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Bair-H i ' - at a'.im-'- ih - - - L "- . ?:..' rrtrrrrr nMKHK...'. " . . .. - 1 JIV.MMKttsr THE? f KdjnHU I I II " . Hm m,i Wk W m .W:1 1 t - VOLUME XLII.-N- O. 16. pleading for the return of sinners to tho fold, tho clear, logical, convincing manner In which they pre-- 1 Rent the truths of the. church, added ' . writ .we would to rare powers of oratory, attract plcturo and hold, not only Catholics but run1 those seeking God. Each Smith and Is Growing in. Fruiito tlilrcssIiiB Meeting of Catholic Ac- and every preacher in. New Orleans Sympathy d oln Park. CoMt $Jtoi .li"' ft K (WtBM East or Always Anniversary of Dewas not only eloquent and masterIe comedy Among tho Lovers of . ,' tion Urges Christian RearCwtdiVMd ful In the pulpit, but tender and liverance of Wonderful Three of ing of Children. Llbeity. true in their search for souls. They "f lintf our- 3Iessago of Hope. know how to reach and win the eating Master. most hardened sinner as well as to 4y ob-k. A" direct with wisdom and gentleness ond JIACKIN COUNCIL. jg bile. Can Working Classes Deserve SpcclaljAt-tcntio- n tho purewhlte soul of the Httlo Papers Discuss Kiln's Clnlms and is Local Batahe'Nkf Joy of tho Christian Soul Kxpressed child M Faafe bet no iPS Urge People to 'Uphold Under tho joint auspices of Mac-ki- n nnd Protection AgnlnstV Jub- on policemen in Volnmo of Song and Council and tho Holy Name i Fnlbe Friends. REVIEW .THREE?, NIGHTS. tWMt Them. ice cream Society a very successful spiritual kaWjrmi i Prayer. In ui eal coppers retreat was given at St. Cecilia's e A ; The Holy Cross" Viiudwllle Gom- a misht1 church, opening Wednesday night pany will present their musical i'and W long green, oh and coming to a solemn close SunS; neverl Tho Youth of Today Should ik comedy review tho first three nights Irish nnd Their Friends in Cjiii- evening. There ivas a large Koystoo;roHce KmIA' Comedy Message Easter lirings Has Direct day f of the coming week at Holy Cross ,V .JRepublica tar attendance each night to hear the nda Are Active In Many Educated nv Principles d Hall, and Broadway. Pictm-rafotnaot: at KcHfMMv $m! turee vj eloquent Father Maurice, of tho .Clearing Upon the Llfo On the bill are eight big r t6 bolster Ways. of Religion. Passlonlst order, whose convincing a headllner, and It Is saldithiS 'will of Mail. ' cy for the u ow sermons had a marked effect. Anbe the best snow ever given. The Keyrtoiftra. fTas brick lco other Mackln jnembershlp campaign performers are all well known and oream gur enterprising has been inaugurated with tho hopo their offerings equal thosei cen at trik ! secure tho beof securing 100 new mombers hm r.. PROCESSIONS. our regular play houses. Tickets KEYSTOXEKS. etore tat CITES GREAT) iAY FOlt Tim WOULD fore Juno 1. Judged from the work CAPTAIN ad," with the PARABLE TO POINT LESSON. can be at secured at Sutr.llffe's and i caption '" rs' enjoy our of the baseball talent now practicing ' tho pastor's residence. The pio- - Ice cream, It is predicted Mackln will have ceeds will be foi the benefit of the 'Day by re and police one of the strongest teams In the That sympathy for Ireland Is school building fund. The nail The contest for the Democratic (Ituartmeats wrecked. The joy of tho Christian soul is Twin City League and tho best it Early in March there v 'as held In Should be crowded every night. giwing in France is evidenced bv re" department Romo an important n eetlng of expressed at Easter in such a vol- has had for years. Mackln'e social nomination for Governor seems Jo Menar 9nila;'j J. J. Flynn. the popular K. of C. m. i. m o 14 ihow to flght Catholic Action under tli a direction Secretary at Camp Zachary Tayloi, the fnrr iht t, their be lffado 'up", " and with that issue who iiav ume of song as rises upon no other events for mombers and ", " nn, ,I,a,pcrs have begun';"to' discuss "the. Board of of tho "Popular Union mong Ital- will direct tho show, and in the cast dav of thfi vear. In thfl wealth nf friends aro the Social Club dance settled many tire- - now announcing Hres and the ; r.Tisirig rates ian Catholics," and the representa- Will be J. Forrest Thompson, John the claims of Erin to freedom. Li a for the other nlaces on the ticket. Fire Unae flowers that adorn altars, in tho on Easter Monday night and on Thomas S. Rhca.i the last to enter, ' IS proof rhat unpreju- - tives assembled sought and received Nlxol, Johnny Ford, Larry Hoffman, Batallle, music of choirs and tho praise of euchre and lotto entortainment official organ of the has met with .much enrourazemtint. diced me ?'hick" fire- - the privilege of an audience with Bill Qulnn, Leon Marlon, John French trado union movement, has tho children in their exercises are May ! nys iilaco Wb his .friends clalm&and Senator Sel- - mea. a ills Holiness at tho conclusion of Hourlgan, Billy Lyons, found th mnnlfpstntinn of the tov Clarence called upon all tead of a fire their work. Tho record! of their Gorman, also Misses Evelyn aud liberty to uphold French lovers of den II. Qlenn, tho best and smooth - , boae Into WELL SUNG. of hearts overflowing with the Ireland's claims est organizer in the Stater will Cistern yoa can 'happiness of a renewed hopo of life. T blame the consultations does not di much Georgia Pouteh, Alice Burrell. Eve- - rnd La Populalre, a Majority campaign. Lieut, Qoy.jUHderwritftrH a common from those of nant meet igs, but high Lovers, of class music handle his and Esthor Johnson, Mary Mc- - r.Iallst paper, says: It is tho anniversary of the delivid a real flro the present circumstances ire em- - Cann. Elizabeth Leonard, Minnie erance of the' greatest message of thronged. St. Boniface chiroh on Dlack han not vet nnaneri lipflil. OCCUi'rtHMM "Since August, 1914, tho Govern-Maquarters, but reports show that he dcpartaMn" to H'some grateful Inently such as make 'for a: under- Christ and Dorothy Zapp. T. J. nicata of the Allies have repeated hono tho world has ever rnceivod. Sunday arid Tuesday evenings to tVin nvlrfn. "nflltwirv" j II or- - corportwoa'ryr u idual send a standing among those minir has nlreadv built a Kiilistnntlnl ..Iu..j up in iiio inruo mil. hnnn who Schipper will bo the interlocutor. ocr and over acaln. almoif to filet.--. mue Bumiueu lid services of have the responsibility 'of dlroctin Col cnecjcr-ip- r Tt a thn bv tho'St. Boniface choir with full ganizauon in eveiy district. wwf. wnrin? "TTn t ntnnn." ening point,, that this war was g PAT M'TIGHE LANDS. jou never hear Catholic Action on tho Hnes laid chorus, and special soloists. The P. J. Noel, of Harrodsburg, is a the departmi fought for right and llbertj, Christian "vlctorv dav" Easter. Jnow. On the uown oy the .Holy see, and of esMost men everywhere at all oratorio was unaer ine airecixon oi surprise canuiuuie lor me uuoer - ui. uuwiag mi me ueuveranco or oppressed na- B, McTIghe. was tlonalltles, and' the who times have had some Sort or idea Prof. A. Molongraft and tho leading natorial nomination, but Is tecelv- - contrary,. soNwlfo old and real- .tablishlng their programme. That overseas with a motor truck com- - thelr sovereignty and restoration of ".ut, muo juu6o ...v... j or immortality, it seems to do an nas Deen uone, ior tno results we uuTmuaviuvuw noio .wku uj ;Mva Independenc? lnhnront nimiitv in inimnnitlnii Tht Louise Hennehorger. Mrs. William John a. uarroil is receiving tho sup - J aiu" mra 'wwHBtiu seim u cnewc shall Jiavo to wait; but meanwhile pany, arrived at, Camp Mills this Socialists understood quite wel' Schaofei l$:ave lost their the Holy Father laid special em- past week, and expects to be home that the 'lights of peoples to dl- a Tinf Stpiimer. Frank William bort of the leinil fraternity and Col to tho VW9U roonrrnxfinn Sthe fault of the phasis in his address on two points n a few days. He writes as fol- - pose o themselves' meant nothing an entirely new one. Even the Frltsch, Louis Hoffman, Raymond Eli Urowh is ono of his. most act- - property thrai lows: "Came lover with the Fortieth m0re than a war phrase used by thr ipe jveyotone In such programme. pagan before us had a glimpse Df Fach, J. J. Fuegleln, Harry Krebs Ive handlers and backers. Lieut, "hick" firmf. of California chIefs 0f'two uosepa iuuuukii, ie few 'good po- u uui. xi. n. ueuuuru, til uuwnug Fvi.w uDiiujuu His Hpliness used, as he so often DlvisI6n copiposod tho tmtll and was moved to as to sd under the does, a parablo to point his lesson; troops My, hand is entirely healed weaken their coalitions so Irolanl. Under the direction of Prof. John Green. Anally announced his candl- - Hce aro being Mniiira niA it in hia nwn wnv. opponents. regime of Paul lurlingame. right now. Heard of the Vhich was promised the reallzatiou herself proclaims the doctrine and B. Hoffman, tho OTganlst, a grand dacy, being supported by Percy Haly this time the parablo of the sower. and all now head flu' epidemic in tho States, and of'hor-IdealIn never sh hnnnv in every bursting bud of spring- - rendition or "The iteaemption," a and van u. o Sullivan, and an ex- - merry o; jerr& under Gladstone, has ' setting forth of the three fort Is being niado to secuto the of the Board o, Wety, wliile crime The htifchandman tta When he sees the seed he has ..ui.v .i .u .. time and the now sones of the lyrical uf u. jvu. uow 1CSS liberty than nvor WS apace. Thp v 1Uit Muiio a iv,v of our uuiiwi The sown fallen nn trood trronnfl and and gambling htrrfn wa rnii n rnnfirinnUnn nf nnr cieat facts on which depends the sunrJbrt of tho Courier-JournApropos of this same phase of over with 380 the problem is belief in a future life. Nature re- - existence of the Christian church i Times ahU the little uroup of hotel outside 'PeM,lJi Sinning to take- ureaent. vrk of in TInlone Tonnlnrn over there. I came olr conespondont nOthem havo - the Manchester Guardian writes tne COmedy town n?3u in him Tid nmnf tlmt tho oaait casuals and most men In a realiza- was given by tho Choral Club of St. nolitiaians who knifed Stanley four notice ofvthe joices along with Hco in, T5uisrftl! tad the old (iehad sown, when hq asked tho three wounds and three. service, "English neoDle at homo Rpnr,i tion of the glory of life, for that Joseph's church,, qa. .Wednesday years ago. , . .. ... ... KUIUUK TfilUl CO lilKO V Mght , and left directors of Catholic Action to co- - SHiUt'H. evening. The teho'lr numbered forty WUS In the Republican rariks the can- - Is settlSK' VM n. r 1l rrPll7n inw which was dead Is alive again. uapt. operate with him In social restora- - a trip to Ireland with a young Irish here in legard to England and hef anu was augmented, by ja dlJacv of Howdy Ed Morrow Is not about UsIfitMir i'onco But while we see. In .nature tho. voices . - n cuimciit ui. t . enthusaism, and Dick Huftdlyfl rrnnrf snld - -aixth fllStnct. Hon her. Iliad fallfin nn ijuuu . - lor from- Boston whftn T iror- nn. i..ni... symbols of tho great truth of tha' number of the most prominent elng- - awakening .much cv, x rencn h;"' a Am and of v"J little, but resurrection ana aengni in tno '" '""were Misses "" Agatha "P. h Dortv'slittle cheer there was in heen put tne onicia-i " Schae-fort- what State nrosnect has the last week' when jv. on tne xitu? rOf the many gave promise whichfruit. !ce toof pack up. money enclosing a pers say great ueianu.French neonlo addressing tho German I got off pleasing processes of the breaking" tho cast think a thes Pco activities tb deal. A friend of said: "Y6u fel-- tTninno Pnnni-irnrnnnri n ooc German last Aucust. Would of new life ,1a the natural fer, Bernico Lako, L. Gnau, Helen knocked out by the Pln of Hert an J men at rofiealli mine who has lived In Paris for better than, its hand win Holiness RoWfAd fnr to be home Easter Sunday." twenty years . and mixes freoly wprld, tlie Christian 'has tsoinething'SIeveking, Mrs. W, Biggers; Messrs. nis anenas to picictneir own ticKet ows "v"!?,k among people of all opinions, tella m&a can't uinmii j special mention and praise those re deeper and moro firm, than nature John Pasllck, (Martin Stocker, Carl ior tne atate ouices ana xnen say to jwiv.nw.wii ? vrwwM uyr, iB.nunf;tiy upon, which "to base- JiiB belief ofiF- Moser, Coleman "Weiss, J. J. ine 'tuypuuiican voiejs s in August; me that on this point he finds no V school and tho condi- '"'"'"'"'' '" 'j. j.- a. my "TaKO it Or leave UK: ...A..UlPtO(i:innKgBajBiiBHLiLmeuWMyjn'xHb.Hnn of.,thPiTB.'orlt nir .nlnsspn flf fffrYnrn hnfwofln nvtintYin XTnfnn The "materialist may aueuer ana immortality. "Irelandls bv a'rRenuhlicasfVoter no orvhMU ranrntnti fT--wiin'V hQ claims are to cause and Ireland's austa and extreme Sotcallsts. Lloyd seek to read lill iuinW' in iho1- sank ifTM SorowSot Deathj' frora thoT)Oll3 jLdayUU&K5lfewJwa8te-.:.o'- . ,ohm4IMlrriJMHtesV'AbL 'HBmII be consldere Brimfa f SiaBsaiSL.'.niin33KaHWffiit.iifh tnf .' xssswbksi;' .sr.-.A'-ii is n eorge seems to tninK that ho natural .world, butth'a Christian dgj, in i ikksxpv Knointv ..SnplPiv tn ii wtn.ji.i4iimmmi-wirif oimii jw luwuuiuia i te?mflflnMiJfl3itgigtflwhigftttAfeoajJULCL'au high authority. suiuc feXaJoJfcilUposeUrMhoruetionwhett has hv ARMS ARE"dliEX'. tlOns wilf be chosen in advance and rfhn chlfrirpn nfstatement Upon but'ponts fnrmftd hv ent source, a source no less than ......... w. . is lintm? - . .. ........... ....i lUIVCI At the annual meeting of the totlav. cjwill have Inst that amount wJ aujiuuutcmuiii .... iiui. t... cuu- - 8oIrlIi.r out that Ireland 5en uo ...... party voters, will have no say the tn Mm luusi from God himself. tho message !.. fhnn Press dlspatcn Tho selection of Hert as National Covington Diocesan Union of Holy of good In it as is represented by sldered as Indicating formal action an(i Scotland. Tho argument is not An Associated When Jesus broke the bonds of Romo on Sunday says it is Committeeman has never set very Namo Societies, held at the Cathe-we- ll tho education that the children nf on the part Of the Paris session. very Impressive to the Italians whrm death and became "the first fruits from on behalf of with the old guard of tho Re- - dral Lyceum, tho following officers today receive. then Is Th,s vas tho message wired from they find England of them that slept" He at the same stated Holy See has publican party out In tho State, and were elected- - President, Hon. M. T tho Imuortancn that .tho children Paris correspondent to the New plete Independence pressing for comtime became the hopo of all hu- tho Vatican that tho for populations rk World. "It means," the cor that actually fought In the Austrian the fact that his election over Col. Shine; Vice President, James manity. Before Him, the way was not given Its adherence to tho and youth today should bo educated Congress' which it Is Leo on principles or Toligion and well respondent continues, "that the army. Tho only course consistent of Owonsboro, was made bidge; Recording Secretary, dark and shrouded in mystery, but o to hold shortly, as the Cath possible only by the half vote of a Koelker; Financial Secretary, doing. To that end is required the Council of Ten will go into tho with England's dicnlty on that first Easter morning He and liar delegate from Hopkinsvillo lam Wessel; Treasurer, John generosity of the rich, patience ou Question as to whether Ireland Is a',norai authority at the conference Is throw a flood of light upon the olic church, considering her dogmake the bitter pill any iopy; Marshal, Joseph A. Cassidy. the part of tho teachers, care on l UCl OUUJVVk 1U1 UlltMUl UIAWU9- - to support the application of tho gates of eternity, which Illumined matic character, could not join in If tho way for all and settled tho ques- the congress on an equal footing. easier to swallow. Tho old line Re- - The next meeting will be held in tho part of all, that from a religious slon. scope she Is round to be within- Sinn Felners for a hearing before of tho conference pro- the Peace Conference." The feeling at the Vatican, says publicans out In the State threw up June and tho place for holding the basis of education today may result tho tion of Immortality forever. expression, is that their hands when Hert selected annual rally, which will take place in nn imnrnvpd fntnro for nnoipiv gramme her claims win do treated Nor aro the French and Italians It is but natural that tho anni tho versary of such a day snouia De all the other Christian denomlnar Searcy, a fellow Louisville Republi- next September, will be decided. "And the working classes, who as are those of Poland. Jugoslavia tho oniy Latins that are showlnc seceded from the Roman can, as State Campaign Chairman, - or the other nationalities aspirants, interest In Erin. form such an Important part of socelobrated with various manifesta-- 1 ' "ons Spaniards and ROTH .KNOWN HERE. the council takes the view clety do they not deserve special b,ut tions of joy, but amid the songs church, which descends directly and they say that makes the odds are giving problem la ono for Biderable attention to Sinn Fein and tho Irish nn,i tho finwors nnd tho Tiairnant.rv from Christ, and that tnereioro doubly hard"against success. One on tho part of all who aro In the trying to promote its interests? Great Britain to deal with Indl- - !ts ieatier Do valera. A A wedding of Interest of our celebrations the great motive Romo can not go to them. It being is that the State is being ignored recent is- Blucgrass section will be that of They deserve it for their own sakes "' "" '" " of the day should not be lost sight for them to return to her bosom. by the Louisville bosses and the (Bue of Revlsta Catollca, the most m- AugusMiss Franciana Donovan and is nuential Spanish paper In the of. Things that minister to the The Pope, the expression adds, of other is that tho mismanaged and tus Klalr Weitzel, whoso engage- alone and on account of tho trickery VICTORY LOAN LIMITED. esthetic sense should not bo al- ready to Tecelvo representativesarms, misfit Bolshevlko administration of ment was announced last week by practiced on them by false friends. united States, contains a long and tho Republicans here has hurt the splendid article on the personality Tho worklngman can not be Ignorlowed to overshadow the appeal to dissident churches with open Mrs. Charles W. Donovan, of Lex- - ant that the church has always The quota ot Jefforson county for and achievements of tho first brings no as the Roman church has always party throughout the State. the spiritual. If Easter Victory Liberty loan has been dent of the Irish rpnnhiic Tho lorjii Bolshevlko adminlstra- - Ington, mother of the looked on him with special affec heartening message to a soul wear- longed for the unification of all whiin Hon follows un tho loko nublicatlon Their marriage will be solemnized tion. In our own davs a Pontiff of fixed at $11. 263,150. Tho amount throughout South Amprirn . ied with worldly carse, no new In- Christian religions. which it issued some time ago un- - next week. Both aro prominent in glorious memory took up tho cause of the loan is limited to $4,500,000, dally In Argentina, strong words spiration to take hold of tho Lexington social circles and havo of tho worklngman and uphold his according to tho official statement are spoken In favor of recognition anTID3 DIRECTORY OUT. der tho title of "Facts" with things worth while with a firmer other of similar character entitled many acquaintances in this city. just claims. But It would be a of Secretary of tho Treasury Glass, of Ireland's do jure freedom. The grip, no new feeling of citizenship City Directory the best the "Log Cabin." Robert Lucas, Caron's great mistake to think that witn victory ijioerty notes win Dear a peoplo or tho United ' States, irre-thin the eternal, our songs and flowFRANKFORT. per cent. Interest and the note? spectlve of race and creed, still death of Leo XIII. there was i ers and pomp and pageantry, how- and most complete published in this the City Court Prosecutor, Is editor press and of tho new nublleatlon. and the ed to tho protection of the will mature in four years, but the continue to show' active interest In ever beautiful, aro of momentary country, is now off the every busiaowor, wno is a stu- an end classes by the church. Our Government retains the option to Ireland's cause. Three distinguished way Into uiss Anna should find its itor shown w do vorttat tv an a working value. Loulsvlllo " " ujuvumuy oi miguisuu Immediate predecessor proclaimed retire them in three years. citizens. Messrs. Frank Walsh, EdTho message that Easter brings! ness house and office in may have newsman. In one column ho moves at Ann Arbor, is homo to spend tho its contlnuanco in solemn docu- - The notes aro free from normal ward Dunne and Michael Ryan, to the Individual has a very direct and vicinity. Louisville population you to tears by asking the voters parents; ments; and wo gladly take tho oc- - tax and will bo Interchangeable any have been designated to proceed not in niennn isfnrn tipnr Miivnr Easter vacation with her bearing upon his life, for what one hit tho 300,000 mark in to R. Sower, at caslon clven us by this great of soldiers, Smith and his joko administration Mr. and Mrs. John po- - Paris to demand recocrnltion before maturity for of tho believes about tho future life may because of hundreds n by electing war workers and their families a horrid Democratic republic from tho Peace Con notes to declare that cent, Irish sembly of Catholics largely determine his character, and il In council this fall, as an opposition Last week Mrs. J. R. sower Mr, Walsh, who was for ference. his eternal destiny. One may ing up their residence here. tho Encyclical 'Rerum (Novarunr might ask Smithy to sho,w talned tho D. A. ., and after tho maintains today all Its old strength, this edition aro listed more than morly Chairman of tho Federal GETS MURIELLO COPY. even go further and say what a 137,000 names, which, using the why tho city treasury was broke very pleasant, sucuu iour uuu mucn because it expresses today, (too, tho Commission on Industrial Relations, nation believes about the hereafter the city Pope Benedict has sent an auto- has Jdst retired from tho National and tha maternal benevolence determines tho character of its gov- -, usual multiple of two, gave 275,000. and where had all the money gone. eon were enjoyed. population of about Editor This would sure be sad. ernment in its practical dealing at a watchful caro of tho church for the graph letter to Cardinal Gibbons, War Labor Board. Mr. Dunne has HtELAND'S CABINET. working classes, addressed to the entire American been Judge of tho Circuit Court of homo and abroad, and tho character There Is a considerable Increase In Lucas might add that if the people to selected a Democratic council some year, according TXTa 4itrt tliA nrAmntaiM limn tlt1f ntoicrif In irVlnV la TJrY flhlnn trr fnvnr nf fllttnn rt nA of tho national life. The man or names this not nosey member of that body might After electing Edward Do Valera of Catholic Action, who have lis- - tiff also announces that ho Is of Illinois, while Mr. Ryan nation that is not restrained by ths Charles L. Caron, but they have be should want to know who got all the fees President of the Irish Provisional tened to our call to work with us, senting to tho shrine at the Cath- -, was formerly City Solicitor of Phlla-an- d feeling that there is another world been . counted. If there names, tho tho aveystone police received for Government and naming a Cabinet, or 13,000 more Sn which thero will be a higher with tha keenest Interest wo ollc University in Washington, D. delphla. Mr. Walsh thus announces its exhort them to turn their special at - ' a, a reproduction or Murlello's tno purpose or the mission tlce and a continued life of some city's unoinciai population wouiu no copping autos accused of being out tho Irish Parliament concluded a nA sixty-on- e 300,000. minutes or moro at a privato sessions, too vaomet m- - fAntlnn 4l.nl.. CWl.tll ttr tA 4 Itnm tfl iUUVCLluu .uiauua )m 41.a nfnnnln 9ft ..- Tho committee is going tn sort is dangerous u tno uiuaaii luuuvija, f,ii?ii ovv.Mt w.u, (.unw.uv fin, a a. a. timo; or why weren't the streets eludes Artnur urmitns, uounx the working classes. This Is not tho tory in the Vatican. Franco as American citizons holding Passing over tho strictly religious Marklewicz, time to descend to details SOLDIER LENTEN SERVICE. Countess of no allegiance, material or spiritual, outside of Broadway and Fourth Plunkett, or to in tho resurrection element William Cosgrovo treat tho question of professional to any other nation on earth, but cleaned any more; or will any alley John McNeill, Christ momentarily, let us rememTWIN CITY OPENING. Tho musical programme rendered Imbued with tho necessity of exunions or Christian syndicates; it Is ber that history was made on that Wednesday night by Mrs. Fred ever bo cleaned before the near.ai.a jmcnaei uouins, Mayor goes out of office. There enough, beloved children, to know When tha flTst Easter morning. Tho Twin filtv Baseball Leacuo tending the principles of free gov- Harlg and tho choir of St. Mary are lots and lots of questions a SERVICES AT DAYBREAK, devoted women wont down to the that both organizers and organized wjn open B season Sunday after- - ernment to Ireland, which is the i,K f 4!,n T.mvi nnnn thoir mU. Macdalen's church at the Lenten Democratic or independent council are closo to tho heart of tho Pope." 'noon. IMav 11. at Shawnee Park, and typical small nation of the world, itho Fifth Infantry in might ask and you can hardly blame Commemorative of tho resurrec The other big audience of the , manmrom of thp ni ciuhs have being deprived of the right to do- elon of love, it was given to them devotions for No. to hear the announcement from an Knights of Columbus building was Lucas and his asoclates from getting tion of Christ from tho tomb, which week was that given on tho morn ' tlielx- charges out now weekly for terrains for Itself tho form of ' scared. But aside from that sob took place before daybreak, tho angel that was to turn the tide or 4 at Camp Zachary Taylor of the same day to the parish practice. Tho roster of clubs Is as ernment under which It shall exist. history and to give impetus to the greatly nppreclated by tho officers stuff, you could hardly keep from Roy. Father Earl E. Willett, pator nriests of Romo and tho jjemeu fallows Xavlor. iaiurttuy umu uuu wuiuen ot irisa Mackln St movement of unllftlng men that Is and men, who were present In full chuckling- - out loud br going into of St. James church, Bardstown preachers. The text of His Holiness' ' chamns Hibernians. Knights of blood and ancestry everywhere have still gahtering force today. Jesus numbers. Rev. Father Kelly, tho hysterics when you road in tho , road and Edonsldo avenue, will cole--' sermon to ithem this year was St. Columbus and California. Tho la3t a deeP an" sentimental attachment publication about the brate high mass tomorrow morning Paul's salutation to Timothy, Man named club and St Xavler's aro tne iand which gave birth to was a great teacher and He gave to chaplain, concluded the services, Log Cabin At the close of itho audi- - now entries and dark horses in tho 'heir raco, and at this crucial mo- tho world its best principles and consisting of tho Way of the Cross wonderful police urn were frpftlner at 5 o'clock. rp.hA other masses of God As all soldlors and what a splendid flro depart will bo at tho usual hours. precepts. But thero havo been other and Benediction. enco the preachers took tho cus pennant race. "lvul ol uuw worm concepts uesue the building was ment we had, and an article was tomary oath boforo tho Vicegerent good teachers of morals and rellg- - were welcome iu leuuui un uit) atsaiBiuuce u muir power to tho representative of the Tho Msgr. iPallca. quoted from tho Herald (written by AWARDING VIOTROLA. of Romo, Ion, and who knows but that his filled to overflowing. PROTEST IN IRELAND. g complimenting people of Ireland dolegated to at- censor) tho press preacher at tho teachings would not have perished . j.- 11 a.. n CARNIVAL OF NATIONS. the Keystone police, while the colEaster (Monday night the award church of San SilveatTo had not ar- with Him if Ho had not risen from Ireland is in many places under ena xne expects uonierence. une and of the Victrola will take placo at rived to remain in umns of tho Courier-Journthe time ot tho audience military rule, for which there Is no committee tho dead and become the living ln-- i At a mooting for tho Carnival of Times (Mr. Hert's boosters) wore St. Michael's Hall on Brook street, and will take tho oath privately. splratlon for the millions who were On Wednesday tho Prance until Ireland's case Is fully justification. iZ nffor him. Herein lies the Nations to bo held In St. Cecilia's quoted in praising the "hick' flro between Market and Jefferson. In railroad shop workers of Limerick . determined by the conference." oven- - department, which always saves tho addition thero wiM bo a euchro and taking While such things aro SUCCESS ON MISSION. distinctive difference between Christ Hall on Monday and Tuesday found joined in tho general strike of pro- April 28 lotto party that promises to bo enof Place in the States, Canada Is not teat niminst tho nrnniamatlon and other teachera and between Ings, everythingand 29, it was toward ground anyway In case of lire. was moving Tho past threo weeks havo been military rulo in that district. After perusing the alibi publica joyable. Christianity and other codes of that But ,dl0' Tno Ir,sh and their friends All the na- - tion of tho, Bolshevlkl adminlstra- r.hrlHtian wor- - a wonderful success. .i viio-inn weeks of deep spiritual interest to utUo novfa Js remitted to be sent ,n tnat country aro active for yi,i Aside out from any ot WELCOME TJ JBETREAT. land in many ways, evidently to tho in New Orleans. i. im'iui tftwurd a nerson ttons will bo represented In all their inn and hnarlnc In mind the won- 0 jrishj -- m-g special feature derful testimonials concerning oat l rum tho xmuiuii uovuuuua wmun vvhero the English authorities aro ouipnou ui uiuuy and docs not consist in veneration- respective glory. A Is v.iuuumua wno that dinner 'yap' Keystoners tho writer and Next Wednesday! the Rev. Fred attracted such large congregations exercising a most arbitrary censor havo been disconcerted by the ap of a dead leader and slavish adher- to be remembered . C, of Indian- - in oyerv narlsh. ten of tho Passion pearance of the flag of the Irish re or set of and cupper will be served in the Bome friends boarded a Seventh, olln Staublo, O. enco to a rule of life ship. ksv. public In processions, oven in Monregulations. Above all Christianity hail on aunaay Apru nightsana sup-i- n Btreet ball park car to see tho npolls, will open n Tetreat for men iat Fathers, a number of them from follow Louisville-Pittsburper served on both church, Seventeentli tho Sacred Heart Monastery on tho game. at St. Peter's treal, as ono paper has It. not a nhllosonhy. hut a lire, CONGRATULATED. At Seventh and Grayson on the and Garland, which will end Sun- - Newburg road who are among tho drawlnc its inspiration from a liv ing. Father m0st noted preachers in this great northwest corner there was a big day evening, Avrll 27. PRH3ST FIFTY YEARS. ing Christ, and having a universal Right Rov. Patrick J Donahue, CONFINED TO HOSPITAL. and convincing order or missionaries, were in New m10 vonertablo Bishop of Wheeling! negro crap game right on tho siao Stuable Is a forc-fiappeal because it speaks the lanhi sermons aro Orleans and conducted missions In was th0 redolent or many congratu- Mr and Mrs. John M. Casey, of walk, the crowd being so dense pulpit 8peaxer In May, this year, will occur the guage of love. had to walk in tho well worth hearl. The- retreat is various churches. To mention that latlons on Tuesday, when ho passed fiftieth anniversary of tho ordln.i-undsuch a rellelon can not be Rhelbwllle. havo received a ttoatal nassnrs-h- v X the men s so- the ,auaid Bishop tlon to tho holy priesthood of Rignt the Passlonlsts Fathers are to con- - nis seventieth toirtbday. 'beaten." It hag all the qualities ' Rrd from their son, John M. Casey, street. Testimonial No. 1 for effi- .M.i vjwwwe w. ww OTiewmi.vn. auCi a mission preaicates its sue- - Donahuo, though oorn in England, Key. Tnomas Sebastian Byrne, of the imperishable, and so long as Jr., reporting tho rnot that he is clency of the Keystosers, aad at Base Hospital No. 101,1 tral Pollco Station (beg paraoa. mea, young aad ow.OatheMc and Cess. Their deep Insight into tho has all his life been ono of Ire , Bishop of Nashville since July, church jaalntalas ateftafas-- Its nudte-lcww be lmoome, and caa "bam," as the Fort Nazalre, France. needs ot souls, their , fervor in land's staunch supporters. 1894. belief ia the reBrrectloa it tf WORLD LIGHT conquered by all the hosts of evil. It was a greaj day lor the choir anworld when the nounced to shepherds the birth of iho Saviour; but it was a greater day when this same Saviour rose victorious over the grave ad gV9 to mankind tho hope that has ear- neu tnem onwara ana upwara nu will continue to bear them as they i approach to tho perfection of their bo an-geii- .Ln ul. ggjhr--n !), DEMOCRATIC fr!' - LOU1SVIUX, SAW conductors oall throw awiiy. IT, APRIL 19, 1919. a stone's tho ball that no I INTUIfcNT imOWNTAXl CAMfBL SCRVWE AMERICAN BENEDICT cs Every Driver naliiwsm LmlsvIHfl 1600 ChiIw t Taxfcat Incorporated , Ci. W 3 n 0K PRICE FIVE CENTS. IRELAND I J- y ia-klu- e Thirty-secon- " M T tM,tr : ncts.-ieac- h """ -- , . So-ly- n y 11 '"" y. , I be-'m- I ..... 43nntriT,rt-nr'.'1i- "bt' j -- "'" rcCOg-ian- for-kVill-G, al ui s , the-Par- 0- . I nl,-n- n i" -- - - - - rlvhk-jUeiopcutouajiUffir- A- '""'iAiaaVl'KSKlNtSi seml-offlcial- ly ''. ," lP'j4 jj n awr-.-w- f" m . ni -- I .r onn. Pre-emine- nt Pan-Christi- an pro-Dos- . ed Will-negrCol-dld- n't semi-offici- al i . ' Spanish-America- ns ,"""" '"- - 1 bride-elec- t. , o 1 i as-'ti- tak-ove- non-taxao- io 3i enter-counc- , i"1 pre-,ern- or jus-112,0- CI 4 1 - gov-ln- g . . I English-speakin- - -- al nra .in -- t gh aa l - er Cea-th- e' t an aoa-Oathel- J sosjsnruroMT'sr STATK POLITICS. k-- A.'MnEx.x&AJs: E I ! t !' 1 11 V I H 11 11 HM"H-tl"t"- M 1 1' t H"H"H"H PLATFORM MfiJwTfr'"iii!JIMfl'" OF THOMAS S. RHEA ill &fV DOUGHERTY & McELLIOlT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Candidate For Governor SBsbsbbbRL. r HHHk&'w:tfrnaf HMHHSX t tt&v4tfBBBBBBnasBBBBBBBBBM4letKi .BiBBBBHBBBsBBBBBBBBnBBBEBV iBvBBBBBflBBBBBBHBBBBflBRSBBKB " vSS9f fi" lBl9HriiiK" i. v ; zJzr , w.a. w x ( 15 w WGui. "a " 'U'JWSflBnHHBMLLsbsbbbbbbI v t) '"TOHIbbbbbbbbbbbbI WnS&ms "'. Funeral Directors ; & and Ernbaimersi Homo City 2 DOS -H TOilJJJJJJJJJJJJJJI wfafaw JH Guaib. Main ,4.fr4.fr.M"l"H"H"H'-H-t-'H-I-'- 200S-- a both xxxoijs;ss. 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BARRETT'S 50NS HOME PHONE 8S CUMBERLAND HIBERNIANS. 70 77 DEMOCRA TS OF KENTUCKY: Natural Resources. Kentucky Is one of the great fields of undeveloped natural resources on the American continent, consisting of coal, other minerals, oil, etc. I favor such laws as will promote and encourage the development of those great sources of wealth and employment of labor. I OTKTHIANA. After mature and careful consideration of conditions existing In the Democratic party and the State, I come to you asking the nomination as the Democratic candidate for the onlce of Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky In the primary election to bo held on Saturday, August 2, 1919. In doinir so, I feel confident that should you bestow upon me the this great honor, I will carry vicbanner of Democracy to tory In November. It la proper that a candldato asking perferment to positions of honor and trust should Inform the people concerning his views upon public questions and Issues alfecting their interest and the welfare of the Commonwealth. I bolleve In an honest, economical administration of public affairs, and if nominated nnd sleeted Governor will endeavor and insist upon a reduction of public expense, consistent with the proper and elllclent conduct of the business of the State. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General Newi Note. Division 3 met last evening. Dave Rcilly is out again after a severe attack of erysipelas.. As an impromptu speaker en any subject Attorney Tom Walsh ranks secopd to none. John Silk, of Division 4, is on the sick list, and is going to the Labor. natural, consistent and constant friend of labor and laboring people, I am In favor of lust, fair and ndequato laws safeguarding It, nnd their rights In all the pursuits of life. As a Margaret Mary Linehan, years old, died at her home in Cynthiana, following a long illness from a complication of diseases. She is survived by two sons, John, who is with tho American a forces in France, and Halpln, student at Purdue University, and ono sister, Mrs. John Collins, of Mason county. .Hor death caused a 'feeling widespread sorrow of throughout the city- - and county. Tho funeral was held at St. Edward's church with service by the Rev. Joseph Lingel. Burial "was at St. Edward's cemetery. Mrs. fifty-tw- o KNIGRTS OF COLDflBI Late Newt That Will Intereit Membera Here, and c-c-s- FUNERAL DIRECTORS , AND EMBALMERS. io-st-: jvxo-iia street. VVVWWVVWrWVWtWVWt'MSl the Ticaguc of Nations. the wtrld awaits The heart of -- f the conference the final result Paris, of the allied nations at way to nravlng that It will find a horrible and nd-m- I Am In Faor of and Stand I'm Agriculture. The greatest producing Industry In Kentucky Is farming. Agriculture Is the foundation and pillar of the State's wealth and prosperity. Essentlnlly It Is Important that tho State Kovern-men clve intelligent, careful'at-tcntlo- 1 to this Industry, andfnvor maklner tho Agricultural. Department financially able to render all needed services to the farmers of tho State. nt - springs to recuperate. iPeoplo of the West End are anxious for Division 3 to give another picture entertalnmtent. Those that have been given proved very popular. Tho Ladles Auxiliary of Indianapolis will open the social season after Lent with card parties ini Fountain Square and St. Joseph's A Halls. f!nnntv Prpsldont .Tnlin IT .TTon nessy is preparing a complete list of tho members who were in tho war service- to send to the National - WILL KEQUIItE is reported JErom TEME. avert such another That there-afte- r devastating war. st nations may be able to differences without resortarmed ing to may conflict. of And never world dothe lust again minion and the greed of power be such able to embroil nations In earth as convulsed thesigning from August. 19H. to the fA Leaguae,8ofCNatlons is the only hope of this accomplishment. ofThat the the power and permanence peace signed by the powers will depend upon a League of Nations, the large majority of the great thought of the world Is convinced. and I am for a League ofofNations great our Indorse the efforts President to establish such, and make It a part of the peace terms. Eleemosynary Institutions. One of- - the most Important function of the State uovernmont is the proper maintenance of tl. eleemosynary Institutions. Modern society demands that these be changed frotn institutions cunrdhouses for the Insane to psychopathic hospitals modern for tho treatment of the mentnllv diseased. To this end I pledge. If elected Governor, to place In choree of these Institution) trained men and women who will jrlve to these wards of the Slate the most modern, hurrano and scientific treatment pcsslble. In order that this end may bo property attained. It Is my opinion that theso Institution fcliould bo entlrelv free from any .kind of parti n cntrol. IV il Institutions. I am In favor of such improvements in these institutions a will bring them to .a high standard of modern ideas, and also that .these Institutions should bo free from political Influence and under nonpartisan co.Hrol. officers. Capt. Murphy expects a number of players on the Hibernian ball team to arrive homo from overseas service boforo the Twin City League season opens. Division 4 adopted resolutions on the death of Mrs. John B. Meyer, a siste ,oJk ,Tgm and John Callahan and a promlnpnt .niember of the Washington It that President Wilson upon his return to this country will Issue a call for an Inlustrial conference to be held either in Chicago or New Vork. The purpose of tho conference will be to enable capital, labor and the Government to join hands in an amicable programme for readjusting industry. It Is hard tosee just what such a conference can accomplish. We havo already had one conference of Mayors and governors, and it nearly broko up In a riot. Readjustment Is a very complicated problem, which will require, time to solve. Too much 'discission and doctrinaire proposals may only serve to complicate It further, y TloOATjVOStACTlVITIKS. , I Prohibiting the manufacture, sale of and transportation other spirituous, intoxicatvinous and malt or or ion liquors, and the enactment enneeded for a rigid such laws forcement of the amendment, , m In Fator or ami Stand lror the Constitutional Amendment. Woman Suffrage. of favor the enfranchisement and women under the Federal laws, by constituState suffraKe tional amendment and "otherwise as may be needed to consummate this right. fg 1 Paroles. 1 fnor the repeal of the present parole law and In Its stead, the cieation of a parolo board composed of the Governor, the Chief Justic9 of the Court of Appeals and the Attorney General, to meet on stated days, and every ninety days to pass upon application for parole. education. It Is of prime Importance that all the children of the State should have the best school advantages possible, to the end that illiteracy be eradicated from the State: also those who have passed childhood furunable to read and write be comnished the opportunity with petent Instructors to do so. Three-fourtof the children of the State live In the rural school districts and most of them are deprived of the educational advantages open to the children of the . cities. The stability of our Institutions, the future prosperity and our country development of depend largely upon the education of the children of the rural With a view of enschools. larging and better perfecting the facilities of rural schools, t am for an improved course of study In these schools, also for better rural schoolhouses, better equipment, better qualified teachers, with Increased salaries sufficient to obtain and hold such teachers In the rural schools. Pardons. Tho pardoning power Is vested In the Governor by tho Constitution and cannot be 'changed by legislative enactment. 1 pledge the people. If elected uovernor. that before passing upon any application for a pardon. Kive the prosecution J. will IM. through the aggrieved parties and tho Commonwealth's Attorney, due notice of such application having been made, nnd an' opportunity to boeardtf Tnede- granting a or refusing to do so. shall pardonbe demeilts of the case. Taxation. I stand for a Just tax law One that and equitable will ute the burden of taxation distrib- y equal-lupon all classes of property. Tho old tax law placed r ourden upon real estate, and our present tax law as applied not given the relief sought. has I shall stand for applying or amending this law to cure existing conditions. If serves, I shall ask neither method for Its repeal. ' Final. Should I become Governor. 1 will put the full force and power of mind and heart In the endeavor to give the peoplo a straightforward business administration. I love my State; and Jealous of Its good name; glory n Its fame and history and deem the distinction of holding the governorship of the Commonwealth of Kentucky worthy the ambition of any man. That I may have the opportunity to reach this distinction Is In your province to determine at primary. Should you selecttho as mo your nominee. I will be appreciative with a gratitude deeper than words can express; and should you In your wisdom Be- - ' lect another, you will And in me a loyal, earnest and willing worker for his success at the reneral election. Very respectfully,THOS. S RHEA. Advertisement. d Roads. road building, considering the hardships and obstacles It has had to contend with In the few years since ltfl creation. Believing that roads are second only to schools In upbuilding and developing tho State, I favor the passage of such laws as may be needed to firmly establish a system of maintenance and road building. Health. The health of the people should be protected; all sanitary the laws and laws to prevent enspread of disease should be forced, and the people educated to an Intelligent understanding of the necessity of the strict observance of these laws. I think that this department should be free from political influence Tho State road department has done a splendid work In The rest room and, bureau of employment and information of the Woman's Activities of the' National Catholic War Council are located at 657 South Fourth street, on tho east Bde, between St. Joseph's InBroadway. Miss firmary and Camllle' Detert, Field Secretary, Invites all .women and girls, our Catholics especially, to call and to urge those looking for positions to leave their nams with her. The business men of Louisville are also asked to call up tho office when In need ot girl or wdmon workers. The telephone number will be 3350. both pbones. It ,1s hoped, with the assistance of our Catholic women, to havo the rest, room open at night The and on Sununy afternoons. entire Ladles' Board of tho Visitation Home will call in a body at the rest room one night next week and will then volunteer individually as chaperones. These ladies havo also offered to jring current maga flowej-szines and Volunteers from other Catholic women's organizasuccess. tions are desired and their services Girls will oe greatly appreciated. CARDINAL TO CARDINAL. and women .from out of tho city are invited to make the rest room His Eminence Cardinal Mercier, their headquarters to rest between of Belgium, sent the following mes- trains or meet their friends. sage to Cardinal Logue: "It Is inconceivable that Ireland's PREPARE I OR CAMPAIGN. right to and nationhood bo not recognized by tho Be prepared tor tho Victory loan free nations of ithe world at the wise spendPeace Conference. Your country, campaign. Wis! saving,ot waste are the most faithful and venerablo ing and tho pre .ention daughter of the church, deserves what tho nation needs just now. It justice from all mankind and must will be Individ lal thrift on a descale that must be surely receive it." pended upon dn this country to reduce and ultimo tely to wipe out the huge indebtedness caused by tho war, and at the same time to "bear current expenses the increased which our new responsibilities will necessitate. Tlirlft as a national Ideal must not mean the stinginess X must not mean a of the miser. lowering of the standards of living in respect to wl olesomo food, warm clothing, comfortable and attractive homes, good ec u cation and wholeBut it should some enjoyment. if HrBwffllii mi ' mean tho elimination of thoughtless waste foolish e stravaganco and tho costly ostentatio a which breeds envy and foments social unrest. Waste of commodity, t imo or money benefits no one. Avoidance of waste is as important im peace as in war, both for tho individual ana lor ttio nation, une peopie oi a nuuuu must bo taushfr to "think before they spend.' . Ladles' Auxiliary. Ladles' Auxiliary ' 1 of South Omaha met and spent an enjoyable evening at tho homo of Mrs. Robert Thompson. These homo gatherings are very popular in many places. With the end of Lent the Literary and Entertainment Committee of Division 3 will again got busy. It Is the Intention to havo some "doings" at all tho meetings until warm weather sets In Every division would do well at. this time to Inaugurate a quiet but effective membership campaign. This has been done In a number of Western cities and all report their strength greatly increased. Tho Ladles' Auxiliary is trying to Increase to $250,000 tho fund It has been collecting to erect a memorial to the' Nuns of tho Battlefield tho members of Catholic Sisterhoods who nursed wounded and sick soldiers In the civil war. The slto for It has been selected and a design has been made. Their efforts are creditable and should meet with Bardstown will' havo another initiation on May 25. Tho Fourth Degree membership 1529 WEST MARKET STREET in St. Pnul is now 1,145. Last Saturday and Sunday 200 candidates received the three degrees at Cincinnati. Archbishop Moeller will close tho retreat for the Cincinnati Knights City 2360. Jfeta 2J60-In the Cathedral tomorrow night. A charter for a new council at Paris, Texas, has been granted. It starts with sixty-fiv- e names on the list. The new K. of C. $15,000 club house for the army filers at Rockwell Field, nenr San Diego, has been opened. 0 E. CHESTNUT LOUISVHiLB, KX. District .Deputy Donovan nnd his 'pntucky team scored big again at tho exemplification at Bardstown CLEVELAND MOTORCYCLE last Sunday. A very large class will soon receive the major degrees at St. Joseph. The council there alms to For messengers, collectors, business become the largest in Missouri. men, clerks, workmen, mechanics James B. Deery, of In- and farmers.; cash or weekly pay- FULL SUPPLY ALL KINDS dianapolis, State President of the ments. Ancient Older of Hibernians, has RIVER PISH been appointed District Deputy of R. L. DAVIS, Agent, OYSTERS AND SHRIMP tho K. or C. S. IV. Corner Seventh nnd Broadway At Indianapolis applications are SMOKED FISH being received at the rate of thirty each week. Within the next six MARTINSVILLE, IND. Both Phones 2G1G months it is expected to initiate four or five classes of 200 each. You do not havo to MISS MASS Tho membership drive at Evans-vlll- e when coming to this city for tho -closed with 455 applications mineral baths. Arrange to bo for membership. It is now tho be- Martinsville on tho third Sunday In of lief that the membership will reacli 1,600 before the close of the year. the month, as mass is celebrated only once a month. The Knights at Logansport, In'd., STOP AT THE are projecting tho erection of a home to cost ?75,000. The growth Cor. Brook and Market Sts. of the council there makes essontlal HIGHLAND SANITARIUM larger and more commodious quarUNDER CATHOLIC MANAGEMENT i..H"l'M"HM.H ters. T Gllmour Council ofCloveland has secured a CONFER IN FRANCE. leasehold of tho Colonial Club property on Euclid avenue, and will have the Heads of the Red Cross of Amerfinest club house for Catholic events ica, England, France, Italy and In Ohio. Japan are now attending a conference in Cannes, France, which Is HELPING THE SOLDIER. second only in importance to the meeting at Versailles, at which tho Disabled soldiers In the Lake di- - League of Nations will be formed. Lady 10c vision will profit by a now arrange-- , The conference is mapping out a ment between the American Red (Universal health programme to be Cross and the Federal Board for adopted by nations of tho world. A. . 5c Vocational Education. William P. Measures for handling problems of Janeways, formerly Red Cross as- - world relief in emergencies such a3 ; soclate field director ui. Camp Sher- - fires, famine and pesuience, souna .. rj nir 1 i the district vocational ways in which tho public health may MaOC office for Ohio Indiana and Ken- - be improved, and ways to relievo ','. T tucky to handle tho routing of all human suffering and dlstressare 4. g communications to Red Cross planned ter nome service workers and to arrange through tho local chapters REALLY GOOD SAIxADS. Right for Interviews with tho dlsablod men In their districts depend on the cook's when the Good results Leave Your Federal representative Ingenuity In devising unusual comboard's comes to town. binations of usual ingredients. Different salads are after all merely a FILMS question of different combinations. Where This Trade Here are somo suggestions ot combinations that may not have ocMark is Exhibited curred to you, but which may prove Iwenty-Foa- r Honr Service interesting: Tomato shells filled with chopped eto e c 1 .. 1 n -- ouwviiie figs and nuts dressed with mayon- ""Jcwnu or naiso served on lettuce loaves T. THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer L. D. BAX 717-71- FISH FOR LENT. Ex-Jud- itBfea. mlnety-nlne-ye- ar SMOKE TARPY'S Dash Little I DtSl LlStS t , chap-.bein- Start the Season tfODAK ( c "! rHB ATIILETid DIRECTORS. Twenty-fiv- e athletic directors are wanted by the I Cnights of Columbus for service in E urope. Already the organization hat sixty men, who thoir entire time to promoting sports among tl 0 American soldiers abroad. William J. Mulligan, Chalr- C. War Activities man of the K. Comlttee, who recntly Teturned to New York aft 6r spending four months on the other side directing K. of O. Secretaries in their work of entertaindng and. providing com- forts for the of dters, says that tho lad who won world's democracy too m lieh sports, and that can't to why tbe X of C. is aaxlotts to e more men wad mtom ,t de-vo- to tured in the East. Local printers should patronize him to tho fullest It is a good idea to patronize extent. His place ot business is loSouth Sixth homo industries and put tho seal of cated at your approbation upon them. It Btreot. may not bo generally known that 3USSAD OP MARTYR, of Frank Happell, manufacturer paints, also makes a high grade In tho library of the University Use ot printers' ink, and he is tho oaly ink manufacturer south of tho of Wuerzbarg, Bavaria, is preserved Ohio river. This ink is clear, a missal ot the Irish saint, St. black, durable aad cempares KillUm, who was martyred there favorably with all others manufac more than a taouMstl years ago. MADE HERE. 408-10-12 tt Hydraulic press in Philadelphia Mint turning out Distinguished Service Crosses to be conferred on our Yankee boys whose gallantry on the fteld of battle atltlea them to wear ,thls greately coveted medal. SERVICE CROSSES. OApT grrz QF lt peaty-liv- exprlMd JO ithleMs. Former holder of tho world's record for the 100 yard dash, about to leave London for Archangel with Amerisupplies for the d can treope and the Russians. hard-preesed short-ratione- j. spring salad. Sliced boiled beets and slices ot green peppers that havo been par I mako a specialty of fitting boiled and then sliced thin, served on lettuce leaves with mayonnaise glasses to these case3 and have bad or French dressing. Cold butter beans, sliced hard wonderful success. Call and see me boiled eggs and mayonnaise served before it goes too far. E..P. SMITH, on lettuce or other salad green. Cabbage and celery chopped and Optometrist, with C. M. WISEMAN combined in equal proportions, with & SON, 320 West Market street. a smaller quantity of chopped onions, served with a French dressSir yonx boys aa ducatlon tiwt will ing or a cooked dressing. prspsrs them for Ufa. Cold cauliflower, chilled and dressing and ST. served with French XAVIER'S COLLEGE spTlnkled with grated Edam cheese. 113 W. Broadway, Xk1it111, Xj. Sliced Bermuda onions, sprinkled with a little sugar and served on by the Conducted Ditl.n.lM. Xavertaa Brothers. H1t.al.nl ..! Di..Ih... watercTess with French dressing. cabbage, marinated in Couruts. Preparatory Deportment, LargeShredded Swimming- Pool, Well Equipped dymaaFrench dressing, and served on lum. Terms moderate; ttro. Benjamin, Ttr. sliced tomatoes, la a delightful lettuce. endive. pimentos beaten with Canned cream cheese and a little mayonnaise eerved on lettuce leaves. Tomatoes and diced cold boiled potatoes with mayonnaise served on I The Influenza Makes Eyes Weak. yoRK colery, mixed Grape fruit and with mayonnaise dressing. Parboiled green peppers, shredPRACTICAL HATTER ded, with young cabbage, shredded. Hats Remodeled, Cleaned and Chopped pickled beets, green or CleanBleeched. canned peas and mayonnaise mixed Dyed. Panama's of Men's Clothing. and piled in halved egg whites, ing and Pressing B. Hats at uttiu mjucu auu ajwu'iAiuu nmi John BMStetson Walnut Low Prices. Street.' West crumbed hard boiled eg yolks. :e. MORGAN V JbCESTXOHTSr XJFXII JkJMa&XtXCA. THE HOLSHEVIST HELL.. Radicals in America and England have been charging tho "capitalist press" with traducing bolshevlsm, while the witness or the Russian press has been lacking, owing to Lenlno's refusal to allow Russian newspapers to bo sent out of RusIn time, however, they havo sia. filtered through the censorship and illuminating some give they glimpses of conditions under bolshevlsm. Perhaps the most significant Is the following, published In a local newspaper of Brlansk, where tho Incident occurred: "Workmen's Soviet, Mourzllowka, Sept. 1G, 1918. Order to Comrade The Soviet hereGregory Savelleff. Gregory with gives to Comrade Savelieff full power to requisition according to his selection and on his Indications, for the use of the at division cantoned artillery Mourzllowka, in tho District of nnd VOUnC nrlnnolf nlvtv wnmpn girls of the bourgools and speculating class, and to conduct them to r II llll IHIllWII Price Mail Your Check t m m MKftf tKKHf AtKBttf JhR 'ABHBr E"'' WHF SBaF wp tho barracks." to We Invite our extremists meditate upon this abhorrent fact; also all Americans, especially thoso Inclined to listen to tho preachments of our extreme radicals of variety. the Debs and Haywood rights, Bolshevism scorns private even tho right to ono's own body. It erects a tyranny to which nothing is sacred savo its own power. It appeals to the passions and appetites of tho Individual and sustains by giving full Its own influence license to reward thoso who support It. It marshals all the ungov-erne- d forces of the most ignorant to destroy what civilized life is organized to protect tho safety of whnt nun has worked for. the se curity of life, tho virtue of women. Our radicals need not deceive themselves with the notion that Bolshetake any vism In America would other course. Its promise is to free tho proletariat, and it can gain authority only by letting looso tho unthinking appetites of men. Having sowed the wind it must reap the whirlwind. Its leaders can only ride the storm by giving way to It. Control and direction are Impossible. "What folly it is in such a country as ours to play oven with tho thought of such a thing. WITHOUT JUBHiKK. Never onco during all the sessions of the recent Now Jersey conference of the Methodist Episcopal day,Aprilfy-Saturn y KBBBBH BBBBBBBBBBW. a BhMHbbbbt m & Lbbbbwbbbbm bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbt mi H bbbbbbBBBH fili M .bbhbbbbb bbbbbbbbbbbbb bbbbm Mail Yo UY Check AHf church was tho national prohibition amendment made a subject of jubilation. Not even was a resolution passed to prevent the rejection of prohibition by New Jersey. Tho leason for ignoring entirely the Methodist prohibition jubilee was due, according to the Now York Times, to Edward J. Handley, Clerk of tho House of Assembly: Handley began a careful study of prohibition as it existed In Ocean Bradley Ashbury Park, Grove, Beach, Avon and other Monmouth county cities within a mile limit of Biadloy, the camp meeting town. As a result of his survey Handley asserted that 87 per cent, of the committed In Monmouth crime county occurred In the area where prohibition has been in force for upward of forty years, and that seven out of every ten murders that havo occurred in tho county have taken place within tho district where prohibition holds. This was hardly a record to give any cause for rejoicing even over :i Methodist prohibition victory. LOAXED TO NURSES. At Once 'JS Z2 sb At Once i h jBb HIbbbbbbW. jbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb-- . 19 "bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI The War Council of the American Cross before Its resignation appropriated $30,000 to bo used in making loans to nurses desiring to take courses in public health nursing and In providing scholarship? conducting in certain institutions courses in this work. Tho maximum amount to be loaned to any one nurse is $350 and the scholarships, which extend over four and eight month periods, amount to a maximum of $300 nnd $G00 respectively. It is intended that this fund he applied to aid nurses wishing to take up public health nursing. The principal purpose In asking for this sum was to arrange for the instruction from abroad of nurses returning the public who wished to enter All nurses health nursing field. benefiting by this Red Cross scholarship fund must agree to servo for one year under the Red Cross Public Health Nursing Service. Red MARRY FRENCH GIRLS. And This Is Final Notice! Remember (1st) that the Louisville Mansfield Lead & Zinc Co. owns the leases on four tracts (of 40 acres each) at Mansfield, Missouri, right where the mother lode in the great Ozark lead and zinc district is nearest the surface; (2d), that this company has proven its holdings by drilling and is already sinking the first shaft for its first mill, and (3d), that the officers and directors of the Louisville Mansfield Lead & Zinc Co. are chiefly the same gentlemen as those of the Kentucky Mansfield Lead & Zinc Syndicate, which company, already in operation, paid a monthly dividend of 2 in January, 3 in February and 3 in March. One thing's sure there is wealth in lead and zinc. Make the most of this opportunity! . '- -' Office Open Evenings Our office, Room 409 Starks building, will be kept open every evening this week until 8 o'clock we'll keep it open Saturday evening until 10. Remember the place 409 Starks building! Remember the price $1.00 now! Remember the last day Saturday, April 19 ! v The records of tho United States Consul In Paris show that more than 4,000 American soldiers havo married French girls. LATEST IN STYLES. Lace is bound to play a large in our summer dresses. LouisvillPMansfield Lead 6f Zinc Co., Incorporated. 409 Slarksy Bldg., Louisville, Ky. ' . Checks Mailed Saturday That those living out of Louisville may have the same opportunity as those in the city we will' accept orders, accompanied with checks, providing the postmark shows them to have been mailed Saturday, April 19. Remember the last day this week next Saturday ! part Jet runs along now regularly and has found many new stations. Daik blue serge Is one of the materials returned to fashion. Sashes are somthlng you really can't get away from this year. Gingham linings are among the newest Ideas for summer capes and The jumble of styles is so extraordinary that any kind of skirt may pass muster, Irish laco in particular Is returning to favor In frocks for spring and summer wear. Unbleached muslin Is daringly used to- line tho most gorgeous and luxurious of garments. The organdies and the pretty little dotted Swisses, are to be particularly good this year. Laco seems the April fashion yell. All aro using laces, and as for gold and silver laco there Is no end. Satin seems to bo again stretchln? Itself. It appeara constantly In the latest things from abroad ana Is uEed for both afternoon and evening - Inclosed find my check for in. payment for shares of stock in the Louisville Mansfield Lead & Zinc Co. Signed . Address coats Louisville MansMiljfat ' - jfnc i INCORPORATED. pK 409 Starks T. M. CRUTCHER, President. Bldg. Jittville States Is floating tSo Fifth Liberty loan. We made nmingoments from the beginning to after our sot- diers and sailors la) Issuing the In- Bunince. Those ar:mngeemnts must be carried out even IttrtticrVt It all mi til require more and wore bond issues t'.- meet this and osiers of our sol- emn obligations, - entucfe City and Main 2154 W. E. NEWBOLD, Treasurer. T. T. BEELER, Vice President. ' NAT C. CURETON, Secretary. Directors: T. M. Crutcher, J. C. Mahon, Nat C. Cureton, W. E. Newbold nndT. T. Beeler. gowns. This spring Paris has sent some And sure enough circus clothes. wear them Ameiican women will not thoroughly until they are pretty subdued. ""When comb'ined with sheer white organdy and trimmed perhaps with fluttering bands of black velvet, there la aothlng moro . bewitching than Irish lace. hato trimmed Mull aad straw real harvest with tkelr Bheaves uaioaMedly be home aKalrs will the llaterle dww obllgato whea real summer knocks at our doors. INSURING OUR FIGHTERS. When America went to war she not only raised the pay of her flght-Ui- R men, the men In the ranks Irom $15 to $30 a month, but she made ft possible for him to Insure hu life and his ability to support himself and his family. The amount of this war insurance ran Into hunch eds nnd hundreds of millions, The mat who stood In a muddy treach, knew that bo matter what Imppeaed to him that his dependents would be eared for 'from this Jrisuraac9 ironey. He paid his premiums, It is true, but these payments were &rallor than were over asked by owned a ay insurance organization by private Individuals. Back of this Insurance policy that the man and the sailor boy Bent Kerne to his folks stood the resources of the whole country. Every American dollar was back of that policy. The Liberty loans that were subscribed were backing the policies. Tho taxation schemes of the aatlon were pledged to mk'. them good. That is why the Ualted sol-d.- ei ALABAMA XNlGBTg Alalwtm The triwaiftl StoU eeflHPeeHieA .o4i. o-- f , OatheiTo 1922. and with excellent prospects for increased strength. The next conventhe tion will be held at Cullman In Knights of America, was hold In Montgomery, with delegates attending from all sections of th'e State Of local interest was the election of Rev. Father Emmet B. Kennedy, formerly of this city but now pastor DiIn Mobile, us State Spiritual rector, and John A. Hughes, also of Mobile but well known in Kentucky, as State Vice "President. Reports showed the order in good condition Knights' insuranco department. Had not tho influenza epidemic hit this With a record of almost 50,000 country tho death rocord, aside from men in military service, the Knights thoso due to war, would havo been of Columbus insurance department tho lowest In Knightfi of Columbus iocoikIs disclose tlmt In proportion his tor'. the numbei1 of deaths duo to wai HAVE KIND WORD. have not equalled thoso caused by Illness chiefly Influenza, Supreme Secretary William J. McGinloy, who A woman's influence Is very great prepared a statement comparLug for good or evil. A kind word the number of death by disease and from a wlfo or a mother may atay thoso due to the war, congratulates a man from untold evil, and one tho members of tho order on tho sham, bitter, thniizhtln.ua wnffl moc exceptionally good showing of the drive him to desperation, ARE HEALTHY LOT. iwrriroHrsr KtMTWKy iRIbH fWfcRKM PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. xjih A2vosjtxoA.i:Y3 II i - I LEFT OUT. , nrod and Monl Advncemtnt of Irish Americans ad Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Men's Institute and Catholic Knights of America. to the Social HOW THEN GENTLEMEN, WHAT KINO OF GOVERNMENT DO EACH OF YOU WANT? slll " 7Ht wwm' .. I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Incorporate. Enttred at the Loultvllte Poitofflce at Stcond.Clam Matter. Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c K4 ffllW ?w i ; V SV ftJ W iilLl l m til CommufilMtlMS to tho KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 319-32- 1 Witt Orein SI TRAPES MtEet COUNCIL, fr ,LOUISVILLE, KY.. A SELECT PARTY. SATURDAY, APRIL 19. T919 We, have no doubt that It is well naid lor. At this time every effort " . .. .J -- Jl I n in 1i VfH tl v i " Innl bw...DI lt HlPll fUlll ii8 ucauK uiuuio- iu uiiufj uumm ujiuii women, who play politics in a rerinea tttQ j cause, it is well to note 'way ono gentleman posed as a dele the papers that arc lending them gate from tho Catholic Prohibition selves to this hostile propaganda League, which society no ono had And there are plenty of them In this ever heard of here 'before. Maybo country. tho delegate Is like ono of the threo About the best investment for any tailors of Tooley street, having a sparo change you have is a Victory little party of his own. All Uncle Sam's bonds are bond. iFREEXD OF SJLVLL NATIONS. good. The Victory bond will bo the ' Bo an optimist and go pro- - best ever. any'of A I -- IBBBpfM'BBBBI . SttK?1' "Bfc5 I ' BBBmIbBBMHbwBjBP the We haven't heard English boosters on this side an- ' t0 " WAYS OF BEATING THE KAISER. "Billy," tho 469th Aero Squadron's mascot, is shown "licking the Kaiser," a stunt ho did for the corned tho boys when they arrived edification of the crowd that wel- - from Europe. . looks like the people have just to the gross Pari ament this past week said that hypocrisy of the prohibition fanatic- tile British Government In the past sm two years had undertaken the fol- ? against lowing measures . in and SEJDNARY COLLECTION. Ireland: Two hundred and soventy-on- o meetings sup raids, thirty-fou- r Tomorrow in all tho Catholic pressed, ninety-nln- o bayonet or churches of the Loulsvillo dioceses 1 54o sonrnnr 'rt, Kiv tho annual seminary collection for '. , I ., . the will bo i ... T,,.in. tajceneducation of priests ..u... up Following la the appeal lueama uum uvutiucui. prisons ana twelve insn papers of tho Right Rev. Bishop O'Donag-huOrimth. who in addressing the Irish RUG AND CARPET CLEANING No Place For Ireland at Peace Table. We sterilize every rug, thereby killing all disease germs that might have been brought into your home by the shoes. The Swiss methods protect the health of your home. rugs or carpets. Remember the Swiss Service Satisfies. , Murphy in Chicago Herald and Examiner. .i,na e: .?- - "Dearly Beloved Brethren: During tho season of Lent, now drawing to a close, we liavo been meditating It is not through anarchy that on tho sufferings of our Blessed Lord as shown in tho laborer can achieve his ond, Way pf tho Cross. the stations or Next week is but by a sane progressive system of way of tho Cross. On Sun trade unionists that will not ttisre day, April 20, will bo celebrated tho gard tho dictates of religion; by a great feast of Easter, commemorat- 5 the glorious resurrection of ouv . rightful usoof tho ballot which shall, Saviour. It will bo a day measures Dossed fop a assuro i.i. tho f joy tMhM chndTQ tliat can safely and surely help to 0r tno Bi0SBe(i Lord. bring about a truo democracy in "As you are aware, Easter Sun industry as in politics; and finally day Is tho day appointed for tho annual seminary collection, to be by a gradual education in taken up at each of tho masses on enterprises that will enable hlni that Sunday. This Is ono of the to take an Intelligent part In the important collections of the year, ownership and management of tne ana we respecuuny request me rav monni nf nrrwiiint inn nn whleh his crend clergy to give Its announce aptuiai Uliuilliou, lUfiUUH'r 3n nlnnn may ""-livelihood deponds. with whatever explanation they may wo hope for peace, contentment and fiee pr0per. Wo take pleasure in popular prosperity. mentioning that tho Easter colleo- tlons In past years have seen uniformly generous, and for this we THEY SHOULD LOSE. arc sincerely thankful. "An efficient and zealous clergy English journals quite frankly admit that British rule In Ireland Is necessary for the propagation and preservation of our holy faith. Th? has not been a success. They now priest is taken from among tho say that it is imperative to grant people, and is ordained for those to things that pertain to God. His some sort of self government Ireland. Just what form that will office Is to lead, to preach and to baptize, his tako thiey do not tell us; probably salvation and souls. life work is tho Each year death of somo new edition of tho home rule or disability lowers the number of bill that was treated as a scrap of active workers, and tho ranks must paper by Lloyd George and jhis Min- bo filled up, otherwise the spiritual isters. Wo have no expectation welfare of the people would suffer. The clergy are requested to take that such a. .bill will now satisfy up this collection at all the masses Jm will If nlnpnin flinl on Easter Sunday." rrnlnntV Triends of Ireland In America, CanPASSION PLAY LECTURE. ada and Australia. It is to these that can bo ascribed the present During tho holy season of Pas- rtitude of anxiety of the English siontldo Brother Benjamin, of St. lournals, Above all these do not.XavIer's College has been illustrat- want to lose ,ihe friendship of ing and lecturing on the "Passion imow Timv n,- - in n fntr wnv Play of Oberainmorgeau" hefor.' several large gatherings in Louis to lose it unless something Is done ville. Tho first lecture, Illustrated tor Ireland. 'by nearly a hundred slides, was pro sonted before the Knights of Columbus at their auditorium on Fourtn SLANDEROUS PROPAGANDA. 'ThnSA tlmt R!tu' ctrnnt lnat wo,lr h propaganda it were vory well pleased with tho Again tho is at work In this country. In a ovoning's lecturo. anu Jiavo asitea number of dallies there appealed the heaaing. -- wave or urtme sweeps and children of the Knights might Erin." Tho basis for this sensa-- , witness the pictures. The following tional caption was a dispatch from day he gave It before the student some Dublin correspondent to the bod Daily Mail and thence poate(1 lt bef01e the faculty of the London LTO ETERNAL REST. There will be a reception and carefully cabled, to this country Presentation Academy. On Tuesday dance for members of tho Knights - the Sisters and inmates of tho Which alleges that Ireland Is meritMrs. Ellen Hallinan's death on on of Columbus and their ladles at Tneadnv at itho home of her daughIng tho tltlo "Land of Assassins." Homo of the Good Shepherd tho club house next Monday street had the opportunity of ter, Mrs. Joseph Dougherty, 3809 Organized murder and outrage stalk Bank wltnesglng thls Bent rel,B,0U3 West Broadway, removes a well country, this corrc-- . (irama, and under the auspices of through the known and lovable Catholic woman announces from this community. All through Mis Maiy Minoguo spondent states, and scarcely a week the War Activities Knights of goes by without some terrible crime, Columbus Brother Benjamin spoke tho engagement of her daughte". lifo her genial disposition and inMiss Mary Fiances, to William .1. Thurs-isorvico to others la said a secret society is resnon- - and BavG tho PIctorlal lecture Campt Fallon. The wedding will take placr clination to be of won her tho friendship of a wide day bofQro thc sol(liers at In Mnv j" uuio iw una clrolo of friends and acquaintances acliar' Taylor. seventy-eigh- t was us strong, society, which is Mrs. Halllnan vcars old, and is survived by her Jr MADE FRIENDS HERE by the Catholic church. Hospital, Hci Thomas Halunaa ..... . . . . j at tho Citvr.usier wuiuleft. yesterdpy husband,took place Thursday mornFaced by a community too terrified ius parcnis,, funeral Gen. John E. McMahon. formoflj Mr, reu Mrs. pollco rnmmnnder of Cams Zachary 'fnv. to expose tho crimes, tho J. F, Bohannon. at ing from Sacred Heart church. Rev. and Pniimr Pii.tirlnlr Wnlf.li celebrating are helpless and it is Impossible to ior has been placed in charge of Waylaud Ky. the reaulem high mass. A tribute gain conviction. Only tho powerful ' the army recruiting otnees in rnna- The engagement of Miss Rose was tho presence of so many old . Tito nnnnlTvtmpnt in thlR n. -i ilnlnliln Conley and an position, It is 'believed, will mak nounced, thoTheodore Henle Is place neighbors and associates. marriage tUeso crimes hm OXHOftlclo head of all recrultltffe at St. Brigld's church to tako on WednesDAUGHTERS OF. ISABELLA. cuarge anu wo work jn the district, Gen. McMahon, iNote tno flimsy evidence for lt. Scarcely awho has been on sick leave for two day, April 30. At tho regular meeting of Louls-vjrll- o week passes without somo terrible months at French Lick, loft Tuesday Tho Holy will Circle, Daughters of Isabella, to assume hia new duties. He rc- - entertain with Rosary Alumnae acadcrime. Wflth a population of about Knights tho Zachary Taylor last emy auditoriuma dance atWednesday held Tuesday night at the arrangeported next four millions, entire freedom from of Columbus Hall, final VlUlo ort overseas service crimo could' scarcely bo expected In (n pianco Gen. McMahon command- - evening, and tickets are being is- ments were mado for the danco to by tho members. be given at the Louisville Hotel next rreland. But even one crime a week ed tho Fifth Regular Division of sued' Friday night. Any information nmld such a population oven If It the army, which saw fighting in tha by may bb Mrs. Hannah to Argonne Forest and in Belleau tho encagoment Brennan announcei callingnsMrs. tickets Rankin, had v i Park-wawere truo that tho avorago is so of her daughter. George Mc- The assignment of Gen. Bronnan, to 425-Miss Florenco Franke, high is scarcely sufilcient to justify Mahon to Philadelphia will place Miss Mao Florence J. or Miss Genevieve tho heading In hlg typo that a wave him near his son, Major John B. Georgeplaso Lodde. Tho wedding will Shawnee 1C18-on April 29 Arrangements take 1498-Dowllng, A secret McMahon. Jr., who is commandant of crime sweeps Erin. were also mado for a card party aP of tho Officers' Training School at society is Alleged to be behind these Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Bannon wero the'Tylor Hotel on May 2, tho proUniversity. Gen. McMa- bo an will Organized murder and out-- 1 Princeton a legion of friends during hosts at a dinner given at their gramme for which crimes n in nounced later. rago stalk through tho country. Tho his short stay In Loulsvilk), and homo on tho Bardstown road W. society Is not named, though It Is. every soldier found him his friend honor of Gen. Daniel CampKetcham, Zachary commanding officer at MILTiIONS FOR CATHEDRAL. strong and denounced by tho Oath- Taylor SHOWS. START BOXING Strange that it Is not olic church. Disposing t f an estate estimated Louisville people ,ln Now York of named. If that is the case. Tho poStarting this month tho Knight City tho past week were E. J. Miller, at nearly $5Q00,C0Q. tho will dry Baltimore the of Columbus aro going to regularly E. Meriwether, J. M. Zahwr, J H. Thomas O'Ndll, llco aro helpless, and only merchaat, provides that church can prevent those crimes. conduct shows In tho gymnasium of Graensteln. Lieut T. Fisher MIs goods of the residue of his possespreventing the Now York Athletic Club for E. E. McBroom. Miss M. G Powell, sions bo used for the erection of Blamo tho church for not a rfiiun omim, C. E. Phillips and G. E. Vatter. thorn that Is tho obvious thing to BOIUICTS ana sailors hospital and :hat. tho remainder of Chairman of tho New York Chapter at several Blacken Ireland as much as War Activities Committee of tho K do. week tho residue, estimated H. Haager spent armagementa in Col. J Orleans attending latf con- millions, bo given to Cardinal Gibpossible, and lay tho blamo on the of C, has mado tho Now of a fund for bons as tho church. That is killing two birds whereby boxing entertainments will vention of tho Internntioiwl Associ- the erection nucleus Cathedral In it a new for gobs and dough- ation of Praco Officers. During Col. This Is but a sample be furnished big with ono h Street Haagot's absence Mrs. Haaeor has that city. Loyola . Colloge, Balti- a boys at (ho $300,000 for of the propaganda that is being Club. This will be th oaly place been visiting relatives in Chicago. more. recelWd at Guilford, a chureh to 4 spread in" this country by press In the city of ,the hospitals Mr. and Mrs. John McAteer, who'eubHrb of th.eity. tgeaeles that are hostile to Ireland. I whero boxiag shows are held. ANARCHY AND LABOR. Thirty-secon28-2- iiiii,. , " -- anti-Iris- """ ttta Jfiia have been spending the winter with their daughter Mm James Wlnter- AnHl 21 Entertainment for Holy smith, in Ada. Okla., left last week Trinity church in hall at Kentucky to visit their son, Vincent McAteo, "w a leading citizen of Comfort, and Dupuy streets. v. i Anril 20. 21. 22 Annual carnival of Trinity Council, Y. M. I., in hall, Xrre. r. Lee pfeiffer was host at Baxter and Morton. fAn.lnSr nhnwnr nn Thursday April 21. 22. 23 Holy Cross afternoon in honor of Mies Chris- to Church Vaudeville Rovlew, In school tlno Pfeiffer, whose (marriage d and Broadway. Lieut "W". Allman Gates will tako hall, 9 April Carnival of Nations, place on April 22. Those presentuerwere Misses uenita uuurpny, St. Cecilia's school hall. May 6 and 7 Annual charity en- - iP1"0 uF8tma?;,fit",!.riMi'e" "? tertalnment of Ladles' Sowing So- - Bos,cr' VIoU Bornivassor. mMuim ciety for St. Anthony's Hospital at ,,. Phoenix Hill Hall. vr.i Trirfo,. nntcrtnln.-w- l May 8 Moonlight excursion of Saturday afternoon at lunoheon Athletic Club on Steamer In homo hv hrldco ' Hichland avenue at her Island Queen. In honor or her .Moonlight evcursions couwn, 5 Mils? Juno Christine riiuer given by Trinity Council, Y. M. I. Thoso nresant woro Mesdams C. E Ball, R. Leo Pf elf for; Misses Ariel la Roilinff Margaret Malone. WlU'el mlna Waller, Bcnita Murphv. Gei Viola J trudoC'iristman, Gorman, Bornwozcr Maiy Kathcrmo Alie Shoo ban, Dorothy Duane, Ann Shoolmi Margaret Boslpr, Ida Raidt, Irnia Klapheke. Mrs. Martin Donahue i visiting JOE 1IIGGINS IN STATES. her fclster, Miss Lillian McQueen, In Ashevillo, N. C. News was received here Wednes Mrs. Charles C. Conway, of Syra- day night that Joseph N. HlgginM cuse, Is the. guest of her patents, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Higgins and a member of the Mr. and Mrs, J. B Wiathcn. har Irish American force, Misses Mary and Louise Haulon landed at Now York and was sent will .rive a party at the Woman's to Camp Merrltt, N. J. Joe Is a member of the famous Fifth RokI- Club tho Monday aftei Easter. rment, United States Marines, win Misses Eleanor and Phoebe Har- obtained world fame ana maue i ris returned Tuesday froni a stay page for themselves in history bj stopping tho German rush on Paris of two months at Bilcxl, Miss last July In the battle of Chateau Mrs. Leo DeSpaln and childien Thierry. In that battle our young have been visiting at New Haven, marines not only Stopped tho rus.i the guests of Mr and Mrs Henry of the Prussian guards, tho flower DeSpaln of the German army, but turnea them back In utter rout, this battle William Raney, of St. Louis, will In the opinion of army critics being arrive tills morning to spend Eastor tho turning point of tho war in with his aunt, Mrs. John swift, on favor of tho Allies. Just previous South Sixth street lo the close of tho war Joe received from a wound in tho shoulder Misses Anna Mae, Mary and Made- bursting shinpnol and was in the are ' visiting at line Baldwin hospital for several months. He the guests of Misses Mary has been overseas for a year and Leo and Stafford McKenna. wxoto recently that ho will be content to get back to tho land of David J. Rellly, of Mrs. HOC peace, liberty and happiness anl streot, has been Confined to will want nothing more exciting for Soventh her home the past ton days with an tho next fow months than to plcic attack of acute indigestion. the winner of tho Kentucky Derby. Joo Is sure of a real welcome from John J. Furoy, of Zane stteet, has tho folks back home and the many been at Sts, Mary and Ellzabeth'3 friends who arc proud of our young Hospital since Monday undergoing marine. an opoiation for eye trouble. COMING EVENTS. nv-id 13-1- . Wc dye in one piece your 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 con- atminated by coming into contact with rugs from unsanitary homes. house-cleanin- Repairing of Rugs and Carpets our specialty. ! SOCIETY. Swiss Cleaners and Dyers INCORPORATED We Operate Seven Branches Plant: 8 609-61- 5 Office: 617 S. Fourth St Ken-luck- y- S. Sixth St. PHONES 2207 M4plWBBBHMBmnWlll VnHHnfBBSBBmHHHBBBH. .MHEirfllHIHSflrBBBftwX this house h I Fait-flel- d, lilWwfiKffilBRHHi UMiBBl lnHSeffiSU jPKPHliilS V,S FOR Hi nrO LIGHT RENTEDlRB J i uib"u . ed X .., 1 1 a LANDLORDS eleclric service means satisfied, re- liable tenants. TO HOME OWNERS electric service means happy, d contented families, a home. TO HOUSEWIVES electric service means ease, com-foand convenience in housekeeping. Investigate our Low-CoHousewiring Proposition today. Small cash payment one year to pay. Telephone Main or City 2182, Commercial well-ordere- rt st dg-Rir- ed J; J, Louisville Gas & Electric Co. (Incorporated.) 31 1 West Chestnut Street one-thi- rd l sto-no- . Flfty-nlBt- t NEWPORT. Knights of Council, Columbus, has decided upon tho erection of a $25,000 addition to their prosont home. Tho council Is now assuming such .numerical pro- - Newport portions that tho present Inadequate, and tho movement to build a homo In tho rear of tho present homo meets with general satisfaction by the members, who are generously responding to tho meeting call for the purchase of stock cer place in the club houso is wholly tificates. The new addition will comfortably accommodate all meetings, Initiations, receptions, etc., which the council and its friends may bo interested in, and will bo the natural Catholic center of Campbell county. i "r I V O - " 7 J jHCESJCiaoJKV idbish AAdDBHsciOAar. TRY We Oive and Redeem Surety Coupons. i5T QsLiverPlls "THE PjLL THAT WILL." " """ put Li tINW V HENRY C HER DUPLEX OIL CO. INCORPORATED. ! Gloves, Hosiery, Sllk-GIove- s; Underwear Geo. H. Dlmlck, Jr., President. For Women and Children double-tippe- d fancy roll-to- p fin- , Children's Sox; gers; Kayser's wmto box, in nanasomo comclasp; all sizes; black and binations; Sizes 4 to 8 Vt white and white with blade per pair. 35c stitching; per pair .,. 85c Sizes 9 to Milanese Silk Glove ; heavy qualper pair. 40c ity, with double-tippe- d fingers; longth Misses' Sox; the colors are white, blacK, gray and champagne, with self with 'fancy top; per pair....50c and contrast stitching; per Children's Union Suits; tho s Pa'd $1.35 "Pearl" knit waist, In the style; ages 2 to 12 years; Long Silk Gloves; Milanese silk length J. In the new just out; the price, per garment..............75c mousquetaire; Women's Union Suits; lisle union colors are gray 2 self and contrast and pongee, suits In low neck, sleeveless 2 embroidery; style with laco and cuff per pair. $1.75 knee; pink or whlto; priced at 85c and 50c Cliamolsctto Gloves; the now stylo, with wrist strap; In Athletic Union Suits; for women; white, champagne, brown and made of check nainsook with 5 gray; per pair 1.85 elastic webb back and crotch; Long Chnmoisctto Gloves; wash-- , all sizes; priced at $1.50 and able; in the now stylo $1.35 length for bell In 0 white, champagne sleeves;gray; Women's Silk Hose; seamless; and high spliced heel, double sole, per pair. 1.50 lisle top; black, white and all the new shades; per pair..$1.00 KM Gloves; imported, overseam only, 5 sown; In white pair. with aelf- - Women's Silk Hose; seamless; stitching; per high spliced heel, double solo. $2.00 lisle garter top; seam up tho French Lambskin Glomes; back; black, white and all the ton clasp; overseam sewn; self new shades; per pair. $1.35 and contrast embroidery; the 3 pairs for $4.00. colors are black, tan, gray and whlto with black embroidery; .Women's Silk Hose; all sizes; per pair. iuuuu uuvau aim uuau, miii 92.50 spliced heel, double sole, lisle French Ileal Kid Gloves; garter top; black, whlto and ton clasp; overseam sewn; self colors; por pair. $1.75 and contrast embroidery; white 5 with black, black with whlto, Misses' Silk Hose; seamless,shaped, high spliced heel, douchampagne, tan, brown and 2 gray; these gloves havo just bio sole, seam up tho back; been received from France and colors black, whlto and navy, per pair are a handsomo quality; per $1.25 1 pair $1.35 $3.50 llronzo; per pair two-butt- on '. They work like a charm. Every box sold to satisfy or your money refunded. For Sale by Your Druggist packages. In 25-cc- nt m.k. ,- Louisville, Ky. Par lvalue f-.- $1.00 Per Share Now Sell at 75 Cents over-subscribed 0; 1 three-quart- er HIBERNIAN DIRECTOR! .. The manner in which the Duplex Oil Co. was organized inspires public confidence. Our issue of 250,000 shares at 50 cents was far , in one week from DIVISION S. -1 First and third Fridays, Hibernian 0 Portland. Home, President Tim O'Leary. Vice President Walter Murphy. Financial Secretary John 1850 Portland avenue. A. Recording Secretary John Martin. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Martin Shee-ha1818-182Brod-erlcn. ,. '. .date of our announcement. We will now sell 50,000 shares at 75 cents. Before this ip vf'-- sold we will have com- - vA'plcted two wells, one on the Pendergrass lease in Lee county ,i and one on Collett lease in ' ?Ross Creek field. Our stock will advance to par in a few days. Buy now, while you can secure some at 75 cents. , 49. M svl J J Sentinel Thomas Noone. 4 DIVISION 4. Meets second and fourth ! Bertrand Hall, Sixth street President John J. Barry. Vice President Mark J. Ryan. Recording Secretary -- - Lawrence Mondays , i The personnel of the DUPLEX OIL COMPANY is a safeguard and guarantee'. The men back of this Company know the Oil Business! To build a successful Company you must have successful, practical management, and in organizing the DUPLEX OIL Ify COMPANY each man has been selected with the greatest possible care for the place he is to fill. $ t I "M D. Meany. J J iull-fas- h- Financial Secretary Thomas J. Langan, 2114 Halo avenue. Treasurer John P. Burke. Sergoant-at-Arm- s Patrick Con nelly. Note Carefully Who These Men Are: George H. Dimick, of Huntington, W. Va., President of the DUPLEX OIL COMPANY, is also President of the Yolanda Oil Company of Kentucky, Director of Keystone 'At Gas Company, former Manager of Federal Oil Company and National Refining Company, which management he resigned from to become President of the DUPLEX OIL COMPANY. He has been an active producer for twenty-seve- n years, and his ability as a proi v.". ducer is recognized by the largest companies. Mr. Dimick knows every feature of the pro- ducing business of oil and gas v L. C. Young, of Lexington, Ky., First Vire President of the DUPLEX OIL COM- -' PANY, is also Vice President and General Manager of the Pyramid Oil Company, and Vice President of the Rex Oil Company. Mr. Young is well and favorably known as a A H Sentinel M. J. McDermott. I PERPETUATING EMPLOYMENT. Among tho special recommendations In the Bishops' labor programme calling for Immediate attention Is tho perpetuation of the Unltd estates Employment Service. of unemployment, Tho problem moat acute at tho present moment, Is unfortunately "with us always." It is too vast for any single agency of on.l .nulla fnr tlin State, municipal and private bureaus In coordination with tho national Tho need of Government service. this institution '"becomes the greater Is de in Tironorlion as tho army mobilized, but oven In the most normal days of peaceful industrial development an eniigntenoa moor legislation will never dispense with this Instrument. Canada has created a permanent employment system within tho nast vear. England estab is continuing the servlco lished by her years ago anu nas It further developed and enlarged perGermany had during the wai fected a highly efficient system previous to the outbreak of hostilities, offering every faculty, including cheap meals evon, to tho workers waited at the employment who bureaus, and most moderate railway terms where transportation was re-....- i-. ? man of high standing and integrity. . III! a 1(1 11 v""lll I II 11 lilt f tt 11 iiiiBBB" mWmm II , Eli Howell, of Winchester, Ky.,.Sccond Vice President of the DUPLEX OIL COMPANY, is also President of the Montezuma Oil Company, Vice President and General Manager of the Torrent Company and stockholder in the Paramount Oil Componj'. Mr. Howell is known as a man of ability and integrity. The Paramount and Torient Oil n Companies ore known as wo of Kentucky's big producers and backed by financiers. V 0i well-know- John M. Hodgkin, of Winchester, Ky., Treasurer of the DUPLEX OIL COMPANY, AImMJS chew. ill lU Qhn will iinnhtlpRslv e re- - ,"'' ' is one of Kentucky's . well-know- n bankers. He is a Director in the Bonanza Oil Company and Peerless Oil Company, and has large holdings in the oil field; Secretary and Treasurer of the Miller-Prewitt-Go- ff a Land. Oil and Gas Company. enter tho race of world-trad- new and equally efficient exchanges. For tho United States tnereiore vi with Come on I Now for a real tobacco treat Hit up your old pipe or take a man's size chew and sec how this waxy, mellow, old twist warms the cockles of your heart. The smell of it alone will take you right back for more. Aek for War Hawk! At all live merchants I I Guaranteed by John D. Moore Tobacco Co. INCORPORATED. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY WeWANTYOURWORK We're Prepared to Do It Promptly and in First-Clas- s Style. PRINTING Cards, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Dodgers, Etc. Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty. HOME PHONE 946. discontinue her employment service at this period would be sheer folly. Wo are scattering money broadcast and squandering It In a thou Hero is a real need sand ways. for It. But in reality mere is question nf navlnc and not of lavishing he nation's wealth. Quick, accurate Information on labor supplies and shortages, and the pooling ani shifting of these supplies to meet tho needs of tho hour, and all this service steadily supplied to business a trainea man and worker oy nationally, per-,can nnnrntinp save the country millions of dollars. Nothing could be more penny wise and pound foollsn , man to aesiroj which has this national aiteady obtained a fair degree of eniciency, in order to save a sum new Postoffice3 which twenty-fiv- e Thero ,.,,,,,1,1 not nn tomorrow. could be no more expensivo economy uv than to begin our savings at cost of Industry and labor. Is the first condition fo- contentment. popular It must do remeniDereu iuu m.. our system of employment offices is not an idea born of war emerThe need was discussal gencies. for years before tho possibility of tho war had first darkened" our horizon. It toad oven been debated In Congress. Its first draft was mado by me uureau 01 immigration in 1907, because of the urgent need of the immigrant for accurate information on his opportunities for work. Labor shortages merely emduring the phasized the parallel helplessness . of " wjh our Diggesi employe glehanded with the problem of labor distribution in a national crisis. It Is the purposo of the Department e of Labor mat xno imiyiujuicui. Bhall render equal facilities to innnnpfiment and labor and observe In any case of perfect neutrality dispute. America. m Thomas R. Reid, of El Reno, Oklahoma, Secretary of the DUPLEX OIL COMPAn NY, is a man in Gevornmental affairs; of Oklahoma House, and a prominent Attorney. Mr. Reid has moved to Louisville to assume his duties as Secretary of the DUPLEX OIL COMPANY. well-knower DEVELOPMENT: Our development will be pushed as rapidly as rigs can be secured and work started. No leases will be bought" by the DUPLEX OIL COMPANY until passed on by our geologist and field men, and we will buy only those on which we feel sure, and absolutely fl sure, we will get good producers. sen-ice- PRODUCTION: The DUPLEX OIL COMPANY holds a contract for the purchase of certain properties in Ross Creek and Big Sinking fields on which there is now flush production of 250 barrels per day. On these properties there are now two rigs drilling, and this production . Em-ninvm- can be increased to 500 barrels per day in a short period. this week. We will complete two wells na-tinn- .nl STOCK OFFERING: , J war-peri- od -- 4 ' "-ic- t The DUPLEX OIL COMPANY will sell 50,000 shares of stock at seventy-fiv- e You (75c), which money will be used for purchasing production and for development. thing in buying DUPLEX OIL Stock, and that is that you will be in one are sure of one Oil Companies, a company which of Kentucky's largest and most succesfully-manage- d .will, at all times, do that which we feel is to the best financial interest of all stockholders. Capable management is a guarantee of success in any business, and the DUPLEX OIL COMPANY is organized of men known to practically every oil operator in this and other cents (75c) will be oil fields. We have no hesitancy in saying the issue at seventy-fiv- e taken quickly, and feel that this stock will go to par, or $1.00 per share, in less than 10 days. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN aie WEST GRRBN 0VREBT. If You Are f mu x HOWARDSTOWN. C MMIW an Employer EGGS AT EASTER. And Need a Girl Worker, OR If You Are a Girl Worker And Need a Position Main 3359 first the Easter eggs were taken to tho templo and blessed by the WomiH's Actlvitif j, priest, and then distributed to one's National Catholic War Council friends and .family. But after awhile they came to stand merely 057 Sontk Fourth St. for a festival, when they could eat tho eggs that had been denied them Side Fourth, Near Broa'dway. during East Lent. It la Impossible to say CAMILLE DETERT, wkea the first mntlOH Is made of Employment Bureau. Easter eggs. CALL US City 3359 Tho use of Easter eggs Is common to all Christendom, and seems to bo a symbolic tradition of tho primitive church. It Is explained in various ways. The most probable theory is that because of the phe- with success. nomenon of hatching it was chosen TELLS TUB STORY. as a symbol cf the resurrection. At T.. rtinnlhort fihmllt. TjaS--HOWamSn. A.n'.9 nnrlah town, has started a movoment for tho erection and furnishing of a residence In .conectlon wdth the parochial school thero, and is now receiving subscriptions. Members of viW. me congregation mo as Of securing a number of Sisters )S .i..v.., ! Vin nhlldran. and it be expected that tho building will ready before .September, so tho iichool can begin with the fall seenion. Father Schmltt's undertaKing s a laudable ono ana snouia meet -j Get in while you can buy at the low price, for in every properly managed Company in Kentucky all stockholders have, and are now making money. We will make this one of, if not the largest in the State. Address all communications to DUPLEX OIL COMPANY, Republic Building, eighth Louisville, Ky. Make all checks for stock payable to DUPLEX OIL COMPANY. floor, DUPLEX OIL COMPANY, Winchester, Kentucky. Office with J. B. Pierce. DUPLEX OIL COMPANY, Louisville, Kentucky. Republic Building. Office Rooms 810-81- 1 Take pride in your Liberty bond button, wear It and keep It. It la a decoration that for the civilian takes rank with tho service stripes of the overseas men. Those of the Fifth Liberty loan are Just as significant and just as important as tell those of the earlier loan. They 100 the same story f service of per coat. AmerieaabKn. c-- DUPLEX OIL CO INCORPORATED S t. is rv r O ckY -- .' 9 1 A. t-- i ajvub: ..i , y ii ovj. .n.. .1 A i HERMAN STRAUS ..... ........ v . ruuHin Avenue ..rrranraArm fi SONS MARKET STREET ..I..... iWHir.TBw,iarwiiii i., iiiiim. .1 T"l jt ...i..t. t ,. - . ""' wai Shoes For The Kiddies For First Communion, Confir- We Giva and Redeem Oold Trading- - Stamps. SEE OUR mation and Easter, Each j oar mo carefully plan our stocla to meet children's roqulic-nient- s for thesj events. Tills year 111 find scores of rightly dej 011 signed shoes Mhich excel in quality of material and shocmaking. Tho vnlucs aro lasting wear and freedom from foot torture. two-fol- d Easter Offers THEY WILL DELIGHT YOU. llaBsaaSA LADIES' EASTER SUITS A showing of the newest and most distinctive print? modes. Spring styles in Wool Batiste. Fancy Dres Silk Fabrics in all desirable shades. Hawaiian Cloth and Dress Voyles. All the new models and styles known in fcVyy8BBHBA'jSBBEiiJBRtfr w Artistic Spring Millinery Women's Fine Footwear in all the latest styles. Union Suits. Spring sale of Men's Light-weight jF HjfliiJBLHH&illlHHliBBRB jiMKjMBwBBBilBBroLg J jufLJhe.4v,mVs Ik BHIB iPBBHBI Backskin High and Low Alodels Priced $3 to $6 White CauVan Kid BBHBBHBBBsBtoBkBwBkCl 41t-- tl WAYS OF BEATING THE KAISER. "Billy," the 469th Aero Squadron's mascot, is shown "licking the Kaiser," a Btunt corned the boys when they arrived edification of tho crowd that wel- - from Europe. FOURTH MEKUbS he did for the. Men's Silk Shirts 1 In an endless variety and offered at popular prices. Infer-Southe- rn WILL DIE HERE Archbishop Patrick J. Hayes Outlines Basic Principles From Which Any Lasting After the War Reconstruction Must Proceed. Life Insurance Co. JAMES R. DUFFIN, President. liOUISVUjLE, Kl. policyholders and whose standing and courtesies with all of the American Life Insurance Companies give it a position of tho very . highest rank? . k Why not take an agency for a conservatively managed, medium sized, clean, progressive company, whoso treatment of agents and Where tho homo is brightest ; Where tho work Is lightest; Where tho meal Is cooked best; Where tho range stands tho test tho where That's "Quick Meal" comes In. Where the Quid! Meal Comes In Where work Is quickly done; Where cooking seems real fun; Where baking gives delight; Whore drudge Is out of sight That's where the "Quick Meal" comes In. ttiLAi N The True Remedy For Violent Social .and Industrial Unrest Is a Return to the Principles of Christian Charity and Forbearance. Qalek Maal Gas RaaKa Sold, Installed aad Highly Ksoommtadtd GEHER & SON, INCORPORATED 215 W. MARKET ST. CAPITAL, RESERVE AND SURPLUS FOR OF POLICYHOLDERS MORE THAN $4,500,000 PROTEC-TIO- atxwgiMi,i I oawBA:N"e3Efce I tiiiiminmntminininninn The State Is to be entertained if they aro feasible Archbishop Patrick J. Hayes In a perfect sooiety. NAME, PER TON. an (Interview putllned tho basic likewise a 'perfect society. Tho fam- and adaptable and are not In viola"Taylor" any of the laws to which I principles from which, ho feels, any ily is a perfect unit. We start out tion of Western Ky. $5.90 lasting reconstruction on that. It is axiomatic. Every In- bavo referred." "Harlan" 6.75 Black Beauty N you revolutionary "Do LIFE INSURANCE CO. think must proceed. His Temedy for vio- dividual who is included in any one lent social and industrial unrest Is of those groups n whatever capacity movements aro likely to make any 7.1U Straight Ureek "fioneer" LOUISVILLE, ICY. a return to the principles of Chris- has first of all lias own individual headway in tho United States7" "Jellico' 7.10 Wilton Mines tian charity and fqrbearance. "Tho personality, and is entitled to his "I feel that any revolutions which Sormon on itho Mount," ho said, "Js full nights as an individual and may be brought about in our coun rTTTTTTTTI still VY rTTm TTTTTTT the ultima thulo of all human protection in them. He gets .all his try will ,bo orderly, whether social, 1 MADX IN LOUISVILLK. believe existence." The face of Ills church, rights and privileges through his economic or political. DOMESTIC STEAM he said, is set against tho Bolshev- relation to one or the other of those ihere is enough and more than e American ism which, has Europo In ferment groups and It is the duty of tho enough left of tho JAS. J. GRADY, Sales Agent JAS. J. McTISHE, Salts Agent He believes that tho rights of the church and of society to see that spirit, which made this nation what R. A. WATSOM, Mjnazer individual aro in jeopardy and must those (rights and privileges, which it is cleared the foiests, built the n I cities and started tho wheels of Inare ore maintained. bo defended. make any "Radicalism," declared the Arch am speaking in broad generalities," dustry revolving to bishop, "is striking at the very roots explained the Archbishop, "because revolution, social, ecomlc or politiIS EXTRA GOOD. I believe the sltiuatidn we face must cal, of the European brand imposof what we have been fighting for 1 BUY IT. TRY IT. namely individual liberty within Us be dealt with according to broad, sible here. We aro passing through Correct Glasses Are as Important as the Right Medicine. lt proper channels." The Archblshlop fundamental prinolples." His strong, a period of transition. It is a SMILES. time, fraught with pitfalls and has no fear that extreme radicalism finely moulded face was alight with We Make Glasses to Meet the Requirements of will get any foothold In America. Interest in his subject. Ho rose and vexations. But I feel that the ASK ANV MAGIC-KELLE- R Oculists' Prescriptions. The interview took place in tlio paced the floor for several minutes period of readjustment, will be short. OCULIST Peace is tho great necessity. Once audience room In the rectory of old before he resumed. INCOIlVOKATiajJ St. Stephen's church, where tho "On the other hand," he con- Iho thinking American people know 'K'k'fcA A A A A A AAA AAA'M otAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Archbishop continues to reside In tinued, "there are principles of Ihe terms of peace and sea the way J mercy and charity whioh are to bo clear to absorb the returning solextreme democratic simplicity. OPP. MAltY ANDEKSON Oia FOURTH AVENUE "You know you are talking to a applied in the treatment of tho diers back into civil life, our capital group who, by vio- will again utilize its wonderful churchman," he said, "and my opin- Individual or tho HARVEY-JELLIC- O ion may be a narrow one. But I lating tho laws which I have out resouices and its genius and talents feel that all these questions carry lined, create disturbances in society ns it haa done in tho past. That us back to Christ and the message and upset tho balance. These prin will result lu the employment of (INCORPORATED) which Ho ibrought to the world. clples, winch must only be applied Ihe hands and minds of labor again. The message Wasn't understood in Insofar as is necessary for the and with Industry humming wo shall TWO-PIEC- E his day. But Ho didn't come for preservation of society in punish Boon see and end of our troubles." any one age or people or race, but ment of offenders, are in the hands He uttered the sentiment with SUITS for all races and all peoples and all of, and must be applied by, every deep conviction, seeming to visualize THREE-PIEC- E DISTRIBUTORS OF THE countries; so I feel that in his life one ho feels himself a part of the tho restored conditions of prosperity tho which ho predicted. Then an exand death and his teachings and community the universities, SUITS example we have the solution for churches, tho schools, the capitalists, pression of concern crossed his face. WE ARK RUSPONSIBLB. "There Is one final thought," ho all of men's difficulties. For after men of brains, whoever and what BEST SERVICE IN IBB CITT. all wo havo got to Tememher that ever Ihey are, as agents of society taid. "It Is about the welfare of tronblo and sorrow and vexation must In applying these our soldiers. I do feel keenly that come always with a violation of principles and thus bringing about before the American soldier left tho other side for homo provision should the law bo 11 natural, physical or the readjustment of society." S6.65 Archbishop spiritual. In the same measure In have been made here for his Imme"These," said the lNCORPOItATBD which wo violate any of the laws so after another thoughtful pause, "are diate employment upon his arrival. Place your next order with us. Terms cash. In that same measure aro we pun- principles underlying the wiiole pro- If it was possible to get millions Both Phones 2635. 421 W. Chestnut St. ished. And in the degree In which gramme for social reconstruction nf of dollars to provido for his comwo obey the laws we havo an equal he Committee on Special War fort whllo In Europe during the measure of peace and happiness. of the National War Coun-U- l war it might not havo been a bad am That applies in eery relation of U. J. BANXOR, rnsldtnt and Minir. It Is in this spirit that we Idea to get together some more mill-IoP. MHNOH.IJR., VIci Pr$. aid Treat. life, to the tiller of the soil, the would approach the problems with, to look out for his welfare chemist, tho merchant, tho banker. which It is attempted to deal in that whfn he arrived home after nobly Wo talk about man's conquest of tho programme. You will find there discharging tho task to which he air. Man triumphs there because tho Catholic attitude with regard to was assigned. Ho is entitW to It, That you ipaat far sosaetiiag yau did not NEED would hav itartad a he studies the laws of the air And both capital and labor, and ex- Somehow, I feel that tho general gravitation, and the more ho knows pressed much more clearly than I good requires that the matter be SAVINGS ACCOUNT Trlth this bask; to kar laUrtit COMPOUNDED S Sewer and Calvert Pipe, aDout tnoso laws ana tho more can hope now to express ft. But looked to now without delay. Work BaaBcVs Patent Lidded Pipe (er Steam CeBdaits, olosefy he conforms to them tho he essential principle is that of Is a great corrective of all kinds of twic a yar; Tkara MAY COME a U wkia ynr "LAST DOLLAR" tnfor is hie flight. And even then Christian chqtity and forbearance: unrest. Wo do not want the naWall Cepiag, Draia Tile, Vitrified BrlcK, b iaBt for aithle yew DO NERD. Tk SAVING w ( tk salt he is dependent upon the mechanic for, after all, the Sermon on tho tion to appear unappreoiatlve or Fire Proofing, Flae Liaiag, Fire BrlcK ungrateful. Much more do we not ara wantiag aritkt ksea tkat "hard tlata" tram var coatlag . who made his machine, for if the Mount still Temalns dollara yn the Ultima Grate aad Seller Tile, Fire Clay. Chimney Teas. want to encourage idleness and tho mechanic does not comply with tho Thule of all human existence." pay whether So- ovils which follow In its wake. laws of mechanics tho flight of tho He was asked to OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. "There Is much that can be done. airman will result In disaster. cialism Is compatible with ChrisThere aro great national Improve"The application of this principle tianity. PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN S07, ' Radical Socialism," he declared, ments which can be opened up, such Is that all of the world's troubles WORKS-Thirte.- ntk have resulted from tho failure to "which stiikei. at the roots of so- as the reclamation of waste land, aad Breckiarldfta aad Ninth aad Maftaalia. observe tho plain laws set down for ciety any system or doctrine which reforestation, new roads, shipbuild4 man's guidance In his relations with makes a humoia being merely a cog ing anything' so that we may say Fifth and Court Place. his fellow men. All government Is In tho maohlifery of State or so lo the soldier wlio can't get back based upon the maintenance of a ciety is absolutely condemned by his old job: 'Here at least is a job Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. perfect balance between authority the Catholic church. We are not nt honest, decent wages, in which ana oDeaience. wihere those laws one of a multitude. We are each a you can employ youself and support B EXPERT BooJAMpiog. "When you master these wonderful system. They meet are not observed, where authority Beparate and djstinct individuality, those who are dependent upon you Acartailai They overrides those from whom obedi- with rights and duties and privileges until something better turns up. I modern conditions and Government requirements. save tho student 20 per cent. In time and money oyer the ence is required, or those who are entitled to trotofJon. Tho freedom don't mean this to be a permanent MAKERS FROM OLD old bookkeeping methods or Pitman or Graham Shorthaad. governed fail to respect tho rights of tho individual ) is one of our bul policy on. tho part of the Govern OF suas CARPETS of legitimate "authority, disaster in- warks Radical'. Socialism, which ment, but just a temporary plan Taught exclusively at evitably follows. There aro laws disregards tho individual, therefore by which, the soldiers may be probetween ruler and people, between Is striking at tho(very roots of what vided for until they have found Bryant Stratton Business College, nation and nation, between man and we havo been fighting for, namely their feet again. .It is a grave Jjoolsvllle, Ky. man, and violations of these laws Individual liberty! within Its propor problem. Third and Walnut (Incorporated) Great harm may result Kew Classes Start Xoaday Say aad JTlfat havo been the causes of the greatest cnnnneiB " Cleaners of Carpt, Rum, Wall Paper and Window Shade from turning looso these millions 9 South Cla7 Street Phonei 2357 to of young men witliout anv provision Tho ArchblshoA here turned disasters In human history, as we havo seen. These laws spring from Russia for an Illustration of his being made for their Immediate I should say that if we tne nature of things, and any at point. future. tempt on th part of man to change "Think of the women of Russia," would avoid those perils of unrest thorn will result in trouble con- ho exclaimed, "and the manner In which we have been, discussing this GOOD fusion and disaster. Anything that which they have. been robbed of Is one of the avenues of trouble For Your Savings U. S. Government Protection. Think of a which should quickly bo closed up." attacks our present concepts at so- their individuality. If You W&nt the Best We Have 'it. More than 30,000 Bank Accounts, representing 100,000 people with a total ciety, Which aro based on authority father not knowing his own child! Any on idea avrnoiiTO knights'. deposit of more than $8,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by the and obodjence some tho govern that you Socialism, Bolshevism, or what will, which j strikes at the to there must be and people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. some to serve the principle that ancient idea of b rt,h the Jewish and According to tho reports' read to from God and we must the Christian INCORPORATED Utf&ER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND authority Is who represent it, either family life an to of 'paternity and tho State Council, Catholic Knight3 obey those dwdividual. responsi- of America, at ihe convention held BROOK AND A ST&. in the State or rollglou anything bility to God at d properly constithat would subvert or overthrow tuted authorky is to be condemned." at Alexandria, Louisiana has made "Do you fore ee any permanent an exceptional record since its last that concept Is In tho nature of a HERBERT JENKINS, Stc. and Trcu. W. G. RORK. TttMtnl subversion of human society, Any social and ecoao mlc changes as a convention In 1916, when Its membership in the State was composed movement that tends to regulate result of the pre eat forwent?" branches, whereas VULCANIZING CO. Justly the relations In human so'Who can m was the feply. ot twenty-nin-e branches ciety between government and peo- "The program at social recon- - now there are forty-fo. INCORPORATED ple, however, deserve consideration Ftructlon to wfeli h I have referred with a membership gain of more KENTUCKY TJOUIVIL.Ii and praise and atloptim, if it be covers all these) eiats. I may say, than 50 per cent. This splendid GUARANTEED VULCANIZING found to be nedetimry and ateatabte. however, ttakt'tas owsinae ohattitwt record Is set evea approached by LAJR8B8T IN TIB SOUTH. Office and Workrooms Kartheast Corner Seventh and Broadway wtoich are - any other State Covtscll la the "We Catholics." continued' Um Atiwvft coa94fLouisville, Kentucky Heme Plione City 2511 Archbidhop, "regard the Church as Atlo and at plan ought ', fad tfti after-the-war Deposit with the State of Kentucky under the Compulsory Deposit Law more than $4,600,000. Excess deposit over all requirements $1,000,000, or 20 per cent, more than the law requires. For good, clean agency contracts with renewal qommlsslons, bo mat you may build up a business of your own and have an Independent permanent Income, address the Home Office of the Company. INTER-SOUTHER- FACE OF THE CHURCH IS AND WILL REMAIN SET AGAINST BOLSHEVISM BYRNE & SPEED COAL CO. GutbrieSt. 315 Spead BIdg. City OfC Main Old WHEItB PROM. in BY A; M-- K. SOAP n CO. f t old-tim- COAL God-give- dim-cu- SOAP WORKS i ' THE BALL OPTICAL CO. COAL CO. .OTjAriorY SERVICE MEN TRY OS US $1 Cpl.aSO $1.50 High Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coal PER TON. f I P. BANNON PIPE ); x'xrx&R.g Puis Cleaning and Dyeing Co. es ns The Last Dollar I I I 373-178- Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. Business Success Is Yours THE 953-G- LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK ld I OUR LUMBER IS LUMBER & - IMStEI O. JONES OO. ssrisa aisx ? ur WEST BROADWAY K ." v, RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American arc earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. Wc aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. IlBPAlRINa Export Attention On Repairs On SPECIALISTS AH tllv '' Makes WELDIN8 of Cars !k .tONLY IOO.OOO MKf- - ' 'fE i (fa SEAL H ON FOIID JlEPAmiNQ AUTO WELDING & REPAIR GO. ERNEST SMITH, Prop. Both Plioncs 2309 713 SOUTII SEVENTiT ST., LOUISVILLE, KY. SyenSI MEAN GOODBYE PjnlfourrMJlhfo . 1. TO MR. FLY Screen with Dow's Screens. DOW WIRE & SIWER m SJ THE The best GLASSES you can get aro the only safe kind to wear. Any "Ask Oculist." Correct GLASSES are as Important OPTICAL as the right medicine and WE make Hi xlj 13 COMPANY them. 018 Fourth Avenue, Jjonlsvillo, Ky., Opposite Mary Anderson. Homo City 8300 IRON WORKS Incorporated. 317 W. MARKET. nOXU PHONES. FLOOR PAINTS Floor I'alnt (t oolen), Made to TnUk on drlei bard evf Dhrbt, with a durable glou, , Gal. t.78 V, cat. tM0 Quart Writ, call or phono for Information, 'As Near to You as the Neatest Phone" Ellrrr 81 FUNERAL A. FLOWERS $5.00 Road Service. Home FhoH 2550 JOHN D. ROMMEL CO. 01-1 Louis A. Broring, 900-90- D. D. S. A SPECIAL WREATII SPECIAL SPRAY $3.00 Frank Happell South Third St. ACCESSORIES 1 PISK TIRES DENTIST STARKS BUILDING. VOT CHANCE HAVE I GOT NOW We telegraph Flowers Paint 4-- M Mfg. Co. Sixth HIM. XT, CKr MU, rotnsvn.i.K, Batae ffcoa Booth JOHN B. O'LEAItY & CO. OITX See AND Headquarters for FARM PROPERTY us about anything in real estate. Wo sell, buy and rent. 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Home Phone City 4464. Tax, .Smoke Op The, Hour, MONEY. SEE POOLEY FOR ROBERTSON Loans to those having regular in- SAM comes or salary, with no publicity CONTRACTOR FOR or red tape. Loans to housekeepers on their personal security. ALL KINDS OF OONORETB WOW F. R. POOLEY, 1815 S. Twenty-sixt- h St. Building, Room 1, Courier-JournHome Phone Shawnee S68 415 8. Fourth Street. TlpcOKIKS L. Everywhere 83$$33438K8K3S,H X EASTER. A glory and a blessing 'filled tho JOHN B. RATTERMAN earth that holy morn, Sweet as songs the angels caroled On the night that Christ was born; FUNERAL DIRECTOR All the tragedy, the mystery and woo was swept away By the living Christ who conquered 2114 WEST MARKET STREET CONFIRMATION KEYSTONERS Pull Off PICTURES I i I Charlie Chaplin Stunt In LII 01 Bardstown. Death The first glad Easter day! al T. E. YANN DAIRY Incorporated. C08-51- COMPANY WM. P. BANNON CONTRACTING PLASTERER , 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. Brook and Bloom City 8380 Home City 2803 REPAIR WORK PLUMBING AND Cumb. S. 1GS-Y Both Phones 4202 "SOUTHERN SLICED STAB" BACON A SPECIALTY "All Ready for Your Griddle In the Morning" HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. Incorporated DEAD ANIMALS FRED HORNUNG, JR. GAS FITTING 712 West Jefferson Street Louisville, Ky. Home Phone Shawnee 80S HENRY aces CASH PRICES PAH) HIGHEST Roofing, Guttering, Spouting Call Homo Phono City 721; Tin Roofs "Repaired and Painted Cumb. Phone Main 721. Asphalt Shlnglee a Specialty 2011 W. Broadway,. Louisville, Ky. LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. SECURITY & LOAN CO. HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES Incorporated. All Kinds of Footwear For the A. Lazar, Manager Wholo Family Money Advanced on Your Plain Note 312 West Jefferson Street Two HAMBLY'S Stores GLOBE 20th and Portland. 18th and Magazlno Shaw. (Second Floor) 1716 City 7164 Home Phone City 2967. Attention and Quality." NATIONAL HATTERS Home Phone City 1931 TOM TOLAKIS, Prop. 825 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. Suits Pressed While You Wait. Hats Cleaned and Blocked While You Walt Soldiers Uniforms and Hats a Specialty. Work Called For and Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, National Roofing and Supply Company INCORPORATED Pitch, Coal Tar, Tarred Felts, Gravel Roofing (A Specialty). 124 W. Main rhoncs City 1250; Main 1400-Y- . Incorporated Was Organized by "Well-kno0 J&&S n 'Last Friday evening two po- - something doing after tho from Loulsvlllo, A. F. men from Louisville had rested. Guelda and G. S. Pfeiffer, toy! Bright and early Saturday name, staged a detective act in ' morning the policemen, refreshed Bardstown that made Sherlock by sound slumber, appeared in Holmes look like "Timothy" of .the lobby of the hotel; tho man Squire Pennyrlle's Court. they wanted was there also. These gentlemen of tho law While waiting for breakfast to were looking for a witness who be announced conversation was waB wanted In some trial in general, both the hunters and Louisville. The witness had been the hunted taking part. The located In Bardstown and they hunters silently wondorlng where had como after hint wearing the theirt man could be, and the d full regalia of tho Keystonof, hunted saying not a word to a habeas corpus smile. These Iturb their pipe dreams. In tho men were real, honcsMo-good- dining room thoy wore placed at ness sleuths and on a hot trail the same table, (tho hunters on at that. Not mere joyrldera one side, the hunted facing them, they, but men with a mission to During tho meal tlney conversed perform. Tho campaign bad been with each other. When tho man planned with care ntid these two who was wanted (finished his selected to go over the top. breakfast ho walks to ithe clerk's Silently and with untootlng horn desk, settled his bill, then got they motored to the hotel, where Into his car and went about his their unsuspecting quarry was ' business". A few minutes pounding his ear. ward the sleuths inquired of the While the night clerk at tho ho- - clerk, Hubert HInkle, where they stating tel and the night owls in tho could find Mr. hotel lobby adjusted their gas that they wanted to take him masks the gentlemen of the law back to Loulsvlllo In their car. d signed the register and then When the clerk, who Is also for a room. When they uty Sheriff, 'heard who they 'had bystanders wanted he informed the retired the around tho book, gazed men that they had talked to lilm at the signatures, and ejaculated bofore breakfaBt, 6&t at tho same expressions of wonderment. Sam table with him during breakfast, Peters, 8f the local force, and and ilien saw Jii.n ,get into his even Chief Tong wore stricken car. They were dumbfounded, dumb at the eight of the unl- - Mr. Hlnklo pointed out tho name forms and cudgeled their braln3 on the hotel register, showed to know what Keystoners were that he had settled and gone, doing in Lil 01 Bardstown. The leaving no word when he would news spread on, the sleepy town return. The disappointed cops was on the qulvlve awaiting de- - tried to pick up tho lost trail, velopmonts. All who spied the but could not. Then slowly and uniforms and read the signatures sadly they climbed Into thefc- car agreed that there would be and returned to Louisville. gentle-llcome, I I The glory of centuries has been our faith In Him, Unshaklng unfaltering and throughout the ages dim, The star that ishone o'er Bethlehem The night our Lord was born Still gleamed with holy radiance The first glad Easter morn. tho story of a living Christ rings true, At Easter-tid- e his blessing seems to como to me to you. Wo hear again the anthem, "Ho Is Risen," as of old, And ils boundless love eeems ever nil his children to enfold, Making us to feel tho nearness of his presence wo aro kin, tolls truly For tho Easter-tid- e We all belong to Him! Jame3 A. Averdlck, A. B., M. D. At Easter-tid- e Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland West 1107a. I o a We are giving special at-- t tention to Confirmation and First Communion Pictures, at special prices. I New York Studio L. F. GA.DDIE, Prop'r. H. BOSSEaSON Funeral Directors and Embalmers. OlO FKHR JVXiTiVM WACfpnOAv XI t 311 S. THIRD ST. dis-an- FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING Ctrner Feurlh inrf Jefferson LOUISVILLE,. KY. A complete line of FaraltBre itf prices that are always the loireat. SatisfaetloB gHarantoed. 436 W.MARKCT LITTLE THINGS COUNT. after-prosaical- ly Dep-aske- police-crowd- ed - i WOULD BE HEARTENING. TUB SIGN OF QUALITY Highl'd 7411 East 180 KENTUCKY LAUNDRY CO. Incorporated 014-02- people's provident AssecxATxeir Editor Kentucky Irish American OiUteu al On furniture and Other Personal Property at LOWEST BATES KOAV8 2 Underbill St. Geo. Dearborn Manager Home Phone City 7638 COLBMAN BUILDING S. B. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON Both Phones 2886 THE anSRRY WILL CANTEEN CO. Coke Stntlon,Cainp Taylor, Ky. CAFETERIA CmLB HUNGER'S Everything for the Soldiers Cigars, Restaurant 458 South Fifth Street FIRST CLASS SERVICE FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN O. 4203 S. 9192-- A JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED Both Phones 2406 RIUTLINQIR Adolph Reatllnger DO. Established I82G. Loniavllle.Ky. OFFICE OUTFITTERS PRINTERS STATIONERS FIRE INSURANCE TORNADO, LIABILITY AND SOUTH PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH TH3Ri STREET SAVINGS LOUISVILLE AND DEPOSIT BANK ARTHUR A. WILL BUILDER 2431 MONTGOMERY STREET Home Phone Shawnee 1010 FRANK A. OHLMANN Fourth and Central Avenue Three Per Cent. Paid on Savings s Deposits. A General Banking Transacted. Bust-nes- K. PFED7FER FLORIST Street 421 South Thirty-elght- h 000 East Franklin Street Cut Flowers, Plants and Funeral GROCERIES AND FRESH MEATS Works. Phone Shawnee 659-Cumb. Main 967-A L. J. M. BUCKNER TOBACCONIST WHOLESALE Highland 1033 JOS. V. GROCERY WINES, SPANINGER 000 West Main Street Louisville, Ky. AND SALOON, FINE LIQUORS, CIGARS 370 Baxter Avenue MAGNETOS STARTERS GENERATORS Repaired By Factory Experts QPTOMETRIST, Brushes for all makes of starting and lighting systems. All work SPECIALIST IN FITTING GLASSES guaranteed one year. Twenty Years' Experieuce, DR. JOHN P. BECKER Automotive Pfcow CKjr-'lll- .' Elict. Strvict Co. 848 South Third Street SIS SUrka 1 . phone Bail!. rFarth aatd WUw.t. CHy riSo. Prices Reasonable. Third Fleer Lockport, Ky., April 13, 1919 In an article in tho Courier-Journof Thursday, 3rd Inst., comes "Irish Catholic" to the defense of tho Y. M. G. A. Since then I've seen tho same article dn a number of other newspapers. What gets me Is that, after such a hearty word for the Y. M. C. A., this Irish CENTRAL- VEREIN. Catholic should fail to give 'his name. Certainly no one should be ashamed of The convention of the Central such a noble spirit, and wo sincerely, Verein, which was omitted last nope ne wiu como out in tno goou year owing 10 mo war, win oe neia old open, for it is good, to know a in Chicago during September, who can say a good word for cording to a decision just reached an organization that Is known to by tho Executive Board of the Archbishop Mundeloln unfriendly to hfs faith. At least ganlzatlon. I understand that a Catholic can invited the Central Verein to meet In Chicago and has accepted n In- not hold office in tho Y. M. C. A. Anjway, hurrah for "Irish Cath- - vltation to address the convention, He has done something! San Antonio, Texas, had been olicl" we hope there is some one in lected for tho 191S convention, but the the other camp big enough to follow the circumstances attending ms una example, it surely would he war maae a postponement aavisaDie. heartening to see a spontaneous At the convention in Chicago tho outburst from some or programme of social action during in praise of the great the era of reconstruction will be work dono by the Knights of further developed. In the But the Irish In a time the welfare work of tho Here comes "Irish Catholic," ganlzatlon for soldiers will be con- all by himself and no one looking, tinued and goes over the top and doesn t think enough of the performance to SAVE MORE. hand out his name. Glory be! one has said, "Hope de Some Tho United States DeDartment of ferred maketh tho heart sick." .Labor did not have the Victory loan Common justice In the dally press in mind when It wrote ono of its would be a startling but pleasant ' slogans to the millions of workers, sight, not to mention that It would but it could not possibly have wrlt- bo good for eore eyes and a trou ten two sentences that more di bled heart and would make for a rectly pointed to It than tho folworld of betterment all around. lowing: RICHARD O'HEARN, ".Make sure that In a few years Irish Catholic No. 2. from now you will have tho reward of the extra hard work you are doyour excess MEDAL FOR DUVAL. ing today? Sav6 wages!' George L. Duval, of New York There Is no organization any- City has been awarded tho Laetare where that l In mpre direct touch Medal for 1919, for his many deeds with labor or that has Its welfare Ho has more at heart than the Department of Christian philanthropy. contributed more than half a mill of Labor. Consequently Its advice ion dollars to various causes. Mr. Is worth heeding. Duval was born in Brooklyn, N Y In 1S60, and received a liberal HOLY NAME rOLICEJLVN. Catholic education. He is one of (Members of tho Holy Name So- the most prominent figures in the export trade circles of tho nation's , doty In tho Police Department of metropolis. Nearly all of his phll- - New York'attended mass last has been devoted to the day morning a St. Patrick's Cathe-honof Mary Immaculate. It wsb dral and received holr communion through his financial assistance that iu a body. There were 1,578 great need In Brooklynof a trolmen and officers present and preparatory seminary for boysv.as- - mass was said by Rev. John J. plring to the priesthood was fQ Coogan, chaplain of tho society, filled In tho present Seminary oKjVrchblshop Hayes and IMonsignor tho ammacuiate conception, une lAinaano, Papal Delegat were presMission of tho Immaculate iConcep eufXthi latter bestowing tho Pon- tlon on Staten Island has been tfica.Jleesiug. handsomely benefited 'by his liberality, and the Catholic University wpows KCKin Hot long ago received from him a &, large sum for the endowment of a Widow Mtemaifeer wMewers 01 ma ine uauea enalr for the esteems ac-m- an dogma of the Immaculate Conception. Like all true, philanthropists he has not overlooked the needy little ones. He has donated to tho Franciscan Sisters means sufficient to establish at White Plains a homo for crippled children. Not long ago he added a spacious wing to tho Municipal Hospital of Valparaiso, Chile, and called It "La Purissima." or-b- e I se-M- ay Columbus have made a big hit with the American soldiers and sailors overseas. Knowing that the boys missed many of tho llttlo things of home, oven with generous provision of food, clothing, etc., by Undo Sam, tho Knights have sought out ways and means of providing tho men In the service with tho llttlo things that a mother 01 father or sister or brother would most like to see them have. When it was realized how great a scarcity of soap there was in Europe tho Knights ordered millions of cakes of soap, all bearing a handsome red and hlue shield, with letters reminding tho boys that they were absolutely welcome to the soap without any charge. Towels were also supplied to the men, and at numerous places in France the K. of Boys in C. put up shdwer baths. hospitals often lost their entire kits before they got there, so the Knights supplied them with shaving brushes and cream and serviceable exsafety razors. Matches are ceedingly scarce in Germany, so tho Knights, true to form, supply book matches to the American army or occupation. Also colds in tho head Again are prevalent in Europe. tho Knights como to the rescue ol tho boys with thousands of khaki handkerchiefs. In London and Paris, where mud often prevails, the Knights have Instituted free stands in their club rooms, the boys doing their own shining. And in a score of other little ways tho K. of C. have made known to the boys that tho money contributed to their fund was simply given to the Knights as agents for passing on its ibenefits to tho sons and brothers of tho donors. shoe-shln- o Tho little things count, whether N. W. In peace or war, and Iby following out that maxim the Knights of Ladies, Avoid the Rush Thirty Hew Shape To Select rrom. Our method of reblocklntr, cleaning and dyeing has proven a great success. Our forty years of business Is our guarantee. When you bring your hat to U3 you are bringing it to a rellablo Louisville concern and you will get the best attention. W Hav it reblocked In the newest shape. Bring your last year's hat to ua early and save, money by having Bring us your last year's Straw let us shape it Into this year's latest mode. We are In a position to do tho best of work at reasonable prices. Cleaning, dying, reblocklng of Ladles' Hats in tho latest styles. LADIES ! West Walnut St. Walnut Straw Works 51C Falls City Straw Works 713 WEST JEFrSRSOH STREET North Side M i LOUISVILLE iorerNTK: The Best Bug and Roach Killer on the market, because we guarantee it to kill or no pay. CHEMICAL CO. 108 South Third Avonuo Main 1805 City 8222 o CORNS,BUNIONS lotrewtaf THE VERY BEST Hi Mntrmtl Hails Sclnrtificilfy TruM EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS IJ0 kPV Dr. Uriah Z. Litsiy , PROHIBITION BOOTLEGGERS. The United States net recently caught In Its mesh one of the most trusted "liquor sleuths" of the country, a State official of Michigan, William B. Chase, who had niado by capturing, th3 his reputation famous Bllllngsleys. According to the Michigan State Commissioner, Fred L. Woodworth, he was at the tlmo of his own capture by tho Federal agents professing to watch an operation of liquor shipments from Milwaukee which he himself was controlling. It Is estimated that shipments liquor contracts of amounting to $20,000 had already been made by him In advance at Grand Rapids, In 13 account of tho former tho charges against State's rum detective the Detroit Free Press says: "Chase's fall made a profound sensation at the Capitol. Ho had been so highly complimented by everybody for his work In the cases that ho was considdetectlvo ered the best In tifo State and In the country for Sleeper", at the that matter. Gov. tlmo ho was working with tho even went to Chicago and interceded with the army officials to have his actual reporting under the draft held back for a few weeks. And on the Governor's request It 1 rum-runniBill-Ingsle- non-Cathol- ic anti-Cathol- ic mean-Columbu- s. or-crls- ls! Editor, has made scores of his readers from 50 per cent, to 500 Both Pbo?t; per cent, on investments, who have followed his "tips" on what to buy and when to sell, in oil and mining JOHN B. WATHEN stocks, during past year. He knows FUItXITURE MOVKR and PACKER, "Wno's Who" in the oil game. All confidential. information strictly WAGOX OB VAN Year's subscription to Kentucky Oil 2525 West AVnlnut Street Journal $2. (Free with each new PICNIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY- subscription a beautiful map ot Kentucky oil fields an artist's idea Homo Phone Shawnee 1986 of an airplane view of the State, Wrlto worth $5; 14x22 Inches.) MESSENGER SERVICE for free sample copy 16 pages, 2 Illustrated. (DAY OR NIGHT.) building, Louisville, Ky. - Chiropodist S07 SUrka Baildia OLD HAN HARRIS 411-41- Intor-Southo- rn tickets, lunches, railroad tickets, berths, etc. Prompt and reliable messengers for all kinds of personal and private business. Phone City 4414. 000 sourn We Durchase and deliver MiA.ifnr rami street. MEN'S BLACK OR TAN WORK SHOES $3.50 to. $600 Theio ihoe are world beaters they look wall aad they staad the bang of service. They are designed and built for service and they reader that service. Both Fhoaes 'i'.yg i.il TlJli r ' WT BIU-ingsl- ey Both Phones LET US KNOW Locdl and lonir dlfltnnrf tnnvlnir mltli motor vona VllrnlfllFA nnnVInc nn.1 shipping . All work guaranteed. lis. tlmates cheerfully furnished free of charge A. ARXOKD & SONS AUCTIOK A; STORAGE CO. SPALDING SHOE CO. EXQHTEEHTK AND nt MAPHE Out of the High-ReDistrict OPEN EVENINGS yon are unfffrtnit nnnoraneei. detlre of 0 private nature In this or olhrr dUcl. tbrn roniult nt. All batlntu ilrlctlr confidential. Sun-anthro- or pa,-t- he years old, a graduate of the University of Michigan, a fine chemist and socially a good fellow, as was attested by his friends made )n Lansing." This Is of a piece with tho finding, according to tho C. IP. A. correspondence in the Catholic Tribune, of "an Illicit distillery on tfie Black Belt Farm In Lowndes county, Ala., of wh(ch Perloy A. Baker, founder League of Amerot the ABti-8!oo- n was done. Chase Is twenty-thre- e (Incorporated) 425 Weit Mala Street Ir r r "fmM sulting Albert 633 , cov NOW IS THE TIME FOIt STRAW HAT CLEANING, Avoid the rush by con StandaEdlg NATIONAL ing our specialty. HAT CX.XAXZXS WORKS jHattfe, Hat Cleaning and us now, Panama Block- i)etestagiu Fm. ica, is HMwager." , WEST MARKET STREET Xsne FfcMM, City S11- - 933 S. Fourth Aro.. LooJtHI. Rt. J, H. HAKiHK, rteoMtst. U. i. eNA8K. See. ud Tten. iKIVnrCJOlCXAOiCJLaBJtl IlEOENT DEATHS. Tuesday morning tho funeral of Martha A. Burch, widow of tho late Dr. J. D. Burch, was held from tho Cathedral with requiem high mass. Deceased was sixty-foyears old and tho another of Mrs. C. T. Qreenwoll, 1208 South ond street, with whom she had been making her homo. ur -- AJWLECKtXOuiUM - ,JV , 'W '- - Vj"aU .A- - a. - v '- - Twenty-sec- 1 A death that brought sorrow to the hearts of many friends and relatives was that of Mary Frances, tho beloved daughter of Frances and tho late Michael J. ilaloney, who passed from this life Sunday evening at her homo, B24 South Preston street. After tho funeral tho remains wero taken to for burial. Eliza-bothto- lIlltf, a; irTv- - Tit iTr r fflfe years old and for many years a respected resident of this city and member of St. Louis Bertrand's church, passed peacefully away at her home, 642 West (Magnolia. Surviving her are a son, Martin Duffy, and a daughter, Mrs. John Lawless. The funoral was held Tuesday morning, when many old friends paid their last earthly tribute. Gloom pervaded Holy Name parish Sunday evening when Death's summons came to Annlo Alma Vize, beloved wife of Robert J. Vize, at tho family residence, 2925 South "Mrs. Mary Duffy, seventy-si- x Third street. She was twenty-seve- n years old and was held In high esteem by a wide circlo of acquaintances. Tho funoral services wore held at Holy Name church Tuesday morning, after which the remains were taken to Springfield for Mr3. Mary Thornton Hayes, sixty-years iold, a member of one of the pioneer families of Kentucky, died early Tuesday morning at tho homo of her daughter, Mrs. Hayes Walford, 1238 South Third street. She had been In poor health for sarao time. Mrs. Hayes was tho widow of John A. Hayes, President of tho It. J. Thornton Tea and CofShe was an active fee Company. member, of tho Daughters of tho Confederacy. The funeral took place from St Mary Magdalen church, of which she had always been a devout eight I member. affairs and took quite an active Interest in the Ladles' Auxiliary, A. O. H holding office at different times. Besides her husband, John B. Meyer, and three little girls, Ellen, Catherine and Juanlta, she Is survived by two sisters, Lillian and Margaret Callahan, and. two brothers, Thomas and Jphn Callahan. Tho funeral took place from St. Patrick's church Saturday morning at 9 o'clock. LAltKIN .SAILS Tho death of Mrs. John B. Meyer, of 108 South Nineteenth . street, after an illness of only a fow days came as a great shock to the many young friends of this popular matron. Mrs. Meyer was promin ent in Catholic social and parish N iPVVVW OA 'r ""TflT TTTV iflT" T" ""TMiTT " ' ""UpT" W , xlffmSfffJ3Xm FOR EUROPE. William "P. Larkln, In charge of the New York K. or C. office, sailed gr Europe last Saturday. Chairman Larkln carried to tho "Pope a message from the Knights of Columbus. He will then return to as Director of Franco, where Knights of Columbus Overseas Activities he will survey the order's war work. Director Larkln, from K. of C. headquarters, directed the purchase and transportation of the huge quantities of K. of C. supplies Intended for our forces overseas. His task in this field called for skill and energy of tho highest order, but the splendid servlco that K. of C. Secretaries rendered to our Boldiers in tho matter of supplying comthem with many "creature forts" Is evldenco that ho solved this big problem. Now that tho soldiers, overseas have more spare time, the question of supplying them with entertainment and recreational facilities looms "bigger than over, and Larkln wants to study this phase of tho situation at first hand so he may be better able to judge how to gauge shipments of K. of 0. supplies abroad. He will visit France, Italy, England, and Germany while abroad. Bel-glu- m i . fiss&S W Official Citation sgggX IG a !. KASEBALTj open its season opening. Tho American Association will next "Wednesday, and judging from the interest being displayed the league is in for n banner year. iEspecially In Louisville has the interest in baseball been awakened, the attendance at games h the Saturday and Sunday being the best at exhibition contests in many years. Tho young blood secured oy "Cap" Neal and Pat Flaherty Js responsible In a measure for this, as tho fans aro sure to seo games with a lot of "pep" instead of tho stereotyped ball played by tho old heads, who will not take the chances in a game that a youngster will. Milwaukee will open the season with tho Colonels, and with Dixie Davis and Kocher for a battery tho team should begin with a game on the right side of the ledger. With a shortstop and about two more pitchers Louisville will bo in a good position to start off winning. Joe McCarthy at second is playing the best game of his career and Bescher, Hendryx and Acosta in the outfield outclass many outfields in the major leagues. Louisville-Pittsburg- Corporal Roberts gave his life, coolly, deliberately, for YOU. v 4 3 ROBERTS, HAROLD W. (1013943) Corporal, Co. Af, 344th Battalion, Tank Corps. (Deceased). 'TjOR conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity JL above and beyond the callofduty in action vvith the enemy in the Montrcbeau Woods, France, Oct. 4, 1918. Corporal Roberts, a tank driver, was moving his tank into a clump of bushes to afford protectoin to another tank which had been disabled. The tank slid into a shell hole, ten feet deep, filled with water, Knowing that and was immediately submerged. only one of the two men in the tank could escape, Corporal Roberts said to the gunner, "Well, only one us can get our, and out you go," whereupon he pushed his companion thru the back door of the tank and was himself drowned. Uncle, Env Home address: Paul Market St,, San Francisco, Cal. porium, 5 W.-Leifert, Make good his sacrifice. to the very limit of your cash and resources.' Victory Liberty Loan Committee f ' In-ve- st .! . ?" j'$ r. ,- -. - i.V lng Soldier Bureau, conducted at 161 Fourth avenue, Now York City. Relatives and friends of soldiers, relieved at not finding in tho casualty lists names of those sought, aro turning to itho Knights of Columbus' bureau In an endeavor to locate "missing" men. Up;to date the K. of C. bureau has proved a 100 per cent, efficient, having finally located every soldier or sailor sought Leo P. Begley, In charge of tho bureau, expects to maintain this cord. at tho Knights of Columbus quiries regarding "missing" soldiers TnE MISSING. Sinco the final casualty list was issued by the War Department there has been a notable increase of inFINDING Miss-- - ThU space contributed by.' L Louisville Gas and Electric Company Standard Byproducts Company , Kean Meyers Metor Company Geo. A. Dickel Sc Company Mengel Box Company Ewald Iron Company Tip Top Baking Company Kentucky Oil Exchange , Embry Box Company C. C. Mengel Bro. Company Hirtch Bros. Shuler Axle Manufacturing Company most to the day of her death among her little charge. At the time of Eight years ao Sister Mary the death of thie good woman the colored people of the community Hilda, of the Cincinnati mother realised that a great factor in the heoee of the Sisters of Charity, was development of the raee was taken met by her Superior to the colored from then, while the community at NEGROES EltBOT SIEMORIAIi. Louisville Car Wheel and Railway Supply Company Kentucky Irish American Klarer Provjsion Company Louisville Provision Company Wood Mosaic Company Jas. Clark Jr. Electric Company two-manu- al i ALL SHOULD AID. The efforts of the Knights of Columbus to fled, employment for 'the returning soldier and Milan to iIhM appeallead every Catholic and their aid m so all should worthy a oanee. been trained voder SlaterVary Hilda's guidance by certainunmistakable signs of obaractervaad deportment. Thai tauatoto' servant of Ofarlet eame not to- reoeive bat to aire. ane. gave gen'erettaiy ef ail her woaeertcl store of piety, paCatholic school of Memphis, Tenn. large had commenced to recognise tience and mental endowment, toA year ago she died, laboring al the colored boy and girls who had gether jrttt ner payetoal ntrenetti, - v to the good Sister Hilda havo pipe erected a beautiful organ in St. Anthony's church aa a lasting memorial to her. It is probably the first time in the history of the neere that he has erected a Protestant alike, determined that moanment to any member et the her memory shall be kept green, white raee. and that snok a be bnttt to an humble and as a testimony of their derottw working among the poor of the school during the severe winter of 1917 and 1918, when she became an, easy prey to pneumonia, of whieh she died. The eotored people and f the eemBlty, Oaenolle Sister of Charity speaks well for the future of Catholic csdearor among tho colored people. Although the Sues canal is only ninety-nin- e miles long, Jt redness the distance from Bngland to India by sea nearly 4,000 miles. WHAT SUES DOBS. moau-raest4ou- W '