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PHONE- - HOME Oft MAIN Bvtry Driver n Itscort l!srtH Cwrlaje Incorporated I Taxkab Ci. VOLUME XLIL-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAWfARCH PRICE FIVE CENTS. to see who will bo. tho victor, then . a league of nations would be criminal; but "With truth, justice and i tho light of God revealing Itself to this sad old world of ours, if his t commandments and his laws obtain, and if we, cultivating tho liberty that belongs to the children of God, Friends of Irish Freedom Hold place our trust In Him, then God is roscntatlvo Convention at still in his heaven and all is well Philadelphia. on the earth. SCORED 1JY DELKER. A very unpleasant situation has Cimllnnl Gibbons Presents Resolubeen created In Owensboro by the "" tions Appealing to Peace action of the Y. M. C. A. In having appropriated to its use ? 10,000 of Congress. tho United War Work Campaign fund, and this in violation of an agreement that the amount was to be but $3,000. This was done over Right of the Irish to Justice and the protest of Chairman F. H. Liberty Emphasised by . Delkor, who says in a public statement: All Speakers. "I want the public to know that at a meeting of tho Executive Board of the United War Work Campaign, hold at tho Y. M. C. A. on- January 23, 1919, I voted against a resolu- DEMAND PRESIDENT'S SUITOR!1. tion that passed by a majority of that board, which resolution In effect means that the Executive Board approves tho local Y. M. C. A. reLast Saturday In Philadelphia asceiving pro rata up to $10,000 out sembled the greatest and most Inof the United War Work Campaign fluential gathering of representafunds ($7,000 to pay a debt on' tho tives and friends of freedom for local Y. M. C,. A. and $3,000 for Ireland In the history America, current expenses of the local Y. M. tho delegates ' coming of from all C. A.). I feel that I would not bo classes and nearly every Stato in honest with the public If I failed to the Union. Justice Daniel F. Coha-lamake this statement, after particiSupreme of the Now pating in the campaign to raise tho Court, who presided,York opening the In directing of convention said: funds and having the solicitors under my charge. I fully "Unless the doctrine of understood myself, and told the bo applied to Ireland solicitors and all others that I had there can be no just and permanent the opportunity of telling that the peace coming out of the work ot Y. M. C. A. for local needs was only Conference. When our going to partake up to $3',000 and the Peace great President laid down the fournot over that amount In any event. teen points upon which peace was and I was Informed beroro the cam- to bo made, a just, durablo perpaign began by the highest official manent peace, he placed noand restriclocal Y. M. C. A. that thoy tions upon tho application of thos? in the would participate In the fund up to doctrines. He said that $3,000 and not over that amount." was to bo given caused peoples without condition, or to all This surnrlslnc action has qualiexpress tho opinion that fication. If the war just ending was many to noys fought It was fortunate for our soldier only for the- - purpose of that the Owensboro Y. M. C. A. was breaking down one form of militarnot operating in France. Chairman ism in order to establish more percitizen manently another form of militarDolker is a representative and his action meets with public ism, the war will not havo brought approval. about the end for which tho people fought and bled and sacrificed, and STATIONS BLESSED. war and a continuance of war in and permanent peace s rhnrlon nnrnmeo church was stead of peace necessary outcome of tnvA1 tn Ua onnnpltv Sunday ill ell t will be tho the settlement which falls to apply with people anxious to witness the the doctrine of to ceremuuy ueautltui anu impressive those who seek now stations. allTho right of the fo bo free." of tho blessing of the to liberty by the Right was emphasized by Irish Very Rev. Thoy were blessed tho also Rev Bishop O'Donaghue, who otNewrYorkK preached" a fSrceful and' Illuminating Francis President' of tho Friends of Irish sermon. The sanctuary was filled Freedom. by visiting priests and tho ceremonDr. Magennls, who Is Assistant ies wore concluded by benediction General of the Carmelite Order, P. Rev. Charles by tho pastor, said: "Tho work before tho con Raffo. Tho stations, which are very vention of tho Irish , race Is of suhandsome, are a memorial gift preme importance. Every day, ..evfrom Col. James P. Whallen In ery hour, nay, every moment, must memory of his brother, the late Col. be offered up on the altar or that John Whallen. They are bas re- country's freedom. Outside Ireland lief, 4xG feet, except the doublo Itself tho solution of tho problem station, which is eight feet wide. that Is so near to our hearts lies Their frames aro of regallco, a com- In America." position used for that purpose. The Delegates representing the friends hanging Is unique In this city, as of Irish freedom, Ancient Order of two of every other frame contains and other Hibernians, the stations, making only five on organizations that desire to fre4, each sldo of tho church. The color- Ireland from British Influence ating Is principally cream and gold, tended the convention, which ended though delicate shades ot othor Sunday. Cardinal Gibbons, United tones blend exquisitely. They are States Senator Borah, of Idaho; a distinct ornament to tho church, Snnator-eleWalsh, of Massachusas well as a silent reminder of the etts; Gov. Sproul, of Pennsylvania, painful journey to Calvary. and church dignitaries from many sections of the country were on the DAY. ST. PATRICK'S programme for addresses. CarA resolution presented by O'Connor, pas- Rev. Father John urging the Peace Gibbons Mnmo flhlirch. Will b dinal fni. nf Hnlv vn onnnlrov nf thn nvpnlmr at the Congress to apply to Ireland the doctrlno of national St. Patrick's day celebration held i and a declaration of principles under the auspices of the Ancient domandlng that if any league of Order of Hibernians. Father O'Con- nations be created all feature nor's stirring articles In tho dally i which may Infringe on the tradipress on the Irish question have tional American policy. Including attracted wide attention unu muuj tho Monroe Doctrine, shall be elimfavorable notices, and an address inated, were adopted unanimously by him on tho subject of Ireland's at tho closing session of the confuture is sure to bo a treat. The vention of the Irish Tace in Amercelebration, In addition to Father' ica. The declaration says a stato of O'Connor's address, will consist ofj war exists between England and a programme of Irish music and- Ireland "which, In tho interests of on muu- tho peace of the world, the Peace song. It win tase piace day evening, March 17, in uerirana Conference can not Ignore." Hall, Sixth street, near Oak. The by the Tho aro prelato enthusiasm aroused numerous Committee of Arrangements continued as John II. Hennessy, Thomas Walsh, speakers seconded tho resolutions. T. D. O'Leary, Mark Ryan, James Among those who spoke In support J. McTlghe, John M. Riley and John of Ireland's freedom were the Rev n, Clan-Na-Gael ct REPUBLICANS ' And Fixed Prlmarj' and Convention Being Assailed On All Sides. Pay as You Enter Method at City Hospital Arouses Wide- spread Indignation. ' Reform Criticise- - Administration or Handicap Racing Giiinr. Will Not SIIAKK-U- I' IN KKYSTONERS. dictate the nominations for every Stato office broadsides of criticism have been coming from the press and public. Two or three months ago you could hear enthusiastic Republicans predicting that Howdy Ed Morrow would run all over anyone the Democrats could select for Governor, but since the plan of Boss Hert was made public many of these boosters have begun to back up on their predictions and they say privately that it Is a mistake to d select a ticket in a d convention and expect tho Republican voters or the public in general to take to it. Just as Attorney W. W. Davies said last year In an address that the public would not go across tho street to see a fixed horse race or sporting event; neither would they Interest themselves in a fixed political primary or machine-mad- e ticket. This applies in all its force to the Republican prospects In Kentucky and tho ticket of the Democratic party selected by the people will sweep the State next November. Labor and fraternal organizations are busy adopting resolutions denouncing the fee system just inaugurated at the City Hospital under the Republican reform tratlon. and citizens on all sides are blttot1yi condemning the unhprocedure. Every patient eard-of Is requested to pay $1.83 a day, which Is higher than the ward, rate df No'rtoh Infirmary,' "St. Joseph's Infirmary and others of our institutions, and you can not avoid payment of that fee at our hospital unless you testify that you are a pauper. How many of Loulsvllle'3 poor or in moderate circumstances will humiliate "themselves or family by pleading for a pauper's treatment? And this hospital was built by the citizens of Louisville at the. cost of a million dollars for tho poor and needy of Louisville, nor was it stipulated in tho bond issuo carried by the voters that a feo of $1.83 or one cent should bo exacted from tho patients. The City Hospital is maintained from a tax rato of approximately ten centB on every hundred dollars worth of taxable property, which this year yields nearly If not $300,000. Yet patients are to bo gouged to add to this enormous fund. Dr. Tuley, tho Superintendent under the reform In administration, is. sojourning Florida for a month and the hospital Is under the management of the Assistant Superintendent, who until recently was a Deputy Sheriff. What a beautiful thing reform is? papers Wednesday afternoon's gave the public a shock for fa. minute when tho headlines were read. They told of a big ahakeup in the police force, and one tlfbught for a mluute that that meant wo were going to get rid of the present Keystone performers and get real Disappolicemen in their places. pointment came after reading further though. It was only a shifting of the "yap" motormen and conductors from one district to another, and the shift didn't worry tho many holdup men and burglars now sojourning in our midst, as they kept right on sandbagging people and burglarizing the homes. Furthermore, not wishing to conflict curfew law, with the 1 o'clock which wa3 passed to lighten tho work of our comedy police, tho highwayman performed some in the daylight, a lady being robbed during noon hour at Library Place, the samo as if the latter was a country road. Of course the bold bad wasn't caught, as ne left no tract, there being no snow on the ground, this handicapping the and conductors, These columns tipped off Capt. Smyser'a finish four weeks ago, it being said that he was too closo to Sheriff Ross, and tho City Hall has declared war on the Sheriff and all his friends to splko his chance for the Republican nomination for Mayor. Here goes another tip and you can bet tho kitchen furniture on it, as Bert Collyer says: Last August near Uayor Smith said all kinds of unkind things about the racing gamo here and in an Interview with his pet organ, the Louisville Herald, said: "Racing brought its train of gamblers, Dago Gentiles, Mississippi Bills andlcarlet women.' On Sunday, Septembor 22, the Herald told gleefully how the Board of Works was tearing up the Fourth avenue streets south of Oak to heckle the race patrons in going on street cars, and furthermore intimated that all would be searched for draft cards. In addition irate patriot, the Herald aaid, were tearing dawn, the race advertisement, etc. None of The this will happen this year. Board of Works will not tear up the. streets, irate citizens won't tear down racing cards. And the tip is given here that Mayor Smith will not aay a word about Mississippi a Bill, Dago aentue, etc. 'mere reason, aa to adverUMra. ma. . W hand-pickehand-pickepurso-snatcher of the State Republican machine's plan to Since the announcement A. T. 'Hert, the National Republican Committeeman from Kentucky and tho big boss in Louisville Republican politics, has become one of the race purchasers of Kentucky's tracks. Tho present administration does not believe In reform If its friends are affected. It's up to tho Board of Works In Stirring Address at Knights of Columbus WaJsMiifWa't Birthday Celebration Eulo to come across with another alibi gizes the Life and Principles of he Finker ef Our Country and streot vacuum for its $50,000 cleaner. Monday night tho cleaner Pleads For Loyalty "id theOfbnstitution. fell from grace again and was a victim of Its bad habits in picking up a lighted cigarette or cigar butt, which has earned It the tltlo of the "hobo street cleaner." After shootThe Kentucky Irish American joy Is different in Its' cot its principle, fighting tho 'King gening the butt, and despite tho watch- frlvna irmMi nt 1t eannrn IMa wnalr evolution, and in, Its ,suH l!lF)K3 erally In defense of the rights of ful eyes of the army of valets and IJiM or- - his people'. And so, with such misattendants, the machine caught on 'to the able and patriotic address of i rum uiu uruuiUTy luejt J. Glennon, (Unary acceptance of llberi fUjtEHr-- takes before us, wo Catholics real- fire, this being the fourth offense. tho Most Rev. John Tho flro department was called to 'Archbishop of St. Louis, and com- - ope. Our liberty did tlrs Izo how blessed our position Is nor here In America, where there 1s no save it, and one of the firemen re- mends It to the careful perusal oi from tho erection of ban the State church, and no domination marked it would not bo a bad idea its readers. After humorous refer from the guillotine, not! aens. over tho church because there Is no to attach a fire apparatus to the ence to the tenacity of Col. P. H. slaughter of our fellow 'j Callahan and his telegrams, the dis- Our liberty was not it bv State "church. And we thank nmi hobo cleaner, as It would savo time it for that wo are today In America as naked women mad with tt and trouble and maybe savo tho pet tinguished prelato said: I do not believe that our nation blood and worshiping l cleaner of Davy Rose and the board. JNfcldes' Catholics the freest Catholics In all I do of Reason. 1 Many strangers seeing the array of ought to be reconstructed. tins jice wiue world ot ours today, ,f 1b just the work trough For, iniark you well, there Is no Our liberty announced! cleaners and the noisy machine not believe thoKt.irt ,inil nifi nrnnpp work to lnnrn the immortal document i j of established church here, and while a concluded coming along have and more convinced of It after hear - ' this evening, the Declarat In - J the Catholic church should not be parade was being staged, and Ing fltilf nnrl lavwu Tint wnnt w lm JLM3 rr 1no avw nua.iv ts Ul a nice point or vantage to see by the eloquent classic pronounced dependence, asserted by 4 U, He has with all tho the arms, wj the the established churches, there Is the sight. After it passes they are told Governor is McDermott. you he against the work of lorce, wiin an mo ag icss on the other hand, on the part of mystified as they then realize It lias itflon, this Government, such a delicacy its for wasn't a parade, but can not real- reconstruction, and aho very hinted necessary .. ..I. ri would be i. serious itiUMUiiru uui ..! not and such a conscientious, If I may ize that it is supposed to bo clean- that It to start to reconstruct this stained with mil imblc our use tho word, attitude covernlnir the ing our streets. The only thing be- matter nation, that it is much better for brothers, not stained wl feyblood freedom of worship that we Cath ing cleaned is the pockets of the us to hold to what wo have than except those who wou taxpayers. olics know that we can follow the fly the Ilia we know and doqtrlnes Wonder whether it was Chief Itowould tohave no objection to not of. Btroy it In our midst fjk "" Kf on. worship church without and principles having fore us as a beau or tho wsl tho slightest Petty or the Board of Safety which some of these railroads reconstructguided by sane, strosfl non. Interference from the Government. passed out the instructions for th. ed, but that Is quite another and wun ueorge wasnu ifng. The Holy Father, the center of Police Bulletin to discontinue pub- much more unimportant subject than hal unity, the Holy See, the White lishing details of the numerous rob- lo reconstruct America or the Ameri rising as a beautlfa ed In Shepherd, has the right and duty to lowed all around anit beries and holdups. In Democratic can nation. speak to all his children. Ho times the bulletin In telling of a I do not believe we ought to give-u- tho majesty of law.wMtff M to American and sDeaks Catholics robbery or holdup told who was George Washington. I do not 'It is liberty robbed and where It occurred, etc. think our respect, our veneration, protected Dy just utvw,r? Quakes .through the press, through his No iters, through his encyclicals. While pa Now tho (bulletin camouflages, just devotion to him, to American liberty eteierge, 'all through the history of Europe saying, for Instance, that Lieut. admiration and and tho Government sooner did this Ills principles, Hiram Corntossel reports an auto- he gave us and .fesuiu - you win unu eviuenco oi impeiii- country he no sooner was our mobile was stolon In tho Sixth dis- founded should bethe aside. 1 be- llshed on the field M fjy iiio.ments piacea, not oniy uetween tne set trict, and no more. This keeps the lieve on this night, celebrating the victories of our despHljl poriy- - iioiy see and tno uatnonc peopio or newspapers from Interviewing or anniversary of his natal day, that equipped troops wno;i prlya- - tho varied lands, never once in the giving the facts to tho public, but It we ought to rededicato ourselves to tions tnrougn winsi ,f than history of America has there been of the near tho father of oui country and the there arose around jnest, the slightest Impediment or ob- belles the statement ,t con- - siacie nut in uie way oi our woiv Mayor and the Chief of tho nation he founded and brought into most ctlve. Pnthnr rnmnmntonHnp' wlHi h!s that nothing would bo kept being and to tho principles ho has, structlve of rightf jSilQCu - ' spiritual children throughout the from tho public. Smith "stalled" a f.et for our government, sufficient, of wrong, the moat little by. saying that reports of ar- I think, amply fluflloient for us ment for us and tor" that length and breadth of America. ISDel And so. niv dear friends, this rests would be given out, which, will while this nation of ours shall last. has been written hall- - couptry of ours, standing for civil be vefV little as arrests of burglars fo shall last this nation that tho of our belpvett. In and religious liberty, protecting us or robbers are few and far between. father oi our country has given us. tutlon of the WMtejTr X nntl hnlnnr.inir hni.wppn S as many a3 In fact not mir rollirloiiR What Is it that he has given us that constitution the Tights 'rights and our duties, protecting tho arrest of kids for the awful that wo should preserve? Well, it 6ay, a balaaelBf'beten fcrr" and. both crime of calling the police bv laws founded on Justice. would be quite Impossible for mo to . put a definition around all that ho tho Inn-- thfel Mldhld Observed such a nation that has tested these .protect laws and carried them out so fann The other day a negro woman has saven uj. our country. Its work. that these riM ftifbtted, awfully during all these years, and has was killed at Hancock and Breckin- Its ways, Us thoughts. Its laws. ridge and It is told that a police- This would take too long to recite. balancing .beiVeei. the. tlve'icached that measure of power to ot fdav . in all the world, need not . have man who arrived on the' scene early There Is what you may call an executlVeJi3WleJfi . .. j AmU us. roriHTfu, government. reconsiruci- was Informed which way tho mur- ethical synonym for a nation. To the dopartiWLWBil ,e .ho hnuftikMtommm .we. were. Our bravo guard lau mention a nation tod.aKfc.end.JmuH derer, went. &rthe"peaco said' he tlidn't have To dlately a dominant Idea arises in tho thn nnn hnnii and' asserting mw on uf lately; it is but of yesterday. so governed bur peo- after our long Isolation, whether chase htm as his duty was to watch mind expressing somehow the tho other, has the corpso until the Coroner came. genius and tho purposes and the ple that we know what our liberties It he for better or worse, wo have How's that for judgment. Two of Ideals of tho nation. Mention Ger- are, and wo thank God that they officially entered the family of natho Kcystoners later flagged a sus- many at least the Germany that are with us today under that In tions. And but a fow months have picious looking negro for the mur was and probably tho Ideal which strument given us for our and their passed since that official entrance, derer and Inquired why he had arises in your mind is one of mili- protection. and we who are the youngest in blood stains on his clothes. The tary power. Now on these three departments this group 'of nations, wo who are That signifies what negro said: "Gwan away from here, the German nation stood for. You created by our Government we stand the youngest in entrance, are today white man, that's paint." And ho mention England. Well, possibly while proclaimin5 our liberties as roally looked upon as at tho head Among the the comerclal idea, that of com the ono nation in all the world that of tho procession. got away with It. Tho nations of promotions the other day was mat mercial domination to rule tho can compel every act oi the legis- the earth look to us, the youngest, Ser- Seven Seas and to bo the carrying lature, every law passed by ovon as tho dominant of Patrolman Chrlstman to nation of the Officer power of all the nations that geant. summer Last municipality here, even unto world today. And dominant not Chrlstman swore out a warrant for duco Mention tho laws passed by the Congress of because of our men, of our ships of the commerce. breach of the peace against Joseph- France. Well, probably tho Idea of thn nation, every act of tho supreme the line; not because of our military colored pleasure, tho art of living, making executive wo alone of all tho na power, not because of our comine Mosby, a lady who threatened to clean up living an art and taking as much tions of tho world have tne power merce. No, not because of these with him. Now this brings up tne pleasure as they can, out of life to bring every ono of these laws, very principles that wo are disJosephine would be the dominant notion of ev.ory ono of these acts under the cussing together; that we know Supposing question. goes on the war path m tne new Franco. Italy. Well, the first review of tho Supreme Court of the what liberty means; that we havo Sergeant's district and the victims thought that arises to our minds United States making the law su tho giving of them to any nation what would probably be art her cities, premo. call on him for protection, that has tho desire to ask for them. will happen, as he testified in court her palaces, her temples, her villas, Not only have we civil liberty And the peoples of the earth today that ho was afraid of the big col her history. hero, but we have religious liberty, are clamoring at tne footstool oi ored lady? Government, saying, Now comes America, the America That constitution says thcro shall , this nation's of George Washington, our beloved hft nn established religion In our "Give us liberty, or wo shall die, 1ROTHERS OVERSEAS. land. Travel where you will and inMnt. Rut on the othor hand, America, save us, or wo shall perperson who every one, the humblest, the low- ish." And far off Armenia, all that d ask a James J. Savage, of 940 East has some knowledge of other na- est, has a perfect right to the full- Is loft of her, is crying to us today efferson street, has Just received tions than his own- - and they are est measuro of religious liberty and for bread. "American men and a letter from his son, Private John not very many outside of Amelrca: freedom of conscience. Now .with women, help us to lift up those who with tho go through tho European cities, ask some of the older religious bodies, are dying." Belgium tuanKs us Savage, who is stationed Army of Occupation in Polch, Getv them what they think about Amer- with the Catholic church, for in that wo havo gono there to help many. He writes as follows: ica, what it stands for, and probably stance, there is an Ideal wiucn her como back again to live and for "We are still In Germany ana the first thought to tho majority of too, when tho whole world liberty and hope. France asks us to tho Lord only knows how long wo the people you meet over there was Catholic, or when a nation Is reconstruct hor cltle3 and her forwill be here. We are lots better would bo, "America! Oh, I will tell Catholic today, if you will, it is ests. Germany and Austria como front you, America stands for liberty," philosophically off than we were at the and theologically to us and say, "Teach us what Uiough. having a good place to and sometimes they will mention correct, called tne uuioa oi uuivu democracy means or otherwise we, work to- too, shall perish wholly from tno sleep and also get our three square the word and they will say, "Well" and State. They shall meals a day. When wo were on (like tho child to her dolly) "thoy gether, but there shall bo aud Is earth." The nations today aro surtho front we slept in dugouts most have liberty over there at leaBt only an understanding and agree-- ' rounding us and begging us for the of the time and in rainy weather they think thoy nave!" ment between tho two, a. concordlat. good things that are ours and and which wo were out of luck as far as 3leep the Washington, Georgo But that idea of liberty has had bringing tho two together But that just made a very changing career over in working side, by side. The State father of our country, gave us. was concerned. wo Europe. Their attempts at liberty officially acknowledging the. Church us fight all the harder, because Mr. Wilson, our venerated Presiwere fighting against tho guy that have Invariably resulted in anarchy, and the Church officially acknowl- dent, our first citizen, has gono was to blame for the whole thing people so the conservative over edging the State, supports it. over there. Gono over there on a Kaiser Bill." there, when you mention liberty, This ideal obtained in the long mission which some aro criticizing, Private Savage is with the Eigh- would say, "Oh, liberty, anarchy, ago Is impossible here and can not which some doubt tho propriety or, teenth Field Artillery and has a revolution! No," they say, "that is prevail for various reasons. First, tho opportuneness of Well, ladles brother. William Savage, who is lo not worth while." They are think- we are not a Catholic country. If and gentlemen, If Mr. Wilson has peod cated at St. Anzero, Prance, with a ing over there, thoro was an established religion it gone to Europe to propound tho Tho ple who stand for tho welfare of would be some form of .rrotestant-is- doctrlnps that we aro speaking of, sanitary squad detachment. Savage boys are grandsons of Mrs. humanity, that liberty is bound up as was a tfact hefdre the Union: if ho haB gono over thero as tho Mary Savage, of West Chestnut with tho French Revolution, with many of the States had eUbliahd avatar and tho upholder of justice Pennsylvania", street, and nephews or Attorney tho Commune, with tho Reign of religions, and law, the standard bearer of tho Virginia and soma of the rights of tho nations and the liberPat Savage". Terror, with Robespierre and Marat notwithstanding the ties of humanity, then I say that I running others. And and Danton, with streets SACRED HEART RETREAT. with blood, wild and atheistical un- fmf hnt the ideal for a Catholic am with him heart and bouI. I do restrained notions of liberty. So nation might be union of,1 Church, not think American light or liberty Tuesday was tho Feast of the they say, "We want no liberty; you and State, yet such a saten is im- should bo hid under an American Passion, one of thq great feasts of may claim it If you will, but it Is possible here, and would alao be bushel. I believe its liberty as in order, and was scarcely worth while!" Even the undesirablo, because from what we the New York harbor should entho Passlonist marked by special religious observ- church was very dubious concerning know of Catholic hietory this lighten tho world. And we need ance at the Sacred Heart 'Retreat, tho principles of liberty because it union of Church and State not be ashamed of our liberties, our tho solemn high mass being cele- was regarded as bordering on an- has generally degenerated into a Government, our laws, or our brated in St. Agnes chapel, It is archy. Freedom, liberty, meant li- condition where instead e a free rights. Neither should we bo on this day tho annual retreat for cense, anarchy, death. Hence lib- Church in a free filiate. TeoAtku to- ashamed to send our chief citizen as tho members of this order begins, erty or liberalism, partly because gether, it has been an c nipoteat an Ambassador to proclaim these a things to the nations of the earth. This of those who preached It, partly State with a State Ohnre t a which closes next Tuesday, he exretreat this year will be given by because of the results generally suc- department thereof, mien Yes. our place, our mission In the Father Lcandor Berliner, C. P ceeding anarchy and bloodshed, isted In Russia until a fewr aye 'ao, world, as they said of ancient Ireapfrom Cincinnati. terrorism liberalism was regarded where the State dlctatea land, should be a nation "of majesty and awe and Impartial truth as a dangerous thing, and yet, what pointment of BlBhopa FRIENDS GRIEVED. be the prejudices of the people in premo to decide pointa itt doetrine that must prevail to lay on all tho EuroDo that were? What bo tho aa It Is in England today, eternal law." A mission worthy of Many friends and neighbors were prejudices even of the Catholics of Now such a condition, w lion naa a nation! To lay on all the eternal Btatea law. grieved to learn the first of tho Europe that were? Yet we Ameri- been struggled for by To place the spirit of law week that Mrs. Matthew Corcoran cans, Catholics, Protestants and t.r 4ii a mist in relation Ito the which la from God before the naand two children were 111 at their Jews, are united In saying, ''Thank Catholic church, ia absolutely ab tions of the earth, and to make not are alone for the United States, but home, 731 South Twenty-fourt- h God for our liberty; thank God who horrent, because wnetner efrcwt. Thft Htle ones were stricken is the Author of our liberty, and united officially with the Stale or for" all the nations of the earth, that with influenza, but as the attack right gladly do we sing, not the Catholio church must pre- first commandment that they shall was not severe it is hoped their "Long may our iana ue ongut wun serve lte Integrity of doetrte and trust in God and that in the fatherIllness will be of short duration. Freedom's holy light; its free position; the free totttlon hood of God shall rlae the brotherProteet us In our right, Great God it vma in njuwrt--t IUeW on all moral hood of man and the sisterhood of "GIRLS OF 177H." quettiona in that nation, whether nations. And about that family of our King!" The pupils of Holy Roaary AcadYes, we stand nations, if there be the spirit of for liberty, for t meases the .King or hi. (if .American liberty, emy wilt .produce, the "Girls Why do I aay, ihA mliBlon of the Oatholi . eaurch law and of God, we need not fear 1776" at the academy audltoiluni and I say advisedly, American 11- through all the ages, aa rou wiu any league of nations, but if God's . next Monday and Tuesday evenings, rtv? Not Vwpaniw liberty in its ' MMrilp Aces, that 1MMB 1BI CDBat- justice and God'u law be taken and those who have witnessed the definition ia bounded by the word tion prevailed ot. tbe WllO of away, if it be merely the expression rehearsals aay that an enjoyable "America." or "American." bat be- - Church and 0tat tfeft MM.NUI ot the individual greed of the indl- treat is In store fo: tne ai oere , arc ine una iiperor pun al nations, if it means to aym- . my TlekeU of admiauqi oi aagnaft w we oamse ARCHBISHOP iLENNON PLEA fOR ERIN Re- - as-- , I I -- ' se-cu- ro - 1 r a ix ., I ?J m t: . ( llmltey4spi let-&- b; I Koy-stone- rs well-balance- d: I alairt one-ten- th Key-stoner- s. - .. ...p.,-- -- . :stand-wher- o 200-pou- serious-minde- J. Barry. LOSS TO CITY. right-minde- m Maeea-chusett- s, -- The many friends and acquaintances ot Cornelius J. Murphy were greatly shocked to learn of his untimely death of pneumonia on Tuesday after an illness of a few days. Ho leaves a wife, who was Miss a Julia Davorn, of Louisville, and He little boy, seven years of age. was a devour member of St. Louis The qualities Bertrand's church. which endeared him to everyone were his attractive personality and universal kindliness. Hl3 modesty, simplicity of manner and genial disposition drew everyone to him, and Jils loss will be greatly felt, not only by his devoted family and his business associates, who held him in tho highest esteem, but by all who knew him. SISTER'S SILVER JUBILEE. morning at tho Last Saturday Sisters of Mercy Convent on EaBt Broadway the silver jublleo ot Sister 'Elizabeth, ot that order, was aapplly and religiously ceolbrated. The Rev, Edward CSulllvan, C. P., from tho Sacred Heart Retreat, was the celebrant of the mass, and 'the Rev. Xavlor Sutton, O, P., preached Sister Elizabeth's the sermon. friends have been congratulating her all the week, nur w I mi b- - , DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. The Daughters of Isabella will dom. hold their next initiation on SunWIDOWS. day afternoon, March 2. at 2 o'clock at the Knights of Columbus Hall, The Daughters are securing many in mo umtou euuen widowers by three analinatlons for this date, when ev Iwioowa ery membet ia urged fta te vreteut UUI, Norman Thomas, a Presbyterian minister of New York; Archbishop Jlessmer, Milwaukee: Rabbi Joseph Krauskopf, Philadelphia; James G. Miter, Protestant Episcopal clergyman, of Norfolk; Mrs. Mary head of tho Ladles' Auxiliary of the Ancient Order .of Hibernians; Henry Goddard Lcaclu New York; Thomas J. Mathows, Providence, R. I., National Secretary of tho A. O. H., and Frank P Walsh, of Kansas 'City. The convention roso to its feet and cheered several minutes when Rabbi Krauskopf said .that President Wilson's declaration that small nations shall havo tho right of "will not die down, and not even President Wilson himself can recall It." .. .. With the adoption of the Car dinal's resolution, Michael J. Ryan, PhlladolDhla. read the declaration ot principles which ho said had been drawn up by a committee representing every section of tho United States. In support of tho movement to bring freedom to Ireland, the convention pledged itself to raise within six months $1,000,000, but be fore Justice Daniel F. conaian, ot the New York Supreme Court, Chairman of the convention, completed tho calling of a list of States and cities more than $1,250,000 had been pledged to the cause. The Very Rev. Peter E. Magennls, New York, waa elected President of the Friends of Irleh Free- - H-- ' to jaroiw'rijosrv' March 3 Euchre and lotto party in St. William's Hall, Thirteenth and Oak, evening" only. ' PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. March 3 Euchro and lotto for the Sochi and Mottl AdVtncanent of Irish Americans end Catholics n.wted to St. Columba'a church, afternoon and Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's evening, in St Columba's Hall. Institute and Catholic Knights of America. 1 "Girls of 177C" by March of Holy Rosary Academy at Publishers pupils o'clock, both evenings. AMERICAN PRINTING CO., IncorpwUci. KENTUCKY IRISH 8:15 3-- xbucsjes: ambricak- INCORPORATED KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. COMING EVENTS. MAJESTIC OIL COMPANY OF AMERICA BRINGS IN SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c Entered at the Loulivllle Poitofllee ai Second-Clais Matter. 319-321 iiitut r !l Communications to tha KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, Wait flr.en St ! . SOCIETY. I 1 Jeffer-sonvill- e, Well No. 8, Ross Creek 3L ' ESTIMATED AT Miss Anna McDermott, York. Isvlsltlng relatives in Now ,. LOUISVILLE, KY.. t SATURDAY, MARCH hlbltion reformers force Miss Anna McDermott j is' in New 1, 1919 York to spend several weeks with a ' of Nos. 9, 10 and 11 are drilling and expected 50 BARRELS in during the next few day Something to wait for Next Tuesday is the day. Tuesday, March 4th. A ONE DAY SALE OF MEN'S HATS AT ONE DOLLAR. An extraordi-narsale and wonderful opportunity for hat buying. Watch fori the complete details in Mon-daevening's Times and Post. Remember, Tuesday morning at Levy Bros., Market at Third. y y justice: Urging namo .of to Ireland. relatives. sub-sorvle- nt Ireland's claim In - the Justice, recognizing and Insisting on the truth set forth by the founders of our republic, that all Governments derive their just powers irum mu cuuseui ui we governed, and recalling that no other people have contributed more than those of Irish blood to the creation, the upbuilding, the development and the preservation and defense of our great country, the great Philadelphia Irish race con ventlon says in tho resolutions adopted: "We point out that England has tried in every way to coerce or to persuade or to cajole the people of Ireland to give up their devotion to their national aspirations and Lloyd tried them all in vain. George, within the last few months, has been compelled to assert that Ireland is at present as niuch opposed to British rule as In the days of Cromwell. compelled, less "England was than a century and a half ago, ta recognize the Independence of her colonies, and within the last year the efforts of our 'country saved England and her allies from total defeat at tho hands of tho Central Powers. Congress to enact a prohibition law. Not n single member of the Kentucky Legislature was elected on a prohibition platform, yet that body indorsed prohibition. In California the people defeated pro- nlbitlon,( yet the Legislature over rode the people's wishes by ratifyjng the prohllbtlon amendment. Just such methods as these create food for the Bolshoviki. - a business trip. been in Knoxville this past week on Attorney wniani M. Duffy has GREATER TODAY THAN WE WERE YESTERDAY. SMALLER TnAN WE'LL EVER RE AGAIN. Miss Annie Kennedy, of South Seventh street, is recovering from an attack of bronchitis. Is "WATCH US GROW" 8 Producing Wells 3 More Drilling 11 More Contracted For 3 Drilling Rigs Now Operating John Shippen, of Memphis, Tenn.. visiting his mother. Mrs. Ada , Shlppo-n- In CrcsecntHill. RKTURLIOANS EJIBARRASSKI). vllle. Miss Romllda Mahoney, after a pleasant vlsIWn Lexington, has returned to her home In Jefferson- - , "The lantt to which England was thus compelled to do justice has just saved England in her hour of need. Let England now realize that Justlco to 'Ireland, which sho has so long denied with grievou-loss to Ireland, but also with great loss to herself, will now remove hos- -' from her path tho bitterest tllity which she has to encounter all over the world, and will convince mankind In general of the sincerity of her declarations when she .says that she believes in liberty and justlco for others as well as for herself. "Upon the shoulders of our President and Congress rests in the last analysis the responsibility of the peace that shall be made. We urge them to act in accordance with the doctrines laid down on our behalf when we entered the war, and In accordance with the resolution recently adopted, almost unanimously by the Foreign Affairs of the House of Representatives, to the end that x autocracy and militarism may be forever destroyed, and that tho right of shall be given to all the peoples of tho earth." s Com-"'mltt-- V !"1 WANTS TO BE FREE. When the venerable Cardinal Gibbons entered the Irish convention at Philadelphia there was a. sceno of enthusiasm and reverence such as Presenting has never been seen. tho resolutions favoring freedoni for Ireland the Cardinal said: "I do not Intend to make any I trust that you1 formal speech. will regard my age and consequent Infirmity as a sufficient excuse, but I want to say to you that there is liberty in the air. The nations of the earth are clamoring for a just and righteous liberty, and if they are crying fot liberty, why should Ireland also join not liberty-lovin- g In this cry7 Yes, Ireland wants to be free. She wants to breathe tha air qJ pure liberty. She wants permission to carve out her own future destiny. She wants the right of developing her own resources. And we are here today to plead the cause of Ireland's sons and daughters, that they may stand orect, reregenerated and disendeemed, thralled on their own sacred soil." FERTILE FIELD. One of the local Keystone corned police Sergeants, who acquired 401S knowledge as a sleuth as a country car conductor, is soliciting subscribers horo for tho A P. A. organ from Menace, the Missouri. Hero's a tip for the Menace and Its Keystone agent. Why not give as a premium with each subscription the war record of the Junior Order and the other A. P. Aj organizations? It won't requiro"a very large publication. mud-gutter NOT VOICE OE PEOPLE. The Prohibitionists and paid reformers who are abusing those who methods question their entirely overlook the fact that not a single Legislature which ratified the Amendment was ever elected on that Issue and that the people have been deprived of a right to. vote on the question. Neither the Democratic or Republican party la ns- high-hand- ed Attorney J. J. Kavanagh, who has been ill with Influenza at his 'home apartments, Is rein the Owen-Hi- ll ported improving, news that will legion of Lent begins next Wednesday. relieve the anxiety of his friends. March 5, and Eastor Sunday ,come3 April 20. Mrs. 'John F. Oetken, who has been confined to her apartment in building LENT. the Welssinger-Oaulbewith a severe attack of rheumatism, The lienten season begins next Is now recovering rapidly and will Wednesday with special services in be out in a few days. all the Catholic churches, to be fol lowed by the usual weekly devotions Among the Louisville people regand evening services for the suc- istered in-- New York last week for ceeding forty days. The Lenten business and pleasure were Miss regulations promulgated for thi3 Annie McGill. T. Reilly, J. L. dloceso by tho Right Rev. Bishop Lynch, Frank R. Barton, R. W. O'Donaghue are practlcaly tho same Bingham. Miss Emma 'Bennett, C. as those of .last year and can read- M, Dorr, Miss Lucy Lemon and ily bo complied with. For Catholics Frank Buckner. was quietly solemnized Friday this is an important period. For evening, tho Roy. Father Walsh, of many this may bo their last Lent Mrs. Albert Leas gave a dinner Sacred Heart church, performing on earth, and hence there should dance last week at the Tyler Hotel. the ceremony. The contracting paruuessra. hvj ties are well known and to their not be one who has not sought the Covers were iaia ior grace of God. Compliance with the Mesdames Albert Leas, Herman many friends this announcement Holy Mother Waller, W. R. McNeal, David Wells, will be a welcomo surprise. requirements of Mr. Church will be rewarded with maul-fol- d Bernard McGinn, Mrs. L. Welllnger and Mrs. Heller arc now on their blessings. In the churches tho and August Kappan. wedding trip and after March 15 order of exercises will be anwill be at home at. 648 South The marriage of Miss L. Coss, of nounced at the masses tomorrow. street. Jeffersonvllle, to Edward, N, Gaupln, REUNION. of Louisville, whose engagement VERSEA PERSISTING MEETING. was announced last week, will be Augustine's St. eparated for nearly a year, dur- - solemnized at At a meeting of Division 4, A. O. Tho Rev. ug which time Doth wero serving church on March 3. In Bertrand country, John M. Tulley, vet- Michael Halpln will celebrate the H Monday evening present Irish their of the nuptial mass and perform the cere- Hall al phases discussed and the eran fire fighter and former Chief Question were of the Louisville park police, met mony. consensus of opinion was that if his son, John B. Tulley, in Lo justice by Irealnd was Miss Dorothy Hagan entertained Great Britainnot accorded would preHavre, France. Young Tulley en the Xuture Saturday afternoon listed In April, 1918, ana soon went with a 500 party sent a) hopeless outlook. Attorney to sea as a yeoman on the Tiger, at tho homo of her grandmother, Thomas Walsh. Mark Ryan. T. J. present engaged in transport duty. Shortly Mrs. M. J. Norton. Those Fay Langaa, Thomas .Lynch and Michael thereafter Chief Tulley became Iden- were Misses Carolyn Howard,Brach, O Keefe au made Interesting talks. tified with Knights of Columbus Howard, Luclle Huber, GEllse hardships Mr. O'Keefe told of work and went overseas. When tho Anna May Byrne, Elizabeth Klrby, of Irishmen during thetime young sailor met his father In Lo Angela Curran, Genevieve Curran, land, and said that bis hoped in Ire he Presi fur- Ruth Cassllly, Belle Barnes Flscer, Havre he obtained a four-da- y present Ireland's dent Wilson lough and the two celebrated their Lavlnia Kampfmueller, Lillian Rea - claims, at the would Conference. Peace gan, Olive Sales, Mary Bess Weisenreunion. bfg, Susie Reedy. ARCHBISHOP APPOINTED. S MOURN HER DEATH. Miss Josephine Godfrey and John Appointment of Bishop Patrick J. With sincere rearei Is chroniolCd S. Jones were quietly married in Hayes as of New the death of Mrs. 'Kate Barrettjftlx- - the rectory of St. Louis Bertrand's sueeedtng Arohbishop Cardinal York, John the late years old, 'who died Wejnes- - church Tuesday evening in the pres day at the family home. 1336 Mor ence of tne iammes ana rewurin M, Farley, was announced Wedneston avenue, after a lingering ill- of both the contracting parties. Kiss day at the arohepiscopal residence ness. She is survived by her hus- Godfrey is the daughter of Mrs. Lby Monsignor Dunn, Chancellor of band, Thomas Barrett, an employe Margaret Godfrey, of Floral Ter- fthe diocese. Archbishop e Hayes, a fifty-onyears of the Louisville & Nashville Com race, and has been Identified as a native 'of New York, Catholic old, has had a remarkable career is worker prominent pany; sue lauhters, Misses priesthood, whloh he entered Nellie, Dora, Annie and Flor- church circles, and the groom is a in the ttwenty-eore- n years ago. only In ence Barrett, and Mrs, Henry Goes; well known teaming contractor. his tmssent office he Is ad minis- two sons, George and Thomas Bar the world's largest diocese; Announcement is made uof tha trator rett, Jr. inner! services win be eommunity of 1, 86,000 ft marriage of ICisa Bessie M. Of aa !? V m rt Thirty-fourth ty-ni- ne Republican party leaders In the pracUnited States Senate have tically committed the party to opposition to the League of Nations, emwhile this attitude has been barrassed by the one living former Republican President standing before tho country, not only as the exponent of the treaty which President Wilson is bringing homo with him, but as the originator of th mea useir. as tne senate now stands there are not enough votea in that body to ratify a treaty which would Include tho League of Nations proposition .as enunciated in the rough draft which the President Is bringing home. But there is an element in the Senate which is wobbling and which is waiting to hear from the "folks at home." If tho treaty is ever ratified it will be because sentiment throughout tho country forced the hands of the upper body. In tho event of such a ratification, Washington believes, tho Republican party will bo in a still more embarrassed position because the initial opposition would have given President Wilson and his party the credit and prestige of having put over tho programme in spite of tho Republican opposition in the Senate. William Howard Taft will bo the logical candidate for tho Republi can nomination for the Presidency in the event of a ratification of the peace treaty, including the League of Nations provision as It now stands, by tho United States Senate. In the event of a failure of the President to put through his new internationalism, William H. Borah, of Idaho, will loom into the limelight with an ascendency which only his geographical location and on woman suffrage his attitude could dim. This is the opinion that prevails in Washington relative to the political values in the situation which has arisen over the storm o opposition and support for League of Nations idea. The Republican party is in an embarrassed position over the debate concerning tha league and foresees tho possibility all- of the league becoming the embracing Issue of tho coming po litical campaign. Miss Queen Martin. ofx Memphis, arrived Monday to visit Mr. and in Walden Mrs. W. P. Sheridan Place. Miss Floreneo Barker, who was the guest of Miss Nellie McDermott to in Jeffersonvllle, has returned Pittsburgh. Hogan Miss Isabel Settle has been the guest of her undo, Georgo T. Settle, and Mrs. Settle for a Fifteen thousand acres In Estill, Wolfe, Rath, Floyd, Breathitt, Lawrence, Johnson, Knox, Magoffin, V hitley, Nelson and Spencer counties, .' Ky., and Scott and Campltcll counties, Tenn. THE SAFEST, SUREST AND GREATEST PROFIT IN OIL COME FROM INVESTMENTS IN THE STOCK YOUNG COMPANIES, MADE OF WHEN STOCK MAY BE HAD AT A LOW PRICE. WELL-MANAGED short visit. Miss Gertrude Bane, of Jeffersonvllle, departed last week for New York to visit her brother, Corp. Majestic is n giant among the jouiik Patrick llane, and bride. It has had n phenomenal growth in It has never stood still. Each week Mrs.' Buford Borders, of Parkgrowth. view, was here for a short visit last It lias grown from ono producing week and was entertained by Mr. While tho management is aggressive and Mrs. .John Higgins. Present production capacity over $ A Few Majestic Facts companies of Kentucky. tho six months of its existence. 1ms brought steady and substantial well to eight in tldrty days. it is safe and conservative. ."00 worth of oil a day. MEN TRY AC US di TWO-PIEC- E three.piece SUITS SUITS &i n tpleOU ple-2- Q VI! AKE RESPONSIBLE. REST SERVICE IN TOE CITY. The many friends of David J. Burke, the well known grocer of West Chestnut street, will be sorry to learn that he is seriously ill. Club met The Sarto Literary Wednesday and spent a very pleasant evening at the homo of Mrs. Anderson G. Moore in New Albany. 'i Puis Cleaning and Dyeing Co. INCORPORATED PAR VALUE $1.0O PER SHARE Both Phones 2635. THE Ask Any Oculist.' ' 421 W. Chestnut St. Tho best GLASSES you can get Mrs. Russell Kehoe, of Fort Clarlc, Texas, is visiting her mother, Mrs Ada Shippen In Crescent Hill, and Mrs. M. J. ""Kehoe in Jeffersonvllle, Ind. MAJESTIC OIL COMPANY OF AMERICA INCORPORATED OPTICAL COMPANY are the only safe kin to wear. Correct GLASSES are as Important as tho right medicine and WE make 'them. 013 Fourth Avenue, Ixralsvillo, Ky., Opposite Mary Anderson. Miss Ruth Lower', of Crestwood, Home Office, Reality Bldg. and Miss Mattlo Ireland, of Oklaguests of homa, were the week-en- d Miss Martha Whitesides at Middle-town. Louisville, Kentucky , . LMNG WAGES FOR STREET RAILWAYS i ( t c Leo P. Reilly, who has been connected with tho radio sorvlco of the navy at Cambridge, Mass., received his discharge from the service this week. .to t K K Taylor. Capt. Desmond O'Keefe has gone Kansas on a month's leave,' after having been ill for some weeks at tho base hospital at Camp Zachary Egan, a former Miss Gertrude Louisville girl, but now making her home in Memphis, sailed on Tuesday for France to spend several months doing war work. Miss Bcsfcie Hannan is spending two weeks at French Lick Springs Chiwith Miss Marie Walsh, of will leave cago. Miss Hannan March 1 for Now York for a short stay" RATE OP RETURN. IS EXTRA GOOD. The function of a street railway Is to givo adequate and conTRY IT. BUY IT. venient service at the lowest practical cost consistent with reasonable SMILES. wages, and working conditions of employes and at the samo tlmo with t MAGIC-KELLE- R a reasonable return only upon tho actual value of the property de- K , voted to the public service. In many cities of the country a request AlOUaVX'UXkA.J.ilV has been made of the municipal authorities for an increase of fares, 4( duo to the very' great increase in the cost of operation. Tho cost of operation has advanced in a very rapid ratio, duo to war conditions, and the high prices of food and all living expenses make it imperative P. RANNOH.JR., Vies Pns. awl Treu. U. i. BANNON. President and Mmajcr. that wages should bo Increased in order that ' employes, may commany of the cities of the country tho question Is now fortably Hvo. In being agitated for an increased faro above fivo cents. Some three hundred or more cities in this country have within the past twelve months increased their rates of faro in order to meet the necessarily Z Sewer and Culvert Pise, growing expenses or the companies. It is quite apparent tliat unless a Bannon's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits, 7 company which is devoid of watered securities Is enabled to have Wall Coping, Drain Tile, Vitrified BricH, S sufficient revenue to meet its operating expenses and Indeed to meet Fire Proofing, Flue Lining, Fire BricU a return to the shareholders, such a company can not long suryive. Tho Grate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tops. result is that if an adequate return is not given to the street railway a poorer sorvlco necessarily follows and later on tho company may OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. have dlro consequences thrust upon it. Under these circumstances is it CUMS, MAIN S07. PHONES CITY not the part of prudence to consider n street railway or other public WORKS Thirteenth and Breokiaridse and Ninth and Magnolia. utility from the same standpoint of justice that would be extended to By this wo do not mean to 6ay that every company an individual? that aBks for an increase should havo it.' On tho contrary np in t crease should be granted unless it has been clearly demonstrated tha f efficiency of tho service, the maintenance of the system, and a rea? sonable return to tho security holders requiro it. Tho fact that a pub- CHILI PARLOR AND CAFETERIA lic utility asks for an Increase of fares does not justify the lncrcaso being granted, but it is fair in all matters, provided a caso is clearly Seventh and Oak St: proven of tho justice of tho demands, that such demands should ba Complete Line of Soft Drinks carefully weighed and justlco done to all parties. The New Era. and Eats. C oi P. MADS IN LOUISVILLE. M.-- K. prn f SOAP BY ,.-- SOAP WORKS I ieee)es4eeseeeve4eeeeeeefljee)?; BANNON ! PIPE CO.! i f 373-170- ssjsesj4sjeeae4fjJseaesjsjetj ARNOLD'S Ladies Cordially Invited. SMOKE TARPY'S Lady Dash 10c CHILI SOLD IN CARTONS Open From 0 a. m. to MidnigbU. DR. JOHN SPECIALIST P. BECKER Shamrock Souvenirs given to ladies no St. Patrick's day. Little Best ! L ! J. 5c Made ! OPTOMETRIST, IH FITTING GLASSES MEN'S BLACK OR TAN Cigars, Twenty Years' Experieuce. Prices Reasonable. 315 Stark anal Phono City 1180. Fourtk BnitdiBg. Third Floor WORK SHOES $3.50 to $6.00 Theaa sboca ore world eaters they look well and they stasd tha of service. They are deeleraea and toallt for servloe asd they reader that service. bong i Walnut. t LIBERTY SPALDING SHOE GO. District Out of the High-ReOPEN BVHjnKOS nt SX&KTSEXTX JUTS XAFZJt BONDS Complete facilities for the execution of orders in any amount. "As Near to You m the Nearest Phoae" FUNERAL FLOWERS LOUISVILLE. KV. Telephones J I I A SPKCIAL SPRAY $3.0 A SPECIAL WREATH Stf.OO 308 City 502 Mnla I 19S laOUfXt ourth armMutiM in tjatn-erln- e, PltBPAltB. 6 tornu ftlGP I WmVw. Mtstort New Twit i"' . Lent is drawing near. On March We telegraph Flowers --Kyerywhere Ash Wednesday will be observed. The church admonishes the faith- even nerore ne actual negin- - prepare reverently for the Lenten ning ok xne penironu&i season, to devotions - SK Lttktsst 404 W. Malm., IwUvill.Xr. &"A&&&tjL fflE&NTUCKV RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. XJfcXSHI AJMaE&ZGJK.& MM RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Keaaers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. REPAIRING Export Attention On Repairs On SPECIALISTS AU Is Your House Wired? Seven Room, Wired Complete With x, & v m - SWIS OIVEijAJSIfc u&JSTO iOYXSI LOUISVIILID wuu&rviuHiw ' Fixtures and Lamps 1 2 2.1:2 Electric , Service JSdakes Makes WELDINQ of Oars .UA . Other Sized Houses In Proportion Electric ON FORD REPAIRING AUTO WELDING & REPAIR GO. Both Thoncs 2300 Road Service. ERNEST SMITH, Prop. 713 SOUTH SEVENTH ST., LOUISVILLE, KY. KENTUCKY LARGEST IN THE SOOTH. Homo City 8300 Ilome Pfeoaa 2550 t 825 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. Suits Pressed While You Walt. Hats Cleaned and Blocked While You Walt. Soldiers' Uniforms and Hats a Specialty. Work Called For and Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, Attention and Quality." THE SIGN OP QUALITY Highl'd 7411 NATIONAL HATTERS Home Phono City 1931 TOM TOLAKIS, Prop. National Supply Company INCORPORATED Roofing and Pitch, Coal Tnr, Tarred Felts, Gravel Roofing (A Specialty). Phonos 124 W. faain City 1250; Main 1400-Y- Service Makes Homes "Modern JOHN D. ROMMEL CO. 014 South Third St. F19K TIRES ACCESSORIES Louis A. Broring, D. D. S, DENTIST 900-90- 1 STARKS BUILDING. . Homes Comfortable East 180 KENTUCKY LAUNDRY CO. Incorporated 014-62- 2 Underbill St. Geo. Dearborn Manager Home Phone City 7638 PEOPLE'S FBOVZSEHT ASSteCIATIOSr Incorporated CIUmss Wai Organized by Woll-kaoto Make ' LOANS On rornltnre ana Other Fereonal Property at LOWEST BATES COLEMAN BUILDING JEFFERSON S. E. COR. THIRD-ANBoth Phones 2886 T OUISVILLE'S electrical contractors are working hard to keep up I with the demand for housewiring in response to this Low CostEasy Payment Housewiring Offer ' because the hundreds who have investigated fpund it a big bargain. THE MEUKY WILL CANTEEN CO. . Coke Station, Camp Taylor, Ky. CHILE CAFETERIA HUNGER'S Everything for the Soldiers Cigars, Restaurant 458 South Fifth Street FIRST CLASS SERVICE FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN C. 4203 - Electricity insures many comforts and conveniences not possible in the unwired home. Why not have them in your home? Wiring of houses is giving employment to many men who would' otherwise be idle. Ask our Commercial Department, ' telephone Main or City 2182 oruse the coupon. JOHN B. O'LEARY & 00. Headquarters for CITY AND FARM PROPERTY See us about anything In real estate. We sell, buy and rent. it 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Home Phono City 4464. The, .Smokt, Of The, Hour. SEE TOOIiEY FOR MONEY. Loans to thoso having regular In- SAM comes or salary, with no publicity CONTRACTOR FOR or red tapo. Loans to housekeepers an their personal security. ALL KINDS OF OONORETB WOtHk F. R. POOLEY, 1315 S. Twenty-sixt- h St. Building, Room 1, Courier-Journ41G 8. Fourth Street. Home Phone Shawnee 368 TleSMOKERS jb:r,"va" ' L. ROBERTSON al E. YANN DAIRY Incorporated. 508-51- COMPANY WM. P. BANNON CONTRACTING PLASTERER " S. 9192-- A 0 SOUTH WEN55EL ST. Brook nnd Bloom City 8380 Home City 2803 REPAIR WORK PLUMBING Cumb. S. 153-Y J NO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED Both Phones 2406 - ' &. RBUTLINGER Adolph 0 0. ' Decide to investigate now. Both Phones 4202 Keutllnger ."SOUTHERN Morning" STAR" la the Established 1820. Loniaville.Ky. OFFICB OUTF1TTKES PRINTERS STATIONERS HOME GENERAL SPOT CANTEEN FOR MERCHANDISE SOLDIERS PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRO STREET SAVINGS liOUlSVffiLE SOUTH AND DEPOSIT BANK FIRE 1NSURANOJB TORNADO, LIABILITY AND Inquiry Coupon Louisville Gac &. Electric Company. Send a m an to mae a free wiring my house. LOUISVJLLE GAS & ELECTRIC CO. (Incorporated,) 311 SLICED BACON "AU Ready for Your Griddle A SPECIALTY FRED HORNUNG, JR. AND GAS FTPTING cot estimate for HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. Incorporated DEAD ANIMALS HIGHEST CASH 712 West Jefferson Street Louisville, gy. OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI AND KENTUCKY RIVER LTNH Fourth and Central Avenue f Cigars, Three Per Cent. Paid on Savings Soft Drinks, Candles, The Right Place for Denoslts. A General Banking Busi Tobacco. ness Tiansacted. Right Prices. WEST CHESTNUT STREET Makes Complete Electric Service Name... Address. 3c Electricity PRICES PAID Possible in Every Home. Call Homo Phone City Cumb. Phone Main 721. LOUISVILLE RENDERING 721; CO. ARTHUR A. WILL BUILDER 2431 MONTGOMERY STREET Home Phone Shawnee 1010 " tv :: When in Louisville Store Your Car at the KOERNER & STRADER GARAGE 110 E. Main or 110 W. Main Gas, Oil' and Repairing, Washing and Polishing a Specialty. Home, CHty 3481. V PRIEST A DELEGATE. seph Catholic Tribune was pointed by Gov. Gardner as one of the delegates from St. Joseph to J. S. JONES. Agent Fourth and River, Louisville Phones: Main 0214; City 416 Home Phone Shawnee 80S HENRY GOSS J. HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY IRISH REPUBLIC ENVOY. Joap- M. BUCKNER The priest editor of the St. ' Highland 1033 JOST V. SPANINGER ' FRANK A. OHLMANN 000 League of Nations held in StjJUouls GROCERY AN- D- SALOON, FINE on Tuesdny and Wednesday of this week. WINES. LIQUORS. CIGARS GROCERIES AND FRESH MEATS 370 Baxter Avenue MEMORIAL. SOLDIERS ,Cumb. Main 967-- A the Congress of the East Franklin Street V.-- P. REMEDIES H Eight priests from the faculty of Notre Dame University, Indiana, served as chaplains In the war and 2,000 of the students and alumni. is in preparation A memorial in which all the names will bo recorded. DEPUTY ELLEN O'GRADY. Mis. Ellen O'Grady, Deputy PoYork lice Commissioner of New City, 'was the guest at a dinner given at the Waldorf-Astori- a In OF Remedies to Your Health COLD TABLETS VOGT LAX PENETRATING OIL KIDNEY PILLS PLEASANT WORM SYRUP FEMALE TONIC TABLETS BLOOD AND LIVER PILLS T recognition of her efficient services during her first year as a member of the police department. PAY' INCOME TAX. Is Ask Your Neighbors V. They Have Tried 'Em MANAGER Camb. W. 9254 P. IN RED ON BACH PACKAGE VOGT'S PHARMACY, L. H. RICHIE, SEVENTEEN! H AND BANK Home City 154 LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK For Your Savings U. S. Governmet Protection. More than 30,000 Bank Accounts, representing 100,000 people with a total deposit of more than $8,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by the bank. people of Louisville at this safe, conservative ld UNDER THE BIG CLOCK GOING TO BUILD? BETTER SEE US ABOUT T MARKET AT SECOND SASH, DOORS, FRAMES, ETC. We give quality and price that satisfies TI M LulTlUL,l FRED C-O-A-L Q- - JONES & CO. JOHN 2F3T. STREET B. RATTERMAN FUNERAL DIRECTOR St. Ber-a- rd Lump QQ 2114 WEST MARKET Phones Shawnee We are now prepared to deliver coal West 1107a. promptly to all parts of city, 1243. Cumberland ST.BERNARD MINING CO. (twrytntri) Botk Phoaca 938. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT " f f JM J m j Wf m 428 W.MARKCT J J NORTON BUILDING It W.Cftracr Ftwtfc aid Jefftma LOUISVILLE. KY. A fee eonwplote line of Fnnattara at ttMt sim atvrajm nut Miwsat. CaanuwMd. Acting Collector J. Rogers Gore preparing to handlo the flood of incone tax payments that will reach him between now and the close of March 15. business on Saturday, Payments are duo earlier this year Uian ever before, the first payment date being March 15, simultaneous for Louisville Tuesday to with the final date of the return Winn left matters pertaining to the recognition. attend to required by the new revenue law. Sean O'Cealllgh, who presented taking over of the Churchill Downs himself to the Peace Conference at by the new owners. Paris as an accredited Envoy of THOMAS GRIMES. the Irish Government, was formerly BLESSED GABRIEL. In business and was Secretary of Thomas Grimes, a pioneer resithe Gaelic League. He was not dent of Louisville and the oldest high prominent in the disorders on EasThursday morning solemn member of St. Patrick's church, has passed to his eternal reward. For mass was celebrated at tho Sacred ter Sunday, 1016, but was deported many years ho resided In the West Heart Retreat 1n honor of the feast immediately after tho Government End and was popular with all of Blessed Gabriel Tho canoniza had suppressed that rebellion. He lato In December, classes of people. His funeral was tion of Blessed Gabriel, who was a was released held Monday morning, Rev. Father momber of the Order of St. Paul of 1916, and was rearrested In February, 1917, but was not detained Cronin, V. G., celebrating the reCross, will take place on As very long, He was not placed unquiem high mass. Surviving 'him the day. , cension der arrest last May, when many are three sons and two daughters. piembors of his party were placed SOUTHERN MISSIONS. in Jail. INTO ETERNAL REST, O'Cealllgh Is a member of the The Rev. Father Xavler Sutton, Dublin Corporation and was elected Hurtlg, thirty years Q. P., tho noted missionary of the Rev. Lucian on the Sinn Fein to Parliament old, assistant at St. Boniface Heart Retreat, this city, as- ticket in the recent general elecchurch and a young priest of great Sacred by tho Rev. Cyril Meis, C. P., tions. Ho was a member of the delepromise, died Friday night of pneu- sisted to present the will give a two gation appointed monia at the church rectory. Father from Chicago, March freedom of the city to President Hurtlg was a native of Hartford, weeks' mission, beginning news of his death 2, at the old St. .Patrick's church Wilson, and when no reply to the Kas., where revisit Dublin first week of caused profound sorrow. The fu- In Now'Orleans. The for Catholics invitation toMr. Wilson, ho was obtained ceived from neral Bervices wore held Tuesday tho mission will bo for a pas3nprt to go to Paris to Inquire morning, attended by Bishop O'Don-agh- and the second week Then Father Xavler and why no answer had leon sent. and many priests from local Father Cyril go to the Church of When he arrived in Paris he anand churches: the Sacred Heart to give a mission, nounced that he was a representaand follow that with others, being tive of tho Irish Government and LEXINGTON. his action was approved by his in New Orleans till Palm Sunday. party. Mrs. John Shannon, one of the O'Cealllgh was married last year LAST BEFORE- - LBNT. best known women in the Bluegrass to MisS Mary Ryan, professor of section and a frequent visitor in The ladles of St. Columba's modern languages at the National Louisville, died at her homo in Lex ington early Sunday morning from church will give a euchro and lotto University. heart trouble. Mrs. Shannon had entertainment aext Monday after- ATTRACTIVE AND DEVOTIONAL. returned from Louisville only the noon and evealng In the school day before, when she was in ap hall. Thirty-fift- h and Market. This parently good health, and the news being their last affair until alter i3 The Forty Hours Devotion, which of the many Fptrttual feasts was a sad shock to her friends Lent they wiU make special effort at one Paul's, commences on Sunday St. here. She Is survived by four sons, to make this one ja every, way en March 2, at 10 o'clock. The organJames, John, Robert and Barry joyable. Gaaiea will be called at ist and well trained choir have arShannon, all of Lexington, and one 8:30 and 8:30 o'clock and many de ranged a suitable programme for daughter, Mrs. Ben J. Gerst, or 517 sirable prizes will be distributed. the occasion and the singing of tho West St. Catherine street, Louis- From 5:30 to 7:30 an inviting litanies by tho young men and boys ville, and by one sister, Mrs. D. F lunch will be wired. of the sanctuary Is rlways nttraSt-lv- e Bahn, of Youngstown, Ohio. Her and devotional. funeral was held Tuesday morning HONORED IN LONDON. from St. Paul's church, where for THE DEAD SEA. many years she was a regular comThe anniversary of the birth of George Washington wan observed municant. The Dead "Sea In Southeastern by moat of the Amerlean organiza- - Patesttnp Is n miles long Tii .VnlelitK of and about ten miles Across a Its Hnnfc fn Tnnitnn. WHAT WINN SAYS. Columbus and many soldiers attend- widest part. Its aurfaee ia 1,292 Col. Matt Winn, Kentucky track ed high mass In Weatmtaiater Cathe- feet below the level of the Mediterowner and manager, who is now a dral In tae morning and during the ranean, a few miles only awayi The New Yorker, dftcl&rw that there is afternoon ana evunmg gave enter- Dead Sea reaches a depth of 1.310 little likelihood of a new track be-i- tainments for American soldiers feet; Its waiter is salt, The River buIH tola year at Laxlncton and sailors at various ranters, Jordan empttea into it. The sea has no outlet to Mw or'!n ach s vas Attnoonced Yroxn that did afao th T. C A. non-Catholi- cs. ue out-of-to- WHOLESALE TOBACCONIST Roofing, Guttering, Spouting Tin Roofs (Repaired and Painted O'Cealllgh Sean has presented Main Street 000 West Asphalt Shingles a Specialty himself to tho Peace Conference as 2011 W. Broadway, LoaisviUe, Ky. Louisville, Ky. Envoy of the Pro "the accredited DIVISION S. First and third Fridays, Hibernian visional Government of the Irish HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES ' GLOBE SECURITY & LOAN CO. republic." O'Cealllgh has sent to Home, 1818-182- 0 Portland. s Incorporated. Premier Clemenceau, to Paul Du- President Tim O'Leary. All Kinds of Footwear For the A. Lazar, Managor I Murphy. tasta, Secretary General of tho Vice Prosident-7-Walte- r Whole Family Money Advnnced on Your Plain Note Financial Secretary John Brpd-erlc- Peace Conference, and to each dele gate, a letter In which he brings to 1850 Portland avenue. 312 AVost Jefferson Street Two HAMBLY'S Stores A, their notice tho claim of his "GovRecording Secretary John (Second Floor) ernment, in the name of the Irish 20th nnd Portland. Shaw. 1716 Martin. nation, foe international recognition 18th and Mngnzlno City 7164 Home Phono City 2967. . Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Martin Shee-ha- of the independence of Ireland and for the admission of Ireland as a v constituent member of the League Sentinel Thomas Noone. of Nations." This communication was accompanied In each case by DIVISION 4. copies of the Irish declaration of inMeets second and fourth Monday. dependence of January 21 and of tho messago of greetings from the Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. "nation of Ireland" to the rest of President John J. Barry. That you ipeat for somathlag you did not NEED would hav itarttd a the world. Vico President Mark J. Ryan. SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear laterut COMPOUrDD In his letter O'Cealllgh states that Recording Secretary Lawrence Prof, de Vallera, Arthur Grfflth and D. Meany. twlct a year; There MAY COMK a Urn when yowr'LAST DOLLAR" Count Plunkett have been delegated Financial Secretary Thomas J. by the National Assembly to present mb be spent for lomethlau you DO NEED. The SAVING sow of the Langan. a statement to the Peace Conferenca Treasurer John F. Burke. comlag, dolUri yon are waiting might keep that "hard time" from Nations In Sergeant-at-Arm- B Patrick Con- and to the Leagu'e of people. He tho name of the Irish nelly. asks a date be fixed for the recepSentinel M. J. McDermott. tion of these men. Ever since It was declared tho Irish would send city last week. Ho Is of the opin- delegates to tho Peace Conference ion, however, that the old plant of It has been generally understood the Kentucky Association might be that their credentials would come Improved- - to great advantage to th& before the Committee on Credeninterests of the association mem- tials in tho same manner as those Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. bers and racing generally. Col. of any other persons applying for k, n. The Last Dollar i I im Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. Fifth and Court Place. I 1 Doolceplng I EXPERT Accounting Business Success Is Yours When you master these wonderful systems. They meet They modern conditions 'and Government requirements. save tho student 20 per cent, in time and money over tho old bookkeeping methods or Pitman or Graham Shorthand. Taught exclusively at lfr Bryant ft Stratton Business College, Third and Walnut Hew (Incorporated) Louisville, Ky. Srifffet daises Start Monday Day aad Where the QuicK Meal Comes In Where tho homo Is brightest ; Where tho work Is lightest; tho meal is Wlioro cooked best; Where the range stands tho test tho where That's "Quick Meal" comes In. Where work Is quickly dono; Where cooking seems real fun; Where baking gives delight; Where drudge is out of sight That's where the "Quick Meal" comes in. Sold, Qalek GEHER &, SON, H. BOSSEfcSON Funtral Directors and Embalmers. MO FSHR AVKIfUW ValeeheaM 1 M.l Gaa Kt la.talled Hd Highly Reeenn.aded 215 W. MARKET ST. wH Mr. your boje as flaetttea tt Brwu them for Ufa. ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE Courses, Preparatory Department, swimming- - rooi, well Bqaippea Qymoa alum. Terma moderat Bra. lia W. BroiAway, XeabrrOIa, Xj. CoBduoted by the Xaverlsjn Brother, Classical, Bclentiflo BnsliMca and liuf CORNSJBUNIONS tepftwfeg iOKISkJK: forty-Bee- mi AkMrmil mXk'5ikmtilt Z. TrmM LItsty Dr. Uriah Chireyedfat nr rw;izjr SO? arks. Bath BH4J . M2f So KB'jrxjOKiY III'1!'" xjEtxmix JLJunavsaQAJX. KNIGRTS OP COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else- where. Tomorrow a class of 100 will the degrees at Fort Wayne, le-nl- Service and Dress Shoes For Active Boys Where is the lad wha will take care of the shoes he docs not like? The popularity of our boys' shoes with both "Son" and parents makes "Boston Shoes" the choice of live young Amer- - SSSSSSvwajMflSBjL B " ill CITY HOSPITAL-P- AY 5NEAK you re A PAUPE d ad m, PaV HOUSE AS YOU ENTER. city ' ft 9?? tlAW ,"'''w4'syryrffiqk Pi HERMAN STRAUS rOURTH AVENUt mcowowzo SONS MARKET STREET J ' i We Qiv n Redeem Qeld Trading Stamps. lnd. Uardstpwn Council is preparing to Initiate a large class on Sundav, JIarch 2. WHITE SALE This ia a event with us an epportu- nity for you that comes but once each season. You really can't afford to miss it. semi-annual at Rochester was The fourth degree exemplification n success rfvl leans. all expectation. The council at contributed over the war service. The councils of will hold a joint beyond St. Joseph, Mo., 125 members to $2.50 to $6.00 Be sure "That Boy" gets bis next pair of Shoes from THE SOUTH'S GREATEST SHOE STORE. 41T-4- U VoURTH AVBNUB C ( Hamilton county Initiation at Cincinnati next month. Among tho forty candidates Initiated last week at Chllllcothe wee seven army officers. New Albany Council had a delightful entertainment for its friends Thursday night, featured by a luncheon and smoker. There will bo a second degree exemplification at Syracuse on March 11, preparatory to confeirlng th major degree at a later date. With employment offices established in the large cities of the Fur West, the work of the' Knights to bring together the jobless soldier and the manless Job Is well uadar way. White Goods Coats I Suits 4 Inter-Southe- rn Life Insurance Co. JAMES R. DUPFIN, President. LOUISVILLE, KY. d, Louisville's citizens build a million dollar hospital and pay in The Knights of Passadena, Cal., taxes annually nearly $300,000 for its maintenance, yet the Repub- have passed resolutions calling upon Congiess to take such action as will lican Reform Administration charges patients $l."83rper day. help bring Ireland's jut claim bebore the International Peace Con-- ' ' -, WAISTS Men's Shirts i Wool and ."H"i "M-K-- Why not take an agency for a conservatively managed, medium-sizeclean, progressive company, whoso treatment of agents and policyholders and whoso standing and courtesies with all of tho American Life Insurance Companies give it a position of the very" highest rank? CAPITAL, RESERVE AND SURPLUS FOR PROTECTION OF POLICYHOLDERS MORE THAN $4,500,000 Deposit with tho Stato of Kentucky under the Compulsory Deposit Law more than $4,600,000. Excess deposit over all requirements $1,000,000, or 20 per cent, more than tho law requires. with renewal commissions, so For good, clean agency contracts your own and have an independyou may build up a. business of taat ent permanent Income, address tho Home Office of the Company. INTER-SOUTHER- N LIFE INSURANCE CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. Mulloy's New Blend Coffee 2 1- -2 Lbs. For 90c ffiBgflv K. x 09ttxx txxt zs xjrswv rox zra rant ctnt quaxxxt. Importer ana Router of HI eh arid Direct to Consumer. Coffee, Sold I. A. TnSTXX, JCT. 2U W. KA'ETTiT ST. Return thia advertisement with remittance and we will ship Coffee by Parcel Poat, all charrea prepaid. D. vivo him. Division 3 will meet next Friday Mrs. Regetta Sfelger, aged seventevening. y-seven, died "Sunday at her Tho County Board Is meeting home, 211 South Shelby street, leavweekly to perfect arrangements fov ing two daughters, iMisses Emma KNIGHTS WIN LAURELS. the St. Patrick's day celebration. and Josephine Steiger, and a son. James Curran, of Division 4, is Muwt vswiBoi, aw.u 1...0 Never before in Louisville was " out again, but not entirely recov Funeral services were held Monday thore such a patrlotlc and brilliant St 'observance of Washington's birth-Louin ered from his recent accident. afternoon, with interment cemetery. Reserved seats for the St. Patday as that of tlle Knights of ' Columbus, who devoted three davs rick's day entertainment can be seMrs. Julia Longan, widow ofUo tj, nninhratlon In honor of the cured from tho division Secretaries. Tho Hibernian Social Club real- John Langan and a devout momber Father of 6ur Country. The cele ized quite a neat sum on Its re- or St. Charles congregation, died bration began Friday evening with at her dance at cent vaudeville And moving picture Saturday evening street, home, 2505 a children's leaving a house, the little ones beingthe club West Chestnut dressed show. Colonial costumes, They were di- "n,d". "JE Divisions everywhere are arrangI . . J.t- -rected by aulss Blanche Mitchell and J, w4T ing for an appropriate observance lnt0 the sPlrlt of of tho birth of Robert Emmet on Uaffo celebrating tho requiem matt Saturday afternoon the occasl0n. March 4. I nn r ntitnti uto 4a 4 la icj,uiu. nl iu uid nnrritlnw ou- nr M. N. Mahoney, of Division 3, rV&lenrdmw with the Daughters of will be the Grand Marshal of the as Irnsts for tho matlneo big St. Patrick's day parade at Mrs. Julia Carroll, beloved wife of I at lvlllo Council . Indianapolis. Michael Carroll. -2008 Bank street, "" the ,Ttrt lllKQt XT w nirf1 11... I ure i inhn tirnn AnHArl ni ine ioernians 01 rpruana. pro?,"'"". Saturdav nlcht tho bannuet was an elaborate have prcparea Seelbach. attended by neighbors goosout to her children he,dtat 0 emen gramme for the anniversary of the and women, repre-norand the bereaved Ausband. Tho fu- - ab"t birth of Robert Emmet. was hold Wednesday morning, .' fntlng all creeds and exhibiting the San Francisco Hibernians havo Rev. spirit. Col. P. H. Cafliollc Father begun the work of preparing for requiem mass Fallon celebrating the Callahan presided as toastmaster ' the entertainment of tho national and was brief and happy in his in- convention noxt July. Many representative Bridget Fal- - traductions. Tho funeral of Mis. bi-e-is r Monday morntbg the funeral of .Martin Joyce, long a jesident of this tity and well known, was held from What They Have Been Doing 't?t. Michael's church. Four dauuh- ters. Mrt. Edward Gernert, Mrs. the Past .Week General Martin Maddox, Mrs. Ben MarjLln News Notes. and Mrs. John Dixon, and two sons, liavaru ana .uarwn jojee, .nM .ir- -- HIBERNIANS. IIKCKNT , DKATIIS. ' fcrenco. San Francisco Council last week conferred the first degree on a largo class of army officers and enlisted men as well as a number of pallors fiom the naval tralnlnc sta tlon at Yorba Buona Island. During tho months of May th fourth degree will be1 conferred at Covington, the first exemplification Kentucky. ovci given In Northern applications have Alieady many filed and It is felt that tho cJas. will bo a large one. Cotton I 1 X H I a)s)at ! ! Mixed HH Blankets I I 11 M M"M"H M f DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, I Funeral I Climb. Main 44 Directors and Embalmersl BOTH PHOXBS. SODS-- a Home City 2008 X MailllHUMIIMIIHIHIIIIIIMI ! 3971-y r"0.,16 v ty. "" l t.. n'l VVtViWVVVVVVViVVVVV HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN ! Jo BARRETTS SONS AND EMBALMERS. Adialxx & FUNERAL DIRECTORS .bella v'.'"l.'V" T al '? elk It. M. CAMPBELL. I. JACOB. West Main Street Garage Splendidly equipped repair shop and employes familiar with all sorts of starting devices and work on your generators. If in need of first-clamechanics, your cars, by skilled electricians and order will be promptly attended to by calling ss seph, Mo., Intends holding informal donee, 1137 Zane street. Wednesday social meetings every month at tho morning at 8:45 o'clock and from. homes of the members until each St. William's church at 9. Tho has been visited. years of deceased .was sixty-nln-o The Ladies' Auxiliary of Los An age and was widely known for her geles had a fitting observance of charitable and Christian virtues and their wartime work Monday night. her devotion to Mother Church. Sho It was the great event of the sea is survived by two sons, Michael son and soldiers and sailors were nnd Thomas Fallon, and ono daughpresent in numbers. ter, Miss Agnes Fallon. custom, the members of the order ro- and tho Ladles' Auxiliary will ceivo holy communion at St. Patrick's church ori Sunday, March 1G, at the 6:30 o'clock mass. The three divisions at TItica, now merged into one, with the Ladies' The Ladles' Auxiliary at St. Jo In accordanco with the annual Phone City 5980. 120 West Main St. BYRNE & SPEED COAL CO. INCORPORATED Auxiliary, will receive holy communion in a body at St. Patrick's church on March 17. All tho divisions of tho county will attend a special vesper service In the after- QIC GathrieSt. DIG Spead BIdS. NAME, 0C Maia DID City PER TON. WHERE FROM. "Taylor" "Harlan" "Pioneer" "Jellico ' $5.90 6.75 7.10 7.10 Western Ky. Black Beauty Straight Creek Wilton Mines . DOMESTIC R. A. WATSON, Manager COAL 16.15 tftOtlBd. w oUoit 11. J I 8.10 S.IK STEAM JAS.J.McTIGHE.SalisAgt ivi FIRST GUARANTEED STOCK. Therraold Tbermold tOxSU Thermold ISxStt Tbermold SOx XOxJ Ws. I2xti Thtrmoii MaJn Office Retail Branch 463 8. THIRD 87. N. S. I PL Si. CI PL CL PL Ct ........ ........ toot, wltti TbM Urea nm r all txti rratM4 and itrl&I xuaVtr at. . during the war. Its members subscribed to $40,5000 worth of Liberty bonds, $2,83G worth or War Savings Stamps, gave $485 to the associated war workers and $481 to the Red Cross. In addition tho members affiliated themselves with tho Red Cross and donated hundreds of dollars worth of clothing giving all and garments besides their sparo time. ALUMNAE ADDRESS. occasion. A splendid record was made by Ladles' Auxiliary 1 of Los Angeles Patrick J. Lynch, Clerk of tho Supreme Court of Indiana, has been named for Chairman for the Hibernian St. Patrick's day mass meeting at Indianapolis. Rev. John Gallagher, ono of the most gifted orators among the young clergy of the State, will be the orator for the noon. 1S.II at l3tli .PHONES nnlcullla IIIV nu ikuuui On kuuidllll Tfra ind Dnhhar ww, city 7801 Main 1039 Incorporated ster. a call to Inspect our rtoek f A KENTUCKY OIL STOCKS We Buy, Sell and Quota Cloio Market On ALL KENTUCKY OIL STOCKS We oprat at the daily ceadoua of Uie Xestucky Oil Xxonaage, wbwi we exeute buying: or eelliaroidera for cUesta at the open cell eeeetoEi. TUi ammres oar oUeate tSo benefit of the closest market prices mafia by tfce smells. WE CHARGE NO COMMISSION Tor this servlee except tna usual 3 per cent, ekarfed by the Sxebaafe. 'PXOSX OX WZXB OBBXXS AT OTO BX7XK8B KENTUCKY OIL BROJCERAGEcity GO. n. aoee. Main sio-sn-s- is zktbb-soutkkk- k buzcsixs. HARYEY-JELL1C- 0 (INCOKFOXATBD) r- COAL CO. Last Sunday afternoon a largo eetlng of tho Holy Rosary Acad emy alumnae was held In the academy auditorium at Fourth and Park, when a very Interesting programme was enjoyed. Musical numbers were artistically rendered by Misses Estello Dougherty and Margaret Gott, both responding to Attorney Thomas Walsh encores. delivered an address on the problems of commercial readjustment that was very Instructive. Mr. Walsh pointed to the fact that it was not reconstruction, but readjustment that was needed. He said that foreign countries were tho ones that were to bo reconstructed, but that in the; United States the r,M,TOo m,t worn tin. a Disposition and control of railroads, the sunnlv and demand of food nro- a Also ducts and prohibition. proper solution of the labor pro- Mam mill r,n nor.mmrv in nmvant vr uewu nu luwvuum j unrest such as is creating so much disturbance in Europe. v citizens accepted invitations and among those seated at tho speakers' table were His Grace Archbishop of St. Louis; John J. Glennon, AL. S.JSM1TH, PROP.!,' Right Rev. Bishop Denis O'DonagMcDormott, Hon. Edward hue, J. Grand Knight Thomas D. Cllnes, A. Penn, Gen. Julius Duschemeyor, Ben Washer, Wlblo John L. Mapother, Josoph Burge, W. Barr, State Deputy Cooper, BOTH PHONES 810. Benjamin George Nabers, Brother Tho first News of the death of Miss Joseph-- and several others. Gov. McDer-glooIne McGlll on Monday cast a pall of speaker was SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. $ ' mott, who paid oloquont tribute to ovor local musical circles, wherein she was a foremost figure. the life and works of Georgo Wash-Sh- e was a gifted young woman and (ngton, making an earnest plea for her talents had won her a roputa- - Un adherence to his advice and tho She was constitution handed down from tho City 2360. Main 2360-lion that was nation-widHip daughter of Mrs. Ben Hardin fathers and founders of our 1210 Garvin Place, and a eminent, tho best, safest and most sister of Miss, Anna Blanche McGlll. enlightened known to mankind. Her funeral was held Wednesday Thn feature of the evenlnc was morning from St. Louis Bertrand's of C0Urse tho address of Archbishop church. ninnnnn. the entire audience rlslnK and giving the distinguished prelato After a long residence in this a real Kentucky welcome whon he city, where she was known for her was presented by Col. P. H. Calla-na0 E. CHESTNUT LOUISVniLS, KX. many deeds of charity and her deIn his eloquent and forcible votion to tho church, Mrs. Theresa address, which appears elsewhere in Steurle, widow of George Steurle, this issue, the Archbishop mado died of infirmities of age Monday pleasant allusions to the toastmasnight at her home, 810 East Broad- ter and Gov. McDermott and held way, Her two sons, Joseph and bis hearers spellbound until his last Louis Steurle,' and six grandchil- word was uttered, when there was dren survive her. The funoral was loud and continued applause. 1529 WEST MARKET STREET held Thursday morning with a reThe celebration was brought to quiem high mass at St. Martin's a close Sunday afternoon when the church. degrees were conferred on a class of 130 candidates, the work being twenty- - in charpo of E. J. Kain, of St. Miss Helen Gohmann, eight years old, .daughter of Arthur Louis. This was the first initiationGohmann and nnn of New Alhnnv'n'nf thn vp.ir and brines the membormost highly esteemed young women, Hhln to ovor 1.100. This Is an died Saturday night .at her homo at auspicious beginning of tho second 1220 Ekin ayonue. Her death was year of Thomas D. Cllnes as Grand due to pneumonia. Two brothers, Knight of Louisville Council, and Leon nnd Maurice Gohmann, and tho 'addition of new members promthree sisters, Misses Bessie, Mary ises to bo greater this year than 961 S. SECOND ST. LOUISVILLE, KY. and Ruth Gohmann, survive. Miss last. The Louisville celebration of Washington's birthday was not surGohmann was a member of St. Mary's church, from where her fu- passed by any city in the country. neral took plae. ' Ion took place from the family resi-- 1 ogttoaiig4g GRAN W. SMITH'S SON Director 822 Bast Street. AVVVaVtVVfclWfrWV - or Funeral and Emhalmer 1 ex-Llo- m I . e. Gov-McG- tttMte98I I T. D. L. DirectorBAX Funeral and Emlmlmer n. 717-71- THOMAS KEENAN Efc CHAS. FUNERAL BODEN DIRECTOR MAOKIN COUNCIL. CARD PARTY. Tho ladles of tho Church of Our Lady. Thirty-fift- h and Rudd. will have a euchre and lotto party Mon- - SERVICE QTJAIt'XY - -OF THE DISTRIBUTORS High Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coal ftfl.ftK TB!R TONl P!c your ntnt rdr within. Temu cub. day and Tuesday, afternoon and night, for the benefit of the church fund. Children will enjoy lotto lu the afternoon and at night there will be euchre and lotto for the grown-upRefreshments will be prlMH and served handsome j awarded. s. At the meeting of Mackin Monday night the committee to meet other and similar committees from the Knights of Columbus and Trinity Council made a very orate report on tho proposed solldatlon of the three organiza- tionc. wmen Diana un- a uaiuuue pontor and the erection of a build Ing to cost not less than $500,000, and thus providing a home for all noon at 2 o'clock, r Catholic societies. Mackin will hold an Initiation to nnmn Urn Thoneh Tiillncr fnt morrow afternoon wnicn is expast, news of the death on Sunday nected to Dass all previous records morning of Thomas Riley, who for The candidates and members of the yoars had cae4cted a cafe at council will go to holy communion Eleventh and 'Market ana wq.s at et. Cecilia's church at tho s widely known, ws a sad surprise o'clock mass, after which they will for his many friends, by whom he breakfast at the club house. Tho was looked uo as a genial and initiation will take place at 2;30 good Besides hlsjn the afternodn, when the degree wife, Mrs. 'Carrte otto Riley, he, team will givo one of the beat one slater, Miss Rose Riley, amplifications ever seen Tuesday The funeral was held morning from at. Patrick's church. ST. WILLIAM'S. wag a mem wnicn wmin ber, Tho good people of St. Wllllam'3 pailsh are arranging for their win. ter euchre and lotto parly, to be 1 hejd on Monday night, "March 2, WMtMMi Every day dftrfr thia Lent the In the hall at Thirteenth and Oak Way of the Crbcw or a sermon They ay this will surpass any they promptly at 11:15 p. m., lasting haye heretofore fiven and promise ten minuta. at ft. Miohaer church, many nice awards ana a reany ijoyable evening. BrMk,tMfjL I The sympathy "fa many friends and acquaintances Is being extended to Mr, and Mrs. Arthur A. Will on the death of th4r Mttle son, Arthur A. Will. Jr.. wha went to Join the angels in 'hteaven last Sunday after- The little fellow was four and eight (months of ago and was tne iaoi or his parents ana relatives. The funoral took place from the family residence, 2431 Montgomery street Tuesday after- elab-noocon-yea- n. rs WEWANTYOURWORK We're Prepared to Do It Promptly and in First-Clas-s Style. - PRINTING Cards, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Dodgers, Etc Dance and Wedding Iirvitatians a Specialty. HOME PH9NE sn, . es m 946. f xoM-.mmxx- KENTUCKY IRISH 'AMERICAN i WTOaaVX- okibmn:. 4RM)rr. en-38- 0 c a