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MMMMIMMMMMMHMMMnHMMaMMMHMMnMMNMMwaMWHMt GAMfW. HOMC WWW JMfjMM Hvery Driver an E6rti Lwisylllt Takjrt'Ci. Incorporated Crit VOLUME XLII.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1919. PRICE FIVE GENTS. REFORM Administration Busy Censoring News nnd Gagging the- Dally Press. - IMPLANT o gress' VafHk rjpr HBT XfeSK vbbiBV Ik BELGIUM'S Vtfe it 'WW tH Heroic Interiuitloftftt 'Voted For by , 9i icagui uiii. Cardinal .Subscribes America's Victory Loan Itonds. to iBet'iie, a Tho Entire , Staff of Local Press Kxpnsa Covering ,Up Methods. Participation Tho ofjEdhc '"SSjaf RXjtKmrn Holy Sco in Nallons mi:,: Significant Bal VEMgfn(loTs With America's HReprc sentntivo V k. fJU-- llelglan Primate Pens' a Beautiful Tribute to American People's Aid. . Men's Federation Has, a Golden Opportunity to Solve Mysteries. ti5pnyl Writes Cardinal Gibbous That, Ho Will Visit United States in Fall. THE SAFETY llOAIlD RATTLED. V MOST GRATfKYlNa JREj SYMPTOM, " IIIILGIA.V PKOPLK GHATHI-TL- . The' Kentucky Irish Amorlcan has Belgium's admiration of tho United States is splendidly describoften called attention to the fact ed by Cardinal Me rotor. Archhlahnn that near Mayor Smith and our Til Ziy'M: 'of Meline, In a loiter received by Shelbyvlllo Chief of Police have certainly forgotten their promises of Cardinal Gibbons Cardinal Mertaking the public into their confirier also announces his contribution of $1,000 Jfo tho Victory Libdence, and no one can forget how GIVING THE KAISER HIS JUST FATE. PRINCESS AND HBJt SAILOR HUSBAND ON THEIR HONEYMOON. erty Loan. Potty bragged to the dally press HiJ letter follows: "Dear and Vfinerablo Colleague that "this administration would Children of Aubauge, Belgium, hang the Kaisier in' effigy as tho Lady Patricia Ramsoy, formerly the Princess of Connaught, who regive out all the news to the papers, vanguard of tho American Army of Occupation enters tho town on the cently became the bride of Commander Ramsey, R. N., is an ardent For a long tlnre I have awaited an and would not try to suppress the way to Germany. dovotee of golf. Ttfelr honeymoon is bolng spent at her beautiful es- occasion of testifying to tho noble American nation tho ardent thanks facts like the Democrats had done," tate just outside of London. of the Belgian people for the Inestiand the near Mayor at tho same Why is n professional bonds- - In that section, Aendangering the mable services rendered by them to time said "that an open door polwho can't jump out of the way of icy would be maintained by his ad man? our country and tho world, not tho is this man? Whom did he DKIWATK K. O. BUILDING. What arc they doing around the comedy cops in their imitation represent? Wo iegrct not being alone for the material and financial ministration and tho public would j of "Speedy Ike, the motorcycle de abI6 to answer these questions. olwavs be able to cot tho facts." For hero? The Knichts of ftalnnihiia A mil. help so generously conferred upon Why censor the news? mon." The F street people seem Tho Holy Seo was gi'en proper torium at Camp Knox, conceded to distressed families, but especially nronf Of these official Btntnmonta WIiy are reporters barred from to think the pavements are lntend-2see the Courier-Journgreat example of chivalrous consideration also in the Committee be one of the finest of January and best equip- for the on League Legislation by the Joint ,ed for tho and not for 1918, just one month after the l'olico offices?. ped In the country, was formally virtues. brother-in-laI IIns Morton a in tho "yap" cops, who have not been motion of Dr. Lanvmasch, the dis"Withput doubt, I have eagerly "reform" administration has taken hero long enough to pay taxes as tinguished, exponent of the prlu- - dedicated on Thursday and Friday desired to reply to the very friendly hold. That promise of Smith and . lno Police Department? 1,m Morton go tlio bonds of 'yet. Speaking of the boys, from the W. Petty has been easier to break than ."'?.; in honortheof Gen. Raymond his appeal of Your EnJlnelhce and to the ' Briggs, flattering and tho proverbial pie crust, as tho pub - hooper and l rands to please "sticks," one of the new police ' it'" wii Sec In staff of officers.commander, probably come to me invitationsT which have tljo snows real enterprise. tho This will He of Louisville Is not toeing told of livniis; Ho wa3 a greaLnutubers on the In eases of arbitration was given dis- - be the last K. C. building to be part of those, who In the United tho numerous crimes committed Inl I)ul ,10 u,l,,k t,,cJ" were angels country barber until recently and expression. on coming here to accept a job with The action of tne opened In this district, and it was States andr fianada represent the "ml would fly? our midst, the only stories getting w'n Who is It. G. Ogden? Who is H. tho Keystone police brought his iim,.t. m.I ..,::... luongress or uerne may navo no only completed after Camp Knox moral Jdeaof'.GhristIan society In the newspapors being dug up by ji. pracUcal value: yet Itl had been designated as a permanent - Ogen? Whose brother nro they? barber tools along. Strolling into ?"'y S 'II r. . .fr.'m,,u. fraraedlate clearly the reporters themselves, and to add,1"I wlshe ;to come in person and X, ,iU.llUUO. "VSV evidences that circles which post. The opening programme con- toll your When aro tho Keystone police an engine-hous- e on Hill street, ho insult to injury, the "reform" ad-- 1 of my adIn tho nlneteentn century were bit- sisted of musical numbers by the miration and gratitude, to graduate from school? observed that many of the "hick" employs a press censor '"R ter enemies of the Papacy, now Camp Knox Military Band. Super- not see how I can arranco but I do Who- is going to tailor Winter-forme- d nremen were sadly in need of a tion submitted to see that the public is only in-- 1 the time. the noteMbatlio- - Judge It more fairly, and recognize visor John hair-cuE. Barry, of St. Paul. which a stay of some weeks in yjur and making a wholesale ic of whnt tho Chief's office 'chmltt's- uniform? ocoko x'uaum- - its in the solution of Minn., representative of the St. midst demands, boforo next autum cares to give out, and this press! What does Ohesloy whisper in uiu iur me gou, oargainea 10 come berger, wMahi ras ,wordM thus: (he greaV problems of tho day as Louis headquarters of the Knights I ever awaited the occasion of tell around after pollco hours and '.cut "Thle Tntiint League of N.a- - desirable and justified. And censor's salary is paid for by tho i Jhiriinganio's ear? Third-streAVho protects tho tha.t is of Columbus, was the Chairman and ing"you, without delay, tho expres their hair. Sure enough, after sup- - tions Cankram? emblod-li- i who, Smith and Petty Derno. introduced Gen. Briggs, who accept- sion of sentiments. It seems to me said, had "a perfect right to know chill parlor uhlch sells liquors on per around came the ibarber Key- - voices t1ia''&ii$M thai thei'Holv See a most gratifying symptom. O. V. C. B. of ed the buildlng in the name of the that the occasion is voluntarily OSunday? trtlcinatloTJv in tho Biuuer auu cui ino jiair oi tne nre- - ue lnvueow to what is going on." post. State Deputy Cooper respond- ffered me at this moment, and. I What has become of Potty's Key- men tor twenty cents per. Tne task of festa' h .Leacue of kft If any citizen asks tho newspaper SUPATMCK QU1XX. , ed; aflerwhloh Chaplains Rueff nnd Belzd ipon It eagerly. firemen are satisfied with the job, Nations." Thv lthor ha the mo- men of five daily papers their, opin stone Pollco Jazz Band? ,um Why is Secretary Jimmy Cunning. mo uaroer jveystoner is satisned tion rcmarKou BJyitett'niado short tho litioductlon. vi ion of the local misfit admlnlstra- the American ... Hip. nvnnincrwnn Sir :rtc!(nri who hails. If DfifiClbal.'nddress of addresses. The gresfl, understand the medium ofCon through tion, at least nine out of ten re- -, "fl,u Bvcn the rigbt to wear a. Cap- - with the raje, and tho only kickers to his stAtom& nunc, Its ' Mill's UlUTOrm" delivered by Tirwrforo nv.n;i 41t arA thp Ttnrhnra' TTntnn whfl - noble President. Invites tho nubile nt ihn Pnnrlnr E. J. McDerSupplemented with, ithese,) queries that the Keysfoner was "scabbing." tioial CitliiflJiiio mott. At 9 o'clock the buildincwas tp subscribe to a last loan the v Times, 'Post or Anzeigor, will give C&VwU Innn. '", ""j? turned oyer to the officers and the his opinion Jn no uncertain terms, nur oiei& itBdg:awwirAiaMMfcifgrtitihw gagged' ng nt 'fhZ. IhfilSmSrirMKaafW nf Iwlnfr iht first mm nf n vilio. Refreshments were served significant, I know, but I am not real view of the KcystowenS Inrac-i- j rtUJSIA I was entitled, policeman rising from the pound-tha- t, and dacnlng continued until 11 unmindful of tho teaching which "A reporter gathering tion one that would make a hit on tho entire Catholic World,' but n administration into " o'clock. on we preacli to the faithful, 'If you the other hand, tho lng sidewalks as an ordinary ecstacies or joy. well, to mane a news at the City Hall." Another the screen. A crowd" of little girls or copper, to the highest rank On Friday the programme was have much, give much; if little, See itself was completely and Chestnut long story short, since the "censor-- 1 was one designed to touch keen near Twenty-Sixthis particular branch of theGov-o- d for the enlisted men, when moving then give of the little you have ' shin" act was nassed In nollco cir- - sensibilities and was labeled, "The were gathered around two of the Informed as to his action. He add-'Keystone police and hod their clubs that, in fact, the Holy See could ernment service and to the honor pictures, vaudeville and dancing cles the feeling between reporters Police censor covering up." "I have little, but that little Is what you, my dear brothers of the and the powers that be hasn't been '.tt.l As wo safl at tho . beginning of going through some fancy drill or In all probability, he. counted on to of knighthood. Very popular with furnished tho entortainment. I kT tf..1 11.. ..f game, and the comedy cops seemed tako part In the League only on his former comrades, whom in later il.1. f l...l .l1 This building was planned and great American Republic, have in .l.t at least somo of the reporters of the .of form on tho part of Smith and to have forgotten their instruction condition that tho latter be erected years he commanded as Superin- erected under the direction of great measure given to me. Th Republican organs. All reporters Petty, who promised to let tho pub of the psychology school about, pre on a foundation of Justice, truth tendent, the distinction bestowed Grand Knight Thomas D. Clines, joy is mine of giving something, no upon him recently by King George, who has every reason to bo proud matter how little I have received Instead theyl serving their dignity and never giv and honesty. for the first time In the history of lie in on the news. Wo do not wish1 to enter into a when' the monarch tapped him on of Ills work. I beg you, therefore, do not refuse j tho city are barred from tho office aro represented as gagging the ing up their club, etc. There they to accept my very modest contrlbuof the Desk Sergeant, Pollco Cap- - daily press and are so charged by were rollicking with the kids and study of tho romarks of the author the shoulder with a sword as he of tho motion a proof of the sov- kneoled before him and addressed ' tion of $1,000 to the Victory loan. BISHOP DRUMM. tain's, room, office of the Chief of the entire dally press representa- to tho onlookers it seemed as if ereignty of the Pope and of the to him the mystic words, "Arise, Sir "Be good enough, Your Eminence, Police, the officers' room and the tives, regardless of their politics. they were playing "London Bridge latter's rights, based on the his Patrick Qulnn!" has 'been a source to regard i offico of the The re- - Where, oh, whore, are those leaders Is Falling Down," or "I Come to tory AV. to ask your The Rev. of the pastt to a part In tho of keen gratification throughout the Drumm, who Father bo Thomas I nnrfaro i r n nllrttxrivt in (nll nf fTin In the Men's Federation who wore See Miss Jennie and Joe." Anyway, not so much what but Is to consecrated loving and grateful I give,which the work of collaborating In tho Leaguo ranks of the great police force in I doors of these offices, accept what so active guarding our morals dur- It was a funny sight all right, and of heart of Nations; tho fate of the motion London, a force which numbers Bishop of Des 'Moines early this fers It, and accept, I pray you, tho news is handed out, which naturally lng Democratic reign? They can Col. Petty should have It duplicated calls our attention In a higher BoniQ 25,000 jnen. Sir Patrick had month, is winding up his nffalrs In 'homage of my veneration and my for is what the newspaper men term surely find matter for investigation In public with music by the Keydegree. According to tho reports Berved thirty-si- x years, and France ceuar napuis anu expects to go to affectionate devotion. Vpress agent stuff." in the long list of "mysteries" fur- - stone Police Jazz Band. ' jms uuiure u uie iumiiiiuuji w.is nn,i o warded him tho Officers' Cross De3 Moines shortly after the first of "DESITERE CARDINAL MERCIER, Surely of the City Hall pished by the reporters. ln tho basement supported by favorably Profs of the Legion of Honor. the month. For the last four years "Archbishop of Meline. CONFIRMS OHTTiDRKN. a few days ago there suddenly ap-- 1 Messrs. Gernert, Meddis, Johnson, Mendelssohn-Darthold- i, of Wuers-burhere he was pastor of St. Patrick's "P. S. I beg those who have so peared on the big blank walls of . Chandler, Dr. Lockhart, and last, Dr. Brockhauson, of church, on the West Side. His pas- kindly addressed their Invitations Sunday morning at 8 o'clock mass Vienna, and well NEWPORT. tho reporters' room fifty questions but not least, Dr. Hunt, will as by tho as torate here was his first, the to mo to be their guest either at a e at St. Martin's church a class of Dr. Wettetein. of Zurich. Chairman, to the administration, tigate and furnish an anxious Prof. Dr. seventy-on- e An event of Interest this week younger years of his priesthood hav- religious ceremony or assembly to children received their Mlchels, of Turin and Basle, was questions, numbered in rota-- j lie the answer to the "mysteries." The poor old Board of Safety is first holy communion from the not opposed to ihe substance of the was the reception and May Day cel- ing been spent In missionary work be good enough to regard this letter tions. were marked "mysteries." Many of these mystery questions, as getting rattled under the broadside hands of the Rev. Francis Felton, motion, but deeiraed its acceptance ebration given Thursday at Notre in Iowa and in New York State. as a provisional reply to their let the story goes, were written on the coming from all sides and Burlln their pastor. In the afternoon at In Its original form Impossible. Ho Dame of Providence Academy, New- Father Drumm came to Iowa from tors or cablegrams." Ireland when a lad. He worked on walls by Herald reporters, while all game, the chief In power, Is an- 2:30 o'clock the Right Rev. Bishop explained that tho of port, in honor of Mother Maria, the ULUKGRASS WEDDINGS. or most of tho newspaper men who nouncing so many changes daily O'Donoghue administered to them tho Holy Sec must bo limited to the Mother General of the order, who a farm In the summer and attended go to the City Hall contributed their "for the. good of the service" that the sacrament of confirmation. religious and the social Held, and came to Kentucky from Belgium in school In the winter, doing chores Cupid was busy in the Bluegrass quota. For a while the reporters he has been delayed in getting rid Fifty children made their fir3t that this limitation must be ex- 1914 in tho Interest of the "Provi- In the afternoons and evonings to o holy business showing of the few Democrats left the communion at Holy Trinity pressed in the language of tho mo- dence Sisters, who suffered the rav- help pay his tuition. Desiring to section last week, three weddlng3 of did a for tho mysterious inscriptions to citl-- 1 lico Department, and incidentally church, East Kentucky street, on tion: he argued further Uiat a ages of war, their convents being fit himself dollar he priesthood, ho Interest in Lexington and throughearned. When 5.nnR. . Affpr a few davs. but about the onlv real nolice loft to Tjrotect Sunday morning. Rev. Father clause should bo, added, guarantee- - either entirely destroyed or taken saved every high school he went to out the State being solemnized In the pastor, celebrating the Inrr Vint 4Via ni.ooftnn nf tn Trrvn1 UB headQUartOrS IOr the uerman he finished as quick as they usually do, tho po- - tho public. Thursday it was "off the Bluegrass capital. The first was lice got wise. Then certain mom- - agin, off agin," for Capt. Guelda, mass at 7:30. Right Rev. Bishop States would not bo drawn 'intn tiin'army. As Mother Maria is leaving St. Joseph's College, Dubuque, whoro that of Miss Elizabeth Miller and made his visitation discussion at any time. Baumber-go- r shortly for Belgium, tho entertain he was graduated In less time than Charles Dunakln, solemnized Monbers of the Board of Safety, the being switched from tho First to tho O'Donoghue Mayor's Secretary, and, according Second, probably In answer to the Sunday evening and administered replied that his motion con- ment was given in oraer tnai any other man who had taken tho day morning at St. Peter's church, confirmation. tained nothing of to the best Information, tne near protests of the stockyards men. in the sacrament directed against she may have a fund to take with course. He later attended a college the Rev. Father Punch ociciattng. in Montreal, and when he entered The churcii was decorated with EasMayor himself, paid a call to read the Sixth district the Republican Friends of the children filled both Italy, and that, from tho Swiss her to begin tho the mission field ho received $1,000 ter flowers and tho attendants were scrawls. and lately converted Republican point of view, he would even con- of the convents churches. the Nebuchadnezzor-llk- o from an uncle with which to pur- - Misses Mabel Hughes, of Louisville, and their following of Then somebody washed the walls. demn such action as a political ofHe Is forty-eig;chaso a librarygamblers are protesting against Some of the questions were: fense. and Nell Holt, bridesmaids, and jyears old. William Coleman, of Louisville, and Who Is John Doo nnd where does Capt Hundley's reign, and have When the vofp was finally cast on tho motion, in the committee, been circulating a petition to have he get his dough? Curtis Byrnes, groomsmen. After Baumberger's FESTIVAL FOR CHILDREN. suggestion was tho marriage service mass was celeWhere is Ed Dcnnison (escaped Smyser reinstated. Ono of the offiunanimously by all those cials of the lower board is said to prisoner) ? brated, the bride and bridegroom voting; the only delegate who did , The decks are clear for action, leaving later for Ludlow, where Where is Sailor Jack (escaped have tried his hand at smoothing not support the motion was the the path for the boys who want to and Rev. Father Walsh and the SIs- - they will make their home. Besides prisoner) ? Gorman Socialist Bernstein, of Ber- ters, assisted by members of the the wedding party the following Where is P. Curry (escaped pris- "hunch" a little, but the Captain! un, wno urn not oppose it, inu ICTHHHHtafeMiM stood his ground and said, "Nothing oner) ? Altar Society, aro getting every- wero among tho guests: Mr. and merely withheld his vote. He exthing in readiness for the Sacred Mrs. Loroy Sallee, Mr. and Mrs. How many times did the negro doing." watch the outcome of this j plained his by sayfight. Heart church May festival and Henry Shedd, Miss Maude Miller, Gilligan escapo? ing that In view of tho substantial candy party for tho children of tho Mrs. W. B. Stewart and Herman From one end of the town to the j How many prisoners escaped from arguments advanced in favor of the Sacred Heart parish. This Is an Carmen. police court February 137 uuiur ijuiiica wie eiunea ji uie xvej- - ' BB opmotion he would refrain from event looked forward to with much Who owns Hurley Pope's saloon stone police, and hardly any llttlo ' The marriage of Miss Francina posing it. When on the following Interest and provides an enjoyable Donovon to Augustine Klalr Welt-z(headquarters of the colored polltl- - ' gathering Is complete without the day the question was laid before tho anecdotes of the comedy cops. They occasion for the parents as well as clans and gamblers) ? was solemnized at St. Paul's entire body it seemed destined to Why nro the pollco sore on nre even more popular than tho the little ones. Tho festival will be church, the Rev. Father do Weage- have a smooth sailing course. After Ford jokes, but every now and then held at the school .and grounds, at neuro officiating. JMucklinwk? Tho attendants the speaker for the committee, Dr Younger? you may run ncros some one In the Phil killed Seventeenth and Broadway, on were Miss Margaret Donovan, sister Who Wettsteln, had placed the motion Monday, May 2G. (Younger was found with his crowd who doesn't smile at the will be of the bride, maid ot honor, and There befpro the assembly and had addd cut. nfter licing robbed by pera 'of the Keystoners, and when numerous pleasing attractions and Charles McCrystal, tho best man. his endorsement, no one offered to ' the ever popular country store. All negroes at Tenth and Walnut. Xo you query you'll find he can't see ' The bride is the daughter of Mrs. speak on It; thereupon the Chairthe humor ot it, being a victim of arrest.) .the ladles and their aids are at Margaret Donovan and is one of tho man ruled tho discussion closed and j their posts nnd Curl tho army of crooks ' and hold-uGmvsman? Who the watchword is most popular graduato nurses of the killed the motion adopted, inasmuch as no One'' fGroeni'an was murdered and robbed men operating in our midst. "Full steam ahead to certain sec- - city. Mr. Weltzel Is the son of tho contrary motion had been Introstreets.) night last week the motorman on a! nt Fifteenth ceW The proceeds will bo added late James Weltzel and a nephew At this lato moment the duced. to the fund for tho splendid school of tho Hon. William F. Klalr. Who.killed the soldier nt linn-- 1 west Chestnut street car saw a n author of books on In a covlc nnd Market? (A sergeant was burglar lelBurely operating of tho parish. Miss Frances Desha and Frank Prof. Forol, arose and killed by a negro nt that corner this , Quaker Maid grocery, doing his Scanlon were married Wednesday voiced a protest against "the adTlio pollco arrested the shopping early, as It was after winter. INVESTIGATING. morning at 6:30 o'clock at St. mission of religious elements into mnn, who was later dismiss- - night. The motorman hurried his Paul's church, tho Rev. Father do tho Loague of Nations." At tho car to the Intersection and notified ed.) Tho wed American and British authorities Weagenaere officiating. head of the nations favoring the Who killed J. H. Thompson? one of our Keystone police that a are investigating the riot at Inver- ding music was played by Miss motion stood Holland and Hungary, (Thompson was found with a fine burglary was transpiring at the next ness, Scotland, during which sailors Catherine Lyons at tho organ and although their delegations consisted nnd corner. cOp Tho comedy said, skull at Twenty-eight- h and civil police battled for two Miss Elizabeth Smith singing the almost entirely of MftdisoH a few weeks ago. His "Well, I declare; I'll go out to thp hours. The fight Is said to have solo parts in the mass. Miss Mary "Gen. de Xeeetre (the representaunexplained.) barn (station house) and get some death started when tho policemen attempt- Desha, slstor ot the bride, was maid tive of Holland) made a drop imIhe two negroes hi the police to lock him up." Needless to Who killed ed to compel sailors from tho of honor, and John Scanlon, the pression," Bays 'the report we have , isay, the enterprising burglar wa3 gambling houses? fleet to move away from bridegroom's brother, acted as bost before us, "when ho called out his OF MARLBOROUGH. aye gouo when tho patrol of Keystoners DUOHESS made? Why were no arifsls tho vftinity of the Town Hall. Scot- man. Tho bride is from a prominent to thp chair in a resonant Mige SYLVIA BOYDEN. came from Garland avenue. Formerly Miss Consuelo Vander-bil- t, voice." Why is the Fire leirtineHt? , tish civilians Bided with the police Cynthlana family, and Mr. Scanlon Austria and Switzerland , Nineteen-year-ol- d Cot- -' The residents of F street don't of New York, among the visit- cast two votes for and ono against English girl and Amorlcan naval pickets wero Who put oat the fire at tho a business man .of tho city. Key- - ors of her district on election day, tho resolution; Great Britain and, who dropped M.000 feet from n reported to havo aided their com- is seem to care much for our ton Seed plaat? atoms guardians, some Wkt deflA Mayor Staith think idignantiy objecting to of them - when sheof was recently ehoeen a Gernuuay e6fc oast one for, one balloon just outside of Loados,e rades. This is another evidence of TASSES LONDON. tho motor- member the London County alnet sad recusal to vote; the using a parachuto, fljrst time on.rec-eel- tho ill will tho English 'bear AmeriWw Ryee "rolled" at Central cycle cops ridtag oa the pavement Council, defeating an extreme Soreprmntntlve of our country ord a woman has performed this can soldiers who won the war for Greater New York is now larger lives of children nd old people, cialist. Station? iweeeat at the congress voted nay! 'dangerous feRt. the Allies. than London, ' . al 9, tax-paye- ra w During the flfjjapUfr'ojL flie month of March an Iw65t!onal Leaguo of Nations ConaSS3ls hold in the city of Borne 'iM; Switzerland, a convention to irfch just as llttlo attention was ifiiJn the press of this country aajteutba International Socialist Congi'i, which, preceded It. In llko raaner,-thInternational Christian .Social' Workingmen'3 Congress, whlo'n, jet. during the, latter "half of Marek t LucorneY and Ijy no . less than which was atte 300 delegates ffvm'j. large nembev of countries, wliiso passed over in silence, Anhlsf in &plte of the fact that It a fcfghly important that we in this country should be WoH posted on the of such important groups Mfr&fcn from lnabr nations, who ojteijiiss questions of general interestT and - notwithstand ing tho fact ,timt these congresses were attended a number of of intemiationa f repute. Catholic o &T..C' .ff.l.Bia ? e HiBBHBVBBBBiftiiirw '' sstlict -- I "" rSSISSK tCi-Vx. t aiM?,"".r.r,!..T. sce3 rrv ." E I follow-oitlzo- ns - - t, gwlsBk-t-edi- tax-paye- rs et iSt a TTar-il.- 1 wSSSea.ajWfSughjM h Vie-tor- L - T,mnTnm:5o Searcy-Chilto- I police-Holy- un-.ma- n. of - A . - fitatlon-keepe- r. fellow-citize- J g, Jnves-address- ed pub-Th- I land-offi- ce Po-th- Bar-reshel- 4 -- saloo- n-keepers - ht HBHf' B I I I HSBBBiPlBr BIBk'' el . at I I pj I I well-know- Sex-ethic- s, mid-wro- ng tHi-e- non-Catholt- mine-sweepi- I ! ee my a-- .;. jK&T&rrtJ&mY r : ' 1 : xoTjnxrj ix commox. Shano Leslie, the distinguished of the Dublin Review, protei;o Redmond, close of the late Jonn Mend of Sir Horace Plunkett 1n . 1 . '" r - iir "T v AdaacxoA2c-' . i '? ' ' Ireland, and member of tho greatest of Irish, families. In a statement to the Boston iPost, announces that Bolshevism nhd Sinn Fein cause have nothing in common and aro two different things. He Is a nephew of Lord Rosebery, a native of Ulster and oon ot Captain Leslie, tho last Tory Orange member of the British Parliament who sat for County Monaghan, Ireland. He Is n graduate of Cambridge University, England, and one of the best known Irish writers of the present day. The Sinn Ffiln cause could have no more powerful adherent, for Leslie has been one of tho strongest opponents. He has persistently clung to a Home Rule solution of the Irish question. His prestige has seen such that among English politicians be lias ibeeu looked upon as the leader of the "moderate" party in Ireland. His family connectoins are siirh that he has been on intimate social terms with the leading famAs ilies of England and Irelnnd, an essayist and poet ho lias won wide recognition. In aligning himself with the Sinn Fein he definitely breaks with all his former connections and they have been numerous and important. He Is one of tho Tew Irishmen Who havo felt that England would somohow rise to the occasion and do justice to Ireland, Ho constantly preached the doctrine of cultivating friendly relations with England and relying on her sense of fairness. H now comes out. and comes ont flatly, for the Sinn Fein cause and denounces the policj- xho dias clung to horoto-forIn disgust and dismay he confesses that all his hopes ihave been blasted and Sinn Fein way is the only path Irishmen can follow. He looks to Cardinal O'Connell as tho great leader of the Irish race and the real guide for Irishmen. His statement Js found to create tremendous interest In Ireland and England and gives the Sinn Fein cause a great boom. He says. "There is good hope that Ireland may teach the world the only safe guard from Bolshevism. All over tho world tho Irish penetrate labor, lead It and Christianize It. For that reason dt is necessary to glvo Sinn Fein a clear path in Ireland nnd The Sinn await whatever footido. Tho BolFelner is not Bolshevist. shevist destroys tradition and property, massacres Bishops nnd profanes churches. Tho Sinn Feiner harks back to the tradition and culture of tho Celtic past, obeys Bishops and respects all churches. The Bolshevist is a virulent Socialist. The Sinn Felner is a Christian democrat. "In spite of mistakes and muddling it is necessary to recognize this side of the Sinn Fein. The world will iind in a free Sinn Fein Ireland the greatest breakwater and pledge against universal' Bolshevism that is possible. Tho world may havo to fihooso between recognizing the .green flag or being swamped under 'he red. Finally, granting from th'o higher point of view that all nations should be at geno'ous and general peace, .between no two countries is an entente more necessary' than be tween England and America, and HUs can never bo until a fair, righteousness and lasting settlement of Hie Irish question has been mado. "Propagandists, editors and proor peripatetic, fessors, stationary who wish to keep England nd Vmerica in sweet accord and har mony will find a short cut in applying a sano and salving solution to the Irish question. Personally, is a propagandist for Sir Horace' Plunkett and an abettor of tho Irish convention and a panegyrist of British good intentions to Ireland, I feel the time has come for political suicide and oblivion; though if I caesed to believe In the justice of the Irish cause I should also cease to telievo in God." e. a ;. & &.?. U'ft.v.'' II '.j, J-- "' '" - "" ' ' . $1 AAA X !u.& A - Jlk v I 1 XJl U If you had a Thousand Dollars in Gold ; .- -x States declared war against the Imperial German Government In April, 1917, and the Fifth Llbrety loan, or victory loan, is an April effort. When the United States started into the war the "nnish" of tho Kaiser and all the Kaiser stood for was in sight. The people of tho United States are now in the mood to finish up their part of the war by furnishing their Government the funds necessary to redeem all our pledges to our allies and our own pcoplo and to get back on a peace baste again. TJio same clear, line flame of patriotism that burned In the opening days of the war, that flamed at Chateau-Thierr- y and "blazed at the Mouse and the Argonne, warms the merican people as wo finish tho last nnd lightest of the tasks of the great struggle. Ever' American Is convinced of the necessity of finishing up tho task we have undertaken. Wo went into it In good faith. Wo have carried out thus far every contract, every pledge, every agreement, verbal or written, that we gave. And wo are not going to falter now when the end is so nearly in sight. The attractiveness ot the Victory issue of tho Liberty loan series as nn Investment makes It all the easier for the buyer to make up his mind. Their appeal to tho Investment-seeker 13 RELIES UPOX PEOPLE. We started this thing in April. Let's finish It now. The United hundred to advantage. After all, it's something every family ought to have, a "gold reserve" for emergencies and the bigger it is . the better. That's just what Liberty Bonds are, your emergency fund. In gold, too, because the bonds are payable by the United States Treasury in gold when they become due. And thev are .far safer and easier to take care of than actual gold dollars hidden away in a m likely you haven't. Few of us have. But like to have it no question about that. It would give you a pretty comfortable feeling, if there were sickness in the family, to know that a thousand dollars in good, hard gold was right where you could get at it or if something went wrong in your business, or if you saw a chance to use a few VERY Your dollars in Liberty Bonds are always available for immediate use, because any bank will lend you money on the bonds or help you to sell them. There's another advantage, too, over gold dollars in .a cash box. Dollars put aside in Liberty Bonds are not merely dollars saved and lying idle against the day of need. They are invested dollars, drawing interest day and night, week-day- s and Sundays. They're the sort of golden hoard that grows by itself. True, .you can't build up that family "gold reserve" by just wishing for it. But a little sacrifice on your . cash box. , part now will do it. You'll never have a better chance. It isn't likely, now that the war is over, that the Government will ever again issue bonds with so high an interest rate and in. every way so attractive at an investment not, at least, in your lifetime. security. There Is not only a most per attractive rate of interest, 4 cent,, to be considered In an absolutely safe investment, but there is also tho' certainty tho notes will In tho future command a higher price than the purchnser paid for them. comPatriotism and bine to interest tho purchaser of the last of the Liberty bond Issues.' For the Fifth loan is to be tho last. But It Is the appeal that the financial emorgecny makes to evory American who lias a genuine right to bear that name, that will make tho 'bonds be taken quickly. Tho United States Government is relying upon tho hacking of the people now, just as It relied upon that hacking In, the stern days when we entered the war nnd tho .gloomy days ot last spring when the German armies wpto crashing into the Allied lines on the Western front. self-intere- that of a gilt-edg- ed st Don't be milled by present-da- y market conditions. They are governed by supply and demand and have no bearing on the real value of Liberty Bonds. The United States Government has never failed to pay its bonds at their ful! face value. One thousand dollars in gold will always be worth one thousand dollars in gold, but no more. One thousand dollars in Liberty Bonds will be worth one thousand dollars in gold when they come due as the United States Government promises, and in the meanwhile they have paid you many dollars in interest. & ' ' 'V. J. J. Kavanagh Majestic Oil Company Louisville ProviAon Oompaay Swiss Gleaners and Dyers Victory Liberty Loan Committee ) mrmTjnnT. vnT.-Eviin'r Right Bev. Dr. Browne, Bishop of Clovne, Ireland, announces that tho building of the Cathedral at Queenstown has been completod. and that the consecration and dedication ceremony will be held In Central Furniture Company A Patriotic Concern Xlarec Provision Company Newman Drug Company 'Bourbon Stock Yards Company Wood Mosaic Company W. E. Caldwell Company Louisville Base Ball Club ' ;, Staadard, Sanitary Mff. Co. Akrens and Ott Division '. Falls Otty Clothing- Company '' . - Kennett & Sons H. Verhoff & Co Jas. Clark, Jr., Electric Company Stewart Dry Goods Company Lincoln Savings Bank .and Trust Company Louisville Car Wheel and Railway Supp'ly Company Kentucky Inah Amencaa C. P. m & a & ir K . . o kbk:?jcuoky irish OF AAdo&jRiOASs:. LAST OFFERING OF STOCK IE Composed of Louisville People And Organized Under Laws of Kentucky Stock Issued Full Paid and Non-Assessable. nrn at INCORPORATED INCORPORATED TRIAL OF E MILE COTTIN. Photo just released shows ma n who attempted tho assassination of Premier Clemceau receiving the s entence of death, pronounced by the Court Martial In Paris. Tho sentence was later commuted to ten years at tho request of Premier C lemenceau. Oil lease is m the most favorable location in OWSLEY COUNTY, which is immediately south of the big producing territory of LEE COUNTY. OUR ENGINEER, who has just located the place to drill the first well, advises us that we have everything in our favor, indicating a big producing oil well. We nave a small CAPITAL STOCK, only $25,Q00, moio than half has been subscribed. There are no bonds, notes or preferred stock, therefore if we make' a BIG STRIKE the few stockholders who make up this con, servative first organization will make big money. SWEDEN'S POSTMASTER GENER L AERIAL MAIL PASSENGER. Shares Are $1.00 Each and Sell For $1.00 Each If you are interested in oil investments this straightforward business proposition should appeal to you, and if it does you should act immediately.' Dr Julius Juhlln a passenger on the lerial post plane fiom Washington to New Yojk, was enthusiastic about the possibilities of tho aerial mall routes On his left Is Pilot Robert Shank and on his right V S. Postmaster General Otto Praeger. At the close- of sultry day. And the laborers turned them homeward From tho meadow and hillside gray, FULL SUPPLY ALL KINDS In the shade of the palm they lingered RIVER PISH By tho sldo of the deep old well. greeted OYSTERS AND SHRIMP And neighbors their friends and As tho peaceful twilight fell. SMOKED FISH - FISH FOR LENT. Dotb PIioneH 20 1G BLESSES THE CHILDREN. to Democracj By a riioimimoMSTS. PERFECT FITTING Tho twilight came dn Judea, RITA PETROLEUM CO. jr,. While the world was made safe for SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES Democracy By tho blood of the youth of our If land, long-haire- 506 REPUBLIC E. B. Irvari BUILDING PHONES: Main 1859; City 2190 : Itself was murdered d 1 band. pro-h.- ', E. Walter E. Huffaker Walter S. Adams DIRECTORS While our soldiers were fighting for Cj M. Morris J. L. Riehm Liberty, Tor, tho world and the s at home, Tho took charge of the dear-onepro-hies OD yJPi' Oculists' Prescriptions. OPTICAL INCOKFOBATED S Cor. Brook and Market Sts. Hither tho patient camels. Fiom tho dusty waysido came, And the gentle sheep from the pasture, Which tho shepherds call by name, And the little children, loitered, Tired with their merry play; And they drank of tho crystal water In the cool of the passing day. And there came the Master also, To rest Him a little space, And tho children clustered 'round brown-haire- Capitol, And Liberty was hanged In its dome. Is What motive back of these mur-dei- s. SOUTHERN COMPANY mmm-rffi 'x rKJBifo,A, v j '3m4.wi i , x . y8K'K&7s w v FfcT w ?' i v, i.?? j. fX t Can' anyone tell us why? Is It some unseen propaganda, Or Just for political pie? Soon wo can't serve on a jury, If tobacco we raise or we smoke. And the United States of Ameilca bo A huge Fourth nnd Chestnut. t Political Joke. to tho memories and Liberty, too. x, TRY tf.'rrr MB) fiVim Him, Drawn by the gentle face, d And the tiny, maidens, And the little lads eager-eyqTrustingly leaned upon Him, And rested there by his side. d, 'We will just be brothers-to-thc-OWith nothing but cud to chew. So bid farewell Of Democracy Kenner Taylor. irn IIB s ! MEAN GOODBYE TO MR. FLY & he lovingly clasped tho wee ones, TVfiHnt? n. ldnshln nwpnr Master of Earth and Heaven With the little ones at his feet, And he raised his eyes to tho people And said In .his dear voice mild, "To enter tho Kingdom of Heaven, You must bo as a little child " And FORTY HOURS. At St. Frances of Rome church there will bo an Impressive opening of the Forty Hours' devotions '2). "THE imm V- m m t" HENRY C HERP, V LOUISVILLE HUT UX OHntWV PILL THAT WILL" - TLVER PLLS m morning, which contlnuo Rev. 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"Wrlto for free sample copy 16 pages, 2 illustrated, building, Louisville, Ky. 411-41Inter-Southern w& F STRAW HAT FOR J3-- CLEANING. Avoid the rush by con- ImilUng us now. Panama JL3B 'Hat Cleaning: and Block NOW IS THE TIMD H! ing our specialty. HAT CXEAHIHO NATIONAL 633 WOBKS Albert Smith, Frop. "WEST MARKET STREET Home Phone, City 5161 MESSENGER GOO SERVICE (DAY OR NIGHT.) SOUTH FIFTH STREET. We purchase and deliver theater tickets, lunches, railroad tickets, berths, etc. Prompt and reliable messengers tor all kinds ot personal and private business. Phone City 4414. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING W. W.Ctrtcr Fnrth aid JtftcHM Tomorrow night at 8 o'clock there will be an organ recital at St. chinch that will prove a J. .. And the sheep to tho fold were musical treat. Tho recital will be TTTTTi led, given by Miss Sarah McConathy, of And the years that have passed are the Louisville Conservatory of Mumany. sic, who will be assisted by Mrs. But tho Master's heart Is tho David J. Maloney, the accomplished same, violinist, and St. Columba's choir. And He blesses today tho chlldion Prof. J. P. Recktenwald will bo tho Who whisper In lovo His name. director, with Mrs. D. Malkemus THE ORIGINAL FLIVVER OF THE AIR presiding at tho oigan Admission This Is, so far as known, tho first phootgraph to b'o received In this country of the new Fiencli baby will bo free. MUST TAY THE DEBT. monoplane, which can be manufactured, it is asserted, at th pilce of a motorcycle, and promises to rival , During the war we wero learning in Franco the ubiquity of tho pop ular priced' automobile in tills country HURT BY AUTO. 10c Lady tho lesson that the most sacred Raymond McClelland, the debt that any man can owe is that many deserving and VIXCEXTIANS. GREETED BY FRIENDS. and a great son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul of loyalty to his country And that pleasing attractions. A J. 5c This fund . Is ono of the debts that most peoTho quarterly meeting of mem- McClelland," 1702 Maple street, who Joseph N. HIggins, of the Fifth cares for many poor unfortunates ple had been paying very .little at- Marines, who saw active service and is a most worthy charity Those bers of tho St. Vincent do Paul So- sustained Internal injuiies and cuts tention to for a whole lifetime be- from the time tho Huns wcr,e re- who aid these good women will feel ciety will be held tomorrow after- when he was struck by an automoBest Cigars Made fore tho war came. It had grown pulsed at Chateau Thierry until se- the better therefor, noon at the Knights of Colunlbus bile driven by Mrs. A. M. Emerich, to be tho fashion to sneer at a man verely wounded by exploding shrapHall and a large attendance is look- Is recovering and will soon be able who referred to tho Stars and nel on November 3 In the Argonne, ed for. In the morning tho vailous to be out The boy was taken to TTTTV'I GOES TO ROME. Stripes in a public address. ThoJ Is spending his thirty-da- y fm lough conferences will receive holy com- tho City Hospital, where his condiman who rose when the national Mr and Mr3, Throughout all ages we have read munion in a body at tlleir respec tion was considered serious WHENITSYOOR ., ., PF61"8anthem was played waB looked upon in history and learned from trail- tive churches. At the meeting SeciV,."uVJ..r,Sr; 5'MOVU with kindly pity as a sort of a FATHER AIIMAXX. retary Bohan will read tho confer Both Both dateless "boob." ' It was not fash- all his friends are both surprised."011 tho names of our heroes, and ence reports and President John A. Plionei Phone Rev. I. M. Ahmann, dean of the ionable to admit that you had a and rejoiced to see him looklnjr so at the end it Is always said, "There jJoyie win enroll now members. country. Covington district and pastor of St. well after his numerous trips "over were many whose names are not LET US KNOW t Aloyslus church, who has been conIt was qulto the proper thing to the top." He tells a most InterestHOME TO STAY. During tho present get all swelled up over the fact that ing story of the valor of the Amer- recorded."in our dally papers of war fined to his home for tho past we readour Local and lonp distance moving with you were born In .Vermont or Vir ican troops and the effective part gallant soldiers and from time to motor William Cllnes, of South Sixth couple of weeks with a painful Ill- shipping ans. l'urnlture, packing- and EsAll work uuaranteed. ginia. That your ancestors were taken by tho Marines. ness, was last Thursday removed to time our heroic chaplains havo been stieet, who has been In the navy for timates cheerfully furnished free of Crom North Carolina or Now Jerheard from. Thero is one whose tho past two years, arrived In tho St. Elizabeth Hospital for expert charge. sey. HONORED FOUNDER. There were any number of Father Ahmann has name has no been mentioned In city Thursday and ia now at the treatment. A. ABNOLD 6 SONS Sons of Missouri or California "Na public thus far, but who has been home of his mother. Mis. Mary many friends In Louisville who will AUCTION b STORAGE CO. Monday was the feast day of St. held in benediction by hl3 friends. Cllnes. He was on tho U. S. Nevada pray for his speedy and full tive Sons" and Ohio or Illinois or (Incorporated) Wisconsin or other societies. But Paul of the Cross, tho founder of Wo speak of Rev. Fellclan and has made the tour of the world 425 Weit Main Street the soft pedal had been put ori any the Fassionlst order, and despite the Felner, O. M. C. Father He volunteered Tho Nevada did great service for tho mention of American patriotism threatening weather thero was a his services as. soon as war was de- American forces when they were PARK TO OPEN. save during a political campaign or large gathering at tho Sacred Heart clared and a very short time after going "over there" and was a terror on tho Fourth of July. We were Retreat on the Newburg road to was called. The War Department to the Hun Judge Charles A. Wilson, manager and submarines. keeping much closer tab on our participate in the solemn and In St. in judging him fit for military service Young 'Cllnes isinch perfect health of Fontaine Ferry Park, is of Fortho real Amer- LOuis to attend the opening bank accounts, our "bills receivcelebration. Masses wero without training, Father Fellclan and looks every est Park Highlands, which is operatable" and "bills payable," than we celebrated at 5:30, 6:30 and 9 Franco with his regiment ican yeomnn. wero on our loyalty. We took the o'clock, the last being a solemn high left for ten days after he received ed on the same circuit as the Louiswithin KNIGHTS' AND ORPHANS. ville amusement place. He will review apparently that since loyalty mass, and in the afternoon at 3 his commission as First Lieutenant. main In St. Louis over Monday in wouldn't buy a. suit of clothes, or o'clock there were special services His wonderful work Is known to Tho Knights of Columbus of order to complete all arrapgements tip a waiter, or buy motor oil, that and benediction. As has beon the God alone,, for his letters are only which will it wasn't much good. In brief, it custom, blessing with tho relic of of his men and not a mention of his Louisville have announced Sunday, for the new features at the local was not legal tender, and so we had St. Paul took place at intervals hardshiDs. This week word was re May 18, as Orphan day, when they mark the 1919 season will entertain tho children of the resort, which will open within the rolled it up in forgetfulness and throughout the day. Coffee and ceived In Ioulsvllle that Father St. Thomas next two weeks. put it away In the back of our eatables wero provided by the ladles The Best Bug and Roach was on his way to Rome. We three homes hero. minds. Killer on the market, because of St. Agnes parish for thoso who trust upon hla return to tho States home will bo tho hosts this year, QUIT FOR DAY O.VLY. But wo can pay our debts to spent the day on tho beautiful the Reverend Provincial will see fit tho children from St. Vincent and we guarantee it to kill or no pay. CO. CHEJinOAIi Undo Sam with it. These debts grounds surrounding the monastery. to place Father Fellclan again St. Joseph being taken over in LOUISVILLE All Irish workers except those In An interesting programme wore paid by 70,000 Americans who 108 Sontli Third Avenue people of Louisville and autos. among tho arranged, and refreshments the northern parts of Iredand, enMain 1805 will stay In France, They paid City 8222 FOR MOTHERS' DAY. Pleasure Ridge Park, whoro he la- is being served to tho children, who tirely ceased work Thursday. The will bo Wo stay-a- t their debts in full. newspapers, bored so zealously and the good ho are anxiously awaiting the day. factories, railroads, homes can draw .upon our loyalty Sunday, May 1G, will be Mothers' did here, the same as across, is beshops and other industries closed onco again now. Wo haven't fin- day. The custom, originated by Miss yond human mind to comprehend down in compliance with the order HATE OFF TO BETHEL. ished paying that particular debt. Anna Jarvls, of Philadelphia, ot or human words to express. from the powerful Transport WorkWo will never have finished as long wearing a white carnation, for a the Thanks of this community are ers' Union.not Although In the north, as we live and the Government en- mother who is "not lost, hut gone on was observed TEAM STRENGTHENED. duo Chairman Peyton Bethel for strike wero dures. Wo do not have to pay our before," and a pink carnation for a Bring us your last year's Straw-- let labor demonstrations and tho splendid manner In which he there debt of loyalty with our lives as mother who is still "tho center of us shape it into this yoar's latest The additions to the Louisville has conducted the big Victory Lib- processions In tie cities theie Civil did 70,000 Americans who will not tho dearest spot on earth home," servants In has strengthened erty Loan drive in Louisville. The icially notifiedDublin had been off- mode. We are in a position to do come "homo with the 'boys." We will be moro widely followed than ball club's line-u- p that any absenting tho best of work at reasonable have the privilege of paying it, in over and everybody ds expected to tho Colonels conslderalby and big Chairman has received enthusiastic themselves from work would be prices. go make "thft wisest and tenderest uso crowds aro expected this afternoon support from the men and women liable to instant dismissal. hard cash. We don't have to Cleaning, dying, reblocking of and tomorrow to see thu club again of our city, who have nobly aban4,000 or 5,000 miles to pay that of the day." Ladles' Hats in the latest styles. tackle tho Kansas City aggregation. doned their own business and home debt as did somo Americans., We ADDS TO LIST. One break of luck for the Louisville duties to go from door to door can can buy Victory Liberty bonds at SEWING SOCIETY ANNUAL. club this week was the postpone vasslng for tho Loan. our own doors. Rechccklng of army records reSt. shown sulted during the past week In the The spirit of Next Tuesday and Wednesday peo- ment ot the Kelly aggregation had pagames, as the tho is inspiring and evidence TOMCE BAND STARTS. ple from all sections of the city will addition of 476 names to the list of 515 West Walaat St. Tho Louisville Police Band was make their way to Phoenix Hill Hall, a little advantage over Louisville's triotic sentiment that prompts our major casualties tho War Depart heard at the Fourth District Police to enjoy the annual enteitalnment weakened team roster. Incidental- people to place their services at the ment announced Thursday, bringing fceya a naKMtte Hurt trill Station Thursday night for tho first and card party to be given by the ly St. tPaul with Its present corpa disposal of the Government and sac the, Utnl to 75,820 killed in action, It 7omr BrMt kMM tvt IK. time. Harry L. Cook, conductor, Ladies' Sewing Society for .the ben- of "seasoned pitchers and hitters like rifice their own interests in order died ot wounds and disease and died says the band will soon be one of efit of tho St. Anthony Hospital Dressen, Miller and Corridon looks that the credit of Uncle Sam may of other causes. The number of ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE the best in tho city. If It Is not charitly fund. The ladies have given like the team they will all have to remain unimpaired, and the .country prisoners was reduced to 4,780 as a fans 113 W. Br4Try, SevUrlU, Xj. It should, be arrested as a- public these; entertainments for many years boat for the pennant. Local man- meet Its honorable obligations result of corrections and the missthrough tho instrumentality of Its ing In action reduced to 4,293. Tho Conducted by the. X&varlaa Brettier. nuisance. But the public leans to with increasing success. For months are showing confidence in the Scientific BuaImm eb4 the belief that playing horns is not past they have been energetically agement of Mert. Neal and Fla citizens. The people of Louisville coueeted total of wounded was Classical.Frepartrjr DtftrtaHL Mm the duty of a policeman. Many say preparing for tM event, and they herty and the big crowds attending owe a vote of thanks to Chairman iKlven as 201.847. but In many cases Course. Fool. Well Mquipped aymat-sluBwlmmlnr is will only prove another 'expensive feel that It will be th bet everAare doing their part to help Louis Bethel for his untiring work on be-- 1 men were included In this total as Term Bsederatn. camouflage. i wounded more tnan once.. given. There will be "eats'-- ' for alljfv'lle la its dash for the flag. half of tne loan, well-sid- e, The clear stars shone o'er tho hilltops As tho children homeward sped. And the Master mused by tho SMOKE TARPY'S Dash Little , - X',8 l , -- -- Fe-ricl- an r f one-da- y Tadies? Paul-Loulavl- lle Walnut Straw Works - m. 0 fcCjaxNrooiciir May C and 7 Annual charity en-- ' tertainmont of Ladles' Sewing SoSATURDAY. PUBLISHED EVERY ciety for St. Anthony'B Hospital at Hill Hall. Rented to the SocUl and Morl Advancement o! Itlsh Americans ad Cthot!cs Phoenix Ma? 8 Moonlight excursion ot Ancient Order of Hibernians. Yonng Men's Officially Indorsed by Columbia Athletic Club on Steamer Institute and Catholic Knights of America. '' Island Queen. Publishers May 9 Euchre and lotto" koi&St. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTINO CO.. Incoffotttti. C0Py"5c Louis Bertrand Church iDebtfBuihl-in- g SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE Fund, in Bertrand Hnll fitter-noo- n V and evening. Entered at the Loutivllle PoitoHlce ai Second.Cleii Matter. May 20 Euchre and lotto, after1 Wit Qretn St noon and night, for benefit of" t. lUnti ill Communications to tha KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, William's church, in hall, Thirteenth and Oak May 2G Sacred Heart fedhurch 319-32- KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN. coanxa events. aiw ajmjeiioi V WHY IS A FIRE DEPARTMENT? THE DREADNAUGHT Oil and Refining Co. (In Pre-Organiz- May school hall, Seventeenth and . ' festival 3 and andy-pullin- g, ,Broaj-wa- y. : , State) ' ' LOUISVILLE, KY. j .SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1919 Maekln Social Club on steamer Pil grim. June Moonlight excursion of Proposed Capitalization $1,000,000 Offers a Limited Number of Its STOCK at fc Per Share MARY'S MONTH. fc i With Thursday we welcomed the beautiful nionth. of May, which Is dedicated to tiro Blessed Virgin Mary It Is a beanm or universal extraordinary devotion to tho and Immaculate Mother of God. So InMother timately "was the Blessed associated with her Divine Son that we could not, if wo would, hondr hei without honoring, loving and adoring Him. Ict us 1iave true de- votion to Mair 1f we wish to be .n.l 0 Alnliinciia "tuj ?ltVU, v?u JWJ.,iv,i.3vs lm a said: "I do not think that hell can boast ot possessing a single soul who cn- deavored to parctico true devotion to Mary." In all tho churches public devotions are held during May to Let us attend them honor Mar'and beg the intercession of our Heavenly Queen who has always been known as the safe refuse of sinners. -- - situation ix Ireland. Extension of the Limerick strike against martial law from that city to tho whole of Ireland Indicates that a condition has developed there from which serious consequences may flow. There Is no doubt that for some time a tense situation has prevailed throughout Ireland, owing to, the garrisoning of a large army there and' the praotical enforcement of martial law by tho British Government. It seems to "be the intention of the military authorities to piovoke open rebellion. All know what that would mean. A general strike in itself means passive resistance only. But the danger of disorder and conflict is greatly increased by the strike. If it can be kept within limits by tho Irish labor leaders all may be well. But the danger of further trouble is imminent. We can only hope that disorders will not follow the proclamation of the strike. 8ECIIET TREATY. That,, seciet Jtrcaty Qf London, which was enfeied into by England, France and iRussia ,with Italy is now and it fits in well with the prevalent philosophy that discards tho spirit ual and supernatural in its specula Tho primary cause for the tions. growth of Socialism may oe found In the fact that the model n rystom of education prepaies minds to accept tho specific remedy for social and Industrial evils in Socialism. It Is puerile as well as futile to deny the existence of such evils. Wo would despair if we must" at- tribute these evils to tho ion laws of political economy and deny that society can supply a remedy. In his Encyclical on the conditions of labor, Leo XIII. declares that society has its duties and defines tho uses of wealth and lays down the only principles on which social peace can be secured. The Catholic Church has always been tho one organization that has apprehended the full meaning and menace of Socialism. It has stood alone In uncompromising position. When political paities used it as a recruit grounds for votes or a store from which to borrow campaign thunder tho church saw and pointed out the danger. If wo would de stroy Socialism, or Bolshevism, wo must have a definite programme. Wo must fight the devil with Ore. Remove tho prerent cause of ifnrcst in America. The gospel of So cialism is a gospel of action and we must answer in Its own terms. BRING ROYS HOME. While all our available ships aie engaged in bringing tho boys home the British ships which carried them over are carrying British goods to the markets of the world, and ousting the United States "from her commercial hunting grounds on the American continent. Tbls has not surprised us. In fact, it" Is the very thing we expected to happen; we have said so time and again. Bring the boys home and let the given by Trinity Council, Y. M. I. Juno 13-1- 5 Moonlight eTcursions June 17 Euchre and lotto toy ladies of the Cathedral' In hall, 431 Sptfth Fifth street, afternoon and evening. PAR VALUE 10c SOQIETY. Miss Louise Tucker left on to spend the week-en- d in Miss Katherine,"' Malone Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Thomas Hogan. in St. 'Louis. Wo liavo options on more tlian 5.G0O neros of carefully selected drilling: acreage in Kentucky along the .line of the Cincinnati Arch, in the following counties: Lee, Wolfe, Magoffin, Cumberland, Adair, Allen. OTHER DEALS PENDING Louisville's "hick,' fire department at recent blj? conflagrations gets "homesick" and leaves beforegthe fire is out. Among our options is one well in Cumberland county, tfood for about 40 barrels when shot. Three others drilled there work starting within thirty davs to clean Mime ington, sister of the bride, acted as Miss Elizabeth Winn is the guest mala of honor, and Thomas Smith of the (Misses Baldwin at their home wasyoest man. In out. Eastern Parkway. their ' own policing of Europe; that is one way of squaring Allies do effective way, too. " p'" CHURCH IX FRANCE. accounts with Great Britain, and an ar - - - " " Mrs. Thomas J. Duffy has been spending the past ten days ab riage at St. Louis Bertrand's church Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock, French Lick .Springs. Rev. Father R. G. Lyons officiating We are giving special atMiss Catherine Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Mohr hada at the ceremony. tention to Confirmation and pieasani time wun inenas in now Keane and William B. 'Meany were the attendants. Following the cerFirst Communion Pictures, York City the past week. emony a reception was held at the at special prices. (Miss Mildred Rapier has returned home or the bride's cousin, Miss from a visit to her sister, Mrs. J. Mayme Keaney, of Rogeis street. The happy young couple will begin I. Greenwell, at New Haven. housekeeping at 730 West BreckinMrs. Robert Murphy, of Jefferson-vlll- ridge street and they have the 'best L. F. GA.UDIE. Prop'r. was called to Tennessee, whete wishes of their many friends for a afll S. THIhD ST. matrimonial career of happiness and her brother is, desperately ill. prosperity. Noonan Ryan, who Is home from MANY APPLICANTS. the navy on a thirty days' furlough, has been visiting friends at Employer Mibs Camllle Detert. who has If You Are charge, of the bureau of employment And Need a Girl U orker, Miss Lucy Raffertv of Highland opened last week by the Women's guest of Activities ot the N. C W. C rePark, was the ' week-en- d OR Miss Corinne Holmes at Glasgow ports that from the day the office opened many applicants have called Junction. each day to register their names If You Are Girl Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pooley enter- for positions, most of them being stenographers, bookkeepers, And Need a Position , tained Messrs. Arthur Signer and for Walter Slener, of North. Vernon, clerks, salesladies, etc. As there Sain 3359 CALL US Citj 3359 ' ' is no charge made for services to last week. either party, the 'busine&s men of Wtmin's Activities, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Bennett, of the city are asked to with the bureau by telephoning Crescent Hill, spent the week-en- d Natidhal Catholic War Council With Mr. and Mrs. James Reagan at Miss Detert whenever they need help of any kisd. More calls than Pewee Valley. can be filled are coming In for wo 37 South Fourth St. Dr. John T. Malone, of Jefferson men who sew and who do house- Eat Side Fourth, Near Broadway Barracks, St. Louis, spent the week- work. Miss Detert is also very CAMILLE DETERT, end with his parents,- Mr. and Mrs. anxious for all the 'Catholic women of the city to call to seo the atEmployment Bureau. foh'n T. Malone. which has been tractive Mrs. Nolan Dant .and little daugh- fitted up for them, to provide a comfortable meoting place, ter Drusctte have been visiting her open both day and night, up which is to about patents, 'Mr. and Mrs. James H, Miss Mary A. Qulnn and Law- ence I). Meany were united In mar CONFIRMATION PICTURES Wo aro negotiating for drilling several wells in Lee. Wolfe, Cumberland and Allen counties. It is our purpose to produce oil and market it, and not to sell any more stock than is absolutely neccssarv to properly develop our properties. Now is the chance to get in on tho "ground floor" of a company that is assured of success. Our manager has, had thirty-three- - of which are yours at only. years' experience, profitable lesults a great bargain for a short period New York Studio Dreadnaught C. E. 516 Inter-Souther- n Oil and Refining Co. Louisville, Ky. e, Hoffman, Trustee. Bldg. INQUIRY COUPOX an a Worker Date ,. 1919 Refining Company, 51C Building, Louisville, Kentucky. Gentlemen: Send me particulars about your sale of Stock as above stated, without obligation to me, as I am Interested, and you may reserve me shares for ten days at 5 cents per share. Name Street Dieadnanght Oil Inter-Southern & Town State - AMHHHM rest-roo- m spending this week in Louisville, c t Mr. and Mrs. James Heeney and having arrived Mast Saturday from IS EXTRA GOOD! returning to plague its promoters. ON STEAMKRS Bofore turning over the fund of Mrs. Marguerite Schweers, of Frank-tor- t, the Washington headquarters. BUY IT. spent several pleasant days TRY IT. Italy exacted her price for partici- five millions which it is proposed to ItKTHKAT A SUCCESS. pation in Hhe war. The other na- raise in America for the reconstruc- with Louisville friends last week. America SMILES. Queen City tions were willing to grant it in tion of French churches, would it The spiritual retreat conducted Mrs. John J, Keane announces At 5 V. M. EervFiidav MAGIC-KELLE- R order to secure her not be well to make certain that tho engagement of her laugher, by the Rev. Father Roger, C. P of against the central empires. That the Government there will not seize Miss Margaret Keane, to Edward Chicago, for the local Knights of INCORPORATED The wedding will take Columbus at the Cathedral came to tAAAAAAAAA wis before President Wilson's ideal- the churches as soon as they are Ammund. a close Sunday morning with a place in June. ism was introduced to European finished? 'special mass, when the members, All church property In MEET THE BOAT TRIPS politics. This country was not a France was taken over iby the GovMr, and Mrs. Raymond Renn, 411 lied by Grand Knight Thomas D. Every Sunday at j a. m. from Third party to the treaty of London and ernment some years ago. It "should Eqst Eleventh street, new Albany, Clines, approached the altar in n and River. Correci Glasses Are as Important as the Right Medicine. our President Ary properly refused be the duty4of that Government now aro naDoy over tne arrival oi a uuuy uuu receiveu a woiy cuuimuniuu. Phone Main or City rt. light breakfast pretty baby girl, who has been Alter the mass We Make Glasses to Meet the Requirements of to be bound by it. Italy, with the to repair the churches which have named May Joyce Renn. was served at the K. of C. Hall. ASK ANY Beginning at 10:30 o'clock, the other allies, accepted his principles been wrecked In the war. And in FOLK MONTHS IN GIHOIANY, Oculists' Prescriptions. OCULIST as a basis for peace terms. They comparison with the 'billions that Mi 3. Alice McCann, of Cincinnati, thiee degrees were exemplified for a class of nearly one hundred. Whon Sergeant Adam Emmetsberger, a should not now attempt to escape have been shot away in the war the who was visiting her mother, Mrs.e degrees had been conferred the well fenown Louisville boy Minnie O'Connell, East Court who is from them. Is a mere nue, Jeffersonville, has gone to In Knights adjourned to a banquet at little Item of lhe millions OKI FOURTH AVENUE OPP. BIAltY ANDEKSON the Seelbaoh, where covers were wun tne First Pioneer Infantry ot dianapolls, to join her husband. trifle. the A. E. F writes as follows to his of laid for 500. The WORLD XOW KXOWS. Misses Helen. Elizabeth and supreme Knight Fiaiierty caused uncle, Thomas Lynch, of 1113 SevDISGUST OK CARSON. Frances Malone, who attend Sacred, keen disappointment, and a feeling enth street, from Ehrenbreitenstein, All the world knows that It was Heart Academy in New York, spent of deep sympathy prevailed that he Germany: Northcliffe who made Lloyd George Sir Edward Carson is so disgust- their spring vacation with Mr. and had been summoned to Philadelphia "We will be foqr .months in this place April 14 and aro longing to the Coalition Premier, and now ed with the manner that govern- .Mrs. Halsey Malone in New York. because of the death of his aister. make the return trip. Have seen these two have quarreled quarrel- ment in Ireland Is being carried on For Your Savings U. S. Government Protection. all the Interesting places along the MOURN HIS KKATH Mrs. S. J. GIsh and Misses A poled about a question of foreign that he has actually threatened to Pelouse, C. Mandevllle and Bess M Rhine river, the castles In this secicy wo are told, although it Is well turn Home Ruler. The arrests and Ilensel and G. M. Shumate com In the death of Armour J. Mc tion each having a history. One Bank Accounts, representing More known that the policy George ad- imprisonments and persecution of prised a very happy party of Louis-- . Farland this past week tne poor; castle was erected In 742. and had deposit of than 35,000 10,000,000, is the monument 100,000 people with a total more than of confidence built by the and needy of tho "Point" district different markings on tho additions people of Louisville at this safe, conservative shty.fHe.year.old Was fathered by Northcliffe Irish Nationalists do not seem to vlllo visitors to Gotham last week, heres to bank. lose a friend and "benefactor and made in honor of the ruler In powIn January 6f this year. Well, one satisfy him, although it is hard to Seen about the New York hotels they sincerely mourn their loss. In er. Some of our soldier boys gath-cie- d excuse Is as good as another for the see what more he Government can last week were F. E. Bishop, B. the severe winter seasons and river ' MARKET AT SECOND mud and stones and built an UNDER THE BIG CLOCK addition, labeling It "Woodrow K. R. Morris, J. L. floods McFarland was a fiiend man in the street who does not do to assert Its authority except in- Woodward, "W. .1. Baird, G. E. Vatter ded to the needy and suffering and Wilson, November 11. 1918," the look very deeply Into political mat- troduce the policy of the Turks in letters very large and can be seen and Miss L. Stevens, all of Louis- - his works df charity were a The truth is George has out- Armenia. ters. Carson's attitude toward He was a miles away I am sending you a word in that district ' lived his usefulness from the North- organized labor has opened the eyes of the late James and Maria picture of Fort Ehrenbroltstein, , son cliffe point of view. He is a Lib- even of his Shankhill constituents Mr. and iMrs. B. F. Mattingly, ot McFarland and was associated with where we are located. It was are his brothers in the grocery and erected sluco 1245 and since that eral of some kind and consequently and ho feels that his day amongst Highland Park, and family Mat- - blacksmith business on Fulton time Jins been In the possession of TWO-PIEC- E Rnnndinc a few weeks with Mr. was better fitted to deal with the them is over. Whither shall he go? tlngly's parents, Mr. r. is surviveu nve different nations, being destroy-tlngland Mr3. Mat-- street. SUITS arising out of the demands of This is to him the by two brothers, Thomas F. and ed three times. A part of this fort crisis at West Louisville, Daviess William J. McFarland, and one sis- - dates from the Romans and is nat- the workers than a Tory would be, question, and the Belfast workmen county. THREE-PIEC- E . ,ier, 'airs, wuuam aemeri. tno u- - uraiiy a position ot defense, being but now that affairs are ibecomlng answer it by saying "he can go John J Lynn announces the en- - noral took place from tne ramuy390 fet above the Rhine river, and SUITS normal the crisis being passed to ." gagement ot his daughter. Miss residence, oao juver roaa. tjunaay will accommodate 30,000 men. At Northcliffe wants his place for a some later aate i win give you a Mary Lynn, to Harry T. Kibhy. The afternoon at 4 o'clock. WE ARE RESPONSIBLE. Tory. That is the sum and sublittle synopsis of my war experiEleven months since the money wedding will take place in june. BEST SERVICE IN TUB CITY. ences. I have lived a life' that I HONORS ADMIRAL BKNSON. stance of their differences. was pledged and there aro still peo- Both are prominent In West End never thought I would pull through, ple in Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky Catholic sbcial circles. .Admiral William S. Benson, Chief sleeping In huts and dugouts, wheat MENACE SURE ENOUGH. who have not yet paid their subATra. .inriifls P. Edward a was host of Naval Operations, has been fields, hard rains, and most of the INCORPORATED scription lo tha second Rod Cross at tea Monday afternoon In tho red 'awarded the Navy Distinguished tlmo in the open, vet. I never felt The American. Defense Society 'has war fund, according to accounting room of The Seelbach for the Camp Service Medal by direction of Presi- - any worse for 'it The hardest part Both Phones 2635. 421 W. Chestnut St. 'saued a statomont which contains department records at Lake di- Lee division of the Victory Loan, dent Wilson. Admiral Benson is of war was the heavy shelling and Talks were made by Mrs. William now at Paris and presentation of gas" explosives that took many of 'VTOie man who thinks tlvls, sentence: vision headsuarters of tho American and .Marvin H. the medal will not be made until our ,men, and those who suffered that Bolshevism. Is not a menace to Rfed Cross. In these three States, Marshall Bullitt k are shattered his return to the United States, as from Lewis. Atnorica Is himself a sourco of dan- $681,645.44, almost 5 per cent, still tho navy medals have not yet been wrecks and may never toe all right, gef- to tho state." Two thoughts remains unpaid. Mr. and Mis. Edward Sheridan an- completed. Acting Secretary Roose- - Tfje boys fought and died, fought nounce the marriage of their daugh- volt sent this cablegram to the Ad- - with that true American spirit of Bolshevism, may be . gathered which we can all feel proud. Hope ter, Miss Clara Sheridan, to George miral: which is nothing more than applied "The President of the United to see you In person before long. INCORPORATED Larkius. Jr--, which took place at St. Socialism, can not be ignored and Miss Alleen Har States takes pleasure In presenting Best wishes for a happy Easter." Cecelia's "Wednesday morning the marriage rison and church. Johnson were the to you the Navy Distinguished Serv- City OfC GuibrioSi. a "watchful waiting" policy wU Alfred 315 Speed Bldfi. Mala olD of Miss Carollno DeButts Gray and only attendants. ice Medal for exceptionally merltor- - WKST BROADWAY VULCANIZING tjpajl social suicide. COMPANY, distinguished NAME, PER TON. WHERE FROM. It Is a mistake to believe that all William Garvin Hume was quietly Among the Louisville girls to at ious and naval operationsservice as through chief of solemnized at St. James church, Socialists laro elthor ignorant or deApril and May Delivery Only. The West Broadway Vulcanizing tend the first select dance of tne out the war with the Central Pow Company, located at the northeast luded and that tho rank and 'file is Rev. Father Wlllett performing the. Catholic Men's Association of ers." "Taylor" Western Ky. $5.60 ceremony in tho presence of corner of Seventh and Broadway, Is nothing tout an unthinkable, mob. weie Mlsfaos Virginia 6.50 "Jellico ' Wilton Mines widely and favorably known to TI1K PLACE TO KAT. Antre, Adelaide Heuser, Agnes Tho virus ot Socialism is found in two immediate families and a f Josophlne motorists 1n this city, and the work the aid 6.50. "Harlan" .Black Beauty all walks of life, and the causo of close friends of was 'bride in' a TIerney, Mamie Heuser, If you wish a regular dinner 'done here is exactly tho same as Margaiet Sweeney and Aggroom, Tne 'bride Socialism extends for beyond the tailored suit of midnight attired trico-tln- e nes Connelly. splendidly cooked and neatly serv-- 1 that done at any iblg factory. Auto blue numtoor of professed Socialists. In ed, do not fail to 'go to the Medley . tires are vulcanized- - by experts; and a hat of blue straw faced DOMESTIC STEAM Hotel restaurant, at 620 West Mar tne prices asKea are moderate ana The wedding of Miss Anha the extensive literature ot Social- with rose. Her flowers were a cordaughter or Mr. and Mrs. J. ket street The service is quiet and all 'orders promptly attended to. ism is ound evidence of (hard study sage bouquet of lilieu of the valley, everything Give the Vulcanizing Works a call and peas. (Mr. and of Park boulevard, thinking. With an allur-1&- S bride roses and sweet on a wedding Fearington, Kuhn, took place at and refined, buffet embraces MS. J, McTISHE, Sate AfMt MS. ). 8RABT, Sate AfMt and 'banquet. when, your tires need fiuch service, St. from a lunch to Mrs. Hume are now Charles G. X. A. WATSIM, MMf ttorce t appeals to those (who ard trln. and after Mar 15 will be at Leo'a church, the Rev. Father New- Manager Alexander gives his per and you will be satisfied with the i merits ot the establishment materialism home at 2105 Dougla3 boulevard. imlMwd with modem Miss Mary Fear- - sonal attention to his1 guests. man officiating. " Mahoney, at New Haven, xu o ciocic. .miss .Mary ourien is $1.35 Cincinnati $1.35 $2 Round Trip $2 and ppnss BY WAMMYymHMAHHMt MADK IN LOUISVILLE. M.-- K. SOAP I SOAP WORKS . 3oo . . ave-,th- THE BALL OPTICAL CO. non-arriv- al LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK by-vlll- e. I MEN TRY US p1aD $1.50 i M aici-anan- y, 1 Puis Cleaning and Dyeing Co. BYRNE & SPEED COAL CO. shell-shoc- - I GRAY-nUM- E, - i Hal-lana- n, Fear-ingto- n, dp COAL - 3?0y'-fr$$$3t- o & w, I jHOH3rxrroKr5r RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. THE 'Ask Any The best GLASSES you can get t are tho only safe kind to GLASSES are as Important as the right medicine and WB make wear-Correc- xxxpc amjxoaisc. RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protecfour readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. REPAIRING BApAXsXnRBApApjRBtffcVfcrv BBniBniBaBBK iBBHOiiiBBBBMBBl-v'- HBMBNHiBBBBF ' &EBHHeBBHHSlHuHBaBaBBHSHHBBHHIBBBBBP BMBMHwllfililwfmWMllH &RHHiHBfiBMMlSei9l9HH8HIBIHB BBBlHHHlBIIHBIH Oculist." 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We sell, buy and rent. to KENTUCKY 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. LAUNDRY X. O A W S Home Phono City 4464. The, Smoke. Of Ttyr, Hour. CO. On romltura and Other rational Property at Incorporated SEE POOLEY FOB. MONEY. KOBERTSOB LOWEST BATES Loans to those having regular in- SAM TO BREAK. A STRANGLEHOLD Underbill St. COLEMAN BUILDING comes or salary, with no publicity FOR CONTRACTOR S. E. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON Geo. Dearborn or red tape. Loans to housekeepers' Both Phones 2886 Manager an their personal security. ALL KINDS OF CONORETB WOW 11ABGE OF HONOR. church, but the Bishop selects his VERY CONSTANT NEED. F. It. POOLEY, own Vicar General. Both Phonos 2406 St. 1315 S. Twenty-sixt-h JNO. P. MORTON & CO. Building, Expressing the hope that tho The thoughful man, who was at Room 1, Courier-Journ0 0, Knights of . Columbus would con ItECBNT DEATHS. ' 415 S. Fourth Street. Home Phone Shawnee S68 first disposed to criticise the man INCORPORATED tinue, in peace time, to Interest Adolph RatliBKr or woman, he observed at the openThe iunoral services over the ing of the Victory Liberty Loan themselves in behalf of our sailors, Established 182G. Louisville, Ky. Acting Secretary of the Navy lemains of Mrs. Mollie Scanlon campaign, when he saw a strange WM. T. BANNON T. E. YANN DAIRY COMPANY TORNADO, LIABILITY AND Roosevelt conveyed to the Knights Carter, beloved wife of Charles H. button with a big "V" pinned to OFFICE OUTFITTMS Incorporated. PLATE GLASS the Government's thanks for "we- Carter, were held Sunday afternoon tho left sleeve of his coat, has reCONTRACTING PLASTERER STATIONERS PRINTERS 123 SOUTH THTRO 9TRSBBT lfare service rendered the gobs dur- from St. Patrick's church, airs. considered and now he is wearing n SOUTH WENZEL ST. 0 years tho same emblem. It is a badge of ing tho war. "The department," Carter, who was Brook and Bloom the Secretary wrote, "desires to ex old, died suddenly on Friday morn- service, service rendered by the civ- SOUTH LOUISVILLH SAVINGS Cumb. S. 15S-- T City 8380 Both Phones 4202 tend the gratitude of the officers ing. ilian, but conveys tho thought that AND DEPOSIT BANK and men of the United States navy tho wearer has done his duty to The funeral of John A. Nalty, his country, just as the doughboy for all tho many good things the Home City 2803 Fourth and Central Avenue STAB" BUTLDEK "SOUTHERN Knights of Columbus 'have done for long a resident of the West End, who gave his service to his country REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTT them during tho war. The effi- took placo Saturday morning from did his. Tho soldier wears his ser Three Per Cent. Paid on Saving! SLICED BACON 2431 MONTGOMERY STRHET ciency of your organization has been St. Cecilia's church. He was tho vice stripe on the left sleeve. This Deposits. A General Banking Busimatched by the constant de son of Sophronia and the late John emblem Is the chevron, tho samo ness Transacted. "All Ready for Your Griddle 1b the FRED HORNUNG, JR. well or Some Phone Shawnee 1010 Morning" sire the individual worker to Nalty and resided at 2537 Duncan shape as the "V" on the Victory AND GAS FITTING serve tho men to the best of his street PLUMBING HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE But the Loan honor button, k. PFEB?FER ability. Its helpfulness and effithought is' tho same each, soldier 712 West Jefferson Street LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. FRANK A. OHLMANN Much sympathy is felt for Mr. or qlvllian, has done that which his ciency has proven a wonderful aid FLORIST Louisville, Ky. Incorporated and (Mrs. Edward A. Uriel, 930 country demanded, tnd the service to contentment and fighting spirit 421 South Thirty-eight- h BOO Street East Franklin Street in the navy. The department is Cecil avenue, over the death of is shown by the emblem, always Home Phono Shanraoa 808 son Elmer, aged four- appearing on the left sleeve. ANIMALS DEAD desirous that your excellent work their 'beloved Cut Flowers, Plants and Funeral GROCERIES AND FBESH MEATS bo continued, and that the naval teen, and a youth of great promise. HSNIIY eJOSft Each supplements the other. The Works. OASH PRICES PAID HIGHEST service, whether the country Is In The funeral was held Sunday after- soldier could not have dono his Phone Shawnco 559-Cumb. Main 967-Guttering, Spouting RooflBK, peace or at war, have the benefit of noon from St. George's church, Itev. duty had not the civilian done his Call Homo Phone City 721; Tin Roofs Repaired and Palate vour splendid There Father Weiss conducting the solemn by providing tho sinews of war. Highland 1033 Cumb. Phone Main 721. Asphalt Shingles & Specialty M. Is a very constant need foi your services. Now that the soldier's duty is done 2011 W. Broadway, LoHlsrUle, Ky. services." LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. JOS. V. SPANINGER and ho is entitled to wear his TOBACCONIST WHOLESALE Funeral services for Mrs. iFranceB badge of each patriotic civBisha, wife of William Bislta, 160G ilian will honor, on his coat eleovo GROCERY AND SALOON, FINE .must pay viu: whit. wear HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES GLOBE SECURITY & LOAN CO. Gallagher street were held Tues- the "V" button as a 'badge of honor. Incorporated. 000 West Main Street WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS It Is our dutv to remember that day morning from St. Peter's cnUrch, The "V" stands for the chevron of Manager All Kinds 01 Footwear For the A. Lazar, 370 Baxter Avenue Louisville, Ky. Infor many years she had been service. It also stands for Victory, where out soldiers and sailors Incurred Wholo Family Money Advanced oh Your Plain Note juries, wound Sho was and and disabilities in a devout communicant. stands for the V (fifth) years old,- "and ibesldes and it also loan needed to pay for ai2 West Jefferson sireei our service: that they went whnip peventy-nln- e Two HAMBLY'S Stores the last JOHN B. WATHEN we sent them and did the best thev her husband leaves two sons and the greatest victory ever won by (Second Floor) PRACTICAL HATTER Shaw. 171Q 2flth and Portland. FURNITURE MOVER and PACKER could. It Is now a continuation of two daughters force of arms City 7164 Homo Phone City 2967. Hats Remodeled, Cleaned and 18th and Magazine WAGON Oil VAN our task, and a part of the nrlce of Dyed. Panama's Blceched. CleanMrs. Itosa Fow. 'aged peace, that we pny the bills9 and ing find ProsRinf? nt TWati'h ninthinp- THE ACT OF UMOV. 2525 West Walnut Street continue paving them 'as long as beloved wife or Ben F. Fow, Sr.. John S. Stetson Hats at Low Prices. PICNIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY The price of peace must and a devout member of St. Paul's need be s. xy Tho 'Pilot of Boston says ediCUMBERLAND MAIN 3871-Homo Phono Shawnee 1986 be paid. Wo can nay it either on a church, was called into eternal rest torially: 520 West Wnlnut Street. HOME PHONE 83 straight basis or taxation that Saturday morning at her home, G29 "So much Is heard today of that would greatly add to the alrendv East St. Catherine street, leaving 'Union' between Ireland and Engheavy tax burden of we can pav a niany friends, who mourn her death. is well to refer to hispart of it by means or tho Victorv The funeral took place Tuesday land that it have written on the torians morning, Rev. Father Donohuo of- subject. who select not one who Liberty Loan Issue. It will be the We part of wisdom to pay a great, part ficiating nt the, lequiem high mass. might be prejudiced In favor ot 1 of it by means of the' notes. "f Ireland, but the Unionist historian , nrooaroxAraD says that the 'measure Lecky. He John C. Oehler, agod sixty-sipreAltMY CIAIts KENTUCKY liOUISVTLLB was an English and Industrious maturely beforeone. Introduced declosed a LARGEST IN THE SOUTH. away Monday manded 'by any dt had been Irish he Ohailes 1. Bonechaud. oj New Or- life when at passed section of the family residence, opinion, carried without a dissoluTor morning leans. Oveiseas Commissioner Surviving him tion and by gross corruption, In opthe National Catholic Wai Council, 419 Camp street I sailed Tor Fiance on the steamship are IiIh widow, Mrs. Katherlne Oeh- position to tho majority of the free HERBERT JENKINS, Sec. and Trcu. W. G. "RORK, PtttidtnU Megantic last Friday with the sec- ler; one bon. John Oehler, and four constituencies and to the great- pre ond unit or thlitv women workers brothers and one sister. The fu ponderance of the unbrlbed Intellect VULCANIZING CO. These words should to be sent abroad rrom the National neral took place Wednesday morn of Ireland.' Catholic School in Washington Mr. ing .from St. Paul's church. Rev. convoy to those who speak of IreINCORPORATED Denechaud, who is a former Presi- Eugene Donohue celebrating the re land's union with England some indication of the part Ireland had dent of the Catholic Federation, is quiem mass. WEST MARKET STREET GUARANTEED VULCANIZING 1529 In coming under English dominaleturnlng to France to etend the St. William's parish snffered a tion. That union has been and Is Office and Workrootns Northeast Corner Seventh and Broadway system ot service clubs and hotels on Tuesday of loss to all Ameiican army centers John bv the death his home, 1625 a blemish on tho honesty of Britain Louisville, Kentucky Homo Phone City 2511 Redman nt and none realise this better than abtoad. West Ormsby. For many years he they who speak of the sacredness was assistant enginer at the Men-g- and binding force of that 'Union.' " "KLYING CIRCUS." Main 2I60-City 2360. 'Box Company plant and was U. ). BAKNON, rnsldtnt and Miupr. P. IAXH0H,;JH, Yici.Pns. aid Trus. felOTftMOttTAL KOR SOLDI HRvS. well Accompanying the "Flying Cir- low liked by his superiors and by a workmen. He is survived cus," tho squadron of aeroplanes ton, George Redman; two daugh The memory of every soldier who which will give exhibitions in difana miss made the supreme sacrifice and who, ters. ferent parts of the country in the Elinor Mrs. Roy stur;on Redman. Funeral before going overseas, had been interest of the "Victory Loan, will be morning. stationed at Camp Dix, is honored John Ryan, a Knights of Columbus were held Tuesday Sewer and Calvert Pipe, LOPISVILIiH, KS. by a memorial tree at that camp. 0 E. CHESTNUT Secretary. Ityan was designated for Joseph H. Wiemeyer, for over The Government decided to main Bannos's Patent Lidded Pipe (or Steata Conduits, assignment by Major Miller, this ' and Wall Coping", Drain Tile, Vitrified BricK, H squadron. He will half a century a regular communi tain Camp Dix permanently, part commanding tho one St. Martin's church wa3 carry with him a supply of cigar- cant at oldest members of and Jos tho planting of these trees camp Fire ProeflBg, Fle Lining", Fire Brick St. and of a plan to beautify the ettes, candy, athletic equipment, of tho Society, was called to make part of it a public park. The Grate and Seller Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Taps, etc., for the aviators. Secretary eph's Orphan nome, planting of these memorial trees his eternal rest Sunday at nis Ryan has been stationed at Camp 916 East Chestnut street. Ho Is OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET.J was Mills and halls from Waterbury, survived by' a son, Bernard Wie- and making beautiful tne parkWan- placed In charge of Frank A. CUMB. MAIN 307, PHONES CITY Conn. meyer, and five daughters, Mrs. die. General Knights ot Columbus AL. JS. 1SMITH,! PROP.K Louise Kruse, Mrs. John Wilbors Secretary at Camp iDlx. Secretary Brockiarida and Sflmtk and Maaalia. OURfOOS APATHY. and Misses. May, Katherlne and Wandle has 5,700 trees ready for Funeral Wiemeyer. are I TMnrllnp wnrlr fnr returnlnc sol Anna held Wednesday morning, nev. planting.and They growall of a hardy I were rapidly. species will dier is a big question that will have Father Felton celebrating the mass. time ana place to grow stronger in. JOHN B. RATTERMAN THE SAFEST WAY. Whon the war started for us emMnmlnl' YMrttTllTlir tllO flltlArnl flf I! JBOTH PHONES 810.J ployers were thrilled with tho brav- Mrs. Margaret Dlebold was held Every man, woman and child can ery of their employes, who gave up St. Columba's church, 'Rev. lay aside part proceeds of FUNERAL DIRECTOR DR. JOHN P. BECKER CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS, every pleasant thing of life to make from Maloney celebrating the re his labor, abeyond of the is necessary SOUTHEAST Father what world safe for democracy and qulem mass, ueceasea was sevemy- the present maintenance, and OTirl ..An... freedom. But as soon as the armis- .vl.vl.1 JVttlD r.11 mum tflA wfftnW fit for his ..w .. .w .. -- OPTOMETRIST, Uiu to capital. 2114 WEST MARKET STREET thus start on tice was signed there camo a curi- F. A. Dlebold. Surviving her are The safest and the road way of putsoundest majority of the tnreo sons, six aaugiuers, iweuty ous apathy over the ;MH..i..I-Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland SPECIALIST IN FITTING GLASSES today M I Wlt aside your "dried erstwhile patriotic employers. Tho grandchildren and five great grand- ting in the purchaso of fish" Sav- West 1107a. War Twenty Years' Experience. unex- children. - lies returning soldiers found an Tho sons are Fred Die- ings Stamps. Even the smallest Pnces Reasonable. pected difficulty in even reaching bold, J. W. Dieooia ana w. a. put into Thrift Stamps, onri iio riniifhtAra Mrs. Flor sums can be the inner offices of their old em315 Starlca Bitdiaft. Third Floor Savings ployers. "Every place full" was the ence Stigger, airs. John Keller, Mrs. which .grow into War thrift',-anFoarth and WahtHt. Toply sent out to waiting soldiers. John Wcntzel, Mrs. T. Hollorau, Stamps. Capital arises "from happi Phono City :i8o. These soldiers had fought and suf- Mrs. George Weingardner and Mrs. ness. so thrift means future 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, fered. Their thoughts and desires James Rqid. Funeral Directors had run on in advance of tbelr sailJOftHQSTJS: STECHEB VS. ZBYSCnO. LEARY. they were having a ing, and ANNH3 Embaimers. nt tli.it lmnninpss of home. The many local followers of Annlo Tonnr Pnnftl RHUnteSS QJ1( work and peace. Their realizations widely known for her philanthrope wrestling who have not seen a OlO XTJCBR ATSTViTfXXM aTe far below anything they expect ed. It ihas orougnt tnem a great especially among tho Italians, died match since last Derby evo will 'be to City 2908 2 sadness and If money did not blind Sunday at her home on Fifth ave- - given an opportunity next witness a Home 1 Cumb. Mpin 2008-Friday tht ovoa nt tlio natittallHts. they too nue, New York City. Sot benotac- their favorite sport - night at tho Armory, tho scene of I' ! ! 4i-'M-M"tMI XH"M-M-M M"H might find tho hopelessness of re (Inna Txrorn manv and WOre not almmany historic encounters in the turning from an acxivo oraeny me ltedto any section or race. past few years. Stecher and Zbys-chto one of no work, no money and of "We aro as close to you as your "As Neif to You u the Nearett PhW hooiTiltiT n hurilAn tin ithn&a these the claimants for the world's rwrEivv Wftll nilTTROn. phone." rrntnAwnnr nfrormnnn iinn TilErnr. m wrestling championship, havo been soldiers long to aid. The prospect That Milan hat from last sumHall at St. Matthews secured by Promoter George iBuechel Holy Is a serious one ana ineanoreaKm USE US. to "Lightneeds FUNERAL FLOWERS as well to those wha ihave praye; the merry comedy-dram-bo presented by as this year's attraction, and the merand wo attention. Bring itand MAGNETOS STARTERS will clean, dye ua bout should bo a "corker." (Reservhouse Nan," will ror wie saie xeiuru ui. imroc buiui METHOD STARK'S NEW reshape it to look llko now. This the Choir Club of St. Martin's par-t- ed seats aro now on sale at boys. Is the only placo in tho city that GENERATORS fm. A SPECIAL SPRAY $3.00 SHOE REPAIR SHOP. ia ihntiAflt of iHolv Trinity knows how to do ladies' hats. church, of which Rev. Father John VIOAIt GENERAL. A SPECIAL WRBA.TH $5.00 B. STARK, Proprietor. "We havo all modern machinery Four sucKepaircd By Factory Experts Bohlson Is tho pastor. SEWING CIRCLE FESTIVAL. Only the very best material and and can do tho best ot work. The Vicar General. of a diocese Is cessful performances were given our Brushes for all mako3 of starting, of workmanship. Work highest class Fortywears in business is no iif warn tha Blflhon's assistant. here tho first of the year, and those The Sowing Circle of Our Lady of called for and delivered. Our work and lighting systems. All work Ho is the highest official In the dio to bo given tomorrow aro expected Mercy aro busy preparing for a guarantee you. and service will please cese next to tno iiisnop; wiui cer- to surpass the others. Those taking spring festival to 'be held May 15 guaranteed one year. TUX VS. . tain limitations his authority ex- tho loading arta in tho big cast and 16 In tho Academy hall, on City tends to all cases of the Bihop'3 will be John 3. Schmidt, Herman East Broadway. It will ibo a unique Automotivs Elict. Sirvict'Ci. Wo give special ,and prompt atojdinary jurisdiction, so that the Holzknecht, Theodore choll, Lee and enjoyable affair, and all memBOO lburthiMmMlS5vij work. tention to 713 WMV JXTTJUMOX 8TSXSI Krebe, Martta Both. Emllte Boel, bers and friends, are urged to como 548 South Third Street called, "one Vicar Geaeral is Kartfa 8Mb Homo Pkoae City 981; Mala laee-Ta office France VeRh, Anna May forward to help tho Sisters of Hercy with the Eisfoop 4 S, Fottrth St., Lofttevill, Ky. Wa Phono City 1333. .' FUwM and the good cause.. Hrwia OCroneaberg. is established fcy the law of the . Sns L. iBHHMLlBHIfcZ4jVK3 BSpBlBMBBvJNiiitsPlrraKbxtf' HBBKHHiTli19JHt Krs-t- - wiT4BHHHHHHiHHHiHHHB &,'kS?s,i'te vzHBjBBliBB9BBHBaBvfvJvJBBjvJliX"JvJpj Hxv7v'C':?HHHHBHHHOBH HBHHHIHHH NATIONAL HATTERS Home Phone City 1931 TOM TOLAKIS, Prop. 35o 825 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. Quiet, Genteel Service From Buffet Suits Pressed While You Walt. iuncn to .uanquet. Hats Cleaned and Blocked Whlls You Walt. Soldiers' Uniforms and JIEDLEY HOTEL RESTAURANT, Hats a Specialty. Work Called For 620 W. Market St. and Delivered. Our Motto: "Servlca, Main 9170. City 5810. attention and Quality." REGULAR With Soup, Coffeo and Dessert jbrjetva: "Well-know- 614-02- 2 al RIUTIINOIK PIBB INSURANCE 608-51- forty-seve- ARTHUR A. WILL , , L. A . J. BUCKNER - 33. MORGAN sixty-nin- e, J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. (BnCl8(i 4rT CjJ&A3SVbJ&.&AJSjyT,1SrEXt& BROADWAY 822 East kvvvvvvvvvw Mairo. ri. " x, well-spe- nt f - THOMAS KEENAN ..TJJXttttAT DIRECTOR.. WEST el Y. L.iD. BAX Funeral Director and Embalmer m9mmff4f son-Ice- s P. BANNON PIPE CO. 717-71- GRAN W. SMITH'S SON Funeral Director 9)M i 573-178- WORKS-Thirteeatk- aad and Embalmer sen-Ice- s I I M HlllllllllHIHHHt;; DOUGHERTY & McELUOnii uie-hni- ri d I fi BOSSEaSON ihd I Funeral Directors and Embaimers fore-t-ifl- tn t BOTH rHOfJ3JS. iUt M - f o, LADIES Tl-inlt- y &?. a, o, Sut-cliffe- 's. Falls Straw Works out-of-to- iwr-so- n" Y tlfrf)i SrM-ywliMr- ty. 1 b JBUBKCXUOiCr AJNUL&ftX . AJVlJSMtlOAJ! f V iiinKimk nn iii 7 Pay My Debts ! - $ ' Of all the Liberty Loans, this is the jimjr most important. X lvv&wvf si '"' ,..We went in to win and to win '& " "tf ,oi quickly. We won. Now we have " k got to pay our bills. .Vu-.AIt means we must see the thing through Uncle Sam's debt is your debt and my debt. Let's put over thfe Victory Liberty Loan with a bang and square things up buy for cash and buy on installments and do it today. ' SS&gSEM " - , , .i - &?-- ? J 'iT - : ..Aj.W - - . "ifc, fl . .. - , X f rt- - , ' i i .. .. : ! ' 15 Victory Liberty Loan Committee j This space contributed by . . :. w O? JS H3' sg 8$ 3r m Tip Top Baking; Company Kentucky Ojl Exchange ' Robinson Bros. Company Geo, A. Dickel & Company Meagel Box Company wald ' Iron Company ? Shuler Axle Manufacturing' Company T. C. Caummisar k Sons Atherton Realty Company s Motor Sales Company Frank McGrath ' P. J. Hanlon . t Williams & JltoWroe Kean-Meyer. ., 0. Mengel Bro. .Company Hirsch Bro. Louisville Gas and Electric Company Standard Byproducts Company Embry Box Company Louisville Gas and Electric Company C. , ..-.,.;..-.-.- K:jB3VaMJOK:Y t& ar IRIH JkJMC&XiXQJSJX. HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY DIVISION Homo, 1818-182- vTfCSea''?BV . The Influenza Makes Eyes Weak. I mako a specialty of fitting glasses to these cases and have had wonderful success. Call and see mo before it goes too far. E. P. SMITH, Optometrist, with C. M. WISEMAN & SON, 320 West Market street. k, First and. third Fridays, HlbwBlaa J m vS0 t j3 5) yy S 0 PorthuxL President Tim O'Leary. Vico President Walter Murphy. Financial Secretary John 1850 Portland avenue. Recording Secretary John A. Martin. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. ' Sergeant-at-Arm- s Martin Shee-haBrod-erlc- n. Sentinel Thomas Noone. mmmmmcmmWBr fiflflflBHHIHE iHHHBBBv' vrhBk iHStHlrJVH DIVISION 4. Meets second and fourth Mondays. THE VERY BEST flVNM& c?ew. ItlllillUliiJll&iUJIiitlfll Xw Come on! Now for a real tobacco treat! Hit up your old pipe or take a man's size chew and see how this waxy, mellow, old twist warms the cockles of your heart. The smell of it alone will take you right back for more. Ask for War Hawk! At all live merchants! Financial Secretary Thomas J. Langan, 2114 Halo avenue. Treasurer John F. Burke. Serceant-at-Arm- s Patrick Con ,aelly. Sentinel M. J. McDermott. B. Meany. Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. President John J. Barry. Vice President Mark J. Ryan. Recording Socretary Lawrence EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS National Roofing Supply Company and MEN'S BLACK OR TAN iLiuji,1iiiim nVijii'?iiiAMwiri'ri'iit TRvitfafaiBwWiMnijii;i-.fl-f- fwrnw. llA' "'aimiinm fcAaJ mitmm Guaranteed by I tho suggestion made, in thpso columns last week that the local Democrats get together and select a LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY strong ticket for tho1 General CounSPALDING SHOE CO. TEarciraZIHrcTeral 1) Where This Trade Mirk is Exhibited cil, Legislature and County ComEIGHTEENTH AITS MAPXE missioners, and many of those menOut of the District Hour Service 1 lventy-Fctioned are ready to shy tleir hats in OPEN EVENINGS Machine Leaves No Opi.oWunitj' to the ring and make a fight that will Make n Science of Finding Jobs 512 S. Second St., Louisville redeem Louisville from the grasp of For ' Returning American Chance in the Party tho "reform" administration, and CLEVELAND MOTORCYCLE Soldier. at the same time "?IvJ a big lift to Primary. tho Stato ticket in November. Louisville and Jefferson county arc norInpowlij Md Abnernal Nails Sciutifically Trut4 mally Democratic and a strong For messengers, collectors, business ticket selected ln a primary wibhout War Work Organization Dr. Uriah Z. Litsty Most men, clerks, workmen, mechanics VT.S.4 Voters Compelled to Deposit a Rip dictation will 'have no trouble winC3. ' weekly payChiropodist and farmers; cash or Perfect Machinery-- , ' ning. There aro plenty of young Fco to Even Hac a sK3w BBS, ments. 507 and hustling Democrats waiting to Operation. ' ' Voice. lake up'the fight for Democracy and Stark. R. L. DAVIS, Agent, thpy should be given places on the local committee in the. districts S." Corner Seventh and Broadway Both Pbojar where changes are- needed for the Twenty-fiv- e Thousand .Men Placed in Opportunity is Democratic 'Party Will Have Easy good of tho party Less Than Four Short knocking at the door and tho time is Time" Defeating Hert's ripe for a little reorganization that Months. Machine. . will insure success. strong ticket reNot only will a ceive the unlfed support of Democrats, but it will receive tho IndeCOLLINS INSTALLS SVSTLM. LOCAL DEMOCRACY'S CHANCE. pendent vote and the Republicans present Bolshe-vlwho deny that the administration represents their Finding a jab has always been a nartv. and they point to tho fact that harder task than keeping a Job Uurgevlnd when found. It seems to have reMayor Smith, Judge Well, you sure have got to hand near Brumleve and many otneis who. Ben the Knights of Columbus machine for control the" "reform" administration mained for Job finding from a more it to the to elevate seeing to it that none but machine are ' and not entitled men need apply, judging from the to political nie in preference to the or less haphazard .art to an exact .This hns been dono by call Issued by the Republican Com Old Guard Republicans ' who have science. study and mittee for tho election of "delegates been fighting the battles of thd hard work, careful of a natiou-wld- c tire shape to the convention nest Saturdav. The paity for years. Many voters who whipping into "with all the necessary general public know in a way that were becrulled Into voting for Smith organization intensive and extenthe delegates to the Lexington con- and "reform" are anxiously awaiting machinery for employment, and reg vention would only be figureheads a chanc to redeem their mistake-- , sive search foranalysis of applicants. and that tho naming of the slate and with tho thousands of soldier istration and as the armistice was As candidates for th.e primary Had al Dcvmocrats returned from tho war signed soon Knights of Columbusn ready been attended to, nut none ue- - to fall in line a victory In November opened tho up their Job finding nctiv VNCLE S4M'S HAT JN THE RING lieved that the machine would go so is easily assured. ities, for thousands of young men as to disfranchise tho Repubfar lined up for the now drafts and quit This Is the fighting plane of C apt. Edward Rickenbaeker, American lican voters- - in an official announce.brought ' their jobs., for .camp, only to be SPRING DANCE. ace Tof aces" Ech Iron Cross ro presonts a German plaue Exccutiver ment ' The Re'publlcan . turned hack into civilian mo. The to earth. ; Commlttee announced that there" Mackln Social Club will enter- Knights 'helped them iback to the terpreter, Abbot Ubus, belonging to would bo an election of delegates tain with Us. second spring dance jobs w,herever help was sought LATEST IN STYLES. on Saturday, May 10, the Syrian Marchltes. The Prince and altercates 4 o'clock, in tho re- ne,xt Tuesday evening at the When it was definitely known that noon to cent, of tho Syrian from street. The homeward movement of the A. E F on Twenty-sixt-h sure Jabots and frills are quite in said that 15isper Catholic and enjoys spective districts, but to mako this social population affairs vogue again. would be no contesting are wellofconducted and organization would start promptly and be con very popu- tinued vigorously, tho more urgent full liberty, since the only aim of that there any Foulard is coming into its own as the Arabians is political unity and delegations or friction of the kind lar. necessity of finding employment for , machine to trouble the the season advances. these fighting men who had been not religious domination. For this inserted one little proviso in removed for many months from the CONDUCT GitEAT MISSION. American women think the curv- reason, he said, the authorities in the call that puts to shame any past American labor market impressed Arabia hope for the assistance of nttempt of opolitclal party machine ing Japanese lines are overdone. Rev. Father Alphonsus itself upon the Knights. in gaining their independ- to ride over tho party votors. Here The American women will not like the America ence and preventing their country Is thi litUe joker as in the Kruipp, C. P., rector of Sacred lng closely with the United States short sleeves that Paris now advo- from being assigned to any manda- Louisville Herald, the printed organ: Heart Retreat, and Father Xavier Employment Service, tho Knights de WHY THE HUN FELL EASY CAPTIVE TO THE YANK. party cates. a plan for aiumg C. tory power. "It is provided that lists of can- Sutton, on P., are in Jeffersonvllle, vised allocation of Jobs in tno scarci Photo showing tho activities at t he American prison camp at Toulo. for returned Sunday they opened a and Georgette ovenlng coats or afterdidates for delegates and alternates where an prisoners sailors first attention France, where many thousand Germ Captives being are being fed and noon coats are not unusual this shall not contain, in any Senatorial two weeks' mission dn St. Augutf-tine- soldiers and to overseas veterans be clothed by their Yank captors. CATHOLIC FEDERATION. supplied with fresh church, of which the Rev. being given candispring. district, tho names of moro sweets. Halpln is pastor. The morn- cause they had ibeen least arue to chewing gum, tobacco and In the Gray Room at the Tyler dates for delegates tlian tho numlwr Michael evening Every woman can wear white, services have been help themselves in tho matter of em evening at 8 designated to bo elected from their ing and which has become amazingly fash- Hotel Thursday Senatorial district. Tickets when se- largely attended, and the mission ployment. UNREST IN ntELAND. ionable. o'clock tho Tegular monthly meetTho Knights' initial system was matlcally Inquire as to whether thoro must bo presented to the sec- promises fruitful results. in briefly this: They issued cards is prospect of a strike or lock-ocircular flounces ing of tho Catholic Federation of lected of tho county committee in Very retary Although tho great majority of marked wth spaces 1o contain all tho plant a precaution against a are found in many of the elbow Louisville and Jefferson County will mi ting not later than noon May fi. DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. information in tabloid form regard- service man being employed as thft Sinn T?Aln lnnrlnra hnvn Yiiwn w spring. bo held. together with a CASH DEPOSIT OF sleeves of the or Ae matters of importance in reOR CEHTIFIED CHECK for been reThe Daughters of Isabella will ing ithe soldier wassailor appllcaut for Linen and organdy have important gard to the Catholic Women's Club 8200, amount for each ticket. Tho joh. He asked this meet tomorrow afternoon at the the work ho wanted and what kind sires soethinj permanent. Like. all 'RSfJS!!? will have instated and where he nlans will bo discussed, it is hoped fund thus derived Mill be used in de headquai'ters of tho Women's Ac- of fashions. roles in summer .it. t wanted it, and the K. C worker as- K. of C. work for the men in xno rlv'a Political acts. The spirit of by officers of the Federation that fraying tho expenses of tho election. tivities of the Catholic War Counarmy tclr employment service is On some of the, new Georgette all delegates and members twill at Tho canvassing committee of tho cil, C57 South Fourth avenue. The sisting the man to fill out the card absolutely free of all charge to the Merest iu Ireland is perhaps more frocks sashes of tho most gorgeous tend this mettlng. county executive committee shall meeting will be ddressed by Mrs. was given the white back of the men and to tho employers. n0W tha5 S""! r'. d!5pite the he of the new ribbons are worn. . ""b""1 i'iiBuiuu, wuit uio tuuu have the power TO DECIDE ALL Grace McDonald, of Washington, card for whatever commentthe might Willi lm fnrmtiHnn of applito make regarding try ds peaceful and quiet, and that QUESTIONS arising out of the and Miss Camille Detert, of this have APPOINTS VIOAlt GENERAL. The open sleeve Is counted a cant for the Information of pros- in different parts of tho country, tho great majority of the people are tabulating of the city. counting and blessing, as it hides tho fat wrist pective employers The Knights dis- where wounded men can teach They Tho first administrative act of vote." useful and remunoiatlve oc- happy.never willore not happy, and and makes tho hand appear slender. tributed these cards In parcels to they be ihappy till their In words there is not a EUCHRE AND LOTTO girls gulmpes are Archbishop Hayes, of New York, chanceothertho wide, wide world for various camp bulldjngs and to cupation, tho Knights of Columbus country is granted her freedom their For little accesory of was the appointment of Mgr. Jos anyone In secretaries, who in are adding another feature to their and till every last one of those This shown again. to have a look In for delework while 200,000 lotto will bo given turn distributed them to the soldiers effective A child dress has always oeen umuiy eph F. Mooney as vicar uenerai oi gate or alternate except those se- next euchre and Friday afternoon and evening who required, employment on their all the time maintaining at its WithdrawnEnglish atroops have been aigr. lected in advanco by the y the New YorK diocese. they desirable. from land pastor of the machine. Nothing is left to chance. nt. Bertrand Hall under the aus return to civil life The cards were highest pitch their recreational ac- unlawfully occupy against which the will of Crepe de chine lends itself to Mooney ofhas been New Tho Czar of Russia in his palmy pices of the St. Louis Bertrand filled in and returned to Now tivity for the men overseas, on tho tho masses. the Sacred Heart in Church 'Building Fund, Haven K. of C. national and inter- sea, in hospitals and camps in summer and drapery and is being York for quite a time past. Debt days couldn't Jjave conceived of n Church to be and This Is the situation as it exists called, at 2:30 and national headquarters. This was an Europe and at home. matched up for frocks women are games today in Ireland. While tho people oeiior scheme iu shut out. tne inue now wearing. dock. The nw,1Pja nf two efficient and effectual system. But are hopeful that the Peace Conferpendent votor than this. How many':" watches handled b th oc when unemployment among sfrice Tan and brown form one ofthe ence will recognize tho new Irish ReRepublicans, or Democrats for that Bold combinawill be made following the men seomed to be on the 'ijaaMMHMHMfiHHHHBIHI i public, still there jomalns a doubt season's favorite color matter, would raise $200 In a dis- - children council and the eucnre. the Knights sat around the tions, especially for suits in their minds, especialy since Prestrict to try conclusions with a com- - evening table and decided upon a sclent Uie smarter capes. all questions ident Wilson has failed to say a" sinmlttee- that decides MRETf). employment SARTO CLUH Intensification of their gle word In behalf of the country concerning the counting and tabulat length sleeves are work. ing' Its a foregone conclusion tnar that did moro than any other small shown in a good many of the new o) met Tuesday They engaged Peter W. Collins The Sarto Club nation In tho way of winning the the delegates and nltei nates selected suite. This length is really delight to- Install tho scien Mrs. war for democracy. The release of won't have to worry where their evening as guests of of her William Chelsea. Mass.. ful in the summer. mother, tific system. Collins is one of the $200 entrance fee is coming Horn, P. Stein at the home the Sinn Fein leaders did not sat215 best known Industrial experts In the iCoquetlsh cyo veils, some of them isfy the people. It merely had tho and the machine won't have to Mrs. E. J. Pearce, Albany.West Sev- - country. othmoor was For years merely covering tho orbs, while street. New be th effect of convincing them that their woit either, as It will money same'enth interesting papers wereSeveral leader, and for otherheyears a was appear lie read, from very ers reach the tip of the nose, tbinj, as swapping its cries and protests were heard and Columon many of tho new hats. heeded. This accomplished, they aro Uie right to the left pocket, and if 'and those present enjoyed a most employed by tho Knights of campaign bus In their lecture determined moro than ever to sup there is any deficit the campaign delightful evening. Despite the prediction made that milagainst extreme radicalism and port and back up their Republic and fund will be relied upon to rnaue u skirts would grow wide as the seaitant socialism in this country. When up. Wonder what the old line ReWASHINGTON CELEBRATION. to demand from tho other powers son advanced, there is no evidence the war came Collins offered his of tho earth Its rightful recognition. publicans think of this scheme lo this prophecy will come true that tho That wonderful fight for right shut out tha Republican voter .who The 125 th anniversary of tho services to was United 'States Governuntil late in the summer. Indusengaged as an against might continues in Ireland would Uko to think for himself or foundation of St. Patrick's parish ment and of Checks are in for a good deal as never before, and the minds of vote his choice in Wnshlncton. D. C. was celebrat- - trial expert, hlB Job being to Msit shipbuilding attention this spring. They appear its people aro fully made up that All of this makes good campaign cd tne urst three days of this "week largo munitions and in mnnv of tho new ribbons, and Ireland must have freedom or nothmaterial for the Democratic parly With solemn Pontlflical mass, sol plants and devise ways and means some of the newest sweaters are ing They have announced to the which gives every voter an oppor- emn requiem high mass and public for the stimulation oi prouueuon Ills record was remarkable, as ho world that the peace of the world tunity to register his sentiments In reception in Carroll Hall. knitted in checked designs. aggrescombined diplomacy with never will be assured till England a fair primary, governed by tho emSome of the new silk sweators siveness and could bring both has granted to Ireland that right Stato laws, and the many aspirants collars of conk AVAR HAWK TOBACCO. wldo tohave ployers and employes to pull Km which God decreed she should have. AJBeif'&Jsi&tSSwP' iiifa for office in tho party is proof tnai trasting color that extend to form gether as a unit In n akiug their The recent general strike ordered they aro confidont of surces's in the Man alive, how you will enjoy mills and factories and yards to revers down the side of the several Lieut, Gov. War Hawk! You'll sit right up and by tho Irish labor leaders Is but anNovember election. front. They are held back by the double and trinle and quadruple Mie Col. P. J. Black, Thomas S. Rhea, other Incident that tends to bring the minute you put the work done in times of peace Ti o take notice wide belt. to light the true feelings of the Noel or Judge John D. Carroll vill your pIpe or you first ink wnr ondlne. Collins accented the. K. S ht t0 population of the country. There is evidence of a continuhave no trouble in defeating Morrow eth into a man's size chew. of C. offer to participate in their restrong colors this spring. If these facts are not proof ance of say ak "This ta real tobacco''-yo- u'll Xal cms! TBI 9m nt'l ?"d..H3 navy work enough for the peace delegates, thoy vember. Stroot clothes are in black, gowns man a as. construction extensive and intensive ovenlng Thus by ne ran It. Just like many anotlier comeback may face more serious illustrations Black point to tnp fact that blue and beige, and green, bright effort tho Knights are securing Jobs in In a short time. Ireland has given '"" all over Morrow in tneir district on- - for-more, are in black, Jado Ask f or U ar Haw K . by the thousands. All told they green. 1015. when running for a Its ultimatum to the conference. It pink, lavender and Nile at a" me merciwum. have found 25,000 positions for servMr. office, while Rhea's will accept no compromlste,, and salaried ... " 41.Ai i.UV. o iinltn1 mnrh' ice men In less than four months inEngland knows this full well. San SYRIANS ENJOY LD3EUTY. tensive operation of their employ' tt? tl- Francisco Leader. ' th. wise ment and reconstruction service. By MISS MARGARET CARNEGIE. Now OR LONDON? FOR PARIS the history For the first time in tho Catholic ?&tSf o? cimen gets his straw -- .hat cleaned actual experiment It has heen found This Amorlcan officer is destroying AnCINCINNATI. Only child of Mr. and Mrs. of Papacy the head of that tho Knlglrts obtain won: lor n. hntnh of flftrman mm m .wuiv bombs the son , . . .. .. . . .. Church on Friday received faithful, drew Carnegie, about to christen tho flee, Is making a vigorous eampaisn, The famed National Hflt of tho men applying tp while a strong organization, steamship Strathnayer til Downey Man- nie uiucinnati uamonc women's of the commander of the Works, at 533 West Market s reet. thorn "Within two weeks from the surrendered to tha Yanks at meant Association arc now numbers .7,000 Felsdal, son of Hussein Shipbuilding Company's yards, Ar- the lawyer throughout the. State Car- - is headquarters for the cleaning of date of application. So thorough Is helm, Germany. Thoy were as Prince for Judge I. fThls being one of the for Paris or London. Fhoto shows members, to which additions aro Sen AH, King of Hedpas, claims his lington, S, ceremonies In which Miss working as a unit ' Btraw headgear and the blocking of their sj'3tem that In the cards they- a case of different size bombs, (being made .each month. roll's selection. talked father tovbe. 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An event which is already on the Dan O'Keefe, former County Sec- lips everyone who loves an ocretary, gave an interesting talk on casionof of real enjoyment is the his army experiences and the scenes euchre and lotto party for the ben- in France at tho meeting of Division nfM of fif TOIIIInm'o Tiiitl Thin 4 Monday evening. event will take place on the after-;Mrs. Mary J. O'Donnoll, County noon and evening of May 20 in St. President, organized a division of William's Hall, Thirteenth and Oak, tho Ladies' Auxiliary at Indianapofor which an excellent programme lis last Saturday. This makes the Is ihelne arranrori hv tha ladies. city. tenth division for that 'Games will be calld at 2:30 and 8 Mrs. Mary McTWhoiter, Natioaal o'clock and a S2.50 sold door prize President of the Ladies' Auxiliary, ' will be awarded. n. Tlie pupils of Holy Cross school will give a muslcale in the school hall, Thirty-secon- d and Newport Council will Initiate anJohn Silk, of Division i. is ill at next Monday evening, andBroadway, an interMobile. esting programme of Instrumental other class this month. Division 5 of Now York City, will and vocal numbers will be given, in The fourth degree initiation at contribute $1,000 to the Irish re- additionand tableaux. A Covington has been set for May 1. public fund. children's orchestra, composed of The Kentucky State Convention Division 3 met last night and a Holy Cross pupils, will also be a will be held at Paducah, opening on featuie. rooters' club was organized to aid May 13. Four years ago, on the completion tho ball team. Bishop Carrell Council at Covof the now Holy Cioss school buildLadles' Auxiliary 3 of Minneapolis ing, the Sisters of Mercy started giv- ington Initiated sixty-fiv- e candidates Is planning a May party for returning lessons In music to the children, last week. ed service men. At last week's meeting Indianapoand their progress has been nothing ap The Hibernian ball club makes snort or marvelous. They ate giv- lis Council received ninety-tw- o Its 1919 debut at Shawnee Paik on ing this musieale as an evidence to plications. Sunday, May 11. their relatives and friends of their New Orleans Council will ,onjoy Ita The members here are in favor deep appreciation of a musical annual boatrido and basket picnic of continuing the publication at the tomorrow. National Hibernian. On May 4 a new council will be Lawrence D. Meany. Recording instituted at Paris, the capital of TAKES KENTUCKY BU1DE. Seoiotary of Division 4, deserted the Bourbon county. bachelor ranks this week. A beautiful wedding of Wednes Noteworthy speakers of the occaThe Hibernian ball team prac day morning of last week was that sion wore Bishop Byrne and Vicar ticed last Sunday and will be out of Miss Mary Loretta Dlneen and General Kerwin. again tomorrow afternoon. George P. Coyle, of Atlanta, which During the recent initiation at Leo P. Reilly, one of our younger was Bolemnlzed at St. James church. Huntington, Ind., a class of 100 re o, In Ludlow, by Rev. Thomas N. members recently discharged from ceived the three degrees. assisted by Rev. John Crystal. the navy, Is on the sick list. Indianapolis will confer tho secTho Ancient Order In Ireland Miss Catherine Dlneen, sister of the ond and third degrees on May 4 on showed a steady Increase In mem- bride, was the maid of honor, Miss a class running into the hundreds. Catherine Nunan and Miss Mary bership during the past year. Supreme Knight Flaherty, now Lampe were the bridesmaids, Don. Tho visits of the Irish History aid Carlo was the best man, and making a tour of the country, reClub make interesting the meetings Messrs. North, Hubert ceived a big reception Monday night Robert of the divisions in Minneapolis. Schrlete, William Blanket and Will- at Fort Wayne. A number of last year's Hiber- iam Coyle were tho ushers. Gllmore and Cleveland councils Mr. nian ball players are still with the and Mrs. Coyle, after a bridal trip, initiated over 500 candidates last A. E. F, In France and Germany. will reside in Atlanta. Sunday. Forest City council will Members of Division 3 are well Initiate 200 on May 11. satisfied with the team Manager VISITED AT ItETItEAT. Six thousand seamen from tho Murphy will lead in the Twin City Atlantic fleet were guests of the League. Sacred Heart Retreat had a num- Knights at a special circus perform The social event of interest this ber of notable week-en- d visitors, ance in itNew lore vjny. week at Portland, Ore., was the among them tho Right Rev. Mon-slgnTomorrow afternoon a new counEaster Monday party of the Ladles' Tallon, domestic prelate, of cil will be Initiated at Paris. Many Auxiliary. St. Louis; the Very Rev. Alfred Kentucky councils will send big delThe Philadelphia County Board Cagnoy, C. P., of Chicago, provin- egations to witness the ceremonies. drlvo will make good Its effort for cial of the Pasilonists: the Rev. Bardstown Gotonctl will send T. $30,000 pledged at the recent Irish Felix Ward, C. P., of Baltimore, and A. Spalding an3 Thomas Stoeker as Rev. Cyril Mels, returning to dolegates to the race convention held in that city. tlal State convention. Division 3 will meet next Friday Chicago from New Orleans. Father E. O. Hayden md T. F. Spalding evening and President Tim O'Leary Alfred and Father Felix remained were named alternates. hopes to have a complete report of for the Feast of St. Paul of- tho San Francisco and California Cross. Mgr. Taljon has returned to day entertainment. St. the St. Patrick's Councils have an active membership Louis. County Boards in Eastern cities campaign on and are meeting wltn are now Jooking over the men as great success. The first has Just BENEFIT FOR CHURCH. piring to represent them at the naninety and the latter fifty-foKo-hoor OUR LUMBER IS GOOD LUMBER If You Want the Best We Have It. HRiEI O. JOPj:ES INCORPORATED Si OO. BROOK AND A STS, Where the QuicK Meal Comes In Where the homo Is Where work is quickly brightest ; done; Where the work U Where cooldng seems lightest; real fun; &Fjri-sv Where the meal Is Where baking gives decooked best; light; Where tho range stands Where drudge Is out of tho test sight th where where tho That's That's W 'Quick Meal" comes "Quick Meal" comes in. in. Qalek Kami Gaa Raagaa Sold. Installed and Illglily Recomraaadad -- ri4sa4 if -- xErIR INCORPORATED cs SOW, OO w. market st. WINB BOUSB THE PHIL. HOLLENBAGH Dlitillara LB FORTUNA "KOIiLKNBAOH" M W. Hal St. eOLLHNBAOH'S Carl A. Hollenbach, Prop. Of Importer and Dealer in WINES Horn SOUR MASH PUKB RY LomUrilla, AND LIQUORS 144 Sontb. Third Phone 1191 BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNA initiated candidates as a starter. Postmaster John A. Cody and Grand Knight Edward TJghe will represent tho New Albany Council at the State Convention to he held Indianapolis. John Parsons ana Louis Vernla are the alternates. Galveston Council showed appreciation of Rer. Father Tamarlin, chaplain of the Eighth Regiment of Marines, and Father McGrath, of the Coast Artillery, by the presentation of gifts at the last meeting. ur WHISKY. IT IS ALWAYS PURE. H. McKeima, Distiller, Fairfield. KyT