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MSH HERTMONEY Tho AMERICAN rHlWr UfMtf Lnfuiftt KTery Drirer an Macort Tarieafe & TrMatar isoo Incorporate M tdAJM I VOLUME XLIV.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1920. PRICE PIVE CENTS. CELEBRATION " MULLIGAN Unjustly Forgotten Irish Rorohrtiow ary Individual Rendered V0- uoblo Service. 1 Of fit. Patrick's Day to Ilo World Influence That Will Cohrtc-Jeiu- Bolect Q Wide and Ireland's Hopes '"v Brighter. Tho Elovc'a Republican Nominee. ' JteqHests and Demands Prom iUl Parts of tlio Globe For Justice Lcslngtoa .IUt and V Hhorlff Wiw tlio Tnisted Friciid of Goorgo Rosh Cauao of Troubjo V For For Erin". Washington and Alexaadav Hamilton. local Celebration Under Auspices of A. O. If. and Friends of Irish Near Mayor's OnUa Board Dream of tho Two MUllea Dollar River . v' Freedom. CHIEF o7' . a T.H., jtiy ft Headed New. York City Consadttrxs of Safety and Defeated Tory Element. "l FATHER WALSH THE ORATOR, PETTy .EXPLANATION. WAS A NATIVE OF DIKLAKD. .Mr Louisville )Hfald, jrhlch vfos Siotho and Times Courier-Journal, Hort-Searc- V ' n v Tho following very interesting and important historical sketch i taken entirely from a lecture by In aa'yerttslriR 'and boosting the forMichael J. O'Brien,' tho well known tunes (of Bosa 'Toba Hert, now anv historiographer oC tho American nounces that the ma Irish Historical Society, of whicb chine wlt Jujf&ayejrjho Job oi nam- Judge Matt O'Dohcrty, James B. InnHnc Mia nlovan pAnKfillrnn nnmtv v Thompson and Dr. William B. Do noes In the etwsn Congressional FALL IN THE MARKBERLIN WANTS SPECIE. horty, Sr., aro tho Kentucky memdistricts this fall and tho Herald Two sanaVlch boys displaying an advertisement for the buying ot bers, and will prove Interesting boldly anaouncpa ' Unit Republican t arrangements gold and silver TmKJt ptecea, offer! us elevon paper marks for ono silver reading: leadere are" piece. J Hercules Mulligan was bom &t whereby there wlltfbo only ono can. and 3C0 marks for Coleraino, County Antrim, Ireland, didato in each district. Thl3 means 7 in tho year 1740. His grandfather that "Hertmoneyr' which was tho pony up for this brldgo would bo camo from Mayo. The family were watchword ot' theRepublJcan con- two million slmoleons. A mere of nobh) ancestry and are montiesed vention, will also;M the controlling bagatelle! Of course somo peovlsh Hy affairs, and in Burkes recrago as bards to Ut9 factor In future AMERICAN'S APOLOGLl. Macushla". . .Dormod McMurrough persons will resent tho Idea of the O'Reillys as early as the ninth centho convention iijgclpking ratified near Mayor's dream, Mlsa Roso Henley. say that and tury. Hercules was in business In Searcy ac The following romarkablo state- the aeloction ot Ces Chairman, per- wo have enough connecting bridges Trio.. "Let Erin Remember". Mooro Now York before the year 1705 as his with Jeffersonvllle and Now Albany manent Campajjai Mli Lillian Trudeau, Edward J. ment has been recolved from H. R. Job consist ho was mado a Freeman of the city principally ot hand- now. Wo hopo though Wolfe, Rov. Patrick Walsh. that Brown, VIco President on Octobor 1 ot that year. of tho ling tho campaign fttnda In overy Hut Mrs. Fred Harlg, Accompanist. bo discouraged and will won't brother Hugh was so designated on answer State or go ahead with his dream bt a tow Audience Friends of Irish Freedom, in by eno-- campalgp, Preajaeutlal, "God Savo Ireland" January 31, 1769. Herculca MulliAs .Chairman ot the million otherwise. Tho Committee of 'Arrangements mica of liberty. upon him dollar brldgo. It will fit in gan Is mentioned often in Now York 1b a Air. and sole well with his water Is as follows. General Chairman, widely known citizen BrownMacon State Central'1 terminals and tho papore aa living near Water street Thomas Walsh; hall and decoration, whoso Americanism canof ,not ho dispenser ofeamaalgn- fuqds which beautiful civic center. You rememduring tho year 1772. Ho was bo tho big bosr will got from Wall ber tho S. J. MeElllott, Robert E. Hesslon, talk which Smithy and Davo lover of British rule, and was a street nnd th m6npyc& Interests tho M. J McDermott; entertainment, challenged. been scored, mombor of thp Sons ot llborty, and, "I havo criticized and Republican party .aCfalR? "will be Roso used to unload through tho Rov. Patrick Walsh, Mrs. Fred civic Herald about ItoOk Port in tho Battlo of Qoldcn. frowned upon," ho wrote, "by somo confined tojtke dieiatta or two men. center to be tho beautiful livery built out of tho pooplo of Macon for my efforts to None other aecxLafrfly, and thus tho HiIlJn Juno, 1770. This was m tho on Center street. From glvo tho peoplo of Macon tho facta torritox bounded by John, Wltltam, machine d&fles the stables to Broadway was going toJefbe Pnltnn likid Pearl streets. about tho conditions in Ireland, and Stato primary, law and iel3 the rank ferson could my connection with tho Lochren and file ottfc&.,Rpublie'Cri party to ono big esplanade where wo lights A folidv"- member was William promenade under dazzling organized to assist Ireland to keop off 'j Mooney, whi? founded tho Tammany lwsv delegates Aloxandor Hamilgain her independence. I wish to conYentloaij duxiiny Society In and and beautiful flowers, and there la New York in 177 Bay hero that my ton was cent Fat for wore to be gondolas aCenter Venllo up and by his fatheiW10 bo educated at were direct descendants of Amos Hert aa4, Srybutr'togh on tho floating of negro down peddlors street as wo coal Columbia). He Brown, of England, and came to Republican Virho Slight want to Instead Kings College ( have now. That was suro a beautiAmerica In 1C36, and wero tho first think wa3 but seven teciHte?S ? ago- - " ful dream and wo hopo that our to ?7 Tho sK7 pt4ttt Republican Stato settlers In Rhode Island, and later father sent a cargo My conyentl'wfrtiaftifr Z.OflO'chAJrS. prop- near Major will return with a few In for that education. IfHWP - . de Western Massachusetts. more of these Oulja board dreams mother was a Mason. Her uncle. erty ot ;ilwgWky State Fair, as about two scribes him as his earl leatk.'..': REV. PATRICK WALSH. .million dollar bridges, Major Gen. Mason, was in command publUhe4ftKSlMly In lWt columns and that clnsn frlendRhtli cnnrBfeJI civic centersfotc. Nothing comes of at the battle of Saratoga. Her ot tha'ltirtiRJflsh. American, has them, until Hamilton's death. HamlUl . . Who will deliver address. thoy give us a few good grandfather, John Leland, a Bapjtfot but In the hearty and private papers prove ino trutn ot laughs. theso statements. Hamilton llvodat minister n Virginia, waaaJCeoB of StHWpHHBing tbo farmorsi feJUneas& lies tho head, In, favor' of Chd freedom of, Ireland that wears a w1uVaTadlk2fHHK3ir ld(.ijnf. noli- Henry Mulligan's house. jMaa-thrfinha 'tliaCttin'ff.ImhAhfliax- Alioihfeflfeffeillceunl,, 'tlcs i n ' liBrTietoa-ffnlrl- i Hamilton Elected n Son of Liberty. .' rT'talvi formgnd Col. Petty Is'' marking rived for her to take her placo My grandfather, Fair, Promdtors of every large In 1774 at a meeting ot the Sons tho Mayflower. among tho nations of tho earth. Tho election, tho Capt Daniel Brown, was at tho batof Liberty hold at what Is now Ann concorts and bthors given at tlmo untjLhones Presidential Rcnubll- world war poaco conforenco has Whon he that If tho street and Broadway, Mulligan and tle of Bonnlngton, Vermont, and tho Armory and other places Have brought satisfaction and contentwin BbsfkHert will get him a captured twelve British officers, tak- been forced to rent cha'rs, butthe cansright away Hamilton weer elected to ment to many dlfforent races, the that will relieve him PRESIDENT OF LEAGUE OF NA- ship and the latter mode membering them to his homo on parolo and Republican machine, which Is tho Job his first tho Poles, tho worries of tho Keystone popublic speech at this gathering. A took care of them until tho end of apostlo of reform, stoops to tho of tho Tho TIONS. tho Armonlans all enjoy- Chief has found out to war, and at Ills own expense. potty graft of using Stato property. lice. tho committee which Irish tng tholr freodom, and only Iroland Leon Bourgols. elected first Pres- James Duano waslncludod tho to go Only one of these officers over re- Wo havo waited In vain to read the his sorrow that aftor three years appointed now etands enslaved, and that ono England to live. Ono of resolutions of ..protest from tho his Keystone police aro still dis- ident of the Leaguo of Nations. Ho as representative to tho Continental turned to of tho nations who claims to have these, Major Gen. Henry Rowe. mar- Men's Federation in regard to abuso guised moTormen and conductors, was Minister of Stato and also a Congress in Philadelphia. On Octofought for tho freodom of tho smallho was bor 20, 1774, that Congress dratted ried a daughter of Capt. Daniel of tho people's rights, but not a and ho might' add that If old boys member of tho War Council. day, er nations. Thus St. Patrick's REV. JOHN O'CONNOR, Non - Importation Brown, my grandfather, my Aunt whimper has como from the goody there twenty ears the a Agreement. hopes and fu 1920, finds Ireland's NOT FEASIBLE. of Lucy, who moved to Canada and goody boys who used to bo busy Mould still bo good bell clnngers Amongtho Irish delegates who eyo as novor be- President Local Branch Friends ture In tho public mid transfer punchers. To add to Irish Freedom, signed it wore John Sullivan Lynch, raised a large family. While I am agents when Democrats wero In tho Chiof'a misery, tho fore and many predict that tho Board of Tho public at large has shown a Thomas McKean, James Duano and originally of English blood, I am powor. To add Insult to Injury, Safety xrowlnff domand for'hor reward will selected him to try and patch disposition to aid tho street railway tho two Rutlcdges, Charles Thompall American, bo granted before tho end of tho Harlg, Robort E. Hesslon, John J. now proud of It. and firmly believe these thousands ot chairs were haul- up the row between the Pollco De- company In Its retrenchment meas- son, of Derry, Ireland, wrote tho I ed back and forth from tho State Barry; tickets and finance, John A. and present year. newspapers. It Tho Now York Prothat Ireland today is tho worst gov- Fair buildings right past tho home partment and tho "boner" was play- ures, but tho suggestion that tho Agrcomonts. Tho day will bo ceiobrated In Jlartln, T. J. Langan, John A. West Chestnut street and Seventh vincial Congress mot soon atter and erned country on tho face of tho ot Rov. M. P. Hunt, that apostle of was realized that a door and ushers, Charles J. every cllmo by gatherings of Irished In having tho calcium light street car lines bo abolished is not appointed a commltteo of abc to carfrankly say, I would Just reform who used to prowl during men and their descendants, the An Flnnegan, John F. Burko, T. J. earth, andsoon of light dis- thrown on our "hick" coppors and going to prove a popular one. Tho orders ot cient Order of Hibernians, tho Langan, L. D. Meany, Thomas about as culture bo under tho rule ty- tho Tenderloin and red administra- tho Chlo,f usod a gathering of tho West Chestnut street lino Is very ry out tho these were tho Continental Congress; as under British John. Dekmeyv tricts under Democratic ar- German Lynch; T. P. Keogan; special men to square tho row. convenient, to many residents of tho j. Totton. Romsou, Van Dams, Bick.- former barn Johnrangomonts, Matt J .O'Brien, John ranny. I am strongly in favor of tions. Somebody page Messrs. Lock-har- t, The Chief failed to toll that his deo West End especially ana tno uest er and Hercules Mulligan. On M. Itlley and Thomas J. Dolan. At- tho Monroe doctrine. It Is a notice son, Meddls, Stoll, Gernort, to Shawneo Park. Tho talk of vombor 20, 1774, the citizens met In Chandlor and others of tbo partment Is not only holding tho torney Thomas Walsh, the General to tho nations of Europo to keep out news ot robberies burglaries Chairman, has worked unceasingly of America; If wo Join tho League Men's Federation and ask them from the press, butand fooling the abolishing tho Seventh street car tho City Hall (now the site ot tho is nearness the of wwl appointed a to make tho colobratlon a success, of Nations we practically invito what they think of tho seizure of pollwi themselves, a.s all of the rob- lino because line the tho veriestofkind Is Committee of Safety, Mulligan being' being assisted by Rov. John A. them to join us, and wo will grad- State Fair property by tho Republi- beries nnd crimes are not being pub- - Sixth street of bosh. Thoro aro several streets a member. Public opinion wae dl- pastor of Holy Namo ually como under European domina- can machine, and wliilo on the sub- I. A. TWELVE O'Connor, past boventn street sit tho church and President of tho local tion. You that want to may all hlftj ject what do they UUnk of tliemany INheri in tho Dally Police Bulletin. that do not run Magazine, Oawthon, vlded, and In Tori element, who west, or east, wero much th majority, seemed and ntany gambling srandnlK of tho As branch of tho Friends of Irish Free- up with John Bull and court for instanco the story of tho Florence Place, Oldham, FlBral Ter- to have tho most able men on. tholr company, nut as suro as late ue win t "reform" administration? dom, and they havo called a final s rob!ory was not race and Duraesnil stroot, and tho side, and much tho best ot tho arguIt l amusing to see.tho Louisville mooting for report of committees finally toss you with his horns. BeWhy? would next Monday night at Ilortrand Hall. ware tho Bull! Our ancestors gave Herald, tho Bingham press and published in tho Bulletin. Loxlngton. residents ot atheso sections halt to ment in pamphleteering and other Goorgo Thompson, of square and a forms of controversy. Dr. Wilkes, S. J. MeElllott, tho Chairman of tho all they bad and shed tholr Mood to others trying' to gull the public Into Tenn., was assaulted and robbed have to walk lino. Then To reach' Hall and Decoration Committee, has bo free from tho British yoke. yoke, believing that "Howdy Ed" Morrow right outside tho City Hall Tuesday again- tho Sixth street car car lino is a noted Tory, published a pamphlet at this time tho Seventh street created a great camo through with flying colors in promisod a big bmrprlsc In tho way put our necks back In that night, the stranger within our gates tho only direct lino to tho ball park, sensation, and that a hard attack for was of decorations and bunting for tho called tho League of Nations, would tho Lockott mob case. Somo people putting up an awful battle and which Is In oporatlon six months in the patriot party to answer. HowInhavo boen fooled and a few outsldo halL and says It will bo a memora- bo an act of treason to American page pasnphlot Tho company should ever a seventy-eigh- t papers havo beon quoted as saying raised a lot ot nolso, thinking some tho year. dependence." ble showing In local Irish and bravo guardians the history. Reserved ncats that tho uovernor uaniuea inc situa- of our come from Central of5tatlonlaw withdraw this unfair suggestion at appcarod as a reply, which created In once. would a greater furore and was talked ot tion perfectly. But the storm of tho City. Hall LENT IN IRELAND. are now on salo and can bo obtained rescue. But in all of the Colonies, It defended criticism from Lexington, Paris, nothing ilolng. to thewas ono movie from Robert E. Hesslon, Financial This tho patriot side warmly, but tho auRov. Father Vaughn, S. J.. In a Vorsailes and that entire section Is picture struggle whoro tho villains Secretary of tho Friends of Irish thor's namo did not. appear os It. Freedom, or at tho office of- - tho London Lenten sormori, said that enreading broadcast, and for proof came out on top, our visitor coming Robert Troop and Hercules, Mulll Kontucky Irish American. "nowhore in tho world had ho seen of this ono only needs talk to a res out loser to the tune ot a purse of aro tbo authorities who state that Lent observed In tho really earnest ident or somo one who has been in money and a ?40 watoh. Tho o It was the work of Alexander Hamspirit In which it is observed In Ire- that section the past two weeks. MASON WILL STAND. retho Keystone pollco ilton. The latlor wrote It at Mulliland." Those of ua who know Ire- - Tho people there know tho real de- spondof was probably because to thoro gan's house. tails of this negro brute's horrlblo was an impbrtant discussion ot tho "They can't chloroform my child After tho Battlo of Loxlnirtea. or while I am around," said Represent- people flock to early mass daily and, ' crime, and thoy blame Morrow for proper duties of motormen and conApril 19, 1775, Now York ww ex. ative Mason, of Illinois, in an ad- beginning with Asa weanesuay, tno laiaiities oi mo nop, auu was ductors or possibly thoy wore all In THOMAS WALSH. Tho citizens mot and apcited. dress to tho Friends of Irish Free- dfiiiv vinitn tn tho nartah church are mishandling ot tho situation an uproar, because of tho funny pointed a Commltteo of One HunChairman General Commute of dom, reforring to his resolution mado and there are Lenten services caused by his desire to mako a dred, men ot eminence, to takrf Arrangomonts. ovenlng of tho week. It has lory play with the public and the stories and quips of one of the getponding in Congress, indorsing tho say Is always charge ot tho city's affairs, MulHgaa Irish republic. "Wo had to fight been over thus In Ireland. It was so negro Republican voters, 'i nis mucn ting offwho thoy Hosfettor almanac Jokes being among those selected. He was tbo Great Britain for our freedom." Ma- In the pona days, when there was a Is certain, no Republican campaign Frlonds of Irish Freedom riddles station houne ono of tho signers to a call for a Friendly Sons of St, Patrick, all son continued, "and Ireland will price on tho head of the priest rommlttoe will over book Morrow and call itaround the of his prize barnl, one Provincial Congress on April 1, section, which (they uniting In honoring tho day at tho havo to do Jlkowise. When I Intro- Many besides Father Vaughan havo .for a epeech n that prppaganda conundrums being. "Why does a 1770. Ills associates included leaae Umo enlisting tho support of duced a resolution In the Snato to paid tribute to tho forvor of tho will prqve that the tmeworjd in behalf of Erin. IJoro frett Cuba I was called a traitor. But Seriously Law, Captain Isaac Sears, Alex. observance ot Lent. The late sued by tho Bingham press, Louis- - chicken cross tho street?" going too the crooks are Llsponard, Broome, LudMoran, ot Australia, de- villa Herald and the others does not speaking, the mon right at the door Vn Louisville tbo Ancient Order of the resolution regarding Ireland will CardlnaJ low, Walton, Remsen, Lott. Murray, Old far. Robbing and tho Friends of Irish go through. They may put off tho scribing a Good Friday npont In reveal tho truthful situation. ghow-- of tho City Hall may be followed by Hibernians Burling, Van Cortlandt, Detaaeejr, Freedom, will celebrato with a liter- mattor from day to day, but it is Pubjin, paid: "Jt was a fine, brlBbt "Howdy Ed" Is In for another The Committee of One Hundred met day In that In and the Keystbnors as beg parary entertainment at Bortrand Hall going to bo passed. Tho desire of spring rtay. 'ct there was a somber down glvo tho nextuneasyor two Shor-I- robbing out of the station thoy come on July 7 of tho same year and aptime. him an oa Wodnesday evening, tho feature England to rulo othor peoplo Is go- gloom aroUnd. Tho counienapcos will ' pointed from their number a ComRoss wants him to sign tho bill don, wo mean barn. programme to bo an address ing to got her Into sorlous trouble. of the peoplo fieemed to have a sadet tho mittee of Secrecy and Inspection, Today, Her Hopes She ba.s mado a mes of things In dened roverenco for tho day I never approving tho raise In salaries of on tho "Iroland of Mulligan being again selected. In EDUCATIONAL. by Rev. Patrick Walsh, India. Why can't England do tho noticed anywhore e!o In the world. his deputies and clerks. Tho Hert' ad Future." August the Provincial Congress di' church, a samo with Ireland as tho United At 3 o'clock on Good Friday In all Kcarcy macIUno wants him to veto pastor of Sacred Hoart vlded tho city and entire colony Into meeting the principal churches wero sermons It iMwauho of the machine's dislike of The seventeenth annual AssociaMudoat and scholar of' Irish history States did with Cuba?" districts. In District 1 MuU(gas.ated the Catholic Educational on tho crucifixion of bur Lord nnd for Rowi, For several years Ross mU asuslc. Father Walsh Is a logiVictor Becker formed a military .MISSIONS AND RETREiTS. a are thronged for an was a boon companion nnd ono ot tion wljl bo held In Now York City the churches cal ana convincing speaker 'and company of eighty-thre- e aa tho original boosters of Morrow on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Hour or more that afternoon," 1 28, 29, fivo officers. On Nbyofnber and Tho Passlonlst fathers from the To us of the Irish raco In. Ameri- Morrow owes a debt of gratltudo to July Thursday, June. auspices 30 and thlfl oee6lori? The programme is as 1, under the Committee ot Correspoadeivee waa of His Sacred Heart Retreat are giving ca, these facts atjout tho Irish devo- our Sheriff, but at the samo time is I fallows: selected, Hercules being mm t lui many mlssion and retreats in va- tion during Lent ought to be a great hearing his master's volse. Watch Grace Most Rov. Patrick J. Hayes, Spangled Banner," sixty members; and hie naja ajao Archbishop of Tsow ock, A very Francis Scott Key rious churches of the New Orleans pource of pride nnd ought Indeed the ftolsh of Uie Ross hill. appears on the, Committee nt Otofr-vatlo-n Well, oar near Mayor Smith has cordial Invitation to hold the meetarchdloceso this Lent. The Rov. Inspire 'P9 to carry outJthe samo Audience. appointed December 1. On was presented to ,Clarlb6I Fathors Edwin and Alexander are Idea hero In America oa far as we goao to Palm Beach for a little rest ing In New YorkAssociation, ''Come Back to Erin". July 9, 177$, the CmHImaIrJ '' at the sad recuperation, but Hlzzonergave the Educational this week at St- - Patrick's church in can. Mtaa Nell McBrlde. were drawn ttpr en M C4t-mo- n us a funny ona to laugh and joko annual .moating held In St. Louis, . tOtDMUiatl Aeo"...M. J. McCann Now Orleans. Rov. Father Graachoff, j (now City Half Park) and Vk about until he returns. It was the and the Executive Board Instructed C. P., who Is a native 'of New OrFORTY HOURS. Iter. Patrick Wtfh. Declaration ot Independence rad rtary of how ha proposes to build a tho Secretary General tot Inform His NEW ENVOY TO ITALY. the mlseloa "The Dear Little Shamrock". Cherry. leans, conducted church, and at St. IJlVerty The Sona over the OUla that the association received Fathers Rose de .Lima'sFor the pewlng week the Forty ?2,e0,00 brldgostreet, the brldgo Graceaccepted this invitation with Robert Underwood Johnson, newly them.represented Inofthe irWd w Mia LJlllan Trudeau. well and that jUareM. . . t , . . Rev. Patrick, Walsh Hurene and Luke are jclvtag a two Heurs' deyotlea has bees 4eaNrate4 river at Fourth A "thundaraiarw. Arrangement aBDOlnted- Ambassador is Italy, and gathered. heartfelt gratitude, weak' mbMfon at the Mater Bo for St. LM'r MUe, HigakMMl Park, to connects Letilaritia and Jefferson-villMMtley of Irih Aim. the ritherta. pear Mayor even told us tor the reception and kaapftalKy of hla young grandAon, Roaert Under wr The lero chreh. Father Anmtoti, The aervM wilt opM witkklnh ara being wood Johnson, photographed la the, at niiitvJUMiaa unimrpatatf and Batfa Maurlee, Maithew ad Hear are mM towwoway worAHiK aad,,t4 att what he wanted the street car to th visiting educator "Kttlaraay" . u. moan It would 'Mat mad in a manner baOttimr'the hiaa nvoy'a home in New Yorjc - city. t&ere waa a parade oa Otatt Qorire arrwK wwiaoaa m aoamry panmma TvLtuLyr. Rmr. FaUiar NwrnM, Um ekaiMm aaa how Mm. Charii A. Kdrtaa? j ,.:, ...t..... tif.enr. Ktmt, The boy laths aea oZ Ow- Jeha- and other M vl Letiwiaaa. unui tnw aibr"win' h aiwiaM hr jkriHi tor itttHMta w womw vaclaa ) rMHtaUaa of "MotkOf MaakW'-- .Ckartaay QIaott .. tarn, tha nva(tat. .vOMtttaitiad en nave to - , ' fU.) Jwet (UK u turn ttta etty HruM Mwara Ifalfe, St. Patrick's Day will bo horo again nozt Wednesday, and tho feaat day of Abe patron Saint of Erjn will bo ceiobrated in on parts 01 mo gobe. Crowned heads, tho lowly peasant, tho rich and tho poor will all bo woarlng a Httlo sprig of green Id honor of tho Emerald lelo and Its LATEST THRILLER I N AIRPLANE STUNTS. ppoplo, who will bo fbund among Hero bt tho latest thriller In air piano stunts performed at San. plcgo, evory nation. And In doing honpr Frank Rose, a well known ayla tor, jumping from an auto to a lad- to St. Patrick and his peoplo thoro Ca). suspended from an airplano fly lag closo ovorhead with both piano bo found a universal sontlmont dor will and auto traveling at seventy miles on hour. Insert at top la Llout. J. C. Johnson, pilot of tho airplano, and at bottom Frank Ro&o, who nmdo tho auto to aero change. 'ftot-kton6"-UHIz-zoner Ai i : ait?in&9 - Hort-Seor- cy - So-clo- ty, 4F IB great-grandparen- ts ir3 fatWwy.' "aJ. . BtpiJgmSmmp t kejaml,fjl'2wktt at-faj- r, ffiW&tKm i Jugo-Slnv- B, Alsace-Lorralnor- s, - non-Engli- sh Brod-orlc- k; No-Un- y) , prcf-en- 'IlennlnR-Clinmber- Irish-Araorlc- an fnll-ur- gal-evo- ry Key-Ptono- rs, sh l), VI VI J ff "r -- .... - a. - ........... . '; , Bobt i dto-pem- ed i- ' , .i tha-aJer- a ' t ". it, , , Ifl 'lr- - ,,,. '-- . Pt , ty 3 "sf- otjiE&Xi. urna .. 's ."'. . JiJ?l VttTTr7FmW'& .:2k.Pm!.iii 4& ... '&iJAte&&Lli 'A "' " ". ". jECEsrorxjoisnr KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. rWd PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Sodtl and Moral Advaaoemtat oi IfkK American ad Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's Institute and Catholic Knights of America. to &m ou&xi AJMbEtiokJc. -- -- Vn UH4TUCKY IRISH AMERICAN Entered PRINTJNQ CO., Incorptl. Matter. S19-3- Publishers ADSCRIPT I ON PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINQLE COPY 5c it tha Loulivllle PottofHce KENTUCKY Secoad.Clu AMEIICM, M CwwtktlcM to the IRISH Wist UUrty Stmt SJBSEcjl LOUISVILLE, KY HONORING ST. PATRICK. SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1920 & v Thoro Is nothing in this THE GREAT PHYSICIAN. grotesque arrangement oven faintly. Sho wl" d,0 ea,d tho amou3 doc- suggestlng tho Canadian system, un- tuor'Nurso. camo down, th. it may not be amies to der which tho election of a parlia-- l ward; politicians of all kinds'that the mont and therefore tho cholco of a But tho poor, weak patient hoard Irish voto Is now thofoperty of no ministry is always dotormlned byl h,,m And clutched llfo's breaking chord. :a?,r man or set of njfcjfi-t- he recent mu- the majority of tho Canadian olec- - Sho lhought w' " of tho onC3 who ncodHl Republic. now. Sho that deserves so well of nicipal and fftato elections proved torato. Tho obstacle to tho appltca- That tho election was ln- Her counsel and help and care, contestably fair is proved by tho fact all tho Christian world has a spe- that. Thetime has passed when Hon ot the homo rule principle in And out from her heart sho broathod that it was hold with tho machinery A pitiful; silent prayer. cial claim on us who havo come paltry expressions of sympathy with Ireland slnco Gladstone brought in of tho British Government. Tho eleven. his ol causo around election tlmo his first measure of that character .front her flesh and blood. Tho worm war was rougnt to estaDUsn Tno wInd ln tho weat suIt 0 of Jesus! ovents lending up to this St cancntch tho Irish voter. For tho.ma nlwnva tmnn iVm nmvuMinn UL "Dear Sacred Heart . h.i..j. forever tho right ot nations, small one 00Qt muv.. W.V UIlVblUU You havo never failed mo yet; as well as largo, to detormino tholr Patrick's day are opoch making. Iish voter is determined to sunnort four counties In Ul3tor. It romalns You have helped mo carry, bravoly if tho' sun set ln grey, tho next own form of government. Ireland wiii D0 a rftjny jav All tho crosses I havo mot; The bond certiflcato drlvo of th' 'nnlv fhnRft nhn hnvn nrnvon thrtlr to bo soon whether that obstaclocan demands freedom to oxorclso that When tho wind's in tho south, tha Irish republic is on. Tho Senate devotion to American principles and bo removed by tho expedient ot a You have sent mo strongth and paright. Sho ought to havo it. tience rain's In tho mouth. CHARLES H. KNIGHT, and Houso of Representative; ar0 tho Ideals which he is endeavoring now legislature to sit in tho north In each hour ot pain and etrifo, If you see grass ln January lock UNIQUE SOCIAL AFFAHt. ringing., with voices raised for tho to transplant on Irish soil. Tho can- of Ireland. But oven if it can, tho But this morn, O Heart ot Morcy, your grain In your granary. Soccesstul business man prominently I am pleading for my llfo. Evonlng red and morning grey montloned as candldato for Mayer. freedom of tho land of S Patrick. didate of tho future must therefore- great majority of tho Irish people, Miss Mary Strain entertained in help tho traveler on his way. Why should wo bo notytjrred moro too tho mark ot genuine Amorlcan- - In tholr present temper, will not a uninuo way for hor 500 club at .Evening grey ana morning rea "Thoro aro llttlo ones who need mo COLLEGE IRISH NIGHT. n than ovor now to lethe WOrld see ism without a trace of acquiesco in tho compromise. her homo in Dowoy Heights, Now Dring down ram upon ha hoad In a cottago far away, whon They aro calling 'Mother, Mother!' that wo havo not gotten tho faith varnish if he wants Irish American On Wednesday next, St. Patrick's Albany,hospitalitythoso present voted Whon tho clouds appear liko rocka unsurpassed. St. Looking down tho road today. ana towers, of St, Patrick Cjno day wo j,avo support. That Is tho lesson tho polFIUME. day, tho exercises in honor of Ire- Irish Patrick's day was anticipated In tho Givo mo time to guide tholr footalways caiimEd whoso significance iticians will havo to learn whether apostle will bo held beautiful decorations and tho plan- Tho earth's refreshed by trequeat land's glorious steps showers. It has been said that in opposing On tho path that leads to You, at St. Xavler College Auditorium, ning ot other details. Her guests n9'Wuood greater than "over. they want to or not. Besides tho were Misses Holen English. Amanda Second and Broadway. tho turning ovor of Fiumo to Italy Spare my life. O Heart of Josus, Her Mtnr Mia prflntARt St. Pntrlek'n TRIESTS' VESTMENTS. oxorclses a part of tho night's enter- Howo, Mary Stoy, Froda Thornton, Thoro Is work for mo to do." tho Presidont was doing for Franco THEY HAVE FLED. reolobrations tho world has ever tainment will bo a gymnastic exhibi- Margaret Marquet, Isabello English, Thoro are six vestments worn by and EHgland what they wanted -- March by tho St. 17, 1920! From that momont strength camo tion boys' students of lino Xavior's. Helen Thornton, Helen Marquet, tho priest celebrating mass: The much advertised "Ulster del- done, but could not do for is Inter Helen Flynn, Mary Howo and May Tho work in this swiftly Tho Amlco is a whln linen veH1 egation," consisting of Honorable esting and jhows what goodjnjitrpc-Jj'jjnIt now appears that .both . To. tho poorJcliaHsted-franw..CROWDS At churoh. which tho priest puts over his head Billy Coolo and his seven Belfast England and Franco aro ready to And the motherjsoon was speeding lion ana sy3iemaiic euori aro capafRAYER FOR MARCH. and shoulders. It represents tha To tho ones who called hor name, ble of accomplishing. Reserved seats At least during Lent thoro aro 'preachers, who woro supposed to sot adopt tho President's views on tho aro .now availablo at tho college. veil with which tho Jews covered tho fircsldo tho United States on f lro against tho matter. A great victory for tho And eachofevening by Joy will reasons for knowing that many peoIlia Holiness Popo Benedict XV.1 the faco ot Jesus when they struck start, lovo and Tears FDLM FURNISHED FREE. ple aro In earnest about trying to bo cnuso.of Irish independence, have President, his admirers will say. It As sho sings to them the praises has recommended "Tho League of Him. Tho Alb is a long white linen the Sacred Heart ln Parishes" to tho Of the Saviour's Sacred Heart. good Christians. On three evenings suddonly left America for Ireland. is a victory that will boaoflt only Tho National Catholic War Coun- Apostleship of Prayer as the general garment which reaches to tho feet Brian O'HIggins. may bo seen at Cooto and his Protestant ministerial Franco and England, particularly of each week crowds cil announces that it will furnish intention for tho month of March. of tho priost. It represents tho ibo Catholic churches in ovory city troop of performers didn't address the latter. without charge tho patriotic motion Tho Holy Father wishes for an In- -, whito robe that Herod, in mockery, RECENT DEATHS. ono public meeting in tho United among tho faith-- . put upon our Lord, picturo review, "American Catholics crease of devotion and town, whero such devotions as Tho Cincture or Glrdlo Is tho cord Tnnsilnv mnrnlnr tlm fnnnrnl nt In War and Reconstruction," tO POS- - ful In these days, when tho enemies FRANK McGRATH. the' Rosary, tho Way ot tho J States. They got no public recepMolcho'r Relss, bolovod husband ot tora desiring to show this historic of our holy religion, all tho world tied around tho waist to hold up Cross Benediction ot tho Bless- tions. All tholr meetings were held - tho Alb. - film to tholr congregations and to over, aro doing tholr utmost to dlsIt represents tho cord Tho announcement has Mrs. are conducted In Protestant churches and in each tfinf tinn u.111 tin n mnn been mado nrlnn Leila Relss, 940 East St, Oath- uninonc orgamzauuus luai uuuiru io credit our Lord and to deny his with which Jesus was bound, ed Sacrament RtrOOt. Wnn hftltl miuiMni. if from Holy caso the pastor who invited them to strong pastors, by divinity. His Holiness knows thatj The Maniple,, worn on tho loft and tho the local Democracy next Monday nothing can promote truo ploty bo arm, represents tho chains put up- sermons preachod on Iho great speak was either a Belfast Orange- ovonlng at the Tyler Hotel to ap truths, ot our religion, particularly man, a Scotchman or an "English- prove of tho newly appointed local ho loaves seven children to mourn on the Itfo and sufferings of our man. Their last meeting was held City and County Democratic Com- his death. Lord. Attendance at dally mass is In Now York, whero they spoko at mittee, Chairman Frank McGrath Monday morning funeral cervices Fifth Avenue Presbytorian llkowtso much larger than at other tho wero hold for Frank Rohm, retired to a small congregation. carpontor and perhaps tho oldest times. ?hese crowds going to the church member of St. Paul's church, who churches aro In striking contrast They had been Invited by tho reresided at 413 East Oak street. Ho with tho other crowds that mny bo cently imported pastor, Rev. John Is survived by a son, John Rohm, Kelman, of Edinburgh, Scotland. seea, even during Lent, standing in and three daughters, Mrs. John Miss Carrio Rohm and Mrs. line lit front of movio and other Presided over by Dr. Kelman, tho bunch passed a resWilliam Vanco. theaters on Sunday afternoon and eveclnc Do many Catholics go to olution against tho recognition of Louisa Mueller, thirteen-year-ol- d Ireland by "our" Government, with shows Sunday night? ' daughtor of Mr. and Mrs. C. Edward So they an allory In the chair. Mueller, died ot pneumonia followWHAT DOES' THIS KHAN. "folded tholr tents" and quietly de ing Influenza, at tho homo ot hor parents, 2366 Transit avonue, early parted from Now York for Belfast, Sunday morning. Besides hor parof Sunday's Courier- - Challenged to public debate every ..Headers ents sho Is survived by several Journal were at a loss to undar- - where they wont by Rov. Dr. and brothers. Funeral services stiuae,-;ltcomment on tho Republi- Mython, Lindsay Crawford and will bo hold at tho residence Moncan. GUto convention and reflections others 6f tho Protestant Friends of day morning with burial ln St. Louis upon president Wilson and his as- Ireland, tho bigots fled, finding out cemetery. sociates on tho Peaco Commission. that tho soil of the American ReLouis G. Borschneck, sixty years Suggesting William Hoyburn, E. T. public had no welcome for them or old and widely known in insurance FrjuikB and King Swopo In compari- no sympathy with their views. circles, died Sunday morning at his son .with President Wilson and thoso home, 1114 South Floyd street. Born In Bethlehem, Ind., he came to with, him, our neighbor hands out RETURN OF LEADER. I.nnlnvlllo whllo a vonnc man. and this: and his associates to officially retire hero ho had a legion of frionds. Ho Herbert Asqulth's return to the at this mooting. "Tareo such Republican giants as Tho different is survived by a daughter, Mrs, thoqo who excavated tho Kentucky Houeo ot Commons Is, in its way, meetings and gatherings of tho gen- - Charles L. Sacksteder, to whom plaform would far outclass all tho an event of no little Importance, tlemon handling tho reorganization many extend sympathy. The funeral from St. Wilsoa rabble that found its way to Blnco it gives to the Liberal party plans havo developed and brought was held Tuesday morning Donohoo Paul's church, Rev. Father to light the Hotel Crlllon; while with tho the olement of leadership which it energy tho indefatigable work and celebrating requiem high moss. furnished by Chairman Mc- -, superior 'trained has lacked slnco Lloyd George Xentuekians' Grath during his commltteo loador- his party and went over to Bhlp. The avorago Democratic voter Thomas E. Bennett, Aged fltty-dothlnkisff ability' they ought to fin and well known- all over tho not realize tho many duties and H ish successfully in a fow weoku what tho reactionaries. Asqulth believed at tho of the c'ty was abominably botched In six In Dominion homo rule for Ireland sacrifices involved as head roorgan- - or nis dlod Wednesday josepn homo egan, Droiner-in-iaparty organization, and tho BEING BUILT IN ENGLAND FOR THE UNITED STATEa months by tho Wilson Commission and would havo drawn tho home izatlon meetings havo served to con- - at Powoo Valley, After a long Illness, ers and' the Plenipotentiaries ot rule hill (now on tho statute books) vinco many that the thanks of tho He had a wide circle ot friends who of tho Framework tho largest airship in tho world, which is being built for tho Amerlcnn SUrHO ln England at a cost of noa rly $2,500,000, and which will fly to tho United States whoa Borne twenty-od- d nations of a world on Dominion lines, but was over- - lnenl nrwl Stntn rjAmnrrnnv urn duo Will mourn his passing. Mrs. IB Maryv- -- ..i n ,..,o,n lnni.wllno.thn rntlrlntr Chrilnnnn for his lahora vived by his widow,a sister, Mrs. ' awry.' i . . uoorgo. ..Irinrinr' hi nnt t.wnivn vnnrn. Thnr RoKan Bennott. and ue nas not cnangea. Z'-rShades of Wattoreon and what noya H,iam.nr hi John Wilson. 958 South Preston I . .. . ,a 1t - onectuaiiy as tno growtn oi iovo tor on our uora, ana aiso tno si funoral was held from elusive, lnntrur.tlvnm ami ruou. i tea coma over tho old lady and In this respect, but if anything has and Chairman McGrath street. Tho .. ,. '"""""K reciwi , nntfirtalnlne fhn Rni.m. TTnnrt nt n,, qvIai. anA rhlnf xrlth vhlxh vmni. " tnn.t gone a step farther, for ln his cam brsHcht about this heart eh&ngoT V mUornrTeRov"atner RnVceTe motion' pictures of the"wondorful therefoVe ho TocVmVendsIl the his face."" mwwjwwa ; paign speeches ho insisted again and ' popular wuuuwjui it l n war JaTirt rrvAnaf runt fnti trnrlr nf th t Atnn. eti nn Tho flirtli la ratn ni.nr i.n.i ui-- i. twenty million American Catholic tehos ot tho Catholic world, and that hangs down from tho neck, and is i county. UNITY AND ACTION. airiiln that en ana women, acting unaer tno special efforts bo made In this dlrec- - crossea on tho priest's broaBt. It should be applied ln Ireland, and News of the death of Patrick J. tovinuMM. "Xk Church suffers not because that .Ireland's case "was a worse a fearless direction and advico of tho hierarchy tlon during this month ot March, repreaents tho cords with which our Connors, for -",8 u" "I"."".i,.. voiico aepartmont bar doctrines are not complete . . . case taaa that ot tho Poles, .S V.0"",":11"0 "c.1" '? St Patrick's night this year will memhor or tne tno west fna, was ji " OI " Council XZ wr,T.:.iT.', vu.. uouauauiiy iirouuuuvo oi tuo ritintii. wuuowuohuu, ""?. is hibo mo uis " tho Commltteo on because of the lethargy and bo celebrated by the Ancient Order TCCuelved bat Jugoslavs, or tho Baltic Braces, which will come to bless our tinct sign ot the priestly office and expressions of sin- - War in a cere reerot. of individual Catholics." of Hibernians of Covington is used in many coremonies aad war acuviuos uu uitiua families and ourselves. provlaeas." ' Patrolman Connors opec blessings. stylo somewhat different from the djod after a short illness of pnou- - 0I wiumDUB commltteo on war Tata saatence, couched in a few Tho Chasuble, or outer vestment, words, obWith tlfo Maes Club, of Now-- monia at his homo, 1707 Baird tivltlos. atntaa-ftfl-, GIVEN LEGION MEDAL. KJNUELY PAPER SCHEME. covers tho body of tho celebrant, Ho was horn in ireianu, nut nn HCIwnln I. RtrPflt nn l.n.. ".I11 Bulletia, la the serves the Catholic APOSTOLIO DELKQATK. In John McCormack, America's sing and represents the garment, with To iaielHgeat and right thinking of Irish Entertainment" that will be came to his county while "- -" his product of wore than a quarter cenwhich ,1- -- un to tne. niJtnest stanuara. jodd ""- - v,v" ing soldier," no described for hla court. Christ was clothod ln Pilate'a "" Tho largo cross upon the tury ot obeerrailoa by a maa who aim UUira umuit Wlrv acvura 4?-a",;- who ! hadVuch ex- Tin' war has received a Chasuble reminds us of tho Croea rt . BcSSS. kaows whereof he epeake. la vir-iu-e, rule bill for Ireland i a vory re- Aerican L. placed on Christ's soulders. paper. , It pf&actio.Tl.T the Sat such morning at St Patrick's church of regate to the United States, will sold medal from of her divine erigiu, there can markable achetoe-- oa. KUBT TOE THE MARK. -, Irish raco predominate. It should not bo necessary to ask this of the parish priest, for whero would the church bo in America were it sot for the. children of the land, of St. Patrick? But our duty as Catholic infen and women of the Irish race la to o to It that wo ourselves hold proper celebrations of the day, and that this will bo dono In Louisville. is ''assured,, as tho programme arranged by tho Ancient Ordor of Hibernians and Friends of Irish Freedom,, printed on another page sf this .Issue, will ahow. .Ireland needs our help, and prayer la tho greatest means ot help just Much has been dono, and is oven now bolng done, to ohviato this dif Tka eroat feast ot St. Patrick, tho ficulty. Not tho least ot theso is apoetlo ot Ireland, falls on Wednes- tho effort put forth by tho hier-- i day, March 17, and It is a day sot archy in their recent conferenco at apart by tho sons and daughters of Washington to awakon tho faithful Brin and their descendants the to their obligations and opportuniworld ovor for special observance. ties. Now as herotoforo, one in be Catholics of tho Irish race, wo owo lief, tho churoh seeks a similar it to our raco and to tho "faith o unity in . activity. Tho National our fathers" to observo this day Catholic Welfare Council Is tho me with proper religious and civic cele dium through which It seeks to acbrations. Wo should expect ovory complish this object horo in Amerparish in tho United States to have ica. Born of tho necessity for cospoclal services on tho day, at least ordinating tho varied and scattered orery parish whore people o tho efforts of Catholics, that samo ne- HBi .I . ic i. BfcpyBMiffJZz'oMeMenffaMaBfflipaBeaB cessity makes Its contlnuanco imperative. "In unity thoro io strength." When individual Catholics havo fully assimilated the meaning ot this axiom and havo thrown oft tho inertia and inactivity that has hohbled their wills, wo can expect to poo tho return of true peace and tranquillity to this troubled world. And only then. EDISON CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY. A. Edison and him fam Uy rovlow parado of Edison emThomas ployes at tho plant at Wost Orango, N. J. Lett to right, Thomas Edison, Jr., Mrs. Charles Edison, Tho mas Alva Edison, Mrs. Thomas A, Edison and Charles Edison. WORTHY CAUSE. Tho cause of Ireland makes a powerful appeal to tho heart of ovory man, who appreciatcc Hborty and justice; of ovory man, who hates tyranny and oppression; of ovory man, who admlros transcendent perseverenco In patriotism under inexpressible persecution, declares tho Catholic Telegraph. After con- turies of foreign domination, tho people of tho Emorald Isle at last found a way to protest to tho world, In an unmlstakablo manner, against the longer contlnuanco of tho In- - eBBerjBSBaBSSMMSBBBBBBBSJBSMwlsr'JT,. HF?BHrffrnHMfrlnTffTf?nriynl ntlHH WEATHER SIGNS. Moonlight nights havo tho hoariest frosts. Tho higher tho clouds tho ' finer tho weathor. Tho farthor tho sight tho nearer tho rata. Dow is an indication of flna weathor. When stars flicker in a dark background rain or snow follows soon. Expect a strong wind with Btormy ,im- wnnthnr whn pmnv r,m neys hangs near tho ground. Horo are a fow In verso. tago ot being easllj remomoereu Clear moon, frost soon. Year of snow, fruit will grow. Rain before seven, flno before Scene Fro CR'the Easter Drama, "Pilate's Daughter," Presented by Holy Rosary Alumnae. . mpromo. ,,,'. '...ll JF'XS&J? L S2 ?"? Anglo-Saxo- them-solve- s. n -. , , tt S iS-X.f- f Sff'tf 5 Ku-baug- h, Orange-Loyali- st sle-to- -- rs a , ed I es R-3- 8, ' .:'.. i..i va. '',,' r.Ti,ro"r0ntaAt a -- . . L. ..i. -- m ... . nnnaKor-stowarasni- p, . i 11 many-year- s -?- Czocho-81&V- S, in-srt- ia '.'" ?It."SS "'" , ac-usu- al. well-chos- nj .. x n..nl I.-- .A u P.'- n: " ?" .t eeuattes, aad a attoaal Seha,to("aU DUmt. CHICAGO. church. It le tnen the Material ele-- twenty-eimeat, the uoHa wblek eomariee the MHtaall la which preaortieaate rep- - Veaard, Art Magglnt. Tow 71yan, Cfctam, the great metre noils of BVUT ot WW vuwrws. wauw mast be reaeatattoa we , aeaied; aad over ail victor . . tMr li. as i' V laeeraeniieaI faepu-a-, eaeept authority of at fault Aad they m the harna. tka ta tK elty o MarakT. 1 keUiK wk oomprlae 1U momberabla. eex aarely toeal ajaeailoDa. wawld ba oovlagtoa LlbWylAodiiortam. laUoa t ealy 4,lt. .J: .innee un ansa ..-.- A --- V . l aa, mmh aa w4 f V , ..... n nu mmi .. tVia AfiJk .'i ."P"wi .:., ! .u. ..j Dolo -- ina,. Aline and ua-- in !.. un..n..i Harry) Messrs. l,nJ;' ;" ' I "aZSE ParHat. .j rnSSted i"? V OK"! m. -- v. ranai eoart. nrejimiaary to 111s we-- oo'" .- vvatiaa to the Cardlrialate. Msgr. caier- guest, tbb, Hieaai ie a reauca Bensaao probably will be eaeceeded of the American Legion button, en-- Washington by Magr. 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Tho choir nt this mass will bo made up from tho children of tho school. In tho ovoning there will be a grand entertainment at Patrician Hall, Sixteenth and Market. Tho orchestra- from Presentation Academy will furnish tho music There will also bo Irish songs nnd ballads by tho senior class of the school and others, and a display of viows in Ireland, under tho direction of tho Rev. Francis Martin. O'Don-aghu- Xayler's March 17 "Irish Night" at St. College Gymnasium, by March 17" Vocal and musical entertainment at PlttcUlan. Hall, Six-- ,, teenth and Market. March 17 St. Patrick's day celebration undor auspices of A. O. H. and Friends of Irish Freedom at Bertrand Hall. PERSONALS. John Dugon, who Is a student at Centre College, was hero to spend the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dugan, of South Sixth streot. operated on Tuesday at St. Anthony's Hospital, is improving. Michael J. Dant, tho well known nnd popular dlstlllory superintend ent at Getnsemane, Is out again after being laid up the post month with a sprained ankle. Ben W. Martin loft Surfday night on a trip to Biloxi. Miss., and New Orleans, to bo gone about three weeks, taking a vacation and rest on the orders of his physician. Miss Jcnnio Bryan has returned from Now Haven, whoro she visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joo Bryan. Erroll Johnson and wlfo visited nt Now Haven last week, tho guests of J. B. Novltt Miss Mary Allco Wollor, who was REEL TREAT FOR THE HtlSn. Romance, intrigue and adventure aro combined In tho gripping play, "The Luck of the Irish." which Man ager Fred Dollo has secured for pre sentation at the Alamo Theator on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and St. Patrick's day. Lovers of tho land pf tho shamrock will enjoy a vorlta- blo leat, for tho plot centers about a lovO story with a heroine, sweet, demure v?nd courageous as a truo Irish lossftr- should bo. This story Is adaptod from-tbook by Harold McGrath and abounds in pop and punch. A private' yar-hand ocoon liner, several fist fights and u sceno In Slngaporo furnish tho thrills and the chase of two pretty feet by tho hero takes him all around tho world and culminates In his winning of tho heroine, to whom they be long. Manager Dollo will cortalnly give tho public a raro treat in "Tho Luck of tho Irish." - GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. f Funeral Director and Embalmeri BOTH PHONES 810. ho I SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH HOME PHONE SS t lVVtVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVXVVVtVt-iV.CUMBERLAND W fHHaeaatan I O. -W AND ZANE STS. Qt4l MAIN 3071-y SO ; H 8, E. LEDMAN & SON. COLONELS REPORT. Tho Loulsvlllo ball club will lcavo horo Monday morning for Mobile on ef Jl B IL. Vfc: bfl niit UrMXlJU 1 I UJO " w.funeral niRFrrrnpc;. B 5 9tt WEWANTYOURWQRKji; and in First-Clas- u s Style. Forty-flv- o years at the same location and desplto tho hard times tho firm of S. E. Ledraan & Son, Jowolers, of 410 West Market, aro glad to report a most wonderful and over increasing business In their line. At tho death of S. E. Ledman, tho founder of this great establishment, tho son, who had been ably trained by tho father, has taken up tho rolns and is guiding the destiny of ono of the best known Jewelry houses south of the Ohio river. A word to the wlso is sufficient. Tho Ledman way Is tho best way. flwnCMDA ' wmIT I liMr S I YJ ivrroe iWi mm s 5 LAID TO REST. PRINTING Cards, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Dodgers, Etc. Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty. HOME PHONE 946. Funeral services for Michael Dougherty, tho pioneer Market street shoo morchant, were held morning at tho Cathedral, of which ho was a highly respected member. Born In County Donegal, years ago, he Ireland, seventy-tw- o came to this country a young man and had made Loulsvlllo his homo for moro than fifty years. Ho lived an exemplary and useful life and his death Is a loss to tho community. Surviving lilm aro his widow, Mrs. Annlo Rollly Dougherty, and two sons, Roger and Frnnk J. Dougherty. MAGKIN COUNCIL INITIATION. yos-tord- ay KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN OlO WB58T OJStXBXSJSr pttfTft?ttetHfTtttttn I T AKB EGYPTIAN REGULATOR Constipation and Stomach Disorders Price Z5C, sue. inu i.w. THE EGYPTIAN DRUG CO., J 129 W. 31st St . (Fcrr namplo mllft New York ihhw iiiif.t HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY -- r New York City will bo shown by Judge Victor J. Dowllng, of Now York, has given a valuable caemo the 1920 census to be indisputably edition of Dante's Dlvlna Comedla tho largest city In tho world. Reaad third Fridays. IDtonfea CATHOLIC mSSIONS. GUESTS OF BENSON. Home, 0 to Notre Dame University. It will sults of tho census will, according to Portland. There aro at present on tho for- bo placed in tho Father Zahn collec- census officials,ofgive to the ametroPresident T. J. O'Leary. Admiral Benson entertained last popuNow York Yice President Tbos. W. Kllleon. week In Washington with a dinner eign missions all over tho world tion of Dantiana, tho most complete politan district lation of 8,500,000. in America. Financial Secretary John Brod-ric- in honor of Major A. Scott Bullitt about 80,000 priests and Sisters. and wife, Senator Stanley and wife Recording Secretary John Mar- - and Capt C. O. Calhoun and Mrs. tti. "Calhoun. Treasurer Dan J. Dangberty. Sergeant-at-Arm- a Martin Bhee-LENTEN NOON SERVICE. geatlaol Thomas Noose. Every week day during Lent the Way of the Cross or a eermon will DIVISION 4. promptly bo at 12:15 p. m., lasting jjt jftJTBW!wiBmfM!mmja Bmm MMimaia.MammHil aBBPWB jVti J fTT" .T v ten minutes, at St. Michael's church, Meets aeeo&4 and fourth HoaAar JH'L JBfft" ilHS'?'?&XS' lM-If" Mil 220 Brook street. Tho public Is inBertr&nd Hall, Sixth afreet. vC SEgwtrfefc. I'bbw HBm! vited to attend. President S. J. McEllIotL Vice President Patrick Connelly. CONDITION CRITICAL. Financial Secretary T. J. Lan-fn- . His many Loulsvlllo and Indiana ' Recording D, L. Secretary friends are greatly worried over tho . Meatier. Illness of Dr. James Casper, who was Treasurer John F. Burke. mmmmmmmmf sTOymmmlK W W M and now lies UWkmtfm Sergoant-at-Arm- s Edward Byrne. etrlcken two weeks ago at his home, In a critical condition Sentinel M. J. McDermott 2307 Garland avenue. Division s. i candldotes and tho degree team Is working hard preparing for tho J event. On Passion Sunday, March 21, tho members and candidates will mako RECOVERED. their Easter communion at St. Ce cilia's church, nnd all candidates are Tho friends of Patrick King, of urged to bo present on that day at tho Central Furnlturo Company, aro tho 8 o'clock mass to recolvo with much pleased to see him out again, tho members of the louncll. after an illness of pneumonia that OLDEST SCHOOL. confined him to his home in for tho past six weoks. Commencing In 1831 In the basement of tho Church of St. Louis, FIELD CLERK. whero the Cathedral now stands, tho Presentation Academy Is conceded Miss Durrett Oglesby, of received an appointment as to bo the oldest school, public or field clerk for Camp Zachary Tay- private, In tho city of Louisville, lor from Washington last week and and It Is also conceded to bo one of tho very best. has ontered upon her duties. 8VRISSST. s; On Sunday, April 11, Mackln Council will initiate a largo class of jMtr Jeffer-Bonvll- lo Pres-toni- a, tho regular spring training trip, and with tho exception of the pitching staff all tho old guard aro horo again Klrko, Wortman, Acosta, Betzol, Meyers, Long and McCarthy. Tho pitching staff fnrnlshes some now faces, whllo Lamar and Massoy aro tho strangors In tho outflold. Tho public of Loulsvlllo should right now accept tho dofi of Indianapolis as to the attendance prizo to bo DEFENDS OUR INTERESTS. awardod for opening day and mako tho Colonols' opener on April 14 tho "When tho proposition Is on to biggest In years and winner of tho tax the churches, who comtjs to tho League cup for day attendance. defense? Tho Catholic paper. When Let's mako BUI Knebolkamp and bigotry wants to Inspect tho con- Cap Nonl smllo for a starter. vents, who invokes public opinion against tho measure? Tho Catholic CHURCH OF OUR LADY. paper. When tho candidate for is blacklisted because of his A special musical programme in who parries the assault? The St. Patrick's day bo Catholic paper. And so you may honor of nt tho high mass will tho at answer as to a scoro of like emerg- rondcrodof Our Lady on Wednesday Church encies." Prof. John P. Reckton-walThis quotation Is from the appeal morning. be tho director, with Mrs.d of tho Catholic Press Association to K. S. will Nowman presiding at tho tho Bishops of America urging the gan. Tho slngors will Includo oradoption of Catholic Press Sunday. G. A. Charles Doerhoefor, Hulsewedo, J. P. Wills, S. Gunter-maPROUD OF SODALITY. A. Musselmnn, R. Ernwlne, Misses Stella Whltten. Mario Blohl, mombers of St. Vincent de Hilda Loow, Eugenie Cllne, Floronco Tho Paul church, Now Hope, Ky., aro Klpp, Messrs. Joseph Hubbuch, Josjustlv proud of tho Young Ladles' eph Mueller, Peter Schreck, Carl Sodality of that parish, which Is ono evening there of tho largest for a community of Bundschu. In the blesswill be services and that size In tho State. Miss Mattle ing withelaborato of St. Patrick, tho relic Oreenwald la Prefect of tho Sodality and Rov. Alphonsus L. O'Shea Is STAG LUNCH. pastor of tho church. Dr. Charles A. Edelen entertained IRISH BONDS. with a stag lunch Saturday evening Throughout tho East, and es- In honor of tho Queen of Nelson Is an pecially In tho Now England cities, Bowling Club, of which ho present honorary Thoso tho Irish bond drlvo Is going "over wore Capt. member. Martin. Georgo L. tho top." In Kentucky, so far, little noardman, A. F. Herman Doddons, John has been done toward placing tho J. Carry, Wm. L McCaffrey. Thos. bonds, but as soon as plans for the M. Barry, Bon W. Martin, Georgo drlvo aro perfected, It Is safe to Bay Schoenomann, E. L. Harrell, C. A. the frlonds of the Emerald Isle will D. bo found, equal to the emergency, as Langloy, Robert Wbayno, John .M. they have been upon all other occa- Sample, J. F. Nuss and Chas. Edelen. sions. of-fi- co n, MW-dam- es East Main AVAVVWl S1212 1t&W&t&W$frM&W&tK COMB TO Maraef-- . S V.vUvvMVVVVVV,V'-.VlVlVkfeixi-"- - X T "THE HOUSE OF OPTICAL SERVl CE(Or. il Eyes always tired, headaches, wholo system affoctcHKofaart Bacrmceuf iiavo your eyes examinou, boo mo at onco, uon-- sou x in EiaBsos punocwy, assuring peneci coin ion to mo Mv nriccs aro reasonably, clvo mo a trial and I will convince romS esvs L. N. PEARLMAN'S 4i4H$44H4t4Nt4 "Hooso of Optical Sorvico" Jeweler and Optician 228 WEST JEPFEESON STREET n, GETS OLD BOOK. LEADS THE WORLD. 1818-183- k. Being a man of wide experience, Richard E. Collins, ono of tho men pushing tho salo of Irish bonds In Cleveland, is not easily surprised. Ho confesses, however, that ho got a distinctly pleasant ono tho other day, when the salo opened. Ono Bryan Scally. a Great Lakes sailor, was responsible for It Scally camo Into Collins' office and announced that he wanted "to do a llttlo some-tnlfor tho Irish cause.' "How about a ten dollar bond?" Inquired Collins, sizing him up. replied Scally, "Ten dollars!" somewhat scornfully. "What do you think I am a piker? Put mo down for five hundred." For a moment Collins was "stumped." But ho filled out tho card for ? 500 and got a substantial down payment on tho subscription. "I bought moro Liberty Bonds and War Savings Stamps than any sailor on tho lakes," Scally explained. "And I'm not going to lot them beat mo In this." "Attaboy," was all Collins could hg fes 'ATTABOY. 1 1 it wiJ jrcu cauie me corn CLAftX . That corn tnd bclllr eu art fa. compatible U the tnoit trite of tra ismt That of the two bodily eaM U the most to be desired, likewise seeds do prorln j. Therefore, elirotsaU lb corn. That 700 can do It by islag nerrit only a tingle trial to demon tirale tdc ((( 10 the moat alrptkal. ll be cuotiMait, be m ie gonci. Don't think thai klHi'Mrim Com Cdrei" hat M mcm44, CORNEASB Ufa it dot art WVC At ali. af mU. fmmin t.(ti'cr tf Jf XNSOM afe,!! M MEDICINE New York. say. PAINFUL SPRAIN. confined to hor home in Parkview with a badly spralhod anklo, is reported much bettor and expects to bo able to soon bo out again. BASKETBALL. Mackln Athletic Club announces its representatives will play tho strong Elk Apcllos basketball team on next Saturday ovoning, March 13, and expoct to sond the Hooslera homo with their stock a few points lower than when they arrived, Anyone wishing to seo & good game should bo on hand Saturday evening and help tho boys to put ono over on tho Elks. WELCOME SPRING. Miss Noll Keaney, who has been will actually rcsto.c yonx to its original colo- r- the color it waa before it brcame cray nnd o grnduat thatyou. intimatefriendsc innotdctect the use of anything thfct produced Uiis result, although tliey will be Impressed with the fact that ou are veara younger. That's the beauty of rising BUUCBLINR Don't neglect your hair subjecting yourself to adverse' criticism makes you seem years older than you really are You can fust an well have luxuriant natural looking hair hair you can be proud of Price fl 00 at all dealers "" THE KELLS COMPANY of the war; was "knocked at auction for 74,000 francs (normally one-fift- GRAY IIAJR f z?! mu f tl X R vBlhi'i ff VI OPENS NEW STORE. ST. JOSEPH'S DAY. day, March 19, will celebrated at St. Joson East Washington will bo special services and an elaborato musical proof ladles' and men's gramme, and the parish societies of apparel, and tho same arieea will prevail In the new store, which St. Joseph Is the pafron are located at 2618 Portland avenue, expected to participate in col ob rat that prevail at the main big' store ing hit) feast, day. Bast Market street. ready-to-wear The people of tho West End will St. Josoph's be glad to learn of the opening of be beautifully the Brook Bros.' new store, which eph's church pens March 20 with a complete lino street. There cut-rate tmmrn? Immn u', ammmmlsmmmmmmn ifBE29BmvM'wamimmm0smmmH'iimiismmmmM rf - mmmk wImT ftiJmmmmfmmmmmflmifl iMm Jm. ' fimmmmn T Sill' I Immffiftm l?i i fl mmmmmff I rsti tr J ii ,S XK imHmmW i- fiPWm yBBimtV ...mi mwP "fmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmKy ' at' mrgWfiajBBWmTOfcJmmmlmmmW AmmnmBMif V flDmrnB JMLmmmmV- mmmi - mmmmm mmmmmv BflBmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmll mmmmmWuT t AUSTRALIAN CENTENARY. t.jtli 'rf VISIT TO ROMS. that Archbishop will eelebrate its centenary la 1921. Kaana, of Saa Francisco, and Blah The event will mark, that year ae a p CaatweU, of Los Angeles, will red letter one for the faith. Already laye for Europe on their visit to the a. programme for the observance of Poye In April. They plan to be la the anniversary has been prepared. ef St. The oelebratiOB wW be beH early Rome at the eaaoalzatlo , Joan of Arc, and will he gone atout la the year, and preparation (or It PreflaW LieyA floors a4. Wilt be m4e m the near intuit. aix months moatlw. ft la announced The Catholic Church In Australia rmfea&&l BRITI 8H PRBMIKR family emAMif th ON HOLIDAY VACATION. mmmmmmnflmmmmmmml Ever welcome spring will make Its advent this year on Sunday, March 21. Louisville and Kentucky have enjoyed an open winter, and every effort should be made in order that we may be blessed with a fruitful spring season. Everybody should plant something and swell Kentucky's crops MACHINB FOR MUSEUM. 114,800). The Government bought h It for Foch at about ef that price. The present owaer Intends to present the wachme to a museum, REAL K. C. VORK. Approrimately 100,00 former service men and women are reMtr las instruction in' aupaHmaaUry schools established by we HCslcllUi ot Columbus throuthout the amttt-traecording to WflMam J. SHpreme Seerataix t the Kalghta, who returned ott Sunday, after makrag a tourof l&apectlon. lie-Ginle- y, hJte koUy at thek home a at Cr!, Vftim. f , In Paris last month, sayB a cable dispatch, Marshal Foch's. field autothe allied mobile, which carried to all parts of the Generalissimo west front during the crltfeal phases y, . a tk, - . KE&arrisoKrsr MULLIGAN (Continued from First utr'tat irish AAdqBXEiOAsr. FOX WOMAN'S KYJt Two-color rji rage.). A ntntitn nf tho Endis'h Kins, Oeorgo III., stood at Bowling Oroon; that night speeencs wore mode there, tho Crowd of Sons of Liberty, including: Sears, Curtln, nnnno. Llvlncston. MulllKan. Tho statue being of lead, was torn down nnil rruottori into 42.000 bullots. which tho patriots used at tho Bat- tlo of Long isianu on August w, Astor House afterward His neighbors round tno wero Livingston and Aaron rrirr This is mentioned as an evi dence of his prominence In the com munity. He was an MUltia evory man was born in IreThis Is the first time that land. this statement has ever been publicly made. Yet Palfrey, Lodge, Fisko, and other historians, will toll you that tho Revolution was a contest between brothers (that Is English), iiad that all of tho Irish wero loyalists. Hercules Mulligan was a spy or socrot agent for Washington. Of courso all reports from such sources wore, no doubt, destroyed by tho Commandor-in-Chlo- f, after bolng read. Alexander Hamilton was ap- nntntivl tn Wnshlneton's Staff OH Tho historian, 1, 1777. Marc.h Smuckor, states that Hamilton wlUi a secret trlend In Now York, and Hamilton so wroto to Oenoral Oate3 In 1777. Thomas Jones, recorder of tho city In 1783 or 1788, wroto a history of Now York; ho quotes Gen. Ste- phon Moyian as uecianng mat noi a slKglo return or the number and Ct5 Btato of tho 'British Army that Gen. Sir Henry Clinton received but that received. also Wnshinrinn rinn Mulligan was a tailor and his shop 8 on Quen street was patronized by the British officers, with whom he was on good terms, ana no aouDi no heard many things. When Ticon-doro- 163 Col. fell a British officer, Ludlow, sent word of it to rebol Mulligan, as ho put It, that It would bo good news for him. Washington acknowledged Mulllgan'a publicly sorvlcca. When tho British ovacuated New York on November 25, 1783, Washington on. that morning took breakfast at Mulligan's house. 23 Queen Otreot (now 177 Pearl street). Mrs. Fanning, a descendant of Mulligan, residing In Astoria, possesses old letters, books and data belonging to the family, also tho original chair on which Washington sat; tho plato from which, he ate Is now owned by Mrs. Grace Wheeler Lawrence of New York, in 1784 Mullliran was made a HeVan ! nf Trlnltv church. married Elizabeth, a niece of A Afrea rairal Saunders, of tho British NaXy. He continued in husHijft afto.'f the war. and is mPntlo-JkA"nfirst , printed New York City Di Daand published lup vid FrantegfPn in Dublin. In 1802 Mulllf-jJWrtNo. 2 Vesey street. od Tho American Army was badly' Gen. John linntnn In this battle. Sullivan was taken prisoner by tho British. The roster of the three Maryland reelments that woro cut to nieces In covering tho rotreat showed that.ln one regiment 60 per cent. (602) wero Irish, and In ono company of the Third Maryland 177B STPflfTRICKS HERE AN1 EASTER i 09 BE JUST AR90ND THEC9RNER ft JI I i ; shoos bid fair to ka spring yoguo, Tho rumor grows that pklrta 'm to bo longer, Lontr sloflvrvi nrn nuttaJ around tho elbow. Taffota will cont!nu6 to bo wora for another season. Bvorywhoro ono hears plalda spoken of for noxt summor. Volvot for children has established Itself, being tho fashion for suits and frocks. Evening frocks, almost in ovary caso. show tho wired-ohinn umA full lines. With white muslin drosses tk correct thing la a llltlo bunch of deep orango nasturtium. Stockings grow thlnnor and thinner each day, lace ones for ovoning war being first favorite. Tho attractive models that havw been Introduced aro almost certain to mako popular the, capo Bult for spring. Whllo many long coats will bo worn this spring, there Is a doclded loaning to hip or r longth models. " nllp-litlut threo-quarte- I'APKR PRICE SOARa States Is soaring higher and higher. Practically all dally papers havo had to lnereaso their subscription prioa and many of tho magazines and periodicals. In tho main tho Catholic nowspapora bavo refrained from raising their subscription prices. hoping against hopo that tbo prieo of papor would como down. But a Catholic papor can not perform mtraclos no matter how much religious matter appears In lta columns. With tho cost of paper and mechanical production Increased "ufyil00 Por cent. It can not hop at tho old subto exIsfalri-Contlnuscription prlco USi.10 buslnoss at a dead loss. Very Rw Catholic papers aro endowed orWta'nd! by a no dlocqsan fund. TheyT thwr sources to draw from oxl0 advertising and subscription locoma and must tako steps to moot t0B("' tlons over which they havo no ?on" trol. Almost everything olso thS goes into the household has doublo4 In prlco, but tbo Catholic paper ra- mains tbo pamo. Readers and supporters of tho Catholic press should" recognize tho lnjustico of this. o A the-price Almost evory day wo'soo that of print paper In tho United ' S ft T 1 Mlikto'i ga I m&EmtmL Isilliliiy hrBli 5: nY''f s'' ' ' " i'- - v..,,. S, I y tmmw HONEST ABE'S ADVICE. good advice "Teach economy. ty Abraham Lincoln gavo somo when pret- Ml m IIJl I Iffi. R mJI I o iishman, at whqrP w.iTullt for vnnn tho first and highest virtues. It begins with, tho paving of money." It would bo Interesting to know just how many parents In this country havo waked up to tho fact that the tcachors In our schools havo organized their pupils Into thrift cluka and aro giving them systematic instruction In thrift and saving. It you aro a parent, let your child's teacher know you appreclato thli training bolng given for success and prosperity. And don't forget It Is a duty of every paront to sot his c,hlld a wise example. When did you buy your last War Ravings Stamp? REASON FOR THANKS. An Irishman, awakening In tho night, saw in his room what ho took to be a phantom. He soized a shotgun, fired at the ghostlike-object, then went back to sleep. Tho next morning bo found that the phantom was nothing but his snlrt which he had hung over a chair. "What did you do, Pat, when you found out your mistake?" askod a friend to whom ho told tho story. "I knelt down," ho said, "and thanked tho Lord with all my heart that I was not Inside my shirt when I fired." -- ho said: That It is ono Of ovor-moue- st quently kept. In the background in his later years. Hercules Mulligan died on March 4, 1825, at tho age of olghty-fiv- o yean. He is buried under tho Chancol of Trinity Church. In the Saunders vault. His sons. John W. and William C, wero leading Lawyers In later years. John W. was Associated with Livingston, and wan one of the city's nine aldermen from 1806 to 1809. He also commanded tho Fifth Regiment, which later fought In tho War of 1812, but It is rot yet certain that ho participated.! Ho waa surrogate in 1810, county, clerk In 1813, and as late as 1849 a member of tbo Board of Managers ma of tho St. Nicholas Society, death occurred In 18C2. William C. Mulligan was a distinguished man also. Ho hail a son, William, whoso daughter, Mrs. Robert B. Fanning, lives in Astoria, and a direct do- eiwmliini nlfin In Dr. Edward Llv Ingston, Mulligan, of Huntington, i.ong isiancj. whv him iforeuleft Mulllcan been ignored by American historians to men Mrhnn hnv irlvn nrnmlnnnc His who aecomnllshed much less? tfiinu to he the reason. irih na.mnspy and had he been cap Ho was a aman tured and executed uko Halo would have become Immortal Ho Is no( mentioned by any hlstor tin ariimt .Tnmfnt fJrnnt WllttOn Why do those historians suppress navo uonor WY,v Hr fhftv nnt montlon the six teen Irlfth riflemen who held the rail fence at'Bunker mjl against a regiment? Or Margaret Corbin, tho Irish herolno of Fort Washington? whoso sons Or Marjole, SulHvap, wore governors and high state official! Why Is tbo bravery forgotten of lieutenant Croghan. at Fort Stevenson, In the War of 1812? Or Jones that splendid horo. Paul There War? r'nrin in Mif Mnxlc&n Irish soldiers Is no mention of the who defended tho forlorn hope at tho Battk of Brandywlno, and whom Washington with tears in his eyes thanked tho next day? All of tho blamo did not belong to tho historians; who could partly bo excused on account of their environment and early training. The element were much, to blame, because p" bad neglected to. wrlto down tho records of tho men and wnop. of their race who had help-r- f develop tho American Republic. what-IrishmeIrlsh-Amorlcan ittsHkivi nntflriotv and conse The Robins are cpme art' they're whista, and a' twitteritV on the countryside. r J ' ' THIS LOT PAID. I ' . The trees are beginnm to bud'andthere a gentle hint of Spring time in the air. Soon all Nature will be a wearin b the Green, and all ye laddibucks will be a thinkin o' things to wear, the new clo'es, the new toppers, the new ties, possibly o Kelly green, if only to take the girl out walkin' in the Springtime sun. Surely, Mavoumeen, it's fine just to be a? On Juno 21. 1839. Father Tim- othy O'Meara, chaplain of Fort Dearborn, bought a lako front lot in Chicago from tho United States Government for $263. Recently tho proporty, which has evor slnco reIn tho custody of tho mained Church, 'was sold by Archbishop Mundeleln for 1500,000. In 1900 It was leased to Montgomery Ward & Co., which built on tho site tho Tower building, Chicago's tallest skyscraper. HOLY DAYS. Holy days to bo observed In the United States during the remainder of the yoar aro: Tho Ascension of Our Lord, May The- Assumption of tho Blescod Virgin, August 16. All Saints. November 1. The Immaculate Conception of tho Blessed Virgin, Patronal Feast of the United States, December S. The Nativity of Our Lord, or Christmas, Decomber 25. - 13. living when the Spring is here. CILUlAOTKIt, "There's a ripple and ashqwer of song drops shakinV A brown wing whirrs thru the white thorn spray." else or not. Why not (build, character that you may ever look back upon It with prldo? THE STAMP ACT. Tho Amorlcan stamp act, ono of tbo principal causes that lod to tho Revolutionary war and this country's freedom, passed tho Brltlsk House of Lords on March 8, 1765. TWO OREAT MEN. boy In the neighborhood who hasn't hte opinion of you and ho wouldn't oe stow aoont expressing It If a strangor should ask him for It Every man is always making character whether lie Is doing anytnlar that there isn't a You may set It down as a fact twolvo-year-old ANDREW JACKSON, Next Monday will be the anniversary of Andrew Jackson, tho hero of Naw Orleans, and afterward President of the United States. He was 1mm Irish parents In 1797, and by lit. oanng ana nravory wujj rl!tt.0f "QJd mckory." .f C . j - ... j ii. ii HUBrjCioys. ', re wpre calling on tka Jibwaya I aaw JlbWay- - tyake a poewMar. sign tO.YPH and shortly af; ''Haar. while ' "i ll s ffi ' " '? V.' " 0 Granvile 2?.Burton FOURTH AND , i " itcher&5tarks JEFFERSON Sons' J- Last Saturday was tho anniversary of two of tho world's great men, Michael Angolo and Gon. Phil Shoridan. tho first bolng bora la H74 and tbo latter In 1831. THEY ALL HELP, Onions are sunDosod to hn without pn equal as a riervo tonic, bo& purifier and general cleanser of the THE STORE OF STANDARDIZED VALUED &? 'V'--. &-- : A "Why MMyaa. jar d"". John Jtbway vjabaa me to atp Into tba p Ubrafjr MK ha bid apuia old TP; Yob kno.tr. J imofi to aior have a taste for boOXa." aay your I dar "Yea, Honry. taste was highly iratliUd, I heard s loui smacking of llpt and tkea you oxclaiwad, 'Ah! Thafa tka atuff!' " o cused terward yerlrB," ton of you kurrledly ' ex- !. .' O X .. "?' i; .' 1 and aids digestion r .' sloop because It contains opium. Parsloy is excellent for tho stomick system, Lettuce Is conducive ,y " - BETTER THAN rOWD.ER. . We bavo always knovrn that part-nlp- a and carrots are good far tka complexion. The reason for tala that both vegetables contain arsfij, wh(ch ha aa almost raaglea afttat' on the skin. (! ! -- & "vm-.i- v"v?ctim s Wl W&&t.-- , o r PHWti HMK M MAM HIKK TO I1KI0K8 YW MMtnVATMfi STMC rn HBWJ IH X WWW) H nor iiei ihnue n. Ml mm 412 3w W. Market St. HARDWARB 'inter!, Kj. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 11. Utluill Tafcai t Trisritr Is Incorporates. Ktry ESOO Qrlrer is lfrcott I VOLUME XLIV.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1920 PRICE FIVE CENTS. TRAITORS TO IRELAND BRANN'S IC6NOCLA8T. Nobody Flvo Irish traitors from Ulster teotablo business in! which men ovo British than Amorlcan. spoko at tho Medlnah Temple Chi engaged. Benodict' Arnold betrayed, could fall to note this fact. Evory cago, Monday evening. Thoy camtf his country, but ho did not Invade montlon of tho Union Jack, ovory to thia country on a mission or Ireland tor tho purposo of discredit- lying retoronco to "British bonofi- hatred, for tho British Oovornmont, ing Ooorgo Washington. That was conce,' every exultation ovor the and moan to Invade all tho principal depth ot Infamy to which ho could achievements of her army and navy, cities ot America. Tho groat Chi- not sink. In trying to escapo thol waa cheorod to the ocho. Every ln- cago auditorium was packed and odium of black disgrace inseparable I. suit hurled at Eamon Do valora, thousands turned away. I was from treason, ho may havo visited ovory thrust at Catholics, ovory thero. Tho very atmosphere waa tho Emerald llo, jbut ho was too sneer at tho hopes of horoos fight- surcharged with tho spirit of big- much ot a man to urgo a public au Ing and dying for tho Republic of otry. Not more thou 3 por cent of dlcnco to support . tho claims of Ireland, was greeted with hisses and tho audience wero on speaking George III. against the rights of the derision. g, ISo hypocritical Ho could havo terms with , Intellectual Hospitality. American people. Tho others woro actually deformed mado as good a case for that tyrant performance such as staged nt by lock of mental breadth, I deny as theso traitors mado In bohalt of Medlnah Tomplo, would becomplete B HB bbBl flsssf BBsltl ssH that this crowd of bigoted Anglo-faiiati- George V. to contlnuo to goVorn Ire without inviting . the audience to tm E bbbbbbbw was representative of Chi- land against tho expressed will of join in singing somo ot America's cago and America. Tho managers hor people Of cdureo his conten national anthems, but nobody had F' ' E B HHy had so organized the meeting that tions, llko tholrs, would have boon the nervo to attempt to reconcile tho H and f despotic and bigoted utterances no person could Interrupt pr ques- based upon silly sophistries tion tho speakers without being In- damnaMo principles, but Benedict from tho platform with the high stantly ejected. This made It Arnold whllo making his shameful and holy sentiments oxprensod in snw B bLH i sbbbbLP is LbbB 'v B JHbv B HH for our missionaries of hatred plea would not havo been compelled song. Think of attacking tho right to speak freely. By carefully se- to face the mangled ghosts of seven of to tho tuifo lecting tholr audlonco tho speakora bleeding centuries. of tho "Star-SpanglBanner!" Imagine mon extolling tho Union Judas Iscarlot botrayod Jesus and tholr sponsors proved that thoy Jack to tho tuno of "America" had a proper conception of tho Christ, but instead of trying to weak, dccoptlvo himself or hlfe Infamous deed, "land whero ray fathers died" died and defenceless ho wont out and 'hanged himself. fighting that charactor of their cause. black emNobody dares to submit a gold Had Judas taken tho platform to de- blem ot British despotism 1 brick to tho acid tost. Despite tho fend . his treason, his reason, logic if you can, tho unspeakable tact that admission was by Uckot, a and arguments would have been on hypocrisy of people who damn paHEAVILY ARfcJED, POLICE OP IRELAND tow friends of Irish freedom wero a par with tho contentions ot tho triotic Irishmen becauso they deorators from Ulster. Judas could mand indopendenco and freedom for A squad 'bf constables patrolling tho ntroota ot Drumbano, Tipper-e- y, present. Thoy weroj however, comIreland. All heavily armed, following tho attack by Sinn Fetnoro pelled to listen In silence to tho betray Christ, but ho so despised Ireland, cringing: refused "Lot music swell tho breeze, , battio was fought slandorpus, tying, rotten rubbish himself for tho deed that ho thought on tho police barracks there A th rilling five-holo. -and poppycock that feu in verbal to contlnuoCo" ;.. live never, And ring from all tho'treca, . ( between the' constables and the attacking Sinn Fcinor&&' treason torrents from the brazen' llpTrlhejof 'trying" Sweet Freedom's cong; bigoted traitors from Ulsior. I am Thoso traitors to Ireland lack tho "Let "mortal tongUea awake, money their military establishment familiar with tho art of public conso of shame that drove Judas to PRIEST ON SPORTS. Lot ALL tnat fereatho partake, ' in Ireland Is costing to assist tho speaking. It Is not a difficult thing commit suicide Let rocks their slfere break, tor men to do tholr by tho Very pooplo with hospitals and medical lo defend Truth in a public forum. It is hard Tho views expressed Tho sound prolong." treatment and schools thero might ' A Ho lias no defense. I havo heard best in a bad cause, but these Rot. F. X. McCabo, C. M., President Then when tho patriots ot Eg5"pti Chicago, bo a different story to toll. I am no many ot tho great orators of Amori Ulster en cortalnly went tho limit. India and Ireland offer to accept of Do Paul University. tho about tho necessity of and benefits Sinn Folnor or Irish propagandist. lea and tho world. I havo llstenod Thoy earned tho gratitude of Ire- Invitation when thoy attompt to derived from sports, aro noteworthy. But in the streets of Ireland I en- to men representing all degrees of land's oppressors and tho everlast- partake England not only denies Pastimes aro sports, Indoor and out- countered mora people who needed Intelligence discuss ovory problem of ing contempt of her patriots. Had them their n share In Freedoor, that aro Intended to give us medical attention than I havo over ' human interest, but .novor before thoy possessed tho courage ot Cae- dom, but sends them a Gen. Dyer or Shakos-peas- d my llfo. Thoy were crippled havo I mot with such crazy conton oon In sar, tho wit and genius of relaxation mental relaxation necesa Gen. Fronch, to answor tholr and tho eloquence of Burke, prayers sary In our lino, nays Fathor Mc- old men and women, children and tlons, such preposterous proposl-youn- g gatllng guns. How men. I do not know whore tlons as I heard presented that tholr efforts In behalf ot tho cause does thiswith Cabo. bloody chapter of recent ' they reprosont would havo mado British history in Arorltsar comparo " 'All work and no play makes tho source ot tho stories of tho Sinn night by those apostles of Thore Jack a dull boy,' Is a saying that 1b Fein riots emanate but I suspect Tho speakora woro not entirely to them ridiculous. eloquence Is nothing with tho Btory of German atrocities or genius in Belgium? When and whero did constantly hold In highest repute somo youow journalism eomownoro oiame. xney came to advocate a In courage wit, the monkoylstic Von Biasing equal tho bloody record by men in gonerol and should bo bo along the lino. Halt of tho crimes cause that Reason can not .support that can conceal that Justice condemns that Lib- performance ot mon wtio publicly of Gen. Dyer? Belgium suffered to held by every man, whether ho .la attributed to tho Sinn Foln aro acoccupied ovor books or In office, or tually perpetrated by demobilized erty can not endure and for which attack, olthor the multiplication bo sure suffered tho horrors ot at his place of business, no matter soldiers who still havo tho lust for brains can not construct a sound de- table or tho right of war four long years, but hor ops, fense Mon whoso brains havo been wbero. If a man noglecta this say- brutality and rourdor. Bank pressors did ono Inshootings ot policemen, etc., warned by bigotry, whoso souls aro In thl3 tragic hour, when tho fringement of not commit perpetrate ing ho becomes very narrow and ho llborty, nor tho period of his public aro found upon investigation to be pickled in projudlce, when not ar- - blood of her niyrtyred dead cries to a slnglo atrocity that Js not paralshortens usefulness; that is, if ho over had nothlng moro than shindigs which J rogant and impudent, excite my pity God for justice when Evonts with leled In tho story of British rulo In any public usefulness. I bollove I have their Inception after conlous rather than iriy reeontmsnt and con trumpet tongues challenge tho right Ireland. But instead of four years, can safely say that, as a rulo, thero drinking. The assailants in 50 por tempt. But tho men from Ulster of British domination when otor-a-al or oven four centuries, Ireland has cont. turn out to be former sol- woro not only arrogant and impuprinciples demand vindication Is no ono who likes clean sports ., dent; they were perfoct examples of and liberty for Ireland- - when God suffored this Hunnlsh treatmont for tcx than a Catholic priest. And this diers." 700 years. Tho Ulster traitors want rncarnato Impertinence has givon her a Do Valera the man America is for a very god reason. Idleness England mako It bigoted Invaders om of tho hour' to lead Ireland, out of eternal. to help ovll in tho This band of FATHER LOWE WRITES. Is always conducive to pol- - th wlldorness of oppression to the ot men. braced four ministers and a 2x0 hearts and in the minds What Ireland has ouffcrod at ttio "When you keep young men or old Rev. F. A. Lowe, an Enrllsh Itlclan by tho name of Cooto, who nromlsed land ot Indopendenco a hands of Great Britain can not bo LbpuHMOjMUlfdtJHh traltore ruftlulo, tolditln human.epooch-Toaptlv.olyongago4r in mon-w- ho. atfl, Indtarj aa .f another particular calling out of Manchester Guardian which is ex- - mombor of tho British Parliament AmorIca,to'"ljlast the hopes! Tof"their. that would fully express tho agony mischief by furnishing them with ceodlngly full of what, in this coun- - from Tyrone. Tho rovorond gentleono to mon answer to th.o names ot Blue, honetlcenco," and blot from tho gal- of Erin and would have thodescend good clean sport, you are giving wring from Into hell brightest fire words born of unutterablelips of we can -- pop." Among oiner, Harte. liazieton and Crooks. These axy of now republics Its them an opportunity to refresh try. woo themselves and to recover from the things Fathor Lowo has this to say: preachers inherited tho religious star. Made securo from interrupexpressions fashioned In tho red strain on tho norves, tho mental and "For long centuries England has prejudice of tho seventeenth century tions and carefully guarded from forgo of ultimate damnation, and physical strain that comes from sought to hamper and cripple Irish and glory In their legacy. Thoy embarrassing questions, this band of these might do justice to British thoir constant application to busi- trade and commerce Nover onco rightly belong to tho times of John Benedict Arnolds spat upon tho brutality, but I doubt It Still tho that ever, Irish traitor from Ulster sang: sentiments lias sho allowed Ireland a free hand Calvin and Henry VIII., and aro as grandest ness. You raako them light-hearte-d and you make them hearty. Surely In trade and industry. It wo read much out ot place in this ago as a Btlrred human hearts or called men "From overy mountain sldo anything that tends toward making Lecky's history of England In tho donkey cart In an automobile to die for eternal glory. They muLot freedom ring." d In eighteenth century wa shall eoo In parade. On tho Irish question thoy tilated history, Ignored facts, dis thorn happy and Jlfo must bo a good thing and loiters oi Diooa ana nro ungianus represent mo uespouc power max torted tradition, sneered at tho WOMAN HELPS BUILD STATUE. should bo oncouragod by every good unparollolod record of tyranny and has stood for seven centuries on tho graves of Irish martyrs, laughed at man and by ovory public official In robborv acralnnt tho sona' of Erin, bruised and bleeding neck ot Erin. Erin's tears, mocked at 3ier misery, Mr3. Paul W Bartlott, wifo of Ideas as Thero Is not a slnglo bright pago In Thoy represent tho cruel authora of heaped Insults upon liberty and maparticular. Such old-tlm- o yon hoard read hero a whllo ago, England's treatment ot Ireland, Ire tho Infamous Irish penal code of tlgned her heroes living and dead Paul W. Bartlet't, the well known to her husfor Instance that the billiard table' land has nothing to thank England which tho Frenchman, Montesquieu, Tho presence of theso men in Amor Amorlcan sculptor, camo found him(ca is due to just ono thing relig- band's rescue when ho wroto: ought to bo taxed becauso It fosters for." Now will Lloyd George and "This horrid codo was concolvcd ious projudlco. Nothing else could self compelled to make tho Knights to sllonco this patriotic EngIdleness, aro preposterous by devils, written In human blood, mako men botray their own race, ot Columbus statue ot LaFayotto for should bo roundly rebuked and con- lish priest? Bartlett wbb at a BUbmlt without protest to foreign Metz In France and registered In holL" demned. I novor played a game of Thoy camo to America to uphold domination and glory la tholr Iobs to proceed with work on tho billiards in my llto with the thought AMERICA'S PLEDGE. statue, which is a du plica to ot the tho power that nut Robert Emmet shame that I was idle whllo I was playing. equestrian LaFayetto to in 1910 I wob working just as hard aB posIn tho great pastoral letter juat to death, and McDonough executed Tho dominating spirit Demna tnoir Franco by tho school presented ot chlldron . Pearso and for tho mission to AmoricLwaa unmasked sible from tho tlmo I started until promulgated by tho Catholic hlor ntltvin America somo years ago. , Thoro TliAV 1WI nlol by Rev. Louis Crooks, whov accord nt rnir4nHam tho finish. If you call that Idleness, archy of tho United States it 1b do- q spiritual descendants of men ing to tho printed program, was to was hardly a foundry la Franco then I don't know. I must hove got "Self Determination, or whoro where tho work of moulding hold of tho wrong dictionary. And clarod wo wont Into tho war and who. under Charles II.. threw Enc- - discuss panics What Is Wrong With Ireland." At tho colossal body ot tho statuo could so it is with ovory sport. Now wo ended It, In any material senso wo land "into two ' havo outdoor sports that tako up a had nothing to gain. Wo fought to &nd forced tho Government to order the last moment tho subject was bo executod, but Mrs. Bartlott, who or wbb 'In Paris, was commisslosed to groat portion of tho year and are mako tho world a better place for tho arrest ot every Catholic In tho changed o Within threo days sho played practically all the year round all mankind. In proclaiming our country. It was during this wave of- tho Rulo of the Hierarchy." He let find ono. hor husband In New York in some parts of tho country, but purpose wo held up our country hysteria England passed an act ex- the cat out of the "bag. Catholics cabled to had found ono place tho that only a few monthn elsewhere. These mi Its Institutions as tho hope of eluding Catholics from tho right to outnumbor Protesta'ats In Ireland, only sho place In Franco capable ot sports bring tho men away from numanlty. The pledges wo gavo hold public office, and put Arch- - Under 'genuine democracy, sol handling tho big job. Tho statuo, tholr buslnoss cares and take their bo redeomed. As our Holy bishop Plunkot to death. The de- - termination would mako Catholics minds oft tho worries and struggles Father declares, tho Amorlcan poo- - creo uttered by tho Lord Chief Jus- - dominant in tho affairs of govern-pl- with tho aid ofin the French Governis of Ufa. It has always been a pleas"retaining a firm hold on tho Hc, in passing eentenco on tho . ment, and this must not bo. ' pro- ment, But now will process ot moulding. tako considerable it are ure to mo lo get Into a grand stand of reasonable llborty and Archbishop, gives a good Idea of the lestanta and time dominant In England and tho United statue, as besides the body ot tho and to sit thero- nnd study tho faces of Christian civilization, are destined spirit of tho times. He hald: repro&entlng Lafayotto of tho men, I don't care whetbor to havo tho chief role la the reator- "The Judgmont which wo give you States, becauso they aro In tho raa- - horso about to lcavo Metz toon his fight v,A In,,. nni-rt- J m uM n,f.iAi. .Vm I.. MnnMn nM i..1a.. .nil (riHva ArA PnMinlfu in no denied they aro priests, fudges, doctors, .iikm lawyors, buslnoss men, bankers or basis of thoso samo principles, when speaks. You must gc from honco to tho right of majority rulo a right in .the American revolution, carries men of any other class. . As they tho vlolenco of theso tompestuoua Nowgato, and from thence you snail ireciy nccoruoa 10 rroiwmnu! unu rr' f 7L uu,u " como In I could boo thoy wero bent days shall havo passed. i hn Hrawn fh ugh the city or utn- huh u a"! ovor something all tho timo. uan. democracy mane mm Marshal Foch addressing you shall ne justico7 down don to Tyburn; thore was a strained lQok about distinction? If so. damn prome Ottlcors ot the K. of C. wbon Tnore hanged by tho neck, but cut down damnable To hell with ho prophesied a quick end to the them as when thoy were going to botoro you nro dead, your bowels that kind ot Justice 1918, President Rovorso condl-for- e war in August, lot them roach thpfr work. Dut shall bo taken out and burned be- - such democracy! seats in tho grand stand or out on your face, your head shall be, (Ions and theso Ulstorman would bo Wilson addressing his war message and tho. bleachers. Lot tho players get cut off and your body bo divided glad to see their country free and to Congress,act otChristopher Columdiscovering Amerbus in tho in action. Soo threo men on bases Into four quarters, to be disposed ot Independent. If and man at bat and no runs mado as His Majesty pleases. And I pray . meant Protestant ascendancy, they ica. The members of tho Knights would not only reject, but spit upon of Columbus aro raising a fund of for tho favorlto team you havo God to havo mercy qn your soul." and a wvm tho nlcturo: tho spectators have Ot courso times' havo changed and I every, argument they uttered from $50,000 to pay for the statuowill go forgotten they woro oven men; they Pmttviinnta. would not do this now. the Medlnah platform. Tho selfish largo pllgrimago of Knights aro kids, evory ono of them. Thoy but theso Irish traitors from Ulster intorests of British oxploitors insplr-- to Metz In August for the unveiling. " jorl: havo forgotton that there Is any hint that Catholics would. Tho try od tho capitalization , of religious THKY SHOULD VOTE. thing else in llfo, that thore is anyto mako people believe independence prejudice in Ulster. This Is tho only thing important to attend, to. Ono tor Iroland means persecution If not thing that now prevents tho Irish Tho League ot Women Yotora has thing Is of all Importance and that extermination of Protestants. It's Ropubllc from taking Its place In boen holding a convention In ChiIs for tho fellow Btandlng at tho a He, but that makes it good Eng- tho sisterhood or nations. The organization takos tho All tho twaddle of these Ulster cago. plate to smash tho ball for all ho lish propaganda. It Is this damnaIs worth." ble splrlt'of projudlco and suspicion traitors about Ireland" having "bet- placo of tho Amorlcan Woman Sufwith which those Ulstermen seek to ter representation In tho British frage Association, now that ratificaKNIGHTS IN IRELAND. pois6n the minds of the American Parliament than Scotland," and re- tion of the Federal amendment pro ' ceiving back from tho gonoral tax viding for woman suffrage Is cer people Speaking of Iroland. Carloton W. They did as well as It Is possible funds certain "sums tor old age tain. Only few southern Kiatos, ' ot Hydo tor mon to do who preach the gos-- nonsions" and "housekeeping ex Virginia, Maryland, Georgia, AlaCoron. Knights ofPark, Mass.,off-a Columbus returning pel of hatred or try to publicly do-- ponsee," oven It true, does not an- - bama and Mississippi, havo gono on mralnnt rnnnnl the amendment. icial, explained that his wprk had fond tho right or a roroign govern- - wer a single argument given him an opportunity to travel to rule tholr native land. Un- - termination npr would they be con-i- ii though several States havo yet to o Thero is no longer nn Viiwimrva ntisvsuvl hv Rome ulrinrod for a. moment if Ulster '""re voto upon It. extensively In that country, wbero "the Knights of ColumbuB had eshellish social, political or religious Catholic and tho balance of Ireland- any doubt that tho womon ot tho heresy, that contaminates hi voir Protestant.' Tholr claims as to Ire- nation will bo given full suffrage tablished a large club la the city hinni nn,i iinvmiN 1ia soul of wa- - land's recent wave- - ot nrooperltr. as rights this yoar Tho old political of PubUn that took an actlvo Interest In Amorlcan naval men, They triotlsm. ho can not willingly sur- - shown by Increased bank desposlts. parties aro already planning to get wen eeattered at the cities on the ronder his country's right to be free even If true, were not only sordid out tho women voters Very few and Independent. When the Declar- - and vulgar, but utter rot when Catholic wpmen havo been ilrpml-neceat of tho Emerald Isle andports In the movemont for suffrage. Dublin and such baso atlon of Amorlcan Independence was weighed awiint Liberty, and, the Tho Thero was perhaps a reason for this boforo the Continental Congress tor right of m Cameron' and his K, ot C. sup-pi-le hate-breedincs poa-Blblo a" ed do-fosolt-oamo Con-celvo, ur ;- A JJ FLOODS SWEEP FRANCE AND GERMANY. Photo shows thousands ot A. E. F. motor trucks and cara under the risen watora of tho Rhine at Coblenz. Tho rush ot waters swept In so fast that removal was impossible Bab-mer- ged v.. - ' God-give- J ill-wi- ll. . rob-bor- light-hearte- pt anti-Cathol- ic n, o, cs - ns """" Z-ZZ r. '..' Tr' a3jj7rMfjMi SH -- BHf&f Through the National Catholte. War Council, with tho ' War Department, the Catholte schools of tho United States haTO boon ontorod In tho national ossay contest on the subject: "What Are tho Benefits of Enllstmont In the United States Army?" Notice, of tho contest has been sent to overy parish by Rev. John J. Burko, C. 8. P., Chairman of the Committee on Special War Activities. "This con- -' teat Is open to our parochial schools," ho says In his communication: and wo wish that ono of our' pupils would win tho prize Tho conditions of tho contest arer Ooscrlbed In the following circular soOt out by tho War Department: A national essay contest for Echool cfifhfren ot the United States on tho Bubjmt. "What Aro tho Benefits of an AUstment in tho U. S, Army?" waa TKiratod today under War DoparcSMt auspices. It is open, without anjBrntry fee, to puGREGORIAN CONGRESS. pils of all schoolJlin Amoril except colleges and uaJvorBlties.tU- His Grace Most Rev. Archbishop uoma or public graoQ'g- or m Hayes has given bis cordial approv- ecnoois, private schoolsM hito al and blowing to a projected must- - black, red or brown, maloft l American or MntinKglcarovbnt'"- - thair-bld- r iil-- . fair to attract tho attention ot CathTho olics not only of our own country, follows ;rules of tho contest ara but ot all tho other countries ot tho Essays to be written in tho class world. It Is an ovent which will oa Friday, February 20, also profoundly Interest all who are music lovors and 1920, from notes if desired. No Btudonts of musical progress and words ossay to bo moro than 400 In length. development. For it may now bo Pen definitely announced that all ar- used, nnd Ink or pencil may bo rangements havo been perfected for to bo but only ono sldo of tho" paper writton upon. Gregorian a great International Congress, to bo held in St. Patrick's a Essays will be judged strictly on Cathedral, New York, Juno 1, 2 and andbasin of originality, oxpressloa, sincerity. 3. Last year's congress was held at A board of throq teachoro In each Lourdos In Franco and attracted school thousands ot music pilgrims to tho written will pass upon tho essays tholr school, far famed Grotto. Othor congresses not laterinthan February and submit. 4 27,. tho best ' havo been Held at various European ossay from that school to centers with marked success, but It Army District Recruiting tho U, 8. Ofllc6r for . is confidently expected that the ono a which to bo hold In New York In Juno will the district in fifty-si- x the schoor-i-JRo-,located. Tho District ' surpass all that havo gono before. cruiting Officers ' will nppolnt board .on Tho world fatnouB authority ot judges In oach of their districts Orogorlan chant. Dom Mocquoreau, to solect tho best essay submitted by will como from Quarr Abboy In Engdistrict! Each land to bo tho principal director of the schools ot tholrOlttcor will then tho congress, while tho equally cele- District Rocruiting forward tho best essay brated organist, Joseph Bonnet, district to, Washington. written in his from St. Eustacho, Paris, will be the fifty-siprlzo essays will then ' grand organist. Theso two world bo The passed upon by a national board musical figures will dominate the composed of Secretary of War. Now-to- n proceedings ot tho congress. D. Baker, Gonoral John J. Per- shlng. who commanded tho A. E. F., ' wisn. what misn and General Peyton C. March, Chief , ' of Staff, U. S. Army. Thoy Judgo Jamoa Deory, .National the throe beat essays and will pick ' declare President of tho Ancient Order of thom tho national winners on April Hibernians, commenting on tho 19, 1920. On May 6th theso threo national Irish situation, pointed out that like tho United wlnnors, accompanied by parent or States so well that thoy wish Ire- guardian and the District Recruiting ' land to havo tho samo kind of gov- Offlcor, will como to Washington .tb ernment. Ho also declarer that thero rocolve prizes from tho hand of tho Is no place In America for tho red Secretary of War, as tho guests of "The publlshod in the flag. Intorost of tho patients at Walter Reed Army General Hospital, D. 0., which will also provide the ,pr!zo3 for tho national winners. Tho beat essay writer will rocolvo a "gold medal, embossed with tho seal ot &ho War Department, whllo tho Bchool he represents will receive a handsome silver loving cup, standing olghteen inches. The second best essay writer will receive a silver modal, and his school a silver loving cup. The third prize winner will receive a bronze medal, and' hla school a twelve-inc- h silver loving cup. The i cups and medals will be of the same BBBBw' itr design and appropriately engraved. All cups aro of sterling silver. them-solves - But;what0Yor roluctanco thoro may havo been In tho past, thoro can no longer bo any oxcuso for Catholic women neglecting to avail ot the privilogo bestowed upon them. To vote, and to vote Intelligently, is now a duty Incumbent o'ti them. Whether they wero favor-abl- o tA woman suffrago or opposed to It, thw ,du.ty of voting 1b now theirs. And Jho duty of preparing to use tho baiiPt intelligently and well is thoira also- .- During tho coming years a great deal will dopond on tho uso our CathQJlc women mako of tho power that Isconfcrrod upon them. If they leavotho voting to others they may soo& find that religion and Christian education will be hampered by hostliO, legislation. To safeguard tholr own and their children's rights Catholic women must register and vote As the True Voice points out, tho now privilege which has been givon them brings with It a new responsibility. Catholic women can not how shirk tho duty of voting and bo blamoless. NATIONAL ESSAY CONTEST. X " S' forotgn-born.a- re cs -- x , Irish-America- Come-Back- ," V H four-teon-ln- ch Hti IJffiLPi liLLi i&liBSSfe SUPPORTS m IRISn REPUBLIC.' sap-po- ir buu-uw-me- nt 1 JlssB iifl-i " : j 5- - ' JWKiK USHBRjIiiB BH R oa nt iiH IHR- iBR ' - "' won-adopti- rlKli, operated. "Ireland is whlsporland," said tH Cwwy man. "Thoy havo devel-oia- d a very serious mood in, that oountry. There hi no song or loud )ut a certain sombrene" YOUNGEST MEMBER OF CABINET hi th very air. Bveryon whlsp"-- i Edwin T. Meredith, of DesModnea, U Irataad 1 mw more Britishalltora Iowa,- new' Secretary of Agriculture, my wen in MtM than I had 4 about France. Jufet think and younrent man chonen, tor a Cabel wot mt pew y j'"ki .1 lyuseoy otsg t. It tb British Oov ot ,. , UftSi ot the iorty-fmm oM vmM ,vr - -- Ur o,lvtiwl lis Tttlaotlrvn ami nn. nwprwt hv John AAama. who avaJd: "While I live, lei me have a coun- or at least the hop of a coun-- . y. and that a frea country." f every miln ja th world, who W. not at heart a poltroon or a traitor. I do not vy thW UUerm thetr task. Ht m- It to not. only maaly th moat damnaUy d- . . or rejection John Hancock vu jbte a4 dor and pity of it all was tho fact- In tho fact that tho church's spokes ' IJit a frraat audience could be a- men woro for tho most part neutral sfwnlilea in America the land 'of on ' tho question. Cardinal Gibbons LB HBKLfl-L- Y 1 Lf9 LBBfiSEnl-Wahlngtxm. JetfeKn, JacfagOn. 'was frankly opposed to the BHLVLflHLnoSLVHLVBKHHHLw applaud ment, Othor prominent churchmen t(0KB MB I Lincoln and Liberty to such, a carts, cheer for Ireland's op- - wero In. ravor ot it. Most or uiem - were neither for nor against. . They. the GIRLISH SPORTISHNE8S. prefer, andin'glorifyworlfl most .dam rewarded It a outside their sphere rellgku h think A clever conceit Is seen above ia U as a political question, bfrotry, Pnwidtac to tw pod of to dtenuM from1 ?! Catholle womm, too, were re- - the unusually attractive out- - of- Bh4r raee; h orato part, to mln- re Usgltaa tlpa rfek, Tl luUat, for the of politic. sporting cwstume of 19J0. to Mm, wty mrc (to 1a the hurly-burli 'VBEH SH flftHHLl i ' mi K HH ' If Board of Directors pledged the rt of tho Ancient Order at Hibernians to tho Irtah Republic. It to purchaso $10,680 worth of fh6 RepubUo bonds, and tfee Ladles' Auxiliary will alo take li.Wft, 'worth. RADIUS JEWELRY 8TORK. Mooting in Buffalo, tho Natioaal nl u ww-resolve- d ! For the best bargains in wateh, , diamonds, Jewelry and novetlte th Radius, at 40S South Fourth Mrwst, Is headquarters, The proprietor, L, Wechter, makes a specialty ef repairing watches and Jewelry and U an expert in his business. His prkWr. HJJLJ1?; 1MO(?:LA.Ufc viitw'ta ,0r pfU lu rat y rrr arUeU urt , ssaUa f hk)wU it - ii .i -- 5 Um ' 'C .. "I I '- l -H j(4 ,,o t' ,.&'.-&- ' r i "When t KJBraroo!Ke J. ItEGI.VALD CLUMKXl-S. xucn JMfe:iOAje. ohe: ' the Shamrock begins to sprout nnd the grass turns green, And the hoys get out in left field and deep center raps out a homer, with two on ba.srs And the batter-uhear the crowds in the bleachers yelling their You can just heads off and sec 'cm throwing their hats in the air. It isn't long till baseball days will be 'hero again, with ' the Colonels fighting for the flag. p , Get in on the baseball season right at the beginning, gossip of who's to be who on tho with all the pre-scaso- n team and in the leaguer The way to do it is to read tho and The Louisville sporting pages of The Courier-JournTimes, wher.e baseball is written by experts who know the game. 'And besides there is the racing news every track follower wants, besides other sporting activities interestingly real No attorney in I,ouIsvlllo stands higher at tho bar and in tho estimation of hJS friend3 than J. RegiMr. Clotnonta ia nald Clements. widely known hero and is eminently successful in bringing tho most difficult cases to a successful termination. Ho is a flno speaker, Courteous and affablo in his manners, and has tho good will of his brother lawyers as well as the- Judges of tho courts In which ho practices. Absolute dovotton to tho interests of bin clients and honesty and efficiency aro his leading churactoslstlcs, aud nil cares ontrustqd to him recoivo his undivided attention until terminated. Mr. Clements is alwa)a interested In tho welfaro and progress of his natlvo city, and nothing that is worth whllo has over appealed to him in vain. Most Things You Want and Need Under One Roof at Stewart's The first month of Spring is a busy time of adjusting ourselves once more to new times. Houses are put in order, wardrobes planned and vacation time is peeping over the horizon of our thoughts. On high days and holidays Stewart's stands ready through all its long aisles and eight floors to supply all the ,. wants for satisfactory preparations and with values of 'Stewart's long dependable standard. . roTi:i:x. That poteen making is a domestic Industry of considerablo antiquity is a fact of history. In tho Rod Rook of Ossory thero is a description of a tho virtues of Gaelic compound, signifying tho Water of Lifo and a recipe for manufacturing it from malt. When landed In Ire tho land moro than 700 years ago they found tho people, according to their chroniclers, adepts in tho art of distillation. It is- not very clear, by tho way. when - tho term "potc.cn"--dorivfrom tho small pot stills In which camo Into tho liquor is madc--flrgeneral use; .probably somewhere about tho middle of tho eighteenth contury, when a band- - of mugglers 6et up largo pot stills in County Antrim and' laid tho foundation of tho famous Bushmills Distillery, tho oldest. in Ireland. Tho manufacture a must havo continued of to flourish during tho centuries immediately .following tho invasion, for restrictions vero at length imposed upon tho domestic distilling and tho salo of spirits, by tho Ilament of tho Palo. It was charac teristic of thoso times tbat whllo tho poor man thereafter caught in tho act of making poteen was led to tho nearest tree and hanged, tho nobility, oxempt from any penalty what"ulsge-beatha- ," Anglo-Norma- viewed. The sporting pages form just a small part of what you The Courier .Journal and The Louisville Times. 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The Louisville Times Delivered bv Carrier everywhere in Louisville, Now "Albany and other suburbs each morning, afternoon and Sunday' Give your order to the Carrier passing your door each day or ' ' Either Phone Circulation Department MnJ.t'or City 3200 o&td "6i VJ th papers will be started at once just as you wish M DvYou Believe in Protecting Your Family? monarch In stato, Llko Romulus or Julius Caysar, With tho best of Xino vittpls, to nte, And drink llko great "Nebuchadnezzar, A rasher of bacon I'd havo, And potatoes the finest was soen, O, I was -- sang. Protostant 'planter of Ulster having as llttio respect tor tne distilling laws as had tho Catholic Colt of Connacht. Just a century ago tho poteen traffic had become so extensive, not alono in Ireland but in England and Scotland as well, that moro than half of tho spirits actual oc? ly consumed in. these countries camo from mountain caverns, lonely islets and boglanc wastes, whoro tho poteen distiller, was able to- ovado tho law and pursuo his illicit Industry cxSWithout fear of molestation. A regular literature probably luiried in tho pages of defunct Irish" magazines must havo grown up around CT5 tho subject of poteen making a few generations ngo, when, tho majority of Irish farmors wero thor own dis tillers, and many of them retailers ?9s of unjlcerised spirits whon Lever - soever, could dlstlllapd UrJnk away to their hearts' content. As in tho days of soap and candlo smuggling, eluding. the. gaugor now beoamo a frCR,h bond of union orango nnd green, tho service behind them. - These are the everyday, supplies that meet the needs of your life every day and all the year round, and they have Stewart's seventy-threyears of dependable ar e (, STEWART DRY GOODS CO. (Incorporated) N CONNECTION WITH JAMES McCREERY & CO, NEW YORK. ' ' . fk ' You will of courso answer tho question "Yes," but what have you dono toward carrying out your good intentions and your idoa of your duty to your wifo nnd littlo ones? Good intentions aro all .right when acted upon, but if not carried into offoct, they will not buy tho necessaries of life for your loved ones whon yon aro doad and gonp. Many a widow and orphan aro today sufforing as tho result of tho carelessness and procrastination of tho husband and father whoso intentions woro good, but who failed to carry them out. WHAT KIND OP A IIUSnAXD ANT) FATHER ARK YOU? If' tho right kind, act now when you can, for tomorrow may novor A LJfo Insuranco Policy will take your place in procomo viding protection for your loved ones whon you aro called away. Let us show you tho comparatively small cost. Tolophono tho Company and our Agent will tako pleasure in explaining tho cost of tho' different kinds of policies. to-yo- Commonwealth Life Insurance Co. NEW HOME OFFICE Home Phones, City 8120-8121 106-11- 0 SOUTH FIFTH ST. LOUISVILLE, KY. Cumb. Phone, Main 383 President. DARWIN W. JOHNSON, Secretary and Treasurer. I. SMITH HOMANS, Assistant Secrotnry and Actuary. LOUIS G. RUSSELL, Managor Industrial Department. D. TOWERS, one! for drink it's no clarot, I'd cravo. But a keg of old Mullen's poteen. sir, With tho Bmejl of the smoko on it still. A law was passed imposing a heavy fine on any towriland in which a poteen still was discovered. But tho artful construction of private dlstillories on the boundaries droe tho proverbial coach and four through that statute. Stories, too, could bo tdld of how revenue officers used to bo kidnaped and kept in close confinement for weeks together in order to prevent their giving evidenco at Potty Sessions prosecutions. After tho R. I. C. t6ok to tracking down 'poteen makers in tho fifties they would pay handsomely regarding the for Information whereabouts of a still. N6t infrequently it was tho ownor hiniself who would put them on tho scent, and then draw for a wornout and worthless apparatus fls much- - ''Ctts-tl-o money" as would buy him a new And Boforo sir;. VOLZ MICHAEL ANNOUNCING &M:-wiMr- t Shoe Fitters to the Family New Spring Footwear We Are Now Showing The Most Complete Selection of Snappy Spring Styles, In Oxfords and Pumps, at Popular Prices. FA PERS WRITING For commercial use and $ WRAPPING Practical for all kinds of Envelopes. ROOFING Sheeting Plastering Building Carpet Fels, etc. - "EMERSON" SHOES FOR MEN "DUCHESS" SHOES FOR LADIES to-fitiiH- Special attention WE GUARANTEE g children. COMPARE OUR PRICES WITH OTHERS OUR QUALITIES. J, t i ' W- - 66 OJBAI MIlwOLVE) te0eeOee XAJULVIMIID" TUKF FIRR STOltY tho days of St. Patrick J Ireland tfas a densoly timbered country and tho only fuol tho Irish had was wood, for tho uso of turf had not yet boon discovered. One day St. Patrick's servant was re turning homo, when suddonly a little mad In red appeared In front of him. to one Question," said he, "I will toll you something valuable in 336 WEST MARKET ST. PAPER BAGS If interested in PAPERS in any way, of any kind, in any quantity, for SERVICE OR CELERITY ASK US. If you will ask St. Patrick tho Ifr an-tfw- or gs-- r ifi 426 W. MARKET Ij OUISVILXJE,, KY. You Can't Do Batter Anywhera. Liberal Terms. Cunsb. Phone S- - Hbm Phone 2104 2403-- a Wm. J. Brady PLUMBING, . .( Job Jr.' GAS AND STEAM FITTING Attended T 1136 SOUTft SEVENTH Wk Promptly STREET. (net When mass was over St. Patrick said: "Who was tbat wretched man who called out?" The sorvant thon told tho saint about tho littlo man. and hia question. Said St. Patrick, "You may Just go and dig your own gravo, for when you toll htm tho answer ho will surely kill you, but don't forget to lay tuo ioy and tho Bhovol crosswiso over tho gravo when you have dono, for the to the littlo man's question is: 'There i3 no hope for the fallen an gels." Upon hoarlng this tho man went and dug .his own gravo and laid himself in it, putting the loy and shovel pver him, when the little red man appeared and asked his ques tion. When ho heard tho reply he tried to get at tho poor sorvant to kill him, but as lie was protected by the cross formed by the loy and shovol he could not touch him. Ai last he said, "Well, you have answered my question, and though It 1b against us I must tell you something as I promised. Go to the bog and throw up some turf o4 It and lei it dry In the ston, and It will and he mk a good fire for disappeared. The man got out of the grave and he told St. Patrkk what the little man had. said and when titer tried they found every word true, Md trim that day to tnta the Iriek here Heed turf tor an-sw- or it?" said tho .roan. "Tomorrow morning, at mass, ask him this question: 'Is th'oro any hopo for tho fallen angelB?' " So tho next morning at mass, at tho olevatlon, tho servant called out ho hitd a question he wished to ask. "Well, what return." TIP TOP BREAD INCORPORATED EAT Louisville Paper Co. Thirteenth and Maple Streets BOTH PHONES f J '$ BETTER SHOES FOR LESS MONEY. OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK. HIRSCH'S GOODIES' Out of the High Rent District HIRSCH BROS. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. SPALDING SHOE CO. N, E, Con Eighteenth and Maple Homo .City 1300-134)- CHARLES WTLLMAN ECONOMIC PHARMACY ' 8 Cumb. Main 01 10 yu" PZiUMBUSTG GAS 0TITTXNG ANP 4 INCORPORATED , . ' fl ..,j.. 1203 WEST MARKET STREET PMTrn City 130 Luivill, , CORNER SHELBY AND JEFFERSON STREETS Complete Prescription Deprtment. niff s, Pfttewt Mcdijjlnes and Toilet Article. T&. X2V- Kentucky) Get AcHHlHtenvith Him. SFEMME&:r Mnnnot Vi - l M .t. KAr i V: .. i, lft m o word "Catholic" was added tho (Apostles') Creed In the fifth century, but tho word was not now 323 W. LIBERTY LOUISVILLE, KY. in ChPlBtlun usage, and Its addition that High Grade Clothing and Furnishings at Popular Prices only showed againsttho point needed emphasizing the attacks of . heretics who were .arising. The Home Phono Skawnco 105 word "Catholic"' la found In tho very Cumberland West ISO earliest writers of tho church. Thus In the year 110, only a fow years RELIABLE READY MADE after tho death of tho last of tho Apostles, Ignatius ,St. writes: "Wheresoever tho Bishop shall ap- 1 xf&r MADE TO ORDER Firm pear, thoro let tho people be, even X . as where Je,siiftmay bo, there is tho c Catholic And Harnack Church." x makes ono significant admission, ? which must causo some searching V of hearh to those Reformation Christians who refuse to seo how strong thp claims of tho Catholic CUT FLOWERS, DESIGNS AND PLANTS and Jloman church aro Jn tho pages Successor to Hcnriessy & Axman Big Selection of Boys' Confirmation Suits. of antiffiflty. Ho tells us that nttho end of the second cenTwentv-eiirht- h X 216-21- 8 uv l W nnH ritwn.wi a W. MARKET ST.. BET. SECOND AND THIRD tury tho wor,d "Catholic" "described 5 POPULAR PRICE TAILORS tho visible, orthodox churches x ? r wi-wwhich, under tlefinito organization, ii i 1 1 m 1 1 1 i ! UP STAIRS STORE in ri bad grouped themselves round tho Jos. Hubbucb, Sr. Seb. 0. Hubbuch .John A. tlubbuch Apostolic foundations and especially round Homo, as distinguished from, 425 WEST JEFFERSON STREET nn lnil. rnoilCM 1UU tho heretical communities." uiiui Til If therefore tho 'word "Catholic" 0 wns not added to tho Apostles' Creed until the fifth century, It was I; not becauso tho eprly chuch did not hold all that tho word now signifies for us. Rather was It truo that all this was taken for granted. In tho I" form of Arlanism. heresy took Its first formidable shape, and It was FIRE, TORNADO, SURETY, AUTOMOBILE, condemned by tho first General Council at tho beginning of the PLATE GLASS, BURGLARY, TOURISTS, ,lQurth century. One 'of the earliest subterfuges of tbeRO heretics was to FLOATING. claim that thero was a truo and holy church, which was not tho KWAXATY N. E. CORNER THIRD AND MAIN Then It became Catholic cjjurch. STS. needful to emphasize a simple truth Home Phone Shawnee 3226 that hitherto had not. seemed to call 1124-112- 6 for explicit statement. In the no ono questioned tho fact that the only Holy Church In the TENTH STREET TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO. eyes of tho Apostles was the Catho HKHXSftffiMEECSSSOJBOEESSJJKJE S. W. Cor. Twenty-Sixt- h nd Magazine. lic Church; but when heretics began Incorporated Cumb, Main 598 Home Pbonc City 598 to Bpreod doubts on this subject, tho Independent church was obliged to make, tho wording of her creed so clear that 1 4 Tenth St, Near Main, Louisville, Ky. oven malice could not distort its GEM LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY Camb. S. I53-- y Cumb. Hiin 507 so tho original artlclo meaning: and Returns Promptly Made Auction Sales Daily wag expanded Into Its fuller exHome Phone City 53SO pression: "I believe in the Holy Carefully By Hand Catholic-- Church." Lace Best Lighted House In City. Alark Your Hhds. Tenth Street House insertion of tho word ' Thus tho Indicates no innpvatlon '"Catholic" 839 FEHR AVENUE CUT STONES AND I NTERIOR MARBLE of doctrlno, but merely the stressing of an ncknowjedgwl truth which m horesy had the,n mado bold to quesCONTKACTORS tion for the first time. In Its pres' Set or F. O. B. All Cumb. Phone West 9 78 ent form, tho artlclo In tho Apostles' Home Phpne Shawnee 20 Paris U. S. Creed. "I bellevo In tho Holy Catholic Church." had bcon In use for PETER-BURGHAwoll over 1:000 years before tho RD roal Innovations of tho Trotestant Reformation woro even conceived. Xaereratt4 Catholic faith has remained tho . pnmo from tho ttmo of tha Apostles: Manufacturers All Classes MoassaoBts Protectant creeds are changed like ' ' garments tba.t vary with tho fashPLANT: 8ALF.SHOOMS ions of tho day. Tot truth Is ono l.'Uhto 14th Maple St. COO West .Tef rerftoa It. Both and alters not with tlmo nor tide. 1103 Home Phone 8271' Spring Suits made to order for less than any or MYER BERMAN Jaw "UtHiNiirniiii... J STMOM , in this City EDW. A. AXMAN FLORIST m PfWTPTru V.HJUUH .... mn s I I ........... .......... I """' m in KELLERS GROCERY Jos. Hubbuch, Sr. and Sons DEALERS IN DANFORTH & CO. , INSURANCE WALL PAPER, CARPETS AND RUGS Home Phone City 4300 WHERE t KOUNTS! t t FIRST CLASS FRESH MEATS I I West Market Street. frwaW0$ 16-12- Curtains Laundered WM. P. BANNON Contracting Plasterer 1 1 P. FLAHERTY t STONE COif KENTUCKY THEO. WALLER , CIGARS AND TOBACCO SOFT DRINKS ifciar'jrjB&i S rhnes TTtlCKS IX ALTi TRADES. lin for tho country and rented a cottago with a small back yard, be returned to town and purchased a monkey. Not a word of blH scheme would ho disclose to his old croalea.. exclaimed; he Rut afterwards Every OrJec Placed Wiih U Mawihwturetl At Ow Plant. Dub- After Patsy Hogan had left Both Phones 938 Repairing Promptly Attend! Ta' an MANUFACTURER OF , EIGHTEENTH AND HILL INCORFORM.'XD LOUISVILLE, KY. GENTS' FINE SHOES REPAIRING A SPECIALTY, Bat. Grm aad Walnut 40? Fifth Aveu, janaxrftzxszGt& Fr co. ALBERT R. RICHARDS Automobile Remodtling, Painting a Sptciaity. Bm 514-11- 1 ' MANUFACTURERS - .', SHUR-FLEEPOULTRY" AND TOCK FEEDS. JVUpbaqw City 9'rs and Main 912 WareftAtaae and EUvator', i4tk, and &ai LOUISVILLE, KY, U(t. Floor SwM()iiici CbM. Hon s.r to, "Twaa like this: I chained the monkey to a slick In me yard, and the coal ralns wer passln all day, and on ly'ry trala tber. was a atokw. In one wwik I bad twa toss of eoal in me cfflar- - and th monkey Mm oat nit: o AutMuWe. TefM, Htyt Top j an4 all Idrnh Ii3-ei- 5 m Wwt Jtfftrsm Stmt-- ' t Trimiiuaf. Wist UNrtf & rJO i"V ay tni -- J - 't re ' n 'o , it Ut iiii "ij &3ShS,'- "i, ' ZS&t s: ,,L ,f s $ 1. a Oo tory ot our busmesWSiggest assort ments of be Rugs Wall Papers 9W i Draperies In dependable qualities and fairest prices, will be the trade magnets and has labored ceaselessly and tireless ly for tho upbuilding of the best business Interests ot our city. Yet during these years of commercial activity ho has dono magnificent sorvlco for his party and his unself ish devotion to us principles have caused him to be honored and esteemed as a patriot who deserves the fullest recognition of his abilities and worth. Senator Knight 14 noted for tho actlvo part ho took in favor of tho workmen's compensation bill, and It may bo said of him that In ovory Instance whero tho good qt his native city or the bost interests of Its people were at stako ho was found .ever faithful to his trust, and has more than mer ited the position ho holds in the hearts of his fellow citizens of In local and State Louisville. Democracy Senator Knight is a foremost figure and wields considerable strength in primaries and general elections both. LOUISVILLE HOMH TELEPHONE. oiupu COFFEE For All Occasions Where a Real Coffee Aroma Is Necessary A. 4 & bid for your favors. Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff INCORPORATED ONE OP LOUISVILLE'S BEST STORES. MICHELIN TIRES First Pneumatics ever made aad still in the lead., High quality, moderate prices. i HARBISON & GATHRIGHT INCORPORATED DISTRIBUTORS. LOUISVILLE, KY. CARD OF THANKS K k ! f0 wish to extend a card ef thanks to' my many friends aad customers, whose patronage was greatly appreciated dtrijKi my InuHSteis career, and I take this cieant uf ' Ubfcjekiag th one and all; ' Z JACK. SHERIDAN, JPosMMrly CorjMir Saycntk el Market. y 1 . , Tho abevo is a good likeness of catod for over a year. It la ex pected that Major Bullitt will soon formor County Attorney and bo back in Louisvillo, unless perof Jfforson county, now chance, some Moxican Major A. Scott Bullitt, of the United break out and cause trouble should tho officers In States army, on duty in Washington Washington to bo assigned to duty with the Judge Advocate General's with the troops on tho border. Department, when the- army was Major DulIItt officially demobilized .um. October mentIon ed as s namo Is frequently ho was among the officers selected h rnmnratin tho probable choice- of by the War Department for reten-- i year. Ho has fion In tho service, pending' the of tho various the warm friendship ward and district establishment of a permanent mili- leaders. Every nctivo nrcclnct tary policy by Congress. m the party knows him perworker Receipt at Camp Taylor sdrao sonally. seems time ago of a series of charts on choice to He man. to bo their first a claim he court martial procedure, froni tho would know who did They hard work tho War Department, with tho printed and make appointments accordingly. endorsement, "Prepared by Major But according to his closest friends A. Scott Bullitt, J. A.," disclosed an he will not the Important piece of work done by candidate formako office.race or bo a any him. They wero sent by tho War 1ft known, however, that unon Department to tho various " army hisIt ONLY SURVIVOR LEFT. to camps and posts for use by Hhq litt return takoLouisville, Major Bulwill an active hand in state and trial Judge Advocates, party affairs Judgo John W. Ooff, of the New enter vigorously wherovor American troops arc lo into tho fight and, olect a Democratic York Supremo Court, is tho only to excated. Mayor Judiciary year. Ho surviving member of o tho famous ago years At the outbreak of the war in knows and precinct, next and dis- pedition which every ward April, 1917, Major Bullitt, then rescued John Boyle O'Rollly and TJounty Attorney, applied for avia- trict boundary In city and county, other Irish political prisoners from understands politics to the minutest tion service, and took a number of detail, and ns a. cnmnalra nrtrnnlzor tho penal servitude in- - Australia, to flights at iho Princeton aviation ,hajj few equals in which they had been condemned by field, but was rejected' an account of or, itepuoilcan party. tho Democratic tho English Government. Tho Capbeing1 above the aviation ago limit tain of tho whaling vessel which Later ho tried without success fot boro tho little band of deliverers on NATION'S AT VATICAN. Bervlce with, tho Judge Advocato their hazardous voyago was George Qenoral's Department overseas, in S. Anthony, whoso graye at New Tho diplomatic representatives ac- Bedford, Mass., haB often been tho spring ot 1918. Falling In that by tho flowers and watered ho applied for voluntary Induction credited to tho Holy Seo havo conas a privato In artillery, and was siderably increased during the past by the tears of Irish gratitude. Only accepted In tho fall of 1913, Serv-n-g year, and a number of Important last month. President Do Valera of as a privato In tho Depot Bri changes have taken placo. Thero tho IrlBh republic made a pilgrim gade, promoted to Sergeant and aro now three embassies of tho high age to the gravo and placed ,a then to Sergeant Major, he drew the est rank, the chiefs ot which, hold wreath upon It. attontion ot the camp Judge Advo tho style and title of Ambassador, CARDINALS SALARIES. cate's office through defending .a representing tho countries ot Spain, numter of soldiers tried beforo Brazil aad Peru. Tho governments court martial, including the famous whose representatives rank as MinTho Glornalo D'ltalla says that pas ot Lieut. McNamee, whom the isters are tho Argentine, Bavaria, the Cardinals living In Romo have Government brought to trial after a Belgium, Bolivia, Chili, Columbia, asked the Pope to raise their salarnation-wid- e search. After the armis- uoeta Rlea, Great Britain, Nicar- ies, as they can mot make both ends tice h was detailed to duty under agua, Holland,. Portugal, Prussia, meet, owing to the Increased cost ef the Camp Judge Advocate, wa com KiaUmd. The new embassies which living. The Cardinals receive at the mlMtoBftd as Major, and lataV trans baye beea established recently are nreeent rate ot'exchaare about $1.- ferred t Washington for duty in thoee of Poland, the Kiagdom ef the 175 yearly, lees than, the sh reeelv- the Judge Adveeate General's D- - 8rb. Creaks aid Sieves, aad' ovi ay Jau jhj yiiovun ib Aaiwr '' Wtaraat, wkere 1m ksg bees lo- - Veaeimol. lo. iff , - both day and night, and trying In overy way to sustain its reputation as a. big factor in our Industrial system. This company has spared no expenso in oxtending Us service, keeping the lines in repair and serving Its patrons with promptness and courtesy. Tho long distance service Is reached over tho lines ot this company, and it Is proud ot claiming tho largest list of subscribers. Over 500,000 aro connected In tho States of Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri and Ohio, and tho popularity of tho service is attested dally by all classes ot people. It is Invaluable to business men and professionals. Also in tho homo and church, overywhero filling a long felt want In the most perrect manner. Visitors can got Immediate connection with their hdme city and one can be both at homo and in a distant city at tho same time. Tho Louisvillo Homo Telephone Sorvlco Company is doing Its part In giving the public splendid service Engelhard & Sons Co. INCORPORATED 3egiflMHMiaBM0 H. Bosse & Son FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS PHONE 1022 , fort-tlv- 600 EAST BRQADWAY nejBHHHHBMi dec-orat- od ..ALCAZAR.. T.WO RANGES IN ONE to-day The homes of are being supplied with .ranges which burn both Coal and Gas because they offer convenience and real "Comfort" and real "Economy" all the Year Round IF YOU WANT THE BEST DUPLEX ALCAZAR for Yonr Yoa Will Get a Hoie . -- Hmc Phone Shaw. 4V L. BIRKEL & 1406 fr..S SONS Twanty.fourth anel .'- Cadar y .- 3 () (I 4 iL-- on i k V- - h'fs Hi. 4fc vf" r'i t . VuF 4 ' ' ,K " ': jaroaraoigag- imgjssc, piOA3v; 66 .. w"tV4gWt- i IDOES SPRING HOUSE I CLEANING BRING NEW HOUSEHOLD NEEDS? aaaaaHaSt.ftBlBLfV i ,Sf The Luck of the Irish" An ALLAN DWAN Production The Photo Drama of Many Thrills fcy&w BBl aB. .X jA-- a f Mi K.' im. W 9MeaflF.BBBBBWKa$&r J XtHReBiBiiBiAl Ocean and river voyages! Gondola, elephant, camel and rickBhaw rfdesH Fights with the Black Hand; slugging matches with dusky Arabs, husky China men and white villains! i JPunch and Pep Love and Intrigue Romance and Adventure Humor and Laughter and a Trip Around the .World! Harold MacGrath wrote) it! ALLAN DWAN directed it t vki i .: IV&V iHfcu Newly cleaned walls and pantry t GOD "The Luck of the Irish" officer of Death'n Hend Hussars. The reception rendered to him was greater than that of IHndenburg. He Is on the list of the Allies for trial NEARER THAN THE DOOR. Klamoa, Lieut. S. Creagor and N. J. Leake. 'TIa a quaint old Irish saying. Yet a sermon true and clear; Miss Irma E. Klapheko, who haa Should your heart be ever swaying been, spending two months in'FlorBetween hope and doubt and' fear. Ida, loft last reok for a'two weeks' stay in Havana. On her return, she There is help around, abovo you, Though of earth may ho your will spond somo timo at Miami, returning to Louisville April 15 after floor Help for you and thoso that lovo a visit to Jacksonville and you, "God is nearer than the door." Bon W. Martin loft Sunday night Do not sit in vain repining, on a trip to Biloxi, Miss., and New In the castle or the cot; Orleans, to be.gono about three Thero is always a silver lining weeks,' taking a vacation and rest To the cloud, Whate'cr your lot, uu mo oruers or nis pnysician. Though your heart with grief bo MlSft Jennto Brvnn Inu ralnrniut riven, from. Now Haven,' whero she visltoa nor parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe There Is Ono that wo adoro; Ask His help, it shall bo given Bryan. "God la nearer than tho door." tAAA AAftAAA AAAAAAftA' AAaAAAA . nans of alumimimor that wonder ful new glass which is used for both cooking and serving. Freshly varnished floors, carpets and rugs just back from the cleaners, charming new wall natters all brine the needs of the newest and most improved devices to keep them I at their best, with the greatest saving of energy. C7 A. . shelves suggest shining new pots and LIONIZED ON RE TURN TO BERLIN. Gen. Von Mackensen appears In his old uniform of is presented by wm Mayflower Photoplay Corporation REALAKT PICTUKES JW km mmiX i u v 12 & & Jl X With tho officers the Ford All that modern ingenuity can ;: dayMise Deltastay of awill return conference ofelection ofCatholicto club Roman after a week In w'oraon held at Washington ganize tho National Catholic contrive to simplify housekeeping;; York. men'a Council adjourned Saturday. Johnson Mrs; Michael Gavin, Now York, at New wook, tho guests was cnosen i has always our hearty endorsement. of Erroll Haven last and wife visited Donovan. St. resident:of Mrs. w.Prva. F. Novitt. J. tltt Saa FrdnIdent; Miss nd we never fail to secure the best :: Mr. and Mrs. Collins..yore rjwlclseoj, seconaAgnes Ecan, vice President: Mrs. Therosa, Aiuianpur. ' Rnntli mi villi. mbdern3evices for the pat cent guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ford, j'.Vino i'resluent; 1'IttSburjr. third ofthe ansa Florence jLoober, Now Orleans, Treasurer, and nnnvlnimi PnHlmn.A mtb. Tuoman w. Tarpy ha re f rons of this store. turned from a visit to relatives and Secrotary. Tho Board of Directors i In This Housewares Sections Is Everything New In Household Equipment Mivoluz. CharlotfA MrfTnUnm Cnn. cos Wobor, Luclllo Reardon, Evelyn Murphy, Anna Louisa Ross, Mildred Miss Alma C. Boslor is in St. Menne, Elizabeth Coleman, CatherL,outs, visiting Mrs. ;It. C. Stephens. ine Hosier, Mildred Horn, Bertha Darker, ICatherino Selhlnger, CathMiss Knthorlne M'attlngly left tho erine Garaghty and Lucille L.. Alien: first of lite woeK forn. visit In AVOME.VS aAAAAAAAAAA SOGIETY. with a most enjoyable Saturday at wjruuua ovv pariy, ner guests Doing Misses Frances Murphy, Sollor, JFelen Earley, Charlotte MI S3 LllP.IHn AllAn initnnlniul ' cou.vcri. :: toNew" orWo- I). LoutK. Vlitn - M. I T la '& A ' ATrl TTnrrt Tilt SOUTHS HIGHEST CLASS DEPART.UCXT STO,. ! KmfmmStmm CLEANERS AND DYERS OFFICE AND PLANT, 1140-4- 2 the Modern way 044H S. THIRD ST. WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER ALL WORK a. I ! Includes ono representative each of tho fourteen archdioceses of the Mrs. Jesejo II. TIerney and broth- United States. Chief among the er, W. S. Dell, have returned from recommendations mado by the was the establishment olNrt a visit to I'alm Uoach, Fla. servlco bureau to list all Roman Among last week's arrivals at Catholic social servlc workers and Tampa, Fla., were F. J. Lansing and to perform the work of an employment exchange. P. H. Hunt, both dt Loutovlllo. dole-gates friends at Madison, Ind. 4ay riFTiTtol REAL ST. PATRICK'S WEEK TREAT USTEXT WJB1ISK "",, Sunday, gMonday, Tuesday, Wednesday, i Feathers and Men's Wearing Ap t parel. AUTO Dresses, Gloves, Velvets, Silks, Laces, We Specialize in Ladies' Suits, John T. Glenn was a recent vis FRIEND INDEED. Itor at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. When a "feller" needs a friend Janea Bryan, on the Bardstown J he makes a trip to 215 West Wal road. nut street to see the Red Cross Mrs. Allen Long and little son. of Home Service, that Is if he's a war Newark, N. J., are tho guests of her veteran. Robert Huston dropped parents, Mr. and Mrs. Georgo 551x in Into the Homo 'Service office the Clifton; other day to ask about employment. It seemed that he was a printer and Mrs. Ray Bizot entertained a a good workman, but that every number of friends at bridge on time he landed a Job ho lost It. Red Tuesday at hflr homo on West Cross Investigation unearthed the Broadway. fact that Huston had attacks of epilepsy. This malady was tho result Mr. and Mrs. Wallace A. McKay of injury which he suffered while have returned to their home In he waa fighting for his country. Ho Crescent Hill after a stay at Carls- was informed that tho Government would give him disability compenbad Springs. sation and the best medical attenMiss Clara Earl, who has been tion available,. Examined at tho visiting her aunt, Mrs. Nellie Mor- Marino Hospital, he is now under rison, In Cincinnati, has returned to treatment at tho Norfolk Hospital for epileptics, tho only one in the her homo in Portland. country- Miss Irene McCabe, who has been visiting friends' in Now York, was this week tho guest of Mrs. A. T. Conlon in Trenton, N. J. TOLERANCE. ALAMO MONSTER PARADR. J QXJA.IyITr SERVICE J WnWHWWWHWHHOMMHmJ AJ&X JOHN B. RATTERMAN FUNERAL DIRECTOR AS NEAR YOU AS YOUR PHONE SOUTH 2. 6 2. OR CITY 3 Ono of tho greatest virtues in this world and ono of which we seldom Loulsvlllfl visitors enjoying the hear Is the virtue of tolerance. It Is season at St. Petersburg, Fla., are something which is needed in AmerMiss Muriel Winn, Miss Leona ican llfo today, both public and priShIor and Miss Lynda Gaylo. vate. Quickness Is an American Mrs. Henry VIgllnl, who has been spending several months in Louisville, the guest of relatives, has returned-to her home in Hollywood, Cal. Homo Phono City 2710 2114 WEST A1ARKET STREET Mrs. John. McAteer and Mrs. Phones Shawneo 1243.' Cumberland Charles Long left this week for Ada, Diamonds, Watches, Clocks. West ito7a. Okla., where thoy will visit Mrs. daughter, Mrs. James McAtoor's I! Silverware, Etc. R. BA.TJDE JEWELER Fine Watch Repairing and Adjusting. 306 W. MARKET STREET LOUISVILLE. KY. Homo Phone, City 4300 Cumb. Phono, Main 3580-- A H.B0SSE$S0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Telephone 1022 Wlntorsmlth. MIchaol J. Dant, tho well known and popular distillery superintend ent of Gethsemane, Is out again af- tqr being laid up tho past .month with a sprained ankle. trip C. Hoertz Mr. and Mrs. He"nry have returned from their wedding OOO IS. BROADWA Joseph Hubbuch Sr. & Son Sealers, in cent places in tho South and aro with Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Hemp, Jn CresHJJ1. to Now Orleans and other WALL PAPER AND BUGS NECKTIES I Dr. W. 0. Dugan and Mrs. W. C. Dugan. who have been spending tho Beason at St. Petersburg and other St, Augustine en routo homo. ;U.i?8 FALLS CITY MALL BLDO.. WEST MARKET ST. 10c Cleaned and Pressed. Florida rforl, loft last week for Artificial Paper Flowers and Wreaths w St Joseph Lillis A Specialty. 892-- J SWISS Cleaners and Dyers 617 Fourth Ave. t Mrs. C. J. Carney and little daughters, Misses Mary Jano and Elizabeth Carney, of tho Brant apartments, Now Albany, have gone to Freeport, ill., to spend several weeks' with "Mr. and Mrs. James Cowley, Mrs. Carney's parents, , Pton ShawiM 7 nm 'Vanmeter m Ml Phone 8907 Louisville people dividing their time betwan pie lira Jd MwneM, in New York Mat wic wr and, Mr. K. K. DaaiMt Mr. 'mn Ut. A. B. Xlttt. Mm.' C..C. Joren. U erected f, L. Ltndell, W. ptfmmw, H. H. J. characteristic, and wo aro sometimes too quick in our judgments of other people. A quick Judgment Is selCAPTAIN AND THE SISTERS. dom a. sane judgment. Wo are too prone to down the "other fellow" In ono qf our big camps, when when ho commits somo act pr word the Influenza was raging, some Siswhich does not agree with our Idea wore hurrlondly called In to of what he should havo dono or ters under the circumstances. This help. They came, ten of them, and said d did wonders. Ono afternoon, in a does not mean that wo are where politics or religion lull of tho fearful work, a Captain are concerned. Our education and of the army came up to one of them policy has ana said to her: our national "open-gate- " overcome this. Hut we aro too "Sister, you 'do wonderful work, quick to Judge our and all that, but I don't seo your when their personal life and habits way of living at all." aro concerned. Frequently we know "What's the matter with It, Capvery few of the circumstances, but tain?" we Jump to a conclusion,' base our "Everything. For ono thing, take judgment largely on hearsay and de- your vow ot obedience. Obey whom? nounce so moo no as or Some Woman no better than youra coward when, if tho truth were self. ' Women aro not like that nowknown, he is probably a better man adays, and I agree with them. Nothan wo. Many times people dis body has any right to give up his play lack of nerve at a crisis! liberty that way." through no fault of their own. It Sister was ready for him. may bo that they havo been Over"Captain," she said, "seo that telworked and their nervous system ephone over there?" will not stand tho added strain, or it The Captain said he did. may bo tho outcropping or some In"Well, suppose that little bell herited tondoncy which needs only were to tinkle now, and n voice on a nervous crisis to show it up.' Con- the other to tell you to sequently,- wo should bo tolerant In leave this warm room and. go over our judgment. Some day wo may to tho other end of the com. Would be in need of tolerance ourselves. you go?" "Of course I would, Sister; wo'ro GOOD ANY TIME. all soldiers, and everybody in tho service haa to do things like that," Tomatoes are so beneficial la the "Just because an unknown vpice effect ori the liver that thoy have oa the end of a. wire told you to?" been aptly styled the "vegetable cal- pursued the Sisters teasingly. "Well, serve Captain; we're- Ik a service, too--omel." 'C4ery hi an good tor teIc and IrkmmntUm.,paeele 'uf fer- greater eae. Umb wbeee Ab4 let me watrjarooi' tell year we knew Voice It ta ine frotn narrow-mindefellow-boingB hard-hearte- The greatest of enthusiasm prevails and from all indications the St. Patrick's day parade of this year will surpass any ever held In New York. MeetingB of tho Parade and Committee Celebration of the United Organizations of Greater New York have been attended by over 400 delegates representing tho organizations, societies, branches, as well as parish fioclotles and social societies ot every kind, who will join in the parade and celebration In honor of Ireland's patron saint and also to keop up tho national spirit of the raco both at homo and abroad for Irish Independence and sustain the republic as now established In Ireland. Clearance Sale Of Sewing Machines We are offering;-man- y new machines, as well as floor sanpks, slightly used and demonstration machines all of them at (he greatest price reductions of the year. There are enly one or two of a kind, thereIn necessary. fore an immediate-decisio- MONDAY TUESDAY Singer Singer WEDNESDAY $10.00 , $15.00, New Home .$15.00. New Home $20.00 White V. S. $25.00 Wute P. R $C0.OO Off Makes $5,00 and Up". These maehinesiare all guaranteed to be in good order. f HEMSTITCHING . BY EXPERT OPERATOR ' WE REPAIR ANI) GUAR. ' " ANTEE ALL MAKES G SEWING MACHINE White Sewing Machine Co., Inoorpoaitod. d L. E. MpCIure,. Manager 655 $uth IMMN, Feurth Ave; I Ah m TfMt . H.-.J- . eteeMtetee.eeeemeteteeeey k, tm. MNKGN, PrKlfoBt d Haufir. f. end-wer- e R BANNON PIPE I GO. ' I! ' Sewer , aid Calvert Pipe, ItUM'srttiit ri nrtll-rinf- eiclet o - Crate and Heller Tile, Fir Clay, Calms? OPFICB 83 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STRBlf. Cejrt, BraU TiU, Thrift Brkk, v? f LLU. lU Brkk W LUrfee rip fr StMM CB4Ht. ' ! J Tap. a yo-urs- . ihonc city 07i7ae.'icuMtt. main '. J$ vvop-- that eomnMMifUi The CanrtMn w, tee." w4h plnt. .,,.,, ,....-,,.WORKS-TM'rtes- atk mA -. .....-- . BrvaUMrM, o7. mm, mhI .. HMk Mawlia J. a iiiC JifE', a 3 r'T'mylm; v . Hi XTEbmr&xjovzizr xj&x&xx jusda&mxoAJX, THE DI&UtEST; THING IN ERIN. tn " It Isn't field or streamlet, it isn't vain nr tnar It isn't lake of beauty or river running free, But a green, green gravo in Erin is tno dearest tning to mo. thine1 I Tho dearest thing in Erin, tho dear-o- af caBaB. BASE BALL THE BEST OF ALL ( ktrMF Hlk rJuti jk BllTRnr ISvSJfc Iwtm. gp bDKiji nflEsJil rB 'I AwMht'!1 IJ-K- ? W -- H--h are fields in Erin wherein I'd like to roam. And' hills whorean I'd llko to stand and breathe tho air of homo. And woods wheroln I'd llko to Ho beneath some hoary tree, But a green, green grave In Erin is Ah, there I 1 OFFICIAL AMERICAN ASSOCIATION J ffi 1 HK OUTDOOR GAMES ' tho dearest thing to mo. Ah, IMS Mazda Lamp is tho bost recommend HHHHK&B B H Ve "wo cany'all "sizes, nndwhy especially BBHHHSKSHIh HRjSBPJSHH tho ono who gavo mo birth. Who died before my heart had learned how lonoly llfo could bo, And her green, green gravo in Erin is tho dearest thing to me. D. A. McCarthy. CASEYS STILL THERE. dear to mo Is evory foot ot blessed Irish earth, But dearest is tho placo sho lies I HIKE TO HEICK'S This is Sprayirag Time Just now is tho time to spray your trees and shrubs to preTont San Joao Scalo. Wo'va a complete line of Bprayinff outflts it'll be well worth your while to invest in Hand Sprays ....30c and 35c Bucket Sprays ,.$ 4.00 Barrel Pumps 12.G0 Portable Sprayers . . .". 23.50 We've Everything For The Spring Garden days of Sunshine Two makes ua all think of Spring Gardens Just come in and tako a look at our accessories for tho homo garden. We'vo everything jou'll want. For Spring Cleaning "We'vo Tho echoes of "Qvor Thoro" nnd tho other war ballads aro leaving our streets and theaters and gradually fading from tho diaphragms of veteran player pianos. Tho war is going to tho background almost as precipitately as It cams to tho front. But there Is still an A. E. F. Consider these, oxcerpts from messages received at tho New York headquar-tor- s ot tho Knights of Columbus: From Port au Prince, Haiti: "Six cases of, athelotic goods, creature comforts and motion picturo reels received. Marines overjoyed." From Vladivostok, Siberia: "Men awaiting transports enthusiastic over distribution of newspapers from home. Sond more." From Paris: "Army of occupation welcomes unsalvaged athletic, material. Gumdrops plentiful." From Panama: "Classes in K. C. building well attended. Some more English text books." From Manila: "Tobacco horo plentiful. Cases of toothpaste arrived," From Juneau, Alaska: "Ice cream and doughnuts still popular." All this means that tU6 Caseys are there with tho men and thoy'll be there as long ns thby're needed. AVELL SAID! The Boys are getting ready and anxiously wait ing for the Umpired opening call "Play Ball!" Pros pects for Amateur Base Ball looks brighter than ever, Louisville will probably have more organized Leagues and Teams than ever in its history. This means that every young man, with any playing ability, will get a chance to play in some league. Get busy early. Get your glove, bat, shoes etc. practice up now, and be in trim when tre game starts. ' (Mis A- -'" - llnr We nrojrendy for yon with tho largest stock of Reach nnd D. & M. Mitts. Gloves, Musks, etc, Slugger Bnts and Uniforms, xio have ever shown. 4 4HbHIB4. The ClaHlV Sutcliffe INCORPORATED. Co. a complete lino ot one. everything you'll need for your spring cleaning just come right to Helck's Step Ladders ..$1.50 and up Chamois, good quality, ?1 up Largo Sponges, 75c and ?1.00 Elite Dust Mops $1.00 46c and up Floor Wax Oil 25c and, up "Waxlt, 25c and up Lawn Grass Seed Quart 15c Half Gallon 30c One Gallon 55c. This seed is a mixture of Bluegrass, Red Top and Clo-vuse it and you will bo assured of an attractive lawn er Pruntng Knives Pruning Shears . ?1.2& Ladles' Pruning Shears, 10 ft 1.35 Tree Pruning Shears, 12 ft, 1.50 plwsJonPrtinlne ii Raws, ..1.25 a in and up Rent A" Royal - .... ii Jacum Sweeper Clean your rugs tho Royal Vacuum way this spring. It's much easier than tho old, way and means far less work. W6'll ront you ono for only back-breaklng. thick, green and velvety all not Does summer long. toughen or burn out in late summer. Garden Seeds We'vo a complote lino of D. M. Ferry & Co.'s Garden and Flower Seeds. Wo can recommend them, as tho kind that grows. Your garden wilt be a reality, not a disappointment, if you use Ferry'jS seeds. 5c, 10c and 15c A tian principles ono which Is not afraid to employ tho word3 of our Dlvlno Master applicable to a situation. Such a paper is the Times ot Erie. Wo quote from a recent editorial in the Times, apropos of tho difficulty encountered by people with children to obtain living quarters: "It is a pitiful situation. The hope of tho city, ot the State, ot the nation and of tho world is bound up in tho children. To refuse them shelter for no better reason than that childless couples are preferable as tenants is getting a long way from tho injunction of the MaBtor, who said: 'Suffer little children to como unto Me.' It Is a spirit that savors too much of worldly greed; of dollars and cents, and too llttlo of concern for tne iu ,jk.i.,.:..vj;nji " Wott turo" welfare said, Mr. Editor. Would that thoro were moro like youl BISHOP L1LLIS. Tho Right Rov. Thomas F. Llllls, Bishop ot Kansas City, born at Lexington, Mo., on Wednesday celebirthday annibrated his versary, receiving congratulations from near and far, many coming Bishop Llllls Trom trna nrrinlnnd on Aueust 15. 18SG. of. and was consecrated Bishop Leavenworth in December, 1904. In March, 1910, ho was appointed Coadjutor to BlBhop Hogan, ot Kansas City, whom he succeeded three years later. Bishop Llllls has been active in all works for his church and country and is ono of tho great prelates ot tho West flfty-olght In theso days ot sensationalism and "saffronism" in dally journal-Isit is gratifying to find one whose opinion reflects true Chris- Main Store 220 South Fourth Branch Store Starkt Building m, Wages Without Work WHAT A THAT'S investment. STEADY, REGULAR INCOME MEANS from a lime Sulphur This is Just what you want to uso with your sprayer. Cornea complete with container. 1 gallon . .f. ...,.C0c per gal. 5 gallons 46o ppr gal. 25c per gal. Barrel lots $1.00 A Week Package from your peraonal services, WHY NOT HAVE TWO INVOICES-o- ne which you have saved and invested? the other from money DO YOU REALIZE HOW EASY it is to accumulate by using the Louis-vill- e Gas and Electric Company's plan? MAKE THIS COMPANY YOUR COMPANY by becoming a profit-sharing partner. : 322 West Market Street, Bet. Third and Fourth CARDS CIRCULARS raiiM tHCORPORATCP. $5 a Share Per Month IF YOU CAN SAVE FIVE DOLLARS a month you can becomek Preferred Shareholder of the Louisville Gas and Electric Company. ONCE YOU ARE A SHAREHOLDER dividend checks are mailed to your address regularly every three months. No trouble or expense for collections. No delays. DIVIDENDS ON OUR PREFERRED STOCK are free of the Normal Fed-erincome tax. Stock is exempt from personal property taxes when owned by residonts in the State of Kentucky. SAVE THE CENT. Au ingenious professor of mathematics has figured out that one cent invested at the beginning ot tho Christian era (1,919 years ago) at a rate of interest equal to tho Qovern- mnnt. T.thnrtv hondiv that is 4,i per cent, with Interest compounded to date, would mane iuu.uuu giooes ot solid gold, each the weight of jia ftarth. Tho earth weighs six ciphers tons. But and twentv-on- e tho ono cent with its accumulations, reduced to a minimum weight in gold at tho rate of $20 In tho ounce, would, he says, make 100,000 planets of tho earth's weight. Tho moral is: Save tho pennies! SHOWS LAW AND ORDER. BILL HEADS hfr4$$"$$$m&4frS444t4 al When You Want Good Printing Call at Our Investment Department or Obtain Full Information by Mailing the Coupon, INVESTMENT DEPARTMENT INQUIRY COUPON. , z Q CD CALL AT 321 WEST GREEN STREET i ;: a X ot BOTH PHONES 623 o! fl "Certainly among those who are being imprisoned or deported there aro no Catholics, and certainly no univ Nam men." said Cardinal O'Connor in an address to tho Holy Name Society in Boston recenuy. "Thnf tn JffOf la sufflelfent to show that wo are on the side of ordor, of inw nnii thn rA.iaon whv tho forces ot disorder aro prevailing is not that tne power or tno cnurcn nas lessened, but that so many ot those belong to tho church who CO have do not up all rollglon and all given Louisville Gas & 1920. Electric Company Incorporated In Kentucky. 311 Investment Department, Louisville Gas & Electric Co. Please send me the details regarding your investment proposition. Name Street Telephone Number j, . , , o p Australia is tho most Isolated ot inhabited continents and is remote Incorporated from the center ot world activity. Northward tho sailing distanco to OtP1fQtfHMftM-9fr(!HMHM-frJapan is approximately 3,000 nautical miles; to India, 2,500 miles. Soutn America is 7,000 miles to the east, and Africa an equal distance west. From London to the capital ot Australia ships by tho Suez route WHAT IS HOME? traverse approximately 13,362 miles canal Home is where tho heart fiuds its ot water and by the Patama ornian From Calif 14,582 miles. greatest content. Samoa, or Fiji norts tho Home Is the result of lording how or Tahlta, routes via quarter ot "the cover a to bear and forbear. ot earth. Aus Home is the beet school for mak-la- r circumferencelarge th civilized neighbor tralians only true men and women. Both Phones. Sixteenth snd Main. a. radius ot a.ooo miles is Home, is Cod's blelng to man- within Java. kind, the safeguard ot the world. ' Home is the dearest earthly shelSOMK GIRLS' CLUB. ter from tho cradle to the grave. Home la an Ian where love fa Toe tfufe for CaAfeotto 'girls la landlord and contentment chief Brooklya. 'wfeieh la known as the gU40t. Ctub, iuui & ntem&ecvhtp of Home Is a corporation whom pre- Carroll For .Your Savptg U 5. Government Supwvis ion. ferred stock is ooateated children. 5.000. Aooonnts, repwowittnc 19, ooa vo& with a toUi Home to comfortable and aeeefl-nar- y UHfthw 4&,ooe PRTJOflTfl ARM NBBDHP. c retront and shelter for ua is jfMitf ef motowno lit tOoa,M, fe the WMWM&t of ooafctaaee built by th &, ooaiwvativ totytvyar eld bnk. ; , Zyto i Lwd-- fll H thfc advanced ape, and It we do not That w way conf)4otly wcget China to th BMmbw &NBCR THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND plant ii wall younr It will ive us Koovtr the et Gfttkolfc 4 mark in no shade warn we grow M, Louisville Anzeiger Company DRAFTS faith." him West Chestnut Street. Fiscal Agents. AUSTRALLA ISOLATED. H. M. BYLLESBY & COMPANY, CHECKS BLANKS 1920 can be seen from the recent BUILDING LUMBER LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK Bk -- ". two-milli- You'll Never Make a Mistake in Ordering: Our report of the Laiarlst Fathers of all China, according to Peklns for which there are today In China This represents Catholics. a sain ot 39,418 during 1319, which For Your Now lie mo It Ilns the Quality. d ot the is little moro than The number ot ordinary Increase. Ss European priests continues to deINCORPORATE less being forty-fou- r crease, there BROOK AND A." STS. than a year ago. This Is due to the Gorman expulsion of a number of missionaries during the past year. No province reports an Increase ot more than four European laborers whil tha majority ot tho fifty-on- e provinftM can report no increase whatever. Altogether there are at present 2.347 priesU In China ad 953 native 1.3U4 JtaropMM iura)v b mull fnraa far KUek an lm- 315 GUTHRIE STREET. hmm territory and to, many hmW wmn every, miiwonnry, imww.'hw BOTH PHONES 31S 400,04 one houcnttd converts, h T. MOltltOW, Mnnaif'er, x IT J. ir MuTlQiUl, waltlns to be eonrert8. one-thir- LUMBER OO. &3E.EJ Gt. jrOKC3BS FOR YOUR COAL SUPPLY Ait. Mgm Byrne Speed CoalCo. u n v ii o .4' :. .? iM--diAfM- J Zt ?. & ' o 3dBxrxjoiinr xklish ' jkJMn&ix&jLJ!C. l - a son ibacon -- Miaafieaaaetaaae;ee44 Hermah STOOs rOUflTM AVENUC rMrwotArso Sons 'm MANKCTSTRT ?: , INCORPORATED We Qlve and Redeem Qeid Tredinr Stamps. We Qlve and Redeem Surety Coupons. 0 rOJ7 KNOW ABOU7 OUR HOUSEHOLD GLUB Payments. , PLAN ? , ;! LOCKHART MILL END A Convenient and Dignified Method of Purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred . . v - , . 1 feature of this method aro Its convenience la malting purchases without any considerable outlay of cash. The advantage of buying oa tho Clab Plan durlHg. oar various sales AT SAIiB PRICKS. Whaterer.la tho price of tho goods to a cash or a chargo enstomer, that is also tho price to a Household' Club Tlan customer. Thero is positively no advance. There arc no "confidential arrangementa." It is conducted upon an open basis with a fixed chodole of rates. Tho first payments and Uvo monthly payments are tho same to all. Tbo outstanding . SALE .i . ... ... ...... ,,-' WOMEN kl I, .. '.. - t i' V' i Photo shown tho Kolchak forces. AGAINST BOLSHBVIKI. Thoeo women wcro under tho command of Womcn'a Battalion at drill. Most of tho tto mon shown hero hire boon killed by tho Reds during recent battles. WARRIORS tbe Nearest 'At Neat io Yott u Phon" WALIi 3 VOW N ORATOR. CONTINUES Through Next Week! Come early for first choice 1 ' u FUNERAL FLOWERS A. SURETY COUPONS ARE OJVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS SPKGIAT, SPRAT $3.00 A SPECIAL WRKATII Your Will Is Your a few sheets of paper that you sign. Through it YOU say just where YOUR property is to go. When your WILL is properly drawn and when this expe- - It IS SOMETHING MORE than r w'mmfik Jr i&&ifirvtf a , $5.00 Attorney J. J. Kavanagh is a man who upholds tho reputation of. tho Irlnh nation for wit and eloquonce Ho is not only ono of tho most brilliant mombora'of tho Loulsvlllo bnr. VWVWTvmV9W HB(fiS53ffiiSBtt''fci SACKED HEART ACADEMY, vvvvfTV? Vf V flf WW VW V9 WS III fVf v J3t mmmmtisa j Itour&t Avatar infirm? Hrerrwber ivMuKe mm, ft.; m Tht TTranlls JPor Olzla Boarainr aad Wo telegraph Flowers Toar Bay Wo&ool Womm. CKE8CE2TT KTT.Tr, SOUXSVX&&S, ST. NO RAISE IN utor( your orders are carried out to the letter without fear or favor, and with the greatest possible safely and economy for your eitate. You are invited to come in and talk it over. "enccd institution is your Cl GLOVES HJgh Moral and Intellectual Btanfl-aril- s. Catalogue Sent Free. AJdril Seeretarr, sacred Heart Aoadtmy, 3115 Cherokee SrlY. KENTUC3T? L0UI8YIM.B PRICES. The following prices are just and allow us only a fair profit WHY PAY MORE?Men's 2 Piece Suits, $1.50 Men's 3 Piece Suits, $1.75 Established Over vi - 10c Cleaned and Mended. Our Service and Workmanship Are A No. 1 WHEN in NEED OF ANYTHING IN Suits Pressed. Only 50c Neckties 10c each, 3 for 25c Twonty-flv- o Fidelity and Columbia Trust Co. Columbia Building SWISS Cleaners and Dyers 617 Pourth Ave. Phone 2207 MKKT Church Goods Line Or a Religious Book, Seo the WE ARE RESPONSIBLE Years. Rogers Church Goods Co. but is noted for his oratorical gifts, which aro always in demand. Mr. Kavanagh is constantly requested to deliver addresses boforo distinguished bodios"or at somo big celebration and lias never failed to delight and electrify his audiences. At tho bar ho. has been no less successful, having .conducted a number of Important suits with marked success. As a campaign orator ho has been a great drawing card in local political circles, and Is ono of our vlrougoot. Democrats. Mr. KaviinafiVf also finds tlmo tovdo editorial work, and is tho lifo and soul- of a largo and admiring circle of friends. - Puis Cleaning and Dyeing Co. Both Phones 2635. Wo Call For and Deliver. Fourth and Main. nrOOBPORATED 120 S. 421 W. Chestnut St. Fourth, Louisville, Ky. Th Oldest Trust Company in the South. - MUSKY Dism& Satisfaction In Eyeglasses Every pair of G'llsees thai we lnrnish so tnorougmy sausnes tne wearer that he recomendd our service to bta friends. Wo guarantee complete satisf action. Superior Deep Curve Lenses, with any mounting in ctock, case and cord complete 7fic Extra Small Shelltex Rims We fill your oculist's prescription or duplicate your old lenses. No charge for examination. HOOVER Electric Suction Sweeper IT BEATS- AS IT SWEEPS AS IT CLEANS THE Where the QuicK Meal Comes In Where the brightest ; Where the lightest; Where the -- home work caeal Is U jf feJjfc&d lilifi 3241 Ua Money' SIDNEY'S "THE ETKRNAIj IilQIIT." fig fSrSAjmrMJr "ratty fljBiwy Both rboncn C. oovhtst 4BS 80UTII LOUISVILLE w MEAT MARKET xaaa ous sxsczax.tx .... FIFTH 8TIU5ET SCHN.EIDER'8 J. BCHNKIDER, Jn.. Manager KENTUCKT LouitritUJ CORNS.BUNIONS &M , k3 r-T BATS THE SUH --3 KfSB' " 'v Dr. Uriah Z. Utsty ChirvrWIat 507 Stark Bail41m "l" Bath PbcjFe W'iVI 4 l.Ta P&CO W4 i 18.104.22.168 vy ' -a Oxygen rowder and -- Magic Flakes eaay. Eliminates SiSir , nuuuu .t. waflninB cioinea. jror ati iaDrlca irom tno coarsest to tbe finest. At all grocers and department atorea. Do not accepb substitutes. Uw Hand grease. It cuts oil 4 and Cleaner. .1 - City 07H8 WILLIAM SCHNEIDER Preston nnd Orinsby Hnrdwnrc, Paints, Varnishes, Glass. We Solicit Your Patronnco IlELI'ING TUB FAKMERS. 8'outli 2377 atiaxo soa ifDtnlnBia products a co. LOUISVILLE; KENTUCKT J No-u- r r0Ym BLUE GRASS GARAGE TBE OLD AKMOR- T535-37-39-- 41 Open For 13xxmijn.smm (Incorporated) ABSOLUTELY FISEPMOOF SOUTH SEVENTH STREET 25 mm. kmxxm AUTOMOBILES STORED AND WASHED to thcater stiiage cts. Olty 800 ail men m charbe experioiecb. lt-3t- PHONIf-3VXel- xx I boors J anderson S3ll Realizing that reconstruction work hnB lnrgoly tend.ed towards tho oxcluslvo aid of tho former Borvico men .who resido in the largo cities, tho Knights of Columbus have undertaken a survey with a view to rendering service to veterans in rural communities who earn thoir livelihoods on tho farm. Whon this survey has been completed It is probablo that tho Knights will institute an Intelligence bureau for soldier farmers, giving them, through tho rural press, briof and pertinent information from export sources. Tho K. of C. systom of employment bureaus will also oporato towards relieving congestion in tho cities and placing servlco men In satisfactory positions in tho groat farming sections of tho country. The Knights have already been in strumental in Inducing moro than 1,000 men to tako up agriculture, and their m6vlng plcturo propaganda abroad, resulted in thousands of boys returning to farms instead of seeking employment in largo industrial centers. POUR Tho people of Loulsvlllo will have 230 WEST JEFFERSON a treat for them in being ablo to Main 1134' seo "Tho Eternal Light," a wpndor-f- City 985 Lenten drama doplctlng tho life, passion and doath of our Blessed Estimates Given Lord. Under tho auspices of St. Xavior's Collogo Alumni it is boing Plans Furnished produced hero every Sunday and Thursday night in March and OYery Thursday and Saturday at matinees. It ,1s not being produced any time to conflict with church servicos. Tho -- plcturo portrayrf our Savior Phono Shavmce 380-- J practically through tho entire poriod 20H9 HIGH STJIEET of tho Now Testament. His birth, the star of Bethlehem, tho childhood and boyhood of the Lord, and Phone Highland 21 incidentally an amazing plcturo of the lifo and times in Judoa and Egypt, all theso things have been most faithfully and wonderfully filmed. Tho passion of tho Lord with all Its agonies is not omitted of course The actors movo through the whole plcturo with a simplicity 1025 Bardstown Road and lack of dramatic posturing which is very refreshing. Dovotion is obvious and ovor present. From Slate Roofer tho first sceno until tho wonderful Tin, Tile climax there is nothing In tho picture to offend any Christian, and Itoof Painting a Specialty everything has boon approached in the most devotional manner. A group of sixteen Cardinals WTOte THE DUNLOP MOTOR their approval after the first showCOMPANY ing In Rome. It is produced in management of 662 BOUTX TBZXp BBZST America under tho tho Catholic Art Society, a film con- Invltra y.ou to InsDoct their modern. cern which busies itself with the Oarage before pictures that win tho approval of you enter your car for safe keeping. Telephone City or Xeis 3380 for tho Catholic church. Loulsvlllo is Special Sates. ahead of most of the largo cities In presenting this groat film. BRITISH RULE. ul Tafel Electric Co. Where tho range stands ' the teet where That'a the "Quick Meal" comes ts. Qalak Meal Gas Raaiaa Sold, IsaiaHed and Highly Reeaa9ata4 Where work U done; Where cooking real fun; Where baklag give " iJgat Where dradge is ami e eight That's where IM "QHlck Meal". fa. v CitHER (x SON, ..,aaglSfcLe.. w. MARKET ST. MAIN 2360-- y J0HNJ.HESSI0N&S0N CITY 2360 BUILDERS E. T. WELSH and L D.'BAX . r& f Funeral Directoi And Embalmer..; -- -- fire-proo- f, steain-heate- d TinS NEAR. "V1 - XwLJBroii 'WS udmbst vr r BL B VbV MMHyM -- Hero is a little meteorological In formation for 1920 that may be of interest It indicates four eclipses will' be soon' durinjr the year. Two will he of the nun and two of the" moon. The' first will be a total ecllpM' of the moon on May '2; the next ellpe will be a partial ecllpw. of the sun, May 17; the next a ecllpM of the moon, October 27, and Mm last a partial eclipse of the Hn on November If. r, The information is front the - Government jfcWeetker Jeree. " to-(t- al .s. BSb JV2,!!- -- V;v ;.! "...L '' - Cardinal Loruo, in his Lenten pasAmong tho notable patrons of the toral to tho Dioceso of Armagh, Gregorian cays: coming International Congress tp bo held In New York "Not within living memory can tho first weok of Juno aro Cardinal wo 'find in Iroland such calamitous Gibbons and Cardinal O'Connoll; conditions as exist at present drasArchbishops Doughterty of Philadel- tic repression on ono sldo and retalphia, Dawllng of St. Paul, Hanna of iation on tho other, a military Sou Francisco, Harty of Omaha, reglmo rivaling1 in severity even Kcano of Dubuquo and Moeller of that of countries undor tho most Cincinnati; Bishops Brossart of Cov- pitiless autocratic government, vind dictive sentences out of all proporington, Burke of St Joseph, of Indianapolis, Gibbons of tion to alleged transgressions, arbi.Albany, HIckey of .Rochester, Hohan trary arrests moro frequent than in Franco, and 4A" of Scranton, Monaghan of Wilmington, Muldoon of Rockford, McDovitt porUtions such aa raised a wild Cry reprobation against Germany of Hnrrisburg, O'Connor of Newark, of O'Connoll of Richmond, Schrembs when it was in military occupation of Toledo, Walsh of Trenton and of Belgium." Wehrlo of Bismarck, and it is confidently Anticipated this list will PRIESTS HONORED. sqou bo greatly increased. Tho nows of the elevation of Rev, MAYOR OF DERRY. F. Leo Ganslor and Iter. Francis J. Prim to tho dignity of Domestic Tho ."election of Aldorman, H. C. Prelates to the Popo was received O'Doherty as Mayor of the city of with groat satisfaction by tho clergy Londonderry took placo amid rrcat and laity at New Orleans. Both The political orienta- have labored in that city and arch-- , enthU8lsm. tion of the new Mayor Is said lo be diocese for many years, and are' neutral as between Sinn F(nn and among the most faithful, earnest priests, Not only the Nationalists, but Ihe' enthus- and iasm at his election wae not onac-ccuhave they worked with unremitting ,of the Mayor's nollticar zeal and fidelity in. the pastoral on account of his. religion. charges which have been assigned Fori the new Mayor of Londonderry to them, but eechhas rendered inie a Catholic and.be is in the proud valuable servieee individually to sue and honored pdilUon of being- the ceealvo ArehBHtBope of New Orleans first Catholic elMtid to tMe oWce of in exteadinrhe work of tbe ehttrch ! Mayer la hie dtif for S68 year. tki'SMMleeeee. Char-tranhaW-workl- CONGRESS IIAB APPRO VAIi. r ," 719 E. CHESTNUT. LOUISVILLE, KY- - Frank Hartman DEALERS IN & Sons HARDWARfe Painters Decorators & Your patronage solicited PHONE CITY 7804 ' ; '' K ' BLACK & DECJtEJl nt neu-trallty- as FOllTAllLE ELEOTJUC B KIIM Shsee .1-- 16 to 7-- 8 o - CHILDERS Setk TV ELECTRIC MB CO; IKXMtroaATSJD - "'.- - -- 'r; :" "V--- ' .'; v. Pie... 1M '?'" J. lrtP'-i- i W'5S)toei w V, ' ' Z r, , ? ; '. .?-'-.- .. k.afe'ii' iTizas&msiir&jii ijJ5,&-T- L .. .i- :.'. 'WfcAI v Vf4... ... t?'Jl ".'.. JKHTFtJOBrSr RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertiser whose announcements they find in these colums. Wc aim to protcctvour readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. XXLimT AJSXSXX.XC3JkJX RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS DON'T FORGET THAT Gray-V- on Allmen JHCOKTOJUT. MENGEL BOX COMPANY INCORPORATED. Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcement they find in these colums. We aim to protect our read- ers by accepting; only firms of known responsibility. CANDIES . JEFFERSON AMERICAN CIGARS CUT-RAT- )0)4)a SWEET BODAS SHOP (The House ot Mirror) JEFFERSON THEATER BUILDING E Sanitary Milk Co. IS THE HOME OF TOBACCO STORES TOBACCOS PURE 1 MILK Manufacturers of . "ASK YOUR GROCERS. MACARONI SPAGHETTI S. aaj TV. WEST BROADWAY VULCANIZING CO. HHRBSRT J BNKINS. XMCORrOXATaaD V. G. RORK, PruUinl. t)t)a))a))) INCORFOIU.TXD . 2NCOKPORATXD EGG NOODLES PENDBNNICO. Inc. A. ENGELHARD & SONS SinmsviLLE. A vYvyYyYyyyy WOODEN AND FIBRE BOXES FOR SHIPPING -- GUARANTEED VULCANIZING Offico and Houao Workrooms Northeast Coper Soventh and Broadway Phone City 2511 LoulavtUc, Kentucky SHULER AXLE MANUFACTURING COMPANY HOME TELEPHONE INCORPORATED COMPANY t Automobile, Motor Truck and Trailer Axles. GENERAL. OFFICES & FACTORY Local aid Lonz Distance PhonM JONES AND N STREETS Parkway 2 SoU 801 LOUISVILLB, KY. II TV ... .i W)tnrwXKXTnmnnni.B i . IONGr DISTANOB tJUNNblllUNa . 1 I 1 I I THB SIGN OP QUALTIT SUgal'd 7411 But 180 CKKTtfCKT LAUNDRY CO. laeaqrporaled 614-82- mrx;s TESTED MILLS Louisville, Ky. St. Louis, Mo. Hickman, Ky. Meaglewood, Tenn. We Tailor Your Coat, Suit, Dress or SKirt Elkhart, Intl., v.Paper Mil!. Jersey City, N. J. Winston-Salem- , SIQHRSH aaBaBBBBakWaSaal 3H9aBBB Jm'!'iu 3 abu: PRICES ( SEXVXCS REASOX- - 8X8T FliEJASINQ INDIVrDrjAXJTY MBGLEMRY-WAR- D COMPANY INCORPORATE) 4503 SOtJTir FOURTH AVENUK. 5245, Main or City. DAIRY COMPANY ' N. C. Phones T. Ua&ecfelll St. . Dearborn Manager - DR. JOHN P. BECKER OPTROMETR 1ST. Lufkin, Texas. B. YANN OOa-31- 0 ARTHUR A, WILL BUILDBt JM81 MONTGOMERY JOHN B. WATHENJ FURNITURE MOVING AND PACKING SSO 315 Stark Balldiag. Tiiirk Floar 8&&Se8eS888&8888K Fourth and Walnut FhoaeCity 1180 SOUTH WENZEL tit. STRJMr ' South Twtmtytllxtei m. PRICES THE LOWEST Wet Shawnoe 1986 LONG DISTANCE HAULING 14 Designs & Estimates Furnished OUR NEW Gasoline Service Station TWENTYSIXTH AND BROADWAY Stop and Have Your Tank Filled Both Phonos 422 Hone Pkaae Shawne liio JOHN B. O'LEARY A CO, Headquarterg tor CITY AND FARJI PROPERTY OONTRAOTINOspLAaTBRSB See us about anything in real estato. We sell, buy and rent Brook imd Bloom 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. City 8S80 ouah. & HS-- l Home Phono City 4464. SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. Loans to those having regular Incomes or oalary, with no publicity or red tape. Loans to housekeepers n their personal security. F. R. POOLEY, Building, Room 1. Courier-Journ415 8. Fourth Street. al WM. P. BANNON LIBERTY BLOW Manufacturers and Ercctora of DUST COLLECTING SYSTEM We Mako a Specialty ot Plpo PIPE WORKS Mechnnicnl Air Engineers Work for THE VERY BEST Mark TLVniiATING HEATING & 544 EAST JEFFERSON ST. LOUISVILLE. KY. Sale, Pres. J. C Jftcoba. See. anil Tret. Is Open For Business EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS Home Phono Sbaiwne HENRY GOSfl Tin L. GRAUMAN & CO. Incorporated SJlS22B'1l.J5l&j.-st-,OStk-a- with the - nortTrrarwow 4!AU -- otatj" SLICED BACON SSI tore jr un area, ier, Show BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY ICE CREAM M'F'R'S.- atbolnatTi Eta. 610 "WEST MAXW 8XSJSET noma Phono. CItr UJi dun, uua sagiCiue. Coaster, C- WiCNIT'.TYOUBj Both 1104 South Seventh Street l?hono CItr 6S74 v vMOVCr aftlLaafialLTfiatSaaX Both ffcOZtaa rtonaa , PerfecT Motor Fuet New Crown Gasoline Also Mobiloils or Polarine Incorporated in Kentucky. Rd for Yonr Griddle Ib th Morning" . . HAMS. LARD. SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. Incorporated DEAD ANIMALS Root Repaired and Patat4 Asphalt Shlngloa a epeolaltr 3011W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky, GLOBE (LET US KNOWI I nH 1 V t iiira QUAKOR OIL CeMa. Catarrh. ffvreata'cniaad forRrlnn. Rro.rkm. at prtienla1u la eanaa; me epidemic of spanitb j,mwm.t a - UKK1 .i.iiihvibotUe. SSc a laflu- en are. Local and lonr distance moving with motor vana. Sirnlturc. pocklnjr and anipplnr. All work; guaranteed, iis ttmatea cheerfully furnlahed fra of A. AXVOLS k SOUS A.T7CTXOH ft: BTOSLIOE CO. STANDARD OIL COMPANY PIONEERS IN AJtERICA. Gen. James Shields, who obtained tho first charter for tho city of Chicago, was a Catholic. Gen. Sheridan was a Catholic, and his eulogy was delivered by Cardinal Gibbons. Do Soto, a. Catholic, conquered Florida and dlscovort-the lower Mississippi. Tho discoverer of lower Canada and tho river of St. Lawrence was James Car tier, a Catholic. Tho discoverers of tho main land of North America wero the Catholics, John and Sebastian Cabot. The founder ot tho oldest city in the United . States St. Augustine, FJa. was Tcter Melendez, a Catholic. CATHOLICS, IN CONGBJiSS. SECURITY A LOAN CO, InoorporaUf. A. Lazar, Manager GAJ3H PRICES PAH) HIGHEST Money Advanced on Yonr Plata Ret Call Homo Phone City 721; aiu west Jefferson Btrokt Cumb. Phono Main 721. (Socond Floor) Rome Phone City 2967. LOUISVILLB RENDERING OO. HAMBLY AH BROS, SHOE STORES JNO. P: MORTON & CO INCORPORATED ,THE QUAKOR OIL CO., fcJ31 W. Catholic school children will bo Interested to know how many familiar porsonagus in American hisNATIONAL HATTEES M. tory professed tho samo faith ns they do. 325 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Christopher Columbus, a Catholic, TOBACCONIST WTHOLESAia Is the marvelous link in tho chain DYERS AND CLEANERS ot tlmo which connects tho history 66 WeJt Mftin Street ot the old world with tho new. CALL FOR AND DELIVER John de la Cosa, a Catholic, was L9q1st11I. Ky. Homo Phone. City 1931 a famous companion of Columbus, V lie acted a his pilot. Amoricus Vespucci, from whom Homo Phono -- 00O Both Phones 240G America accidentally received her & CO. Louis A. Broring, D. D. S. name, was a Catholic. the Pacific Adolph Rcutllnfiier Tho discoverer of ocean was a Catholic, tho ronowncu The Catholic, Sir GcorgoCalvert V'asco de. Balboa. TORNADO, LIAIlUilTY AND The discoverer of Florida, John (Lord Baltimore), was tho founder PLATE GLASS I'onco de Leon, was a member ot of Maryland. 900-9- 0 (ho samo faith. lSTARKS BUILD1NO. The discoverer of Lake Huron 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET The Admiral of tho fleM thnt was the Catholic monk, Joseph Le first sailed around tho world, and Caron, O. S. F. OUR PERFECT VISION GLASSES Plenty-COAL-PI- etity The founder ot Quebec and distho discoverer of tho straits which bears his name, was a Catholic, Fer- coverer of Lakes Champlaln and Ontario was the Catholic, Samuel do dinand Macollan. Tradewater Lump $5.75 Tho dlscovoror of the Atlantic Champlaln. tho Iroquois Lonorgan, McKiniry. McLano, The republic Tradewater Nut $5.75 States of this Catholic. was John de was the missionary of Jogucs. Nolan, O'Connell. O'Connor, Jesuit, Isaac V'orrazani, a Ho coasted Jellico Lump $7.00 along tho shore from a point not Phelan, Rlordan, Scully, Sullivan, Walsh In North Carfar from West Virginia Lump $7.00 olina, as Wilmington, Newfoundland. ONLY TWENTY YEARS AGO. Taguo and Columbus. many of them Knights of far north Straight Creek Lump $7.00 Tho discoverer oas California and Ladles woro bustles. There havo been no Catholics In Operations wero rare. conqueror of Mexico was a Catholic, either of President Wilson's two Ton of 2,000 Pounds Per Nobody Bwatted tho fly. Cablnots, but tho Supreme Court Delivered Anywhere. Trading Fernando Cortez. Nobody had aeon a silo. can. claim two in Edward Douglas Tho first missionary of the Stamps Free. Nobody woro white shoes. was John do Brebocuf. Jesuit. Whlto. tho Chief Justice, and in AsRHeTe Headachea, Weak Eyes, Nobody sprayed orchards. Both of sociate Justico McKenna. Tho first (Jovornor and Chief JusDlzzlaefis, Distorted Vision, etc.. and FRANKEL COAL CO. tice of Maryland was Leonard CalCream was five, cents a pint; theso wero appointed to tho make Reading, Sewing or Close Most young men had "llvory Bench by Republican Presivert, a Catholic. Work a pleasure. Twelfth and Wilson dents. Tho first missionary in Maryland bills," Cantp.loupcs wero muskmclons. Oar Graduate Optometrist Trill Jesuit. South 273 was Andrew White, tho upper MisMake & careful scientific examlna.-tlO- City 20 IP You never heard of a "tin LizTho discoverer of MTIiES AROUND AVORLD. ot your eyes and Kuarantoos sissippi and first explorer1 of that zie." Cerrect and Comfortable Glassco. Doctors wanted to sco your ton- Nqw York to San Francisco.. 3.4GO rlvor was tho Jesuit, James Margue. obquette.. San Francisco to Yokahoma. 4,764 0u Club Plan enablesa you tocasn Milk shako was a favorite drink. Yokaboma to Hong Kong... 1.C20 Tho Ohio river was first discovertain the best glasses on small Advertisers did not toll tho truth. Hong Kcng to Singapore. 1,150 deposit and pay the balance in ed by De la Salle, & Catholic. Nobody called for tho prico ot SIngaport to Calcutta weekly payments. 1,200 Tho rirst Catholic Governor of 1,409 Now York was Thomas Dongan, an gasoline: Calcutta to Bobay NO COLLECTORS NO RED TAPE Farmers came to town for tncir Bombay to Aden..'... 1,664 Irishman. His commission bears mall. 1,308 dato ot September 30, 1G82. Aden to. Suez a Suez to Alexandria KINQ OPTICAL COMPANY drew The hired-gi250 Tho founder of San Francisco was tho Catholic missionary, Junlpero week. Alexandria to Marseilles.... 1,300 The butcher "throw In" a chunk Marseilles to Paris 636 Berra. a Franciscan. Eyesight Specialists 316 Tha commander ot the cavalry In of liver. Paris to London..... Folks said pneumatic tlrc3 were London to Liverpool Stephen 20C the Revolutionary war was 1134 West Market Street, ,y Moylan, a Catholic. New York..... 3,000 Waort to ZaLi'H She Star. Nobody "listened In" on a tele- - Liverpool to navy The founder of the American HCNRV C. HCNA f phono". 22,173 was John Barry, a Catholic. Total.. .ouivi4.:. nv. ' There were no sane Fourths nor The first newspaper In America electric meters. gave accurate reports ot the DRY FOR ALL. They .work like a charm. that Strawstacka were burned Instead legislative debates was established g Prescriptions callialf"for of baled. Every box sold to satisfy -- by Matthew Carey, a, Catholic. liquors can not be Issued in tPennsyl-vanla- 's People thought English sparrows Thomas Fltzsmlmmons. Moatana.iAttarnayiGencral Ford 'has or .your money refundsd. 'signer ot the Declaration of were birds. Jules Verne was the oaly convert ruled.'-- Distribution ot alcoholic a Catholic. (ndejwndenc.; w liquor in any way-- for human conFor Sake by Yeifr'.Driiggist Charles Carrel!, ot Carrollten, to una euBmarme. in, your ears to sumption Is barred in the State, de- docu-taeYeu stuck tubes wbeea signature oa tha. same rnllag permitting bespeaks starling courage and hear a phonograph afa It eoat a spite the Federal purposes, he held. & W. Gorntr Fourth am. JifftrsMil in 2fH:ftt pAckagM. M tor medicinal UMrtMsk patriotUuri, was a. Catholl. dime. 31st St.. New Yo'rfc (Incorporated) i3S Weit Main Strtat J. BU.CKNER -- . REUTLINGER FIRE INSURANCE IDENTIST 1 slL, Kinds of Footwear For the Whole Family Two HAMBLY'S Store While tho Catholics in tho United States Senate number only flvo, or 26th and Portland. Shaw. 1716 ono nineteenth of the total number 18th and Magazine City 7164 the pqreontngo In tho House of Representatives is greater than this being a little less than 10 per 01 cent... or to be exact, forty-fiv- e tho 440 members are of the Catholic faith. STMT ONE THIS KSNTH WITH THE It is moxt noticeable that there are no Catholic representatives from Louisville Bank tho Soutborn States except Kentucky, Louisiana and Maryland, whllo the West also makes a very Fourth and Central Arcane, Again ot tho forty-eigpoor showing. States, only fifteen havo memCALL US FOR bers in the Houso who aro Catholics. Now York maintains her reputation aa tho Empiro State, leading all with fourteen Catholics; New Jersey next with five, and tho Oid Bay State with four. FOR ALL PURPOSES Looking alphabetically down tho ot 440 mombors, wo find tho Kentucky Consumers Oil Company list good Gaelic names Casey. Cleary, -Kentucky Cullcn, Donovan, Dooling, Eagan, Louisville Gallagher, Glynn, Griffin, Kennedy, Established 1820 - LoatrriUo, Ky, OFFICE OUTFITTERS -- STATIONERS PRDTTBRa Weekly Savings Club mgpiii Oa FsovxDXjer aucGCAxxra 'Incorporated OrruUnd fcy WalUfcaowa aMUm x. hi aajkia South ht aad otatr irminin Property at LOWEST BASZB COLEUAN BUILDING B. S. COR. 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CfRir Cmtr and Ghestaui !",rtl"ft ' years old down In West sary ond proper to tho full exorcise Virginia, no I have a right to talk of that right; that to Bay, It may about educational matters. I saw tako over tho wbolo subject of eduIncorporated to It that my children both secured cation, and when conflict occurs begood educations. But whenever that tween Federal and State laws tho bill comes in hero to make a useless latter must yield." department out of tho Bureau of If an observant editor sees such and I Old Views and Now Evprcssions on Education, I am against it, means possibilities ahead In a measure adwill use every parliamentary vocating merely an appropriation of Dangerous Moventcnt Townrd at my command to beat it." And Federal funds to Individual States, attacking tho advocates of central- what results must ono anticipate Both Phones 445 Centralization. ized government and of enlarged from a bill such as the fcdoral power in a more general measure which not only provides LOUISVILLE, KY, E. MARKET ST. way, Mr. Clark added- "The United for similar though moro extensive 301 can not do every- appropriations, but also t States Government alms to Rebuke For Thoso Who Would thing; it Is utterl ylmposslblo. Tho creato a Federal Department of Ed host thing for Congress to do would ucation with a Secretary of Educa'- Place Burden on Shoulders of bo to pass a resolution hero directed tlon with the rank of a cabinet Government. to tho States advising them to member at Its head I And yet ad bill their governmental functions, vocates of tho and let us alone." toll un that there is no harm In the Representative Clark very proper- measure, becauso tho bill itsolf con Education on Exposed Field For ly summons tho States to do their tains tho clause: "That all cduea full duty In government, to discon- tlonal facilities oncouraged by tho Dangerous Meddling and tinue calling on tho Government at nrovlslons of this act shall bo or . Trouble. Washington on all posslblo occa- ganized, supervised and administersions. VIco President Marshall has ed exclusively by tho legally consti recently expressed Blmllar views. tuted Stato ond local educational Alarmed at tho dangerous tendency authorities of tho State." Tho two tendencies mentioned TENDENCY TO BE EXPOSED. abroad in tho land, ho demanded that tho Democratic party adopt in tho ono to shirk personal and direct its national plaform a declaration obligations in tho matter of educa"recognizing that this Is still a Fed- tion, and the other to foster cenTho Hon. Champ Clark, of Mis- eration of States; demanding that tralization of power in tho hands of souri, former Speaker of tho House tho States discharge tho duty of tho Federal Government tho latt restricting the ter, in tho present Instance, affectof Representatives In Washington, govern ing education also must be generrecontly frankly and In unamblgu- - usumations of tho generalNow Edwards, ally and vigorously opposed. Bishop ous terms denounced the growing ment." Gov. recontly of declared him Harris has given a clear, basically Phone Main or City 3783 has also habit of looking for aid to tho naself for a more goneral return to Important Exposition of tho rights tion In educational and othor by tho States and and duties involved in tho matter Speaking In Congress on tho vocational rehabilitation of disabled tho curtailment of federal aggres- of education; and the othor opinions quoted boar with equal strength persons Jho took occasion to rebuke sion. Whilo Marshall naturally does not on a movomont threatening these thoso who Book, through tho bill and othor measures to specifically mention tho field of rights. Mr. Clark's advice: Let tho placo on tho shouldors of tho Fed-or- oducatlon as ono in which tho tend- parents and tho individual States do Government burdonB tho peo-p- ency towards centralization is apt to their full duty, let thoto States, If safeguard necessary, bo ordered themselves and tho Individual produce particularly obnoxious Louisville, Ky, Clark and th ePost Dispatch and exerclso their own autonomy, is 414 S. First Street States should boar and to surrender to that Government rights they do. Speaking of tho Kenyon Ameri- prudent and timely. In fact, its is ono of tho most necescanization bill which, 'though not should hold sacred. Home Phone City 7158 Grill for Ladies and Gentium sary tasks of tho present Umo. as tho "Why do parents not tako caro of nearly so C. B. of C. V. bill, seoms to havo been that thing instead of coming to the Entrance on Second St. Cumberland Main 9193 by some Senators and RepreCongress of tho United States to NOT SATISFACTORY. havo bowlegs and othor afflictions sentatives as a useful wedge with liko that curod?" Replying to tho which they hopo to open tho wnjr An Irish witness was being exargument that tho oxponso Involved for tho coming of tho other more would not bo vory great, be de- comprehensive measure, the Pullt-to- r amined as to his knowledge of a newspaper says; "However lag- hooting affair. "Did you seo the clared: VCL they say It will only cost a million; but that is a starter, that ging tho Stato school systom may e Bhot flrod?" tho magistrate aBkod. is the camol's noso under the tent. lu some of tho States, no greater I only befall I have seen several of these bureaus calamity could Federal this country the"No, sor: ronly. heard It," was evaslvo system subhere." than to have a created since I have , been "That evidence is not satisfaClark added that from modest bu- stituted, It Is necessary In great ctory' replied the magistrate stern reaus they had grown Into large de- emergencies that the Government be ly. "Stand down," partments endowed with great au- empowered to conscript our bodies .The witness turnod round to leave thority and Involving heavy annual and our wealth, but never should it N. W. Cor. Second and Liberty. Louisville, Ky. expense. "There is a bill coming up be permitted the power to control the box, and directly his back was The proposes to or Interfere with the free develop turned he laughed dorielvely. con- here some time that ha Kenvon magistrate. Indignant at hla make a Cabinet member of the Coirt ment of our minds, I mlssioner of Education, a Secretary blll does not contemplate any such tempt of court, called him back and nf nsiiirtinn .' sm): t am mratnuf it," obleeL It merely providesmFederal asked him how he dared to laugh z -. : .v tLZnVii- i uuuw He explained that the result of the tunas ior suca mpies w win ...i.. In court. "Did you see me laugh, your honerection of the department would be take to give 200 hours & year of InEnglish aad history to or?" queried ,the offender. a vast Increase of expensive govern struction In kr . "No, sir.; but I heard you," was years- old, and unment machinery. He emphasised those, forty-fiv- e . , 326 E. CALDWELL STREET the English the Irate reply. that he was ."as much in favor of der, who do t "That evidence ! mot satisfacP education aa any man," that he bad language.1 But it the Federal uov atniKfHed hard to work his way to . eminent to "competent to make this tory," said Pat. And this time everybody jaugaed except the tag!f right ootlete. aad continued: "I wee Pre- - appropriation of conttltutlon (dent of a college' wee I wm twea- -' It way imm any other lawa aeee- - .CLARK P. WINKLER'S SONS WHOLESALE GROCERS Smith-Town-- er - i re-Bu- Smith-Town- er EMBRY '' .''. O X CO. 'I Boxes Lumber i Jer-so- y. mat-tor- s. Smith-Town- er GRAY & TOMPPERT HIGH GRADE PLUMBING al lo ro-sul- ts, ' Smlth-Town- er ROTH BROS. CAFE f T DUFFY ICE CO. u' - not-spea- k LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY, nrvi iiAri 't tn VI, - , Xi6ir'mAA W3?3rf" PSPt ... L'.l THE ft EIGHT-HOU- R IN THE HOME old-fashion- ed imBmmQsm DAY jucEjsravoojsrsr zkxsh: jkJsaa&isxcAJSP. V : ;? ' si t i . ' I l v.w, clothes-wringd and have disappeared, and in their place the electric vacuum cleaner and washing machine perform these difficult tasks far more efficiently than was ever possible by the old methods. wash-boar- d hand-operateer . , Just contrast the way of keeping house with the meth- Sweeping, dusting, ods of the modern house-wifscrubbing clothes, washing dishes all the varied duties of the home have been simplified with the aid of Electrical appliances. The broom and the dust-pathe e. n, ' Other' devices which make house-wor- k a pleasure are the electric iron no more trudging back and forth from stove to ironing-boar- d with a heavy sad-irothe electrically driven, sewing machine tireg eliminated; and the automatic electric refrigerator; no ice man's muddy boots to some mar the cleanliness of your kitchen floor. The cost of operating these appliances on our Excess 3c Rate is iftop flweepmgr txi?img-on- ly a few cents a day. Think of the time and effort you will save through their use, and ask yourself whether you can afford to be without them. Then call our Commercial Department Main or City 2182 and let us tell you how you can obtain these wonderful labor-saver- s on the e'asy terms of our plan. n, foot-treadin- time-payme- nt LOUISVILLE GAS & ELECTRIC COMPANY (Incdrporateil) 311 W. CHESTNUT STREET yy i 4QQM44444&WQfrM&MW44M44Q$9t4 I II !. Ci 1 111 M. Are You Looking For a Sound Basis For ! BUYING CLOTHE First of all you want all that's coming to you for your money. No one expects more and you shouldn't he satisfied with less. The next thing is to make sure that the clothes yeu getting are good enough to buy. They ought to be all are wool, built for lasting service, and correctly styled- Clothes that give you all that probably will cost you more than clothes that don't, but onjy at first. In the long run they will save you money. i Serve Excellent Meals At Reasonable Prices i- - We Own a Membership in the New York Stock Exchange for the Following Reasons: share, 'On stocks selling nt 910 per share and up to 9125, commission 15 rents per share. On stocks helling at 91U3 per sharo and above, commission 20 cents por share. Minimum commission 91.00. No additional commission of any description Is added. 2. (a) Under ruloa of this oxchange, a buyer of stocks or bonds for cash Is required to .make payment In full on tho same day on which purchasing broker must mako payment in Now York, Usually this is the day following tho purchase. Othorwiso broker must charge buyer Interest on tho amount involved until delivery is madb. In order to savo Interest, tho buyer pays in full for his socurltles before ho rocolvos - HERB IT IS us In a position' to tutocuto our ordora for the same commission as Is charged by member of tho exchange In New York City, namely: On stocks helling up to 910 per shore, commission 7J cents 1. It places pr 229 S. FOURTH ST., UPSTAIRS 11:30 TO 2 P- - SECOND AND BROADWAY t t jfovVVYVV ytoAAAykAAAAA,A-JHrAykAAAA- BREAKFAST 7 TO 8:30 LUNCH 11:30 TO 2 SUPPER 5:30 TO 7 !' Kirschbaum Suits and Overcoats You only have to see these clothes to get this point. They combine snappy styles, shapely lit, comfort and endurance in the throughbred way that clothes should. SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY YOUR CLOTHES ticipate. (d) You may loavo securltioB with your brokor for saio at fi. specified price higher than the prevailing market, quotations. Lndor tbeso four conditions wo feel that somo tangible asset, othor than cash assets, the amount of which you do not know, is due you as an additional protection. Our membership, valued at, approximately, one hundred thousand dollars, affords this pr6toctlon. Wo can not, under any circumstances, borrow money, on it. (b) Your broker may bo carrying securities for you in which yon havo a substantial equity. (c) You may loavo funds in a broker's hands in order to tako advantage of some change In security prices which you an- thorn. AMMAIlNrf7lllI7NT XL- -i 'I -- yyVYYimYVy sjsjftma Beth jwwtdw; Pees FOR SKRVICK MEN. business caa be thoroughly reorganized and restored to normal In a few A formor sorvlco mon who ro- Tho Louisville City Railway Com- days, but that all improvements and pany's desire to give satisfaction to reconstruction work require time, contly returned from overseas Bald ability, tho public Is causing tho company patience and cecutlve allowances and In a recant speech: Yours' very truly, near future, wo remain, tor will thereforo make "I wish to say a word peoto Bparo no efforts to safeguard minor defects In tho sorvlco which attltudo toward Insurance about the of the ple In Tory way. The employes are will soon be corroded. sorvlco man now that be is. dischargcourteous and 'obliging and tho running schedule noticeably good, while FAVORITE WITH ALL CLASSES. ed. When I left tho demobilization tt t 608 EAST ORMSBY AVENUE center with a red chevron on my ET3 : the workmen of the Louisville & BOTH PtlON an arm, my first Impulse was to throw A lawyer who has attained Nashville Railroad are to be accomCamb, Fhoae, Soath 1B91-- J City 4444 BM Pbow, modated by the loop which they so enviable success In his chosen call- my hat in the air, hook my arm over greatly desired. All over the city. ing Is William Duffy, who Is widely a cloud and sail whichever way tho one hears nothing but praise for the known and exceedingly popular with wind blewi Later I came back to I realized that the obliganew officials and' their efforts to all classes of people, Mr. Duffy has earth. good law. He make the service one of the beet in a patural aptitude for the profession tion to be a great citizen In time of peace Is as as the duty to be the country. Little by little Irregu devotes himself to his HARVEY-JELLIC- O larities are being corrected, the cars and takes the keenest Interest In. a good soldier In time of war. Gov- put In better shape, bunching done pushing all cases confided to him eminent life Insurance for the for His mer service man is the cheapest") away with when possible, and pa- to a successful termination. nfCOXFOXfnD)4 trons of the various lines are unan- -. high characters his undoubted abil- safest, soundest form of family proItoouB in complimenting the com- ity and courteous manners have tection to be had today." Scnrlct, am TIM Company With Many ot this man's old comrades pany upon the good work done and mBde him a favorite wxlth Judges of of Louis- In arms have allowed their Governthe desire shown to spare np ef- the courts and the $7.M forts to 'give the public a metropoli- ville and those vho leelre to have ment insurance to lapse. If they Blek JW jtarap Coal .from Baatora .OOlMJrtoiiUyarda. tan car service worthy of Louisville their legal atfalrt. conducted In a wish to be reinstated they caa find f jjiBoweiy ouyw vui ihb satisfactory sad honorable manner Government papers by which they A, jit vo First at Fiffawatk nail Yards teen at the people wiu reciprocate tuts willing- oould set do better than sail Mr. may renew their polities . Duffy, at kU' offices i the Realty Home Service Section .'of the Red atevater, Pesw aad ness ef the aw officials to give Ys4 on Walnut street,-sad tear is mind that m bullciag and retain ,hia Mrrfee. . Cress at All Ya4s. BETIEH RAILWAY SERVICE. After an absence of two years (duo the fact that our services wero needed by Uncle Sam) wo, Sam A. and Frank J. Pontrich, beg to announce, that wo have taken full charge of the firm our father, fllr, Nick Pontrich, has conducted successfully at 608 East Ormsby avenue slnco 1883. The firm will bo conducted In tho future, under the name of Pontrich Bros. Fresh Flowers will bo our Motto. Our plant, which la one of the largest In tho city, containing 30,000 square feet of glass, (an aero of ground undor glass) will enable us to furnish you with fresh flowers for all occasions. You can trust us with telephone orders, which our Ford will deliver to alt parts of tho city. Any orders you might favor ua with will be glvon our most careful'attontlon. Hoping to be favored with an order from you In the very Cunning, Lewis & Brotzge NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON. Exclusive Clothes Shop For Men and Young Men. mm W. L. Lyons & Co, Established 1878 123 SOUTH FIFTH STREET, LOUISVHJjE, KENTUCKY. rilOENK HOTEL, LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. 0"$"frfrfrfrfrtfr II .11 !!! I I I'll! IIIIHKW l i We Are . Going to Move Every article in our store is reduced tin price. This is a splendid opportunity tp buy First Cotnmunion Prayer , Boooks, Rosaries and Crucifixes. Our new location will be PONTRICH BROS. 321 West Jefferson PIKE-HICKE- Y. Street Just across the street from our present store. Be sure to take advantage of' this bis; chance in saving. CHURCH SUPPLY CO. ' 312 West Jefferson Street. Jefferson Street. COAL CO. tkt , New Location 321 West tht Cal Ktekjr. rpla Pr MnHa. Ynit - GEO. H. KRAPP Fttll Line Fancy Groceries YHtr "( v. Patr; '8. W; CORNER 11th AND CHKSTNUT 8Uolfre4 lleiae PJhcac City , r ' v"i , '': i j .;. S3 iv.."- p JLi&tJ. jti&Lr;