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Kentucky IisH American sms INTIIIMNT PH9NC: urowntaxi HOME CJMCrVL SERVICE M MAW Every Driver au KHKKH2 Byrt. LottisvHte Carrltga & Taikaft Ct. incorporated VOLUME h XLII.-N- O. 14. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1919. with a PRICE FIVE CENTS. 'M l'.tv n VI 4 lowefjtaf rate, but the straw that broke tMgc&mel's back was tho announcamesttof the new occupational tax. 1.J& Louisville Herald states that ity people have not called to prattst, but fails to consider that thitjpubllc at large is so Expresses Regret That Ho Can Not disgusted thenaro In a "what's the Says Erin Refuses to Continuo Unuse" attltudeg&Ono citizen slipped to Visit Kind Time der the Rule of Groat over a wallojjyiat cleared tho bases Dublin. when interviewed in regard to tho Britain. occupational tesand, strange to say. It got by theiptorald editor and was Tnisl, disgusted taxpayer In print. Irish Race ' Convention tCoiiunkteo said: Would Cheerfully Share the Benefits "EveryoneMiffinis to have been Sails for Paris Pence of Her Freedom AVith bilked in theWoV occupational tax Conference. measure butwthe creosote com England. panles." 4s big Republican Mr. Hert.Ifce creosote owner boss, is tho.fjiily Will First Present Their Claims to around hero, fljwo'.one can corner the Wife of the Irish Patriot Has 'Simnear Mayor jjgQS enough to have the Representatives From him explain ;wy the city Is going ple Faith in Religious bankrupt an4lsccds tho money so America. Intercession. Tholfpemocratic badly. administration left fi&big sum in the treasury, thelKjwald estate donated a big amounlSFtHe Water Company IRISH BOND ISSUE IS REAM paid a big Kvidend, and the AsDEVOTION TO SACRED HEART. sessor of thej&"reform" administration boosted assessments several hundred thowand dollars, yet the Press dispatches bring news thl Bolshevlki aaninistratlon pleads it the Lord Mayor of Dublin received! I had an interview with Do Valera Mayor flits Is broko. ,wo near a message on Tuesday from PresM shortly before ho entered Dublin. car question to tho from the dent Wilson, expressing regret that' Op to a certain point ho proved a gas situatiombut to dato no one tho constant pressure of engage very mild and constitutional rebel has heard hHk explain why tho city ments lias prevented him from ac with his eye fixed on Paris. "It is Is broko nnd9!jhy he is silent on tho cepting tho Lord Mayor's Invitation the unquestionable right of every subject of rwlng. to visit Dublin and receive the freeenlightened people, to govern themBOLSHEVIKI UPRISING AND STRIKE IN BUENOS AIRES BUILDING OF NEWS PAPER VORWAERTS. was ofMfe stated in these col- It dom of tho city. This will give selves." On that basis ho took his eystone police force umns that t Photographs showlrigthe results of tho Bolshevlki and goneral strike friends of Ireland hope Photo that Presistand, cables the Dublin corre- obstinate shows Berlin building attacked by Government troops after was obtain! jwido notoriety, sol- - In Buenos Aires. Upper photo shows chapel of convent partially dent Artillery was employed ana the heavy for justice spondent of the New York Sunday shots soonresistance by rebels. ro, over in, the war wrecked by rioters, and the lower soldiers In motor trucks patrolling nnr! Wilson will stand fr. Ti.nlr.nrl dlers in ca: wrecked tho 'building. Times. zone, sailors the navjr and clt- - streets of the Argentine capital during the rioting. when that Issue comes before tho "We demand Izens every taking cognizance Peace Conference at Paris. which will bo for tho advantage It," she said, with a laugh. '"Grom- cops, and the of Petty's c The committee appointed at the not only of ourselves but also of weiiian, you know. Plenty of Engweek making what sho called "an firtal reeogi the Movie Englandt" ho went on. "Wo claim lish here. Oh, no; very many Engintonslvo survey" of this community Irish race convention held recently of Now York, re- Picture W to urge self-d- e the to right to enter in the League lish people I like immensely. Once with regard to tho girl problem. In Philadelphia printed In r column, is proof England Im- - i snnnr n r mn in vnrironirn Mrs. Long, who has already success- termination for Ireland before the of Nations because in Keystone copb' conclusive pie poses upon us a government against Bradford. I preforred tho moors." fully launched women's activities In Peace Conference at Paris sailed for wide reputw As the magazine a number of cities throughout the Havre on tho French liner La our will, under which wo can not But she did not entirely understand states, tho libllce confine them- u tne English, and know little, as 1 Seen in Denliord Boom a Caniou- - selves to cofesl lyand never venture country, Including New York, Bos- Touraine. Tho Chairman of tho wmu uve nappuy iuiu uuu Newark, Trenton, committee is Frank P. Walsh, forrefuse to continuo living. Ireland find tho Irish do, of the war privauepuDii- - Pins Its Faith to tho Womanhood ton, Cleveland, into traeedy, flago 'Defense of Gen. throughout the war has been a tions we have endured the potato Milwaukee, Columbus and East St. mer joint Chairman of the War Lacan brothers the Kevstoners .That Wiycsf.It' Great and a source of queues, the costly handicap Louis, was sent to Louisville by tho bor Board, and the others are Edpat of but'tho bad men and Percy Haly. buffaloed, w Strength. Washington headquarters at tho ward F. Dunne, former Governor weakness to England." ter and the Is. 8d. worth of heat. You crooks aro Y immune. "Why," I asked, "did you not Deeply interested she appeared to special request of tho Catholic Fed- of Illinois, and Michael J. Ryan, Jlarktown gambling tiever heaf eration of Louisville. Sho stated former Public Service Commissioner with us and lend us bo in these, things. game being and in a brawl your strength as a partner in the that she found proper housing tho of Pennsylvania. "I would like," she 6aid, In an Tnpjll Tlrtlclliwllrl Ar1tYltntctwitsn" or shooting car the g "Our plan of procedure," said British empire?" eloquent outburst .against war, "to , mptormen are Only Political Movement in Europe most acute need of the conductors "Because," replied De Valera, "wo Bee tho whole world rise in peace girl in this city, and though sho Mr. Walsh, just beforo sailing, "Is Plans To Hold Up .Pro- among thosw present. In the r wiucu ltocognizes ner Lwas compelled to loavo for Washing first of all to present Ireland's caao aro not a partner. "We are knit to Phoenix-llk- o to something higher; uway tne otner tignt on wi testing Taxpayers. you forcibly against our will. A loftier than we have ever known. ton and Detroit, where sho was to to our own representatives at the .Value. wystoners passed night one b partnership must be voluntary." make an address before the Catholic Peace Conference. It may 'bo pos."Do you know," said she,-"have cauea' to tno; and had hi "Yet are tliere not in this cass ceased praying 'God bless Ireland.' " Women's League, she would return sible that we shall also take the young man Bdlng on the elements of a natural partnership later to Louisville, and would also matter up with tho English "And what is your prayer now," Keystone Policemen Showing sidewalk, a: illants were No Re- Dointed out We will request that based upon proximity, intermingled t asked in some wonderment. ess. Just as During ;, Recent Elcjcjlon Women send a staff of trained workers here and to' open up what would bo one of a Messrs. Plunkett, De Valera history and links of language and In other cai "Thy kingdom come," she said. sults' of Psychological it kind the Played SarprktofeiyPromliterature?" chain of offices throughout the Griffith bo allowed to present Ire. comedy coi We talked of tho woman's part it business Lectures. "Of a kind," replied De Valera, In tho Sinn Fein movement. "Many ' country. At first this office will land's ca.se first to the Peace Con-- ,f goiiigi And elsewhere ineat,Part. "and if you think so then why are work as hard as tho men," she said. consist of employment and informa- - eVence. We may assist theso genvet the tai Hying these TWra f lnn. human ni? roof wnm. tlemen if we are allowed. If this you fearful of giving us this free- "I, too, was very active once. Now birds for honk also stated sho was delighted j request js denied we shall ask that dom you enjoy yourselves? If you my part Jles In my home. I have COMEDY COP PLAYS The pu' from granted Ireland independence to- several children." HORSE., hearing p seetho splendid wont donojiby. wew&ejuowea to appear ourselves crimes CLASS BiSTiNCTION BANISHED. morrow would those natural links SPBenLof Mercy at the ViiWiJ iHBueHiieifeiae3pooB.ty oi xreianc and their being i copldinhear adjoiningprattle Onn .are vr'-'m ox m&aMNMftMPHilipw and ties cease to exist? . Give us laughter lasd . surprised ati room. barred - came, to tnean freedom, freedom to- enter v61unMrs. :pe yalora door. Pi .? tary Ipio. whatever associations with rose and Ush&gjfoL JAEE m.RSTtV nets awBrea3 ieetisi thelri' power to. holp" o 'nTb"n2th,Q'Jino of Pres dent WHson'r will irkh? Waa ehe anxlouirthisllaugh tb.'Borao'p'hfasestof war, and esbe ilepartment, and names and scenes that Sinn .Fein Is 'probabty, .the ouly thlnjr-l- u natural 'andCinheront?lBltle ' points, in which event sher nnUlrnl innvomnnt In Eurone In. tain, a larger ana; properly locatea fourteenonly for the first time be free to find, full rtng chief talness? Did she Ho awake daily In reference ta the life of of crime and robbery are care'fullv would have to tho expression. thinking " and "wondering of the Gen. Custer, as wo have featured la- - omitted from the Police Bulletin. which the difference between womott homo forpeople Sisters, and that sho army of occupation withdraw her from Ireland of Loulsvlllo would "Note," he went on eagerly, yet'perns 0f her husband? It seemed. day tho "Last Stand of Gen. Percy me press Dureau aaveruses wiaeiy and men Is not only nominal but felt the republic would go Long a and back them judicially, "I promise nothing, uno B0 incongruous to see her sitting in Haly," and from all Indications It is tho appointment of an or nonexistont. It has ohviousiy cap- woman of up. Mrs. training Is and right the Irish ahead and function." special may anticipate at any rate a pre- - the sunlight, the happy buoyancy the last struggle of his career. The sailor and then liides tho fact that tured tho souls of Ireland's young Mr. declared Irish authority. For six years limlnary period in which Ireland 0f ner heart reflected in her merry Prohibitionist press throughout the at the samo tlmo 'steen motormen womanhood, and to tho fact that speaks with charge of Juvenile Court leaders Walsh their bondthat the ready had issue in merely. eyes, State, which has been following and conductors or other hicks are they march not in separate bodies she was in be fully satisfied will Ireland could raise a bigdrawing tho breath of emancipation, "Ah," she replied, "that Is all Haly for years and which was added to tho Keystono list. All but In the same ranks with their work in Chicago. Mrs. Long stated and that than to ger like truth and in the woman's part. I have served known as Prohibitionist first and sorts of bunk is handed out to fool sweethearts and brothers, tho move- that, this was her first visit im- and sumshorter any other republic but natural laws, in time becaues Irish was much aye, my apprenticeship." Hphtnnnsness. must prevail, Republican and Democrat next, is tho public about the police. Lec- ment owes 50 per cent, of Its Iron Louisville and she "push" peoplo all over the world would and with nnil nrevall promptly when there is I heard not one word or mtter- - working desperately to eave tho dry tures on psychology, lessons In strength.Fein knows and calculates pressed beauty. ItsShe is a sister its subscribe. of natural ," leader, and from Sinn one end of the Greek and Latin, etc., are fed to no barrier Imposed in their path." ness from her, not a note of "America Is our trump tho Judge John P. I interjected, "if England nation; there was no fiery outburst State to tho other there has been an tho comedy cop3 by teachers and on tho strength of its young women Superior Court McGoorty, of well clared II. Boland, M. P., card," de Secretary of Illinois, granted independence to Ireland- Buch as I had expected. She is a attempt to boom Col. Denhard for doctors, which .does no appreciable enthusiasts. Somo of them, in Dub- known to many Louisville men. and chief organizer of tho Sinn would there not be civil war be- stranger here In Greystones, without Governor, but under the guise of good, as tho old saying, "You can't lin at leas,t, are girls of good social Fein, in an intervlow with the twecn your people In the South and friends. Unionists almost to a this attempted boom was tho move- teach an old dog new tricks," still position who have given up family Post's Dublin correspondent on CLINES' AU REVOIIl. ment to save Haly's political life, holds good, and theso "hick" police and fortune to join Its wild IP fasSir Edward Carson's people In tho .family, nobody callB. I had Saturday. which is at a low ebb just now, and will still be "hick" police no matter cinating ranks. For example at tho pressed to a Sinn Feiner my world-wid"Our organization who saw public fuI think not," replied the 'prise that Do Valera should thu3 he Is fighting his last battle with how long they stick. Here's how late Richard Coleman's was a girl in Robert B. Trame, last monthservice Tho Irish in America is behind U3. are musFrance and, was confidently. "Wo choose residence among the aliens, his back to the wall and his great- tho psychology lectures affect tho neral In Dublin there Blnn Fein leader o est asset Senator Beckham is on Keystone cops. Tho other day some marching at the head of one of tho tered out at Camp Zachary Taylor America holds a very strong band. should have but one desire, namely ' "Why," was the humorous with them. sponse, "that's just because of tho tho side lines in the role of a kids borrowed a horse and buggy principal Sinn Fein branches or and wrote a number of Interesting If the League of Nations does not sharo our freedom materialize England's letters to They would merely have to make oirlsh in him of course. Shure ho spectator. The passing of prohibi- Just south of the ball park, and clubs, and in company with two Telegraph, thohisCincinnati Catholic rival will bo America. commercial The latter final soldier letter their choice, to belong to Ireland or wouldn't do phwat an Englishman tion has meant tho passing of Haly after a few joy rides left tho horse men officers sho was apparently In says that Ifinthoro was ever another is coming out of tho war stronger to England. At present they have would. Yee don't understand us at Influence in Kentucky politics, and and buggy In an alley, tho horse charge of the contingent. ' power. The British They were practically all men war the boys hoped thoy would bo than apy otherseems tho Democratic party Is therefore being unhitched. After somo fine two countries, and we have none, all, at all." to be foreign policy to to aid an for It, as It (?) detective work tho Kevstono marnhlnc behind her a well known brought back In Louisville If they elected for English nation- - ' i rose to leave this lonely lady, the much stronger union with America solicitor, doctors and barristers, demobilized. expressesconcluding his We hood, wo would be ready to acquire 0f tho great ideal that she best means the elimination of the prohi- nnltrtn lntfttAfl fVirt ltAwrtn nil Vrvr following lpttor have for the last forty years Personally, serves her country who serves the bition club which was held over the and sent In a call for the police moro than one famous racing man, pleasantho appreciation the of Grand blocked their vested Interests. that alliance because the Now the averace nerson nimmlatn nml fenohorR anil manual Knight Thomas D. Clines, t think thoro would bo no serious home, and noticed fastoned upon heads of legislative representatives, machine. which of tho drawing not for the purpose of advancing who obtained the bonefits of psy- - nrniitrar. nil Qni4a flTlA TfinfUMnnR rtf voices tho sentiment of all the men Irish hold tho balance of power in any case Ireland tho very center trouble, but politically in America and until we would have to settle tho matter her- room door tho figure of the Christ the fortunes of Democracy In Ken- wmjiu&jr IGVIUIUB WUU1U UUVU iULUilUll men yet they evidently saw noth- who havo been stationed at the havo justice we will continue to these words: "I will bloss the tucky, but for tho political gain of the horso to tho buggy and drovo ing unusual in being led by a girl, Loulsvlllo camp: with self." harrass relations. to the station house or the pound. and they treated her just the same correspondent writes houses in which the image of my Haly. Another It was glad news to hear aro r. as they treated their other officers. our friend, Thomas D. CUnos, that We as endeavoring to cause Brithome heart shall bo exposed and hon- politicians Not so the Keystono police, Democratic leaders and the ain from Greystones, Ireland, tho much trouble as possible. We During the goneral election Sinn deservedly popular K. C. Genoral One of them got In the shafts throughout the State saw and realof Do Valera, the following interest ored, havo Implicit confidence In AmerAs we passed before this Pres- ized that with "the passing of the himself, the. horso was attached to Fein women played a surprisingly Secretary at Camp Taylor, had won ica's declaration ing letter: that tho war was part. In tho a commission as a Colonel. If there I spent a delightful half hour In ence the demeanor became one of prohilbtion issue it meant the pass- tho rear of the buggy and tho po- prominent official fought for tho freedom of nations, the dining room of a pleasant sea- devotion, and wishful as I am to ing of Haly. For years it has been lice machine followed in order out rebel Countess' constituency most of was any 'person who deserved such large and small, and If Premier a get at the- - inner moaning of tho contended in the columns of the Seventh street. Children all along the work was done by women, and an honor it was Col. Clines. He was Lloyd Goorgo is to grant side villa in conversation with gifted, intellectual Irish woman of Sinn Fein movement, I was em- - Kentucky Irish American that Haly the lino of march shouted In great in Alderman Thomas Kelly's there everybody's friend, and tho boys to the Akarls In Cend politician and glee and grownups chuckled loidly was a young' woman m cnarge or are now hoping that ho will, go donn rnnvlctions and enthusiasms. boldened to take the liberty of in- was an Ireland may tral Africa we organizer, and the events of the past to seo the Kevstoner with his faded ' his central committee's rooms, who higher. Before leaving Loulsvlllo bo granted thoin samo rights. surely was that of tho rebel quiring as to this, The home Sinn "Is He," said T, "your hus- - six months prove this assertion con- uniform In the role of a horso, seemed to have tho election laws at he promised to visit his Covington Fein is an old, old Idea of Irish De Valera, now fleeing chieftain, Later she was and Newport "regiments" in the independence which goes back to clusively. tne i?and's Leaden" None of the present trio while tho rest of tho parade came her finger onds. the law heaven knows where "I placed that there," she said, of candidates, Lieut. Gov. Black, In good order. Tho only thing sworn in as an Impersonation agent near future, and when, on taking 1172. Wo base our right to Indelady was Mrs. De Valera. Half a female in our leave, Jack Steffen, Harry Peck jazz mile below tho wintry waves were quietly, and bowing her head, "it Prof. H. H. Cherry or Judge John lacking was the Keystono police par- In a city ward the only men. And and myself expressed our apprecia- pendence on the declarations of the -' a squad of about forty breaking upon the gray rocks that Is of the Devotion of the Sacred D. Carroll, saw fit to consult Haly band to mako the impromptu my husband has In regard to their candidacy, and ade a howling success. Col. Petty this girl is typical or women ana tion of tho hospitality shown us by act of 1782 that Ireland is compeclva this auiet seaside village Its Heart and I believe Knight OHne3 and our tent to make laws for the Irish peoname: but the sun was glinting been spared as tho result of our this was tho forerunner of the littlo might have one of his lecturers toll of tho place thoy hold In Sinn Fein. Grand at the next session when It is proper Democracy, too, is tho very friends from Loulsvlllo, ho would plo." group of hotel politicians, Forward upon tho Wlcklow mountains in the . prayers for him." Sinn Fein courts are now working but as the It Is not say "Good-byeof Sinn Fein women. who Cor a Keystone policeman to play Leaguers and Prohlibtionists, distance, and I knew there was sunall over this country and hundreds not at all unusual to march side French say "Au rovolr." OARDINAIi EXPECTED. attempted to belittle the candidacy the part of a horse. shine in tho house, for as I stood of cases have been tried before Here's another many can't un- by side with your coachman, or for of tho three gentlemen named above at the door awaiting the response these tribunals. The Sinn Fein TWENTY MAKE ESCAPE. Cardinal Mercler. of Belgium, is and politely informed the public in derstand. A hick was added to the a mistress to find that her maid is to mv rlnc I heard a woman sing courts are nothing if they are not political cheerful prattle of chll- 'manning a visit to the United States newspaper interviews that neither roster who bore tho same name as her superior officer in herappear to ing and tho lawyers as appear for Dublin press dispatches announce quick. Such are told to be as brief Messrs. Black, Cherry or Carroll the manufacturer of the universal movement. But they don't this, the Craig within the next few months, dren at play. Could litigants that twenty Sinn Fein prisoners, in- tho posslblo in their speeches and as De Valera cording to a statement made Satur-ha-s would do, but this bluff didn't have nutomnhilo. and thnntrh ha tnlrl tha mlnrl. (the Gray Rock), has evidently killed cluding J. J. "Walsh, member of tho as Sinn named it, be indeed tho home day by William J. Mulligan, Chalr-o- f any effect and only served to make board he was an advocate of prohi- century-ol- Fein prejudices facts in tho Irish British House of Commons, escaped that only the essential patient count d once man of tho Knights of Columbus tho friends and supporters of ail bition the district police machine the fiery insurrectionist though a hearin Committee on War Actlivtles, who threo mad as hatters. Haly was used a week or two afterwards character especially in the Irish Saturday from Mountjoy Prison. ing all cases, to everybody. Then as an outlaw, the condemned given is One of recent trip abroad visited the became desperate and exposed his to carry him homo, being so pud- woman's character, tor certamiy no The men used a rope to clamber The on his tho fugitive? be.oooo,! Da Cardinal at Malines and invited him real regard for prohibition by dled he didn't know whether he was distinctions of class are over known over the walls. The prisoners were their first cases was a dispute it wnn Mrs. guest in this country of ' sollcltlnc the candidacy of Swagar a policeman in Louisville or a "gosh or manifest. A woman may hold oxerclslng at about 3 o'clock Satur- tween two merchants about the nonirnvn, a viM t nnri hoard and the to be the . . delivery of goods. Neither party iuiuih xne r oi vommoua. mi wit- - snoriey, wno tor sixteen years was ding it" down In Breathitt county. tho highest post in tho organiza- day afternoon when some of thom engaged a lawyer. Each stated tne door opened. his sucturned on the warders and hold own caso. The argument occupied Mrs. De Valera. Will you dinal then told him that his visit a bitter and uncompromising foe of Anyway the dlBguIsed prohibitionist tion. Sho might for Instance "I am spoke in clear, was certain and expressed a keen prohibition, and to date the Prohl- - had some pull or either tho press ceed Do Valera, but neither a pretty them down while tho others wore ten minutes, and a verdict was given come In?" She the tones, and her eyes, desire to make the trip. Cardinal bltlon press, Haly's sole support, censor was on tho lid. Ho was face nor family Influence nor' aris- arranging a ropo ladder over tmng for the plaintiff, who was immeDleasant be of tho wall. Tho first typically Irish set in a face that Mercler, Chairman Mulligan said, has not tried to explain Haly's fall allowed to resign and retire on his tocratic rank wouldIn influencing thirty-fothe outside public noticed was the diately paid what he claimed. Tho Col. Denhard is being honors. You would naturally think slightest holp to her was content and happy, crowned by wants to come to tho United States- from grace. men sliding doWn a ropo from tho parties loft tho court good fr!end3, In to express personally his apprecla- badly misled and his reported boom that would be the end of the story, h Rlnn 'K'nlnorB. thick colls of brown hair, asked and tho cost of the litigation was is nnorv of mr call In another mo- tlon of what this country has done. ' for Governor is a camouflaged de- - but stories don't end naturally un- - nt Perhaps nowhero andthe mystery jail wall to the canal bank. People Tho average length of a of Ireland quickly collected fhln movement and helped the hearing , nuu nuw .. otKj aer "rerorm" aamimstrations. Tno " icusu ui " "u raent we were seatoa ana sno was " thus far has been fifteen of our big cities and mentioned the three candidates who refused to "pickled" cop was reappointed and herself so exemplified as In Graf- fugitives by holding tho rope down conversing animatedly. The news of all cases in Beautifully dressed which thoy were sliding. As the minutes. In twenty-tw- o organ- Is now stationed in the Fourth dis ton street. her husband's escape hnrt craatlv Chicago especially. He said he dm recognize that ability as an to one court there one lawtrict, the board maybe figuring that women, wearing regimental badges, military guard camo to tho aid of yer to appear, was only caso went wameu to izer which brouhgt defeat not tnmic tne uarainax pleased her. and the get tho same brand of by an overwhelming tho warders the "I only know what I see ia tie make his visit here In the heated jority In 1915. Some organizer! ma- he won'tlightning to drink that he perhaps with officers in uniform, dashed in various escaped prisoners against him. Tho Irish courts are pass shoulder to shoulder and Bit directions. chained papers," Bhe said, "and I am glad. season, but In the spring or fall. democratic truly, both in constituWell tho local Bolshevlki admin- obtained In the Sixth. An other dis- side by side at tea with pretty Where he is a present I know no tion and effect. lUSIOATi COMEDY. BRYAN T. SIAnON. istration Is coming In for many a ciple of Petty's school of psychology rebels wearing republican badges you do. But I am glad moro than sturdy knock these days from the locked up a man last week for and colors and with volunteer es nlnil T.a lias aannnnA " SPECIAL LENTEN SERVICE. Unity Council, Y. iM. I., of Now Lieut. Gen. Bryan T. Mahon, one harassed and buncoed taxpayers. vagrancy and on being cornered by corts. She snoko the word "escaped" Albany, nas announced a musical or tne prominent uriusn commanu-sh- e For the past several months one the prisoner's attorney aB to why with emphasis, and I knew what Every day next week and durlnc comedy which will be given at the arreet GHtli PROBLEM HERE. meant. "Escaped" was sweeter era in the world war, celebrated hiss could go In any crowd or gathering he really didwatehln the man said: ICoTlgan Theater on Wednesday Lent the Way of tho Cross or a birthday on him for some ,"I had and hear tho kicks against the The De to her than "liberated." Washing- night, May 17. The rehearsals are sermon will bo' held promptly wuz workin and.depart- time to mm if In Mrs. Margaret Long, have only recently settled in day. Gen. Mahon was born him ment, police, tho hick firethe dirty olicnvprd thathehe always had a ton, Field Director of Women's In chargo of James L. Russell and 12:15 noon, lasting ten mlnutee, at of at To the garbage fiasco, Grevstones, which h almost entirely ' County Galway, Ireland. ' & IMH of hls rac0 England is in- - streets, d hands, so I ketched Activities of the National Catholic tho cast includes some of the best St. Michael's church, 220 Brook the joke vacuum cleaner, clean f ae rnnlonlit village. street, 'ywt: him in the lockup." War Cpuncll, was In Louisville last musical talent In the city. "A 'plantatioa county' we call debted for the success of her forces. tho higher assessments camouflaged him and VALERA PLEADS PRESIDENT . . strt i m DEMOCRATS SINN FEIN i . one-oun- -- ; i ex-stre- et' wage-earnin- I repre-sentatfv- es. . -- , r.. - m:km'M Tr V "i T -1 lndig-"But- I ..'J sur-"N- o, e. re-t- "Ti English-s- ' peaking 0 k A I Anglo-America- n how-ove- i n over-rate- , life-blo- od ," - ac-Ll- ac prison-breake- r, isn, -- w -- ' ! ot HI I """' "" six-penc- e. , ey . -- -- fifty-seven- th Wednes-Valera- Key-Bto- ne , ba - If EDrenrUOKTV "Pilate's April 11, 13, 15 Daughter" by Holy Rosary Alumnae In Academy Auditorium, Fourth and PUBLISHED EVEfUY SATURDAY. o! Irish Americans and Citholies Park. Wnid to the Sodl and Moul Advwcement April 21 Entertainment for Holy Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Meu'B Trinity church in hall at Kentucky Institute and Catholic Knights of America. and Dupuy streets. April 20, 21, 22 Annual carnival Ineorporte4. Publishers KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., of Tilnlty Council, Y. M. I., in nai SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c Baxter and JMorton. April 21, 22, 23 Holy Cosa Matter. Entered at the Loultvllle Poitofflce Scond.CU Mfrui all Communications to the KENTUCKY XYtflttSl AAdLT3IOAJXt. J. Stellcr announces tho o. K&NTU6KY IRISH AMERICAN. cmnsa events. club and went from hero to Jacksonville to Join the team In training camp. engagement of her daughter, Miss Esther A. Stellar, to O. H. Wrock-lagTho wedding will take place the latter part of this month. Mrs. f - -- rHMasjaaHagr.-- The Wire For d and Broadway. hall, 9 April Carnival of Nations, St. Cecilia's school hall. May 6 and 7 Annual charity entrades jlpff) COtJNCtL) tertainment of Ladies' Sewing Society for St. Anthony's Hospital at Phoenix Hill Hall. May 8 Moonlight excursion of .SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1919 LOUISVILLE, KY. Columbia Athletic Club on Steamer Queen. our business to put down a revolu- Island hush cause. tion in Ireland and I am frank to HILL CASEY. Friends of Irish freedom arc fre- say that the Irish have a right, guis quently encouraged when they read ,inoa tim DfifinrAtinn of lmimwnd.i Of all the harum-scaru1 the skles-encwas a Jie, to rebel u they . evcr knew' bencath wnrirri fnr the iLoulsvlllo Herald, whose colwi,n I will never vote to send umns are not wholly under th please Was hard to beat an Irish cuss British propaganda. Last Sunday one of your sons, or put him in a Named "Casey!" tho Herald had this kindly expres- position whore lie may be sent, to This bird could ride and fight and preont a revolution In Ireland." sion: u wim; cause Is to !e "That tho Irish e All stuff was pie for ENVOYS I'OH FItEKDOM. him! .heard at Paris, presented by repro- Hod at bumps and Itatlve American citizens, Is ex- The three leaders named as dele- He never our jars good news. We can not but gates from tho Irish taco convention llent bunch of Theie was an awesome love that they will have the most to th peacc Conference at Paris scars hear- - nro now on tj,e ocean, and millions mpathotlc and respectful of On Casey! ngs. Ana we ;are remincicu ol xnai wlll piay tnat tnejr Journey may we had a part, thougft query It still remains unanswerea provo fruitful. In a statement Whene'er small, put in tho Senate with ten others ghen out In "Washington Chairman That called for courage, biawn and bj Mr. Frellnghusen, of New Jer- Walsn, In explaining the purposo gall. Which "extra man" did wo select sey: of tho committee, Eald: " 'Is it possible that it the League "Tho committee is going to Franco To pull tho stuff? Well, I expect 'Twas Casey! citizens, holding no of Nations is ndopted, as proposed, as American people who were formerly subject allegiance, actual or spiritual, to Who was it left us on tho run to our enemies shall have the right any other nation on earth, but im- When Wilson, out in Washington, but such right bued with tho necessity of extend- Rolled up his sleeves to wallop of Fritz? Shall bo denied to people who aro ing tho principles of free govern- Who said "So long!" and up and ment to Ireland, which Is the typical tubject to those who fought with us quits? small nation of the world being This Casey! figalnst our enemies?' " deprived of the right to determine for itself tho form oo government Who was it, joined with tho PEACE OF WORLD. Marines, under which it shall exist." changed tho At Chateau Thierry of the 'League The constitution scenes? of (Nations is being amended to BOLSHEVISM. Who won such praise, a medal an' meet some of tho objections made The Cross of Valor? "Extra man," threatening (Bill Casey! Bolshevism With against it in this country. That may lessen tho opposition to the Europe people aro beginning to ask days are o'er; n'lan. but it 1b still very doubtful whothor there is danger of that But Casey's fighting ho once more. plant Is to pecullar brand of Insanity penetrat Back lost tho leg, but not his grin, whether a workable organization a He's We already And we aro proud, to squeeze the flu can be perfected to prevent war. ing to this country. or Casey! As the league is more fully dis- - have the beginnings of it in the, - w. w. activity wnicn started in cussed it appears to bo rather a There Is one guy that needn't fret Amm than n nractlcal realitv. The New York five years ago. Whether About a job. for you can bet -develop In thin Long as ho lives God bless hla a Bolshevism will United States can not become soul! country as it has developed in guarantor of peace for all Europe name will he on dur payroll radically changing the Europo will depend largely on how A without "Bill Casey!" whole policy of the nation. As far we meet tho problem or labor and 'Harry J. Smalloy as wc can see, the League of Na- wages. A living wago and (fair tions offers no solution of the treatment for the workingman ' aro Bolshlvik problem that is now con- the best safeguard against 'Bolfronting Europe. That is tho great shevism here. Those who stand danger that is threatening the against these are tho best promoter? a 4.4 peace of tho world. What can,the of BolshovJsm "' fj$y!xt SLfUt.yr inward:- saapfl isost-- of last iaoJ! JvauoQSao to save lEur- - -T tzzzz---VMtEST IN EUROPE. opo from tho chaos that threatens? week In Now York City. That is the test of the league's wave of unrest that is pass-In- g Tho Charles C. Culp was among last efficiency. It may avail against over Europo i3 accounted for in week's arrivals at St. IPoteraburg, autocracies, but against anarchy it many ways, and the majority of Fla. seems to be poworless. And anarchy those who seek for tho cause find it of Miss Althaire Mattingly, is fully as dangerous as autocracy more in material than in moral or Lebanon, Is hero for a visit of sevthreatening. And the spiritual matters. and not less The root of thU eral weeks. peace delegates aro talking about unrest, says Prior Gilbert Hlgglns, jVnflnna nrltl1& iT.Airrtin Mr. and Mrs. Joo Kern have re i C. R. L., lies in the forsaking of turned from a sojourn at French Bolshevism sweeps on westward. Lick Springs. God's truth: "What Is at tho "bottom of this DID THEIR HIT. Mrs. John J. Moritz, who under seething unrest which threatens went an operation at the Deaconess Irish'-,7- ':, One Hundred Thousand Hospital, Is now convalescent. .s",a Soldiers Seeking Employment. Crisis peaco of Cnrlst from tho hjarts of afrs. Alford Slack and daughter. Over Demobilization in Dublin." So too many that is tho root of the Miss iLuclllo, have been spending rne neart or man was two weck(3 with relatives at Buechel read newspaper headings. And wo miscnior. thinking the Irish didn't do their created for God, and It will never rest Him. it rests The bit' exclaims the Canadian Freeman. power untilrest in God in tho blessing Col. and Mrs. George B. Barrett, to is Merclcr says: "The Irish bought for us by the blood of Iwho have been spending tho wlntor Cardinal people aro tho oldest and purest Christ. This peace He offers us, but In Havana, Cuba, will be homo next week. nationality in Eutopo, and their on tho condition that we follow Him to tho cross, crucifying our innoble adherence to falt'n and naMisses Mildred and Katherlne tionality the most glorious record in ordinate appetites and even denying Spalding, of Lebanon, nave been ourselves sometimes legitimate satis- with tho Misses Salo on Fourth lilstory." Very Rev. John Cavan-jug- factions such denial hardening us street. S. C, President C. of tho and training us to Jlght when un University of Notro Damo, portl- - lawful temptations face us. But Miss Mabel Murphy, who was the to, mortify ourselves guest or Mrs. u. uonanue in uan nontly asserts that "England Is today Jh,l fall on deaf ears if tho word dale, has departed for her home in tho one obstacle to tho fulmillment of ChrIst (loes not ,n our or America's dream of a world freo hearts, and it can notdeU whoio Canada. dwell from tyranny and enforced submis- - it has not entered. Tho misery Is Mrs. Kate Carrico, of Stithton, Blon. She affects a maudlin sym- - that through the banishing of re- - and Mrs. Jennie King were recent guests of Miss Molllo Rccsor at paUiy for distracted, desolated Bel- schools In nation, English chll- glum, with Ireland, a Belgium or her dren have this teen fed abundantly Parkview. not own making, lying postrato undor on the word of Christ. They have Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Hook, or her Iheels these last seven centuries." never acquired a taste for that Beechmont, have been entertaining America as a whole Is beginning to heavenly bread, and grown up they Mr. and (Mrs. T. J. Hogan, visitors bravely and (boldly assert i...ni In will have none of it. Sermons do from Chicago. not attract. churchcB are empty favor of Irish The goods of the present lifo aro J. W. Brown was a Louisville In addition to the Notional Houso all tho goods they know. In the visitor in New York tho past week, of Representatives tho following sttuggle to securo them arise the spending several days at the States to date have passed resolu- - Bad conflicts of which wo are Holland House. Catholic education imparts noBses. lions in favor of tne words of Chrl8t( and hta ord Miss Viola Kappessor, of lor Ireland: Vermont, Now Hamp- - spells peace, as tho glorious name of Park, was here last week for shire, Massachusetts, Illinois, Mis- - Jesus spells salvation for the a snort visit with Mr. and Mr3 sourl, Wisconsin, Connecticut, Nev woild. Fred Kappesser. Jersey, Ohio, Montana and Penn morse wenry wauerson is no .ecnoy wn0 spont M,83 Eve,yn sylvanla. longer in any way connected witn last week with her mother, Mrs l, 'having lotlrod James Sweeney, in Jefforsonvlllo, tho ANXIOUSLY WAITING. as editor emeritus on Tuesday. For, has returned to Stithton The public at large is anxiously fifty years tho gave that paper his n Misses Frances and 'Nellie waiting for tho Menace to publish best, but difference upon public and Edith Redding woro re tho war record of tho Junior Order, .questions .brought about Ills rotiro-Ifc- o cent visitors at Highland Park, tho may bo guests of Mrs. Fred Relchart. Daughters if Liberty, the ment. The Courier-JournDaughters of America and tho other more consistent than of yore, ibut J. J. 'Martin, who recently re A. P A. organizations that wore H will never too tho same without turned from France, is being enterIrantlcally waving Old Glory around .Marso Honry, tained by his mother, Mrs. M. Martin, at her homo In Oakdalo. hero before the war. But what an Tho election or Thompson as Mayor awful change when tho war broko Mr. and Mrs. Goodloe O'Neal will nut-- Thpv nil lirnlrn tliplr nftp.lr nr. of Chicago forces tho Republican go to Peweo Valley on April 10 to ganizing peace at any price organl- -' pfr,tyf to a 60I? ml&& Mrs, summer with spend tho plaining, zations. O'Neal'h parents, Mr. and Mrs, J, P. Harcourt. ALUBINAE MEETING. FALL'S STRONG STAND. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wathen, Mrs L. Condon and Sea"klng boforo tho LoEislature1 in, ilolK ?sar' Alumnae -- ad- - Richard wuuuu su uuuw Master " p vrH. : " tvuuiuu "iui tTw.i ai.i o mot at tho academy Sunday spending the week-en- d at French rJ, nC, ator Albert B. Fall, of that State, afternoon Instead of on the third L'ck Springs. declared that ho would not voio for Sunday of April, which this year an Mrs. Rosa Hennoberger u League of Nations which would falls on Easter. nounces the cnKajeent of her folve England five votes to ono for NONE SHOULD FEAR. daughter, Miss Elinor Hennoberger, the United States. "If the present to Honry C, Walter. The wedding Any citizen who fearB tliat (tho will take place la June. Ijegue of Nations plan is adopted, Britain will rule tho tatgoc, Victory loaa will rfot be awb- D. Wheal Mr. and Mrs. Zach COBUUBBW "1 In feos.n1.xr ' "Ue .nJ , T T,t.t ... .B aad courage that made Amerlcs were here on a visit this week to . ntmiiMM-ja. vuubij iu u famous Mr, Wheat is at Cafitigny, i friends and relatives. Chat Britlah Iles," he "It is notjThierry and Is the Argomne Foryit. field Captain of the Brooklyn ball IRISH AMERICAN, 319-32- 1 West Orwn St Mrs. Cathorlno Minsterkotter an of her nounces tho engagement Virginia Mary daughter, Miss Minsterkotter, to Perry W. Bahr. Tho wedding will take place Juno Church Vaudovllle Kevlew, In school 4. Thirty-secon28-2- Greatest Convenience You Electric of Taylorsvllle, announce the engagement of their daughter, Ardla May, to Dr. Ben F. Shields. Tho wedding will "bo solemnized this Mr. and Mrs. John W. Mllligan, Can month. Putin Your Home J. C. Straub, of 1913 South Preston street, announco the engagement of their daughter. Miss Leona. F. Straub. to Z. Otis Sin Mr. and Mrs. gleton. Tho wedding place in May. will take ., ,.. m e Mr. and Mrs. James Thompson and sons, Messrs. James Thompson, Jr., and Frank Thompson, havo re- Osprey, Fla., and havo,, opened their homo it Anchorage. turned from their winter home at tough-hous- Miss Elizabeth W. Franke. who has been spending the winter In Now York, will return to Louisville early in June and bo with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Et C. Franko, at their homo in Anchorage. Miss Catharine O'Connell had as her guests last week at hor home at Prestonia Miss Durrett Oglesby and Messrs. King Shields and Dan Krietzer, who havo Just returned from sixteen months' service in France. RETURNS TO GEIt.ALNY. who wont to Franco with tho American forces from Camp Shelby and Begin Now to Enjoy Your Hone to the fullest extent. Electric service will make this possible. Gall Main or City 2182 today have First Lieut. Frank J. Higglns, was sent into Germany with the army of occupation, writes that he completed has another three military training course months' in France and has returned to his machine gun battalion at Mo3el Kern. He says ho Js in perfect health but gives no intimation of how long the army will remain In Germany. FATHER HILL DETTEH. The parishioners and friends of Rev. John T. Hill, pastor of St. Ann's church, will bo rejoiced to know that his condition is impiovlng and that he was able to set up Thursday in .his room at Sts. Mary and Fllzaboth Hospital. Two weeks ago Father Hill suifered all attack of bronchial pneumonia and was hurriedly removed frpm his home lo the hospital, where for a week his condition was causo for grave alarm. VICTORY LOAN CaNUAIG.. I your estimate tomorrow. Pay for it in easy monthly payments. INQUIRY COUPON Louisville Gas & Electric Co.: Send a man to make a mate for wiring my house. Name .,. Address 311 free-cost Louisville Gas esti- & i . Electric Co. (Incorporated.) West Chestnut Street i I r- v liaaA SOCIETY. .44 t Peyton B; BathelJi lairman o" the Victory Loam, ("AT3avs gn Commlt- tee for Louisville ', JStMJcfreiBon county, returned tinr fijsfot the week from a meeting of icpresenta-tlve- s of tho Eighth Federal district held in St. Louis, feeling confident that wo would again bo first in going tho top." The old forces will begin activities on April 14 and continue until May 2. The Victory Loan campaign has been sot for tho weok beginning Tuesday, April 29. Chairman H. Lewis, Chairman of tho Speakers 'Bureau, will present tho greatest array of oratois ever heard in Louisville. "c-vo- r four-minute . "Mai-v- in 3! POSTPONED. JNick s years. Bread is now back to that high standard of excellence that has made it a household word in Louisville for twenty-fiv- e "1 . DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. The regular meeting of Circle 84, Daughters of Isabella, will take place tomorrow afternoon at o'clock at Knights of Columbus Hall. All members are 0 h. ..',,,,...,, urgently urged to attend, as Im portant Business will como before tho meeting, notably the llnal action and the adoption of the constitution and Thoae desiring to Ryan contribute to tho Father momoriat fund are requested to do eo at this meeting, as the time is drawing near for tho completion of tne rund. line 'Daughters or Isa bella of Louisville havo been making great progress and 'aro likely to soon havo an initiation that will surpass the record of any circle in the country. by-law- s. Happily, the day of "war bread" is over. You can now get the bread in which Nick exercises a pride, the bread that has made Nick's reputation, the bread that represents the highest attainment of the baker's art fresh from Nick's own ovens, crisp and brown, appetizing, nourishing, honest to the last crumb in a word, Nick's Bread. Ask Your Dealer For Nick's Bread GOOD WORK. 'MCK WARISSE BAKING CO. for tho The annual retreat Knights or Columbiis, which was announced for tho past week, has been postponed till after Easter. ANTIDOTE FOU I5IPU1UTY. Courier-Journa- Ode-wah- al ilii oi o-a- na "" -"- Grt oia ao.t'0 .r l0 sd. The intention recommended by Tope Benedict XV. for the members of tho Leaguo of tho Sacred Heart during April Is purity. In tho intention for April our Holy Father wishes to provldo an antidote for tho Impure spirit o! our age. "Blessed aro tho cloan oJ heart, for they shall see God." In their fight against tho church we find that Its enemies appeal to the sensual LUTON A5LYZED. They know sldo of human natu-- e. that loss of faith follows often upon Of all tho changes in this coun tho loss of purity. Against the try since his last visit in 1013. Sir ot conscience the imnuro Thomas Llpton on Monday said in seek some solace, and would gladly New York that ho considered tho deny tho existence of future passing pf the prohibition amendExperience shows that ment the most remarkable. Sir loss of purity nndorminee faith and Thomas declared that ho was sur- the enemies ot tho church, knowing prised because it had always been this, strike at faith by pampering his opinion that American citizens senBual instinete. The devil is rer would never pormlt tholr freedom of ready by hla evil suggestions t action to be hindored in any way. lead careless people to adopt tha "Prohibition could not come In Eng- .wicked principles ot the world aa4 land," he said, "and it is with groat .palliate horrible sins. amazement that I see that you in Purity Is to be guarded carefully. this country havo passed tho amend- Its safeguard will be found in frement providing that a man shall quent confession and holy communot drink certain things, oven it ho nion. At the altar rail Christ glve3 wants to and has the price. In us his body and 'blood to be tho England wo havo always rather Im- food of our souls and Ho gives us agined Americans aB being tho strength to battlo against tho world, freest people on earth and as being tho flesh and tho dovll. Whatover most jealous of that freedom. What Imperils purity must bo shunned. will you do when prohibition is in .Immoral companions, immoral plays force? will it be eapy to obey tho land books are proximate occasions law?" Tho mission of JMr ThomaB of sin and must be avoided if tho is for the purpose of iMpeetljug his isdul is not to drift blindly into hell. yacht, the Erin, o (hi We since Catholic parents must guard tho the outbreak bf the war, and leeue purity ot their children. Parents another ehalleaeje for the America's Iwho allow a boy or girl to roam the Cup. streets at night will have much to pan-lshme- The National Catholic War Coun cil, to carry on tho war work of tho Knights of Colulnbus, has an office In tho Walker building at Fifth and Market, to give freo assistance to discharged soldiers and sailors not only to give employ ment but also to securo their boniu and to advlso thorn about tholi United States insurance and matters of kindred nature. Committees havo foeen organized in nearly every parish in tho State of Kentucky to give assistance, and reports aro coming in every day showing the good work which is ' being done. Hon. E. J. McDermott is Chairman and Judge S. J. Boldrlck is Secre tary of the committee in charge of tho work in Kentucky. Shoes For The Kiddies For First Communion, Confir- mation and Easter. lBBBBBsVlf ' Each year io carefully plan bnr stock to tncot cliildrcn's require ments for these events. This year j ou will find scores of rightly designed shoes which excel in quality of material and shocmaking. lasting Tho values aro wear and freedom from foot torture. two-fol- d White Kid Caavaa Baakskia High and Low Models Priced $3 to $6 IT-- 4l fOURTM AVENU W I , answer for beforo tho judgment beat of Ood. They should teach their children to avoid whatever, weald tarnish tho beauty or the soul. They should not allow the sensational and sensual type or newspaper to enter their homes. Above all parents should teach them by word and examplo to love frequent cr, meTXTOKY XTcmBiiar -- ajm3bucoajki. IRISH CLERGY APPEAL For Freedom and Justice For Erin and Protest Against th Oppression and Tyranny t Which People Are Subjected. Heed the Warning Of Authority! "Make Your Dollars Have More Cents" -- Cardinal Logue, Archbishop Walsh, Archbishop Gilmar- tin and Six Bishops of Ireland Issue a Joint Statement. PEOPLE SUPPER FROM DRASTIC MILITARY RULE ,T present at least, is denied us of By Cardinal Logue. our case the rightOur own poor country, Ireland, even stating centuries-ol- d forwrongs bestands In pressing need of that ing of our peaco which is so earnestly desired fore that tribunal which has been on for tho whole world. It Is now in constituted to settle the world and a most distracted state; nor, as far the basis of liberty, justico signs as human foresight can forecast, Is right. Thcso are disquieting of tho there any prospect of improvement great viow taken by ono of the crusaders of her pledges to in the near future. Improvement can not reasonably freedom, right and justice. Yet, notwithstanding theso evibo expected while tho country continues, as in tho past, to be gov- dences to the contrary, there are erned almost exclusively in tho In- strong grounds for hopo of an terests of a email minority of its eventual general peaco based on unfairly peoplo: discriminated right and Justico, in which our own against In the allocation of the pub nation will bo a sharer. The con I lie funds, to which it so largely sequences of disappointing the high contributes, and deprived of what hopes of peoples cverywhoro that sacrifices and is now emphatically proclaimed to their unparalleled bo tho birthright of every free na- sufferings would bo rewarded witii tion, full and adequate control of such a peace would be too serious C to be lightly faced by statesmen anyits internal affairs. where. Ono would have littlo confidence The unrest of the tolling massc3. in a physician who would put his patient when ho becomes delirious so universal and so menacing, can in a straltjacket, Instead of apply- not fall to impress upon statesmen ing those remedies which go to the the truth so plainly told them by root of the disease. That is pre- tho ablest and most farseelng tlio distinguished them, cisely tho treatment to which Ire- among land has been subjected, far beyond President of the United States, that tho range of living memory; neglect they aro but the servants and not , of every remonstrance, reproach, or the masters of the people, and if evasion of every just claim, viola- they run counter to the wishes of plain people everywhere they will tion of every promise, till tho people were goaded Into wild courses, bo broken, and what is much more serious will bring down In ruins and then stern repression. "We havo an instance of this Just around them tho temple of civilizanow. We are not ruled by tho or- tion as wo know It. Then as regards our own country dinary law, but subject to a drastic military code, under which actions the prospects of sharing In such a otherwise harmless or trivial become general peace of justice and right j grave offenses and are pitilessly aro dally improving. The long sustained invidious efforts to mlsrepre-en- t punished. our motives and actions, to In tho meantime I ask the people of Ireland, while this Infliction lasts, make it appear that wo had becomo not to expose themselves recklessly indifferent or even hostllo to the to those severe punishments by cause of liberty, justice and right, needless assemblies, gatherings or have failed. We still have many strong friends other practices which serve no useful purpose. Drilling is a case In the world. Our kith and kin in point "tomfoolery," in as a America, and Indeed the whole learned Judgo lately termed it. American people, aro putting up a splendid fight for Justice for IreThey might practice tho goose-ste- p to the Greek Kalends and it would land, so also are strong forces In never bring them one step nearer Australia and the colonies. By Right Rev. Dr. McHugli. to freedom. (Bishop of Derry.) By Most Rev. Dr. "Walsh. We have seen great empires rent (Archbishop of Dublin.) asunder, totter and fall, Kings with Irish public affairs continue to T. M. Crutchcr, President. scepters disappear as if they T. T. Bceler, Vice President. give rise to apprehensions rather their had been, and Louisville Mansfield Lead Zinc Co., Inc. never free State3 W. E. Ncwbold, Treasurer. than hopes. Nat C. Cureton, Secretary. arise on tho ruins of the past whero 409 Starks Building, Louisville, Ky. Our people are now shut out by military despotism had hitherto held law from the employment of meth- sway. An autocratic tyranny that DIRECTORS: I am interested in your proposition and would be ods of seeking redress regarded a3 kept countless millions In bondage , glad to make an investigation without obligation on my constitutional in tho past. It would for centuries also disappeared, to be Nat C. Cureton, J. C. Mahon, W. E. be unreasonable and indeed impos- followed unfortunately not by lib part. sible to expect that thyo can long erty ana rreeaom but by a new T. M. Crutchcr and T. T. Iicc'cr. rest content with such a state of tyranny, a reglmo of unrestricted Kindly seni me copies of your booklet and fullest things. From wholly unexpected license, pillage, plunder and murinformation. quarters, too, lessons of violent re- der. sistance to the law have como to And, strango them, which they naturally would very people who contradiction, to the proclaimed the Name not be slow to learn lessons, how- world that the defense of small naever, which if put in practice by tions, tho crushing of militarism them would make their last state and the establishing of justice and Address far worse than the first. right were Let it be a subject of our earnest that induced tho governing motives them to unsheathe the and daily prayers, in the Interest of sword, theso, we now see act as If our country as a whole, that our peoplo may be strengthened to with- these words had never been spoken. And for poor Ireland stand every influence that would hoped that she, too, would it was Join In drive them Into courses forbidden tho general resurrection of nations i by the law of God. that had been crushed in tho dust. r. By Most Rev. Dr. Gllmnrtin. But how vain tho hopo I Wherever we turn our eyes in(ArchbiBhop of Tuam.) Though we may differ in the de- stead of freedom and Justico wo tails of politics we are all united in are confronted by a militarism of Prussian type the prayer that the wrongs of Ire- the most land will soon bo righted. "Wo re- that makes its baneful Influence felt In periodic ukases, fettering tho joice that today she stands knockBids?. ing at the gates of liberty, not as a liberty of the subject, and in Inhuman sentences inflicted for doings beggar, but as a nation, old In centuries, young in her manhood, In themselves harmless which have strong in tho Justice of her claims, hitherto been favored and fostered g peoplo. and calm In tho Dlvlno hope that ny a In theory consent of the coverned truth must prevail In tho end. Is recognized as tho only equitable By Right Rov. Dr. McKenna. Dasis on wnich just government can Let ub hope office and opportunity it now is to nations and (Bishop of Ciogher.) strong rest; but In practice, though this night is past andthat Ireland's long do have equal her trials, disappointments and Now for population: that universal justice and abolish tho and that Justice, good-wi- ll Though months havo passed slnro principle may apply to every other day of her dollvory is tho inevitable Ireland 4,390,219 at hand and forclblo subjugation of peoples all and friendship are tho fundamental ferings. victory crowned tho arms which nation under the sun, black and that the blessing of Ood Switzerland 3,888,500 and his over tho world. j? tmi, ltl Dr-- naro- bonds of peaco. were to establish everywhere the white, Jew and Gentile, Ireland Is Virgin Mother may Denmark 2,940,990 Tho draft of tho covenant that 13 lBIshP of Ardagh and Clonmac-- Norway By Right Rev. Dr. O'Donnell. rule of right and Justice, in our to bo debarred from a gift that Is land of the future. rest on the Ire2,396,782 uuimj. proposed for establishing a League ' small nation, ono of the oldest in proffered even to tho uncivilized Wo are often told (Bishop of Raphoe.) Ireland Ifc ls only lQ our own day By Right Rev. Dr. Fogarty. of Nations, with all its great merit, Europe, might rules supreme. that has no Industries; that that she proheathen. all Tho Popo's peace proposals, which does not secure equally tho right3 our cry nas reached tho nations to country is held, as in a vise, No sooner was war declared than The (Bishop of Klllaloo.) is would havo saved tho world in- of weak and fln( them sympathetic. Our rulers duces to enough agricultural proin the grip of a militarism worse thousands of Ireland's bravo sons, nations, ducts I consider our momorablft fliriit calculable loss In blood and treas- hinders ratherstrong helps any and it daro not nw deny us independence, again wo feed hor noDUlatlon. Hera than than anything we read of that con- forgetting the cruel treatment of against conscription small will havo recourse to tho and our victorv ure had they been accepted, have nationality which Is Biiblnnt tn nnn Their last and only resort now Is latest tinental brand to end which so the past and believing they were as a manifestation of statistics. Tho divine protec- in substance a relationship of close of the high contracting parties and. to tell us to agree among ourselves the combined exportB figures of much blood and treasure were lav- sotting out to do battle for justico, tion to a helpless and Imports neonlo that had kindred to the propositions subse ,, uvvu. ished. liberty and truth, freely volunteered in it all tho majesty UUk ul, 0I xno couowing countries for 1915 fcuuiuuieeu ua :"-- of a miracle. quently laid down by President freedom. ibut all true Irishmen have agreed, are taken from Whlttnker'n Al. Almost dally we read of youths their services. An awful outrage on the sanctity of Wilson, which victors and vanTho league would in tho main be Those who wish to perpetuate tho manac: being arraigned before And now that tho war is over and uiu was auemptea in tho form of quished in the end agreed to accopt a coalition of tho nations that have Present state of things aro not Irish- - Ireland or special courts and sentenced victory rests on the banner of thn $862,068 620 as tho basis of an armistice leading ouen victorious in me great war, a uuwauu to uu a ireo Sweden to long terms of imprisonment on Allies the heroic deeds of Ireland's forcible conscription. . 275 000 000 peace. wttr,vuv,uuu The leflmin of flvo profit nnmora nnri and Independent nation, nnd nil nn. Denmark trifling charges, sometimes nothing sons are forgotten, and nothing but revoltedCatholic heart of the nation to More 325,000,000 against tho blasphemous ho would have gladly done their somewhat dependent friends, tlonn except England acknowledge Norway more serious than to havo been dis- caiumny anu oppression heaped on thing, and 210,000,000 with a courage raro In had he not beon despoiled of the However splendid Its structure tho Justlce of tho claim. Our rulers Rumania covered cycling in somo kind of tho motherland that boro them. 205.000.000 history determined international affairs by 41A lA.miA la nnf fji.tn ..! flam Tint JltlV Innpflr finlri tin In Portugal organized order to a football match, What a return for noble services than submit to this to die rather influence inp.nnlrt 115,000,000 . . . .... nnrl nvwrtlntn nf.ni.... j wholesale con- which hn worm, to havo given such proof of freely rendered! and luo 7.1 rival coaiuion 75,000,000 fiscation of national rights. Judge, arbitrate andr settleTi: Issues appear and then that other mignt . "'""" would bo no need of revo- - Bulgaria the Tflere high military organization as to bo world Greece What a fulfilment of hopes that 62,500,000 When all the world Is talking of at stake between tho belligerents lutlonary action. It would make us Serbia war break out that would wreck able to dismount at a given signal wo were led to believe would And freedom Ireland, 47,500,000 which has not had It was a grievous wronir done. civilization. tho prey of our enemies, and point without serious risk jot collision and their realization in victory! Tho four last mentioned countries ono year's peace and But apart from any outside com- xo wnat nas taken place In France, nave broken bones. a larger area and a But dark as Is the cloud thnt plunder brought asince greednowor that governments conspired in secret forelcn treaties to exclude the representa- bination, the aim of tho Loaguo of Portugal, Mexico and Russia. Secret larger each Many months ago hundreds population than Ireland. of hangs over Ireland today, it is not among us, vuu years ago. Is being tives of the Pope from taking any Nations, to save tho human family societies and revolution did not prominent and patriotic Irishmen without a silver lining. The ma- tortured were arrested, deported from their terialistic spirit that has hold Eur- rule to and harassed by that alien stops having as their object the from another great war, will not do bring the rebirth of nations, hut WITITE HABIT TIU3RE. a point unless conscription Is their devastation and destruction. native land, and cast into English ope In Its grip for the past four wnicn nas Decomo of exasperation conclusion of peaco or the settle- attained Though tho world Is engaged In unbearable. In ment of tho questions that must banned, armaments enormously re prisons, and held In durance with- years or more has only served to talking of tho Peaco Conference, it their Insane attempts to out any charge having been presubstituted IRELAND, SIZE AND RESOURCES. seems not yot aware that tho white and bring out In greater re- the unquenchable fire of extinguish arise on tho termination of hostili duced and arbitration patriotism ties. Such action should open the for tho gage of battle. There will ferred against them. The only lief tho religious side of the Irish they have given us habit of St. Dominio shines in tho martial law for eyes of been blamYou often hear shadow of an excuse which has character. government and turned our cduntry ing the those who have condemning bo no lasting peaco if tho rights of made that Ireland Is tho statement hall of the momentous Catherine. Pope for not a small coun The delegates of tho been given to the public for their Ireland and tho rights of labor aro Never can wo forget those trying flagrant outrages on public law dur- not secured. try, insignificant In size, resources, tries aro accompanied various counarrest and imprisonment is some days when, not contont with the Into a prison. day wo havo to by Every other wit ing tho war. etc., but compare the following fig- sions of a tochnical nature, commis-in supposed German plot of the very rreo girt or so many lives sacrificed ness By Right Rev. Dr. McRoay. and the sickening sight of It Is a blessing from provldenco ures with the size and resources of that appointed for the branch conexistence of which the English head on hor behalf. Great , Britain would young men and ovon women that Is greatly enhanced by the (Bishop of Down and Connor.) supposedly more important coun- cerned with labor ls Father Ccslaus of the Government in Ireland nub- - treat Ireland as a nation of slaves Doing nauled off In handcuffs to ract that the American democracy, If I could allow myself to discuss tries. Let us compare tho area Rutten, O. P., Belgium, whoso repullcly testified ho never heard. and force conscription on hor sons the mo3t trivial offenses. with its marvellous capacity to pick politics I should have a good deal with some of the indonendnnt tation as a socioloigst marked him The continued incarceration a j" of against their will. j.uu wnue iney xnus trample oa out good of the these men is a monstrous injustice out as particularly able to While striving to recover our na- ireiana at home they sit among the the States,men for some heaitehlD ago to say about the treatment to which smaller nations of Europo: placed ono "small nation" is being sub- years Square mlle3 country. Father Rutten is also6orve and a disgrace to any people call- tional rights we must never prove nations in a peace the conference de- in the Presidential chair a eltlaen Jected at tho present tlmo, even j Ireland ing Itself civilized, not to speak of untrue to the elorfnun 32,531 Secretary General of tho Christian fcorifara manding aa a who knows how to give amirabld While a League of Nations is being, Switzerland proud title to which it makes nanaeu aown Dy st. Patrick, w sacred right for Syndicates of Belgium, "a man," as the 15,976 all people, erea and fearless expression to the dee- - luimea huiuu js expeciea anionic uoamarx ..... irt. ni9 L'Unlta Cattolica of Florence puts claim, of champion of right and jus frill shnv Hist WA tnfiarlf tlio .ll. for the colored races. trlse of right among mUIom. other things to protect small na ueigium . . 15,042 uf ot pnonomenai activity," tice everywhere uo iu uiare WJJWS im- ... .. (" We protest against this a new experience for lions from tyranny and oppression. t These figures show that Ireland the author of several works In ana it was governments so'inra iam wane mauenaDie measurably greater than any we hypocrisy. We demand Justice graspinr fa tho .Old In his own good time God will is almost three times as laTge as ciology, rights as a nation are unjustly with- - jliave. been yet called upon to which are appreeiated xor our country, ana we claim it World to be teld by one wMom titer grant this ancient and faithful na Belgium and larger than Switzer- highly even beyond the Belgian the opportunity, up to the .far. at the international tribunal whose can not afford to deepiae tltat wek tion even an earthly reward for all land and Denmark put together. frontier. StockNow$LOO We're away over the $200,000 mark! We' ve received checks for stock from States as Investors distant as New York and Texas! are judging the value of the stock of the Louisville Mansfield Lead and Zinc Company by the record of the Kentucky Mansfield Lead and Zinc Syndicate. That company already in operation, paid a monthly dividend of 2 in January and 3 in February. The officers and directors of both companies are chiefly the same gentlemen and the newer company has been organized to do Its just what the other is doing but on a larger scale. holdings are greater, consisting of four tracts of 40 acres each in the Mansfield District, right where the Mother Lode of the great Ozark Lead and Zinc fields comes nearest the surface. We've proven our holdings by drilling. We're already sinking the first shaft for our first mill! New-bold- n L 'Ti r C tiwille Mfidiljfmil anujfnc (Ik 0tttVille to 409 Starks Hettttttk) 409 Starks suf-righ- ts, Blilg. ireo-lovln- ,,. ! --... courts-marti- al "" "' .t. m a ... - do-vol- op noble-heart- ed I ... : ""to uf-he- ld Q3 KBISrlMJOKY XIEISIX .aLMlEfcRIOAWr. of the Last Supper and of tho inMISSION CLOSING. stitution of the commemorative sacGUIDE BUYERS rifice of the new law, with its spirSeldom in Its long history has old itual food of holy communion. Our St. Patrick's church held as many Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly joy and gratitude for this testament men as wore gathered there last urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements of Christ's presence with us Is fit- Sunday night to receive tho blessthey find in these colums. We aim to protect our readtingly expressed in the music and ing and assist at the close of the they find in these colums. We aim to protect' our readTomorrow Will Bo Passion Sunday, vestments of the mass, in the pro- week's mission for the men of the ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. cession and In tho repository of the parish. Tho mission was in every tho Next Palm and Thea Blessed Sacrament, which is rich way succesful and and Vicar GenREPAIRING WELDING Easter. in flowers and lights and attended eral Cronin, tho pastor, and tho mis Expert Attention On Repairs On All Makes of Oars by dovout adorers. sionaries, Fathers Alphonsus and Good Friday finds tho church Roger, of tho Passlonlst order, havo SPECIALISTS ON FORD RETAmiNQ clothed funeral black, cold and des reason to feel elated over tho renoly WecW and Its Religions Sig- olate, mourning tho death of her sults. Between GOO and 700 men & GO. spouse. Tho shadow of tho cross Is were present every evening during ncooaro&AUD nificance to tho ChrisERNEST SMITH, Prop. upon everything. The beloved John tho week, and Sunday evening It tells its sad story. Tho prayer for was necessary to place chairs in tho 5 LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY tina World. Both Phones 3399 718 SOUTH SEVENTH ST., LOUISVILLE, KX. all sinners, Catholics, Protestants, aisles. LARGEST IN THE SOUTH. Jews, pagans, heretics, schismatics. Home City 8300 Borne Phena 255G Road Service. Infidels, aro an "echo of the love RECENT DEATHS. for all Has Been tho Inspiration of Science that died forgive and of tho cry, NATIONAL HATTERS them; they know "Father, JOHN D. ROMMEL CO. Louis A. Broring, D. D. S. Death last Saturday called Mrs. National Roofing and Art as Well as not what they do." All day tho Ellen Welsh, perhaps tho oldest Home Phono City 1931 014 South Third St churches aro visited by silont wor- member of St. George's congregaTOM TOLAKIS, Prop. Company Morals. shipers, who come to kiss in spirlc tion, and her funeral took place 825 W. Jefferson St, Louisville, Ky. INCORPORATED ACCESSORIES FISK TIRES tho wound inflicted by sin and to Monday. Mrs. Welsh was eighty-seve- n Suits Pressed While You Walt. 1 STARKS BUILDINQ. venerate tho cross, the emblem of years old and leaves a daugh- Hats Cleaned and Blocked While Pitch, Coal Tar, Tarred Felts, ter, Mrs. M. T. Hunt; flvo sons, fif- You Walt Soldiers' Uniforms and Balvatlon. Gravel Roofing (A Specialty). JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. PASSION. OBSERVANCE OF THE Holy Saturday is interesting, as teen grandchildren and eight great- Hats a Specialty. Work Called For 134 W. Mala Headquarters for It brings us back to tho early days grandchildren. and Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, of tho church, when the Christians. Phones City 1250; Main 1400-Y- . Attention and Quality." CITE AND FARM PROPERTY hiding perhaps in tho Catacombs, Mrs. Joseph Schoenbachlcr, aged Gee us about anything in real beloved wifo of Martin Tomorrow will be Passion Sun- conducted their service in tho dead forty-ninTUB SIGN OF QUALITY FEOraS'S PROVIDENT .USacXATXeW estate. Wo sell, buy and rent. day and on tho following Sunday of tho night. Tho great Easter can- Schoenbachler. 807 South Shelby Slghl'd 7411 Incorporated street, died Sunday, leaving a son 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. wo enter upon tho most solemn dle was blessed and lighted with East 180 Was Organized fcy n Clttteaa the new Are, to burn for forty days, and eight daughters who mourn tho Home Phone City 4464. The. Smoke Op The. Hour. week of the Lenten season, which thus marking tho presence on earth death of a devoted- - mother. Her KENTUCKY to Male culminates dn Easter Sunday. LAUNDRY X. 9 A, K 8 SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. of the risen Christ, from Easter to funeral took placo Wednesday mornHoly CO. were ing from St. Martin's rhurch and ROBERTSOK MankindWeek is a living monument. Ascension day. baptized On Furniture and Other Personal Loans to those having regular In- SAM commemorates the great Instructed and Catechumens night. was largely attended. Incorporated this Froporty at comes or salary, with no publicity events of Christ's llfo on earth. When 2 conCONTRACTOR FOB services XiOWEST BATES or red tape. Loans to housekeepers Monuments of stone and bronze pro cludingtho longthe mass were holy Charles Groppe, aged fifty-tw- o with and CJHderhill St. COLEMAN BUILDING on their personal security. tho ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOBC long a little while tho fame of tho communion the dawn of Eastor Sun and for years engaged in the tanpoet and mark 8. E. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON ning business, died Monday morning Geo. Dearborn warrior and the F. R, POOLEY, Both Phones 288S for day was already there to answer at his homo, 1831 Dato street, after Manager battled Held whereon they 1815 S. Twenty-sixt-h Theso Building, St Room 1, Courier-JournGreater the joyful alleluias. Saturday services a week's illness. He Is survived by principles or possessions. mornconducted Homo Phone Shawnee S68 41G S. Fourth Street. deeds there aro which aro not con are now tho mass and alleluias are his widow, Mrs. Katherlno Groppe; Homo Phone City 7638 THE MERRY WILL CANTEEN CO. tent with the arch or obelisk, ana ing, and Easter day, amid all the threo sons, Charles, Frank and repeated Coko Station, Camp Taylor, Ky. need them not, but live on In the signs of praise and triumph that Edward, and two daughters, Misses HUNGER'S CHILE CAFETERIA expresX. E. YANN DAIRY COMPANY WM. P. BANNON hearts of men, finding theirwloldlng music and lights and flowers and Mario and viola. The funeral took Everything for tho Soldiers place 458 South. Fifth Street sion In tho enthusiasm and Cigars, Restaurant Incorporated. brilliant vestments and burning elo- Peter's Thursday morning from St church. Influence in tho lessons of quence and fervent prayers CONTRACTING PLASTERER their FIRST CLASS SERVICE FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN anniversaries. Tho children of bring to the greatest festival of can their 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. tho O. 4203 Monday morning the funeral of Brook nnd Bloom S. 9192-Israel, for three thousand years and year. John KlrWan, a former xnoir demore, have commemorated City 8380 can bo no question of tho tho iflre department, was member of Both Phonos 4202 There Cumb. S. 161-- T liverance from Egypt and their enheld from JNO. P. MORTON & CO. Both Phonos 2406 thus burning Ho was forty-si- x trance Into tho Promised Land with moral benefit ofmightiest scenesinto tho Cathedral. our minds in years old and had recently been emk 0 0. INCORPORATED the saprificial lamb of tho Passover. the life of tho Saviour. Home City 2803 our History ployed "SOUTHERN STAR" Camp Knox, where he was For us Americans tho Fourth of tells us the part played In the civ- strickenat with pneumonia. SurvivAdolpb Rcutlinger Established 1820. Louisville. Ky. REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY July is eloquent of tho birth of our ilization of feudal Europe by the SLICED BACON ing him are threo sisters, Mrs. Mary INSURANCE republic, of tho boon of liberty, of truce of God, which consecrated Larkin. Mr3. Frank O'Connor, Miss TORNADO, LIABILITY AND forefathers. "All Ready for Your Griddle In the OFFICII OUIFITTKES FRED HORNUNG, JR. the heroism of our Holy Week Is each week from Wednesday night Kate Kirwan, and three brothers, PLATE GLASS Morning" Tho character of PRINTERS to PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING likewise monumental. It is tho till Monday morning who peace for Edward, James and Joseph Kirwan. STATIONERS 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE tho sake of Jesus, suffered living commemoration of tho 712 West Jefferson Street LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. theso Mrs. Katie Kohler, aged eighty-fivacts of the life of our Lord and days. Our Friday abstinence ' SOUTH LOUISVHiLE SAVIFGS corpora ted Louisville, Ky. observance In widow Christ during his weeklySunday cross and tho preach and widely of tho late John Kohler and Saviour Jesus resurof the AND DEPOSIT RANK known in Catholic cirIts aays are earthly life. Within Home Phone Shawnee 80S' St. Augustine speaks in cles, succumbed to the infirmities of DEAD ANIMALS of his rection. crowded the anniversaries ' n his confessions of tho Influence upon ago Saturday afternoon at tho home BUILDER Fourth and Central Avenue HENRY GOSS death upon tho cross, of his , PAH) CASH PRICES HIGHEST his conversion of the sacred music of her daughter, Mrs. H. Moore, from tho tomb, of his insti- at Milan. Roofing, Guttering, Spouting On Holy Thursdays. 2G11 Sonth Fourth street. Three Per Cent. Paid on Savings She Is 2431 MONTGOMERY STREET Call Homo Phone City 721; Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted tution of tho blessed sacrament of Popes, Emperors and Kings have survived by four eons and two Deposits. A General Banking Busicommunion by which Is symbolized always washed tho feet of their daughters. Cumb. Phone Main 721. Monday morning- tho Home Phone Shawnee 1010 Asphalt Shingles a Specialty ness Transacted. o and perpetuated his mysterious subject, following the funeral was held from Holy Name 2011 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. amonc us. Christians would humblest of tho Master: church, Rev. Father O'Connor con humility When In Louisville Storo Your Car not havo these solemn days pas3 and gentlemen consecrateand ladles ducting tho solemn services. this day FRANK A. OnLMANN at the GLOBE SECURITY & LOAN CO. undistinguished from, thoso which HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES to visiting the hospitals and serving precede and follow them, and so tho poor. Incorporated. KOERNER & STRADER GARAGE Wednesnay morning tho funeral 000 East Franklin Street wo havo Holy Week. History traces eighty-thre- e All Kinds of Footwear For the A. L&zar. Manager On Good Friday tho hardest sin or Mrs. Mary Dagos, 110 E. Main or 110 W. Main the customs of Holy Week to tho ners must reflect. Enemies forgiye years old, widow of Charles Dages, Whole Family Money Advanced on Your Plain Note Gas, Oil and earliest years of tho Christian era. one another. Tho careless aro con- tooK piaco from St. Charles church. GROCERIES AND FRESH MEATS and Polishing aRepairing, Washing Specialty. West Jefferson Street Two HAMBLY'S Stores But were we to open no pages but verted and turn eyes to tho Rov. Father Raffo celebrating tho Cumb. Main 967-Home, City 8481. tho book of human nature, we would Crucified Christ. their tho wholo-som- o requiom mass. Mrs. Dages leaves (Second Floor) After Shaw. 1716 20th and Portland. still know that the commemorations Eastor brings to a daughter, Mrs. J. F. Nichols, with City, 7164 HomjT Phono City 2967. 18th and Magazino Highland 1033 M. of our Lord's suffering and death the Christian tho joy of God which whom sho made her home at 1935 I street, and four c: and resurrection go back to the passes all understanding, and to bo South Twenty-eight- h JOS. V. SPANINGER mother when the Edward and It is a sons, York; Walter James Dages. of WHOLESALE TOBACCONIST The best GLASSES you cab get days had lost her only begotten and known must berexporIonced. THE Now Dages, of Louis who GROCERY AND SALOON, FINE of proper thing for all Christians to tho are the only sate kind to wear. her all, retraced Calvary,footsteps lin- work together for tho preservation ville, anil Charles L. Dagos, of St. "Ask Any 000 West Main Street WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS and to Louis. the journoy Holy Oculist." of triumph and and forsotho spread of this quickCorrect GLASSES aro as Important gered at tho tomb 370 Baxter Avenno Louisville, Ky. Week, rich in history, so Tho funeral of Mrs. (Nellie Scott of hope, till tho call would come to OPTICAL as tho right medicine and WB sake herself to join her divine Son In ening to faith and hopo and love, Reeser, thirty years old, beloved t and overy deep religious virtue. It wifo of Frank E. Reosor, 2525 his glory: or when John and Peter would seem that REMOVAL NOTICE. is a fair and COMPANY (them. and (Magdalen and tho rest brought wise thing If, out itof deference to Greenwood avenue, was held Sunday afternoon from St. Charles each new believer to visit tho hal- the multitudes of Christians that 013 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky., Opposite Mary Andorsoa. lowed spots, and told over again the fill our common schools, their spring church, Rev. Father Raffo conducting tho sad obsequies. Her death re things which they had witnessed: holiday were made to coincide with Dr. T. J. Welsh, Dentist, from sulted from pneumonia and brought were lre nfferinr nnnojane, IF jou ore of a private nature In thU or memories which among tho bond of the Easter holy days. Courier Journal Buildine, to 420 intense sorrow to a wldo circle of thcmeslves, AlEN'S BLACK OR TAN union and lovo Holy Week has been tho Inspirastreet, between otber cities, then coninlt us. AU builnrti and the revelation of God's Infinite tion of science and art, as well as friends. Mrs. Reeser Is survived by North Twentieth ttrlctlr confidential. mercy to tho stranger, and to all morals. Tho reform of tho calendar her husband, ono son, William Scott Griffith avenue and Bank. We are giving special atReeser, tender ties linking them to Jesus under Pope Gregory XIII. In 1G82 Blsmeyer. and a sister, Mrs. Albert tention to Confirmation and Christ, our Redeemer. arose from the desiro to avoid conGiven tho facts of our Lord's last fusion in tho celobration of Easter, First Communion Pictures, forty-niLouis H. years days, Holy Week was inevitable. which tho Council of NIco In 325 old. tho wellTraub, Rush known tobacco broker Ladies, Avoid at special prices. Christians of tho race that brought had decreed should be tho Sunday and an active figure on Main street, These shot aro world beater tho body of Joseph from Egypt and after tho full moon following tho died Monday at tho family residence, they look well and they stand the Bring your last year's hat to us sot up stones of Jacoh at Bethel, vernal equinox. early and save money by having banffa of service. They ore designed 1915 Duker avenue. Ho Is surand built for service and they rentheir Messiah. It reblocked in tho newest shape. would not forget vived by his widow, Mrs. Patresa der that service. New When in tho recurring years their Roberts Traub: threo daughters, W Hav- - Thirty From. Shapes To CATHOLIC KNIGnTS. Select neighbors celebrated Jhe feast of SPALDING SHOE CO. 311 S. THIRD ST. Misses Leila, Estella and Patricia reblocklng, cleanOur method the paschal lamb they celebrated 233 S. Fourth Are.. LoobrtUe. Kr. Tho movement for unity among Traub; a son, Louis S. Traub, Jr.; ing and dyeing of SIOKTBSKTX ASH SI&PX.B has proven a great rrccomplishment of what was tho J. H. IIAAGKH, President. Our forty District Out of the tho various branches of tho Cath- his father. Louis C. Traub, and three success. our guarantee. years of busiU. J. DOHAH0K. See. aad Xreas, promised by that animal typo, and olic Knights of America In Louis sistera, Mrs. ICIIgarlff, P. Mrs. ness Is OPEN EVENINGS Lamb your revered the death of the true to us When ville has culminated in the consoli- - James Price and Mrs. P. Boeller, you are you bring It to hatreliable a bringing of God, the Saviour whoso blood lation of Branches 4 and 642, which of Los Angeles. Funeral services Louisville concern and you will get was sprinkled on tho doorposts of will continue together as Branch 4. were hold Wednesday morning at the best attention. Mve your boys as education that will the world. prepare them for life. the St. James church. Holy Week opens with Palm Sun- These branches St. represented par Works Michael's Cathedral and City day and commemorates a beautiful ishes, and now they will constitute STATEMENT OF ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE THE OWNERSHIP, event in the life of Christ. In faith a strong central body. ConsolidaMANAGEMENT, CIRCULATION, 713 WEST JEITXRBON STREET ETC., BEQUXBED BY THE ACT OF we Join the angels and the Hebrew tion of other branches is expected lia W. Broadway, Sonlavllle, Xy. ,Horth Side who sang "Hosanna to tho to follow soon. Branch 4 will here- OfCONGRESS OF AUGUST 24, 1912, children Conduoted by the Xaverian Brothers. tho Kentucky Buslnesi and Classical. Bclentlfio David," and strewed his after meet on the fourth Monday of lished weekly ut Irish American, pubSon of Louisville, Ky., for Bourses, Preparatory Department, Lara; March 2B, 1919. pathway with palms as ho rode over the month In Room 400 in the Btate of Knntuelrv. Swimming- - Fool, Well Equipped Gymna entered Realty building. Following are the County of Jefferson.) ss. tho Mount of Olives and sium, xerme znoaoraia. "At Near to You m the Nearest Phoas" Kro. Benjamin. Tlr. Jerusalem that Sunday morning. newly elected officers: ueiore me. a Notary Public In and ror tho State and county aforesaid, 10c Tho church blesses palm branches Spiritual DirectorRev. P. M. J. personally appeared William M. FLOWERS which are carried In procession amid Rock. .who, havlnp been duly sworn FUNERAL joyous singing. Those palms of according1 to law. deposes and says that President Joseph P. McGinn. he Is the President and Editor of tho A J. 5c glory are preserved till Ash WednesA. SPECIAL, SPRAT $3.00 Vice President John B. Stickler. Kentucky Irish American, and that MEAN GOODBYE day of next year, when they are to Secretary H. Recording A. the following Is,belief,the best of hia A. SPECIAL WREATH $5.00 knowledge and a true stateTO MR. FLY burned and provide tho ashes which Veeneman, Sr. DR. JOHN P. BECKER ment the and remind us that we are Best Cigars Made unto dust wo shall return. dust his- Financial Secretary G. B. Mc- etc., ofofatho ownership, management (and if dally paper, the circulation), Tho Screen with Dow's Screens. aforesaid publication for the date shown in tho abovo caption, OPTOMETRIST, tory of tho Passion of our Lord is Ginn. 4'4"i"t"I"I"H"t't-H"l"i-l"t"H- ' DOW WIRE & IRON WORKS required by the Act of August 24, Frank J. Maer. Treasurer today read from Matthew. On Tues1912, embodied in section 443, Postal Trustees A. J. Sheridan, J." Incorporated. Laws and Regulations, printed on the IN FITTING GLASSES Wednesday and Friday of Holy day, SPECIALIST H. A. Veeneman, Jr. JIT W. MAnKET, DOTII PHONES. reverso of this form, to wit: Week are read tho accounts of tho (P. Bennett. Sergeant-at-Arm- s 1. That tho nbmea and addresses of gOO Iburlh Awrnue lotrtrvftf J dlvlno tragedy left us by Mark, the publisher, editor, managing editor, Twenty Years' Experience. Sentinel William Cushing. and business managers are: Prices Reasonable. Luke and John. Publisher, Kentucky Irish American We telegraph Flowers Everywhere "NIOKBREADr" When posslblo the Passion is Company, Louisville, Ky. 315 Starka Building. Third Floor sung by three deacons and a choni3. If bread is the staff of life It Is Editor, William M. Hlggins, Louisville, Ky. Fearth and Walnat. Tho narration Is given by ono in a certainly necessary to mako tho Managing Editor, None. Phone City 1180. middle voice; tho words of our Lord best, buy tho best and eat tho best. uusiness Managers, None. are chanted in a deep solemn bas3; There aro all sorts of bread made Associated .uauor, jonn J. Barry, iouisviue. itv. whatever is spoken by any other and sold in Louisville, but the care2. Leave Your the owners are: (Give names JOHN B. RATTERMAN nririroaflna w. InHlvMnnl person is sung by the third deacon ful housekepeer who knows what is nnri That i.uuwu nf ...i . .uiiu. nn.nAt.ci wr,l0, In a high voice. The words of the desired by her household always or, if a corporation, give its name and the FULL SUPPLY ALL KINDS us Uarabbas," asks for Nick's bread because she ers names and addresses 1 of stockholdcrowd, as "Glvo owning or holding per cent, or FILMS etc., are rendered by has tried It and found it excels all more or the total amount of stock.) "Crucify Him," FUNERAL DIRECTOR RIVER PISH Where This Trade e William M. Hlggins. LoulBvllle, Ky. tho chorus. This dramatic recita- othera. on tho market. Nick John J. Barry, Louisville, Ky. tion, with its peculiar cadences of Mirk is Exhibited has been In tho business of Mary II. Hlggins, Louisville, Ky. OYSTERS AND SHRIMP 3. That 2114 WEST MARKET STREET old, simple but rich chant, is mag- making breads for years and Is mortgagees, tho known bondholders, Twenty-Fou- r and security holders Hoar Service nificent with a truth and energy familiar with every process neces- owning or holdlnirotherner cent, nr mn KY. SMOKED PISH 1 tho frame sary to produce good bread. He of total amount of bonds, mortgages, 512 S. Second St., Louisville which thrills through Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland or other securities are: (If there are uses only the purest and best ma- none, so state.) and overpowers the feelings. Both Phones 2040 West 1107a. FIRE, TORNADO, CASUALTY BONDS On tho evenings of Wednesday, terials, tho freshest yeast, and every ixone. 4. That the Thursday and Friday of Holy Week loaf he Bells Is good weight, fresh above, giving two narAornnlin niYf the names of I 308 City tho service Is called tho tenebrao. from tho oven, crisp and brown. It ers, stockholders, and security the ownj 592 MajH holders, These Matins and Lauds aro so sol- Is appetizing to the last crumb and ii any, contain not oniy tue list or emn both in their thought and mu- after once trying It you will desiro stockholders and security holders as sin i st.f w,ti at uFax-a-fr they appear upon the books of the sic that to bo appreciated they must no other, company but also, in casei where the CaiWMtSwGiffaiism, Nick Warrlsse takes stockholders or security holder appears Tho lamentations of A man like be attended. Funeral Directors PRACTICAL HATTER company as books Jeremiah and other passages from pride In producing such a product. upon the in any of the fiduciary relatrustee, or other Hats Remodeled, Cleaned and tho prophets and tho New Testa- Ho spares no pains or expenso to tion, the name of tho person or corpowhom Tho keynoto Is mako It what It should be, and ration for also such trustee Is acting. Embalmers. Dyed. Panama's Bleochcd. Clean- ment are sung. Cor. Brook and Market Sts. Is given; two paraing and Pressing of Men's Clothing. found In such antiphons as "Jeru- thereby builds up a splendid repu- graphs contain that the said embracing statements and belief John B. Stetson Hats at Low Prices. salem, Jerusalem, bo converted to tation for his bakery and its afllant's full knowledge conditions as to (IIO tho Lord thy God," or "O, all ye products.- - Grocers who know what the circumstances and security under which stockholders and hold530 West Walnut Street. ielepkoiae li who walk In thy way, behold and their customer prefer always keep ers who do not aDDcar UDon the books see If any sorrow bo like unto my it in stock, and for tho past twonyt-flv- e of the company as trustees, hold stock a capacity again, the MESSENGER SERVICE sorrow," oralone." "I have trod can- test years Nick's bread has stood tho ana securitiesno inreason owner;otner than and this that of a bona fide An arch of of time and experience, and de- affiant has to believe that association, or cor- - WffMHt MM MMfSMl nMK SfMMnKMj IfrctM dles, recalling by their number tho spite the fact tha tmany bakeries any other person, Interest (DAY OR NIGHT.) direct or prophets and Christ, is extinguished, have sprung up later it holds its S orationinhas any the said stock, bonds, or 600 soura fiftbc Dr. Uriah Z. Litsiy light by light, as the service pro- own and is second to none. The other securities than as so stated by We purchase and deliver theater ceeds, till the keystone light alone is day of war bread being over people blm. 1M w;Sv3"W Ckirvpeillnt KENTUCKY UUSX AMERICAN CO., A26 W.MARKCT tickets, lunches, railroad tickets, left. Finally It is hidden for a mo- are return to the good, wholeWILLIAM M. 607 berths, etc. Prompt and reliable ment, but not extinguished. It re- some leares of the past and find Sworn to and subscribed IIIGQINSmo 1 ,K L.OUISVIIXE,. KY. before messengers for all kinds of personal mains to represent the triumph over Nick W rrtase's have lost none of Starka this 25th day of March. 1919. NORTON BUILDING A complete line of FnrHltare at HATTIB HiaGINS, and private business. Phone City death, the liht of the world, Bmilil their delicious crlspnees and sour prices that are always the lowest. N. P. J. C., Ky. H, W.Cwutr FMrlk wU Jtffcnon 4414, Holy Thursday ,1a the anniversary ishlng Qualities. Btk PbMi; Satisfaction guaranteed. Ky commission expires lt2. RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS SOON OVER RELIABLE FOR CAREFUL AUTO WELDING REPAIR I I f9f9mminmm49mt Supply and DENTIST f 900-90- TllpKERS "JBREVA" L. e, Well-know- 014-02- al GOS-51- A RIUTLINQER FIRE su-nrp- e, ARTHUR A. WILL resur-restlo- - pres-nne- 7 A self-denia- l, J. BUCKNER soul-pierc- ed CONFIRMATION PICTURES WORK SHOES $3.50 to. $600 5tannB5 ni the New York Studio High-Ke- nt ! SMOKE TARPY'S Lady Dash Falls Straw HIgr-Bin- s, Little $M rsns itgr- -t Colo-ma- n, Start the Season Right lJIUldL. KODAK FISH FOR LENT. &.1 jEtwiciyra War-rlss- LOUISVILLE, H. BOSSEaSON and t.i.i.,.b DRINK FBHR AVBNUX JtePf .., iJk s o FRED ERHART ARCHITECT wine-pre- ss CORNS,BUNIONS street. ct li KBXJO WISM MM IIUCK. Joe Hund. one of the most pop ular young men in tho East End, for years with the Louisville Water Company and who Berved with the American forces since tho troublo on the Mexican border, left Tuesday for Pennsylvania as representative of tho corporation recently organCharles Knight. ized by Joe has a host of friends who wish him success In his now field and hone that ho will bring a big vol ume of business to Louisville. A1IT.E JtKPKESEXTATIVE. 4''iW44$4 , , KEYSTONE POLICE OFFICIALLY RECOGNIZED f MNeeeeaeMMeeeeeeeeteeMeeeflff kfj He rrWWClr lTA MlMftla P. MWMN, M., tin Pra. M TftH. P. BANNON Sewer ana Calvert Pipe, Fire rreeBag , PIPE CO. The Article Below Reprinted From Movie Picture World Magazine, New York. FORCE MAKES FARCE FOR LOUISVILLE. Bluecoats called Keyst1oners." Live Up to Title with Drawn Pistols. by Staging Traffic Hold-U- p Wall Ceaiag, Drain Tile, Vitrifies IrlcK, Lining, Fire Irlctf Grate aaa Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Caiaaey Teas. OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. Baaaea's Patent Lidded Flee for Steaa Ceadalts. nae PHONES CITY WORKS-Tkirteeatkaad 373-178- CUMB. MAIN S07. The friends of Dr. T. R. Welch, of Jessamine county, are urging Min to again be a candidate for the for the nomination Democratic Legislature in that district and It Is hoped the doctor will see his vay clear to announce. Dr. Welch was one of tho most able men Id the Inst session and made a record for Mmself and his constituents THINKING OP UKRHY. Come on! Now for a real tobacco treat! Hit up your old pipe or take o man's size chew and see how this waxy, mellow, old twist warms The smell of it the cockles of your heart. alone will take you right back for more. Ask for War Hawk! At all live merchants! Guaranteed by Private James W. Whalen, of this city, writes from Bordeaux, Franco, that he is among tho many who is more than anxious to get back to tho land of the freo and tho home pf tho brave onco more. "Jimmy" says he hopes he will bo here to seo the Kentucky Derby run on May 10, and says if is easier to pick pretty French girls than it will be to pick the Derby winner, VISITING HER. BROTHERS. Miss Anna Deuser, of St. Louis, a Tied Cross nurse who recently returned from France, whero she saw service for nearly a year, is visiting her brother. Frank Deuser, 414 East Before Fifth street. New Albany. returning homo sho will visit an other brother, joscpn ueuscr, in Louisville. GIVEN THE HABIT. Miss Mary Kesselnug. who has a wide acquaintance In Catholic circles, is now Sister Mary Gilbert, of the Order or wiarity, naving latten tho habit on March 25. Sister Mary of Sacred Gilbert is a graduate Heart Academy and a ntcco of Mrs. James Curran, 325 North Twenty-fift- h John (fa D. Moore Tobacco Co. LOUI5VII l f KY. THE The Louisville police force has been the 'victim of tho- thousands of moving picture fans who have become well used to the antics of the policemen in the Koystono During tho past year comedies. or so good policemen have been rescarce. Some youngsters turning from a moving picture show got Into an argument with a policeman one night a few weeks ago, and some clover repartee was fired back and forth. Finally the youngsters designated tho policeman as a "Keystonor," and he retaliated by arresting them on a "D. and D." (drunk and disorderly) charge. After tho case came out In tho court the city as a whole started "Keycalling Its protectors Several arrests were stones." made, and the Mayor nppealed to the public and the newspapers to aid him in preserving order and the authority of his "cops." However, the newspapers, three of which aro against the present administration, have continued kidding the police force In edi -- torials, cartoons, etc, and things havo reached a stage where all police Information given tho press is censored by an employed newspapor man, who wears a police badge. Tho police forco has been a Joke, and according to some of the editorials on the subject the local forco has pulled a class of comedy never perfected by the Keystone people. It is alleged that some of tho things pulled by the local force would prove the greatest scream ever placed on a comedy screen. One of tho best stunts was when two officers got "loaded" at a bakers' meeting and held up traffic at First and Broadway with drawn guns until a riot call was sent in. Today a fine or a sore head faces the person who carelessly calls the city guardians by tho famous title of tho comedy cops. Keystone comedies probably have never received better advertising in any city than they have In Louisville during the past few months as a result of this outbreak. (Ireoklaridga and Niatk aad Magaalia. Main 2380-- T. I ? City 2360. Funeral Director and Embalmer 717-71- 0 E. CHESTNUT LOUISVDLLB, KX. '3:1 THOMAS KEEN AN 1529 WEST MARKET STREET. ..IMJlSrERiVrv DIRECTOR.. II ntctftmstttmt(ffp GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. seal nj Rita ANNIVERSARIES. , HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY Funeral Director and Embalmer! Petroleum SIMRSML j, PAINTS BMW Company OFFICE 506 REPUBLIC BUILDING atrcet. INTO ETERNAL REST. George H. Reverman, thirty-nin- e years old, a brewery Inspector, died Wednesday morning at his home, 2812 Garland avenue, following an Illness of four months. Ho is survived by his wife, Mrs. Sophie a daughter, Miss Dorothy Reverman, and a brother, Theodore Reverman. Funeral services wero conducted Thursday morning from Holy Cross church, with burial in St. Michael's cemetery. Rov-erman; FLOOR l FIFTH WALNUT STS. LOUISVILLE, KY. & Wrik tall or ! Mate H wBt JnmMt sUm, IcM, wHk CM. ItVHi U. mA. UM Tt NM f hn tofimttm. ct !, W, IS UNDER ORGANIZED THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF KENTUCKY Frank Happell Paint Mfg. Co. Locamzxa. kt, All of its legal affairs have been passed on and approved by WALTER HUFFAKER, ATTORNEY. The lease has been carefully gone over by one of Kentucky's most successful oil operators, and locations for wells selected at the and advantageous most economical points, and wo are ready to contract for sinking our test wells in what is considered one of the best locations in Eastern Kentucky, in Owsley County, between two wet gas wells which indicate thjit an oil pool is near. This company is organized without any promotion stock. Every dollar paid in for stock goes for the bene fit of the company. The Rita Petroleum Co. e lease on the owns a left fork of Buffalo Creek in Owsley County, Ky., and is capitalized at $25,000. lias no preferred stock, bonds or debts of any kind. If it hits the pool a moderate investment will make you independent. "What others have done we expect to do. 200-acr- CHANGE FOR BETTER. TRY 8 tfSPRll '09k C'LiverPills THAT "THE" PILL ONUy v WILL " w HENRY C HCRP, V. LOUItVLCttt Put They work like a charm. Every box sold to satisfy Or your money refunded. For Sale by Your Druggist packages. In 25-ce- nt OLD MAN HARRIS Editor, has mado scores of his readers from 50 per cent, to 500 per cent, on Investments, who have followed his "tips" on what to buy and when to sell, in oil and mining stocks, during past year. Ho knows "Who's Who" in the oil game. All confidential. information strictly Qll Year's subscripUon to Kentucky now Journal ?2. (Free with each subscription a beautiful map of Kontucky oil fields an artist's Jdca of an airplane view of the State, Wrlto worth ?C; 14x22 inches.) pages, for free sample copy 16 2 illustrated, building, Louisville, Ky. 411-41Inter-Southem The Best Bug and Iloach Killer on the market, because we guarantee it to kill or no pay. CHEMICAL OO. LOUISVILLE 108 South Third Avenue Main !805 City 8222 The Influenza Makes Eyes Weak. I make a specialty of fitting glasses to theso cases and have had wonderful success. Call and see me before it goes too far. B. r. SMITH, Optometrist, with C. M. WISEMAN & SON, 320 West Market street. ' "" K. PFEBFFEIt FLORIST Tklrty-e4gkt- Cut Flowers, Plants and funeral . -- . Work. Phone Shawaee 6594j. 481 Sew h Every pastoral letter at the opening of the holy season of Lent urged upon Catholics tho practice of going to mass and receiving holy communion each day that would be possible. Our Bishops realize that home. PHONXC8. tho only hope of the world today lies behind the little door of the MISSION AT ST. JOSEPH'S. SOOS.a Home City 29ftl Climb. Main The Prosonce that A. Tabernacle. dwells in our church, that is there A mission lasting one week will to be our comfort and our food, is opon at St. Joseph's church on EaBt the ono thing that brightens a cold Washington street. Tho mission and dreary world. Tho ono faithwill bo for men and women and ful, steady light in our life is tho HARYEY-JELLIC- O will bo conducted by fathers from INDIAN SENTINEL. flickering red sanctuary lamp that tho Franciscan convent at Cintells of the Heart that is waiting cinnati. Rev. Dlomedo Pohlkamp, (INCOHPORAT1BJ) The April Indian Sentinel, an to listen and comfort. The world O. F. M.. is the pastor and expecta Illustrated magazine published in would long since have been dea largo attendance at both the mornTho the interest of tho Society for tho stroyed by tho anger of an offendod ing and evening services. blessing will bo imparted on Palm Preservation 'of tho aFaith Among God save that Jesus Is dally im really inter molated on the altar of his love. DISTRIBUTORS OF THE Indian Children, is Sunday. is The sins of the world cry aloud for esting This issue number. termed the "Sioux Number," ana is vengeanco, but louder still is tho TEST OF EYES. devoted to ono of tho most numer- cry for mercy that goes up to God department In tho ous and romarkablc of tho Indian from tho Spotless Victim. In theso The optical also tho Wiseman lowelry store has been tribes, otherOakotas. Itmatter carries days of awful spiritual havoc wo S6.65 reading that must go to our Eucharistic Lord equipped with everything necessary much should intorost Catholics. Tho In 'for aid and strength. If we would eyes, Terms Place your next order with for tho proper testing of has been doing a the new skiootometer which dian Sentinel and may bo secured only taste and see how sweet tho errand work, Our Heavenly Father is weighs the strength of every musclo from Missions, Lord Is! tho Bureua of being ignored and abused by his and gives most accurate resuua. Washington, D. C. Indian separated now children. The world has apostatized This department, from God; tho devils in hell aro from the store, Is in charge or ut. NEEDED. SECRETARIES rejoicing at the blasphemies that E. P. Smith, who is an expert in If You Want the Best We Have It. being offered to tho Most High. optometry and a graduate or two need are The Knights only ono appeal that optical colleges: His work hero is Immediately 500 of Columbus overseas There is tho just anger of God. can men for appeaso meeting with 'general approval. secretarial worfk. Theso mon should When man by disobedience delibINCORPORATED bo energetic, vigorous and between erately forfeited his rights as a TURN OUT WELL. rorty- twenty-nv- o anu the ages of BROOK AND A STS. child of God, when his sins merited flve. They should bo able to with eternal loss, tho Second Person of Members of New Albany Council, stand the rigors of the climate tho Knitrhtn of Columbus, turned out abroad, and be able to perform hard the Adorablo Trinity became HlmBelf well last Sunday morning and mado work. With inoro than a million saving victim that offered samo ofan imposing showing when they re- of our fighters abroad awaiting de- Jn atonement. Today tho R EXPERT In o fering is mado upon our altars. ceived holy communion in a body at mobilization and having more When you master these wonderful ayatesta. Taey BMt sacrifice of the mass tho Holy Trinity church. Dean Curran tlmo at their command, the tho Ho3ts is adored and praised Lord Accounting Taer H modern conditions ana Government reaulreaaeata, and mass ana in a snori problem Qf suitably entertaining of celebrated tho stwo the student 20 per cent, la time aaa matter ever the During sormdn spoke words of encourage- thnm has loomed big. but tho thanked and appeased. well try tho old bookkeeping methods or Pitman or arahan Shortnaai. to ment and commended the Knights Knights, with a staff of a thousand season of Lent we may Taught exclusively at for their work for religion and their ovorseas Secretaries, most of them learn to appreciate, as far as it is country. particularly fitted to entertain or given to finite minds, this wonderBryant Stratton Easiness College, find entertainment for tho soldiers, ful mystery of God's love nnd join great central Loalsrille, Ky. CLUB HOME. (Incorporated) Third and Walnut have thus 'far been ablo to meet with our priests in the tllio demands mado upon them In act of Christian worship, tho holy Hew Cl&asea Start Xoaoar Bay aaa Hlftt of tho this direction. Among the undertakings To entertain theso sacriflco of tho mass. We need tho near future expected to engage the million men Is a hugo task, but tho faith and fervor of tho early ChrisAnd only $10,000 is offered, attention of tho Daughters of Isa- Knights aro going at It with energy tian martyrs, those men and women bella of Louisville is tho erection of and will accomplish results. Will- who died for love of Christ. They therefore, if yon have $50, a rlub homo for Catholic women. iam P. Larkln. Ovorseas Director, loved Christ and were loyal to Him $100 or more, wo invite you Him. New York, It Is said the tentative plans mciuae 4G1 Fourth avenue, recruiting has because thoy knew sweetnessThey us in this sane, conFor Your Savings U. S. Government Protection. to join In tnese learned to know his a building to be purchased or erect- begun tho task of servative speculation. Tho Eucharist is Secretaries, and holy communion. 500 locality, admission additional ed in a suitable More than 30,000 Bank Accounts, representing 100,000 people with a total to he orilv to members of tho club. hopes to quickly receive applications tho Bread of Life, tho bread which deposit of more than $ 8,000,000, is tho monument of confidence built 'by the men. from heaven ana in from desirable cometh down bank. thus taking it out of tho at this safe, conservative thn words of our Lord, "Ho that people of Louisville It is "Home for Girls" class. DOCUMENT. my flesh and drlnketh my PRICELESS leateth MARKET AT SECOND stated the Visitation Home Is inadeCLOCK xno UNDER THE BIG quate for tho demands made upon 'blood liath wo everlasting. Congress has put world needs spiritual awakening; Tho Library of it, eighty girls being now on tho waiting list. Tho now building will on exhibition a document signed by we an need strength to fight for FROM OLD KAXEXS CAJIPETS be large enough to tako caro not Ferdinand and Isabella six years ood and the right. We will find or kuss only of this waiting list, but also oi beforo tho discovery of America. It that strength in tho foqd that tho others who are seeking a homo. Is framed with some old portrait Lord has prepared for ub. If we Near it Is the nro in earnest in tho service of Business women will bo given first nrints of Columbus. copy of his torn- - Christ wo should strengthen Columbus codex a consideration. INC6oMATtP i as Admiral and Viceroy, selves for that service by making and jfi "WaU Paperrnonum Window Shade Cleaner of Carpet, of this heavenly food our daily bread. specimen is a beautiful ajav This BISHOP HEELAN. South Clay Btree 9 506 REPUBLIC Spanish handwriting of the stylo The Eucharist is tho hopo or the All arraneements were completed BUILDING world. Only the Sacred Heart of this week for tho consecration of used in tho year 1502. Jesus can bring men oacic to we Right Rev. Edmond Heelan, D, D., benedlctiou knowledge and service or God. Tho 7achary Taylor. Tho Father O. P. POCH'S FAITH. Auxiliary Bishop of Sioux City on as the Rev. burns with was glwn Heart lives Foch WALTER S. ADAMS, Cathedral of the It Is hoped that Marshal which Sacredand yearning and tho blessed Ackermann,bythe pastor. Tuesday in tho In lovo EDlohanv. Sioux City. A Papal dis will ahortly visit Irelaad, to President. can find no pensation was received allowing the country he tends jsrateful thanks for sacrament. Wo holy season ofbetter us your lasi year b oiraw the ANNUAL COMMUNION. consecration to take place on a dato her snlritual aid In the last anxious practice in mass and daily holy ILent let us shape It into this year's latest corn- Tho Protestant Bishop of than daily which is not included In the feasts months. : Council, ' mode. Wo aro in a position to do The numbers of Trinity 7 O.clock tho best of work at reasonable regularly fixed for ceromonies of London haB been the Urst to pay munlon ror he "wiU attend the 2190 City Main 1859 Y. M. L, that kind. Tho consocrator will be tributo to Foch's Catholicism, PKEAOHED. CHAPLAIN . v., said It was the Oeaeraiissimo'R 'ntSt Aloyslus church tomor -- .DrIcfiS Mo3t Rev. James J. Keane, Cleaning, dying, reblocklng of faith that had saved th KnatIoa Archbishop of Dubuque. The mnrnlnE and receive holy com Sunday evening St. Philip Nerl's will bo Right Rev. faith in the nation, filth in tho was date of tho communion CANONIZATION. James Davis, ef Davenport, and allies and atove all faith la tho church, byFloyd aad Woodbine, the congregation assem- annual taxed Right Rev. P. A. McGovern, Bishop Lord. President V. X. Ecker sermon council. bled to hear the Lenten Pope Beaedlet has set tomorrow of Cheyenne. The aermoa w.lM bo a full attendance of tho - A, by the Rev. eaoal-zatle- a preached by Right Rev. Daniel M. The corsage aettaiMt h baea re- preached army chaplainThomasCamp memSers. as the definite date for the 5'ir, Seet Wihst Si. at Murray, vived. , Qorman, D. D Bishop of Bolee. of Are. of Jo twenty-sAventh, During tho past week there has been a slight improvement In tho condition of Mrs. Dennis Whalen, who has been ill for tho last five months at her homo on "West Broadway. This family gave four sons to their country's service, two of whom have been demobilized and two nro still in France, and it la tho earnest hope of the family that sho may recover to welcome them Tomorrow will be tho second anniversary of tho United States DIVISION 3. declaration and entrance into tho First and third Fridays, Hlberatas Next against Germany. war Home, 0 Portland. Wednesday will bo tho President Tim O'Loary. to anniversary of Leo's surrender Vice President Walter Murphy. Gen. Grant and tho ending of our Financial Secretary John own civil war. And April 19 will 1850 Portland avenue. ba Patriots' day, tho anniversary of Recording Secrotary John A. the battle of Lexington, fought in 1776, when this country threw off Martin. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. the shackles of England. Sergoant-at-Arm- s Martin Sheo han. LENTEN DRAMA. Sentinel Thomas Noone. Tho first performance of "Pilate's Daughter" will bo given by the DIVISION 4. members of tho Holy Rosary Alum- Meets second and fourth Mondays auditorium, nae at tho academy Bertraad Hall, Sixth street. Fourth and Park avenue, noxt FriPresident John J. Barry. day evening. This Is the first of Vico President Mark J. Ryan. four performances of this Lenten Lawrence drama, tho other dates being Sun- D. Recording Secretary Meany. day, April 13, and Monday, April Financial Secretary Thomas J. 16. A matlneo will bo given on Hale Sunday, April 11, at 2 o'clock. Ad- Langan, 2114 John F.avenue. Treasurer Burke. cents. mission thlrty-Jlv- e fifty-four1818-182th BOTH PHONES 810. Brod-eric- tWWEWbWVVWWWWVWVVVfrVfcVWfrtVtWWWW CUMBERLAND MAIN 371.y BOHEPHOMK88 ffeeeteeteeafMf J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. Sorgeant-at-Arm- s CARNIVAL OF NATIONS. nelly. Patrick Con H0K'tHtMtttfrHtO4tlj DOUGHERTY& t 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, twwvvivvw4vtvtwSi &tf& 33a1: Adfeilxx wtreet. Sentinel M. J. McDermott. SERVICE. Arrangements nr under way for the carnival of nations to be held at St. Cecilia's school hall on Monday and Tuesday, April 28 and 29. Sunday dinner and supper will be and served on tho supper will bo served ""both evenings. Among tho articles to bo disposed of during the entertainment aro included a dining room suite composed of buffet, table and chairs, a kitchen cabinet and electric portable. Tho committees are working hard and Indications aro that the carnival will bo the largest event In Tecent years. LENTEN L McEMOlT Funeral Directors and .Edibalmte&l BOTH 1 I tnitwHmKimniiMmtmiiiHuii)MnnM COAL CO: QXJJklX'TY KIriOD cah. High Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coal PER TON. u. OUR LUMBER IS GOOD LUMBER & jEMfcEr O. jok:k OO. Our Stock Sells For Business Success Is Yours Iels-ur- $1.00 Per Share LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK RITA PETROLEUM COMPANY our-mlssi- on (arrelrifaoers (p. 953-5- THE LADIES ! - PHONES Walnut Straw Works . i Oj jCKciMJOsrsr ijsmjsis: ajmobjmuioajc- - RVG AND CARPET CLEANING We sterilize very rug, therby lulling all disease germs that might have been .J,brought into your home by the shoes. The Swiss methods protect the health of your home. We dye in one pie'ceyour rugs or carpets. Remember the Swiss Service Satisfies. ! - g easy. We clean your rugs through The Swiss way makes your and through, and while they are going through the cleaning process they are not by coming into contact with rugs from unsanitary homes. house-cleanincon-atminat- ed Repairing of Rugs and Carpets our specialty. Swiss Cleaners INCORPORATED Dyers Plant: PHONES 2207 DOLUS 909-91- 5 We Ooerate Seven BranchesPHONES 2207Office: Hibernians: 617 South Fourth South Sixth St. LETTER FROM PARIS ISLAND. Kentucky Irish American. Paris, Island, S. C, March 25, 1919 Dear Friends: It has been some little tlmo now since I'vo read a copy of our Kentucky Irish American, but do not think It, will be so very long now before I'll be back on tho job in my dear old Kentucky home. I will say that I am having a pretty good tlmo in splto of all that Undo Sam has been doing to keep us busy, and when I say busy I mean busy,s for us Marines have been kept on tho jump. I have been in hopes of getting back to Kentucky in time for the opening Wo of tho Twin City League. havo been having some very interesting ball games here on Sundays Tho hardest work that we havo had for a while was tho riflo range. That wouldn't havo been so hard if there had been room for us at tho main camp, but olnco tho main camp was full up it was up to us to stay whoro we were, and that meant getting up at 4 o'clock, breakfasting and then hiking seven miles to tho range, and after a hard day's work hiking it back again to camp. We worked three weeks beforo shooting for record. Nearly all of our company camo out pretty well. I was inado a sharpshooter, I am glad to say. I mustn't forget to tell you about our beautiful mass In tho onen. It took place on tho K. of C. porch, tho building not having we an Knelt on been completed, the ground and nearly all the boys went to holy communion, and I wan to say it was tho grandest te"t 1. ovcr yitnuesscd. It makes tO hO One of thf HIO fOOl prOUd gang. EYcry bit of as many as hair of the hoys-o- n tho island are Catholics, 1 think. Wo euro do appre ciate tho Jinights of Columbua-her- e KNIGHTS OF Ll.BAcraasgH We Qive and Redeem Surety Coupons. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. -- Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Herman r rouBTH Avemie Straus sons icafaArco market J stbkt We diva and Redeem Gold Trading: Stamp. ; Iowa has fifty-tw- o councils. From all indications tho initiation at Little Rock on April 27 will be a grand affair. California Council of San Francisco exemplified the, two major degrees last Sunday for a class of about 100. Busy Mothers Will Sate Time by Purchasing the Lovely Last Sunday thero was a big InLittle Garments Displayed Here. 7 he itiation at Council Bluffs, and anPrices Are Moderate, THEY WILL DELIGHT YOU. other large class will receive tho degrees in tho near future. some COATS AND CAPES; shown in cassimero and Bedford cord, Last Sunday morning Archbishop Division 4. having embroidered designs and others having scalloped edges; Hanna addressed tho members of displays. both lone and short coats aro Included in tho to Manager Walter Murphy predicts California when they received holy $18 $10.08 that the Hibernian ball team will Prices . . . communion in a body at St. Agnes romp away with the Twin City - in casluucro and A showing of the newest 'and most distinctive AND SACQUES; tlieso areNIGHTINGALES church. ponnant. League crepella, finished with scalloped and crocheted edges. Indiana councils are lining up 08c to spring modes. Prices . County President John Hennessy strong for the million membership requests members to make returns campaign. Indianapolis Council has Spring styles in Wool Batiste. HATS AND CAPS; lingerie hais and caps; in crepe do chino and Immediately for the St. Patrick's a largo class for tomorrow, and poplin, fashioned in tho daintiest little models we could find. Fancy Ores Silk Fabrics in all desirable shades. soon after Easter Fort Wayno will day celobration. 00c to 0.18 Prices advanco to over 1,500. Tom Langan, the expert of Hawaiian Cloth and Dress Voyles. LONG DRESSES; of nainsook and voile, prettily trimmed with laco Union Council of Syracuse plans is now living on a patriotic 08c to $5.08 and embroidery. Prices tho erection of a $300,000 building ctreet Halo avenue, rechristoned In All the new models and styles known in on its property on tho cornor of SHORT DRESSES; of nainsook and batiste; with tho daintiest honor of tho army General. James and North Stato streets that trimmings of lace and embroidery; Sizes 6 months to 2 years. San Francisco has arrangements 08c to $3.-1will be tho Catholic conter ifor that Prices well under way for tho greatest reji city. ception ever given a national con flanrielletto; prettily trimmed with INFANTS' KIMONOS; of soft With 3,600 members in the servor tho Ancient oruer. .30c edge. Special prlco vention a pink or blue crocheted ice, Iowa Knights made a record Women's Fine Footwear in all the latest styles. It ls.safo to say that those who dainty embroidery or h This was about LONG PETTICOATS; of fino nainsook with of tho have the good fortune to attend the .70c to $1.08 . . . , f. Spring sale of Men's Light-weigi. entiro membership in that State. Union Suits. laco trimmings. Prices national convention next July will Many of them now sleep beneath and soft BABY GERTRUDE rETTICOATS; made of fino nainsook havo a time never to be forgotten tho sod of Picardy and Flanders. 40o to $1.08 outing flannel. Prices Many aro suggesting that the Bluegrass Council at Lexington reFOOTWEAR; jsoft, comfortable liltlo shoes in white, BABIES' County oBoard have its annual conferred tho third degrcQ on a J aoc ana 7c y- this Prices kwk union and celebration earl. 11 and 1 H6Tul Icntfw what wo would class or seventy last Sunday, ... The X i i t uu ouweui at popular prices. Z X year and thus avoid tho extremely do without them. Hoping to bo Knights thero are planning a mem- - $ " " " For Babies' Use fAlso Every Other Article Needed warm weather. with you all soon again and asking bershlp campaign that will bring y yyw viT Returning members who havo to bo remembered "to each and number over the 1,000 been over with tho Amorlcan Ex- eryone of my friends in Old Ken- before next January, peditionary Forces aro everywhere tucky and with all good wishes, I Tho initiation at Bardstown, postponed because of tho influenza epiattending and making interesting nm yours verv sincerely. HENRY B. SOHENE, Inter-Southe- rn demic, will take place tomorrow. division meetings by the story of tho homo iS Co. 455, Bat. D, The degree work will be exemplified Where JaSBBBBBBSBBffl Where work is quickly their experiences. brightest ; done; by a team from Ludlow and tho tho history of the war If When JAMES R. DUPPIN, President. HOLD AND BUT MORE. class will be the largest over in Whero the work is il Whero cooking seems will be found that tho written it itiated into Bardstown council lightest; real fan; Hibernians contributed as large a LOUISVILLE, iar. The Most Rov. Archbishop John percentage of men and monoy as medium-sizeWhero tho meal ts Whero baking gives deWhy not take an agency for a conservatively managed, BACK TO STAY. J. Glennon, of St. Louis, made an any other fraternal organization. light; cooked best; Lenten ad clean, progressive company, whoso treatment of agents and Though not in tho spotlight they did appeal in his noon-da- y dress at St. John's church for tho Col. Matt J. Winn, Vice Preslden: Whoro tho rango stands vi Whoro drudge is out of It I policyholders ana wuoso sumaing nnu courtesies iviiu tui vi uio effective work. man anu woman or moderate moans and General Manager or the Ken tho test sight Americas Llfo Insnranco Companies givo it a position of tho very to hold on to their Liberty bonds tucky Jockey Club, returned from That's whero That's whero tho CAN'T BE BEAT. the , , inaLiiAlWLil& highest rank? and to buy more of them. Cincinnati, where he has been "Quick Meal" comes "Quick Meal" comes "To those of you who have Lib- - straightening out matters at the In. D. Mooro Tobacco The CAPITAL, RESERVE AND SURPLUS FOR PROTEC Company John breaking records daily erty bonds," ho said, "I say hold- Latonla track. Since leaving hore In. is Quick Meal Gas RkS Sold, Installed and Highly Recommended Inthorn; they are tho safest several weeks ago Col. Winn has Hawk with its TION OF POLICYHOLDERS MORE THAN $4,500,000 Is made fine War tobacco twist, which to o grows and vestment you can make. Be thrifty, been in New York, where ho where bonds, as Manacor and buy has the genuine mellow, warm Tho security Is more Liberty tho in- - dered his resignation Laurel Deposit with tho State of Kentucky under the MARKET ST. absolute and of the Empire City, and Compulsory Deposit Law moro than $4,600,000. flavor that gets at the cockles of terest fair and just. Don't let the Juarez tracks. At tho Insistence of your heart and keeps you wanting promoter persuade you to Excess deposit over all requirements $1,000,000, sell your the stockholders of those plants ho more daily. It has tho smell of or 20 per cent, more than the law requires. bonds to the sunny fields and good red Liberty of doubtfulInvest In some agreed to remain on the three diHowever, ho informed merit even If rectorates. "r sood, 'clean agency contracts with renewal commissions, bo earth, and either for a smoko or a schemo tnat you may build up a bUBlnoss of your own and have an Independlarger Interest." does them that he would bo able to give chew it can not bo surpassed. This it Ninety-nin- promise per cent, of e ent permanent Income, address the Homo Offlco of the Company. the but slight those attention to company also the manufactures offered Leaf schemesflowing oilby the man who courses. "My heart is in the sport Mooro's Kentucky famous INTER-SOUTHER- N INCORPORATED LIFE INSURANCE CO. wells and rich offers brand of smoking and chewing to mines as an Investment, the Arch- in Kentucky," he told them. bacco, whllo their famous O. K. and City oic QIC Guthrie St. LOUISVILLE, KY. bishop said, aro total losses. ArchPUBLIC SPIRITED FH13I. DID Spend B1J. Maia Old Blue Ribbon twists havo been on bishop Glennon has been one of tho the market for forty years and strong supporters of all Govern- NAME, WHERE FROM. PER TON. of spring the With tho have certainly stood the test of time ment calls during the war, his In- - pest of bugs adventroaches becomes and "Taylor" . Western Ky. and use gloriously and long. Those fluence and decided stand going far almost unbearable in many homes, $5 brands aro kept on sale by all live 6 75. . . "Harlan" .Black Beauty Chem but the wires among our merchants, and toward helping St. Louis make its- leal now that has Louisvlllo remedy Company the best "Pioneer" 7.10. . . . . . Straight Creek 2 -2 Lbs. For 90c tho guarantee of John D. Moore record in Liberty bond subscrlp- - for these evils, housekeepers need Tobacco Company Is behind every tlons. Liberty bonds and Govern- ' "Jellico Wilton Mines 7.10 of warm ment securities of various kinds not fear the coming x xxewx rox its rnra our twist sold. a c orris havo been pushed systematically In weather. This remedy has been on QT7AXXTX. all Catholic chiirches of the arch tho market for more than fifteen DEATH A SHOCK. n of St. Louis, several years and Is conceded to bo absodioceso DOMESTIC STEAM o Infallible and unrivalled. O'Connell, aged sixty- - churches having tho record of hav- lutely Thomas J. Importer ind Roaster of High Grada Coffee, Sold Not a little of the success of this and ing put a Liberty bond In each fam four, an asphalt contractor Direct to Consumer. business Is duo JAS. I. GRADY, Sites Agent JAS. 1. McTIGHE, Sales Apmt former foreman under tho Board of ily of theof parish. Aside from the sonal popularity tho ability and perTJZSTZUJS, XT. 212 W. ItAJUORT ST. Bon patriotism and loyalty of President R. A. WATSON, Manger X Public Works, met with sudden and question Return this advertisement with remittance and we unexpected death Saturday morning to tho Government and need for tho Gregory, who Is widely known K. I. A will ship Coffee by Parcel Post, all charges prepaid. from and debts, heart disease. Ho was final settlement of war purchaso tho throughoutas the city tho Stato and one of of regarded stricken while walking from his Archbishop sees in the good, sound spirited citizens wo have. most public Mr. WINS HOUSS TEX PHIL. HOLLXNBAOB OO HOLLENBAOH'S homo, 318 Stili avenue, to tho resi- Victory Liberty loans a proposition, which adds to ory has done his part in promoting dence of his daughter, Mrs. B. D. Karl A. Hollenbach, Prop. Munsch, only a short dlstanco away, the character and financial standing , tho industries or city ana state, INCORPORATED and takes a personal pride in his and died within a few minutes of the people. 7eal for tho public good. Importer and Dealer in after being carried Into tho drug Dlitlllsm Of FRH3NDS REJOICE. store at Frankfort and Stllz ave TWO-PIEC- E JEFFERSONVILLE. AND LIQUORS WDNES nue. Deceased was a rospectea resiFORTUNA SOUR MAKH OL of the Very Rov. Tho friends SUITS dent of Clifton nad member of St. "HOLLKNBAOH" PUKB RYB 144 South. Third Street THREE-PIEC- E Frances of Rome church, where the Father Westermann, pastor of St. of Mr. and Mrs. James B. Bohorty, Jeffersonvllle, received Lo1t1I1, Ky Home Phone 1191 letter funeral services were held Monday Mary's church, Eighth and Cedar, Tuesday from their son, aPrivate MS W. Maia St. are rejoiced over his return to his SUITS morning, Rev. Father Riley tho requiem high mass. Sur congregation, after an Illness of Raymond Doherty, who still Is In WE ARK RESPONSIBLE. viving him are five sons, two daugh several weeks at St. Joseph's In- a hospital overseas suffering from BEST SERVICE IN TOB CITY. firmary. Though not yet fully re- a wounded knee. He sustained this ters, one brother and two sisters. covered, it is hoped he will soon be at the battle of Argonno Forest, Ocable to resume his pastoral duties. tober 10. By stages he was transPOPE'S ATO ASKED. During his illness priests from St. ferred from point to point until he INCORPORATED From Copenhagen the Associated Anthony's church havo been minis- finally arrived at Brest. Tho lotter, Both Phones 2635. 421 W. Chestnut St. Press has cabled that tho Cologne tering to the spiritual wants of tho which was written March 17, says he does not know when he will bo Volks Zeltung reproduces an auto- congregation. permitted to sail for the United graph reply of Popo Benedict to a States. His Injury is such that It K request of Cardinal von MOVING AND STORAGE. Hartman, t Archbishop of Cologne, that the MADS IN LOUISVILLE. Is feared he will be crippled for t During the spring season, when life. t Pontiff intervene to secure the ro- leaso of German prlsosors of war. most of the moving Is done, It is NEW ALBANY. Tho Popo, in his reply, is quoted as well to know whero to go to find e R.ivntr ho flnnanltfld with an "er- - a reliable firm for moving your R. J. Butler, of Hoboken, N. J., personage." The Berlin Lokal household goods, furniture packing '., lalted rofprrlnp to tlifi r.nrro- - Or ShlDDlHC. A. Arnold & Sons, TO and F. Emhoff. of New York, were and innnlsn,a naultmno flint Tm "ov. CfiUtlV HlOVOd tO larEO and SDlOndld guests this week of1 Misses Kate D.ilr IS EXTRA GOOD. "5 nifo,i iinranniiM" Main .Mayme Russell, 1 1 R 'Rant to Pratinnf wii- - new fiuartors at 425 West TRY IT. t onn nA . tim Prmn hniintroa thj street, are ejcDerts In this business 'street. Now Albany, fr Tlllflftl" ts BUY IT. personage "entirely SMILES. shares our and all nelp employed by them Is the father of the Rev. Justin But . ; wishes and Is Inclined to suDnort the beet and most rename to oe . ier, iormony oi Mt. St. Francis York Just i MAGIC-KELLE- R them." There is llttlo doubt that had. Thy attend to all local or College, who died In Now of sailing tho eve ; much of the foregoing is purely con- - long dMimce moving with motor as he was onKnights t of Columbus , km o uinuiuu; overseas as a INCORPORATED k jecturai, not navmg any connrma-- 1 k m".c chaplain. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA)UAAAAAAAAAAAAA uirnisKea.' j.re ui cusi. tlon. s I ! Infants' Wear Sale t Dave Rellly, who was on the sick list, is now able to be around. Division 3 met last evening and heard flattering reports of tho ball team's prospects. Our Ladies' Auxiliary Is rounding out a very successful year. In some respects they lead our two men's divisions. Former County Secretary Dan O'Keofe has returned from Franco and will bo at the next meeting of SEE OUR Easter Offers LADIES' EASTER SUITS -- S1-0- 8 i , Artistic Spring Millinery ht i one-fift- .. ....,. fafti89a8t0' d, ev-th- olr Life Insurance Co. Men's Silk Shirts t v?iy ,,... r........,.....,-,,.,.,..- , wT.T...T.,w,.T...T.......jmim Where the Quick Meal Comes In aeg775jfeiB lilsi ten-sav- tltlltK BYRNE & SPEED COAL CO. 90... 44444 . Ct oUIN, w. Mulloy's New Blend Coffee 1- J tkat JOHDST M. MXJrOY - COAL 4S4,,4vv4S4S Greg-busine- ss MEN TRY US $1.25 $1.50 -- celo-bratl- Puis Cleaning and Dyeing Co. BE SURE TO CALL FOR WVyyV3 fflf B3 BY m k:. SOAP " jpjT3S McKENNA WHISKY - I IT IS ALWAYS PURE. - SOAP WORKS H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky.! ;UAAfr i aa