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TUESDAY NIGHT, DECEMBER 13
Admission will be free, and the public is cordially
LOUISVILLE'S CHRISTMAS TREAT.
PAULIST CHORISTERS AT AUDITORIUM
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15
WORLD'S GREATEST CHOIR
SEVENTY-FOUR BOYS AND MEN SOLOISTS.
Mr. John Finnegan, New York's Famous Tenor
Masters Hallet Dolan, Soprano Tommy Coats, Mezzo-Soprano
Joe Manus, Contralto
to attend and enjoy an evening of Irish music.
Entered at the LouUvlIle Poitstflce at Second-Clan Matter.
HIOME OF THE PAULIST CHORISTERS.
Uim CMSudctticM to 0 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 319-321 Wist Liberty Stmt
LOUISVILLE, KY x SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1921
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FREEDOM FOK IRELAND.
Throughout the -wonkl there is re
joicing that a treaty has been, signed
by the Sinn Fein and British, Cab
inet which grants freedom to Ire
land and raises her to (the status of
a Free State. That the treaty will
be ratified by tho two Parliaments
seems now certain, as there will be
'"no opposition to tho terms unless It
comes from the Insignificant but
hostile Ulster Orange factionu For
o-ver seven hundred years tho Irish
nation has struggled and waited for
this day, which will bring peace
and happiness to Ireland and Eng
land. For both this will bring a
happy Christmas, and In their pray
ers of thanksgiving to the God of
peace none will be more earnest or
fervent than the sons and daughters
and friends of Ireland fa Louisville
and Kentucky. For all it means a
new and better era.
the case If we 'had an organized pub
lic opinion. Our people can be
trusted to do the right thing in a
crisis, but unfortunately they havo
neglected the moans of checking up
tho work of their public servants as
well as of .'ompelling theji to obey
their" mandate, delivered' at the
polls. When our people take a live
Interest la tho "work of their official
servants then we shall be assured of
tho service wo desire.
The Catholics of America are in
tensely desirous of peace and a hap
py issue to the disarmament confer
ence. The Idea of disarmament orig
inated with Pope Leo XIII., was
taken up by plus X., repeated by
Benedice XV. In 1917, and has 'at
last been brought to tho council
table of the nations by President
Harding. Special prayers for the
success of the conference hove been
ordered by prelates in many parts
of tho United States. Archbishop
Hanna, of San' Francisco, wiho as
Chairman of the Admlnstrative Com
mittee of the National Catholic Wel
fare Council was one of those who
signed the original letter, directed
to President Harding, asking him
to have the United States take tho
initiative In a movement for disarm
ament and world peace. Archbishop
Hayes has said with much, perti
nence: "It seems to me an obvious truth
that tho ambition to have tho larg
est army or the most powerful navy
Is one of the most unholy of all
national idealS. Its honesty of pur
pose may well bo questioned on its
very face. Constant will be the
temptation to try out such engines
of destruction on the weaker. Pro
texts easily arise to force issues of
Bo-called justice and national honor
that would never be thought of, If
might could not make right. Tho
limitation of armaments is a long
step towards universal and perman
It would be premature to predict
a happy issue to tho conforence, but
with so many prayers going up to
the Throne of Mercy from the hearts
of Christendom, we may confidently
hope that God will send peace in
our day and make International dis
armament his Christmas glftl to a
world weary of war and Its horrors.
The greatest honor that can. he
paid ex-Marine William A. Redd, Jr.,
for his heroic act in saving a train
from being wrecked during tho
flood at San Antonio, will be in mak
ing known to all his display of
American bravery' and manhood.
Here Is indeed an example whom all
might well follow. His noble spirit
stamps him as an. exponent of what
wo consider the hlghset standards
and worthy all honors. The honor
we suggest Is being sensibly con-J
ferred upon tho brave Marino by
Chairman William H. Clayton and
the Ace High Medal Foundation.
All will admit that this honor will
serve a more lasting and fruitful
purpose than money alone.
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Sir Jimmlo Craig, tho Half Ulster
Premier, says that "Ulster" will notl
havo anything to do with Lloyd
George's peaco formula, but that it
will stand to its guns to the last
gasp. This Is nothing more than
the usual Orango bluff, a variation!
of tho threat to kick tho Queen's
crown into the 'Boyne if disestab
lishment of the -church were pro
ceded with. The Orangeman is no
more progressive now than in 1870,
when this threat was made, and no
more likely to make his threat good
than ho was then. Besides ho will
have a problem of his own to solve
when he tries to govern Tyrone,
Fermanagh, South Down, the great
or part of Armagh and Derry Ctiy,
which have declared allegiance to
the Irish Republc.
December 18-20 Turkey disposal
auspices of Columbia Athletic Club,
G21 East St. Catherine.
December 22 Christmas enter
tainment by pupils of St. Phillip
Neri's school lin Wlndthorat Hall.
December 22 'Christmas enter
tainment of children of St, Philip
Nerti School, Windthorgt Hall.
il SOCIETY. I
HEADS- THE JUNIORS.
Little William Cllnes was this
week elected President of the Junior
Literary Society of St. Xavler'e
College, and is very proud of tho
honor. Billy smiles when the boys
aauress Mm as "Mr. President,"
Tho Robent Emmet Branch of the
American Association for the Recog
nition of tho Irish Republic will
celebrate Irish freedom with on
Irish Sonora concert next Tuesday
evening at HoJy Rosary Hall, and
members are urged to bring their
friends, admission to- be tree. Se
lections of Jolhn McCormack, Ghaun
cey Olcott and Irish dances will bo
SHOULD BE REPAID.
The disarmament gathering in
Washington appears to be headed to
one objective as far as we are con
cerned, which Father Dooley tersely
describes as: "Cancel tho foreign
loans and throw youT arms away."
So far this Is a correct summary of
the, work being done at tho Wash
ington conforence, for surely such
friendship as tho conferees profess
for each, other could not and would
not bo complete if oue party insisted
on the refunding of the moneys
spent for what they regard as a
comtnoa purpose. By the way,
would not the United States by in
slating on these loans being repaid
do more ior disarmament than any
amount of hairsplitting by tho diplo
matic four-flushers who foregather
at the 'national capital?
The Particular Council of the SL
Vincent do Paul Society- announces
inai wa members or the local con
ferences will approach holy com-
munllon tomorrow morning da their
respective churches, and that tho
quarterly mooting will bo held to
morrow afternoon in Kndghts of Co
lumbus Hall. At rthis meeting Sec
retary Bohan will read Who report
of tho year and also the quarterly
reports of the conferences. Rev.
Father Diomede, of St. Joseph's
church, will deliver the address. An,
Invitation is extended by President
John Doyle to active and honorary
members- of tho various, parish, con
ferences to attend this meeting,
which will bo a general interest.
SIIOAV THREE DAYS.
What i the difference between a
League of Norton and an Associa
tion of Nations? Dies not league
presume associatLin, mid la not a
soriabloi the framework of league?
By whit peculiar process of reason
ing dn President Kaidlng Inter
pret tfc cxtrAvrdinary majority vote
agtttaat the League of Nations as a,
maadaVi to enter in Associrtion of
Nations? tt ,n an alarrajaz &ad hu
mJUatias fast tha: the present ad
J,Mfa)taatioa is more responsive to
th wMm of oerteta foreign, govern
ment than, ie the wishes of ttiebe
who pur .tfc reins of ffoerjamet
toto it hands.
The newest and best production
of the Catholic Art Association,
"The Blasphemies-," will be presents
ed December 10, 11 and 12, wfcth a
matine every afternoon, tut a, show
ing to bo given tn St. Xaviot's Gym
nasium, 118 West Boradway. The
Btory of "Tho Blasphemer" is a
transcript of life. You will wfeep
and laugh over It; it will play upon
your heart strings, it will call up
tho bubble) of laughter from tho4
wens or mlrtih, it will thriM, you
and enthrall you, it will entertain
you and teach, you.
KING GEORGE IIAPPY.
King George telegraphed Prime
Minister David Lloyd George Tues
day afternoon tho royal congratula
tions on tho neashing of the Irteh!
agreement. The mteawwre mead:
"I am overjoyed to hear the
Bplendfd news' you hare jut sen
ma. i congratulate you with aH
my heart cm. th successful tormina
tloa of these d4ffteu&t abd protracted
negotlankms; iwhteh fe due to She' pa
'ttence and eoooiitafcory spirit which
you have shown, ttwxmgaout, and
I am indeed' happy in some snmM
way to 'ham anidMeA W v
bmcMi to kaUtst in ' 1Mb
ffcfe would sot be'ohwvMtet;"
Mrs. Josephine Korr, of Blooming
ton, Ind is visiting Mrs. Edward
Dion in Jeffersonvillo.
Miss Vera Ford, Jeffersonvllle, has
returned from Seymour, where sho
was the guest of friends.
Misses Bess and Llla Berry spent
last week at New Hope, visiting
Mr. and Airs. Edgar Salesman. .
Miss Irere Louis Muench, who
was operated on. recently at St. Jo
seph's Infirmary, is Improving.
Mrs. F. E. Byrne and sons,. Beech
monit, have returned from a month's
visit with her sister in Roanoko.
Mrs. J. Sidney llagau, of New
Haven, was here the past week, the
guest of her sister, Mrs Joe Price.
Mr. and Mrs. John N. Boteier have
returned from tlba South, where
they have been, spending the past
"Miss Ruby Despain, who was the,
g'lest of her sister, Mis. 'Charles
Wingfield, has returned to her home
at New Haven.
'Misses Ottilia Kipp and Georgia
Ferriell, Mrs. James Rapier and
Kendrick Bowling were last week
visitors at New Haven.
Mr. and Mrs. John Magulre, Park
view, .entertained last week for Miss
Leona French, John Black and Mr.
and Mrs. B. J. Johnson.
Master Fred Sweeney cam from
St. Mary's College, St. Helen's, to
spend Thanksgiving with his par
ents, South Thirds street.
Mrs. Kate Dutllngor has returned
to her home at Nashville after a
pleasant visit with her. sister, Mrs.
J. P. Sweeney, and family of Third
Mr. and Mrs". Joseph. H. Nold, of
West Chestnut street, went to Lo
rattto Thursday, their daughter, Miss1
Ida Nold, taking tho first veil as;
a Sister of Laretto,
Misses Nannie Wilson and Lucille
Moore, of Bardstown, and Mrs, Clara
Hamilton, of tho city, wore' week-end
guests of Mrs. H. 7. Beam, 3838
Misses Elizabeth Gohmann and
Dottle Knoob have returned to Sa
cred Heart Academy, alter spending
the Thanksgiving vacation with their
parents in New Albany.
.Mr. and Mrs. Samuel B, Metcalfe
annonuce tho engagement of tholr
daughter, Miss Lilllani Anona Met
calfe, to Gilbert S. Ganz. The wed
ding; will take place Tuesday, De-
Mlse Mary Nlehaus entertained
her 500 luncheon club afc hor home
In the West End. Those; present
wore Misses Margaret Brocar, Mary
jsuzaoetn. campcou, 'Anna Mary
House, Louise Fine, Sherrill Mc-
Crann, Mary Ie Pfelffer, Lyon Rid
dle, Mary NIehaus and Charles Pfeif-
Seb. O. Hubbuch, Jr., ia the honor
guefef at the Hubbuch, home, 2324
Weet Jefferson, where mjany friends,
of tho happy parents are calling and
extending greetings. Seb. O., St., la
wearing a real Christmas smile and
at Manklm Council was given a foil
ing cheer when the news became
known Monday night.
Misses Kathryn and. Dorothy Wat
soni entertained at their home with1
a Saturday afternoon! reception.
Thoee present were Mieses Dorothy
Hagan, Agnes Veeneman, Frances
Veneman, Dorothy Dugan, Dorothy
JSvarsletKh, Mary C. Caeslly, Anna
Roee Casslly, Laura Haydon, Rese
ller home oni Wednesday afternoon
of last week. Those present were
Mesdames L. Franke, H. Stockhoff,
Toney Wagner, Ed King, J. F,
Dusch, R. Miersch, Henry Knadler,
Arthur Kaiser, E. Schellmlller,
Thomas Mulvey, A. Aurlch and A.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Dolan
entertained tho members of their
sotalal club with a card party at
their residence, 951 Seventh street,
Tuesday evening. First prizes wore
won by Mrs. John J. Barry and
Thos. F. Dolan; second by Mrs. D.
J. Reardon and Mr. Peter Mueller;
consolidation prize, Mrs. C. J.
O'Leary. Luncheon and dancing
followed the games.
Mrs. A. A. Spaninger gave a de
lightful bridge patty at her home on
Everett avenue last week. Her
guests included Mlesdames P. H.
Callaahn, J, V. Thompson', S. J.
Boldirick, R. A. Watson, J. T. Mo
ran, W." Bab Fisher, F. G. Dnewry,
J. H. Keown, H. Allan Watts, W. C.
Blttner. H. N. Rltter, Phil Arnold,
Hugh Young, W. H Frieze, Miss
Queen Ryan, George Watts, Robert
Lucas, Fred Forcht, Jr., L. T. KUap
heke, J. N. Grantl, Earl Edmondson,
E. C. Pearsonv P. H. Spalding, D. J.
McCarthy, J. O. Lehman D. J. Ry
an, D. C: Collins, of New Albany.
The Catholic Basketball League
opens Tuesday night, December 13,
with eight crack fives, all primed for
the battle of their lives, to take
the floor in their initial combat of
the season. The teams that, will
compose tho Catholic loop are Mack
In, Trinity, Fairmont, Bertrand,
Vernon, Brueins, Knights of Colum
bus and the Catholic Order of For
resters. Three of tho most capable
referees in the Falls Cities have
been selected, to handle the games
for the coming season. Joseph
Burke, who acted as referee in
many of the games last season In
tho Catholic league, has been chosen
chief referee this year. Hopkins
and 'Dug" -Hafbinson will assist
Burke. At a meelting of tho teams',
Father Ceiestine, of St. Anthony's,
was elected President of tho loop.
Arthur Keep was chosen Vice Pres
ident, and Ray Owens, Secretary.
Fourteen contests will complete the
schedule and tho fiVes are more
evenly matched than, thoy were lasti
season, according to reports re
ceived from! all camps. All games
will be played in the following gym
nasiums: St. Anthony, St. Xavier.
Vernon, Trinity and Mackin.
HIGH CLASS PICTURES
. For Every Member
of the Family at
FRED FEIGE & SON
43 iE. MARKET ST.
O O -A. L
For Quality and Quantity
City 3141 or Main 721
"West Ky. Lump $.25
W.Va. KivcrLump $.775
llarlnn Lump $7.75
Lepping Coal Company
Second and Water.
323 W. JEFFERSON
Under new management, with pre-war
prices, dive us a trial.
ROACH & SKELTON.
Overhauled and Cleaned
E. G. HEART1CK
Clty21Sl East 21 73
915 E. Broadway.
lsfrytei Mi AbntriEil Killt Scliitiflcilly TruM
Dr. Uriah Z. Lltsty
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BILL OF SALE MADE APKIL 1, 1015, BY II. A. J. PULS TO
II. B. DRIVER,
KNOW ALL MEN, that I, H. A. J. Puis, of Louisville, Jeffer
son County, Kentucky, for and In consideration of tho sum of
$3,500, do bargain, sell, transfer, assign and deliver unto H. B.
Driver, of Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, the dye and clean
ing business of H. A. J. Puis, now being carried on and conducted
by the said Puis at No. 426 South Fifth street, In Louisville, Jef
ferson founty, Kentucky, Its good will, name, the lease of said
premises at No. 42G South Fifth street, In said city, county and
State, and all my rights, title or Interest In or to every tangible or
Intangible thing or property now upon said premises or in any way
belonging to, pertaining to or connected with tho said business, tho
books of the business and all notes or accounts unpaid as of" April
1, 1015, together with all of the following enumerated and listed ar
ticles of personal property now on said promises or belonging there
on or to the said business conducted as aforesaid at No. 42G South
Fifth street, in said city, county and State.
TO HAVE AND TO HOLD, as of and from April 1, 1015, all
and each of tho above bargained, sold and delivered rights, titles
and interest to tho said H. B. Driver, Ills executors, personal rep
resentatives and assigns forever.
And I, the said H. A. J. Puis, do further covenant with tho said
H. B. Driver, that there is now no mortgage, lien or encumbrance
on any of f.a!d properfy or business or interest, and that I, H. A. J.
Puis, will not for a porlod of ten years, engage in or be connected,
directly or indirectly, with any business competing with tho busi
ness herein sold to H. B. Driver, conducted by the said Driver or
by the corporation herein referred to.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I havo hereunto set my hand this
first day of April, 1015.
H. A. J. PULS.
Arthur M. Wallace,
R. G. Fritts.
Our business has been very successful since I purchased the In
terest of H. A. J. Puis, April 1, 1015. At that time It was a very
small business, doing under $300 business during the week ending
April 10, 1015, but with hard work and sound business mothods wo
have built up a wonderful trade, independent of any association or
combine, and our business for tho week ending April 0, 1021, has
increased 500 over the business for the week of April 10, 1015.
Wo hayo enlarged our place of business at 421 WEST CHESTNUT
STREET, and on May 23, 1021, we purchased tho plant and assets
of the Economy Cleaning Co., which Is one of the most up-to-date
dry cleaning plants in the city.
BOTH PHONES 2635
For the Best Service and Quality of Work in the City
Men's Tjvo-Pieco Suits .'. $1.50
Men's Three-Pleco Suits $1.75
Men's Overcoats 1.75
Sports Cloaks and Clonks, Ladles' . $1.50 up
PULS DRY CLEANING COMPANY
HARRY B. DRIVER & SON
421 WEST CHESTNUT STREET.
2T' B. Wo are- not connected or interested In any way with a
now concern of a similar name. n. A. J. Puis has not been in tho
employ of tills company since OCTOBER, 1017.
oils, as Supreme Trustees, to succeed
the late Capt. Michael Qulnn, of
Brooklyn. Tlio appointment is an
excellent one and will receive hearty
approval by tho membership at
DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA.
Mayor-elect D. D. Smith, of
Frankfort, last week entertained
with a beautifully-appointed dinner
for the advisory committee appointr
ed by J. J. Brislan, President of the
Chamber of Commerce. CoVero were
laid for Messrs. S. French Hogo,
E. E. Hoge, Russoll McRery, Pat
Sullivan, George Halmhuber, Thom
as P. Rogers, Geofgo C. Shaw. W.
A. Lutkemeier and Joseph Rupert.
AMERICAN IRISH SOLDIERS.
An. ofllcer of the United. States
army has arrived 1a Dubldn Co make
arrangemteirtB for the burial in Ire
land of twenty-six Irishmen of tho
United States army who fought to.
the European war. The ofllcer will
deliver the bodies to tihol relativteH
who will bury them in different
parts of Ireland, Aastetaace is bedag
rendered by the Dublin Municipal
The following officers were elect
ed for the ensuing year at the reg
ular semir-momthlly meeting of Lou
isville Circle, Daughters of Isabella,
lalst Sunday afternoon at Knights of
Columbus Hall: -
'Regent Miss Mary Cummins.
Vice Regent Mrs. C. J. Casallly.
Treasurer1 Alias Margaret Cor
coran. Financial Secretary Miss Irene
Recording Secretary Miss Rose
fPruBtee Miss Agnes Wellington.
Chancellor Mrs. J. A. Hoot-tor.
psiondtor Mrs. Thos. A. Brocar.
Custodian Mrs. Poter Campbell.
'Scrdbe Miss Gertrude McGinn.
' Organist Mias Hildegardo, Stoes-
Inside Guard Mis3 Margaret
Outer Guard Miss Anna c. Senn.
Banner Boarer Miss Alletta Hancock.
First Guide Miss Agnes Dlgnanw
Second Guide Mteis Catherine
R1 OO Pens Savings Account at the Largest and
ipi.VV oldest Bank in the State.
National BanK of Kentucky
FIFTH AND MAIN STREET.
OPEN FOR BUSINESS
NEW CASH DEPARTMENT STORE
Women's and Children's Ready to Wear. Men's Furnishings and Piece
Goods, m correct styles and serviceable qualities. All articles in store are fresh
and new. Our Policy Buy for cash, sell for cash, small overhead, small mar
gin and utmost value.
CASH DEPARTMENT STORE
320 "WEST JEFFEKSON STREET
A GOOD INVESTMENT
I have a number of second mortgage notes amply secured,
which I will sell at a sufficient discount to make a very attractive
TAMPTON AUBUOHON, Pros.
MARION E. TAYLOR BLDG.
VISITING HIS PARENTS.
Sunday afternoon the Archconfra-
ternlty or the Passion, held its reg
ular meeting1 at the Sacred Heart
Retreat on the Nowburg road. The
attendance was gratifying. Rev.
Father Leander Berliner, the rector,
preached a sermon that made its
impress on the members and others
Burko Volt, one of Jefferaonvllle's
well knowm young men. and now in
the navy, is home from the Brook
lyn navy yard, visiting his parents'.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin A. Volt. Ha will
leaver December 1 6 and sail for Panr
ama January 3. ,
Tho Goose on Wrapper Is Assurance That
Magic White Naphtha Soap and Magic Flakes
Are the Original. Manufactured By
MAGMO SOAP COMPANY
1201 Story Avenue. Louisville, Ky.
PATRICK NAMHD TRUSTEE.
Supreme President Gaudln, of th&
raary Burn and Virginia Veeneman. OathbHe Knight of America, has ap-
IMre. Arthur German. eatenUl&ed I rotated Norman. G. Patrick, a brH- Bie-hop in the United States. Fa1
thy Neighborhood Boehre Otub at Ma yens attoraey of IndiH!p- thr 0Oonnkr returned Saturday,
Rev. Father Francis O'Connor, as-
Itant rector at the Cathedral, vis
ited in Toledo lelst week and. assist
ed at the consecration of the Right
Rev.. Samuel A. Strltchi as Bishop of
that diocese. The new head of
the Toledo diocese is the1 youngest
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