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SERVICE MAIN PHONE: AMERICAN JW'lo,.1919. mm M M KveryDriern Louisvilte Carriaca t Taxkk Incorporated Bscort Ci. VOLUME XL1I.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, PRICE FIVE CENTS. REPUBLICAN i& & iWbMESHiB3EaBHBBEB9BBBBBBv """""""""Hh Mnchlno Will Perform With Muz- 1 zlcd Delegates at Lexington AVcdnesday. , prhand dies Searcy Having f newt ,snipawwjipoevr Mdered W &; thinks. W Rrlsn 8etw evil radical efforts at reconst: posing all the whlje ag t saviour of the suffering aagr pressed Jberl uaves: rwm co HjiiljQ "i raLi; jm ftitMMMiefta. lea rtloa between re d and the f r-- If? ri HOMESICK Making Pleasant Rcinalning Days of Our Soldier-- , Encamped in ftci many. WUm 1P4KDK Prnnl HTlrf amttlnltn tA jr jriYatouid State-J- ! dies which Awful Time to Squelch tho Colored Re- r iB"J HbraLi'" sHF'iwllEt' fiSH ffiSH' 'Wk&BBNM iK IrwiWIr lfflrK"m 3""Hflflfl""fl""r"i the sacred Itefcl publicans. Near Major Smith Silent on Racing Reformers Game and Wonder. " 'ur;eti MM. banner pf Qhri tfteee & or who dew Christina dtmtmwy m mlttpr,ofth I HKtlYk nae ".'JiiigfrV Dd , vaaMBnha falH Umfr frotalHMrer form of slavery, mfkom TflflHPey nave been for tary-el- d in t is to libcrat ociwcy, "The hv Twenty Thousand Men in Tents nnd . Huts Within Seien Miles Area. 4, Btrenlhen the Lfccio-usnes- s their dignity t 4 KKYSTOXKKS' FUNNY REEL. h ren life While looking after the soldiers gutefeed by Republican machine. , A who 'have participated in the batand-eWqftf (not pickled) crowd of tles and who are now with th.e am tn IIIUHIM'IIi IllllWMl the legates have been chosen to go to Army of Occupation in Germany, ejeiokptlAcai tkajtMsHt bv Lexington next week and try to tho Knights of Columbus are not th$r praoti tftlSifsHlWBiW can. neglecting the boys who h.ave done arouse some enthusiasm ipr Ka nap atrlYe WMmBmm.Wm to- the tedious and Important work Morrow, who wants to be Governor watts tl RACK ON THE JOB, VIEWS OF PARIS FROM THE AIR. back In tho S. O. S. Six huts are la The of Kentucky because, and this With overseas cap, dlvislpnal Insignia and complete 'overaeaa' cbId-An exceptional view of Paris from an aeroplane, showing the now lo$ated at Jovres, which has rarriraa .TpFiBBBBBBBfcorre- argument in .uvui, tuio uuuguiy uuusuuuy..uirec IB ui iramc Beems to be the. chief Arc do Triomphe in the center foreground. been tho principal source of supply ai one 01 tW9"OU3iM ponding fMsMBaMfiBHn re. , his behalf, he can deliver a "rat- centers of Washington, D. C. s , since the Americans landed in mala ,n of tHftflMHiKlfttorlc tling stump speech." If this latter t igmammgmt innovation Lloyd George has been in communi- France. From this center suDDlies IHhA MIM& qualification is the beat asset for a gamblers, scarlet women, etc." The , UXVU&, cation with the visitors at all. There of every description aro sent to be xiii. VJ Republican nominee for Governor Board of Works became a little inIs one report that he promised to redistributed to all advanced nosts WMMngMflHBeaaual L1l4Allail.MML tttftltetaHMMkiKMi 'La.- soldiers were stationed. then we know of many medicine dignant on its own hook and receive them, but has canceled nU where ; Twenty thousand men, including fakers and sideshow ballyhoos who through the Louisville Herald, the his engagement for the Interview. bu. b mt&re, aooiM. should ibe given consideration (by organ of "reform," announced that British troops broke up a forbid- o.uuu negroes, occupy several thouatteeHte merit 4nHHi!iBnM,t he; the Republican convention. All of the city would tear up Fourth den meeting at Athlone Tuesday sand tents and huts within an area Delegates Dunno and Rynn Aro night by charging upon the crowd of seven mllps. 09 MHUTfta'UimnmaHH: ir.n the delegates selected are warranted street south of Oak and In every g way prevent the wicked The organization has 'been so Tho Giat iWHt Leo XHV tfco Hon of ptri; and guaranteed by the rho with the bayonet, A number of Welcomed by Huge Crowds vfeota oi socle' tnBHBHHH&ara- machine. uvui uiuiug me race iracK. xsow bureau of the persons were wounded' and armored complete and efficient that its comAwAor of TBre SoeM in'Dubllu.) They are warranted not to raise a here it is Derby day and the near ttov tbB Simons, cars have taken possession of the manding officer,, Col ' 4...L row in the convention, and guaran- Mayor has not uttered a word about The place. Laurence GInnell, member of was awarded the D. S. C. vartt' ymmnmrnumr i The Jevres teed to swallow any candidate or racing, which leads one to wonder iwor tiu eaMmaHnaHn-'iKYoihParliament for Westneath, attempt- mous project Indicates the enorplatform the machine imposes on if the fact that Hert, the big Repubaueatlohv .AOHHkkkkBrViTi i n work accomplished by Ameried to address the meeting. them. Special trains will bring the lican boss, now a heavy stockholder the limit and Hinted That Lloyd "George Does Gen. Griffin, military commander, can engineers and experts taken delegates to the convention next in the race tracks, has anything to Ecycl4el.,,;L4t' ea ComAitim it la d his proclamation con- from the ranks because their speNot Oppose an' 'Irish Wednesday, and it Is rumroed that do with the silencing of the apostle atw!, yfea stituting Limerick a special military cial ability was essential In thjs Working Gbisses Only On feature of ithe war work. none will be allowed on the plat- of reform. area. Republic. At the Remault station at Jevres Recently the work of the Keyform en route unless they have a Frank P. Walsh, Chairman of tho fL Cosiee4. .' written pass or order from State stone police nt the 'ball park was There itelo- - there are 10,000 animals. commission of Campaign Chairman Chealey Searcy. mentioned in these columns and the JI&; ,4 TM the gates to Paris, Is said to have told aro acres of ground covered with steel buildings, ready for shipment; done to prevent any tamper- following little incident again brings This is Wilson Cnu't ,TIcad Cniibe,' But Is rroi: ue vaiera, "Jiead or the. Sinn also supplies r. ing with the delegates, and in the the comedy, cops in the limelight. Prof,' Jk of every description all Eein Government, that President vavV7V Jwsly vmic Willing '.That Irish" llo everyone knows, the great Amerconvention the only time they will As 4fe4wH' flPBHHHmBv', or-Wilson could Snot In 'his offlcinl ca- ready to be forwnrded ot any point. Het;i(aMM.s be allowed to open their mouths Is ican game of baseball is Greek to ecf pacity introduce Ireland's case be- The cold storage plant Is a building - SfcsJt 970 fay When they hear "their master's the average Keystone policeman, fore the S'eace Conference. hTi s wm vm This with feet long by 120 feet wide, lIIWtt 1 voice" calling for three cheers for and the closest they ever got to the al PfH Mr. Wilson, to have told beef. a capacity of 8,000 tons' of "Howdy Ed," the rattling stump game was when they were located The Ice plant has a machine ca;S Walsh himself. (The- President addon the street car platforms outside Bpgaker. fWBfi that turns out 500 tons of Ice per BREAK UP 9IKKTING. ed, however, that he saw no reason day. Approximately 140 miles of 'ItOOrS mar calltn an. may At the little preliminary gather- the park following the occupation why the Irish, delegates hosen by ,I!wtrt,'.1aIIMrM--- ' wtr 3359. ing at Bardstown on Wednesday of "hick" motormen and conducfors siKxu.,'1'0 $wpjmwsx JtAiJt,' the' Irish f people should not be American railroad track, many mar ntJnmamKLmamamm.r-titn'tititn Hert and Searcy gave instructions to until the room .machine, 4 VWh to the Peace chine shops and tho equipment of x vi7JHHB(M'iJtfg granted&admlttnnce ii 'tilli WMffWiim1llliilnilf twenty miles of.wareJjouseaifi(fly.-'- n AI as to the iholr. lieutenants-Gatherefte CoTSrerelSeTrY . fzvr9 Zl&lZjt SP .t JtOf'WMMTf campaign slogan; and incidentally 11ce?intich to the sorrpw of our citi aro spatWm , rfwftB.roftniejcaj32Mu:ejl,atfpT the: mmae-XT- S, ".ifc " 'w ansi Time and again speakers and and is lielng chaperoned 'by Catho weekforFraklH.VValshrakd UUIC' tered throughout the raid tJMT" the big and little bosses handed but zens ana much to the joy of the DEMOCRATIC ENTRIES. Irish "soei etles In some humor. Mr. Hert said he was crooks. Jevres. But to our story. The writers quote from and appeal for nor women from the dlffexent par . The epgineers, electricians. mm'fef' for Morrow because he liked him, Keystone police stationed at the support to the encyclical letter, ishds or tho city. The iBureal of the Unlted'States, who arrived In Encouraged with the prospects of ers and mechanics composinglaLi Employment ha been able to find Ireland on Sunday atterndon from and that personally he didn't want ball park have been, watching and tho any political office. All will agree listening to the crowd at the park "Rerum Novarum," of Pope Leo positions for a number of girls and Paris, Included visits to Belfast, Democratic success this fall candi- organization at this port are dis XIII. Now It Is mentioned as the women and urges all who are look Ctiik and Limerick. Friday reDre- - dates for local offices are beginning appointed In not having taken part with the speaker on his last state- trying to understand the game, encyclical on the labor question, ing for work of any kind to call Bentatlvee from all Ireland, regard to announce and during tho next in tne actual war. They are homement "that he didn't want any po- which is a little different from again litical office," as the average man "town ball' and "soaky," which capital It ia termed the encyclical on and register their names. The Bu- less or party, have been invited to few weeks it appears that there will sick, and It Is the purpose of the and labor, and practically reau is anxious for everyone to meet the Americans. K. of C. to make pleasant the reif given a big share in Kentucky's they played at home. Hearing the everywhere it is being appealed to know that there aro no charges for Tho mission of the .Americans is be several contestants for the dif- maining days of these soldiers at race tracks, control in several big crowd yell at the umpire some time, as ferent offices. The announcement this camp. Boxing exhibitions, lecwere tho sole document services. if It corporations and controlling interest "Why don't you get opera glasses?" On the list are several to obtain safe conducts to Paris for In the Republican party in Kentucky evidently gave two of them a hint, which Catholics Should study, and very pleasant positions open for Prof. Edward de Valera. Sinn Fein of Dr. H. E. Mechling for the nomi- tures, serving of chocolate, musical to which they can have recourse, as young girls of sixteen to twenty. member of Parliament for East nation for County Commissioner is concerts and other formsof enterwouldn't want to hold office either. as to the great amusement of the an Mayo; Arthur Griffith, founder of moie than pleasing to the great tainment have broken tho monotony, It's easier to hold the men who hold crowd two of the Keystoners In full chiefofficial pronouncement of the representative of Christ on the Sinn Fein organization, and group of young Democrats, who and according to army officials has CONSECRATED. the offices. Then our own Chesley uniform were out 'in front of the Count Plunkett, Sinn Felri member know that "Doc" will put some real done much to console the soldlera thought he would give the G. O. P. grandstand armed with a pair of earth on the social question. Such an attitude is neither proper, some thunder for the opera glasses trying to get the angle The most ReV. Albert Daeger. of of Parliament for North Roscom "pep" into tho race and his candI - who are awaiting orders to return uttuj- wan serve as an incentive ror.nome. campaign by saying that he had of the game. They would pass them nor does it do justice to the great Jemez Pueblo, N. M., was conse- mon. Mr. Walsh said that he had been those aspiring to other offices, as Admiral Sims, Commander of the photographs where colored brothers back and 2 forth amid the loud Pontiff Leo XIII. For he has not crated Metropolitan of the archdioof the party were shut out of a chuckles and guffaws of the crowd, merely loft us the one encyclical cese of Santa IJeUi&Tttrgoijn area informed by Col. E. M. House that they know that If nominated he will Victory Fleet, has given his official "On the condition of tho workers;" In the United States, in the Cathe safe conducts also would be grant- be a strong asset to the ticket In appreciation of what tho Knights of vote four years ago, the polls clos- who quit following the progress of ing at 4 o'clock, leaving them stand- the game to see the two Keystoners on the contrary, we have inherited dral of St. Francis, at Santa Fe, on ed, but before this was done the the November election. During his Columbus did for the men ot the British Lloyd career here as physical Instructor fleet In a letter received at K. of C. Premier, David ing in line. Ches' speakers won't using the glasses, and those sitting from him a "magnificent heritage," Wednesday. The retiring Archbishop, the Most George, desired to consult- with the and official referee Dr. Mechling has. headquartois. The Admiral writes: have to go back to four years ago near claimed they were looking a system of sociological teachings won a host of friends and followers "Upon relinquishing my duties as for topics of this nature. This past through the small end. Officer 363 which Prof. G. Toniolo, erstwhile Rev. J. B. PItaval, of Santa Fo, per- Americans. Official representatives of the who are loyal to him, and that loy- - Commander of the United States election was featured in Louisville seemed to be the owner, as every head of tho Catholic Union of Italy, formed the ceremohy of consecraby a near riot of soldiers and serv- now and then he would put the designates as a "completely devel- tion by which the former superior Irish Republic will be permitted to alty will be extended to the party naval forces in Europe, on behalf ice men clamoring at the doors of vision's aid in his back pocket, af- oped system of Christian social of the Franciscan Fathers in an ob- go to Paris, Frank P. Walsh, mem- which honors him with a nomlna- - of the navy I wish to convey my Prof. Toniolo croups scure Indian settlement became the ber of the peace del- tlon. Joo Nevin. who was a thanks and annreclatlon of Republican Clerk Neutzel's office, ter passing them to his partner, teachings." for their ballots, and in that long Officer 418. Many of their Key- the social declarations of Popo Leo spiritual guide of the Roman Catho- egation, told tho United Press Mon- date for County Commissioner In the excellent service which has been line of American boys one crippled stone associates were looking on XIII. as a whole and comments on lics of New Mexico, Colorado, day. "Col. House Informed us that inn. announces mat he will be a rendered by your organization in Arizona and part of Texas. soldier was assaulted by a Republi- with jealbua eyes, and you can look them thus: The safe conduct to Paris will be grant- candidate for the same office in the aiding the spiritual and material J,He bequeathed to posterity a ceremony was attended by church- ed official Irish delegates," said primary and his friends point to tho welfare of tho men of the navy can thug county policeman for daring forward to seing the example of the system of men and laymen from all parts of Walsh Effectlvo work of this kind, which to want to vote. Through these two enterprising cop3 followed at completely developed "But first Premier Lloyd fact that outside of the Christian social teachings. The his- the archdiocese and by a number of George desires to Interview us." trio two years ago, ho fosters contentment and better mor- methods of the local Republican future games. All of the Keystone comedy, how- tory of modern science traces their visiting dignitaries. Walsh and his colleagues, Edward led the ticket in the city. James als, Is of real military value, and machine Swagar Sherley, one of the n F. Dunne and Michael Ryan, were G. Caldwell has been out several .the record of your organization is a Archbishop Daeger, biggest men in Congress for years, ever, wasn't confined to the ball source rather far back, to the first was defeated and the principal aids park, and the public outside was decades of tho nlnetenth century, years old, was born in St. Annes, given a great ovation Sunday as weeks and there Is a quiet boom on most happy one in this respect." to his defeat were the Inability of given a little treat the same day. from which time they continue to Ind., where he received his early they left the Cathedral after attend- for Judge James P. Gregory and y This reel was one that would re- progress daily. But for a long time education, later attending St. Franing mass. They visited Glandalough Squire Charles C. Wheeler for the soldiers to vote and the HISTORY OF CHAPLAINS. large negro vote, very few mind you of the early days of the these sources were merely mono- cis College in Cincinnati. He was (twenty-fou- r miles south of Dub- same office. Gus Hanke has annegroes in this town being in the movie pictures, when the "funny graphic Investigations, fragmentary ordained priest in 1S9G, and came lin) In company with Prof. Edward nounced for the Legislature In the A history of the United States legislative district, while army chaplains has been begun by chases" were featured. Out Sev- studies, academic discussions, occa- to the Southwest eighteen years ago. do Valera and several Sinn Fein Forty-sixt- h nrniy. Speaking of the negro vote, the enth street past St. Catherine went sional keen flashes of thought. At He was stationed at Pena Blanca members of Parliament. At night Ben Beckmann's legion of friends the War Department. The prelimiy machine is having trou- four Keystoners in headlong flight, the present day, after the Encycli- and Farmington, both in New Mex- they attended a reception given by are requesting him to announco for nary research work has been outlinIn that district. ble with the colored voter and the led by the Secretary of the Police cals of Leo XIII., which sustained ico, before assuming charge of the Mrs. John O'Kelley, wife of tho There ed In a synopsis sent out by Major are many strong Democrats who are Axton. It Is divided into four part3 leading element in the party have Department (Jimmy didn't have his by the common light of the evan- Franciscan mision at Jemez Pueblo Irish Republic's envoy to Paris. gelical teachings of Christian phil- ten years ago. His familiarity with gone so far as to issue a defi to the captain's uniform on either) and a Michael J. Ryan, of Philadelphia, getting frequent mention, men that and an appendix. Part one commachine. The colored leaders say big fat ice man. Tho laughing spec- osophy and revelation, have illumi- Spanish and a number of Indian and former Gov. Edward F. Dunne, are popular with all factions of the prises the history of tho chaplains that they are not going to allow the tators didn't know why the ice man nated all the phases of social, civil dialects made his services particu- of Illinois, representatives of the party as candidates, among them be- within the United States, and deals Irish societies In the United States, ing Charles Mllllken, J. Wm. Miller, with tho status of tho regular army tall to wag the dog any longer. All was drafted into the reel, unless for and political knowledge In harmon- larly valuable in New Mexico. effect, 'but the only ious, logical connections; at the of this haa been caused by candi- the comedy arrived in Dublin Monday night Joe Overberg, Wm. F. Mayer, Scott chaplains on the eve of tho war; dacy for the Legislature of William thing needed to make it a real imi- present day we possess a unified ANOTHER K. O. COUNCIL. from Belfast. Thoy were met at Mayes, S. P. Owen, Owen Cochran, the new army and the demand for teachinga, Warley, the colored newspaper man, tation of the funny pictures was to complex of sociological tho station by enormous crowds Wm. Bosler, Arthur Stern, E. B. more chaplains; training the new Five hundred Knights of Colum- wmen formed a procession and es- Addison, W. R. Hickman. John W. chaplains at Camp Zachary Taylor; and that candidacy has not only have a nurse and babj; buggy In the brought together in a system, which against tho supernatural, bus from Louisville, Lexington, Cov- corted the Americans through the Owen, Thopias Walsh, Charles J. tho chaplains in the camps, hospiAnyway they captured the rests been Indorsed by the colored Re- chase. d (boy they were chas- which measures up to the, problems ington, Newport and Latonla came principal streets. publicans in this district but Notwithstanding Ryan, Will O'Connor, Squire Frank tals, internment camps, disciplinary throughout the State. Warley lives ing and when the big audience of our age, which absorbing every- to Paris Sunday morning to attend military proscription of meetings Dacher and Louis Baron. Two Dem- barracks, at the posts, etc. Part in a district In which the colored heard of the enormity of the crime thing takes unto itself all that Is inauguration ceremonies of, P. I, and processions, there was no in- ocrats who are getlng strong men- two embraces the history of the Republicans comprise 80 per cent, committed by the prisoner it was true in modern science and is McCarthy Council and the initiation terference with the demonstration. tion for Mayor two years hence are chaplains overseas in France, Italy tt and England, and treats such quesTho initiation Upon thoir arrival at their hotel the former Attorney Gerieral James of the vote and he has refused to a source of wonder why the police proven by experience, and thus is of 100 candidates. and be bluffed or persuaded into, quit- didn't shoot him or club ,hlm to prepared to successfully oppose a ceremonies were performed by Charlie Foster. Americans addressed tho assembly tions as the voyage over; the conFol from a window, dwelling upon the ting the race. The best element of death. It developed that this boy, positlvistic, materialistic and Council of Lexington. ditions abroad; the chaplains at the sociology. It is a now lowing the ceremonies more than objects of war and claiming the his race are backing him to a man, or as he said another boy with him front, 1n the trenches, at tho rest MADE THEIR VOWS. camps, in the hospitals, on special and they threaten to bolt if Warley bad, "sassed" a conductor on a structure which was first declared 400 guests partook of a banquet right ot and a ma- Seventh street car. Just think of to be Impossible or at least un- served by the women of the Catholic Republican form of government for Is knifed by the Last Sunday afternoon at the duty; of tho work of the chaplains chine. "Mr. Ohesloy" has been that. Daring to "sass" a future worthy of notice, 1)ut which soon church in the basement of the Court the Irish. They declared the Irish Passionist Retreat on the Newburg during the armistice. Part three sweating blood trying to remedy the Keystone policeman, one of the acquired an uncontested right to House. Addresses wore made by were as entitled fo those rights as road with solemn nnd impressive describes the work done by the situation and thi3 past week fell former associates of the "hick" recognition so mruch 60 that no the Rev. Father James L. Gorey, of the chaplains with the American forces Several Sinn Fein n trick of conductors and motormen, from prominent exponent of contempo- Covington; M. T. Hennessey, of Au- leaders also made addressea. Tho ceremony four novices of tho Pas- In Archangel, Siberia, etc. Part back on the old n rary negro to split whose ranks we get our economics, such as Wagner, gusta; William Geoghegan, of Cin- demonstration ended, near midnight. sionist order made their sacred four deals with casualties and honbringing out another policemen. This should Philippovicli, Schoonberg, Laveleye, cinnati, and T. T, Donovan, Ludolw. the vote. But his candidate, Dr. R. Associated Press dispatches from vows of poverty, chastity and obe- ors, and has a very Important subP. Peters, an employe of the Health prove a (warning to others in the Stein, neglect to consider a ChrisLondon say tho visit of representa- dience, nnd their fourth vow to pro- heading entitled "What Enlisted Don't get back at the cel- tian school along with the other VINCENTIANS. Office and delegate to the G. 0. V. future. tives of American Irish societies to mote devotion to the Sacred Pas- Men Say About the Chaplains.'--' convention, is being bombarded jby luloid collar boys or the motormen schools. Ireland is creating great interest In sion of Our Lord Jesus Christ. The "Whoever has studiously applied the press here for having been in- and conductor police will get reThere was a very gratifying at Sinn Fein olrcles there and equal novices "were J. Harold Palmer, of BLESSING OF ORGAN. himself to the historical develop- tendance last Sunday afternoon at Indignation lit Unionist quarters In Cleveland; C. J. Schneiders, of Dedicted twice for selling cocaine. So venge for the Insult. ment of the social question; who- the quarterly meeting of tho St. Ireland and" England. It Is believed troit; Maurice E. Kaliaher, of the State Chairman is having his organ made by Pllchor ever realizes, in the light of count- Vincent de Paul Society In Knights the mission has the sanction of Louisville, and B. H. Kroger, of & The now troubles and Morrow's friends up MISSION OPENS SUNDAY: city, Sons, of less investigations and diffident of Columbus Hall. President John A. President Wilson and was granted Cincinnati. The services took place the Churchthis Our and installed In the State are yelling "Get that nigLady, Thirty-fift- h of ger out of the way you're hurting widely known Re- - practical attempts, the depths of the Doyle was huthe chair and enrolled passports from Paris to Ireland at In the chapel of the Sacred Heart Tomorrow tho and Rudd will 'i labor movement, striving to obtain a number or new members, oiuoh Ids Tequest. There also were re- Retreat, iwhere the Very Rev. Fath Af9 nnrl near) avenue, Af be bless4Vi". Ed " demptorist missionaries, Fathers Its rights; whoever IrlMlXJ Wiv iki a, Mmn JH T T5 rtJ4AM.nPMAt,MA.fl you can't, hardly help noticunderstands the Interest was taken In the confer ports that Premier Lloyd George tni a fl professions Well, May Rev. and dellv Georce W. Schuhmann. D. 18. of St. ing the remarkable chfenge in our Mayer and Praganzar, will open a invincible tendencies of the move- ence reports, read my secretary promised to receive the delegates of received the D.. the two weeks' mision at St. Mary Mag ment, its dangers, and its to a de- Bohan, w.hlch showed that an im the American-Iris- h ered an enlightening discourse. near Mayor's attitude toward Societies and adJohn's, will deliver tho dedicatory on racing game compared with his po- dalene church (held Brook street. gree intrinsic justification; whoever mense amount of charity work had vised them to visit Belfast. This Is address. This will be followed by every morning weighs and measures the corre- bedn done among the poor of the regarded as evidence that Lloyd ago. Services will be sition of a short eiglit iionths FATHER nUGHES PASSES. an organ recital by Prof. Alyln A. and evening. Father William Gause- - sponding spread of a scientific and city. At their respective churches J George does not oppose their avowJust prior to the opening of the pohl, Volt, assisted by the Catholic Conthe pastor, Invites everybody fighting Socialism a system which the different conferences approached ed efforts toard the creation of an Rev. Father John J. Hughes, head cert Singing Society and Prof, fall races. Smithj, was long and taunt in his denunciation of rac to hear these eloquent Keuemptor- - assumed to itself tho mission of the altars, the members being pres Irish republic. There is consider of tho Paullst order in this country, A. Rectenwald. The pastor, John Rev. good will be bringing salvation to society by ent in laree 'numbers and makiae a able mystery about tho whole affair died In a hospital in Now York City much ing, tola fft record' .in.r saying lsts, and boes ana Martin O'Connor, cordially "invite's eternity. means of violent cataatrophles and j very edifying Impreasiaa. of raised lor time m "raatag Jwywg" is unknown whether Premier early Tuesday morning, mat and it . the general public to be. present. j.ircy nd-plck- cd So far so good with 'ai Hert- - Itan, of .the entl ftmety, and fl: milr cohhbv lor them an existe; well being ,co! 8 nU?nW tgnfty tr. 'tp create ma Ind afWant MMklly "" IK leeogiaiM-KSM. of du whwi. THfnMnreon tfegHHTC to Army Officials Pralso tho Knights of Columbus For Their AVork. SSWE SKb iK: wwb.o; M FORCES ARE DISAPPOINTED. d 1 BWI4 alHpiau Ti tiMnaBHflK . RFfnr,NI7Flli -- niw ffiimi IRELAND ! rr tHHHot hand-pickin- race-goe- rs Hert-Searc- y aMmmBAr - vnanmi SiP QtxRBipccner- viiHw: n .- -' T.- !! WjlH m 6othJKnPte mKHmtBmMSmiilHir . Irlsh-Amerlr-.- in I wWHKmm iHraMflKIIMC .wHHU' . Searcy-Chilto- -- d Sw&ff rii 7 v " iw-- - - '.''' -- tf spell-binde- rs - -- - Irish-Americ- . -- Blngham-Scholz-C- ox forty-seve- unprece-dentedl- Hert-Searc- sixteen-year-ol- Gar-ne- Blue-gra- ss ex-Jail- er anti-Christi- an Hert-Sear- cy Jugo-Slav- s. moth-eate- Searcy-Chilto- " I fr f a JBCKODXJOMTST XRXSUEC A3SdnBJX.IC2A2X Slay 20 Euchre and lotto, after nnnn nml nlpht fnr honfH nf St. William's church, In hall, Thirteenth rWted to the Soclai and Motil Advancement o( Irish American nd Cttootfca and Oak. Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's ftlay Heart church May Institute and Catholic Knights of America. festival and candy-pullin- g, KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. COJIING EVENTS. t 300 Per Cent .Dividends Paid By Oil Companies In The Burkburnett Oil Fields Of Texas TEN ACRES Publlahera way. Juno PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c SUBSCRIPTION KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINT1NC CO., entered at the Loulivllle Pottodlce IncorpotMcJ. Sccood-CU- n Bchool hall, Seventeenth and 3 Broad- Matter. 319-32- Mackln Social Club on steamer grim. Moonlight excursion of Pil- CAPITALIZATION er $50,000 share ho par OUR LOCATION AND HOLDINGS Tho last four larce Trills to be reported In the last few days aro Just above thU lease. It la eHtlmated that tho four wells uro making more than 13.000 barroU of oil a Iay The, Burk Wj-genCoiupuii, which is Just north of this leubc, Mold May 5 to Eastern capitalists for two million stockholders realizing; thlrty-fl- v , for one. FIFTY-EIGH- iMr.il ill Cwnunletloni io ths KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 1 Wnt grim St. fRAOrHKMC0UNCH, LOUISVILLE, KY. EXPECT I,ITTI,E. .SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1919 Greece, Jinx moonlight excursion of Trinity Council. Moonlight excursions 5 Juno given by Trinity Council, Y. M. I. June 17 Euchre and lotto by ladles of the Cathedral in hall, 431 South Fifth street, afternoon and evening. June 13 13-1- We havo sufficient acreage for five wells In the heart of the proven field of Burkburnett. between the lArgest producing wells In the entire field, within 1,500 feet of the Mason Big Three property. Our acreage Is In Block 46, the Marine Company operating In Block 68, recently sold their Interests In this field to Gllllhand Stockholders realising & mphards, of Tulsa, Okla., for JS.BOO 00 a profit' of 1760 per cent on their Investment T OIL COMPANIES IN THE BURKBUR- ANOTHER OIL BOOM DRILLERS HIT NETT FIELD PAY TOTAL DIVIDENDS $3,630,500 Guatemala, Haiti, Hedjaz, IN BURKBURNETT OIL 27 OUT OF Krom Wlchlt Dully Tlmea. April 4. Honduras, Italy, Japan, Liberia, 100 40 totaling 3, 630,500 have Big Thtee Dividends Dispatches last week told us Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Poland, paid by 6S companies operating Block 36 16 300 trort Worth Record, April 1. CHANCES IS nothing regarding the progress made Portugal, Roumania, Servia, Slain, 150 at Burkburnett, according to data Brown No. 1 Wlldcut schemes In tho UurkburnoU compiled by Everett Hughes, who 'Citizens 30 200 delegates at Uruguay. Canada, Australia, South by the 20 275 district Are fading and the oil game has recently issued tho Burkburnett Columbia Mr. and Mrs. J. X. Kessack, of If Lloyd George has met Africa, India and New South Wales 30 Paris. 175 is getting down to a substantial, solid Directory and Oil Company Guide, a Clifton, left Sunday to visit frlend3 y very 100 comprehensive. 30 BURKBURNETT SHOWS 22 Information .1... 30 them, as he promised to do, wejare all parts of the British Empire, in Cincinnati. 175 basis, according to W. P. Mason, who source. Jin Hughes has also worked Green River . -. nothing of the result of the Every State in the Union would Saturday from an Inspection know tint a table, showing the capital xHammond No. 1 309 returned 30 PRODUCERS OUT OF 23 35 200 trip to the oil fields. stock, and per cent paid by each of xHammOnd No. 2 Mrs. R. E. Hannon, of Peterson conference. Truth to tell, we ex- have as good a claim to be reprethese1 companies to April 4. 60 haH a good well and four 500 COMPLETIONS. This xHorno Block 45 pert little enough from It; a few sented in the league as these de- avenue, has been visiting her broth100 or five wells on block 43 are on the ww table follows The (x) by a com- K. A. pany's name indicates that It Is not a McGee 30 100 sand and setting casings. The Texas promises to be broken again, pendencies of Great Britain. And er in St. Louis. moie 200 600 airl on block 44 Is down 330 feet, stock company, and the amount of Marine IKrom Texa Oil Ledger March . a shifting of responsibilities If pos- ns much as any Ireland is entitled D. J. Oleeson has returned from 60 capital given represents the Invest- - Perry Browning 150 struck an eight-fosand at 335 feet Wichita Falls, March 6. Drillers sible, and a return to the status to representation. 50 which made a good showing for a by th owners. Capital a two weeks' trip to New. York City .... 35 ment made 100 times out of 100 shallow well and It; Is expected that hit oil twenty-seve- n stock thousands. and Providence, R. I. quo. The League of Nations does 35 153 Per staley-Wlllanother sand will be reached at 600 thirty chances in the North Central emnot include Ireland, though it Capital PAHEXTA L RESPONSIBILITY. 100 feet which which can be worked on Texas field last week. The BurkburCent Victory Petroleum .... 60 Miss Marj Kennedywho has been 18 Company 226 acreage and another sand is oxpect-e- d Stock Paid Vindicator braces five dependencies of Great twenty-tw- o producvisiting in Indianapolis, returned 30 100 xWalker et al 40 126 between 900 and 1,000 feet Tho nett field scored Big Hit There can be no question that one home on Friday. Britain which are placed on an holes. 30 120 Big Pools 160 'Wichita Fuel 200 Fowler sand Is expected at 1,750 feet ers out of twenty-thre- e of the gravest responsibilities asequality with the United States. sumed by Catholics who enter the aek Miss Lola Farrell, of Philadelphia, Can a league without Justice enholy state of matrimony is tho relig- Is a visitor here, tho guest of her dure long? We think not. ious training of the children with grandmother, Mrs. E. 'A. Smith. whom it may please Almighty God ITALY AND PEACH. Louisville visitors In New York to bless them. Unfortunately, too, THE MEN BEHIND OUR COMPANY. there is little doubt that the respon- last week included Miss M. M. For Stockholders Get The vote of confidence given Pre- sibility 13 one which a great many Verhoeff, W. Schade. A. M. Mohr, It Is important if you antlalpato an Investment to know something of D. Gates and G. Meier. ' ' the men who are to handle the business. mier Orlando by both houses of the Incur without due thoughtfulness, C. (BTom Fort Worth Record, March It.) The men behind this company are your guarantee of a square deal and which Italian Parliament was Intended as Inclined to in consequence they are Wichita Falls, March 27. The properties of tho Fowler Mr. and Mrs. James r. Edwards They are men known In this section by their years of business dealings, minimize, if not practian answer to President Wilson's cally to shirk altogether. Farm Oil Company have been sold to the Magnolia Petroleum and merit the confidence of every investor, large or smalt. and children left Thursday for ProsCompany for a cash consideration of SI, too, 000, giving the statement of last week. Italy can True, when the dawn or reason pect, where they have opened their TRUST KKS. $15,000 for each S10Q Invested, In addition to shareholders clerk. Tarrant prominent attorney. claim to be united in Its demand first breaks upon the childish mind. summer home, "Cardinal Hill." Joe M Collins, W. W. Wllklunoii the moneys already received from production since the origCounty. of Fort "Worth mothers a rule inal well was brought in July 26, 1918. tor Plume. But that scarcely helps Catholic mvr1tlr tliaascnnrlu nfare faith- ' "fr nnfl Afro J 'P in- A P, Bealichamp, oil operator. Geo. 8. Adams, audltut of Fort Worth ful In nlamnn. counnet. Juda-Octe A. TL MoBlroy. new Jobber. Only a limited amount of stock unsold and wo reserve tho her case before the Paris confer- tary religious truths in the hearts nounce the engagement of their right to reject an oversubscriptions. ence. If Italy refuses to sign the of their little ones. The children daughter, Miss Louise Schwerman, to peace treaty and makes a separato are taught to make the sign of the Robert Earl Scalf. The wedding E. G. LUDTKE REFERENCE Any Bank In Fort Wortlu wiy take place June 4 at St. Leo's peace with Germany, tho crucial cross, to lecite short prayers; to church. Room 201 Urban Building speak and think reverence of difficulty is not thereby avoided. God the Father, with Divine Lord, 122 South Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky. our urnetf-CenteMr. and Mrs. Charles E. Cooney, Phone City 5179. Unless the League of Nations is an and the Blessed Virgin; to distinempty name tho awards of the guish the broad lines of right nnd of Syracuse, Teturned Thursday Mall Checks or Call In Person and I Will be dad to go Into tho Proposition Fully. Once the child has grown from French Lick Springs to attend pltal Bank Bldg:., Fort Worth, Tex. peace treaty must bo carried out. wrong. old enough to bo sent to school, the Derby and are the guests during If Italy refuses, the test of tho however, too many parents appar- their stay of Mrs. Cooney's parents, powers of the league will conic at ently think that the responsibility Mr and Mrs. J. B. Wathen. of his religious education is shifted Perhaps it is just as well. once A most enjoyable event of last from their shoulders to those of his HEIiP THE SAIS. week was the birthday entertainteachers or of the parish priest. OAltRAXZA. This is a radical mistake. Home ment given by Mr. and Mrs, Patrick The largest financial campaign training in the theory and practice Bannon at their home on the Bards-tow- n ever conducted for homo welfare With the True Voice, wo sus- of Christian doctrine can not he suroad In tyonor of the anniver- needs In Louisville, and the one pected that Carnmza had nearly perseded iby the Instruction of even sary of their son, Shelley Bannon. rnnsw- -' with thn mnl quences for the welfare of the peo reached the end of his rope when ho the most conscientious teachers or Mrs. Walter M. Higglns and lesthe ple, is the Welfare League and Salsuddenly reversed his policy of per- son mo3t zealous priests. The oT Chnttanooga, arrived here Imparted by a pious and loving home service secution of the church across our mother and a conscientious father Sunday, after spending a month vation Army $28S,00Q, which fund will Conwith her parents In. (Mobile, and arc campaign for May ID to 26. T)ie southern border. The Peace makes a far more vlvfd and lasting be conducted visiting William M. Higglns and service which this- money will renference has refused to recogni7e his impression than can be given by any family, 732 South Twenty-foth der Is Indicated by. the fact that tho whatever. regime in Mexico, and his delegates other human agency boys Even whero the and girls street. twenty-si- x gha,r43 andr phllan Spain. Give the Peace attend parochial schools, in which for fhropi& hffilT mffte-iutho Wel I? Mr. antl Mrs. Melchjor Helchmuth CoB'nce oredit for one good act on tnnhfum Fnritia nnn nf th rmilnr.. fare League last year provided food, recthe fireside Instruction announces the engagement f their fuel and clothing and trained sprv-Ic- o anyway. Our Government still daughter, Miss Mary Prances Relch- to 16.3G3 needy people In their ognizes Carranza, but he can not can not safely be dispensed with. muth, ta John D. Haag. The marMuch less can it be neglected in Alio homes, recreational and inspirationsuclast much longer. Who is to case of the thousands of our Catho- riage will bo solemnized next Wed- al opportunity 'for 4,127 roeople, ceed him in Mexico no one knows. lic childron who perforce attend the nesday morning at 9 o'clock at St. protection and home care for 2,111 We hope, however, that the end of public schools In which religion is Elizabeth's church. children, institutional care 'for 627 To tabooed. nursing service for (,- persecution there is in sight. Tho ligious trainingimagine that tho reThe marriage of Miss Cecilia Mc- - adults, home summer outings for of such children is 396 peoplo, church could not have a more ruth- oiifflntontlv nrnvtitnil fnr liv tlinlr nf- people. Thus $231,000 of the less enemy than Oarranza has shown tendance at the weekly Sunday a host of friends In Louisville social total Is required for the work of apschool Is to cherish a fallacy thats circles, wa3 solemnized on Wednes In libel f tobo. these organizations In the Welfare patently absurd. And it is ques- day at St. Aloyslus church In the League. The remainder of $57,000 presence of many friends and well Is required for the special needs of tionable whether the Sunday-schoFACING DANGKU. They will make their tho Salvation Army, which Includes session can even do the negative wishers. work of quite neutralizing the bane- home in Parkland. $27,000 to clear off a mortgage on 25 at- -' Those who tell us that there Is no ful influence of the the Citadel, which Is Lieut. J. L. McMinn, Miss Knth- - ouly lodging house forLouisville's mosphere to which the children ate l tiger of Bolshevism in America homeless Lieut, and Mrs. women; $15,000 to complete the O'Connell habitually exposed. It .r an opportunity to revise not do very much more. certainly can erlne Wasson and will spent the week-en- d Lelnnd Citadel, whlcfni&xfir-was finished as tho guests or Mrs. Wasson s because of lack of funds, and their opinion In the light of tho The only parents who may hope 0 bomb (plot that developed the past to have rid themselves, In a very mother, Mrs. G. L. Gay. A ery de for necessary Improvements In week tilow extensive are the rami- large measure, of their personal re- lightful feature of tho trip was a the Home for Friendless Women, sponsibility effective relig dinner dance at Grand View, the Louisville's only home specifically fications of that conspiracy may not ious trainingfor the sons and home of Mrs. Gay, followed by a for unmarried mothors, which la to .of their But there daughters, are they who have con- motor drive to Lexington. be known for months. be taken over by the Salvation no doubt that there is an element fided the education of those sons Army. The Salvation Army ha" is Matt Corcoron. 731 South won a tremendous name for in this country that is in full sym-- J and daughters to Catholic colleges street, has been wearing by its war work, but Its peace itself and coments. The authorities of time pathy with the Russian Bolsheylsts. such Institutions leally assume par- a brond smile since the stork home service work Is even more ImThe I. W. W.'s and the Socialists ental obligations toward those com- brought to him another handsome portant. This $57,000 will all be COCA COLA BOTTLING WORKS, He Is now the proud spent locally, and And there mitted to their charge, and hence boy baby. ave really Bolshevists. is Louisville's to a father of one girl and three boys, shar eof tho $13,000,000 Salvation FRED S. SCHMIDT, Secretary. are enough for them in this country relieve the fathors and mothers great extent of another apof Louisyille, Ky. to constitute a real danger. It is essential duties one their their most and. It the stork makes ho will have Army Home service fund campaign pearance it Is expected offspring. to which Is to be conducted throughnot that there is danger of Bol- The overwhelming majority of Cath- a full hand. out the country the weeX nf May shevist revolution here. But there olics of this country, however, are 19 to 26. Every penny which is Tli wortdinir nf ,'MIhr .TnHPnhfno raised In thlk campaign will go for "by circumstances fronv is a serious danger of grave dis- precluded sending their children to college of Giunwald and John P. Muckelbauer Louisville's home (welfare needs. orders In Industrial centers. convent, so their personal accounta was quietly solemnized Wednesday Even citizen Is urged to contribute bility for the Catholic training of night In the presence of the Imme- because, not only does humanity deCLOSKLY ALLIKB. diate families and a few close mand that everybody do his share HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY these children can not be shlrkefl. Children who attend the public friends. Tho Tlev. Father Jansen for homo welfare, but also because M The attendants iwere these organizations working togeth great many of the Junior Older schools manifestly need peculiar at- officiated. Tho supernatural being to- Miss Alice Fryer and James I. er prevent spread of poverty, dis A P. A. kindred are avowed tention. and STobacco groyys" tally excluded from their minds dur- Grunwald. Mr. and Mrs. Muckel- ease, vice serve D1VISIOM S. and active Socialists, and It is no ing school hours, it becomes Imper- bauer will be nt homo at 115 Wav- - everyone and crime, and 30war Is in out city. The. secret that the Menace, the ative that at home God and the soul, erly court. over and war appeals havo been. First and third Fridays, Hlberataa Home, 0 Portland. publication 0f the A. P. A.'s, giace and prayer, penance nnd good greatly diminished. Now is the Mr. is carried on with Socialist money. works, sin and death and judgment guests and Msr. B. J. O'Brien's time to tako care of our home servPresident Tim O'Leary. for the Derby "will be Mr. ice needs which havo languished beshould be the subject of frequent Vice President Walter Murphy. Prom the Socialist ranks come tho conversation. Family prayer, the and Mrs. Adolpli Reutllngor, Misses cause of the war appeals, and to do Financial Secretary John Bolshoviki nnd bomb throwers, so Rosary in common, for Instance, can Kmlly Isaacs, ot St. Louis: Cather- our full share for those who need 1850 Portland avenue. pretty well mated corpora- In such cases scarcely be considered ine Malone, Maj. Raymond D. Dil- help right here In our midst. The it is a A, Recording Secretary John a negligible act; and no pains lon, of Detroit: William Dillon, of organizations In the Wolfare League Martin, tion after all A. P. A.'s, Socialists should be spared In forming these Detroit, and Capt. Say Ferris, of serve every color, every race and Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. and Bolshevikis. children to other devotional prac- Kansas' City. (Mr. and Mrs. O'Brien every creed in Louisville. They InSergeant-at-Arin- s Martin Shee- is elementary that their will give a dinner tonight at the clude organizations maintained by han. tices. It parents are strictly bound in conr Louisville Country Club in honor of every religious faith, and also great PUBLIC OAX ltl'TTALTATE. Sentinel Thomas Noone, science to see that they also attend their guests. agejicles rendering Sunday-scholesson with due the e Service. All of these orThe proposed raise in rates of diligence. The wedding of Mlsa Ethel B. ganizations axe endorsed by the DIVISION 4. tho local telephone companies Is noFor Catholic children attending Schad and Major William A. Car- Board of Trade Commute on Charithing but a gougo pure and simple, the public schools, good reading Is roll, V. S. R.. of Chicago, was quiet- ties Endorsement. Meets second and fourth Mondays, and the silly twaddle of the near almost a necessity. Periodicals and ly solemnized May 3jat Holy Cross Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. Tho ceremony was perTltniUTK TO CHAPLAIN. Mayor about tearing up poles, etc., books should be provided for them church. President John J. Barry. as soon as thoy have acquired a formed by the Rev. Celestine Broy. smoke. wlfl have no effect In preventing the taste Vice President Mark J. Ryan. for reading. Catholic litera- The attendants were Miss Elsie When Father Frances P. Duffy, Recording Secretary Lawrence hold-uH the courts do not give ture is now so abundant and cheap Coumey and Major Carroll's broth- chaplain of the 65th Infantry (tho D. Meany. relief then the public can retaliate that there can be no excuse what- er, Lieut. E. J. Carroll, U. S. N. R. old 69th), today makes his flrst enFinancial Secretary Thomas J. ever for failure to provide- it 'New- F., also of Chicago. Major Carroll try, since his return Irom Europe, Langan, 2114 by discontinuing many phones in Hale avenue. ark Monitor. was recently discharged from the Into his home borough of the Bronx Treasurer John F. Burke. residences and business houses that army and received word from Wash lie will find 'quite a different welCome on! Now for a real tobacco treat I Hit Sergeant-at-Arm- s Patrick Con are not absolutely necessary. ington a few days before of his pro come from the one he received when nelly. MUETIJfG OX MONDAY. up your old pipe or take a man's size chew and e motion to Major. After an extend- he first appeared there. The Sentinel M. J. McDermott. The regular monthly board meet- ed trip East Major and Mrs. Carroll will be reviewed by Gov. Smith, sea how this waxy, mellow, old twist warms six: TO OXE. ing of the directors of the "Visita- will be at home at 2442 Wilson ave- Mayor Hylan, Archbishop Hayes, the cockles of your heart The smell of it tion Homo lor Business GlrlB" will nue, Chicago. State City, borough and military offi- congregations, Bronx Lodge of. Elko, r With Great Britain and Its de- be hold Monday afternoon at 2 alone will take you right back for more. Ask of America, Woodmen cials. following organizations Modern The pendencies "given! six votes in tho o'clock, in the library of the homo. COUNTJtT JXXX FESTIVAL have announced that they will Join Schnorer Club, National Polish Alfor War Hawk I At all live merchants I teague of Nations to one (for the As business of importances will be in tne parade, comprising 22,000 liance Common Causo Society, transacted, all jnembers are request Tho Church of St. Denis, on the marchers: The 69thl Infantry. 2 2d Club, Knights of Columbus United States It is easy to under- ed to be present. Guaranteed by Cane Run road, will give a country Engineers, 7th Coast Artlllory, 9th War Workers, Red Cross, Salvation stand whero the league constitution on Wednesday, CMay 21, on Coast Artillery, 7th Infantry, 71st Army, Young Men's Christian Assofestival was drawn. Under tho heading HELPS DOMINICAN OBDER. tho Club House grounds, lor which Infantry. 12th Infantry, 1st Field ciation, N. Y. War Camp Commuthe peoplo of the- congregation are Artillery Motor Machlno 'Gun Bat- nity Service, Young Men's Hebrew "Original members of tho league of IKCORFOKATMD. will of Mrs. Associations. Clason Point Military It tery and nations" appear the following: of By the Haven, Conn.,Mary Lynch, making extensive preparations. largo nal Corps Squadron A, Cavalry; Sig- Academy, $50,000 is is expected to entertain a New Companies. United Span For4ham University, New LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Unit,edStates of America, Belgium, bequeathed to tho Dominican order gathering of ipeola from both tho ish War Veterans, Grand Army of York University, Morris Hlgii Bolivia, Brazil, British empire, Can- In New Haven to bo used to aid city and surrounding country. So- the Republic, Veterans of Foreign School, Evandor Childa High School, spriest-hooBAVARIA. cial games will be provided lor the Wars, Chaplain Duffy Club, Holy Theodore Roosevelt High School, St. tlno's Cadets, Elton Boys' and Girls' ada, Australia, South 'Africa, "New young men students lor the Tho order mainod is in nflornnnn atld nvonlTur. srwl it flan Name (twenty - three 'Anselm's Cadets, St. Ann's Guard, Brigade, United States Boy Scouts, South Wales, India, China, Cuba, charge of Sft Mary's "church in Now country dlnnor wlll be served from churches)societies In 03avarla the Catholics hare a, , Xaighls of Columbus, Boy Scouts' of America, Bronx Mili- men's clubs of various Protestant Ecuador, France, . Haven population of about G,OOO;0OO 4:au to 7:;ju Hebrew organizations from Bronx tary and. Naval Cadets, St. ,Augus- - churches. I SOCIETY. I i ba t i Irish-Americ- an .Couch-Winfre- y ........... ....... .- 30 Boodloe-Kenned- Mr ...... .....a. ot Russell-Sanderso- n Staley-Mashbu- rn ls We Have the Right Location, the Right Men Back of the Company a Small Capitalization. How Can We Lose? $15,000 and " $100 Hpi-n- r, I Burkh r Oil Co, 209HBii JWN chll-die- n, - ut liaeft text-book- s, , No iVar Tax To Be Collected pwm 'The Consumer On (mifcia In Bottles 1 1,-1- ol non-Catho- le The Federal Tax effective May i, 'iqiq, does not ply to (CM;(!$fc IN BOTTLES. Tax on same and we are paying to went into effect February the Government this tax monthly. $15,-00- S Twenty-fo- urth The dealer is not required to make settlement with the Government on such sales, as (cC((Jq$1 in Bottles delivered by us Tax Paid to all customers. r d Jiade where iSm "PSB mud-gutt- er 1818-182- Brod-erlc- k, non-sectari- ol city-wid- 3 SffllH p. - par-od- Val-co- ur - John D. Moore Tobacco Co. , d. I Caccho-Slovakl- a, sas'iviJOHrsr xiex&is ambxojust-9f9fBmf9mmf9f49ff9i9mm9mmmmmBmmmmmm9A Exclusive City Sales Agents For I RACINE TIRES Guaranteed 5,000 Miles INCORPORATED &QTIVERS ILESOFWERVICE "Retreading With 930-93- 2 aC4 A Conscience" Racine Adjustments Composed of Louisville People And Organized Under Laws o Kentucky St ok CHI-RO-PRAC- SJSJSSa'gggt) TOM MOORE, SOUTH THIRD STREET JR. South 703Phones City 2408 TiC Issued Full Paid and Non-Assessab- EXPLAINED le. BY DR. E. Oil lcaso is in the most favorable location in OWSJ.EY COUNTY, whicli is immediately south of the big producing territory of LEE COUNTY. OUR ENGINEER, who has m: king Who's The Derby Winner Q Of Course You Want To Know "., E. C. STIVERS BUT THE BABY AND BUT REPUTATIONS. ain Every Tire Retreaded ' By Us Guaranteed 3,500 Miles axC just located the place to drill the first well, advises us that we have everything in our favor, indicating a big producing oil well. Wo have a small CAPITAL STOCK, only $25,000, more than half has been subscribed. There are no bonds, notes or preferred stock, therefore if we malce a BIG STRIKE the few stockholders who make up' this conservative first organization will make big money. 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. RITA PETROLEUM CO. INCORPORATED 506 REPUBLIC BUILDING E. B. PHONES: Main 1859; City 2190 : Irvan , Walter E. Huffaker DIRECTORS E. M. Morris Waltex S. Adams J. L. Riehm with other physicians allopaths, homeopaths, osteopatha, etc. for they are all trying to accomplish tho same results. If the work of these physicians had been a complete success, Chiropractic could not have come into existence. 'Chiropractic succeeds on Its merits. Nothing but tho good it has accomplished would give It tho great favor It has found. We are not afraid to trust tho future of the science to the judgment of tho people. Our greatest concorn Is to educate the public to the facts of the science as contained in Its success as a health agent. All we ask is a chance to prove our claim thatad- justments will eventuate health In most cases whero other methods have afforded no relief. I assume that tho cause of tho majority of diaeases Is due to impingement on nerves by tho bones of the spine. To prove this assumption right the fact is cited that when tho vertebrae are adjusted to their normal appositions patients recover from their ailments. Tho human brain generates life energy. This mental Impulse flows from the brain through the nerves to all the various organs and part3 of tho body, giving to each and all their life, or power to perform their work. A normal As a doctor of chiropractic, as well as medicine, I have no quarrel .siH WHBtBPIP Take the hint. Compare past performances, repu bwhT& 'tWk mifJ&Mx&mCK tation and records. After Ithe race is run don't say like others, "I told you so." for a fortune or a race for your patronage the end is eventually decided, in the same way. Now we have show what we can do in past performances and our record is clean that's why we're the public's choice. BKSSbIPIII It's a foregone conclusion in a race mwm fiowVfeuxrentS to all parts means perfect "health. An Imperfect flow of currents to any part means weakness and disease In that part. In "order that these currents may be normal tho nerves must be free from even tho slighter pressure. To avoid pressure on these highly sensitive nerves the joints of the spine muqt be kept in perfect alignment. These are principles contained in tho science of Chiropractic. I say this the Chiropractic! is all that is claimed for it by Its conservative advocates. That it Is beyond comparison more successful thnn anv system of drug treatment, and in the hands of competent practitioners many surgical operations aro entirely needless. That many cases hopelessly incurable by medicine or surgery aro brought back to health by Chiropractic. That as a preventive of disease It Is without a rival. That its foundation princi ples are absolutely correct and in no wise out of harmony with proven anntomy. In speaking of Chiropractic I re fer to its practice in tho hands of competent men. Unfortunately It has been exploited by cheap men and schools and correspondence courses and large numbers of that kind of chiropractors have been sent out to misrepresent the science. But you can say, tha.ttof any system. "THE IlEST EWH," SAID THE AVAU CHIEF. That "because oTtlre"iuTnil(int sucSecretary of War Baker, dur lng a recent visit to tho hospital at Camp Custer, Battle Creek, Mich., cess of many of its thoroughly comlunched with two wounded doughb oys there. He ato the regular fare served up to the wounded men petent practitioners, it has been and seemed to enjoy the Informal lu ncheon. Tho Secretary is hero shown at tho table taking his ration of made the prey of cupidity and Ignorance, but this has nothing to do bread as the iilato Is passed. with tho thing itself. YOUTHFUIi AltMY OFFICEKS. the distribution of surplus and UNAPPRECIATED. ought to 'bo considered. Offico nours 10-- 1 and Alexander the Great was a celeTho American public has not yet M. E. KING, M. D., COMING SOCIAL. brated soldier at twenty. realized what tremendous feats of and "Washington was a Major before by American CHIROPR ACTOR. Plans already completed for the arms were performed weeks of the in the last he was twenty. Office, 510 Starks Building. social party to be held In St. Will- soldiers Kitchener at twenty was lighting iam's Hall, Thirteenth and Oak, on war, nor the ihugo share which they Offico Phone, City 262. bore in tho overwhelming of Ger (Franco-Pru- s tho afternoon and evening of May many. Mgr. for tho French in the Residence Phones Shawnee 211; 'P. 20, are a guarantee that St. Will- was chaplain John the Chidwlck.who sian war. 783-of old battleship iam's congregation will maintain its Maine, declared in his sermon re- West Tho Duke of Wellington was an Louisville, Ky. reputation for offering tho highest cently at St. Peter's church, New Ensign at eighteen. grade of entertainment. Those who York. Tho servico was arranged Grant was a Lieutenant at twenty-o- have been doing actlvo committee RECEIVES PALLIUM. ne. for by the Surveyor's Customs Welwork are Mesdames Farragut was an Ensign at .Enos Hickman, P. J. J. A. Edelen, fare Association, and a high mass Liston, L. S. was celobrated for the safe return His Grace the Most Rev. Archtwelve. E. J. B. J. Pfis-te'Napoleon was a Lieutenant at O'Hara, (Frank O'Hearn, Misses Mar- r of soldiers now abroad, and for bishop Patrick Hayes was Inveated and Shrader; those who gave their lives for the with the pallium on Thursday at St. seventeen. garet Coleman, Louise Lafayette was a Major General in ino Gibncy, Augusta Curran, Paul- country's cause. Chidwlck Hollenkamp, said that tho Allies Mgr. in distress Patrick's Cathedral, Now York. His Excellency Archbl3hop Bonzano, as were tho American army at twenty. Agnes Huber, Lonie Miller and when the great tho representative of the Commodoro Stephen Decatur Itedman. Immediately follow- and despair suddenly pouredAmeri- er, placed tho pallium Holy Fathcan force upon the "My country, right or wrong" en- ing the afternoon games Into luncheon France now Archbishop in tered the navy at nineteen. will bo served to all who wish to re stoppingand played a mighty part in shoulders of the one of .the greatest the advancing Germans, the presence of James Lawrence "Never give up evening's the ship" entered tho service at main for the customary entertain turning them .bade and finally crush- gatherings ever assembled in this ment. Tho attractive ing them. country. The three Cardinals of tho sixteen. awards, Including gold pieces, will "The American soldiers," ho said, United States and Canada had been One of the greatest of Napoleon's be made. "have not yet received proper credit invited, as also tho entire body of marshals, Berthier, entered military for what they accomplished." tho American hierarchy. Several afservice at thirteen. BUHICBUItNETT OIL CO. fairs were planned to honor the Murat, who rose from a stable Tho latest reports from the PeoArchbishop on the occasion of his boy to be King of Naples, was a WILL WORK WELL. ple's Stock Exchange at Wichita investiture with the pallium. The chasseur at twenty. Massena, the son of a tanner, en- Falls show a rapid advancement In The Knights of Columbua aro Catholic Club gave a reception in th'e market for making an Innovation in his honor at the Central tered French service at seventeen, stocks and state that and Napoleon later considered him tho past few weeks has been so Having found over 20,000 Jobs lor Park South, and tho Knights of spectacular that its like has never as the greatest of all generals. also honored tho new men, with tho unemploy- Columbus Of Washington's Generals, Mont- been known in Wichita Falls or ment situation still far from reliev- Archbishop. gomery entered the army at eight- elsewhere. Never has stock moved ed, tho Knights aro going to capiThe pallium was brought to this een, Gates before he was twenty, up so rapidly, and as an illustration talize the vim and resourcefulness country by the Right Rev. Monslg- Hamilton at nineteen was Captain of this fact, Burk Waggoner, which acquired by the men who have serv npr Charles A. O'Hern, rector of the Mgr. of Artillery. "Light Horse" Harry about two weeks since was selling ed In tho army, navy and marines American College in Rome. Lee was Captain at nineteen, Gen- at par, has moved up until $2,000 by selecting 100 discharged servico O'Hern also brought tho pallium for eral Knox enlisted at eighteen, Clin has been bid a share. Everybody is men to find Jobs for other servico Archbishop Dougherty, of Philadelton was but twenty when ho was a eager to buy and no one wishes to men. These men will all phia, who was Invested with it on sell and instead of this territory be- bo .placed on the K. of C, pay roll. Tuesday. captain fighting at Frontenac. ing a thing of tho past as waB pre- Each will receive ?4 per 'day while At the lato consistory palllums dicted at Denver and other markets, hunting Jobs for his comrades, and wero postulated for tho Archbishops MANAGING KAILROADS. it is opening the greatest oil pool should the hunter run to earth a of New York, .Philadelphia, St. Paul ever Tho experience of the United Texas. discovered In tho State of Job he likes he will be free to keep and Santa !Fe; also for the Archit, and his placo in the battalion of bishop of Tuam, Ireland. States in the management of the Thrift number 2 has forty acres Job hunters will be filled by another to have In the southeast, railroads does not seem of block recruit selected by tho Knights. The OPEN STJORE NUMBER TWO. convinced the public of the desira- 83, have drilled In their well and Knights are going to put this jplan bility of continuing the experiment, are letting It shoot over the top of into e float so that tho servico men An establishment that is adding at least tho present Director Gen- the derrick. The Immediate pur may be given an opportunity to namo and fame, to the old West End eral wants to turn tho roads back chase of this stock is recommended present 'their arguments at first Is Hambly Brothers' Shoe Store, lo to private management as soon as for from a little over par sales have hand to employers. and Portland Tho men will cated at Twenty-sixt-h practicable. Ho would permit a gono up to $050, and aro still ris- visit all largo concerns, Industrial avenue and Eighteenth and ing. Tho old quarters of Hambly much larger consolidation of tho plants, 'Business omces, etc., in a A new company, tho M. and P. flying attack for Jobs, and df their Brothers having become too narrow line3 than existed before the war, Company, started selling effort proves successful in locating for their growing trade, they will allowing for a dozen or so strong Burk Oil competing groupa In tho entire coun- stock at $200, which leaped to ?5G0. Jobs for a large number of men in have a grand opening of their now acres New York they will be lven an op- store Saturday, when the most try, It is of interest to recall that This company has twenty-fiv- e the biographer of the late J. J. Hill in block 818 south and west of the portunity to try their experience in beautiful and stylish spring footIt is reported they other targe cities. Peter W. Col wear of the latest styles and lasts reports that great railroad builder Parker well. are pi Imrboring a similar solution of greatnow settling their casing and lins, late Government industrial ex- will be shown to the public at results are expected shortly. pert, who (ha been appointed Direc prices to suit the smallest purse. Um transportation problem, with regard to earnings, the new Director Mr. E. G. Ludtke, who has spent a tor General of K. of C employment This enterprising firm will show the General would 'guarantee a mini- lifetime in the oil fields and in a. land reconstruction work, will hve public their modern facilities for AUing shoes. Thia la one of the mum return to the ahareholders and noted expert, is in charge herewith cnarge ui wie cnuseu auu, 201 Urban building, where iBraur that is boopttaff fcutinew in the pubHa. Hpwvvtt, in tb nnwr office attoe pleased to furnish any era upon which we an entering, he will One of Mie utiartest milliner I the Wect End and Is receiving the labor K likely to be considered In Information desired. um painted ribbdrw on oport hte, (patronase that it so Justly deaervM. a 4-- 7. A. El-no- ra g. CPALDINr Cleaners and Dyers VJI WE WASH EVERYTHING WE CLEAN EVERYTHING CityJ1887 PHONES-M- 1887 49.50 COMFORT wiring six rooms for CONVENIENCE w $44.25 wiring five for 39.00 wiring rooms for rooms four $54.75 SAFETY for wiring seven rooms ECONOMY Other Size Houses in Proportion These prices do not include fixtures and lamps, but they can be secured at proportionately low prices. . T, Telephone Main or City 2182 now, or use the coupon. 7 INQUIRY COUPON Louisville Gas & Electric Company Send a man today with full inforhouse-wirin- g mation about your low-cooffer. st club-hous- e, Louisville Gas and Electric Co. . K Incorporated. Name Address 311 West Chestnut Street mzt.VL'wu;vsaizzrrnrrainmasrm one-four- th RUGS AND CARPETS NAPHTHA CLEANED OR SHAMPOOED. Carpets Cut Down to Rug Size. Carpets Rebound, Refringed or Resewed. Let Us Help Lighten Your Heusecleaning. Maga-Bin- e, Swiss Cleaners and Dyers INCORPORATED v OPFICE 617 FOURTH AVE. PLANT PHONES 2207 909-91- 5 S. SIXTH ST. JECBOFXJOJSrsr 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 are the only eafe kind to wear. Correct GLASSES are aa Important as the right medicine and WD make them. Ky., IJRLIII JkJMnB"EXI.CA2&m RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS B Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertiser whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protectour readers by ucceptlng only firms of known responsibility. REPAIRING WELDIN Export Attention On Repairs On All Mokes of Cam SPECIALISTS ON FORD REPAIRING Oculist." OPTICAL COMPANY 018 Fourth Avenue, LouLsvillo, Road Sorvlce. Homo City 8300 i AUTO WELDING & REPAIR GO. Both Phones 2300 With Soup, Coffeo Opposite Alary Anderson. ERNEST SMITH, Prop. 713 SOUTH SEVENTH ST., LOUISVILLE, KY. Dome Fbeaa 2550 JOHN D. ROMMEL CO. 014 South Third St. PISK TIRES ACCESSORIES & CO. Louis A. Broring, 900-90- D. D. S. DENTIST 1 STARKS BUILDING. JOHN B. O'LEAKY NATIONAL HATTERS Home Phone City 1931 TOM TOLAKIS. Prop. 35c 25 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. Quiet, Genteel Service From Buffet Suits Pressed While You Walt. ljuncii to Banquet. Hats Cleaned and Blocked While You Walt Soldiers' Uniforms and MEDLEY HOTEL RESTAURANT, Hats a Specialty. Work Called For C20 W. Market St. and Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, Main 0170. City 5810. Attention and Quality." REGULAR DINNER and Dessert II Headquarters tor fhlTY. AND FARM PROPERTY See ua about anything In real estate We sell, buy and rent. 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. Home Phono City 4464. The. Smoke Or The, Houit "TtJZETVAl' L. m PEOPLE'S PROVIDENT ASSOCIATieB Incorporated Wm Organized by n Citiitai xo uiuca Well-know- THE SIGN OF QUALITY Slghl'd 7411 East 180 KENTUCKY LAUNDRY CO. Incorporated 014-02- . x, o a zr s On Furnltnro SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. KOBERTSOK SAM Loans to those having regular InCONTRACTOR FOR comes or salary, with no publicity or red tape. Loans to housekeepers ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOW an their personal security. F. R. POOLEY, 1815 S. Twenty-sixt- h St Building, Room 1, Courier-JournHome Phone Shawnee 368 415 S. Fourth Street. al THE GREAT QUESTION7 S. and Other Perional Property at LOWEST BATES COLEMAN BUILDING B. COIt. THIRD AND JEFFERSON Both Phones 2888 2 Underbill St. Geo. Dearborn Manager HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the JPast Week General News Notes. Division 4 "will moot next Monday ovening. Division 3 will meet next Friday evening. President Tim O'Learywill lead a delegation of rooters to Shaiwneo PRIEST FIFTY YEARS. years a resident of Chicago, fifty years a priest, founder and only pastor 'Of St. Elizabeth church, Forty-firstreet and South Wabash avenue, is the unusual rec ord of the Right Rev. Mgr. Daniel J. Riordan. On Sunday, May 25, Mgr. Riordan will celebrate the gol den jubilee of Oils ordination, whlcli Archtook place May 22, 1869 bishop Hanna, of San i'ranclsco, who succeeded in tho archdiocese tho late Archbishop P. W. Riordan, a brother of Mr. RlorUan, will preach the jubilee sermon. Father Riordan received the title tff domestic pre late from Pope Benedict on the rec ommendation of Archbishop Munde-leln'l- n Fobruary,191. A peculiar InteresflrttaehSpoSie education of Mgr. RlpfdlSWAtler attending St. Patrick's parish t school, f Chicago; the seminary of Our Lady of the Angels, Niagara Falls, N. Y and the University of St. Mary's of tho Lake, Chicago, he went in 18C3 to Europe. He took a classical course in the Petit Seminaire, Mallnes, and a philosophical and theological course In the American College of the University of Louvaln. He was ordained at Mallnes and then spent one year in study and travel in Germany and Italy. In September the following year, 1870, he returned to Chicago. Mgr. Riordan was Chancellor of the Chicago diocese under Blphop Foley and is now a counsuitor. He is tne nopnew of the late Dr. Dunne, pastor of St, Patrick's, who organized the Nlne tieth Illinois reglment in tho civil war. Mgr. Riordan was born in Kinsale, County Cork, August 6, 1846, and came with his parents to Chicago 1n April, 1848. Seventy-on- e st Bel-glu- KNIGKTS OF COLUMBUS Lato Nowi That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere. The Louisiana State Convention meets in Bogalusa tomorrow. New Albany Council has completed arrangements for tho Initiation of a largo class. Santa Maria Council, at Algiers, near New Orleans, initiated 100 candidates Sunday. Both Phones 2406 A RE DTLIN QE.R Adolpb Rontltnger 0 0. JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED T. E. B08-51- YANN DAIRY COMPANY WM. P. BANNON CONTRACTING PLASTERER FIRE INSURANOJB TORNADO, LIABUilTY AND SOUTH Incorporated. 0 PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET LOUISVILLE SAVINGS AND DEPOSIT BANK Established 1830. LoaUville.Ky. OFFICII OUTFITTKBS STATIONERS PRINTERS SOUTH WENZEL ST. Brook nnd Bloom City 8380 Homo City 2803 REPAIR WORK PLUMBING AND Cumb. S. 1BJ-- T Both Phones 4202 ARTHUR A. WILL "SOUTHERN Morning" STAR" SLICED BACON "All Ready for Your Griddle In the HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. Incorporated DEAD ANIMALS CASH A SPECIALTT FRED HORNUNG, JR. GAS FITTING 712 West Jefferson Street Louisville, Ky. Homo Phone Shawnee 80S HENRY GOSS A. Daly., PRICES PAH) County Financial Secretary James Rooting, Guttering, Spouting litPhone City 721; Tin Roots Repaired and Painted MoTlghe reports the arrival of aConCall Home tle Hibernian at his home. Cumb. Phono Main 721. Asphalt Shingles a Specialty gratulations, "Jim.' 2011 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. Manager Murphy has the strongest line-u- p for tho Hibernian ball IIAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES GLOBE SECURITY & LOAN CO. club we have ever had and should Incorporated. be a pennant contender. All Kinds of Footwear For the Miss Elizabeth T. Doyle, State A. Lazar, Manager. Whole Family Money Advanced on Your Plata Note President, will be a delegate from Rhode Island to the national con312 West Jeircrson airees Two HAMBLY'S Stores San Francisco. vention (Second Floor) Shaw. 1716 20th and Portland. The iLadies' Auxiliary at St. Jos City 2967. City 7164 Homo Phone aoclalmicet- 18th and Mngozlno eph, Park tomorrow. The Ladies' Auxiliary of Rhode Island 4ms been pledged to sub scribe liberally to tho Irish freedom fund. The Hibernian fair at Portland, Ore., was opened with a dinner and an address .by Kev. Fatnor wimam Fourth nnd Central Avenue BUILDER Three Per Cent. Paid on Savlngt 2431 MONTGOMERY STREET Deposits. A General Banking Business Transacted. Home Phone Shawnee 1010 HIGHEST HOME PHONE 88 tWVVVVVWWWVwWWWx.y CDMBBIOAHU aiAir d FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. J. J. BARRETT'S 50NS SSiS Main SW::ret. VVVVVVViVVVVVVVVVVVVVkVVVV a.s-- t Hall witli music, games and refreshments. The annual Irish fair of the Ancient Order at Portland, Ore., will close tonight. Tho decorations were novel and there were special features for each night. PLEASANT IN IRELAND. SACKED HEART LEAGUE. by Tho Intention Tecommended His Holiness Pope Benedict XV. for members of the League of the Sacred Heart during, May Is devotion to Our Lady. The devotion of tho chUrch to Our Lady may bo said to consist of two parts. First we honor Mary, and secanSly ijve have recourse to her intercession. Hence in order to show the reasonableness of this devotion, It is only necessary to provo that Mary is worthy of THOMAS KEENAN ..lUESIfcI DIRECTOR.. City 2360. Main 2360-- T 1529 WEST MARKET STREET The Knights of Columbus are now conducting a club house in Dublin ifor American soldiers who, enjoying a furlough, visit Ireland. If they 'have relations in Ireland soldiers aro allowed fourteen days' leave of absence to visit with them and they usually go to Dublin first, and a K. of C. club house Is greatly appreciated toy them. Tho new club dhck struchouse is a ture at 32 Fltzwllllam street, and twenty beds are at the service of visiting soldiers every night. Cigarettes and other K. of C. creature comforta are always available and visiting doughboys find plenty of entertainment awaiting them there. four-stor- y Many of the soldier boys at Camp K. PFEIFFER Taylor were sorry to see Secretary FRANK A. OHLMANN FLORIST Tom Dolan (Dad) leave tho service. 421 South Thirty-eightStreet Hon. Michael C. Thornton deliv000 East Franklin Street ered an addres Thursday night at Cut Flowers, Plants and Funeral GROCERIES AND FRESH MEATS the meeting of New Albany Coun- Works. cil. Cumb. Main 967-Phono Shawnee S59-The council at Auburn, N. Y Initiating forty new members, unveiled an honor roll with 182 Highland 1033 M. names. JOS. V. SPAMNGER TOBACCONIST WHOLESALE With tho Initiation of seventy-fiv- e candidates the Sioux City GROCERY AND SALOON, FINH. Knights are now nearly 1.000 000 West Alain Street WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS strong. 370 Baxter Avenue Louisville, Ky. Under guidance of K. of C. Secretaries American service men visiting Rome aro taken to St. Peter's Jk. HZ JOHN B. WATHEN and the Vatican. PRACTICAL HATTER FURNITURE MOVER nnd PACKER Phil Sheridan Council, Fremont, Hats Remodeled, Cleaned and WAGON OR VAN Neb., last Sunday initiated a large Dyed. Panama's Blceched. Cleanclass, helping along the million ing and Pressing of Men's Clothing. 2525 West Walnut Street membership campaign. John B. Stetson Hats at Low Prices. PICNIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY Sixty candidates have just receiv520 West Wnhiut Street. Home Phone Shawnee 1986 ed the degrees at St. Joseph. The membership campaign in Missouri has been very sucessful thus far. Correct Glasses Are as Important as the Right Medicine. Impassable roads kept many away from the Initiation at Lawrence, We Make Glasses to Meet the Requirements of Neb., but nevertheless thirty-fou- r new members received tho degrees. ASK ANY Oculists' Prescriptions. OCUI.1ST Epiphany Council at Sioux City appropriated ?5,000 for Victory bonds. This council has purchased $1,000 bonds in each or tho five I3 FOUKTII AVENUE OPP. MARY ANDERSON loans. Chaplain James J. Halllgan, who served with the famous "Lost Battalion," will bo a speaker at tho Knights of Columbus 'banquet Monday In New York. h L. A af-t- or J. BUCKNER -- 13. MORO THE BALL OPTICAL CO. L.-D717-71- . 0 Funeral Director and Embalmcr LOUIS VILLH, E. CHESTNUT BJlX and IRELAND'S FOURTEEN POINTS. 1 i2 ICY 3 4 5 G turers. Ireland as a nation. Ireland for the Irish. Irish comerclal freedom. No more empty harbors. No more penal laws. Freedom for Irish manufac- GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. IS. SMITH,! PROP.J! 7 8 9 Just taxation. right. land. 13 10 IrUh taxes for Irish uses. Self army of occupation. Ireland's One and indivisible. No honor, and that she has tho power and tho inclination to help us. Is Mary worthy of honor? Surely she is worthy of all tho honor given to her by God himseir. He is the infallible Judge of all worthiness; and there is no honor which men can pay to he Blessed Virgin Mary equal to the ihonor which God bestowed upon her, when He elevated her to the dignity of being mother to his son. From this motherhood came not only dignity, hut power. Throned Queen of Heaven, seated at the right hand of her Son and her God, what shall Mary ask and not obtain? What prayer of hers can fall unheeded upon the ears of FRANKFORT. OIEAKTB3K& -- 11 12 for of Ire- more treaties Lim- i Funeral I SOUTHEAST Director Embalmerf erick. 14 Ireland must be free. Irish World. BOTH PHONES 810.' CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. . IDOUGHERIY il '.'. ft Jswflar jiva. rdvv'"r r-v- M! It only remains to ask If, being able, Our Lady is also willing to assist us. Behold the answer: Mary is our Mother. A mother never loses her love for her son. No matter how low a man may fall, ho will always find his another's heart ready to sympathizo with him and help him. Now we have it on the word of tho dying Saviour that Mary is our Mother. "Behold thy Mother!" And what a Mother! Even If an earthly mother could forget her 3on, Mary can no more forget her children than sho can iforget Him who committed them to her tender motherhood. 'Let us pray ifor a true appreciation of her love and an unbounded confidence In her intercession. The first of the many spring wedKENTUCKY LOUISVILIiEl dings that are to take place was LARGEST IN THE SOUTH. that of Miss Lucille Duncan and L. B. Marshal, Jr., which took placo : Thursday afternoon, tho Rev. Father J. F. O'Dwyer, pastor of the HERBERT JENKINS. Sc. tod Tu. Church of tho Good Shepherd, perW. G. RORK, Pruidcnl. forming the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Oakley Walts were the attendVULCANIZING CO. ants, and only the parents of tho INCORPORATED groom witnessed tho marbrldo and riage. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall went GUARANTEED VULCANIZING to Cincinnati for a week, and upon their return will bo with the Office and Workrooms Northeast Corner Seventh and Broadway groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Louisville, Kentucky Home Phono City 2C11 Marshall. The Knights of Columbus enjoyed a banquet after their Installation of officers for the ensuing year, H. J. BANNON, President and Minaier. P. BANMON.'JR., Vice Fret, ixd Treat. which was a delightful affair. It was .given at tho Frankfort Hotel. Guy rJggs was the toastmastor and ii the Rev. 'Father J. F. O'Dwyor, John Donovan, of Ludlow, and John R. Sower responded to toasts. A musiSewer and Calvert Pipe, cal programme .was tendered by Paul Bunnen's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits, Meagher and Bernard Schroff. , Wall Coping-- Drain Tile, Vitrified Brick, Fire Proofing, Flue Lining, Fire Brictt Grate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tep. OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. uuuHruiu'au &JVI XYE:fc I w4tMX WEST BROADWAY P. BANNON PIPE CO. f PHONES CITY WORKS-Tbirtee- atli 373-178- CUMB. MAIN 307, jn.'r n McELLIOTF and 11 e3eeieaeieta8aei(eigi KODAK FILMS Where This Trade Mark Is Exhibited aad B,reelcinrid aad Ninth aad Maftaclia. FOR WOMAN'S EYE. Painted ribbons are being used for belts and sashes. As sure as the coming of summer pongee In some form appears Waistcoats have gained an even greater vogue than was predicted for them in tho early spring. We hear of satin' capes shown at the Paris openings that wore lined with a soft pile fabric like duvetyn. Tho new street skirts,, which have the front and back widths rounded at the heaii and slightly slashed at each seam, have gained a wldo success. Start the Season Right H. tprJHHHPijTTsw 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Leave Your B0SSE&S0N Funeral Maia V Directors BOTH 2998-- a H Embalmed Heme City 2008 ' aUCMWJE&S. Hour Service TelephiMM Funeral Dirccttrs and EmbaJmers. 10 FKHR ATVSG1WM 19M. Trettf X Cumb. 512 S. Second St., Louisville THE VERY BEST Tin t "A H"H"M-H"- MHOll Pbom" m & i - -- . . i CORNSJ3UNIONS hgrewtag aed Ahttraial NaJfc SelertHtoaUr Ner to Yow as tbe Nearest "Wo aro as close to you as your phone." M 'i d FUNERAL FLOWERS A SPKCIA.L SPRAY $3.00 X SPECIAL WREATH $5.00 Jji Dan Tf tlrph Fiow BYrrwl Remember that It is not fashionable to have any skirt hem even. STARK'S NEW METHOD No matter what the method employed, the effect must bo that of an SHOE REPAIR SHOP uneven hem. S. STARK, Proprietor. Vivid soutache 'braiding is used Only the very best material aad this spring. It goes on waistcoats, workmanship. Work highest class of on collars and cuffs, and often at called for and delivered. Our work the hems of skirts. SUCCESSFUL CONTESTANTS. AMERICAN GEOPHONE. and Bervlce will please you. Have you heard of tbe gingham Left to right: Miss Helen Used for underground listening TRY US. of Toronto, and Mrs D. J. I linings? This Is & nw Um, but nd largely responsible for stopping We give special nd prompt at- Dftlton, of Warsaw, Ind., the In- attar all why woum mot tanam nmy mining and countermining work. TJiey were tention to diana make as eood a fflindn for a sum- operations. Tnlrty per cent, more i&tta or peau edicintv than any other instrument at the Pinehurge tmpshoot-taf- f mer cape or coat Home PhoneClty 381; Main lftfle-tournaowat. , de cygne or chiffon. of he aaone type, 045 B. Fourth St LtHttaWlie, Ky. Good-erhaout-of-to-eha-mptoeuc-oeMf- ui USE US. EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS lSfl. fflfv W Dr. Uri.h Z. Lftsiy Cbirspedlat ,?3t3av. lEMlBaaaaaaai ,iiaWaaaaa1Bina '"'maaafc 507 Itarlta Bailala. Beta Pfce?a? National Roofing Supply Company 11 and CLEVELAND MOTORCYCLE For messengers, collectors, buslnwe men, clerks, workmen, meekaales and farmers; cash or weekly pay-m-nt- Y Incorporated PItcli, Coal Tar, Tarren Felta, Graved ItooAng (A Specialty). W. Main PlKHMM a. City 1SUM; Mala lMe-- Y a. W, Corner Seveertk aad Broadway R. L. DAVIS, Af et, I JBCErXJOKY IfcIKC $ MJ&JEfcXOAJST. HELPING THE WOUNDED. Big Profits in Kcnmar Mail This Today THE McMAIIOTrfcOMPANY, Incorporated Bldg., n G05 Inter-Souther- 4$4HOtWMMMM STATE CAMPAIGN OPENS. BECAUSE: (1) Kenmar already has 36 leases, comprising 1642 acres in Warren, Allen and Barren Counties. Louisville, Ivy. Gentlemen: Herewith my check for $ shares ....for Kcnmar at sixty cents. of Address Name .. ' (2) Kenmar already has are being pumped and 6 are being equipped for pumping. One of these latter, just recently brought in, is estimated to be a 100 barrel well it i3 on a lease just adjoining the J. R. Johnson farm. 12 wells. Of these 6 The State political campaign lias In their war work overseas the opened with a rush as far as the Knights of Columbus have rjgidly Democrats are considered and the followed the rule of employing men FUNERAL DIRECTOR candidates for Governor are busy to do the work requiring physical 's with the openings. Lieut. Col. stamina and of employing women to speech was the first and look after their office details. Over 2114 WEST MARKET STREET created some comment as he showed In Parts tho Knights have one of the rs that he is a forcible fighter and his niost competent corps of Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland arraignment of Morrow, the Repubin any American office overseas. West 1107a. lican machine candidate for Gov- These girls are experienced stenogernor, jnado quite an impression. raphers, many of them having reThe opinion generally among Dem- linquished responsible positions as ocrats is that Col. Dcnhard is unfor- secretaries to tho executives of la-tunate in allowing his campaign to concerns In order to do their bit be handled by men who have been overseas. As the Knights of Columbus overfound in the past playing to the That Milan hat from laBt sumRepublican end It defeated In a seas organization comprises a thoumer needs attention. Bring it to Democratic contest. These Denhard sand workers and the" handling of ua and we will clean, dye and Den-hardgirl-workego JOHN B. RATTERMAN H if if ill if PTTVV til J.. N SMOKE :;TARPY'S :: LADIES Lady Dash 10c Little A. J. 5c 1 Best Cigars tt Made A if. JL li tfi iti Ji if i if .frf promoters have chances for success the-mang- er t THE McMAJION 005 Louisville, Gentlemen: Inter-Southern Or Mail This COMPANY, (Incorporated) Ky. Bldg., ' (3) Two drills are steadily at work. 'One is down feet on the lease where the 100 barrel well wis brought in. 130 "queered" his their doc-in- pdllcy, which they have pursued the past few months, by announcing in their hotel conferences that Messrs. Black, Cherry. Carroll, Rhea or no one else not acceptable to them could win in toy (4) Kenmar's authorized capitalization is $500,000 Without obligation on my part please send mo further information regarding Kenmar. Name Address - with no bonus or promotion stock and no preferred stock. Par value of shares is $1.00 each, fully paid and e. h (5) Kenmar is under the direction of men cessful in big business. suc- realize its Wo welcome investigation of this company. Wc want you tohow safe and secure we want you to see for yourself fni- - handsome profits fa not much stock to he had in the Kenmar Oil Company ?ou i The price has steadily advanced with every development of the this price company evey up-..;- ;. Limited Amount of Stock at 60c. fully ad OLD MAN HARRIS his Editor, has made scores of 600 readers from 50 per cent, to nave on investments, who ier cent, his "tips" on what to bur followed and when to sell, In oil and mining, He stocks, during past year. game.knows All "Who's Who" In the oil confidential. information strictly Kentucky Oil Year's subscription to Journal ?2. (Free with each new subscription a beautiful map of Kentucky oil fields an artist s Idea State, of an airplane view of the Writo worth ?5; 14x22 inches.) pages, for free sample copy 16 2 Illustrated. building, Louisville, Ky. 411-41Inter-Southern fW The McMaon Company INCORPORATED INTER-SOUTHERN hco. S&SOa Or Write that the Courier-Journand Times will support Denhard and the attacks of these two papers on Senator-eleStanley and the State Democratic administra tion will hurt more than help his chances. Posing as Democratic papers, these two have given much prominence to Hert and the Republicans the past several months and are noticeably deficient in criticis ing the present local Republican "re form" administration, which has furnished more police and other scandals than any other four or five local administrations combined When forced to criticise Smith's ad ministration both Doners have closed that criticism with a bouquet of praise, tne grand .Jury failed to indict Captain Guelda for alleged attempt to hold up taxlcab drivers tho Times construed it to read that tho whole police department was all al ct November. It la believed ngnt. GENERAL BROKERS 605 BLDG., LOUISVILLE, Ky. BASEBALL SUNDAY 3:15 P. M. BECENT DEATHS. Monday night Death's call came to Patrick Lally, .beloved son of John and Mary Lally at the family residence, 722 Franklin street. The sad news spread quickly and spread gloom In the neighborhood. The funeral was held Wednesday morning from St. Michael's church. Mrs. Anna 'Marie Stuber, widow of N. J. Stuber and one of the oldest members of St. Anthony's church, died Tuesday at her home, 4537 West Market stTeet. Mrs. Stuber is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Leo Klarer and Mrs. L. T. Kallbrler, and one son, J. J. Stuber. Funeral services were faeld Thursday -- Democratic iranks everything points to success in November and all agree that Lieut. Gov. Black, Thomas S Rhea,Col. P. J. Noel or Judge John D. Carroll will novo no itmuhln in defeating Morrow, and as tho public Degina to realize the dictatorial meth ods of the Republican bosses and d tho ticket tho indepen dent voto ana tho old line Republi cans believe in fair play will sup port the Democratic nominees. hand-picke- Outside of this small deficiency in TERRIBLE ACCIDENT. Half a ton vemtllatlnff window crashed seventy-fiv- e feet from the roof of the St. Mary's Cathedral at N. J., last Sunday Twelve Trenton. hundred women fvvere present One woman was killed dnSGfirUy, eight were Injured seriously and more than a score were slightly hurt Vincentinn Fathers of German-towwere conducting tho service. Campbell, Michael usher at St. Mary's, was- opening the window to allow air to enter tho house of worship when the window and its sash crashed dawn upon the worshippers. Miss Mary Kennedy, forty years old. No. 136 Chancery street, was killed. Tho injured included the following: Mtes Margaret Clark, No 217 Bellevue avenue; MIsg Km! t; ly Maxwell, No. 217 Bellevue Mrs. Mary Mnher, No 338 Spring street! Miss Catherine Kelly, No. 14 S North Clinton ayenue Mrs. Bridget McQuade, No. 132 Academy street; Miss May McElroy, No. 230 Spring street; Miu Herbert Coombs. Brunswick avenue, and airs. Frank McGulgan, No. 123 Chancery street. Another score of women wore injured They were taken to their homes Just as the priests were Mr. about to begin the service, Campbell decided he would open a window. As ho pulled the wiic attached for this purpose, tho window and Its surroundings crashed f. from the The priests and anany of the uninjured gave as sistance to the Injured. -- millions or dollars' worth of eupplies and orders to and reports fiom zone directors supervising 250 Knights or Columbus establishments In France, Italy, England, Scotland, Belgium and Germany, the Immense amount of routine work It necessi tates can readily be imagined. Con ditions on, the other Bido demand elaborate clerical work in connection with tho routing of nersonnel. This Is nil attended to by the Knights of Columbus women workers. In their spare tlmo they help to cheer up tne wounded men in the hospitals of Paris, London and other nlaces. It was while visiting hospitals that one of the girls, struck by the help lessness ot some or the wounded men, suggested to Chairman William J. Mulligan, of the Knights of Co lumbus War Activities Committee, that it would be a good thing to take letters from tho men who wero unable to write themselves. Mr. Mulligan at once encouraged the suggestion, with the result that many a homo In this country that might otherwise receive only a per functionary notice of a soldier's progress now has a neatly type written letter from the wounded man and the satisfaction of knowing tliat he was probably chewing or enjoying a good Knights of Co lumbus smoke as ho dictated tho letter. The Knights are very solicitous for the care of their women workers, cozy quarters being obtained for every girl overseas. Indicating the phenomenal growth in mombership oi tne Knignts ot Columbus, due perhaps 'to their war relief activities,' It is announced that in Detroit. Mich., thirty days ago, the meniberb numbered three thousand. Today (here are six thousand membeis of the Knights there. APOSTU: OF THE NORTH. reshape It to look like new. This Is the only place In the city that knows how to do ladies' hats. We havo all modern machinery and can do tho best of work. Forty years In business Is our guarantee. Falls City Straw Works 713 "WEST JETrSRSOK STREET Worth S!d 1 The Best Bug and Roach Killer on the market, because wo guarantee It to kill or no pay. LOUISTOLLU OHE3IIOAL CO. If You Are an Employer And Need a Girl Worker, OR 108 South Third Avenue Alain 1805 City 8222 If You Are a Girl 2ain 3359 Worker City 3359 And Need a Position The Influenza Makes Eyes Weak. I make a specialty of fitting glasses to these cases and hare had wonderful success. Call and see me before It goes too far. E. P. SMITH, Optometrist, with C. M. WISEMAN & SON, 320 West Market street. CALL US Womin's Activities, National i&7 Catholic War Council Soatk Fo'artlt St. East Side Fourth, Near Broadway CAMILLE DETERT, Employment Bureau. i k ji CONFIRMATION! PICTURES We are civinc special at- tention to Confirmation and First Communion Pictures, at special prices. FISH FULL SUPPLY ALL KINDS t t INDIANAPOLIS vs. LOUISVILLE Reserved and Box Sent at Lee Lewis'. Vonrth and Market n - Bishop Crimont, ot Alaska, is now in the Eastern part of tho country seeking aid In building up the church in thnt far-osection Alaska Is not a foreign land, but a part of our country Yet it is so far removed from most of us that it Is apt to be overlooked and its needs fotgotten. Bishop Climont has only twenty priests for a region twelve times as large as the Slate of New York. To provide for the religious wants of this great territory would tax the Ingenuity and zeal or a great ff OYSTERS. RIVER FISH AND SHRIMP SMOKED FISH Both Phones 2616 New York Studio L. F. GAJDDIE, Prop'r. 311 S. THIRD ST. CHI-RO-PRAC-TIC MEN'S BLACK OR TAN WORKSHOES $3.50 to. $600 Theie ihoe are world peatery they look well and they designed bang of ervloe. They are they ren-dand hunt for aerrtce and that service. EIGHTEENTH Out of the High-ReAHD nt er MS) l(5Mi" emsens I J morning at St. Anthony's church. Frank A. Bos'se, fifty years old and well known in German Catholic business and social circles and long In the hat trade on Market street, passed peacefully away Monday night at his residence, 614 Fear avenue, leaving five sisters and a legion of (friends who mourn his Hia funeral death. took place Thursday morning from St. Boniface g church, of which he was a member. life-lon- ave-nu- SPALDING SHOE CO. MAPZ.E MEAN GOODBYE District Screen TO MR. FLY OPEN 3JVEOTNOB with Sow's Screens. Incorporated, MARKET. nOTH PHONES. DOW WIRE & IRON WORKS 117 VV. DR. JOHN P. BECKER OPTOMETRIST, SPECIALIST IN FITTING GLASSES THE LOUISVILLE-OL- D IN HOTEL mass. The death on Monday morning of Mary Cunniff, widow of the late Patrick Cunniff, at her home, 1126 Roger street, lemoves from St. John's church one of its most faithful members, and from her family and friends one who found her an exemplar of the real Christian woman. Her funeral was hold Wednesday morning, Rev. Father Schuh-man- n celebrating the requiem high Mrs. soml-roo- JAPAN Twenty Yeart' Experience. Prices Reasonable. 315 Stark Building. Third Floor Fourth and Walnut. Phone City 1180. Fresh Ohio River Fish RECEIVER- DAILY OHIO RIVER - A SPECIALTY. Segal ail & Boyer Fish Co. Jeftei-M- East Street. Home City 1061. TRY k 1SJllfMLrrMM--- i T4J lmm, WCNRVC. HO pur ir ?"rw ATlAllll-- r - m t- V- ONtY wmr Has secured the DeMar Quintet, of IS AVAR OVER? Chicago, lor a short engagement, and 'will open with them on Monday Many of tho men coming back evening at C o'clock. Special Table from France have a suspicion that d'Hote Dinners and After-theatthe war is not over. "You can never Suppers "will be served. trust a boohe," they say and shake their heads. "Why don't something happen to the Kaiser? He never NEWPORT. handled anyono wiithi kid gloves nor One of the iprettiest of the New- spared them any torture ho could Why doesn't ho and other port June weddings will ,bo that of inflict Miss Edwlna Crawley, daughter of German loaders sign the peace artiMrs. Ellen Crawley, of East Third cles and help to settle as rapidly as a difficulty street, and Fred Harmeyer, of that possible, entanglement that seems to grow in every minute. city, which will be celebrated WedIf an army is not nesday morning, June 4, with nup- Foch says Rhino that Germany kept along tial mass at the Church of the Im- break the word and renew the will war her maculate Conception. in a few years. Wo havo had ample ovldence of how little Germany COUNTESS' MEMQIILVL, cares for her honor; she is empire mad. We also know, no matter The will of the late Papal Count- how much e hate the truth of It. ess Annie Leary, It has been learn- that Germany's working people are ed, benueaths $200,000 to Arch- thrifty and efficient They have bishop Hayes to build a sacristy for great inventive power and in tho St. Patrick's Cathedral, In which point of dyes alone wo can easily there shall bo a vault to hold her appreciate how futile has been our body and those of her father, moth- efforts to make tho lasting dyes that er and three brothers now entombed we once imported from Germany. elsewhere. The residuary estate, Even tho dying of Easter eggs fell the amount of which is "not made off this year because of the absence public, is divided among Ave nieces. Of Paas dyes, an old standby for Easter coloring eggs that ceased being sold here when war was declarWILLIAM HOLLRA1L ed. When we appreciate the truth years of saving and working as on r wealth William Hollrah, forty-eigold, died Wednesday morning at his rolls up; of Inventing our necessities home, 1816 East Market street, of ourselves and living as poor people dropsy. He had been sick for the live, on a simplo and restricted diet find last two months. Besides his wife then wo will go we are living inon overlapping our he is survived by his aged father deed. If we our and mother, two sisters, Mrs. Anton bodies with 'fat luxury, using from Hoffman and Mrs. Peter Fetter, all money to buy rich delicacies of New Albany. The funeral was loreign countries, we may sooner or held Friday morning from St. later find that Germany has grown more powerful instead of being conMary's church. quered and is threatening us, hav-- r ing profited by her adversity and WILSON'S 3B3SSAGE. grown stronger. er ht 1 They work like a charm. Every box sold to satisfy or your money refunded. For Sale by Your Druggist packages. in 25-cent first message to the next Congress to the United States for reading before the joint session, it wag learned Thursday. This, which will he his message on tho state .of the Union, will recommend early passage of the appropriation bills, and is expected to contain the Presi- President Wilson will cable his RECEIVED DECORATIONS. Burke honorary Col. Kathleen Colonel of the 138th Field Artillery, A. MESSENGER SERVICE tickets, reliable brths, mMsengera lor all kinds of personal City mod private wIb8. Pae 4414. tickets, (DAY OR NIGHT.) SOUTH ITFTn STREET. 609 We purchase and deliver theater luchs, railroad and ete. Prompt by tho Allied Powers than any other woman who, took part In the world war. at Verdun, Site was woundod dent's recommndatlons for proper gassed at Valenciennes, and sixteen iov telephone and tele times ifaced sinking1 by sumbarlne to remuneration graph companies taKen over oy me oross to America and raise funds Government during the war emerg- for hospital work. ency In preparing hia document She was the only woman pertho President will ,advise with Sec- mitted to visit the British front lines by cable in action. She was the first woman retaries Baker and Daniels as to their needs. Ho is alreahy In to enter Verdun during the siege. todch with Secretary of the Treas- At Ypres and Vimy Ridge and Cam-brury Glass. Tho peace treaty mes and Doual she! was first sage will come lator, and probably And she Taised more than will be delivered to a joint session for works of mercy during by the President la !persoa.the war. - E.F. was granted more medals al 00 Italy seems to bo definitely out of the peace conference, though it is expected that eventually 'that nation will become a party to the peace treaty. There is a strong possibility that Japan may join Italy in withdrawing from the conference, as Japan Is expected to Insist upon retaining the Shantung penlnusla in China. It is bow felt that Great Britain will not support Japan on Iho Shantung claim m tho face of President Wilson's opposition to all secret treaties. That will dispel Japanese illusions regarding - the British Alliance One of tho principal reasons why Great Britain espouses the league Of nations is to rid itself of all ST. JOSEPH. alliances which the Japanese .entente has proven to be. the Wiwlnotflnv wn pulphlritprl Canada nor Australia wishes M)lemnlty of St. Joseph, th feast to Jirpetuate the ortilpli ivna fnrmprrlv celMnated Under alliance, and England realizes fur- the title of the Patronage of St thermore that America views the Joseph. it is uesigneu iy ine agreement in the same hsrht It church as a solemn exprewlon of therefore behooves Great Britain to gratitude to St. Joseph, the piote-to- r rid itself of its ally with as little of the faithful, the refuge and suptrouble as possible. port of all who invoke him with Ono thing deters Great Britain nnnflilonn Thnnjrll f1fvnt.Inn ot St discharging the Joseph Is based on the Gospel, it from summarily Nipponese, and that Isi a fear that was not ooveiopeu in me eany ages lapan may Immediately form an en nf the church Divine Providence tente with Germany and Russia, hod annm lilililaii rr!innti wliiril de thus forming a new eastern neril. ferred a proper appreciation of him However, Great Britain would pre- wno una Deen cuiieu iu inw au im fer to lose Japanese support than portant a part in the mystery 01 me to imperil Amorican relations and nmmnHnn Not until the ffteentll cause discontent In Canada and Aus- century did the Latin church begin tralia. mo public honor to sst josepn The recent Japanese discussion in holy solitaries of Mount Carmel among American ivVin worn ilnvntort tn IllO lOVO Of Paris has renewed army officers theie 'interest in a Mary, readily grasped the connec war, and posslblo American-Japanes- e ;nouiu exist ueinwu statements arc being freely made tion tnat honor paid to tho Mother of God occur within nnii flint wflilch Is due to her virginal that tho next war will ten years between. Japan and the spouse. The words of St. Teresa United States. gave us a clear notion, or me intertreaty cessory power of the Foster Father The secret open dur- or Christ: is expected to bo broken ing the coming year. If Japan "I took for my patron and lord presses the point wand Great Britain tho glorious St. Joseph, and recomsupport it. This will mended myself earnestly to him. I refuses to mark the shattering of the last of uw nitttirriv thnt he rendered me tho secret treaties which the (Presi greater services than I knew how dent wishes smashed before tho to ask for. 1 can not can m nuuu league of nations becomes operative Mm t iinvA ovur jLsked him at any in order that tho league may npt bo time for anything which) ho has not fettered and weakened through the granted, and I am filled with, amazeexistence of various under cover ment when I consider the great fahatii given me vors which God through this bleEsed saint, the danSTREET CLEANING "DEBT." gers from which he hath delivered It looks like good me, hoth of body and eoul. To other spelling bees would prove successful saints our Lord seems to have given In the Republican ranks judging grace to succor men in some special from some of the efforts of that par necessity; but to this glorious saint, ty lately. Morrow's announcements I know by experience, to help us in were put out as a candidate for aHl; and our Lord would have us "Qovencr," and now comes the local understand that, as He was himRepublican Board of Work's with self subject to him npon eurth for their sew street cleaning receptacles St. Joseph having tho title of Father scattered oyer our city on. corner af- and beiag his guardian, could comter corner labeled "Strec '.Cleaning mand him so now la heaven he , ; ,Dert." . performs all hlsi petitions. I have Nei-thei- The Bishop of Alaska makes a Spinal adjustments stirring appeal for help for his large remove tho cause diocese. His words havo the ring Wo of a true apoMlo of Christ. of Disease. quote here a few sentencesConsultation "Yes, build up tne church in Free. A further stage ot Alaska now! development--vtlflc- h la rapidly near- Offrce Hours: ing of tho material resources of 10 to 1; a to G. that vast, wonderful domain, with suddenly population, Phono City 2975. Increased would leave cur holy church far behind, palnfullly struggling for ex W. istence, instead of playing her part as the directing, upbuilding power AUSEiROOKS sho ought to be in tho growth and progress of that great country of the Doctor of North. "Give the church her place, then; endow her with tho means to put n forth those superhuman, activities which are hers' And you 5 STAHKS I1LDG. will see that a new life of moral knowledge. and vigor, spiritual Catholic devotion and perfection will keep pace with the Wonderland of the North. "What Joy. security, and humble Round Trip clvio and economic advancement in pride will bo yours when, at the ON STEAMERS great meeting soon to be, you can look your Maker, Savior, and Judge in the face and say: 'Opus consum- - America Queen City mnvi quod dedlsti mini ut faclam! gav- I have finished the woik Thou At 5 P. M. Every Friday. est me to do. After all, my God, and in spite of all, my little life has been worth while for Thee!'" If any of our readers wish to holD in this great work we shall con AEET THE BOAT TRIPS sider it a privilege to forward their Every Sunday at o a. m. from Third contributions to the Bishop of Alas-w- a and River. who has merited by his zeal the Phone Main or City 141. title of Apostle of the North. - apostle. , Cor. Brook and Market Sts. STRAW HAT CLEANING. Avoid the rush by con sulting lis now. Panama Hat Cleaning and Block taUSBRrn1 Ing- .our specialty,.....,, ., NATIONAX. BAT CLEANINO W0KX3 NOW frTnH FOR IS THE TIME fMmm TT lIlK - 633 Albert Smith, Prop. WEST MARKET STREET Home Phone, City 5161 mvm OHt-02- -Tic Both Fhonea rfssi WiEHIT'JYOOH v. FwvCCrr ' T- Hoth Flionen God-give- IET US KNOW Local and lone distance moving with Furniture, packing' ana motor vans Es shipping. All work guaranteed. timates cneenuuy lunusneu iree uj. charge. A. ARNOLD tc SONS AUCTION' 6 STORAGE CO. 425 $1.35 Cincinnati $1.35 $2 $2 and (Incorporated) Wit Main Street DlRINK o jkpf LADIES ! o L British-Japane- se WARM AIR FURNACES ruftmrr- MAGNETOS STARTERS GENERATORS Itepalrcd By Factory Experts Brushes for all makes of starting and lighting systems. All work guaranteed one year. Automotive Elect. Service Co. 518 South Third Street Phone City 1833. " - Cleaned and Repaired. Lowet Friers. Estimates lre JOIIN A. BKAUN, Jttpolr Department The Williamson Healer Co. Incorporated. HENIIY J. HAUPT, Manager. S12 West Main Street. SKK OUB FIPKLESS rUItNACK. Main 430 Phone City iSI. it British-Japane- se prices. asked others to recommend them Cleaning, dying, reblocking of selves to St. Joicnh. and they, too, know this by experience; and there Ladles' Hats In the latest styles. are many who are now oe late ue vout to him, having had experience of this truth." SEGAL & BOYEK. Bring us your last year's Straw--let us shape it into this year'B latest mode. We are in a position to do tho best of work at reasonable Walnut Straw Works 515 West Walaat St. am Housekeepars who wish tho best and freshest fish In the city, Just taken from the Ohio, should not fail to huy from the Segal & Boyer Fish Company, located at 311 East Jefferson street. Nothing tout tho finest fish to be had Is on sale at this establishment, and Ohio river fish aro famous tho country over. The Segal & Boyer Company makes a specialty of just such fish, and customers who purchase fish from them imay rest assured they are getting the be3l and freshest to be found in tho market, WOMEN JOIX UNIOK. More than 80,000 women office workers havo Joined trade union organizations in America during the Wn yor toys VM9K 112 4aaattaa tkat ior hi. wJH ST. XAVIER'S ,COLLEGE tr. Xroilway, KemlsrUl, ICy. Conducted by ttas X&verlas Brother. Classical, Sclentiflo and Busumm Courses, Preparatory Department, Lam Swimming Pool, Well Equipped OyiaBa Slum. Termi moaeraiai stajamia, tut. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT . NORTON BUILDING Ftirlk . past year. N. W. Ctraer ni JtffcrsM KSEMSff'INCJOK'V XJKtiJBL AASJ&I&1C2AJ& 1 i HERMAN STRAUS v- roimTMAVrnuc SONS MARKET J 8 NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKY CLUB lttlltMltlllltlllIWtllKIWtW NCaPBveO street J We Qive and Redeem Qold Tradlnjr Stamps. i SPRING MEETING ijBACONasgH We Qive and Redeem Surety Coupons. CONFIRMATION SUITS FOR BOYS NORFOLK SUITS OF BLUE SERGE PRICED AT Nineteen Days' Racing, Beginning Derby Day, Saturday, May 10, and Ending With the Kentucky Oaks on Saturday, May 31. , The Great Derby Runs Saturday, May 10 FIRST RACE RUN AT 2:30 P. M. Buy Good Furniture AND MAKE BETTER HOMES SEVEN HIGH CLASS RACES EACH DAY. 1919 Primary Election Aug. 2 1919 I $10.00 75c f $12.00 and Blouses DR. H. E. MECHLING CANDIDATE FOR I White Shirts To Go With Confirmation Suits, 90c Life $1.00 y 5sgj Pjtform-"Go- od r County Commissioner NEW LINES OF WHITE GOODS AND LACES TWIJ CiTV OPENING. J FOR GIRLS' WEAR. ? c. Inter-Southe- rn Insurance Co. d, T JAMES R. DUFFIN, Preside. Louisville, ky. not take an agency for a conservatively managed, medium-Blzeclean, progressive company, whose treatment of agents and policyholders and whose standing nnd courtesies with all of the American Life Insurance Companies give it a position of the very highest rank? Why CAPITAL, RESERVE AND SURPLUS FOR PROTEC TION OF POLICYHOLDERS MORE THAN $4,500,000 Deposit with the State of Kentucky under the Compulsory Deposit Law more than $4,600,000. Excess deposit over all requirements $1,000,000, or 20 per cent, more than the law requires. good, clean agency contracts with renewal commissions, so For an independtnat you may build up a business of your own and haveCompany. permanent income, address the Homo Office of the ent INTER-SOUTHER- N LIFE INSURANCE CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. The Twii City League, the local Catholic baseball league, will open Its season tomorr.ow afternoon, and has arranged opening exercises that will bring a banner crowd to Shawnee Park.- - A band of music from the Metropolitan shows will be on hand to furnish the music and head the parade of ballplayers, who will march from the shelter house to the respective diamonds. President William M. Duffy, has appointed Messrs. Lally, Felthoelter and New-kir-k as umpires for the season, their work of last year ibeing appreciated by the league and spectators alike. The slogan of "clean ball" Is enforced by the umpires, backed by the officials, and this has ben responsible for the popularity and Father Garcsche, S. J., Points Out support of the Twin City., Park the Advantages of Central Commissioners Den Washe'r, Dr. Buildings. George Simpson and Sergeant L. Sherley Cuniff will be the speakers at the respective diamonds and throw the first hall. Tomorrow's schedule Is as follows: Hibernians Should Not Interfere AVlth Parishes vs. X. Alumni, Shawnee Athletic or Enterprises Already on Club vs. Knights of Columbus, and Foot. Mackln Council vs. 'California Athletic Club. The exercises will begin at 2:30 and the games at 3 o'clock. A genuine uinlingnny Miite in the handsome Jacobean period. Trt 1lf1lfVn ill to tf w pu tat a I ,vnvw wtaki w tin flit) llOH fullllhll'n tuifrrntit V v. nifoiMul Ull t,s aav V K1U1I nvnn UHVltAl .Mnikct btreet. Z The suite consists of ten pieces a buffet, a round-to- p table that can be opened to 8 feet in length, a largo china cabinet, serving table, 5 side chairs and one armchair up- suite at a low price. a holstered in tap3try. A very high-grad- e display our East Market-streewindow. J See it onClub PlaninPayment $38.7-1- . t Monthly Payments .$21.00. First 5 in American walnut;" fQLEEN ANNE aBEDROOM SUITE; chiffonier with wood the suite bed, dresser and backs; a beautifully finished suite and high-grad- e In very particular; special price 182.00 Subject to Action of the Democratic Party. Z First Club Plan Pnjment $2.1.(1(1. Monthly Payments $10.00. ADAM PERIOD BEDROOM SUITE; in Imitation mahogany that'. m looks like tho genuine wood; the suite consists of bed, dresser unu cmnoniqr wiwi minor; special price qtiou.uu First Club Plan Payment $19.50. Monthly Payments $14.00. 5 of Most might then be gathered together, In MAHOGANY-FINISSt. ILouis under the auspices H CHIFFOROBE: with hat box and mlrrorTsTze Rev. John J. Glennon. The sessions a single center, each society with 12x16 inches; has five drawers and largo hanging apartment rooms, for which It would (with sliding rack and five coat or suit hangers; special will ho held' on June 23 to 'June 26. its own , price The association was organized at St. pay its proportionate share, and $18.00 each sharing the general facilities Z Louis in 1904. First Club Plan Payment $0.21. Monthly Payments $1.00. of the building. for- bed-rooJust Finally, such a center can be made 2 BROWN FIBRE ROCKER; article;the rocker only a limited or sun porch; a strongly built we have number to serve a thousand uses in promotof them to offer at the special price, each $5.00 ing Catholic sociability by enter.uituwjN jviuiuu luwAiu; 10 maicn tne rocKer; we also nave a tainments and lectures, disseminatlimited number of the chairs to .3ell, while they last, at $5.00 ing information, spreading good litMAHOGANY LIBRARY TABLE; in the William and Mary period; erature and all Cathoshown in polish or dull finish; size 26x42 inches; we also have lic Interests and activities. Here also might be the headquarters of Cathit in golden oak and the Jacobean style; regular price ?25; Question That Ls Receiving Consid- olic paid social workers, health reduced to . . . . , $10.00 nurses and investigators, officials eration by Local Catholic absolutely required nowadays by the Societies. complexities and difficulties of charity work. Hero also strangers might come Into touch with Catholic ac60-ln48-ln- ch S 0 t r BUY ON OUR CLUB PLAN $30 Hi'ninrf Pnnm ftiito $908 .w,... m.iv "...& y7V m i J 2 J X ? Roads and Good Government." j J f 2 A J S X i - m CIVIC CENTER J ? ST. HELENA'S OLUB. WOULD SERVE THOUSAND USES. Shoes For The Kiddies For First Communion and Confirmation. Each year wo carefully plan our requlie-nient- s btockf to meet children's for these events. This year you will find scores of rightly designed shoes which excel In iuality of material and sboemaking. lasting The values are wear nnd freedom from foot torture. two-fol- d White jBisZILPmHH Bid CauVas Backnkia Entertainment Committee promises another very interesting evening to the members of St. Helena's Club on Monday, May 12, at St. Helena's Commercial College, 625 Fourth avenue. Among the several features will bo a special lecture by a Reverend Father of the Order of St. Dominic. Another very interesting feature at the meeting will foe, the close of the membership drive, and all are eagerly waiting for the returns, which are going to more than reach the number ambitioned. Although the valiant Captains refused to give any report at the last meeting, their laughing faces and jesting remarks told more than many words, and all feel certain of a very much increased membership whan the final returns are made. Another anxiously looked for event, which concerns the spiritual welfare of members, will be made known at' the next meeting. We are authorized to say that the director of the annual retreat will he a most eloquent father. The Pas-slonl- st FETE WE PAIX. High and Low Models Priced $3 to $6 9 J " '" I.I II now being centered on the "Fete de Paix," which opens on Tuesday, May 20, and continues three nights. This promises to he the most unique affair in the history of Trinity, and given in commemoration of the homecoming of our soldiers and sailors, should attract many people. Tuesday night will be for the Y. M. I., Wednesday for the Ancient Order of Hibernians, and Wednesday the Knights of Columbus. There will be dancing each evening. OAIIE FOIt THE HOYS. All the activities of Trinity Council, Y. M. I., and they are many, are HARVEY-JELLIC- O (INCORPORATED) COAL CO. QTJJTsHTY S6.50 SERVICE) PER TON. IS GOOD DISTRIBUTORS OF THE High Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coal Place your next order with us. Terms cash. According to plans being carried out by the Lake division headquarters of the American Red Cross, the home service workers are not going to lose sight of our discharged disabled soldiers. When a man is discharged the home service workers are on hand to assist In preparing compensation claims and advise about insurance, Jobs and the training Uncle Sam is anxious to give every disabled man. HOT WATER HEATER EXPERT. OUR LUMBER LUMBER If You Want the Best We Have It. Ss XMJBX Gc. INCORPORATED JONBS CO. BROOK AND A STS. Where the Quick Meal Comes In Where ihe home is brightest ; Where the work lightest; Where the nacal cooked best; Where the range stands Wliere work Is quickly done; Where cooking seems real fun; Where baking gives delight; Where drudge is out of sight the where That's "Quick Meal" cowes in. Seld, Iaatalled and Hifthly R.eeaim.ad J and most reliable method of all, and those who wish to have such heaters Installed in thpir home, offices or public buildings should consult W. M. Cissell at his office, 1845 Date street. Mr. Cissell has hot water heaters with double copper coils at popular prices and satisfac tion always guaranteed. The work on these heaters Is done by experts, quickly and safely, ami at prices that can not be excelled elsewhere. FOKTY HOURS' PRAYER. It ha3 been generally conceded that hot water heating is the best jKHHfiM the test That's where "Quick Meal" comes in. Quick Meal Gas the day after Easter, in St. Columba's church, Thirty-fift- h and MarKet, opening with procession and exposition at the high mass. There will be morning and evening services until the solemn close on Tues day. Father (Maloney, the pastor, will be assisted by priests from other city parishes. EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION. The Forty Hours' devotion begina In the city tdmorrow, tho third Sun GEHER & SON, Ki w. market The sixteenth annual meeting; of the Catholic Educational Assocftioa . of the United States will be held at and that would furnish a headauarters for" their va ried activities. The Rev. Father uarescne, S. J., of St. Louis, who is COLONELS VS. HOOSD3RS. an earnest advocate of Catholic unity, writes the following for the The game today between tho InCatholic press thabarlll he interesting to Catholics in general: dianapolis and Louisville teams has Now that reconstruction is the or- been called off on account of Derby der of the day, it would be timely day, but they will meet again to- to repeat, with great earnestness, monrow, Monday and Tuesday, the suggestion made In the July is- being the last home games these until sue of the Queen's Work for 1916 May 22. The coming around of concerning a Catholic Civic Center, Manager Flaherty's pitching staff to unify and bring together pur been a pleasing surprise to the scattered activities in the cities, and has and It Is conceded that Davis, to form a rallying point and a start- fans, and Friday will be more than Long ing place for enew,WQrks, which hold their own in the Assothe times 'require. In the 'beginning able to company, and many predict of 1916, foreseeing the need of ciation Davis will lead tho such center for our large cities, in that "Dixie" league twirlers. It is a source of particular, we had designs made by wonderment to the Louisville basea prominent firm of architects, who ball followers why Bob Bescher and have erected nearly one hundred Tim Hendrix haven't been grabbed and fifty' buildings of the sort for by the major leagues, as there are the Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. many in the two big and other organizations. They made leagues outfielders not compare with who do detailed drawings for a Catholic these two Louisville stars. Inci Civic Center, showing all the va- dentally one of the best proofs of rious features, which might be exFlaherty's sagacity as a pected in such an edifice, as should Manager is manager that right off be erected in the large centers like the reel he the factHendrix in the placed Chicago or New York. nlnnn ti mnaUlATi onrl ft a n llrnolv Needles.3 to say. the features and ' huter ,e has mor than mado g00(1, sucfi a large tenter would details of not be practical In a smaller place; KENTUCKY DERUY DAY. but those who plan for similar com munities can easily eliminate th All roads will lead to historic features In these complete pianp, Churchill Downs this afternoon and which would not be practical JKn to their locality. The need of s.Aie the Kentucky Derby promises in throng such enterprise will become iftJre bring together the biggest and historic running of and more pressing as time goes on. the long turf stake. Tho town is that rich Hitherto there has been a tendency parts to multiply Bmall centers of Catholic crowded with visitors from all home of the United States, while the activity. Every Catholic society and infolks organization has its own offices, its terest are showing even keener than former years. Under own lodge rooms and meeting management Kentucky the place; and one must go about the racingnew been put on a high plane has whole city to find them all out and got in touch with them. This has and the stockholders and officials of a double disadvantage. It tends to the Kentucky Racing Association the entire have the isolate Catholic activities, because community.confidence aof turf stand-nolFrom is so hard for their officials to it the Derby field Is the best in get In touch with one another; and many years and the oldest turf folit increases immensely the general a field cost of conducting Catholic enter- lower can not rememberequine that brought together such prises, because It multiplies what oughbreds as Vindex, Eternal, thor Billy are called "overhead expenses." uoy, xmn Kelly, One great Civic Center would boyne Regalo, sauor and others. bring all ,the different offices together, give each one the accommodaWINTER WHEAT. tions it needs nnd can pay for, and manage everything on the scale of The April condition of the winter wholesale economy, by having one heating plant, one set of officials, wheat crop over the United States and thus reducing the cost of up- as a whole (99.8 per cent.) is highkeep. Such a Civic Center would er than for any other year since naturally vary with the needs of 1882. On April 1, 1918, the figure the locality. First q all, there was 78.6 per cent.; April l, 1917, might be recreation facilities for 63.4 per cent., and the ten year Catholic young women and Catholic average, 82.3 per cent. Thla very connecyoung men along tho lines of those high condition lor 1919 in 49,000,-00- 0 of features of the Y. W. O. A. and Y. tion with tho large area of a winter acres, gives promise M. C. A., which have attracted so many of our Catholic young folk. wheat crop of 837,000,000 bushels, Again, the diocesan organizations, provided there ls not a later decline is superintendents of schools, direc- in condition. This amountthan the bushels larger tors of charities and such officials could have their offices close to- previous record crop of 1914, and gether in this building. Then, too, 28,4000,000 bushels larger than the such activities as the Catholic Em- crop of 1918. The State of Kansas with an estiployment Agency, the Catholic Free Library, the St. Vincent de Paul and mated winter wheat area of 11,000,-00- 0 acres, reports a condition of 101 other charitable activities will gain greatly by toeing put up in some per cent. Other large winter wheat common center. The national or producing Stales report conditions per cent., ganizations, auch as the Knights of Las followa: 97Missouri 103 OKianoma ner CCnt.. Columbus, the Foresters, tne catn-oll- c KoTirnskn. Knights of America, etc., who 100 per cent., Illinois 101 per cent., Ohio 104 per are now Mattered afcout paying rent Indiana 100 per cent. per cent.' or ocewpyln their own quarters,. cent., Washington 97 utfe nt 152,-000,000 For som time past there has been much talk in Louisville quite favorable to the proposition of a number of Catholic societies for uniting for the erection pf a Catholic Civic Cen- ter for general or to obtain information. gatherings can be held here. In a word, the Catholic Civic Center will 'be a clearing house and exchange for all manner of Catholic Ideas and a meeting ground for Catholic enterprises. The plans which we published were worked out in great detail, and exhibit all the various features, which can be put in such a building. Space will hardly serve to describe them now, but we shall probably republish these plans- for present use. As to the management and financing of the undertaking, a great deal could he said upon this point alone. One should emphasize, however, the fact that such enterprises should neither interfere with the parishes nor with local enterprises already afoot. It will meet a need not now being covered, and will lend and ho a continitself to ual help to get' in touch with strangers and. drifters to the benefit of our parishes and of all local Catholic activities. tivities e City-wid- MEN TRY US TWO-PIEC- E SUITS Three-piece H5f OC5 Cpi.iO suits $1.50 INCORPORATED WE ARE RESPONSIBLE. 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