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Kentucky Irish American NO. 1. tent administration. rami: Bry Drlrer an Ktoort UltiJ(TMktTrHffl! Incorporate 600 um VOLUME XLVI. lOUISVILLfc, SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, 1921. PRICE FIVE CENTS. a eystem that resulted in thousands Of Jobs being found tho Knights establishing a minimum wage of $20 per week for a slnglo man ; This year will also be a year of trouble. Like rats deserting a sinking ship, city and county employes will begin exposing the weaknesses and faults of tho crew who were elected on a 'reform" platform. The Board of Safety, realizing Uses Liquor QucstloH as Camouflage the futility of trying to fool the "For aa Extra Session public any more, has given up tryHOW "REFORM" SCALES WORK. , ing to explain tho escapades and Call. drunken brawls of the Keystone lops. As for instance, Patrolman Bsker Keese, who was carried homo Reform: Administration See Hand- in tho patrol "soused to the gills," Is back on duty and tho board mid writing and Grow Reckless that ho was just drunk and talked ' too much. That's plain enough, With Taxes. ain't 117 A year ago Paul, Joe and Lewis Y. would havo given a long and detailed story of how the whisky by mistake, hoard of Safety Tired of Explaining thinking drankwas Epp's cola, but it ' the Brawls of the Keystone pshawl the drunken Keystonera come up so often now that tho ex '" " Police, .. a plaining trio havo given It up bad Job. This past week tho Sixth and Fourth district patrols each hauled homo a, drunken Keystonor FOLKS. and no report was oven made. The KBYSTONERS VISITING board was a' little harsh In tho cases of Officers McQuady and Loe, though. These two cops fought all Won't someone ipleaso step for- over tho street whllo on duty and ward and glvo Howdy Ed Morrow Lee had to be taken to the hospital a real good excuse to call an extra for repairs. It developed in tho session of the Legislature and put trial that one of tho Kcystoners oba an end to his painful efforts to jected to his partner havifig accompany him on his draft an alibi for his actions? This "Jady" toeing a third policeman on week he addressed the legal fra- rounds, ternity and hinted that there that beat without any extra charge Tho Board' of ehould be a demand for an extra to the taxpayers. session of the Legislature to enact Safety announced that both Mclaws to stop the awful crimes of Quady and Lee had been, "fired," men who are selling whisky and but if the board follows Its past corrupting our morals. Our Gov- precedent Lee and McQuady will bo ernor told with tears In his eyes of slipped back on tho payroll when the pitiful letters he is receiving tho public Isn't looking. As most of our police department from ministers and leading reform ers asking for punishment of those come from the rural region, the fol bad, bold men who are selling lowing are extracts from their toddy. What a striking picture for home press in regard to their holi Ed Morrow day visits: tho voters Howdy Ezra Tucker, one of our homo fighting the whisky ring and how 'Reform" administration '4nfrds platform plank and gives the Ilko our Senator Beckham, who was boys who Is now a constable on the a bitter opponent of liquor. Speak- Louisville police force, was here for people the highest tax rate ah3fessment in the city's history. ing of Beckham, we noto that ho is the holidays with lots of tall stories now a director in the International about doings In the big metropolis. jwCdR'fl Gravel Switch Bugle. Reform Bureau, which is leading Corntossel', of tho Louisville Eph tho movement for Blue Sunday laws, which proposo to bring police, wore his uniform over to America back to Puritan days. With Bill Splvin's store Xmas day and Morrow and Beckham to down gave tho boys a real treat. Oh you whisky and keep Kentuckians from Eph! Podunk Clarion. Seth Peablossom, who left the straying from the tpath of righteousness tho New Year means much to farm for the big town of Louislaymen and nominations, jbqHh ville, is prospering mightily, being the residents of tho old State. church otficlafs. 1 Wo feel bound to The lower board of the General promoted from motorman on the record the fact Ht' in the districts Council' by an overwhelming vote cars to the police force. (All tho wo visited ttlwfflSouth and West) has decided that it is opposed to a folks hero knew Seth was bound to wo found an&MOst entire absence raise in fares for the Street Car rise. 'Bracken County Weekly. of IlWeellngMftfeen members of Hiram Greengrass, of tho Louis Company, and its action still leaves the dlfferentSiiMaomlnatlons; that a mystery unsolved. Why does tho vlllo police force, was tho guest of Reign of Terror Roundly Scored by, suchi memberJPw'rke'l harmonious Bcst Known Landmark of tho War same board unanimously vote to honor at the county Xmas dinner ly tokother wSSiubllc bodies, co the Women's International allow tho Cumberland and Homo held in the opera house, and Offi in Now York City operative sociattita etc.; that they Telephone Conipanles to raise their cer Hiram s stories, of the wickedLeague. Vanishes. united in ralsteafl fumls for the vic- company ness in the Falls City would make rates? If the street uar Belfast, andtlmlzeHl&famillM'J'l o on ond. Horse (s forbidden to raise tho irates, why your hair stand t the commercial the preference forlh phone com: Cavo Gazette. n; or noyco rthatwo- - had5ra' panlesr""-A- t "every "s'essIoV'of "the ""wcoTrzlcTHordf astr Not Less Than One Million Men lower board where the question of who took a mall order course on Denounce Arson, Murder and Loot- warned to exnect "These facts sepm 10 point to tne giving relief to tho Street Car Com- "How to be a Detective," Is now a ing by tiio England Soldiers Havo Crossed Hospitablo conclusion that Itl e bitterness found pany was considered members have Louisville sleuth, and, we'll bet the we shou'M de In ulster- - (which and Police, Jumped to their feet and In ringing orpoks ain't fooling Officer Lonzle Threshold. scribe as polltlcsjl rather than, speeches denounced the proposed much. Pike Beagle. Is. and Bias been, Inflamed a Louisville copSilas Perkins, raise in fares. Yet when tho ordithe wlth- from outside sources, nance was read giving the phone per, was home this weok and told tho first As an Employment companies the right to put over the boys he didn't mind the city Visited Belfast, Deny, Dublin, Bal- drawal of which would beof Bureau Found step towards tho growth a hartheir "gouge" Councllmen Nick De- - folks calling him a Keystonor as bi'iggnu, Limerick, Tun m, Gal- as monv and t such .....we Work For Soldiers and the real ,. , nunzio and two others were asleepJ drawing joke was on them, Silas round .further Sd'utn' $4 per day from the taxJi aauitjon way und Cork. Members of civic Sailors. In their chairs. to Innumerable o ltragos by Govern- bodies riddled to pieces the argu- payers. Atta boy, v tfwch have left ment forces ments of the Cumberland Phone News. 'devastated area3i resembling those rates, yet the Company for pre-wall the places wo Of Belgium, in TEAR DOWN OLD GLORY. "gouge" was passed. The LouisPURPOSE TO RUIN IRISH TRADE visited, the regu! ar raids by police ALWAYS GAVE JFREE SERVICE. ville Homo Telephone Company will and military are conducted In such A howling mob of McGUl come next. Then watch the Couna way as ito strll e terror as widely pose as representatjves "clown an cllmen who students tore na nnssihio After curfew, when car American flag in Montreal on Noof the people when 'the street The renort Of tho Mlsslnn nt fVin tho ntmnfa nro In nltoh darkness After today, Now Year's, the best raise is considered. Take notice of vember 20, spat upon It, trampled Women's International League, who and no known landmark of the war In New civilian n ay be abroad their stand when the phono com- It under foot, and then did a military York City will! be no more. Ireland, scores The panies want a raise. And the Home "snake dance" on the soiled and reign of visited carried our by the' out a permit, tli oven tanks,lorries, Knights terror of Columbus hut In Long-acr- e cars, ant rattle the Company has paid an, annual divi- trampled remnants. The news of English Government in Ireland. Tho armored the strei 't carrying armed Square will have vanished with through dend of 7 per cent. Ask your Coun. this insult, refused transmission out places visited by members of They batter at the majority of New York evidences tho oilman why tho "reform" adminis- of Canada over tho telegraph wires, Mission were Belfast, Derry, Lis- - Search ipartles. inhabitant conflict. For antaroxi- tration favors tho phone companies reached the Boston Sunday lAdver- uuru, uuonn, ujaiDriggan, Liimerlck, doors, and It th s neeuea totakes of tho great years sup mately two so much tlmo as the City of New against tho Street Car Company. by mall. tlsor The incident has Lahlnch, Ennlstymon, Galcoit, tho front door iorK Tho two dollar tax rate, the aw- been called to the attention of Con way, Cork and Mallow. Tuam, report- on shoos and a arid tho house filled me nas .been the gonial host of Is smashed In The k. or C. hut that stood as an ful Increase in assessments, the sul General Halstead. The Ameri Is, in part, as follows: They lock tho Island of safety and comfort to the with armed mer Keystone police, the "hick" fire de- can Legion of Montreal has called "Our men at the Intersection partment, the dirty and filthy a special meeting to take action on that their Government have stated women and chlW ren away, or turn policy towards Ireland Is them out In the street, frequently of Broadway and Seventh o"venue streets, all lead one to realize that the Insult. An told warl The Irish people with no covering but their night-dra- with Forty-sixt- h street. Tho purthe "reform" administration real- this story: a distinction (between wnr. rtrisn and as rch with tho ut- - poses for which tho hut was erected izes that this Is the last year of its "Remonstrance to this act of In and 'murder up mat have been fully served and tho city - most .brutality, rearing reign. Four years of the Hert- - suit to another nation's flag was as (they assert) sixty-tw- o and wherePen aocks and oi rxew xoric nas decided to civilians tresses, breaking machine and the mode by a small minority of Irish have Frequently we had over tho space to use It as take an near Mayor Is about all the public and Jewish Canadian students. It been In nlno months of rbhis year bombing safes. 'murdered' by the of of very serious thefts and Island for the thousands ot pedescan stand, and tho next election precipitated a ll fight. The tho Crown, the number of forces who evidence wanton lestructlon of trians who seek to cross the main of the Irish will verify an old and established defenders wore soon beaten and In fallen 'In houses artery of New Yerk at that strateprecedent, that no Republican ad were helpless witnesses of all that hundreds. In war! would run into tures and ornament the Government esti- - whore nothing ncriminating could gic shopping point. ministration, whether state or uocai, followed." mate, on the other hand, all mem- - bo found. Two years ago when the K. of C. ever succeeded Itself. Go where bors of the forces of the Crown who ' "Wo have to I record that we hut was formally opened by a y you will, .public gathering, private nave been killed are added to the found a convIcUin among the Irish SUSPEND BUREAUS. of theatrical stars It Was Inresidence or back of a street car, account of 'murders.' We do not people that it Is the purpose of the tended that tho hut should bo an you will hear the same expression of opinion from every white man by Employment bureaus conducted justify either 'war' or 'murder,' but British Government to ruin Irish oasis ot entertainment to the thouthe Knights of Columbus for we wiish to make this ipolmt clear, trade and industry In order to sands of sorvlce men passing or woman free from any connection Spies and men throughout through New York. The Knights with tho present city and county former sorvlce be discontinued, tho tlal paTt informers are an essen- - drlvo the young )men to emigrate, the of the government where. "The destruction of creameries, made It such, under the leadership administration, "I nm going to vote country will supreme of officers an- the mass, of the people are hostile. which are entlr 3'y unpolitical; of of patriotic women Mrs. W. K. against this crowd next November," committeeaft'or a meeting 13 no nounced in New Vandorbllt, Jr., Mr?. Alfred W. between factories (such ls Ba&brlggan and "Tho Democratic ticket will York on Monday. Since the armis- There and governed, and the lery factory), aid of haystacks by Johnson and Miss Elisabeth y win easily next year" is Iho popuof occupation (whether mill-- 1 the score, will inevitably end In the tice these bureaus have been and staged hundreds of enlar sentiment. A Democratic ticket means of securing employment the army proper or for tary armed police) Is de- - unemployment o- largo numibers of tertainments and afternoon teas for by Davis Brown, Fred headed men all It was pointed out that thousands of former soldiers, sailKelsker, Wiley Bryan, James R. the country, In In manytho cities of moralized by perpetual and agonlz- - people. places the ing rear, and the constant use of.Queeristown Harlr had been closed ors and marinos. Raymond HitchOuffin or some prominent business man, will have easy sailing against number running high up in the debasing methods of espionage and to eastbound trjaw! but Is open cock, Joseph Santley,--Fre- d Stone, lawless Intimidation and revenge. for westbound traffic, Qni Lord Walter C. Kelly and scores of ticket. thousands. Ches and Tobo's The war waged by the English au- Frencih's Indiscreet speech (when stars appeared in the K. of C.other Tobe's little camouflage about sehut. JEFFEKSONVTLLE. thorities is waged largely on women he said that t10 .present trouble At one time Karl K. Kitchen projudges will not lecting and children, and (In so far as the waa due to the presence In their duced an entire Broadway show, offset a ticket that Is pledged to The name of Michael O'Neal, of South and West aro concerned) own country of 200,000 young men "Sho's a Good Fellow, "Tin' the hut, carry tho present disorganized poJetfersonvllle, Is given favorable generally on unarmed men. who would 'aclrmally' havo emi- whore five hundred service men lice and tire departments. mention for distinguished The Republican machine leaders rendered during tho World service the"Wo have repeated evidence of grated) was quoted everywhere as Jammed the place to hear the fun. attempt by tho British Govern- showing the Teat object of the Gov- That was the capacity of tho hut, War in who control the present administration are smart enough to realize a publication Just issued by the ment to fasten upon Sinn Feinera ernment in whap seemed otherwise but when it was filled three and War O'Neal was Ser- tho responsibility for outrages of a purely motive!683 .mischief," Xour times a day it is easy to bethat tho publlc has soured on the geant Department. C, of Company Fifth Machine which the Government forces were lieve that no fewer than ono mill-Io- n G. O. P. locally and the word has Gun Brigade, Third Division, and guilty, and Lloyd George's speeches gone out to grab everything men havo trod the threshold In GENEROUS TO ORPHANS. was wounded In Franco on October were frequently (sited is gross Inof the service men's show placo sight for the last year. A big tax 4, 1I18, but refused to leave the stances of distortion of fact when Catholics of jthe Loulsvlllo dio- since It was opened In January, rate will mean fat plums for tho Hero aro the bare figures contractors and others on tho fa- ficfld untdl he hod his men to cover lie suggested that the Government cese contributed) generousSy to tho 1919. achis guns for forces were only defending them- Christmas collection taken up in aH of Its operation: Three thousand vored list, and a fattened treasury and selves from attack and sntlroly ig- tho churches" foif the orphans of St. quarts office cream distributed; for the Republican League, which tion. nored the sacking and looting, the Vincent's, SU 1 Joseph's and St, 4,000 gallons of tea and coffee; gets $2 each from all city and RETURN8 TO IRELANDT 'murder and arson' (to use Aidge Thomas Home Whllo no an- 1,000 pounds of cake and 2,500 county employes every month and Bodkin's words),'" of which Thoro nouncement ot fhe amount realized pounds of candy, besides gallons then some. But no one, eyor heard Mrs. Muriel MacSwiney, widow of were scores of examples in all the has yet been nfdo, it Is expected and gallons of. Ice water, while tho who Is treasurer of the Republican League or who gets tho money. tho Lord Mayor of Cork, who testi- towns and villages visited ,by us. the conlrfibUftionJB will exceed those Knights checked 45,000 pieces qf baggage free ot charge tor soldiers Here's a tip to tho poor boobs who fied in Washington before the Com- Members of our mission spoke per- of last year, wweo- Jip.OOO was & also a geaerous and sailors. There donate freely to tho Republican mittee of One Hundred Investigat- sonally with many of tho surviving League, which by tho way Is a bit- ing conditions in Ireland, will sail relatives of men murdered by the response to the appaals mado SunWhen Jn June, 1919, the hut was forces of the Crown, or with men day morning U contributions for transformed Into an employment ter opponent of claim shaving. Tho for home today from New York. whoso assassination had been at- the widows and orphans of JSurope. bureau to ho Now York headquarRepublican League fund will be tempted and failed. English papers used to carry over the present AMERICANS HEAR CARDINAL. ters of the great K. of C. employfor tho moat part do not record ment service, the entertainment feabosses after their defeat In NoTIIK Jf OLY SKB. be, many long, Cardinal Mercler, Primfte of Bel- these, while thov rcord and vember. There will tures were abandoned to make gium, before completing hie Rome fy 11 os the other vWe. Some of eotniriM are sow ren room for the more eerious purpose Twutv-l- r lean year ahead of the raeey a visit, called at the Ameriean College the members of .our mission made reeented diplom MJeeJly at tluuHoly ot (providing jobs for soldiers, sailmachine and inquiries into the portion of the SW. Tata to ' hurMMt ot twelve ors and Marines who needed them gallon of water will flow voder the and (teHvered n address to the He met Robent Underwood Protestant minority; and for tnitf oonatriek die 114 M afcown by badly: before tho public eaa forget brid Tbe Knights Initiated the row years at Mr mjl Marer HmWi, ate Johnson, the AjMedeim Antbeider, puwWPOT VJMIM JtOBMM UHMAH' OftMH MUIH)aHI M tW Vatl system ot 'paying former service IttAAMnA-- ! at tfc oottae. tftfa im. mm 44 wad $S per day to find Jobs Kuiahm, unit fill "x ouiwwk 30. era MORROW i for themselves and their comrades, BRITISH . Si Key-eton- er ' a--s ?vl J; ' IRELAND K. Of C. if th!s''-'tow- .mmmsiki - - gaver-HOijKgns- - --- - - ar Unl-vorst- ty wlth-recent- ly -- I without dependents. Now with the dosing of the hut the K. of C. announce that since Government Imposes Severe Penally they operated It as an employment on Editor of Freeman's bureau they havo found 65,000 Jobs, entirely free of charge to emi Journal. ployer and employe, for former ser vice men, wnlcn means, on the basis of professional omnloyment bureau fees, the hut has been In strumental in saving some $350,000 Verdict Rendered" In Faco of Evifor former service men in fees. The dence Tendered For Accused K. of C, It may bo added, was one Men. of the few organizations not charg ing former service men for Job finding services. But the Knights have yet to receive their first penny from an man, as their Were Seized id Court and Dragged policy has always been that the war to Prison Before Verdict is fund entrusted to them was to be . Rendered. spent on and not invested in the service men. The Knights are closing tho hut because it has filled well every purpose for which It was opened. A MANY ENGLISHMEN INDIGNANT. record of 65,000 jobs out of a total of 500,000 found by the K. of C. gives It enviable distinction. Newspaper men, among whom P. SERIOUS LABOR PROBLEM. J. Hooper, editor of the Freeman's Journal of Dublin and an Emergency measures to prevent Felner, is highly respected and esthe influx of unskilled and semi- teemed, are appalled by senskilled labor from out of town to tence of imprisonment forthe twelve overflow the metropolitan market months and a flno of $15,000 imare urged In the final employment posed upon him by the court marreport for 1920 issued by 'Supremo tial of Dublin Castle. Secretary William J. McGinloy, of The verdict ot guilty for an ilthe Knights of Columbus. "In New legal act was rendered In tho face York wo aro face to face with a of evidence of the authenticity of eerious condition," his report reads, tho photograph of the flogged boy "not so much due to lack ot em- which tho newspaper published, but ployment for New Yorkers, but to also the Injuries inflicted by mililack of work for those who have no tary order upon the 'boy In Porto- right to expect New York to supply bello Barracks. them with Jobs. The same condt The motlv underlying the course tlon Is truo of Boston, Chicago, St. ot the Irish Secretary. Sir Hamar large cities. Our Greenwood, Louis and other uponv the employment "bureaus havo satisfac- Journal appears to be notFreeman's the vintorily done' their work of finding dication of Justice but Intimidation lomen of the Jobs for of the pres3 his adcalities, but we find increasing in- ministration. for criticising remarkThero Is a vasion of the largo cities by men able story behind Hooper's sentence who might easily find employment which Illustrates Sir Hamar GreenIn the small towns. InNew York by especially we can attrlbuto at least wood's determination, backedIntermilitary force, permit something of the impetus of the ference with histoipollcy in no Ireland. crime wave to tho presHamilton Edwards, ence In the city of large numbers man well known In an EnglishPleot street, of Indigent job hunters from out of. and Martin Fitzgerald, Dublin town. Of 700 men applying for merchant of high standing, a.tho projobs of the K. of C. within the last prietor of the Freeman's Journal, four days fully 500 were were sentenced a couple of weeks men. There is some reason ago by tho martial to for men In special callings coming Imprisonmentsame courtmonths and for six to New York, but there Is absolute- to a fine of '$2,500, for publishing ly no reason why steps should not a rumor that a certain policeman in, bo taken to prevent the large In- County had been gress of d labor that could by the Wexfordand Tans. murdered Black This be iplaced In the smaller cities and punishment towns. Tho nation faces no sterner tho English pressmade somo stir in and, problem than this of correcting the ot influence privately as a result tho haphazard and wasteful distribu- English Cabinet agreed a used, days few d tion of unskilled and ago to release Edwards and Fltz- apprr. tixi m ami , vrrr Jlefore that "became-knoit was understood that Hooper, PROBLEM BEING SOLVED. against whom thero was no case, would get merely a nominal senAt a meeting of the Women's In- tence. The military chiefs and ternational League In Kingway Greenwood bitterly resented Hall, London, Mrs. A. Robinson, (he promhed release of the two who had recently visited Belfast proprietors. In order to make reand neighboring towns, said:. "I lease difficult. If not impossible, had gone there wHth tho belief that Ihey have Inflicted this sentence the two parties wero irreconcilable. upon the editor. I have seen the bitterness that exPromulgation of Hooper's senists, but I havo come back firm In tence was delayed until the day afbethe belief that tho problem was ter rerisen for ing solved by tho awakened con- cess Parliament had and so a ot six weeks, there sciousness of Labor and the Sinn could be no chance of ventilating Fein propaganda: the irartlcs are the in the House ot ComInevitably drawing together." Now mons.affair Timothy Healy, King's counwo wondor how tho troHtor Carson sel and formerly member of ParliaInterprets tho conclusions of this ment, who appeared for the defense, inquiring Englishwoman.. At this showed during Hooper's trial meeting a resolution was adopted two officers of the regiment that Indemanding "the withdrawal of criminated in the outrage on the Britain's armed forces from Ire boy were sitting as members of the land, and that the keeping ot order court martial, This exposure nebo put Into the hands ot tho local cessitated the reconstruction of tho councils, thus creating conditions court, to the chagrin of the authorunder which the Irish people might ities, who camo back on Healy by determine and establish their own removing tho regular Irish conform of government." Mr?. Despard, stabulary from tho little village In sister of Viceroy French, presided which ho lives1, outside of Dublin, at this meeting. and replacing It with Black and anti-Sinn -ce ed out-of-to- ! low-pai- se-ve- rb semi-skille- -- irtrc-caera.- wn Sec-rota- ry vl eye-witne- ss w SCHOLARSHIPS. Searcy-Chllto- n free-for-a- plc-ha- ve gar-ax- I I tary warrant or by any other legal process, application was made to tho Supremo Court for a writ ot habeau? corpus, which was granted, the Lord Chief Justico severely condemning tho unlawful conduct iSchool ot tho ontor the Law of the authorities. Before tho acmn t have received both the tual Issue of the writ tho military Bachelor's Degree (In Arts, Science authorities released Hooper, thus or Letters) and tbe legreo Bachelor evading the process of court. of Arts. unl-rers'- ty April 16, 1921. Appllcatlonsirhoulxl. be filed before MaTflh 15. The fiX- amlnatron is open to students who havo received the Bachelor's Degree In Arts, Science or Letters, and to those who are now In the Senior class in college. Students who desire, as K. ot C. scholars, to A' competitive examination for tho graduate scholarships established by the Knights of Columbus In tho Catholic University will he held tin Vill linan orraefarl had previously been at largo was not yet pronounced guilty, seized in tho court room by military, thrust into a lorry, wa3 driven to Mount Joy prison. Tans. When the trial was finished and the verdict reserved "Hooper, who and was the and Aa nlHoml. mill Mar-bur- TAKES FIRM STAND. IMPP5T UNION, In tho presence of a lar&e gathering of friends and admirers the marriage of Mlrs Margaret Wright Parker and Lieut. Foster Tate was EoHiemnlzcd with nuptial high mass at 9 o'clock Monday morning at St. Louis Bertrand church, Rev. Father Heenan performing the ceremony. The maid of honor, and tho bride's . - hand-pick- ed non-partis- an In the recent secret consistory tho Popo again denounced tho schismatic association, known as k the "Jeonota," in the clergy. He declared that the Catholic Church would never- abolish nor mitigate the law imposing celibacy on the clergy and would never Introduce In church dlsclpOIno such democratic forms as were asked by priests. Tho k certain Pontiff said that German priesta, who at first, belonged to the "Jeonota," had later withdrawn from that organization, and ho expressed tho hope that tho Czechoslovak clergy would do likewise. Czecho-SlovaCzecho-Slova- ers were Lieut. Alexander Kirhy and Lieut. John Lewis. After being showered with congratulations the happy couple left on their honeymoon trip. WILL REPORT SOON., only attendant, was Miss Mary Louise .Moran. The groom's best man was Lieut. Robert N. Moa-tagu- e, of Now Jersey, and tho ush- CAMP. HENRY KNOX. com- - dp - . ts. wni . An exhaustive Inquiry inta the causes and methods ot com Wing tuberculosis has been launched by the Knights of Columbus ipursattt to tho decision reached alt their recent convention In New York to take up tho fight on the white plague. Reports havo been received already from many of the Western and Soutfhwesteru States where antituberculosis institutions aro operated, and within a short time Dr. NAZARETH COLLEGE. B. W. Buckley, of 9L Paul, who heads tho committee. In cha ot A dance and card Iparty will be the Inquiry, expects to make iwblte glyea January 7 by Nazareth Col- tho organisation's report on. the lege. will be Messrs. most effective economical way and Mesdam9 E. J. O'Brien and J. of oentribHUeg to the tight against mander of the Eighty-thir- d Field Artillery, Camp Henry Knox, has been ordered to report to FortSher-Ida111., as head of the Intelligence Department of the Sixth Corps area. The news ot Col. transfer was announced Tuesday by the War Department, when the officer ald that he expected to leave In about two weeks. n, -- Col. Manus McCloskey, ad C. Michael, 'the dleoaao. . .:. ...--. i.. V .A:'t2KV.';i,.-hl.-J- - ,r' - ;' ... -- && - ' iv t ' ...:..rskE.i; r-' Bife., $!& ity L.V.ftAii. Bust ,. "", i.o'it'"W ; .. . ' "'.. V.f t .... KBifTUOinr COMING EVENTS. xBtxmm, jJs&JBmuL&jj&., BELFAST iVMKAL - N An appeal addressed to the Cath social of February 7 for church, Pleasure Itldgo olic people of the (united statesfund St. Paul's expollety workers' PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Park, nt St. Helen's Commercial the i Belfast been received Jin .Louisville by has Club. and Catholic O'C 'onnor, of the Rev. Martin tWoita to the Social and Moral Advancement of Irish American Young Mea'a Church of Our L idy, and others, Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. ttck"kA frit klc showing the outrauos being porpo Institute and Catholic Knights of America. trated upon the C atholics of Bel fast and the ad jolt ing towns. .Tho PRINTING CO., Incetpotaui. Publishers KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN appeal has the ap proval of Right Rev. Bishop MacRo ry, of Down and MJBSCR1PT10N PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c A A A A A A AAA A A Connor, and the cl ergy or the dlo n Mutter. ows: Entered at the Loulavllle Poitofflca ai John Malone ha3 "Doen snondlng cese, and is as folCarsonlto pogrom "Owing to the Witt LIMrr Strut, the holidays in Cincinnati. IRISH AMERICAN, to tte KENTUCKY AH CewoMkatlMS now raging throughout Ulster, al Utmt James McGrath and Coleman Mc most 10,000 Cathdllc wage earners Devltt have relumed from a visit have, since last J uly, .been drlvon UR NEW YEAR'S suggestion of an income-payin- g w . tn Naw Vnrk filtv.. out of the shipyards, railroads, fac investment in the Lou-- -' "'" " ADfslflSg1 council Mrs. D. .J. Malone had as holi torle?, mills and warerooms in Bel isville Gas and Electric Company has proven.very popular and our supday guests Mr. and Mrs. c. o. fast, and the num er is Increasing ply of Mr. Forbes' booklet, "How Bier Business Men Grew. Partee, of Ripley, Tenn. Rick" aw MMtf daily. . , This means starvation for r James TTmillliiin. of Pnpfpp.nafa. them and for neai ly 20.000 others nearly exhausted SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, 1921 Cal., is here on a visit to his moth depending on then1 . Religious fan. T nTTT.WTTXTC. KY .. TT.lll... r.mA mI1. f WW . tjr, iurs. mra nuuiuiau, auu luuiuy. atlclsm, inflamed y Orange politi MANY PEOPLE in making the investment ask us the question, "Can I get John Dugan, eon of Mr. ana Mrs, cians, has been on :e more let loose nrnnli thnlr strongest commercial WHAT DOES Tins MEAN? our and unoffend Frank pugan ana a stuaent at en- - upon people,Industrious horrora of the my money back?" a very natural and proper inquiry. rival at the .proper . time. Write - Ing and th e , ,, , ire uouege, was iiumu lor uiu uuiiiu iuw days. A determined effort should be yuur riiieeuiuit lusn-uriots or 1864, 18' 2 and 1886 re In Belfast Mjsg Margaret Beasley, who has newed and surpassed. made to 'have tho Senate paaa an for a bigger army ana navy, ana There are two ways to obtain our 7 per cent. Preferred Stock: (I) by omflmlmGnt which will rectify, tho thus prepared we can defy John been spending the holidays here, several Catholic crurches have been investing for cash; (2) by means of our savings-investmeplan. to St. John's college at attacked; nuns h ive been chased win Teturn ' anomalous condition created by the Bull and his yellow ally. from tneir burnin j convents; over uoruin. (passed by the 2,000 Catholic families have been immigration bill just Mrs. William Larkln and son, from their homes, their fur MONEY RECEIVED from the sale of our Preferred Stock goes into perTHE POPE'S EDICT. House,, by which Cajholic nuns and Wllliasrt, Jr., aro spending itho holi- driven in most cv ses befog looted niture excluded from . lav hr'nthers aro days with rel.itlvos at Hodeenvllle or burned forty Catholics1 manent property serving the needs of Louisville citizens. The property remains have me ttoiy unice at nome, spesiK- - and Upton, coming into the United States. The continuously at work earning wages for the money invested. The property can been killed, either wantonly or in of ing for His Hblinocs, has issued a Jackson, of Mr. and Mr. J. defense of their homes, and 200 bill does not exclude ministers not be taken up and sold and converted into cash. It has to stay on the job. iholl-t- o urging Bishops and priests vlllo, Tenn., are spending tho Eight hundred others wounded. any religious denomination, bona Catholic families :rero driven from watch the activities of the Y. M. J??,'111 .J' P' Sweenev' of tide students at educational instituthe neighboring town of LIsburn, WHEN A PREFERRED SHAREHOLDER desires to convert his dividentions, travelers or temporary so- C. A., charging Hhat while that or- the Tctenm L. and most of whom I ecame homeless d-paying ganization professes absolute free-- N engineer, is Spending the holiday refugees In Belfafct. The priests' stock into journers for business and pleasure paying cash he can do so by selling his and the families, attendants, ser- dom of thought In religious mat- season with his son, Will Soden, at house in LIsburn Was attacked and stock. The Company, through its Investment Department, maintains a market burned to the ground as wero most vants and employes of government ters, It instills Indltferentlsm and Hackensack, N. J. for this stock and will handle resales for shareholders at nominal expense. This dwellings. Ca liollc Miss Mildred Kllgus, a student of the other of re- dpostasy to the Catholic religion In officials. But the members The nuns, too, had to fly for their expense usually amounts to about $2.00 a share. A single threesmonths' divi"."'"V-.,-- 7 The," ligious orders whose .function It is the minds of its adherents. lives. The amoun of property lost U1CUI(7 IIGt DJCUU 111(7 IUU11UUJO dend on one share of stock amounts to $1.75 a share, simply to teach, and hundreds of decree is not surprising to Catho- Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kllgus. or destroyed In Bf Uast is estimated whom have come from great educa- lics who kpow how the Y, M. C. A. Henry Maloney, of Cincinnati, at over 1,500,00 0. In tho little of Europe to has discriminated against them, and was here during the holidays as tho town of LIsburn it exceeds the rela tional Institutions AN INVESTOR ON THE SAVINGS-INVESTMEN- T tively enormous sum of 80p,000. PLAN may withprove the bulwark of the system of refuses to recognize a Catholic as , guest of his undo and aunt, Mr. In Banbridge, Dr 3more, Newtown-ard- s draw his money at any time during the savings period. If he withdraws he and Mrs. Thomas Lynch. y in tho United a Christian, and a Catholic appliChristian education and Bangor, towns in the J. Carlisle Schmltt, of Owens- receives 3 per cent, interest for the time the Company has had his money, as States, will be excluded from enter-In- s cant for membership Is classed as boro, was here .for the holidays on vicinity of Belfas ., the houses of against the 6 per cent, he would receive if he completed the transaction and bill passes an "associate" member and placed a visit to his father. Frank Schmltt, Catholics have beim wrecked, loot the country if the ed and burned in i similar way. It secured his 7 per cent. Preferred Stock investment. the Senate In its present form. in tho same category as a Chinese and family, of Garvin Place was not the Huns did this! When Miss Nancy Birch returned .from Belgium was ravasod, the people of teaching or Japanese or some other heathen Practically every religious Ind., to the United Statas amo nobly to the order In the United States owes its race. Incidentally the Y. M. C. A. St spend the holidays with her par- relief of the hclplews victims of war. As a matter of fact, very few people either desire to part with their Pre7 women who has an unwritten law that only ! foundation tomenand ents, Mr. and Mrs. Seth Birch. "Wo appeal to tAie freedonn-lovlnferred Stock or withdraw from the have come here from foreign lands per cent, of Jews may be admitted. Mlsji Agnes K. Moriarty, Milwaupeople of America for aid for our kee, Wis., arrived last week to noor victims of Imsensate and diaanxious to undertake the care and visit her mother, Mrs. Geoffrey bolical fanaticism The Catholics TAKING NO ACTION. education of tho young. Many of Moriarty, Brook street, during the of Ireland, Scotl; nd and England tho teaching orders have their head- have up to the pr ;sent most generOur Investment Department Will Supply Complete Information. The State Department at Wash holidays. A nuarters In foreign countries. Kelly, Mies investigate arrived Clareweek to East St Louis, ously given, to tht ir utmost ability. large number of them call upon ington is going to In order to keep their victimized spend the holilast from starvation. tholr establishments in these for charges made- - by Mrs. Annot E. days with Mrs. Fred Wlrth and at their We are now drlvei i to appeal to the eign countries for trained instruct- Robinson, of Manchester, England, Miss Clara May Wlrth kind hearts of ou Irish kin across Wdlls, at home on Bardstown road. ors and specialists and oven, when that American Consul Wj can not stand Miss Inez Gleeson, who has been lire Atlantic. threatened by paucity of teachers, Manchester, toad attempted lo prefive jllent and see our people starve' Sheridan for the for assistants in the lower grades. vent her from coming to this coun- at Fort has been spending last holi"Until the ruler; of 'Carson-shirmonths, the That these men and women, who try to testify before tho commission days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. aro brought to their senses at tho (Incorporated In Kentucky.) bar of public opinion throughout are willing to devote "their lives to of the committee of 100 investi- P. J. Gleeson, Garvin Place. - the Among the Loul'ivlBe people In tho world, we hava got to heltho training of America's children, gating conditions in Ireland. ConOrange of victim? of and whose predecessors furnished sul Genoral Skinner, at London, has New York City for the holidays 'liollIshne3S.' this IL then brand can Unt we against the beon asked for a full reTort of the wero J. P. Dumesnll, P.- - B. Sharp, only send out thlfi S. O. S. acros tho 'best safeguards V. M. Smith, T. G. Haines, R. L. the seas tor help nor our persecuted radicalism which it Is understood circumstances surrounding the vise Humphrey and E. L. Salter. people." now bill are of Mrs. Robinson's passport. Mean the provisions of tho Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bryan and .Last .Sunday Rrtv. Father chiefly aimed at, has caused a while no action will bo taken iby little daughter, Harriet EMzabeth, read the apnea! and at once A.la., aro visiting of Montgomery. sensation among Catholic our Government in regard to the was parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess $100 sent ns contributed toofthe fund their a forerunner more to educators. ' refusal to vise tho passports of the McCarthy, and Mr. and Mrs. L and follow. Checks miy be sent to the inBryan, South Louisville. committee of 100. It would be Very Rev. P. ConWery, Vicar Geru THIS IS RICH. Mrs. William M. Hlgglns and eral of the diocerel St. 'Mary's Hall txiMVVVVVWvvttwyyttyywyyYYYYYyYrYYrYYyy-yvrteresting to know why. Mrs. Thomas D. Clines entertained Belfast. Thursday afternoon at the Clinea That the .time has arrived when THE WORST YET. home In Audubon PaTlc for Mr. and DAUGHTERS (t)F ISABELLA tho Government ofticlads should stop the British propaganda now - That Government officials, taking Mrs. Frank E. Flaherty, of Great Falls, Mont., in whose honor a numPORTRAITS FROM LIFE breeding dissension and hatred In advantages of' advance information ber of social affairs had been given of Tomorrow belnj; the anniversary the organization of LouWille this country is undeniable, especial- obtained in their confidential posi this week. Circle, .Daughters of Isabella, now PHOTOGRAPHIC TINTING A delightful party was civen one of the forem ist and most acly when the Ulster League of North tions, participated In a "rakeoff" of pU AND COMMERCIAL ART j Mies Margaret Brqcar by the Eunoo tive In the count ry, the members upon 4,000,000 America calls millions of dollars, was disclosed In honor of her birthday an- will follow their usual custom bv Ulstermen and their descendants before the Senate investigating com Club Specializing in the highest quality execution ;! niversary. wero attending mass and receiving holy Those present living in .the United States to en- mittee last week. This Is worse Misses Catherine Campbell, Julia communion in a body. St. Louis g prices within reason. Try us. roll in the Ulster volunteers, a mili- than we Tiad anticipated. We blam- May King, Sue Scanlon, Kalherlne Bertrand's church has been chosen Mary Elizabeth for this year and all members are . . . organization, and to hold them- ed the operators and the brokerage Hasselwander, tant Courier-JournCampbeT.1, JJ5-JJ- 7 Simon, Mary urged to mass, at Building selves in readiness for service in firms as well as the dealers for Catherine AntoinetteEvelyn .Quire, which will be presento'clock.the In tho Kelty, bo at KY. urgent appeal for- profiteerings. Ireland, in an Government Geneva Clephas, Mary Louise Bry- afternoon at 3 o'ctlock at tho reguWhen warded to its branches in this coun- officials' get mixed up la tho scan ant, Doll Brocar. lar meeting to be held In Knights of Halt tht new Amer Mr. Mrs. try. This ds an insult to real action. tained andparty John KImbel enter- Columbus be Insta led. officers for dal it Is time for effective of young folks last 1921 will a icans, who know there are not Yet wo doubt whether any punishI 083 City at tehlr home on Telephones 502 Main 4,000,000 Ulstermen in existence. ment wtll be meted out to the of- Tuesday evening street, Tho usual JANUARY INTENTION. North Twentieth The Executive Committee sent out fenders. Government has sdiown It- parlor games were played and all In recommendir g the intention immensely. themselves from the headquartors of the self to be powerless, against tho enjoyed STRICTLY PRESH Among those present wero Misses for January our H ly Father has no League at 609 Tremont Temple, nroflteere. Raggto, Helen Marietta Murphy, desire to arouse .hostility against Boston, a communication reading in Hlgglns, Margaret Riley, those not of our holy 'faith. He has Aline part as follows: Irene Penner, Anna Price, Sarah no purpose of incl Ing us to TRUCE TALK ENDED. May Garry, Isabelle Boho, Reglna and nnlmoslty. Far from It. He Is "The crisis 4n Ireland has reachfailBrown, Alice requesting us to yray tor ed a point where loyal Ulstermen There Is an end of "truce talk" Murphy, Catherine James Barry, ure of tlie efforts of those tho Protes Messrs. With the Tarige of the throughout the world must step for in Ireland. It Is reported that ne- Lcnahan; Fitzgerald, Leo KImbel, tant societies Which are carrying on ward In defense of their principles gotiations Qiave fallen through. We Thomas Lenahan, Edward Murphy, a campaign of Ocean and bitterness Harry DtooroBJU and Institutions. The Ulster Vol- never expected anything else. Lloyd Raymond Krebs, Thomas Qulnn, against the church In Catholic coun FRESH SHIPMENTS unteer Conps Is In process of forma- George wanted 'the truce to be a James Malone, A.ndrew O Lcary, tries and are endeavoring, by every mill William Brown, Vernon McCaffrey, means, to destroy he falth-'o- f tion In every corner of tho globe. RECEIVED DAILY affair all tho Irlsm to Ions of Catholics. While wo pray Send your enrollment to the head- deliver up their arms, and to place fervently that the ipoor and needy HANLON LEAVES. quarters of tho Ulster League of themselves at tho mercy of the In Catholic countrl js may bo saved Try Our Celebrated North America Immediately and British Government, while the Col. P. J. Hanlon, President of from the efforts of those who 'Bay State Haddock through or misguided zeal hoild yourselves in readiness for "Black and Tans" were to continuo tho Broadway Realty Company, will would turn tljem frtom the one true Finnan Haddies leave Louisville afcout tho first of service." their murders and burnffcgs as tho take an executive, posi Church of Christ, Jot us do more. Ocean Salmon James Ray, President of the usual. Only one answer could be tion year to the Lorlllard Tobacco Let us pray that the light may with League, commenting on the appeal returned to sitch a proposal. We Company In New York. Col. Han- come to our separated brethren to HEALTHFUL "YOU'LL FIND IT WORTH WHILE" know tho true Church of Christ and from expect In for volunteers, said: TO EAT IN A the terrible conditions, In lon formerly was of charge of the that grace may be! given them to NUTRITIOUS the American follow the tone of our recent communica- Ireland to continue. But tho Irish Louisville plants the light. Tobacco Company. ho was tions from Belfast, I should say Republican! army has not surrender- made Vice President Later the comECONOMICAL of CALLAHAN FOR) KENTUCKY that conditions are looked upon as ed unconditionally. pany. He resigned several years Incorporated infinitely mote serious than over ago to look after his personal interBAY STATE FISHING CO. THE HOUSE OF QUALITY AND QUANTITY Formation of the lAmerican Comests. While regretting his departure before. Contrary to "reports emaTOLICY. EXTERmNATION Variety of Hot Dishes, Pastry, Homo Blado Pies, Cakes, Meats every success mittee for Relief In Ireland, with a his friends wish him Wholesale and Retail. nating from Sinn Fein .sources, preliminary fund cjf $300,000 to In his new field. EXCELLENT OOFFEE complete organization work and 224 West Jefferson Street Lloyd George and the British Ulster as a whole is determined to 219 SOUTH FIFTH STREET 004 SOUTH FOURTII STREET start relief, was announced at a stamp out the Insidious Sinn Fein Government continue tholr policy MICHAEL MALONEY. meeting in New Yot-- City oa "Wed la Middle of Square Near Broadway Opposite Jefferson Theater movement. We will fight .to. tho of extermination In Ireland, the anof business City 9010 PRICES REASONABLE PROMPT SERVICE Laat Monday morning- Michael nesday from variousmen of Irish the counte- murdering of men and women belast man before we will parte o cestry nance separation frorh the Brltisli ing part of their dally calendar. Maloney, one of the best known and country. Cardinal Gibbons, of Bal pioneer residents highly Empire and consent to be ruled by The British Labor party after care- pf this esteemed at the age of timore, heads the list comprising pity, died tho committees national reported investigation that eighty-tw- o years at his homo, 1231 Morgan J. O'Brien was council ful r hostile element." elected Here is some real work .for the England's reign of terror and anHARVEY-JELLIC- O age. The deceased came to this tlve committee, and present administration and the archy In Ireland was on a parallel old J. J. Pulieyn, PROTECTED FROM country from Ireland while a youth, President of the Hmigrant IndusAmerican Legion, which shouM at with any story of savagery and bru- and spent the last sixty-fiv- e years . (INCORPORATED) trial. Savings Bapkr Treasurer, once proceed and round up these tality In the world's history. of his life as a gardener and land- Others on tho national council) Inscape designer In Cave HiM ceme- clude Thomas F. Ryan, George M. aliens and transport them to the The Company With the Coal and the Service. v tery, lie had beautified thou- Cohan and Nicholas F. Brady, New Eastern Ky. Block, $10.50 country where they belong. DeAppreciating your good will and sands wliere graves. His more than York; Col, P. H. Callahan, Louisof Yards located at Fifteenth and Magnolia. Yard ut First and A. spite thelAravings about numbers, patronage, It is our sincere wls.h three score years of eervJce at the An- Eastern Ky.Mine Run $8.50 we doubt if there are more than that the New Year greet you with cemetery was not ended .by advanc- ville; Edward L. Djoheny, Loo Vurd and Elerator, Fopo and Payne Streets. J. (Walsh, Helena, ing years, and he was on tho pay- geles; Thomas Hires and Edward Western Ky. Lump, $8.75 4,000 of them, and not over 400 success and happiness. Mont.; Edward Both Phones at All lards. roll as an active worker at the time N. Hurley, Chicago;! David I. Walsh would fight unless conscripted. Western Ky. Nut, $8.25 of- his death. Surviving him are LOCATE DE VALERA. J. PhelaV Boston; Mitwo eons, Capf. John Maloney, and Jame3Dooley, Providence; the chael F. ENGLISH PROPAGANDA. Eamonn De Valera, President of formerly a Lieutenant of tlhe Louis- Right Rev. Michael J. Gallagher, Coal Co. Republic, who went into ville police force. Who resigned and Bishop of Detroit; jr. Rogers Flan-ner- Geo. Miller, the Irish The malls are being flooded with seclusion several weeks ago for a entered the army with the commisPittsburg, and J. K. Mullen, and James Ma- Denver. circulars. Hrging the recipient to rest, Is still Indisposed in "his .hiding sion of Captain, duaghters, Elevator and Yards Make your home hospitable and attracMisses Barry three write his Congressman and Senator place near Now York City, Monday loney, and Annie Maloney and Mrs. tive this winter by the the addition of and Howard against a larger appro- Boland, his secretary, said just re- Nellde andHourlgan, besides many CARDINAL GAINING STRENGTH. Twenty-Sixt- h protesting Patrick night. Boland, who has attractive and correct lighting. priation for army and navy Continued improvement in TVcst 040 Bhawneo 1 1 turned from a New England trip other relatives. Tho funeral serGibbons' condition to reported If with Mrs, Muriel MacSwiney, widow vices, which were largely attended, latter. especially the is from Union Mills, W PORTABLES, PLOOR LAMPS, LIGHTING FURNITURE traced down it will be found that of the late Lord Mayor of Cork, rore held Wednesday mornlns at staying at the horn d.,ofwhere be T. CALL US FOR requiem where being circulated said he Intended visiting De VaSora St. John's church, repose a ihis soul Shriver. The Cawdlnal's Robert tola propaganda is physician of Shortly afiter Do high mas?Tfor the on Tuesday, by secret agents of the British Gov- Valera gave up his hotel suite, Bo- was celebrated toy the Rev. Father said Friday that if .he prelate con;Mltfhaei tinued to tain etreacth be would ernment. John Bull la up to hte land ald. he would reappear the Schuhmann, the pastor. Trad lived an active and soon be able to rctu n to Boitfenore, wants to lull America day after Christmas. It is new INC30XP01U.TJD rSttrlck8 and FOK AIA PORPO8MS hi about wJr. knowa tba--t the President hae Ibeea Useful life, true to hle faith and probablyBenediet oaa Baaday orAwred Pope Main 1890 528 WJEST JEFFERSON City 897" a needed reet art the home oif loyal to hie adapted country ad a KeadCMity Oomrnmera OU Oeeapaajr mSA tor th d'.ftflHaHtohlle he awl Japan takiatf James K, McGwire at New credit to the race from wMcfe be that epaatei Hon, KeefeKky Crystal Electric Washer and Wringer. Universal Farm Lighting PJaate. iMttorlUe Oarttaal. to aeteat ana l came. Pre-Lent" KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. 1 SOCIETY. Second-Cla- 319-32- 1 A Question Many People Ask Us L2Z - M .- -- W Un nt I Nash-decr- ee j1 non-divide- nd . Vt 11.11, ,"" : I i Marys-of-the-Wood- s, g savings-investmentpla- n. fellow-countrym- e' Louisville Gas and Electric Company Chestnut Street Telephone City or Main 2182 311 West ip.ro-fou- nd VMRS. GERTRUDE ROSS I at ! LOUISVILLE, .1 al 1 DON'T FORGET THAT Ill-w- ill OCEAN FISH GRAYV0N ALLMEN Sanitary Milk Co. HOME nl-v4- lll one-side- d IS THE OF PURE MILK ill-w- ill "ASK YOUR GROCERS.". taaaaaaanaaAA.oaaftaaafaaaaainmi, Standard Dairy- Lunch House - Screened Coal ICE AND SNOW )) fri COAL CO. - y, Jr., Brighten Up Electrically! pur-poee- a, Cardinal t Oil and Grease ELECTRIC SPECIALTY COMPANY Mal-o-ne- RoetoUe. ( "4 -- ." "t -- V; iv & I m0Mm IflRft? Vand mens I5LAND CREEK COAL MACARONI EGG NOODLES SPAGHETTI furnishings HlA Kpl.VKJ (H1 Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and Oldest Bank in the State. National . Banh of Kentuchy FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. piMBv w "The Best the Earth Produces." MINED IN LOGAN COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA Drs. Harrison and Sfrassburg' Wo Make a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. Wo Uso All Modern Appliances In the Elimination of Pain. On December 28 we received a large river 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET shipment of freshly mined coal which Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. Phono City 45D3 Phono City 4503 enables us to reduce the price Prepared Screen Lump $10.50 Per Ton. LEWIS DOUGLAS MORTON PENDBNNIS Inc. A. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. DRINK r JM f 1ERTELN tHfla JfS Bj PITTSBURGH FUEL COMPANY BfOOJUPOKATBD HUBER HAND STOKER 25 PER CENT. COAL SAVING. ! Furnace Repairing Combustion Engineering City 8381 521-2- 3 231 WEST MAIN ST. ASK FOR BOTH PHONES 35, WWBLEDARK INCORPORATED 73te Z)rnc furf Zeat;es a Pleasant Menwrn ODH OBRTElv CO. EWING'S DAIRY tOniSVILIjB. KBNTTJOKX". of Oorlels Dark and Oertcls Light. Also Makers Weekly Savings Club STMT BNE THIS K9NTH WITH TKC Some Phone, City 7804 Cumb. Phone, West PRODUCTS 412-W Frank Hartman & Sons 1300 WEST MARKET STREET Residence Phone Shawnee 122-- J HOUSE PAINTERS South Louisville Bank AND DECORATORS Foertk nad Ceatral Aveane PURE WHOLESOME SAFE. JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING ' WML P. BANKON PLASTERER Cumb. 8. IB 4 lar socleltles 'through their operations In the extreme South, we feel justified iu warning all American citizens against 'Invisible empires' whose power is seemingly aimed at the peace end weti being of o citizens. Catholics and the Kinlghts of Columbus have been and are ob- AT FACTORY PRICES. jects of open hostility on the part organizations in. tho Easy terms. Phone us for free of these South, We shall no longer trial on our 1920 model In your lightly tolerate active bigotry that home. aims to disturb the peace of society We repair any sewing machine. by stirring up unfounded suspicions among persons of different religious & CO. views. The Knights ofv Columbus J. C. DORSEY profess no Invisible power. The record of the K. of C. during the City CC50 war and after the war and long before tho war is (plain. Wo have 542 E. JEFFERSON ST BEET served the country quite invisibly and intend to continue that service. And we Intend, so far as possible, to make fomenters of religious calumny and discord legally responEastern Kentucky sible for their acts." SINGER Sewing Machines COURT PLACE Main 1050 ex-tre- NEW O. T. COAL YARD COAL CO. S. Clay and Fulton Streets. High Grade Coal at tho very lowest prices. Give us a trial. City 4489; Main 1058 Sow Phone, Oity 4300 Ml mmm nis TwUtTtH fcrFrotUttnSlUar efPorS Com tklCori, Cumb. Phone, Mala 35 80-- Joseph Hubbuch Sr. & Son Dealers In FOR THE BEST SHOCK ABSORBERS Sen Ice Station 2d and Liberty WALL PAPER AND RUGS 1123-113- stabllshed 1820 - - LoHlavllI., Ky OFFICQ OUTFITTERS STATIONERS PBJNTBKb STORAGE OP AUTOMOBILES NIGHT AND DAY. ALUMNAE IS WELCOME. CONTRACTING Oity 8380 GLOBE BROOK AND BLOOM SECURITY LOAN OO IneorpomtoC Repair Work, Cleaning and General A. Lazar, Maa&eor Polishing. Money Advanced on Ycrar Plain Hao Kentucky-Indian- a Automotive Go. Broadway Shoes at First. Homo Tel. 3063 812 West Jefferson Street For Every Member Family Home Phone 3906 of the (Second Home Phone City 2967. BEB POOLEY Flr) FRED FEIGE & SON UNION MADE SHOES AND SMPPERS 431 EAST MARKET STREET LOUISVILLE - - - - KBNTUOKT FOR MONMY. Loans to those having regular or salary, with no publicity r red tape. Loans to housekeeper! on their personal security. F. R. POOLSY, Building. &m 1, Courier-Journ415 S. Fourth Street. al PARRAKEET tthaeralwater & Grocery Company Incorporated Home Phone, Shawnee 803 Mrs. John McEniry, President of of Federation N. W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson the International announces that OAIiL. Catholic Alumnae, the fifth biennial convention of the organization will bo held in Louis- Four-in-On- e ville in October. 1922. Under the Watch Crystals Fitted 20o of tho Federation the time 603 Marion E. Taylor Bldg. Watch and Jewelry Repairing and place of its general conventions are fixed by the President with the Marti 1207 City 272 The Radius Jewelry Shop concurrence of the Executive Board. The latest biennial meeting was 408 SOUTH FOURTH AVE. held lost October in Boston, attendNext to Rex Theater ed by 138 delegates, fifty-fiv- e alterOpen Evenings Until O P. M. nates, nine supreme officers and Clt? 1184. Governors from twenty States. Thirteen international chairmen. ,were -- V also present. As the organization Is now .firmly established or in process of extension in various quarters In which it was not previously existent, its numerical strength ot 25,000 is expected to show a conFamous Diamond Block and siderable growth by the time the Rogers Bros. Block, tho Coal next convention will have assemfor Stoves and Furnace. bled. Louisville will give the alumWholcsalo and Retail. nae a real Kentucky welcome. s City 2028 South 2400 w. a . utter . INCORPORATED, COAL Coal Co. KY. HASSLER SALES CO. City FALLS CITY HALL BLDG., 6 WEST MARKET ST. X. O 2712 Phones Mnin 3473 AST THE SISTERS OF CHARITY NAZARETH Announce the Opening ot OF Oa Vtunlrar., SUmoadi anS oUier Vw onal Property at Eowtit SatM U Oity PEOPLE'S FBOVIDXST ASSOOXAXIOV Incorporated 8. by-la- NAZARETH COLLEGE 831 SOUTH FOURTH STREET LOUISVILLE, KY. For Further Information Call at Presentation Academy a 20S COLEMAN BUILDINO COn. THIRD AND JEFFERSON V lp MrK 0V DR. A. H. EDWARDS EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT GLASSES ADJUSTED SUITE 218 FRANCIS BUILDING FOURTH AND CHESTNUT STS. Phone City 4720 Hours 9 to 5, 7 to 8 p. m. Hark RalMr, MMHLffS ItBMHHHHKI !ri Vsrt .Jar COAL - - COAL 'ctfv FRED. C'LOEMKER 1 .,. u... ... .a . Z ..,. v .gam ' inr KECO ! RETURN THANKS. w .l. urm r FOURTH AND O STS THE VERY BEST HENRY GOSS ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING FOR THE BENEFIT OF TOUR KTONEYS DRINK PARRAKEET MINERAL WATER Parkway 405 Designs & Estimates Furnished Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted Asphalt Shingles a Specclalty 2011 WEST BROADWAY THE SHEPPARD Incorporated MFG. CO. LIBERTY BLOW Mechanical Air Engineers Manufacturers and Erectors of DUST COLLECTING SYSTEM We Make a Specialty of Pipe PIPE WORKS Work for STEEL AND IRON WORKERS 1612 WEST MAIN STREET Home Phone, City 577 LOUISVILLE, KY. Steam Forglngs and Fire Escape Apparatus Oar Specialty JOHN B. O'LEARY OTTY HEATING & VENTDLATINa 644 EAST JEFFERSON ST. LOUISVILLE, KY. OO. Both Phones 2406 REUTLINGER & .CO. Adolph RentllBger Headquarters for FARM PROPBRTY See us about anything In real Htate. We sell, buy and rent. SO 4 W. JEFFERSON ST. Some Phone City 4464. AND FIRE INSURANCE LIABILITY AND PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET TORNADO, C&M. S. Xrapp B. A. Xrapp Home Phone, City 700S SRAPP'S MEAT MARKET Wholesale and Retail AVB BEXF, POXX, VSAJj AST9 All Xlaas of Bmoked Meats 203 HAST JEFFERSON STREET H.BOSSE$SON Funeral Directors JOHN B. WATHEN PURNTrURB MOVING AND and EtTibaimers. Telephone 1022 PAOKDifl 600 E. 33KSOA.IW'A. nOMBInONE8S C S80 South Twety-0te4f- e B. Wast Shawnee 1986 LONG DISTANCE HAULINGI ltf 3 National Catholic Welfare has been incorporated under the laws of the District of Columbia, with Cardinal Gibbons, BASKETBALL. George E. Hamilton, and Rev. John Catholic League basketball folH J. Burke, C. S. P. General Secretary lowers witnessed stirring games of the Council, as the incorporators. Tuesday night, each full ot thrills In the articles of incorporation, from the beginning until tho final filed with the recorder of deeds ot whistle. Mackln Council won from the District of Columbia, the ob- r. the Vernons and holds first place, jects and business ot the corpora-tlosit Is stated, are "to unify, the only team that has not lost. encourage, 'promote and St. Xavler defeated Trinity Council by a big score, and in a close and carry on all Catholic activities In exciting game the Bertrands nosed the United States; to organize and out the K. ot C. Interest in this conduct social welfare work at league is increasing, as each game home and abroad; to aid in education, care for immigrants1 and genattracts a larger crowd. Tho St. Xavler Midgets, Steurle, erally to enter into and promote by Smith, Ridge, Cllnes and Huber, de- instruction, publication and direcfeated tho Jeffersonvllle Juniors by tion, the objects of its being." the ecore of B0 to 13 on Tuesday. HOLLAND AT VATICAN. Steurle and Ridge starred for the Saints, while Hoover did best work Approval having been given by tor the Hoosiers. tho Djitoh Chamber to the bill providing for the establishment of a PRIEST WJLL BEAR RELIEF. (permanent minister at the Vatican, Hundreds ot the irlends ot the it is reported, the Holy See soon Right Rev. Monsignor F. A.. Rempo will appoint a Nuncio at The Hague. gathered Monday night at the ball No Papal! representative has been of St. Clement's church in- - Chicago at the Dutch capital since diplo to bid him godspeed on bis depar- matic relations with the Vatican ture for Europe to distribute funds were Interrupted In 1907 with the and clothing contributed by Catho- recall of Monsignor Rodollo Glovan- lics throughout the United States nini. The Dutch Foreign Minister for the benefit of sufferers from the then had failed to Invite ,Ahe Pope World War. Monsignor Rempo, who at Tho Hague. is one of the Vicars General of the START RIGI archdiocese of Chicago, has Tjjcen specially chosen for tho purpose by Everyone is invited to start tho the Catholic hierarchy in this country, and while he Is in. Europe is New Year right by attending the expected to investigat conditions entertainment to be given by the thero at first and for the Ameri- ladles of St. Charles Borromeo h and Chestcan Cardinals, Archbishops and church, Bishops. It is the first time that a nut, next Monday evening. All are Catholic tarclate Irom the United urged to be on hand by 8:30 States has gone on this kind ot an o'clock, when the gong taps. A Jolly evening Is assured those who enterprise ro Europe. are present. Council WML Mil CO. The w ttmtn. ?L J. O. Pre. J(uol. Heo. aad 1PrM EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS VMdUMt. XUal.ra CO. L. GRAUMAN Incorporated tor. Tixttur, la All Mafia of fflo aa6 BofM, OMh Bft- tora, Ktxovr Cum, ComnUw, MhelTtzg, Kto. 610 WZSX JCAIH H. W. DUBISKE & CO. FINANCIAL SERVICE B. 406-7-- streets, through the Kentucky Irish American return sincere thanks to JOHN ASSENT all kind friends and benefactors who generously contributed to the support of the home and its hunPIANO TUNER' dreds of old jaople. Tho Sisters extend best wishes to all for a Kiessed, prosperous and ihappy New 1020 EAST BURNETT AVENUE Year. The Inmates of the homo Home Phono, City 8398 had made great preparations for the coming ot the Infant King and en joyed indeed a merry Christmas. City 6910 Roe., Shawnee 1863-TUSIHNG CAMPAIGN. Two Messrs, Tho Little Sisters of tho Poor, in charge of St. Josaph's Homo for tho Aged Poor, Tenth and Magazine Hem. Phone, City IIMW IMS 8 F. MARKHAM, Mgr. INTER-SOUTHER- N BLDG. Home, Oity 4990 Cumb., Main 490 PALACE GLEANERS, & DYERS Incorporated EXPERT CLEANERS OF LADD3S' WEARING AND GENTLEMEN'S L MONUMENT AT LOURDES. t CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971.y U. J. BARRETT'S AND EMBALMERS. 44VVlMVlWb4M4VWVV SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS SS? tt&Lm Main. JSHn?3t. THOMAS KEEN AN 1529 WEST MARKET STREET I monument ot thanksgiving at the sacred Grotto of Our Lady or r.niirrtAH. Marshal Ferdinand Foch has selected Michelet, the well known sculptor, who created the is.. of C pilgrimage memorial medals of Petain and Foch, to have charge of the decorative work of the monument, wihlch It Is claimed to make the most Impressive memorial in the south of France. The monument feet high, having will be eighty-on- e at Its base a chapel which will con tain tho names or those who aiea in tho war, Here perpetual service for the hero dead will be (held. WARNING SOUNDED. BIshon of Lourdes. France. Has fiont official word to tfe Knights ot Columbup that plans aie under way ror 'the erection oi a Th ..lXJKnESfciXv M? DIRECTOR.. UfttH at-7 MlffA Fural VIT-T- lf Director amtl Emlalmr LOOWTKLS, KX & OHMPMnn Warning asabutfMhe Intrusion, of certain .forma ot organized bigotry from the extreme South into the North 'has been Bounded by William. J. McGlnley, of New York, Supreme of Secretary of the Knights Coluinfous. "Reports state tbt the Ku Klux Klan te organizing a branch in New York and forawche nd other eniw. The in Chicago Commander, or 'Supreme WIard,' tVded. of thi organisation, R Us revoKed, say thero are of newly initiated ettiseiu of hk liavwible mpir. Krom what w know of tarn crcairiMAtan and aimi' ukii tbou-Mm- dc English labor leaders, O'Grady and Will Thome, both members ot Parliament, are pushing their campaign for for Ireland, with great vigor. Meetings are being held all over England for this purpose, and the great mass of British trade unionists are heartily supporting the campaign. Indeed it is hard to see how thoughtful Englishmen can be opposed to a free Ireland; for it goes without saying that a free and prosperous and populous Ireland would bo a tower of strength to tho Empire because It would be to her Interest to see that 'her neighbor who is her best customer would come to no harm. England herself would bo tho bigger gainer, inasmuch as the cost of defending the Irish coast lino wouM be saved, and her fleets would be free ito concentrate on the defense ot England horselt when the occasion arose. A'3 it is, Ireland is now the one weak spot in the imperial armor, and o with the development of the SENTENCE FOR COUNTESS. and submarine, a hostile Ire land would make England's dereat, In Dublin on Tuesday tho In a conflict with a great power, a Countess Georglna Markiavicz, who certainty. on o was tried by a charge of conspiracy to organize a LADY GEDDES' UPTILTED NOSE. seditious society, was sentenced to two years af hard Iqbor in prison. The impudence of tho female The specific allegation against her English bounders passes all imagiwas that between January, 1918, nation. Tho Geddes woman, if you and September, 1920. She bad please, would tell Americans wihom plotted to organize a "Fianna they should receive and whom they Elreann," or Sinn Fejn Boy Scouts' shouldn't! Geddes is some kind of Society. This organization has been a Scotch rags, bottles, sacks man, charged "wlfh tho conspiracy to mur- who for the usual dirty work gets Is sent der military police. one ot the inferior titles-anoverto Washington to continue his LAnOR FOR' FREEDOM. favorite occupation. His wife, who no doubt was, in her day, a thrifty has The Louisville Trades and Labor and Assembly at its meeting this week now out as Leedy blossomed paslsod resolutions calling for tho Geddes no less. She might sport freedom of Ireland. ' Tho same ac her titles, for all we care, if she tion ha's been taken rby the Ameri- had only minded her own business. can Federation and the central She objected to Mrs. MacSwiney labor bodles'In all oir lRTger cities. If you please. Mrs. MacSwiney; independent entirely of her personal attainments and tier dignity as wife Thoro was ti ihpp observance of of ono ot earth's great martyrs, Christmas and the IhoHday season comes of a family who wouldn't at Lexington, wnlh W.wa marked by tolerate the Geddes within a mifte the Catholic of their kltcheif- c- When tho forsoecial services In churches and many home wather- - bears ot the Geddes clan were tags. Byrne. warming their (heavy shins at a MiaMr XftMnM Kather'no Morer. Martha FaUon (linker's fire in craggy Scotland, the and Dolly Traymor w horn from. pople of the Iritfh lady dwelt in Nttsareth Aoadety mt OortotmM, honor among their own, la a counr try where (Mood Is indeed much and Jame Byrnes jfbasty nfl breeding more. Saa aid Reagan rro4 Iron St. Maty ne Actuaey. Francisco- -but. Leader. ' to -- Sullivan Transfer Co. Incorporated GENERAL TRANSPORTATION, TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND "HAYRDDE PARTIES" 1129 WEST MAIN STRjQET OAMBLY. BROS. All APPAREL ARTHUR H. ROHMANN, Manager S. W. Cor. Third and Walnut Sts. City 866 West 866 Oscar Farmer & Sons Oity Elevator Kinds of Footwear Whole Family Two HAMBLY'8 and Warehouse Hay, Grain and Feeds SHOK BTOBJH The Home of "Quality Feeds' lor tfc a: Store Shaw. 171C City 7114 ' 122 N. FOURTH ST. AND 218 N. FIFTEENTH ST. Mtk asd Portland. 18ta and MogazuM NATIONAL HATTXES 325 WEST JEFFERSON BTRSMbT, Yeara Ought To Be Sufficient Guarantee For My Knowledge and Integrity If It's For Sale Give Me a Call Thirty-tw- o Twenty-sevent- PINS VARBLE REALTOR AND AUCTIONEER 214 LOUISVILLE TRUST BLDG. DYERS AND CLEANERS CALL FOR AND DELTVHR Home, Phone, City 1931 Both Phones aero-iplan- court-marti- al' lORAN W.SMITH'S SON I AL. S. SMITH, PROP. I Funeral SO Director and Embalmer ? d BOTH PHONES 810. i XHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE 5T5 1"1"H-I- -- 'hard-workin- g help-meet-, iI H t HH t ; ! DOUGHERTY & McELUOHi ; ,; ; 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Funeral Directors and Embaimers I CtUtb, MaU SSSS.a 1111 m-tm- d, com,. K., 'tHr49mt BOTH r03VB;. ' k H.bm City JMH, " . - -- &Msa SSlL '?i mtxi) kCJB2?vjojx:$r ijfcftsfex ' Li-BACwias- r "Incorporated DO YOU KNOW ABOU7 OUR 4 JVOxoAiv. w eaeHeaieoaie44MiH-.. . f oif -- We Hve and Redeem Surety Ceuwena. Other Cities Pay More and Get Less How Your Street Car Service Meets the Rush Hour Test. Carrying' a community to work in the morning and home again at night is acid the hardest problem a transportation company must solve. It test of trolley efficiency. -is-th- HERMAN STRAUS POUftTri AVEKUe MMTOWaWfO SONS MARKET STRICT J We Qive and Redeem Qe!d Trading Stamp. HOUSEHOLD CLUB PLAN ? BOYS' SUITS A Convenient md Dignified Hethoa of Purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred Payments, The eaietaadlBg featarea ef this netbed are rehaaee without aay Ha coaTeeJeBce la buUbc The adT&atage ef eeaslderafcle eatls ef daria ear various sales bvylafi ea the dab . Whatever la the aiiee of the AT SALS FWOSS. goods to a cuh or a eharge easterner, that laalee tbe price to a Heaaeheld dab Waa eaatoaier. There la positively ao advance. e $10 We are offering you these Suits I ij at a very special price, just to adver- rise our Boys' Department. These I Suits are made of good woolen mate- JXl J1 1 1t J lci Actio, ajjiciiuiLuy lauorea ana n ' 1 n -- na transportation The manner and extent uv which the demand for rush-hou- r is met are a fair basis of comparison of service efficiency. service provided in other cities, your serIn comparison with the rush-hou- r vice stands the test admirably. It ranks among the best. The Louisville Railway Company provides 317 cars to handle the rush-hou- r traffic one car for 738 inhabitants; 135 cars per 100,000 of population. Indianapolis rush-hou- r traffic is handled by 290 cai's ( one car for 1,082 inhabitants; 92 cars per 100,000 of population. Th6 fare- - is 5 cents with a charge of 1 cent for transfers. - 1 Jg? "2 There are ae "eeafldeatlal arraagemeata." It la eeadacted aaea aa epea basla with a fixed aehedale ef rates. The tint paymeata aad the aaoathly pajmeata are the aaate to all. SURETY COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS etet-t'ei ' f THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW c Nashville !one car , rush-hou- r population. cents. for 939 traffic is handled by 149 cars inhabitants; 105 cars per 100,000 of The fare is 7 cents, four tickets for 25 - " IA Holiday Opportunity!! mil- - Cincinnati car riders, with approximately the same rush-hou- r service as Louisville gets, pny cash fare of 9 cents, tickets cents. 8-- $10 lf)feeeeejeajgtaajf SBBKv? 8aaj rtff 4 Coffee Prices Lower Bmfii. , Do vou realize the horror of the starving lions of children in Central Europe.' 9 rhirt(miBt f JI I "- "- v Shall we fail in our responsibility to them this V This Company has "offered its services to the ' C . uroDDin iener vuuutu ui lanliiiln and ka ixomu.i - (n (lilt " f w o iilirrinlinnl oeen appuimau a uejuaiiui,y o fund. You may leave your subscription with us and it will be properly accountea tor io mem ana auc credit be given to you. timt7 rl! "..:! iJ J...!(.. .. In Columbus, a city of approximately the same population as Louisville, 208 cars are provided for rush-hou- r traffic one car for 1,144 inhabitants; 87 cars per 100,000 of population. The fare is 6 cents. In Seattle, where municipal ownership is receiving a trial, 412 cars serve a population of 315,000 one car for 766 inhabitants; 131 cars per 100,000 of population. The fare is 10 cents cash, with tokens now cost- ing cents to be 3 cents January 8, 1921. " C-- l4 . BBeBBBBBBBa. jSBBBM eBBBBBBa JBBSKu: aBBBBBaeai1 bbWbb,' bbbbbbbb 9D We offer our excellent How 4 Blend Coffee, 2 2 lbs. forVJ-"1-- 0 This means onlly another decrease over tho old price for this Coffee This is the best Coffee for tha nriea on the market. Give us a trial. BBBKTU?i:?JiIPr BBBfaa'AHBlr BBBBBSS -- vESBBBt JOHN M. MULLOY 212 WEST MARKET STREET. Both Phones 1323 Established. 188 !- ! I Car riders in other cities pay more than you pay and get less. Compared with the service they get and measured by its value to you, isn't your service worth 7 cents? Prescriptions Exclusively! Ta meet the demand for an ethical pharmacy, where prescription work is paramount and merchandise side lines are unknown, we have opened for business, and invite your patronage. Fidelity and Columbia Trust Co. Columbia BuildingFourth and Main. JAMES P. BARNES, President Louisville Railway Company. INCORPORATED t.ajeD0ee' I High Tbe Oldest Trust Company In the South. SESMER'S PHARMACY 'frl' Class Furniture AT LOWEST fRICfcb. OMEGA I ' OLEAXING, DYEING, EXJOY DANCE. Main 2426 3 SUITE FRANCIS BUILDINQ. 439-44- City 1802 PRESSING. REPAIR WORK. Lace Gurtains and Iiinoleums. 415, 417 and 419 East Market St. Garpets, Stoves and Ranges, Mrs. Nellie Broderick. "Prop's. All work called for and delivered. Hats cleaned and blocked. "All we ask is a trial." Among tho several attractively planned entertainments given during the Christmas holidays was-th- e dance of the Daughters of Isabella on Tuesday evening at tho Tyler Hotel. Following the grand march and modern dances were enjoyed and a splendid time delighted the many who attended. ed INOTICE!! I Shoup Optical Co. Has Removed To LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK For Your Savings U. S. Government1 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 bnilt by the people of Louisville at this safo, conservative sixtysixyear-ol- d bank. OnrHAJf SOCIETY. Officers of 4he St. Joseph Society will be installed at nual meeting to be held on January 9. The Christmas tion of the society will be tho St. Joseph's Orphans.' next Tuesday. FORTY HOURS. Tho Forty Hours' prayer will open at St. Peter's church tomorow morning with ihigh males and exposition, continuing until Tuesday. There will ho special services Sunday and Monday evenings, and all (people are urged to assist at ttheso dovotions. NEW YEAR HOLY DAY. Is (This Saturday, New Year's day, holy day of obligation In the JAMES GREENE M 426 E. CALDWELL Phone City 1419. ST. Sunday, celebra- the Orphan an- 311 Guthrie St. UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOMD OtttOttftttttttttf iff fttf -- t THE Speed Building. GUNN'S BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY SWISS CLEANING OF- HOOVER Electric Suction Sweeper IT BEATS AS IT SWEEPS AS IT CLEANS held at Home 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET. Try Our Home Made Fresh Bread, Rolls and Pastry Phono YonrlOrder Best of Confections. Phone City 0574 MEN'S SUITS With Minor Repairs Free Saves Baying. Carpets and Rug Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed. Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. Tafel Electric Co. 930 WEST JEFFERSON City 985 Home Shaw. 105 Main 113 COAL ELECTRIC Taylor Westernper toa REDUCED! Wilton Jellico, $10.50 Kentucky, per ton $8.75 CLEANER Cleans by Air Alone. Incorporated 5 Other Eastern Kentucky Lump, per ton $10.00 SWISS CLEANERS ANP DYERS nrcoaposuLvaD Office 017 Sontli Feurtb. Plant 000 South ixtli. Cumb. West 295 6 VOLT 11 PLATE 929.00 O VOLT 18 PLATE S38.00 7 PLATE See.OO 12 VOLT F. O. B. Detroit That's All For Two Years The only battery guaranteed unconditionally for two years. Instead of "adjustment," you get a new battery, Uiub eliminating, all repair work. Yoh Can't Bara It Up Yob Oaa'l Overstrain It SERVICE AT SIMON PONTMCH FLORIST Cut Flowers, Designs, Plants Twtnty.tightli aad Greemwood, United States, in honor of the Cir PhoncdTs cumcision of Our Lord, who received tbe name Jesus, which signifies Savior and which was given to Him by tho angel before He vr&a born. THERE'S A REASON. 333-33- a For a Demonstration. Byrne Speed Coal Corporation XNOOKPORATaD Cliilders Elect. Co. City Its, yea 315 Guthrie Street. Both Phones 315. WEST MAIN ST. 135-M- JOHN B. RATTERMAN Despite tho cold weather this past week Tom Lynchi the popular freight department superintendent of tbe I. C. K. It., walked around with coat very much unbuttoned. The mystery was solved when it was learned that ho was the re cipient of a handsome gold watch chain from his fellow employes on Christmas day. -- aln artara fcoyi aa daeatiM tkat win Vum for Ufa St. Xavier's Bwlmmlasr CoHg e FUNERAL DIRECTOR West Phones 1179. BISHOPS FOR AMERICA. 1U W. Xroaflway, SoalarUl, JCy. Ooaducsted by the Xaverlaa Brothers. Claaslcal, ScleBtlfio and Business Course, Preparatory DepirtiaeBt, Larg-nasium. Pool, Well Bqulpped GymTerm moderate. Bro. Besjaaila, Dlr. J4MK Xanderson 1813 J GARAGE EQUIPMENT&SUPPLY CO. 435 SOUTH THIRD STREET, LOUISVILLE, KY. According to Rome 114 WEST MARKET STREET patches the Oonslstorial ipress die- CongreeaShawnee 1243. Cumberland , Distributors for Kentucky and Southern Indiana Main 699 or City 8226 CORNS,BUNIONS t- ;; 9fffm9mfmfmmm9ff9f3 h Km. M. L BMNiftN, - ,! LskaArmjJ MaXlt liUtjMltlWsT Trnittl toiWMt tH t. IMHMN. ., Mm tm. TrtM. Dr. BBS w-IBa- Uriah Z. LHsiy P. Swr aac BANNON Culvert Fiji", Saaaca's F&Uat LIMei PIPE CO. Calrd4t 7 Starka alldted CONTEST. ., 3"'""'aaBBBBJ"," POPULARITY latk Fliasw I - ffkc Fressag, Flme Llalag-- Flra Brkk Bailar Tile, Flra Clay, Grata , WaU Capias", Naffer Staaa Caaialts, , BraMTil, YitriJUa BrkK, a4 tamaey raps. OPPICP RSrf SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. I PHONES CITY B73.178.CUM. MAIN S07. ) of Division 4, A, O. H., Monday evening In Dertrand Hall that quite a spirited race Is on in the popularity contest which Is now being It was announced at the meeting I WORKS- - -- eaiilt - Thirioaatk aad Brekiarlds disposal the $200 Victrola by the aad Wiatk aad Magaalia. f. division. ofTho following is the vote conducted la conjunction with the t)SHeeeBBf FLOORING SHINGLES a. LATHIS i ol the leaders to date: Mis Hattle MoDerraott, 3.000 vots; Miea Cath erine Pmyne, 1,200; Miea EdKh Koch, 1,200; Mkw Burke, 1,000; Mias Luis. Derails, 1..000. Xrgrt TBaaaBI3BTr,aaaaaak COUNCIL ON RBCOM). WH B BBBw vPf The CJiy CoaaKiM of Ohtoao aJL Ma meeting kwt weak vaaanoualy dojHd a reaof utfon oofidwmioc the by armad isvaoa ef Iralaad lBtMBd. Ion la examining Into ithe appoint ment of new Blahope for Wichita, We Ray Rags, Scrap Iron, Metals, Rubber aad Paper Stock Kan., Sprlngfiold, Mass., and Pitts burgh, Pa. Decision is expected L0UI8VILLX WASTE soon unless unforeseen difficulties KATESIAL 00. arise. 801.008 WBST JKFFERSON ST. GUESTS OP SENATOR, Home Phone, City 1109 Mrs. Muriel MacSwiney, widow of LOUISVILL11 -- -- KBNTUOKY tho late Lord Mayor of Cork, and the latter's staler, Misa Mary MacTRY Swiney, were Christmas guesta at the 'home of t'aitfrd States Senator BORGMAN'S CHILE David J. Wakh in Clinton, Maes. Ilhey arrived Friday night, accomr SOFT DRINKS, OIGABS, ETC. panlod by Harry Doland, secretary to Bemoan De Valera, aad were ea1800 WEST BROADWAY ter tained by tie Senator's brother, City 4640 Cumb. West 9386 Major Thomas u. walah, and hw sister, Mies May Walsh. PONTIFF NAMES PLAGUES. PRAYERS FOR CARDINAL. "The world Is afflicted today by The Associt4d Press cables that five great ituaguee," isaid Pope the Pope, the tradi Benedict In replying to the greet- tions of his predecessors, celebrated in ga of the Sacred College present three midnight masses in the Paul ed by Cardinal VannutelM at the to the Pontiff on Christmas ine Chapel Christmas, which waa beautifully dacirated with lowers day, The Pope enumerated theae and rlHterln ( with candles. AH as tho negation of authority, hatred member ot tha eccleslaatioal and among "brothers , thirst for pleasure, Jay aourt ware present, together disgust for work and forgetfulneaa of life. with tbe Btira. personnel of the of' the supernatural-object- s Apoatone pateea aad HiuKad atHa These evH can only be overcome Goapel, said the with tbe aid of the her of dtetianumad XHaata. Tba pom attared a apiai pravar Pope, and therefore he would never for the reeocarr of Cwrdtoali OftV eaaaa to reatlad the people of H, boaa a the haerrmaa of btalthia aalajr his miealoa aad hi te- -j ItaatUML lite. JsaVIIlPiWff Ooors Sush ALL xwwr I is waAtXtk LUMBER Where the QuicK Meal Comes In Where ttw brlgMeat Where the ' work U Ughteatt la Where the aaeal eeeked beat Where the raage steads Where work k doae 'Where eookism ww real fmai Where baJdae firaa aa Where drada la sight where That's "Qatek Meal" Kt was That' where "Qaiak Meal" the at. two Mm r3t3TJPD VilrjA-fJ- V Qalek Meal eaaaaMt w. QArV Bald, Iaatalled aad Hit 1 ly KaeeuateafUa" Jvii, 215 Wt MARKET ST. tXLi j.i he .9C. KSbfc'3a ?" f. .:, '. w - w VV' .. ,i , - fTjcrv &Jt iy:jn.r f?& .TW! & t jT D-- fW