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SEJIWCE PHWC: HOMC BROW'S TAXI M MAIN B AMERICAN kY, Hvery Driver an Escort Lcafsvillc Carriage Incorporated t Taxlcak t. M ?Si KSSKEEEEEEEiaiSSaaJfll VOLUME XLII.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SA1 Bryson, a widely Mrs. Anna known membor of St y"illlam's convocation, died Monday afternoon of heart disease at iher home, 1533 (' Ormsby avenue. She was-- f if years old and tho wife of Charles H. Having Men-'" Bryson. The funeral sorvices were QlliOtllH held Wednesday morning. ty-thr- ee o, APRIL 12, 1919. PRICE FIVE CENTS. the family circle which met In John T. Gibbons' beautiful home on Canal street on Tuesday morning to greet their illustrious relative. On Sunday he said mass at St. Joseph's church and his dally mass In the private chapel of the Gibbons home. Training Out- - Disabled Soldiers niul During his visit there were many Honors bestowed upon the ' Sailors For Many Useful prelate. IMPORTANT REPI m plug to On- - , Put ed ' Occupations. FLYERS ARE COMING. En- - I of National Catholic War Council ters Agreement "With Federal Board. Dave Taken Over One of tlio-- Build- ings of tho Catholic versity Uni- NOT. TO BECOME 'DEPENDENTS. All tho countries engaged in the war are making every effort to fit their wounded soldiers for useful occupations. For England with Its 2,037,325 wounded men, and for France with its 2,675,000, this problem is very serious. For theso of their countries the retaining wounded soldiers means tho saving cent, of their already deof 5 per pleted man power, not to speak of tho vast sums which would other wise be expended for pensions. In the United States tho problem o retaining wounded men, while not so serious as in England and Franco, is very important, for it means the preventing of 192,000 young men in the prime of life becoming dependents on their friends or on the public. The United States Government has made ample provision for tho rehablltatlon of its wounded sol diers. Congress has confided this work to tho Federal Board for Vocational Education. Tho board is authorized to place wounded men In schools and colleges and have them educated dt Government expense. Tho Federal Board is having little difficulty with men who have hhd a High School or college- training before entering tho army. (Hundreds of .schoolsland colleges have offered their services to the board for tho training of these men. It is with the men who have no High School training and who constitute moro thin 80 per cent, of the wounded mon that the greatest difficulty Is being experienced. For some months past the Catholic', aya); Council 'Tjp.fi been Btudyingways- - andVmeans --of meeting this problem. An agreement has finally been entered Into with the Federal Board for Vocational Education for the establishment of a school for the training sailors and of disabled soldiers, marines in connection with tho Catholic University of America. One of tho university buildings has boon taken over by the council and made for the use of the machine and electrical shops. In addition to tho equipment of tho various engineering departments of the university the National Catholic War Council will provide facilities tor training in automobile mechanics, carpentry, plumbing and the commercial branches. Before taking up the regular trade work the men will bo given fundamental training reading In mathematics, blue-priand freehand drawing. After they have taken the fundamental training they will be free to select the trades for which they are best adapted. Tho wounded men to be trained at the Catholic University will be drawn from the States of PennsylWest Virginia, vania, Delaware, Maryland and tho District of Columdevelops tho bia. As tho Bchool Federal Board for Vocational Education expects to send men from New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. While In training 'tho wounded jnen will be under tho supervision of the Federal Board for Vocational Education arid the National Catholic War Council. All persons desiring to have programme copies of the Bishops pamphlets or other reconstruction published by the National Catholic War Council should write to Rev. Mgr. M. J. Splaine, D. D., Chairman, or Rev. John O'Grady, Secretary of the Committee on Reconstruction, 930 Fourteonth street, N. W., Washington, D. C. Na-Uon- al. nt tho greatest flying programmp uuiwu oiuico nun vur itiiuwn, be offered in connection with the Victory Liberty Loan campaign, is to visit the Eighth Federal Reserve" dictrict and give some wonderful demonstrations of the flying art as aoveiopea over the battlefields of Europe at four of our leading cities. Tho flyers who will take part are made up of the most daring hero36 of the war from tho air service of America, Great Britain and France, specially chosen by their Governments for this service In the Victory Loan campaign. Just when the squadron will appear at Louisville has not vet been mnrln Iranttn Th. general programme to bo followed in eacn city visitea will be as follows: Two American scout plane3 Will rise to flrnn Vlrtnrv .T.nnn lit. erature over tho city. Four German pianos are to attack these two American nlanen In thn nir Vmn. American nlnnei will fhon .lrlvn .iir the "German planes and the flyera will give demonstrations of aerial acrobatics. Citizens will be able to sea the planes unloaded and set up in the morning and 'knocked down ior snipment alter tno Hignts. One of tho ereal flvlnc clrrnanci '" to Monday morning the funeial of was Eugene Totten, aged fifty-twheld from Sacred Heart church, when many friends ald their, tri- Papers Ailing bute to his memory. Deceased leaves . Find Fori his wife, Nellie Totten, 813 South Eighteenth street, and a .son. to G whom ho had been a beloved husband and indulgent father.' Strifes Will Iirield in . THREATEN ALL SCHOOLS. The attempt to Prussianize our American 'schools will meet with public opposition in proportion as men realize tho nature of the pro posed enactments of obsolete Teu tonic statecraft, that shrewd poli ticians and powerful lobbyists would impose upon tho nation hy such measures as the Smith bill. On thU subject th'6 Cincinnati Enquirer .recently said on its editorial page: "Under the guise of nationalizing tho public school system of the United States efforts are being made to introduce thr6ugh a Congressional enactment precisely the system that the Prussian autocrats utilized a half century ago. It Is propose'd to direct curricula and training 6f teachers from the banks of tho Po tomac anu to place in the President's Cabinet a Secretary of Public Education. There are proffered to flriancially weak States and districts subventions from the' public treasury. An end, and a sudden end, should be put to" theso ma chinations. it is d .cardinal principle 'thaWontrol df'ca'UeatloVshbuld boflrJIe. " Vast DB'kent close to-t-he: indeed was tho concession of the' family to the State when authority over tho teaching of the child was surrendered in part. As a compensation the voters were clothed with power to choose tho educators and supervise the curriculum, and they have guarded it with commendable jealousy. To forego this privilege of controlling tho throttle and to relinquish it to Federal offi cials miles away and under politi cal Influence is unthinkable. If the proponents of this plan desire only n to assist tho schools, as they profess, this can be done without addfng to tho relief legislation the dangerous right of declaring how the money shall be spent ana ior wnat onus. Federalization of education is a serpent that ought to be scotched and then slain." The methods that we are urged to adopt were already arousing dissatisfaction and anxiety In Germany years before they contributed so materially to ward the universal disaster of the world war. poverty-strickewell-found- QUEEN'S DAUGHTERS. At the April meeting of the Quoen's Daughters, held Friday afternoon at tho Knights of Colum bus Hall, officers for the ensuing year were elected as follows: President Mrs. E. S. Monohan. Vice Presidents Mrs. J. C Murphy, Mrs. J. B. Arbegust and Mrs. J. II Buschemeyer. Recording Secretary 'Mrs. John M. Dewberry. Coiiespondlng Mls3 Elizabeth Sautor D. Mrs. Thomas Clines, Mrs. Georgo Burkley and Miss Eleandr Harris. Katie Collins. Secretary Miss Treasurer Directors CARDINAL WELCOMED. MAKES ORPHANS HAPPY. Cardinal Gibbons has been spending ten days in New Orleans, his annual visit to his brother and sister, a visit always looked forward to with the greatest pleasure by his family and by tho Catholics of tho tho CreBcent City. Were he not Illustrious prelate he is, still would ho be welcome, for ever in the heart of New Orleans Is a warm spot for the noble boy who wont from his childhood home in that cit,y more than six decades ago to take hla rank then among tho humble priests of the church which has 30 signally honored him; very dear to the city's heart is the Gibbons family, as represented by John T. Gibbons, the Cardinal's only brother, between whom and His Eminence there has always existed the most beautiful and tender devotion. Then there is His Eminence's venerable elder sister, Miss Margaret Gibbons, year, still now in her' ninetieth strong and active, a daily attendant at mass at St Joseph's church, in family which parish the Gibbons There are havo always resided. also nieces and nephews, grown lo manhood and womanhood, the children of HIb Eminence's brother and of his beloved sisters, now deceased, the late Mrs. George Swarbrlck and Mrs. Ford. All of these, born and reared In New Orleans,' where tho for Gibbons family have resided years, formed wlt'i over sixty-fiv- e bis little grandnophewa and niecas News that Louisville Council, Knights of Columbus, has decided to have a day each year for the little ones of tho St. Vincent, St. Thomas and St. Joseph Orphan Homes, to be known as "Knights of Columbus day," has created a feeling of much joy among the Sisters and their orphan charges. The details are being worked out, but it 13 already positive that the orphans and Sisters in charge of tho threo orphanages will be brought together each year alternately as the guests of the Knights of Colum bus. HOME NEXT WEEK. Rev. Father Alphonsus, C. P.. reotor of Sacred Heart Retreat, and "Rov. Father Rogor Aull. C. P., vjill return noxt week from Kansas jCity. where they opened a week's mission They will assist at last Sunday tho Joyful Easter services Sacred Heart Retreat next Sunday, a day the Passlonists celebrate with pomp and splendor. at-the CANONIZED. Pope Benedict and all the high dignitaries of the Catholic church participated Sunday at the Vatican at. the ceremony of the canonization pf Joan of Arc Among 'those present wore Admiral Robert S. Griffin I wad other officers of the Americas navy. Many friends were deeply grieved Nc I By Reformers when they learned that Cecilia Extra Taxes to Pny'FoJSl wife of Reardon Quire, beloved nollshed William D. Quire, 7,28 South Twenty-ei.tare ai us. street, had been taken from this life. Her funeral took place Sunday afternoon ifrom Holy Cross church. Rev. Father Bioy conducting tho solemn obsequi&s. MEAT INSPECTS JOAUSKS ROW. Rome church lost St. Frances of a highly esteemed member by the death of Mrs. Stella Flanagan Tho Louisville Hlferald, the organ Webb beloved wifo of Jqseph R. Webb. 162 Vernon avenue, which of the RepublicaH f machine, and brought sorrow to her many fi lends the Courler-Jouand Times, tho Her funeral near Republican o 'gans and boostand acquaintances. ers of Hert and m r Mayor Smith, took place Sunday afternoon. Rev Father Riley conducting the serv- have been devotlnj JUmlte a deal of space recently to,J he situation in ices. the Democratic pafrty. Tho public Sunday nigh't William J. Seay. is told daily that Cfcerry was bluffed a well known machinist and mem- into withdrawing from the Govber of Sacred JHeart church, died ernor's race; thatSBaly is not satisat his home, 1901 Maplo street. He fied with tho ca?jildates for Gov is survived by his wife, Catherine ernor; that GpVf,ajanley and Lieut. Boylo Seay, to whom many friends uov. iiiacK are atjioggerheads, etc.. tender their sympathy. The funeral otc. But strangallto say, nono of was held Tuesday morning, when tho political writers havo oven Rev. Father Walsh celebrated tho hinted at tho aw: storm brewing requiem mass. in the Ropubll anks, caused by entry of Wilj m Warley. the the Monday Alice colored newspaper editor, into afternoon Mrs the Green, beloved wife of William rare for the Republican Legislative Green. 1901 Griffiths avenue, was nomination in thoj Tenth Ward, this called into heavonlr rest, leaving city, and In whiih district many friends who mourn her death. negroes comprise 70 per cent, the of funeral was held Wednesday the voters. Thol Kentucky Irish Her morning from St. Cecilia's church. American was jHe first paper In n years Kentucky to comadent on urs. Green was Warley's old and before hor marriage was candidacy and itslffect on tho ReMiss Alice Dudley. publican partyj,.fsnd the press The passing of Miss Katie Mc- - throughout tho Stale has taken nosupplementedfey & comment In Grath, daughter of tho late James tice, Cincinnati EruRiirer. Following and Johanna sicuratn, is oeing tho smashed-Up- , two pieces morning by tho Right Rev. John J. they are wedded chine announcement mourned by her many frionds and the first tho Republican it was given of filre was motor apparatus crashed to- - O'Connor, Bishop of Newark, and commemoration of Thursdav is the out by leaders that was a Warley's candidacyt the establish Miss McGratn relatives. would be liko gether, injuring two veteran firemen the preacher was Msgr. John P. ment of tho Blessed Eucharist native of this citv and had been tha't ofj others Ai No Chldwick, Dunwoodio, and chaplain '8i,e thinks of this memorial of' lov ;aiiL tho past ho and damaging tho apparatus. making her home with her sister, would be sllppedjfgrfew dollars to wonder Mayor "More Funds" says of the battleship Maine when the the smile of divine joy ights up aveMrs James Welch. 1017 Baxter withdraw or runiJSSrphony" race in we need something like a million or vessel was blown up in Havana liar- - the tears of the church For a mo nue Her' funeral Mas held Thurs- favor-o- f the whUj?)RepubHcan can- two million dollars for motor ap- - bor. Saturday morning the Pontifi- - mont the organ peals out and th.i day morning from St. Brigld's .. didate. But they3He.ckoned w)tnduf i..tua, ..v mo awoivuvio u.udo wcicu.uvvu ij DeUB rlH2. church with requiem high mass. Tften nil ta sllont Tho uieir uoso ai iuiering or col- l break it up as rapidly as It's pur- - bishop Giovanni Bonzano, of Wash- - altars aro stripped, the liehts b Incidentally it must bo ington, D. C, the Apostolic Dole- tinguished; only in a side chapel is ored ministers.j fcHkhnre and thi chased. Tuesday morning with, requiem ' ta, .""v mbexedjnearly allthe present gate. The preacher was Right Rev. watch and ward kept by loving high, moss tho funeral of Miss Anna nest or the col Tllnlinn T ;T I. Tn irf f nt TTfttH hcartsv over the Prisoner of 'Love. nvi.'&.'hnlfViW'antlirv'ri decided ta bai 'nfnnn Cn' IwllttiA-oHmftn.ey., ae& bjircOnESundayytho-ost-ReY- .. iMttia- - jutiiiTuuiiiQiiiitr.v ntll.ll S.AillL.Atl!lhMii Friday is Good Friday, truly a f vilitevilla. uuunr' '" rl'nTj'o'''(no.A Patrick j7iHnves."noW Archblshon 0f strange name for 'a "day tITat saw rm1l Schools, was s'hefdTfrom'TrSt. "Mary,5 ftflf1 n'tr tl1TTtV vaawv? .", um..i.j nuum out 6f the aDDfoDii aliens. appear- - tho ftlin fYrnur ?nr1r Talking of the fire depaitmenV Now York, made his first A 'Magdalene church, or which she was n trlrlni last Saturday nieht neonle at a fire a devoted member. Surviving her Publican voters. MBhtenea i?irhXnlarClCoTfi .S M?. tn the rear Of Jefferson street, be nco two sisters, Mrs. A. McCollum, ""So much for tho city view of 1507 East Breckinridge, with whom the news filtered out to the tween Floyd and .Preston, had the Pontifical mass. The preacher was wIth "ineffable g00d for mankind. ev. JUiiii i. icii;iiuiao, TJle D 00(i of tne Tarnh nf .,, -- ,, she made her home, and Miss Alice Republicans in other sections a time of their lives watching the uiu ftiBU Brannan, and three nephews, one howl was raised by the friends of embryo fighters. Then some of the new Bishop of Duluth, Minn., for that day signed unon tho door nosts in merly pastor of the Dominican of tho House of Israel and the with the American army in Ger- Morrow and tho candidates, who "culled" folks with confidence many. have already been selected by the the "publican ministration" were Church of St. Catherine of Sienna, angel saw It and sheathed G. O. P. machine in advance of the dumbfounded when they had to be- New York City, and In charge of tho his sword. All that day the ohurch A death deeply regretted is that primary. Many of the kickers want gin anew saving their household National Holy Name Society. After- is bare and empty. Tho altar of reof Miss Irene Carroll, which oc- to know why Chesley Searcy, who effects about twenty minutes after ward he was called to Rome and pose is in darkness. curred early Monday morning at was (honored by being made State the arrival of tho fire department. appointed assistant to the Domini- and pictures are hidden. The images The crucithe home of her mother, Mrs. Diana Campaign Chairman, can't stop Those at Floyd and Market streets can Master General In Rome. Ho fix uncovered Oairoli, 100 West Broadway, fol- Warley, a fellow Republican, in his saw, for some reason or other, the was consecrated there and returne'd tho alone stands out do homage and people come to to lowing a long Illness. Besides her own town, and they further say fire engine stationed there suddenly here a few months ago. tho symbol of salvation and to kiss mother Miss Carroll Is survived by that if Searcy is not able to handle stop pumping and with the fire al 'he wounds of the Saviour. three sisters Misses Loretta and tho situation In Louisville what its height begin to move off. It PITTSBURGH VS. LOUISVILLE. Tho office of Saturday now celeHelen Carroll, and Sister Rose Do chance will he havo in managing was taken to the next corner. Aftei brated in the morning was forSt. Paul, of Savannah, Ga., and two the affairs of tho Republican part considerable delay with Keystoners Manager Pat Flaherty's Colonels merly celebrated Saturday night brothers, Emmet and Leo Carroll. throughout the State. Morrow's dragging a hose through the street will be given a tryout this after- and is really an Easter Office. Tho Her funeral took place with requiem monutain supporters, the backbone to tho now point of vantage, it was noon and tomorrow when they meet fi'iit is blessed because this was one mass at the Cathedral. National League o the days when baptism was adof tho G. O. P. out in the State, discovered that they had no fire key. the Pittsburgh are all loud In tholr kicks on To the surprise of all tho Saturday team, who are stopping here on ministered. Tho sacred fire and the CLOSING OF MISSION. Searcy and Heit for allowing the night shoppers on Jefferson street their way from a Southern spring Pascal candle, the emblems of the prosent firemen ran from one grocery, store tiip, and the local fans will be out and one At the With procession, sermon and said the situation,day; "How of thou to another asking for a monkey in large numbers to get a line on resurrection, In are hallowed. do you other the organ xceisis benediction the mission that has think the folks out in the State aro wrench or "something" with which our boys, ;;X Tlme Gloria DUSl- - neals once mom nml tho holla O Neal, A "Cap" the been in progress at St. Joseph's going to warm to turn on tho water. Pat .Flaherty out. The triad Rnintntinn "Aiioitii.. ness manager, and to a .W.U.I., . .v. 1. . n .. .. church will be brought to a solemn Ed Morrow and up niggerticket with j.nl.Mfl nAn ' I.J. rflLI. .... .1... uumiu ouuuc. 11I.A I uugiii .. provu u ...tlH. tuuiuiun- - I.. j.uf xju3 wa mo a candidate wiuuiiiK in tno Lord is Risen, resounds close tomoiTOW night Never has coupled together." Encouraged by um nrcuieu iiu suit useu ui uiu tlon this season, both being good Ithrnncrh ho fhnrnh Tho enr,,, r n more successful mission boon held fire- Judges of players, and with their week Is forgotten and death is In that parish, and the pastor and Warley's prospects for success, Dr. business end of the hose. Two a house men in the major swallowed un in victory. assistants are elated over the at- W T Merchant, a colored man, has which stood on the Toof of touched. past experience league will no doubt give Louisvillo had not announced for The custom of the faithful retendance at both morning and oven-In- g announcements Alderman, with other The house noxt yet been y door, a to follow. Realizing a pea nant contender. minds us that holy comunlon is our The mission was conservices. afire ho controls the balance of tenement, was only partly duty at this time. On Thursday in ducted by the Franciscans. Father that ladder. TWIN CITY LEAGUE. memory of the ineffable gift, on Andrew, from Peoria, and Father power In the 'Republican ranks tho .when they ascended the tl.. .f. C.A.ft An....An ...a rninilni more ' ClUUlt7 JUC&1UCD tYUlW VV44ll.Jllt!b UIU Sunday as a pledgo of tho resurErnest, from Lafayette, who"?e elo- colored brother is out for a M. Duffy, of rection. department at work. One was try President William quent and convincing sermons made substantial reward than janitorshipa This is the best way to ing to assure the other not to be the Twin City Baseball League, has commemorate the death and passion a lasting Impression. St. Josenh's and street cleaning sinecures goods we league for or our Lord, for it Is the way which called a meeting of the The announcement of Thomas S. afraid as his household congregation will be always ready next (Monday night at the Knights He instituted. While the thought uaea ior tne jjemocrauc nomination nuitr. to welcomo their return. "Niggah." he said, "that's the of Columbus home, when a date of what. He suffered for us Is still for Governor adds another and a most formidable entry to the pres- Republican fire departemnt. Watch will bo selected for the opening o? fresh In our minds wo should hasten FIRST VESTED CHOnt. the schedule to remembot Him as He wished. tho season and ent group of entries, and a big Im- them put out dat fire." For three minutes, five minutes, arranged, aix ciuds are ennaieu Lot the Eastor communion bo to Tomorrow morning a vested choir petus has been given his campaign ten and are now practicing Mackln an the promise of a new Hfo even of men and boys will be in the by the opinion of many well posted seven minutes, .then perhaps Knights of Columbus, ion earth and a happy resurrection sanctuary of St. Boniface church leaders, who say that he Is the minutejr or even longer, the two Council, and sing the solemn chant for tho logical man to lead the party, to fireinei stood on the roof of one Ancient uruer 01 tnuuruiuua, 01.- 10 uro everlasting. high mass. This will be the first victory In November. Mr. Rhea en- house" with the nozzle In hand xavier s uonege, unamps ana cuiiThe houso, fornla being tho present roster. appearance of a vested choir in that deared himself to every Democrat shouting "water." RETREAT AT ST. TETERS. church. At tho evening service at in the State last fall by. his splendid partly ablaze, soon became a fiery Then tho house on which A spiritual retreat for men, young RECEIVED MANY MESSAGES. 7:30 o'clock the St. Boniface choir. handling of the Stanley campaign, furnace. one of the 'best in the city, will and throughout the State It was tho they were standing caught fire. Soon and old, will be conducted by Rev. on both sides and the The Most Rev. Austin Dowllng, Father Fridolln Stauble, O. M, C, render Spolrr's "Cavalry," the first central consensus of oninlon that It was afire at St. Peter's time this work has been given In tho Democratic party would do woln two firemen had to flee to tho lecently Installed as Archbishop of of Indianapolis, this city. Prof. Anthony Molengraft to reward and honor him for that ground. Tho water came too late St. Paul, was born in New York church. Seventeenth and Garland, years ago last Sunday. boginnlng Wednesday, April 23, and will direct the oratorio and Mrs. service. It Is gratifying to note to save three of the houses. As the City flfty-on- o Molengraft will be at the organ. that a clean, dignified campaign is firemen stood on the roof waiting Though there was no celebration ending on the following Sunday The oratorio will be repeated on being conducted by Messrs. Rhea, for tho water tho negro spokesman the Archbishop received messages evening. Tho retreat will bo undor exBlack and Carroll and that 'spirit for tho Smith administration Tuesday, April 15. and expressions of good will from the auspices of the various parish augurs Tvoll for party harmony and plained, "They's not so fast at fust, all over the United States. societies, which include tho Casino but jest watch when thoy gits Society. Knights of St. John. success in November. St. NEEDED IN FRANCE. started." The negro who was pa- BISHOP SILULVN DECORATED. Francis Society, Catholic Knights of The row between Alderman whose home (Dr. Baker IK the local tiently listening and and America, St. Vincent de Paul So- Tho latest word from the tire Blshop Thomas J. Shahan, rector clety and St. Joseph Orphan Society, has looked pretty safe at first finally readministration Louisvillo priests who went over- - Bolshevik! seas, contained In a letter from opened tho eyes of the public as to plied as he looked In terror: of the Catholic University at Wash-- j All men, Catholic and "Niggah, they may be a Republi- liigiou, uius ueuu uiuuu u uucvuiivi win uo wftuuiuu 111 iu uiu Borvices Father Francis Martin, is that they the loose methods adopted by the jes' gwlno of tho Legion or Honor by tne need not bo, expected home before "reform" administration In the in- can 'partment, but I'ee CATHOLIC WAR COUNCIL. "French Government. , Tho decoramidsummer. Thero Is now a spection and examination of meals to "get out my stove and bed." 'Publican 'partments" may be tion was conferred by Edouard do scarcity of chaplains, "and when the at tho stock yards; and packing Word was received hero this week division to which tho Americans are houses. Tho first step was th,e ap- some consolation to those drawing Billy, Deputy High 'French Commisthat tho Women's Activities branch attached is billeted for home our pointment by thenear Mayor of a tho rapidly growing salaries, but not sioner to tho United States. of the National Catholic War Coun priests are appointed to one fo the W. F. Kogers, and the City Hall to thoso wilio have beds and stoves cil would open offices in Louisville divisions held over. Those yet held press bureau, realizing that it was to save. Anyone can step nip In the O'DONNELL PRESIDENT. in the immediate future, the loca- In France aro Fathers Baxter, Mon- - a position thaii demanded the ap- - alley between Jefferson and Market nghan, Ronan, Thompson and 'Mat-- pointment of a veterinarian camouf- - and Floyd and Preston and see the At the annual election of the tlon of which will bo- announced dopart- - nhlnaco good work" of the fire laged Smith political 'appointment Trained workers from the Club soon. tin. Irish' Fellowshln by saying th "Dr," w. F. Rogers ment. Satin dav in the Hotel Sherman tho Washington headquarters aro ex- Routers is a butcher was seloct-were SPRItfG FESTIVAL. followlng elected: pected dally to Inaugurate the same officers TRINITY COUNCIL. r In a veterinary col- and was President, Joseph A. O'Donnell; plan of work undertaken In other e. toe Meraui do came Tho women of St. Joseph's con- lege in his Vice President, James M. Hawley; cities, and they will bo assisted by r, discussing the row Trinity "Council, Y. SI. L, selected Secretary, John K. Murphy; Treas- - one of our best known young gregation, East Washington street, so excited Alderman McCandless J. Robert Muhs aB Recording Secre- are making' elaborate preparation that it call William P. J. Hallev. l".css women, Miss Camllle DetorL. 11U Will JJUYG UllUlgo Ul UJU .DlircilU Fodlese. The only.tary to fill a vacancy In that office for tho season's first spring festival, "Doctor' P to be held on Easter Monday and safeguadr for the public Is to 'at the meeting Monday evening, and. BISHOP TURNER. A rest room will also bo Included. Tuesday. April 21 and 22. afternoon buy only U ed States Government at tho same time the opening gun of the memborahip campaign was articles of inspected and evening. Many Tuesday the Right Rev. 'William ARE DEMOCRATS ALL. . geUutf rid of the flied by Capt Schupp's team, which Turnor, who has Just been conse-- j Tb$ ? needlework and fancy articles havo applications, onair- - crated and installed as Bishop of A vefcMta been donated for distribution. Drew, who turned in eight Kelly, of Tho niesent Utah Legislature has the Spring Buffalo, celebrated his special and appealing feature will, enptioa by hard m James B. thetr were worn ?i Canlval Committee, reported that kirtMnv be the chicken supper to be served wont vow ninhnn Turner- was horn four women members, all of them Democrats. to fl.SO a each 'day from 5 to 8 o'clock", , the workers were very enthusiastic in Kilmallock, Ireland, . ghth ! m forty-seve- rapidly. Tho detective department over the La Fete do Paix, and the is now being overhauled. From one young ladles enrolled ns workers to four old police aro being let out wore given big support. President daily. Charges aro put against men V. K. Ecker announced that Trinfor trivial offenses, whilo tho ity had secured dates for moonI Courier-Journpublishes these ac- light excursions on June 13 and cusations against theso men with Juno 15. Palm Sunday Opens Commemoraout publishing a bit of defense. The ( only offense many of these- - men FOR PEACE FHIST. tions Which Culminate have committed is that of being on the police force for some time. on Easter. Cardinal Gibbons, who was In Hero is an examplo. Patrolmen New Orleans this past week on a Martin Connors and Arch Potter, visit to his brother, John T. Gibreal policemen, were fired by bons, believes the League of Nations Burlingame's board because of be- is secondary to tho signing of the Tenebrao on Wednesday and Friday ing a short distance off their boat. peace treaty, and should not bn Is Ficlghted With Good Tho men had gone a short way until peace has been flrmlv from their beat to make a purchase established. In a statement Just For Mankind. in a drug store, and this was given received hero he says: as an excuse to drop those Demo The peace treaty is todav tho crats But get the other ancle to biggest and most important task Officers Connors onl .confronting tho world this case. Once the Promlsn .r Life on Kiu th puuu.it it uvub iu niu iiuuii licubu iicaijr lias uut'u Slgneu, ineii of "smoketown," where more police the League of Nations or any other and Resurrection to Life murders and crimes have bean com- - proposition can be taken up. I am Everlasting. mltted than any other section of of tho belief that tho peace treaty the city, yet a few days previous to should como first and that the their dismissal they were detailed League of Nations should not Inter-o- ff thnt beat, tho most dangerous in fere with It, or In any way delay JUT1- - AT THIS TIME. llio city, to act ns guards at n ilnncc Its being signed. At present I am OUR in the Junior Onler Hnll on East not going to make a statement on Broadway, where liquor was flowing tho League of Nations, except to freely. Their orders came from say that speed should bo used by Apiil 13 Holy Week begins. Palm Capt. Helmcrdlnger, Neodless to yio Allies in getting the covenant say they were not called down or of peace signed. Every day's delay Sunday opens the series of com- tried by tho board for being off tho is serious, as it strengthens tho no- - memoratlons which n.iminn beat this time, nor was Capt. Helm- - ' sition of the enemy, since It gives Easter Sunday, jny ,s awlftlv SUC- erillncnr ronrlmnndivl for Iikiv nir him n nhanra in nob- fnr n ,lnlo,. ceeded by sorrow sorrow i unnn his part. A delay also makes for again turned intoand Joy. Palm Sunconfusion and a prolongation of tho day is the annual .... v;niei 01 me iveystones exercises negotiations anu may result in a flnv whnn ziitt T n..1 leturn of the AniAMH.i over the press, and to which at least , rejection of some of tho terms by umph into Jerusalem The mull" threo of the newspapers apparently the enemy. The reason I say that tude strewed their ca'rmentR in ho submit, thero are some things that, the signing of peace Is moro im- - way and cut down branches frori happen on the streets and of which portant than tho League of Nations the trees and cast them befoio Him tho public can't bo kept in ignor-- j Is because of the great unrest now He was the Son pom n auce. The action of Chief Petty ingoing on in Europe. Bolshevism is, in tho name of tho of David Lord Little putting on tho censorship caused a spreading in that country rapidly, the noisy crowd think then or iiiri tha newspapeiman to utter this sen- - and if peace Is signed this cquld be royal title which was to acknnwi tenco: "I seo Chief Petty is now stamped out. Therefore I urge a 'edge his kinshln: llttln hi.i th screening his comedy police." Catcn quick and speedy peace for tho en- - think of the bitter passion which the double meaning? Only a few lie world so that everything will .was to earn for Him the everlasting . nights ago the police of the Fifth IM Jill right.' lhnnnHn or the redeemed. On nosannas district broke to smithereens a perWednesday evening begin the Tene-bra- e fectly good police machine that OKLEIJRATING ANNIVERSARY. services. Theso are merely the only cost a thousand or moro dolAfatinn ,ini! Itinln nf thi .in.. lars of tho taxpayers' money. One The five hundredth anniversary of service which is never omitted at of the Republican organs In ox- - the death of St. Vincent Ferrer, ono'ny season. They plaining the accident said: "The po of the saints of the Dominican or- - from the fact thatderive their name they wore sung lice mcahine was following the ca dor, being observed with impressive in the night even as they are sung tracks and a wheel came off." ceremony in tho new Dominican still by tho monastic orders. Their Maybe if the burglars would stay Church of St. Vincent Ferrer. Lex- -, wonderful beauty and pathos are u h the car tracks the motormon po- - ington avenue and street, ' hanced by the matter the Iprhoivr might catch one or more. Going New York City. Tho opening PontI- -' tho lamentations of ofJeremy, lice the I HOLY WEEK al dls-curs- ed v, i . - I , en-i- Sixty-sixt- . .., "" . -- - ' t" -- n V ,!.!'. . J - 1 .0 I two-stor- 1.11V7 4 m i . , non-Cathol- . i busl-ure- , lrd um i forty-eight- h' it -- ii "Sta tj ICBWrTXJOJBCY . AJSWQBSIfcXOUXU KENTUCKY IRISH to he PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. MEM! 319-321 HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY ' DIVISION S. First and third 'Fridays, HibarotAB 1818-182Brod-eric- FWntd 0 Portland. Home, President Tim . O'Leary. Vice President Walter Murphy. Financial Secretary John 1850 Portland avenue. Publishers AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Ineorpotcl. KENTUCKY IRISH A. Recording Secretary John SINQLE COPY 5c Martin. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. Matter. Untered tho Loultvltle Pot tolflce ai Sergeant-at-Arm- s Martin Shee-bawX Second-CU- n Sochi and Moi.l Advancement of Irish Americans ind C.lnolles Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's Institute and Catholic Knights of America. k, fere Shkinc Out m WM n. iMrtss til Communications to tho KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, Wott Oroen St Sentinel Thomas Noone. CTgATmgNCJr LOUISVILLE, KY. MONOPOLY OF TKUTH. DIVISION 4. Meets second and fourth Monday. Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1919 outside world bo kept In the dark about this matter. Indeed It Is certain that It the enemy were to hear what has gone on behind the doors of the conference the enemy would Insist on a considerable paring down of tho dsmands ot the Allies. The President Is a very able man, but like most Americans no Is straightforward and talks to tho point, not around it, hence he (ls at a considerable dlsadavntage when dealing with the diplomats of the He can see, however, old world. y diplomats of what the Europe can not, namely that even day's delay in making peace is telling heavily againsf tho forces of law and order on the continent and that If tho negotiations be prolonged nothing can save Europe from Bolshevism. Tho greed of the Allies Is the one groat obstacle to ri speedy peace, antl' the President's hardest task, tve believe, is to keep reasonable within that green spoils-greed- D. Meany. President John J. Barry. Vice President Mark J. Ryan. Lawrence Recording Secretary Jml. "y . Lieut. Laurence K. Callahan, a of Judge R. W. Bingham and a member of the overseas service, was quoted In the four hero Monday In some pretty strong statements, and if this young society man's statements are trui then Undo Sam's service 1s cursed with many plain unvarnished liar in the navy and army. The young Lieutenant says "The British ah service was the best In the world. Any Ameilcan I have seen whp had been with the British any length of time came to like them immensely. Loads of American troops I have seen regretted when they were I moved away from the British. brand any statement of friction between the Americans and British a3 an absolute lie." There are hundreds and hundreds of our boys from overseas who give testimony directly opposite that ot our latest British booster, and we think that he Is playing it safer by calling their statements "absolute lies" in the press rather than telling any of them In person that (they ars Marines who fought lying. soldiers who Chateau Thierry, fought in the Argonno and sailors who served In English waters, havo told of the many brawls and fights between the Americans and English, and the riot in the London music hall because of the insult to Uncle Sam is proof sufficient of that friction. Our young society Lieutenant is entitled to his opinion about the "British this" and the "British that" being the best in the world, but when he attempts to contradict the statements of hundreds of other boys of the service as to the feeling between Americans and English the public is entitled to its opinion .13 to who is telling tho truth. nephew daily-paper- Financial Secretary Thomas J. Langan, 2114 Hale avenue. Treasurer John F. Burke. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Patrick Connelly. s Sentinel M. J. McDermott. SOCIETY. water, Fla., for an extended visit Gill Miss Minnie Oswald Is I Clear- ISHKBE -- at iyfeix 3& "r .uS sr ..) . . Miss Lucy Devino was last week tho guest or Mr. and Mrs. George at Shelbyvillo. A. C. MoCarthy was among the Loulsvllllans in Now York for a short stay at the Breslln. bounds. HAVING NO EFFECT. iting at Logansport, has returned to her home in Jeffersonville. Mrs Lewis Hillenmeyer, of Lex ington, wns here this week visiting her mother, Mrs. John Bain. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pooley, ot have been visiting relatives at North Vernon, Ind. Park-,View, Miss Gladvs Flrnn. who was vis ti Sate Investment bought our leases. And before we placed our stock on sale, we had found the exact location of the strata BY DRILLING. NOW we are sinking the first shaft for our first mill right where the strata is richest. There is no question but that we will An investment in the stock of the Louisville Mansfield Lead and Zinc Company is safe because it is in no sense speculative. Mrs. Nolan Dant had as visitors last week Mrs. James Mahoney and daughter. Mis3 Elizabeth Mahoney. you complain of your suf- of New Haven. When ferings remember those of youv Lieut. Jaine3 C. Ilngan, who was Redeemer, especially during tiie tho cuest of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Perry, hag returned to his homo next week. , In Bullitt county. SACRED CONCERT. Next Wednesday night at .Sk. J, Olty-- , the Jjruest soph's church, East Washington on Madison avenue. street, the Choral Club of that con- lln gregation will give- - a grand proCant, and Mrs. Hugh Campbell, a of Jeffersonville.' are visiting rela duction ot "Tho Redemption," sacred trlology, presenting the or- tives at Paris, Ky., and will remain iginal text and music by Charles there until they decide upon their Gounod. This will be a rare and location. high class musical treat, to which future public is invited, admission bethe Mrs. Bsttle Hagan and daughter, ing free. The club will bo assisted who were here to meet George L. by a number of tho leadipg- - singers Hasan, who had Just returnpd from of the. Palls Cities. France, have returned to their homo nt Now Haven. DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. Notlecd in. the New York comAnother well attended' and inter- mercial district the past week were esting meeting of Louisville Circle. E. E. Buchart, Edward Stern. J. C. Daughters of Isabella, was held Phelry, A. M. Ruter, R. McCallum Sunday afternoon at Knights of E. B. Monsch. Columbus Hall. It was announced and that the Daughters of Isabella would Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Weitzel have chaperono the performance of the announced tho engagement of their historic drama. 'IPilate's Daughter," daughter. Miss Rose Adele, to Will given by the. Holy Rosary Alumnao Jam F. Stockhoff. The date for the on Sunday evening, April 13. All wedding has not yet been set. members aTO urged to attend on this evening and onjoy an unusual treat, Lieut Roy E. FInnegan ns the piny Is said to be one of much F. First received an honorable dis A., merit. charge from the service last Friday at Camp Znchary Taylor and Is now IURDSTOWN. at his home on South Third street. An interesting and successful initiation at Bardstown last Sunday added many more members to the Knights of Columbus. The degree work was exemplified by the Donovan team and was of the highest order. Following tho ceremonies an elaborate banquet was served, with addresses by leading citizens of Bardstown and Nelson county. Grand Knight Thomas D. Clines, John A. Doyle and several of tha officers and members of Louisville Council were present to assist in the work. Mrs Lizzie Hatfield and sister. Miss Thfresa Kehoe, for several years residents of New Haven, arrived hec lpt week and will make for the Louisville their home The salaried speakers of the Pro-- y hibitionlsts woro fond of telling uS that when, prohibition camo thero would bo a big decrease in taxes, etc., because there would be no use for jails, asylums and like institutions. The daily records show that the Stafes that already have adopted prohibition are working overtime to catch bootleggers and smugglers, while dealers In liquor formulas are doing a landofflce business. On top of that the Prohibitionists are beginning to yelp because taxes are raised to offset the liquor revenues. Enslcn 'making Gresham Sackett. who is a tour around tho world. was in Rome the past week. Mrs. Margaret O'Brien, ot Chicago, was last week the guest ot Mrs. S. D. Thompson at Prestonia. We have PROVEN our holdings. We KNEW, there was ore to be had before we Mrs. Arthur Cary, of Lexington, is In New York visiting her daughter, Mrs. Julia Walsh, of St. Louis, Miss Nina Sego, of Munfordvllle, has been SDendine a week with her sister. Mrs. Ed Sullivan, on South Sixth street. repeat the REMARKABLE SUCCESS of other companies in the great Ozark district. Lead and zinc like coal, have only .to be found to prove profitable. The DEMAND FOR LEAD AND ZINC is so great they are essential in more than two hundred industries that the prices have been veiy high and will continue to be so. -- MUST "WATCH THEM. Vspend IMis Elsie McLennan has been the week in Now York Stock Now $1.00 a Share But Is Necessary You To It For Act Promptly. MT Mail Your Check Today. "Wf announced her engagement to The guests William F. Stockhoff. Included Misses Aleen Scannell, evening. Margaret Scannell, Florence MurVirginia phy, iNorma Rattorman, "PILATE'S DAUGHTER." Agnes Another performance of "Pllate'a Bolkerdlng, Anna Kratchmer, Esther Brusselbach. Daughter" will be given tomorrow Johnson and Evelyn Johnson, Mrs. Leroy Bornwasser. HARD TASK. evening and the closing perform ance next Tuesday evening. Tne Before criticising President Wil- first performance, was given last SPECIAL LECTURE. son for assenting to a closed door evening at the Holy Rosary Audihe had declared torium, Fourth and Park avenue, conference when A treat is In store for the mem to a big audience, wfco showed high for ''open covenants openly arrived appreciation of production. The bers of St. Helena's the at," it would bo well to consider cast and chorus is composed ot Club In the way of a lecture to be what he has had to contend with. pupils and graduates of Holy Ros- delivered at tho next monthly meet Undoubtedly tho President's position ary Academy, and is as follows: ing, April 14) at tho college, 625 This leotnre will is anything but an enviable' one. He Misses Cecil Morthcrst, MaTgaret Fourth avenue. Works and the Pos Brinton, Mary Victor Collins, Mary treat of "Good is surrounded by a hunch of diplo- Kilkenny, Margaret Holtz. Catherine sibilities ot tho Club." This subject mats whd are past masters In the O'Connell, Mary Edward Phelan, is of vital Interest to each Indi Collins, Mary Lloyd vidual member and the entire mem art of building ambiguous phrases, Henrietta bership should ho promptly present and are accustomed to find justifi- Txacewoll. Mary Rossfleld, Mary at Ross, Nellie Kilkenny, Mary Rose 7:45 o'clock. acts which violate every Morlarty. Alma Keaney, Louise Tal- cation for principle of international justice (it hott, Ethel Keeloy, Nellie Kilkenny, ST. CECILIA'S. thero Is such a thing). Just now Cornelia Brewer, Durrott ogiesDy, Allco Leublg, Honora HIckey, CathThe retreat (for men that began tfceeo diplomats aro engaged in tho erine Kilkenny, Margaret Holtz, Wednesday ovenlnp at St. iCedlia's eoagenial task of dividing the spoils Mary Kilkenny, Norlne Riley, church conducted by Rev Father ot a war which they did not win, Cecilia McNally, Mary Teresa Harlg, Maurice, C. P., will come to a Susie but which was won for them by tho Ruth Mohlenkamp, Qtforiarty, Reedy, solemta close tomorrow evening with Price, Mary and blessing. United States. That they can not Mildred Mary Woirlck, Helen Annie sermon, benediction well attended, Han- - All the services wore Brady, on the division is to bo ex- berrr. Madeline O'Lauzhlln, Holen ana ma hshub arr Ymy Brwuiyms mftm to Fathers Craney and Faloa. peted, fcut it is imperative that the Sohaelier and Margaret Phelaa, familiarity with his topic promise an instructive ana entertainr Bho - Japan's desire to control the Pacific is well known, for the control of tho Pacific would mean the control of China's policies, but since a naval base on the American continent is necessary to secure control of the Pacific, Japan has not hesitated to take advantage of the strained world situation to plant, If sho can, a colony In Mexico as the flr3t step toward securing tho desired naval base. What forces are behind this move of Japan w,e are unable to say, but this much is certain, that Japan has not moved in tho matter at this particular time without a secret understanding with others of the great powers and a probable promise of support. Or perhaps after all this move of Japan's may have been Inspired for the puiposo of testing the extent to which the administration is ready to go iu ignoring the Monroe doctrine in the Interests of the League of Nation's proposal, for certainly it would be asking too much of European powers to permit tho United States to Interfere In European affairs while denying them the privilege of a voice in tho affairs of Americans aatlons. All of which proves how necessary it is for tho American people to watch closely every move ot the crooked diplomats of Europe. Whether we will admit It or not,' it Is none tho less certain that our participation in the European war is interpreted by foreign statesmen as an official abandonment by our Government of the Monroe doctrine. This Is proven by the proposed constitution of the League of Nations, which utterly ignores tho Monroe doctrine, and if it needod further proof it would be found In tho efforts of Japan to got a foothold in Mexico.' For this purpose Japan is reported to have purchased a largo tract of land in Mexico. Louisville Mansfield Lead and Zinc Co., Inc. 409 Starks Bldg., Louisville, Ky. Inclosed find my check for , in payment for Mansfield Lead and Zinc Company. Signed Address .shares of stock in the Louisville - - &fcr incorporated - ' W' future. Emmn iPowell Evans anof her nounces tho engagement daughter. MIs Mae Evans, to Ralph at J. Ashfleld, now stationed Camp Zn chary Taylor. Their mar riage, will be solemnized ,ln Juno. Mrs. 40Q Starks BIdgf. fotlVille T. T. Beeler, "Vice President. C. Malum, - tfttttttfej Nat. C. Cureton, Secretary. 409 Starks BHg W. E. Newbold, ,T..M. Crutcher, 't President. Directors: J. Treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Carney, of New York, were guests lost week "IKELAND'S ALIBI." of Mr. Carney's sister, Mrs. S. J. Gardner, and Mr. GardnorX East Peter J. Dowling will address tho Twelfth and Main streets, New Almembers of the local council of tho bany. They also spent severaldays Knights of Columbus next Wednes- at French Lick Springs, where Miss day evening, his subject being "Ire- Ellen Lawience Gardner was tifcir land's Alibi." Mr. Dowllng's sub- guest. ject will treat of the present situaiss Rose Adele Weitzel gave an tion in Ireland and iher chances for party at which formal week-en- d His study and Nat. C. Cureton, W. E. Newbold and T. T. Beeler. 4 S Exclusive. City Sales Agents For El 3 VIOORE& "Retreading With 930-93- 2 RACINE TIRES Quaranteed 5,000 Miles ILES OF SERVICE A Conscience" TIVERS E. C. STIVERS Every Tire Retreaded By Us Racine Adjustments 0 - SOUTH THIRD STREET South 703 Phones City 2408 Quaranteed 3,500 Miles TOM MOORE, MEM TRY US $1.25 TWO-P- I frlg JR. ,ufyjyLyyyvvvyvVVVyyvyLYyvyYiVYVyVYVyy k ( offaf SMILES. THREE sur CE t 3 IECE - SUI' 5 wis- niranrkivsrRT.il. BBkT SERVICE IN TUBE CITY. avr $1.50 K K t ; HWjH MADS IN LOUISVILLE. m.-- k. SOAP IS EXTRA GOOD. BUY IT. PffSnTTMH 1 SLA TRY IT. 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Work Called For Wo purchase and deliver theater and Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, Phones City 1256; Main 1400-tickets, lunches, railroad tickets. Attention and Quality." berths, etc. Prompt and reliable PEOPLE'S PHOYIDSXT ASSCXATXC3r messengers for all kinds of personal THE SIGN OF QUALITY and prlvato business. Phone City Incorporated Hlghl'd 7411 4414. HAMBLY'S All Kinds of Footwear Whole For the SECURITY & LOAN CO. Incorporated, . A. Lazar, Manager -- TmmmmmmmmmtmWmmKr' Uriah Z. Litsey Chiropodist 507 Starka Building Rotk Pbo.iir White Kid Canvas Backskin High and Low Models Priced S3 to $6 xfm5e? 4ir-4- Supply and 1 FOURTH AVENUB COAL CO. (INCORPORATXD) QUAIFrY S6.65 - SERVICE East 180 Was Organized On fey WeU-kao- io maze CiUteas DISTRIBUTORS OF THE Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH PHONBJS. Cumb. Main 2998-a LAUNDRY CO. 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INCORPORATED Both Phones 2406 UULMii FOR IS THE STIIAW TIME HAT T.OHISVIIiljBl OZ3BkK!IS - Ji3:iIYJBRS nfoowraxAi; KENTUCKY LARGEST IN THE SODTii. &xri&GL I 822 Eo.-- Mlaiaa fcree-fe. muvtvwwwwwmHHViwvwmwmwwvuwwvwm t On last Monday tho student body Loulsvillo, Ky. Third and Walnut (Incorporated) Three Per Cent. Paid on Savings of St. Xavier's College had the 1529 WEST MARKET STREET Kew Classes Start Motday Day nad Xffat 2431 MONTa03H3RY STREET A General Banking Busi- pleasure of listening to an illusDeposits. ness Transacted. trated lecture on the Passion Play Home Phone Shawnee 1010 of Oborammergau given by Brother ' K. PFEIFFER Benjamin, O. F. X, President of .Brother Benjamin St. Xavior'a. FRANK A. OHLMANN FLORIST UMa 2160-traveled extensively over Europe in l City 2860. Street For Your Savings U. S. Government Protection. 1910 and had the good fortune of 421 South Thirty-eight- h 900 East FraakliH Street witnessing this grand production of Cut Plowers, Plants and 'Funeral the Passion, Play. It 1b due accordMore than 30,000 Bank Accounts, representing 100,000 people with a total GROGEIUES AND FRESH MEATS Works. ing to schedule to be repeated at deposit of more than $8,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by the bank. Phone Shawnee 559 jL. Oberammorgau next year, but on people of Louisville at this safe, conservative Cumb. Main 967-nccount of the unsettled condition MARKET AT SECOND still prevailing in Europe it will UNDER THE BIG CLOCK Highland 1033 ' . M. probably not bo played. This play brings people from all parts of the JOS. V.I SPANINGBR TOBACCIST WHOLBSAUB world to witness tho scenes and inIAWMVILLB, KX. KAXSS8 raosi old 8 B. CHESTNUT GROOERY AjD SALOON, PINS cidents of tho Passion. In their iSxiUb or xuas OASPETS WINES, LSQUOS8, CIGARS affliction during a plaguo tho chief 906 West Mala Street members of the commnnlty of 879 Baxter Areae Louisville, Kr-met and mode a solemn vow to represent tho Passion tragedy overy ten years, and the chronicle Cleaners of Carpets, Xusrs, Wall Paper and Window Shades states that "from this time on not a 3 Phones S357 South Clay Street " MAGNETOS STARTERS single man died, though many nau !t trie, plague about svmptoms of GENERATORS il f AL. S. SMITH,! PROP.5 DR. JOHM P. BECKER them." pictures which Brother Ben!! The Repaired JJy Factory Experts jamin has ihave been lent him for OPTOMETRIST, this year and are In a class by themBrushes for all makes of starting !! original and lighting systems. All work SPECIALIST JMflTTMG GLASSES selves. They are the only If You Want the Best We Have It. pictures taken, all the others being one- - year, II guaranteed substitutes. Practically 100 beautiY( Eprieuce, Twenty BOTH PHONES 810. O--, ful pictures are thrown upon the Ci. bl. nnM screen, and each of them from the i! Autpmitivi Elict Strvict !! Incorporated I TJttml Floor first, showing a panoramic 'view of S15 Stato 848 Sonik Third Street J! 30UTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS4 mlmnt. JPmnrtk Oberammorgau, to the crucifixion BROOK AND A STS. pcene Is a work of art. Phottt CttV itSo. phone City 1883, t THOMAS KEENAN ..JETJSTEiJLV DIRECTOR.. rush by con sulting us now. Panama Cleanlntr and Block- Xatabliabed 182G. LoHiaville.Ky- NC 9 Jng our specialty. TORNADO, IiLiBILlTY AND OFFICB OUTFITTMS NATIONAI. XAT CI.EANIHO WORKS PLATE GLASS PRINTERS STATIONERS Albert Smith, 'Prop. 123 SOUTH THIRt) gFREBT 533 "WEST MARKET STREET SAVEGS LOUISVnilH Home Phone, City 5161 SOUTH AND DEPOSIT BANK PASSION PIAY LECTURK. RIUTLIN8IR Adolph ReatllBger FIBE INSUBA 0 0. OF IteM Hat Lb CLEANING tW Avoid tlifl" I i! It Jft EXPERT BooMtMpinJ. Business Success Is Yours you master these wonderful eyatema. They meet They, modern conditions and Government requirements. savo the student 20 per cent. In time and money over the old bookkeeping methods or Pitman or Graham Shorthand, Taught exclusively at "When Awountlnt ARTHUR A. WILL BUILDER Fourth aad Ceatral Avenue TCI II Bryant Stratton Business College, LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK Y. A Funeral Director aad Embalmer J. BUCKNER 717-71- ptmtneiinmttr?T",""il,''l1''''il iQRANW. SMITH'S SON! Funeral Director Ober-nmmorg- au 953-5- '' and Embalmer OUR LUMBER IS GOOD LUMBER &O h ! ! ! 3E3SK:EI JONES OtfT t! RVG AND CARPET CLEANING We sterilize every rug, thereby killing all disease germs that might have been broughtinto your home by the shoes. The Swiss methods protect the health of your- home. rugs or carpets. Remember the Swiss Service Satisfies. - ' We dye in' one piece your , easy. We clean your rugs through The Swiss way makes your Vv ,. fnd through, and while they are going through the cleaning process they are not con- atminatcd by coming into contact with rugs from unsanitary homes. ;' house-cleanin- g i i Repairing of Rugs and Carpets our specialty. t Swiss U.BACojjasgjg We Oive and Redeem Surety Coupons. " bbbbbbbbbd bb" bbB HHI BHt lJb' h, HBB i BaJPf .. and Plant: PHONES 2207 2 9 Hl nBBBBBV VBaBBBsMi .. ss- - INCORPORATED We Operate Seven BranchesPHONES 2207Office: (P SEAL 617 South Fourth 909-91- 5 South Sixth St. 4s) n) TRY MM HERMAN STRAUS f OUHTH AVewUt SONS (gJ MARKET STRMT " sHCafiP0XArco "THE fH. HOME CRAFT WEEK Time to Freshen Up the Home belongs one in twenty-si- x It is a week set aside throughto the home. out this country for the consideration of how to make the home more attractive. In attaining this end, draperies and floor coverings come into especial prominence. Come and test our promise to furnish you with these essentials in beautiful, practical designs at moderate prices. Come and see what a few dollars judiciously spent will do for your home. Quaker Craft Lnco Net; a filet Quaker Craft Lnco Curtains; 3 yardB long and made with dounet 36 inches wide and shown ble and twisted thjead and in dainty designs; a splendid THIS WEEK with-double mm sml FLOOR ft Sllrrr PILL THAT WILL" ijt- ja rNuv av HENRY C. HERP, LOUIfiVILLC. V. : SLvEf? Plls lft!l ersn s -- " MEAN GOODBYE We Qiv and Redeem Oold Trading Stamps. SHE OUR PAINTS I'alnt They work like a charm. Every box sold to satisfy or your money.refunded. For Sale by Your Druggist packages. in 25-cent TO MR. FLY Screen with Dow'a Screens. DOW WIRE & Easter Offers THEY WILL DELIGHT YOU. IRON WORKS Incorporated. JIT W. MARKET. BOTH PHONES. Real Yloor Mads (o walk on e ilrlei hard Blcbt, with a dumb! glftn. Gal. s.7S V. al. M qoari Its, Write, call or plwa fer Information. l ctlon). AlEN'S BLACK OR TAN Frank Happoll i 2 Paint Mfg. Co. ahth 4C--M WORK SHOES $3.50 to. $600 The so shoes are world beaters they look weU and taey stand tho bangs of service. Tliey are designed ana fefUlt for service and they render that service. FISH FOR LENT. ALL FULL SUPPLY KINDS LADIES' EASTER SUITS t A' showing of the newest and most distinctive spritag modes. Spring styles in Wool Batiste. Fancy Dres Silk Fabrics in all desirable shades. Hawaiian CUth and Dress Voyles. All the new models and styles' known in Koath wjinsvn-i-K- . Bsbm (Mr tUt, xt. WwO. RIVER PISH OYSTERS AND SHRIMP SMOKED FISH Both Phones 2646 I 15c value at, per yard Quaker Craft Lnco Net; beautiful designs in filet weave; it is 40 and 5 Inches at,wide yard specially 05c per priced Quaker Craft Ijaco Net; 44 inches wldo and shown In 2 many lovely patterns; a aplen-- ? 75c did valuo at, per yard Quaker Craft Lnco Net; a filet weavo In lovely effects; it is 44 inches wide and specially m 05c priced at, per yard Quaker Craft Lnco Net; dainty novelty effects in Amerex Z weave; it is 45 inches wide and J Quaker priced at, per yard'....$l.!!5 2 Craft Laco Curtains; 3 yards long and made with lou- and hlo and twisted thread 2 lockstitch edge; per palr..$2.00 Quaker Craft Ijaco Curtains; 9 made with double and twisted 2 thread and lockstitch edge; they are 3 yards long and a splendid curtain for service; per pair $2.50 J J lockstitch edge; per pair..S3.50 PERFECT FITTING Quaker Craft Iiaco Curtain"?,; 3 SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES yards long and made and twisted thread and lockstitch edge; an excellent " i curtain at, per T?alr.r.r...-?4.5Sunfast Drapery; Jn a large array of patterns; tho colors are green, gold, brown, old rose -and blue; specially priced at, 75c por yard............. Art Craft Cretonnes; a heavy quality, 36 Inches wide and shown In a good line of patBOc terns; per yard Oculists' Prescriptions. Art Craft Cretonnes; 36 inches wide and to be had in a largo SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY line of stylish patterns; price, C5c ner yard XXCOXFOkl.TXD Art Craft Cretonnes; 36 inches Fourth and Chesjmit. wide and shown In many effective patterns and colorings; ...,.85c per yard Printed Scrims; 36 inches wide and to be had in an specially priced at, j cplors; "3c 3 per yard 0 SPALD1EG SHOE CO. Out of the oFjcir Artistic Spring Millinery Women's Fine Footwear in all the latest styles. Spring sale of Men's Light-weigUnion Suits. ht tjy rjCTUKES IICXTXXHIX Hih-Re- AJTO nt aZATXiS xvnnxes dWMttom Xe District Mrs 'year key Sf tkat WIS ffYaffHVgT?WlsBPssssssssft. &3EmiWIiftSltwF IHejss ntoAwTi - Ufe. tWBWssWH'- J Men's Silk Shirts -- ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE Cor. Brook and Market Sts. yr. Xy. Cenduoted by- the X&yerl&a Brothers. Sclentlflc Classical. sad Business T coupiee. Swimming Fool.. Well Bqulpped Qymasj- slum. Terms moderate. Mre. BeojAmlo, "Mr. In an endless variety and offered at popular prices. lis elsTliIt, OLD MAN HARRIS Editor, has made 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. He knows "Who's Who" in the oil game. All strictly confidential. information Year's subscription to Kentucky Oil Journal $2. (Preo with each now subscription a beautiful map ot Kentucky oil fields an artist's idea of an airplane view of the State, worth ?5; 14x22 Inches.) Write for free sample copy 16 pages, 2 illustrated, building, Louisville, Ky. 411-41Inter-Southern 4$H444444$4 SMOKE TARPY'S Lady Dash XOc Little A J. 5c Where the ; esw44tgtt,,a QuicK JfiSsssssssssssSt Where the borne brightest Where tho work is lightest; Where the meal cooked best; Where the range stands Meal Comes In Where work Is quickly done; Where- the test CONFIRMATION Inter-Southe- rn Life Insurance Co. d, JAMES R. DUFPIN, President. managed, medium-sizeclean, progressive company, whoso treatment of agents and policyholders and whoso standing and courtesies with all of the American Life Insurance Companies give it a position of tho very , highest rank? tJ. 4.M.ii.'illtfUalll LouisvUitiE, k"jt. Why not take an agency for a conservatively We are giving special attention to Confirmation and First Communion Pictures, . at special prices. Best Cigars i ! '1- - Made '! ! rjPMPo l where That's tho 'Quick Meal" conies in. Qalak Maal Gas Raa(s i-- $! 't !' ttl l fl l t vxAn NA3H3, & Qrnvr t. v INCORPORATED real fun; Where baking gives delight; Where drudge Is out of sight That's where the "Qnick Meal" comes in. Sold, Installed and Highly llecommsMded iliOiji cooking seems iBli W. MARKET ST. 2i5 New York Studio L. F. GA.DDXE. Prop'r. Start the Season Right KODAK i4K2uussUbSIKi Twenty-Fo- mr Leave Your BYRNE & SPEED COAL CO. OfC Guthrie St. DID Speed Bhlfi. PKIt TON. 311 S. THIRD ST. 3!3. ' CAPITAL, RESERVE AND SURPLUS FOR PROTEC TION OF POLICYHOLDERS MORE THAN $4,500,000 Deposit with the State of Kentucky under tho Compulsory Deposit Law more than $4,600,000. Excess deposit over all requirements $1,000,000, or 20 per cent, more than the law requires. For good, clean agency contracts with renewal commissions, bo tnat you may build up a business of your own and have an Independent permanent income, address the Home Office of tho Company. INTER-SOUTHER- N HJS?S4&JSS4S44 ,j )tr m PRAOTICAIi HATTER (Hats Remodeled, Gleaned and Died. Panama's Bleached. Clean ing and Pressing of Men's Clothing. John B. Stetson Hats at Low Prices. 520 West Walnut Street. 'GLASS VOIXi SPEAlv. Hbn. Carter Glass, Secretary ot tho VJnlted States Treasury, will M Q ISt Gr A. JX FILMS 4 Whtrt This Trade Mark is Exhibited Main DID AVTJERB FROM. City QIC Hoar Service 512 S, Second St., Louisville 'TayIor"; "Pioneer" && TUm xk&ik:k: "Jellico' $5.90 6.75 7.10 7.10 Western Ky. Black Beauty Straight Creek Wilton Mines LIFE INSURANCE CO. louisville. icr. gatlsfassiea gBaraateei. 426 V. MARKET JLOTJISVILLE,. KY. A complete liae 6f Fantttare at prices tkat are always the lowest, Mulloy's New Blend Coffee 2 1- -2 Lbs. For 90c zs QXTAirXT. a cerrzB that xxawir rem its rnra trar JOHN Importer 313 W. JSX. 34CXJXXOY ST. UXSTIXJiX, and Roaster of High Grade Coffee, Sold Direct to Consumer. XAM3T ST. ic O H. J. r. a. Return this advertisement with remittance and we will ship Coffee by Parcel Fost. all charges prepaid. LouisviLiiB PrHWM m The Best Rug and Roach Killer on the market, because we guarantee it to kill or no pay. 108 South Third Avenue City 8222 Alain 1805 cmanoAii co. BANNON, &. P. MWWN.ffi.; VlM.Pfit. Me Tritt. I! nttfrlnc' aaaersacM, Oeclre ot a prlrata aatars la tfcU or olhrr dUM. then coswli b. All bslMt TF roa sre 1r f WORKi-ThirteiMk BANNON laaatn's Pateat Liiiti Pip, PIPE CO. tlrlcllr coBfMoilI. Vlncenne3 diocese. DOMESTIC STEAM speald in Louisville in tho interest or the. Fifth victory loan on Tuesday. Anril 22. and doubtless tho MS. J. 6RADY, Sales Aent JAS. 1, McTIGHE, Sales Azeirt public twill be anxious to hear him. R. A. WATSON, Manner This aLiouncoment was made tho iirst bf Vho week by Chairman Marvin H. iwis, of the Victory Loan Speakers'-- , Bureau. Secretary Glass WINS HOU8B THE PHIL. HOLUElflAQX OO HOLLENBAOEl'S will first at the Seelbach at noon und?r the auspices of tho Karl A.. Holleabach, Prep. rWCOXPORATBO Board of Trade. A public mass meeting, to be held in tho evening Importer and Dealer la Distillers Of at the First Chrlstian church, will by. the Secretary. also be addroaed AND LIQUORS WINES Preparations for cutting the coming OIi FORTUNA SOUK MA8B Bring us your last year's Straw Joan "over the, to" are well under let us shape it into this year's 'HOLLKNKAOH" PUKB KT 144 SoaUi Third Street latest " way. V Home Phone 1191 IealarUlc, mode. We are in a position to do IM W. Mala 'tfc the best of work at reasonable no&T auuD. prices. Cleaning, dying, reblocklng of Miss Agatha Shaefer waa host at the monthly meeting of tho Sarto Ladles' Hats in the latest styles. '. i Literary Club of New Albany, her guests being OCesdames Edward J. Walrfut Hackett, S. J.' Oarllner, James L. Russell, John A. "Cody. William P. 515 West Walnut St. Stein and Miss 3taryEgan. A paper on "The Now tSarmpmy Movement" waa read by (Mrs, S.tein and Miss Schaefer had oa on "Bishop and El&fy&j Jruto," of the COAL ss0P & 4hi94ssn444 mi' LADIES! to Straw Works BE SURE TO CALL FOR Hall-andr- le The Influenza Makes Eyes Weak. McKENNA Sewer &b! Cvlvert Piae (er Steam Ceaaaits, Wall Cayla, Braia Tile, Vitriiiea Brick, Fire Preea, Flae Liala, Fire Brick , Grate aa Belter Tile, Fire Clay, Ckiiaaey Teas, ;' OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. PHONES CITY B73-17S- StanflaE cr3i JKWS TMA3iK i dPE, B i i m "BBBBM CUKiB. MAIN S07. X """ aaa BreWriilt aast Nlat) siaJ Mgalla. gag S. Fowtt Ave.. LoattrBU. I, H. HAAUMR, rrMMcat. t XT. Among thoee recently received in private audince by Pom Benedict I make a specialty of fitting was Dr. YaMo efcr, who came to specially to' trunk His Holi- glasses to these cases and have had Rome able wonderful success. Call and see me k aaa ness for aH to do, throasav kba raeau of Magr, before it goes too far. S. P. 8M1TJ1, at Dolei, AjmbMHb llakcate ; JsMSikan of the Ofteowetrlet, with C. X. WISBMAnI from Jawiah eoosmvaitr i k SON, 320 West Market street. . I the war, WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. H, HcKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Kyt r H ,M - tat - ba U, nlnif , VI