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KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN.
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.
Itad to the Social and Moral Advancement ol Iflih AmerfatM tad Calholla
Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men'a
Institute and Catholic Knights of America.
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KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINT1NO CO., Incorporate. Publishers
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c
Hnterrd at the Laulivllle Pottofllce at Srconil-Clan Matter.
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LOUISVILLE, KY SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1919
SKASON OP ADVENT.
The occleslastlcal year began last
Sunday, tho first Sunday of Advent.
Advent la tho Liturgy of the Catho
lic church is tho season of prepara
tion lor tho festival of Christmas.
The cervices of the church during
Advent (except on saints' days) are
of e penitential character. The
Gloria In Excelsls Is not said at
mass, tho color of tho sacred vest
ments Is purplo or violet, and tho
altar Is unadorned. There are four
Sunday? In Advent, reminding us of
the four thousand yoars of the Old
Testament. , Advent means coming,
tho coming of tho Saviour of the
world, Jesus Christ. During this
aeason we prepare for tne great
foast of Clirl3tmas, the coming, tho
birthday of Jesus. Jesus is God-man
nnd Ho was tho desired of nations,
tbo Saviour, tho Redeemer of tho
world. Let us make use of this
holyrseason by performing many acts
of devotion and good works and
prove ourselves followors of tho
Babo of Bethlehem, who will bring
us great joy on Christmas.
PUBLIC AT SEA.
first domanded unqualified ratifica
tion. Tho big question that will como
before tho Senate Is not whether
thero shall bo reservations. That
point is settled. How far tho reser
vations shall extend is still to bo
determined. Wo have no doubt that
they will include Articlo X., tho
Monroo doctrine, tho Shantung
agreement and conditions for our
leaving tho proposed league at any
time wo wish. Tho supremacy of
December 11 Paullst Choristers
at tho Armory.
December 14 and 21 Presentation
Academy entertainment, afternoon
nt 2:30 o'clock.
Buy your wheel tickets at tills
office.
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I SOCIETY.
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Mrs. Denny Hlnes left yesterday
to visit relatives in Danville and
Ilarrodsburg.
Attorney J. J. Kavanaugh loft
Saturday to spend several weeks In
Wichita Falls, Toxas.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hanloy left
tho first of tho week for a visit
with friends In Frankfort.
Miss Susan McDormott will return
December 15 from Now York, whero
sho has been for several weeks.
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ANNOUNCING
Miss Margaret Bannon, of Joffer
sonvillo. spent tho holiday week vis
iting relatives in Indianapolis.
Mrs. Oeorgo ZIx has returned af
ter a two months' visit to her
daughter, Mrs. Allen Long, in New
Jersey. A llttlo grandson, John
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Tho coal operators assert one
thing and tho striking minora an
pthor anont the present coal situa
tion, but the public is still in the J
dark as to tho real troublo because
of thoxlncompleto statements from
botbyeldos. Why not haw the
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oper aurnoriues can iur u
financial report from the operators
and a like report from tho miners,
at the same time telling just how
much tho miners mako and how
many days they work during' the
year.
ATTENTION
Robert Emmet Branch, Friends of
Irish Freedom.will hold its regul r meet
ing at Bertrand Hall, 1122 South Sixth
street, Tuesday, December 9, at 8 p. m.
All sympathizers with the Republic
of Ireland in its now critical hour are
asked to attend. Doors open for all.
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Finding that his congregation
wouldn't como to hear him preach
tho gospel Rev. R. Ernest Akin,
pastor-of the First Unitarian church
Of this city, has introduced movie
pictures aa a drawing card, and tho
dally press reports that 800 people,
or three and a half times larger than
tho usual congregation, wore present
Sunday night for tho show. Pastor
Akin led his audience in singing
'Tho Long, Long Trail," and "On
ward Christian Soldier." Tho
feature picture shown was "The
Passing of tho Third Floor Back,"
with Forbes Robertson as the Btar.
Tho only disappointing feature was
that tho congregation acted like a
regular movie audience In trying to
hustle out as soon as the picture
show was finished.
TURN THEM BACK.
Preparation for turning tho rall
- ways of tho country back to private
management at tho beginning of tho
year are going forward. The change
will not be welcomed In all quarters,
but we believe it Is tho wisest thing
to do. Two years of experience of
government management has served
to convince most Impartial observers
that private management Is much
more efficient. Wo do not dony that
Bomo of' tho mismanagement under
government control was duo to men
who wished to mako out a case
against government ownership. They
cortalnly succeeded beyond their
fondest hopes.
tho United States in our own affairs
must bo maintained at all costs, nna
wo must not bind ourselves to main
tain and perpetuate national Injus
tices through tho league. If those
who drew up tho instrument arc
not satisfied with that, wo should
stay out of tho league altogether.
Thero Is no mistaking now tho at
titude of tho country in regard to
the proposed League of Nations and
tho peace treaty. Even thoso who
tvero Btaunchest in supporting tho
President's demand for ratification
without any reservation aro now ad
vocating compromise. If they nro
willing to accept tho right kind of
compromise they may get it. If not,
thoy must face outright defeat. Wo
should dislike to see tho treaty
made a political issuo in tho next
campaign. Wo havo domestic prob
lems enough, without dragging in
this overshadowing issue. If tho
Democrats aro wise thoy will keep
it out, for tho decision on it has
already been reached by tho pooplo
of America. Better a thousand
times no League of Nations and no
treaty of peace, declares the Truo
Voice, than tho treaty that Mr. Wil
son brought back from Europe and
tried to forco on tho country. From
that tho courageous action of tho
Senate has saved us. Tho country
wants no mora of it.
Allon, arrived during her stay to
gladden tho hearts of tho young
parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel B. Kelly left
Monday to spend several weeks In
Columbus, Ohio, whero Mr. Kelly
will bo on business.
Miss Lucy Lowry returned Mon
ilaj from Ashland, whoro sho spent
Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. Lowry, Sr.
Mrs. M. J. TIernoy announces the
marriage of her daughter, Miss Mao
J. Tlerney, to Samual ll. Le Joune
on Wednesday, November 26.
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Geo. Kremer, Jr., who is at school
in Morristown, N. J spent tho
Thanksgiving holidays with Arthur
Whitney at Morris Plains, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrsr. John O'Connor, of
Chicago, spent tho Thanksgiving
holidays with Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
Duffy at their homo on Cherokee
road.
RECENT DEATnS.
Miss Helen Malono will leave af
ter Christmas for Now York, whoro
nho will be bridesmaid at the wed
ding of a classmate, Miss Miller
Jones.
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GOODS LAID ASIDE ON PART PAYMENT
Cornelius Pfeiffer, who 1& study
ing at Notro Damo, Ind., will return
for tho Christmas season to be with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cal J.
Pfeiffer.
Tho funeral of George Esterlo,
who was well known in the East
End, took place Wednesday morn
ing from St. Boniface church. Ho
was fifty-four years old.
BONERS' DEMAND.
Since tho signing of tho armistice,
last November, the soft coal miners
of tho country havo averaged
twenty-two hours work a week. This
waa not the fault of tho miners. We
do not know with certainty -that It
was tho fault of the operators. But
vhAm la stwnfethinir wrong In an
Industry whoro this condition Is
possible. Tho miners' demand for
a thirty-hour week does not seem
unreasonable when It Is understood
that tho men are asking for more
work and Increased production. We
Buspect that increased production is
just what tho operators don't want.
SEEKING A COJITROMISE.
By tho death of Philip KIndgen
SU Vincent do Paul's parish loses
another of Its respected members.
Ho was forty years old and tho be
loved husband of Theresa KIndgen,
G07 Caldwell street. Tho funeral
took place Tuesday morning.
Tho funeral of Mrs. Mary Burke,
widow of John Burke, who died In
Cincinnati on Wednesday, took
place yesterday morning from St.
Elizabeth's church. Deceased was
seventy-two years old and tho moth'
er of James D, Burke, 924 Mulberry
stroot.
Francis Marshall McKernan will
return December 19 from Ashovlllo
School, Ashovlllo, N. C, to spend
tho holidays wth his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. F. C. McKernan.
Mr. and Mrs. Stafford McKenna,
oi Fairiteiu, announce tho engage
ment oi their attractive and accom
plished daughter, Miss Mary Frances
McKenna, to Thomas A. Gllkey, of
Bardstown.
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Misses Margaret and Anno Eliza
beth Morlarty, why., havo been vJalt
Ing In Now York City .and Whlto
stone, L. I lor. tho past month,
have returned to their homo on
Brook street.
Mrs. Charlotte Ackerman, beloved
wife of Joseph Ackerman, 804 Fehr
avenuo, closed a well spent Hio
Monday, leaving many who mourn
her death. Sho was seventy-four
years old and long a member of St.
Bonlfaco church, from whero tho
funeral took place Wednesday morning.
Administration leaders give assur
ances that the peace treaty, which
tailed of ratification in the Senate,
will again be Introduced at tho reg
ular Bosfliph of Congress and rati
fied with moderate reservations. We
rattier exj8ct that some compromise
will be arrived at within the next
tew weeks. There will be no fur
ther attempta by the administration
to force the treaty through just as
it,4une from Paris. Supporters of
the- President's ill-advised pro
gramme have learned a .few things
daring :the past months. They are
bow r4y for compromise, and they
will wprk te that end with the full
approval f ih Fml4at, who at
Saturday morning Miss Estelle
Vetter, eighteen years old, succumb
ed to tuberculosis after an illness
borno with Christian fortitude. Sho
Is survived by her mother and her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Vetter, with whom sho lived. Funer
al services were held Monday morn
ing at the Church of the Immaculate
Conception, attended by many who
mourn her untimely death.
Misses Frances and Ellzabetti Ma
lone, who aro attending Sacred
Heart Academy in New York, will
lolurn December 20 to spend the
holidays with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John T. Mnlone.
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Mrs. M. J. Tlerney announces the
marriage of her daughter, Miss Mao
Tlerney, to Samuel L. LeJeuno on
Wednesday, November 27, Rev.
Frank O'Connor, of tho Cathedral,
performing tho ceremony, which
was followed by a supper at Seel
bach Hotel.
Tho Blue Bird Club entortalnod
Its members Saturday afternoon
with a box party at Macauley's.
Thoso present wore Misses Mary
Black, Cecilia Recktenwald, Loretta
Schneider, Amelia Beyer, Katherlne
Schmidt, Julia Lacher, Hilda Loew,
Cecilia BIckel, Maud Vlllun, Kather
Ino Klane, Pauline Whalon, Agnes
Murphy.
RETURN THANKS.
Louisville Circle, Daughters of
Isabella, through these columns
wish to return thanks to all friends
who contributed to the success of
the "nickel evening" held at the
Louisville Hotel last Saturday. The
work of the Circle In fitting up Hut
No. 6 at Camp Zacbary Taylor and
making It homelike and comfortable
for the soldiers was commended by
Major Gen. Summorall In hls ad
dress at the Y. W. C. A Entertain
ments ot various sorts are also be
ing given and. are greatly appreciat
ed by our soldiers. The regular bi-
Mlss Lucy Alnslle has been enter
taining a house party oyer the
Thanksgiving week-end at her home
on tho Bardstown road. On Thurs
day evening Miss Alnslle gave a
dance' lor her guests. Among them
were Misses Annie Kelly, Susie
Brooks, Mary Louise Webb, Louise
Chapman, Leonora Potter, Dorothy
Sullivan and Louise Jones; Messrs.
Lewis Southwlck, Robert McDevitt,
William Harrison, Charles Boden,
Samuel Boden, David Dye, Winston
Kratz and John Ed Slaughter.
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