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IfMwiimMfll fHONt: Kvery Drlfrtfn Etfort IwlHlUe iMtctf Traetfw to 1800 incorporates' Ht W MM t VOLUME XLIV.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1920. ranged by tho Hort-Soarc- y machine Wood Axton, Marshall Bullitt, Shor-if- f Wlllson, E. H. Ross, Hllpp, M. R. Ynrberrv and others of our homo Republicans will bo f active in trying to combat Hort from Indiana, segner rrom cnicago and i tho colored brothor Simmons from way down In. Mississippi. This week has been a busy week for tho y Dismachine crowd. trict detectives, city employes and machine followers have been out ex-Go- v. Hort-Searc- PRICE FIVE CENTS.. N. C W. C. i K. OF C s IM1TlirrWT IT llfc' SBBBSWXiOK.I BnjBA&eBBBBBBBVBBBsm-4- .?3W BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBMfc.X. 9MK! Gathering tho Story of Catholic Amerlran Activity In tho Great Conflict. Overseas Commissioner Murray De clarcs Tilings in Europe-Sixes and Sevens. $ ' Iu;ortaBt to Make a Complete Ccn bus of Cotliollcs In tho Service, Call for Records Bearing Upon Participation in Manifold Activities of tho War. WORK. IS.. STILL INCOMPLETE. : tho great purposes which dominated EDWARD our Republic at these epochs. All along tho milestones of American Member of tho American Peace Mis history from tho days otJLoxIngton ened condition on account of rccont down to the magnificent display of down tho steep gangway to tbo pier. " heroism at Chateau Thierry, American Catholics have been foremost in committees aro: Hall, S. J. McEl- their sacrifice for tho Ideals of this Uott, M. J. McDermott; entertaingreat land. It Is somowhat dis- ment, Rev. Patrick Walsh. Mrs. heartening to bo obliged to confess Fred Harlg, R. E. Hcsslon, John J. that we have so little on record to Barry; door and ushers, T. J. Lan-gadescribe to our children of today John F. Burke, Thomas Lynch. their forefathers' gallantry ana nero-la- Tho committees will meet again ' Monday evening when tho proWhen the United States entered gramme will bo announced. April, 1017, tho tho Great War in leadors of our churcl saw tho neSPLENDID REPORTS. cessity of creating a committee for Its purposo which would havo Tho cnmpnlgn for tho Now Visitho gathering into ono archival cen-t- tation Homo which began in our which would go all tho material to mako up a history of Catholic city several weeks ago Is being American activity during tho war. brought to a successful conclusion For that purposo was created tho by Chairman Geher and his corps Committee on Historical Records of of workers. Tho subscriptions that the National Cutholic War Council. havo been turned In to tho headTho Chairman of this committee Is quarters and listed total Just over tho Right Rev. Monslgnor Henry T. $100,000. Whilo tho committee Drumgoolo, rector of tho Seminary feels that thero aro a great many of St. Charles Borromeo. Philadel- subscriptions not yet turned in, they phia, and a former President of tho only mako a report of what they American Catholic, Historical Society actually havo a record of at this of Philadelphia. Tho Secretary of tlmo. When tho final count of tho tho committee Is tho Rev. Dr. Peter number of Individual subscriptions professor of signed tor this campaign is mado Gullday, assistant church nlstory at the Catholic Uni- tho indications are thero will ho versity of America and editor of tho moro than $120,000. Tho Catholic Historical Review. Tho Asrivalry which sprang up sistant Secretary is Francis J. among several of the large parishes Roonoy, A. M., ne of the first fel- of our city, causing each to strlvo lows of tho Knights of Columbus or the jglory of holding first plnco Catholic. University Endowment and, atthe finish of the s formerly associated with tho Catho- that tho coveted honor is still withUnder tho in tho grasp of St. Louis Bertrnnd, Review. lic Historical leadership of theso scholars tho St. Boniface or St. James parishes. Committee on Historical Records has The commltteo feels very much enendeavored during tho past two couraged and appeals to all who years to gather together and to tab- havo not given a subscription, havulate in a useful form all possible ing perhaps been overlooked by the Information relative to tho work of committees, to kindly send It in. American Catholics In tho war. Tho Also the parishes outsldo of tho most Important part of tho com- city will bo appealed to and aro exmittee's work Is to mako a com- pected to swell tho amount considplete census of Catholics in tho ser- erably, The records of tho headvice of tho United States. Through quarters of tho campaign show tho tho pastors of tho different parishes par'shes as having been credited throughout tho country tho commit- with tho following amounts up to tee has been collecting servlco lists dato: of Catholics, but this work is still St. Louis Bortrand. $10,135.41. incomplete. It will remain IncomSt. Bonlfaco. $9,552.67. plete until nil Catholics become St. James. $9,441.75. alive to the necessity of handing St. Mary Magdalene, $0,376.48. down to posterity tho names of the St. Vincent do Paul. $4,562.60. Catholic heroes of tho United States St. Charles, $4,111.25. during the Great War. Holy Cross, $4,063.10. Tho second part of tho commitCathedral. $3.723. 60 tee's work is to collect letters, St. Peter's, $3,550.82. diaries, photographs and all such St. John's, $2,918.72. kindred material, from which to St. Francis of Asslsst, $2,865.05. gather a story of Catholic American Church of Our Lady, $2,775.30, activity of tho Great War. NumerSt. Patrick's, $2,489.10. ous documents of this naturo are alSt. Brigld's. $2,282.75. ready on file, but these represent Sacred Heart, $2,001.50. only a vory small proportion of the St. Mary's of the You can assist Conception, $1,984.00. Immaculate material available. by sending us letters, photographs, Church of tho Holy Name, diaries, speeches, records of agencies. In with St. Joseph, $1,635.20. fact ovory bit of writing which bears St. Frances of Rome. $1,618.30. participation In tho manon Catholic St. Alovslus. $1,572.00. ifold activities of tho war. St. William's, $1,500.00. Tho final part of tho committee's St. Agnes. $1,494.00. work Is to combine all this material Holy Trinity, Louisville, $1,-4into the History of Catholic Ameri95. can Activity during tho Great War. Holy Trinity, St. Matthews, The outline of this history has already been published, and it Includes St. George, $1,269.25. a complete record of our Catholic St. Cecelia. $1,234.05. activity, from an Introductory chapSt. Anthonv, $1,029.75. ter on Catholics in past American St. Philip Norl's. $903.87. wars, through tho period of neutralSt. Leo's. $586.50. ity, of training, of tho work In tho St. Jofforsontown, field and behind the lines at home, $671.50. Edward's, taking up the various phases of mll- St. Joseph. Bardstnwn, $500.00. itary and civilian activity, nnd conSt. Elizabeth, $499.90. cluding with chapters on Catholics St. Columbia. $472.35. at tho close of the war and the St. Helen's. Shlvely. $371.30. of tho war on Catholic life in St. Michael's.. $300.50. l n, . or Tho more you study tho history of our former wars tho moro astonished you will bo to find bow llttlo has been written regarding tho cooperation of American Catholics with M. HOUSE, sion, arriving homo in greatly his physician assisting him weak-illnes- s, NEAR MAYOR Sidesteps tho Meeting- of the testers Agninst tho Phono - Pro- Gouge. " His Statement Proves Hint Ho Is Unfamiliar With Homo Company Affairs. good-natur- ed -- drive,--show- 7. non-Cathol- ic 77 21,-271.- of-fe- 1) patrlotlo the same Total, $99,170.24. manner in which they Government during tho with the BUYS FIRST IRISH, BOND. "war. Shall it bo said of this generation, as we can say of those of the The first bond of tho Irish Repast, that wo havo not used every means to hand down to posterity tho public sold In Now Albany was purrecords of American activity during chased Monday by tho Ladles' Auxthe Great War? iliary of tho Ancient Order of Tho denomination was ST. PATRICK'S DAY. $50. Tho auxiliary owns two $50 ' . A Joint meeting of tho St. United States Liberty Loan bonds. nurchaBed at Patrick's day celebration commit- Tho Irish bond was E. Deery. Insolicitation of James HI- tees from the Ancient Order of dianapolis, Natinonal Prps'dent of bernlans and tho Friends of Irish tho Ancient Order of HJbornran3. Freedom was hold Monday ovenlng who Is Chairman of tho Irish bond 4n Bertrand Hnll. with General drlvo In Indiana. A communication , Chairman Thomas Walsh presiding, from Judge Deery was- received ask- wad reports vrerq herd from tho dif- in? that the auxlllnry buy a $50 ferent committees In charge of the Irish bond by Miss Katherlno Cody. celebration. It Ib planned to havo New. Albany. County President of .Jeremiah. Boland, Secretary to Pres- tho Ladles' Auxiliary. A. O, H., and ident' De Valera. deliver a lecture after, the purchase had been sanc1bo to arrange a. musical tioned by the auxiliary Miss1 Cody headauarterg In nf TrlaTi mnsln lit fnnnfe- - forwarded ......... - ... mvm tton with the lectHre. Bert,rand Tadtaanellg an application for mih- mH"tIon for a $80 bond aemnn- Hull has been secured for the ied.fey a rewritten tor the, aaeenat which tana be held a mmbm, Mas.. 17. The whole-souled, - America. Tho successful completion of this work of tbp Committee on Historical Records can bo assured only it American Catholics will now in the collection of material In St. Paul's. $246.75. St. Martin's. $241.25. St. Denis. 8145.00. St. Ann's, 85.00. Visitation Home. $3,947.45. Oonornl Commltteo, $1,708.05. 'ad pro-'-'-.--- ... -- . cele-brtfl- on e? Wd-peef- tho Knights of CoJumbus fourth degree was bestowed upon a Results. clas3 of 110 members. Tho degree was In charge of Faithful Navigator Joseph M. Zehnor, and this city, KEYSTONERS STAGE COMEDY. Bardstown, Bowling Green, Lobanon ALL SCHOOLS TO HAVE THEM. and Paducah woro well represented. Following tho Initiation ceromonles a Washington's birthday banquot Georgo Wolssingor Smith fully was glvon at tho Loulsvlllo Old Inn, o demonstrated in the, Home ,. Ilistory, geography and naturo when addresses wero mado by Gov. Edward J, McDormott, ordfnanco proceedings this aiuuy aro ceasing 10 oo mo week that ho Justly deserves the Rev. Charles P. G. E. thoy onco woro for 7,000 Weinman, of Now Raffo andThomas title of near Mayor. As tho father Albany. schoolboys and girls of Loulsvlllo D. Cllnos was the toastmaster and nnd chief booster of tho "gouge" through tho introduction of motion was happy in his Introductions. "If ordlnahco It was his duty first of picture and stereopticon classes in thoro over was a time," Gov. Mcall to bo present at tho meeting of tho city's parochial schools. Fifteen Dormott declared, "when wo were tho Board of Aldermen Tuesday parochial schools already have tho In so much danger of losing, evening and answer tho questions machines In operation, and "tpach-In- g through foolish enthusiasm and folo and meet the arguments of tho with tho pictures" forms a regu- lowing erroneous doctrines, all that whom a real Mayor Is supposed lar part of their Instruction. As tho wo havo gained In our wars for to represent. Smith never gave any novel system has proved a success freedom and gained through men excuse for his absence although he and has approval of tho diocesan like Washington, now 13 tho time. knew In advance that tho Jefferson educational authorities, it soon will Bolshovlsm today Is born of the County Medical Society, the Public bo installed In all the other Catholic French successes In tho old French Borvlco League, tho Retail Grocers' schools of the city. Tho educational revolution and It Is but tho perpetAssociation and other local and pictures wero introduced into tho uation of tho errors of that day. civic organizations would havo repparochial schools several weeks ago Thoso errors aro being repeated resentatives present to combat tho through negotiations with a largo everywhere, oven In this country." raise in phono rates and it was the Eastern motion plcturo houso which Rev. Father Raffo sounded a warnduty of a real Mayor to havo been furnished a standard typo of school ing when ho said if wo put all of present. But Smithy "welched" and equipment nnd supplies tho slides our energy and Intelligence In windesignated City Attorney Lawton as and films in several series, according ning things of a material nature, wo the "goat," nnd myl what an awful to tho subject with which thoy aro are leading to destruction Just as rap ho received from Aldorman used. The movement was Inaugu- cortaln as tho fall of the old Roman Kirwan, who protested against tho rated by tho Catholic National Asso- omplro and tho fall of every other spectacle of n City Attorney, paid ciation and tho plan, It Is said, is emplro which found its successes in by tho taxpayers, on tho floor repbeing followed In all tho larger material things, ho declared. Recresenting the clnims of tho cities. ognition of tho authority of God, corporation. We'll say this Tho courses wero arranged by edu- striving ' for tho Institutions which Tor Mr. Lawton. Ho appeared as cational oxperts from the Catholic havo preserved our freedom, wero If ho didn't ljko tho Job tho near University and tho leading Catholic urged by Father Raffo as necesMayor wished on him and his arnormnl schools In conjunction with sary measures to fight tho evils of gument was poor, and tho producers, and new pictures aro tho times. "Tholr Spirit Lives" was Prof. J. H. Richmond and Charley being turned out constantly. The tho subject of th? address of Mr. Milltkon literally toro his little motion. . Bpeech The Koystoners featured In a courses being used In Loulsvlllo aro Welnmann, into ribbons. Here's one convincing argument that shows our Btlrrlng comedy on Market street, history, geography, natural sciences DEATH A SHOCK. near Mayor wasn't oven familiar Just oeiow Fifth, Sunday night, tho and a spoclal course in "Lessons In telephono question, reel being entitled "Tho Wild Rat Citizenship for Young Americans." with tho This community was deeply although fighting to raise rates. In pr Who Felt the Pane," all rights Tho pictures follow the text book they go Into grieved and shocked on Saturday to A patrol machlno filled lessons, although his statement to tho press Smith rpirved. and greater detail and tho whole usually learn of tho death in Philadelphia Bald that there wore 35,000 phone with a load of subscribers In Loulsvlllo and the conductors disguised as policemen Is presented in simple drama or of Lawrence Scanlan, son of P. L. Rome had 80 per cent, of those. responded to a burglar alarm and story form. Tho teaching Sisters Scanlan, 3224 West Broadway, Vlco President Poguo, of tho Phono Com- unloaded to surround tho placo. are enthusiastic over the results, ac- President of tho Quaker Maid Stores Hardly had they been posted when cording to tho Vory Rev. James P. Company. ' His death was duo to pany, acknowledged to 22,000. Tho near Mayor in his press a big rat ran through their ranks Cronin, Vicar General and diocesan double pneumonia, following at attack of "flu." Mrs. Scanlan had statement and by proxy also said and out into Market street One of superintendent of schools. "OOfih. all It Is said that tho children's Inter- been with her son for two weeks, that tho two telephono companies Ihn Tfnvntnnnrn nnlfi! chaso after est never lags for a minute during and both father and mother were at would havo to spend $10,000 in hemlock,' and led tho auditing their books and preuaring tho rat. The burglar was rorgotten. the "movlo classes," although tho his bedside when tho end came. Dea renort for possible consolidation: Windows' went up all over the lessons aro the camo old narration ceased was a young man of much All of tho speakers took pot shots neighborhood, tho residents being of events they hated in the his- promise, and while with the A. E. at this brilliant (7) argument. If treated to tho stirring sport of tho tories; accounts of rivers and cities F. In tho Great War won distinction the ralso in rates Is granted what Keystone cons after a rat. Just and industries of other lands: tacts and a commission. His funeral took, will a moro bagatelle of $10,000 liko bur crooks and burglars, the of science and patriotic lessons place In the East, where tho family mean to phone companies that will rat had no trouble in dodging the which children used to recite, often- havo a wldo circle of relatives. To times without knowing the meaning the bereaved parents and brothers take In a rake off of possibly $100,-00- 0 comedy cops. Finally becoming the Keystoners started throw- of their words. Tho geography les- is tendered the sympathy of their Just for the year? The meeting Tuesday night was attended by a ing their clubs at the elusive rodent. sons aro Inculcated through travel many Loulsvlllo friends. over tho picturesln this country and strange large and representative crowd of Clubs wentmerrllK"ll NAVY CHAPLAINS MEET; protesters and following the able 8treetr"but one of the Keystone'nr landSnXtte Sisters sauy only sorlous arguments made by tho speakers must havo been a ooomerang Hlnoss now can keep boys and girls Ono of tho most important conone would wonder why tho Board thrower before being a street car awajr fr6m school when they know of Aldermen should defer actlp'n on man. as his club camo back and thero is to bo a trio to China, a ferences in the history of tho navy Ibo. question for a couple of weens, went Btraight through tho big nlato visit to New York or Washington or will bo that called for the chaplains, especially when any Jury would be glass window of tho finner'or Wool. an excursion into a coal mine or which has been arranged by Capt. convinced in five minutes that the en Mills Convey nt MS West Mar- great steel plant. Tho biographies early In May. This conference, and aro in ralso was entirely unnecessary and ket street. Everybody roared com lor great men also fhAli- - taugnt Tn Ihwch has been arranged by Capt. llvfta. rrtrnmnflrnttnnu nf inutrhnrl J, B. Frazler. of the chaplains' corps that the Homo Telephone Company,, HsdjCthat at this neat nleco of is all. excent the proprie nature 'Study the children nro shown on duty"in tho KaVf "Deportment, wasn't playing lair oy giving tne publlo a truthful statement. Tho tors "" how tho bees make and storo their will be participated In, by nil tho chaplains on duty west of tho Mispublic does not know who is egging known reason they iveren't able to honey, how an ugly caterpillar comedy a beautiful butterfly, the sissippi river, some slxty.ln all. There tho near Mayor on in championing appreciate tho humor and throwing the phone "gouso." but as tho only of a Keystone policeman window, miracle of tho tiny seed become a will ba seven sessions and Secrptary groat tree nnd the secret of life In of the Navy Daniels and at least ono paper in Louisville, dally or weekly, his club through their big in that has protested against tho ordi- So their feelings are embraced felt the egg. The future men and wo- Rear Admiral of tho line will admen nlso are being mado famfllar dress tho conference. nance tho Kentucky Irish American tho title part referring to who with tho workings and Institutions Is going to make a prediction. The tho "pano." of the Government through pictures, PLEASANT FEATURES. ordinance will become a law some "Although this Is a great forward QUEEN'S DAUGHTERS. fine night wltcn the council chain-!e- r stop," said ono of the teaching SisMonday evening tho St, Helena is not crowded with pconlo .who Tho annual nomination of officers ters, "It slrrfply Is an application of Club, which has attainare opposed to tlte ordinance. of the Queen's Daughters will tako old and sound educational princi- ed a high .stand'ne among the young Watch this tip. T,he citizens of Loulsvlllo who plaro at their next' meotln. to bo ples. Children and grpwn folks, women of Loulsvlllo. held a really don't want to take a chance of stop- held March 5. At the Tebruary too. forVtbat matter, much more delightful social meeting In tho auping a flying brick or getting flat- meeting the Daughters, subscribed readily grasp and retain what they ditorium of Presentatlpn Academy.' tened out with the steam roller are $50 to the Visitation Home bulldlncr can see than mere printed words. The meeting was open and wa3 adwarned to stay away from the Re- fund. Because of her excellent work Our children not only learn the dressed bv the Rev, Father publican precinct nolle th's after- an ' Chairman et the Chrletmas lessons prescribed, but their minds Schaat. O. F. M.. A short noon when the . O, P. selects del- Snenpe, Mrs., John Btteehemever'was are stimulated to seek more sketch was acted by members of the tor the year books or even the dramatle circle of the elub and egates to the Wa4e eenventle In a l. than the. tetarM grre. At their slay and primary ar avmbera were a teatare. tittle Aro Enthusiastic Over Their when . Tojo-phohut. Fight to a Finish Tills Afternoon Between Foreign anil Homo Republicans. peo-pl- tcle-plio-no hnlt-hearte- d. digging through tho alleys and byways enlisting support for Heyburn, Segnor nnd "Mlstah Roscoo Conk-lln- g Simmons," the running mate. Homo grown Republicans that wanted to support their own pooplo woro frightened away by threats that their relations or fiiends would bo fired from tho city or county if they dldn'i;' perform. Tho machlno Is working k tho than smoothor vacuum cleaner we' had abound horo a Bhort while ago, the ono tho Herald and "roform" Board of Works usod to brag about, but Just like Davy Rose's much advertised motor- boat house, it went to tho Junk y pllo. Tho machine may crush tho opposition today out thero is n growing revolution in tho ranks and Tobo and Clics better1 beware. Speaking about bragging it is amusing to read tho alibis of tho poor old Herald In regard to our "hlcki flro department and tho Keystone j police. In discussing tho Bourbon Stock Yards fire tho Herald said the flromen did noblo work In saving tho Stock Yards. Wouldn't that mako you. laugh? Tho Bourbon Stock Yards Is built of concretp nnd all of tho surrounding propor.ty that wasn't concrete went Up in a $40,000 flro. Tho same day the', flro on Tyler Parkway burnt houses on both sides of tho street, showing that tho flro got away from tho amateurs. Down on High strcot a houso burned down because flromen forgot to bring the flro cistbrn key. Just a Must havo llttlo boon a plumber at one tlmo and got In tho habit of forgetting to bring Incidentally tho Herald his tools. doesn't tell us nbout tho No. 7 company being wrecked responding to an alarm, tho same accident happening to tho No. 7 hook and ladder compapy. Tho "hick" firemen bin mo thq wrecks on tho Board of Works Ijecauso of tho rotten streets, andjtho board says It Tako Is tho fault of the drivers. your choice, but itVis sure tough on tho owners of thei property that catches on fire. '; About two weeks ago tho near Mayor nnd Chlof Betty camo out In statements to the" press In which thoy stated that from then on tho bo conpollco department would ducted on a civil service or merit systom. This coming after n series of robberies, holjlups, drunken and gambling pollco sensations, etc., and was probably Interfiled to allay tho crowing "disc'dhtcuirTinuBod by tho Keyslono escapades. That was tho promise Horo Is tho performance. Desk Sergeant Charles McGlynn, with an unblemished record of seventeen years' servlco, was reduced to tho ranks, an Invitation to quit. Sergeant McGlynn, It seems, had ono to "reform" bad spot according mothods. J. H. Scales, formor circulation manager of tho Horald and tho' political alms collector for tho machlno, called on McGlynn somo tlmo ago for a political contribution to tho Republican campaign fund. (Attention of the near Mayor, Chief nnd Bonrd of Safety called to this, ns they aro on record agninst political assessments.) Attention Is called, as maybo they don't know It. Ha! hal Anyway Sergeant McGlynn refused to kick In nnd ho was slated for the discard. Now here's whero Smithy and Potty's roform and civil servlco programme came to tho fore again. Robert A. Martin, tho pollcemnn who was arrested for walloping tho reporters with two Courier-Journhis club, was given McGlynn's job If civil sorvlco and merit system works like that Patrolman Pearl, who became soused and assaulted tho woman, is in line for a big prosor-vico Tho Dominant Trait of tho America Soldier Is His Sterling Honesty. Hort-Sear- cy gold-bric- Spending Too Much Time in. Grans-blin- g Instead of Rebuilding ' Wealth. FRENCH EDITORS ARE BITTER, Hcrt-Scnrc- Lawrence O. Murray, .Comptroller made-to-ord- er of tho Currency under the administration of Roosevelt, Taft and Wilson, returned Saturday after two years' servlco In Europo as Overseas PROTEST BREAKING UP OF OTTOMAN EMPIRE, Thousands of Turks swarming through tho gates of tho Palaco' of Constantinoplo to protest against th o proposed dismemberment of tho Turkish Empire. This photo was m ado immediately after tho Sultan loft for his forced "vacation" In As la Minor. Tho demonstrators aro shown carrying religious banners. TURKS PICTURE Studios Introduced nnd Become En tertninment lri City Parochial absent-minde- d. en-gl- no equipment for community entortaln-moIn tho parishes also. Among tho schools which now havo tho plcturo studios aro St. Xavlor's and thoso of St. Brlgld, St. Schools. Patrick, St. James, St. Cecilia, Sacred Heart, St. George, Holy Cross, St. Augustine, Holy Trinity, St. Experts from tho Catholic University Charles Borremeo, St. Vincent do Paul, St. Antttcny. St. Martin, St. Bonlfaco and St. Fmacte.of Rome Arrange Course of Varied parishes. Lessons. nt home they discuss what they havo seen In tho pictures." Child dramas and funny pictures also will bo shown from tlmo to time to heighten Intorcst among tho pupils. It is planned to uso tho Commissioner for tho Knights of Murray diColumbus Commission. rected tho finances of tho organization's overseas work. "I am convinced," ho said, "that thero is a general belief in Europe that Amorlca has wilfully accepted tho upper hand resulting from' the desporato straits in which the of Europo find thomeselvcs. Our material stock Is high over thoro, so very high that our moral stock has considerably depreciated. Somo of tho famous French editors na-ito- ns Col-lo- go . FOURTH DEGREE HONORS) mado Father Cronin nnd Teaching Sisters memorable this year In Loulsvlllo Washington's birthday was uug-boa- rs al attacks on us. Thoro Is no question but that relief Is needed badly Ib cortaln sections of Europo especially in Austria. There conditions aro torrlble. But I'm convinced that Europeans aro spending too much tlmo grumbling at what they consider American prosperity instead of applying themselves to the colossal task of rebuilding tholr wealth.. Thoy aro suffering from economic nouras-thcnl- a and they expect us to bo the dcotor when they can euro hard work." As Ovetis Commissioner for tho Knights olVtltifllbus Murray had control of tho millions tho K. of C. expended ovorseas. Ana result 'of his experience he said: 'PJjo American soldiers' dominant trait is his sterling honesty. Out of approxi mately $300,000 tho Knignts ofvEo- lumbus loaned to moro than 30,0c men all but $500 wero paid back and I attributo this amazingly small loss to tho fact that many of tho boys who received loans wero killed In action. Things In general in are at sixes and sevens," ho continued, "but that Is to be expected aftor five years pf war. We aro now taking stock and Inventories aro sometimes a sad business. International trading will not nssuino groat volume whilo oxchnngo Is shitting as it is from day to day, and tho value of foreign money expressed in terms of our own dollars is falling to unprecedented figures. That Is bound to right itself when tho nations aro able to got on s producing instead of, as now, a borrowing basis. That tho nations realize, and no matter how much the unthinking may blamo us for tho fall, thoughtful men realize that ths whole question is economic and nothing else." Before leaving France Mr. Murray was honored by tho French Government In recognition of his services as a K. of C. exocutlvo by the bestowal of tho Medal of Public Instruction, first class. Tho good ship Casey, named la honor of tho Knights of Columbus by tho United States Shipping Board, broke all records when sho was launched by having two sponsors Miss Miriam Flaherty, daughter of James A. Flaherty, Supreme Knight of the K. of C, and Mrs. D. H. Smith, of St. Louis. Tho Casey has broken another record. She kaer made tho trip from Brooklyn t Havre In thirteon days the shortest tlmo for a cargo carrier. Word t this effect was cabled to William J. Mulligan, Chairman of tho K. of C war activities committee, frosa Paris, and tho cable added that tho Knights, to celebrate the event, wero giving Captain R. H. McKay and his gallant crew of the Casey tour of tho European battlefields. them-Belvesf'by havo been exceedingly bitter In their Eu--ro- pe HOME RULE BILL. des-pera- to 'jm"""' es Con-efant'- ne ynliKly iNrer-mat- te yMte-yott-tiea- ee !:. ed 4 ma-lea- The bill for Irish home rnle, Jeeg promised by the Government, ws presentcd In thoHouse-Y)CoraraoM Wednesday. Tho present bill, H to understood, adheres comparatively closely to tho measure as OHtllned by Promler Lloyd George in the House Decomber 22 last. The Government's project centers on tho sotting up of two parliaments In Ireland, ono for the south and a for the north. Home rule, as th Government hopes to give It to Ireland, is based primarily on tho declaration of the Premier in ! December speech that "Great Britain can not accept separaties Bat tho largest opportunity will be gtveei to file' Irish people to unite en tkm constitution of a Parliament;, In tbe course of time, which wilt essomso) Ireland as a whole. For tho north of Ireland tTit area, embraced probably wilt. Include itto six counties pientloned by tie Premier in his original outline, with possibly somo slight modification, as a consenuenee of whieb ,th northern Parliament will be a much smallor body than the soartfc-or- n organization. One of tw fro--. damontal features of the Mff !wajm has been a council representing tier two Parliaments, and ft hr understood that this council win derive) Its powers from the two feoffM which will be reeuonelMe for It (selection. The propose: MMfcsWMt will have exteneire, powers- eJtA Ak rettreemtaeton te tfca, JeajBrWrfSr- - at f wr - 'h "3 ijfc '. 'II 71' "- -"- '.'Jtoii! JklH M'm ,? Y '13 K&NTUGKY IRISH AWERlGftN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. .- AA.i)Ajl4MtAfAlAA&A4tAAA fcAfcAaa: A, SOCIETY. fi !; f Har B m Wfl00 m mt APT ASSOCIATION .' Seekl tad Moid Advem Offieially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernian. Yotnjc Mea'a IneUtute and Catholic Knignw 01 Amcnw. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Incotpoou. Publishers 4t ? . et -- "" a HMra j w ii a Col. P. J. Hanlon spent tho In Lexington. II B H H ;PRESBIT f mmm H ' LL B F B h TME TRANSGRESSORS A ji marvelous 8-a- ct. sunr photo-pla- y l' H uc i UBSCRIPT10N PRICE ONE DOLLAR TER YEAR, SINOLECOPV 5c James McOrath spent tho weekEntered mi thi LouUvlllt PoiteHIo i Stcond.ClMt Mutter. end at Pewed Valloy visiting Jamc3 ' IRISH AMERICAN, Wist Littrty Strut Reagan. KENTUCKY 1H baMMkatim to t M 319-32- 1 ' Carl A. "Wollondorff has from a trip to Now York. ST. WILLIAM'S SCHOOL HALL, 1226 WEST OAK STREET Selling K J- Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Feb. 29, Mar. Evenings at 8 Matinee Sunday 2:30 1- -2 Miss Elizabeth Cahlll spent several days last week with friends in Paducah. Miss Paulino Burch was tho weekend guest of Miss Lillian Reagan at 29, 1920 Poweo Valley. t c ADMISSION 35 CENTS. Laurel Combination Range! IvsBi KH - 1 LOUISVILLE, KY. "WILSON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY UNl'OrULAB. M There is no denying tho fact that President "Wilson has lost his popu- larity with tho peoruo oi mi cuuu- try, and It would not bo surprising to seo tho Democratic national convention give him and his policies the cold shoulder at San Francisco tlits summer. AWKOVED. Tho masses of tho people npprovo tho work of Col. P. H. Callahan ml Capt. and Mrs. Patrick J. Minton no, must engage, also has its inven- havo Just moved into thoir now tory porlod. It is tho season of homo, 4136 West Broadway. t J- the Modern way CLEANERS AND DYERS OFFICE AND PLANT, 1M0-4- 2 the Kentucky Fair Price CommisAttorney General Palmer sion. places tho blame for the friction and disruption of tho Kentucky body upon local retail merchants and were who had been Indicted trying to escape tho law. Tho Kentucky Commission was doing effoc-tiv- o work and had public approval. and hoped It his associates may withdraw their resignations. ' BEAUTIFUL DEVOTION. Catholics have many beautiful devotions, ono of tho most lmpres-Blv- o bolng tho "Way of tho Cross. In iipirit wo traverso every footstep of pur Blessed Redeemer, when Ho was on earth and suffered and died for us. It makes us feel keenly faow unworthy wo are of his love, and how grateful wo should bo to Him for opening the gates of heaven for us. During this time the church counsels us to stop and take stock oi mo tilings wnjen maKO ior our otornal salvation she advises us to balance our spiritual ledger. Lent this year comes at a time when tho world Is clamoring for somo relief from the ills that convulso It. There aro any number of quacks appstlos of' every "Ism" and "ology" extant, ready to administer their useless and foolish concoctions. But there is only ono remedy, and that Christianity has. It Is the knowlodgo ot "Christ and Him Crucified." Catholics will do as well to obsorve all tho laws which the church has prescribed for the Lenten Bcason. Porhaps tho Lord, seeing tho rebirth of tho Christian spirit among his peoplo which a faithful observance of Lent is sure to bring, will banish the plagues of unrest and dissatisfaction that aro now troubling tho world. Lent. FEDERAL AID TO SOLDIERS. M. Miss Ircno Sohn, have returned from thoir wedding trip to St. Louis. J. McDcrmott and bride, neo S. THIRD ST. James Greeno and daughter, Miss Mary Greene, woro in New Orleans to witness tho Mardi Gras festivities. Florence Hocbstrasser, of Jotforsonvillo, has been spending tho past wcok with friends 'at Lafayette, 'Ind. Miss Mrs. Mamie Talbott has been tertaining as her guest her Mrs. Louis Guthrlo, of en- ' B c n II ! B x I It Jr-- yl h Hl il Jl II $110 i We Specialize in Ladies' Suits, juresses, oioves, v eiveis, 011&&, juacca, I Feathers and Men's Wearing Ap- pareL AUTO WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER ALL WORK Miss Margaret Bannon, of Jeffer-sonvlll- e, Is homo from Indianapolis, whore she spent a weok visiting friends. Mrs. J. J. Connolly, South Louls-vlll- e, was last week a visitor at Prostonia, tho guest of Mrs. S. D. '' Thompson. was Miss Mary Cowoll, havo returned from their wedding trip to Chicago and the Northwest. t t l t c Edward Spelgor and bride, who In almost every community In tho United States there is a discharged soldier, sailor, marlno or war nurse, suffering from somo Injury or ail ment which dates back to servleo with tho fighting forces. Often this injury or ailment has made- it hard - Mrs. K. McGovern and daughter, Miss Anna McGovern, of Flora Heights, aro spending a month in Now I Orleans and Florida. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hillerich, Miss netus Hillerich and Miss Irma Klapheko are at Miami, Fla whoro they will remain until April 15. re C3 r V T lib III Wnlter M. Hlgglns, who was hero T They aro on a brief business trip and visit to handicapped and need holp; not his parents and relatives, returned 1 stove for both winter and summer. Por Your Savings U. S. Government Protection. charity," but mental and physical re- Tuesday to his homo in Mora than 45,000 Bank Accounts, representing 100,000 people with a totsi AVOID NEW DEBTS. construction. In many cases such deposit of more than $10,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by tb pioplo unfortunately keep their people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. Miss Margn,rot McCarthy, hisIf wo aro to agree with tho of Mr. and Mrs. Josoph F. Mctroubles to themselves. They aro reprudence urges mca 'at the luctant to seek aid or advice, for Carthy, Is fast recovering from InUNDER THE BIG CLOCK torians, MARKET AT SECOND juries recolved In a recent contractpresent moment to fear their friends might consider accident. say tho them ing now weak. Possibly you know such havo been followed a person. If you do, encourago him chronolosIsWl Z COMB TO Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Blanford and iiTitw Tinman ni? nPTirAT, cirTJirrnni by peWdfs of exaggerated prosperity to tako his troubles to tho Govern- Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Blanford, Thl iulo i tn mtmVioir of I an. limitfl ending In a financial crisis and ment. Tho War Risk Insurance Bu- Crescent "Hill, havo been entertainEyes always tired, hoadaches, wholo system affected, comfort ing Mr. and trade donresslon. Tho period of' cx-- reau and tho United States Public of Springfield. Mrs. Josoph Logsden, rel Ranges now in our stocks, as we could not possi. sacrificed? Havo your eyes examined, seo mo at once, don't delay. nrosnorlty has varied, Health Servlco aro especially anxI fit glasses perfectly, assuring perfect comfort to tho wearer. "fMrirorated bly quote this low price on present factory cot t. My prices are reasonably, (glvo mo a trial and I will convlnco you. Mr. and Mr3. Irvln Zlx and chilfrom ono to threo years; if tho past ious to get In touch with such indiof Clifton, is a guide, wo may look for tho end viduals. Tho Public Ilea lth Service dren, Allen Long aro visiting Mr. and Orango, N. Mrs. at of tho expansionist period most any has set up n rhnln ot reconstruction J. Mrs. Long will East bo remembered report that b ,rtJL "Honso of Optical Servlco" Jeweler and Optician j day. Various retailers throughout th? country for as Miss Aline Zlx. tho lovel of high prices now reached beneficiaries of tho v.'ar Risk Bu228 WEST JEFFERSON STREET ' Misses Frances McGeo and Ma has bogun seriously to affect buy- reau. These aro not army hospitals, Our liberal club plan is open to purchasers during; retrenchment should bo the nor Is tbcro army dlsclplino In con- tllda Byrno, who wero tho guests ot Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Taylor in ing this sale without additional cost pay order of tho day. nection with them, but rather a sys- Boochmont. have returned to their tem of hospitals similar to tho gen homes In Now Albany. monthly paymentsdown, balance in equal UNCLE SAM THE GOAT. eral linnnltnl In l.ircn cities excont Jtov. Fathor J. B. Dawkin3, of goes St. Louis Bertrand's church, underWithout going Into tho merits or that tho treatment is frco and ordinary went an operation at Sts. Mary and domerlts of government ownership much further than In tho Recreation, vocational Elizabeth Hospital this week, hav"of railroads, many know that under hospital. ing his tonsils removed. every moans was training and wholesomo entertaingovernment control ment aro combined with treatment. Mrs. Julia E. Halllnan announces resorted to stick Uncle Sam and unnecessary expenses and losses woro Whllo men nro being bodily rebuilt tho engagement ot her daughter, opportunity of learn- Miss Frances Halllnan, to John J. piled up bo as to discourage tho they havo tho Miranda. Tho marriage will tako wanting a trial at ing somo useful occupation, or pur- place tho first part of April. public from ever F0R Y0UR OLD ST0VE! suing academic studies. They aro .government ownorship again. Em, , oanumann tnneht not nnlv to find themselves. addition to the other saving features iur. unu jura, jonn j. ployes were not urged to fulfill thoir announce tho of their empty cars wero carried but to bottor their condition. Tho daughter. Miss engagement Sandman, duties, of this great sale of Laurel Combination Ranges. Anna Mao It lis back and forth across tho country environment is as homeliko as many to Mr. Georgo F. Hoffman. Tho posslblo to mako it. A great wedding will tako place in April. jvhon return hauls could have been, army havo t inado, needless salaries woro paid, men who went into tho Miss Bozzio Hannan and her developed tuberculosis and other 315 GUTHRIE STREET. and In short every method was reguest, M'ss Mario Walsh, of Chicago, t c diseases roquirlng special treatment. have been snondlng BOTH PHONES 315 sorted to show frightful losses weok nt Tho Public Halth Servfce has sep- French Lick Springs. thoFrom thero t government ownership. .T. ,T. McTIGHE, Asst. Mrr. arate hospitals and sanatoriums for Ihoy will go to New York City for a T. J.MORROW, Mnnncpr. these patients, whero they may get stay of a couplo of weeks. DANGER IN DELAY. k tho best treatment known to mediBLACK & DECKER Tho many friends ot Mrs. James tt ?N 328-31- 7 W. JEFFERSON STREET. .Urging that Federal oporatlon of cal scionco. A. largo number of sol D. Duano will be pleased to hedrtPOIITAELE ELECT1UC DRILLS the rallronds bo continued for at diers aro not yet awaro that tho that sho is recovering rapidly from PHONE CITY 8500 least'' two years', B. M. Jewel, acting Government offers them freo treat her recent Illness, but disappointed c PHONE MAIN 93 SlzesiMO to 8 to learn that Mr. Duano is now on K Prosldont of tho railway employes' ment. Pleaso tell them. tho sick list with an attack of grip. CHILDERS ELECTRIC CO. J department of tho American Feder Now has her that woman to memation of Labor, in a letter INCOpPOHATBI Mr. and Mrs. J. F- - Davis of their HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY tho engagement bers of Congress, expressed tho "rights," sho must not forgot that .1.13 W. Main Slrel Rnlh Phone. daughter Corlnno to Thoo. J. Schlp-peDr. N. pplnlon that return of tho roads to Sho also has her "duties." Abell Tho wedding will tako place dtvisiox a. prlvato ownorship now would lead Wednesday morning. April 7, at St. FORTY HOURS. Inevitably to their bankruptcy, Eye, Ear, Nose and Cecilia's church. Both young peo- JTire Home, third 0 Fridays, Hlberaa Now' Portland. which, might easily result in a Tho Forty Hours' devotions aro plo aro well known in musical cir President T. J. O'Leary. "world-wld- o cles. Throat Specialist, panic and bring designated for tho coming weok at Vice President Thoa. W. Killeen. bankruptcy." Wp do not seo that St. Paul's church, Jackson street, tins removed his office from Financial Secretary John Brod Capt. James ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF (Incorporated) THE OLD AHMORY" operation is helping and will begin high mass and o.y home from Sts. W. KInnarney camo erlck. Government tho Starks Building to tho Mary and Elizabeth SOUTH SEVENTH STREET third floor of tho Norton Recording Secretary John Mar any to avoid bankruptcy. The long- position tomorrow morning, Hospital Wednesday, whero ho had Building, Fourth and JefferRov. Eugene er It continues tho more difficult It Donohoe, on Tuesday. will direct tho been for a weok with an attack ot tin. AUTOMOBILES STORED AND WASHED son Streets, Louisville, Ky. pastor, Treasurer Dan J. Daugherty. tho flu. Mrs. KInnarney, wlfo of will bo for tho railroad companies impressive tho CHARGE EXPERIENCE!. Sorgeant-at-Arm- s AIL MEN SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THEATER STORAGE 25 CTS. services and will bo as- Capt. KInnarney, Is also at tho samo Martin Shee- Phones: Main 3377; City 3377. to recover from tho shock. from other place with a flu attack, but is re haa". sisted by priests lO-SSulto 810. IHOIM3G5 JVIcilxx Sentinel Thomaa Noone. churches. Many will doubtless mako covering rapidly ana may no this the occasion for compliance brought homo Monday. Capt. and. LEFT TO FATE. with thoir Eastor duty. . myiMIOM Mrs. KInnarney both caught a se'ftm, vere cold in canvassing on tho Visi Meete teee4 and fourth Keftter. Central Europe fears the tldo of GIVES WOMAN STOCK. tation Homo drive, in which they Bertrand Hall, Sixth streeC from Russia and is Novor Makq a pilstako In Ordering Our You'll Bolshevism did noblo work for that worthy President S. J. McEUIott Maintaining largo armies for self Fifty shares of tho preferred cap cause C. S. TABB'S SON Connelly. Vice President Patrick protection. Refusal of tho allies to ital stock, Class 1, B. F. Avery & Financial Secretary T. J. JLan- Sons, woro bequeathed to Miss Sue aefentl Poland from a Bolshevik CATHOLIC WAR COUNCTIj. gan. TO It tins the Quality. For Your Now Homo p. L. gecretary has glvea now strength to G. Connaughton by judgo A. a. Recdrdlng Richards by his will, dated October ThO pftlco training and English jjcanoy. Continue Business the red peril. ig, 1919, ana probated in county w Treasurer John, F. Burke. INCORPORATE? Agreeable to tho last wish of Roumania and Hungary aro threat-,n- e Court on Wednesday. Miss Con mathematics classes of the National Sergeant-at-Arm- s Edward Byrne. havo beon C. S. Tabb, for many years with invasion, and tho alll03, naughton was associated with Judgo Catholic "War Council bo hold on BROOK AND A STS. Sontlnel M. J. McDermott. consolidated and will Wad of tiie Tabb Storage for Richards jraich js'up these spiali nations as years, andininhis law offico boq.uesmany Tuesday nights from 6 to 9. Tho Freight Transfer Warehouse ho making tho a. Jmffer against Russia, pow joave said it was with hor valuable as- chanco has beon mndo so as not to DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. Line said business will be Lonten services. Miss with conducted by his son. Artliur tam to their fate. Wb have been sistance that ho had accumulated' conflict will continue' to teach th Detert The regular meetings ot LouisTabb, who will continue the the league, of Nations blB esjajte. Ui" class 'at the headquarters on Sourth ville Circle, Daughters of Isabella, efficient service always givea of' the preserve, the pe.ace by his father. street. tootc placo on tho first Sunday afFATALLY STRICKEN. SPhe league is n bng lat rW. ternoon and third Tuesday ovonlng HEART STROKE FATAL. erfler still prevails, No of February. Much important busiMrs Moilie Hosalon. wjfe of Paness ,wag transacted at both meetwtt America hare trolman John J. Heealon, was Whllo walking on Washington ings, the outstanding feature ot the Jn the foftt. stricken with heH trouble on the Btrefl, EdYfTIAN HEOULATOI TEA Clwr jTi, U ear Cabel( oh her way to Sunday meeting being tho decision steps of Holy pr'osn cHurpn Wednes'Cmmb's FaUat L1I4M StaM &t. Joseph's to further the iaterjesfs of the Visiday night while pn lier, way to; wor- the Lqaten services a( CmHMHMaMStofadiPiMritrs WallCFi?raiaTlU;Tltrl4wU 1 Quino. aged tation Home. A subscription 0f ship. She wu taken to her h.6me church, Mrs. Tbere Titm SSh Sc. H4 street, beloyed wife Qf, Edward S10Q was iffht to the campaign fund at 80? South Thlrty-wcon-d BrkU 1 lm ka THH EGYPTIAN DRUG CX., oM Towr vise IratbieM where she died few uinutea later. Oulno. S17 Franklin street. Buffered With the promise, to also furnish a 'ia-f- w. , - She Yr the 'new on the ffectio of & year old. Her son, an ttc o( heart faljure and ie-e- d room B7 "MM linn Wl twjn , yenlng frT (rrw iPlo wallffl iitw DHiaet 1 .- jioDertm4.fittr away m ihe waf beinc earned hpm?, At ' the " Tuesday vaa wmj-nimvm, 'tar-v- m OFFICE 936 SOUJH THIHTEBNTM TKRET. meeting Mjs BHa O'Brien "was eailed tram enure fa when the was into a aearhy reefdettcf . 8 la aieretsry te sve- elected Finwulel by her.kMbn4 4 eifh CUMB. MAIN S07. Ukra home. She wm dyins when PHONES CITY vaeaaey will tak placs at tW nxt tw-- ' watorr WW, to nptof ee4 Hi JMm. whom he itmcIimI her be4e14. 'She te ear- fm Wf Z t mkhUmt netiBs n Suniiay tUr- - WOJtM-TkirtwH- rtfc mi Br feUrWt W ttfteutsr, "Tet hta taow Jut wfcere vived by ytpthy. The' ftteemt took Owint to Vhl rjr Shea, and ion; f4 ' moveVI" Karen T, at I a'slook at eerrtees will to fcehl this Dtoee W9&nmimT BMrnteir with re the tfttestees, " Tto MaMMS 6f Hft. fc. ftPwgwftTfgfWTvwTWTwvwynwwwywryty mm aaielsUem te flB tto Knight of ColumbtM Ball. cnlem hlh auun at St JoMnh'S. BT 0 tn r. rata which all of ue, whether Ul 1JU1JVD31U1U 1U1 IUU1U IU whoro they did formerly. In spite ef the fact that of these ranges, as SxiBIIBsBk prices as all other stoves, well if M 11 W are constantly advancing, Jl " H 11 r we are giving youthis opportunity to secure the beautiful "Zenith" Laurel Combination (coal and gas; range at a reduction from pur regular low prices. As you will judge by the illustration, which is an 1 exact reproduction, the Laurel is a range of the high J. jJ s .! ea uiAiinv.il vc iu mm J iaIi S.. b p(JCBieui.c aim suusinu t tially and scientifically built. It is equipped with four top burners for gas, four covers for .coal, a combina- tion coal and gas oven, and roomy warming closet, f I tt tha threats a a vnn lri ar miw aI- nattViiAk aa aw I a.ieaBi1 jvu stnt tFi A awss mwdsimiu' vwuniiiKv r 1 i og .... X !99nJ 7KLJ AS NEAR YOU AS YOUR PHONE I mmirm QXJAIIIY SOUTH 2362 AKCJL Both Phonos 1323 JOHN M. MULLOY 213 WBST MABCET STREET. jLv l9w "Mt 30c t OR CITY fSJB&R'VTCB;! Ate Dellrtrf 'Smiy HIGH GRADE COFFEE , . Tea, lb Coco, 1( Baking Powder Kxtmct, portubo PloFlHInt: Ege Mitt (20 eggs for 25) Coffee lb ci biiiici ) 40c te ,OQ 80q to $t.9S a am am im A mm Ml Emm A mm " fOO 40 SO 25 20 LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK No Orders nnititrlv For dobts-"rTOwa- rs, "m Future Delivery! , 4y I.t sixty.fivo-year-ol- d No Club Fees Added! $10.00 L. N. PEARLMAWS $10.00 - S TT Liberty Bonds Accepted At Full Face Values. Tnin $5 00 FOR YOUR COAL SUPPLY 3 7-IN. Byrne Speed CoalCo. un-'d- er BD1HH Douglas 1818-182- - ttftwAAMAAAftMAAAAAAAAAaAA:A a4 co r. f IP I - na-(Iop- BLUE GRASS GARAGE 635-37-39-- 41 Opon. Por JE5tslirxoi co;f-cludl- , Olty jS-SO- O , Czpeh-SJovaki- a, I LUMBER oo. -- ;tt'tat Eel kt P. BANNON tn4, Llalrk;. S73-178- PIPE CO.: " fifty-fou- r, !.. Flt fr Cert!. smi'wiI'- swic f I f- - aur-rlr- ed tnt u t hbJ ru-aer- al fr ata, "r ebll-dre- a, ?-e- at Osl. ,h?nf m no, I ffWfff tJ jagy, n o tm KBHruGmr iErJABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS ' ftetfrfcrs mt thfr'JCcatticky xmxmjx AiEMKiojkjr I - WHEN n NEED urged 'ta patronize advertiser whose annoHrlcerrients fcy finsLln these celsms. We alra to protectourread-r- s by accepting; only firms of known responsibility. Irish American re. earnestly OF ANYTHING IN Church Gooffs' Line Or a Religious Book, Seo the and Kentucky mourns the unexpected death of the Rev, Father Edward J. Lynch, the zoalous and beloved pas The DIOCESE MOURNS. diocese of Louisville "Ai N teYwHtfa tiHtt Pa? FUNERAL FLOWERS A SPKCIAI. WRSATH 15.0O s as rt RELIABLE qUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS A SPECIAL SPRAY S3.0 . 5fdTrf of the fentucky rlsh American are varmrstly lfela P"" DON'T FORGET THAT Rogers Church Goods Co. xvcouobj.txb 129 S. Fowth, Lomlsville, Ky. OnSilj--.t- r ''ryiYaiBBBBBBBBBBIHIBDBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBa "Cflwr Ew BBSJHBSSSSSSSJ 'JbbBBBBBBBBBBSB Gray Von Allmen -- SflSfjtBE; W GK7 telegraph Flewars advertiser whose announcement they find in these colums. We aim fo protect ourread-r- s by accepting only firms of known responsibility. M;ttMMMM UANDIES v 1 tm(MMHMV. ' Hrerywhere JEFFERSON SWEET SHOP! (Tho Ilouito of Mirrors) "SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" it 1 Sanitary Milk Co. INCOWOKATMD, AUGUST R. aaaaaaW. ' x esSBBABB BAUMER FLORIST MILK LiSONIO TEMPLE FOURTH AND CHESTNUT r v '1p i J9HHB GLOVES JEFFERSON THEATER BUILDING AMERICAN ClaARS W. G. RORK, PftiUcnl. CUT-RAT- JtiM-- JMMBS IS1THE !ACARONI HOME OF PURE 10c Cleaned and Mended. E TOBACCO STORES TOBACCOS I A INCOUPORATZD it ASK YOUR Both Phones LOUISVILLE, JCY. GROCERS," EGG NOODLES SPAGHETTI EHtimntcH Given Plans FurnlHhed SWISS Cleaners WEST BROADWAY VULCANIZING INCORPORATED teaea't HERBERT JBNKIHS.S.J.T. CO. )yyyyyyvvvvyvlyvi'yyyVYyfy.yyy. nniQvii ,Vww. tor of Holy Name church, HenderGUARANTEED VULCANIZING 617 Fourth Ave. son, who passed away Wednesday Office and Workrooms Northeast Corner Seventh and Broadway PHone'2207 night after a tlvo days' Illness of Uonae Phone City 251 1 Influenze and pneumonia. When LouUvllle. Kentucky by Phone Shawnee 380-- J j;1,0 !?A ??"" ho was surrounded his priests and menitforrf of SHULER AXLE MANUFACTURING COMPANY iiifiHTim,PT household. Father Lynch was born TELES In Ireland, coming to America when INCORPORATED After i i HOME TELEPHONE COMPANY WILLIAM SCHNEIDER a young man. entered bis arrival In Kentucky ho St. Thomas Automobile, Motor Truck and Trailer Axlet, INCORPORATED Seminary at Bardstown, and after Preston and Ormsby his or'dinatlon was Secretary to tho FACTORY Local aad Los DIstaaee FfaeM OBN5o.FjriCE8 Hardware, Paints, Varnishes, Bishop of Loulsvillo and spent a Electric Suction Sweeper JONES AND N STREETS Parkway? Glass. of years at the Cathedral number . CONNECTIONS LOUISVILLB, KT. Wo Solicit Your Patronage here. Nineteen years ago Fathfer BEATS IT AAAAAAkAAkAAkAkAAAAAkkkAkAkAAAAAAAAAAAAAA City 758 South 2377 Lynch was appointed pastor at AS IT SWEEPS where he has dono wonderful work, tho parochial school AS IT CLEANS BYES CTlt SIGN OS" QUALITY Phone Highlands I TESTED standing as a monument to his 741V rfel'd PL.BASINQ INDIVIDUALITY memory. He was a loyal and paGI.A3SES triotic priest and was foremost hr every movement that would ad cbStuokt MEGLEMRY-WAR- D 230 WEST JEFFERSON vance the cause of God and country. LAUNDRY axxvxos City 085 Main 1134 INCORPORATED CO. Father Lynch is survived by two LBawUvavimMn beasos. brothers, who reside In Louisville. CC3 SOJJTU FOUHT11 AVENU. aerporatel Beloved by rich and poor, tho sad Isssbbsssbssbsbssbbsssssbi' rcucss Phonea 3145, Main or City. 1025 Bardstown Road news cast a pall of gloom over the Jsdetfclll Bi. entire dloceso. Tho funeral was DR. JOHN P. BECKER tW. Dearborn held yesterday morning, T. 8. 7ANN DAIRX COMT. Haaager Tin9 Tile Slate Roofer by Bishop O'Donaghuo and attended a great number of tho clergy. By hla death OPTROMETRIST, IaorMrat4. the Kentucky Irish American loses BUILDXB 315 Starts RaUiling. Tlilrk Floor Roof Painting a Specialty one nt its and most staunch JOHN B. WATHEN 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. supporters. His passing Is a loss Fourth and Walnut MONTGOMERY STRKKT to both Church and State. 8URNTTURB MOVINa AND PJboae City 1180 Roth Phones 4332 Largest FretKht Transfer OrHonMPhc A NEILL-LShawnee PBNDBNNIS Inc. A. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. r and Dyer JOHN J. HESION & SON BUILDERS o,i.. LONG DISTANCE HOOVER Hen-derco- n, ' HaB BEgXM THE E. IT. WELSH and Tafe Electric Co. We Tailor Your Coat, Suit, Dress or SKitf COMPANY; TrimckJinig Moving, ikr ARTHUR A. WILL 1010 fl-- t PACKING 680 South Twety4Mxla St. Wat MM Shawnee 1986 LONG DISTANCE HAULING PRICES LOWEST VIELLE and Storage G08-S1- SUPPLY CO. INCORPORATED RECENT DEATHS. MILL AND FACTORY SUPPLIES That com and bodily euo are la. compatible the most trite of truism That of the two bodily ease It the most to be desired, likewUe needs Do proTlng. Therefore, eliminate the corn. That yon can do It by using Designs & Estimates Furnished Dread Influenza and pneumonia fatal to Jane Frances, tho little daughter of Henry and Thlemnn, 2417 Duncan street, to whom 'i tendered the sympathy many friends. The funoral was of held Wednesday morning. proved An-net- to ganization In LouUvllle waata your business. Do vou know we have from 11 to IS outside clerks located right .t'the various depots to take car of your wants? We are the authorized and bonded transfer mea for all railroads at LouUvllle. JOHN B. O'LEAUY. CO. LIBERTY BLOW Manufacturers and Erectors of DUST COLLECTING SYSTEM Wo Make a Specialty of Pipe Work for HEATING & VENTILATING 544 EAST JEFFERSON ST. LOUISVILLE, KY. PIPE WORKS Mechanical Air Engineers -- - mj-t-LT- L! ru..rtwwiw Mark Sulci, Pres. J. O. Jacob!. Bee. ana Trt&g. L. GRAUMAN & CO. Incorporated Dealers Za All Kinds of Office aad Btota riztnrei, Safei, Caah Kejrla- Show Caaei, Counter, Sholvlnr, Sto. 610 WEST MATSr RTSSB7 Home Phone. City 18S8 0-XJ2C3:- tr, BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY ICE CREAM JTF'lt'S. 1104 South Seventh Street nerds only s tingle trial to demon male tl.e (ait to lie mint tliinctl. cauie the torn will be cflne. , Don't think Ihji because various "Com Cam" bite not aucrrcded. CORNEASB will tail o II it doe you grl 7m motif j bail. At dugcikik or by mail, as cents. 1 iy it and yrni will WHENirSYOOU) Sotfc Vboae lc convinced, be f 5i .MOVEr I Phone City 6574 Bota Phosea !.. tET US KNOWS r QUAKOR OIL ror Grippe. " Cold. Catarrh. HronchllU Wan id vreat demand for nse iir.i.nii live during the epidemic or bpanUb lallu- raxa. nt loarcmgsiaioraimi. 15c. a fcotUe. in Local and Ions distance movine with motor vans. Furniture, packing and hlppjng-- . EsAll work guaranteed. timates cheerfully furnished free of charge. A. A3OX0X.11 ft SOWS AUOTI05T fti BTORAQB CLARK JOHNSON MEDICINE CO., New York. , NAMED FOR nONOR. THE QUAKOR OIL CO., &I31 W. 3lat St.. New York J. M. 06 BUCKNER TOBACCONIST WHOLESALE Wet aiala Strec Louisville, Ky. Rome correspondents that sneculatlon is rife In Vatican circles regarding the Identity of tho next Those who American Cardinal know state two will be named. That NATIONAL HATTERS tho Vatican regards favorably such qrudlto prelates as Archbishop Mun- 325 WEST JEFFERSON STREET doleln, of Chicago, and Archbishop Is well un- i Doherty. of Philadelphia, DYERS AND CLEANERS derstood. Thero Is another con- Cardinal BJ.??Ty in RIaich. wh FOR AND DELIVER o'Connell, of Boston, viIl attend, as no sevoral. American uisnops. ' w.0.'!. u Home Phone. City 193t While apparently Archbishops Mun- (Incorporated) 438 West Mala Street 00. I poth Phones 2403 Homo Phone 2GGU & O O. lo bestow favors on Archbishop Glonnon. of St. Louis, and Arch- bishop Hanna, bf San Francisco PLATE GLASS 900-90- 1 two names frequently heard. Bishop STARKS BU1LD1NU. 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET or Toledo, ana Arch- Schrombs. bshop Hayes, of Now York, are OUR PERFECT VISION GLASSES Plenty-COAL-Pi- enty others. ArchDisnop Hayes is not reckoned with by forecasters, how- over, as in the oyes of the church he Tradewater Lump the dignity $5.75 ts too young His rap d rise in of a Cardinalato Nyt Tradewater $5.75 receni years aiso wiu uouuuuss ro- 1Z. .Z n'BU'TLINOJIB Adolph Rontllnger PIKE INSURANCE TORNADO, LIABILITY AND I DENTIST H A. DF0FM8. V. I). 3. trlcacles of ecclesiastical politics Is that tho Holy See would Iia happy lQ0'nnn.i.olLr.tA.,aro,fay.o,r, .is' wUh"peons Vm.llar with the in"-- Jellico Lump 5Z-9West Virginia Lump $7.00 Straight Creek Lump $7.00 ? SL -- , Headaches, Weak Eyes, Dizziness, Distorted Vision, etc., and wake Reading, Sewing or Close Work a pleasure. Oht Graduate Optometrist will make a careful scientific examination of your eyes and guarantees Correct and Comfortable Glasses. Our Club I'laa enablea you to obtain the best glasses bn a small casn deposit and pay tho balance In convenient weekly payments. 110 COLLECTORS X Relieve ADMIRAL BKNSON. milieu uitun in uuuuu oi liiosa wno Cross of the Military como t0 our Ae,i.SSS M,,na. Th GJ as ureory, ino nig neat. For tho rio8t pnrj they havo but Per Ton of 3,000 Pounds 0I. bt' rtMnln .. uy mu vaguo Jdea; of American life, lnstl- -' nunur to ou iiwiimuu I "iiiiiary Delivered Anyu'licr.0. Trading 1'opo 10 a civii'an. tvjii do coiinarreu tutlons and government. Hence they Stamps Free. FORTUNE TO CHARITY. unon Aumirat wiuiam a. uouauu .'are easily misled brought The last will and testament of chief of Naval Orjeratlons during tho infi.ir.nron whi.h and " mov under . wmii,i . COAL . i,m ' John Adam Hess, prominent Catho- - war. nt at.. ri.4l...l..1 tn Baimnro !., i ,i, . lie resident of Wheeling, who died a on tho first Sunday after Easter. raies of order and 'of rollplon as Twelfth and Wilson short time ago, bequeaths the sum Cardinal 'Gibbons will officiate at tho, won, Wo ar0 specially concerned cnaruaDte insmu- - ceremonv. At thft solemn hirii mass that our catholic immigrants shall City 2(11 o South 273 .tions In that district. f Ritrht Rev. Willlnm T. Russell, npesorvo their faith and In accord- " i,.V been beaueathed to tho the sermon." Tho Grand tCross of the anco wun no loacnings, nccomo fUj citizens. Lot tnom understand Ordo0' for ? upon Ambas-lna- rt that arcord'ng to the terms of the will of Gregorv was bostowod of their duty that tho church Mrs. Josephine R. Lodd. a wealthy Bdor Pontlold. but ihe award of tho U of them wherover -' made a Cardinal is not denied. arts.. A. SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. THE' Loans to those having regular inBEST comes or salary, with no publicity or red tape. LoanB to housekeepers East Breckinridge Her funeral took placo yesterday morning, Rev. Fath hpvtbl Md AhMrail Halls Scltlflei!ly Trns a their personal security. er Donohoo celebrating tho requiem F. R. POOLEY, mass. Dr. Uriah Z. Litsiy Room 1, Courior-JournBuilding, Cliirapodlsl 415 S. Fourth Street. iSSs. Friends and relatives feel Kreat mtSOFT DRINKS 007 sympathy for George J. and Mary 4 "SOUTHERN STAB" Burns Miller, 913 South Soventh Strk ,'!i Some Phone Shawnee get' street, from whom tho Aneol of SLICED BACON ,, HENRY GOSS.,. Death has taKdn their infant daugh nmniTore' "All Ready for Ypnr Griddle la the ter Mary. Tho funeral took placo Morning" Thursday afternoon with Interment Tto Roofs Repaired and"PaSteai In St. Louis cemetery. HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE Asphalt Shingles a Specialty LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. will actually rcatore your Joseph Krohs, aged flftv-tw- o SOU W. Broadway, LoHhrrlUe, Ky. Incorporated years, beloved husband of Katlo GRAY HAIR Krobs, passed away Monday night to its original color-t- he color It w GLORE SECURITY ft LOA n ho fam'lv homi. 524 Eot St. DEAD ANIMALS before It btcntne ray and m grndui CO, Catherine atreot. Ho was a highly laccrporataa. that you. inttiiiatcfrietidsc.inuot detect esteemed member of Paul's church, thcute of nu thing that niodticcd tin HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID A. Lazar, Manager from where tho funeral took placo result, oltltoiigh tbey will be improrse.i Thursday morning. Call Homo Phone City 721; Money Advanced oh Yonr PlaJai Rata with the fact that on are 818 West Jefferson That s the beanlv of usinc Cumb. Phone Main 721. Sunday morning Frank Kraemer, (Second Floor) BRUCELINI5 Don't t.egk-cout son of Fn"k LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. Jr . Lair subjecting yourself to adverse Home Phone City 2967. and Kunlgunda Kraemer. 922 Un- - criticism makes yrm seem ears older dorhlll street, passed Into tho better thm ou really are Yu can ni,t at HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES and eternal life, though all that lovo well have luxunant natural looking JNO. P. MORTON & CO and B'c"l knew was done to protong hair hair you can be prend of All Kinds of Footwear For the hls life hero. Tho funoral took Price SI 00 at nil iltalrrs " INCORPORATED Whole Family ,- -! m ti.i.. niann THE KLLS COMPANY Trinity church, nttended by many Established 1820 -- . Louisville, K. Two HAMBLY'S Store moiirning friends. OFFICE OUTFITTERS SOth and Portland. Shaw. 1716 onmrtrn.. r Tnfcn A.inm 18th and Magazino City 7164 STATIONERS NEGROES AND INDIANS. PRINTERS Vaeth. 1033 South Seventeenth Btreot,' .were held Tuesday morning la tha Lnntnn nnsfnrnl nt ttn rzOTXiK'S rxoviDEirr AHoaca.zs) n, t,t,.t, nr pnm.'a oh,, Incorporatsa ,vna onn nf , ni,iqf m(,mw. Ho ' Catholic hierarchy, read last SunWas rranUad by WtlUuin WWixu day, wo are told that It Is mainly jB survVed by his widow, Mrs. through we shall Im x. m a STABT ONE THIS MONTH WITH THC Phla Vaeth: two sons. John and prove thoeducation thattho Negro and condition of . . 1III1N VllMI II. and four daughters, 9a Tasaltara aad Othw Wmtnn 3Poprty M n? M. Georgo' oberhauser, Mrs. Mil- - ov mallow LOWEST SaVTSC ?0r?,nftUhnr,1?i8,I .o" flred PUster. Mrs, Lottie Bishop and Louisville Bank COLEMAN BUILDING of the Ur--, 4U, 0 that7hey"b --gJvTnhola adreyrKUnlS-"nlr 8. B. COR. THIRD AND Jnrvaunn SUUn JToartk and Central ArCnae, I'ortunlty of which they havo so long Both Phonea Jtif Tue8day mqrnlng funeral services church, as in tIl0 sight of God, CALL US FOR yowr feoys aa rtuttlsa BIT all vm wn, held for Mre. Rosa Spanler. mon v.vjibw mna aee taza.tkt have been redeemed at tho i m osii c..,t, church, of which Bho had Bamo Great price; and all havo need ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE of tho flamQ Bplrltua, Euldanco and ,.. , , . , uuuu u liiiiiuui luuniuor. ' iii ui ,i, health fpr several years, death came iia vr. Brouway, xaunu, asy. hSr '?: w, &PJ ,0 M. Bpan,er Without a murmer. VOU ALL PURPOSES Conducted by the Xavertaa 'Bretawm. Bo35(e3 hor husband she leaves two T a"o 'Uaslcal. SclenUflo aad Buauni Interest of Kentucky Consumers Oil il fri?nn. sisters. Mrs. Anna A. Stolnacker and Company we doIwJraialnB $jtWeli SJTbysaa?! a.nd IndIa,nS T810 Mrs Carrie Barleo three grandlum. Terms xaoderata. loulsvillo Kentucky Miss Sr.ulna-0"nMiss Rosa TaX W$Li iro. aeaJajEla, Tr. cl1I1hfB AnDa A.' spanler and Clayton Long; . ...w.. ... .u0 a Georco Lontr. a HW-- Mrs. Brldeot Davis, widow of Michael Davis and a pioneer mom- nor or St. Paul's church, died Wednesday morning at her homo. 31G $&-- iieaaquartera for WIVL Cm AND FAIUI FROPERTY CONTRACTING PLASTERBR See ua about anything la real estate. We sell, buy and rent BrdQk aad Blooa 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. City SI80 Home Phone City 4464. ourab. m. P. BANNON nc . CORNS,BUNIONS mm - al EPPIJWS 4.rb smgKWitasm a.'.' tggsr 1 v r. t Strt olevpn-vpnr-pi- d rp,i pi,i,i e' WeeRly Savings Club So-CA- "! South IS a I vl' son-in-la- Pn..i,'..0. , "I'l ,?"0tni. S."0,?' n Oil and Grease .. .. .. n, -- ns sSi . sgr-- t.rSSr8f Gen- j 'S&AiSffiSSi demands our attention and our .---. -- "Sh "I'M Home Bowling Alleys SESTn AND WALNUT. . . iu.?r 1 ii :: pabMo mw FRANKEL CO. 'i.1? Sf'JjSLSS J?r cI.ct5 Come ia aad see Its, th. nv ., SMOKE iTARPY'Sl lady Dash 10c Little A J. 5c i w VVIESMAN & COBLE, Phoae City 0680. NO RED TAPB TRY XtiE rxx-- """"' uso-$15,0- 00 roirw Best Livestock Market South of the Ohio Eiver ' cently. KING OPTICAL COMPANY Eyesight Specialists U34 West Mark.t Street, KX Tleor In Zoll'n 81mm Star. vms?2rm LiAF'PtLL h THAT wt IKED ERHART ARCHITECT & .. awaMBndHM MEJjc?x.svn." iM f .. -3 They rork like a charm. Every box sola to satisfy or your inopey refunded. In H. W. Qarntr Fwrth NORTON BUILDING ' fin N 4lttnt 3f fit package. OPPOSES SUNDAY MOVIES. FAtLXXO JIKALTH. PERSHING BREAKS GROUND. Cardinal Gibbons In a recent la Gen, John J. Pershing,, attonaea- torvlow declared that while he was Rlgai Rev. J. M. Ketutotka, B. D., by his staff and assisted by the in favor of Suriday sports, he was Blsfce-- ef SuBperior, la stBI at the jrumuiuB ny ictonwuu cuhiiuihdo, i opposea io mo oponiHR oi muTiK Bacrea Heart Bamtarinm m SHI' broke ground for the new $1,500.-OP- Picture theaters on Sunday. "I amlTanhe, and his health ta set Is. St. John's Hosnltnl. which is in favor of outdoor exercises for prormr as aaa aeea lefjssiws'. soon to be erected in Tulsa, Okla. children," the Cardinal said, "for !a .such exorcises they will see a pletare QfWn 3WW JUBILEE FOR IOWANS. thAt will wove them to worship their The people of Iowa will on Maroh Creator aad inspire 'their eonls t L. N. Pearfman. who is recognized a ceiearac? 100 seveniy-iui- R anni raise from aatttre to nature's God. ss one of Louisville's best opticians, :r of Stteh eaerelMt are well calcalatad to heretofore located oa West Broadpromote the health ot the neole. way, has opened the ".House of OpState into the TJaloa. Sunday is about the only flrae tical Service" at MS West JefferAn AMBRIAX CONOMMM. our UMtonaar men ;aa wftmen can e- - son street. Here he will rarry tha The first C areas ot ike UaMediW aeh rjertlvn i opnoee mev- - ftaest ana most miaow eye alaases on Sunday heeause tt. aad Mtieal rooda, aa4 Me States aiitW the nuWiHn ws l ' ' tlae eoavened oa Marek 4, eoamiersiaHs tha Svadar." " ateelt ( jnrtby. O' i i" "u" " cwii" the ennaron ot Maiono u'"wi among The money will bo used to 'Admiral Benson is tho first to be hjesslngsf tnldau?ib2?Srt Iea . uiauo 10 ua Aiiiuricuit. an upright. Chrlstiaa life. XUUka4 i t ISM I Best Cigars JHadei BOURBON STOCK YARD " COMPANY m. mm Slweeto IUXTIbWTLLB, ! f444 We Puj', Sell ndi Quote All Issues Of KY. j LIBERTY B0NB5 1 Watch. Crystals .Fjed 90o Watch aad Jewelry Kepalrtosj in Any OaHtomiMtiwi Or Amount. Tbt XiMai Jewalry Shop SOUTH FOURTH AVlf. Meat to Rex Theater OfM BrMiasjs VmUl P. J& 4S Wakf field & 4eMMMM ? If 1T. 0 cs? yjfewfcfeJ'iaw''- - ' HZBE)3cacvcro:ecY xfritisixi. AawEEicAsaty. ' X J.BAcmjagH We Give mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmtmammummummmmmmm&i mm HERMAN STRAUS Investment I and Redeem Surety Coupons. INHERE is no mystery about the 7 per cent preferred stock of Louisville Gas and JSlectric Company jg"gyiMUf. f X 2 We Give and Redeem Uold Trading Stamps. DO YOU KNOW mom OUR Facts In Plain I Household Club Plan? Convenient and Dignified Method of Purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred lil Payments, The outstanding features of this method are tts convenience la making purchases without any considerable outlay of cash. Tho advantage of buying oa tho Club Plan during oar rarlous sales AT SALE PRICES. Whatever Is tho prloo of tho , goods to a cash or a charge customer, that la also tho prlco to a Household Club Plan customer Thcro Is positively bo advance Thcro aro no "confidential arrangements." It la conducted upon aa open basis with a fixed schedule of rates. Tho first payments and the monthly payments aro tho samo to all. niinAMC WUUrulia Language or the reasons why it is a splendid investment. AN ILLUSTRATED descriptive circular, which we will be glad to send you, will be found decidedly interesting. WHY NOT BUY! WHEN YOU CAN SAVE? THE BIG zr wCapQATeO " SONS MARKET STMCT ' J I J, J '4 UNDERWEAR rib Cooper's spring needle cottea bed cotton; comes in cream or rib! whltft nr orflftm cntnr- - a I. on 3 white, sizes 36 to 46; $3.00 qual- 34 to 46: S3.50 aualltv: Monclav ity; Monday, spocial suit.. $2.30 special 92.79 94.00 Wool Mixed Ualoa 93.00 Wool Bllzed Shirts and Suits $230. Drawers 9239 Bristol make; heavy gray, Famous Glastonbury make; wool mixed; these garments are flno heavy gray; wool mixed; $ known for their softness and nonshrinkable; sizes up to 60; jt comfort; sizes 34 to 46; 94.00 3.00 quality; Monday special, 2 quality; Monday special. . .9230 9239 93.00 Velastlo Rib Fleece Uatos 31.00 Cotton Rib Shirts and t Drawers $1.25. BUltS EiU, Heavy cotton ribbed; ecru or The genuine velastie make: white: splendid make; sizes up soft and plenty ot comfort; sizes to 46; best $1.50 quality; Mon- up to 46; standard $3.00 seller; m oa e) day special 91.25 Mnnrlnv anApfol S2JSO Wool MIto1 Khlrt. ud 94.00 AlMVool Shirts and Drawers 93.30. Drawers 91.79. Famous Glastonbury make; Heavy gray wool mixture; flno Australian lamb wool; non- - sizes up to 60; 2.50 quality; $ shrlnkablo; sizes up to 50. .9830 iuvuubjt OJJUU1BI .91.7V of SALE FOR MEN CUTS HIGH COST. ffi9 Kf) 93.00 Union Suits 92.30. vmv TTitvM duiui A uuiuu f..ti .. Splendid quality heavy -a r. J V m f y T, 5 f imnri) A DUKE I I innnivcWTnri tin Dl Wi un un v wiwu- AM C ICTflWPBS - T w mt&44&$4&4Wf'&&' Organized Men i lt0 Equipped and Operated Practical Business VISION off THIS DIRECT investment invites your interest and merits not on fancy promises. STABILITY AND SUBSTANTIAL cash returns, regularly paid every three months, are two features commending this security to the careful investor. I I ... J ) NO RAISE IN satH ........ For Maximum Service Us?. men who know the requirements ern business and who dally are applying tyatnowledge constructively in render- pKie best service control and manage of mod- PRICES. The following prices are just and allow us only a fair profit Ask Our Investment Department For the Facts WHY PAY MORE? Our Service and Workmanship Are A No. 1 Men's 2 Piece Suits, $1 50 Suits Pressed. Only 50c Men's 3 Piece Suits, $1.75 Neckties 10c each, 3 for 25c t Jts Trust Company. I You should receive the benefit of Louisville Gas A X & Electric Co. WE ARE RESPONSIBLE Established Over Tweuty-flv- o this service. Incorporated in Kentucky. Years. ! FidelitWand Columbia Trust Co. I T 311 Weit Chestnut Street, H. M. BYLLESBY & COMPANY, FISCAL AGENTS. Puis Cleaning' and Dyeing' Co. Both Phones 2635. Wo Call For nnil Deliver. 421 W. Chestnut uin uuiiuiug The. Oldest Trust Company in the South. 4k !. U a Cnaftl iwuiiii amW uu hwiu nw St aa w ' ttttMittmfftttim ' JOHN B. RATTERMAN If You Are an Employer OR Where the QuicK Meal Comes In Where tho home b brightest t Where the work lightest; Where the meal cooked best; Where the range stasda tho tent where That's the "Quick Meal" comes n Satisfaction In Eyeglasses Every pair of Glasses that we furnish so thoroughly satisfies the wearer that be recomendj our service to his friends. We guarantee complete satisfaction. Superior Deep Curve Lenses, with any mounting in stock, case and cord complete $4.50 Small Shelltex Kims 75c Extra We fill your oculist's prescription or duplicate your old lenses. No charge for examination. SACRED HEART ACADEMY, Th Urralia. Boarding1 aad XMgr SeLool Tor Qlrla aaA Towns Worn. XjOUXSVXXiXJS, XT. High Moral and Intellectual Stand arda. Catalogue Sent Free. Addreait Secretary, Saored Heart Actdesiy, 3110 Cberoke Drive, LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY oBil FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 WEST JWARtfET STREET Phones Shawnee 1x43. Cumberland West 1107a. AndJNeed a Girl Worker, If You Are Main 3359 a Girl Worker City 3359 And Need a Position ' H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors . CALL US Women's Activities, National Catholic War Council OXSSOS1TS SZXA, jSd'mS.r sei9rS. JLouisri!U.JQp 057 Soath Foarth S.t. East Side Fourth, Near Broadway. CAM1LLE DETERT, Employment Bureau. MASTER. MOVIE riCTURE. and Embalmers. Tclcphono 1022 a rcrcwtm k cnir vii, ta. Qaiek Meal Gas Raaies Sold, IastalleJ anUHiihly RaeemniaaiUrf Where work U done Where cooktag real tea; Where b&klsg g!v-light; Whore dredge Is' sight where That's "Qalck Meal" fr l ....... uinii tilt. W 215 MARKET ST. STEPHEN EVERIN. OOO 12. BROADWA THOMAS KEEN AN ..TJrcBJRAX, mRECTOR.. Msia JSJS-T. tnSJkmx&Afn. S1' -- .AOtTSTHESUH- -l LtttiftaC ftYllW " -- .?: mWUSZt. ake8 ? euy. ruminates boiling, 2rcH whitens clothes. For all fabrics from the coarse t to tho bmi all grocenj' and department utores. Do not accept substitutes. use Hand It cuts oil and Cleaner. grease. t0 bands. mmVSFS'' ataSIO SOAP PXODTJOTS CO. jiiturpoiaieti LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY ?h0xJK? ". 19. it Tho entire community Is mourning the passing, at tho ago ot years, Stephen ot fcvenn, who succumbed to old age Saturday night at his home, 2933 South Third streot. Deceased was a natlvo of County Wlcklow, Ireland, but came to this country In his youth and had lived in Louis-vill- o years. Beabout seventy-fiv- e sides his widow ho is survived by a son, Michael H. Everin; six daughters, Misses Margaret, Esslo and Anna Mao Everin; Mrs. J. P. Lyons, Covington, Ky.; Mrs. R. P. Cochran, Eastwood, Ky., and Mother Su perior Barbara, El Paso, Texas, and three granddaughters, Mary and Alice Everin and Mary Cochran. Tho funeral, which was largely attended, was held from Holy Name church Tuesday morning, Father John O'Connor celebrating the high mas3. eighty-seve- n NECKTIES 10c Cleaned and Pressed. SWISS Cleaners and Dyers 617 Fourth Ave. Phono 2207 NEW ALBANY. PonnAK fPTiA 1529 WEST Tomorrow afternoon and evening and Monday and Tuesday nights tho people of Louisville will have another opportunity to seo another of the master productions of tho Catholic Art Association, "Tho Transgressor," a nine-removie picture Olty that compares favorably with any ot our thrillers. It will he shown at St. William's Hall. Thirteenth and Oak, tho admission being thirty-fiv- e cent3 at night and fifteen at matinees. "The Transgressor" is a picture very similar to many pictures shown in our thea-torbut is treated ot in a Catholic 717.7ia B. OflKftTNBT way. Tho plot is based on the relations between capital and labor, a I i UIH subject in itself highly Interesting because of tho times in which we are living. el MARKET STREET Funeralf Director and .Embalmer lamBVThlM, KX. '! s, Ml HOLY HOUR, yjM DOUGHERTY & McELLIOHi lilt tfrH-frMiO- t LENTEN DRAMA. "Tho Mystic Rose," a Lenten drama, will be given at Holy Rotiary auditorium. Fourth streot and Park avenue, seven nights by playort of i Hoiv iin.nrw AH.mv AiMm Tho first performauce will bo given March 0. Other performances will be March 11. 14. IB. 18. 21 anrt 23. aV fr ta Casper Hopponjonn, a tne zm. ino names oi me ims- daughters. "Rvftrv WflAb' tlnv 1t1tifp Tnnt thnvA nativo ot New Albany, aged fifty slonarles and tho order of services in fraternal will bo announced later. P,1,0"11110",1 will be tho Way of tho Cross or a years. was also a mem- sermon, beginning promptly at and ,abr SHELBYVILLE. 12:30 o'clock and lasting ten min bor ot St. Mary's. utes, at St. Michael's church, Brook Lenten services aro held in tho McCarthy a director. strret. Tho pastor Invites tho genChurch of tho Annunciation at public to these services, which eral on Sunday evenings, for Patrick H. McCarthy, of Toledo, all should appreciate. has been made a director ot recon which tho pastor, tho Rev. Vincent struction work of the Knights of Co- Sclola, has asked other clorgymon PRESENTS DIPLOMAS. presenco ot an interested lumbus, his appointment beiny rati- - to preach. Tho Rev. Charles P. in the imtiini.inf rn Wanocfino Anninn. i flod at a meeting of the IC. ot C. Raffo. pastor of St. Charles church Vernon Hall. Story avenue, Miss Committee on War Activities hold at In this city and a onnoted pulpit February 29 . ! w ir l,ejh.iiv. iihr niarv r .1.. wiiii i. iiiRfm Fivinr n. ho PnmmnilnrA HofftU NfiW York speaker, will preach rourse ot lTisfri"Hons In homo nurs- - C'ty. McCarthy has been a super- and March 7, tho second and third forthQ Pa5l Sundays ot Lent. tax, areeeated diplomw to the mat- - ylBOr for tho K,of juuin, uuoiMiua i t. "o . ".- I llRra n( Ihn rloau UMin nnmniiuul , ..VI two vw .Ww FT,. U....vVWW no MV.U w A DOMINICAN PUPDLS WIN. course. An aDDroDrlate and Bleas- - vosi. Mt.. uojiBiimym no iuo tj "" nt nvnrplaoa vrna nlon rOCt COmPriSOS thO HtateS Of Ne Inir nrnfrrnmmn braska. Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, In a spelling contest held at Ltn arranged for tho evening. New Mexico, Colorado and tho coin, Neb., under tho auspices of HARVEY-JELLIC-O tho Lancaster County Teachers' As EVANSVILLE. sociation, two pupils from St. 'I tlov. Father Hillenbrand, pastor PANEOVRIC OF ST. PATRICK. Patrick's parochial school won first of St. Boniface church, Evansville, ontrfes (lNCOrO!U.TX honors out of seventy-seve- n who has been seriously 111 with The Very Rev. Peter E. McQlnnls, from all ot tho county schools, the pneumonia for over a week, is re Carported Bllghtly Improved and hopes General of tho Order of Calced New- winners being Margaret Harlahlll Compt.njr Witk the and Strvicr. and Loretto Qlanzer. St, Patrick's wiiiia melltes and well known in aro kola for his recovery, pastor of St. Mary ot the Knobs, lorK ana mo eastern omius, m school Is taught by the Dominican Wajok Jne L,um fvom Eaeewra Kmrnimokj. ,$7.0 9MMnta near New Albany, and before going preach the panegyric of St. patnex Sisters of Springfield. Ky,, and eiallvevael ; 0.00 pw teat at yards. ot St. to his present charge. Father Hll- - on March 17 in the Church recent there are three Loulsvlllo nuns In Rdme. Until his tenDraaa. ma an exienaea trip 10 PatrUla as General of the Carmelites anionic the number Sisters Agalta mt Flftcmth TanUtoeastod imi'.A. the Holy Land, from where he election JCaao4l.:Ywl anil Callsta, da "filters of, Mr. J. J. Sister Helen Marie rv 4veattar Father McQIaaie wm PreeMeat of Kavaaaga wiAi aavAral yrarel d Kteratwr, Ffm aaal Fayiea ItyeWto. ': " tare for the Keataeky Irlak.'Ajaee- - the Frleade ef Iriaa frnaiai la niece of Mr. aad " Mrs. Taewae ; ' ABtenea, I Lfaea. caa. LENTEN NOON SERVICE. For tho Holy Hour services on finnv trin Thursday evenings during Lent at first of tho week In New Albany, ' St. Louis Bertrand's church. Mrs. taking from both Holy Trinity and Fred Harig, tho organist, will havo St. Mary's parishes some of their special music. a g,de8t nd nY.n MISSION AT ST. PAUL'S from Holy Trinity were Mar- a&ed Ighiy;,"e' "d Hn SDoIa,J; Among tho Lenten missions to be "enry K?tIor, Bed Mrs. Caroline Fetter, wlto of Peter conducted by tho Passlonlst fathors Fetter, was a membor of St. Mary's will bo ono at St. Paul's church, this church, and loft five sons and two city, beginning March 21 and ending !? woo 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, I Funeral X Directors and Embalmers I BOTH PHONES. SOOS-- a Cumb. Mala MMMII . lWM Hoe e Mity IMHIHIIIimiUHtMUnilHHfl i9Wi i iS)SS)S(iiafla)SOa)ta)a3t)aaja)aajtga)ajin ANDERSON LUMBER ; GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH PROP. Shel-byvll- lo Sash CO Broadway i Funeral Director and Embalmer! and lit St. I - - -- -, BOTH PHONES 810. I I '.' i ALL LUMBER ji UNDER ROOF J4.U 11 1 SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE ITS. i COAL CO. tkt JVVtVbMVV1VWVVtVVMVVtVVV BOaUFnOMK8S I Tkt Cel J. l. Sflp ff W Cl FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. DAKKC1I3 . i- CUMBERLAND MAIN Wm. A 1--al AMH UlN2:i s. ad atijt :-'''. !- Bo4hSk4aaSUirad. 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