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CvjAiiiiy.u PHONU HUMt OH MAIN Bvery Driver an Bscort UuIjjIIIj Tufcrt I Transfer Si Incorporate VOLUME XL1V. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1920. PRICE FIVE CENTS. E i I chaplain for every 1,200 officers without any convictions or oven ar rests. Tho people realize what and men. This is a more liberal al ' by ex- chnnce have tho Keystoncrs to catch lowanco than is authorized edifice. llstlng statutes. anjuouy. Provision Is mado in the Senate bill for the promo- Kecentiy following tno many FATIIElC E3D1ETT KENNEDY. bank robberies around hero Col. tion of chaplains up to tho rank of Petty's press agents wore feeding ' years of Colonel after tiw'enty-iRftv. Father Emmott B. Ken- -' tho daly In This Week Inaugurates Its News nedy, a native of tills city, reared Influence Rising in Europe and service.of Preference in the appoint See Breakers Ahead For the. Re about thopress with a lot of bunk One Hundred ami Four Prisoners chaplains Keystoncrs running up ment tho regular and educated in St. Brlgid's parish, publican Convention and PresiCourting Aid Aro Suffering in Mountjoy Chancelleries Service io Kentucky Irish army Is to be given those who ana down tho turnpikes In hlgh- now pastor 01 at. uanenno s cnurcn dential Campaign. gcared autog, and tho capture of tho of Church. served during tho war or who are Frison. at Mobile, Ala., has been engaged In American. now listed in tho Officers' Reserve bank robbers was only a fow hours a series' of lectures lh tho Southern Corps. Tho bills wero framed after on. Then wo wore told that tho cities, and it is hoped by many that bold burlars Shad mado a dash roast extended hearings by tho House he may be Induced to come to o Foreign Born Catholics Leaving the Military Affairs Committee. Hcrt and Searcy Left Out in the the Keystoners while tho latter's Seventy iivinrr.in r..n nw Xil IV I?opo Benedict ' Extends Apostolic Louisville, where ho has a wide 1V, n. "" lflf altnnHl Ul UUfiVU U14 In u. UllUM. v of friends whb wo'uld b6 o.ivu rut.Ail rtt IU rlflt. Cold With Lowden as Stable United States lh Largo Move and Their Death And If it wasn't for that, etc., etc. IRISH BOND DRJiVE. Blessing to American Catholic Kento hear him. Fathor Tho next day wo wero told tho Nominee. nedy has given eleven years to (miNumbers. Expected. Papers. Robert Emmel Branch, Friends crooks' car lind been found nwny ssionary work In Alabama and has of down in Tennessee. Irish Freedom, met Tuesday So our Key lectured considerably. Ho was also Sight in Bertrand Hall, and tho stone detectives and polico had ovl- one of those engaged In tho Knights of Columbus course of free lectures. Question of Chaplains' Corps Under meetings of tho friends of Erin, this Courier-JournShows Keystoncrs dently been chasing a whole lot of frisk Trade Union Congress Cardinal Gibbons Earnestly noi)cs Before studying for tho priesthood and meeting was one of the largest and Innocent people up and down our in, Extra Comic Supplement Army Blh to Go to Concountry roads. Then tho Koyston-er- s most enthuslastlcyot held. Like all Labor Party Call for Father Kennedy was engaged In tho tho News Sheet Will Prove was open and free to all who are locked up a farmer boy by tho printing business here and assisted This Week. ference. Inspiration. Strike. name of George Martin and .proInterested In the; cause of in the work of getting out the ceeded to charge him with every for Iceland. Rev. John first issues of the Kentucky Irish O'Connor presided and announced crime that tho Keystoners hadn't American. a subscription of $25 been to solve around heer Owen BY TREATY. Bulllvan. A number of from names BITZKR GETS REFORM BOAT. lately,able UNION BARRED TUIiPlT. 3HLITARY SERVICE MEETING. TO TIBS AUXILIARY new and that is a great many. GIRLS ARRIVE IX NEW YORK. were placed on tho membership After giving the yokel tho third degree tho Koystono press bureau roll, to which will bo added beTrinity Council, Y. M. I., has ar tween 100 and 200 at tho May Washington, D. C, April 11. wouiu unload on the dally,. ranged a military service meeting , Six or eight months aco it was o.i atj tutu .am uu uo meDoners.L w m Beginning with this issue the for next Monday ovolng in honor Out of tho welter of European (poli- meeting. After tho reports of of from Ireland nuraL t rres3 dispatches mI a 1. Thn ti Kentucky Irish American gives its of Trinitv Council members who tics como reports, many of them ficers and committees had been read pretty nearly agreed on all sides bandit since Jesao .T.imrm. that the Republican nomination for Keystoners would crowd him in his terrible to news wero in service during the recont unofficial, some empha- - It was decided official, with readers a greatly Increased aro year was equivalent cell and iiiu uuuaiiuua ut him ivuuilb ?e. . , service. Through tiho new Depart- war. and Maior Gen. C. P. Sum- - sizing tho luiinjim-uuui l vsuiuuuu the Ancient Order ji Hibernians ju election., this j kj. b BU"J-i- . "?n ,tho in a iinusn uj ment of Press and Publicity, organ- merall, head of Camp Taylor, will tradition and Catholic belief Is arranging for tho Irish bond drive, lo election, tno aitermaui oi tno being at Horso Cavo or Podunk at uuvuo mm some timo or anotnor, and to government and tho awful condi " ized by the National Catholic Wel- be the guest of honor and deliver piaymg in tno tasK or roconstruc- - ana it was Buggesteu tnat tno "".', :"a of social . officers confer with the County prommra waving oeen Dody Diows please them Martin would say yes. tions resulting therefrom. Follow-I- s fare Council, this paper will receive an address. Tho programmo is as tion and There aro rumors of a Board, and tho Ladies' Auxiliary J l" Pny in power, anu mat par- - Bingo, another sensation for tho pa- n Sunday cablegram .order. each weok a cable and mail service follows: from Dub reapprochement between tho Italian and call a general public meeting w happened to be the Democratic pears! But as usunl tho case fell lin: rrom Rome, Paris, London and O'Grady. Invocation, Rev. J. A. lo namo captains and committees Party. But there has been a re- - through, and Martin was finally Conservation party and tho Dublin, and a news feature, service Star Spangled Banner, members. Catholic party for tho sup- who will conduct tho campaign, markable change In tho situation taken away on the awful chnrgo of In Ono hundred and four prisoners Introductory remarks, James B. from Washington. The Department MoUntjoy prison aro now on hunPublicity of the Na- Kelly. port of the Governmen In opposi- Thoso present wore well repaid for,tho past few weeks, caused prln- - chicken stealing. of Press and Hero is concrete evidence of the ger strike, having refused food radical political de- Iheir attendance by tho excellent f ipally by the result of the votes Y. M. I. In tho army, Jerry A. tion to the tional Catholo Welfare Council, ments. There is another rumor but short addresses of Rov. Pat- - n,ho Republican primary, and all ability of our Keystoners: A gen- - since Sunday last. which will handlo tho news service, Hogan. So weak are la lh charge of. newspaper men of Tho Army Chaplain, Rev. F. J. that the Catholic parties in all rlck Walsh, Johri A. Doyle, Poter Indications point again to a bitter tlemen reporting the theft of his several that relatives havo been sent tho ranks of tho G. O. P. auto this past week was told by a Dowllng. They will bo Martin. Attorney Thomas- European countries aro considering J. national reputation. for by tho authorities. Somo havo bov In tho offiro that his was tho of a moro or Walsh and Rev., Father O'Connor, on tho order of the Boxing exhibition, Meade Pooling the establishment assisted by a staff of experienced JrifprosHntr nrwl on- - TOW Of 1912. Gen. Wood Was fniiHIi fnlrn lmf. i.trrl.f n,..--i tun had their handcuffs removed and news develop- and Thomas Maloney. less cohesive organization to com- whlnh wpro Tinth All Journalists. and lightening and stfongly in favor of backed by ono set of financiers and night wns still early. Tho Qulck gone to tho hospital, while seventy Y. M. I. In tho Navy, J. Robert bat tho spread of radicalism ments, both abroad and at homo, to Catholics, Muhs. Bolshevism. for the Irish peo- - Gov;, Lwoden by anothor, tho Re- - Tiro Service pconio In paid ndvcrtls-pl- others aro lying in their cells, too of especial interest There is still another 111 to movo, and medical officers Mr. Dowllng expressed him- - Publican Chairman, Mr. Hays, and ng Fay thnt $.10,000 worth of will be adequately reported. MoreKept tho Homo report that a union of Bavaria and How Trinity as profoundly"1 In sympathy with ot)nor leaders not worrying as to mobiles wero btolcn hero last year, aro constnatly in attendance. Both , Austria, both of which over, tho news servico will bo sup- Fires Burning, E. J. .Coonoy. aro Catholic the Irish cause. Ho complimented which captured tho nomination, as Score ono for Col. Petty's press the prisonres and tho Government plemented by interesting features Address, Major Gen. C. P. Sum- - In faith, 13 contemplated. Many of thoso havo tho local organization on the great there would bo 'Dig boodlo to sup- - bureau, as this never appeared in seem determined not to yield, and it rumors on catholic ' suojects iwnicn win merall. , Wresling exhibition. C E. Car- - reached Washington through official work It Is engaged in, and likened Prt either. But here comes Sen- - tho dailies or tho Police Bulletin, Is feared that somo deaths may make good reading. sources, indicating that foreign the fight for Erin's freedom to that ator Hiram Johnson and spills the Manv believe that Capt. Bennett, of occur. Among tho serious cases aro With this Improved news , and rarfl and Ed Shadburne. Johnson's big vote in the the Fourth district, has. solved somo Alderman McCabo, Sin Fein memfor America's independence. In con- - beans. chancelleries aro giving moro feature servico the Kentucky Irish America, members. than they have given for eluding he stated that in his opln- - Primaries has mado him tho strong- - 0f tho polico troubles. Ho holds a ber for Sllgo, and Councilor Caro-laAmerican ought to become of more Referee, George Ruff; tlmekeep Sinn Fein member on thd many years prior to the outbreak of Ion British propaganda is poison- - est candidate In tho convention and prayer meeting in the station house value to all Catholics. We hopo to er, Louis Eberle. corporation. to tho National bo able to report the great war to tho enormous In- fng the imlnds of tho American peor the G. O. P. will have to use knock- - every Thursday evening, his Key-pidrag-oSunday afternoon a lago crowd methods to beat gtono cops leading In psalm singing and took the case of two llawn and of Catholicism upon Eufluence Catholic Welfare Council an InAUTO FACTORY HERE. ropean political and social condi- Louisvillo papers as an instance of him. If tills Is done Johnson and and praying. Tlicy pray for our was kept from the road leading to crease in our subscriptions as an proposal now undor the pressure brought to bear on the his friends will get revenge in No- - crooks and burglars to try and tho prison gates by a cordon of evidenco of material appreciation of Tho Louisvillo Is to be the homo of tions. with fixed bayonets. If Johnson is nominated change their ways or either give friends of Ireland to abandon her to vemher. tho efforts of the hierarchy to aid the Preferred Motor Company, cap- consideration by the French GovernMonday tho Associated Press rethe big moneyed Interests support- - thonisohcs up. It Is rumored that formal relations British TnisgovQrnment. the Catholic press, and, through tho italized at $2,000',000, which pro-- ment to ported that officials of tho Irish upbuilding of the Catholic press, poses In three years after estab- tvlth the Vatican points tho way Thomas Walsh, after reading 'ng Wood or Lowden will bolt the large organization of crooks a speech of Senator Borah, Johnson bocauso they think him a siding In our midst aro contcmplat-Bal- d Trades Union Congress and tho Lastrengthening the Catholic spirit lishing a factory liero to turn out European opinion Is drifting. Tho probability of the "it can bo easily seen that tho Boshoyiki and the G. O. P. will be ni teea moga tnnaaogto ri nl Cgnt bor party Issued a call to tlie 10,000 cars a year. and promoting Catholic welfare. for a general Through Cardinal Gaspari, Pope Tho concern, according to Its of a German State, predominantly Irish question, in thought, in idea uoismoviKi anaxneu. u. i wm me mg donating an organ to Capt. Ben- - workers of Ireland Benedict blesses the National Cath- President, F. W. Young, will em- Catholic, consisting of South Ger- and In principle, is substantially witnout campaign tunus. jno won- - nctt's prayer meeting as a little strike throughout 'the country on Tuesday as a protest against the of and truly an American question, der tho future for tho G. O. P. looks token of their regard for tho men, and will many olic Welfare Councils' News Serv- ploy about 1,000 and what remains than it did a whilo back. of political prisoners. stono police. Very befitting testi- - treatment bring to Louisvillo 400 skilled Austria, is discounted in official and liberty loving Americans who ice, who sends the following: The officials ln their call demand Tho Kentucky Rein Washington. "Tho Holy Father has learned workmen. It proposes to turn out nifarters It is krfow the history of their coun- - publican machine seems to have- njonial, isn't It? My, but didn't poor old Smithy tho release of those Imprisoned for with much pleasure of tho estab- 3,000 cars during its first year of doubted, in tho first place, that try, and know that Ireland was The general combine with Amorica's friend in tho hour of her been shut out completely, as the and his Charlie Chanlln cane iret a political offenses. Bavaria would lishment of the National Catholic operation. most experts predict, that. Austria in .yiew oftnociej)lorajye. .peril, wU sliow. tjholr gratltudo to race, narrowing down to Wood and frost at the ball park Wednesday! strike call does not affect thoso emPress Bureau. Ouf poor "old near Mayor Is work-Iris- h ployed on newspapers, tho telegraph cordially extends tho apostolic It will take at least five years to economic condition in the latter Ireland today by supporting tho Johhsoiir "leaves Tobtmnd-his-nld- es Topubllc, both morally and out In the cold. Tho Courier-Jouing himself into a frenzy lately services, tho bakers, the humaniblessing to tho service you havo in- catch up to normal, says Mr. country, and a union of Austria necessary and nai tnea us jianu me oiner aay in about tho dirty condition or our tarian services augurated to improve tho Catholic young, owing to America's groat with Germany is barred by tho financially." reviving Herfs political fortunes by streets and wants tho Keystoners to workers among tho horse3 and catpapers of the United States. Tho prosperity, which has Inculcated a treaty of Versailles. saying that "Howdy" Ed Morrow, look ud DeoDlo who will not do tle. DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. every farmer and city work of tho American Catholic pa- desire of The Baltic situation also offers Ithe Lockett case hero (?), Is be-- the work of tho street cleaners and The Associated Press on Tuesday pers has been most praiseworthy. dweller to own a car. "Tho Own Interesting possibilities in tho way InfluTho regular monthly meeting of ing boomed for Chairman of the keen the streets clean. Somebody cabled that ttho general strike deThey havo been an effectivo Vour Home" campaign has caused of tho- - revival of Catholic xno oniy has to do it, and why not tho clared ln Ireland ln protest over Daughters of uepuDiican convention. auxiliary to the pulpit in spreading thousands of families to build In ence, In view of tho . reconstltutlon Louisvillo Council. place next booming Ed is getting from the payers? If old Smithy wants to sea the treatment of tho political priswill tiko the faith. Tho credit to which they tho suburbs, and this necessarily of the Polish Stato and ' tho posTuesday ovelng at 8 o'clock at Rlnghnni press. By the way, that some dirty place let him take a oners who are on a hunger strike are entitled Is enhanced by the dif- means tho purchase of a car. It sible recognition of the other they have had to meet. Is the aim of the oempany to build Baltic republics. After tho Knights of Columbus Hall. A large was a quartette of good Repub- - look at tho wharf, tho mud being so In Mountjoy prison went Into efficulties Those who aro conducting them will up an organization, every indi- partition tho Catholics under Rus- attendance is requested, as several Ucan workers that wero hobnob- - thick that It is thought threo or fect amid tumultous scenes ln the be pleased and heartened by your vidual of which will be proud of sian domination in this region, Li- importnt matters will come before blng together In Washington tho four tenement houses and excursion vicinity of the prison. Tho crowd at boats are buried under tho mud which had assembled outside the for establishment for their benefit or an being affiliated with tho corpora thuanians, Poles and Ruthenlans this meeting, notably it. tho opera otner uay, oeing aeiiow-gues. grow as tho day tho Gridiron Club. The four wore since the water. Sad to say. prison edifice press organization in tion. ' were, for the most part, undor pain top do, given next tznontn. efficient woro on until It comprised 20,000 Tobo Hert, Howdy Ed Morrow, Davy Rose's wonderful motor-boto, Washington, which also will have Two hundred thousand dollars of severe punishment, obliged Bobby Bingham, chief booster fof house, which tho city paid $1,160 persons, among whom threatening representation In tho leading capi- In stock has been set aside for subscribe to the Russian orthodox It RECENT DEATHS. Tobe, and Arthur Krock, managing of tho taxpayers money for, is demonstrations occurrred. Tho autals of Europe and South America. employes In order that they might faith, but In many cases and eone. and tho Herald, which used to thorities thought It necessary to Tuesday morning death called editor of tho Courier-JournThey are now to have tho aid participate in missionaries said mass and tho anticipated augment the defenses, and threo As profits of the company, Slnghiser, beloved Time3, tne cnier ooosier ior TODe, rave about the bargain of t3ie Schoola administered the sacraments in tho Mrs. Margaret which thoy so long deserved. of John Slnghelser, at her Ed and Bobby. Two open and two form" administration, said nothing tanks and several armored cars, tho news standard of Catholic jour- in the various departments of tho depths of tho silont forests. With forco of police and Two watch-wa- s with a large re residence, 3629 Rudd avenue. She secret aides of the Republican par- - about tho departure. nals Is raised, undoubtedly the sup- plant will be maintained undor tho tho menaco of Bolshevism Thero Is 110 row row hero in men drew $G5 a month, and there military, 'were stationed about the port given them by the Catholic supervision of Ira Chase Koehno moved, religion In these Baltic a well known and respected ty. structure. It was announced that reading public will foe increased. and his staff of engineers, which countries will turn back to its old member of tho Church of OUr Lady, Ken tricky between the Stanley and were lots of other expenses and will bo a post graduate course to channels with tho possibility that where tho funeral took placo Beckham followers for the Demo- - tached. The boat was sold last tho strike, which originally was inHis Holiness invokes good-wi- ll y cratlc party control, and the sup- - week for SC50, a loss of 8500 of tended as a celebration, from all who will be make their mechanics 100 per cent. the Catholic church will eventually Thursday morning. "os,cu 'ou010 ls oclrS lomcnicu uy tho taxpayers' money In addition to would continue until tho prisoners parties to tho worthy work you efficient. It is proposed to dls- - regain tho position it onco held Mivmo fr havo undertaken, to the end that pose of ?1,000,000 of stock to Ken In the light of these develop Shu?er (beloved wffa of Frank A tho n8luini press as underhanded tho cost of Its upkeep. The "rq- - wore released. From Paris It was cabled on ments, tho ebb and flow of Immi- qhiilPr 122H Ratns Cmxrt enteral Kepubllcan propaganda. As a sam- - form" boat was sold to Peto BItzer It may bo fruitful of the good re- tucky people Monday that George Pie of Bingham's interest In Herst and Is now at Twelve Mile Island. Duffy, Sinn for the gration and emigration to and sults you seek to achlevo m Fein member of Parliament and enfor MICHAEL A. SWEENEY. Alter tho present "reform" church and country." from tho United States show unexkind noignDor, sno will 00 nnd. hls aln,s' read nn uncalled wm ,.,tni.vninn u i hIfOI. nffn-ciinrirr .n n dmH voy of tho Irish Republic to the pected tendencies, and lead to tho Cardinal Gibbons has given the Peace approval is ln Sweeney, seventy- - Question whether tho Catholic for-N. C. W. C. his earnest A. Michael "Hei iunerai took Uoss Qll,.tf , Times of nWednesday, while. they blamed tho bad and mon official Conference, of. bringing to the . ,, m, Minnin ... attention inv t tho conference and sends tho following appreciative elght years old, President of the elgu born population of this placo Tuesday morning land criticism for daring to help and power. Now they aro worse than the treatment of the political prisShipyard and Foundry try Is to increase or diminish in James church. greeting: James, wno nau at any time ln the city's history, oners in Dublin. His step was "Along with the Holy Father, I Company, died" Monday morning at tho next few years. Tho statistical advise wuilam Funeral servlcas for 'Mrs. Cath been arrested for murder. The ma- - and as a sample the poor old "hick" actuated by the following telegram earnestly hope that the first news tho (home of his Mrs. summary of the Department of La- sheet of the National Catholic Wel- Mary E. Sweeney, 8fS East Mar- - bor shows that In tho four months erine Moock, 1011 Ballard street, Jorlty of .right thinking people flre department falls Into a rut and which he received from Dublin: "Ovor 100 Republican prisoners of the breaks up somio of tho department ending In November of last year wldaw of John Moock, woro held would applaud the act fare Council to tho Catholic papers ket street, Jefforsonville. from St. Boni Sheriff In going to tho aid of a apparatus ln every run, No. 7's Incarcerated Jn in Mountloy prison of tho United State will bo an InMr. Sweeney was active In Demo- - 11.708 French came to tho united Thursday morning an spiration to thorn to reflect more cratlc 7)0111103 for years and was a Rtates. During - the same period only face church, of which sho, was BO- - friend in trouble, but Sheriff Ross Company having tho highest batting in Dublin as common criminals, .. T. -T" i. member. . ran vtt.ww linetlln w.rlMoIcmi of nil m tinnrlni M.V.MQX. tnv wmelrn nr many being detained on suspicion .. wl MHill,I.WtJ mwnni . ...ww-- . ........... .. vividly tho spirt of tho church In delegate to many stato conventions. 4.057 returned to trance. twi w..,..V . insn , old and reSTlBCted , . hejc efforts for God and country. Ho served ono term in the City Immigration amounted to 6,099 and smes .nor sister, mtb. iouis iie-- his acts from tho Herald and tne turnovers. A street cleaner or ro- - without charge, have been on a Toll your friends about JJie news Councll and was always active in emigration 2,959. From the North Bert, sho is survived .Dy six sons and other Republican papors, the Cou- - pairer is a rare sight, and tho other hunger strike since Sunday, April servico wo aro now receiving and all undertakings for the a'dvance- - of Italy the Immigration was 2,810 four daughters. and Times, because ho day ono of our old residents, rap- - 4. Thoy demand the observance of pbrsiiado them at least to glvo us a ment of the city's interests. and tho South of Italy 14,691. Tho ijrSi Margaret Sexton, widow of uns nroused tho animosity of Tobo idly passing away, was muttering tho agreement obtained by Bishop It they will do The emigration of these regions was, re- - ltfje iato Patrick Soxton, died Mon- - nerr tho big boss of tho G. O. P., half consciously, "I'll never see pno MacRory and tho Lord Mayor of He was born in Ireland. trial subscription. this, which in tho circumstances wo family came to this country before spectlvely, 5,564 and 54,871. Of day evening, following a long 11- "" H,s defeat of Hert, Searcy and again!'.' Somo of tho watchers Dublin whereby tho English Gov bellevo It is their duty .to do, wo tho Civil War and located at Cory- - tho Polos, 689 camo to tno united n0S3 at tho homo of her son. Pat- - Morrow nt Kraniaoit stiu rnnitics asked tho nurse wnat no meant, ernment undertook to recognize tho arc certain their subscriptions will don, Irid., moving a few years Btates during tho four months' sexton, 516 Cooper street. A ,n their bosom. Tho Sheriff should and Bho told them that tho poor special status of political prisoners. be renewed because of their desire later to Jeffersonvyie. Wltn unris- - pprlod and 1,953 returned to tneir i0yjng and faithful mother and de- - worry. fold man nad sat at tno window xor Several men aro in grave danger and 'crowds nro reciting prayers for In order to boost the local Re- - tho past two years and a half, to have the Kentucky Irish Ameri- tian Baker as his partner, M. A. own country. Of thoso classified as vout member of St. Aloysius administration ing to see tho street cleaning de-- the dying at the gates of tho jail." can regularly. established a foundry on German, 2,200 came to tho United church her passing Is felt as a Publican "reform" Tho telegram was signed by unintentionally partment at worK again in nis Pearl street In 1869. Mr. Baker re- - states and 987 lert. Tno disparity j083 ,by ner n0ghbors and friends, .the courier-JournBut, alas, tho pdor Kathleen Clarke, of the Board of . tired a year later. In, 1876 James n the caso of thoso classified as Sne Js survivej by threo sons, Pat- - furnished two comic supplements neighborhood. FLAN SPRING DRIVE. Tho W. Sweeney, a brother, became a English Is still greater. petor ana Daniel Sexton Sunday, ono with tho comics for old fellow's wish went for naught, Aldermen, and Madamo O'Rahilly At the meeting of Division 4, A. partner, and' in, March, 1881, they migrants numbered 23,589 and tho pun'erai services wero held Wednes - itho kids, while tho other was In tho Many of us can walk around and for tho Republican Prisoners Commagazino supplement and contained never seo a street cleaner, unless ho mittee. 0. H., hold Monday evening in Ber- purchased a largo tract of land at omlgrants 6,684. Tho trend so far ,jay mornmg ' y Removal of all tho hunger la page photo of tho rlflo squad of is busy at ono of the tram! Hall, it was planned to In- Market and Mechanic streets. Mr. shows generally that thero is an - Fhn KAvafonn cops which was a conventions or Phil urown's armory ers from tho Mountjoy prison strik Mrs. Margaret Francjes, ,was . augurate a spring drivo for new Sweeney Is survived by his wife, excess of emigration over immlgra- I...U begun at 5 o'clock Tuesday after" om uuu u ioviub uu ue- - Bcream. dances. members and the applications of six Mrs. Hallio Sweeney, and .two sis- - Won in tho caso of nationalities " presence of' great dispo- - voted wife and mother and held in noon. of In , the Ther0 was our collection prospective members were turned In ters, Mrs. Mary Carroll and Miss predominantly Catholic. Tho ln Catholic circles, yap" motormen and conductors crowds ambulances carried the, first GIVEN IARGE PURSE. for a (beginning: Despite tho bad rrtrrrt T. OMfoanav ft TnffoimnTI- - xlilnn rt frlft nlfATia OAATTia TO hft trt ,ed Su lt3IJUlI. of 4he prisoners at that hour to the j,ny eSAlnBT5ti th? dressed in armor costume, Joan of weather a good attendance was vllle. Funeral serylces wore held at countries where" thoy can work olit ast wn,nut P'roet. Arc Btyei but our Keystoners didn't All A 121.000 purso, the largest per- Mator Mlsericordia Hospital. present, and among the number was St. Augustine's church, attended by their own fortunes under their own J?000.' yH . , poto a v tho hunger strikers or mo companions or Iook John G. McElllott, who statod that more than could igain admission to governmbnts. The oonuitipns wnicn . !'""a son, L. H. Francies, Joan u0 any havo seen in pictures. sonal gift ovor madewas presentod litical prisoners in among the Jail irancies; cleargyman, Mountjoy prevailed bfefdre thq war have been tj,atwo , this wa3 the first meeting he had at- thojadlflce. aaugbtors, Mrs. Daisy Instead they looked like they woro to Bishop MoCort by the Mother of who are considered in danger by . yea'rs, but In The excess of lmmigra- - ll-- . tw tended In twenty-tw- o jure. r.na inwut. .on-- i hntrflmr nnrnns and were Snrmwa' narlsh before ho 10ft tho prison doctor will bo released, FLANS BIO UNION. tion now comes from Northern Eu- - nouier. ana that long space of time had .always tho Lord Mayor Bald tho Viceroy rone. tho ureeKS ana itauans aro Funeral services were head Tuesday hoidIng tho rin0s as thoy used to Philadelphia for Altoona. followed tho doings of the grand ' had Informed him. manipulate "tho goidarn switcning A movement to establish a Na- - flocking back to their' own coun- - mmmufc ni old order, and only business duties 'M""" St. John's church, whore she had ,ron on tho Thero wero rapid developments SIMS A LIAR. Tho writer tells kept him from active participation. tlona,l Catholic Union In .Canada, tries. Major ln connection with .the strike. VisQ .picture portrays Tho auostion of tho Chaplains' long been a devout communicant. us that President S. J. McEHlott and his similar in scone and activities to Hugh Rodman, who count French sent for tho Lord uy tno deatn or Josenn. monro- - Richard Laird and nis overseas Admiral aro now enlisting tho National Catholic Welfare Coun- - Corps undor tho army reorganlza-c- ll years, St. squad. TT AlAri fwrilnltl TinW QTIfl nAmmnnilo thn A Til l r M Tl "nflW In Mayor and later tho military was of the United States, Is meeting tion bill, now undor consideration son, aged twonty-thro- o the aid of every "member in preparencouragement by tho will probably not be Columba's parish . sustains the loss of when Major Laird got overseas, as action in the great war, says Ad- - withdrawn from tho vicinity of ing for a big class and initiation. witir .rL, . 'oonslderabla . n.l1.jtll.H M11 uvc. .1....11-- . Senate, m l.H m.1 1 .nnlHM .JJ..4JI ..M4I1 kuu nnutaiii. uuu ul lia uiuBk jiiuuiiaiui, buui uunu l.n ma Tllwn. DofftmAnf IK- - uiuui oiwo ta t. "atnilc;t?nn1 lint " Mountjoy prison. One of the prisan n uujudvuu uuui l.n uicwm.u HH uuuiiy anil praise iruiu wnuuuta ioil Un '"oi 4.n,vn ".- )..! 3lmn o n o.u,v.k.i..".. trikers RECTORY BURNED. For several faro tho latter left Camp Shelby. Well, we always knew Sims was oners among tho liunger Dominion, according to the has been" agreed upon ln confer.- -j worthy ypung men. tho North Wnet Review, a Catholic ence. Tha Senate end House havo months ho was a natient BUfferer at Others ln tho nlcture never .saw an somo kind of a one, and an old was removed to tho city, hospital in a stato of collapse; Another de 11,2 beon considering separate bills on his home, South Thirtieth army camp. But the real humor of bigot wlh it ,Flre of undetermined orlglng de- journal oi Winnipeg. velopment was tho arrival ln DubHo Is survived by his tho article was that artor a long the subject of chaplains In the street stroyed the rectory at St. Mary's-o- fi lin of General Sir Nevll Macready,, NEW OFFICES. army. In general provisions Ihoy father, Charles Thompson; four description of tho medieval armor, church, four miles north INJURY FATAL. and Strassburg, tho new commander of hto forces in Drs. Harrison aro the same, but the Senate bill Is. brothers, tho Rev. Brother FIdells. etc.. flic says ln speaking of tho of New Albany, on Thursday after "WHAT well known and popuar dentists, Ireland, who i3 expected to to asKevstoners, Injuries received when he fell the moro liberal of the two, and of Leonard, Md,; thd Rev. Father LouIfwiUo noon of last week, For a time the probably be A. J. Thompson, of Fancy Farm, CHANCE. WOULD A BAND OF havo opened offices at 231 South sume, his duties at oileo. . ohuroh, the Sisters' redlence and, lntq tho cellar of hte homo, Nine- - its, provisions will A Central News message from Dub WITH THE Fourth street, whero they will were HAVE threatened. teenth strefet ami Griffiths avenue, largely In tho army Eusrene and Louis Thompson. ROBBERS hall school QUAD?" v.i1a t MunanfnlHr n? all ihrnTirtfiMa nt lin late Tuesday af ternooa , 'de Through efforts of men of the April 7, caused the death Monday organization bill. In any event, a and threa sisters, Misses Katie, LOUISVILLE P RIFLE and clared that the Viceroy had. left the Drs. Harrison Fu That's rich. Isn't it? What dhanco dentistry. community, headed by Louis Straok; are noted for their J question of tho raleaeaof w$ t years pld, and long a rectodber' of chaplains of the army is la serai services with requiem high burglars woiid haye, after the dally strastfrnr Ohlf of the New Albany fire h- - maee ware, new weanetKiay mora- - and niKBUy raign , oi .roDDeries, skiu in tneir proieewon, anu wvoryiriRerfi w tut? prison upcior. prosnwjt. Botn ne. houm an the property was saved. Ksident or the west and,. , LM m the TMtory' 4a yfaeed at H learea a widow.' Mrs. Loratto' ate Military Jiff ah-- Cowalttee ave hwr. the ahuroh belnr- filed with burglaries, aaeaults and murders In patient who'has been under their.of. the. strikers would be wo years rcare Is deiigntea witn tneir worx. rrortnwita,-- it htm aoM.' t; j, agreed that there shall be on moernlag. friends .M relaUvea, our , midst for tho P Jhn R1Ie (MM, The ehttreh was damaged Riley, aad N. C. W. C to the extent of $l,000.tho intense heat cracking tho windows In tho CATHOLIC I POLITICIANS IRELAND I x I clr-cl- .- I al r.i.. f te , , nMil e ,!! . . " 4 I ed ne, Taft-Roosev- elt e. nuto-fce- lf I on n, at Bel-fa- e, ut sol-dne- rs 1 rc-tro- m Key-dark- er Hert-Searc- y vIIIs-Holine- r- ed is - tt at occa-lon- al al "re-wl- fe at-fro- m one-da- ad-a- nu coun-Sween- ey 1,-- sister-in-la- . " i w- . -- . tier-Journ- al 1- jk I hop-Sween- oy I al Hert-Searc- , ( b-- iT Phlla-dolDh- la I rAvm-Boil- "" yM fellow-office- rs 1 A -.- V .I-.- a- .... tha-Kno- bs . inoc-reorat- s - ,. tl a ! . &lfc&tik mm.', ju lr I- -- fc icKNTUoiiry KENTUCKY IRISH flMERI6fiN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. lo the PedOfficially Sodtl and byMotel Advencement Hibernians. Ancient Order of Indorsed ol Irish American! end CalhoUca COMING Vrtf-- a iv 1 54 n AJMn&xzxASi, EVENTS? y AfrtntiWwliI AVrtcti'stt ' Young Men's light excursion on steamer Louis. Club. May 18 Island Queen by Columbia Athletic Mackln Council moon- "The Lass of Limerick Town" A ROMANTIC COMIC OPERA East St, the Modern way CLEANERS AND DYERS OFFICE AND PLANT, 1140-4- 2 S. THIRD ST. . Institute and Catbolic Knights of America. June i and 2 Church of Our Lady CO., IneorpoMtrf.Publlsrtera Thirty-fift- lawn fete on church grounds. KBNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTINO h and Itudd. DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c SUBSCRIPTION PRICEONE ii.i i J ili Mtter. Entered at the Loultvlllo Pottolllce B is af iE "i tr Sccond-Cle- ii BY THE AMnu All Conmmalcatlanj to tin KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 319-32- 1 Wist liberty Street Jf, lililifllll .M'llV I Ba IV .1 .A .A, ST. BONIFACE CHOIR At St. Bpn ace Hall, Fehr Ave. and Jackaon St. Tuesday, April 13; Thursday, April 15; Sunday, April 18 Curtain rises at 8;i5 p. m. Admission 50c. Reserved seats 65c and 75c. Ti fc I 4 yVe Specialize Dresses, Gloves, Velvets, Silks, Laces, pareL in Ladies' Suits, fiRASmjcOUNcTL LOUISVILLE, KY.. COX FOK PKESIDENT. sv N guest of Miss Mary Tlmoney. AS NEAR YOU AS YOUR PHONE Mackln Social Club began their Q 2. OR CITY which the British authorities pre- - series of spring dances with an cn- SOUTH . mi.,. .,. oMi,iiwi fr. lovable affair Tnesdav Avenlne. Thurn is a remarkable growth of 1 ,JIrs- - J- C. Oummins, -who has sentiment in the Democratic party EasUir week; and to give the color u . w. nomination of oov. vox, 01 of reaty t0 thIs pretense they havo um Tina ,as for the Pnpiv . rnfiirnrwl tn Tina fnrtaa ' Ohio, as President at the San Fran picketed all tho Important roads OWa. Cisco convention, and from (present leading into the principal towns of j jj, J. Hawley, who is located at indications ho will bo chosen with- Ireland. No ono knows bettor than Gethsemane, was here tho first of As the Lloyd George that no rebellion, was the week on a visit to his family out much of a contest. v ' Democratic standard bearer Gov. contemplated by tho Irish leaders, ,nud blends. car- and henco it .Is safe to say that ono1, Mr. and,.Mrs. J. C. Cummins, for- -, Cox would have no trouble in Every pair of Glasses that we furnish so thoroughly satisfies the mer residents of New Hope, the purposes of this ; invasion is lnoved lnt0 thelr ncw home- havo rying bis own State, Now York. on wearer that ho recomendj our Eervice to hisiriends. We guaranNow Jersey, the solid South and to convince tho world that condi-- . Cherokee road. tee completo satisfaction. Miss Mario Pfelfter, of 67G Cecil possibly California, the latter more tions in Ireland not only Justify tho Superior Deep Curvo Lenses, with any. mounting in stock, guest surely in the event that the Repub- denial of political justice to that avenue, has as her week-en- d case and cord completo Miss Gertrude Ross, St. Catherine $4.50 licans do not choose Senator John- long suffering nation, but justify Arnrfenw. Small Shelltojc Rims 7Cc Extra tho savago tyranny under which she son. .1 MrsFrances Simms, of Spring- -' Wo fill your oculist's prescription or duplicate your old lenses. Is writhing. Tho outside world, fleId( wag thlg week tho guegt of No charge for examination. howovor, is not likely to be fooled her daughter, Mrs. Frank Blanford, SILLY JL'KOI'AGANDA. by Lloyd George's stage play. It .of South Bayly avenue. The fake dispatches published In knows him now as tho most unscru- Mrs. Rosa Haffner announces tho 1 the American papers claiming that pulous political trickster of his own engagement of her daughter. Miss Germany was 'furnishing tho Irish or any ago, and w 11 not hesitate to WC(ld,ng' wlll be ln June with arms for ammunition for re- conclude that under the guise of The Agneg I of Mlss M Tho marr volt against England 'fool no one, putting down an imaginary reuoi- - Heaney to Miohael J. Moriarlty and is only another scheme of John lion, a wholesale massacre of Irish-.wi- ll take place Wednesday morning Bull to arouse prejudice in this men is intended. Government by as- -i St. Louis Bertrand's church at 7 . country against both Ireland and sasslnation being tho order of the o'clock. in S Fourth LoutsrWe.JQf Medley and 5 Germany. When tho true stories day, tho Irish people will do well to1. MlsB, ?lrdlt Mar, ' I come out of Ireland, and they will exorcise tho greatest control over 1 , . marrlage Wednesday morning'at St. J come, tho world will be astounded inoir outraged iuuuubs, uhu mo (jfi'ia's cliurcn, Rev. Father Fallon at the crimes and brutality of tho more calmly and indifferently they .officiating, British Government. Mrs. M. A. Cooper announces tho look upon tho criminal antics of Lloyd George's trained thugs and as- engagement of tholr daughter. Miss Anna Belle to August HOOVEIl IMPOSSIBLE. sassins the moro surely will they Georgo Krann. Cooper, wedding will Tho top when the storm take place June 22. como out at the Despite press propaganda of the AT LOWEST PRICES. passed. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Kappa anpress, neither the Republican has Tory nounce the engagement of their or Democratic parties will nominate daughter, Miss Dora Kanpa, to LEAGUE A FAILURE. d & T,rifk I flt 94 f fft 43 Tt 1 I X Herbert Hoover for President. His II. Burkhardt. The wedding Amar will take place ln May. long and close association with Since tho first of this month Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ridge, of John Bull will bar him from sup- Japan has captured Vladivostok port of tne American people, who from the Soviet Russians after a Deer Park, have taken a house on tho Bardstown road. Mrs. Charles havo learned to be wary of Eng- battle of eight hours' duration. The G. McGrath will bo with Mrs. Ridge attempt to practically Japaneso havo given out that tho at- unt'l she joins her husband in Lexland Her 415, 417 nd 419 East Market St. steal our ships and the effort to tack on the city was made on ac ington. Mrs. Richard Tafel announces the ag- cancel her financial obligations to count of tho "threatened and this country have warned tho Amor- -' gresslvo acts of ft. portion of the engagement of to 'her daughter, Miss Helen Tafel, Paul F. Schmidt, lean people to put none on guard Russian army." It is also said that of Shelbyvllle, formerly of Louiscity is only ville. No date has been set for the but patriotic Americans. One tasto tho occupation of the h for tho purpose of maintaining or- - wedding. of a President that toadied to ilnr nml flint nn nfirmnnpnt nnnnxn- John Mazzoni and wife sailed wants has been enough. nnn,iwi iiM .t, .ukMuu. aii tMc mnv im last week from St. Johns. 11 N. B.. vftwu j .... u, t'iu uuuuu'ri AAAAAAAAAAAAAirffAft..iAii.fr....i.ii..n...i.i.i.. . . 7 w w w wwwvrv yTyyyyyyyryprryrrrrryyyfyf ww y u .t.Mn. REACH SOLDIER HEART. Tnnnn! accepted with duo reserve r (Europe.tiutn? mui'i'io visit Rome and They will The soldier is the recqgnized occupied Korea on a similar pre may pass through Ireland on their guardian of tho rights of the na tion. Ho Is reported and honored text some years ago and Korea no return trip. Mrs. Edward D. Motten enterby tho civilian as the protector of longer exists as a nation, oven in tho people of the United Slates, and the opinion of thoso who framed tho tained with a luncheon and card WITH the very sight of his uniform is pre peace treaty. Franco has also oc- party at Klein's. Her guests were venting tho red flag of revolution, cupied 8omo German cities because, Mesdames D. J. Duano, Robert Lucas, Bert Menne, J. D. Cooper, which carries with it desstruction. &. INCORTOmA' from flying over our fair land. The In putting down bolshevlsra, tho and William Ludwlg. Hkrm knowledge of his exalted and re- - German Government sent troops John Applegato Rubel, of Leb sponsible duties should thrill tho into tho Ruhr Valley, which is in anon, announces the engagement of o heart of every soldier and brine m, tinroi ,nno nntniiiiaiipri iv fiin his daughter, Miss Edith Rubel, to Hsnie Pfaana City 8472 out all that is noblest and best ln peaco treaty-- . Tnor may b0 trouble DI1,on Edward Mapother, of Res. Horns Shawnee 2000-5. W. Cor: 3d & Main vllle. The wedding will take place of France at any ln tho carly Bummer. over tho Thu nnntMinn nn.iu Mv c Employers' Liability, Boiler, Tornado, Burglary, Automobile, Maybelle Chester has time. The other signatories of the ,j. o, from Bowline Green, where ,?" Peace treaty were not consulted Workmen's Compensation Law a Specialty. h continues to do ww H guest roro ordered to she ,ras Me Among of Miss Eliza- y part toward making tho .cn J.r,oops beth Dodd. tho entertaln- t CONFIRMATION CHILDREN frAAAAAAAAiAAy occupy tho cl Vtobzblr , mmtis glven ln her honor waa a tAAAAAA'Ar ,was hours of "our boys" at Camp Taylor f under SFX2CXAT. OFPEB OUT THIS OUT '5 End Club, both .pleasant, and. beneficial to soul ruo. ?B1ni1 aakcd Mra. b7theWest Bring thli coupon to our atndlo we will make yon Ida M. O'Connor, of Deer and body Recoenlzlnc tho Jcoocl treaty Germany 11x30 ( 33.00. Betrar 7x11 folder and one large photo ln and folder ln aepla for six phctoa 1x4- ( Permission to send an armed forco Park, has announced tho engage- T .lar price $8.00 without coupon. t work tho club had done at the camp , ment 0f her daughter. Miss Grace J A. J. BSU&XNO, Photographer 'O'Connor, to Georgo Wallace. during 1918-1tho authorities re- - lnt0 h0 non". LOUISVILLE, KY. ' ven' Tho J 428 W. MARKET ST. take place to be responsible for T8ta"f8 ye'0qu,tef tb French the latter part of this month, ? T a certain number of recreation oven- - ?ho signatories to Mr. and Mrs. John This resnonslbll- - l8 worrylnS tho other may involve nounco the engagement E. Carr an- peace treaty, for it SECOND AND CHESTNUT of their ami so creditably the ,n th(j troublo whJch th(jy Uad daughter Miss Gertrude Annletta . IRQ IViUn, U ITUUK William KUOII. "io ma ruuificu mull Ulllico luui ... - ,,, o. wnrlnlntr will tnlrn nlnnn nt Qt both chaplains and officers havo be ..v, J and Japan are mem- - prancia 0f Rome church on June 24.' Both Franco stowed high commendations upon League of nations. Butj bers them. Last week they had tho un- - 4tmt of tho rtf nnnm tn llOVA TirOVOTl- t- rt Miss Catherine QfHancock, who is Ilorun City 3fiS 387 Ciimh. 0102 HTor)w'aTnlA Innn cflirlnf of expected honor of entertaining two,.., , ,. .,.,. nn Woo,is. nftnr Torrn rnt0 nmi wn kir rAAAAA A A AAA A A AAAlkdistinguished guests, Gen. Summer-al- l, part without consulting the Tulnco Commander of Camp Taylor, their other members of tho league. In aml Mr TrAn(,pi. WpBf nimnttinf ., SWW1,UW Gen. Snow, Chief of Staff from w..( and eamo eagerness for street, Jeffersonville, returned to Washington, both of whom express fact, there is the reaamess Come To "THE HOUSE OF OPTICAL SERVICE" to taito uer siuaies saturaay. conquest, tho same deep appreciation for what the ed j; Mr. and M. j. H. Heslin of ovory clrcura8tnnco f Eyes always tired, hoadaches, whole system affected, comfort is doing at the camp. nounce the marriage of their daugh- individual na- - ,srat may Have your eyes examined, see me at once, don't to But a duty of lovo 7nf "8 nAtrri.hnr T MI"8 Ho1 M- He3n. to Bernardo sacrificed? glasses perfectly, assuring perfect comfort to the delay. I fit I IHTRICATlV wearer. The cere-thwhich they have b'een privileged Is "on at tho expf0M ".' otta haa. My prices aro reasonably, give me a trial and I will convince you. place at St Charles WS world very much If mony took i.hnn.1, care oi me auar linens and tho Tn0 rtnrrnman tho ISrrriAiTv rf,nio. adorning of the altar for tho Sun- - u hag changed lt at all. With tho Mr. and Mrs. Lynch will, after a day masses. Tho club members Truo Volco w0 ar0 inclined to. think trip West, reside In Chicago, There is a Scientific Appliance "House of Optical Service" Jeweler and Optician VVflaa, ' A. serve breakfast on Sunday mornings tnat Jt lB just Miss Antoinette Simon entor-weu tnat tn0 or Remedy for Every Foot 228 WEST JEFFERSON STREET for the soldiers who receive holy TInltnr1 otntea kont out 0f the whole talned her 500 club Saturday after- " III or Deformity. N Consult ' CATTipnAV addtt 17 loon' ass ...vmimwjii, m.u i.,,uyj tona Ja uurreu OglCSDy, or lTCSvisiting at Danville, the John E. Browne la etlll confined to his .home on Zano street with a severe attack of rheumatism. Feathers and Men's Wearing Ap AUTO WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER ALL WORK down ,,, al ono stroke a rebellion, BASEBALL OPENING 7ft I - . I QUAIiaDY 2.3 A.KCI SERVICE) Satisfaction In Eyeglasses - r I . With the professional season open and amateur teams waitfng for the gong, baseball is at fever heat More amateur baseball will be played around Louisville this sea son than ever before, and every player with fair ability can get on ! I & 4MD . W SaVA&' Gay-lan- some team 1$ We are ready with a big stock of I I I Uniforms, Gloves, Mitts, Bats, etc Ask for catalog and sample book. II Hip'h Class FurnitiirA I I Carpels, Stoves and Ranges, .nil Engs-lis- , 1.. ,1. iHSjJ .H J fJAMES GREENE1I DON'T FORGET THAT tftff THOS. J. DOLAN Carpenter Dudley Fire Insurance Gray -- Von Allmen Sanitary Milk Co. PURE .. THE HOME OF u ASK YOUR MILK IS Louis-manhoo- d. Tr,, off-dut- J GROCERS." ed 9, "ilnlnlLS IT AT McGEARY DRUG STORE G15T - . v.h7v!lnt' ,.. .- I J DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE t ZlnfT -- - - -- HH HtHHtM4iWWTTt4WMw L. N. PaEARLMAN'S StxK V"1 an-cl- ub I nt "' - Instant Relief and Perma . .i-nn- .i nt cr,in nent Comfort For Foot Trouble Sufferers BaH LaviVsaV Easter day of 1920 was a memora- bio ono to our Catholic soldiers the camp. The mass at 9 o'clock, win me hqy. isiuruuce niBgiua u celebrant, was granuiy ueauuiui and Inspiring, as befitted tho greatest of feasts. Tho club choir of sixty vplcos, supplemented by live violins, mandolins and "piano, ron- music, whose strains the joy and peace and hope that tho Resurrection brings to earth. Thirty soldiers received and civilians the number dlateiy after hostesses at . . l0 that u was 8Upp0sed to ratnor a breeder of now but wars. It has already shown that It jg a jjft (ajure, worW peaco Mary Elizabeth club are Misses Campbell. Kathorino Hasselwander, Geneva Clephas. Margaret Brocar, Mary Kelty, fiVUlU Catherine Quire, Antoinette Simon. QUEEN'S DAUGHTERS. ito '6?Hfrqg,g,giS0frHti0300 T 3ft Spring li Here and Tii Time to Get Out Your Car. Be Sure Your Battery Is In Good Condition. LYON-NEVIT- Dr. S. D. Tbtth. Peiiatrist, Foot Specialist US S. Fourth, Me Courler-Jesnal OtToe Btdfc Buein Hie Dp FORTY nOURS DEVOTION. mass, in Forty Hours Devotion wiu iogin meeting of tho Kocharglag At ttoo 5ix oils $28 and at St. Paul's church, Pleasure Ridge Quoen's Daughters on, Friday Park, tomorrow morning at the lata noon of last week, the following mass. ExelEs will consist of high Jeers were elected for the ensuing sermon evening, STORAGE BATTERY CO. INOORPOIUTBD 527 Mouth Third Street. ftjG, Eighteen " . Itepairing Twelve Volts, 40.45 BLUE GRASS GARAGE "THE OLD ARMORY" S35-37-39-- 41 No'w Open For Bualxiesa (Incorporated) Months' Guarantee ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF ' fee and rosary, 'Mra M. Dew,berry. Hecordlr Lea left, wmit. q. rtumio open. I lione City 2904. to benediction in the even- - or-vtand ..,. . 111. kf mhhImh mD wero ras, wim yiummvu ui 4li a TllnoBArl mass me giris Laffan, Miss Marcaret Corre Sacrament at tho close on Tuesday sponding Secbetary. breakfast to tho sol- - OVenlng. t Treas. Miss Elizabeth Baufror, Ol TloUn.'a Pn.inof. ure?. aClve Club tho day will ever be a "COME BACK." INCORPOKATBD Mrs. Mrs. E. J. McDermoit, happy recollection that in their Thomas Mapother and Mrs. J. H. ''WILTON JELLICO," "PIONEER STRAIGHTtlREEK," The Columbia Athletic Clut had a" Metcalfe. Directors. faumWe way they were privileged to for 'como back'" night Monday beip in the Master's work. "TAYLOR WESTERN KENTUCKY." WEDDINGS OF INTEREST. thoso members who havo been abPresident sent for some time. Threo wedding of more than MASSACRE INTENDED. Both Phones 315. 315 Guthrie Street. Brueggeman was olated over the ro-- usual Into-etook place this week promises many more at Hagan Miss past .tpgland has i,u,- suit, ,.which rm,.irojnv nlcht thlneairf New, Haven. nhnrioa Julia whitoo. T. .T. MOKROWt WwnwgiT. .T. McTfOHE. AHt. Wgr. For weeks . iheWrv VKVMWHt of a1.M WTW V., vHr tUl)UlW " truwiiHg! 'irqops jaio irumuu, uum were ne.pt numntjng wnen . xne vllle were married on TiiBnv. nn ELECTED DELEGATE. James A. Thornton, Grand Knight mw aha has' more soldiers in that friends of the club, the members, Wednesday Miss Mabel Bowling New Albany Council, Knights oj of the council, Is a delegate by virIr wives and. children attended a the bride of Harry Head, ot ooamtrytkaa. there are1 men of mill- 41.niaElc entertelnoieat that Baldy Akron, O., and on Tuesday Miss Columbus, elected Postmaster John tue of his office. The Kev. William ,l n lt ul6 M Bronger led and that was enjoyed Mrxaret Howard and. Jesse Hub- - A. Cody delegate from the coun- P. Selbertr, rector of St. Mary's ui- - oy ow mcieew m i Hie ' el.bTd, of Hodgeavllle, were parried cil to the State convention, which church, and William J. Reeeaver OTerybody , will be held te "InJbuaayelle la May. were elected alternates. J . forth WBioo of yntUiiK botwe Mkf' I1M. IM iae,VKUKJtia lojni. men holy communion, tho who received bringing maS8 fifty-eigh- t. Immo-(serm- on I at 7:3o o'clock SS at 7:30, rosary, sor- th? wffi and procession, and M;s E Mra J M SS"- H Buscherneyer, W H' Monahanf prudent, Mre. J. MA(0 --iLAm tTglL STORAGE SOUTH SEVENTH STREET AUTOMOBILES STORED SPECIAL ATTUTIQN TO THEATER STORAGE 25 CTS. AID WASHED AIL MEN M CHAISE EXPEJilENCEft. BATTEItY Oit) I - 8400-IiHtOIV- ED 3VTc&ixx 1040 ., Vkt Piw. .!,. ".. 0 Byrne Speed Coal Corporation KJ1. IJUWW, PTHMttt Hi MHtfH. P. IAKMN, Hi TrtM. ;P. BANNON PIPE CO. Sewer ; st aaf Calvert Pip. laaaea's Pat at Lie4 Pipe far Staaaa Ceaaalu, Wall Capiat Brala Tilt. Vltrldea Rrkk. Liatatf, Ftra Brica Grata aa lellar Til, Fir Clay, Cklaaaay Tapi. OPFICB 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. PHONES CITY ;CUMB. MAIN 807. 873-178- . f M I . J. fir Praatatf, Flaa be-ca- mo W tia "w m; 1 l"' -4 rstt, WORKS-Thlrt- Mtk aa48rekIar'4B mmi ttttttk mmi Mataalla. ',) , X JKUaMJOBT h t IRISH USkEEXlfeXOASr. ' NO-SKI- D STOP ' SLIPPING--WEA- R 3111. SQUEEGEE H.Gv. JOHNSON, DISTRIBUTOR. HEELS Home Phone City 312 Realty Bldg., Louisville, Ky, RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. fiELSABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Renders of the' Kentucky Irish American nre earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they lind In these col urns. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. SWISS CLEANING . Drs. Harrison and Strassburg' a Specialty of AU Branches of Dentistry. Wo Use All Modern Appliances in the Elimination of Pain. Wo Maka MEN'S SUITS' WITH MINOR REPAIRS FREE SAVES BUYING. OF MACARONI SPAGHETTI EGG NOODLES 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed A. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. Inc. SWISS DYEING LEADS AND PLEASES. PBNDENNIS HOME TELEPHONE INCORPORATED , Phono City 4503 Phono City 4503 COMPANY SHULER AXLE MANUFACTURING INCORPORATED SWISS MKKT CLEANERS INCORPORATED AND DYERS E LOUISVILLE j COMPANY Automobile, "Motor Truck and Trailer Axles. GENERAL 0PPI0E8 & FACTORY Local and Long Distance PneM Parkway 2 South 90S JONES AND N STREETS LOUISVILLE, KT. OFFICE 617 SOUTH FOURTH. HIDNKY PLANT 909 SOUTH SIXTH ST. BARRETT". JLONU CHAPLAIN We Tailor Your Coat, Suit, Dress or Shin PL.BJASING INDIVIDUALITY JKBBJ iri JewtJry S1DNEH 08 W. JeCer- - MEGLEMRY-WARPhones 3245, Main D INCORPORATED COMPANY H C03 SOUTH FO.URTH AVENUB. or City. COMPANY I'lW UN ob St. T. B. TAN? 508-01- DAIRY J. M. BUCKNER TOBACCONIST laoorparatet. 0 WHOLESALE) NATUROPATH A. LOSE At Pueblo, Col., Rov. Regis Bar- the St. irett, O. S. B., Is now at Leander Priory, whero ho celebrated the late mass on Palm Father Regis was discharged as a Major from Camp Zachary TaylorKy. The rank of Major was given to him in recognition of his During services at Camp Taylor. the flu epidemic last year Father Regis made himself invaluable at the camp by his resourcefulness and energy, and endeared zeal and himself to the men and the officers alike. Father, Regis will remain at the priory for the present' and assist Very Rev. Walter Stohle, rector. Sun-da- y. ' and Storage JTrtlght Traaafer la Loulcrllla waata your builnass. Do you know wa have from It to 15 outalda clerks locatad rirht at ths varloui depot to takaoara -of your wantaT W art tha thorized and bonded tramf.r ra.a for all railroad at Louisville. Lara-ea-t T rwiK.iiiir n Moving, AkAAAAAkAAAkkkAAAkkAAAAAAAAAAkAkAAk CONNECTIONS DISTANCE DYEING HI 1 i CLEANING SOUTHERN 4201 SOUTHERN DONE BY EXPERIENCED, CONFIDENT MEN AND MODERN MACHINERY. FACILITIES TO SERVE THE MOST PARTICULAR Wo Call For And Deliver Your Suit PRESSING M DRY CLEANERS CLAUDE MILLER, Manager 651-- J t 1 PARKWAY Park 124; South Park 124; South Plenty-COAL-Pl- enty 651-- 3 MnaHRMMM EYXS l86SEvffJiiFt23 tested OI.ACSES B&CsSHHkLiilil FITTED Tradewater Lump HfedgflSlfcStf TRINlffY BOWLERS. CUMB. PHONE, MAIN 2481 ' The annual spring reunion of One week of warm weather does Both Phones 4202 away with a slight cold. Hot baths Trinity Y. M. I. bowlers will bo held in the green room of the Tyler Ho- - Mva yonz bora aa adaoatton VuA wu a heavy cold. do the same JOHN B. O'LEARX & CO. prapare xox tuaNat. Jewelry & Leather Shop' baths (steamwith electric batns) Hot tel next Wednesday evening at 7:30 reor aeaaquarters for move any cold before pneumonia or o'clock. Prizes for the 1918-192- 0 507 WEST WALNUT ST. COLLfcQE winners in the Trinity League will ST. XAVIER'S PROPERTY Opp. B. F. Keith's National Thoatre pleurisy, etc., set In. AND FARM OTTY bo awarded. The following will re111 IT. Broadway, boalsrUla, Ky spond to toasts: John L. Sullivan, Gee us about anything In real CHEAPEST IN TOWN ON DIA- Oonduoted by the Xaverlaa Brothan MONDS, WATCHES, RINGS, Leo "How to Win a Pennant;" state. We sell, buy and rent. ana scienuno uuiiehi JEWELRY, SUITCASES, Sdhuster, "The Track Was Too ,'laaalcal.PreDaratorr Department, Lara- teurane. GO 4 W. JEFFERSON ST. mpowfci h4 Abntnnil Hills ScjHtfflMlty Trtatu Muddy;" TRUNKE, ETC. . Luvisl, "How to Jwjmtnlng Pool, Well Bqulpped Ernest Some Phone City 4464. lum. . Tarma rooaeraio. Win Or. Uriah Z. Lltsey George Games Wlhtout Opposition;" iro Baajamin, Lltterer, "My Speed ComBEE POOLEY FOR MONKY. THE VERY BEST SOOTH WENZBL ST. 334 East Market Street 000 Wert Main, Street Louisville, Ky. W7Z?tt. $5.75 Trade water Nut $5.75 Rrj-S$7.00 SHKH2UVaKaWHD BEASOZT- - Jellico Lump mmaKmMISuffiMm pbioes able West Virginia Lump $7 00 ZmmumkmBaMfmMaa Straight Creek Lump $7.00 DR. JOHN P. BECKER Per Ton of 2,000 Pounds HyHDKfl H best SEBVXCB on - 315 Starka OaiIl!ai. Ttiirk Floor Fourth and Walnat OPTROMETRIST. PhoaeCitr II SO Delivered Anywhere. Stamps Free. Trading FRANKEL COAL CO. CORNS,BUNIONS Cuiropo4iBt PRICES THR yci-i;,rj!r- a Twelfth a'nd Wilon LOWEST City 2HO South 273 THE SIGN OF QUALiTl ii&nra Mil East 180 IHNTUGKY LAUNDRY CO. maorporated 814-02- Loans to those having regular or salary, with no publicity to housekeepers r rod tape. Loanssecurity. a their personal F. R. POOLBY, Building, geom 1, Courier-Journ415 S. Fourth Street. al es EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS Borne Phone Shawn HENRY GOSS 101 "SOUTHERN Morning" STAB" DE MICHAEL'S DELICIOUS Harry J. pared to Timmel's;" Hennessy, "Cussin .Will Not Help;" Sec Us In Our New Location Pete Bauscher, "How to Bull 'Em Capt. Al F. Martin will Down." and Adam Both Pbores act as toastmoster Schneider will bead the reception BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY committee. 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET EAT MORE OF Phono City 6574 comply wrrn ruling. 507 Starka BniUbu GUNN'S 3 ladernill St. . Dearborn Manager Bpst SLICED BACON "All Ready for Your Griddle la the HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. Incorporated DEAD ANIMALS Roofing, Guttering, Bpoottag rin Roofs Repaired and Paint. Asphalt Shingles a Specialty eofl W. Broadway, Louisville. Rj GLOBE ICE CREAM AND BRICK CREAM Wo Give a Special Price For Parties. GIVE US A TRIAL 1551 WEST KENTUCKY STREET aoth Phones 2406 , SIOHEST CASH PRICES SECURITY & LOAN OH Incorporated. A. Lazar, Manager PAID Money Advanced on Your Plain Hot Call Homo Phono City Comb. Phone Main 721. 721; Weekly Savings Club South you to Inspect their modern, According to a cable dispatch Invites Garage before LOUISVILLE RENDERING. d keeping. ilomo Phono 2550 from Rome, which is credited to the you enter your car for safe ujuu NATIONAL HATTERS lor city or wain Telepnono WILLIAM SCHMEIDER Associated Press, Pope Benedict Special Bate. BAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES JNO. P. MORTON & CO will deliver in May a pronounceLouis A. Brorlng. D. D. S. 325 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Preston and Ormsbj' ment on the Irish question in its INCORPORATED All Kinds of Footwear For the Hardware, Paints, VamiNhes, political and religious aspects. The B. WATHbN JOHN DYERS AND CLEANERS Whole Family pronouncement will bo made on the Glass. Established 1820 - Louisville, Ky FURNITURH MOVING AND HAMBLyS Store occasion of the oanonizaztion of GALL FOR AND DELIVER Two Wo Solicit Your Patronage cAVAnfpnntVi nHrflp OFFICE OUTFITTERS PACKXNO City f7C8 1 South 2377 century "Pliinlfntt ffin Armagh and STARKS BUILDING. Home Phono, City 1931 Shaw. 1716 SMtfe and Portland. Archbishop of PRINTER City 7164 STATIONERS 18th and Magazine Primate of Ireland. All tho Irish 680 South TwentySlmlai W. Mark Salaa, Pros. fBIshop3 will journey to Rome for J. O. Jacobs. Seo. and Trtan PXOFXiX'S PSOVZ9VHT AMOXAXI WM tS4 Shawnee 1936 and pilgrims the canonization, xncorporai.u L. GRAUMAN & CO. LONG DISTANCE HAULING also are expected from America and MIUmm Ww Organism by Liro wire rubber liccl salesman, European countries. CO. ' Incorporated & AX commission basis. Apply CALLUS FOR START ONE THIS MDHTH WITH TH GOES TO RESST. a rar&Uur and Otfcsx Twumi INCORPORATED Dealer Za AU Xtada of Offlea aafl Proprt7 M tore rirtnrea, Safaa, Caaa Baft. TnE SQUEEGEE HEEL CO, LOVXII SATXI tara, Show Caaea, Ooaatera, The death of Bernard Kleer, 705 Louisville Bank SlielTtllff, Eto. MILL AND COLEMAN BU1LDIN0) 812 Realty Building. street, took place from East Ninth B. H. COR. THIRD AND JHTTBHBOI' 810 WEST MAXV BXBHBT St. Mary'a parish, of New Albany, PBonea H Both Fourth and Central Avenue. FACrORY SUPPLIES Home Phone. City 1818 Res., Shawnoo 1863-- L an ld an respected resident. Be- City 6910 FOR ALL PURPOSES aiaes nis wiaow ne is survivea Dy Home Phone, City 4300 four sons and three Co. They are Joseph, Bernard, daughters. Kentucky Consumers Oil Company Wo Buy Rags, Scrap Iron, Metals, Cumb. Phone, Main 3580-John and Rubber and Paper Stock Kentucky Watch Crystals Fitted 20c Incorporated Charles Kleer; Mrs. Emily Dieck-ma- n loulRvillo Watch and Jewelry Repairing and Mis Edna Kleer, of New Hubbuch Sr. & Son LOUISVILLE WASTE GENERAL TRANSPORTATION, Albany, and Mrs. Margaret Constan-tln- City 6299 Directors Main 1146 The Radius Jewelry Shop TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND MATERIAL 00. His funeral of Jeffersonv,ille. Dealers in "HAYRH)E PARTIES" WIELAND-0RUT0HECO. 408 SOUTH FOURTH AVE. londay morning with toon piace WEST JEFFERSON ST. Embalmers. requiem high mass, hto church be1129 WEST MAIN STREET Incorporated WALL PAPER AND RUGS Next to Rex Theater Homo Phone, City 1109 ing filled with friends and relatives. Open Evenings Until O P. M. Telephone 1022 G A,R AGE FALLS CITY HALL BLDG.. LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY WISn HER LUCK. IRISH GIRLS FniST. Columbia Trucks Garford Trucks 8 OOO EJ. WEST MARKET ST. EAST MAIN STREET 6 Miss Camilla L. Detert, whose City 866 West 866 Homo Phone, City 834 The Associated Press sends out the Main 2582 won high City 2582 Repairing. Used Cars services at Camp on I0HN B. RATTERMAN commendation andTaylor was inde news that more than 1,000 girls be- Storing and Service Day and Night who & lor Sale. Roofing Co. what Is M. J. STRIEGEL & CO. fatigable in her work for the Tuesday inaugurated great Influx of , prove a Incorporated Louisville Catholic War' Council and lieved will frbm Ireland. Tho girls, President, and (Mrs. M. F. Atz, City Elevator and Warehouse Roofing-- Guttering and Spouting Immigrants PUNERAL DIRECTOR SKYLIGHTS AND GALVANIZED tho Visitation home building fund most of whom TTov PINE CLOTHES FOR MEN AND on the arrived j, fa nil V w. IKON WORK to ac- steamship Baltic, went to the homes President of tho Ladles' Auxiliary, campaign, loft last week YOUNG MEN O. H., both of New Albany, spent 2114 WEST MARKET STREET cept a position In Washington. Miss of friends or relatives In New York A. first of tho week In Indanapolls. The Home of "Quality Feeds". nnnw nKPAiniMn amh a vww. Furnishings and Caps the popular with all City, and the Rev. Anthony Detert became PAINTING A SPECIALTY. 122 N. FOURTH ST. AND While there they attended the quar 419 WEST JEFFERSON STREET 313 N. FIFTEENTH ST. S. E. Cor. Reutlingcr and Struck Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland classes at the Catholic War Coun of tho Home for Irish Im- terly meeting and Initiation of too ell headquarter here, and all wish migrant Girls, said their arrival eleven IndlanapollB ' 0 Steps From Fourth Count 'Em I We 11107a. divisions and her the bost of luck In her wider wouid help relieve the shortage oriwero .. .&. ihonor guests or tne county sphere of usefulness. Only seven girls "woro'BoaTd on Sunday. domestics. While in tho ! iuia I- -t Otty Matt oeUluea for raiiure to meet tne Hoosler capital they were given a VINCENTJANS immigration requirements, includ- - cordial welcome and mado a grati,,nS the literacy test, whereas fying report of the progress of Tomorrow afternoon a1 barred aliens at Ellis Inland (have their order in Southern Indlna. conferences of the St. beeQ avebaging from 3 to 6 per -- . Paul Society will bold H TOLEDO TOMORROW. "i cent, of arrivals. Immigration "were terly general anootlug AL. S. SMITH, PROP. at the thorities said many Irish girls au Knights of. Columbus Hall, and all anxious to come, to tho United Bill Cl'ymer and his troublesome members who can are urged to at- - c,lu, K,lf htfVrn it hni hun Columbus team depart after this LOUMVILLa. K , H. OHHWTNUT tend. Reports on the work for the a 71 hfnin n afternoon's game and Roger first quarter of the year will bo ports. and his rejuvinatod Toledo read and new members received club will bo hero tomorrow for a into the society. The address will GREAT CLASS. BOTH PHONES 810. by Rev. Father bo delivered series of four games, this being the home stay. Cly. the William Peberl, O. M. C, pastor Five hundred candidates, tho end of team Colonels' that they are in proved Tomorrow greatest of St. Peter's church. ever received In mer'a SOUTHEAST CORNER" SIXTH AND ZANE ST5. form, 6and Toledo surmorning the different conferences one class, number Initiated Into the be will 1529 WEST MARKET STREET in a. Daughters of Isabella In the ball- prised the Indianapolis fans by its will receive holy communion bpdy at their respective churches. room of the Chamber of Commerce, Btrength. The unknown strength shown has at Cleveland, O., Sunday, April 25, to many DELIGHTED AUDH3NCES. Degree work will bo In charge of causedrevising of the dopesters and their predictions, begin L. Brady, Grand Regent of year Two largo and delighted au Mrs. E. M. tho race In the Association this Court ought to be a corker. As for our ! diences witnessed the nresentation Clark, Cleveland, and Miss Helen Monitor. of the comlcv opera, "The Lass ot .CoIonelB, they look fit and ready, -rniniBBT.INn UiTO- 3S?! in Llmoripk Town." at St. Boniface the only weak feauro being the hit- wui nnfvium ou BARDSSTOWN. 'ting strength of our outfielders, Hall, on Tuesday and Thursday niffyts. Every member of the com: and Acosta, and local fans 122? WEST MARKET STREET, Mr, and Mrs. Nathaniel Wickliffo MeekB like to Bee Meoks given a pany scored, and it is exnected .that would Halstead, of Bardstown, announce, thorough trvout. Betzel, Ktrke, tho hall will be taxed to its and capacity when the excellent opera, the engagement Meyers Wortman Mnssev, , ir Is given its final production tomor-bitters this should be, erstone. of FraaUfort, formerly of season, the consistent ' row nltrht. Thonn taMne- nar am shortsop coming :; , The wedding wlllr take hack strongs little if we were Cap . the members of St. TkmlfiLCA choir. Louisville.May. and ?' place In IAOTM while the musio wiH be by the St bfal we would try Ltwnar or anv Boniface orchestra, all under the' other heaw bittinft, outfielder In Cumb. Mala tit)lt.- 8M Cly MM : .visrroRs; , dlrrotloa ot Prof. Anthony Motolen- Acosta's ntere to give" Meoks full f OatiMWtoB) Coiy, County opportunity-t- o Mm. 9 CO. fire-proo- 812 West Jefferson strew (Second Floor) Home Phone City 2967. REUTLINGER & CO. Adolpli Routllnger FIRE INSURANCE TORNADO, LIABILITY AND 123 SOUTH Many Catholic prelates of the Both Phones 3211 United States will visit Rome this C. J. SCHNEIDER, JR., Manager J, pjyTiTh a recent ruling of tho church directing tho prelates to visit tihe Holy See at least once in five years. In view OOUZTXBT EtKJS OUB SPEOIAXTY of the present position of America 456 SOUTH FIFTH STREET In the world affairs it Is felt that LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY the visits of the American prelates to Europe will , have a great bearing on stops toward safeguard- THE DUNLOP MOTOR ing international peace. COMPANY - MEAT MARKET ----- SCHNEIDER'S Livestock Market South of the Ohio River EitafcUjsea 1850 Designs & Estimates Furnished LIBERTY BLOW Mechanical Air Engineers Manufacturers and Erectors ot DUST COLLECTING SYSTEM Wo Make a Specialty ot Pipe BOURBON S.TOCK YARD COMPANY Incorporated O. PIPE WORKS Work for , PLATE GLASS THIRD STREET BENEDICT AND IRELAND. f, M2 SOUTH TBXBD 8TBBSS steam-heate- BIBCH, Qonaral Maaaaer Johnson and Main Streets LOUISVILLE, ICY. AXi HEATING & VENTILATING G44 EAST JEFFERSON ST. LOUISVILLE, KY. DENTIST 900-90- I WU-kmo- ws WANTED Sullivan Transfer NEILLLA VIELLE SUPPLY Oil and Crease A Joseph H.B0SSES0N Funeral and BWOADWAC e, R 001-00- 3 1120-112- 124-12- Oscar Farmer A-o- Sons Pearce I i & '"rll Oro-ga- n, -- ItfL. Funeral Director and Embalmer D. BJlX de-vtl- IS? GRAN W.SMITH'S SON! Funeral Director i ". 7-- ,,,,', ,, n- Bres-naha- and Embalmer! THOMAS KEENAN can!, luviiooa mid-seas- J. J. BARRETT'S SONS! FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. ,& Vfcv.vtavAiAVVl' 11 j..-- . EaLt alalia MMiiii,iiiiiiniiinMiiiiiiiiiiiniiiniiniini DOUGHERTY & McEWOIT i - tSSI' r Funeral Directors and Embalmers HHONB8. : r -- wftoo? - ' " iWMttlMMIIHlHit'1IMmHMMMMMMII ,o V" W'S J., . iEnpjL?Jt3JS?Y' IRISH AMERIOAX: Herman Straus fOURTH AVCWUt ltt34&444&4rt44&44Q444Q4 jBACONasoH1 -- ""Incorporated 5urety Coupons. We Qive and Redeem INVEST NOW! DON'T PROCRASTINATE We are offering you an opportunity to get in on the ground floor, as only a small portion of our stock will be sold at pan We are going to make Motor Cars in Louisville, We want to dispose of. our stock issue immediately in order that all of our efforts may be devoted to manufacture. There is no PROMOTION stock, ho preferred stock, no bonds, no debts. We assure every investor an absolute square deal. Mail your checks, phone, write or call: . . iNCOVPOaAreO sons J I MARKgT STMCT We Give and Redeem Gold Tradlntr Stamp. DO YOU KNOW AS0U7 OUR CONFIRMATION HOUSEHOLD CLUB PLAN ? iSi m A Convenient and Dignified Hethoa of Purchasing XI..1,n1A T?nntrmrkti nn Defatted Payments, Tho oatstaadiHg SUITS FOR BOYS NORFOLK SUITS, ALL-WOO- L BLUE SERGE, AT features of this method are f Ha coRTealeace la making parchascs without any considerable outlay of cash. Tho advantage of buying oa tho Clab Plan during our various sales AT SALB PRICES. "Whatever is tho price of tho goods to a cash or a charge customer, that is also the price to a Household Club Plan customer. There is positively no advance. Tbero are no 'confidential arrangements." It is conducted upon an open basis with a fixed schedulo df rates. The first payments and the monthly payments are tho samo to all. $13.50 - $18.00 White Shirts and Blouses! To Go With Confirmation 4 Suit, $1.00 $1.25 $1.50 f SURETY COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS a(BgttttttMftitftttttttt't'ft New Lines of White Goods and Laces foe Girls' First Communion and Confirmation Wear. Both Phones 1323 II il tfrtt.frttt' What will Auto Delivery i; Will the beneficiaries under your life insurance policies be experienced enough in hnan ;; !I JOHN M. MULLOY 212 WEST MARKET STREET. Become Of i; Your Life cial matters to safely invest the proceeds or use them to best advantage? Or, is it not likely HIGH GRADE COFPEE i Insurance? X that they may be tempted into making investments that are alluring but Unsafe? !. Preferred Motor Car Co. INCORPORATED Preferred Motor Car Co. LOUISVILLE, " KY. Ha. ifMar VwTUJBr LOUISVILLE, KY. be sure that the money will be used to sustain and 2 tect your heirs. Bv makinc this Company trustee under your life insurance policy, as many wise men have done, yoli can I Please send data without to myself regarding above proposition. lb Tea, lb Coco, lb Bilking Powder Extract, partubo Pie Filling Egg Mitt (SO eggs for 25) Coffee 40c to COo 80c to $1.25 40e 30c to COo 25o 25o SOe pro- - Preferred Securities FISCAL AGENTS. Co. LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a total deposit of more than $13,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by thi people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. Namo ....: ' Street City :... .'. .'. 1 Fidelity and Columbia Trust Co. Columbia Building 608 Republic Building UNDER THE BIG CLOCK CANDIES MARKET AT SECOND SODAS Fourth and Main. The Oldest Trust Company in the South. Representatives wanted everywhere. . "YOU'LL FIND IT WORTH WHILE" TO BAT IN A BASEBALL Sun., Mon., eSeeoee0ef JEEFERSON SWEET SHOPf e9 l 2 Standard Dairy Lunch House Incorporated THE HOUSE OP QUALITY AND QUANTITY Variety of Dot Dishes, Pastry, Homo Made Pies, Cakes, Moats Hi Tues. and Wed. ; "WEFHESTM THE WORLD" , TRY W&mYSrm 'LtA"PPt ti "THE PILL THAT WILL" (The House of Mirrors) JEFFERSON THEATER BUILDING AMERICAN CIGARS CUT-RAT- LOUISVILLE vs. E TOBACCO STORES TOBACCOS I $10 SOUTH FIFTH STREET In Middle of Square i U li IJ li II 11 X IIIHI n imirES REASONABLE 004 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Near Drondtvay PROMPT SERVICE uvrrruu dj 1 ' I ?re& Sfti.ftPlj TOLEDO o'clock. on sale at Buschemeyer'i. Game called it 3 Reserved Seats new HENRY C HCRR t.ouisvtLLet n.y. y f Ncvy MONCRIEF FURNACES 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. b9E3bV iiwv moderate: prices Business Management Everything Positively Sanitary WORLD BlSI HOT AII FURNACE ar Willard Cafeteria EXCELLENT FARE Opposite Court House R. C. STILLWELL, Business Manager MEAX.S SERVED They worjc like a charm. Every box sold to satisfy -or your money refunded. in 25-ce- nt NO RAISE IN Sj0SSS PRICES. mCORPORAXED For Sale by Your Druggist The following prices are just and allow us only a fair profit packages. WHY PAY MORE? Our Service and Workmanship Are A No. 1 Men's 2 Piece Suits, $1.50 Suits Pressed. Only Men's 3 Piece Suits, $1.75 SOc Guaranteed and Free Service A Fivc-YcBond with every furnuco. PAY LATER. BUY NOW. i MONCRIEF FURNACE CO. INCORPORATED. fy?z rS-QffC?- oVRODYS e CLEAKilw ' MILLER&SON JXft-ofSf-. rnj. fl3S k Breakfait Sinner Sapper , 0:00 to 9:30 .11:00 to 2:30 6:00 to 7:30 We Buy,- Sell And Quote All Issues Of - Neckties 10c each, 3 for 25c Years. LIBERTY BONDS In Any Denomination Or Amount. WE ARE FtESPONSIBLE Established Over Twenty-fiv- e PERFECT FITTING SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES 521 WEST MARKET STREET. Wo manufacture everything in warm air heating and 'sell direct to you. pRycAmikM0DEltG SUITS MADE TO ORDER fell SOUTH THIRD ST. Qf Main 2382 City 9384 FRED G. JONES & CO. WHEN Brooka nd A Sts. SASH, DOOJRS, OD gsksi Puis Cleaning and Dyeing' Co. Both Phones 2635. Wo Coll For and Deliver. ! Wakefield & Co, 421 W. Chestnut St. 118 South Fifth Street. Main 100 City 001 LUMBER LUMBER Branch Yard ana Switch, tograa INCORPORATED in NEED Oculists' Prescriptions. SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY brOOBPOBATBD ANDERSON Main 1813 OF ANYTHING IN "SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" BLINDS AND MILLWORK. Louisville, Ky . Church Goods Line Or a Roligious Book, See the AUGUST R. II Fourth and Chestnut. Rogers Church Goods Co. BUILDING MATERIAL MILL WORK ZVOOBPOSATXD BAUMER FLORIST MASONIC TEMPLE FOURTH AND CHESTNUT laJDETD kNIVIlWb.! X otjr 1813 Doors "As Near to You as the Nearest Phone" Sash ALL CO Broadway 120 S. Fourth, Loaisvllle, Ky. FUNERAL FLOWERS A SPECIAL SPRAY $3.00 A SPECIAL WREATH $5.00 andl2tbSt 3R THE 418 to 430 s!. Brecklnrfflffej c Both Phones LOUISVELLB, KT. LUMBER UNDER ROOF St. Catb. HOOVER Electric Suction Sweeper IT BEATS AS IT SWEEPS AS IT CLEANS We WM. P. BANNON telexrash Flowers E3MC3SJBT OUR LONG JMi IS, E Iv XJ SUIT IS Phone City 12 WILL HARVEY-JELL1(. 33. Both Phone -- 2750 C0 LUMBER (XNCOXFOXATSD) MIIIBR CO. Breirwhtrt PLASTBRHa Brook and Bloom City 8280 Curab. 8. ll- - OONTRACTINa For Industrial Plants and Factory Repairs. LUMBER OO. Sixteenth and Maple ZERR A HOFFMAN Twelfth and Oldham Tafel Electric Co. I 236 TVEST JEFFERSON City 98s Main 1134 SMOKE F. J. HOFFMAN, Mgr. Where the QuicK Meal Comes In Where tho Mobm U brightest Where the work ta lightest; Where the bm1 ta eooked best;. Where the range" staads the tost where the That's MQotck Hem" Where work ts done; Where eqokLag ViULT OLKArTINQ 811 REALT7 BUELDKfa Home Phone, City 2i54 COAL CO. With the Coal and the Service . , Phone Highland 21 TARPY'S lady Dash 10c "Little X J. 5c Best. Cigars .Made real fsjt; light; seesM Where baklag gives Where dredge Is ea sight That's where "Qidek Steal" Ku s w tarn !T1m Company '' Vimsiom J $6.00 per Pr tea dUverel at Fifteenthton at yards. , Xardt First ad UhwUh1 ir4 aa4 Werator, PW n&d'&f agaolla. : , Tarii n4 Payne Streete. at All Yards. Blaek Joe Lump Coal from UtarteriilKeptacky. $7.M E. T. WELSH 1025BadsiowBtRbad Tin, Tile ami SUte Roofer Rm( rointimr u SpeiHy ifai Z'" FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N. W. Ctnm Fwrtk nilttHfm V QIck MhI 6m Xh4m SMi, lutalled m4 Highly R, imi lSiM V GEHER & SON, .ift-- w. & ST. iJ-&2- ; mA ,i. jl f writ . 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