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KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 7. PHONE: U ery Driver an liscort. Louisville Caniage & Taxlcas Co. Incorporated g;iMDCKmiKimronrarciTM VOLUME XLH.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1919. PRICE FIVE CENTS. HOME RULE Irish Tarty Formed That Advocates Solution Through Principle of Federalism. Suggests Tlan For Unity in versity Such as Obtains in America. Goncmincnts From Interference With Religious Equality. REPUBLICANS I Arrange So No G. Havo Sayso O. CARDINALS And Archbishop Dougherty Will tend Irish Race Convention . 1. Voter Will Tarty At- in Affairs. at Philadelphia. Cardinal Gibbous Will Tioposc olutlon For ntion for Ireland. n. Di- Councilman 'Alterll, of Reform ministration, Causes Sorrow. Fed-cratf- Ad- Kcs- - ProliibiU. Any Near Mnjor-tate- That You Must VHHbAb tf 5 vflft? ."X jveSSSbsk jtS t. w Not Laugh at Keystone Policemen. Will bo Uic Gi cutest Gathering of Iiish Itncc in American History. t NEW FIREMAN SHOWS CANADA MAY BE TD33 MODEL. OFF. NOTABLE MEN 'WILL SPEAK. Tho Associated Press correspondent, writing from Dublin on Saturday, says that for tho moment Ireland seems divided Into two parties of extremists, one side demanding the overthrow of every vestigo of British rule, and the other demanding tho maintenance of tho existing system of government to bo varied, if at all, by an actual extension of union principles and the treatment of Irish counties as If they were British shires. An attempt, however, now is being made to tackle the problem In a manner Intended to reconcile conflicting interests by working out a plan for unity in diversity, such as obtains In America. A moderate Center party is being formed in Ireland to advocate tho solution of Irish home rule through the principle of federalism. Before Ireland swung over to tho Sinn Fein the most familiar demand of those Nationalists who wore dissatisfied with Asquith's homo rule act was for Dominion home rule. The new Irish Center party proA poses to meet that demand. Bchemo has been drafted which In the main follows tho Canadian model of 1867. The political and religious differences between the provinces, the variety of their character and needs, It is argued, are no more acuto in Ireland than they wero in Canada, and the Canadian rexierimentha$ been a great suc- been sinking German submarines. Lower half of photograph shows the deck as an ordinary tramp steamer; upper half of photo shows eight-Inc- h gun ready for action against doors thrown down revealing subs. BRITISH MYSTERY SHIP REVEALED AS SUB DESTROYER. Two views of the deck of the British mysterious ship that has .?nSBKiTat(atftlalacJtsuaaionai or Sy a<y. r 'nercrare-w-"ub'"- "-- by the declared Ireland Is sponsors for tho plan to bo large enough to provide for local divis- - cess. naments for provinces comuiumg u much smaller population iuuu mo smallest of the Irish provinces and in some cases a much smaller area. Moreover of the States comprising the American Federal Union eighteen have a population smaller than that of Connaught, while eight others have a population smaller than that of Ulster. The new Irish plan proposes a separate provincial Parliament for each of the Irish provinces; although some suggest only three with a grouping of Each Lelnster and Connaught. provincial Parliament would have Its own executive and its own exchequer and have full control over all tho purely internal affairs of tho province. At the same time there would bo established a central Fedits own execu- Fox. eral Parliament with controlling all and exchequer tive Financial Secretary George Maraffairs affecting Ireland as a whole. tin. plan differs from the Canadian Tho Treasurer Peter Lehmann. model, however, in the proposal that Marshal William Bronger. constitutional unit of Ireland as a Sentinel John Hettinger. repretho British Empire shall bo Parlia- The next event will bo tho ban Imperial sented also in tho quet for members at the club house celebration of Washington's for In Th'e scheme of constitution Is birthday. Parliament the Irish Federal based on that of the homo rule act BIGOTS FOILED. of 1914, but it is suggested that both of the houses shall bo elected Stato by proportional representation. The of The parochial schools of thoImmeMichigan are not In any wholo scheme has been worked put diate danger of suppression, accord in detail and is presented as giving ing to a statement or tho uignt the amplest opportunity to the vari- Rev. Michael J. Gallagher. Bishop ous provinces to work out their own of Detroit Bishop Gallagher de aestinie3 by their own methods. clared that the petition filed to pointed out, would be bring Belfast, it is to a vote next April the proas free as Cork or Dublin from any posed amendment constitutional its local liberties. eliminating nil parochial and private interference with both Federal schools Powers of taxation, in the State has been deand and provincial, are provided for sys- clared Invalid by the Attorney Genrearrangement of the Judicial This The scheme eral. efforts is the second time that tem has been devised. of the enemies of tho the prohibits both provincial and Fed-or- Catholic schools have como to Governments from any Inter- naught, but the matter Is sure to ference with religious equality. As be brought up again. to education tho proposal is made Educathat the National Board of its conSOCIAL AND SUPPER. tion should be resolved Into elements and two new stituent An event of the coming week boards be sot up in lieu of It, one which is of much interest and is exclusively of Roman being anticipated to consist with great pleas-ur- o Catholics and tho other to represent social Protestant denomina- and is the euchre and lotto to bo tho various supper board to have its activi- given excellent warm afternoon and tions, each next Tuesday ties limited to its own denomina- evening at Holy Tilnlty church at tional Interests. Bt. Matthews, of which Rev. Father Tho plan was one of the numer- Bohlsen is pastor. Admission will to the Irish be free and tho members of the ous ones submitted convention last year; but It was congregation will see that visitors not considered then, because the from the city have a really dollght-fu- l convention concentrated Itself on an time. effort, whloh proved fruitless, to to the secure the consent of Ulster ParliaSEES ONLY nOPE. single Irish authority of new ment. The men behind tho provIh his speech from the throne tho movement aro from allmostly men King Georgo paid only scant atand of all classes, inces mov- tention to Ireland, whoso position of experience In affairs. The and demands appeal to tho world. spirit is Capt. Stephen Gwynn, Here is what he said: ing recent general elecwho until the "The position of Ireland causes Parliament tion was a member of was John me great anxiety, but I earnestly City. He for Galway may soon suffman during hope that conditionsmake it possible d Redmond's iciently improve to Like Redmond to provide a durable settlement of the Irish convention. of he was an enthusiastic supporter the this difficult problem." in In America and Ireland there Is the war and was a leader army In an almost unanimous hope that work of recruiting for the of a President Wilson and tho (Peace Ireland. Ho now is a member proof body charged with the work Conference may provide the hoped-fo- r by viding for the demobilization and and upondurable settlement andinsisting of Irish soldieTS the establishment of an Irish republic for sailors. that long misgoverned country. WHOLE TOWN THANKS TRUEST. This would be a solution of the problem that should meet the icing's The whole town ot Mlnocqua, - hope and give world-wid- e of creed, Joined reWis., regardless single-chamber- Vice President Marshall, speaking Saturday night in Washington before tho National Press Club, denounced Bolshevism and anarchy and propounded what he termed a new creed for Americans. "The creed" presented by tho Vice President said: ATHLETIC CLUB ELECTION. "I bollevo that tho American republic, as instituted by tho fathers, Club on constitutes tho finest system of govThe Columbia Athletic Bast St. Catherine street was the ernment ever ordained among men scene of a rousing meeting and and affords tho machinery lor the spirited election Monday night, when officers for the year 1919 'to violence, tumult and disorder. I were chosen. Treasurer Brumleve's believe that every inequality which financial report ovoked expressions exists in the social and economic of of satisfaction, as did also tho num- condition to tho American people Is the successful demands ber of applications presented and traceable legisof interested the election of new members. John lation, and classes for class that I believe Schlldt, who made his first appear- practical equality can therefore be obtained ance, delivered a brief but happy form of address, and was followed by Will-la- under ourlegislation Government by In the Interest M. Higgins and Henry Campion, remedial people and not in who reviewed tho work of the year of the American any body thereof, the Interest of and commended the exocutlve laree or small. I bellevo there is Imtorju. miFJSaiiflcatldfc William Fox announced that The officials aro elected and laws Island Queen had been secured and where by the people for a minority that tho Columbia Athletic Club made would give tho first moonlight ex- to threaten bloodshed and anarchy unless tho majority shall submit to cursion of tho season on May 8. minority. I believe Much interest centered In the tho will ot the belongs to American election of the Board of Directors, that America ten of whom were to be chosen. citizens, native and naturalized, who When the tollers reported tho fol- are willing to seek redress for their lowing wero declared members of grievances in orderly and constituI believe that all the new board: Henry Campion, tional ways, and taught, peacefully William Fox, Edward Score, John others should be George TIerney, Martin, B. D. If wo can, and forcibly If wo must, B. C. that our country Is not an internaBrumleve, John Hettinger, house nor Beckmann, Lehmann and tional boarding pledge myselfan anPeter to the Frank Bronger. While tho new archist cafe. I board was organizing the members support of these principles by my enjoyed a "Schweinefuss" luncheon voice, my vote and, if need be, by and I and smoker. Following aro the my fortune and my life,train my promise my country to officers elected: children in this most holy faith." President Ben C. Beckmann. Vice President John Tierney. Recording Secretary William FRENCH CHANGES FRONT. m cently in a public tribute to Father Peter Rice, pastor of St. Patrick's church, for his efficient work in all war activities. Headed by a band a parade in which every resident who could walk took part marched to the clergyman's home and then (him to the depot, where he gave an address. HOLDS NEW CREED. -- IirGffriir Feellnir in Ireland 'reached white heat Saturday over the release of Sinn TTaIti nrlRoners. Viscount French, commander of tho British troops in Ireland, is understood to favor such action. Viscount French urnnt in T.vnilnn tn it as a. member of the Cabinet, which was consider ing this question. If tno demanu for the release of the Sinn Fein prisoners is denied, Viscount French nosltlon. m iv roalcm his official Nationalist leaders believe, however, that viscount Frencn's views on home rulo may havo been changed by the recent developments. The decision of tho House Committed on Foreign Afalrs at Washington, recommending Ireland's claims to Congress, as a triumph for the miis a nnrl n mhnkn for antl- Jrlsh propaganda in America. BIACKIN SOCIAL CLUB. Prnnmiin'.n .Tnnraal welcomes the al Members of Mackln Social Club a unlquo and entertaining novelty dance next Tuesday evening at the club house. It will be in the form of a calico hop and pie auction, and the ladles attending are asked to wear a calico dress or bungalow gown and to display their culinary ability by bringing with them one of their best baked pies. This club has enjoyed great succesB thus far this season, and tho members expect this to bo their blggcBt of the series. Dancing will start at 8:30 and plenty of fun and good music are ahead for every one attending. will give LAST BEFORE LENT. Monday afternoon and evening the St. Joseph's Committee of St. Patrick's church will give the biggest and last euchre party until after Lent at St. Patrick's Hall, Sixteenth and Market. Every effort will he made to make this the event of tho winter season, and to this end an excellent lunch will be Many handsome awards served. will bo made and a happy evening is certain for all who attend. The committee will leave nothing undone for tho entertainment of their friends. WASHINGTON Tight-han- BHtTIIDAY BALL. A Washington birthday ball for children will be given by the Knights of Columbus at the club house next Friday. The children attending will all wear Colonial costumes. WITH FREEDOM OF LONDON. Hall in London being presented witli Mayor. The Lord Mayor Is shown who is seated. Many notables of freedom. event. Archbishop Denis J. Dougherty, of Philadelphia, will open the con WELCOJD3 FOR TKELATE. that some of the police must be in vention with prayer; Cardinal Gibthe holdup game. This looks plausibons, of Baltimore, will propose tho All tho members of tho American resolutions demanding ble, judging from the story of the hierarchy are expected to assemble holdup at Third and Broadway for Ireland, and Cardinal Tuesday night, and if Col. Petty is in Washington on Thursday, Febru- O'Connell, of (Boston, will attend ary 20, to greet His Exxcelloncy tho and deliver an address. There will sincere he will see that the public gets the facts. Residents saw n Most Rev. ArchDlshop CorrettI, tho bo besides a large number of holdup man caught by two soldiers Holy Father's special representative priests and regular delegates from and saw tho prisoner carried away to convey the felicitations of Hl3 organizations, and several omlnent Gibbons in public men will be there by invitaIn the police patrol, but that's the Holiness to Cardinal golden tion. Among tho prominent men of tho episcopal end of the story, as tho holdup man honor Is now slated among the missing. jubilee of His Eminence. Invita- who will deliver addreses Is United No wonder the soldiers resent the tions to tho ceremonies, which are States Senator and former Governor charge that they are responsible for expected to bo among tho greatest David I. Walsh, of Massachusetts. the wave of crime. And yet the in the history of the church in No such gathering of notables ever near Mayor come3 forward with a America, havo been sent to all the assembled In America to plead for statement that you mustn't "kid" Cardinals, Archbishops and Bishops the freedom of any people as will tho police or call them Keystone in tho United States by the Right Bustain Ireland's right to comedians. In other words you Revr Bishop Thomas J. Shahan, on these two days. And mustn't laugh out loud at the Rector of tho Catholic University of It is particularly appropriate that Excellency, who the proceedings will begin on WashHis motormen and conductors wearing America. police uniforms drawing big salaries since ho left the Eternal City has ington's birthday in the city which from tho taxpayers for police pro- been visiting the hierarchies of witnessed tho Declaration of IndeHolland, France, England, pendence. It will be like the shot tection. There Is a growing army of per- Scotland and Ireland, was In Can- fired at Lexington and will "ring sons In this town and vicinity who ada. On Sunday week he returned "round tho world." do not see anything funny about tho to tho States, arriving In Philadelof Owing to tho large cumber police, and this army consists of the phia In the evening as the guest of delegates already assured tho Namany who have been knocked in Archbishop Dougherty. tional Committee of the Friends of My! what an awful the head or havo had their 'house , Tp welcome this distinguished Irish Freedom, which has charge jrwyeSlt for the misfit special of tho arrancements. has found It robbed. Thp near Mayor will find prelate from the Vatican Sixth vand that they aro "not 'in a "kidding" committees havobeen'formeda.On larger vhJJ-- . Jefferson. Burglaries and holdup3 humor to call tho police Keystoners the morning of February 20 the precessary days session, xne conone after the other, charges of graft and what they call them wouldn't ceremony will bo held in tho tor tne lirst tho first day Saturday, vention on by discharged detectives, tho trial look well in print. It's no use, Franciscan Monastery In Washing- February 22 In the Sec Koystoners who mauled tho Smithy, old boy, in trying to switch ton. Dinner will bo served at the ond Regiment will meetBroad street of the Armory, men, and last, the public away from the popular Catholic University. two young society In tho evenavenue, instead but not least, tho escapade of that title of the comedy police. They ing an elaborate programme will and Susquehanna Hall, as originally of Musical Fund apostle of reform, have been dubbed "Koystoners" by be carried out at tho Franciscan distinguished second day and on Councilman Paul J. Alberll, of the popular sentiment and that title Monastery or In one of tho Wash- arranged, February tho the meeting 23 Sunday, First ward. What an awful blow will stick as long as his administra- ington theaters. Archbishop will be hold in Shubert's Theater, It must be to the good brothers of tion persists in giving the public of Chicago, will bo the Broad streets. The Comtho Men's Federation, who worked an agrgegation of "rube" police, speaker at the morning ceremony. mittee and Locust on Credentials will meet In bo faithfully lor Aborll's election on who havo put Louisville on the map At the exercises In tho evening tho Regiment Armory at 9 the ticket of reform, and how his as the easiest mark town In tho address will bo delivered by Arch- the Second Saturday morning, and o'clock on fall from grace must affect the deli- country for crooks. (See official bishop Hanna, of San Francisco. It requested to attend cate sensibility of these gentlemen testimony by professional crooks in is expected that His Excellency delegates are purpose of having early for tho In their campaign for reform, the Gentile case.) Tho popularity Archbishop Cerretti will also who, detheir credentials verified and mailare always found in the camp of the of the Keystone police has spread liver an address. ing out a preliminary list of the Aberll's far and wide and no later than Republicans. Councilman The convention Itself convention. doings in one night reads like a this week a Louisville batch of INCREDIBLE. will meet at 12 o'clock noon. moving picture of Fatty Arbuckle soldier boys near "Verdun, France, In order to facilitate the preIn comedy roles or that thrilling wroto hero and said that judging The Irish people through the re- liminary work delegates' Barnes and "The Tale of the Dirty from the reports "No Man's Land" cent general election proclaimed should bo sent at xmc Shirt." Our Councllmanand repre- in war time was safer than the through a vote which echoed the addresses to DIarmuld Lynch, National Secsentative of reform in one short night streets of Louisville during the voice of over 70 per cent, of tho retary, Friends of Irish Freedom, was said to be guilty of every crime reign of the Keystoners, and they population that they stood upon the 1482 Broadway, New York. This In tho calondar but murder, and ac- said Keystoners, too! The near broad platform 6f the freedom and Is a necessary detail that Is very cording to tho assaulted chaffeur'a Mayor indulges in a little comedy independence of tho "Republic of often neglected by societies when story it wasn't Aborli's fault that himself when he says that the nu- Ireland." Certain newspapers in conventions are being held and It murder Isn't included with tho long merous reports of robberies are tho United States, professing to be needlessly delayB the meetings. It list of other charges. Poor old faked by the newspapers. Ha! Ha! American journals, have been dis- Is evidence of lack of efficiency that near Mayor Smith had barely Mr. Sellgman, of the Board of posed to speak sarcastically of and calls a remedy. This Is a good chance to recover from listening to Safety, has gone on record in favor to rlulculo and "poke fun" at the time for apply the remedy. The to tho trials of his Keystoners when of publicity of the Board of Safety "little republic," forgetting, If In- convention Is of tho utmost Imthe Aberll case bobs up. Smith says proceedings, but to dato no one has deed In our strength and power of portance to the race and It should ho will see about getting rid of tho seen the story of the "hick" fire- today they could ever be made to get down to business promptly on Councilman, but doesn't seem to man who turned in a false alarm. realize It, that one hundred years time. Any society entitled to parrepublic of the ticipation and whoso delegates aro know he haB no voice In the matter Tho story goes that this fireman ago this great of getting rid of the brother of re- was stationed at the fire house on United States was also "a poor lit- not properly vouched for In time form who was selected with him to West Broadway and recently his tle republic," the laugh and the will Itself bo responsible If they nre save tne city from crime and wick- brother from the "sticks" paid him scorn of its great oppressor, and kept out through neglect of regulaedness, as the Federationlsts said. a visit. Our new fireman, telling that wo stood almost powerless be- tions which aro easily complied Speaking of near Mayor Smith, bis brother of his prominent posi- fore tho world to fight tho samo with. It will not bo fair to tho ono is reminded how popular (?) tion hero as a member of the fire battle for freedom which Ireland is Committee on Credentials to expoct tho local reformers are just now department, and to further demon- making today. It Is incredible that them to absent themselves from the with the people by observing tho strate the wonders of the firo de- any American, truo to the princi convention during Important work demeanor ot the audience in a pic- partment turned in an alarm on ples for which our forefathers to attend to laggards. Therefore ne ture show when the Republican Greenwood avenue. The depart- fought and died, can stoop so low prompt; comply with all the arLeague pictures are flashed on the ment responded, two companies as to ridicule tho bravo island re- rangements and get there on time. screen. Tho picture of tho near making the run, and they came so public over the seas, maintaining Rooms have been secured both in Mayor, designated as "Kentucky's fast one of tho horses dropped dead. her right to that freedom and hotels and In residential which our own coun- the Mayor," Is flashed In connec- Some say tho animal had the War so that all delegates will be toilet, 'proverbial horse sense and when he try, grown to a great, dominant fully provided for beforo they tion with the Lincoln Park picture Is flashed saw the trick played on him by power in the world, has declared it reach Philadelphia If they promptly and though the many times dally in many picture tne moK nreman it uiuitu ana is her purpose to secure to the op- advise tho bureau of their needs. houses thoro has never been a sign heart. Anyway the country brother pressed and Buffering nations. for accommodations All requests of appreciation from tho audience, was greatly impressed with his should bo sent to Ernest H. Crows- EDIFYING SIGHT. but on the other hand you hear a brother's big Job and the wonderful hurnt. Room 303. 122 South TMr- who lot of grumbling and muttering by speed of the big town firemen. Philadelphia, teenth street, Tho laige attendance at the clos will have entire charge of the hothose who were gulled into voting ing or the Forty Hours' uevouon for Smith and the "reform" ticket. bureau. Tho REV. HUGn DALY. at St. Louis Bortrand's church tel accommodation Ono spectator in a Fourth avenue committee headquarters of tho conapplauding show was discovered years Tuesday evening witnessed an edi vention will be at the Bollvuo StratRev. Hugh Daly, eighty-on- e n fying sight. Tno procession or tno vociferously one day, but on and Walnut old, passed peacefully to his heav- Blessed Sacrament was composed ford Hotel, Broad b was drinking and tho enly rest on Wednesday morning streets, and a committee will bo on of 300 men of tho Holy Name So hand out. Another UBhers carted him there Friday morning, Februpicture that receives the stony glaro at Ellzabethtown, tho result of a ciety and the Gregorian choir. But ary 21. Delegates wanting hotel Governwhich he had the feature ot tho procession and accommodations are requested complication from Is tho instructions of tho to and ment official who is always telling been a sufferer for the past two one which has caused wide pres- report to the Green and Red rooms, Daly was one of the favorable comment was tha our years. Father do with us what we must which aro on the second floor of tho garbage, where wo must wipe our pioneer priests of tho Louisville ence of four members of tho so- hotel and which havo been set asldo respect and ciety in tho uniform of our country by tho hotel management for head- Bhoes. and how many spoonsful of diocese and enjoyed the carrying the canopy, two In navy sugar we must put In our coffeo, and confidence of Catholics and quartors. in alike. For over fifty uniform ana twowere soldier attire. tea. This busy official is also Leo H. and mighty keen for tho Republicans, years ho had served at the altar. Tho navy boys BENEFIT FOR SCHOOL. Sheehan, brothors, as in his spare time he furnishes Father Daly had been tho zealous Steven J.soldlors wero Norman and L. tho two alibis for the City Hospital, the and faithful pastor ot St. James Murphy and William P. Hennessy. St. Michael's church on Brook Jail, the city officials and tho Key- church at Ellzabethtown for tho street, between Market and Jeffer years, and his work Senators Beckham past thirty-on- e stone police. DEATH A SHOCK son, will give a euchre and lotto and Stanley might look this bird up there will remain a monument to Death sudden and unexpected entertainment on February 17 and at Washington and see Just what his pious zeal and energy. Before going to St. James ho had charge came to Mrs. Mary Stewart, wife of 1B tinth nftnmnnn and nlcht. for his duties are down hero. When Patrick Stewart, whilo sitting in a the benefit of its free school. Thi3 Chief Petty, of the Keystoners, of tho parish at Shelbyvillo. lour 2418 Bank free school was inaugurated became chair at her home, certainly got In "Dutch" with the tho news of his death soldiers and their relatives by his known expressions of sorrow were street, from heart trouble. She had years ago and has accomplished the statement this past week, In which beard on all sides, and on Friday been In apparent good health, and creat eood for tho children ot will Amusements he said the crime wavo of bur- morning when tho funeral took the finding of tho dead body was a neighborhood. glaries, etc., could be attributed to place there was a marked sus- sevoro shock to the members of tho bo provided for tho old ana young Besides her husband she and a pleasant time Is assured all the demobilization. The soldiers pension of business, Tho church was 'family. is inand their friends come back with filled with citizens who wished to 'leaves two sons, John and Joseph who aro present. The publicworthy the assertion that many of tho hold- pay the final tribute to a worthy Stewart. The funeral took place vited to attend and help a 11 to 2 ups have been caught by the servant of God, and a large number .Sunday afternoon from St. Cecilia's cause. On both days from soldiers themselves and they say of priests were present to assist at I church, where Mrs. Stewart had on AYrnllcwnt Tint dinner will he 1 long been a devout communicant. 'served. that the shoe la on the other foot, the solemn funeral obsequies. PRESIDENT WILSON PRESENTED President Wilson at the Guild the freedom of the city by tho Lord standing addressing tho President, England were present at this historic Bel-gluHert-Searc- Tho Lincoli banquet staged here Wednesday night will be long remembered byjttho Republicans who aro not in cjoso touch with Tobo Hert, the nolwundisputed boss of the Republican party In Kentucky, as notice was given that nothing would be lefVto chance in the selection of party nominees this year, and of course that means none but Hert, the now undisputed bos3 of primary election law which guarantees the right to every man in either party to bo a candidate for office, the Republican bosses have served notice that they caro not a snap for the individual voter or hia rights In a primary, and a convention will bo held at Lexington in May to select the GJ O. P. ticket from top to bottom. (The nominees will be selected in Advance by tho bosses, the selection ratified by the delegates at Lexington, who will be named by tlib bosses, and this ticket will be just rushed through the primary. Tau3 It can be seen the Individual Republican voter has no more voice la his party than a resident of thdFljl Islands, this not worrying the colored Republican voters, whocomprise 40 per cent, of the O. qi P. vote in Kentucky, but it doesseem a little rough on tho white ipllowers of that party. Just think what a tame lot of delegates It wll4 be at Lexington who are to ratlfr Boss Hert'B selections and 'what alMow it is to an aspiring RopublicasjEwho doesn't happen to y be a meMr of the Tho Irish race convention, which will be held In Philadelphia on Saturday, February 22, and Sunday, February 23, will bo the greatest gathering of our people in all his tory. It will bo attended by two Cardinals and an Archbishop a wholly unprecedented thing In all the struggles of tho Irish people for 1 4 VM dm! JiBiea -- Mun-delel- n, flve-reel- sec-tinn- fl. I -- lnven-tigatio- cs "-5 Mi jsarorcroK'sr KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. will be in Washington tho following week, It is very probable that ho will return to the peace conference duilng the month of March, COSnXG EVENTS. rWnted to the Social and Moral AdVancemtnt o! Irish Americans and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's February 16 Sacred concert In Institute and Catholic Knights of America. Church or Our Lady at 8 o'clock p. m. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Incrporttd. Publishers 20 Mackln Council February Entered at the LouUvllle PoitoMlce at Second-Cl- iiiii Li j&ESRxcxaaJK.. u It Is Said That An Oil Company Must Go Forward or Backward SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLARPER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c euchro and lotto Matter. 319-32- house. iiixtti all Communications to thfl KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 1 Wst Qreon St ftrails LOUISVILLE, KY ENGLAND'S CHALLKNGK. flffijgy) COUNCIL, jf ....SATURDAY, FEBRUARY carrying out his theories. the trouble with Ireland's SAMPLE Ex-Sher- 15, 1919 That is case". Tho Tory press and John Bull followers In this country say they can not understand the growing distrust of England in America and charge that feeling to agitation of Sinn Pclners, etc. tho Tho following defl and insult to our Presfdent from the London Globe explains why real Americans are wary of our ancient enemy: ., . iur. wubuu inuai. iiiiiiu tv miuubv idea of us if ho supposes we shall fold our hands and slumber while Daniels outpasses us In naval construction. "America is a rich country, but we aren't exactly paupers ourselves, and are quite prepared to spend a good deal of money for the mainIf tenance of our naval position. Mr. "Wilson cares to forco us Into a mad xaco of naval construction we can only say that that seems a strange way of promoting peace and establishing a league of nations. "To bo quite frank wo will not allow Mr. Wilson or anybody else to Interfere in measures which any countries, except our declared enemies, may think necessary for their no defence, and so will tolerate Interference with our own. "Mr. Wilson may bo a great man, but he has not yet been crowned -- King of England nor acclaimed arbiter of mankind, and recent events in tho United States do not suggest tho idea that his own countrymen are particularly anxious to see him discharging tho onerous duties of either office. It is sufficient that he is President of tho United States. It would be putting too heavy a burden upon his should-der- s to ask him to be our schoolmaster as well." Herald And yet tho Louisville editor and others would have us strike out the third stanza of the "Star Spangled Banner" and doctor Thir war histories fco as not to. offend dear old London. lMtOIimiTION. ... .,, Arthur L. Thayer, of Penobscot county, Maine, in a lecture at the Columbia Baptist church in Bangor last week, said that it was Impossible to enforce the "dry" laws, although Maine had been regarded as a prohibition State for a quarter of a century. He declared that the public and press had re-fusel tf lv hlm support and cited me instance oi ono pnysician prequarts of scribing twenty-fou- r whiskey for one influenza patient. Just another striking .proof that prohibition doesn't prohibit. WILL TAKE TLME. The league of nations plan Is meeting with difficulties at the peace conference. The small nations want equality with the five largo nations in the league. Unless they are to be recognized as equals there is danger of their being outvote on matters that concern them vitally. On tho other hand pie largo nations that must enforce the will of the league claim the right to have the deciding voice. This Is only ono of the difficulties of detail in regard to the league. That Is a big project, and wo can not expect It to bo worked out perfectly in a Once tho league Is a few days. fact It will solve many of these difficulties. AMERICAN BOLSHEVISM. ages. February 21 Candy pulling in afternoon and euchre and lotto at night by Altar Society of St. Cecilia's church. February 24 Flvo hundred party, euchro and lotto in Holy Cross school hall, ovening only. 5 February Social gathering at St. Paul's church hall, Jackson street, with usual games and amusements, 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 2G Social in St. Ann's school hall, Seventh and Davle3 avenue, afternoon and ovening. February 25 Euchre and lotto In IC. of C. Hall for benefit of St. Thomas and St. Vincent Orphan24-2- , party at club WATCH US GROW FortftlJOl y WELL NO, 5, ROSS CREEK, COMPLETED ESTIMATED AT 60 BARRELS sa223EEL. jsaim-jHfrMUM Wsj WEST r CI UNION -- Aitiaf Wawlff (YMMl yxr.'mnm w wwku -com'i - I iMMi P"3W wwiyiiiwwpBMiifiiiyaw IPHh f ffy-,'- w TEL r atkins. t" f NCWCOHB ' CAHLTOH. fwaaiDtNT BK.VIDKRK BROOKS. AM 1919 Tay jffijWfr m NUrtLat I JBi. Hi U' RECEIVED AT 3RU G 405-407-4- 09 WEST MARKET ST. (near 4th Ave.) LOUISVILLE 19 LEXINGTON KY 813A FEB 8 CO Fobruary 28 Euchro and lotto, afternoon and evening, of St. Louis Bertrand Church. Debt and Building Fund, in Bertrand Hall. MAJESTIC OIL NO ' 702 REALTY BLDG LOUISVILLE KY 5 WELL IN ESTIMATED AT 60 BARRELS NUMBER SIX WILL BE DRILLED IN FIRST OF NEXT WEEK 844A x 1919 FEB 8 AM 8 46 This telegram refers to our well No. 5 on the Ross Creek property, purchased by us last week from the May Day Oil Co. This gives us now J SOGIETY. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Gould are wintering at St. Petersburg, Fla. Miss Irene McCabo let last week for Chicago to visit Miss Louise IJ ENGLE '& Smith. 5 PRODUCING WELLS Harrodsburg. Mrs. J. M. Dalton has returned to friends at from a short visit 1 DUE IN NEXT WEEK Mrs. Dan Lehan, of Jefferson- town, was in the city for a short visit last week. is P. ten days' stay. at French Lick Springs for a S. Ray, Surveyor of the Port, 3 MORE DRILLING 6 MORE CONTRACTED FOR 4 DRILLING RIGS NOW OPERATING Every well brings us nearer to the monthly dividends which we contemplate in the near future. Fifteen Uiftsand acres in Estill, Wolfe, Bath,' Floyd, Breathitt, Lawrence, Johnson, Magoffin, Knox, Whitley, Nelson and Spencer counties, Ky., and Scott and Campbell counties, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dye and little son were among last week's arlrvals at Clearwater, Fla. M. J. Walsh has been In Cleveland this past week attending the master painters' association. Miss Lela Henley was the guest last week of Mrs. B. T. Rafferty In Dearlng Court, Pewee Valley. Stock Will Be Advanced February 15 TO PAR l:u U ready penetrated to Great Britain, Catherine street, underwent an opMembers New York StocK Exchange as Is evidenced by tho serious In eration at St. Joseph's Infirmary part of the dustrial disturbances now going on tho firstalong nicely. week, and Is 404 W. MaiaSl.. LouLvillc, Kj . getting there. Tho propagators of tho trouble in every instance aro of the Mies T Kllng. Miss M. McKIbbon y typo who brought Mtc J. Uiodeilck .uid F. Schmltl E"W"Hchaos upon Russia. We havo their weio among tho Louisville buyer.! leglsterurt much .sought for counterparts in this country, too, past week and New Yoik City. tho D in and there Is real danger of tho ln- It goes on The Knights of Columbus dnnce dustlral unrest, which will follow HOUSEWIRING is an investment you make but once. satisfaction of convenience, comfort and of our soldiers from for soldlois and sailors this afterthe return noon will be under the manageEurope, developing along Bolshevist ment of the Queen's Daughters. Tho during the life of the house. lines. But the antidote to this does evening affair will be a Valentine Five rooms wired complete with not Ho" wholly in legislation. Tho dance. giving labor main safeguard is in 10c Lieut. Emmet O'Neal, who has fair treatment and a living wage. een for tho past two years wun Unless there Is a closer approach the American forces in France, was . Time A. J. 5c of employer and employo and a just to havo sailed for homo on Fobruary 12, and recognition of the right of labor, Is now looked his arrival here soon for. Other sized houses in proportion. predicts the Truo Voice, wo may Best ' Cigars expect serious trouble. And It can Mrs. G. Hunter Burke was .tho Under the 3c domestic rate for excess consumption you can enjoy not be remedied by forco. That Ib guest of Mr. and Mrs. Phil J. b ill fl !' 1 f ! $ 4 4 'I 4 V VT Place, Hendricks, of Westminster many electric household labor savers at little cost. a last resort to preserve order. But en routo from Washington, Ind., to Ask our Commercial Department, telephone Main or City 2 82, the real comedy must mean that tho New York, where sho will maK9 worklngmen her home In tho future. complaints of or use the coupon. just AlEN'S BLACK OR TAN must be fairly dealt with. Christian Mrs. Margaret Capllnger has anJustice and a recognition of the dig nounced tho marriage of her daughNOT KNOWN YET. Louisville Gas & Electric Co. Inquiry Coupon nity of men as children of God is ter, Leonora Brossnrt, to Frank A. (Incorporated Louisville Gas & What President Wilson has tho only sure preventive of tho Finnegan. Tho wedding took place , Electric Company. 311 West Chestnut Street. presence complished by his Rome church, the Send a man to make a free coat call to spread of Bolshevism in any coun at St. Frances of officiating. mate for wiring my house. Rev. J. H. Riley Europe can not ho estimated just try. 'Aims aboa ara world beaters yet. Tho leaguo of nations scoma Electric Service Takes the they Mrs. Henrietta Rtetzel, of this baays look welt and they stand tba Name .. way to bo realized. of service. They are designed to be in a fair The Gaelic American has agal:n city, formerly of Jeffersonville, an and fcuilt for service and they reaDrudgery Out of Housework Address This is tho principal item on Presi- been nlaced among tho pawra nounces tho marriage of her daughder that service. ter. Miss Myrtle Reltzol, to J. M. Tho entitled to tho second class mailing dent Wilson's programme. SPALDING SHOE CO. wedding of petty squables of European nations privilege, of which it Bhould novor Mills,take Owensboro. The 26 at 4 place February will SISXTSSXTK AND MAPIH oyer boundary lines does not in- have been deplrved. It was barred n. m.. at St. John's church, Clay Out of the lUgh.Ront District OPZW EVEK1NQS terest him except as thoy may post- only for attacks on England, while and Walnut Btreets. pone tho signing of the peace other newspapers and Individuals WASHINGTON IjUCTDRB. As for Ireland and her that persistently assailed our Govtreaties. Past Grand Knight Frank A. 8 o'clock, at tho Knights of Coluui-bu- n PEACE MEDAL. SIERltY CARD PARTY. v Benedict with tho inscription "Benc-dlctwe claim to ernment woro allowed to go scot Qehor will speak on tho life and Hall on Fourth street. Bridge XV., Principle Pads Vicar-Ius- ." Washington at career of George President Wilson will overlook free. A Pontifical medal to commer-orat- o The Board of Directors of the flvo hundred, euchro and lotto will On the revorso side Is an the meeting of the Knights of principle he Is a self- all that. In the coming of peace has been of ww Hodeomor, with angels Visitation Home will give a card be nlayed and those who attend are Columbus next Wednesday evening. President Wilson will tomorrow Tho lecture will follow the business struck. On the obvee side the on either eldo, representing .Justice party on Thursday afternoon and euro to bo delighted. Tickets will In practice he dtrmiatIoHist. evening, Fobruary 20, at 2:30 and bo fifty cents and all are invited. medal bears the figure of Pope J and peaco. finds many obstacle in th way of ) sail from Brest for New York and Eessi0n of the council. tell tho world freely what she wants and how she wishes to bo governed." Wo do not hesitate to say that it will be tho most glorious day in tho history of England when, remembering her own heroic struggle for her Magna Charta, she will rlso of the great to tho truo heights world struggle in which sho has borne such a noble part, and willingly concedes to tho brave Island republic at her sldo the freedom and independence for which It has striven during seven centuries of sorrow and tears. In that day England will place in her own crown her brightest jewel, that of tho complete recognition of the democracy and right to which was sealed in the best blood of England, France, Belgium, Italy and Ireland in tho greatest war which history has ever chronicled, free-jaifo- At last steps aro to be taken to check the spread of Bolshevism from in this country. Advices Washington aro to the effect that both the administrative and legislative branches of tho Government havo become thoroughly alarmed ovor evidence of tho widespread propaganda of the Russian post In Soveral Sentho .United States. ators have declared that organizations are plotting to overthrow tho FREEDOM OF IRELAND. American Government by violence. thD As a result of a series of meetings Now is the time, declares every American of radicals at which Russian Bol Morning Star, for worthy of the name and traditions shevism was lauded, what is consid of tho of our glorious republic to speak ered an Imminent danger out for freedom of Ireland. Now la Infection of tho American public the tlmo for us to ask of our great with Bolshevist doctrines Is being and just President to see to it that seriously considered. The Senate has adopted a resolu the same justice is meted out to Ireland that will be granted to Po- tion authorizing tho propaganda nations? committees to investigate "any efland and other oppressed in No lover of justice and fair play forts being made to propagate less. As Car- this country tho principles of any will bo satisfied with dinal O'Co'nnell said in his great party exercising or claiming to exIn Russia, speech at the mammoth meeting in ercise any authority whether such efforts originate in New York: "America fought in this war not this country or aro Incited or fifor selfish alms. She has given her nanced from abr6ad, or to incite best blood, her hardest toll and her the overthrow of tho Government enormous wealth, and In return gets of this country or all government not ono foot of soil, not a single by the destruction of life or propmaterial gain. She has a right to erty or tho general cessation of demand that for which alone she industry." Ono of the alms of the of sacri- committee will be tho drafting lias made such tremendous legislation to deport foreign agifices Justice to all. Let the test of sincerity be Ireland." Then we tators and suppressing treasonable will bo convinced that truth still literature. The spirit of Bolshevism has alUve3. Ireland must be allowed to iting at Shelbyvllle, the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Jesse O. Owen. Mrs. W. T. Bannon and Mrs. Richard Curran are in Now Orleans, where they will visit for soveral Mrs. Thomas Hays has been vis- ($1.00 Per Share) A LIMITED BLOCK NOW OFFERED AT 50 CENTS. weeks. Detroit. Mrs. William Mackgy, who was tho- - guest of Mrs. Clarence Bennett to in Jeffersonville, has returned MAJESTIC OIL COMPANY OF AMERICA HOME OFFICE. REALTY BLDG. (Incorporated) LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. Carl Wellendorff ihas returned from New York, where he has beon spending several weeks on a business trip. a Dalton, after Julia at visit with relatives Bloomfleld, has returned to her homo here. month's Mrs. Miss Delia Casey, who has been visiting Mrs. Wilbur Callahan in Indianapolis, has returned to her home in Jeffersonville. Mrs. 'William A. Perry and "children have returned from a visit to Mrs. Susan Mrs. Perry's mother. Hagan, In Chapoze, Ky. Mrs. Gilbert Donahue and JDella Donahue, of Springfield, have"been visiting Mr. and airs. Clyde Simmons, of Chesterfield Court. Mr. and Mrs. James P. Edwaids have gone East and will spend two weeks In New York City and Cortland and Central New York. Miss Mildred L. Boaler, who has been 111 at St. Edward's Hospital, Is now convalescent at her home on East Spring street, Mew Albany. Mrs. D. B. Collins, of West St. LIBERTY BONDS Complete W ire Your Home Now and Put Men To Work facilities for the execution of orders in any amount. JJMMJMkLSk mmm - Lenlne-Trotzk- KSmHf Fixtures and Lamps ready for use SMOKE Lady Dash Little 1 fTARPY'S tff y ... $62.50 p,,, Hade f i to "I" 1 WORK SHOES $3.50 $6.00 be-lie- us .0v 33:N:ar:cj03Krsr RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American arc earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. Road Service. Homo City 8300 sinistra AiMa&Ezi&jbJs. Vj RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Home rhono 255(5 A. SemiAnnual Sale of Men's Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. REPAIRING SPECIALISTS ON FORD REPAIRING -- JOHN p. ROMMEL CO. Louis ACCESSORIES 900-90- Broring, D. D. S. expert micnuon on uepnlrs On All Makes of Cars wAli 014 South Third St. FISK TIRES 1 DENTIST STARKS BUILDING. Attention and Quality." NATIONAL HATTERS Homo Phono City 1931 TOM TOLAKIS, Prop. 825 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. Suits Pressed Whllo You Wftlt. Hats Cleaned and Blocked While You Walt Soldiers' Uniforms and Hats a Specialty. Work Called For and Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, Home Phone Shawneo HENRY GOSS 803 TlcMOKERS "JBRE-VA." Suits and Overcoats BIG REDUCTIONS FROM FORMER LOW PRICES, $15 Suits and Overcoats . . . $20 Suits and AUTO WELDING & REPAIR CO. Roth Phones 2301) - 713 SOUTH SEVENTH ST., LOUISVILLE, KY. ERNEST SMITH, Prop. J. M. D00 BUCKNER TOBACCONIST National Roofing and Supply Company INCORPORATED WHOLESALE The, .Smoke Oj The. Hour. West Main Street Louisville, Ky. Titch, Coal Tnr, Tarred Felts, Gravel Roofing (A Specialty). Phones 121 W. Mnln City 1250; Main, 1409-- SAM Ii. KOBERTSOR CONTRACTOR FOR Roofing, Gutteringt Spouting Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE VfOW Asphalt Shingles a Specialty St. 1315 S. Twenty-sixt- h SOU W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. Home Phone Shawneo 368 BEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. Loans to those having regular InHeadquarters for comes or salary, with no publicity tape. Loans to housekeepers CITY AND FARM PROPERTY or red on their personal security. See us about anything in real estate. We sell, buy and rent. P. R. POOLEY, Building, 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Room 1, Courier-JournHomo Phone City 4464. 415 S. Fourth Street. al Overcoats,. Overcoats. . $25 Suits and .. $12.75 $16.75 $21.75 $30 Suits and Overcoats. . . $35 Suits and Overcoats . $40 Suits and Overcoats . . $25.75 $28.75 $33.75 THE SIGN OF QUALITY Hlghl'd 741S East 180 KENTUCKY LAUNDRY CO. Incorporated 014-02- PEOPLE'S PROVIDES! ASSOCXATXOK ' Incorporated fcy WeUJcnown CitlZMU Wm to Maks d Org-anlze- X. O On rarnttura ana Other Ttzionni Property at AN B 2 DndorhlU St. Geo. Dearborn Manager LOWEST RATES COLEMAN BUILDING S. D. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON Both Phones 2886 :; mark blt at INCORPORATED tm i ro 1818-182- :: T. E. YANN DAHtY Incorporated. 508-51- COMPANY war. P. BANNON CONTRACTING PLASTERER THE MERRY WHjL CANTEEN CO. Coke Station, Camp Taylor, Ky. BUNDER'S CHILE CAFETERIA Everything for the Soldiers Cigars, Restaurant 458 South Fifth Street FIRST CLASS SERVICE FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN Home Phone City 7638 4203 S. 9192-- A 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. JNO. P. MORTON & CO. HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY INCORPORATED Both Phones 2406 Brook nndr Bloom City 8380 Cumb. S. 163-- Y REUTLINQEK, Adolph Rcntllngor & 0 0. Both Phones 4202 FOR A PROFIT BUY AHEAD OF THE DRILL. B.tabllkcdl820. Lonisville.Ky. OFFICB OUTFITTKES PRINTERS First and third Fridays, Hibernian STATIONERS DIVISION S. ! "SOUTHERN STAR" SLICED BACON Homo City 2803 REPAIR WORK x A PLUMBING AND MERCHANTS OIL COMPANY SPECIALTY FITTING FIRE INSURANOH TORNADO, LIABILITY AND PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET "All Ready for Yoar Griddle In the Morning" HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. Incorporated DEAD ANIMALS HIGHEST CASH FRED HORNUNG, JR. GAS' 714 INTER-SOUTHER- N BLDG. LOUISVILLE, KY. 712 West Jefferson Street Louisville, Ky. WUEST BROS. Personal Investigation Sells Merchants Oil Stock. WEST HILL STREET Manufacturers of Specialties, Gen. Call Homo Phone City 721; eral Machine nnd Model Work Cumb. Phono Main 721. Steel Stamping LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. Home Phone, City 6648" PRICES PAID 934-93- 10 Reasons Why (1) Small capital. Only ?75,D00. J (2) Par value of each share ?1.00 (3) Operating In proven fields of Allen county, the oil spot, of low drilling costs and good production. (4) "Getting oil as a business," selling stock to get theoll. (5) Energetic and experienced management. (G) Own lease near Kentucky's biggest gas well (Breath. itt county). (7) Own leases in the North pool and South pool, Allen county. (8) Drilling machine operating exclusively for this company. (9) First offering of stock 2 shares for $1.00. (H (10) Wiling at all times to show what we have. 75-ac- re 6 0 Home, Portland. President Tim O'Leary. ENGRAVERS Vice President Walter Murphy. HOME SPOT CANTEEN Financial Secretary John 13 GENERAL MERCHANDISE FOR SOHLIOH ENGRAVING COMPAinr 1850 Portland avenue. Recording Secretary John SOLDIERS A. ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS Martin. ' ELECTROTYPERS Soft Drinks, Candles, Cigars, Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. Tobacco. Tho Right Placo for 335 W. Main St., Sergeant-at-Arm- s Louisville, Ky, Martin Sheo- - Right Prices. han. Homo Phone City 6674 Sentinel Thomas Noone. rod-erick, DIVISION 4. Meets second and fourth Mondayt, ARTHUR A. WILL BUILDER SOUTH LOUISVILLE 6AVIKGS AND DEPOSIT BANK When In Louisville at the Store Your Car OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI AND KENTUCKY RIVER LINE D. Meany. Bertrand Hail, Sixth street. 2431 MONTGOMERY STREET President John J. Barry. Vice President Mark J. Ryan. Recording Secretary Lawrence Home Phone Shawneo 1010 Financial Sergeant-at-Arm- s Fourth and Central Avonuo Three Per Cent. Paid on Savinira Deposits. A General Banking Business Transacted. Highland 1033 KOERNER & STRADER GARAGE 110 E. Main or 110 W. Main Gas, Oil and Repairing, Washing and Polishing a Specialty. Home, City 3481. Langan. nelly. Secretary Thomas J. FRANK A. OHLMANN 000 J. S. JONES. Agent i 1 Treasurer Sentinel John F. Burke. M. Fourth nnd River, Louisville Phones: Main 9214; City 416 Patrick Con East Franklin 967-- A Street . JOS. V. SPANLNGER J. McDermott. GROCERIES Cumb. Main AND FRESH MEATS uYyYyyYyyyyVYJM c t i aarYiHaBRaRr tJS M.-K. WWH SHOULD BE IN EVERY HOME WHITE SOAP MAGIC IMi'tB SOAP -- ONE WELL DRILLING On -- THREE PRODUCING WELLS TCentucky. show you, will be adVico Tres. Secretary. for if it had not been for his tender guidance, his care and absolute fearlessness on the field of battle set, and all of them good soldiers, loo, but Father Duffy is well, I guess that's what ho is Just Father Duffy. George." USEFUL well seven Colonels is some up GROCERY AND SALOON, FINE WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS 370 Baxter Avenno t EXTRA GOOD MADS IN LOUISVILLE R INCORPORATED -- K t t BY MAGIC-HELLE- SOAP WORKS our leases which we own and have interests in All we ask is a personal investigation, if we can not then don't buy. Deals pending and when closed stock vanced to 2 shares, for fl.SO. JOHN ir. WOLF, Pros, mid Icn. Met. J. M. McGILL, O. I. ItKJfiS, J. II. GKUXDY, Treasurer. OIE Ally T3R SWISS LIFE CLOSED. Many friends and a loving family are mourning the death of Mrs. Mary McDevitt, wife of Neal ot and beloved mother Bernard, William, John, Neal, Jr., Harry, Joseph, Coleman, Charles and Miss Mary McDevitt, who succumbed to heart trouble Wednesday night at her home, 2043 Sherwood avenue. Mr. and Mis. McDevitt were among tho first settlers In tho parish, and her exDominican emplary life had a bonlgh influence among all who knew her. A loving wife and indulgent mother, her life had been devoted to her family and Mc-Dev- ltt ! LOUISVILLEl KENTUCKY LARGEST IN THE SOUTH. I AKD I YJBIfcS k Where the Quick Meal Comes In AfllB Where work is quickly done; Where cooking seems George II. Boothby, a Now Yoik World reporter who is in Germany pur'Ask Any with the occupation army, writes Oculist." to his associates on tho World, tell3s4 133 ff ing how proud he was riding a OPTICAL prancing charger along with the SMf hem. COMPANY tho Fighting Irish Regiin any quantity at wholesale prices. ment of New York, and touchlngly Avenue, Loulsvlllo, Ky,, Opposite Mary Anderson. 013 Fourth lefers to the boys who won't come back and Father Duffy, the heroic chaplain. Ho writes as follows: g "Geo! what a will 2 be theirs, and I'll bet that Lieut. A Tr. P. MKKON.iJR., Vlci Pr. Col. Bjll Donovan will lead the U. J. BANNON, PflJMint and Himj.r. 224 W. MAIN ST. bunch up Fifth avenue. What a day of rejoicing for old New York that will minJOHN B. RATTERMAN gleyes, and the tears for tho heroes; with the cheers for there will bo spaces in the ranks which were filled when tho leglment FUNERAL DIRECTOR Sewer and Calvert Pipe, left for France with Mike and Pipe for Steam Conduits, Bannon's Patent Lidded Denny and Pat, Bill and Harry and BrlcU, iWall Coping, Drain Tile, Vitrified 2114 WEST MARKET STREET Jack six or seven hundred of them. Joe, sleeping over here, that Proofing", Flse Liaiag, Fire Bricfc Fire PhoDes Shawnee 1243. Cumberland sleep from which oven heroes don't Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tops.. Grate and Better return: asleep In the land that West 1107a. has been made holy by the best of SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. OFFICE 836 America's blood. 'T kind of fill up, Joe, as I CUMB, MAIN S07. PHONES CITY $ write this, for you and I will never lofrowkc Hd Mntrmil Nillc SclwtffieiHj TratMl again shako the hands of such lads WORKS Thirteenth and BreoUlaridft and Ninth and Magnolia. as Jim McKenna, Mike Kelly and Dr. Uriah Z. Litsty a wholo lot of those bravo Irish -fellows down through the rank and Chiropodist file who were among the very firFt 507 to volunteer at tho first call for iStarlca do and and who Bailaia rendered die service, to the full havo mr&&2j!and the service Pfcojtr havo entered the .kingdom of Both DR. JOHN P. BECKER THE The best GLASSES you can get are the only safo kind to wear. We invite you to come in and Correct GLASSES are as important chase our fresh roasted as the right medlcino and WE make Reduce High Cost REPORTER'S WAR STORY. Coffee and Peanuts Sixty-nint- h, "Quality Guaranteed" Louisville Coffee Co. homo-comin- Where tho home is jJSeSBSBHl brightest ; 1 Where tho work is lightest; Is Where tho meal cooked best; Where tho rnngo stands tho test where tho That's neighbors, and her passing leaves "Quick Meal" comes a void that will never bo filled. Her in. funeral was held yesterday morning from St. James church and was atQuick J4al Gaa Raaiea Sold, Installed and tended by acquaintances from all sections of the city, who feel sincere sympathy for the bereaved husband and children. real fun; Where baking gives do-lig- Whoro drudgo is out of sight That's where tho "Quick Mcnl" come in. Highly Recommaadad QEHE.R & SON, W. MARKET ST. IP. BANNON PIPE CO. OATnOLIO KNIGnTS. 373-178- CORNS,BUNIONS J a SSM a The Catholic Knights of America, under tho auspices of tho Central Committee, have prepared for a monster euchre and lotto at St. OCCUPIES NOW NEW QUARTERS Martin's Hall on Monday evening, February 24, to which admission will be free. This entertainment was to have been given last fall WEST MARKET STREET, BET. SECOND AND THIRD but was postponed on account of the Hundreds are joining our War Savings Club. One dollar's "flu" epidemic. Tho committee will have an unusual number of hand- worth of Blue Ribbon Garden Seed free with every new saving some prlzea and will give a door prize of $2.50. All friends of tho deposit of $1.00 or more. Club limited to 1,000 members. Catholic Knights are Invited to bo present. FATTIER ROES IMPROVES. Liberty Insurance Bank 1 EXPERT R Accounting Business Success Is Yours OO-A-- L OPTOMETRIST, St. Bernard Lump SPECIALIST IN FITTING GLASSES promptly to all parts of city. Twenty Years' Experieuce. Prices Reasonable. "I know they must he looking from the sky and watching Two xespectable business men, or that We are now prepared to deliver coal women, to occunv well furnished over man, wonderful, most wonderful Patrick Francis Duffy, WANTED. down C QA Kffiism risr heaven. Tho Rev. Father E. W. Boes, of Pewee Valley, suffered an attack of pneumonia the first of the week and to Sts. Mary and was removed was regarded as critical, "When qilzabeth Hospital. His condition you master these wonderful systems. They meet modern conditions and Government requirements. They, save the student 20 per cent. In time and money over tbe old bookkeeping methods or Pitman or Graham Shorthand Taught exclusively at day his condition much improved. On Wednesday evening, February was but Thurs- reported Bryant Stratton Sasiness College, (Incorporated) Third and Walnut Now Classes Ax Neat to You as the Neatest Phoaa" 315 Starko Baildiog. Third Floor Feturth and Walnat. ' Phone City iiSo. ST. BERNARD MINING CO. (I KOrpefiM) Both Phosea 032. rufciraK: M& LOUISVILLE, KY. &G FRED EKHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N.'W.Cfmer F.tirth anil Jeffenon FI, 1KID0, Mill T.i.rt"Hg!f. BONDS clergyman, chaplain, parish priest, soldier, fighter and hero, and Just a plain ordinary man after all. God, Joe, If you could have spent tho days with him which I recently did nnd observed and listened to our beloved parde! s What a privilege. HOUSE OARD PARTY. His narrative, straightforward and beautiThe ladies of St. Frances of simple, and in Its simplicitycoloring, Rome church will give a card party ful and ad. It needed no own atmosphere. next Wednesday afternoon and for it carried its "I evening at the homo of Mrs. Joseph tnoso can't describe it at this time., oeeas nis Btoldlo, 129 South Birchwood, at the wounded or valor, dyingtales of and the and of which their friends will tocoIvo a those who aro loft. But when cordial welcome. Flvo hundred, Just you and I and Father Duffy euchro and lotto will be played and got together you will have tho opa lunch will be provided for all who portunity of your life. And you attend. will listen in admiration and awe nnd ho thrilled, You will choko PRIEST'S BRAVERY. up, and the tears will come into your course down your Rev. E. P. Murphy, formerly a cheeks,cye3 and won't bo ashamed and you professor ot mathematics at the , try University of Notre Dame and now of them or you to keep them "back. And then at serving in tho capacity of a chaplain original sayings will laugh hoys tho of with tho Amorlcan Expeditionary his. tho wounded of those dying, as and tho Jn France, was recommended well as thoso who came'through unforces for the distinguished service medal. scathed and snapped their fingers according to Information received at the foe. at tho university the past week. "Father Duffy is the" regiment, front room, all modern conveniences, near Broadway car line. Best locality. Terms reasonable. Reference exchanged. Address "Wanted," care Kontucky Irish American. CHURCH BENEFIT. Start Monday Ixmlsvlllo, Ky, Say and Klght afternoon and 26, a social entertainment and card party will bo given for the benefit of St Mary's church by tho ladies of tho congregation. All aro cordially Invited to attend. It will take place in St. Mary's Hall. ST. JOSETITS EUCHRE. FUNERAL A, FLOWERS $5.00 "tfftsnrJKJrsTL?T M 126 V.MARKET SPECIAL SPRAY $3.00 A SPECIAL WREATH The St. Elizabeth Society, of St. A. complete lino of Furalture lit Josoph's church, will entertain with prices that are always the lowest. a euchre Tuesday afternoon and BOO 9oamiwwtw3M Wednesday evening and a lotto on Sntlsf&etkm gHaraatoed. Tuesday evening and Wednesday We telegraph Flowors Everywhere Han, utory afternoon in Vernon avenue and Frankfort. Tho ladies Its yoar feoya an eaaoatlon teat will havo arranged an elegant supper prapara ttm for Ufa. for both daysand will servo from LOUISVILLE. KY, H. B0SSES0N leas. 5 to 8. ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE 112 "W. Broadway, tonlsvuia, Xy. Conduotad by the Xaverlan Brothers. LATE THIS YEAR. Wo will havo a late Easter this occurs Wednesday year. Ash March K, Palm Sunday Apr) 3 and Easter Sunday April 20, J Scientific Classical, and Business Courses. Preparatory Department, Lars; Swlmmlnp Pool, well Equipped Gymnasium. Terms moflrat. Baajasnn, nr. . ,. Funeral Directors and Embalmers. OlO HMCHU AVBKUal VMepbosM m. IKBOTXJOKIY XEfcIH: EFFICIENCY AT LOUISVILLE'S REFORM AAdU&XBXOAatT. JAIL KMGBTS OF GOMBUS wiiiwHmimswifwHwsMww HERMAN STRAUS i; rouBTH Avewue wcofiPtWAj-c- CHILDREN'S Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere. Northsldo Council, Cincinnati, has 128 members in tho service. A banner class will bo received Into tho order tomorrow at Little Rock. SONS market J II J J street We Oiv and Redeem Qold Trading Stamps. jj SHOES $2, $3 and $3.50 grades at.$1.45, $1.95 and $2.45 in our February Clean Up Sale years of value ing leadership compels attention! Why look elsewhere? Twenty-seve- n giv- - hey goln' in 5a.m-Hi- ll to Keepj 1 M &rt(m5fM$.. 41Wl FOURTH AVBNUB sarN mi .p JT -- V? 0Walftr Jack Malone. Give me Liberty or give me death."-i-SaiI- or Who, with partner found It easy to leave jail now conducted by the Republican Reform Administration. jrhen they'd be doi'n' fine to Tho second degree was exemplified last week for sixty candidates at Syracuse. Tho campaign is making much progress in the cities of the North and West. There will be an exemplification of tho fourth degree on February 23 at Rochester, N. Y. Omaha Council has set tho initiation feo at $15 until a membership of 1,500 has been acquired. Tho memberhslp campaign has started at Connersville, Ind., tho first degreo having been given ten candidates. Owing to the progress made the initiation set for February 23 at Portland, Ore., has been advanced to tomorrow. Indianapolis Council had one of its greatest initiations last Sunday, conferring tho degrees on a clos3 of million-members WHITE SALE! This is a event with us an for you that comes but once each season. really can't afford to miss it. semi-annual You White Goods Suits Coats I WAISTS Men's Shirts Wool seventy-fiv- e. inter-Southe- rn Life Insurance Co. JAMES R. DUFFIN, President. LOUISVILLE, - HIBERNIANS. up the garage to. icy. medium-stee- d, at 120 West Main street and your order will be promptly and satisfactorily attended Why not tako an agency for a conservatively managed, clean, progressive- company, whoso treatment of agents and policyholders and whoso standing and courtesies with all of tho American idfo Insurance Companies givo it a position of tho very highest rank? A ui PROTEC-TIOCAPITAL, RESERVE AND OF POLICYHOLDERS MORE THAN $4,500,000 lZilViiilMii SURPLUS FOR RECENT DEATHS. Wliat They Have Been Doing the Past Week General By tho death of John Teeken, ' beloved husband of Anna Teeken, News Notes. 1030 East (Main street, St. John's 1,000. parish looses another of its re At the la.st meeting Division 3 will meet next Wednesday night. Tho auxiliaries of Omaha are arranging for the proper celebration of St. Patrick's day. The County Board mot last night at Bertrand Hall and discussed plans for St. Patrick's day. Robert Hennessy, son of County President Hennessy and member of Division 4, is back at work again. Oregon Hibernians will send Rev. Father O'Hara as one of their delegates to tho Irish race convention. Division 3's Entertainment Committee had a "jazz" band for a feature following Friday night's meeting. The Ladles' Auxiliary of South Omaha continues meetings at tho prove homes of members, which very enjoyable. Division 3 of Omaha hold a special meeting Monday night to receive applications for the initiation that takes place tomorrow. Division 3 of Indianapolis has launohed a membership campaign, headed, by D. J. Sullivan, that will. ciose wuu a uig lmuauun on juarcn From among the best ballplayers in tho different councils a ball club is to bo organized to represent tho Cincinnati K. of O. Fort Wayne Council is planning for tho initiation of soventy-flv- o candidates March 2, as a result of tho membership campaign. Newport, Bishop Carrell and Kohoo Councils have arranged for a joint Initiation, to tako placo in Covington on Sunday, February 23. The last initiation at Omaha was a very important event, seventy now members receiving the degreo3 and the membership going over of Omaha and Cotton Mixed Blankets!! ? ; DOUGHERTY & McELIOm N Deposit with tho Stato of Kentucky under the Compulsory Deposit Law more than $4,600,000. Excess deposit over all requirements $1,000,000, or 20 per cent, moro than tho law requires. bo good, clean agency contracts with renewal commissions, For own have an independthat yoii may build up a business of your Officeand tho Company. of ent permanent Income, address the Home INTER-SOUTHER- N numbers. Bpected members. His funeral was Council 110 new applications were held Monday morning, when friends read. The initiation takes placo toand neighbors attended in large morrow and will be followed by 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, LIFE INSURANCE LOUISVILLE, CO. highly esteemed members William Koehler, of 718 South Shelby street, ana Casper Koelz, of 827 south Shelby. Funeral services were held Monday morning, attended by many mourning relatives and acquaint ances. goes out to Dr. Leo and Elsie Kearns, 2206 Napoleon houlevard, from whom the Angel of Death took Death on Friday of last week took from St. Martin's church two another two weeks later. heads tho !i Pine Bluff Council million membership campaign in Arkansas. Last Sunday a splendid Rev. class received tho degrees. Father Higgins is giving tho coun- ' cil his earnest support. Climb. Mala ! Funeral Directors and Embalmersli BOTH PHONQ8. SOOS-- a Homo City 2D0S ! ', DELIGHTS AUDD3NOE. frM-H'4"M HiMUMII I Eft KM M KY. Sympathy of their many friends son Joseph, Mulloy's New Blend Coffee 2 A 1- -2 their .thrbe-year-o- ld Lbs. For 90c xs xxewar QT7AXXTT. oarrxx that ro xxa rani cot Coffee, Sold leaving a happy Jiomo in deepest gloom. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at St. Francis of Assist church. Dr. Thomas O'Hagan, tho widely known writer and orator, lectured here Monday night at tho Presentation Academy auditorium under tho auspices of St. Helena's Club, where ho was greeted by a largo and appreciative audience. His subject was "A Trip Through Spain," and was interesting, enjoyable and informing throughout. WERE ALL GOOD. On Sunday the two performances given by tho St. Xavier players of Canon Sheehan's "My Now Curate" was rendered to crowded audiences which filled tho college auditorium, fcWVfcVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV. noaiEpnoNE88 307i.y J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS M1NU CiVlDML-lVICrXO. Cumberland main M. JOHN Router Importer and sia w. scaspcxt Return. thU will ship Ceffe Direct or High Grad to Co&auraer. mjxi,oy D. X. 4reUaeatr with xHlUac uaa we by Parcel Poit, all efearxes prepaid. r. x,Tnarxxx, jet. R. M. CAMPBELL. JACOB. West Main Street Garage Splendidly equipped repair shop and employes familiar with all sorts of starting devices and work on your generators. If in need of ffrst-clacars, by skilled electricians and mechanics, your order will be promptly attended to by calling ss Phone Gity 5980. 120 West Main St. BYRNE & SPEED COAL CO. INCORPORATED OfC Guthrie St. Speed Bldg. NAME, Maia PER TON. City QIC WHERE FROM. At the joint meeting of the Ladles' Auxiliary and Hibernians of Portland, Ore., a generous sum was donated to the Nuns of the Battlefield fund. A feature of tho St. Patrick's day parade at Indianapolis will bo a guard of honor composed of Hibernians who have served in the army and navy. At. the installation and banquet of Ladles' Auxiliary 5 of Indianapolis lovely gifts were presented to each of tho division, county: Stato and national officers. Tho St. Patrick's day parade In New York promlsos to be tho greatest in history, all factions being united, and have agreed on Supreme Court Justice Goff as Mar shal. T. J. Langan, L. D. Meany and 4, James J. McTJghe, of Division drafted memorial resolutions on the death of Mrs. S. J. McElllott, wife of Stephen J. McEillott, of that dlvlBioh. 4. Saturday morning tho funeral of Mrs. Bridget Ford took place from St. Louis ;Bortrand's church, many friends attending the solemn obsequies. Mrs. Ford was the widow or tbe late John Ford and the mother ofnfclrs. Edward N". Kippes, street, with 1C21 West Kentucky whom she madeher liome. i South Eighteenth street, was called Into eternal rest, leaving a wide circle of friends who mourn her n death. Mrs. Graves was years old and a member of St. Peter's church, from where tho funeral was held Wednesday mornfifty-seve- Many friends throughout the were deeply grieved to learn of tho ticipants did his or Oier part in an death of MIbs Molllo Tyrrell, which exceptional way and there Is no occurred early Sunday morning at need of specifying any one in partho Sacred Heart Homo on College ticular. But ono must not lot the street. Miss Tyrrell had a wido ac- good acting of Thomas D. Cllnes In quaintance In Catholic circles and the night performance go by withher many good qualities won for out special mention. His naturalher tho highest respect. Her fu- ness and high class acting of the neral took place Monday afternoon. part of Jem Deady was by far the best of tho evening's entertainMonday night Catherine Grave3. ment. Miss Olga Klein made her beloved wife of James Graves, 1021 debut as Beatta Campion, tho leadh, of tho curtain to tho close of the last act, when by a miracle tho blind girl, Alice Moylan, recovers city her sight. Each ono of tho par- enjoying the drama from the rising Street Kii4i04miitstHwsMsswm MUMmHWUWWWWmUHHHWUMMHWMMV S22 East JVXaiia GRAN W. SMITH'S SON f AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Funeral i Director and Embalmer BOTH PHONES 810. ing. "Taylor" "Harlan" "Pioneer" "Jellico ' $5.90 6.75. 7.10 7.10 Straight Creek Wilton Mines Black Beauty Western Ky. DOMESTIC R. A. WATSON, Manager COAL l.g Itll STEAM Sales Agt JAS. J. McTIGHE, 10x8 18x8 t.SO tire art all Thertnoia PL CI. took, wltn nam afi stria! sambas atThcrmold Wa. CL 10.96 tached. Thermold PL CL we aolloH a oUl to lapeot our Bteek -- . Thermold PL 8. at botb atere. !2X3 Tbersiola Na. 8a. .,....-.- .. Main Office Louisville Tire and Rubber Co, city tint nil 13AiAh Incorporated Main 1039 asb 8. rKXRS ST. FIRST GUARANTEED STOCK. T&eie flrrt jmrat4 iI80i3 KENTUCKY OIL STOCKS We Buy, Sell ana Quote Close Market On ALL KENTUCKY OIL STOCKS We everate at the dally sesilos of the Kentucky Oil Exohange, where we execute buying1 or Belling order for client at tne opea call aeasioaa. Vkl wwrarea our client tne census ox we cioiess jarev bum y tbe jnci for tldJ service except the njaal FKOn! 08 WZSB WE CHARGE NO COMMISSION 2 per cent, charged by the Exchange. ORDEXS AT OUR EXFEKSB KENTUGKY aeeo. y. OIL BROKERAGE stces-bouxxe-sk cio-sn-s- ia BimBzxa. city CO. 4511. HARYEY-JELL1C- 0 (INCORPORATED) COAL CO. DISTRIBUTORS OF THE High Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coal Pl&c your nxt $6.65 order with us. Trms cash. PER TON. no collective ncern with prohibition any moro LOUISVILLE, KY. 961 S. SECOND ST. than It has with freight rebates, tho market price of shoot steel or tho ad valorem duty on kelp Imports into Patagonia. But when a news WINS HOTJBS bers. She was a real friend of the nSpatch states that ono explana TS1 ?HLL. HOLLXNBAOH 00 HOLLENBAOH'S poor and no desorvlng appeal to tion of the prohibition advocates' her went unheeded. Besides her zeal since the A. E. F. came to XNCORPOXATSD Karl A. Hollenbach, Prop. husband she leaves several children, Franco is their desire to put over all grown. Tho funeral was held prohibition before tho A. E. F. gots Importer and Dealer In , Dbtillan Of Saturday morning, Rev. Father homo again, then tho A. E. F. has Walsh officiating at tho requiem tho right to make a collective proAND LIQUORS WINES OL PORTUNA ROUS MASH high mass. test. For, If tho prohibitionists can "HOLXjXNBAOS" PTJRB BTB 144 South Third Street got away with It, why can not ev- KM W. LeabnriU, Ky. Home Phone 1191 UtJu St, FOURTH DEGREE BANQUET. erybody else? Tho A. E. F. represents a very fat share of tho entire Tho Fourth Degree Assembly of electorate of the United States tho KrilKhts of Columbus of Now tho electorate that picks Governors, Albany had a happy and patriotic , senators and Presidential electors: . .. . ...i.it-..- observance of Lincoln's h rthrt.v I.. . instructs us xepresenvauvoa banquet mat it wants them to vote on mini annual holding their how Tavern. JoWednesday WEST MAIN STREET GARAGE. seph BrunB night at tho toastmaster, mum wage and child labor laws: presided as that helps decide whether the homo In and stirring addresses were deliv- town shall be wet, dry, bono dry, Autoraobllo owners who are need of motor repair work should ered by G. E. 'Weinmann, Secretary absolutely dry, or "Stranger, you of not fall to call City 5980, headquar of the New Albany Chamber Tho simply can't get a drop In the J. Farrell. ters of tho West Main street garage. Commerce, and M. a real success, whole place." And, In the name of was This repair shop is splendidly celebration which is due Will Birr, common honesty, ia it quite fair for prohibitionists or anybody else equipped for business and its em- credit? for ployes aro skilled electricians and Edjwrd Tlgho and Eugeno Zoeller. to attempt to secure a popular vote Import on a decision of natlon-wid- o mechanics, familiar with all sorts of SEEKING HEALTn. when tho folks who have been fightstarting devices and generators, Most of them have had years OK' Rev. Father George Connor, pas ing for that same nation are calmly, factory oxperienco tor of St. "William's church, has ar blandly, deliberately left out? As with Bulc! Dodge and Packard cars, while fe rived In California and is now at was earlier remarked, tho A. E. F. San Juan Caprlstrano, whore Rev. has no collective concern with promembers of tho firm. Messrs. R. Campbell and D. I. Jacob, have Father St. John O'Sullivan, for- hibition. But It at least ought to been connected with some of tho merly of this dlbcese, Is now sta- have the chance to express Its will leading motor establishments here tioned. Father Connor is In poor it ought at least to be present, when health and was ordered to soend if only as a guard of honor,fWlATTin for the past seven years and are 4VK .Ih.aw w .U0 uu.f iiAann skilled in every branch of the busi- IUO W1UIBI am 4t.A vmat. rf.fc ajavtovmi. . 4ia vratAi tEHi &ftto htft?fTUt Itst fcw "." .f0w ness. If la need of first class work Faarfonlst fathers are attending to triumphal procession along the Lin coln Highway.Stars and Stripes. oa your cars by first class msn call the spiritual needs of the parish. Tho Sacred Heart parish mourns tho death of Mrs. Mary Burgy, beloved wife of Martin Burgy, 1700 Magazlno street, one of Its most devout and generous hearted mem .The A. E. F. has Irish-American About 200 enjoyed tho party given in St. Patrick's Hall by the Ladles' Auxiliary of St. Joseph, Mo., and tho members have been the recipients of many compliments upon its success. Divfslon 3 meets next Friday night, and as tho Entertainment Committee has arranged a special treat for that night every member should como and enjoy what will bo prepared for them. Indianapolis Hibernians will have a two days' celebration in honor of St. Patrick. Tho religious celebration will take place on Sunday, March 1G. and tho civic festivities on the Monday following. Thero Is much activity in West End Hibernian circles, due to the live wire entertainment of Division 3. A new order has been Intro duced at meetings that makes the time pas3 pleasantly and will bring out an increased attendance. SoTho United cieties of New York are congrat ulating tho two County Boards of tho Ancient Order of Hibernians on their' agreement to come together with all the other Irish societies for a united St. Patrick's day parade. 3 Friends of Division should fill the Norman Theater to overflowing on tho night of February 21. Manager Weasels will present a very interesting set of films, and Wells and Green, just back from tho war, will be a drawing attrac tion. occurred Tuesday morning at her h residence. 333 North Btreot. Of a kindly disposition and her death is mourned In the neighborhood where sho lived. Her funeral was held Thursday morning from St. Cecilia's church. Mrs. Nannie Price, aged seventy-Eeveended a useful and well spont iifo when Death's summons called Monday morning at her home, 392 street. She was North Twenty-sixt- h the mother of Ilobert L. and Misses Elizabeth and Blanche Price and was for many years a devout and highly respected member of St. Cecilia's church, where tho funeral were held Wednesday services morning. Twenty-seventgood-hearted, The death of Mrs. Bridget Quinn, widow of James Qulnn and for many years a resident of the West End, n, ing lady, and showed exceptional ability in this difficult and emotional part. Miss Josephine Cavan-augas Nance, also made her initial appearance and scored a hit, City 2360. as after a few minutes on tho stage she had the sympathy of the auditho ence and kept it all through four acts. There will bo another performance of tho play on Sunday, Febru ary 16, and tho last performance zz, will bo Saturday, 0 Washington's birthday, in the after E. CHESTNUT noon at 2:30. The Saturday matinee, February 22, will be tho last performance of "My New Curato" In Louisville, so that thoso who wish to see something unusual In a theatrical way should avail them selves of this last opportunity. Atathe Sunday matlneo the Presen 1529 WEST tation Academy orchestra pleased a largo audience, and besides tho drama tho musical ond was a grand success. At all of the other performances the St. Xavior's College orchestra and tho Presentation Academy orchestra aro united, and excellent music was given. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS $ KKItl OPC S)S)S)H Main 2S60-T. B. and Embalmer L. DirectorBAX funeral LOUISVILLE. KY. 717-71- THOMAS KEENAN MARKET STREET SOLDIER PROTEST. CHAS. H. BODEN FUNERAL DIRECTOR """. ! BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. A ,. .. H, McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky,! --