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Kentucky Irish LOUISVILLE, SATU OVER THE TOP EASY. dGjLlf JIJUJ al ' Atixl i igloo MAIM CMOMt: KOt IM ll!lla Tajik Trmfcr Incorporated itcry Driver an 8con. C. VOLUME XL1V. NO. 4. State is tho very breath of Catholic discipline It is extraordinary that tho Fcdoral prohibition amondment should bp singled out for particular attention abovo other statutes equally binding. Tho American peoplo can bo trusted to obey ovory constilaw. I think tho 'Siberian Officials Praiso "Cascys" tutional tho churches isthat teachfuncto tho tion of Good Work la for- Their virtuo of obcUIenco, and then leavo tho enforcement of law to tho propRussia. erly constituted agencies of JANUARY 24, 1920. PRICE FIVE CENTS. k. - or c. Caring for American Calls for Lone- some Journeys Lasting for "Weeks. EVERYBODY ENTHUSED. All friends of tho Visitation Homo for Working Girls are enthused over tho prospects for tho drlvo that will open next week for that most ' worthy institution, and for which Chairman Frank Gohor and his asSecretaries Always on tho Alert for sociates havo perfected plans that will again put Loulsvillo "over tho tho American Naval top" in this campaign for tho beneVessels. fit of Kentucky's young women. During tho past wcok congregational meetings havo been held in Sacred Heart, St. Georgo, St. Joseph, St. HEAR NOTIHNG BUT PRAISE. Mary Magdalen, St. James and St. Vincent do Paul parishes, and also of tho Daughters of Isabollo, all of which wero enthusiastic and gavo a uu mi.. nrnA.t f Mi..,OTlMfv in rnv ' mtmilDU ul Diriuuum iuouuo " """' sailors in city and parishes havo been divided ?uao soldiers and ,nt0 dlatrlctg for tho can.vass, and Russia with tho same- success that jt i8 urged that everybody bo ready heralded his efforts in France, Bel- -' to respond when called upon. Mon- gium and Germany is substantiated day night thoro will bo a public In official letters just made public mas3 meeting to start tho drlvo at by Wlilliam J. Mulligan, Chairman tho Knights of Columbus Hall, 81G of tho Commltteo on war Activities south Fourth street, to which ovory for tho Knights of Columbus body will bo welcome. Tho various Through tho distribution of free commltteo chairmen will submit gifts, personal attention and enter- their reports and tho most oloquent tainments, tho "Casey" men In Si- and able speakers In tho city will bo beria, under tho direction of Will-la- present to glvo this popular and Fox, of Indianapolis, and Garry needful drlvo a rousing start. It Is McGarry, of Buffalo, havo become not thought anyone will fail to subTory popular with tho doughboys scribe to this cause, approved by and gobs. Part of tho work involv- Bishop O'Donoghu and tho Board of ed in tho caring for tho Americans Trado, and ono of tho most deservcalls for lonesomo Journeys of weeks ing over put before tho public. n along tho routo of tho STROKE WAS FATAL. railroad. Hero tho Secretaries met up with tho Corporal and squad With sincero regret tho Kentucky on guard duty at tho various posts. In speaking of tho work of Secre- Irish Amorican chronicles tho sudtary McGarry, who was formerly a. den death of John P. Kelly, ono of musical comedy star on tho Gay Its first subscribers and a veteran Rlalto of Now York City, Major Gen. of tho Loulsvillo Polico Department, William S. Graves, commanding tho who was stricken with apoplexy Siberian forces, wroto Chairman Mulligan: "Tho services of McGarry among tho A. E. F. in Siberia havo been oxtromely valuablo in connection with the comfort and entertainment of tho troops, and has had an extremely valuablo effect upon tho morale of theso forces." which tho "Tho Knights of Columbus havo had from Russian and other authorities at a time when anything Amorican was distinctly unpopular is another tribute to tho ability and fitness of tact and worthiness," said Lieut. H. A. Horgan, moralo officer with tho troops. Major Samnol I. Johnson Provost Marshal of Vladivostok, told Mulligan in his letter :. "I hoar nothing but praiso on every sldo for tho work of tho Knights of Columbus In Siberia. May tho good work continue." Messrs. McGarry and Fox, besides keeping track of tho doings in Russia, aro always on tho "alerto" for ReSunday morning whllo waiting for tho American naval vessels. and cently at Yokohama tho Asiatic fleet a street car at Twenty-eight- h arrived and tho Knights of Colum- Madison. John Kolly was born In bus went to meet him. Tho first County Galway, Ireland, In 1844, night a banquet was provided for all and with his parents camo to Louisville when thirteen years old. Hero tho men of tho cruiser South Tho men wore entertained for he lived an activo and useful llto. seven days with excursions to vari- For a number of years he owned ous Islands in the sea of Japan. and conducted Kelly's Park at and Elliott, ono of When tho party ended Rear Admiral Twenty-eight- h Albert Gleaves, former head of tho tho most popular amusement places cruiser and transport service that In Kentucky and tho sceno of tho took 2,000,000 Yanks overseas, first balloon ascension in Loulsvillo. wroto tho following account of his About 1S9S ho organized tho Free impressions of the K. of C. activi- Turnpike Leaguo of Jefferson County, and it was largely duo to his ties: ex"I desire to thank you andvalu- efforts and leadership that travelers wero freed from road toll. His servpress my appreciation of the ablo services rendered to our officers ice In tho Loulsvillo Polico Departand men during tho visit of our ment dates back to April, 1870. Ho ship to Yokohama. Through your was probably tho oldest man in assistance you have provided oppor- point of servico In the department. tunity for tho enlisted personnel to Ho was a first Lieutenant when visit ashore under conditions that John G. Baxter was Mayor. "Mr. not only tended to eliminate a pos- Kelly wes looking forward to April sible cause of disturbance, but gavo 1, at which time ho intended to reoccasion for tho Japanese peoplo to sign as patrolman and celebrato a see our men under orderly and fa- "golden jubilee." Faithful and loyal vorable circumstances. It Is hardly to this country, ho cherished a lovo necessary to mention tho valuo theso for Ireland and tho Catholic revisits ashore will havo in bettering ligion, and was widely known for his generosity to tho deserting the moralo of tho crew." In his report to Overseas Direc- poor. Ho is survived by his widow, tor William P. Larkln. of tho Mrs. Roso Kelly; a daughter, Mrs. Edgar' A. John Qulnn, arid four sons, W. C, Knights of Columbus, Sharp. K. of C. Commissioner to tho Thomas F E. C. and Theodore nrftinh iBles. who has JuBt returned Kolly. His funeral took placo Tuesby tho Fabre Lino steamer Madonna, day morning from tho Church of superiority In Our Lady, Rev. Martin O'Connor i states that Amorican & sport, demonstrated so often in En- - conducting tho solemn obsequies. gland. Is one of tho things underly- THEY MUST STAY. g Engllsu prejudice against Ainernnn. " witnessed many cuinuuu- A survey of tho numbor of former tHss between Americans and "In fact, the servico men unemployed tho first ho said. Knhts of Columbus put on all two weeks of 1920 has just been roanr 0f athletic contests between completed by Daniel J. Sullivan, DiEnglinon and Americans. While rector of tho Knights of Columbus not antieii by rlpts, thoro was employment servico. Twenty-seve- n plentyy fooling in evidence at all cities aro covered In his report, times. t tno boys like this. I'm which shows that moro than 10,000 inclined, think the English and former veterans in theso cities aro AmorIcanagreo a g0od doal in tak- unemployed, Now York leading with ing trltlefl,prloU8iy... the largest number, which Is 2,000. Ho saw t, and "The figures show that tho "McGoorty of servico mon Is still a flghts. .trained exacy ono weejj f0r his problem, demanding considerate atwith Bo.ott .. ho said. "If ho tention," said Diroctor Sullivan. "In bout had trained Beckott many of tho cities tho Knights have 0 weoks. would nevor 1C, me carnontlor." been oporating employment bureaus English, adding to tho K. C alono tho last several months. This Tho man. aro "i"t tho tight llttlo is especially true of New York. Isle for athletic Mlent for next received from different Olmpic gan. at Antwerp. year'B agencies make it imperative that tho Knights stay in tho field until tho DRY LEAPER!vjAKR0Wt unemployment situation has been ontiroly cleared up." n The invited Hayes, otw York, to Archbjshop NEELL ON BOARD. plans attend a meeting . 01(1 ho a"0,1".0" Tho Judges of tho Supremo Court Prohibiten and tho t tho of tho District of Columbia have selollowlHg repiy: lected Dr. Charles Patrick Neill, liJ'Jn replytotobeyour comim aUon manager of tho bureau of Informapresent, ort r(jp. tion of tho Southwestern railways "ooklng me at City under Y. and former Commissioner of Labor, SfNew York "vr"""6 Leal x as a member of tho Board of, EduSices of the AntJ'Saloon cation of tho District of Columbia, wish to say that I Invitation. to succeed John B. Lnrnor, resigned. your wtv to accept Dr. Nelll Is a native of Rock Island BtudIea at tho University of Ume to aMMteyeu tBw no sue .ccta8Notro Damo and the University et Its enure awaK to lay itN on and received the degree of 1w iKSlfc ".Uchelor of art from Georgetown feortev llTsrsary. tlasee to iwiKiw ,7 - : J m Trans-Siberia- Da-kot- a. Eng-ls'nen- ," Rockott-McGoor- ty Beckott-CaiSnt- er Ro-po- rts Anti-Saloo- Xq n,ch tlb V V"--- IU "J'V'exas. J?? SINN FEINERS LExlD. Iso (o tho public, which they made Id the Courier-Journof January Though llttlo nows ot tho clcc- 29, 1918, then saying "thnt news Pledges bf ?2, 506,000 to the bond suppression would bo n thing of tho tlons held throughout Ireland on issue of tho Irish Republic wore past and news cspcclnlly pcrtnlnlng Thursday of last week has yet beon mado Sunday afternoon at tho mass meeting at tho Lexington Theator, to tho police department would be punmuuu io pass xne untisn nows given to the public," Smith adding agoncles, preliminary returns in the Now York City. Of tho total Issuo of $10,000,000 tho quota for tho that ho was "tho President of n big municipal elections in Dublin show And United Action Needed to, Safetlio corporation, tho taxpayers being successes for tho Sinn Fein candiState of New York is $3,000,000 and Bogs Gets- vffifewtpjPrem guard the' Freedom of stockholders and entitled to tho dates. Thrco Sinn Fein Commoners that for tho city $2,400,000. Tho CoiuMgjjSsfMHl announcement that tho city had gone news." Tlidt was the promise. Hero wero elected on tho first coUrit, inEducation. is tho porformanco. over tho top was recolvod with enOur near cluding Alderman Tom Kelloy, now Mayor did not tell tho public that in prison in London, who obtained thusiasm at the meeting, which was ho would order a complete Investi- moro than three times tho necessary ono of tho largest and most spirited 'iNsttS gation of tho graft and gambling over held In tho interest of the Irish ""nN!"'n,W.h0n8!.MeU,ods Employed by the Advocates 0 Perry Bill WojMNto injurious cause. Archbishop Hayes set a to charges for tho public's benefit, but ... ... v.j... wy ...wvUu lao mm subscription. In a letter to W. of tho Smith-Townho sent for Clics Searcy, Chairman an mueponuent candidate, scored a Illiterate Nopgjos and Moun- of the Republican City and County record poll, duo to tho fact, it was Bourko Cochran, the Chairman, ho Measure. Campaign Committee, and tho said, that ho supported Sinn Fein said ho was making this personal statement was then given out that candidates in other sections. contribution after a conference .with Results from tho country districts tho games wonld bo ordered to Presldont Do Valera, of tho Irish 2 '. Nothing, mind you, as to close. Republic, and was "convinced that ' who ordered them open or as to doranco ot tho vote went to tho Situation of Our Prlvato and Paro his programmo for tho development Somcbotly PagMhifatcrs and was entirely practical and how long they had been running, or Sinn Fein aspirants, and it Is con of chial Schools Continues tho names of thoso who had been sldered cortaln that tho party, to-- I constructive." Critical. running them. "Roform, oh, re- gether with labor, will havo a con When President Do Valera was vesitftftlloB. majority form, how many sins aro committed siderable outsldo of Introduced ho received an ovation Ulstor. in thy name." that lasted many minutes. Contests In Ulstor botween UnionTho Kentucky Irish Amorican two Others who spoka wero tho Rev. years ago called attention to tho ists and Nationalists woro close in PROTESTS STILL UNANSWERED. Francis P. Duffy, W. Bourko Cock-ra- n, Justice Daniel F. Cohalan.Mrs. fKEYSTONERS AND SMILE WEEK. suicidal policy of tho present ad- all sections. Theso parties united to O'Reilly, wifo of tho lato James ministration In firing old policemen oppose tho Sinn Felners, several of O'Reilly, known as tho "Irish Paul and appointing "hick" motormen whom nevertheless wero olected. Up to January 15 tho Belfast Cor- Revere;" Joseph F. Scott, of Los and conductors, and tho events of Some months ago It was widely Tho latest conclusive proof that tho past fow weeks and months noratlon Angeles, and Rabbi David Klein, of consisted or I "y-tw- o rumored, especially In Catholic cir-tho Courier-Journand TIme3 are havo convinced pretty near every- Unlonlsts and eight Nationalists, but cles, that tho Smith, and Towner Blohn Temple. Both rs enrolled In doing th'o bidding of tho one that our aggregation of a3 a result of tho elections which bills for tho creation of a Fodoral Republican bcssostls seen In tho OLD LIMERICK BOY. aro ono hugo joke. Any ended Saturday, in which tho La- - Department of Rinrninn. wMoj, of the Bingham press to- - murder Is a mystery, and so many jborites, Dovlinltes and Sinn Feiners aroused so much opposition during Damon Runyon, tho famous Now wards tho bill introduced by Sena- - wrong arrests havo been mado by ojwiiiunjr uuubucu un;a, ii nun ijio recent uongress. nad beon wlth- only thirty-seveIn tho Joke cops lately that it a loss of fifteen. drawn and that a harmless Bank- York sporting editor, has been so- - tor will 1'orry at Frankfort, evory man to havo an alibi In tho Victoria and Shankhlll dis- uoad bill would tako thoir place. In which It was pr6posod to abolish Journlng at Jacksonville, Flu., and emblems. flThat Publisher ready at all times. Tho nearest tricts tho Sinn Felners also mado tho faco of theso assertions tho quesIn discussing tho prominent men of party tho placo says: "Harry Culley, Bingham la enlisted in tho advance-sportin-g thing to a cluo or real arrest In tho inroads on tho Unionist party, elect- tion arises: Aro not theso soothTimes-Uniomont of all schemes and political muto murder caso was mado by Of- ing candidates in both places. sayers too optimistic? and tho moro editor of tho (yes, Beanblossom will gladly take you around and in- - purposes of Boss Tobo Hort, formor-troduc- o ficer Claudo Important question: Is tho Smith you to Domlnlck iMullanoy, ly of Indiana, there is no doubt, that's his real namo), who says ho .SACRED HEART BOY SCOUTS. Towner Bill really dead? The a stopped a deaf and dumb man at a gigantic figure of a man and onco and tho frenzied, and insano man-must, wo regret to say, bo Monday night tho Sacred Heart nogativo. noted minor leaguo first baseman nor in which tho Blpgham press at-a- 2:30 in tho morning, wearing two Tho National Education - tacked Senator Perry, ono of tho suits of clothes, carrying a big school at Seventeenth and Broad- Association, tho primo mover in the, later an umpire in tho Amerlempha-prospec- ts can Leaguo. Domlnlck had bright brightest men in tho Senate, knlfo, and acting In an excitable way was tho armory for tho Boy entire agitation which has been as a big leaguo gesticula- -' sizes tho control of.1 Republican Bos3 manner, BUT HE LET HIM GO. Scouts. In tho presence of Rev. working hand in hand with tho Butor and then his health failed him. ; Hort over tho editorial and news Maybo It is just as well though. If Patrick Walsh, tho pastor, and a reau of Education announces and ho had been arrested, tho man, it number of men and women of tho through its Bullotin: "The Smlth-Town- er Perhaps it was best. Ho is now columns of tho Courier-Journproprietor of tho biggest billiard Times. It is rumored that Wallace ho didn't llko It, could leave Jail parish, tho roprosentlvo of tho NaBill is still in commltteo In hall in Jax and doing well. A flue Hughes, who is seen frequently hob-ma- when he wanted to judging from tional Catholic War Council, organ- both the Senato and Houso. Of Mullanoy." Domlnlck is a na- - nobbing with Morrow and Hort, is the many escapes at that institu- ized a troop that it was predicted course it will not need to bo Introand ox- - tion, three getting tired and leaving will soon equal if not surpass any duced, but will hold Its present tivo of this city and got his base- - the press representative poll Thursday morning. body of Boy Scouts In Kentucky. number and designation throughout ball start In Llmorick, where ho pounder of tho cies. Tho bill to labollsh party emwas Immensely popular. Tho near Mayor asked us all to Tho youngsters turned out In num- tho. Sixty-sixt- h Congress, which will blems was a blow at the pretty smile this week, as It was "Smile bers and wero filled with enthus- expire March 4. We shall do all in schomo of Hert and" tho Republican Week." and tho Tax Receiver sends iasm, but tho closo attention and our power to secure tho passage of TEXAN WINS BRIDE. machine to entrench Itself in Louis-M- r. out tho tax bills with tho biggest Interest given tho words of tho in- this bill by tho Sixty-sixt- h ConIn tho city's history. Wo can structor gavo evidence of earnest- gress." Tho N. E. A. means what It and Mrs. Cornelius R. O'Brien, villo and Kentucky for years to 1242 South Brook street, announco come and the expose drew tho fren-th- o always got a smlio out of tho Key- ness and a determination to meet says when It announces that It 'will marriage of their daughter, Miss zied attack from the stone cops, that is those of us who all requirements ot tho now Institu- "do all in Its power to secure tho J Maud Linus O'Brien, to Lloyd T. papers. haven't beon robbed or knocked in tion. After tho meeting a numbor passage" of Its measure tho adopTho schema of Boss Hort was In the head by crooks, and that list is of committees woro named to co- tion of its plan of creating a DeCorbett, of Sherman, Texas, on Monday night at St. Louis Bertrand troduced In this "ways Just a year growing smaller. Incidentally tho operate with tho boys and assist in partment of Education under an apand Times public is not getting to hear of one-fif- th their activities. Thoy will havo reg- pointed Secretary of Education, who tho Courier-Journ- al church, the Rev. Father Lyons elating. Miss Estcllo Young was came out with glaring announce-th- o of tho robberies and assaults ular meetings and drills, tho next Is to bo a member of tho Presidenbridesmaid and Frank O'Brien, monts that A. T. Hert, tho Republi-broth- and tho first precaution is to shield to tako placo Monday night. tial Cabinet. The propaganda conof tho bride, was best man. can National Committeeman and nfgro perpetrators. About that ducted by it is quite active. Kentucky, had seen a smile week. A "hick" from WoodSHOWS HEAVY RECORD. The brldo wore her traveling suit of ' leader in Tho protests raised againBt tho light and was now an advocate ford county hero ten days was mado Smtth-Townmidnight bluo tricotino with a close great bills during tho last judiciary. This a Keystonor and was reported missfitting hat of bluo taffota trimmed of a Tho women's ofllco of tho National twelve months in all sections of tho many, as ing tho first night, getting lost on Catholic War Council at 657 South United States remain unanswered as In gold, and a corsage bouquet of, fooled tho peoplo, but not orchids. Miss Young woro a bluo it was seen that Boss Hert was av his beat, and couldn't find his way Fourth street reports that during far as tho N. E. A. and tho Bureau trlcoletto dress with bluo hat to ready figuring on tho Louisville back to tho station house. Another tho eight months up to January 1 of Education aro concerned, no atmatch and carried Mrs. Ward roses. election of 1921, Boss Hert real- Keystoner at Fourth and Walnut over 1,500 women and girls asked tempt being mado to answer tho arMr. and Mrs. Corbett left imme- izes that tho present' Democratic ju- lost his tomnor at a messenger boy for help in finding positions; that guments advanced against tho prodiately on a Western wedding trip, diciary nnrt tho ..strongest prospec- and in revenge stuck out his tonguo tho ofllco was. successful in moro posed scheme; thus the entlro fight . oi mo catjuti, wimu LbUftkcn out ,pr. t,ho TeaJm ot .intel and at It a. conclusion will bo at tive candidates aroa&ns$ct' to tho tiTtd- made "a nasty face at the cul man ono-unr- u homo after February 1 In Sherman, party and that ticro Is not much prit. Just imagine a real poucoman Bomo "have' moved" away "and. with- - lectual argumentation ana simmers available timber In tho local Repub- resorting to that terrlblo revenge. drawn their application and otuers down to an attempt to gain influTexas. lican ranks. Thus to remove this "When Greok Meets Greek" is tho aro still being worked on. Tho ence and votes. Tho many protests Democratic asset a few Circuit title of this: A proud Keystoner in classes on Wednesday and Friday sent to Congress and Senato by BIG CHURCH DAY. Judges would bo awarded tho Dom- - a war of words with a Broadway nights In ofllco training and English Catholics wero forceful Indeed, and It was a gala day on January 10 ocrats, and if necessary trado thom car motorman said, "You goldarned mathematics aro doing splendid reflected the views and wishes of in tho old Third district of New Or- - all away but ono tho Judgeship of scab." Tho car man got back with, work. Other girls interested may Innumerable voters. Yet theirs leans when in tho early hours of tho . the Criminal Court. Then under tho "I'd rather, bo a scab than a boob Join at any time. Thero aro no fees wore not tho only objections raised morning tho Church of tho Holy Re- - guiso of tho Bing- - Keystoner." Wo'll have to glvo tho for theso classes. The branch from against the bills and tho endeavors dcomer was solemnly dedicated for ham press could seo no obstacle to decision to tho motorman. Poor old tho Public Library has a complete of tho N. E. A. at tho Milwaukee the use of colored Catholics In tho advising tho peoplo to support tho Koystoners, they aro alright for set of new books. On the reading meeting of tho N. E. A., held last downtown section of tho city. It Is Republican .party, tho party of non-th- o Smith's smile week, but thoy are not tablo aro many good Catholic maga- summer, was severely criticised by second church exclusively do-- ; partisanship. No mention was mado thero in solving mysteries or catch- zines, including tho latest numbers both tho School Review and the of tho Catholic World, Catholic Amorican School Master. Tho N. E. voted to tho colored peoplo below of tho Assessor's office, an office ing holdup mon. Review, America, etc. Canal street, and tho sixth church which abovo ovory other in city or A. Is now urging that an InternaCharities set apart exclusively for colored Stato should bo nonpartisan, as that CHINESE MISSION SOCIETY. tional bureau ot education 1)0 proSIGHT. Now Orleans. Tho ofllco can bo used to punish politiCatholics EDIFYING in vided for in tho charter of tho League dt Nations. Ono would natChurch of tho Holy Redeemer, up cal rivals. The same can bo said ot Tho Chinese Mission Society at ago, was known as other departments, but there Is tho Omaha, Neb., has recently received men given under urally assume that, onco tho N. E. to. thrco months Tho retreat for real milk In tho cocoanut. If Sena- nows from Rome that the Holy Seo tho auspices of tho Holy Name So- A. undertook to sponsor an internatho Third Presbyterian church. Tho erection of a now parish at tor Perry's bill became a law It has entrusted to tho caro of tho ciety closed Sunday with an edify- tional movement in education, it Algiers for Catholic colored peoplo, wonld dcprlvo 40,000 negroes in Boclett a largo populous mission in ing sight, betwoen 400 and 500 re- would define specifically Its own nafollowing so soon upon tho purchase Kentucky and possibly 10,000 illit-cra- tho Provinco of Hupeh, in Central ceiving holy communion In a body tional programmo first, and then mountain Republicans. There China, with tho city of Hanyang as at 7:30 o'clock mass, whllo many state just how much thereof it deof the Third Presbyterian church, opposlto Washington Square, and was method in tho. madness of tho headquarters. Tho Hold assigned by others because of thoir positions had sires to inject into the programme of papers. tho Holy Seo to tho Chinese Mission to attend the earlier masses. Sun- tho international body. In Its antho consequent foundation of tho parish of the Holy Redeemer In this In Chinatown, of Now York and Society extends over several thou- day evening Rov. Father Edward nouncement, howover, of tho idea downtown section, shows tho prog- San Francisco every now and then sand square miles of Central Hupeh. O'Hearn, who had conducted tho re- underlying its plan for an internaress of tho good work of tho thero is a war betwoen gamblers, It is estimated that its total popula- treat, preached tho closing sermon tional organization it chooses to bo Fathers, to whoso caro both called tho "Battle of the Tongs." tion is nearly four million. Tho and gavo Papal benediction. Sixty-flv- o just as vague as it has often beon now members woro received heretofore in its announcements reWell, Louisville is now staging one city of Hanyang, which will bo tho parishes havo been entrusted. of these little gambling feuds of Its headquarters of their activities, haB into tho society by Rev. Father R. garding national mattors. own. HEADS RED CROSS. The foud Is caused by tho a population of roughly half a G. Lyons, Chaplain of tho Holy Whllo theso efforts aro In progress samo trouble among tho Chinese million, whllo the throe cities to- Name Society, and it is now claimed to centralize cduca;ion in our counRev. Richard A. Dowed, pastor ot gamblers, and that Is tho fight over gether havo a total population of that this is tho largest socloty of try and to glvo International scope to tho plans of tho N. E. A., tho sitthe Church of tho Annunciation, tho graft coming from gambling; two million. Beforo tho end of the Its kind south of tho Ohio river. Akron, Ohio, has been elected Chair- You will havo to give tho Chinks an present year tho Chlneso Mission Souation of tho prlvato, including the STANDARD PICTURES. man of tho Akron Chapter of the edge over tho Loulsvillo feudists, as ciety hopes to havo between thirty parochial, schools. !s still critical. Red Cross. Father Dowed was ono tho former class acknowledge they and forty missionaries, tro'm Ireland Optimists may announce that tho aro gamblers, but our locals pose as and tho United States, working in of tho ploneors in Tho peoplo ot Loulsvillo will bo prlvato schools aro not io danger. work; has served on tho Health "reformers," and wero supported for their nowly appointed district. Tho pleased to know that tho great Cath- Still tho presonco of tho Smith bill in picture classic, "Tho Congress, and other efforts dhctod Commltteo of tho Chamber of Com- ofllco by tho cntlro membership of central position of thoir mission and olic motion merce; was a prime mover In tho tho Loulsvillo Ministerial Associa- tho means of communication It af- Victim, or tho Seal of tho Confes- against the prlvato schools, argue to establishment of tho People's Hospi- tion, as stated by Dr. E. Y. Mullins fords with tho surrounding provinces sion," is to bo presented in Louls- tho contrary. Tho causo of freedom tal, and activo in tho City Hospital when tho delegation of ministers will undoubtedly bo of great advan- villo at St. Xavior's. This Saturday ot education, as anyono may eeo and Children's HosnUal work. Ho colled on near Mayor Smith recent- tage to them In establishing tho two performances will bo presented, from tho facts adduced, stands in has been in Akron soven years, com- ly to protest against Sunday moving faith In tho heart of China. at 2.: 30 in tho afternoon and at 8 need of vigilant friends. And oven ing from Astabula county. Ohio. Ho pictures. That brings tho point. o'clock in the evening. On Sunday moro than mere vlgllanco is needed sorvod two years ago as Vico Presi- Dr. Mullins and his ministerial colorganized, general preparedness, CHAPLAIN FOR CARRIERS. thero will be ono performance, In dent ot tho Chamber ot Commorco, leagues stand sponsor for Smith's tho evening at 8 o'clock. Other per- tor defense is nocessary. In the and was a member of tho War Chest administration, and wo all know Rev. John J. Klernnn, former U. formances will be given, and dates States and in Congress tho agitation Commltteo and Vico President of tho. how Rov. M. P, Hunt wont slum- 8. A. chaplain of General Hospital announced later, besides theso three to curtail this freedom is going on, ming in tho Tenderloin under Dem- No. 4, Fort Oglothorpo, and later Tho Catholic Art Association 13 to and nothing but a determined stand Red Cross during tho war period. flThntilnln. was .recently se bo commended In placing this play, and active countor-ngltatto- n will ocratic reign, his report being mado part of the Republican campaign lected as chaplain of tho Now York "Tho Seal of tho Confession," and savo tho schools from tho enemy. UND70RM FUND BENEFIT. Cath- Catholics, and in fact all citizens book. Now if these reverend Letter Carriers' Association, lion, the "Transgressor" beforo tho St. Bonlfaco Commandery, Knights la tho w tsi Tfollv. finnntv Clerk: Senator olic public. To stago both ot theso "to Stato "absolutism owe freo-doand their they Calder, Judge Goldfbgel and Presi- productions cost tho producers sevof St John, havo mado olaborato Men's Federation aro sincero tho duty to do all in their pow-o- r preparation for their first grand will Investigate the many charges dent La Gardla, ot tho Board of eral hundred thousand dollars. to combat this danger and to pro-sereuchre and lotto.'to bo given Febru- of corruption and crookedness mado Aldermen, woro present when tho intact for futuro generations ary 4, in the Vernon Club hall. Tho la the past week. Wo all know how officers woro Installed and congratuNAME VERY BEST. tho rights of parents to determine proceeds will bo for tho uniform a fow yeara ago the Men's Federa- lated tho' association on their choice tho policy of education in their sevC. B. otC.V. . fund, tho admission being only ton tion hired private detectives from of Father Klernan. Every other day now somebody's eral communities. so cents, with a dbor award ot $5 la Chicago to Investigate conditions Presidential "boom" Is launched, gold. There will bo many handsome hero .wider Democratic reign, but PEWEE VALLEY. FRIENDS INVITED. that the numbor of candidates for awards, one $2.50 in gold. Major nothing ot that kind has been atnomination bids fair to make tho .t tviIav. nnn of tha lendlnc national conventions next summer tho commltteo tempted under Smith' administraJohn Helndlrk-anTho ladles ot tho Sanctuary Guild for the tion. So much for tho ministers spirits and business mon of Peweo moro interesting and lively, It possi- and the Altar Society of St. Charles look for a big benefit Knights. and tho Federation workers, who Valley, was tno unanimous cnoice ble, than thoy havo over been. Borromeo church, Twenty-sevent- h President Politicians may bo guided In their and Chestnut, extend a hearty incan hunt bigger game than Doug and was again LADIES' SOCIETY ELECTS. Fairbanks and H'm. S, Hart and nf tn Pnmon VnllftV Rtnto Bank. preferences by this or that consid- vitation to thoir friends to be with prove that .they aro reformers be- which enjoys a high financial stand eration, hints tho Western World, them next Tuesday, In tho afternoon Tho St. Elizabeth Ladies' Sqclety fore politician. ing. Tno otner omcers oiecieu aru but perhaps tho majority of tho peo- at 2:30 and at night at 8 o'clock. of St. Joseph church has elected The break between Sheriff Will G. O. Forwood, Vice President; H. plo will work to havo the vory best For tho convenience of thoso who now officers as follows: Mrs. Kate Ross, representing the. Court House n. Pollock. Cashier, and Miss Anna kind ot Americans selected, bo that wish to remain a plate luncheon e, Ptafflnger. President; Mrs. Rose Republicans, and Petty and nobody of Bmaller calibre than that consisting of Bandwlches', salads and Ramsey, book-keepe- r. representing tho City Halt Belchler, Vice President; Mrs. Mary doraanded by tho highest American-la- coffeo will bo served. A load ot Mrs. Republican, promtaM noma Intermay havo oven a ghost of a coal will bo given away both' afterMOVING PICTURE. Hablch Glaser. Treasurer; Secretary; esting development, while poor old. Catherlno Kohlmeler, chanco to occupy tho Whlto Houso noon and night as a tally award. Promoters, Mrs. Elizabeth McLaln, near Mayor Smith to in a daze from "The Victim, or the Seal of Con- chair. Tho women say. "Como down and Mrs. John Murphy, Mrs. Elizabeth the charge and cputlter-charge- e fession," an interesting and Instruchavo a real good time." DEATH AT PARIS. Tumbrlnk. hurled at hlo rofora" administra- tive moving picture, will be shown tion. Sheriff Rom charged that the at St. William's Hall, Thirteenth INTO ETERNAL REST, - ' RECOVERING FROM INJURIES. polico captains and thoir subordi- and Oak streets, three nights and Timothy Hlgglns, ninety yoars nates wero protecting gambling Sunday matinee, beginning tomor- old, of Paris, has outlived his nino Mrs. Mary McHuch, seventy year Engineer Mack Sullivan, who was games and BnrltaiKanie and Petty row. Tomorrow's matinee will bo sons. Willllam A. Hlgglns, tho last old, passed peacefully away at hor Injured ia a wreck at NaakviU mt charge ttet JtoM I ooro because hie at S:15 o'clock and will be for chil- ot the nine, died Saturday at the bomo in Flemlncsburg after a long eral month age, fes arrfred In Monde woro not alio wed -o .run dren, the admission fee to be fifteen residence ot a sister In Paris after Illness bomo with patience and forBowling .Cree from that eity to. smb)m bonsoe. and became they cents The evening performance to- in illness of several months. Ho is titude. She is survived by one apn, vlH M aieter, Mra. Jeha Beaton. woa't awwort him tor May4r. Near morrow. Monday and Tneeday" will survived by hlo father and two sis- J. H, McIIugh, and three daughters, before returning to ! homo in MotPOM .tmtth ad Chiof oVPollce be for adults, admission to bo tainy- - ters. Mrs. Moljle Lavla and Mrs, Mrs. James Ryan, Mrs. W. H. FischLotttarili. MalachI Flasigaa. Potjr then Woo thoir oolomi ye cents. er and' Mrs, James R. Doran. REPpCAN VIGILANCE )r y $1,-00- K .iffl er Fed-Irelan- d, IS al Key-stono- do . es n, n, ' an-sw- or nd " al n, Hert-BIngha- m so Hort-Blngha- m er I or non-partis- : -- - . to Hort-Blngha- m Jos-ephl- to gort-tlem- en op-pos- od m vo d t Bur-llngam- . m 'itiuy ; G1 . ' Li2NtarrJOr3yr January 27 Euchre and lotto of St. Charles Borromea church, afternoon and evening. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. February 3 and 4 Men's Welfare Advancement of Irish Americas aad CttaoKea Km Social and Mota 4 to Leaguo lotto and euchre In St. AnOfficially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Yoang Men's thony's Hall. Institute and Catholic Knights of America. February 8 and 9 Minstrel and vaudeville by Vornon Club,' In St. AMERICAN PRINTING CO., IocotromJ. Publishers Josoph's Hall, Webster and WashKENTUCKY IRISH jixj AisdrjFcjHtiojr- - KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. COMING EVENTS. . ington. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c February 10 Euchro and lotto, St. Paul's church, of Pleasuro Itldgo Entered at the Loulivllle PoMofflce at Second. Clan Matter. Park, at St. Helen's Commercial Wist Liberty Street. Club. M Communications to tbj KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 11 --W February Council Mackln euchro, lotto and dance at club K houso, 344 North Twenty-sixtglgAI(ffigM COUNCIL February 11 Euchro and lotto by parish ladies in St. Peter's Hall, Seventeenth and Garland. February Euchro and lotto WHAT THE HOME IS .SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1920 young ladles11 St. Ann's, church of WHY IT IS A GOOD CAUSE LOUISVILLE, KY. In of hall, Soventh and Daviea avenue. ' Because of its excellent record. No high sal-a- t A boarding home for wage-earnin- g February 13 Euchro and lotto tho Sonato can not agree on tho girls, located IIISLl VISITATION HOME. of St. Louis Bortrand Debt Associaterms of tho peace treaty, a resolu615 West Walnut street, under Catholic auspices, aried officials. tion in Now that tho ofllccrs and com- tion doclarlng hostilities at an end ovcnlng. Bortrand Hall, afternoon and every should bo adopted at onco by Conmittees aro appointed and housing respectable girls of any faith or creed Becouse of its Christian influence and the prothing ready for the campaign for the gress. We do not bellovo that many A A Ak A ftA Managed by the Sisters of Mercy, who took over the tection it affords. Visitation Homo for Working Girls, Democrats want to havo tho treaty :l It Is to ho hoped that in their vic- as an Issue in tho coming campaign. work in March, 1914, who have cleared it of all ' Because the management grades the board will go over the It would undoubtedly mean defeat, torious drlvo-thoAA AAA top. Tho Kentucky Irish American for tho President's ; Western trip debt. according to the girl's salary, taking care that the would show Ub good will by fur- clearly showed lack of enthusiasm Miss Mario O'Connell, of It houses eighty-fivgirls' more than any single small wage-earna little ammuni- for tho bargain he made at Ver nishing them with is trained so as to increase her is visiting relatives in tion. Tho Visitation Homo Is an in- - sailles. European countries are now similar institution in the city. income, in order that this charitable feature of the Btltution for every girl of good char blaming him for not consulting tho Mrs. T. J. Cunning, who has been acter who Is forced to mako her Sonato beforehand, and thus insur work may not be an excuse for the'merchant or busWHY A NEW HOME IS NEEDED way unaided, thoso without parents ing tho ratification- - of tho treaty, visiting rolatives in Georgetown, has returned home. iness man to pay small salaries. or frlonds In our big city. It has Tho Senate assorted Its constituThe present location is bad. The building is no favors for any denomination or tional rights In tho proper way by Alvln Wellendorff loft Saturday Because if a girl is out of employment or ill she class. All aro equally welcome refusing to bo dictated to by ttio for Akron, Ohio, to mako that city not modern in its equipment. The building also is will His party leaders must his futuro home. In President. within its portals when they aro be well taken care of and need have no fear of flight from temptation and unem- now save tho country from tho furwholly inadequate as to size. Miss Patrla Kennedy, of Indianapgoing "cold and hungry." ployment. It Is an institution for ther mistake ho would make in pro- olis, spont tho week-en- d with Miss every girl also in tho senso that no longing tho present situation for Helen M. Wright. In six years' time there have been turned away Because the girls who usually seek the protecone knows when Us shelter may be fourteen months more. It is time Mrs. approximately two thousand girls who sought the sister .or daughter. to act, and tho Democratic leaders operated Joseph Anderson, who was needed for the tion of this home are in most cases without mother on at St. Joseph's InfirmAll havo not tho means to go to tho In tho Senate show signs of break ary, is doing nicely. protection of a Christian home. boarding houses, there- ing with tho Tresident. and father, and always without a home. d John York Wilson has returned to A new home should accommodate two hundred fore lot us have tho Visitation Homo Collogo IRELAND UNITED. Because you should be glad to know that there and bring blessings to tho working IJasporMrs. L. A.aftor a visit to his Blanford. girls if possible. girls and credit to Louisville. will be a new home large enough to take care of Tho elections In Iroland last Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Wellendorff Besides tho Visitation Homo Is an week are a'etrlklng answer to thoso A new home should be able to take care of a your sister or your daughter should she ever need it. for French Lick Institution that has made good. It over hero who have been claiming left Saturdaystay of two weoka. Springs for a few transients, to accommodate young girls travelIs not an experiment on which tho Bocause it has the endorsement of Right Rev. that the Irish people aro divided on citizens of Louisville are going to the question of Michael Farroll, of Frankfort, has ing alone or passing through the city. Denis O'Donoghue, Bishop of Louisville. spend their money. They aro mak- With military guards at the polls gone to Florida to spend sovoral ing an Investment In a home that and other means of Intimidation tho weeks at various winter resorts. has shown by Its history that it de- Sinn Fein party captured over 70 Mrs. Thomas Moran, Crescent Hill, serves tho highest confidence of tho per cent, of tho Parliamentary seats. loft last week to visit friends in Fort Every dollar for better public. Thomas, Covington and Cincinnati. W. G. HUME, Organization Chairman. FRANK A. GEHER, General Chairman. equipment is suro to enhance the IMPORTANT TO AMERICANS. Miss Nannie Slmms, ot Spring-lelgrounds for that confidence. has been visiting her sister, P. H. CALLAHAN, Vice Chairman. E. J. COONEY, Secretary. To thoso hero who were born In Finally tho Visitation Homo is an Blanford, Crescent Hill. and who havo been accus- Mrs. Frank Institution that is all for tho service Ireland T. D. CLINES, Campaign Chairman. A. R. VOGEL, Treasurer. Miss Mary J. Ross entertained of the public. Tho good Sisters, tomed to mako sacrifices for our brldgo party Tuesday oven-in- g tho Irish bond campaign with their years of training and ex- ideals, no more than anothor wel- with ata her homo,. 1372 South Sixth means perience, would certainly bo entitled come opportunity to testify tholr street. But they give faith in what to them is a sacred to a good salary. P. E. Henchoy announces tho entheir servlco and their Uve3 without cause. It would, however, not bo of fair of his daughter, Miss compensation for tho love of God Irish to expect that Americans tho gagement Hcnchcy, and AlexisAnn blood would look upon J. Frances and of their neighbors. A dollar loan campaign with liko sentiments; Schulten. campaign comes back tholr education and environment given to this Miss Imelda Blanford, ot Springa hundred per cent, .to tho happy rather accentuate tho practical in from a their community that is privileged to puroly makeup. And yet view tho field, has been thoL.guest this week American point of A. Blanford, of Mr. and Mrs. have such an institution in its midst. success of this bond campaign would Crescent Hill. On then, ye soldiers of charity, and be eminently practical: it would bo J. X. Klnbergor was in New York mil i,n n onm Mint will .1 mi hln Uio.a stioko of business whoso value to .... the United States could not bo ovor- - this week and will make a return ..i,ii ..,.i uuuu.u ,. iu imny uuu ,i..i.i .i, i,uU..v. ""v,- - . Now it may surprise visit to Louisville beforo returning Iulness PJL.tho splejjdid. institution persons to learn that for tho to Seattle whero ho is located. that Is Booking larger and bettor year which has just closed tho exCLEANERS AND DYERS port and import trado of Iroland toM. P. Kelley and Mls3 Ina Kolley, quarters. talled almost a billion dollars, equal Deer Park, will arrivo homo today to nearly $200 per head of tho pop- from a ten days' trip to WashingOFFICE AND PLANT, 1140-4- 2 S. THIRD ST. NOW IT COMES ONT. This enormous business ton, Now York and Philadelphia. ulation. Semi-Annu- al Reduction Sale was done entirely with England and Tho secret of tho continual at such terms as tho latter choso to Judge Homer Batson, who has grouch of Admiral Sims is out at make. Now tho purposo of this been visiting his brother-in-laDr. j; last, and wo all know why our navy bond Issue, besides providing the Harry Welch, at St. Petersburg. develop Ireland's natural leader was peeved at Secretary Dan- means to and to build up tho in- Fla., has returned to his homo here. resources iels and tho naval board. In his fant industries which Sinn Fein has A little boy lias just arrived at report ho says that somoono said to established in every considerable tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Edward All Suits and Overcoats (Except him that In his trip to England ho town in Nationalist Ireland, is to H. Bossmoyer, and his daddy says ports other outlets must 'not lot the British pull tho find Irish products than British the he will be a noted tenor like Corduroys and Blue Serges) included for and to open AUTO WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER ALL WORK as Amorlca Irish markets to tho nations of the wool over his eyes, many from Hart Schaffncr & Marx. would just as soon fight John Bull world inshort, to bring about Ire sponding two weeks as After AS NEAR YOU AS YOUR PHONE commercial emancipation. guests of Charles J. Cronan and as Germany, This was downright land's Needless to say that under tho now family, Misses Alice and Louiso, 2. OR CITY Insulting to tho best little British conditions which this Irish bond is- Griffin Now SOUTH have roturned to their homo Admiral In tho American navy, and sue would create, the bulk of Ire- in Frankfort. Now what a blow It was to tho dellcato land's trado would go to the United Mrs. Samuel J. Dant announces sensibilities of a man whoso claim States, since It 13 to tho latter she neceswould and must to distinction was that he spent sary materials to look for the now the engagement ot her sister, Miss Now build up her Mildred M. Rapier, to Harry A. most of his time toadying to British industries; henco the success of the Ropke. No date has as yet been set royalty and spreading a lot of guff, Irish' bond campaign Is a matter of for tho wedding. Now myth. tho first importance to Americans. about tho export and Irish with Louisville vltltors noted about the Sims' next stop should bo to follow Besides trade tho her hands the Now Import In hotel' districts ot New business Astor and locate In England, whoro United States Would havo tho com- York Cityand last week were L. mercial key to Europe. For some ho Is appreciated. Now A. I. and B. Straus, E. R. Moryears to como Europe will want ris, J. H. Venhoff and J. C. O'Neill. .. more goods than America could 'TWAS EVER THUS. profitably supply, because return R. J. Fitzgerald announces the enGirls' Coats at same Boys' Mackinaws at cargoes would not bo attainable, but gagement of his daughter, Miss Mary' administra- with Iroland's trado In her hands Cathorlno Fitzgerald, to Jerome C. Louisville's "reform" reductions from same reductions frem tion Is now staging a bitter fight and Ireland made a distributing sta- Koch. Tho wedding will tako place 8.48 up. $8.48 up. over gambling in Louisville, tho tion tho problem of return cargoes February 12 at St. Louis Bortrand 1117 East Broadway a great measure be solved church. would Mayor's friends and fellow office- and theincommercial. of (Levy's Third Floor) holders charging that Sheriff Ross the United States would be assured. Mr. and Mrs. James Hogan, ParkIs mad bocauso his friends' gam- Americans therefore aro vitally con- view, entertained Mr. and Mrs. T. F. bling games wore Interfered with. cerned in tho bucccss of tho Irish Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. E. Carson, Mr. CUMBERLAND PHONE BAST 1203 campaign. and Mrs. Will Otto, Mary Carson. The Sheriff retaliates by giving tho bond Colestine Kelley, Katherino Otto and games pro Mayor a list of gambling GOOD MAN GONE. Miss Catherlno Castoll. tected by tho pollco and City Hall Edward D. Shinnick, aged sixtyofficials. The only parties silent Edward J. Shea, a clerk, and Miss aro the ministors and mombcrs of five, editor of the Shelby Record and Leona Forseo, both of Jeffersonville, Saturday ovenlng at Men's Clothing Sale Continues. tho Church Federation, Tvho havo former Secretary of tho State Board were mnrrlod St. Augustlno's church tho rectory of boon boasting heretofore that they ot Control, died Monday ovonlng at by tho Rdv. John Gallagher, assistSbelbyvllle an JJjaillllBgrjBfBSByT3M-Sg-"- ' Fg supported and elected the present his homo near months otafter !!' a W illness ot four heart ant to the Rev. Michael Halpln. on a platform ot "ro- - trouble. Editor Shinnick had been administration Mr. and Mrs". Harry H. Holdllnger engaged In tho newspaper business The fallowing prices are just and allow us only a fr Profit form." announce the engagement of their at Shelby vlllo since 1886 and r, daughter, Miss Emma Ruth owner of the Record shortly BREAKING WITH PRESIDENT. after it was founded. to Alexander T. Kaiser. Tho He served one term as President ot tho Ken- wedding will take place on Wednes Our Service and Worlcmanihin Are A o. 1 Despite tho uncompromising stand tucky Press Association and was a day morning at St. Martin's church at 7:30 o'clock. ef the President, it is likely that regular attendant at its annual Men's 2 Piece Suits. $1.25 Suits Pressc Only 2J& some agreement on the peace treaty meetings. .Ho also served eighteen Frank Weasel entertained Saturmonths as Secretary ot tho Board for 25c Suits, $1.50 Neckties Men's 3 Piece will be reached soon. As the True ot Control, retiring when Gov. Mor- day evening, when his guests were Voice says, there is no doubt that row entered office. He was promi- Misses Edith Alsmlller, Marie Colethe country wants rellet from the nent In Democratic politics. For a man, Ruth Rice, ElizabethMessrs. Lucille number he had present anomalous situation in member of years Knights ot been a Grant Wesstf, L.Schleman; Day, Leo Established Over Twenty-fiv- e Gllmore of tho Colum which, tho deadlock on the treaty bus. Surviving him aro his widow, Schleman, Louis Hubbucb. Raymond has placed it. Exchanges ot ratifi- formerly Miss Mollle Sullivan, and Hubbuch and R. Duke O'Bryon. cations of tho treaty took place four sons, Lieut. W. C. Shinnick, Frank Shinnick, Charles Miss Anna May Whalon and WillINCORPORATED .early this month In Paris by Great nick and Ed D. Shinnick, L. ShinINCOarOKATBD. Jr. iam T. Downs were married TuesBritain, France, Italy and other na21 W. Chestnut day afternoon at Bt. Louis Bertrand Both Phones 2635. CLASS PARTS'. tion concerned. This means that church, and the news proved quite We Call For and Deliver. a surprise to their' many friends. thtwe muttons are now. at, peace with The 1917 They left on a tour 0rmsay, while the United States tion Academy class of a the Presenta o evening throughbridal East Tuesday gave most enjoy-ablthe and on 4a till technically at war. We have G00 party Saturday afternoon their return will go to housekeepthe MeSfcMe. II Correct Glasses Are as lrUni (i been, assured that the resumption of at Klein's. T.hoao present were ing. industry and trade waits on Mosdamcs Claude V. Lusky. William normal We Mike Glasses Aeet tht RtqniremeMs O. Dannenhold: Misses Mary Rose Mrs. T. O'Sulllvan, of 1058 the declaration ot peace. Why, Henry, Irene Kohor. Lucille Dant. street, had as her gueats dur SprlngtoW. Anthony's church, Brookland. Fol ASK ANY OcuUsf then, postpone peace for another Mary Everln, Ruth Donnelly, Alvlna ing the holidays lowing the wedding trio- In ' the 4 OCUM3T brother, J. J, year to" wait for the decision of the Martlnecht, Josephine Kavanaugh, O'Connor, of Chicago; her niece, The wedding ot Miw Agues f South, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfcerdtng will) voters on the. league of natlonsT Loralne Kolb, Helen Coumey, Dora Sister Paschala, of Slnsinna Mound, Eleialfr Dowltsg, ot Washington, D. Twit JL.ouivine for a short stay as Fegenbush, Edna Snyder, Edna t WW.HI n H.unil.ft( giMwt of the sreoM's parents. Mr. P KAKY .AKDlBJBtOX There Is neither logle nor reason in Pfelfer, Margaret Brawn, Lucille Wis., and her daughter, Sister i7U JI Vl MVH 013 FOURTH AVENUE Fetor-- ; also rorm'W lores, oi npuagnBHi, lu They Vri.J? IcAriJ.u of uovrnmat, wu mimm aim mm. a. r. wuMrtiagr tho proposal. It the President and O'Connor, Floroaeo Pitt, WMk wttlt himh mm at St. so aTMtw. vWlted SUtw Alexis, Novice 319-32- 1 h. Some Things All Should Know About the Visitation Home y t snr.iFTV Ar t a, Pres-tonl- e' er high-price- i . 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I r JBCWCtfXJOSrV 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. . IXJBC AMIHIOAK. ( CITY HALL KEYSTONE COMEDY HEADQUARTERS NECKTIES RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. Wc aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. W. G. RORK, Prti-e- ni. MACARONI SPAGHETTI EGG NOODLES 10c Cleaned and Pressed. PENDBNNIS Inc. A. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. WELDINB BPAn.ING Expert Attention On Repairs On All Makes of Oars SPECIALISTS ON FORD REPAIR-N- O HERBERT JENKINS, See. r SWISS Cleaners and Dyers 617 Fourth Ave. Phone 2207 WEST BROADWAY Ttk. VULCANIZING . CO. INCORPORATED Office and Workrooms Northeast Corner Seventh nnd Broadway Phone City 2C11 LouU-IU- o. Kntiii.irV GUARANTEED VULCANIZING "o0 AUXO WELDING &. f$Ot REPAIR GO. Phonea 2390 ERNEST SMITH, Prop. 718 SOUTH BEVENTJI ST., LOUISVILLE, K. - EXSJP S;i &2h()W yT .i SHULER AXLE MANUFACTURING INCOnPORATKD COMPANY V1UR0ER PUZZLE cSrVANEt JARK MYSTERY iM uv Tl. W fl v TurKish Bath- sCreSCeilt HOtel glghl'd 7411 Bast 180 KENTCCirr LAUNDRY CO. Incorporated S14-02- Cleanse the System, Keep You, fW(llili I TRACKlN&"ALiLpHA NT TruDcklinig auiiSf TTC. Automobile, Motor Truck and Trailer Axles LOUISVILLE, ICY. Well, Prevent the Flu. Has the Most Sanitary, Effident Plant in America. GET FIT Health Is Your Greatest Asset KEEP FIT aod Storage Largest Freight Transfer Organization In Louisville wants your business. Do vou know we have from It to 15 outside clerks located right at the various depots to take care of your wants? We are the authorized and bonded transfer men for all railroads at Louisville. We Tailor Your Coat, Suit, Dress or SKirt 3?L,IASING INDrVIDUALITY MEGLEMRY-WAR- D INCORPORATED Phones F. 3245, Main COMPANY 408 WEST WALNUT. tub sign op quality A Pnlr of GLASSES will briny CUI-EK 00.3 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE. or City. O031PANY 3 CaderhiU St. Seo.Dearbora Manager Consult to FATHER take or MOTHER Our Kevstonc nollce star in mystery crimes, as it dosen't and conductors much of a mystery to puzzle the RECENT DExVTHS. !M?L. Plenty-COAL-PI- enty B. TANN DAJJtr Incorporated. 008-51- ARTHUR A. WILL BUILDER 2481 MONTGOMERY STRHJfT Home Phone Shawnee 1010 0 SOUTH WENZEL gT. Roth Phonea 4202 JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURE MOVINQ AND "'PACKING ftt. 830 Sooth Tweaty-BJa- t Wee MM Shawnee 1986 LONG DISTANCE HAULING DR. JOHN P. BECKER OPTROMETRIST. 315 Stark Fotartb and Walaat Pho-- BilHfi. Tliirk Floor e City 1 ISO HKKnEEKEUBKmjEtmSEfr SACRED IIEART ACADEMY, Monday morning the funoral of Pearl A. Finzer was held from St. Donltace church, where sho had been a devout communicant. She was tho boloved daughter of. tho lato Fred Finzer and Mrs. Marguerite Hlgglns Finzer, with whom sho lived at 633 rEast JOlrorson street. Tradewater Lump Tradewater Nut $5.75 $5.75 Jellico Lump $7.00 West Virginia Lump $7.00 Straight Creek Lump $7.00 Saturday morning tho funeral of Delivered Anywhere. Trading Stamps Free. Harry G. Forroll, beloved husband VrsaUae Boarding and Soy School of Ida Forrell, 3401 West Broad FRANKEL COAL CO. The way, was held from Holy Cross ANY OLD HAT MADE THE FOUR BEST SELLERS Por Clxls and Tonus; Vowb. church, Father Brey celebrating the LIKE NEW. TO LOOK IN KENTUCKY Twelfth and Wilson 'FELT HATS ULiEJAXMtiu BIuo Ribbon Twist O. IC Twist. CSSBCKT KXZ, I.OUXSVX&X.X, XT. requiem mass. Deceased was forty-si- x years old, and leaves friends and City 2010 WCl irH AND REBLOCKED, oU South 273 High Moral and Intellectual Stand"War Hawk Twist Dlxlo Twist ards. Catalogue Sent Free. Address: relatives, hero and in Paducah who CENTS. "Made Where Tobacco Grows." ' fe'el sincere sympathy for tho beSecretarr, Sacred Heart Academy, Hat Cleaning and Blockreaved widow. 31X5 Cberoke Drive, ing our specialty. John D. Moore Tobacco Co. We Buv. Sell And - KENTUCKY nAT CLEANING NATIONAL LOUISVILLE Incorporated Miss Mary . P. Butler, twenty Quote All Issues Of WORKS years old, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. - KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE Albert Smith, Prop. Harry J. Butler, 1820 West Ormsby, General Offices 412 Lincoln Building died Tuesday afternoon at St. Jos633 WEST MARKET STREET BONDS Cumberland Phone: Main 120. eph's Irfflrmary, following an operHomo Phono, City 5161 ation. Besides her parents, sho Is Bales, Pr.s. Hark In Any Denomination survived by a sister, Ruth Butlor, J. C. Jacobs, Sec and Treas. and fivo brothers, James, Thomas, Or Amount. L. GRAUMAN & CO. Richard, Stephen and Danlol Butler. Funeral services wero held Thursday Incorporated morning at Sacred Heart church. BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY Sealers la AU Kinds of Office and ICE CREAM M'F'R'S. John T. Campbell, twenty-tw- o Store Fixtures, Safes, Casn SegU- Cleaned and Mended. years old, a Knight of Columbus 118 South Fifth Street. ters, Show Cases. Counters, Shelving, Etc 1104 South Seventh Street and popular young man of tho West City 00 1 Main 100 End, died Monday at his home, 400 610 WEST 1ULES STREET street, and tho North Twenty-firs- t Phone City 6574 Home Phone. City 1888 news camo as a shock to his wide circle of friends. Ho was the son of Homo Phone NATIONAL HATTERS 2550 Dyers Cleaners and M. Mrs. Annie and tho lato John Camp325 WEST JEFFERSON STREET bell and was engaged In tho gro617 Pourth Ave. DYERS AND CLEANERS cery business. His funeral took Louis k. Broring, D. D. S. TOBACCONIST WHOLESALE place Thursday morning from St. Monday Special Suits Cleaned Phone 2207 Cecilia's church, of which ho was an and Pressed for 5 1.23. Hats exemplary member. Blocked and Cleaned, GOc 06 West Mala Street CALL FOR AND DELIVER 1 STARKS BUILDINQ. Tho last solemnrifes over tho ro--' Lonlarllle, Ky. OUR PERFECT VISION GLASSES Homo Phone, City 1931 mains of Mrs. Elizabeth Burns, widow of Peter Burns, woro held SatWHEN n"3 YOUR, urday morning at St. Frances of LUBOLINE .MOVE Itomo church. Rev. Father Riley 80t- Both conducting the services. Mrs. Burns c Correct lubrication for all motors. Rioae Phonos was sixty years old, who devoted jffjjIWFpjri Ooubles life of new cars. Improves old family and friends her life to her ears. Select Pennsylvania crude used IETUSKNOW4 and was hold in high esteem by all te its manufacture. who know her. Sho is susvived by STATES GASOLINE NORTON BUILDING Local and long distance moving with onb son, John Burns, clerk in tho motor vans. Furniture, packing and freight office of tho L. & N. railroad, ALL POWER Esshipping. All work guaranteed. and four daughters, Mrs. James N. W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson timates cheerfully furnished free of Uniformed and efficient service In all charge. Donahue, Mrs. Vincent Burko, Mrs. eeesons; dally delivery service to all Bert McDonald and Miss Bessie A. ARX02.S li SONS portw of city. . frfr .,,.,. Roliovo Headaches, Weak Eyos, Burns. fr'l I H..H....H, AUCTION & STORAGE CO. Dizziness, DIstqrtod Vision, etc., and STATES OH. CO. (Incorporated) mako Reading, Sowing or Closo Following a prolonged Illness Mrs. 435 West Main Street Successor to Domestic Oil Co. Work a pleasure. Dymphna M. Hund, beloved wife of Our Graduate Optometrist will Bon F. Hund, yardmaster for tho & mako a caretul sclontiflc examina- Loulsvlllo Nashville railroad, tion of your eyes and guarantees passed into heavenly rest Monday morning, fortified by tho sacraCorrect and Comfortable Glasses. ready for Our Club rinn enables you to ob- ments ofofher church and Mrs. Hund tho her tain tho best glasses on a small casn was callsister of Creator. Bax and has L. D. deposit and pay the balance In con- been a a g member of St. Lady Dash 10c venient weekly payments. John's church, and until her last NO RED TAPE Illness had been an active charity NO COLLECTORS ST. WILLIAM'S SCHOOL HALL and church workor. A favorite A. . 5c void is left KING OPTICAL COMPANY among her associates, a The funeral Thirteenth and Oak Streets. ' that only time can fill. ; . ., was held Wednesday morning, Rev: Sunday' Afternoon. January 15, at 2:15, For Children Best Cigars Made Eyesight Specialists Father Schuhmann celebrating the Admission 15 Cents. solemn requiem mass. Per To-o- r SjOOO'Pounds PRICES THE LOWEST JOHN B. O'LEARY & 00. Headquarters for W3L P. BANNON CTTX AND FARM PROPERTY CONTRACTING PLASTERM See as about anything 1b real estate. We eell. buy and rent Brook and Bloom 604 T7. JEFFERSON RT City 8S80 cumb. g. isi-- t Home Pione City 4464. " rfc. SEE POOLEY FOR MONET. Loans to those having regular or saJartr. with no nnhliM- tor rod tape. Loans to housekeepers so ueir personal security. F. R. POOLEY, Boom 1, Courier-JournBuilding, 415 8. Fourth Street. es THE VERY BEST EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS Bg al -- -- GLOVES I LIBERTY 10c Home Phono Shawnee 801 HENRY GOSS "All Ready for Your Griddle la the Roofing, Guttering, Spo-ttMorning" Tin Roofs Repaired tnd Paint. HAMS. LARD. SAUSAGE Asphalt Shingles a Specialty LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. 2Q11 W. Broadway, Incorporated !tiirtUe, Jfy. SLICED BACON DEAD ANIMALS HIGHEST CASH GLOBE SECURITY & LOAN OO. -- "SOUTHERN STAB" ! Wakefield Co. PRICES J. BUCKNER SWISS t Call. Home Phone City Cumb. Phone Main 721. LOUISVILLE I1AMBLY RENDERING SHOE MH OO. PAID A. LaVar, Manager Money Ad run ceil on Your Plata 2Vk 721; nr". lev htvw. viz west Jcncrson street (Second Floor) Homo Phone City 2967. BROS. STORES DENTIST 900-90- FRED ESHART ARCHITECT INCORPORATED Whole Family Established 1820 Two HAMBLY'S Stores Lagisvi OFFICE OUTFI 20th and Portland. Shaw. 1716 18th and Magazine City 7164 STATIONERS PRINTERS All Kinds of Footwear For the JNO. P. MORTON & CO CHRISTMAS BANKING CJ-U- B START ONE THIS MONTH WITH THE National South Louisville Bank I'onrth nnd Central AvCna., CALL US FOR Incorporated Pitch, Coal Tar, Tarrca Felts, Gravel RooOng (A Specialty). 124 W. Main" Phonos City 1230; Mala 1409-- Y Roofing and Supply Company , PSOraa Was O MOVING PICTURE SMOKE TARPY'S Little Oil and Grease FOR ALL PURPOSES Kentucky Consumers Cil Company lOttlsvlllo -- - Kentucky 0x -- FJ.OVXDSHT -- incorporated by WeU-io- GXATXfir 1 OtttSMfc Z. AVC Prmltmre and Otltss Property a VHeaI .. B. EL j XOWZRX I COLKMAN BUILDINO COR. THIRD AND JBFFXRgOI. xsoui foontu site UTM "The Victim of the Seal of the Confession" life-lon- No-"THE OLD ARMORY" 535-37-39-- 41 BLUE GRASS GARAGE ABSOLUTELY FIREPKOOj (Incorporated) SOUTH SEVENTH STREET .TflDlRr .lx. Open For IBuicsixxoseB I Sunday, Monday and Tuesday Nights at 8 For Adults Admission 35 Cents. St. Anthony's Men's Progressive League - Sunday morning Miss Graco Gill, twenty-eighdaughter of tho Employer late Matthew and Mary Gill, an- If You Are swered Death's call at tho homo Of A. L. Mlrus, her brother-in-laAnd Need a Girl Worker, 1924 Bonnycastle avenue. Miss Gill OR high esteem by hor was held In wldo circle of friends and acquaintances, who fpol that In hqr domlso if You TO BE GIVEN BY Girl thoy have sustained a great loss. Mrs. Surviving her are three sisters, And Need a Position A. L. Minis, Louisville, and Mrs. Doris, Main 3359 City 3359 CALL US Max Moollor and Mrs. Jphn For the Benefit of St, Anthony's Church. Groencastle, Ind.; two brothers, D. s-aunt, Womin's Activities, J. Gill and B. C. Gill, and an 9Hl SCHOOL HALL, TWENTY THIRD AND MARKET Mis3 Elizabeth Riley, of this city. " rJ,A. ,4 tLiVETRPLLS serv- National Catholic War Council Tuesday mprnlng tho funoral PILL THAT'WIU." "THE Wt'uI 04WV Letto Tuesday, February 3. ices were hold at St. James church, eV 017 fiontk Fear-l- i St. HERB' HENRY C kv. Rey. Father JViHott celebrating tho East Side touiaviLLr, Fourth, Near Broadway. Euchre Wednesday, February 4. requiem high mass. CAMILLE DfeTERT, Tickets Twenty-fiv- e Called at 8 P. M. Sharp. Cents. dames Employment Bureau. They 'work like a charm. Her Louisville friends and admirHandsome Tally Awards for each evening. ' ers woro deeply grieved when news Every box sold to satisfy was received from Colorado Springs PERFECT FITTING of tho death of Miss Mario Louise or your money refunded. Herrmann, twenty years old, daugh- SPECTACLES AKO EYE GLASSES For Sale by Your Druggist ter of Mrs. CaroHne and tho late Michael Herrmann French Consul in packages. In Louisville. Miss Hermann was a Our Prices are Positively the Lowest in tlio City graduate of tho Girls' High School, class of 1917. Because of ill health Specials in Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco In March, bUo went to Colorado . says m -- (,. , lusty Strife., Cant-htc ivtx titwHeW. Strut Ctper.). Wlifeer Cattle ran: where sho lived with hor brother, Ray R. Herrmann. Besides hor ' M, 17: 3 BHSfM, We; Htten or 290, .1.83. Twist TosHes, 8c. J fr 25. ISW, TMtat, vteMry sa Oram, Be; 3 t.r 25e. surylved mother she ST. XAYIER'S COLLEQE i&flm Lydia is Hri-PH- . by a sister, and. foiir oro.w ,v ' brothers. Rlchartl. Louis, Albert and IIS n. re4wy, XesJavai, Cy. Ray E. Horrmaira. Her remains wer TOBACCO STORES IERICAN CUT-RAT- E Conducted by the Xaverte- - Brettaers ramuy resiuenco, BustmeM Drought to tne Oculists' Prescriptions. Sclentiflo and riMBicaL (IseerperatsO.) 1336 Hepburn avenue, and the fukuwerPreBrtcrr Hulpe4 Ojrw .wlmmlng Pool. Wl . 213 West Jefferson St. ivand Jefferson Sts. neral took place Sunday afternoon. SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY TAraia rutrt-- 1134 West Market Street, Nsxt Dear to Zoll'a Shoe Store. aged t, 4i .pn.fll AUTOMOBILES STORED AND WASHED ITTFHTinU Tfl THFATFD 8400-PHONE-o- an .1 r.TC III MFM III RUlRtf FYPtDltl EUCHRE AND LOTTO TRY City IO-- O m mon -. Area Worker &tK ) -tt. . - e4. - J. lAWttN, PruhlMt Ht'.HmtU. 4iiiae.t P. 8MHMN, M., VIm Pnc at. Trtit. ' SMOKERS, M ATTENTION! , 25-ce- nt Ft.. Fiverl-M- t C2fjQ xvctmrBA IP. 1 BANNON asi Calvert PIPE ' CO.!! ; 1 1 Sawsr 1 -. -- M watch jta i i. -- y iti Dttlfrri .UlIl Ttr. ! Baaaaa't Pateat LKiad Plat far Steam Cealalts.l Wall CejilE, Drala Tilt, VltriA.. BrfcB, Fire Praeia, Flae Liaias;, Fire irlctt ". Grata l teller Tile, Flra Clay, Chlaaey Te OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTHfSTREET. CUMB. MAIN B07, PHONES CITY lrORKS-Thirtee- ntk Breebiarl-c- a hbJ Ninth awl Magaella. ni 073-178- PlptJ LEAVES FOR TEXAS. Rev. Feurth and Chestnut. eeeeaiaeie.iele - ti9fja)a)a)iiaatj DECKER IMPORTABLE ELECTRIC BRILLS & BLACK :ORNS3UNI Mil ll at the father Rogers. Sizes 3-- 10 to, 7-- 8 Dr. Uriah Z. CHILDERS Botk P-- mm ELECTRIC CO. 'i h7 cUrWrW Uttt TMrtt Osruw OUrtotl, S07 tmrina hoped to -- INCOKFOXATBD throat trmtble. p" bnefltte jhe C. P., sta- Sacred Heart Retreat Botl Phones 2406 ofi years and recently & W1!?m'a ehurch, I Adolph Iteutlliiger 9 10 8ne aidlo-n- You'll Neyor Make a Mistake in Ordering Our OO. TEA -- ItEJriLINOER F h .f'iV1 .fnd " TfcNAPO, MABILITY AND IX K INSURANCE For Yonr New Homo 13S 3S3 W, Umlm Sire. Bkn?m ftmlit jHiiMe nrtH.. ' "WIS -. jw LUMBER TT -- w- INCOKPORATHD T .a It Has the Quality. " a-- su ws .. 4a TT e -- -- x. j- - jm 'I BROOK AND A STS. MdlJtOlMjEOlCrV' y n. i 11 HI rf' in iii.il mum - "" "HgSS3MM8g A "XJ(ilJ AJM33CJcxO&ii. I BAUDW INCORPORATED We Oive arid Redeem 5urety Coupons. a SUNS!t jiw:v.h r H'iT7irrrB 'tntHtcttiiitmfitwwm . a 1? II j Based On i REALLY sound investment is one that pays an income to the owner regularly at stated periods each year - HERMAN STRAUS j r ouwth Avenue ocgwawa.' SONS market stwct ' (gj We dive and Redeem Qeld Trading Stamps. DO YOU KNOW AB0U7 OUR the Law of Household Club Plan? Household Requirements on Deferred Payments, The outstanding features of this method aire its tonvenience in making purchaies without any ccnsid- 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 l or a chanze customer, that is also the price to a House- hold Club Plan customer. There is positively no X advance. .. mere arc no comiacnuu ctuauKcuiciu $ conducted upon an open basis with a fixed schedule u uw muinuij hj-- f ;; or rates, ine nrst paymenu ments are the same to all. SURETY COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS A Convenient and Dignified Method of Purchasing mm ps ; Prominent among the industries noted for their stability of earnings are the electric light and power companies . They do riot earn exorbitant profits at any time but maintain a reasonable earning power at all times. I WHY NOT BUY! WHEN YOU CAN SAVE? THE BIG J! underwear! SALE FOR MEN CUTS HIGH COST. $3.00 Union Salts $2.80. Splendid quality of heavy ribbed cotton; comes in cream or whlto, sizes 3G to 46; $3.00 quality; Monday, special suit. .$2.39 $4.00 Wool Mixed Union Suits $2.80. Bristol mako; heavy gray, wool mixed; theso garments are known for their softness and comfort; sizes 34 to 4G; $4.00 quality; Monday special. . .$2.80 $1.50 Cotton Rib Shirts and Drawers $1.25. Heavy cotton ribbed; ecru or whlto; splendid make; sizes up to 40; best $1.50 quality; Monday spocial $1.25 $4.00 AlMVool Shirts and Drawers S3.3D. Famous Glastenbury make; fine Australian lamb wool; sizes up to 50.. $3.80 $3.50 Union Suits $2.79. Cooper's spring neodlo cottoa iiu, wiiuu ur cream coior; Bizea o j.ou quality; jHonaay 10 10; special $2.79 $8.00 Wool Mixed Shirts and Drawers $2.30 Famous Glastenbury make: flno heavy gray; wool mixed; nonshrlnkablo; sizes up to 50; $3.00 quality; Monday special, a J 9 J J , , There are two principal reasons for their stability: 1. Their business is based on the law of averages 2. Their business consists of sup- ( $4$44aft Security and Service A readiness to SERVE you, combined with the ability to serve you WELL and resources to serve you form a trio of excellent reasons for your patronage of this institution. ADb-QUATEL- Y plying the everyday necessities of people, industry and .commerce. Investigate the merits of our Preferred Stock $3.00 Vclastlo Rib FIccco Ualoa ! ouita ?.uu. Tho genuino velastlc make; soft and plenty of comfort: sizes up to 46; standard $3.00 seller; Monday special $2.39 1 .ou wool Mixed Shirt and Drawers $1.70. Heavy gray wool mixture; Bizes up to 50; $2.50 quality; .2 Monday spocial $1.79 4 f f ; Both PlioncB 1323 Atito Delivery JOHN M. MULLOY 212 WEST MAttKET STREET. i i f WW touisville Gas & HIGH GRADE COFFEE Coffee lb Ten, lb Coco, lb Bukiiijr Powder 80c to $1.25 SOo 40c to CO Electric Co. Extract, par tube Pie Filling Egg Mitt (ZO eggs for 25) te 40e SOe Oe 2Ca 25o Incorporated in Kentucky. 31 1 West Chestnut' Street, LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK Por Your SavingsU.S. Government Protection. More than 35,000 Bank Accounts, representing 100,000 people with a total deposit of more than $10,000,000, is tbe monument of confidence built by tht people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. l WE M13ET is VEltY LEGITIMATE REQUIREMENT. Telephone Main or City 2182. Fidelity and Columbia Trust Co.; Columbia Building Fourth and Main. INVESTMENT DEPARTMENT FATHER CROAVLEY UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND The Oldest Trust Company in the South. Where the QuicK Meal Comes In APPOINTED. iatisfaction In Eyeglasses pair of Glasses that we furnish so thoroughly satisfies the wearer that he recomendj our service to his friends. We guaran tee completo satisfaction. Superior Peep Curve Lenses, with any mounting in shack, $4.50 case and cord complete ..7BcU3xtra Small Shelltex Rims We fill your oculist's prescription or duplicate your old lenses Mo charge for examination. z JOHN B. RATTERMAN THE DATES SET. Tho competitive examination for tho graduate scholarships, established by tho Knights of Columbus in tho Catholic University, will bo hold Saturday, April 10. Applications should bo filed on or boforo March 10. Forms of application and further information may bo obtained from Very Rev. Edward A. Paco, Director of Studies, Catholics University of America, Washington, D. C. Cincinnati making preparations tho new church. THE SHOCK OF SHOCKS. A Dominican church parish has boon started In Prico Hill, a suburb of Cincinnati, and the news has just PUNERAL1DIRECTOR reached hero that Very Rey. Father urowiey, rormer prior or at, 2114 WEST MARKET STREET Louis Bertrand's church, and for tho past two years pastor of St. Pat Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland rick's church at Columbus, Ohio, West 1107a. has been appointed as head of tho parish. Father Crowloy is now in t. l. Where the home la brightest ; Where the work la lightest; Where tho meal cooked best; Where tbe range staads the test where tbe That's "Quick Meal" comes jSsmmmBi 1 JBiB Where work to qaktdy done; Where cooldsg Menu real ihbj Where baking give 4t- light; Where drudge la oat at sight tfc where That's "Qaicfc Meal" 90mm for H.BOSSESON Funeral Directors and Emhalmers. Telephone 1022 (, ta. mS,0mj&mf ' CAMOUFLAGE. of Ireland, has become a convert to home rule, it is asserted by tho Dublin correspondent of the Pall Mall Gazette. Lord French, tho correspondent declares, has become convinced that the only method ot dealing with Ireland is the concession of en Fourth Am HP LouisvtUcfy In these days of with prohibition, Bolshevism and other isms to upset us, it bns to bo a suro enough surpriso or shock to attract attention, but the residents of Sixth and Oak streets woro given a startler this week. Mike McDermdtt was seen wending his way along the. thoroughfare with a cigarette perched jauntily between his teentb. Many of the oldest residents who had become familiar with Mlko and his extra strong "dudeea" had to resort to smelling salts to recover from tho shock. topsy-turvlness Viscount French, Lord Lieutenant flDucn LiJLllJLl Qalek Meal Gn !( Sold, lastalled jCe UV cat 011, aaa Uiiblr ReemaiB4 215 W. MARKET ST. 4510 A THOMAS KEEN AN 1529 WEST MARKET STREET Nef to You a tbe Neafert FUNERAL FkOWERS A. Phoot" the fullest measure of autonomy consistent with imperial supremacy. BENSON GIVEN CROSS. oinCJBKEJRAXy City DIRECTOR,. Hals SS-Y. SPECIAL SPRAY $3.00 A SPECIAL WREATH FORTi HOURS. William $5.00 Admiral operationsS. Benson, chief of of the United naval - Popo Benedict has conferred upon nee. N? AWL 1iSrlTSTHESUH.r'3 I MCAZCT Oxygen Powder and Mairlo Flakes compinea maKe washing- - easy. Eliminates boiling, whitens clothes. For all fabrics Tho Forty Hours devotions In Louisville will take place next Shelby in St. Martin's church, and Gray, and tho services will bo marked by elaborate ceremony under the direction of Rev. Father Felten. Beginning with high mass tomorrow morning the services will be continuous until Tuesday evening. . f wt novm fnpp We 1 States, tho Grand Cross of St. Gregory tho Great, military class. Tho decoration of- tho order will bo sont to Admiral Benson through Cardinal Gibbons, Archbishop of FORM JjEGION POST. 717-71- Funeral? Director and Embalmor 9 E. CnESTNTJT CUMBERLAND LOUISVILIiH, telegraph Jlowors ,K. 7 Bverrwbert irom tne coarsest to the finest. At all grocers and department stores. Do not accept substitutes. Use Hand cuts oil grease. It H"rnl,,'ss and Cleaner. to hands. aUQZO SOAP PJtODUCTH CO. Incorporated LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY EUCimE,. LOTTO, LUNCH. The pupils and patrons of Cedar Invito their friends and acquaintances to a euchre and lotto party next Tuesday afternoon and ovonlng, to be held in tho academy auditorium, Thirty-fift- h and Rudd, when they will enjoy a pleasant time. Games will be called at 2:30 and 8 o'clock, and for those who wish an inviting luncheon will bo served. Orovo Academy . HOOVER Electric Smction Sweeper IT BEATS AS IT SWEEPS THE gressing satisfactorily under tho direction of Dr. Bailey, tho Post Commander. Dr. Bailey Is a member of tho faculty ot the medical department. It Is expected that a large number of graduates ot tho medical and dental departments will bo enrolled, as an unusual percentage of them saw service. MULLIGAN HONORED. Thomp-sonvlU- e, ter Reed Post of tho American Legion at St. Louis University Is pro- The work of organizing tho Wal- WWWtWUWWWVWMWVWWMHWiMVWUVWVWWVlt I HOMBPHONBSS W 1 i A lfcTl VUnt MAIN V 3871-Tk. T J I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. lSm Main 1813 AS IT CLEANS Tafel Electric Co. 230 WEST City 0S5 ; PASTORS CHANGED. ANDERSOH LUMBER Broadway and 12111 St UiNDER P., of the Sacred Heart Retreat, has returned from Paris, where ho had charge ot tho Church of tho Annunciation while tho nastor. tho Rev. Eugene De Bruyn. was in Belgium. Father Do Bruyn has not yet returned and Father Thomas J. Coleman, from Fort Thomas, is irt charge. Father Athnnaslus, C. William J. Mulligan; of Conn., Chairman of tho Knights of Columbus War CommitJEFFERSON tee, has been created a Knight Com Main H34 mander of the Order ot St. Gregory tho Great by Popo Benedict. INTO NEW 822 street. 5w'WWVUUUWMWMWtUMmWtiWVWWVWWWiWiWWW H44"14--I"M"M-'-rMil'tiff; a.t JSTaAtu HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY s. riret aad tMrd Friteys, Htiarnf 0 Home. Portias. President T. J, O'Leary. D1V1HOK 1811-182- lilFE. DOUGHERTY & McELLIOHii 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, "Vice loors Sash ALL LUMBER HARVEY-JELLIC- O ROOF Mtete leurta soldiers, sailors and tnarlnes wre BeHraaa tea etieC placed m jods tnrcusfiaut tno coq ' J. MeBHtott. Prealdent try dUringJfetrear 1019 by Vice Preeideai Patrick Connelly. Amortcan mewstiapert ailftYlBg In employment burrwis liftfi?wldo Financial aeretarr T. J. laa87 Dublin during the last few Inh tha Kniehts of Columbusf3- (IMCORKATD) I been ..n.tKiH nf,Aw fhArJn. seized by postal auatoxltiM, Baa. ' Recordlaf .feci D. mo'billiatloh t tKe A. B. V. ind refer Meaney. Ishnnosedlv because of aHIc With the Caal arnd the Service. The Compiny ring to lmn, anairs. hometroop comeacd. to The jork Treat in F. Burke. ak o! herplne the veterans Xentueky, $7. Famous Black .Tms Lump Coal from Ims Edward Byra.' YBAY1XG WHKN OAI ' toiMwH carried en la alfthe , jarwTeltlee where 'the Kalgh per ton at yard. McDer: oifcr per ton delivered ;$t.OO Mary .Stanislaus Moth emeloyment hut ai f Yard loeRted at FllteenUt and ManolU. Yard at First aad A. ike UaMM the Franciscan Jobs for the wen. The Aweat States, xlled tt a 'nr&Tar li.-At mmm wkieh ear Ine of at, the Convent of ,Eti .'. rcame u a. 5W .!..'. Yard and Elevator, Pop and Pajae mU L 1t hrWffmlnrton, Del, Eho cav Heart wmh w!fc Phoneie eatarday from Glen Ridrllr, Yardif. Botb COAL CO. NOVICES GO TO KANSAS. f tho Holy Recordlaf Secretary JoTm MarTho anniversary Two 'of tho novices from the SaChildhood Association! at St. Boni tin. Treasurer Daa J; Dangherty. cred Hert Retreat. Newburs road face church took placSunday afterSergeant-at-vArn- s Martia gbee-ha- n. left last week for St. Paul, Kan., to noon with special svices for the begin their theological studies. children, members f tho assocIa Sentinel Taenia Noo&e. tion. There vwas sjlemn vespers, 'a sermon by the Row .Simeoa Feidler, GAVE REAL HELP. benedibtlbn and sMClgl hlesslns for, 4. Approximately 193,000 'fornler the llttlo ones. Ktaiayt. SEIZED IN SERVICES FOR iHnLDKEN Preft Financial Miss Nora Eugenia Morrissey, of Boston, Mass., has entered tho novitiate of tho Sisters ot Charity of Nazareth, near Bardstown. Sho was one of tho tlrst to enter tho service Thos. W. Kllleen. ot the navy. Secretary John Brod-eric- k. Funeral Directors and Embalmer Climb. Mala 2098-- co'rii a PHOKSTSB. Heme City, )iiHtttawiw Funeral Director BOTH PHONES M:WlW14HMHtHIHMIMtltUMtHJ Bl L.IN, ad M, GRAN W. SMITH'S AL. S. SMITH, PROP. .0 .... 8tH Strte, and ilO. 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