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Sweeping-Out
Sale
MEN'S-WOMEN'S-CHILDREN'S ,
SH0ES
Of the irreproachable "Boston" quality are now
priced to save you from 52c to $3.02 on fall and
winter, 1918, styles.
Don't buy shoes this week without first "look
ing in" at the Boston.
0 III Wl I I I I I HIM WBIHtfy-
4U-419 FOURTH AVENUB W
Making Streets Safe For Street Sweeper
Inter-Southern Life Insurance Co.
JAMES R. DUFPIN, President.
LOUISVILLE, iar.
Why not tako nn agency for a conservatively managed, medium
sized, clean, progressive company, whoso treatment of agents and
policyholders and whoso standing and courtesies with all of tho
American Llfo Insurance Companies givo it a position of tho very
highest rank?
CAPITAL, RESERVE AND SURPLUS FOR PROTEC
TION OF POLICYHOLDERS MORE THAN $4,500,000
Deposit with tho State of Kentucky under the
Compulsory Deposit Law more than $4,600,000.
Excess deposit over all requirements $1,000,000,
, or 20 per cent, more than the law requires.
For good, clean agency contracts with renewal commissions, so
that you may build up a business of your own and have an Independ
ent permanent income, address the Home Offlco of tho Company.
INTER-SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE CO.
AIJMHT
HAUFFEUfl
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A strong addition to tho member
ship will soon bo made at Hastings,
Neb.
Cincinnati started tho million
membership campaign with tho in
itiation of 150 members.
Tho second and third degrees will
bo conferred at Indianapolis on the
second Sunday of this month.
A large class of candidates will
be received Into tho council at
Portland, Oro., on February 23.
Arrangements havo been mado to
have K. of C. Secretaries aboard
every transport bringing our troops
homo.
Indianapolis Council has been pre
sented a cigar lighter mado by a
Prenoh soldier from ono of the
Hun Bibells.
Tho Knights of Portland, Ore.,
plan securing 1,000 members during
the year and then the erection of
a new building.
Omaha Council now has 932 mem
bers, an Increase of almost 200 in
seven weeks. Two moro initiations
will tako placo this month.
Notre Damo University Council
will close its $50,000 building cam
paign February 10. Tho edifice will
servo as a university social center.
Last Sunday weok tho third class
of over fifty candidates to bo In
itiated In less than two months was
c., !, mn ...m ,un ..,! u Df-. :, admitted to membership at Omaha.
Clearer. "The same number could do the work without the $50,000 RoSrealready Self otboiay
a year machines. on tho million member campaign
and will havo banner classes for St.
P n trick's dtv
?,'?J"??.!rst-5nlfAco.Ha"onl Cardinal Gasauet presented tho
Sacred College at tho ceremonies
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COLLECTORS
KNIGHTS OP COLIIBUS
Lte News That Will Interest
Members Here and Elsewhere.
HIBERNIANS.
Wednesday and Thursday after
noons and evenings, February 12 wh ihn Knrhia ot,nnfi,i thir con.
fin y nfljMinnnnn leirr w o -"""
...-i J, i iT I tral quarters In Rome. Chaplain
and 13.
What They Have Been Doing SenoS
HERMAN STRAUS SoMM I
FOURTH AVEfflJC
iNcofpaatreo
MARKET STREET
We Qive and Redeem Qold Trading Stamps.
WHITE SALE!
This is a semi-annual event with us an opportu
nity for you that comes but once each season. You
really can't afford to miss it.
White Goods
Suits Coats
WAISTS
Men's Shirts
Wool and Cotton Mixed Blankets ii
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LOUISVILLE, KY.
K. X. A.
Mulloy's New Blend Coffee
2 1-2 Lbs. For 90c
a ccrrss tkat is xsowar xox its rnra cot
QUASXTT.
JOHN M. MUI3LOY
Importer and Roaster of High Grade Coffee, Bold
Direct to Consumer.
Sia ft, 3KA3UC2T VS. K0UXBTEUUB, XT.
Return this advertisement with remittance and we
will ship Coffee by Parcel Pest, all oharxes prepaid.
the Past Week General
News Notes.
Martin Joyco was elected to mem
bership of Division 4.
James Curran and Patrick Mona
han aro out after several weeks'
illness.
Omaha will havo another class
Initiation on Sunday afternoon, Fob- begin tomorrow
ruary lb. hieh mass at thn
win perioral, supper ana mncn win , Now york Clty KnlBhts will have
bo served continuously and every- 'a memorIal mass for deceased mem
thlng posslblo done to mako tho bors at st. Patrick's Cathedral on
visitor enjoy the afternoon and February 22. Military and naval
evening. All are most cordially In-, chaDialns ,vm officiate.
vlted to como to St. Boniface Hall
and see what tho "Lively Maids"
can do to entertain their guests.
FORTY HOURS.
POWERFUL DOCTRINE.
After the war Is over tho Monroe
doctrine that was declared In 1823
will Viornmn n nnwnrful Pftn-Amflrl-
The Forty Hours' Devotion will can doctrine, espoused by overy
muiuiiiB ui mu American government from uanaaa
Sacred Heart and tho United States on the
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On Time Deposits
) T n. ...
jttxues jj XJiuwu ricauiuuv.
Tom ft o T TTflVAO Vla TTnafi4oY
C. M. S. Hebel ..Vice President
John S. Akors............ .....Cashier
Oscar A. Block Asst. Cashier
A. P. Ramsor. .... Asst. Cashier
Tho class Initiated Sunday by the church. Seventeenth and Broadwav. nnrth n Ai-imndnn nnKnmv nnri
Ladies' Auxiliary at Indianapolis of which tho Rev. Patrick "Walsh Is Chile on tho south. ' It will be hon-
numoerea over vu. the pastor. Solemn high mass and ored by tho rest of tho world and
xom ljangan xous an interesting procession win marK tfle opening resDected for Ita strencth. which
story of tho travels of tho Hlber- and the devotions will continue un- will prevent any menace to it from
man uniform ltanx. til the solemn cioso on Tuesday,
Tho County Board plans to have Priests from other churches will as-
a muslcalo entertainment with an . sisi at me various services.
address on St. Patrick's day.
DOUGHERTY & McELIOlT
1227 WEST MARKET STREET,
I Funeral Directors and Embalmersf
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fill inli. Main 2nO.S.n Tr o? nnno
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Oculist."
OPTICAL
COMPANY
Tho best GLASSES you can get
are tho only safe kind to wear.
Correct GLASSES are as important
as the right medicine and WE make
them.
Division 4 mado a donation to
tho Ladles' Auxiliary for the Nuns
of the Battlefield Monument.
Tom Dolan, who is a K. of C.
camp Secretary, will havo many
good stories to tell after demobiliza
tion. Indianapolis JETibcxUiana plan a
record breafciflg celebration for St.
Pajnisk's" dy. Thoy now hold
weekly meetings for the purpose.
The Mlnaesota State-wide cam
paign for new members was
auspiciously opened by the Ladles'
Auxiliary of South St. Paul.
Tho Hibernian Literary Club of
Minneapolis has closed another suc
cessful year and makes Interesting
the meetings of tho various divis
ions. Thftra fa In eourso of formation
the Hibernian War Veterans Legion, '
to bo composed of men of the Irish
raco who served in the great war
In tho army and navy or the United
States.
The Hibernians of St. Paul are
off to a flying start. At the Installa
tion exercises of Division 7 great
progress was reported. Forty-six of
Its members aro on the battle fronts
of France.
Tho Ladles' Auxiliary and tho Hi
bernians of Watertown, N. Y had
"JIY NEW CURATE."
the old world.
STRIKE DARKENS BELFAST.
3vorythlng is In readiness for tho
Irst production of "My New Curate," and women are Idle in the United
From London the Associated
Press cabled on Sunday that It is
estimated that nearly 200,000 men
which Is to bo produced at St
MISS ETHEL GREELEY.
Will Achieve Another Success.
Kingdom and Ireland because of
Btrlkes in various trades, creating
one of tho most serious situations
industriously that tho country has
"had to face In many years. Half of
the strikers are in Belfast, where
the strike movement Is continuing
to spread. The city of Belfast by
night virtually la in total darkness,
the 'boepitate being the only pieces
where lights can be shown without
danger of attacks by strikers. Ev
erywhere eke'tho display of a light
has caused either tho stoning or
tho storming of tho premises. In
cases -whe ro such drastic action was
not taken tho peoplo wero forced
by threats to screen their lights.
Even In tho privato houses it is not
considered safe to uso more than
ono candle and tho supply of can
dles is rapidly diminishing.
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FUNERAL DIRECTORS
AND EMBALMERS.
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OLOUD IN TnE EAST.
A French business man who has
just returned from Russia, where
ho was Imprisoned by the
Bolshevists, asserts that Bolshevism
is spreading over Eastern Europo to
an extent undreamed of in tho mi
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Jorlty of Western nations. "You
a great and Impressive Joint instal- Xavler's College auditorium this people are living in a fool's para-
latlon. County Presidents Mrs. Sey- coming Sunday night, February 2, dlse," he says. "You rejoice about
mour Frederick and Martin Duggan and Thursday night, February 6. peace and there Is no peace. You
directing the ceremonies. Tho cast is tho same as last year talk of a society of nations and
Purusant to tho suggestion of the for tho first performance, with tho universal brotherhood, but fall to
Archbishop to make this St. Pat- exception of tho part of Mrs. D'Arcy, realize that Just across the eastern
nick's day celebration the biggest bo ably played by Miss Mary Hesslon horizon there Is gathering a storm
ever attempted in Omaha, the Hiber- last year. The part this year will cloud that may sweep away all your
nlans are perfecting arrangements be taken by Miss Ruth Donnelly, rejoicing and your theories In a
and will hold tho exorcises at the who will surprise her many friends brotherhood of ruin. Bolshevism
Municipal Auditorium. bjy her excellent rendering of this has a powerful appeal to the
Tho Ancient Order can not stand Important role. Miss Mary Jeanette masses, to the shiftless and ignor
stlll. It must either go forward or H,el1,. , , , , , part of Allcc' ant to the exploited section of hu
backward, and if the members wish tho DlJ,nd &Tl VVJ16 flr6t perform- manity. They are now preparing
tho organization to succeed they ance ?"ntlay night, and Thursday to enf0rco by numbers and by
should bring in at least ono now night Miss Hermia Kronenberg will propaganda their programme of a
member or at least Show by their i?koJ tw Tart. William Hume, as c0mmunlst world State, a revised
presence at meetings that thoy are Ra?udy Van, a,?d Mlart,n Goby aa version of the league of nations,
really Interested In its welfare. Fa,t,htr Zietlier?. the ?ew, w founded in bloodshed, but based in
With moro than 150 members in w" uoa "v A"!'"1 . 1 Principle on equality and perfect
attendance, representing tho order ijrU "es? a,JX SJilil " freedom. Already they have beaten
In thlrty-filx counties of New York, '"TS", ttL Si' to the ground tho opposition In
an earnest and enthusiastic gather- "n JH?!!' wtr"anT i po aS? ih Russ,a and have he& t0 overrun
ing came together at Utlca at tho uhllBhdStn2lS?t Baltic provinces of Poland and
request of the State Board to adopt Fourtn avenue, and at tho college. Eastern Germany. In Germany
resolutions asking President Wilson o,,.,. c,nnmnt. nioner tho Bolshevists that Is tho
and his American confreres at tho "''ajJ onyw. Spartacus adherents aro gaining
Peace Conferenco to use their good ThroUKh an arrangement with tho ground every day, and tho tlmo ap
ofllces in securing for Ireland tho -.5JrU5a. ail.,a"n0?.eni,lv,Hl.l.nl nrnn-iiPB whon thA Riirh an and
rndrfiSfrfn? nf ntrft-olrf wrnnM n'Bnta OI uoiumpus ine ivoniucsy '--""-- "."-,',"-.
;eoee8teeei
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AL. S. SMITH, PROP.
Funeral Director and Embalmerf
BOTH PHONES 810.
SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS.
eeoaeiii
City 2360.
Main 2360-Y.
L. T). BAX
Funeral Director and Embalmer
717-710 E. OHESTNUT
LOUISVUiliB, KY.
THOMAS KBENAN
1529 WEST MARKET STREET
..IXJKTEieI DIRECTOR..
redressing
age-old
Russian and
wrongs T. p .,.., ,,ii ! ,mj.i German extremists will unlto in a
hrough the application to er of S MrS S 7do for anarchy. That
tho principle of self-determination American "roow aro Quartered time has not yet come, but unless
" ?-Iona Qnd cha"icter of her K JS2E- the acetic some action Is taken by the. rest of
government.
DELIGHTFUL GATHERING.
.activities of Pershing's men. Theso Europe notnmg can prevent u.
articles will bo written by Charles The union of Germany and Rus-
'.T. Mujran nninA na a wrltor ttrwv. Sia In a Bolshevist alliance WOUld
nv, . , , . c. ciallzlng in sports, who for eleven mean the greatest danger that Eur-
Tho pastor and people of St. yeara 8portlng editor for 'the ope has had to faco yet. Still that
Pauls parish aro making elaborate Morning Telegraph, New York. Mr. is not at all impossible. Germany
preparations for a delightful gath- Neegan through tho Knights of Is the home of Socialism, which has
n, tZ ; 7 , b" " Columbus, will tell in detail of our spread to tne wnoio worm in xuo
amusemente, to tako place in the eoiaier athletes preparations for past twenty-five years. Bolshevism
?iiaLon Jacson Btfcet 01J the Olympic games under the aua- In Russia Is the child of German
tno afternoons and evenings of i .,. a,i ti,jki... aiM.. ,,.,1 hntran thn
M? iin -d ; 8 l?rT Force. scheduled to tako place in two now Is far from unlikely. Such
fii?l- Zl J M6 nt mo BDeflal Paris during May or June,, in which a union would threaten the peace
,oi LJuT T! u, Prom,se3 American soldier aUiIetes wIU com- of the world at once, for already
many really enjoyable surprises. nfitn wHh ti,wB from h urmiM th nr nt TininhnvlBm han
CHAS. H. BODEN
FUNERAL
961 S. SECOND ST.
DIRECTOR
LOUISVILLE, KY.
THE PHIL. HOLLEXfBAOH OO
INCORPORATED
DlsUllsn Of
OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH
"HOLLENBAOH" PURR KY
as W. Mala St. LomUrtlls, Ky
nOLLENBACn'S WINB HOU8B
Karl A. HoUenbaoh, Prop.
Importer and Dealer 1b
WINES AND LIQUORS
144 Soath Third
Home Phono 1191
Street
STEAM
R. A. WATSON, Mmaiir JAS. J. McTIGHE, Silis Act
4-fgiH444 I
SIAOKIN COUNCIL.
peto with athletes from the armies the nronaganda of Bolshevism
of our allies. He will also de- done much to sow Its seeds far and
scribe the Olympic games for this wide. Socialism as a political party
r win vxver. Momentuous events in tno jn America has practically passed
1., win atlotlc fleJd appear due and new nut nf fislRtanco. But the Bolshevism
versary with a reunion and laree chaiPlo? bo developed as a that la kely to succeed it through
TSfX-lL-- ii.r.uIO.vn.rJa-0 res"" ot theBe activities among our .German and Russian Jew propa-
Mackin
celebrate
Council, Y. M.
Its twenty-sixth
Initiation on Sunday, February 23
There are several teams contesting
for new -members and already a
large class is assured. The degree
team has an original and complete
programme under way for the occasion.
two million soldiers abroad.
ST. ALOYSIUS EUCHRE.
German and Russian Jew propa
ganda will be much more dangerous
even than Socialism.
BRITISH E.MPIRE,
Great Britain comprises England,
A euchre and lotto will be given
a r ft an.!! TTa31 Avi ffl ABllntf'
afternoon and evenine the nroceeds Scotland and Wales, all parts of
fo be riven to St . AloySu. church iBlan1. and tho Unlted Kingdom
Peww VaHes nd toe friends ? of or Great Britain and Ireland in-
Rev. Father 'soee, the pastor, are eludes Ireland as an addition. The
workine enerjretloally to make the British empire consist of all these
parish, styling themselves "The afMIr a big success for tile little ad Idla, tho colonies, other
Lively Maids ef t Bonlfaee," will country eongregatiOH. Games will lsSaads, protectorates and depend
gire aa eM-fashtesed oyster ad be oalled at 2:30 d 8: IB. lenotes.
LIVELY MAIDS SUPPER.
Willing workers of St. Boniface
BE SURE TO CALL FOR
McKENNA
WHISKY
IT IS ALWAYS PURE.
H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky,

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