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LOUISVILLE, SATimiAt; DECEMBER 17, 1921. 

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PRICE FIVE CENTS. 



lileut. Gov. BalUrd'h rerformance 
typical o( So^Wled N«fPar. 
tiMM O. O. P. 



Mayor PrMeat* Highest Tax 

Rate te HUtory For MMMay 
Pnweat. 



As tb« 0Mton of tbe Kentucky 
Legialatuire draws nearer la plain 
to «m7 obaerver that the 8t«.te Re- 
puMkatL machine is in a bad way 

and the State Wdfi^ are Car from 
tbe oocky eet around h^re two jrwa" 
a«o. Then "Howdy Ed" Wta to M»« 
bey day of hie jwpularity and Bur- 
ton, reoegade Democratic Senator. 
w«s lined up with the Hepublican 
machine. Now the Republican ma- 
chine «pu,Uer« a Mttle nboiit faotione 
In the rxjfliocratlc ranks, which is a 
aign of viRor in tlio whito man's 
paxly, but just can not arouise any 
Interest in (J. O. P. SUte allalni. The 
Republican p*nty In Kenttwky ts 
tVootiu'd for years to coma, aad no 
one knows that better than tha Re- 
!)iihlioen leaders outalde Louia- 
vllle. And these same lea dieni at- 
jIMjiP^ that fact to two causes — 
^IPR^ntforrow'a adminiirtration and 
-ae" Searcy-CMlton machina Iq. Lon- 
IffWeu fhose State Rspgtitlean 
laadam are outspoken in saythiff that 
the nrnchlne'a tn forcing a Ockat 
nn the T popla here thPooKh the aid 
of 11 soH.l phalanx of 27,000 ne?r«o 
voters makes the majority of white 
voters In the State rally to tlip Dem- 
ocnutlc standard. All agree that the 
asarcy-^h+Kon machine In Lonle- 
▼tae. while injurious to thla etty, 
\8 the l r'm Kratic paTt^'a bisgwt 
a/weit in the State. 

One pleasing feature to I ouls:ville 
Democrats i.s the fact that the Dem- 
ocratic maJ.orlly in the Senate will 
put a ilaniper on the perfoirmancee 
of S. Thruston Ballard, the Repub- 
lican Lieutenant Ooremor, who per- 
t' rmed In the last session )ifke the 
leAksat vaKtaaa ImagiiMMa. • 'Ba4- 
lard was touted and adnrerUaed aa 
mto," "th« noo- 




^^tbe big bU4M9 
paitisaii cttUsMi," «(«., asd w« irere 
told by the RapoMtean organs tbat 
be would aet so that an otMsnrer 
wouldn't be able -to dMln«aJSI» his 
poUrUoat lafflllaMon, Juat as soon as 
BoTton's treacbary to the Demo- 
crats became an aceonvptished fact 
BaUard dropped the non-partisan 
mask, asenmed the whip hand and 
voted wHth the Repuhllcaii machine 
on any and every measure tha/t 
would embarra.'N.'. or liurt the Demo- 
cratic party It was IJout. Gov. 
Itallard's \»tf. .is i iesi Hng offlrer 
of the Senate, that alH 1lslie l the 
rejristriitlon I'ertiftcale, whicli Rave 
fr*-*' r«M(tn to nogii  reneater  In vHy 
elections. The 27.000 negro v.-yte 
In IvoulsvHle was made posRihlc by 
Batland's vote, more neprroe^ being 
reglatnred bera than tli« UnHed 
Stataa oaosus or the OUy Direotory 
show. SaUard's deciding vote made 
H ImpnmrtMa to keep a ebeok on the 
tbousamda off negro cnwka and ttkuge 
who votadi in different a we tl o n fc of 
the city. 

Following the big Democratic 
gathertaMg recently a group t/t close 
poiUtical observers were- discussing 
the case of Lieuit. Gov. Ballard, and 
U was the oons^nsus of opinion thait 
when you see a man of his type 
pointed *)ut as a hiRh-olass non- 
partisan Ucipublican, to look ou^t for 
him when the test comes. Often we 
haar the reruiirk made that "ao-iand- 
Bo is a Uepublicau in national pol- 
itics, but in State and city efTairfi 
be vote.s for the man. regar(Ile«5s of 
politico." That is bunk, pure and 
simple. As in liallani's case, they 
travai along until given the oppor- 
tnnSty and th«y will perform for the 
Republican machine or party Just 
Ifke any Tenth ward pcfliiticiaQ. They 
are non-ipartiaan unitil (he oppor- 
tunity arKlvaa. Tak* the ease of the 
gentlemep who compos c ift ttta loeal 
Rcpublloan Campaign OommMtm in 
the recent etooUoa. They were men 
Of the htghest type but they atgnea 
their names to a foul nnd Wtter 
prejudiced attack on the living and 
dead. WHIilam Heyburn, ex-CMonr. 
Willaon, Frank B. Russell, C. C. 
Mengel, C. C. Rtoll. Judge Arthur 
I'eter. Arthur* I). Allen, Henry O. 
Knadler, H. nernheini. Tharles O. 

iildleton. Uicliard M Hean and 
others of that tyiie sliowwl that they 



BmiA,jM6ird of Works, tfnttf^ of 
8aitM||Mt4 rep'resentatlvea of every 

bodj»™r intetitutlon were used to 
make It af»p«ar that the ta.v rate wa.1 
none of Quin's making, but wa.s tlie 
popular selection of the p  ople. All 
of those preeent at Quln'a little 
Ka I tiering wanted' more money for 
their jiartlcular board or eniferprise, 
and when the Ma -or asked tor bui?- 
pastions as to' a possible tax rate 
they all fell in with his i)et srcheme 
of trying to make It ap| ear that tiie 
I public ua. t fixing the oxiH-bHatit' 
rat"'. All of those present were con- 
nected wi.th till- (Juin admlnietratwin 
in one way or another, and despite 
llio Mayor's |m)UUoaI subterfuge tike 
tox rate will beiNiia's tax rate awl 
Ilia ateinistKlflH 'aiMt -bear the 

^^iusfc 

Just MitMKtH above. wUh weigee, 
rents, mPIB^ of food, ohxtbes andl 
going down there Is 
^;htegt excnae In the world 
4ncre«i8e in taxes, Tberk 
been a reduction ia- 
Iif Mayor Quia Is the goodjr- 
mnn his supporters picture 
he wIM out the useless expendl- 
r«e and waste all around him and 
thus mif ke It unceicesaary to further 
gouge the taxpayers. To be^n 
with, he can cut fifty men off the 
preseni^ incompetent Keystone police 
dei artraenjt, w'hich would mean a 
savinR of $7.'{.000 a j-ear. The pres- 
ent police department Is a burden 
and  1rap to the taxpa.vers. The 
force is comiK)#e(I principally of a 
lot of hill b'llles who haven't the 
slightest qualiflc itIon for a police^ 
offlcpr. and the reign of burglaries 
and crime In Ijouisville prove that. 
These "yap" cops do not e en make 
po« lN day or night, ai* ciliz*^!* know 
who rememlHT way l)a -k wl»ei» we 
had reai police. In other days the 
average resident kneir^hMt the po- 
lice on his beat made WMrt* oer- 
Uin bonra and in an emergency 
knew where to locate one. The Kay- 
stoners do not make po^a, but in 
lieu ride wildly aU  Nrer towui in 
"fllwern." 'mien nM. Making poats 
the "flhrveirt" are used to carry Cbe 
offloers' ICa)nlli«H aibont or to do tbelr 
faintly ^nark«tln g. No wonder ttie 
tax rate ttti { be hlgii. OaaollBe and 
"Hiwer" riding eooMNi Ugh. 

Speaking of the po14oe making 
nosts, does anytone believe the 
Beelen-L angen pofcbery would hare 
happened ff the Keystoners made 
poats? Here was a $6,000 robbery 
in a big Fourth avenue show wln- 
d  w eurrounded by many plitterlng 
ertertrlc ligbilB, the strippinc of that 
window taking much time an i jwins. 
yet not a policeman came lhat way. 
For the paM year crooks liave had 
easy picking on Fourth stri^et. and 
for a while las.t spring a safe was 
blown every Sunday on that thor- 
oughcPare. And the Keystoners 
haven't even a cina. Aifter each af- 

tike thetBmtia fdbbery the a^'f 
minietratlOB triaa oamoufla«e. It 
used to be Col. Petty wouU tadle 
out a lot Of "bull" nbout the splen- 
dM Keyistoae police band. Now 
Prof.. fUkgedlale telile about the study 
of psychology and physiology in the 
police acheol. ThM week we were 
told, In preas ageot strie how- the 
oigSiit watchmen were going to be 
made into regular Kagretoners with 
Inetruc-tions from the present police 
depart liii at officials. That's rich. 
Isn't it'? The plan Is to have the 
night watchmen do the work of the 
police department and prevent rol:- 
hprles like the Besten-Langen affair, 
Atiotiher good ex(us ' for Quin to 
drop about firi  of tlie pie.seiU police 
di'.partmenl ancf save gouging the 
taxpayers. .Viiother saving wouJd be 
to drop the police band, the police 
school, a dozen or two ot the police 
"flivvera," The last ttem would 
mean much, as the "fll-wers" and 
police patrols are cooMantly being 
wrecked by the Keystone dMvers. 

Aside from Quin's economic 
promises the voters were told of 
his Sunday-school and church 
propensities. If this is true the 
Mayor needs to introduce some re- 
fc^rin methods among his police 
and firemen. Hardly a day passes 
but there Is a scandal In the di- 
vorce courts Involving a policeman 
or fireman, three higher police oCfl- 
cluls being connected with immoral 
divorce cases the last few months. 
This past week a police sStveant, 
a married man, was mixed in a 
divorce scandal, and this same eer- 
geant. who hasn't been in long from 
the "sticks," distinguished himself In 
another way some time ago. As 
agent for the Menace, a niudgutter 
A. IV A. publication, this new- 
comer in' the city attempted to cre- 
ate religious prejudice between 
men and women, citizens and neigh- 
bors who had lived here all tbelr 
lif«- K*M p thi.s item in mind and 
..I I' if QuIn will t-alce stronger action 
lhi«n Col, Petty, the latter l eing 
told three years ago of this "dls- 
turl er" circulating un-Americsn lit- 
erature and using Central Police 



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HAS IRELAND'S DREAiVl COMB TRUE? 



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for the Republican ticket anyhow, 
said as nwch as ft dared to." 



AiDBD ran KtaODV. 



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After a struggle lasting over seven hundred yMrg Erin sc«g 
promise of peace and liberty ia hfr domain. 



TORCH ON LOUISVILLE ELECTION, 



Condemned by Pair Minded Citizens, the Local Republican Machino Ag   
^ TlM»^T«rd|MMi''Alilbi''F«IteC4P|m|»tibl«C^ 



Circttlatat 



Through the 8t Vincent de Paul 
Society the sieflt and needy of Louis- 
ville received during the yeeir Uj^ 
proaolmateiy $10,000 in food, shelter, 
clofhlng and medJcel aid, ajccord'lng 
to the annnel reports read Sunday 
at the organization's quarterJy mieet- 
In^r at Knights of Colunihus Hall. 
Reiports from twemiiy coniferences 
throughout the cHy showed that SS,"! 
peraone received aid during the 
year; 2,152 -viWlts were made to the 
tkomes of neediy persons; 1,204 -vis- 
It* weire made to hospliials and sim- 
ll.xr in«tltutlon«: eniployinfvnt waa 
found for 166 persons and 250 per- 
sona were placed on the society's 
rcffief roll. The amount spent for 
relief work In the olty, besides 
money Iniveeted In olotbfng and food, 
totaled 19,676.82. In a ^tIon the 
society contrlbuOsd $1,802.19 to (be 
Aruaaiaa, Aostniaa; and QsmiB 
cMldren and IriaU rsHaf ftrnds; The 
total a^anse ot tbn twvntjr eooiteii^ 
encea WM Ma than one per osot of 
the anaant ot mooer mad la the 
wwk. 

rr\*0 money raiead waa dbtaiaed by 

voluntary subscrlpMoas of wmikera 

and eympathlaens. The Reiv. Dlo- 
mede Pohlkamp, pastor of St. Jo- 
sevih's Catholic church, and a mem- 
ber of the Board of Direelors of the 
A.seociAted Charities. dielivered an 
e1io iu ^nt and forceiful addrasis. com- 
mending the work. John A. Doyle 
presided at the nveetlng and received 
many new memberf nto the society, 
the gpp(ate»t char' v c iranization io 
the Cathol'c church, which dispenses 
its relief reiairdOess ot race, ai o ed or 
color. 



Tnmty Asreed Fpen IsMt Week «ow 
Pendtac Before the Tmtt - 
Psriiaiaents. 



President IK- X'alera Says That IrMk 
-Deievatt^ Excerded ntelr 
Powa^^ - , - ^ 



Coagratolatofy Oablegraas 
From Kentucky ti  lA^aders 
la ttail Breann. 



VOTE8 TO BE TAKEN THl^iUinAT 



FATHER DRI'M PAHSKH, 



P-'.v. Father Walter Drum, S, J. 
professor ot floripture a( WeodatMik 
OoUage Bear Balttmow, whio d-led 
Satwdar laorai ig , naa a flathe 9t 
LootevWg. J B* waa best, at Taylor 
Bairacldfc.Loel B d a i, gg p fc ndm - ll. 
18T«. Hia SfM, tb* late Oapt 
John Driim, at laaidme ma aidde- 
camp to Major Geo. PUUp 8t. 
Oeorge OOMce, V)tXtmr DfMk'g early 
ednoatlca was dbMwA a« Crootter 
armv post schools, Latw he at- 
tended Jasnlt colleges at Laa Vegas, 
N. M.. Milwaukee and Buffalo. Tn 
1890 he was graduated from th« 
Jesuit OoHege at Boston. Besrtdes 
his mother, Mrs. Margaret Des- 
mond Drum, of Boston, Father 
Drum is survived by four brothers. 
Col. Hugh A, Drum. V.S. A.; John 
D. Drum, of Boston : Joseph C, 
Drum, Ot New York, and A. L. 
Oram, of OUoago. 



Mudfattor Organ From MiumaA Pinde LoaieriUe a PMrtiU Fidd With Aid off Machino 



to'Prowoto Strifo BoCwoon Nolghbors and Frionde. 



  ■KLl niR.*TK t'E.\Tl!:X.*RY. 



Ktatioii for hi^ distributing potat. 

Negro gambling games in the negro 
Tenderloin section were warned by 
the police officially this week to 
stop for the present. Who higher 
were not n(Hi pain «in and danced at ' "P those Instructions and did 

the cnack of Bia^i.^ Sfxiix v's whip Just | Mayor Quln take the tip from the 
like the little fl.sh Kepu1)li  ans. who Kentucky Irish American, wMch ad- 
are not reteried to and udveptisedi vised him to quit poMf^ooting 
as hWh-clase non imi li-ans, Jba with the Ministerial Aaaoelation 
.course of tlie IN-ntocratic majority and put the police to wofk. 
in the Henate and Legislature i * 
plain. Give np quarter and rout 
Ballaid asd his faDowers at the ont- 
set. • ^. ■■ 

Wtth wtiges and the^ prhsea  rf 
everything going down our newly 
elected Ma '«r cornea forward wiith 
a Jolt that will take the merry out 
of ctiPlstniias for the taxpayers. 
After a campaign in whioh he 
i le(lee l ocoaoniy aiwl good govem- 
!ij O'lin now lets it be known 
'dmlulsli\atluo will raise 
Lii ' i;   'e to the hdjihaalt known 

|n t 'e h'Htory of the c'iry And what oceas!on, Sunday. January 15, MoMt 
SBiOfjIh, polliic ii w.iy did "Quin; Rev. Archblfhop Hanry Moelter will 
ijp m'ln" use in uyln? to C8jmo\i- nontlfioate and Very Ken. RajTnond 
flap-' the taxpayeivi .'■nd leave hini Meagher, O. P., of New York, Do- 
in the pole or not being able* ttv do minlcan Provincial, will preach the 
otherwise. Park Bo&rd, I..iibrary sermon. 



The ceoitenary of the consecra- 
tion of Right Rev. Bdward Fenwiok, 
0- P', as first Bishop of Olnolnnatl. 
win be obserred at the Fen wick 
Club Jantwry 8, tibe celebration 
opening wtth a revnion of former 
renfd^ mdtadwni of the olnb. Jan- 
uary 18 will be "Clergy day," and 
Right Rev. Joseph Behremb, Bishop 
of Oie^ehind. will preach at the spe- 
cial sendce.-t in the chapp l on that 



SAYS THAT THE LOUISVILLE HERALD WENT AS FAR AS IT DARED 



The Torch on LouisvUile's Election . 

During the recent politictil  ain- 
paign the , Republ'ican Cbnipuign 
Oommittee injected the religious Ih- 
8ue pretty stroogly ind tSuouaands 
of oopiea of tbe Tor^, aa A. P. .A. 
pubUoatloiii, of Aurora, Mo., were 
-irircttlatad to earry on the nslivloua 
strife aUrted by tbo LiouiannUe 
Haimld. and fathered- hjr tdw Repvibli  
•an Ckxnunittee. The denouncement 
ot theoe foul and un-Ameitean tac- 
tics since the etocUoa by aien and 
women Of all creeda s ew as s to-BetUe 
the gentlemen ia control of the Re  
pobllcan party here and to remove 
that talnc the TorHi is being cir  
colated again in an attempt to ab- 
solve the Republican leaders and 
orgaa froin being at fault. The 
Torch la used to attack Dr. MulUns, 
former Altomiey Gene^ral Gurnett, 
Judge U. W. Bingham, the Courier- 
Journal. Tiniesi. Post and everyone 
who doe.H not approve of religious 
bigotrj-. The following are extracts 
taken verbatim from the Torch. 

"On Xoveinber S jMitriotic v^vtcrs 
of L ou!»vMle won the nio^t icniaik- 
able and decisive rlctor  ovi- Un- 
man lam yet reoordad in the history 
of that city. No lltUe credit is due 
the Torch." 

"The poUticai t^onvenllons held 
a tew weeka before election 'were in 
curious oontrast. The Den^ocrath; 
OMWeaUon oame first This real 
Democrats had done tbelr beat dar' 
Ing the Presidential rtatnpatgn , to 
Mean the local organisation, but 
without avafl. Col. Jim "Wiiallen 
had retired to the background, but 
redoubtable  M. P. H. Callahan, 
(•omewhat more reflned and Jeeuit- 
(cal in his methods, was looking 
after Rome's sectarian interests." 

"The KepubUcan oonveotloB nom- 
inated two Romanists and seventy- 
nine Americans of various religious 
afflfljation. It happened that of the 
Jewts and Protestant* wlio lujde up 
the greater part of that ticket forty- 
seven- ware membera of the Masonic 
order. One of the two Roouanists 
Is a dtvopoad member of that cult, 
so can not be eald to be ia good 
standing with the Papal nvooafchy 
and Its clerical administration." 

"The ensning csnvpaign was 
w«ged so bitterly by the old Demo- 
Roman maohlne that its bitterness 



opponents, but as apottotates and dragging .Masonry into politics was 



renogadea. Capt. Mike FlUxn, He- 
puWican Of the fire department, was 
slugged by Capt, Mike Hogan, Demo- 
crat and fofiner prohibition olBioer. 
That waa one way of flgbMac ft' out 
among tbeoMehree— Imth IiMi Bo- 
man OathoHns." 

"The Damocratte preaa ot Hho city 
waa thoroughly Romanised for . the 
occasion — a laA protiabty not very 
diflleult— and 1^ three ipa| era ac- 
cuasd the poHce departrmeot ot 
every rascality imaginable. The 
poMce were called every vHe tbiac 
tmadoa/ble — bootleggers, auto, 
thieves, .protectors and partners ot 
criminals, cowards and what not. 
Every effort was made to appear 
that the police and firemen were un- 



flrst given utterance by a Demo- 
cratic leader who is a Pest Orand 
Master of Kaatiieky llBani% James 
Oamett."   

"And it is this reaction of right- 
eous resentment that gives the tiue- 
tered Papiata the poor excuse for 
talking nhoot what the Maaooe, Odd 
FelhrwB, Juaiore or like ^temitiee 
did. No one need dMht what the 
Hlberntena and KoJghta ot Oolufmtoua 
did, alwaya have doae and ataajng 
will do. The Romaniata took the 
bead ot the Ti«de«- and lAbpf Aa- 
sembly off their ticket to aoDommo- 
date a Roman Catholic." 

In a headillne the Torch refers to 
Dr. K. Y. Miulllne as "Tlic Muddied 
IH-. Mullins" and says: "Or. M!ullina, 



scrupulous thugs; whereas, In fact i like meny others of his profession, 

these tw i branches of l/ouievllle's ' has come under the spell of JesuU- 
pu'blic service ar^ reconnized by the l.=m which coun.sel.'i Prote«;tant8 to iie 
observers in le.-^ fortunate citlee as paseivcv. Dr. .Mullins has himself 
helntr exceptlon.illy  ,-..pabN\ efficient quoted in two pro-IrUh Catliollc or- 
and worthy In every way." frans nearly e month after tho elec- 
"It waj4 under that inj iMratlon lion. He is rn-tjldent of the Bajiitist 



that much hyptiena'ted Hoinani«ts 
organized their noioriou-- wreckin r 
creiw of former Irish iK llcem -ii to 
he supplemented and re-enforced by 
local talent, and Importaitlone from 
Indlanapelie and other cUif«. One 
young oltiaen (Overton Harris) then 
got inti  the game in a way to draw 
all the adverse crMieiam on ihis own 
head. ■ Cheeley Se^poy, Republican 
Mttipnal OommittMman, deeidad 
tluM i(f the Romocrats were to im- 
port clubs anid use n4ug-ngl !ee he 
would organize another crew of 
club-oarrlers to maintain hie side," 
"At the Tyler Hotel raid the 
young Democraitic nominee for May- 
or made the mistake of trylag to 
ci'eate campaisn thunder by 'ease- 
Ing' the police ofUcers. Their reply 



TheoioK'ical Setndtiary. and wae an 
active .supporter of the Romocratic 
ticket. It took just such a twl«flnK 
.if character for Wloodrow Wilson to 
lake a Jesuit .Secretary with him to 
the White Hou.se ' 

"The Bv^niinK Times tind.s a new 
cause for complaint In Itf. story 
about a very weatlthy Catholic cap- 
itaUat who ' recently declined to in- 
vest in |t Loudsvllle proposition be- 
cause of the A. P, A. campaign. If 
.worst comee to the worst he will 
still he able to find wihat be ILkea in 
Vienna, Madrid, Dublin, Cork or 
Kilkenny." i 

Judge Bfagham'a plea for a non- 
partisan heard is referred to aa 
"Bingham's 4 uncomt '^ and "the 
whole Romoeratic gang wae repudi- 



wa« tp gatiher him in with several ated for public safety. If the peo- 
others who wei-e ready to Htart pi© had expeoted safety from the 



(iomethinR for possible effect in 
future edition*; of the Kveclng Po.st. 
The itcts of the desr-erate machine 
arou.'^d the entire city. It wan de. 
pl n-«l at usuiU hy tjio nuM-k-MiiNons, 
pNeudo-Pi-olrNtantM snd i^tt luinds 
generalLv a« well as by thf PapMs 
auA their sjTnpathetIc apo?offlsts." 

"The TOlf-rirtteous Democratic 
neWRftaperv, known as tlve Courier- 
Jowrnal, Times and Post, denounced 



other source they would have chosen 
cOme of Bingham's associates for 
publ'c office. " 

"The Pa,p'«?ts had framed thedr 
plan most betiutlfully. .\11 the local 
paners with the exception of the 
Herald, wan lined un for the fake 
DemocPBtlc ticJiet The Irish Amer- 
ican was for it of course, and those 
who use eyes and braiins are further 
Infomwd by experience that to be 



the Torch es m*»1rt be exrected. Of IrlrtvAmerican is not to be Araer- 
course there Is the ueu'l Tr'eh Cflth- lean at «U. To be Trish-Amerloan lf« 



and dlrtlneaB -wae a disgrace to fhejcHc "iffle about the M  iw ns — how to he Ronisn Catholic — that and 

city. The few Roman Catholics who tW* Masons and their OP  er were notNtng else," 

dared take issue with tlielr church i dracged Into polities, etn. The humor "Only one newspaper in IioaiK. 

asBocUtes by voUng the RcfpmbMcau of It (*f It can he regarded as hu- ville dared so mnch as hbit what 

ticket were not regarded aa p^^ical moD f» the Wet that the story about was goiax on.' The Herald, being 




The annual reports of the Soout- 
ma.sters' Association and IXHitevUle 
Boy .Scouts are very j:rnt'if ing to 
the friends of this popular and com- 
mendalble movement among our 
youth. President A. J, OtiUgscbla- 
ger's report says 

"Our activities ditriog the pa^t 
Tiaar fuiaUad oar p iwta gii- In or- 



th» Seoutlyaiteni' Aasoefa, 

tiaii, inaamiiMh aa-lw^agb otfr train- 
ing Qouraea we Mi^ed aeoattaig and 
exchaaged eapenhuQea. while 
thuoagU our indestrialt bikes, and 
soont rally, we proinalflid- , fecial 
aetivltiies and the generSl wMCaie of 
the Individual troops." 

Chairman Frank Oaesell reports 
that one ot the eplendild results ob- 
tained was the agrement by the 
Fourth Degree of the KnlghtB of 
Columbus to foster the Boy Scout 
movement among Catholic bo -«*. A 
stronp coniniii tt.ee. con.sistinK of four 
clerg men and four laymen, was ap- 
pointed and they are actively at 
work, and are planning a substan- 
tial exten.sion of scotlMng amOBg 
boys of their faith. 



HmER\rA\ oF^^f^AI*s. 



The following have l)ecn elected 
offlicerB of Division 3. A. O. H.: 
Preeideat, J, P. Donohue; Vice 
President J. P. Broderick; Record- 
ing Secretary, John Martin; Finan- 
cial Secretary, John Broderiefc; 
Traaaurer, D, J, Dougharty. 

iMenday erenJng IMfWon 4 held 
Mm election, reaaMaar aa fioUbwe: 
Preaident, Joa. D. Heeaaaay: Vice 
President, Daa'l MtoKeaiia.; Beoosd- 
fng Secretary, t . J. Hioaa; Flnaa- 
ciai Secretary, T, J, liatogaai; Trsas- 
urer, John F. Burke: Executive 
Committee, J. J. McTiglw. Thos, 
Lynch, L. D. Meaney, J. J. Barry, 
C. J. Ford. President Henmeesy an- 
nounced that Division 4 waa pian- 
ri.inK for a bit; inMiatii-m.and haoqaat 
f(vllowlnG: tho hoiIidayB. 



HISHOP'8 GOLDEN jmn^EE. 



Right Rev. J. J. Rynn. Bishop of 
.\lton, is to celebiate the tlft+eth 
anniversary ot his ordination to the 
priesthiKxl on December 23, bu.t at 
the earneet request ot the venerable 
prelate there will be no formal com- 
memoration of the event, Bieboip 
Ryan has been at, 4ha head of the 
Alton diocese ama 18€«, He is 
known aa a gentle mkn, averse to 
pnhUe notice at any kind, preferring 
to go quietly aboat his p rt o a tl y 
diiUea and a|iend his Manra ttola in 
stndy. The BMbop haa a nunil»er ot 
ralaUTea raatdtnc  n Lonterllle; 



Tomorrow evening the children of 
St, Patrick's school will give their 
annual Ohrietnvas emtertainiment in 
St. Patrick's Hall, Sixteenth and 
Market PnmKS- and aftiOrt plays will 
l)e fojiture.s of an excetlent and well 
arranged jiroKranime. 



TIfHVATION HOME. 



fPl»e fliat retiraat to ix' ^iven for 
restdeots of the Visitation Home in 
the new quarters oo Fourth street, 
was opened Wednesday by the Rev. 
Father R«ip(hael, C. P., and wMI 
come to a solemn close tomorrow. 



Wednesday the quealiooi ot ndlA  
cation or rejection ot the Aaclo- 

Irisb agreement by the DaU Silreann 
was postponed until Thjurtday, a 
public session to hp held and the 
depmic?; to debate ♦he matter and 
£o:iie to a deci'sior! ^ '-anwhile the 
nail in .seciet seFsii n «- .s discussing 
the (l;sput^- betwern 'he delegates 
to the I^ni; i!i confei"nce, who were 
the signers of the aKre«mein.t, and 
lOamonn de Valeiu. the Republican 
President, and his adherenits on this 
tssue, as to whether the delegatea 
had the power to conelade tka 
agreement. i 

Dublin looked iiks a coivreattoa 
city. It was crowded with niea and 
women seklhg by their Inlluenoe to 
affect the raault of the Oall's action. 
But nobody will rentore te, pradMI 
the TCenlt. U la possible tbat. tti- 
Btead of a diretc vote on ratifloationi 
or reJe6tion of the excrement, the 
DaU will ralar the qaeation to the 
people of Soatnian Irehuid thnmffh 
a plehlclte. 

The Uteter Cabinet's reply to the 
Prime Mlnloter's letter ot Decei\iber 
5 definitely rejects the invitation to 
enter the Irish Free State, but it is 
not thonyht the I'lster followling cau 
coerce the GovernTnent. 

In a scene likely to prove a land- 
mark in Kngliwh hisrtory, the Irish 
treaty was presented in the Im- 
perial Parliament for ratilication, 
while the Dail Blreann at Dublin ia- 
du'lge l in dftbate turning on Ektmonn 
de Valera's charge that the Irish 
plenipotentiaries exceeded tteir 
gtfweraia algntng the treaty atthiM|t 
tni»harrali«aaaa ^ aiiklila, Dtmm ■ 
the Cqmaona nor the OaA IHnano, 
however, 'had yet come to ffirtpa oia 
the sctnal decisloo raapaating aaa- 
flcatlon. wliich haa ibeen poatpoaad 
until Thursday. A feature of the 
debates in Westmineter was a bitter 
attack on the Oovem.menit by Lord 
Carson In the House of Lords, and 
Capt, Charles Craig, Irish Unionist, 
in the House of Commons. (Loid 
Oarson es] e ^ially showed not the 
slightest diniin'.ition in liir^ old-time 
denun^clat ion ot any ac coinmodaftlon 
with iiationalliftt Ireland. He dared 
(lie fiovernment to do anything to 
stir Ulster against the empire. 

in .«ui)portilnK the treaty LJoyd 
George api eaW to every memJbisr 
of the Comomns not to say a ward 
to make the task of the Irish advo- 
cates for ratiflcatloo. more ditteult. 
Cheering broke on t again when, he 
madd this statement. The Premfer 
then oomhHied by aayinc that- theaa 
Irish leaders were flghHing to make 
peace between two great racea de- 
signed by provMeoce to work to- 
gether In partnership and friendship. ; 
"Let us help them," he said. 

Here In I.,ou1sville there has been 
rejoiciug and hopes that there 
would be a speedy and juat termina- 
tion of the differences between Ire- 
land and Enpland. with assurance 
that continued nupiiort wouI l be 
Riven Prftsild 'nt D ^ Val«"Ta, CoHins, 
Oriffith and the l):ul l :i,reann . Tufl*- 
day afterniwn Jud^e Matt O'r oherty 
sent a cableKram to Artliiir Ciiffltli, , 
.Michael Collins and Dail Kir«ani;K 
which leads: "Amerlcaiw without 
distinction coirp^sMulate you and 
your able aaegjriates. Treaty m^tfif 
triumph of rej^bon over paw^on. Bat- 
1 flea t Ion meaba liiberty, pea^ gd 
prosperity for^SP«ir Old i™»»J5i 
Desa latSk" "DaM. Inah 
for "Ckid « e itmy^tk' The cato^ 
Is olgned by Judge OTBjohe'Y'ir 
win P. illorrow, OovemohyO' 
tucky; Hnaton Qain, Mayw\r 
tovHie: the Rer, John RtteyiN"™*^ 
Thompson, Vice President of 
irleh- .American Hlstorioal Soclet 
the Rev. Martin O'Connor, William 
.M. HlgRins and Owem Sullivan. 

Ex:i)re^isiniK C()nfid ^i."e in the wi»- 
doni of Kainonn d - \'aliMa. members 
of the Robert Emmett bran 6h bC 
the American Association for Recog- 
nition of the Irish Republic, at an 
enthusiastic meeting Tuesday nicht 
sent the following cablegram t6 
President De Vulera : 

"The Robert Emmett branch of 
the A. A, R. I, R, Of Louisnrllie, 
unaAlmousiy axpreas conddence la 
your wtadomi fto md -Om IiMi paooM 
to a right dadatbo to this erW*. 
Ood hleee Ireland." The imaaiige 
was olgaed by the Rev, John. O'Con- 
nor, Predldent; John A, DoyJe, Vice 
Prsaideait: Robert B. Heaaloa, Sec- 
rata«r: ii Mffy Corcoran, Treaaurer{ 
tAie lla«L Paitrlck Walah. Mia, Wal- 
ter SmMh, Mrs. Anna HaWhan. th« 
Rev. Franca Mdrtia and Bamii 
Hunt. 

The Rev. John O'Connor, Rev, 
Patrick Walsh, Rev, Francis Martia 
and Rev. Father McCool. of Boston, 

addre«.«f d the meet'nfr whW-h ^♦as 
featured by a mu»;iial programme 
arranged by Secretary Heaaloa, All 
urged support of J3M Ureaim and 
the Irish cause. 

The .latent news from DubHn was 
that the Dail Elreann would ratify 
the treaty and sustain Orifllth and 
Collin;*, 



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VICTOBT IX R mSLAMD. 



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l « 4ce between IraAuid end Bnc- 
land — thto le the 1 est n«we etace 
Amorlce'e enrtry into the World 
Wer, Mr M we bave podcted out 
IretaBd wee tbe «n» week epoi to 
Engtend'e dlB«eoelTe and dUptaiiHUte 
armor. How the peeoe itenne wW 
Mit thoee of us who dosire no eOB- 
nection wSvaitever wiHb E agl e iMl re- 
malDe «e be eeea Bitmineirlied the 
terms, et 'this WTtUiif, evpMr to be 
that IretaiMl le to be known tSie 
Irish Free State; that slio is to liavo 
a ■taiua like Canada and Australia; 
thai aba wiU beve complete cdLtroJ 
of' her own finance; thM abe wUI 
iaaume eome part of tbe na(th»el 
debt; tihat eho wttl give raaeonable 
foarantees to tbe Ihitoniat minor- 
ity. It Cbla MMkMUy be correct, 
tJken Iwwenrer mnah it may tell tfwct 
of wbat w« wioiald wtob, we nraet 
■tU) oouoede that tli ^ victory won 
bae bean a ffrtMt victoo'' particular- 
ly wten w» eoneMer tbe tremendous 
odds asKtaMt wUeb Ite Iriab bave 
bad to contend. Beaidea we ahonM 
remember that it is thoee who heTa 
borne the beat and burden of tbe 
d»y o  aMre-^tbioae who rieked all 
■Sid d*red an fknr ibekr oountrr— 
wlio only ihttTe the rt«blt to eay w9ia« 
terms of peace wHI be accepfaM*. 
They know their Aren«tb and ita 
Hmitaittons, and tf they And it ex- 
pedlatot to brtn« Able wiar to a doee 
on any teTorable terane, we on thia 
aide of the Atlantic, who have ex 
perienced none of the horrors of the 
mvage warfare which England 
waved to Irelaad, ibkm no riigbt to 
dhmtfrore of tlMwi tenmi, hvwever 
moieh we anay dMIke Umbl 



pooBeee wiiDbtn ber 
torfee, and hoir 
Iriah victory^-* 

and Justice. 



natural 



terrl- 
the 
for rlffhit 



•WSAVKR THAT PUZZLE. 



The LooieviJto UeraAd la meillug 
ont tbotwaiMis of oOptea of a pnazle, 
wbMb ft Mto elblzene to an rwer. but 
many of 43ie i «elipienitB would prefer 
to receire tbe HeraM's aurwer to 
tbaH Bwm top orta nt p«nle, wby it 
injected tbe rettglotie oneBtfeti Into 
the vrcriA politiral rampaifm. How 
proud the Herald must be of tbe 
etFuatre prtiiee Crom tbe Torch, the 
oot-or-Kowv mudsutter orgM, Cor its 
doDdnet dnrlBC the MoemC oamtpaJcn 



CUTS SINN FEIN KNOT 



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TAKB MOm 




Qsm FOB Nmnr. 

Tbe approaeb of CbrtatimaBttde 
iterts mkMt people tbtaUnc about 

wiMit tlkey will fflve fm Chriatmas. 
VVioe and practieal men and women 
mow miake out a list of frienda to 
be remembered and bestir them- 
■•Hea to Mitaat anitable ittts. Tliey 
tear afbove «3i CbtniB at thti eMsota 
of fhe year that eoroo worthy friend 
may be Inadvertenitjiy omiltted from 
tbeir IM of ChrMiBiM beoetfactione. 
TbJe Una old eoatotai! of ramember- 
in« otbara at OfeMatnuui ricbitliy un- 
dertaood and rlprhtly practiced' 
apringB from the -very soml of the 
feaet. For Chrietmaa le tbe feast of 
Um Joto of Ood tor naai aad of man 
tor Ood, a tbat la Tsry flttiikiiy 
expressed by gifts. The feast oiT 
God's lovinig generosity to ua be- 
comea tbe feast off our lorlmg gen- 
emMMy to Him. Bui Oodi needs 
Botthfni, 'we oaa five Hhtt BOtiUntr. 
Htowever in his divine wisdom He 
bae ppovi led for all thlB. He polnta 
to all tiho.se whom He has taken for 
hie brotbera aad atatara tai CMa 
Chrtatfuaa tmyMery and deielami to 
n£ that wbaitever we do to the leaol; 
of these. hi» brethren, we do it unto 
Him. Here Is both the InepliratlioiD 
for tbe feaet of Cbiriatmaa and tbe 
owortuntty of beW VKmrtm to 
Ood HImaeif in 11* |Mnon* of ttwee 
around uk. - 



Hate off to the Olan Ifiurphy! In 
a reeenit report of tbe War Daputtr 
ment on temlly worn in the WorU 
War tbe name'oT Murphy led all tM 
ro«it. What's in a name? A good 
dealt and it is a fonegioae coacluaion 
tbM a man wMh the •rand OM Celtic 
p a tTOBT in lc of MiMpby' or KeMy or 
Barkil or Shea wW be grabbed up 
quicker by the recniitinc; norpeenA 
fhan a mere Smtiith, Brown or Rob- 
inOD, or even a Shne or n Oaorge 
'Arvey„ Tbe Mnrphy* bavia proved 
it. Tbe Torsli anid Jmtor Order 
might weK odte thin. 



(HiORiOTO 



"Brea wMle'the blase of Irish 
floriee te at tliis momienit throwing 
ife splendor over the memory of us 
all. T l)plifv(» in niy eoul that the 
Parliament of regenerated Ireland 
wtttt neUsva Arittn^tan nan glorfous. 
rnona taaUnc. mot» aanntilfled and 
boJr than any by which hw old 
Parliament illumined tJbe annals of 
our country and our race." Thus 
•poke bue Bolt In 




Lord High OhanoeUor Blrfcenibead, who to sodd to bwe denrisad tbe 
form of the onth of nawglanicg wh kch was acoopted by tb9 Iriah R*- 
pubHoana at a m omeiM t wlMn a v«noe breakdrnvn" •eatued oaitaini I 
cause' DubUn ennnoyn i%leat«d Premier Uo^ OeMvaTs fonnula for 
awvarins dooralty to thai KSnlg. 




Special Xmas Silk Ties 



Some very extra values that we can 
o£Fer at\thi8 very low price becauae we 
bought fifty dknsen of than. Many 

patterns 

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We haiw tfiMn In all dna and 



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colors at this figure. 



What Men like For 



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Umbrellas. 
Fur Cape, 
Ties, 
G I]art. 



Initialed HandkeMhieft, 

Reefers,   
Wool Socks, 
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OOMINO KVBNTS. 



December 18-20 — Turkey ditpoaal 
au.spices of Columbia Atbletlo Club, 
621 lOast St. Catherine. 

December 22 — Chriatmas enter- 
tainment by pupils of at. PbUdp 
Neri's schood to Wtoditfaiont IMk. 

December 2 2 — Christ mae enter- 
tainanenit of children of St. Ptallip 
Neid Sdwol, Wlndttewst Hall. 

DooaodMr M — Social afternoon 
and airaslng. Altar 8oetoty of St Co- 
elUa'o flbnrelK in sohool hall. 



SOGIETY. i 



Samuel Oomoem richt^ emtanda 
that tbo people of the iMald dsaand 
freedom iircna. tbe iHMPAm a( artM^ 
meot and tbaiy itHiBia a worM or- 
ganiaad Dor. gnaes. The poofls of 
the woiW do bM utont en SBsoas for 
failure — itboy do OOt •TSa WWkt a 
reason for fadJure. 



fWiben Eniitand . recognfses the 
"Irish Free Stale" by treaty, that 

means a recognition of Ireland a* a 
■aparate nation under all intema- 



N EARLY ENFORCED. 



\ Outside of dally aad 
4 bootteggl^, rata 
en cavousaljii. «tc., 
•aws^'sBwiji tO' fiW 
torcwd. «ie latest p! 
cov»rjr of 

*'"'ners, and kit 

wlthoirt mi 
are vpry 




)b tly jMoriee 
in ng, dmnk- 
profhiibitlon 
ty well en- 
Is the dia- 
teur mooo- 
somie aectk)nB 
:ne fffUl eqnfpHMMits 



.H'IX)XOMY. 



There are some features of the 
aettlemenit wbldi show better than 
anything else tbe oberaetor of tlM 

autonomy Ireland itfiall posnsa — ^we 

refer to thiose relating to an army 
and nary. Under the peaoe Criealty 
Ih.-land can hare an anogr as araat 
in propotrlon to the popnaltion as 
Oreat Britain. Tbe latter has ten 
lime* the population of Ireland, 
therefore IreJaad's military arm 
would be under tbe treaty one^Mnth 
of that of Great Britain. Tto pres- 
ent army of Bmgland nnmbera seren 
hundred cAA thousand men wltli 
four hundred thou^iad territorials, 
tbis wnitld dT* Iretaad oVer aerenty 
ttaousand regulars and forty thou- 
sand territorlafle or nilTItia, wibich we 
think |8 a proa'ter number than Ire- true 
land would care to prorMe for. The 1  "hrlat 
treaty also prorWes that Ireland ' l**^* 
may have a navy for ooastaa dataose. 
Its site to be determined after flye 
years liy a oommlssion repreeenling 
both countriea. Now these are pro- 
visions whiich itidl cate bow coouplete 
will be the 



The faaat of OMstmas Is 

tiaOly one of Done r o sl ty. Christian 
paofule the world orer. in order to 
remind one another of the generos- 
ity Of God towards roan, ere in tbe 
habit of gtvlng Cbrietmas presents 
to those Wiho are n ear and dear to 
God's Christmas giCt to the 
world Is peaoe. that true peace of 
teasMi amd mtod w4iieb eaa oome only 
from Um pP MS once among 
within our sools. For hawlrade of 
years iMfore his btnth the pnople 
longed for btts doming; the pra^he^ti 
had foretoM the time and pilaoe of 
hl«» birth, and among many other 
things concerning his advent into 
the world, told of the peiaoe Which 
would \» the pnieclous gift of the 
new bom Babe. Ait his birth angels 
hovered over the crib and an- 
nounced to the world tidings of 
gnmt joy. heralding the birlli of tin* 
Prince of Peac«». What muKt liav« 
been tlie Joy and hai pines.s caiit«-(l 
in the heart,s of all who Iw-ard the-so 
words of the angel's? But we, too 
share i'U ihiis hapiMn*^^. With the 
whole Christian worW we rejoice on 
this day at the outward mamitesta- 
tlon of our Divine Lord in his tem- 
poral birth at Betbleheni. We ex 
proas OUT 'aood wishes to one an- 
other, enshange mutual tokens Of 
love and friendfeblp and show in 
eviery way wie eaa a aplrtt of peace 
and «ood will to all men. 
• But with the glad tidtefs wfaAsh 
the aburdh annonnoes to aa 4artnc 
this holy season «« know tbat tbe 
tuUnesB of peaoe eaa Hot be atfialaed 
in tMa Ufa end tbat Oliristmas day 
win leaye us with auny dUtuirtk}ng 
trials and troubles to iUHlei«o. 
ObrttsmaH Tov Christ was a day of 
great joy 11. ^lllared in baiipineas 
with the angels wiben thoy an- 
noun«od tidinai of f ra w t Jby. but Ho 
Buflored discomtorts , In his rude 
cradle and .tomiaw aHl that He 
would undergo from the time of 
birth to bis death. The kdnd T«- 
in*inil»rance of friend.-* and relatires 
will show their love and devotion, 
but the memory of purely material 
glft-s will soiin pass away. Like the 
ehepherda of old. we mu. rt go to the 
crib of the mewborn Savior and re- 
ceive there within our hearths that 
peaoe and happine^ which 
gave to ttko world aa his 
I gift. 



716 We«t St. Catherine tiireet, an- 
Qounce the marriage of their daugb 
ter. Miss Virginia E, Kerins, to Bert 
Baker, the ceivmony taking place at 
St. Louis Bertrand's c/hurch on 
Wedin :*Hlay, December 2. MIhs 
Kerins was connecte i with the oflVne 
force of tho .Vatlona! Hank of Ken 
(ucky and was quite popular in 
catboMe soetal oindea. 



SMTHRA WEDDflD. 



Mrs. Maltie Kelly was last w eek 
tho guest of friends at Miiddlelown. 

Mrs. Bert Menne entertained her 
luncheon-l)i-idge club at fesr Uome 
on Krankforf avenue. 

John P. I..an'gan, of Hale avenue, 
s4io has been ill for aome time, is 
now improving rapidly. 

A. Pitzgerald. who visited Mr. 
and Mrs. Clifford staples, tasfl re- 
turned to Main'moth) Cajre. 

Mrs. John P. CoH entertained la»t 
Saturday at 500 at her home on 
East Maple .street. Jeffei-sonville, 

Mlas Blizabetb Quino, of iFVyrt 
Thomas, has been visiting M/rg. WU- 
aon Reynolds, 212 Collins Court. 

Mri». ICdward Dalton. ol .1,'ffertion- 
ville, i.s at San Antonio, Texas, 
wliere she will spend the wilnter. 

.Mrs. Kuivsell Sheridan, Cil'tton, en- 
tertained as vixitor*? last wt^ek Mrs. 
W. Morgan and Mi.s s Knima Gentry. 

Alexis J. Schullen, Jr. will re- 
turn tomorrow from Andover, Masa., 
where he to a Stiideat at PbiHtpa 
.Academy. 

Dr. John It. Watben left Sunday 
for Pinehurst, N. C, to attend the 
nief tin^' of the Southern Burttoal Aa- 
•ociation. 

Mrs. G« i-g(  Zix loft Wednosday to 
spend the Christniaa tholidays with 
her daughter. Mr.s. Allen Long, and 
Mr. l»ng, at Petersburg. Va. 

Poesing tSie week in Xew York 
Oity were R. M. Hamilifon, M. B. 
Moiin.tjoy, P. B. Sharp. M. J. Jo- 
seph and F. C. Harvey, all of Louls- 
rille. 

William B Kelly, who has been 
iittend-ing Vale T'nivorslty, arrived 
.\-eaterday to spend tbe boUdays with 
his parents, lir. and lira. Jamos B. 

Kelly. 

Joseph 1' Hint's, of Washington, 
will arrive home today to Hpend the 
holidays wiitlh hi.s parents, .Mr. and 
Mm Thomas H. Hinew, of .Sixth 
streeit: 

Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Blantord, 
(■rf.s 'ont Hill, have returned from 
Springfield, wjiere they attendad a 
hiou.^ ^ party dan by Mtos PMtiB 

Blanford. 

Kdward J. flackdt. who has been 
conflne l (,i his homo, Ka.st Market 
stree; \ 'w .Mbany, for the past two 
weeks on account of iilness, Is great- 
ly improved. 

Miss Mar) rA uise Mailoney will be 
gueet of honor at a theater party 
on the afternoon of December 31 
at Macauley'8, followed bjr a tea 



Mr. aad Mrs. «iM» *T. 

1911 South ikNnitli stpoeti, oa Wed  
n'esday wtt a assad ttala marriage of 
two .of tMr danvhtsrsu Both cere- 
monies ooeurrad at thair ttans, tbe 
Rev. Father Sobert O. Lroii« of 
St. Louie Bertrand churoh, offltalat- 
ing. Mi.ss Marie Berentoe apaldiing 
was married' to Bernard Ruaeell 
Hughes, of New Orleans, et 9 
o'clock in the morning, while her 
ulster. Mis-s Josephine Kathryn 
Bpalding, was marriwi to John Hum- 
phrey Powers, of Huntington. W 
Va.. at 7:30 o'clock in the evening. 



t^WRISTM.XS M.^.SSEH. 

The houiK for ni a on Christ- 
mas day at the Churcli of Our I ady, 
3511 Rudd avenue, will be at 5:30, 
7: as and 9:.30 o'clock in the morn- 
ing. The first mass will toe the hlpH 
mass, preceded by the singing of 
"Silent Niight" before the handsome 
crib. Sanrl^eB wlH be espeoiaUy tai- 
pir oa al Tie and all membeirs ere 9a- 
ciaMy lnv4tedi to approach tbat aaora« 
meata, Holy ooagknnalon wMl b« ad- 
mloisbersd at all this naasw. 



The Rsr. f\athar Borgtaa Lsihr, 
pastor of 8t Joiia's dmreii at 'Car- 
roklton, who to a pa t toat at St Jo- 
sepib's laOrnaur. wlksra nndar- 

weint an ottersitton fbr "rofniMfli ttt. 
is now reoorering oiloely hslag abli 
to be up and about b.to 



rmuermAH roLLBcrnoN, 

.\nnouncement wlM be made to- 
morrow in •» tbe churches of the 
Ix ulsville diooeee of tlie annual col- 
lection for /tlie orphans, to h* taken 
up at all tbe maAses on Chrlstman 
day. This is a colleoLlon that .shoiiUll 
appeal to everybody and the inniaK's 
of the orphan homes are praying 
that all will be generous. 



PERFECT nmiM 

SPECTACLES AND EYE tLASSES 




Oculists' Prescriptions. 

SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY 

Eaooaraaarao 

Fourth and ClieHtnut. 



JOHN B. WATHEN 



PAOOM 

525 South Twent}-MixUi MU^t 
lilt 



Tl'RKKY DIHPOS.^L. 



If there is a Christmas shortage 
o r turkeys here it can be charged to 
Vic Boker, Adam Scboieider aad Eld 
MueUor. wlho are rOuiMling up a big 
supply Of ths binds for Trinity 
CouneU's torkey dAvoaal, which 
takes plane at the clal» house, Bax 
ter and Morton aTsnns. nest Wed 
neadar isnntev. 

K.  w a 



OOHSBORATRm. 



It i« announced in Ohloago that 
(be oonseeratlon of Right Ker. Bd- 
ward F. HcAan, as AuxlUary Blahop 
of that ddooese, win take pta«e oa 
freedom Iretond sball De9ember 31. 



at Benedict's 

Einsign John Y. Rih-s. V . S. X., of 
the Arkansas, wlii orrive tomorrow 
to spend tbe holHdays with hie par- 
ents, Mr. and JtfiB. John .\. Rees 
1271 South Brook street, 

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Carney and 
chlldraa^ Niew Albany, win ' leave 
□aat woofc tor Freeiport. lU., to 
spend tSie boHdaya with Mrs. Oar- 
at^n mother. Mm. Crowtoy. 

B&r. and Mrs. "WUllam J. Heffar- 
nan aanounoe Vbo engagement of 
their daughter. M/ios Viola Heffer- 
nan, to Barl A. Harmon, of Jaokson- 
vUle, lU. The w«ddia« wlU take 
place in January. 

Mr. and Mra. T. J. liontogonery 
and daughter Margaret aad Mtasee 
Purdle Blanford aad Irene "Warren, 
of Sprlnvfleld. were here last w«ek 
risittmg Mr. an^ Mm L. A. Bton- 
rord, Crasoant BIM. 

Mtoa Ma«7 Virgiinla Prenas enter- 
tained her 600 party and- luncheon 
club Saturday. Those present w«ra 
Misses Mary BMsabeth Sanuge. 
Christine EJIvln, Cbarlolte BlTla, 
BHcabeth HtoHand, Mary Katharine 
Harle, Gladys OraSs, Nora Treston, 
Isabel Tnestons Aanea MdNames, 
LouUae Jacobn, DIaanor Koehler, 
Mary Virginia Pruesa. 
Mr. and MIrs. John T, Kariaa, of 



l-tH tuner William G. Hume, of 
lA uiey| Ue Ooundl, K. of C, an- 
nounces for Wednesday night's 
meeting "Theological BasebsJl," With 
an invitation to the m s uil w i a tb l)e 
present and find out. 

WIIJ  (XJNTINUE 8.\LE. 



The Queen's Daughters nmionnce 
that iheving many articles l 'ft over 
from their Ch.ri»tma.s Siboitpe. due to 
the extremel inclement weather, the 
sale will be continued every Wed- 
neMay until Christmas from 10 a. 
m. to 4 p. m. at the rooms of the 
organ iatlon. aO  Ita»ubMc battding, 
Fltth aad Walnut streeta. 



BISHOP OF supmaoiL 

'R%tiit Rev. Monsignlar Joeephi O. 
PInden, Vlcan- General of tbe Dio- 
oeee of Marquette, has been appoint- 
ed Bishop o f Superior, to suooeed 
Right Rev. Jorw-ph M. KoodSllka, 
who died last June. 

HOXORS AMERirAN IlISKOP. 



The sudden death of Mtoa Ida 
Shannon, who waa kUM ta aa anto- 
moMls acctdeat gaaday sMxraoon 
was a diaUaot' SNook to bar aian 
frienda aad aeqoaintaiwni la St 
Louto Bsctiaad'a paridt, whsra she 
was a life-long and tettUtm metm 
her. Mlaa Shannon waa a steo- 
daugbter of Patrick Puroell, of 113 
Seventh etreet, and besides her 
BtjeipfatheT is survived by two sis- 
tere, Mise Agnes Shannon and Mr.s 
.lohn l-'^ahey. of Bay St. Loule. TJie 
funeiul took place from St. Louia 
Bertrand 'e church Wedneeday mom  
log. 

Many friends and admirers are 
mourning the death of Mies Delia 
Coooera, daughter of the late E)d 
ward and Catherine Copners, fol 
lowing an illness of heart trouble 
Fortified by the sacraments of her 
religion, she was fully prefjared for 
the summons into eteniaj life. She 
is survived by two brothers, EJdward 
and William J. Conners. with whom 
she liv*^! at 711 ICast Kentuck 
street. Funeral services were held 
Monday mominig at St. Pau 
cjlumh, of which She was a noat ex 
emP'Iary memiber. 

Mra. Mary Kelleher. seventy-three 
widow of Timothy Kelleher, died 
suddenly of heart trouble Mkioday 
afternoon at her home, 1637 WeM 
Market stMOt. She to surrired by 
daugtatar, Mrs. Margaret Kelly, 
and two sona Fred and John KeUe- 
her. Mm, KeBMiar waa a native of 
Ireland, came to LoutorMa whUe 
Mttle gM. nor ftMMnal wto held 
from St. PatrWk's Ohureh, wlwre ah 
was a regular eomlalintaaat. 

Th« sympathy OC many Crienda 
has been eartsadM to l^aa Mary T. 
Kenleally ta the loss of her mother, 
Mrs. Mary EJllen Keneally, wddow of 
the late Hugh KeneaJlly, her death 
occurrlnig Sunday aftemoop after an 
illneee of some time. The funeral 
took place from the residence of 
Mrs. Mary Pha.Ien, niece of Mrs. 
Keneally. Tueis^lay morning at 8:45 
and from St. Louis Bertrand'e 
church at 9 o'clock. 

Monday morning the funeral of 
.Mrs. Catherine Wafsco Shelley, be 
loved wife of Thomas fihelley, 1924 
Stevens avenue, took place from .St 
James church. She waK severi'ty-flve 
years old and had liveil an active 
and well] spent life. Besides her 
husband she leaves a si'Stfr. Sister 
Geraldine, of the Sisters of Charity 
Ntrs Margare: Forxl, widow of 
Michael FV rd, died Saturday at her 
home in Cincinnati. She wtu* fifty- 
two years of a«« and until two years 
ago a resident of thile city. ' She 
is surrired by two daughteni. The 
remaJna w«s« brougbt here aad the 
funenal took plaee Monday aitem- 
nooa from tbto Oatbedtal. 



8TTRK OCIUS. 



In discussing the present economic 
eltuation wUIe stopping off at Rich- 
mood, on hto way to Baltimore, 
Arcbbltihop Curley made the follow- 
ng pregnant statement regarding 
he ^ixyc of war between . capital 
Bn(i labor: 

"Kco-p.oniir conditionn sometimes 
give tho advantage to ono, and then 
the other, and neither ha« hee- 
itat(vl to use thlB ndvant.ige to the 
utmost. rcKardless of justice. There 
R'iglif Kev. Thoma.s J. Walsh. "'O more fairness in the efforts of 
Bishop of Trenton. ha« roeelved ^'^ f'"' * cIo«ft l shop 

from the Kilng of Italy tho Crow of i^Kainst un.ion.s than It wa « for 
Italy, a decoration whU h wns 1 ""'""^ flight for a closed' ahop for 
etowted as an acknowledgment of unions. There will be no rent until 
the Bishop's work in Ivehalf of the realise the neceaslty Of basing 
spiritual and tema oral welfare of t'*^''' relations upon the fandamentaJ 




PRESENTS FOR AU! 

Toy& for the children — 

We have toys for children of all naea and tastes. 

From rattlers to midget golf sett, frotn blocks to 
B-B guna and miniature victrolas. 

Bring the childraa in. Let thaaa enjoy thamsalvas 
in this veritafala Tv^Mid. Bolh iluiM mlk% 
second floors. 

Gihs for the young peoph — 

We carry hundreds of ilsnas that would make 
delightful gifts for yoong people. For boya there 
are bicycles, footballs, sweater*, golf sets, tennis 
racquets and balls, baseball gloves and supplies, 
boxing gloves, rifles, tleda, games, etc. For girU 
there are basket balls, iw a aNrs , biqrdM, tMals 
eqaipment, kodaks, etc 

Gifts for Mother and Dad — 

There are naany usafol dectrical gifts that Mother 

will appreciate, such at percolator, toaster, v;rill, iron 
and also thermos bottles, lur.ch kits, coat sweaters, 
fountain pens* Evarsharp pskcllsi portable plMM* 
graph, etc. 

For Dad there are shavlii''; sett, pocket knives, 
flashlights, cards, poker sett, fountain peas, wa l ch a i, 
golf eqaipniient, hoatars' snppUss, etc . 



/ »h for th» Christmas Catalogue - It Uat$ oU th*:m 
gift* and hu 'dridt men 

'SUTGUFFE Q) 



• M»e «peiftAT as 



220 S. Foarlii-.Two 



S. Fourth. 



Ul 1 f\f\ Opens a S«TUin Acconat at th« Larg«tt umI 
ZPIsUM OMMt Bank in dM Stat*. 

National Banh of KentucHy 

FIFTH' AND MAIN STREET. 




The O ooae on 'WHmmt Is ▲ssoranoe That 

Magk White Naphtha Soap aad Haiic Flakes 

- - Ars tbe Original. Manufactured By 

MAGIC SOAP OOMPANT 

1201 Stonr Avenne. Lo^lSTUle, Ky. 



tbe Itanaa reabteuta of bto diooeee. 



TAKE FIU»f CANS. 



of treaUte'^.tfie 
think heihoaid 



Christian prtocSpte 
other fellow as you 
treat you." 

Thto short paragraph glres a dear 
diagnosis of the industrial 



All canned meats and fish should, - 

be remonred from the fans as soon . now affecting thto country, and pra- 
ai opened. sorlbea a sure sure. ^ 



DOMESTIC wmQ^ Xj" steam 

We are miners and distributors of the best Eastern and Western Kontooky 
Coal produced, and can therefore furnish your reqoirementt with the beat satis- 
faction and lowest prices. Consumers will benefit by the patchas of their coal 
NOW. Let us have your order TODAY 

We operate three retail yards at Louisville aad also ship aoywbara. SfMcial 
reducad prices on car load shipments. 

HARVEY-JELLICO COAL COMPANY 



Vard and Elerator, Pope and Pnyiie Streets. 

Yard KHM) 8. First Street. Yard Fifteenth and Magnolia. 

Main  1.'{3. City 1456. Main Office 411 StarhK Hnildiiig. 



Weekly Savings Club 

CTUT iNE rats MNn mra rati 

South Louisville Bank 

FoBvth aad Central Avenas, 



Oil and Grease 

PQB ALL WBSOem 
Kentncky OoaSHBSts 00 OaPVtaay 
LonlsrUla 





UOtO ON P\ VCwMuTE^ 




1 



by RAY HOPPMAN 



NO, X V40UL0K'T do 

-f^Rf - cjE.r OP PiHO 

0^ 





TES V^«S^ TUBM 

i-nnohV «cr UP 

•TILL Woo CO 




AND XVJO^J'r to 
AV^AV -r»LLW0O 
GET OP - 





flj^ MEN^ FURNISHING] 

v408W.MARKeT ST.^ 

U)UISVILLE.KY« 



mnr ouumNa, PREssma amd ALTiRDia 

H. LEVY 

MERCHANT TAILOR 

| f«ir^ of High oUaa IjmUm' aad Oentlemea'a Q»rmeatM at Moderate PrkM 
40S OAfl^, BSOAJDWAT, AT PKBSTON OTTT 914 



WHERE THE PEACE PACT WAS SIGNED. 



e. 4f KEMPER 

SOFTDBINKS 

■OT AHD COLD LUNCH OYSTERS IN SEJkMOK 

SPECIAL HOT KOAST BEEF SANDWICHES 
•41 WB8T MARKBT BTRCST PHOW UWl M— 



POCKET BILLARD TABLES 

Authorized dealers tor The Bninsiriek-B«lk«-CoU«ld«r Ua* •  
Tal le«, Bowling Alleye, Sui»pllM and Accesaortai. Suwlt UMM 09 
diipUy. Sold on the Club Plan eaay payments. 



JOHN OGLE GOBfPANT 

laeorporsUd 



BBVBNTH AMD JEFFERSON 



LOmSVILIiE, KT. 



Ml "Ml Mil 

WHXK IN THE HIOHLANDS-4IT0P 11 

  ' R O M I E 8 " 

EVERYTHING TO EAT AND DRINK 



AHD 



aao. 9, 



PAKDALE JBRUg^ COMPANY 

nmourrum mncMnm 

SOUBTH AVENUE, TATk-LOR A rD BERRY nOlloEVAIttM 
T«w PaUwwca, liarse or OMell, Alwafs Appreciated 
PARK KOO P BOM ■ ■ PARK tCI 



gbawne* 800 Phoa* Tonr Waato To 

ARTHUR C. WOE 

OUT KA.n DB^CKIIfT 
M. s.  x». TfhnimnxnB amd mabxbt 

HIOHBBT QUAUTT   



RTZ 



STREETS 
LOWEST PR10B8 



DOLL HOOPITAL — BrokM Dolls Ropafrt* 

jopor BMonni' iomi 

mjBBBR TIRES PUT ON GO-CARTS, DOIX BUGGIES AND XEMB 

MAILH — FUlX. LINE OF X0X8, HOW/nBS. WOO, 
IIT WB8T MARKET STREET OITT $t$9 

^jjinijMMniiMinFrrrHrT r"'"""^ ' 

VmitblVAliT A OON 

TIHNKB8 

BOOFING. OUITMBIN O AND ■POUTING — ROOFS BKPAIREP AND 
PAIMSBD— FUBNAOB8 REPAIRED— ESmHAnM 

CHBBBFULIiT GIVEN ' 

800 W TOT BROADWAY PHONE OITT 1884 

Soft Drinks and Hot Lunch. The Best in tlie City 

2106 PORTLAND AVE. 
PhoB» Shawnee 1416 P -op in and Get Acquainted 

NATIONAL CONCRETE CONOTRUCTION OO. 

Ineorportttfd 
GENERAL 0 0 N T B A 0 T 0 R S 

6440 BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING * LOUISVILLB, KT. 

J. B. OllligachUser, President A. J. Ohll8Mhlac«r, Hrvrrtarr 
HOME PHONE, OITT III* 




Within the waUa of tblto COoa, at 10 l ownin« srlreet, in wliich also tiie i a,sKing of American col- 
onies was enacted, iTetand haa Juat been granted her indepeodeooe after pnoti-acted parleys between Ltloyd 
George and De Valenk 



COAL 



Ml Par Paal 

SL Bernard Mining Co. 

DCOORFORAtBD 

ST. BERNARD COAL 

314 West Chestnut Street 

W. B. Gatfc«lgllt» Mgr. 



GOODIE CAN DT CO. 

MANUFACTURERS! 

PINE CANDIES 

Candy Pallings and Wheels a Speciafty 

1930 West Market Street 
Phone Shawnee 1347 



Ufa 




Xavtor** Colleg* 



by th« Xararlan Brothwa. 
Sclaotlflo and Baatii«ai 
.toTT Dapartmeat liara* 
w«U Bqolppad arm- 
Budarata. 

Br*. Baajamln. Dir. 



BLUEGRASS CAFETEMA 

323 W. JEFFERSON 

Under near managemant, with pra-war 
prices. Give as a trial.. 

ROACH & SKELTON. 



JNO. P. MORTON A CO. 



AL STEBLER, Prop. 

INTERURBAN 
CAFE 
317 
WMtUtorty 

Nixt To 
Inttrwbah 
Station 




m.—r Ohmm. a. bavy 

Horn* Phon., City 7001 

KRAPP'B BIEAT MARKET 
Wbolasals and Ratatl 



For Qnalltjr Mid Qiumtity 
City 3141 or MAin 721 

VVa.Hl K.\. Lump $6.2^ 

W.Va. Uiver Lump $.770 
HMlan Lamp .$7.T5 

Lapping Coal Company 

Second and' Water. 



MabtMied 18M LooisrlUa, ftj 

OFFICIB OCTFITTHItB 



■F. F. Valinoti Electric Oo. 



•mm Vise tlM 
818 WB8T MARKET STRBBT 
City 4782 
INDCHTRIAIi LIGHT AND POWER 
INSTALLATIONS. RBSIDBNOE 
WIRING, FtXTURKS. LAMPS 
AND REPAIRS 



SHORT ORDERS 



OYSTERS 



tot aAST jarFa RaoN 8TR—fr 



C. A. KOERNER & CO. 

OENERAL OOMTRAOTORS 

OFFICE AND TABOt 

VI/OTD AND BURNETT STREETS 
LOUISVILLE, KT. 



BETTER SHOES FOR 

L188 Morar 

SPALDINti SHOE CO. 

Oat of the High Rest ptotrlet 
EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE BT8. 
Opes BmalBiB Untfl Nine O'eiod 



UPHOLSTKRING, 

CARL STOLL, 

Window Shades, Carta in ftmatimt- 
Cleaning Oil Shadea. 

Office and Works 

848 E. St. Catiierine. PlMB* 



HART'S LUNOH ROOM 
AND OHILE PABLOB 

070 South SUth Street.. 
Twenty Steps from Broadway 
EDW. HART, Prop. 
FINE PIES AND GOOD COFFEE 
Pbona Olty B»77 



Phoaa. Oity 7884 

Comb. Flioea, Wast 418 W 

Frank Hartman & Sons 

E0U8B FAIHTBBB 
AHD DI0 0BAT0B8 

iMO wanr mabkbt 



OIHffBBORAnOir prbpabations. 

Preparationt tor an alabomta cer- 
amonlal «tt«iidiag the eonsaeratlon 
of Right Jl«T. Consignor Edward F. 

Holian, present Chancellor of tb« 
Chicago Archdiocese, as Bishop are 
now being iiiad« by ihe ciorgy and 
laity, wliich wlli taite plac« Decem- 
ber 21. The announcement of his 
appointment brought great pieasure 
to Archbishop Mundelein and to the 
prleets and laity of Chicago with 
whom the Chancellor has bifn an 
enpecial favorite. A native Uhica- 
goan an l a product of tbe Chicago 
parochial schools and St. Ignatius 
College, where he secured bis train- 
ing preliminary to his divinity 
studies at St. Mary's, Baltinsore, and 
the Gregorian University at Rome, 
Monslgnor Hoban la probably the 
moat popular among Ciiioago priests. 
This fwpalarity aottered none from 
the ifaet that the Biabov-elect is 
yoang, of headaome person, with a 
fine etnging TOiee and oraeb personal 
charm. Hie eMCUtiTe ability and 
(Uplomaey have been tested and 
have stood the test in the flfteAi 
yesrs he has served as assistant 
Chaneenor and Chancellor of the 
arehdioeeee, handling the mass of 
financial detaUs involved in the con- 
duct of tlie great propertie.?, and 
ironing out the personal problems 
that aris« in  lia!hig with a thou- 
sand priesU in nearly 260 parishes 
popnlated wkh thirty nattoaalitlee. 

JB8UIT COLLEGE BDBHBD. 



St. Stanislaus' College of Macon. 
Ga., the noriUate of the Society of 
Jseoe tor the provinee of Ndw Or- 
leans, was bamed to the* ground 
with s losa of | 20 0,000. on*-third 
of which is covered by insurance. 
The nre started early in the even- 
ing on the top floor of the college 
at a time when most of the students 
and prieeta were in the lower por- 
tion of the building. Rev. James 
De Potter, S. J., President of the 
college, and William A. Meri- 

wether. S. J., 88 years of age. bare- 
ly escaped the flamea. Father 
Meriwether had hardly been led 
from the third floor when the floor 
aboTs Mllapaed. Non-Catholica are 
eirenlating a 'petition urging tbe 
Jesuit Fathers to reballd on the old 
sUe. It is proibaMe that thie "will 
be dime. 

The eollege bulldinc wt^s erected 
in the aeventlea at a cost of |1B0,- 
000. It waa five etories in height 
with a tower in tbe center, and lo- 
cated in tbe residential section of 
Macon on a tract of land of over 
a hundred acres. It was one of the 
show placeti of tlie Georgia city. 



i KF^KER.SON VILLE, 



vaee l»t-3 



Home Pboae Olty 3890 

Most Attractive Restaurant Near 
Union Station. 

Geo. Waidlein Restaurant 

j Delicious Pastries a Specialty. 

1 01 7 West Broadwaj, Louisville 



JefferBonviile Council, ICnlights (►f 
Cohimbua, Iraxi a very micccBsful in- 
itiation, conf«rrrlng the three degrees 
on a class of .twenty-three candi- 
datee. Members and caiwlidatea at- 
tended hiVgh maas at Bt. Augustine's 
chnr ih ait 10 otekxtk, nuher Miicha«I 
Ualpin being «be oSlsteraat. Re - 
tunilnig to SL Angosttne'e Auditori- 
um, tbe iaitiatoTy eixarclete occu- 
pied the afteraoon until tbe bour tor 
the benquet, at whldh tbe speBUcera 
Wera Attoraeye LM Sandmann anil 
Joaeph Cooldinc oS LonilnUls; Re v. 
piomrade Po blkaim(), O. P. M., and 
Rer. Jolin J. Doprile, Rer. Fstber 
Hatpiin presided as toaetmodter, and 
his Introductlonn were hapi)y and 
aroused much tiithu.slasni. Mi-ssee 
Catherine Lynch and Margaret Ooyle 
were the soloiata. Grand Knishit 
Oharlee Willie and Mwirs Mitth »w 
Dotaa, Jamee L r.«onar(l. .lulm .1 
Pn^nri .Tamee Dixon, Martin I'olT 
irles O'Brien wore in cliarp ! 
ol iho excellent programme 



i! FranklinGasBumers 

FURNACES 

; Overhauled and Cleaned 

$2.50 

E. G. HEARTICK 

City 2181 £aatai73 
^18 B. BraaiwAy. 



L 8MMI, PntWwrt ii4 giMffr. 



P. 84M8N. IS.. Viei Pres. sM Usst.   



IP. BANNON PIPE CO. 

Saver aad Calvert ripa^ 

fflB't Fateat LMded Pips (or Stsam Cenialts, 

Wall Cep lag. Drata Tile, TltriteA ■rlcl, 
Plia PMatag, naa Uali^. Fire Brlct 
* Grata aad Better Tile. PIre CUy. CUmaey Ts 

OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. 
PHONK8 CITY 87S-17aej'.CUMB. MAIN:807. osai 
WOHMB-TfclrtisaiB aa* BMeBdaeUia aa« Ulatfi aa« Haiaella. 
BeB BeB BeBeB B BeB BeBeB iefceBeBe 8weBeB»Bea BeB»Bl 




THE BEVERAGE 



DAVW 



DBUCW 

EVWlfTUUfO THAT A PIRBT CLAM VHW BTOBB 

nr anKX— PHBSdUPnoiiB a tnojuusx 
a w. ooBNiiR moiHTBairrk Aira  uaimoh 

Home Phone, Bhawaee 6 80 



BBOVUI oBBpn 



• CHULMAN'8 QRO^BRY 

GrooerteB, Freski MeBto and Tegetebles 
2600 OBUfinDi AvnruE 

BOTH PBOmB 



CHAS. Js MBRIWKTHm 

OMMUnil AMB BDIIiOn 
ABTIITIO EOMIi 




IBB STARRS BUILDIlf9 
/  TELEPHONES 



Clt7 8188 



HENRY FISCHER 

PORK PACKER 

Boiled Hams a Specialty 



THE VERY BEST 

EPPING'S 

SOFT DRINKS 



DR. JOHN P. BECKER 

OPTOMETBIST 

PrneUee United to dlagnoalng 
and eorrMtiag deCeett at ajreelsbt 
by the tttUag af proper 



9Din SIO ITABU BLDO. 

Tlilrd Floor 

COR. FOURTH AND 

WAIdniT aWtWBPB 
Home Phone, City 1188 
HOURS— 9 A. M. TO 8 P. M. OR 

BT APPommaMT 



Pheae. Otty 4888 
Onmb. Phone, Main 8580-i 

Joseph Hubbuch Sr. & Son 

P — l w w la 

WALL PAFEB AND BUOB 
FALLS Omr HALL BLDO.. 

iiaa-iiBB 



Heinstilchin^ 
Bottons Pleating 

Beading Braiding 
Bealied Bags Repaired 

Rossell Service Shoppe 

807 8 Boston BuUding 
Vellla Rnaaell, Manager. 



T 

Both Phoaee 8488 

REUTLINQBR A CO. 



rZBB Xn^DBABTOB 

TCMUrAnO. LLUBUTT ABll 
. PLATE COiUBB 

188 80UTB THnUD BTRUT 



Harm Perfecto Beaeva Oigar 

Bdiroer** O pofce ta 

(UNION MADB) 

Home Pfaoee, Otty 8041 

•CHROBR BROS. 

Mannfartnrers of FINE CIGARS 
•41 BAST JEFFERSON STRBBT 



LEBER BROTHERS 

IRTBBIOB DBOOBATOBS 
SOB ifOKioir BciLDiNa Hoiai rmamk caw tuB- 

LOUiaVILLB. KBNTOQgT • 

H. TULLY 

FOUBTH AMD AVBBT fXBWS 

SOFT DBINK WSAXD ALSO HOC AXD OOUB UOUM 

THE BEST Hi THE CITY 

DROP IN AND OBT AaQUAUITBD TOOAT 



omr 8888 



A. L. QUNN 
BAKBB AMD OOMTlOnOMMB 
XOM OBIAM 

HOMB WUmm, CRT SBTd 



Shawnee 1176 



J. W. BUCilANAN, Manager 
Batan Tarda 



West 117* 



OLAT OOUNTT COAL OOHBANT 

Incorporated ! 
BBNTICKY y 

FAMOUS BOBSE OBBBK OOJ 
Tardst BBth aad deveiaad flm Mt arat 



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O.^K. SHEET METAL 



OALVAMISBD IBOM OOBMIOIS AMD 

nN, SLATE AND TILE ROOFING 
848 BAST ST. CATHBRINE ST. 



BCKBRLB DRUG COMPANY 

BVERTTHIMO OUT BATB ALL TME TIME 

LOUISVOiLB, KT. 



KLOTD AND BIARKBT 



Both Phones 



CORNS.BUNIONS 




Dr. Uriah Z. Lksey 

CUreaedlal 

B07 
Starka 

HaUdiM 
Roth Pbones 



BHB POOUV FOR MORBT. 

la those baring regular la- 
ar aalary, with no pubilett} 
•r red tiwe. Loaaa to tiousekseaan 
ai their feneael eeearttr. 

F. R. POOT/BT. 

1, Oourlsr-Joumal BuUdtnc 
aiff H. Foorth lttr« t c 



l^rk gal.a, }-r,-». 

J. O. Jacobs, Sec. and TrseSL , 

L. GKAUMAN A 00. 
laosrporatsd 

Osalsrs la AU Klada of Offlo. aad 
■tor. nztOTM, Bsf... Ca«h acfi.. 
t«n, Bbow Caaei, Oonntara, 

ShalTtng', Bto. 

610 WEST tuLXM Raaav 

Home rhon., Otty lilt 



Horns Phons, Parkway 60 

Camb. Phone, South 933S-J 

FRED WARNS, JR. 
PBESOBIPnOir DBU0OI8T 

TAYLOR AND HERRY BI \'T a. 



Home Phone, Shawnee 808 

HENRY OOSS 

Boovoro. auTTBBoro, BPOomro 

Tin Roots Repaired aad PaJated 
AsFhatt Slilagiea a Hpaaelaiiiy 

soil WB8T BROAOtlrAT 



OMBa apOITBITT « LOAB OO 



r. Manager 

Advanced on Your Plate iSaas 
SIS WeNt JefferHon Street 
(Saoond Flaor) 



TELEPHONE TOUR DRUG WANTO   Ooma Ptone City |»«7. 




INCORPORATED 
W« Qly* «ad fttAmm Sunty Ceupoot. 




DO YOU KNOW AiOUT OUR ■■ 

i Household Qub Plan? { 

A Convenient and Dignified Method of Purchasing 
H«i;feM i Requirements wi Dt^erred 
Payments. 

The outstanding features of this method are its con- 
yenitnce in making purchases without any considerable outlay 
of caa^ The a^raataffe of buying on the Olnb Plan daring our 
vazieotMlM AY8AUE:PBI0b£ ^iTha^m i9 the iHoa ot «1m 
gMb td«a^ or a dbmri^cwMm, i mi t M ^t a m wOM to 
a Hoiuahold Olnh n»h cwtoner. thlr^'it polMHif m «d- 

There are no "confidential arrangements. " It is conducted 
a an open basis with a fixed sdiedule of rates. The first 
payments and the monthly payments are the same to all. 



Snivty CrapSM Are Qhr»n to Chib Plan Cvaltlmn ] 

M   n y !»• i I 



OPEN FOR BUSINESS 

NEW CASH DEPARTMENT STORE 

Womea'i Mtd Children's iReadr to Wear. Uw'» Faroishings and Piece 
G«da. ia ooEBtct V d MrviceabU qualitieii^An article in ■tore are fresh 
-flM Uiw. Ow Powy -B«y i or^asbrMl {erdbhi sbmU •vwheftd, amall mar- 
rgSioAatnott value. 

OXJTI^ET 

CASH DBPARTMEISTT STORE 

nfoparoiuTaD 



899 WEST JRWBltSON S TREET 



CANDIES? 




ft 



i Rudolpn & Baiier i 



234 W. Marki. TWO-STORES 23$-3a;w.l«thnM ! 



if iGOOD FURNITURE 

AT MODERATE PRICES FOR 

XMAS GIFTS 

That aro practical and ccnu tor table, as,-i^«s aftnK^lve in design. \ 

  fliNfti are tbe patterae that we are -lil^ilMvil this MMV* , 
Oall and loolc over our large s«decllafe cjl T URNITUSl^' Mv|4i U no J 

  tftluMif at all to show you, whether you buy or not. ' 

iWM. it MA.YER: 

i 41 9 West Market Street 



You Can Buy Investment Stamps 
Many Places in Louisville. 

\* ■ 

A GCUM ULATING by usiog the investment stamp 
plan is liked by many people. Possibly you do 
not know that t|i0 Ixmisville Gas and ELectnc Gkmpany 
Investment' Stamps can be purchased at many stores 
and shops in Ix uisviUe in addition to our. office* 

THIS STAMP PLAN provides a very simple and 
convenient method for laying by a few doUa^ a month. 
The stamps may be cashed for their full value at any 
time or converted into the company's securities. They 
earn interest for the ^isrch^r from the time be buys 
each stamp* 

INVESTMENT DEPARTMENT " 

Louisville Gas & Electric Company 

1 311 West Chestnut Street. 



Eighty-tbree Years of Consistent Returns To Investors 



IHERMAN STRAUS § SONS® J 

We Qivc and Reileeni 0«ld Tradlnt ftampe. 




BOYS^ SUITS 

$10 

We are offering you these Suitrl 
at a very special price, just toadver* ^^^^"^ 
tise our Boys' Department. These 
Suits are made of good woolen mate- 
terials, splendidly tailored and fin^ 
ished* 

THp SPECIAL PRICE IS NQW 

$10 



COAL 

Western Kentucky 71; 

Mine Run. . . . V^''*^ 
EMtcrn Kentucky 7C 

Lump ^1,10 

TEBMS CASH 

B. & B. 

Ice and Coal Co. 

Phones-City 1»2» und 1(»40 
■Aoiitli .'{12. 



La«t Sunday ef eattiff -Aire Amer- 
icas Baarionist' Fi«b«CB mt St. 
mdbmei Mooaaiery, ■'Wm. -IIM ok«a, 
to taka w vorlc to {b^ mMon 
ot China. They ajv Rev. Fathom 
Oel'eotlne jloddan, of Kaivdolph, 
Mass., Superior of £he band; Agatho 
|Purt»ll, ot West H* boken. N. J.; 
F^Iavlan MulHna, ot AtlteoB. Pa.; 
I Raphael Vasoe. of Ph'fadelphia. 
land TtnMltby McPermott, of Pltt,« 
liiirRh I.mprewiive ce«iieiuoni»H ia 
connt'ciion with tho d'pparture of I 
j t'he mission Ijantl wiero Md at the ^ 
W«j8t HobokHB Monaatergr. lUght , 
Rerv. Bishop O'Connor, of N \r«r,k. [ 
I pre8id* (l at the ceremony ns rel- : 
' ebranl- of solemn ronipllno, folio wed 
jty a fierwofl an4 si i(niin'bi'n.v! . ■ ... ' 
Rigrhl Re^r. John 4. Dunn, Au^^Uiary 
Blabop 0t N«w yMi. iitio , tor tbm 
laat fieremteae }^«ar| ndH ^ireoted tlva 
actlvltiea aC the SooJoty lor tli« 
Prttpa«at^ of  ih« F^ailb in ttte 
Arelidiiocaae of lUe^ York, i;r^che t 
the aemnoik   , 

It to -worthy 9ft m9t« tb&i flvc 
tmn atteiT the dukh frt St. Paul of 
CroM, their CkiMM«r, the Pas- 
w ere invJteii to make a 
founda,tlon In Vtie ^is, of Pekia. At 
the time tlie tnritapoa couM noit be 
I accepted. Now; nearly a '^iury 
Repair Work Proaaptlr Attaaded Vm an«l a lialf \auer. Pt a ion Ut a- a fe go- 
ing to Ohina, not ifrom Ronia, but 



WALNUT 

TnEATqR 

,   HOME 
OP 

HIGH CLASS PICTURES 
AND * 
GOOD MUSIC. 



OAS VTtnSQ AMD 

tlOBERT E. iOH 



100» MART STRBBT 
Pboaa Ottr S70S 



Home Shaw. 105 Cumb, West 39s 

SIMON PONTRICH 

J^tORIST 
Cut Flowers, Designs, Pleats 

y TwMly-ciihtb aad CraerawoodL 




, , CLEAJVIIVG 

IN'S .SUIT® 

With Minor Repairs Free Saves Baying 

^s and Rugs Swiss Cleenecl or SiMuoapoood. 

Eyeing leads and pleases. 

SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS 



Overr BuUnaaa HM- SonetSlSS Itactra 
Te pff«/ Ita Cnatomers 

AT »13 EAST BROADWAY, HAS 

WHOLE WHE AT FLOUB 
WHOLE WHEAT 



«k« Mat SSe 



itr UTi 



PHONK8 



BMt *OTi 



trora Antertca, a oOuotry wMcllr but 
a decad« ago w«« ttamed as « for- 
eign ml eelpoary fta^. 

FRIENDS GIV^ jtaowi^ 

Miss Maud's Bmenr waa *j gB  ic«m 
at a .mlscellan«oii^ i^how«r si i]«r 
IkOnve in Shavnioe Terraoq, In 
lionor Of Miw I,oto.''*e HIM. 
marri.iK   to Iluheit K. Hazel 
tako pla«.e early in January. 
Invited were MdiKlum «i Doi^gtaa 
WiHiams. K.Tyniond.' MiiHw. Mtoa^ 
LouUe Hill. Irma Atkins, WjiAb-' 
Hoyer, Many Paul Klynn, Margery 
Kul-nwr, Joe^Ulne |l«LaiLp;hlin, Vir- 
rlnia Moore, ClairapJ^bman. Ger- 
trnd'O Bnxe, B^tmO. Jbrtnini. Helen 
I Brown, CaitlierlM" Mni«hit ^r 
! garot RtcbardHon, fVancein Smiftli, 
I Mlairy Gatb«rlin« Komilff. Mae Scally 
M« Beatrice Caeaflly^ yarisa SclmelW 
; Ixoretta Sobsel'dor,) Inez SduuJtt 
BreJyn Scbmitt. Jggi. JUDarg»reit 
SiDerr, Blaude 



SHOES 

For Every ^Member 
of the i^nily at 

FRED FEIGE& SON 

431 £. MARKET ST. 



IFREO ERHART 

ARCHCTECT 

NORTON BUILDING 
M. W. Cofmr Fou/tk and teffirsM 



Wbere the Quidl 'Heal Come$ In 




toU. iMtoJtod Md tail irl 
R & SON, w. MARKET ST f 

THE NABlib KENTUCKY A INDIRA DATRIEB GOMPANT MAAfTS 

PUKE FASTEUBIZEP l^ILK AMD Pm OU0TS 
^ EUTTEE i 8F||0TAlfY 
nt CS^oiS«r Will SAoir Tlti^ t«S'iin^ m» istarasU It 

K. AE   L PBOonm 

FOR SALE AT AliL GROCERS 

KBNTMCICY AND INDIANA DAIRIES CO. ) 

^' Ineorporated " 

JACKSON AND FBBB AVENUE BOTUPHONES i2«2 





 1S t« 4Sa a. aracklaiiaf •! Xianak Tmrt ana awnak. ft«0aa m ei. 



mm 



JOHN L RAnERMAN 

FUNi;ilAL DIRECTOR 

21 14' WB8T MARKET STRBBT 

^iiones— Sliawaae 1043. Conibarlaad 

Mar-Lwiet 1179. 



INTO KTGH? 



REST. 



Oftl««617 8o tli Koiirili. 



tf09 Huath Sixth* 



S. O. T. CQA*^ CO. 



CLAV AND RIVBR ROAD 



B. M06 



Esai^ni Kentucky iiump $T.OO 

Stofkrns BaMtern Kentuoky Block ^, 7.00 

Dlamoud Klock l,ump — — 6.9S 

DianondBlaek Snt.,..\ 0.70 

Diamond Block Nnt and SUwk 4.20 



A GOOD INVESTMENT 

I hare a nanaJter of seooad mortyaf e notes amply s«oiws4» 
whink I will s«U at a surflelont dlscoant to make a very atm«n«e 

iBveatment. ..   

IIABION E. TATXA» BLDG. TAMPTON AUBUCHOM, PvM. 

Main mS City 3 4:!0 



t^ OmjVUi LE CEREAL. MIUU OO, 

Incorporated 

Barly Suaday luofning Mrs 
O'Connor, a««d 01; ' 
of Cbrlntopher O*' 
etemaJ rest at iitoltionie 
. D ai ^ Brdhouse, 1619 West Bma 

'•lSi,y°'?ro«?nrp';;«lSrF^' 9 00Paor.^Kif»^r«- 

njojiet 4Lmi  BiiOOM strbbts 

Wmv JSSS:8mitb ISSB 



Maaofacturera of the Celebrated 

III ,1. 1 

"NONKSLCH" 




CATHOIJLC OHFHAN SOCXRnr. 



Tiomorrow tb« parlSli bronclveB of 
ttao OathoUc Orpbaa Society irtU 
bold tlMlr anottal «|«atk n, vbeii 
TnuvtQes and ofllcent for tlie condnc 
year wHl be «lMMen. On th« first 
Bun iay in Janu|kry the Board oil 
Truetaee wUI meet and elect oOmmi 
Cor tlia . ttpntral Socdety, Who mmSI 
•amime tlMlr duties ftt once. 



WOaiBN PLAir SAMTA. 



HOME PHONE CITY 2528 
7SS E. BROADWAY. • LOUISVILLE, KY. 



ni^ablcd s )i(lier(^ ai I'oUr ItoapMala 
will be prec^intiKt with Ctarlatinaa 
packages hy t,he JeTctraoo County 
War Mothers M' s. W. D. HuffnMUi. 
PraMent of th4  War Mothers, i« in 
diarge ot arrang^mients, aseloted by 
Mrs. Albert »t«iin. General Cbalr- 
man and ChaJrnian of the Marine 
HoapHal Committee; Mrs. H J. Ar- 
noM, Chairman for Haiolwood San- 
atoHum, and Mra. D. W. Dyer, 
Chilrmftn for Warerly HlHa Sana- 
tori'um. Oittfi of oakie, candy and 
niuts win be tak«n to the eoMiere 
In the itw o siuiatoriums Doccmber 
27, and a,t  tbe Maftaa Ho«tbal, De- 
cember 39 Ttkoee at Deaconeos Hoa- 
pitsl wUJ,»J«o got presents and 
Chriatmaa cheer. 



in Catholic circlea ajH was an 

charity worker. Shi leaves a larye 

number of fri«n ls Anjd relative* to 
mourn hor doath. ijer funeral took 
p!ac« Tuasday momlpg from Sacr«d 
Heart church, Hev. 'Father FrancHa 
O'Connor celeibratlngi. the *^«nfn re» 
quiem iiiasa 



BAMBLT BROS. SHOE STORES 
All KfaKla of Footwear Vor the 

Two HAMBLT'S Store* 



BiSHtrr RYAN'!? jrnrLKK. 



Right Ilov J. J. Itvan. Ri.shop of 
Aiton. U to relebraite the fiCipth 
ann-lversary of his oi^ination  o ihe 
prlserthood on Decon^r 2.'!, iuit a.t 
the earnest reqiiastjOf the vener- 
able iprelttta there will be no for mad 
oommemoratJon of tli^ eveiDit. Bl«hOip 
Ryan ha« been at Vl^ head of the 
Alton diocfise siqee ' 1888. He 1» 
known as a gentla anin, avianae to 
puWic notice of any IBnd. preferring 
to go quietly abiout/ h.la pri«stly 
duties and spend Us ^elaure time in 
Btu ly. The ren6raiue prelate haa 
a numlier of relative^ In l.outvTin«. 
' ■■ — — 

DAVPHTERS op |SABELJ,u4. 

Dr. Irwin Ab^t fr%l Mdr«As the 
ineelinfr of the Daurl^am^ o  Taabella 
oa Tuesday evening, ^D*o«mi»er 20. 
at Kntsrhts i»i Coiurtibus H*». A 
Very in' -r"«f ing nme'.cal Droipumma 
Mis uKso been arran^d. Thto wtU 
be all i;i en meetia fto wWch all 
Hre invltad. 



H.BOSSE®SON 

Funeral Directors 
and Embatmers. 

Teleplioiie V  U2 
OOO EC* liMfOAli-WA 



2«th and Portland 
18th and Magazine 



8baw. 1719 
Olty 7ie« 



WIAOa FOR 8CH00Ii». 



Ai |iruxim ately four hundred and 
liit(i- luitwlsonip .silk American flage 
were pre.-'tMitcd to parochial wlioolo 
b) the Aiuencaa J./Dglian the pa«t 
week. A statT and stand aooom- 
paalad aaeh flag so that at aill times 
sitt^^ k4U Oteupy a prominent place 
In iHm  Btam poo ma. TUs was In 
6incinnait!l. 



MEONTOALB ^VKSStS. 



the Montdala 'OlWb turn elected 
the following ofBoers Sor tl e comin« 
year: T, D. Hagan, Pf esidei\t; C. J. 
Scharteaberger, Vice President; J. 
O. SuUlTan, Se^Nktary; C. L, Bow lee. 
Treasurer, amjl Bnky, Sl^.xicul 
Director. Mont« ate h&a Juaf com- 
(tleted u 3u ic« ««ful yeai-. hiding a 
bai»el)iaU t*'ani tha.t was defeated 
only twicn .and ca.ptiire i first indi- 
vidual honor in the oroiss-country 
run on Thankafriving day. Tlni* club 
provides «plend;d entertaJnment tor 
tlie youiis peop'e of th# aoutiiern 
taction of the city. 



Drs. Harrison and Strassburg' 

W* Make a Specialty of All Branolutg pf Dentistry. 
We U|e AH Me44«|i AppUavee* fa t^e jmrnlaattM 9t ■fmlih 

131 SOUTH FOURTH smer" 



Next Door to Dan Cohan 



Store. 



Phone City 4M8 



Phone City 4008 



iiii m i n iaii n ii m iiiii mrt i n i 



GRAN W. SMITH'S SON 



AL. S. .SMini, PROP. 



Funeral Aicector and EniiMlmer 

BOTH PNONBt ITlO. 
SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. 



DOUGHERTY & MdEUlOn 

. . 1227 «EiT MARKET STREET, 

Funeral Directors and Embalmersi 

; Cumb. Mala Zit9»-m' * Home CUy 399S 

    MHM »«»*e«4»»^e»»aaaatl »l H ii li nn »»  




BOMBPHOMB88 CUMBBRf,ANl  MAIN 397Uj | 

J. J. BARRETT'S 50NS 



i 



FUNERAL DIRECTORS 
AND EMBALMERS. 

lB amt AXaixx 



i   aaaa% M »w^f»l l taiaiiWi  iiaw»%» aiM iii»»»»»ia%aei ^ ^ 



Fam«ral Director and Embalmer 



'ft-n* a 



UKiamt.ijiL «• 



Kentucky Irish American, 1921-12-17

4 pages, edition 01

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