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NOMt UK MMtl Lwfcrllli Every Driver an cort, Tuktt I Trawftr V Incorporated VOLUME XLIV. NO. 3. PRICE FIVE CENTS. s Pnnnrv In trin nnor Will Jin nnttr ers: "Seo that placo ovor thoro, that Installed tho nowly olectod officers ' power bo ablo to act as impartially, of Division 4, A. O. H.. Monday little church mission why that us wisely una as ouicienuy as itomo evening In Bertrand Hall with a used to bo a wlcfcod. danco hall unC. B. of C. V. did? splondld attendanco of mombors. til WE SHUT IT f DOWN." As old Financial reports for tho year wero Marsh Henri wdtild say? "Good JOIN LEGION POST. read and tho division treasury shows gosh, said tho woodcock, and away a nico balanco for tho term. Talks ho flow." Tho 'wonderful part of this mado on tho proposed drivo Tho "Bmall talk" and "Idle gos- John Bull Out to Collect Income That Irish Republic Bond Certillcato werotho sale of Irish bonds by Presi- Enlist Aid of Democratic Senator to Is how could the Board of Safety Tho Far Reaching Tax for sip" that has been going tho rounds Chairman toll this without laughing' -- Savo Morrow aad Ills Importance of tho From Workers to British Cawpalgn Is Actively la dent S. J. McElliott, Daniel Mcin ino laco oi ms iicarcrs. ino pjace about tho American Legion bolng Carthy, Thomas Kqenan, Mark Machine. Truo Papacy. pointed out by Burllngamo was Progress Isles. against labor, and and Ryan and others, all predicting that George Bicrod's old place, and was and all that kind ot tho Hibernian order would make a closed during Mayor ncad'a admin, thing Is tho most unjustified prat-tl- o good showing throughout tho counten years ago. istrntton, 1010, that has over try. Colored Republicans in tho Saddlo As all know tho present administraExemplar of the International Court among tho Americanbeen circulated Notloo Served on Our Men Whe Is to Make- tho Cam-- " Uniform Dcsiro poople. It Is tion began Dccomher. 1017, yet Paul y tho duty of overy good American to Given by Church of Machine and HOME FOR WORKING GIRLS. palgn Very Thorough and Cared for British Soldiera had tho pall to try and get away sit down on that kind of stuff and With tills for Iilfty delegation of gosRomo. Doing Bidding. Efficient. urgo tho soldier boys everywhere to and Sailors. Tho last general commltteo meet pel cxhortcrs. How gullible ho must Join tho posts of this great organizaing for tho Visitation Home cam havo thought this bunch of aalntly tion. Thoro is also in existence tho palgn was held Thursday evening men? It does soom llko Dr. E. Y. World War Veterans, with a largo attendance. Chairman Mulllns, Dr. E. L, Powell and others What Is Now Being Attempted In American o good which Is organization, but In Joy Riding With Secretary In Japaa Protestant Friends of Ireland Qohor presided and almost overy Paul Burllngamo Pulla Off Hugo of tho ministers who woro present our Judgment thero ought to bo only parish was represented. A bureau Joko at Expcnso of Ministerial Practice During Middle wouldn't lot Paul hand out that , Swamped With Demands for Plcasnnt Surpriso For Our ono organization and that tho Leof speakers was appointed by tho lino of guff about Smith's adminisgion. Ages. Speakers. Association. Chairman consisting of Messrs. Gobs. tration Just closing Blorod's. Rev. Father Francis A. Kelloy, of Clines and Cooney, who will furnish Chances aro If they go back again Troy, N. Y., tho horolc National speakers for any parish mooting that our Board of Safety Chairman will Chaplain of tho Legion, has Just isIs to bo hold In tho interest or tno this administration tell drive. Tho first mooting of this POLICE.MAN GOOD MOTORMAN. closedthem that OF FREEDOM. sued a strong circular from Indian- NATIVES LEADING CITIZENS VOLUNTEER. down the! Louisiana lottery PRESERVATION WERE COURTEOUS, apolis headquarters, wherein ho says kind was hold at tho school hall ot and tho Turf Exchange. Howover. in part: tho Church of Our Lady In Porttho Kentucky Irish American will "Tho American Logion is a land on Tuesday evening, at which give tho ministers a tip to got even. organization, it is Fred Lcozor wa3 elected tho Chairon Men of learning, lovers of peace, Democratic nor Republican, neither Commission Tho proceedings of tho Kentucky Ask Mr. Burllngamo to take them Tho American John Bull is out to collect an but is man and C. A. Villler Vlco Chair- Stato Senate exposed to tho rear window ot tho City Hall have long been seeking to crcato an 100 per cent. American. It will for this week fully tax from all tho ropresonta- Irish Indopendenco aro now ablo to man. Talks in tho Interest of tho o tho sham pretensions of "reform" and ask him why tho Federal which should bo superior ever keep from potty politics and nvea oi tno Kingnts of Columbus give tho assuranco that tho bond coming campaign wero mado by men raided Pcto Wcrmclstcr's Institution mado by tho Hort Republican mato tho sovereign States, not so much potty politicians, but it will see to who served for a period of six certlflcnto campaign 13 actively in Mrs. Geo. Burkloy and MIsse3 Corsaloon. Just twenty feet from tho in political power or authority as it that whatovor legislation is pass- months or moro In tho British Isles, progress all over tho country. Tho coran and Byrne, who enthused chine and tho friends of "Howdy City rear entrance nnd Central in the realm of Justlco and right. ed is for tho benefit of all tho citi- rho tax Is sought under a provision' Morrow wero forced to nail work of organization is farther ad- tholr hearers with their recitals of Ed" Pollco Station, whero nnd ttho Iaw that specifically states vanced in somo States than in the work of tho Homo for Working In his means to savo hl3 faco early detectives report dally.200 pollco why If two quarreling individuals, wo zens of tho Unltod States." Ask him No one administration. In addition to tho National Chap- that any persons temporarily la have been told timo and tlmo again, others, but in nil thero aro city Girls, and tho meeting endorsed tho knows It took tho Federal authorities to must bo content to lay tholr causo lain's statement wo might quote tho Britain for six months and moro, what promises or methods of committees actively engaged in tho drivo, promising all tholr support. persuasion wero used to wean a nrrest this man 'for selling whlskv beforo a court whoso Judgmont they beautiful preamble to tho constitu- desplto tho fact their sojourn was preparation of lists and tho recruit- Father O'Connor mado a stirring adDemocratic Senator away from his under tho noses of his big force of aro bound to nccept, two nations, tion of tho Legion adopted at tho only temporary, nrb liable to tho ing of workers. Ab might have been dress pledging his undivided atten- party, but tho end must havo Justi- Keystono pollco nnd dectcctlvcs. two States should also find it pos- national convention at Minneapolis. tax. Tho tax is levied upon salexpected, tho most rapid progress tion. A similar meeting was held been mado in thoso States where at St. James parish hall, Father fied tho means, as Morrow was Thoy could further oven tho scoro sible to submit their controversies Surely this ought to appeal, to all aries, profits earned while in tho has British Isles and upon all remitthoro bavo been numerous meetings Wlllott urging his parishioners to afraid to faco tho music. Tho story by asking Paul w,hy thoro havo boon to somo tribunal. Wo havo long Americans who lovo tho Republic: "For God and country wo asso- tances sent to them from countries during tho past year, where thero rally to tho support of tho Sisters goes that tho Democratic Senators no arrests In tho murder case ot been familiar with such arguments nt the Father would havo him como boforo tho tho young army, lieutenant arrests and with efforts directed towards ciate ourselves together for tho fol- outsldo. Tho incomo tax lovy was has been plontlful publicity, and of tho Visitation Homo. whero tho various societies friendly Hconan, Prior of tho Dominicans, Leglslaturo and tell of the 3G4 use- Seventh Avenuo Hotel; no at Hur- creating an institution which would lowing purposes. To uphold and discussed by Edgar A. Sharp, Comnegro embody tho wishes of thoso earnest- dofend tho constitution of tho United missioner for the Kinghts of Coto tho Irish causo have been active. appointed a commltteo of twenty-flv- o less Jobs ho promised ho would abol- for tho murdeirof tho representatives of his parish. ish when making his campaign ley Popo's colorpd saloon; no ar- ly seeking after roliof from tho evil States of America; to maintain law lumbus In Great Britain. "Tho SurIn such places it was only necessary to namo a campaign periou ana mo and they report tholr congregation speeches. Not only Morrow, but tho rests for tho plmbllng murder nt thoy strivo to overcomo; such wishes and order; to fostor and porpotrato veyor of Taxes Is out to collect from campaign organization required pro- being ready for canvass. Tho Vicar Hort machlno leaders woro also Fifteenth and Prentice and so on have been expressed long beforo tho a iuu per cent. Americanism; to overyono of onr mon wim nn uni.i duced itself with surprising speed. General, Father Cronln, has always afraid that tho Democratic majority and so forth. 'That would offset world war. Whether wo deslgnato preserve tho memories and Incidents under tho six months or moro clause. r, been tho institution aimed at an interna of our association In tho great war; ivnora mo total Incomo is 130 a staunch supporter of tho would havo forced tho passago of tho Blorod hoax,? It did not take long to learn, The Kontuckyllrlsh American has tional court, an International court to Inculcate a sense ot Individual pounds there is no tax payable. that this desirable condition Homo for Working Girls, and his "reform" measures advocated by often explained jthat tho reason of of arbitration, a court of nations or obligation to tho community, Stato Whore tho total Incomo amounts to does not oxlst in tho samo degreo of hopo is that "tho campaign will go tho Republicans boforo tho election, but which havo been put to sleep our poor street car service could bo a lcaguo of nations' court is of no and nation; to combat tho autoc- 700 pounds tho tax Is paid on G30 perfection In every State, with tho over tho amount asked for. Somo of tho cases that tho Sis- Blnco. Tho Ropubllcan bosses wero charged up to j tho fact that tho consequence; tho important consid- racy of both tho classes and tho pounds." Commissioner Sharp said result that tho work of preparation y ma$hlno had drafted a eration is tho basic Idea, and all masses; to mako right tho master that notice of tho liability of tho has had to bo undertaken from tho ters havo to handlo aro most heart- not willing to oven havo these bills beginning, and thoso in chargo havo rending, but all true. Mary Evans called out ot a commltteo whore lot of "yap" mqformon and conduc- friends of pcaco aro of ono mind of might; to promoto peace and wolfaro workers who took caro of good will on earth; to safeguard British soldiers and sailors with tho sister aro tho their hand would bo exposed, so tho tors for pollco, nnd tho reason for concerning that. asked for tho delays they feel to bo and her necessary to enable them to perfect oldest of n family ot seven children Democratic Senator, whom Senator tho reign of crime is that tho aforeWhat is now being attempted, and transmit to posterity tho prin- samo caroful attention that was beleft orphans by tho death ot their Harris designated as a companion said motormen and conductors mako what now looms up liko a Fata ciples of Justlco, freedom and democ- stowed on our own boys wns served their machinery. Tho uniform to Judas Iscartot and Benedict Ar- Keystono poljcehjon. Tho Smith ad- Morgana deceivingly near at hand racy; to consecrato and sanctify our upon him but recently. A great is to mako tho campaign very father and mother during tho epidemic last fall at Clark-so- nold, was "persuaded" to voto with ministration has, ruined tho pollco has been realized centuries ago; tho comradeship by our devotion to mu- many of tho K. of C. men havo thorough and efficient onco it is unlong loft tho British Isles and thoro Thoy had no relatives, their tho Republicans and savo tho oxposo department nnd jstrcct car scrvlco nt nations of occidental Europo had tual helpfulness." dertaken. Tho Kentucky Irish American has is a very remote chanco that thoy'll Probably tho most forward in tho parents having died with tho "flu," of Morrow and Hert's machine. Old one swoop. Horo Is an Illustration such an institution in tho Middlo matter of preparation aro tho terri- and tho neighbors wore afraid to "Howdy Ed" four flushed about which Councilman Harry Volz and Ages In tho Papacy. And If at already urged all our soldier boys over bo ablo to collect tho tax from tories around New York and Phila- go near thorn for two days. They breeders, etc., on tho Racing Com- his street car Investigation commlt- present a really effective interna- to Join tho Logion. It thero is any- u,es men- - Ho a's declarod that delphia. Tho active boroughs of woro without help until Father mission and keeping tho commission teo might consldpr, nnd it is verified tional court is being spokon ot as thing wrong in any of tho now posts all tho men under his command Greater Now York, as is well known, Helling heard of their case, when out of politics and then appoints by tho numbers given In tho ac- tho greatest and loftiest and most go in and set them right. Tho na- wero subject to tho American incontain moro people of Irish de- ho had tho younger children sent to two machlno Republicans from tho count: Portland avenuo car No. beneficent social institution, then tional organization Is not responsi- come tax whllo abroad. Tho Comn..- scent than are to be found in many tho Orphans' Home, but thero was mountains whero horso breeding 1011 Monday ntJ12:30 became stall- theso samo characterizations apply ble for tho mistakes mado by now missioner nlnvpri Tins tn n Southern or Western States com- no place to send the two older girls and racing i3 an unknown quantity. ed at Thirteenth and Main. How with equal force to tho labors of tho posts and Inexperienced men. Tho shlng in London, maintained tho ox- lunsivo bined. In these five boroughs evory except tho Visitation Homo, which Another bill which was advocated to start It again, was Greek to tho Papacy in tho interest ot peaco and Legion Is great and big and now. which woiraro work of tho K. of C. g ombraced England, Scotland. It will correct any errors that aro of the nations. election district now has its chosen was crowded as usual. When Sister by Morrow and tho Republican motorman and conductor. But for- the ji. Tho tlmo from Leo III., who on mado as it goes along. May it grow Ireland and Wnlnn. nmi tm, leader, and most of them have their Mary Gertrude heard of their plight bosses before tho election is doomed tunately eevoralof our Keystono poprecinct leaders chosen and at work. she told Father Helling to send tho to bo kept under cover and that is lice wero aboard and thoy camo to Christmas day in tho year 800 in power and strength and abovo all rectlng genius who mado tho activ Charlemagno Emperor, In Americanism of tho right kind ities on tno oruor so popular among Tho samo Is truo in tho Now Jersey older girls in and sho would takq tho repeal ot tho primary law. This tho bat right away with solutions crowned the men of tho American army and What elso oould be change of front is ennsed by tho fact for. tho troublqjsbut their sugges- down to tho end of the relim of which Is Its basic principle and navy. , ,. cporh of'the -Moundatlon.. oasuu done they wero our kind and they that tho colored Republicans served tions of "Try"'your roveWaT-,ana lownu 01 uoaneciicuu Tho glamor of tho Orient "gets' upon Philadelphia, whero organiza- had to havo sholtor. They now oc- notice on tho y machlno etc., woro wasted on tho now street greatest Influenco of tho church on .. US Of tho nfTnfn Wnot BnmA ELECTIONS IN IRELAND. tion has also been perfected down cupy tho attic room at tho homo, that they wouldn't stand for it. The car mon. Tho motorman ot No. 992 tho political life of tho nations. thero wero moro than a thousand to tho smallest electoral unit, tho with Just a bed and plenty of bed colored voter knows full well that gave up and said ho'd "bo goldarn-od- " Again and again during that period Tho first local elections slnco tho on the South Dakota look forward cities and towns of Pennsylvania aro clothes, as tho chimney is in such a he could not havo much chanco in a If ho could mako tho thing go. Emperors and Kings laid their quarrapidly completing their plans. In bad fix it will not permit a firo be- convention and tho Ropubllcan Hero's whero our hero comes on rels at tho feet ot tho Popo and ac- beginning of tho war woro held all to visiting tho East, but when we other States, as for example New ing mado in tho grato. Don't you bosses wore told that a convention tho scone. Patrolmen No. 188 camo cepted his Judgment as arbiter; and over Ireland on January 15, and re- But moro wo una it lonesome, too much for our constituNebraska, think you should Interest yourself would keep them from selecting to tho rescuo, taking tho motor-man- 's Innumorablo cases aro rocorded ot markable Interest Is attached to Hampshire, Vermont, nt Mm C...I. t- Idaho, Now Mexico, word has been In a home that docs so much for so colored representatives In districts placo on tho front of tho car, their coming to Romo for a settle- them because they will show tho tions. Tlin received that they aro all ready to many girls at tho smallest possible Uko tho Tenth ward, which Is 80 and amid tho huzzas and applause ment ot controversies regarding the strength of tho Sinn Foln nartv. kota wero feeling homesick whea start. In other States the Stato and cost? Somo ot tho girls get only per cent, colored. Furthermore the of tho passengers ran tho car all tho investlturo ot prelates and rulers In Irish local government for a long thoy hovo in viow of Yokohama, local chairmen aro debating whether threo or four dollars per week In G. O. P. bosses woro told that the way down Portland avenue. Of matters of property, regarding tho perioa nas ueen conducted by popu- Japan, early in December. They know they will bo ablo to begin the can- tho department stores, nnd they negro voters havo seen a great light courso It looked a little queer to crusades, In cases ot Insubordina- larly elected county, rural, and nobody thero and nobody know must havo clothes for Sunday to go and from now on thoy must bo see n policeman In uniform running tion of spiritual rulers, in the urban district councils. Their com- them. When thev repolvod ni.om vass on January 17 or whether, of various deterrent influ- to mass and look respectable at given seats ot prominence in the a street car and caused much laugh- granting of fiofs, when questions of position is generally a safo guido to leave they didn't anticipate much ences, not least of which Is tho cold least ono day a week. They must party, and that a negro must be ter all along tho lino, hut it only supremacy wero Involved, and in the stato of feeling in tho country, pleasure, not knowing tho language weather, It will bo better to defer bo kept respectable, too, and this Is chosen as tho fourth delegate for proves tho truth of onr argument many other instances, not to men- for the opinion of tho candidates on and fearlncr Hint thn nntdrno tho effort until a slightly later date. what tho Visitation Homo does for tho Ropubllcan national convention that tho "reform" administration tion thoso concerning tho validity tho question of is keen to play host. Bnt they wers In several States tho campaign pe- them. Somo of these girls can not to accompany Gov. Morrow, Bess spoiled a lot of good motormen nnd of marriages, etc. Ono may form generally tho principal factor in tho surprised. Tho first sight they met riod will probably bo in ono of tho pay more than ono dollar per week Hort and Mrs. South. To this tho conductors by trying to mako po- whatovor Judgment of tho Papacy voting. Tho local councils In tho on the docks nt Kamakurnr was not early weeks of Fobruary. for their food and lodging nnd keep agreed. Tho changed atti- licemen out of them. Get mon liko ono will; the epoch from 800 to threo southern provinces thus far a Japanese cop or customs official, Perhaps tho most formidable of clean and pure and upright Catholic bossesof tho colored brother Is seen Ofllcor 188 and his kind back ou the 1303 marks a period of history dur- havo been overwholminElv composed but a gentleman by tho namo of iusey a Knignts of Columbus the difflclltles to be faced arises girls. Would you take a couplo of tude by tho cowed attitude of tho cars and tho street car troubles will ing which tho church put Into prac- of homo rulers of tho old National hero tice what Is now being attempted. from tho fact that it is physically these girls who can not get Into tho local Republican administration and bo solved. ist party. AH local elections woro Secretary. His real namo is Garry impossible to supply tho demands crowded homo and give them as tho pollco havo been instructed to A Supreme-- Judgo of tho typo rep- susponded by tho Government dur McGarrv. of Buffnin Tr v resented by tho Popes of thoso ages, ing tno war, to nrovent nosslblo musical comedy artist who quit tho that aro mado for particular speak- much for one dollar a week? There bo easy on tho negro voters nnd FOURTH DEGREE. who sot bounds to tho ambitions troublo. Meanwhllo tho Nationalist biueu iu inmate i.. ot u. work for ers. If President DoValera could aro two ways for all of us. Ono is mako ns few arrests as possible. In somo way contrivo to multiply tho straight and narrow path and Tho residents of Garvin and Zane and caprices oven of Kings and Em- party has almost disappeared from the men of tho United States In tho Following a banquet at tho perors, would likewise tno scono and his physical exlstenco about fifty tho other Is tho loose, don't caro aro gottlng a touch of that race has Orient. Hearlntr in vin,itrrT. Inn Tuesday evening, at guardian of tho libertybooftho safest taken its placo. the Sinn Feinmom- - that tho South Dakota was in JapanFormerly tho fold it would bo possible, in tho spirit that leads to tho ruin of so equality phase Just now. Negroes nations. Father Raffo delivered course of a month or two, for him many. Don't think that you havo aro dickering to buy tho old Ath- which Rov. on "Americanism," plans Freedom, liberty frequently tho borh of tho local bodies wont out of ese waters, ho hurried over to to appear In person at all tho places dono great wonders when you ralso letic Club building and plant a ne- an address d watchwords ot thoso who seek to office In batches, being Kamakura and was on tho Job wltti woro outlined by Loulsvlllo Assem- overthrow Now public whero his presence Is earnestly de- your family of four or flvo children gro school in a district which 'u 99 bly, K. ot clean sweep a Perfect nronrrammn nf oninrfoin. are ordor C, for tho initiation and precious, priceless gifts, and must elected yearly. of all, afrom tho ad- ment by tho tlmo tho warship ar give them the best you can that and is to bo mado sired. Frank P. Walsh, Harry per cent, whlto, and destroy real fourth degreo exemplification to be bo safeguarded Rov. Dr. Mythen, Rev. Mr. you havo done all of your duty. Of estate at all costs. But ministrators of a whole county to wcu iu mo Japanese port. Ho Rope values for a mile around. hold horo on February 22, Washing- liberty Is not license, or freedom tho administrators of the smallest tho boys you deserve credit if you busy with a throe-daLovejoy, Lindsay Crawford Llam courso Tho attempted "gouge" of carnival, including athletics, feastMellows and othors whoso services raise a Catholic family that will not Homo Telophono Company is the ton's birthday. Father Francis Duf- from all restraint. For first tlmo Ordor Is a still fy, chaplain of tho "Fighting" Irish of liberty and Its helpmate Is child districts. bo on tho system of tho vot- ing, g and everything elso as speakers aro tremendously In de- loso tho faith, but if you aro able hanging fire, and propora wise ing will Now York Regiment, restraint. Such restraint must never tional representation, known as tho that goes to mako up the llfo worth mand, would also find life much you should assist othors not so for- mous chargo of tho Just liko tho fa-It Light Brlgado will bo ono of tho guests at the bo tyranny, whther It bo tho ty- single transforablo voto. This plan living for a Yankeo sailor-oeasier if they could bo in a scoro or tunate Holp tho girls at tho Visi- appears as It soneono has blunder- Washington birthday celebration. fortation, Homo to stay In tho virtuous ranny of tho autocrat ruling by was adopted after a successful ex- eign soil. so' of places at onco. ed, and somo say that near Mayor programme Included a visit His periment In tho town of Sllgo. It Tho Protestant Frlonds of Ireland path tho Sisters mako for them by force or that ot the Jacobin mob. CHURCH DEBT SOCIAL. havo been swamped with demands providing a suitable shelter. Would Smith's statement, In which ho wns History teaches us that occidental gives a chanco for tho representa- to tho greatest Bhudda in Japan willing to forfeit tho people's rights you like to dlo and your Europo enjoyed an unparalleled tion of minorities. Although tho tho great Daibutsu at Kamaknra, havo for speakers ever sinco tho camA ouchro and lotto social will bo measuro of liberty, whllo In tho Sinn Felnors had a largo majority whore tens of thousands of Jnpaneso paign opened, and especially slnco daughter live In tho slum district spilled tho beans. President Jake Isaacs, of that tho arrival of the dologation from of Louisville? That is where tho tho Homo tho lower board, says well given at St. Leo's school hall, HighEmpire nnd later in In Sllgo. all tho parties obtained mako pilgrimages evory year. It is Company might as land Park, on Wednesday, January Russia arbitrary representation. Ono diff- Visitation Homo is located now. It tho northeast corner. Tho object of tho situated on tho Holy Island of Japan Bend out their bills at the old rates 21, afternoon and evening, the fes- Tho chief reason absolutism reigned change was to prevent iculty about this is that Cooto and might havo been all right years ago, for tho Sinn and near It Is tho Cavo of tho Goas. as his board is not In a hurry to tivities' to begin at 2:30 and 8 In development lies Inthis difference Fein from capturing local tho Ulstor clergymen move rather but not now. If tho Sisters wero shove tho tho bodies Thoy got on good terms tho "gougo" bill through. It o'clock. Thoro will bo useful and tho West had tho Popo, fact that wholesale, but Its chief opponents geisha girls tho K. of C. with actslowly, and thqro is natural reluc- not thoro and tho Blessed Sacra-momen and tho Is hoped that when tho measure is attractive awards, refreshments ot East did not. Tho logic of ing as chaporons. wor not thore what redeeming tance, with tho spirit of fair play at Tho girls woro this con- woro Sir Edward Carson and tho persuaded to glvo a show on board tho baso of it, to discuss that phase feature would thoro bo? What do reported to tho council that some various kinds and numerous amuse- tention rests on tho fact proven by Ulstor Unionists. Deyou glvo in a year to charity? Fig-ur-o Councilman with backboco will sum- ments to graco tho occasion. the South Dakota tho best ,shpw of tho subject until they havo had history that when Emperors, mon Smith and ask him Just why licious and tasty sandwiches will bo and Presidents havo a superiorKings tho men had ovor seen because ft it up and you'll bo ashamed. a chanco to appear it it is known CATHOLIC ORPHAN SOCIETY. ho wants to waivo aside tho peo- served at any time. Tho proceeds recognize him as Buch thoy can and was gonulnoly Japanese, nnd tho that thoy aro scheduled for any ple's eighteen months' contract with aro to be usqd to reduce tho church possibly become Buch tyrants not Japanese know how to mako music. McDONOGH GOLDEN WEDDING. city. Their presence in tho counAt tho nnnual meeting of tho as a telophono company which is pay- debt All frlonds of Fathor New- woro tho Tho natives wero extremely courtetry is well known, howover, and Trustees of tho Catholic Soing regtilnr dividends of 7 per cent, man and tho congregation aro cor- whom both spiritual and rulers in ciety tho following woro Orphan as ous and accomplished Mr. and Mrs. Edward McDonogh. their arguments havo boon presentprofiteers. tomporal named nnd Its stock quoted on tho local dially invited. power aro united. ed in the press. On tho other hand, for nearly half a century respected tho officers of tho central body for Thoy regarded tho Invasion as a symbol of American friendship for mnrkct at 105. Then again some many of tho State and city chair- resldonts of Loulsvlllo, had tho rare Tho church has, In tho past, tho ensuing yoar, most of them boFORTY HOURS. tholr country and celebrated it by men for tho bond certificate cam- happiness of celebrating their golden Councilman with nervo and grit shown hersolf a strong and prudent lng might summon Judgo Peter, Mr. boosting all tholr wares to what paign aro and thero wedding last Saturday at their homo. President Georgo Nabor. mother of all tho peoples who have Bingham's law partner and repredevo- shared in her maternal blessings; Tho beautiful Forty Hours are others In almost overy local 1014 South Sixth street, surrounded Vlco President Lamar Horndon. thoy had heard woro American ot the Homo Company, and tion will begin at St. Anthony'? States and nations havo been her prices In somo cases charging fifty committee. It is not so very sur- by tholr children and numerous sentative Treasurer Frank Schmltt. prising thereforo that thoro is in frlonds and relatives. Tho venorable Holm Bruco, ono of near Mayor church, of wMch tho Rov. Seraphln children as well as individuals. And Financial Secretary Edw. F. Eth- - conts for a package of cigarettes that would cost fifteen In tho United sistent domand for platform appear- couple wero married in Milwaukee Smith's closest advisers, who is also Schlang is pastor, with solemn high sho would. If sho wero permitted ermgo. ance by Rev. Dr. Mythen and his fifty years ago, and during tho civil a legal roprosentatlvo of tho Phone mass tomorrow morning, and will ixerclso tho samo wholesome inCorresponding Secretary John P, States; but tho K. of C. overcame Company. Judge Peter contlnuo through till Tuesday even- fluenco agin ovor tho powerful oner Casslly. Then ask this when a shipment ot goodies associates, and a very strenuous call war they came to Loulsvlllo to mako Recording Socrotary Roger Do- - was rerouted from Vladivostok to for Lindsay Crawford, who is an their homo. Slnco that tlmo Mr. and Mr. Bruco for a list ot the ing at 7:30, when tho solemn pro- of tho earth in behalf of all thr company, the fession and benediction will close neoplo. Kalhln, and tho sailors wortf ablo to Ulster man and a Protestant him- McDonogh has been a familiar fig- stockholders of tho Tho elder Archblshor nerty. self, and whoso testimony therefore ure on Main street, whero ho has men who would profit by tho con- tho services. For tho threo even Snaldlng onco very properly remind Tho trustees from tho soveral enjoy the "everything free" programme that has mado tho Knights them ngs, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday id an opponent of the Parmey; Hr churches aro: St. Ann, Georgo carries an authority all its own. If been Identified with the wholesale tract forfeiture, and also ask Company doep thoro will bo special Eorvlces. one could Judgo by tho demand dry goods business. Tho children If tho Cumberland St. Brlgld, Edward Boslor; 1UIIIUUB. "snouiu nave borno in mind that Tho three-da- y from organizations composed mainly who Joined Mr. and Mrs. McDon- not now own stock In tho Home Jaunt through that ut for tho efforts of tho Popes and St. Cecelia, James Duddy; St. ogh In tho celebration wero John Not a paper in Loulsvlllo, daily or ovory speech CLOSE OF RETREAT. of Irish Catholics, or tho power thoy acquired In tem- Charles, S. S. Groonwoll; St. Frances section of Japan ended with a foast promade in the United States on Rob- D. McDonogh. ,,ow York; E. J. otherwise, called attention or poral matters by the freo consopt o of Rome. R. D. Langon; St. Georgo, at tho Kamakura and Kalhln hotels, Tho retreat ot tho Holy Namo So ert Emmet's anniversary this yoar McDonogh, Frank A. McDonogh tested against this attempted gonc ho Euronean nations. Europe woul'" W. H. Arnold; St. James, J. L. when roast young turkey and cranand Miss Agnes McDonogh, Louls- with tho exception of tho Ifcntuck) Mety of St. Louis Bortrand'a church n all probability novor havo' riser Relhm; St. John. El Mohl; St. Louis berry sauce was tho pleco do rewould be delivered by a vlllo. William P. McDonogh. for Irish American. will close tomorrow evening witl om barbarlsii nor progressed ir Bertrand, John Morlarlty; St. Mary sistance. An illustration of tho spirit that merly a well konwn lawyer and The visit of tho delegation o' Papal benediction, rosary and ser 'vlllzatlon. That power was almos Magdalen. H. J. Poottor; St. Philip Mayor Smith's o' non. Tho society will recolvo hol is being shown in tho bond certifi- mombor of tho Leglslaturo, who died ministers to near lways put In requisition to chod Neri. R. D. Thornbury; Holy Cross, BIRTHDAY SURPRISE. cate campaign is provided by Chi- of Influenza about a year ago, was Ice in bohalf ot their crusad' 'ommunlon at tho 7:30 o'clock masf "ranny and to succor tho oppressed nthony Oorst. St. Agnes, St. Patcago, whore ten leading citizens another son. During tho day thP against Sunday moving picture tomorrow morning and tho annua1 "he voice of Romo liberated th' rick. St. William and tho Cathedral Mrs. Michael Fallon was gives s have volunteered their services for Jubllarlans wero tho recipients of brought out ono incident that 1' election of officers will be hold tr anflvo. struck off tho chains of th' of tho Assumption branches failed to delightful surpriso party in honor I necessary and many remembrances and congratula ypical of tho "roform" crowd m long as may bo of her birthday anniversary at her lertrand Hall tomorrow aftornoon orf, cheered tho onnressod, anr" report. parted out to mako sure of organl-tlo- n tory messages. ontrol ot tho city administration it 2:30 o'clock. homo, Twelfth and Zano riirk terror Into the hoarts o In the towns and cities of mlth was flanked by Chief Petty SUPPLY nOJIE NEEDS. Among thoso present were streets. 'vrants. Protestants havo admitted DLLNESS SERIOUS. Illinois. The Illinois campaign will Chairman Paul Burllneamo am' TAKEg HIGHER PLACE. Ml fh's." Domlnlck Mclntyro. Michael Uher advisors during tho confer Tho young mon ot St. Bonifaco Sullivan. Paul Brongor, Rod Hall, ppM Vlth a mass meeting on Jan-ar- y powo' Whatever international , argument w E. J. Hackett, coal doalor and one mco, and during tho Mithorlry or tribunal may ho esa' "arlsh aro working hard for their K. Miss Gertrude Langan, of of tho city's prom'nent buslnesF we told by tho dally press Bur has gone to Duke. N. C. "shed! to nrotpor tho Interests of a' entertainment on January 27 and Whlto, Thornbury, Donney: W.utt men, is seriously ill at his home 8.- - Among tho articles to bo disINSTALL OFFICERS. ho poorlq of tho world, its fun" 'neame. led tho ministers to tV "here she will take a position a posed of are hams, bacon, lard and C,Ien.rMaVo:Ma'4noeie: East Elnventh and Market streets. 'efferson street window of the Mav uperlntefliet t nurwe la a hos- 'nn8 would have to bn tho connt part of those exerefsed by the sugar. tetmtr Pret4Mt Matt J. O'Briea New. 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SINOLECOPY 5c SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER Entered at the Loulivllle Poatofllce at Srcond-Cta- -- jmjbjbcxoaj- COMING EVENTS. thony's Hall. 9 Minstrel and February vaudeville by Vernon Club, In St. Joseph's Hall, Webster and Washington. February 10 Euchre and lotto, St. Paul's church, of Pleasure Ridge Park, at St. Helen's Commercial 8-- February 3 and 4 Men's Welfare Loaguo lotto and euchre in St. An- Club. f a Matter. Wist Liberty (Mm All Conwnlcithm to tht KEKTUCXY IRISH AMERICAN, 319-32- 1 CADES (H LOUISVILLE, KY rHO-ENGLIS- H CQUNcfefr Euchro and lotto Peter's Hall, Strut Seventeenth and Garland. February 11 Euchre and lotto of young ladles of St. Ann's church In hall, Seventh and Davlcs avenue. February 13 Euchro and lotto of St. Louis Bertrand Debt Association in Bertrand Hall, afternoon and by parish ladles In St. February 11 Something the People of Louisville Should Know! or Kentucky? Do you know that the Gray-Vo- n Do you know that tho Gray-Vo-n Allmen Sanitary Allmen Sanitary Milk Co. is incorporated under the lawn of the State Milk Cj. held open potitions for all its former em- Do yoU know that the Gray-Vo- n Allmen Sanitary Milk Co. has 125 employes on its pay roll? J i .SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1920 evening. iti a. j alaaaaiaaiaaa. a a a . I T 1 I orators. tho Rodman. her brother, never apologized for tho Insulting dicted condemnatory censuro, but such and Mrs. Nolan, of Clifton, loft last "ENTANGLING ALLIANCES." week for Kansas City, whore she Is tho methods on which English propaganda Is fostered In the United It is hardly possible that Senator has joined her husband, John Nolan. Borah may bo playing politics in tho States. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Egan, of letter addressed tho other day to havo returned from DayGov. Lowden, of Illinois; but even Do you know that the Gray-Vo- n Allmen Sanitary . NOT INTERESTED. under those conditions tho note ton, Ohio, where thoy visited Mrs. Do you know that Mr. Ennl Von Allmen ,s Milk Co. carries $500 insurance on each of its em- rings with tho right tone. Tho rep- Egan's mothor. Allmen Sanitary Milk Co. ployeis wilhoul any C08t to faid emp,oy e an officer of the Gray-Vo- n After a week's agitation against resentative from Idaho says that spent tho Edward J. payab,e to Sunday moving picture shows and those for whom ho speaks havo no holidays heroO'Keefo, who parents, visiting his to of confining tho lheir different Idea Governor of Illinois.questions 150 Mr. and Mrs. Michael O'Kcefe, and announcements that the Do you know that the Gray-Vo- n tho Allmen Sanitary "For Protestant ministers would lecture years," says tho Senator's lettor, rolatlvcsf, has returned to his home Milk Co. has twenty-tw- o former service men in its Do you know that the Gray-Vo- n very little Intorest "wo have In this country, regard- at. Tucson, Ariz. Allmen Sanitary on tho subject, was manifested by tho congrega- less ot parties, adhered to a distinct employ, nineteen of whom saw overseas service? Milk Co. carries its aged employes on pensions? Miss Bertha Rogers has concluded allientangling foreign tions and tho following news Item ances orpolicy no sister, partnerships with foreign a pleasant visit with her Frank-tor- t, describes tho scene at Mayor Smith's powers and no Interference by at n Mrs. James L. Newman, and returned to tho Sacred powers in American affairs." placo of worship: These are a few facts we submit to the thoughtful people of Louisville. On the basis of fact that for 'a Heart Acadomy. With a congregation of twonty-flv- o It Is a worshlppors, including choir, number of years European interests Charles these facts, we leave you, the thoughtful people of our city, to judge weather or not the returned to organist and ushers, as a striking have been working night and day to Notre DamoMoran has Notre Damo, background for his picture, and draw tho United States Into Euro- Ind., after a University, visit to his two weeks Gray-Vo- n This Is particularly parents, Allmen Sanitary Milk Co. is 100. American. Mayor Smith among those parishion- pean affairs. MoMr. ers, tho Rev. Isaac Heisor, pastor truo of Great Britain- whose govern- ran, in Deer and Mrs. Martin T. Park. of Stuart Robinson Memorial Pres- ment has been carrying on a propaganda hero with byterian church, spoko on tho probGEORGE SCHNEIDER, President, John M. Hennessy III. is tho title lem of Sunday'B movies and Louis- tho greatest vigor. It i3 gratifying of a littlo stranger who arrived at to noto that there Is at least one ville's churches. M.i GODFREY VON ALLMEN, Vice President, man In tho United States Senato the homo of Mr. and Mrs. JohnaveHennessy, of 1812 who has tho courago to stand up nue, Monday evening.Sherwood THE WIRES CUT. and bo counted as against tho beFRED L KLINGMAN, Secretary, littling agitation which has been After having spent tho holidays Col. House and tho permitted to flourish until it has Between ALBERT SCHMUTZ, Treasurer, Mr. and R. White House all wires havo been bocomo a menace. It Is not for the with his parents, M Adams Mrs. reD. Adams, Walter has S. O. S. flashes even United States to mix In any of tho turned to resume cut. No more his studies at MARY E. LARDNER, Director. havo by wireless. It comes out now, de- European struggles. Wo to our quite Notre Damo University. own enough to do to attend Colonel affairs. To bo sure, every ono in clares tho Guardian., that the Louisville held to "staunch American Democ- this country is anxious to seo es tion in Newpeople receiving attenCity tho past homo. tablished tho high Ideals for which week were MissYorkL. Burgess, Miss racy" In Paris, as ho did at our yonng men fought in tho Into M. Dillon, J. C. C. Ho wanted alt promises redeemed O'Neill, J. J. can be established war. J. W. Brown and T. Keoley. desplto Lloyd George and Clemen-cea- withoutBut these our taking actlvo part in Though Wilson played In European turmoil. It has always Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Schtttz, with them and their policies, the been tho policy of this Government who havo been attending tho nato "beware of entangling alliances." tional shoo retailers' convention In country knows now that Col. House good policy to continue. Boston, will spend a week In New was ' good observor and adviser It Is a York City before returning homo. That you aaeat for somtthlag ysu did set NEED woaU ara staita a over In Paris. Perhaps Wilson is DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. SAVINGS ACCOUNT wltfa this bank; to bear laterast COMPOUNDKD ho did ablo to reflect and wish that Misses Mary Brlslan, Jnno Mar With the membership passing tho shall, not handle tho whole affair "in my Meagher twlca a year Thare MAY COMK a time wkea your "LAST DOLLAR" largo class initiation, a Frances Elizabeth returned to and, 600 mark, senrammo own way." It Is one thing to toss dance and abanquet, the Louisville ntm ba asaat for tetaathtB? you DO NEED. Tha SAVING hw 1 taa aside his friends, another and a Daughters of Isabella "start the New cation last week after a holiday vaEast Broadway with their parents at dollari ysn ara waatiag might keep that "hard tlraa" from vr caaahg. Ameri- Year with every Indication of inbigger ono to toss asldo tho On can constitution and American pub- creased strength and activity. 10, Saturday afternoon, January Miss Catherine Hancock, who presume President Mrs. George Rankin, of tho lic opinion. Wo spent her ChristmaB Wilson has been reflecting. Commltteo, gave a "silver her parents, Dr. C. F.vacation with C. and Mrs. CUMBERLAND PHOME BAST 1203 tea" at her residence, 4819 South- Hancock, Jefferoonvlllo, has reParkway, and with her charac- turned to school at St. Mary of, tho ern EUROPE BEING SPOILED. teristic charm and hospitality en- Woods. tertained from 3 until 6 o'clock. So Fifth and Court Place. From sevoral sourcea recently wo bright and cheery did she and her Fontaino Jr., havo hoard that Europe Is being assistants make it for tho callers last week to Kromer, Fla., returned Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. Orlando, whore he "spoiled" by tho war relief work that each ono was loath to leave. Is engaged in business, after spenddone there by America. Now comes Tho next regular meeting will take ing the holidays with his parents. place at K. ot C. hall on Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Fount T. Kreincr, 4545 Herbert Hoover, former food admin- evening, January 20, at 8 o'clock. Western Parkway. istrator of tho United States, who CLEANERS AND DYERS decries all hysteria ovor the food OFFICERS INSTALLED. Miss Rosemary Recevour, of Now Albany, has returned from a visit of situation in Europe. Ho says that St. Installatlon OFFICE AND PLANT, 1140-4- 2 S. THIRD ST. outsldo of a few of tho larger cities eph's Orphan of officers of placoJos- several days with her aunt, Mrs. Society took at Shanloy, in tho people have food enough to sup- tho annual meeting at St. Joseph's John T. accompanied Indianapolis, having her grandply their needs. Wo are inclined to Orphans' Home Sunday afternoon. father, Michael Hackett, of "believe that Hoover knows what he President John Tobo installed offIs talking about. Some weeks ago icers as follows: Vico President, Dominlck Lubbers; Recording SecTho marriage of Miss Alberta wo wore assured by a soldier, who retary, Henry Hell; Corresponding Prechtel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. $ had spent more than two years In Secretary, Alfred Kupp; Financial Thomas A. Prechtel, and Leslie G. France, Germany and Belgium and Secretary, Sebastian Hubbuch, and Marschall, son of Mr. and Mrs. A, Of- Marschall, was solemnized Friday whd had opportunity for wldo ob- Treasurer, William F. Mayor. !! ficers elected by tho Ladies' Sowing a, at servation, that it would he a bless- Circle are: President, Mrs. Bernard January do Paul. tno unurcn ot St. AUTO WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER ALL WORK Vincent ing for Europo if America would StoesBer; Vice President, Mrs. Mary BLACK & DECKER Secretary, Mrs. John keep out ot there with relief work. Richman; Mr. and Mro. Patrick J. Treasurer, Mrs. J. A. Bark-lePORTABLE ELECTRIC DRILLS of 1211 Hull street, anThrown on their own resources, tho Tobo; Diplomas were awarded for nounce tho engagement of thojr 2. OR CITY men- who had fought for four years twenty-fiv- e Sizes to 8 years membership to daughter, Nora Agnes Connaughton, 'would return to work. But as long John L. Elsnor, Jacob Graft, F. B. to Edward O. Shrader, tho marriage -CHILDERS ELECTRIC CO. as Amorlca would send food, they Horstman, John H. Hubers, Joseph ceremony to tako place at St. Aloy-nlJ. Mueller, August Timmelt and church on Wednesday morning, would not work. INCORPOIUTKD 1W99999199999VWVVWVW9WV99W9VVVVII1M Joseph Wlntorgerst. February 4, with a nuptial mass at 7 o'clock. BotU ?kea 133 young people Both tho 333 W, MaiaSireel TRICES TO STAND. OCTAVE OF TRAYER. are well known and deserved'y popular in Catholic society and havo the Coned Glasses Are is Important as the Right Medicine, Tho Octavo of Prayer for Church best wishes ot their host of frlpnds s. Attorney General Palmer explains Unity, which has for Its object tho for n happy and prosperous marWe Make Glasses to Meet the Requirements of Jhat ho does not anticlpato lower ot tho "other sheep" to tho ried lite. it jaEKYw complete prices to follow immediately from return ono, truo fold of the Good Shepherd, A8K ANY Ocallsis' Prescriptions, the agreement ot tho packers to will begin on tho Feast of St. Peter's OCULIST Misses Dorothy A. and Mary Rose withdraw from certain lines of busi- Chair at Romo, January 18, and Shelley entertained Saturday evenifjPSj if fcKil the ness. Neither do wo. In fact, wo will close on Paul,Feast of the Con- ing at their homo on Floyd streot. January 25. This Covers wero laid for Misses Clara version ot St. thought so littlo of that agreement, devotion has tho unique distinction Dischor, Helen Pfau, 013 FOURTH AVENUE OPP. MARY ANDERSON Gai Grates, Gas Water Heater-- , Kathleen Fischwhich was heralded as ot being practiced jointly by er, Cecelia Dischor, Ryenza Scott, Gas Etc., and by thousands opon thou- Mary Rose Shelley, Mary Frances that wo refrained from all corn-peupon It. Tho present era of sands of earnest Christians in vari- Dischor, Mary Lawrence Daviess, FATHER ROTHHEUT BETTER. first of next week, but it will still ous Protestant sects. "Ono Otilla Discher and Dorothy A. ShelINSTALLED AND REPAIRED high prices is duo to a combination and One Shepherd," is tho holy Fold ley; Messrs. Louis J. bo some time beforo ho will be ablo and Discher. Albert T causes not tho least ot which Is Inspiring object ot tho octavo. It Michael, Robert Bosoo. William Father Rothheut, pastor of St. to attend to tho duties ot tho parPlumbing and Gas Fitting. ot Aasisi church, on tho ish. In tho meantime Father Mit, Francis our unprecedented currency Inflation should make a strong appeal to all Dischor, Raymond Eyl, Maurice who havo tho truo Christian spirit, Julius Moser, Albert Crush, Bardstown road, who has been seri- chael, O. P., is at the church overy and tho expansion ot credits. Tho to all who havo tho charity of God UXv ks. !! John T. Shelley and Richard H. ously ill at St. Anthony's Hospital, day and looking after tho needs ot crrr 60$ S R. Dailey SECOND Fedoral reservo banks wero sup- - in thoir hearts. expects to return to his parish tho tho congregation. Shelley. 0400 posed to oporato as a safety valve to Judging prevent financial panics. and Times from the amount of Fedoral reserve Tho Courier-Journdenounced tlio Hearst press for pub- currency in circulation at tho preslishing a story to tho effect that ent time, ono might suppose that Emmett B. Ford and S. E. Taylor English Government representatives these banks wore designed to rdd were among last week's arrivals at were hero trying to pavo tho way unlimited quantities of paper money Tampa, Fla. for a loan ot thirteen billion dol to our circulation. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cahlll loft Satlars to Great Britain, and tho writer urday to spend the remainder of tho PROHIBITION A FAILURE. of tho stories was denounced In winter in California. scathing torm3 as a degenerato, otc. Strange to say, tho advent of proWilliam Ansbro, veteran member Finally Palsha and Lord Grey both Order of the acknowledge that they were hero on hibition has in nowise decreased ot still Ancient sick list. Hibernians, on tho crlmo throughout tho United States, Is begging mission and substantiated a and we are not living in tho land of Miss Ruth Rodman has returned tho Hearst story word for word. peace and happiness so much prefrom Pittsburgh, where she visited Courier-Journand Times have Tho by Hugh dry JOURNALISM. I SOCIETY. .. al ...11. ...... I... itl. ployes who saw service in the recent war and black? white Do you know that much of the stock of the Gray- - Department of the United States government to that Von Allraai. Sanitary Milk Co. is held by these effect, signed by secretaries Baker and Daniel? Do you know that the Gray. Von Allmen Sanitary Milk Co., holds citation from the War and Navy . employes. al Do you know that not less than 750 people of Louisville are directly or indirectly dependent on the not ho,d an religios beliefs nor any political views? Gray-Vo- n Allmen Sanitary Milk Co. for their living? Do you know thal the Gray-Vo- n Allmen Sanitary Mjlk c?' h" its employ persons of various relig- Do you know Mr. Emil Von Allmen is not presi- ,ous fa,th" and Polll,cal iIHom? Allmen Sanitary Milk Co? dent of the Gray-Vo- n Do you know that the Gray-Vo- n Allmen Sanitary Milk Co, Iike al1 other corporations, necessarily can not beneficia,e? for-olg- well-know- n - hands-across-the-s- ea Dar-rol- l, u. ANNOUNCEMENT J. J. HANNAN '1117 SON The Last Dollar Car-do- Plumbing and Gas Fitting Entor-talnme- nt Personal Attention Given to All Orders Ky. Title Savings Bank 1 arid Trust Co. " the Modern way Dresses, Gloves, Velvets, Silks, Laces, We Specialize in Ladies' Suits, Feathers and Men's Wearing Ap pareL l Con-paught- y. - us as Near you as your phone south 2 3 6 I QXJAivirr A.jstx en&ifcViojED .J-- d3 10 7-- w I Had a Rudd Bath THE BALL OPTICAL CO. Did You? Heater, epoch-makin- g, Cath-ollc- ts nt MII-let- !li (1.,;!. Ji John : VISITATION HOME CAMPAIGN FEBRUARY JANUARY 1920. $150,000.00 26th TO : 9th, Hundreds ef rls were turned away from the VISITATION HOME during the naat two vears becauss ef lack of accommodations. WHERE DID THEY GO? This is a part of your responsibility. We are criticised every day for our lack of INTEREST in the Visitation Home For Working Girls. DO YOU deserve any part of this criticism? A telephone message frcm the Salvation , Army Citadel to the Sisters at the Visitation Home: "Why don't you Catholics take care of your own? Don't send them up here." B8B8989838983e88e8BS8S98989e38B 'n 9th' o sftf "" V .. ; ' a -- 9.. ', j Ksvop-oOKrx- r u-tus- n jmiisjmoa. WHEN k. RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they lind in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY f nrvisKM s. First and third Fridays, Hfeandac w NEED RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertiser whose announcement- they find In these colums. We aim to protect our read-er- a by accepting only firms of known responsibility. V. G. RORK, Pr mMcJ. 8 j u OF ANYTHING IN nj (4 Home, 1818-182- 0 Portland. President T. J. O'Loary. Vlco President Thos. W. Killoon. Financial Secretary John Brod-erlc- Church Goods Line Or a Religious Book, See tho MACARONI SPAGHETTI EGG NOODLES PBNDENNIS Inc. A, ENGELHARD & SONS CO. RXnUIlINd WELDINH SPECIALISTS SACRED HEART ACADEMY, Tbs Ursnllae Boarding aad Say School ror Girls aad Toaag Womta. Recording Secretary John Martin. Treasurer Dan J. Daughorty. Sorgeant-at-Arm- s Martin Sheo-haSentinel Thomas Noono. Rogers Church Goods Co. IKOOXFOXATXD n. HHRBBRT JHNK1NS, Se. uxi TttM. WEST BROADWAY Offlco VULCANIZING CO. exsscsax bzxa, toxnavniia, srr. Oldest House of Its Kind in tho South 120 S. Fourth, Louisville, Ky. INCOItPORATKD Expert Attention Oa Repairs Ob Makes of Can ON FORD REPAIRING AU AUTO WELDING & REPAIR GO. Be High Moral and Intellectual Stand DIVISION . ards. Catalogue Sent Free. Address: Meets second and fourth Monday. Secretary. Sacred Heart Academy, 3X18 Cherokee Srlrt, Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. President S. J. McEUiott. KENTUCXT LOUISVILLE Vice President Patrick Connelly. Financial Secretary T. J. Lan-ga- n. NECKTIES GUARANTEED VULCAN17JNP. and Workrooms Northeast Corner Seventh and Broadway Home Phono City 25 11 LouUvlUo, Kentucky ri tj ii SUTJLEIi AXLE MANUFACTURING INCORPORATED COMPANY Distance Phoaee South 903 Phones 239 ERNEST SMITH, Prop, 713 SOUTH SEVENTH ST., LOUISVILLE, KY. GLOVES Meanoy. Recording Treasurer Sentinel Sorgeant-at-Arm- s Secrotary M. h. D. John F. Burko. Edward Byrne. 10c Cleaned and Pressed. Automobile, Motor Truck and Trailer Axles. aBNAFMACS3oSJ0RY LocaI na Parkway KY. 2 TurKish Bath- s- Well, Prevent the Flu. Most Sanitary, Hotel Has thePlant m America. cient Crescent gighi'd 741 Bast 130 KENTUCKY LAUNDRY OO. Cleanse the System, Keep You Effi 10c Cleaned and Mended. J. McDermolt. LOUISVILLE, JOHN B. RATTERMAN SWISS Cleaners and Dyer 617 Fourth Ave. Phone 2207 We Tailor Your Coat, Suit, Dress or Sliirt PL-BASIN- INDIVIDUALITY D e- GET PIT Health Is Your Greatest Asset KEEP FIT 408 WEST WALNUT. A Pair of THH SIGN OP QUALITY SWISS Cleaners and Dyers 617 Pourth Ave. Phono 2207 OUR FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 WEST MARKET STREET Thones-Shaw- naa MEGLEMRY-WARPhones 3345, Main . INCORPORATED COMPANY , 603 SOUTn FOURTH AVENUB. or City. COMPANY P'l " 11 nSKB Commit West 1107a. 1243. Cumberland GLASSES will bring Incorporated 814-62- 3 to FATHER or MOTUER ClIEttlt Gaderhlll Bt. (lee. Dearborn Manager FURNITURE "MOVING AND PACKING 630 South Tweaty8itli SC DR. JOHN Bail-JinC- P. BECKER JOHN B. WATHEN OPTROMETRIST, . 315 Starts Thiik Floor Fourth and Walaat Pboae City 1180 ttftTRY HENRY G. HERB i.ouivtti.e, k. w.. PERFECT VISION GLASSES H.B0SSES0N Trimcklinig Funeral Directors aed Storage and Embalmers. Tclcpliono 1022 v Moving, F. B. YANN DAIRY Incorporated. ARTHUR A. WILL BUILDER 6010 SOUTH WENZEL ST. Both Phone 4202 2431 MONTGOMERY STRBBT Home Phone Shawnee 1010 - Wert HI Shawnee 1986 LONG DISTANCE HAULING AW OLD HAT MADE TO LOOK LIKE NEW. i 'FELT HATS UL.EiUXttu AND REDLOUiuau, ov CENTS. Hat Cleaning and Block-In- e our specialty. NATIONAL HAT CLEANING WORKS PRICES THE LOWEST Rabbi Joseph Rauch, Earl S. Gwln and Dr. J. D. Trawick will sit in tho Federal court room at the Cus- torn Houso today to award merit badges to deserving scouts. Largest Freight Transfer Organization In Louisville wants your business. Do you know we have from IS to IS outside clerks located right at the various depots to take cars of your wants? Wo aro the. authorized' and bonded transfer men for all railroads At Louisville. fljlp Hi Albert Smith, Prop. 633 WEST MARKET STREET TTnmn. Phone. City 5161 GUNN'S BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY ICE CREAM M'F'll'S. 1104 South Seventh Street Phone City 6574 J. M. BUCKNER TOBACCONIST WHOLESALa M West Mala Street . Leuhrrille, Ky. LUBOLINE INTENTION FOR JANUARY. Headaches, "Weak Eyes, Ilellovo '0Z414l4lU His Holiness Popo Benedict XV. Dizziness, Distorted Vision, etc., and mako Reading, Sowing or Close has recommended "The Soldiers IN KENTUCKY Dead in tho War" to the Apostleshlp Work a pleasure. boya Plr roar ropare aa edaoatioa taat wU. Bluo Ribbon Twist O. K. Twist ttaesa for Ufa. Our Graduate Optometrist will of Prayer as tho general intention War Hawk Twist Dtxlo Twist make a careful scientific examina- for tho month of January. Ho ap al "Made AVhere Tobacco Grows." peals to the faithful ail the worm ST.' XAVIER'S .COLLEGE tion of your' eyes and guarantees over to bo especially mindful of tho John D. Moore Tobacco Co. Correct and Comfortable Glasses. men who gave up their lives in the lift W. Broadway, Xalaiill, ICy. "SOUTHERN STAB" Our Club Tlan enables you to ob- recent conflict, and he bogs for these Conducted by tfa Xaverlaa Brother Incorporated SLICED BACON tain the best glasses on a small casn heroic martyrs Increased and more 21LElcftL BcienUflo BUilnMi -- and -- KENTUCKY deposit LOUISVILLE and pay the balanco in con- fervent prayers during the opening ouraes, Preparatory Department, Lara- "AU Kcdy for Yonr Griddle la the General Offices 412 Lincoln Building venient weekly payments. month of the new year. Tho mar-try-s SwlBUBlng- Pool. Well Equipped QymaaMoral ag" Cumberland Phone: Alain 120. of patriotism aro assuredly de- mum. Tnrma moderate. tr. oro. anjaiata. NO RED TAPE NO COLLECTORS barring of our mopt generous consld-- . HAMS. LARD, SAUSAGE aeatk Baits, Pres. eration. They bravely and O. facofca, 8ec and Treas. KING OPTICAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. J. erposed themselves to horiRcorDo rated rible dangers; they underwent fear CO. L. GRAUMAN suffering; and they went down ta(TMri8 m4 Mwraal Nails JclttWictMy TrttM Eyesight Specialists ' ful tho Valley of Death for tho sake DEAD ANIMALS incorporated Into Dr. Uriah Z. Lltsiy Greater lovo folks 1134 West Market Street. of tho theirs at homo. man shown. HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAH) Dialers Za All Kinds of Office - and than hath no CkirB-lla- t Stors natures, Safes,- Oasa Beg-UNext Door to XnlVn 8 hoe Star. It is fn behalf of theso noblo heroes Call Homo Phone City 721: ters, Show Casts,- Coasters, S07 that tho Holy Father appeals to us Shelving-- , ate. Comb. Phono Main 721. for pruyors. lTyS&lMkXmUm Starka 610 WEST 1CAXH STJUIST BhIMImi LOUISVILLE RENDERING OO. lllMMMIIII litt,iaj' Home Phone. City ISIS Both Pbo.-e-a CATHOLIC PRESS MEETING. Tho Catholic Press Association of NATIONAL HATTERS HAMULY BROS. SHOE STORES America Id called to meet in Wash- Plenty-COAL-PI- enty 325 WEST JEFFERSON STREET ington January 23 and 24. Tho All Kinds of Footwear For the DYERS AND CLEANERS meeting Is called by President Whole Family V Thomas P. Hart at the request of Tradewater Lump Special $5.75' Monday Suits Cleaned tho Right Rev. William T. Russell, Trade water Nut Two HAifBLY'S Stores and Pressed for 91.23. Hats JrTBBBBBBsil $5.75 of Washington. Tho members will Blocked and Cleaned. 50c. 20th and Portland. come from all parts of tho United Jellico Lump Shaw. 1716 $7.00 18th and Magazine CALL FOR AND DELIVER City 7164 States and Canada. City 1931 Home Phone, West Virginia Lump THEFOURBESTSELLERS JOIL? B. O'LEAItY & CO. SAM iicaaquartors for CITY AND PAltM PROPERTY CONTRACTOR FOB See ns about anvthlnc la real ALL KINDS OF OONORETH WOfMI estate. We sell, buy and rent 604 W. RT. 1815 8. Twenty-aixt- h St. Home Phono City 4464. Home Phone Shawnee S6S SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. Xioaas to those having regular inW3L P. BANNON comes or salary, with no publicity or red tape. Loans to housekeepers CONTRACTING PLASTERER in thelt personal security. Brook and Blooa F. R. POOLEY, Boom 1, Courier-JournBuilding, City 8389 Cumb. S. 158-- Y 415 8. Fourth Street. JES-PEItSO. L. ROBERTSON THE VERY BEST CORNS.BUNIONS EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS Home Phone Sbawaee f 99 HENRY GOfifl Roofing, GntteriziK, SpoMta-- t Tin Roofs Repaired and Paint SSIs. i SS Vfe aoil Asphalt Shingles a Specialty, W. Broadway, Lonlsrllle, Ky. LOAN lacorporaUO. CO. GLOBE m. .WHEN IT'S YOURi . lubrication for all motors. Correct Doubles life of new cars, improves old cry. Select Pennsylvania crude used la Us manufacture. STATES GASOLINE - mfti. r .raJAOWZf "THE PILL Sota . 'lilvarm ZLvetzrPLLS THAT WILL" f Moae I raoats iffisSSs. XT US KNOW! rhoats Local and Ion? distance moving with motor vans; Furniture, packing and Esshipping. All work guaranteed. .. . t timates cheerfully furnished fro of in all Uniformed and efficient service to au charge. seasons; dally delivery service A. ABHO&D Si SONS parts of city. xvanox btoba(hb oo. . STAS3S OX& 00. (Incorporated) 433 West Mats Street Successor to Domestic OH Co. all They work like a charm. Every box sold to satisfy or your money refunded. For Sale by Your Druggist packages. in 25-ce- nt rowKii MAGIC KELLER SOAP WORKS. i i. I- - A change will be noticed in tho adOxygen vertisement of Powder and Magic Flakes in this issue, the firm name having been changed, in amended articles of inOur Prices Are Positively tho Lowest in the City corporation, to Magic Soap Products SPECIALS IN CIGARS, CIGARETTES AND TOBACCO Company. Tho new company is capitalized at $2,000,000 and takes OXSfiTEXVlSZiS ....i radcsgti of 90 3P233DXOXT Over all of tho assets and properties 3AVOBXTES ....I' 17c of tho Magic Keller Soap Works. ZttTCKT BTJUKJB Tho stock of tho now company, now 3 packsjrts 600. GAMES being offered to the public by Peck SWBKT OATOSAir TTZm. Carton of 200, 81.88 WXXBSOB. CASTXJB TAOS & Rlchmlro, In the Todd building, a for 35o J is divided into $1,000,000 preferred, I 18b SS--'Carton of 100, $1.70 , 8 per cent, cumulative, and $1,000,-00- 0 J common, at a par valuo of $10 XXLVAS 13o per share, fully paid up and non250 assessable. Investors aro offered J Barton of loe, ax.ae X.OKSOM x.rra the privilege of purchasing 96) VAekatra of MAX . share of the common stock with :::::::::::::::::::::::::: 900, S2AS Carton of TATHCA each share of the preferred stock at par. F. H. Relyea, sales manager SPECIAL PRICES ON BOX CIGARS . ,.5c and Inventor of- tho company's oxyXobaoeev So; 3. for ......; Twist 6c gen formulas, stated that the deXlll sidt, Sail Durham, Saxtdo, Victory and Dram, so; 3 for mand for the company's package 'WATCK US OBOW" goods Magic Flakes, Oxygen Washing Powder, Glow THE AMERICAN CUT RATE TOBACCO STORES (Incorporated) Soap and Hand was Increasing with such . "W. Con Prerrtoa aaa Xdbertj Cleaner S. Wi Oor. Frtstoa and Jefferson rapidity as to indicate a tremendous Bar Jfew Store, 913 West Jefferson Street, KOW development on this line during the present year. As Nwf.to Yotf as ths Neatert Phone" CAMIOLIO FEDERATION. SMOKERS, ATTENTION! ..................J ' . 1 one-ha- lf 22c ...'........ - ( OJ-E- FUNERAL FLOWERS A SPECIAL SPRAT $3.00 A SPECIAL WREATn 85.00 HOOVER Electric AS IT SWEEPS AS IT CLEANS THE Suction Sweeper IT BEATS fr pBO yMMJie two J jJUIaH AMtOUe toMWWe J Tafel Electric Co. 230 WEST JEFFEItSON City 985 Main 1134 3SB We telegraph Flewers Everywhere If You Are an Employer And Need a Girl Worker, . OR We ,Buy, Sell And Quote All Issues Of At tho annual meeting .of, the Catholic Federation, hold Thursday night of last week at tho Tyler Hotel, the following officers were chosen' to ,orvo during 1920: Lawrence J. Mackey, President; Mrtf. P. S. Ganz, L. Borntrager, Miss Camilla Detort,' D. E, Sullivan, H. A. E. J. Vlco Presidents: Cooney. Secretary, and Jacob report of the Treasurer. The Visitation Homo Committeo on the campaign to raise $150,000 to erect a home for Catholic working girls was heard and approved by tho many present. The campaign will begin January 26 and last through February 9. Plans for the campaign were formulated before the war and held In abeyance until hostilities Von-derhold- o. Hnb-buc- h, RECENT DEATIIS. Mark A. Feighan, aged died Sunday at the family residence at Beechmont, and to his friends tho nows was a shock. Tho funoral was hold Tuesday morning from St. Louis Bertrand's church. Monday morning the funeral of Michael J. O'Hearn, only son of Mrs. 318 North Alice Doyle O'Hearn, Twenty-firstreot,- took place from St. Anthony's church. He was seven years old and was a favorite among his child playmates. Mrs. Victoria Kraomer, widow of John Kraemer and one of the oldest members of St. Boniface church, was called from this life on Sunday at her home, 725 Fehr avenue. Her funeral took place with requiem high mass Monday morning. Saturday morning Mrs. Anna B. Berger, beloved wife of Frank Bergor, 1331 DeBtfrr street, was called into eternal rest, after a long and exemplary life. . Funeral services wero, hold Monday morning nt St. Brlgld's church, whero sho had been a regular and dovout commu nicant. Funeral services over tho remains of Mrs. Catherine Reiner,, widow of John Reiner, were held Sunday afternoon at St. Frances of Rome church, ot which she was an old and devout member. Sho was tho m5th-e- r of Georgo B. Reiner, dhief clerk for the Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company, and Miss Mamje A. Reiner, teacher In tho Georgo Washington school. Mrs. Mary Riley Stone, beloved wlto of Patrick Stone and cousin of 962 South Mrs, Anna McGralh, Sixth street, passed peacefully to her eternal rest Monday morning after a life spent in well doing and devotion to her family and friends. She was seventy years old, a devout Catholic woman and kind neighbor, and was fully prepared for tho call of her Creator. Tho funeral took placo Wednesday morning from "St. Louis Bertrand's church, attended by many who will mourn her death. News 6f the BUdden death on Mondav nt Stounhton. Wis., of Mrs. Margaret Mallory, beloved wife of Frank Mallory, was received hero bv her many menus ana relatives with most profound sorrow. Do- ceased was formerly Miss Margaret Connors, of this city, and was a nna woman whoso many virtues good naturo won her tho respect of all who made her acquaintance, xne body arrived here Wednesday morning and the funeral took place from St. Paul's church, Rev. Eugeno celebrating tho requiem high sixty-four, st - Straight Creek, Lump $7.00 CHRISTMAS BANKING Jftb. P. MORTON & CO Per Ton of 3,000 Pounds Delivered Anywhere. $7.00 A. Lazar, Manager Advanced oa Your PlaAiNeto m cat aieuersoa BDxac (Second Floor) Home Phone City 2567. Stamps Frco. Trading CLUB THIS v INCORPORATED -- START ONE M1HTH WITH THE FRANKEL COAL CO. South Louisville Bank Ciiy201O Twelfth and Wilson Fourth aad Central Areaae. South 273 Doth Phone 2406 Established 1820 . Louisville, Ky. OFFICE OUTFTTTERS STATIONERS PRINTERS "A PROGRESSIVE CONCERN." K1UTLZNGIK Adolph RoHtllBger PI-AT- 0 0. National Of tho younger firms of this city we note with pleasure tho place the Superior Woolen Mills have .secured for themselves among tho buslne&s interests of Louisville, Less than three years ago the Superior Woolen Mills began business at their present location, 613 West Marnet streot. Thoy are incorporated under tho laws of the' State of West Virginia, - auppiy company Incorporated lat Hoofing and FIRM INSURANCE CALL US FOR TORNADO, LIABILITY AND GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRJ STREET Pitch, Coal Tar, Tarrea Felts. Gravel Roofing (A Specialty). W. Mala . . Phonos City 1250; Mala 14W-FXOFZ.E'S PKOVTDHHT IncortMratAd Y and the substantial growth made X, AW by the Superior Woolen Mills Is 6 Taraitara ana otke Tuiimi dud- largely to tho foresight and efProperty a FOR ALIi PURPOSES ficiency of Its officers, E. R. Potts, IOWXST BATM President and General Manager; J. Kentucky Consumers Oil Company colbman mm.nmn Ward Strother, Treasurer, and H. J. THIRD AND JSTTtUMOH Cross, Secretary. Wo commend esKentucky 8. H. COR. vuui ruvHW LouIsriUe 2av pecially the liberal treatment of their employes and tho privilege JfawwWwO f vV9v9 vvvVvftvi they are givon to become Interested in the firm in a more than ordinary "81. 1 hisMHt Me;Htpr. r. mm. it, tin t way. The employes of tho Superior Woolen Mills aro allowed to purchase stock In the company. This is not all; tho Superior Woolen Mills operate on the proilt sharing plan of dividing fifty fifty tho net profits of tho business each year with the 5 Sswer aasl Calvert Baaaea-- Patsat MMU lae fer $teat.Ca4lU, employes and also pay a quarterly , bonus of 5 per cent, to all employes Wall Copiajf, Draia Tile, VitriSesl Irtck, ! who have been in thoir employ six Fire reel af, Five Mala, Fir Brlcll months or longer, Tho Superior Grate aaa Seller Tile, Fire Clay, Ckimaey Teas. Woolen Mills by their method of furnishing tailor-mad- e clothes diOFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. ., rect from the weaver to the wearer have always made it their policy to CITY PHONES CUMB. MAIM nai give tho public every possiblo bond-fi- t. x ' ' As is their usual custom, thoy .il. Had Sreekiaridft aad Ninth aad Magaall. are now starting their mill end sale and have on display In their Louisville store all' short ends Of woolens from their branch stores which they now give tho public tho benefit of You'll Never Mnke a Mistake In Ordering' Our by closing them out regardless of their former prices. m. Oil and Grease Was OrraaUaa j AJ0AT2S WUOcaawa munimM f um, Me-srr. t-- R BANNON s PIPE GOj w I ?ltj f J J ! 873-178- I I J WORRJ-Tfcireen- J ! i4949Wfmmtmm9WBmmmm&mmma. ; MAKE BIG MOVE. Tho movemont to bring tho hoad- quarters or the Knights of Colum- ceased. If You Are a Girl Worker ' 'Ariel 33S9 LIBERTY BONDS SCOUT BALLY. Boy Scouts gave interesting dem- sil Wwmn's Actlvitris, IhKsiNtl Cithollc War Vf Nsd a Posttkm '.City CALL US Hi 3359 Council I Wakefield 067 Sekth Fourth St. ida Foarth. Near Broadway. CAMILLE DETERT, . Employment Bureau. onstrations of first aid, archery, In Any Denomination making fire by friction, signaling, knot tying and observation at a Or Amount. rally at St. Xavlor's gymnasium, which was opened by repeating in unison the scout pledge and ten & minutes of community singing, led ljy Raymond Robb. Motion pictures 118 South Fifth Street. wore shown after the demonstration. City 001 Z A committee consisting of Malor M1h 100 Gen. Charles P. Summerall. Otis Plckoroll, the Rev, Dr. C. W. IDflcb., Co. ! bus to Washington has been revived oy tho Washington councils. Poto mac Council, which boasts of moro than 000 members, has taken up tne matter m earnest, ana is pre paring an .organized campaign. Lit erature will be distributed, and an effort will be made to securo suffi Ca'pt. Michael J. Lawler, aged cient backing for tho project by tho tlmo tho next national convention eighty-threa veteran of the civil meets. war and f6r many .years a respected resident of Sacred Heart ' parish, MOURNED BY FRIENDS. nasRfld tieacefttllv awav Sunday even ing at the home of his By the death of Charles Kaolin, W. G. McShane. 2007 West Broad-waSr., Holy Trinity church at St, Matleavlne a Jefes of friends who thews loses an- - old and highly remourn his death. For years he was spected member. His funoral took an Inspector in the City Engineers place Monday morning, Rov. Fathor department and was wjdely known Dohlsen celebrating the requiem in hoth- business and society circles, ht&h mass. Fiye sons, Charles, Jr and to tho unfortunate he was a Edward, August, Henry and Fred real friend. His funeral took place Kaolin, and four daughters, Mrs. rirniHK, Rov. Father Frederick Young, Wednosday Mi's. Zachariah Walsh cbndacting the- solomn serv Ulslg. Mrs. Henry Licbert and Mrs. ices. Henry Bauer, survive him. Don-ohoe JEAi3aXS' fll For Your New Homo LUMBER O. JONBS BROOK AND INCORPORATED 4 It Una thci Quality. S3 OO. D. J). S. A STS. CA Home Phone 2550 e, ' SMOKE Lady Dash 10c Little A., h 5c 1 i Louis 9O0-9- 0I A. Broring, son-in-la- ITARPY'S; j Best Cigars DENTIST STARKS BUILDING. r, FRED ERHART ARCHITECT - ' - Made! NORTON BUILDING N. W. Corner Fourth and iifftrwn a J BGBraxjpHTsr Xfextaxi A3dcsxcxouE. MERRY PARTY. Tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy was tho sceno of a very morry !j I dancing party last week, when friends gathered in honor of their daughter, Miss Catherlno Duffy. Tho guests Included Misses Elizabeth Lobe, Dorothy Bowes, Clarissa Doll, Adello Stokes, Estello Lynn, Qertrudo Klaphoko, Roso Kolb, Ruth Morgan, Gertrude Flko, Henrietta Bohmar, Elizabeth Ebley, Lucille Klaphoko, Blanche Duffy, Mary R. Gates; Messrs. Willis Ranney, Paul Kendall, Lynn Taylor, Clifford Doll, Harry Hlbbs, Fred Knobbo, Bud Badldgo, William Hlbbs, Edwin Bohmar, Louis Ebley, Orby Ruttor, I James Haupt, M. J. Duffy, Jr. MACKIN COUNCIL. Mackln Council's basketball team scored a great victory Saturday evening, defeating the strong Calumet team of Now Albany. Manager Thornton extends an invitation to all basketball fans who enjoy a good gamo to drop around the club house on Wednesday or Friday evenings it they wish to seo some Herman Straus sons J ll We diva and Rtdeera Qeld Trading Stamps. i4 Chance the High Cost of Clothing j A Staggering Blow j For 500 Men to Hit twice-a-year WHY NOT BUY WHEN YOU CAN SAVE? THE BIG SALE FOR MEN CUTS HIGH COST. $3.00 Union Suits $2.80. Splendid quality of hoavy ribbed cotton; comes in cream or white, sizes 3G to 46; $3.00 quality; Monday, special suit.. $2.30 91.00 Wool Mixed Union Suits $2.80. Bristol mako; heavy gray, wool mixed; theso garmonts arc known for their softness and comfort; sizes 34 to 46; $4.00 quality; Monday special. . ,$2.80 $1.50 Cotton Rib Shirts ana Drawers 91.25. Hoavy cotton ribbed; ecru or whlto; splendid mako; sizes up to 46; best $1.50 quality; Monday special ....91.25 Shirts and $1.00 Drawers $3.30. Famous Glastonbury make; lino Australian lamb wool; sizes up to 50.. $3.30 All-Wo- ol (UNDERWEAR $3.50 Union Suits $2.70. spring needle cotton rib; whlto or cream color: sizes 34 to 46; $3.50 quality; Monday special $2.70 $3.00 Wool Mixed Shirts and Coopor's & , t ? '? lengths left from the previous season's selling ventory sale of the one and I starts tomorrow And man, oh, man what a chance this is to hit the high cost of clothing a staggering blow. Prices come down so far in this great tailoring event it makes it seem like the good old times. two-su- it ; Here's good news! The Superior Woolen Mills' after-iri--j '; . .' 2 . Three-Piec- e $25.00, $32.50, $38.50 and $42.50 And Mind You This Includes All Short Lengths of Suitings Formerly Priced Up to $65. 00 two-su- it - Suits to Measure For real basketball. On Thursday evening, January 22 Mackln Social Club will glvo Its Leap Year dance and oxtends a cordial Invitation to its friends to bo present on that occasion, assuring thorn of an enjoyablo evening. EUCHRE, LOTTO, LUNCH. Tho pupils and patrons of Cedar Grove Academy Invito their friends J A , , Famous Glastonbury make; flno heavy gray; wool mixed; nonshrlnkablo; sizes up to 60; $3.00 quality; Monday 'special, 92UJ9 vinnuo tptir ' J j . ! ' ' lengths that we Come in and take your pick of all the one and That's our offer! You will find them all divided into four great lots on sale at these four prices. You'll find a lot of blue and Vilonb- aarrrna fnnnv atrtnoH n1Jl?mprP. hlllA. hmwn find CTTaV flflTl- nels, some worsteds, some cheviots, etc. As you'd naturally expect, JLWfilM but there are many that you will find it mighty nice to slip into when next spring and summer roll around. Now's the time to get have! We'll make them to your measure in the good Superior way mind you, there's no sacrifice 6f our good tailoring, even though these prices are very much lower. Sale starts tomorrow and first choice is always best. Be one of the five hundred men who can profit by this most extraordinary tailoring sale. and acquaintances to a euchre and lotto party on Tuesday, January 22, afternoon and evening, at tho Academy, Thlrty-flft- h and Rudd, when they will enjoy a pleasant time. Games will bo called at 2:30 and 8 o'clock. Luncheon will bo served. MEN'S PROGRESSIVE LEAGUE. St. Anthony's Men's Progressive Leaguo Is tho name- of a now society just organized and will have for Its object tho advancement of tho Interests of that narlsh. Tho officers ;wMiittHmiHftmwitHtmw Doth Phones 1323 $3.00 Vclastic Rib Flccco UhIoh Suits $2.30. Tho genulno velastlc make; soft and plenty of comfort; sizes ! up to 46; standard $3.00 seller; Monday special $2.30 $2.00 Wool Mixed Shirt and ' Drawers $1.70. Heavy gray wool mixture: ' ' sizes up to 60; $2.50 quality; Monday special $1.70 '! i J ! I Jj ' J J ! ' Auto Delivery erior Woolen Mills On Market Between Fifth and Sixth Streets MORI OR TRADE MAflK Hubbuch, President; J. BIrkel, Secretary, and Charles Schmltt. Treasuror. Tho Leaguo will hold Its first entertainment In St. Anthony's Hall, Twenty-thir- d and Market., on February 3 and 4, with a big talk and ouchro party as tho feature. are W. V, Reb. O. JOHN M. MULLOY 212 WEST MARKET STItEET. HIGH GRADE COFFEE Coffeolb Tea, lb Coco, lb Biikintr Powder 80c to $1.25 40a 30o to COe 30o 2Ge JJ5a 40c to COe ENJOYED BANQUET. Tho Rev. Georgo A. Wolss gave an enjoyablo banquet last week to tho choir of St. George's church, of which ho Is pastor. In annreclatlon of their excellent work. Those present were Mrs. Georgo Goebel, organist; William Hodnpp. choir director; Mesdames J. C. Gruber. Edward Broman, Henry Fohlor, F. D. Fust, Georgo Strango, Miss J. G. Metz, James Huth, A. T. Dlrck. JEFFERSONVTLLE. Extract, portubo Pie Filling ' Egg Mitt (20 eggs for 25) LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK For Your Savin gsU.S. Government Protection. More than 35,000 Bank Accounts, representing 100,000 people with a total deposit of more than $10,000,000, is tho monument of confidence built by th people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. ld Bacon a son j 1 M$H$KtN$4HtM4 to YOU undoubtedly would assure your family of after you are gone. a like steady income We dive and Redeem Surety Coupons. DO YOU KNOW A'BOin OUR your heirs are specially trained In financial affairs it MAY BE safe to entrust your property to them. absolute safety and provide assured income by creating a TRUST FUND for them NOW. IF ' I Household Club Plan? Convenient 1 orLUJtvC and. Dignified Method of Purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred Payments, The outstanding features of this method are its convenience in making purchaies without any consid-- 1 erable outlay of cash. The advantage of buying on the Club Plan during our various sales AT SALE PRICES. Whatever is the price of the goods to a cash x or a charge customer, that is also the price to a House hold Club Plan customer. There is positively no advance. There are no "confidential arrangements." It is conducted upon an open basis with a fixed schedule of rates. The first payments aad the monthly payments are the same to all. tA I Fidelity and Columbia i V Trust Co.: MARKET AT SECOND Walter C. Dolnn and Miss Emma UNDER THE BIG CLOCK Laura Dunn, both of Jofforsonvllle, were married Tuesday night at tho rectory of St. Augustine's church, tho Rev. MIchaol Halnln officiating. Tho marrlago of William White and Miss Roso Reidlnger, of Port Where tho home la Where work la qcteldy Fulton, .was performed at tho rec brightest ; done; tory of St. Anthony's church on Where cooking seeou Thursday evening by tho Rev. Oderic Where the work lightest; real faa; Auer. Whore the meal Is rrafvT7iafeg'tlBr Where baklag give defJM 'VaMHlBtiMB THEY ARE BUSY. cooked best; light; range stands Where" the Where dredge la emt at The members of St4 Helena's Cotho test sight operative Club have outlined a prothe That's where That's where the gramme of unusual activity for tho 'Quick Meal'1 comes "Qalck Meal" ohms season. Theso young IB. women conduct dances for tho soldiers at Camp Taylor at Hut 3 every Meal Gaa RuBa Sold, Installed aad Hifthlr RfroemmaarfaJ Thursday evening and Saturday afternoon. Their social meeting takes 215 Place on Monday night, January 2G. JLwl W, MARKET ST. and will be featured by a lecture Tho Dramatic and entertainment. Circle announces "a dress rehearsal" to ho given soon, and tho club danco will take place oarly next month. Where the QuicK Meal Comes In JHwSIiBI '" pro-Lent- en acunn U.l4J..l Q!k V. UV11, jc cat i CLIMB THRIFT LADDER. THOMAS KEEN AN MARKET STREET Mate SSIO-- Columbia Building Fourth and Main. The Oldest Trust Company in the South. t SURETY COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS m-0.- f&3fi2-tT 7 A b0Htei5. VHOAIWV TV -,WL Satisfaction In Eyeglasses Every pair of Glasses that we furnish so thoroughly satisfies the wearer that he rccomendj our service to his friends. We guarantee complete satisfaction. Superior. Deep Curve Lenses, with any mounting in stock, case and cord complete.... $4.50 7Go Extra Small Shelltex Rims We fill your oculist's prescription or duplicate your old lenses. No charge for examination. &SJK SbA ItluVlS&$ w lIK If MiS' Use A stores: and, accept deP?rtment substitutes. Hand Cleaner. o.lI.rm,P8s to hands. XAOIO SOAP PSODUOT8 CO. Incorporated LOUISVILLU KK.VTUCKY wltens ct'e3. For all fabrics oft the coarsest to the finest. At (aia $ (ffRi A ig (aft (uTC 1529 WEST Tho Knights of Columbus climbed high on the ladder of thrift according to an estimate made by William P. Larkin, Overseas Director, who stated that during tho year 1919 tho order had heeded tho national doctrine of saving to the record fig- City t36. ure of $500,000,000. Of this stupendous amount several hundreds of thousands of dollars aro represented by Investments of tho national body in Liberty and Victory bonds and Savings Stamps. A recapitulation of tho 1.S00 councils of tho Knights reveal that they individually con9 tributed enormous funds in governB. CHESTXtrr mental securities. Moro than 0 has beon invested by members of the order in thrift stamps and Liberty bonds alono. I HOBU2 PHONE SS Mr. Larkin stated that tho Daughters of Isabella, which is tho women's auxiliary of tho Knights of Columbus, had taken a very prom inent part in tho thrift campaign and had a total investment amounting close on to $1,500,000. Tho cnmpalgn to Bpread tho doctrine of thrift throughoot tho country Is already progressing for tho new year, he said, and tho Knights hope to re&25SS peat and surpass the total of half a billion dollars tho 1019 record. 717-71$175,-000,0500.-0000 k ..IXJroa&RlV DIRECTOR.. X. D. L. DirectorBAX and Funeral tEnibalmer LOUISVIXiliS, JR. CUMBERLAND MAIN 3&71.y J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. WmmmmmMM Tfo-- MUST MOTHERS WORK? East ISXeilTx Stares. VVVVVtVVVtVAM 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, mm Samf itfidtavrnf' 6ff S Fottrtfi Ave. BLUE GRASS GARAGE "THE OLD ARMORY" 53S-37-39-- 41 Open For Business 1 (Incorporated) ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF SOUTH SEVENTH STREET STSRABC 25 CTS. ALL MEN IN CHAREE AUTOMOBILES STORED AND WASHED SHCUl ATTENTMN TO THEATER EXPERIENCED. City S-360- 0 3EHOIE; 3Vrciixa. Louisvillc.IQf 1040 HARVEY-JELLIC-O (INCORPOXATMJ) COAL CO. Main 1813 The Company With the Coal and the Service. Famous Black Joe Lump Goal from Eater KeatHcky. $7.00 tea, delivered; $.00 per toa at yards, Ttmr&a loeated at Fifteenth aad Magnolia. Yard at First and A. Yard aad Blarater, Pepe aad Payae Streets. PImbm at All Yards. ANDERSQM LUMBER City 1813 Christian civilization requires tho presence of tho mother In tho household and not in tho factory. Once a living wage has been socured lor every Head or a family It will bo possible to legislate against the employment of. mothers away from tho children whom tho Almighty has committed to their own direct care affecand not to tho tions of oven tho best of day nurseries. Why Indeed must mothers work In factories? step-mother- ly It is Indifferent what tho wago rates may be in this particular corporation, but It is time that Amorlcans realize that posed bread-winner- ." and highly philanthropic, but wo heartily ngreo with the trado unionist's comment w4ien he writes: "This anonuncoment may bring joy to 'uplifters' and social workers, but against It is a bitter indictment wages paid to tho father and sup- The American Woolen Company will establish a "motherhood insurance." which Is to afford four weoks' benefit without cost to every prospective mother In tho employ of tho corporation. This may bo well-meant DOUGHERTY & McELUOTT I Funeral Directors and Embalmersi J30'rEC pxxorcjE&s. $ Home City SOOS-- a t Comb. Mala HMM-K"l"l"M"K- "t IIIUItlMIHMIIIlIIHIII 2M8 U 4 ! GRAN. W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. j Doors Sash LUMBER CO i Broadway COUNTY BOARD MEETING. Funeral Director and Embalmer Ts. j ; and 12Ui St ALT, UNDER ROOF Tho County Board, A. O. H.; will meet Friday evening, January 23, in TtArtrnnri TTnIK Trains' ihn fflrnf tnpaf year, Is expected Iing of the newwill be it tally divisions ! BOTH PHONES 810. ljeinfftiiiitni SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE 5TS. K.