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Kentucky Irish American 2, LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1919. ! 1600 Taxicab, Auto, BOTH PHQNES Private Ambulance Iwisrllta CsrrUee art Taxkas INCORPORATED Cb. VOLUME XLII.-N- O. PRICE FIVE CENTS. kind to it, whatever damage dono to the town being by bombs from aeroplanes as the First American J rSMh fe&a oft Army moved uphe line. Director nnsMIMJBfc.MBMntLQsMsfc.-fr.Ty..1JF Fallen was fortunate In finding a i warehouse for his supplies, and afeeurtyard in which z Declined to Be n Free Nation to store the trfcsks. It was the Id Gunrd Sets Trap to Squelch l. site of the old XWlege of Ste. nnd People Will Uphold jitx-iKcpuuiicnn jjosscs For several nights the nnd Searcy. Republic. commissary Knifhts spread their bedding rolls oftfthe floor of the warehouse, wheSfene of the Secretaries with a bsnsp of curiosity inAnvestigated a weSlfventllated building Secictary For Ireland Says Question Judge Carroll and Frof. Foster next door. A Mfge normltory, with nounce for Democratic Will Bo Settled in Six , formerly used old fashioned Nominations, by the studcnt,'yas unearthed, and Months. from that tlmefjjia Knights had real neaaquarc word went out In all direct Chief Petty and Ills Lecture Tour sre at Ste. Mene- that the Knlgh Meeting in New Yoik Appeals to hould, and a Queered By Keystone later tho Amorl- Aineilcnn Delegates to In up the Croi ved can Red Comedy Police. road. Some o: fijwy know, but no Pence Conference. re the furniture one will tell, came from th btnttfittcd the readtng and wrltl oms, and there STAGE A WILD WEST KEEL. was a small fin a corner for VICTORY OF THE SINN FEIN. the boys to pi m. Of cigarettes, ty anu rqauing chocolate, liarA id will be an matter there The old lino Republican State as American abundance so of In charge A republic now exists In Ireland leaders who were fcrJcinlty, for tho troops are in many years and party affairs lor and every force of the Irish people quarters will untamed. by A. T. have been shoved aside Following t of C. tho will be used to uphold It, Dr. PatHert, the big moneyed man and Cross came in, "M. P." and rick McCartan, known as tho "envoy National Republican Committeeman, town. after which It ie a real of tho Provisional Government of staged a plan this week at the Since that tlm Yanks claim to Ireland," declared In an address at meeting o! the State Republican,1 have learned. the Huns were a meeting held In New York City GERMAN HELMETS AID IN FRENCH WAR LOANS. Central Committee whereby they JUST IN TIME. good to the pli Sunday night to congratulate him, hope to regain control and at the Tho probl faced Director Statues at the entrance of the Tullerles Gardens, protected by sand DIarmuId Lyncli and "Gen." Llam A remarkable photo shows two Tommies crouched behind a propitisame time give Hert and his local Pallcn was a ie. He had to bags since last winter, now decorated with hundreds of German Mellows, all prominent Sinn Felnors, protege, Chesley Searcy, a black ous wall as a shell burst not far away. The camera man certainly take care of len of the First helmets captured by French and English soldiers. upon tholr election to the British eye. Just as the old proverb says took a chance in getting this picture. iThere was tho American Ar: woman, "Hell hath no Parliament. Twenty-sixt- h in regard to Massachusetts, "You have seen tho statement of fury like a politician scorned," and RATS, are omong those missing with each In turn. After his visit from .New York, tho Forty-seRepublican leadors in from the ranks and ALL REPUBLISeventy-eightthe old lino to tho Vatican President Wilson re- tho Now English Secretary for Irethe Seventy-s- e dicta-tlo- n the State have resented the they CANS are In their places. Seventv-ulntElghty- Ightleth, turned to the American embassy, land that tho Irish question will be and of Hert, a whence ho drove with MrB. Wilson, settled within the next six months iret, Second, Third, first, Ninetieth The following evening (Monday) claim his backing comes from the Col. Lud, again in full uniform, to the American Protestant Episco- either peaceably or bloodily," said Fourth, Flftkf th, Twonty-nlntin the Republican Was the speaker of the evening at 'We in Ireland are big interests Thlrty-- i pal church. He was accompanied Dr. McCartan. nartv in thn East. Then again the the dinner of the Social Workers' by Thomas Nelson Page, the Amerl- - not afraid of shedding blood In our Thirty fifth. "Xf a11 n fmr far Follows tho American Army of Oc Engineering old liners1 were gottlng a little Jeal- nH Anv dls- - righteous cause, and if England at'lotieer outfits and Pope .Benedict Extends Greetings can Ambassador, and other IjUUIUIQUWO UC1U til 4 It a IIIOIMUUIBV lUO tempts to Interfere with tho estabous ,of the prominence given to g,xth and Broadwayi re. mj tlngulshed people hospitals. cupation Into Coblcnz, and Audience to Presiour own Chesley Searcy hero and In lishment of our republic it will bo a Un h,g ecturo wlth a mtle ad Pope Benedict also received Stanford, F. J. Assisted by. they unioaaoa a sinuum ymu w dition for the benefit of those pres Germany. , Conn.; Herbert Riler, of To special audience the American Jour- declaration of war on her part and dent Wilson. kill two birds with one stone, that ent who ho knew were interested L. Welch, York; E. J. nalists who arrived In Rome with tho blood that will bo spilled will ic tn lot TTfrt and Searcy Jointly in welfare work of the soldiers and Ryan, of Pr e, and M. Drls- President Wilson, together with be on her hands." ., 4i, rorolvn thn knockout blOW tnat IS fhin nt Dr. McCarten d6clared that be.!, coll, of Oavi some of tho President's suite. The R. I., Pallen got November, when he KeyStoner3 became real eloquent Secretaries Shared Dangers coming to them in on wheels be-- Presented Hnndsomo Mosaic Repro- visitors were conducted by Msgr. fore the recent election the people With busy. Eve oou.v me uemucrttus utoi C. was sent longing to when ho told his hearers that every O'Hearn, Rector of the American of Ireland had been asked to vote In Argonno Soldiers victory because of tho re- man in his department waB a gentle (or separation from England. This, ducing Famous Picture to Ste. Me: College. and 100 first turn of our big Democratic soldier man and how noble and kind they Forest Battles. class field rived. Tho Pontiff said he was glad to he said, accounted for tho sweeping of St. Peter. vote. licit is fighting to redeom were to the soldier boys, somo of jnen did at Mont- What thoe see American journalists for per- victory of the Sinn Fein. Ireland, himself in tho oyes of the big fel- tho Chief's hearers actually shedfaucon, Bu $Rancourt, Varen- sonal reasons, saying: "Wo were ho continued, "tonight is a freo nalows for that awful walloping of ding tears when they hoard how nes, Florent ont, les isiettes, born in tho city which was tho tion," and likened that country's in lovely our Keystone police were to Democratic majority 31,000 xermont, Chatel birthplace of the man who discov- condition to that of Poland, but said Frank Bundschu, LouisvlIIo Man, Cirges Rom 1916, but many will bo sorry to our soldier boys. And tthilo the Cheheroy, I Marveaux and Tho President nnd Pontiff Give ered America. A further reason for tho Irish republic as yet nad not With Occnpation Army see "Chos" Searcy, who Is a mighty Chief was sneaking Just flvo squares d never be writ-ca- n Dun Sur M Expression to Identical satisfaction in seeing you Is tho fact been recognized by any other nain his own away two of his police were trying good, little politician soldier, for ten for the As Secretary. that there are so many Catholics tion. He asserted that the Irish Views. homo towa, sacrificed for the benefit to kill more soldiers than the Gorne is a cap storlan. living In tho United States, to whom here had raised a fund of $8,Q0O,-00- 0 who handed him man army and had tho neighborof the old Hnera to carry out their programme. ay be made pub- A few fig we feel bound by tbo closest ties. (ha itmnn Chairmanship. The lit hood of First and Broadway .Ja aa should be aplie. The ecretarles with The sympathy wo hai always felt opposed by uproar. tle-- Napoleon will be neccseary te knapsacks and It Is for America Is Increases1 now when plied to the Irish people ,aa coming ana or add that many hardly Social Work TRIBUTE OF THE DOUGHBOYS. "flivvers," NEWSPAPER1 some Domociatic politicians MEN. we think of President Wilson's tal- within President Wilson's meaning," of the ted by many an HECE1VES Wheelbarrow ganizora out In the State who will ers did a lot of tittering1 at the "I believe ho supplied an ents and hl3 hope for a just and declared Dr. McCartan. American o nskn him look like a novice at the Chief's 'expense the aextday when army truck river, placed In lasting peace which Is about to be- - that President Wilson has the power to Insist upon a republic la Ireland leas treeM fgwl"Iic,waBd,Oea 4eukSaAg, j nBdthatehecangetthei9944df--4,000,000 Accorfllng,nopreser:teBQrur'lrom s.uuu.uvu world to recognize the republic Hert g paper, 2,000,000 Rome President Wilson wa3 tho It's a Dlty that "the movie picture bless you, K. of C," waa the sheets of wr WITH THE NAVY. ing. without further bloodshed." people didn't trail the local police scribbled on a Knights ot envelopes, 25, 0 cartons of choco- - most popular man In Italy before ,. Judge John D. Carroll, of New for material, as dally they furnish Columbus "Gen." Mellows, who gained his packages of chew- William Clines, of Undo Sam's truck as it pulled out of lates, 1)000, Castle, announced his candidacy for comedy that puts some of our tho little town reported all over Ing gum, e! tons oJ hard candy, his arrival.'' Now after his sojourn navy. haB been spending his fur- title as one of tho leaders' ot tho (Monday the world as the spot In the 500 cases o the Democratic nomination fo Gov- screen artists to blush. ondenscd milk and In Rome ho is almost the mo3t lough here on a visit to his mother, Easter rebellion in 1916, declared ernor this week and declares for night's reel with Hardin, tho Sinn Felnera 500 cans of i drops to hospitals, loved one. From every quarter. In Mrs. Mary Clines, and family, 1037 that seventy-thre- e Argonne whore the proud and woman suffrage, national prohibicar conductor, and Desurno, haughty, but beaten, Hun envoys all from St' Menehound In less every class, nothing but praise is South Sixth street, and has beeu elected to the British Parliament administration the unaffected-nes- s wagon driver, would placed their signatures tion and a business would not take their seats in tho delivered to points sung of his simplicity, to the than a mon wide and democratic manner, while having a most enjoyable visit, a House of Commons, but will remain at Frankfort. Judge Carroll's career have been a scream. The two dun to Grand Pre. armistice that caused tho "cease from below number of social functions being in Ireland and try to shape tho long acquaintance due to his started teir jamboree with firing" order. was eight miles many a ono gained through the given in his honor. Since entering The town. the certainty on the Appellate bench makes him yeast highballs and ended up by Ireland." He at the Iho truck was one of several from madebatt line in Le Harazee,; speeches he delivered real sympathy the navy he has been on the destinies of Ireland inSinn Felners a formidable candidate and his driving everyone to the trenches, three-to- n the the First that America felt a fa us war- asserted that vehicles which, with a was Nevada, ono of our largest assembly friends and supporters say that his although one soldier dared both to bunch of "flivvers" was evacuating American Ari would convene a by the K, of C. and friendship for Italy, which is ships, and has made several trlp3 In Ireland, from national tho Irlsn The nomination would bring the support drop their pistols and clubs and he the advanced area headquarters of November 11 J It gained a place In deeply reciprocated there.' which convoying the American question would bo presented to the overseas of many independent voters to the would whip them the world's n itory, for In a partly ties uniting the two countries have the Knights of Columbus Democratic ticket in November. Hardin played the William S. Hart Menehould and was starting at Ste. ruined bulldf g In tho town the been stiongthened still more since soldiers. He was on tho Nevada Peaco Conference. for tho the President's visit. The only re- when the 138th Division was threatProf. L. E. Foster, of Christian role and said that he was going to Rhino front, whero advanced area armistice wa signed. "There Is no more by the Hun and sub- British law in Iroland recognition ot county, announces for Superintendand no more kill everyone In sight except to headquarters of the Knights are When it h s announced that the gret expressed is that he was not ened marines Just before they reached recognition of British courts of InInstruction, and it is leave six for Two ent of Public o to Coblenz plans able to stay longer, so as better to the other side. Sunday evening nu army would VBaId In his behalf that in addition frightened citizens, and by the way established at Coblenz, Germany. are doughboy from New were quickly"' irmed for the evacua- appreciate the high esteem in which mother entertained with a sumptu- justice," ho as declared. "We every It race, York was a hopped country Is held. to his record as School Superin- supporters of Smith as possible K. of who from tho side- tion of Lo 'If,1 aehoud by the loaded hisThe President's arrival at tho ous family dinner In his honor, at withholding thofar British Imperial county he begged to bo among thoinsixhis tendent of Christian left for C. Paris heg quarters were many relatives and cent from English law Is already .i would prove a strong addition to a treasury. and claimed they had walk and with a heavy pencil wrote with new suk Thanksgiving Vatican on Saturday was announced which were friends. Young Clines Is tho pic- farce In Ireland. England may hold fact had past experience In that role. It the message on the truck, a message and Chrlstmal, lies for by the Master of tho Chamber of ticket in November, citing the and and certainly was a big night for the that went to Germany, and unless supplies thabl Pallen those were tho the Pope, who awaited the Presi- ture of health and looks tho Ideal the country, but she does not rulo that he was elected in 1913 wanted for elements obliterate it 1917 in his homo county, which is Keyatoners, and while tho celebra- time and theday possibly be dent tho throne loom, where two seaman. It. Wo in Ireland are prepared to He' sent it will some read In Coblenz. reglni,ents word along the gilded In armchairs had been placed. normally Republican. In 1917 he tion was going on several houses mako every sacrifice that can coma for the United States and live long as road to dayA army miles around The President waB admitted ImmeV1VCY HAPPY YEARS. was elected without opposition and were robbed In different parts of now In upholding what we have have trucks fighters of the and for the it might be added that Christian the town. Gee! what a series of the sentiment of for the Knights of milled nut r. the K. of J. head diately to tho presence of the Pope, can bo no turning won. There Argonne Forest The fiftieth anniversary of the back. county gave Bruner, tho Republi- stormy meetings and fiery resoluIreland stands for this in quarters wlir surplus supplies of who was gowned In white. On nls D. Kalten-bachof by tho Columbus, who served them faith- canned mllV can nominee for Senator, GOO ma- tions would be scattered d largo quantities or way to tho throne room the Presi- marriagewas Mr. and Mrs. In Shelby-vlll- e the face of England, if necessary in celebrated jority over Gov. Stanley last No men's Federation If this was a fully and truly from below Verdun clcarettes ;gr candy, as well as dent was accompanied by a proface of tho whole world. Tbo to Grandpre in the battles that at the home of their daughter, the vember. Democratic administration. The cession of Vatican servants. Invincible Irish nation has once athletic su; tJ broke the German heart. of more demonstrated Mrs. Gus O'Leary, with five thecs columns last As forecast in to tho world lie- truck was sent procession made its way . through Every ' Long before the making of hisseven children present Will that it can not be crushed." Bolshevik! adminweek, the local OREGON'S NEW BISHOP. Coblenz load and halls filled' with antiquo pictures their tory in tho Argonne Forest the iu rarm i ac of Kaltenbacher, S. and Arthur istration sent out thousands of its hearing tho limit. and precious tapestries. A resolution was adopted urging uro. Knights ot Columbus Secretaries ail came ps voters, tho book ALIBI book to tho entered the Louisville; Mrs. O'Leary, Mrs. A. the passing by Congress of a joint As the President Pono Benedict has named Rev. had been with the American troops, Director ordered bed rolls Kalten- resolution now before tho Foreign misleading title of Joseph F. McGrath, parish priest ot V. Dubourg and Oscar bearing the to tho Papal aparttied up, psH lit in shape and kits were at The two "Facts!" The voterB look in vain St. Patrick's church, Tacoma. dio but the headquarters to swing Toul. stowed. by convoy pulled out ments he was preceded tho bacher, of Shelbyvlllo. family wero Relations Committee, which proWhen the lino began from for tho "facts" about why near cese of Seattle, Wash., to be Bishop that sector, farsighted G. D. Fallen, of tho cor was Pontifical Chamberlain. Gendarmes absent members of tho who Is with vides that America's delegates to and while It Mayor Smith lets Chesley Searcy of Baker City, Oregon. Baker City forming 1 the peaco conference be requested road doughboys, in lmmenso busbies and the Palatine Bernard Kaltenbacher, of New York, Director General fill tho position of Mayor, why Davy was left without a Bishop I'Icers bid the K. Guard and tho Noble Guard in their the American troops in France, is and to work for Ireland's plea for when Knight sof Columbus activities of marines t in In whose home Rose resigned a $2,500 job, why Bishop O'Reilly was transfered to Another resolution the mesage that red tunics wero drawn up to greet Mrs. Leo Hall, and Mrs. Kaltenarea, picked Ste. Mr. Missouri. the taxpayers were Btung with a Lincoln early last summer. Rev. the advanced the spot urged the President to carry out in to Germany was him. went wIC or headMenehould as bacher wero married In Mt. Vernon, tho caso of Ireland his assortion motorboat house; why County Clerk Joseph McGrath was born In Ire quarters, In Jils conversation with Presiand from early in October scribbled. Neutzel delayed the soldiers' vote; land about years ago. n tho man to whom dent Wilson the Pontiff gave ex Ind. Tholr family is ono of the that "all peoples are entitled to jjirecior why City Assessor Baldauf raised He made his theology course at until the present moment tons of all credit is due t for vuu front line i pression to identical sentiments UU1 most highly respected In Shelby and assessments sky high; why prison- Montreal and was ordained there In supplies ot all kinds for the soldiers success, is naturally tno veteran ot . enlarged upon tue tnomes. in view county. hungry at tho Jail; why 1895 by Archbishop Fahre for the have left the ancient structure used tho outfit and has been in Franco of the President's rejection of the ers went Tho Dublin Corporation on Friday headquarters. are bad; NEW ALBANY. the Workhouse conditions alwayB In diocese of Springfield, Mass. His as Any" man who fought in of! months ago, tho for of last week decided to confer the the eight monthsFor a the Knights he Papal peaco offer American execu-wa- s Hospital Ib why the City tranAnm nt Hi ritv nn Prpflldont long period reception of the first pastoral labors were spent as Argonne knows the Knights, and Columbus. A a muss; why near Mayor Smith assistant to tho well known Father every Secretary who fought through UnltV Council. Y. M. I., Of NeWlivllbnn rlnnntaMnn araa n ha at the Vatican was looked for- attached to the Now York gasoline McCoy, used tho city machine and of the Springfield diocese. with a dlvjsion has been honored by flce and for six months represented ward to with great Interest In all Albany, had a fine meeting Tuesday Bent to Parla wnen tho preaident others to run to Chillicothe when the K. of C. at Camp Upton, Fort official circles, and the warm greetnight, when officers for tho ensuing roturns tj,ero for the purpose of Father McGrath later spent two ' couldn't use even their "flivver;" years doing missionary work among division headquarters and wears the Totten and Camp Dix. Ings exchanged by tho President and year wero installed. Insignia of the division with which guest instead ,K.. bestowing this honor upon him. The . ,why Sam Owens la a me On the road to .Germany with Pontiff were commented upon witn """""i delegation, which will number live, they the Indians of Northern Michigan. he stayed.. Some have the insignia - 'of a prisoner at tho Jail; why pastor, announ ced a t th o masses vym reprcsont an political sections here. The hardships of hla missionary la' Wildcats, othere the Key- Director Fallen are Frank Bund- - much satisfaction presented to Presl- - the . Sunday morning that tho collections released John Doe and who got the bors overtaxed his strength and he of tho down and m j u president Wilson to p0ne Benedict schu. of Louisville Council, stone, case, and the line, and in addimoney for this was compelled to spend some time tion some bear scars from shrapnel, twenty-fou- r other Secretaries. In dent Wilson a handsome Mosaic re- - r ,l4nolirorpnans, visit Dublin to receive formally the Mary a,urcnranmHn;ea - An but not least why don't we get In last When while one man, James freedom of the city. Texas recuperating. Crowe, Is 'addition to these there are about producing Guide Renl's famous picreal policemen and firemen instead Father McGrath had fully regained at Base Hospital 115P. recovering ninety secretaries traveling wun m- - ture of St. Peter. Tne mosaic was '"." -- .year, Keystone comedians and "hicks. his health he came to Seattlo and slven of MACKIN COUNCIL. with th visions of the Army of Occupation. made in tho Vatican grounds by the1 from a wound received to the Much space Is devoted ? Albany i was assigned to the Cathedral parancient Mosaic factory of the VatI-d Division at Flovllle. police in the litle "alibi" ish. Twelve years ago Father McKeystone CATHOLIC ORPHAN SOCIETY. The can and Is a yard square. Monday evening Mackln Council featured" by an division book, and to further bolster up the Grath was named by Bishop O'Dea Ho was with tho T 'Mosaic has been valued at 140,000. when wounded. For the reThe Enter- - Installed President Anthony Mc- weak link Chief Lud Petty has to be pastor of St. Patrick's parish, The fourteen Trustees of the va- Gasparri, the Papal Sec- j?SE?i gCo3tM announced that Gulre and the hew officers for tho Cardinal mainder of his days he will wear begun a lecturing tour to convince Tacoma. f an ensuing year, a large attendanco an artificial leg. Crowe had been urpnan woeieiy met unaay auer - or hypnotize the public Into tho mu .rviison with two ivnn v along the line four months. J. L. at witnessing the ceremonies. Supreme belief that we have real police. OIIlcerVor modification of the Canon Law JSSerehor Hall for the benefits of President Robert T. OJurke and Rev. FRANIEFORT. Lenhardt was hit by fragments of thvSarfSltowS?11 aftornnnn the Chief aDDeared In compiled by Cardinal Gasparri, On th memDOra and their families. The Father Fallon made interesting an aerial bomb at Grandpre while full uniform at a mass meeting of rresiaeHt ueorge waper. coy lg bound in white parchment innmtfw nr .Tnmon Mn. talks and nolnted to the hrlzht U. Joseph Yagel, of supplies the Y. M. C. A. held in Macauley's Florida, who "arrived the New S. S. delivering was on to the Marines. - Laughlln. Chairman; Dennis Bocard, future of the counclly and what autographed dedlYork Lenhardt In an(J the firing line Theater, the only feature missing S6relryOBrIC8 T .cationc0ta,?,s a" Tho Jn,luH Moaerp to President Wilson. Herman Bettlnger. promises to bo a most suceewful being the Keystone police Jazr band last week with the Atlantic fleet one day when hit. Faulkner. foreign waters, Is weich. Charley Heriey ana year. Announcement was raaae It was during the first week In Corresponding Secretary John J. oineria '" reu ii(unr nun uemo mo being organized. Tho returning from days' furlough whleh Is Homage to wiiiiam Kaiser. with October that Director Fallen saw Cal?,!!1Z:-.jthat a meeting of the Social Club ' nhiflf told what wonderful work his spending a ten , Princeton University' irom .rieiro had been called for tomorrow morn.j , , jvinaneHU r. secretary Buwsru "Keystone boys were doing, and what his sisters, Mrs, Owen Canty and the necessity of a quick move from it v.n... ing at 10:30 o'clock. iiv,u. OURS GREAT NAVY wnuumi they were. Mrs, Butler Ahler, at Frankfort. Toul, and he picked Ste. Mene- Wthr!. to a terror President W"son thanked tno ;.V-irs- v The town ,TMf Many in the audience, .knowing or Mr. Yagel saw .the surrender of the hould for headquarters. PoD and Cardinal Gasparri ncartiiy Tn0 American navy Dr the awful orgy of robberies and German fleet, as his ship was in was dead as could be, and for two n. o8...!!' w ' C P Raffo the 5! for their gifts. After having con - h.oni vnasels. Includingwill number KENTUCKY. PRB36T PRESIDENT. fortv bat Adilral Hugh hours that night Fallen and his asgambling going on, chuckled out the harbor undercity. ' twenty, ra!nute3 tieshlpa and 329 destroyers, on July Tho Rev. Clarence J. Kearne, of of Inde- P.M. Monaghan represent the Right versed for almost sistant, L. V. Stanford, funny attempt Rodman, of that loud at' the Colonel's pendence, Kan., walked the da'rk Rev Denis O'Donoghue on the wim i'ope ueneuici mwr mo ie .i, 1330, accoramg to a statement ieDanon, R.y oecame tne tresiaent to fool so many at one time, witn-oAUTO REPAIR SHOP. slreets of the town trying to find board. The Catholic Orphan So- - ceptlon by the Pontiff President- prepared 1y Rear Admiral Griffin.' of Springhill College at Mobile, Ala., cracking a smile Chief Petty a. plaee to pass the night. Lights ciety has charge of St. Thomas' i Wilson presented to the Pope sev- .This aiemeat shows that when on Tuesday, when It was announced neither recognized Bald that he entourage, These Superior declared there were 354 aveGrimes announces th'j Thoma and Democrats or Republicans In police opening ofJ. an autemftblls repair were forbidden, and horns slept noise Orphanage for boys on Carter Vin-- eral membersH.ofMoras, Chief of the Jwar wasthe navy, while on Novem- -' that the General the Rev, of the ships In order had called - included W. Father of any kind taboo. They that nue and Nswburg road, and St. -- uniform and that he was endeavorj Prest ber r, ten days before hostilities Edward Cumatlags to New Orleans. ing to twke the police out of politics, ho at 421 Center street, John L. night in their bed rolls in what cent's, on Payne and Cavewood ave- - Amerlean Secret Service; the ' but 1m never explained that since Sullivan and James Hemphill being proved Ir. daylight to he an alley- inuss for girls. Tne society is dent's secretary for his tour, and ceases, there were 777, exclusive ot The new President of Sprlnghlll is , affiliated with the Louisville Social the clerks of his suite, comprising privately ownsd yachts and other t well 'known throughout the South, one Night Chief, eight joint partners. Thfr lrge follow- way, The town is in a splendid state 'Acentttaa nnd has been doing phe-- in all more than a doses indl- - vessels taken ever for patrol serv- - and is th youngest President of Stock hold sixteen LleuUnanUand ing of friends wiek thetri sueceie in any Jesuit collate la the world. of preservation, as the JJuns were nomennt work for several years past, viduals. Pope Benedict conversed iee. twelve Btnwti, ALL MWOC- - their venture. REPUBLICAN . r .Wi, & IRELAND SkJt. .v larger-enou- gh 4 Menc-houlc- i K. new-come- r, Of C. ci h, h, TWO BIG MEN h, Thirty-secon- d, rty-thir- d, Forty-secon- d. n. 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Bntcredatthe Loulivllle Poitolllca at Stcond.CUn Mtter stately thoroughfare IRISH AMERICAH, KENTUCKY Wt Breen St, Along the Tho passing crowd makes way, AMrHf ill Communication! to ths In reverence to the service flag St. Xavler's boasts today From out the school's wide portals Passed Youth's exultant crew To fight with the Immortals; One thousand ninety-tw319-32- Igy jgrmjsi -- A.3MDjEes:o-aL3?tfA KE.NTU6KY IRISH AMERICAN. coming events. ANNOUNCEMENT OF JOHN D. CARROLL OF NEW CASTLE CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR Subject The announcement of John D, Carroll, which has boon printed ln pamphlet form and will be widely distributed throughout the State, Is too long to be printed an a newspaper advertisement. It Is a useful papor and contains a full statement of his views on llvo public questions of interest to tho peoplo of tho State, supported by facts, figures and reasons. The following is merely a summary of tho subjects touched on In tho pamphlet. In his opening statement he says in answer to the suggestion that he has covered too many subjects and expressed too many opinions for a popular candidate, "that possibly that is so, but having the notion that a candidate should bo willing V To the Action of the Democratic Party brlbe-glvers 1 ( o. LOUISVILLE, KY., COUNTItY MOUKNS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1919 The heart leaps under tho present management for seventeen years. The Shelby Record Is recognized as one of tho most Mrs. Dalton has returned aggressive, outspoken and newsy from a Julia to relatives at visit weeklies in Kentucky. At all times fair and honest in its views, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blanford recognizing the fact that there will have from a visit to relaalways be a difference of opinion, tives returned at Springfield. Editor Shinnick never falls out Hon. Edward J. (McDermott arwith those who are at variance first with him if satisfied they are con- rived ahome the Georgia.of the week "PACTS." trip to from belief. Here's scientious in their wishing him and his another sevenThe Republican League has Miss Stella Buckley spent- last a pamphlet that makes a teen years of health and prosperity. week at Frankfort with her aunt, Mrs. Thomas J. Brlslan. startling showing. In a comparison HAVE A DUTY. of tho last year of the Democratic Miss Agnes Hardy has returned administration with the first year Martha (Moore Avery, of tho from an extended holiday visit Keystone regime of the present Boston School of Economy, points with relatives at Bardstown. figures are given that reveal the out that because it is quite impos Washington, Mrs. McQueen, of fact that there has been an alarm- sible to build materially or intelliD. C, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. ing Increase of crime under the gently without following a design, Martin Donahue, in Eastover. latter, without any explanation it surely Is necessary for iCatholics therefor. The figures arc there and to hold a clear view of what should Lieut. James P. McGee has been visiting at New Haven, the guest of expose tho camouflage work now In the reconstruction his cousin, Charles P. Bowling. be done being put over. period, after the war has estabMr. and Mrs. D. Turney, of Delished Since all ENGIiAND EXPOSED. troit, were here on a visit to right standards aro embraced in Louisville friends during' the The result of the elections in the dogmas and doctrines of the Ireland, which show a united front, church, it is encumbent upon us to Nally Bqrtrand Mr. and Mrs. k all proposals, dispel the argument of the English sift down to Hawere last week visitors politicians that the people of Erin In order to know what we may and ven, guests of Mr. and at New ClarMrs. can not get together on the ques- what wo may not sanction. Slncj ence Nally. tion of home rule. The Englisn to Catholics have been Intrusted the Mrs. Cora B. Corrlgan and daughpress and the Tory press In this unalterable standards of personal ter Kathryne, of 1334 Highland country: are now paving the way to and national morality, and since avenue aro now convalescent after slaughter and Imprison innocent we are now numerically equal to a .three weeks "illness. Irishmen by telling of bogus "Sinn leadership, we should play a great Misses Marie and Dora Conley part in furthering designs that shall Fein revolutions. at visitors were recent Sunday raise and maintain tho standard of Bardstown, tho guests of Misses family living to a point becoming Alice and Mary Crume. IIRING BOYS HO.ME. to the best and richest country in niece, Miss Kate Sullivan and The American peoplo can not the family of nations. Miss Eula George, have returned understand why American troops after a visit with James Sullivan are being used to fight in the brawl Many cases of hydrophobia have and family at Frankfort. between the Russian Bolshevlkl and broken out among the Guardians of the other conglomeration of Social- Liberty, Junior Order and the other Mr. and Mrs. James Thompson to ists and anarchists now in control A. P. A.'s since President Wilson will leave tho last of January winspend several months at their of that unhappy country. Some may called on the Pope. ter home at Ausprey, Fla. not agree with the Hearst press, but the move of those papers In ROOSEVELT'S VISIT TO ROME. yJames and Edward McGrath and to Notro (Oohn Dugan returned favor of bringing tho boys home The death of Roosey Dame Monday evening after spendBpeedily and giving them all six ing the holidays with their parents. months' pay Is mighty popular and velt recalls his visit to Rome In 1910, when he declined to call on tho best boosters of Hearst right Mrs. Russell Kehoe, of Brownsnow are the soldier boys coming the Pope because of the terms sub- ville, Texas, is visiting in Jefferson-vlllmitted by the Vatican. That year tho guest of her husband' home. J. a small group of fanatics In charge parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael of the Methodist College at Rome Kehoe. "PRESIDENT'S DD?FICmTIES. were conductnlg a most bitter atMr. and Mrs. John Astloy, of the tack on the Pope and using money Highlands, entertained with dinner President Wilson is receiving and .food to bribe Italians of the Monday evening in nonor or mr, iroyal receptions In Europe wher- poorer class to desert the Catholic or ever he appears. France and Eng- church. Thousands or dollars col- and Mrs. Edward F. Frless, Washington, D. C. lected for missionary purposes were land showered honors upon him and campaign, while this accompanied" hailed lilm as their deliverer. All spent In pointedvile out that the samo by Mrs. Llda Ackerman, It was (Miss her little this Is very gratifying. But it money could be put to better use in Dorsey Hines, granddaughter, weeK lert tlie past to heathen lands. When Roosevelt ar- for Florida, where they will spend would be even more gratifying Rome the Pope, through know that his peace programme has rived in Merry del Val, then Papal tho remainder of the winter. Cardinal been welcomed by tne Allies as a of State, laid ilown tne an A. Clegg Mr. practical basis for the negotiations condition that Mr. Roosevelt should nounce and Mrs. F. tne engagement oi men i to open at not visit the Methodist College are soon which daughter. Miss Lillian Marie Clegg, Rome If he desired to be receivd to M. Rodger Dongnerty. Tne wen Insofar as the President by Versailles. the Pope. Roosevelt refused to January 22 he has em- be bound by any condition ande-fuse- d ding will be solemnized Assumption. has spoken publicly at the Cathedral of the ployed only general terms that have to accept the restrictions. The the of But the test Is promoters Virginia Howard, been applauded. Miss Mary Roosevelt's yet to come. In defending his pol- crusade then utilized their cam- who spent the holidays with he" as capital In Howrefusal Chamber of paign, and then to appease the parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. S.Oxford, icy In the French to ard, returned Monday Deputies last week Premier Clemen-cea- u storm of indignation that went up Ohio, where she is attending Oxford tho world over College. spoke of President Wilson from Catholics Teddy cancelled his visit to tho having "arrived from America with Methodist College and left Rome In elevated thoughts." But he added a hurry. Last Saturday President T. H. C. Griswold, W. S. Heaton. F. Allen, A. S. Nichols and J. at once: Wilson met the situation In a man- C. Pritchett were among tho Louis"France was in an especially ner that pleased all. He accepted ville people seen In New York City It was the the Invitation ofin the Protestant last week mixing business with difficult situation. Rome to meet Episcopal church country nearest Germany. Americi all the Protestant bodies thero, re- pleasure. was far away and took her time to jecting the Invitation to visit tho the Miss Henrietta Bannon is come into tho war. England came Methodist College, and then he and guest of Miss Dorothy Klpllnger in called on the Pope. Omaha, Neb. Before returning to at once at the call of Asqulth. Wo Mrs. Wilson Louisville she will pay a short visit suffered and fought; our men wero FntST AND LAST. to Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bannon, of mowed down and our towns and Of the irreproachable "Boston" quality are nbw that cUy. It Is an historical fact of tho vlllagos wore destroyed. There 13 priced to save you from 52c to $3.02 on fall and the first officer Sergeant G. Boyd Chester, son of an old system of alliances called greatest Interest that ror America ia Mr, tin1 TTrn .Tnhn V. Chester, of to lay down his lire winter, 1918, styles. the 'balance of power.' It seems to the war now being settled and the gouth First street, returned Sunday Regiment. His be condemned nowadays, but If such last were both Catholics. The flret wjtn tne ;pirBt Don't buy shoes this week without first "lookWilliam T, Fltzsimmons. Drotner D. Edmund Sergeant a balance had preceded the war, If was Lieut. City, September r, ing in" at the Boston. ls ln ew York, but will England, the United States, France of Kansas Fxance,killed when a hospital Che3er , a few dayg 1917, in b home and Italy had agreed, saying that was bombed, and the last was. , ., y.Mui on- Father William Davltt. of Holyoke. nrmia whoever atacked one of them dinner on Sunday In the whole world, the war Mass.. killed November 11, 1918. the tortamed uuy me armiowua wsw uhjicu, honor of their cousins, Mr. and would not have occurred. This sysMrs, Edward F. Friese, of Washingalliances, which I do not tem of ir--t SMOKER AND SURFRISE. FOURTH AvSnUK' WT ton, D. C. Mrs. William Elden was by her renounce, will be my guiding assisted, ln entertaining The Entertainment Committee of mother, Mrs. J. Oonan. thought at the peace conference If tho Knights of Columbus are aryour confidence sends me there." ranging a smoker and surprise Edward F. Friese, who has been WBLTHNG If this means, anything It meatus party for the members next Wednes- here spending the holiday season HKPAHIIKG Export Attention On Itepalrs On All Makes of Cars and Great Britain have, day evening. T,he soldiers and sail with, friends and relatives, left that France SPECIALISTS ON FORD KHPAIRINQ oe this evening for Washington, D. C, already agreed on their ?eace pro- ors' danee' "by members win the Wednesdaywill remain here with her it(b wlf ot ehaneroned GO. & gramme and that this programme Queen's Daughters. The matinee '.as.v.M.w.a lira. .T rViaAdav. 2B21 Orif- - , mrvfha w. BRNB8T SMITH, Prop. tne nth avenue, until tne first or. Feuru- ia not that of President Wilson dance will be conducted oy T18 SOUTH SKVBNTH ST., LOUKVITiLB, ICY. BotJi Phones S0 acy. How far it differs and how far It Louisville Council o, The death of Col. Theodore former President of the United States and a leader among men, cast a pall of gloom over the entire country. Those who diffored with him In opinion recognized his honesty and sincerity of purpose, and while ho may have made mistakes they were those of the head and not the heart. All must admit that he served the American people well and was passionately devoted to tho welfare of the nation. The respect In which Col. Roosevelt wa3 held Is forcibly evidenced in the feeling expressions of regret of Pope Benedict, the foreign rulers, President Wilson, the clergy and Americans In every station of life. The feeling of many was voiced by Father John J. Curran, of Wllke-barrhis intimate priest friend, who said just before the funeral obsequies: "I came to pay a last tribute to one of the best men who ever lived." Roosevelt, up to view that sight At dawn or quiet even, agrees with tho pbllcy announced by The blue star victor In the fight, otfr President beforo going abroad Tho gold star Bhrined In heaven only tho discussions at the confer- The schoolroom of St. Xavier Sent forth no craven bands; But it now ence can dovelop. seems certain that President Wilson Each fought to be a Saviour Of tho oppressed lands. has his work cut out for him. The Allies will not easily give up the The throngs that pass on Broadway Have heard tho boy's great story, plans that lhavo been formed fightyears of war to victory. Tho flower of youth that day by ing four day America's weight won the war, but Fought for our country's glory Franco and Great Britain are not They lived In memories splendid. These lads St. Xavler's knew; disposed to forget that they did By love and prayer attended; most of the fighting. One thousand ninety-twElvira Miller Slaughter. MAKING THE KECOItD. o. Another successful year has passed for Editor Shinnick and the Shelby Record, which has been f 'society. g ed - world-freedo- bed-roc- " e, ho ls In favor of submitting an The Constitutional Convention, of a result of the unlawful use ot amendment to tho Constitution of which he was a member, bolioved money by candidates; and that the the State conferring suffrage upon that taxes should bo "uniform upon greatest enemies good government ln women and will vote for it. all property subject to taxation," and pur Stato has had are tho bribeso provided. But tho peoplo of the takers and the in pubState, after trying this scheme for lic olectlons." Education. Speaking of "The Corrupt Practice twenty-fiv- e years, becamo dissatisHo says "for many reasons I havo Act," ho says always been and am now devotedly fied with it and adopted an amend- step toward it ls "a long and fine preventing bribery in to tho common school sys- ment providing for tho classification elections because It attached limits tho sum tem. It Is a vital part of tho life of of property and the exemption of that tho candldato may certain classes from all local taxaepord, and tho State and I am heartily in favor tion. That in obedience to this vote the violation of tho act works a provision ample to secure of making offico to which tho to every child ln tho State an op- of the peoplo tho Legislature of the offender of tho have may been nominated enacted the present system unportunity to obtain at least a good Statowhich property der is classified and or elected." common school education. It is, I And "I am glad to say tho amount to pend a different rate imposed upon difthink, little short of a crimo a boy or girl out into the world ferent classes; and all intangible that a candldato for Governor may in as notes, manner, or indirectly without an education of somo kind. property,andsuch like, money, exempt directly shape or form,use for any or any tho made The boy who so soe3 finds the doors bonds purposo relating to or tending to every profitable employ- from local taxation. of almost promote his candidacy ls limited to In law ho 10,000. ment that furnished opportunity says commenting on this nowLegislaor, about ?S4 to the counit is for advancement and promotion ture made probable that tho badIn tho manner of ty. And it will at onco bo seen that mistakes closed to him, and is as ly, if not worse, crippled than ho classification as well as In tho rate the largo sum of $10,000 does not afford extravawould be if sent out to make his Imposed, but if so, theso mistakes gance. any opportunity for to Indeed, can each own living with one arm or oue leg." quentand should bo cured by subse- Democratic voter ono lotter would exhaust the legislation. "But the principle disThat illiteracy in the Stato is as alarming, and is of classification adopted by the peo- allowance. tressing as well "The provisions of this act I Inplo two years ago should not In my due, us he believes, entirely to wio judgment be changed until It has tend to strictly obscrvo according to falluro of children of school ycar3 letter ns to attend .school. "Tho illiterate boy been given a fair trial and unless Its doing will well as spirit, although necessarily deprive mo will almost suroly be an illiterate further experience has demonstrated so tho benefit of much legitimate letof man, as thero is llttlo hope of be- Us Injustice." ter writing and advertising that ginning the education of a boy after '' would bo helpful." "2 Labor. Hf a he has grown to be a man. On the On this subject ha says "I have other hand, the boy with somo education, little though it may be, will always been, am now, and will conTho Independent Vote. havo it when ho gets to bo a man, tinue to bo tho friend of labor In In reference this class of and in addition, the spurring in- every legitimate effort to belter liv- citizens ho saysto "Thero is in our the centive to get a better one." It ing conditions and to promote the State a largo and inmo r. therefore seems to stop "that tho only comfort and prosperity of the dependent vote composed mostly of future illitereftectivo place to I think my nttltudo on this men who aro nominally and naturalacy is in the child. That is tho place subject Is so well known that I need ly Democrats and would supwhere the vice must bo cured." says, not at this time or place say more." port tho candidates and like to policies of In view of this condition, ho efthat party, but they look behind the "every possible and practicable Law and Order. emblem to sto who ls thero and are fort ought to bo directed to the enIA this part of tho announcement forcement of tho compulsory school there is no uncertain tone. It de- Influenced moro by men than by party devices. Tho Democratic party laws of tho State, so that every child clares that bellevo that the su- if it desires to nominate within school years may be required premacy of"I tho law and the candidates who win must confidence have the to attend some school." preservation indis- of and can secure this independent of order aro pensable to tho peace and happiness vote Therefore I tako tho liberty of Ilo.id.4. of the people, tho safety of life and suggesting that Democrats should Ho save there is no sentiment con- the protection of property. Accord- take a careful survey of the field and nected with road building. It Is pure- ingly I hnvo always been a strong nominate that man whether It be ly a matter of poll advocate of tho speedy and vigorous myself application, und presents enforcement of tho law. I am em- country cr anotherthowho cah vote in n-sense largest in nnd city question that every county should phatically opposed to Bolshevism in tho November election." a In a largo measure settle for Itself. every shape and form, and all other JOHN D, CAnfIX. Newcastle. That tho subject of good roads is kinds of disorder or anorchy that Business Administration. expenslvo to state frankly hli position on mat' one or the most tho peoploand diffi- has or may have for Its purpose the of tho or overthrow by violent he "In its may cult problems deal with, and It can obstruction established government in "the Stato business aspect," to asays, ters of general Inrerest that ho may be HUe.ied big moans of State have to have to deal with I will do so, al- only be satisfactorily dealt with by county or State or nation, no matter business corporation tho voters bethough' this coureo may result In tho application of the mosz approved what name it may tako or by what ing tho stockholders, tho Legislature practical business methods. That society or organization It may bo tho Board of Directors and the Govlosing vne somo support." fostered or promoted. It is also my ernor tho president. And so the there should be thorough between State and county effort firm conviction that there is no room business of the State should be conr In road work if good results are to or place in this country for any flag ducted ns nearly as may be in the Liquor Question, Ho says ho willfvote for and sup- bo obtained from the expenditure of except one, and that one Is the samo economical and efficient manStars and Stripes." ner as the affairs of a largo and port tho amendment to tho Consti- Stato fundx. business concern." If Ho further says "I want ln this Agriculture. tution to prohibit 'the manufacture, connection to express my abhorence elected, he says, "I would devote all 'mob law, .is well as my my tlmo and attention to looking salo and transportation of spirituous, "The chief wealth of our State," of be sub- after vinous, malt or tthor intoxicating he says, "is found In Its agricultural gratification that thero will Novem- State. the business interests ot tho My ambition would be to principal oc- mitted to the votera at the land; farming liquors," and beljives it will and cupation of its is tho Living as I ber election an amendment to tho build up a good business, not a good people. should bo adoptl by a substantial ffo in a oounty and section of tho Constitution giving tho Legislature political, machine. Having this view, majority. That elected he "will State devoted almost exclusively to tho power to provldo for the removal I would not under any circumhonestly and ea: Jl stly use all could agricultural pursuits, it is but natu- t f 'any Sheriff, Jailer, Conatablo or stances or conditions that for or mate eiiorts t effective by ral that I should be keenly inter- peace officer for neglect of duty.' possibly arise be a candidate legislation the r as well as the ested in everything that affects the "I will vote for this amendment, accept the office of United States spirit of this ulmeut." prosperity of tho farmer. and if elected urge the Legislature Senator or any other, believing that "I might Eto re," ho says, "but welfare and get tho fullest re- to enact a law that will secure tho by pursuing this course I would betto La justice to v r ana in fairness That farmerstholr labor and land prompt removal from offico of any ter bo ablo to devote my wholo tlmo turns from to those Demo' of tho State who must keep up with tho progress that peace efficer who falls to protect a and attention to tho business affor several havo advocated marks the development of other prisoner who has been ai rested or fairs of the State with a freedom uno pr jn, I want to say great lines of industry." That ho fa- committed to hia custody.-- ' embarrassed by further ambition." aya been Jn ra- - vors putting tho State agricultural that I havo rary, rour years departments "on such a financial vor of It On Pardons. Where Candldato Lics. ago, and ev I was opposed basis as will erable them to render says In The apparently widespread noto it. JN'Ot. because I was to the farmers of tho Stato the most "Tho discussing this subject he State Constitution of tho not in favort jerance, but be- - efficient and practical service ln makes it the duty of tho Governor to tion that the section of tho State a candidate comes from has something cause I bell supDrcsaion or every way that will b3 helpful.' 'tako care that tho laws bo faithfully to do with his qualities quor traffic was regulation o: executed.' He also ha3 tho power 'to is. ho says, a mistake, "as is well a local matt tnat tho county Stnto Doht. remit fines and forfeitures, by thuclGctlon returns for, unit law waft1 iocs Just and sentences, grant reprieves and illustrated show thafGov. Stanley debt He s.ii'St the sUo- of 1915, which peaftSnt muasirt with tJ Vn V1U)VD "lit-6' ing my ilrst Rub is not alarmlniT. "hut the manner of pardons,' but it Is plainorto my mind from weetern Kentucky, received in UCSU p1hm lavish use tho State 4,130 moro votes than, creation and tho freedom with that tho inconsiderate Its lie offico ris ber ot tho Legls- - which It may bo enlarged are ob- of this power would result In tho ob Lieut. Gov. Black from Eastern mo when thero lature, and att" jectionable In the extreme, and this struction of the execution of the law Kentucky, and that In two of tho was no prorbii i sentiment in condition was altogether brought In place of promoting Its efficiency, thirty-on- e counties known as mounHenry r counto tho State, ot and so think tho issago of two about by the failure to the Legisla- should Ibo sparingly power to pardon tain counUes, tho voto was a tie beI secured t exercised, nnd tween them, In tho other twtnty-nlnobscrvo the tures of the Stato jttshed saloons laws which lo unty. including constitutional requirement that The executive clemency only granted Stanley got a majority over Black ln in parts of Help my homo towjM ow Castio vsee rjcnural Assembly shall provide by when it clearly appears that the twenty-tw- o of them. Whllo ln Westother ends of justice demand it." me 2, Pages 329, law an annual tax which, with to ern Kentucky In the same number of Acts of resources, shall be sufficient lf 757), because conditions were counties Stanle received a majority Nonpartisan Judiciary. the estimated expenses of the counties. over Black in twenty-fou- r such that theU jonlieepers could ftcal each for After paying a High Compliment controlled and Commonwealth not bo regulate, year to tho Integrity and freedom from Soldiers' Monument. thero was no re dy except to put Thnt liiorn nra only two remedies partisan bias of the judiciary of the them out of bu" 31. AS a C011F1Ssplendid After paying one is increased revenue, and the State, ho declares strongly for a non- Kentucky's part a in the latotribute to al option, I also ent advocate of war and expenses, inui m voted to maKe it home county dry other is decreasedthe annual revenue partisan Judiciary, to the end that tho valor of her soldiers, ho says: "there may not bo even a suspicion "Now that peaco has come, numbers when in 1900 th6 ncisuro was sub-i- s the present time to its expenses, of tho county of the State is equalwould be better that their judgment was warped by of our boys havo returned to their mltted to the vot and he believes it should be main- partisan feeling." und adopted." homes, others aro on their way, but debt that the Statopresent hy he was After Mating many of those who wont forth will standard for a tained ut its Nonpartisan Institutions. fluenced to chan ;9 his views, not come back. They gave their lives few years and until more favorable says Being of the opinion that all these and safety of their "It 13 also appail nt that those en- - conditions make advisable a tax that Institutions "should be honestly and for tho honor and aro now sleepand nation, gaged ln the ou wess to oe pro- - will gradually extinguish it, if such a absolutely divorced from partisan Statein foreign lands. ing necessary. hibited are recof llziiisr the result tax issays that tho State debt should politics," ho says that "when com"To perpetuate their nerolc deeds He that must lnevltaif y follow and aro not bo permitted to grow any larger, petent and faithful men can bo se- I want to seo the Stato of Kentucky, afo adjusting their aff Irs to conform to cured to administer tholr local apat on early day, erect in some with fairs, there is every reason why it:" and he reels s ro "that accept few and if elected inhe will "veto all and conspicuous placo in the excess of revenue, propriations m exceptions all clas ?s will changes should not bo made for State, a noble monument that will arto good grace tho niv conuitions thxt and devote his best efforts tho so partisan purposes and no reason why be enduring evidence of tho grateful State any range the fiscal affairs of are fast approacnins. removal should be made solely remembrance in which wo who are may that tho present indebtedness taxes. for political reasons." living hold, the names and memory bo retired without increass ln Woman ulTingc. of those who died.'' Fair Elections Corrupt Practice Aet. On this subjeef ho says that if 'Jho New Tax Law. Conclusion. Having always been an advocate the proposeu ai ondinent to tho United States is Concluding tho announcement is He says "There is consiaeraDie of fair election laws and honestly Constitution of ss. as it utmost dissatisfaction in various parts of the conducted utntr.tTiB.it 'l resnectfullv ask in adopted by Co elections, ho says "Our era will bo nottl- - Stato with the new system of tax general election laws Insofar as tho tho primary election the support of certainly wm d to do except for laws" upon the ground that "the conduct of elections ls concerned those Democrats who approve what ing for the SU ratify it, ana no now law does not operate equally are fair enough. Tho vice in the sys- 1 have said and who believe that If tho Legislatures; Ion by the Ken-Bwill favor this! and imposes heavier burdenH on tem has heretoforo consisted in thp nominated and elected I will nonest-l- y that If this some classes of property than fact that in many local elections tucliy Legislati endeavor to help put It into ef- Congress, others." ot pass much fraud has been practiced as ' fecttve form." amendment uo for-foltu- ro " wage-earne- mm hard-heade- d, commo- well-manag- legltl-iiak- e' Statc-wld- vote-gotttn- g com-mu- to - the-Sta- te " .' o 1881-2,- 1, de-fr- av I- fult-abl- Vi ut Rpm-rtnr- &$&QQQQ&$&fr$&&S eping-Ou- t BYRNE & SPEED COAL CO. INCORPORATED anti-Cathol- ic Oir Guthrie St. DID Spteii Wdc. NAME. VKll TOX. .Mi Mb WHKllt? FIIO.M. Sale "Taylor" "Harlan" "Pioneer" "Jellico"- .' .$5.90 $6.75 $7.10 MEN'S-WOMEN'S-CHILD- REN'S SHOES REPAIR '.$7.10 Western Ky. Black Beauty Straight Creek Wilton Mines DOMESTIC The Louisville COAL STEAM Says: Gas And Electric Company "PLEASE USE COAL.". WE HAVE THE COAL Plymouth (W. Va.) Lump ed .th Harlan (E. Ky.) Beech Creek (W. Ky.) $6.85 Ton $6.75 Ton $5.90 Ton These Are All Splendid Grades That We Can Recommend vv--.- ,r AUTO WELDING VOLKMAN & KERLIN Office 605 W. Market ft. Phones 689 fi3$BsnreroBY xxeiaua: ajvoceiI"E,3U!. RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS JOHN B. RATTERMAN Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colunis. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. KENTUCKY & INDIANA CANTEEN COKE STATION Mattresses, Blankets, etc. Cots. Bed Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Cutlery, Novelties. LAUNDRY AGENCY. NATIONAL HATTERS TOM TOLAKIS, Prop. FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 WEST MARKET STREET Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland West 1107a. TO THE DEMOCRATS! OF KENTUCKY MOST respectfully announce myself as a candidate for tho Democratic nomination In the pri mary of August. 1919, for the offlco of Superintendent of Public Instruction. I do this with a full realization of tho seriousness of tho responsibilities entailed and of tho extent of tho opportunity for service afforded by the position which I seek, and with assurance of my perfect readiness to ncqulesco not only with resignation, but with positive and aggrcsslvo support In whatever decision your judgment may dictate. KELIABLE 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-s- rs by accepting: only firms of known responsibility. THE SIGN OF QUAUTT Blghl'd 741S Dome Phoiia 2550 HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY D. D. S. DIVISION 3. 1818-182- I Louis A. Broring, 900-90- DENTIST 1 ' STARKS BUILDING." 825 W. Jefforson St., Louisville, Ky. Suits Pressed While You Walt. Hats Cleaned and Blocked While Home Phone City 1931 You Walt Soldiers' Uniforms ana Hats a Specialty. Work CalledFor and Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, Attention and Quality." Home Phone Shawnee 803 ffillOKIftS Th. Smokx, Or The, Hour. 0 Home, Portland. President Tim O'Leary. Vice President Walter Murphy. Financial Secretary John Brod erlck, 1850 Portland avenue. A. Recording Secretary John Martin. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. Sergcant-at-Arm- s Martin Sheo-nan. Sentinel Thomas Noone. First and third Fridays, Hibernian tho higher education deserves overy possible effort to be mado popular and accessible. As a graduato of a standard college, holding therefron tho degrees of Eachelor of Arts and Master of Arts, and as a former member of a college faculty, I am' keenly senslblo of tho Immeasurable' valuo of tho higher education, and, as your Superintendent, I shall use every effort to fostor tho institutions of higher learning and to emphasize the Importance of thetr work. edu W;IIILE it that elementary done. tho first and cation greatest work to bo Is In Is East 180 KENTUCKY LAUNDRY CO. Incorporated 014-02- yV. v JlfeF 2 PKOviDjEirx .sjmosu.roew Incorporated Was Organized by WeU-lmoOMtaeu to Make X, O AX 8 a rurnltare and OUier Ptrvezal V Property at X.OWJ9BT SA.XBS COLEMAN BUILDING E. COR. THIRD AND JHFFBRSON Both Phones 2880 peopse's Underbill St. Geo. Dearborn Manager Home Phono City 7638 HUNGER'S SAM I,. ROBERTSOR DIVISION 4. Meets second and fourth HENRY G08S CONTRACTOR FOR Guttering, Spouting Kooflng, ALL KINDS OP OONORETB WO Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted St. 1815 S. Twenty-sixt-h Asphalt Shingles a Specialty Louisville, Ky. Home Phone Shawnee 368 2011 W. Broadway, JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. SEE POOLEY FOR MONET. Headquarters for having regular inLoans to those comes or salary, with no publicity 01TY AND FARM PROPERTY to housekeepers or red tape. Loans security. anything In real See us about an their personal estate We sell, buy and rent. F. R. rOOLEY, 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Building, Room 1, Courier-JournHome Phono City 44b. 415 S. Fourth Stroot. al D. Meany. Bertrand Hall, Sixth street President John J. Barry. Vice President Mark J. Ryan. Recording Secretary Lawrenco Secretary Thomas J. John F. Burke. Patrick Con M. J. McDermott. Mondays. Langan. nelly. Financial Treasurer Scrgeant-at-Arm- s Sentinel RECENT DEATHS. the Barrett chapel with requiem mass at St. Agnes church. He was the son of tho late Robert and Mary Crawford and Is survived by four brothers and two sisters. For a long tlmo ho was employed at St. Vincent's Orphanage. Mrs. Margaret Jones, aged thirty-ninformerly of this city, died at her homo at Liberal, Kas. The remains were brought to the homo of her mother, Mrs. Barbara Enger, 2008 West Main street, and Tuesday morning the funeral took place from St. Anthony's church. Her husband, E. L. Jones, survives her. e, therefore respectfully submit for your consideration this statement. XASMUCK as It Is agreed that the greatest opportunities for Improvement of education In Ken tucky lie In the field If the rural schools, it follows thv an essential qualification of tho (fate Superln tendent Is an intlmatl knowledge of of tho work done by tho public schools Is such that tho qualifications, Ideals and policies of him who seeks tho distinguished position of leadership in tho State's educational system should bo subjected to your closest scrutiny and examination, I T I HE importance! The funeral of Robert Crawford was held yesterday morning from T. E. YANN DAIRY XD?ANY WM. P. BANNON CONTRACTING PLASTERER Incorporated. 508-51- SOUTH WENZEL ST. 0 Both Phones 4202 Brook and Bloom City 8380 Home City 2803 REPAIR WORK PLUMBING AND Cumb. S. 163- - "SOUTHERN SLICED STAR" BACON A SPECIALTY "All Ready for Your Griddle la the Morning" HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE JOUISVniLB PROVISION CO. Incorporated DEAD ANIMALS HIGHEST CASH FRED HORNUNG, JR. GAS FEETINa 712 West .Jefferson Street Lonlsvino, Ky. GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS Phone City 721; VEGETABLES, ALL KINDS FEED Call Home Cumb. Phone Main 721. A death that caused deep sorrow Home Phone Parkway 350 In the East End was that of Mrs. Rendering co. Cumb. Phone South 2255-- Y ary Connelly, fifty years old, beloved wife of Matt Connelly, which occurred Tuesday evening at the When In Louisville Store Your Car WUEST BROS. family home, 1414 Story avenue. at the Not only hero but In Nashville tho 9 3 9 3 G WEST HILL STREET KOERNER & STRADER GARAGE deceased had many friends. Her Manufacturers of Specialties, Us- - funeral took place from St. Jo Main or 110 W. Maiii 11C E. seph's church yesterday morning. eral Machine and Model Work Gas, Oil and Repairing, Washing Steel Stamping and Polishing a Specialty. With deep regret friends and Home Phono, City 6648 relatives received news of the death Home, City 3481. on Wednesday of Richard Scott night at his home, 740 South Pros-to- n ARTISTIC PRINTING OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI AND street. Deceased was thirty-tou- r KENTUCKY BIVER MNB " " years old- - and Ik survived by vtmom V1UAA0 m j.wk. n mo nr.A3 TWtrr.rM his wife, Catherine Sullivan Scott; J. S. JONES. Agent and a sister. The Give This Office Your Next Ordef four brothers funeral was hold Friday morning Fourth' and River, Louisville from St. Mary Magdalene church. 317 W. GREEN ST. City 946 City 416 Telephone Phones: Main 9214; Tho last solemn rites over tho remains of Lieut. Robert J. Barry took place Monday morning at St. by Philip Neri church, conducted Ackorman, after the Rev. JOxJ Thermold PL CI. t.50 Theso tires at all first guaraatMd which the Father were given mili..9 S.SS took, wltii 30x3 Thermold "VVs. CL. wrai and atrial samber at- tary burial remains National cemeIn the 10.95 tached. Thermold PL CL ( Thermold PL 8s. We solicit a call to Inspect oar steel tery, Cave Hill. 32x3 13.21 Capt. Barry was 13.JI at botb storM. 32x31 Thormoid Ms. Ss. year, and Is surIn his forty-fift- h PHONES Main Office Mrs. Cynthia vived by his wife, Louisvlllt Tire and Rubber Co, 160 B. FX7TX ST. Barry, for whom there Is sincere Main 1089 Retail Branch WS 8. XXXKD ST. Incorporated sympathj . PRICES PAH) J. E. SCHWARTZ Highland Park, Ky. Early Wednesday morning Mrs. Johanna (Kaolin, wife of Joseph 1212 West Breckinridge, Kaelln. passed peacefully Into heavenly rest, leaving many who mourn her death. She was fifty years old and was prepared for the final summons. Funeral services were held yesterday morning at Sacred Heart church. wfl&'SSBissssssssssssssa SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSsWiI'.lslSSSSBISSSSSSSB? THE ilsssKLflissLsssssssssfl louisville 4-- FIRST GUARANTEED STOCK. ........ LOUISVILLE mooxroRxrwD LARGEST IN THE SOUTH. KENTUCKY ! THE 44 Ask Any Oculist." them. 013 Fourth Avenue, Lonisvillo, Ky., Opposite Mary Anderson. 1t your boya an OPTICAL COMPANY aotto you can get only safe kind to wear. are the .Correct GLASSES are as Important as tho right medicine and WB make Tho best GLASSES prspar thtn for lift. tiurt will The sudden and unexpected death Sunday morning of Mrs. Elnora aged beloved Senn, wife of Frank P. Qenn, of the Central Consumers' Company, the result of heart disease,, was a painful shock to her wide circle of friends and acquaintances. She was a truly Christian woman, and by her denth the orphans and many poor people suffer the loss of a kindly and generous benefactor and St. Anthony's church one of Its most redevout members. Mrs. Senn sided at 2119 West Main street and Is survived by four daughters, MIsscb Mary, Elnora, Pauline and Angolm Senn, and two sqns, Frank J. and Henry L. Senn, to whom is of all extended tho sympathy place took Tho funeral classes. Tuesday morning from St. An thony's church with solemn requiem high mass, being the edifice thronged with those paying their finafl tribute of respect. on forty-eigh- t, A ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE Ky. 113 W. Broadway, loalsYilU, Conducted by the Xavert&n Brothers OPTOMETRIST, Classical, 'Scientific Buslneai and Courses, Preparatory Department, Lars uymna- SPECIALIST IN FITTING GLASSES Bwimming root, wen uquippco. slum. Terms moderate. lira Benjamin, lr. Twenty Years' Expcrieuce. Pri es Reasonable. JOHN P. BECKEI RETURNS FROM FRANCE. Dillon Mapother, who has been spending some time in France, where he was associated with tho Catholic War Activities Commission, has returned, and after spending a few days In Washington reached Louisville on Tuesday. MAOKIN SOCIATi CliUIJ. state. schools. This know! edge can be obtained only througl actual contact In an administratis capacity, with tho operations of the so schools which servo tho groat run.l population of tho State. In 1913 ilwas elected Superintendent of Christian county, ono of tho largest counties in Kentucky. In 1917 I was renominated for this position bf the Democratic party without opposition and elected without opposition! from tho Republican party, whicli Is generally the dominant party 111 this county by a majority of.from 1,200 to 1,400 and which was successful at this election. I feel that I nm justified in referring without opposition to this from either party a& an indorsement my administration pt the schools of in cnnstian countyi I havo tfRING this been forced r deal, cally and JXHJ, mui t..w jma rt hnit.lnr. -" "problems of atten conditions, of teacl quauncations and salaries, of co kses of study, of length of terms and the various oth- cr phases of schoo adminlstration. As a result of this jsxperlence, I am sure that 1 couia i&xe into mc of Stato Superintendent an appreciation of and at sympathy with tho problems of the county and city superintendent! that would make possible a sympathetic and Intelligent wth them. In addition to these activities of a nore concrete nature, it hits been my duty in and privilege to eng go constantlydithe Inspiration, stimulation and rection of the pfiipor sentiment among patrons, tea lers, pupils and the public generally, toward educathat tion, and I am entirely willingmeas-ii4- ii my success in thlrJeftort bo hv tho school buildings, tho teaching force and general educaprevailing In the tional conditions field of my labors. most lmnort" tt result of this observation Is experience my unshaf' faith in the cation as the virtue of public means by which 0 Cgreatcst splrlt- kutrial possibll- ual. cultural and to be r;si Id. With this Ities arc L'.Ion of public conception of thf elected, the education, I pro . I rr ft TT1V t ITort to place 1 before tne tho cause of e the most to people of Kontuii rn s, and to Of all O nnrtant subordinate eveiFnl jr considera- i Ireatest posst- tion to securlng-Jhble efficiency In L(j "Vchools of the the conditions and p roblems of such two Normal Schools. systom - of a educational would not bo comnlots without its Stato university. This institution makes accessible to. nil the people tho highest possible training in tne arts and sciences; makes itself felt in the cultural lifo of the Stato through its dissemination of knowledge, Its development 01 mo intellectual powera and Us elevation of ideals, and in tho eco- -i nomlc life and development through its training of the youth In the professions and in its applications of tho sciences to Industry. I shall therefore endeavor to contribute every aid possible to the growth and increased ability to servo our State University., This institution with its activities at Its seat and its extension work can) be made, with creator facilities, a still greator factor in the develop-- ! ment of the State's resources. general duties of the ofllco, I submit tho following specific alms, tho accomplishment of which I for shall, if nominated and elected, use) every individual and official power. most important factor lnj school Is tho teacher.) The most perfect of school; plants and courses of study aro, after) all, nothing but Instruments, the' successful use of which requires the1 skilled workman, a teacher of trained ability and clear and high vision. o To havo teachers of this typo Is only by tho payment of such as will competo with the salaries compensation gained in other professions of equal dignity and requirements. The constantly increasing cost of living and the Increasing opportunities for creator remunera tion In other lines of endeavor, havo caused such desertions from tho ranks of teachers that the shorlago Is growing acute and tho children, are 'Buffering. Tho remedy is not the1 appeal to the altruistic spirit of tho teacher, but tho payment of better salaries. I shall, therefore, for the sake of the children of Kentucky, seek to obtain for every public school position in tho State, a promptly paid salary that will make possible tho services of a qualified , teacher. high school, which is a part our public school system and often called tho "people's university," should bo strenglhonci and Its course of study made to correspond more nearly to tho needs of the people. In tho rural sections particularly, high schools should be established as to make high school more accessible to the education great masses of students. training of the teacher is of importance j .tin Tn.n, OjlAnl t that the most important units in a State's educational system. I therefore shall in every legltlmato and proper way. strive to Increase tho efficiency- - and extend the influence of tho State's PROMISING a faithfulofand tho all CHILE CAFETERIA Highland 1033 JOS. V. GROCERY WINES, SPANINGER 458 South Filth Stroot FOR GEO. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN MA. CO. AND SALOON, FINS LIQUORS, CIGARS THE 870 Baxter Avcane pos-slbl- HENRY SCHUH 1403 Seventh Stroot 3 East Main Street Choice Staplo and Fancy GROAutomobile Repairing, Engines, CERIES, Pumps, Elevators and General Ma- MARKET, MEAT and VEGETABLE Fino Teas and Coffees, chinery Repairs Promptly Attended Butter a Specialty. City" To. Home Phone City 1633. 2147; Cumb. South 1658-CHINE 781-78Hows-PhonY. F. BREITENSTEIN Phone City 2923; Residence 7108 CHARLES BALMIAIER GENERAL MERCHANDISE FOR SOLDIERS 230 East Market Stroot Between Brook and Floyd Soft Drinks, Candles, Cigars, AMT Tobacco. Tho Right Place for PLUMBING. OAR T?TTTTMfl SEWERAGE, Job Work A Specialty Right Prices. IIO.ME SPOT CANTEEN ARTHUR A. WILL BUILDER 2431 MONTGOMERY STREET I THE Home Phone Shawnee 1010 THE MERRY WILL CANTEEN OO. Coko Station, Camp Taylor, Ky. Everything for the Soldiers Cigars, Restaurant . FIRST CLASS SERVICE 4203 S. A 9132-- A Both P,honea 2406 FRANK A. OHLMANN 000 BIUTL1NOIB GO. East Franklin Street AND FRESH MEATS 967-- A Adolpb Rontlinger GROCERIES Cumb. Main FIRE INSURANOB TORNADO, LIABILITY AND PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRO 8TRHBT ENGRAVERS SOHLIOH ENGRAVING COMPANY ARTISTS. ENGRAVERS v Phone City 4131 BERNARD FENZ FOR YOUR GR0CERD3S EVERYTHING THE MARKET AFFORDS THE Promptness and Satisfaction 441 East St, Catherine ELECTROTYPERS 835 W. Mala St., Louisville, Ky. Home Phone City 6674 SOUTH Home Phone City 2846 ' RATn'S OAFE F. RATH, Proprietor 421 East Jefferson Street AUG. LOUISVnjLE SAVINGS AND DEPOSIT BANK Fourth and Central Atobco Three Per Cent. Paid on Rwhm. Deposits. A General Banking Business Transacted. f I I I I ; i M. J. BMN8H. PresMwt and MiMger. P. MKMM. JR., Vict Pmi. BaaB.y aj Tk. II J D a'.' ui-fl- co 315 Starka BoildinsS. Third Floor Fourth anil WalHBt. Phone City 1180. V SPECTACLES AND EYEGLASSES laWdmmiMJ H"t'I"H"i"t"H,f rcaig7Bg:' an PERFECT FITTING '" At a meeting of the Mackln Social Club last Sunday afternoon It was decided to Invite all soldier members of. Mackln Council to the reception dance to be held January 14. This dance Is to bo Mackln's social affairs are looked upon with much favor by tho best people of the western section of tho city. SERVING IN FRANCE. Thomas Coen, 513 North Twenty-fir- st street, this week received a and strictly Invitational. jf u l arrrrnBaai I SMOKE i TARPY'S Lady Dash 10c Little Lh 5c fBcst Cigars Made! Hopkinsville, Kentucky. letter from Frank J. Cunningham, (Advertisement, C forces In SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY France, where he has seen active service at the front. He writes XXOOXPQlLanUB that the French people are grateful and say that our country saved Fourth and Chestnut. France. Frenchmen were amazed C-O-- A-L at the way and rapidity with which the Americans had sent troops Place your order for across the sea after we Had become now. Big stock. LowestWax Candles prices. St. Lump a factor In the war. Secretary Cun QA Altar Laces in gold and white. Alb ningham figures that the K. of C. Funeral Directors men will be over there for another and Surplice Laces in great variety. We are now prepared to deliver coal 426 W.MARKCT year at least. He is in good health Religious articles, Sanctuary supplies. Embalmers. promptly to all parte of city. 3LOUISVIIXE,. KY, , and asks to be remembered to his Louisville friends. Tor several Rogers Church Goods Co. ST. BERNARD MINING CO. A complete line of FHraJtwe at iO years paet he ha been practicing priees tfet are always ike lowest. law in St. Louie. 12f S, FOURTH AVE. Satisfaa&eB gaarfuteed. Betk Pkesea (ItttpM) Com-mltt- Oculists' Prescriptions. now with the K. of is occurring1 a transition from an old to a now order of things; when an adjustment to a now environment is rapidly becoming necessary, the matter of public education deserves a more vigorous attention than ever before. The old order changeth, and the old education must. In many respects, also change. If the citizens of the new world, which is now In tho making, are to adjust themselves to their changed environment without friction and confusion, they must have greater efficiency In spirit, body and intellect, and must bo directed by new and higher conceptions of their responsibilities and duties. It is through the schools that these higher conceptions must bo developed, consequently, it la through a school system of greater efficiency and of partly redirected efforts and alms that the fruits of the victory recently won by our arms will be seoured and the world made finally and completely sate for Demporaey. AT. this particular time when proper sentiment with, reference to temperance and sobrletv would bo tho greatest against Intemperance and Itsbulwark! attend- ant evils. The instruction along the' lines of temperanco already so ef- -' fcctlvcly begun in tho schools will havo my sincere support Idea of a school system I cherish for Kentucky ind which I desire to help ta attain through my services as State Superintendent is thoroughly Democratic a system which shall provide for all tho children in tho cities, towns or country an equal opportunity for education. It includes for overy child a schoolhouse of attractiveness, sanitary and equipped for service and efficiency, presided over by a teache'r devoted, trained and Inspired; teaching a courso of study that meets tho requirements of tho child's present and future life; normal schools furnishing the type of teacher required; a university providing the true higher education Ini mately upon the home, and that tho strength of the homo depends largely upon tho ability of thai wives and mothers in what may be, called the mechanics of homo-makinI shall endeavor to bring about the teaching in every school of the State a nractlcal course in dnmnntin science, or home economics, in order that OUl cirls mnv nnnnvinto id. dignity, and become skillful in the art of IIE importance of agriculture certainly Justifies the teach- inc Of this snhlnnf In lh. schools of the State, and, If elected, I shall endeavor to encourage tho fullest possible attontion to the teaching of agriculturo In the helpful and practical manner most SHALL, stand for tho utilization, as far as possible, of every Fed- a" in vocational ouucatlon. SHALL aid, in every way possible, the removal of adult Illiteracy from Kentni-knni en deavor to prevent its development among the youth of the present gen-- 1 eratlou by throwlntr nrnun.i ...t, school and community such Influences as will guarantee larger attendance anl from a much 'vhlch Illiteracy cannot hide. SHALL favor the continuation and extension of tho work of health and sanitation through the schools, to thonl that our peo- " ao cniignienca anil i'i" trained as to protect themselves ngulnst preventable and contaploin diseases. inculcation In the minds of youth of tho land of a high g, homo-making. RECOGNIZING that tho strength deponds ulti- jP. BANNON PIPE CO. Sewer and Calvert Pipe, Baanea's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steaa CeadaUs, IWall Coping", Draia Tile, Vitrified IricR, Fire Proofing, Fine Lining", Fire Bricll Grate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tops. OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN 307, nth YT nnd Breckinridge and Ninth and Magnolia. 573-178JKK9-Thirtee- 1! J 2 T I I "' J Liberty togHa)as;1 Insurance Bank TEMPORARY QUARTERS SOUTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND MAIN. Hundreds are joining our War Saviaes Club. One dollar's "As Near to You f worth of Blue Ribbon Garden Seed free with every new ieposit of $1.00 or more. Club limited to 1,000 members. savings u the Nutest Phos" "n Till: and COAL WEST VIRGINIA MINE RUN COMES BY RIVER Kxcellent furnace and steam coal. FUNERAL A A FLOWERS Special Spray $3.00 Special Wreath $5.0f WCOfepO tKwlMmm THE HT i moms, mop fourth Avrnor We telegraph Flowers (rotaumt iL$kS louirvfO DUGAN COAL CO. SECOND AN1 IUVKK Main G04-A Everywhere FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING V. W. WANTED! WOBXEBSl TRAINED SOCTAX Settlements and community centers: case work; clinics, recreation, surveyB. For reconstruction work among' soldiers and their families and among war workers. Salaries equivalent to those customarily paid by social welfare agencies. Applicants please send reference from pastor, school and employer, and state In detail social ser-vischooling' and professional field experience. Address: Hev. John M. Cooper, Secretary on Woman's Activities National Cathollo War Council, 930 Fourteenth St., N. w., wasnington, u. y. co Carrier Fsurth and Jefferson work for the ' I sO tnis ideal is myattainment and of deslro 1 ambition. Respectfully rufciKTK: submitted, . L. E. FOSTER, JtejZf o CORNS,BUN!ONS bW l Cand!esmasDayIsFeb.2 BOSSES SON lernard t and AVNUB HrlP i--c nL Dr. Uriah Z. Lksty Ckiresedfat Siarka Bailfea Both 007 92. Fbea: BrcarTJOBrxr xbmxi DAILY OR NIGHTLY STREET SCENE IN LOUISVILLE. Aakra&RiOASiT. HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. y County President John H. installed the officers of Division 3 last Friday evening. Tho (Ladles' Auxiliary of Los Angeles Is being strengthened by the admission of numbers of new Heu-nessmom-bora. This Is a Reliable Clothing Store. THERE IS NO BETTER INVESTMENT THAN i Z H0IKt8lt)mtgfr$M Herman Straus POUflTM AVCWJC 'eh an' o'clock all1! well. Demosthenes - ? v 1 n ( ypz. .SFNENi " I I X lb . iNCowo&Areo sons m I MARKET STRteT . ii Ok 111 We dive and Redeem Qold Trading Stamps. IHRERNIANS. - GOOD CLOTHES. Now that the war is ended, many people are wondering what is going to happen to Men's Clothing prices. Five million soldiers are gradually changing from their uniforms to civilian clothes. We can see nothing on the horizon of the near future that indicates lower prices. Our prices are fully 30 per cent, under wholesale prices of today. Buy now, and buy with confidence that you have made a good investment. All that we have left are being sold at less than the cost of the material alone. UNIFORMS Cunning, Lewis & Brotzgcj CLOTHING SPECIALISTS NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON i Inter-Southe- rn Life Insurance Co. JAMES R. DUFFIN, President. IOTJISVTLIiE, IOf. d, medium-sizeWhy not tako an agency for a conservatively managed, treatment of agents and clean, progressive company, whoso policyholders and whoso standing and courtesies with all of the very Americas Lifo Insurance Companies give it a position of tho highest rank? CAPITAL, RESERVE AND SURPLUS FOR PROTECTION OF POLICYHOLDERS MORE THAN $4,500,000 Deposit with tho State of Kentucky under the Compulsory Deposit Law moro than $4,600,000. Excess deposit over all requirements $1,000,000, or 20 por cent, moro than tho law requires. bo good, clean agency contracts with renewal commissions, E'er own have an independ-ethat yeu may build up a business of your Office and the Company. of permanent income, address the Home INTER-SOUTHER- N at LIFE INSURANCE CO. LOUISVILLE, . KY. Mtilloy's New Blend Coffee 2 LeiB0BiBiBayBF BeHsssef a oezTxa tkxt zs QUAXTTT. For 75c aareww res xxs xxxn cm JOHN M. MXJIIvOY Importer K. X. A. aia w. atuuoss vr. s,9xtxwtjlui, jet. Return thl advertisement with remittance ana we will bip Coffee t7 Parcel Pot, ell charrea prepaid. ana Roaster of High Grade Coffee, Sold Direct to Conjumer. NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE Fifth and Market Capital and Surplu- s- $1,700,000 Three Per Cent. Interest Paid Oor. Oh Timo Deposits HHmLoK--RMw9f- m ITlMffliiirPvirWtf- - Jamea B. Brown President Henry J. AngermeIe-r..Vic.Vice President James J. Hayea .Vice President C. M. S. Hebel Cashier John S. Akors Oscar A. BIwte.......J.s8t. Cashier A.set. Casller A. P. Ramser i John M. Rollly, the retiring President of Division 3, promised to keep in harness as One of the workers. In Denver soven priests were In itiated into tho Ancient Order and about 100 candidates received the degrees. This is a semi-annuevent with us an opportuDivision 4 will have a little reception and musicale In connection nity for you that comes but once each season. You with its installation of officers Mon really can't afford to miss it. day evening. , ' San 'Francisco Hibernians will convene tomorrow and begin arI rangements for tho coming St. Patfrom bvn Ht P 'SSL' rick's day celebration. James J. McTlghe, Tom Langan butyc3eJij and Lawrence Meany are 'arranging the programme for Monday night's meeting of Division 4. Tho dancing party of Ladles Aux iliary 3 of Minneapolis In honor of their soldier friends was a largely attended and happy affair. Col. Petty's Keystone Police of the Reform Division 2 of Syracuse leads In in their regular stunt of "Asleep at tilt Switch." games. Its the series of "forty-flvo- " team took eight games from tho men of Holy Rosary parish. Tho State Department Without knowledged receipt of tho has ac Rationing of Gas in Good appeal from Indiana urging American in tervention In the Interest of freeCausing Any One dom for Ireland. Tho New York County Board ' bo regretted The gas situation in this city that has sent an appeal to President It is muc ,i i, considerably dis- there Is not' butrli caa to rn ii!it.n has again been associated dele- turbed. Tho cold wave which around cold t ther. It is a dCtrl- - ' entpa tn thn Ponrn HnnfnrMirn. nat. WhO deSlrO passed over the city a few days ment to tho' mOrO ln. ihnt fhav tirm tha tuatlin nt mere tfae kOSM Where work U oicMy alter the first o the year brought natural gas t h theycan got. It the claims of Ireland. brightest; dose; the temperature down to only a Is a loss to tl ..faam??ny.,.ie Division 2 of Indianapolis had an ITfeere tfae work Where cooking few degrees above zero, and greatly cause It keep; impressive installation of officers Ilsbteot; ,, real tun; Increased the demand ot gas for and makes it less efficient servant muuuaj 0 iv JaagJlMTBjt .uihiii oiaiu xicomuub Wfcere tfae maha n.iHA V. heating. The hoavy rains which than would seel Where baldsr slrea Ae Deery and Maurice Donnelly, now have prevailed of late havo caused It Is also the cause of many agcooked light; "" " "" " "" v- - "Here tfaebeet; vtaada rivers to overflow and to stop tho irravntlons and dlanutes In other re- -. range Where drudge la el in nnlnl .,ent ana MHVOrea addresses. operation of several compressors or snfirta. Prnm H,a faul tfae test eight Soldier boys In uniform wero pro- gas pumping stations, thereby re- however, it aDi ears to bo clear that That'a where the That's where the ducing the supply of gas. The net on the colder days In these parta dominant at tho party given for "QHlck Meal' b the Ladles Auxiliary at "Quick Heal" result of all this was a serious of the country enough gas for all JJ1 la. shortage of gas during the coldest purposes will i ever again be avail- - Kortla?.V o .1.. They .ontor??t. nt0 the evening with days. t able, at least 'for any considerable tJ?e spirit Quick Meal Gaa Sold. Installed nnd Highly Raaoamud that was of time. At any rato this PInets.a an,d enthusiasm Thogas franchise in this city calls, for twelve million cubic feet is the conclusion reached In most.0.!?1, notIn5 215 A Division 2 of Syracuse had a Tig j..a--, -, of gas per day. This Is sufficient technical and financial reports upon ..vji. W. MARKET ST. .Monday, when officers were to meet the demand for gas in this the subject as well as by general flsn installed and tho Rev. Father city until the temperature falls to experience in these matters. ft something like 10 degrees below The suggestions convoyed by all Sharkey, who so ably presonted tho "! ' freezing. Since tho war stopped the this aro that Ithese parts of tho Irish question before tho Congros-countr- y are facing a permanent sionol. committee in Washington, Gas Company has also been in position to obtain as much gas as the natural gas shortage, and that' this gave A lecture. . franchise calls for, whenever this Is a situation Which should bo met SURPRISE FOR FRIENDS. much was needed, except for a few by constructive! rather than by de- days during the recent cold spell, structive measures. SInco natural just been 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, when the dally supply from the gas gas Is a scarce as well as a valuable Announcement has fields fell considerably below this resourco it should be used In as made of the quiet marriage of Miss '' Alargaret B. Duffy to O. H. Fox on figure. economical a ttltnner as possible. a Among other thmgs steps should be November 14, 1918, the Rev. i circumstances Under these Bhortago of gas was inevitable. la taken to prevevx it from being Michael Halpln, of St. Augustine's order to minimize tho serious effect wasted. In order that the remain-)- 1 church in Jeffersonvllle, performing of this shortage, and conserve tho ing natural gas supply may be the ceremony. Miss Edna. Ford and available gas supply for Its most made to last as long as possible it' i Bennett II. Young were attendants. I Climb. Main 2D9S-- a Important purposes, ltfecame nec- should also ms Regularly sauced with , City essary to put into eeffct the ration manufactured gas. In the mean-- 1 HELPINQ THE ORPHANS. 'M MM t HM! ing order of the United States Fuel" time natural x&a should be used purposes' Administration, which limits the for the most Important St. Cecilia's Branch of the Cathuse of gas for heating during only. Unless nBasurea of this kind olic Orphan Society is preparing for periods of gas shortage to 1,000 are adopted It Is also certain that,1 a most interesting entertainment on k " HOME PHONE 88 cubic feet per day per customer. CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971.y the existing wwte of natural gas the afternoon and evening of JanuThis order was therefore put into will continue, aKl that only a frac- ary 21, to take place in St. Cecllla'3 effect last Saturday morning and tion of the. valie of this valuable Hall, the proceeds to bo for tho remained In effect until the follow resource will bl properly utilized. benefit of tho orphans. Features ing Monday. It was also complied Tho main lesson to be drawn will bo euchre, lotto and tho turkey with to such an extent as to bring from tho rationing order as applied distribution. Members of the Thoso thus far is that under it, in cold branch hope for a large attendanco about the desired results. who ordinarily use gas on a largo weather, IV Is feaslly possible to so and assuro all a pleasant time. scalo for heating so reduced their adjust tho usq of gas that at demand for 3uch gas that the Gas least 98 per cent, of the customers BISHOP HEELAN. Company Was able to furnish prac will have all the gas they need fot tically all the gas that was needed cooKing ana neating witnout at tno Rov Edward Heelan, of tho for moderate same time causing tho remaining 2'Sacrea Heart parish, Fort Dodge, for cooking and per ceni. or xne customers mucn u Iowa( who has Doen named Aux-an- y amounts of heating. An order Illary t0 Rlght Rev- - Bishop Garrl- real inconvenience. Tho rationing order in fact worked well. Its application pre- Of this nature Which WOrkS OUt as Urn n r,t Rln.i-- r.Uv hoa nlwnva horn -- - ..-., be recognized ag ono ' of the most popular priests In vented serious suffering in this well as this r city. It also did this without good and In ne with proper prac- the diocese. Father Heelan was greatly inconveniencing any one. tice. This mist certainly be held born In Ireland and Is about fifty The large users of gas for heating to be the cass since tho situation years of age. Ho was ordained at deserve great credit for the manner is such that Ui tho absence of this All Hallows' College, Dublin, for cent, of the, cus the archdiocese of Dubuque, and on and the spirit In which they as- order fully 98 AL. S. SMITH, PROP. sisted In relieving the situation. tomers would have had to suffer coming to this country served first on their all the Inconvenience that arise as assistant nt the Cathedral and Without such part It would havo been Impossible from the lackl of sufficient gas for Chancellor of the archdiocese. to furnish all the gas that was the most necelsary of purposes, or Twenty-on- e years ago ho was apneeded for even the most necessary for cooking awl even small amounts pointed to found tho Sacred Heart purposes. of heating. parish at Fort Dodge and has continued as Us pastor ever since. Ho BOTH PHONES 810. Is in the prime of his physical and Louisville Gas mental powers and will be a valuable assistant to tho revered head of SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE ST S. PrtMlent. By Halford Erlckson, Vice tho diocese of Sioux City. tmMMlM JJffllKnSyi g' Resulted JANUARY CLEARANCE al iiiAr. Suits Coats Waists Men's Shirts tavice Wool and Cotton. Mixed Blankets! Serious Incftvenience. Where the QuicK Meal Comes In et aa(ig44; nnu n-..- ... !.- - "". ) hap-leng- th frPHPD a x Raaa QfYW kjFn, oh DOUGHERTY & McELLIOm Funeral Directors and Embaimers BOTH JPHOIJEC, -- ''llM'' '. '. IHlHmt VVWWWtVVV.VVVIVWWtWWWMW J. J. BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. S1212 .. r .- -, -.- 1 GRAN W. SMITH'S SON Director eeKiaetoewg(HeSi'HSei and Embalmer Bast JMCciln jareei:. VMVVVVVVVVV1 ftr Funeral I and Electric Company. ed f Attend The Y. M. C A. SCHOOLS Third and Broadway. Practical Courses Expert Teachers Low Cost Winter Session Opening Now. THOMAS KEENAN 1529 WEST MARKET STREET' ..XJNrJrSJEfcAOLV DIRECTOR.. DIRECTOR LOUISVJLLE, KY. CHAS. H. BODEN FUNERAL 961 S. SECOND ST, HARVEY-JELL1C0 COAL CO, (INCORFORATID) QTJAioraPY DISTRIBUTORS OF THE eeEmv:i:o:E High Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coal S6.65 PER TON. Place your next order with us. Terms cash. FIVE YEAItS LATE. luished Sorvlco Cross bravery under Are. City 2360. for conspic Main 23S0-Tho tlnfo has gone by to speak IK. C, Major Gen, It was of homo rule for Ireland. Tho elecDullard, wi Inade the famous re- - tions there, showing a sweeping ply to the inch order to retreat Late News That Will Interest at Chateau rry: "The American v,,ct0F f?rJ,th s,n Fen pa,rt.y- ,. 1...1, .., ciBitny luuicuie .ir iuii wuiyiuiu flag never Members Here and Else- - , would never. Understand any order , ed by Ireland Itself. The Nationalist where. other than, to go ahead!' party which was the homo rule party returned only seven memTRANSFER FOR. SISTERS. bers to Parliament, while tho Sinn Preparations aro being made for 9 E. CHESTNUT LOUISVILLE, KY. seventy-threWe Felnors elected -, a big initiation next month at ancis Xavler.; for manv Mother u omu ai ,.. rum " UUUBl.uu wuomoi mo t. Ore, Portland, Weal is practical at this time; but THZ PHIL. HOLLXNBAOH OO HOLLBNBACn'S WINS HOUSS .., . . The council at Auburn. N. Y Shepherd Convent at Eighth street 4,. closed tho year with tho Initiation here, but who for the past five years ,iPOinr,i ror if Anv nrnmtapa or INeORPOKATBD' has been Superior at the Grand homo mle are now flvo year8 out of Karl A. Holienbach, Prop. ot fifty new members. Rapids convent, has been trans- - date. La., fwenty-eigAt Opelousa, .ml IflT n r rn.rn.tm .' DleUUen Or Importer and Dealer In canaidates were aumutett on tno nFrfl1 ',w "" """ aa tllrt "a was Mot" Conipassion, whoi1""" last Sunday of the year. HOPE IT'S TRUE. SuPerlo,r at Detroit, but who is Just Oh rORTUNA SOUR MASM AND LIQUORS WINES erit1nrainS?-LittlCehaan?pton- : " "JBOLllgNBAOH" PURS RTX dispatch from Washington C,nC,nat, to In adally press Tom Wallace says sae W. Mala St. 144 South Third Street tho Market Drayton and Invergordon. LevtertUe, K MotterT It seems not at all improbable that Home Phone 1191, A big class will be Initiated at when Representative Swagar Sher-le-y Omaha this month, after which the jnSSION ENDS TONIGnT. goes out of office as a member initiation fee will be advanced to he will be $25 r ot Congres3 March 4 appointment IgSJ &&. Pred a Presidential The Knfghts of San Mateo, Cal.. have Petitioned President Wilson to opened a mission for whichP wll be soldiers present tho claims of Ireland at the 8tatloned at Camp Knoxthe the for- - freeS In Ssvlllo under a bill Conference. Peace mcr st. Patrick's church at Stlth- - whlriThia rmWd B At the annual meeting of the ton. now the Knights of Columbus Z ? iLPJ52i l g L New York County Board John Mc- - 'Auditorium. mfi Father Reddy! 1, Adam, of Division 17, was elected been assisted by Chaplain to The office held for life. It pnuv p.iHSn i ti.i Tuesday evening California 'predated by the soldiers, who have 7a kSown that Coneressn?an Next of San Francisco ' will be attended Jhe mission exercises in eVKWfi to riad S MIto ?n by tho presence of Most .large numbers. The mission will tuekv if do rmiM without come to a solemn close tomorrow Rev. Arcbbldhop Hanna. r .?. nh n ? w " T . n.--T hODtnaral nr tha Uovial. hanoiHfi. . ... t UUUv.u.wii " ijvpuiy Lininia uuu sian "- opportunities which have come to will confer thn third Acerptt on a . UOa. him by reason of his prominence in class of 125 at Utlca, N. Y.,on the ftonercsa. and It in hellnvArl that Hn WEOL DRAW SALT. evening of January 13, would accent service uoon iha Fed- One sometimes puts too much salt eral bench In Louisville. It is un-I- n Everywhere the American soldiers food while cooking It. To re- - derstood that the Secretary ot War are quick to find the K. of C. buildings, where everybody, has been move the salt place a wet cloth has offered him a mission to Eur- over the top of the veeael in which ope, but this service would be welcome and everything free Father O'Reilly, who was one of the feod In eooking aad the steam temporary, should he accept It. and the leading K. of C. chaplain en wlM dMW the salt late the wet .would not Interfere with acceptance! I of the Judgeship. the Weetern front, hae been award- - cloth. KNIGHTS (IF RflMIRIIS the DIs eoegee8iaeaBta)e Y. Funeral Director and Embalmer L. T3. BAX .tn Ft I nr.l.. MM r.j e. 717-71- !.- i- tij ti.. ... ht . "" "" T X A3 Va J hAfZi! . 'p.nfX I uj ", S'lSi? ", .? BE SURE TO CALL FOR 'Si McRENNA Shef-Councll e Ken-honor- ed aie x. .- 1 WHISKY, T IS ALWAYS PURE, H MeKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky I j