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Market St. 432 LHlnSf, Kentucky Irish American NO. 13. lJiaBiMfc J w W II Brery Driver an Kcori Loilsrllle 1800 Thc Tra:f Incorporated ph: hmk M mm t Ci VOLUME XLIV. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY fMARCH 27, 1920. PRICE FIVE CENTS. V I binatlon declared war pa it possibly because Ross was back aE it. Despito tho opposition and bltteV fight made by tho Achlne the Sheriff beat the entire fcmblnatlon, which called In Morrom to aid in tho fight. The bill .lassed the Their Obligation a Simple Pledge to House by a vote of 54ato 27, and Envoy to Vatican in France Sends tho Senate by a vote o30 to 2,. Good Americanism and brilliant victories for SKeritf Ross. Effort to Win Over Fbvv -Nnw fnr ihn rnnlc Incrflfltturfe. Mnr- -' Clerical. row, the former boon cfljnpanion of! Ross and greatly IndeKd to him for favors, vetoed tho Wl and was unsportsmanlike cnougrato ,vcto It Old ami Worn Out Imposture Has (00 lato for Ross to Scopcn- tho Show tho Intention to Tiny Rolo fight. Anyway the honR and glory Been Circulated for Many Worthy of Her Tast rest with Ross. Tho Years. History. prepared editorial approving the veto doesn't mean anything, as Ross will triumph he deserves to win, Senator Gaelic Course Now Being Given in Stanley was elected, as Mie deserved News of.Rcsult From l'arls Causes to win. And Senator Martin receivSome of tho Western Juhllatlon In Vatican ed tho appointment pi Senator for Schools. tho short term as hd I deserved it. Circles. Isn't that right, Mr. Bingham, you get these things when you deserve t. them? AIH'HIIISHOP DONATES A CUP. Right after near Jmyor Smith HEALS BREACH DUE TO ALSACE, and tho present administration went Into office, the Kentuckf Irish American issued tho warn Big that the The Knights of Columbus are recity would be cursedfi with negro tho minded from tinio to tlmo of tho Rome correspondents cable trouble and negro domination in the persistent purpose of certain perAmerican press that the French denear future. This Is .caused by tho sons to stir up religious hatreds In fact that tho Rcpubllca.it; party when cision to have an Ambassador at tho election years. Lately copies of tho In local power caters to and toadies Vatican is an event of much greater notorious "bogus fourth degree to tho negro, espectallythe idle and importance than may appear at first oath" attributed to them havo been gambling negro that may be dependsight. It Is ono more indication of circulated In various parts of the ed on to vote with the' Republican the changes of sprit of Franco and LONDON SOCIETY GIRL TAKES BLINDED HERO RIDING. TEDDY'S SON FOLLOWING IN FATHER'S FOOTSTEPS. country. This offensive production, worthy Col. Petty, ICliicf of Pomachine. the intention to play a rolo present Liout. Col. Theodore Roosevelt and Senator James W. Wadsworth lice, and tlio Board ofSafety hnvo An unusual sight In a London park is Miss Wilson, sister of Col. which, Is about equally blasphemous of her past history and not denied tho nsscrtlu Ihat in- Leslie Wilson, M. P., guiding the horso ridden by Lieut. Harrison, an and revolting, has been circulated position as victor in the great war. In a cross flro of banter preceding tho opening session of tho unoffioccasionally for many years. It Is The reasons for tho reversal of cial Republican State convention in Carneglo Hall. Col. Roosevelt on structions have bcrnxlvcn to the Australian officer, blinded In tho war. an old and worn out Imposture policy prove this clearly left. police in ench district to be easy on the among Intelligent persons defeats and Its tho negroes. Ono can 'see how far enough. The first is the conditions missionary apostolate has been veri- o'wn ends by its own absurdity. as this has encouraged the idle and in Alsace and Lorraine, which ex- "The Pope and Cardinal Gasparrl fied on tho whole In tho noble band Perhaps the best way to make clear vicious negro. . Here Is .a review of Gorman provinces were naturally have worked Indefatlgably toward of Catholic missionaries of all na- what tho obligation Is which Is asempt from the French rupture be- this end, sending some of their the past few days: Mrs." Rosa Gern-lel- n tionalities is amply proven by his- sumed by tho Knights of Columbus tween Church and State. choked insensible by negro; ablest diplomatists to prepare the tory. Wo need only refer to tho on entering tho organization Is to Having been for a time tho prin- ground in Paris, always being most Mrs. Alfred T. Stuartlnsulted and glorious company of Jesuit mission- print it as It really Is: cipal representative of Franco in tho- politic and careful to manage afchased by negro; thirteen-year-ol- d "I swear to support the constiturocovcred nrovinces. Premier Mlller- fairs in such a way as not to havo Elizabeth Hickman attacked by ne- Force Eer Springing From tho aries In Canada and the Western tion of United States, and to the heroic the United States. I pledge and was able to appreciate tho tho negotiations interrupted by a Machine In Bad and Boss Tobo Hert gro: Thomas Scherff, First Division Preaching of the Gospel of body of Franciscan padres on the myself, as a Catholic citizen and soldier, attacked and beaten by anomalous position caused by this brusque refusal on the part of the Pacific coast, as well known oxam-ple- s Knight of Columbus, to enlighten Christ. mid Ones Searcy Hurrying negro highwaymen; Charles Spencer difference between them and tho French authorities. Tho war helped of truly apostolic zeal. These myself fully upon my duties as a rest of France. Tho Clerical party greatly. Our chaplains continually attacked by negro liighwaynan; Home. me.n sought not gold or silver, nor citizen and to conscientiously pero is not only ex- reported a great revival of religious In Levi Bandy help up and robbed by did they strive to promote tho glory form such duties entirely in tho innegro crooks; tho bold robbery of ceedingly strong, but on tho whole feeling among tho French and their genuinely francophile and forms an ardent desire to be reunited to tho Mr. and Mrs. Lattls in their home. Tho True and Christian Missionary of their respective sovereigns, but terest of my country and regardless looked primarily to tho interests of of nil personal consequences. I t Not mi effective counterpoise both to tho Holy See." or oven clew by tho Spirit Is Above Nntlonal tho Kingdom or God, which they had pledge myself to do all In my power Socialists, who aro internationalists There is jubilation at news from Hoss Beats Mnclilno and Bingham Keystone police. Our streets and come to establish amonc tho chil to preservo the Integrity and purity thoroughfares are Infested daily to the point of being Limitation. Paris in Vatican circles, whero the Press, But Meets Ingratitude dren of tho Now Continent. It Is no of tho ballot, and to promoto reverelements. result of the negotiations Is considand to tho with Idle and gambling negroes, tho From Morrow. doubt that, these high examples of' ence and respect for law and order. Obviously it was impossible to negro dives and bootlegging Joints ered one of tho greatest triumphs of true missionary zeal in mind, tho I promlso to practice my religion tho latcizatlon of tho rest of Benedict PV. since his accession in are crowded day and night, mid tho Keystone police do not molest thoni Nnriow. Policy That Has Thwarted Holy Father condemns that narrow- - openly and consistently, but without Franco so as to bring it into lino the papacy. Tho political eclipse of minded "nntlnn.il anlrll" urhtMi ostentation, and to so conduct myTherefore Clemenceau, the election of Descha'-ne- l with Alsace - Lorraine. for two reasons, one because they vlttnfps wnrlr Hint (a !!. i,i.n,J self In public affairs and In tho extlio Work of Herald of to the Presidency and tho nomi- Negroes Tell Why They Do Not have Instructions not to do so, and the next best step was tho resumpIso of spiritual fruit a hundred-fold- . ercise of public virtue as to reflect Gospel. tion of diplomatic relations with tho nation of Millerand as Premier raistho other because they me afraid of Hnvo to Kill Any of Our "It has been a cause ot great afflic nothing but credit upon our holy Vatican. ed hopes at the Vatican that the tho negroes. Read tho following tion to us," ho writes, "that in cer- church, to the end that sho may Kcystoncrs. Thero had already been an at- task of its diplomatists would be from tho local negro newspaper as tain missionary Journals there, flourish and our country prosper to tempt to carry out this measure last much facilitated. tho negro view of the present police seems to be In evldenco of late the greater honor and glory of year during tho Clemenceau regime, department: FOLLOWING IDEAL. years a stronger deslro to promotol God." SUBLIME but it Jailed, partly owing to tho op"Under Col. Potty's ndnilnls: SISTER'S JUBILEE. If this Is not a simple pledge to national influenco than to extend position of the "Tiger," but still linvo lieen moro ration thero CIIESLEV CLUB INCOMPLETE. tho Kingdom of God. And It Is a good Americanism and honest citI- moro to that of Stephen Plchon, then gentlemen on the police force On Friday of last week the silver causo ot wonder that there Is no zenship, what would bo? Foreign Minister. Tho latter be- jubilee of the religious profession of than Aoro ever thero In nil 4' The conquests of which our peo- suspicion of the grave danger ofl Former service men and women longed to tho old school of vehement times since Louisville has ple aro most enamored are the con- alienating thereby the minds of the who visited Ireland while with tho to whom Gambetta's Sister Mary Raphael Kinsella was been a city. A striking evisolemnly celebratod In a Things havo been breaking badly A. E. F. havo requested tho Knights quests of democracy. happily and The demo- pagan from our holy religion." phrase, "Clericalism tlioro is the Our Lady of Dolors chapel at tho tor tho Is TIlAX NEGROES dence y Republican macratic spirit lias permeated not only All and peoplerhavo ot Columbus to inaugurato a courso-I- n enemy," was ono of tho watchwords HAVE NOT BEEN COMPELLof chine for tho past week, and thero our political institutions, but has a serious obligation in this matter. tho Gaelic languago In their reClemenceau Sacred Heart Homo of tho Sisters of French policy. ED TO KILL ANY OF THEM College street. The cele- Is an S. O. S. call for Tobe, the big on also invaded tho world of labor and in tho cause of God and In work! construction course. This the K. of scarcely shared this sentiment, but, Mercy of tho mass was the Very Rev. boss, to hurry from California FOR BRUTALITY." C. havo and brant salvation of a confirmed freethinker himself, Thomas H. Kinsella, of Leaven- Ches to beat It back from Cuba, Thero Is something for the white Industry. It has rudely shattered for thoconsideration souls there must McGInley,decided to do. William J. of of New ot national preswas Inclined to depreciate tho imresidents of this city to ponder over. many cometho Ideals and Ideas that bo no no careful calculation concern- Secretary of tho K. York,C, Supreme having been told that Kas. will friends of Sister to us fortified by the tige, of makes portance of tho rollglous element in worth,Raphael Many of the Institution both It plenty warm hero they now. Our negro Republican voters have havo find Just The watchword national or International affairs. Mary present, and throughout the Matt Chilton has been trying to hold not been compelled to kill police be- prestige of ages.sounded during the ing spheres of national influence. this announcement: practical, were and frequently Wo must pool our From tho moment, however, when day the jubllarlan was in receipt of down tho role of machine dictator, cause tho police aro satisfactory to most flvo years has been: "Mako the glorious npostolate. efforts in this, "Besides teaching courses our aim Is to proThe field Is ox- Millerand became Premier the re- congratulatory messages and gifts. but "the hungry and angry Republi- them. In other words, tho negro last And yet safe for is reauy tor vide cultural training, and Gaelic, sumption of relations with tho Vaticrooks and thugs and assaulters of world is a force democracy." long been lunsivu aim uie Harvest many, cans havo driven him to cover. Hero tho which has thero the sickle. Wo need ot tho Irish, d the native language can was a foregono conclusion as tho Sister Mary Raphael Joined 1895. aro some of tho troubles. Old whito women need not ho afraid of active In this direction, but which of Sisters of Mercy In laborers. Let us then work comes well within tho meaning of result of his personal experience in tho Keystone police, who aro desig- has been overlooked by thoso who Howdy Ed appointed Joseph P. and pray, work diligently and pray that term, as It has a large and It was the easier Byers, it ho is neither a citizen of nated as "gentlemen" by the ne- often sing tho praises of democracy. fervently, for tho extension of tho beautiful literature. All our courses MOTHER MARY FLAGET. groes. A dally newspaper reporter for him to got the assent of ParliaLoiiisvlllo or Kentucky despite tho aro optional and all instruction ever Kingdom of God. force This Is tho liberating was ment to the measure because it Deptho writer tho to tho told bosses in a that ho saw tho ne- springing from the preaching of the free. Wo wore surprised by tho The death of,Mother Mary Flaget claim ofmanager supported by a largo number of gro gambling dive order Gospel of Christ by his duly authoripost of all of the for Gaelic, but thoro are well ALUMNI FIELD. Hill uties, including the Briandlst ele- Inst at Loretto Academy, St. Louis, Institutions in ofKentucky public the Keystone polico out of the place, zed ministers. No freedom so genqualified instructors In this counrpolr marks the rniRSinc of a under and they went too. ment, which was actuated by reaof uine freedom Tho tract of land at Clay and try, and whero demand warrants wo many posts of as tho democracy ofsothe children sons of foreign policy which had widely known religious educator and charge of tho Boardpolitical Control. try to no Job in ot Negroesin are holding St. Xavier's woman. Mother This is tho fattest a most beloved nothing to do with tho local administration andGod, conductive to true reasonablo Kentucky by Alumni FieldCollegeIshas. shall coursesupply it." honor happiness been named Tho is now being given In Lebanon, to Flaget was and Americans It Is hard forpart played to realize September 8, born attho daughterKy., Kentucky, and many of tho leading and aro now demanding tho Job3 of as so of Republican workers were hotfoot police and firemen in tho democracy founded on in honor 1850, In Eurothe important to a Christ's teachings, which remind all bo a memorial supremo ot tho dead Bomo of tho Western K. of C. .addition who paid the sacrlflco in echools. pean affairs by the Roman Catholic Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hill. She was after it. Each applicant had a host member of the Board of Education. Archbishop Patrick J. Hayes Is dlglnty as heirs to tho tho recent world war; also as a church through Its Cardinals and a sister of Father Joseph Hill, S. of friends who expected to profit if Hero is an illustration ot their hold men of their God. many subordihis trlbuto to tho thousand of St. Xav- announced as tho donor of a $1,000 Father the upper rank of its hierarchy, J., and a niece of Flaget Walter nate friends landed, out and some on the near Mayor Smith adminis- Kingdom of jobs to be ladled d ier's bojs who wore tho garb of tho silver cup which will bo tho coveted Of lato years, however, a coun- Hill, S. J. entered Mother whose influence In various Tho reporters' room at tration: spirit has Interfered with defenders of democracy. ihn nnvltlnta of fho Lnretto ROCletV fat contracts for supplies to be the City Hall became unnecessarily This ac- prlzo In tho great Casey is often very great. It is tries They all went up In tho the efforts of Catholic missionaries quisition completes St. Xavlor's Invitation race, one of tho principal question that during tho war at Nerlnx, Ky., In 1869, and cele awarded. tho Lockett caso hero ap- dirty. Tho colored lords of tho City to propagato tho gospel of Christ equipment. A modern school build- events of the annual indoor games golden jumieo as a re- air when France quarrel with tho church brated herAugust, 1919. Board pointed Byers, who doesn't evon Hall refused to clean lt Thecolored among nations still groping in the ing, a gymnasium erected only three and receptions to be held under tho ligious In of a permanent representaand lack show In tho city directojy. A little of Works sided with their darkness of unbelief. Rulers and years, in which tho biggest games of nuspices of tho New York Chapter Vatican was greatly to tive at the Investigation revealed tho seoret and Republican brothers, and nix on the diplomats, guided by a narrow pol- the past year that camo to Louis- of tho Knights of Columbus on SatNot only was she MOURN ins DEATH. stunt. her detriment. why tho Courier-Journand Times cleaningwrote to the Tho Board of icy of ambition and lusting for moro ville were played, offers to the youth urday evening, April 22, in the unablo to got advantages that might local newspaper Works Roglment Armory. work of forthcoming through tho distinct sorrow and were so enthusiastic over the ap- publishers protesting against tho un- power, havo thwarted tho They for- of tho city an opportunity oqual to Twenty-secon-A. Brennan, It was with havo been any other Catholic Frank Chairman of tho of tho gospel. tho advantages for In- regret that this community learned pointment. Byers was chef or influence of the Vatican clean habits of tho reporters, say- tho herald on account of his nation- or public high of manager of tho Juniper Huntbade Already school. stance, tho treatment of tho Inhabi- that James P. McHugh, thirty-fou- r ing tho reporters' room was mado ality, him,preach Christianity in cer- example of Brother Benjamin is tho affair, said: "Archbishop Hayes Is be- - desirous of encouraging to athletics tants of tho Invaded French terri- years old, had been called from this ing and Fishing Club, of a Florida, very, very dirty by tho press repre- tain regions, or they expelled him Ing emulated, Bingliam being loading the archdiocese of tho alumni of Manual throughout tory was in marked contrast to that llfo on Monday. He was the son of Publisher promoter In tlio club. As sentatives. Near Mayor Smith was light and colony tho city, especially inhad a of the Belgians, who obtained a Patrick and Sarah McHugh, 1912 Robert W. would put it: Mr. Beyers then dragged into it and here's from a foreign laborer whero hovine- seeking a field for the public high terested in and is announced plan In the tho been zealous schools. mitigation of Gorman severity be- TTnmrvJpn Court. Ponular and re succeeded because whero the reporters scored heavily. K. Tho Holy of tho lend Mr. and Paul Creel will cause the powerful Gorman Catholic spected, he was widely known and succeed ho was in ho deserved to They pointed out that tho reporters yard shown Lord. concern for Father movo Into Mrs. new homo on Cher- of thoassistanceof to C. theto continevery deep on these their party was not deaf to the appeals was the rriena 01 an wno enjoyeu floor. Of course this the ground didn't, use tho hnll and there was has uance of the athletic activities ot explanation which havo been deprived okee road about May 1. 'rom Rome but Catholic opposition his acquaintance. His funeral took two years' of dirt and filth plied up missions Ben W. Martin Is visiting in New tho former soldiers, sailors and mahandicapped tho French cause In niia WAltiAsrtnv mornlnsr from St. will not please the many hungry in tlio City Hall corridors. Tho lead- of their best workers. Towards the exIssued a moving Orleans this week, after A. E. in this vicincountries like Spain and Italy, where Louts Berirand church, of which he and angry Republicans, but it got ing colored politicians want to come end of 1919 hoon "Propagating the weeks' stay at Blloxi, Miss. a two rines ot the proceedsF. ot tho affair ity." Tho plains why tho unknown Byers apostolic clerical Influence was especially had been a lifelong memoer. in on tho Chesley Club dinner now, Catholic letter will bo turned over to tho local tho juicy plum. v Faith Throughout the powerful. So much for trouble No. 1. Big Baying that thero ought not to be a World." It Is an appeal to tho encharities of tho New York State Tho decision to mako a bid for against them eating and drink- tire body of tho faithful, reminding Chapter, of which Dr. Harry P. Boss Tobo and Llttlo Boss Ches have bar Catholic support is a natural conse,.,j',., ., tho white Swift is Chairman. discovered or been told that Mar ing withwhom they voto Republican them ot their duty towards those quence and proof, it proof were and work who have not yet had tho gospel Buried with full military honors shall Bullitt, one of tho Old Guard, brothersSounds reasonablo and wo with. In Calvary cemetery on March 19, has gotten in on tho ground floor propose It contains at sumo her traditional policy of playHurley Popo, colored preached to them. implicit condom-natio- n that although classed as a pauper, Priwith Gen. Wood, the leading the same time an ing a leading rolo on tho world and who vate Oliver Dana Dyer, of Leominscandidate for President, saloon keeper wholesale was recently of that Btage which was frustrated by the bootlegging, which Is opposed narrow nationalism' ter, Mass., hero of the war, who saw to tho largo spirit and Tobe. Ches and their machine arrestedonfor toastmastor's list. Ho of 1870. For the Immediate defeat the organ the Herald have to take what be put servico for more than eighteen of mutual tolerance and true fellow she hopes tho Vatican will tuture Is left, Lowden, Harding or boost waa tho original Chesley booster as ship emphasized by Christianity. months overseas, was saved by tho police to raid his gamfavor French plans for tho settleKnights of Columbus from the PotChairman Hays for the nomination. ho defied thosaying that "Mr. Ches- - This latter point has beon strongly In of the Turkish problem Inment bling joint, ter's field after his death in tho With Wood as the nominee the loy" was his backer. By all means emphasized by a writer In the Church la immensely which tho Now York City Hospital. Private He says that machine would not have Cattollca. terested on account o the Greek let's hear from Hurley at the Ches Clvllta tho propagation ot the faith Dyer enlisted at New Haven, Conn., though a finger in national politics and In ley and Armenian Christian populations Club dinner. 1917, served overseas at Chemin of in over tho world is tho main themo setthe event ot Wood s election Mar in Asia Minor and the Christian sects des Dames, Chateau Thiorry and shall Bullitt would become tho big the apostolic letter, wo may also see tlement of Maronltes and other QuesTWIN CITY LEAGUE. y naelsewhere and was discharged at boss and woo be to the In It a plea for "tho exclusion of to mention tho In Syria, not Camp DovenB in March last year. gang. Here's trouble No. 3, and it tionalism In this sublime duty." All disposition of tho shrines tion of tho The Twin City Baseball League, nations aro to be united in Christ Ho was sevorely gassed on several tolls of a tale of ingratitude that all Christendom in Palestine which occasions whllo In action, and this will mako angels weep. When composed of Catholic amateur ball as In ono family, or as tho first highest veneration. regards with tho affected his lungs so that, when afHowdy Ed Morrow began his early players, hold its annual election of Christians said. In the bosom of reason that Aristido It waa for this one of tho protagon- ter falling to find work on being campaign for the Governorship Sher- officers .Monday evening and made "Mother Church." Brland, who is discharged from the army, ho enterHaving touched upon tho mis. iff Will Ross was his original boost- preparations for the coming season. i.wtodiip fnmlim nollcv for follows: sionary work ot tho Church in the ed tho naval service. Ho was soon er, Hert and Searcy not warming up The officers elected aro as Franco, and the Nationalist Depu discharged for physical disability. to Morrow until he had developed President, William M. Duffy; Vice past, a work which was "free from tise who form a majority in ine now Secretary nvprv limitation and falso suspicion Hundreds of Now York women, sostrength. Ross was bia adviser, President, John J. Barry; nhomlinr sunnorted the ciety leaders and stenographers, campaign manager and personal and Treasurer, Robert F. Delehanty. ot nationality," tho Holy Father admeasure. On similar grounds it was tributes to the dead hero. The companion. Tho Sheriff carried The Knights of Columbus, Augus- dresses himself to tho bishops, s of the press approved by Mackln Council, St. K. of C. stated that the dead soldier priests and all directors ot and him throughout the entire county in and public, despite the fact that repwould probably prefer tho money to his auto and 'did yeoman work In tine and St. Xavior clubs were workers in tne sacrea missionary generally pronounced be given to tho care of his little forming an organization. When resented at the meeting., Treasurer anostolate. and exhorts them to gen is little diminished. Indeed the Thelma Tucker, whqm Morrow was elected Ross or his Delehanty announced that the Twin uine zeal for souls. Ha concludes In Socialists aro practically alono ean tho K. of C. are now caring for. friends never asked for any favors City was in good financial shape, by saying that every Catholic mis their opposition and IHumanlte tho nor received any, because the Gov- the best In Its history at the start of sionary wortny or ine namo snoum find no better argument than GOOD FRIDAY SLOGAN. ernor had dropped the old love and the season, and President Duffy pre- "so conduct himself that everyone .geeer that though the resumption. now confined his attention to pleas dicted a banner year for the league. can readily- - see in him a minister of of relations with tho Vatican Is The various organizations of Deing Hert, Searcy, the Herald and that religion which, embracing an doubtless in Franco's interest, It Bingham press. troit and nearby cities that, have PASTORATE AT BHODELIA. men who adore God In spirit and represents truckling to the papacy, In the Ipmial been participating Sheriff Ross went to- Frankfort truth, excludes no nation whatever." wieh Is a virtual admission of campaigns for closing busing es- -, an had introduced a bill providing Succeerlng the Rev. John. A, Abell, For the missionary work Is one GOVERNOR OF NEW JERSEY. tablishments for a period efwiree Gentile nor deputy who Is now at St. John's, Hardin for an "la the proposal of the French- PROBABLE NEW AMBASSADOR. sheriffs Increase in salaries ofIn these county, Father Fltagibboas ,has been "where there Is nolther unclrcumcls-loHis first act was to introduce a hours, 12 to 3 p. m., oa Geedrrl-da- y, and deputy clerks. diploJew, circumcision nor to , Oorornment as Latest photp have adopted ,'Doa't bay, don't in to RHodem. Father Barbarian nor Scythiaa, bosd bill defining Intoxicantscent, containl -- ,joMa mUh the Holy 8m Gsddw, British of Sir Auckland I days of high cost of livlug and fair appelated since his ordisatlon last per more, alcohol Cabinet Minister, creased salaries the bill looked her free. But Christ le all, and la ingvolume, than 4 would exempt pre- sell, 12 to 3, Good FrUayy" ' XV. saw today his dearest who Mewllet which la slogan, In poster form, to emsMe will b th new British Amba-MlTh Hrt-8erc- y and rMMMjri. summer, hae been ta, the western all." VTWtzt .. fttanoo, " com- - part of the Stat to th UBUd State. (he closing movement.- aewr Htokman. That thfa sublime ideal ot the war beer. feign IMPORTANT k. Hert-Searc- y- or c I'ilWP- VIkPft era Mm ''e - $ I Honest-Citizenshi- p. J - urJer-Jour-na- l's jusbs 1 later,-becaus- e pre-w- ar REPUBLICAN LIBERATING ALsace-Lorrain- nri-es- anti-Frenc- h, pro-Germ- re-vo- ko V pro-cedi- anti-Clerica- -- Hert-Searc- - ofmsT-pries- rs I earn-a-llvl- ng or-d- or large-minde- Alsace-Lorrain- e. Courier-Journa- l, re-qu- Alsace-Lorrain- e. , narrow-minde- be-'yo- 600-yar- al d bust-nes- H -- .... j 1 - Hert-Searc- y Hert-Searc- -- ., w.t, of-for- ed Hlbor-.nlan- s, nine-tenth- ra halt-alste-r, - n, Fitz-glbbo- or a v,w. lis msrsss T wv n immm .v n:MrTUOirv Kf-IHTUGKY ohl AJtBjirxOi, Put In Your Bin At TON THROUGH The Property-over IRISH AMERIGftN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. and Motl Advancement ol Irbh Amerfcini tad Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men'a Institute and Catholic Knights of America. PRINTING CO., Poitotflce at KENTUCKY rcond-Cla- ii Catholic-Officiall- tvid to the Social KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN OntTMl t the to tot IneorpoetrJ. Publisher 5 SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY Matter. 319321 West Ulwrty Mdrtss All Communlcatlcns IRISH AMERICAN, Strn RADIAEastern KentuckyCOAL GEM Product The Best Mr. Conrad Kolb, Louisville, Ky. Dear Sir: I have been to Molus and saw the prospect. I herewith send check for ono hundred dollars for twenty shares of stock In your coal company. I will send the o(her hundred in sixty days. I will write you later about moie stock. Tours truly, W, C. BROWN. LOUISVILLE. KY. KVKK ..SATURDAY. MARCH 27 19' nation. They, however, aro only a the generals of an army; they mui have companies and regiments a divisions and corps to succcssfull moot the enemy and achieve th final victory. Let us therefore et list under the leadership of ouBishops of tho National Cathol: Welfare Council. Let us join th army of reconstruction and emuiat the creditable record of our peopb under the National Catholic Wa Council during tho World War no happily ended. Some folks are born poor, som acquire poverty and quite a fe havo it thrust upon them. Povert Is more of a disgrace than it is disease War Savings Stamps pur chased every time tho pay envelop is opened help folks to get from th have-nothicrowd into the liavo something class. Get tho heart right and the Intel lect will soon rectify Itself. This Is What They All Say SInaIKy March 10, 1920. TIll'K This Is just as true today as when Cardinal Nowman said It: "The Irish patriots hold that they never have yielded thomselves to the sway of England, and therefore have never been under her laws and never havo been rebels.'' I'EOI'IiK AHOUSEI). search and seizure laws, which allow Irresponsible agents to o raid private homes, and the n dictation oT the league heads has aroused the people of the country to such an extent that both leading parties will be forced to Incorporate relief measures in their platforms. The end of tho reign of hypocrisy and fanaticism is In sight. The Czar-HkAnti-Saloo- $00 per Coal Company, - The investment of $50.00 or more In a coal opportunity that will enable you to obtain your own supply at cost and return you probably an additional 100 per cent in cash. The Vinson-Kol- b CAIiUM.VMTOKS. cently In the joint pastoral issued reby the Archbishops and Uishops of this country, which was published almost exclusively in the A Kentucky corporation, capital stock $25,000.00, divided into 2,500 shares, par value $10.00 each, holds under lease over 100 acres of coal land lying along the L. & N. Railroad right-of-waabout 200 yards below the station at Molus, Harlan County, Ky. To raise sufficient money to develop and equip this prop erty for an output of two or three cars daily, about 25,000 tons per year, a limited amount of the capital stock is offered for subscription in lots of 5 shares and upward at par, $10.00 per share,, terms one-hacash, balance sixty days from date. y, lf about 1,5.00 acres this coal averages approximately 42 inches or 30 inches elay parting and six to bituminous (regular Harlan County coal). A three-inc- h ten inches of .good cannecoal on t&p. Owing to the fact tha't the clay can be gobbed and the higher price of cannel coal, which will compensate for the slight increase in loading charges, this will prove a very profitable operation. hc The location is ideal for tipple and siding. There is sufficient limber o 'pioperty for all purposes. Only about 15 men will be required for this small operation and labor conditions in nnd around Molus arc good. Taken altogether, for a small, profitable coal mining operation, it is one of the best pioppects in Eastern Kentucky. Coal Deliveries Mr. Kolb will have charge of the deliveries of coal to stockholders and they will be taken care of this year and each year afterward during the late summer and early fall months. cars to be dclivcied on this Only twenty or twenty-fiv- e basis can easily be handled through one of tho teaming companies. Next year we will piobably secure a small yard to facilitate the movement. The average cost of pioduction should be appioximatcly $1.50, fi eight $1.55, delivery charges about $1.00, making a total net cost to you of about $4.00 per ton. Wc guarantee prompt and satisfactory delivery in lots of five tons and upward in the city of Louisville only. During August, September or October, however, stockholders residing in other cities and towns may lcccive carlot shipment, paying tho prevailing market price on tonnage exceeding the amount entitled to at cost. Catholic press, the people are appealed to in the name of religion and patriotism to make "justice and charity" tho basis of all their relations with one another whether in the social, mercantile or Industrial world. In the religious world these two, "justice and charity," are taken for granted, as it were. The calumniators of our church have neither justice nor charity, either In their utterances or activities. I TinrinrTnnr irwirwXTinr tnnnrril snriFTv k'klt'kit'k'k'k'k A Coal At Cost To Stockholders Each stockholder is to receive every year at actual mine cost, plus delivery charges, one ton of coal for each shaie held, thereby saving two or three dollars per ton, or an amount equal to 20 to 30 per cent on the investment. Tomorrow May Be Too Late 'Act Now Sptiit three citizens of -- I.ouls-ill- o A " Mrs. John J. Moritz, Crescen H'll was hostess to her sewing clul last week. Miss Edna Boone spent the pas week with friends at Nazaretl Academy. Profits Inasmuch as only about one tenth of the cntiic output will necessarily be taken by the stockholders, the balance being sold at profits ranging from $1.00 per ton and upward, tli is stock should pay in cash dividends 100 per cent. luuc Itousht thin ntoi'k In lots of ii shares nnd upwind, insiiiiiif,-- t lie suui'ess of our enterprise. Onlj three Immlivd left for Nile at SI 0.01). .Iiiii-cs j Heights, visited friends bany last week. Miss Minnie Conway, In New Al of PIor Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dawson hav guest had In his opposition to the League of son, as their Haven. Miss Emma Daw of New Nations Senator Walsh, of Massachusetts, made a telling point Craig Benson, of West Broadway against the adoption of Wilson's pet has returned from Havana, Cuba treaty, which he challenged any and New Orleans. member of the Senate to deny. SenMr. and Mrs. Will Black, Park-vloator Walsh said that Ireland, Egypt, had as their guests last week ICorea, Shantung or any other op- Mr. and Mrs. Tom Magulre. pressed nation could not bring their Mrs. Virginia O'Brien has causo before the League of Nations spending a week at Shelbyvllle, been the without the consent of the nation guest of Mrs. J. W. Lawson. oppressing It. As, for Instance, IreMrs. L. land could not lay Its claims for in- spent W. week-en- Mackln, of Parkland d with her tho dependence beforo the Loague unless Mrs. L. A. Blandford, Crescentsister Hill granted permission by England. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pooley, Park Neither could Egypt apply for relief or justice if John Bull was unwill- view, havo been entertaining Mis1 Slover, of North Vernon, Ind ing. President Wilson nor any of Helen supporters in the Senate answerhis Mrs. Walter Burke, who has been ed Senator Walsh's challenge. All visiting relatives In Portland, ha' people will agree this Is returned to her home In Portland Ore. a most telling and convincing point uealnst the proposed league. Mrs. K. McGovorn and daughter Miss 'Anna, Flora Heights, are at homo tour after an extended CARE FOR OUU BOYS. fair-mind- ed CONVINCING. Capitalization The entire capitalization is small and conservative, but sufficiently large to provide for the profitable development of the property. No stock given away for the use of piomincnt names, no inside deals nor ground-floo- r piopositions to offer. In lots of 5 shares or 500 shares, the price and terms aie identical. Our special inducements to you aro your coal at cost, piobably 100 per cent on your investment and a square deal. Every share of stock represents an equal inteiest in all the assets of the company, all common, no bonds, r.o moit-gago- s, no On April mi) unsold portion will ho niHunced to ? 15.00 per slm 10 Mltl('l). There will proli.ihly bo none for sale at any pi Ice. We aie now ready for ncthe operations at .Mollis and epeet to ship toal l. June 1. 1 preferred. The Management through the South. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mahoney and J. H. Mahoney, Jr., were called to New Haven last week on account of meet all her obligations and Is tho Illness of their father, J. II. Ma therefore the only really solvent honey, Sr. nation on the planet; this gives her Mrs. Albert M. Hernnan and financial The. advo- daughters. Misses Dorothy and Carocates of tho scheme, lyn Herrmann, havo returned from however, would rob the United a visit to Mrs. W. D. Williams in States of this and replace England on her old financial Miss Lucy Kelly, who has been at and usurious throne. All of which Camp Knox for the past year, has shows that those who advocate tho returned to her homo on First street said scheme aro as good Americans and has accepted a position at Camp Zachary Taylor. as Benedict Arnold. This country owes its soldiers much, and the Mr, and Mrs. Alton Kolb and debt should bo ''fully paid before dauchtors, MItwes Lorlne and Uoso any obligations of foreign nations Kolb, Mrs. Alton Kolb, Jr., and Otto Rothort havo been spending the are canceled. week at West Badon Springs. debt-cancelli- Again is heard tho voices of those who would havo the United States cancel tho I. O. U.'a of England and France, etc. Of course England would be the biggest beneficiary of this policy. It is worthy of note that the advocates of this traitorous polfcy do not ask that tho nations which would benefit should do In like manner. Not at all! The United States is able to Mrs. G. W. Winston, who underwent an operation at St. Joseph's Infirmary, will return next week to her home in Crescent Hill. Mrs. Jack McDaniels, after a visit hero with her mother, Mrs. J. L. Strassol, Southern Heights, has left for her home in Boston, Mass. Is in the hands of young men having a piactical and ciaiKMm'.it thorough knowledge of the production and selling of coal, Your Mili.xci Iiitlon must be dated as well as a keen appreciation of the ic wards for a l epilanot later than April 1. tion of square dealing and straightforward business methods. We reserve the light to i elect Guy Vinson, president and general manager, Muhlen-burmi) or all subseiiptlon.s. Harlan and Ohio counties, lifelong resident of the coal fields of Kentucky, and a number of years' piactical experi ence in the mining business. Conrad Kolb, vice president, secretaiy and ticasurer, 724 E. Walnut street, Louisville, Ky., has a clean, unbroken record of several years' Come In With Us On This Square Deal g successful experience. Wc simply propose to make some money ami save some money for you and Let us get together ourselves in a fair, square way by getting your Directors at once. Wc can get at the coal without delay. GUY VINSON. NATHAN MEKMAN. Jp.wpW. T.niiisvilln. Kv. CONRAD KOLB. ANDREW RUSCH, .Merchant, Louisville, Ky. To Those Who Recognize A Sincere Opportunity J. F. KILGUS, Merchant, Louisville, Ky. g, coal-sellin1 In tho development of this propel ty and shaio in the further continuous and ukkh-hiIof tills company, which holcN I'oitli a dollnito promise of enormous and legitimate pioflts. Additional information and will lie submitted upon application to Mi. Vlncon, at 217 Norton IJi'Ijf.. l.oiiisille K. I'hone I'ity j:i21. Main f!7. Until .Apiil O'.ieli until S p. in. to YOfll take pait LAST CIIAM'i: What McAdoo Says "The income tax returns of soft coal mine owners for 1917,showcd 15 to 2,000 per cent on capitalization, and earnings of 100 to 300 per cent were not uncommon." The Truth Thcie never was a more aboveboard little enterprise offered. This is not an oil well. You can see the coal where it has been opened in the side of the mountain, put your rule on it and realize that you aro actually putting your g opportunity, money into a real , with no apparent possibility of loss. All the money from the sale of the ticasury stock goes into the operation, no nigs, no fumitmc, no private offices nor fancy salaries. Wc are after coal. You can inspect the lease. You can use your own eyes and sec the coal. You are invited to investigate the management, look at the proposition from a theoretical or practical standpoint, put it through the acid test of a scientific analysis from start to finish. You will find no misstatement as to the probabilities, possibilities or facts. dollar-saving, is money-makin- 1 Our Proposition Is This: one-ha- Cupllitl Mock yj.i.ooo.oo 2,000 I'lir 11I.ANK. $10.00 ultir sriJSCHUTJON AIN&OX-KOL- Cciitlemcii: I hereby subscribe for,. ...shares o( tliu cillul Mm k of your company nnd Inclose .dollar payment. fui . If after ten days from this date I am not satlnflrd the full amount paid Is to bo returned to me. otherwise the will be paid nt the expiration of slxt icniiilnlntr iliv-- . when stock certificate Is to be lsuued to me, full palil uiul nonassessable. I am to receive each year at actual cost imc inn of cnnl "Ii share owned by me. i. B COAI, CO., 1M' Molim, Ilarlnu County, Krnturk). .i:o ....... payment on 5 shares Fill' in the subscription blank, enclose check, money order or registered letter for or moie at par, $10.00 per share, and mail now. If after ten days you aie not satisfied, if after the fullest and freest inquiry and investigation as to the management or the merits of the proposition, you havo any doubts as to the genuineness of this undertaking, your money will be refunded without word or quibble. lf one-ha- lf Go Use On put chases of i of untied. Your Own Eyes f twenty shaies or more, your railroad fare from Louisville to Molus and return will be ono-ha- lf this stock, and no agent NOTICE No commissons paid for the sale-oor salesman is authorized to solicit or accept subscriptions for some. $Mi&iSx33K&4x$KS$"$ the Modern way CLEANERS AND DYERS OFFICE AND PLANT, 1140-4- 2 GLOVES IOC Cleaned and Mended. "E"frKifrS3 "TIIB HOUSE OP OPTICAL SERVICE" Eyes always tired, headaches, whole system affected, comfort sacrificed? Have your eyes oxaminod, see mo at once, don't delay. I fit glassoa perfectly, assuring perfect comfort to tho wearer. My prices are reasonably, give me a trial and I will convlnco you. COMB TO LET US PULL AS ONE. S. THIRD ST. .L. N. PEARLMAN'S The purppse of tho Catholic Hierarchy of tho United States In estabo the present nt the Girls' Dormitory. lishing tho National Catholic Council should insnire all our Mrs. Mary Rhodes, of North people with an earnest desire to street, announces the to the full extent of their of her dauehter. Miss Rita programme Rhodes, to Louis, W. Strobol, the ability, in the splendid which tho Bishops havo In view. As marriage ceremony to take place In tho Catholic Telegraph, well says-- Juno. j ... inia u iiu vuiiiiniHi v r cw...Uw., iiuiriiini' iim Mlsg Mary catnorlno Koity en- profoundly religious, and it is well tortained her 500 club Saturday to work immense good to ternoon at her home in Parkland. Church and State. Tho wild theories . The members aro Misses iuaryJMlzaCampbell, Antoinette Simon, of the organization of society, of tho both Katherino Haseelwandor. Margaret prona- Brocar, Evelyn Quire, Gorieva forma of government, of the Katherlne Hamilton, Mary. tion of Industry, and of moral which are causing eo much Catherine Kelty. havoc among the nations of Europe, TEAM DID WELT are contending for Immigration Into country, and it id Burown .beloved From the K. of C. column of the Tenly by a campaign of organization Catholic Telegraph we take the foland education along proper con lowing regarding the Covington exstructive lines that Ave may hop to emplification and the work' of our maintain our liberties and continue l.ou)svihb uagree team: large class "The Initiation of a tetorl! progress, Our jjisnops, j fj,om Newport council' took place eo- hwdors, have our lat Sun(ay at Bishop Carrell Hall, D. Clines brought tred upon suoa a campaign; they col. Thomas up from Leulsvllle hte to are mobllUwg the Catholic foroes ot flraek Wm major degree. It'waa nroMrinr exemplify the B.i thy tao la Northern to do their patriotic duty tor4 a Kentaeky and they simply covered greater and a better and a happier themselves with glory." "Wei-farThirty-fourth Miss Katherino O'Connell, of 219 Woodbine avenuo, has nccpted a civil servlco appointment to Camp Knox and Is making her homo for Dresses, Gloves, Velvets, bilks, Laces, pareL AUTO WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER ALL WORK We Specialize in Ladies' Suits, f SWISS Cleaners and Dyers 617 Fourth Ave. Phone-2207 Ml-h- i Feathers and Men's Wearing Ap f AS NEAR YOU AS YOUR PHONE SOUTH 2. 3 6 2. OR CITY (4444tSit444, FOR YOUR COAL SUPPLY "House of Optical Scrvico" Jowelcr nnd Optician 228 WEST JEFFERSON STREET ... Byrne Speed Coal Co. 315 GUTHRIE STREET. BOTH PHONES 315 T. , MIIIM-- l ..-- m . - DiaMGfltft J QXXAIIY AND s 3r$IfcriOE& ftbt jjaajp-jaaaa- Witch and Jewelry Lcm Meat? J. MORROW, Manager. mttfMt Mi MtHfK. J. J. MoTIGHE, f. MMM. JR., Vict Asst. Mr. Cle-pha- s, con-'du- ct, Far ill. 1 BANXM, Pnt. aid Trm, ! INDERSOIST tlli MONEY'S oh W. Jeffer- St. ne IIP. Sewer BANN0N aai PIPE CO. . br . ....., in u, appn LUMBER CO Broadway ors Snsl andUUtSL UNDER ROOT TRY DE MICHAEL'S SPECIAL HOME MADE ICE CREAM ALL FLAVORS Ceatfaits, Wall Ceilarf, Drala Tile, Vitrified rid, Fire Preefia, Flae Llaia, Fire IrlcB Crate aad teller Tile, Fire Clay, Cklvaey Tepf. OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. WOKKS-Tkirtes- ath laaiii'i Calvert Five, rateat Uiiti Pipe fer Steam A1X LUMBER Wo iJellvcr to Your Home. 1CKI W. KENTUCKY STREET !, ' " Cumb, South 9145 Home' City is58 PHONES CITY S73.1786.1CU MB. a J Krekiariag and MAIN S07, Niata aaa MagMlia. jKKrabtr3iHrtr RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. Wc aim to protcct.our read-er- s by accepting only firms of known responsibility. V. C. RORK. Pmlltnl. HBRBBRT JBNKIN3, C. E. FITZPATRtCK W. D. BAUMQARDNER 41 VICTORY GARAGE SMOKE AUTO REPAIR SHOP RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers o the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find In these colums. We aim to protect our read-t- s by accepting only firms of known responsibility. Se. nd WEST Of fico BROADWAY VULCANIZING INCORPORATED Trui. Day or Night Service Radiators a Specialty SIXTEENTH AND BROADWAY CO. Phone City 4742. Louisville, Ky. TVo-w j JARPY'S Lady Dash 10c Little A. J. 5c MACARONI SPAGHETTI EGG NOODLES GUARANTEED VULCANIZING Homo Phono City 2511 and Workrooms Northeast Corner Seventh and Brondira; IioulnMIof Kentucky SHUXjER axle manueactuiung INCORPORATED company BLUE GRASS GARAGE "THE OLD ARMORY" 535-37-39-- 41 Open. For XSu.six1.0MM Automobile, Motor Truck and Trailer Axles. GENERAL (Incorporated) ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF SOUTH SEVENTH STREET STORAGE 25 CTS. oln. Best Gears Made! HTTTTTVTTTTttttt'ttl't i LOUISVILLE HOME TELEPHONE . PBNDBNNIS Inc. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. COMPANY 1 c JONES AND N STREETS OFFICES & FACTORY Local and Long Distance Phones Parkway 2 South 903 KT". AUTOMOBILES STORED AND WASHED SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THEATER ALL MEN IN CHARGE THE INCORPORATED C EXPERIENCED., LOUISVILLE, Olty ssssssssi SOO-PIIOKB-M- mmvmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmammmimmmmmmimmmmmmvmKmBammWmmmKmi 1040 111 HOOVER I IvOJVO jMaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA CONNECTIONS XIST AJXrOB) We Tailor Your Coat, Suit, Dress or Skirt PLEASING INDIVH)UAX.ITT MEGLEMRY-WARiPhones T. B. 3245, Main or City. YANN D '' .1. IJ.MS .. W ! IIMMI HWIIH I Electric Suction Sweeper IT BEATS AS IT SWEEPS AS IT CLEANS mCORTOKJLTBD COMPANY C03 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUB. DAHtY COMPANY Tafel Electric Co. 230 WEST JEFFERSON City 985 Main 1 134 LUMBER irisjo o. For Your Now Homo BROOK EYES INCORPORATED You'll Never flLuko a Mistake In Ordering Our Jones AND A STS. Plenty-COAL-Pl- enty It Hns tho Quality. & 00. ARTHUR A. WILL BUILDMB Iacorpsra.UA. BO8-01- 0 SOUTH WENZEL Both Phones 42G2 01. CO. "M Ne.r to You i. the Nearest Phone" HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY DIVISION 8. President T. J.' O'Leary. Vice President Thos. W. Killeen. . 8431 M0NTGO3DERY 8TRHOT Some Phone Shawnee 1010 eVebvbodycleaNERs FUNERAL FLOWERS A SPECIAL SPRAY $3.00 A SPECIAL WREATH $5.00 S'r"Gmi&z?r?c' ii . tt J1ILLER&S0N kBktr9 9iBPH sssssssK:sarfH MBBHnaB HDHjnnfl HsSssssklHss! TESTED PITTED BEST glasses JOHN B. O'LEARY XTX AND Sb Headquarters for PROPERTY FARM CONTRACTING PLASTHBBB 8m us about anything la real rent. Brook and Bloom Mtate. Wo aell. buy and 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. City 8SS0 Curab. 8. Some Phone City 4464. 1-- WM. P. BANNON 1 Financial Secrotary John Brod-oric- jyti.or IBICES SEKVICE REASON- ABLE Tradewater Lump Tradewater Nut Recording Secretary John Martin. Treasure: Dan J. Daugherty. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Martin Shee-haVr pnyClmm$SXfofODELIG SUITS MADE n. SEE POOLEY FOR MONHY. Loans to those having regular Incomes or salary, with no publicity r red tape. Loans to housekeepers a their personal security. F. R. POOLEY, Building, Room 1, Courier-Journ410 B. Fourth Street. al THE VERY BEST poo lwrtfcAjynoBKiJ teleKraoh FIowhtr (Cv.rn ORDER 511 SOUTH THIRD ST. TO Trntu Sentinel Thomas Noono. EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS Borne Phone Shawnee 801 HENRY GOSS TRY THE PILL HENRY C HRR LOUIVILCC ve DIVISION 4. InpnriiE Hi Meets second and fourth Monday Bortrand Hall, Sixth street President S. J. McElIiott. Vice President Patrick Connelly. Financial Secrotary ?'. J. Lan-ga- n. Meaney. CORNS,BUNIONS AbMnail Hills Self itMciNy 315 Starka Bnililiafi, Tliirk Floar Fonrth and Walnut PhoaeCity 11SO OR. JOHN P. BECKER Per Ton of 2,000 Pounds Delivered Anywhere. Trading OPT ROM ETRIST. Stamps Free. $5.75 $5.75 Jellico Lump $7.00 West Virginia Lump $7 00 Straight Creek Lump $7.00 FRANKEL COAL CO. THE SIGN OF QUALITY ughTa 741 East 180 CENTUCK5 tAUNDRY OO. (.asorporateA 014-02- PRICES THE Twelfth and Wilson LOWEST City 2010 Sonth 273 Or. Uriah Z. LItse) 7 Recording s Secretary L. D. IVAh Chiropodist Slarka Daildin, Both Pbo.-- e "SOUTHERN Morning" STAB" Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- SLICED BACON 'All Ready for Your Griddlo In the HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. Incorporated DEAD ANIMALS Sentinel John F. Burke. Edward Byrne. M. J. McDermott. 2 Guttering, Spoodag Repaired and Paint. Asphalt Shingles a Specialty 2011 W. Broadway, Lonlsrllle, Kj Hoofing, Tin Roofs GLOBE SECURITY & LOAN OO lnoorporat.0. A. Lazar, Manager SIGHEST CASH PRICE8 PAID Money Advanced on Your Plata Rot' 313 West J.efferson Stre-r- f Call Homo Phone City 721; Cumb. Phono Main 721. (Second Floor) Homo Phone City 2967. LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. tOAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES JNO. P. MORTON & CO INCORPORATED All Kinds of Footwear Whole Family Two HAMBLY'S For the 08th and Portland. 18th and Magazine Established 1820 - Louisville, Ky OFFICE OUTFITTERS Shaw. 1716 City 7164 STATIONERS PRINTER Stores Weekly Savings Club START ONE xeopx.e's psovxozxrr amozatx Incorporated Wh Orranlsed by WtlUcaowa BHCissm to ifak. On Tmraltar AV ana Oths fMU) Property a LOWBIX JU.TSS COLEMAN BUILDINQ El COR. THIRD AND JHTTXaSOBoth Phone. ISM X. THIS HO NTH WITH TH South Fourth Louisville Bank and Central ArCnae. CALL US FOR B. - KIT. yon boys aa 4aotto ttet n zav um Vrvpars XII W. Broadway, wfK Oil and Grease SI; FOR ALL PURPOSES Kentucky Consumers Oil Company Louisville - - - Kentucky ---- JaursM. .: r r elum. JlaialcaL Oonduoted - Prenaratorr .. D.Dartm.nt. Lara. . . .. jbim jw'mming- root, wen mquippea --M. -m by ta. Xavarlaa BcIenUno and a8?!?i Brother Busln. Trmi moderate. m Baajamla. Homo Phone, City 4300 Cumb. Phono, Main 33S0-- Joseph ilubbuch Dealers in Sr. & H.B0SSES0N Son A WALL PAPER AND RUGS FALLS CITY IIALL BLDU.. 1120-112- 8 WEST MARKET ST. Funeral Directors and Embalniers. Telephone 1022 OOO J. BROADWAV WEST MARKET STREET (Repair Your Own Roof JOHN B. RATTERMAN No expeit laboc needed if you use -- Ford's Plastic Cement Phones City or Main 3598 FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 JFord Roofing Products Co I0. Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland Wes 11107a. steo-- i D. L. DirectorBAX and Erabalmer Funeral 717-71- 9 H. CHESTNUT LOUISvTLLll. h THOMAS KEEN AN ..lf:UlVEijLv DIRECTOR.. 1529 WEST MARKET STREET IJ. J. , J XOMK PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 371-- y BARRETT'S SONS i FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. JVTfiln, fmpemm Sflt I $j. i 3&t Passion Sunday morning just as tho solemn tones of tho sanctus f boll rang through St. Catharine of Sienna chapel there was mingled tho notes of They work like a charm. low, plaintive tho nearby tho Salve Reglna from irtflrmary. which told that Sister Ann O'Brien, Every box sold to satisfy an old and revered member of the or your money refunded. Order of St. Dominic, was passing to her eternal .reward. Death did For Sale by Your Druggist not come suddenly to the dear deOn account of age and inceased. packages. in firmities she had been at the mother house for a number of years. Though unable for activo duty she was an edification to all by her spirit of resignation and piety. Even when sight had almost failed she found opportunity to continue the practice of charity, for which she had always been remarkable. Sister "years of age, Ann was eighty-fou- r sixty-eigof which had been spent NORTON BUILDING as a devoted member of St. Catharine of Sienna community, to which N. W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson she gave generously all that was In her keeping, having served tho community In many capacities. She was ono of tho foundresses of St. Louis WW Tfc tt- rf m Bertrand parochial school and Holy v Rosary Academy, and Is stUl held In loving remembrance by tho older members of St. Louis Bertrand parish. Many of tho missions, too, have felt tho Influence of her zeal and charity. Throughout hor long and useful life Sister Ann was always an humble, fervent religious. LarKest Freight Tranafw Or"Whether occupying a position of ganization In Ooulivlll. wanU trust at St. Catharine s or as Supe vour business. Do you know w. bav. from II rior of a mission house, she was ever mindful of the best Interests of to 15 outside clerks located rirht .t the various depots to take car the, community She belonged to tne out sciiooi anu treasured in ner of your wants? We ar. th. heart of hearts the early spirit and and bonded transfer m.a traditions of tho order which she 'or H rllroalt at T.oulsvlll. had imbibed from association with the zealous and heroic founders o St. Catharine's. At S:30 on the morning of Match 21, 1920, she calmly and peacefully fell .asjeep in the Lord and a beautiful death clos ed a beautiful life. May light eterWatch Crystals Pitted 20c nal shine upon her! The chaplain, Watch and Jewelry Repairing Very Rev. J. A. Dempsey, O. P., was celebrant of the funeral mass on Radius Jewelry Shop The Monday mqrnlng, the music of AVE. which was rendered by tho phil108 SOUTH FOURTH osophy Btudents of St. Rose's priory. Next to Rex Theater Then followed the solomn , burial Open Evenings Until 0 P. M. pervlco and all that was mortal of Sister Ann O'Brien was laid to rest In tho llttlo cemetery In tho very shadow of tho chapel where she had so earnestly prepared for death. Sister Ann is survived by a nephew, Meliiplifs, Tenn., Frank Dovino, of great heel Lio who ruhlx'rApply .milcsman, and a number ofMiriam, nieces, auiotlg O. S. D.. at whom Is Sister coniniksloii Iiasl.s. present stationed In Kearney, Neb. SQUEEGEE HEEL CO. THE SARTO LITI2RARV tTiUR. aiil Realty Ruildhig. Members of the Sarto Literary GLVX.V. LAUOR Club, Now Albany, held their March meeting Monday night and were Organized labor has selected for most agreoably entertained at the mer Governor Martin H. Glynn, of homo of Mrs. Edward J. Hackett, Albany, as its candidate for united East Eleventh and Markot street. A subcommittee Tho papers read were Very interestStates Senator. twenty-tw- o representing railroad ing and instructive. crafts, headed by William H, conferred with Gov. Glynn, COLD OMKORT ONLY. , with the result that the delegation was Informed by the former GovernThere is little hope now for tho or that he would accept tho nomina- plan to give a government bonus to tion providing it came from the 'men It Is not because Democratic party. It was then de- they do not deserve It, hut because cided that organized labor would de- the country at the present time can mand the nomination for' United not, in the opinion of tlioso who States Senator for Glynn. Lettere manage government finances, afhave been seat to all the organized ford to pay it. It is calculated labor bodies in the State and to tho that tho bonus which was asked organizations as would necessitate an issue of bonds various women's well, setting forth why Glynn is a to the extent of at least two billions strong candidate. His stand for of dollars. Financial experts deequal suffrage would make him a clare that this would disturb busiformidable opponent to James W, ness seriously and result n higher Wadsworth, Jr., It Is maintained. .prices, which the country can not afford. We believe that the PRIEST GETS MEDAL. have made a good showing for Rev. A. B. Stuber, of St. Peter's their claim Cor extra compensation. church, Canton, Ohio, has been Most of them are much worse off awarded a medal by the American financially than they would be if Jewish Relief Committee for his they had not. been caed Into serservices In the recent campaign vice. It seems unfair that they waged in Canton and Stark county should be penallzet for serving their for $75,000. The money will b ex- country, epelally when large forpended in aidisx the wqr sufferers tunes have bbes made by'prnfttaera In Palestine 'and the Balkan coun- who' tyHl, it home and took ad vantage of var prleea. , It adds to tries. ( On w -25-ce- nt Ltst?t? Pi ti THAT WILL' SISTER ANN O'BRIEN. THE DUNLOP MOTOR COMPANY lire nA.HA yo5ionler yoLCttr for safe keeping. SpTclafB?'...017 0P Mftla 063 SOUTH TKXBD STREET hPec their modern. D rOOf. fitAAm.Ti na v.. aderhill St. Me. Dearborn Uanagor " Best Livestock Market South of the Ohio River Established 18S8 Designs & Estimates Famished LIBERTY BLOW Mechanical Air Engineers Manufacturers and Erectors ot DUST COLLECTING SYSTEM We Make a Specialty ot Pipe J. M. OOO BUCKNER TOBACCONIST WHOLESALB BOURBON STOCK YARD COMPANY Incorporated Q. AI, BIRCH, General Manager PIPE WORKS Work for West Alain Street Louisville. Ky. Johnson and Main Streets LOUISVILLE, KY. HEATING & VENTILATING 644 EAST JEFFERSON ST. LOUISVILLE, KY. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT ' UAKER5T AND CONFECTIONERy ICE CREAM M'F'R'S. Home Phone 2550 NATIONAL HATTERS D. D. S. 325 WEST JEFFERSON STREET DYERS AND CLEANERS CALL FOR AND DELIVER Home Phone, City 1931 Louis 900-90- A. ht H04 Soutlt Soventli Street Phono City 6574 Both C. Kb Broring, DENTIST 1 ones 8241 STARKS BUILDING. - aod Storage Truckiing ivu uuuf OOtTITTHY B6 MEAT MARKET E. BOOB OUR SPECIA1TT SOUTH VIPTW SCHNEIDER'S ... J. SCHNEIDER, JR., Manager Phone Highland 21 LOUISVILLE - - HTOitW" KENTUCKY T. WELSH Hardware, Points, rarnishc.s, Tin, Tile and Slate Roofer Hoof Painting a Specialty Wc Solicit Your latronarc City 07C8 South 2377 WILLIAM SCHMEIDER Preston niul Ormshy 1025 Bardstown Road Both Fbonea 22hE KyV tET US KNOW Local and Ion? distance moving with motor vans. Furniture', packing and shipping. All work guaranteed. Estimates cheerfully furnished frea of chares. A. ABSOI.D Ss BOOT - Botn Vnonss 'c WHEN IT' YOUR, MOVE a AUCTION : BTOBAQS (Incorporated) 435 Wsst Main Strut 00. JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURE MOVING AND PACKING 680 South Twenty-Stxt- k m, dh&wneo 1986 West M)NO DISTANCE HAULING Both Phones 240G Artificial Paper Flowers , and Wreaths St. Joseph Lilies A "SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" AUGUST R. Specialty. 892-- J BAUMER FLORIST Rotli Phones LOUISVILLE, ICY., 10. O O. Phone Shawnee KECTLINGER Adolph Routllngcr A firs. Vanmeter & MASONIC TEMPLE FOURTH AND CHESTNUT s KIRE I N S II H A?; n TORNADO, LLUJELITT 123 SOUTH n NEILL-L- WANTED PLATE GLASS THIRD STREET VIELLE SUPPLY CO. A Mark Sales, Pres. J. O. Jacobs, Sec. and L. GRAUMAN & OO. Incorporated Trt. INCORPORATE ZERR & HOFFMAN F. J HOFFMAN, Mgr MILL AND FACTORY SUPPLIES j Osalers In All Kinds of Offle Store rrtxtares, Softs, CasU Srlters, Show Cases. Ootmtsrw, Shelving, jito; 510 WEST MAXtT STXXET Home Phone, City 1831 -- a'' - VAULT CLEANING .Nil REALTY nUIMHXG Homo Phono, City 2154 NATUROPATH A. LOSE t tet3afii GRAN W. SMITH'S SON , i ' 331 East CUMD. Mm-kf- l Street De-Ma- y, f PHONE, MAIN 2481 Ono wcok of warm weather does away with a slight cold. Hot baths do the eamo with a heavy cold. Hot AL. S. SMITH, PROP. baths (steam or eloctric baths) remove any cold beforo pneumonia or pleurisy, etc., set in. man tho discontent of tho to seo how others have profited by his sacrifices when they have made none. Perhaps if the United States had insisted on the repayment of its loans to Great Rrltain It could now make adequate compensation to Its soldiers without embarrassment. But that seems to bo out of the question now. Nor can anything bo expected of tho 'plan evolved by Congressmar Little to tax into the United States treasury all the war profits of Standard Oil and the steel corporation. This is a visionary schemo that will soon be abandoned. It appears1, eays tho True Voice, that the will have only the consciousness of duty done to Console him tor the sacrifices he has made, In after years this may be the sweetest MMnory ot 'hl life, but Jimt now it affords only cold comfort.'' Funeral Director and 810. Embalmer! J y y BOTH PHONES I SOUTHEAST CORNER5SIXTH AND ZANE STS, . 11 g w-f- n t m e)ot mini n i i t-- 11 mm ii DOUGHERTY I & McELLIOTT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Funeral Cumb. Directors and Embalmers BOTH IPXIOiqrjB?. 299S-- a ; ; 'miOiHliii'imfHfHHnWllHmiMIIUIM'; ,.h t . Mi Hej GffcjMMi; ,- - jfeCKKjtiaoKTsr ' irish AadraxueAar. r iBACONaspH1 INCORPORATED ! I Herman . POUWTH AVCHUt Straus g sons ' wcOfifaATCO " J I MARKET STWtT j ti We Give and Redeem Surety Coupens. PC? What Does It Mean To Me? I the normal Federal income tax and personal property taxes if you are a resident of Kentucky, living in the State. Gas & A PREFERRED PARTNERSHIP in the Louisville to you, Electric Company means a steady, dependable income free of THIS INCOME is a good, substantial rate of return, payable by check every ninety days. No delays, expenses or difficulty of collection. YOU CAN INVEST EITHER FOR CASH OR ON THE PARp TIAL PAYMENT PLAN. Five dollars is enough to open a Interest at 6 per cent, is allowed on payments. account. part-nershl- We i CUy and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. ; FOtf JOVDIP AB0U7 OUR SEE OUR I HOUSEHOLD CLUB PLAN ? A Convenient and Dignified Methoa of Purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred t Easter Offers THEY WILL DELIGHT YOU. Payments. The outstanding features of this method aro lta convenience in making purchases witlfout any considerable outlay of cash. The advantage of buying on the Club Plan during our various sales AT SALE PRICES. Whatever is the price of the goods to a cash or a charge customer, that is also tho price to a Household Club Plan customer. There is positively no advance. There aro no "confidential arrangements." It is conducted upon an open basis with a fixed schedule of rates. The first payments and the monthly payments aro the same to all. LADIES' EASTER SUITS spring modes. A showing of the newest and most distinctive Spring styles in Wool Batiste. Fancy Dress Silk Fabrics in all desirable shades. Hawaiian Cloth and Dress Voyles. All the new models and styles known in Artistic Spring Millinery Women's Fine Footweur in all the latest styles. Spring sale of Men's Light-weigUnion' Suits. ht t SURBTY COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS ' The Greatest Time To Save to the average man or woman as today. A dollar saved now will be worth two dollars in all probability when you most need financial independence. TAKE A FEW OF THESE FIFTY-CENDOLLARS AND IN A SOUND INVESTMENT SECURITY. The time PUT THEM will come when normal conditions will be restored and the dollar e buying power. Then your investment will regain its and the income it will bring you will be worth much more than now and your foresight will be well repaid. T old-tim- Men's Silk Shirts In an endless variety and offered at popular prices, Both Phones 1323 f Save Your Heirs This When willed property, held by an jj executor pending settlement, is lost " or stolen through his carelessness, tke law holds the executor respon- - ; sible. Even though the executor makes good his loss, delays and o possible hardships t heirs will ;; I NEVER IN YOUR LIFE have saving and sound investing meant Auto Delivery JOHN M. MULLOY 212 WBST aiAllKET STItEET. HIGH GRADE COFFEE bka alrr Jtj BHPkHfiB Risk result. I his .. . for the custody of willed valuables and securities are a protection in themselves. The assets of every estate are kept separate from each other and separate from the assets of the bank. .. . company s saieiy ihcmuim 5. . Baking Powder Extract, par tube Plo Filling Eg s Mitt (20 eggs for 25) Coffeolb Tea, lb Coco, lb , 40c to COe 80c to $1.25 40o 30c to OOo ,...,.. 30 25o ' 2Go Call at Our Investment Department or Obtain Full Information by Mailing the Coupon, INVESTMENT DEPARTMENT INQUIRY COUPON. 1920. LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. More than 45,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with & total deposit of moro than $12,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by the people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. Fidelity and Columbia Trust Co. Columbia Building UNDER THE BIG CLOCK CANDIES MARKET AT SECOND SODAS hourth and Main. The Oldest Trust Company in the South. Louisville Gas & Satisfaction In Eyeglasses Every pair of Glasses tbat we furnish so thoroughly satisfies the wearer that he recomends our service to his friends. We guarantee complete satisfaction. Superior Deep Curve Lenses, with any mounting in stock, $4.00 case and cord complete 70c Extra Small SheUtex Rims We fill your oculist's prescription or duplicate your old lenses. No charge for examination. 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 ." JEFFERSON SWEET SHOP (TI10 House of Mirrors) JEFFERSON THEATER BUILDING AMERICAN CIGARS CUT-RAT- t f West Chestnut Street. & COMPANY, E TOBACCO STORES TOBACCOS INCORPORATED H. M. BYLLESBY Fiscal Agents. SSSSSSMMI Thirty-secon- r RECENT DEATHS. Funeral services for William J. years old, iron Lockner, forty-on- o molder, who died in Detroit, were held Saturday from St. Louis church. He was a natlvo of Louisville, but left hero about three months ago. Bcr-tra- COMING EVENTS. NECKTIES nd 'SJxmi&Am. LouisrUlmJ DON'T FORGET THAT Gray -IS 1, Von Allmen xNoeareajL' Funoral services for Mrs. Margaret' Mclntyre, fifty years old, who died at her home, 802 South Fourth street, were held Monday morning from the Cathedral of tho Assumption. She was the widow of Samuel Mclntyre and is survived by one sister. 10c Cleaned and Fretted. April 5, G, 7 Vaudeville and mind strel in Holy Cross Hall, and Broadway. May 13. Moonlight excursion of Columbia Athletic Club, on steamer Island Queen. HAD GREAT RUN. 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. 1 Men's 2 Piece Suits, $1.50 Suits Pressed. Only 50c Men's 3 Piece Suits, $1.75 Neckties 10c each, 3 for 25c Years. SWISS Cleaners and Dyert 617 Fourth Ave. Phone 2207 Phone City 271G Sanitary Milk Co. THE t$ ? The funeral of Frank Kunzlcr, aged fifty, who passed away after an illness of only two weeks, was held Monday morning from St. Elizabeth's church. Ho is survived by his widow, Mrs. Amelia Kunzler, Home three sons, four daughters and four sisters. The funeral of Charles M. Itihn, thirty years old, a popular member of Mackin Council and faithful communicant of St. Patrick's church, took place Monday morning. Besides his mother, Mrs. Hannah Itihn,' 1803 West Main street, ho Is survived by two sisters, Misses Anna and Florence Itihn, and two brothers, James and William Rihn, Leo "The Eternal Light," tho wonderful drama of Our Lord's life, pictured with a realism that enthralls and holds one spellbound, which has drawn crowded houses every night this week, will be given Its last presentation tomorrow night. This pro duction is one that every Christian will witness with emotions of real appreciation. It is being exhibited at St. Xavier College gymnasium. SIACKEf COUNCIL. WE ARE RESPONSIBLE Established Over Twenty-fiv- e Puis Cleaning' and Dyeing Co. Both Phones 2635. We Call For and Deliver. "YOU'LL 421 W. Chestnut St. HOME OF PURE MILK R. BAUDE JEWELER ASK YOUR GROCERS," Diamonds, Watchet, Clocks, Silverware, Etc. Fine Watch Repairing and Adjusting. 306 W. MARKET STREET LOUISVILLE. ICY. We Buy, Sell And Quote All Issues Of H. Stallman, twenty-thre- e years old, died Saturday at his homo, 1621 Garland avenue. He is Burvived by" his widow, Mrs. Pearl Stallman; a' son, his parents, two brothers, Theodore and. William Mrs. This Furnace will last longer, give more beat and bum Stallman, and three sisters, Mrs. less fuel than any furnace made, and we have thirty years' John Kiefer, Mrs. T. Wolf and were F. Broiling. Funeral services experience to prove it. held Monday morning at St Peter's MONCRIEF FURNACES hot air iMJifcKrA.o:e A Five-Year WORLD BEST ucrj PAY LATER. . wmr Jiono wnii BUY NOW. Guaranteed and .Free Service church. ,i.mvvi. HONORS FATHER CRONIN. LIBERTY BONDS I J table presenting a most edifying sight. The special musical programme rendered by tho choir made the occasion all tho more Rev. impressive and inspiring. Father Fallon, chaplain of Mackin Council, celebrated the mass, and his words of congratulation 'and ap proval were a source of great en couragement to all present. Easter Monday evening tho Social Club will givo an entertainment and Invites Its friends to an enjoyable affair. On Sunday, April 11, a large number of young men will be received Into membership in Mackin, and the degree team will endeavor to make it Impressive and the success of the year. By the death of Charles Itihn the Council lost a most valued member, and to tho bereaved family la extended heartfelt sympathy. YOUR OWN COAL. Last Sunday morning members of Mackin Council, Y. M. I., made their annual Easter communion at St. Cecilia's church, the large body of men approaching tho holy "jJJrgyJWH Incorporated WHILE" Standard Dairy Lunch House THE HOUSE OF QUALITY AND QUANTITY Variety of Hot Dishes, PMtry, Home Made Pies, Cakes, Meats SIB SOUTH FIFTH Im Middle of Sqmare PRICKS REASONABLE BXOBLLENI844OOFFBB STRBBT SOUTH FOURTH STItEET T Near Broadway PROMPT SKKVIOB X $ MONCRIEF FURNACE CO. INCORPORATED. 531 WEST MARKET STREET. We manufacture everything in warm air heating and sell direct to you. o2 1 uaty boo'i - BAftVEY-JELLIC- O (IXCOWORA' COAL CO. .0 Responding to the invitation of the Louisville Times tbat parochial school pupils enter contests for medals offered by that paper, also that somo one be designated to direct the Right activities in these schools. Rev. Bishop O'Donaghue wrote the following to tho Times: "I would respectfully suggest the name of tho Very Rev. J. P. Cronln, V. G as a suitable person to to tho offico you mention. He has" been for many years a resident of this city and Is well known ana highly respected by all who know him." ap-noi- nt I In Any Denomination ur Amount. BUILDING LUMBER Sixteenth and Maple. Both Phones. BMBKtY IUMBBR CO. I Wakefield 118 & Co. i South Fifth Street. City 601 Main IOO East Market street. Dr. Lose relies upon the most natural methods of doctoring for a cure, and, so wonr derful has been the result of his treatment that he has never lost a case of influenza, has been most successful in curing colds and coughs and has built up an eavlable professional reputation by his ability, his skill and his devotion to the sick and suffering. If you have tried other method of treatment without rewrite see Dr. Lose and- - W that he can help you. eon-vino- ed '.Tk Company With the CmI nd the Service. CAN HELP YOU. Sensible people have now arrived Famous Blaek Joe Lnnp Coal from Eastera Kestmoky. 97.M at tho conclusion that the simpler per to at yards. the treatment in medicine the betMr to doiivorod; Iu a word, at Fifteenth ad KacaeHa. Tardlat Fir and A. ter tor tothe patient.Is the slogan of YM loael nature" "back Btroote. F the prayreeelT physlelan of the day, Yard ad Blataiar. F one of whom te Dr. A. Loie, of 334 Both Mhnmm at All Yard. Tho opportunity to lnvestin the Coal Comstock of tho Vinson-Kol- b pany should appeal to every progressive citizen who desires to place his money in somo sure, reliable and prosperous business. This company Is a Kentucky corporation with a capital stock of $26,000, divided into 2,500 shares, par value $10 each. By investing In the company stockholders get their coal at cost with an additional 100 per cent, in cash. Tho company owns a lease of over 100 acrea of splendid coal land, lying right along the track of the L. & N. railroad and. eo situated that the location is ideal for tipple and siding. This coal is the best Eastern Kentucky product, and all who contemplate purchasing stock are free to inspect the lease, see the coal and make all investigations necessary. The officers of the cor poration are men widely kbowh and respected, whose ability and judg-UlCUb l 9 Ut4UOVVMa 1 Where the QuicK Meal Comes In Where tke brightest ; Where (he lightest; Where the kome work mttd fa Is fci Where work is doae; Where eooklc real Where baklag gt HgM; fu; Where, the raBge stands the test That's where Qmlak "Quick Meal" eocaes the Where drudge la sight That's where "Qalck Meal" Meal Gaa sr2r?uri?r x lutHitU, Iatale4 aa i-Fvrn, UC" cni i ft Highly K W. MARKET ST. 21s I