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BROWN TAXI INTUIGENT PHONE: CAREFUL SERVICE HOME Of) MAM UulsYilte IJvery Driver an Escort. Cirtljje Taxlcah Ci. Incorporated I VOLUME XLH.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1919. PRICE FIVE CENTS. BAUTOJf BYS RETURN. Ono of tho Koystono police disthe gate with the false key while tinguished himself .Tuesday, not by the sentries continued their flirtaLieut. Prank fj Bar ton, who had capturinug a burglar or holdup, but tion with the girls. An automobile several narrpw escapes while driving ho deserves special montlon for was waiting, and Do Valera was In thoavlat!on senico in tho Huns, threatening to arrest some voting whisked away to London, while the Franco tanh received the honor violators of the law. These despolice chased thq decoy motors. medal, and Herbert and Strothorl peradoes wero wearing masks, too, "Where is Do Valera now? I Informing Do Vnlcra of Plans For can not state, but ho will bo here Of Ireland Warn Followers to Heal Barton, who alsd saw active servlco, ilndigant nt Methods of Hotel Poll- - but the masks were of the comic Goes on Record by n Big Majority variety and they wero walking with havo arrived homo and aro nowi on time when he Is wanted." Laws of British Govern tlclnns Furnishing G. O. in Favor of Freedom ,, His Escape From English with their parlnts, Mr. and Mrs. ' their mother out in the Southern ' part of the city when they wore ment. P. Propaganda. Fred Barton. They relate some j For Ireland. Prison. DELIGHTS BUFFALO AUDIENCE. halted by our bravo Keystoners and thrilling experiences and declare tho told to remove their masks or they Americans the best soldiers In thel' Tho Kentucky friends and adwould 'bo In dangor of arrest. Two m. world. mirers of Miss Betty McKenna, of Board of Works Mysteriously Silent here, Cardinal Loguo Says Bear Drastic Key Cast In Po.stc and Dublin Girls Fairfield, and well known a7" "opes Peace Conference Will Favor- 1VU1 tlUU U1A JVUID U1U tllllt LtlCJ TUUBrapwiLSOX. will bo interested in the following Military Code With Chrisably Consider Rlghtojf on Cost of Gnthcring didn't seem to reallzo tho enormity Decoy tlio Susceptible commendation from tho Buffalo of their offense wearing masks on At a mcetlhgrof tho ' tian Spirit. Garbage. Courier: Guards. Mardl Gras day. Anyway they'll lilsh Society in London on concert of the "Tho second think twice before they violate tho Monday a lottdrTfrom Edward do Buffalo Orpheus this season took law ngaln In crossing a Keystone Valera, tho SlnafFeiu leader, who place In Elmwood Music Hall beforo evening from Lincoln Keystone Police Band Rehearsing pollcoman's path. Saturday package Senate AcUon Blocked by Objoc- large audience. John Lund con- Belle o 'Little Good Will Como To recently escape a big "hick" carrying a Manner of Jlrcak Described In Paris a orwnvieu (luiyuui, was iuuu. iiiavuf ducted both chorus and string under his arm and a package inside Ireland Out of Peace tion of Hoko Smith,- of The letter contained tho following For Future Displays 'and by Advocate of Irish chestra and William J. Gomph preboarded a Tenth street depot car, advice to tho, society: Conference. sided at the organ, while tho Georgia. evidently not being in a hurry to go Parade. Republic: "Pronounce ndoplnion on PresiBoloist was a charming artist of anywhere, and after keeping tho dent Wilson. "' It lis premature, for New York, Miss Betty McKenna, crowd on tho rear in nn uproar ho and his friends will bear our whose attractivo stage presence 'and with his funny (?) sayings was country In mind at tho crucial fresh, lovely soprano voice created STRONG APPEAL PARADE WOULD BE SCREAM. asked by ono of tho passengers in GALLIVAN'S IUIYJD3D CODE WAS EMPLOYED. a fine impression. MiS3 McKenna VIEWS OF OTHER PRELATES. hour." a kidding way why ho didn't try to get on tho polico force. Tho big Bang an aria from Massanet's KATHRYN MEAGHER. 'Herodlade,' with Louis Koemon-nfc"hick" jumped nearly three feet. the distinguished choral con " , ,WCt"; m,' The House early on Tuesday, by Now and then critics in this counTho many frjends of Mr. and! iRccentlly Wilson President Saturday tho Associated Press ductor of New York, at tho piano, correspondent cabled from Paris and In which sho revealed breadtu try, discussing tho Irish question, Mrs. John (Meagher at Frankfort' termed somo of his enemies and here." and ho oepned tho package, a voto of 21G t0 41 adopted tho that while the newspapers pf the of cultivation, dramatic stylo and a show an inclination to lug in the and other points throughout ofKen- obstructionists of progressive, gov- shoeing a policeman's uniform. Ho resolution expressing tho hope that to hoar tucky tho will be United Kingdom aro still speculat- command of tonal color. In songs religious question and say that riot death woro grieved daughter, ernment as "a littlo group of wilful Koystono a welcome addition to tho the Peace Conference would "fa- of tholrIvornhlv mnnlilni. Mm .Inlmi. r t- ing over tho mysterious escape from composed by Mr. Koomennlch ranks. she and anarchy aro promoted by tho twenty-seveaged Moaghor, men." well, that term certainly EdTho Republican reform adminis- Lincoln Prison in England o$ won further appreciation and was clergy In Ireland. Tho following f which, ocurred at tho homo applies to tho little group of maybe tratlon, finding that many citizens ?ndtoje rlgh ward do Valera, tho Sinn Fein recalled for an encore. Tho ac- - special dispatch from Ireland quotes of her parents, resolution was at once J1226 South First Democrats who "gather hero overy wero nor following strictly tho or- leador, the manner In which he ef-- companiments of Mr. Koemennlch street, whero shp had been ill for from captivity were artistic inspirations to tno Cardinal Loguo and tho other lead- six weens, jhiss jueagncr possessed week or so at tho Seelbach Hotel ders concerning garbage are now sent to tho Senate, where it was fected his break ing Catholic clergymen of Ireland busy hauling offenders (?) beforo February 3 has become known singer to give of her best." Improbable excellent traits of character and her and havo themselves interviewed as tho Police Court and in other way3 considered altogether that any action can bo obtained there. It Was related to tho As Tho Orpheus concerts are tho urging all to obey tho laws of tho happy disposition mndo her a to who they want and don't want itself ridiculous. Tho Board foTo final adjournment, sociated Press by Sean O'Cealllgh, great society musical events of tho British Government, no matter how favorite in the- homo and social to run for Governor on the uemo-cratof Works has said that citizens When prominent Sinn Fciner, who is in season in Buffalo, and nt tho ball obnoxious. The dispatch Is as fol- (Circles, whero" sho will bo sadly House resolution was Tho other day tho must separate their garbage and received tho the ticket. by Senate, Senator Paris asking tho Peace Conference that followed Miss McKenna was lows: missed. Tho body was taken to Courier-Journprinted must not glyo it away or burn it, France, of Maryland, Republican, and Times to recognize tho "provisional Gov- honor guest and the center of at'Cardinal Logue in a pastoral Frankfort, home, tho same old stereotyped story in which is a direct blow at tho home, her "childhood ernment of tho Irish republic," hav- traction. letter to bo Issued Sunday says that, whero tho funeral took place Satur- - which tho little group of wilful and If this board or any other board asked unanimous consent for its immediato consideration. Senator ing crossed tho channel on a passas any one of ordinary foresight men repeated tho same statement c?nJ;1?0)r3ore,a,s,tVho, dl8Psal Smith, of Georgia, Democrat, ob-port obtained by a subterfuge. might havo anticipated, Ireland is MACKIN COUNCIL. was c food, paid ror by tho owner Jected and demanded that the reso- that they were looking for another "After tho midnight arrest of Ed not likely to reap much good from DAUGHTERS .OF ISABELLA. candidate, and further angered tho S' lution go to the Foreign Affairs ward do Valera, near his homo in ' Mackln Council had a record the Labor Peace Conference. friends of Lieut. "Gov. Black, Prof. Groystono," O'Cealllgh began, "ho breaking initiation last Sunday and Y" The country ds now distracted, ..."-- ,' nor ",., committee, whero a similar rosolu- At a meeting of tho Daughters ot H. B. Cherry and Judge John D. noiaer must ?. ....i--;om tIoa ,mg bcen penulng for severa, u.s was sent to Lincoln Prison, tho President McGulre was highly elated and there is no prospect of immedi- Isabella, hold atKK. of C. Hall' Sun-- ; by saying that neither of clothes, furniture or any article montns other Sinn Feiners arrested being over jts success. In the morning ate improvement, ho declares; the day afternoon, ajclass pf sixty w.i3 Carroll announced these Adoption of the resolution ,n tho distributed In order to avoid con- - the candidates and members to tho Government policy always has shown initiated, this bqjng the second in- would threestrong enough candidates her money and not out of tho city V to defeat be . rnmn nrtn ,,,.,i centrating them at any one jail, number of about 300 assembled at neglect of every remonstrance by itiation this yeay. Tho first class tho Republican candidate in Novem- funds. Many citizens aro indignant "u,st sess Ion In whl teh an L?' Because of Do Valera's importance tho club house, from where they refusal or evasion of every just brought In 190 members. Tho feat- army inspectors ifew ber. To sum it up in tho strictest watch was maintained proceeded to St. Cecilia's church in claim and violation of every proinlso uro of tho occasion was an address The Democratic party amust words: at the around of nosev keeP t,h . accept jLff"1 'rom, their garbage cans. ,!?" upon tho prison. After the general a body to attend mass and receive until tho people aie goaded into a delivered by Deputy Regent Mrs. ' cmLn? to, a Jl1,0 d candidate ot these and thoso(who havo been arreted Th. "M were over the first meet- - uiy communion. wild course, and then comes stern iE. H. Trenck, of Indianapolis, who the shortly elections After the mas3 ""P,1 fined Sn hotel lobby politicians or tho party and ,., ,i pTOm court havo nof yet re- - beforo G o'clock. Only one mem-- , ,. ing of tho republican members of they returned to tho club house, repression. ' mado clear that with unity much n,.f i,raia be defeated. Many see noth- where a miniature people can bo accomplished; without It all will In this but Republican propa- tho real rub and tho public Is cor- - er' Representative Tho Cardlna" advises tho Connally, the Irish Parliament was held Januof banquet was ary 7, and another a week later, serVed in the largo auditorium. Tho to bear the present drastic military Is lost. Her address was both In-- 1 ing ", ganda of tho worst typo, as it is tainiy enuueu to an explanation, Purpose of the resolution, but Ro-- I at which tho matter of tho prlapnqrs "feed" was prepared by Vitus code In a Christian spirit, and not structlv and Inspiring. At tho closo known several of this group wero and though we see pictures show was discussed. A committee waB Wellington, who mado a hit with to expose themselves recklessly to of business as a social feature light ' ardent supporters ot Morrpw four slides and newspaper notices about uuui .uuuu, jiepresenia-- i asappointed to tako .charge of tho all Id attendance. The Initiation of Bevero punishment by needless woro refreshments served. Th6 vears ago under ' cover and their how Important the gathering of "Y5 Moore, of Pennsylvania, and! question of tho release of the In- - ninety-tw- o aiieiupieu parliamentary uo to increaso tactics are fooling no ono now, least garbage Is, thero is not the slightest new members In tho semblies or other practices, remem Louisville carcorated comrades, and tho first afternoon attracted n large crowd, bering that turmoil and discord .its membership to 500 within six of all tho loyal Democrats through- nfomn in tnii iiim lo ,.!..,. tin. lay throuchout the nlcht. cause. result of that committee's activty.and the degree 'team months, this number to bo con- out tho State, all of whom bollcvo gutlmge, how much it is costing tot Representative Mann charged that worked nover promote a goodsays As drilling, learned was tho escape, of Do Valera. smoothly, putting the candidates Judge tolately has hotermed a It tom- tributed as Its quota in answer to that either Messrs. Black, Cherry or gnthcr It, and if there Is another Democratic supporters of the reso-clt- y n "The first task was to survey tho through some great moral- - and in the world falling for the lution had delayed tho bringing of( tho call from tho national organi- Carroll will havo no troublo in dethat a voio unxn just oeiore aa- and discover tho possibilities 8icai lessons. same lino of "hunk" irom Div i d Tho closing address foolery, and goose-ste- pyoung men might zation for 5,00Qlnow members In feating Mprrow, tho to tho Greek mm '.TdP of a forceful coup. Just outside was .made by Row Father' Fallon. practice the day candidate of tho Republican party. .Quackem about how Important it Journment so that it would not bo t Kalends (a thatyjvIH never; Jft AmtfftSSUl tho Senate and so that tactics ot "tha Is that von must'nt Insult our nls passed by WIIs"bn"" ground onnIchraeTnBuuWs-wuiv'fac(;",0- r Presldont "Would if potato "a)i iBelng liuu patriotic oopie)"Vnd step wilful 'THmisn ADVOCATES 'nEAltST littloongroup" 'of soil men" is fall- by mixingcinders and or apple peel called upon to approve ornot benearer to freedom them ono. disapaslics. aiiowea to exercise unaer guaru. citizens and that they must conduct It may seem a flno thing to pose as ing and tho number uitli tho barren prove tho measure. This place wasr surrounded by a themselves as such at all times. Tho martyrs, For that ipart which the Board of gathering at these weekly conferTho delegation but martyrdom, for oven a American citizens ot ofIrishprominent ences Is dwindling perceptibly. Works doesn't toll us tho following "I daro to advlso tho political scries of barbed wlro entangle Initiation was closed by President higher descent, and holler causo, would havo ments. Several armed wardens Anthony McGulre, who told how Koystono Is gathered: Tho gaibago Is sold for party that attempts to throttle this Tho little merit if suffered in a spirit of appointed at tho recent Irish race polico shakeup In tho local causing S.J.2," a ton and luiuled to tlio resolution that It Is dealing with watched the prisoners while they pleased ho- was to bo President of department Is still convention in Philadelphia, won Its and display. Representative purchaser, a prominent Republican dynamite," said were out, and at sunset a force of bo great an organization and also vanity solemnly warns for action tho wide comment and He tho country fight Saturday Committee by give protesting groups little parades of who resides .four miles oulside tiio Galllvan, of Massachusetts. Demo military was thrown about tho the fact that this timd they broko igalnst aro seen dally to secret societies, tho past ex- ' House Rules city on tho Ncwburg road. Now crat. "I appeal to tho Houso to City Hall, prison. Becauso of this military it their previous record of 1906, perience going Into of which In Ireland should right of way in Congress to a reso- - this Captain tho that Captainwanting Just figure this out for yourself. stop this nonsense apd give contranswas decided to bo unwiso to try to which was sixty-fivor this record bo a sufficient deterrent. Discussing lution instructing the American ' rush tho place for fear of loss of having held good for thirteen years the Carsonlte movement for secular- delegates at Paris to urge Iroland's ferred or reduced. Tho stationing Tho city has wagons and cans, as- sideration to a resolution for tho sisted by the "nosey" inspectors, to relief of a people who havo been Guolda life and 'tho probable death of Do and being broken only this year. izing tho national schools, Cardinal causo beforo the Pcaco Conference. of Capt. a signed in tho First district gather the garbage. It Is then suffering for several centuries and protest from many Valera. Tho next move was to comhearing the delegation, brought Loguc says the moment has been After Marret, where brok- j taken to Preston tho world municate with Do Valora, which was THOMAS ADDIS EM3D3T. ikllfully for springing tho which was headed by Justlco John of tho leading merchants and Yards a tiansfer stationand been estab- to let in President know that we ho has ers of very difficult. However, ono Sinn Bourbon Stock Wilson plot when the means of resistance Is W. Goff and Daniel F. Cohalan, of against tho appointment, and among lished with a Superintendent and said ho entered tho war when his Felnor started working on a garden 'to mako Dr. Thomas Addis Emmet, inter- crippled seriously, and when, In Now York, tho Rules Committee tho signers was Clay McCandless, a corps of assistants who separate the Bmall nations plot, of which there were several nationally known as a physician, pursuance of a policy he never had agreed to Teport out a rule making free' " Mr. Galllvan Republican Board of garbage sonle more and then It IsUssoHnri timt if Uin Vonm rinfr. near tho prison. Ho attracted De author and leader of the movement ceased to regard as 111 advised and tho resolution in order in tho House member of the Aldermen. Sheriff Ross and his hauled In one of tho $5,000 Packard icnco adjourned without giving Valera's attention ono day by sing- for Irish homo rule, died at his ruinous, tho Irish people wore left beforo adjournment. (furnished the city by Mr. ian,i ing Sinn Fein songs in Gaelic, in home in New York City Saturday almost completely unrepresented In Ireland ar-- . friends kicked strenuously over tho Later tho delegation, which s company) out to tho placo on of which he told tho leader that an night In his Tuesday, reduction was Capt. Smyser, but a HcrtNevjburff road. Figure this for wouId bo tho only "oppressed coun-th- e , rived Washington in d year. Dr. Parliament. turned to their attempt would bo mado to rescue Emmet was ono of tho few AmeriReferring to tho revolutionary cabled at tho Whlto House to see deaf ear once more emphasizing com- yourse f. The extra help used In try in Europe" and that England the him. The warders' suspicions wero cans who havo been made Papal Socialists, he says there is reason President Wilson and personally plaints, these columns that Ross and gathorlng, the transfer station holp, would bo tho only oppressor of the In Q wori(j not aroused, becauso it was not un- Counts, having been olovated to tho lo fear that tho plague has caught present to him resolutions and tip supporters nro persona non grata ,th?.b,F. tr" .w!th, J.1? 1?? "2"el In opposing tho resolution Rop- common for Irish workmen to bo rank of Knight Commander of St. hold of some of the Irish trado memorials adopted at the Philadel- his big clock. Then , resentatlve Connally said the Inter, about .the prison. This man ap- Gregory tho Great by Popo Plus In unions. An alliance has been phia convention. They failed to over under tho tbn peared several, days later and again 190G, on recommendation of tho claimed with tho Bolshovlkl, whoso seo tho President, but wero told again somo of tho Republican poli- return to handle it,a and receives In nal, affairs or ureat uritam were no ton. But ofi concorn to tho people of tho United sang a ballad, In which ho told Do lato Cardinal Farley. Dr. Emmet bloodstained career has shocked tho that he would receive them In New ticians aro dissatisfied over tho hold- course Just $3.25 reform adminis- peoplo of this Valera that tho rear exit of the was born at the University of Vir- sensibilities of Christendom, roviving York Tuesday night aftor he ing of somo of the Democrats who tratlon it helps the by giving States. The would resent country.y policemen, and they want are prison was the most feasible for ginia, where his father was a V a In an exaggerated form the worst spoke at tho Metropolitan r VhS ll0 asserted, Opera themreal removed quicker to replace in. ey pro the attempt and asking Do Valera ot t,on ln th Brlt,8h Parliament Porto Ho was a graduato of Jef- horrors of tho Reign of Terror In House on the League of Nations. machh The "ourt them with "yap" motormen and to secure an impression of tho key for o the French revolution a nice ferson Medical College, Philadelconductors or somo relations from to tho gato. truly for holy Ireland, the COVINGTON. degree Breathitt county who they want to garbage rulo ohould force tho Board Representative Gallagher, of "Tho impression of the key was phia, and held an honorary Insti- Cardinal comments. by that of LL. bring in off tho farm. In this move of Works to publhh moro facti secured. I am not quite sure of tution. D., conferred Bishop McKenna, of Clogher, In "ol!' ovcn authr, r tho resolution, said Last Sunday at tlovlnfton there they aro supported unanimously by the garbage than the His last public utterance tho method, but I presume it was was a letter of commendation and his Lenten letter, terms President took place In tho Mother of God tho holdup men and crooks, who slides in tho picture shows. If thelthat " measure were not the same as the ono I myself em- encouragement to the Irish raca Wilson the ablest and most farsee- - - parish an unusual event, the cole- - like many others on tho top wave board wants to run a picture sure approved by the Senate, favorable ployed at one time, which was making of the world's statesmen, and Uratlon of tho diamond jubilee of ot prosperity want to hog it all, and to excito tho publio's attention, a acUon,1b:, tho H?uso FlBht. obta,n ing a paste of bread and soap and convention held In Philadelphia. adds: (the St. Bernard Bonevolont Society. want easier pickings if that Is pos- ono reel of the poor old negro nlnetv sympathetic consideration foT then distracting the warder's at'Our kith and kin In America, 'which for seventy-fiv- e years has been sible (by getting of ago who was fined $10 and, 'a"1, at the Peaco Conference, of tho few ' key was GENEROUS BEQUESTS. Tho hPc that had been enter tention while tho big rnd Indeed tho whole American a prominent feature of parochial real policemen that lid loft. James sent to tho Work House for daring aro slapped Into tho pasto for a second. people, aro putting up a splendid activities. Tho members of the so R. LIndley, a Democratic holdover, to take a crust of bread from a uueu mm wiibuu wumu Tho will of Mrs. Julia Laugan, light for justlco for Ireland. Wo ciety This impression was wrapped In received holy communion at! was fired tho other day for going garbage can would causo wldo If not cspouso Ireland's cause was rudely J, 191C, and paper with a stone and thrown to dated Novembo: checked Tuesday night when ho and aro deeply piobaled Saturday, disposing of an highly appreciate manifestations of solemn high mass celebrated by aigr. off his beat to trail a suspicious favorable comment. grateful for these met tho committee from the Irish tho singer In tho garden plot. Henry Tapport, the pastor, and In character. Ho ought to havo known estate valued at 20,500, contained friendship and strong sup- the afternoon attended solemn ves- - better. race convention in New York on "While this was going on four a number of bequests to local char- warm DUTY IS TO HELP. Sinn Feiners escaped from tho Unk ities, to tho evo of his' departure for Paris. pers, when tho Jubilee sermon, was Chief of Polico IFotty now anwhich she had 'been a port." Bishop Fogarty, of Klllaloe, pro- preached by tho Rev. Father Thco-- j nounces that the Keystone Polico prison in Wales, and this caused generous donor all through her llfo. Cardinal Gibbons issued through President Wilson Urged that no tho authorities to double tho guards Among d Band will soon bo a reality and that tho n questions bo urged and gave no In National War Savings bequests aro $2,000 tests against tho shameless hypocrisy uuiu, J. P. ii. nit.' cuieuruiiuu of all the jails and postpone tho pach to the cash Sunday night with a festive he has secured a conductor. thn followlnir anneal for con dication of what his action at tho He Mary Snerlcan, a sister, and which tramples on Ireland and dereleaso of Do Valera. In Lincoln Anna M. Monahan; $1,000 to Ella mands for the gathering of the members and their might havo went further and said tinued support of tho Government's, Peace Conference would be. In somo Prison the Inmates were counted Monohan, $1,000 equally to John E., colored races. auarters there Is belief that so far ho would have a whole pllo of con- war savings campaign this year: friends In the parish hall, when Archbishop Gllmartin, of Tuam, continually and the strictest watch Edward M. and James R. Sheiidan; Bernlng, of Cincinnati, Hon- ductors and motormen, too, to mako "The man, womanor child who is 'he Is concerned Ireland's case was maintained. of the Catholic up tho band, as tho Keystono polico has learned to spend wisely 'and has been closed beforo It has ever $500 each to Mary Shea and the rejoices that Ireland stands knock- orary President "The sentries about tho rear ot Nazareth Literary and Benevolent ing at tho gates of liberty not as a Union of Ohio, was tho principal department pretty look forward to tho future, and lay been heard. Is composed His course may tho prison wero a grave menace to Society and $500 to pay off an in- beggai but as a nation, strong in speaker, and a splendid programme nearly of all tho barn boys irom tho by something which will help in "tako" In certain quarters, but there tho plans, and the committee tried debtedness of St. Charles Borromeo manhood and strong in justice. was rendered. Street Railway Company. Many of unforseen emorgency, is not only Is a largo section of tho American Bishop McIIugh, of Dorry, warns to And girls in tho neighborhood church; $300 each to Daniel M. them wero taken off tho car plat- helping himself, but Is becoming a peoplo who will not only deeply who could bo employed to influence Shea, Anna Monohan and John L. tho people against the adoption of JEFFERSONVILLE. forms so fast thoy haven't had time and more useful citizen. We ferot that tho President has closed to shako their celluloid collars. Chief them. This attempt was given up, Sheridan; $200 each to the Little nny Ferret methods, and whatever welcome the opportunity af- -. his ears to the appeal of a nation finally a telegram was Sisters of the Poor, St Vincent de action may bo deemed necessary In membership of Petty said in the Times that it should by our Government to con- - seeking justice, but who will refuse With a charter however, and tho defense of liberty, ho says, let 175 tho Young Men's Catholic Club, wouldn't bo a "hick" band either, forded the saving habit. To buy to bo convinced that a lasting peaco sent to Dublin for two handsome Paul Society, St. Vincent Qrphan tinup young women, both highly cultured Asylum, William F. Bennett and it be open and under no circum- of Jeffersonvllle, has completed Its seeming to forget tho idea that onco War Savings Stamps Is- tho clear cau be secured, even by a league stances let thoro be obligation Im- .organization and the following ofll- - a "hick" always a "hick," or In duty of every American university graduates, who arrayed Edward Monohan, and $100 each citizen, of nations, while a patent wrong cers have been elected: Charles M. other words, the old adago still young or old. I urge all "of our Is unredressed, while a peoplo themselves as shop girls and crossed to St. Thomas' Orphan Asylum and posed in secret and under oath. Tho Bishop of Ardagh says: "Our Tracy, President; Benjamin T. holds good, "You can tako tho boy the channel. Mre. Katherino Wood. Tho residue promoto this campaign by mandlng liberty aro Ignored and rulers Vlco President; James out of the country, but you can't every to "Tho girls deliberately set out to Is bequeathed to tho Rev. diaries P. ence daro not deny us independI excluded from a conference that Is means in their power. Thero flirt with tho soldiers and soon came Raffo, pastor of St. Charles Bor- revolutionary will bo no need for Houser, Financial and Recording tako the country out ot tho boy." urge our good peoplo to give it called for the purposo of securing HInstenberg, Maybo Chief Potty ,wlll now anaction. That would Secretary; Albert to know most of tho guards. Do romeo church, of which Mrs. Laugan be heartiest support the mistakes pf our lives. Lot Treasurer: R. D, Nlehaus, Thomas nounce that parade wo often havo their splendid evidences ot and rrom worm peaco. Valera was informed by codo In a was one of tho first members. their paIrishmen lovo tholr country, but be- Mullen, Frank Berbet and M. E. pleaded for of the Keystono police, tho February 3 was' set for lotter that triotism shown In tho last two years CONSISTORY. ware of secret societies and revolu- Dolnn, Directors. Tho organization headed by tho Keystono "Jazz" band. his escape and tho procedure to bo OUT OF WAR. confident that it will meet tion: they do not bring rebirth of was formed to tako tho place of the Geo! what a hit that will make, to I am great outlined as much as followed was success." Tho Holy Father Popo Benedict - Columbian Club, Keystoners coming with became In- possible. On tho ovo of February Lieut. John Rellly, son of Mr nations, but devastation and de- inctlvo on accountwhich many of Its seo tho bunch ofstreets headod by a has appointed Monday as the date down our main of packed with and Mrs. Edward Rellly. East Elm struqtlnn. 3 four motor cars, for holding tho next consistory, but LARGEST CITIES. members going to war. The new "rube" band, that Is a sure enough wero sent wandorlng street, Now Albany, who recently Irishmen, as no Cardinals aro to be created (club will have Its headquarters In rube' band, followed hy. aH tho BISHOP GIVES WARNING. about the country near Lincoln, to rAfumorl frntn "Prntino who! tin The ten largest cities of this this session of the-- Papal Senate the large auditorium at St. Augusconductors and miscellaservo as decoys, for tho police. At'sorVed in tho 326th Field Artillery, will bo a secret one. only for tho neous "hicks" dressed up ns police- country, with their respective The Bishop of Limerick, himself tine's school building 4 o'clock tho prlsonors wero brought arrived homo Monday, having been are as follows: Now York. preconizauon or msnop3 appointed men. If this comes oft tho clrcui ' in' from their period of exorcise. discharged from tho servlco at Camn a confirmed Sinn Felner, points out Chicago, 2.185.000; .stneo me last consistory, ins parades of tho coming summer will 4.776,000; REAPPOINTED. norlod Sherman. Thov then had a three-hou- r certain dangers which threaten the 1,549,000; St, Louis, nesa will pronounce an allocution ot fall flat In comparison. A parade now movement. Ha savs: "I havo for wandering about the prison beuuu ninety lliiliuriiuici Uiove- - auaio sort would Postmaster John A. Cody, of for tho B87.0U0; Boston, eVU.VUU; more than onco warned, its followorj Albany, was one of the Indiana New, of thisand Charlie bo a sight "Fatty" land. 600.000; Baltimore, 558,000; fore they wero locked up for tho AN IDEAL MAP. gods, Chaplin, to beware of two snares, namely sight. QUEEN'S DAUGHTERS. of Indiana reappointed by Arbiicjde and Douglns Fairbanks nil Pittsburgh, 533.000; Detroit, "In the dusk, shortly after 4 The Kentucky Itailroad Commis- armed rebellion and secret societies. President WUron. Buffalo, 423,000. Hi3 name was one wouldn't get half tho o'clock, tho girls, appeared and on- - sion has issued a map of tho Stato Sinn Fein is an open, clean and pent to the Senate and there was rolled Into cruffawg as this flittering , Tho Queen's Daughters held their laughs and tleed the guards from the rear of which reflects great credit on tho legal movement springing from tho no opposition to his confirmation. nrray of Keystoners would bring. DEATH RATES. annual spring meeting and nominaas possible. Then work of the members, us it is tho very heart of the Irish nation, oth- Postmaster Cody was" first appointed Of course there are some people who the prison as far tion of officers yesterday afternoon ..two Sinn Feiners quickly cut tho most complete of its kind over is- erwise it would not haye swept the on February 16, 1915, for a term won't laugh, and that is tho victims Tho averago duration of tho life : at tho Knights of Columbus Hall, path through the barbed wire. At sued and will prove of great value country as it has in the election of four years, and his term exnlred of our numerous holdtipq and rob- of a human being Is b, very gratifying attendanco S o'clock De Valera, with MeGarry not only ia an educational way but Just oyer." of all the peoplo of members, The election will tako If it can keep itself this month. He was appointed on beries nn" the cynical citizens who years. and Mlllroy (the two Sinn Felnem from a mercantile standpoint. The worthy of such high commendation th tho recommendation of Congress- think that, we ought to get real born; die before they are six years- plare next month. Tuesday mect-teen who escapedijwlth De Valera), naun-tra- d map shows In addition to the rail- the movement will merit the before they are six- Board of Directors held their man W, K. One nt he expiration of police at $3.50 a day for the amount old, one-hyearn old, and only one wrson ing at the residence of Mrs. J .' to the back gate. Thalr way 'and Interurban !!n the oil of the friends of Ireland Well, vou can't tho term of M. jJBert Thurman, the of taxes paid-in- . Iarph7. n 100 Uvea to toe friends oataide crept up and opened and coal section of Kentucky. last Republican ittppolatr. tlfy everybody In tola world. SONG IS SUNG CLERGYMEN DEMOCRATS CONGRESS 1 I lLllmX? 'eiKe'?,,, I Ultra-National- ist Sclf-Rul- o. . - v h. 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S LOUISVILLE, KY PROUD OP SHEUIiEY. SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1919 J 1 was A surprise entertainment and 5 given at tho home ofr Mr.AlbanyMrs. Michael Haller in .New to celebrate tho homecoming of their . Sergeant Edward soldier sons, was In sorvlce in Haller, who France, and Frank Haller, who was Among the recent arrivals at St. at Newport News. Petersburg, Fla.,"was Dr. Bernard Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hahn, 909 AsTuau, of thlj city. Louisville Gas & Electric Co. East Madison street, announco the Incorporated. Send a man to make a free cost esti Mrs. Joo Hagan had as a recent marriage of their daughter, Miss Agnes Ida Hahn. to Frank C. Fetter wiring my home. mate for 311 West Chestnut Street visitor her sister, ,Mrs. Kathleen on February 25 at St. Martin's Vlttltow, ' or ,Nel8onvnio. leading Protestant churches. The reception followed tho church. A Name re co track and church merger won't dangers, and that there wasn't "a Charles J. Hollihan arrived home ceremrfny. Mr. and Mrs. Fetter will Will Cook, chance in a million years" of So- tliis week from Now York, just be- be homo after April 1 affect tho little fellow halt as much You, Clean Sew as the merger into ono big bank, cialism' emerging from he sphere ing discharged from tho navy. Adijress Mrs. J.' P. Hanley, of Peterson where he feels a little awed In the of "talk and theory." Thursday at West avenue, entertained Col. There isn't any audible mention ChestnutM. J. Brennan, oflaid up luncheon in honor of Mrs. W. B. presence of ponderous capital. Some "street, has been O'Connell, of Newport, and Mrs enterprising citizens of ,"nvpre talk and theory" today; this week' with an attack of grip. Louisville Edgar SlWfer, of Denver. Covers could strike a fertllo field by bpen-in- g the world Is going through" the terIffiLPING LOCAL TRIESTS. Mrsi John M. Duffy and Miss were laid for, tho following: Moswould appeal to rifying experience of Socialism in a bank that dames Edgar Sheffor, W. B. O'Con Marcella Meagher, of Brook street, nell. E. W. Rliubesky, Robort the from Passionist fathers Olter. the individual Instead of corpora- the saddle. Tho prediction of tho are ill with an attack of Retreat J M. Hall, of Lexington, and Mrs. Sacred Heart evening will assist, at Popes has come true true in its moji big nuslness. tions and services and the Lenter J. P. Hanlpy. entirety. When the Holy Fathers preach sermons in local churches . .. . 1139 ' .., of Miss Nellie Flneean. LENTEN SEASON. nrnrnod nfnlnqf 4hn rtnaf rnnf Inn nf follows: .!- .- i, " Ann naruiiinn was nosi at as On Tuesdays At oiVi: ... T f. ;." " party Sat...society civil thoughtless the ! very. cei;A"nu"Srftn.v and day cnJoyabldWMO" home of - and Sacred Heart. St. Patrick's with an This week wo entered upon the laughed. her .afternoon at ,iho When tho Vicars of bronchial trouble. At St. Paul's holy season of Lent, tho special i On Wednesdays parents, Mr. andIrs. S. R. Haid-maChrist declared that Socialism Her guests included Misses and St. Cecilia's. time of fast and abstinence estabMrs. John T. Mnlone gave a cuJl- - T,0uise Campbell.' Elizal.pth Klrbv. Where is the lad who will St. Anthony's would abolish tho Christian family On Sundays At lished by our Holy Mother the Jr' Jfh. home and would communlze and degrade droit's party at her ner on Willow- Lavinia Kanvpfnvueller. Ruth 'u.- - and Holy Trinity, "Church, In Imitation- of the forty iivenue in iionor ui be take care of, the shoes he does miiu uiki- nily, Jane McGehee, Angela Cumin Also on Sundays thcro will women the irreverent' scoffed. And ter, Mlra Ruth Malone. sermon at llena May Jaxon. Katho-lnPUce special, services with days' fast of our Blessed Lord and yet these horrors have come to pass. not like? Margaret Hargrove, Frances dates, Sacred Heart Retreat, on Newburg , to preparo us for the Paschal com,r : , who ,uu . William lumoiu.-They are making a hell out of EurEmille Watzenborn, Drro'uy Hasan road, at 3 o'clock. On Fridays munion. Tho holy season of Lent ope some The popularity of our boys' in this very year of grace. They Lakes Trainlns time at iuthe Great Maiy Cassell, Louise Hlcglns, Fanny there will bo tho Stations of tho Chicago, Thompson. Genevieve Ourran. Iel'n Cross at 3 p. m. at the Retreat. School Is of great antiquity and Is deare confirming in blood and tears returned homo last Friday, Grunwald. Mary Virginia Joseph. shoes with both "Son" and scended from the Apostles. It has Carolyn Howard' and Ellne Brach. MAKING UTAR LINENS. always been observed in every por- and misery the wisdom of the Mrsi Frank A. Meune and daugli parents makes "Boston Shoes" they are confounding ter, Miss tion of the church. Tho first Chris- church, and Catherine Menne. after CORP. HKNNESSY LANDS. The Junior Circle or tho Queen's the foolishness of the world. nWIH spending some time in New Orleans, tians kept a vory strict' fast and the choice of live young Amercommendable Daughters began It Corporal Harry J, Hennessy, who Lenten work of making altar linens gave in alms what they retrenched the world profit by the frightful aro noyr on a trip to Florida, and lesson? icans. Will the powers in tho Cuba. has been over In France since last on Wednesday - afternoon at tno Jrom their tables. v people registered in Julv, arrived at Now York Saturday lesldence of Liss Wilhelmlna Waller, Peace Conference at Paris continue Louisville Wo should ondetavor to spend persons to neglect availing themselves of the New York last week wero S. B. and writes from Camp Upton that 722 South Third street, ah Bewed with tho ,chis holy season in the proper Kennedy, Miss A, Miller, Miss A. (J tho folks from home can look for who have formerly spirit and to proparo- for our good counsel and influence of the Barrett, Myrlck Winkler and D. F. hi mat most any minute. Ho was junlots during the Lenten season, greatest moral force upon the connected with Park Battery, Sec- whether they are memuers or tno Lewis. Paschal duties. "Wo must seek to ond Artillery Corps, and took part tociety or not, are cordially Invited earth? Be sure "That Boy" gets his next pair of Shoes from expiate our sins by penance proIn this work for In the big battles in Argonno For- to again Justa Cassler, who has been portionate to their grievoitBness. To est and other places, and says that the poor churches. THE SOUTH'S GREATEST SHOE STORE. overseas service on the. trans he saw Ireland won't be suppressed or and enjoyed (?) everything this end the church exhorts U9 Ignored. As the Indiana Catholic port Tiger, now at Newport News, from shooting at to being shot at, FATHER MURRAY TO SPEAK, without ceasing during Lent, by says, she has landed right in thp is expected to arrive homo next in addition to being bombpd by Gerweek. giving tho most helpful instruc- middle of tho Peace Conference. Rev Thomas A. Murray, army man airplanes during his rest (?) deat Camp Taylor, to animate our confidence and tions !nnnln, g,.m T. RnhnrHuin nQn. nOUrB. Alter UIO arnilBUCO JIO WHS chaplain religious address will tho at make us enter Into ourselves. Wo uty State Fire Marshal, has been stationed near Verdun, and with liver a meeting of the Knights of PASTORAL ON SUFFRAGE. regular tlT-FOURTH AVENUB confined to his home this past week him were two other Trinity Council Columbus, this talk 'being one of find these Instructions particularly and Paul nrieffs with a threatened attack of pneu- - boys. John (Donnelly In a pastoral letter to tho many arranged as the Lenten in the gospels of Lent. The first Bowling, who are still at Brest. the Bishop Sunday of Lent the church shows of the diocese of Detroit, Import-- monla Corporal Hennessy was formerly sehedulo for tho Knights. The anGallagher dwells! upon the anu nual retreat of tho council will tako us Josus in the desert fasting and unco of women exercising their right Misi President of "Trlnitv Council Miss Beezlo Hannan and Secretary of the Twin City Bowling placo March 27, 28, 29 and 30. rsiamlo waisii, wno navo been Eipend- praying. On the second Sunday to vote. "With vote," Bishop ing two weeks at French Llck League, and he has a host of local she speaks to us of heaven 'which Gallagher tho right to also como WITH THE ANGELS. says, "has tho Springs, left Saturday to spend friends who aie anxiously waiting will be the recompense of the truly corresponding duty to vote as well two weeks In New York to extend him tho glad mlt and Sympathy of friends and relatives kill the fatted calf. penitent, On tho third Sunday she as tho heavy responsibility, for the TWO-PiEC- E Michael Is tendered and Stella Mrs. William B. O'Connell, of depicts tho unhappy state of sin to conduct of tho Government under Craln, 1517 Anderson street, from OWENSBORO. responsi Newport, has been enjoying a pleas which we live. Is SUITS. Angel has induce us to quit It, and "on the bility which can This be a whose home Death's not shirked by ant visit Here as the guest of Mr. Three-piec- e taken their little son James W., fourth sho holds up to our view remaining avfay from tho polls. If and Mrs. John P. Hanley at their The funeral of Rabbi Theodore Levy, of Temple Adath Israel, one whoso short Ufo brought them comthe holy communion in which we corruption reigns in 'nign places, ir noine on rciorson avenue Wednesday of the most prominent citizens of fort and happiness. unlit men who permit the morals of should all participate. WE AEK RESPONSIBLE. Mr and Mrs. Victor II. Scheydt. Owensboro, who died of pneumonia morning tho body was tenderly laid the community to be debauched Tho last fifteen days of Lent aro are placed in office, if laws lframcil who was Mies Edna May Merten. at Camp Sherman, Ohio, was held to rest In St. Louis cemetery. BEST SERVICE IN TOE CITY. are -- making their homo at 184 1 Sunday afternoon from the temple consecrated to tho Passion' of our in the Interests of m 'malefacto CHARITY UNTAXED. Blessed Lord. For this reason tho of great wealth,' but crushing lite Sherwood avenuo. Their marrioge and was largoly attended, the fuau-- l was nuiotly solemnized at St. James neral cortege being more than a backs of the laborlnc church in tho gospel of each day grinding the face of the men Internal Treasury Department, poor, ai chnrch on February 18. mllo long. At the grave the unINCORPORATED j rehearses the benefits and the most enncteu. ir statutes are passed ' usual spectacle of a Jewish rabbi, Revenue Service, Collector's Office, Both Phones 2635. John R. Jones and bride, who was a Catholic priest and a Protestant Louisville, Ky., March 6, 1919. striking miracles of Our Savloun which yiojato tho civil or religious 421 W. Chestnut St. Mies returned or which and tho injustice of tho Jews who rights of ourtocitizens,- morality, oie from Josle Godfrey, have and aro minister taking part In the services Contribution which may bo deducted good detrimental their wedding In computing the was witnessed. 'Rabbi "put Him to death. On Friday be- ultimate responsibility both in the receiving their friend trip the home Paducah, conducted tho Jacobs, of individual taxpayer net Income of an tjie at Include not only services. fore tho Passion she celebrates tho light of God and men falls on the of the bride's mother, Mrs. Margaret Tributes were paid to Rabbi Levy donations to incorporated instituB EXPERT on tho con- - Godfrey, C27 Floral Terrace, R BooJdtplnS-by Father B. S. Fitzgerald, of St. tions, but thoBe given to similar asSeven Dolors of the Blessed Virgin, shoulders and Tests When you master these wonderful systems. They meet Accounting sciences of those who, possessing They Paul's Catholic ''church, and the sociations which are not incorpomodern conditions and Government requirements. whoso heart was pierced with sor- the sovereign right of euffrase. fall His many friends will be glad to Rev. M. B. Bucknor. former nastor rated. Contributions to War Chest save tho student 20 per cent. In time and money over the row on seeing the treatmpnt which to use it virtuously at the polls." who has of the First Christian church. learn that Fred Barton, funds. War Camp Community funds, old bookkeeping methods or Pitman or Graham Shorthaal. beeh critically ill with pneumonia S her DIvino Son suffered. Tho last nnd similar funds which were raised Taught exclusively at INTENTION FOR MARCH. !nt his home on Brook street, is now sololy for organizations supporting week of Lent is called Holy Week LONG LIFE ENDS. convalescent and hopes to lie able Bryant : Stratton Bmsiness College, and furthering war relief, aro likeon account of tho greatness and His Holiness Popo Bonedlct XV. to be out again next week. Simon .Kreamer, the oldest mer- wise deductible items on personal Louisville, Ky. r Third and Walnut grandeur and holiness of tho mys has recommended "Sailors" to the (Incorporated) chant tailor and for over a half returns within the limit named In Xaw Classes Start Monday Pay aaa Might A. J. Gross announces the mar- a century an industrious and re the law. All gifts and donations to terles which tho church presents to Apostleship of (Prayer as the gen- oral Intention us and tho holiness, which she re- March. .With for the month of age of his daughter, Miss Rita spected resident of this city, died churches are deductible. It being that paternal solid-- . Gross, to Floyd Robinson. quires of us. Therefore we should tudo which Is exercised In a par wedding took placo Tuesday in Tho Wednesday morning at his ihome held by tho bureau that every the a religious, cor- HARVEY-JELLICstreet. He had all endeavor to spend this season ticular manner ove.r those children, rectory of St. Cecilia's church, the on East Chestnut- pioneer members church constitutes O poration or association for the purbeen one of the are in the most recollected manner, who Holy' exposed to special dangers, Rov. Father Craney officiating. or St. Martin's church, from where poses of this deduction. Donations upon the Father ' (INCORPORATMD) abiding by tho regulations of the of his spiritual dwells whomtho lot the funeral took place this morning. to missionary funds, church .buildsons, duty, Last (Monday morning Francis J. Surviving him are eight children, ing funds, or for church activities, church and preparing to rise with Inclination or necessity calls to a Corcoran, a soldier at Camp. GlassKreamer, who which are intended for the furtherour Risen Lord 'on Easter day In life amid tho perils of the sea. Ho cock, Miss Nellie Schlfler, of William and Andrew in the ance of ohurch work, constitute deknows tho, many and various dangeni JeffersonvlUe, were united in mar- are Individually engaged DISTRIBUTORS OF THE pur iBaster communion. Joseph Kreamer, ductible Items. There can be no ihat threaten tho spiritual as well riage by the Ttev. Father Michael tailoring business;,L. who is with 'tho N.; Robert departure from the restrictions deas the" temporal welfare of sailors, Halpln at 'St. Auystine3 church. Kraemer. Mrs. John Fartusch, Mrs, fined In tho law, that the deductiIS IT TOO LATE? ana on Demur or these seafaring to mon he appeals to the faithful of the Mr, and" Xrs. James JAcCleary George Allgier and Misses Lizzie bility is limitedpart contributions $o .,.. of the earnings and Kate Kraemer. His wife has institutions no ivifl Underi tho bove captloa the WOnn. . Winn atmi wava ,.... atitn.- (Live aMv.m..aMj .. .. ...,. ...w auiiuuui,TU iuu- nmuiafiQ ti. been dead for about two years. of which inures to the benefit Of S6.65 Catholic Telegraph cites the fact boafd accidents take their heavy ifiotr .iamrhtr w Tartii. wrinn. any , private stockholder or Indiof Tictlms. every year, and we Place your next order with us. Terms cash. that for many decades, the CMhoilc toll nraed to pray that those who 0 Jamea P. Kearns. The marriage vidual, and that the total deduction SANG CAMP MASS. are pulpit, the Catholic pnu and the are called suddenly by 1e Angel of was soiemnizea at st. unaries Raffo may not exceed IB per cent, of the ohuroh, Rer, Father Sunday morning Mrs. Fred Harlg, taxpayer's net income as computed Dewtfc may not be unprepared for performlnc the osremony. CmthMle platform were the the organist, and the choir of St. without the benefit of this, deduc , which fought - against the the summons, Individual members out tion. S 8.10 Thaaa ttras ara alt tort gaanateae Tharmold PL The marriage of Miss Helen Mary Magdalen's efaurch went mass nart&ershln may include in theof dea 10x1 msidlou3 growth of Socialism. The M steok, with mm aa swici amaal ic t- and EMBER DAYS, Mil Tbermold W. Bum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, to Camp Taylor boys sang the . a . lQ.St Tharmoid PL Next Wednesday, lllu8tiious Leo XTJl , with at Knights of ductions for contributions their proFiidaTand Matthew Busel, to Thurman for the soldier mv .... . i!!..mm atWi solicit oail to TMrmold PL fcetti stoies. OP Ing wisdom, saw the horrible dam- - Saturday are Ember days and the Graveeby was eotomnized Saturday Columbns building No. 4, There portionate shares of such donations SlxSg Tharmoid Ns. 8. and the maed by the partnership. In each tMt ls blndin on veT Catholic, in JeffereooTllle, the Rev. Father was a large attendance Main Office iters Louisville Tire ittd Rubber C, Ciir HiONm chow was greatly ap case, however, the limitations deRetail Branch . HHto. of St Anfurtlne's. work of the Mats, 10t Incorporated 4M ft. TMXMD Vt. law must be observed. fined in the preciated. bodied in the principles of Social-Isand he sounded frequently a Louisville Democrats and the note of warning which It would wen dent voters can well bo proud have been well for the world to of tho ovation tendered Congress have heeded. His encyclical and man Swagar Sherley on Ills retire-"me- other letters and many of his adfrom Congress this week after dresses exposed the perils which sixteen years of service. Congress- Socialistic theories, If put into pracman Sherley's Tecord as a statesman tice, would bring to Church and can Is one tnat his constituents upon the na- ainrv n jinil'Mu flpfpnt reflects dlS' State; and he called of the eiirth combat th credit on the partisans who caused fal doctrines. Plus X., the worthy his retirement from the country's . .... ....nMf. .. T ja VTTT M... . r 1 .1... LUC DUUtCfiaUl iJCU .lllit VUUUUUUU service. crusade for Christian democracy against the vagaries of the follow- IS IRELAND EXCEPTED? orn nf ffnrl Mnrr. nml rpnpntofl fho Provost Marshal Crowder's agaJnst th(J chn(JS anfl r,ot ords show that Irishmen In this fnjm Socla3m h wou,d COUULry luwusiiuu whs min"i, In the working. centago of those waiving .exemption The world at largo paid little In the war draft, making a better heed to tho solemn admonitions of Englishmen showing than native the Popes. Religious prejudice preand Frenchmen residing in this vented it from appreciating the country. Despite this and the fact exthousands of our boys in tie salutary wisdom, of the Papal that hortations. Catholics, however, recarmy and navy aro of Irish extraction thoTQ are people in this country ognized the sound discernment of who aro bitterly opposed to accord- tho Sovereign Pontiffs, and they rallied to 'the defense of religion, ing Ireland fair treatment. morality and social order. Bishops, priests and people enlisted In the THE MERGER CRAZE. campaign against Socialism. The merger craze seems to have Churches, schools and newspapers struck these parts with a kept up a continuous attack upon First comes the merger the menacing propaganda, until of Kentucky's race tracks, then the deeven somo of our own people merger of the banks, and now clared that we were "overdoing tho comes the merger of some of our job," that we were magnifying the nt "ns -. rec-arnIn- j- When the question aroso botween the Louisville Railway Company an dthe unions as to what was a living wage by agreement it was submitted td tho War Labor Board sitting at Washington. Tho board 'after hearing both sides determined . that tho employes of the conipany So far as wo are advised there were entitled to a matorial advance. is no disposition on clthor eido to evado In any particular tho award of tho War Labor Board. Some question has arisen, however, in regard to tho interpretation of certain, passages of tho award and with that In view 'a hearing is shortly to be held for tho purpose of clearing up certain points. The voluntary increase made in wages by tho Street Railway Company during the year 1918 and tho award made by tho War Labor Board dating back to Augusts 1918, has placed a very largo increased operating expense upon the Louisvillo Railway. From tho general statements made It appears that if the present standard of wages is very material decreaso in tho cost of maintained and there is not a material the Railway Company will have to curtail to a vory largo degree Its service to tho public. Anyone having any fairness will recognize that tho cost, due to war conditions, of living expenses and also the operation of properties has Increased from 100 to 200 per cent, during tho past year. Tho result thereforo follows that unless gross revenues can bo very largely Increased these high expenses can not be met. It is quite apparent that there is no prospect for a largo increase in gross revenues. Tho fact is there is every indication that the gross revenues will bo diminished in tho year 1919. This is largely duq to tho fact that tho number of visitors to tho city, duo to tho decreaso in the number of eollders at Camp Zachary Taylor, will not bo nearly as largo In tho present year as during tho past year. Both the city and the street railway aro placed In a dilemma, which is either to grant an increase in somo form of fares or to have such a curtailment of public service by the Street Railway Company Nothing as to perhaps seriously interfere with the public convenience. adds more to the prestige of a city with starngers and prospective inhabitants visiting it than a "prompt and efficient street railway service, and It would be a public calamity should tho present service be reduced to such a point as to seriously interfere with the convenience of tho traveling public. In more than 450 cities in this country, many of them tho size of Louisvillo, increases In fares have been promptly granted by tho municipal administrations. Would not the dilemma bev avoided by treating the Street Itallway Company with the same consideration as "Its employes and other people are treated, namely, to give to it a living wage, that is to say to pillow It to so operate that its existence l will bo maintained? It Is reasonable to assuihe that tho Street Railway Company can not continue to operate on its present schedule and with the present convenience to the public without a heavy deficit. The result will be Under that tho service to tho community may be seriously crippled. these circumstances is It not the part of wisdom for the city authorities to frankly meet the situation and grant on proper term such 'an Increase of fares as will meet the public's and the company's requirements? New Era. --- A DILEMMA Wire Your Home Now Put Men To Work JbESfp . . : ..,: QvXsavSScEBEEaisHssBBW Time Payments Time Payments I SOCIETY. Take advantage of this low cost easy payment house-wirin- g offer, NOW and Make your home modern at pre-wprices. 7 Make your home convenient for the housewife. Make your home a comfort .and a pleasure by night and by day to .the entire family. v By so doing you will help make jobs for the boys who are' returning' from , overseas. Telephone Main or City 2182 y or use the coupon. ar "" to-da- ven-genan- Inquiry Coupon '. Louisville Gas & Electric Co. Electricity Wash, Iron, For and I r -- j. ...... Service and Dress Shoes For Aetive Boys . n. - ,., e "", $2.50 to $6.00 . - A ' 0ffij$j$ 4l 1 I . MEN TRY US $1.25 ... suits $1.50 , Puis Cleaning and Dyeing Co. Business Success Is Yours R - JJfoo7 SI - - COAL CO. ' -- , i.-..-. A High Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coal PER TON. uor-rom- eo only-force- s FIRST GUARANTEED STOCK. -m f&r-ee- liiSl?J!SI!ifiA taar N ' fiaESTDXJOKTSr ITCI&H: A3&E?E3Tf&JKJ$. RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL-BUYERS CENSOR Holds Up Cables and Mail Between ' 'America ami Holland y i Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protectour read-r- s by accepting only firms'of known responsibility. Mcrcluwits. ,?EHr& Ofllcinl X protest Has.Ilccn Made and Tlint England Keep Off. KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE! ' LARGEST IN THE SOUTH.. IMOOXrOKATaD . Demand ! ! Ton Walt. Soldiers' Uniforms and Hats a Specialty. Work Called For and Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, Attention and Quality." TUB SIGN OP QUALITY Hlghl'd 741S NATIONAL HATTERS Home Phone City 1931 TOM TOLAK1S, Prop. 825 W. Jefferson St, Louisville, Ky. Suite Pressed While You Walt Hats Cleaned and Blocked While National and Supply Company Roofing INCORPORATED John Rnll's Censor Doctors and moves Re- Dates of Cable, Messages. Pitch, Coal Tar, Tarred Felts, Gravel Roofing (A Specialty). Phones 124 W. .IHaln City. 1250; Slain 1400-- INJURIOUS TO AMERICAN TRADE. A Meddling of the British censorship with business cablregrams and let ters between the United States ana Cltlxess Holland has aroused commercial East 180 to stake agents in both nations; An official KENTUCKY protest irom 1110 outaoiy 01 imj. o Air LAUNDRY porters of Frits and Oils, at the CO. On raraltnro and Other Psrsoaal Hague, against delays to cablegrams property at Incorporated necessary to a revival or internaLOWEST KATSS 614623 tional trade, brought resounding COLEMAN BUILDING Underbill BC echo in Now York. This protest S. B. COR. THIRD AND JEPFERfeON waa directed at the British chief Geo. Dearborn Both Phones 2886 Manager ccnsoi. Tho appeal has gone forward to Home Phone City 7638 THE MERRY VILL CANTEEN CO. tho (Postmaster General, urging censorship of business letters and Coke Station, Camp Taylor, Ky. cables to be done qnly by tho HUNGER'S CmLE CAFETERIA Everything for the Soldiers United States. Tho protestors demand that England keep hands off Cigars, Restaurant 458 South Fifth Street both mail and cablegrams and stop FIRST CLASS SERVICE delaying both, to the detriment of FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN S. 9192-C. 4203 Americans trading with a neutral Inquiry has disclosed nation. 2406 3 flagrant abuses. Pertinent among P. MORTON & CO. Both Phones JNO. following: ft 0 0. tho facts are the placed aboaid a Business letters INCORPORATED steamer in Holland, bound 'for tho Adolpb Iteatllngw 10c United States, on December 5, 1918, 1826. Louisville. Ky. FIRS) INSURANCE did not reach New York until February 3. 1919. sixty days later. TORNADO, LIABILITY AND QFFICB OUTFITTSBS A.. . 5c These letters were taken from the PLATE GLASS PRINTERS STATIONERS boat by the British and opened. 123 SOUTH THIRi) STREET Dates of filing arO removed from SAVINGS all business cables before delivery i ; Best LOmSVEOLB SOUTH Cigars HOME SPOT CANTEEN In Now York, only the date of delivAND DEPOSIT BANK ery to the consignee being stamped FOR MERCHANDISE GENERAL thereon. SOLDIERS Fourth and Central Avenue A business cable filed in tho Dutch East Indies, February 3, did Three Per Cent. Paid on Savings not Soft Drinks, Candies, Cigars, reach the New York agent unTobacco. The Right Place for Deposits. A General Banking Busitil February 25. These cables are Right Prices. ness Transacted. routed via tho British censor in CHILI PARLOR AND CAFETERIA Singapore. When In Louisville Store Your Car A business letter from Holland Seventh aad Oak SU. at the placed on board a boat for the January 7.. arrived Complete Line of Soft Drinks KOERNER & STRADER GARAGE United States, 25. BUILDER hero February It had been and Eats. 116 E. Main or 116 W. Mala held .by tho British. Ladies Cordially Invited. Repairing, Washing through Gas, Oil and "That lettor came 2431 MONTGOMERY STREET quickly," said Secrotary Julius CHILI SOLD IN CARTONS and Polishing a Specialty. 1010 n Home Phone Shawnee Kiovicks. of the Home, City 3481. Trading Association, No. 21 Park Open From p a. m. to Midnight. Row. He added: Shamrock Souvenirs given tb ladies Highland 1033 ''England keeps our mall from on St. Patrick's day. FRANK A. OHLMANN five weeks to indefinito periods. JOS. V. SPANINGER Today, when every hour counts in GOO East Franklla Street AND SALOON, FIND building up tho international busi GROCERY ness, the situation is outrageous, WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS GROCERIES AND FRESH MEATS A cable I sent to Holland Februscores 378 Baxter Avenge Main 967-Cumb. ary 11 is a direct inquiry as, to clos- Editor, has made per cent, of his to 500 readers ing upon a (proposition involving: the per cent,from 50 on investments, who have purchase of an American manufacto buy tured product in a quantity of followed his "tips" on what mining 10,000, subject to a price quoted and when to sell, in oil and stocks, during past year. He knows for seven days. game. All in the "It is now fifteen days since I "Who's Who" strictly oil confidential. Where work is 'quickly sent it, and I have no roply. Of information Where the homo done; brightest ; course the price I quoted has Year's subscription to Kentucky Oil Journal $2. (Freo with each new Where cooking seems changed. Tho deal is off." work Where the subscription a beautiful map of Secrotary Larkln, of tho real fan; lightest; Trading Company, No, Kentucky oil fields an artist's Idea Where the meal is saTVff S3tal"i-"!.- l m Where baking gives de- 335 Broadway, told of many In- of an airplane view of tho State, , light; cooked best; stances of expensive delays to the worth ?5; 14x22 inches.) Wrlto 'Where drudge is out of cables and tho mall. Mr. Larkln for freo sample copy 16 pages, Where the range stands sight 2 exhibited letters tho test mailed from illustrated, the Holland on Dacomber 5, 9. 17 and building, Louisville, Ky. That's where where tho That's "Quick Meal" comes 18, which did not reach Now York "Quick Meal" comes until February 3. in. In. VX0VX.W8 FXOVZSSHT ASSOCXATXaS Incorporated Wai Organized fey Well-kao- A RIDTLINOIX The following is tho official of Rev. Father Davltt, a priest chaplain who gave his life for his country tho day the armis-tic- o was signed. It is taken from FULL SUPPLY ALL KINDS the Stars and Stripes, tho official organ of the American Expeditionary Forces: . RIVER PISH Just as mass was being said on OYSTERS AND SHRIMP the morning of November 11 within the walls of a pretty little church SMOKED FISH In Michigan, the father of that church, who went to war when the Both Phones 2646 homo regiment sailed for France over a year ago, William Davitt, died for his country on a faraway battlefield died as tho last shots were fired on tho Western front. Ho died almost on the stroke of the eleventh hour. Father Davltt was miles away from his regiment when It was rumored atound that the last battlo was about to be fought. He Cor. Brook and Market Sis. burial officer. was acting as corps To remain bade of tho lines whilo his regiment fired the last volley, however, was not tho thing he intended to do. BeMEN'S BLACK OR TAN fore setting forth that evening Father Davltt procured a large American flag to bo hung up In front of regimental headquarters tho day tho fighting ceased. Then ho to. set out to join his regiment, which was now In the thick of it. These shoes are world beaters By traveling all night, catching they look well and they stand the rides on various trucks and motor bong of service. They are designed and built for servioo and they rencars, he reached tho front at 9 der that service. o'clock on tho morning of Novemtime to SPALDING SHOE CO. ber 11,gojust in tho top seo his regiment over for the last EIGHTEENTH AND KAP1H time. It was 11 o'clock by the Out of tha- Hlsh-ReDistrict Colonel's watch when Father Davltt OPEN EVENINGS climbed a tree in front of the regimental headquarters and 'hung up the flag which he had brought along for the purpose. After hang 2 ing up tho flag he climbed down, :' saluted, and then gave a loud cheer ii for the end of tho war, after which he walked a few feet away and stood still. It was while ho wa3 standing alone that a shell came whistling in from a German battery and exploded a fow feet away. Fatnor Davltt was killed instantly, ccount FISH FOR LENT. PRUJST HERO'S DEATH. 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- ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. RETAmiNa Expert Attention On Repairs On All Makes of Cars SPECIALISTS ON FORD REPAIRING ' WELDISm ' AUTO WELDING & REPAIR GO. Doth Phones 2309 Road Service. ERNEST SMITH, Prop. 713 SOUTH SEVENTH ST., LOUISVILLE, Home Pfaoae) 2S5G KX. EffiWiTOugBL Home City 8300 JOHN D. ROMMEL CO. 014 South Third St. FISK? Louis A. Broring, D. D. 900-90- TIRES ACCESSORIES 1 STARKS BUILDINQ. WORK SHOES $3.50 $600 - JOHN B. O'ldSARY & CO. Headquarters for CITY AND FARM PROPERTY See us about anything in real estate, Wo sell, buy and rent. " "Bl-FAA504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Home Phone City 4464. The. Smokf. Of The, Hour! SEtl POOLEY FOR MONEY. Loans to those having regular in- SAM comes or salary, with no publicity CONTRACTOR FOB or red tape. Loans to housekeepers n their personal security. ALL KINDS OF CONORETB WON F. R. POOLET, Room 1, Courier-Journ1815 S. Twonty-sixt-h BU Building, 415 S. Fourth Street. Home Phone Shawnee 168 TIIQKERS isPjyM' Ii. ROBERTSON al SMOKE TARPV'Sii Lady Dash Little T. E. YANN DAIRY Incorporated. 608-51- COMPANY Wai. P. BANNON CONTRACTING PLASTERER 0 SOUTH WENZEfc ST. Brook and Bloom City 8380 Home City 2803 REPAIR WORK PLUMBING Cumb. S. 15J-Y Both Phones 4202 START RIGHT. "SOUTHERN SLICED STAB" Hade J ARNOLD'S ARTHUR A. WILL Holland-America- OLD MAN HARRIS A Where the QuicK Meal Comes In Holland-Americ- an has Started a vigorous campaign against the Bolshovlki In our midst, and Congress is right Persons who set tho law at defiance and who would destroy our Government if they had tho power should get a short shift. Congress, however, should not discriminate. It should not confine its efforts to a tho squelching of those noisy of the piolotorlat who In and out of season denounce tho powers that be, and who aro at most but the victims of conditions that offer little hope of their being able to hotter their hard lot. Tho wealthy individual or corporation that holds ltsolf superior to the ordinary ob servance of tho statute?, and the snobs and lickspittles who ape the manner of foreign iordllngs and who confess to a leaning for aristo cratic environment, are a greater menace to tne republic than tho disgruntled crunks who form tho majority of our Bolsheviks. In tho last analysis It is tho Kross In- equalities of our social system that inaKos the Socialist and Boloheviki. But whilo it would not be well, oven If It wero possible, to reduce the mass to tho same level, at least befoTO the law tho possession of wealth should not be permitted to give ono an unfair advantage. This Is really at tho root of much of tho unrest that Is abroad in tho land, and If Congress can remedy this It will have done more to eliminate Bolshevism than any amount of re pressive legislation could have done, Congress mom-bor- BACON A SPECIALTY "All Ready for Your Griddle in the Morning" HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO, Incorporated DEAD ANIMALS HIGHEST CASH FRED HORNUNG, JR. GAS FITTING 718 West Jeffersoa Street Louisville, Ky. AND PRICES PAH) J. S. JONES. Agent Phone City, 721; Cumb. Phone Main 721. Fourth and River, LoaJsville LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. Phones: Main 9214; City 416 Call Homo OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI 'AND KENTUCKY RIVER UNB J. M. 000 BUCKNER TOBACCONIST WHOLESALE AVcst Home Phone Bhaiwnee 801 HENRY GOSa Tin Main Street Louisville, Ky. BROS. SHOE STORES Sll Roofing, Guttering, Spoatlag Roofs Repaired and PsJated Asphalt Shingles a Specialty W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. SECURITY & LOAN CO, Incorporated. A. Lazar, Manager 1 j HAMBLY GLOBE All KindR of Footwnar Whole Family Two HAMBLY'S SOtli and Portland. For thn 18th and Magazine Money Advanced on Your Plain Note Stores ais West Jefferson Street x (Second Floor) Shaw. 1716 City 7164 Homo Phono City 2967. THE 'Ask Any Oculist." FOR WOMAN'S EYE. OPTICAL COMPANY The best GLASSES yon can get are the only safe kind, to wear. Correct OLASSBS are as lmportxat as tho right medicine and WB saaka ( them. , 411-41- Inter-Southe- rn -- Qalek Msal Gas UJQniQit tx CSV! .TTJTTTfc JCfc M. J. BANKON, Rai Sold, Iastalled and Highly RseemmsMdsd 215 W. MARKET ST. I PrisMwt and Maupr. P. MNMH,3R., Vict Prtt. and Treat. for gonoral housework in family of two. Charles Korborg, son of Mr. and Good home and reasonable wages. Mrs. John Kerberg, of Jeffersonvllle, Apply at 1423 Christy avenue. has arrived home from overseas duty and-hareceived an honorable discharge. A brother, John KerHIBERNIAN DIRECTORY berg, was killed in France. Middle-age- d s ONE nOME, ONE DEAD. WANTED.lady, or olderly P. BANN0N $ Sewer aad Calvert Pipe, I Wall PIPE ' . ii QUIETLY WEDDED. GO.:! Mls3 Mary Lillian Banet and Artlyir A. Blermann, well known young people of New Albany, ivore married by the Rev. J. J. Sermers-heim ' Dmsiox s. First and third Fridays, Hibernian 1818-182Brod-erlc- A Ceplng, DralB Tile, Vitrified BricK, ' Fire Preens, Flae Lialsg, Fire Brlctt w J wnsan wjUIIQ AJSa 0O1IS1 aUVf OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. - Baaaea's Patent Lidded ripe lor steam uenaaus, rectory Tuesday evening. BISHOP TURNER. at St. Mary's-of-the-Kno- bs Home, 0 Portland. President Tim O'Leary. Vice President Walter Murphy. Financial Secrotary John 1850 Portland avenue. A. Recording Secretary John- k, Martin. WORKS CUMB. MAIN 507. PHONES CITY TliirteoHlh and Breckinridge and Ninth and Magnalia. 373-178- ? "Ai Nest to Yoa as the Nearest Ptoss" JOHN B. RATTERMAN FUNERAL FLOWERS PUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 WESTJV1ARKET A SPECIAL SPRAY $3.00 A SPECIAL WREATH $5.00 STREET Martin Shee-haRight Rev. William Turner will be consecrated Bishop of Buffalo Sentinel Thomas Noone. on Laetare Sunday, March 30, at tho Franciscan church of the CathDIVISION 4. olic University' in Washington. Hl3 Eminence Cardinal Gibbons will be Meets second and fourth Mondays. the consecrating prelate. Right Rev. Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. Denis J. O'Conneli, Bishop of RichPresident John J. Barry. mond, and Right Rev. Michael J. Vice President Mark J. Ryan. Curley, Bishop of St. Augustine, Lawrence will be tho The D. Recording Secretary Meany. sermon will bo preached by Right Financial' Secretary Thomas J. Rev. Bishop Thomas J. Shahanr recLangan. tor of the Catholic University. Treasurer John F. Burke. , Sergeant-at-Arm- s Patrick Con. JOHN HANAFEE DEAD. Sergeant-at-Arm- s n. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. nelly. John Hianafee, an old resident of enPhoDes Shawnee 1243. Cumberland Now Albany and a locomotive gineer on the Loulsville-S- t. Louis West 1107a. division of the Southern railroad for many years, died Saturday morning at St. Edward's Hospital. His death "was duo to cancer. Ho was poo Iburtft Awrnw LowvWr J sixty years old. Besides his widow be is Burvived by five sons, Ensign Kverywhers DR. JOHN Hamafeo, Wo telegraph FIowms the navy; EuP. BECKER Frank Hanafee, a of student gene at St. Melnrad College, and William, Leo OPTOMETRIST, and John Hanafee. of New Albanv. Mr. Hanafee was a member of Holy C-O-- A-L SPECIALIST IH FITTING CLASSES xnmity cnurcn, from where his funeral was held. Twenty Years' Experience. St. Bernard Lump Prices Reasonable. CATHEDRAL FOR SUPERIOR. Qf) 315 Starlca BaUdinft. Third Fleor A great Cathedral, the equal of Faarth and Walnut. We are now prepared to deliver coal any. In the State, If not larger and ' more handsome, is planned tor tho Phone City 1180. promptly to all parts of city. Cathedral parish of the Sacred ST. BERNARD MININGtO. heart at Superior, Wto. Plans are under way and It is hoped to get (I MWprttMl) Both Phonea 032. construction started by the end of the present year. Bishop Koudelka is heartily behind the movement. Sentinel M. J. McDermott: Embroideries decorate all varie013 Fourth Avenue, Ixmlsvillo. Ky., Opposite alary Andenoa. ties of garments. Coat wraps aro nearly all built on the Dohlman lines. Sorgo and satin aro to be replaced by, other fabrics. Covert cloth has regained tho place lost thirty years ago. All our skirts are getting slimmer and longer as tho days lengthen. The Introduction of leather gar ments is tho novelty of tho hour. With tho change in millinery comes a change In hair arrangement." Overdone by vast masses of peo ple, fashion has swung away from sport clothes. Suit coats aro narrow at tho shoulders and hang In straight box lines at the bottom. d muslin blouses with wide frills may be forerunners of colored muslin frocks. VOGT LAX COLD TABLETS American mills have introduced KIDNEY PILLS PENETRATING OIL so much silk jersey that the fabric may be substituted for' serge. PLEASANT WORM SYRUP Ribbons feature early spring. gowns. many different kinds FEMALE TONIC TABLETS Tho would read like a catalogue. BLOOD AND LIVER PILLS Foulard, printed chiffon, supple taffeta and the Chinese shantungs and crepes are being Introduced In Ask Your Neighbors They Have-Trie- d the new gowns. V. P. IN RED ON KACH PACKAGE Women aro warned against put ting money Into sweaters, separate skirts and .'shirtwaists. A new VOGT'S PHARMACY, L. H. RICHIE, MANAGER phase of summer clothes is apSEVKNTEENIH AND BANK proaching. Home City 154 Cumb. W. 0251 KANSAS POINT OF VIEW. V.-- P. REMEDIES v Pastel-colore- OF Remedies to Your Health Tm Plrig. tieth century, in exaggerated form, tho worst horrors of the French revolution; a nice alliance truly for the sons of Holy Ireland." The Cardinal suggests as a' remedy for strike epidemics some form of copartnership or and denounces as useless tomfoolery Sinn Fein drilling and profit-sharing, goose-step- FREES THE HUSH. cided to release all FRED ERHART ARCHITECT DENOUNOHg SOCIALISM. Cardinal Logue has issued a Lenten pastoral wherein he denounces Socialism, which he deLOUISVILLE,. KY. scribes sb "A species of Bolshevism, NORTON BUILDING A complete Use of VnantOM at the career of which prions that are. always tkm lowest. has shocked the1 sensibilities of Jefferson N. W. Ctracr Ffjwtk Christendom, reviving in th twen- 86 W.MARKCT blood-staine- d ni ., The British Government has deUNCHANGEABLE. Irish political ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE prisoners, says the London Dally There was a great argument tho IIS W. SMsawsy, Mall of 'Thursday. In order to UU1U1 oalsvlU, JCy. ,... ..t.1t .lnAn.4.. UlKUt iUf UUU 11UUOV Uf M..A..i. Conducted by tho xEr"Vcr tween two Irishmen. "Thoro Is no Classical, Selentlfla Xavertaa Brothar. iu SL :.- - adds, tlon, the Business and made," said Mike, "but what tho Courses, Preparatory Department, Largs prisoners will return to Ireland Swimming- Fool, Well Bqulpped Oysma-lusmall batches. Terms moderate. V'Oh, tout there is," said one of tr. Bra. BeajasaJa. the disputants; "there is one law; BAKU ONE HOUR. that no man, no people, can change." "What Is tht7" says Mike. Following Is a recipe for date "A mother-in-lawmm bread: One cup of while flour; two cups TUB REASONS WHY, lt cupj The information editor received st entire wheat flour, of rown sugar, one tsaapoonitu of thw .letter from & fresh youth: s av - MMM Mr tavo aft, on tAMpoonful of baking soda, "Kindly tell me why a girl aleups of ohoped ways closes eye when a fellow lf one and .llsssP Lsr dates, two cups of bntfcemnilk or kisses her." . sour ro&lk. The editor replied: This bread is quickly made'andl "If you will send us your photo-woueasily bring flfi m eonts a graph we may be able to tell yoa CSo loaf. Bake in slow orn ono hoar the reason." , . William Allen White, tho Kansas editor and statesman, stood looking at tho Cathedral at Meaux. Cathedral "When was that If You Want "the Best We Have built?" ho inoulred of a French sol who stood by. dier Gtm "Tenth century," roplled the sol dier. INCORPORATED "Hum!" said White, "a man In BROOK AND A STS, says ho used to this country who Catholic shoot deer where the church stand now has got to bo a very old man, nasn't ne?" Mvs yoar beys a edaeatto taat will BTtBsrs thtsa tot life. OUR LUMBER IS GOOD LUMBER It. 3ET:r:EX J02JrT3BS OO. Ii BOSSES SON Funeral Directors and Embalmers. r Inini ....k - CIO JETXCBJNE JK?SrSiT!Z2m ." rufcijsrre: f issssm MmWm fslsphoae CORNS,BUNIONS linTtatlir IRia n""gl M-- J ons-ha- flfcmrmfil nvns ScsWUsjujiW wnwinitflTlJ FTsnHN one-ha- hr kSvY "sSSSk. ssaiSr .3iiB "- . Dr. Uriah Z. - Limy 607 CliireHdit VmiMbsa VL..L 1KMii)L.:ii-- ld v'mmBBmafr" arks " ..Jr . m..... rtjc VJ i KBorxjOKiY irish jtjMn&Ricx&JNr. KMGRTS IIP COLUMBUS ) INTENSIED VALUES IN OUR SPECIAL ONE BEST BET GOES OVER From Kentucky Irish American, Saturday, Mnrch I, 1010: Here goe3 anothev tip and you can bet tho kitchen furniture on it, as Bert Collyer says: Last August near Mayor Smith Bald all kinds of unkind things about the racing game hero and In an Interview with his pet organ, tho Louisville Herald, said: "Racing brought its train of gamblers, Dago Gentiles, Mississippi Bills and scarlet women." On Sunday, September 22, the Herald told gleefully how tho Board of Works was tearing up tho Fourth avenue streets south of Oak to heckle the race patrons in going on street cars, and furthermore Intimated that all would bo searched for draft cards. In addition irato patriots, the 'Herald said, were tearing down the race of None advertisements, etc. this will happen this year. Tho Board of Works will nqt tear up tho streets, Irato citizens won't tear down Tacing cards, and the that Mayor Up is given hero Smith will not say a word about Bill, Dago Gentile, etc. There's a reason, as the advertisers say. Mr. A. T. Hert, tho 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 bellovoln reform if its friends aro affected. Mississippi al Late News That Will Interest Members Here and HERMAN STRAUS rouTH Avenue wcapgAreo SONS (gJ market I! strcct ' j We Give and Redeem Qold Tradlnr Stamps. In Nebraska next week. Grand Knight Flaherty will ba C. L & B. uits and Overcoats The prices are important because they are so low compared with the real merits of the goods. fabrics, the superior taiThe loring, the lively styles, pattern, colors, all make the suits and overcoats really remarkable bargains. all-wo- ol HIBERNIANS. What Thoy Have Been Deing the Past Week General tv News Note. evening. Tho St. Patrick's day celebration committee met Thursday evening in Bertrand Hall. Secure reserved seats for tho St. Patrick's day entertainment from your division Secretary. The Ladles' Auxiliary ha3 a membership of 2,500 In Indiana and are constantly adding to the numbor. Miss Kate Kavanaugh was hostof ess to tho Ladles' Auxiliary Omaha at her homo Thursday night. Members should mako early returns for their tickets to encourage the celebration committee and officers. Division 1 or Los Angeles, after weeks of preparation, has Just initiated one of tho largest classes In Its history. The members of the order and tho Ladles' Auxiliary will receive holy communion at St. .Patrick's church on Sunday, March 1C. Division 4 $20 $25 $30 $35 I Cunning, Lewis & Brotzgc CLOTHING SPECIALISTS will meet next Monday I NORTHWEST Inter-Southe- rn CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON Life Insurance Co. JAMES R. DUPFIN, President. LOUISVILLE, d, KT. i Why not take an agency for a conservatively managed, medium-sizeclean, progressive company, whoso treatment of agenta and policyholders and whoso standing and courtesies with all of 'the American Llfo Insurance Companies give it a position of the very highest rank? -- CAPITAL, RESERVE AND SURPLUS FOR PROTEC-TIOOF POLICYHOLDERS MORE THAN $4,500,000 l N Deposit with tho State of Kentucky under the Compulsory Deposit Law more than $4,600,000. Excess deposit over all requirements $1,000,000, or 20 per cent, mora than tho law requires. so good, clean agency contracts with renewal commissions, For tnat you may build up a business of your own and have an Independent permanent Income, address the Home Office of tho Company. INTER-SOUTHER- N LIFE INSURANCE CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. Mulloy's New Blend Coffee s i c 2 1- -2 Lbs. For 90c xs saseww QVAXjrrr. a csrna txat Importer rox xrs rara avr Tomorrow the Indianapolis Hibernians will completo their work and the programme for the St. Patrick's day celebration. Los Angeles Ladies' Auxiliaries have consolidated Into ono strong body and will celebrate with a banquet on St. Patrick's day. held no Division 3 of Omaha meeting last week, Jn order that the ladles of St. Agnes parish might have the use of their hall. Members of the Ladles' Auxiliary of Fort Wayne, Ind., spent a delightful evening as guests at tho homo of Miss Esther Jacquay, 23J5 Lafayetto street. Ofllcial notlco of tho national convention to be held In San Francisco the week of July 21, 1919, has been received by the State and county officers. , A now feature growing In pop- Omaha Council has about 200 more applications on file. Evan8Villo held Its second- - initiation of tho new year last Sunday. There were recent successful inSpecial dispatch 'to Courier-Journitiations at Lincoln, Alliance and Humphrey, Neb. and Herald, March 5, 1010, from New Orleans raco I Norwood Council of Cincinnati has set out to get 500 members for tracks: the million campaign. George Welsslnger Mayor District Deputy Donovan is arSmith, of Louisville, and A. T. ranging to Instltuto a council at Hert, high in political councils Paris on Sunday, May 4. In Kentucky, and one of tho leadCovington will havo an initiation ing organizers of tho Now Kentomorrow, and Newport Council has tucky Jockey Club, were among Sunday following. a class today's visitors, Mr. Hert is on WILL OPEN HIS Larkin says Overseas Director his way to California, whoro ho goes for a few weeks' vacation. 200 additional K. of C. Secretaries are badly needed for tho work in Mayor Smith, after a few days to France. in these parts, will return With its last initiation Omaha II Louisville. new names Council added fifty-fiv- e to its roll, making the membership more than 1,050. Marshal Foch will arrive in tho RECENT DEATHS. United States in May, when the Miss Anna Seebolt, aged twenty-seve- Knights will present him a baton as ON daughter of Mr. and Mrs. a memento of his visit. John H. Seebolt, 802 South Shelby for the Committees working street, died Sunday after a short membership drlvo at Richmond, pneumonia. Besides her Ind., report tnat 141 new members Illness of parents she leaves three slators. Her havo already been secured. funeral was hold Tuesday morning For tomorrow Fort Wayne Counfrom St. Martin's church. cil has 126 initiates, the majority being soldiers and sailors. In addiSympathy of friends and relatives tion Garrett will send forty candiand Stella dates. is tendered Michael Craln, 1517 Anderson Btreet, from Juno 1 has been set as the date has for tho fourth degree exemplifica- fWVfVTW?wfwTWVll whoso homo Death's .Angel taken their little son, James W., tion for Kenton and' Campbell whose short llfo brought them com- counties, the first to bo held in Wednesday Northern Kentucky. happiness. fort and morning tho body was tenderly laid The stand of the Supreme Board to rest in St. Louis cemetory. of Directors for our soldiers Is reof Mrs. Minnie ceiving strong oemmendation. Thoy Tho funeral widow of are In earnest in their work for tho Worst, aged forty-nin1529 WEST MARKET STREET Henry Worst and sister of Mrs. A. men overseas anu among strangers. B. Charlton, 1031 uarvm l'lace, was spend it for freo gifts to tho hold from tho Charlton homo Satur- - soldlers or give It back to thoso who day morning and - from St. Louis donated It," say the Knights of Bertrand's at 9 o'clock. Mrs. Werst Columbus of tho fund raised in the had been living at tho Sacred Heart united War Work drive. That's the Homo and is survived by several r)ht snlrtt nnd one every soldier City 2360. Main 2360-children, will approve. Last Sunday at Shelbyvillo, Ind., Mrs. Julia Welsh,, aged sixty-flv- a record breaking Joint initiation street; Mrs. was held by the councils of that of 1706 Magazine of city, Batesvllle, iBrookvllle, ColumMary A. Krahcr, aged sixty-fivavenue, and 'Mrs. bus, Greensburg and Rushville. Dis1333 Winter flfty-flv- o years old, trict Deputy Donovan and staff of Katie Boiler, passed away Wednesday morning, Kentucky conferred tho major children and many all leaving 0 E. CHESTNUT LOUISVIIjLB, KT. their death. friends who mourn Their funerals took place yesterday FORTY HOURS. morning. I C.A. L0CKHJVRT for-th- World Famous Sale n, Monday Morning, March 10. THOMAS KEENAN ..IMJjTEJRAXv DIRBOTOR.. e, ( T. o, e, Funeral Director and Embalmer L. D. BX DIRECTOR 717-71- The Sacred Heart parish mourns the doath of Mrs. Margaret Hambly, aged forty, beloved wife of William Hambly, who succumbed to heart disease Monday morning at her homo, 627 South Eighteenth street. Her funeral was hold Wednesday morning, Rev. Father Walsh conBeducting the solemn obsequies. sides Iv'er .husband she leaves a son, William Hambly, Jr. Tomorrow the Forty Hours' devo tions will open in two churches in this city. St. Ann'B and St. Eliza beth's. Tho services will begin with the high mass In tho morning and At St. continue until Tuesday. Ann's a number of tho local clergy will assist the pastor, the Rev. Father John T. Hill. Many will mako this the occasion of a preparation for Easter. MEDAL GIVEN SCOTT. CHAS. EL FUNERAL 619 S. SECOND ST. BODEN LOUISVILLE, KY. 5 i ? fc. JOHN M. MXJt,r,OY sis w. acuuexs rr. zvuxsrsua, K. X. and Roaster of High Qra.de Coffee, Sold Direct to Consumer. A. Return this advertlMment with remittance and w will ablp CoSea by Parcel Post, ail cbarres prepaid xt. tor ip i I I I West Main Street Garage " ss Phone City 5980. AL. S.:SMITH, PROP.-stricken with tho "flu" that develGREETS IIEUO PRIEST. oped fatal pneumonia. Besides hor mother sho leaves three sisters and There aro few American regiono brother. ments coming homo that do not Taken HI on Wednesday of last boast of their fighting chaplains, week, Harry M. Leachman, who has but tho peer of any of tho heroic BOTH PHONES 810. arrived who IS EXTRA GOOD. a wide acquaintance throughout the padres Sunday went overseas John J. home when Father Moncity, succumbed to pneumonia IKY IT. BUY IT. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS day night. Besides his widow and Brady, of tho famous Fifth Marines, steam stepped off i. SMILES. throe children ho leaves four broth ship Niagarathe French line to tho AiAJIgIMUWaCiftaM1ifcaia.i...l...fcai..M and hastened AAA..A.k.AAV t ers, Dr. aeorge u. icacnman, t Bronx his mother. Father T Annlttnnn TOnfrvtnr ff tno Louisville Brady to greet Distinguished Service MAGIC-KELLE- R a Transfer Company; Silas Leachman, Cross, has no ono saw It. as the but 11 c will recelvo the degrees. INCOUFUKATJiU Clerk of the Supremo Court of lilt- - chaplain wears It in his pockot, and ;44444"MW-H-H-i-H,i winintn !., which went Pres'ldent of tho United States besides tho citation LENTEN NOON SERVICE. r.uhnTrnnhnc Rnmnanv of CIncIn- - with this honor he has another, de- - i Every day during tho Lenten sea- natl. Tho funeral was held from scribing his splendid heroism on the field of battle. When the war son there will bo the Way of tho Holy Cross church. broko out Chaplain Brady was lasting ten Cross or a sermon battleship the minutes at 12:15 o'clock at St. 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, James H. Finnegan, woll known sorvlng aboard Immediately apU, S. Government Protection. For Your Savings Michael's church, 220 South Brook in tho merchant tailoring business, Arkansas, and ho a transfer to died Monday night at his homo, plied for being organizedthe Marino More than 30,000 Bank Accounts, representing 100,000 people with a total street. for service 1 Brigade 1002 East Caldwell streot, after an In deposit of more than $8,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by the tho trenches. His request was CHINESE MISSION SOCIETY". Illness of only a few days. Besides dank. people of Louisville at this safe, conservative his widow, Mrs, Hose Drossel Fin- granted .and he was the first priest to Join MARKET AT SECOND Tho Chinese Mission Society negan, he leaves four sisters, Mrs. chaplain.Gen. Pershing's forces as a UNDER THE BIG CLOCK JEXXOJVI3CJS. founded In Ireland only a few years' I. Franklin Pierce, Mrs. V. J. Bush, ago, has mot with favor and at Mrs. E. J. Stratton and Miss Mamie Father Brady is a tall, upstandTTnn. rhlmT. Main- OnflN-- n aauuao rvi onoc A "viy wjjo present numbers thirty priests and Finnegan, and two brothers, Charles ing man, just tho kind one would I fifty students. Through tho kind- (A. Finnegan, a former Loulsvlllo expect to find with the Marines. Archbishop ness of Harty, of manufacturer and now tno owner 01 His hair is gray, much grayer, he Omaha, tho society has recently es- the Buffalo Commercial, and John says, than It was when tho Marines tablished a foundation In tho Finnegan, also a former resident of first went Into action. Tho chapUnited States St Cplumban's Mis- Loulsvlllo and now living in lain was not only with tho Marines INCORPORATED sion House, Omaha, Neb. Some dis- Tlifffalrt all the tlmo in action, but often in I tinguished American priests have, front of them, crawling through No City OfC QIC GatbrieSt. as In Ireland, left their iparlshes n years Man's Land to shrivo the dying and ii John Harlow, Mbih mat. 010 sPfd and professorships to devote their old and well known In all parts of take succor to the wounded. Back WHERE FROM. PER TON. NAME. lives to tho missions In China and the city, died Sunday morning at In the front lines he was continupassing up their have Western Ky. many othersdoing signified order in- his hortio, 2303 West Walnut street. ously men, cheeringand down among "Taylor" $5.90 so. In to He wa3 tho son of the lato Henry tho tention of them and dls We're Prepared to Do It Promptly keep the Catholics of America in Black Beauty tributlng cigarettes. It was Father 6.75 "Harlan" . . . .' Harlow, for many years a member Brady touch with Its movements and to of tha pgllce department one day last summer, who Style. and in First-Clas- s and a Straight Creek make tho needs of China better 7.10 "Pioneer" few hour was only brother ,of Miss Mary Harlow, when tho zeroand tho Marines awero Mines known tho society publishes a teacher In the public schools. For second away 7.10 "Jellico' monthly magazine, tho Far East, years their rifles, roady to he i had been a member of grippingforward, leaped up on me supplied to any address at ?1 a was always BDrlnK year. with missionary Mackln In Council and and gavo fH. affairs active STEAM work In It deals of tho world, but neral wa3 CatholicTuesday mornins, naraphetB In front. absolution to DOMESTIC all parts the Huns hold especially China and Japan. The wa Ave given mem society has the approval of the from St. Charles' church, attended cried, "now, men, gouuaoiuuuu, get 'em." MS. J. KTMK, Sate AMt MS. J. fiRAW, Stos Aftut Congregation of Propaganda by many mourning friends, Sacred Tho Marines did. R. . WATSSH, MHW at Rome and also of Cardinals, Tlic ctiapiain sam xnai no nimseu hrnupM tn Cards, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, fn Archbishops, Bishops and pi Jests about 200 men on tho parts of tho world. His a close a well spent and useful UtoMa burledhad ministered to many from all Circulars, Dodgfers, Etc. and Ald Eminence Cardinal Loguo commends when Mrs. Mary Fitzgerald, widow .hundreds of tho punded. In varl- D. I. JACOB. of Patrick Fitzgerald, passed to hor It. M. CAMPBELL. tne work of too society and says: tnrnnlTH IUUB UUllUUB. UD caiUi iio w Dance and Wedding Invitations "A movement has been lately eternal reward irnnilav of perhaps fifty For many years sho had been a tho last confessions cuauon wmcu started in Ireland which recalls the a Specialty. dying Huns. Tno missionary spjrit of tho early Irish resident of tho East End, and by went with his discharge reads: and neighbors sho church. A numbor of young priests, all her friends HOMC PH0E 946. "For extraordinary heroism In giving up for the purpose leading was admired for her kindly dispoSplendidly equipped repair shop ( and. employes to lier church. action near Chateau Thierry, June positions, have banded themselves sition and devotion com18. familiar with all sorts of starting devices and together to provide priest for China, Left to mourn her loss aro two pleto Chaplain Brady made two under .. w """" tours of tho front lines Fitzgerald, Their project has been cordially a'p- - sons, Jam and Patrick work on your j; generators'. If in need of hrst-claproyea by the Irish Biehopfl and its and thrw daugnters. Mrs. unornas severe fire and administered to tho Vtv alcillnd electricians and media nidt. rara warmly supported by the clergy and Lynch, Mrs. Matt Klljeen and Mrs. men under unusually trying circumto expose people. It Is deserving of the most C. J. White. Tho funeratwas held stances. He continued order will be promptly attended to by callinj St. himself to carry cigarettes to ,th from generous support and la brimful of Wednesday morning promlpe for the spiritual, weal of Brigld's ol rch, Rtnr Father Jansen men In the line whp had no other opportunity to get them." celebrating requiem high mass. untold millions." ,yyyyVVyyyyVVyvyvyyVVyyYiYVVVyVyyj pprss MADK IN JLUUISVILX.K. M.-- K. SOAP fLM BY SOAP WORKS I ularity in many cities Is tho occasional social meetings of the Ladies' Auxiliary at tho homes of tho members. Mrs. Dennis O'Leary presided as hostess to a social session of tho Ladles' Auxiliary In Sioux City. A literary programme and refreshments were enjoyed. Attorney Thomas Walsh will act as Chairman on St. Patrick's night at tho County Board celebration. Rev. Father John 'O'Connor will bo th speaker of the evening. Tho .Ancient Order and Ladles' Auxiliary of San Diego havo united for a memorable observance of St. Patrick's day, holding literary exercises In tho afternoon and a grand ball at night. The county initiation to be held at Indianapolis on March 16 bid 3 fair to bo tho largest held there for a numbor of years. Membership committees have been very active and expect that at least 100 for Dennis Keating, electrician tho L. & N. railroad and a respected Recently tho people of Lcs Anmember of Holy Name parish, died geles had an opportunity of witnessTuesday morning at his home, 2831 ing a ceremony unique and unpreSouth Third street, after an illness cedented on the Pacific coast. It was Be- the formal presentation of the of four days of pneumonia. sides his widow, Mrs. Sarah Keat- laetare Medal to ono of California's ing, he leaves flvo children, elx sis- Catholic laymen, Hon. Joseph Scott, ters and flvo brothers. His funeral of Los Angeles. Incidentally it was was held Thursday morning, Rev. tho first time that this great honor Father O'Connor saying tho requiem was given to a person residing west of tho Mississippi river. Tho Laetaro mass. Medal, annually conferred by tho Saturday morning tho funeral of University of Notre Dame, has come was held to be tho most covoted honor within Miss Florence Stengel from tho residence of her mother, the reach of tho Catholic laity of Mrs. H. Stengel, 605 Marrett ave- the Unltod States', and the list of nue. Deceased was twenty years tho Laetare medalists embraces the old and was a young woman who names of the most prominent Cathenjoyed tho friendship of a wide olic men and women of the present circle of friends. Miss Stengel was day. HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 397JUy J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. WMWVWHWiVWWmWWWiUVWWmMWVWW I 822 East J&Xalxx Street. ; GRAN W. SMITH'S SON! 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