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Matkcl St Kentucky Irish American 12. was a domestic, question and had told Dr. FrnnMinHftit ho and the Colonists wounl haye to settle it with England alece.- I tell you if ' - INTEUGENT bkowntaxi SOWCE CAREFUL PH9NE: HOME OR MAM Bvery Driver fin Sscort Iwlsvlll Caniaje & Incorporated Taxtctk C. VOLUME XLH.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1919. PRICE FIVE CENTS. of the joke city administration now they aro charged with Ingratitude, and Ingratitude they tell us Is one of the worst vices. From time to time a Major Frlcks statipned here as a Government Inspector has Indorsed tho "reform" administration, telling the public that the Enemy HONOR SAINT TRIBUTE Franco had sald'tnatfWashlngton and Jefferson yfovM. chavo adorned hangman's tho end of a (Brltlsk" " To Irclnna and Her Pcoplo By Gov, , ,Pcoplo of LouUvlllo Fay Kitting rope." 4 Father O'Conaor. i. Mid A. O. Stanley on St. Patto Apostle of Tribute of Philadelphia, rick's Day. Irclanil. and other citleekadsdemanded that definlto nctidmbetak'en at the pcaco conference, ;aB! ' closed with this appeal: "What" are you in Hnvo Patriotic Cclolirn Louisville doing. 'You should also Spirit of Irclnnil Unbroken After demand that Ireland bo admitted to Centuries of Persecution tlon rmil Largo Audlcnoo the peace conference and tho quesand Oppression. tion be settled there. In tho name at Ilcrtraml Hull. of God and humanity, the Irish should be given tho right to their country and their nationality." Reference to tho Infamous Penal Rev. John T. O'Connor Asks City to ELECTION OF OFFICERS. Laws Imposed by EngA hi Tight For Klin's Tho F. F.'s, an organization of lish Government. Krcelom. tho younger members of Louisville Council, K. of C, held their election Irish-America- ns New-Yor- Ilibci-iilun- s , 1 1, 6 ft t " ",. ' ui (,'ffm March 17. Edward J. Wolfe, one TRUE TO 'FAITH, OF DAY. of the most popular Catholic young REMAINED men of the city, was elected as 'Its1 President to servo during tho en suing year. The other officers Gov. A. O. Stanley was tho gue3t Natlvo born and American born elected are as follows: Emmet Hari-- , , Societies f of tne United Irish JIT?' Vice President; William Providence, R. I., on St. Patrick's ' ? the Irish men and women of Louisville rahan, tions or the rigKts of tho citizens, Raymond day and, delivered the following ad Treasurer; paid fitting and creditable tribute Janslng, truo to tho faith, of their fathers, tcTst. Patrick? the Apostlo of Ire- Owens, Secretary; Trustees, John dress true to the memory of those who P. Kenealy, N. Goby, Charles land. Tho religious observance be- W. Cooper, Frank B. Fraass, DrJ - Mr. Toastmaster, Ladies and Gen perished at the Iglbbet "and the Louis across tne sea mere is gan with the Ladles' Auxiliary and Otto Metcalfe, William P. KellyS tlemen: Far stake, they demand tho right to yie Ancient Order of Hibernians, The office of Adviser was created' a iltle isle smaller In area than ordain their owrif lives, to regulate Vho filled St, Patrick's church early with the appointment In the hands the State of Maine, less in popula their own households and to worH. fhr, oino AmioWfnn .itv gftnday nVorninglnnd received holy of the President. Following the' yet iwtoat a wide place it has filled fhtP their own God according to in a body. Coming from election the officers were at once communion uwu cuusciuucb ana l"" au pans 01 mo city Deiqre u:au sworn into office, and President In, th science, letters, theart whole and u.mieo ui iuwj accountable tpinone save tho martial enterprise of o'clock thoy mado an excellent Wolfe announced tho appointment world. When tlvo New World was Great Keeper of all consciences, to showing. of Dan W. Lawler as Adviser fori tho undiscovered domain of the sav- whom alone the freeman ever bows Monady night there were numercoming year. His appointmont age and tho Old was wrapped in tho knee ous attractions, Including a K. of the insures the success of tho adminis- tho pall of ntedevial darkness, dn C. banquet at tho Tyler Hotel, a tration of President Wolfe. THINKS WILSON RIGHT. and sequestered spot faith this shamrock dance by Mackln Council, of tho fact that almost all In view foundfair sanctuary and learning Its of tho military reception at tho K. of C. members who were in the service patron a 'and protector. Other nations United States Senator David I. Hall and three special dances at have now returned to civil great when free. The of Massachusetts, in a Camp Zachary Taylor, but it re- committee was appointed by life, a have been and aspiring spirit of Walsh, Presimained for tho Ancient Order of dent Wolfe to arrange for a banquet Ireland has arisen under the weight statement made public at CincinHibernians to eclipse all with their to be given in honor of the members of servitude and of chains to com- nati, expressed, confidence in President Wilson andiurged Irishmen to celebration at Dcrtrand Hall, whlcn who wore the khaki and blue. This mand tho admiration of mankind. be patient and Jiotlnjuro tho Irish was profusely decorated with the banquet will take place within the ' Had England encouraged her cause through: "fanlmoslties and national colors and tho flag of the next few weeks and promises to be fostered hor industrial en- prejudices growlnglout of European c Irish republic and flags and one of tho biggest affairs ever given terprises,, endowed her institutions politics. Ho said The by this progressive young organiza- of learning, opened wide all the of tho Ancient Order. "I am musical numbers - were delightfully tion. avenues for distinguished servico to Ptfnclplo heartllyjin favor of the of a League of Nations rendered by Miss- Mayme Martin, her glftedlsons, sho could hardly , Master George Goerlng, Miss Estelle have anticipated such an achieve- -' a"; " am inc"n(7,!0."1inK president ARCHBISHOP BOWLING. Doughorty, Davis, Miss Corlnno ment ofIrishmen in every walk of Wilson Is entlrelyfrlght. although I i havo an Pen m,P.a' to proposed Robert Davidson, Mrs. Slgmund Leo The archdiocese of St. Paul ha3 lire. Denied freedom of conscience, wJjJThere Is no and Misses Josephine and Goldie completed elaborate preparations of BpeechXand of tho press, Mettling', each of whom responded obt of the overwhelming for the reception of its new Arch domnedvfointellectual and Industrial Went In Americafeln favor of the to hearty encores. Tho accompan- bishop, Most Rev. Austin Dowllng, the indomitable spirit of; Ireland and ists were Miss Maymo Gporlng, Mrs;. who has been elevated to this dig- oldvrrcland, after centuries 6t op- peace delegates 'should present Irwin O'Reilly, Miss Marie Dough- nity from tho see of Des Moines. pression is still unbroken, and erty and Miss Gertrude Simpson. His Grace-elesublime, she that sentiment JSjathe other will be installed in diy. sanguine and agonies and her gates. I can seeiaiffieulties' in tho amidst her Little Margaret Horan was winsome the St. Paul Cathedral on Tuesday, Uhd her Irish dancing won hearty March 25, the feast of the Annunci- tears. What other land Avould not handling and getWgBient fptX thla un- - question, but I,.e3SIpelnoiitlllJf; applause. ation of the Blessed Virgin Man. long since have wink In despair . f Bishop" ATrstln,Kl)owllirgr,named"'by-andwhen he pointed to tho flag of Pope Benedict to take over the for 200 yiW' was tiiA supremo law ting"tho" mnvin if nntw just f what the Irish republic and read tho let- Metropolitan diocese of St. Paul, of this ur,appy land? Under It statesmen and nations are opposed ter of Master Owen McCarthy, son which was administered fo'r so long no loyal Irtfehman, not an apostate to giving Ireland hor rights or of of Daniel McCarthy, there was long a time by the late Archbishop Ire- to the faith of his fathers, could getting even the amount of justice In tho House of Commons, hold and that Great and hearty applause. land, continued his work In shape prepara- "sit Chairman Walsh was brief but tory has taking up his residence nny comtoilsslon from the Crown, Britain accords Canada, Australia to military; could be a and New Zealand. Let Americans either happy in his remarks. In introducreports from Des commoncivil or soldier nothing moro. He of Irish blood bo patient. Let our ing the Rev. John T. O'Connor, pas- there, according to Moines. could neither vote, nor sit on a confidence remain unshaken to the tor of Holy Name church, tho jury, nor stand in a witness stand, end in the great American who ha3 speaker of the evening, Chairman FRIENDS BEJOIOE. nor bring a.sult, nor bo a doctor, made tnls war one of Ideals, and Walsh declared that despite being nor l)o. a lawyer, nor travel flvo downtrodden and oppressed by Eng- -' many friends of August A. milea if ronr. his own home without who ahas given hope of a new day The wero still BIzot and his estimable wife will bo and new democracy to the peoples Hsu misrule the Irish of tho of the world. Above everything else recognized as being among the best rejoiced to learn that they are now a permit "from ,n. justice people on earth, ever loyal to God convalescent after a severe Illness peace." ,.If he attomptcd to educate let us not injure the Irish cause his dhlldrensat homo he Was fined, by basing our opposition to great and country. of Influenza at St. Edward's HossentJvthom, abroad they became public on hostilities, policies "When tho applause that greeted pital. Owing to their advanced age, If ho exiles. 'The wit of onnn," says growing Father O'Connor had subsided that seventy-seve- n years, hope for their Edmund Burkfc "never devised a prejudices and animosities Let eyery able and eloquent soggarth deliv- recovery was almost abandoned for machlno toTdlsgrace a realm or de- but of European politics. ered a soul stirring and patriotic ad- several days. Mr. and Mrs. Blzot stroy a kingdom so.perfect as this." man of Irfsh blood face his duty as an American citizen In passing upon to dress that brought conviction of New Albany ,ralsing"6f 'cattle and sheep and national and International questions. every one in the large audience. are pioneer residents and respected Tho manufacture-o- f iwqol, tho spinare widely known and After greeting his audience Father throughout Southern Indiana. Thoy the of cotton, tho- - making of The test to apply is whether it is ning O'Connor pleaded for leniency. "You are the parents of Dr. A. R. Blzot gloves and ,tho blowing of glass best for America not whether It see for yourself thct I am no spring and Attorney A. J. Blzot, both of were all throttled in their Infancy will lessen the influence and prescountry. In a chicken," he said, "but this is tho this city. designed tige of any other and enthusiasm by despicable legislation word, In our zeal first time in my life that I ever to destroy every. industrial enterprise to help the land or our ancestors, faced an audience when I was not Conattempted by an Irishman. FIFTY YEARS IN SERVICE. in a church It Is my first platform and let us remember to be Americans It Is often said and generally be demned to a life of, servitude Irish- first, to stand and fight for Ameriaddress." unrequited toll aUhome, the the life and lieved that corporations and large man In exile found liberty and can ideals, and promote every great Ho then reviewed no soul and cause will advanco tho pros times of St. Patrick, who accom- concerns have services of a aro apt honors awaiting him land perity that happiness of our beloved faithful years for to forget past and plished more In thirty-tw- o ' ;i save his own. Christianity than had Rome In 600 "There wero Irish Csttioltcs of country. In that way we shall best years. The faith of Ireland remains great ability," says Maibauloy, "but help Ireland realize her Ideal the the same as when St. Patrick they wore to be foundv'everywhore Ideal or The monaspassed to his death. except in Ireland at' Versailles, at AWARDED FOR HEROISM. teries were houses of learning and of St. Ildofonso, In thfl ,, armies Ireland's famous and renowned eduFrederic, in tho armleslXjt& Maria Private John M. Sullivan. Louls- cational Institutions kept tho lamp Theresa. One exlte (Lordffivlaro) of learning burning and brought became a Marshal of FfaBCo.ijriother villo boy, with Company H, Twenty- of Scotland, (Gen. Watl) becamoj; IjHme$Mln-Iste- r eighth Imantry, lias Peon awarueu about the conversion and England, Germany, Franco of Spain. Scattered all a Distinguished Servico Cross, tho ' announced last over Europe wore to beTfoSadlbrave War Department Switzerland. Father O'Connor then dexterouaTOIrlsh week. His mother, Mrs. Eugene Irish Generals, related the history of the abolishdiplomatists, Irish Sullivan, lives at 313G West Chestment of Ireland's Parliament, and Barons, Irish Knights oCSti-Loui(old of what Daniel O'Connell had nut street. The War Department and St. Leopold, of tho Whito'JEagle, announcement read: "For extraoraccomplished and the work of tho and of tho Golden Fleeowhftlf dinary heroism in action near the Declaring that EngLand League. they remained in, tho houwofr'boad-ag- e Mouse river, France, Octobor 5, land would nover of her own accord could not havo been aqigBsf 13 IS, On October G Privato Sullimake any concession to Ireland, tne marching regiments or freewedf van twice loft his place of shelter upeaker asserted that petty corporations." U"5Sfv'. and advanced under intenso machine in tho United Statos are the This, wo aro told, Is thodaws' of gun fire to the rescue of wounded thorns in tho sldo of England which a new day In tho Old Workl'ieW comrades, bringing them back to a ll( Krgive her tho most concern." The W history of tyranny and oppreestoa", placo of safety where they could be outstanding reason why England inthe dawn of a now hopo and'tKeera cared for." , fuses indopendonco to Ireland, he of a now freedom. Out of th'oJelMteaj &"Ycs, I know about It," said his declared, was that alio fears Irish and tho agony, tho death ani tWW wothof. "You ,see, Johnny wrote commercial competition. desolation of the tragedy of alH'lhe me some lime ago uiai. nu jiuu iv of tho finest "Ireland has fifteen ages men aro prepared to turn a Distinguished Servico e5vcd hat bora in tho world," Father backs upon fields of slaughter" aai Cmss, but forgot to mention what "She produces tho O'Connor said. their roverent faces toward thffsas feel" Privato Sullivan is witn tne She probefit wool In tho world. preme dominion of justice and or irst Division, now In Germany with duces bottor butter than Denmark. reason. Liberty is to bo tho beetr ? liejcAmorlcan Army of Occupation. tShe possessed unlimited natural reof the weak who desorvo it as well sources and unlimited wnter power as the mighty armed to maintalnH.' J r'OATHOLTO FEDERATION. far their development. If alio 13 Let us hopo that thoy who aro now. unco set froo and loft unbound, and SoTho Federation of Catholic can make her own laws, she will employe, but this was dlsproven in preparing to emancipate Poland and hecomo a great commercial nation; the case of Martin Doolau this past to answer the prayers of tho Jugo- cieties hold Its regular meeting last und that is one thing that England week when he rounded out fifty slav and tho Armenian, will not for week at tho InternSouthern buildcan never tolorato a commercial years' service In tho employ of the get tho causo of old Ireland. For ing and had a largo' attendance, E. Oil Company. J. this day sho has labored and suf- with fifteen different societies repCompetitor." Ho characterized tho Standard failure to put tho Irish homo rulo Parker, local Superintendent, and fered and fought with a faith un resented. In the absence of PresiMil into effect as God's blessing, S. W. Coons, special agent, called a shaken and invincible and a love of dent Dan Sullivnn, Acting President t, meeting of tho employes at Fifth liberty exalted and purified by cen- Louis W. Borntracgor was in tha 'tweauso tt Is a mlaorahlo and Bloom, and both made short turies of pitiless persecution. No chair, and announced tho committee It gives Irolnnd internal appointments for tho ensuing year. but external management talks paying tribute to Mr. Doolan's nation domanding tho right of maintains a stronger or The American Federation, of Cathwill still bo in tho hands of Eng- long and faithful service In tho em Tho local better causo before tho high tribunal olic Societies having finished its war land. Irolnnd would not bo free to ploy of tho company. management havo tried to persuade of tho enlightened consclenco of work, with which it was solely ocrfi.vetop her commorco." Autonomous now resume its regular him tako It oftBy In the past "0, yei. England Is a propaganda yearstoand hinted that he could few mankind. custom and in in raco, )u cupied, willactivities. re- faith, in aspirations, fedoatlon for When mentioned, England lax In his steadiness, but Mr. Doolan whot land In all tho world Is better Is ftelasti in HONORS PATRON, r,ta U understood that that Is a still reports early to put In a full prepared to set its own nous Itjwrttlo queiMoa, and that Is tho day's work for a full day's pay. Ho order? Shall that country which Wednesday was the feast day at speak about It. is a native born Irishman, coming first afforded a sanctuary to relig wi the rt vicce4s la deceiving good men toth!s country when a young man, ion In the midst of primeval dark- St. Joseph, for Catholics a day of Patthe M(t Ullevlag thl, notably men and Is a happy and contented ness, shall the followers of St. thou- great devotion. St, Joseph was life head of the Holy Fantlly, whose I'm ft lad Bryan. ut I say grandfather. Mr. Doolan has one rick and St. Augustine after a hobby, that being baseball, and sand years of devotion be denied all fathers should Imitate. The holy iwtHUIfrmiaatlon for i 4BMt! awMtion. so was rlgtit now he Is counting the day liberty of conscience? Is1 the home man Is the patron of St. Joseph's on But bo able to root tt" Thlrta OoloniM when be will pennant winning for of 'Robert Boyle, William George ehurob. his honor Washington street, v fctair Hamilton, Humphrey Lloyd, the feaat was cele id in fl T. iwmmwv www HUM .""I PaiFlant-HFrancis Fitzgerald and John Tyn- - brated tmfte in mj Mpeelal manner M MM ml rifp, M MA, of officers on Monday ovening.1 NY OBSERVANCES . dall, not learned, enough to understand tho elements at Are not the of Dean Swift, Tom Moore and Oliver Goldsmith 'Intelligent enougn to be free? Grattan and Sheridau and O'Connoll, ,iwhoso eloquence "was as effortless as woodland up tho violets and brooks send paint them blue;'.' and Burke, the most versatile ofpEngland's statesmen and the most eloquent of her orators, and Parriell, tho prince of parliamentarians, 'all havo vlndi- 'cated tho rights of Irishmen to the highest measure or, civil liberty. Tho gave land which McMahon to France and Sheridan to America will not be lacking In martial sons to defend and maintain this priceless boon conferred upon a land. That unquenchable love of liberty has mado Irishmen democrats the world over. They; have carried with them to the uttermost parts of the" earth a hatred deep and undying of bigotry and intolerance, everywhere Today, and from every' source. from Dublin to' Providence they stand In solid array, the doughty champions of the highest measure of civil and religious liberty. The in- ' fellow-countrymen long-sufferi- ng POLITICIANS Amused at Republican Machine to Quiet G. O. P. Voters, Try-ta- g THREATENING to Freedom of Education Frankly Opposes Parochial Schools. Haly, Uio Apostlo of Prohibition, Tries to Got "Wet Man For Governor. Colored Voters Select a Candidato For Legislature, Defying Machine. KKYSTONERS GO TO SCHOOL. !"",,,," .;;, ;?' it- - -- ban-ner- I sentt-seryltude- ,k to-o- ur dele-smil- es ct There are two funny situations In Knetucky politics just now and both are causing much amusement on tho sldo lines for those who have no axe to grind in the present campaign. Tho first is tho attempt of the Republican machine leaders to allay tho indignation within the party ranks anent the picking of the State ticket for tho cut and dried convention and the fixed primary. There are two methods used by the y machine leaders In thp attempt to make tho Republican voters swallow the dose. To appease one class they say that Thruston Ballard or some other leading Republican will be selected to make the' raco for Lieutenant Governor, and will make a good running mate for Morrow, the politician and tho machine nominee for Governor. Of course the bosses know Mr. Ballard or men of his typo are not going to be a candidate, but that serves to fool tho voter who might want to think for himself. The other method used Is not so polite. Just as soon as some aspiring Republican hints or announces that he would like to be a candidato for office the bosses knock him in tho head without any apologies. Ho is told that his candidacy Is not suitable to tho bosses who are picking a machine ticket, with allowances made, from a geographical standi point. It Is also made plain to him that if- he balks he won't oven be allowed trt attend tho cut and dried convention as a delecato and cheer jQKuLi.nomlnees'who are- selected Hert-Searc- - - Searcy. vest pockets of Mr. Hert and Mr M!W4Sai6SoKioia$ls4inlh l . s "Irish-America- ns - MH mako-aWf- man-JiKome- t.Srt iwwrs ' Ire-KJlm- JL Ro-wa- n mW ! The other humorous situation referred to is one that has been mentioned before, and It is hardly fair to chargo it to tho Democratic party, as some of those involved have been dabbling with the Republicans or any old party in the past under the guise of prohibition. Anyway hero is the funny angle. There have been a little group of maybe Democrats led by Percy Haly gathering at one of the hotels from time to time In the last few months and thoy would let It be known that Messrs. Carroll, Black and Cherry were unacceptable to them as Democratic Gubernatorial timber, and incidentally contributed their mite to the Republican propaganda by saying that Carroll, Black or Cherry couldn't win if nominated, and these leaders then began a hunt for a candidato that would be acceptable to them. Tho leader of this renowned hunt was none other than Percy Haly, who has let everyone know for tho past several year3 that he was an apostlo of prohibition first and an uncompromising enemy of the demon rum. But here's where the astute Percy slipped a cog or dropped his mask, whichever you 'choose to term it. In the hunt for tho candidate Swagar Shorley was offered the undivided support of this little clique for Governor, which prompts tho question why would Percy Haly, who claims to bo a prohibitionist first, offer his services and support to Swagar Sherley, who in his sixteen years' servico In Congress fought prohibition with the best in him, and that's saying a whole lot. Has Percy deserted prohibition or was he Just camouflaging all the time? Referring again to the Republicans, another of our predictions is coming true, and that was the statement mado following tho November election in which it was said that tho negro voters of the G, O P claimed the credit for tho defeat or Swagar Shorley, Louisville's and Kentucky's biggest man in Congress for half a century, and they wero going to claim some of tho political pie. This has come to pass. At a mooting of tho leading colored m in isters, teachers and others this past weok William Warley, the editor of a local colored papor, was chosen to make the raco for tho Republican nomination for the Legislature in or 75 the Tenth ward. Seventy per cent, of tho vote in that district is 'the colored (Republican vpt and thoy have gone on record as saying that a colored man must represent them. Warley Is a man, smart, colored educated backed by the best element of hl3 people, and his candidacy puts it squarely up to the Chilton-Searcmachine, which is in clover just now because of the big negro vote In this city, over 11,000 Incumber. Tho machine in the past have let it bo known that it e negro wanted only tho and snubbed tho bottor class of colored men. This new angle has put tho machine Up In tho air. Either a colored man must go tq the Legislature on the Republican ticket or there will be trouble in camp. The colored rebels say tho tail must not wag the dog anylonger, and follow ing Warley's candidacy a demand will be made for colored police, firemen and deputies 'and clerks In the Court House, Jail and City Hall, Coupled with the mlsn y who have attentively the various articles published In these columns on the dangers threatening the freedom of educa tion will be interested to learn thaf the Masonic Observer, of Mlnne apolis, Is one of the organs favoring the curtailment or even the abolition of this freedom. This Masonic publication heralds its programme on the school question In the following sentence, printed in bold type in tho body of an article on "The American School Problem:" "There should be no such thin?, as a parochial grade or privato grade school." Wo have reason to bo grateful to the Masonic Observer for this frank statement. Heretofore many may have been in tho dark concerning the source or sources of opposition to the freedbm of education. Some of our doubts aro now removed. It Is interesting to note that the Observer seeks to cast aspersions on tho patriotism of some of the parochial schools a charge which it is unahle to prove. But it is moro important that the Masonic organ condemns all parochial schools on general principles.' Following up tho apodyctical statement quoted above, the article continues. "All grade schools should be genuine, Simon-pur- o American public schools. No other kind should be tolerated, and the time is near when no other kind will be tolerated." Here we have the confession of anjmemy of the freedom of "confession and the7eCbg-nitlo- n masmotorwen and of the source querading as policemen. At the our Catholic people should enthuse end of ten years they would still be of the schools againstfor the defense unjust aggresKeystone police, If they haven't in Catholics to their the meantime gorto back to the sion. Tho right of is a parochial tundamental street car platform or back "hum" one. Suchschools schools are not merely behind the plow. dependent on matters of policy. It The big raiso in the street car is a thoroughly Catholic view that men's wages has made the the duty of look longingly at their old consequently educating children and also the right of edujobs and It Is a dally occurrence to see some of the "boob" cops In uni- cation Is a right of tho parents. The form keeping their hand in by giv- first and highest right to tho child ing the bell that "ding ding" on the is, after that of God, that of the parents not tho right of the State, back of the car, or it they are on be It the front they obligingly jump off This a liberal or a socialistic State. and turn the switch at tho cross- law follows clearly from natural and from positive divine law. ings. The Chief and the Board of Safety certainly spoiled some good For parents are God's representawith motormen and conductors by put- tivesduty tho children. They have of educating the children ting them in polico uniforms, but the But ever has a the real joke is on the public who form who also a right duty to perhas in the fulhave to pay the salaries of the Key fillment of stone comedy police. One of them, powor, no that duty. No earthly matter how exalted, may a former conductor on tho famous Brook street line, now a Sergeant, curtail the right of parents to eduwas floundering aorund Sixth and cate their children without internatural Jefferson the other day and in re- - fering with parents and divine in America dele sponso to a question said ho was n right in part to to tho Coroner's "re gate this summoned quest." That school on psychoolgy the parochial schools, and therefore tho enemies of these schools offend won't be able to Improve him much. seriously against natural law and tho law of God. C. B. of C. V. THOMAS STEVENS. et garbage gathering was alright, the Jail was alright and never hesitated to praise tho local officials when a question of mismanagement arose. To tho surprise of all tho near Mayor carao out tho other day throwing a broadside at Frlcks on the garbage question and saying that "my boards." "my administration" and "my everything else" was entitled to the credit alone, not even leaving a single bouquet for Frlcks, who had always been a loyal indorser of the near Mayor and his "reform" crowd. Many think that when the public gets through kicking on the garbage fiasco and tho depleted street cleaning fund Smith will bo willing for the Major to take some of tho credit or bear the blame. The Board of Works Is trying to gull the taxpayers now by saying that the garbage gathering is a big success, netting $500 a month, but slyly fall to tell how much It costs to get that amount of garbage. One of our disgusted citizens said the other day that the Democrats did less blowing over the many miles of sewers they built than Smith does over putting a toilet In the Custom House yard, getting his picture and the picture of the toilet In the movie houses every day. Some bull! Recently the "hick" fire department killed a horse In answering an alarm sent in by ono of the "hick" firomen on Greenwood avenue, who just called out the department to show his brother from tho sticks how fast "them gol derned engines could come." Monday night another horso was sent to tho happy hunting grounds when a driver crashed Into a street car at Twenty-sixt- h and Slevin. No wonder tho new Fire Chief wants motors instead of horses, as he is afraid the supply of thoroughbreds will run out. In the latest mixup a veterinary surgeon was called and he told one of tho Keystone police to shoot the horse as his back was broken. The car employe said: "You shoot him; I don't think I could hit him," and handed over his pistol for tho job. Col. Petty inmight add a markmanship structor to his class on psychology now in session. The big class of "yap" cops meeting in the City Hall for instruction would be a star turn for some burlesque. All of tho Instruction In the world with tfiemost competent instructors will rWvehem-Justn35-theyar8i-ex- Right or Parents to Educate a Natural, God Given Right. Chll-dro- n Would Cast Aspersions on Patriot. Ism of Some of Our Catholic Schools. DUTY OK EDUCATING CHILDREN. Those ed 3 educa-tlonf'Trh- o' Key-stone- rs ,. vJiJ God-give- Letters Just received from Lo Mans, France, bring news from Thomas Stevens, for eighteen years Kaufman-Strau- s Company, with the who has been transferred to the Postal service and doubtless will not return this year Tom Stevens, SLJOR SCOTT BULLITT. There was a feeling of "satisfaction everywhere in Loulsvlllo on St Patrick's dav When it honnmn known that Sergeant Major A bcott luuuitt, ono of tho most popular and efficient Officers at Camn Tnvlnr. Imrt been promoted to the rank of Major in tno judge Advocate's office in Washington. Tho rank of Sergeant Major is a r.ink and his promotion to the rank o' Major Is tho largest promotion of any man in tho army that has taken pmco in tne united states. His pay will be increased .from $48 a month to more than $300 a month. Major Bullitt was formerly County Attorney for Jefferson ennntv. tt entered tho army as a private and mrougri nis Knowledge or law rose to the highest post In tho Rirvlpft Wlfllln n'fnTtr nuiVa Ho will leave for Washington within a iew uays, carrying with him tho best wishes of the peoplo of Louisville and Kentucky. ACTIVE HOLY NAME SOCIETY. Searcy-Chilto- n barrel-hous- The Archdiocese Union of tho Holy Name Society, Chicago, whioh now has a membership of 50,000 held its annual meeting Sunday and began a campaign for 100,000 members by peoplo jesldo at 210G Garland activities December 31. Among tho whoso which recelvo its special avenue, Is ono of the most popular attention is the finding of jobs for young men In tho West End and a returning soldiers life-lonmember of St. Patrick's the presentation of and sailors and congiogatlon. For the past ten tho proper censoring suggestions for months ho has been with Uncle tures. T. D. Hurley, of moving picwho is ChairSam's forces in Franco and Is man of tho good health; His position Is ship, is also moving picture censorChairman of tho Big a responsible One and is looited Brother Committee of tho Archupon as a promotion. Tom will seo diocese Union. our boys receive all their letthat ters, NOONDAY SERVICE. V1IUYS ELEGANT HOME. Every day during the Lenten season thore will bo th6 Way of the The haudsomo Coleman residence Cross or a sermon lasting ten toIu1717 Windsor Place, has been piir uteft. hAsrlnnfnc? Timmtiflw . to.-f- chased by Col. P. H Callahan for jbtelock, at St. Michael's hurch. J12.000. With the contemplated Improvements completed it will be urooK. street. hMmwm ravirc4 TAMfAt.Ann' ffllinnA ....l... ..uutow, 2iSES'flEEJUH&re COi one of the finest nomes In g" ng - oi IstJEMXUOICY unless it safeguards American rights an'd ideals. There is such a thing as .paying too much for ipeaco. Wo SATURDAY. PUBLISHED EVERY ol Irish Americans and Catholics are afraid that this Is just what our Honied to the Social and Monl Advancement President is doing by standing for Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's the league in its present form. He Institute and Catholic Knights of America. has been led into dangerous way3 Publishers by the shrewd diplomats of Europe. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO.,Ineorportc4. A league of nations provided It Is SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONEDOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c the right lclnd of a league Is a reaCnttred at the Louisville Poitofllce a SecondClas Matter. sonable safeguard against war. But West Greon St the wrong kind of a league would IMress til Communications to ths KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, be an Incentive to war. A victor's league with Great Britain dominat ing It looks ns If it would not be the right kind. But that is just what wo are likely to get If Presi dent Wilson has his way. . SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1919 LOUISVILLE, KY 319-32- AJteX&SXl .dJtBEIfDAJN.. Hv" KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. llovo the league should be rejected Fair Treatment of Employer as Well as of the Employee Essential to Prosperity. There is a great deal of discussion at tho present time in regard to tho constantly Increasing number of unemployed. When we tako Into consideration that the United States had under arms, in ono iform or another, approximately four million of men and that many of theso men, probably of them, have been released, It is at onco apparent that inovltably there must bo a number of men for tho time being unemployed. The number of men seeking employment naturally will increase from time to timo as tho army is disbanded. Tho authorities at Washington have used every effort to secure employment for these men who havo gone abroad patriotically to defend tholr country's honor. Tho Government has also endeavored to keep up tho prices of commodities, such as food, etc., and also has endeavored to sustain the iprices of labor. This is quite natural and proper. Duo to changing conditions tho time Is past when labor should over return to the low ebb at which it was a few years ago, and if the price of labor is ,to be maintained it is necessary that tho means be furnishod to those employing and paying labor to sustain the prices of labor. Should not all working men therefore view with some concern the situation regarding public utilities and especially regarding street car companies? In many cities the character of service rendered by street railway companies has materially depreciated in the past year. This Is to tho detriment of the people at large. Therefore everyone should fairly consider that it is to his interest that the public convenience be served and at the same time the means for paying for labor and for materials should not be seriously hampered. It Is a well known fact that unless the means are forthcoming to mako payment, payment can not bo made. The result would be that there would 'bo a falling off in tho price of labor or there would be a falling off in tho number of men employed land In the service rendered. Is it not better under these circumstances to have tho character of the service maintained and a proper living wage paid to the employes and grant to tho street railway company a reasonable rate of fares in order that their necessary expenses may bo met? Our Government has recognized this principle and has Increased tho rates on freight and on passenger fares so that the increased wages which were granted during the year 1918 can be maintained. Is there any difference In principle as to whether tho public is Interested in street railways 'or railroads? In fairness to all parto tho laboring man, this question should ties, Including he carefully considered and the fair and right thing done. New Era. one-ha- lf self-intere- 1 ' . NO ADVANCE NOTICE. logic of Uio pro-Engli- sh give It? Prom this viewpoint then of does not the opposition t I A According to the Taft and others with a like projBritish kidney to the preBritish Government and the In this country, the Allies were sentation of Ireland's demand for a fighting for the freedom of all small hearing seem ridiculous? It cernations except Ireland. If tnls Is tainly does not represent the Americorrect it would only have been just can ideal of fair play. But sure, and fair to notify the men of Irish fair play and British policies don't blood In our armies and the many mix; they never did, and Bill Taft in the English, Canadian and Aus-- provcs it out of his own mouth Hint fllfl tiuill.n nmitiu! no stroll SEEKING CHURCH UNITY. cause of Ireland was excluded. JOHN BUIiTi OVJOIL pnripn, 1 Y . I : Mrs. Lawrence Griffin, who was here for a visit, has returned to Cincinnati. Mrs. W. H. Buck, of Erlanger, spent a pleasant week with relatives in this city. Miss Gertrude Kling Is visiting her cousin, Miss Catherine Kling, at Kokomo, Ind. Come on! Now for, a real tobacco treat I Hit up your old pipe or take a man's size chew and see how this waxy, mellow, old twist warms the cockles of your heart. The smell of it alone will take you right back for more. Ask for War Hawk! At all live merchants! I- -? , K Perhaps those three Episcopalian Mrs. Fannie K. Wesscl has almost Bishops who sailed for Rome last entirely recovered from inweek to see the Pope and bring of the dread influenza. an lllnes3 Amazed at the widespread LOUISVILI F, KY. RECENT DEATHS. HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY terest in Ireland's freedom the about church unity know what they Mr. and 'Mrs. J. Angemeler havo propagandists of the English Gov- want the Pope to do. Perhaps they Tuesday morning the funeral of were ernment are working overtime to only want to talk matters over with been enjoying a visit and City. well Henry Harris was held from St. ' entertained in New York . DIVISION ' stifle public opinion by means of him and to receive his blessing, Charles church. He was twenty-tw- o years old and had been engaged First and third Fridays, Hibernian suggests the True Voice. If that the public press in this country. Miss Julia Hlgglns, of IFxankfort, Homo, 0 Portland.- coal 2 Lbs. For 90c Here is a sample of the lle3 and is all they seek, their mission will spent several days hero last week in brothermining. Four sisters and a survive him. as the guest of Mrs. W. Phillips. President Tim O'Leary. prejudiced statement ladled out by undoubtedly prove successful. The CUV A CSFI-JSTXAT ZS XHOWH TO IT Vice President Walter Murphy. John Bull, this being sent to the Pope will gladly set them right on Pneumonia following influenza QUAUTT. Mrs. J. G. Burke, after a pleasant Financial Secretary John Courier-Journby Morton Milford, some matters upon which they seem isit with friends here, has re- brought death to Mrs. Nellie Linc-ha1850 Portland avenue. beloved wlfo of Michael Line-hato need enlightenment, Recording Secretary John A. and his turned to her home at Frankfort. a Washington correspondent: Monday night at her home, Martin. rebel blessing is for all who visit him. "Not only did Ireland Importer and Rooster of High Grade Coffee, Sold 1210 Payne street, who leaves many of West St. Miss Virginia Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. Direct to Consumer. WmMHF against her part in the war, but But if the prelates are going to Catherine street, Kerlns, Sergeant-at-Arm- s is confined to her friends and relatives to mourn her Martin Shee-ha912 W. KAXXXT ST. ZeTHSVUJiB, XT. hope of effecting any home with an attack of pyrogenous. passing away.. Funeral services and actually consorted and conspired Rome in the Return this advertisement with remittance and we requiem mass were held at St. Sentinel Thomas Noone. with Great Britain's arch enemy. compromise between the Catholic K. I. A. will ship Coffee by Parcel Post, all charges prepaid. Mrs. T. C. Curran has returned John's church, 'Clay and Walnut. She not only refused to fight for church and their own sect, wo fear from a visit to her parents, Mr. and the mother country, but there were they will come back with a feeling Mrs. J. M. Shoemaker, at New Mrs. Nannie O'Connell, widow of DIVISION 4. and a devout Patrick O'Connell organized thousands of Irishmen of deep disappointment. In matters Haven. Meets second and fourth , Monday member of St. Patrick's church, was who were willing to fight against of doctrine the Catholic church does Bonrand Hall, Sixth street. released from a long illness and P. lANNDHIR., Vict Pns. aid Trait. H. J. 8AXN0M, President and Mtugtr. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Kolb not change nor compromise. It Is daughter, Miss Lorine Kolb, and earthly suffering - on Sunday after- , President John J. Barry.t it." left For the benefit of the many in- the custodian and teacher of tho Tuesday to spend a week at French noon at her home, 1814 Portland Vice President Mark J. Ryan. avenue. Two daughters and two Recording Secretary terested In Ireland's freedom will doctrines of Christ. It does not Lick Springs. Lawrence sons survive her. Her funeral and D. Meany. the wise Mr. Milford tell us what bargain these away for the sake of requiem mass took place Tuesday 11 Financial Secretary Thomas. J. Guests last week at tho Hotel who have was Ireland's part In the war, and compromise with men Langan. included morning. New York City, Sewer and Calvert Pipe, e what did she have to fight for? made their own doctrines Misses . Charlotte Hall and G. L. Treasurer John F. Burke. ) Bannoa's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits, Tuesday morning the funeral of , Sergeant-at-Arm- s Despite that the British official war to trade or adopt to new notions at Herring, of this city. Patrick' Wall Coping-- Drain Tile, Vitrified BrlcK, " Mrs. Margaret Didelot, widow of berecords show that Ireland furnished will. That ds one difference Fire Proofing, Flue Lining, Fire BricU Sentinel M. J. McDermott. Seen In New York last week on Louis Didelot, took place from St more than its pro rata to the Allied tween the Catholic church and the a combination business and pleasure William's church, of which she was Grate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tops. army. several hundred sects which have trip wore George T. Purves and C. ono of tlfe oldest members. She her holy religion. Miss Deely Is resided at 1639 Gallagher street survived by one sister, Mrs.. Michael correspond- sprung up since the refor- J. Suter, both of this city. The Courier-Journ836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. OFFICE and had long been a sufferer from ent again smugly observes that mation. These fix their doctrines !! CUMB. MAIN 507, PHONES CITY the infirmities of her advanced age. Baldwin. Mrs. James T. Larkin and daugh "England would put down this trea- to suit their members. Their bo- ter, Mrs. Clint Koerner, who were Surviving her are three daughters WORKS-Thirtee- nth Thomas II. Brown, former LieuBreckinridge and Ninth and Magaaliav. ! ! aad son and rebellion In Ireland with lief changes with tho years and called here "by the death of Charles and two sons. (I tenant of police but for tho past an iron hand, but that would mean sometimes with tho seasons. If Ahorn. have returned to their home year with the L. & N. railroad, died ' A. Moore, a "tTlie hody Xrank bloody warfare and tho killing of some doctrines dp not suit some of at Frankfort. l' .'. , natlve'0fthisof city, who died' lrr indy.aUoniaonaf1ns home, 1538 soum smn street, loihHgig an illmany thousands of Innocent women their members they are free to find , Main 2360-of .Now York-- arrived hero Saturday ness of only ten days ol Bright's City 2360. Com. B'rank Gohmann, son and children." doctrines that are more to their Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gohmann, 503 and was taken to the chapel of disease. He had a wide circle of In other words, Morton (Milford taste. But tho doctrines of the East Elm street. New Albany, who Gran W. Smith, from where the fu- acquaintances, by whom he was well in neral took place Monday, the buna! liked. He Is survived by his widow, Coast Artillery would have us believe that England Catholic church do not change. The served in the being in St. Louis cemetery. He was Mrs. Mary Brown; a son, Thomas has changed. He must know, as church is the infallible teacher of France, has returned home. of Thomas Moore, a Brown, and three daughters, Misses, a brother wo all know, that England's past doctrines which she has received as Mrs. William B. Curley, of West Louisville printer now in charge of Helen, Suvina and Desman Brown. history in Ireland reeks with blood- a sacred trust, and she is not at Broadway, and Mrs. Charles Talley, tho Chicago Police Journal. Tho funeral and requiem mass were shed and slaughter, and the killing liberty to whittle them away or to of West Oak street, are visiting at Tuesday morning at, St. Louis 0 disease nroved fatal to held LOUISVILLE, EX. E. CHESTNUT Heart the jguosts and starving of Innocent women change them to suit the Whims of Edgerley, La., asW. RSgland. of their Clements Kiel, an aged contracting Bertrand's church. v sister, Mrs. R. may and children would bo no new ex- doubters or unbelievers. carpenter and regular communicant It LEAVES JldSri'llAlfc.' perience with the Government that surprise these envoys to learn that Cornoral Harry J. Hennessy ar of St. Vincent do Paul's church, at v"W,w' 1214 South Jackson In the famine of '48 stole the food they are by no means tho first to rived home Tuesday evening from his home, Joseph N. Higgins, w(ho loft the by his He is survived Canm Sherman, where he had been street. sent from' America to the people of seek unity of Christian thought past several days widow, Mrs. Ella Krebs Kiel; a son. Kentucky Irish American at tho outIreland. No, Mr. Milford, that is throughout the world. The Popes stationed for the from overseas. Clements Kiel, Jr., and two daugh break of the war anuwas'ln all tho since his arrival ters, Mrs. Charles G. Pfeiffer and battles with the "fighting Filth not tho real reason of John Bull's have been laboring earnestly to Lieut. Bornard O'Brien, for fif- Mrs.'M. J. Carey. His funeral was Marines until severely wounded by hesitation to slaughter and murder bring this about for centuries. But LOUISVILLE, KY. 619 S. SECOND ST. an exploding shell on .November 5 teen months in Franco with tho held Tuesday, morning. the people of Ireland. Tho real apparently there are many who do has and has since been ,in tho hospital First Gas and Flamo Regiment, parreason was pointed out by St. Pat- not wish to see Christian unity been spending a week with his Friday morning tho last rites 01! in France, writes that he has recovthe church were held over tho re- ered from his injuries and will be rick's day orators from all parts of brought about. Those three Bish- ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. OlBrien. mains of Florence Hitman, fifteen sent to one of thevbase ports, which the globe. England, tho hypocrite ops of tho Episcopal church are daughter beloved of means that ho will bohome the latMiss Anna Malone, who has been years old, and poser as the friend of small na- apparently In real earnest In their St. ill of Influenza at the home of her George and Emma Ritman, at Rit- ter part of April or early In May. tions, is afraid of tho pitiless light mission. That Is to their credit at aunt, Mrs. George Graves, BOG East John's, Clay and Walnut. Miss It was his division that stopped the being turned on her machinations, any rate. They are probably mis- Main street, New Albany, Is Improv- man was a favorite in her circle, Huns and turned the tide for the ' 1529 WEST MARKET STREET and fearful of tho trend of public taken in their plans for church ing and hopes to soon be able to and for the bereaved parents there allied forces. is felt slncerest sympathy. Death again. opinion in America, from where Unity, but there is hope for them. be out came to her Wednesday morning at PROPAGANDA. thousands of soldiers of Irish blood If they set the proper value upon Mr .and Mrs. P. J. Fitzgerald, of the family residence, 71 C East came to save her when she was It and attentively study tho Catholic 700 Florence Place, had as their Broadway. "I thank .God for Henry Watter-so- n whipped to her knees. position while In Rome thoy may guest for the past week Sergeant his type who ar years a memMichael O'Nellr-fo- r Louis, t find it for themselves if not for Thomas Fltzgibbons, of St. Franco ber of the local police force and dally warning 'the people of Amerr n who has just returned from CERTAINLY RIDICULOUS. others. But there is only ono way with the Ace of Diamonds Division. Station Keeper in the Sixth district, ica of jho (evils of the projected Mary and Elizabeth League o& Nations," declared Judge died at Sts. Although tho war is virtually a for them to attain unity with the Scanned an- Hospital last Friday. Ho leaves Matt O'Dohbrty Monday night In an Mr. thing of the past, martial law with Catholic church that is for them nounce and Mrs. B. J. 'tho Tyler at a banquet engagement of their one daughter, Mrs. John J. McClos-ke- address All other daughter,theMiss Aleeh- - Scannell, to with by LoulsyllldfAssembly, Fourth de- 2412 West Broadway, all its 'Injustice still is the order of to become Catholics. The fu greejKnlghts, of Columbus. "Dur01 whom he made his home. AL. S. SMITH, PROP., the day in Ireland. Arrests and Im- schemes are visionary- and can lead F rst lileut. James o. wens, Burlington, Vt., stationed at Camp neral was held from St. Charlea ing tne'wa'r theie-- was much talk prisonments on the flimsiest charges to nothing. Zachary Taylor. Tho wedding will church, attended by many of hi abouts prbGerman propaganda and are of hourly occurrence until it e friends and associates. of Its terrlb'l(f' grip on the people take place in April. TOO 3IUOII FOR TEACE. may be said that there is not an these" United States but I am hero Mrs. Johanna Lawlor, ono of the to stato,"that tho proEngllsh eleTniilRvllIfi neonle who were visit adult man in, the country who has Tho more the league of nations 13 ing and being enterfained in Now old and respected members" of St. ment j'and. propaganda in connection not experienced the delights of the discussed the more evident it beinto with , the formation of the leaguo BOTH PHONES 810. were Mrs. Patrick's c'ongregation.-passe- d City last week King's hospitality in jail. And comes that its constitution is com- York Maggie eternal rest Tuesday night at the that isunnlng rampant through the Miss Farrell. Mavnio Unjte'd States today is far more this "in tho twentieth century and at plicated, vague and unsatisfactory. Keenan, Mrs. George Kennedy, P. B. homo of her son William Lawler, SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND 2ANE STS. street. She North the hands of the foremost champion When Senators pointed out, a few Lanham. Lieut. Andrew Carter. J. 420 seventy-fiv- eTwentieth old and was subtle anil far more dangerous than years J, T. Hill, F. P. Smith and A. H. was ready to help her neighbors In Germanpropaganda ever was at Its of the rights of small nations! Of weeks ago, that It endangered the over height.' V. course the world understands that Monroe doctrine advocates of the Walker. suffering and distress. Besides her Judge' O'Doherty in opposing, the son sho Is survived by two daugh League- of Niitions declared that no the object of this terrorism Is the league replied that it strengthened FAITH NOW SHAKY. ters. Mrs. Mary Hartlage, of Detroit, matter what went on at the peace stifling of Ireland's voice, which Is and extended that doctrine. It was CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071.y Scully, of Lima, conference there could be but ono t HOME PHONE 88 Wilson, Our loudly demanding justice at the to apply the Monroe doctrine to the owing faith In President direct an- and Mrs. Frances placo of two natural results obtained Ohio. The funeral took to his evasion of a court of tho assombled nations. whole world and have it guaranteed swer to the question If he would use iituisuuj muiuiuf not be either the leacuo would Vested with the power to enforco its That British propaganda has suc- by every nation, in the league. The his Influence at the peace table for Monday morning the funeral pf decrees, making it nothing moro or for Ireland, Is beceeded in warping the judgment of test of this claim camo when a coming shaky. Notwithstanding tho Mrs. Anna wacntei was neia irom Jess than a debating society, or it many well meaning people Is evident member of the American league to fact that we sounded his praise for St. Philip Neri's church, of which would be so vested. In the event from the manner in which some enforce peace attempted to havo the having kept us out of tho war and she was one of the oldest members, that the latter obtained, Judge public men refer to freland's case league of nations union favor an gloried In his act of having led us and tho edifice was filled with sor- OTioberty seemed to fear tho reas one of England's domestic con- amendment designed to safeguard Into tho war, wo can not endorse his rowing relatives and. friends. Mrs. turn of English domination over . was the widow of Martin America and people, i American treatment of the committee fnre-!:33.-fAdCoixi. cerns, just as it Ireland were one of tho Monroe doctrine. He failed to journeyed to Washington to that Wachtel see L. Wachtel and is survived by a arguing that the votes of the Eurothe English shires. A glance at a win over the English and French him, nor his action at the New sont Martin L. Wachtel; six daugh- pean powers would far outnumber AVVVVVAVtVVVVVVVVVVVVAaAAVVVVVVA'V'VVVAV child's school geography will, how- delegates who dominated the con York meeting befpre his last de- ters, Mrs. Fred Heffernan, Mrs. J. whatever representation as to vptes John G. Epplng, the United States could hope for. His attitude F. Rlebl, Mrs. ever, convince those people that ference. ThlB Is only ono of tho parture for France. Miss Emma And as England, he said, at present on both occasions were evidences Mrs. W. A. McCann, Ireland is not an English shire, but many difficulties that tho league of that he was not in sympathy with Wachtel; four brothers, John, is by far the strongest of present- n distinct country and consequently nations will be compelled to face. tho cause of freedom for Ireland. Barth, Louis and William Ropetto, day European nations, sho would her case can not bo ono of Eng- Of course many of these difficulties Many think that he Is swayed by and a sister, Mrs. Virginia Bernaro, naturally dominate tho entire leaguo George, all of Louisville. of and that, sho would thus regain, bit land's domestic concerns. And what may be straightened out later. But the influence RogerLlovd by bit, her erstwhile Influence over Law, proposed Bonar Englishmen andCarson and objection can they have to Ire- tho constitution of the UkUerltes. News of the death of Miss Mar- America and American politics. He other 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, land's case being presented to the league should be explicit on matters His tho Irish question garet Deely on Sunday afternoon at said if indeed tho League or NaPeace Conference? Why, in the that may cause trouble later. We may yet have the effect of side- her' home, 1338 South Sixth street, tions Is perfected that ho saw Engto the foreground gloom St. conference England and'her colonies should like to see this league of tracking his pet hobby, tho Leaguo spread a pall of parish, over Bhe land stepping allowed herself to be where while America LoUls Bertrand's many votes as America, nations plan separated from the of Nations. Catholic Tribune. will have as had spent her life and was held In nu3hed to the background of uni Franoe, Italy and Japan comhlned. other peace terms at the Paris conhighest esteem. Miss Deely was an versal affairs. He called upon the FORTY nOURS. lEMTOIHJftS. to be made Engladn therefore will be in posi- ference. Apparently II Toraorow the Forty Hours' devo- untiring worker for her church and men of America to think moro of Washington deal tion to control the conference, for an Integral part of the peace treaty. tion will open at St. James church friends, and her happy disposition Ings and to In their politicalfamous Climb. Maia SOOS.a Home City 200S X generous nature made her a remember his a sola high mas and England's influence with the smaller In that xauq it the United States with close on Tuesday.come toexposi- and II favorite in all circles, and the at- - words in his farewell address as to The I"M"M"H' I H H H 1 1 I e I M tfrfr4 emn 4 nations represented is very great. Senate rotes against the league it tion will open with a procession tendance at her funeral Tuesday "entangling alliances" with foreign to was a tribute her nations. In concluding his addreis Would it not appear than thai, If will be placed In the position of and; there will be services both Sun-da- y morning IlHOOYKRING street for the past two weeks, has Her he said that he firmly believed the Rev. womanly virtues and worth. and Monday t' J tififl tn rtrt i clean bill rejecting the peace treaty and con- - Father WUlett will evenings. almost entirely recovered and exdeath followed an. illness or pneu-- J League of Nations to be merely a be assisted by of war with Oer-Kleffer, nests from onr city monla. but not pefllre she aad been sweet dream of fancy never to be til Louis J. home on who haul beon pect to be able to leave for Canada at his wwt JMCmmu within the next few day. ly iforttlfed by iOf McrAmenta of .ceauaod PROPAGANDA. st John D. Moore Tobacco Co. Guaranteed by Mulloy's New Blend Coffee 1- -2; 1818-182- RHI rm Brod-erlc- k, al n, n, JOHN M. MXJIXyQY n. x P. BANNON Mc-Mpi- n. PIPE CO. man-mad- J Con-nell- 1 1 J al ed 573-178- a99mmmmmWtBMmwwwi Ftmeral Director and Embnlmer Y. 717-71- CHAS. H. BODEN FUNERAL DIRECTOR THOMAS KEENAN II and-amen- f&93W999hr49-ffllFuneral Director -- y, GRAN W. SMITH'S SON and - old-tim- Embalmcr J - J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. c f3f4 822 - 4C'I-t'MII'?H-Hl't-tIlM'H-- H' DOUGHERTY & McELIOlT side-steppi- -- Funeral Directors and Embaimers BOTH s & jsebolojbcy RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS ELECT IN ATRIL. The Queen's Daughters will hold ing should cover all. their election of officers at their Readers of the Kentucky Irish American arc. earnestly 4. next meeting on Friday, April BACK TO CIVIES. urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements The nominations made are as follows: Will M. Reddlngton, the we.l they find in these colunis. We aim to protect our read" President Mrs. E. S. Monohan, known Louisville boy, who has rs by accepting only firms of known responsibility. been in the navy and lately staMrs. J. H. Buschemeyer. Vice Presidents Mrs. J. C. Mur- tioned at Camp Barry, of the Great phy, Mrs. J. B. Arbogust, Miss Elea- Lakes encampment, received his disnor Harris, Mrs. J. H. Buschemeyer, charge this week and will be back Mrs. John Metcalfe, Mrs. N. H. to the old civilian life in the next X2VT day or two. Duane. Recording Secretary Mrs. John OIv-AJMiss Wljhelmina M. OAPT. RYAN HOME. Dewberry, r XMCOSrOBATBD Waller. LOUISVIIjIiBl KENTUCKY Secretary Miss Corresponding Capt. James Ryan, of Covington, I who has been connected with tho Alice Hayes, Miss Katie Collins. LARGEST IN THE SOUTH. Treasurer Miss Elizabeth Sauter, Army Medical Corps in England, Mrs. John Metcalfe. arrived in New York last week and D. is expected to oon reach home. Mrs. Thomas Directors NATIONAL Cllnes, 'Mrs. Grace Garvin, Mrs. National Roofing George Berkley, Miss Eleanor HarHomo Phono City 1931 WILL VISIT TOPE. Company ris, Mrs. John Metcalfe, Mrs. John TOM TOLAKIS, Prop. Right Rev. John E. Gunn, Bishop Thomas. INCORPORATED 825 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. of Natchez, is spending Lent making Suits Pressed While You Walt. Pitch, Coal Tar, Tarred Felts, complete visitation of tho a WORTHY APPEAL. Hats Cleaned and Blocked While Gravel Roofing (A Specialty). churches and convents of his dioYou Walt Soldiers' Uniforms and The annual collection for the sup- cese, and expects to go to Rome Hats a Specialty. Work Called For 124 W. Main port of the Indian and negro this summer. and Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, Phones City 1250; Main 14G0-churches and schools will bo. taken Attention and Quality." K. OF C. CONCERT. up tomorrow in all the churches of ASSOOXAXXMT PEOPLE'S PROVIDENT THE) SIGN OF QUALITY this diocese, and Right Rev. Bishop The Catholic Concert Singing SoO'Donaghuo urges Catholics to conIncorporated Hlghl'd 7411 tribute generously to this very good ciety will give a sacred concert toCiUxeas Bast 180 Was Organized by cause, and thereby continue the morrow evening at the Knights of to Make KENTUCKY commendablo interest they have al- Columbus Hall and the public is inLAUNDRY HOAX8 The programme ways shown In this work. In this vited to attend. CO. On Furniture and Other Personal connection Cardinal Gibbons and includes some of the best local talProperty at Incorporated Archbishop Dougherty also make an ent and will be given under tho diLOWEST KATES 014022 earnest appeal for the support of rection of John P. Recktenwald. COLEMAN BUILDING and Miss tho Indian and negro churches and Miss Gertrude Simpson Underbill St. THIRD AND JEFFBRSON schools. In this diocese there are Alice Everin will be the accom8.E. COR Both Phones 2886 Geo. Dearborn four churches and seven schools for panists. Manager the colored people, and their main ROYS' SANCTUARY CHOm. Home Phone City 7638 THE MERRY WILL CANTEEN CO. support comes from this collection. X gi8gtBf hatters ''B "RS Servico now includes a great variety of activities, and our civilian train- iiirc amkrioasjts MOURN HER DEATn. Ir XYJBEfc Supply and - Wall-kno- f BUNGER'S CHILE CAFETERIA Coke Station, Camp Taylor, Ky. With tho passing of Sister Augustine Donovan on Tuesday at FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, S. 9192-C. 4203 God called into heavenly rest the soul of another holy and saintly woman, who had given her life to JNO. P. MORTON & CO. Both Phonos 2406 Js 0 6 charity work and the care of the poor. Sister Augustine was born at INCORPORATED n years Lawrence, Mass., Adolph Rcutllnger ago. Becoming a Sister of Charity Kstabllahed 182G. Louisville, N8URANO I of Nazareth, she had devoted her TORNADO, LIABILITY AND life to nursing back to health and OFFICE OUTFITTKBS' PLATE GLASS happiness almost countless patients PRINTERS STATIONERS 123 SOUTH THIRJ STREET at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth's, and was In charge of the charity paLOUISVniLB SAVINGS tients until her health failed last SOUTH winter. Her funeral was held AND DEPOSIT BANK Wednesday morning, when the body i was taken to Nazareth for burial in BUILDER Fourth and Central Avenue tho community cemetery. Surviving Augustlno are a brother and Three Per Cent Paid on Savings Sistersisters, a nephew In the navy 2431 MONTGOMERY STREET Deposits. A General Banking Busi- two and a nephew in tho aero service. ness Transacted. Home Phone Shawnee 1010 A 458 Sooth Fifth Street Everything for the Soldiers Cigars, Restaurant FIRST CLASS SERVICE INTO ETERNAL REST. RIUTLINQIR R. FIRE fifty-seve- The boys' sanctuary choir of St. Louis Bertrand's church is now recognized as the most proiTcient over heard in Louisville. Trained under tho direction of Rev. John B. O. P., their progress has been remarkable. The choir numbers twenty boys, who not only sing the responses at the services, but also assist in the singing of the Holy Hour on Thursday evenings. Daw-kin- s, all charities and 1e.1l friends of the poor. The survivors of Mrs. Coll Road Servico. Homo City 8300 are ueorge uou, aan Antonio; Sirs. Cornelius McNamara, of Keoduk; JOHN D. ROMMEL CO. Mrs. Charles E. Edelen and James Coll, of Louisville;- Bernard A. Coll, 014 South Third St. to whose homo the body was taken; John P. Coll, Ernest J. Coll and ACCESSORIES Charles Coll, of Jeffersonvllle. Mrs. FISK TIRES Coll was one of the oldest members of St. Augustine's church, from JOHN H. O'LEARY & CO. where the funeral was held, Rev. Headquarters for Father Halpln celebrating tho requiem high mass. CITY AND FARM PROPERTV See us about anything In real ARCHBISHOP ILYYES. estate. Wo sell, buy and rent. 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Prominent dignitaries of the Catholic church assembled in New Home Phono City 4464. York City on Wednesday to assist at SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. the installation of tho Most Rev. Patrick Joseph Hayes as Archbishop Loans to thoso having regular Inof New York in St. Patrick's Cathe- comes or salary, with no publicity dral. Most Rev. John Bonzano, or red tape. Loans to housekeepers Apostolic Delecato to the TTnlimi an their personal security. States, represented Pope Benedict F. R. POOLEY, anu omciateu at tne Impressive Building, ceremony. More than 1,000 priests Room 1, Courier-Journof the archdiocese, including many 415 S. Fourth Street. army and navy chaplains, assisted at the rites and kissed the archlepls-copring in token of their obedi- T. E. YANN DAIRY COMPANY ence. Tho conferring nf Mia nnlllittn Incorporated. will not take place until after Easter and to this elaborate ceremony SOUTH WENZEL ST. tho hierarchy in the United States win 00 mvitea. Both Phones 4202 REBUKE LLOYD GEORGE. al al Many friends and relatives aro mourning tho passing of Mrs. Marie Herron Coll, who died Sunday mornlnir nt tho hnmo nf hop nnn'.ln. law, Dr. Charles A. Edelen, Sixth anu oaK streets, this city. The body was removed to Jeffersonvllle, which she regarded as her homo. Mrs. Coll was a natlvo of New Or leans, but cauio, to Louisville as a child and on March 8, 18G0, was married to Maurice ColL, Nine years later they moved to Jeffersonvllle, where they soon became prominent In church and society circles, ,belng very devout and generous donors to RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUVERS 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-er- s by accepting only firms of known responsibility. REPAIRING WELDrNa Expert Attention On Repairs On All Makes of Oars SPECIALISTS ON FORD REPAIRING ERNEST SMITH, Prop. 713 SOUTH SEVENTH AUTO WELDING & REPAIR GO. Both Phones 2300 ST., LOUISVILLE, KY. Home Phons 2556 Louis 900-90- A. Broring, D. D. S. DENTIST 1 STARKS BUILDING. JTlcMOKERS &J.$&&JS$$i$ TtiE ,S"-wce- . Of 'Air Hour. FOR SAM L. ROBERTSON CONTRACTOR ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOHft 1815 ri. Twenty-sixt-h St. Home Phone Shawnee 368 WM. P. BANNON CONTRACTING PLASTERER 508-51- 0 Brook and Bloom City 8380 Home City 2803 REPAIR WORK PLUMBING Cumb. S. . 158-- T GOING FAR AWAY. Mrs. Kathorino Mooney, of Cincinnati, who has numerous friends in Louisville, has been spending the past week with her brother, Edward D. Shlnnlck, and family at Shelby-villbefore going to Cailfornia, where she will make her home for the future. MOTHER JAMES. ARTHUR A. WILL e, W. C. Hellmann, for the past four GARAGE years Advertising Manager for Levy Street 000 East Franklin Bros., left this week for his old 110 E. Ma- - or 110 W. Mala home in Chicago, where he will be Gas, Oil a , Repairing, Washing associated with the House of GROCERIES AND FRESH MEATS and Polishing a Specialty. tho greatest in the Cumb. Main 967-- A Home, City 3481. Windy City. During his residence here Mr. Hellmann made a legion Highland 1033 of friends who part with him with M. regret but wish him every success JOS. V. SPANINGER in his new field. He is a Knight TOBACCONIST WHOLESALE GROCERY AND SALOON, FINE of Columbus and President of the Advertisers' Club", and also Presi WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS 000 West Main Street dent of the Better Business Board. He was indeed a live wire in the 370 Baxter Avenuo Louisville, Ky. business world, and tho Kuppen- heimors are fortunate in securing SERVICE him for their staff. KOERNER & STRADER FRANK A. OHLMANN When in Louisville Store Your Car GOES BACK HOME. at tho Mother James, the new Superior, arrived hero last week and was at once installed in charge of the Good Shepherd Convent on Eighth street. taking the place of Mother Columba, who was transferred after a very fruitful service In Louisville. Mother James comes hero from tho Convent of Our Lady of the Woods- at Car thage, Ohio. - "SOUTHERN STAR" English politicians look upon the result In the Parliamentary election SLICED BACON in the West Leyton division Saturday as a sharp reminder to the "Ail Ready for Your Griddle In the Coalition Government of Premier Morning" Lloyd George of popular discontent. HAMS. LARD, SAUSAGE The division returned A. E. LOUISVmLE PROVISION CO. an Independent Liberal, who Incorporated was defeated in December by a majority of 2.000 over K. F. Mason, DEAD ANIMALS Coalition Unionist. In the general election In December the Coalition CASH PRICES PAH) Unionist, Col. Wrlghtson, whose HIGHEST death made the election necessary, Call Homo Phone polled 12,000 votes to Newbould's Cumb. Phone Main. 721. City 721; 5,000. New-boul- d, A SPECIALTY FRED HORNUNG, JR: AND GAS FITTINa 712 West Jefferson Street Louisville, Ky. Home Phono Shawnee 801 HENRY OOSS VALUABLE BEQUESTS. LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. Roofing, Guttering, Spouting Roofs Repaired and Painted Asphalt Shingles a Specialty 2011 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. Tin J. BUCKNER NEW LADIES' HAT SHOP. Ladies, Avoid the Rush MESSENGER best workmanship prices. The Walnut Straw Works Is now open to tho ladies of the city who are desirous of getting "the besr'to he had in cleaning, dyeing and re shaping of their last year's spring hats. Conrad Babey is tho Manager and has had many years of experience and promises to give the at reasonable INSPIRED BY PICTURES. Confederate Tieasury Department, which Is left to the Confederate Museum at Richmond, Va. The THE Aimerlcan-Iris- h Historical Society in Indiana Is to receive a large collection of Irish books, to bo known as the Thomas Addis Emmet collection. CONSECRATION. IHMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES GLOBE SECURITY & LOAN CO. Dr Thomas Addh Emmot, who Incorporated. died In New York only recently, All Kinds of Footwear For the A. Lazar, Manager cherished the Idea that some day Whole Family Money Advanced on Yonr Plain Note Ireland would take her place among 312 West Jefferson Street the nations of the earth. Dr. Emmet Two HAMBLY'S Stores left an estate of more than (Second Floor) Shaw. 171G $1,000,000, and among his treas- 20th and Portland. City 7164 Homo Phono City 2067. ured posesslon was tho seal of the 18th and Magazine , Brine your last year's hat to us early and savo money by navlns it reblocked In the newest shape. We Have Thirty Hew Shape To Select Prom. Our method of reblocklnfr.a clean-In- s Ereat and dyeing has proven success. Our forty years of business Is our guarantee. When you bring your hat to us you are bringing It to a reliable Louisville concern and you will get the best attention. Falls City Straw Works 713 WEST JEPPEBSOR LIEUT. KAVANAGH LANDS. (DAY OR NIGHT.) STREET. 000 SOUTH FIFTH First Lieut. Bernard J. KnvanaKh. Wo purchase and deliver theater of this city, and formerly connected tickets, lunches, railroad tickets, with the Attorney General's office berths, etc. Prompt and reliable at Frankfort, arrived at Newport messengers for all kinds of personal News Wednesday from overseas, and and private business. Phono City reports that he wasxm,lghty happy 4414. to oe oacit in tno out u. S. onco more. Lieut. Kavanagh went to France in the closing days of the war, Just In time to hear the final C-OA- -L echoes of the 'big battles. He is a nephew of Attorney J. J. Kavanagh and Mrs. Mary T. Banett, of East Main street. t It Is an excellent custom, to have religious pictures In tho home. A picture of the Sacred Heart of Jesus Is a constant protection, a continuous sermon. It 'Inspires one with holy thoughts, raises tho heart heavenward, and Is a public' profession of faith. WAITING. The consecration of the Tlight Rev. Josonh P. McRrnl.li. Tllalinn. elect of iBaker City, will take place Tuesday, March 25, In St. James Cathedral, Seattle. Tho consecrating Bishop will be tho Right Rev. uawaru J. uuea, of Seattle, assisted by the Right Rev. John P. Carroll, of Helena, and the nicrlit Rev. Mathias C Lenihan, of Great Bishop-elec- t Falls. McGrath will succeed Bishop O'Reilly, now of jjincom, Nea., m tno see of Baker City. HONORED Irish-American The best GLASSES you can get 'Ask Any are the only safe kind to wear. Oculist." Correct GLASSES aro as Important OPTICAL as the right medicine and WB maka ' COMPANY them. 013 Fourth Avenne, Loulsvillo, Ky., Opposite Mary Anderses. t$gj LOUISVILLE,. KY. prices that are always the lowest. Satisfaction guaranteed. B l I 426 W. MARKET STREET North Side St. Bernard Lump PerTon JlJ.yU g AA GLAD TO BE HOME. M. J. McNerney, one of the first We are now prepared to deliver coal to relinquish his business to entej promptly to all parts of city. tne war with tne First Kentucky transferred to tho ST. BERNARD MINING CO. and later was first-cla"You re welcome back, sea forces as mechanic. (Iicorporated) Both Phones 033. was discharged at Camp DIx and has returned to Louisville, where he will again engage in the plumb- There's a little mother waiting and her eyes are dim with tears ing business. He carries with him FULL SUPPLY ALL KINDS tho commendation of Admiral .Hall, With the weariness of watching through all the fonely years; U. S. N and Paymaster Collins for ndI'd give the very heart of me ability and faithful services," ' RIVER PISH to feel her kiss once more; And our hands a clasping tightly n OYSTERS AND SHRIMP DESIROUS FOR ANCESTRY. we entered at the door. SMOKED PISH Writing home of tho NORTON BUILDING Aged and from tho at Flatbush, Theie's a little mother waiting Infirm Both Phones 2046 where the peat fires brightly N.W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson Brooklyn, N. Y., James J. Murphy glow. asks the aid of the Kentucky Irish American In obtaining information Whole the air 3 sweet and mellow as the soft winds gently as to the ancestry of his mother, blow; Mary Garrlty, born in Longford, Ifljrewlft Hd Atatrmtl Kails SclwrtlfictBj TreiW Ireland. Any Information sent him And I'd give up all tho wealth there Is In money or In land will bo appreciated as a great favor. Dr. Uriah Z. Litssy air. uuurpnys ratner was a Missis To be sitting by an Irish hearth a RSL'r-SPsholdln' of her hand. sippi river steamboat man. His parChiropodist ents are both dead. In 'his letter he. 507 HINTS ON STYLE. Cor. Brook and Market Sts, informs us lie was an admirer and r kvT' .'..3!&'h$?MM Starts friend of Abraham Lincoln and the I sa., r'tKVr'?tii&mKKr Btdldinj late Archbishop Spalding. Butons are going to be immensely JfMrsr y,.'f BBVaV important In spring clothes. Both Pbo?cr MEN'S BLACK OR TAN Milliners aro making a strong MILITARY TRAINING. propaganda for the adoption of orna JOHN B. RATTERMAN The attitude of Congress toward mental turbans. Sport clothes have been relegated tho standing army shows its accept ance of tho view that universal mili- for tho coming season and women, tary training is the best and most young and old, will return to tha PUNERAL DIRECTOR effective method of providing for better form of dressing. Tho Directolra gown seems to bo the national defense. It would limit These shoes are world beater-the- y look well and they stand the 2114 WEST MARKET STREET the standing army and maintain it in the ascendant. baxurs of service. They are designed only as a nucleus for greater araiies For evening and dinner frocks tho and bunt for service and they render that service. PhoDes Shawnee 1243. Cumberland which may be required In emergen- taffeteria is again working. cies. In order that the emergency Ja tiho favorite spring fab- SPALDING SHOE CO. West 1107a. army may bo made immediately Tic.Taffeta. BZaSCTSEXTK AXT0 MAPIVS effective, it Is necessary that its put Women District Out of the members know something regard- money Into aro warned not toskirts sweaters, EVEOTHQS OPEN ing drill and the handling of arms. and shirtwaists. Theseparate yearning for For this reason it is desirable that sensible clothes has mlade them un every man have socio training In popular. SfrH"I"M"H' this respect. It is not at all necesFuneral Directors Is felt that eatln may have had sary that ho" become a professional its It day as a spring fabric soldior. Gen. Leonard Wood In his d Emhalmers. The muslin blouses 1 said there may be the forerunners of a wide address in Chicago have been no European AVBJIWCrja would citizens of Great Britain war revival of colored muslin frocks. SXO if tho and Homespuns, cheviots and other re? TcJepboM 1MM. the United States had been trained CU17 MUtIM burn. nvio vibll to the use of arms, Germany felt Ushered in with early spring clothes, safe in attacking, he said, because are lacking FURTHER THRD7T BD7ETU8. it was convinced that it would win Jersey cloth has taken unto itself either of theso great nations There Is more money In America before get its men trained for de- the air of a conqueror and aepires could 10c than ever before in its history. War fense. "Universal service training," to formal place In society. It is Savings Stamps are being offered. said Gen. Wood, "is now our insur- nandled by the dressmakers In the way as satin. Vietory Liberty bonds soon will be ance against other wars." In using A . 5c f The skirt of available. By putting our money the term "service tralnlm?." Gen. considered mostheavy silk jersey is desimblo by well into inese saie uovernment securi- Wood employs an expression women. t$ ' ties the nation will be helped, the suggests more than training In that pressed said thayigte spring atherA the It is funds will be safely and profitably handling of arms. In modern war- wirk be a UrisBBBBBsl dainty neck Invested and the thrift hsiiiijr ill be fare the soldier with the gun Is not ltMesV.TBHpjBont with suits K o4vra a so Important as to the old b4 FISH FOR LENT. There's a little mother waiting "In a cottage o'er the sea; )h! the aching and the longing mars in ner nearc nor me. Sure I'd give a thousand years away to feel her arms ones more x And to hear her whisper brokenly, BY JESUITS. A complete lino of Foraltore at ss FRED ERHART ARCHITECT Jesuits delivered the panegyrics on St. Patrick in the Irish churches of Rome on Monday. Rev. John J. O'Rourke, S. J., of the Maryland-NeYork Province of the Society of Jesus, who is a professor in the Pontifical Biblical Institute, occupied the pulpit In San Patrlzio, of the Irish Augustlnians; and Rev. Charles Macksey, S. J., of Boston, Mass., who Is professor of ethics In the Gregorian University, preached In St. Isidore church, of the Irish Franciscans. w I n MEAN GOODBYE TO MR. FLY Screen with Dow's DOW WIRE & I "As Near to You as the Nearest Phone' Screens. IRON WORKS 1 S Incorporated 21TW. MAnkri I I U H FUNERAL FLOWERS iiotii raoNcs. A SPKCIAL SPRAY $3.00 A SPECIAL WREATH $5.00 HEItO'S LAST LETTER. Chaplain Francis A. Kelly, of tho h Division, who has just overseas, from returned brought a letter which ho found on a boy soldier who died during the drive on the Hlndenburg line. Tho letter was addressed to his mother, Twenty-sevent- LADIES! prices. JsH We "mitimms?s UU tourm lartrvKr htmx PERFECT FITTING tmjti.nta u . s .wsjESgas- CORNS,BUNIONS v let us shape it into this year's latest mode. We are in a position to do tho best of work at reasonable Cleaning, dying, Brlnir us vtmr last vear's Straw telegraph Flowers Everywhere V Mary Rellly, of Forty-sixt- h Ladies' Hats in the street, New "York City, and Is as follows: "My Dear Mother: I am writing Mrs. latest styles. reblocklng of SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES WORK SHOES $3.50 to. $600 High-Re- nt II BOSSEaSON and SMOKE Lady Dash Little pastel-colore- TARPY'S FBHH to-d- ay . ins i Best Cigars' Hade f iHmjlMWfMM fnrthABMMH 4?. this lettor on the field, and I got wounded while fighting for Old 515 West Walnut St. Glory. I was wounded threo times. God bless you and the girls. Pray hard for me. Tell Kitty that I love her and am always thinking of her and you. God bless you all till we Editor, has mado scores of his neet In heaven. readers from 50 per cent, to 500 "Your Loving Son." per cent, on investments, who have followed his "tips ' on what to buy FOR RAINY DAY. and when to sell. In oil and mining stocks, during paBt year. He knows Higher rates of wages paid dur- "Who's Who" in the oil game. All ing tho war have opened to workers Information strictly confidential. the choico of various new standards Year's subscription to Kentucky Oil of action they can not all be journal $2. (Free with each new called standards of "living;" The subscription a beautiful map of d have used their un- Kentucky oil fields an artist's idea usual wages to indulge in all sorts of an airplane view of the State, of extravagance which gave littlo worth, ?5; 14x22 Inches.) Write real satisfaction and contributed for free sample copy 16 pages, nothing to permanent family sta- Illustrated, 2 bility. Whero thoy are not harming building, Louisville, Ky. themselves they are cultivating tastes which thoy can not hope permanently to gratify. Tho ones, however, have used their Increases in wages to improve their comfort up to the full efficiency point for themselves and their families, and are thinking carefully before they spend their surplus. Many are investing wisely In homes or working other well considered Investment purchases. The wisest of all are putting a large share of their earnings into War Savings Stamps or savings banks to provide for necessities that may arise, for the education of children, etc, and par- that may result from people will ticularly to establish a "turn conditions. around" fund that will enable them as far as they can secure Victory ti to meet more comfortably , any Liberty bonds and thus fortify tor tbs future. In bwtnest or enrploymaat banfl Walnut Straw Works Cb OLD MAN HARRIS OO tvsf Oculists' Prescriptions. OPTICAL XHOOXFOKATXD d SOUTHERN COMPANY Fourth and Chestnut. iv your boys ta tdaoatioa that wS prepare t&toa tor Ufa, near-sighte- ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE "W. Broadway, JjoalSTtils, Xy. Conducted bv tha Xnvarlifi Brothers. Classical, Scientific and BuslaeM Courses, Preparatory Department, Lars Swimming Pool, Well Equipped Oymn. slum. Terms moderate. Mro. Haajamln. Ttr. 113 411-41- Inber-Southo- rn far-sight- ed xkhntk: 7 . JOHN SPECIALIST P. BECKER GLASSES OPTOMETRIST, IN FITTING 50 Twenty Years' Experience. Prices Reasonable. post-armisti- Far-sight- ed S16 Stark- - Bai'dinJ. Tklri them-MlT- Frtk ami Walsmt. Flr PtiOM City 1180. CHIrrXJOBT' IRISH xtett tttumtt J "- A.TSXJ&XZ.X2AJX KNIGHTS' tfatiiiiiitittnfeii(a " CAN'T LOSE "KEYSTONE" GOAT -- OP COLUMBUS UBACoNasM INCORPORATED t pi rTl I I I T--' .11 1AGfcl ?Z ..-- il AY HNH ........ Utl RUN r dP TtlCl i I 1 V r-- r J"S wv Late Ncwi That Will Interest Members Here and HERMAN STRAUS FOURTH AVBNUt SONS MARKET STREET 10 lAurofrfOfMreo vysomooY THAT We Qiv and Rcdctra Gold Trading: In dermany alone the Knights have now ten huts. Indianapolis will endeavor to secure 800 members before March 30. There was a large initiation Into the major degree on Sunday at Kehoo Council at Ludlow has building purchased tho three-stor- y at 33 Elm street. Indiana has begun Its State-wid- e drive to secure its quota of tho million membership. San Francisco Council conferred the second and third degrees on a large class last Sunday. There are more than 500 candidates awaiting initiation in Cincinnati and Hamilton county. There is good prospects that Utah will soon designate Columbus day, October 12, as a legal holiday. Phil Sheridan Council at Fremont, Neb., had a splendid initiation last Sunday in Its new club rooms. Fort vayno Council, starting with aT membership of thirty-eigh- t, has increased in twenty years to 820. wero present last Sunday to witness Stamp. We Oive and Redeem Surety Coupons. V' KNOWS HOW J mSTiiftl House furnishings At Unusually Saving Prices. pure aluminum; Wash Tubs; heavy galvanized Percolators; ofcups; special at, holds six tubs with drop handles; ,.1.25 each tubs sold to a customer. No. S Size; Boilers; oval shape In tin 08c Wash special at boilers with solid coppeT bottoms; No. 8 size, regular price No. 3 Size; $1.23 special at $2.30 S2.69; special at. Dutch Cleanser; for cleaning and Garbage Tails; galvanized corscouring purposes; special at, rugated pails with tight fitting ...25c 3 cans for. n size; specovers; $1.25 cial at, each Wall Paper Cleaner; tho Climax or Electric brand; special at 3 Electric Irons; the Westlnghouse .20c cans for "Cinderella" Iron; a d brooms of guaranteed iron weighBrooms; good quality corn; No. 6 size ing 6 pounds; special with smooth handles; only two Bucket anil Clothes Pins; extra brooms to a customer; special heavy galvanized pail of tho 43c at, each kind contractors use; the ball No Mall or Phono Orders For and ball cars are very strong; These Brooms. and the bottom Is Toilet Paper; a good quality around tho top is a strong steel crepe tissue In band; tho clothes pins are rolls; special at, 6 rolls for 25c niado of smooth finish hardwood and there aro six dozen No Mall or Phono Orders Fo price of This Paper. in the bucket; 70c both Floor Mops; No. 10 cotton mops Na Mall Orders For These handle; attached to a Buckets. 30c special at, each only-twfour-gallohigh-grad- e, three-seweat.-93.00 Clean Up Sale GOODS LEFT OVER FROM LOCKHART OFFERINGS INCLUDING DESIRABLE NO UJE YOU CANT I &ET AWAY FROM! 'THAT GOAT A AINT WS t OLD KENTUCKY. Short Lengths, Slightly Soiled, Ladies' Wear, Men's Wear, Children's Garments, Cambrics, Linens, Ribbons eea0Ae)aAsje0$Ae3Ase)ej0ej$0AejAee)0a$ej$ Hera is a real opportunity to secure desirable offerings at prices never before so low. Come early -. I L ana kc urst cnoicc, Tl nicy won i last 1long. m. Delegations from many places four-oun- ce Bragh." 1 Cincinnati Chapter has been au thorized to Include In Its memberIt won't seem like old Kentucky When they nut old Bourbon out, ship representatives of tho councils. And her mountain dew and good old rye What They Have Been Doing Successful initiations have Just "We'll havo to dream ahout. been held at Falls City and Greeley, the Past Week General Neb., the latter dedicating a service News Notes. If you've ever had a (high-ha- ll stars. flag with twenty-seve- n Made from pure Kentucky dew For Your Savings U. S. Government Protection. One professor and eighteen stuyou will know and understand dents of Mount St. Charles College Then Why wo are feeling blue. More than 30,000 Bank Accounts, representing 100,000 people with a total wore in the class recently Initiated Division 3 of Indianapolis celedeposit of more than $8,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by the at Helena, Mont. brated Robert Emmet's birthday Tho they rob her of her moonshine, into tho order bank. Supremo people ol Louisville at this sate, conservative of illness with a banquet. Because e Tho' they wound her Knight Flaherty has been compelled UNDER THE BIG CLOCK Make returns early for your tickpride, MARKET AT SECOND ets to the St, Patrick's day celebra- There a one thing they can never to cancel his Western trip. He had been five weeks on the road and tion at Bertrand Hall. tako, was stricken at Bismarck, N. D. ' Where is the lad who will The Hibernians of Portland, Ore., Her fame It Is world wide. t, The Knights of Fort Wayne con $ MMT9BVaMBl celebrated in memory of Robert MADX IN LOUISVILLE. MffnT3B?MH take care of the shoes he does ferred tho three degrees on a class JLUeMHsV WARNING TO ENGLAND. the Irish patriot. They attended of 120 candidates. Thn Ladles' Auxiliary and Hi- not like? hnrniaim ninrto nn fiy'neiient nhnwlncr ' From T. P. (Tay Pay) O'Connor high mass at the Cathedral and had Sunday morning at St. Patrick's Universal News Service on Monday tho banquet at the Elks' Temple. The popularity of our boys' Sunday was a busy day In Cin obtained the following statement: church Covington. Price Hill times "My to I have uttered aI cinnati and largo class, while NewUpward of 4,500 people attended' shoes with both "Son" and British statesmen. initiated a the grand ball of the Ancient Ordor warning IS EXTRA GOOD. the,m aSan aa thcy, ,are port and Kehoe Councils did tho In tho Academy of Music at Phila- parents makes "Boston Shoes" TRY IT. BUY IT. delphla, ias Wlod. and deaf to existing- honors for a joint class at Bishop Covington. The Hibernians of Portland, Ore., conditions in Ireland as the states- Carrell Hall in SMILES. the choice of live young Amer"' had as speakers at their St. Pat- - American colonies in eighteenth UPON HONOR ROLL. rick's day celebration their Arch- icans. MAGIC-KELLE- R w bishop and (Bishop Carroll, of '"' iiuu uyiiiu- - News of the death of Edward JT ,., . .warmuEo will uo uearu Helena Huffey, one of Louisville's soldier Aux- The Hibernians and Ladies' parreceived by has "stiy'Tn 'ImerK boys, Mr. been Mrs. Patrick his Huffey, ents, and th Edward is a 2C24 South Third street. n? convinced me that there w liP ' stronger Be sure "That Boy" gets his next pair of Shoes from antMSngllsh movement Huffey enlisted in October, 1918, in Engineers and was now than there has been at any tho Eighty-firmi The Ladles' Auxiliary of Los An- , d of THE SOUTH'S GREATEST SHOE STORE. j1Xetlmo, and Its main sent directly to France, after a geles gave a very successful In lns'plratlon a due tho British brief training at Fort Benjamin TWO-PIEC- E honor of the soldier and sailor boys d Ireland. t Uniess it Is Harrison. The manner of his death hlB movement will have a is not known. Ho wag a nephew of heed SUITS spent a very pleas-- sorimg effect DQt only on Angi0, the Rev. Father Melody and a fro THREE-PIEC- E American relations, but It will young man- of excellent character Tho Ladies' Auxiliary of St. Paul soveroiy embarrass the ultimate and much promise. SUITS have espoused tho cause of the Irisn worklng out o the League of W 41M1 to China with enthusiasm, tIons whlch haa lt3 main relianco In A CURIOUS FACT. WE AEE RESPONSIBLE. in the interest of which they held porfect accord between Britain and " 'J , BEST SERVICE IN THE CITT. an open meeting for the public onAmerica Tho present Government's A curious fact in tho history of Thursday evening. Pollcy of drift toward things Irish tho American press is the developLast Sunday the Hibernians of js disastrous. The Government i3 ment of opposition to the cause of Portland, Ore., who thirty years 80 absorbed In the peaco conference Ireland. This is particularly true Inter-Southe- rn INCORPORATED ago assisted In large numbers at the that it fails to see the signs' of war of the great metropolitan newspacornerstone or St. Patrick's church, 'at home, so concerned with pers. Both Phones 2635. 421 W. Chestnut St. not so many Time was, and that anniversary by be- - struction problem it ignores tho JAMES R. DUFPIN, President. ing present and receiving holy com- m0st crying problem which oxlsted years ago, when practically all th3 LOUISVILLE, ICY. munlon in a body. before the war. Lloyd George is so leading newspapers of the United A largo class was Initiated and concerned with tho proceedings at States were a unit for the freedom Why not take an agency for a conservatively managed, medium-sizeof Ireland. l.ese papers were clean, progressive company, whoso treatment of agents and given tho three degrees at tho last Paris and home problems he is by and 1 of il standing and courtesies with all of tho soles. The Division of at Los An- wise enough to leave Ireland in con- generally owned edited controlled by policyholders and whoso not rarely the evening trol of reactionary politicians of his Individuals and very was deliveerdaddress American Life Insurance Companies givo It a position of tho A race of (by Rev. J. M. Hogerty, same Individuals. arty. The home rule act comes the INCORPORATED who spoke feelingly of the situation into oDeration automatically highest rank? six giants Inhabited the newspaper ofin Ireland and praised the work of .months after ipeace Is signed, ibut fices. They were brainy and great City 01c Guthrie St. 315 Spa.dBldg. CAPITAL, RESERVE AND SURPLUS FOR PROTEC- the new (Parliament. what about the interim? In Ireland Americans. They wero as IndeMain OlO to pendent as they were Intelligent. things aro drifting from bad NAJEE, PER TON. WHERE PROBL TION OF POLICYHOLDERS MORE THAN $4,500,000 OWKS IIII3LAKD DEBT. They preached American principles worse." and stood straight for any causo Taylor" Western Ky. DepoBlt with tho Stato of Kentucky under tho meetAt the regular that Involved liberty and equality. ritOIIIIUTION CONFISCATES. Compulsory Deposit Law moro than $4,600,000. "Harlan" . . . Black Beauty ing of the New Albany Rotary Club, 6.75 Their personality was stamped on One aspect of prohibition that has ?he sheets they edited. Excess deposit over all requirements $1,000,000, No hand held at the Tavern Hotel Monday "Pioneer" . . Straight Creek 7.10 it deor 20 per cent, more than tho law requires. night, E. A. Jonas, associate editor not received the attention aspect. from behind the curtain guided serves is the confiscatory "Jellico ' . . . Wilton Mines 7.10 of the Louisville Herald, was tho bo good, clean agency contracts with renewal commissions, their pen. They were what they For the tnat you may build up a business of your own and havo an lndopend- - principal speaker. There was a For prohibition does confiscate part, were and they wrote and taught as proporty interests, at least In large attendance. Falling upon St. Today many of these ent permanent Income, address the Home Oftlco of tho Company. of they believed. well Patrick's day table decorations at as great as the means of livelihood Of same journals most of them aro DOMESTIC number of people. STEAM INTER-SOUTHER- N the banquet carried out Erin's color a In opposition to Irish claims and LIFE INSURANCE CO. scheme and every speaker took oc- course it would bo expecting too Irish aspirations and Irish hopes. expect LOUISVILLE, KY. casion' to pay his compliments to much of human nature to persons They retain none of tho American IK. I. GRADY, Sales Agent IAS. ). McTIEHE. Sales Atent that the million and more CongressmanIreland's patron saint. Into them by their R. A. WATSON, Manager whose livelihood had been forcibly spirit hreathed picture of a Greeley -elect James W. Dunbar, In a founders. The happy speech, Introduced Mr. Jonas, taken away by prohibition will be or a Raymond or a Dana Is but a of other memory; It Is no longer an inspiracome strong upholders HARVEY-JELLIC- O who took for his topic "So Near proporty rights. And if tomorrow tion. Why is this change? and Yet So Far," and roamed all they should demand the confiscation around it, as he said himself. The press of tho chief American (INCORPORATE)) Touching upon tho positive family of "Standard Oil," tho Steel Trust cities is now controlled by capitalor other corporate or private prop ists. relationship existing between the Lord Northcllffe, in a moFalls Cities, ho passed later to tho erties, by what process of reasoning ment of enthusiasm, announced that If You Want the Best We Have It. work heing done at Paris on behalf could they be convinced tnat such he had gained control of a dozen or DISTRIBUTORS OF THE of struggling nationalities and de- a proceeding would bo robbery and more leading American Journals. Ss clared that it would be Impossible, therefore immoral and not to be There is a bond betweon American besides being unjust, to leave Ire- thought of. They had been robbed capital and English capital. Morgan INCORPORATED land out in tho great act of fair and they had not learned to regard and Rothschild, Harvey and North- BROOK AND A STS. play. He spoke of tho debt civiliza- other property as neing more sacred cliffd, all think much alike. All are is prohition and Chirsllanity owed to the than their own. Tho fact precedent for tho big interests. All aro for S6.65 England. It a selfish dominance Irish and the fact that "centuries of bition has established a and Bolshevists which guides is pen In tho "leadoppression had not tamed their which Socialists as the Place your next order with us. Terms cash. a vindication ing" American newspaper offices. will gladly seize fighting spirit nor modified their economic theories. It is the ardor whether to lovo or to hate." of their blow for .Socialism that has The editors think according to a hardest button touched by tho mysterious been struck in many a day a blow hand behind the curtain. Independ-onc- o JttlSSION A SUCCESS. that will recoil on tho heads of the for Ireland? Why, there is no and last fanatics and bigots very their back- independence in the editorial rooms. The mission that opened Where tho home Is Where work is quickly Sunday at St. Patrick's church for ers before they aro no much older. The writers aro slaves tho slaves Interest In brightest ; uone; the women of the parish has been Personally we havenor would the of tho capitalists. We're Prepared to Do It Promptly being the liquor traffic; well attended, tho church The Irish aro Where tho work Is Whcro cooking seems well filled 'both morning and even- closing of every saloon in tho coun- servative people. naturally a conTheir training Style. and in First-Clas- s lightest; real fun; enjoying. Next week will bo for tho men, try detract an iota from our seo a sobers them. They are Imbued for ment of life, but we liato to Whcro tho meal is wEBEfeXttfll &,.. I H Whcro baking gives de- with mass and instruction at 5:30 centuries with solid, Catholic princooked best; light; and 8 o'clock, and each evening at powerful weapon of offence put into ciples. Their lives hro moulded by hands of those who make war the Christianity they lovo and pracWhere drudge Is oat of 7:45 there will be rosary, sermon tho the right to own property and Where tho raBge stands press is tice. The metropolitan and benediction, and it is sate to on sight the test say that every seat will bo occupied. on ordered government. What ag- driving the Irish race in. America where tho That's where That's the Tho Passionist missionaries, Fathers gravates this aspect of prohibition is into Socialism, not the irreligious "Quick Meal" comes "Quick Meal" eoraea haa conKruip and Aull, aro able and con- tho fact that Congressenjoyment of socialism of anarchy, but a socialIn. , la. firmed tho rich In tho ism which is convinced that capital vincing pulpit orators, and those cellars. This and its press make for the enslavetheir who heard them last Sunday will makes Said, Laatalle ami Hifthly Raeeamamda4 Qatek Mfoal Gas Caril, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, legislation tho prrv.' They are doubtless want to hear them every not only sumptu. '.'"it claBS legis- ment of the people. grasping it, willing or unwilling, night. Circulars, Dodgers, Etc. lation of a pernicious kind. Will the that the influence which held them MARKET ST. plain people tako lundly to a law in bondage in Ireland has crossed COOKRAN INVITED. Dance and Wedding InvitatiMis that discriminates against them the seas and still holds them and of their want of moans? Wo antagonizes them, shall be smashed. a Specialty. Tho friends of Ireland and the people of the Falls Cities generally hardly think so. Inordinate wealth, American and m expert. HMK FKOWE 946. English, is the Iron Maiden which will be much interested in the an"When you master these wonderful ayatemc They meet nouncement that Louisville AssemREGULAtt DAILY SERVICE. clasps her spikes into their bosoms. Taey bly of the Knights of Columbus has modern conditions and Government requlremeots. Every day during the Lenten And the press which opposes Irish save the student 20 per cent la time and money ever tat Invited Hon. Bourke Cockran, of season at 12:15 noon a special freedom opposes American freedom, old bookkeeatair methods or Pitman or Orabam Shorthand. New York, to come to Louisville in Ik held devotion at St. it stands for the capitalistic few Taught exclusively at the near- future to deliver his views Michael' church, Brook street, near Against the millions of labor. Has Rein- - he time party In a defBryant Stratton Basiness College, on the "Irish Question." Noupon, Market, by Rev. Father A. aervicor the Unitedcome for Is new independhart, the pMtor.kShis bort the States? inite day haa bean decided ' Lotdmrille, Ky. leaving the selection of the date en' is appreciated attracted ,4 ence of thti people in dancer? SfaMaadWabmi (inoorporaUd) -good arte Newark Monitor. o jtirely in his hands. aw The Near Mayor and our Shelby County Chief can not get a big initiation at Walla Walla, away from the Keystone Police "Goat", of the Reform (?) admin Wash. Grass Council at Lexington Bluo istration. celebrated St. Patrick's day by staging tho Irish drama, "Erin Go '"MIMIa HIBERNIANS. . !- over-the-riv- er LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK Service and Dress Shoes For Active Boys old-tim- Em-met- I nowan 5C M. SOAP ua s t I '""""" "-"- " $2.50 to $6.00 S'SpffiaahSSTSS1 S1 "moS Sn,i irlfn ' .i'" V" BY SOAP WORKS I st ,nU;tgf MEN TRY US $1.25 $1.50 I - YoURTH-AVBJWI- on t f ' Life Insurance Co. d, Puis Cleaning and Dyeing Co. BYRNE & SPEED COAL CO. $5;90... recon-celebrat- ed ng .... .... COAL COAL CO. QXJAXX'mr - SERVICE OUR LUMBER IS GOOD LUMBER High Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coal PJSR TON. IStEI G. JONBS OO. . .. Where the Quick Meal Comes In WEWANTYOURWORK .ofr PRINTING lltilifcK BA" well-stoc- i Ct oUjM, w. Business Success Is Yours ten-minu- te - KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN iiifliHtiftrtTtiitttitMtttttTttrttMtnr