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H Hfe ENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN LOUISVILLE, SATIJRPAY, JANUARY 25, 1919. JJvery Driver an Hscort. Louisvills Carriage & Taxlcrt Cs. Incorporated VOLUME XLH.-N- O. 4. PRICE FIVE CENTS.- - IMMORAL A Dangerous Extension of Eugenist wwi nil mwiiiiiii !) mi iiiiii what they saw; As that-vis- it was used for campedgn purposes by the his. associates Republicans, the Advocated Propaganda ly Dr. Stopes. Mcnnco to Both Society and alltj' Involved In " New .. Mor-- r "$ , Plans. The .Weak Basis of the Sterilization fDemands and Vicious Proposals. THE PERVERSITY OP POSITION. Tho Eugenist propaganda has found an exponent who Is much ' more frank than were many others who have advocated tho eugenlstlc measuro ' termed sterilization by the operation of vasectomy, to bo applied to criminals and defectives of the State. who aro wards Hitherto the purpose pursued by the prophets of sterilization was nominally the prevention of procreation deandV interned by criminals fectives. Now comes Dr. Marie Stopes, who advocates "the sterilization of all potential parents who are bodily or morally hopelessly and Irremediably diseased and unfit." This request represents an extension of tho demands of eugenlsts, reaching out beyond tho bounds of their earlier programme, but In addition to this extension Dr. Stopes submits tho startling frank avowal that her ultimate design Is not to benefit the race, but to facilitate deliberately childless marriages. "Every adult," writes Dr. Stopes, "has a right to marriage; no Individual has the right, to tax the community with diseased children." Once this principle Is admitted in the sense in which It Is advocated by Dr. Stopes, the validity of her plan of sterilization would havo to be recognized, standing between ' nnd tho barrier the individual and tho attainment of his improper desires would be broken down. The ethical perversity of such a position is apparont to all readers of a Catholic journal. It is Interesting to note, however, that even the legal status of sterilization is far from being firmly established, d ,that its position Is highly that in spite ot the fact that tho law has had to deal with this problem only in one of its phases, the application to criminals and interned lunatics. An excellent treatise on the subject of "Sterilization of Criminals" was contributed by W. A. S. to Law Notes somo months ago and printed In the July Issue of that journal. The author, who rightly maintains that tho theory of heredity, upon which the application of sterilization Is based, Is but a theory, and that one barren of satisfactory proof, states that tho legal standing of tho matter is less doubtful and shakyythan tho theory. By way of Information he tells us that "laws authorizing the sterilization of lunatics or criminals, or both, have been passed In some twelve or ' more States. In California, in 1916, 636 operations had actually been performed under the law all but one on inmates of State institutions for tho insane. Tho subjects for treat ment being selected from among the helpless, there have been but four cases reported dealing with the validity a law, and In three of them the law was declared to be invalid." Thus even tho legal status of the measuro advocated so ardenly by the Eugensts Is, to put it mildly, highly questionable. Besides W. A. S. quotes extensively from reports of investigations into this matter conducted under tho auspices of the Institute of Criminal American Law and Criminology, which In 1913 appointed a committee of well known lawyers and alienists, known as "Committee F." Tho committee reported in 1914, 1915, 1916 and 1917, the sum total of their findings being that "the doctors stick firmly to their a priori theories while tho lawyers Investigate the evidence, find it wanting and demand further evidence before they will pronounce a judgment." The outcome of the investigation is a defeat for tho advocates of sterlliza- -' tion, who could not prove their case. One member of the committee "says that ho has no faith in sterilization as a remedy in dealing with the problem of tho criminal." Another member, going back to first principles, declares that it is first necessary to discover "whether criminal tendencies are inherited directly or not." Still another frankly Btates: "The moro I find .out about It tho stronger my feelings become against the sterilization ot criminals as such." And tho consensus of the committee was that it could not formulate a satisfactory report until "a sufficient basis of facts" had been established "upon which somo definite action may be erected." "With this conclusion tho committee asked to be discharged. So flimsy and hypothetical is the basis on which eugenlsts strive to rest their immoral demands. The wrltor from whoso article wo have quoted advances a number of facts on and casts Interesting the legal phase of tho measure. He calls attention to the sacramental ' character of marriage, and in another paragraph to the relation of eavlronment to criminality that momentous factor which the advocate of eterlllzatloa think so little of la pr&etl&e. On the whole he quite properly characterize the coming of thla dangerous "fad" questlon-"able'anot-suc- - PRINCE ON HIS ISLAND PRISON. Former Gorman Crown Prince and his one faithful friend the dog, almost his constant companion. la tho background aro somo of tho royal prisoner's neighbors at Wiergen, where he is Interned. EX-CRO- h x Blde-ligh-ts newspaper Chicago "A State vs. Feilen says in tho course of a eulogy of com pulsory vasectomy tnat Tareiy nas a big thing como with so little fan- fnrn nf trnmnets.' It mlcht bo moro accurate to say that rarely has a thing of so doubtful merit Of Forward Leaguo Looking For gone so far without being chalAnother Democratic Gublenged to give an account of Itself." ernatorial Candidate. grave danger, in And therein lies a the vicious character of tho proposals and In the absence of proper C. B. of C. V. surveillance. Two Disastrous Fires Make Underparishioners mourn. writers Chuckle nnd Show Up Reformers. narlBh Mnnv In tho Cathedral mourn tho death of Marie Dunn 7.e11. ivho crow un from childhood within tho very shadow of the church doors ana was namea alter Rov.pM. P. Hunt and Federation the late Father Dunn, of that Leaders Should Repent church. As a little girl she went to Trip. school there and played In the churchyard, then as sho grew older took part In tho processions and sang in the choir. Her father, mother and closest relatives died CKNSOR OX BURGLARY NEWS. when she was but a child, sho and her sister Catherine then making their homo and completing their There- - wa's a little gathering of mitireitinn with tho Sisters of Pre and sentation Academy. ' "Her death oc F6rwardiague'':be"mbcra'ts curred early Wednesday, louowmg others who affiliate with tho party an operation for appendicitis, and sometimes this week at the h thn funeral took nlace from Gran Hotel, the principal cause for morn- the call being the discussion of tho W. Smith's chapel yesterday ing and from tho. Cathedral at advisability of bringing out another 9 o'clock. candidate for tho Democratic nomination for Governor, as most of MADE FRIENDS HERE. those assembled didn't care particularly to support Lieut. Gov. pirRf Limit. Frank Flaherty, who Black, Prof. Cherry or Judge Carcamo to Camp Taylor several months roll. Prominent In tho gathering ago as an Instructor In the Infantry were Gen. Percy Haly, Col. J. A. irnnrli 'of the service, was last Week Alexander, Col. P. H. Callahan and granted an honorable dlschargo and Judge R. L. Stout. It Is Tumored left Sunaay nignt ior ureal tans, that the gathering didn't grow very ifnnt.. wlium with his brothers he enthusiastic over tho suggestion of has established a large wholesale Haly making tho race If a dark LlOUt. hURlneSS. m orphan ill nine horse couldn't bo found, tho Flaherty was greatly disappointed at more conservative present and that said overseas, dui jus a candidate entering now would bo not being caiieu military training and services held handicapped with tho title of Mm here. While In Loulsvllffl ho Choice," and it would be made many "warm friends, who hope "Haly'sfor tho party and those presbetter that in business no- wm be as suc- ent to support either Black, Cherry cessful as In war. or Carroll. There was a llttlo gathering of old lino Republicans here HOLY NAME SOCIETY. they week also, this and Chairman ot St. say that Campaign The Holy Name Society KenLouis Bertrand's church, which Is Searcy's slogan of "carrying tucky the largest of Its kind south of the money for Morrow If Tobe Hert's holds out" hasn't made such Ohio river, hold Us annual meeting Sunday afternoon in Bertrand Hall a hit with tho boys out in the State and elected tho following olflcors: Who are not in touch with the big President, John H. Hennessy; Vice moneyed man of the G. O. P. Then President. John J. Barry: Recording again all reallzo Morrow, tho ReSecretary. Lawrence D. Meany; Fi publican candidate for Governor, Is nancial Secretary, Patrick Keegan; not as strong as ho was four years Treasurer. John F. Burko: Marshals, ago, some citing the faot that like Thomas Lynch and M. J. Walsh. a prize fighter the defeated candiHov. Father R. G. Lyons Is chaplain date never comes back. But tho and through his efforts tho society biggest Impediment in Morrow's has grown to a membership of BOO. path Is a united Democratic party, Stanley and Beckham fighting shoulder to shoulder and the soldier boys homo to make the State safe for Democracy. It didn't take long to verify the two predictions made In these col umns, tho first that wo were in fov a relgp of crime from the nogroe and the prediction last Saturda that the Board of Firo Underwriters made no mistake' when they classed Louisville's firo department as a third rater. Tho dally and nightly robberies nnd holdups which havo Btlrred tho town are being perpetrated by negroes and by that class who aro pet creatures of tho local Republican "roform" administration. In tho shooting in Hurley Pope's negro dive last week testig mony showed that there was in progress and that many negroes were carrying concealed deadly weapons, two law violations, yet no one was arrested on these charges. Here's a little problem for the Men's Federation. Why' is gambling permitted In, these negro saloons and why aro these negro loafers and gamblera" allowed" to carry deadly weapons? Where, oh where, Is the Rev Dr. M. P. Hunt, who used to go in person to tho Tenderloin district and deliver stirring sermons and write striking essays on tho 'wickedness and vice under ought Democratic tuIo? Someone to escort the Rev. M. P. through the negro saloon and dive district now under Republican "reform" rule and see colored gamblers and JUST HOME FROM FRANCE. g thugs enjoying their reward Upper, .Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, Swagar Sherley, the biggest Jr who did great work for tho man In Congress. In a political American Engineers in Aux-le1017, Rev. Ttalna. T.nuror laff MVa Vlnunt pamphlet dated June 11, memliers of Hunt said and Aetor; right, Mrs. W. K. Vkader- - the Men's that he Federation visited and Diit, reiurnwig irom aoisg work in made the rounds of saloons and France. , other pbteee and were shocked at thus: minted In POLITICIANS Seel-bac- - reiuso 10 tho "Roform" ,'Mministration to see If thoro is any Improvement. Now as to (the other prediction. It was said la these columns .that tho dlsorganiaed- - firo department had run Into 'an awful streak of luck and when, a real firo camo along tho "hek" firo department would bo shoite up. Well, It was alright. TheIlllnois Glass Company fire Saturday and the grain elevator fire Monday convinced everyone that Uhe. Board or Fire Underwriters did Loulsvlllo no injustice when $ioy classed our firo department aa, a third rater, and eomo seem to think they let us oft light at that. How tho underwriters must chuckle when they think of these disastrous and badly handled fires following near Mayor Smith's squaw)c about tho raising of At fire rates jbela'g an Injustice. the Glass Company it develops that tho firemen were unable to locate the fire, and Ve are asked to pardon their mistake In getting ready to leave tho scene and not find a little thing like a J17G.000 fire. "Yank" Coons, a 'phone lineman and one of tho few men' present, who knew anything abolit fires, was arrested by a Keystone policeman for butting In with his knowledge and fined $5 In tho PoltceJ Court. Some say ho wanted to eb$w .the "hick" firemen tvhero the $175,000 firo was. That's what he goUfor being so smart. Incidentally cdae of tho coal wagon drivers neverfdld find the fire, anl after getting to Sixteenth and Rowan (firo rt Second and River) became tired f "his fruitless searph, unhitched the horse and rode back home. The'eeaJL wagon was still standing SueAay' morning, but that didn't worry the new fireman as he didn't have w, come back after It. The publloHiardly got over discussing the failure of tho fire department whn' the grain elevator came fire at Eleventh and Maple alemg two days later. The near Mayor attended this fire in person, probably to se nvhat was the trouble with his', "reform" firemen. Well, ho sa alright. Just as In tho other blgf.flre the ground was Baved after .struggle, but the firo Maple even was allowed to cross street and bira thousands of dollars' worth e; property on the other side. faae-'O- t tho engines at Eleventh anKi'6adway was Idle. the englneerlUfjkering and twisting nuts and wawMEto get it working merrily on. while the Another of t kXVI reform" firemen on one of, the neks was dressed In patent leather black cloth bVi nAD rk of a fireman being ,ca: $fc top It off wore a wrifttWa mluc horrors! After yor said he was '"liI"-JISl.- ,, nothing about U BUUSUCKI, whether the property owners were or not. He also raised his ante of $1,000,000 last week for new firo apparatus to $2,000,000 of the taxpayers' money, but gave no promise of igetting some firemen. To keep tho public from getting even a smattering of the growing list of burglaries tho four newspapers have been barred from the dally police records and the Sixth District Police Station attempted to keep secret tho negro assault on a white woman on Monday, the third In two weeks. The poor old Key- etoners wander about aimlessly while tho burglars aro using moving vans to raid houses. They say one of the Keystoners obligingly helped the burglars to load a heavy trunk on a van from one of our big resi dences that was looted last week. Ono of the traffic Keystoners de serted 'his post last week to chaso a .little "flivver" driver who got by him, ana mounted a street car to run down his prey. After yelling "Gol darn you, stop," soveral times he gavo up and ended tho fun of the passengers, who were laughing A lady passenger on fit to kill. the car summed It up when sho said: "Now I know why they call Another them boobs Keystoners." street car scene: A navy ensign boarded a street car and dropped in his fare. He was startled when a Keystone policeman and the con both ductor, a futurtf" policeman, ana siappea burst Into laughter him on the oack several times. their merriment, they said; "Brother, you mustn'it bo In the department very long, a3 you don't havo, to pay faro." They thought he,as a fireman. i fiMMfe-ttroe- Vn not consistently inane xnat xour now unaer ReV. D"ootor and IRELAND Knthu.sla.siu Marked Birth" of- - New KcpubllCNaiit DubllnV oil" Tuesday. -I 5j ' ( i . .4 Declaration of Independence Itcnd Amid Thunderous and Constant Cheering. ' Streets. Were Filled All Day Hugo Crowds of Orderly by People. FIRST PRELIMINARY MEETING. i !' mii' K'-sa- theL-fireliS- i: ng GOLDEN WEDDING. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob IloerU, of 820 South Flovd street. till cali Magdalen's St. Mary church next Monday rooming with a lublleo mass at 8 o'clock. Ro. Fathei Gausepoiil will ceiaDraie tiio jubilee mass and one of the most brate their gciden wedding annl-voisa- rv at gm-blln- remarkable features attached to the celebration is the fact that Father Gausopohl, the good ana venerable pastor, performed the marriage ceremony for Mr. and Mrs. Hoortz at SU Boniface church on January 27, 1869, he being stationed at that church then. Mr. and Msr. Hoertz aro also the oldest living couplo In St Mary's Magdalen's parish. Their llttlo granddaughters, Miss Ella Hennessy and Miss Julia May Hill, will be the attendants, and following the ceremony a reception will bo held by the members of the congregation. The Kentucky Irish American joins with their many and loyal friends in extending this good old couple hearty congratulations, CHILDREN'S CONTEST. euchre and lotto will be given by tho St. LouIb Bertrand's ChHrch Debt and Building Association next Friday afternoon and evening and a contest between, the different school grades will be decided following the evening affair. The school boys and girls are competing for class and individual prizes and real rivalry for honors Is going on between the kid salesmen. Rev. Father Dawkins is aotlng as referee and will award the prises. Games will be sailed at 2:30 and 8 o'clock ' sharp. A 1 forde-fe&tln- s- than the French. The townspeople with the proceedings, But tho atsuffered, but the farmers all got mosphere, still as it seems on the rich on tho prices the Germans surface, Is tremendously charged. paid; rich that Is In money, though Any moment may bring an exwith no fat living while the war plosion. A spirit of restlveneas, was on, and with only German daring and defiance is sweeping the marks in the old woolen stocking SOLDIERS DON'T HOLD GRUDGE. now that it is over. I can't much Isle of Erin on this tho day which tho Sinn Fein proclaim tho greatest sympathize with them. They are a In Ireland's history. At this morapaolons lot. The French and ment tho programme of the Sinn Belgians tell me though somo Fein Is running smoothly, and the Chaplain iFrancisIJwiDuffy, Dfthe other, suspicions toJMo contrary, .British Government's officers and 165th Infantry, tho former famous that the Germans were strict about armed forces In Ireland, though h of New York, marching seeing that nobody took the relief known to be fully prepared for every emergency, show resolute dewith tho Rainbow Division through stuff from America. When you get this It will be termination not to Interfere. Briefly Germany, writes a letter to Rev. were Joseph A. Donahue, New York City, Christmas or after. I Wish Ipastor the situation Is that the Sinn Fein cortalnly homo have resolved not to provoke viothat teems with Interest and good of an for It. I parish. Inam 1916 we lence of any sort, to maintain a itinerant humor. Father Duffy Is ono of the had our midnight mass under the 'defensive" attitude all the way great individual heroes of the war, open along tho Rio Grande; In through. Viscount French, past and tells only what ho saw. Here 1917 skyour n town In a master in tho art of suppressing reIn are somo extracts from his letter: My Dear Joe: This is our fifth church that was commenced 1600" volts by sheer violence, is deday in Germany, and thus far It years ago; in 1918 in some old termined on tho other hand to aphas been an unexpectedly agreeable German church on the Moselle or ply lessons of former experiences experience. We did not know ex- the Rhine. HJgh time I kept the to the present situation. He refuses he excuse to expect. actly what In Luxem- old feast with mine own people at to give tho other side "- bourg a priest asked mo If our men ihome. I envy you and Father p. that ho started it. church In the Mansion House, at theTops,. were not afraid to go Into Germany. at tho blazing door with all tho lights "Afraid of what?" I asked. "They night saying out Into tho frosty of which floats the republican banChristmas, ner, sits the Irish Parliament. The have mot Germans before, and I 'John," "Merry "'Merry Katie," never noticed that theyfcvero par- as the people Christmas, midnight galleries are crowded and an army flood to of correspondents Is present. Not ticularly scared." B,ut In spite of mass. It's there with them I ought far away, at Dublin Castle, sits my bit of rampant Americanism I to be, I sometimes say, but I know Field .Marshal French, grimly silent, got his meaning. We might be In they won't hold It against mo If I watchfully waiting. His whole atBut for a mean sort of experience. long as two of tho oil titude appears to be to tho effect It has been so far altogether pleas say that so aro regiment I left ant. This morning we crossed the wouldn't go back hometogethor for "Now that yon have It, what ars even you going to do with it?" Saar river. I had occasion to go Christmas 'not. even I were If There lies tho crux. If things over tho bridge ahead of tho troops twins'. Yours as always. continue as serenely as they have with Capt. Mangan and my old (Signer) Francis P. Duffy, been going up to this cabling, then Boothby, of Now friend George Chaplain 165th Infantry. the acid test, will not come untlt I tried out my school Gor York. the Irish Parliament attempts to man on a number of the Inhabitants MEETS NEXT MONTH. act upon somo of the measures and found that they were rather which it la outlining in eloquent if glad to see us. Better us than the of the Irish French, far better than the Eng- in The convention been called race somewhat antiquated language. for America has "Parliament held The lish. Philadelphia, February 22 and 23. only a Sinn Fein brief meeting at the ManTho attitude of tho common peo All Irish-Aorican societies In good sion House Wednesday afternoon, ple toward our troops, ho writes, Is standing with their national organiAfterdoors. surprising, and resentment Is never zations are entitled to fivo delegates but behind closed Count Plunkett told reporters numner or shown by the largo each. Tho A. O. H., Friends of ward a statement of the business back home. and that Irish Freedom, You civilians may hold grudges, Friendly Sons of St. Patrick and transacted would bo furnished to but wo soldiers don't. In tho first j United Irish Leaguo havo joined In tho press later, thus following tho precedent of the Paris conference. nlace. you ihave been fed up on a tno can. A group of a hundred young men lot of stuff which our fellows call gathered outside during the secret "bull." Wo havo fought tho Ger session, but no excitement of any in tho mans two long tricks i'hiiiii . Vim" '" kind was shown. trenches and in five pitched battles, Tho Irish censorship prevented and they never did anything to U3 tho appearance of tho Sinn Fein's that wo didn't try to do to them. declaration of independence In tho And wo played the rotten game o( Dublin newspapers. war as fairly as it can bo piayea. Without Interference tho Lord Wo followed their retreat through Mayor of Dublin, Laurence O'Noil, three sectors, in two of which they having obtained passports from the had been for years, and wo never Government, will proceed to Paris witnessed any of the "atrocities" to tender to President Wilson the wo read about A church burned freedom of tho city of Dublin, reat St. Benolt without any good mili cently voted by tho Corporation, tary reason that I could see; a In Two policemen were killed bulldinir used as a hospital shelled TIpperary on Tuesday and immewith loss of life (tho beggars nearly diately a proclamation was issued got mo there), but there was no placing that county under the way for them to know it was a Crimes act, which means a regime hospital; works of art piled up for much like the occupied. German That looting from Chateau-Thierrcities are undergoing. The Claro is tho whole indictment. But no district has also been proclaimed. crucified soldiers, no babies with their hands cut off, no glrla out OUT OF WAR. raged In trenches to provoke our Boldlers to rush on to doatn to Lieut. Arthur E. Lewis, who rerescuo them, no poisoned food or ceived his commission on Friday ot wells, no women chained to ma last week at the Camp Zachary chine guns and no prisoners playing Taylor Artlllory Training School, treachery. and has slnco been visiting Mr. and I know that sometimes some ot Mrs. William M. Higglns and famour own soldiers wrote such things ily, loft yesterday for Pittsburgh, home, only to be In for a guying where he will spend several days when some trustful relative gave it before reluming to his homo In to the press, but nobody I feel suro Syracuse. Lleit. Lewis is the son Division. In d In the of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lewis, who the invaded territory of Franco we expect another son, Roy Lewis, refound plenty of evidence ot harsh turning from servlco In France, to military occupation. It was bad at arrivo next week, making a double its beet, and some local commanders g and a happy family made it more intolerable. The peo- MAY BE POLAND'S PRESIDENT. event Lieut. Lewis passed an exple were taxed wjthout much to Ignace Baderewskl, noted pianist amination that was most creditable. ehow for their money, forced to work for little or no pay, rationed of world's fame, has been selected and made a host of meads In though with by ihe people of Poland to be their Louisville who will have a warm rather slenderly, enough to sustain strength, had to first President of the republic which welcome for him whenever he may visit Kentucky. put up with requisitions of anlmali, they are about to form. The Mansion House in Dublin was overtaxed when tho first session of tho Irish Parliament was opened Tuesday afternoon, at least 3,000 persons being crowded into tho meeting room. Tho first business PARIS WILD OVER VISITING KING AND QUEEN OF BELGIUM. was tho election of a Chairman, tho to Charles Burgess, Queen Elizabeth, of Belgium, riding In the French capital with Mrs. honor going both happy at tho passing of the after which prayers were offered by Polncare, wife of the President, Rev. Father O'Flanagan, ot RosGerman spectre. Left, Queen Elizabeth; right, Mrs. Polncare. common. The declaration of Independence, houses and somo minor property, read to tho assemblage amid thunsuch as linen and copper down to derous and constant cheering, asthe brass knobs off the stoves. They sorts that "the Irish people alone were also dragooned about to vari- have the power to make laws bindous places to do work for Germany. ing on the Irish people." It deIt all makes an American's blood mands the evacuation of Ireland by boll. tho "foreign" garrison. Writes Letter From Germany TeamOn the credit of tho German acAll members of tho Parliament say that after tho solemnly roso after the document count I shall ing With Interest and first onslaught of wanton killing I had been read and pledged themGood Humor. heard of no case of assault upon selves to use every effort to Ivo women or of mutilation. On tho effect to the declaration. Mention very eastern border of France, how- of the name of Count Joseph ever, and In South Belgium, through Plunkett was cheered to the echo. Father Duffy Marching AVitli Rain- - which we crossed, I heard plenty ot And the name of Sir Edward Carsuch strong and, I fully believe, son was greeted with merriment. bow Division Over tho measures. It E. J. Duggan read an English often unwarranted must havo been hell In Belgian translation of tho declaration of inRhine. towns the first week or two the dependence, which was first road In Germans were there. Then thoro its original Celtic text. came a sudden change, and Belgium There 'has been no interference People Glad to See Them has had vastly better treatment by tho British Government so far Found CHAPLAIN -- Far Better Than English. tho Sixty-nint- Gallo-Roma- j m eoi-dle- rs Clan-Na-Ga- el I ( 9 'J , - lil ilw y. Forty-secon- home-comin- V CH:E?arcTOK,v iifcjtscEr i&kb&l3x&2& Louis Bortrand's Church Debt and Building Association, afternoon PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Catholics and evening. to the Soda! and Moral Advancement ol Irish American tad Comedy 2 drama, February. Young Men's Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. 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STIVERS ft TRADES .";'&',' COUNCIL 9 J$BEZJBG& ljjt;. .. j "Send for a priest," the read That clasped his neck But he, brave soul, was dead When found upon the bloodA - small dUc around; long since ground. HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY DIVISION S. 1818-182- crucifix was in his hand, First and third Fridays, Hibernian Stained by his bloody kiss, 0 ..Home, Portland. This newest of the martyr band LOOKING FOK JOBS. President Tim O'Leary. To taste of heaven's bliss. Vice President Walter Murphy. Thomas F. Coakley, Lt. Chaplain. Financial Secretary John Brod' The ranatlcal prohibition poliDAi. ILS 1LYD ITS erlck, 18C0 Portland avenue. paid and ticians A. Recording Secretary John Leaguers, now that the success or The true Catholic spirit Is shown Martin. prohibition Is in sight, are busllj by the True Voice, and we are In Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. Sergeant-at-Arm- s engaged in looking for other jobs accord with It in saying wo have Martin Shee-haequally as soft, and we can look no desire to add to the troubles of Sentinel Thomas Noone. campaign in the Y. M. C. A. at this time by for an Schulton was among Alexander if the money criticism of Its army work In the visitors J. the near future, that is who from Louisville is put up. The "Y" has troubles arrived In New York last week. France. DIVISION 4. enough of its own these days. Re been Mrs. T. J. Cunning has SAME OLI) ENEMY. turned soldiers are bitter In their. spending the week at Georgetown Meets second and fourth Mondays. Bertrand Hall, Sixth street returning soldiers and sail- - comments on the failure of "Y" visiting her sister, Mrs. R. W. PorThe President John J. Barry. Secretaries to measure up to their ter. ors from France ami England tell Vice President Mark J. Ryan. was. We Recording Secretary Lawrence the same old story; that the Eng- - repsonslblllties across the Mrs. J. P. Hanley left this week n,h hnvn no use for America or can understand how the ehortcom- - to visit Mrs. J. S. Darnell in Frank-to- D. Meany. Financial Secretary Thomas J. react and Mrs. Dennis Dundon in her people, and soldier and sailor, nga of a few recreants would Langan. me wont 01 uie wnoio orgam Paris. other, repeat that, one after the Treasurer John F. Burke. wnen a soldier nas oeen jhoro ivnrn rnnMnupl flclits between zauon. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Patrick Con Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pooley, of hot the Americans and English, and be- refused tobacco, matches ormoney Parkview, have had as their guest nelly. Sentinel M. J. McDermott. Miss Christine Slenor, or North cause of that fact the troops could coffee becauso ho lacks the to pay for them he has good Vernon, Ind. not be brigaded together. Yet the MISSIONARY'S JUBILEE. Evening Post doubts that there Is reason to feel irritated. These are Mrs. William P. Klrley and sister, the things a soldier remembers Miss Ottilia A. llubbuch, are visit O. P., Rev. Richard P. Cahlll, bad feeling in this country against and that he will make others re- Ing Mrs. Leon Huesman, of Blr P. G one or tho Dominican misEngland. sionaries attached to St. Louis Ber- member in the future. Whatever mlngham, Ala. the outcome of tho investigation ENGLAND'S TOOLS. Mis. Katherino craven, after a that has been asked for tho Y. M ilellghtful thieo weeks' visit with The majority of the reports of C. A. as an army organization hasr Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bosier, has returned to her home In Boston the convention In Ireland appearing seen its day. Mass. In the American press are filled with slurs of the Irish people anl PRACTICAL DIPLOMATS. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hannan, their rights to freedom. They be.w who were the guests of Mr. and BaaBo t Under the above head the True Mrs. Thomas Hannan for three all the earmarks of being doctored In London, and only emphasize the Voico last week presented tho fol weeks, have returned to their home In Paducah. fact that the English propagandists lowing views regarding tho peace hearkening conference and Its work: in this country ate but A number of enjoyable social As the time approaches for the functions have been given In New In their to their master's voice. John Bull formal opening of the peace confer Albany for Miss Loretta Blaslu?, Tory eyes and hearts to m they are now busily enco In Paris It is becoming morp whose marriage place.Herbert C. Stlrr BLHa&l&tlBli? x conies first and Kl will soon 'take fighting against America's rights oil evident that President Wilson Is at HBPnHaliK a uisaavaniage. ie nas no aue- and Mr. ani MrS- james Thompson the seas, rights in business everything in which England wants jjuate means of securing publlcltvfand son, James Thompson, Jr., left Wednesday night to dominate. They are Intent on for his proposals. Tho preliminary nome in usprey, for tneir winter wnere iney boys' part in meetings are being held, but the will remain until spring, belittling American disthe war, and to show that there is world knows little about the Robert Hennessy, son of Mr and concerted action on the part of thf cussions that are going on. The was operAnglophobia press, as styled by one Trench have charge of tho publicity Mrs. John II. Hennessy, Monday at on for appendicitis giving out only the ated Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Loula-vlll- e and they are of our local clergymen, the Sts. Times repeated verbatim the bare outlines of the questions that and is getting along nicely. trand's church, will celebrate the It is even statement of the Louisville Herald, have been discussed. St. Helena's Club will act as host- silver jubilee anniversary of his reported that . President . Wilson that England saved America from ess at the Knights of Columbus ordination to tho priesthood with slavery and ruin in the war. This plans to return to America and dance for soldiers and sailors this solemn high mass. tomorrow morn-is the same press that was begging tour the country In order to get hia afternoon, while the Daughters of ing at 10:30 o'eloek, Father Ca1865, per cent. views before the people In a series Isabella will be in charge this even- hlll was born December 5, orders and clamoring Tor 100 made profession of the holy ing. Americans when wo wero at war of addresses. November 11, 1888, and ordained questions 25, Why not be 100 If in the conference with Germany. Sergeant L. S. Cunlff underwent priest January ago 1894, just years today. Most of per cent. Americans when issue. are decided by a majority vote the an operation at camp Taylor a3 a priest Father Cahill's American representatives will be in Wednesday" and his physicians ex- have been spent years a missionary, with England are uppermost? as in a few days a small minority. The only hope of pect good results tho when the plaster cast will be re- and in recognition of his work consuccess seems to lie In prolonged moved. title of Preacher General was BOLSHEVISM. ferred on him about ten years ago. discussions that will bring all tho For months past peoplo JavoJ pMt,e8 tQ a practlcalIy unanimous havo This is tho first silver jubilee anni Mr. and Mrs. F. Zuerner in newspapers, and declBon beforo Iorlual of their versary of any of the local Dominibeen reading vote3 aro announced the marriage nnrl f HA daughter, Miss Louise Zuerner, to can Fathers since April, 1914, when ll..1 ui T) nl nli nolnm ..u,u ienouiii """taken. It Is well known that tho Thomas J. Lynch, which, took place Very Rev. Father T. S. McGovern, dangers threatened therefrom but PresIdent. wson lo noc on January 2 at St. Joseph's Cathe- Rev. F. A. Gaffney, Rev. J. R. bo .. HlctKlns and Rev, Bernard A. Enis fronvirtJne have they been i able toitiiM n . , the dral, Columbus, Ohio. . UlLCb ULMIIUlUt UMIUI1K W J celebrated their anniversary Jointly. -ntain any comprenensivo meas ui , , . mill . o41 ..-During Father CahlH's stay hero ho " Mi;, and Mrs. Al W. Clegg gav what the real principles of Europe has Its pet project ti a dinner at tthelr home in the Park has endeared himself to many, Bolshevik! are. For those who a forgain something from the allied vic- Side apartments Monday night In young and old, and they look part taking would like to know wo have gathward tory. America stands alono in ask- honor of Miss Lillian Clegg and in thewith pleasure to his silver celebration of o ered and publish tho Tollowing, M. Rodger Dougherty, whose which is reliable and not a simple ing for nothing but a just settletook place Wednesday morn- jubilee. ment that will Insure a permanent ing. condemnation . . i "MY NEW CURATE." ana security lor uie weane The term "bolshevik" means Walter M Mucins, of Ohatta rv Wnw f!itran" whlfth was 'party of tho majority" and comes nations. In the scramble for spoils nooga, spent tho first of the week staged from the Russian "bolsho." It was American representatives are at .i hero on business connected with such a success last year when will bo St. Xavier's players, the nam applied to tho extremely gteat- disadvantage because they the Louisville Varnish Company and by tho flp.nln tVifa venx. with tho a brief visit to 'his parents, Mr. and .f tVin SnMnl rtomn. have nothlnc to trade. rn.itnni Sunday night, South opening show onperformances this Mrs. William M. Wiggins, We still hope that President Twenty-fourt- h cratic party following the split irf February 2. Tho street year will afford all the peoplo who that organization in 1905 The. Wilson may win over the bargain cause of dissension In the ranks of hunters to his plan for a Just sot- Aline desire to see Canon Seehan's Barry. Misses Virginia in nnnnrtunltv to witness Helen tho Social Democratic party was not tlement and a league of nations. RjliawK, Margaret uoieman, P.VAVfl this edifying, dramatic and amusing ' on.l TCtitti TtlnliMrl TTnnrlofn .w.H( production, played oy artists unat .". so much difference of opinion over nut ho 'has a difficult task before UUU AbUt.l AlMV.., Gohmann, Aline O'Connor and tho good the principles comprising tho polity him. In Oils country we who feel Ruth Evelyn King were members of a are exceptionally KWlfth of in At. the three cal platform as it was over tho that America won the war find it merry theater party who lunched at last methods of (bringing these principles difficult to appreciate the obstacles Klein's. They meet as a "500" performances away year hundreds nignuy, bo eager wero turned The Bolshovlkl that lie in his path. Wo Imagine club. Into actual being. wore the peoplo to see the dramatiof violent meth- - that England, France were firm adherents "My New and Italy Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Clines, sation of the book, on account Anarchism, terrorism, blood- - shuld "be so grateful for our ods. Audubon Park, entertained with a Curate," but above all such wero tho keynote of their sys- - &lstance lhat they woul(l and ot hearing who words of praiso jnvlto delightful military reception had the ETOOd for tmm thnaa iMcm revoiuuuu 01 Byorauii;1prcsl,lpnt lyiiRon to wrltn the tornw luncheon at their home Wednesday tune to attend, telling them howiem. believed, would ac- of the peace settlement. But that night in honor of Lieut. Arthur E. much character, they tho performance was enjoyeu. N. Y.. ana complish much. Tho Mcnshovikl Is not their attitude. Tho war edst Lewis, of Syracuse, Chattanooga. rt la n ha nut hnfarn tho tmbllc Walter HiKcIns. of (party of tho minority), or opposing them relatively much more than It The home was tastefully decorated eight times this year, which Bpeaks as it is faction, believed in moro moderato cost America. And they aro selfish and Illuminated for the occasion, well for tho entertainment, amateur an greatly enjoyed by quita unprecedented that means to tho end, and revolution, enough to think that their advan- - which was in show can have a capacity housepera largo gathering. according to their view, to produce: l tm . v.t. ntm.tlrl ug I Louisville for that number of ... vugu uun auuum A iu vinrtl4tA iujjuiuuu results must be widespread O'Connor formances. If tho show wero not Mr. and Mrs. Martin to uie sacriiices iney uuve mime, claimed to be the finest participation by all classes. active 'idealism was all very well in state announce tho marriage of their what it is ever staged in To better appreciate the hold that ments as to why each nation was daughter, Ruth Daniels, to Ser- amateur performance not attempt so geant Francis L. Farrell, the cere- r.nniaxHiin it nould upon EastBolshevism has obtained fighting. But President Wilson now mony taking place In St. Patrick's many performances. Tho first parern Europe, an understanding of finds wm do "on aunuay uism evening at 7 tormanco o Monday himself confronted with verv rectory ami nn nvArv Sunday rnkmon, Russian life in general is essential. practical diplomats who are looking o'clock. Very Rev. Father Cronln night in February, also Thursday officiating. Oppressed for centuries under the Miss Time Hughes and practical bargains and they William Murray acted as attendants. night, February 6, 'and Thursday Czars, uneducated, grossly supersti- for tho night, February 13; also two mat outnumber him ten to one. The groom is stationed with a, -- :o tious, religious almost to tho point transportation army service at New- inees, Sunday, a'eoruary birthday, of fanaticism, the Russian peasant port News and is hero on a fur- p. m., and Washington's 1CNIGHTS' SCHOOL. and worklngman could hardly call lough. Following the ceremony a February 22. Reserved seats, which admission, will be fifty his soul his own. Then came tho With lots of pep the "Knights' reception was held at the home of include They can bo procured at .tho starry cents. sudden freedom, the Czar was over- School," as the night school ot tho groom's sister, Mrs. avenue, rn..T-onnrlfl fitnro. 129 nliiirr.li Portland Doerr. of 2204 of and another was hold at the homo South Fourth, and tho principle of thrown and the proletariat turned Louisville Council, Knights m first come, Jirst servea, win ue are against religion, looking upon the Columbus, is popularly known, will of the bride's parents. Thirty-fift- h ThA rnvArand sisters church as the Czar's instrument of open its winter term on Monday. and Main streets. After his. flis imxin February J Invited oppression. Atheism has resulted February 3, and continue in session charge from the service Mr. and and are to tho matinee requested to write or teleend of May. For several Mrs. Farrell viu uve nere. And aihetem ot the masses breed3 until the phone some days ahead how many open to all boys years these will be expected to attend. It will moral degeneration. The glittering and young classes, of Louisville, LOTTO PARTY. men be a pleasure for the St. Xavier's promises by Bolshevik leaders of irrespective of creed and conducted Vnrt. Thursday nljcht tho Colum authorities to have as many of the And food with control without tuition fees, have been a plenty of land Louisville bia Athletic Club will hold Its big Sisters to como as possiDio to enjoy of of working conditions consummated valuablo feature lotto party, and as ad this entertainment. Prospective students are tho iibaele, and we find whole Council. requested to enroll at once with mission is free a large attendance FORTY HOURS. naifoM going insane over an. utterly Secretary S. R. Hardman at the K. seems assured. The young men of imtHNMiMfl Utopia. of 0. club house, 816 Fourth ave- this popular elub know how to enwith nrnpeftdtnn and exposition obtain tertain mean from BoWwvkwa Jut five nue,necessarywhom they can Several secured and for thla occasion have the Forty Hours' prayer will openg prlaes. The maay handsome information. morn-lathings: High wages, don't work, take all party will take plaee at tbe olub at the high mM tomorrow Shelby oi at St."lMartla' hureh, come to pwtMa property, se paaleh-- t years ago he was cwalrmanaad wiU heme, 621 Bast St. Catherine street. other ConmKtee Educational aad He taaa&ee. AM tae thoroughly experieaeed la all its Also to be iflvea amy will he a street. The dawtiew will solemn clow oa TtM0ay. Betake-- 1 JJ.5& gold pieee. meh esuto, ia ikl mind, are terrorism and shed. Anti-Saloon LOUISVILLE, KY.,- - SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1919 ' Majestic Oil Company of America INCORPORATED Realty Building. 4. Louisville, Ky. SOCIETY. ! n. anti-cigaret- te TO OUR STOCKHOLDERS : 11 We beg to announce that we have Drilled, in Well No. 2, Ross Greek, Estill Gounty, estimated at seventy-fiv- e barrels. Well No. 1, Ross Greek, Estill County, seventy-fiv- e barrels. This gives the compamy approximately 1 1 li 50 barrels daily production. ' rt I Now drilling two more wells in same locality, which, when drilled in, should be as good as Nos. and 2, giving the company sufficient production to defray all expenses of further development, thereby enabling us to discontinue the sale of stock. Leases controlled by the company in Kentucky and Tennessee in the following counties: Wolfe, Bath, Floyd, Breathitt, Lawrence, Johnson, Magoffin, Knox, Whitley, Estill, Nelson and Spencer counties, Kentucky, and Scott and Campbell counties, Tennesse. Breathitt County Lease, located next to Wolfe Coal Co., on which big well was brought in last month. Parkersburg rig now being set up at BARDSTOWN, NELSON COUNTY, to begin drilling, where we expect to open a new oil field. Limited amount of stock now being sold at JHaBH 50 Cents Per Share Par Value $1.00 1 M HaWMt' " - Majestic Oil Company of America INCORPORATED REALTY BUILDING. LOUISVILLE, KY. RECENT DEATHS. twen-ty-fli- ve Tho funeral of Mrs. Rosa Leber, 530 East Jefferson street, took place from St. Boniface church Monday morning. Deceasedwas the widow of Dr. F, C. Leber and was held In high esteem by all her neighbors In She was and acquaintances"! Liberty Insurance Bank OCCUPIES NOW NEW QUARTERS WEST MARKET STREET, BET. SECOND AND THIRD Hundreds are joining our War Savings Club. One dollar's worth of Blue Ribbon Garden Seed free with every new savings deposit of $1.00 or more. Club limited to 1,000 members. . EXPERT nooJtliMpIng' Accounting t her seventy-fourt- h year. - Bj the death or Mrs. Adelheld Clllng, widow ol Bernard filling, St. auloses Boniface congregation She ditor ot Its oldest" members. years old and was eighty-thre- e 1 ed f . the," .,,. . ,., mar-rlag- Michael Dcvenny, aged was held from St. Louis Bortrand's church, of which he had long been Ho had been a faithful member. making his home with his George Ashabranncr, 624 Park avenue. seventy-two, son-in-la- at 01 South Preston. The funeial was held Monday morning. .Monday morning the funeral of Business Success Is Yours jou master these wonderful systems. They meet They mndern conditions and Government requirements. sue tho student 20 per cent, in time and money over the old bookkeeping methods or ritmnn or Graham Shorthand. Taught cxclusHcly at When Rryaht Stratton Business College, (Incorporated) Third and Walnut New Classea nCTflCTTCTOKMMMraMMK Louisville, Ky. Day and. Night Pi ...... - nln-iMii- James C. Bane, son of tho late Mark and Annie Bane, succumbed Tuesday to tuberculosis, from which he had long been a sufferer. He was a brother of John Bane, who The remains wero survives him. to hi ought from Waverly Hills Smith's Son's chapel and tho funeral took place Thursday morning from St Louis Bortrand's church. Saturday night Mrs. B. Guthrio Mooney, widow of M. J. Mooney, died after a short illness at tho home ot her daughter, Mrs. Thomas Gorman, In tho Loemker apartBesides Mrs. Gorman she ments. is survived by a son, John J. and a daughter, Miss Mooney, Her funeral took Madgo Mooney. Holy niimo Tupwinv moraine from Name church. Rev. Father O'Connor Start Monday SIIOtrrD BE? IIC E5VJGJRY IIOiVIE; mas-tornlo- rn , MAGIC WHITE SOAP MK Extra Good Soap HIADK V IX JiOUISVIIiLK ( By Magic-Kell- er Soap WorRs INCORPORATED HH2E813a ( StKKKffiStSSISJSSBJSBlg d. - M I conducting tho solemn ooseuies. Molntyre, Mrs. Hannah Sexton widow of Charles W. Mclntyre, died of heart disease Saturday at the homo of her brother, Daniel Sexton, 1610 "We3t Broadway. Besides her brother, she is survived by her .tv,n- - ulro TTnnnnh ftaxton. and two sisters, Mrs. John Tlgho and Miss Maggie Sexton. Funeral services were held Tuesday morning at Sacred Heart churcn, Rev. Patrick requiem msu Walsh celebrating mass. Where the QuicK Meal Comes In Where tho homo is brightest ; Whore tho work is lightest; Where tho meal Is cooked best; Where- tho range stands tho test tho where That's "Quick Meal" conies In. - Where work Is quickly done; Where cooking seem real fun; Where baking gives delight; Where drudge is out of sight the That's where "Quick Meal" comes in. FORTY HAPPY YEARS. Last week Mr. and Mrs. James Sullivan, highly esteemed and widely known residents ot Frank fort, completed torty years h huiw married lifo when their children, Qalek Meal Gaa ns Sold, Iaatalled aad Highly IteoQmmaadad GBHER & SON, H. 1. w. market st. Pns. and c?,ff r, Sullivan and Michael Sullivan, and grandchildren wero tneir guesis ut a family dinner party. Another son was absent, being with tho Marines In Franco. MEN'S SOCIAL CLUB PARTY. Club of St. The . Men's Social ...111 . O nl.nn i.t- -" school - hall, UoiumDas paiibH In s.ae euchre and lotto ,- MrS. Tnsnnl, StlnlMY. Tuioa .Tnlla Sullivan. XlOUiS BANNBN, Frank PfWt art MiHpr. P. IANMBH, 1R., Vic TrJiJ. P. BANNON Sewer aad CaWert Plat, Fire PreeaBrf, Flae PIPE CO. Baanaa's Pateat Lidded Pipe far Steaa Conduits, raid-wint- er ." feature ol lllc uveums n presentation ot a numbered card, " absolutely ireo, iu cow attends, which will entitle the lucky day, January 28. The games begin at :an p. . will v LWall CeplBtf, Drain Tile, Vitrified Brick, Mala, Fire BrlcK Grate aad Belter Tile, Fire Clay, Ckimaey Teas. OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH J STREET. ! ie ta One a'IU jhw Ilwiriy tWCo-- F fn .i.avhm. La AvtaiidhWi V fill. vw w t5vr vc !:atjMteatiw'ij WORK9 PHONES CITY 873-178- CUMB, MAIN S07. Thirteaatk aad Breekiaridg aad ninth aad Magaalia. v ,,, . 5X-- f ffiEfcNTJOKY RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American arc 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. ' XI&JL&&L """ '" A&KJBlf&JKJS. I IV' "".'J. .. " ' ' """", '"" ' "" '" "" """MB 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 VELDiNa Export Attention On Repairs On All Makes of Cars SPECIALISTS ON FORD REPAIRING Koad Service. Home City 8300 Home Phcme 2550 JOHN D. ROMMEL CO. 014 South Third St. FISK TIRES ACCESSORIES Louis A. Broring, 900-90- D. D. S. DENTIST 1 ' AUTO WELDING & REPAIR GO. ERNEST SMITH, Prop. 718 SOUTH SEVENTH ST., LOUISVILLE, ICY. STARKS BUILDING. Attention, and Quality." Home PhoW, Shawnee 803 NATIONAL HATTERS TOM TOLAKIS, Prop. 825 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, By. Suits Pressed While You Walt. Hats Cleaned and Blocked While Home Phone City 1931 You Wait. Soldiers' Uniforms and Hats a Specialty. Work Called For and Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, ticSmoki&s j3re,"va:'Hour. Th& Thx, Smoke Ob injLl1 wEml Hi Alt B m I yfttt; miiii tKyKfAwABiur i Both Phones 2300 r-- flH i" 'TOfT W J T IP I iIHWIHWi II 'iwli IIM ITwTK "- - iHrYilfflp n ' V-i rr-- tt ' y?Iii1BB J. M. DR.WM. C. BUCKNER Announces the openingWHITE of his office TOBACCONIST mi i riiwrwwf itr ' Tn ii wiiWi'ii n WHOLESALE i" "t ruuruary j. iie 'l'crT, JT' y 7ii iTi TOTHMTJOHrHHWiB 000 West Main Street Louisville, Ky. win discontinue treating diseases of tho Eyo and ' will LIMIT HIS PRACTICE TO ' DISEASES OF THE ' EAR, NOSE" ru TMHUAT. 708-71- SAM L. ROBERTSON Suite xiiunci; 2 : Uy $u4o; .Main 3040. Atlicrton :: Building.' THE BIRTH OF THE GERMAN REPUB LIC. 2 Following the overthrow of the autocratic Government of Germany, headed by Emperor William, the MONEY. CO. JOIIN B. O'LEARY & SEE POOLEY FOR present republic was inaugurated by proclamation in Berlin. This the first photograph to arrive in this Underbill St. InHeadquarters for pronunclamento to a great crowd Geo. Dearborn country shows Phillip acheidemann, moderate Socialist, reading the Loans to those having regular Manager comes or salary, with no publicity CITY PROPERTY gathered In front of the Reichstag building. AND FARM housekeepers to or red tape. Loans security. Stan tin about, anvthine In real Home Phone City 7638 Highland 1033 an their personal of coercion for tho vastly major STILL KNOCKING Y. M. C. A. JUSTICE FOR IRELAND. estate. We sell, buy and rent part of the country when any disafF. R. POOLEY, JOS. V. SPANINGER CHILE CAFETERIA Chaplain John M. Williams, of BUNGER'S 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Building, from the Rev. fection on the part of the people The following Room 1, Courier-Journa (Methodist John O'Connor, pastor of Holy manifests itself with laws that are the 167th Infantry, City 4464. GROCERY AND SALOON, FINE Home Phone 438 South Fifth Street 415 S. Fourth Stroef. to the not to their liking. And this can minister of Besemer, Ala., returned Name church, addressed WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS editor of the Evening Post and ap be whether during peace or war, as to this country Saturday and when FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN COMPANY 370 Baxter Avenno pearing m that paper Saturday, will for instance in 1914 England was questioned about the Y. M. C. A. WM. P. BANNON T. E. YANN 'DAIRY prove interesting to many readers unwilling to enforce the home rule activities said: Incorporated. bill In the face of Orange opposi HENRY SOHUH "As a minister I have been an GEO. F. BREITENSTEIN MA CONTRACTING PLASTERER CHINE CO. tion several months before the war active Y. M. C. A. worker most of 1403 Seventh Street my life. But my experience in tho began, must have It suspended be Brook and Bloom 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. 3 East Main Street cause of tho war, but instantly fiont line trenches where the Y. M. Choice Staple and Fancy GROCumb. S. 163-City 8380 SPHaalaaBlalalalalalalalalalalallalalafl ready In 191C with machine gun, C. A. never penetrated alters my Automobile Repairing, Engines, CERIES, MEAT and VEGETABLE Both Phones 4202 rifle and the gallows to suppress view of that body. I saw them sell rumps, Elevators and General Ma- MARKET, Fine Teas and Coffees, the Pearse rebellion in Dublin. cigarettes that were Intended for chinery Repairs Promptly Attended Butter a Specialty. City Home Home Phone City 1533. Phone 2147; Cumb. South 1568-for a franc a To. Coercion must not be employed to free distribution Home City 2803 "SOUTHERN STAB." suppress rebellion among the Eng- package, and tho boxes were marked REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY lish and Scotch in Belfast and 'ad For Distribution To Bo Given SLICED BACON THE MERRY WILL CANTEEN CO. H03D3 SPOT CANTEEN jacent places, but meted out un Away.' " Griddle In the "All Ready for Your FRED HORNUNG, JR. Edwin L James, the newspaper hesitatingly and unscrupulously to Coke Station, Camp Taylor, Ky. Morning" MERCHANDISE FOR the Irish at the slightest sign of correspondent, writes as follows In GENERAL AND GAS FITTING PLUMBING Everything for tho Soldiers SOLDIERS HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE tho Literary Digest: 'alasalaH disturbance. Now why this courso Jal Cigars, Restaurant 713 West Jefferson Street of piocedure? And you know I am "But let us take an Instance I LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. N Candles, Cigars. Soft Louisville, Ky. not overdi awing the picture. Incorporated It witnessed of four doughboys who Tobacco. Drinks, Right Place for FIRST CLASS SERVICE Tho shows to any fair, unprejudiced walked five and a half kilometers Right alalsalalaH Wm"'m Prices. O. 4203 S. 9192-mind England's bad faith In tho in the rain to buy some cigarettes J. E. SCHWARTZ whole matter; that there Is no sin- from a Y. m. U. a. canteen ana got ANIMALS DEAD Both Phones 2406 cere desire to do Justice to Ireland. there ten minutes after 6 o'clock, Highland Park, Ky. This Is further shown now by the 6 being closing time for tho Y. M. HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAH) 0 0. FRESH MEATS GROCERIES, whole matter being tossed aside C. A. man. He refused to sell them BUILDER Phono City 721; VEGETABLES, ALL KINDS FEED Adolph Rontlingor it was after with contemptible sophistry by cigarettes because Call Home Prime Minister Lloyd George, say- hours and they had to walk back Cumb. Phono Main 721. Home Phone Parkway 350 INSURANOH ing, "The Irish question will be five and a half kilometers eleven 3431 MONTGOMERY STREET 2255-CO. TORNADO, LIABILITY AND Cumb. Phone South LOUISVILLE RENDERING settled when the Irish agree." kllome'teis (seven miles) in all In PLATE GLASS Never has any nation of people tho rain and without their cigar Home Phone "Shawnee 1010 so completely agreed a3 do tho Irish ettes. 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET Those lads were sore and WUEST BROS. When In Louisville Store Your Car people as to but for their comrades to whom they reat the the- first time in all history It must ported were sore, ENGRAVERS 6 WEST HILL STREET FRANK A., OHLMANN be an absolute agreement on their "I have seen dozens of times a FATHER J T. O'CONNOR KOERNER & STRADER GARAGE part to please England, not tho Y. M. C. A. man refuse to sell SOHLIOH ENGRAVING COMPAHY Manufacturers of Specialties, Gen. 000 East FrankUn Street 110 E. Main or 110 W. Main of the matches to soldiers because they who are watching events In Ireland: agreement of oral Machine and Model Work ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS g This whole did not have the right change and Editor Eonlng Post In your people Steel Stamping Gas, Oil and Repairing, Washing ELEOTROTYPERS Issue of yesterday you furnish your courso of England toward Ireland he did not have It. I once asked GROOERB3S AND FRESH MEATS and Polishing a Specialty. Home Phone, City 6648 readcis with an editorial entitled shows the matter will never be set- a Y. M. C. A. man why he not give Cumb. Main 967-W. Main St., 335 Louisville, Ky. Home, City 3481. "In Ireland," and give It as your tled If left to England. There will some soldiers three cents' worth of Home Phone City 6674 opinion that It will be well for always be the humble subserviency matches. He replied that if he did PRINTING ARTISTIC MISSISSIPPI AND OHIO AND President Wilson and thesllfeaco to a handful of Orangemen In the he would have to make It up out Roofing KENTUCKY RIVER LINE Commissioners to keep hands off 6t North and brutal coercion for the of his salary, and he could not do National SOUTH LOUISVILLE WORK SAVINGS FIRST CLASS Ireland and its present movement Irish nation, brutal, irritating In- -' that. Company AND DEPOSIT BANK nice tho appointment of the "There was another instance of a J. S. JONES. Agent Give- This Office Your Next. Ordet for some recognition by England of suits INCORPORATED Its right to With unspeakable French as Lord Lieu- battalion marching back from the Tarred Felts, Fourth and Central Avenue disapprove of, front line, and because it was Pitch, Coal Tar, (A Specialty). you go on to tell us why the tenant, which you Louisville W. GREEN ST. this 317 Fourth and River, Gravel Roofing Tory, Gen. French, Is not acceptable but mildly dismiss as a mistake raining and dark the men did not Three Par Hon. Paid nn Smrlnira City 946 Telephone 124 W. Main If the reach their billeting area until 11 Phones: Main 9214; City 416 DeDOslts. to the Irish people as Lord Lieuten- on thq. part of England. A General Rankincr Tinnf. ness Transacted. ant, giving no semblance of reasons Irish question Is not considered In o'clock. Now the Y. M. C. A. man Phones City 1250; Main 1400-Y- . this peace convention, then the closed up at 10 o'clock, and when why jou hold the above opinion Now since the most of your read- Piesident's points are but cant and soldiers, wet and tlerd and cold, ers know little or nothing about hypocrisy, and will, more than the asked for some hot coffee this Y. are all flrrt 1 l.Eftl mi.-- ! Theia tlr 20x8 ti n Irish affairs, not troubling them- future of any other one, cause him M C A. man refused to get up and name and utxlti manner 8.85 .took, wltn Tbefmold Wb. CL 20x3 selves to study the situation, are of to return home a thoroughly dis- serve It." 10.9 30x3 U Thermold PI. CL in Thermold PI. 8a 82x3 1. at We loUclt a call to lapet oar stock course proud to accept your state- credited manmen tho minds of all BOtn iore 12.fi Thermold Ns. 8a at any rate, In 32x3 WILL BE HEARD. ment without question, It occurs to mo that In all fairness you should ejes of all persons who have a drop Main Office XNCORrORATBD Louisville Tire and Rubber Co, cutIoi"33 teo 8. rxrxx st. Although no official notice has ' Unln 1A9Q for their light guidance give the of Irish blood in their veins. Retail Branch LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY President Wilson, for his -- courso been received that the committee Incorporated reasons why you arrive at such a K8 S. TKXBS ST. LARGEST IN THE SOUTH. I myself am puzzled at so far, deserves the highest ad- named by the Irish Parliament in conclusion. on Tuesday, comprising ' it, and can't see why If President miration of all for fearless courago Dublin Wilson, pressing home this one of and strict justice, and I can't be- Count Tlunkett, Prof Edward de 5e his fourteen points "that small na- lieve for a moment that he will Valera and Arthur Griffith, was to present the follow the course In this matter coming to Paris .. .. A ,f ,t, .t pinno vmir nnle.T for Wax Candles tions should have the right of as to their form of that you advocate. The one as- claims or Ireland to stock. Lowest prices. now. Big to the Peace Conference, It ha3 tounding feature that presents Itself Altar Laces m gold and vjhite. aid government" should Include Ire In our dally papers of today is tho already been determined that If the land, any consequences hurtful to . and Surplice Laces in great vanetj Its Ireland or the United States or any wave of anglomanla that appears to delegation secures passports the Religious articles, Sanctuary supplies. other nation could occur. have overwhelmed them. They all application for admission to St. Bernard Lump Why Is It that there is a readi seem to wear the Northcllffe collar conference to represent Ireland as Ton nationality will be more intent Rogers Church Goods Co. ness on the part of all to see to It- and are than Americanon furthering an independent the Committee on WEST VIRGINIA Interests. passed upon by Jugo- English Poland, that We are now prepared to deliver coal This 129 S FOURTH AVE. German prop- Credentials under the rules The Slovla, etc., shall have the right of MINE RUN aganda of the past pales into In- committee Is the sole judge In- promptly to all parts of city. organshall be COMES BY RIVER ized into separate nations, but at significance by the side of the John itially on all applications Tor ad- ST.BERNARD MINING CO. PERFECT FITTING 10c mission to the conference, although the mention of Ireland their hands Bull propaganda of the present. (Incorporated) Both Phonos 032. John O'Connor. possibly an appeal might lie to the GLASSES go up and solemn warnings are Kxcellent furnace and steam SPECTACLES AND EYE full conference In certain circumgiven, touch it not? And yet IreA. J. 5c coal. WILL TIIEV FJND WORK. stances. Thus far the Credentials land Is a moro homogeneous nation held no meetings, Committee has than any one of the above menWhen the civil war ended the but as It Is expected that there will tioned, and has not ceased for time DUGAN COAL CO. Best Cigars Made country was confronted by a new be a flood of applications from out of mind to strive for manageon at. wnsirnnf of findlnc minor nationalities or races, it Is mnmnn and riTcommunity centers; ment of her own national affairs, trouble, the trouble to Settlements balance of SECOND AND RIVER that her people shall determine something toa restore a people had the Intention of the committeepur- case work; clinics, recreation, surveys. M"J'SMJM'MHH hold a meeting shortly for the For reconstruction, work among soldiers own Indeed sanity after war crazed their Mam 004-and among ana pose of adopting a code of rules and their families equivalent to war "Ai Ncur to You as the Nearest how can President Wilson, If he be divided against one another thoso PhoBt" workers. Salaries W.lfflrA fliiBfnmntilltf ttntri hv OftMfll principle he has whoso homecoming was met by to be followed. conlsstent with the wasted homes and scattered famagencies. Applicants please send rer- conenunciated, omit Ireland from erenca xruiu a,n,A In iA,nl1 ttAAlol qu- - FUNERAL paaiui, dvuvui cu.u FORM UNIQUE CLUB. FLOWERS Oculists' Prescriptions. sideration? He must include Ire- ilies. It was rumored at the tlmo .In.tj... .ml Mr. that certain Government officials land or abandon ithis point altovice schooling and professional field A SPECIAL SPRAY $3.00 were glad to throw these men Into SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY gether. One of the most unlquo Interde- - experience. Address: XXCORFQBATXD If as you say that the Irish ques- tho war In the West about Texas, nmnlnnttnnnl clubs In America has mlttee on Women's Activities National A SPKCIAL WREATH $5.00 tion bo settled by England and and ever since Texans Is a tltlo heen formed In Denver, consisting Uatnoiio war wounui) vov fuunccuiu Fourth and Chestnut. Scotland, then with i;qual force and applied to men of brave deeds. We of twelve clergymen of tho Cath St., N. W., Washington, D. C. aptness may it be said that the have heard, too, old wise headed olic, Protestant ana Jewisn iauns, Polish question be settled by Russia men advancing the Idea that tho who will meet fortnightly at a dinby earth becomes too crowded and that ner to discuss topics or movements k and Germany, the sets tho for the uplift of the community In k by Italy God permits wars, even Austria, tho W. MARKET 426 and Greece. Would suoh settlement stage for them In order that the which all churches can engage with JL.OTJISVJXL.E" KY. be deemed just? Of course not. It overplus may fall on tho fields of out compromising tneir various We telegraph Flowars Everywhere Tho olnh will never have A complete line of Furniture at could not be entertained for a mo- battle. If we were pushed to find The prices that are always the lowest. ment, and yet tho past proves that a means of safety for our home- moro than fifteen members. NORTON BUILDING you can look for Justice in Ireland's coming soldiers in 1866, tho situa- clergymen comprising it are men SatlsfaetloB guaranteed. Slve your loju a cdneattoa ttutt will dn tion presort tfcna for Ufa. N. W. Corner Fiurth aad Jefferson case in a settlement by England just now. should be more complicated who take an interest both Thochurch CathMany men have been prom- and civil welfare work. as much as could bo lookod for in they formerly olics are Rev. William O'Ryan, ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE ised situations where tho instances mentioned. MEXICAN RAVAGES. Can this be denied? Has Eng were omployed and of courso tho rector of St. x.eors cnurcn, anu 113 "W. Broadwuy, loaUvUl, Xy. land ever shown any sincere pur- - death list was heavy, and however Father Hugh L. McManamln, rector Representative Stephen G. Porter, sad we may feel in thinking of It Cathedral. Among the other Classical, Sclentlflo and Business BECKER o Pennsylvania, has begun a study Irish and of bringing about a satis- we must consider that these empty of the are Bishop Irving Pcake Courses. Preparatory DR. JOHN members Company and was well Swimming Pool, Well Department, Larr Equipped Oymnaof conditions in Mexico, the con- factory settlement Irish situations will help to give morale Johnson, Episcopalian Bishop of and Rubber the bereaved parents viuiu. icsium of tho moaeraie. tinued ravages against American question, though nothing moro has to another discouraged and work-les- s Eastern Colorado; Bishop Francis known. For OPTOMETRIST, Pro. Benjamin. "Mr. citizens and the move on the part been demanded than the President 'soldier. And the farms should J. McDonnell, of the Methodist many feel slncerest sympathy. Rabbi William IN FITTING GLASSES of the Carranza Government to con- now says the new small nations of not be forgotten when work is be- Episcopal church; SPECIALIST fiscate American oil properties there Europo shall have. ing considered for our brave men. Friedman, of Temple Emanuel; POPE'S MESSAGE TO AMERICA. through an amendment to the conor Dr. Peavey, head of the Hiff MethTwenty Years' Experieuco. We need to look no larther bacic There are few people, men Archbishop CerrettI, Papal Under stitution, nationalizing oil holdings. than England's recent dealings with women, who will not find fiiat itho odist School of Theology. Pri es Reasonable. Secretary, arrived hero Sunday from prepared a resolution Funeral Directors Baildiaft, Third Floor He has an investigation of the call- Ireland. Twice within the last five roots of their hearts are fastened 315 SUrka tho following op- years has a home rule bill been to the earth with a substantial love. Romo and brought ing for UPON HONOR ROLL. Fourth and Walnat. messago from Pope Benedict to the Govern- passed by the British Parliament The Government could furnish these erations of the Carransa Embalmers. Phone City 1180. ment in this direction. According and signed by the King, and yet soldiers out and guide them to Monday night Mr. and Mrs. Pat- American people: "Tell them that years and thus foster rick Fahey, 703 East Broadway, re- I love and admire them. Tell them BIO to Congressman Porter there have home Tule is now farther off than ASV2CTUm n or mora Ameri- ever. What stands in the way? The Independence and been a An ceived telegrams announcing that that I lovo their ardor and spirit. Ylfikoa 19ML cans killed in Mexico in the last opposition of a faction In only six idler usually becomes more or lees their eon, Martin Patrick Fahey, of Tell them that I am In full accord year. This information was received counties of Ireland, and this com- criminal, but a worker holds a the Company, Fifth with their noble ideals and their by him in an oil journal, which posed not of Irishmen, but those of Jewel, an honorable bond witfi the United States Marines, had made high principles of freedom and Jus- JOHN B. RATTERMAN CerrettI came Dr. Uriah Z. Lltsiy gave a complete Hat of the murders English and Scotch descent or world. tho supreme sacrifice. Young Fahey tice." Archblahop opposiand the circumstances. These (he Is birth. was severely wounded at the frost, here to attend Cardinal Gibbon's In the face of the FUNERAL DIRECTOR may savh nan. now investigating through the State tion to home xule of this small but and after being removed to the Jubilee, which waa pcatponed oa Department. AM this Investigation powerful minority, England appears hospital pneumonia developed and account of tho lnfluenaa epldIc. 2U4 WEST MARKET STREET 4 arks might also inelude the ruthless per- Impotent to establish and enforce The Catholic ofeuroh may save caused his death on January 1. Be- Tho ArehbiBhop told of mtiag 1UUb Phones Shawaee 1243. Cumberland secution of ohuroh aad clergy aader her aets of Parliament in Ireland, Germany from her worst efiemles fore giving his service to his coun- President Wilson in Parte aad fee TPWaa"iBialW try he was with tie Walbeek Tire wonderful reception accorded him. Weet 1107a. lath Pfc3r the Oarrasxa regime. sut can readily set in motion means the reds. 014-02al 508-51731-73Y Y. HENRY GOSS CONTRACTOR FOR Roofing, Guttering, ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOBi Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted St. 1315 S. Twenty-sixt-h Asphalt Shingles a Specialty Broadway, Louisville, Ky. Home Phono Shawnee 868 2011 W. .'" v Jl .' "J"1' THE SIGN OF QUALITY Slghl'd 741S East 180 i ' KENTUCKY LAUNDRY CO. Incorporated PEOPLE'S PROVIDENT ASSOCIATIOS' Incorporated Wa Organized tiy n Citizens Well-know- Tt to Vs - Male , XS On rarnttnre and Other Prioml ' Property at LOWEST BATES COLEMAN BUILDING, S, E. COR. THIRD AND JEFFEIISON Both Phones 288S OA KrV A ARTHUR A. WILL RXUTLINOEB FIRE Y -- et, - 934-93- nine-tent- double-dealin- A - FIRST GUARANTEED STOGK. B MrA fair-mind- COAL I CandlesmasDayIsFcb.2 (' Supply and .'I eft94tli i fr- - K , C0-A-- L Pr -- r aa VUyJ SMOKE Lady Dash Little Czecho-Slovi- a, niuch-talked-- of jTARPY'S t CJQ WANTED! A. -- " FRED ERHART ARCHITECT Czecho-Slova- Jugo-Slova- fn P. H. B OSS E SON and FKHH self-relia- nt CORNS,BUNIONS Ckiriat 87 half-doze- self-respe- ct. Forty-seven- th j.j ftir e. jcbodxjokiy LOUISVILLE'S "HICK" FIRE DEPARTMENT irih jMcx&iuoAsg:. KNIGKTS OF Late New Members MMBK wnntiittHtHiiiiitimtttmmwm HERMAN STRAUS el fOURTH Sweeping-Ou- t That Will Interest Hero and AVemit wCOVPMATerO SONS WARKCT STREET J ' I i We dive and Redeem dold Trading Stamps. Sale MEN'S-rWOMEN'S-CHILDR- Mo. Sixty new members were initiated last Sunday at Springfield, Ohio. Moro than 200 candidates received the three degrees last Sunday at Cincinnati. A very successful initiation was conducted Sunday at Brookfleld, TanuarT CLEARANCE! This is a event with usan opportu- nity for you that comes but once each season. You -' really can't afford to miss it. semi-annual J . Of the irreproachable "Boston" quality are nW priced to save yo.u from 52c to $3.02 on fall and 'winter, 191$, styles. DonY buy shoes this week without first "looking in" at the Boston. SH0ES X'wtJ&fo&M ascaaaazB 41T-4- i- - FOURTH AVENUB' of Inter-Southe- rn Life Insurance Co. d, Snap-Shof how our reform" Fire Department will take care near Mayor Smith's $2,000,000 apparatus and a near view of a near fireman. ot ( I Interest In Catholic society circles was that of conservatively managed, medium-size"Why not lake nn agency for a Miss Lillian Clegg and Rodger clean, progressive company, ulioso treatment of agents and What They Have Been Doing Dougherty, solemnized with nuptial courtesies with all of the policyholders and uhoso standing and the Past Week General high mass on Wednesday morning American Llfo Insurance Companies give It a position of the very News Notes. at 8:30 o'clock at the Cathedral of highest rank? tho Assumption by tho Rev. Father The music was In P. M. CAPITAL, RESERVE AND SURPLUS FOR PROTEC-TIORemember tho Ladles' Auxiliary charge of Mrs. David Malonoy. The enterea to ionengnn's weu5. OF POLICYHOLDERS MORE THAN $4,500,000 open meeting on February Pnt.rtnlr'n (coupie MUiyu uuu uuiius XJIO cere- U,UB T.noi.1 Rt lohmnn nf mn State of Kentucky under the Deposit with the nPe day Is being discussed by tho County sung. The undo a tailored Compulsory Deposit Law more than $4,600,000. nnnrfi over all requirements $1,000,000, """ Excess deposit ' Hibernians are giving the Friends "?, ..T" "" or 20 per cent, moro than the law requires. thlr l0yal aDd ot Mrs'. Ward's rows. After tho renewal commissions, so Undivided support. InAromnnv a hrenkfnst wan jmrvwil at For good, clean agency contracts with own have an IndependPresident Tim O'Leary, of Division tho home of the hrldn'a narAnts. that you may build up a business of your Office and tho Company. of Home $, nas mappea out a strenuous cam- - Mr. ami Mm. ip. a. ninet ent permanent income, address the tnv tho palgn for hls division. immediate families. Mr. and (Mrs. INTER-SOUTHER- N LIFE INSURANCE CO. Jamea Curran, ono of tho veteran Dougherty left later in the day for members of tho order, 1b recovering a trip East, and upon their return KY. LOUISVILLE, from his attack of pourlsy. will make their homo with Mrs. parents In Windsor Mombors of Division 3 appreciate Dougherty's the friendship of Manager Wentzell, place. The best wishes of a legion of the Normandy Theater. of friends follow tho happy couple Tho County Board met Wednesday lno their wedded life. ' evening, with County President, bIbHbbkV John H. Hennessy In tho chair. SURPRISE FOR DIVISION. bbbbbb 2 -2 Lbs. For 90c Division 4 will meet next Monday ZTI 71X11 CTDT evening and a smoker will bo held' jk C9VTXT THAT IS ZKOWX TO Division 3, A. O. H., with QUAxrrr. tho business session. ident Tim O'Leary leading, has be- SSrj'ya '" ttW Louisvlllo should be represented gun work that promises "gratifying at tho Irish race convention callpd results long before the end of the Importer and Roaster of High Grade Coffee, Sold to meet In Philadelphia next month. At a well attendcd meeting Direct to Consumer. ?i : on Frtday night of last week the 2ia W. KAStXET HT. IIUI8TILLE, XT. ?,? i E named the standing com- e nuhs ,PSldent frith remittance and we 9 Return this advertisement mitteesfo? tho year and his ap- will ihlp Coffee by Parcel Poet, all ctaarrca prepaid. df the battlefield. pofitnwnfel were warmly commend- K. I. A. Amonjr the activities". of tho nterarv nnmmiifoo in Idles' Auxiliary County Board at talnly a live wire bunch, and mem. Cincinnati was tho adoption of bers may now look forward to French war orphan. some real surprises, which will not Tho quarterly meeting of tho only be entertaining but will also County Board at Scranton was at- strengthen tho treasury. The first Oor. Fifth and Market tended by representatives from one will take place at the Hibernian divisions. Home next Friday night, when it and Surplu- s- $1,700,000 thirty-fou- r Capital As a token of esteem Ladie3' is expected all members will bo V. K. EOKER. Auxiliary Division Thrco Per Cent. Interest Paid 7, Indianapolis, present. An invitation to the open Popular President of Trinity Counpresented the outgoing officers with meeting of tho Ladies' Auxiliary On TIiuo Deposits cil, For Anwas read and accepted and all Hi- lovely cut glass offerings. other Term. bernians were urged to attend. The Hibernians who would enjoy James B. Brown....... .....President real treat should attend the open ' matter of giving a, public entertaln-meetln- g Henry J. AngermeIer..VIce President ST. HELENA'S CLUB. entT before Lent was referred to of tho Ladles' Auxiliary on James J. Hayes.... .Vice President In- tl10 Literary Committee, who Wednesday night, February 5. C. M. S. Hebel ....Vice President The regular monthly business " President Tim O'Leary starts off .........Cashier John S. Akers...... !rw."'M " "l ' meeting of St. Helena's Ike a veteran. It ds predicted that Oscar A. Block.........jYsst. Cashier was held at o.. --.".. tlve ClubiinuDimllir lorrrn the college nn r tvl APlnlr iUUU . or A. P. Ramsor................Asst.' Cashier AW trll uu uuuouun; 1U1 &J miimhni tP fcl.U a K1 Hill fe.lU tltrt AJliilllUIV vn n !. 4UU1UV4 Vi. lvMr 1,. ",tJU&iSI-"-- , swiJS' ivi."!5rt good contest before his term members In attendance, a most en n illUiljr tnn4hn imvkw U1UUIUO. Ail pires. couraging start for the new year, All present wore very enthusiastic Members of Division 3 regret the NOW RAH, RAH BOY. illness of James Brown, who is conand several important projects were Many new members fined to his home, 2012 St. Xavior launched. Leo P." RellJy, son of Mr. and were enrolled and the long list of HARVEY-JELLIC- O street. He is one of the "old guard" who has done much for the Mrs. D. J. Reilly and former em- names now on the membership recploye .of the Kentucky Irish Ameri- ords shows that the club has grown order. (INCORPORATED) can, who has been stationed In order to promote social ac tho navy at iho Great Lakes with very materially during the past and ? programme An interesting tivities in tho division a pedro party u. j. t i .T ?w? " ueen vansieri-ehas been arranged for tho regular is given on tho second Tuesday If UWT11u '.T Hervice- - social meeting to be held Monday of each month at the home of the T ?. -DISTRIBUTORS OF THE mDi";" """ , "'. members of Ladies' Auxiliary 3 at J.7"b. nYnmmtiTinn in "1U n n do iir .evening, January 27, at I'resoniaxion nii'iinor Auditorium, Fourth and Breckln- Fort Wayne several hundred. ridge. Division 3 has now a "live wire" Literary Committee. To keep up THEY ARE HERE. with them and their surprises mem- nr STILL GOOD TICKER. bers must attend the meetings, else S6.65 who James Bolshevism in Argentina assorted tnoy will miss much. The youn TT Franco Whalen, army Is over in as a motor itself last week and it was not until with tho Place your next order with us. Terms cash. sters have tho "pep." Sev- - severe measures were adopted that ambulance driver, writes Under tho auspices of the New enth and Oak friends thathis he Is tho outbreak was suppressed. The York County Board a great mass enjoying himself hugely now that "reds" in Argentina came from Tho best GLASSES you can get meeting THE was held Monday night In tho war is over and that ho is Russia. They aro tho same element are tho only safe kind to wear. honor and support of the Irish re- nlcklntr out rarettv French clrls lust that produced a Trotzky and a flllJk "Ask Any public and to demand the release East Most of Oculist." Correct GLASSES are as Important of tho Sinn Felners now hold In as successfully as he used to nick Lenlno. New Yorkthem saw thogoing City before Side of tho ponies at Churchill Downs. English prisons. havo plenty to South America. Wo OPTICAL as tho right medlcino and WE make of tho same class here in the United Tho Ladies Auxiliary of IndianOPEN MEETING. apolis initiated their large memberStates. They wore In vociferous COMPANY them. ship drive class last Sunday even The Ladles' Auxiliary, Av O. H., evidence at tho labor convention held in Chicago last week. They aro not 013 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky., Opposite Mary Anderson. ing with a banquet at tho Hotel workers, but professional agitators English. Mrs. Mary (McWhorter, !!! Clonal President, was' among ,S . -- v , ww.v LI1U UUeSLH. T1aT.Mii. ykMmr IlUIlUr v ITAi1A luiuauu. UU LUD UtCUiUK ruuiu bi,v,w Oet Seody For MAIN i A State Boardj meetingi. Wa3 h0ldnrv - -An nTnnllont. - . anA uiinterest. a danger to any country and our, K CALL . . r ci. " ,u tt.i uuxm uuouuuii iu uuio lurmui ing programme is being arranged, country is no exception. OR "AFTER-THE-WA- R CITY action in aid of Ireland's right to and those who will havo tho good PRESENTS POPE'S GREETING. State President fortune to be present will long reBUSINESS" (Old Hamter 2718) John V. McCarthy presided and the member tho occasion. formality Archbishop Without forty-tw- o New York State County Bonaventura Correttl, Under SecreBnslaeia cornea to the man wbo Boards wero represented. ANOTHER COLLEGE. tary of State at tho Vatican, on "dOES APXZB XT." Tho Installation of officers of the FRXXTXHO CO. OS X.0UX8VX&X.S Wednesday nresented Pone Beno- We ore ready to plan, print, Ancient Order and Ladles' Auxiliary any advertising to bind and mall (Incorporated) A CatholicA collego for boys Is Im 'diet's crroetlne to Cardinal Gibbons at uentorvnie, Mont., was a joyous matter that you have In mind. AntAlillflVi l tr a 41ia Boata Tint Btrest m (JUrulUUl occasion Ol IHO rt lt.1lu o oiui.--occupy tne iioiy i"? .""ion XflB jubilee u of his episcopate.B nffnlr nrlfh 4ta tT,ni,T,tf,,l Trinity ' golden stltuo bulldng at v school tho corner of The formal celebration of the event Third Vine grammo that was heartily ap- ors ofand Upper Cross, streets. Broth- 'nnk nl.inn in itaUlmorA last antorder that tie Holy Damotho University, umn, but due to war conditions the plauded. Pope was unable to sond any one The Ladles' Auxiliary of Minne- conducts Notro Carapolis broke all previous records will have charge of tho school here. at that time. Later in the day Mgr. entertained dinal Gibbons on January 13, when the Joint InTARGEST IN COUNTRY. CerrettI at dinner, which was atstallation of the officers of the ten INCORPORATED tended by local Catholic church flourishing divisions was conducted tlAflf dignitaries. PaIIaha V.mIu. fl J.VJ.e4 Archbishop Cerretti, ?!'., by Anna K. Bryant, who was the CJty QIC GntbrieSt. who arrived In Baltimore Tuesday recipient of a ."1W4K ". OlO Speed Bldii. Miii the Xaverlan Congregation in the evening, planned to go to Washingring as a token hna the ton Wednesday evening. WHERE FROM. irT.. o, HBR TON. NAME, her zealous labors. credit of being the city of the first , . .$5.90 Western Ky. "Taylor" foundation of the Xavorian Brothers WELCOME FATHER WILKENS. HELP BELGIAN FUND. In this country. Black Beauty 6.75 "Harlan" of St, (Boniface The people Rev. Father Vander Vorat, pastor Straight Creek . ,7.10 j "Pioneer" church are rejoiced to havo with CHAPLAIN FOR ORPHANS. of St. Augustine's church at Wilton Mines Augusta, Ky last week gave his 7.10. Father Ignatius them the Rev. "Jellico ' Rev.. Victor Stallo, O. F. M., has Wllkens, O. F. M., who has refine saddle and harness mare to the local Belgian Relief Anotann taken charge as chaplain of St. Jo- - turned from Cincinnati to be staShe Is well broken and kind and Bph's Orphan Home on Frankfort tioned here. Father Wllkens is the DOMESTIC of many hymns and one of the finest animals in this avenue. , For some time past that composer section. She will be disposed of by excellent Institution lhas been wlth- - psalms that are used in the church lot and a big sIe of tickets Is ex-- out tfce Mrvlcee of a chaplain, this services, and is well known In MS. J. McTIGHE, Silas Aft A, WATSON, Minatir peted. Father Vander Vorst la a on aeMwat of the deaths among Louisville, being previously sta tioned at St. Boniface Convent. native of Belgium. .the FraMiaeMi fathers. of much N k. JAMES R. DUFPIN, President. IouisviijIjE, ky. HIBERNIANS. HAPPILY A marriage AVEDDED. l" "". The Knights at Lincoln, Neb., expect to increase their membership to oveil,000 this year. Orleans Council spent tho greater part of Sunday in the conferring of tho three degrees on Sunday at New Orleans. Newport Council ' will placo a tablet in the council homo that will bo a lasting memorial to tho 'members who Joined the service. Epiphany Council, Little Rock, has thrown open and will welcomo soldiers and sailors to all tho privileges 'Of the club house. n were candidates ushered into the mysteries of Colurabianism in the greatest initiation of tho council at Gramorcy, La. Tho fine building recently purchased by the Knights at Lincoln, Neb., were opened and dedicated will addresses by Bishop O'Reilly and Mayor Miller. Sixty-fiv- e applications were presented to Omaha Council last week. It seems quite certain there will be at least ono initiation per month until hot weather. A. E. F. headquarters have announced that the K. of C. will havo charge of all boxing tournaments and contests for tho American Expeditionary Forces. su The Knights of Columbus preme body has spoken for the fight of Ireland to independence, and the utterance was good and clear and convincing. Tho finest function of its kind ever given in Lafayette, La., was the banquet in honor of Bishop Jeanmard, the first head of that now diocese, by Lafayette Council. A new building is being urged for the home of Indianapolis Coun cil, which it is hoped to malce a reality this year. Stock amounting to $38,250 has been subscribed for. Fifty-seve- j J v Suits Coats Waists Men's Shirts Wool 4 'Mm-M"H-h-K"1-H"'H-h 19 and Cotton aatt8" 9 Mixed Blankets! h ! DOUGHERTY & McELUOHH 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, : I Funeral Directors and Climb. Main 200S-- a Embalmed ' Homo City 20D8 BOTH PHONBJS. I '''"ttHTtlHf1tlllTtlBIIHllltlHl' 'VWVtVt1VVtVVVVVVVViAV'lttAVtA.tt."i-I nnirl7 nnnvi? DO nni.Tiim, LlAAAA.,,T,ffll,HI,, lun mm- m -.--, n Mulloy's New Blend Coffee 1- Presi-followl- ng WW s JOHN Aft. MOTMCOY ta'ft,! ftl I W; KM Co-ope- ra J. J. BARRETT'S 50NS FUNERAL DIRECTORS ii. i i r NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE :; i! ; '3eijtf 822 WWMUMtMWMMMMMMWWWMMMMMWMWUWW AND EMBALMERS. o.si: lain fttreef. GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. . I t i! ; Funeral Director and Embalmer j; ! BOTH PHONES 810. J ;; j; I ! SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. Main 2360-- Y. TP1 w I I "" Vi VJW 3 .loi,ri.. IT 11.11 City 2360. COAL CO. x 717-71- D. L. DirectorBAX Funeral and Embalmer E. OHESTNUT; QXJA.TsX?r - - SERVICE) 1 . w " 0 - ' LOUISVILLE, KY. 11 High Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coal THOMAS KEENAN 1529 WEST MARKET STREET PER TON. . CHAS. H. BODEN FUNERAL DIRECTOR LOUISVILLE, KY. 00 HOLLENBAOH'S :lu,:TJuSlrlgX; ., 961 S. SECOND ST. THX PHIL. HOLLXNBAOH INCORPORATE) .- 3500 j-- WINS HOUSH Karl A. Hollenbach, Prop. The STANDARD Distillers Of Importer and Dealer In S1Jh5M.i7;,lfii .....f 3-- s u """1 11 At--. AND LIQUORS WINES OLB FORTUNA SOUR MASH HOLLKNBAOH" PURE RYB 144 South Third Street LouIt11I, Ky. Home Phone 1191 IH W. Mala St. C'- - BYRNE & SPEED COAL CO. 0C BE SURE TO CALL FOR I rriX7f 1,..". 1 ".Z McRENNA WHISKY. IT IS ALWAYS PURE. H McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky, OOAlL $$$4-4-frfrt'frfr't- $ ''' stEAM