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Kentucky IRJH 2. - WItKWHITB LIHlt AMERICAN Kvery Driver an Escort. 160 6 bwm Incorporate 111 t ubwita Tuiuk I Tfafaf . Cc Bin 11 ii iKirwwrp VOLUME XLIV.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY JANUARY 10, 1920. " PRICE FIVE CEKTS. CANCERS Closely Allied to Socialist Party Ac cording to Knights of Col tun-bu- s ( 1 - . : a1 atwrwMK.. trr w,'. " 'r?ua,?s '. hhh ' M-- .. r ' jti ' l' ii "X. Jt I Xil ; J ' l" Orator. .Peter W. Collins Finds Anarchistic Doctrine- Spread In All Sections. - Bolshcvikl and Socialists Bitter Encmles of tho Roman Catholic Cliurch. CIHJRCn BULWARK. "CATHOLIC flare of trumpets last year H reporti wre ad- and Petty's com vortlsod as harini iftSUMM a record into the numocr 01 arresie, there were thousands. In. 1 many of the old': lit, but their )19, and the number dwindled misfit aggregatio 9" raotor-n-'t men and conduct "make many arrosta, eei amour the MkMy In our. burglar and hold midst, and of turners qwtfe there- this year only th Vo won- Bolvea Hp are iil i'eieH Issued 1 der there la no and the awful bu work In the rnliwg climax Schott case was t of a Keystone tteMrtnientt The "hick" fire itment filed a flattering 1D18 there being somo real firom then, but report because thero is no 19 Louisville had its lire loss in the history ho city,-- mainly through tho wor! of Incompetent firemen. Among r big and dlsas- trous fires wero Ithe Cottonseed plant, two fires, $600,000; Illl- nois Glass Compa: 'i loss $176,000; two grain olovato firea, loss $275,- 000, and others hat ran up big Police Bureau iseu Mfi'B k. or c ' a Hew Only Paper Printed on Awrl-ca- n Fighting Front Made Its DeWt. -. Fifteen Hundred Copies Frtoied, Paper Making flit" Wit" Oar Troops. . Total KxpeHdlture Involved AiMHUt-c- d to 133 Than ?18'1b0w Money. .. 1 PRINTED ON VARIOUS! FRONTS, standing of tho International Brotherhood ot Electrical Workers, of which he was for eight years tno Secretary; ho was editor of tho Electrical Worker for eight years, was the representative of labor on tho Illinois Industrial Commission, is an honorary organizer of tho American Federation of Labor, was once President of tho Boston Central Labor Union, and during tho war was tho industrial expert for tho United Stages Government whoso PEP slogans Patriotism Encourages Production were posted in workshops from coast to coast. As Director General ot Reconstruction and Employment Service under tho Knights of Columbus he has slnco tho armistice put hundreds of thousands of soldiers and Jobs. Mr. sailors Into worth-whil- o Collins has met in debate all the leading Socialists in Amorlca, except Dobs, to whom he had standing for years an offer of $300 for a debate. In tho - ho campaliTTiariS--riowconductln- g makes a specialty ot seoking out tho places where tho Socialists aro strongest and ot offering to answer from tho public platform any questions they may ask. Ho has addressed millions ot people and answered many thousands of questions. I expressed astonishment at what seemed like an alarmist statement. "I am no alarmist," he said earrespectanestly; "but ble people of this country have not the faintest idea of tho cancer that is spreading in their midst. I myself have been amazed sometimes in Borne quiet Western town or village to discover that it had beon already infected and that tho poison was rapidly spreading through It. There aro 10,000,000 persons who aro reading Socialist nowspapers every week. There aro 250 such papers printed in English and about 125 in foreign languages, and they are all thriving. I havo faced largo audiences In which two out of three of those present wore revolutionaries, and this not only In groat industrial centers but In farming communities and small towns. In centers of manufacturing I havo sometimes had as many as 6,000 at my talk, and of theso almost all were rabid Socialists." "Socialists," I said, "but surely all Socialists are not Bolshevists?" "Thero is no real differences; Bolm law-abidin- g, "Bolshevism is spreading so rap-Idl- y in this country that it is almost impossible to keep pace with it, and It behooves tho American people to wake up quickly to the peril." Tho speaker of this warning was Peter W. Collins, who is probably in a better position than any one else in the United States to know tho extent to which revolutionary Ideas have taken hold of tho people. For ho has for twenty years been engaged In a campaign to stem tho tido of radicalism, and since tho war has been stumping tho country from one end to tho othor, gathering audiences in halls, armories and public squares and answering the questions put to him by tnoso wnom no nua cuuuuugvu. Mr. Collins is a member in good THE LARGEST WATER WHEEL IN THE WORLD IS IN SYRIA. Natives washing wheat at Ham a, Syria. In tho background is tho famous water wheel of Hama, tho largest in tho world. Tho wheel is used for drawing water for irrigation purposes and also for supplying tho town. aro so slncero that they aro glad to go to prison for tneir laun. moy won in Mllwaukeo because for many yeara thoy havo had hundreds ot mnn nml wnmnn illRtrlbutlntr Social lllus-trnt- BINGHAM ist llteraturo, pushing It under tho door of overy houso In tho city every Sunday morning. This Press Given Cold Shoulder by Demhnw wrdl organized thev aro. ocratic Senators at Frank and how earnestly devoted to tholr cause. How can wo ngnt against fort. nnrnlRtnnr fnnntlnnl. imnlacnble cam paign like that, except by tho whole people banded together to fight It. Only thus can wo save tho American Homo Tclcphono "Gougo" Kept Untney wouiu Government whlcn dinner in tho Soviet: the American d:r Cover Tills Week by City family, which thoy call a 'relic of Administration. Uarbarlsm;' tho American home, which thoy call an 'antiquated relic;' tho American State, which they call a 'capitalistic Institution;' only thus can wo save Christianity, Sheriff Ross to Lose Carney Cross, which thoy call a 'colossal imposa Valuable Aid and Political ture' and 'a monster of iniquity.' " Power. IRISH. LOAN WEEK. pa 1 - branchoV-n-'Washingfon- for "Irish Final arrangements wore Loan Week," January completed at tho meeting ot tho State Chairmen . of tho various who --say only ono thing remains necessary to make the people of Ireland happy and tho British Government mad on January 27. That ono thing is work. In a statement made in Now York upon his return from Washington, Chairman Walsh said that his talks with tho various Chairmen led him to expect that the drive will roveal a sentiment in favor ot Irish independenco on tho part of tho American peoplo that will roverborato in tho sacred street. halls of No. 10 Downing "And if tho peoplo in Ireland needed any encouragement," ho said, "they will got It when the drive ii over. But anyono who reads evo what tho British Government to como out of Ireland knows that it is not encouragement thut need sa the peoplo ot Ireland much as tho material assistance necessary to facilitate tho functioning of tho Government they have Tho fund is to b& established." used solely for Ireland's good and Ireland's development and overy dollar scrupulously accounted for to the Dall Elreann. Thomas F. MaGuiro, of tho Louisville Varnish Company, tho Chairman for Kentucky, will soon announce tho arrangements for tho campaign here. 17-23, DEPARTMENT REPORT LACKING T pe-m- its RECOVERED. ft tion," replied Mr. Collins. "Thero aro of courso many persons who Imagine themselves to bo Socialists, but who really aro not, for they don't know what Socialism 13. They aro attracted by some of tho Ideas it advocates and Imagine that theso are tho essence of Socialism whllo In fact they aro only the trimmings, sometimes tho minor incidentals, sometimes just the bait put in to d and land attract tho them in the net of Bolshevism. It amazes such persons as theso to learn from tho writings of tho real leadors of Socialism what are tho principles upon which it is based. Theso principles hitherto preached la an acadomlc way havo at last been put Into action' in Russia, and tho disciples ot real Socialism are eager to put thorn into action in This means revolution. Amorlca. They are tho principles laid down by Karl Marx. Tho greatest living shining Marxian, the orthodox Marxian ot today, la Lonlnp. And It is for Lenino that a great many audiences in America have their loudest cheers. Whilo thoro Is much W of this atheistical questioning, and many savago attacks upon tho Catholic church, which theso Socialists look upon as tholr greatest enemy Victor Berger says tho great conflict of tho future will bo between tho 'black International' (the Catholic church) and the 'red International' (Socialism) you will notice that the greater number Imply hostility to the Government to govern-aaeIn general, but also, and this for us is tho most important, specifically to the American Government and its institutions. "In Milwaukee they havo Just Berger. Why? Because MAY SUCCEED KINO VICTOR. thy. underestimated the hold that It such doctrines had taken upon the Italy is reported that if tho King of abdicates tho throne tho Duke people. I told them ho would win, of Aosta will succeed him as rulor aa they laughed at me. I told The them why be would win, and thoy of the land. son Duke was born In of Prince seriously. 1869. Aid t,tke my 'warning type who In 187eldest father was forAmadeo. a ' time his 3, It ia Men of the-- Berger MniereM, feeeauee they ; King of 8pal, simple-minde- shevism is only Socialism in ac- Joseph Busatb, who camo from Detroit to spend the holidays with his mother, Mrs. Lydia Busath, Bardstown road, has fully recovered from an operation for tonsilltls at St. Anthony's Hospital. JMJW'KiIbMf!? nt ed Kentucky Democrats, and Repub Means as well, aro amzed at tho at- and tltude of tho Courier-Journrimes prior to tho opening of .tho present legislative session, and tho paternal manner in which tho Bingham press has attempted to advlso and dictate to tho Democratic Senators has furnished much gossip. Everyone knows how closely Mr. Bingham, owner of tho Courier-Journand Times, Is allied with A. T. Hort, tho big boss and sojo dictator of tho Republican party in Kontucky. Everyono also knows and Tlme3 that tho Courier-Journknifed tho Democratic ticket all through tho recent campaign, and this can bo verified by questioning any of the Democratic candidates from tho Governor down to constable, or by questioning tho State Chairman or anyone connected with a Democratic headquarters in any Tho perfidy of the Bingsection. ham press is State-wid- e and is only, equalled by tho gall and nerve now displayed In attempting to tako charge of the Senators, who aro men of standing not only in the Democratic party, but men who one would Dot expect to fall for tho Bingham press dictation. If they had it would havo marked the first step in turning tho Democratic party over to Boss Hert via Mr. Bingham, and possibly tho Courier-Journand Times owner would seo no wrong in party flop, as ho has been a their candidate of both parties tho past Anyway, few years. Democrats throughout tho State extend congratulations to our Senators for tho snub given tho Bingham press. Attention was called in theso columns last week to tho proposed gougo of the Louisville Homo Telephone Company and tho attitude of near Mayor Smith, in which ho proposed to tear up tho eighteen months' contract vlth the Homo Telephone Company and allow that company tho privilege- of raising rates. Sinco the expose of this monstrous gougo in tho columns of the Kentucky Irish American thero has been no further mention of the ordinance, and tho the supposition is that it will be passed some night when tho public is looking out of Homo Tho tho window. Phono Company, with political astuteness, has been running big display advertisements in tho dally papers, which by tho way havo failed to oven mention tho phono holdup, and the advertisoments contain much guff about "tho big incrcaso by annexation" and "300,000 for Louisville." This is Intended probably as a sop to Smith and his annexation plans. In other words, tho Telephone Company Is ladling out a llttlo "bull" so as to pavo tho way for tho phono gouge. Look at theso flgurea: Tho Homo Tclcphono Company has about 20,000 subscribers and tho raise would average ono dollar a month to each. In eighteen months, tho time of Smith's proposed contract forfeiture. It would amount to 9300,000. Quite a tidy sum, and the public Is entitled to know who tho gents are that will divide this gougo fund. Tho city of Louisville is now Just past the mark of the present "reform" administration and it Is significant that there Iww been bo report of the police or Are defwrt- just ended. Many for the metasking year and this Query tc are whr logical when it is taken into that Chief Potty's Kefsfoaie al al al al - Iseen the reign c of tho hllton machine Is proving costlyi and wp can't issuing the Ht- blame them for r. tie book of "Fac ' and qther hul- latins which use to ten us now lucky wo were t ho llvlntr under reform. Speakin ?of tho machine tho word has gon put that tho ma china bosses feel tron g enough to control hero for many years, ro gardless ot tho pi epic's wishes and no converts aro n edod from Democratic ranks. El ren thousand negro votes, with th addition of about 7,000 by compilin r city and county omployes and tho: ' rotations, is expected to continu ' tho machine in power. Naming ;i indldates both in primaries and general elections will bo a picnic, and tathls end tho way Is bolng made cleir for, the nominacantion of the didate for Mayor- next time. Sheriff showing untold Will Ross had be strength and this past week the machine started a move to cripple his strength. His chtst dopiity, Carney Cross, probably fho most popular and likeable younktman In the city ana county empiciriand whoso only drawback is thatmo Is a Republiclfc," will be taken from tho Sehrlff'ipnico and given the post of Secretary of the Stato Fair. This is Tdono to break tho combination, which would bo a powerjfn tho Republican primary and wduld give tho a real battle for honors. Hero is another tip, and you can play it heavily. Near Mayor Smith keops protesting "strongly that tho Street Car Company will not be glvon a raise In tares, but liko his reversal of form In the racing question, tho phone troublo and others, you will seo hlmlrocodo and acreo .to'jtho raigoJKrfjtnacldn doe3 not give our near Mayor in theso matters and forces his hand whenever ready to do so. Speaking of tho street tho writer witnessed ono tho othor day which might explain a few of tho delays. A Koystono cop Jumped on car 10G5 of the Fourth street lino and proceeded to bawl out tho conductor unmercifully for not opening tho rear door on tho south side of Jefferson and admitting him, and wound up by threatening to arrest tho street car man. He wa3 In citizen's clothes and flashed his badge to show his authority and gave as his reason for such drastic measures that ho "wanted to join his Sergeant, who was on tho front end. Tho Sergeant was Sergeant Steopleton, a former street car man, who, strango to say, did not intercede for one of his former associates. s Tho Flour Company comedy for the furnished a local fire and police departments Wednesday that is a tribute to tho "reform" efficiency wo hear so much of. Ono of tho company's automobiles started the oxcltcment by staging a backfire performance, when io and behold! the "hick" firemen came in for a run to tho scone, but as is usually tho .case thero was no tire on their arrival, taking tholr usual tlmo it is supposed in getting to the scene. Ono of tho officials of tho company, naturally interested, tried to get near the scene of the excitement and was halted by ono of our "efficient" Keystone cops, who didn't seo why anyono would try to butt in on their exclusive performance; Tho official not helng well acquainted with tho little playful ways of our Koystono boys, protested pretty strongly against his detention, and for his pains was arrested and hauled into Police Court Thursday morning. Luckily, however, ho was dismissed, and departed a sadder but wiser man. He knows by this time that tho only ones safe from arrest aro tho army of burglars and crooks now reaping a harvest in Louisville. ThUB losses. It can b Hert-Sear- ANNIVERSARY SEES BERLIN A MILITARY CAMP. Photo shows wlro entanglemen ts stretched across streets of Berlin to prevent revolutionary outbreaks on the occasion ot the anniversary of tho proclamation of tho Ropubllc of Germany. On this day business people and shoppers wero compelled to show passes la order to pass frcoly throughout tho city. two-ye- ar Beek to ameliorate the lot thoy aro forced to bear by a despotic state," ' Theso facts of recent occurrence were preceded by worse happenings last group ot overseas workers of Then, only a few decades ago. Knights. not only, the Bays Count Tyszklewlcz, In publishing tho Initial Issue wealth, but also tho life, liberty considerable difficulties were enJesuit Writer Finds It a Symptom and happiness of thousands and countered. At tho outset Mr. Daw-eotheir families were sacrificed to the who is a commercial telegraphWith Which Russia la bolshevistic caprices ot tho very er and never worked in a newspahas per office, found himself in tho acwealthy. Now tho dlseaso Diseased. spread further, until it affects, as tual fighting zone. Thoro was no wo have Btated, society as a whole. supply of print paper available. Tho Tho Jesuit writer traces tho dis- district was under strict supervision through Declares .Movement Is Not an Inci- ease jind ot tho field of llteraturo of tho censor, but despite theso obalso other Intellectual ef- stacles ho managed to get tho paper fort, showing tho correctness of published. At an ancient print dent But n Symptomatic his contention. It Is this important Bhop tho solo occupants ot which inEffect. fact which must be realized beforo cluded an aged Frenchman, his wife a cure can bo affected. And it Is and d daughter, the this fact also which must ever be IC. of C. newspaper made its dobut-Moborne in mind in all study of social than 1,500 copies were printed! Facts Taken .From Actual Observa- Ills and all efforts at relief and and- - tho total expenditure involved cure. Society is an organism, not amounted to ninety francs, or less tion That May Suffice as ' a mere conglomeration ot individ- than $18 in American money. Close Real Illustration. ual cells, unattached and indepen- -' by the printing shop ot Boutoullot, dent of each other and the whole (or such was tho namo of tho And socloty, says Pope Plus X printer, there was a- swiftly-movilSjll,. but God has created it so French stream which was a brands can bo cured. Theretoro of a largo river. From tho water THOUSANDS WERE SACRIFICE! 1. that it efforts to overthrow society are power ot tho stream tho Frenchman JxLTtB wr,ong just as wrong as indlffer-- operated his printing presses. None 'u&j& QQijtpwaras tno weirareotsgcioty nf . - momliprs ilka kmiRwb.nlrT rzr--thn t"-- ? rjrrvr.,",A,Tr?M v"r n- 1UUUU UUb JLTUWBUU B1JUHU f.Mliau, Bolshevism in Russia is a topic thom willing workers with tho asabout which tho press never tires WELCOME FATHER KALAHER. n dicsistance of of relating the most dreadful tales, was tionaries, and very rojolcing encountered in tho little troublo Tho Thoro has been much and a subject, too, on which counttypesetting. less speakers and writers feel frco this week in St. Columba's parish paper made a hit with tho troops pastor, Rev. of tho Soventy-sovto discourse. But they as well as over the return of tho h the press seldom, if ever indeed, John D. Kalaher, who on Sunday re- enth and divisions. sumed tho pastorship and is again With tho lattor troops, who wero point out tho ono important fact that tho tendencies they condemn attending to tho spiritual welfare of men of tho Ohio National Guard, and tho incidents they deplore nro tho congregation. Father Kalaher Mr. Dawson campaigned from tho not mere incidents of a movement has been ill for tho past three Swiss border to Belgium. Ho acseeking to establish itself by force, years, nnd during that tlmo Father companied them from Baccarat but symptoms of a disease, and James Malonoy was in charge ot St. Panno and work did Preparing copy whllo doing that this dlseaso affects all of Rus- Columba's andover exceUbnt in exthere, turning the nlrlsh wolfaro work and conducting entersian society. cellent condition. Father Maloney tainment for tho K. of C. hut at A Jesuit, Count Stanislaus brings out this basic truth Is now nt St. Joseph's church In Baccarat was Indeed a trying pas-tlforcofully in an articlo appearing Bardstown, taking tho place ot the for Dawson, but tho worst difIn a now Catholic Austrian review. Rev. Dean C. J. O'Connell, who has ficulty ho encountered was when Writing under tho caption "Russian been seriously 111, but whoso condi- Bomeone stopped the stream of tho Bolshevism as a symptom of dls tion Is now reported Improving. printer by closing tho sluice gates. easo in Russian society," this Jes Deprived of tho power for operatAPPOINTED PRESIDENT. ing his presses tho printer and K. uit father substantiates his contenof C. man had to run the paper off tion by tracing tho inroads of tho Rev. William F. Roblson. S. J., by hand, which was a long and lasickness through all classes of society, happily finding tho rural pop- was appointed President ot St. Louis borious task. ulation, though by no means in tho University on January 1, to succeed After tho Baccarat sector was best of health socially, the least Rev. Bernard Oltfng, S. J who has evacuated tho 'Knights of Columbus affected by tho dread malady with been directing tho affairs ot tho newspaper was printed on the variwhich the social body Is infected. university for tho past seven years. ous fronts, publication being sus"Russian Bolshevism," ho writes, Father Roblson has been, on the pended only when an offensive was "along with Nihilism, Anarchism university staff for the past eight under way. Dawson journeyed and Tolstoylsm, Its near relatives, years, most ot which tlmo ho was many miles inland from tho battle-froIs by no means a passing appari- Instructor of fundamental theology. to locate a print shop and tion or perhaps oven a party Issue He has traveled nnd studied in when tho armistice was about to of Socialism; on tho contrary, it is some ot the great European univerthe paper has a net circulaa symptom ot dlseaso affecting tho sities, notably Louvain. Innsbruck, tion of 10,000 copies. All sorts of whole of Russian society It Is Rome and Naples. During tho stories wore sent to the paper by "Russian" In tho broadest senso ot roars spent at St. Louis University tho fighting men and whenever artho word. Wo can trace tho bol- Father Roblson has acquired a rep- ticles which might bo available shevistic Instincts through all tho utation as a pulpit orator and many wero printed tho writers wero givon ot tho of his sermons have been published. credit for thom. ranks ot tho population former Czardom. A fow facts taken from actual observation may suffice "GET OUT." as illustrations. A wealthy, elegantly dressed morchant of Moscow "If members of tho Red organizaono of thoso Russian millionaires tion don't like this country, lot against whom oven Jewish high them go homo," says Cardinal Gibbons. Tho Cardinal is ono of tho powerless passes a finance was officers of tho American national orflorist's hot house. Without oven a ganization formed to stamp out andesecond thought ho enters and , archists. Ho says: mands tq seo tho proprietor. "I wish to puy this hot houso," he "If thoy do not go, wo will havo to send thom thoro. Thoy como horo nnnounces. "It is not for sale," to becomo future citizens, not to be answers tho proprietor. "I will pay 500,000 rubles," tho merchant indictators. Foreigners who como shores aro given every opporsists. Tho owner yields; tho morDAUGHTERS OF ISABELDA. tunity to earn an honest living. chant orders a gang of workmen to here aro much bettor Tho first week of tho Now Year tho spot; tho beautiful palms are than thoy had at homo, and the auwill bo long a pleasant memory to cut down and thrown with the thorities glvo them every assistance tho Daughters of Isabella of Louis-vil- orchids upon a' pile of straw, and possible to make thom useful citiTho millionTheir Initiation of a largo Are sot to the whole. lord over his zens of this grand country. aire is proud TJ10 class and the reports at tho Installa- wonderful deed.as a laws here nro not as hard to obey tion of officers wero most gratifyas thoso they had to contend Vitb "Another man, accompanied by ing. The banquet and dance at tho In their former countries, but tho his cashier, walks Louisville Hotel wero largely at- clusive restaurant into the most exforeigners must remember that tho of tho capital. tended and proved one of tho most "Walter," he orders, "twenty botlaws of this country must bo obeyed enjoyable social events evor held by thom tho same as our own peoin this city. Louisvlllo Circle is tles of champagne, tho very beat!" ple havo to obey them. They caw aro quickly now making an effort to pass tho Tho twenty bottles brought, and our hero tosses them not toll tho authorities hero how 1,000 membership mark. ono at a tlmo against tho hugo mirthis country. They fire not dictators. They only camo hero as furors set in tho walls around tho RECUPERATING. ture citizens. I repeat, it they entire room; ho leaves It to his t to sottlo like this country and its laws, Thomas Walshfl the well known cashier run up to afor the damages, 0 fow paltry then the best thing for them Is lawyer, who was seriously 111 for which lady of recognized back to tho country thoy fled several weeks, has boon pronounced socialrubles. A and wealth wishes standing from to seek haven here." out of danger and able to leave St. to indulgo In tho caprlco of a Joseph's Infirmary. - He loft thib slelgh-rld- e In whllo NOTABLE RETREAT. week for his old home at Conners-vlllstill In tho mood, Ind where he will remain un- she is and walks in tho tho driveways park are Under tho auspices of the Hely til his health is recuperated, covered with a thick layer of powNamo Society, commencing January dered sucar. Those gentlomen are POLISH WOMEN LEGIONAIRES. Jauary it naf,10rne.nunilay men win LOTTO PARTT, n also who habitually . "1 ouiuuiu lairuut ior Capt. Alexandra Gogowska. com- - be clven in si. T.nnfo Next Tuesday Bight a lotto party take pleaauro In Hunting their ci for the benefit of St. Peter Claver gars with 100 ruble mander ot the Polish Woman's Lo- - church. Tho Rev. Edward O'Hearn glon. Insert: Colonel Linda, mill- - O. P who has rocontly come to church will be gjven in the school and thoro aro many who, also 62S Lamptp street. Arrange- - bitually, use their dishonestly tary commander of Lemberg. This Louisville, will hn thn .- rU have been' Made for an en- - quired wealth to indulge in the Women's Legion, consisting of over tor". Tho memborahlp f alreadv- , Joyafele rour uuadrea members, fought In over 500, and many mere tern will and all pleasuro of wearing a different fur fries sU of the and coagrega- - overcoat every day. Thus, Father the recent struggle to save the city bo added at thn reemtu t. ' . v. Tyezklewlcz adds,, "theee people J from the Ukrainian Armies. tie are MUy'tavltecL held oa Suaday. BOLSHEVISM I. Iff " Tho only newspaper printed on tho American fighting, front mado Its debut at Baccarat" shortly after tho pioneer contingents of tho A. E. F. moved into tho "quiet" sector in Lorraine. It was conceived by John C. Dawson,, pf LaPorte, Ind a Knights ot Columbus Secretary, who had been one ot tho first welfare men to go with our troops The for duty on the battlofront. paper carried no advertisements and on that acwas not count. Mr. Dawson, who failed to live Up to tho proverbial maxim: "Tho last shall be first and tho first shall bo last," was ono of tho pioneer men sent to Franco and camo homo tho other day with the fc - n, ol Ross-Cro- ss sixteen-year-ol- re ma-chi- no - ng mucn-says- I car-sorvlc- o Franco-Amorica- Forty-secon- d, -. Thirty-sevent- to-th- e Mouso-Argonn- e, Bol-glu- m. Tysz-kiewic- z, mo Acmo-Jone- two-re- el x nt to-o- e. to-ru- do-no- 100,-00- to-g- o mld-sumra- o, woll-know- Af,-r,,5- - bank-note- s; ha-ha- ll, ac-me- eflterta-tewest- pter , , i t B a o SCHKI3MTdr KE.NTUGKY IRISH AMERICAN. frtl PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. to the Sodtl and Mottl Advancement ol Irish American and Ctthollca Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's Institute and Catholic Knights of America. IRISH AMERICAN PRINTINO CO., Ir.corpo.it.., Sccond-CU- ii M KENTUCKY Publishers JKJBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINQLE COPY 5c Entered at the Loulivltle Poitofllce at AMrtK Matter. 319-32- 1 M CMRWilcations to thi KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, West Lttirty Strut LOUISVILLE, KY TO FILL THE VOID. SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1920 February 10 Euchro and lotto. vortiso themselves and believe that French ship ownors havo filed a St. Paul's church, of Pleasure Rldgo a crusade against picture shows will complaint with tho French Marine Park, at St. Helon's Commercial fill the aching void. against tho handing Club, Commission February 11 Euchre and lotto NO CATHOLIC 1IOLSHEVIKI. over of seven German steamers, in- eluding tho Imporator, to the Brit- - by parish ladles in St. Peter's Hall, Sovontcenth and Garland. In tho raiding of tho local ish Government, and claim that January 14Euohro and lotto by headquarters hero last Franco is handicapped by the loss st Thomas Orphanage Sewing So- evening Ferdinand Zlmmerer of 925,000 tons of mercantile cloty, at Trinity Council Hall. was arrested, and will probably bo marine during the war. This grab deported, but tho testimony of his of England's, coupled with tho seiz- A A A A AA AftAAAAAAAAArAA ft A AArftA wito and daughter Is significant. ure of tho big German ships in i They said the family wore all Cath- America, has set many peoplo to e olics and that tho prisoner was for- thinking hore and in Franco that r merly a Catholic, but had fallen tho war was fought to benoflt John away from the church when ho Bull. Mrs. L. G. Scanlon left this week started imbibing Socialistic doc to spend tho rest of tho winter in trlnes. Just another striking proof AVILIi TAKE OURS. Florida. that to fo a good and practical Catholic ono must bo a faithful and Mrs. Catherine Doppen loft Monis reaching out That England York, to bo gone a loyal citizen of his country. for tho commorcial control of tho day for New days. weok or ton world Is 'evident from tho fact EARI GREV that sho has an army of agents In Mrs. John C. Haly loft last week every country to which they could to spend a month in Chicago, the Earl Grey is about to dopart get access booking orders. What guest of Miss Christine Posse. Irom our midst with his particular is the United States doing to ro- Carl Deiss has returned to Chi mission unaccomplished. Very sad, tain tho commercial advantages wo cago after visiting his parents, Mr, No doubt tho good Earl Isn't It? Surely by turn- and Mrs. Fred Dolss, In Portland, have fairly won? was astonished to find that there ing over to England tho means to A little girl stranger arrived at are still among us a whole host of effect her purposo those Gorman Americans who believe In "America ships Is not the way to maintain the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ryan, of East Oak streot, this past first, last and all tho tlmo." It is supremacy. week. highly probable that Earl Grey would not havo accepted tho mis Matt Boylo has returned from HIGH COST. Pittsburgh, where ho has been tho sion if ho were not assured that guest of his sister, Mrs. Margaret tho Union Jack was moro popular Another attempt to bolvo the Shea. hero than tho Star Spangled Ban' probloms of tho high cost of living nor, and that the "wild" Irish who and Industrial unrest will bo made Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McNaugh-toof Jeffcrsonville, are in Housalways stoo'd up for tho starry flag at a conferenco to bo hold in Washton, to remain several had lost any influence they may ington in tho spring, and which will weeks.Texas, goes homo Include havo had. Tho Earl producers, manufacturers Ho and consumers. These conferences Miss Jennio Bryan spent sovoral much wisor than he came. knows now that with tho excep aro getting to bo a Joko. We havo days at Now Haven, tho guest of tion of a few noisy snobs and llck- - not heard of anything that has been her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bryan. H.upUtles Americans are still loyal to settled by them thus far, nor do we James F. Qulnn, of Now Albany, their own lntsltutlons, and conse- expect thorn to settle anything in today tho future. Tho coming conference has returned from Chicago, whoro quently moro ho went probably than at any time in the will havo as much to do with solv relatives. to spend Christmas with country's history. And tho "wild" lng high cost of living problem as Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mahonoy spent Irish aro still to tho foro. tho spots on the sun. tho first of last week as guests of Mr. J. H. Mahoney and family, at BRYAN TOO HEAVY, SOME JOKE. Now Haven. Bol-shovi- kl Sat-urdoy onco that wo will arrango things on our own continent in our own Somo local Protestant ministers j Way, and that she shall have to aro now potltlonlng tho city admin keep her hands off. Our people istration to closo down tho Sunday can not bo fooled by England's movie plcturo shows and aro thun- good intentions, which are nothing dering against tho awful sin of more than an effort to keep alive Blxty and seventy thousand people tho remnant of our sympathy durCOMING EVENTS. going to plcturo shows on Sunday. ing tho war when wo thought EngWith tho Introduction of prohibition land was fighting for liberty. February 3 and 4 Men's Welfaro many of the sensational preachers League lotto and euchro in St. Anthony's Hall. FRANCE KICKING. aro hard pressed for subjects to ad- - and too often we are negligent of our duties theroin. Wo do not mean a civil public Ufo, but a religious public life. Every Catholic Is a mombcr of a parish, Ho should bo Ho identified with that parish. should know his pastor and tho priests who work with his pastor. Ho should be acquainted with tho condition of tho parish, with tho projects to be realized, and ho should not be niggard in giving according to his means to realize Every Catholic man, marthorn. ried or single, householder or lodger, should have at least a seat in his parish church. Every man, who takes an Interest In politics, la care ful to register In his district and precinct. To havo a spat in church is tho same as rcgltorlng in a parish. It makes a man a freeholder in tho church, it gives him a local habitation and a name. Every young man who attains bis majority should signalize it by acquiring his own seat In church and by paying for it. IIK BkT JnK jPBfirNJwwWlr wr AAJJ.JHerOJ!S. HrMMMHMMMMMt IJ jAliu 9ll-Siii- HH r SUITSandOYERCATS ARE BEING SOLD BY US AT WHOLESALE PRICES TODAY And in many instances less than wholesale. This is tc the reason that we are not going to have what is t termed a cut price sale. t You will find our prices even lower on the same t grades of merchandise than you will see in the cut tt t price sales. '( Wo hope that you will take time to look and compare our prices and the merchandise that we c c c c c c jrTUWflTi TffiHrMrtffP uSV&MH&LW 4la iiHHCHBHl Ar. JLT-ifci- ,s9f BEBK IBriflHEK'RiiiiiHaSBiiifliByH offer. We would advise ycu to buy now, as we can say truthfully that prices will be much higher in the near future and can be had at such prices as we have now only as long as present stocks last. ! c '( t t t t c t c e FRENCH PRESIDENT President Polncalro. of Franco, by being Installed as Lord Rector horo Bhown leaving tho University orary office. HONORED BY GLASGOW. was honored in Glasgow recently of tho Glasgow University. He is Hall wearing tho robes of his hon- CUNNING LEWIS & BROTZGE EXCLUSIVE CLOTHES SHOP Coned Glasses Are as Important as the Right Medicine. We Make Glasses to Meet the Requirements OCUUST ASK ANY of o. Oculists' Prescriptions. SOCIETY. 013 FOURTH AVENUE ( THE BALL OPTICAL CO. ft y:MHYMfAMMMAMJMH tt44i4Ktt4444$rt4 m NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON OPP. MARY ANDERSON WEWANTYOURWORKIJ t We're Prepared to Do It Promptly nd in First-Clas- s the Modern way CLEANERS AND DYERS 1140-4- 2 OFFICE AND PLANT, S. THIRD ST. t Style. I PRINTING' Cards, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Dodgers, Etc. Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty. HOME PHONE Dresses, Gloves, Velvets, Silks, Laces, t We Specialize in Ladies' Suits, Feathers and Men's Wearing Ap pareL AUTO WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER ALL WORK AS NEAR YOU AS YOUR PHONE SOUTH -- 2. 3 6 2. OR CITY X n, 940. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 810 h SMOKERS, ATTENTION! Our Prices Are Positively tho Lowest in the City SPECIALS IN CIGARS, CIGARETTES AND TOBACCO "WIDaaT ORDBK ot (S1fic's anti-Britis- h WMy tl tho twonty-flft.heir wedding. William anniversary assBsBBMMBMfHBWff piedmoitt p avobites WINDSOR MOQITL MUBAD OKESTESrZELS Package of 30 jr'rttffcfl lucky strike CAMEL 17c 3 package SOo. Carton of 300, 31.65 SWEET CAFOBAZ. Reports say that the shadow of William Jennings Bryan Is beginning to loom largo on tho Democratic horizon. It Is said that tho Ncbraskan is shaping his plans to control tho next Democratic convention, If not tho nomination for President To our way of thinking, It makes Uttlo difference who controls tho next convention or gets tho Democratic nomination. Events of the past year havo alienated so many voters from tho party that nothing but tho blunders of their political enemies can. save tho Democrats from national defeat. When we think of tho opportunity that was wasted by tho party leaders wo can only say that they havo themselves to blame for tho situation. William Jennings has been too heavy for tho party and his leadership means los3 everywhere. TAKE CARE. After all, British censorship Is somewhat of a joke. It will be recalled that a few weeks ago Archbishop Walsh, of Dublin, wroto to Cardinal O'Connell, of Doston, and he enclosed a check for tho Irish Victory Fund. His Grace of Dublin would havo been glad to give his contribution in his home city and have asked that his letter bo printed in one of tho homo papers, but undor present conditions this could not be done. Tho Liverpool Times comments on tho Archbishop's letter, saying that "the blunderers of Dublin Castle prevent the, Irish press from publishing tho letter from the Most Reverend Archbishop of Dublin, Dr. Walsh, to Cardinal O'Connell, of Boston." Tho Times culls copious extracts and comments on thorn, all of which shows tho sense less inconsistency of the present mothods of tho Government. But perhaps the Times will now bo FACE NEW YEAR. And now wo face tho Now Year, exclaims the San Francisco Loader In Its review of tho ono Just ended. To begin a now year Is a grace not to bo despised. To begin It well Is no small augury of spending It well. We do not hold with those who despise Now Year's resolutions. "It Is better to have loved and lost than never to hayo loved at all." It Ifl bettor to havo striven and failed than nevor to havo striven at all. To break a resolution is no sign of a woaki will. Tho man who renews his resolution after ho has broken It Is tho man who comes out right in tho ond. Catholics standing on tho threshold of tho Now Year havo many things to think of as Catholics and to make resolutions on. We have a Catholic public llfo to live, nlnoteen-year-ol- d MoDerraott, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Nalloy has returned McDormott, West Oak streot, Joined Bertrand from New Haven, whoro ho was tho tho navy this past week and was guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. iont to Rhode Island. Clarence Nalloy. John "W. O'Brien, who has been Miss Elizabeth McDonald, of spending sovoral- - weeks with his Lynnhurst, is recovering rapidly iiother. Mrs. D. J. Mclntyro, 1149 from recent Injuries sustained In a South Twelfth street, has returned street car accldont. to his home in Bakerfleld, Cal. CASTLE PAQS IQm j ) I 1 I Carton of 3 for 100, $1.78, 35c J HELMAB TUBKISH TBOPHTES LONDON LITE OMAR FATIMA Carton of 100, 31.20 Package of SO Carton of SOO, 2.15 35o 3S a for 13c 35o( SACKED HEART ACADEMY, SPECIAL PRICES ON BOX CIGARS Twist Tobacco, 9o j 3 for Kill Side, Soil Durham, Tnxedo, Victory and Drum, 9oj 3 for 'WATCH US OBOW" Mrs. Cora Sullivan and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Edwnrd E. Hemp Misses Cornellla nnd Alice Sullivan. announco tho engagement of their have returned from a visit to friends daughter, Miss Mary Ethel Hemp, and relatives at Sholbyville. to Henry C. Hoortz. Tho wedding will take place tho last of January, Miss Ireno Hagan, who has been spending the holidays with Mrs. J. Miss Anna Cunmings loft SunP. Hagan, has returned to St. day for Lalto Forest, III., after Academy at Corbln. spending tho holidays with her parents, Mr. andi Mrs. J. A. Miss Prances Tyler McCaho, who 338 Thomas street, New has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Kathleen Cunningham McCabe, returned Monday to Nazareth. Miss Iloso Connolly, Now Albany, Thomas M. Barry went to Birm- entertained at dinner Misses Olga Caterer, Helen Bir, ingham Tuesday evening on a busi- Bolvly, Hazel Bllvly, Clark ness trip for tho L. & N. railroad Messrs.Joseph Zoller Frank Hlnke-beland John and Is expected homo today. Ca-mlll- us Cum-mlngSj n, Boardlar ana Say School Tor Olrla ana Toon Woman. CKESCEWT HTLL, LOUISVILLE, XT. High Moral and Intellectual Stand-ardCatalogue Sent Free. Address: Secretary, Sacred Heart Academy, 3113 Cherokee Drive, LOUISVILLE KKNTUCKT Tho UranUno s. THE AMERICAN CUT RATE TOBACCO STORES (Incorporated) S. W. Cor. Preston and Jefferson. Our New Store, S13 N. W. cor. Preston and Liberty West Jefferson Street, HOW OPEN ....... We Buy, Sell And Quote All Issues Of LIBERTY BONDS In Any Denomination i wi ft out pSkAIsK coinpletrX lLEXb-iSfc Great Britain is now looking forward to becoming a partner of tho United States in tho work of bringing order out of chaos in Moxico In fact, Great Britain is urging Washington to consider joint intervention. Now isn't that too lovolj for anything Britain kindly crLscutIng to help us lick Mexico, and then oh, of course, Great .Britain will get a big sllco of tho conquered territory and wo will be asked to gtvo up somo of our ships to recompense England for tho wear and tear of her own fleets. That is thq way England usually comes out of an International squabble, Isn't it? Our present administration is thq Ideal one from tin English viewpoint for a mattor of this kind, henco that is why England wants us to Jojn her in boating up tho Mexican banditti. Now England should bo told at Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Curran woro Or Amount. Miss Cathorlno McDermott reNow Year's guests of tho lattor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. turned Monday to Sacred Heart Academy, Manhattansvlllo, N. Y., Shoemaker, at Now Haven. & after spending tho holidays with .Mr. and Mrs. "William M. Higglus her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward 118 South Fifth Street. ennounco tho engagement of thoir J. McDermott. daughter, Miss Margaret HIglns. to iuuiu tJity UU1 First Lieut. Frank J. Hlgglns and Frank B. Flaherty, of Great Lak.?. Miss Florence, Hanlon, who woro Mont. holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will-laM. Hlgglns and family, loft Josept N. Hlgglns and brlho, .who was Miss Beatrice Hopkins, will re- Tuesday for Gary, Ind whore their, PERFECT FITTING turn today from their wedding trip marriage will tako placo In June. SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES and will bo at homo at 1C00 Elwood Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Boslor avenue. woro hosts at a farewell party SatAnnouncement Is mado of tho en- urday evening in honor ot their gagement of Miss Cathorlno Cecelia daughter, Mrs,. W. F. Craven, who Zoll and William Gordon Hardman. loft Sunday to Join Mr. Craven in Tho wedding will take placo In Philadelphia, whero they will make their homo In tho futuro. February. i Wakefield Co. I t iu ffKl& tapK mThk i I I Had a Rudd Bath Did You? ; m QD nsis . Gas Grates, Gas Water Heaters, Gas Heaters, Etc., INSTALLED AND REPAIRED Plumbing and Gas Fitting. cm: 0100 John R. Dailey & 0 col John Curran, ot Madison Barracks, N. Y were holiday guests of Mrs. W. F. Curran and family at Bardstown, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Vf. Kllng received many friends and well Miss Columbia qurran and broth-o- r, wishers Wednesday night in honor and Mrs. Alfred M. Herrmann gavo a theater party to seo Chu Chin Chow followed by a supper at tho Seolbach on Now Oculists' Prescriptions. Year's eve. Mr. and Mrs. Herrmann had as their guests Mr. and SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY Mrs. Charles G. McGrath, Miss ZHCOBPOXATDD Blanche A. McGrath, and Mr. John Thompson Hogan, ot Philadelphia Fourth and Chestnut. Mr. BECKER PORTABLE ELECTRIC BRILLS BLACK Sizes 3-1- to 7-- 8 CHILDERS Both 'Pboaca 135 ELECTRIC ' CO. INCORPORATED 333 W, Mia Street : VISITATION HOME CAMPAIGN JANUARY FEBRUARY Akjn'MJSt. -- . h HmiflrfJiU rf f iris ytnrm turned away from th VISITATION HOME during the past tw years because . .&W mm. mm mm mm m Jkl i.AA mm mm mm m m m AM. 1 t JU. JOLA. JLMAAAAAA.JAAa'U,u.JA u uk u. .a AA JSA A AA A SI 5 0,000.00 1 ". 26th TO 9th, 1920. MA ef lack of aceommedations. I WHERE DID THEY GO? , m mm MM MM This is a- part of your responsibility. .... MM.nM mm. ."-. .'! . . -- ,, i) - o 00 m ! KXS-TXJOKT'- Xr IRI8H AMXOAJHT. LADIES INSTALL 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. QBjflBflHBJBBBflBMr OFFICERS. ibblBE9IHw& .ilfiHBB1 &x& BotsVRwWBmBbBshS&Ii MACARONI SPAGHETTI EGG NOODLES IIbIs4hb BBBBBjv vBBBBBeBBTmSS tfti bwK ?ts E?RKwi BBBf 1E9.hbu JrBslBNk' sV vI PBNDENNIS Inc. SONS CO. A. ENGELHARD & REPAIRING erman. Recording Secretary Miss Margaret Hourlgan. Financial Secretary Mrs. John Broderlck. Treasurer Miss Lily Callahan. Sorgeant-at-Arm- s Tho Ladles' Auxiliary, A. O. H., installed tholr offlcors for tho year 1920 at Hibernian Homo' on Wednesday ovonlng as follows: President) Mrs. D. J. Dougherty. VIco President Mrs. John Wat- 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. W. C. RORK, Pn.U.nl. HERBERT JENKINS. Ste. nt Tr w. WEST BROADWAY ffSffsTSffBHdK59S f G&SBJEBBVs&: toSSBBBBBBBflfl Expert Attention Oa Repairs Oh All Makes o SPECIALISTS ON FORD REPAIRING WELDINB Oars I I BBBBBBBBnBBHPBSSBHRdBBflBBr iJBBBBBBBKfllEiBflHIvSiBr i IsBBffSffBSBBj IBBBBBBlHSpiSPlMHBHXBVBr J5Jf 'Mfir MBf f .V WmklffltftyWE fc&aBBT - AUTO WELDING & REPAIR GO, Both Phones 2309 ERNEST SMITH, Prop, 713 SOUTH SEVENTH ST., LOUISVILLE, KY. ."' pr f ' . Ji rTBM 7feiBlBB99v"BBT" fVA Cleanse the System, Keep You TurKish Bath- s- Well, Prevent the Flu. Sentinel Miss Elizabeth CallaGUARANTEED VULCANIZING han. Of Hco and Workrooms Northeast Corner Seventh and Broadway Standing Committee Miss Catherine O'Brien, Mrs. Jorry Hallahan, Homo Phono City 25 LouUvlllo, Kentucky ' ' n Mrs. Maria Price, Mrs. Delia and Miss Mary Margaret Walsh. After tho installation of officers SHULER AXLE MANUFACTURING COMPANT there was an ontortainmont, at , INCORPORATED which refreshments wero served. All membors present spent a really Automobile, Motor Truck and Trailer Axles. pleasant evening. Tho annual reGENERAL OFFICES & FACTORY Local and Long Distance FheBM ports showed tho organization JONES AND N STREETS Parkway 2 condition, notwithstanding SoutA 90J ' tho expenses of war work and liberLOUISVILLE, KY. al, responses to other calls for financial assistance. Ban-no- Cleary. Mrs. Thos. VULCANIZING CO. INCORPORATED ti CreSCeiU GET PIT Has the Most Sanitary, Effi- flOtei-dent Plant in America. Greatest Asset KEEP FIT Health Is Your Uxl - RECOGNITION' 408 WEST WALNUT. THE SIGN OP QUALITY Hlghl'd 7411 East 180 KENTUCKY UAUNDRX CO. incorporate Cades-hil- l St. eo. Dearborn Manager FURNITURE MOVING AND Consult CHEEK to FATHER or MOTHER A rnlr of GLASSES will bring DR. JOHN 315 Start P. BECKER JOHN B. WATHEN OPTROMETRIST, Foartb sidiI Walant Plioae City 1180 Bnildin. Tlilvk Floer LOWEST tvB v'feH i PACKING . , 530 SoHtk TweBty-Shrt- h WaeUlM Shawnee 1D86, LONG DISTANCE HAULINQ m.n WAT MADE TO LOOK LIKE NEW. FELT HATS CLEANED AND REBLOCKED, 50 CENTS. Hat Cleaning and Block-in- r mir specialty. NATIONAL HAT CLEANING , PRICES THE THE FOUR BEST SELLERS IN KENTUCKY Blue Ribbon Twist O. IC. Twist War Hawk Twist Dixlo Twist "Mado Whcro Tobacco Grow8.,, John D. Moore Tobacco Co. Incorporated LOUISVILLE -- Albert Smith, Trop. 633 WEST MARKET STREET Home Phono. City 5161 OLD - -- - KENTUCKY General Offices 412 Lincoln Building Cumberland Phone: Main ISO. Sec and Treas. BE MADE X.EAK.- PROOF LEAKY ROOFS Prea. CAN Mark Bales, O. Jacobs, J. L. GRAUMAN & CO. Incorporated Sealers la All Kinds of Office ana Etore Fixtures, Safes, Cain Remitters, Show Cases. Counters, SbelTingr, Etc 510 WEST SCAZK SXB2SST 7 WITH OUR WONDERFUL ROOF CO ATI N G - .. ..Mniaail Tn Years i- XJrXSBKATlOSAIi V COATISO CO. City 549 BUUla 817 bm,uiw lomaviue. .,. - Home Phone. City 1888 J. M. BUCKNER TOBACCONIST NATIONAL HATTEES 325 WEST JEFFERSON STREET DYERS AND CLEANERS Monday Special Suits Cleaned WHOLESALE and 900 West Mala Street Loutsrllle, Kr. LUBOLINE Blocked and Cleaned, 50c. CALL FOR AND DELIVER Home Phono, City 1931 WHEN IT'S YOOm Pressed for $1.23. Hats Phones Correct lubrication for oil motors. AJms bjEteJCiV old Doubles life of new cars, lnP"vea used crude cars. Select Pennsylvania tET US KNOW I tn Its manufacture. STATES GASOLINE Local and Ions' distance moving with motor vans. Furniture, packing and Esshipping-- . All work guaranteed. ALL POWER timates cheerfully furnished free of In all Uniformed and efficient service to all charge. easons; dally delivery service A. AXNOI.D fe SONS parts of city. JLUCTIPK ft STOKAOE CO. STA3XS oxn OO. (Incorporated) 433 West Main Street Successor to Domestic Oil Co. 'As Near to You Plenty-COAL-Plenty Both Phones SS-w--- .MOVEf -v Sots u tbe Nearest Phou" Tradewater Lump Tradewater Nut Jellico Lump Per Toh $5.75 FUNERAL FLOWERS $5.75 A SPECIAL SPRAY $3.00 $7.00 A SPECIAL WREATH 85.00 West Virginia Lump $7.00 Straight Creek Lump $7.00 ot 2,000 Pounds Anywhere. Trading Delivered Stamps Free. POO We FRANKEL COAL CO. Twelfth and Wilson City 2010 South 273 fettrmAittMrlrtKifcj Everywhere INDIVIDUALITY A prediction that 1920 may seo tho recognition of tho Republic of MEGLEMRY-WAR- D Iroland by tho United States was contained In a Now Year's message INCORPORATED cabled to Arthur Grltfllh, acting C03 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE. by Eamon Do Valera. President, Phones 3245, Main or City. LEADERS OP THE "OCUPIERS OF FIUME." Tho messago follows: Col. Cabriole d'Annunzio (without hat), leader of tlio Italian forces "Greotlngs to tho persecuted peooccupying Flume, as ho appeared as an ofllcer of tho Italian air forco. ple of Iroland from tho many milThe famous poet and airman Is hero shown in conteronce with somo of lions of Americans who lovo liberty T. B. YANN DAIRY COMPANY his aides. and admlro people ovorywhoro who XacorporaUA. will not bo denied liberty. Endure BUILDER yet a little while. You will bo VISITATION COMMITTEE. OUR PERFECT VISION GLASSES sustained. Tho year 1920 may seo 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. 2431 MONTGOMERY 8TRKBT tho Republic of Ireland officially Tho campaign for the Visitation Both Phonos 4203 recognized by tho United States Home Phone Shawnee 1010 homo for girls, which is to bo startand then final victory after 750 ed on January 2C, looks llko it will JOHN B. O'LEARY & OO. years. Work and pray, overyone success at this bo an enormous SAM colleagues and self aro doing our Headquarters for date. Chairman Geher and tho duty. Wo send our regards to Executive Commitmembers of tho CONTRACTOR FOB every Irish citizen." COT AND FARM PROPERTY tee are oVorcomo with the support See us about anything la real ALL KINDS OF CONGRKTB WC parish societies havo given that tho BISHOP URGES SUPPORT. estate. We sell, buy and rent. them. Tho weekly meetings of the General Committee are held for tho 1815 S. Tweaty-shr604 W. JEFFERSON ST. St. Tho Right Rov. Bishop Gallaorganizapurpose of perfecting tho Home Phone Shawnee S68 gher, of tho great Dloceso of De- Home Phone City 4464. diocese will tion, so that tho whole Is National Chaplain ot bo covered when tho drive starts Relievo Headaches, Weak Eyes, troit, who BEH POOLEY FOR MONEY. This Dizziness, Distorted Vision;- etc., and tho Ancient Order of Hibernians, the latter part or January. WM. P. BANNON Loans to those having regular Incampaign has tho support of all of make Reading, Sowing or Closo Is enthusiastic in his support of the present movement for tho recog- comes or salary, with no publicity the representative citizens of Louis- Work a pleasure. nition of tho Republic of Ireland. or red tape. Loans to housekeepers ville, as is shown by their attendCONTRACTING PLASTERER Our Graduate Optometrist will Ho says: "Every Hibernian and in their personal security. ance at meetings and tho expression ovory one mako a careful scientific examina- ovory member of tho Auxiliary, and of active support from Brook and Bloom F. R. POOLEY, eyes and present. Tho need of a homo for tion ot yourComfortnblo guarantees every man and woman of our race, Building, City 8380 Glasses. and more than that, every Amer- Room 1, Courier-Journurgent, as Correct and Curab. 8. 158-- 7 Catholic girls hero is ican who loves liberty should aid 410 8. Fourth Street. there Is no placo for working girls Our Club Plan enables you to ob- Ireland now. A Hibernian who of Catholic faith in Louisville tain tho best glasses on a small casn "SOUTHERN STAB" tho Visitation Home, which is deposit and pay tho balanco In con- does not aid tho bond certificate THE VERY BEST drive this month can't call himself entirely too small to caro for the venient weekly payments. SLICED BACON worthy of belonging to tho great many applicants. During tho past NO COLLECTORS NO RED TAPE old organization which wo all "Alt Ready tor Your Griddle la the two years more than 200 girls havo love." Morning" been turned away from tho homo on account of lack of accommoda- KING OPTICAL COMPANY HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE NATIONAL BOARD MEETING. tions, and it is with tho Idea of LOUISVILLE PROVISION OO. overcoming this condition that tho Eyesight Specialists Incorporated National President James E. campaign will bo carried to a sucSOFT DRINKS cessful conclusion. Many are tho 1134 West Market Street, Deery. of tho A. O. H., issued an g official card for a meeting of tho DEAD ANIMALS stories of tho Sisters Home Phone Shawnee 80S National Board of tho A. O. H. and in charge, who toll of tho young Next Door to Zoll's Shoe Store. HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAH) HENRY GOSS Ladies' Auxiliary at Buffalo, N. Y., Catholic girls and others not of that on January IG. Ono of tho princicreed who apply for shelter at tho Itooflnir. Gutterlntr. flnntatlnv Call Home Phone City 721; pal reasons for tho meeting is to homo and aro turned away. Where Tin Roofs Repaired and Palate take special action in reference to Cumb. Phone Mala 721. do they go? Is tho question that Asphalt Shingles a Specialty tho Irish Ropubllc bond certificate confronts all who aro Interested. It BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY LOUISVILLE RENDERING OO. drive, which will closo with a great is not said that they go places they 2Q11 W. Broadway, LonlsvUle, Ky ICE CREAM M'F'R'S. natlon-wld- o offort during tho week should not or that all aro lost benAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES GLOBE 1104 South Seventh Street of January 17 to 2G. cause of tho Visitation Homo not SECURITY & LOAN CO. taking care ot them, but it is a Phone City 6574 Incorporated. All Kinds of Footwear For the great worry on tho part of the supFRIENDS OF FREEDOM. Whole Family A. Lazar, Manager porters ot this Catholic homo for girls when they are obliged to Tho regular monthly meeting of Money Advanced oa Your Plata Net Two HAMBLY'S Stores refuse accommodations to thoso JOHN B. RATTERMAN Robert Emmet Branch, Friends ot uia west jeuerson street who apply. Tho Right Rev. Bishop Irish Freedom, will be held next 20th and Portland. Shaw. 1716 (Second Floor) O'Donaghuo has given his endorseTuesday night In Bertrand Hall, 18th and Magazine City 7164 FUNERAL DIRECTOR Homo Phone City 2967. ment in full to the movement, sayreguSixth and Oak. Besides tho ing In his letter to tho committee: lar business thoro will bo a special "Tho Sisters, havo done a noblo 2114 WEST MARKETj STREET programmo ot real interest and an CHRISTMAS BANKING JNO. P. MORTON & CO work since they have been in charge address. Action will also be taken CLUB of the Visitation Home, and I hope Phonos Shawnee 1243. Cumberland to promoto the sale of the Irish ReINCORPORATED tho pcoplo of Louisvillo will make West 1107a. public bond certificates. All friends START ONE THIS MONTH WITH THE the coming drlvo a great success. woof Irish freedom, both men and Established 1820 - Louisville, K A shelter for pure, clean Catholic men, will receive a cordial welcome. Louisville Bank girls, who have to work hard for OFFICE OUTFITTERS tholr livelihood, is most important." RETURNS TO COLLEGE. Fourth and Central Avcnne, At tho last meeting of tho STATIONERS PIHNTKRs parishes Committee twenty-nin- e Frank L. Borntraegor, who spent Both Phonea 2406 wero represented, and it is expected tho holidays with his parents, Mr. National Roofing Funeral Directors that tho whole city will bo covered and Mrs. Louis Borntraoger, left 00 by thoso present next Thursday Friday to resume Ills studies at Mt. Company evening at the home on Walnut St. Francis College, Floyd Knobs, laoorp orated . Adolph ReatllBger Embalmers. street. Not only aro tho Catholic Ind. Pitch, Coal Tar, Tarrea Felts, men Tit tho city interested in tho KB IN8URANOB , Telephone 1022 Gravel Roofing (A Specialty), success of tho coming campaign, but TORNADO, LIABILITY AND FRANKFORT. the largo representation of ladles $10 ITJQCHK AVHJJVUE PLATE GLASS 124 W. Mala present at the meetings shows that Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Lee and chil128 SOUTH THIRJ STREET Phones City 1250; Mala 1400.1 they aro most anxious to assist In dren, Miss Meda and Master Purcell every way. Leo, of Frankfort, CALL US FOR arrived homo mOPXiE'S PX0VXD8ITT ASIOZA,7Z' Sunday from a week's visit with incorporatea PRESIDENT WILLIAM GODA. Mrs. Lee's mother, Mrs. M. Purcell, Wu Orga&Ued by 6MU.. w auxe in Louisvillo. x, Trinity Council. Y. M. I., held a a Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Foley special election Monday evening to Oa rarattur and Other aal havo been entertaining their chilfill tho vacancy caused by tho inProperty a FOR ALL PURPOSES dren, Mrs. Ben Gabbard and sons, SOWEBT KATBS ability ot Joseph M. Belle to servo of Richmond; Matt Foley, Mrs. Kentucky Consumers Oil Company as President. William B. Goda, ono COLEMAN BUILDINO Foley and daughter, of Detroit, .R. & COR. THIRD AND JBSVSJUOot the most active and onergetlc Mich.,' and Miss Elizabeth Foley, of Louisvillo -- Kentucky Largest Freight Transfer Orhow I'nones workers in the order, was elected In Washington, for tho holiday season. ganization In Louisville wants his stead. PREDICTED. We Tailor Your Coat, Suit, Dress or SRirt PLiIOASING COMPANY ARTHUR A. WILL 008-61- li. ROBERTSON ui - al ox-co- pt EPPING'S heart-breakin- Gen-or- al H. BOSSES SON and South RKUTLINGXS PI Supply. ana and Storage Trucking Moving, Oil and Grease VeU-kaa- fw telegraph Flowers DEERY HEADS DRIVE. President James E. Doory of tho A. O. II., whoso law offices are at 312 Law Building. Indianapolis, has been appointed Stato Chairman for Indiana for the Irish flrivo Republic bond certificate which will closo with the wcok of January 17 to 20. All organizations In tho State should communicate direct with Judge Deery. J. J. Llddy is City Chairman of tho Indianapolis organization. National GOOD NEWS. If You Are an Employer And Need a Girl Worker, OR FINE GOWNS Exquisitely cleaned on short notice. If You Are a Girl Worker And Need a Position ICity 3359 CALL US Main 3359 Men's Clothing Cleaned the government way. We know how! They come back to you sterile and clean. Womin's Activities, national Catholic War Council G57 South Fcmrth St. East Side Fourth, Near Broadway. CAM1LLE DETERT, Employment Bureau. RockingH.C.LBoat Our service helps to knock the bottom out of cost of clothing. Readers of the Kentucky Irlsn American and Catholics throughout tho State will bo rolieved to learn that the Rov. Dean C. J. O'Connell, who has been critically ill at Bards-towIs considerably Improved and hopes aro entertained that his entire recovery will bo not long de- n, "w? TRY 1t Abb V B DYEING Your light colored garments can be dyed by our method, which gives them that newness and freshness so desired by well dressed people. layed. Tho many friends of Rov. Dean John F. O'Dwyer, ot the' Church of tho Good Shepherd, Frankfort, who has been 111 with a cold since bofore Christmas, welcome tho news that ho Is rapidly recovering and will soon resumo his, duties. FntST LEAP YEAR DANCE. Mackin Council Social Club mem- Lbers aro making olaborato prepara tions for tho first Leap Year dance of tho season, to tako placo at tho club house on Friday night, January IC. These dances aro well conducted and are a source of real onjoy-mefor the young pcoplo ot the nt "the PILU THAT WILL" 'LiverPlls C HERB .BT m HENRY N .They work like a charm. IfVery box sold to satisfy or your money refunded. I Fsc Sale by Ywr Druggist ckage. ic ji-omt SWISS Cleaners & Dyers city and tholr friends. Phones 2207 Office 617 Fourth Av. Plant 909 S. Sixth St. a Holy Namo day, last Sunday, was observed with solemn religious ceremony at Holy Namo church, Third and O streets, a large congregatipn attending tho services. Tho Rev, John T. O'Connor, the nasbor. cele- the high mass and preached' Ibrated forceful aad Interesting ' 1 'I : H,k aatll HOLY NAME. suggestion ot a number ot members that the pew rent bo advanced for Sewer aaaiCalrert Plpt.l the ensuing year has been overruled. IBaaaea's Fateat Liddei Pipe for Steata Ceadalti, It was said that while the cost ot ; , tuol, lights and other expenses of Wall Coping-- Drain Tile, Vitrified Brick, tho church havo materially Increas i Fire FreeflasJ, Flae LIbIbe, Ftre Bricil ed, tho wookly collections also havo HLVCKIN COUNCHj. Crate aad Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimaey Tea. Increased to such an extent that Mackin Council, Y. M. I., had an they havo moro than mot tho inj OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. unusually large attendance at the creased expenses ot tho church, so meeting Monday night, when tho that an advanco in tho pew rent Is CUMB. MAIN 307, PHONES CITY J now offlcors wero Installed and a de- not necessary. given President AnWORKS-Thirtee- atk Breoklarldge aad Mint aad Magaalia. t cided send-of- f aad thony McGuiro and his administraREADY FOR PRESS. tion. A number of excellent talks mcotlng, George thq enllvoned Tho general canvass and compilaThornton predicting a great year for tion for tho forthcoming Caron City tho athelotlc activities of tho Directory is now finished and ready It year keys an eduMttom Xk wttl prepare tfeeas fe Itfe. council. Thoro was much applause for tho press. While tho canvass when announcement was mado that was being mado and slnco numbers ST. XAVIER'S .COLLEGE tapwlH m4 AfeBrl Nail SlmMin Trtt Mackin Council had chartered the ot peoplo havo changed thoir placo Or. Uriah Z. Lit sty steamboat East St. Louis for a se- ot residence, theroforo tho notlco 1U W. Broadway, XealiTiUe, Xy. K'& ries ot seven excursions during tbe of corrections, removals, etc., should Conducted by the XaverUa Brothers Ckiropediat 1& .' "sSsw coming soason. bo made within tho next few days. Tl&sslcal, BusIdmi and Scientific 607 teuraea, Preparatory Department. LrK . adThis can easily bo done by letter im:m,mY.:mmm Itarka dressed to tho Caron Directory, 127 Swimming Pool. Well equipped ORPlLNAGE EUCHRE. Term moderate. "T"' YS5 HkLS'Bs Bailtr. jfra. Benjamin, South Third streot. BetkPhc n Tho ladles of tho Sewing Society of St. Thomas Orphanago will glvo APPEALS TO AMERICA. 1i 1 H"H"r'H'-H"a ouchro and lotto at Trinity Hall, T Homo Phono 2550 Baxter and Morton, next Wednesday At tho request of Herbert Hoover, afternoon and ovonlng, and arrange- Cardinal Olbbons has written to Louis A. Broring. D. D.S. ments havo been made to accommo- Popo Benodict asking him to appeal ii date thoso who want to play bridge to tho American peoplo to do every :: or "50Q." Games will bo called at thing possible to alleviate tho suffer2:30 and 8:30 and many valuable ings of tho inhabitants in various articles havo been secured for countries in Europe, particularly '900-90- 1 STARKS BUILDING. prizes. A barrel ot flour and a load Austria Tho Cardinal said Mr. ot coal will bo disposed ot and re- Hoover had paid a visit and: revealfreshments Will be served. ed to him tho truo conditions in Austria. Tho Popo has just con10c, FORTY HOURS. tributed 100,000 llro to a fund which is being raised for tho chilTho Forty Hours' devotions for dren tn tho devastated countries J. 5c . the coming Week will he held in St. and In an encyclical addressed to Vincent de Paul's church, Shelby tho Catholic episcopates throughout and Oak. The services will begin the world he urged that a collection NORTON BUJLDING Cigars with impressive eeremoay aad high he taken' up la all tho churches, to MMwe &Hadeyi?srBlBg, ceatlauiag which the eoatrlbutlons were libIN. W. Fourth' ) your business. Do you know wo have from 18 to IS outside clerks located right at the various depots to take caro ot your wants? We are the authorized and bonded transfer men tor all railroads at Louisville. ls - NEW ALBANY. Tho Rov. Charles Curran, pastor of Holy Trinity church, New Albany, in his annual report to tho congregation last Sunday, stated that tho I M. J. BANK9N, FmWwt tsd;MiMir. P. IANN0H, JR., Vice Prat, art Trots. 6. IP. BANNON PIPE CO. fe $!$&& 77't. J 4 j J 373-178- !a)jeiiee8ee)eajeea)a3a ! e-- CORNS.BUNIONS Oymns-iluro- t'"" r 11 SMOKE ITARPY'S Lady Dash Little DENTIST FRED ERHART ARCHITECT Cirnir L IBest Hadct TaMdary-'Ji- ?' eral.-. , - iiJftrs0fi A 3 a cijsrir u oicV AJWOH3fcXJ5-AJ- c . THE PEOPLE WILL PAY FOR MfsTAKE. knights OF COLUMBUS jBAcraasos We Qive and Redeem Surety Coupons. Late Newt That Will Interest Members Here and HERMAN STRAUS SONS J I! We Qive and Redeem Gold Trading; Stamps. N f A Boston Knights havo found work for 10,404 returned fighters. St. Mary's Council, Grand Island, DO YOU KNOW ASOU7 OUR Neb., has sot a new club house as tho goal for this year. WHEN YOU CAN SAVE? THE BIG With tho ladies present, tho sixteenth annual banquot of tho Knights at Rushvlllo, Ind., was the best ever given. Indianapolis Council tendered an ' V, " elaborate dinner at tho Claypool to tfuy' l. all sailors of Indiana who havo re: A Convenient and Dignified Method of Purchasing turned from servlco. sure recKlcs , II wnrnp Household Requirements on Deferred Moro than 24,000 former Borvico SALE FOR MEN CUTS HIGH COST. ffl5P Kh$ 3 with men havo been placod In jobs duru' Payments, ing tho past soven months by tho Ipeoples money. fn wlM $3.00 Union Salts $2.80. $3.50 Union Suits $2.70. an Now York City K. C. employment Splendid quality of heavy ribCoopor's spring needlo cotton J TUm rtntitanrlincrO features of this method are its :: bureau. " bed cotton; comes in cream or rib; whlto or cream color; sizes Z d. Mombers say tho recent initiation white, slzqs 36 to 46; $3.00 qual- o io u; td.ov quaiuy; aionaay I convenience in making purchases without any consid at Lebanon, when sixty candidates ity; Monday, special suit.. $2.30 special $2.70 received tho three degrees, was tho of buying on ; ; The advantage ; erable outlay of cash. $4.00 Wool Mixed Union $3.00 Wool Mixed Shirts and most successful ever held In Marlon Suits $2.80. Drawers $2.80 county. ; ; the Club Plan during our various sales AT SALE Famous Glastonbury mako; Bristol make; heavy gray, Nearly 170 new mombors entored goods to a cash PRICES. Whatever is the price of the wool mlxod; theso garments aro flno heavy gray; wool mixed: tho order during Decembor at Utica, known for their softness and nonshrlnkablo; sizes up to 50; 9 N. Y only a fortnight boforo tho is also the price to a House- - ; ; charge customer,. that comfort; sizes 34 to 46; $4.00 $3.00 quality; Monday spoclal, major degrco was conferred on a Z . 1 7 wi quality; Monday special. ...$2.80 class of 150. customer, i nere is positively no , hold Club flan Bishop Conboy, of Ogdensburg, $3.00 Vclastio Rib Flccco UhIoh $1.50 Cotton Rib Shirts and Drawers $1.25. advance. Suits $2.30. and Judge John W. Hogan, of tho Court of Appeals, will bo honor Tho gonulno volastlc make; Heavy cotton ribbed; ecru or are no "confidential arrangements." It is ; ; There Near Mayor Smith cancels eighteen months contract with the guests at tho opening of tho now white; splendid make; sizes up soft and plenty of comfort; sizes at Watertown, N. Y. to 46; best ?1.50 quality; Mon- up to 46; standard 3.00 seller; conducted upon an open basis with a fixed schedule Home Telephone Company, the public being forced to pay increased club house Regiment ArTho Twenty-thir- d day special $1.25 Monday special $2.80 mory has been secured for tho Long of rates. The first payments aad the monthly pay- - ; phone rates. $2.50 Wool Mixed Shirt and Shirts and $4.00 Chapter charity ball, which Island Drawers $3.30. Drawers $1.70. ments are the same to all. takes placo February 10. Many Heavy gray wool mixture; Famous Glastonbury make; appreciating tho orHIBERNIAN DIRECTORY fino Australian lamb wool; non- - sizes un to 50: S2.50 mmlitv der's war work, aro assisting tho shrlnkablo; sizes up to 50.. $3.30 Monday special $1.70 SURETY COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS committee. DIVISION S. Is Grand Knight Dan Lawler $ Fridays, Hiberaiu making a determined and successful and What They Have Been Doing FirstHome, third 0 Portland. effort to increase tho membership of Loulsvlllo Council another thouBoth Phones 1323 the Fast Week General Auto Delivery President Tim O'Leary. Vice President Walter Murphy. sand boforo his term expires. Ho Mews Notes. hopes to have a class Initiation Financial Secretary John Brod every month. erlck, 1850 Portland avenue. Archbishop Hanna presided over A. Recording Secretary John 212 WEST MARKET STREET. tho exercises opening the San FranDivision 2 at Whiting, Ind., clos- Martin. Every pair of Glasses that wo furnish so thoroughly satisfies tho cisco K. of C. school for demobilized ed the year by Initiating eight now Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. HIGH GRADE COFFEE wearer that he recomendj our service to his friends. We guaranservice men. Moro than 1,200 men mombers. Sergeant-at-Ann- s Martin tee complete satisfaction. and a woman who havo scon overCoffeolb 40c to GOo Fort Wayno Hibernians have forseas service aro enrolled In tho fifSentinel Thomas Noone. Ten, Hi 80c to $1.25 mulated their plans for the coming Superior Deep Curve Lenses, with any mounting in stock, teen courses. Coco, lb Irish liberty bond drive 40o $4.50 case and cord complete Buklni; Powder 30c to OOo A meeting of the National Board 7Gc Extra Small Shelltex Rims; AVELCOMH SERVICE WOMEN DIVISION 4. Extract, partubo 30o of the Ancient Order and Ladies' We fill your oculist's prescription or duplicate your old lenses. Monday PIo Filling 25o Auxiliary will bo held at Buffalo on Meets' second and fourth street. William J. McGinley, Supremo Bertrand Hall, Sixth 25o Etrff Mitt ISO eggs for 25) No charge for examination. January 1G. Secretary of tho Knights of ColumPresident John J. Barry. Tho Ladles' Auxiliary at bus, returned to Now York after a SetaifitrRtltevmf Vice President Mark J. Ryan. Ind., has honored Miss through tho country to Recording Secretary Lawrence swing San Francisco Inspecting and Maymo Doylo with tho Presidency tho from D. Meany. tor tho coming term. work of tho K. of C. chain of supFinancial Secretary Thomas J. plementary schools being establishdePhiladelphia Hibernians aro ed for veterans of tho war and civtermined that their sale of Irish Re- Langan, 2114 Hale avenue. For Your Savin Government Protection. Treasurer-r-Jo- bn F. Burke. public bond certificates will go far ilians. He was present at tho openSergeant-at-Arm- s Con- ing of tho fiftieth K. of C. school in Patrick over tho $1,000,000 quota. More than 35,000 Bank Accounts, representing 100,000 people with a total San Francisco, of which ho says: deposit of more than 10,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by the National President Deery heads nolly. Sentinel M. J. McDermott. "In San Francisco I was present people of Louisville at this safe, conservative the Irish Republic bond drive In bank. 611 Si Fourth Are. Louisville. JQf while 1,000 students wore being en Indiana, and expects to put tho Hooslors far over their quota. to permit the compilation of such rolled. Tho thousandth scholar was UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND No person can Miss Monica Clary, formerly a nurso Hibernians everywhere will bo ac- general statistics. Republic bo harmed In any way by furnish- at Baso Hospital No. 30, at Royat, tive in disposing of Irish She is tho first woman bond certificates, and it is oxxpocted ing the information required. The France. K. of Louisville will not be found lagging census has nothing to do with tax scholar to enroll In a courso C. in ation, with military or Jury servlco, school, and she selected a behind. to supatThe County Board and Ladles' with the compulsion of school im- stenography and typewritingdomestic Where the borne plement her work as a Where work Is' qaickly Auxiliary of Cincinnati had a very tendance, with tho regulation of Knights will brightest ; dose j successful installation of county and migration or with the enforcement science specialist. Tho saw all dther division officers at an enthusiastic of any national, State or local law welcome overseas or womdn who Where the work Where cooking seems in this country There need bo no service meeting Monday night at tho Gib- or ordinance lightest; real faa; fear that any disclosure will bo as auxiliaries to our fighting forces." son Hotel. any individual perWhere the meal Where baking gives de presentation of a magnificent mado regarding The CATHOLIC LAY ACTIVITY. cooked beet; Ughtj emblem containing a gold map of son or his affairs. For the due proBy a financial connection which offers a complete service, Where the raage staads Where dredge Is est ef tho Emerald Islo to retiring County tection of tho rights and interests of of papers on persons furnishing information "An tho sight the test including in addition to the usual functions of deposit and President William J. O'Brien fea- ovory omployo of the Census Bu Catholicexcellent series is tho verlay activities" last regular Mm where tho That's That's where abroad, including X tured the at Sacramento. meeting of reau Is prohibited, under heavy pen- dict passed by Father Hudson 'in ; loan complete arrangements for travel Division 1 "Quick Meal" comes 'Quick Meal" eomes alty, from disclosing any Informa- Ave Maria on a series of articles ; ; Letters of Credit, Travelers' Checks, Steamship Tickets Tho Loulsvlllo Ladles' Auxiliary tion which may thus como to his prepared IB. la. by tho - Rov. Albert has had a very successful year un- knowledge" Muntsch, S. J., of St. Louis Univor-hlt; ; ana rveservauons. Qalek Meal Gas Raaga Sold, Installed aad Highly IUcemnaadad der the leadership of Mrs. D. J. St. Louis, for tho press bullo-ti- n Tho work of taking tho census Dougherty, who will make an ear- will begin January 2, and all perPnvlncr r1ivirlnrla nnrl r nnnnnq. trnnsfftrrlncr nnd recrister service of tho Central Bureau of nest effort to the Cfe Theso articles vt ship during the double 1920. member- sons are urged to answer cheerfully tho Central Society. and amplified, year W. MARKET ST. ' ' inor srnrlc- or rnrnornlinns. . a and accurately all inquiries and have been ' Acting President O'Leary surprispd the mako tho undertaking successful. and havo now been published in as Executor, Trustee, Guardian or any fiduciary mombers of Division 3 at tho spepamphlet form by tho Central Bucapscny. Mavising in matters or investment, i axaiion or , cial meeting Thursday night when reau. In addition to a sound stateREOEXT DEATHS. he announced that tho Hibernian ment of tho basis on which tho lay Management of Real Estate. Homo was now and apostolate should rest and of the all rentals could bo applied to of Wednesday morning tho funeral motives and nims by which it should that ten years old, i the small floating debt. Tim Is an was Louise Whalen, Joseph's church. bo guided, Father Muntsch shlws St. executivo of the first class and will Sho held from daughter "of Edward tho need of lay activity and outlines 1529 WEST MARKET STREET bring his division into tho front and was thoWhalen, 1965 Payne a number of important tasks to bo Mary rank before tho expiration of his street, to whom is tendered the undertaken. Tho pamphlet, which Columbia Building Fourth and Main. ;; torm. is valuable for individual reading, sympathy of many friends. for study clubs, fir meetings of so ENJOY DINNER DANCE. Monday morning the last tribute cletlcs as a basis for short instruc addresses, City U9. was paid to Charles N. Cutler, aged tive and inspirational Mala JIS9-Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Howard, 3033 sixty-onat St. James church, of sells at six cents per copy. Copies VVVVVVVVVVVVvyVyy1yvvvVVVvyvvV South Fourth avenue, entertained which; he was a respected member. may bo procured from tho publishi a number of tho younger set with Ho was" a retired employe of tho ers, Central Bureau of tho C. V t a dinner danco at their homo in American Express Company and re 201 Tcmplo building, St. Louis. i t celebration of tho sixteenth birthat 2146 Alia avenue. Besides t day anniversary of thoir daughter, sidedwidow, Mrs, Nellie Cutler, he WOULD TLUCIC GOOSE. his t Miss Marguerite Louise Howard. leaves a daughter, Mrs. Philip J. fcEmbalmor t t Covers were laid for Misses Mary Sandman; a Elstor, Mrs. M. J. t, It appears that Lloyd Georgo and t L. Whitty, Josophino Smith,. Myrtle 9 LOUISVnjLS, KX, E. CHESTNUT and a brothor, Dexter Cutlor, Clemenceau are willing to accept t Adams, Louise Smith, Catherine Greencastle, Ind. t any reservations America is desirCasteol, Margaret Hickoy, Alice ous of making in tho Leaguo of NaWoolens, Silks, Georgette,Crepe de VWtiWWViWitWWWWWWWHWWWWVitWWWmwWW Clasby, Lcola McDAniel, Marguerite Funeral services of Charles J. tions schomo so that tho treaty can i uuKma Howard; Messrs. Winfleld Gordon, Bowman, HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971-- r o SOAP WORKS years old, wore bo ratified. As a matter of fact, Chine and All Dainty Materials. O. E. Bruce, Robert Evans, WilIAMVU held Monday afternoon with inter- whatever Amorlca would ask from t m liam Hussio, Earl Williams, James ment In St. Louis cemetery. this timo she could obFor Clasby, Sanders, Lewis Arthur yearb he was engaged in tho gro- tho Allies atFrance and England aro YOUR GROCER .HAS IT.' tain. Both Payne, Ed. McDonough, P. Huntley cery trembling on tho vergo of national and Mesdames J. W. Whalen, M. North businessh and resided at 833 bankruptcy and cannot afford to exThirty-fourtstreet. Ho is MAGIC-HELLE- R Coleman, Clasby, E. Catherino of from tho widow, Owen Tegart and P. J. Tegart, of survived by his two sons, Mrs. Eliza- clude America America Is council the gooso INCORPORATED Benjamin tho nations. beth Bowman; Now Albany. and Lewis Bowman, and four daugh- with tho golden egg and both Franco and England would like to ters, Mrs. E. B. Stern, Mrs. L. KNIGHTS GIVEN MEDALS. and Misses Martha and Cath- bo in a position to rob tho nest, particularly the latter, which finds erino Bowman. St.Ed ward's Commandory, Knights herself not only unablo to pay tho You'll Never Mnlco a Mistake In Ordering Our of St. John, and St. Theresa's AuxInterest on her borrowed money but News iliary held their joint installation cf morning of tho death on Sunday unablo to ralso by taxation of Rosa Horbergor, of officers Tuesday night in Holy Trin- aged thirty-eigh- t, Miss was the amount required for current recoived with .! ity Hall, Now Albany, tho ceremoTho financial outlook of oxpresalons of deep sorrow through- oxpenses. Bas the Quality. For Your Now Homo' nies being witnessed by a largo It England could hardly bo worse. gathering of friends and families of out St. Martin's congregation, of Turn whichever way sho will tho Ss Co). John Braun, which she was a most jlevout and the members. outlook is gloomy. Sho cannot go INCORPORATED Commander of tho Seventh Indiana sxemnlaiy amember. For years sho on spending at tho present rato generous friend of tho had was tho installing ofllcor, poor, boon district, BROOK AND A STS. her crdlt is exhausted, and missed. and G. E. Weinmann delivered a Sho isby whom sho will bobrothers, can not curtail oxponses without survived by four stirring and patriotic address. Major Peter, Henry, 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Fred and William sacrificing her commercial position Louis Husson presided and presenta- Horbergor, and two sisters, Mrs. and thereby Impairing hopolessly to members of the Georgo tion of medals her ability to moot hor obligations 33ca.slxx.osa commandory who served in tho war Rolling. Elchhorn and Mrs. Herman in tho futuro. Funeral services woro hold was a feature of the evening. Men who received medals aro William Wednesday morning. MEMORIAL TO PRESERVE. Zimmerman, Frank Earl, Frank rixorrjG&s. ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF (Incorporated) "THE OLD ARMORY" Tho funeral of Mrs. Catherino Taller, Frank Lutz, Arthur Flyrin, Frank P. Walsh, Chairman of Prank Kupforor, Herman Zimmor-man- Lanahan, wlfo of R. S. Lanahan, tho American Commission on Irish SOUTH SEVENTH STREET -Home City 299S X Mala 200S-- a who died at her homo, 2227 Bank Independence, replying to numer- LCumb. Itudy Buchheit, Frank Georgo street, lato Sunday, was hold Tues ous inquiries corcerning Ropublic Andrew Allenbrant, H"ifrl"K AUTOMOBILES STORED AND WASHED Hoss, Clarence Buchheit, Frank day at St. Cecilia's church. Besides of Iroland bond certificates, exALL MEN Hi CHAISE EXPERIENCES. SKMU ATTENTWH T9 THEATER STBRABE 25 CTS. - her husband, Mrs, Lanahan is sur- plains that tho proccduro is very Hess and Frank Itltz. Tho committoo In charge of arrangements in vived by a eon, Charles P. Lanahan; simple. Tho name of tho individ- -3VIclrx cluded John Connolly, Frank Hlnko-bol- two daughters, Mrs. C. D. Smith and ual subscribing will bo incorporated Ben Freeman, Joseph Volgner, Mrs. Elmer Bunch1, and throe sisters, in tho certllcato, and certifiFrank Hallor, Clement BIr, Miss Mrs. John Shipp, Mrs. Alec Canoza cates will all be Issued tho from his Mary Kraus, and Miss Minnie Lonaro. Alico Hinkeboln, Mrs. office, signed by President Do Mrs. Mary Becht and Miss Elizabeth and countersigned by one of Mrs. Francises. Kamber, beloved HARVEY-JELL1- C0 Woinmann. the clerks of Dall EIroann. No wifo of Louis Kamber, died at the certificates, oxcept AL. S. SMITH, PROP. thoso so signed, family residoncp, 1218 Lydla UNITED STATES CENSUS. Tho societies Sunday afternoon. Besides her are genuine.Iroland various bear (XNCORTOXATX) friendly- to should this Will-laIn his proclamation for the tak- husband, four sons, August, Kam- detail carefully in mind, out of ro- Benedict and Domlnlck ing of tho United States census, and the Service. gard for tho natural desire of their The Company With the lust received by Charles L. Barker, ber, and a daughter, Mrs. Leo to havo Funeral sorvicos individaul mombors preserve his or survive. Supervisor for tho as her certificate to Famous Black Joe. Lump Coal from Eastern Kentucky. $7.00 Kentucky, President Fifth district of wore held Wednesday morning at momorial of this splendid outpour- a ' BOTH PHONES 810. Wilson says: St. Elizabeth's e&urch. per tea delivered; $6.00 per ton at yards. "Tho solo purposo of the census ing of support for tho purposes and Imw Yard at First and A. la if aAn.ivA bUUBLi ataffatti.t 1UIU4- - I ideals of tho people of Iroland. .O OUVU.U .iinA.al OiatlOblUf. Yards loeated at Fifteenth SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE ST5 1 matlon regarding the population and Redlnsete styles are wade in Records of the names of subscrib''' Yard aad Btevater, Pope aad Payne Streets. resources of the country asd replies etrlctly ia Bread ers will be Kent in New York, are required iron maiTiauaie aiy ckum sjhi twwn Paris and Dublin, k Phenee at All Yards. WHY NOT BUY I I Household Club Plan? I ----- That other JWM " S. W J Jrl UNDJERWEAR 4 1 3 ! I 3 oora .. Ail-Wo- ol HIBERNIANS. 1818-182- Satisfaction In Eyeglasses JOHN M. MULLOY Shee-han- . Loo-goote- o, LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK gU.S. sixty.five-year-old tW&t4&M44&WW&$&&&&6W44$ I BEGIN THE NEW YEAR! Where the QuicK Meal Comes In RIGHT ! f y, . j... (lEHEK SON, Fidelity and Columbia Trust Co. THOMAS KEEN AN T. e, HI n & JBTOR WASHING UE SOAP WORKS Funcralj Director and Over-stree- 717-71- c flfty-nin- J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. BY XAAAkkkA!fittkAkAAkiiAkAAktA Oes-trl- ch - LUMBER oo. 3em:ei o. JONBS BLUE GRASS GARAGE 535-37-39-- 41 one-ha- lf 822 Eo.t JSXalrji street. &wvWwtwvvvytvwwti . M' bo-cau- so DOUGHERTY & McELLIOlT Now Open For Funeral Directors and Embalmers ! n, both o ht, IHHIIMIIMHHmilttHllllllluI City 8-3CO- rHOIE& 1040 n, sjejf Va-Ie- ra GRAN W. SMITH'S SON Director sss)es)es)'. Emhaimerj COAL CO. avo-nu- e. - m, Col All-gei- Funeral and aud-Magnoll- fcW 1 uMwirees 3 V - f tttMtMtSMtT8TTlt I 0 n