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LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1919. two of tho negroe .wero fined $5 and THE FINES SUSPENDED. Harper was movedt off tho beat, showing that Mr. C&eeley heard tho call from his colored friend Hurley. End of first reel, j Seven months olapso and our hero Black Hawk, a Indlaa, appears on tbo sceno after bootleggers and raids Hurley Pope's If Chief Black Hawk hadn't been a. simple honest Rod Man ho might Understand. He went to police headquarters Saturday night and suggested the unheard of thing. Oh, horrors! The unsophisticated Sioux from tho plains suggested raiding tho placa of Hurley Pope. He, suggested raiding the saloon within a radius of a half a milo of wn(ch twenty persons have been killed in a year and Jfcf 100 robbed. Of course no oftJcer was sent with him. Mr. Indian explained that he believed ijJlto be a hangout of bootleggers who were soiling liquor to soldiers fed workmen at Camp Knox. Thosii in the rendezvous apparently knejw Mr. Indian an authorized officer of tho law was on his way. lo nad hardly entered tho place w len he was fired upon. He says th; t at least TEN full-blood- ed SERVICE PHONE: OH MAIN Louisville Kvery Driver an Uscort. Cirrlaje & Taxlcab Co. Incorporated VOLUME XLII.-N- O. PRICE FIVE CENTS. AMERICANS Havo Always Sympathized With Tcoplcs Struggling to Be Free. - IRELAND Fear That Britain May Try Suppress tho Sinn Fein League. to If Anv Sublect European Nation Has Tliat Right It Is Ireland. Dublin Report Sajs War Would Follow a Campaign of Repression. Must Stand Fast in Support High Ideals of Liberty For All. of Constitution of Irish Republic Hal Yet to BO Drafted and Ratified. JUSTICE COnALAN'S PLEADING. WILSON INVITKD TO CORK. - Justice Cohalan, of the Now York NEGROES DREWA REVOLVERS. Supreme Court, ia right in saying: The Corporation of tho City of The first statomenrJTmade by police Cork has voted tho freedom of the In spite of martial law and of a city to President Wilson "as a and witnesses substantiates large English army of occupation, this. Hurley Pope and th; negroes of tho mark of appreciation of the high and without any bloodshed, the resort wero soon ,"in consultation principles enunciated for a settlepeople of Ireland by more than a with the police. Now instead of p. ment of tho world peaco." vote have broken down shooting bee which bounded like a The document cabled from Lonand destroyed the old political maBEATEN GERMAN ARMY ON THEIR WAY HOME. GODMOTHER OF U. S. AMBULANCE SERVICE. pack of going off, the don and published chine which had controlled the Fragment Of the worn and beatnn fjprmnn nrmv utrnrrclln-- r "constitution of the Saturday as the Mile. Madelon, asserted to be barmaid heroine of famous French statement Is given Bout that country tor more than a generaIrish the a border French village on their way home. Photo shows tho is in reality the political republic" She acted tho part of "godmother" to only man firing was the Indian. To through condition of platform tion and have declared more un- marching song, "Madelon." ragged tho men and the careless way they carry their adopted by tho Sinn Fein convention camp of U. S. army ambulance service somewhere in France. make this certain tliey say he even guns. equivocally and decisively than did base In October, 1917, Diarmuld Lynch, shot ttfp man ho took with him to the people of America before the point out the bootlegger. National Secretary of the Friends Revolution their intention of govIf the British Government is "wise erning themselves without permls-- . it will abandon Its rulo of Ireland Imaginoa crackphot like Black picture show, the soldier's school, the of Irish Freedom, declared in a Hawk, who was with Buffalo Bill sion or hindrance from any foreign by force and cultivate an alliance soldier's church, tho soldier's store. statement issued in New York. power. America has always sympa- based upon gratitude, ' proximity, and can hit a silver quarter pitched In trying to carry out this Incongru- "The Irish people at the recent genIn the air, deliberately going to a thized with peoples who are strug- mutual welfare and abovo all upon ous programmo there has been almost eral election overwhelmingly deplace and opening 'fire on someone gling to bo free. Never was there the firm foundation of justice and a riot of wastefulness. Men havo clared In favor of that platform," greater reason for such sympathy righteousness, ten feet away and jhlttlng a man been employed on ample salaries tho statement said, "but the constiwithout which than now, when the making of a foundation no government is over Predict Dark Future For Senrcv anil standing in back if him. That simply to amuse soldiers, when sol- tution of the Irish republic has to maybe in tho by the linjs just and permanent peace depends peiiuuuBui, nu peaco ever secure, no of Keystone To a Distressing Extent Has Broken diers can get up moro fun among be drafted and ratified upon doing justice to all peoples, eumco or power ever enduring. By shooting but not "rer Chief Black Marshall as Percy Haly's themselves than any other equal Feis, or National Assembly, of IreDown Overseas Charges Hawk. Chief BlarkiHawk is guilty and to none more than to the peo- the measuro of justice that Is meted number of men in tho world. There land, composed of the elected repCandidate. ple of Ireland, who have onco again out to Ireland will be measured in Minister. of a serious offcus&v He has comare Secretaries for physical culture, resentatives of tho people. This asso decisively and so impressively large part tho sincerity, the rectimitted a sacrilege 'fey saying that whero tho army discipline is tho sembly, as far as wo in America ahown their intention and determin- tude and the results of tho profesHurley Pope had fftblg card game finest culture in the world. Relig- know, has not yet been convened." going on. He saldwhe game went Tho Dublin Corporation, at a speation to be free. The world is sions and purposes of England in Board ion has been mixed in with theaters, of Flro Underwriters om- - on before and aftar, the shooting. hoping and praying for such a this gigantic conflict. If overy peoMonths Ago Began Receiving Seri "jazz" music and stunts, until re- cial meotlng last Friday, appointed peace, and England will have no plo in the world, great or small, Tho police did notamolest it. At ligious sentiment has been diluted the Lord Mayor and several of its daily Rate Near Mayor's ous Complaints Through greater statesman or friend than strong or weak, is not safo to llvo tention, Men's Fedtratlon! THEY down to nothing. Monkeys are not members to go to Paris to present Firemen. the one who will commit her to its own national llfo In its own DID NOT ARRES' ANY OF THE needed around a prayer meeting, tho freedom of tho city to PresiSoldier Letters. such a peace and turn the enmity way and according to its own deARMED NEGROE $ jo one was and when the commercial spirit be- dent Wilson there, and on Saturday and hostility felt to her In so many sire, then the pledges arrested but Chief feck Hawk and gins to graft itself on benevolence, tho Town Clerk wroto to President - quarters of the world into friend- us into the war and which invited Wilson's Private Secretary, asking sh enough to commercialism grows and benevolthe high pur- Black DTauk Rouses Iro By Raiding the man who was ship and amity. Inform on bootleg; rs. It makes' n. . poses which animated us in tho 1M..1..1 ence shrinks. One of tho grave him to name a dato on which the . m.. ibi--.- . "".-,- charges is that the Y. M. C. A. President would receive the deputano difference that one of the The Irish people have a natural war have failed of full realization. "Mr. Chesloy's" Negro negroes was a gum and inherent right to bo free and For Soldiers Were Sold himself and overcharges; and in one case sold to tion. No reply has been received. To paraphrase tho striking lanGamblers. independent. They have a natural guage of President Lincoln, the At the same time the Lord Mayt had killed his mattfB the soldiers cigarettes which had to Them. and inherent right to a government world can not live in peaco half Two weeks- - agf when Chief been donated lo them by a rich wrote to Mr. Balfour at tho Foreig Office for passports for himself an which derives its powers from, the slave and half free. Justice- can Black Hawk came&through woman. Louis consent of the governed. If this is not be weighed out In unequal bal vine on nis way f m Camp Kno In concluding the Rev. Gambrall the other mombers of the deputi not so, then our Declaration of In- ances and be jutlcej. Democracy CROOKS PRAISE IEYSTONERS. to Frankfort with rlsoner he was IMUNG whole thing has tlon, but again there has been n UNFAVORABLE REPORT. Insistsa that "tho mess." Tho Bap- reply. It is now announced tht. dependence Js simply verbiage and can not serve two" masters. .Elthef courteo wy. treated Someone been miserable , the professions with which we went we must stand fast in suonort dfc should have tipp eCtthe Chief off tists are severe on the Y. M. C. A. the Lord Mayor is taking action n, ip 1. ..u ,0 vlo ivjir Wflro. iinwruthv vTiTAfnRpa. oUp highvldeals through the local authorities in io Louisville "W l of JIbestydii)B i, " roatttjHMft2:t "Tflf" the world -- is, not eafo for the aeponuence tor an peoples wno mnyirboot-- . oider to have the passports Issued Many of rh?'H?T?-itfrrhnt-...w ,.ukBRITISUOFFEIU.IGXOREBU(. . ...!, uu.iu I i The Western Recorder free democracy of Ireland, then it strive to be free and Independent wero In town this past ithourfnrtherdelay.aifc22Ws.It.i week, some 'ctatio uu uuKUk uiivu iuluu ill Js not safe for any democracy or else we should regard tho fate Hurley Pope. The Nationalists can another harsh A sensation was created in Paris attending tho school convention the resort of only human. The week publishes which a stronger nation may desire and destiny of none. poor Chief is the "curious silence," in view He while others wero hero for the pur- made a mistake, he tried to make criticism of the Y. M. C. A. and its on the eve of the Peace Conference of tho fact that when, on December to rule. If Engalnd has the right l. by pose of holding conferences in re- an arrest at Hurley Pope's place war work, written by J. B. the publication in the Socialist 27, the Belfast Corporation offered to govern the Irish people against QUIETLY WEDDED. D. D of the Southwestern paper, L'Humanlte, of the reply of the freedom of their city to Presigard to tho coming State primary. Just like Patrolman their consent, then Germany had Harper did. It was the consensus of Democrat Whatever can be said about the Baptist Theological bemmary at Foreign Minister Pichon rejecting dent Witeon ho sent a reply on tho right to govern the Poles Tho of against their consent, Austria had Doherty,marriago of Dr.Miss Mary and Republican leaders that some- Chief, ho wasn't drunk. To placo Port Worth, Texas, from which is the proposal or the British Govern- January 1, expressing tho pleasure daughter William B. one "framed up" on Ches Searcy such a charge against ment to invite the Bolshevists to It would give him to visit Belfast, tho right to govern tho Czechs and a man at taken tho following: place and Paul Tho inevitable has happened. To Bend delegates to the Peace Confer- but regretting that the shortness of Slovaks against their consent, Rus- Dohorty,Wednesday Tafel took In the when he was given the Republican onco prejudices hiB case. If the quietly afternoon State Campaign Chairmanship, as Chief was drunk why was he not a distressing extent the Y. M. C. A. ence if they will ceaso fighting his stay in England prevented him sia had the right to govern the of Finns against their consent. There rectory Only St. Louis Bertrand all agree that It is second nature arrested a short while before when has broken down overseas. It has while tho conference is in nrocress. from traveling to Ulster. two families and of tho people out in tho State to church. is no escape from the Inexorable a few intimate the Tho intention to forcibly suppress headquarters at the broken down In the confidence and This proposal was ignored by friends were pres oppose anybody and everything he came to Why logic of these comparisons. tho ground that it was the Sinn Fein organization is at- France City Hall? let an armed man ' 'ovo of the soldiers. Complaints worthy on no reply, wero Ml3S from Loulaville. of In a political con- leave the police station in an in- have been coming so thick and fast and that under .trlbuted to tho British Government If the Irish people have not the ent. Tho attendants that Dr. John R. Mott, the General no circumstances would Franco do. in certain quarters In Ireland, natural and inherent right to b9 Adella Reiling and Robert Tafel, vention or session of tho Legisla- toxicated condition? the brother of the groom. The ture this holds good, as Louisville with what It considered tho cording to a Dublin dispatch to tho to free and independent of a govern- bride wore over a dress of brown Tho Burglars and Crooks League Secretaiy, has felt called upon ment conducted without their Con- crepe meteor a tan uncut Bolivia representatives are always forced reports that Its drlvo Is away be- take notice of them. Somo ex- criminal regime of international ouf- - Mail. Moderates there, the correto play second fiddle because o yond expectation and it is hinted planations havo been tendered, but laws and assassins. It was sup- spondent says, are speculating anxsent and against their interest, no people has that natural and In cloth coat, with Kolinsky collar. this sentiment. Tho mountain Re- that the league will give Col. Petty they leave tho disagreeable facts posed that tho other powers would iously as to what developments may Her hat was of brown tulle herent right and tho only basis of trimmed in gold, soft sho wore a publicans who have been the main a testimonial saying his Keystone not even mitigated. The General Ignore Llvltnoff in tho same way, be expected from a meeting of the and stay of the G. O. P. in the past are pollco are "alrlght," giving the Secretary has given it out that but Georgo Lloyd apparently council, which tho Governor Genliberty and independence is not corsage bouquet of Mrs. Ward roses sore Tight but might. tho Idea taking And there you league members no trouble what- - complaints will bo turned over to thought enough of It to ask France eral called Monday night at Duband lilies of the valley. Miss Reil- from at city chapofand the dictation ' ever e a with England in ac- lin Castle. The correspondent adds: have the doctrine of despotism and ing wore a in their daily and nightly la the War Department for Investiga- to dark blue serge tailor Republicans, like McCulloch, militarism, disguise it in whatever suit, responsible men Special mention Is tion. It is a very convenient and cepting the offer. The proposal is bors or loye. with a black seal stole and a nett and others, will let Hert's Ben- due the performers as a sophistry you will. monumental take a very gloomy view of the man who stole the safo graveyard for such things. looked upon of bluo straw trimmed in do it all. Another subject discussed bronze The hundred thousand American hat situation. It is feared that tho lions In front of Cherokee Months ago I began to receive com- blunder by tho British Premier. men who laid down their lives In French flowers. Her corsage bou- was Percy Haly's possible candidacy Park, and look out for the Thomas plaints through letters written from Government is about to embark on quet was of violets and lilies of the tor Governor and this war did not make that supremo valley, Mr. a now campaign of repression the rumor that he Jefferson Court House statue and soldiers In France. Tho complaints CROSS OF HONOR. and Mrs. Tafel loft im- la looking for a candidate on a tho City Hall clock next. Chief Petty were serious, but for prudential sacrifice to pull down the su- mediately which may Includo tho forcible sup after the ceremony for patriotic platform. How about Ben says he doesn't understand how reasons I did not print any of them. premacy of might over right In one Sinn Fein, wlti Ono of tho army chaplains, Father presslon of tho portion of Europe only to more Florida and Cuba, where they will Marshall, of Frankfort, former Col- a policeman's uniform was found at Dr. George W. McDanlel, pastor Darche, of tho Fifth Marine Corps, such results as are to be expecte remain a month. firmly establish that odious doctrine lector, who Is an tdeal American Frankfort the other day, and tho of tho First Baptist church, Rich- has received the Cross of the Legion when the Government takes u patriot, having five sons In the suggestion is offered that maybo mond, Va., so widely and favorably of Honor. Ho is tho first American armed conflict with 75 per cent, c in another portion of Europe. "We DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. service, all volunteers? do not see with what face our repsome of the enterprising crooks now known throughout the wholo South, chaplain to be so decorated. It may tho population." Tho past couple of weeks has in our midst stole tho uniform right has recently printed resentatives .at the Peaco Conferan extended seem to those at home that wo lay R Tho writer traces Alt this rear to tno J a mam flAAnivm 4flA,fl An The Initial meeting of the Daugh- certainly been rough sledding for off one of his Koystoners. It looks article in the Richmond Virginian, uauuu 14 Ann vu A w ence could demand independence uUCCUSsUo 111 Lliu it'icub vicw- uuuj' uuiauuua aiicoa ters of Isabella will be held at near Mayor Smith, Col. Potty, Chief plausible Tho Board of Safety In which he states that ho had over here, but they represent cour- - tlons In England, which he says for Bohemians, Slovaks, Jugo-Slaand every other small people in one Knights of Columbus Hall, Fourth of the Kcystonors, and tho Eolshe-vlk- l now seems to confine Its appoint- supported tho Y. M. C. A., ho had age and ability and are rarely are regarded as having given tho part of Europe and refuse to de- avenue, next Monday night at 8 administration. Yeast high- ments to two classes, ono the heard complaints, but went on sup- given it ever to undeserving sub- - "coorclonlsts" a predominating Inmand Independence for the Irish o'clock. This organization has just balls, drunken police, holdups and drunken police who wero fired or porting the organization; but re- jects. Ono feels especially thrilled nuence in the State and havo cre- recognized ated tho belief that Ulster will be people in another part of Europe. been instituted in Louisville, start- Durgiaries, negro gambling games, couldn't get on under Democratic cently 620 sick and wounded sol- to have our priests British The argument that tho Irish peo- ing with a charter list of 200 well coupled Tvith murder, killing of reign, whilo the second and most diers had been brought to Rich- Many of them have tho Croix do la supremo in determining ple could not defend their small known Catholic women. overseas soldier by tho police, all popular selection of the board are mond and Dr. McDanlel Bays that Guerro and tno American medal. treatment of Irish affairs. Viscount following each other eo swiftly that motormen and nation from the attacks of more French, Governor General, is also conductor police, "These bring a practically unanipowerful nations applies to all me Liouisviiio public is up in arms who ir they remain on the force mous unfavorable report of the credited with the intention to exersmall nations and presupposes that against the Bolshevik! administra- ten years will still be good street Y. M. C. A." And then he says of in accordance cise his authority the old conditions of Intrigue, agtion. There Is ono part of tho car men but not police. You can these sick and wounded, "They are with military rather than political gression and wars of conquest are public which seems to be sleeping take tho policeman out of the coun- not knockers. It Is not correct to considerations. quietly during tho reign of crlmo, try but not the country out of tho say that they complain. They say 'to continue and yet we are asA constituent assembly, the date sured day after day that this war of which has not yet been fixed, murder and gambling, and that Is policeman. nothing unless ono makes inquiry. was fought to end such conditions none other than our Men's Federawill determine the terms ot a conTo these inquiries they reply very and that the Peace Conferepce will tion, which seems to only work for stitution for Ireland. Sinn Fein frankly to the effect that the Y. M. UPON HONOR ROLL. formulate a plan of permanent plans for tho assembly are delayed reform when the Democrats are In O. A. did nothing for them." Dr. tranquility and permanent safety of those rebecause thirty-fou- r control. On top of tho orgy of Another Louisville soldier has McDanlel quoted from a letter by for weak democracies. Either the cently elected to tho British Parcrime the Board of Firo Under- gono upon the honor roll. Ferdinand an officer who formerly lived in argument is worthless or else tho writers officially designated Louis- J. Weber, of Battery D, liament are in jail. Tho Sinn Fein-er- s Houston, Texas, and was a member promises and pledges by which our are confining their activities at ville as a third-clas- s town and gave Field Artillery, suc- and supporter of the Y. M. C. A. peoplo were led to make their present to securing tho release of taxpayers the suffering another cumbed Sunday to pneumonia at before tho war. This officer says: gigantic sacrifices of blood and cause for worry by raising firo Camp McClellan, these members, and many meetings near Annlston, "The Red Cross has done good treasure were worthless, are being held throughout Ireland rates 25 per cent. This, coupled Ala. Weber enlisted at Camp Zach-ar- y work over here, and so has the If tho Irish democracy can not demanding that tho imprisoned with increased assessments in taxes. Taylor and was soon afterward Salvation Army in a small way; safely exist In the world without Is making it harder daily to find the transferred to tho Alabama camp. but tho Y. M. C. A. is an absoluto ones be set free. It is rumorei" the protection of fleets and armies voter who is proud that he voted Surviving him are his father, Peter failure." This samo officer goes on that tho Government will soon re of its conqueror then the world la lease them. for the near Mayor. Just as iue J. Weber, 205 North Nineteenth to tell of his connection with other not sate for democracy, and all the baseball umpire's decision 13 final, street, and three slaters, Mrs. How officers and groups of officers. All lives and money given by Ameriso is tho underwriters' JC. OF 0.' EUCHRE AND DANCH He says, decision ard Unseld, Mrs. T. C Murray ana held tho same opinion. cans to make the world safe for when they class Louisville as a Miss Minnie Weber. Tho body, ac- howover, that in Paris and other democracy have failed to accomJ will The Knights of Columbus "hick"town with a "bum" fire de- companied by Private Robert M. cities the Y. M. C. A. havo places plish their high objort. We are partment. Noar Mayor Smith grew Eeezer, also of Battery D, arrived that would be the envy of any club entertain with a euchre and lotto ' decurious to see any convincing wrathy, as tho Herald said, at the here Thursday, and the funeral In Houston, and back there havo for the benefit of tho members and nial of that conclusion. It is no decision and told how he was golnj? services were held Friday morning dono some good work. families next Wednesday their argument at all to say that of late to spend oodles of (the taxnayers) at St. Anthony's church. evening, following the regular meetTho latest word that comes is years the English rulo in Ireland money for equipment, etc. Tho poor ing of the council. Thursday eventhat the Y. M. C. A. is to disconhas been less oppressive than in old near Mayor will find that newor ing an old fashioned hop will be AVODD LAPSE. tinue all of its religious work and past. Tho statement is not altho equipment won't help the Joke firegiven with appropriate costumes of restrict Its Secretaries bound overtogether true, as the late Sinn Fein men, who won't train and who can't Disabled soldiers may have be- seas to educational, entertainment overalls and gingnam aprons as tno massacres prove, but even if the even couple a hose. They will find come uninsurable, official stylo of dress. Cider and It they allow and physical work. This is its constatement were true it does not It just as easy to wreck and their Government ginger snaps, "by gum," will conInsurance to fession of a huge breakdown. That fundamentally alter tho situation. demolish new equipment as well a3 lapse they lose their last chance for the country is to receive a severe stitute tho refreshments. The English rule in Ireland is old. Insurance protection for their Jolt seems to bo put beyond doubt, not a government deriving its just The Black Hawk murder case, The war Is over now, and it is not OLDEST BISnOPS. powers from the consent of the govwhich vou won't find in "Facts," treason to tell the truth. Wo have erned. It is a government based Everybody has the alibi book, ia still the topic or been restrained. JOLLY TEA PARTY. By consecration His Eminence upon suporior force. It Is the govThe Auxiliary of the Good Shep- been patriotic; and the flno patriot- MARCH RECEIVES DECORATION. James Cardinal Gibbons LIEUT, iCAMILLO DE CARLO. conversation and deserves a little is the ernment of the Irish people by the review. a delightful tea ism of the country has been Yery On May 30 a crowd Gen. Payton C. March, chief of Bnlor Bishop of the world, inas- of herd will give Lieut. De Carlo, of the Italian negro English people in the interests of gambling Hurley Pod's party on January 41 from 2:30 to much abused by men or big, im the staff or the United States army, much ns he was consecrated In That is the Aviation Service, proudly displayed negro saloon at at the English people. S o'clock at eonvent on Eighth practicable Ideas. The Y. M. C. A. has been presented with tho and 1858. But Archbishop Gras-th- e government agatnet which his decorations from his Govern- were raided by Tenth mn Walnut street. The the kind of jkwUI affairs of these Its ment for exceptional work as the nrd two others. Patrol was Harner good ladles are always enjoyable, undertQok what it could not do. saw tlnguished Service Medal by Gob. eelll, titular ot Lorissa, is the Washington rebelled, which Lincoln ladl-nprogramme was Incongruous. I Pope Photo shows Government. isenlor Bishop by birth, for ho was denounced and agalaet which ire eyes of the Italian army within the Cheeley will therefore there afeoald be a very an advertisement or the "Y" hut as March in his office wearing and id: tho' born January 5, 1827, and coae-crate-d Auetrlaa line on the Plave front. hear abeut tbte." "Mr. court twenty- - Urge s have juet victoriously iought. the soldier's theater, the soldier's honor medal. .Ia in 1874. two-thirflrc-cracke- ra -- POLITICIANS Y. M. C. A. "f Is -- - .Su V"w.o I ."'. il ofthlf Gam-brel- - J old-lin- "Sober-minde- d, ! t .. vs .hb w 1 m fiJJH Thirty-Thlrty-four- th -- 1eKB8BHBB mBMkmfWmk Dis-ijul- y, Bt aUMa. t . , I St " ", J3RHSIS: KfcMTUGKY IRISH MfcRIGftN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY rWnJed to .He Sod., and Mo,, AWme nt oM,UH Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Institute and Catholic Knights of America. d -- daa?tio-a4Mr4 with such a league formed It would not be necessary to carry out tho and full constiuctiou programme asked tho committee to include In , if nn international agreement should make limitation Publishers 0f armament a certainty. League KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTINO CO., Iocorpotei. appears that wo ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c r no league, it SUBSCRIPTION PRICE t.11; t)Uiuo w .....v j "o Second-ClaMatter. Entered at the Loulivllle Postolllce Whenever and wherever the city 1 Wait Green St. iMrm ill Communication to tho KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, flie department -- becomes Incom- JO. J his ,., etlon SSS2 Exclusive City Sales Agents For , 2 RACINE TIRES Guaranteed 5,000 Miles IMIOORE& OTIVERS ILESOFWERVICE "Retreading With 930-93- 2 Every Tire Retreaded By Us A Conscience" E. C. STIVERS m Racine Adjustments SOUTH THIRD STREET South Guaranteed 3,500 Miles TOM MOORE, JR. 703PlionesCity 2408 319-32- s dADpffijSJj) COUNCIL)! LOUISVILLE, KY .DO AVE SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1919 ENGLAND? petent and demoralized Insurance rates are elevated. That's what's the matter with Louisville, and explains i why rates are higher than ever before. COOTNG m DR. JOHN P. BECKER EVENTS. " iwholo world Is filled with the bit January 30 Euchre and lotto of SPECIALIST IN FITTING GLASSES terness of Irlshmon who have been club Athletic Irish American forced by this economic wrong to Columbia evening. Club at The Kentucky nouso in Twenty Years' Experieuce. Pn es Reasonable. called attention a few weeks ago to leave Iroland." January 31 Euchre and lotto of propaganda There Is in this none of tho St. Eouls Bertrand's Church Debt 315 Starkn Building. Third Floor of English tho slush and Building Association, afternoon Feartk and Wslant. being printed in our daily press, usual British camouflage about the and evening. depopulation of Ireland by the Phone City n8o. February 4 Euchro and lotto but for downright gall and nerve you will havo to hand it to tho famine. Tho real cause of Ireland's for St. Aloyslus church, Powee Valat Gambdnus Hall, afternoon Louisville Herald.i which publishes depopulation was the imposition of ley, evening. an alien fiscal system, suited to and tho following: 2 Comedy February drama, "America's shores and cities on mo Mgiuy industrialized population "Lighthouse 'Nan," by Choir Club of Great Britain, on an agrlcultuaral of St. Martin's, In hall at Shelby those shores havo been saved from St. Bernard Lump QA An exceptional buying treat for several reasons. The reduced spoliation by Great Britain's mavy. country for which it was wholly and Gray. tJHJ.yi being FerTon unsulted. While Ireland was This is Dlaln fact. No eeeeeeeeeeee e price is the main attraction; the gloves are the high-grad- e product We are now prepared to deliver coal American naval officer would con- depopulated by British free trade, promptly to all parts of city. test it. America was saved by Danish agriculture, Dutch agriof one of the country's most prominent makers; these are days for Great Britain precisely as more culture, Belgian agriculture wero ST. BERNARD MINING CO. gloves. The event affords choice of 600 pairs; tan and gray capes; than a hundred years ago sho was becoming Increasingly prosperous (Iicorperated) Both Pohcb 032. because Danes and Dutch and Belaved by France." plain or embroidered backs; alas brown and gray mochas and Mrs. George Ihrlg visited friends The Herald editor and tho Herald gians, though occupying less fertile Rolling returned Miss Adella know that every word of regions than Ireland, had control at Latonla last week. readers from Lexlngyin, where sho was the suedes. Sizes 7 to 9. Not all kinds in every size, but all sizes tho above is untrue and wo daro the of their own political organization. guest of her sister, Mrs. Walter Mrs. F. D. Shannon visited Thai control permitted them to do Hlllenmoyer, and visited Miss Mary writer to produce tho in Owensboro last week. are represented in the assortment. The special price is Doherty until after the Doherty-Tafthree necessary things, to .protect American naval officer or tho wedding. their homo market, to regulate . Mrs. Joseph Meehan, of this city, American who can prove or MAIN FLOOR systems, and is ill at St. Joseph's Hospital in even say that Great Britain saved their transportation Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Dans have Lexington. finally to adopt educational remeof their announced tho marriage America. England, France and the James Curran has been visiting daughter, Miss Nellie "Catherine rest of the Allies were saved by dies suited to their own educational O'Riley at St. Davis, to Irvln America, and none will dispute the problems. In each of these fields his brother, M. E. Curran, near Charles church, the Rev. nJharles Ireland has been "neglected and Bardstown. fact that Germany would have P. Raffo officiating. Thoso aro good strong whipped England to a frazzle, and betrayed." Mr. and Mrs. P. Graham are Mrs. Edmund D. Chester arrives in all know and agree that it was our words. Tho great white light of home from a visit to friends here today from Hattiesburg, Miss., Wllsonian democracy is penetrating Now York. who caused tho bravo marines to join her husband, Sergeant Edturning point of tho war. In the tho darkness of even the Tory Miss Florence Rellly has almost mund C. Chester, who is stationed same article the Herald editor ap- mind. entirely recovered from a severe at Fort Benjamin Harrison, and expects to be mustered out next illness of grip. peals to the newly appointed State week. CHURCH IN FRANCE. School Book Commission to cut out yK Miss Henrietta Bannon has re- any reference to our past troubles Miss Mrs. William H. Shelley, The heroic part played by Cath imueu iiuiu uuiuiiu, wueie Due vis Josephine Shelley and Robert Shelwith England in other words for- olic priests and monks in the war ited Miss Dorothy Kippllnger. ley, who have been ependlng sevget tho wars of 1776 and 1812. has caused a revulsion in feeling Miss Viola Sweeney, South Louis- eral months In Cincinnati, left MonNow that the Government has put on the part of the French Governwhence a pleasant day for Key West. Fla., Cuba, to has a stop to German propaganda why ment leaders, and the following, ville, with returned fromNashville. they will sail for Havana, relatives at visit not put a stop to the English tories written by Gustavo Hervo In his remain until spring. ivnwui)untiiini Coughlln has re Miss Stella and paid press agents In this coun- paper La Vlctorie, Is typical: Tho following1 composed a HE 13 turned to Corydon, Ind., after vis try who would once more make "On both sides we have to make iting Miss Jennie Taggart In Jeffe- rafternoon nrv Snlimlav to see "Chin-Chi-at America a dependent State of Macauloy's Theater up our minds not to resume that sonvllle. in honor "of Mr.. Earl Rellly, religious and philosophical warfare Earl St. Louis: Meadames Mr. and Mrs. Will Fahey, Ches- of on which we had prior to August, terfield Court, had as guests last Rellly, Jerry King, Joe Greenwell, MARKS AN EPOCH. 1914, wasted most of our time ever week Mr. and Mrs John Fahoy, of Howard Megowan, Will Merten, Fred Granel and Dell Moore. of the St. Louis. The visit of President Wilson to since the establishment Pope Benedict was not a mere Third Republic. But this warfare Muldoon an Mrs. Katherlse of SycaMiss Josephine Kelly, courtesy call. It was not simply has come to an end through meas-- , more avenue, has recovered from nounces the eniiagoment, of her tho recognition of tho head of a ures like tho separation of Church her recent illness and isnow able dauchter. Miss 'Julia Anna Muldoon, hnd Howard Chester Newhouse,- - of great world-wid- e religious organiza- and State and the dissolution of the to be out. Mass., Lieutenant iu Springfield, tion. Wo read that tho Holy congregations, measures which the tho 159th Depot Brigade, stationed 'l--fl church, rightly or wrongly, haa con- St.Mrs. Thomas Hogan and baby, of at Camp nZchary Taylor. No date Father gavo the President a most Louis, are tho guests of Mrs. reason sidered as attempts against its Hogan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John has been set for tho wedding. cordial greeting. There Up for cordiality between the head of fundamental statutes, Its liberty and T. Malone. F. Mr. and Mrs. John tho Catholic church and the Presi- dignity." with dinner Saturday Gray E. A. O'Brien and H. W. Even the bitterest the dent of the United. States. Ever spent several days in New York evening In honor of their two sons. however, he goes on to say, must last week, registering at tho Hotel Sergeant Boyd Chester and Sergeant since wo entered the war It ha3 Edmund Chester, the former being spirit of Remington. Coming Home been brought home to those big recognize the wonderful homo to be demobilized with the patriotism with wnlch the same enough to understand la that the Mrs. M. F. Rolling has returned First Regiment, while the latter IdealB of the United States aro the monks who, after the dispersion of from Lexington, where she is the stationed at Indianapolis with thhad left the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Walter d Field Artniory. Ideals which the Catholic church has tho congregations stood for from tho beginning. country, rushed in August, 1914, Hlllenmeyer. W The marriage of Miss Juanlta takivAVPr. a nonular cfrl in Catholic President Wilson knows that tho back to the defence of France, Mrs. Robert Murphy, ing up arms to protect the republic Mrs. William Cisco Jn who visited' social circles, and Lieut. Perry S. Jefferson-villCatholic church must play a great has departed for her home In Cooney. of New. Orleans, was quietly part in the work of reconstruction. that only the day before had solemnized on Wednesday at the them. Catholics will ask: New Orleans. great traditions She inherits those Cathedral, attended by relatives of "Are we now to expel them again, of the Middle Ages. As the only Albert Malone, who recently re- the bride and groom. Miss MarInternational body In the world she thoso monks with their war crossed, turned from England, has gone to garet Hanklns was the bridesmaid military medals and their resume his duties at Camp Uproa and Lieut. Claude Huklns best man. bright lighting helps to dispel gloom, to can do much to build up that in- their of Honor In New York. crosses of the Legion ternational stability founded on a marriage of Miss Teresa The restore normal conditions, to build up trade and just law of nation's, to which Presi- won on the field of battle?" Miss Juanlta Keyer entertained Carr and John R. French, of OwensSt. prosperity. the members of her bridal party boro, was quietly solomnized at dent Wilson has committed our FREE SPEECH. and a few Intimate friends at Louis Bortrand church Wednesday The future of tho Government. morning at 6 o'clock, tho Rev. Tuesday evening. Electrical advertising is the best advertising in its Here's a sample of the treatment dinner on world must be built on new lines. Father J. A. Heonan officiating. M. It will no longer be governed by a accorded Sinn Feiners In Ireland by Misses Naunearle Brinton and Tho attendants were Miss Agnesana particular field. It stands alone as an important unit of a at Carr. a sister of tho bride, Hammond wore "balance of power" or l by secret England, the good, kind friend and Marguerite week-en- d James French, a brother of the visit to well 'rounded out advertising program. understandings between nations. protector of small nations, this dis Stlthton for a Immediately after breakMisses Louise and Anita Hammond. groom. old soulless political economy patch being via London: Mr. and Mrs. French left for The fast Get your electric sign to work at 100 efficiency. 'Many porson3 were Injured at which ruled the world for the past Mrs. Minnie O'Connell, 944 Court Owensboro, their future home. century Is dead. It is recognized Dunmanway, near - Cork, Ireland, avenue, Jeffersonvllle, has as visit you have no sign we can help you to obtain one best suited ST. COLUMBA'S EUCHRE. her daugnter, that If society is to endure it must when police with drawn batons ors this week and children, of airs. Cin McCann, Alice to your purpose. bo based on moral principles. There charged a disorderly crowd that was The ladles of St. Colnmba's cinnati. will eIvo a onchro and Is no organization In tho world that listening to Sinn Fein speakers." Thursday afternoon and Look after your window lighting and see that it is can do more In tho work of moral After an enjoyable visit with Mrs. lotto next January 23', in tho school NEED FOR BIG NAVY. I.. Donahuo at her home in Oak- - evening,Tnlrty-iut- u than tho Catholic reconstruction v "S ana marcoi modern and interest compelling. Murphy and Law hall, or dale, Miss Mabel nave reiurnea The committee have sechurch, tho oldest Christian body In Unless a league of nations to streets.many rence Donahuo and handsome prizes to cured the world and which has built up a other tribunal that will make cer- Canada. Our Commercial Department will be glad to serve you. be awarded. Games will do caueu completo social philosophy. Presi- tain the limitation of international at 3:30 and 8:30' o'clock. Call Main or City 2182. William Malone has returned to dent Wilson may have little sym- armament Is established, the United religious dogmas or States must build the greatest navy the Great Lakes naval training staHONOR GUEST. pathy with the tion, after a pleasant visit with his devotions of the Catholic church, In the world, Secretary Daniels told parents, Mr. and Mrs. John T. ? enter Mrs. William II. Pank but he recognizes that, as Mr. the House Naval Committee. Malone. members In tained her former club Boloo puts it, she Is an "expert In of Mrs. Harry Glass, of Chi"It is my firm conviction," deand wife, honor Those present wero Mesdames Capt. Penn Morlarlty cago) men." Tho visit of President "Wi- clared the Secretary, "that if the (Incorporated) guests of his week mn an conference at Versailles does not who last v5Ir. wero Mrs. C. R. Harry Glass, iFrank Btitzei, lson to the Vatican will mark and parents, Jenne, Gus Stltael, L. W. Harwood epoch. It means, as Father O'Reilly result In a general agreement to Morlarlty, are again at Camp Zach-ar- y and Duke Kettringham. tAn elabTaylor. says, that the President meant it put an enff to naval building on the orate dinner was served and tho guests spent a raest pleasant when he said it was his desire to part of all the nations, then the L. Miss Miss Bertha enlist every great moral force In the United States must bend her will Gwinn and Mr. Deuser, and Mrs. William work of reconstructing society. His and her onorgles, must give her C White and Miss Ruth Whlto RETURNS TO STUDIES. "As Nor to You at tbe Neafeft Phoas" protestations would have beon but men and her money to the task of were visitdrs in New York City the Set Beady ror Monday MAIN Ignored the tho creation of Incomparably the past week. Edward J, O'Connor left empty words had he CALL FLOWERS "AFTER-THE-WA- R studies at FUNERAL night to resume his OR t)ldest and greatest moral force iu greatest navy in the world." who Notre Dame University, where he Mrs. Edward Farrlngton, CITY A. SPKCIAL SPItAY $.1.00 the world. There are few signs that limita- has been HI with pneumonia at Sts. was a senior in the electrical en BUSINESS" is (Old Xiuaber 3718) tion of armaments will be de- Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, to re- gineering course, having spent the A SPECrAI. WREATir S5.00 re- holidays expects BETRAYED CHIEF INTEREST. with his mother, Mrs. Edupon at Versailles. Pre- covering rapidly and BbvIbms cbmes to t&e man who termined ward D O'Connor, of Bardstown turn home next week. "SOBS AXT-- R XT." Post, a mier Clomenceau, of France, hai The London Mornlpg road. He has just been discharged Wo are ready to plan, print, rxisTrwa co. or ouxb-x- Xi with VfAfMr S bind and mall any advertising Peter A. Cooney, of New Orleans, from the navy unit of the Student chief mouthpiece of Torydom and Indicated that ho will stand (Incorporated) w matter that you have in mind. linn toon sDendlnc the week at the i if , t SoHtb J?Irt Street long bitter enemy of Irish na- the representatives of Great Britain Seelbach, having come to attend tho Army Training CorpB. IfMQP supremacy tionalism, seems finally to toave dis- for tho continued naval wedding of Miss Juanua j.eyer auu fcwH Awwatf 0mffttt j BENEFIT FOR ORPHANS. covered what has been wrong In of that nation. There is little hope Lieut. Percy S. Cooney. Tho St. Cecilia Branch of the Says that limitation of armaments will Brittah treatment of Ireland. Catholic Orphan Society, assisted by We telegraph PlowerB Everywhere be agreed upon while one nation is John Monaghan, after an extend- the ladles of the parish, have elab Poet: the brother, for "Inland has suffered from a permitted to dominate the sea. No ed holiday visit with his-- kin ave- orate arrangements perfectedgiven Malachy .Monaghan, 1518 letto to be the wrong not to much political as doubt it was with a full knowledge nue, New Albany, ha returned to next euchre andafternoon and even Tuesday economic. For several generation? of the difficulties before ns that him homo at Petersburg, Va. ing in St. Cecilia's Hall for me He debenefit of the orphan. An Inter Gevernmeata Secretary Daniels spoke. British ucoMsivc SOUTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND MAIN. The matinee dance of the ICnlghts esting and smueing feature will ue and betrayed the clared that If a league of nations 1b hay of the etabllilied Ameriea urt provide a of Columbus today will be under- ens, awarding; 4.he turkeys and chick Ireland, which chW Interent-- of oeniests for tally and also Handreds are joining ur War Savincs Club. One dollar's the ausploee of wives of Fourth deNORTON BUILDING agriculture, From, that eaaee her large pert of the world police force" gree members, while t. Helena's prises. Thers will oe no asmwston worth ef Blue Ribbon1 Garden Seed free with every new savin? league club wlll n(ire ene.re of the danee I fee, which sboiuki tesure an un to enforce dwindled from MCMsary population hM K. W.CiriWr FHrtJuiwi Jcffcr.'Sn deposit of $1.00 or more. Club limited to 1.000 members. t 'naiiallr lerire gathering. He added, .however, that this evening. 8,noi,0OO to 5,000.000, and the decrees. OWE , OPTOMETRIST, Ylen's Gloves $1.35 C0-A-- L ftc first-cla- ss SOGIETY. ! first-cla- ss first-cla- ss el $1.35. ' LEVY'S :: MARK ELT AT TH IRD :. 3-- u n" - 1 Cheste-entertain- ed Brighten For antl-clorlca- Boys - Sixty-thir- e, ed You Can Now Use All the Electricity You Want JHEERY, If Louisville Gas & Electric Company 3500 The STANDARD v J tt"kv FRED ERHART ARCHITECT Liberty Insurance Bank TElkPORARY QUARTERS nelctd 1 te o - - aaMtf'JTTJOHCY RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. KENTUCKY & INDIANA CANTEEN COKE STATION ORDER FOR GKN. BARRY. XJKJLfiJE3C aJ!DB?ESC5-3vl..- ' RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. REPAIRING WELDING Expert Attention On Repairs On All Makes of Cars SPECIALISTS ON FORD REPAHtlNG HOLY NAME ELECTION. MISSALE ROMANUM. Home PhoB 2550 Mattresses, Blankets, etc., Cots, Goods, Bed Clothing, Furnishing Cutlery, Novelties. (LAUNDRY AGENCY. NATIONAL HATTERS TOM TOLAKIS, Prop. 825 W. Joffereon St, IioulsvUle, Ky. Suits Pressed While You Walt. Hats Cleaned and Blocked While Home Phone City 1931 You Walt. Soldiers' Uniforms and Louis A. Broring, D. D. S. DENTIST 900-90- 1 STARKS BUILDING. TlEcffMOKERS laaEaV " "? Hats a Specialty. Work CalledFor and Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, Attention and Quality." Home Phone Shawnee 801 The Smoke Ob The, Hour. BREVA" !L. The Holy Name Society of St. Louis Bertrand's church will receive holy communion Sunday morning at the 7:30 o'clock mass, tomorrow-beinthe feast of the Holy Name, comregular and the society's munion time was postponed from last Sunday for this reason. Tho annual election of officers will bo held at 2:30 o'clock in tho afternoon in Bertrand Hall and Rev. R. COMEDY DRAMA. G. Lyons, tho chaplain, requests a The Choir Club of St. Martin's full attendance. congregation are regularly rehearsEUCHRE AND LOTTO. ing and will give an excellent prevery pleasing three- sentation of the Pat Tho St. Ann Society, of act comedy, "Lighthouse Nan,'J at rick's church will entertain St.witn a f.i nr ii.i. n.noi,.ik cvuu rim . .Ai xma. cuviuj du muiuua February 2. ..i club Monday This on Sunday, new St. Patrick's Hall, Silteenth the Market, the games to &fmpPBCf high and order, v..w. xo u uuciu tiiam. vi jiikv Uttglll ricuij nf i.a offering should attract a largo audi prizes Ul O a ffi.i pleasant time are as and ence. sured for those who are present. UNCLE SAM KNOWS FIREMEN. MACKIN'S REVIVAL. Major Gen. Thomas H. Barry, commander of the Central Department of the army, with headquarters at Chicago, was ordered Sunday to proceed Immediately to New York to assume command of the succeeding Eastern Department, Major Gen. J. Franklin Bell, who died eeveral days before. -- The Vatican Press of Rome Is now actively engaged in preparing the typo matter for printing tho newly revised Mlssalaj Romanum, and P. J. Kenedy & Sons, of Now York, have been authorized to reproduce the work In this country. Work on this monumental volumo will be Immediately started so that exact duplicates will bo Issued simultaneously with Rome. MEETS SOLDIERS' Tho Red Cross NEEDS. AUTO WELDING & REPAIR GO. Both Phones 3300 ERNEST SMITH, Prop. 713 SOUTH SEVENTH ST., LOUISVILLE, KY. PEOPLE'S PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION Incorporated Vfan Organized by Cltizes "WoU-kao- Homo sections throughout Ohio, Service ?w Sn ..! vrj, i. and Kentucky are strengthenlnc their organizations to meet the THE SIGN OF QUALITY needs of the returning men-th- ose In good physical condition as well Highl'd 741S East 180 i ii n n IT inp Tinr nn :lk t n, i i h:i ii pm ' KENTUCKY of readjustment to civil, life. I Indiana ,"? to uaxe LAUNDRY OO. 014-02- X, O INTERESTING EXPERIENCES. ANS SAM BOBERTSOK HENRY GOSS CONTRACTOR FOR Spouting Roofing, Guttering, ALL KINDS OF OONORETH WOBfi Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted St. 1815 S. Tvreaty-slxt- k Asphalt Shingles a Specialty Ky. Home Phone Shawnee 168 2011 W. Broadway, Louisville, InLoans to those having regular comes or salary, with no publicity to housekeepers or red tape. Loans security. a their personal P. R. POOLEY, Building, Room 1, Courier-Journ415 S. Fourth Street. al SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. T. E. YANN DAIRY Incorporated. 508-51- COMPANY 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. Both Phones 4202 "SOUTHERN SLICED STAB" BACON All Ready for Your Griddle la the Morning" . HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION OO. Incorporated been connected with the Fire department of the Quartermaster Depot at Jeffersonvllle, were notified this week that they have been appointed Captains at $1,400 a year by authority of the Civil Service Commission. Their many friends on extend them congratulations their success, and the residents of JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. Jeffersonvllle can be assured that Headquarters for the Fire Underwriters will not raise AND FARM PROPERTY their assessment because of Inferior CITY firemen, as in the case of Louisville. See us about anything in real estate. We sell, buy and rent. PERSHING THANKS KNIGnTS. 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Pershing dispatched to Gen. Home Phone City 4464. Knights of Columbus headquarters In Paris a message convoying his thanks and tho thanks of tho WM. P. BANNON American army for the splendid services rendered tho men by the CONTRACTING PLASTERER Knights, and extending a New Year greeting from tho army and himself Brook and Bloom The tpnor of Gen. and his staff Cumb. S. 1B3-Pershing's message Indicated a high City 8380 Knights of tinDrecIi'tlon of the Columbus- service in behalf of AmerlcanaLtroops. Gen. Pershing Home City 2803 did dtffMMt to particularly men REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY Hon thjhtfikjarge part of this servby Knights of FRED HORNUNG, JR. CkluiiilttM?etarles while Ameri AND GAS FIOTNG can trMMKime engaged in actual PLUMBING flghthKTTtfcilsoveral battle fronts. 713 West Jefferson Street Louisville, Ky. VBNVtCR STRIPES. -Y - Adolph C. DeLIme, former Fire spirit exhibThe Captain, and George K. Ford, for- ited at attendance and Mackin Coun- the meeting of mer aide to Chief under tho Demo- cil on Monday night indicated a have revival of interest ana anoiner oia- vwho cratic administration, time successful year. President and the new off ccts have an excellent beginning, elect- Ing one new member and receiving Fred Herp was six applications. as a member of the Ex-Committee and spoke for the Catholic Federation. Upon motion President McGuire was instructed to appoint a committee to devise ways and means for a g welcome for Mackln's Club soldier boys. The Social opened Its winter season Tuesday night with 250 young people on the floor, the hall being beautifully decorated. Louis Kieffer, back from Canada; George Thornton, just out of the army, and William M. were all called upon and made short talks upon the past and the bright future before tho council and Its members. When the Secretary for the announced the receipts night there was rounds of applause. home-cominHig-gln- s, Ray M. Haragan, the former star twlrler In tho Twin City League, is hom8 again after eight months' service in the Naval Coast Guard, and r;iates many interesting stories of hls BervIco in that branch, claliy hla description of the big piosion at South Amboy, N. J., when 7,000,000 pounds of shells and ammunition exploded uauy for tnreo jays. Ray was tioned In that vicinity and suffered a bad cage of snen shock while In tuo performance of duty. During his stay there ho was enabled while off duty to visit New York City; Asbury Park, Atlantic City and all the points of Interest. espe-McGui- re Incorporated 2 On Furniture and Other Ftrioaal Property at IOWEST BATES Underbill St. Geo. Dearborn Manager Home Phone City 7638 BUNGER'S ' COLEMAN BUILDING S. E. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON' Both Thones 2886 Highland 1033 JOS. GROCERY WINES, MA- - ex-ma- de CHILE CAFETERIA V. SPANINGER contin-install- ed 4C8 South FOR GEO. LADIES Fifth Street sta-ccutl- ve AND SALOON, FINE LIQUORS, CIGARS AND GENTLEMEN 370 Baxter Avenue HENRY SOHUH 1403 Seventh Street Choice Staple and Fancv GRO CERIES, MEAT and VEGETABLE MARKET, Fine Teas and Coffees, Butter a Specialty. City Home Phone 2147; Cumb. South 1558-Y. KNIGnTS IN COBLENZ. What was formerly the German Army Officers' Club building has been taken over by the Knights of headquarters Columbus as at Coblenz. This new Knights of Columbus building is crowded every day and night by American soldiers, who And there tho same entertainment, amusement and distribution of K. of C. supplies that they did at all Knights of Columbus buildings In France. Seven K. of C Sec retaries are kept bUBy serving the troops and a supply depot will bo established by the Knights. Tho citizens of Coblenz testify in many ways their appreciation of the Knights distributing toys and candies to all children here during Christmas season. FAVORS HUSH PEOPLE. BREITENSTEIN CHINE CO. 3 East Main Street Automobile Repairing, Engines, Pumps, Elevators and General Machinery Repairs Promptly Attended To. Home Phone City 1G33. 731-78- F. HOME GENERAL SPOT CANTEEN FOR Phone City 2923; Residence 7108 , J. E. SCHWARTZ DEAD ANIMALS Highland Park, Ky. m CASH PRICES PAH) HIGHEST FRESH MEATS GROCERIES, Home Phone City 721; VEGETABLES, ALL KINDS FEED Call Cumb. Phone Main 721. Home Phone Parkway .lou Cumb. Phone South 2255-- Y IX)UISVILLE RENDERING OO. When in Louisville Store Your Car WUEST BROS. 934-93- . WEST HILL STREET Manufacturers of Specialties, Uen r. -- . 110 E. era jjiMcuuHj nn.1 ATnrlnl- Wnrlr " Steel Stamping Gas, Oil and Repairing, Washing and Polishing a Specialty. Home Phone, City 6G48 " Home, City 3481. KOERNER & STRADER GARAGE Main or 110 W. Main 6 ir-.i.- t.. at the or chevrons worn .wnJMldlers are puzzling to manyintinlfs their meaning: A gciKWtj) or chevron on the loft sletwBSjrilven for every six fen service. months Sfj A goM en the right sleeve aid in action." means U' iVWrinn nn th loft . A da rJm. than elx months' Bieevo foreign The w rllver stripes are given fo tltmt months of mlll- tary serrt Plthls country. are ior less man Two TOiitli in this country. six niontMBj Wearlnj;; silver stripes to Indicate MmmmKfJe is compulsory. TheSSr3KKrIpes S AVITW ION ARMY. AND OHIO AND MISSISSD7PI KENTUCKY BIVER LINE fleets of motor d in Paris left trucks evi FIRST CLASS WORK Week of this there the lofArtaEJ capacity with Office Yoar Next Ordes month S. JONES. Agent Give This J. tfci.CH inbus supplies ICnichts bound for OoWwMfewl accompanied 317 W. GREEN ST. River, Louisville Fourth and by sixty KlM:riColumbus Field Telephone City 946 Secretarles.p.TjiiifupplIes are inPhones: Main 9214; City 41G tended for fePiMigJs army of ocrecupation. Military ' authorities stricted the number of Knights of Secretaries and quantity a ail Columbus n assigned to Coblenz I J.fO Thermold PL CL SOxS !Swua siai JtSW a of suppliesAmerican army had ar30x3 untjl the Th?rS?WW8.CL ........ MB aoxsu "weollctt a call to Usptot oar steo rived there and was distributed as JJ. 82x8$ Thermold PL gs. . iitVt at Dota BToraa. arranged for In the armistice 32xSW Thermold Ns. 80 Now that the transstipulations. Main Office Tire and Rubber Co, Ifn In 1 nxfl Louisville portation problem between Paris 460 8. PXPTK ST. Retail Branch and Coblenz" is,ased a bit the Incornorated 986 8. TKBD 8T. have been Knights yjfjdfCilHnibus given p?fteMJmj!V to substantially increase tkffiuMmfcer of their Secot supplies inretaries tended forlOijbteag, where in a big building, Piiwjiy1 occupied by a German Ari? 0iers' Club, the IKOOSPORAVBD Knights hav tMshed a supply KENTUCKY , depot and a 4b building Chair' LOUISVILLE man Wlllianit.J. )fligan. ot the TAHr.RST IN THE SOUTH. fJC?beadquarters, New York accompanied tit auiiiK truck fleet. One of ARTISTIC PRINTING FIRST GUARANTEED STOCK. to'wi -- Mvav-n- atr58 , aRw' - THE i8ttttCl44 Where tho home Is brightest ; IVhero tho work is lightest; Where tho meal is cooked best; Where tho raugo stands tho tost the That's where comes "Quick Meal" i in. rtt-- v M-- .1 r.c. AVliei-e K.f The best GLASSES you can got are the only safe kind to wear. "Ask Any Oculist." Correct GLASSES are aa important as the right medicine and WU make OPTICAL them. COMPANY 5l3FourUi Avenue, Louisville, Ky., Opposite Mary Anderson. IRISH I nfi'MMTiMae OOIETY. the Amorl-- y The annual can Irish Histo: ttfllVMHW was held jit tho roonMt lty. West Fifty-nint- h In Where the QuicK Meal Comesquickly work is uone; Wlicro cooking seems real fun; Where baking gives delight; Where druilgo is out of sight the where That's "Quick Meal" comes in. .! SW. I"tJle4 Highly Reemaaadd 215 SON, W. MARKET ST. GEHER & d COAL WEST VIRGINIA MINE RUN COMES BY RIVER J Exeelleat furnace and steam goal. DUGANCOALCO. SXCONI) AND RIVER Mala 694-- A. peculation in Catholic circles as to when the next Papal consiBtory will called, and whether or not It "The most important tnl ill name a new American Cardinal can uo to matco p uritom raise the auota of this country friendship with America i ' as it was before the death Irish question," said th rBBHBE four, the Cardinal Farley. It has been Birmingham, Dr. Russell of erstood for tho last three years field, on his return to Londi the Pope would call a con- a three mopths' tour in Can; ry as soon as peace was de- on Denau the unltea states Tho coming of MsKr, The British Government. to as conclusive 426 W.MARKET fCrettl Isnlpointed TJono1 Info Intnncn UUUtHl. Tnna L.OTJISVILLE,. KY. , "I have come back quite sure that a3.imiT J?.ii A complete Una of FuraKure at America and England murt be open ! ?5TaLa8"cLS prices, that are always the loweat. and frank with each other If the - tremendoM factor world is to advance a we all exSatlsfMtfoB guaranteed. the pect and wirii it to do. The critical the 'Catholic organiMtlons in zeal-oStates time with regard to the relations United on both hays labored o andf militant the two countries is now and ously aldee of the great rfurln th twn vaara to coma. We humanitarian 1b thought the Pope hvtwtaff Mi MwnMl tWk UMHkOt Tmtoi have either to make our two land struggle that it absolutely one, or we chall find that mav see fit to reoormxe it in tms Dr. Uriah Z. Litsty the whole world's progress is abso- manner. There re many eminent lutely hindered. It Is Ignorance prelates in this country who are Chireaealat that has had a great deal to do with recognised as fully equipped In 607 the estranging of the two popld every way Jor this high dignity, ff iTaaaafc Igarka in the pat. The war has begun to but the majority ssntunent bow BaiMia bring us tof ether, but there are seems to divide between, TiaaaaaaaaallBafaaitf ops Glennon and Haunii. Beth Pba.--tr ahead apv a were and tho follow V. 44HPt k elected: C. I. G aafl"rJ. President Clarke, New Yorfcfl . . vice Presment aBBBBBBBBBffJKnnPrr P. Troy, San Fra:MtaMRK H Secretary Gene 1ak IbbbbbIbbbIAO Cahill, New York j m. Gea "igjH Treasurer Barrett, New York aSiBBB&.nvril and Librarian Crlmmlns, New YorMM bbSj J. Historiographer W O'Brien, New York Reports of the soMpMpwed that there were mem six States of the Un: wKaMmtm. as in Canada, England, tralla and tho Philippl Tho annual dinner o tsMMzmmty was held at the Waldo mKmtflh&& jcL- the evening. Addresses'irraau by President Joseph I. bbbbbK9BmP Hon. Maurice Francis P. J. Healy, D. D MajtVf4MMl J. Relllv. Hon. Martial UMH0T and William P. Larkln, IA. strelal nM rxork City, pa SfflHI' From the very first day that the mutilation of Ireland was suggested we have with all our strength denounced the abominable proposal and shown how In every sphere of national activity educational, administrative, financial and legislative it would operato with consenuences disastrous not to one pait of the country but to the entire nation. Only an Irreconcilable and lntransigeant section of Union ists In the northeast corner clam ored Tor partition. All moderate and thinking Unionists, in Ulster, as well as in the South of Ireland, regarded partition as abhorrent; but unfortunately they failed at the outset to make any effective protest. Once more partition is brought forward as a practical scheme, and on this occasion It Is apparently to be enforced If possible In a more sinister form than any yet proposed. Without waiting for "a home rule bill it will partition Ireland." Sir Edward Carson makes the demand that "In all future legislation the democracy of Ulster is to march hand In hand with the democracy of Great Britain." In. effect what he meads is that the six counties should be constituted a shire of England under the name we sup- poso or "uarsonsnire." tho organ of the Southern Unionists has at last awakened to the gravity and the danger of tho situation. It sees nothing but "diro disaster" In par tition, land It calls upon unionist candidates in the city and county of Dublin "to protest against tho fatal policy of disunion and degra dation." The Southern Unionists should from the very start have made this protest; but even now their objection, if made with suffi cient determination, may have some As head of the Coalition effect Lloyd George attacks "vested prejudices." Sir Edward Carson is the representative of vested prejudice, and George panders to him. Formerly tho phrase was "no coercion of Ulster," now It is "no forcible All tho talk coercion of Ulster." about coercion of Ulster Is arrant humbug. It Is just as reasonable to say that every man who obeys an act of Parliament, every person who has for instance to comply with tho sanitary laws, or with the Insurance act, is coerced. Physical coercion has not, says Sir Horaco Plunkett, been applied to Ulster fo.' generations. Proceeding, he says: "Moral coercion, however, ought to to Ulster. As it is be applied Ulster does not hesitate to apply it to the Government, who pass it on to the rest of Ireland in the shape of forcible coercion." Yet George tries to deceive the world by pre tending that forcible coercion is re- peliant to his Government. In of Ireland his system of gov ernment Is naked Prussian tyranny, while the minority which raised the standard of rebellion Is petted and pampered. His anxiety is forsooth to the to give minority, the Orangfemen of the northeast corner; but, according to this preposterous theory, the minority within that minority Is entitled or not they also to say whether elect to belong to Ireland. Mr. George started a game of temporizing with Ireland during the war, and in view of the peace conference he is again pursuing a similar game. Irish Independent. tour-fifChs LLOYD GEORGE'S GAME. 230 East Market Street Betweon Drinks, Candies, Cigars, PLUMBING, Brook and Floyd Tobacco. Tho Right Place for SEWERAGE, GAS FITTING AND Job Work A Specialty Right Prices. Soft MERCHANDISE SOLDIERS CHARLES BALLMAHSR ARTHUR A. WILL BTHLDER 3431 MONTGOMERY STREET Homo Phone Shawnee 1010 THE MERRY WILL CANTEEN OO. Coko Station, Camp Taylor, Ky. Everything for the Soldiers Cigars, Restaurant FIRST CLASS SERVIOE 4203 8. 9192-A Both Phones 2406 FRANK A. OHLMANN 0 0. Bishop Samuel Fallows, of the Adolph Roatliagar '000 East Franklin Street Reformed Episcopal church, pro INSURANCE claims his sympathy and position on TORNADO, LIABILITY AND the Irish question in the following GROCERIES AND FRESH MEATS PLATE GLASS letter: "I write to express publicly my Cumb. Main 9G7-123 SOUTH THIRD arTRBBT profound sympathy with tho movement to secure xho fullest measure ENGRAVERS Roofing of home rule for the Irish people. National I may say that this conviction of Company SOHLICH ENGRAVING COMPANY the justice and desirability of such INCORPORATED ARTISTS. ENGRAVERS home rule has been of long stand Pitch, Coal Tar, Tarred Felts, ing, growing out of a somewhat ELEOTROTYPERS Gravel Roofing (A Specialty). thorough study of the various 835 W. Main St., Louisville, Ky. 121 W. Main phases of the Irish quesHome Phone City 5674 tion." Phones City 1350; 3Iain 1409-- EKUTLINQIR FIRE A Supply and ed CATHOLICS HELPING SOLDIERS. Road Service. Home City $300 SOUTH work in the direction and settle ment of the returning soldiers on FISK TIRES ACCESSORIES suitable farm lands. For somo time this society, -- of which Archbishop Messmer is Director General, has mBHEK&CTBBHBBgMgaaaMBa been In close touch with the Department of the Interior relative to XIV BJVBJBrXT this work, and a number of projects investigated and recommended by this society are under consideration by Government agents. Such men as Archbishop Messmer, Cardinal Gibbons, Herbert Hoover and Secre M-- K tary Lane, of the Depiirtment or tne Interior, are either directly engaged MADE IN LOUISVILLE In or recommending the work of the society. of tho United States, with offices in Chicago, is preparing to do a great The Catholic Colonization Society JOHN D. ROMMEL CO. 014 South Third St. LOUISVDjLE SAVINGS AND DEPOSIT HANK -- Fourth and Central Avesae Three Per Cent. Paid on Savings Deposits. A General Banking: Busi ness Transacted. SHOULD BE HOMBJ MAGIC WHITE SOAP Extra Good Soap " TILVNKS THE PAPERS. By Magic-Kell- er Soap WorKs INCORPORATED DiD. C. Dougherty, Publicity rector for the iRed Cross, sends the MKBBrarairasEffltiKiWMKBgro Kentucky Irish American the following: "To the Editor: The newspapers again have made on important conH. J. BANNON, PritMcitt and Maugtr. P. BANN9M. JR., Vies Prtt. and Trtis. of the tribution to the success Through tho American Red Cross. newspapers' with local Red Cross chapters and branches and with the Lake Division Department of Publicity, the Red Cross Christmas roll call in Ohio. Indiana 5 Sewer and Calvert Pipe, Bamaea's Patent LUiti Pise far Steam CendaitJ, and Kentucky proved an unquali so fied success. The. newspapers IWall Celiac;, Draia Tile, Vitrified IrlcK, adequately supplemented the work Fire IrielX Fire Preefia, Flae LiBlac. convincing tho In of canvassers Grate aad letter Tile, Fire Clay, Caisaaey Teas. public that membership in the Red Cross is just as much a duty in OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. the reconstruction period as it was when war was in progress that the PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN S07, Lake Division now boasts of 2,275,-00-0 lrORKS-Thirteeaad Breckiarldge aad Xfiath aad Magaalia. members, a quarter of a million We $ more than it had last year. thank you!" mBt99999999999i 1999 iiR BANNON PIPE CO. 373-178- f sjeesjaeeae8)oaaes8eesjea)eea)t1 ! Hth GOOD WILL. ft L MENTIONED FOR CARDINAL. Tho end of tho war has renewed WHAT BISHOP SI . ..Ail ll,lr., :T,, ?, CORNS.BUNIONS Arcnmsn-difficultl- es The future phase of Red Cross work was outlined at the Ohio Con ;; ference of Charities Iby (President James L. Flesor. who said in part "The Red Cross home servlco will continue for probably two years more at Its present task. In most communities tho work will be heavier than over. Agencies working with families must everywhere give 10c Increased consideration to families under care. Tho men who return from the front will look eagerly in A. J, 5c every land for evidences of victory. These evidences must be greater opportunity to secure employment, to Best Cigars Wfadel earn a llvllhood which provides for development, to possess reasoname leisure and better understanding and TVTTTT" Increased sympathy between employer and employe. The Red Cross lias enrolled and Instructed 100,000 committee memhors In its home serv ice sections. These are prepared to aid tho families of enlisted men as Funeral Directors well as tho men themselves upon their return. They have become Embalmers. aware of health needs, educational opportunities, tho needs for Amerineighbors. canizing our foreign They are sow thinking how best to Vaaase PamJHanffcV help the disabled soldiers in with the Federal Board for Vocational Education and how best JOHN B. RATTERMAN with the Federal In help the Employment Service to FUNERAL DIRECTOR demobilized soldier to take his place again In peace time production. When the Red Cross does this it 2114 WEST MARKET STREET acts as the expression of the good Phones Shawnee 1343. Cumberland wMl of the American people West 1107a. ' SMOKE !;TARPY'S1 Lady Dash Little WANTED! TRA1BTED SOCIAL. WOBISRS- !Settlcracnts and community centers: case work; clinics, recreation, surveys. tor reconstruction worK among soiaiers and their families and among war workers. Salaries equivalent to those customarily paid by social welfare agencies. Applicants please send ref erence xrom pastor, scnool and employer, and stato In detail social ser vice schooling1 and professional field experience. Address: Itev. John M. Cooper, Secretary Committee on Women's Activities National Catholic "War Council, 930 Fourteenth St., N. W., Washington, D. C. DRINK H. BOSSEaSON and 5o ir your toys JL Kiym tana eaiuwtloa, fee ttfs. the watt ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE W. Bfetlway, leHntt), jcy. Conducted by toe Xaverlaa Brother. CUsateaL Seteatlfle sad BiMrtHem Ceurses. FraMraUry Devarti&ML Lrg a. Swimmio-- f Feel, well Terms saodarate, Bra. fteaJasslR, Ttr. 1U Bulja Qys-ilun- i ;a U -- J KZE'DnCTOKTST IRISH JffkJMCE1XOAJX, Sweeping-Ou- t Herman .. . FOURTH Avem Straus e sons " S MARKCT STREET I We Give and Redeem Qold Trading Stamps. i VI Sale MEN'S-WOMEN'S-CHILDREN'S " Of the irreproachable "Boston" quality are now priced to save you from 52c to $3.02 on fall and winter, 1918, styles. Don't buy shoes this week without first "looking in" at the Boston. SH0ES m&nSZfow& "MIII'll 41M19 FOUHTII HwPBejJpHHBBV fgp r yJsMP- itwBMBBQi9lisBiKPrwji'"-Mgyj BeMj.BLsBtssBsssssseeI Jv "S JMMf T a4Bbssssssic JANUARY i CLEARANCE This is a event with usan opportunity for you that comes but once each season. You really can't afford to miss it. semi-annual ! AVENUE' I , OVERTURNED HATED STATUE OP KAISER WILLIAM I. The people of Metz lost no time after tho Allies reached tho Alsatian city In overturning tho hated statue of William I. The photo shows how effectually tho Alsatians did the job they had been waiting to do. Inter-Southe- rn Life Insurance Co, JAMES R. DUPPIN, President. LOUISVILLE, ICY. d, HIBERNIANS. HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY mm of MM Suits Coats Waists Men's Shirts ! I Wool and Cotton Mixed President Tim 0'L6aryl Vice President Walter Murphy. i Financial Secretary John Brod- Division 3 met last night with a "One million members in 1919" is orlck. 1860 Portland avenue good attendance present. the goal of the order from this tlmo Recording 'Secretary John A. forward. Everyone enjoyed themselves at Martin. Bishop Carrell Council, Covington, Division 4's open bouse on Monday Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. has thrown open the doors of its CAPITAL, RESERVE AND SURPLUS FOR PROTEC evening. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Shee-har Martin . home to all returning soldiers. Dave Rellly's rendition the TION OF POLICYHOLDERS MORE THAN $4,500,000 "Irish Jubilee," like old wine,of grows Sentinel 1ZZ1 WbST MAKK.ET STREET, Incidental to the observance of Thomas Noone. Washington's birthday there will be better with age. Deposit with tho Stato of Kentucky under the a big initiation at Portland, Ore. 3 Is entering Deposit Law more than $4,600,000. Division upon Compulsory a wan wayne council Has an enseason of activity that will bring Excess deposit over all requirements $1,000,000, rollment of 630 members, which It DIVISION 4. pleasing results. or 20 per cent, more than the law requires. expects to Increase to nearly doublo John McKelrnan Is already busy Meets with renewal commissions, .so !' For good, clean agency contracts your own second and fourth Mondays, Deroro tho closo of the year.. IHOJVJBJSS. picking a strong team for the have an Independand that you may build up a business of Tuesday ovenlng the Most Rev. Bertrana Hall, sixth street. Hibernian ball club . SOOS-- a of tho Company. Climb. Main ent permanent Income, address the iHome Office Homo Citv 20DS ' Archbishop Hanna was tne guest of President John f. Barry. Some of the attended i.jfc.i.A.t.dt..T..t..i,.t..t.A..rf t f honor of California Council at their ff Vice President Mark J. Ryan. tho meeting of Division 3 and were INTER-SOUTHER- N tltlfrHtl'dCOT LIFE INSURANCE CO. Recbrdlng. Secretary Lawrence beautiful home in San Francisco. given a cordial welcome. Tha Cincinnati initiations, postD. Meany. LOUISVILLE, KY. John E. Browne was certainly Financial Secretary Thomas J. poned, from early in December, will WWVWiWWUWWWVWWVWWVVUVVVnUWHU tickled to get around to a meeting Langan. be completed by conferring tho HQME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071.y this week, the first in six months. second and third degrees tomorrow. Treasurer John F. Burke. The Knights of Waterown, N. Y Tho full report for 1918 shows an Sergeant-at-Arm- s Patrick Con led by a band, Increase In membership at Los nelly. marched to St. Patrick's Orphanage on Sunday after Angeles and a further building ud Sentinel Mi J. McDermott. noon and presented a purse to Sisof tho treasury. 2 -2 Lbs. For 90c ter Gertrude, after which they were Tho Ancient Order has endorsed RECENT DEATHS. entertained by the children. A 0rrZD THAT XS XSOWH PO ITS POT CT7T the movement for an Irish race con Elder Council of Cincinnati lost QUAtrrr. vention to be held In tho national Tuesday morning the remains of eleven members by death; durinc capital In the near future. J. William llahoney, beloved four of whom, Eugene The Ladles' Auxiliary of Norwich, of Mary A. Mahonoy, were laid Ion, Howard J. Qrifflnr Clifford J, N. Y., mourn tho loss of Mrs. Pat- 10 rest in at. ixmis cemeterv. io Nnenn ami TneanVi tw ammi'nin Importer and Roaster of High Grade Coffee, Sold rick Scanlon, one of its charter was thlrty-thre- o years old and re- - tho supremo sacrifice while in the Direct to Consumer. "MWWWIHMUUMWUMMWUlVimmvmHHIUMHW members and most active workers. siueu at oi2 bouul xwenziein street. American service. 313 W. XAStXBT KT. XiUXBYXMJ, XT. The Ladles' Auxiliary of Minne- Death resulted' from pneumonia With tho active support of Bishop we Return this advertisement with remittance and apolis has ten prosperous divisions. that followed influenza. O'RoIlly tho Knights of Lincoln, will ship Coffee br Parcel Poit, all charges prepaid. They are getting ready for an k. r. a. Neb., have secured Jthe-- . beautiful Monday - mornlnjr .. the last sad brick bulldine of thnarlMi fnr fhntr campaign for new members. v . i Division 1 of Los Angeles has rues were 3aiaover tiie remains or nome ana as""....?.-catas3fceadquarterg appointed a committee to canvass jurs. Margaret anenaan. a nigniy re- - ror tno sum or 557:ocw..;Tho bulld- - ; the city parishes for new members, spected resident of tho West End, Ing was erected threVJyeara ago at ending with a big Initiation Febru- at st. .patriot's cnurcn, ueceasea a cosi or ?u,uoo, " ' ary 17. was tho beloved wife of William AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Jr Oor. Fifth and Market Tho California State officers of Sheridan, 1838 Tyler avenue, and & HERB ON FURLOUGn. year. tho Ladles' Auxiliary Capital and Surplu- s- $1,700,000 sent New wua ju uer $f f Joseph and John.Deeken. former Year's greetings to all the members Threo Per Cent. Interest Paid Bralth-walt- e, stara Monday morning Thomas in the Twin'TClty Baseball and sympathy to the relatives of aged forty-fouOn Time Deposits died at his League and now members of the departed ones. Hibernians should not forget home, 2118 New Main street. He United States navy, werohere on a BOTH PHONES 810. week," February 1 to 8, was an Industrious and respected furlough this week from Tampa, James B. Brown................Presldent called to raise funds for the com- citizen who had many friends and Fla both looking hale and hearty. Henry J. Angermeler..Vice President pletion of the monument to the was tho father of Miss Mary and James J. Haye3.....Vlce President SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. William Braltbwaite. RECOONIZE RELATIVES. His funeral Nuns of the Battlefield. C. M. S. Hebel .VIco President McCarthy assisted took place Wednesday morning from ............XIa3hler Stato President John S. Akors Rome church, Rev. Indiana soldiers on furlough In at the Installation ceremonies of St. Frances of celebrating Oscar A. Block.......m.JVsst. Cashier tho re- Paris are being entertained at the Division 2 at Syracuse, and In an Father Riley A. P. Ramser............Asst. Cashier Knights of Columbus Club, where City 2360. eloquent address pointed to tho good quiem mass. Main 2360-a film showing the "home folks" work done by tho Hibernians In Mrs. Catherine Horan, thlrty-sl- x In many Indiana cities '13 mow excombating the propaganda of the foes of Ireland, who are circulating years old, beloved wife of John D. hibited. Many of the .men said they every xaise report in tnls country, Horan, 2216 Duncan street, passed recognized relatives and friends in HARVEY-JELLIC- O trying to poison the minds of to her heavenly reward on Sunday tho picture and the Knights gave after a brief Illness of pneumonia. several exhibitions of tho film. The Americans toward the cause of She was a devoted wife and mother "Indiana Home- - 'Folk?," was (INCORPORATED) and a wide circle of friends mourn by the' Warw"'Camp Comher untimely death. Besides her munity Service b'f ' Indianapolis IXSTALLS OFFICERS. 0 E. CHESTNUT LOUISVILLE, KY. husband she leaves two children. through tho generosity of an InSunday afternoon at tho orphan- The funeral was held Tuesday dianapolis business 'firm; The film DISTRIBUTORS OF THE age In Crescent Hill the St. Joseph's morning from St. Cecilia's church. was brought to France' from Indiana by the Knights1 of ''Columbus, and Orphan Society held Its annual Funeral services for Mrs. Ireao will be shown by the? Knights at meeting and installation of officers. Reports showed receipts for tho Lyons, wife of E. Keith Lyons, were all their buildings pherever In- year amounted to $24,929.98, with held Saturday morning from the dlana soldiers' are "quartered. S6.65 expenditures of $23,541.51, leaving Church of Our Lady. Mrs. Lyons 1529 WEST MARKET STREET a balance of $1,388.47. The orphan- was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. IIAD OPElf HOUSE. Place your next order with us. Terms cash. age was reported in good condition, Fred Nlst, 3123 Bank Btreet, and Dlvislon4. of the Ancient Order the proposed interior improvements was in her twentieth year. Her having been completed. President death occurred at San Antonio, of Hibernians .held open house MonBosse installed the new President, Texas, where she had been residing day evening la Bertrand Hall, the jonn todo, wno in turn installed for about a year. Besides her bus- - occasion being-thinstallation of A sheet business cession the other officers. E. W. Herrman band and her parents, she is officers. and Joseph Hubbuch, Sr., each survived by two children, Louise was held and after County Presiwere presented a gold badge for and Irene Lyons, and four sisters, dent John H. Hennessy installed fifty years' membership in the so- Mrs. Louise Trumbo, Mrs. T. R. the newly 'elected officers James J. That you ipent (or something you did not NEED would hay started a ciety. William Krull, Julius Davis, Mrs. A. F. Paul and Miss iMcngne.ciiairwan or the EnterSAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear UtWMt COMPOUNDED tainment Schnurr, John W. Alberts, Joseph Ethel Nlst. milttee, took charge and the'rest of tho evening was do- Deuser, William Hillerich, John twice a year; There MAY COMK a time when your "LAST DOLLAR" a lifelong voted to short talks and a musical Gerhard D. Gathof, Bicker, Peter Schmltt and Andrew 961 S. SECOND ST. LOUISVILLE, KY. aatist be spent (or lemethiasj yon DO NEED. The SAVING bow of he B. Zettle received diplomas for resident of tjie West End and for programme,' JFryrato Bernard Louistwenty-fiv- e years' membership. A many years employed by tho member of tho division sta dollars yen are waiting might keep that "hard time" (rem ever coaag. feature of the afternoon was an ville & Nashville Railroad Company, tioned t 'jOuap Taylor, brought a address of welcome by one of the was released from his earthly aeieNH sc tne soiaier uoys as sufferings Sunday morning at his Eueeti&aMl 'tfeev took a nromlnant THE PHIL. HOLLXNBAGH OO nOLLENBACH'S WINS HOUSH orphan boys, Richard Michel. The Sewing Circle of tho orohan- - home, 2328 West Madison street. partlrftfc fun. David O'Connell, XNCORPORATaD Karl A. Hollenbach, Prop. age also elected officers as follows: He is survived by his widow, Mrs. oae"-- wta' .veteran members of the President, Miss Maymo Schuhmann; Elizabeth Qathof; two sons, John or4er,T.deiered a short address Importer and Dealer In DUtlllen Of any Interesting remln- four daugh CMtaWsi vico Jfresment. Mrs. Linda Dodt: and Edward Gathoff Secretary, Mrs. Benjamin Stoesser: ters. Mrs. Clyde Ham, Mrs. Roy AND "LIQUORS WINES Fifth and Court Place. tf&f$ Buck, Mrs. Frank Knopp and Sister OId FORTUNA SOUR MASH Treasurer, Mrs. W. P. nrley. Mary Estell. of tho Ursuline Order: JOATHOLia FEDERATION. "HOLLBNBAOa" PURS BY Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. 144 South Third Street three brothers, John, Henry and WELCOME BACK, "DOOV LoularUle, Ky. Home Phone 1191 MS W. Mala St. one sister, Mrs. fyiJe election of officers Adam Gathof, and of tho Tuesday Cetfcoile.lfederatlon was held at the Rammacker. Dr. H. E. Mechllng, President of Catherine tho Swiss Cleaners and Dyers, re- morning the funeral was held from reKlrvweeting on Thursday night jresiuom jy. j. weeic. turned this week after eight St. Anthony's church. Cejfuefread an interesting and months' service as Chief of the report of the work News of the death on Monday of Clothing and Renovating Departduirng 1918. expressing ment at Washington, where he had Henry P. Stoerr, beloved husband been holding down one of tho $1 a of Susie Stoerr, 1030 Garvin plaet, Me .belief that definite good had re- year positions. This past week ho was received, with expressions of ttited; Tho work of the Visitation INCORPORATED was glyen a banquet at the Watter-so- n sincere regret in Catholic circle lmj JfeeV.FrQis and Library Oommlt- especially praised. The Hotel by tho local Dry Cleaning all sections of Louisville, especially City OfC Guthrie St. QIC re- by those who were his pupils years eteetlea of officers resulted In tho Association, and Dr. Mechllng OlD Speed Bid. He. follewlng selections: lated some of his Interesting experi- ago at St. Xarler's College. .& WHERE FROM. NAME. PER TON. President Daniel E. Sullivan. ences with tho war. The doctor Is was actively Identified with the "Vice Presidents Louis W. Born- still an ardent Democrat and says Holy Name Society of St. Louis . Western Ky. "Taylor" .v. $5.90 ho Is in favor of a little reorganiza- Bertrand's church, and also a pio traeger. Dr. J. H. Metcalf, August ' Timmel, Miss 6.75, .Black Beauty tion here with a guarantee of fair neer member of Inthe Catholic Kate Klordon. Cainllle Detert, Mls3 "Harlan" which order Knights of America, primaries. Straight Creek ; "Pioneer", Secretary E. J. Cooney. 7.10 he had been honored with many David terms as an officer. Of late years Executive Committee FORTY HOURS. Wilton Mines J! "Jellico' 7.10 with tho O'Connell, Ambrose T.. Mettllng, P. he had been connected St. Anthony's church will be the freight department of the Louisville !T. Dowling, Lawrence Mackoy, B. next to observe the Forty Hours' and Nashville Railroad Company, S. Voll, Miss Rose Sweeney, Mrs. and respected Peter the STEAM Prayer In will city. These beautiful where he was popular superiors. The jRusfl, Ganz, Miss Ella Downey, J. J, DOMESTIC Ky6 begin with solemn by his associate and, devotions Installation of the new officers ceremonial tomorrow morning at funeral was held .with requiem high Jas, J. MaTigk Sales Aftt. the high mats with proeeeelen and mass at St. LomMi Bertrand's church will take place at the next regular 2 K. S. Watsea, Mgr. meeting, February 13. exposition,, concluding on Tueeday, .on Wednesday' wowing; n. f Why not tako an agency for a conservatively managed, medium-sizeclean, progressive company, whoso treatment of agents and policyholders and whoso standing and courtesies with all of the American Life Insuranco Companies givo it a position of tho very highest rank? Late News That Will Interest What They Have Been Doing: DIVISION 3. Members Here and the Past Week General First and third Fridays, Hibernian Home, 0 Portland. News Notes. 1818-182- Blankets! $ tt'I"M"KH'-IIIl''l'lttDOUGHERTY & McELLIOITi! ... 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