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'.. mh x LwritfHtoTuluktTriMfKtt Incorporate ' VOLUME XLV.-N- O. 23. frpm LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1920 i PRICE FIVE CENTS. cans at England's policy In Ireland, declared for a world-wld- o economic boycott against British commerce, British merchandise, business and trade of every kind: life. flro. "bond ing and accident insurance now con- uy uuuiuu uriusn agencies, u England persists In the course which it seems to have set before WJU Aid tho Newly Formed RuroL Itself in tho matter ot Ireland. Thoy poan Relief Council During also insist that tho world now, as perhaps novor before, longs for September. peaco, and wo can not help regarding it as a reproach to tho boasted Intelligence of tho ago that a prompt and peaceful solution of tho Will, Trovido Picture For tho RxJ centurled quarrel which threatens to hiblt to Bo Presents t engulf both Ireland and Encland in bloody strife has not ero now boen , France. found. Since, however, It Is evident that Ireland's Irrepressible aspiration for Is her sole offonso, England must answer to the world it that offenso Is made Lecturers Throughout tho ConntrV the occasion for bathing Ireland Will Direct Campaign Against once more in tho blood and tears of Extremism. her children." Tho meeting closed with tho singing of "God Savo Ireland" and tho "Old Kentucky Homo." OPEX FORUMS FOR MUiWONS. . three to ono hundred and three yearfe ot age. The much talked ot Martin case la proving a "Jonah" for the administration. Prosecutor Lucas and , , W, i ft- Jailer Barr are handing ton mots to one another oyer the prisoner's ." ffljeniflvillo Should TakosRacOiir- - treatment and Lucas also Jolts'Chler 'l In . . v. the of Detectives DeForrestor tub M TTOH1 ltOOOHE 'UUIUU J STREET SCErSEjN, LOUISVILLE JUFCaSCBC same case. To begin with, Sleuth H went to Dallas a year DeForresfer IlCtUrBfl. ago after some expert trailing by the Keystone "boys and jounced on an Insurance man that looked as as Rod Riding much llko liieatonttnt Governor Ballard Teases Hood looked Martin IMothor Goose. like 1' ,. ' . Mow the Chief goes after Martin Koar Mayor and Ches Teases and gets the wrong tram in trying Audience. , to find tho way 'with his prisoner back homo. But here is a clue the l BURGLARS , Q,L. public can work out for Itself. AbDible. Class AirVt got no . ; tepwi?i--sconder Martin announces that tho Keystone Police Head Should, An. law firm ot Edwards Ogden and DELIVERY WAGON JT goWhcrJI Peak, will represent him, DeForres-to- r gwer Questions On His .Lecture formerly being associated with Tour. that office. And to make it nice an4 easy for hlsIaw associates tells tho public press that Martin was a "model" prisoner and y feller," and ladled out a "MCK8" SAVE GROUND AGAIN. lot of sob stuff to oxclto sympathy. Flno work, ehl It looks llko thoy Just can't keep head of the Keystonors off the lA.t tho banquet given to Ropubli-th- o can Boss Tobo Hert here Tuesday lecture platform and from day to several of the speakers accounted day wo read where Chief of Police Club, for the defeat of tho Republican Potty nddressed tho Optimist Boys' parly In the State In that it had the Rotary Club, the -- NIco gathor-Tleu- s raised in tho mountains just pre- - Bible Class or Bomo other to election day and tho O, O. Ing, and In all of his lectures works P. mountain vote was not cast in its In that Joko about Louisville having .r fall strength. This and numerous ' sure enough, "niihia" wma nflvnnced as the licemen. And then every night the Republican machine sees that tho army ot crooks who aro doing their surprising defeat In Kentucky hurt Christmas shopping in our midst Tobe'e chances for a Cabinet posi- play "I Spy" with tho Keystoners tion. It suro does took bad for tho and queer tho Chief's lecture. It Kentucky Republican machine. In the Chief ever Invl(e3 questions 1919 Morrow carried tho State by some ot his hearers ought to ask a 40,000 majority, and just ono him tho following: "Why was tho "Straley murder year later, with tho Republican machine In full power and the Repub- case dropped?" "In Ills announced cleanup why lican landslide sweeping the country, the Democrats overcoma the were no negro loafers arrested?" Keystone police as followers ojrChicf Petty's Lecture Bureau "Why aro the list of robberies majority and carry tho 40,000 (K Wna I.U VAkWIA 1IC1T& ItU 4tm LlltlW 4n ia41. VftlurvOtA f State for Cox. And It might bo kept from the press, reporters being right hero that thousands of onrrcii irom ins omcov" said A look at tho nogro dives on Democrats voted tho straight Republican ticket to Insure a vote Walnut, Chestnut or Cedar streets ugalnst Beckham or tho defeat shows hundreds and hundreds of would have been more decisive. It Idlo negroes loafing In front overy demonstrates that tho reign of Mor- day, and the Chief might tell us if they are unmolested because of their row. Ballard and tho Chllton machine has proven obnox worth to tho Republican party. Rob- tous to tho voters and the pendulum beries and Assaults have been so nu has Bwung again to tho Democratic merous that it is rumored that tho Father Ripple succeeds ' tbo Very tin nnd Joseph A. Panther, Mrs. police of the Seventh district mu- Rov. Ignatius Smth, O. P., Ph. D party. Fred A. Harig presiding at tho to watch beats who for four years directed tho despiano. ' Our Lieutenant Governor was too tinied and refused singly. Key tinies of tho society in this country You can't blamo tho modest at the Hert banquet when Judge O'Doherty, tho first ho pleaded that ho "hadn't done a stoners for becoming seared to go It with marked ability and aucccss. Bpoakor, 6aid they wore gathered to The crooks aro becoming damned thing" since assuming voice Kentucky's sentiments on a tico. But the white people of Ken- - bolder and bolder, great question "and voice them In a LAID TO REST. Tho Hart Manufacturing Com-tuoky will disagree with him, as Thousands of Kcntucklons Voice becoming manner." He told of the pany fire on High street Is Btlll the they recognize the Tact that Following a solemn roquiem high reported atrocities ot tho English Feelings For Irolnn in Strong the chief instrument In securing talk of tho town and especially mass Monday morning tho body of against tbo Irish, of the events In freo voting privileges for the no among tho residents who witnessed Resolution. Ireland during the last three years, - groes. Ballard worked mightily to I tho blundors of the "hick" firemen Sister Mary Colectlno O'Brien, forty and denied that tho Irish issue Is a .music at Preteacher abolish the certificate which kept a Two engine companies attempted to years old, Academy, oflay religious question. Ho denounced Jn state at ti check 6n the crooked negra tfajtersy nut out tho firo and after allowlnc sentation "Blacks Tans" ,w. Jf fiTli! Ttrnnlfln-- I .Jc nowtry td sldestepf .ttTKJ KoLa.W4yro"ntlloairCAnJp'iir, fhn nfMirlnmv 'Pti.Ml 'was takennov'KJra:totla3raBriU8lUGQVi the acts ot the activities and Pojljal "ahd'Tie 'imisn't in Republican ma- - or more sccrciiy sent in ior more rTdgb streets? MlT It the glory from tho wuuro, no saiu, protests muni, Incidentally ho ncip, rive more engines responding. Nazareth, whero burial took place eminent and Gov. Morrow ehlno followers. against British rule In Ireland were Sister Mary Celestlno died poor old near Mayor Smith uespito tno seven engine companies made changed into resolutions of commenpresses Sympathy, him about his and two trucks the usual result was of spinal meningitis Sunday after- mad by taunting dation. "Tho Irish spirit is bound the ground alone was noon at St. Joseph's Infirmary, getting the nccompllshod Dromlses. Ballard's talk to rise triumphant," ho said in consaved. The fire leaders said thoy whero sho was admitted ten days. near Mayor's goat, and ho flounderclusion. "Ireland remains as aldeclining1 ed all aroung In trying to even up were handicapped by low water before. Sho had been in ways, unconquored and unconquerpressure, which Is denied by tho health for several years, during Judge Matt O'Dohcrty and the ecore. It's a shame tho way able, and this despite Lloyd George thoy all "kid" tho near Mayor about Water Company officials, and some which timo sho had been under Gov. MiDcnnott Speak For and Sir Edward Carson." his promises as they know ho prom- - say that tho poor old "hicks" treatment of a head specialist. Sho Judge O'Doherty upon motion anJustice. a major surgical operabed lower taxes and economy, no, couldn't find tho Ciro cisterns. Spec-- f undenventApril. nounced the following Committee on wno witnessed tuo movie tion last police censorsliip, savo Capt. Resolutions: Thomas Walsh, James Sho was a native of Pittsburg and BCtt's position because no eyposca comedy say tho firemen would not B. Thompson, George D. Todd, had been a nun twonty years. Sho tho gamblers of tho Republican enter tho flro and that ono ot tho passed Sullivan, Dr. William B. her novltlato at Nazareth RESOLUTIONS on tho "hicks" reported to his Captain that ARE ADOPTED. Owen and J. J. Kavanagh. Ho League; his next or six years Aca,aomy, wazarexn. phono question, the gas question, ho couldn't get In the building read letters from Judge Walter P. thcro was a screen on tho she had been stationed In Loulsvlllo street car fares, nnd pretty near Lincoln and Gov. Morrow, regrottlng as a music everything clso. No, tho Republican uindow. Tho others must have and was recognized that they could not attend. Tho ought not tease "Smithy" waited for an invitation to enter or teacher of tho 'highest ability. Sho leaders reading of tho letter of Amorlca's now after they havo used his ad- did not locate tho door bell. Any Is survived by a sister, Sister Mary greatest journalist, Hon. Henry Wntierson's Letter. a football for three way everybody enjoyed tho movie Alcoquo, and a brother, Thomas ministration for my; country,who Is 111 at his homo In tho years. Tho near Mayor told one except the owners and tho insurance O'Brien, Pittsburg. . I regret that tho state of evoked tho long cqntlnued truth at the banquet when ho said men, who .can't see tho joko. health will not permit mo to acvast assemblage. MANNEC SCORES. many obstacles had confrontea cept the honor and to fulfill tho applause of tholetter was addressthat Mr. Watterson's As CHRISTMAS SIIOPPE. him during hlo administration. favdr ed to Judge O'Dohorty. duty your Cables from London lndlcato that would assign me. My single for "many" ho probably meant Following Is tho All day today and this ovenlng Archbishop Mannlx is being receivthroo Tobe, Ghes and Matt.. Thoy claim to that favor Bprlngs from from the Governor ofletter received Kentucky: r. tho Queen's Daughters will havo ed throughout Northern England wore too many for George tho circumstances that I have "My Dear O'Dohorty: In replying their annual Christmas Shoppo In with great public receptions and has been always a friend of Ireland to your letter of November ,26, thus far scored on extraordinary Chesley Searcy, Republican leader tho old Byck store, 434 Fourth In my and the Irish Tho Archbishop consistMany hondaomo and artistic triumph. tho younger manhood associated with which reached mo for consideration and boss ot them all from on Monday, I am moro than sorry trained consecutive thlnkors down as well as Inexpensive articles will ently denied again and agala that John and Thomas Mitchell or tho Francis Meagher, John Savage-an- to confirm my telegram by stating to Abe Notter, dellverod a humor- bo on sale, and all aro urged to ho hates either England ous address at tho Hert Cabinet make tholr Christmas purchases English, or that he has any desire to Joseph Brannan, my close that an engagement of great importance and consitlrable delicacy has boosters' banquet. Ches told them here. Mrs. John Buschemoyer is break up the British Empire. He friends and professional yoken man can rendered It impossible for mo to bo that tho organization would not pick Chairman and will be assisted by does demand an acknowledgment of mates. No any candidates in Louisville next the following ladles: Mesdames J. Ireland's right to choose its own read tho story of Ireland from with you at tho meeting at the year, but would leave tho entire C. Hood, George Burkley, Georgo form of government. At Harrogate the days of Cromwell to the days Gypsy Smith Tabernacle, as outlined choosing to the boys In the trenches. Rankin, W. P. Van Houten, Misses tho reception and lunch tendered of Lloyd George without a sense in your letter, Tho Irish people In tho Archbishop was attended by of burning indignation. How tho wis ones present must Eleanor Harris, Mary Roche, Long their desire for Schuhmann, Benita Murphy and Archbishops and Bishops of English, ago I lost all hope, If I over had havo always had my deepest symhavo been kicking ono another unpathy. I am Irish enough myself der tho table when ho pulled that? Margaret Malone. Tho funds from Irish and Australian dioceses. At any real hope, ot Justice to IreRight now tho machine has selected tho shoppo will be used by tho Loeds Dr. Mannlx was accompanied land from England. The English to long for tho day when the Irish Judge Peter as Its candidate for Quoen's Daughters for their numer- by the Bishops of Down and of are the racial enemies of the people, who havo for centurlos fought tho battles of freedom Mayor, Carney Cross for Shorltf, ous charities. Tho public knows Portsmouth, and was presentod with Irish as they are tho natural, naRobert Lucas for Commonwealth's very Alttle of tho oxtenslvo and ex- a gold chalice and a gold clborium, tional and historic enemies of tho throughout tho world, shall enjoy Attorney, Eugeno DaUoy for Police cellent work carried on by tho by tho diocesan clergy. Tho Arch-Americans. Tho time may come for themselves tho right ot and Judge, and so on. Jailor Barr Is to Daughters, for tho policy of the or- bishop also addressed a great gath- -' when they will bo required to "EDWIN F, MORROW." be dropped, so Is Judge Burgevin, ganization has been "Let not tho ering of Irishmen &t Bradford, and meet and pay the long bill of County Clerk Fred Neutzel and a left hand know what tho right hand a reception was also proposed for spoillatlon and wrong piled up Hon. Edward J. McDermott, tow others. Shorltf Ross, who isn't glveth." Therefore fow know ot Manchester, but the Government has formor Ltoutenant Governor of Kenagainst them by centurleB ot put a baa on his entrance Into that the numberless cases whero tho a favorite with Chief Petty, rapine, and though I tucky, also addressed tho meeting. or tho others, Is to be given Queen's Daughters' Immediate aid city. may not believe the vision of my He denied that the Irish question was a religious question, Mr. (Meomo Federal appointment, whero ho has relieved dire need. In emergboyhood of sweeping through will not havo arresting powers. ency cases thoy havo frequently furBEGINS NEXT TUESDAY. PIcadllly with a troop of Black cDermott said tho Irish havo been Former Postmaster Rdbert Woods nished medical assistance and railHorse Cavalry to plant the Stars fighting for liberty for 1,400 years. 1b to be given a Circuit Judgshlp road fares to families who could not Starting Its initial season, the and Stripes over the Marble Arch England, ho declared, has placed a nomination becauso he surrendered receive Immediate assistance from Young Men's Catholic League is ex and camp In Hyde Park, there strong censorship on news from IreIn the Board ot Education contest, tho Associated Charities. They have pecting n land. The right ot small nations to to furnish a are children maybe yet Ches says tho machine has no also done somp vory excellent work brand of basketball. The- organiza was mentioned. men who will live to see It. So, through th.elr connection, with the tion will get under way oa the sight! good luck and God bless the sons "The American Ipeoplo do not want programme. This is tho cue for tho Democrats. Juvenile Court Last but not least ot December 7, with six team to-and daughters of Ireland, and to wrong any other people," he said, In the State tho Republican machine Is the work among the orphans. (ng the mark. The clubs compering 'may tho Dlvil fly away with John "nor be silent spectators to outrages on the weakest nation." He realizes it Is hopelessly beaten, and These are all but lit&e rays from tho League are K. of C, Trinity lp Bull, Edward Carson & Co.l also pointed to the fact that as a that tho next Legislature will fur- tho light of charity that the Queen's M. I., Mackin Council, Vernon Clttfc, Faithfully yours. nish a Democratic majority. Hence Daughters have hidden under the Bertrand Club and the St. Xayier "result of British misrule and cruelty HENRY WATT&tSON. tho cry from Ballard and tho ma- bushel ot humility. Ireland has lost Alumni. All games will be played of her on the floo s ot the following chine redlstrlcters tor a special Over 7,000 (American citizens as- population during the past century. RTPPLK. FATHER session. 'Good roads and taxation St. X.4 Trinity Y. M. I., elections held in December, the' Gypsy Smith Taber- At the Jn 1918, are camouflage for political Mackin and Vernon Clufc every sembled at compliance with a law Very Rev. M. J Rtpple, O. P., Tuesday sight. (At the present time nacle on'Wedneeday night to bear passed by the British Government KenTho But aside from that years formerly of St. Louis Bertrand'e, It looks as if the teams are evenly the story ot Ste gland's cruel op- 1,207,161 votes were cast for an tucky is safely Democratic for appointment as matched. All have been towing the pression ot Ireland and voice their Irish republic and to come, oue year- of "Howdy Ed" this city, whose and the Hert machine being enough. head or the Holy Name Bureau and ball around for the past month, and protest against the outrages being while only 308,713 votes were The same situation applies to Louis- National Director 'of ithe Holy Name will be In good shape when they take perpetrated upon a Christian and cast for the status quo, represented was announced in thta the floor on the opening night. On by the Unionist .party. Only one ville. The voters, sick ot the raised Society tseeHmeutn. higher taxation. Key PHPer several months aco, will have tAe rosters of these teams are some civilized nation. The Tabernacle voter In five, he said, voted for etone police, "hick" firemen, filthy hte headquarters at 871 Lexington ot Louisville's beet goat throwers, was taxed to its capacity and the British rale. Mr. McDermott restreets and alleys, are more than arenue, New York City. In the Which insures all those Who love the eeene, was- - Indeed Inspiring and en- gretted that while "the Sngllsh leve willing to tare to the Democratic foundation of all new Holy Name port, a real treat when, this orga couraging to all friends of freedom a lord, there are so many Americans and justice. The ?Mtrum and build- Who seem to love a lord even more party for relief. A strong man for Societies Father Ripple will repre- IsatfoB begtae. ing were elaborately decorated with than the British do." The speaker Mayor with a good clean ticket from sent the Master General of the the Ataiw and Stripes and the Irish quoted a number of noted Englishin Rome, and will be the XJSGIOK pLOT8 DUANK. top to bottom wU sweep the elty y colors Intermingled, with the real men who have openly denounced adviser 'ot alt thorn and oounty. One frequently hears directors who are trying their James T. Dvaae, .former Captain American spirit warktag the ad- Rngland's policy toward Ireland, the names of James R. Daffin, W. dresses and reeotuttatts, which were told of the appointment of a comO. Head, Joe O'Neal, Scott Bullitt. HUaoet to develop tbir braatehM to In Che A. S. F ws eleeted M the IrfaeBatiiMaaUa State received with tremendous applause. mittee ot Bnglleh laborers to InvesCharles H. Knight and James H. the Wgheat point of etflcletiey. The Richmond tor Mayor, any one ot entire Holy Name movement, which bmoeh oC .the Amerleaa Legion. At Judge Matt O'Deherty presided, the tigate the situation in Ireland and whom would fce fitrong material. la bow nation wM, and whtafti ie hie home In dragon, Mww., he was great meeting opening with the of a similar investigation being The ticket Jadd by ay of the (me ot the greatest maaifeetatloeB givea a roueing TOioatUit. The new singing of the "Star 8pugled Ban- conducted In his eountry. s reHgiMi r day, WIN took to Mate Commander J a member ot ner" hr toe entire audlenetf. Other The reeelnUeM, adopted by above would vrte smUt, K the WMklaa la rrpite4 him tor tho MretUm . aeoowry to Clteto OMsetl, Xaishw ftTOolm-- . mtiaieu numbers were rendered by rate, were quite lengthy, and A. Bde- - while veietaf the herrer ef Ameri- DTWMlonerrMw.Oni rr nw to tew ittmre ita tram alvowoat. DEMOCRATS JR H K.0FC , fMu? sit! aa l I LI. r- ,"'';' C,US Bn i(J "" "jim-dand- s SHSTREATED. honest-to-goodne- ss po-tii- -- l.A wm 1 Hert-Searc- y- r; Mrs. Annan Bryco, wlfo ot tho former member of Parliament for Inverness and of Lord Bryce, formor British Ambassador to tho United States, recently was prevented by British authorities from landing in Wales ito deliver an address. She was sent back to Ireland and soon released. Sho had been staying In Glengarlff, County Cork, with he husband and received an Invitation to address meetings In Tonypandy, South Wales. Sho crossed to Holyhead to fulfil this engagement, but when tho boat reached Holyhead pier a military officer ordered hor down ito tho cabin to bo searched. Nothing was taken oxcept the notes of the speech sho meant to deliver In Tonypandy. Sho was rofused permission to land In Holyhead and was taken back to Klngstowa in custody. At Kingstown sho was put on a military motor lorry and driven to tho Bridewell, where sho was detained for a few hours. sister-in-law MACSWINKY MEMORIAL. On Wednesday of last week a striking and beautiful memorial window to Terence MacSwInoy, the martyred Lord Mayor of Cork, was dedicated at St. Patrick's church In Chicago. The principal motif Is a Coltlc cross, divided into nine panels, tho center one being devoted to tho Immaculate Conception, and tho eight minor ones to scenes from tho story of Ireland. The dominant colIs oring feature of tho window green, whlto and orange, the colors of tho Irish nation. The motto worked into a panol, which reaches acrosa the center of the window Is "For tho Glory of God, for the Lovo ofr -- Mankind-" Faith, Hope and Charity la colors of white, green nnd orange, fill the larger panels, which on either sldo servo as a background to the cross. At the base of the window there Is a representation of tho martyrdom of Mayor MnoSwlney. The commission for this memorial was given shortly after tho arrest ot tho Lord Mayor and was to bo dedicated to tho Young Men ot Ireland. Angpls--iyplfying v HELP ERIN ho--wa-s -- i4 .and.-thor4ce- Ex-LIo- Do-hor- ty HON'ORS FROSI FRANCE. right-about-fa- bc-cnu- so Wat-terso- n, ever-parti- al . Wols-singe- avo-nu- o. d free-bor- Ma-sh- io Honors from the Government ot France for flvo women' workers of the Knights of Columbus wero an nounced at a meeting of supremo officers of tho Knights of Columbus la New York. Tho goUd medal of honor for civilians has been awarded to Mrs. Catherlno Pellotier and Mrs. R. Cummlnga, of Boston; Mls3 Mabel O'Callaghan, ot RockvlIIo Center, L. I.; Miss Mary Dlllard, of Naahyillo, Carmoilta and Miss Tho Wolsh, of Sprlngflold, Ohio. Knights wero also notifiod by Dr. Marcel Knecht, of tho French Government, that tho city ot Paris had awarded silver citizenship medals to twelvo members of tho K. of C. Board of Directors, Including William J. McGlnloy and William P. Larkln. Ambassador will personally bestow these medals and tho Cross of tho Legion of Honor on .Supreme Advocato Joseph C. Pollotlor and Supreme Secretary McGlnley on his return to Jus-Bora- Amorlca. FRANKFORT. morning itbo month's Monday mind for tho ropoae of the soul of the late Rov, Dean John F. O'Dwyer waB celebrated tn tho Church of tho Good Shopherd at Frankfort, attended by a largo number of clorgy and friends of tho deceased pastor. Rot. Joseph O'Dwyer, brother of tho Bur-llnga- The Knights of Columbus aro devoting their entire national organization of forty-eigState councils and 2,000 subordinate councils to tho work of tho national collection to bo undertaken by the nowly formed European Relief Council during December. "Some timo ago tho Knights of Columbus announced tholr policy of not making any national drive," Supremo Secretary William J. IcGInley explained. "There will bo no national K. ot C. drive. At Herbert Hoover's request wo, aro participating in this movement becauso wo feel that tho need Is most urgent and that" It merits tho support of all organizations. Our State nnd subordinate councils lend their strength to local charitable movements, and this entry of tho K. of C. national organization into the movement headed by Hoover is simply nn enlargement of that local work." All State Deputies ot tho K. of C. havo notified national headquarters that tho Knights in (their Jurisdiction have decided unanimously to support tho &urui)cun ueiiei uouncu's appeal. The council comprises the American Relief Administration, tho American Rod Cross, tho American Society of Friends, tho American Jowlsh Welfare Commltteo, tho Federal Council of tho Churches of Christ, Knights of Columbus, the Y. tho M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. An exhibit approximating $300,-00- 0 In value will bo presented to Franco by tho United States Government and various welfare and patriotic organizations. Tho Red Cross, tho Knights of Columbus, tho Y. M. C. A., Y. W. C. A., Salvation Army. Wjvr Camp...Cammualty-Sare- . vice, Jewish Welfare Board, tho American Legion and the D. iA. R, aro among tho participants in tho exhibit. The Government exhibit will compriso models of various arms of the service and a special model of a locomotlvo of tho type used by the A. E. F. Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt has sent her favorlto picture of the lato for tho exhibit and a picture of Quentln Roosevelt will also bo among tho exhibits. Tho Knights of Columbus havo offered a picture of Lieut. William Fltz3lmmons, of Kensas City, the first Amorican soldier killed In the war. Tho K. ot C. will' also provide a model ot their work at tho front, showing a K. C. roller kitchen lu tho Argonne Forest. It Is probable, according to Major T. A. Gimporllng, who has charge of tho project, that tho exhibit will be shown In ono of the Now York hotels beforo shipment to France, whero It will occupy an American room In tho Palace of the Invalldes. Supreme Knight . James A. Flaherty, In a statement Just mado public, declared tho K, of C. lecturers throughout tho country had been directed to Include In their winter campaign against extremism opposition to iproposed extreme legislation that tended to stir up public discontent. "Tho Knights of Columbus," ho stated, "oppose no sano Ideas of reform, ,but will always work heartily for the propagation of tbeso Ideas. But wo regard ex tremism of evory kind as dangerous to the country radical extremism and reformers oxtremlsm. We that lawful Sunday sports aro aids to a healthy public life and'wo consider It mischievous Interference to attempt to promote what aro known as rigid blue laws." In tho course of tho winter months K. ot C. lecturers give open forums for between three and four million persons in various iparts of the country. ht bo-lie- vo . flrst-clas- full-grow- - 1 one-ha- lf fnstl-ttttlon- s: redis-trictin- g. -- - ever-read- apir-itu- al Com'-nt&4e- r Hert-eftW-Cfcl- snan-(me- ns Tttr Kly Tho liandsomo memorial gato orected at tho entrance to tho grounds of Fordhara University In memory of tho thirty-si-x Fordham men who made tho supreme sacrifice In the World War. was unveiled LEARNED FROM CATHOLICS. and dedicated to their memory ia tho presence of sovornl thousand Rev. E. F. Goodson, pastor of tho spectators, including relatives ot Highland Mothodist church, making nearly all tho patriots whoso names an appeal last Sunday for tho Wel- aro ongraved on the bronzo plates. fare League, pointed to the charity Military and religious exprclsea ot the Catholic church trad said: marked tho dedication. Tho "Wo havo also learned a great deal Regiment aided in the dedi from the Catholic church in regard cation oi tno gateway, and with to charity and ita connection with hundreds of other vetnmnn vu ro. religious obligation. That church ' viewed by Gen. O'Ryan and other has taught us that it Is our duty, officers and chaplains of the Na our moral duty, which Is ot course tional uuara. father DuBfy ana the greatest of duties, to support fifteen other priests, some of them charitable endeavor and ito serve war chaplains, marched at the head even more uneelMehly our fellow of the regiment In the review. The man," addrese presenting the gateway to Fordhara was delievered by the Rev. MISSION BOARD. Joseph A. McCaffrey, of the Church, of St. Rose of Lima, who originated Most Rev. Archbishop Moeller, the idea of erecting the gateway as head ot the American Board ot Catholic Missions, presided at the Father McCaffrey, who served over- sessions of the board which were Mas as chaplain ot ,tfae famew held tn Cincinnati this week. There ' fighting Ninth Infantry of the 8ee-- 4 were two meetings, one of the ond Division, and mi iiuu,u) v Board of Governors, which convened , the Government for his herote deed at the Arehhtahee'e residence on nui iwamw ibb vroix a Qserre, Tuesday; the ether, of the Board ot nxecntlree at the FenwwK cine on taf 1911, and was one ef that n- muw meet moiM ataletfe. Bixty-nln- th solomn requiem high mass, assisted by Rev. Dean Thomas Coleman, ot Paris, and Rov. W. B. Curry, of Georgetown, as deacon and subdea-co- n respectively. Rov. Herbert T. Hlllonmoyor was master of ceremonies. officiated as celebrant of tho MEMORIAL UNVEILED. S HrhSpH 1 jffnciMJOicir December 17 Turkoy entertain mont of Trinity Council at hall, Baxter and Morton avonuo. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. d C.tteasi December 19 Christmas enterAdvwioemeal of Irish Americas. i Mo.J (W,h to tk. 3odl tainment of St. Patrick's school In Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Yobuk Men hall, Sixteenth and Market. Institute and Catholic Knights of America. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO.. Entered at th Ualivlll PoitoMIc 3cond-CIw xxexAXX -- AJMOEDJerio-fifcj.. Kentucky iri mtmm. fator. Matter. 313-32- 1 COMING EVENTS. iiSOlME Established 1872 years this reliable old For forty-eigjewelry firm has enjoyed the confidence and patronage of Louisville people. Its original founder, Matt Irion, is still associated with his sons in the big business which years of honest endeavor have brought to the firm of Matt Irion & Sons. We are enlarging our business and we invite your further confidence and patronage. s The Irion Guarantee Goes With Each ht W44$&Q4WWM4Q4Q4t9t0 YOU'LL WANT THAT SUIT DAY DYED Publishers PRESSED or CLEANED m REPAIRED or SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY Sc lUn AH SOGIETY. AAAAAAA4 AAk jjIU Right Now by Phoning SOUTH OR CITY You will be sure of getting rapid, courteous, satisfactory service. THE MODERN WAY guarantees "the best in a hurrv " 2362 CMMmtlK to tM KIMTBCKT IRISH AMMICM, Witt Utwty Strut. WMCTpg - IwrwOrf pqm 4CM m LOUISVILLE, KY UEJIEDY ....SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1920 KM folt, hence we must look to other range business to somo extent, but do- - with our unlimited resources this Tho remedy lor tho nresslon Is In tho hands of tho disarrangement should bo scarcely buyer and householder. It tho causes for the paralysis that has , home needs a coat of paint or new settled on all kinds of business. Is Purchase. to During tho "war labor organizations St.Miss Helen Malone of visiting in furnishings now Is the time Louis, the guest her sister, way business will became more powerful' and aggres Mrs. Thomaa Hogan, spend, and that and Mr. GIFTS THAT LAST. They had Hogan bo kept going for tho worker and sive than over .before. business man allko. A little cour-ag- o achieved a position In our economic ' Misses Mary Virginia and Fay spent Thanksgiving with and stiff upper lip will keep tho lifo which could not be ignored and their sister, Miss Helen Howard, at propor kind of leadership txford. College, humming. with the wheels of progress could liavo pushed organization fur- - 'Mr. and rsM J Bann0IX( Fourth. Market DANGEROUS GROUND. ther afield until every wago earner Bardstown road,, had as guests over in the country was Included. That Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. W. Open Nights Until Chrismas. The local branch of the Amorl- - the great labor organizations did . Fls!Dr' Ltho clty' can Legion is trcadjng on dangerous not do so ,B not qult0 understand- -' ES eMary A. V- ground when it attempts to forbid nbhj. at leaBt thoy havo by tholr meetings ana iree speecu. mu b""", neglect in this important particular mg, at ncvs Haven. Misses Mario Cassio and Marie Amercican citizen approves of nnl.l.left tho capitalist in a position to' RBiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'iiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniMaiKS OTlliilllilllllllllUlIliniHI rase! tIie Thanksgiving BP,e,nt Bhevism or Socialist anarchy, but take ndvantago of conditions as thoy J1""011 , t rVT rrir r holidays with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. .? leaders in tho local branch of tho develop, to tho detriment of organ- - LcB0U8ky of st Mary.s college. y i vjwtr '"' American Legion are taking too Izcd labor. And herein is to bo cjajng of MIss Elizabeth The wide a scope when they attempt to found tho true causo of tho artificial Hoffman and Mr. Alfred Converse d prejudge in advance what will or depression of business which has re- - was solemnized Thanksgiving Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and ' "" lmmaculatC kP will not 1)0 said at nyiss meetings or "oV311"1-01in widespread unemploy- KJ Old.st Bank in the State. gatherings. A tondency to tho mont. Big business was never so, andMrs. Robert E. Callahan y can bo charg- powerful and Insolent as at this mo- - an,i Mls3 patrlcla and Callahan havo ed to tho tribunal from whence theso and consequently will not tol- - turned to St. Louis after a visit to orders and complaints como and orate, If it can avoid doing so, any- - Mr Callahan's paronts, Col. and pthoso living In glass houses should thing likely to act as a check on its Mrf;, - H- - Callahan. FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. Bses Elizabeth and Prances stones. not throw Tho labor organizations ,ono have returne1 j nt to thoroforo must.be curbed, and tho Cincinnati, after a Thanksgiving readiest way to do this is to mako visit with their parents, Mr. and work scarce, and trust to the Mr". John T. Malone. to say any Mr- - an.d Mr?- - yoodle Mattlngley It is policy to disrupt Bardstown, thing about the outrages and atroci the unions, and Incidentally beat ,iavo returned from ThankgBlvlnj; ,they gpent he tle committed by British assassins down wages. This is what is being whoro holidays visiting George R. Matting- in Ireland, according to a corre- dono now. If tho labor organlza- - ly and other relatives. spondent of one of our daily papers tons bo allvo to their own interests Announcement is mado of tho marriage of Miss Margaret A. Mul- Well, wo nre making progress any n otniintn nt i.Tr cfriirin len and Stephen W. Glbbs. Tho wod- . , way. Only five months ago somo . oui oy a Bysiomauu unvo lo urKuu- - ainff took 1)lace Thanksgiving morn-iz- o 619 W.BROADWAY PHONi CITY 3767 good ipeoplo In this city thought overy department of business. Ing at St. Anthony's church, tho to say Everyone from that it was a de- - Rev. Soraphln Schlang officiating, tho head of anything In favor of Irish independ partment to tho office boy In all RECBXT DEATHS. Mrs. L. A. Gatton announces tho -gence. Yes, we are making iprogress. lines should be drawn Into the or- J Sunday afternoon funeral services In the near futuro an American may anlzatlon, and whon this is done remains of solemnized at tho wero held over not he compelled to sing "God Save capital will becomo reasonable and weddlnc was tho Assumption, and Thomas J. Cu'rley tho St. George's at Cathedral of o Klng-tprovo his patriotism, the I Immediately Mr. and Mrs. Carr left church. in was tho son of James humanized. and tho latd Bridget Curley nnd a moans 100 per cent, Xor Florida on their wedding trip. The marrlago of Miss Anna Made-lin- o brother of Mrs. John Zimmerman, American. ENGLISH OPINION. Buskell and Bortrand J. Smith 1775 West Hill street. With requiem high mass the fuwas solemnized Wednesday morning MEANS 1LRD TIMES. A. G. Gardiner pleads for the rt Ja!n woeU at st. Boniface church, neral of Ray Leachman Thomas rights of tho "plain ipoople of Great The attendants wore Misses Leona nine years old. was held Monday to Britain" in a characteristically out- - Smith and Bonnie Smith and Messrs. morning from St. Joseph's church. We road of many schemes avert tho ruin that threatens our spokgn denunciation of British rule Clarence Smith and John Sherman. He was tho beloved win of Poter "Irs. John J. Moritz was given a and Mary Thomas, 237 South Spring farming population as a result of in Ireland which ho addresses to delIghWia 8Url,rlse ..G00m pa-- , tho street, for whom Is folt tho sym tho withdrawal of credits. There is tho London Daily Nows. Ho says: occasion being her birthday annivor- - pathy of thoir neighbors and KY. I no doubt that tho situation Is a se story qf English rule in Ire- - sary. Tho guests included Messrs. friends. "Tho years' John T. Martin, sixty-tw- o rious one. But wo havo our doubts land is tho darkest tragedy on and Mcsdamea C. Mortonsen, Craft CflSUflLTY BONDS reme- earth, with the single oxceptlon of Hasslor, Charles Borntraogor, Sr., hold, a respected member of St. Mary FIH TORNADO concerning the efficacy of tho MonFred dies proposed. Thofact it that wo the tragedy In Armenia. Wo. havo Harry Estorlo, Edward Krull,Moritz. Magdalen's congregation, died at hit; day morning of heart disease GOO Erhart, Will Wobbo John J. the aro paying now for the wild flnan assassinated have Irish nation for T.lepho- B- j 1114 SSL South Preston years; we burned Its towns Tho wedding of Miss Lillian. C. residonco, clal dance of tho past three or four and put Its peopdo to tho sword. Wo Huttl and E. R. Ehrensporger, of streot. Ho is survived by his widow, Martin; two sons. John THo farmer is tho first to havo destroyed Its manufactures, Lafayette, Ind., took place Saturday yoars. two offect of tho financial again and again wo havo placed In night at St. Charles Borromeo C. and William C. S.Martin, and and feol tho Caporali Ireland garrisons to overawe tho church, tho Rev. Charles P. Raffo daughters, Mrs. stringency. But ho will not ho the nation. Wo havo driven the people officiating. Immediately after tho Miss Louise Martin. Tho funeral Eastern Kentucky only sufferer. Even now, our com from tho soil, so that today the coromony Mr. and Mrs. Ehrensper-- services were hefld Wednesday morn' morclal and Industrial centers aro populatlon is only halt what It was g0r loft for California. Upon their ing. In response to many queries, tho return they will bo at homo la La- beginning to oxporionco tho first a century ago. Kentucky Irish American inquired "Thoro Is no talo of corruption so fayetfe. symptoms of hard times. Call it do as to tho death of Dr. C. F. Melton, sustained, so malignant. In the an- Mr flation or any other name it comes nals of civilized Europe. Wo have n6unco and' Mrs. Daniel Scanlon an- former druggist, Who died about tho marrlag0 or lUoir nlece threo weeks ago at Somerset, Ky. to that hard times. made a peaco or violence in Iroland mss IIolon Frances Smlth to W1I. Dr. Molton mado his homo there ofton boforo, and there is no Veason ford p,erc of st Lou, oa Sat why wo should not do It again If day ovenlng at Holy Namo church, with George Washington and suffer UNCONQUERABLE. o. we murder and burn with sufficient After a 6uppor at tbo Hotcl Henry ed c paralytic Btroko, which proved fatal, dying ln tho Somerset hosruthlessness. Wattorson, Mr. and Mrs. Pierce loft Arthur Brisbane tho noted writor, resident 603 Marion E.' Taylor Bldg. "Let us assume that tho .policy for a voddlnR trip through tho pital. Ho was a in tho succeeds; that a pcaco of terror is Solth and Louisvlllo, being a discusses the Irish situation n bo at h n D of Y. M. I. circles and former leader Main 1 2117 City 272 in President of imposed; that there is a great drive cemljor 15 ln st Lute .New York American as follows: the Aquinas Union of tho Dominican of tho youth of Ireland across- - the killing in Ire soas. More fighting and parish. Tho funeral took placo Where do tney go7 To DISTRESS IN IRELAND. land. What is tho power that keeps Amorlca, from St. Mildred's church, of which to Australia, to South i. amall Coltic people still fighting Africa . with a ctaepleiu purpose of .... Rev. John D. Fallon.- Is pastor, who -m; Ti - against .. administered tho last rites 'of the apparently hopeless odds, vongeanco in tueir hearts, wo aon't ,J" church to tho deceased. a"-?START INE THIS MlnTM WITH THE ,B .V 0Vt, Numerous Inqulde after seven hundred years of tight kill have Teached ?: Ing. and famino? A hundred other REGULAR MEETING. tes t. tho Un'ted. Louisville peoples havo settled down cpmfort- - will rise to avenge them, to bo ?.et,0,ns meetThe regular nllifl out, perhaps, by a now tor-- lL0nttdlsntfre ably under tho yoke. Tho Irish ad ! f"la4,an1 Foartb and Central Aveiiae itera-."o- n ing of Louisvlllo Circle, Daughters never settled down still insisting ror; and so on with endless prlatc measures towards Its relief. of Tsabolla, will take placo tomor.jon to1,1 find it Impossible to deal with the row afternoon Tho Irish iblood "we will lie free." at 3 o'clock at 1t yor nsya an aaeaMea tka will "For COO jeare we havo tried pwpar tats for 11X Knights of Columbus Hall. Election Celts conquer anrfcrush Ireland. Wo havo ?nre nT" is tho blood of tho the failed and wo snail that said to Aiexandor, who expect- wo can win Irelandalways fall. But 'on"?nndtha"r,d tho press for gen- - of officers for this- - coming year will mooting; and all tako placo at tomorrow on College Xa ed a compliment, "we fear nothing, the same terms on which wo havo memhors aro urged to attend. except that the sky may lall on us." won and kept free nations overseas. lfho. 112 W. 8reaaway fcoalrrtlle, JCy. VERY DESIRABLE SITE. "j's briefly Into Thoy belong to the race that once Tho glories of our rule aro tho vie- Conducted br the X&verlan Brothers. resolves fought all through tho mountains forles of liberty as in Canada and Classical, Scientific sad Business """"" Pennsylvanlt avenue, near tho Conrses. Preparatory Department. Large are the ?nd valleys, from tho Dardanelles to South Africa? ite shames United Tho transportation .and distribu Capltolr it is tentatively proposed, Swimming Pool, Well Equipped Gymtyranny, as ln tho failures of tion of foodstuCfs within tho coun- will bo tho site of tho building nasium. Terms moderate. the English Channel. On tho island States and Ireland." try now practically at a standstill which the Knights of Columbus havo Bro. Benjamin, 131r. invasion of Ireland, separated from In threo provinces. offered to erect at a cost of $5,000,-00- 0 FEARS FACTS. and contamination by tho channel, Unemployment consequent on tho as a club houso for war veter-aif It f rttv n of Mi a rnllfnmlo ttin i n tho Celtic raco has retained Us origa public auditorium wuTf uw v and a - Amhah T..a ju uo. In Qr M1. UUuu ul,to, creamer es. shoe memorial of tho world war. The rlCt on inal fighting qaullty. It It could not tho .London Times, wa correct when plants, hosiery factories, aerated selection of this sito, it is pointed be couquered and really put down KBho said: "Tho fact of. my arrest wator concorns, printing and retail out, would conform io tho pro during eovon' hundred yoars of ruthDr. Uriah Z. Lhsay gramme of the Public Buildings and tho 'brutal way in which It was establishments less' murder, famino and hideous and Reconstruction of ChlrifMat , out has done raoro to show property generally wihlchhomes becn Commission, which is havo oconomic exploitation, how will it carried with tho Fine Arte Commission up tho Government methods In Iro- destroyed. B7 assuring architectural fitness and be put down now, by a generation arka These 'matters of transportation harmonious grouping is additional more Eonjlo, land than a thousand speeches from and more squeamish, it not Bmlldt- -l unemployment buildings to ibo reared ln tho .capidistribution, As usual tho greatest fear of Ra(k Pkn-that xaust kcop up uppearances be- me."English Government Is tho fear and reconstruction, indicate tho di tal. The setting ln which It is pro rections whoroln roller must be had posed to iplaco tho new Memorial, fore th.o League of Nations and be- the any ono who is sus-- to be effective A detailed iplan is building would bo one of tho most fore the world? If you, want to bo of facts, and pectod of courage enough to publish at present under consideration and accessible and attractive in Wash NE1LL-L- A froe, fighting pays. Nothlnjr else will facts is immediately liable to gov- a definite scheme of oporation pub ington. will help it. shortly ibo evolved and made ernmental suspicion and abuse. CO. lic. Tho opportunity will then be PARISn IIAD ONE MEJIBEIt. at Tiand for all American symREPORTS THAT DISTURB. pathizers with our ALL LEND AID. INCOKTORA.TW) Bishop Allen, of Mobile, Ala., was people In Irdtand to help alleviate appointed a pastor of the negro con over the 'country - heavy Reports from sll ills of wihlch they are gregation ln Apalachicoi-a- ma. Tne "Tho American Red Cross needs theMILL AND now victims. partoh conateted of ono Catholic netho Involuntarily sfcow that the industrial situation ie the support and encouragement of Yours very truly, gro man. This parish, six months anythfag but what it ought to foe. oyory lAmerlcan. It is my earnest FACTORY SUPPLIES J. L. FAWSITT, Irish Consul. old, has 100 children in tho school, ?$ amy o the unemployed Is desire," eays Cardinal Gibbons, all but attending mam Aellyeeeomlnr more numerous and and lerning the cfrtechtera. The We Bay Rags, Serap Irea, Metals,' INJURIES SERIOUS. "that all will lead their aid to this KtiBDer aau paper Btoolc tfeetteands upon thousands t people magnificent organization during the Catholic Board Of Mission Work Tho condition of Stetor Mary Law- among the colored people eupports are facing the dreary winter months fourth roll call." L0UI8VTLL1 WASTI rence, trf the Convent of Merey, 1172 (he school of the poorer parlafaea of with despair in their "hearts. That MATlSLiL OO. East Broadway, who suffered severe the South. They pay the salaries of i there is reaWy ho reason for this injuries Sunday Afternoon when ehe 160 Sisters, which means a payroll IrORTY IJ0UR6' PRAYHR. evident from the fact that the marH1.M WB8T JVPrmOTH ST. was struck bf n automobile as she of $4,000 monthly. The Forty Hor' devotion take alighted from a street car near the kets ef the world at home and Ree FkMi, City lie BIGHT COUNCILS UXECB. Mary's church, convent U Hnprovrar skwlj'. Her abroad are clamoring for 'commodi- p4ac next here at &Lbcginnhis LomiviiiiJi - - - - xwrruoKT most iromlnsnt BikBt ot & with Injuria constated of a fractured Kichth and Cedar, ties which it should be our business hlva hum and ejcpo(t!od tomorrow right Arm, sprained right ankle and UTnlvMa nt rViluKHa nniimafU in th wee to'tw ntomimr, ana eencitMUng- on tu- - body brtriee. to tvpely. Of eounM ft Another nan who Lone Island Chapter ware last waak Brooklyn, wita an KrRtt memnnltad into one strons; council la bership ot nearly 5.600. wat with bar eaoaped injury. aaeeted thai the war would dtoer- sly with buyer. winter la Italy. John J, Dorian, of Paducah, was here Wednesday evening to attend the Irish protest lrfootlng. Mrs. J. P. Sweeney, Third avenuo, had as a visitor last week Mrs. Charles Jordan, of Covington. Mr. J. P. Hannan spent last week in Nashvlllo visiting her son, John M. Hannan, and Mrs. Hannan. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Haloy, who were visiting at Lafayette, have returned to their homo in Jotferson-vllio. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Duffy sail December 8 to spond the THE MODERN WAY CLEANERS AND DYERS INCOItPOBATED 1140-1142 ttf',tAA4AA,'Mttttftflfrittttttftiatlea VVVVVVy VVVVyyYVV : W. H. Sllllman, Pres. SOUTH THIRD STREET. Fred J. Klausine-- . Sec.-Trea MRS. 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S. 154 City 8380 Jt raah H" C LOEMKER wmi. H, - iU Louisville Gas and Electric Company tears." (Incorporated In Kentucky.) FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING General Repair Work, Clcaidag Polishing. Kentucky-Indian- a (wad Automotive G. tfce Broadway at First. Home Tel. 3863 Shoes For Every Member Family Homo Phone 39 IS FOURTH AND O STS Home Phone, Shawnee 803 PARRAKEET Wneralwater & Grocery Company Incorporated HENRY GOSS ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING West Chestnut Street Telephone City or Main 2182 311 CATHOLIC INDIAN MISSIONS. et 1 N. W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson Home, City 4990 FRED FEIGE & SON UNION M AD H SHOES AND KLTPPRRH 431 EAST MARKET STREET LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY FOR THE BENEFIT OP YOUR KIDNEYS DRINK PARRAKEET MINERAL WATER Parkway 4 OK Tia Roofs Repaired and Painted Asphalt Shingles a Spoeclalty ' SOU WEST BROADWAY Cumb., Main 490 v$ H. W. DUBISKE & CO. FINANCIAL SERVICE B. P. MARKHAM, Mgr. BLDQ. THE MFG. CO. Incorporated STEEL AND IRON WORKERS 1612 WEST MAM STREET Home Phone, City G77 LOUISVILLE, KY. SHEPPARD 4t -8 INTER-SOUTHER- N DEAD ANIMALS HIGHEST CASH Steam Forgings and Firo Escape Apparatas Oar Specialty PAH) PRICES Call Home Phone City 721; Camb. Phone Main 721. LOUISVILLE RENDERINa CO. city and farm propbrty state. See JOHN B. O'LEARY A CO. Headquarters for as about anything la real We Mil. buy and reat. T. E. Yann Dairy Co. Incorporated $06-51- 0 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. dome Phone City 4464. Cbas. S. Xx9P K. A. Xrepp Home Phone, City 7005 SOUTH WENZEL ST. Both Phones 4969 Both Phones 2406 KRAPP'S MEAT MARKET Wholesale and Retail BXST, TBMX, VBli AJTB XAKB All Xlaaa 02 Bawksa KMti 208 EAST JEFFERSON STREET REUTUNGER & CO. Adolph Reatliager FIEE INSURANCE TiTABITinr AND PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET TORNADO, JOHN B. WATHEN FUBNITURB MOVING AND - PAGKTNCI 80 Soath Tweaty1084 W Shawnee 1986 LONG DISTANOH HAULINa H.B0SSE&S0N Funeral Directors LOUIS SCHERRY DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS and Embalmys. Telephone 1022 ': 600 BJ. BROADVeA WORK SHOES, PANTS, OVERALLS MOLDERS SHOES SHOE REPAIRING 1506 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET Between Hill and Shipp UNION MADE THOMAS KEEN AN- 1529 WEST MARKET STREET XOUKrnOMBSS CUMBWRXAND MAJrt 371-- y I I J. J. BARRETT'S SONSj FUNERAL DIRECTORS && J Eat ?leivtvMvv'vvwtiii mj mm. XICS-- ? AND EMBALMERS. Main JSMzreet. L. T1T-T- W TX Funeral JDiractor . CaGMTWVT BA 3 Emhalmr tl sjovmnum. ki PALACE CLEANERS & DYEES Incorporated also to stato that If popularity In POINTS OUT DANGER. this country can only bo gained by As the work of tho Society for my expression of admiration for the Boforo tho largest audience over EXPERT CLEANERS OF LADIES' Mark SalM, Pre. AND GENTLEMEN'S WEARING the Preservation of Faith among In- way tho Government is conducting assembled In tho Seolbach Audito r. o. aooe. sea. wba VrttM. dian children has notably Increased affairs in Ireland, I must do with- rium, comprising pooplo of all religAPPAREL L. GRAUMAN CO. in recent years, and as it Is neces- out that popularity." ious boliefs, tho Rev. Father Paul sary to obtain throughout the counBlakoly, Ph. D., of Now York, Sun ARTHUR H. ROHMANN, Manager Incorporated try as many members as posalblo for LIKE COUNTRY LIKE. day night pointed out tho dangers S. W. Cor. Third and Walnat St. BmIot Za All aoada et mttlo ufl n this society, on which depends so that throaton from tho tor nstsrea, SfcfM, Owk Bcto materially the support of tho Indian Sir Knights Naber, Kennody, or educational bill now pond tor, Bbow Gum, CeaatM. missions, itho Most Roverend Arch- Burke, Filbin and Clines, while at- ing in Congress. Dr. Blakoly was City 866 Baetosff, ate? West 866 bishops who direct the work of tho tending tho Knights of Columbus introduced by Hon. E. J. McDormott, 610 W3EBT KJLZS Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions Initiation Lieutenant Governor of Ken & Horn Phono, OUr UK and sojourning In New former and 'tho truths of his argu tucky, at their last annual meeting authorized tho Right Roverend Director of Haven, wero guests of Sir Knight ment wore conceded by tho audience tho Catholic Indian Bureau to secure Boiling, who also gave a 100 per and recolvod frequent applause. "I City Elevator and Warehouse JOHN Hay, Grain and Feeds pormanent headquarters forthe bu- cent, demonstration of a Kentucky dlsapprovo tho proposed law, not reau and also separate office facili- welcome. Tho quintet enjoyed their from a religious standpoint, but on ties for tho Preservation Society. short visit very much, as the speed the principles of Americanism laid The Home of "Quality Feeds" PIANO TUNER This was done to expedite tho work with which tho country ham van- down by the signers of our constitu 122 N. FOURTH ST. AND of .tho bureau and of tho society, tho ished ehowod that tho visitors wore tion," declared Father Blakely. "If. 213 N. FIFTEENTH ST. 1020, EAST BURNETT AVHNUB n not mombors bureau's chief work being with of a synagogue. As at this slago of progress, individual tho train for Louisville was sched- States are not capablo of directing departments of tho Government Home Phone, City 8398 and with tho Indian nlsslons, while uled to leave at 6 a. m., Sir Knight tho affairs of their schools, It's time Complete Line of Serviceable the Preservation Society collects Kennedy told Brother Boiling when to tear up tho greatest document of City 6910 Res., Shawnee 18S3-- L funds for the maintenance of the retiring just to" knock on .the door all time tho Constitution of the missions. Tho Bureau of Catholic and all would get out without dis- United States," ho said. After reIndian Missions now has permanent turbing tho ifamlly, but tho Zane citing In detail tho formation of the Opea Evening; Until Nine O'clock SulHvan Co. headquarters at 2021 H streot, streeter was more than surprised to American Government Dr. Blakely Incorporated N. W., within a short distance of loam that Boiling and his folks had asked the question: the Interior Department of tho Gov- almost two hours' work finished "Shall tho complete control of GENERAL TRANSFORTATS9N, ernment, and a suitable house in tho tho clock struck six. When education within tho 'States remain TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AN? samo vicinity has been provided for tho call camo to anso about five within tho States as a power nover EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. "HAYRBDB PAKTXH8" tho office of the Preservation So- minutes wero lost trying to find Sir surrendered to tho Federal Governciety. This office ds called tho Knight FJlbln, who was lost In tho ment, or shall It be vested in a De1129 WEST MAIN STRMgg M. BUCKNER doop feathor bed. Tho partment at Washington functioning Tekakwltha House, in honor of tho three-fosaintly Iroquois maiden, Kathorl gang was given a Httlo aide degree through a political appointee?" Tekakwltha, tho "Lily of tho Mo- when shown a bucket of cistern The speaker advised his hearers WHOLESALE TOBACCONIST SAMBLY BROS. SHOE 8TORM8 hawks," and will bo conducted by water covorod With a thin layer of to road carefully tho bill and to deAll Kinds of Footwear Ver Mo the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament," ice with which to wash 4hoir faces. cide for thomsolves whether they 903 WEST MAIN STREET Whole Family who will glvo tholr undivided at After rushing to roach the depot want tho school to bo placed under - - - KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE important work of before train ,timo they found tho Federal control. tention to the Two HAMBLY'8 Storm spreading itho society. The officials accommodation two hours and forty Tho bill was introMth aad Portland. Shaw. 1?1 of tho bureau aro convinced that minutes late when arriving at New duced In tho Unitod Statds Senate by Thirty-tw- o Years Ought To Be Suf L8ta and Magaaia the taking over of this branch of Haven's busy corner. It must bo Sonator Hoke Smith, Georgia, OctoMy ficient Guarantee For tho work by these devoted Sisters very enjoyable to livo in the at- - ber 10, 191S. With a few slight Knowledge and Integrity will bo a guarantoo that it will be mosiphero of Catholic Now Haven, amendments tho JjIH was Introduced NATIONAL HATTUS carried on with the utmost 'facility where folks let business cares take in tho House by Representative H. If It's. For Sale Give Me a Call and efficiency. Tho Preservation care of themselves and ifeol that M. Towner, Iowa, in May, 1919. It 326 WEST JEFFERSON STKaWi; PINK VARBLE Society still remains under the Im- life is something other than ,tho was reintroduced In 'the Senate a mediate supervision of tho Director hustle and bustle of even a city of short time later. It Is now in tho DYERS AND CLBANSRS REALTOR AND AUCTIONEER of tho Bureau of Catholic Indian tho size of Louisville. Tho city hands of tho Commltteo on Educa CALL FOR AND DXUVU TRUST BLDO, Missions and Its permanont address Knights are eagor for another visit tion and Labor. Tho bill provides 214 LOUISVILLE will continuo to bo 2021 H street, to the domain of cows nrvd chickens, for tho Federal control of schools Home Phone, City ltSl Both Phonea N. W., Washington, D. C It is to and creation of a Cabinet officer who shall direct tho Department of this address that all donations to CLASS PARTI. the Preservation Society should bo Education. Under tho bill an As sent. Tho boys and girls of tho seventh sistant Sectotary of Education would and eighth grades of Holy Rosary bo appointed at a salary of $5,000 a Acadomy onjoyod a very pleasant year, which is $7,600 less than tho ORDERS WERE ISSUED. Thanksgiving party. Those, present salary of a Cabinet member. o Dean Gcarty. speaking in Strokes were Misses Virginia Brown, IC. O. XMAS TOYS. town Catholic hcurch, County RosMitchell. Margaret" Nowton, common, according to tho Manches Clara Holland, Mary Wilder, MarAL. S. SMITH; PROP. ter Guardian, described & visit ipald garet Shelley, Catherine O'Brion, Christmas toys fdr many hun to him by a military officer. ''This Helen O'Connor, Mary Cathorlno droits of orphaned kiddles will boJ Virginia otficor," said the Doaq, "told me Ross, May roady soon for distribution If tho Btanford, plan' of the Knights of Columhus 1 quite frankly that It anything of a Thompson; Messrs. Laurence Halpen Phalen, Allen to dispose of tho product of tholr serious nature occurred in the town or district they would come out in Keyor, Laurence Callahan Cary tor 8Bon at waiter need Hospital, la Washington, successful. For daylight, and after giving a certain Miller. phones sio. more than a year tho K. of C have amount of tlmo to persons who were conducted a toy factory at Walter to leave their homes, they BISHOP PRE8IGNS. marked men uoed Hospital for would proceed to destroy them. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS, goes to show." said the Dean, This Tho Associated Press makes tho mentally affected by gas and sholl people thought were unconfirmed announcement that the shock. Tho factory haa been rank "that what p&sslon&te, outbursts in different Right Rev. J. F. Regis Cannoyln, ed as a manual school in the K. of parts of Ireland were nothing of the Btehop of the Pittsburg diocese, has C. educational system and the men kibu. mere were oraers or ineiruc tendered his resignation because of accorded tho privileges of tne 7i5, . tions Iseuef regarding them." ill health. He was consecrated In, 000 other service men awarded. Jt 1903, and succeeded Bishop Tuigg of C. night school or college scholarships, everything being provided i the following year. . QUITS BRITISH TOUR. James Kelly, freo for thorn. D. S, ., holder and hero John McCormck. world known .FAREWELL TO SOLDIERS. of Belleau Wood, has been chler K. Irish tenor, is proud of his new Today is tho anniversary of of C. tutor. 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, American cltiaenshlp. On his ar rival 1W8 from Australia McCor Washington's farewell address to v ORDERED TO BOSTON. mack announced the abandonment the army, delleveed In New York of his English tour. In making the in 1783. ' anaounpsnwnt the lRgr Mia: Col. John T. Geary, commander of ' "I baa rheumatism and vertigo Camp zachary Taylor, received or "I am prowl that I baeame an to live. ders M.enday to report to Fert Warand gave up all bo American cUImr. ,1 have I NateoiNith A, Lm, 134- - Kast Mar- ren, Soetoa, to aaeuiae command of tha tp. It im untrue I Climb. Main 20S-- a post, which B.im CHy Beaton 'harI took ou my naturaliutio jmcw ket rtret, helpdd mm with fw the , S during the .war, as 1 did not 'take trtntenU." Mr. 8eurf, 71 Sota bor. He expect to leve Mtta eity ' M i i M M M 1 1 iWl 1 1 1 H 1 ' about Deentber 16. iI any action until Jum, 119. I wjn mgBiMwth street. 44MH1 H CH Smith-Tow- Oscar Farmer Sons ASSENT cpr-tai- SCHOOL SHOES Transfer be-fo- ro Spalding Shoe Co. J. ot Smith-Town- er s Lor-ett- GRAN W. SMITH'S SON Director ;both Funeral and Embalmer! co I aefjtjaieaaeatif aatttX tMHHHHIHWmiHHHMtWMH DOUGHERTY & McELLlOTT I i Funeral Directors BOTH tl n' avriht grd and Embaimers TIOIED. , iBxer-jJOOBrs- r xjrx&jex .ajmcenckxcxajn:. PsnaHaaaiHSaaasaMaaBaHsaaaaeensHsaaaHiHBaMBaMaHBMaaHaHHHM I ' Bacon a J- SWISS CLEANING 'MEN'S SUITS WITH MINOR REPAIRS FREE SAVES BUYING. SWISS DYEING LEADS AND tess)tttjoea)eeBeseje POUWTHWBMUC I! IP 1 I HERMAN STRAUS G SONS iHCavvmvrD TumtcTSTMeT J r j - I - OF We INCORPORATED ii aire and Redeem Geld Trading Stamps. ! ! We Qlv nd Redeem Surety Coupons. DO YOU KNOW AB0U7 OUR HOUSEHOLD CLUB PLAN ? I Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed PLEASES. BOYS' SUITS A Convenient and Dignified Hethoa of Purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred Payments. Tke eatetaadlas feature et this method are say Ha, coBTeateHca fat mattes prchase without Htlsy of eash. The advantage el ceaslderABle baying ea the Clab Plaa daring ear rarloaa sates AT BAIM PRICES. Wbaterer U the price of the, goods t a cash et a charge easterner, that Is also SWISS' CLEANERS OFFICE 617 SOUTH FOURTH. AND DYERS $10 We are offering you these Suits J at a very special price, just to adver- - J tise our Boys' Department. These I Suits are made of good woolen mate i terials, splendidly tailored and fin ished. THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW INCORPORATE PLANT 909 SOUTH SIXTH ST. SINGER Sewing Machines FACTORY AT PRICES. Easy termn. Phone us for free trial on our 1920 model In your home. t We repair any sewing machine. BISHOP GUNN Comment the price to a Heaseaeld Clab Plaa easterner. There Is podtlTelj bo advance. His European Trip and Arraigns Britain's Treatment of Ireland. on ELECTRIC CLEANER Incorporated - There are ae "eeafldeatlal arraasemeats." I la eoadacted apea am epea basis with a fixed sefaedale ef rates. The first payments aa the meathly payments are the same to an. CUSTOMERS SURETY COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN J. C. DORSEY & CO. City GGGO Sickening Scenes at Gahvay, Tuam, Balbrlggan and Scores of Places. Clonus by Air Alone. Phone Us For a Demonstration. Childers Elect. Co. 333-33- 5 i"1" 542 13. JEFFERSON ST REET America Credited in England Greatest Skin Game In AViUi WEST MAIN ST. City 130 Main CALL US FOR $10 Coffee Prices Lower sH & ;" nistory. uiangmg a uauu The hardest thing in the world it to change a for Front and R& of Fori Coma O04 WCT. SHOCK ABSORBERS 2d mid Liberty 3473 NO RESPECT FOR PASSPORTS, Oil and Grease FOR ALL PURPOSES Kentucky Consumers Oil Company . . Kentucky fxrolsvWe Sen Ice Stnllon "LB habit. Z Still the whole United States changed from extravagance to thrift during the war. If the entire nation could do this ao can you. Begin the Saving Habit now by starting an account with this Company. Fidelity and Columbia Trust Co. Columbia Building Fourth and Main. MI)iMMIHMMMItMmMMMItMim DON'T FORGET THAT The Oldest Trust Company in the South. GRAYV0N AIXMEN Sanitary Milk Co. xNCOiuromnD. IS THE HOME OF PURE. MILK "ASK YOUR GROCERS." High CJass Furniture AT LOWEST PRICES. Lace Curtains and Linoleums. 41 5. 417 and 419 East Market St. Garpets, Stoves and Ranges, IJJAMES GREENE J ViWQMttt"W$' FRED G. JONES & CO. SASH, DOORS, BLINDS AWD MILIiWORK Louisville, Ky. Breoka nd A Sis. : LUMBER LATHIS Tirt Ml thrH, & INCORPORATED SHINGLES FLOOROfCJ ltM& , a M. 0ak. "YOU'LL HMD IT WO&XB WHILE" TO BAT IN A Standard Dairy Lunch House iMerpemtoi Yrtr THE HOUIS OT QUALITY MXD QUAKTITY t Het Dlsfee, Imm HadsT FJes, Gates, Meats 9tm aODTH FIFTH 8XRMC ?rr, KXOILLIXT BOOTH FOURTH OOFFMK V WOMBS s men wauuKMAmui MWMHHIIUMIMMIMMM"iWMMiwwMijiw W Tailor Your prompt bnrtiob Crt, DrM or Skirt vLXAinra nromiwALiTY H. E. WARD COMPANY XMOOSrOKASMD fcJLDIES TAILOBg Nate me OM- - Yankees and Jews are among the Famous Diamond Block and undesirables, at least in London ho- the huzzlo of machino guns and doRogers Bros. Block, tho Coal CIGARS CIGARETTES TOBACCO tels. A wise American will remove ing as Dwyer did at Amrltzar for Stoves and Furnace. all tags from his trunks and let his 'England's dirty work.' Kingston CHESTERFIED CAMELS PIEDMONT in miniature soldiers Wholesale nnd Retail. Americanism play possum whilo ho is Ireland South 2100 Eighteen Cents, Two for Thlrty-flv- o City 2028 stays in England, It he wants even and barbed wire entanglements, ordinary civility. I envied my trav black and tans, ammunition motor LUCKY STRIKES SWEET CAPORAL eling companion, who had a British lorries, and still mora black and ElBERT GOAL AND TERMING CO. $1.05 Per Carton. passport, and at times he pitied me tans, more soldiers, more police, as to have to show my evidenco of thick as mosquitoes in our Missis AMERICAN CUT-RAT- E TOBACCO STORES sippi wamps. American citizonship. "You ask me what is tho actual on in Ireland, when my "Later INCORPORATED MACKIN COUNCIJj. car was held up and I was searched state of Ireland? You know It, bePreston nnd Jefferson 213 West Jefferson 1 cause papers tell you Mackin by tho Black and Tans, Iby knew of It the American Sunday morning Last and the American papers tell MS what more. I asked tho soldier Council membors made an oxcollent authority I was held up and search only tho truth as they get their showing, when they received holy ed, and ho gave mo a very convinc- information directly from the mothcommunion in a body at St. Cecilia's ing answer when he put his revolver er country from England of course. . No-XSu.six)ioe church at the annual memorial mass to my faco and said, 'This Is my We aro told that 90 .per cent, of tho for deceased members. Rev. Father authority.' Then ho asked mo by wealth and Intelligence of the country aro banded togethor in what Craney, tho pastor, congratulated what authority I was on the public Mackin Council on Its great work road at midday, and I showed him Lloyd George calls a murder gang, (Incorporated) ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF "THE OLD ARMORY" for young men and the example g my American passport. Ho looked nnd England's 'dirty duty' is to exset, which will bring Its own at it, flung It back to mo in tho car. terminate that gang. So far, EngSOUTH SEVENTH STREET reward. After the mass breakfast 'Oh, to h with America and Ito land is having marked success, and she is hopeful that by Christmas tho waB served at the club house. Much passports.' AUTOMOBILES STORED AND WASHED Interest is being taken In tho coun"I remained about a weok In Irish, people will bo driven to hell SPICUl ATTENTION TO THEATER STORAGE 25 CTS. ALL MEN IN CHARGE EXPERIENCES, cil ibasketball team, which it Is pre- England, and even that, was too or to America. England Is rejoic dicted will &e a winner in tho Cath- long. It was painful to mo, coming ing at her success. All the Irish PHONB-OVTcii- xx olic League. Monday night the from Vordun nnd from Argonno loaders are in prison, some aro dy membership team expressed h.opes of cemetery, to hear that America ing mere by starvation: the women winning tho loving cup offered by played only one part In the war, and children are terrorized; tho tho Grand Council of the Y. M. I. tho part of profiteering, and Amer- mon aro hunted like bandits from for tho council obtaining the largest ica won only one victory, tho victory their own homes, Irish towns ore number of members on or before of fleecing all Europo while it was burned, factories aro sharing tho By the laws December 30, 1920. The meeting down and bleeding. America is fato of Balbrlggan. was enlivened by tho nomination of credited with playing tho greatest now governing Ireland every Irish officors, the election do tako place skin gamo of history. 1 was told man is a criminal and liable to a Monday night. Following are tho that a few American soldiers did drumhead at any mo get over to Europd, but tho English ment the army of occupation wants names of the candidates: President August Hoertr, Geo. had to feed them and arm them and to get a now victim. J. Thornton. train them and protoot them in a "It is practically impossible not to Flrsf Vice President Joe Don few quiet sectors to which they bo a criminal in Ireland at present. Poggol-nelly, Gus vonderbaar, Geo were charitably relegated. I thought for Section BO of the D. O. R. A. Hegan O'Connor. Ireland would bo a healthier cli- that is, the code of law under which Vice President Robert mate, and I hastened thoro. Second Ireland Is now governed states: Butler, Ed. Warrlsse. "At Holly head wo were thor- 'If any person does any act of such G. oughly searched for arms and, am- a nature to be calculated Secretary Wm. Financial to be Bucket. munition. I thought tho French prejudicial to the restoration of Secretary Jas. Recording E. and Italians wero experts in search- maintenance of order in Ireland and Gift, John Dolaa. ing suit cases and but not specifically provided for in the Treasurer' Robert Butler. they were in tho kindergarten class foregoing regulations (and there are Stammennan, when compared to tho English sol- only thirty-foMarshal Patrick of thorn) he shall Harvey Pfelffer, Edw. Maloney. diers. Bags and trunks wero ran- be deemed to be guilty of an against these regulations.' Sentinel Arthur Kara, sacked; your carefully packed beInside Raymond C. Riddle. longings wero scattered over tho The power of tyranny could not go 1813 Outside 'Sentinel John A. Mich- dirty, badly lighted docks, and I further. It (permits the accusation aels, Fred gontUifsr was afraid that even my safety razor constitutes its own courts and OsExecutive Commlttee-iKobeMould b&. confiscated. Ladles who also makes Its own penalties, end borne, Leo Connolly, Robert But- were bringing their French costumes Parliament gives it a free hand and ler, John O'Conner, Win. F. Miller, and creations to rival the horses at supplios it with Its military Geo. Vonderhaar Geo, J. Thornton, the Dublin horse show got tho same treatment, and their resentment was August Hoertz. "It is no wonder thai the Irish explosive and their vocabulary ex Bishops wrote their famous letter a MEMORIAL ENDORSED. tew weeks ago. and that even there hausted Webster. BOO "On board the boat to Dublin I Is & voice in England clamoring for Tho American Legion Executive spoke to an English officer who had jome kind of an investigation of the Committee' of the Department ef enough drink on board to be talka- Irish horrors. Aa far as England North Carolina has endorsed the tive. He said that things were go- goes, the work of extermination of Knights of Columbus $5,000,000 ing on well in Ireland that the the Irish people is a crowning sucmemorial to be erected In Washing- murder gangs would be taken care cess, and It is confidently hoped by ton. Understanding of the scope of of soon that Ireland would get1 a uioyd ueorgs, carsoa and company nMw VHI nFaMSSJ VSSX SS the K. of C. war fund has led sev- taste of war that she managed to that the nation of Ireland will be eral' State Departments of the Le- shirk so far, and that after Christ- ready fdr another plantation scheme VftSFS gion do also endorse the proposi- mas there would fee no Irish ques- by January at least. real tm Adjutant Allen Fletcher, of tion, etc. I happened to see the tion. la America need not "The Irish Hontpellar, has frrltten K. of C. famous Lcrd French on the pier at think that they count for anything WlMva lbs headquarters thanking the Knights Kingston on his way to JBnglaad. to stop this trouble because, as I fttf In the name of the Vermont Le- He earns from Dublin in a military heard on the other side, EngJsnd Wksrs stasias Is gionaries for "their magnlMoent ear, with soldiers and seven machine can whip .Ireland, because she has When tfcs it offer." "The Executive Committee guns as his valets. An army track forty millions to the Irish four and sb That's wfesvt tftat's wfcsrs Mm of the Department of Vermont," his preceded him, two more followed she can buy or ibamboozls America "Qvlsk SCsal" ssasw "QaMc Meat" tetter reads, "voted to Instruct the him. He looked Hke .a scared rab- as she did its chief representative at military escort he the peace conference. There seems Adjutant to send 'to the national bit, sed under headquarter of the Knight st Co- - disappeared Mo perhaps the safe or no hops for Ireland except that 1bMc MssJa3tawss SJ'b IswtallsA msU VlUy Kiwim IwmIhw tsslr appreciation of what the Utofastt of the, Royal MaUboat. they mar fee all nrsnarsd. m was the X. of C. havs dene fer the Hs rsBrnts British mltttartsm in Iks Lord Mayer of Cork.; to 44 tor fcCb dttrisjr the war sad Ireland, and looks ths part, irfrafcl his sottstrr. and ifo a favorable W. MARKET ST. xls owrs. shadow, sJnuuj sJog Jsdgntsct tbs eiksr sWe." ? Right Rev. John E. Gunn, Bishop of Natchez, only recently returned City 2712 Phones Main from his visit to tho Holy Father Zt O A X U and an extended tour of Europe, in Oa XTirBlture, Diamond! which ho 'followed tho footsteps of sonal xroperty at Xroweit aad otner Per 212 WEST MARKET STREET. Xatts In City army from Belleau FEOPX.E'8 7XOVXS8MT THE SISTERS OP CHARITY. Otf the .American Chateau-Thierr- y Both Phones 1323 Established 18SS to Wood through ASSOCIATION NAZARETH Cierge-Flme- s, etc., and through the Incorporated Argonne, and also visited a ceme Announce the Oponlng ol 203 COLEMAN BtnLDINO tery whero 27,000 American boys lie burled "that all nations, groat 8. E. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON NAZARETH COLLEGE and small, should be free and gov 851 SOUTH FOURTH STREET BETTER SHOES FOB erned only by tho consent of tho Por Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. governed," paints this picture of LESS MONEY LOUISVILLE, KY. Rheima: More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a total For Further Information Call at "I visited Rhelms and Us wonderof more than 13,000,000, is tho monnment of confidence built by the CO. depositot L.oui8vwe ai tms sate, conservative ful Cathedral, I saw tho sholls that Presentation Academy people bank. fell in tho building and never exOut of tho High Rent District ploded; I saw tho battered walls, UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND DR. A. H. tho ruined roof, tho pulverized EIGHTEENTH AND MAPLE STS. lowers: but Rhelms was Open Evenings Until Nino O'clock fortunate that it Tvas only battered EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT by German shells, and not burned BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY GLASSES ADJUSTED by British Black and Tans. Rhelms Boms Phone, City 4300 can bo restored the burned towns Cumb. Phono, Main 3580-SUITE 218 FRANCIS BUILDING 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET. of Ireland will have to bo rebuilt. I FOURTH AND CHESTNUT STS. followed tho German advances to HubbucH Sr. & Son Try Our Home Made Freah Bread, Rolls and Pastry the Marne In 1914 and In 1918. It Phone City 4720 was war at its worst, but is was not Best of Confections. 9 to 5, 7 to 8 p, m. Dealers In Hours eo sickening as what I saw at Gal- Phone Your Order Phone City 0574 way, Tuam, Balbrlggan nnd scoros WALL PAPER AND RUGS of places In Ireland. From Rhelms I went to England and landod early , FALLS CITY HALL BLDG.. in August Americans are not very 1106-113- 8 WEST MARKET ST. welcome in England at present KY. HASSLER SALES CO. .. .. WW WtmmWW Ii Wo offer our excellent How -51.25 Blond Coffee, 2 2 lbs. 1-- This means only another decrease over tho old prise for this Coffee, mis is tuo oest notice tor tno ones on tho market. Givo us a trial. JOHN M. MULLOY LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK SPALDING SHOE EDWARDS ko GUMS A Joseph COAL - COAL tsssasssssssissse SMOKERS ATTENTION BLUE GRASS GARAGE 538-37-39-- 41 Opon. 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