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JHDEDICnTTJOTCr XWJIE' j-Mcbij:oj..
wemust notbe blind to the dan
gers. Now Is th time to guard
against them. ,
. KEKTU6KY IRISH MERKM.
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.
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December 19 Christmas enter
tainment ot St. Patrick's school la
hall, Sixteenth and Market.
December 31 New Year ere en-tn-fiinma.nf
of ta.ru fwn and nlfhL bv
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Tho cataoirc 'leiegrapa nun wuo jm 0f Altar Society, m su ue-
Ur declaring that the Government ot cilia-'e Hall.
t tk KENTUCKY HHS1 W M,MI lrtf Strwt civilization and has given. Its armed.
I minions license to wage a barbar-' Mrs. Mary Q, Mullen will leave
ouaVar with tire and sword against soon after Chrletmaa tor a vtelt at
tho people ot Ireland because, for- St Louis.
sootlTtho Irish mefct upon Mr -Vork ff&tliffiSK
God-given right ot determining their Mrs Vincent Paacale, and Dr. Paa-
LOUISVILLE. KY SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1920 llo aa well aa M'ra. L. H. Sacketto has returned
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ducting ' a
To Ms readers, advertisers
friends the Kentucky Irian Ameri
can wishes a merry and holy Christ
mas and happy Now Year. May the
blessings ot God attend your hearts
and homos and the Joy ot the sea
son fill your, ul9. "And so," as
Tiny Tim observes, "God bless us,
. va . TkT - m iA nn n an
r -.., retail: midnight Invasion ana iron ucm. -
agatoat dofonselosa and ! J iT:!'!... .,.'
and twmnlo iwvwlu. .-.-.-, , -- , Hte9 Hienrieiia uannoa uu iv
jjwiMv. i, on.l m-asniArlM -TO OmV FOIKO ,.. J f o MLnV-nn1 vial to
lUAO M1U . . v.. 1 V w .- tlllllTJU I1UU1 C. 1W. ... -
The Friends ot Irish Freedom in
Kentucky very wisely decided to get
In back ot President Do Valera. Ho
is tho chosen representative ot the
Irish pooplo and their appointed en
voy to America, and we make no
mistake when we trust and deal
with (him. The Friends ot Irish
Freedom .have shown, and with sin
gular unanimity, the highest form
ot solf-doalal and patriotism.
Dr. Mulllns said out ne wa sur- - ov of England's gov- Miss Durrett Oglesby at Fort Benja
prised, at tbe prosperous condlt on m p 071r7land. Aseaaaination mln Harrison, I
of the people of Ireland, seeng nmrrtflran; throata aEalast tho Mrt Martin Broderick d -!
nothing but lino rarms, uno caiwo, -- " - . . . , vw A ""a wro weeK-ona kusuj ui .
' B . . Ti-Wli .Hlorarchv and CCerfty SuOW V 4 ,. j.j nr.-i. Tiowltn
nhon etc The correstonaentta oi -- -- paruuut, mi. " ". i. .,
sneop, eic. i wuuji- ,. - trnift frlehtfulncLB is mmri.M
the New York World he NewYorK trresponslble black btfr. and MlB. B. B. Howard have
Tribune, the Now York American ,,, f nviA Britain, returned to the city from Pewee
and other reputable critics report """J. ', ea,. reader. Valley, having sold their homo there
just the contrary and in their ar- .Cpnsder tor a moment. 2JJ to c4rlea McDevitt.
tSes .hive told personally of wlt-se fiendish cruelty ol ! turning : ma- JNora D m
5LJ Tn,ft L,,ffrtae of Dersecutetl chine-gun tiro upon the people as- k f Swcet Brler Va., to
nossing tho BuHerlng or persecmew f.h-n .m. and you o,n,i ,, ?,imbs with har oarents.
Irish peopio, men. women and chll- of Mf flnd Rlna j, H Dufty
. fni a vavHlfisn rid I 1IQ w
aren, ino ojiujo wnwus, w-o.
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MAKES THE BE8T OF ALL XMA8 PRESENTS. It Has Ah Intrinsic Valae That Lasts Long After tho
Holidays Are Gohc. If Yob Are Going To diva JEWELRY Yoa May Be ParUcBlarly Interested la
tho Splendid Pieces Wo Are Showing.
present Mrs. F. A. Henriott, wno unaer-
UrcUi x uu oauio " v w t-i n.fl
dally and weekly that thoy havo verror J" ""7.. ti, went n serious operation at
seen the Black and Tans kill cattle umo- "l itatl Mal7 d Elizabeth Hospital, is now
.. j T.i ni. hv !, hun- are told that we ought not agitate cayaiescent aild doing nicely.
T T,SJ Dr MulUnsor the Irish question in the United Mra. 0barle8 SuUlvan will enterr
dreds. Who la right. Dr. Mulln9 never hesitated, to tain on December 27 from 4 to .8
the many trained observers that are Armenian nuesUon or o'clock with a tea for Missej MU-
reporting dally? "t!0,. rL lZ Z lred Sullivan and Annie A. Mead.
Again! It the reverend gentleman tho PolUh quest : J were never Mfc KatnJ ta0
ta XhT lhat there Is no real trou- afra!d to protest against the anti- B, a Lawrtmco L. Jones, Jr.,
s right, that " "j;;;". Jewish pogroms of Europe, for we wJtl BOiomnlSed January 6 at St.
ble there, or is there anything for nnvIrilvv, ,.,., tha Armeniana, Patrick's Cathedral, New York City.
hLs British friends to be aahamea . ... , vi , vr.r m.ii hu ro,Mm TWv
That the Amorlcan peoplo acted
wisely to, repudiating tho League of
Nations is shown by the disappoint
od- attitude ot Lloyd George and
othora of our biggest creditors In
Europe. American tourists are told
that Europe has ne thanks or men
tion for (America's part in tho war,
and the League ot Nations Is a fail
ure because Uncle Sam will not re
fuse to finance the venture and pull
some more chestnuts out of the fire
-for John Dull and bis hoggish empire.
IHGH WATER MARK.
thA Polos and tho Jews were being Mtes Nancy Birch win return ue-
of, why does the urinaa uovern- - MU,nlaA. OT,,i for the comber 20 from St. Marys-oi-ine-
ment refuse pasqports to a disinter- Jtly Ptod. and tor the ed the holidays
ested commlUoTeelected from tho vei eam0 reasoa we Y COIlUnuo with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aroh
estea commiMoe sejecwa "YIU vu" aTraign England and to espouso Brcn.
Committee of One Hundred now Ireland-6 use until right shall tri- vriWam Kelly, who Is attending
.0 .r - - umoh over might,- until tno inan xaio uniTenuiy, wm " ,.
did tho British Government allow "mPn 17 to ep6nd the holidays wjth
Dr. MUIns to wander around loose, ' People ba 1 enjoy, as thoy t to fa& Rlr and Mrs Jam09 B
, "1"'."mo .... - on . , .. onjoy, their own free government. K ..
aSo7other? S ,gnUemen Z ThViubUe opinion ot the wprld la K. James Noona, who has been
allow others? These genUemen ore h s0 oI Ireland. corlousjy m at her home on Bell-
not biased, being selected from . m . ,. fl, flublu. OBln. anue, te bow convalescent.
Protestants, Catholics and Jews "- ..,. mni,rt and it is thought sho will be able to
n. ion oLruueei. ""- -- - bo up anu- about for Christmas.
i tin Un iiu wnt mnniH in acceuiB ck, n . .. .. t. .i,tt- n
'""' "- . ijr. anu uitb. xa. m. iuiwk "
among tho Committee ot One Hu
dred. But in conclusion Dr. Mul
Una, m tno opinion oi mauy. ku compeCled to hear. We ask to spend tho holidays with their
his story when he told of taking . darter. Mrs. Will I a F Brace.
luncu wiiii jjiuiu uwiBi-p un-o ....-i - ...... . .,, wi. v. anu Air. muvo w "'""" ' -
u r. !,. Thfl'n'not cease aguaune ubu. m --
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THEIR CimiSTMAS WANTS.
The destruction ot the fair city
of Cork on last Sunday haa shocked
tho world, and eurpasees for cold
barbarity any ot the many outrages
that are Justly imputed to British
Government in lta otfort to fasten
the shackles of slavery on tho varl
ous peoples It tyrannizes over. The
Amrltsar massacre recently by
English forces in India caused tho
world to shudder, but the burning
of Cork whilst the English army
under Strickland stood idly by is
tho high water mark ot barbarity.
Today tho English authorities,
frlghtenedvby their own flendish
ness, are endeavoring to bluff their
way through the storm ot indigna
tion that .has risen tho world over
by ascribing the destructive work to
tho Irish themselves. This Is ever
tim iwitia of those who enadt
duch wanton deeds. But In vain.
Tho world knows who is responsible
and whoso hands are ttalned with
the" blood ot Innocents, and England
must stand condemned before tho
bar of public opinion and lta verdict
will he that one guilty ot murder,
arson and robbery can not longer
stay in Ireland.
HANDS ACROSS THE SEA.
ylbero our distinguished, uarjuso
leader erred. HIa story and views
of Irish conditions would have had
stronger effect If ho had kept se
cret tho story of his tete-a-tete with
FEARS THE TRUTH.
Japan Is making ugly faces at
'America Just now and going around
with a chip on her sholder. Japan's
robbery ot China and Korea has put
her in the same category with her
ally, John Bull. Japanwants tho
Philippines and revenge on tho
United States because her equattora
are not allowed to overrun Cali
fornia. England wants tho United
States curbed because she never al
lows a commercial competitor to
Btay out ot war. Forewarned is
forearmed, and the United States
will havo To prepare on army and
navy that will defy the combination
of Jars and English. Wonder what
tho aands-acroGs-the-scas advocatoj
think ot tho combination arrayed
"against America now, John Butl and
v the yellow heathen.
DR. MULLINB' BLUNDER.
Dr. E. Y. Mulllns, head ot the
BaDtlst Theological Seminary, re
turned from a trip to Europe this
past week, and In an Interview in
the Courlor-Journal gives a pro
EngUsh view of tho Irish question.
Dr, Mulllns said that he was not
surprteed at tho burning ot Cork,
totlmatbig that It was done by the
'irteH. and aid tha,t It would unify
the British Government. In anwer
to Dr. MullIaV insinuation a cora
mtttee of non-parttoaa British labor
ledre la a personal invetlaiUpn
report that British ftoWlers started
the fires and looted the atorea. Far
ther Dr. Mulllns aJd there were
oaly t?o courses for area Britain
te follow, and here a w i
tmtk. H Mid -t&at elthr Iretana
mm b lwi iadapwdwM or eub-
daad by military maaanrM. The
Vwivaraad gatiaaa taltad 4 add
'.feat by whetocata sardeni aaa kiu
fag tfM WtUaa WTWtamw..
Tho British Ambassador at Wash
ington has refused to viio tho pass
ports of members ot tho committee
ot inquiry who are now taking tes
timony regarding atrocities in Ire
land. This means that tho British
Government will not permit ' the
committee to go to Ireland and see
for themselves what the situation is
Tho Ambassador eays ho fears that
tho commission would not get tho
truth. He knows full well that they
would get too much truth to suit
the .purpose 0f his Government. This
refusal to vise passports is In line
with the policy of coercion and re
pression pursued in Ireland. Britain
feare tho light and the truth yjd
daro not face an Impartial inquiry
Into her treatment or iroiontt. -mat
is tho explanation of tho refusal.
Some years ago Great Britain was
very anxious to have an Inquiry
Into the alleged atrocities in Bel
glum. No alalml was then made
that tho investigate should watt
until Belgium had become quiet
No, it should bo made at once. Now
Sir Auckland Goddes lias tho wis
dom to suggest that Ireland must bo
restored to quiet before a commit
too can get at the truth. In other
words, England's bloody -work must
bo allowed to proceed to the, exter
mination 'of tho Irish peoplo before
any investigation can be permitted.
A more open confession of .guilt it
would bo hard to conceive Well,
tho commission sitting in-Washington
will not be ablo to bring forth
cull thOj truth. But 3t has already
brought out enough to condemn to
tho lowest depths of infamy the
Government or Sir Auckland
Geddes. Whether tho committee
were allowed to .proceed to Ireland
or not was a matter that rested
with the British Government. By
Its refusal of the permission it has
chosen to enter on open confession
to uilt to the atrocities charge
made against It.
Tho seniors ot the Holy Rosary
tains It Academy will be guests of honor at
a theater party followed by tea at
Benedict's glvon by the sophomore
class of tho academy on the atter-
r., ,j .u. .. nfc,i(,. ,wni noon of Decerabor 23.
m.gh,t read more on tho subject of SSS. -d
their religion, itb place in tho world, Arthur Angemior, who attends
inxsocloty, In regard .to tho prob- school at Notro Dame, South Bond
lems that confront mankind. The Ind.. will return the lant of the
SXolc U has a correct answer SlWJorS
for overy question that may arlso In avenuo
the human mind wlh regard to the, Mr oml Mrs. Frank E. Flaherty,
things that really count. The alert of Groat .FaJJs, .Mont., will arrive
Cathode will increase both own ne Tuesday, tothChrgt-
prestige and tho respect for his wl,am M ngins and .Miss Hattle
faith by making a study of hla ro- uiggns, 110 East Burnett avenue,
llgion In relation to life and its Mrs. Flaherty will al-o visit her s!s-
meanlngs. The educated, alert, tor. Mrs. Thomas D. Cllnes, In Au-
., , .., ,, i iu dubon Park.
practical miiuvwu """ "
need ot the hour. Every homo
should havo its Catholic newspaper,
which are doing splendid educatlonr
1ION. CHARLES H. KNIGHT.
Ronatnr Charies H. Kriigllt. mem
XZrjfZSZZ iK aiSK-SLgr-pSl
upon religious affairs.
Tho expenses ot tho "American
dn.t of Henry Knight & Son, is
roflfurnlzed as a leader both in bus!
juid nolitical circles. Ho has
"" v1 , , . T ,, nr.v- ronresented hb canstltuents splen
Peace Commission during its work SJKrSJSi- . Hnne and Senate
abroad totaled ?1, 651,191.09. View- at Frankfort and proved his mettle
tag the resudts accomplished, tho m many Instances where loyalty to
trip was costly for the .Govprnment the Pemocratlc fo
particular were factors to be con
sidored and protected.
Senator Knights is ono of tho of
ficers ot that great end growing in
dustry, the Louisville Provision
Homnanv. and liaii laooreu ceasu-
BETTER RAILWAY SERVICE.
The Louisville City Railway Com'
pany's desire to give Eat!sfactlon to" wmpany J 'Mhh
tho public is causing tho company j Jf the bost bu6mesa Interests of
to spare no efforts to safeguard peo-l our cy Senator Knight is noted
pie In every way. Tho emoloyos are tor th0 active part he took in favor
courteous and obllcing and the run-' or no workmen's comDeneation bill,
ntng schedule good. AM over the anu lt may gajd of him that In
city ono hoara nothing but praise overy dnntance wliere tho good of hla
for tho now officials and their o'- native city or tho bpst Interests, of
foi fa lo make tne service ono i iui,n ,! -wore at stane no wim
Tho preliminary work ot organ
izing dlocecan branches of tho Na
tional Catholic Welfare Council te
now well advanced throughout the
country. It Is a great .undertaking
and one it will require time and
hard work to perfect. iAi the out
sot It must be understood clearly
thaf the organization te in no aense
political. It does not laeaa that
Catholic are formln a sew politi
cal party or that ttoey a CataoUos
are organizlag for a po(Rtoal pur
pose. Unlaea all daogero mtoap
preheoakm on thte potot te eleard
away tha movement' win uewat iw
own parpoaa. The Catbolle Warfare
Ctmacil has a bright fatuw bafora it
i th local branches are ornaarsad
and aoedaatMl oa right ltaas. Taara
te work aiaaa tA da ta aaga'tBa
best in tho country.' Little by Mttle
rrAmiin.rit.to aro belnK corrected.
the cars put in better shape, bunch
ing done away with when possible,
and natrons of the various lines 'are
unanimous in complimenting tho
company upon tho good work dono
and tho desire shown to spare no
attnrta in cive the nubl'c a motro-
TolHan car service worthy of Louis
ville. It IS to DO oincoreiy nuitsu
that tho people will reciprocate th3
willingness of the now officials to
give satisfaction, and bear In mind
that no bus'ness can be thoroughly
reorganized and restored to normal,
in a few days, but that all Improve
ments and reoons'ruotion work re
oulro time- patience and executive
ab'llty. and will therefore make al
lowances for mlnpr dorects In the
service which will soon bo corrected.
'SERIOUS ILLNESS DENIED.
Renorts the first of the week that
CaTd'nal Gibbons warn eerioualy ill
!. vn.ma .f 'T?lnrt T. Shrlver at
Union Mills, Md caused h's friends
Hinnucho'iit America a felintr of
much uneasiness, which wa rellev
od Thursday when his phys'clan an.
nm.nnA tTintMiA ATTincted the Oardl
i fn rorfnm to Baltimore within a
few dayst Several times within re
cent month's the Cardial ban nf
f. filieht atUcks of weaknew.
t.iAii 4tMie-'h nnlv momentary, nat
arally eauaed anisiety owing to h's
advanced ar elehty-alx years
Members of b' bonne attributed
these atUcks to a eold and too close
atteotlon to dloowaa atfairg.
LSADKR FOR BOY SCOUTS.
found ever faithful to his trust, and
has more than merited the postlon
ho holds In tho hearts ot h!s fellow
citizens of LouSjville. In local and
State Democracy Senator Knight is
n fnmmnnt flimro and wields con
siderable strength in primaries and
CHARITY FOR ORPHANS.
Thn Catholic Telecrranh recalls
the old and true saying that "Char-
lty coveroin a raumiuuu i """,
and It is a kind disposition of Di
v'ne Providence that Ho has eo con
stituted men that ordinarily they
are Inclined to tho practlco of this
greatest of all virtues. Besides tho
natural inclination to charity, we
hava thn noworful Inducement con
tat-noA n the aseurance of Our
Lord, that any kindness or aid, ex
tended to the poor and needy. He
w'li reward as It offered to Him
self. And therefore the Catholics ot
the Louisville diocese are reminded
that they havo Jurt now an un
usual opportunity of realizing more
than a thousandfold on the promise
of Christ. The Christmas collection
in the churches will be for the ben-
oflf nt nnr nrnhftn homes. Which
Uar fnr hundreds 6t narentlees lit-
Wl AM a4v YiA yxri fiA-
lie nuw ereijr j. "- -. -
s'atance to continue tneir bpibbuiu
ceVvice for' our orphans. The good
bw.M ar tiAvnttne their lives to
educating and making good citizens
r4 tHaoA nnwvr tneir care, uu
-hould !be given generous support
Gov. Morrow An
Senator Beckham A chance to
voto oh tho Irish resolution of sym
pathy. . .
Senator Stanley Presents to give
the Democrats who are holding Ken
tucky in line.
Congressman Cantrlll Tho Dem-
rr-aiKn nomination for GoVOTOOr.
Tobe Hert A Cabinet position If
Harding will forget how K-eniucay
TOnrkinc Pconle A dose ot
poison for the follow who first eug
ctia,i -i chance in administration.
John UUU A D'K army uuu u;
for Japan to tight the United States.
riiinrKn Woipsincer Smith For
the Rorfubllcan bosses to let him bo
Mayor for a aay or two.
Junior Order To carry tho
American flag but only In times ot
peace. " ,
Col. Jim Whallen For Santa
Claus to reward all those kids who
gave him tho surprise birthday
James Greene A list of tho
bridal couples of ncxt spring.
"H'ck" Firemen A easy way to
find them pesky fire plugs.
Jim Garnett More power 'to the
friends boosting him for Governor.
Col. P. H. Callahan 1 debate on
the Irish question with Rev. Russoli
"Judge Matt O'Dohorty A debate
on , tho same question wltfc tho
Keystone Police For those gol-
dern slicker burglars to give thom-
Bolves up. . .
Tirni rvuinollv A record with
Dave Maloney singing "Wearing of
t?iiv Unrrott The new audition to
the Kn'chts of Columbus club house
t. Rhoriflv runlffo Three hun
dred and sixty-five days racing with
n nnon nars and tips from Pad
dock Judsor Dr. Chawk.
Tom Dolan Embossed copies or
tho "Street Cleaner'e Drearai" for hla
friends, . ,
Street Car Police A chain ot res
taurants that servo beefsteak and
Sonator Charles Knight Just ono
more Kttlo whirl at Frankfort.
Dr. J. T. Keany Front eeat at
all of tiho .rood musical comedies.
Franlc MoGrath A eix-fopt ring
.rith the fako political dopester on
the Herald. ,. ,
Dr. H. E. Mechllng A whirl at
the political game next year, and
the same following of friends.
J. Robert Muhs .Santa Claus al
ready broucht his the, Presidency
ot Trinity Council.
M. J. Bronnon Just ono round,
with tho fellow that gives his name
to oil stock salesmen.
Sam Robertson Lota ot sunshine
for h's concrete work.
Frank Dugan Thanks for tho
many bouquets on hl3 record as
Abo Netter Nomination for
Councilman; on the Republican
ticket. , , ,
Al Martin Some loaded cigars so
he can pass them to Fred Stengel
and John Ootken.
rthiAf Patty Blinkers so be will
not soo tho punch board and gam
bling games the ministers are wiom
a Tint f
Tommy Yourell and Jack St. Clair
A life-size tortralt of the present
Burglars' Union Just conunueu
finwoerlty and ho changes In the
Kerttone comedy police department.
Tho Louksvlllo Public Book en
titled "The Mysterious D'sappear
ance of the Street Cleaners."
Insurance Underwriters Book for
each fireman on "How to Save
Eometanlng Bos'des the Ground.
DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA.
fShirts-The Useful Gift
Why not give him something that
he really wants and can make use
of? A roan U alwayi glad to re
$5.00 SHrts reduced to $3.S0 $3.50 Shkts reduced to $2.50
$4.00 ShkU reduced to $3.00 1 $3.00 Shirts reduced to $2.00
Silk Shirts Reduced
-$10 values now $8.00 1$12 and $14 values now $10
r- n r-
A beautiful display of
Gift Neckwear, put uo ,'"
Holidau Boxen. Just the
thina or any man.
75c to $3.50
Wilson Bros. Socks
THE GIFT IDEAL.
11.25 Silk Socks. now....85o
750 Si'k LIrIa Seek now 50c
85c Fibre 811k Socks now 60c
(3 Pair foP $1.75.)
IN FANCY B0XE8.
C all OathnllM at!
A, J. OMKttftolaswr waa eleeted
Pres'dent of the fkoutmaatera'' Am
etatlon of Louisville at a meatinr
held TuaHlay nlrM at headnHartara.
of Louteral OohboII. Ber.S J
Aiaecfc. He has be j aaaaest
shew a a apgmteU-' a ale aar-
Built for Style and Comfort $2.50
. Victor Silver Buckles , 50c J j
Sterling Silver Buckles up to $Z.5U u;
CHRISTMAS GIFT CERTIFICATES
If you cannot decldo what to give him then buy one of Joe Gift
Certificates and let him pick something out himself.
5L wens furnishings J
suitable for Gifts,
$3.00 to $8.50
A dark tan; $4 value
Tho pupils of St. Patrick's school
will participate in a CHristmas on
tortalnment at the school ball, Six
teenth and Market streets, tomorrow
evening. A roguiar Kris Kingle
programme has been arranged ,and
the whole family is Invited. A can
tata entitled "Santa Glaus Junior"
will ho the feature.
Tho Tegular semi-monthly meet
in, of Louisville Clrite, Daughters
of Isabella, will take place next
Tuesday evening at KnlsMs of Co-
wi;i w -, to thta worthy rlumbua Hall, a large cm
' Wa . 11 i lifjttjkjl a JL
ue will relieve not merely one or
two poor parson, nut. in reaiiiy,
thourands. And God will not be
outdoae la gaoaroetty.
Tha" Forty Hours' arayar fe aij
nouaMd aext for . '
aarek, at whlah -tha Bar. Fathar
Jaaaaa Irjaetoc. Sarvw wMl opaa
witlrW mm owarraw wurateg
aad atoaa ea. Twaaday. . -
Inlfated and a full
members 1 axpeeted.
In the Catholic Basketball League
tho Bertrand and Mackin Council
aro out In front, each with two vic
tories The gamea Tuesday night
resulted as follows:
Bertrand, 17; Vernon, 18.
St. X. Alumni, 32; K. of C., 18.
Mackdn Council, 29; Trinity Coun
cil, 0. .
at. fnuip iMerrs scuaui vv.. -nisha
holiday entertainment next
Wednesday evening at WIndthorat
won ifnvA and Woodbine. The
4tn.v oidawMi will furnish a pro
gramme consisting of songs, recita
tions and dnjs. m iruHuiiw
will begin at 7:48 o'clock.
Mrs. Nellie Broderick. Prop's.
All work called for and delivered.
Hats cleaned apd blocked.
"All we aslis a trial."
426 E. CALDWELL ST.
Phone City 1410.
This Sunday night at St. Xavlar's
Oymnaa'um wW b ahowa "Two
vnfnpVtf tvw." oaa tlahtiag for
tha Gray, oaa fighting for the Blue.
Atoo "Tba Mlrar," ?"l . fr"t,' n ti- menbare halae Kee
INSTALLED AS TRUSTEE.
At tho recent nieottac ot the Su
preme Board of the Catholic
sfnirht nt America. haM ia m
photo-play drama with a wsaoa auea A. McCarthy. otBraach
LJM?ft A?br!' STftr, waa,laaad aa u-
wm i a iMtm at
W tap t M aw rmM.
prerae Trustee. He suceeeds tha
lata Adaai W.- Jaeer, of Chicago,
and Ms appointment waa aprovaday
h laatar owtan. aw
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