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Kentucky Central Life
And Accident Insurance Company
.. Gilbert Englteh,of Cecilia, waa
killed by tho H. & E. train yes
terday between tho BUly'a creek
bridge and this city. Ho was
riding on top of a merchandise
car, when ho accidentally fell be
tween the cars, tho train passing
over; his 'loft leg. Ho was re
moved to Cedlla, whore ho after
wards died. From tho Mirror,
DO YOU KNOW
THAT Every minute twenty-one
are accidentally InjuredT
Fire times as many persons aro
VI11n1 n. fnfiifAf) aoph vAnr an ritn
bom natural causos. On death In ,,a'm
every iweive is aue 19
may be disabled by accident aay
Gilbert English, ot Cecilia, Ky.,
paid to the Kentucky' ! Central LJto
and Accident Insurance Company
two monthly premiums ot "Fifty
Cents," on CLASS A-l Policy,
which provides in addition to other
benefits, tho sum of "One Thousand
Dollars" ($1,000.00) in the event
ot Accidental Death.
In these modem times accidents
aro of frequent occurrence. Protect
joureelf with Accident Insurance.
Have our Agent explain this policy
This Is to acknowledge receipt
ot "One Thousand Dollars"
(1.000.00) in payment of Death
Claim on my nephew, Gilbert
accidental English, who was Insured in tne
accmeniaa Kentucky Central Ute and Accident
IZZZL. ..w, ,a 4. Insurance Company ot Ancnorago,
veoSen'lon are. killed or jL.TxVSU
tojured yearly; about thirty thou- Addre?j 4,0 W ,WaTln.ut Bt"
said each day. This 16th day ot July, 1920,
A aura can die only oace, but bo Louisville, Ky.
Why not take advantage of our pro
tection and see our agent today?
DON'T PUT OFF DO IT NOW
Sweets for the Sweet
' We want to announce to our patrons that we have the
largest, most varied and beautiful line of fancy Boxes and
Baskets south of the Ohio River, consisting of De hisses'
creations In leather and cretonne, 'Quincy's beautiful de-
signs in silk, satin and hand-painted boxes; the always
popular line of Japanese Baskets, and our own line of
Trimmed and Redwood Boxes. All filled with our delicious
assortment of chocolates' and bonbons. We also carry our
usual and well-known line of Holiday Candies.
Rudolph & Bauer
IThe Convenient Bank at the
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Fourth and Market Fourth and Mark
You can still join our Christmas Scvings Club Th
time is United! and this attractive systKi of saving will b
gona until naxt December.
Six Plans to Choose From, We Pay Merest.
, Our convenient location and prompt service mako
your banking with us a real pleasure. Regular savings
accounts are always acceptable. A nickeled bank free.
Lincoln Savings Bank & Trust Co.
THE PERSONAL BANK
Fourth and Market Louisville, Kentucky
Mcmbor Federal Reserve System.
230 W. Market St
219 W. Jefferson St.
YOU'LL WANT THAT SUIT
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You will be sure of getting rapid, courteous, sat
isfactory service. TUB, MODERN WAY guaran
tees "the best in a hurry."
THE MODERN WAY
CLEANERS AND DYERS
1140-1142 SOUTH THIRD STREET.
W. H. Silllman, Pres. Fred J. Klauslng, Sec-Treas.
Jos. Hubbuch, Sr.
Seb. O. Hubbuch
John A. HubbucJJ
Jos. Hubbuch, Sr., & Sons
WALL PAPER, CARPETS AND RUGS
Home Phone City 4300
1124-26 West Market Street.
I MRS. GERTRUDE ROSS i
PORTRAITS FROM LIFE
COMMERCIAL ART :;
Specializing in the highest quality execution ;;
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at prices wwun rcueuif. ijr mo.
335-337 Courier-Journal 'Building
, rftM I
Funoral sorvlcco and roqulom
high mass wero held Saturday mora
ins At St. Brlgld'a church for Mat
thorn Claro, beloved husband of
Mary Clare. Besides his widow he
leaves one sister, Mrs. J. J. Corby,
2210 Dumesnil street.
The funeral of tlohn J. Whltty
took place from Gran W. Smith's
Son's chapel Tuesday morning at
8:45 o'clock and from St. Louis
Bertrand's church at 9 o'clock. Do
ceased had been 111 for some time
at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth's Hos
pital, having been taken there from
his residence on West St. Catherine
At tho family home, 617 East
Washington street, Mrs. Mary Do
laney Dovan, widow of Capt. 'Will
iam Devan and mother of Frank
and Miss Mary Dovan, succumbed
Saturday after an illness lasting six
weeks. A naUve of Ireland, she
came here as a girl and won high
respect. Funoral services took place
Monday morning at St. John's
Mrs. Jot?ephlno Cramer, aged
forty, beloved wife of Alonzo
Cramor, died Tuesday morning of a
complication of diseases at her
home, 1031 Sylvia avenue. Surviv
ing her aro an infant son, Mark
Cramer: her parents, Mr. and "Mrs.
Thomas Sheehan, and four brothers,
Wlllam, Thomas, Mark and Hillary
Sheehan. The funeral took place
yostorday- morning from St. Eliza
Gloom was spread over Catholic
circles by the death of Sister M.
Octavla, seventy-four years old and
for over half a contury a member of
the Lorottlne order. Her funoral
took place Friday at the convent at
Loretto. Before she took her vowa
Sister M. Octavia was Miss Adelaide
Robortson. She was a sister of the
late Albert S. Robortoon, this city;
and an aunt of former State Sen
ator Sam L. Robertson.
St. Louis Bertrand parish: was
made sad Tuesday morning when
news came that Mrs. Agnes Mary
Moriarity, a well known and belov
ed young matron, had passed to hor
reward at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth
Hospital.' Besides her huwband,
Daniol J. Moriarity, Jr., and an in
fant child, shp leaves hor mother,
Mrs. Agnes Bohlson, and two broth
ers, Henry and John Bohlson. Fu
neral services were held Thursday
morning at St Louis Bertrand
The death of Miss Katherlno Pur
cell was a surprise to many, having
boon 111 only two weetcs. hiosai
was a member, of St. Louis Ber
trand's church, and was active in
tho Young Ladles'' Sodality and aU
church and charitable affairs. She
is survived by hor father, Patrick
Purcell, and threo sisters, Misses
Ida and Agnes Shanahan and Mrs.
John Fahey. the latter two ot Bay
St. Louis, Miss. Tho funeral took
place from St, Louis Bertrand's
church Sunday afternoon at 2
o'clock, Rev. Father Cummins of-
MUSICAL EVENTS. '
t waa completely broken down. Sun
day I oamo to tho prison in a taxi
cab, and though I bogged tho prison
authorities to let mo see him they
refused. After waiting for hours I
koollapsed. Monday he died, but tho
prison authorities kept his death
from us for some hours. I asked
for his body, to convoy It to Cork,
tnd they refused point blank. I
lucoeeded In obtaining an interview
with Mr, Short, tho English Homo
Secretary. Never have I' mot a
more perfect brute. Mocking and
laughing and refusing to tell me
hyth!ng positive. Finally ho said
we could not take tho body out of
the country, as it was against
English law. Yon all know that
finally we did got it and how it was
conveyed to Ireland.
"To me my husband exemplifies
the spirit of Ireland tortured but
determined. Tho country Is starv
ing and women and children aro of
course suffering most. Tho cream
eries aro destroyed eo that the chil
dren can not get milk. Food shops
aro looted by Black and Tans, and
growing crops have boon destroyed.
The people will die unless wo have
relief. .But, more than relief, we
want' recognition of our Republic. I
hope your groat country will help us
nrin the freedom my husband died
Marquis John Anthony Delia
ilesa, brother of Pope Benedict,
died suddenly' Friday in tho pres
ence of bis son Joseph. The Mar
quis was born In 1853 In Genoa. Ho
entered tho navy as a cadet when
thirteen years old and became a
"Roar Admiral. Ho left the service
in 1908. Two years ago the Mar
quis was trlcken with paralysis,
following tho death of his wife.
With Minor Repairs Free Saves "Baying.
Carpets and Rugs Swiss. Cleaned or -Shampooed
Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases.
SWISS CLEANERS AND 'DYERS
Office 017 Soath FeurtU
Plant OOO Month Sixth.
Setk Phones 028
Repairing Praraptly Attended To
ALBERT R. RICHARDS
Automobile Remodeling, Painting a Specialty
Recover Automobile Top, New Topi and AK Kind of Trimming i.
tll-iiS W$t Jit firson Stmt 813-815 Wtst llbirty Strut
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IKMGLES LATHWf FLOOEOTa
4M 4M . niMwIlfn SUMS 1M M MMi XMI S tft. .
Two interesting musical events of
the winter season will be enjoyed
by the people of Louisville at Holy
Rosary Academy. The first will be
the appearance on Jamary 28 of
Reginald Werrenrath. the famous
baritone, to bo followed February 7
by the noted . soprano, Maggie
PREPARING FOR CHRISTMAS.
Under the direction of Mrs. Fred
A. Harig, tho 'organist, tho choir ot
St, Louis Bertrand church Is rehear
sing new music for Christmas, and
expects to xlve an excellent pro
gramme on that day. The Domini
can church has. now one of tho
largest choirs In the city.
Rev. Father Ranh&el, C. P., of
the Seusred Heart Retreat, thta wk
conducted a rtrt for the chlldrea
of Cedar Grove Academy, TWrty
flfth and Rudd. The1 retreat began
on Sunday and closed Wedaeedty.
The pup of noly- Roeary Aeed
n"v will present oae-aot pky
''Why tie Chimes Reajt." on nex4
Wednesday at the Holy Rneary Au-
o'ltorium. Fourth and Perk avenue.
Kallc. deneiar aad tbe ataxm ef
Christ wm earols waive a feeUre.
(Continued from First Page.)
INTO ETERNAL REST.
hut amlW? n Ibttta nnil T IrtoeArf
him, and then was taken away, for fr. on Thursday ot last week.
Miss Mary Gibbons, the oldest and
only surviving eistor ot His Emi
nence Cardinal Gibbons, and of John
T. Gibbons, one of New Orleans'
most esteemed and honored citizens.
passed into the presence of her Mas-
DIES AT ROME.
GRANT THEM BONUSES.
Ono of tho fiittt duties of tho
short session ot Congress should be
to provide the bonus for tho men
who risked tholr all in tho nation's
behalf. When other men under tho
very nose of the Government made
hug fortunes out of the war. It cer
tainly Is not too much to ask that
tho fighting men should .got the
mere pittance they'aok for. and
which Is lawfully due to them.
CALLED TO BOSTON.
Col. John T. Geary, former com
mander of Camp 55achary Taylor, re
lieved from duty at tho cantonment
hero last week, loft Louisville Sat
urday for Fort Warren, Mass. Col.
Grv w'll tako charge of tho fort
which guards tho entrance to Bos
ton Harbor. The officer belongs to
the Coant Artillery Corps. hut"had
been assigned temporarily to tho
Quartermaster Corra because of the
shortage of officers In that branch
of tho service.
ACTION IS URGED.
Tho Social Action Denartmont of
tho National Catholic Welfare Coun
cil has sent to tho metropolitan
presvtho following statement:
Tho consuming public, the wage
and salary workers, and the" farmers
are being harmed by a set of facts
which call tor Congressional action.
It is probable that the next few
months will Intensify the situation
rather than lighten. It, The Soc'al
Action Department ot tho National
Catholic Welfare Council therefore
urires that Congreej eerlously con
sider the following proposals, mow
of which are a part .of the Bishop's
programme of social .reconstruction
or follow therefrom:
The retention of excess iproflts
taxes end Income taxes. .
Federal InvaHlgatlea and publica
tion of the costs ot production, of
staple commodities. '
A Federal bureau to etudy and
weed knowledge, about co-onera-tive
eocletlei. Including co-operative
The reenlwtkm. of the meat pack
A Eedera-t employment eerviee.
A Metional Labor Board eim'Jar
n peeeivl way te the Xatlofeel
Wr Labor Board.
The empt'on of ee-wewrttoe so
4ePes' 'frenr atl-eruet Bwreeutlon.
P vevrstee fee a- eyeteiA e eer-
had reached tho remarkable ago of
ninety-five years, and up to a short
period before her death Bhowed tho
eturdy race from which she sprung.
For every morning saw hor wend
ing hor way, as In earlier years, to
mass in St. Joseph's church, In
which parish tho Gibbons family has
resided for seventy years. Miss Gib
bons was barn in Ireland ninety
five years ago. The history ot the
family is so well known through her
Illustrious brother, Jamos Cardinal
Gibbons, In whose priestly vocation
this devoted eldest sister had no un
common share, that It would be
superfluous to repeat It hero.
MANY TURNED AWAY.
Graduates of the College of New
Rochelle, conducted by tho UrsuMno
Nuno at New Rochelle, N. Y., have
mapped out plans for a campaign
for tho erection 6f new dormitories
at the college, which list Sontembr
was forced to turn away sixty appli
cants for lack of rooming accommo
dations, New Rochelle Is the first
Catholic collofrc for women to be
founded In New York. It waa
started In 1908 by Mother Irene,
who for some time was Provincial
of tho UrsuHne Order In this country.
' ILLUSIVE TRUCE TALK.
Tho papers of late havo been car
rying much gossip about the at
tempt that Js being made to orran.ee
a "truce" In Ireland. It Is said
that the Bishop of Perth, in Aus
tralia, Is acting a? unofficial medi
ator In arranging tho "truce."
London paners are giving cona'der
able prominence to tho reports
wh'ch beean with an anpeal for
such a "truce" by Archbishop Gll
martln of Tuam. English church
dtenyarles took un the suggestion
and Indorsed it Thd result is a lot
of nowspaper gosnip which may, or
may not. contain a few gra'ns of
truth. Wo note that President Do
Valera has boon interviewed In New
York regarding theso reports. His
statement wob not encouraging to
thoso who have been building hopes
on tho "truco" theory. England must
withdraw all British troops from
Ireland and liberate all political
prisoners as a preliminary to re
eiore peace In Ireland, ho declares.
"Tho removal of the aggression ob
viously is both dhe Initial and also
tho final s'ou .that ia, as I have
said, ihe whole essence of tho trou
ble between the two countries,"
Pres 'dent De Valera tra'd ho had not
hp.n in cHrewt nrttrntlnMmitt wlfli
Lloyd George in tho Interests of the
restoration of peace In Ireland. To
tho True Voice it appears that all
the negotiations that havo been oar-i
nea on mus iar nave Deon unoi-
trclal. WhJle it may bo that there
's some hope ot arranging some
Eort-ofI "truco," wo do not believe
that much rcranco can bo placed on
It. Tho whole affair looks like an
attempt to po behind the Irish Gov
ernment and arranges a peace that
ettle-i nothing. For that reason
wo have no confidence in lit. The
Irish oaso is now up for trial. That
trial must come sooner or later.
There, Is nothing to bo gained for
postponing it to another time.
AFTER MANY TEARS.
The head ot Alexander Hamilton
will adorn tho now St eavlnrs
,n' which will bo bright red im
printed pv. green tint. It Is lntr
mf'iie to noto lhat this will bo the
first time that tho first Secretary of
tho United States Treasury has been
fittingly honored by having hte por
trait on a Government savings se
curity. WINTER COMES.
Next Tuesday, December 21, will
be the iflret day ot winter. It w'll
alo he tho shorteeti day of the
BEETS FOR TTTB BLOOD. '
Red bents are good for the hlxl
(and complexion at the seme time)
and ehould be used plentifully.
"I had. rheumatism and verttvo
and gave up all ihones to I've.
Nropatife A. Lose, 334 Bteet Market
street, "helped me wKh;a few treat-mmK"-rMr.
Seheaf, 7S2 South
Mgkteeatfc street. ...
For forty-eight years this reliable old
jewelry firm has enjoyed the confidence
and patronage of Louisville people.
Its original founder. Matt Irion, is still
associated with his sons in the big busi
ness which years of honest endeavor
have brought to the firm of Matt Irion
We are enlarging our business tre
mendously and we invite your further
confidence and patronage.
The Jrlon Guarantee Goes With Each S
GIFTS THAT LAST.
MAH IRION & SONS
Market Street at Fourth.
Open Nights Until Chrismas.
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