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Market St. iHkifk, Kentucky Irish American 12. urn ' Brery DrlTer an Escort iHlsviili Tarieit & Trmfw ssoo Incorporated PHMK: HOME BR MM t VOLUME XLIV.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1920. leader immune from criticism. In conclusion the Kentucky Irish American suggests that the Democratic party go ahead with lis harmonizing plan, select good nominees who will enlist tho support of tho people and drop the plan of trying to enlist the services of a press closely allied to Boss Hert and his machine. With the people united behind a clean and Democracy the Courier-JournTimes will, as past history has Bhown, be found trying to sneak In under the tent and participate in Democratic, gatherings. The now al PRICE FIVE CENTS. im ARCHBISHOP Severely Scores State Superintendent n of tlio New York LcilgllC. Anti-Saloo- ii yfagi m I "1 mi iff a wl mum w i m m iim iiM iiiiiHiriTll HMeMfcaMBlMM hmiiii in IRELAND Kxporlcnce of Past elrn.al Causes Political Distinst In Bodies. Sinister Figure Who 1'Ihjs tho Itolo of Brewer of Bigotry. No Honest Man Believes the Church an Kncmy of Law and & ft Oder. yiF atWH t DEMANDS THE LAW BE OBEYED. !. v. . Writing from London, Floyd Hll!KSiuaa-'UJ'I'Archbishop Patrick J. Hayes, of HkirfvZ'a1laaIHIaaaaaaaJKWB ft.TS lwfilr ; sends the following to tho tv" )( NaaVVHBBUaHpVtiaA&v. Ji I I New York, last week Issued a statefl r BipE American press, news that has not JSaaaBaB Les Ki& ment In answer to the attacks by been previously given out and that William H. Anderson, State Superin will prove interesting reading: fa t"MmWlfTm ir"ndJfaaaaaaF teaV W ST V n League, of the tendent Ireland has been betrayed In tho In which ho characterized Anderson past by both of tho older political WELCOME "PUSSY FOOT" JOHNSON. as a "sinister figure In American tho Liberal and the FAVORITE YANK HIDE It AND HIS BEST BET. politics who sinks so low as to play British "Dry" leaders celebrate the return of "Pussyfoot" Johnson partles-- through the failures of of bigotry." At the role of a brewer to the prohibition campaign. After his recent Injury at the hands of past governments Fred Marlmee Carmody, leading He earns about $25,000 a year. the the same time, in an address before jockey at Havana, with tho beautiful French horse "Shasta." 'London students with a great meet at Central Hall, Westminster. John- has now become the Labor party custodian of 400 clergymen, In the rooms of the son' Is shown at tho right of tho Chairman's table. the last hopes of those Irishmen Methodist Book Concern, Anderson who look to England for assistance repeated his previous statements, mit breezy jazz after tho best AmerFather Walsh, Miss Lillian Trudeau In the practical realization of tho declaring that he had never attack- ican fashion, with a few explosive popular demand for the control of and Edward Wolfe. ed the Catholic church, but predict Bolshevik bars thrown In, with tho Brother Benjamin, Superior of their affairs." ing that if the church arrayed Itself result that the boys are energized That Is tho statement of Arthur St. XaVier's College, assisted by the on the Blue against prohibition it and the bouts snappy from start to students and Juniors, furnished a Ilonderson, M. p., Secretary ot tho will find itself "shorn of power as finish. pleasing programme for Wednesday Labor party, which believes that tho completely us Samson was stripped and evening, It being known as "Irish Irish question can bo settled only by Day Celebrated in Many when ho dallied with sin." Anderby Reorganization of the Enthused MEMORIAL TO STUDENTS. Night" at the college There were granting full independence. "Labor have been son said his attacks Varied Forms by Local special features by the athletic will tako no part or lot In another Party In City and against certain leaders of the Cath.St. Xavior's College has purchasclasses, which had been trained by betrayal of tho Irish people; nor Irish. olic church and against a certain Stntc. and Joseph will It acquiesce in a further withBrother Stanislaus element within the church which is ed the tract of land at Clay and Welssmueller, and the big audience holding of that which Is tho symbol Kentucky streot3, formerly known "in politics up to Us neck." enjoyed these stunts Immensely. All of national political liberty," said Anderson also declared that in ad- as tho Lutz Baseball Park, for uso Henderson, who Is looked upon as O. II. and Friends of Irish Free- of Ireland's popular airs were Interdition to the political element in the as an athletic field. The area of New Committee Should Make Bingspersed In tho programme and tho ?,"?.., I"0 ,.abor aspirants for tho Catholic church thoro Is still another tho land is about 500x450, tho purdom Draw Overflowing collogo orchestra furnished the ac- British Premiership. Henderson, In element, "both clerical and lay, chase prico being $11,000. Tho ham Press Choose Between companiment Tho children of St. reviewing labor's opportunity In tho Crow it. which Is now endeavoring to break field Is to be paid for by the alumni Patrick's school furnished n pro- now Parliamentary session, believes Hcrt.and Party. down prohibition enforcement whoso of the school as a memorial to tho gramme of Irish melodies and reci- Lloyd George's coalition governmontf not prove elthor cred- thousands of former St. Xavler stuactivities will tations. Illustrated views of Ire- Is headed Tor tho rocks. itable orUeneflclal to the church." dents who participated in tho World "What tho country requires," saysl land wore shown, and each vlow exspeech An War. Brother Benjamin, principal At another nolnt in his St. Xaier's College and St. Pat- plained by Rev. Father Frank J. Henderson. "Is a .policy that wilh charged "the most eminent of tho school, has been trying to buy Lieut. Gov. Bnllard Forces Measure derson keop togethor not the present govV Martin. Tho hit of tho evening was rick's School Give Pleasing Catholic in America, Cardinal Gib- tho field for a year. Thomas and Encourage Influx That Will mado by tho Presentation orchestra, ornment, but the best elements of bons," with being friendly to tho James Duffy, who owned tho largest Programmes. which acquitted very creditably and ,tho whole community, that will ad4 of Negroes. brewers and certain plans which are part of it, were not anxious to sell, reflects credit on Its Instructors and vanco not tho small Interests of a) afoot to bring back the saloon. The but yielded when they lerned It was combination of politicians, but th3 teachers. action of Archbishop Hayes, in an- to be used as an athletic field. A best Interests of all tho freedom- swering Anderson's onslaught, is un- basoball diamond, running track and loving nations within the British! NEW YORK'S CELEBRATION. GREEN IS UNIVERSALLY WORN. usual, as it is seldom that a high tennis courts will bo laid out at A FIRE DEPARTMENT MOVIE. commonwealth, and which will dignitary of the Catholic church onco for use this spring and summer St. Patrick's day in New York was maintain the British nation In tho lakes cognizance of tho sort of criti- by St. Xavler students. This fall featured by the biggest parade in forefront of tho peaceful nations of cism which Mr. Anderson has been tho St. Xavler football team will St. Patrick's day was celebrated Its history, about 25,000 men and ho world. Tho present government uttering. The Archbishop's state- mark off a gridiron. A club house The large and enthusiastic gathtaking part. In the review lias failed so far to nrovldo rhp.1i n ment says: In Louisville this year in a manner women room will bo built, erings of Democrats twice this week, shower bath ing stand wero Prosldent De Vttlera, programme, and continued failure in yielding to many proBSlng and well as stands to Accommodate Monday evening for tho local Demevery son or descend- of tho Irish Republic; Gov. Smith, this direction will as that enthused but spur tho demands for a statement on tho spectators. Tho field Is to bo called ocracy at the Tyler Hotel and ant of Erin, and unlike former years Archbishop Hayes, former Governor Labor party during the coming sesslanderous attack of the leader of Alumni Field, and will bo ready for Thursday ovenlng for tho local Demwere moro than ono celebra- Glynn, Father Dufry, tho famous sion to oven moro determined and there n League on the Cath- uso In less than a month. With tho ocracy, marks tho beginning of tho tho h Division, effective opposition. tion, with largo audiences for each. chaplain of tho olic Church, I feel that. In taking now athletic field St. Xavior's Is end of Republican machine rule In "As to Ireland, tho Labor party Justice Wednesday morning,. In accordance and Supreme men of Cohalan. More lias notice of It, I should apologize, first now well eaulpped to turn out KeKntucky. The resignation of tho tho Rainbow fortified Itself with information of all, for not leaving tho matter to strong teams in every line of com local City and County Democratic usual custom, high mass than 1,000 with the wore line, was celebrated at St. Patrick's DivisionveteransIn ot themost of these obtained by a special mission which tho decent sentiment of New York, petition. Tho school nas recenuy Commltteo and the splendid selech recently visited Ireland. being Irish This comwhich long since lias passed Judg- nomnleted a larco gymnasium with tions made In their places marks the church by Very Rev. Fathor Cronln, Regiment, wore tho uni- mission discovered that tho Prime ment on this zealot, his tongue and a sevonteen-la- p with sermon by Rev. Father Martin, form which thoy and track. It turned out foundation of a now and successful bGrlcs used In France. Minister's scheme has hardly a his methods. I am gratified indeed a fast basketball team this winter, Democracy in Louisville and Jefferassistant pastor. At the Church of and Paul Burllngamo. Chief Potty, Our Lady Rev. Martin O'Connor also Delegations from New Jersey divis- It friend In Ireland. On all sides o observe tho attitude of the Pro- and tho biggest game of the season, son county. And In passing the old was described as qulto incapable Philadelphia took part and a testant clergy, who, If I may Judge tho Centre College-U-. of L. game, commltteo goes In good grace, with Lewis Johnson, Prof. Ragsdale and had high mass In honor of the day, ion of tho Friends of Irish Freedom, of solving the problem drawing salaries from the delivering a sermon in honor of tho of Irish by the press, aro not in sympathy was played on Its floor. From now no feelings left behind, pledg- others to flit about address- occasion, while Rev. Fathor John T. of India, headed by Capt. Besanta utterance of on tho Green and Gold athletes ex ing bitter with tho support and aid taxpayers used High themselves to Whother this session proves fateing Rotary Clubs, Optimistic Clubs, de- Koomar Roy, also took part. My purposo 4n speaking pect to make themselves heard from Anderson. Ann's their successors In every' way. This Board of Trado or any old gathering Hill, pastor of St. In the church, at mass was celebrated at St. Patrick's ful to tho coalition government deevening Is not to resent tho abuse heaped on In every lino" of sport. by the Retiring Chair- trying to convince their hearers that livered a sermon pledge, given pends, according to Henderson, on Cathedral by Archbishop Hayes. tho Catholic church because tho man, Frank McGrath, brought down tho Koystoners were real pollco, but that church. Marty ot the parochial tlio programme of business Lloyd Archbishop of New York dared to schools wero closed In honor of the McMACKIN COUNCIL. Georgo puts forward. the houso, and Incidentally Mr. COMES TO A CLOSE. as everyone has discovered by this occasion and green waB tho univerdisobey the mandate of the leader Grath was given an ovation which "It Is difficult to Imagine," Henpollco force, n League by that In tho of tho Sunday, testified to his popularity with all timelecturo wo have no discontinued. sal color on tho streets, employbeing" Passion Tho headquarters of tho National derson stated, "that tho coalition tours were at hla meeting. Abuse thoTomorrow of Mackln Council will classes of Democracy, as the audi- the stores, offices and places of members Catholic War Council, which have will lntroduco a programme so radiNow how about sending our Cincinalways confounds the abuser. Easter communion at ence was constituted of Just such. nati Fire Chief around to tell the ment or business. at G57 South cal in its and wldo In its "My solo anxiety Is that a single make their church. They will At St. Louis Bortrand's church In been maintained tho past year as scope as topurposo the Overton Harris, A. J. Carroll, Fred public that our "hick" flro departstreet for stem tide which Is person, In or out of thoCatholIc St. Cecilia's the ovenlng Rev. John A. Dompsey, Fourth its post-wn proForcht, Lewis Humphrey, P. L. reconstruction threatening to sweep tho coalition at the club house and composed of real firemen, O. P., of St. Rose, Ky., delivered an part of ment is church, may bo possibly deceived by ceed to tho church, where they will and James P. Gregory mado his subject to be "Efficiency, or eloquent programme for welfare work among out of office. Coalition members this sinister figure In American pol- receive In a body at the 8 o'clock rousing tadlks, all praising tho harand Instructive panegyric girls women, will bo clohed on itics, a sower of strife, who sinks mass. Mackln will Initiate a large mony now existing and all predict- How Wo Save tho Ground In Case on St. Patrick, paying a tribute to April and It was was announced this aro prisoners of their own election promises, many of which it Is hu14. Monday afternoon in so low as to play the 11, tho degree team ing brighter future for the party. of Fire."to an alarm tho flro com- tho devotion of the people of Ireland week. The War Council goes out manly Impossible for them to rerole of a brewer of bigotry. Lot mo class on April work In preparation Tho a gathering was one that will In- pany on West Broadway gathered to the church. In April, and whllo the deem. The question of the high bolng hard at that tho say" most emphatically In tho ovenlng the principal cele- of oxifitenco All candidates are spire tho new committee, as It was together Its little auto horse, hose newly National Catholic cost of living remains unsolved. The Catholic church is not affiliated for the event. was hold at Beitrand Hall Wolfaro formed bration representatlvs men In present tomorrow mornCouncil will continue some Labor party can not remain satisfied with any political organization, lo- urged to bo holy communion with composed of of life men that can reel and engine and proceeded, under tho auspices ot tho Ancient every walk features of tho work of tho former, with a policy that merely tinkers slowly of course, to the fire on cal, Stato or national; much less Is ing to recelvo Hibernians and the In with tho problem, and tho promised and will redeem the city and Stato western Parkway, wnen uie auio Order of Freedom, the addressFriends It will maintain headquarters of the Washington tho church In conspiracy to contra tho members. nf Irish y from tho rule of the and will not carry on bill to amend tho profiteering act horse, tho reel and engine had been evening being made by Rev. Patrick vene, directly or Indirectly, the law machine. field work at this time. The great will not meet with the approval of TRINITY COUNCIL. separated and the hose strung out of tho land. No honest man, no ma of Thoro was only one discordant ono of our enterprising firemen dis I. Walsh, nastorwas Sacred Heart numbers of people who have taken labor unless it nrovldes a drnniiR by he may otherwise think of tor what Introduced he . the of the remedy for the root evil of profitTomorrow morhlnE tho members note and that was sounded In pub- covered that there was" no water church.' and tho Catholic, church, believes the Father advantaco of tho facilities Attorney Thomas Walsh. Judge R. W. Bingham, coming from tho hydrant. It bolng Walsh delivered a logical discount local office demonstrate its useful- eering. With regard to nationalizabo an enemy of law and of Trinity Council, Y. M. I., will at- s talk of of church to and stoppod up with Ohio river mud and the Courier-Journness to tho community, and a report tion of the coal mines, there seems lisher tend the 7 o'clock mass at St. order ou why Ireland was entitled to her employment church and recolve holy com- Times. Mr. Bingham lugged in tho sleeping bull toadfs score one for freedom, and discussed thoposslblo from the positions werodepartment to bo little ground for expecting tho repeat my public statement of "I League of Nations, which was repufound for Government to advance far Into tho a former occasion that tho Catholic munion In a body. All members are diated in the rocent elections in efficiency. Then our slow but sure effect of tho adoption of the League shows that botween andl church preaches and practices con- urged to be present at tho church at Kentucky and elsewhere, and It is firemen wound up tho hose again, of Nations on tho future ot that somewhere tho 2,000 girls and wo- declared position. It will bo useless scientious obedience to every law, C:45 o'clock, A Corresponding Sec- being opposed by Democratic Sena- fastened the nuto horse, reel and en- country. Tho speaker also referred men whoof applied for assistance In for tho Government to attempt to buy oft the labor movement by ofto fill tho and does not discriminate In favor retary will be chosen meeting next tors and leaders today. Mr. Bing- gine together and went back to look to the LoaKiie of Nations In regard obtaining employment. fering some woak and Tho present vacancy at tho for another hydrant where there to America's future and cited tho of one more than another. ham criticised tho handling of the wasn't any nest of mud and toads. measure which fails to give effect church further demands that Jaw bo Monday evening. fact that from Washington down all last Stato campaign and referred to hi tho meantime, as thoy say In tho of pur nation's leaders had warned to the broad principles of the y obeyed, whether we like It or not. machlno rule in tho Democratic movies, tho houso was burning down n a report." 'Not so Mr. Andorson, who presses nculnfit Gntancllnc alliances, such party, but had no word of criticism rapidly, the residents Doing iranuc. Leaguo and stresses the eighteenth amend-mnn- t. y machine, which But our heroes finally found a hy- as that proposed by tho predicted of for tho QUEEN'S DAUGHTERS. a because he wants It observed Father Walsh furnishes tlio worst boss ridden par drant that would work and after a. MnMnnit. future for Ireland and call seems and is paid for so doing. He hrlchtcr tv in tho country. There was no repetition of their lightning change piI The first Friday in April being hut utile concerned about other to the fact that her ring of sincerity In tho talk of tho nnrformanco of senaratlng tho dum sonsattentiondescendants throughout Good Friday, the Queen's Daughtors fundamental laws guaranteeing per and Courier-Journand Times owner my horse, reol and engine, saved havo postponed their regular monthworking for sonal liborty, protection against unowner, ana tne lvemucKy ly meeting to tho following Friday, inau enought of tho property to lot you tho civilized world wero lawful search and. seizure, religious freedom. Tho Bpeakor was lisAmerican, as a Democratic paper, know that thoro was a houso there her April 9, when the election of offifreedom, free speech, fr.ee press and with rapt attention by tho tened to which has carried the torch of Dem- at one time- cers will take place. Following are was given a well merfree legislatures. At a tlmo when audience and ocracy through all campaigns, wants tho nominations mado: every sane, .constructive and conser1 ited reception at the close. Va 'V to warn tho newly organized com President Mrs. E. S. Monohan, DUFFY. vative force and element In tho comFATHER The musical numbers on tho proright now that wo believe mltteo Mrs. H. W. Duane. munity should be working for a gramme were well received, tho aureceive no real support they will r, Vice President Mrs. John united America, it is deplorable Father Francis P. Duffy, probably dience singing "Star Spangled Banfrom tho Bingham press. Many aro Mrs. J. B. Arbegust, Mrs. J. known and and discouraging, too that any LaaaH "Mf opinion that Bingham attend- tho first If not tho Jast to beand Col. ner" at tho opening close. "God Savo of tho C. Murphy, Mrs. J. B. Wathen, Jr., Tho proman should bo permitted to foment Chaplain," Ireland" at tho ed that meeting because ho could as the "Fighting Mrs. H, W. Duane, Mrs. John MetAnderson, who com- gramme was arrauged by Mrs. Fred distrust and breod mischief. Woo to because of Aloxander E. old not refuse point blank aB. calfe. Regih Hurlir. who was the accompanist, him who in those critical days sets s of tho citi- manded tho character tho Corresponding Secretary Miss favorite aflame Industrial, social, racial or speech ment In France, received tho French and all of the pleasing andtne prozens promoting it, but his Katie Collins, Miss M. Laffan. i Better for religious dissension I Legion of Honor last wook at frlsh numbers wore on support. gave no hope of future Recording Secretary Mrs. John were America that ho had never been Nell McBrldo sang Island. Tho Senator Stanley, can truthfully conferred by Lieut. decorations Leo gramme. Miss Erin" In a way that Dewberry, Miss O'Connor. Gen. Robert born." "Come Back to support or say that he received no Treasuroi' Miss Elizabeth Sauter, encouragement aa a Democratic Dullard in behalf of President were won hor hearty applause. Bov. a Miss M. Laffan. JAZZ FOR YANKS. ot France. The awards Father Walsh rendered that starnominee In 1918, nor has he receiv- made fbr meritorious eervlco during ring old war song, "O'Donnell Directors Mrs. Thomas Mapoth- ed any support sinco aa a standard er. Miss Mamie Schuhmann, Mrs. Tho Siberian winter has not been Miss Lillian Trudeau was the final German driye in tho ChamCourier-Journbearer from tho Ed. McDormott, Mrs. John Meta promotor of athletics among the and 15, for her singing Everyone Is familiar pagne of July 14 previously '1918. repeatedly encored Shamrock." Mrs. and Times. calfe, Mrs. Meehan, Mrs. J. 0, Hood. receivremnant of tha A. E. F. awaiting of the 'iDear Little Fathor Duffy had with the policy of these papers in ed the Croix do Guerre, the D. S. C. Charles A. Edqlen, who was known shipment homo. At the K. of C. hut the last campaign. The State CamLAETARE .IHDAIi. tjie audience through and gymnasium in Vladivostok K. of paign Committee" was heckled by and the D, S. M while Col. Ander- to many ot In church choirs, Bang C. Commlssloaer William F. Cox, of son received the Croix de Guerre her singing both, while no support was given Dr. Lawrence F- - Flick, PhiladelTniitannnnltR. found that the men "Klllarney" In a way that brought the local campaign committee. T4io and the P. S. O. phia physician philanthropist and lacked something of native Ameri memories back to the many fond primary, the crooked Warley-Ryan- s historian, was announced Saturday can pep In their foreign environsons and daughters of Erin that FORTT HOUBS. fake convention primary of the as the winner of the Laetare modal ment they wefe't as eager to were in the audience. Limerick's y mIimo tlireo weeks -- The Forty Hours' devotions for "John McCormack," Edward Wolfe, from the University of Notre Tkm. in contact snorts like wrestngo, 6f tite attempt of Boss Hert The award is the highest nada by and boxing during the winter open tompr-m- sang1 "Mother Machree" and "LUtle here will ' and his aides to taaore the State the aext week Sunday, ' the university, and is conferred an months as they were, In summer. at St. James Mother ot Mine" and had to respond Passion nrimary law mm select; machine nually, on Laetare Sunday, iMnnKnE in feki letter to Overseas ' exposi" amy with high hoaiq9, lias sever drawm prees. church'Bftv.f Father nase andthe pas- - to a third encore. Miss Roee Hen- PEGGY MABSH, LONDON SHOW fourth ot Lent, to a Catholfe lanAn 'iTcii Director William P. Larkln, of Newley, another ,Jocal favorite, sang Wlllett. tion. ' GIRL. incrltfeiem free die .Bfcaghaaa' vnrv rmt anivsd the nroblem by for emiaenoe'ln serviee to God m4 ASKED TO RESIGN. aasiet- - "Maoasbla," which is a specially Mnthlnr hut ntmloa sad maaA words tar, wfH dlreet the, esband as an tre&eiug a Rueelan J the eountry. Taa 4ae for 'the hw1 eluureliee. CiUad ballad for her trained voice. Who ia suing for a share, in the of are aeeor&l Boe. Bart and hi, ad oJerftT of k Late photo of Behas set yet been rtmaBlum. attraction la the ) en !fa etoelns number waa a trio, "Let tate ot the late Marshall Fleld of and f Tfcay will coma to a In taa OMrieWMnal State. ILokrt I dng, wfc mtwttr I ftria. sang by Rev, Chicago. Ramemfcer," v tween rtrands of boater and between NMItaed ander prewar. Tweaaay. Tlmas, yet there Ja not a Democrat w-- t H" & wreatlinr bI Anti-Saloo- DEMOCRATS " Anti-Saloo- committee should force Bingham right now to declare where ho between tlje Democratic Btands party on one side and Boss Hert and a camouflaged Democratic press on the other. Call Mr. Bingham's hand right now and call him good. Our highly advertised apostle of government reform, and good Lieut. Gov. Ballard, gave a perfect illustration aa to Just how far a "reform politician" will go when his party needs a push. Ballard Ignored Senato procedure in the negro certificate bill passed by his aid chiefly Wednesday. His attempt to make some one believe that the passage was beneficial to fair elections is ludicrous. Ballard knows that abolishment of the election certificate plan 1k intended solely as an Inccntlvo for negro votes in Louisy machlno will ville. The bring and import into Louisville negroes from every clime, and the Re publican machine figures to have 15,000 negro voters as a Republican asset to perpetuate machlno rule In Louisville and Kentucky. Our "reform" Lieutenant Governor forgot y to tell his audience that tho machlno placed nearly a thousand negro repeaters' names on the poll books In tho last election, and the Democratic Campaign Commltteo published thojr "names and addresses in a paid' ndvcrtlscnicnt. With no certificate being necessary macjilno will bring tho a horde hero and use tho idle and vicious nccrocs to repeat from one end of tho town to tlio other. Bal lard's explanation of his support of tho bill was Just about as clear as to hla explanation why he sold flour cheaper In New Orleans than here. Peonlo of Louisville and surround Ing towns aro now convinced that tho many bank robberies occurring close to hore are being perpetrated by a gang of yeggmen working out of Louisville, and tho victims after ccry robbery report that ttho burglars were headed for Louisville. This sounds plausible, as tho crooks could hide hore easier than any place else because they aro not in danger of being Tarrested by our Keystone police or detecttyes. The Bafe blowers could Jttst as easily sit on tho City Hall steps or in front of tho station houses in making out their routes for tho bank robberies, and conductors as tho wouldn't oven suspect" them, not oven It they worgjtielr masks and tarried their kit or tools exposed. Did you ever notice tho blank looking stare of our Koystoners In their strolls around? All seem to Probbo in a trance or dreaming. ably thinking of them old happy days down hum or that last calico (iop at tho little red school house. Anyway they are not disposed to worry over burglars or bank rob- Hert-SearcHert-SearcHert-Searcy Belief TliuLOucstion Can Bo Settled uniy Granting Independence. - Full Mojcl George's Coalition Got eminent Is Headed For tho Rocks. wrmPv j BflLflsMaB rBBBBBrV Laar JtKKvSHWCt VlK EKlBlaaUL i if Slht KrWmt LaKaiKer rCtf'flaaKaKaHall "KjRHBtHfBnBHHlaaK!l Tsm jMB llHHQDBIyMKlAJdpBaaaH HBiaaaaMilVaHlHF VparivflH ii m LOOKING TO THE LABOR PARTY I iy J Mac-Gri- -l ff ST. PATRICK'S J 1 ' Sixty-nint- Sixty-nint- sin-g- lo anti-Cathol- ic Anti-Saloo- ce Ath-erto- ar so Hert-Searc- Aloy-slu- al one-thir- d one-ha- lf half-heart- ed U Ilcrt-Scarc- al rim San-ko- 3 H , 1 MBm aaaVaafiB Busch-meye- Sixty-nint- high-clas- uov-ernor- 3' Des-chan- ol - al -- jHEjBH i KaB - Ilert-Searc- ug w. 'l!v?OTu7 'aaMaaia-- o Hi r eercl. wre-Mata- Ue aJn "" " " 73 ? iJ . . a i JjU-XBaTOrcJOJiCY AlVJ&e-lJDAY. 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Second-Class true. life-strea- Matter. 319-32- 1 Oil KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, Wist Liberty Street Their adored, And whereso'er her veins outpoured for .the cause Gommlngled in that sacred flood Was Ireland's best and noblest blood. -- AMsfrCOUNCJL Feathers and Men's Wearing pareL AUTO WILL CALL Dresses, Gloves, Velvets, Silks, Laces, FOR AND DELIVER ALL WORK We Specialize in Ladies' Suits, Ap-- ! LOUISVILLE, K.Y. ENDOIISKS ItKl'l'IlLIC, I Wherever gleamed tho Stripes and Stars, Tho loyal Irish, heart and hand, ..SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1920 Have fought for, this beloved land. the springtime of tho year When Patrick's Day again Is here, siuiu iiiey limy now uiiu uy 101 u 'Tls not alono on Irish breasts real homo rule. If Ulster were loft The spray of Ireland's shamrock rests. tree to decide for Itself, there would be no "Ulster problem' in Ireland. 'Tls hot alone In Irish eyes Carson and his henchmen are paid The tears for Ireland's sorrows rise, up opposition in Ulster 'Tls not alono from Irish lips, for stirring In order to mako it appear that a The winning word of Ireland. slips. considerable portion of Ireland ob- Ah, no! Our great Republic's jects to being separated from Eng- Reveals today its tend'rer part, heart land. It Is a fictitious opposition, As, smiling In her stato serene, but It is being kept up for appear- She wears a touch of Ireland s green. ance sake. But there are signs that Denis A. McCarthy. even tho followers of Carson aro beMarch 17, 1920. coming tired of tho role they are asked to play In order to keep Ireland from obtaining her freedom. than tho Nationalists, and it is pos- - And ever since In nil our wars. So. in fcT The Rev. J. A. H. Irvin, Presby- terian minister from a largo parish near Belfast In the north of Ireland, has come to this country to present the case of tho Irish Protestants who are In favor of In tho for, the Irish nation. statement which he gave out upon his arrival Dr. Irwin attacked tho Carson delegation recently in this country on tho grounds that they made a deliberate attempt to -'i raise a religious lssne which does not exist In Ireland. Ho said that Sir Edward Carson had attempted to raise the religious lssua only when every other effort on his part had failed. "It Is absolutely untrue," said Dr. Irwin, "that all Catholics In Ireland belong to the Nationalist party, just as It is most obviously untrue that all Protestants aro Unionists." Referring to tho Irish Parliament he declared "It is Rtupld to tlilrik that a Dublin Parliament would legislate to the detriment of any part of Ireland." Looking at the question from tho standpoint of the ordinary Protestant Irishman, Dr. Irwin emphatically dlspbses of the misleading statements sent from British sources In his closing words: "No Protestant In any part of Ireland today Is living In fear and trembling lest he may be murdered or attacked, as he Is sometimes represented, and In fact he Is In no way Intimidated on account of his religion. There can be no difficulty (in this respect, as there Is a common Wandard of morality held by all sections of Irishmen, and I say It with rtrldo that the standard of sexual rjiorality in Roman Catholic Ireland Is tho highest of any country In the world." h- 3 QUAXCODY AJVI 5;V f. TMey AS NEAR YOU AS YOUR PHONE SOUTH 2. 6 2. OR CITY EJIri03B& f car auu DON'T FORGET THAT Gray -- Von Allmen Tobe and Ches Fear No Revolution in the Ranks of the G. O. P. TAKE IRISH SIDE. Some of our separted brethren seem to be very much worried because they can not succeed In making a bitter religious' Issue of the Irish question, says the Catholic Herald. In view of the fact that many Protestants, in fact nil who love liberty and are are on the sldo of Irish freedom, that of course is difficult; but they Bhould realize that is is a late day for Toryism and pro-Briti- f .......t........ ........I. from SOCIETY. HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY John T. Dant has returned a trip to Chicago. lrt DIVISION S. 1818-182- Miss Beezie Hannan has returned from a two weeks' visit In Nqw York City. and third Fridays, mbwatea Home, 0 Portland. President T. J. O'Leary. Vice President Thos. W. Killeen. Financial Secretary John TRY rzFS fvs) Sanitary Milk Co. INCORPOl-VTB- D. Brod-oric- k. Recording Secretary John MarMiss Alberta Wrocklage was host tin. TreaBuror Dan J. Daugherty. last week to her sewing club at her Sorgeant-at-Arm- s Martin Shee-hahome in Deer Park. Sentinel Thomas Noone. Monday DIVISION 4. Meets second and fourth Bertrand Hall, Sixth rf fiiiK2r'm PILL THAT WILL' ut u oi-- ciV f f IS I THE PURE MILK ci ASK YOUR GROCERS, ii HOME OF n. "THE ZLtse?PLLS Miss Delia Buckler, Parkview, had as recent guests Miss Pearl Flaherty HENRY G. HERR LOUHVILLCt wf, and Edward Flaherty. EVEN WITH HHYAX. Jennings William Bryan, tho salarfed , prohibition booster, Is'after the nomination for President on any ticket there would be an exciting election day In the event that the Chautauqua lecturer obtained tho nomination. There are probably a million men In this country, mostly Democratls, who would bo in danger of arrest for repeating, as they would attempt to vote two or three times on election day against Bryan. Now that trip. Mr. and Mrs: Charles Holzbog, recently married In Jeffersonvllle, have returned from their wedding President S. J. McElliott. Vice President Patrick Connelly. Financial Secretary T. J. Lan-ga- treat They work like a charm. Every box sold to satisfy -or your money refunded. For Sale by Your Druggist packages. in 25-ce- nt "THE nOUSE OP OPTICAL SERVICE" Eyes always tlrod, headaches, wholo systom affected, comfort sacrificed? Havo your eyes examined, seo me at once, don't delay. I fit glasses perfectly, assuring perfect comfort to tho wearor. My prices are reasonably, glvo mo a trial and I will convince you. Hfrt": COMB TO L. N. PEARLMAN'S "House of Optical Service" Jeweler and Optician 228 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Miss Lucille Llndsey, Deer Park, Recording has been visiting in Indianapolis, Meaney. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Treasurer Healey. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Mrs. Henry Kippes and daughters, Misses Margaret Kippes and Gertrude Kippes visited Mrs. S. D. Thompson. Mrs. Mary F. Madden announces the engagement of her daughter, Miss Olive Madden, to Joseph J. Zehndor. The wedding will fake place in May. T, Secrotary L. D. Sentinel John F. Burke. Edward Byrne. M. J. McDermott. CHINESE MISSION SOCIETY. Sixteen priests of the Chinese Mission Society will sail from Seattle on May 25 for their mission field in the Province " of Hupeh, China. Eleven of tho mission band have up to the present been attached either as priests or students to the semltiary and mother house of the society In Ireland. These were to leave Ireland on St. Patrick's day and will be joined on their ar rival in the United States by five other missionaries attached to the American house of the society at Omaha. They, Will sail together from Seattle on the Katorl Maru. Both the Superior General of the Society, Very Rev. John Blowlck, and Father Edward J. Galvln, formerly a priest in the diocese of Brooklyn, N. Y will be among the mission band. It is only a little GLOVES Byrne IOC Cleaned and Mended. FOR YOUR COAL SUPPLY Speed CoalCo. 315 GUTHRIE STREET. BOTH PHONES 315 PROHIBITION' BIGOTRY. political party, unless and until the position which they tako as citizens Is adopted by such church, lodge, union, club or political organization. Their views may bo challenged and debated at any time by anybody, for this Is a.right of free speech. But It is unwise, unfair, unwarranted, dastardly to play on prejudice or bigotry by imputing to these individual opinions an indorsement which they have not received from organizations to which the citizens themselves may belong. There aro Catholics, Protestants, Jews, agnostics and every othor shade of religion or Irreliglon who are in favor of complete prohibition, rigidly enforced. There aro other Catholics, Protestants, Jews, etc., who favor varying degrees of prohibition CARSON AND ULSTER. Tho attack of William H. Andern son, the Jiead of the League, drew the following protest from Editor Brisbane, of the New York American: Whatever value has attached to tho previous activities of William H. Anderson, directing spirit of the n League, is canceled, so far as his future usefulness to that organization is concerned, by the amazing folly and shocking injustice of his present outburst of bigotry. The right of American citizens to favor or oppose modifications of any law Is fundamental. It Is qualified only by tho requirement t'at, while seeking to change a law, they shall not break any law. In the everciso of this right they are morally entitled to freedom from attack because of their membership in any church, lodge, union, club or Antt-SalooAnti-Saloo- and must make them wonder to what lengths somo of the trusted officers of the administration are ready to go to build up England's commercial power at the oxpenso of the United States. It Is a lamentg able fact that England's appears to give some people more concern than tho prestige of their own United States. At all events the tlmo for playing with American interests is past; and Congress should take the initiative In safeguarding our rights, other wise its members will have to pay a neavy recKoning to tno outrageu American people. America First! well-beinhide-and-se- The many friends of Mrs. glad to learn she O'Sulllvan will If it be true that thoso ships, is convalescing be after a serious Ill to tho International Mer ness of grippe. whoso sale cantile Marine Company was stopped Miss Mary Frances Helck, Cres by an Injunction, had already been leased to this company for a term cent Hill, Is recovering from an illness of scarlet fever, news that her of years, then It must be concluded friends will welcome. that tho proposed sale would bo a Mrs. George Murphy has been visfarce, nothing more and nothing F. less. This is certainly very unpleas- iting her friends, Mr. and Mrs. reE. Miller, in Jeffersonvllle, has Americans, turned to Vevay, Ind. ant news for red-blood- VERY UNPLEASANT NEWS. SWISS I Cleaner and Dyers 617 Fourth Ave. Pliono-2207 T. J. MORROW, Manager. J. J. McTICHE, Asst. Mgr. &&je&K No-"THE OLD AHMORY" 535-37-39-- 41 'As Neir to You u tbe Nearest Phone" Mrs. J. Sheridan, who has been 4908 critically ill at her home, South Third street, is reported as being now on the way to recovery. After a four weeks' visit t,o Mr. and Mrs. T. Walker at Houston, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Daugherty have returned to their homo on L street. r Mr. J. S. Darnell and daughter, Miss Dorothy Darnell, of Frankfort, have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hanley at their home on South Peterson avenue. correspondent of tho Chicago Tribune cables from London that a surprising development in tho Irish situation is the division of opinion which has arisen among Ulster Unionists over the definition of Ulster. Sir Edward Carson has advised tho Unionist Council, which mot in Belfast, to accept the home rule bill, which provides to Parlia ments for Ireland, defining Ulster as six counties. This definition of Ulster was adopted because of strong pressure by Carson, who believed that only in this way could he get his followers, to accept the bill, fearing they would be alarmed at the possibility of a Nationalist majority ,lf( tho wholo "province was Included in parliamentary Ulster. In the municipal elections a few weeks ago a majority in Ulster was given against the Carsonite candidates, so this fear Is not groundless. 'Nqw;it appears the majority delegates in Belfast Insisted the whole proviaoe be Included, and there was eves a strong seetlon which urged oae Parliament for the whole of Ireif, they accepted land, arguing home rule' at all they might as well go the Whole hog. It is also a fact that Uleter, labor men are opposed to a partition of Ireland because added tresgth, inv dMjr Parli-nM- -t. The remit of this dertoMn ta that Uatoatot lug mom Nattoaaltot Oktar to fcl A tbt t. all-Irela- KM. !.-- wv this city, wero registered In New to 8 Sizes 3-York tho past week. sonoLARSinps. PfU-yg EBB British newspapers aro loud In Mr. and Mrs. Michael Haller, of CHILDERS ELECTRIC CO. Tho competitive examination for their praise of Mr. Hoover as the Parkland, announce the engagement INCORPORATED the graduate scholarships establishMiss Henrietta ideal candidate for the Presidency of their daughter, B. Ruove. Tho ed by tho Knights of Columbus In Haller, to Walter 333 W, Mais Street Botk Phoasa 135 of tho United States. Mr. Hoover, wedding will take place early in the Catholic University will be held Saturday, April 10. Tho scholarthey tell us, is a man of largo heart April. ship entitles the holder to board, and larger business capacity, who Mr. and Mrs. G. Edwin Weber, of lodging and tuition in tho univerP. IANNON, JR., Vice Pns. ud Trou. would have the confidence of each f U. J. 6ANK0N, PnsldcEt and Mtnipr. sity during tho academic year. It week-en- d and all of tho Allied Governments, Chicago, 111., spent the Is available for the minimum period on Bank street. Mrs. with an advanced etc. Now it Is not quite clear to Weberrelatives for remained over this week as required viz., obtaining mastership In tho average American why a man tho guest of hor mother, Mrs. Mary degree, year;for the mastership in arts, ono for the who would have the confidence of J. Smith, philosophy, two years; for tho docthe European Governments should years. Sewer and Calvert Pipe, Misses Rita Walsh and Helen Eng- torate In philosophy, threo be put Into tho highest office in the lish, of New Albany, have been vis- Forms of application and further inBaane's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Coadaits, gift of our people. Americans can iting Miss Ulanee Rodman at Bards-tow- n formation may bo obtained from tho Wall Coping, Draia Tile, Vitrified Brick, Very Rev. NORTON BUILDING and attending a meeting of University Edward. A. Pace, Catholic stand a good deal of exploitation at of America, "Washington, Fire Proofing, Flue Lining, Fire Bricll Academy, home without grumbling, but we the Alumnae of Nazareth a member. D. C. Grate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tops. N. W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson which Miss English is t doubt if they would stand exploita- of PROHT. FIELD. OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. tion for tho sole benefit of foreign Mr. and Mrs. George Albert Burk-le- y TRY DE MICHAEL'S governments. Anyhow, wo think announce the engagement of PHONES CITY B73.1786. ICUMB. MAIN 507. The coffee dealers aro going to that British support of tho Hoover their daughter,' Miss Josephine Tal- popularize their product and restore SPECIAL HOME MADE ICE CREAM WORKS Thirteenth and Breolcinrid.e and Ninth aad Mag-el- ia boom would bo. enough to put him bot Burkley, to Joseph Henry tho coffo house of othor days. WaivWombwell, of Bopham, Texas. Tho ing the thought ALL FLAVORS out of tho running. that the coffee tvcddlnsr will take place, in tho house of other days sold Wo Deliver to Your Home. other spring. drinks than coffeo, the' reformers 1C51 W. KENTUCKY STREET St. Patrick's day furnished tho will soon put a stop to the coffeo PERFECT FITTING Cumb. South 9145 Home City 156S best weather hero since last fall, yet Mr. and Mrs. William O. Newman houso if it becomes popular. Thero some croakor will bo found this havo returned from Florida, whoro is one thing quite positively certain SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES En the time next year 'trying to tell you they spent spent winter. days route in tho minds of the average political with that it always snows, rains or halls home thoy Noraseveral Margaret reformer1 tho people must not and Misses Kato, themselves. Kansas City on Erin's day. Newman in Frankfort. Miss Eleanor and Morris Newman accompanied Electric Suction Sweeper ST. HELENA'S CLUB. them to Louisville. STRIKERS ASK CARDINAL. S fnUzZ- V ft At tho regular monthly Boclal IT BEATS factory Though spring is near there aro Striking workmen at tho meeting of St. Helena's yet a goodly numbor or .uouisviiio of the. Thomas O. Plant Shoo ComAS IT SWEEPS Largest Frieht Transfer OrClub, which will be held Monday people still sojourning in Florida. pany, Boston, havo designated Carganization In Loulivlll Stanley are at dinal O'Connell as their choico as evening, March 22, at Presentation Mr. and Mrs. T. J. AS IT CLEANS wutl your business, Academy at 7:45 Lakeland and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. ono of a board to arbitrate their Auditorium Oculists' Prescriptions. Do rou know wa bay from 11 until tho differences with officials of tho com o'clock, Mrs. It. P, Halleck will lec- Ward are at Winter Haven to IS outside clerks located tight ture on "The Minimum Wago Bill close of the season. Mr. and Mrs. pany, while expressing ms willingSOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY at the various depots to take care wher The Dramatic Cir- B. H. Noldrlnghaus and children, ness to help tho for Kentucky." of your wantsT Wa are the aunroosFomATSB cle will present . the "Drees Re- Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Campbell and ever possible. Bis Eminence with230 WEST JEFFEKSON thorized and bonded transfer mea children and Mrs. A. M. Hunhall held acceptance to tho strikers' ofhearsal" shortly after Easter. Fourth and Ghestnnt. Main 134 City 985 Sallio fer pending word from officials of for all rallroada at Louisville. are still at Naples and Mrs. I T. Johnson and Miss Emma Warren tho company, who had rejected the FUNERAL THIS MORNING. Petersburg. are sojourning at St. offers of arbitration. The funeral of Rev. Father DanWatch Crystals Fitted 90c Hj( fbnHOT H INDIANAPOLIS. Ml d n Siltfpi y TmiI iel McGuire, C. P., will be held this INTO ETERNAL REST. Watch and Jewelry Repairing morning; in .the chapel of the SaOr. Uriah Z. Lftsty The Rev. Father Pierce Dixon, cred Heart Retreat, on' the Newburg Mrs. John O. , McFadden, sixty-eigThe Radius' Jewelry Shop M. years old,, one of the beat now stationed at St Anthony's road. Father McGuire, was a widely CklreteJIet 408 SOUTH FOURTH AVH. known member . of the Paeeloaiet known women in Central Kentucky, church hi, Indlasapolls, was one of M7 WaOIiMAL--l TOSACXXMO-- T order, ana hie death will be felt as and a leader la Ca'thoUe, circlet, died the eep'akers at the celebration la Next to !Rex Theater --a a great loss. ,Ha, passed te bis .eter- Saturday 'at her home ia LextflKton'. Tomlinsoa Hall .following the St. P. M. Opea BveaiBge UatU rest early In' the' morning of St. Her iMtead MdlMretml hll4rmj Patrick's day parade. He ie the eon nal - of Jeffereoaville. mrf Kr. -, I e Fatrlek DladaPatriek'a 4ay. , v arriv.' BRITAIN FOR HOOVER. 10 E. H. Weinman. W. F. Sawyer, H. R. Reeves and C. H. Temple, all of Thomas J. Kelly, Logan Caldwell, over three years since Father Galvln passed through the United States to Ireland on his way from China to establish a Chinese mission movement throughout the world. During these fhreo years the movement has grown rapidly and has at the present time two houses in Ireland, one In the United States and one in Tho mission field asAustralia. signed to the society by tho Holy See is situated in the Province of Hupeh, Central China. Han Yang, a largo distinctly Chinese city on tho Yangtse with, over 600,000 people, has been selected as a headquarters. The total area of the territory Is over 8,500 square miles and the total, population under their care is estimated at 5,000,000. English-s- FUNERAL FLOWERS A SPECIAL SPRAY S3.0O A SPECIAL WREATH $5.00 peaking BLUE GRASS GARAGE (Incorporated) ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF SOUTH SEVENTH STREET STORAGE 25 CTS. AIL MEN IN CHARGE EXPERIENCED. 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Bogus Ontli Has Made RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. IS A RECORD TO BE PROUD OF Its Reappear- Brown's Herbal Ointent Se. snd WEST BROADWAY VULCANIZING T. ance in Certain Country Sections. GO. Supremo Knight Flaherty Sounds Warning to Those Engaged in Work. INCORPORATED GUARANTEED VULCANIZING Office and "Workrooms Northeast Corner Seventh nnd Broadway Louisviilo, Kentucky llomo Phone City 2511 SIIULER AXLE MANUFACTURING INCORPORATED COMPANY Automobile, Motor Truck and Trailer Axles. GENERAL OFFICES & FACTORY Local and Long Distance Phoaes Parkway 2 South 903 JONES AND N STREETS LOUISVILLE, KT. Circulated by Those AVho Would Cause Religious and Political Strife. letters praising this standard preparation, for instances woman nrltrss "Dr.O.Phcip Brown's Precious Herbal Ointment ba been In our household as Inns as I can re. member could not ect alone wlthont tt " Get a iar and keep tn your home lor , an cmersencr For sals at all dealers JO and 60 Cents. y a prescription of DR. O. PHELPS BROWN lias been ou the market tor over seventy Cic years and daring- - thU period Jias been a wonderful blessing- - In Ibe healing-- n( Darns. Uralses. Cats. Sores, etc. It has been bunded down from one ceaer-alloto another, and, we receive numerous Tho KELLS COMPANY KEWDURCll, N. V. REVOLTING IN CHARACTER Il'l'j Joseph reannearance in certain sec tions of the country of the bogus TNTTVJDUAU1TY fourtli degree oath of the Knights of Columbus has led James A. Fla MEGLEMRY-WAR- D herty, of Philadelphia, Supremo INCORPORATED Knight of the K. of C, to issue a warning to any who take part In 603 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUB. circulating this alleged oath and to IPhones 3245, Main or City. rpquest tho press of tho United States and Canada to aid In enllglit ctiing the public regarding the T. IS. YANN DAIRY COMPANY falsity of this "oath." Incorporated. "The Knights ot Columbus," Su BUILDBR preme Knight Flaherty stated, "In 0 SOUTH WENZBL BT. vite Information from anybody re 2481 MONTGOMERY STRJOffl carding circulators of the alleged Both Phones 4202 K. of C. fourth degree oath. This Some Phone Shawnee 1010 bogus oath, revolting In character, has been in circulation for many JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. years. It is a blasphemous and iieaaquartera for evilly designed document, calculated to stir up roligious hatred and to in PROPERTY AND FARM Cm CONTRACTING PLASTERKB Strangely enough, flame bigotry. Geo us about anything la real Its appearance coincides with gener Brook and Bloom state. We sell, buy and rent. al election years. 504 W. JEFFERSON BT. "The Knights of Columbus Is not City 8S80 Cuxab. S. lit-- ) d organization, and as an Some Phone City 4464. far as secrecy Is concerned we have more than once submitted tho In SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. THE VERY BEST ternal workings of the order, even Loans to those baying regular to tho details of degree work, for or salary, with no publicity even examination by er red tape. Loans to housekeepers denominaministers of Protestant en their personal security. tions, who have found us to be sim F. R. POOLEY,' ply a patriotic organization striving Building, to do good wherever and whenever Room 1, Courier-JournSOFT DRINKS wo can. 415 S. Fonrth Street. "Recently this disgusting bogus oath, containing foolish threats of Borne Phone Shawnee SOI "SOUTHERN STAB" massacro and carnage against those SLICED BACON HENRY GOSS who do not agree with us in religious matters, was circulated In "All Ready for Your Grlddlo la the Roofing, Guttering, SpootlBg Morning" Tin Roofs Repaired and PalntM Albany and Providence and In parts of New York and rural HAMS. LARD, SAUSAGE Asphalt Shingles a. Specialty sections of other States. An was made to clrculato It durLOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. 2011 W. Broadway, Loulsrllle, Kj ing the war, but the Department of Incorporated Justice stopped that, the circulator GLOBE SECURITY & LOAN OO being an alien enemy, and that fact DEAD ANIMALS Incorporated, is significant in the present attempt to revive the 'oath.' The oath is A. Lazar, Manager "HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID usually printed in a catch line at Money Advanced on Your Plala Nets tho bottom, stating that It has been 812 West Jefferson Street Call Homo Phono City 721; taken from the Congressional RecCumb. Phone Main 721. (Second Floor) ord. Tho truth Is that It has appeared In tho Record, as evidence In Home Phone City 2967. LOUISVILLE RENDERINa CO. an election case In which It was successfully used hgalnst a candidate 3XAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES JNO. P. MORTON & CO who happened to be a Knight of Columbus. His opponent strongly disclaimed knowledge of tho 'oath.' All Kinds of Footwear For the INCORPORATED Whole Family "The Knights of Columbus beIs circulated by Established 1820 - Louisville, Kj lieve that Two HAMBLY'Q Stores Ignorant persons who aro victims of OFFICE OUTFITTERS a moro or less intelligent attempt Shaw. 1716 30th and Portland. organization and to discredit City 7164 STATIONERS Magazine PRINTERS cause religiousthe 18Ui and strife for political or ends. Wo shall prosecute PEOPLE'S PROVIDENT ASOXATXa other who malign us by distributing thoso Incorporated eMise this 'oath' whenever and wherever Wm Organised by we may find them. Wo have alio Kaks X, m AS ready obtained a large number of START ONE THIS MOHTH WITH THE of tho 9a raralture and Other Persea) convictions in various parts country Property at country. The press of the by LOWEST BATES service can render a distinct Louisville Bank COLEMAN BUILDINO warning tho public against this 8. EL COR. THIRD AND JHFFEB30J foolish attempt to create bigotry Both Phones S8I6 Fonrth and Central AvCnae, especially at this and Srlve your boy an edaoatto tfcat wtb time."novelty In CALL US FOR extended travel Is A being introduced by the Knights of the ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE ColumbusbyIn that tour to Europe organization in planned 1U W. Broadway, fcoalsTlHa, ry. connection with the presentation of Brothers the K. of C. statue of Lafayette to by the Conduoted anl.n.lffji FOR ALL PURPOSES a Metz. It miA n...l.l Preparatory Xavertan TtllaltlA. the city ot which will isbo managed Department, Larg Jourseo, tour Kentucky Consumers Oil Company Oyauhs Pool, Well Equipped from first to last without a cent of slum. Terms moderate. any profit perhaps tho first tour - -- r Kentucky ttra. Baajamla. t. magnltudo conducted under of such Louisville -- conditions. Upwards ot 1,000 memHome Phone, City 4300 bers of tho K. of C. will make tho Cumb. Phono, Main 3580-trip to Metz, first visiting the battlefields of Europe and later Lourdes The French on the return trip. liubbuch Sr. & Son Government will receive tho Knights Directors as their guests in Franco. Dr. Mar-cDealers in Knecht, of the French High Embaimers. Commission to the United States, is WALL PAPER AND BUGS now in Franco arranging details of Telephone 1022 the trip with the French railroad FALLS CITY HALL BLDG., authorities. 8 WEST MARKET ST. THEY STAND TRUE. ThePL-BIASIN- We Tailor Your Coat, Suit. Dress or SKirt COMPANY SMOKE TARPY'S Lady Dash 10c Little A. J. 5c' , ARTHUR A. WILL 008-01- ! Best Cigars it Madej WM. P. BANNON BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY ICE CREAM M'F'R'S; 1104 South Seventh Street Phone City 6574 Both Phones 3241 C. J. SCHNEIDER, JR.,' Manager oath-boun- EPPING'S COTJNTBY 466 MEAT MARKET SPECZAXTY EO-Q- S SCHNEIDER'S OT7B al 8OUTH FIFTH STREET - - - - KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE In you trusts in you. You can bo easily accomplish that which is needed. You have only to have tho will tho way Is so clear. What would not the pooplo in the old land give for tho power which Is yours. May God and St. Patrick Inspire you to use it, and to use it well. EAMON DE VALERA. St. Patrick's day, 1920. throughout tho world: Sons and Daughters of the Gael? wherever you be today, in the name ot tho motherland 'greeting! WhatMACARONI SPAGHETTI EGG NOODLES ever flag bo tho flag you guard and cherish, it is consistent with your highest duty to band yourselves together, to use your united strength to help break the chains that bind our sweet sad mother. And never before have tho scattered children of Erin had such an opportunity for puDiic service. Today you can servo yvvvvvvvvv! not only Ireland but the world. A LOUISVILLE HOME TELEPHONF mMPANV not only Ireland but tho world. A . v NilA aTmil cruel war and a more cruel peace fi INCORPORATED uavo shattered tne generous of soul. Apathy mocks the high minded and heartless cynicism points tho way ot somsnness. CONNECTIONS We, tho children of a race that M)UAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAfr lias never ceased to strive that has endured for ages the blights of war and the disappointments of peace You'll Novor Slake u Mistake in Ordering Our who have had tho cup of the fru or liopo dashed from our lips ition In every decade, and have not despaired whoso temper has never Boured, but who have always looked For Your Now Homo It Has the Quality. forward for tho good in tomorrow tho world needs what we can give It today. Once before our people INCORPORATED gave tholr soul to a barbarian conBROOK AND A STS. tinent and led brute materialism to an understanding of higher things, it Is still our mission "to show the MMMaVJMiTaVmH EYES world the might of moral beauty" gsxnpnnFinKfZB testes Plenty-COAL-Pl- enty to teach mankind peaco and happiness In keeping tho law of love, doFITTED Tradewater Lump $5.75 ing to our neighbor what we would have our neighbor do to us. Wo Tradewater Nut best $5.75 bebvzce aro tho spoar points of the hosts In Jellico Lump $7.00 REAS01T. political slavery wo can bo the ABI.E West Virginia Lump $7.00 shafts of dawn for the despairing PBZCES and the wretched everywhere. And Straight Creek Lump $7.00 thoso of our race who are citizens of this mighty land of America, DR. JOHN Per Ton of 3,000 Pounds P. BECKER whoso thought will help to mould Delivered Anywhere. Trading the policy of the leader among the OPTROMETRIST, Stamps Free. nations how much the world looks to you this St. Patrick's day hopes 315 Starka. BaHtUa. Thiik Floor FRANKEL A. PENDENNIS Inc. ENGELHARD & 50NS CO. .. aw a I IONG JOUSOFAroOJEO JEMC3BI LUMBER OO, O. JOJVJB & K3BPh2a sH9BtDKRR LeKtsS 1 rhoae City 1180 Twelfth and Wilson PRICES THE LOWEST City 2G10 South 273 THE SIGN OF QUALITY flghl'd 7411 East 180 KENTUCKY LAUNDRY CO. iBOorporated 014-02- Fourth and Walnut COAL CO. RECENT DEATHS. Tho funeral of Bridget Carr, aged took placo Monday morning from St. Patrick's church, attended by many mourning friends. Sho was tho sister-in-laof William Doyle, 1535 Rowan street, and was twenty-seven, w THE BEST MADE la the Verdict TO Has Trtsft Dellcleaa 3 Underbill St. up-Sta- te Ettm tt 8e. Dearborn Manager pt held in high esteem. ur f Funeral services for Mrs. Laura years old. BIgley Davis, fifty-fowidow ot John Davis, who died 152G Monday at hor home, West Broadway, were held Wednesday morning from Sacred Heart church. She Is survived by a sister and two brothers. Nows of the death of Irene Mattlngly, beloved wife of Frank II. Mattlngly, .3C13 Western Parkway, was a severe shock to her many friends. Sho was thirty-fou- r years old and an esteemed member of tho Church of Our Lady, from whore the funeral was held Monday Jac-quenl- Best Livestock Market South of the Ohio River Established 1858 Designs & Estimates Furnished LIBERTY BLOW Mechanical Air Engineers Manufacturers and Erectors of DUST COLLECTING SYSTEM We Make a Specialty of Pipe BOURBON STOCK YARD COMPANY Incorporated O. AIi BIBCH, General Slanaffer FIFE WORKS Work for Jolinson tuul Main Streets ' LOUISVILLE, KY. HEATING & VENTHiAUNG B44 EAST JEFFERSON ST. LOUISVILLE, KY. Homo Phono 2C50 NATIONAL HATTERS D. D. S. 325 WEST JEFFERSON STREET. DYERS AND CLEANERS CALL FOR AND DELIVER Home Phone, City 1031 -- this-.'oat- morning. Louis 900-90- A. Broring, Weekly Savings Club South WeU-kao- Tuesday morning Mrs. Mary Nolan years old, bo- Seefrled, twenty-thre- o loved wire of Joseph ueetned, vis Fehr avenue, passed Into heavenly 963 SOUTH TSZBO STBEET her Invites you to inspect their modern, rest, leaving many who mournplaco Her funeral took Oaratre before death. you enter your car for safe keeping1. Thursday morning from St. John's xeiopnono city or sua rami 1 or church, Rev. Father Schuhmann Special Sate. conducting tho services. fire-nroo- THE DUNLOP MOTOR COMPANY f. steam-heate- d DENTIST 1 STARKS BUILDING. Phono Highland 21 Both WtENirSYOURj ' f j-- MOVE' -, Oil and Grease -- -- WILLIAM SCHNEIDER Preston and Ormsby Hardware, Paints, Varnishes, (jriass. "Wo Solicit Your Patronage City 0758 JOHN B. Death lias called another highly esteemed member of St. Louts parish, Mary E. Monahan, who passed away on Monday at her uomo, 500 West St. Catherine street. Sho was tho daughter of tho late and South 2377 Michael Monahan of thehad been a g Dominican member church, from which hor funeral took placo Thursday morning. WATHEN Ber-tralife-lon- E. T. WELSH PhOBSf "23s)c5si(52E Both PhoaM nd 1025 Bardstown Road Tin, Tile and Slate Roofer Roof Painting a Specialty IET US KNOW I Local and long: distance moving wlUi motor vans. Furniture, packing and shipping1. EsAll work miaranteed. timates cheerfully furnished fre of charge. A. aBHOLS & SOHS AUCTION (Incorporated) 423 West Main Street ft STORAQE CO, A H.B0SSES0N Funeral and e:. ol 1120-112- eoo broadwav Repair Your Own Roof .Ford's Plastic Cement The Associated Press cables fromdlsPnmn flint nffAr nn nleht-hou- r cusslon Saturday tho Catholic party No expert labor needed if you use FUNERAL DIRECTOR decided to refuse tne uaoinei u u was only a question of assisting 2114 WEST MARKET STREET Premier Nlttl in its reconstruction, ns it would mean londlng themselves Phones City or Main 3588 they PhoDes Shawnee 1243. Cumberland to support a policy of which Cathdo not entirely approve. Tho , Ford Roofing Products Co. Wes 11107a. olics bolleve they must postpone their participation in tho Government until they have a preponderataiso-- t City S0. J.ttljSttL'.Lj... ing part in the Cabinet, In order to nnnh fiiA vnst rAfnrms Included In hot,. nrnprnmTTiA. Otherwise 'they fool thoy would betray confidence reposed In them by electors. JOHN B. RATTERMAN Death has claimed another highly respected member of St. Peter's PACKLNQ church, Frank L. Schwerl, aged SSO South Tweaty.xa BC sixty-siwho resided at 1612 West Kentucky street. He Is survived .by Waft 1AS4 Shawnee 1986 four sons, Martin, Charles, Anthony LONG DISTANCE HAULING nnd Frank Schwerl, Jr., and two daughters, Mrs. Katherlne and Mrs. Cecilia Schmidt. 80th Phones 2406 services wero held Thursday & OO. Funeral morning. Adolph Reutllnger Cornelius Joseph Sullivan, son of Mrs. Mamie Dubourg TORNADO, LIABELITY AND Sullivan and a pupil of Sacred Heart PLATE GLASS school, died of pneumonia Sunday 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET afternoon at tho family residence, 2210 West Broadway, following an Illness of one week. Ho is survived by his mother and six sisters, Mrs. NEILL-L- A Margaret Shawhan, Shelbyvlllo, and Misses Cornelia, Alice, Mary Florence, Dorothy and Augusta Sullivan. The body was taken to Sholbyvllle Tuesday morning for burial In Grove INCORPORATED Hill cemetery. FURNITURE MOVING AND x, Artificial Paper Flowers and Wreaths St. Joseph Lilies A "say AUGUST R. it wrrn flowkrs" Specialty. 892-- J Obor-haus- en BAUMER FLORIST MASONIC TEMTLE FOURTH AND 0ID2STNUT LOUISVILLE, Mark Salsa, Pres. r. REUTLI.NGER FIRE INSURANCE Phone Shawnee fifteen-year-o- ld firs. Vanmeter Estimates Given Plans Furnished Both Phonos KY. rfscoDs, ueo. o. ana ' xrtaa--. VIELLE JOHN J. HES.SI0N & SON L. GRAUMAN A CO. Incorporated SUPPLY CO. MILL AND BUILDERS Phone Shawnee 880-- J 2031) HIGH ST1CEET FACTORY SUPPLIES KEEP LOOKING YOUNG L.iD. BAX Funeral Director and Embnlmer H. CHESTNUT TISVE SMALL HOPE. GRAY HAIR Can be restored to its original color with pasn, 517-71- 9 LOUEsVILLH. Kl Thursday morning .the friends ot Rev. THOMAS KEEN AN 1529 WEST MARKET STREET ; WVWWWWVWWWWVWWWWVWNHMAMAMAMMMMMMWAmi home phone ss J. J. BARRETT'S SONS j FUNERAL DIRECTORS ", Cumberland main 3971.7 tor ot St. Joseph's church at Bards-towone of the most widely known priests In Kentucky, who Is 111 ot pneumonia at St. Joseph's Infirmary, entertained only small hope for his recovery, news that will bo read with regret everywhere. St. Joseph's church, formerly tho Cathedral of tho dioceso of Kentucky, is the oldest Catholic church west of tho Alloghenles. Rich In art treasures. It has been tho mecca of thousands of tourjsts. Father O'Connel, who Is seventy, years old, last summer raised the first monument to our soldier dead ot the World War. RECOVERED. Father C. J. O. O'Connell. VAN'S MEXICAN R HAIR COLOR RESTOBO It is not a dye, but restores the hair to its natural color, so gradually that your most intimate friends cannot detect its use. You will be highly pleased with the results, or your money refunded. At all ..Monday morning David P. Benone of the pronett, aged sixty-ninmoters of tho Louisville Free Public Library, passed away at his homo, Coming 1801 South Third etreet. to this country from Scotland when a child, ho had ever since made this city his homo. Ho Is survived by his widow, Mrs. Anna Murdock Bennett; a son, D. P. Bennett, Jr.; two daughters, Misses Margaret and Jean Bennott, and a slstor, Miss Isabella Bennett. The funeral took placo Wednesday morning from St. Louis Bertrand church. e, 4tJ'g'a''ee'lt)itGRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. 0 Dealer In All Xlads of Offtea ' aaC Store Xtxtares, Safes, Cash Xeffcs. ters, Show Cases, Counters, Shelving! Sto. E10 WEST MATET 8TMT Home Phone, City 18SS - , , f'l .? 4 -- ' Jl 1 J M i Funeral f SOUTHEAST Director and Embalmer I BOTH PHONES 810. dealers S1.00 per bottle. N V. The Kells Company NEWBURGH OltTqiBUTOft at JMriin txm0& imnAHHhVIAKAVWAA 8H&kt, . AND EMBALMERS. Sister Mary BasliT Mother Supe rior ot St.. Joseph's inrirmary, wuo MORE THAN HALF. GLEESON IS CHAIRMAN. hasbeen ill for nearly three weeks. Is steadily recovering, and on WedThnnjas M. OJeeRon. nromlnent In Of the 5,610,682. lafcabltants of nesday was able' to be oat .for. a ,'etrelM ot Covington, was ride. Her friends and the public Canada, according to the latest cen- Oata-wl' ' pleased will that she sus. 2,833,041 are Catholic that Is. ehoaea. Chalman ot the Kenton Board' ,aM will noea 1m aM :to. resume bar, a- - tlttte More than fcW 0 tie total Couty. B.Hal!atlen n Tuesday, nunbor. . n dative. k Rev. Father Hill officiated day morning at the funeral of Thomas H. Browning, an aged and respected member of St. Ann's congregation. His death Sunday morning at his home, 618 Shlpp street, resulted from pneumonia, following an illness of a wook. Surviving him are two daughters, Mrs. Anna Mayer. Louisville, and Mrs. Helen Sheffield, Ala.; three McAullffe. sops, Hugh D. and James A. Browning, of the W. P. Brown Lumber Company, and Charles A. Browning, of tho Qrocers' Baking Company, and several grandchildren. Tues- CORNERSIXTH AND ZANE STS, DOUGHERTY & McEHIOTTf 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Funeral Directors and Embaimers ' -a ;.CHb. M It MM II II Mai-2S11 1 i BOTH PHOKfCfll. ' ' ' ' Xaa Otr'MM, 1111 11111111111 H 1 1 1 1 II II II II I II M3 t" ?i" .ii - iCEMt--i tJOJKTT IRISH AMBRIOA19. ! Bacon a son -- IHERMAN STRAUS . rOUHTHAVCHUC JNCOWMUUVO " SONS MARKET STWegT J ' I1 Incorporated DO YOU KNOW ABOU7 OUR We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. ! HOUSEHOLD CLUB PLAN Household Requirements on Deferred ? A Convenient and Dignified Methoa of Purchasing Payments. features of this method are its convenience In making purchases without any considerable outlay of cash. Tho advantage of buying on tho Club Kan during our various sales AT SALE PRICES. Whatever Is tho prlco of tho goods to a cash or a charge customer, that Is also tho prlco to a Household Club Plan customer. Thcro Is positively bo advance. 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Please send me the details regarding your investment proposition. JEFFERSON SWEET SHOP! (Tho House of Mirrors) JEFFERSON THEATER BUILDING AMERICAN CIGARS CUT-RAT- Name. Street . ,..... West Chestnut Street. E TOBACCO STORES 1 TOBACCOS XNCORPOlLtTXD H. M. BVLLESBY & COMPANY, Telephone Number Fiscal Agents. "THE ETERNAL LIGHT.' Tho realistic photoplay dealing with the life of our Saviour was presented this week at St. Xavler's College, and will also be shown Sunday and Thursday nights. It might rightfully be said that it is a privilege to view this picture, for to see this photo drama is really to make a pilgrimage, as the scenes Cleaned and Pressed. wero taken on the very grounds trespassed by the feet of our Saviour. Tho biblical narrative has been closely followed and vividly reproduced. On last Sunday evening the gymnasium was taxed to ca Cleaners and Dyers pacity in fact is was necessary that a considerable crowd be turned 617 Fourth Ave. back. The slory is carried throughcoherently, and the Phone 2207 out clearly and scenes depicted appeal not only by their religious and historical significance but by their artistic conception. Tho scenes which have Homo Phono City 271C been taken in the Holy Land and reproduced from old paintings of the great artists of tho middle ages are a revelation and a treat to the eye. The natural grandeur of the JEWELER Judaean hillsides, the deserts and pyramids of Egypt, the wilderness where Our Iord passed forty days Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, In fasting, the court of Herod, Silverware, Etc. Calaphas and Pilate, all beggar dethe scription. Tho story covers thirty-thre- o years of Christ on earth, Fine Watch Repairing and and In Its authenticity does not call Adjusting. upon tho imagination. Tho rendl tion of sacred music enhances many of tho effective scenes. Coming "Us 306 W. MARKET STREET It does at this particular time when LOUISVILLE, KY. we are all so reminded of tho pas our Lord. It is easy to fore sion of see tho largo audiences that will un doubtedly attend tho showings of We Buy, Sell And this instructive drama. Quote All Issues Of BIRTHDAY SURPRISE. TOUR OP SOUTH. NECKTIES arSJ&a&Ain LotxisrUlmJ ioc . JMKTS. THE SUH --3 SWISS m ULL AjULSlMLuJllHlLaSiMHi, V V IN7vj ( a KitiftV WTCicft MS i v"'i-- f tt.mT-r.- ,! ' i Powder and fnHn utalr.. easy. BUmlnatea majt0 EJnfi WI4U1I, nuiiQuo vjuuiob. jror au x&Dncs from the coarsest to the finest. At all grocera and department stores. Do not acoept substitutes. Use Band cuts oil grease. It Harmless toand Cleaner. hands. XA.QXO IOAP FXOSUOTS CO. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY OXTKen ' R. BAUDE m LUMBER ANDERSOI rs CO Broadway andUthSt UNDER BOOT HARVEY-JELLIC- O (XHOOKTOIUVpn: , "J COAL CO. With the Mrs. Edwin J. Kuhn entertained with a most enjoyable birthday cartv in honor of her father, O. Edwin Weber, of Chicago, who was hero for a visit. Those present wore Messrs. and Mesdamea Cyril Bonn, V.. B. SmHh. Edwin Weber, Charles S. Smith, Edwin J. Kuhn, Bert Bobn, William E. Messrs. Mudd. Cyril Bohn, Jr., and Charles H. Smith; Mesdames Charles Beav ers, Mary J. Smith; Misses nose Cunlff, Julia and Louise Opperrnan, Leone Smith, Mary M. and Helen L. Bonn and Clara Smith. HIBERNIANS. sur-Drl- se LIBERTY BONDS In Any Denomination Or Amount. tions and addresses lias been found great that a short Interval between tho two sections of the coming tour has been allowed to grant some respite In the terrific ordeal. Chief among tho speakers to accompany President De Valera will bo Rev. Dr. J. A. H. Irwin, a noted Presbyterian clergyman from Bel fast. The Itinerary announced ends on April 29 at Richmond. Almost Immediately thereafter tho President will begin the second loop, which will take him to Knoxvllle, Chattanooga, Nashville, Memphis and thence to Little Rock, Ark., and almost every city of Importance In Oklahoma and Texas. For tho first part of the tour President De Valera will leave Washington In time to address an ovenlng meeting in "Norfolk on April 8. From that point his Itinerary is as follows; Raleigh, Charleston, Columbia, Savannah, Jacksonville, Mobllo, New Orleans, Vlcksburg. On April 21 Jackson, tho President wilj speak at a luncheon at Meridian, Mlse., and In tho evening of tho samo day will address a mooting at Birmingham, Ala. The Itinerary continues: Montgomery, Atlanta, Macon, Augusta, Charlotte, Lynchburg and Richmond. so An Intensive campaign In favor American recognition of tho elected government of tho Republic of Ireland Is to bo launched In every Southern State early In April, It was announced Monday in Washington by the Friends of Irish Freedom National Bureau. President De Valera, accompanied by several prominent speakers, will begin a whirlwind tour on April 8. Tho s, Itinerary Includes Virginia, tho Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas. The plan employed In routing the trip through tho South has been to have the party travel In two distinct loops. Tho strain of dally recepof Car-ollna- NO RAISE IN PRICES. The following prices are just and allow us only a fair profit WHY PAY MORE? Our Service and Workmanship Are A No. Men's 2 Piece Suits, $1.50 Men's 3 Piece Suits, $1.75 Established Over 1 Suits Pressed. Only 50c Neckties 10c each, 3 for 25c Twenty-fiv- o WE ARE RESPONSIBLE Years. Puis Cleaning' and Dyeing' Co. Both Phones 2635. We Call For and Deliver. TO EAT IN A 421 W. 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L. Cl mn tke Strvice, Ancient Order of Hibernians, Is conducting a very successful membership campaign and candihas a clasa- - of twerity-elgdates, ready for initiation on March 24. Tomorrow afternoon there will be a special meeting-o- f the division, when the degree, team will, ebraplete Division 3, ht SuWIAH CmflttHM 1EGULAT01 TK" TEA ui StMMch DIsirMrs The American Legion hjvs received from tho Y. M. C. A. ?400,000 ot tho gift of $500,000 promised, representing surplus from operation of Y. M. Q. A. canteens and post ex- changes In France during tho war. A letter from John It. Mott. General Secretary of the association, declar ed that tpo balance of the gift would be sent "as soon as we have received from overseas tho final audit figures." OUR SOLDIERS OUT. AU United States in Siberia, Where the QuicK Meal Comes In Wfaere the jBflghtMt r bene work la to Where th lightest; Wfaere Where work to doaej Where eooktag real fat; eeeaa THE EGYPTIAN DRUG, CO.. 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