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INTUI6ENT PHONE' CAREFUL SERVICE HOME OR MAM N LwlsTille Incorporated tSmutoogminggTCHiK?MWM Every Driver an Escort. Canlaje S. Taxkab Co. VOLUME XLII.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1919. expected the standing committees will be announced at tho next MACKIN COUNCIL. service PRICE FIVE CENTS. from the Keystoncrs theyj aro at least entitled to get a little humor out of the situation, that Is! assaulted, and that number of lucky I ones is growing ies3 and less. The Kentucky Irish American warned i Chief Petty a year ago that tho pollco department being And Bring Roys Home nnd TJten was wiucKuu una no ami amiui sioou Train Them For Men's Idly by while tho charter was being violated in allowing, Woik. men aboo tho ago and incompetents to bo put In tho department. Another of tho prediction's mado In this paper seems to havo been verified, and that was ono in which Pejton IJ. Bethel Will Lead tho It yros said that at the rate burglars Libcity.Jionit Campaign wero going somo ono would steal , . Here. the caps off the head of tho comedy police. Dispatches from tho Sheriff of Floyd county this past week tell of the finding of a pollco Captain's cap In a vacant house at Tho National Duty of EveryMan,' Greenville, Ind. If the cap wasn't Woman nnd Child "in " Gtolen off the Koystoner's head then it was stolen from his' home America. or the. pollco station, and at least theio Is a jobbery that Was not been reported. Smith In his last proclamation 'said that all robberies SENATOR SMOOT'S STATEMENT. in tho future, would be given to tho public, and an anxious public is waiting tb hear Mio mystery of the pollen cap, or who was asleep at Reed Smoot. United States Sent ' the switch. ator from.Utaji, whose keen vision' has often been given on puBlic CENTERS FOR OUR FORCES. questions, gave .out tho following Tho old Roman city of Le Man? Interview: Is the embarkation center of the "America's task is not over; her c American Expeditionary still remains to be done. Forces. Within an area of twenty squaio A great national, in fact a great miles tho American military popular International duty still confronts tho American people. Tho cash and Hon numbers in the neighborhood the of quarter of a million men. All mustcredit used tho American people of a bo to finish paying lor their leisure time is spent In the thl3 war and to pay for financing city, which, with its old Norman tho peace hero that Cathedral and the homo of Beren-gari- which Is now inis processinofpart and compleQueen of Richard Coeur do tion and confirmation In Paris. Lion, its Gothic and Renaissance "No American who loves fais buildings, is one of the. most picturesque places in Northern France. country and who loves humanity justice In no city havo tho French shown and sacrifices and right can regard his at duty a more practical interest in tho done. We mustan end or his thoso pay for Americans than at Lo Mans. The things wo bought Baron and Baroness de Biro have to make our army or contracted for powerful and to placed at the disposal of tho boyd Knights of Columbus their beautiful glvo our soldier must tho best care possible Louis6 Seize Hotel on the Place do boys homo We restore bring those and them to usela Republiquo, and under tho di- ful occupations in civil life.- Wo rection of Secretary John P. must of Brooklyn, It has become train rehabilitate tho wounded and them 'for useful one of the most successful clubs in occupations and fit themmaking not for of France. How successful it is may nlcknacks, but for men's work, bo gathered from tho fact that the which men can average daily attendance of Ameri- of limbs or otherdo in spite of loss permanent Injury. can soldiers ranges between twelve "To our national duty every man, and fifteen hundred. woman and The other day a reception was mako every child in America must reasonable sacrifice. held at the club with tho Baroness Tho great work we have done and do Biro as ihostess It was tho first are doing is worthy of every sacrisocial event Lo Mans had witnessed fice. havo not die,d since tho war and all Le Mans was merely Our soldiers that wo might bo .safe from , present. The Archbishop, rente, who ha,s taken a German domination? thej' died fbV mqre4han that. They died keen, poetical interest in, principles, V , present with Vicar American .liberty aidworjd a justice and world that' better Y. M. C A. MUST LEND Monday night Mackin Council, Y. Working to Counteract Stories of M. I., honored nine of its members with sqrvlce buttons as an appreSoldiers Returning From years ciation of their twenty-fiv- e Senator affiliation and service. Europe. t Samuel Robertson, a former President of Mackin, made tho presentation speech, in which ho reviewed of Association lcfeiuler Raps) Work of the early daysquota tho council and ocntributed to tho splendid Red Cross nnd Salvation the service of our country. Seven of the nine were from the charter Ann. membership. The nine receiving this marked honor were James T. Shelley, Vincent B. Smith, Dan W. Gallagher, J. Noted Editor Charges That Rocke- Cuniff, O.William Thomas Toelln, Weber, August P. Bannon, Jr., George J. Lautz and feller Control Injures tho R. W. Galway. All made brief talks "Y, M. O. A. and told interesting tales of tho foundation of Mackin Council In 1892 and its early history. Charles John Kinney also enlivRaidy MONEY'USED forVropaganda, ened and meeting with interesting the addresses. Many applications woro received for tho "over tho top" drive and Tho V. M. C. A. is making des Initiation on March 2, when it is experate euoi is TUroUBU luu iuuao uu pected tho class will number 10"0. nintnrt. shnva tn rirnr Us war rec In the morning the candidates and ord, but tho returning soldlors day members will receive holy comby day aro auaing io me siunuo munion in a body at St. Cecilia's which everyone knows have put the church, and at 2 o'clock, "dn Ttho v xt n a n n. had Hcht. and to afterhoon tho initiation will begin REUNITED. make matters worse some of tho at the club house. . 5 appointed defenders have attacKea 'Other organizations. At a meeting NEW ALBANY. years It was contended" Tn thes6 HAS NOTABLE BIRTHDAY. K. OF C. WAR REPORT. held in New York City last week columns that Haly was an overrated Roy. Dr. E. M. Stiers, a 'Presbyter-Ia- n Mrs. Margaret Russell, seventy-eigpolitician and that without Beck"minister, opened tho campaign William P. Larkln, Director of years old, widow of James ham, his chief asset, ho was small of, defense for tho Y. M. C. A., and Russell and for over half a century Overseas Activities for tho Knights fry. With tho dropping of the proin his speech assailed tho Salvation a widely known and highly re- of Columbus, has submitted to tho hibition question and tho cntiro Army and tho Red Cross; Referring spected resident of New Albany, Board of Directors of the organizatDemocratic party falling in behind was acto the Salvation Army ho said: away Sunday ion- his report of what 1, 1919. passed peacefully Beckham, Haly lias been left out "In running down, these stories at hor home, 1118 East complished up to January table of In tho cold nnd ho has met with In his introduction to tho about the Y. M. C. A., I have had afternoon Oak street, following a five week's i?i&t 9. Jt poor success in trying to bring out some unpleasant experiences with illness of a complication or diseases statistics which makes up the esa Gubernatorial candidato of his other organizations iwith other re- resulting from her advanced years. sence of the Teport, Mr. Larkin Lieut. Gov. own. Prof. Cherry, ligious organizations. It Is painful She is survived by four sons, James calls attention to the fact that when Black or Judge Carroll will bo tho going to to. think that somebody Is somebody and Louis Russell, of New Albany; ho took charge of the work on tho nominee and either will havo plain at which nrnfit hv th orltjclsm of of Chicago, and Dan- first of Juno last jear, tailing in defeating Morrow and else. I do not llko to fay this about John Russell, New York, and three llnle tho organization had but forty iel Russell, of d State ticket of tho tho the Salvation Army, but i nave no daughters, Mrs. T. O'Mara, of Chi- men overseas and tho shipment of Republicans. The dissatisfaction of supplies 'was by no means of big alternative." cago, and Misses Katherine and trunks, one in tho baggage of each the Republicans who aro allowed The reverend gentleman thus InNew Albany. Mrs. affairs, no voice in the party's fers that the Salvation Army is en- Mary Russell, a ofregular and devout outgoing Secretary. There was a coupled with the soreness of tho need for men at a time when couraging tho attacks on tho Y. M, Russell was of Trinity cryingwas tho scarcest article in the Holy candidates who will not bo allowed but fails to note communicant labor C. A. for church, from where the to-- go before tho Republican voters, that every soldier returning from tools' place Tuesday morning,funeral market and It took tremendous when efforts to meet tho requiicment. makes tho election of the Demoabout tho France mo re- cratic State ticket a certainty. work of tho Salva- Father Curran ceienrateu mourningl A goal of 1,000 Secretaries overand Tho fieedom in the Democratic tion Army. Dr. Stiers then takes nniem hich mass three Falls Cities seas by January 1. 1919, was set tho ranks is bringing out somo strong and was approximately attained. In a fall out of tho Red Cross by say- - friends from edifice. thronged the aspirants. Judge Frank Daugherty, fact tho number would have heen of Bardstown, for Attorney General, exceeded had not tho loaders of "You have all seen beautiful picWhile Charley PERSUING INDOltSES ROUTS. belnff the latest. tho organization in the Held cabled tures of Red Cross nurses tending Mlllikon, of this city, Is expectea over to slow up on the shipments the wounded under fire. In France REV. C, JP. JUFFO, Jack McAullffo. undefeated light- as they could not too placed rapidly to soon announce for Secretary of you do not see- Red. Cross nurses near the front. Tho Red Cross weight boxer, and Jimmy Twyford, enough. Tho report shows that 320 Pastor of St. C! tries Borromeo State. Tho open contests for .all pW iktes hi blrth- - Hpes are a Btrlklng contrast m comChurch, who nurses woro back of tbo front mak- who are in France serving as buildings wero erected at camp 3 day today, the wlversary of parison with the Republican iicKet ing chocolate; but the Y. M. 0. A. Knights of Columbus Secretaries, In this country at a cost of to-- be. chosen "by thosscsitf Georco Wastoingt .t men were at the front, and on one describe In a. joint letter an Inter $2,275,343 and that there were C92 ike oecawo a z. i. u. a, worcc wiyeu view lhey had with Gen. ijersmng Secretaries and 100 chaplajns i&3I-Lywjrr wt )ivtit1 roatilf' frnna ttian iAa. b . i ?AOST'S HBiSBSSJSSSaSSS. .TSSK.. WS?3g WTT" MHBwum SM(trtiBits7vm'Ovia picture some scandal emn''nFr"mtev-- machined and athletic goods, called that is grating on tne reelings or- Cer, with nlfaide,' Lieut?" Wilcox; the reper American wam&mtm, tftlmat of thowas greatly soldiers. ror an outlay of $417,000. Louisville citizens, and In th6 Ian- Lieut. Cols. Suockaneyer -- and Bee- pleased lea's duty and this money ist, were 100 buildings Overseas in which Gen. Pershing Knights of ColumMe4' , ""mwokcs, aiaes ot uen. .rersning. 6w , Bueo ui iuu i furnished by the American peeie. erected, and tho service of 992 Sec Enjoying tho Merry Feud Going on someuung uuiuk vvurj uiiuuie. uuu James said that ho found there to learn that the They simply lend it to their Govre day it's tho arrest of the 6odety wero too many Y. M. C. A. Secre bus are planning a tournament of retaries and. chaplains wero PRINTER FROM IRELAND. contests In quired. Goods purchased in this ernment, which gives them in ex in tho Republican Tarty boys for violating tho curfow laws, taries in the big cities and too few heavyweight boxing Pershing country for freo distribution among change securities of unimpeachable next it's the chile supper and out where tho soldiers woro, and Paris for the "Gen. tho Ranks. Tho grandfather of tho foremost value bearing a fair rate of interest. Heavyweights of tho the soldiers abroad cost ?3,713,-511.8writes as follows of Dr. Stier's de-- f trophy." cabaret dances at tho hospital; leader and statesman of tho world Through tho Liberty loan and United States army will be pitted while goods purchased in ense : then the midnight rldo of Council representatives of the Franco for similar free distribution President through tho War Savings Stamps "Taking everything Into consider- against man Paul Revere Aborli, ana last today was a printer. emigrated the United States offers every citation, wo think that the Y. M. C. A. French, English and Italian armies. cost $2,500,000. Between tho sign but not least tho wholesale escapo , Wilson's grandfather in izen, however small his or her ing of tho armistice and tho first Escape of tho Pollco Court Prison- of prisoners right under tho nose. from County Down, Ireland, would do well to retire the Rev. Dr. CHICKEN SUPPER. and landed in Philadelphia, means and however small nls or her of the year forty-thre- e of the Keystone police and tho Stiers from tho oratorical firing line Secretaries ers tho Week's h Comedy lice Court officials. Tho escape of where ho found employment at his earning capacity, tho opportunity to and chaplains had been recalled. and get a defender who can make Feature. Next Wednesday afternoon and lino goods furnished tho soldlors a defense of the Y, M. C. A. that tho twelve prisoners, which the1 trade. He subsequently married a havo a part In tho nation's great people of St. wero of a widely varied sort. Ind task. It is a mighty poor Ameriwill appeal more strongly to the evening the good Herald .tried to hold down to three, young woman from Ulster, a gum, common sense of the American peo Denis church on tho Cane Run Toad cluding bed rolls, chewing all tho elements of movlo com- - senger on tho samo ship. After a can, in my opinion, who lets this pass, who leaves to d opportunity ple. And indeed tho Y. M. C. A. will furnish the big event of the playing cards, ody pictures and talking machines, a reproduction whilo the couple removed to It will bo in the nature of moving picture machines and films, Jailer Itarr Should Explain tho Dishavo been a scream on tho i burgh, where Mr. Wilson became a others tho sacrifice and tho glory does need some intelligent defense. week. It has lost its popularity with tho a social, euchro and lotto, beginning beef cubes, candles, checkers, cigars, screen. Sawing an .Juimmering publisher and was very successful, of America's mission." crepancy in His StatePeyton B. Bethel, who is prompeople and hasi lost tho good will at 2:30 and 8 o'clock and featured coffee, condensed milk, ink, matches, their way out tho prisoners then, in Hero President Wilson's father was supper to be postal cards, paper and almost evments. and the respect in which It was with a grand chicken inent In Main street business cir iiiuvie piuiuru &iyii', tveui. uvur iuu uuriw formerly held. And whllo wo aro served from 4:30 to 7:30. Trans' erything essential to a reasonable cles, will bo Chairman of the Vicroofs of houses for a squaro, ana tory Liberty Loan campaign for about it wo might as well say portation from Parkland to tho degree of comfort. they say tliat one or tnem puuea a PLIUSEI) MRS. WILSON. bluntly that tho Y. M. C. A. organl club grounds will bo furnished by picture Dy regular nam comeuy Jefferson county, to be held in being MEMORIALS IN FEBRUARY. zatlon not only needs a defense, If members of the parish, who will CAP dropping through a iskyllght Into a POLICE Commendation by Mrs. Woodrow April, this announcement OF MYSTERY big tub of water to tho amazement Wilson, wlfo of the President, of made Monday by Stato Chairman it has one to make, but it needs a take all comers there ana oacK in thorough housecleanlng. February is historically noted as Don't overlook the of a woman who was scrubbing tho auto trucks. Earl S. Gwln, and the selection 13 "Tho trouble with tho Y. M. little parish with tho grand supper the month of many memorials.. Col. floor of her kitchen in a Market-stre- the work of tho Knights of Colum looked upon as tho very best that C. A. Is too much Rockefeller. The on that day. HIggins, Sergeant-at-arm- s residence. Another runninir bus among sick and wounded II. in the the down tho steps of a residence. American soldiors in France, Is could have been made. Man-I- work Previous to and following people believe that the organization United States Senate, has directed effective of the Republi- pumped into a fat man who was quoted In a letter from Edward Lewis, who has donecampaigns tnat has been Rockefellerlzed and they CONGRESS. attention to tho fact that memorial Lincoln day banquet Herald and the in tho successful carrying a feather bed up stairs Reed, of Longmont, Colo., In havo preceded this one, will conhave too much reason to believe so. services in Congress for Presidents cans the Louisville Sixty-fift- h Mr. Mott, who Is tho effective head enters Lincoln, Garfield, McKinley and rest "of the Republican press and they both rolled to tho bottom. charge of the organization's activi- tinue as Chairman of the Speakers' Cbsgress The of it, isn Rockefeller man; and tho Mondav uDon the final week of Its Roosevelt wero all set for the throughout tho Stato went into You can't beat that in pictures. The ties at Base Hospital No. 57, in Bureau, and C. C. Ousley will reRockefeller Foundation and tho exlstenco with tho hope of passing month of February. Tho memorial ecstasies over tho harmony in tho prisoners must havo done that to Paris, received Monday by tho War main Publicity Chairman. The astute G. O. P. ranks, Rockefeller Efficiency Bureau kqve most important of tho pending services for President Lincoln corespondent of and even tho En- help the comedy, as they might Work Council in Now York. After State organization will remain untho Cincinnati put tho Young Men's Christian As- the liavo just as easily went down tho.talklnK with patients and watching changed, with James A. Wilson as legislation. Pressure this week was wero (hold February 12, 18C6; for distributing Vice Chairman and Earl S. Gwln sociation on a toasts where It is a concentrated on financial bills, but President Garfield, February 27, quirer spoke of the confidence of alley past tho pollco station, as the.K. of C. Secretaries and how sanguine no longer a bonovolent despite the holding of night ses- 1882; if or businesss and Directed by such President McKinloy, the party leaders success of Ed Mor- Keystoners would probably bo too comforts among the men, Mrs. they wero of tho discussing tho "craps down son said she was "glad to sec the as Chairman. little institution. Tho Rockefellers have sions there is belief that an early February 27, 1902, and thoso for in doubt that men there is put this honest and benevolent In- extra session of Congress will be President "Roosevelt row for Governor and the entire hum" or how much money their Knights of Columbus War Council Loulsvlllo and Jefferson county wero held But day by day om associates win got wnen tno iB paying such close attention on a basis; nocessary for tho enactment of tho February 9 of this year. stitution ticket this fall. to will again "go over tho top." enand tho hundred million dollars and unpassed measures. When tho next it leaks out that the great day motormen and conductors get their tho sick and wounded of tho colby the Lincoln more which the Y. M. C. A. raise. thusiasm shown American army and giving tho samo Congress convenes the Republicans CEDAR GROVE. MATINEE TODAY. lected to give free aid to our sol- will control both branches. hnnnnot cuests was confined to the In explaining the charges of Mrs. oxcollent service as was rendered to Uckot3 Gernlein about the Jail, Jailer Barr tho fighting men in tho front line diers was hold for a long time in "supes" who wero given free o A most entertaining social and This afternoon in St. Xavier favored banks, and is now boing supper will bo given Tuesday after- by some of tho party leaders, while said that Will Cissel, a. the colored trenches during open hostilities." CHANGE IN HAIili. Re- trusty, luid not been auditorium thero will be a used very largely, it is alleged, in prisoner in noon and evening for tho benefit of many of the old Guard of tho tholr prompts educational work of tho Rockefeller wero sulking in matinee performance, when "My Jail for VINDICATES GREELEY. Tho Ladles' Sewing Circle of St. Cedar Grove Academy in tho acad- publican party now openly knocking tho question, aisyear, whichsame col- kind among tho soldiers. Cissel tho tho tents and aro New Curate" will bo staged for tho Orphanages emy hall, Thirty-fift- h Vincent and Rudd ave- the plan of Hert to "We all know what tho Rocke- Thomas and St. Its friends that tho nue. performances have Of Butte. last time. Past crowds wish to notify-It will bo under tho auspices select a ticket inand his friends the and" 'n "of feller brand of education Is. It is and a good euchre and lotto under their aus- of tho friends of tho Sisters, and primary. Many of advance Mont" was noro thIa weelc n a attracted record work- Janitor of tho law building propaganda for measures and politi pices tho for attendance Is expected, today being will be given at Trinity Coun some very handsome and unique ers wero conspicuous by real visit to relatives and old Louisville a holiday. The St. Xavier and cal conditions which will enable the their ab- Councilman Sanders, a brothor-InlaMorton privileged row to amass more cil Hall, Baxter ana afternoon, ave- -' prizes will bo awarded. The admis sence and they are not bubbling of Chesloy Searcy? If ho is, then friends and during his stay was Presentation Academy orchestras in- sion twenty-fiv- e nues, next Wednesday ticket, costing wealth and more, privileges without In his the guest of many of tho Democratic will bo united In giving the music Barr miscalculated over In discussing tho party's prosstead of next Tuesaay at tne is., oi cents, may bo used for the enter pects. But the real feature of tho Jailer protest on the part of the public. judgment of time as tho daily press lawyers. Mr. for this final performance. Thurstainment or for the supper. The evening and ono not mentioned by of October 28, 1018. Just four leaders and fellow "And it Ib further propaganda C. hall, a3 heretofore announced. day afternoon tho St. Xavier players Kreiner was a pupil at tho Grovo are always the harmony press agents was tho socials at Cedar to discredit all thoso individuals or ago, contain tho story of 6arrat school, Fifth and York entertained the Sisters of the dif"GutLS of ma." enjoyable. Institutions that opposo tho greed bout between Clssel's wanderings from tho Jail, streets, during his youth and later ferent religious orders with a spethreatened of tho predatory rich and tile conWood Axton, one of tho strongest If there is more than ono Cissel attended Center and Walnut street cial matinee, which proved a raro Daily rehearsals are in progress SEWING socnmES' SOCIAL. trol of government by tho predaRepublicans In tho State, and none acting as trusty tno pumic mignt Bch00i. Aftor completing his edu- - treat for them and was mucn entory rich and tho endeavor to retain for the dramatic production of tho our own cnesiey searcy, do miormeo, ana ii xiua is wio saaue catioa ho took up the study of law joyed. will bo proFor some weeks tho Sewing So- other than the power of government in tho "Girls of 1776," which Campaign Barr should como of ago nineteen pupils of Holy Rosary cieties of St. Thomas and St. Vin- the Republican State Mayor or Cissel then Jailer explanation, as ho and wheam0 ohinnin nyears nwi T.nn.- hands of tho people. Therefore duced for the across with an i, Chairman and the real tha YOUR LIBERTY BOND.' having conducted their soldiers' Academy at tho school auditorium, cent's Orphanages havo been busy Louisville. Axton and Searcy havo was Quoted In October as saying Duliumg at Center and Green relief on, a spot casn basis and Fourth and Park avenues, on won nnfl havn nil nrranpomontn Tiorfvf(l been at loggerheads since 1916, that Cissel would be out In a few 8treet3, being associated with Judge Thoso persons who bought Libn saved some of tho money that was day and Tuesday evenings, Marca j for a really delightful social enter- when Axton denounced the AaXB: ,. ., ,..., . John D. Carroll, A. J. Carroll and erty bonds in previous campaigns contributed solely for soldiers' freo and 4. The tickets of admission talnment and card party, to bo paid advermachine in a " ?,'uu" Our young attor- aid purposes, they are now using aro fifty cents and aro now on sale. given Tuesday afternoon at the tisement, and It took active strong-arme- d of the public on Smith's proclama . Charles Carroll.paco a little slow In should realize that in order to Knights of Columbus Hall, 811 that money for purposes for which separate "Kid" tion that anyone "kidding" tue po noy found the his ammtions anu achlevo tho result desired by the friends to FORTY HOURS. Jt was not contributed and which South Fourth. The awards will be Axton and "Kid" Searcy from set- Hco or calling them Keystoners Louisville for u decIdod to tollow Horace Government they should hold the fl ahovo tho ordinary and vorv dft- - tling their differences In tho are really hostile to the Interests of wero liable to arrest, and tho edi- - nrpeev.fl dYica 0f a0 West young bonds to tho uttermost. Every time In the city tomorrow tho ib'orty elrablo. Those who attend will not the people who have contributed." a bond is sold It takes that amount Hotel lobby. And tho Herald torlal in the Evening Post calling H Sdabblld gtheWrBatc Hours' Adoration will begin with onjy noip a moat deserving charity told us how tho beautiful spirit of Smith's attention to the lact that he the In of buying power away from tIced high mass at St. Cecllla'3 church, but will enjoy themselves. CATHOLIC- FEDERATION. harmony was pervading tho Republi- was aiming a blow at freo speech "01?tVcshand finally became legal annroachlng loan. It undoes tho contlnulnc until Tuesday evening, press mot can ranks and in a group picture of arid tho freedom of the iSnffti nf lessons of thrift that should bo reOn Thursday night of last week This 4s a large congregation, and nOGAN IIERE AGAIN. the party leaders Mr. Morrow, the tained following tho great world arPwUnor ifarawing safy tho Catholic Federation of Louis- Fathers Craney and Fallon will be party's regular candidate for Gov aro backed by inc factors in tho mining districts. war. The bonds tho nation and the priests from other Jerry Hogan, son of Mr. and ernor, W03 seen posing with ma ville and Jefferson ounty held Its assisted by aro entire wealth of ouTd" bTfnformed thartl.; public Mrs. Michael Hogan, 1527 Christy hands laid lovingly on Boss Hert'a aTso tho best investment in tho world. churches. rpgular meeting in the avenue, who has been "over there" shoulders, just as you see In the building. In the ahsonco of NEWPORT. flashlight photos. with Battery B, 326th Field Ar- - newly-wePresident Daniel E. Sullivan the SOLDIER RETURNS. lr dWrtment that ho has and today ho is, rated among the at Nnnmnrf flllArv. hnn urrlvwl mooting was presided over by First The Democrats can afford to look mlnt He is Na bt rWs. nnd In n toleirrnm to h! on the increasing contention in tho allowed to be foisted on the public, Western millionaires. Committeeman The KniehtS Of Columbus Vice President Louis W. Lieut. Newton G. Rogers, after Democratic The continued good at- Newport entertained witn a largo, father he says he expects to be Republican ranks, as the long drawn The public of Loulsvlllo Is paying tional Montana and stopped on fourteen months In the foreign tendance la verv gratifying to the and happy birthday party on Friday transferred to Camp Zachary Taylor factional fights In their own party the freight and they are paying tho fromway to Washington tohoro attend service, arrived here this week and are at n end with the settlement highest salaries in tho history of his officers of the Federation and bids evenlag at their hall on East Third U0 be mustered out. Before hla Joined Mrs. Rogers at the home National Commit of to make the coming year a etreet. at which time the (million llstment the young artilleryman was of the prohibition question and the Louf8vilIo for police, and it does a meeting will tho held noxt wednes - has nor parents, mt. ana fair . iw be ef - campaign was in the office of Attorney Fred elimination of none other than Gen. seem that If the citizens can not get i tee which membership highly , Burr eeful one from the 'W. Lyons. Percy Haly frea any dictation. For Ihose who haven't been robbed or day. launched. point of work accomplished. It is Forcht. ts, -- world-worj- ht a, &iLV3K 1 . hand-picke- - Mo-ra- n, self-prof- lt, ng " - cl (Mon-signor- G .or-muc- -- ftLi -- . Jli'ri4atte.,iKXp- maln-itim- ci ,jof4f-e- ' -, .- mXMf 'errolt, 4, 7, pas-ha- Pitts-woul- V , et n Wll-bu- sy . Col-leg- .rXrthoWJa. n w - KHr, Mon-mont- lis four-rou- nd , - Searcy-Chilto- J :i Seol-ba- ch - "ll X Inter-Southe- rn ' ds "LTllS taportintt Born-traog- er, t ,. 1 r . ' At. jaaairiMJocir February 24 Flvo hundred party, cuchro and lotto in Holy Cross Echool hall, evening only. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. 5 February Social gathorlng of Irish American tad Catholics FWAted to the Social and Moral Advancement at St. Paul's church hall, Jackson Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's street, with usual games and Institute and Catholic Knights of America. atternoon and evening. February 25 Euchre, lotto and Incorporate. Publishers supper KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., at Cedar Grove Academy. February 25 Hibernian Soolal ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c SUBSCRIPTION PRICE Club mdVIng picture and vaudeville Matter. Entered at the Louisville Poatofflce at show at Norman Theater. February 25 Euchre and lotto In Wait Green St. IMrii ill Communication! to tha KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, Trinity Hall for bonefit of St. Thomas and St. Vincent Orphan24-2amuse-ments, Stcond-Clan 319-32- KENTUGKY IRISH AMERICAN. COMING EVENTS. Exclusive City Sales Agents For 999499i9994999mtmmt9Mm994!imti9999t9t9mB4 fi Guaranteed 5,000 Miles irish Aadti&KCOAWi RACINE TIRES moore & Service "Retreading With 930-93- 2 Every Tire Retreaded By Us A Conscience" 2408 Racine Adjustments SOUTH THIRD STREET South 703-PIioncs-Clty Guaranteed 3,500 Miles 1 ages. (ffTH APES ffftflj COUNCIL p February 2G Social in St. Ann's school hall, Soventh and Davles avenue, atternoon and evening. ' LOUISVILLE, KY STILL pro-Engli- sh SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1919 goods could not be utilized purpose except at a loss. holds good. r I i fc REPAIRING therefore be safe to regartl tho Bertrand Church Debt and Building WELDING Expert Attention On Repairs On All Makes of Cars British embargo as a direct slap at Fund, in Bertrand Hall. March 3Euchro and lotto for our commerce, a slap that requires st. columba's church, afternoon and SPECIALISTS ON FORD REPAIRING retaliatory measures for our own evening, In St. Columba's Hall. & protection. Are we then to con"Girls of 177C" by March 4 GO. tinue supplying raw materials ERNEST SMITH, Prop. to pupils of Holy Rosary Academy at o'clock, both evenings. those who have placed our manu- 815 Both Phones 5300 718 SOUTn SEVENTn ST., LOUISVILLE, KY. factures under tho ban? Aro we going to supply our comerclal on NATIONAL nATTERS National Roofing Home Phone City 1931 n0nenta with tho mrani nt nhiiiilnir TOM TOLAKIS, Prop. VOGT LAX COLD TABLETS Company us out r tne markets of tho world? 825 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. INCORPORATED Certainly not. Under tho KIDNEY PILLS PENETRATING OIL Suits Pressed While You Walt. Pitch, Btances our courae is plain: wo Coal Tnr, Tarred Felts, Mrs. A. E. Broderlck has re- Hats Cleaned and Blocked While stay In New Gravel Roofing (A Specialty). must put tno samo energy into tho 'turned from a You Walt. Soldiers' Uniforms and PLEASANT WORM SYRUP Hats a Specialty. Work Called For industries of peace that wo put into York124 W. Main and Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, FEMALE TONIC TABLETS ,ndustrles: wo must specd HT has returned Phones City 1250; Mnln llOD-Y- : Miss. Annie 0", Attention and Quality." with a Bonaparte for a commander. up manufacturing and use all from a trip to Now York and BLOOD AND LIVER PILLS not by force take a drink our own raw materials; wo must lantlc City. ' THE SIGN OF QUALITY raopwrs PROVIDES assooiatxoh from tho Ohio or make a track on have a great merchant marine of 'Highl'd 741X Incorporated rr"r ' of Frank- - Ask Your Neighbors They Have Tried 'Em East 180 Sirs. James T. Larkln, tho Bluo Ridge in a thousand our own and our flag must become' Wai Ortranlzed fcy waB here last weok vJsitIng her fortf Cltlztu years." to Male KENTUCKY a iamtiiar ODject in tne harbors or daughter, Mrs. Clint Koerner. V. JP. IN RED ON KA.Cn PACKAGE LAUNDRY the world. This should be our SOAKS J. CO. Mrs. Carrlo Murray, of New Al- ON WRONG TRAIL. On Pnrnltnro and Other PksobU answer to tho British embargo, and Incorporated AMMHMM at 3 , fC at day our duty to ourselves demands that wlth' Wrs Wi j. Houlihan At the numerous Lincoln IOWEST BATES MA.DK IN LOUISVILLE. A" banquets of tho Republican party our answer bo as complete as wo. Tampa, Fla. t Underbill St. COLEMAN BUILDING i Geo. Dearborn tho after dinner speakers united In have indicated. S. E. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cahlll, Manager Both Phones 2886 a barrage attack on President WilLyndon, have beon entertaining as UNWISE METHODS. son as a boom tor tho next Repubtheir guest Miss Aline Hendricks, ?l!OQ f"MT. TTnmA 1hnnn THE MERRY WILL CANTEEN CO. lican Presidential candidate, and Much could bo said about the of Knoxvllle. " Coko CHILE CAFETERIA . BUNGER'S many of the speakers would have Plans Station, Camp Taylor, Ky. for "Americanization" thai $ MlM EIlen Poloyi of o IS EXTRA GOOD. been jailed for treason if tho samo now being advocated bo zeal-leEverything for the Soldiers was hero last week for a visit 458 South Fifth Street TRY IT. BUY IT. Cigars, Restaurant remarks were made ously in cortaln quarters. There is with the Misses Barrett and friends SMILES. some time back. James M. Beck, no room for doubtlnc the rieHirabll- - ,n tno Highlands. l FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN '. FIRST CLASS SERVICE C. 4203 tho noted Republican leader, who ity of bringing about as soon as S. 9192-c c x Murphy Newton G. Roger MAGIC-KELLE- R has just been honored by the Eng- possible the thorough Amerlcanlza- - and Robert W. 'Herr were among :! JNO. P. MORTON & CO. Both Phones 2406 INCORPORATED lish Government with a title, led tlon of all our Imimgrants. Those the Louisville people spending the past weok In New York. tho attack, saying that "Woodrow who come to America to make their A O 0. INCORPORATED Wilson's foreign policy Is a black home should become Americans in Adolpb Reatlinser Senator Charles A. Hagerty and Batablislied 1820. Louisville, Ity. stain of dishonor upon tho Ameri tho best sense of tho word without D. J. Kelly, of South Bend, Ind., INSURANOH guests of Mr. f were tho week-en- d can people," and tho "President's delay. This is not a "no man'a EXPERT OFFICE OUIFITTKBS TORNADO, LIABILITY AND peace programme was tho most in- land" in which a dozen different nnd Mrs- w- - H Hammond They meet When you master theao wonderful systems. PLATE GLASS Accounting PRINTERS They STATIONERS modern conditions and Government requirements. famous thing done by any American nationalities aro to remain distinct 123 SOUTH THIRO STREET The mnny friends of Mrs. W. G. save tho student 20 per cent, in tlmo and money over the President in our history." Beck's and to continue tho ideals and the O'Rourke will be glad to learn that old bookkeeping methods or Pitman or Graham Shorthand. traitorous remarks brought down a language of their mother country she is improving rapidly from the HOME SPOT CANTEEN Taught exclusively at SOUTH LOUISVILLE SAVINGS storm of criticism on his head and indefinitely. Tho great war ha3 effects of her recent operation. AND DEPOSIT BANK Bryant ft Stratum Business College, GENERAL MERCHANDISE FOR tho Republicans in New York and shown that America must be united S- i! Mrs. Frank Menno and daughter. SOLDIERS if I C Third and Walnut Louisville, Ky. (Incorporated) tho G. O. P. throughout tho coun- as a nation if it is to enduro. But Miss Katherine Menne, left Sunday Fourth and Central Avenuo Soft Drinks, Candies, Cigars, New Classea Start Monday Day aad Xlght try will find thoy aro on the wrong there is such a thing as choosing for New Orleans, where they will Three Per Cent. Paid on Savings Tobacco. The Right Place for Deposits. A trail in attacking tho President, wrong methods of reaching a veiy visit until after the Mardl Gras General Banking BusiRight Prices. festivities. ness Transacted. good end. Somo of the proposals wh" if revred and honored by the whole American people. made recently to force Americaniza j William P. Kelly, of West St. When In .Louisville Store Your Car tion by forbidding tho use of aM uaiuerine siretu, wjiu jius uetsu u . . . navy, returned homo i GOOD WISnES NOTHING MORE. ioreign languages in instruction, member of the Tuesday evonlng, being discharged I S BUILDER KOERNER & STRADER GARAGE XNOORTOXATIIO both religious and secular, aro from service. may he nowB that the Foreign It 110 E. Main or 110 W. Mala KENTUCKY say the least. As tho to IiOniSVUiL.Bl 2431 MONTGOMERY STREET Affairs f Committee of tho Houso of True Volco well says, It does not Gas, Oil and Repairing, Washing Capt. William T. Hammond, after P LARGEST IN 1 HE SOUTH. Representatives in Congress, not promote lovo of our country in tho spending a two weeks' leave of aband Polishing a Specialty. Somo Phone Shawnee 1010 Home, City 3481. and without opposition, reported favor- immigrant to force him to adopt sence with his parents, Mr. FriMrs. W. H. Hammond, returned ably on a joint resolution: "That it our language against his will. It is day to Camp Gordon, Georgia. Highland 1033 FRANK A. OHLMANN Is tho earnest hope of the Congress likely to arouso in him a spirit of JOS. V. SPANINGER Mr. and Mrs. John Gleason, of of tho United States of America opposition and make him cling the 000 East Franklin Street the enthat the Peace Conference, now sit- moro tenaciously to his own lan- Lexington, havo announced Frances Whcro work Is qulcldy GROCERIES AND FRESH MEATS GROCERY AND SALOON. FINB Is "Where tho homo ting in Paris, in passing upon the guage. Wo have no doubt that if gagement of their daughter WINES, LIQUORS, CIGAKS done; to Lloyd R. Head, of Louisville. brightest ; rights of various peoples, will let alone this language question They will bo married next week. cooking seems Cumb. Main 967-370 Baxter Avenuo Whero Where tho work is favorably consider the claims of will settle itself much better than real fun; lightest; The Daughters of Isabella will be of Ireland to the right Road Service. Homo City 8300 Home Phoa 2550 State or National laws can dispose hostesses of tho soldiers' and sail- Whcro tho meal Whcro baking gives deis light; of it. Tlmo will eliminate the use ors' dance this afternoon at tho cooked best; JOHN D. ROMMEL CO. Louis A. Broring, D. D. S. Tho resolution is a substitute for of all languages save English in ICnighta of Columbus hall, while Whcro drudge is out of Whero tho range stands that ofJteprosentatlvo Gallagher, of America and it Is very doubtful tho council will bo in charge of tho sight tho test Oil South Third St. Illinois; requesting tho American whother the process can be hurried evening dance. the That's whcro tho ivhero That's 'Quick Meal" comes FISK TIRES delegates to "present and urgo on by law. After all what Is needed ACCESSORIES "Quick Meal" comes the past two After spending 1 STARKS BUILDINQ. in. In. "tho Peace Conference the right of hero is patriotism devotion to months at her home on West Broadway, Miss Margie Conley loft this independence and self-d- e CO. JOHN B. O'LEARY & freedom, - tc gr Sold, lastalled and Highly Hoconimanilad American ideals and American in- week to Qalek Maal Gas the termination of Ireland, predicated stitutions rather than the exclusive Academy resume her studies atConHeadquarters for of the Immaculate OXERS 215 upon the principle laid down by the use of tho English language. That ception, Ferdinand, Ind. JG. CITY AND FARM TROPERTY President in his plea for an interna- will como in time. We have yet to MARKET ST. See us about anything In real n tional leaguo, that 'all governments find children of tho second genera ydir. and Mrs. Eugene McCarthy estate. Wo sell, buy and rent. largo and handsome their derive their just powers from the tion In America who employ any, Xave soldhomo on Raliroaa avenue, country 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. consent of the governed.' " Home Phono City 4464. The, .Swivt. foreign language except as a matter Poweo Valley, and returned to tho . P. BAKH0H.;JR., YIci Pn$. and Trias. Hour. M. J. BAHHON, PrejMwt and Hinagtr. tho present they aro Tho Gallagher resolution re- of erudition. They may have city. For220 Burnett avenuo. re SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. quested the American delegates at learned the language in school, or siding at Loans to those having regular in- SAM Paris to present and urge the right thoy have picked up enough of it was pleasMiss Rose Connolly comes or salary, with no publicity CONTRACTOR FOR Tho to transact business; but English 13 antly surprised by a number of her of Ireland to or red tape. Loans to housekeepers young friends on her eighteenth merely substitute resolution an their personal security. ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOUft their native tongue and they would Sewer aad Calvert Pipe, tho "earnest hope" that tho not havo it otherwise. Wo think birthday anniversary at her home, F. R. POOLEY, Bannea's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Condaits, 718 East Eighth street, New Al1815 S. Twenty-slxt- h Paris conferenco will consider tho that most of this agitation against bany, receiving handsome mementos. St. Building, Room 1, Courier-Journ(Wall Coping, Drain Tile, Vitrified Brick, claims of Ireland to the right of foreign languages at this time is Home Phone Shawnee 368 415 S. Fourth Street. Brlcll Fire Proofing, Flae Lining, Fire Thero is quite unnecessary and unwise. It may The marriago of Miss Lorraine Grate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tops. of a difference oetween tho two resolu- react against Americanization in- Madelaino Schroeder, daughtor 1823 Schroeder, of W3I. T. BANNON Mrs. Georgo T. E. YANN DAIRY COMPANY tions. It will bo noted that tho stead of promoting it. OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. Grand avenue, to Thomas F. Fritch, Incorporated. resolution reported out counts for of Monongahela, Pa., tooK piaco CONTRACTING PLASTERER CUMB. MAIN S07. PHONES CITY nothing at all oven if adopted by Like the ground hog, who stays Saturday, tho Rot. Father Weiss 0 Magnolia. SOUTH WENZEL ST. Brook and Bloom WORKS Thirteenth and Breckinridge and Niath aad the Houso and Senate. Ireland has In his hole until favorable times, officiating. City 8380 the good wishes of our Congress- tho Junior Order and A. P. A. paBoth Phones 4202 Cumb. S. 153-Mr. and Mrs. James Ready, 608 men but there tho matter rest3. triots will not como out of their Fourth avenue, Jeffersonvillo, anof their When it comes to taking.'any action hole until the peace settlement is nounce tho engagement "SOUTHERN STAR" Home City 2803 niece. Miss Nora Lillian. Goss, that will count toward securing the made. dauzhtcr of the lato Martin Gos3, REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY SLICED BACON presentation of Ireland's claims beto Edward W. Gaupln, of Louisville. "All Beady for Your Griddle la the fore the Peace Conference Congress ENDS SOOIAIi SEASON. Tho marriage will be in March. For Your Savings U. S. Governmet Protection. FRED HORNUNG, JR. Morning" fears that it might embarass the people with a total PLUMBING More than 30,000 Bank Accounts, representing 100,000 AND GAS FUTING Kelloy gave HAMS, LARD. SAUSAGE to bo given The euchro and lotto air. and iMrs. T. F. Presldenf. Probably it would. $8,000,000, is tho monument of confidence built by the next Friday afternoon and evening a dinner dance at their homo in deposit of more than this safe, conservative LOUISVILLE PROVISION 00. 712 West Jefferson Street bank. by tho St. Louis Bertrand Church Parkview In honor of Sorgt. William people of Louisville at Incorporated Louisville, Ky. SHOULD BE ANSWER. Their guests Dlddot, of Chicago. MARKET AT JEFPERSON Debt and Building Fund will be UNDER THE BIG CLOCK, M. par- were Messrs. and Mesdames OHIO AND In putting an embargo on im- the closing social affair of the La Bertel. James Hogan, Harry Mel- MISSISSIPPI AND DEAD ANIMALS Young ish ports., of manufactured articles of dles' before Lent, The KENTUCKY RIVER UNH haus, Ed Carson, Jerome Sinclair, Sodality aro securing the JOHN B. RATTERMAN HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAH) all kinds tho British Government prizes and are endeavoring to Ben Pike, John Melhaus and Mls3 C-O-A-L J. S. JONES. Agent Call Home Phone City 721; has made a strong bid for labor's eclipse tho record of the men of the Anna Clark. Holy Name Society, who furnished Cumb. Phone Main 721. support. Indeed wo aro inclined to FUNERAL DIRECTOR Fourth and River, Louisville Tho marriago of Mlsa Loretta tho prizes for tne last euchro ana think that the embargo is, at leas; lotto. Games will bo called at 2:30 Schwelrman, a popular young St. Bernard Lump QA 2114 WEST MARKET STREET LOUISVILLE JtENDERINa CO. Phones; Main 9214; City 416 woman lit part, a Government ruso to quiet and JK15 o'clock, of Highland ram, ana PerToa Sergt. James Flavin was solemnized Home Phone Shawnee 801 labor, and that it will not bo per M. with a nuptial high mass at St. Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland SURPRISE TO FRD3NDS. We are now prepared to deliver coal HENRY GOSS sisted in once the Government h Leo's church, Rev. Father Newman promptly to all parts of city. West 1107a. WHOLESALE TOBACCONIST Roofing, Glittering, Spostiag the economic situation under con performing tho ceremony. Miss Well, we're married," was the Tin Roofs Repaired and Pakited trol. When we remember that expression with which Miss Mary Mary Mathels was maid of honor ST. BERNARD MINING CO. 000 West Mala Street Asphalt Shingles a Specialty British exporting firms Imported Tuley and Vincent Thomas surprteed and Corporal Michael McGlanten (I KtrpraM) Both Pfceaea 032'. Louisville, Ky. HOll W. Broadway, LoalsvUle, Ky. to foreign their friends and relatives Monday was best man. much of what they sent night upon their return from markets as of their own manufacMr. and (Mrs. Emory H. Zlrckel the ceremony being perTHE The best GLASSES you ean get ture, we can easily see that tho formed by the Rev. Father Halpin, announce the marriage of their acdaughter. Miss Mao embargo will not long be main- of St. Augustine's church. The complished Clyde C. Hodges, which "Ask Any are the only safe kiad to wear. Beatrice, to brido the pretty tained against those who sell their Henry kEnos Tuley, daughter of Dr. was quietly solemnized alt Monday. OcxtUsi." Superintendent Correct GLA889S are aa importast surplus goods cheaply. In that case of the City Hospital, and the groom Immediately following tne ceremony 426 W.HARKCT OPTICAL as the right mediotae and WB Make tt is the United States which the a son of William Thomas, President the happy couple toft for Chicago, X,OUISVILXE,. KY. are spending their affect probably of the Thomas Garage. The couple where they embargo would NORTON BUILDING II A complete line of FarHlrare at I COMPANY them. .V are living the bridegroom's honeymoon. After March 15 they was designed to alfect, for the cost paresis at wRh home, 128 Hits will be at home at 818 South wleea that are Always tkB loweat. thek 1 Avsmw, LoaisTilkV Xr., Opposite Mary ABenea. N.W.CnierFHr1hawiJcrrcri0nfittefalie KMnated. of redtion here la high and street. pross still harps Our on the fallacy that John Bull saved our coast Amorlca by protecting during the war. For the benefit of these wo quote from President Abraham Lincoln's speech delivered at Springfield, Ohio,' January 23, 1857, and the statement fits the present case: "Shall WO expect some trans- Atlantic military giant to step tho ocean and crush us at a blow? All tho armies of Europe, Asia and Africa combined, with all the treasures of tho earth (our own for that February 28 Euchre and lotto, It would afternoon and evening) of SfvXouls InK. jnd February 2G Euchre and lotto V.P. REMEDIES ste4Cft4afrtfc9ee . TOM MOORE, JR. - E. C. STIVERS 9mmit9BmMBtiwm99f&4 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 read-e- rs by accepting only firms of known responsibility. Park, atternoon and even! 3-- I SOCIETY, ten-days' i Remedies to Your Health , , f OF Tf AUTO WELDING REPAIR Supply and circum-Nevo- r! - " i At-cou- ld Well-kno- , 014-02- y, po K M. K. SOAP EpPngS " Val-ar- anti-Americ- an BY Business Success Is Yours ! - A - I rm4mfmBm9999BamBwmwmGt Where the QuicR Meal Comes In nTTJTr UCJllJ-i- Rhci 'l tJJJL9 CLViT w. S73-17Q- SOAP WORKS l A RIUTLINQSR ARTHUR A. WILL A DENTIST 900-90- ATIcM I OJLLSLVA p 7, P. BANN0N PIPE CO. L. ROBERTSON al 508-51- 1 09999m999999999999m94ti Y LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK tZ 1",,'v J. BUCKNER Cffisjf$ntn FRED ERHART ARCHITECT . Bigh-teea- ta mraTBV9 Foth JB3BPiCaD4CJ03Sne' "Your KTZJC&JEZ American soldiers JdCBHUCOAJV. are ritAISES OUU SOLDIERS. wonderful. It Is a pleasure for us to welcome such gentlemanly young boys. I am sure that the Americans much prefer to meet tho 'Tight kind' of French girls Instead of rt ji ipi vf. gj m .1 MPii !- !- ... m -m- .m.pj ; ?. ; .. j ji 'j.!'!' '. . .'. us .'.i'i.' RIDE IN FRANCE. COLLEGE GIRLS Girl members of the Smith College Relief Unit recently had a gay rldo In a tank of the 321st at Varennes, Franco. The man at the wheel is Sergt. L. K. Mcintosh, next is Sergt. F. W. then comes Miss Anna Rochester, Miss Louise Studobaker and Lieut. C. O. Tumllnaon. TAKE TANK t' rr. iT', t "' "rsts Candidate For Attorney General RECENT DEATIIS. Monday morning the iuneral of Edward Kernan took placo from St. John's church, Rev. Father Schuh-man- n celebrating the requiem mass. Deceased was tho husband of Lydie Kernan, 838 Fehr avenue, for whom relatives and friends feel deenest sympathy In her great bereavement. Following an Illness of tuberculosis Louis Amon, twenty-on- e years old, died Saturday evening at tho home of his mother, Mrs. Margaret Amon, 1002 East Oak street. Besides his mother he left a brother and sister and many friends who mourn his untimely death. The funeral was hold Tuesday morning from St. Vincent de Paul's church. spending their time in the street cafes," said a French hoste33 tho other evening In a conversation with a Knights of Columbus Secretary in Paris. "Inasmuch as the ICnlghts of Columbus were with the French ladles In providing pleasure for tho soldier boys I was very curious to know what plan of entertainment hnd been mapped out for tho lads in khaki,"- said the Secretary. "I left tho Knights of Columbus club with five young soldiers to attend tho dancing party which Is given each week by a society In Paris. One of the young men came from California. Another was from tho Middle West. Thero was a lad from Georgia and two soldiers from tho Atlantic coast. When we arrived at the large hall on tho Avenue Wagram we found more than fifty young ladles gathered from tho best French families. On one side were eeated tho mothers who had arranged the entertainment for the .boys. Wo were soon greeted by the 'Belgian Rose,' played by a Teal American jazz orchestra. It was a real treat to tho boys, leaving nothing to bo desired. "Refreshments were served during the evening, and the Americans were 'mothered' in a truo spirit. 1 talked with ono of tho young men after tho party. 'I would have having my mother and sister here tonight. They would then appreciate what the wonderful French people were doing for the boys. Wo are all very anxious to know the best people, and these little affairs each week will mean much to tho boys In khaki.' His remark was typical, and I left with the feeling that the Knights of Columbus were moat fortunate In being able to In a movement that will do much to bring closer tho Americans and French together." on-Joy- ed SCENE AS THE NATION'S Funeral of Col. Roosevelt, tho family and other mourners. Is car inserts- on top, left to right, aro latest photo of the late Colonel. shot taken two weeks before death - OHIEF WAS BORNE TO HIS LAST RESTING PLACE. casket preceded by tho Rev. Dr. Georgo E. Talmago, followed by the ried to the grave In Young's Memorial cemetery, Oyster Bay. Tho Capt. Archibald Roosevelt, Kermet and Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., and Bottom row, left to right, is Col. Roosevelt as Rough Rider, snapand characteristic pose of tho late Colonel. FORMER 1 0 Wiring Your Home Creates Work Work Makes Idle Men Busy Pays For Itself In fany followers of tho Twin City Baseball League will reoognize tho photo reproduced here of John E. DaUs, a former loading playor of the Twin City League and an active S WIS CITV STAR. 1 Friends and relatives extend their heartfelt sympathy to George "Will-laand Edith Mueller, 721 e street, from whom Death's Angel on Monday took their promising son, Georgo Will-laJr., who had brought much happiness Into tho now bereaved home. Funeral services were held Wednesday morning at St. Vincent do Paul's church. m Guen-dalln- Time And Labor Saved four-year-o- ld FOUR ROOMS Wired Complete With Fixtures Mazda Lamps Throughout. and 50-wa- Death came to Michael D. Baker, beloved husband of Ruth N. Baker, Tuesday morning at his home, 130 North Eighteenth street. Ho was twenty-tw- o years old and held In great respect by a wide circle of friends and acquaintances, who wore deeply grieved to learn of his passing away. Besides his wife he laves his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William J. Baker. Tho funeral was tt . 49 .00 Time Payments Other Sized Houses in Proportion. .MSIBBBBBBBHBHBSra KMflHHHRHBHIHHyMHGHnilKflHM Bardstown, Ky., February 17, 1919. j i To the Citizens of Kentucky: I take this method of announcing to the citizens of Kentucky that I am a candidate for the office of Attorney General of this State. If I shall be honored as your choice for this important and responsible position, my sole desire and duty will be to assist in the proper and just interpretation and application of existing laws before such tribunals as the Attorney General is authorized to appear; and to furnish such advice to other officials as by law it will be necessary and proper to do. In the event of my election, I shall confine myself strictly to an earnest, faithful, economical, and, so far as lies within my power, an efficient performance of the duties of the trust, held yesterday morning from St. Patrlckfs church, - Rev. Father Cronln being tho celebrant of the requiem high mass. old, who had endured a long Illness, was released from earthly suf- years and prominent member of Mackin Council. Ho has been In tho service of Uncle Sam slnco last May, being Ask Our Commercial Department Today fering early Sunday morning at his a member of tho Seventeenth Mahome, 430 Marrett avenue. Until chine Gun BatteTy, and saw activo About This LOW COST Housewiring Offer stricken with illness he was a line- service in the Argouno Forest' batman in the employ of the Louisville tle. Private Davis Is a son of Mr. Railway Company. Ho Is survived and Mrs. John Davis, of 2826 Slevlu Telephone Main or City 2182, or Use the Coupon by his widow, Mrs. Agnes Leltsch; street. three brothers, Frank, Val and EdENJOY DANCE. ward Leltsch: three sisters, Mrs. Georgo Kirk, Mrs. J. B. Canada and A vory enjoyable dance was given Mrs. Warren Elwell. Tho funeral took placo Tuosday morning from on Friday night of last weok at the INQUIRY COUPON St. Philip Nerl church, Rev. Father .Louisville Hotel under tho ausplce3 Ackerman conducting tho solemn oi mo uaugntors or Isabella, many Louisville Ga3 & responding to the invitation to be services. present. One of tho most attractive Electric Co.: (Incorporated) features of tho affair was the solo MANY SECURE WORK. dancing of Misses Mary Ituter Gatc3 311 West Chestnut Street estito make a free-coSend a man Records disclose that about a and Mary Long Hanlon. third of tho returned sbldlers, sailmate for wiring my house. committed to my hands. I shall exercise the functions of ors and marines applying for work PATRIOTIC PROGRABDIE. 3c Electricity for Domestic Use through the Knights this office with an eye single to efficiency only, and shall re- employment bureaus of Columbus Members of tho first junior class Name j are placed In Ask Us About It quire of all in the department of which I am head that they positions within ono week after of Presentation Academy, Fourth Address making application. As tho Knights and Breckinridge, will entertain give their entire time and attention to the work of the dehavo in some cities half a dozen their friends tomorrow afternoon councils, each working as an em with a patriotic programme In tho partment. A feature ployment bureau, tho total numbdr academy auditorium. will be Besides my experience as a practicing lawyer, I served or men for whom work Is found .Is selections.tho Washington birthday Great care has been large. The Knights in this work derness and consideration, as it will twelve years as Judge of the Nelson County Court, and six with the Government La- taken in preparing for this event. be a long timo boforo thero will GOING TO BUILD? T TT bor Department. To Inform emyears as Commonwealth's Attorney of the Tenth Judicial ployers regarding tho men returnagain be complete stocks from SOCIAL AT ST. ANN'S. BETTER SEE US ABOUT iwhich to mako selections. ing from Europe who deslro and Dfetrict of Kentucky. On Wednesday af ernoon and aro eligible for Jobs tho Knights THE ANNUAL REPORT. 'As a lifelong Democrat, myj candidacy is subject to the havo instituted a card system that evening, (February 2 G, "there will bo at St. Ann's, Seventh We give quality and price that satisfies covers every avenue of information. a social action of the Democratic Party at the Primary Election to be These cards, issued by tho K. of C. street and Davles avenue. Games The annual meeting of tho stockRailway at 2:30 and 8 o'clock. Take Sixth holders of tho Louisville Committee on War Activities Q- held August 2, 1919. Very respectfully, Company was held Wednesday, whenl with tho United States em- street car. re-- 'j President Minary submitted his ployment service, call for detailed port His statement shows that a FOR WOSIAN'S EYE. J.I&M.& FRANK E. DAUGHERTY. r(liWrmnnt. information regarding tho soldier, sum to pay tho wages Increased his qualifications, experience, etc. months statement of operating expenses there been no Tho He is asked hat will be much retroactively for several and also has been set aside a sufficient amount deal with. There has no great finanto state where he overcial mismanagement, back has been set aside, MEN' EVERY OXE. to nay back wacres. due under tho capitalization, no corrupt methods at(this or that the soldiers should be worked before and where he now in demand as spring comes on. that dividends may be passed this award of the "War Labor Board, up to tached to the history of these comKept away rrom. Tho Knlghs of desires to work. Tho cards aro Sleveless sweaters aro being year. Tho statement follows: December 31, 1918. These increased panies so as evidence before In a letter to the editor of the Columbus saw to It that tho boys presented to returning troops while made from worn-ou- t wages, however, aro only from August us shows. far thotho swsaters. On other hand, these Louisville. Ky., Feb. 19, 1919. Augustus Chronicle, Sergeant Sam- had smokes and chocolates eo long at sea, giving the men ample timo companies havo for many years been statement the Consolidated Tho most millinery Louisville Railway Comnanv of a fair dividend. of uel J. Titus expresses tho universal as they lasted, and tho fellows who to fill them out. Before tho soldiers It is impossible to say what will tie paying companies has been The stock as and the regarded these the Railroad year earnings of tho company for the a thoroughly safe investment and as Louisville and Interurban sentiments of our soldiers regarding had just one pay day since going debark on this side the cards aro creation appears in the tulle hat. 1919. or how far thev will be af Company for the year ending Decem- tho activities of tho Knights of over were not denied because they collected by tho K, of C. Secretar fected by the reduction of the number such has been largely bought or pcr- Tho best storm coato are of rub uer si. xaia: Columbus at the front. The com- wore broke. The Knights of Colum- ies, who forward them to headquarof soldiers occupying Camp Zachary sons who aro dependent unon tho se GROSS EAUXINQS. berized cloth with cap to match. their Is to say curlty of munication was called forth "by one bus wero 'men's men, every ono of ters at New Haven, where they are Particularly have revenue $3,ES6,030.C7 Taylor. It 1919. also impossibleoperating widows nndtheir investment forestates, what will be the operating expenses for Incomes. Wo are told that hats this spring Transportation of the many protests thorn; good, wholesome, (City lines) sent to tho K. of dependent children had to the year That the likeable sorted and then aro to be veritable flower gardens. Transportation revenue against the combined war service leuows. earnings will be reduced over 1918, look to the stock of theso companies C. man In charge of tho 600,480.41 (Interurban and the operating expenses will In- for tho income with which to meet Soled army boots replace the Revenue fromlines) fund because a Catholic order was This enthusiastic testimony is service in the locality where tho mall, ad- A large portion of thlu crease, due to the award of tho War expenses. to bo accorded a modest share in supported by all our men who have soldier desires employment. hideous rubbers for wet weather vertlulntr, trackage and stock is owned In Louisville and viI.nbor Board, is however, obvious. power (city lines) 151,658.23 - cinity. wear. It would seem to bo to the its distribution. In his straightfor- served abroad, whatever their creed id is, inercrore, ciear tne otocxad. holders can expect no dividends dur interest of the city that the stability ward soldier language the writer may be, The Knights of Columbus Any one with open oyes needs Revenue from mall, and FRIENDS IWITED. year 1919 under these condi- of these securities bo maintained by vertlslnir. trackage Ing tho says 1G.283.80 tions That it Is absolutely necessary reason of the Jocal interests have written a glorious pago in tho nower (interurban lines). not to be told that tho corsage bouwhich 3,768.03 that the company should havo an in- - wonld be affected should thev become Other revenue (interest) , "Now I am not eligible to belong annals of their country and of their The ladles of St. Mary's congre- quet has been revived. of little or no value through the In- creaseu xaro win at onco appear. to tho Knights of Columbus, nor church. gation will give a social entertaincostume has beTho rainy-da- y $4,327,211.13 dross income Tho company does not want to do nhllltv nf ttln PAtnnflnlaa tn nnv rlltrf. have I any desire to, but if tho anything that win crinnin tun ger- - dends. ment and card party for the benefit come a fashion, as it lifts a woman OPERATING EXPENSES. INCLUDvice, but this position cannot bo main- - . witn tho increased wages wnicn people of America knew what the LATONIA. of St. Mary's church In tho school from tho comnlonplaco. ING MAINTENANCE. tained unless relief la afforded, and this board has felt it necessary to ECldlers in Franco know, they would hall, Eighth and Cedar streets, next Dig corduroy lined nockets upon Operating' expenses (city the necessity of such relief is empha make In order that tho employes might lines) want the Knights to administer the $2,383,971.64 sized by the following quotation from. have a living wage tho companies Mrs. Robert Manwarlng, of Louis- Wednesday afternoon and evening. rain apparel aro very useful and Operating' expenses (interwhole United War Fund and keep ville, who is vlBlting Mrs. Stewart Games will be called promptly at serve as a the findings ana award of the war would not bo able tn pay dividends 499,160.48 substitute for a muff. urban lines) on their stock and possibly might not Labor Board: out all other organizations, which Short, of Jefferson place, Latonla, 2:30 and 8:30 p. m. All tho forState, bo ablo to earn enough to meet all Trench coats and short skirts of Federal, tax for county and Financial Recommendation. 12 months enly get on tho soldiers city was the guest of honor at a merry mer membera of the congregation nerves. of their operating expenses unless they (city This increase In wages will add be allowed to charge a higher fare Hold on just a minute all except party given by Mrs. P. F. Reae-anparticularly invited to attend leathor aro put forward for those Federal, lines) county and ' 356.369.08 are State, substantially to the operating cost of than they aro now charging. the Salvation Army, the poor ne at her home on church avoa'uo. The this affair and to help to make It who would be well dressed In snow city tax for 12 months We, therefore, earnestly recommend the companies. With no Increase in and rain. (Interurban lines) 31.966.60 wages over what tho companies were to the cltv authorities tn nrevent glected 'Sals.' You can bet the evening was enjoyed by the guest a HUCCCS3. neck muffler, first Interest on debt, paid and 627,000.00 paying betoro we made the increases a calamity to theso companies by per- The colorful eoldlers will never let the tam of honor, Mr. aad Mrs. John , accrued In this award, tho estimates made by miiung mem to cnarge an increased worn as a means of protection Dividend bourine pass without dropping a Keenan, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carprcrerrea on RETURN THANKS. the cnmnanles for the vear 1919 show faro which would be sufficient to meet now attaeaed agalnet bitter cold, is 175,000.00 stock, 6 per cent. dime Into it. The Knights and tho roll, Mr. aad Mrs. Stewart Short sucn losses in earnings mat tne com- - their increased oneratlntr easts. In put be wages which we Sal were on the Job every minute, and Mr. and Mrs. Reagan. We wish to thank our relatives to frocks and coats, aad alee is Sanies would loss unable to payIs a based cluding the Increased pay a reasonable expenses and Tetal In earnings have awarded, and to This though not quite as thick as soma $4,072,447.68 and many friends for their kindness to so many uses that it promises to charges upon the fact that their operating dlvldond an their securities. ?Z64,7B3.&i costs havo Increased and there is a others. They treated the soldiers REOPEN JERUSALEM SCHOOL. shown during the illneee and at the have a strong measure of pop Earnings from operation WM. II. TAFT, uisposea or as xoiiowb: prospect of losing much of the patronBASIL M. MANLY. decently, not as if they wore indeath of my wife and our mother, ularity. on common Dividends age now occasioned by the location Joint Chairmen. Never before has linen been so - stock paid April and ferior cieatures hired to dq a nasty News has been received in Rome and Tor the many beautiful flowers, Camp Zachary Taylor February 4, 1919.. of near July 249.708.00 Louisville. job. They tended to the buslaees that the Dominicans have reopened also to the Rev. Father Walsh, the precious, so scarce, so expe&elve or Approved by the Board: W. Jett 5,066.65 The financial condition of these Lauck, Secretary. at fhan4 aadMa't go saeoplng the (Biblical school of St. StphB Sisters and altar boys aad the choir so highly prised as at the present Discount on notes sold .... companies was shown to be on a Respectfully submitted. moment, vrery bK la tae keuse around to the 'military po4Iee with at JrwMlem with a eourse of lec &t the Saered Heart ohurah. fdS4,763.55 much sounder bsls than many street T. J. MINARY, President. uspIcloBs tiiat there was evil In tures. M. Rurgy and Family. uutt om- SBUHIU UB l&OfbVT Willi Yer Beard of Directors. It sheuld be explained that in the railway companies we have had te thirty-fiv- e Henry J. Leltsch, ELECTRIC LIGHT IS THE BEST LIGHT for reading, sewing, working. It enhances the beauty of the home. Electric service makes possible many conveniences, such as electric flatirons, washing machines, vacuum cleaners, cooking, devices, etc., in every home. Louisville Gas & Electric Co. st ( I ( M R F It D SASH, DOORS, FRAMES, ETC. " FRED JONES & CO. bSFSTsu. rose-pet- al te job-findi- . mn-.- I JBOMSTSJOBCY IKUCSH AMJJfclOA.:!?. Majestic CHI Company of America Incorporated. Buys Valuable Lee County Acreage The Sixty Two Acres Shown on the Accompanying Map With Two , Producing: Wells, Power Tanks, Pipe Lines and -, All Equipment Ijocatcd within 2,500 feet of tho nlrcady famous "Drlla Hnrgis" IjWa of llie Mc- Combs Producing and Jusflnlnn Co., which company paid $201,000 for n Uiree- quarter interest in tlic 110 acres contained in (lie "Delia Ifarffls" and "Itena lmtclier" tracts shown on the map, nnd joining tho wclNknomi "Shearer Tract" of tho Hopewell Petroleum Company. ' i I ,1 I J GREATER TODAY THAN WE WERE YESTERDAY. SMALLER THAN WE'LL EVER BE AGAIN. etc sinkinc cruk - r II . A'--l?S tff.fj JyifS""1" 9 T -l Watch Us Grow PRODUCING WELLS , . 4 MORE DRILLING 11 MORE CONTRACTED FOR 4 DRILLING RIGS NOW OPERATING 7 Fifteen thousand acres in Lee, Estill, Breathitt, 99 r L- - tJ wA's2 y v X j .fir r A Wolfe, Bath, Floyd, Lawrence, Johnson, Knox, Magoffin, Whitley, .Nelson and Spencer counties, Kentucky, and Scott and Campbell counties, Tennessee. 1 f rA few Af ''W f uaAT I 7 g Poplar Jkidttt I w I ABOUT OUR LATEST PURCHASE The purchase of the 62 acres in Lee County, known as the". "Wm. Ashcraft" lease and shown in the shaded tract on the accompanying mny, is the most important deal in our brief career. This property is in a district where real "Big stuff" prevails, and joins the famous "Shearer Tract" of the Hopewell Petroleum Company, and is within 2,500 feet of the "Delia Ilargis" lease of the McCombs Producing and Refining Company. Our "Ashcraft" wells are completely equipped and pumping oil eveiy day, and a drilling rig is already on the lease and will be put to work drilling Well No. 3 on this property without delay. JfAiMlutfiammn O ,5 Sto(KA"4rl K , ft3 t0IL COMPANY?! - I 7 'SlM. 1 . i) k$; I.I' . A BRIEF SKETCH OF OUR PHENOMENAL GROWTH Thirty days ago we had but one producing oil well. In that brief period of time we have acquired two more valuable properties in the "Ashcraft" lease in Lee County, and the holdings of the May Day Oil Company in the Ross Creek district, which we bought two weeks ago. Today we have seven producing wells with prospects of bringing in a new one almost every week. Our present production capacity is over $500.00 worth of oil a day, and barring unforeseen disappointments with the wells drilled and new properties acquired this month, we will produce and sell t. tyS?" Aovvrir v J ! V ' JA.C -- f" . e--- - Over $15,000 Worth Of Oil During The Month Of March OUR LEE COUNTY PROPERTY No doubt the most valuable of our holdings is the "Wm. Ashcraft" lease in Lee County, which we have just purchased at a price which we think makes it the greatest oil propeity investment made in Kentucky in many months. This property lies just g wells of southeast of the famous the "Big Sinking" district. It has two wells already drilled and connected with the pipeline from which fortune-producin- Fwi &V j ?f ?. , z,-- i j-S :-- ' -- , . r h-,- - . .j,, V v we will begin pumping and selling oil at once. All necessary tanks, pipelines, power and other equipment is installed and in perfect working order. The drilling of the wells mentioned proves the lease and considering the prospects of this property together with the values placed on adjoining and other nearby properties we feel that in the acquisition of this lease we have taken a step well on the way toward making Majestic the greatest of all Kentucky oil companies. There is a drilling rig now on the lease which will be put to work at once. The lease affords locations for between fifteen and twenty wells and in line with our policy of speeding up development and production the drilling of new wells on this lease will proceed as rapidly as weather, labor and other conditions will permit until the lease is fully developed. The "Ross Creek" district in Southeastern Estill County is one of the most active and productive pools in the entire state. It was here that we drilled our first well, where we have since drilled two more on our original holdings. In addition to these we recently purchased the entire Ross Creek holdings of the May Day Oil Company, on which there were already two producing wells and two more drilling. These properties join each other and both are completely equipped with power plants, pipelines, storage tanks and all equipment necessary for their proper and profitable operation. We now have five wells on these properties with a production capacity of more than 5500 worth of oil per day. We are continuously drilling new wells here and we expect to continue an aggressive development campaign until every location has been drilled into a producing oil well. Every new well drilled increases our daily income to the extent of its production. Our Ross Creek properties are proven and we can feel certain that every well drilled will come in an oil well. We know the oil is there. We are pumping it out of the ground every day. In order to get more it is only necessary to drill more wells and this is being done as fast as it can be accomplished with men, money and machinery. OUR ROSS CREEK HOLDINGS OUR "BARDSTOWN" BET In our No. 1 well, which is now drilling near Bardstown, in Nelson County, Ave hope to bring our stockholders the greatest returns ever paid on an oil investment in the State of Kentucky.' In this territory Ave have several thousand acres of leases selected on the advice of oil experts and geologists of proven ability. The fact that an oil Avell has never been drilled in this territory does not discourage us. Pioneering, Avhen successful, is a most profitable pastime especially to posterity. It Avas such men as Daniel Boone avIio paved the Avay for Kentucky to become one of the greatest commomvoalths in the Union. Drake by the drilling of the first oil well made it possible to propel the Avheels of commerce by a product of mother earth. Every great oil pool had to be discovered. The "Big Sinking" district of Lee County Avas "discovered" by the drilling of the first oil Avell. Every oil pool in the country Avas disindividual or company covered by some who had enough nioncy and nerve to drill the first Avell. If Ave get a dry hole at BardstoAvn Ave Avill lose but a small sum spent for drilling. If Ave get an oil Avell our holdings there may be Avorth millions. Our experts say Ave'll get oil and Ave're betting a feAV thousand dollars against millions they're right. red-blood- Frenuentlv the larcest profits of great oil com- nanies come from increased A'alues of untested or Svildcat" acreage. We have fifteen thousand acres of carefully selected leases scattered through the states of Kentucky and Tennessee, several hundred acres of Avhich is close in the famous "Big Bird" Avell on Wolf Creek in Breathitt County, Avhere prices of leases increased from ten to tAvenly fold almost over nieht. Bv scattering our leases over a broad terri tory Ave have an opportunity to profit by the drilling of a good Avell near any of our leases. A lease Avnicn is Avorth but a feAV hundred dollars may become worth thousands or even millions in a feAV Aveeks or months. Oil has already been discovered in more than fifty counties of Kentucky. We believe there are greater probabilities of the opening up of neAV pools in Kentucky today than ever existed netore. Everv neAV Avell drilled in the vicinity of any of our leases tends to enhance their A'alue and proA'e the prospects and possibilities of our OAvn holdings. In the selection of our leases great care Avas used and due consideration Avas given to location, geological formation and all other facts and conditions tending to establish the absence or presence of oil in paying quantities. THOUSANDS OF ACRES OF SELECTED LEASES We started in to make MAJESTIC GROW. We have succeeded beyond our fondest hopes, but we'll never be satisfied until we have made MAJESTIC the greatest Oil Company in Kentucky. We'll admit that we will have to "go some" to do this, for Kentucky boasts some of the cleanest, and most substantial oil companies in the country, but we feel equal to the task. No doubt the growth of MAJESTIC has been one of the most remarkable in the history of the oil industry in Kentucky. We have met and overcome all obstacles. The experimental stage is past and our success is assured. best-managed AND WE'RE NOT SATISFIED YET Oil companies secure funds Avith Avhich to purchase and develop properties by the sale of stock to investors Avho invest for profit. The profits derived from the production of oil are divided among the stockholders in the form of dividends. While Ave are not "broke" hv anv mnana a Innro sum nf mnnw will h nniulpfl tn pnrrv nut the oYfmiKive flpvpTnnnipnt cnnmaiirn Avhich Ave have nlanncd. and Ave will continue to sell stock to our present stockholders and others until a sufficient sum has been subscribed, Avhen our books Avillbe closed and no further subscriptions taken by us. The best oil investment that can be made is in the stock of a young company, the success of which is uracticallv assured, hut in which stock mav still be had at nar or under. Maiestic offers investors an onuortunity to tret in on the ground floor and grow as Majestic groAVS. The period of great risk has been safely passed. Majestic stock is now an investment Avhich holds out assurances of a sufficient income within the next few Aveeks t put it on a suusiaiiiuu uiviuciiu uhsis. YOUR OPPORTUNITY , :." PAR VALUE $1.00 PER SHARE ; t ia v HOME OFFICE, REALTY BUILDING. ISCmMM " Majestic Oil Company of America LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY "" ig? i n j Z, ii in ... ,mm p f A p J . - - fjrrx30Jsrsr OIL STOCK TRADING BRISK IN LOUISVILLE iish amkiexswi. -- L $ Lb t B i r BVf PS j St bp jPff a ' ' J ? &w m . I $&:LLHiLHHHBflEs?LLBBHBBBBtBHBLiBflBfliHHBiB u IHHffHHHBBlNlntfgBflNBHsBBBBBBBBBBfllBBBBBBE&sBBvBBE !LLi&fliiLHKBHBlHBHBBBBLHBBBBBBBBBBflBBKHBBBEB wX .nvS ?. 4 "i"! i $ h&1' "t x v s uflpj i.fc d. jpvtj t ir- - death of soma of them and chant their requiem. They . havo seen kingdoms changed to republics and republics changed to monarchies. They havo looked on while tho Goths, the Vandals and Visigoths Invaded tho fairest portions of (olden Jubllco Is Celebrated Willi liurope, upsetting thronees. All this they have seen, while tho Acclaim at the Nation's constitution of tho church of which they are tho guardians has Capltnl. remained unshanced. Wo mav im ply to her tho words of tho apostlo: 'These shall perish, but thou' and all of them shall grow Most Nolnblo Gathering of Catholic old as a garment. But thou, oh, Hierarchy In' tho United Immortal Churrh, art always tho same, and thy years shall novor States. fail.' " Aichblshop Cerretti, speaking for the Pope; Cardlnall O'Connell for the hierarchy In tho I Today the Solo Survivor of Thoso and Cardinal Begin forUnited States, tho Canadian clergy, praised tho work and charWho Attended Vatican' acter of Cardinal Gibbons. Arch- CARDINAL'S HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY DIVISION S. ! dl-i- Home, 0 Portland. President Tim O'Leary. VIco Presldont Walter Murphyf'' Financial Secretary John Brod- erlck, 1850 Portland avenue. Recording Secretary John A). ? Martin. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty, Sergoant-at-Arm- s Martin Shee-ha1818-182n. First and third Fridays, Hibantaa - Sentinel Thomas Noone. DIVISION 4. Meets second and fourth Mondays, . Council. bishop Glennon, of St. Louis, responded to the toast, "Our Coun- try." D. Meany. Bertrand Hall, Sixth street President John J. Barry. Vice President Mark J. Ryan. Recording Secretary Lawrence Secretary Thomas POPE SENDS' HIS BLESSING. K. OF O. INITIATION. Columbus, Langan. Financial J, HHSHHr JUb LbbbbbVHkSpTLbSP f v lTWfffrJr .am dfefcMMJSWhTfTr ?..$ ... MJKJift? MfcTBgv? BBiltotoirii irf TBWK.'srr,wwrrytttA TnwPfTKPH bS miBMBBBraWBBMMB r" i f iV VTvA. WF" .tm.. Hu" .eVjr .SKSwlX BssMPfflBBBBlMy jEt?.jLTKB833r THHHSHHiHBc ntJ IHbbbIbbTVbbbbbbbbbbHbbl Clergy and laity of Roman Catholicism gathered In Washington on Thursday to pay homage to the venerable head of tho church In tho United States, Jamea Cardinal Hb hong, at tho celebration of hl3 golden episcopal Popo Jubilee. Benedict was represented by Arch bishop Cerretti, who camo from Jlome to bring tho Pontifical bless ing to tho aged prolate In testimony of his services aa Bishop for half a. century and as a Cardinal slnco 1S8G SMOKE t TARPY'Si: Lady Dash Little H' DIgnilarlcs of tho church said tho celebration was tho most notable gathering of tho Roman Catholic SPALDING SHOE CO. A letter has been received from hierarchy in North America In EIGHTEENTH ASS MAPLE more than thirty years. Including Father Georgo Connor, pastor of Out of the Hish-IteDistrict Cardinal O'Connell, of Boston; Car- St. William's, in which ho states OPEN EVENINGS dinal Begin, of Canada; Archbishop mat the California .air seems reBonzanp, the Papal Nuncio In tho vivifying and that in San Juan United States, and a great host of Capistrano ho ia surrounded by roses and geraniums in full bloom. PERFECT FITTING Archbishops, Bishops and Tho lay membership was His great worry seems to bo his SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES congregation, That Louisville has become an Oil Center is evidenced by the crowd of oil stock traders shown in the above photo- represented by distinguished busi- est regards toand ho sends his kind all members. ness men and Government officials. graph that attend the open call sessions of the Kentucky Oil Exchange at 20 South Fourth street. These sessions are held Extreme simplicity marked the Roger Aull, tho Passlonist, Father hns of St. William's during began Many thousands of shares of stock are traded in each day. The public acts as its own broker in these sales, celebration, which In tho with (Pon- charge Connor's absence. at 12:15 daily, tifical high mass church of Father the Franciscan Monastery at tho but!orders may be placed with the Exchange for the execution. Oumb. 2654. City 7184. cS?v o THE JL1D SISTERS. Catholic University, Cardinal Gibbons being the celebrant, assisted Before we arrlvo at tho &v.i nt by ho Very Rev. E. R. Ryder, of priest; Mon "freedo mof tho seams," and whllo Baltimore, assistant x the bar of the nassnort is inter slgnor Thomas S. Leo and James F. Mackln. of Wash- posed against promiscuous travel Oculists' Prescriptions. ington, deacons of honor; Monsignor ing, let us hope a prohibition will James P. Holden, Baltimore, deacon, bo used against tho obstreDorous SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY nnd tho Very Rev. J. B. Creeden, ana pesiuerous Taction or tho equal S. J., subdeacon. After tho serv- suffrage party, that relatively small INCOKPOKATXD army of ices, the visitors formed In pro- fraction of tho great Fourth nnd Chestnut. cession nnd marched to tho re- women organized to secure the voto, fectory, whore dinner was served. which proposes further and still This Thanksgiving that tho "blessed more objectionable tactics. sun of peace has dawned" and praiso disowned offshoot, tho Congressional for the work of tho Papacy in at- Union, which has been burning tho tempting to mitigate the horrors of President's speeches before statues the war formed the theme of tho in Washington Park, much as an Complete reply of Cardinal Gibbons to ad- obsessed Chinaman burns joss an Idol, dresses of congratulation. The ven- Its nagging is talking of carrying of the President to the erable prelato was in a felicitous gates of for the execution of tho peace conference in mood, despite emotion at tho personal tributes and fatigue of the ex- Paris. orders in any amount. Without reference: to the cause of ercises. During his speech ho paid 'votes for women," to which we a tender tribute to the late Archbishop Ireland, of St. Paul, "tho long havo been committed, means patriot whom his fellow citizens fchould be found to Interpose a bar of common senso and decency beloved to honor;" tween Thanking Archbishop Cerretti, their these misguided females and childish, proposition. It Js bad representative of tho Pope, Archbishop Bonzano, tho Papal Nuncio enough to havo tho domestic dis- hrewfcf m4 MmhmI MiHs ScfMriMttMy TnM grace of their antics; it would bo In tho United States, and other digDr. Uriah Z. Litsiy far nitaries for their presence, the Car- eyes worse to be dlsgracod In the of Chiropodist dinal recalled that when tho Jubilee gathered the world representatives at Paris. That is wthat was canceled four months ago be607 Metr$ New York $tK Excltanji cause of the influenza epidemic, tho the silly sisters seek. They would Stnrlcs Pope Inquired to what date .it had not hesitate to bring tho United BydMixft ridiculo, been deferred. 404 W. MaiaSt., Louisville, Ky. Cardinal Gibbons States Into they thought oven Into -- ,7rsr:4s2mfKr' obloquy, If r Both Pbot? It would Incabled that It was postponed definitely, but "in spite of my an- contribute to their designs. It will swer the Holy Father decided that damage not so contrlhntP. Tf in WANTED. Sir your boys aa edacstto tfeat trll) the cause, perhaps not Irit should take place." prepors tbm for Uis. Two respectable business men. or retrievably, becauso the prlnciplo "When a man like myself becomes live, but it will delay tho day women, to occupy well furnished IT SHO.ULD HAVE BEEN MEin octogenarian," Cardinal Gibbons must ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE element of front room, all modern conveniences, Laid, "he Is disposed to be reminis- to which the sano womanhood Is Rut Mm near Broadway car line. Best loKEYSTONE NURSERY RHYMES. tho West; Ireland is the point upon pay the cent, and to praiso times passed genome snoum lookinir. 113 yr. Broadway, lKslsvillt', Xy. last earthly tribute to hid away 'laudator temporls act!.' Ho be blocked in Hir, cality. Terms reasonable. Referby the XaverUn Brother wheh great traded routes between memory. Conducted ." Buslnesi Dlckory, DIckory Dock, and Classical, SclenUflo se"se. or ence exchanged. Address "Wanted," has the temptation to embellish his' "'"" . i"0!' West converge; her Indecare Kentucky Irish American, Courses. Preparatory Department, Itaxg The burglar ran around the block, East and Is narratives becauso his audience, who S pendence demanded by tho freeBwlmralnfir Pool. Well Equipped GymnaProposIt,on are PrJec.t t0 unsafe are his juniors, havo no means or L"Sa"te large. The clock struck one sium. Terms moderate. dom of the seas; her great harbors Bro. Benjamin, Tlr. contradicting him. Ho has And homo he run, the ington Wednesday to attend tho must be open to all nations, Instead whole Held to himself. But I assure Dlckory, Dlckory Dock. ceremonies on Thursday of .tha of being the monopoly of England. ou that I have no disposition to Today these harbors are empty and "Ai Near to You as the Neafett Phons" - "" yield to tho temptation myself. ""yTW golden episcopal Jubilee of Cardinal At Ten little Keystoners standing in a idle because English policy Gibbons. In addition to Archblshoo is declose of tho third plenary countho line, Cerretti, tho Tepresentatlvo of Pope termined to retain Iroland as a barTOianArlltt cil, over which' I had the honor to a PnMtfnnI DVlAnnnll FUNERAL FLOWERS A robber stole one and then there ren, bulwark for English aggrandizepreside, I addressed the assembled wero nine. Boston; Cardinal Begin, of Canada, ment, and tho unique geographical referring to tho words prelates, and Nine and a largo number of Archbishops, littlo Keystoners standing position of this Island, far from beA SPECIAL SPRAY $3.00 which St. 'Paul wrote to Timothy, Bishops and Monsignorl wero pressober safeguard t thanked them because they did A SPECIAL WREAT1T $5.00 A negro had (?) and straight. then ing a benefit and a subjected to Eurent at the ceremonies, which were ono fired and ope and America, to the not despise my youth. If your held at tho Catholic University. there wero eight. purposes of England's policy of predecessors In the episcopate wero Tho celebration opened with PonEight little Keystoners, each with a world dominion. so patient and forebearlng to me in gun tifical high mass with Cardinal "Ireland today reasserts her hismy youthful experience, you havo Gibbons as tho celebrant. Addresses Dill Hart in action and then there toric nationhood the more confialways been kind and considerate were made by tho leading dignitarwero none. dently before tho new world emergto mo in my declining years. I am ies at a dinner at which Cardinal ing from tho war, becauso she betoday tho sole survivor of nearly Gibbons was tho guest of honor. HI, diddle, deo diddle, lieves in freedom and Justice as the woo Iburth wcnouxwnfrj 1,000 Bishops who attended thy I'll solve the riddle: fundamental principles of internaVatican Council, and by a notablo Who was it stolo the spoon? FORMS READY. tional law; becauso she believes In SBBBBBiSS7'yflKBHBJBBBKK&BjSJHBBBBBBBjB circumstance tho oldest prolate ut Mmkk We telegraph Flowers Everywhere The burglar j-laughed to see tho a frank '" iBHs&VSHirMitaF between tho the tlmo of the council was a Bishop sport, Individuals with incomes of peoples for equal Tights against tho LLH from South America. What Is Whllo tho Keystoner gazed 'at tho vested privileges of anoient tyran$5,000 or less may now obtain in still more noteworthy, I am actually moon. come tax return forms at offices nies, because the permanent peace tho only survivor of tho eighty preof Revenue Collectors or banks. of Europe can never bo secured bv lates who attended tho third plenary Bah, bah, Keystone cop, Tho forms havo been distributed perpetuating military dominion for council in 1884. The last to deyou any wool? throughout tho country, and were; me pront DR. JOHN P. BECKER Havo sir, yes. sir. three bara full. lishing or empire, only by estabscend below tho horizon of tho Yes, released without walling signature the control of government in tomb was the venerable patriarch Ono for tho Mayor and two for tho every land upon or iuo revenue Dill by hto Presldont. tho basis of the of the West, tho great apostlo of OPTOMETRIST, guya Tho form for individual incomes free will of a free people, and the temlperance, the patriot whom his Who pull it over tho public's eyes. existing state of war between Ireof more than ?5,000, and other tax fellow citizens loved to honor, with' rJlPJMsMji SPECIALIST IN FITTING GLASSES return forms, be available land and England can never be out distinction of race or religion, HBFpHp f 4 V rJmrr5sssK within two weeks.will Tho Individual Mayory, Mayory, quite contrary, ended until Ireland Is definitely. Twenty Years' Experience. the Lion of the Fold of Judah I form for Incomes of $5,000 or lesa How the crime list crows: evacuatea by tho armed forces ofa refer to John Ireland, Archbishop races neusouauie. All the people want tho airy, is a printed sheet divided into threo of St. Paul. parts, one constituting Floor For they are holding their nose, a "work 315 Starts Baildinit. Third ' I thank God that wo aro assem"For these, among other reasons, sheet" on which a taxpayer may Foartk and Walnut. Ireland, resolutely and Irrevocably bled today when tho war is over figure his income according to the WHAT SINN FEIN ASKS. Phone City 1180. determined at tho dawn of the and the 'blessed sun of peace has guido provided, another containing promised era of dawned upon us. During that In the following appeal the Sinn and liberty that she will suffer forPREMIER OLEMENCEAU. BBBBBPSf tWKKKKKm ' detailed instructions, and tho third tremendous conflict there was ono being the actual return form. MarFein constitution calls on "the free eign dominion no longer, calls upon i Latest photo of GeorKe Clemen- - majestic figure that toworod over JHBBMW or nations of the world to support tho every free nation to uphold her ceau, French all othors, I refer to our Holy DIRECTOR GENERAL OF R. R. ried persons $2,000heads of families Premier, and President who or moro, and Irish republic: national claim to complete Inde- oi woria&s .Peace Conference. Father Benedict XV. I behold him Walker D. Hines, appointed Di- dnglo mado persons who mado $1,000 or "To the Nations of the World, pendence as an Irish republic now in Imagination standing like Greeting: Tho nation of Ireland, against tho arrogant pretensions of Funeral Directors Moses on tho mountain with up rector General of Railroads of tho moro in 1918, must make out reGIVE TEA JFOIl BEER. having proclaimed her national In- England founded In fraud and suslifted hands, praying for his spir- United States, to succeed William turns beforo March 16. Accompanying tho individual redependence, calls, through her elect- tained only by an overwhelming Embalmers. itual children shedding fratricidal G. McAdoo. Harvard has given up tea for blood. Tho Holy Father was unturn form is a schedule for uso of ed representatives In Parliament as- military occupation, and demands to farmers In calculating net income miSH TO GATHER. of ale will in on be confronted publicly with England beer. Or criticized for 1918. This will assist a farmer xtREise Assrwoxtvw sembled 21, the Irish capital free at tho Congress of Nations, that the servo tho even a bottle CambrhlKe. justlyblamed by In thoso days. Ho January 1919, upon every purpose at was tho Allies becauso y k, A convention under tho in determining value of crops, VeJeptaea nation to support tho Irish republic civilized world having judged be- Harvard professors and their wives he did not sido with them. Ho 1 by recognizing Ireland's livestock national tween English wrong and Irish havo this year omitted the custom was blamed by tho Central Powers auspices of the Friends of Irish products corn products, and other materials gold status and her right to Its vindi- right may guarantee to Ireland because ho did not espouse their Freedom, one of the purposes of HM"H" its of holding The cation by tho Poace Congress. permanent support for the mainten- dents, whllo afternoon teas for stu- cause. But the Holy Father could which is to formulate a policy "to and oa hand, and expenses. It has been announced not Ireland form is itemized in detail. "Nationally, tho race, the lan- ance of her national Independence." ex- guldo Americans in aiding partisan. that candidates for the freshman altedbo aa personago Ho was too But to gain guage, the customs and traditions will for that. and varsity crows will not be al- though' not a partisan ho was not open in Philadelphia this Saturday. NOW EV GERMANY. of Ireland are radically distinct LONG LIFE ENDS. lowed to drink anything but a bot- an indifferent spectator of tho hor- Moro than 5,000 delegates from all from the English, Ireland 1b one of tle of bee or perhaps ale for supper. rors ho witnessed. He frequently sections of the country are expected Privato Pat McTighe, the well the most ancient nations of Europe, Owen li. protested against the outrages per- to attend. Among thoso who have known Louisville chauffeur who was and she has preserved her national years of age MoOann, ninety-tw- o and for many years a petrated In Belgium and France; accepted Invitations to address the Injured before the close of the war, READY AT ST., PAUIi'S. Integrity vigorous and Intact and he was habitually exercised In meetings are Cardinal Gibbons, has recovered entirely from the through seven centuries of foreign widely known and respected resiWalsh, wound in his hand and has reportThe good people of St. Paul's par- tho benevolent work of effecting a United States Senator-eleoppression; she has never relin- dent of Louisville, succumbed Senator ed back to Comoanv Tj. TwajsIv- quished her national rights, and Wednesday afternoon to the Infirmi ish are fully prepared for their chango of prisoners; and in many of Massachusetts, and ji throughout the long era of English ties 10c incident to old age. He is sur- coming social entertainment, with other ways mitigating the horrors Borah, of Idaho; Speaker Champ alxth Infantry, which is located In usurpation she has In every genera- ylved by one daughter, Miss Mary. tho usual games and amusements, of war. The Pontiff stands out to- Clark, Govs. Sproul, of Pennsyl- xreves, uermany. day the most exalted personage in vania, and Smith, of New York, and tion defiantly proclaimed her MeCann, with whom ne on the A. J. 5c right of nationhood down home at 126 Quill street. made his to take placoFebruary afternoons and Chrlsttendom. Kings will die, Em- church dignitaries of several faiths. RESULT OF ATTACK. fuThe 24 and 25. perors will die, even Popes will to her last glorious resort to arms neral took place yesterday morning evenings of Some beautiful prlzeu have been ,dle, but the Papacy lives forever. CARDINAL'S JUBILEE. The Peace Conference at Paris In 1916. irom me unurcn.or the Blessed Sacsupper, comforting "The Popes have seen the tIso adjourned Thursday on account of "Internationally Ireland Is the rament, Rev. Father Daniel Sullivan secured and ato the robust and the and development Best Cigars and. satisfying of all the GovHigh dignitaries of the Roman the attempted gateway to the Atlantic. Ireland Is celebrating the requiem mass, when delicate, will be spread from 5 to aseaasraatloa of ernments or Europe. It Is not Im- Catholic church from all parts of Premier Clemenceau, who is on th e the last eutpost of Hurope toward many friends gathered to 8 o'clock eaeh evening. probable they will witness the the United States arrived in Wash way to rseevery. nt Mon-slgnori. 1 Treasurer John F. Burke. Tho Louisville Council, Knlghta of Sorgeant-at-Arm- s Patrick Conwill relebrato Washing- nelly. ton's birthday with a banquet at Sentinel M. J. McDermott. tho Seelbnch Hotel this ovenlng and tomorrow will Initiate a class of eignty candidates. Most Rev. John MEN'S BLACK OR TAN J. Glennon, of St. Louis, will lin the guest of honor at tho banquet uus evening, ana will deliver an address. Hon. E. J. MeDermnft will speak on "Tho Meaning of tho anu joi. i. u. Callahan will way," to act as toastmastor. Tho banquet wui oe unaer tne auspices or the Theso beaters Fourth Degreo Assembly and will they lookshoes are woria stand the well and they begin at 7 o'clock. bang-or service. They are deslfrnea and built for service and they render that service. CALIFORNIA BENEFICIAL. WORK SHOES $3.50 $6.00 a OD xS. x-ibs Mou-slgn- or LIBERTY BONDS 3DRI?K: facilities bo-fo- re JM& TAf-ZsKsKsasi : sw- 5o CORNS.BUNIOISTS " - "' " B - I ?l5M! UP I mSmjI m sLltLsHHiiisir sHh sH 'ijnpH ssflraisflP&ysH '1HbBBH ! H. BOSSEaSON and sio two-da- lire-stoc- ct - Hade! .t........t-.-I''f"I"Hi-- old-tim- ;, 7'TO 4 ' DoK'T "KID" THE LOUISVILLE POLICE. keuojkx irish jsusaa&mjLGAjsc. KNIRI'.TS HI' UOLWII!; Late News That Will Interest Members Here and CHILDREN'S fo T HERMAN rouRTM Avenue mflitttmittttHHJ I STRAUS SONS wazwaweo MARKeT STREET We dive and- - Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. K. OP G HOLD-U- P SHOES $2, $3 and $3.50 grades at $1.45, $1.95 and $2.45 in our February VlCTflS, the order . lI II TllllMi H II I - March 1. Council at Greeley. Neb., on Clean Up Sale years of value giving leadership compels attention! Why look elsewhere? Twenty-seve- n 4IMI run W The victims of holdups, burglaries and assaults are not in. the humor of laughing at the police, or calling them "Keyston'ers." High Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coal has always been free. She fought to make the English go back homo and let her manage her own affairs. Why, Ireland fought for 900 years JAMES R. DUPPIN, President. almost continuously. First from the LOUISVILLE, KY. What They Have Been Doing ninth to the twelfth century wo fought the Dailes, and then the agency for a conservatively managed, medium-sfcoWhy not take nn the Past Week General English came and wo had a war clean, progressive company, whoso treatment of agents and News Notes. lasting 600 years, just to show policyholders and whoso standing and courtesies with all of tho them we weren't beaten. The Irish very are the most 'forgiving people on the American Life Insuranco Companies glvo it a position of the they weren't earth. highest rank? Division 4 will meet next Monday wouldn't If an Englishman there loft bo evening. alive In England today." CAPITAL, RESERVE AND SURPLUS FOR PROTEC Today the Ladles' Auxiliary of giving a GEORGE AVASHINGTOX. TION OF POLICYHOLDERS MORE THAN $4,500,000 Sioux City areShepherd benefit party Home. for the Good Deposit with tho State of Kentucky under the 1732 Born .! ift Westmoreland South iBend divisions have united, Compulsory Deposit Law more than $4,600,000. T5r a banquet and entertainment in county, Virginia February 22. 1748 Surveyor at tho ago of Excess depo9lt over all requirements $1,000,000, celebration of St. Patrick's day. or 20per cent, more than the law requires. sixteen. Division 3 met last evening and Inspector and 1751 Mllitarr renewal commissions, bo hoard reports on tho moving plctura For good, clean agency contracts with own 'Major. i have an independthat you may build up a business of your Office and the Company. and vaudeville entertainment. to tho 1763 Commissioner of Home ent permanent income, address the All tho Indianapolis divisions are Prnnn.hmaking special preparations for the i ,7155 p to Braddock. INTER-SOUTHER- N LIFE INSURANCE CO. j louuuarriea January o to aurs, 6'w Divisions 1 and 2 of Syracuse Martha Custis. LOUISVILLE, KT. will send ten delegates to the Irish of First Con- 1774 Member race convention at Philadelphia. tinental Congress con- 1775 Member, of Second Tho Countv Board met Thursday Elected ovenlnc at Bertrand Hall and heard tinental Congre 15: Takes reports on tho St. Patrick's day en- - mandolin-Chie- f, command of thofermy at Cambridge, tertalnment. -2 90c f 2 Lbs. For Hibernians of Crockett, Cal., July 2. from Bos1776 jchowh 70X xss rare ouv will celebrate St. Patrick's day by ton, March 17. i a cerrzs isQUfcLITT. , staging a monster benefit for St. Battle of Long .Island, August 27. Hose's church. Battle near White Plains, Octo- Tho Ladles' Auxiliary of Sioux JOJHLWT J City had a very successful entertain- .ber 29. Battle of Trenton, December 26. Importer eafi Roaster of High Grafls CoSee, Sola ment and celebration In honor of Direct to Consumer, 1777 Battle bf Princeton, Janu- the feast of St. Brlgid. sia w. maxxxx mt. xcvsrrziAX. XT. ' Aux- arv 3. The New Albany Ladles Battle of Brahdywlae, September we iliary, Ktvm ils a4vrtlMet with rMrittsae directed Ky Catherine Cody ail okrfe ! Ce X. A. fcr Fml Fes, wtU X. a and "Margaret Lang, anticipate Battle of Gerniantown.r" October 4. year of gret progress, 177SiWiBte?$:at yaWy 'Forge. Indlasapolis delegates 38 Amoorthe Battle of Monmouth';,' June !Hlf Philadelphia convention are to the . I. JACOB. 1779 At'Mlddlebfook and New X. X. CAMPBELL P. JV Kellcher, Maurice Donnelly Windsor. and Mrs. James O'Donhell. at Morristown, 1780 Winters T. D. O'Leary, James J. McTlgho, New Jersey. 1781 joins Lafayette at Mark Ryan and John J. Barry are the Committee o! Arrangements for Splendidly equipped repair shop and employes Surrender of Cornwallls at the St. Patrick's day entertainment. October 19. Tuesday evening the Hibernians familiar with all sorts of starting devices and 1783 Farewell, to his army, Noand Ladles' Auxiliary of Norwich, workon your ' generators. If in need of ffrst-claN. Y., had a grand opening of their vember 2. Resigns his commission and renew club rooms in tho Turner cars, by skilled electricians and mechanics, your turns to Mt. Vernon, December 23. building. order will be promptly attended to by calling 1787 'Presides at constitutional Tho iriAmhArs of tho nrdflr and the Ladles' Auxiliary will receive convention. holv communion at the 6:30 o'clock' 1789 Elected; President of the mass in SL Patrick's church on United States. March 4. Inaugurated at New York, April March 10. William H. Foley, former Indiana 30 1793 for a second Qfnta Mvw. ..; MVUVW Qftrofnrv , rotnmnil .wv ..ww wi.M..ww Inat wank .,. from Camp Shorman, Ala., where ""'" 1797 Retires to private life, ho had been with the United States March 4. Signal Corps. Comander-in- 1798 Appointed INCORPORATED Four dlvlsons of tho order at Chief. July 3. ' Fort Wayne held a special meeting City 1799 Died at Mt. Vernon, DeHE GHthrleSt. this week to make arrangements for cember 14. Maia 010 Speed Bldg. an auspicious observance of St. WHERE FROSL PER TON. NAME, Patrick's day. PRINTERS MISS CHATLAIN. South Bend Hibernians have seWestern Ky. "Taylor" $5.90 lected County President William N. Rov. Father G, K. iBIgloy, who for 6.75; Black Beauty "Harlan" Bergan and Mrs. Mary Traeger as two years before his death was Straight, Creek their representatives at the Irish chaplain at St. Francis Hospital, 7.10 "Pioneer" Colorado Springs, was well known ' Wilton Mines raco convention. 7.10 "Jellico Mrs. Mary Connolly paid 'a feel t 4hn Tlnion Printers' Home, having ing tribute to the great work of tho been tho father confessor and splr- nuns on the- battlefield at tho an- - jtual adviser of the Catholic mem-nuof the craft sojourning' there, STEAM lllary banquet of the Ladles' DOMESTIC at Syracuse. and well thought of by everybody. Tho Ladles' Auxiliary of Syracuse Ho was born in Pittsburgh forty-hel- d MS. I.McTIGHE, Sales R. A. WATSON, Manager its regular meeting Wednesday, three years ago and was educated Cards were played both afternoon for tho priesthood. After receiving were holy orders he was assigned to duty and evening, refreshments Eerved and a social timo enjoyed, at St. Louis, where ho remained Membors also brought their friends, until coming to Colorado two years Only at a national convention will ago for tho benefit of his health, of Father Bigley's Parents were with S 1.80 are all tost gnrsAS there be so. large a gathering Tbess ttrs ThermoW PL CI S8xl at the time of his death and V representatives of tho order as that Tberaiold Wa, CL .......... 10.SG took, wits sau aa serial sum J 0x8 back with --. taobed. tOxZ Thermold PL CL which will assemble today at tho took his remains interment. them 11.11 eall to Intpoot osr steos We solicit SZxSU Thermold PL Bs. ...... Irish raco meeting at Philadelphia, to Pittsburgh for 1S.(I at both stores. ttiSii Thermold Ns. B. ...--.- .. All the States and cities will be MUCH RELIEF WORK. LouisvlllB Tlra and Rubber Co, Cit, PHONES ? well represented. Incorporated Main 1039 ee S. OT5XRD ST. Last Sunday was a great HiberThe Rod Cross civilian relief nian day at Omaha, Division 3 in- work has reached 5,000 more fam ceremony itiating with elaboarto man in one of the largest class es over re-- 1 ilies of soldiers and sailors month according to corded in Nebraska. Division 1 and ?" il' U p t t, Waser. Dl- the two Ladles' Auxiliaries sent , DlvIslon civilian tor f thfl j largo delegations. We Buy, Sell and. Quote Close Market Oa The report Relief Department. "A real night In Ireland" was'Bnowa a totai of 25.377 families ALL KENTUCKY OIL STOCKS La- provided for tho members of during the month. In flealt y dies' Auxiliary 2 of Didlanapolis by ' 17 461 caBea Bomo tangible help was Exchange, where We operate at the daily sessions of the Kentucky Oilopen call sessions. Miss Lucy McGee, who appeared la renaer0(i( and in 7,916 cases we execute haying1 or selling orders for clients at the our clients the benefit of the closest market prices made by Xtais Gaelic costume and gave forination onlv was needed. During the pusilo. Irish folk lore tales, fairy stories, tne raonth ?57,171.42 was spent in WE CHARGE NO COMMISSION Irish jigs and reals and a sketch of flnancinB tho relief work dono by present aay insn cuaumuua auu njg Rea cross department. roc this service except the usual 2 per cent, charged by the Exchange. 'PHONE OB WERE ORDERS AT OUB EXPENSE aims oi uiu peupie. EUCHRE AND LOTTO. CO. IRELAND AND BELGIUM. City 4C11. BU1XDINO. Wain 9068. The blst free ouchro and lotto of "In tho last four years the Irish 'thn fiathollc Knlehts of America have suffered worse than tho Bel- - takes place Monday night at St. gians, tho French or even the Martin's Hall, Shelby and Gray. Armenians, under a brutal British capt. Oscar Maler and a hustling soldiery," declared Rev. Father Mc- - committee have secured handsomo HARYEY-JELL1- C0 CaBe, President of Do Paul Uni- - prizes and are prepared to make tho verslty, at a meeting In Lomoyno party one that will not bo soon for-(INCORPORATK)) School, .Chicago. Tho meeting was gotten. Some lucky tlcket-holdaf- - win bo awarded ?2,50. called as a r fair to agitato Irish Independence, DISR13ARTENING. It was turned Into a sort of Jubilee proDISTRIBUTORS OF THE over the fact that Ireland to tho re Tt in irllsheartenlnK claimed her independence. Father al- - turned McCabe gave a brief fclstory, soldier to find hla place And It Is ways bristling with wrath toward filled by a England, as he told of the Irish unnatrlotio on the part of tho om- etruggle. "Not for freedom," he pioyer not to reinstate the young S6:65 declared, "because you can't en- - hero who staked hia life that our, i slave the eoul, ' and Ireland's soul country should be eafe. rlace your next oracr wuu ui, eruu Inter-Southe- rn Life Insurance Co. d, HIBERNIANS. - - "' !.,... Alde-dd-cam- Mulloy's New Blend Coffee 1- tkat Expels-jBritls- M. MUIIOY . At last week's meeting Omaha voted favorably on 110 applications. .Ttio.War Council Will, erect a hut 1 his is ,a semi-annuevent with us an opportu- - $ at .Oswego for the men stationed at Port Ontario. nity for you that comes but once each season. You Nebraska has thirty councils with ina membership of 6,61, "a net really can't afford to miss it. crease for tho year 721. Lexington will furnish the team which will exemplify tho third degree at the joint Initiation tomorrow at Covington. Another council will soon bo instituted at Lawrenco, Neb., and two other localities are considering the organization of councils. There will be big doings tomorrow at Pino Bluff, .when tho first clas3 of the million members campaign receives the degrees. Over 3,000 people attended tho Victory reception bf Lacordalre CoTIncll at the. Central Opera House, Now York City. District Deputy Donovan and his Kentucky team will exemplify the third degreeat Shelbyvlllo and Ind.," in tho near future. The new K. of C. Jlall at Kelly Field, to replace the one destroyed by fire last December, will bo a large and handsome building,' containing all the modern conveniences. One of tho largest classes In the history of the council was Initiated last Sunday at Chllllcothc, Ohio, the candidates including some of of officers tho most prominent Camp Sherman. The greatest meeting the Knights ever held in Ohio will take place at Cincinnati on March 20. Supremo Knight Flaherty will deliver a message of such importance that a 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, new epoch in Columblanism will be marked. Ringing resolutions were adopted at tho last meeting of tho council at St. Joseph, Mo. calling upon President Wilson and the representatives of tho people of the United States at tho peace conference to present and urge the claims I Climb. Main 2008-- a Home City 209S A. of Ireland to the rights of 8t foH"HM"M-'I--It i fr4fr-tAt tho memorial mass for tho New York members who have "gono West" In serving their country, ? HOME PHONE 83 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071-- y j; celebrated this morning In St. PatRev. rick's, Cathedral, the Very Luko J. Evers had as deacon and respectively the Rev. George W. Foley, chaplain of tho Nebraska, md Rev. Lafayette chaplain of tho Headquarters Division of Camp Upton. Very Rev. DiI. H. Smith, O. P., Spiritual rector of tho Holy Namo Societies and K. of C. chaplain in the preached tho American camps, sermon. al WHITE SALE f White Goods Suits Coats I WAISTS Men's Shirts V and-'ouc- hro Con-nersvll- le, Wool ogianeett WWVHWtlM BOTH PHOTOS. f H and Cotton Mixed Blankets! ltoWM"lWtVH DOUGHERTY & McRLIQlT Funeral Directors and Embalmers! L IliniltfH VVVMrVtWVVVWtVVVWVVWV FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. sub-deac- J. J. BARRETT'S SONS S225 23a.erf; iMIoJja. Yar-woo- d, 71 URGES DECENT DRESS. street. fvAWWrWVVVWVWWWtW AL S.JSMITH, PRORft If K. . . West Main Street Garage ss York-tow- n. York-tow- n, Phone Gity 5980. BYRNE & SPEED COAL CO. 0C 04444t4&2 COAL At 120 West Main St. Asserting that designers of women's evening gowns "have led fashion to 'tlextreme,,Hmlt.:f Is h"aviBg.a "most demoralizing influence upon tho youth of the country," tho New York City Federation of Women's Clubs adopted a resolution calling on women "to dress modestly" and on designers and shopkeepers "to control indecency in. dress." A committee was appointed to prosecute tho war on scanty evening gowns. Perhaps tho most effective way to wage war on tho Immodest evening gown would be for hostesses of representative social circles to bar I SOUTHEAST from their functions the wearers of such gowns. Tho New York club for women are to be commended this attempt at dress reform. Lot City 2360. others follow their good example. i GRAN W. SMITH'S SON Funeral Director and Embalmed ZANE STS. Main 2560-- T. BOTH PHONES 810. CORNER SIXTH.AND ST. CHARLES' STATIONS. - al Aux-.be- rs cross of St. Charles Borromco church tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock and will deliver tho sermon. Vespers and benediction will also bo held at that hour. The new stations are the gift of Col. James P. Whallen, a member St. of Charles congregation, and they aro considered ft work of art. Incidentally the generous gift comes as a birthday gift to Rov. Father C. P. Raffo, the beloved pastor of St. Charles church, who celebrates bis birthday today with that of tho Father of Our Country George Washington. IiAST POPULAR LOAN. be floated Right Rev. Bishop O'Donoghuo will bless tho new stations of tho Funeral Director and Embalmer 717-71- 0 E. CHESTNUT LOUISVILLE, EX. THOMAS KEENAN 1529 WEST MARKET STREET FIRST GUARANTEED STOCK. KENTUCKY OIL STOCKS ass-are- The fifth Liberty loan, which will in April, will be called the victory loan. This will be the last of the great series of loans growing out of the world war. Tho amount has not yet been announced. Neither has tho interest rato nor tho exact date. While tho Government will probably require still more money, even after the fifth, it Is announced that this will bo the last to bo raised by popular subscription. Tho four loans from the American people, by the American people and for tho American people, brought final victory. INCOME TAX RETURNS. CHAS. H. BODEN FUNERAL 961 S. SECOND ST. DIRECTOR LOUISVILLE, KY. THI PHIL. HOLLKNBAOH OO HOLLEKBAOH'S WDffl HOUSE INCOWORATMD Karl A. Hollenbael, Prop. Importer and Dealer In Distillers Of WINES AND LIQUORS OLB FORTTJNA gOTJR MASH "HOLLKNBAOH" PTJKE BY 144 South Third Street Lomlvrllle, Xy. Home Phone 1191 89S W. Maia St. s KENTUCKY OIL BROKERAGE INTEB-SOTITSCEK- N COAL CO. or March 1. Thero will be no general extension of lime beyond March 15 for tho filing of returns for tho payment of Income and excess profits taxes duo on that date, is the decision of Daniel C. Roper, Commissioner of Internal Revenue. Tho announcement was made this week by Acting Collector J. Rogers Gore immediately following tho approval by the Senate and House of the report of tho conforees on the new revenuo bill. The forms for tho tax returns aro being printed and all forms will be In the hands of Collectors between February 15 and AIUST HAVE COIN. BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNA QUALITY - ERiVIOK) WHISKY IT !S ALWAYS PURE. -- stay-at-hom- e. PER TON. i;u. tt I England charged Uncle Sam $50 per Boldler for overy American fightlrig man we sent to Europe in her ships. ' Altruism is all right for America, all right for the Amerl-casoldier, but John Bull must have .the cola for his service to humanity and democracy. n i fi McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, .... ... KyT! -