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HERMAN STRAUS SONS J
We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons.
A Splendid Showing Of
On your Klft Hat there will bo few things that will "fit lln'
more appropriately or that will bo more acceptable than a pair of
"Cosoy Toes," tho restful footwear.
KtAn r litviiflnna antt mn.Ilnnchod felt and (ICSiCnCtl tO fit
f anugly every curve of tho foot, they are so warm and comfortable
to Blip Into In tho ovonlng. And now la the timo to nuy mem,
while tho selection and range of sizes is amplo.
For Father, Mother, Sister, Brother, . Wife,
Sweetheart or Friend.
WOMEN'S COSEY TOES Thoso are shown in all of tho popu
lar colors, with chrome kid soles
' prices $1.75 to $2.75
"WOMEN'S JULIETS Those have fur and Tlbbon trimmings,
leather soles and heels, and may bo had In all the staplo colors
prices $1.75 to $2.45
MEN'S COSEY TOES With kid chrome soles and leather
soles and heels; the colors are brown, gray and black
prices $2.00 to $3.25
BOYS' COSEY TOES Leather soles and heels, and also kid J?
chrome soles; the colors aro gray ana uiacK
per pair $1.75
MISSES' COSEY TOES In kid chrome and also with leather
soles and heels; tho colors aro red, pink, light blue and old rose;
also Children's Cosoy Toes ...... ., -,
prices $1.45 to $1.75
INFANTS' COSEY TOES A dainty warm little slipper to in
case tho feet of "tho dearest baby in tho world." They have soft
felt soles, and are shown in pink, blue and old rose; sizes 2 to 5
per pair $1.25
SHOE SECTION BACON'S SECOND FLOOR.
READING BY LAMPLIGHT
Are you equipped so that you can employ tho evening hours to the
best advantage? See us if tho glare of electric lights causes you annoyance
or if you-get a headache from attending the movies.
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y superior Deep uurve juenses, wnu uy uiuuuuug u t.iuu,
o case and cord complete $4.50
Superior Shelltex Rims 7GcExtra
We fill your oculist's prescription or duplicate your old lenses.
No charge for examination.
677 S Fourth Ave. LouisviUcQf
Pay Your Debt To Yourself
Tho productive year of your youth owe a
debt to the unproductive years of your old
age a debt of comfort and independence.
What provision are you making to discharge
OUR "AMORTIZATION" PLAN
IS THE SURE WAY
Call and let us talk this over with you.
I The Fidelity and Columbia Trust Company
Columbia Building Fourth and Main
Capital and surplus for yonr protection $2,850,000.00
f jdTfSjfck The
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JctwP . Best
1 Hf ' SeWillg
n"isbffllHHnt " Machines
HOW MANY TIMES HAVE YOU WISHED you had a sewing
room where you could keep your sewing machine out of sight and
out of the way.
MOST SEWING MACHINES are more or less unsightly
generally in the way seldom used and good for nothing but sewing.
NOT SO THE ELECTRIC CABINET TYPE.
HERE IS A PIECE OF FURNITURE YOU'D BE PROUD
TO HAVE most any place in the house a cabinet writing detk
with the sewing machine invisible when not in use and instantly
available when needed.
See them in our display rooms reasonably priced easy terms,
of course. .
Louisville Gas & Electric Co.
311 West Chestnut Street
We dive and Redeem Gold Trading Stamp.
ALL AROUND AND ABOUT THE BASEMENT
ARE THOUSANDS OF
Germ-proof Slato Boards, with
Plush Dolls; special 45c
Bight-Key Pianos 90c
Child's Chair; natural flinish,
Wo have a largo variety of
Celluloid Rattlers; values up to
tbc; special . .
Celluloid nolo Dolls; mado in
Japan; 25c bIzo; special for Mon
Child's Breakfast Sots; consist
of plate, cup and saucer; bpo-
Dolls' Stockings; pair ......2c
Ironing Boards 23c
The Stocks in Gift Department Are
Really Things of Beauty
Dinner Chimes 91.00
Shinning Outfits $1.00
Corn Forks $1.00
Japaneso Dusters 50c
Incenso Sots 25c
Medicine Glass Covers and
Engagement Books 91.00
Soap Bulbs Pipes 50c
Mahogany Candlesticks ...25o
Mahogany Candlo Lamps, com
U. S. Bank Tanks 25c
Sewing Baskets, 75c to $5.00
vunuy jars $1.00
Both Phonds 1323 Auto Delivery
JOHN M. MULLOY
212 West market street.
HIGH GRADE COFFEE
Coffee lb.. .,....',.... ..' 40c to OOo
Tea, lb. 80c to $1.25
Coco, lb 4o0
Bilking Potfdcr 30c to OOo
Extract, partubo 300
Pie Filling !. 25o
Egg Mitt 20 eggs for 25) 25o
What They Have Been Doing
the Fast Week General
Woolens, Silks, Georgette,' Crepe He
Chine and All Dainty Materials.
YOUR GROCER HAS IT.
I BY MAGIC-KELLER SOAP WORKS
HARVEY-JELL1C0 COAL CO.
The Company With the Coal and the Service.
.Famous Black JooIiUinp Coal from Eastern Kentucky. $7.00
vper tod delivered; $0.00 per ton at yards.
Yards located at Fifteenth and Magnolia. Yard at First and A.
Yard and Elevator, Popo and Payno Streets.
Botli Phones at All Yards.
Where the QuicK Meal Comes In
Where work" la qalcklj
Where cooking seem
Where, baking gives fie
light; Where drudge la emt of
That's where tht
"QaJek MeI eera
Division 3 held its annual elec
tion of officers last night.
Division 4 will hold'iis eiecuuu 'Si
officers next Monday evening.
Tho Ladles' Auxiliary of Indian
apolis is to take a most active in
terest in tho Irish Republic bond
Tho ten divisions of tho Ladies'
Auxiliary of Marlon county had a
big Joint Initiation last Sunday at
The latest tabulations show Divis
ion 5 loading In the San Francisco
membership contest. A sensational
finish is assured.
The Ladles' Auxiliaries of St.
Paul are Increasing their member
ship. Their social evenings are
popular and largely attended.
The membership drive between
tho nine San Francisco divisions
continues with unabated interest,
and each week hundreds aro placed
Upon tho rolls.
Division 3 of Romo, N. Y gavo a
delightful Thanksgiving day recep
tion and 'dance to tho men of tho
order who have been In the service
of Cue' army and navy.
Tho Success of the San Francisco
campaign has resulted in starting
similar drives in all parts of the
United States, with 1,000,000 mem
bers as tho objective for next year.
Three divisions at St. Joseph,
Mo., will hold a class initiation in
St. Patrick's Hall on December 18.
An effort is being made to bring
into tho order all men eligible to
The County Board degree team
'aitiated a very largo class for La
dies' Auxiliary G at St. Paul. An
entertainment and refreshments fol
lowed tho work, the meeting being
very successful from every point.
National President Deery and Mrs.
Ellen Ryan Jolly, of the Ladles'
Auxiliary, delivered addresses last
Sunday when the Government mark
ers were placed upon tho graves at
Notro Damo of the Sisters of tho
Holy cross who served as nurses In
the civil war. Tho markers were
placed by a representative of tho
SACRED IIKART ACADEMY,
Tfc CrroUa Boarding sad Day School
Tor Glxls and TConse "Wonua.
CSSSCSNT HXLS, SOUXSVXUMB, XT.
Hleh Moral and Intellectual Rtnnd.
ards. Catalogue Sent Free. Address:
Secretary, Sacred Heart Academy,
LOUISVILLE ....... KENTUCKY
Late News That Will Interest
Members Here and Elsewhere.
JOHN B. RATTERMAN
Iowa has over 23,000 members.
John D. Kearney Is now In har
ness as Lecturer for Newport Coun
Bishop Carrell Council at Coving
ton has named John B. Lane as Lec
turer for the ensuing year.
Indianapolis will hold a first de
gree initiation Monday night, for
which a surprise has been prom
ised. About 100 candidates for mem
bership in Hamilton county councils
were Initiated at Cincinnati tho past
Thirty-five young men wore re
ceived into the council at Sidney,
Neb., being tho seventh initiation
Union Council at Syracuso had
WE ARE RESPONSIBLE.
BEST SERVICE IN TOE CITY.
Puis Cleaning' and Dyeing' Co.
IIARRY B. DRIVER, President.
Both Phones 2635. 421 W. Chestnut St.
LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK
For Your Savings U. S. Government Protection.
More than 35.000 Bank Accounts, representing 100,000 peopla with a total
deposit of more than $10,000,000, is tho monument of confidence built by tho
people of Louisville at this safe, conservative sixty-five-year-old bank.
UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND
2114 WEST MARKET STREET
PhnnM anon.. ruruA I another third degree initiation Sun
WtiT 3 Cmnber,and day, Last night a largo class took
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nil AND I )&4
STORES- FOK THE GRAVES.
' Where the
Where the eftl Is
Where the mage etaada
Tfcat'a where the
OaWk Meal m KbaAm 8el, tUi mA Hlgkly Hw Je4
GEHER & SON, w. met
Mrs. Ellen Ryan Jolly, LL.D., past
National President of the Ladles'
Auxiliary to tho A. 0. Hi, Is the
happy recipient of a communication'
from Quartermaster General wood,
stating that the first allotment of
markers for the graves of nuns who
served In the civil and Spanish
American wars has been sent to St.
Mary's College, Indiana. The num
ber df markers required by the Sis-'
ters of St. Mary's is eighty-seven.
One will be placed at the head of
each grave of the. nuns who served
on the battlefields during either the
civil war or the Spanish-American
war. This is the first of eighty
groupe which will be sent to differ
ent sections or the country, In point
of fact, to every section, for there
is no State in the Union which did
not send its quota or nursing nuns
to the battlefields.
DAUGHTERS OP ISABHIiLA.
The regular bi-monthly meeting
I of the Daughters of Isabella, Louis
I villa Circle 84, will take place Sun-
r !ay aiteraoon. December 7. at
T IKRiphts of Columbus Kell at S
If You Are an Employer
AndNeed a Girl Worker,
If You Are a Girl Worker
And Need a, Position
Main 3349 .CALL US City 3359
National Cattwtfc War Council
6S7 Se0 rnrth St.
East Side. Fourth, 1 Near Broadway.
Cedar Rapids had another busy
day last week Initiating thirty-two
candidates, with thirteen moro un
able to be present.
Tho double initiation of candi
dates for Bishop Carrell Council on
Saturday and Sunday sorved to at
tract a large numbor of visiting
Knights to Covington.
Tho Knights at Middleton, Ohio,
havo purchased for $30,000 tho
magnificent Crane homo, at Fourth
street and Curtis avenue, in the
most attractive section of that city.
The Catholic Student Homo,
which is bolng built at the Univer
sity of Missouri by the. Knights of
Columbus or. Missouri. Is nearlng
completion. It will bo formally
opened January 14.
Tho famous northern Kentucky
team, under the leadership of Capt.
Michael Rohan, of Lexington, did
the honors at the Covington Initia
tion in a manner not to bo soon
forgotten by tho candidates, who
voted Mike a prlnco.
Initiation of classes in the Blue
Grass section of Kentucky are
scheduled as follows: Loxlngton,
December 7; Frankfort, December
14, and Paris, December 21. The
noted northern Kentucky third de
gree team will participate in each.
THOMAS KEEN AN
1529 WEST MARKET STREET
L. D. BAX
Funeral Director and Embalracr
717-719 B. CHESTNUT
AWARDED TO TINSLEY.
UUMli PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071-y
J. J. BARRETT'S SONS
5 tjirn' faest jJLfctiix pTxeei;,
Tho handsome bungalow bed set,
donated by Miss Fannie" Cuniffo to
the euchre entertainment last
month for tho benefit of St. Aloy-
sius church, has been awarded to
A. O. Tinsloy, 720 East Market
street. This was one of tho prizes
mat attracted most Attention, being
very pretty and artistic in every do-tail.
BAKMRY AX COXFMCTiONERY
10 ORftUC M'F'K'S.
ilW' 'Seam, mpmtli Stwet
Falling to stifle the Irish Ameri
can sea traffic- by outrageous treat
ment of American crews in Irish
ports, Britain's latest move is an ef
fort to intimidate the Moore-McCor-mack
American steamship line run
ning between Dublin and New York.
English steamship agents in Dublin
have been ordered to refuse business
to the line under penalty of losing
the patronage of the British lines
served by the same agencies. The
result has been that already several
vessels ' of the Moore-McCormack
Line have been obliged to make the
return trip without cargoes. Not
withstanding these taetics, the Irish
Amerlean Line is fighting back and
he decided to open- egiees of Us
ewm la Dublia.
DOUGHERTY & McBLUOHi
1227 WEST MARKET STREET,
I Funeral Directors and Ernbaimers
BOTH PrxOJVJECS. -
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GRAN W. SMITH'S SON
ALES. SMITH, ;PROP. .
Funeral Director and Embalmerl
JBOTH PHONES .810.
I SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STSi'f
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