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PHOHE: HOME OR MAW Every Driver aa Hcorl Loilnilli Taskak TriMler C Incorporated t VOLUME XLIV.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, APRJL 3, 1920. near 'Mayor Smith fad wore going 'tt do, and all of tho dreams went upj In smoke. This Louisville had the wo do know: this admlnlsl-tratlo- PRICE FIVE CENTS. n IRELAND K. OP C. prize Keystone poWft department, a "hick" fire department and the dirt iest streets and allays Jn the coun Haw X orricfai PoH.y Regarding iry to say, aro try. These latter, Darkest Hour, Says Cardinal IiOgue, Lreal "facts. not dreams, either, hn Removal of Dead From "Keystone po- Speaking about of Ireland, In Latest France. lice force. Its fam 'ii- - still, travel- Interview. Ing, and the follow Mfifr foVnn frnm to ' tho Now York Wo Hie: "Chief the crime wave In an extra force Petty has employ Kiir!iI Will Have N plll)nc I)pvo to curb tho deDred! ions of yeggs Confusion, Disorder ami Restraint For Lafnjetlo Statue and highwaymen, fcAihas Iind little of Liberty Cnuses of success. Bank jobbers are operatFund. , Erin's Troubles. ing on a largo scile. Since tho first of the yeaT yeggs, believed to be operating out Of t Louisville, have CVoi-risuccessfully blowiuscven safes (ten Caipcnelei- AVHI Officiate at now) and gotten fAn way with thouHomes Raided by English Soldiers New A'ork Indoor Athletic sands of dollars. ''JAU efforts of poand Children Tortured lice land detective to learn identiMeet. ties of the operators have failed. Into Confessions. (Read this part and laugh): "It Is an unusual condition, inexplicais overble and the department lKOM,K OF FRANCE THRILLED. worked," said Chi,Petty. Can you by savord. Ireland beat that? TheStflepartment overOur Chief might have worked." added that he'hai a, force of KeyRecent generous and stone police, composed principally of "oh.'m-"liCardinal Logue, Ariclibishop of "yap" anotormen land conductors, s th? ,Knlg"ts of of All IreArmangli and Primate of soldiers finding their that have a hardprne whoso bodies had been land, In the following statement way to and (from- - the police back from abroad has which theyratll "barn." created the The declares ithat Ireland is at her darkImpression In many minds says: I glit report there was no that Chief an est hour. Ho "aS "n,lerten to tils world do "Tho grand alms of the conviction in thof Mueller murder wWnVm sort nni1 has special ONLY 'STONES UNTOUCHED IN FAMOUS YPRES CLOTH HALL. CHILDREN PAY HOMAGE AT GRAVE OF COL. ROOSEVELT. TnnKu, ,th,B. conflict case, the Schott 3'inurder case, War, meant to justify the es for ,l' as we" ns the power great American In the cemetery Schaffner shooting the Hickman the for of right asLittle Americans at the grave of tho the substitution Tho only section of the famous Cloth Hull of Ypres loft Intact. It to Influence the Government might and the defense of weak na- at Oyster Bay. Every day little ch lldren and grown ups also visit Col. sault, and .inanyj' wonder why the is In the basement of the High Tower dating back to tho eleventh cen" ,,ndlvWual cases.totake The tions when put to the 'test as- Roosevelt's gravo and peer through the high Iron fence at the mound Chief's press agent says that "the tury. A remarkablo picturesque study of the ruin. Knights that this Impression sumed the reality and conistency of which covers tho body of tho for mer President. shooting of the Keith girl on tho be removed, for it Is a Had tho Pope's a mere dream. street car Is a, mystery to tho poSteadfast Prince," from the count- pno. The Supremo Secretary. wise counsel ibeen adopted it would rifled and tortured Into a confeslice." Why single out this case) J. McGInley. hn8 less graves in the city of the dead, for all, but neither sion of their supposed knowledge of have been better when all of tliojnbore have been fo the everlasting homes of the re- that they havo no official policy re- could check tho Pope nor Presldbnt mysteries as far js the Kcystoners havj been raided at ren,ovaI of il crime. deemed souls In the city lighted by ??n,l,inB intrigues, counteract tho wiles nor all hoursHouses we concerned. 0 from France, and are for tSod's countenance. The great diplomatists. pers, generallyconcealed arms or padefeat the alms of After much press agent work on no result whatpoets aro loath to part company the matter as a whole with Hence, though the leading com- ever. Fairs and markets have bethe part of .the jLoulsvIlle Herald with their heroes when fate over- ntPtinn Government f0- aeclslon and batants have patched up an un- come Illegal assemblies oven in and the warning jhat if you didn't many "'stances, how-f- n on them. Theso heroic souls, tho J, peace, the The Mossaae of the Resurrection takes say, stable and uncertain poets places where, as In Portumna, ltcapiii Their Deserts for Toadying hurry up with your two beans, the havo been able "shall come again to rule Ohesley Club banquet for young and world still groans under a crushing there was no crime. AVHh the A'lsion of Savage senonce more." For they are not dead, ',aients Just whore to tho Negro RepubUnhappily, we In Pri011, f?r sons load of misery. aspiring white Republicans seems to or rather being dead, "they still aro hurled, and been inflicted for tences have th?lr Immortality. And this evil legacy of tho war exhave gotten off on the wrong foot. lican A'oteit.. them thg We aro harried and live." Hence we find that tho Il- havo erting its Influence hero in Ireland. trivial offenses. one reason only, beand It Is rumored that Chesley lustrious heroes, especially those Information. "Beyond that," he . "Not within living memory I pilloried for majority of the peoSearcy, whom the club Is named distinguished for Arvast as In tho w? c1? not B0say within the history of the cause the dared rto assert for their might after, Is going to protest against of Table, Beowulf, cases of the sailor, James T. Dogma That Gave Inspiration to the thur hero the RoundOld English epic, Devers. of Chicncn. past can wo find in Ireland ple have recent n,l di....' the of the principle which has .WW Mat in- Smith Comes Back to the use of his namo by the Jonah land such calamitous conditions as ex- nativedinned the their ears for the organization. To begin with, the Emperor Frederic Barbarossa, and Dana Dyer, of Massachusetts, wo Greatest Minds of All repression on been Ave yearsIntonamely, of AVith a Dream Town ist at present. .Drastic Vice President and most of the En even Hiawatha, the benefactor of irauy io ne or service whenthe right of Time. one side, retaliation on the other; past nations to be free, If they tertainment Committee of tho Ches tho American Indians, nre not dead, ever and wherever wo can." Tho Railway Improvement. se- small a military regime rivalling In ley Club were raided and draKgeJ but they will come once again to position taken by tho Knights of from tho empires to which verity oven that of countries under wish, aro unwillingly bound a prinIn tho patroljiwagon like common lead their 'people to light and Columbus Is right and wise, as wel they the most pitiless autocratic gov- ciple the enforcement of which, wo rnen Toastmnster blessed peace and immortal glory. as helpful. They have not, as an , n New Pledge Without Christ, without tho resur- organization, participated ernment, vindictive sentences out of are told, was worth a world war." In tho Chesley Club Followed By n Robert Lucas 'made s the mistake of Ker Kaster Mom The all proportion to the alleged transgentlemen sneering at thcihlgh-clasrection of Christ. Dante could not controversy in regard to Hie final That Christ Liveth and disposition of the AmoricanoIdIers gression, letters do catchet, or arhave written his "Dlvlna Comedla," juEt selected togcomprlse the Demo Jonah That Brings Trouble j. DiuscoLL. Uelgneth. bitrary anests, more frequent than nor Caldoron his cratic Committee, this causing much "Steadfast who died abroad or brought"' to Quintette. to bear either way on the France: dein Prince," nor Goethe his "Faust." comment, .sonte friend or Bob's After a lingering Illness of five A natural lnferenceSls portations such as raised a wild cry What the boldest Imagination of Government. ought to. Up hint ofl that old chest of reprobation against the Germans months, in which he bore tills sufthe most gifted poet could only that the Knights, as they are not 1905 nut talk about the wicked ferings and trials with Christian the movement to bring'1' when in military occupation of election workers? Many of tho 1905 TIIK LAND OF TIIK HKRKAKTKH. dimly conceive, this Christ, the joining a in general fortitude, Jerry risen Lord, has made a certainty by about these and similar acts of Tuesday morning Jj 5 Driscoll died CUES NOW TO THE RESCUE. election workers aro dead and gone, disinterment, do o'clock. In at not favor it. That Is what would exto create power cannot fall his resunectlon and ascension. Dq but of those left nineteen are drawexpected from those who know that long Illness ho battled with What Is tho "Divine Comedy" com- as asperation, recklessness, despair and ing salaries as' employes of tho city gameness for his much as they do about pared general disorder. On the other side characteristic Never before In the history of the Christ to the true resilrrectlon of majority of the survivors ot how ex-a ' l" -? only succumbed to the The toadying to the negro Reto ovorlastlng glory? retaliation, lawlessness and crime, life, and tho It Is peditionary forces Reaper when utterly race have sp many porsons been but the stammering and tho halting publican voters by Gov. Morrow and " "' "" SET " LW 5 reel and express such, aa any. man guided by God's f Grim themselves when this subject Isdhv 31r. Driscoll was travel'. striving to 'communicate with their speech or tho child. What Is Raphreprobate. i egret and law must PUStUi?0dh,"L,1rlerS John Jacobs, jl meat Inspector In a and "Transfiguration of Christ," The dead And I am certain that they are re- ing claim agent for the Henderson JV Safety, and ifler the Itoani ?,' of the negro, Grant Smith,', ratl.olniau orToin ', utIcr. Coun- - dead,"that to lift for thomoment the ael's richly colored canvas, compared cussed well their presence. are. There sleep of Trinity lynching hereafter this conceals where they gretted and reprobated by tho great Route, and a member Society Tho veil Investigators with the true joy of heaven?" AVhat their graves will be carefully guardand taken from the Paris jail ran be dh , body of our Catholic people, what- Council, Holy Name club promotorg hurt from our ken. Honest both Is Wagner's Xavler's crafty music ed and worthily honored, and more nr,,n ninrfl alsoRonh- - and devoting tricksters have "spirit- compared to the harmonies of ever may be, otherwise, their po- former President of St. business, charged to Morrow's action n the Hin to In Alumni Association. Lockott case, and tho following ,lcan the could not bo done for them hero litical views. It would bo an in- social when tn announccd been research."themselves former may and fraternal life Jerry Dris- xrwu a AVhat all tho passing istic i ,feCoi;es of inquiries the iiowwuinji justice to tax a whole people, who tliero would be no tips, and tho have been guided Thelegitimate mo- city eternal? transitory splendor of of Columbus havo announcby coll made a host of friends, and liiuuaiury: beauty and have been habitually peaceful, irnlrnra wrto marl to start with We wish to congratulate the when they found out that none of tives; tho latter cruelly played upon earth, when estimated "Mtb specie ed that they had no connection and strictly observant of the that they remained true Is eviholy Instincts of human noternltatls" from the standpoint whatever with the drlvo being made Divine precepts, with the acts of a denced by tho many inquiries dur- people of the good county of Flem the prominent politicians one of tho colored of tho glory that passeth not away, tor money to present a statue to , w.h nature reverence for the dead. hot- ing his illness and the loving tributes Ing upon the record they have made Wnll1J', hn n few irresponsible, desperate r..ATlt Franco The K. of C. And yet, to the devout believer of that Joy which no The funeral took lor themselves as good and law- - lh , heads, probably the emissaries or at his death. Wto Republican brothers, in Christ's glorious resurrection heard, no eye hath seen ear hath Lafayette Is being financed statue of promised by memplace from residence, 734 abiding citizens. tho The Hamilton H secret societies. dupes of Bark wn0 uged t0 hobnob from the tomb, all these to the lowliest follower of Christ, bers of tho organization. street, law, passed a fow days ago by the Thirty - fourth AVhllo "No doubt all our people suffer South much 0rcen club "scientific proofs" of survival after the Saviour? The resurrection of tho K. of C. will welcome outside lth th(J old M acutely, from the confusion, disor- Wednesday morning at 9:30 and at Leglnslature provides that brutes attacked his former death are practically devoid of Christ therefore Is ono of the most contributions to tho statue they Holy Cross church at G1'adbto der and restraint of liberty which A solemn high mass was 10 o'clock. guilty of such horrible offenses shall && Honry didn't meaning. For he has tho infallible epochal moments of world history. will glyo to Mctz at a cost of more offered for bo hanged in tho county where tho 4U h)s but these pervades tho country; fonmor "bone" of having word of God, teaching us that thero Wo need pot vuin speculation nor than $50,000, they do not Intend trials should bo borne In a Christian tho Tepose of his soul awith the offense was committed. Tills law & Moso Green Club and Major is n future life, and "a resurrec-lio- n mechanical means to convince us of to have any drive at any tlmo on brother spirit, with patience and resignation Rev. Daniel A. Driscoll, f?1,yi fight Hughes at the from the dead." Hence he can the existence of the land of the tho general public for this fund. In. aplrlt-a- nd of the deceased, as celebrant. Rev. both letter aid to the Divine will. Our forefathers Ono of the first things Georgo whn ,t ywas the sullivan-KUrsay with the samo assurance as hereafter. Evory Easter morn is a Timonoy as deacon. Rev. C. again we say that the pod people fi have been subjected to even sharper F. J. as recortl fln0WSi ht Job: "For I know that my Redeem- new pledge that "Christ liveth, Carpentlor did on arriving at tho Rev. John of our neighboring county are to be bB Brey and trials in the past, but by keeping day I shall Christ relgneth," and that thoso trench lino dock on tho linor t tneTeal sad part of the and upon the ready and , ey Iub aiTalr and ibe part that er liveth, of the In the last Savolo was to signify his Intention Within tho bounds of God's laws, D. Fallon as master of ceremonies. who trust in Him shall not bo earth." rise out conexercises were , cheerful acquiescence In tho Law of cherishing their holy faith and sup- The funeral oyor tho ,,n. ?.f. ,sam'lnK t American 'education. and It is no mere coincidence that Michael S. Hogan, Knights of Coported by the aids of their holy ducted by tho Rev. Bishop D. the Land. And those .members of waa tbo of all times O'Donaghue, and the following a certain element who have an PreldenJ Tom Filben. 0uit that Vice the greatest singers their best works haveoutlived them. lumbus supervisor, met Carpentlor religion they IRELAND FURIOUS. Bert Baker, have developed In on on tho ship and registered him prominent lift tho Wo should never forget that, how- cleargymen were Oronin, the altar: ded. since the .horrible occurrence gt Very Rev. J. P. Vicar Gen- in Lexlngiton, that they could com- -, leadeMsheehnn qand other Club had themes which momentarily and thus The Lloyd George coalition gov- - student ot tho K. of C. school as a ever oppressive and intolerable our syschesley or veil hiding the hereafter Very Rev. J. A. Heenan, mlt any crimeno matter how another backward tem for former service mon. grievances may appear, they could eral; b toeir ovrn pet afford a vision of immortality. The eminent took Rev. Martin O'Connor, Rev. Fran- horrible being fully protected by been Jocked nv, k inir gavo Information for tiro ?!' ivcuuusuujr jviioh uio new v n inspired poet Dante, tho most eio- ,i not justify crimes which are in con- cis O'Connor, Rev. Frank J. Mar- Eddie Morrow, know now that irQt filling of the card, selecting Engflict with God's law. He has safe! pollcenmn wouid have been bad nuent interpreter of man's longing Irish homo rule bUl passed dts sectin, Rev. J. AVIllett, Rev. M. they have another think coming It guarded the sanctity of human life chesley life, owes his world- - ond reading by a vote of 348 to 94. lish as his course. He gave his yeara Rev. J. Smith, Rev, W. J. is well, too, that they realize that cnouh. A few ,n tllQ back ond of tor immortal a work which pierpes o profession The opposition votes were as pugilism, and under by his Fifth Commandment and the goar went oat wide famo to south upon such questions as these tho th Elehtll and. Ninth wards and rights of property by nis sevenun. Cummins. bournes o( sense and time and Jlned to tho Nationalists, Laborites tho head of "employer" stated Ta Je yme2' f "American public." Kerrs and Bullocks In no ,ected However we may suffer for the Bakor lifts our vision to the eternal throno and former Piemler Asquith's Tom F)lben( nert Carpentlor Rev. Father Brey, pastor of Holy way represent the feeling of tho gtQVe in n present wo may console ourselves Parssifnl. the youthful shchan. alias DeSpain; Joe ot God. poem by tho greatest of hero lowers. byTho division followed a three K. of narticin.iteii exhibitions C. boxing Ken- tho speech Piemler Lloyd Georgo by tho conviction that .this state of Cross church, delivered tho ser people of true and tho iCoieman and James Red Halllnan as for tho A. E. F. In Franco and the ,,, nf vnunB- .iriRii Renuh- things can not last. , It can not mon and paid a strong tribute to tucinans, we sua run true to court singers of Gnr- - tended largely for American Ideal the end this . through h trm stand the light of modern public Mr. Drlscoll's religious devotion dltlon and form." thm. vhin quest goes quest of life on an Grail, sumption. Toward by fierco Inter Knights, by way of reciprocity, will give him Tree tuition in English at Bpeech was broken Thus ;Howdy EdK" and tlie Re- - M, ' n Mnvnr ma inrtPd honors the Holy opinion. the Force can not bo a sub- and the noble and exemplary' lifo he comFather Brey also publican leaders, In catering to the and ,0 wre showord on his file symbol ot tho Immortal longing ruptlons from Nationalists and La their schools throughout the counstitute for good government. It has led. try. Carpentlor also accepted tho voters, are reaping as they vorItea and Ches glowingly In the heart of men for the blessed por leaders. railed, more than once, even in the mented on the true love that exInvitation, tendered by Suporvlor The Premier taunted Irishmen Hogan, and the same situation Is be- - dlcted Ulat he ATOuld soon have a vision of God in the eternal homememtnory of the present generation, isted between the deceased, his par-tnto officiate and his own little family. The coming more anu more uppaieui jh dandy worklng combination tho Involving in its failure the political the land. Even Goethe, a singer who witl making "an artificial attempt of C. Indoor athleticat meet great K. ' to be If the pre- speaker also referred to his happy Louisville every day. The instruo Jun,r 0rdeT 0ld Glory boys (who had practically brokon with tho to revive the old Irish language, held In tho Twenty-secon- d doom of its advocates. wad granted because tlons to the police not to molest or world-vieforced to and the authorities put up names Regiment , diction of Gen. Smuts Is not to bo death, which C&1 th6 flag jn peaco times), the Christian theme of his was and Armory on April 10. and Carpentier life on the street corners In Irish verified, England shall sooner or of his. faithfulness to his God (Mrs. disturb the negroes and the utter in- - rrIah hovs and laat but not leaat seek tho his wife, "Faust" in tho Christian towns to tho confusion of every said that attho people of Franco were and lbo later And It 'to her Interest to com- his church. Besides Driscoll, he is competency of our n G. O. P. workers. Evejy- thrilled the announcement that teaching concerning tho futuro life. honest man." His supporters roared oonductor polico have encouraged mit the destinies of this country to Margaret Hennessy Bert his the idle, vicious and gambling no- - n.llPro TonunyQjpjibon,qumtette Baker For aftor tho unfortunate Faust had with laughter, but the Nationalists tho K. of C. would present a statue soma enllchtened statesman, whe survived by four little girls; went ;md lhe ,.est tbe of Lafayette to .Metz In August. riot of fiercely resented the sally. They will rely more on Justice and good parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dris- groes to such an extent that they h AV,ui,i be pointed out as "there lived through a tumultuous sensual Indulgence In the first part charged the Premier with jeering at richt-ha- nd government than on mere political coll; three brothers, Rev. Daniel A. are becoming miore and more ob- Se,u.cy'8 Qhcs. AFTKR FIA'E YEARfJ. finding the Irish nationaliay. A few minutes m&- t strategy and exigencies of t party. Driscoll, Brother Ambrose, of the noxious dally, ime anu around electlbn time ot tho poem, without Goethe lator Lloyd Georgo fell foul with He will, devise remedies which will Xaverian Brothers, and IFrank J. chine, realize that the uttor failure the quintet would bo out in the al-- peace for which ho craved, First Lieut. Frank J. Hlggins. soul the Scotchmen in tho House when temptation-tosseDriscoll, and two sisters, Miss Kath-erln- e ad- - , allows that near Mayor Smith's Joke strike at tho root of tho disease, not son of and byiwaya dragging the AVe Mrs. Driscoll and Sister Mary Benewith its trail of graft ni0VinE or reluctant colored voters to find rest In tho hereafter. Her- he said Scotland would gratefully HIggins.,Mr. andSouth AVIlliam M. quack medicines by which it would 732 quarrel wttn me dict, of tho Sisters of Olercy. like and gambling scandals, nas driven . f1l !! be exaggerated and intensified. rcvohoriv tnnk it for may perhaps for passing his hero receive a measureuproar that offered Btreet, Is home to enter civil life, to Ireland. New ensued, and after five years' away the support of tho white vot- - granted that on account of tholr man poet "I believe tho last thing ho would eternal leading AIMnilATi BENSON. era. To offset this, the machine is close connection with Boss Ches through tho gates peace, without amid tho howls Adamson, the Labor loung Higglns service In tho army. is a partition which thjhk of was a member of planning to have a solid black vote n.nt r ni icaaer, got up 10 aeny me prewould perpetuate the Jealousies, tfinw iw pnnlri An to M. n tnn1rt fPltA. tMatmrr rt nnn FAVtn i. .mnn .n previous contrition and repentenco mier's words, but Lloyd Georgo re- tho old First Kentucky and saw' mc wuuo and unjust disw.ct vu..4.,vuj ui vuiuiiiuiih u.v"" ui in tll uj uiui o kiu rivalries, dissensions lo.yuu yroni in the eyes or tno gross sin and depravity. But torted with some sharp words about service on the Mexican border un- William Shepherd Benson, this year, and estimates no trouble i crimination which for centuries Seeinc the proud position oc- - for mucu is cm m tne ureat Avar was declared. rtins "". Ireland, It Chairman of tho United States niuru mo icixxu vi uo l? and Scotland have been ithe bano of cupied by Tommy, Jiert ana ine of tho devout Chris- - ho'"" Edward Carson's speech was Sent to Camp Shelby, ho was comdevising Shipping Board, the decoration of law, thanks to Lieut, Gov. Ballard. rAHt omo vounE: Democrats were ent world-vieSir is vsaln o spend time in missioned and transferred to the Han must have lmpressea jiim pow- remarkable principally because of Thirty-eight- h settlements which settle nothing, tho Order of St. Gregory the Great, With a hordo of negroes voting nd mfty noseiblv have cone erfully. Otherwlso ho could not his of which Qie has been made a solidly and the negro thugs and oyer to tne jand 0f pienty definite assertion that the companied t& division, which he acmerely staving off difficulties till taken thence the elements for France. AVhen the crooks voting early and pIed by ches' quintet. But what a havofinal scenes of that poem, whlcb crimes recently committed In Ire- A. E. F.- forces were Catherine discontent furnishes a Knight of the Grand Croes by Pope reorganized machine will fall wa8 there, my countrymon, and thosaid to contain his principal mes- land were tho work of men from he was assigned to fresh pretext for the periodical re- Benedict XV., will take place In the often, the Is America. The Ulster leader said vision, with which tho Fourth diawakenlng there was sage to the century. turn of the reign of violence and Baltimore Cathedral on Sunday, tell the white voters df Louisville wnat a he served in April 11. Admiral Benson Is tho and Jefferson county to "go to." emphasis: Franco unmistakable rODTHSdOU " King." Ten- with quintet was hauled on a when the In tho "Idyls of the and Germany until ite return Back to town came our near common Saturday night, In a "There has been a long and tragic to Camp Dodge Rev. Dr. O'Doherty. Bishop of first American to receive tho highnyson allows the last fall, with anothor beautiful dream mon patrol wagon, and will appear hornJn ruler to donart not to a place huo and cry about crime in Ire- tendered his resignation where he Clonfert, adds to the Cardinal's est degree of knighthood in the in , military division of tho Order of about what ho and his adminletra- - i The assassinations are not March. Ho brings With early citafollowing: Pnilr.o noiirt this ot transitory bliss, but because the land. statement tho ,inP hkn Cardinal tion are going to revolutionize the mornmg to answer to the charge of king "ever wore the white flower the work of my countrymen but tions )We are subjected to a regime of St. Gregory the Greait, and letters of commendation that of men from America who from his division officers for solmilitarism for which history can Gibbons will officiate at the cere street car system Increased fares mn,mnn fomhHne. The saddest nart ot a blameless life" ho departs come over to Ireland to carry on tho dierly bearing y scarcedy find a parallel. It is new mony of Investiture. It Is expected. for the company, better cars and of alj waB at Cheeley Searcy, tho "To the of Avillon; and military ef frankly and openly a regime of that in addition to several members transfers for the public, nicer time foster father dt tho, Eighth and Where falls not hall, or rain, or any propaganda going on In America, ficiency while with tho A. Twinnln novir E. F. on,! ..nhlMi ,!1ir and ior uio employee, ana an iaci a Ninth ward quintet, was in bomb and bayonet and the most of the Catholic hierarchy Bnow, r dignitaries, there trouble to an- - "1fr,en home, giving him a hearty of Arcadia for everyone. Just vana j,ut an S. O. S. has been Nor over wind blows loudly; but It take tho slightest modern engines of war. There Is numerous leseer many welcome of Admiral befote Smithy rwont on his last jaunt aent out, and Capt. Lloyd, Lieut. ewer, no freedom of public expression in will be present lies of the navy no uniuaueu a nazy uiwui aiwut Conklln and their Lloyd George was severe in his happy, fair with the press ci on the platform. On Benson's FRIENDS ARE INVITED. orcbard-lawn- a denunciation of the United States, The motto oT the secret information, or on more and important officials of the vari- a ?2,000,000 bridge to Jefferson- - better beware. In villa which everyone chuckled at. 'quintet is one for all and all for And bowery hojlows crowned with as was also Carson, hiaking Ireland suspicion men are being taken from ous government departments Tho ladfes of St. Charlee church. , r and her friends furious. usee, ami unes ui mat we nau bub seuwi- - 0ne summer 6eatheir homes and families and de- Washington. Twentyaeventh and Cheatout. of an Iminortal life with those England without even a iijm owiw; to live ported to ro. m.utD us imiBt get rwwp. which the 'Rev. Charles if. Jteo smug to gpi. wuttwater lermnmm, SUPPORT TWENTY MILLION "VATICAN GARDENS. who have been faithful to God, to barge formulaied agalnat them. la ipaator, will eatantaia their Tjlace .of (their caetiyity ie and for three years, aided by tw jiuty and. to the s,MN( Btna11 vo'ce of th WAHfUiCt MAKMJS at Calderon, the most rer It is said that under her own gov- Kiends Hpday evenleg top a, o'els conscience, The Vatican Gardens embrace Henna asa ine jwnejnnm papers, we often known oaly to thek- eaticcs. fney esteaH, a cordial aewned of Spain's dramatic poets, ernment Ireland eould support a all roMUna hve beea (taken fremlabet fetfrtees utH and for their have had aory(aw stery of the Marlile riaWld N meaei Mh ' Wi their frMMa. palate in hie' masterpiece. "The population ot tweatymllHo. their VrMti, to b Je effect tajr- j beauty are UBsurpaeeed. I . 1, ' a - v3 ruled SoV sta.-tlo- n, REPUBLICANS EASTER AVU1-a- m con-n'0'ea- - s S,ec'-etar'e- well-doin- g - ht -- - oiu jerry ores-su- re Bel-glu- "'ZnX S-S- .c T" -- ,',,,, soul-stirrin- g is neii-ex- -. law-abidi- Corbett-Sulliva- n aln sub-daco- n, ed Cnr-Pontl- er Frank-enber- g, con-th- fol-o- red-blood- in u-a- - con-man- y, D ro pre-so- w, ts mas-terwo- rk JJ fit Heiit-toearc- y ,;.,. of d Twenty-JTourt- h I .. ... soul-sattsfyi- . io"io - I w .....m occu-Bombll- ng - Hert-Searc- y 1 gi corn-May- or much-sufferin- g, Island-valle- H&-drea- m fellow-office- rs rewow-raiae- rs Deop-meadow'- d, "" - tat - - yr .- 4J ? f. ' , - l't ACJBJiX'XCJOJdCV A11JH UMtBneXOLl KEMTU6KY IRISH AMERIGflN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. M AAA AAA AA AA AA AA A T, SOCIETY AAAAA DON'T MISS THIS! BIG VAUDEVILLE REVIEW 7, rWtd a American to the Sodl and Monl Advancement ol Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men'a Institute and Catholic Knights of America. Irish' and Catholic kitifitlcki AAA AAA Publlahora Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Curran visited YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c friends at Bardstown last week. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER Mr. and Mrs. Phil B. Thompson Entered at tha Loulavllle Poitofllce at Second. Cla Matter. will move shortly to their now honlo Wist Liberty Street at Shepherdsvllle. Mdntt All Comimtnleations to tha KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PHINTINO CO.. IncorporitiJ. 319-32- 1 ii - " Edwin C. Dawson, of Newv Haven, was a visitor here last week. Holy Cross Hall, Thirty-secon- d nml ICaster Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, .April Ilroiuhvuy. Miss Ma'ry Finegan entertained her club Wednesday afternoon at her home in Clifton. Miss Nell Keaney, Parkview, is recovering from an Illness extend, 3, 1920 ing over four weeks. Featuring the Turners in Calisthenics; John 'Richard in ballads, Miss Evelyn Johnston and tho Two Happy Jacks, Flynn and Nuxol; tho Kawlkln Quartet, Fleck, Johnson and Herm; Mies (Mary Herndo in "Jazz, Jazz, Jazz;"; and Quinlan and Lubln Jn Dago comedy. Harp's , Orchestra. Admission 25c. Reserved seats 25c extra. Tickets on sale at Roger's Hook Store and pastor's xesldence. Sut-cllffe- 's, BIGHT BIG AOTS. at 8:15 1'. M. "To Your Health and Happiness" We offer our customers the largest and most delicious line of Easter Eggs and Confections, coupled with'the most exclusive and beautiful line of Easter Baskets, Boxes and Novelties. WE INVITE INSPECTION s LOUISVILLE, KY WORTHY APPEAL. collection-plat- o SATURDAY, APRIL CUNNING LEWIS & BROTZGE EXCLUSIVE CLOTHES SHOP NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON . Mrs. Thomas Hogan and daughter, who are the guests of Mr. and must Mrs. John T. Malone, will return for without it tho enterprl politan press predicts that Anderson COME TO fall; does It not, then, seem a next week to their home in St. YOUR SIZE J the Burchard of prohlDi poor "THE HOUSE OF OPTICAL SERVICE" will be Louis. return to the people to tax Hon. in pattern you prefer awaits your "try-on.- ', Eyes always tired, headaches, whole system affected, comfort x their good will? The people themDaniel Keating announces the ensacrificed? Havo your eyes examined, see mo at once, don't delay. yiMM'Af-selves, however, are to blame for gagement of his daughter, Miss JOHN BULL MAD. I fit glasses perfectly, assuring perfect comfort to tho wearer. they have not kept that Elizabeth Keating, to Thomas R. My prices are reasonably, givo mo a trial and I will convince you. this; Quick. The wedding will take place Baffled because patriotic Ameri- close watch on their early in April. cans stopped the sale of the in- that their own Interests require and angry because with the result that terned liners, John J. Flynn announces the en"House of Optical Service" Jowelcr and Optician all of its America will not lend is the standard condition of al- gagement of his daughter, Miss An228 WEST JEFFERSON STREET gela Margaret Flynn, to Lieut. aid English enBurplus money to most all our industries and conse- Frank M. Dolven. The wedding will 44-lterprises1, John Bull Is now venting quently profiteering when tho op- take place In April. his f'iry on the United States and portunity offers. Make it a felony Its people, and the English press is to charge more than is required to Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Reed anbitter in Its denunciation of tho pay a Tesonable interest and a lib- nounce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Lena "blawsted Yankees," who did not eral Interest on tho aotual physical John P. Herrmann. Mae Reed, to Tho wedding war until England had value of a plant and profiteering will take place in April. como in the won It One writer claims that the will disappear as If by magic. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Mattingly, of feeling hero is caused Milwaukee, arrived Friday to visit n by tho 25,000,000 Irish and When ono loses out on the Mrs. Mattingly's brother, Philip 315 GUTHRIE STREET. ANNOUNCEMENT voters, and that political to be "President of the world" O'Brien, and Mrs. O'Brien at their aspirants' are afraid of that vote. it is only a small matter to he men- home on Cherdkeo road. BOTH PHONES 315 Thus it seems that the big slush tioned as President of the United Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Callahan ! T. J. MOItROW, Manager. North-cliff- e J. J. McTIGIIE, Asst. Mgr. fund spent hero by Lord States. and daughter, Miss Patricia Callasubsidizing the American in han, arrived Wednesday ito spend SAINTS ARE STRONG. Easter with Mr. Callahan's parents, press has gone to waste, and tho This Chain Store Corporation Col. and Mrs. P. H. Callahan. efforts of the Tory press to make St. Xavler's baseball squad has Invites Your Critical Inspection us Jove King George and dear old been doing strenuous practice work Miss Mary Hagan, of West M naught. during tho fine of its 'Hcngland have gone for INCORPORATED weather of tho past street, left Saturday for New York two weeks, and it Is already certain as a delegate to the convention being held there representing HAVE A CARE. the Green and Gold will present a Cumberland Telephone Company. the , .... ., " strong team this season, as will bo It is being noticed that many seen from the following list of Mr. and Mrs. Forest Boyles, SASH, DOORS, JBLINDS AND BIILLWORK. NO. 329 WEST JEFFERSON friends of the treaty and league ellglbles: Catchers, Abell, Bannon, who have been in South America Broiika ml A Sts. LnuinvHtc, K . Allgler and R. Crawford; pitchers, tho past year, were hero this week On Thursday, Friday and Saturday, to utmost their aro doing C. Crawford, Vissman, Steuerle and on their way to New York, where amend- Davis; inflolders, Chenowlth, Wente, eighteenth make thS April 1, 2 and 3. they will make their future Ihome. ment tho issue in tho coming Mussolman, McGee, Glass, Wetterer, A YANKEE LOAF FREE Among the Louisville guests at 1 EASTER OFFERING: Now while it is cer- Foley and Ande; outfielders, election. Hill, Schllnger, Dough prohibition wll have much erty, Grieve, Vllller, Thompson, tho Hotel McAlplno. In New York. tain that To Purchasers of H&M during tho past week were Miss I iwtricateV to do in determining the way many Mullaney and Larkln. Tho first Emma Bennett, Miss Nellie Ross, THE PRIZE YANKEE CAKE. vote, still It would be game on Manager Ed Walsh's ten- Miss Delia Ford and Miss Nellie persons shall SPCCIAUY . tative for Shepherds- McDonald. very unwise to let the treaty and vllle schedule callsSt. to oppose Xavler on The Alumni Field on Tuesday, April 13. There is n Scientific Appliance leaguo drop out of sight. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Hamor Remedy for Every Foot friends of England, which the This Is St. Xavler's first appearance mond, who were guests of Mrs. HMMMHyyYVVyVVyyyyjmmyvvyyyyyvyyyv 111 or Deformity. leaguo was designed to serve, are In three years on tho baseball field. Hammond's parents, Capt. and Mrs. Consult to play hag CONFIRMATION CHILDREN sLLLLH ' LbbbH cfafty and unscruplous, and will Tho old cry of no place recent pur- John John 1. Lyons, In New Albany, been removed by tho have returned to their homo in SPECIAL OFFEK OUT THIS OUT becloud the real Issue if they can chase of Lutz Park at Clay and Evansvllle. Foot Specialist D. Pediatrist, 51??8! tu" coopon to our tnaio and wo will make you lr photos lrl to in- Kentucky streets by tho Alumni In tho hope of being able 7x11 folder and ono large photo In 11x20 folder In aepla for 83.00. Beirn- - C 118 S. Fourth, 202 Office Bldfe Boms 10 to S p. at. .lar price $8.00 without coupon. Miss Gussie HInes, of Jefforson-vlllterpret the voto In favor of thoir who will bo married on April A. J. BEUXiZKa, Photographer X pea measures. Americans should TREATY IS DEAD. 4 to Edward E. Riobe, was given a 42H W. SrATlKKT RT. T.OTTTairrT.T.-rv be doubly careful at this Umo to put 33utaijrxoesa The peace treaty with the cove nHSfn,! none on guard but those who stand nant of tho league of nations is Maplo street. for "America first, last, and all the dead. The Senate voted down rati time." Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Scanlon (Incorporated) "THE OLD ARMORY" fication of the treaty with the ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF Lodge reservations by 49 to 35 announce the engagement of their INCREASING. niece, Miss Mary Agnes Heaney, to SOUTH SEVENTH STREET votes. This was seven votes less Michael J. Morlarty. The wedding 4 wrr fViori 4 Tia tvimilrn1 tl a ma- AUTOMOBILES STORED AND WASHED ah tne alarmist siuu max. w Jority. Senator Lodge Immediately will take place in St Louis at 7d SPECIAL ATTCHTIOH TO THEATER STORAGE 25 CTS. AIL MEH IN CHARGE EXPERIENCED. being published dally at the behest ofterod a resolution providing for o'clock church on April 21 a. in. of tho authorities in Washington tho return of tho pact to the Pres-wl- ll 8400-IPIIOJV- IS 3VIcJrA and this resolution was Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Medley fall of Its calculated effect of .Went, engagement of their diverting the minds of tho masses treSv! announce the daughter, Miss Birdie Marie Medfrom the plain fact that tho cost of has been the bono of ley, to Leonard A. Pangman. The is Increasing, notwlthstand- - tontlon in the Senate for nine wedding will bo solemnized at 9 AAA lng tha profuse promises to reduce months. The president has not yet o'clock on the morning of April 14 A MA will do with BUILDING MATERIAL LUMBER iu&Ajmj located tv irjwi The wealthy profiteers keep on,'treaty .what he been returned the at St. Cecilia's church. It to has profiteering, says tho Pltebuhg ,8 Ukey Jot he win but it Louisville people reported at servor, and tno laws unaer wnicn it rest at least until after the elec- Florida resorts last week Included . r r tt t...i In case of a u. xi. juuv, iui. uuu iru u t- - they could be severely punished aro.tion, next November. xjuimitt, f majority favorable to the treaty Is clay and daughters, Miss Matelea not enforced. 1313 Incorporated. shown then, ho may send it back Mourning, John Ouerbackor, Mrs. to the Senate. But there is little H. R. Kendall. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. 436 E. Breckinridge; Branch Yard & Switch, Logaa & St. Cath. 418 to THE ONLY WAY. hopo of this even among friends of Shopard and Mrs. O. F. Whltcomb. tho treaty. In the Senate twenty-on- e Doing without a thing is only an Democrats voted for ratification Tho marriage ot Miss Mildred M. COMEDY WORTn SEEING". School, 627 South Fourth. Reserved Idea until the deed is actually dono, with the Lodge reservation and Rapier and Harry A. Ropke will be 11 James 11 solemnized at ats may be n.nn 11...nV. ..., nonnln -- Ifa appears that UKU1UBIparty So that it Edenside and St. Bardstown church, In tho "Dress Rehearsal" to bo Catholic War procured at National ..lUuuB road, is nearly tho Council, C57 South mere discussion as the actual deed. equa,ly uivided on tho issue. But Tuesday morning. April 6, at 7:30 played at St. Xavler's auditorium Fourth, between 11 a. m. and 7 ALL will durlnc the bhlrd week of Aiwll. the P This Is particularly true of econ- - that tho treaty will bo an important o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. i..1"J1 leave Immediately for an exienueui. omy. Th'o only way to economize Is topic of discussion in the campaign dramatic department of St. Helena's bo 'to cut out something you really no one doubts. It will party la the trip EasU EASTER DANCE. Club will make its incampaign whether tho iinimiiainMM in spite nf Its M. 1 BANNON, PrnUMt h4 HiHftr. t. ANN8N. Jt, Viet Pru. Hi Trot. itial public appearance on Sunday, era wlgh u tQ be there,0f not It TWIN CITY LEAGUE. Next 'Monday evening Mackin April 11, for a orlea of threo per- importance or otherwise. No ono on,y now. for i)0th houses Council Social -- will Its ever begins actual economy on the of ""Congress to pass a Joint reeolu- At a meeting of tho Twin City' ormances sunaay anornon, Aprn h" ;"". v.".";.. " doesn't matter anyway, tion declaring a stato of peace to r.anima hpirt Monflav evenincr. it 11. z:au o'ciock: weanesaay oven-thlne that nlng, April .14, 8.IB ocwck, open the season . ..a ou.i...u.a uv ito ei.rnriainw n on hnv nin exist between the isUnited States was decided to on Sunday. May at day evening, April 16, 8:15 o'clock. xiwentv.slxth nfrnnt. ti,pRo P- 2, believed that Shawnee Park It the email, thing does matter after tliis will bo done within a few days and President William M. Duffy, in this series the "Dress Rehearsal" wi"L? Jnnfi a most 1 Sewer aad Calvert Pipe, nnBaT1rn0rconducted you've once begun. and then Congress will be free to reptwiea. kiwi me rain, vumiuimiuu-- 1 will make its debut . In Kentucky. , "i Baaaaa'i Patent Lidded Pile fer Steam Cemealti, """"r, take up domestic questions that ers wouia anoi iuo 'iiittvBi-uuuWall Ceala, Draia Tile, Vitrle Brick, neglected while the monds as formerly. The following names mat nave naa prominent have been CATHOLIC WAR COUNCIL. PROPITBERING. Fire Preelag", Flae LUlmtf, Fire BrlcU roies in some or tno dosi wnaieur treaty was being discussed. The in clubs were represented at the Borrowers theatricals ever given in Louisville. from the branch Grate aa4 leller Tile, Fire Clay, Chlataey Tepa. to art ii civ vnrA leiaeia w hid umwu oiuitra ui uuiiid meating: K. of C, Vernon, Mackin, If you want a thoroughly enjoyable library or Prefltoarlsg the War Council, C57 nave suffered during the Senate A. O. H., Jeftersonvllle C. Ms A., ..7. W tha very antithesis evening of mirthful comedy, do not South Fourth street, aro requested OFFICE 836 SOUJH THIRTEENTH STREET. It oflflfht on tne tre,Uy, but the put- - St. JJCavter, Shawnee and Knights of "Takiag all one come of, that fi&ht in making sure St. Joha. Much enthusiasm was fall to' see thh Tlay. Tiojcets may to return ail books out by Mbn-b- e fair dattnf. PHONES CITY 873.1786, tCUMB. MAIN S07." procured at tfcle Rogers Church day next If possible, as the coun- J !e vM. .th Matto et we priMipiee .w Amencaaisra was manifetd. and. a. banner year ThA.CJooda nd get" bf 'Taklat' a41 t' Store. 9ouh, Fourth: rlke- - ell is responsible for the 'books to i Twin ctv. WOKKS-Tkirtee- ntk worth. eorae saerlflee. - The Sesate HrAirtal fnr ad BreeklarM aaJ Niatk awl Magaalia. ob haa aairwl' tha pfiHairv frnm a rtl. next meofctmTwlli' b - the Public Library and. J, preparlss toff dealingi hW Friday Hiekey Oemay. 1417 West Jeer- w 01 iub ks win oy April 10. th vommmemi 'son, ana ac M" Is aUr troree taaa .war. True) Yeie. avaniac la Mr. Dtrify'8 oiflce. se. law-make- rs When the ed In every Catholic church of this diocese on Easter Sunday morning It will mutely voice the appeal to the gpneroslty of the people for a cause that is peculiarly their own, and which was earnestly eet forth by Right Rev. Ulshop O'Donaghuo In his letter to the clergy and faithmasses on Palm tnan tno profiteer or clothing ful and read at the Sunday. profiteer or railroad profiteer. He is simply doing no more thon the prohibitionist. law permits hi m to do, and he power Anderson,' (head of J"08"""" h Superintendent ? the - him in the pursuit nf n ii.i ieacue. ,.is at It Now we do , 4Vnir.ni his greedy purpost. .. again anu iiLsuueium-v- o 0 prohibitionists who, not believe that merely tinkering of tho fanatical with a situation that is pregnant If you do not agree with them, want globe. Anderson of 'disorder, for the time being, wll to rule you off the "de- - help victims of the unfortunate says tho Catholic Church must will be is going the gougers very much- -it cide right now whether it only putting the bitter day of prohibition whole-hearto support reckoning on tho Jong finger. What edly or not, and further lays down fn, .11 mthnllca to follow, U IePle want Is a law that will "mlt tho profits to, a reasonable in which ho says "that Catholics as Percentage on actual values This citizens who oppose prohibition would do away with prof. leering for compelled to come out in will be all time and emanicpate the people tho open and work." The antics. from their slavery to high finance. r 4i have dis-Adnderson ! the good will of the people gusted New Yorkers, Protestant and - that gives value to any enterprise. rnrhniin likewise, and the metro- is pass- - Mrs. Virginia O'Brien was last honesty. It is worthy of of note, week tho guest of Mrs. John W. however, that the profiteer is a Lawson, Jr., at Shelbyvllle. product, not of the nwv conditions Sheridan Talbott spent the week brought about by the war, but of end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. penults one to Jo.hn Talbott, at Bardstown. the legislation that captitallze the good will and the ' Mrs. J. Ford, South Louisville, necessities of the public and that places the authority of the State was the guest last week of Mr. and Mrs. M. Collins, of the West End. and nation at the service of the Capt. J. Vincent Falisl and wife gouger when occatlon demands it. "500" The landlord profiteer is no worse entertained the Beechmont week. Club Friday evening of last RUDOLPH & BAUER TWO SWEET STORES 230 W. Market 219 W. Jefferson 4W$K4. Our Clothes I foj the Modern way 1140-4- 2 typical Anti-Saloo- Club. Misses Louise and Mary Long Hanlon will give an Easter dance Monday afternoon at tho Woman's .,..,. .. Miss Ida Becknian, of Ferdinand, Ind., who has been vlsltihg her sister, Mrs. Robert Ramsey, has returned to her Jiome. Mrs. Ray Moore and Will Leahy guests of their aunt, wore week-en- d Mrs. D. O. Rodman, and Dr. Rodman, at Bardstown. t- .i. formerly of Louisville, but now located in Frankfort, were hero Sunday on a visit to relatives. Humphrey Hagan Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. 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We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. fiEUABLE 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. GLOVES I I 10c Cleaned and Mended. SHULER AXLE MANUFACTURING INCORPORATED COMPANY Tho funeral of Mrs. Theresa M. McGiilre, beloved wife of John who died on Saturday at Mbnon, Ind., was "held Wednesday morning from St. John's church, at tended by many friends. She was twenty-on- e years of age and the daughter of Lawrence C. Long, 1022 Marshall street. SMOKE TARPY'S Lady Dash 10c Little A.' J. 5c Best Cigars Made l 1V4 MACARONI SPAGHETTI EGG NOODLES Automobile, Motor Truck and Trailer Axles. Hume OBNBRAIi OFFICES & FAOTORT Local and Long Distance 901 South Parkway 2 JONES AND N STREETS LOUISVILLE, KT. 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SEE POOLE THE VERY BEST having regular InLoana to those no PpbUclty comes or Balary, with housekeepers to er red tape. Loans security. n their personal p. R, POOLEY, Building, 1. Courier-JournRoom SOFT DRINKS lire H. Fonrth Street. al WM. P. BANNON Funeral services for Miss Maggie of Mrs. Sexton, beloved daughter Hannah Sexton and the late Daniel Sexton, were held Sunday afternoon at Sacred Heart church, Rev. Father Walsh officiating. Deceased was a young woman admired by a wide Iwtfc fwtnM UwHnO circle of acquaintances, and resided with iher at 1610 west We telegraph Flowars Everywhere Broadway. mother it ' SPECIAL SPRAY S3.00 SPECIAL WREATU SO.OO 1 years of age, aunt of Mrs. George A, Burkley, passed peacefully away Sunday morning at St. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, wheio she had made her home since coming from Bardstown two years ago. Her funeral took place Tuesday morning, with burial at Bardstown. Miss Anna Talbot, eighty-tw- o l.fllllSVII.I w w H - . w. . ; K HOMK v .. - TKI.KHHriNF. aw THE i I INCORPORATED mMPANY wwuaa Mmm m t t t t : HOOVER Electric Suction Sweeper IT BEATS AS IT SWEEPS AS IT CLEANS CONNECTIONS EYES TESTES OiAflSES FITTED BEST SERVICE ABLE PBICES Plenty-COAL-Pl- enty BMHRHB DR. 10HN 1134 j00 J Tafel Electric Co. 230 WEST JEFFERSON City 985 Main P. BECKER $5.75 $5.75 Jcllico Lump $7.00 West Virginia Lump $7.00 Straight Creek Lump $7.00 Tradewater Lump Tradewater Nut MCT HI UN I. Y DiMtftfa Watch and Jewelry lii' Far Lcm Money Elsie M. Stengel, tiwenty-thre- o years old, passed Into heavenly rest Sunday morning at tho homo of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Stengel, 809 Barrett avenue. Popular In her circle and highly esteemed, her death is mourned by all who know her. Funeral services wore held Tuesday morning at Holy Trinity church. MIs3 CORNS.BUNIONS lotrewtai atd MMnul Halls ScltttlfltiHy TmtM O PTROMETRIST. 31A Stnrks Bnildiag. Thirk Floor Fourth and Walnut Phone City II SO Per Ton of 3,000 Pounds Delivered Anywhere. Trading Stamps Free. FRANKEL COAL CO. THE SIGN OF QUALITY Ggnl'd 1&fv Or. Uriah Z. Litsey Chiropodist SO? PRICES THE Twelfth and WiUon LOWEST City 2010 South 273 Bast 180 OO. EPPING'S Home Phone Shawnee 801 HENRY GOBS SIDNEY'S .08 V. Jeffcr-ao- n St. "SOUTHERN Morning" STAB" SLICED BACON In the All Ready for Your Griddle HAMS. LARD. SAUSAGE LOUISVHiLK PROVISION CO. Incorporated DEAD ANIMALS HIGHEST CASH Gutterine. Sooocts Repaired and Paint Asphalt Shingles a BpeeUU? 2011 W. Broadway, Louisville, Rj ltooflnsr. Tin Roofs GLOBE PRICES Call Home Phone City Cumb. Phone Main 721. LOUISVILLE RENDERING BAMBLY All SECURITY A LOAN OO Incorporated. A. Lazar, Manager PAH) Moaoy Advanced on Your Plain Am 721; Ul.3 weal uouorsoQ ourc CO. (Second Floor) Home Phono City 2967. BROS. SHOE STORES JNO. P. MORTON & CO Surviving him month's duration. MS SOUTH TKXBS STREET are his wife, Mrs. Corinno Diechelo and several brothers and their SPECIAL HOME MADE ICE CREAM Slebel, Tho last sad rites wore held Invites you to Inspect Garage modern, sisters. before keeping'. over the remains yesterday afternoon you enter your caropfor sate 8306 Telephone city Main for ALL FLAVORS at St. James church. Special Bates. We Deliver to Your Home. Tuesday morning the last solemn 1C51 W. KENTUCKY STREET rites woro said over tho remains of WILLIAM SCHNEIDER J. Charles Obst at St. Paul's church, Preston niul Ormsby Cumb. South 9145 Home City 156S Rev. Father Donohoo conducting years ho Hardware, Paints, Varnishes, obsequies. For the solemn Glass. was active among tho Hibernians "Wo Solicit Your Patronage and was widely known in Catholic He is survived by his City 0758 circles. South 2377 widow, Mrs. Mary Obst; his mother, Mrs. Emma Obst; a brother, Steve Obst, and flvo sisters, Mrs. Joseph JOHN B. WATHEN Bluol, Mrs., Peter Campbell, Mrs. THE FINEST IN THE WORLD FURNITURE MOVING AND Leo Boylan, Mrs. Thomas Straley and Mrs. George Weber. PACKING TRY DE MICHAEL'S years Henry Slebel, fifty-thre- e old, long a popular and faithful mail carrier employed at the Louls- vlllo Postoffico, died Tuesday night at his home, 1317 Everett avenue, following an illness of less than a ?fBtS "SM'fcii fire-proo- 7411 Stark BaiMlni 1 Roth Phnroi KENTUCKY CAUNDRY interpolated 814-02- v THE DUNLOP MOTOR COMPANY f, steam-heate- d 2 Underbill Bu Manager . Dearborn Best Livestock Market South of the Ohio River EitabUihea 1850 Designs & Estimates Famished LIBERTY BLOW Mechanical Ah Engineers Manufacturers and Erectors of DUST COLLECTING SYSTEM Wo Make a Specialty of Pipe Work, for HEATING & VENTDuATING 644 EAST JEFFERSON ST. LOUISVILLE, KY. BOURBON STOCK YARD COMPANY Incorporated O. AX BXBCH, General Manager PIPE WORKS Johnson and Main Streets LOUISVILLE, U01110 KY. INCORPORATED Kinds of Footwear For the Whole Family Established 1820 - - LoulsvUle, K Two HAMBLyS Stores OFFICE OUTFITTERS Shaw. 1716 acta and Portland. City 7164 STATIONERS PRINTERS 18th and Magazine IJ1s (let mF) Phone 2G50 A. NATIONAL HATTERS D. D. S. 325 WEST JEFFERSON STREET DYERS AND CLEANERS CALL FOR AND DELIVER Homo Phone, City 1931 sVUCTXOir ! SEMINARY COLLECTION. Weekly Savings Club " START ONE THIS HOHTH WITH THE PEOPLE' wm PBOVIDEITX AWrCXATX AncorparBiea em-is- td X. tr wu-kow- a enuemi Oa Xaraltnre South Louisville Bank Fourth and Central Avenue. CALL US FOR B. B. AV ana Ot&ex Ttwoaa Property at &OWEIT SATZS COLEMAN BUILDIN0) COR. THIRD AND JBFFBRSOJ' nolo rnoara o Tomorrow the annual Easter Sunday collection for the support of the students of the Louisville diocese preparing for tho priesthood will 4oth Phones 2406 be taken up at each of the masses & CO. In all tho churches. This announcement was made last Sunday by the Adolph Reutllnger pastors, who urged tho peoplo to come prepared to make a generous. TORNADO, LIABHilTT AND offorlng to this worthy cause. Bishop O'Donaghuo designates this PLATE GLASS one of the most Important collec123 SOUTH THIRD STREET tions of tho year, and therefore merits special attention. MO South SC i dnawneo 1986 West M)NO DISTANCE HAULING Twenty-xtt- li Louis 900-90- Broring, DENTIST 1 REUTLINGER FIRE INSURANCE ZERR & HOFFMAN F. J. HOFFMAN, Mgr. STARKS BU1LD1NQ. K4KERY AND CONFECTIONERY ICE CREAM ai'F'R'Sj 1104 South Seventh Street Phone City 6574 Both Phones 2241' C. J. SCHNEIDER, JR., Manager GUNN'S A. ARNOLD b SONS sc STORAGE OO. (Incorporated) 435 West Mala Street "SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" AUGUST R. LEGION DRIVE. Hve jour ot prepare duettos that wtt rox me. Watch Crystals Fitted 20c Watch and Jewelry Repairing Oil and Grease FOR ALL PURPOSES Kentucky Consumers OH Company Kentucky Louisville Home Phono, City 4300 Cumb. Phonb, Main 3o80-- A ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE K by ttoe Xaverian Brothers Conauoted jlasslcaX Scientlflo and Busln. XJUrBooTProparatory Department. Lart Pool. Will Bqulpped dyrnw .lum. Terms moderate. t IMevJamln, 111 W. Broadway, boalarUla, The Radius Jewelry 408 Shop or Joseph tiubbuch Sr. & H.B0SSES0N Son Funeral Directors SOUTH FOURTH AVE. Next to Rex Theater Open Evenings Until O P. M. The Louisville cltions' drive for the American Legion fund, opened Wednesday, was well received by all VAULT d of the classes of people, 811 REALTY BUILDING $50,000 being subscribed the first day. Tho drive will close today, Home Phono, City 2154 when it is confidently expected Louisville will maintain its reputa NATUROPATH A. LOSE tion and again go "over the top." 331 East Market Street one-thir- CLEANING BOOS OUB COUNTSY 456 SOUTH FIFTH MEAT MARKET SFEOZAX.TT STREET KENTUCKY ----- SCHNEIDER'S BAUMER FLORIST Both Phones LOUISVILLE, KY. Mark Sales, Prea. J. O. Jacobs. Sea and Treaa. L. GRAUMAN & CO. Incorporated Dealers 2a All Bads of Office tore Fixtures, Safes, Cash Bfl- ters, Show Cases, Coasters, Shelving, Eto. 610 WEST MAT BZMST. Home Phone, City 1818 MASONIC TEMPLE FOURTH AND CHESTNUT LOUISVILLE NEILL-L- A Homo Phono, City 834 Doalers in WALL PAPER AND RUGS FALLS CITY HALL BLUG., 8 WEST MARKET ST. 1120-112- and Embalmers. Telephone 10122 1$. BROA.rVVAx OOO Hoofing, Guttering and Spouting SKYLIGHTS AND GALVANIZED IRON WORK ROOF REPAIRING AND PAINTING A SPECIALTY S. E. Cor. Rcutlingcr and Struck AVo Pearce Roofing Co. CUMB. PHONE, MAIN 2481 Rev. Father Dennis, of tho SaOne week of warm weather does cred Heart Retreat on tho Newburg nwnv with a slieht cold. Hot baths rpad, loft last week for a brief do the same with a heavy cold. Hot visit at Dunkirk, N. Y., before go- baths (steam or electric baths) reing to Rome, where he will be pres- move any cold before pneumonia or ent at the canonization of Blessed pleurisy, etc., set in. Gabriel, a member of tho Passionlst order, who will be raised to the honor of a saint early next month. GOING TO ROME. VIELLE SUPPLY CO. INCORPORATED ul MILL AND FACTORY SUPPLIES FATHER ASSENT. Repair Your Own Roof JOHN B. RATTERMAN No expert labor needed if you use FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 Ford's Plastic Cement Phones City or Main 3588 WEST MARKET STREET 001-00- Ford Roofing Products Co City IS69. Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland Wes 11107a. His parishioners are much gratified ovor tho improved condition of Buy Rags, Scrap Iron, Metals, Rev. Father Assent, pastor of St. Elizabeth's church, after an illness Rubber and Paper Stock of a month's duration. Father AsLOUISVILLE WASTE sent is acaln able to be about his room, and his peoplo pray tbat it MATERIAL CO. will not bo long until ho can again 3 WEST JEFFERSON ST. serve them on tho altar. Homo Phone, City 1109 KENTUCKY NEW ALBANY. Now AlA class of seventy-fiv- o banians will be inducted into tho Knights of Columbus at initiation exercises to be held in May. Arthur Gregoire is Chairman of the Initiation Committee of tho council. Other membors are Michael Stoln-eand James Q. Naber. 8CG Moving, TrMckleg and Storage Larjtet Freight Trnfw Or- tnT'ZZ 'o ' '"xac -- Phone Highland 21 1 mLER&SON TAILORS,, Sj3 Kfc. E. T. I WELSH i' DRYClXW?FS&fel40DELIG 1025 Bardstown Road LOUISVILLE City - i.il.jU .HUM West 8CG L. DirectorBlX and Embalmer Funeral T). H. CHESTNUT Oscar Farmer & Sons City Elevator and Warehouse Hay, Grain and Feeds The Home of "Quality Feeds" 122 N. FOURTH ST. AND 318 N. FIFTEENTH ST. DAUGHTERS ganization In LoulrvlUe want your business. Do you know we have from II to 15 outside clerks located rlrht at the various depots to take care of your wants? We are the authorized and bonded transfer rasa tor all railroads at LoulsvUle, SUITS MADE TO ORDER Oil SOUTH TUIltD ST. Tin, Tile and Slate Roofer Itoof Painting a Specialty rt tMb& their Squoegco no-eK- rS rubber GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. ' 717-71- 9 IOUISVILLB, Kt OF ISABELLA. THOMAS KEEN AN ..XXSSRAXv DIRECTOR.. .... .. HglUlfWTTtiltytWyTtVyffffftlfT -- 1529 WEST MARKET STREET Owlne to Easter Sunday there will bo no meeting of Loulsvlllo Cirof Isabella, until cle, Daughters Tuesday, April 20, when tho regular business session will take placo at Knight3 of Columbus Hall. Tho Choral Club will have thoir rehearsal on Wednesday, April 7, instead of on Holy Saturday. COLONELS VS. AKRON. t . sjwwwwww -- TV 1 1 7V1 X AsflVsTKF eDeM CTTlLTIIIf 11Y . A A. I IV JIM d 1 f J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. baseball club, Loulsvlllo headed by Business Manager "Cap" Playing Manager Joe Neal and McCarthy, arrived here lest night from their Southern training trip The Sad "Bimmt Jnffnlr mxrmm. ieJJJWAAeJeJaA,, i&ts and the home folks will see the boys in action at Eclipse Park this afternoon and tomorrow against in the InAkron, the ternational League. Jfan Thonpe, the rmous Indian; Flnneran, a former Dick Hob Association twlrler; Utaoll, a blf league star, rb4 otfcar KMable is the Aknoa lfcMup. new-comers h wonderful Kinu, famous Knights of Columbus offlcials,' heels, the sUppmg and eliding im- hearlng that New York undertakers 0S8lbi0 k,f attached to your shoes. are charging $45 to convey tho de ln black and tan bodies of the American dead being aBym 4 children, and wom(m brought from France from the pier t on you shoe6 by to railroad stations, have provided man. Squeegee heels W BQoe. n frn mnior jnir.k for this imtriotlc rransfer, draping the caskets with composition which absorbs shocks tho American flag. Jolts and jars, ana tney are long There is woarlng and economical. WASinNGTON PILGRIJIAGE. no noceflfiltv to watch your Btep if a niiprimnpo tn Wnahintr - you wear Squeegee heels, and that gentleman. H. G. John-o- f ton will take place about the first energetic paiBn May to witness the start to bo Bon, is making a splendid made in the erection of a 15.000,- - in their favor over the territory 000 shrlno at the Catholic Univer- - which ho covers, namely Indiana, shy as a memorial to America's Illinois, Missouri, Kentucky and fallen heroes and as a national ex- - South to the Gulf of Mexico. He nresslon of Catholic devotion to the is both a capable and successful Blessed Virgin, patroness of tho business man, who would represent no 'other than a firm who , ananu- United States. factures an article of exceptional merit. His offices are located ln BEST RURBER HEEL. ; the Realty Building, and he Is on rub- The Squeegee Heel Company, of the outlook for ex-Blvrla. Ohio, have etrated a ire-- hnr heel salesmen to assist nendous country - wide advertls - tending the fame and .popularity of iSff ftMSkBalSB, Utliits the merits ei this rwosawful 'Invention. FRUSTRATE PROFITEERS. Funeral i n Director and Embalmer I " ,t BOTH PHONES 810. ";"( Vt SOUTHEAST CORNER5SIXTH AND ZANE STS. 111111 11 nmm 1 i1 11111 M 111 n 111 ii 11 11 n 1 111 ut DOUGHERTY & McELIOTT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH x:tiorcj(e). ! ' '' ' H some-live-wi- re t n 11 11 11 1 u ii 1 11 m m 1 1111 n,M 1 1 nm 11 1 11 m . .. v.. i? 'jbCapA-pojars-r irish Ajsxj&y&xcjis:., I Bacon a son u -I- NCORPORATED --aaa We Qlve and Redeem Surety Coupon. Money Grows Fast ? When Regularly Saved and Invested OR A "DOER?" DO YOU ARE YOU A "DREAMER" illusion of the "big strike" you will yourself with the make "some day," or are you dealing with stern realities and protecting your future by laying by a little money each month? THE "BIG STRIKE" IS MADE BY FEW financial independ-enc- e by careful saving and wise investing is possible to nearly f HERMAN STRAUS FOURTH AVCHUt ncafaAreo " SONS MARKET STREET We Qiv and Redeem Qold Trading Stamps. 'II DO YOU KNOW ABOUT OUR SEE OUR HOUSEHOLD CLUB ji PLAN Easter Offers THEY WILL DELIGHT YOU. X Convenient and Dignified Methoa of Purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred Payments. features of this method aro its convenience In making purchases without any considerable outlay of cash. Tho advnntago of buying on tho Club Plan during our various sales AT SALE PIUOES. Whatever Is tho prlco of tho goods to a cash or a chargo customer, that is also the price to n Household Club Plan customer. Thcro Is positively no advance. There aro no "confidential arrangements." It Is conducted upon an open basis with a fixed Tho first payments and tho schedulo of rates. are tho samo to all. monthly payments Tho outstanding f everyone. WHY NOT INVESTIGATE THE PLAN OP LOUISVILLE GAS & ELECTRIC COMPANY for saving and investing? You will find it attractive and sound in every particular. A showing of the newest and most distinctive I spring modes. Sprinq styles in Wool Batiste. Fancy Dress Silk Fabrics in all desirable shades. 1 Hawaiian Cloth and Dress Voyles. All the new models and styles known in LADIES' EASTER SUITS) Artistic Spring Millinery; Women's Fine Footweur in all the latest styles. Spring sale of Men's Light-weigUnion Suits. ht ! A Fortune of $10,000 3 X SURETY COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS ttff tiimtTvt'ti'r'H''1111 Some one will take charge of your affairs after you are gone. You should name the executor in your will: ir you do not. , W III I a court unfamiliar with your affairs will MM select an administrator. IVlCLTlClgB If you name an individual, he may 1 not survive you or he may cue in tne midst of administering your estate. If he does survive, he may be taken sick, move awav or become overburdened with cares of his own. Appoint this Company executor of your will and trus tee of your estate. It makes a business of handling prop erty. The cost is no more than would be paid to an indi vidual. Mtfr?t4"IHMrf4"frfrM Who month, or less than $5 a week, and did so regularly for twenty years, using our savings plan and reinvesting your interest and dividends in our Preferred Stock. When you need it most you should have a fortune of approximately $10,000 and your yearly income would be ,$700 an income whether you are able to work or not. MORE THAN HALF OF THIS TIDY SUM would represent what your monthly savings have earned for you as you saved. Over $5,000 would represent the wages which your savings of $4,800 had earned in useful public service. OUPPOSE, FOR EXAMPLE, that you are able to save $20 a t In Men's Silk Shirts an endless variety and offered at popular prices, Both Phones 1323 f Auto Delivery bbK ' bbbbbbbV JOHN M. MULLOY 212 WEST MARKET STREET. HIGH GRADE COFFEE .. Coffeolb Tea, lb Coco, lb linking: Powder 80c to $1.25 40o 30c to GOo 30o 25c 25o 40c to CO Your i Extract, partubo Estate Pie Filling Egg Mitt (20 eggs for 25) Join Our Large and Growing Family of Home Shareholders. Come to Our Office and Obtain Full Information by Mailing the Coupon INVESTMENT DEPARTMENT INQUIRY COUPON. I LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK Por Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. More than 45,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a total deposit of more than 12,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by tha people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. ld Fidelity and Columbia Trust Co. Columbia Building UNDER THE BIG CLOCK CANDIES MARKET AT SECOND SODAS Fourth and Mam. r J The Oldest Trust Company in the South. Louisville Gas & S mJ W ui, Satisfaction In Eyeglasses Every pair of Glasses that we furnish so thoroughly satisfies tho ' wearer that he recomends our service to his friends. We guarantee complete satisfaction. Superior Deep Curve Lenses, with any mounting in stock, $rt.CO case and cord complete 75c Extra , Small Shelltex Rims We fill your oculist's prescription or duplicate your old lenses. No charge for examination. Electric Company, Incorporated In Kentucky. 311 Investment Department, Louisville Gas & Electric Co. Please send me the details, regarding your investment proposition. Name Street Telephone Number. JEFFERSON SWEET SHOP j (Tho House of Mirrors) JEFFERSON THEATER BUILDING AMERICAN CIGARS CUT-RAT- yest Chestnut Street. Fiscal Agents. E TOBACCO STORES TOBACCOS INCORPORATED H. M. BYLLESBY' & COMPANY, m$iAr&KMd' HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY NECKTIES 4B S. Hxuik Av& DIVISION S. I We Buy, Sell And Quote All Issues Of NO RAISE IN LotrtsrUIs.JQr 10c President T. J. O'Leary. Vice President Thos. W. Kllleen. Financial Secretary John Brod-eric- ! LIBERTY BONDS PRICES. The following prices are just and allow us only a fair profit k. Recording Secretary Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- a John DON'T FORGET THAT Gray Von Allmen -- swiss Cleaners and Dyers 617 Fourth Ave. Phone 2207 PERFECT FITTING SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES Cleaned and Pressed. In Any Denomination Or Amount. WHY PAY MORE? Men's 3 Piece Suits, $1.75 Dan J. Daugherty. Martin Sentinel Thomas Noone. DIVISION 4. i Wakefield 118 n. & Co. Our Service and Workmanship Are A No. 1 Men's 2 Piece Suits, $1.50 Suits Pressed. Only 50c Neckties 10c each, 3 for 25c Years. Heett second and fourth Moedart Bertrand Hall, Sixth itreet. President S. J. McEllIott. Vice President Patrick Connelly. Financial Secretary T. J. Lan-gaMeaney. South Fifth Street. City 01 Main 100 WE ARE RESPONSIBLE Established Over Twenty-flv- o Sanitary Milk Co. XKComrosAnB. Recording Sergeant-at-Arm- s Secretary M. I. D. WHEN in NEED Puis Cleaning and Dyeing Co. Both Phones 2635. We Call For and Deliver. "YOU'LL FlgD 421 W. Chestnut St. Treasurer Sentinel IS K THE HOME OF PURE MILK CfT) OPTICAL John F. Burke. Edward Byrne. OF ANYTHING IN J. McDormott. HOLY CROSS VARIETY SHOW. The big variety show that Holy Cross will present on April 5, G and 7 Is rapidly rounding Into perfeo tion under the able leadership of "Happy Jack Flynn,' tho well known black faced Btar of the K. of Church Goods Line Or a Religious Book, See tho jTjQBH WHILE" "ASK YOUR GROCERS." Rogers Church Goods Co. urcospeKXTSB . 120 S. Fourth, Loalsville, Ky. Standard Dairy Lunch House Incorporated M0NCRIEF FURNACES HOOF ar THE HOUSE OP QUALITY AND QUANTITY Variety of Hot Dishes, Pastry, Ilorao Made Pies, Cakes, Meats X 310 SOUTH FIFTH STREET Ib Middle of Square PRICES REASONABLE Oculists' Prescriptions. SOUTHERN COMPANY A.XXZ. IT'XJRIVAOK nraowresAms Fourth and Chestnut. This Furnace will last longer, give more heat and burn less fuel than any furnace made, and we have thirty years' experience to prove it. Guaranteed and Free Service A Five-Yellond wlfh every furnace. PAY LATER. BUY NOW. MONCRIEF FURNACE CO. INCORPORATED. ItfECURllYfeSj bUeryicLm Fill AND I Kfl around Louisville performing. Every act is on a par with the splendid show given last year, which was a for parish entertainments. The comedy of the two "Happy Jacks," Nuxol and Flynn, will be well worth tho price of admission, which will bo twenty-fiv- e cents, with reserved seats fifty cents extra. Prof. Henry Horp's orchestra will discourse popular "Jazz" record-breaker this class of entertainment can not be excelled. Paul Voss, another live wire of the K. of C, Is the General Chairman. The show this year Is composed of seven high class acts, with some of tho best known stars C, whose knowlcdgo of handling TRY vAfc5iv EXCELLENT084OOFPBK STREET SOUTH FOURTH $ Near Broadway PROMPT SERVICE BSMBIfcY JXJMBBSJR!: CO. "THE V PILL THAT WILL" 'Lzrfru.s f BUILDING LUMBER Sixteenth and Maple. Both Phones. HENRY C HCRRr couiaviLi.e, nv. 521 WEST MARKET STREET. We manufacture everything in warm air heating and sell direct to you. music. HKIUKS IS mtOKEN. Mate 2882 . City 9384 LOUISVILLE. KV.f HARVEMLLICQ (INOOXfOXMraD) COAL CO. T.i.,h..j JJJgt m Tlw Company With the CmI Si' FaiiatT- - MMk tht Service. Lump Coal frem EaatoraJKcaiaeky. 97.M torn at yards. Urn Uttvara; $6.0 laeatad at FiftMafck aa MafjaeUa. Tarawa FfarM aad . Ym Ya4 aa Ma fa tor, Papa m4 Ffm MaaW. Jh pr WANTED Heart Some 'thlak that because the Churchs regulation i makes it imLira wire, rabaor Jieel saJeeasaa, possible to receipt qpmmunlon, one may dteraaanl that apoath and Aaaly eon-tin- ie bet-ta- ,. We think it Is ami earnestly urge all to begin a new series in May, roplles the Meseagerj of the Sacred agala? When tho first Friday ot April la Friday, on which day It is not allowed to distribute Holy Communion, the aeries of nine first Fri days broken, so that those who wish to gafn the benefit ot our Lord's promise must "begin the services Good 1 They work like a charm. Every box sold to satisfy -or your money refunded. For Sale by Your Druggist packages. In 25-ce- nt Where the Quick Meal Comes In Where the brightest ; Where ih lightest; Where the home Where work la doe; work feaeal FRED ERHART , Where the range stajuls ,'m waw ARCHITECT . "Qslek Meal" the nii ' IMHe4 mmi Where oookiiyt real tea; Where baktag giTea light; . Where drudge aigJU That's Highly K bw. th. where "Qviek Meal" CMek Meal Cm Kag" CO. at AM YaMla. t : 4, to eaaMklv nrtti ntlv paathttT ifsrcte ot tk one'Emtk Iwjkw, It with te r the N.1f.eiFfmNfffiMiIM4l7Pi$ WHI, W. MARKET ST. ..M