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RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find In these colums. We aim to protect our read ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. BNGIBHARD'S , - IOJBJ ON&A& PROPERLY BLENDED . CLEANED, PACKED ASK YOUR GROCER. HEPAIIIING " WELDEMa Export Attention On Repairs Oa All Makes of Oars ,. SPECIALISTS ON FORD REPAIRING AUTO WELDING & REPAIR GO. ERNEST SMITH, Prop. Both Phones 2800 718 SOUTH SEVENTH ST., LOUISVILLE, SX. T..Mlrl DnA. lUrniSil DatnS rMA.AAn4 a1L k G3iLiJll JULWICJ, . GET PIT Health Is Your Greatest Asset 408 WEST WALNUT. THE SIGN OF QUALITY BlEhl'd 7411 East 180 KENTUCKY LAUNDRY CO. Incorporated 614-022 Underbill St. Geo. Dearborn Manager JOHNB. WATHEN FURNITURE MOVING AND PACKING 580 SouUi Tweaty-Sixth, St. Shawnee 1986 West 1081 LONG DISTANCE HAULING ANY OLD HAT MADE TO LOOK LIKE NEW. PELT HATS CLEANED t AND RBBLOCKED, 60 CENTS. Tl.it Cleaning and Block- lntr our specialty. NATIONAL HAT CLEANING WORKS Albert Smith, Prop. 633 WEST MARKET STREET Homo Phone,. City 6161 City 3174 OLD LEAKY ROOFS CAN BB MADE LEAK PROOF STJFSRX.ABTZO Guaranteed Ten Years SO-OaUon Barrel 80 Cents Per Ctalloa JNTEBHATIONAX. COATDIO OO. 649 SOUTH SECOND STREET City 8174 Louisville, Ky. J. M. BUCKNER WHOLESALE TOBACCONIST 000 West Alain Street Louisville, Ky. THE FORD SHOP We Are Experts on Fords Give Us a Trial Free Road Service PEFFER MOTOR CO. 114 SOUTH FLOYD ST. THONE CITY 1850 LOUISVILLE - - - KENTUCKY s cCEE tM ilTD smile too if I had teeth as lovely as hers! It's a pleasure to look at them I" Sound white teeth are a decided asset to good looks. Lazell's Tooth Paste lengthens the life of.your teeth by keeping them clean and healthy. Con tains ipecac and chlorate of pot ash to help prevent pyorrhea. Qnjy Ncwburgb-ootlio Iludwa M If w York SOLD -AT THE BUSGH MEYER DRUG STORES, Third and Brondway. Fourth and Jefferson. Would They Know You By Your Teeth? FORDS REPAIRED We have the largest lade. 2 seaaeat Xora Repair Shop la i the city, Oar modern faculties meaa 2 skilled service at reaceaaUe i, COflY XT OUB PBICSS m W.V Car Towed In" DUGAN GARAGE ! IRA J. DUGAN. Shop Foreman and General 1J1S SOUTH BROOK STREET THE VERY BEST, EPPING'S "SOFT DRINKS" Cleanse the System, Keep You Well, Prevent the Flu. Has the Most Sanitary, Effi- cient Plant in Amenca. -KEEP FIT Do You Want to Sell or Buy SO YOU WANT TO SST.Ii OB BUT? I can Sell or Trade or find a Buyer for your Business, Farml Mine or Property of any kind or descrip tion, we navo lousinesses ana umer prlses of every kind For Sale In al most any part of Kentucky, Indiana and othes States. XX Ton Want To Boy or Sell at Auction or Private Sal Write or Call 'I I H 1 X XQ'O B j BUSINESS EXCXAHCIB Auctioneer, and. Beal Bitate 701-702 LOUISVILLE TRUST BLDQ. Cumb. Phone, Main 2960 Home Phone, City 6S4S If Ton Waat to 3Mt With Vs, Send for Contract THE FOUR BEST SELLERS IN KENTUCKY Bluo Ribbon Twist O. K. Twlet War Hawk Twist Dhdo. Twist "Mado Whero Tobacco Grows." John D. Moore Tobacco Co. Incorporated LOUISVHiLE -- -- KENTUCKY General Offices 412 Lincoln Building Cumberland Phone: Main 120. Mark Bale, Pres. J. O. Jacobs. Sec and Treas. L. GRAUMAN & CO. Incorporated Dealers In AU Kinds of Pfflee and Store Fixture, Safes, Cash K-ffis- ter, Show Cases, Counter, Shelving', Sto. 010 W2BI MAIN STSBST Home Phone. City 18S8 NATIONAL HATTERS 326 WEST JEFFERSON STREET DYERS AND CLEANERS Monday Special Suite Cleaned and Pressed for 81.25. Hats Blocked and Cleaned, COc. CALL FOR AND DELIVER Home Phone, City 1931 WHEN IT YOUR) .MOVEr Bath Phone Both Phone tET US KNOW Local and Inner distance, movlnir with motor vans. Furniture, packing and shipping:. All work guaranteed. Es timates cneeriuiiy lurujujieu iron ui charge. A. ABNO&S & SONS AUCTION fe STOBAOB CO. (Incorporated) 435 West Main Street ' .- ' DIAMONDS Watches and Jewelry FOR LESS MONEY. SIDNEY'S 808 "V. Jefferson St. H. BOSSES SON Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Telephone 1022 SIO JECXIR A.Xrh$ViUX 2 m) SAVE! Personal liberty without personal independence Is of somewhat du bious value. Ono may too as freo ns tho birds of the air, but if he be not qualified to provide for himself either by ability to work, or from a competence, acquired or Inherited, he must submit to tho humiliating necessity of depending upon the charity of others. Ho must sacrifice his manly pride; he has dost his in dependence. Many men find thcin telves In this -unhappy condition In their old ago, owing to 'their Im providence In the heyday of youth and. In the productive years of their mature life. They spent their money as. fast as -they earned it; and now, In their declining days, they are de- penaems upon xuo Beuoroaiiy ui i charitably Inclined friends or they hnvn hvrtm TMihllp. chn.rBM. The I lesson Is obvious. "Lay something aside for a rainy day." Even it ono Is able to save only in very small amounts let him remember that "many a mlclcle makes a muckle," and thfat if he "take caro of tho pence, the pounds will take caro of themselves." And Jot him not for get that personal independence 13 the guarantee or -personal liberty, self-respect and manly dignity. Catholic Telegraph. SEAL TEN-DAY SALE. Tho ten-day sale of Red Cross Christmas seals begins on tho first day of December. More than 650, 000,000 of these seals must be cold In order to defray the expense of tho year-round educational and preven tive sampalgn which is being con ducted by the National Tuberculosis Association and Its amiiatea organi zations throughout tho country. The National Tuberculosis Association asks and should recolvo your con tinued support It means-tho event ual stamping out or the dread White plague which claims 150,000 lives annually. GOLDEN BRACELET "ROSARY. One of the most unique and high" ly prized souvenirs of his American visit was the gold rosary bracelet presented to Cardinal Mercler by Festus J. Wade at the home of ATeh blshop Glonnon In behalf of John C. O'Brien, salesman for a St. Loul3 Jewelry concern. O'Brien Is the de signer or tho bracelet. 'ino wmt rosary has an Inscription, "Madonna Widst Rosary X," upon It, and has been officially recognized by His Holiness Fnpo Benedict XV., who approved it as an. article of devo tion and permitted tho apostolic in dulgence to bo attached to It. It was submitted to the churoh author! ties June 21, 1918. This Is a rosary that will appeal to countless num bers. PASSION TIiAY. Tho next production of the fa mous Passion Play by the pious folk of Oberammcrgau will probably bo given In 1921, according to a letter received in New York from Jranz Bauer, the Pilata of the Passion Play or iip. or tno3o wno toon part In the play In 1910 the wife of Anton Lang is dead, also three of his daughters, one. of whom repre sented Martha. Seventy of the per formers and nineteen members of tho orchestra died during tho war. REAL STYLE SHOP, Women anJ misses who desire something absolutely distinctive- In suits and dcrsres mado from beauti ful and chic fabrics should inspect the original creations of th Me-glemory-Ward Company, ladles' tail ors, at 663 Fourth aveuue. Suits, coats, skirts and dressefs are showk in a wonderful variety and at. prices beyond compare, and designs fur nished to individual measurement and satisfaction guaranteed. Mem bers of this progressive firm are Messrs. SI. E. Ward and W. A. and J. R. Meglemery, who aro making a splendid success of their emporium of fashion' and good taste. AFTER NINETEEN YEARS. Queen Ellzabth, of Belgium, was the first woman in nineteen years to pass insldo tho garden walls of Santa Barbara mission. The last before- her waa Mrs. William McKin ley, wlfo of tho late President. TIio King planted cypress w and orango trees In the mission garden to mem orialize his visit there. PRIEST HEROES. On tho authority of tho Chaplains' Aid Bulletin tho names and homes or dioceses has just been made known of seventeen American priests who met death In the service of their country. UNITY. The secular papers are filled with notes almost every Issue in regard to the unity of the churclioj. To them .there seems to bo no other way toward a Christian civilisation. Ono of tho secular papers expresses an opinion that the Catholic church has made many changes. It seems impossible" that a student churchman could be so scantily informed as to tho Catholic church. Tho Informa tion has been rumored also that a letter has ibeon received from Pope Benedict XV. favoring unity. This could be true in only one way. name ly that other sects would come Into Cathollo.'sm. but evidently this view has not presented Itself to tho dif ferent religious bodies. Of the very many ramifications of tho Protestant religion it can bo as truthfully said that they wdll not come togetlher in unity on very many points and If ui-ojr biuuuiu vy any saving grace happen to do so, than there would be no need of more than ono body in Protestantism and what would bo its title, Luther, Wealey, Knox, Campbell as? any oUhier of the vari ous nomenclatures and any other of tho doctrines? 'How about the re ligion of tho Latter Day Salnts7 Any one familiar with life In Utah can but realize that Mormonram is not weakening and it has a system of missionary work that could be studied advantageously by any mis sionary field. For tho Cathollo church to make any concessions would be impossible. Eauallv im possible would it be jfor and sect claiming divine ortnn. for in so doing they would admit their weak point. To dllufltrate wc will mention the Swedenborrtan churoh. Even the enemies of the Cathollo faith, niwt aanni too yauaity or m divinity nd therefore any published statement of the church's possible uniting in uaHy with the Protestant seats oouM be no more than an ua truth or gum workj Catholic Sua FINE GOWNS Exquisitely cleaned on short notice. Men's Clothing Cleaned the government way. We know how! They come back to you sterile and clean. Rocking!.. G.L. Boat Our service helps to knock the bottom out of cost of clothing. - DYEING Your light colored gar ments can be dyed by our method, which gives them that newness and freshness so desired by well dressed people. SWISS Cleaners & Dyers ' Phones 2207 Office 617 Fourth Ave. Plant 909 S. Sixth St. TRY m fLlVfFPLLS v TLiir Oil I TIJA.T AII I t -m i3 2 J ut u on.v y HENRY C. HCRR They work like a charm. Every box sold to satisfy or your money refunded. For Sale by Your Druggist in 25-cent packages. CONSULT For Proper Glma OPTOMETRIST 819 STAIUCS BLDQ.. Phone City 1180, rnnrrlr with O. M. Wiseman A Son. nl (kit rirt Prices It hi, SARTO OLUB SD3ETS. The Sarto Literary Club, of Now Albany, was entertained Wednesday evening at the homo of Mrs. Mil dred Thomijs, In Catherine Place. Papers of much Interest were read and those present spent a very en joyable evening, CONSISTORY. There has been .as yet nn official announcement of the Papal Consist ory, but it is generally expected that It will bo held about tho second week in December. PLAYED FOR CHURCH. The Dramatic Club of Unity Council, Now Albany, went to Cory don last Monday, whero they gave a moat pleasing and successful enter tainment for the benefit of St. Jos eph's church. GETS JVHLLION FUND. Marquette University, Milwaukee,, having successfully raised two-thirds of a million dollars, tho Carnegie Foundation has ndded tho other third, $333,333.33, making tho fuud $1,000,000. TAKES ROOSEVELT'S PLACE. Announcement was mado in Now Yffrk on Tuesday evening that Dr. Maurice Francis Egan, forraorly United States Ambassador to Den mark, has been elected a member of tho American Academy to suc ceed tho lato Theodore Roosevelt. NEWS MEN'S MASS. In Washington tomorrow, the first Sunday or Advent, will be marked In St. Patrick's church by the Inau guration of a mass to be celebrated promptly at 4 a. m. for all thoso who aro engaged In working on the Sunday Issues of tho newspapors. EXPECT A DENIAL. President, Wilson contributed $50,- uoo to tne support ot tno ireeman-s Journal of Dublin from tho private fund allocated to him by Congress, according to a statement made by tho Roscommon Herald, The Free man's 'Journal, which ha recently suspended publication, has consist ently opposed the aspirations of the Irish people for independence. Ex pected denial of this charge has not yet been made. CAN'T KEEP AUTO. A proclamation has been Issued by the oonvmander-ln-chief of the Brit ish forced forbidding owninsr or keeping of an automobile or motor-. cyole in Ireland except by special permit The order becomes opera tive today. This will militate against 'the sale of American made autos and Is a striking Instance of Bnglleh misrule In Ireland aad hos tility to American -product. m& g warm rjfHi Hya 4!jksu w Jl r jsibTsv ffv4Bt H PRAISED BY HADLEY. Tno Knights of Columbus have re ceived from President Arthur' T. Hadley, of Yale University, the fcl 'lowing letter of appreciation for tho Knights' establishment of hundreds of scholarships for ox-servlco men. There aro now eighteen K. of C. scholars attending Yale, Including Capt. Tim Callahan, of the football team: "Tho work of tho Committee on War Activities of tho Knights ot Columbus in awarding scholarships to servlca men who wish to study in tho colleges and technical schools of tho country is admirable both in Its conception and its execution. Nothing Is moro important for re construction than to have tho sup ply of educated and trained men kept at ito normal level and to give men who have patriotically served their country In war tho chance to serve at effectively In tlmo of peace. Among tho many efforts to secure this object that of the Knights of Columbus takes an important place ana promises to be carried out with tho same good judgment which has characterized tho war work of that organization." NATIONAL CHAPLAIN. Rev. Francis A. Kelly, of the Al bany diocese, elected National Chap lain of the American Legion, has an enviable military record. Fathor Kelly received soven citations dur ing the war, and was decorated with the Military Cross of England nnd the Distinguished Service Cross of the United States. He is a graduate of Toronto University and was or dained tj the priesthood at St. Ber nard's Seminary, Rochester. Dur ing the trouble on tho Mexican bor der ho served as a chaplain nf tho Tenth Now York Infantrv. Before sailing for France hevwas stationed at Camp Meado and Camp WuiIh worth. His youngest brother -was killed In the last offensive ot the Twenty-seventh Division. v 1 PAHADOXIOAL. It was somewhat paradoxical that an amendment to the peace treaty to have the name of Cod mentioned In It was proposed by Senator Sher man, who according to his own statement In tho Senate never has said a prayer In all his life. The' amendment, like tho rest of Its fel lows, was voted down for several leasons, among which the ono of Sonator Borah Is particularly Inter esting. Tho Senator from Idaho was against the amendment because bo thought it a blasphemy to ask the connivance ot Cod to a treaty that Involved the oppression of almost half the world. PRESENT ANOTHER SCHEME. The London correspondent of the Associated Press cabled Monday that the British Government will an nounce" during the present week a new scheme of Irish government, according to a utrongly supported report In Parliamentary circles Mon day. Under tho plan said to be In prospect there would be a grant of home rule to Ireland, with power for counties to vote themselves out and form a governing body for the areas which might be thus excluded from tho igeneral scheme. A su preme bodyy however, presided over by the Lord Lieutenant, would have authority ovorhoth the other bodl03. HELPLESS AND HOPELESS. ''Leading Democrats" of the J. Sharp Williams brand, while trjlng to block the Republic of Ireland, aro onlv making Republicans of tho so called Irish Democrats hero at home, and when that happens Williams, of Mississippi, and Robinson, of Ar kansas, and a few more of tho "solid South" politicians will be of a minority helpless and hopeless Solid South Democrats do not have to worry over Irish constituents, but a solid North of Republicanism may make them sit up and take notlw. Little Rock Guardian. JAPAN 1CICKS. Tho Associated Press cables that, tho Japanese Privy Council on Thursday favored impeachment of the Ministry of Premier Hara and the Versailles peace delegation for unsatisfactory peace terras, accord Ing to a cable received from Toklo by tho Hawaii Hochl, a Japanese dally newspaper at Honolulu. CHURCH IN BERLIN. In Borlln there aro about 190 Catholic churches and chapels. The largest parldh ds that iof the Sacred Heart with 31,400 souls. , St. Hed wlg's has 28,000: also tho parish of St. Matthews. St. Pius' number" 26,000 souls. Thtflre are about 250 parish priests in Berlin. PROOF ENOUGH. The anxiety of "our British cous ins" over the League of Nations' battle In our Senate only goes to provo that tho league was their own manufacture. STATUE FOR FRANCE. Paul Baiilett, one of the world's leading sculptors and creator or nu merous statues that adora public places of many American cities, haa commencod work on the statue of Lafayette which the Knights of Co lumbus will present to tho City of Metz, France. The statue, which has been accepted with acclaim by the citizens of Metz, will be a ro plica ot the famous Bartlett Lafay ette presented ito Franco by the school children of tho United States somo years ago. But on the ped estal of the statue will be four new bas-rellefa one of Gen. Pershing at the tomb ot Lafayette, ono of Presi dent Wilson reading his war mes sage to Congress, ono of Marshal Foch deMveVlng his prophetic mes sage of tho recapture of Melz to tio supremo officers of the Knights of ColumAus, and ono of Columbus on the Santa Maria. Besides the bas reliefs there will be symbolic car touches concerning eech subject. The Knights are making arrange ments for a mammoth pilgrimage to Metz for the occasion of the un veiling, which ceremony will prob ably be performed by Marshal Foch on Lafayette day, September 6, next ytear. It i3 expected that 2,000 per sons wHl go to Fj-ance on a special liner to be chartered by the Knights, and the French Government has promised all Hihe Assistance in It? power to make the pilgrimage a sucoesB. The viftltors wiH be con ducted over the battlefields of France d will also 'make a pil grimage to Lewaes. RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our read ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. W. G. RORK, PmUenl. WEST BROADWAY INCORPORATED GUARANTEED VULCANIZING Office and Workrooms Northeast Corner Seventh and Broadway Homo Phone City 2511 Louisville, Kentucky SHULER AXLE MANTJJFACTUBING COMPANY INCORPORATED Automobile, Motor Truck and Trailer Axles. GENERAL OFFICES & FACTORY Local and Long Distance Phoaea JONES AND- N STREETS Parkway 2 South 903 LOUISVILLE, KY. We Tailor Your Coat, Suit, Dress or SHirt FLB1A.SING INDIVIDUALITY MEGLEMRY-WARD COMPANY INCORPORATED 003 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE. Phones 3245, Main or City. C. E. YANN DAIRY COMPANY Incorporated. 508-510 SOUTH WENZEL ST. ' Both Phonos 4202 JOHN B. O'LEARY & OO. iioaaquarters for CITY AND FARM .PROPERTY See us about anything in real estate. We sell, buy and rent. 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Home Phone City 4464. SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. Loans to those having regular in comes or salary, with no publicity or red tape. Loans to housekeepers n their personal security. F. R. POOLEY, Qoom 1, Courier-Journal Building, 41G S. Fourth Street. "SbUTHEEN STAR" SLICED BACON 'All Ready for Your Griddle In the Morning" HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVHiLB PROVISION CO. Incorporated DEAD ANIMALS HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID Call Home Phone City 721; Cumb. Phono Main 721. LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES All Kinds of Footwear For the Whole Family Two HAMBLY'S Stores 20th and Portland. ISth and Magazine Shaw. 1716 City. 7164 SOUTH LOUISVILLE SAVINGS AND DEPOSIT BANK Fourth nnd Central Avenue Three Per Cent. Paid on Saving Deposits. A General Banking Busi ness Transacted. Both Phones 2406 RKT7TLINGXR 0 0 Adolpb Rentlinger FIRE INSURANOB TORNADO, LIABILITY AND ' PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRJ STREET CALL US FOR Oil and Grease FOR ALL PURPOSES Kentucky Consumers Oil Company Louisvillo - -- -- Kentucky ? aeee4 f 1 M. I. BAKKON, Prisldent nd:Hinar. 1 a IP. BANNON 1 ! ! Sewer and Calvert Pip, Baaaoa's Patent Lidded . JWall Coping, Drain Tile, Vitrified BricK, m tftre Proaflarf. Flat Linlne. Fire BricLl! Grate and OFFICE 836, SOUTH PHONES CITY X WORKS- Thirteenth anil Breckinrid nnd -Ninth and. Magaali. Dire year boy as education tkat wll prepare tfcefe for llfev ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE tit W. Broadway, IkjalarUIe, Ky Conduoted by the Xaverlaa Brother IkbkIhmI OniaHtlllN aaaj4 Y3latnMe touraea, Preparatory Department, Larg fcwlmmlng- Pool, Well Equipped Oymna 4tum. Terms moderate. lire, Baajaraln, 'tr t4.4. ! ...M SMOKE TARPY'S Lady Dash 10c Little L . 5c 1 Best Cigars Hade i A,t. 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OFFICE OUTFITTERS STATIONERS PRINTERS National Roofing and Supply Company Incorporated Pitch, Coal Tar, Tarrcn Folta, Gravel Roofing (A Specialty). 124 W. Main Phones City 1250; Main 1400-Y rroyiiK'S fxovzsest asbqovlt9m Incorporated Was OrganlMd fey Well-known OtiUeaa Xi A 1 Oa 7Brsitnra and Other TmmmI Property at XOWSX BATES COLEMAN BUILDINQ 8. E. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON Both Phones 3S8C f. BAKNON, JR., Vic Pru. aid Treat. PIPE CO.! Pipe for Steam Conduits, Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tops, S THIRTEENTH STREET. 873-1786. CUMB. MAIN 307. ) S CORNS.BUNIONS IstTowIsc wd Abwratl Halls SelwtMie TrttM Dr. Uriah Z. Lltsiy Chiropodist S07 Starka B.iMla r Both Pbc.-ea Homo Phono 2550 Louis A. Brorim, D. D. S. DENTIST " 900-901 STARKS BUILDINQ. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N. W. Corner Fourth and jiff irsM t?R'iSv fellljgMP V .-A?