They freedom irolva. the burden of arma Saturday at street, at hor home on mass, preceded by tho singing of East Maple Jeffersonville. ing. We carry hundreds of items that would make fear, ahove all things at this season ment and they demand a world or 'Miss Elizabeth Quinnv of Fort "Silent Night" belore tho handsome ganized for. peace. Tho people of Many friends and admirers are delightful gifts for young people. For boys there ol the year that sdmo worthy friend Thomas, has been visiting Mrs. Wil- crib. Services will bo especially Im- mourning the death of M'lss Delia pressive anil all members are speare bicycles, footballs, sweaters, golf sets, tennis may be in advertency omitted front tho world do not want an excuse for son Reynolds, 212 Collins Court. Edcially sacra-- Conners, daughter of the late racquets and balls, baseball gloves and supplies, Mrs. Edward Dalton, of Jefferson- ments. invited to approach tho be1 their lfet of Christmas benefactions, failure rtlhoy do not even want a ward and Catherine Conners, folHoly communion will adreason for failure. boxing gloves, rifles, sleds, games, etc. For girls ville, is at San Antonio, Texas, lowing an illness of heart trouble. This fine old custom: of remember ministered at all the masses. where she' will' spend the winter. there are basket balls, sweaters, bicycles, tennis Fortified by the sacraments of her ing others at Obiristm&s rightly religion, she was fully prepared for Mrs. Russell Sheridan-- Ciltton, enequipment, kodaks, etc. When England recognizes the FATHER LEIDt BETTER. rightly practiced) and the summons Into eternal life. She tertained as visitors laBt week Mrs. springs from tho very soul of tho "Irish Free State" by treaty, that W. 'Morgan and Miss Emma Gentry. is survived by The Rev. Father Borgias Lehr, and William J.two brothers, Edward Conners, with whom Alexis J. Schulten, Jr., will re- pastor of St. John's church feast. For Christmas is tho feast of means a recognition of Ireland as a at she lived at 711 East Kentucky the love of God for man and of man separate nation under all interna turn tomorrow from Andover, Mass., who Is a patient at St Jo- street. Funeral services were (held where ho is a student at Phillips seph's Infirmary, whore ha underThere arc many useful electrical gifts that Mother for God, a lovo that is very fittingly tlonal law. Monday morning at St. Paul's Academy. went an operation for appendicitis, expressed by gifts. The feast of will appreciate, such as percolator, toaster, grill, iron Dr. John R. Wathen left Sunday Is now recovering nllcely being able church, of which she was a most exCHRISTJIAS. emplary member. God'a lovintg generosity to us beand also thermos bottles, lunch kits, coat sweaters, for Pinehurst, N. C, to attend the to be up and about his room. Mrs, Mary Kelleher, seventy-thremeeting of tho Southern Surgical Ascomes the 'feast of our loving genfountain pens, Evcrsharp pencils, portable phonoxxt Christmas Is essenThe feast widow of Timothy Kelleher, died . graph, etc. erosity to Him. But 3di needs tially one of generosity. Christian sociation. CHRISTMAS COLLECTION, suddenly of heart trouble Monday Mrs. 'George Zlx lof Wednoteday to nothing, we can give Him' nothing. people the world over, In order to Bpend afternootD at her homo, 1637 West For Dad there are shaving sets, pocket knives, tho Christmas (holidays Announcement will bo made toSho is survived by However in his divino wisdom Ho remind one another of the generos- ber daughter, Mrs. Allen Long, with flashlights, cards, poker sets, fountain pens, watches, and morrow in all the churches of the Market street. Mrs. Margaret Kelly, a daughter, has provided for all this. Ho points ity of God towards man, are in the Mr. Long, at Petersburg, Va. Louisville diocese of tho annual col- nnd two sons, Fred golf equipment, hunters' supplies, etc Kelleto all those whom Ho has taken for habit of giving Christmas presents Passing the week in New York lection for the orphans, to be taken her. Mrs, Kelleher and John was a native of to those who are near and dear to City .were IR. M. Hamilton, M. B. up at all tho masses on Christmas Ireland, came to his brothers) and sisters ini this" them. God's1 Christmas gift to tho a Moumtjoy, P. B. Sharp, M. J. Jo- day. This is a co'llectloni that should little girt. Her Louisville while sh for the Christmas Catalogue It lists all theza Christmas mystery and declares to world Is peace, that true peace dt seph fnucral was held appeal to everybody and the cifts and hit drcds more us that whatever we do to the least heart and mind which can come only ville. and F. C. Harvey, all of Louis- or tue orphan homes are inmates from St. Patrick's church, where she praying was a regular communicant. of these, his brethren, wo do It unto from hils presence among us nnd "William B. Kelly, who has been that all will be generous. within our souls. For hundreds of The sympathy of many friends Him'. Hero is both the Inspiration years before attending Yale University, arrived has been extended to Miss Mary T. his birth the people yesterday to sperid TURKEY DISPOSAL. fpr the feast of Christmas and tho longea lor mis coming; tho prophets tho holidays with Kenteally In the loss of 'her mother, Mary Ellen Keneally, widow of opportunity of .being generous to had foretold the time and iilaco of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James B. If there is a Christmas shortage Mrs. lato Hugh Keneally, her death Kelly. God Himself in the- persons of those hfa birth, and among many other of turkeys here It can bo charged to the OO (IPOHAT CO Joseph P. Hlnes, of Washington, Vic things concerning his advent Into occurring Sunday afternoon after an Ecker, Adam Schneider and around us. tho world, told of the pefctco which will arrive home today to spend the Mueller, who aro rounding up a Ed. Illness of some time. Tho funeral big took .place from .the residence of 220 S. Fourth Two Stores 449 S. Fourth. would ho the pi'ocioufc 'gift of the holidays witlh) his parents,. Mr. and supply of NEARLY ENFORCED. new born Babe. .At his birth angels Mrs. Thomas H. Hines, of Sixth Council's the birds for Trinity Mrs. Mary Phaleni, niece of Mrs. K Y1L turkey disposal, which Keneally, Tuesday morning ' hovered over the crib and an- street: at 8:45 Ubs,' place at the club- house. Bax and klkkkkW r Tm. Mr. and Mrs. nounced to the world tidings of L. A. Blanford, lanes from St. Louis Bertrand's Oulside of dally and nightly stories ter and Morton groat joy, heralding tho birth of tho Orescent Hill, havo returned from nesday evening. avenue, next Wed church, at 9 o'clock. bootlegging, mm running, drunk Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and - en. CflTOHSa!r-vPrince of Peace. What must have Springfield, where they attended a Mbnday morning tho funeral of - f " (TVKA rvfrJV,,IVilHn been the Joy and hanDiness caused ruouse, party given by Miss Pattle Oldest Bank in the State. ... 1VVL5 3Mrs. Catherine Watson Shelloy, bel""".wv. in K. OP O. WoU enr tho hearts of all who heard those manrora. 7laTOmtot3-ti,titt- y loved wife of Thomas Shelley, 1924 forcsd. JTiTa latest 'phafee is the dis-- woraa or tno angei7 Edward J. Hackett, who has been But wo, too, Lecturer William Q. Hume, of. Stevens avenue, took place from St. coveryVof rq manyamateur moon- - shore in "this happiness. With tho confined to his homo, East Market Louisville Council, James church. Sho was seventy-nv- o K. of whole Christian world we rejoice on street, New Albany, for tho past two nounces 'for' Wednesday C, an- years old and had lived an activo . Miners, and kltcji night's jn Bomo sections this day at tho outward manifesta- weeks on account of illness, is great- mooting "Theological Baseball." with and well spent life. Besides her "iiaoui moojjifejne still equipments tion' of our Divine Lord in liis tem- ly improved. FIFTH' AND MAIN STREET. ftn invitation to the members tie bo husband sho leaves a sister. Sister are very jafw poral birth at Bethlehem. We exGeraldlne, of the Sisters of Charity, WaWWaMMMWMSMMMaWllMMSWSSWMMSaMWSMWi Miss Mary iLouiso Moloney will be present and find out. "- press our good wishes to one an- guest of honor at a theater party Mrs. Margaret Ford, widow of Tha Goose on Wrapper Is Assurance That other, exchango mutual tokens of on tho afternoon of December 31 Michael Ford, died Saturday at her fiELAND'S AUTONOMY. "WILL CONTINUE SALE. lovo and 'friendship and show in at Macauley's, followed by a tea homd In Cincinnati. She was fifty- H Magic White Naphtha Soap and Magic Flakes overy way wo The Queen's Dausrhtersf announce iwo years or age and until two years There are some features of tho and .good will can a spirit of peaco at Benedict's. to all men. Ensign John F. Rees, U. S. N., of that 'having many articles Jeft over ago a resident of this city. Sho Are the Original. Manufactured By settlement which show bettor than But with the glad tidings which tho Arkansas, will orrive is survived by two daughters. rrom itholr Christmas Shoppe. due anything else tho character of the the church annonuces to ua during to spend tho hollidays withtomorrow the extremel inclement weather, to remains were brought here and The the his parthe autonomy Ireland shall possess1 we this holy season wo know that the ents, Mr. and Mrs. John N. Rees, sale will be continued overy Wed- funeral took place Monday afterJNCOXFOJU.TBD nesday until Christmas "from 10 a. noon ffom the Cathedral. refer to thloso; relating to an army fullness of peaco can not be attained 1271 South Brook street. Louisville, Ky. 1201 Story Avenue. in this life and that Christmas day Mr. and Mrs. J. C. earner a m. to1 4 p. m. at the rooms of tho and navy. Under the poaco treaty Will Qeave us with many disturbing SURE CURE. children, New Albany, will leave organization, 205 Republic building, Ireland can havo on army as great trials and troubles to underco. nexi wook ror Freenort. Ill,, in Fifth and Walnut streets. In discussing tho present economic DOMESTIC in propotrion to tho popualtlon as Chritsmas for Christ was a day of spend tho holidays with Mrs. Car situation whilo stopping ofT at Richnisnop OP SUPERIOR. Great Britain. The latter has ten great joy. Ho shared in happiness ney's motner, Mrs. Crowley. mond, on his way to Baltimore, watn tno angels wnen they anMr. and Mrs. William J. Heffer-na- n times tho population of Ireland, nounced (tidings of groat joy, We are miners and distributors of the best Eastern and Western Kontwcky Rfglit Rev. Monsigntor Joseph! O. Archbishop Curley mado the followbut Ho announce tho engagement of therefore Ireland's military arm Buftorcd discomforts , in hl3 rude Plnden Vicar General of the Dio- ing pregnant statement regarding Coal produced, and can therefore furnish your requirements with the bst satis their daughter. Miss Viola Heffor-na- cese would be under tho treaty cradle and foresaw all that Ho of Marquette, has been appoint- tn state or war between capital faction and lowest prices. Consumers will benefit by the purchas of their coal to Earl A. Harmon, of JacksonNOW. Let us nave your oraer iuuak ed Bishop of Superior, to succeed anu laoor: of that of Great Britain. The pres- would undergo ifrom tho time of ville, 111. The W.e operate three retail yards at Louisville and also ship anywhere. SpWal" "Economic conditions sometimes birth to his death. The kind re place in January. wedding will take Right Rev. Joseph M. Koudelka, ent army of England numbers seven give tno advantage to one, and then reducod prices on car load shipments. who died last Juno. membrane of frionds and tretatlveg Mr. and Mrs. T. J, Montogmery hundred odd thousand men with will show their lovo and devotion, to the othor, and neither has hesitated to use this advantage to the HARVEY-JELL1C- O four hundred thousand territorials, but tho memory of purely material and daughter Margaret and Misses HONORS AMERICAN RlSROP. Purdio Blanford and Ireno Warren. utm'ost, regardless of justice. There this would give Ireland over Beventy gifts will BOon'pas3 away. Like the of Springfield, were here (INCORPORATOR)) last week Right Rev. Tliomaa J. Walsh. is.no more fairness la the efforts of ihouteand regulars and forty thou shepherds of old, wo must go to ths visiting Mr. and Mm L. A. man- Bishop of Trenton, .lism twpAvaa capitalists to fight for a closed shop Yard and Elevator, Fopo and Payne Streets. crib or the newborn Savior and re sand territorials or .milltja, which wo ceive thero within our hearts .that rora, uroscent Hill. from the Kine of Itnlv thn Cirnaa f against unaons ttoan It was for Yard 1G0O S. First Street. Yard Fifteenth and Magnolia. Miss think is a greater number than flSht for a closed' shop for iruo peaoa ana' mappinoss- whlcit tained Mary Virginia Preuss enter- Italy, a decoration which was Main 033. City 1450. Main Offlco 411 Starks Building. party and" luncheon Ktowieu as an acKUOwjeagraent or her 500 mure wm oo no rest unui would car to provide for. The Christ gay to tho world as his club Saturday. Those present were the Bishop's work In behalf of the both Toallz tho necessity of basing o provides1 fchfct Ireland priceless gift, Mary Elizabeth Misses Savage, spiritual and temporal welfare of their relations upon the fundamental ma bT a navy for comMI dftteose, Christino Elvln Charlotte Elvin, tho Italian residents of lib diocese. Christian principle of treating the CONSECRATION. Elizabeth Holland, Mary Katherine "Wt 4ae to be determined svftr. flr other fellow as you think h.o should trea.t you." tft Is announced in, Chicago that Hurte, Gladys Grate, Nora Treton, TAKE FROM CANS.. START INE THIS NINTH WITH THEI FOR ALL FUKFOSW jwm by a eommiMoa rp-e(laftbel Tneatoav Agcee MeNamee, AThte short paragraph gives a clear the coAMemUoa. of lUght Rev. bejkjfc oouatriM. New thus r , Jacobs, Eiaaaori Koefale-rT.- - Xotan, a Auxiliary Bishop All canned meats and fish should diagnosis of the industrial disease Louisville Bank Keatacky Oaaasaaers Oil wtotah IttdVemU bow WMntote of that Atoeaate, wM takd ntee oh Mary Vteyiivia Pruaas, be removed fr'em the can a soonnow affecting thfcj c'ouatry, and pre-a- s LoHkrlUe Keatwferr wlft U th Daapmfear Jl. opfMed. Fourth and Central AvOawe, InfMd scribes a eure ewe. d Mh.'Mk T, Ktim, of Mr. ., t VICTORY FOR IRELAND. ts. 4 fW 55c FIBRE SILK SOCKS Make a nice present. colors at this figure. We have them in all sizes and What Men Like For Christmas t 'i V uW IBS9BK - I out-orJto- ii OD h 18-2- Bob-ino- n, , - .' J OUU1- 1Y. PRESENT B-B R ALL! Toys for the children life-lo- ng 9:-3- - iel-ve- s Gifts for the young people T , , Car-rollto- n, Gifts for Mother and Dad e, fc - UT6LIFFE Q) 94 "J . wm -l' dl'f AA ipl,JJ J National BanK of Kentucky & f 0 MAGIC SOAP COMPANY -- O O AJ steaU n, one-tent- h COAL COMPANY :. Ire-le&- A - i)o-'un,- trty "" & Weekly Savings Club Oil and Grease Bd-wa- pro-rm- m rd Lo-uls- e tnM .n , , . ' South Jjjjjjjfa&!j)& t&h&fc i A r s aJ;.' k:jbsodjo Bry I ireiaSKt AJMcramiO-. -- .. rffAHK L(JlL JJ-rfLE. PETE DOUBLE C.2DSS 'OU-VOU aaf VWCHfUL. yAVtt M6 "UDUD.'ON J by BAY HOPPMAM'j .MM k ," VE, V.1L- -. i. : SHt9? .lllH' HFU1( VoO' nnooldnV VAYT v. ft WWvUJTE. c i - " I ,no, 1 x vioulokVdo D G. -- A jf Kw-GerUPPU.T&rVr-XreNE- fcfcWNHEN TAB'S TiOsMH, W i'AV ' cJ vyFA srtOOLfc oo? Zl ''f a I wvr ft wam Sj j7, VAElS DCWK - vian l xnnowt get up -Till Woo Co N&YiFW Kpi THS WEE TVYEl4 AND XViON'--f GO V Sua ftVW TILL WOO J GEY UP- - p- iirJjf( . ..yfc.-' .i. '?v i jVx jls WW? " JrVfVf ' 'MvBtr 1 W rs4emmm&'' &uL wwvyy GfW MOPrOW 'KKiSiHlHBSB' " rm tr,k. " me. 'iyk. IJIvrP "l' T, WHERE THE PEACE PACT WAS SIGNED. tL J. BANNON, PrttUwt aid Mimitr. P. BAKXOH, JR., Via Pm. ui Tw. t ,' - iS IP. I BANNON PIPE CO. uA AND L4rkir ciiDMicuiKinc I'ltllJj I uiMllJMinuj OSW.MARKETST. L0UISVILLE,KO Stwer and Calvert Fipe, BaanoB'i Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Condalti, Wall Coping Drain Tilt, Titrified. Brick, Fire Proofing, Fine Lining, Fire Bricil Grate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chlmaey To OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. PHONES CITY B73.1786,I'.CUMB. WORKS MAIN:5O7.0K EXPERT CLEANING, PRESSING AND ALTERING H. LEVY at Moderate Prices CITY 994 MERCHANT TAILOR Maker of High Class Ladles' and Gentlemen's Garments 402 BAST BROADWAY, AT PRESTON Thirteenth and Breckinridge and Ninth and Magaolia. mmmBmm9mmtmt C. HOT AND COLD. LUNCH SOFTDRINKS OYSTERS Brunswick-Balke-Collender Jtf KEMPER )! Vi IN SEASON SPECIAL HOT ROAST BEEP SANDWICHES S41 WEST MARKET STREET PHONE CITY 1098 Authorized dealers for The Tables, Bowling Alleys, Supplies and Accessories. display. Sold on tho Club Plan easy payments. Incorporated POCKET BILLARD TABLES line Sample of EVERYTHING DAVIS & GREENUP DRUGS h V tables on JOHN OGLE COMPANY SEVENTH AND JEFFERSON LOUISVILLE, KY. Within the walla ot thto room, at 10 Downing street, In which also the passing t tfce American colonies was enacted, Ireland has Just been granted her independence after protracted parleys between Lloyd George and Do Volora. allmaiasssszgssaac S3XKSUmK2rrS3l!Si CONSECRATION PREPARATIONS. cer- TIIAT A FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE SHOULD OARRX IN STOCK PRESCRD?TIONS A SPECIALTY S. W. CORNER EIGHTEENTH AND MADISON STREETS Home Phono, Shawnee 550 hland 841 Bat WHEN IN THE HIGHLANDS STOP AT 9UZ EVERYTHING "ROMIEf" DRINK AND TO EAT GEO. BAXTER AND BREOKINRnKJE J. ROMISER, Prop. COAL Phone 932 For Fool AAitiiAAJiA.t.AiiiT.ihJ,AAiJ.AJf.AitAAA OAKDALE DRUG COMPANY Incorporated St. Bernard Mining Co. INCORPORATED PRES0REPTION DRUGGISTS 8104 FOURTH AVENUE, TAYLOR AND BERRY BOULEVARDS Your Patronage, Large or Small, Always Appreciated PARK 262 PARK 500 , ST. BERNARD COAL 314 West Chestnut Street W. B. Gathriglit, Mgr. PHONES C. Shawnee 800 Phone Your Wants To West 9.200 GOODIE CANDY CO. MANUFACTURERS! ARTHUR N. E. COR. HIGHEST QUALITY TWENTY-SECTH WOERTZ OUT RATE DRUGGIST FINE CANDIES Candy Pullings and Wheels a Specialty AND MARKET STREETS 1930 West Market Street LOWEST PRICES Phone Shawnee 2347 DOLL HOSPITAL S, Broken Dolls Repaired SONS It. yotur koya prpax ta.Bi aa .aacattoa 101 ux ttet wtu JOHN REOODJS' DOLL BUGGIES AND IRISH RUBBER TTOES PUT ON lla W. aroadway, Soalarlll, X7. MAILS FULL LINE OF TOYS, NOVELTD3S, ETC. Conducted by th. Xaverlan Brothers. ClaajilcaL ant) Scl.ntlflo Buslnen CITY 9206 Course, Preparatory Departmeat, Jjtxt 217 WEST MARKET STREET " St. Xavler's College uym-oaslu- awimnunr STURDIVANT & SON fool, w.11 iUQuippea Terms moderate. Bro. Benjamin, Dlr. TINNERS Preparations for an elaborate emonial attending the consecration of Right Jlev. M"onsignor Edward F. Honan, present Chancellor of the Chicago Archdiocese, as Bishop are now .being made by the clergy and laity, which will take placo Decem ber 21. The announcement of his appointment brought great pleasure to Archbishop Mundelein and to the priests and ldity of Chicago with wlipm. .the. Chancellor hasi been an especial favorite. A native Chlca-goa- n and a product of tho Chicago parochial schools and St. Ignatius College, where he secured his training preliminary to his divinity studies at St. Clary's, Baltimore, and tho Grogorian University at Rome, Monslgnor Hoban is probably the most popular among 'Chicago priests. This popularity suffered none from Is the ifact that the Bishop-elec- t young, of handsome person, with a fine singing voice and much personal charm. His executive ability and diplomacy have been tested and have stood the test in the fifteen, years he has sorved as assistant Chancellor and Chancellor of the archdiocese, handling the. mass of financial details involved in the conduct of the great properties, and ironing out the personal problems that arise in dealing with a thousand priests in nearly 250 parishes populated with thirty nationalities, JESUIT COLLEGE BURNED. Franklin GasBurners 1 Groceries, Fresh Meats and Vegetables 2500 SCHULMAN'S GROCERY BOTH PHONES GRIFFITHS AVENUE WE DELIVER FURNACES f Overhauled and Cleaned $2.50 E. G. HEART1CK CHAS. J. MERIWETHER AND BUILDER DESIGNER Clty21Sl Enst2173 ARTISTIC HOMES S: Main 345. 915 E. Broadway. 0 308 STARKS BUILDING ' TELEPHONES City 9198 Chaa. Leber Gay Leber HENRY FISCHER PORK PACKER LEBER BROTHERS INTERIOR DECORATORS 800 NORTON BUILDING LOUISVILLE, HOME PHONE, KENTUCKY CITY 2709. Boiled Hams a Specialty THE VERY BEST H. TULLY FOURTH AND AVERY STREETS SOFT DRINK STAND CITY 3328 ALSO HOT AND COLD LUNCH' EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS THE BEST IN THE CITY DROP IN AND GET ACQUAINTED TODAY A. L. G U N N DR. JOHN P. BECKER OPTOMETRIST BAKER AND CONFECTIONER ROOFING, GUTTERING AND SPOUTING ROOFS REPAIRED AND 323 W. JEFFERSON FURNACES REPAIRED ESTIMATES PAINTED Under new management, with pre-wa- r CHEERFULLY GrVEN PHONE CITY 2584 prices. Give us a trial. 800 WEST BROADWAY Soft Drinks and Hoi Lunch. The Best in &e City 2106 PORTLAND AVE. D'op in and Get Acquainted Phone Shawnee 1416 r- - NATIONAL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION CO. Incorporated GENERAL CONTRACTORS 54-8- 8 BOARD OF TRADE BIHLDING LOUISVILLB, KY. J. B. Ohllgschlager, President A. 3. OhUgsehlagcr, HOME PHONE, OITT SE29 Secretary AL STEBLER, Prop. For Quality nntl Quantity Call CAFE INTERURBAH City 3141 or "West Main 317 West Liberty Nixt To Inttrurban Station Ky. Lump W.Va. Itiver Lump $.77C Harlan Lump $7.75 721 $0.25 Lepping Coal Company Second and' Water. BETTER SHOES FOR LESS MONEY y X. A. Oi. bur rhoae, City 706Sa. Home All Xrayp KRAPP'S MEAT MARKET vfeida of IbuIhI 2Kt ,AT JMKFaRgQN BTRBBT SPALDING SHOE CO. Out ol the High Rent District EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. Open EreHlHge Until Niae O'clock UPHOLSTERING, CARL STOLL, Window lUX, Wfeolwtale and Retail TSAX AXB 3UUN It O; A. KOERNER & CO. PKXKAL CONTRACTORS OFFICE AND YARD: FLOYD AXD "BUJUTOCT LOU18VILLB, STRmKTi KT. Shades, Curtaia Handera. Cleaning OH Shades. 01m aa Werks 846 K. St. CatlMt-teePhoe 9W , CREAM Practice limited to diagnosing and correcting defects of Eyesight St. Stanislaus iCollege of Macon, by the fitting of proper glasses. 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET HOSIE PHONE, CITY 0674 Oa the novitiate of the Society of 71 SUITE 310 STARKS BLDG. Jesus for the province ot New OrShawnee 1175 J. W. BUCHANAN, Manager West 1175 to the ground 1 Third Floor ROACH & SKELTON. leans, a was burned Retail Yards onethird COR. loss of with FOURTH AND of which is covered by insurance. CLAY COUNTY COAL COMPANY WALNUT STREETS JNO. P. .MORTON & CO. The Are started early in tho evenIncorporated Home Phone, City 1180 ing on tho top floor of the college EASTERN KENTUCKY INCORPORATED BLUE GEM when most of the students HOURS 9 A. M. TO 6 P. M. OR a FAMOUS HORSE CREEK CO; Loolsrlli, & at time stabllabed 1820 In the lower porand priests were BY APPOINTMENT juries: lUnvi, iarus: .uui anu uievcianu Ave. tion of tho building. Rev. James OFFICB OUTFTTTEBS ' PJFUNTBH De Potter, S. J., President of the t iTATIONEItfi college, and ReV. William A. Meri Ka Phone, City 4300 Vf 0. METAL Cumb. Phone, Main 8580-- i wether, 6. J., 8S years at age, bareIncorporated W, Father ly escaped the flames. F. F. Valinoti Electric Co. Meriwether had hardly been led Joseph Hubbuch Sr. & Son GALVANIZED UtON CORNICES AND "Wc Use tho Golden Halo" from the third floor when the floor - tollapsed. are aboveREPAIR1NC 913 WEST MARKET STREB1' flN, SLATE AND TILE ROOFING , Dealers In circulating a petition ttrglng the City 4782 642 EAST ST. CATHERINE ST. Jesuit Fathers to rebuild on the old WALL PAPER AND RUGS INDUSTRIAL LIGnT AND POWER site. It Is probable that this will INSTALLATIONS, RESIDENCE FALLS CITY HALL BLDG.. done. be WIRING, FIXTURES, LAMPS ECKERLE DRUG COMPANY Tho college building was erected 8 WEST MARKET ST. AND REPAIRS In the seventies at a cost ot $150,-00EVERYTHING OUT RATE ALL THE TIME tit was five- stories In hoight FLOYD AND MARKET loLOUISA OYSTERS with a tower in the centor, and KY. SHORT ORDERS Both Phonea cated in the residential section of HART'S LUNCH ROOM Macon on a tract ot land of ver AND CHILE PARLOR a hundred acres. It was ono ot the lArk Salea, Pres. Braiding Beading show places of the Georgia city. j. v. jocodi, sec. ana Tre&s. 070 South Sixth Street.. Beaked Bags Repaired Hall Sctatifltityr TmM Ispwtti tftd Abwml L. GRAUMAN & CO. Twenty Steps from Broadway aEFFERSONVILLE. Russell Service Shoppe Incorporated EDW. HART, Prop. Z. Lltsey Dr. Uriah 9tf 307-- 8 Boston Building Joffensonville Council, Knights o!f FINE PIES AND GOOD COFFEE Deoleri la All Xlsda of Offloa aaA ChiropedlBt Columbus, had a. very successful InStore nztnres, Bate; Caih Hegiw Xelllo Russell, Manager. Phone City 5077 ten, Show Caaei, Coanter. itiation, conferring tho three1 degrcefc 507 ShelTlnar, Ste. candion a class ot .twenty-thre-e Starka Home Phone, City 7804 Both Phones 2406 dates. Members and candidates atlfaUdiBft S10 W$ST MAIK STKEET Cumb. Phone, West 412-tended h'tgh mass at St Augustine's Both Pbo.-vHome Phone, City 1888 church at 10 o?clock, Father Michael REUTLINGER & CO. & HalpJn bolng tho celebrant. Re 8MB POOLEY FOR MONHY. Home Phone, Shawnea 803 Adolph ReatllBger turning to St. Augustlne'0 Auditori Loans t those having regular um, tho initiatory exercises occuFIRE INSURANCE or salary, .with no 'publicity HENRY GOSS pied the afternoon until the hour for AND r red tape. Loans to housekeeper? banquet, at which tho spoalcors the TORNADO, LIABTLITY AND. ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING w their personal security. 1300 WEST MARKET STREET wore Attorneys Lcto Sandmann and PLATE GLASS ' Joseph Conjdlng, of Loutevillo; Rov. Tla Roofs Repaired and Painted F. B. POOLEY, Residence Phone Shawnee 12 128 SOUTH THIRD STREBT Dlomedo Pohlkamp, O, F. M and AJjpnait Shingle a Speeelalcy T Sam 1, Courier-JournBulldlac Roy. John J. Doyle, Rev. Father U01110 Phone City 3820 SOU WEST BROADWAY 41B 8. Fewth BtnM't. Halpln presided as toastmasiter, and Hcrm Perfect Eaneva Cigar his Introductions werei happy and Schroer'g Spoken Most Attractive Restaurant Near GLOBE SSCURITY A LOAX O Home Phone, Parkway 50 arrfiised "much enthusiasm. MisseB Union Station. (UNIQN MADE) Lynch and Margaret Coylfl Cumb. Phone, South 923S-- J IneoryamU. Catherine were the soloists. Grand Knight A. IMr, Maatr Home Phone, City 6041 FRED WARNS, Charles Wdllia and Matthew Geo. Waidlein Meaey AdTtmeed cm Year FIta BoIsji, James L. Leonard, John J PRESORDPTION DRUGGIST SCHROER BROS. 81S W Jeersoa 84tm DetwL, James Dixon: Atertln Poff Pastries a Specialty. Delkiow TAYLOR AND BERRY BLVDS. CbarlM O.BrieG were1 In charge MaRHfacttirers of FINE CIGAR moI and 641 EAST JHFFSRSON 8TXBBT TELEPHONE YOUR DRUG WANT! Hmm PImm aty 2S7. 17 AVt Broadway, liOiilHvlHo of the xcUeat progmmme BLUEGRASS CAFETERIA IOE A i ,K. SHEET is. -- 1126-113- 0. - Hemstitching Pleating Buttons - ,;.i! CORNS,BUNIONS IL W e Sons Frank Hariman HOUSE PAINTERS DECORATORS 2- -J al Restaurant Nns. JR. ntt Flr) ,, 1 wyaMi mfiii w. i. 'i.nj mi wi iii upwfr ',"' ,,y ,'" ,r" I.;1,',! in F" ;' "" " "" I R&CON ;i v-o--AboR.. 8 SON W CBiiini J - ji', ...Ta,,,! .,,,..&, .. jFr,:- - '' "' , - "--- :'"-" ",v ' 1 .ffTJ .fl ...aaaF'"',,sJj'.'." '' vyf1 y '", .,. j..... . - . '' r .Ma Places, mlouisvifc : i AeCUMULATING;by usilglie investment stamp. IA Owiviik(t and Difiiilkd Mthd Household Tfce. ROYSl TIT fwtL "r Rfurmfntn:D!rfed - ,- -t oktskadingr featuree of this; method are its. con- 1, Vaiace im:makif ' piirchaaos jdthout kny- conkiderahlo outlay of casiu Th adVaitae. of buyiaff oh the Club Plan during: our Various sales ATSALEPBIOEJKi Whatever is the price of the groods tota'.cash or a ;chargei customer, that is also the price to a HousehaW Glut? Plai customer: There is positively no ad- - ivance. There are, no 'confidential arrangements." It is conducted an. an open basis vftth a fixed schedule ot rates. The first payments and the monthly payments are the same to all. fc2? iy Surety Coupons Are Given to Club Plan Customers OPEN FOR BUSINESS NEW CASH DEPARTMENT STORE ce pian is .iikcu oy many people, iossiony you ao n6t know that the Louisville Gas and Electric Qompany Investment l Stamps can J?e .piftchased jat, many., stores We are offering you these Suits t- and shops in Louisville in addition to our, office; at a very special price, just jto adver--ii tise our Boys' Department. These I THIS STAMP PLAN provides a very Simple and Suits are made of good woolenmate convettient method for laying by a few dollars a month. The stamps may becashed for their full value at any iiished. ', W time or converted intbkthe cjDmpahy'js securities. They THE SPECIAL PRICE earn interest" for the purchaser Trorn thd time he buys I each stamp. INVESTMENT BjEPARTME NT' eeeeeeeeeeeeeeee0eeeetgeeteeep" i Louisyille Oas & EIetKie Comi(any Where the Quictteal Comes In piu j ; i 4 w ' ! j ! 1 IS-N- r ''A- ; $10 Yji '. . . ,. Incorporated In Kentucky.- Wbmea's And, Children's Ready to Wear. Men's "Furnishings and-Tiein store are fresn Goodi b, in correct"$tylo9.and serviceable quahtieSyAII articl and new. Our foncy uuy xor.casn.'sen tercasn, smau overneaa, imau mar- gin and' utmost value, j Eighty-tbfe- 311 West Chestnut Street. v i f Wke the brightest Where hoaa s la U Where llshtMtt tlw work 8dS werh.la i OUTLET CASH DEPARTMENT STORE 320 WEST TElfFERSOK STREET e Years of Consistent Returns ;To Investors !P" L the,. is cooked beat; Where the rHfe, etaada the UH -where Tht Meal" the "QflJck Where- - al Where eookfate; aseaw real fa ft . Where baktaa; auras' ia llghtj Where drtc Ii Mat ' alht - Western Kentucky Lump COAL 7-.- leave I !pou oirorA. flVe Amer-ffca- n -v- Mine Run. , . , . .HPPl3 ;Eastern Kentucky dj7 7 Lump.. . . , TERMS OAJSH i1.! Western Kentucky (fr 7C ..?' . . Passlonlst iPathdrs ilelt St. IMidhael ,Monaeery, "Vyest Hohoketf,, to talco up n'or.k .lln, bi mlaeion- Mdf or unina. iney a,rv uieT. l'aiaera. delosttoe Roddari, 'ofj JlandHp,h, Mass:, Superior-xy- t Ue b&nd: Agatho Purtiu, ot west 'Hiaboken, N ,!.; ullins; ot Aiheasv 'Pa.'; Flavian Raphael Vanco, ot Philadelphia, antf Timothy McBemwt,, ot: Bltts Ijmprearite. cereinollis ip bufgh. connection with the ,learir- ot the mission band, rferc lield at the - I.ast Sun'day evening WALNUT 5E1ER - Qiek MMifiltlRkiits Sold, lastalled au4 Ull ly hi "Qakk hfeal" That'a where mii wamm ' & SON, - w. ..Jgrf Reewndd ST I ' iv r x THE NAM KENTUCKY & INDIANA DAIRIES COMPANY MEANS, 4w JT. "( he-CtUtomer OF - CLASS' PICTURES HtGHGOOD MUSIC. PURE, PASTEURIZED MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS BUTTER A SPECIALTY Will Know- That You Watch Hla interests If You. Sell " ,, ..' K. AND I. PRODUCTS j, .l t - 4 I i - V -- FOB? SALE AT ALL GROCERS KENTUCKY AND IND3ANA DAIRIES CO. jncorpprated 5r-- r ,T X- '.-u- a, - & a ' . . r - yif , i 'is . Bauer " v- - Tf 3Se Ice r and Coal Co. 1 & B." ' . ReiV, el)J-an- Bishop OCJonmvr of tTeTarjk, presided at the cerefojiV as cel- t ot solemn compikie.follawad. Rev.. -- BisTiop Utbi Right . s Phones City 1920 and 1040 . Fgjirteenth ..soutii 34a. John J Dunn-, Auxiliary, o New yrlc.' who . ior the Jast Seventeen yeari Jiai jlireoted th Aiat79 'AJO. ViiU SRHPOTE ' . rs JACKSON AND FEHR AVENUE 5:3; T ..both pgONBa.itaa- sfrl SHINGLES 7VTHES FLOORDTa , f r '.'ilttS and OcutSy-a Hr'opagatlph Arcnaioceeo ot ao on of .thife r &VVlJ9k3 pjaiite orac, grecnea t!V',Pas-ROBER- .fi. 1U1. stfee- - . GAS FITTING AND SEWERAGE .''u J E. SCHULER PLUMBING ! 234 V! W. Hasrki. TWO'STORES 235-39;- Jefferson 4 r X ! 'oeee' . ia.riy a owiury P&'doQ9:aJe go- Repair; Work Promptly Attended Ts i"6 "' Ul"aa " worn. itom, uu 1,009 MARY STREET country wbich hut from America, i years after the deaftipt of T the Cros, theJr fu'er;.v re. InvAear to .ako a onJsta , foundation 'An the flits'.' of Takla. Al the time the tnvltatiow cpukL'not he;. ixow, uvceiueu.' and. a half, la.tor. It 1$ ..worthy tfct,, nteS&jBaul nv( Fdr :EVefyMerhberv tW of the family at ! ta e a. B;eklax!&jr Bzaask Tar ask flhrMck, Xga a M. NUfc. FRED FEIGE& SON 431 E. MARKET ST. Drs. Harrison and Strassburg W Make a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. Wo Use All Modern Appliances in the Elimination of Pain. . . EURNITURE XMAS tflFTS AT MODERATE PRICES Home Shaw. 105 Cumb. West eign missionary .295 F0R " SIMON cut y A AT 819 PONTRICH .od Greemwood. Bxtra,-'Lauto- :r jloji, a W FRIENDS GIvjBjnOWfif. FREIX ERHART ARCHITECT Norton building 11 Corner Fourth and Jefferson 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET" Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. . FLORIST r lower. Uetiens, riants Tweaty-cight- !, ,4fh'. areAtlie.Dattem. .. that we ."l'o M(Vrt ''ktWBiff Htar.o.. practical-- and pomfortablo, asrU'as season. this vf a 'rtll AUU IraU UVQ4 UUL',II(D aolAtlnn "; T?TTt3rTTTTT W OVOV"WW Vft( M...4 IVUn. V11 Ww are-sowl- aftradtlva Jn CkD4 MO-- desijn. If9 at au to snow you, wueiner TSL. iF. Market Street. IMYOERI 413 Wast yu nuy 9 Tin ok npi. 'S??1?.1? vmmvw..'Vfc 5Iace early 4n4. JtoHaiy, inyited were M&d&mM iNMglaa r,lMaaili Wlllhme T?iVmyui4f JaKJJ TlTiTlll isa Maude , Emriy was" hoatese at a .miScellanieoiW .9owo.r at 'her homo dn Shawnoa Toraee;, gjven in win, wapso uimor pt iU'iss Jjqcuae: wn.(.iWiwii! N. W. Muhertt'ie. -- marrtiuw..- ?:. .r. ' 21 Phone Cily 4503 Phono City ( 4 COS H WfteC i . ,$m JOHN B.WRATTERMAN (IRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. .SMITH, PROP. - Hftll, TTA,.AH iiucif HAS HfniHfft iuaiy TU11I nlAftWne,' TAcbe" - V1t ITn iwijfT7i FUNERAL DIRECTOR v CLEANING -- grinia Moore, Cl&rajlieachmair,. Qe(- - 21 14 WEST MARKET STREET t,rude .Bryecj Selmi- ICrimm, HeleiiJ ?iiones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland fWeet, 1179. WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR gare-- t Htcniardison, JPrahcee siatffi,' WHOLE WHEAT BREAD Rfwy Oatbertoe Kemlt, Mae' JSeally.l Be&trico on,- ut 9Bn mi 4o AovsnTii nsd 7oretta CassfLln Mrka Schneider. Schneider, ' 'Inez 9cftjtt4tt, Our Owb Make reanut Better PHONES Ea.t 2075- -.- L Cty 1C71 -,. EAST.j. PftOAPWAT, - Funeral Director and Embalmer t ..-. OF- .'Early giuwiay monWg Mrll'Hy,; 'Manufacturerr of the Celebrated p'ComioV ared .eMghtyottr, iwMV i Telephone 1022 Brand ot, Ghrilstooher O'Cdijner, :paedilo' eternal "NONBeTJOH" at Ihe lSom ivr JMal With Minor Repairs Free Saves Buying. ErdhoiJee, 1519 lWeC ;Broawar, HemJay, Cort Flesr, Mrs. pponnor iw.JiigMy, beUsjmd Ruks Swiss Gleaned or-- Shampooed. Heal, Grlte, esteemed HAftfflLY BROSSHOE STORES yeinfj leads arid pleases, All Kinds of Footwear For the chaWty worker. .Sf4 JeaVes, a lar TLOYD iAND BLOOM JTRBHTI rumiber ot friend isid. relatives to Wele JPaaaJly,'', y , oW '3069; South 286 r mourn her idoath. Hap ilweral-ioot$vio HAMBLY'S. Stores frpm Sered' CATHOLIO-ORPHASOCIBT3C N SMtli and PorUaHd Shaw. 1718 City 7164 OXJonnor solemn r 18lh ana Magazine lanOOO South Si?tJ , OirW617 SomthS'jiurtk.' partebJ brancheR o quiem niase, fltomarrow- the t Society will t the Oatholle Orphan Ij'rAGS FOR 'SCHOOLS. ejection-- when; hold their annual Bisiiop TruMes and officers for the comim? AjDprQxim&tely four- hundred and year wj'tl be .hoten, Qn the flret. Right Rev. J. J. Kvan. Linton ,ot. nna? namisomo kiik. American nag Sunday in Jauufry the Board, of Alon, XHjAXiJLO RIVER EOAD E. n4 preeented to perochlal schooje le Ao ceiebnfce t'he nftit' will meet and elect offlee tjbaC by1 tbe Anwrlcan iEgion. the past hie olntkw. $7.00 Trustees Central Society, yho aba anainrerejitry KentuekyTiUrapw.....i..... JBbrB Ma8tem jLveupKOKy lsiecx. . '. ........ prlaetbood oh. "Pecerrfbe? , ,., v. . v .ou for the & 3 week. A fftaft and' stand aeeom ras gamime their duties at onee pnted each flag eo dhat t all tlme r . ... . (1.95 iend niock Xnmp.N ..,,,..... . f... . .. .........,.... . . .... ... w;.. ....... ;....'. . .:..... able.)pr,ete oeeupy a prominent place 6.7f iond XSleelc there Viil ijfe.no wmaj! tbey WOMRV jPLAC SANTA. ...,,,. 4.2R IMamond Block Nut iKd gfle Jc.y. , , . commrirt!ion' of tl evenit. 'B.Whoj k jthe cjjK room. This was in if . pinGlnijftW, Dia&bled exildlen; ht folir IhwoMbJh Alton diooeae .aiixie'llSSSvHis la. Will be presented orfth ChrWwiae aiONTDAL. QFFJCERSI pAckae by the Jeffewon County known; tu': reatla, :huu 00a, prwrfins .War "Mothera. Mrg.w. it. aamm to Th .Mondlrt), h8 eieeted dtttetlr ily secur IJAve a 1kHialer of second mortgage freeWent of the Wr Motkr,tlia iluti.fo ajidanend bpti iS prtaetly .Mb Maura, tim In ta ronowmg. omoer.Bon toe comw cWrKe ot arreniretnen'te. eeetated by VhuhlwulMU at a suiiietent aiscouup to wmroa very ai My,, ; .Tnd TierjaMb,r$at Ima rear: T. D. Haoin. Pfeaident: C. J. lavajeHt. If" Mre. ,Alt)ert, Skein, General Chair TAkPXON AUBUOHON, Pm, men wi UJuurwa 01 toe Me.no a. uuTrtber' pf TelaiffniKiaivrht aettftrteotferger, i5 President; J. MAJUOIT B. TAYLOR BJUX3. Qi 8Hrn, SeetaTy: C.. Ii. Bpwlea, Hoapttal Committee; Mm. H. JT, City 3M0 Mitin 1S8J rait. .V fjiiTERa(x iBLLA ' fljwkaati Man ' .iMoutdai flat OhaVrman for Haselwood San iijji mjii, iiim m '" iiiiiii haa 'juir com- "., tMreolor. .' H Mortum, ind Mr., p. yr. ;Dyei "Dr. Irytin' AbjH ibfrinK a addrees th Weted a, ueeaaafnl Oimimik&tot 'frayefty 'HiMa Mr dfaited AriiMn TtofcelH haapbaAl' team thai ,w nUtn at AiLkA. eanir add Teeeday. HtWr 80. oirw twice and captured fixwL irndb imJs yrid 1 ialia,vta Vhe aoMtoia oa Kwirtrta era toiora--iae""Qma- a .ttf at Saiihtrr, .hkh:ji vowial TluMtlBaaTio la the m maitovtym mtm Very, fntrttng- out rnu on f y. TWaelnfc? 87. and t tbe HOME PHOHB 2$2S tirorld also teen. rr iarininBt ftw Hoa-- n oember 8 Thioae at t n apes aautavaa trhleh all thf rouoE plrl will, aiao set 'nreaeote end be invltfai. meetta re ' eaottoa of thwer;,-vLOtJIIVIUJ JfV. Chrietmae cheer BJlOAp WA Y. ?,H "!. LOUIsVlIiLE OEREAIi Ineorporated ' MTLL CO, fffiS1' ,- vVj H0SSES0N 9. I Funeral Directors . BOTH PHONES 810. : amaaiifniatiaiiiaaaiat'icatagBaiHltM I"!' SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. !'! ! . ' . !N'S. .SUITS- and Enibalmers. Ht i ft 1 f IC"t i " "H W-I-- '4 1 rt OOOB. BHOADWA DOUGHERTY "4 McELLIOTC 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, SWISS GLEANERS AND DYERS Y ple'eaynioofcir; celeh-ra-tingtth- f Funeral Directors and Embaimers ' ,, ' S. O. T... .OQ','0O. Sa6 . CHmb. Mala , nyaX'IBK " , 2098" 1 BOTH PHONBS. a. v t4-H"- l HOMiS Vlli PHONES - HWMKMHmn Home City 3D OS 1 '! ft i 4. ......... ;'re WWmWWWWWVWWWWMWWMHHiWiHW CUMBERLAND MAIN. , 1 Witt.--.'.w- ,...... w-U-l " " J. J. BARRETT'S SONS . FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. i ty 1 372.y i v " ."' A GOOD INVEStNffeNT - I '''" wj.vk -- r. ava.W I. . Ar-b- 822 East JVXoJjct 1xrmmib ,p(', VVVV1VWVttiVWVW liiwlwaHMBr MASON teKefe . ilj, ih B V-- f Xk-ualA- 1 yrr a. Maaa iMiajKt' stKi V s' ;' . 'tte ' nVM-M- Crf1 1aJB-ireaittaI- Ilej8B , - tWRW -- 1. ajlaf apfi;. , X. D. . 1 1W..&lMi4'k. BlX 1.M J 17m.1. M.1. 11V' .. 'fan LOfiMyiuA. s, ffir. . .i,jiUm&ii . w. te.Aj L,11