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Hery 1600 Driver m .iu a Btort. 0 lnrorpfrt VOLUME XL1V.-- NO LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1920. PRICE FIVE CENTS. HOME TELEPHONE COMPANY? Tho Home Tclcphono Company Is aaking for a ralso In fares, while declaring regular dividends of 7 per Ol) man, not as a machine, tbo omployor will mako him a hotter workingman. By respecting his own moral dignity as a man. tho laborer will comool tho respect of his omployor and of tho community. Tho right of labor to a living wago with doqont main- -' et Religion Under Oald- - tcnanco for tho present and provis Begins Its, Sixth Season 1b Hobokea, Pre ion for tho future, is generally recNew Jersey, Tomorrow.' met et Three IllwlrJoBS ognized. Tho right of capital to a ropes. fair day's work for a fair day's pay Afternoon. is equally plain. To securo the practical recognition and oxerclBO of both rights, good will, no less than adhoronco to Justice, is required. Vslae et Catholic Associations For Animosity and mistrust should first Two Fall Casta Alternate 1b Giving Performances During Lenten bo cleared away. When this is dono, Public Welfare Promptly when tho parties moot in a friendly, Time, Recognised. rather than militant, spirit, It will be possible to effect a conciliation. Amorlca's great opportunity must not bo sacrificed to selfish alms or Disturbances From Which Indus- partisan Interests. Wo mado war Approved and Indorsed by Both upon greed and selfish ambition, Catholic and Protestant Clcr- tries Suffer 1b Need of Thor-onmil buuii uvi iui iucui uiuuiim nnu1 gymcB In East. Adjustment. in our own borders. PASTORAL PASSION PLAY , gh ANOTHER BIG SUCCESS. . Tho Intensive campaign to ralso BUILtf. $150,000 for a now Visitation Homo SPECIAL AUDITORIUM for working girls ended Monday night, when Chairman Frank A. From tho pastoral letter of tho Geher announced that tho subscripWith tlvo successful seasons American hiorarchy wo extract tho tions would reach $100,000. This behind it Amorlca's Passion Play, following, which our readers should is a vory gratifying result and ro-- I "Veronica's Voll," will enter Its sixth fleets great credit upon tho gener carefully poruso: ouisviuo. aftornoon tomorrow at St. Joseph's Under tho Guidance of throo illus osity or tno peopio or trious Popes Leo XIII., Plus X. and The work of tho drlvo was directed Auditorium, West Hoboken, Washhas by Chairman Frank A. Dehor, Col. ington's birthday is looked upon as Benedict XV. tho church shown, in various forms, tho power P. H. Callahan, Col. Thomas D. an auspicious ono on which to inwith which Christ endowed It for tho Cllnes, William G. Hume, Eugene J. augurate tho new season. It has salvation of men. Its Inner life has Coonoy and A. R. Vogel, and it will been tho practical thought of Fath been strengthened by a closer union bo continued in a quiet way In tho er Conrad, C. P., director ot tho of all Its members with their head, hopo that many now subscriptions Ploy, to mako Improvements year af tho Vicar of Christ. Devotion to tho may bo added, which with tho salo ter year. Changes aro mado oven in. Person of our Lord and to His Bless of tho homo proporty on Walnut tno miast ot tno season it need be. ed Mother has stoadlly Increased, street will reallzo tho full $150,000. As a rulo, howevdr, tho entire PasMonday night sion Play organization is reorganized Tho nloty of tho faithful has becorao At tho mooting In tho fall deeper nnd stronger through fre- workors in tho various parishes ex-- ! promising of each year, fresh and talont Is tried out. narts quent communion and daily attend- pressed an optimistic feeling and ance at moss. Works of charity announced that completo reports had are assigned to thoso best fitted for hnvo multiplied nnd Catholic educa- not been received of subscriptions thom, and offorts aro made to on- tion has grown with fruitful vigor out in tho State. Tho Intelligent uanco tno stage offects. Tho original manuscript, still In Wo'rejolco and etfcctlvo work of tho parish soIn all our Institutions. with our brethren of tho clergy in licitors mado tho campaign a sue-- 1 existence, was written by a Passion- the splendid results of their labors cess and received high pralso. They lst rather. That document was conamong tho peopio in preaenmg tno reiatcu many interesting experiences siderably altorod and Improved by Word of God, administering tho sa- - and said that ovoryiero they mot another Passlonlst, Father Conrad, craments, establishing schools and a ' earty reception. Whore all did C. P.. who has a special talent for tho theater and uses this talent for building churches. You, llkowlso, their work so well It would bo both spiritual purposes. Among other beloved children of tho laity, wo impossible and unjust to attempt in- PROUD OF CATnOLIO SCHOOLS. co-o- p- i' " heartlly commend for your faith, for your zeal In supporting tho cause of religion, and for your hearty oration with your pastors in an gooa works. With great charity you have responded to thoir appeals In behalf of tho poor, tho afflicted of every class, and tho helpless llttlo xou navo snown ones of Christ, your faith by your works; and God will surolv reward you, Wo Voter with prldo and gratltndo to tho growth of our Catholic schools. It Is an evidenco of tho In terest which you take In tho Chris- tlan education of your children. You aro convinced, as wo arc. that re- Hglaua IrtBtmtlpn if " i"ir a part of education but the most Important tinrt. It la the surest means or pre- serving our Catholic faith and of training our children to become good men and good women. It teaches thom to respect authority, to obey law and to bo as careful of the rights of others as they aro of their own rights. It is tho best preparation for citizenship. By supporting our Catholic schools you render most vniuaoio service Dotn to tho church and Is no more Genu no Patriotism. un , dividual montlon, and thoroforo ' things Father Conrad introduced incredit was given all nllko. Tho to tho play theso living tableaux that amount obtained will assuro a homo ate tho vory llfo of It. Although it largo enougn to Biioitor zuu or more frequently has been announced, !t working girls, which will moet ono has to bo restated hero that the Pasof Louisville's greatest needs. Ac- slonlst ordor, of which Father Cou-ra- d and his assistant, Father Bertlvo stops may soon bo taken to tho new homo, as moro than nard, aro members, is in no way of50 per cent, of tho subscriptions ficially connected with this spiritual woro in cash. Tho charitable spirit enterprise and dorlvea no profit that prevails among our pooplo may whatover from Its performances. no realized rrom tno tact that tnoj Tho two fathers who Jointly dlroct It greater part oi tnu money lur una are in charge ot St. Joseph's church, worthy object camo from tho middle a tow doors away from tho audiand hard working class of our cltl torium, Father Conrad as pastor and zens. Cathojico may feel a just Father Bernard as assistant. They prldo in tho success of this splendid built tho auditorium especially for work for- our young women and tho tho Passion Play and tho earnings advancement of Loulsvlllo. Tho list aro used fifreauco'thoaebtTon this or subscriptions naB not yet ueen property. When this debt Is paid fully and alphabetically arranged, It will tako at least ten moro years to do so tho receipts will bo used but will bo soon mado public tor educational and charitable purposes. Excepting stago hands no CALLS FOR WOMEN. ono connected with the Passion Play A mooting of representative Cath- organization, and neither tho director olic women of tho United States, In- young nor his assistant, is paid. Tho and capablo work, who havo given up men and women terested in social and civic their nights and will bo hold- at Washington on days during tho last five years to nVfnsttt Tnvlfntlnna hnn 1nnn ennf mako tho Passion Play what It is out for tho gathering by tho Natlon-Ther- o count It a prlvllego to bo associated al Catllollc welfare Council to tho with it. During five years nearly dioceses and important Catholic or- - 250,000 people of war Kuvomoi.uuu .""" ganlzatlons, each of which has been havo witnessed It. all denominations so prove as ccasion to ted t0 send dei0gatcs. It Is Membership on tho executive orten proven ueioro, im.i probablo that approximately ono of patrons and counsellors, va e ot our BMOcla- - ,undrert women , tako part in tho devotion. The under whoso auspices tions for the PHo welfare was at conforcnco Tho mootlnB wlu bo tho annually, Is not at allIt is presented restricted to once recognized. With the taltlat vo f, f Ua k,nd t b Uold m C0Q. denominational lines. This commit, akon by tho Knights of Columbus, w, h h0 formulntIon of a tee was formod throo years ago. Justhe unselfish spirit of tho Catholic programme for women's activities by tice Eugeno A. Philbin was tho first Young Men's Association, and the Natlonal Catnoi,c Welfare chairman, retiring at shown by the oreanlza- primary purposo Is to bring 1918 season. He wastbo end of tho succeeded by tions of Catholic women, we "allied about among tho varl-thLouis D. Conloy, who In turn It was u"'f5L r,ous Catholic .women's organizations Col. been succeeded for tho season of has actlvlt cs. With this object In ,t d ff t , fl w Qt Reu- -, , wh,ch organizations of this 1920 by W. Bourko Cockran. the nierarcny estaonsneu inu Uvt Gov. Edwards, of .,,. ,i tlonal War Council. Under Its dl- tf -l cently Jorsoy, Edward I. tho post of Now accopted roctlon provision was made for tho t proposed t0 oncroach ln any wny Vice Chairman tendered him by Mr. moral and physical welfare of our th frcedom and ,nUiativo of of Catholic soldiers and sailors. Chop- - tn() IndlvIdual organizations, nor Cockran. Ecclesiastical approval by onterprlso lains were supplied for the men in w,u th central advlsory councll at. tho Right Rov. is yearly renewed tho John J. O'Connor, of camp and tog those in service t t t drect th , ofort8 Bbroad. In every rossiboay oit cesan actlT,tlea nro not t0 bo intor- - Nowark, In whoso dioceso It Is performed. Tho Bishop is Honorary poople showed their appreciation of f d wUh ,n Th0 Bamo Chairman. Cardinal Gibbons has the men who wero offering thoirw,n bo folIowcd wlth rofor. lives for our country. How well de- enco'to tho catholic Inymon's nctlv- - gratuitously favored tho play with sorved and how Productive ot good (tiea and the CatholIc ci,aritablo or- - his hearty Indorsement. Mrs. TheoRoosevelt maado were tnese pumui.e " ''""- - gnnlzations, a conforenco ot which dore to tho auditorium tho pilgrimage during tho ot will bo held in Soptembor. ww. IT IU US BOUU AiUlll nw Chairmanship of Justico Philbin. Catholics in every branch of tho naIt took Now Jersey a long time to tional sorvico. Wo aro proud ot FAVORITE WITn ALL. wako up to tho importance ot the their loyalty. - Wo honor their hero- TTT enterprise in Its midst, but there aro f A...! am 4tlO AY. Let us' David J. Burko. tho grocer ot indications this year that tho home d led Wedtes-tatln- g Stato ot tho Passion Play reallzos Ja7thomThehhighesITributo by iml- street Wft Chostnut after a ngerlng that It has something worth encourthoir fidelity to duty, their new afternoon death 'caused and his Clnjero aging. Tho formation ot tho execuof self and their devotion tive committco undor Mr. Cockran to the cause of freedom. '? brought about two sections, one for ivcnd,n,mIl? lf The disturbances from which our heart, with a Now Jersey, tho other for Now York, i.rinw hnmn ij....-i- and wholesouled vay, commlttoo meets annually, tn nil tha nennlo. In direct and prac hearty laughwent through llfo with- Tho Burko tical form, tho need of thorough Davomaking an enemy, and his rros-en- shortly before tho first public performance, in Now York. readjustment. In part the present out synwas It is not surprising that a movesituation is duo to tho war, but its onym In any gathering good a fellownature should rally to real causes lie farthor back In our ship. for gaiety and by his wife, ment of thismen Ho and women ot all Industrial history. It Is not merely Mrs. Stella is survived Reardon, and its support denominations. Tho Passion ot that unwise nollcles have boon ono brother,Burko, neo John fJromUsrCh,r1ine3 Chrht was for all humanity, for !!?P2:J!!i 2 UK! creed nnd creodlcss so is this Passion Play. an ZXZnXl It is in- Dorromeo church Friday mornlig at nnd approvedItbyhas been' witnessed 9 o'clock. clergymen of both error to assumo that the Issues Protestant and Catholic Christianity. They volved are purely economic. The two casts havo 250 members. nELP DURING LENT. are. at bottom, moral and rollgious. Hard workers during tho day. all of Their settlement calls for a clear Franciscan fathers from St. bonl- - (hem, they rarely miss rehearsals or norcentlon of tho obllKatlons which performances assigned will and charity Impose. In urg- - faco Monastery preachassist with attbo tho regularThoy Justice a to thom. llvo tho llfo they sormonsj ing their respective claims, tho par- - devotions and ot local churches selected m. onnarani .iioairord thu fact number Lenten season. during the preach, bolng piety as as much for thejr that tbo peopio as a whole have a present will assist at St.Roy. ?athor thoir natural a year before theability openyincfnt do to act. Once prior claim. Tho first step there-- , Ignatius tat St. these players fore toward correcting tho evil is Paul's. Father Alban will Venintlus ing of each seasonretreat, which Ie make a three-da-y to Insist that the rights ot tho com- -' E zabeth's. and Father St. munlty shall prevail, that law and will preach at St. Brigid's. At ser- always directed by Father Conrad, C. P. erder shall bo preserved and that Boniface church the Germah ine public shall not be made to cut- - mons will bo preached by .Father, COUNT? CENTER. fer while tne contention goes or oimnua, iu msiwu from one mistake to another. Tho uaiaer umua, wno is uuiruira. The General Committee of the fatlnre to reach an agreement is due FIRE FIGHTER HURL Floyd County Community Center at rn large measure to the suppostttoa V New Albany launched this week a t... p nafuvsllv tirvstll tO formerly aM erection needs the tlM. In tnith. caneach do without to Elmer J. Graham, now 4wltant campaign tor funds. The the dab Chief Lehan but nf an extensive addition to not her. Capital capital, j Chief at Camp Zachary Tayr, who house nt Unity Council. Y,1 M. I., on without Wr. Isnor labor bHt the more Im- - met with a painful accMet Mm-- .t Kast Main street, teretfcer with the obvious: flits nAtnt la that einltal and day while cranking a mae'ii, Is pnrrheee ot a gymnaeinm and otlter , reported delac aieely. Tkcm ennlrment fer the social aethrtMea fchor are bound by mntnal of tne ftmr CatnoMe eaeiTettan not ahnnly by mntnal needs uttered a eempound tmemn two bones of Ma arm were , HmfrV In tb ettv and eesmty. ar taterests. la this wnoie question expects ie be aoesi ata an fee.ea tnd Wollf '"Vnt'l.T hi Hew Aleejav.. ft. v. Mnr.t i of man and the dlalhe again. Is alto Tliat Marj o at' t"wyd nTKme labor are cardinal duty Birr ot ) -. mmmand . Mary's at NviHeoa, win be elBtBw of treanng u laoorer as a ui " so-cu- ro I - Tont7I,0"rCou.ini h! "7"";" I o""', v""" A com-mltt- eo Coun-onthuslas- m at ' ,,,,,',. .jim i- ,. -- .,...!. l?LTIt,1m I ce aT? " mim. I obliga-Mens- "! "U cent., and at this writing the stock Is selling for 105 on tho market. Now why does not tho near Mayor Start Revolution Against tho Dorai tell tho Tolenhono Company offi Cardinal Kakowski Says Revived NJ. cial that they can't ralso rates COLUMBLUCLUB INSTALLS. natlou-o- f Boss Hcrt and thoy show thoy are operating at . in With much enthusiasm the CoultimaOutsiders. 'a loss, and include fire that present- j irf 'Uttssla. turn that they must tho lumbia Athletic Club Installed its officials. Come on, "Smithy," tell1 officers Monday, sight. They aro: I us why you favor the Phone Com-- 1 President JC. Brneggeman, Sr. rrnwri Vice President Edward Score. Fight Begun on Managing Editor of nnnvpeopio. ntirl minlali Hin atmnt Religious Recording Secretary Joe Krae-rae- r. Issue Closely IdokatrtaJ car You know tho same nub. Loulsvlllo Herald, tho Machine lie that rides on tho street cars also ' , With Faturo Progress ot That uso telephones, so they aro entitled, Secretary Financial William Organ. y Blady. to a Country. deal on tho question. Tho Kentucky Irish American is Trea8ureir Heary Fetter. getting Just a weo bit sorry fori Marshal Anthony Hellman. or police Petty, and Sentinel Edward Lynch. Near Mayor Might Explain Differ ciuei criticise the conduct while one Karly must Custodian Albert Herdt. of his ofTermination of Anarchy tm& Henry Campfea was tho installing fice sometimes you know at tho eaco In Treatment of Phone Chaos Now Existing Not samo time that his job Is anything officer In the absence ot Presldont and Car Companies. Bon Beckman, ' who was reported but a bod ot roses. Ono day his agAnticipated. gregation of Keystono pollco aro enconvalescent. Tho reports showed meshed in some gambling or graft the club In the best condition In Its history, and la short talks the new scandal, nnd tho next Borne of our COL. PETTY'S STRENUOUS LIFE. stores and buildings aro burglarized NEW administration, was pledged the supERA FOR TIIE .CHURCH1. port of tho membership in making witnout tno comedy cops even se curing a clue. Then to enliven up; 1920 tho banner year. tho Chief's night hours drunken leapveAR dance. . Tho Kentucky Irish America last Koystonors go out and Bhoot up tho I. "'snevlsm is a term so frequent-ha- ir or week commented on tho fact that town of drag women around by tho ,y used and applied A most enjoirable Leap Year danco to so many dlf-thoir head. In othor words, was given Monday evening at tho tho Loulsvlllo Herald, the maohino no iuui uuy or uigiu, unu its a saie iciem tenuoncies and mnvumonU y regime,' bet that Col. Petty must havo como that th moi Sqelbach, with tho following as organ of tho . Chaporones: Dr. Max Eblo and Mrs. was wasting a lot of valuable timo awful dreams or nightmares. Wo ment ,nunnown t0 cwaUe. m. Eblo, Dr. John Buschemeyor and in trying to dig up a political row tipped him off a long time ago that y Mrs. Buschomeyer, Dr. J. C Hood In the Democratic ranks for news tho crowd woro unload- - reaaors ot tfao dally papers. "la and Mrs. Hood: Messrs. and Mc3 purposes, especially when a fight to ing a lot of "yap" motormen and Europo," says tho nowly created. dames John Cassilly, Robert Wat the finish was just beginning In tho conductors on him for police, and in Cardinal Kakowski, Archbishop of son, Joseph Greenwell, Clarenco Republican ranks. And tho Herald addition wore sprinkling tho depart- warsaw, "Uolshovlsm Is frequently Besten, J. C. Murpby, George Sottl6, need not play tho rolo of a specta- ment with a lot of "bad actors," understood as being Identical with tor either, as its managing editor, who had been fired during DemoPaul Rodman, W. J. Spenk, A. But this Is a grave B. McGrath. M. Boyle, John Charles A. Sognor, is right In tho cratic reign or not accepted as be- Maxlmalism. Dant, George Wayno Rankin, Leo thick of tho fray. Thoro's revolu- ing fit. Last Friday Potty gavo out mistake"- This mtstako and other Schultcn, Georgo Burkloy, Fred tion on in local and Stato Republi- an interview saying that ho had false conceptions ot Bolshevism are Loezor, J. B. Arbeguet, Carl Nashold, can ranks just now that promises to just rid the town of most of tho y,.?,0 nieans confined to Europe. Public Edward Nord, M. Corcoran, Edward make the Bolshevlki troublo In Rus- crooks, having given instructions to countryspeakors and tho press In our havo caused snch confusion Langan, B. Cahlll, L. TIgho, G. sia look like a pink tea in com- tho Koystonors to cloan house. Mayer, R. Datighorty. The many parison. During tho past year or (They say ono of them bought n "Ai' ,,,"X .v""on. tnat a statement who attended ere unanimous in ex- two the Old Guard wing of the Re- broom nnd started sweeping his 7,g,aLF. th0 system and movement rcaII . !s by a.n authority spoak- Anyway they pulled off ono rf pressing tho wish that another bo publican party, that is tho men who bent--) aro native Kentucklans, have sat of tho old time Wm. S. Hart reels. "i Vi"? OBsorvauon and experience given after Easter. back In a daze watching Tobo Hcrt, "BIng. bang." a flock of Keystoners ",!?moro,Jhnn wolcomo Tho h,mse, a resident of Rus- formerly of Indiana, and his follow- went through tho center of town ,a FATHER 41BELL PASSES. ers tako full charge of tho party's shootlng wildly at fleeing automo- - ' "'" V' u "u"uor or years, on tho rocca visit to Romo, "ana,in Tho dioceso tit Loulsvlllo has suf- affairs. Hort selected Ches Searcy biles and at nothinfj In particular, a Statement rntrnnllnr- - tlnl. fered another distinctive loss by the as his man, Friday and thoy havo tho end of the chase being two men death of tho Rov. Father J. J. Aboil, ladled out such big gobs ot cam- bagged whom they charged with suevism ana tho Russian Orthodox at St. John, Hardin county, who paign money that tho Old Guard robbing every store and tho blowing church which deserves serious at passed away Monday after an Ill- leaders wero deserted and tho col- of overy safo and every crime pret- tention, because of tho intimato ness of pneumonia; Father Abell ored brothers and all flocked to tbo ty near that has happened hero knowledge of Russian conditions IlOSSeSSOU by tllO Cardlnnt. y TTovln y n years of age and had standard. Tho was since Heck was a pup. mt. r.....- -i 'n,to,d "1 tho orrotr frequently met machine as an example ot Journal published a photo ot'Tom. been tho pastor at St. John and EuroP. His Emlnenco de chaplain at Petblehem Academy for bosslsm that stands supreme, refus- iiijr Vn...n11 nM.l Jack St. Clair wMnrfHl luuiuxi uuu twenty-eigyears. Ho was a grad- ed to allow tho rank and file of tho Mr2vv.U8'n has at least a pro-uate of tho St, Thomas Seminary, Republican party a voice In select- and the Chief's storv of how tho Presents tbo highest Bardstown, Eard&town, and for a ing tho State candidates last venr. town was now cleaned, but sad to ?.lu,urSZf' o ji ornmnn UUU1UUUS) number ot years occupied the chair Ignoring tho Stato primary law and Bay not ono was convicted and the ' !Daa,u? hand nicked mMiortoa rnnllmm flnllt' ntnl niirliffv wnlcn Hoc. ..of scienco at St, Joseph's College. BOlOCtlnC - a o woses to onforco ....,, ...... ......., Georgo W. Jolly, ot Owens And tn nflrl tn ITioIr wnrrfnn tlinrn u.a Duuu " H 9 power. But His funeral took place from St. John list. tho Baptist church, and was attend- boro, ono of tho Old Guard, objected was a great, big picture of one of v."''.i'"fa,t"""", T"eaaamfcSPOvi8m is destroy ed by tho clergy and peopio from all and announced for office. Tho our Keystono policemen In a medl-- t i...nogauv?' .JtiaBBV ro ran ovor him, and tho cam- clno advertisement, tolling how ho r'u'V.u,UB' an"IS nor tho surrounding country. u paign Chairman sent out a letter tip- was cured by "Tanlao" or some nihil iuuu iiuuij.iumw IIUNOLD-BOSLEping tho machine followers to throw othor mcdlcino. Imagine a ..real po- ism, which many havo forgottan and the harpoon into Jolly. They did, liceman getting his plctur In that iubi signt or. its object is to o A Juno aycilagjf widespread. In- following InstrucilonsLwlth ,a ven- way. but it only servedias-a- . "Josh? io a ievei evorytning tnat. In Catholic society circles will geance. "Alas! poor Jolly; "We know TorTJeTecU veOTolirell "arid'BtV Clair, Clal or in a human, vay, la in' terest in bo that of Miss Minnie A. Hunold him well." nrocraimil 4Bj thoir friends asking them If they uusieu prominent. Its mvo tnat it spares no humar But llttlo by llttlo the rumblings wore cured, but it was worse on tho ,a f" """ and Nicholas Boslcr. Jr., whoso engagement has Just been announced. of discontent grew In tho Republican Chief. imure. its meal is bestial blln ess is tho accomplished ranks among thoso who couldn't sco Tho bride-olcand largi Valentino day two of our bravo """--- ana ignorance-" mo ppopio navo pormltte and attractive daughter of Mr. and their way clear to bo continually Keystoners wero cluttering up a lUOmsOlVCS to DO faRClnntnrt V nln.n nn..nn. n,. nn ci.nlhu Mrs. Honry A. Hunold, and for a bowing and kowtowing to Boss Hert o v. street picking out comic valentines and B 5t0 ecstasy ovor this ideal; number ot years has been a popular and tho campaign barrel. figure in musical circles. Mr. Bos- Wlllson, who was honored by tho whilo somo youngsters wero impa- - "ne, F tbo slogans most frequently lcr Is connected with tho manage- Republican party before Hert came tiently awaiting thoir turn. Tho used during tho Bolshevist disturb-answas tho cry: "Down with the ment of tho Tyler Hotel and Is well here. Is now bucking tho machino proprietor, to hurry thom, Inquired known In business and fraternal so In tho Senatorial raco; Marshall Bul- if they wero going to uso tho valen educated ones." thoso who can road ciety circles. Their marrlago will litt, anothor old liner, is opposing tines for themselves. Ono of tho ex- - and wrlto! Ono can realize how Re- y tho bo a happy one. machine; Wood street car men said: "You bet wo- - "UUB 1B ao ooisnovistic menace to popular with tho rank and file. aro. Tnar's a lot or peopio wno "i t ciiuub us wun mo Is bitterly fighting the selection of ttnnn vmlrln fun n nn tta monf rt trot BpfOatl Of IfmOMllCft find harhaWam GOLDEN JUBILEE. tho Herald managing editor, a squar with by sending thom some ot g?m8t tj?'8 dangor Poland has the In our midst, as a Republican tho golderndest ones we can pick iu uo mo auvanco guard tor Tho Church of St. Augustine, the convention delegate, and puts up a out." Terrible revenge, wasn't It? tho protection of culture in behalf colored Catholic chhrch at and Broa'dway, celebrated Its check for $650 for a contesting det Following a recent safe blowing ono of all of Europe. And Poland will golden jublleo tho first three days onation to fight tho ma of tho victims said to a safo export not be othorwlso than loyal to its Last but not least the In repairing the sate that ono ot historic tradition. For a long time-wthis week. Sunday morning Pon- chine. havo borno tho brunt of tho tifical high mass was said by Right nioneor of tho revolution against our detectives bollevea Rev. Bishop O'Donaghuo, and tho Tobe and Ches Is our Sheriff Ross. about tho safo blowing. The safo pressure or iJoisbevIsm alone. sermon was preached by Vory Rev. who has drawn all of tho fire of tho man snorted and said: "What do Tne Cardinal complains that Europe-P. M. J. Rock, pastor of tho Cathe Horald, and who In a fair contest thoso durn Keystoners know about uua oeen wanting m giving thff dral. In tho evening the sermon In tho Republican ranks would se the safe, and why don't they get tho necessary moral and financial supwas delivered by Very Rov. Fathor cure moro votes in ono ward than men that blew It." Ono of the Key- port. "England," ho says, "Is parCronln, Vicar General, and tho ser- Segnor, Hoyburn or Hert would get stono detectives was standing near ticularly reluctant to realize this vices wero closed by a concert ot In the whole town. In 1917 Ross, and heard tho remark. Ho glared fact. Yet tho bolshevistic menace Rnmm St. Augustine's band. Monday even- although under indictment tor an at tho offender and said: "By has not been lessenml. ing Rev. Fathor Schaaf, pastor of election offense, left near Mayor crlcky, If there had been a snow snouiu understand tnat its own wol- St. Peter Clavor's church, delivered Smith and tho halanco ot the ticket that night we'd a trackoa them our- " mo success or our tho pormon, and on Wednesday even- way in the rear, leading by a wide glars for sure." Burglars and safe struggle opened by Rev. margin. (contrary to tho hopes et those ing a mission was blowers please tako notico and don't y an early termination machine selected operate any more unless there is The Isidore O'Dwyer, ot tho Passlonlst ' of tho condition of chaos existing in unMorrow for Governor, and the entire snow on the ground, and maybe the Fatuers, tms mission to conttnuo State ticket, and now propose to Keystoners will catch you. Maybo. Russia, His Eminence is of the opin til Sunday evening, February 29. ion that it is difficult to prophesy nominate Ernst, of Covington, for coming developments. Present conINTO ETERNAL REST. United States Senator nnd the enTRIBUTE TO MINARY. ditions of anarchy and contusion tire eleven Republican candidates o Tuesday aftornoon Mrs. Catherlno for Congress, nnd next year ,lwe?ty t0 At tho annual meeting of tho twlntvfiv to seloct Judgo Arthur Peter. Holloran, aged widow of Michael stockholders ot the Loulsvlllo Rail- . Holloran, was called into eternal Mr. Bingham's law partner, for rest at her home, 1224 Cberokco Mayor and the entire city nnd coun- way Company on Wednesday a nlco us four or flvo years hence. The4 rood. Mrs. Holloran was a woman ty ticket. There is nothing back- trlbuto was paia tno retiring rresi- - prooaDiiity is, however, that It wllP y ne louowing not tuiiy ueyeiop whoso exemplary llfo and friendly ward about the machino aont. t. J. Aiinary. somo time to disposition won her tho respect of nnd tho Republicans and peopio of resolution, orrerea by wmiam iur- - come." naturally tho rj all who know her. She Is survived Kentucky aro to bo ignored in select- long, ana which win meerwitn gen- suo lo by two sons, John Holloran, Spring ing officials. Henco overyono that oral approval, was carrleck by. a closely Identified Ituro progress ot thatl field, Mass., ana Robert Holloran, loves a fair deal is on the side linos unanimous vote: HI.; Bollovlew, tbreo daughters. cheering for Gus Wlllson. Wood Whereas, T. J. Minary has been this question thi Misses Katnerlno ana Mary Holloran Marshall Bullitt. Will Ross and an officer of the company for forty-olg- pessimistic as hi years, and the Chief Executive political probloml and Sister Mary Rose, and also two all of the homo Republicans we years, drrlng or government ml Bistors. Her funeral took placo yes know against Hert, Segnor aud tho for over twenty-tw- o terday morning from St. Brigid's Imported party leaders. Tho samo which time ho has rendered faithful. Russia," he said, church, Rev. Fathor Janson cele condition applies in the colored wing Qftiuient and valuable service; and return to tho Intoll brating the resuiem high mass. Whereas, Due to tho conditions Czarlst reglmo. R of tho party and a fight is being out ot tho war, and financial will make Its entry mado on the selection of Roscoo WDLL TAKE LONG TRD?. Conkling Simmons as a dclegato to matters over which he has had no Russia. The Orthoc' tho convention. Simmons Is from control, he has doomed It advisable not yet recovered fro Rov. John F. Noll, pastor of St. Mlss'sslppi and has never voted or that ho retire, and it Is felt fitting nas received. After Mary's church, Huntington. Ind reg'stcrcd here, not even In tbo last that a testimonial bo entered on the Ilgious head, the Cz and editor of Our Sunday Visitor, election. Tho Loulsvlllo Leader, a records of this company by the endeavored to adopt has announced that he has complet- local colored nowspaper. says that stockholders in recognition of his organization, created new hiorarchy head, ed arrangements for a throo months' Simmons Is a Booechmaker, but al- cervices: now therefore bo It Resolved. By the stockholders of ops have elected thd trip to South America, leaving New ways keeps a good grip on tho gatn Company. In Moscow as their supJ York on Friday. The trip will be or door receipts where ho is speak- the Loulsvlllo Railway mado via the Panama canal nnd he ing. Of theso stirring lights against Its annual assembly, that a rising uut tne hoped-ro- r 11 plans to visit every country In South tho machino tho Herald will not tell vnto of thanks bo extended to Pres- Innovation have not; America. His companion on tho Its readers, hat that might bo ex- ident Minary for his past services, The union with this hi trip will bo Rey. Goorgo HIckey, of pected of an organ that in its and that this resolution bo spread at been overly firm, and' Urbana, Ohio. anxfety to shield the City Hall "re- large Upon the minutes ot the earn exerted, by the Bolshevl pietea tne disruption: form" crowd failed to publish the puny. was compelled by thatl "PILATE'S DAUGHTER. 84,000 safo blowiBg Tobbery at EVENING SERMONS. issue pastoral letters Ml Dttrand ft Perry's store. Next month tbo alumnae of Holy Have you noticed the real uuplsh miner ravoraoie 10 woisui Beginning with the Lentoa .ser- - aa a result forfelten ftosary Academy will present the and bold stand of near Mayor Smith .rellalous drarria. "Pilate's Daugter." In dealing with the local Street Car vices tomorrow evening sermons tn standing." at Holy Rosary Auditorium. Fourth Company. He Is downright "sassy" English will be delivered every Sun iwcnaai mkowski's and Park. This most Interesting In speaking ot the company's reqaeet day night' at, St. Boniface church, ; conditions in. Russia In wilt be given six presenta- to raise fares, and says that before ana tne sermon in uerman on wea- - nahte tn the face ot tht drama and the they can raise fares they must eome neeuay- - ercnwiBSJ ira r rma-ytions, the first on March iim ejnatmgf generally conrern'tig tl n into court with their books, fire the s,tatkms of the cfoes will be said. last en Marqk 19. nation. In .that, country nresent official, etc. But tight needs' nothtnir mow urgmMv NKAJtfl WXTX YXA1M. HOyB here Is where the public muld ltke a, strong spiritual force nirh for the near Mayor to answer a sim w ewe to eawsate cnu iuwe vt Forty lours' devotion wm wmmvuwrnm peoele. Tbers ? Otbeons. ple query ana tnat is thta: wnjr Kta Mmhtenee Cardinal Tna mass and egnoertnMu. et Baltimore, will en Jnne It. he eomiwl me. Mrfet Car t? tnat tne worst ouccrfr Tn witB Rtng .at 8t aUW"i8sTeT wmmM- - BMSnertam wre poth?' morrow in fb (a einMtee. tfcetr aeeka and eater anon Me stntmth aa eoattnaa nfMlf 'ftYeMtTfcnMtl wllBWB, anajfajBjajB BBjyaaiaHB 'berth and, use the Orthodox fhi.nh aaf etrenay art awaaWaaOaar a aaaaaaa faa a any. Tmt day wfll bead W tfetrtta1 SBaatnHlT failed to exrt tt.. .,.-- t -- , pwd et t HCrtva tatlnoaco so btitv n..,v,i ann a mmmmm m mm Mtt ,ajaa) fWK "W - IM jrittattM&i that alt the. B. un-ft- ll .liUJMBiMai-AItoveilioHgi'.Jtei- tbo chlot Itom of oxpenso. It is stated that voluntary subscriptions to tho aniounttot $21,000 havo been received front 230 persons. Tho campaign will be in charge ot tho Finance Committee, of which Will- lam J. Receveur (s the bead. REPUBLICANS BOLSHEVISM fifty-fift- I iaaaaaa " Hert-Searc- ,,. .u"!"" . Hert-Searc- , Ca-hl- ll, - ' ,' sixty-sevo- Hert-Searc- Hert-Searc- ; ht ( Hert-SearC- V T " i I --- -- ,.. " - - ma-chl- "" noire-fa-o- rle-to- . -- al J , ct , 3 .n- Ex-G- es Hert-Searc- Ax-to- n, now-com- or Tlhr-teen- th uij Hert-Sear- cy '"" ui"" I Hert-Searc- 7" "f pro-pos- W rr Hert-Searc- Ax-to- n, ht I arlf-ln- I vr llt , . lak -. d'-e- tam -- C. of r 0y ih tl 4 t. 00 O'J KB?N:TnOKY KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN; PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. iiIJHt AJV035CIOAJB: AAAAAAAA A ArA'A'A' A AAAkAAaAA " . A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A'ArA A A A A A AAA AAAAAAAAAA te Mm SocUI nd Mot1 Advtncemeat el Irtsh AawtkaM ad Cttbollci Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Mea'a Social activItlC8 will ccaso during Institute and Catuolio Knigbto of America. Lont. Publishers KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTINC CO., Ina.rpcru. Mrs, A- - B. Brodorick has returned PER YEAR, SIN0LEC0PV5c from a ton days' stay In Now York fUBSCRIPTlON PRICE ONE DOLLAR City. enlrrrd at the Lulvllle Po.toftlce Miss Floronco Rellly, who has Wist Liberty Strut. been IRISH AMERICAN, t thi KENTUCKY AH CHHwmlcitions seriously ill with grippo, is reA A Wud t t trie SOCIETY. A A AAA A AAA 3 i 44-- Reduced-Pric- e the Modern way CLEANERS AND DYERS 1140-4- 2 i ; Scond-CIifWt- tr. 319-32- 1 Se ing If OFFICE AND PLANT, S. THIRD ST. j ported better. Dresses, Gloves, Velvets, Silks, Laces, We Specialize in Ladies' Suits, : a business trip. Capt. A. P. Martin went to Knox-vill- o the first part of tho week on t v O Mrs. George Marcum and children AUTO WILL CALL FflR AND nELIVFR All WDRK FEBRUARY 21, 1920 have been visiting her father, J. B. . .SATURDAY, LOUISVILLE, KY Novitt, at New Haven. AS NEAR YOU AS YOUR PHONE of preparedness is universal military jr an,j Mrs. Edward Keating left BAPTISTS FIGHT Y. M. C. A. training. Another In a largo stand Sunday for Now Orleans to attend Tho Baptists have declared war Ing army. Wo have rejected tno tho Mardl Gras festivities. 1 n on tho Young Men'B Christian Asso- - (rst mothod and wo aro not Mrs. John P. Ootken, who has and tho 'Western Recorder, lastic over tho second. It Is not un- - been ill tor a week with a attack of organ, says thatl Kkely that in fivo years wo will bo grip, is now recovering rapidly. tho official Baptist ....... of religion back where wo were before wo "''tho Y. M. C. A. Miss Essie Cahill, of Crescent Hill, tho war. will not save tho world, nor would was tho recent guest of Miss Elizait oven savo society." Tho writer beth Hum at. her homo at Parkview. WILSON A DISCARD. further says that tho Y. M. C. A. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Farley and W. scissors and mutilates tho Biblo in Tho latest outbreak of President S. Farley were recent Sunday guests Its meetings and should bo opposed of Mrs. Charles Thorn at by tho Baptists because of Its work Wilson in forcing Secretary Lansing jut of tho Cabinet has aroused a overseas, dancing, Sunday desecra On February 20, 1920, MR. R. A. WATSON, Col. A. A. Spaninger, Mrs. tlon and oven dancing at homo. But eeling of resentment against tho for many years Manager of the Byrne & Speed Coal In spite of the fact that Miss tho bitter pill which tho Baptist or- listatorlal methods of tho President, urday and New Susan Ryan left Satfor Orleans to attend tho Company and the Jellico-Laurgan raves over Is tho fact that tho and Democratic leaders and press carnival. Agency, will enter prices of these ranges, as $ Baptist ministers were refused full allko condemn his action. President the retail coal business for himself under the firm well as all other stoves, 5 sway In tho war work and takes the Wilson refuses to bow to tho wishes Thomas McGIU has returned from name of R. A Watson Coal Co, at 959 South Ninth following fling at Catholics, Jcwb of tho peoplo who rebuked his Bardstown, where ho visited his sisare constantly advancing, ters, Mrs. and Protestants: "When. Dr. Mott, League of Nations pot at tho last Joo Beam. R. H. Greenwell and Mrs. street, and will handle high grade Eastern, Western we are giving you this J Kentucky and West Virginia the chief secretary of tho Y. M. C. election, and the stand of tho Sen ofLT John steam and domestic A., with Dr. Speer, Priest Burko, ate in opposing tho ratification Kmml , orBanlilnB a par. opportunity to secure the beautiful "Zenith" Laurel coals. Col. Cutler, tha Jew, and two others me league una uruuuuu ms runout ty 0r local people Who Will mako a of planned out and divided tho war ment so that ho is venting his tour first Europe,in leaying hero about Combination (coal'and gas range a reductiop from April. week the Mr. Watson wishes to assure his many friends I Baptists were left out." spleen on oreryono in sight. work tho peevprices. our regular low TThon again wo aro told by tho Sonor Georgo B. Barrett, who Is J and patrons whom he has served in the past that he SPEECH FROM THRONE. sojourning in Havana, writes that ed writer that "tho gospel can not will be in equally as good a position to furnish them As you will judge by the illustration, which is an ho and Mrs. Barrett will arrlvo homo lie trusted to tho Y. M. C. A., tho Tho speech of King George from tho latter part of March. with euch qualities of coal and service as heretofore, Red Cross, nor tho Salvation Army." the throne rororreu to conditions miv exact reproduction, the Laurel is a range of the high Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugh J. Swift left and respectfully requests their patronage. est character distinctive in appearance and substanREMIND US OP DUTIES. of tho Irish question. Evidently this Tuesday for atheir homo at Akron, Ohio, atler ten days' visit with settlement Is, to bo arrived tially and scientifically built. It is equipped with four Jeliico, Creek, Harlan, Pocahontas or In his own name and tho namo of at not by consulting tho Irish people Mr. Swift's parents on Sixth street. tho American hiererchy, Cardinal Miss Cornelia Arnold, after top burners for gas, four covers for coal, a combina Smokeless, Anthracite and Coke. but by a Parliament In which guest of Miss a Gibbons closes tho pastoral with tho is without representation at Mnymo week here as Meadowbrook, Schuhmann, tion coal and gas oven, and roomy warming closet. following significant reminder, which present. Is a.one-sldeaffair and returned to her homo at Owensboro. every Catholic should study and it will bo It In the Laurel you have the best possible cooking Imposed on Ireland much heed: imposed his rule on missus jiizauuia xjuuilt, iuuuu you, as the Kaiser "Wo havo thus set before stove for both winter and summer. Belgium during the war. To call it Grebe and Clara Connelly enjoyed a dearly beloved, tho moro striking a settlement is to dignify It abovo pleasant trip last week to Nazareth, features of our situation, Its oppor Its merits. It is in keoping, though, where they visited Sister Mary N. E. Cor. of Kentucky at Ninth. tunities and most urgent needs. Wo with the assumption that one na- havo indicated tho principles which lon has tho right to rulo another. Coleman McNevItt, who has been Phones -- City 374 and South 2110. must shapo and develop our Catholi How far from tho Ideals for which 111 for the past six weeks, Is now at St., Joseph's Infirmary, and his Sor or wo wore told the world war was reports an improvement In his phan d to condition. fought! What becomes of moro reour country. Let and tho liberty of small ESTIMATES GIVEN PLANS FURNISHED Tho marriage of Miss Angela G. mind you ofjBWontIal duties. nations? This sale is positively limited to number of LauGratzer and Joseph E. Diefenbach Tho first, tlWrcontlnually offer took placo Monday morning at St. rel Ranges now in our stocks, as we could not posai. up projPisupplication for all HEAVEN FORBID. Agnes' church, Sacred Heart Retreat, men, bflfftng tho God of Mercies Nowburg road. bly quote this low price on present factory Secretary Baker believes that unto d'TBCtthelr hearts in the way of Alexis J. pjffi and concord. Tho second, less we ratify the treaty and Lcaguo was Miss Schulton and bride, who Frances Honchey, nro It you show forth in your own of Nations wo shall forfeit tho "spir unending their honeymoon In Cuba. leadership" of the world. This Xhelr mnrrlnee took place last week es, in your homes, your social tercourso and your dealings wun of course assumes that tho "spirit at tho Cathedral. 2639 HIGH STREET (whatever that sthors, tho beauty of our Catholic ual leadership" Our liberal club plan is open to purchaters dur- - Phone Shawnee 389-- j Miss Agnes Anna May and Will-lafaith, Its power to strengthen tho means) Is at present and has been J. Gudkeso were married last ing this sale without additional cost pay Loul In trial, its efficacy for tho ac since tho armistice- in our hands. Saturday In Now Albany, Rev. Willcomplishment of tho duties which Now it may bo asked what has our iam Selbortz, pastor of St. Mary's down, balance in equal monthly payments. charity and Justice prescribe. Do- "spiritual leadership" dono for tho church, performing the ceremony. ing these things, you will advanco world? Has It brought liberty and Mrs. Margaret T. Cowell anHas It nounces tho marriage of Her daughtho Kingdom of God upon earth and peaco to subject peoples? glvo honor to our Lord Jesus tended to make tho groat nations ter, Miss Mary Katherino Cowell. to moro tolerant of the weak? Has It Edward R. Spelger, which took placo Christ." Saturday afternoon at St. v Jamos' tompored justice with mercy? Un- church. CONSISTENT AMERICANISM. der our "spiritual leadership" Egypt has lost her liberties, Persia has had Visitors seen last week at tho HoPapers like tho Courier-Journher sovereignty impaired, India has tel McAlpin, Now York City, includF0R Y0UR 0LD ST0VE! aro forever flaunting their Ameri- been harrasscd and persecuted in an ed Miss Virginia Hindman, Mr. and canism and ready to condemn every- aggravated manner, China has been Mrs. R. E. Vaughan, Mr. and Mrs. auumuu iu uic uiiici saving icaiUlCI C. one who does not agreo with them robbed of her finest province, tho of Lee Cook and Miss Zula Cobb, all Louisville. extreme measures. But they aro tricky Jap put on an equality with of this great sale of Laurel Combination Ranges. on notoriously silent when there is a Louisville people much sought afAmericans, and tho posstblo differenco between Amorlca American reduced to houses In h tho ter by the big business wero John tho J. and dear old England. Tho attempt- value of an Englishman in interna- metropolis last week 315 GUTHRIE STREET. Riley, J. L. Lynch and ed sale of tho German liners to a tional oyes. This is what our "spir- Crotty. T. H. and Misses L. McCrory S. L. White BOTH PHONES 315 British syndicate by tho American itual leadership" of the Baker brand and M. McKIbbcn. menarnnnger. T. J. MORROW, ,T. .J. McTIGllE, Asst. Mgr. Government has never been iffl AmeriDo has done. Mr. and Mrs Joseph L. Sohm, Sr., tioned by tho Tory press, despite tho cans want moro of it? Heaven announce tho marriage of their fact that according to tho terms of BLACK Ss DECKER daughter. Miss Ircno F. Sohm, to M. 315-31- 7 ale John Bull would got these ships W. JEFFERSON STREET. J. McDermott, on February 14 at V pur PORTABLE ELECTRIC MULLS at a sacrifice price, and tho DON'T LEND. St. Georgo a church, tho Rev. Georgo A. Weiss officiating. chasing syndicate were on record as PHONE MAIN 93 PHONE CITY 8500 8 i Sizes What do patriotic Americans preferring British crows. kick"P 'KJcfck'k'k'k'k'i kvc w&'k'kiticik Guy think about this? A "streamer" dally InE. Ostorman Is now debating CHILDERS ELECTRIC CO. and favor headline In tho London Star of ro- - all becauso of of women votingWed UNIVERSAL TRAINING. tho arrival on INCORPORATED cont date reads: "Don't Buy Amerl nesday afternoon of girl number .H.'i.'t W, MtnStreC flntli Phon. I.'U an indorsement of can Goods." The article argues that three nt his homo on West Broad In the face of Abo prlnciplo by President Wilson England should now confine Its way. and his appeal 0. tako no party ac trade with Amorlca to selling, and No-tion against UAho Dernocrats of tho to buy everything possible fro.inv Tho marriage of Miss Bessie Gatto . and John J. Fahoy took placo Tues- Imntntlvcs last, weok Germany,' and Austria tlouso ojm AmeriOa nv ninrnliif wlHi rmnflnl mnQfl nt k'os overwhelmingly. having pulled England's chestnuts St. Mary Magdalene's church. After roco lunlversal military out 01 tno lire is not to do consiu tho ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Fahoy ABSOLUTELY FIHEPROOF (Incorporated) r'THE OLD ARMORY" by this Congress. ered unless sho Is willing to lend loft on a trip East. No Invitations The following prices are just and allow us only a fair profit SOUTH SEVENTH STREET bsolutlon opposing tho money to England with which to woro issued. AUTOMOBILES STORED AND WASHED litem was 106 ayes da her marketing with Germany ana Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Warren antFECUL ATTENTION TO THEATER ST0XAG&25 CIS. AIL MEN IN CHARGE EXPERIENKO. ' With tho Democrats! Austria! nounce tho marriage of their daughopposed and tho Re- ter. Miss Mary Edith Warren.' to 8400-EHOJ- ?l$ TlXctlxx ted, all hopo of uni Our Service and Workmanship Are A No. 1 Organized labor has thrown Us William I. Adams February 12 at St. Cecelia's church. After tho wed3- training legislation hat Into tho political ring, not as a ding breakfast Mr. and Mrs. Adams fy Suits Pressed. Only 50c m goes glimmering. party, but as a sort of balance of loft for a trip to Now York and Men's 2 Piece Suits, $1.50 as well. power. Labor can do much If It Washington. just Men's 3 Piece Suits, $1.75 Neckties 10c each, 3 for 25c Vou'll Never Slake a Mistake la Ordering Our lubt that the sentiment Will Just hold Itself in leash a triflo. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Warren any is now strongly op- - There are many men of sound Judg daughmarrlace of Inulsory military train- - ment In the ranks. Let labor rid it- nounce the Mary Edith tholr Warren, to ter. Miss Iperlenco of tho For Your New Homo It lias the Quality. self of the radical and all will be William L. Adams. February 12, at Established Over Twenty-fiv- e Tears. St. Cecilia's church. After tho wednot been favorable to well. ding breakfast Mr. and Mrs. Adams foilltary Borvjce, and an- I INCORrORATJ Wo congratulate tho Catholic Sen left for a trip to Now York and rthe unpleasant memories BROOK AND A STS. Washington. id war have passed away tnlpl. nf Portland. Ore., on Its fit rj.n0 marrlago of Miss Margaret Both Phones 2635. Fill be chary of passing a tiotn anniversary numuer, one 01 421 W. Chestnut St. 'jrvlca. law. That explains real .merit and really valuable read- Beck, daughter of Michael Beck, We Call For rihI Deliver. Kaleher IHUilU I received such a ipg matter, much of it historical. and John Frederick morning at was W J IMWVff rMWfw Vfwinvn WWfnt fwr tta f im Vmu SW fM a ' St. solemnized Tuesday Ferso vote at the Demo- - May its next halt contury prove still Anthony's church. Aftor a wedding "Tf T?TfTfTfTTT"T?Tf TWVTV AAAAAlaAAAAitAJiAlAiiAitiAifiAitiAih VOC More successful. A8 tM TrH fAUCUU' breakfast Mr. and Mrs. Kaleher left for Indlaaapolls to visit tho bride's re neea not uauer Dr. N. Abell C. S. TABB'S SON very Catholfc should, comply with sister, Miss Frances Beck, before re 'll danger of j1W ! imuh trarchy'a reqttMt turning to make tneir home at z&is tfcs America fnis touatry. tamt im Eye, Ear, No and j; rer aatf Calvert Pise, TO holy West Main street. to treaty anouia om jihuw wr feat all the faithful aanam'a Vataat Lliie4 P1m far Steam CeBdalti. eontptuatoa tomorrow. Continue Business i! Throat Specialist, One oi tho largest and most dervnt'ona and we bbohM eater H Wall Cealatf, Drain Til., Vllrlaed BHefe, 1 lightful ot the dances Agreeable to the last wteU of hue removed bis Office from Saue of :tloni, wmr will HtlH r- FlU FrwSai, F1m Lialai, Fire IrkX HOLOCAUST OK MORTGAGE. O. S. Tabb, for Many years y took placo Tuesday in the ballroom the Storks BIkUg to the iir n piaotkal poaatbUitSV The jot the Seelbach. Crate aa lellar Tile, Fire Clay, Caimaey ToshI. 2 Tho following were head ot tlte TaW Storage third floor of tlte Norton drtttro. who !MB IBM WW BM Th morifKM(ok 113,000 on Old the chaperones: MeMames J. B. Warehowe Freight Trawler Building, Fourth mmI Jeffor OFFICE 934 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. und.'il forever will eoottaue to St. Mary's church, Baa Franciaeo, John Hood, Joeeph Green- Line, said buetaeas will be son Streets, IrfrakfrWe, Ky. 'd'jvjim, but wan will Mat la the wero burned thfe first Sunday ot this well, George nan Kim; Aliases jsntma conducted by his son, Arthur X njtyS877. Ftonee: PHONES CITY 873.1788. CUMB). MAIN SQ7, month at noon. Ttila hanttr nolo- - Mayer. Mary Boyle, Blanche Mc- TaJrt, who wilt continue the cumra hist tkT hire dot w4tK-Thlrland BraeklHrldie and MInth and ttcleut service always glrea Z fhilte sie, A anoMrt of'VwpwUff tl by his father. 04rtr4 Meyer, Bena Cahill. La-- 1 nccaasry- Oa atjgtod . fi w'tl bjf, rem Tight, Mmsm OMhcu ' tasaiatosxiaiairitf v r. . enthus-clatloI Laurel Combination Ran ges '' Feathers and Men's Wearing Ap " pareL south QUALITY AND SJRVIOJB) 2 3 6 2 or city 999994trMww&wwMww4 en-lor- $110 ANNOUNCEMENT el Span-ing- er at t Straight I u L R. A. WATSON COAL CO. 959 SOOTH NINTH STREET No Orders Folr phy-Blcl- nn uVB Future Delivery! cot. JOHN J. HESSION & SON in-.tu- al No Club Fees Added! $10.00 BUILDERS-- - m - Si 0.00 Liberty Bonds Accepted At Full Face Values. al i $5 00 Tni,sin FOR YOUR COAL SUPPLY red-blood- one-sixt- red-blood- KL1H IN PRICES. WHY PAY MORE? WE ARE RESPONSIBLE ByrneSpeedCoalCdti hi a-I- to 7-- NO RAISE '' BLUE GRASS GARAGE 835-37-39-- 41 Opon For Uuslnoss City 1040 -- ex-se- r- Puis Cleaning' and Dyeing Co. Douglas LUMBER OO, IIfcJBX O. JONJLDS & 1 - flfiflflfffl WT9 9WTW9, uruo I I f . BANNON PIPE CO. vi rlva pre-Lent- cn (n .tt Ar-hecu-st. ta-4- h - gy8tfir2' OQ i immfr.MiiMi .it .ito-- Mln77; Mtk aaawaaiasi Malla. 'a. CD fr-i- -l tb " n lit; T' ,. .f.'kl ac icKirrxTOKrx- RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of irish M.TssxmxaAvr. "At THE HERT SPECIAL COMES TO TOWN N.t to Yo as (be Newest Phew" the Kentucky Irish American are. earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our read- re by accepting only firms of known responsibility. FUNERAL FLOWERS . RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize Advertisers whose announcements they find in these coliirris. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only fjrms of known responsibility. H CANDIES A A SPECIAL SPRAY $3.00 SPECIAL WKHATII $5.00 DON'T FORGET THAT fe SODAS Gray-Y- on Allmen XNCOXFOXAT1 pso kwaMMfmmmmmj " iffrfflP MrorlflftaaaHH :zl'fl Ve telegraph Flowers Krerrwhar m JEFFERSON SWEET SHOP (Tito IIouso of Mirrors) Sanitary Milk Co. IS THE HOME GLOVES MILK OF PURE 10c Cleaned and Mended. JEFFERSON THEATER BUILDING AMERICAN E TOBACCO STORES CUT-RAT- CIGARS INCORPORATED ! "ASK YOUR GROCERS." MACARONI SPAGHETTI EGG NOODLES SWISS OL11eW?' P Hert anrfShw-riof Louisville and Kentucky's affairs. need apply. out-of-to- W. G. RORK, PruidRd. SS4a4Ss4jlsst0ttj TOBACCOS HBRBKRT JBNKtNS. WEST 3e. uA Tru BROADWAY VULCANIZING CO, PBNDBNNIS Inc. A. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. hmmMmm " Cleaners .and Dyers 617 Pourth Ave. Phone 2207 INCORPORATED Office and Workrooms Northeast Corner Seventh and Broadway Howe Phone City 2511 LouUHHe, Kentucky ; GUARANTEED VULCANIZING $ LOUISVILLE HUMfc IfcLfcHHUNt COMPANY fsSBKK-i- ' riM-- ii Hip - Aa'aAAfrAAAAAAA THS SIGN OP QUALITY 7418 fXffel'd long xiaT aivoe) INCORPORATED No Republicans take charge of home-grow- n Republicans ' HOOVER Electric Suction Sweeper IT BEATS AS IT SWEEPS AS IT CLEANS THE SUULEIt AXLE MANUPACTUK1NG INCORPORATED COMPANY Automobile, Motor Truck and Trailer Axles. GENERAL OFFICES & FACTORY Local and Loa JONES AND N STREETS Parkway 2 LOUISVILLB, KY. Stfutl JoT CONNECTIONS HIBERNIAN DIRECTORT Fin STREET RAILWAY REPORT. Tl. .an Inaiy to tho strct rail way stockholders today is as follows: s XTXS BaaaaVvramMKuEZEBai TESTBD ourrcoKT LAUNDRY CO. Uteerporated agsSamaWaatmfMm SkK53BSBBB'2J3Bm SHiDHsiH QcuSaaHH T1TTJBU ojsses ABLE - Home. VIco division; s. and third Friday. 1118-182- Ths report of ck'-'ilr- retiring President of the We Tailor Your Coat, Suit, Dress or SKirt Co. 1134 0 BEST aaWaWamaWaWalamaWaJm B Reasoh- President T. J. OXeary. President Thos. W. KUleen. Financial Secretary John Brod-orlc- Portia. k. Oross 1919. 1916. JOHN B. WATHEN '. W9.' -- W: Gross 315 Staria Baildiaig, Ttilrk Fleer revenue ..$3,537,234 10 $3,078,296 07 moving: and Operating Fourth aad Walaat PACKING expense .. 2,794,439 38 1,561,580 24 Meets eeeoaeT MjfWair- t- Heater c Ms. PhoaeClty U80 Bertran aMNIItth street SSO Soatb Tweaty-WrtfLargest Freight Transfer OrEarnings ganization in Loutsvllls wants President CMJteElltott. We MM from Shawnee 1986 PRICES THE LOWEST Vice Pros ' operation . 742,794 82 1,516.716 83 your business. vyuuucny. LONG DISTANCE HAULING 366,000 00 315,051 08 --T. J. Lam- - Less taxes . Financial Do vou know we hav from It . Ban. to 15 outside clerks located right Net carn'gs $376,794 82 $1,201,664 76 LUBOLINE UeeordlnsV I ry D. Other L. at the various depots to take cars 105,297 39 Incomo ... 182.000 51 (U Meaney. of your wants? We are ths 'Aulubrication for all motor. Comet Treasure old T. Burke. thorized and bonded transfer msn Doubles life of new cars. Improvesused Oross Sergeant- Edward Byrne. Income ... $482,092.21 $1,383,665 26 tor all railroads at Loulsvlllt. Mrs. Select Pennsylvania crude Cess interest la Its manufacture. Sentinel' ermott. on bonds STATES GASOLINE and discount on notes iLE. -639,597 00 ALL rOWEIt sold 621.760 00 iservice la all Oalformea and efficient 'Casey, daughter Miss Marr Nt seasons; dally delivery servlcs to all of Mr. I M. Casfiv. la in Incomo .. $167,504 79 $761,916 2 arts or city. 670,650 00 of scarlet family home Dividends STATES OUJ 00. on WashiasjtsaEiBSeet. Shelbyyllle. Surplus Successor to Domestic Oil Co. lairwrtsf srtAtowretl Hill SefeatiflcaHy Trwtw Tho last MMJsgss that she was Incnme ... $157,504 79 $91,265 26 atarx Sales, Pres. thought tolfilfraef danger. If depreciaDr. Uriah Z. Litsiy tion had J. O. Jacobs, See. and Trsas. Mrs. EARtyMgfemick, who has been Cbiraaedlst suffered of grip at charged L. GRAU3IAN A CO. her homejMjanfwt Shelbyvillo, is 007 the deficit for 1913 mucn Dot !" KIHP-4RAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY Incorporated Starke rAS dLAS$&y.Z'&k-3JaiBwnlllct ,. . ....I. .ilea ' 85,00 00 k jnZV??z"'xZjs0aKr BaiLUaa havo been . 85,000 09 rm ramiit inn icb cream nrF'ifs. Sealers Xa All Kinds of Offle aaa EjflcCORT. r3l" BetaPfca?ei Store Futures, Safes, Casti Steffls- $242,504 79 $6,265 26 tsrs, SLow Cases, Coantars, 1104 South Seventh Street RlfrhTrner? John J. McCort. The Shelving, Eto. 1919. IDeflcit 1919. Deficit the now Auxiliary Bishop of PERFECT FITTING Surplus 610 EST MAEf STBBST (Phone City 6574 Substantially all of the Item "Other celebrated his sixtieth birthHome Phone. City 1818 income" In tho statement is derived SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES day anniversary on Monday. Blshoc McCort was born In Philadelphia from the nqt operation of the inter-urbn- n lines. WHEN IT YOU) and was consecrated titular Bishop While gross revenue, despite the of Azolus on September 12, 1912, ntrike, showed an Increase In thrp .MOVC Designs & Estimates Furnished vears of Beta SoU slnco acting as assistant to the Arch- lars, tnpro nearly half a million dolwas an lnercai of nrnrlv BLOW bishop of his native city. Rl. 125.000 In expenss, besides an In Vaoass Vaosm crease in taxes ana interest, and n decrease in nther inchme (L.. & I. net COUN' PEALS. LET US KNOW! Mechanical Air Engineers earnings). The result, therefore, was ii uecrenin m me net income or more Manufacturers and Erectors of Telegraat eceived here the than $900,000. Local and long distance moving with DUST COLLECTING SYSTEM motor vans. Furniture, packing and first of t ijblrrawflfikjn from Secretary Strike Cost $327,000 Vet. ot Pipe We Make a Specialty shipping. AH work guaranteed. Es- Dlarmeld IMbbbbbbbbbb!bbbbI9 d tho National It Is difficult t i;lve in exact figtimates cheerfully furnished free of Council o: Work for ds of Irish Free- - ures what tho strike cost the com '.imrnm charge. Oculists' Prescriptions. pany, un me one nana its revenue? dom urgl UlliatlTlii eetlngs be held were & VENTILATING HEATING A. ABEOLS & BOSS diminished: on tho ovorywherl Liberty week, to J'le, expenses of operation other had SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY 644 EAST JEFFERSON ST. were lea?, AUCTIOW & STOEAOE 00. demand h covenant of the what would have been the revenuer LOUISVILLE, KY. (Incorporated) hoi OrOOKPOSATSS to (f thoro only hen no sMkn mutt of L,eague cnt be submitted be an estimate. That 433 West Main Street a vote o tmMmru :an people. This course, Fourth and Chestnut. the expenses were less comes fr-essary, the tele- - tho fnct thnt during a part of the action Mmo few cars were onerated, and n"t gram sa; America. NATIONAL HATTERS for a number of weckn were, normn.1 Phono Highlnnd 21 M. "nerntlons resumed. But this SEUV rJUaaf aWffiT. ANTHONY'S. Is at best , an estimate. The best 325 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Judgment, TOBACCONIST that we WHOLESALE aHalsBlPat St. Anthony's It that th however, orst aboutcan make $327 000 strike Dltrln nt. woi'M nro been, DYERS AND CLEANERS then evenings at 7:30 there. Iif w. bave right in this changchurch after the he naaaBlI!)e in English, and ing tho $85,000 of depreciation, and 099 Wsc Mala Street CALL FOR AND DELIVER nlng3 a sermon in eftr paviner operating expenp"?. Inon W WaBBBBBBlBBU terest and tares. $84,495.21. Inrtlrntl"g Home Phone. City 11131 Oermi n. taMBBBai3nBi1 ellvored. On Louisville, Ky. a shortage of earnings 1025 Bards town Road day e of tho preferred dividend by thereauired for amount of In Gorman, and on 090 604.79. cross Homo Phone tJGGO Both Phones 2400 Tho from lines Sunday the stations of the the 1stIncomoJanuary, tho city up to slflc & JR. K U T L I N G E R 1920, of and CO. Roofer In English. cross t 1.." including the 16th dy of Februnry Tin, Tile D. D. S. Louis A. n lns on fa cltv lines In grTP Adolpk Reutliuger rf $S 667.80. Purlng th" ratio tS PLORTOA. tho loss In gro"n on the Interurha-- ' Itoof Painting a Specialty 'aaaWsaaaH lines has been $6 tCnmmrison TORNADO, LIABDLITY AND plo arriving In Flor- - !s mado with spmo 847.34. of 1919.) perldd PLATE GLASS Sln" 1916 the cnmnenaMnn paid iiiu insiiiiaas included Fount Kro- 900-90- 1 ha Incrrased 87V4 per STARKS BU1LDINU. mor.-- i ,ikaTfrnR lendlncr a few weeks to emn'nys 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET cent, and taxes 16 3 per cent. n.m, 'Kta-- aiPniinr Krumcr. Jr.. nt. Dividends Weeded. Orlando. "T.wuHam Delanoy Is enThat coras and bodily ese vela, comThe last dividend paid nn joying outdoor life for a part of tho mon stnek was OUR PERFECT VISION GLASSES Plenty-COAL-Pl- enty compatible is the rnoit tn'le of tra Ju'v 1r r.eason at Haines City, and Mrs. H, ilivldeml nald on tho l, 1918: the stock erred iim Tf.it of the two boddr tut i Glover Is spending a part of the sea- ws October 1. 1918. The prefe-re- d B ner cent, cumulative, n"d on the roost to be devlred, hkrvrlte needs kTradewater Lump $5.75 son at Wulfert. Mrs. J. D. Ouer-back- tstock Is JQ90. thero will bo an accumuii do proTing. Therrforr, elimlaate the Is cent. Tradewater Nut $5.75 Petersburg.among tho visitors at St. lation lof 7U Derncpspprv to nay a 8 coin. Test 70U can do it by using The rmMiPt per cent, dividend on 3 60000 of Jellico Lump rl $7.00 Th" amount stock 1s $176,000. LENT OBSERVED HERE. Virginia Lump $7.00 necessary to nnv a fi per cent, diviJi&m Straight Creek Lump $7.00 Ash Wednesday, the beginning of dendi99on $8,323,600 of common stock Is 416. considerable) Theo tho Lenten season, was observed In nmnimt Is undoubtedly afor defe-- od Per Ton of 2,000 Pounds spnt to the local Catholic churches with Im- malntpnanee. bIn ordr to my a diviDelivered Anywhere Trading pressive and solemn services that dend on the preferred stock of 5 per Stamps Free. wore largely attended both morning pent, nnd n tb" pnfnnr'n nt"ck pf 6 per rent., Headaches, Weak Eyee, fat It earnand evening. From now until Eas- necessary It Is obvious the grosswll' "o nerdt onlf s itnjle trial to demon. IzzlaeBS, Distorted Vision, etc., and COAL CO. ter Sunday, April 4, thero 'will be ings by at to Increase cent. least 20 per (Hale Hie (ad 10 tlie mutt ikrti(l. stake Reading, Sewing or Close lden To wat of tho Lenten services during tho week In ... -- give some pnhlleof nnlpl'-- ha b"'n Ty 11 ami you ill I timvinscJ, be tfWork a pleasure. on overy Catholic church, in many ot Twelfth and Wilson y cauvcldc nun will Le (jflnc pxnense of th comOptometrist will City 24UO Our Graduate Don' I think that btcaute viflnut ot pasthero will may bo stated that th South 273 whichand sermons be exchange priests. pany, It viihstnntlniiv thA market foli.w-l- r examinasake a careful scientific "Coin CBit' hav mt lumeded, by visiting price tors company CORNCASB will (ail vou al.. . II all the spcurltte tion ot your eyes and guarantees It is to be exnected that every Cath- int of January 1, 1917, of th January 1, and It ot you gr t ytn monry baik. Correct and Comfortable Glasses. olic will receive holy communion to- 1929: ni uUKE'n uf man. j icnu. morrow and also attend the Lenten Our Club Plan enables you to 1917. 1920. CLARK JOHNSON MEDICINE CO., respective Common stnpk. Louisville devotions In the best glasses on a small casn their Railway Company 25 96 nt deposit and pay tho balance in churches. NewVerlu prpfoTprt st"Pk. Louisville weekly payments. BO 101 Company 'Itnllav Morterae-CATHOLIC SOCIETIES. Plrt per cent) Donds NO COLLECTORS NO RED TAPE (6 83 In 'solving our educational prob- Second Mortgage Bonds .....103 lems and In widening the scope ot 92 61 Humphrey, Geo. W. Norton, John M. MA ner cent.) Athe.rton, T. J. MInary. Oscar Kenlev, KING OPTICAL COMPANY our charities, says the pastoral let- Consolidated Mortgage ea HT. H R1u.1l Tnhn W. Tturr. Jr.. J. T. onas 9V ter of tho Catholic hierarchy, wo Stltcs. (btewart, John triflkn tK'rten the Dres- Slsetioa of Bo&rd.' u'lll lopk with confidence to our Catholic Eyesight Specialists It tins been determined. that It In to'ent lawful Bumber. When the formal Inorganizations. They given been nt 'the ptockhfildcm the increase tne 'LisefPirLLi 1134 West Markaft Street, numerable proofs of their zeal by the Interest of tMrcctorif shnil be that steps have fifteentaken Isto expected that to In It. Jloard THE PILL THAT Wilt' defending tho rights pf the church, creased, from thirteen to fifteen. As number W, Ootts will bo elected; the Mr. L. Jfrnxt Danr In Znll'a 81me Stare. by protecting young men and women this win reauiro an nmenament to other place to De xjiica uy me person Henri f whom the board will designate as will Against moral dangers, and by unit- .the charter, It man not be possible president. ipci more ininet-ei me ing their efforts for the promotion 10 meetintr today. There are now In tho present board only eleven directors. SPKINGFIELD. They work like a charm. pf worthy causes. They will now. The present charter fixes thirteen as In the earn Catholic spirit, put tho full number, but heretoforo only Every, box sold to satisfy Miss Imelda Blandford and Josforth their energies Jn spreading twelve have been elected. Of this KHjnd Ideas ot social and Industrial twolve. tn has resigned. leaving-- , a? eph D: Logsdon. both popular resior your money refunded. bove, , eleven. Of this lven dents ot Springfield, were married are urgently stated rouiwin-reform. For, that "r vis: Msrs, hw not only for tM guidance of r.lttell. Btiyim. ana Hurwrnw; y, wicks, at St. Dominic's church at hlah retire, Per Sale by Your .Drugfflst imilirrHt, hat also for the- TtoettooUUni wilt stwetlea wk to Sol- - ma,m, the eereinony being performed ' NORTON BUILDING TeommmA thj bMrd. tha mad earrwetlam of taadanths hv tha Rev. P. T. Heaneatey. An. jMwksayaa. iii 38-s-st ao nsMN Uhoraie muaieal programme was fias vsws am iwi H. KF, H. sV.Owr Fourth aod Jiffwiiw gaderklU BU fcee. Dearborn Manager fexoes OR. JOHN P. BECKER OPTROMETRIST, 9iiimS)l' John Treasuroraal5SauEhQrty. Recording SorKoant-at-ApB4art- ln rJim Mar- - vIHb Railway Company: Herewith If U; ne uui.uui report of your company for the year ending Decembei .1, 191. You are familiar with tho facts In regrard to the strike which occurred 1919. ' ' Uouls- - Tftfel Cityg8s Electric 23WEST JEFFERSON Main PLEASING INDIVID DALIT Y MEGLEMRY-WAR- D COMPANY INCORPORATED " he late summer and early fall of nan. Sentinel TJaaspfone. ? We give below the Income account for two years 1916. the .year before Hhee- - the. war, and 1919, last year. This is nhown in parallel columns: fukniturk Movlmg, Trojickiog aod Storage Phones T. H. C03 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUaT. 3245, Main or City. OOJtPANT TANN DAIRY ARTHUR A. WILL BUTLDBB Zaeer9raU. 0O.010 SOOTH VTEJfZEL ST. Both Phones 4368 JOHN B. O'LEAltr CO. iteaaquartera for Hoe 4S1 MONTGOMERY STRHtT ytnc Phoae Shawnee 1010 crnr and farm estate. - fce 't trt4tx. andfij cZ s We sell, buy and rent. 504 W. JEFFERSON 8T. Borne Phone City 4464. PROPERri' Sse us about any thin la real WM. P. BANNOti OONTRACTINO PLA3TBRS& Brook and Bloon City 8189 cuab. 9. es 1B8-- J ffJHtho CORNS.BUNIONS fsfs ftji4l9ttack SEE POOLEY FOR HONEY. Loans to those having regular or salary, with no publicity or red tape. Loans to housekeepers n their personal security. F. R. POOLEY, Room 1, Courier-JournBulldlag, 415 S. Fourth Street. al THEEI WsaaM saaaaal Mfasa ssi Vfmaaw aaf H aaf IbV.bV' "" Al-too- LIBERTY PIPE WORKS I own yfpii Some Phone Snaiwaee 80S HENRY OOSS 'All Ready for Your Griddle la the Roofing, Guttering, Morning" Tla Roofs Repaired ftndpSitrt HAMS, LARD. SAUSAGE Asphalt Shingles Specialty LOUISVILLB PROVISION CO. 3011 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky, Incorporated SLICED BACON "SOUTHERN STAB" SOFT DRINKS laoorporaua. HIOHEST CASH PRICES PAID A. Lazar, Manager Call Home Phone City 721; Moaey Advanced on Your Plaia 312 West Jefferson Street Cumb. Phone Main 721. (Second Floor) LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. Home Phone City 2967. IIAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES All Kinds DEAD ANIMALS GLOBE SECURITY & LOAN CO. jr$a feims 1 J. BUCKNER INCORPORATED Whole Family Established 1820 -- - Louisville, Ky. Two HAMBLY'S Stores OFFICE OUTFITTERS 30th and Portland. Shaw. 1716 18th and Magazine City 7164 STATIONERS PBINTgRa ot Footwear For the JNO. P. MORTON & CO E. IT. WELSH and Slate CHRISTMAS BANKING --IICLUB START ONE THIS MONTH WITH PSOraS 7SOVXDEKT AMOZASZ0 Incorporated Was orgaaissa by Wtiuun VHtsses 8a raraltars and Otasr ITsrssssi Propsrty M ZOWSBT COLEMAN BUILJITMfl COR. THIItD AND JBrTBRSON Frl-statlo- ns THE South Louisville Bank . SATi Broring, BBBVaBBBBBBB- Fourth nnd Cratral Aveaae, CALL US FOR 8. & "'" tllP5, FIRE INSURANCE n' DENTIST Slvs jowx boys aa Oil and Grease FOR ALL PURPOSES Kentucky Consumers Oil Company liOuisTillo -- mirmxv adaeitfoa nw isr Ufa, taat win STT XAVIER'S 1U f pf or . n-- .. .. Kentucky .asslcal. Bcfeauao and Jourses. Preparatory swlmmng Pool, Well Dtpartsasat, Lorm Equipped Oyseaa-tluTerms moderated W. Sreadway, SaaUvUIe, Xy. Condunted tae Xavsrlaa Broths, colleoe TTte. m. or. HaaJasalB. prp-rerrr- Wet Home Bowling Alleys SLXTII AND WALNUT. NOW OPEN, ready for tlto pnbllo Z llliiAt, 4,A t FRANKEL bowliag. Prlvato parties, clubs, etc. Best of scrvico furnislicd. Come in and see us, !TARPY'Sf Lady Dash 10c Little A. J. 5(f WIESMAN & COBLE, Phono City 5060. e ob-to- tn con-anie- afeC!,7 scmmxiWJr m henry TRY c Best Livestock Market South of the Ohio liver Xstssltsxsa isee I Best Cigars Iadc W Buy, Sell' A" Quote All IaV" ....,...... ,.. BOURBON STOCK YARD COMPANY Incorporated . eee(,i J J- . AS BXKOX, sasnl Xaaagsr KY. Johnsoa and Main Streets. LOUISVILLE, LIBERTY BONDS In Any Or An'ount" mmmmimmmm i; I FRED ERHART ARCHITECT Dn'm,ntten Watch Crystals Fitted Me Wateh and Jewelry Repairing ' , b G Th. Jtadiu 408 Jewelry Shop Bddf or fBenr uv Af1- irrs usn H I V?-.- p.. c. " ThBfa BttMurw, CTmuvmu V rendered. SOUTH FOURTH AVB. Meat to Res; Theater Open Breittapi rata 0 P. M. mMw&co : : i' J a .it ' & fy o aa n it MlHHt Mai. iM cr xi M : : i Ji, j.i' EKcai r rriiT.mti afc jmimi'BA-j- ,fMAsidjtmikllisakiiiii "'i ml.. U u KKKTUCKl? XTX3Bl -- AJMCBJKLtOJc. tmiHTftTHlTJUFffttHHfttiffWHWtlMntlttl if j bacon .: Tho outstanding ! ! M4tf$"$ SONS I?sT1?Mt1j r How & Herman Straus wcapaAreo w roufjTM AVBNue m I MM sons ' market Mil J I I i X stmct &i I We Qlve and Redeem Surety Coupons. DO YOU KNOW ABOITI OUR To Judge EY into a YOU PUT YOU Mm3 Stock or Bond it will pay consider tea 'MslauaS send you on points given in literature which TEFORE We Giv and Redeem Oetd Trading Stamps. reaueit. WHY NOT BUY WHEN YOU CAN SAVE? THE BIG Household Club Plan? A Convenient and Dignified Method of Purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred Payments, features of this method are Its cohvcbIcbco 1b making purchases vrithoHt any considerable outlay of cash. Tho advantago of buying oa tho Club Plan during our various sales AT ALE PRICES. Whatever is tho price of tho goods to a cash or a chargo customer, that is also tho price to a Household .Club Plan customer. There is positively bo advance. There aro no "confidential arrangements." It is conducted upon an open basis with a fixed chedulo of rates. Tho first payments and tho monthly payments aro tho same to all. Investment H 'sBHapl SbLEbF great THIS LITERATURE will' tell dealt about the Louisville .Gat and Ele 13kPl& pany and why its 7 Per Cent. Preferred' I'SfcerVwwt is a most UNDERWEAR SALE FOR MEN CUTS HIGH COST. 83.00 Union Salts S2.80. Splendid quality ot heavy ribbed cotton; comes in cream or white, sizes 36 to 46; 3.00 quality; Monday, special suit. .82.89 94.00 Wool Mixed Union Suits S&89. Bristol mako; heavy pray, wool mixed; these garments are known for their softness and comfort; Btzes 34 to 46; 14.00 quality; Monday special. . .f&89 81.50 Cotton Rib Shirts and Drawers 81 .25. Heavy cotton ribbed; ecru or white; splendid make; sizes up to 46; best 11.50 quality; Monday special 81.25 Shirts and 84.00 Drawers 83.30. Famous Glastonbury make; flno Australian lamb wool; non- chrlnkable; sizes up to 50.. 83.80 All-Wool attractive investment. SB7jQkj N S of the THERE ARE MANY PHOT modern efficient properties back of t CMiKkj1liMlVtment. . . I THE COMPANY'. 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If You Are Main 3359 And Need a Position arl Worker City 3359 -- lightest; Where the meal to cooked best; Where the range staads the work the test 75c Extra Small Shelltex Rims We fill your oculist's prescription or duplicate your old lenses. No charge for examination. tWsWVIsw SACRED HEART ACADEMY, Tie Ursullae Saar&Uff ana Say staked Por BizlM aaS Towig Whm. H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors CALL US tho where That's "Quick Meal" eoiaes done; Where cooking real ibb; s- Where baJdag give Ught; Where drudge la mc at sight Sbs wbec That's "Quick Bfeal" to. 'Where work Is Womtn's Activities. National (507 Qnlsk UmI Gb Baaisa Said, laetalled and Qlihly Reiaeaa!4 Catholic War Council Soath Finitrth St. sWePe1sWVWsjw CSSSOSHT JtXbX, ZtODZSVXZAS, XT. High Moral and Intellectual Standards. Catalogue Sent Free. Address: Secretary, Sacred Xeart Ae4&y, 3115 oaerokee Drive, LOUISVILLE) KENTUCKY WHAT AVE GEHER & SON, ..JPTJJSHBJ&.JT, tilt. 215 W. MARKET ST. and Embalmcrs. Tclophono 1022 East Side FonrtygMw Broadway. Kwiiiiwiiiiit bureau. At. CAMimMlWTERT. OrSJZmtiiJim V OOO BJ. BROADWAY j NEED. ummeeosEB, another twu? In n letter frosaAc'Harris, Ad jutant uenerai oxsmuBKea ttaies of Irish THOMAS KEEN AN 1529 WEST MARKET STREET LouiirWm.fy KE-- ! ,TSTHESUHr2 iETffl W wwi Hi kWVSv . tf,V fl .& WS&S r. ive - Powder and Magic Plakei waanms easy. iillmlnatea wtiiiiB, wniieua ciomes. ror an fabrics rrom the coarsest to the finest. At all grocers and department stores. Do not accept substitutes. Use 0Magic-- 0 Hand It cuts oil and Cleaner. grease. Harmless to hands. SCA.8I0 SOAP Oxygen '" FSOD0OTSJ CO. LOUISVILLE. KBNTUCKT ran 1813 ANDERSON LUMBER ash Broadway and 12th St L . ALL ftfff "ff LUMBER UNDER ROOF HARVfY-JELLIC- O (iMOOKrofuraD) n COAL CO. Ltp pr At Cl ami tkt Strvke. production or allow It t6 multiply shops, succumbed to flu and pneumonia on Monday at his homo, 608 would not Ho tho part ot wisdom. Rawlings street. His funeral took place "Wednesday morning. Surviving rSWAY'DURINa IjENT. aro two brothers, George and Theoand two sisters, Mrs. ot the Passlonlst fathers ot dore Meinors, and Mrs. John Bfaun. Four Heart Retreat will be en- Edward Voil thoSacred gaged In the mission fields of Iowa, Edward Qulgloy, for many years Wisconsin. Ohio and Louisiana dur ing tho whole ot Lent. As a result, a resident of this city and a respect St. Patrick's church, there will be no Lonten discourses de ed member ot Monday afternoon at Uvered by the fathers in the city as passed away in aula tho family homo. 1839 Balrd street, rni,o Mary quigiey, wife, at Lenten services conducted by the Besides histwo daughters and three PaaainnJctB will have to visit the he leaves The funeral was held from bsTii nn tti NowhurarlsonB. ..(. St. Patrick's church Wednesday road every Sunday afternoon. I ai-i- Besides her par- if ia nnf tii nniw avIi. wtint dovout onts she is survived by three broth we havo chiefly to fear is educated Intelligence devoid of moral princi ers and two sisters. ple' tho man who uses bis KnowlJoseph Meinors, aged twenty-seve- n edge to abuse his freedom. This la and a molder In tho L. & N, tho dangerous type. To continue Its n., Touching upon our present situation and needs, tho Catholic hierarchy point to tho fact that though tho war is ended, our country is not ret restored to its nortnal condition. On evory sldo there is unrest and agitation. The conflict ot class with class makes progress impossible. It threatens to undo tho splendid things which tho union ot all our peoplo accomplished. It is importing Into our country tho very evils which brought disaster on Europe. (f America Is to bo preserved, for Its own sako and for the sake ot humanity, a remedy must bo found for our present situation. This is not a time for makeshifts. The facts are bofore us, plainly and roughly. They can not bo set asldo with moro expedients or formalities that smooth tho surface of things, but leave tho virus beneath. Rightly Or Wrongly, me movements WniCU aro shaking tho foundation of order come out of men's souls. They em body a demand for right. They may bo stayed for a tlmo or diverted; but if, in keeping with American principles, order Is to rest on tho willingness of tho people and their free their souls must bo reached. They must bo trained to think rightly and to do as they Let us not deceive ourselves this matter. Ijraoranco is an evil; as such it must bo removed. NECKTIES 10c Cleaned and Pressed. ot Information, stateiiMftts reflect- In? upon tho loyUrf4' patriotism City ot Americans ot-"blood who served in the UniW4sjHr,, in the FreedosiMMAl Bureau DIRECTOR.. Hate Slft-T. Ijn SWISS Cleaners and Dyers 617 Fourth Ave. Phone 2207 ha hl1 nvorv mnrnlni nnil nvonlntr. Prora horo Fathor Isidore will go to Chicago, whero ho will conduct a two week's mission in Our Lady of Victory church. RECENT DEATHS. Tho funeral of Miss Maymo Schoo, beloved daughter and Mrs. "Mr. , hold Thursday morning S?' from th0 Pcontago of desert-I- n Bt..ers by nativity, are entitled to no statements purport accurate M by figures ot Civil . tions C noon tho racial croups, wmc !t Adju- soldiers of Irish tant General wrote . 'Tho wholo nura lers of any given nativity bjirBorvico during tho uivll Wir?X Mknown, and not oven an apfjfMfnaaely correct statement of eltlwr 'tMsumbor or tho percentage otKeesirtlqns of any given nativity can;; be 'touted upon such data as aro available. When It Is understood that tho War Department is tho sole custodian of tho records of tho armies in service during tho Civil War, and that tho department has never made a statement or estimate of tho number of deserters ot any particular nativity during that war, It will bo realized that any statements that may havo been published, purporting to show Civil "War, whickrtiii!ft.bfg given wide distribution .i'(jifl'rU of tho United States, kf ftecU Tho Wl Funeral;! Director and Embaimer 717-71- ria.Ti 9 wtvvvivivvvivyvvvvj HOMEFIIONBSS CUMBERLAND Jl m7 I B. CHESTNUT LOUISVITjI, KS. ! I " -- I "e lw"TLJlJX-- RADDCTT'C W FUNERAL DIRECTORS I si !" MAIN 3971-- y CrUVTe i 14? f 823 Bast 4"M-m-M"H- AND EMBALMERS. JMZ tPeaGte aln WVWVWWlVl4 It t?l'.llC i credence whatever.' Tho falso figures aro being circulated in printed leaflets, issued anonymously, and which appeared almost simultaneously in such widely separated points as Worcester, Mass., Chicago and Denver. UNITY VS. MACKIN. DOUGHERTY & McELLIOlTi 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Funeral Directors 20DS-- a and Embaimersi: ; I I". Thursday evening that promises to Cusab. Main be a thriller, as it brings together tho star Unity team of New Albany, M which has been beating all comers, and Mackin Council's basketball team, which also has been making a .l reputation for itself. The nary camo will be between the Mackin Seconds team and the Lucky I Strikes. prellmi-i.n.n.nrn- A basketball game will bo staged at Mackin Council club house next BOTH Xt?X02VE;. Hom. City M98 '. Wtm mfHHHHHMHHHMIHlHHII HI4 l8fSSjOaHS)S)SS)SSJS)SS)SS)0SJesS)eet i GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. I DEFEAT FOR MANUAL, ! I Tfct Company With Bte Jo Ps 'V,! Coal fWM Bfuttera KatHky. !. lMms ton tti ywrd. gsrtn WirrMfc J.K irxto lsKted kt ytrtxwh tmd MagwolU, TCtm mt FtrH m'A Btlt Phenei aftlM? Yemit. The Manual Hlch School and St. Jacob Flnck. a well known valabfTXavler ColIoKe basketball teams A Lenten mission, conducted by er and aged member of St. Martin s staged an exciting and night, the Green the Rev. Father Isidore, an able and church, died Monday night at nw, contest Tuesdaywinning by a 25 to eloquent PaMlentot missionary, was home. 728 South Bancroft street. and Gold boys fall opened on Asb "Wednesday .at Bt. (.Surviving him are his widow, Mrs. 16 count. The Saints did not secjacuu Augustine's church. Thirteenth and jElitts&eta jtibck; iwo sons, daugh- into their usual stride until thV ond half, when Crawford plungjp in win continue until and John Finek, and three . Broadway, ana February n 21. Rev. ters, Mrs. Lawrence Dlehlmann. Mrs. and broke up Manual's famous Sunday night. defense. Both teams played Martin Freakenherger is the pastor John Xttha and Sister Mary Bertha, uM expeets that maeh sood will re- ot the Ursvtltne order. Funeral ser- with "pep," and defeat fallfor At the aw V wiiiHWH m9mleiAft KaI from the nlarioa. tWrvleee wttf vices were held Thereday 'morning. PvlmaAM eaiyttesw wh viiw t LENTEN MItttSlON. hard-fought juuiuuiffi. W ! I Funeral Director - and 81. Embaimer ; BOTH PHONES five-ma- SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE ST5. mit iisjttttininitjft'n,tnnNi