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BROWXTAXI INULIEENT CAREFUL SERVICE PHWrt : HOME OH MAIN Every Driver an Escort. Lwlsrille Carriage Incorporated Taxlcab Ce. aSKSKSSSSKKHSS VOLUME XLII.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1919. PRICE FIVE CENTS. PRAYER Of Gon. Foch Profoundly Believed to Hnvo Brought Vic- POLITICIANS Amused nt tho MnnyTSccrct Conferences of HomiForvrard Held PARLIAMENT tory to Allies. League OUm. TsmJ'BwBR'sZ-nmnms- l & Raid of Dog Alley Republican Club Stirs Up LocajjjAdminls- tratloaT iJfBs fart-.- .l $& First Session Tuesday With- out Representation From Ireland. Commander of Verdun Gives Inter estlng Account of Rclig-- . Ions Devotion. Tnclvo Sliui Fclners Imprisoned For Dillling in n. Prlvnto Hall. Edward do Vnlcm and Members of Parliament Escape From Prison. IRISH NOT TO BE RELEASED. Great French General Consecrated Armies to Sacred Heart of Jesus. Burglars and CroohgLcague Vio lating 1 O'cIosKpOurfcw Law? P TID3 HAND OF GOD IS VISIBLE. . Ilf mM' n ii ii1 SEg&swmgKBmL r FIRE DEPARTMENT IN' COMEDY. Capt. E. Hallulte, Commander of Tho new British Parliament Judging from stories ot se tho Verduu, was In Charleston, olected In December held its first cret hotel conferences heard now rBiriMHiHlnTnirr B. C, and tho Charleston American session Tuesday, when James W overy other day por old Percy tells the following interesting acLowther was Haly must bo worked to death Speaker. count of the prayer of Gen. Foch running up and downthe State to None of tho Sinn Feiners elected to nH inin . and the soldiers of Franco: dig up a Democratic .candidate for Parliament from Ireland appeared Shortly before Capt Halluitte Governor one whojmust be of the FIELD MARSHAL SIR DOUGLAS HAIG. PRESIDENT WILSON REVI EWS AMERICAN TROOPS. at the opening session. was scheduled to leave for France original a Apparently tho Field Marshal Haig on his return to London, whero ho was received candidate prohlbltlonlstrjtype and as he waa given a private dinner, President Wilson at review In France, chatting with Major. Gen. who will be Wilwhich among a few guests it was with a great ovation, preceding from Charing Cross station to Percy's special chojee. known question of whether the IndependNo matter Alexander. In the foreground aro Embassador Jusserand, Mrs. tho great privilege of one of the Buckingham Palace. ent Liberals or tho Laborltes wero whether the gathering bo at tho son and Gon. Pershing. staff of tho American to attend. It Seelbach, the Old kin or at Frank to bo tho official opposition has will always bo a pleasure to recall of which ho had charge, for a fort, tho samo little clique of For was an alarm of flro turned In died after a lingering illness of been settled by a compromise, as APPOINTS BISHOPS. evening. tho Naturally the object prompt and deflnito victory and a ward Leaguers and; near Democrats from Rubel and Edwards in the heart trouble. Ho was born in both William Adamson, tho most discussed was France, alyears ago, but leader, and Donald McLean,Labor glorious From Rome it was cabled last aro present, but strange to say no evening and tho residents of Bar- Ireland seventy-seve- n France. though the direction of conversation peace seemed as for only thl3 act was tho one is taking the conferences seri- rett and St. Anthony's place, which came to America when he was about if It d Saturday that Pope Benedict has Chairman of tho alorig this line was due to tho In- awaitel by our blessed Lord, for it promoted Monslgnor Austin Dow-lln- ously and the "Haly candidate" has Is several squares away, were beventeen years of age, first coming Liberals, sat on tho front terest and curiosity of those so was precisely from this date, July become a stock Jest with the Demo brought to their doors by the re- to Wilmington, Del., whero ho lived opposition bench with the chiof Bishop of Des Moines, to bo cratic politicians. fortunate as to meet tho Captain, 18, only strange Throe apparatus with his only relative in this coun- lieutenants. A heavy programme of rather than to any deslro on his days that theall tido turned. favora- Metropolitan of the dioceso of St. aspect of the caseThe this. How peated clanging of a firestopped try, a Mrs. Riley. Ho lived about work faced the now Is before had seemed Finally one citizen bell. the part. Ho talked freely, and deParliament Paul succession of rush of the enemy to bishopInJohn Ireland. the late Arch- long Is Senator Beckham, Haly's driver and inquired tho cause of three years in Wilmington, whenco Its ODeninir session, but In nnnn at nt cidedly frankly, gave credit where ble for the on greatest political .asset, going to the little lie came to Louisville and worked the bills wore thoro any Paris, but tho dawn of July 18 parade. Tho for some years in the iron industry. measurei credit was due, measured oven the Gen. Mangin broko through the on The Rev. Edmund F. Gibbons, of stand idly by and seo Haly's attempt rener lor Ireland. to a fire he was late enemies of Franco without bit- emy lines with a bound, since when , to croato friction iln the present driver said up there, calledhe got lost During these years spent In hard oi From Dublin them hna Tinnn n ?feae,?.?1 but terness, but with a delicate pride thore have been harmonious ranks i of Democracy? somewhere the bell he was sending manual work ho had only ono aim dearth of news, nothing at all toeing " A" i glorious tho with that was truly French naturally be- halting periods but a triumphal Here are a few of those present at and an S. O. S. for help. Here'B In life, tho priesthood. Ho began sent regarding the new Irish Par of out lieved she deserved first place in march; tho last conference and it will be another, which explains why our studying for tho priesthood at St. liament or conditions existing and "the there. tho picture. Ho spoke, however, vialhlv annparprl hand of God has itho Catholic University ?ro,ssor, noticed there are men that aro not fire being raised. Going Mary's College and completed his In tho capital twelve Sinn more of his homo (Rhelms), of its "r naturally expected to bo antagon- to rates are apartment fire Satur- course in theology at St. Thomas Feiners Irish found pniitv Sottininv Tho soldiers Franco wero tho Belvolr beautiful Cathedral, its famous were noheroic sure of theirofGeneral-lB""a- l' Seminary, being ordained Juno 15, Edward istic to Senator Beckham, and what ..J110. less statue of Joan of Arc, and other has been transferred must be his opinion of those con- day one of tho imitation firemen 1873, in tho Cathedral of the As- of illegal drilling in a private hall Kflly At dawn on July 23 tho there and (were sentenced to to tho surprise of memories so dear to his heart, not ferences, Percy Haly, Elwood Ham- lost his hat and driver stop while sumption in Louisville by the Right months' Imprisonment. When six many he had tho artho least, of his family houso, all French armored cars, tanks, sprang f'om residential one at Grand Rap- - ilton, Rodman ,.. Rev. Bishop McCloskey. r.Z !, Koenon, Shelton back for It. Going a of which are now in ruins. He goes stopped by heavy barrage fire. One Father McConnoll's first charge raigned they denied tho authority of Saufleld, Harry McChosney, Senator he wont another dropped his littlo British laws, and onn of ihnm coat further back to begin life over again after car W. A. Frost, Matt Hennessy, James and the truck obligingly stopped was at the Church of Our Lady in whiio In the dock, waved a Republi v. alono li. . and. dashing. an absence of forty-siPortland, where (he remained four can nag. months. He through tho resisted reached and B. Brown and Col, P. H. Callahan. again, while tho owner wont back years-- , barrage, will find his fair France there, but crushed lator toeing transferred to St. Providence, R. Just as was expected, the tho German gun posts and at Bishop Dowling, I. who becomes From London is was cabled that missing article. A kid was at Raywick, ecarred and buried in ashc3. His opened thus a passage for the in Republicans throughout the for the "Hey, you fellers better Xavler'sfor six years. whero ho then Prof. Edward de Valera, the Sinn pastor Ho was wife and children await him with fantry. On Archbishop of St. Paul, has been State havo already begun tho anvil yelled: a flag head that car fluttered watch your suspended railed back to St. Cecilia's In Louis- Fein leader, and anirnv anA tith. many tender welcomes. His friends of the Des Moines dioceso chorus on the y control fasten and here, who can never forget him, of the Sacred Heart, torn and since 1912, coming here from the of Republican politics, and in addi- or you'll bo going back for your ville, whero ho remained a year Garry, also Sinn Fein members ot pierced, liko the car Itself; and tho pastorate Parliament, escaped from tho prison wish him bon voyage. of tho Cathedral of Sts. tion to knocking the powers that bo pants." Naturally all this time tho and a half, coming to Owensboro in at gallant crew returning and finding Lincoln Monday night, according July of 1885. Since 1885 Father .Capt. Halluitte has sailed for themselves surrounded bv admiring Peter and Paul in Providence, R. I., are nnttine.uaiiaa ablo arcument Ore was burning merrily. t. Putting Louisville In the class of McConnell has been at St. Stephen's, to the Evening News. Prof, do ijiltPrance.i:Ho waa' charmed ,wlth comradeey twmtwgnTdthoutJ,Jtbrdr after seven years there. - Born in against Xepq,lieffiHcces3 this. fall. aone-hors- e townJ)y.sfQrclng citizens, tireless In his work, --CltyT even on Valera was takeu in custody last New' TCharloston arid laudea" o uepupiicans say tnai a la Russia, Into their homes at l January 19 said the 8and had led spent York of his "Bishop- Wwling 'mesa Government o'clock mass spring-whe"accomplished, by the ladies at the pointedto to tho flag' which le t, most childhood In present o'clock hasn't accomplished much In and preached a sermon. Father rounuea tip a number of Sinn Fein tho awful failure of the them coeur Gregorian Hall on George street. Sacro do victory. "Vive! R. I., and his schooling was local Republican administration is Jesus!" stopping the numerous holdups and McConnell was first and last and leaders and Interned them at a Speaking to a representative in tho Sisters' Academy there, Man- giving a black eye to tho party it was a plot of tho American, the Captain hattan College and St. John's Ec- throughout the State and further robberies and tho heads of tho always a priest. He was sincere and time when Germany declared process BATON FOR MARSHAL. backed by pulling was in for Bald: clesiastical Seminary at Brighton, say that farmers and country mer- Police Department aro veystoners for a stickler story, tho truth. Even In of incubation "I give you a souvenir in Ireland. Prof, do In telling a a a big snow to aid the if he changed of my visit, tho prayer of Marshal Prepaartions being made by Mass. Ho was ordained at tho chants are afraid to come to Louis tracking some of the burglars. The bit from the way ho had heardit it, Valera denied tho existenco ot any Cathedral Foch. Tho thousands who read the tho Catholics ofare and the United States Providence, of inSts. Peter1891, Paul, ville during tho awful epidemic of department reports several good ar- he would say at the end "I added German plot. Ho has been held American will feel glad to know to give the highest honors possible June, after assaults and burglaries. (Attention, be published that tho soldiers and sailors in to Marshal Foch, tho greatest Gen- which ho spent several years at tho Board of Trade, Retail Merchants rests though that may "Facts," ono that." predominant character waa nevertheless with other Sinn Foin-er- s His and was still undor detontlon In tho next Issue prayer by heart." eral in history, when he visit3 Catholic University, Washington, D. and Men's Federation). Prance know this An influ- that of two young of when was and Tho prayer: C Bishop Dowling was pastor for ential Republican politician from a littlo late coming men who were his opennessanswersstraight forward- at thehegeneralelected to Parliament America next spring. Tho fact always wero elections In Decemhome from a ness. His "O, Eternal Father, God of arm- he is a fervent Catholic, a man that two years at Sacred Heart parish, Owensboro said that he didn't conwho and ber and ies; I offer thee the most precious glories in his religion and who puts East Providence; instructor at St. sider the present Louisville adminis- dance and the other of a young boy "yes" and "no," right If he thought chosen as when last month ho was there was no a Sinn Fein delegate to street, on committed ho was In the blood of Jesus Christ, Redeemer It forward in such a way that It John's, Brighton, for four years, tration as representative of hH the Columbiacrime of who calling one of persuading or dissuading him. An- the peaco conference. horlblo and Prince of Peace, at whatsoever will make Mm an outstanding fig- and editor of the Providence Visitor party as the were tho rube policemen a "Koystonor." other prominent characteristic was Reports from various sources that for two hour of day or night, in whatsoever In tho religious history of tho pastorate years beforo taking up the made up chiefly of Mugwump tn the latter arrest tho polico did his wonderful will power. Ho was the members of tho Sinn Fein who cpot on earth it may be, when this ure of St.' Mary's in Warren, Democrats from near Mayor Smltn world, argues tho necessity for this. ho bcon interned in England wero They a very determined thy good gift flows upon thy altars: John H. Reddln, of Denver, Su- R. I. He went from there to Sts. down the line. Ho also wisely said some notable work though. polico undertook anything man. When his had bo (released were set It was with to at nought missed connection with tho In atonement for my sins; for all preme Master of tho K. of C, says Peter and Paul Cathedral in Provi- that tho Republicans out in tho machine by excellent work whole heart and soul and he stayed Wednesday by a statement icud the needs of thy holy church; for (hat arrangements are being made dence. State aro up in arms against tho tracked Itand with It until it was successfully from tho office of the Secretary for through a muddy street, Right Rev. Edward D. Kelly, control of the party being confined the consolation of the souls in to present a Marshal's baton to years carried through. In his The statement declared purgatory; for the conversion of Foch at a great mass meeting to bo whose appointment as Bishop of the to Hert, Searcy and the Herald, all the mud of courso being very thick in Owensboro his work earlierover a Ireland. was that the Sinn Fein prisoners wero and tho wheels of tho machine be- broad field, Rapids of Louisville. unbelievers and of sinners; for the held probably in New York. It was Catholic diocese of Grand but he worked at a not to bo released "under the preseasily discernible. (Attention, disadvantage tho determined last summer to havo was announced in a Rome dispatch, dying now and throughout as his eyesight was From time to time the Kentucky ing day. I offer U also for tho expia- this baton made, and specifications has for many years been Auxiliary Irish American has commented on Board of Works and the $50,000 poor for many years very poor. ent circumstances." street cleaning machine.) Another For thirteen years he was the only tion necessary for the dreadful have now been drawn. The baton Bishop for the Detroit diocese. Ho the failure of the Men's Feedratlon DRAMATIC SUCCESS. Right Rev. Michael J. to declare itself on the present near arrest that fizzled through was priest in his parish. Fathor Mcdeeds of war; for our poor soldiers will cost at least ?3,000, and will succeeds Tho two and sailors; for their families; for be tho costliest insignia belonging Gallagher, recently appointed Bishop wave of crime in Louisville and tho ono Wednesday afternoon.police ma- Connell in his attainments as a seize "My New Curate" had its initial those who command and for those to any military official on earth. of Detroit. Bishop Kelly at present absolute failure of the administra Nick Carters who big car at Third scholar had an exceptional flno who obey; for those who live and Marshal Foch is expected in Amer- Is in San Diego, Cal. supported chines grabbed a in less than ten memory and a very clear mind. His peiformanco In St. Xavler's audition which the Federation memory was accurate until tho last. torium Sunday night before a for those who fall; for those who ica with President to a man. The writer has looked in and Green, but Polncaro and camo patrol for those who die; for Premier Clcmenceau, of Franco, In Scriptures of suffer and FRIENDS OF FREEDOM. vain from week to week to seo minutes the with ts machine capture. An- His knowledgeAs the priest ho was largo and appreciative audience, and flying wounded, for sick, for afflicted in April or May. wns a where tho Rev. M. P. Hunt was go-- 1 swer: back machine belonged to exceptional. God and spent a great was staged again Thursday night Tho poor prisona man of mind or body: for all Tho special Irish race convention, tng to deliver a stirring sermon on Judgo Bingham, who owns the part of each day in prayer and with tho same success. Tho staging ers, and for all helpers of each and called by tho National Council ot "Louisville Going to Hell," "My Courier-JournBENEFIT OF ORPHANS. and Times. every degree. the Friends of Irish Freedom, to be Travels to the Tenderloin" or sim- leading arrest not featured In Tho meditation and though his Infirmi- of this play is somewhat unusual the ties wero a sore trial during his and more elaborate than ono gen"By tho caving virtue of the Tho ladies' Sewing Society will held in Philadelphia, will convene ilar catchy subejet. During tho Polico Bulletin was that of a later years ho was never heard to erally sees in the amateur line, tho Regiment Armory, Democratic reign tho Rev. M. P. Blood of tho Lamb, over living, yet give a euchro at the Visitation In tho Second his prisoner complain. who brought ever immolated by tho holy faltn Home of the St. Thomas and St. Broad street and Susquehanna ave made the rounds alright and fol electrical effects, tho storm and speinto Central Polico Station and Tho body of tho beloved priest cial scenery for this attraction beand hopo and charity given by Him, Vincent Orphanages on Tuesday nue, at la o'ciock noon on aamr- - lowing tho 1917 election plastered charced him with disorderly con- laid in stato In St. Stephen's church ing worthy of special mention. , 0 God, our God, hear our prayer. afternoon, February 25, the pro day. February 22. and special tele the side of his church with a uiui - ',.... - . until the i- AnA.. from noon, on Sunday which waa A great deal of credit is duo to 0 grant that each one may do, by ceeds derived to bo used in pur grams from Dlarmuid Lynch, New ner advertising a sermon on 'The ""fwrote funeral Tuesday morning, thy graco, his duty as ho ought, chasing some needed articles for the York City, inform tho Kentucky Sylvester Grove for on the slato and lnulToi ' attended by many of tho clergy heavy and edifying directing this are strong and brave, and casting away two homes. A meeting ot the lames IriBh American that Cardinal drama and nedn'tbave to go far or outsldo " from the two Kentucky dioceses. On bringing out tho best in each of the despair! O grant, Father of mercy, interested will bo held at Visitation Cardinal O'Connell and Arch-thou Thyself Homo tomorrow evening and dona bishop Dougherty will be present euncr., a personal couversuuuu ,; ,, the morning of tho funeral theie cnaracters. ..that "I Martin Goby, as Father Lethoby, do with us, to thy glory and the tions of prizes will be welcomed. "iS'"-V! wero evidences of mourning upon and participate In the first day's wlthpetectives Long and Gels, tho all sides. O hear our wero ""?"-deserves tho highest pralso for who All societies In favor of rteaubllcan detectives salvation of our souls! session. HID cry for France, for her ifriends and handling this difficult part like he Ireland's national Independence aro fired this week, might aid him UlUlliyU.razor. UCUVilJ nc.ul'VU ITn w Baieiy did. Mr. Hume in tho rolo of They made some salty for her enemies, too, within and entitled to representation thereat on satne. Father Dan, tho parish priest at without! Do thou from heaven help the basis of five delegates from Mfcarges before the Board of Safety SELECTION. POPULAR Kilronan, looked every inch a To a limited extent) iod later told their stories to tho each eociety. ,us, and by thy Holy Spirit send priest. His cool and deliberate prominent individual citizens otrand Jury. He might get first truo peace on earth, and good will Capt. Michael McAuliffe is J. amongst men; that all may lovo acting appealed to the audionce also from D Irish blood will bo Invited by thaJhand information busy receiving congratulations on Bertha Heuser and Ethel Greeley, thee and for thy sweet sake that National Council to attend the coafLockhart. Secretary of tho Me with their experience from last all may lovo their followmen! wl- venuon. xno poupje 01 xruiuuu u. Federation, who had his safe broken i his appointment as Stato Immlgra-ope- n performed Amen. with ease and and ?550 In Liberty bonds Hon Inspector, tho appointment belne overwhelmingly declared Br, , one in Democratic Ing a popular craco in the samo roles they ap"Heart of Jesus, have pity on us and indopc taken by our enterprising crooks. peared In last season. Mary Joan-ctt- e all! ence. ono of tho moBt imporl Quito a chuckle went through the circles. During his twenty-thre- e luL&iAi' ttiMBHfllfewj'KHH' "Queen of heaven, hear our Blehl, as Alice Moylan, the Items In the programme of tho f- - town this week when Joe Selllg- -' years' service in the roiico uepart-cry!" blind girl, a part that calls for the man, of tho Board of Safety, tried ment Capt. McAuliffe earned quite ventlon will be tho consideration sovereign to explain away the strong charges a refutation as a icariess ana Affl- is talking of nothing olso In its highest degree, was dramatic Franco means whereby Ireland's JHBflHflBSBnSflMVIS I capable and well suited status and the untrammeled cker pro and con made in tho trial of clent officer. He will have headbut tho Sacred Heart and the vicfor this Republic building. part. Thomas Nolan, tho well some significant facts tory; and clso of that Fjpverelgnty shall be rec the two detectives who were nreu quarters In tho public property. a" card game I known architect, acted have just become ognized by tho international .reaco for attempting to raid tho first JrHBbPHe9w night Jn the place ot Thomas Clines, It is remembered that on June 9. Conference. The principles which at tho rendezvous of that organizaMACKIN COUNCDi, "'"' Heart, f solemnity of tho Sacred as Jim Deady, and certainly mado rang around tho world from Inde tion with tho pretty and poetical JfllHlHHBSBJBf a hit. Allen Matties and Joseph when a new attack menaced tragpendence Hall and those Tor wnicn title of the "Dog Alley Republican Mackin Council had an interestically tho Campiegno front, Gon. night with America entered the great war ap- Club." Mr. Selllgman laid great ing meeting Monday Sandfort were certainly proficient in onemy by Mangin throw back the ply to Ireland ono of the oldest stress on tho raid of social games, many members present. Tho initiathe military rolc3 that they acted. countor offensive, annlveraary Ruth Donnelly, a marvelous as Father Dan's and most Important of tho small saying only four men wero taken, tion and twenty-sixtinallenablo forgetting that awful hubbub over celebratlon that was to havo taken which signified that ho mlgTit not housekeeper, brouhgt forth many an nations and Ireland's pass henceforth. Then followed the rights must be respected and recog- two men playing cards In the Blue- - nln.ee February 23 has been post- applause by her clever performing. great sacerdotal supplication of "My New Curate" is a play that nized, otherwise there can be no grass Democratic several nnned to Sunday. March 2. In order Club HHBHSr peace In the world. Names and weeks ago, According to the rule not. to conflict with the initiation of gives edilfcation from boginnlng to June 29, tho national prayer of August 4, and above all the addresses of delegates should at laid down by Mr. Selllgman tho the Knisrhts of Columbus. The En- end, and some stern lessons of huonce be sent Mr. Lynch at 1482 negro gambling game whjch Black tertalnment Committee announced momorablo and mysterious date of man nature aro ably shown. It mKm Broadway, New York. represents Faith, Hope, Charity and July 18. Hawk butted into was Just a . tue that Mackin will have a euchre and a lotto party on Thursday evening, had been ono some time it Grace. Each act brings out social affair, and must class with For pink tea or 500, party. Anyway tho February 20, and members wero of known among Catholics that a great these magnificent qualities, PICTURES AND VAUDEVILLE. place on this rellgiouB 'event took showing how ono follows the other "Dog Alley Republican quested to Invito all friends of tho In succession if wo only do our and a fair council to attend. last dato, but only a few knew what The Hibernian Social Club of Di- Club" la vindicated aecret part. It is a wonderful sermon, a vision 3 has secured the Norman warning Is given to detectives not that event was. Today the (s disclosed. grand lesson that is Impressed upon It was told by Pere Theater for the evening of February to disturb Its. social . festlvtles In FATHER. M'CONNELL PASSES. each ono ot the audlenco and as Perroy, preaching In the Cathedral 25, when there will be a special the future, or "Mr. Cheeley," tho moving Dlcture and vaudeville en protector of Republican social clubs, ono that witnessed It said, "When of Chalons, for on that day the LIfe1s cloee has come to another you seo it you'll want each one of Generalissimo of the Allied armies, tertalnment. A feature will be the will take a hand. venerable priest of this diocese, and WHIPPET TANK SKATING. your friends to see it." There will apperaace of Will Green and Fred Little by little the "hick" fire de- - from the Oweneboro Meesenger of Foch, consecrated those armies to Young enthusiast with the latest Wells, well known singers and en- partment 1b coming into the lime- - Saturday we reproduce the follow. be a matinee and a night performthe Sacred Heart in the little RETIRES FROM CABINET. ance tomorrow and one Thursday church at general headquarters. On departure in roller skatee, the whip- tertainers, who are Juet back from light with the increasing number of Bir. United States Attorney General night, February 13. Reserved seat nls kneee before the alUr, Marshal pet tanks. The idea came from, the the war. For thie aight Manager firee, aad the Keystone police will R6r. A. T. McConnell. for thirty Foch petitioned the Sacred Heart, tasks whleh took such an effective Weotzell will arrana films that have te look, to their laurele as three years pastor of St. gtephen'a Thomas Watt Gregory, who retires are now on sale at Roger's Chureh comedy artiste. la the war. Goods Store and at the college. This week there eaurefe, and deaa of Oweacfeoro, from the Cabinet next March. will attraet muefa tatereet. la coseeerftUac te Him the annle .Ji ftri MWfnJrarn , 1 much-discuss- newly-electe- g, one-hor- so ?,UM "" "',,"' , T Vr CSS?.n? rmA .....n '" Dlony-Issim- o. x ichIJBlc nji..... ;".:; , old-li- ne Hert-Searc- "the"-worl- oiu-nn- n -- Now-por- the-Britl- sh -- office-holde- rs al Koy-ston- er - j..ij Glb-botf- s, .- " rLI,!:,., :,"""' ,,!, , wl4PPw1l3IHMMHf "IflVIHIH S'WI vnH f fffwi $ J U h rlc yrt , .laNTTlJOEOr read It In tho printed line At least, I thought so, sure. Ah! wlrra! these old eyos of mine PUBLISHED EVERV SATURDAY. Are growing mighty poor. to (he Social and Moil Advancement oj Irish Americana and Catholics "Autonomy for Ireland," Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's It seemed the paper said. "Autonomy for Ireland!" Institute and Catholic Knights of America. It turned my poor old head. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTINO CO., Incorporate. Publishers But when I took another look, M oath 'ud break a Bishop's crook SUBSCR1PtT0NPRICE0NED0LLAR PER YEAR, SINOLECOPV 5c "Autonomy for Iceland" Sure, that was what I read. entered at the Loulivllle Poatofllce ai Stcond.Clm Matter. ted XBUC&XX -- AJM0BJR!lOKr- KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. ICELAND, NOT IRELAND. 40 Exclusive City Sales Agents For RACINE TIRES Guaranteed 5,000 Miles HIOORE& CTVERS ILES OF SERVICE "Retreading With 930-93- 2 Every Tire Retreaded By Us course I was tho dlvil's fool To think that they, the vwlse, Would lot old Erin have homo rule; But could I doubt mo oyes? "Autonomy for Ireland!" 1ADESB?) COUNCIL I danced a Kerry reel! "Autonomy for Ireland!" And then I thought I'd kneol. I read Out SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1919 And once again curse yothe word LOUISVILLE, KY could have then mo heard! to standing why others are ready "Autonomy for Icoland!" UNWISE MOVE. I ground It wid mo heel! risk everything, even life itself, lor Tho State Employment Director tho sake of their native land. Hence has placed a working employment tho Impossibility of tho Now Yorir Mo tired old heart awoke and lepped bureau for boys In the Y. 01. C. A., World man understanding why Irish As young love loaps at dawn. and a Director with Government patriots are In earnest in tho work Says I, "And have the English kept Balary of f 1,800 a year. The wide- of ridding their country of an InTheir promise, colleen liawn?" "Autonomy for Ireland!" spread criticism against tho Y. M. famous system of government. He The sun laughed In the sky. C. A. for Its treatment of our sol- belongs to the class of Americans Autonomy for Ireland!" boys and the fact that tho Wendell Phillips fittingly described dier I saw a green flag fly! bureau would only serve as an ad as English Tories masquerading aB Hut as I cried, "At last, O Pin!" I saw how blind I must have been. junct to that institution seems bad Americans "Autonomy for Iceland" policy on tho part of a Government And one more dream's gone by! representative at thlB time. SHOWN HIUTISH POINT. John O'Keefe. AHrttt til Communications to tha KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 319-32- 1 Watt Brn St. Of Corps, U. S. A. , Loretto Schwelrman, to Sergeant James J. Flavin, tho ceremony to take place at St. Leo's church next Monday morning at 9 o'clock, Rev. Father Nowman, tho pastor, officiating. Following the ceremony there will be a recoptlon at tho home of the bride's parents, 463 Cherokee road. Sergeant Flavin is connected with tho remount station at Camp Taylor, and is a resident of Kansas City, where tho young couple will make their home after Sergeant Flavin's discharge from the service. MOUItN HEK HEATH. St. Louis Bertrand's parish has been deeply grieved by the death of Mrs. Elizabeth Mary McElllott, wife of Stephen J. Mcbeloved Elllott, of the undertaKing firm of (Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Schwelrman, of Highland Park, announce the engagement of their daughter. MI83 e0o Racine Adjustments Dr. Galvin arrived here Sunday from New York. A Conscience" 21G8 SOUTH THIRD STREET South 703-Phones-Clty Guaranteed 3,500 Miles TOM MOORE, JR. E. C. STIVERS ' Low Cost Housewiring Resumed ThJS you ummmvM NOW And Put Men To Work s SIX ROOMS WIRED COMPLETE, Ka3 am. JTiH IJIUNG THEM HOME. All agree with the sentiments pressed in Congress and the Senate that no stono should bo left un turned In adopting measures that will bring our soldier and sailor boys home at once. American boys should not be used for police duty In any part of Europe and tho idea is repugnant in every way. ex- EXHIBITS HEAL FEELING. Great Britain's striking embargo against American goods has for a time silenced the Tories on this side of the water who were prating about our debt of gratitude to England and how wo should bow to her control of the seas and put a stop to America's shipbuilding and John advocacy of a largor navy. Dull has shown himself in his truo colors and America should accept the challenge, giving embargo for embargo and let "America first" bo tho motto of all. WILVT EXAMPLE HOES. lo Many do not seem to realize that by earnestness and good they may bo the means of making converts to the church. As the laity como into closer contact with our separated brethren than does the priest the work of conversion depends largely upon their apolo- zeal. If they bo gotlo or compromising there will be no results. If they have the cour age of their convictions and a sincere desire to bring their brethren to a better understanding of tho church's position and teachings they can be tho real missionaries. There never was a time when an intelligent, sincere win could and zealous Catholic moro converts to God than he can at the present day. weak-kneed, non-Cathol- ic ,JIEED THIS HELP CALL. The campaign opened In behalf Syrians of tho Armenians and s should have tho assistance of generally. Those people have suffered much moro bitterly than the peoples In other stricken lands. On tho most reliable authority we are assured that thero are 400,000 orphaned children calling to us from across the seas for help. This appeal comes to us from a land consecrated by the most sacred Christian traditions. In these days tho assurance of distress should in Itself be sufficient to move our charity. Tho committee engaged In the distribution of the funds Is entirely American and in no sense sectarian. Walter George Smith, of Philadelphia, and a Trustee of the Catholic University, and ono of tho most prominent of Americans, leaves In a few days to assist in tho relief work in Armenia. The movement has received the endorsement of "Cardinal Gibbons and other promthe inent churchmen throughout country. Cath.-olic- ENGLISH pro-Briti- sh TORYISM. Tho Now York World, In its role organ, sneers at of a the Irish republic. It says In effect that it Is a huge joke. A Czocho-Stererepublic or a Jugo-Slapublic or a Polish republic all aro acclaimed as worthy of the admiration of all men. But an Irish republic Is only deserving of tho organ that is Jibes of a devoted to England's Interests. It was Wendell Phillips who, in an address delivered In Harvard Col lege, said that the attitude of soma Americans toward the Irish question showed how they wvio innoculatcd with the spirit of English Toryism. This editorial comment of the. New York World furnishes a specimen of this Toryism: "The Sinn Fein Parliament has asesmbled in Dublin for the purpose of declaring the independence of Ireland. If it .were taken seriously it might b vtowsd as a momentous event. But that te more tham Sinn Tela are capable of doing.'' out ot A mercenary srifeblr .. w J "!, . -- " , vt wiiuiu u i( patriotism Is iaeaable ot v v pro-Briti- sh them-seiV- -- uader-jAprj- Somewhat later it happened that KY. The men and young men who look to us for what a troupe of actors came to Loretto is correct in style in at thovcarnlval time, with tho pur pose of performing a Highly ob FIRE, CA1LTY BONDS jectionable play. A pious Jesuit father who was there did his utmost to prevent the acting of this play, but ho failed In his object. Ho then determined to offer a counter atAre better cared for than most any place in Louitraction to the people, to present MEN'S BLACK OR TAN them with a spectacle, of a very fine svillebecause of the fact that we look personally to charactor, ono calculated to raise their interests. tho heart and soul to God. Having permission from tho obtained Bishop, he caused the church ot his This business is ours we are the owners, sales-meton. college to bo most beautifully dec to managers. orated, the high altar lighted up Misses Loulso and Anita Ham- with countless tapers and tho WARNING SOUNDED. Tlieis ihoei are world beater mond have returned from Stlthion Blessed Sacrament exposed during We stand personally for every transaction. You they look well and they ata&d the studies at the forty hours. Meanwhilo at Interbang's of aervloe. They are deilgned A warning against "fake income to continue their ana built for lervlce and they renConservatory of Music and tho Uni- vals hymns and anthems were sung: have nothing to lose. tax experts" has been sounded by versity of Louisville. service. there were spiritual readings and der tha,t Bureau Revenue Internal the two or three short sermons each We are showing great values just at this time and SPALDING SHOE CO. through Collector Gore, of this disThe danco this afternoon for sol- day. The people wore moreover ex. EIGHTEENTH AWD X&F&E in C. diers and sailors at the Knights of horted to approach the sacraments. yuu win iuo uiiuei uu uuiigjomun .iu iuuy :r yuujuii warn u Commissioner Daniel trict. District Out of tho club house will bo under Roper in a statement just issued Columbus This plan proved most successful; OPEN EVENINGS to post yourself as to what is going on in clothing. says ibuslness houses and individual tho atfsplces of the Entertainment the sacred entertainment, if It may CoBimlttee of tho council. bo so called, found more favor with taxpayers are being canvassed this the Inhabitants of Loretto than tho Ire yoar boys aa daeatfom that trlL "Incomo year toy numerous Miss Mary Gathof has announced performance of the comedians. Alpretax Umw for life. tax experts," who offer to use their. tho engagement of her daughter. most the whole population repaired Julia Gathof, to to the church and tho gain to souls ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE Miss Florence magic wands of income tax wlsdo. this to relievo the busy taxpayer frm Lieut. James L. Murphy, of Atlanta, was Immense. at Camp devotion spreadFrom Lorettowholo who is now stationed to tho 113 W. Broadway, fcosJsTllle, Jty. all worries about his tax rcspomsl- - Zachary Taylor. church; It was approved by the Conducted by the Xaverlaa Brothers iVn bilities, Investigation of the ' with InHoly See, and enriched Classical, Sclentlflo Bualnest and qualifications of many of these "exWilliam J, Shaughnessy, son of dulgences by several Popes, preDepartment, Law Courses. Preparatory perts" will disclose tho fact that Mrs. Emma L. Shaughnessy, 741 eminently by Paul V. Swimming- Pool. Well Equipped Oymaa- slum. Termi moderate. very few have had tho training and South Seventeenth streot, who enaro. Benjamin, Mr. June, has retho RKLTCASED FItOM SERVICE. experience that would place them listed In homenavy last tho Harvard from turned anywhere In the export class. The University Radio School. CONVINCING FIGURES. NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON Edward P. Whalen, son of Mr. bureau Is arranging to furnish, for and Mrs. Dennis Whalen, 2022 West taxpayers iu the benefit of .Income 11 r. and Mrs. W. It. Wellman, of In the recent elections In Ireland $M4H4H-tKi'llevery city and town in tho country, Nashville, announce the engage Broadway, who enlisted In the twenty-fiv- e districts a free advisory service by trained ment of their "cousin, Miss Mary A Marines and has been on special thero were Fein candidates were collectors, agents, Inspectors and Connor, to Frederlcn L. Almstedt, duty at Washington, Is again at whero Sinn For a Quick Profit Buy Ahead of the Drill. deputies. At the offices of Col- of Louisville. The wedding will home, being among tho numbor elected without opposition, while on tho other hand thero were no Carservice. lectors and their denudes and at take place at an early date. Just released from the son son candidates chosen without a David J. Whalen, another other central points free information contest. On tho assumption that and advice with respect to filing Mrs. Dennis Whalen, 2022 West who saw service and was wounded contests were held in every district returns under the new revenue bill Broadway, who has been seriously in Franco and Invalided home, arINCORPORATED. the vote for may (bo had up to tho final date for ill for the past two months, has rived In New York this week with in Ireland be 1,012,221 and filing such returns. 714 Building, Louisville, Ky. undergone favorable change this our returning troops and is expect only 289,025would In other against; family and ed hero within a very snort time. week and now her words a majority of 723,196 for This family had four boys In tho The anniversary of tho birth of friends are looking for her comPAR VALUE il.OO. Carsonltes and CAPITAL STOCK $75,000. war for democracy, two still being Sinn Fein. Yet the country Abraham Lincoln falls on the com- plete Tecovery. want Tory press in this "over there." New Drilliag la Alien Ceanty-- . the OH Spot of Kentucky. ing Wednesday. He was born In h of Ireland to dictate its Dr. C. G. Edwards and Mrs. Edpolicies. Kentucky, on February 12, 1809, JOHN H. WOLF, President and General Manager. JOINS DOMINICAN NUNS. wards, of Schenectady, H. Y for O. D. R1GGS, JOHN B. GRUNDY, J. M, McGILL, merly of Louisville, announce the MAOABEE8 ENTERTAINMENTS. Next Friday is St. Valentine'is marriage of 'their daughter. Miss Vice President. treasurer. Secretary, Miss Catherine Hanrahan, of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Hanra day. Margaret Grey Edwards, to Dr. M. Kentucky Valentino Hire of the Sixth street, left F. Sullivan, on Tuesday, January han, of 1228 Saturdav to loin the Dominican Order of Macabees will entertain OLDBST UNDHR. OUR FLAG. 28, at Fort Slocum, N. Y. 9 SJt Sisterhood at St. Catherine's, near with a masked dance at Eagle "Hall IOxS PL CL ,3fcM Mtm az aU rrt jpuniaUM . wit on Second street, TtMTBaoM Ws. CL 116 nM4 Miitw The oldest university under the Mrs. J. W. Galvin, and daughters, Springfield, Ky. Miss Hanrahan Is Thursday evening, near York, next 10x3 CL PL U.tt and Bluegrass 0xS tTheraela PL American flag is thfet of Santos Misses Elizabeth and Alice Hays, a member of St. xouis Uiertranas Thsnaafrld J2xl 9c ........ 11.S1 at wljieU!' Mil 1o lMMt . oar . keth. atTM. Tomas de Aquinas, the famous Do- - returned home last week . after church and a eraduate of Holy Ros Review .No. 45 will entertain with S2xS Thermetd Na. Bs. Aoademy, and has always a1 euchre and lotto Tuesday evening-s. ary JJHUJWIH t n JCTUU1U in mo ependt&g several fcioatfce at Mala OfflM Lwisvllli Tlrt awi JMkk part in etiurca February 11, la the Red Room of Philippines. It was fouadsd in Retail Braneh S. C, where Capt. 0lvln takes a prominent M . TXXJU T. Masonic Temple. Maia kis MreraMa iSn, nae stationed with the Medical and TeVglous work. any time. Writing of tho right of Ireland to tho Chicago Tribune says that tho International rights of the Irish, their rights to complete Independence, their rights to their land, their lives, habits and customs, language and legislation are undeniable in pure equity but the Irish republic will not bo. The one reason Is the British navy. Our programme demanded by various within the United nationalities J States ds to save the Aland Islands for Sweden, tho Dalmatian coast Dantzig for tlj for tho Mr. and Mrs. John Lubbers havo Poles, the Hedjas for the Arabs, een at Martinsville Springs for the why, mst week. Palestine for the Jews. Then not Ireland for the irlsnv (rn Mr. and Mrs. Denny Hlnes are Is no reason except that, no matter what we do or say, thero Is only spending several months In Florida one way of establishing an Irj ana me souiu. republic In fact and that is by sink Miss Annio McGill has been on ing tho British navy. f.an uiisium my, yibiiiub iic ui. , We bellove that puts the situation hnd Atlantic City. Every reason that In a nutshell. Mrs. John McGrody and children, can bo brought forward on behalf of Jeffersonville, have returned from whero they visited of tho Independence of Belgium, Kdenburgr Ind Jugo. relatives. Poland, Slovakia and Finland applies with T. J. Gibbons, a well known resiequal force to Ireland. Thero is dent of New Albany, is seriously ill one obstacle, however, and that i3 with influenza at his home, 1604 England. We were told that tin) King street. war was waged to havo small naDuffy, of Charleston, tionalitiesbut Ireland was to bo W.Miss Anna this week the guest of Va., was on exception. President Wilson de- ht-- cousin. Miss Anna Duffy, In for all Jeffersonville. clared for peoples tout his principle is not to arCapt. William T. If bo applied to Ireland British rived home Sunday Hammond ten to spend diplomacy It. And days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. can prevent though we have been told that thu W. H. Hammond. President will bring up Ireland s SchuBernard Mr. and Mrs. case at tho conference, wo shall bemacher havo returned to New pass lieve It when it has come to after visiting Miss Mary not before. Wo suspect that ho nt Indianapolis. has long ago been shown the British after Miss Josephine Murphy, point of view. spending several months here with her sister, Mrs. J. T. Bryan, has re"National father and son week" turned to her home at Lexington. will bo observed from February 11 Mrs. Josoph L. Sohn, Jr., and to 17, tho purpose being to bring to returned to their re- children have the attention of fathers their In Indianapolis after a visit sponsibility to their boys and to home mother, Mrs. K. McGovern. to her awaken a greater fealty of sons to Mrs. McQueen, who 'has been their fathers. Among the young it hei will tend to a greater practice, of spending several months with has daughter, Mrs. Martin Donahue, thy the commandment, ''Honor returned to her home in Washing 24-2- We have heard little from Ireland since tho proclamation of Independence by tho Sinn Fein Parliament. no Appaiently there has been forcible opposition to the British Government as yet, but what may come within the next few weeks can not bo foreseen. Probably much will depend on the action of the neaco conference In Paris. If Ire land's claims aro Ignored as they probably will be then the situation Is ono that may become serious at COUNG EVENTS. February 16 Sacred concert In Dougherty & McElliott, which ocChurch of Our Lady at 8 o'clock curred early Sunday morning at her home, 1115 South Sixth street. p. m. Council 20 Olackln February euchre and lotto party at club house. February 21 Candy pulling in afternoon and euchre and lotto at night by Altar Society of St Cecilia's church. February 24 Five hundred party, ouchro and lotto in Holy Cross school hall, evening only. 5 Social gathering "February at St. Paul's church hall, Jackson street, with usual games and amuseKmWtigs&rJ&t . ments, afternoon and evening. February 25 Euchre, lotto and supper at Cedar Grove Academy. February 25 Hibernian Social Club moving picture and vaudeville show at Norman Theater. February 2C Social in St. Ann's school hall, Seventh and Davles avenue, afternoon and evening $ ! SOCIETY. Jugo-Slav- s, Czecho-Slovaki- a, -- r Mrs. McElllott was a sufferer from rheumatism and boro her Illness with Christian fortitude and resig nation, supported by the sacraments and ministrations of her holy religion. Sho was a dovoted member of the Third Order of St. Dominic, which paid a marked tribute Monday evening when they visited the house and with Very Rev. Father Heenan recited the prayers for the dead. She also took a prominent part in the social affairs given for church and charity purposes and was an untiring worker. Besides her husband she leaves one brother, P. C. Nolan, with tho Louisville & Nashville railroad, to whom a legion of friends extend their sympathy. The funeral was hold Tuesday morning from St. Louis Bertrand's church, whero solemn requiem high mass was sung for the repose of her soul, with Rev. R. G. Lyons as celSbrant, Rev. B. A. Enls as deacon and Very Rev. J. R. Heenan as ORIGIN OF FORTY HOURS. Tho Adoration of the Quarnntore. or Forty Hours' Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, In commenora-tio- n of tho forty hours during which our Lord's body lay in tho tomb, was first instituted in Milan about the year 1534. Other sized houses in proportion. The ban is off. You may now use all the electricity you need and want. Under the 3c domestic rate for excess consumption you can have all the comforts and conveniences of electric service at low operating cost. Ask our Commercial Department, Telephone Main or City 2182 or use the coupon. with Fixtures and Lamps ready to push the switch TIME PAYMENTS 73.50 UncorpDratwI) Inquiry Coupon Louisville Electric Company Send a man to make a free cost estimate for wiring my house. Name .. Gas & The Louisville Gas & Electric Co. 311 WEST CHESTNUT STREET .' Address Electric Service Makes Houses Really Modern .1 jW AND I fH Our Business Is Clothing . ' Arm-brust- er And We Arc Attending to It. I LOUISVILLE, INI Suits and Overcoats WORK SHOES $3.50 $6.00 - n, High-Re- j li; f -- . & nt $15 $20 $25 $30 $35i! Cunning, Lewis & Brotzgejl CLOTHING SPECIALISTS - MERCHANTS' OIL COMPANY Inter-Southe- rn one-fift- FIRST GUARANTEED SXOGK. bm at , ThM-raoI- , 8pr-tansbur- ft, aftff JUOBXvaOBTSr IRISH .AJBktRIOASr. . GIVE! GIVE! GIVE! .t t . ' ;i-.- t $"& ;rt ",& r- -- sjfc . i'.: Ss ' , Ai ,i '. 3S 'x r,- v ,., &? ? . ; FIRST PHOTO OF GIANT AIRPLANE WHICH CAnmrcs piptv PAggPvnrno KEYSTONER BLOWS "TAPS' M fliH In the Name of . , Pity-Gi-ve! Lieut. Hiram DswJrop, formerly of Gravel Switch, President that he made on me. wiiuiu mree minutes i made up my mind that the Pontiff was of an unusual type of men, and that despite his frail, aesthetic physique, ho measured upvto the high standard of the great oifico lie holds in tho fullest sense of tho word. In statue ho is of tho height of Secretary of War Baker, probably five feet five, and weighs not more than 125 pounds. His figure of courso was concealed by tho long white robe of most exquisite texture that reached from collar to the ground, concealing the low-cshoes of white leather in which his feot wero incased. His only ornaments wero a bolt of whito satin richly embroidered In nurnlo nnrl fnlil on1 nf nniivcn tho archepiscopal ring. Tho, small, round, well shaped head. Sflt nnnnrolv nn ttm niwin sloping shoulders of tho Pontiff, was surmounted by a cap of tho eorc worn oy tno numblest monks of tho TraTvnJnt nnlnr tTinntrj, f wna ut Of Whlffi that could accurately describe the lace oi me i'ope was tnat it is J.r,,o-V"SDrlchtlV." small, aro exceedingly well 'chiseled. nose is of tho pronouncod ttoman type, with just a suggestion of tho' Semitic at tho tip. Tho forehead Is high and broad, tho cheeks full and round, with a healthy glow, uau me jaw strong, aimo3t aggressive. Tho severity of the lower part of tho face of the Pontiff, however, Is softened by tho firm, full lips that Incline upward at the corners and through which flash an unusually regular array or small miiKy whlto teeth. Tho ears, fringed by coal black hair In tirhlpTi thoro rlofimn fugitive skeins of silver, are almost penccuy moaeiea ana stand generously away from tho head. But by far the most attractive feature of tho Pontiff's face aro his eyes. They suggested at once tho student and dreamer, "the eyes of introspoctibn, that look in as well as out." They aro of dark brown, and there Is in the conformation of tho hrnwn nlmnat suggestion of tho Oriental. And now tnoy spancio with kindliness and animation! I do not bollovo I have ever looked into more friendly or patient eyes than those of Popo Benodict, nor into any two In which there lurked so much good' humor. Thov nm tho .anrt nf nvna that register tho keenest apprecia tion oi a. gooa story. When ho talks tho face of tho Thn Tontiirna , VPlVPt. Tho nnlt- - n.rnf.l (apology to Evening Times) 1DI U C1UCK Wowing ,'taps" . Tho CUIIIW, IV iUO blUUKS pisuij Ul IVUHI. Oh, America of the great heart, the cry of the stricken peoples of the Near East is heard at your door. You have been so close to us through all the years of our struggles 'toward thei light Youf.Jhands outstretched id Mohave never been empty ,; . '" SHAKE HANDS I ITdw . , President Wilson Was Grdctcd by Popo Benedict nt tlio Vatican. Every dollar subscribed goes to the Relief5 Work All expenses are privately eea4eoeeecee4eeeeeeeeeeeee-c- f Received z Kentucky's Quota $300,000 or 5,000 Lives Jefferson County's Quota - $90,925 LOUISVILLE'S COMMITTEE: neiij. H.i Sachs, Chairman, B. P. O. E. J. I. Gibbs, 'Churchmen's Federation. Frank IH MJHcr, notary Club. II. X. Lukins, Kiwanls Club. W. O. Hclhnnnn, Advertising Club. Mrs. Alexlna Booth, Woman's Club. Sirs. Morris Gilford, Woman's Club. Thos. Cllncs, Knights of Columbus. W. E. Hughes, Board of Trade. With Full Honors by tlic Splendidly Uniformed Swiss Guards. f Msgr. O'Hearn Interpreted Animated met All funds through the Department of State are cabled Conversation Lasting 20 'Minutes. REGRETTED HIS LAOTC OF TLUE. All funds are distributed through U. S. Consuls or American Agencies Our Government is prevented from giving aid The Red Cross is not organized for Relief Work in these sections ' - Pr. T. M. Hawes; soclation. Ilnlstorlal As- - $ . KENTUCKY HEADQUARTERS The following letter to tho Now nn with wnrulorfiil York World, which deals fully with PoDfi Hirhts the visit and reception of President mobility, his eyes seems to emphaWilson .at tho Vatican, Is full of size with exact appropriateness each interest for the American reader, point ho seeks to make. Ills voice is soft and musical, but firm and and therefore we print it in full: TTIa vnlnmo Tho visit of President Wilson to of irrnnt rnrrvlnir of the enunciation Is delightfully clear and Benedict XV., Pontiff Roman Catholic church, was of aisunct. For a full live mlnut03 more interest than Indicated by tho during the intorviow that he acbrief cable dispatches sent to the corded a score of American newsand officers outsldo world. To all intents and paper correspondents purposes tho President ceased to bo tt'lin worn rrrnnfo1 i cnnplnl nnll. the guest of tho Italian King during ence tho words of welcome utterod tho hour and twenty minutes cov- dj tno pontirr flowed in a melllflu ering tho ceremonials and his ous flood, always in Splendid actual Intorviow with the head of It was not difficult, oven with a tho Roman church. Tho President loft tho Qulrinal vorv HmftPfl rrnnu'lflrtfn nf Ttnllnn Palace at noon and drovo to the to follow his fervid words, not only American Embassy In tho Stato car- becauso of tho simplicity of his riage of tho King. After lunching utterances, but by reason of tho thoro ho entered tho motor car of emotions expressed by his wonderful eyes. Standing by his side, Mgr. O'Hearn listened to tho words of welcome uttered by tho Pontiff In greeting tho American journalists and military officials, and then in terpreted them almost literally. The bearing of tho Popo whllo ho was expressing his pleasure at the visit was of tho most democratic sort When tho Popo entered tho room the visitors, adopting tho custom, had knelt before him, though moBt of Tttem wore of the Protestant faith, a few Hebrew. Tho Popo dispensed with tho formality, however, with a wave of his hand, saying In English, "Arlso," adding in Italian, "We will talk so." He Immediately mado his callers feel at easo by adopting a colloquial tone entirely freo from any suggestion of stilted ceremonial, and as his callers left tho room be bestowed upon each a beneficent wave of tho hand and a smile so generously friendly that most of them will always remember. The President of courso did not kneel as the Popo advanced toward him. Instead he shook hands in good democratic fashion. Mgr. O'Hbarn made tho introductions, and the Popo led tho way to his private chamber, where he indicated a chair covered with violot velvet for the occupancy of the President, seating himself in an exact duplicate of it and facing the President. Mgr. O'Hearn occupied a third chair, between the President and tho President and the Pope, and interpreted tho animated conversation, which continued for twenty minutes. It Is impossiblo of course to even paraphrase tho purport, much less the phraseology of tho conversation that flowed from English to Italian through Mgr. O'Hearn and back again. Apparently, however, it was of the most amiablo and mutually moat satisfying character. Tho Popo accompanied tho President to the portal separating his private apartment from the antechambers of tho Vatican through lines or the Swiss Guards, Cardinals and officials of tho Vatican. AltTTough the President probably did not know It, moro than 5,000 pairs of oyes watched him from tho vast arched windows and sequestered balconies looking out into the great court from which ho descended by tho satoly marble stairway to tho waiting motor. In taking leavo of Mgr. O'Hearn tho President expressed his sincere regret that tho limited time at his disposal did not permit him to view tho priceless art treasures of the Vatican galSlstlno Chapel and leries. As bis motor whirled away a dense crowd of Romans, most of whom wore of the omnipresent beggar type, made a lane through which ho passed on his return to tho Amorlcan Embassy, there to resume his status as tho guest of tho King of Italy and return as such to tho Quirlnal Palace. Powdered borax sprinkled In cornors or behind sinks and cupboards Is better to drive away exponslve roaches than more preparations. DRIVES HOAOHES AWAY. Armenian and Syrian Relief Campaign $30,000,000 Drive The Rev. E. L. Powell, Chairman. .i Kentucky's Quota $300,000 or 5,000 lives Maj. John H. Leathers, Treasurer. John J. Davis,Sccretary 403 LOUISVILLE TRUST BUILDING ' THIS PUBLICITY IS PATRIOTICALLY CONTRIBUTED BY THE FOLLOWING PUBLIC SPIRITED LOUISVILLE FIRMS: .. John J. McHenry Louisville Steel & Iron Company Frank Davis .. J,v .' Judge John Stites From A Friend ' . v ' ' Louisville Gas Jb Electric - Company Fidelity Trust- Company BbUinger-BabbagCompany Box Company Mental Price 6c Lucas -- e. Ambassaodr Pago and Journeyed through narrow stroets of tho more squalid, quarter of Rome to tho entranco of St. Peter's. Here, with tho Ambassador as his guide, he was received with full honors by the stalwart and splendidly uniformed Swiss guards. He traversed broad, stately marble stairways carpeted with purple, through lines of attendants to the upper courtyard of the Vatican, a full hundred feet above tho level of the Soman streets. Passing through a corridor 300 , he was ushered Into the private apartments of the Pope, passing through a series of connecting chambers beautified beyond description by priceless paintings and tapestries, copies of which are familiar to every art collector in tho world. o At tho door of the private chamber of the Pope imeBHaMBmyMHlTrTTifSerrrr Tt Jtr FKvfSitV ' pressive in purple adornment and containing but one gilt chair, on a raised dais, the President was reXmVk JtwLimWSlmmBBLw mmmmmWLWKtmWImWkWmt'f .jlfB5Bffi 1BbHbHbBBB ceived by Mgr. O'Hearn, Hector of College in Home. the- American Mgr. O'Hearn comes from Chicago, to the and acts as interpreter Pope. He Is a man of aggressive personality and of the most cultured and charming manners. the As the President entered audience chamber there came from the door facing that admitting bim the head of the Roman Catholic church of the world. I bad very good opportunity a BLACK BEAR KILLED BY BOW AND ARROW. few hours before to meet His HoliDr. Saxton Pope, Chief Surgeon of the San Francisco' Emergency Hoswhere ness in the eame chamber he received the President, and I pital, and Arthur Young, who practiced archery five years before have no doubt that he made very reaching the skill required for. killing deer, squirrels and game da the . much the same 'impression on the wing aa the Indians did, feet-long- audi-onc- bBBr. RBBTSRTflBTeTaYaTBTBTBTeTBTBTBTsS - KEMipnaoErsr irish amricai. IpSlPH BUNDSCHU Louisville K. of 0. Secretary One of UieJfFJrst to Enter Gor-- i many. Greeted Lost Battalion When They Emerged Prom Enemy's .' Trap. Spent Fifty-si- x tinuous Hours Under Shell Flro in Argonne. Con- WAS WITH THE RAINBOWS. SAME PLACE, BUT HOW DIFFERENT FIFTY YEARS AGO. K. OP C First Hand Account of Their War Work With Army of Occupation. Preceded the Salvation Army anil Y. M. O. A. on Gorman Ground. Have Not Stopped Boys. in Caring For At Anything Soldier HAVE A PARISH IN COI1LENZ. sentative, Charles Phillips, scuds the American headquarters the folNIGHT SCHOOL OPENS. lowing Interesting letter: Over here the K. of C.'a have Monday night the opening of the pulled off all sorts of stunts for night school conducted under the the soldier boys and have not auspices of tho Educational Commitstopped at anything to see that tho tee of the Knights of Columbus lads have the care they need. In took place at tho club house on tho matter of spiritual comforts, as Fourth street, when qulto a numwell as bodily, everything possible ber of students were welcomed. On has been done against all sorts of Mondays Martin Goby will teach odds. Mass has been celebrated arithmetic, algebra and geometry; somehow, somewhere, and the sac Tuesdays John D. O'Leary will give raments administered. But It is a course in business law; Harry In Pnhlpn fhn rnnltnl nt iho Colgan will teach bookkeoping and American Army of Occupation, that penmanship Tuesdays and Fridays, vtrn Tintm fnv inn firot tlmn T hallai'n i .. u ...u w. V..W W...W, W..V.V, and on Thursdays current events I.ONDON DOPERS. actually confiscated an entire par will bo discussed. Classes in other ish a church with pastor, choir Opium smoking and drug taking branches will be organized as soon and organist to boot. I can't tell them, no as thero are you how pleased and gratified I appears to be indulged in to a charge being students for made for tuition. greater extent in bohemian London have felt over this achievement not because it is unique, butt be- than 1b generally known. Facta wrrn magickeller co. cause as results have shown it has were disclosed at an Inquest on a young popular actress, which shows by the boys to been appreciated to Kameror, Fred the fullest extent. All this the en- that what are called "doping par- many ofL. our readers,well knownconis now one of tho ties" have been frequently held in closed clipping from Magic-KellSoap local dallies will show. It was only various flats in the West End of nected with the the capacity of representayesterday that I learned that the Lon, that cocaine and heroin are Works intho State of Kentucky, and German press had taken notice of taken habitually, and various trlp3 tive for he is meeting with good states tho K. of C.'s and our work here. made to "Chinatown" and "Llmo-hous- success. that local This enterprising In tho east of London for With H. L. Welch, another of our Magic Is Secretaries, tho man who drove me the purpose of opium smoking or concern soap the maker ofthe patand deserves up here from Paris through the purchasing tho drug for consump- Whlto and boosting of home IndusWitnesses at the ronage ground extending from the tion elsewhere. ' historic try. I Argonne to Verdun and Etatn, I inquest described parties held In was the first war worker to enter fiats where opium was smoked, tho HOLY CROSS. occupied territory; and tho K. of cost of the evening's entertainment ranging from $25 to $50. orO.'s wero thus the first welfare The young ladles of Holy Cross ganization on tho ground, preceding congregation are preparing for anCATHOLIC FEDERATION. the Salvation Army by two or threo other of their unique entertaindays and the Y. M. iC. A. by nearly the first since last summer The regular meeting for February mentstake place February 24. The a week. As It chanced, I was also to tho first war worker to cross tho of the Catholic Federation of Louis young men are rehearsing for a Rhine, going by Invitation with F. ville and Jefferson county will be vaudeville entertalnmont be to to held Thursday night at 8 o'clock at given Easter Monday, and as many Engineers, Co.. Thirty-nint- h budding. In Neuwled, thirty kilos down the 1503 ot the "best actors" will have re river,- - to assist at the burial of one addition to the regular business be- turned from the war by that time who had been fore the Federation tho new officers an excellent production Is promised. of their comrades on train entering for the ensuing year will be the killed Coblenz. This poor lad, a Catholic QUEEN'S DAUGHTERS. and a Callfornlan Charles Notion, SHOULD ENJOY SUPPER. or Yreka was thus Indeed the first The monthly meeting of the American to occupy German soli held yesterNext Wednesday and Thursday, Queen's Daughters was Knights "of "ubor dem Rhine," and I the first at afternoon evening, there will day K. of C. to cross into that then afternoon and oyster and chile Columbus Hall, with an attendance be an "forbidden territory," for the Army supper forward stride due the experience and energy a served at St. Boniface Hall that was gratifying. After receivhad not then adof Occupation applications for SOLDIER, SHRINE. of the officers. that all visitors will enjoy. The ing a number of important busiBOTH MAY FAtt. vanced so far. membership much My fow words of German were "Lively Maids" of tho parish have ness was transacted. evcharge If tho hopes of Most Rov. Arch the affair frh voiinE? woman who keeps hor TWO useful in establishing our headquar erybody toin partake and invite hos bishop Glennon are realized, the hands white at tho expenso ot her Third Army. Tho work pitality. Lotto will of their ters for the SOOLVBLE nOME CO.AHNG. fourth chapel in the now Cathedral Lm,- - TO, nnrfnrm the household TWO WELLS NOW be a feature of dealing with tho local people de- both afternoons, will tako form In an "All Souls" or .i,,..im ' and OVfir m?niv to astonish volved upon mo. I was the only Bt. Boniface orchestra at night the mortuary chapel, dedicated to tho.nMmin' with her order and cleanll- church, Brook St. 'Michael's will perform. On Our Leases Which We Own and Have ono of us who knew any German street, will givo a social home com- heroic sons of St. Louis who died nesa e eotB a homo of her at all. It was a ghastly joke, how ing entertainment on February 17 in the service of their country. "I own Neither is tho young man who FORTY HOURS' DEVOTION. Interests in Allen County, Kentucky I got by with my twenty words. and 18, afternoon and night. A hope by Easter time," Bald His depends on his father for tho My duties ranged from the purchase Forty Hours' Devotion to tho good time will be provided and it "to havo tho name of a donor, sarie3 0f lit o and the good clothes While we have other leases, wc arc centering our ef of a box of tacks to the securing Sacred Heart a neat sum may be who is mindful of tho city of ourwhlch ho will open at St. Is hoped an, apt to set a very forts on Allen county, because of the low drilling costs. Allen of a warehouse, of two club build- Louis Bortrand's church tomorrow realized tothat this small and strug- ueau neroes, w give xuem a help snrine large portion of the world anre, ings (one for officers and one for at the 10:30 o'clock mass and the gling congregation. county is second in the State in average production per well. ui uio vuinuiu wuiuu wuuiu re for Young Ladies' Sodality and school enlisted men), of furniture We have acquired, valuable holdings in three of the lending main tho kindliest remembrance of MISUNDERSTOOD POSTMARK. same, pianos, repairs, whatnot. And children will tako part In the pro the ways of war in the days ot districts of this county. murphy In my chasings about the city I peace." On Tuesday ovenlng at came unon this Church of St. Jo cession. In a small village in Ireland tho the closing exercises the. men of The Municipal Council of Sofia Do you know that 500 barrels daily production will pay seph, in times past a Benedictine, the Holy Name Society will com mother of a soldier met the village VOTIVE CHAPEL. has decided to name a street in chapel, 300 years prise the procession. $342,187.50 .in a year at $2.00 per barrel? priest, who asked her if she had then a Carmelite that city after Domfnic Murphy, the old. In later days it had become A votlvo chapel of imposing di bad bad news. American Consul General to BulA small block of stock is offered for subscription at church, Garrison "Shure, I have," sho said. "Pat tho Imperial mensions is to be built on the battle GOOD NEWS. garia. When Mr. Murphy left popularly known as "Tho Military field of the Marno. on the spot has been killed." sorry," said the 50c per share, par $1.00. Sofia for Salonika the Bulgarian am very church," used exclusively for the "Oh, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Kelly, 407 Parliament passed a resolution where the German troops received priest. I But when I found "Did you receivo word from local military'. decisive defeat In 1914. The their JOHN H. WOLF, President and General Manager. New It It had been closed by order of West First street, news Albany, on thanking him for his work in Sofia. chapel will be in the fashion of a the War Office?" Monday received tho J. M. McGILL, Vice President. "No," she said, "I received word the Socialist gang up in Berlin, the arrival In New York ofof their safe memorial, and a committee national CROWDS LABOR MARKET. Soldiers' and Workmen's Council, Sergeant William R. Kelly, who son, O. D. JIIGGS, Secretary. of prominent French Catholics has from himself." J. B. GRUNDY, Treasurer. has and when I managed to locate the been In tho service In Franco. The priest looked perplexed ana been formed to carry through the One of tho first effects of prohi- project. pastor (a Polish priest who had said, "But how is that7" bition will bo the taking away of acted for years as an army chap"Shure," she said, "hero is the nONOR PURSE. their means of livelihood from a LAFAYETTE WITH IMMORTALS. letter; read it for yourself." lain with the German troops), I FOCH'S SON KILLED. JIAKES ROLLS PRESn. million people and throwing them found him only too glad to conThe letter said: "Dear Mother the thirty-tw- o ,.,, of Tf.vAltft arc m h I am now in the Holy Land." over- mho sider the prospects of Teopening Ills ho In honor of as Tector of St. ycara penniless into an aireaay has spent Marshal Foch lost his only son Rolls or biscuits may bo freshcrowded labor What do i, church and restoring .the Blessed rick's church, Philadelphia, Pat- 4VtA oilirnnntAO ePmarket. w his ened by placing them in a paper In tho war. Germain Foch was his " :: " " TtnMKIMr ' Inland among tho immortals. The trans Sacrament to the altar. nows WAIT. parishioners Rev. bae. twisting the top of the bag to son, and ho died that his country It did not take long for our "con- Mgr. Williampresented Right purse to do ior those whose property they fer of the casket containing the gether, dipping It In cold water and fiscation" to be achieved and when of $32,000 on Kleran with a of his have destroyed without due process ashes, which have been burled in until a man gets into placing in a hot oven for a few might live. Marshal Foch'a only Don't wait the celebration ot law, so to speak? I left Father Rarkowskl that day cemetery, will tako trouble before lending him a helping the Picpus Capt. Paul Becourt. was golden Jubilee. out tho rolls I had to return to our director, place while President Wilson is in hand; don't wait until ho gets sick minutes. as When taken hot as when killed In August, 1914. light and mea stopping mccouGns. be F. J. Riler, one of the ablest Prance. to extend him your sympathy; don't will baked and are far more GOOD WIFE. the Knights have sent over here, wait until he Is dead to speak in first GINGER PLASTER. pieces of Ice applied sudgood wife" how much hap"A Small to report that I'd gone and done it SEWING CIRCLE MEETING. eulogy of him. Strive to make him wholesome. denly, so as to surprise the patient, my piness is contained in three I bad a church on and hands, short words. Her power thesegood Is will stop persistent hiccoughing. path-that havov as he walks down the A plaster mado of ground ginger DAYS GROW LONG. choir. for way with a priest, organist only really perfectly Next Thursday the then yon mixed with boiling water is better irresistible. It does not Also hot drinks of weak coffee and iHcrcy oeinug virviw Our Lady of some of life, uui u yuuwill have done my troubles bad Yet gooa, wm meet ai wn. uum uo During 1116 monin .of Januarv the than mustard, as it never iblUters, begun, for I etlll lacked the big matter how energetic or industrious m)k taken frequently has the de- Mia Pnnvani 11 7R Tfraf TtnuIv Mom vimr ftolntn linnd. VOtJr SVTO- A lump of sugar It will be a pleasant gathering and pathy and your eulogies will avail and therefore Is good to ue on ad started me on my a man may be, with a careless or sired effect. ?fl Ie.n.?S:tn Aro2 essential that saturated with vinegar will often oil .!. ., UVB uiiuuieH jiuuib S5 tne lace or neck In neuralgia or -- M wu lu jiiuo .nthln. aa )io ,....o-adTenture an Bngllsh speaking- spendthrift wife his best efforts are relieve hiccough. ..w ntnv vm awo uBvu w v Biw M. ..,.... . - nlnnrai Infn tio- -- i ira .!.,& . In Tain. toothache, chaplain to bear the boys' couf. Great unlinowa. From Coblenz the Knights of Columbus War News Service repre- .. A !'' but as yet there was no sign of a chaplain. Christmas was coming on and days passed and no chaplain. I was Just In the midst of a final search through tho town for somo local priests who could speak English and had located two when Father Dannlgan (Capt. Patrick Dannlgan, senior chaplain of the Third army) arrived in town. That was Friday, December 20, and I had only a few hours left to arrange and advertise Saturday's confessions, Sunday's masses and the Christmas day services. Father Dannlgan went to bat like a shot, and to make a long story short, he wound up by landing a real success. Tho clipping will tell you tho rest. One Interesting item It omits is this, the orphan children who sang the responses were all war orphans, not one of them whose father was not killed In the war. Tho Indian lady who sang "Holy Night" was Princess Red Feather of the Cherokees. The final novel twist to tho affair was tho,presenco of Bishop Brent, who asked to address tho boys, and after the services were concluded ho spoke a few words, and very beautiful and appealing words they were. The church was crowded, we had to put chairs In the aisles, offlcors and men alike canio In crowds, and tho natives were there In force and curiosity. And there was another featuro that must be mentioned tho crib. and was It was very beautiful erected by K. ot C. Secretary Joseph Nihil!, with the assistance of two soldier boys. The church Is a fine old structure, full of martial figures St. Mauritius, St. George, St Sebastian, etc. It seats about 1,500. The organ Is splendid. I have tho whole city posted now placards, red, white and blue, Ions. From the first tho soldiers hero had made Inquiries as to this, FORTY nOURS. The Forty Hours' Dovotlon is ap pointed to becln in this city tomor Forty-seconrow at St. Mary's' church, Eighth Sixty-nintand Cedar, when It Is hoped the Seventvenerable Father Westermann will lie able to direct tho services. Tho y-seventh conDivision, which devotions will begin with tho high tained largo drafts of New York mass In the morning and come to a men. Ho declares that the bravery solemn close on Tuesday. of tho New York men was magnifiSACRED CONCERT. Ono of the first men to greet the famous Lost Battalion when they emerged from tho trap in which they had been caught in the Argonno and ono of tho first men to enter Germany, oven ahead of tne American Army of Occupation, Is Frank A. Bundschu, a K. of C. overseas Secretary of Loulvslllo, Kj, who has Just returned after spetfulng over nino months in active service In France. Bundschu was first attached to d tho Division, the Rainbow Division, and saw tho famous h New York Regiment In action. Later he went to tho " OUT OF THE FRYING PAN INTO THE FIRE. it Is Said That An Oil Company Must Go Forward or Backward. WATCH VS GROW 4 Producing Wells 1 Under tho direction of Prof. John Becktcnwald, well known as a choir leader, a sacred concert will bo given on Sunday evening, February 10, in tho Church of Our. Lady, Thirty-fift- h and Rudd, the proceeds to be for the use of the choir of that church. The concert will be gin at 8 o'clock and will be fol lowed by solemn benediction. MACKIN'S SOCIAL CLUB. The Mackln Social Club has organized a quartette that will mako its debut at the dance at the club 18, house on Tuesday, February which will bo In the nature of a calico hop and pie auction, and for all present a good time is promised. The club will bo hosts to tho young ladles of St. Charles parish on Tuesday, February 25. er o" Inter-Souther- n en cent. WE NOW HAVE When the news came that Whittlesey's Lost Battalion was fighting its way out of ambush, Bundschu was ono of a group of war relief workors who wont directly to their aid. Ho distributed candy, chowing gum and cigarettes to tho boys, most of whom wore badly wounded but rejoicing over the fact that they had bested tho Germans. At Chateau Thierry he worked among officers Capt. and men of tho Sixty-nintGlllam and Major McKenna, of New York, who wero subsequently killed, being among them. "Nobody was more sorry that the Lost Battalion was lost," says Bundschu, "than tho Germans, for our boys took a terrible toll of tho enomy; about 105 of tho battalion wero killed. They were all eager for more fighting when the armistice was signed." .Under present plans the above wells should put us on a substantial monthly Entering Coblenz ahead of tho army Bundschu, who speaks Gerdividend basis in the near future. man well, reports having heard a conversation between two German civilians, one of whom asked why the Americans should be treated well by the inhabitants of the ocFifteen thousand acres in Estill, "Wolfe, Bath, Floyd, Breathitt, Lawrence, Johnson, cupied territory. Tho other German replied: "They are treating us Mlagoffin, Knox, "Whitley, Nelson and Spencer counties, Ky!, and Scott and Campmuch better than we treated them." Bundschu, who has two sons In bell counties, Tenn. the service, piloted a Knights of through Columbus roller kitchen tho thick of the fight in tho Argonne, giving tho doughboys hot chocolate as they went Into and came out of tho front line. He and his Kitchen escaped being hit scores of times. After nine months abroad, nearly every week of which spent under fire, Bundschu dehe clares that tho greatest impreBlson he received In Franco was tho unwavering good nature of the American soldier. On many occasions when his supplies had been thinned he told men coming up to tho front that thero was only enough for those leaving tho lines. Tho boys INCORPORATED always raised a cheer and yelled to s, Bundschu, "Give it to the other pop." HOME OFFICE, REALTY BLDCJ. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. Among othor experiences Bundspent fifty-si- x hours under schu in tho shell flro continuous may not havo Argonne. "Tho boys had a subtlo understanding of tho COMES FROM HEART. fighting for," points they wero said Bundschu. "They were all Many delicate compliments have eager to hear about home, and all crazy to get back homo; but not been paid to tho fair cox "by mon ono' of them would have gono back subtlo dn speech, but the following home until the Job was finished." comes straight from tho heart of INCORPORATED an Illiterate negro, who was mar714 INTER.SOUTHERN BLDG., LOUISVILLE, ICY. CHICAGO'S OFFERING. ried in the South by a white min ister. At the conclusion of tne The Peter's ponce offering from marriage the groom asked the price tho archdioceso of Chicago, which tho service. goes to Pope Benedict for carrying of "Oh, well," answered tho minon the benefactions of the Vatican, ister, "you can pay mo whatever in you think it Is worth to you." was the largest in any diocese America, according to announceTho negro turned and sllontly ment Saturday in the New World. looked his bride ovor from head to "Wo promised our stockholders to have nroduction beforo Under tho special appeal ot Arch- foot; then slowly foiling up the March 1, 1919. We have fulfilled our promiso with a big bishop 'Mundelein it reached a total whites ot his eyes, he said: margin of time left. The Merchants is one of the youngest of $81,000. Last year's offering "Lawd, sah, you has dono ruined companies operating in tho Kentucky field, yet it is going was $76,000. me for life; you has, for suro." to with giant h, Due in This Week 4 More Drilling 6 More Contracted For 3 Drilling Rigs Now Operating Stock Will Be Advanced February IS to Par ($1.00 Per Share) LIMITED BLOCK NOW OFFERED AT 50 GENTS MAJESTIC OIL COMPANY OF AMERICA fel-or- Merchants Oil Company CAPITAL $75,000 We Now Have Production PRODUCING WELLS DRILLING noces-arac- o, . street. I i- -,i 4 r..r;" -. iv,t, t,t, son-in-la- ,,--- -A " wlr"n . $ lv 2J5. rV O O ST 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. Road Service. Homo City 8800 .IX&XSd JEI AMBaCAJ w If w Iloma Pfaea 2550 ml D. S. ji RELIABLE GUIDEFOR CAREFUL BUYERS ' I I !l"' im "' " - '" 1 It K HI I 1 '"' i : V 'i ; ' Readers of; the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertiser whose announcements they find In these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. . JOHN D. ROMMEL CO. 014 South Third St. PISK TIRES ACCESSORIES Louis A. Broring, D. REPAIRING WBtiRJNQ Expert Attention On Repairs On All Makes of Oars SPECIALISTS ON FORD KEPAmiNQ DENTIST 900-90- AUTO WELDING & REPAIR GO. Both. Phones 2300 1 STARKS BUILDING. NATIONAL HATTERS Home Phone City 1931 TOM TOLAKIS, Prop. 825 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. Suits Pressed Whllo You Walt. Hats Cleaned and Blocked While You Walt Soldiers' Uniforms and Hats a Specialty. Work Called For ERNEST SMITH, Prop. 713 SOUTn SEVENTH ST., LOUISVILLE, KY, SticSmokkis t J. aalUfib' M. BUCKNER TOBACCONIST National Roofing and Supply Company INCORPORATED WHOLESALE and Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, Attention and Quality." Homo Phone Shawnee 803 The, Smoke Of Hie, Hour. JSRE"VA." SEUaaBMRBtnmtiBRnBwi&MlM MtfMmmSHm 000 West Mnin Street Louisville, Ky. THE SIGN OF QUALITY Hlghl'd 7418 Pitch, Coal Tnr, Tarred Felts, Gravel Roofing (A SpodaHy). 124 W. Main Phonos City 1250; Main 1400-PEOPIB'S PROVIDENT ABSOCXJUnHB Incorporated Wa Organized ty n CIUcmu Wall-kaow- SAM li. ROBERTSON HENRY aOSS CONTRACTOR FOR Hoofing, Guttering, Spouting Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOK Asphalt Shingles a Specialty 1315 S. Twenty-sixt- h St. . w , v s r 2011 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. Home Phone Shawnee 368 TIIB PRKSIDEXT AND IHS TERSONAIi ADVISEKS. SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. JOIIN B. O'LEARY & CO. Picture showing the President a nd official American representatl70s at the Peace Conference. This Loans to those having regular Inpicture was taken in tho Murat mansion In Paris. The delegates left to right are Col. E. M. House, SecreHeadquarters for comes or salary, with no publicity tary of State Robert Lansing, tho President, former Ambassador Henry White and Gen. Tasker H. Bliss, housekeepers CITY AND FARM PROPERTY or red tape. Loans to representing tho War Department. an their personal security. See us about anything In real estate. Wo sell, buy and rent. FEBRUARY INTENTION. F. R. POOLEY, RECENT DEATHS. Building, 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Room 1, Courier-JournThe intention recommended by The funeral of Robert E. Mullen Homo Phone City 4464. 416 S. Fourth Street. fnnk nlnnft Mondnv afternoon from our Holy Father for tho month of February will meet with ready reSacred Heart church. Ho was tho sponse from son of the late Daniel and Mrs. American Catholics'. T. E. YANN DAIRY COMPANY WM. P. BANIfON He asks us to pray in particular for Hannah Mullen, 532 South SevenIncorporated. of teenth street, and a brother soldiers. Wo are justly proud of CONTRACTING PLASTERER TUs rinnth was mnrnTiro Million. our soldier boys. In every clrcum-stanc- o unexpected and followed an Illness N they havo borno themselves SOUTH WENZEL ST. 0 Brook and Bloom In a way that was a eredlt to them of short duration. 4202 Both Phones For and the flag they followed. City 8380 Cumb. S." 153-Monday morning the last sad the boys who come homo we must rites were hold over the lemalns of pray that God give them grace and Christopher J. Gross at St. Pat carry courage to themselves "SOUTHERN STAE" , Home City 2803 twenty-thre- e rick's church. He was through these dangers with the Complete and same fine, clean manhood with REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY years old Mary the beloved husband SLICED BACON Louise Gross, 1635 of Mrs. which they braved tho dangers of Besides his mother "All Ready for Your Griddle in the for the execution of battle. We do not want our boys FRED HORNUNG, JR. Garland avenue. son, a brother, two Morning" he leaves a baby We to taint their clean record. PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING sisters and his mother. HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE gladly gave them to the cause for orders in any amount. which they fought. Wo havo no 712 West Jefferson Street LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. Mrs. Amelia Qulnlan, long a reregrets because tho bodies of many Incorporated Louisvillo, Ky. spected resident of tho West End, lie in Flanders' of. our bravest died last Saturday of tho infirmities Wo would regret that any fields. of her of old age at tho homo of thorn should suffer a fate that WUEST BROS. DEAD ANIMALS daughter, Mrs. William B. Cromis worse than death. We are justly Besides well, 2414 Cedar street. 6 proudi of tho scars of battle that WEST HILL STREET CASH PRICES PAH) HIGHEST her daughter she leaves one son, so many of them wear. Thero must George Qulnlan. Tho funeral was be no other scars. Wo owe it to Call Home Phone City 721; Manufacturers of Specialties, Gen. held Monday morning from St. An erai iuncnino ana model Work Members New York StocK Exchange our soldiers to give them tho best Cumb. Phone Main 721. by many thony's church, attended Steel Stomping that wo have. The best that we old friends and acquaintances. LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. can give is our prayers that tho Home Phone, City 6648 10 1 W. MaiaSi., Loui.ville, Ky. Sacred Heart of Jesus, through the Monday morning death called io Immaculate Heart of Mary, may Gross lest Mrs When In Louisvillo Store Your Car OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI guide and guard our soldier boys. AND eternal agea seveniy-eign- Victoria i, man, iwioveu at the KENTUCKY RIVER LINE wife of John Grossman, 110 Ohio NEARS CENTURY MARK. street, who had been a long and S"H"H"M-- t KOERNER & STRADER GARAGE patient sufferer. Besides her husJ. S. JONES. Agent fm Anepllnn O'Donnell. nrobably 110 E. Main or 110 W. Main band she leaves one daughter, Mrs. tho oldest resident of New Albany, Gas, OH and Repairing, Washing Tho funeral was Fourth and River, Louisville Anna Steurer. on Tuesday ceiooratea ner ninety-sixt- h and Polishing a Specialty. held Wednesday morning from St. birthday anniversary at her Phones: Main 9214; City 416 deceased Home, City 3481. Joseph's church, where homo, 309 West Main street, that many years been a regular had for of her friends city. A number The best GLASSES you can get and devout communicant called during tho day to extend conTHE Sho is 'a native of gratulations. are the only safe kind to wear. "Ask Any Funeral services over the remains Kentuiky, but has lived in New AlMrs. J. Holleran. son of Oculist," bany more than fifty years. She Correct" GLASSES are aa Important nf NicholasHolleran, 1224 Cherokee Catherine Dash 10c has three children, twelve grandmorning OPTICAL as the right medicine and WE mako road, were held Saturday Deceased children and nine at St. Brlgid's churlh. Her children are Edward was a former well known resident them. COMPANY A. J 5c O'Donnell and Mrs. Agnes Gwin, of yean of Louisville, but for some New Albany, and Mrs. Edith Lovel-lcttpast had made his home at Belle613 Fourth Avenue, Louisvillo, Ky., Opposite Mary Anderson, Mrs. O'Donnell of Chicago. ville, Ind., where his death occurred has been a member of Holy Trinity Cigars The on Wednesday of last week. church for many years. While her tffiMMHtmKgngpmrcrasrasns body arrived hero Friday and was fairly good, .. .. .. $. Jt J, A .. t. .. .. .. . has taken to tho Gran W. Smith's Son's TitTtTtTTTVVTTTTTTVtTTT f general health blind been the past.two EtEJ X3V I$VJBJIY IIOJVXBJ for she has been chapel. years. She Is the widow of John aaaaaaEalildaaamfe . East 180 KENTUCKY LAUNDRY CO. Incorporated 014-02- to 20ak On rurnlturo aad Other Percoaa! Property at LOAVS 2 Cnderhlli St. Geo. Dearborn Manager Home Phone City 7G38 BUNGER'S ' CHILE CAFETERIA Z.OWEST BATES COLEMAN BUILDING S. E. COR. THIRD AND JEFFBRB9N uoia I'uoncs zssii al 458 South Fifth Street FOR GEO. 781-7S- LIBERTY LADD3S AND GENTLEMEN THE MERRY WILL CANTEEN CO. Coko Station, Camp Taylor, Ky. Everything for the Soldiers Cigars, Restaurant FIRST CLASS SERVICE O. 4203 S. .9192-- A C08-51- BONDS F. BRETTENSTEIN CO. MA-CHI- Both Phonos 2406 RIUTLINGEE 0 0. Y facilities 3 East Slain Street Automobile Repairing, Engines, Pumps, Elevators and General Machinery Ropairs Promptly Attended To. Home Phono City 1533. Adolph Rcutlluger FIRE INSURANCE TORNADO, LIABILITY AND ENGRAVERS PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET nO.ME GENERAL SPOT CANTEEN MERCHANDISE SOLDIERS FOR SOHLIOH ENGRAVING Tobacco. Drinks, The Right Prices. Soft Candies, Cigars, Right Place for 835 W. Main St., LoulsrWe, Ky. Home Phone City G674 SOUTH LOUISVILLE SAVINGS AND DEPOSIT BANK COMPANY ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS 934-93- ARTHUR A. WILL BUILDER 2431 MONTGOMERY STREET Home Phone Shawnee 1010 Fourth and Central Avenue Three Per Cent. Paid on Savings Deposits. A General Banking Business Transacted. Highland 1033 JOS. V. SPANINGER FRANK A. OHLMANN 000 I SMOKE Lady Little .9. East Franklin Street AND FRESH MEATS 967-- A GROOERffiS Cumb. Main GROCERY AND SALOON, FINH WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS TARPY'S 370 Baxter Avenao n. I e, LOTJISVTLIjEI ciBAiK urs jixjy jostemcs nrooKroHATM) VSTIiSS I )' Best LARGEST IN THE SOUTH. KENTUCKY Madef SHOULD . iFire J a street corner on a "fair day" in Athlone and listened to an old fidMADE IN LOUISVILLE dler and ballad singer. The first thrill of romance surged in tho boy's veins. When tho wondering Magic-Kell- er minstrel struck out for tho next town tho lad trudged blissfully by INCORPORATED his side, with boyish Indifference to the home folks beMdo the River tho boy's Two News of tho death on Saturday HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY Shannon.parent days later him at overtook evening of John William Shea, befrantic loved husband of Mary McCoy Shea, Mullingar. He got no "licking" 2411 West Madison street, came as only a mother's blessing and tho t. MMK8H. JR., YIm Tm. art This. H. I. BAKNOH. PnsWeirt art Kiiwur. a shock to his many friends tears of those who heard him sing throughout the city. Ho was forty-fiv- e DIVISION S. "Molly Brannign," tho first ballad years old and until bis illness First and third Fridays, Hibernian ho ever learned. Thus did John had held a position as accountant McCormack take his first journey on 0 Home, Portland. at tho Custom House. Besides his tho highroad to fame. Today the President Tim O'Leary. wlfo he leaves five small children, into a Vice President Walter Murphy. minstrel boy has grown singer reSewer and Cvlvert 7ip, for whom Is "felt the deepest symworld famed artist, a Financial Secretary John Mou-da- y steam lentaus, lor BaBat&'s Patent pathy. Tho funeral took place His first nowned in every land. 1850 Portland avenue. morning from St. Charles country folks Wall Ceplag, Drain Tilt, Vitrified Brick, A. waysido audience of Recording Secretary John church, Rev. Father Raffo celebrathas swelled to vast audiences, filling Proofing", Flue Lining, Fire Iriett Martin. ing tho requiem mass. the great auditoriums In tho capWnlti. Til. Vira Clay. Chimney Tens. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. K.tt. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Martin Shee-ha- itals of tho world. Many relatives and friends mourn 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. OFFICE the death of Mrs. Winifred Brown, TinMC 1IEK TRT3 QUEEN. Sentinel Thomas Noone. 2228 West Broadway, who had been PHONES CITY 373.1786. CUMB. MAIN S07. ill for several weeks. Mrs. Brown When you want to get your years old and had was fifty-eigad Niatk and Ma&aalia. BreokinridK 9 Vf DIVISION 4. grandest idea of a Queen you do lived an exemplary life, loved and Catherlno of Russia, respected by all who knew her. Sho Meets second and fourth Mondays notofthink of England, or of Marie or Anne of Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. is survived by five children, Walter Theresa of Germany, but when you N. and Grant Brown, Mrs. Mamie President John J. Barry. want to get your grandest idea of Ryan. RATTERMAN Walsh and Misses Clara Belle and Vice President Mark. J. JOHN B. you think of tho plain Brown. Deceased was long Edna Recording Secretary Lawrence a Queen who sat opposite your woman an active member of the Sacred D. Meany. tho table, or walked wlU Heart church, from where the fuFinancial Secrotary Thomas J. father at FUNERAL DIRECTOR down life's pathhim "place Sunday afternoon, Langan. neral took way; sometimes to tho ThanksgivRev. Father Walsh conducting the Treasurer John F. Burke. ing banquet, sometimes to the 2114 WEST MARKET STREET Sergeant-at-Arm- s Patrick Con. grave, but always together soothNORTON BUILDING solemn obsequies. nelly. ing your potty griefs, correcting Mrs. Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland N. W. Crner Ftirlh M. J. McDermott. Sentlriol Jefferion wife of Mary O. R.Martin, beloved your childish waywardness, joining Martin, passed William West 1107a. In your Infantile sports, listening to peacefully away Monday morning frequently mentioned as a successor your evening prayers, tolling for at the family homo, 1921 Frankfort you with needle or at tho spinning avenue, after an illness of bron- to the late Arehbtehop Ireland. nlchts chitis, fully prepared and fortified WELCOMES OAPT. BUNDSOHU. .irloiol nml nn fold warm. wraUDlnK Wmtoc Mi MmohI KaH TntW by "Mother! you up snug and tho sacraments of her holy re OR. JOHN P. BECKER mother! Ah, sho was a queeni Dr. Uriah Z. Litsiy ligion. Mrs. (Martin was held in Knights of Louisville high esteem by all who know her Columbus, hadCouncil, gathering of a great Chirayedlat ANOTRT3R PEKFOliMANCE. and her death Is imourned by the members in their hall Wednesday OPTOMETRIST, 507 neighborhood in which she lived. night. Its purpose was to welcome The comedy drama "Lighthouse SPECIALIST IN FITTING GLASSES L&7M?xs&txnKmmmm iStarka Besides her husband sho Is survived by A. JJundschu, Nan," presented Sunday night tr-- ZZ.?ZZ?mXsmr by a daughter, Miss Eleanor Martin, homo Capt. Frank BaiMimi just returned from eervlco over- i,n rnmir Pinh nt St. Martln'a Hall. Twenty Years' Experience. 9 BotkPhoja- - and one son, will Martin. The seas. Prices Reasonable. the firing lino in funeral took place Wednesday France, Back from served as Knights Shelby and Gray, attracted such a where he mat uuuiou large auenaonce high mass at morning with requiem 315 Starka Buildup. Third Fleer "As Naar to You u tbc Neueet of Columbus Secretary, Capt. Bund-sch- u were turned away, and therefore FhW St. Joseph's church. Faartk and Walaat. gave an interesting: account of another performance will bo given Phone City 1180. The comparfy the K. C work among the soldiers tomorrow night. BISHOP DUNNE. FUNERAL and his experience when tho showed ability of a very high order went in and saved the and scored a greater success than Tho lUght Rev. Edmund M. battalion" In the had been looked for. SPECIAL SPRAT $3.00 C-O-- A-L Dunne. Bishop of Peoria. 111., was famous "lost years old Argonne forest. A SPECIAL WJIBATH SS.OO last Saturday fifty-fiv- e Capt. Bundsohu was formerly a LINCOLN CELEBRATION. and tho recipient of many conBWBOBMMwannni gratulations and messages on hlo member of the City Fire DepartKnlghta of council Tho local was ment and until he enlisted for overanniversary. Biahon Dunne born in Chkago and was ordained seas service wag Superintendent of Columbus will conduct a Lincoln a priest on Juno 24, 1877. He wasi the Home for tho Aged and Infirm. day celebration at tho regular We are now prepared to deliver coal Wedneswith the American coneecraiea aiiwiop on Bepiemoer He has two sons and during hla ab- meeting of the council nextGov. Edpromptly to all parts of city. day evening, 'and Lieut. 21. 1900, succeeding the mom Rev? army In France John Lasoaeter Spalding, D. D., the sence, his wife was a canteen worker ward J. McDermott- will deliver a ST.BERNARD MINING CO. diocese. The at the Offlrers' Training Camp at tribute to President Abraham fim Biehop of Ftowera XTsrywhera name of Biehop the ((H(?WIM) Veth PIihm 932. W Dunne had been Knoxrille, Tenn. MAGIC WHITE SOAP M-- K Extra Good Soap By Soap WorKs Sntttrilnv mnrnlncr death released Miss AnnabeUe O'Brien, 736 Dear born, irom earmiy suuering. iojiow-in- g an operation at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital. She was the rTniiirhtor rvf flnthfrlnn nnd tho late John O'Brien, and among her wide circle of friends and acquaintances was held In the highest esteem. Her funeral was held Monday morn-infrmn TTnlv f!roa fhiUYh 1TI0V. Father Brey celebrating the requiem mgn mass. n- DRIP?!: m Brod-eric- O'Donnell. M'CORMACK'S A Where the Quick Meal Comes In Where tho homo Is brightest ; Where tho work is lightest; Whero tho meal is cooked best; Whero tho rango stands tho test tho That's whero "Quick Meal" comes in. Qnlak Where work is quickly done; Where cooking- - seems real fun; Where baking gives delight; Whero drudge Is out of sight That's whero .tie "Quick Meal" come? In, FIRST AUDIENCE. hnv nf rilno vpalS old stood at So jgaKiffffF-ygMHranagsr- P. BANN0N PIPE CO. U4a ad 9ea rf Ual Gaa Ranges Sold, Installed and Highly Rsoenmaadad 1818-182- f k, lifcrifcK ct SON, w market st. Liberty Insurance Bank pCCUPIES NOW NEW QUARTERS WEST MARKET STREET, BET. SECOND AND THIRD Hundreds are joinine ur War Savines Club. One dollar's worth of Blue Ribbon Garden Seed free with every new saving's deposit of $1.00 or more. Club limited to 1.000 members. 1 n. kltlcq-Thirteaatk- aad ht FRED ERHART ARCHITECT floojtltttplnl EXPERT Accounting Business Success Is Yours When you master theso wonderful systems. They meet modem conditions and Government requirements. Titer save tho student 20 per cent. In time and money over tbe old bookkeeping methods or Pitman or Graham Shortbaad. Taught exclusively at arm-in-ar- m ni jjJo Bryant Stratton Business College, CORNS,BUNIONS Third and Walnut (Incorporated) Louisvillo, Ky. Haw Olanei Start Monday Pay aad Mglst WANTED. Two respootablo business men, or women, to occupy well furnished front room, all modern convenlonco3, Sab; fltSmW near Broadway car line. (Best locality. Terms reasonable Reference exchanged. Address "Wanted," care Kentucky Irish American. PERFECT FITTING SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES ROWERS own OPTICAL-COMPANY LOUISVILLE,. KY. A coaptete Use of .FaraUroa at price, that are always th lowest. 426 W. MARKET Satlsfaatloa eaaranteed. SJSZ!?.. $5.90 H. B0SSE&S0N Oculists' Prescriptions. SOUTHERN E"Er tlraa xaroexywKATJtB" Fourth and Chestnut. Funeral Directors and Embalmers. 10 FBHR AVSIfUS KisnrTJOJKrsr irisii jxjs&.,e-xx&aj&- . KEYSTONE POLICE ANSWER BURGLAR ALARM KNIGHTS OF GOMiMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and 'vS)vS)vW CHILDREN'S m i Herman t fOifflTH Avenue MHHBMIMnMieBaMeaeMMBHBMHHeMMHHiieBHn ))! Straus CO?Pa0Anro " sons ' MARKCT STBtET li I jj 1 1 ? f We Qtvt and Redeem Qold Trading Stamps. j HOES $2, $3 and $3.50 grades at $1.45, $1.95 and $2.45 in our February &A.JW$$ LJl THIS li - A largo class was given tho degrees at Fort Wayne las Sunday. With Sunday's Initiation at Omaha tho membership passed tho 1,000 mark. Tomorrow Price Hill Council, Cincinnati, will confer tho honor of Knighthood .on another largo class. Two hundred Knights attended tho banquet to celobrato tho victory of tho allied armies at Watertown, N. Y. WHITE SALE! i This is a event with us an opportu- nity for you that comes but once each season. You really can't afford to miss it. semi-annual jj ' High Grade Eastern, Kentucky Lump Coai rdtr District Deputy J. J. Donovan and his Kentucky team will confer tho third degree at Indianapolis tomorrow. Louisville Council has entered campaign and tho will havo a fino Initiation on SunTwenty-seve- n years of value givday, February 23. Orand Knight Sammons was preing leadership compels attention! sented with a purse of $500 by Why look elsewhere? members at the installation of offi1 cers at Utlca, N. Y. I dent Kn Gllmoro Council, Cleveland, has tohuh I'm loaned Its club house free to the the most American Railway Red Cross as a Stared of, refuge for returned soldiers. v.ep or i Indianapolis Council will induct 1 WWlL I HolJopt a largo class into membership toFOURTH AVBNUU W morrow, to bo followed by a banquet at the Claypool Hotel. HI i The Knights of Lafayette, La., aro elated ovor tho success of tholr first public demonstration, their banquet Louisville's Keystone Police In their thrilling reel, "Blewie," In honor of Right Rev. Bishop Inter-Southe- rn "Blewie," "Bang," "Bang,.' but to date the ccjnedy police haven't Jeanmard. seoms to bo happy Everyone and burglar. captured a feeling good sinco tho initiation at JAMES R. DUFFIN, President. WaJioo, Neb. Bishop O'Reilly's IOTJISVIIiLE, mr. presence added greatly to tho pleasures of the occasion. Why not take an agency for a conservatively managed, mcdlom-skeTHE STORY OF Lieut. Col. John B. Tuck and progressive company, whoso treatment of agents and clean, seventy-fiv- e other soldier members all oX the poUBfkelders and whoso standing and courtesies with back from tho front were given a PAIRS OF SHOES gracious reception last week by American Iifo Insurance Companies give it a position of tho very What They Have Been Doing Union Council at Syracuse. highest rank? The largest service flag In Nelthe Past Week General son county is that of tho Knights News Notes. RESERVE AND SURPLUS FOR PROTECCAPITAL, of Columbus at Bardstown. It has 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, thIrty-4.wstars, them TION OF POLICYHOLDERS MORE THAN $4,500,000 Little Lesson in Econ- for Oscar Schafer,one of lost hisgold, who life in battle in France. Deposit with tho State of Kentucky under the Tho Ancient Order will be ably omy For Mothers more than $4,600,000. race conCompulsory DepoBlt Law represented at tho Irish Omaha Council has sent to President Wilson resolutions endorsing vention in (Philadelphia. Excess deposit over all requirements $1,000,000, and Fathers of requires. tho application of the principle of or 20 per cent, more than the law M. M. Mahoney has been selected to Ireland and Louisville. Tor Grand Marshal of the St. PatIFar good, clean agency contracts with renewal commissions, so recommending that tho President of own have an independrick's day parade at Indianapolis. Climb. Main SOOS-Homo City 2008 that you may build up a business of your Office and the Company. tho United States use his influence of ent permanent Income, address the Homo Tho Hibernians of Portlanl, Ore., to bring about a consideration of have begun preparations for their I a afternoon Ireland's cause by tho peace INTER-SOUTHER- N LIFE INSURANCE CO. annual Irish fair, to take place May with spentfriendrecent Sunday father of wh,o is the a 6 and 7. three, romplne, boisterous, LOUISVILLE, KY. American Judging from press reports there 9, 12 and l& years. boys, aged about BUCHRB, LOTTO, SUPPER. HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071.r Is much activity in Hibernian cirNow these lads aro just average, cles in Omaha, where tho order Is that Is they are just like your boy Friends of tho Sisters havo arwhen It comes to tho rough ranged and mlno gaining great strength. for a delightful euchro and use of shoes. If they see a particularly J Division 3 of South Omaha re- nlco stone Imbedded in tho earth it lotto party for the benefit of Cedar many applications at this immediately becomes ammunition for Grove Academy, to be held there on ceived tho week's meeting for the big initiation shoe, next sparrow and the toe of the tho afternoon and evening of Feb2 -2 Lbs. For 90c according' to their notion, Is tho ruary to take place on February 10. 25. TJiero will be numernii proper implement with which to xs xarewar rom its rxara cot It. Also a nice smooth concreto handsome awards and also a most County President John McAdams, a carrxx walk was laid especially to slldo on paiataoio supper. qthuutt. of New York, has foegun an active not to walk over. This of course campaign to harmonize the differ- andgreat fun for tho boy, but it's hard is father's purso and the shoes. EPISCOPAL JUBDLEES. ences existing among the divisions onMr. happened to bo metropolis. in the front yard engaged in tho Importer mud Router of Hlsh and Coffee, Sola In tho Tho year 1919 will bo a year of game of whirling on one heel, Right Rev. Bishop Chartraud Direct to Consumer. will deliver tho sermon to tho In- which brought tho shnrp rap on tho numerous anniversary celebrations SU W. KAXXX7 ST. X,T7XSYXXiXa, XT. father on their window from turned with motions to among prelates in America. Car dianapolis Hibernians Return thla sdvertliieaiafit with remittance ma we communion Sunday, March 16, at desist and "general tho. Conversation dinals, Archbishops and prelates of to boys in and their shoes J1 obarfM previa. TO. T. JL. will ship Coffee by Parcel Pest, aegreo will be Included in particular. lesser St. John's church. I asked my friend how much It Tho Hibernians of New York City cost him a year to shoe his threo boys among those who will celobrato tho juDiiee or other anniversaries of have agreed to sink all past differ- and his answer was "that nil tho ho had left after Threo Bishops ences and are united to make tho moneyexpenses went to the naylntr his their ordination. shoo man." Honnessy of Wichita. Oarvcv of fltlicr coming St. Patrick's day celebration Ho continued sayim; mat where a rew ho most memorable in tho history years ago ho could buy shoes for his Altoona and Harklns of Providence AL. S. SMITH, PROP. will celebrate tho golden jubilee boys at from $2.50 to $3,50 per pair, of the city. it now "set him back" from $4.00 to of their ordination In the courso of The Ladies' Auxiliary of Los $6.00 per pair and as each boy "kicked which is in a flourishing con out" a pair about every threo months the year. Threo others Rico of Bav and it meant an expense of about $60.00 Burlington. Rhode of dition, have preparations under way per year for shoes alone. MEED wsule kits Uitei a Tkat yam ipest r Nussbaum of Corpus Chrlstl iwlll for the reception of Mrs. Mary Mc- With an eye to business I asked celebrate the completion of twenty- SAVINGS ACCOUNT with tWi bask; to er Imtertit COMPOUNDED attention to he ever Whorter. tho National President, him ifold shoes, paid much Idea of hav- - nve years with the their in ine pnestnooa. wh'o nill visit that city snortly. yew -BOTH PHONES 810. MAY COMK a Usm w uuiwintwite a yw; Tkr cardinal of Boston. Owing to the health conditions of was purchased; ho admitted that ho Archbishop O'Connell Glonnon DO MEED. Tke SAVING mw el tbe of St. Louis not, mat moiner simpiy saia nit be sat for lentethlar to tho city tho Ladles' Auxiliary of shoeo" right" and ; and Bishops SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. cewtaj. San Francisco omitted tholr banquet paid the and ho said "all them month, and Heffron Ward of Leavenworth bill the first of elfn yen re wattiat: Might keep that "krd tiate" fr of Winona will cele on St. Brield's day, February 1, .aioiner was xnen caueu una aBKeaihta , i which was observed by tho members' what becomo of her sons' old shoes their ordination they had as priests. In May "Tho nttomllnf iiftrii mass n.t bt. uoso after ,a lmpy served their time. them tho Right ciuttercd-utHo with 'Rev. Thomas S. Byrne, Church nnd I wish y,ou would get rid of them head of tho Nashville diocese, will City 2360. Main 2360-time," was the Sunday morning tho Ancient Or- - beforo celebrato golden Jubilee of his der and Ladies' Auxiliary attended , reg- - at my SU(fgcsti0n father and I ordination the a priest and a few as mass and received holy communion slipped up to the attic to look them months later ho will :elebrato his they were, nil over. in a body at St. Mary's Cathedral shapes Therosizes, some without colors, silver jubilee as a Bishop. The Fifth and Court Place. at Portland, ore., in nonor ftf tno ton ucs and soIcg wmo curlcd up eyps, only other members of tho Ameriflko or feast of St. Brlgld. Monday oven- - ' a rubber ball, others perfectly good can hierarchy to celebrato his 7 p. m. Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturday Until Inn- luitn lirvlrl n Inlnt RABQinn fn and nppdlnc onlv tho hand of the jubilee or the completion of t0 sKo tnom rcnowcd llf0 ?,e,S?1Jcne,.r Hibernian Hall, Fathers O'Hara and years his a Bishop Tl fvt n rinilitAtiiii n mlH Afianff " the miscellaneous lot I selected win twenty-fiv- o Right Rev. as(Patrick J. UUi tni3t rrora UUVlilU UUllt Vliiifc, 0 bo the B. CHESTNUT LOUISVILLE, EX. 9 pairs anl told father that at a total cost ,of $12.15 these 9 pairs of shoes Donahue, Bishop of Wheeling. GENERALS. OATnOLIO good as Right Rev. Mathiaa C. Lenihan could be rebuilt and made flflfrt TTa wna nVnntfnnl hilt en will celebrato tiAnr Scannell O'Neill, writing In the ahead. An old suit caso was procured. versary of his tho fortieth anni ordination and the I Catholic Columbian, gives the fol- - the? pairs dumped in and Monday they were turned over to completion of his fifteenth year as lowing list of Catholic Generals In Bishop Great the American army. He does noti Now Joe Is a dandy shoemaker and prelate of the samoFalls. Another of State, Bishop INCORPORATED havo exhausted the list. 'also tho father of a couplo of boys, claim to ... at he in l. 1529 WEST MARKET STREET i. ivi.i. it ...111 .Fourth the foreman of my shon ana uarroii, or Helena, will celebrate """ City OIC I, nnd Jefferson streets, hn thirtieth annlvftniarv of hln Guthrie St. prove distinctly Illuminating: iwhen he saw those 9 pairs ho said Mbjb OlO OlD Speed BUG. Major Qen. Joseph Theodore "leave it to mo, I know Just what ordination and tho fifteenth annl- these shoes need and I'll see that tho versary Of his consecration as a WHERE FROM. NAME, PER TON. ?hekZner4UnPrArmy Toccupa'tion Roches- SSSfrtiA Ts 'good" Western Ky. In Germany. years "Taylor" $5.90 shSesW"mo out with a smfle on thel? tor. will round out thlrty-flv- e as Black Beauty $ Major Gen Francis J Kernan, fn"c- each sh0 bad a now Chrome In tho priesthood and len yearsStill 6.75 "Harlan" organizer of Overseas Service, Chief 1aenadthll,;ere0,wa"stn't a "in oV break'" hoaiof the Rochestor diocese. Straight Creak of Embarkation and member of inBlo shoe a, another prelato with two txnnl- 7.10 "Pioneer" was gratified, it Supremo War Council. rather new shoes at a cost meant 9 vorsarles to observe during tho yoa'' Wilton Mines 7.10 "Jallico' of $1.35 (g Bishop Curley, of St. Augustine. Malor Gen William H. Johnston pairs of & W?rPZSl " celobrato the flfteonth an- Major Lee BuUard. ?& Major Gen. John E. O'Ryan. was shown tho economy of having nlvorsary of his ordination and tho STEA'M Major Gen. Thomas II. Barry, Bnocs rebuilt and I made a steady cus- - fifth anniversary of his consecration. DOMESTIC 961 S. SECOND ST. LOUISVILLE, KY. In April the MostKev. Alexander commander of tho Eastern depart-- . '"U'oso you let mo dcmonstrato ment. this economy for you, I don't care if.Uhristlo will complete nis twentieth JASJ.HcTIGHE.SalesAgt R. A. WATSON, Manager Major. Gen. Samuel Davis Stur- -' fs pno pair r fifty, men's, women's, year a3 Archbishop of Oregon. Tho ) gls. whose father, the late Major, ildTng'mV Tt'ln following month the Right Rev. PVTV Gon. Samuel Davis Sturgls, was a first class manner and at a price thot Alexander J. McGavIck will observe dollars in the commander In tho civil war and a will save you many your snoen are tho twentieth anniversary of his courso or a year, ir as Auxiliary Bishop of dovout convert for many years not worth rebuilding I don't need tho consecration Another prelate with his death. money baa enough to no dishonest Chicago. If.wontv vpirs In thn nnlfiennatA to his Major Gen. James W. McAndrew. about it. no laicsi improvea uwwyrar iim- - crodlt Will be tho Right (Rev. Fred- Major Gen. Frank Mclntyxe, As' k'rfhVmonfy win iffi?. erick Els, Bishop of Marquette and sistant Chief of Staff. U. S. A. We Say, Sell Ka& Quote Close Market On Major Gen. John E. McMahon. expert workmen mako It possible for sauu aio. Aiarie. ino iniosi Jtov. We're Prepared to Do It Promptly snoes to do reiurnea completely re Henry Moeller will complete Major Gen. Joseph E. Kuhn. his ALL KENTUCKY OIL STOCKS Doyen, U built, samo day recejvea. Brig. Gen. Charles A. fifteenth year as Archbishop of Style. and in First-Clas-s for economy, Tours We operate at the dally ielon of the Kentucky Oil Exchange, where S. M. C. (died December, 1918). of Bishops Hartley Cincinnati. J. H. SKINNnn, Manager. we eeweate buying' or selling orders for clients at the opes call sessloBs. Brig. Gen. John Ryan. Columbus, Davis of Davenport and assures lUi public. our clients the benefit of the closest market prices made toy the Brlir. Gen. Manus McCIoskev. Van de Ven of Alexandria will celeBrig. Gen. Hugh A. Drumm, Chief hoe Repair fit?. brato tho fifteenth anniversary of WE CHARGE NO COMMISSION or Staff, A. E. F. their consecration. American Vet tfcis service except the usual a per cent, charged by the Sxchaage. Brig. Gen. O'Neill. m Tho prelates who will celebrate ex wxrb okdxrs otrs xxfxvse 'mess Brig. Gen. Dennis Nolan, Chief tho completion of their first decade Intelligence. A. E. F. In tho eplscopato will Include BishGO. of Brig. Gen. Robert Emmet Callan. Two stores right on Fourth street, ops Dunno of Peoria, Farrelly of City 4511. BTJTLDIK9. Kala 3088. Brig. Gen. tJames E. Mahoney, 4th ahd Jefferson, 4th and Walnut. Clovoland and Grimes of Syracuse, CariU, Bill Heads, Letter U. S. M. O. and Auxiliary Bishops. Anderson of Brig Gen. James A. Ryan. centers will Boston and Corrlgan of Baltimore. Circulars, Dodgers, Etc. Brig. Gon. Charles McKlnstry, April 1. Examination be designated to meet, oa far as Bishop Schlnnor of Spokane will U. E. Engineers. of anniversary the convenience of candi- celobrato tho Dance and Wedding Inritatiecu Brig, Gen. Edwin B. Babbitt, son possible,who must be laymen. All his episcopate, fifth the Right Rev. HARYEY-JELLIC- O and dates, of tho late Gen. E. B, Babbitt. complete a to Henry a Specialty. communications Brig. Gen. William J. McNlchol- - these seiholnrships in reference ad- similar Althoff aswill Bishop of Belleporlod should be (INCORPORATES) son. HOKE PHONE 846. dressed to tho Very Rev. E. A. Pace, ville, 111. Brig. Gen, Lenihan. Thirty years in tho priesthood Catholic University of America, Brig. Gen. Augruatlno Mclntyre. completed by (Bishops Washington, D. C will be Brig. Gen. Edward T. Donnelly. Schrembs of Toledo, Busch of St. DISTRIBUTORS OF THE Cloud and Ruaeell of Charleston. NOT EVBRYTHING DRY. scnoLARsmrs. Bishop Duffy of Grand IRaplda, Experience shows that prohibition Nob., will celebrate the twentieth 31 WBBT GXCEBHtre ttWREDKT. Competitive examinations for the hlB Knights of Columbus scholarships dose not make everything dry hut anniversarythoof Right ordination, as ' Rev. John J. will ,be 'held Anril 26. 1918. Atvnli- - promote hypocrisy, perjury, fraud. will also Bishop TONV' $6.65 of Monterey and The Federal Cantwell, oatione 'for admission to the examln- - and other crimes.Los Angelee. with ui. Terms cash. jaUoa should ,be filed not later ttaac)urt record preva thte. fiac your next Clean Up Sale ill I million-memb- er Jlpf LJV l$fri White Goods Coats Suits WAISTS Men's Shirts and Cotton Wool I JIB 4U-4- tf Life Insurance Co. d, dad-burne- d" HIBERNIANS. 9 9aaeaja Mixed Blankets! fm DOUGHERTY & McELUOTT the fFuneral Directors and Embalmers BOTH rH03:B;s. n fWttwwwfiiiH tmnnM uinnniiii g, VVeAVtAAWWVVVAVWVV r Mulloy's New Blend Coffee 1- Je BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. that dls-lod- JOHN M. MIjrEvOY Nine-Year-O- ld soul-stirri- SAAvvvvvi littNf0mIHt)N GRAN W. 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