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Market St. LmiUvWc, ftwws 432 Kentucky Irish American 1. 1600 Taxicab, Auto, BOTH PHONES Private Ambulance LwltYills Carriage and Taxkas Co. incorporated VOLUME XLII.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1919. guess who Is getting; most of It, but ttiey aro afraid to guess out loud. Hungry for an indorsement of tho Keystone police, the first page Is devoted to an indorsement of tho comedy police by a boy soldier at Camp Taylor. Then much space Is devoted to a defense of tho and the whqlcsale resignation of real Dolicmen from Chief Petty's force is given as a handicap, but It is not added that these were forced to real policemen resign by a lot of "Hick" motormen and conductors who wero made Sergeants and Lieutenants. Near Mayor Smith is mentioned e racfor his opposition to ing, .but the book fails to tell that racing here was thgfmost successful In years, showing thV near Mayor's knock was a boost. ' Tho book falls to mention that tJje near Mayor right after his inauguration pleaded for the real firemen to stick to their posts and that they would never bo assessed f$r political purposes, nnd yet iollecincn wero assessed $20 nnd firemen $15 in tho Maybe last election. tho near Mayor hasn't heard it yet. The ilttle joker book also , gives credit to tho present administration for tho comfort station In Lincoln Park, and ignores tho fact that the measure for this was introduced In the Democratic Council. in the summer Key-etone- rs, PRICE FIVE CENTS. WORLD TIRED Irish Want Independences For Coun- ' try nnd Freedom For SINN FEIN i Scores n Sweeping Victory in tho Election For Members IIcrFcople. Ireland AsksOidy Basic Rights to Which She Is Clearly Untitled. of Parliament. Will Proclaim war-tim- Irish Republic nnd Establish Cenjrnl Council in Dublin. Question That Will Llvo to Accuse, and to , to Condemn Execute. Iteleaso of Sinn Feluers Interned in En gin ml Expected at f Once. SEE BEYOND THE OLD GOAIi. Tho Right Rev. Francis C.Kelly, editor of tho Church Extension Magazine, writing of for Ireland, states her case as COUNTESS MAIUUEVICZ WINS. w " v 3v vfM' I (Tun MnlCKplAjl 3i MWSBmfa&'ifoasF& trtrtav far bevond the old goal. No costs WHERE PEACE CONFERENCES WILL BE HELD." Two of the beautiful rooms in the Versailles Palace. Tho upper Is a photo of tho Salon do Glaccs, tho Is the Salon des Pondules. land I" would have said just what Theso salons aro the most beautiful lower decorated, and furnished in all say today, that the Irish want France. I Independence for their country and freedom for her people. But I advocate of for would have been obliged ton years Ireland for her own sake, for the ago to add that tho Irish race did sake of democracy, but for Engnot look for a realization of their land's sake as well. I do not dethat home sire the downfall of Great Britain, aspirations at once; Ireland rulo within tho empire was tho Im- but her tardy repentance mediate goal upon which their eyes unfreed is England's death warrant. Senatorial Representatives Not nt were fixed, and that the greater She may succeed in keeping the freedom beyond was but Imperfectly Irish question out of tho peace conOdds on Collector Apference. I think she will. But she visualized, as of tho dim future. pointment. rulo within can not keep it out of tho mind of Ireland under "homo a world from which tho chains have tho empire" the Ireland of teen struck. It will livo to accuse, and of Redmond's dreams and to condemn and to execute. would have grown naturally A victory of Great Britain over Percy Haly's Plan To Build Perlogically into her own, gaining more and more of freedom as Ireland at "Versailles will bo no vicsonal Machino Receives enlarged tho tory, but a defeat. It will bo tho Ideas democratic a Chock. and hearts of the citizens signal for a new battlo, the tactics minds of tho empire and of tho world. of which have been taught tho Irish Full freedom would have become race by England herself in her Inevitable later, for Ireland's free propaganda. Tho killing of the alliance with her neighbor would Nationalist causo released monoy Reform Administration Issues Prop be of greater value to that neighbor that orico went to Ireland for her Canioulflaging nganda The than Ireland's subjection. Red- struggle from America, from Canada and .from Australia. It may go dream Ireland of Parnell and Its Reign. mond la dead. It was killed In no longer to Ireland but bo spent Kottle and more effectually In other, parts of i'MndeiB with Tom last the world. Rajwr - Redmond. England's Sinn Fein, tho "for ourselves" the ehn Comiaon latter's bravo appeal movement, asks no money, only FROST ' FOR SHERIFF ROSS. before he went U:tb ilLtki. ikWKSS" armpathy.j: doubt Jf the point yiU, If I had been asked ten years, ago to set forth the political aspirations of the Irish race, for Ire- follows: DEMOCRATIC Par-nell- 'a ia tho Twelfth ward, .being tho proposer. A picture of Davy Rose's famous motor houseboat with seven motorboats surrounding it is published but no figures as to what the houseboat cost, who it was purchased from and ab'pve all who aro the few that wanted. It. Next we are told how Jailer Barr is saving money, and one wanders why he doesn't save moro when one grand jury found out thatiprlsoners went fifty hours without food. Nice chance for a neat fcjlttlo saving there. T County Clerk Noutzel Is praised for handling the soldier vote, but no mention Is made ' of tho fact that a near riot was' staged by the soldiers on election day, nnd tho book tells the neatf" little fib that the soldiers on ONE DAY OF THE REGISTRATION registered were and on their way te the polls before '3:30 o'clock-v-Thwriter failed to state tho soldiers weren't present on ONE DAY OF THE REGISTRATION as tho polls on registration days are open to 9 p. m.,' and on election day, which wa's the date referred to, were open until 4 o'clock. Soma camouflage. Sheriff Will Ross Is 'given a "frost" In tho book, scant mention being made of his office, and there's a reason, as the advertiser says. Davy Rose wants to rtwfer "Mayor on platform, tho "city beautiful" Chief Petty is .HeaVaJaeleetlon, and 1 o of 1917, Councilman Tom Dolan, of LEVIATHAN RETURNS The giant steamer Leviathan, returned to New York bring shows happy looking chap with neither of which will be needed by WITH VETERANS. formerly Gorman steamer Vater-laning nearly 9,000 veterans. Photo captured German gun and helmet, their former owner again. d, they know matter what It and that the race is io the strong; prinsecure In Just and accepted ciples Ireland feels strong. Sho does not want to be an exception, but part of the new sulc. Sho wants Why has there been a change In tho proximate aspirations of tho frlsh race for Ireland? Because a new power has come to bo recognized among the great powers of tho earth. It Is a jower for tho general recognition of which Chrisalways contended, tianity haB though seldom with success. It is a powor that insists upon the observance of tho principles of justice by nations as well as by Individuals. It Is tho extension of tho ten commandments to collective bodies. It urges that what is sin In a person Is also sin In a nation; what Is virtue In a person is virtue In the Nations for the greater part have gone on the theory that "corporations have no soul." Statesmen have not shivered for their responsibility in corporate crime. It was an easy step for privately honest and just men to pass from the BlmpJo stealing of an election to the open robbery of territory In order They to serve national interests. forgot that onco arrived at such a point it was still easier to say that "tho King can do no wrong" and to excuse tyranny over the weak and on tho ground of expediency "that nations have no souls to save." All this Is changing. Tho world view of duty. Is getting a truer Ireland knows that; eo Ireland asks tho basic rights to which ehe Is clearly entitled. She wants tho right of her people to decide for thomselves and according to their own Interests. Ireland deserves that right. She has never given up 'her light for Independence. She has made her hopeless protests when emphasis In her national aspirations was needed and cheerfully paid tho bloody price of them. She has kept her faith with principle. She has kept her peoplo clean and religious, and her oradles filled. When the things of tho mind were proscribed equally with tho things of tho soul, and priest and schoolmaster hanged to the samo tree, she changed mountain caves into churches and. taught the classics under tho hedges of the roadside. Hopeless of gain at home, she saw her sons driven out to gains abroad. She make their showed her ability for government by giving a President to Franco, a Prime Minister to Austria, a liberator to Chile, a War Minister to Spain, Cenerals and Admirals to America, to Russia, to the world. Abraham Lincoln She taught through the mouth of one of her exiled schoolmasters. She smashed her enemy at Fontenoy with Clare's dragoons, and followed him to America for a knockout blow. She struck him on the sea with John Barry's guns on the Alliance. She kept her soul In spite of famine; made It greater in spite of exile and death. She has. won her right "by a people's fight, outliving a thousand years." I an bo bitter hater, no curaer I of enemies, no anreconellable. aiaeere and fully convinced am alwaya body politic. Palestine, freo Slovakia, free Germany, freo they all will hear. I, for one, would, willingly avert the disaster to Great Britain that must inevitably follow her refusal to do justice to Ireland; but that disaster can not be averted and ought not to be averted if England will not listen to right and justice. Against Ireland's claim' Great Bltaln has no argument but that of selfishness. Selfishness Is no argument. The world Is tired of national selfishness, tired of the rulo of might, tired of injustice. 'The world wants nations that recognlzo the ten commandments, that are going to give religion at least a trial, that conduct themselves as they want their citizens to conduct themselves. If it were to a court of common law that Ireland pleaded she would win on merit. When the common law is recognized as tho best foundation for international law she will gain her causes, but per haps too late then to save her op pressor. It is bitter hard for one who had hoped that his day would see Ireland and England sit down together as sisters to say all this, but now in his hopelessness ho can say nothing else. Fair play is all mat Ireland asks. The new power will concede her right to It. m which will seek the ear of the world, and speak to it in the ton gue? of all its nations. It will tell to more than free Americans the etoiy of Irish hope. That story will bo heard again In France and over all the nations that the "wild geese" flew. Free Bohemia, free wifceXrraeareaa:f theyajbW&itfllMefiRe.Avho avoidance. His reasoning Is that a man who works eighteen hours Is justilfed in not acting the gentleman. It is generally believed that those working for tho Y. M. C. A. are Christian gentlemen, though not a few of them aro not members of of Official Organ Scores tho Y. M. O. A. any denomination, and somo them not even professed Christians. in War For Failuro Dr. Mott admits that in several instances gift tobacco was sold at Work. Y. M. C. A. canteens, but says this was due to tho fact that shipments were not properly marked, and oy mo were sold to x. Believes That Organization Has Quartermaster.tno He M. U. a. claims further Been Discredited Among that In every instance where this tobacco was returned tho purchaser American Soldiers. was given Its equivalent from Y. M. Certainly this preC. A. supplies. sents a case of gross negligence, marking and particularly so if Charges That Gifts Wero Marked and selling wero dono the Y. M. U. by A. men. It would seem that men Sold nt Their and who would make "several" mistakes Canteens. of this kind could hardly be countImportant ed competent for the positions they hold. Again Dr. Mott says: "Canteens HAS NOT .DELIVERED GOODS. havo been conducted on a cost basis, but ln filing prices It has Irian BAPTIST From London the Associated Press dispatches to the American Sunday papers brought conflicting reports, but there is no doubt of tho sweeping victory of tho Sinn Peiners and tho passing of the old Nationalist party. Appended aro a number of the dispatches received tho first of the week: Posters will appear ln every parish in Ireland today announcing that the Irish republic has come into being, tho .Express says. Tho newspaper adds that the Sinn Felners in tho recent election swept Leinster, Munster and Connaught. Seventy members of Parliament were elected by tho party, but they will not take their seats. It is stated by the Express that a Central Sinn Fein Council will bo established in Dublin almost immediately and will call Itself the Irish Parliament. If the Government orders its disbandment, it Is stated, it will establish Itself elsewhere and If necessary move from place to place. Irish members of the British Parliament plan to elect an Irish delegation to the peace conference, it was learned today. They also plan to organize a separate Irish Parliament. The Irish parliamentarians have called a meeting iu Dublin for January 1, when they will form a republican assembly, as tho Irish Parliament is to bo known. The Sinn Felners already have twenty-fiv- e uncontested seats in the Irish Parliamentary delegation, and expected today's announcement of the election results to givo them fifty mor out of a total,Mgfjil2f"'' l Poland, a blggeV majority than Politicians' throughout the State and won by Smith. near Mayor Last but not were busy this past week discussing least, a picture is shown' of the the reason for the delay in confirm- new WHITE street cleaners holding ing tho appointment of Charley their pay checks arid their NEGRO of Cronan as Collector Internal' bosses are not in sight? The City Revenue and many and varied wero Hospital is ignored; and it does tho reasons assigned for tho holdup seem like It would have been apfree of the official sanction. Tho Re- propriate to run a" few views of the Bel-gluchill suppers or the dance of tho publicans attempted to revive between the Stanley and nurses attended by some of the ng CHILDREN TO ENTERTAIN. Tomorrow night at 8 o'clock tho children of St. Patrick's parish will present their annual entertainment at St. Patrick's Hall, Sixteenth and Broadway, for which the following excellent programme has 'been arranged: "Raise the Glorious Christmas Song" Girls. "The Master Is ComIng"-Flor-en- ce Scanlon. "When Santa Claus Is Hero" Boys. "Santa Claus Will Como Tonight" Girls. Red Cros3 Drill (tableau) Girls. Tho Burlesque Band Boys. "Ireland's Queen" Mary C. Tyrrell. "Send Me a Rose from homeland" Girls. "Till tho Boys Como Home" Gilbert Rudloff. "When Our Boys Come Homo" (chorus) Boys. "Our Bovr Aro Coming Homo" Raymond "A Christmas Dream," a charming musical operetta, will also be presented, with tho following. In the cast: Anna Lenahan, Regina Marie Corrlgan, Helen Ryan, Mary L. Sage, Margaret O'Mara, Rosella Taylor, Mary Rose Lawler, M. Bartloy, M. Norton, E. McCaf- Nak ' VJHH Hlg-gln- s, Ipaairt. frey, C. Cummlngs, M. C. Ryan, M. KIppes, E. Bohn, N, Welsh, N. Keane, V. Corrlgan, M. C. Brod-eric- k, Vincent Barry, Raymond Krebs. The entertainment will close with the addhrees of the pastor. Very Rev. James P. Cronin, V. G Prof, Leo A. Scamltt will be the mueieel director and accotn- - Discussing the widespread com and marine lnsurance'M,8P"In,wtKe' g plaints by soldiers of same article ho says: "It had been Gen. Pershing exorbitant charges for services in arranged with wero derived from that If any profits the canteens overseas and the investiga- canteens they should be used extion to be conducted by John R. clusively for tho benefit of tho Mott, head of the War Work Coun- army." If tho canteenB were to be cil, the editor of the Baptist West- - conducted on a "cost basis" It orn Recorder, the Southern organ would appear superfluous to agree editorially to use the "profits" for the benefit of that denomination, hands out tho following roast to of tho army. In defense of the the Young Men's Christian Associa- management Dr. Mott . says that Beckham supporters and circulated hugging internes. What a beautiful thing reform Is tion: the false report that Gov. Stanley "two hundred men and women There is absolutely no doubt that workers havo been recalled from was opposed to tho selection of when it is used in behalf of the concerning the Prance because of unfitness." Mr. Cronan and had declared war reformers, and the following illus- the complaints If through Senator Martin. There was trates that view. Ono. evening last Y. M. C. A. among the soldiers Is current complaints are true wo method In the madness of the Re- week a Keystone policeman rushed not' only "widespread" but qAilte. Incline to the opinion that tho republican press and leaders, as they up the steps of a residence just general. In fact wo believe It call of this number was wise for knew that when the G. O. P. south of First add Ormsby and de- would be quite safe to say that this the sake of all concerned. That tho couldn't win last November there manded to know who owned the big Institution, so far as Its war activi- Y. M. C. A. ha3 among Its workers is not tho lsllghtest chance of vic- automobile in front of the house. ties are concerned, has been dis some as noblo men as can bo found tory when the many soldier Demo- The lady pleaded guilty to. owning credited by many of the soldiers. A in all the world, and that it has we crats como homo unless there was a little "fllver" in ront., but didn't recent visit to Newport News, Va., rendered distinguished service a revival of tho war between the know who owned the big car. Tho afforded conclusive evidence of thU gladly grant, but that it has to Stanley and Beckham .factions. Sad Keystoner said the Board of Safety tact, at least to our mind. While some extent failed in its war work in is fully attested by the fact that to say, from a Republican stand- and Chief Petty were going to en- there we visited the hospital point there is no friction between force the auto ordinances without which were a number of wounded it has not fully commended Itself our two Senators and none In fear or favor, and "by gum" ho was soldiers. We talked with some of to tho very men to whom It has Bight, the sole object of tho delay going to make an example of the them concerning several of the war ministered. That it has failed to Without a single excep- commend Itself to many n ovr- In tho Cronan appointment being owner of tho big car as all laws agencies. the refusal of both Beckham and wero being flagrantly' violated, the , tion qvery ems of them spoke un- seas Is freely admitted. To what Stanley Democrats to give Percy car was turned wreng,, the rear favorably of the Y. M. C. A. They ever extent It has failed to rm-- . Haly tho privilege of building up a lights were out and It was stopped claimed that tho organization over- mend itself to those it attempted The charged for articles, and that what to serve to the same extent it has machine for personal benefit only. too near an intersection. our In At present there are a few Prohi- comedy copper then asked to use they gave to tho boys In the failed In its ministry. bitionist politicians and salaried the phono and called, up the Auto- trenches amounted to little or noth- judgment tho trouble came from that the Y. M. C. A. essaying a role for mobile Club, but could not got tho ing. They further claimed porformors of the Nothing the treatment accorded privates was which It was not fitted, and one not League circulating a call for Gen. namo of tho owner. Percy to run for Governor, and If daunted, he then called Polico not what it should have been, and contemplated ln its organization. the deal was put through for tho Headquarters and In a jiffy our that it had fallen short as a relig- The first and fundamental mlstaka reorganization of the Collectors' of- came a load of Keystone police and ious organization. ' A splendid was ln attempting to control all refices throughout the State Percy after finding that the owner of the woman who was a war worker, and ligious activities In the camps. All to do their would hear tho call, but alas and car was in a nearby house charged who mot every returning ship from churches wero forced alack! Democrats Interested in the up the steps with clubs drawn and Prance, told us that she had yet work under the direction of Y. M. party welfare couldn't stand for the muttering so fiercely that those lo hear a private soldier speak C. A. Secretaries. In many in as to favorably of tho Y. M. C. A. In stances the religious directors wero within hearing shuddered little scheme. Recognizing the bright prospects what would become of the luckless addition we havo talked with a num- not preachers, and absolutely In-- 1 for party success in November owner. But lo! and behold, after ber of soldiers from our own and capable of directing ln spiritual many aspirants for nominations on a minute or two down they came other cities, and not one of them things. Howovor well moaning and tho zealous they may havo been, their the State ticket aro being heard as meek as lambs, and to tho has unqualifiedly commended from, and Prof, H.-- V. Bell, of Law- - amazement of all lit the rear lights,, war work of tho organization. As training had not fitted them for renceburg, for Superintendent of turned the car around and away opposed to this wo have yet to hear tho task. It is true tho responst-- 1 Public Instruction, Is the latest an- they went. The mystery was solved a returned soldier speak unkind bllity was placed upon them by our nouncement, with Woodson May, of when It was found out that the of- word of tho Red Cross or Salvation. President, but nevertheless it was a Somerset, a probable candidate for fending automobile belonged to Army. Indeed they speak of these mistake on his part to offer them Clerk of tho Court of Appeals. Prof. Lewjs Y. Johnson, Chairman of the organizations .In the highest terms. spiritual control, and on their part therefore to accept it. Furthermore, It was Bell has a wide acquaintanco Board of Safety and writer of the It would seem strange throughout the State, having served bulletin last week telling how the that othe'r war agencies could bo so a gross Infringement on the rights in the last Legislature, and was polico are doing beautiful work. conduoted as to elicit unbounded of the army chaplains, who wore honored by the people of Lawrence-bur- g Yes, dear reader, reform Is a beauti- praise while this ono is mercilessly paid by the Government for this previous to that by serving as ful thing when it doesn't apply to criticised. It is hardly to be sup- identical work. Wo havo never posed that unless there was wrong- talked with an army chaplain who Mayor. His announcement card ap- .the reformers themselves. doing somewhere the criticism did not keenly feel his humiliation peals strongly to all classes and the against it, In this regard. The chaplains are bo so general would party would And him a strong canFHtST MACTCIN IANCE. The Mackln Council Social' Club while other relief agencleB have re- now having their inning. Tho next didate. None of the nominations mistake was in trying to conduct will go begging and some pretty has Issued invitations for its first ceived unconditioned commendation. Dr. Mott says that If they have a canteen service, which, wo undercontests are In sight, each candidate dance of the now year, which will running on his own merits and no bo given at tho club house on the not been "delivering the goods" stand, was not of its own seeking. impossible h factional support. Matt Cohen will evening of January 14. With tho they should bo made to do so. It Tt would bo to maintain Ornery Saxaphone Band furnishing Will be observed that it is not a for an organization havo Wlllia mC. Elllston, of commercial relations Prof. V. O. Gilbert and the music, a delightful evening Is question of "delivering" the goods, continuous a Lexington resident for opposition assured. In order that all will be but of delivering them at exorbitant with the men and at tho samo time the following price. . Unfortunately, by way of minister to them successfully in entertained In the State Secretary racb, while well Rodman Keerion Is sure of two op- young men will act as hosts: A. F. comparison, tho Knights of Colum- spiritual thlng3. ponents for State Treasurer After all' tho whole mattor may and Rauch, H. Br Pfelffer, A. Walker, bus made It a rulo to give all of .selling them. finally result ln good to tho as Loo Davis, Thomas Connelly, John articles instead maybe more. Well, the loyal Republican ad- J. Lynn, R. D. King, T. H. Bullen, This 'was not only desevred charity, sociation. Assuredly it should teacn ministration has Issued Its long de- George Poggel, J. J. Horn, Carl but incldentaly excellent diplomacy. the leadors of tho organization that layed White Book, or "One Year of Herbold, Henry Lawler, J, C The question that naturally arises they can not usurp the. functions ministry, or do tho Matt Wallner, P. H. Morris, In this connection Is why the Y. M. of a Camouflage," and the Republican League Is now compiling a list of Earl Qulnn, William Miller, Robert C. A., with far moro money at Its work God has committed to the If they have fully "suckers" to mall the book to. The Butler, Frank Ott, C. A. Stier, disposal" than the Knights of churches. not have dono learned this lesson, and shall in book Is mlsnanved "Facts" and the Prank Hohmann, Roy Prultt, W. A. Columbus, could to announcement states that It was Is- Link, Charles! Lynn. John Hubbuch, more of this kind of work. In his tho future confine thomselves sued by the Republican League. Gus Shutte, K, Smith, Fred Luken, defense of the Y. M. C. A. Mr. John thalr distinctive work, they may flit For the benefit of the uninitiated Joseph A. Hohmann, W. Gregg, A. R. Mott says: "If overseas Secre- !a needed place and accomplish, great the Republican League Is composed Connelly, Harry Sanders, Anthony taries were brusque in their deal- eood. They must reallzo, and tho J. L. Gruber, T.- - J. ings with soldiers, it was due to sooner tho better, that tho churches of cifv and county employes who Greuseer, are, nicked for a dollar or two ev Nohalty, William G. Buckel, R. J. tho fact that many of them were !of Christ will not tako orders from ery month and In return are allowed Leet, Anthony Med u ire, James on duty for eighteen hurs at a any human organization, however two nMe m to where the money Banders, B. Carey, C. J, LaSety, stretch, many time, without meals." ' useful and honored that organisaand tion may be. This Is a plea of oonfelon went or who 'got it. Some could George Fauth. home-cominm-. ! Anti-Saloon ieatheXeVTiFnue- naeteiectleB? nrve"rheTdlgifergeW!ttraeirtttiw mi . , i I to attend the meeting. In the St. Patrick's- division of Dublin Countess Georgina Markle-vlcSinn Felner, has been elected over two malo opponents. She played a prominent part in tho Irish rebellion. In the Fall3 division of Belfast Joseph Devlin, Nationalist, has defeated Prof. Edward do Valera, President of the Sinn Fein, who Is In prison, De Valera also was nominated for the South division of County Down, but the result there Is not yet known. former H. Asqulth, Herbert Premier and leader of the Liberal party, has been defeated for his Beat ln the House of Commons from the East Division of Fife, Scotland. Tuesday's dispatches say the release of all the Sinn Felners interned in England Is expected virtually at once. Count Plunkett, one of tho Sinn Felners elected to Parliament ln tho recent balloting, already has been released. Count Plunkett has been ono of the most active participants In the for several Sinn Fein movementyears past and has several times In connection been under arrest His son, with Irish disturbances. Joseph Plunkett, was one of the in men executed for participation tho Easter revolt In 1916. Count Plunkett is also the father of George and John Plunkett, who were condemned to death for connection with this revolt, but whose sentences were commuted to ton years' penal servitude. Tho occasion of his last arrest was the Govof Sinn Fein ernment round-u- p leaders ln May of this year when tt was alleged that evidences of an Irish plot with German connections Three other had been discovered. Sinn Fein members of Parliament wero arrested at thl3 time. Among others arrested was Prof. Edward do Valera, President of tho dlnn Fein organization, who also was a successful candidate for Parliament ln this month's elections. - bvTtho SlS5TFeliiers,ftel defeated ln East Mayo byB. Valera by a vote of 8,843 to "4451, Dillon had held the seat since 1885. Joseph Devlin, It was believed, will be the only prominent Nationalist z, INSTALLATION. well-nig- Wlll-lamstow- n; I There will bo an enthusiastic and largo gathering at St. Joseph's Orphan Homo on Sunday, January 12, to witness the installation of officers of tho St. Joseph Orphan Society who will servo during tho year retiring President, The 1919. Henry Bosse, has served three terms, each marked with success. At this meeting the annual report? will be read. UNCONFIRMED. Tho Western Catholic last week stated that word haB reached It that Right Rev. P. J. Muldoon, of Rockford, has been named as successor to the late Archbishop Ireland, of St. Paul. Bishop Muldoon is a man of great activity and executive ability. His work for church and country during the war was truly Temarkable. So far we have eeen no confirmation of this report. Jar-bo- e, God-call- ed U ' v. ( ,i. --.1 Bj-- if.-rr- r iciroDiTOKir Jieii5: KtNTUGKY- IRISH AMERICAN. - jmgejdhexoajb- - tolls tho children to follow the Divine Child In his holiness and In Ills filial obedience. Let us during this January, the opening month of the new your, cultivate a special PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. and moro Intense devotion to tho Americans and Catholics fWMed to the Sodl and Moral Advancement of Irkh and we may rest William Keeley, or Anderson, Holy Family,our-- homes Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's that will be Plans Edifying Jubilee Celebration Ind., has been visiting liere as the brighter and our lives happier for Institute and Catholic Knights of America. guest of Thomas Noone. of Twentj-flv- o Years of tho effort. ..i. PR1NTINQ CO., Incorporated. Publishers Success. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN King and daughter. V Mrs. R. DKLK'IOU.3 DRESSING. Miss Virginia King, are wintering SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY at Lake Walee, Florida. Uoast beef for dinner is often Matter. Entered at the Loulavllle Poitolllco a Second-Cla- ii Mr. and Mrs. W, B. Fahey paid accompanied by a loaf of ordinary Will Erect Memorial to Nuns of 1 Wt fires i St. a holiday visit to Mr. and Mrs siumng,in macie lis lor iowi, ana AMrtu all Cmmwilcatlons to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, Dattleflcld in Capitol of a bread pan. It is simply baked James Hogan at Parkview. SOGIETY. L A. A. 0. ed It TO THE DEMOCRATS OF KENTUCKY a ii 319-32- delicious. ro apes fhl COUNCIL 3b Miss Mayme Barrett has returned from Pewee Valley, where she spent the holidays with the Misses Foley. ami Mis Nation. UNFOUNDED. LOUISVILLE, KY. WHAT IRELAND WANTS. To a request .SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1919 tomorrow, would be better able to protect herself from attack, by n strong nation than Belgium or Serbia or Bohemia or any of the new nations which are being formed as a result of "the war. Her geographical position makes this certain, a fact which the American ontlrely overlooked. Fran Poolev have gan of the 0ssf,rvan71n.ano. Vatican, the or-prints an Solf-Dcnl- al in. ssr, for a declaration LLaLLaMBEi2lR?iBK"r KmMt OF THE PRESHENT. His from on the Irish question Eminence Cardinal Gibbons and the aLLIBlff W "''MtSaHLtHaPC priests of tho Archdiocese of BaltiRev. Henry H. Buse, the Martin, of West pastor of St. Louis church, popular Miss Mayme Tentative plans have been formuEighth more, Cardinal Gibbons replied: Broadway. Is visiting at Payne. lated by the National Board of the Walnut common with the clergy of Ohio, as the guest of Miss Teresa and recipient streets, Cincinnati, was Ladies' Auxiliary to tho Ancient "In on Christmas morning the Brady, this diocese, I am heartily of a Christmas gift from the news- Order of Hibernians for celebrating tho twenty-flv- o years and effipaper success and that a substantial the W. o'clock men who attend every 2:16 prosperity which hasof T. P. Walsh, of Charlestpn, mass, celebrated attended the Sun11LOW TO Y. 51. C. A. cient atonement should bo made to Va., has been visiting his sisters, day morning by Father Buse for organization, when it is planned to grievIreland for the the Misses Walsh, on North Gait tho night workers. The erect tho memorial to tho Nuns of The press agent stories In the avenue. suffered. Just what ances she has tho Battlefield in the capital of the gift took the form of a d purse and was but a slight token nation. Tho proposed site for this Bhapo this should be I am not pre papers and tho specially prepared Miss Vera Gannon, who spent tho of the printers' appreciation of memorial, which will commemorate I have written tho ",n,s Jn tne movies extolling the oliday season at El Contento, has Darod to say. maniFather Buse's consideration of tho bravery and ri-- i. i,nw wVinr lHmi war woik of the Y. M. C. A. are. returned to Mount St. Benedict's them. fested by tho members of our Cathnln Academy. than ffsct ? tne bo's Is desired. My of Independence olic Sisterhoods In all tho wars cen- which tho United States has engaged confidence In the wisdom of the home, who are severe in the THINGS THEY RETAIN. Mrs. J. Wolf, Wilson avenue, had In (including tho , nrii thnt t fthniihi . sure of the "Y" and claim that tho present world as guests this week her son, EdW. C. Knowles, Director of the war) Is a most prominent and Initial letters of the Association over ward F. Frelss, and Mrs. Frelss, of like to know what they want." Red Cross 'Bureau of Camp Service, central one in the City of WashingAs with tho True Voice, It strikes there stood for "You Must Come Washington. has announced that all discharged ton. It is In the triangular reservaenormous tho With us that the Cardinal showed rare Across." be allowed to retain tion made by the Intersection of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Winn, Jr., of soldiers are to wearing apparel or Rhode Island avenue and M street good judgment In finding out first amount of money at its disposal and New Albany, had as holiday guests any sweaters, and Connecticut avenue. It Is diother supplies from Ireland Itself what kind of tho official backing of the Govern- their parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. nated to them that havo been do- rectly In front of St. Matthew'3' IT. V. BELL. toy tho American Is all the more Winn, of Cincinnati. Independence is wanted there before ment tho failure T IS with a profound seiibc of Red Cross. An instruction to this Catholic church and nearby Is tho HEARTILY Indorse every means house which the American tne responsibilities and a full Indorsing a programme that may astonishing. effect that In being used to remove IlLieut. Ralph V. Lee has re- from was sent to the Lake Division presented to Admiral Dewey people appreciation of tho arduous literacy frftm Kentucky. I do upon the Department of Military not suit Ireland at all. We said turned to his home in St. Louis Relief at Red Cross headquarters in his return home after tho battle of duties attending- the conduct of tho not believe that tho educational ENGLISH PROPAGANDA. ago that tho demand offico to which I aspire that I an- forces of the State will test content Borne weeks after a brief visit In Louisville, tho Washington. The instruction is Manila Bay, and also In the neighnounce my candidacy for the nom- until every blot Is removed and all and this acfor Now that we have disposed of guest of Miss Esther Vowels. based upon an order Issued by tho borhood of the homes of Chief Jusination for the office ot State Su- tho citizens of tho Commonwealth tice White and Justice McKenna, of curately defined should come from German propaganda, why not put a perintendent of Public Instruction, can IntelJIgontly cast their ballots Mrs. Thomas Griffin and sons, War Department. subject to the action of the Demo- without the assistance of political tho Supremo Court, both prominent Ireland. Those of Irish blood in Btop to English propaganda? The John, Thomas and Charles Griffin, Catholics, cratic primary, August 2, 1919. tricksters and election officer. Tho" ASKS WILSON'S HELP. America and all lovers of liberty worst offenders In this line are some spent the holidays with her sister, In order that this memorial mav IS useless for mo to say that arousing of a public conscience to takp full and complete advantage of support that- - demand. of our big dailies, who advocate Mrs. John Griffin, at Frankfort can then I first saw tho light of day In Mgr. Cerrettl, the Papal Under take Its place with the many beauby our the Secretary of State, asked President tiful statues that adorn the parks Kentucky:hills of Anaerson county, tho opportunities presented preserve That Is the method of procedure giving Great Britain control of the Walter R. Vowels has returned Wilson to mediate "with a view to of Washington, It Is proposed and from that day until public Institutions and to to which we should naturally expect. seas, a monopoly at a normal of the merchant to the Carneglo Tech at Pittsburgh. this good hour I have never changed this sonllment accomplished equilibcan bo Instead we have tho demand com marine and anything else she cares after spending the holidays with settling the Vatican situation dur- raise an additional fund or at least my citizenship nor cast a ballot out rium awHkenlng flrsc taking only by tMs hold of ing their interviews in Paris," ac- $45,000, and Mrs. Mary F. of my nativo State. ing from tho Irish In America and to have. tho minds, hearts and consciences of Imported Canadian and Mrs. M. Vowels and Miss Esther cording to Rome newspapers. He of ChlcaKO. National Presi POLITICS I was bred and lepching force. varying English editors are given free plaj Vowels. this demand Is couched In also submitted to President Wilson dent of the organization, has called born a Democrat, and have RING THIS world tragedy, never had occasion to abanthe Vatican's on tho members throughout the and ambiguous terms. In some In circulating English propaganda, lllf Irin documents justifying r?Atl nrt nmtl ft (to "f the most disastrous and dedon the doctrine and principles of during tho country to observe a cases It means home rule In somo which leads one to Temark why not Martha Davis, of Charlotte, N. C, attitude of neutrality structive within the history of our futhcrs. While, at all times, I war and set forth tho humanitarian Week," in which the amount concivilisation, I t cases It means total separation and have a little American propaganda are spending the winter with Mr. work done by the Vatican in favor templated will be raised. In her have tried nover to be obnoxious change of mindhave undergone a and heart upon the and Mrs. Joseph Cunningham in of prisoners, deported persons and official letter, sent to every division in tho promulgation of tho political complete independence. for a change. America owes noth- Crescent Hill. ruftiago question. has tenets to which I hold, I havo al- proven herse'f equal to Womanemergwho were similarly affected In the order, she says in part: other? "very What we need first of all is to ing to any of tho foreign powers ways courage to by the struggle. This Is one of the "At the national convention held reason had tho faith I had givo n ency and condition, even under shell for the find out what Ireland itself wants. and the people of this country, outwithin fire Mrs. Arthur Rellly, who was the many Associated the batt'o fronts of Ku. Press dispatches In Norfolk, Va., In July, 1914, Mrs. me. Democracy docs rfot mean po- ropo, upon an unflinching determinawith Cardinal Gibbons has taken the side of a few Tories and paid Christmas guest of her parents, Mr. that lack verification. Ellen Ryan Jolly, who was at that litical chicanery, but tho expanding tion and a heroism beautifully subproper step3 to find that out. With writers, want no entangling alli- and Mrs. George DIffcnderfer, in your National time and unfolding of those immortal lime President, the greater Jeffersonville, has returned to her principles which form tho founda- working She constitutes public school placed before the delegates her lifeEXPRESS ONE OPINION. force In our that programme in hand we shall ance with England least of all. The home In Virginia. tion stones of true, popular and nvstem Why should she not be long dream of erecting a monument be able to give an Intelligent ex- returning soldiers and sailors report progressive government to the full nnd complete prlv-''c- s Sergeant the L. Cassidy, to Louisville people in New York wilting from Lawrence France, to the commemorategave brave deeds of pression of our support of It. As that the English, as of yore, look my early educaof citizenship? RECEIVED nuns who up their lives Tours, last week for business and pleasure Director William P. Larkln, New on the altar of patriotism nursing tion In tho rural schools of my It is wo are beating the air and with contempt on "we blawsted were F. F RCIAL TRAINING should be county; latpr I took a busiG. H. Stansbury. Inaugurated at once In the York, makes the accomplishing very little. The Yankees" and American and British A. Ressln. F.Finn. ness course at Cincinnati: and, still Leisa, Jr., J. G. Rich- work the K. this reference to the the sick and wounded soldiers of grades of ciyll n C. has been doing: and of 1'ter, I took up my college work. schools along the line of our miblic Irish people themselves must map soldiers and sailors could not safely mond and G. C. Glllach. teiiipcrnnce "I have many occasions to hear wars. As 80 per cent, of these nuns When In collego I had the unique nnd. abstinence from the iigo of out their own programme of be brigaded together because of ""Patrick 'Shay, of 817 West St. comments of tho boys as to tho weio of Irish extraction, Sister distinction of being tho president of narcotics The tendency among boys can that feeling. A larger navy and; We in America being done and paiticularly Jolly stated that It was tho duty of tho society to which I belonged, the 10 apfl 12 years old 'to smukc clgar-ettuatnerine street, who has been work librarian and tho Janitor all at tho by the order, arid Invariably the the Ladles' Auxiliary, Ancient Oris becoming- - a menace to our itaviLour own ideas regarding,, the America First should be our mot stationed with thenavy during the opinion. time, the preparation for It is .that the K. of C. der of Hibernians, to erect this samelife workInmy road was not f utui e Htl7nshlp.legislationproper for presume and safeguard against the world. past year, on theIrish coast, armatter but we must not my upon tho has done more than its share. Of monument because It was the only 8trewn with flowers, but by the the State to paw rived at Pelham Bay Station this one thing rV am now certain, the organization question, but to dictate to the people of Ireland of Irish Catholic sweat of my faco I earned my loiriHlite a Stat- or nation Itofcinnot week. sober policy of not selling anything was women in existence. what they should do. The delegate PURPOSEFUL PROPAGANDA. peonle. Thin training must bcfrln bread. a most wise and Judicious one.l We unanimously adopted the suggestion In life anj bo continued verv havo always Miss Katherlne Hancock, who ts a are THEREFORE I to labor Its until habits aro very thoioughly free from criticisms and the of Sister Jully and with one voice Y. M. O. A. The True Voice notes in a Sunday student at St. "Vs tho twig is hunt the boys aio made to feel that the pledged tho organization's organizations. Its needs and formpd assistpaper a lurid story of lawlessness was home to spend tho holidays tree Ls of while tho ance to help her carry out this great its reasonable demands. Tho laborer the lAEt Inclined." As a member the Officials of tho Y. M. O. A. are in Ireland under the leadership of with her parents. Dr. C. F. C. Han- club Is their property Legislature I voted for is worthy of his hire. Tho man In KuhmlsIon of a Stae-wld- o Secretaries are only the custodians." undertaking amendcharges made by ten thousand more or less I. W. cock and Mrs. Hancock, in to Investigate the Bhop, at tho anvil, in tho mine, "At that time Sister Jolly exupon tho temperance question, The on tho farm all constitute the mentthe wounded soldiers against the over- W.'s from Western America. pected to be able to obtain the necbill and other JUSTICE TO IRELAND. for from London, bono and sinew of this country. tempernne legislation. Any FChool organization, ac- story Is cabled essary site for this monument in seas work of tho Thoro Is a dignity in labor, the con man vvnuld bo falsa to his profession though It is camouflaged as an InMr. and Mrs. Edward F. Fielss, It Is impossible for thv aveiage Arlington Nutlonal Cemetery, In cording to Dr. John R. Mott., Ho terview given by an individual with of Washington. D. C, are hero sciousness of which sweetens trials If ho did not stand for tho highest and smooths the rough places of i.--.says that the charges are so nu- an Irish name who has Just arrived spending tho holiday season with Amorican to understand the bull- - which event the 15 per cent, per in county, city or State. handedness of the English Govern- capita tax for which she then asked life us tho toller struggles for su T f merous and widespread that they from Ireland. He declared that life Thm l a Inn' hinlli ah TIF several living sufficient. Tho premacy among his fellows. "C...,l0 Ireland. would have been and property are not safe even In Coakley. 2521 Griffith avenue, and ,mln " pressing their claims for must be met. Wo know that HAVE served the public schools ""'- - lull, so often order is familiar with her long and In other parts or flro holnn- avtonhlvolv ontortnlnnri k,, made only to '. Dublin solution upon tho county su be luoken. are now oltter struggle In Congress, of my State for thirty-tw- o until past there has beon con- Ireland and that conditions arc equally as friends and relatives. years. consecutlvo within perintendent and the rural teacher known to have, been nothing but finally last March she obtained tho which sooner or later, must havo siderable complaint against the Y. bad. The purpose of this camouf which time I had four charges, the a satisfactory settlement devices to deceive and mislead the site, not in Arlington but In the vocal mu"profiteering" in lage propaganda 1b plain enough. v Mr- ana Mrs. Patrick Welsh an- - public opinion of the M. C. A for last of which was tho superintend- sic, elementary agriculture und home City of Washington. The Fine Arts Lawrenceburg High economlrs. But the most serious of Is to counteract whatever favoranounce the marriage of their daugh woild. It The latest and most con- - Commission have wonderful plans ence offorthe France. What truth is In tho ble sentiment has been created twenty years. This ter, Miss Anna Welsh, to Lieut School all pnblems ls the deurtn of teachfor the future beautifying of the charge we have no means of know- America for a just settlement in George E. Noon, which took place ' ",,'..,,., ,"""'.-- . "'. .""" . speaks for Itself. To llvo among ers, poor salirles nnd delayed of nation's capital, and as a part of tho same people, to discipline, diThe Superintendent of Pubseting. The Investigation should Ireland's case. Just as during the Thursday morning of last week bv uauu tjiova this scheme of beauty all issueu rect and train their children for so lic Instruction, as the guiding genius tle that. By the way, asks the war certain agencies were very St. Cecilia chuich. Lieut. Noon and George and Andrew J3onar Law. many years Is an honor which of the school forces of the State, to be erected there in future It bride comes only to a. few in a lifetime, must solvn these questions, cal ing ot must come up to certain specificaTrue Voice, have any complaints active In making very appear that East. after the ceremony left for tho captain and mnte resDectlvelv few soldlcra Ireland had sent brst a truo appreciation of which lan- - Into conference tho verj tho British Ship of State. Here, is tions. Hence the sum of money been made against the Knights of to tho front, so now thought of his associates. these same their edict as far as it concerns that would havo been ample to pnage falls to express. by wounded soldiers? agencies would have the world beColumbus SUMMER SCHOOL OFFICERS. SOME YEARS I havo had school system, from erect tho nuns' monument In Ireland: an aspiration to serve the tne kindergarten to the uniNono that we have heard of. Will lieve that lawlessness prevails and "There can be no political peace Arlington is entirely insufficient to causo of education In the ca versity, each peifectly arAt the annual meeting of the in the kingdom or empire while erect It on the site granted. that Ireland is" not capable of Well, there be an investigation? It pacity of Superintendent of Public ticulating with Its related part, formBoard of Trustees of the Catholic the It is the old story raise to crush complete and hardly. There's a difference. British propaganda 1n the American Summer School of America tho fol- tled. Irish question remains unset- theiefoie becomes necessary to to at Instruction. I have tried Danquo's ing one has made. In tho connected an additional sum amounting practical whole, last that ambition, notbut, like If chosen, years, an appreciable progress, press. We havo heard much of lowing officers were for toward Therefore all must be paths least. $45,000 down. exa settlement ghost, it will but GOLDBRICKED. Vice plored. There are two pathB, howGerman propaganda in the past year the ensuing year: Honorary to lead the educational there are still some drfectM In the or two; hut tho other kind of propa- President, the Right Rev. Henry ever, which are closed, namely, one In "Whon your National Board was therefore, tho Commonwealth, I adjustment which must be brought forces of session last July the members Reports concerning tho Parlia- ganda is more subtle and perhap3 Gabriels, D. D.. Bishop of Ogdens-bur- leading to tho complete severance of discussed various plans by which pledge the saruo faithful, untiring Into harmonious action. N. Y.; President, tho Very Ireland has had mentary elections in Ireland indi- more effective. THE early formation of this Ireland from the empire, and the this additional amount could bo and consecrated service which has IN Republic, marl.cd my official conduct In all Rev. Ph. D., for an eminent statesman cate that tho Sinn Fein party has enough to answer work In of being CentreJohn J. Donlan, First Vice other the forciblo subjection of tho raised, and I suggested that a enterprises with which I of the declared, "Wo must educate, w Moriches, N. Y.; blamed for the the six Ulster countlBB to a homo rule Week,' during which each been associated. practically supplanted tho National- Jeremiah O'Learys In this country President, the Right Rev. Mgr. M. have must educate, or wf win perish by to deny member would AVINQ BEEN a member of our own prosperity." If that docist. In many places Sinn Fein can- without being lied about and J. Splalne, D. D., Roxbury, Mass.: Parliament against their will." con- herself of even be asked This declaration necessities to tho shows General Assembly, trine was true then, It is doubly trup the last blamed for the I. W. W. who are a Second Vice President, George J. clusively that the English Govern extent of opdidates wore returned without closely allied with all edu in this the morning twilight of tho $ltwhlch she could send New York City; Secretary, the New York East The cational problems picsented at that Twentieth century. fiery world has position. This was to be expected. product of are not Irish at all. Side Gillespie, Murray, New York City; ment has no Intention of doing through her division Presldont to and who furnace of It Charles session for solution, I am inclined passed through the The Nationalist party founded lt3 may be that a few of these gentry Treasurer, Francis P. Cunnlon, New justice to Ireland, and that the tho National Secretary, Mrs. Susan Jn tne final pretrial and affliction to believe that I am tho bettor British profession of love for McNamee, Charlestown, Mass. Tho experience to adjustment, social, moral, civic nnd with the have penetrated to Ireland to stir York City; Chairman hopes on pared because of that Executive democracy, at least as far as the board left It to your National economic problems will press their English Liberals. The combination up trouble there as they did In Committee, Charles A. Webber. Emerald Isle is concerned, is a de- President to namo the week that Is grapplo with other problems which claims for solution. It i not unwill naturally arise from new and reasonable to believe that the eduthis country. 'But to suppose that Brooklyn, N. Y.; Chairman Board liberate Ho. There are thirty-tw- o to be known as Week changed conditions and to render worked splendidly as far as the they havo made any impression on of Studies, the Right Rev. Mgr. M. machinery in some deportAfter Monument. valuablo assistance In their speedy cational will also need readjustment Liberals were concerned. Through the mass of the Irish people with J, Lavelle, V. G., rector of St. counties in Ireland. No one denies for tho Nuns' on ments enactment. tho matter I have that each and every county outside much thought to meet the, domands of new nnd Cathedral, New York of Ulster Is overwhelmingly in favor set the date from Saturday, Februthe aid of the Irish members in their anarchistic doctrine is to go Patrick's tho rapidly changing conditions. N MY humble Judgment Parliament they curbed the power against all we know of the aversion City. 8, good roads problem lias mucn of a homo rule measure that will ary 1, to Saturday, February CONCLUSION, if tho people ut of Irishmen for crime and lawlessone tn do with tho solution of give Ireland practical autonomy. under tho patronage of our own St. of the Houso of Lords and secured ness. Ireland has had her share of Kentucky, out of the abundance CENTENNIAL INDULGENCES. of tho most intricate and difficult unere aro nine counties In the en- Brlzld. who was herself a dear of their generosity and gracious-nesmany reforms for England. But dreamy idealists and confronting the d school questions tire Province of Ulster, and their white dove of the church. Sisters, should honor mo with the nomsuperintendents of the counties of ination for Superintendent of Public camo time for the Liberals agitators. But Ireland and the when it Coincident with the celebration of in Parliament Is In the name of St. Brlgld, I ask namoly the Commonwealth sympathy with the seventh centennial of the com- representation Instruction, I renow my vows for an thirty-thre- e to reciprocate and to fulfill their Irish people have no members, of whom sev you to begin her day this year In this conduct and maintenance of tho honest, faithful, consecrated and efI. W. W. tho manner In which I have already promise of home rule for Ireland, propagandists lawlessness, London ing of St. Francis of Asslsl to the enteen are home rulers. country schools. It appears to mo ficient service. to the contrary Holy Land, where he founded what And still Lloyd George and Bonar outlined, and then during tho week Ithat, In a few years at best, by tho they preferred the Carson Tories to Is known even to this day as the l,kw ueciare county, State .and NOW commit my destiny into that there must be no following deny yourself of even 'union of good roaas promem Federal wn- do Custody of the Holy Land, the Holy "forcible subjection of the six necessities so that the nuns' monuthe Nationalists who had helped their hands, with an abiding aid, the fullh in their fairness nnd JusSee has granted to the now famous Ulster counties to a 'home rule Par- ment which we hope solved, the corollary of which will to erect In EVERYBODY WELCOME." them. The Nationalists are now and confidently await their fibe tho organizations of consolidated tice, verdict. Church of Mount Saint Sepulchre liament against their will." Will Washington will be in every way paying the penalty for their trustschools with longer terms, bettor nal at Washington, D. C, the same in- these two delectable British state worthy of the holy women whom The familiar sign "Everybody larger salaries. This Most respectfully teachers fulness. Thoy were goldbrlcked. Welcome," which has become so dulgences that may bo gained by ment explain why there should be' are now, wo hope, in heaven. What its not theand theory of some novice or visiting and venerating the original a forciblo subjection of the twenty-si- x a pleasing gift this will be to their popular with sailors and soldiers in V. the vision or some idle dreamer, but The IRELAND'S POSITION. American and foreign camps, will sacred shrines in Palestine. other counties to a British Min- memory and how worthy of their Jin many localities, ere long, It will Lawrenceburg, Kentucky. saintly lives. I now see in my Other States he a living reality continue to greet them when they only conditions to be fulfilled are istry against their will? ' Recently the New York American return homo. Every Knights of that a person visiting the shrines rule Parliament would give A home mind's eye a beautiful white marble '"onlm hnc Why thl Kentucky? along this January 1 1919. Ireland not Una, Council in Iowa, of be in a state of grace and there a government of the people, by tho monument typical and appropriate wld editorially that Ireland could Columbus fifty-onbeing recite one Our Father and Hall people and for the people. The for that which it is Intended to there not do without England's protec- which to open are club roomsIsfor the Mary. present regime in Ireland Is a gov- commemorate, the brave deeds and asked its tion and made a strong plea for tree use of every soldier and sailor of tho Monument. February 1 to 8. 1919. ernment of the people, by a hated wonderful home rule within the empire. This In uniform, regardless of creed or INTENTION FOR JANUARY. foreign Ministry, at the behest of Angels of the Battlefield, erected by the most memorable week In tho and set aside history of our beloved auxiliary." tho pennies saved the Orangemen of Ulster. state of mind seeuliar to color. And It is almost certain the reveals Monuments to the memory of liAXEK Wednesday, January 1. iHls Hollne&s Pope Benedict XV. Week by the Where is the democracy of which during they have never learned Knights will thus open their buildAmericans 1919, at 10:45 a. m... Florenee ings everywhere. has recommended to the Apostle-shl- p Lloyd George and Bonar Law are members of our beloved auxiliary. departed heroes are tho Immortal Gay Layer, beloved wife of Augto tntak of Ireland apart from the of iPrayer "Devotion to the so fond of prating in the govern"You have been asked many a legacies bequeathed to future genust Layer, age twenty-eigyears. Holy Family" as the general inten- ment of Ireland? Away with such time during the past year to go erations; they are the silent footSEWING SOCrRTY EUCHRE. British Empire, consequently their prints of history upon the pages Funoral from the residence of tion for the month of January. He hypocrisy! Let Irishmen the world 'over the top' in patriotio endeavor of sympathies are confined to gome hor mother, Mrs. Clara McFar-lan- d time. Iilke the songs of a coungo over urges the people Sewing we now appeal of Irethat ort of a home rul scheme) giving St.The Ladles' Hospital Society of hold of Nasareth to take the house- over insistrighted theatwrongs coming the top' during to you to Week. try they are a part of the life of a Gay Sleberz, 901 Franklin as their domestic land be Anthony's wlU enterthe street, Saturday morning at 8:39 the shadow rather than the sub- tain with the annual euchre and example and to pattern their lives peace conference. Let the friends Your National are de- peopl. The Nuns of the Battleofficers and from St. Michael's church at stance of national liberty. As a lotto next Wednesday afternoon at after those of Jesus, Mary and Jo of democracy, wherever fate has termined, with the assistance of field are the Immortal heroines ol 9 o'clock. Interment in Cave Hill America, balance the civil war matter of faet Bailand meeds Ire- the hospital and many Handsome seph. He places St. Joseph before east thslr lot. demand that luatiee Almighty God, to raise the we want passage of thein resolution and the cemetery. for, the been secured the Christian father as a model for at last he 'done to "the land whose of the monument fund, but novel prises more than Iretaa4 needs and tne eommiUee nave charge, land much by in Ths his imitation; he gives to the sons have dona aa nmee for liberty yon to have the glory of giving tho erection of a memorial to them was England. At all events it U self- Barnes will be eaued at 2:39 Christian Brother the Blessed Virata and deaoemar in ail quarters of neesasary amount. Therefore make a wholesome and lasting expression though it was, for their deeds of belated and devotion. sampler, and he the globe. SelNDenial Week for the Nuns' ot a people's gratitude, as her Hlaatrtoua evident tint Ireland, wars she f re 'kek. iTlrj per-Buad- ed long-standin- the Misses Sloner at North Vernon, papers concerning tho formation of Ind. a special Catholic party in Italy and reports that Popo Benedict was to Itlley and niece, leave tho Vatican. Misa Grace Gill, spent the holidays LETTER with Mrs. J. K. Dorrls at Greenville, PRINTERS TO PASTOR. 111. Miss-Elizab- Week to Bc Observed Order to 'Complete Fund. eth ((BSHBHSHBattkiS jfMr g down-tow- n well-fille- w.i,,. nini. sclf-sacrlfi- co i.u i 1 IT er, 'A IN (""-- - 1 "Self-Deni- al D -- en-tlt'- eft I Spanish-America- s nrl-ma- rv fs has-be- en Mary's-in-the-Wood- s, g ii m l" fe'J" '"M'i" I Tnni s- - h ec-o- rd atj"' pnv-mn- ts monu-mon- ts F fv g, 'Self-Deni- al H Self-Deni- al -- I IN rattle-braine- s. - I H. BELL, e- , e, es DEATH NOTIGE ht Self-Deni- al Self-Deni- al - 1 self-sacrifi- ce i. 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. KENTUCKY & INDIANA CANTEEN COKE STATION Mattresses, Blankets, etc., Cots, Goods, Bed Clothing, Furnishing Cutlery, Novelties. LAUNDRY AGENCY. NATIONAL HATTERS TOM TOLAKIS, Prop. 3S5 W. Jefferson St., Ixraisville, Ky. Suits Pressed While You Walt. Hats Cleaned and Blocked While Homo Phone City 1931 You Wait. Soldiers' Uniforms and Hats a Specialty. Work Called For fcS HJ ' ' 1.1 0 2 Y I J as IJ AJVJpB? JKtifDvJ . 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 readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. THE SIGN OF QUALITY Blghl'd 741S PEOPLE'S PROVIDENT A8B00X&XWX Incorporated n Was Organized fcy Ctttsnu to a&xe X, O A K 8 Oa ruraltura And Other VmtsohaI Property at Well-know- HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY division s. First and third Fridays, Hibernian 0 Home, Portland. President John M. Riley. Vice President Walter Murphy. J. Plrumrlnl Speretarv John Broderlck, 1850 Portland avenue. Recording Secretary Jonn a Martin. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. Shee- SerEeant-at-Arnr- a Martin ban. Sentinel Thomas Noone. 1818-182- Dane Phone 2550 Louis A. Broring, D. D. S. t J V Ml DENTIST 900-90- 1 STARKS BUILDINQ. IbbIIbbMPIE Wt vVaBHhbH East 180 KENTUCKY LAUNDRY CO. Incorporated 014-08- 2 ffilEcOKI MK'tUhiAJ Iiiirjffiki "J3RE-VA.- ' !L. DIVISION 4. Meets second and fourth Mondays. Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. D. Meany. bbIbbbbIbbbbbbbbbbbbbb!bbibbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbM President John J. Barry. Vice President Mark J. Ryan. Lawrence Recording Secretary Underbill St. Geo. Dearborn Manager Homo Phone City 7638 HUNGER'S ZiOWXST BATBS COLEMAN BUILDING S. E. COR. THIIID AND JEFFKRSON iiotn Fboncs V. 2886 Highland' 1033 JOS. SPANINGER GROCERY AND SALOON, FIND WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS 370 Baxter Avcnno and Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, Attention and Quality." Home Phone Shaiwneo 803 The. Smoke Of The. Hour. Financial Secretary Thomas Langan, 734 West Oak street. Treasurer John F. Burke. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Bernard Sentinel M. J Mul-doo- n. CHILE CAFETERIA 458 South Fifth Street FOR GEO. LADH33 AND GENTLEMEN SAM ROBERTSON J. McDermott MARINE COMMANDANT. NEW TREASURY HEAD. n env 4hft iwint. Wo Congressman Glass, of Virginia, liave just witnessed the adoption of Major Gen. iBarnett arrived homo the now Secretary of the Treasury, tho constitutional amendment for on the Leviathan and Insists his JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. Phono City 2923; Residence 7108 SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. nOME SPOT CANTEEN has been Chairman of the Commit- - nation-wid- e prohibition by tho Flor-te- o boys are the best of all. Ho is Headquarters for having regular inCHARLES BALLMAIER on Banking ami Currency and a J(ja stato Legislature. Now wo are justly proud of hiB men, as their GENERAL MERCHANDISE Loans to those FOR comes or salary, with no publicity CITY AND FARM law was deeds will bo remembered. PROPERTY brilliant record is predicted for him informed that a 'bone-dr230 East Market Street SOLDIERS housekeepers by Secretary McAdoo. or red tape. Loans to aiB0 passed at tho present session Between Brook and Floyd See us about anything in real en their personal security. making that State 'dry, but with PEACE CONFERENCE EARLY. Soft Drinks, Candies, Cigars, estate. Wo sell, buy and rent. ENGLISH INSULT. this proviso: That on and aftor JanTobacco. Tho Right Place for PLUMBING. GAS FITTING AND F. It. POOLEY, SEWERAGE, Job Work A Specialty uary 1 next, nossesslon of more than Cablegrams from 'Paris say ex- Right Prices. ST. 504 W. JEFFERSON Building, Courier-JournRoom 1, Soldiers who returned on the four ouarts of whisky or more than changes have been going on with a Home Phone City 4464. 415 S. Fourth Street. Leviathan last Friday related that twenty quarts1 of beer by any one view to the assembling of tho InterTIH3 MERRY WILL CANTEEN CO. a raiding party of wounded Amori- - person shall be a misdemeanor. allied conference on January 12. It can soldiers wrecked an English 'Drunkenness is punishablo by a flno has been known that President Coko Station, Camp Taylor, .Ky. BANNON COMPANY WM. P. T. E. YANN DAIRY music hall to avenge an alleged In- - of ?500 or a years Imprisonment, Wilson was extremely desirous of BUILDER Everything for theSoldiwL3.t In- - Great la Prohibition, and hypocrisy suit to the United States. The as early a beginning of the conIncorporated. CONTRACTING PLASTERER Cigars, Restaurant' rvwj&l cldent occurred just before they is its prophet!" ference as possible and that 'his in2131 MONTGOMERY STREET Apparently virtuous Florldlans are fluence was being exerted to this left Base Hospital No. 29, in St Brook and Bloom FIRST CLASS SERVlcvV SOUTH WENZEL ST. 0 London, determined not to become too noiy, end. Ann's road, Tottenham, C. 4203 S. 9192-Home Phone Shawnee 1010 They said an offensive comment on it is a Dit oiiucuu, xoo, 10 unaer Cumb. S. 163-City 8380 Both Phones 4202 America was mado by a typical stand why each person Is limited to RELEASE OF IRISH PRISONERS. Both Phone 2406 British comedian, who was paired four quarts of whisky and twenty in a sketch in the Woodgreen Em- - quarts of beor. Why not bo reason-pir- o An appeal to tho Tribunal of NaFRANK A. OHLMANN 0 0. Home City 2803 "SOUTHERN STAB" Theator with a travesty on au 'ablo and allow four and a halt tions which will sit at Versailles Jo- - quarts of the former and twenty was mado by the New York County Adolph Reatllnger SPECIALTY American negro. As Private REPAnt WORK A SLICED BACON 000 East Franklin Street seph Gottlieb, of No. 167 Fifth and a half quarts of the ,attr? Board of the Ancient Order of HiINSURANOB Griddle la the avenue, Brooklyn, a member of Florida babies also need alcohol bernians this week and resolutions GROCERIES AND FRESH MEATS "All Ready for Your FRED HORNUNG, JR. TORNADO, LIABILITY AND Morning" C, 106th Company Infantry, de- - baths every day. But why complain? were adopted asking an opportunity PLATE GLASS AND GAS FITTING scribed it, the "straight" comedian .The law seldom considers babies In for tho Irish people PLUMBING to vote on HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE peed of a bath, but men who do not their desired form of government. Cumb. Main 967-sajfl. 123 SOUTH THIRi) STREET 713 West Jefferson Street CO. LOUISVILLE PROVISION "'Wliat do these letters U. S. A. ned a bath. And this law as done The following demand was also Louisville, Ky. Incorporated n dub made: U b,y the latte,r- comedian The colored mean?' ENGRAVERS Phono City 4131 y a staggered around In grotesque J ore "We demand, in the Interest of tQuartts outraged justice, that tho Irish men lx, drP3 J. E. SCHWARTZ BERNARD FENZ speech and antics and confessed SOHLICn ENGRAVING COMPANY DEAD ANEUALS Then his and the Ju& four drPs bolow that no did not know and women who have been illegally FOR YOUR GROCERIES nighlaad Park, Ky. EVERYARTISTS, ENGRAVERS 'Why don't England and held there M?nreo?r' frfi? "SnSr deported to HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAH) ELEOTROTYPERS FRESH MEATS GROCERIES, In prison, unlndlcted and untried, THING THE MARKET AFFORDS Promptness and Satisfaction bo released forthwith and that tho Call Homo Phone City 721; VEGETABLES, ALL KINDS FEED hdterstragh Louisville, Ky. 835 W. Main St., nee AT2 thsl British army of occupation be 441 East St. Catherine Cumb. Phone Main 721. Home Phone City 5674 Home Phone Parkway 350 to the, every day of every month nf every withdrawn." comedian called attention Cumb. Phone South 2255-negro's Ignorance, pointed out that year enough to keep all the bacu LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. he was a Yankee, and really knew teeth in Florida afloatf Has prohiHome Phone City 2845 TID3 FERE OF LIBERTY. SAVINGS SOUTn LOUISVBuLE quite as much as any other Yankee, bition vindicated Itself once again AND DEPOSIT BANK WUEST BROS. When In Louisville Store Your Car The firo of American liberty ia after all." or is the correspondent of the World burning RATn'S OAFE . at the In tho hearts of our people, There was a crippled American Joking? Fourth and Central Avena 6 WEST HHL STREET even though it shows dim on tho soldier in the audience that night Three Per Cent. Paid on Savings GARAGE AUG. F. RATH, Proprietor KOERNER & STRADER pages of many papers more devoted to companions the Deposits. A General Banking BusiOUR WOMEN WARRIORS. Manufacturers of Specialties, Gen- who told his had been said. in They bread and beer than to lofty ideals. hospital what 110 E. Main or 118 W. MaiH ness Transacted. 421 East Jefferson Street and Model Work eral Machine Throughout tho length and breadth decided to make an issue of It in Plainly In many cases peace Steel Stamping Gas, Oil and Repairing, Washing their own fashion. All asked for brought its disappointments. Our of the country an impulso littio and Polishing a Specialty. liberty for the next evening for a women entered so wholly lntp tho short of Divine is urging men and Home Phone, City 6648 Home, City 3481. theater party, and about 250 wore war, there was such a need of women of all classes, ranks and M. 1. IAHN8M, PmMtet and MiMfr. P. MttHN, JR., Wh Ptk. i True. given passes. Private Robert Hlnes, them, that by it they were alto- creeds to foregather In huge throngs, " ARTISTIC PRINTING AND of the 131st Infantry, who formerly gether emancipated irom the old both to protest their devotion to OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI was employed on the Chicago 'Her- TMtttenat nollcles that kont them freedom and to demand liberty for KENTUCKY RIVER LDJH FIRST CLASS WORK aid, .said the party bought up all.to low stens and stilted recentlon oppressed nations. This sign of our spoiled fruit and decayed eggs rooms. That they are regretting sincerity,inthis symbol of our unself S. JONES. Agent Your Next Ordet the the neighborhood, adding: J. Give This Office other In their return to a likelihood of such ishness most behalf of feature peoples consoling is tho of the "They wont to the show In a'a ufe aa days held for after-wSewer and Calvert Pipe, 317 W. GREEN SIC River, Louisville Fourth and period. America went to noay. Tne comeuians came out in. them ls too plain to be seen, and Bannen's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Condalts, battle that domocracy might not City 946 , Telephone turn, pulled the preliminary stuff, what tho future home Is going to Phones: Main 9214; City 416 (Wall Coping-- Drain Tile, Vitrified Bricfc, perish from the earth, but rathor and then the Englishman asked, be and how balanced is a matter might bo extended to all lands Fire Proofing. Flue Linine. Fire Bricll 'What do those letters U. S. A. of a very chesty Interrogation point. whore peoplo sat mean?' While tho darky was Many of our young women have tyranny and ate in the darkness of Grate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tops. 2 the sodden bread uounaenng arounu tnq x,ngusnman capable farmers, of Into And now that tho Hn&vfttAil started, 'Why don't you know what developed - u. all OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. 9 ?? SOxS They like tho work and plants take flush of victory Is fresh upon them, Thertnold PL CI rlal 8 J5 took, wtta same 10x3 Tbermold Wo. CL that means, "You to their feminine guardians as Americans have come together by T JOxS PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN S07, ."Before he could finish the solicit a eall to Inspect oar stoox take to water. We believe --. 11.35 "w Therznold PL Sa to MxJ 1X. tomato squashed that this way a great undertaking scores of thousands acrosssend their ftT DOta BIOTCS. tenco a rotten xS Thertnold Nfl. 80. .. WORIC9-Thtrtee- nth encouraging voices and Breckinridge and Ninth aad Magnolia. the seas against his face. An egg burst with wm be accomplished .successfully to nations less fortunate than them I .,l.i,llla Tiro onrl Dllhhar Pn ... ""? Miln ntTtrn . ,., ..u .uuw. w, mbjsT nrac-pa sickening smell on his chest and Dy women. But will our women selves. This is the significance of 1039 Vain f?A,a!1 npanpll the air was filled with soggy fruit forget that the race's future d Incorporated the Jewish throngs, this ls the meanMS 8. TKXXD 8T. odorous vegetables." pends upon them and their noble ing of throngs upon throngs of up the quanties of motherhood? There Is citizens the Irish birth or extraction. Private Gottlieb took of dough-n- o recital, as a group of other The Jews and the Irish are oprcas0n why the new woman S boys shouted corroboration f rom ' si10Uid not be the mother of pressed and they must bo set free to bunks in the sick bay. The dren indeed there ls every reason live the full lives of upstanding men, Brooklyn soldier explained: woman to enjoy the natural, inalienable why a "The house was in an uproar, si,ould most joyfully welcome a right of every nation, freedom. The 9 nimvwin imn SOUTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND MAIN. and our boys charged down tho 'child that she can herself support, nature of these meetings ls such aisles to the stage Many were so Dut f0r their own sovereignty as that the Governments and tho KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE Hundreds are joining our War Savings Club. One dollar's badly wounded that they couldn't modest, gentle and beautiful women, coteries of capitalists who LARGEST IN THE SOUTH. climb alone. Tho comedians tried they must retain the graces, the are attempting to belittle or thwart worth of Blue Ribbon Garden Seed free with every new saving's p fhnmsMvPR. 4i, We told ...t In flnfpnrl n..uf.ii tKem had better step surer before deposit of $1.00 or more. Club limited to 1.000 members. It ls too late. Tho passion that ls them they lied about their nation-- 1 accomplishments and tender and that if it was a Joke It;OSophies that lift them to that now loose has never suffered a seri"As Near to You as Ibe Nearest Phost" INSURE WITH THE was one of those exhibitions of motherhood blessed by the beautiful ous and enduring check from autopeculiar British humor that we BieSsed Mother who ls all loving crats or soulless captains of industries. Thwarted here, it has turned couldn't get. A bunch of Tommies and gentle and all powerful. Life there, and finally, vexed and FUNERAL FLOWERS swarmed down to defend them and harassed too much, it has turned we had one hot time. Finally the FOR WOMAN'S EYE. Into a mighty anger that consumed show broke up and we loft. Next A Special Spray $3.00 day tho manager complained to the An era of new colors Is undoubt Its persecutors. And why not Shall tho selfishness of a few deprive a a A mutual company. AU dividends go hospital commander. He posted a edly approaching. A Special Wreath $5.00 cation of the exercise of an inaliennotice that was a reprimand and to from uni able natural right? Never. Shall Women are leaping Good agency openings for men of compliment. It said any man who forms into medieval gowns. at)i' WEST VIRGINIA ia prejudice or filthy lucre, coined visited the theater again would do ability. blouse collars from the tears and blood of widows Lace collars and so at tho risk of courtmartial and MINE RUN HENRY BREITBART, and orphans, stand In tho way of that such a resort waB no fit place are not worn over coat suits. legitimate national aspirations? 408 Republic Building, for an American soldier." Necklaces have returned to fash- COMES BY RIVER if W ViUUAlU Louisville, Ky. Tho Irish are right, they Ion, and the most favored ones are and must havo freedom. Theirshould souls SAVE THROUGH YEAR. precious stone?. not of Excellent fiirnace and steam fcurth Mvnur louin? are worth more to them and to tho H .K"H.t The new docolletage prophesied coal. "Stenographers ought to know weeks ago Is coming into view as world than English fish or English C-O-- A-L mutton or English aristocracy. Tho stenography. besides something Wo telegraph Flowers Everywhere women exploit it. Irish in America are right, too, en They ought to be able to take care smart ii DUGAN COAL CO. evening gown we tirely right in pressing this matter Of the black of a house and to know how to nowadays. Brown Is in on the American Government at a their science or knowl St. Bernard Lump AA cook. All not come out of the tips see little after nightfall. tme when so many of their sons and evidence edge need SKGOND AND RIVER brothers. American citizens, are PwToa striking A smart purse ls of navy blue being In this of their fingers." brought from the battlefields tan morocco leathor, lined with MaiH 60'1-of St. way Archbishop to New York, helpless, We are now prepared to deliver coal Louis, emphasized Glennon, his point that moire silk, and has a clasp of sil- of Europo them, from wounds reGod pity promptly to all parts of city. working people should know some- ver. Tho ceived in freedom's cause. 10c thing else besides their special Tho straight frock of Jersey may Irish problem is now tho world's ST. BERNARD MINING CO. trades or lines of work. Speaking be simplicity Itself, but it should problem, our problem In a special NORTON BUILDING (iMwprrM) Botk Plioacia 032. of what a workingman does with have somewhere a touch of rich- way, for America struck the final A. J. 5c his money, Archbishop Glennon as- ness. blow that won the war. American H, W, Corner Faurth and Jefferson spend sailed the tendency "to Among the housewife's New Year boya of Irish blood did not give eye .. ww. . r. .. mwAvmr. - BnmlT. urn OTYtf. ftrfli n rr money as fast as one makes it." resolutions one most frequently or hand or foot that tho home of Settlements and community centers; "The idea seems to be," he said, made Is In favor of keeping house- their fathers and mothers might bo case work; clinics, recreation, surveys. Cigars Made among soldiers up to his sal- hold accounts. "that one must live still further exploited by England. For reconstruction work and their families and among war ary, and that ls false in principle, '! ! ! whpn it la fashionable to And what of tho American boys of workers. Salaries equivalent to those 'I' '! !' Even M4"HDR. JOHN P. BECKER for It violates prudence and fore- wear the hair parted, don't wear it Irish, extraction dead on the battle customarily Applicants "please send refpaid by. social welfare sight. Do you expect the world will that way unless It is becoming to fields of Franco? Did they die agencies. emerence from pastor, school and serowe you a living In old ago, wnen you. that Ireland might be still further ployer, and state in detail social OPTOMETRIST, you have squandered all you have JOHN B. RATTERMAN crushed? We shall see. vice schooling- and professional field slippers The prettiest Now ls Ireland's time; the sym experience. Address: SPECIALIST IH FITTING GLASSES made in other days? You say, Imaginable of the boudoir known as shape How are people to save money togreat throbbing heart mittee on Women's Activities National pathy FUNERAL DIRECTOR aro covered with exquisitely of tho of the day when they can not earn enough mules Twenty Years' Experieuce. working world is with her. Cathollo War Council, 930 Fourteenth leather. Prices Reasonable. to attend? Well. I don't know about painted white It ls Ireland's time to shake her St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 2114 WEST MARKET STREET begun to gyves till the whole world rings with Recently women 315 Starlcs Bsi'ditift. Third Floor fhat. T Vnow. In fact I Vnow from realize that there ls have something they the horrid sound, to lift her voice experience and observation, that Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland FoHrtk and. Waliiat. Q there Is scarcely any salary today have even greater need of keeping again and again in demand for West 1107a. Phone City 11S0. from which something can not be track of than their cash, and that justice, until England learns that a dangerous tide is rising fast, and it saved. It all depends on the way ls their time. Is rising rast. And Ireland, not wlH you live. Nor does it require exire year feeya aa oaeattea INDL1NAFOLIS. England, i atop of the water with cessive The tendency ibm lit. WM nMvflitM MBl isf'W''Wy tfW peoples of all races and classes and to reach up to the point where political and St. Patrick's 'Branch of the Cath- tanks and creeds, every cent that is made is to be Dr. Uriah Z. Lksiy ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE spent is hostile to the well being olic Knights of America. Indian- otherwise, for this to a question, not Funeral Directors apolis, has elected 23. S. Oieary ae of raee or clase or rank or creed, Chireaediat , of society." 416 W.MAPKCT XU W. MHtwtf, XWavllI, Xy. eleenduing year. The or otherwise, 507 LQUISVIIXE.. KY. and Embalmers. OsdiMtd bv the Xaverlaa Brotacra ersThe Archbishop advised his hear- President for the a K per cent, politicaljustice. And the but of is: problem mental to start a wiving aceeuat and Secretary leports aaa raaaviaa), BteitUBe ssHsett iStarlca Faraltare at A eemplete llRe yearx Lars get some inauraaee m leading to gain la membership the pact year Ireland has a right to freedom and price that are always the lowest. HiUlt BwIbm have freedom. KiO thrift aad fOMtloa hi declining and the raeh in good ftnaneial Ireland must siasa. Tri Botk Pieat; Satisfaaate gtaamntani. America. condition, years. Tlr. Ura, sajaMa, Y. HENRY G06S CONTRACTOR FOR Spouting Roofing, Guttering, ALL KINDS OF OONORETH WOiU Tin Roots Repaired and Painted St. 1815 S. Twenty-sixt-h Asphalt Shingles a Specialty SOU W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. Home Phone Shawnee 868 L,i,i FLORIDA "DRYS" AMUSING. The New York World recently printed this rather amusing letter about prohibition In Florida: HENRY SOHUH 1403 Seventh Street 3 East Main Street Choice Staple and Fancy GRO Automobile Repairing, Engines, CERIES, MEAT and VEGETABLE Pumps, Elevators and Genoral Ma- MARKET, Flno Teas and Coffees, chinery Repairs Promptly Attended Butter a Specialty. City Home To. Home Phone City 1533. Phone 2147; Cumb. South 1658-MA- F. CHINE BREITENSTEIN CO. 781-78- y' al ARTHUR A. WILL C08-51- Y A REUTLINGZR FIRE A , A'-.'mldThelau- offi 1 Y ' " SLIS '"J toriyaTot LPl,i Jnr Ky 934-93- 4Heeea)44a)gggaa)a)4a P. BANNON - PIPE CO. ante-bollu- m ar FIRST GUARANTEED STOCK. -- near,-despai- r. ul -- "' sen-ljuc- S73-17B- -- f de-an- eeH)e)4ae4iea))a)aea)aea4ea)ecat(B i chll-the- ir Liberty Insurance Bank TEMPORARY QUARTERS ! ti.. phll-allt- y, Lafayette Insurance Company policy-holders. COAL ' '- t "H"S-H"- SMOKE I ;!TARPY'S Lady Dash Little yV c FRED ERHART ARCHITECT A WANTED! A iBest - DRINK - I !B$$ Maateaaaaj hTbosseson FKHJt AVKNUK rw te at self-deni- CORNS,BUNIONS m.c 3 KJV'TXIOICY XIfcIH JkMBIBLlO.AJ. 1 SPECIAL! $6.25 0m0K ?rv9'"Na4B&allBriBttflaBBBB i teeeeeeoeeeeee HERMAN STRAUS v. rouRTH Avenue wnswwwag SONS market J I street ' X We Qlve and Redeem Qold Trading Stamps. Boys' Corduroy Suits )TJfiiwiiia''''i'-iWjsjBMSjjffl83iVm ntmtF M JANUARY CLEARANCE f This is a event with us an opportu- nity for you that comes but once each season. You really can't afford to miss it. semi-annual An item which indicates in a very strikpossibiliing way the greater ties of the "Boys' Store." Boys' Corduroy Suits, drab colored handsome military models; belt all around; slash pockets; pants fully lined; sizes 6 to 18. Made to wear well and last long. Special at $6.25. value-giving SECRET SUPPLY SHIP. OF , GREAT First photogarph of the famous English Channel train ferry. A war secret kept three whole yeara from friend and foe alike. This and similar boats transferred at once whole supply trains across tho English Channel to British railway tracks In France. Insert shows interior of tho English Channel train ferry, showing tho arrangements of whole trains on each ferry. BRITAIN. LEVY'S at th :: HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. There will bo no division meet- tings this coming week. The membership drive in San Francisco has exceeded all expecta tions. Louis D. Kavanaugh will presido over Division 3 of Omaha during tho year 1919. Mrs. T. E. Cantwell has beeu elected President 'of Ladles' Auxiliary 5 of Indianapolis. gave an 3 of Omaha . Division Irish wolcomo to threo soldier members back from tho war. Division 2 of San Francisco ended tho year with both an Increased membership and treasury. A rovival of interest in the work of tho Ancient Ordor in Sacramento promises much for the future. Tim Lyons, a veteran member of the order, has been, taken to Lakeland Asylum suffering from a mental breakdown. James McTighe, Lawrence Meany and Tom Langan are preparing a musical and refreshment treat for installation night. Mrs- - Ellen Elvers, State President of the Ladles' Auxiliary of Oregon, has tho honor of having given Ave sons to the service of our country. Tho ten divisions of tho Ladies' Auxiliary of Hennepin county. Minn., will have an elaborate joint installation, of officers on January 13. KNICffl OP COLUMBUS H i mark e.t i o Suits Coats Waists Men's Shirts Wool :: Late News That Will Interest Members Hero and Elsewhere. Galveston has just admitted new members Into tho counsix-ty-fi- and Cotton Mixed Blankets Inter-Southe- rn Life Insurance Co. JAMES R. DUPPIN, President. ee99ctte Where the QuicK Meal Comes In "hers brightest; Jbers th medium-sizeWhy not tako an agency for a conservatively inannged, treatment of agente and dean, progressive company, whoso the policyholders and whoso standing and courtesies with all of very American Life Insurance Companies glvo It a position of tho Iiighost rank? d, louisville, icy. cil there. tha hone work Is la la s 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 moro than 54,600,000. Excess deposit over all requirements $1,000,000, or 20 per cent, moro than tho law requires. with renewal commissions, so For good, clean agency contracts your own'and have an Independmay build up a business of that you ent permanent income, address the Home OSlco of the Company. INTER-SOUTHER- N LIFE INSURANCE CO. LOUISVILLE, ICY. REDDINGTON, Omaha. Popular Louisville boy, stationed California Council of San Franat Great Lakes as Fire Inspector. cisco Is one of tho great organizations which havo cast their lots for IlECENT DEATHS. tho freedom of Ireland. Notre Dame Council will erect Tuesday afternoon the funoral this year a social center building on Qarvoy, aged thirty-fou- r, of Thomas tho university campus that will cost was held from St. Cecilia's church. approximately $50,000. febn of the late James Ho was tho San Antonio closed the year and Mary Garvey and ha$ lived Its largest and most interesting with Intho greater pfirt of his life in tho itiation, receiving seventy-tw- o canWILLIAM M. What tho Crusaders wero in tho middle ages the Knights of Columbus aro In our age. With tho initiation of eighty-tw- o candidates tho membership at St. Joseph, Mo., is ovor 500. Fort Wayne Knights provided abundant Christmas cheer for tho orphans of St. Vincent's Asylum. OrTho children of St. James phanage were given a rare treat and Christmas tree by the Knights of light; ooked best; miere the range stands the test That's the when "Quick Veal" somee There tht neJ Qnlek Meal Gas Itaaes Where work Is qulcMy done; Where cooking sees real fun; Where baking fives de light; Where drudge Is eat at sight That's where the "Quick Meal" la. Said, Installed aad Highly Raeemmemdeil LffcXlfcK Ct oOW, M I MM 'I W. MARKET ST. DOUGHERTY & McELLIOlT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Mulloy's New Blend Coffee 2 West End. enty-tw- o ' For 75c res sexowx a oirrzi tsjlt isQtjAwrr. roB Importer ran cot JOHN M. MTJLXvOY MoytvvvvyWWvtww,M morning at Sis. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital. Her funoral was held Monday morning with requiem high mass at tho Cathedral. Ill only five days of pneumonia, death came to Miss Gladys McMil-liseventeen-year-ol- d daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James McMlllin, on Monday afternoon at tho homo of her aunt, Mrs. James Gllpen, 4012 Southern . Parkway. Funoral services and burial in St. Louis cemetery took place Wednesday afterFuneral services for Eberbard n, Miss Marcarct Lan'can. aced sev and Jong a resident of this Saturday city, died of1 paralysis THE HOME TELEPHONE 1 Louisville Home Telephone Company State President Curtln will con duct a joint installation for all the aia w. luutzsT vs. zeuzsnuui, scr. and we Omaha divisions on January 13. Return this advertieoment with remittance prepaid. This was brought about through tho ship Coffee by Parcel Post, all charces will K. I. A. Ladies' Auxiliary. Mrs. LaPorte, of the Irish History Committee, has announced the installation of Irish histories In St. Joseph's and St. Bridget's schools in Indianapolis. The Ladies' Auxiliary of Indian apolis gave a splendid reception and entertainment in honor of their County President, Mrs. James of those who O'Donnell. National, State and It the ever willing servant county officers wero present. will uie it, giving them power to trans-mi- t of Hibernians Three hundred Dayton, Ohio, have 'called on Presiof wire their voice over a net-wor-k dent Wilson and members of the Senate and House of Representato many points in the State of Kentives to bend their efforts for tho tucky and elsewhere. separation of Ireland from the British. old tho When changed to the 165th, arrives homo New York will give the men the greatest welcome ever witnessed Every division of tho there. Ancient Order will turn out its full Btrcngth in tho monster parade that will escort the heroes to their INCORPORATED armory. Sixty-nint- h, Economical--EfficicntRcIiabIc--Scrvicc and "Itoaater of High Grads CoffM, Sold Direct to Consumer. noon. years old, wero Kaelln, forty-on- e held Thursday morning at St. Joseph's church. He was cashier for the American Tobacco Company and resided with his sister, Mrs. Edward Zehnder, on the Brownsboro road. Surviving him are two other sisters and threo brothers. Her funeral was held Wednesday afternoon from St. Cecilia's church. Tho death of Miss Lula Lehman, aged forty-twfollowing an Illness of but two weeks, cast a deep gloom over her circle of friends and rela tives, by whom she was held in high osteem. Surviving her are her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Lehman, 2014 Portland avenue, and two sisters, Mrs. Fred Kolfol and Mrs. John Cleaver, and two broth ers, Frank B. and George W. Lehman. Funeral and requiem mass took place Tuesday morning at St. Cecilia's church. o, Borrow to her friends and rolatives. manner and her early death brings Monday morning Miss Annie Muir, fifteen years old, died at the homo of her aunt, Mrs. J. C. Snyder, 515 North Twentieth street. of pleasing Deceased was a girl didates into the order. Johnny Evers' most prized keepsake Is the gold cigarette case presented him by tho Secretaries in Paris before ho sailed for home. Omaha Council had a successful Initiation, conferring the degrees on e candidates. All present In tho council room wore "flu." masks. K. of C Club rooms and halls In a number of Iowa towns, where hospitals take no contagious diseases, wero generously turned over for uso as emergency hospitals for "flu" patients. When tho Knights opened their new building at Fort Meyer, across tho Potomac rlvor from Washing ton, Bishop Hayes, of Now York, was present, and Bishop O'Connell, of Richmond, delivered tho preRov. address. sentation Father Ignatius Fealy, who made a legion of friends In Louisville while presiding over the Chaplains' Training School at Camp Zaphary Taylor, received the building for tho Government, his words arousing his hearers to enthusiasm. Father Fealy has been made the regular chaplain sixty-thre- Funeral Directors Climb. 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Mr. Sexton died suddenly from an attack of heart trouble Monday morning. Ho was widely known and during hlB younger days CAUTION AGAINST RUMORS. was considered one of the most powerful men in this section. He The Romo correspondent of the is survived by his mother, Mrs. Mary Sexton; two brothers, Dan Catholic Press Association cables ana James, and two sisters, Mrs. that the utmost caution should be William Raftery and Miss .Mary exercised regarding the credibility of rumors about ecclesiastical-politicSexton. developments there suggesting Mrs. Adeline Wosterfield, sixty-eigyears old, widow of August the settlement of the Roman ques Westerfleld, who enjoyed a wide, tion and connecting the proposed acquaintance and was held In high visit of President Wilson therewith. esteem hy young and old, suc- It is true that, partly as tho result GOVERNOR SENDS INVITATION. cumbed to heart disease at her of tho Sacred Union brought about reorganization The Kentucky Irish American homo, 1423 Baxter avenue. Her by the war, a certain proceeding in funeral was held Monday from St. of Catholic action is witness tho inauguration of Gov. James church? of which she was a. Italy, which will result in Italian active Smith at Albany, for which an deyout member. Surviving her aro Catholics taking a more lifo of and the elaborate programme has been ar tho following children: August L. open part in tho public among Cathranged. Alfred E. Smith, who has Westefiold, Harrlman, Pa.; John J. nation. It Is also true, been elected Governor of Now York, Westefleld, who is In tho military olics in Rome and throughout tho is the first Catholic over elected to servico, stationed at Camp Sevier, world, there is a growing feeling that position. Gov. Dongan, tho S. C; Louis L. We3tofield, Mrs. E. that at this historic moment of tho world Colonial Governor, was an Irish M. Young, Mrs. Edward Brennan universal resettlement Catholic, but since the establish-- ! and Misses .TosSphlno and Sadie might also woll think of regulating the present abnormal position of tho. roent of the United States no Cath Westefleld, of Louisville. Regarding President WilPapacy. olic hasMeen elected Governor of son, It is pretty certain that ho will FORTST HOURS. there wero Now York, although como to Romo as tho guest of the several Catholic candidates, such as Tho Forty Hours' Servico will be- King of Italy, and that while there Francis D. Kern an and Martin H. Glynn. A writer in a weekly gin in Louisville tomorrow morning he will go to tho Vatican. Indeed paper, who is authority on such at St. Peter's church with solemn It is unthinkable that the head of matters, says that Oovornor-elemud uuruuuuo tho great American republic should ui&tia ui Smith's father was a Fenian and i will end Tuesday. Being the first or bo in Rome and not seo the head affairs, the sew year many are expected to of Christendom. But beyond these prominent In and Indul- things at present all is rumor and Gov. Smith is a practical Catholic! receive the sacrament la. largely Imagtaative. gences. and is a Knight of Columbus. al Thomas Walsh an Lecturer nounces that Adjt. Gen. J. Tandy Ellis and his banjo will bo a feat-ur- o at the meeting of tho Knights of Columbus next Wednesday evening. The dance tonight for the soldiers will be under the auspices of the council members, as there havo been many objections to these affairs being conducted by outside organizations to tho exclusion of members and their families. Invitations to any affair of the Knights of Columbus should naturally be issued through the members themselves or council officials In preference to outside organizations who do not contribute financial support to the ordor. . y day six masses On Christmas were celebrated in the Catholic City 2860. Cathedral at Coblenz, Germany, Ave of tho masses being said hy resident by Chaplain Father Patrick Dunl-ga- n, of tho American army of oc- pastors, while the other was said K. OF O. EVENTS. cupation. This mass was a solemn high and the choir consisted of fifty voices from a war orphans' homo conducted by the Sisters of Charity. Over 2,000 American soldiers re0 B. CHESTNUT ceived holy communion, which must havo been an edifying and Inspiring sight. THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH 717-71- L. D. BAX Funeral Director and Embalmer LOUISVILLE, KY. )? . Director and Embalmer! BOTH PHONES 810. .iEMSl OO80Mi Main 2360-- Y. 00 HOLLENBAOTTS WOTB HOUSH INCORPORATED Karl A. Hollenbach, Prop. Distillers Of OLD FORTUNA HOLLKNBAOH" M W. Mala St. SOUR HASH Importer and Dealer la WINES AND LIQUORS ht PURE BYB Lob1stU!. K 144 South Third Home Phone 1191 Street BE SURE TO CALL FOR I McKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. 35 , ct , ) Irish-Americ- IB. Mdienna, m . :. Distiller, Fairfield. Ky. : . . .- -