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' LOUISVILLE, 3ATURDi fcavoa-tigutl- f, JANUARY 8, 1921. price PIVE CENTS. pay Escott's xpenoos? Every taxat harvest tlmo, with a consequent payer and citizen knows that cneapening or tne crop, followed by expert accountants is a later by an Increase In price. This costly item, so wo are going to sugmeans the stabilizing ot prices, gest that someone propound this which should redound to the benequestion to Smithy or City Attorney fit ot producer and consumer alike. Joe Law ton, who is now an official As Indicated, this one plan of tho For a Cabinet spokesman. What d'fd tho Escott inNot One, Best Bet conference is outstanding in Its sig- Plans For National Activities vestigation cost the city, whWt was Are nificance and import and should DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE. Position Despite Bingliam Press lis findlngta and wtho will pay tho produce Announced by Secretary results. The phono company investigation? As Effusion. conference did all in Its power to McGlnlcy. for tho question of tho now charter assure us realization even to setgrant, the correct Information is ting a time in the near future for herewith freely given. The Telea second meeting of the Grain o Employment of Accountant Escott) phone Company will bo allowed to and members vitally interest- Will Continue Educational Work, raise its raids although now prosed In tho marketing project, and to Revives Mystery of Other perous. And Smith and hla securing for the expert and the Night Schools and Lecture who oppose a raise for tho committee the funds necessary for Investigation. Street Car Company will advocate Bureau. initial and eomo subsequent needs. tho phono raise. It is evident from this brief sketch "We are sorry to report that alH is of the transactions that the conferof the ence "meant business." Other Barr and Neutzcl to Bo Dropped not joy serene In Wo ranksAt the "reform" administration. branches ot rural activity hpjtldna Washington's Birthday Will Be Ap- meeting of tho Baord of Aldermen grain marketing received serious atand Much HI Feeling Shown proprlntcly Celebrated by Tuesday night Aldermen Gnau, "Will, tention, though no such in G. O. P. WUlson, Kirwan and Voll all showed pians wero aaopteu ror the marketFourth Degree. a llttlo peevishness in dlscutolng the ing of live stock, of cotton, of sugar street oar raise, and sluro about beboots, of tobacco, of dairy products, ing an "Interested stockholder" and of fruits and vegetables, of wool, INGRATITUDE, "free trips" at tho company's exOUR CROOKS' the deliberations resulting princi- GEN. FOCII SENDS GREETINGS. pense wero mentioned out loud. pally In recommendations for tho Tailing ai delegation Outside the establishment of a larger number from tho Sower board was present of warehouses, the granting of To be or not to be a member of lod by thobo two distinguished credit on stocks In warehouses, and Plans for tho national activity ot statesman, Nick Denunzio and Jake Harding's Cabinet da worrying Tobo the avoiding of marketing under pot shots at the unfavorable conditions. It is also tho Knights of Columbus for 1921 Hert, the big Republican boss, and Isaacs, all taking significant of tho attitude of tho aro announced in a statement by his associates in itho Republican Aldermen wlho favored Riving relief party Just now, and all possible to tho Street Car Company. Those dolegates that they adopted a reso- William J. McGInley, of New York, pressure to being brought to land same leaders do not explain why lution opposing the Polndextor bill Supreme Secretary of the adopted by the United States Sen- tion, following a meeting organizathe plum'. But for Toward of merit tihoy voted unanimously for tho of officers among the boosters the prize will Phono Company gouges, and the ate, taking from the workers en- and directors held In Chicago. In company didn't need relief either. Courier-Journhave to bo given to th gaged In interstate and Internation- his statement Secretary McGInley al commerce the right to strike or declares that editorial writer of last Tues- Another source of discord in tho tho principal public even to advocate a strike or walk activities of day, the eulogy of Tobe in that ar- "reform" Is the Jockeying for nomiduring th the Knichts Jailer Barr out, thus going on record In sun- past year ticle being the most effusive and nations thiia summer. comprised tho wolves and been port of labor, ot tho freedom of of their educational the continuance gUBhlng possible. It 1b said tihait hasand histhrown toare talking Tight work and emfriends public discussion, and ot tho "un ployment bureaus, Wallace Hughes, the of ho the Hert and. Bingham combination, "nasty" about the HortnSearcy-jChll-toassailable Individual and collective ance of college and the maintenscholarships for machine. County Clerk Fred right to strike" under certain con former service men, was the author, and it bo Wallace the gift to gots the brown derby. ditions. Hero are Noutzol, who was, a little shaky in Franco of K. ot C. Lafayette These facts may suffice to sue statue, the the of C. pilgrimage Just a few of the bouquets tossed at tho good graces of .the machine K. to gest the importance of the move Metz and Tobe: "Appropriately associated with loaders, sealed his doom this week Rome, the Charles E. Hughes and Herbert in tho printing cote. Tho charge or ment represented by the cnoference prlvatolly subscribed raising of a fund for Carand tho purpose of tho bodies hav- dinal Mercler, Hoover:" "His nresenco in, tho Cab, Republican County Commissioner of The sobbing John Bull of llMJs now a bloodthirsty murderer ing delegates in attendance: they holding of more Belgium, and the mot would bo an asset to tho next Baskln that Neutzot refused to oven than 1,200 may also serve to draw to the at administration;" "A man of marked let Democrats bid on printing supopen forums In and fire fiend, with Ireland as his Victim, administrative ability and a con plies which the taxpayers pay" for tention or our Catholic farmers the States and Canada. In the United addition tho desirability of science, ho possesses withal a social lias made hla candidacy impossible. to such Knights maintained welfare work a dgereo as Is prudent. Tho move- tor service men gift and warmth of heart that have Voters ot all "parties will resent that In Paris, Venice, fcaado him more than an ordinary and wo wonder If County Clerk ment can be gauged at Its proper Resignificance only If one realizes that Constantinople, Spalato. Hawaii, the ffgaro;" "For clean Government In Neutzcl refuses to let any butlookCanal Zone tho leaders and many of their In- Philippines, and Alaska and the tho soiled and selfish undercurrent publicans pay taxes. Ohos la besides active of Kentucky politics;" "Politics not ing for Neutzellsi successor right terested followers are not adversely with Herbert Hoover. disposed towards the abolition of cultivated for gain but for doing now. Chief Petty, Paul BuiUingamo During the year 1921 tho Knights the capitalistic system, and the set- will continue tho public good." The last about "do- and their followers refuse to accept multiform activiting up" In Its place of a system ties of ing public good" will cause some to jho peace terms with Sheriff Ross In the attacks uponltthe soldiers and (they realize how Tobe and trouble Is cropping out In that based on the principles and prac- councils Intheir 2,000 subordinate chucklo when police. local charities and civic There is w pretense that and him company Hums monopolized quarter again, What to pity that all tices of Of course the movements. The national organizathe Individuals wheJE homes were the cole of rood materials to county of these good men chosen to reform movement will go on Its way re- tion will wantonly blown up 'qr burned) to the concentrate Its energies on gardless of participation or officials. The Jefferson County Com- us should fall out on the question ground had any hand in tho scatmission, a Republican board, speci- pf political pie. 'Tis sad, indeed. by Catholics; but it seems K. of C. educational work as exemplified in tered attacks upon, ihe military. NoSharper than tho emng of a ser chain ot to us that Catholic farmers and free night tho nation-wid- e fies that every road contractor must body, for example, fcelieves that the tho odef "Tarmac" to his work. " pent's tooth Is tho sung or lngr&u those Interested In their welfare are for former schools, men scholarships service and the exis made and sold by Hcrt's tude. Here we lhave an administra- British Reprisals in Ireland Excite Boldiers who brutally turned their Suggestion That Catholics Take missing an opportunity for tensive machine guns upon the peaceful company. Indignation of tho Civilized And tho Bingham press tion that has been kindness Hbelf to with legitimate endeavors di- ing the lecture bureau work coverMore Interest in Agricultural spectators at tho J football games United, writer "says Tobe Isn't In. politics for tho burglars, and crooks in our rected towards the attainment of One hundred States and Canada. World. thought for a moinent that they Products. midst. "Wo have a Keystone. ipoiWco his own. good. desirable ends, and for shaping and planned for tho new schools are were wounding and) killing any of The attitude of the Louisville department composed of "yon" conguiding these endeavors in a man- commodate, in year 1921, to acall, 150,000 men. t"0 armed men wl o had, attacked T-J- v w. a tan ductors and motormen. who are no Herald on. Herts amMtSwr ner compatible sound social Resumption 4JrfHSm-- in tkiArbeomradesrebody. for an pa- ., -- . amusing one to those wjho under trouble "at all to""the" crooks "w"h6 ' .w J. doctrines! It awithfact'that there triotic work of the peace-tim- e or thFourth'egree English other example, believes that the Conference and National Board are farmers organizations which stand. Tho machine organ would hare been reaping a golden (harvest. Noted Writer Contrast of tho K. of C. will bo among now public budldings and private resiIngratitude. very much like to see tho Republi What to the result? Catholics can not be advised to Join. activities. Rulers' Attitude in 1014 Meeting Adopts Numerous ImWashington's Birthday dences and shop& wantonly bombed can boss given a Cabinet 3 oh, but This week Chief Potty's chauffeur, But this can not mean that thev appropriately celebrated by and burned to tho ground In Cork and Now. portant Plans. hates like fury to seo tho Bingham a policeman, was held up by tho unshould stand aloof entirely. If we will be Degree assemblies wore owned by or occupied by the Fourth thrmiPh. press in the lead ota boosters. If grateful hlghwaymea and tho store are the salt of the earth, and the out the country. men who attacked and killed British the lightning should strike tho of Ben Brumleve, a member of the leaven which leaveneth, we must Having placed soldiers and police. Again, nobody Courier-Journand Times will Board of "Works, was nobbed three perform the functions assigned to former eorvlco menpractically all applying to plalm aM credit and ho G. 0. P. times. It's the old, old story tot in- Brutal Bloody Campaign Carried On believes that peaceful young men Legitimate Endeavors Directed To us. c. B. of C. V. them for employment, tho National and women, innocently assembled at organ would naturally resent this. gratitude. A man was held up and Council will, in 1921, relinquish a harmless Christmas dance, wero wards; tho Attainment of Do to Satisfy Jolin Bull's Hato Then, again, tho Herald doesn't robbed right in front of tho LouisTAKE CARDINAL HOME. that work to local bodies of tho orbrutally shot down by British soK fancy tho Republican bos3 moving ville Herald office while thab sheet of Irislu slrablo Ends. ganization. It is aiery anti ponce because of any away from Kentucky, whore he has was preparing stories of tribute and Cardinal Gibbons was brought year will witness probable that this the opening of crime that there young people had been the "meal ticket" who fur- praise to the police and printing sehome from Union Mills on Monday, the K. of C. welfare club in Rome committed. nishes a big campaign barrel every lections from OoL Potty's Bible reaching the archlplscopal residence and the commencement, in the No, tho whole bloody, cam year. The same applies to all the class lectures. Directly acrdss from EARNS EPITHET OF "HUN, paign or frightfulness Is brutal on DIRECT MARKETING IS URGED. In a motorcar about 12:30 o'clock. event of acceptance by the American Uttilo fteh Republicans who smack the Sovonlh district police station Is carried against the innocent for the purHe was reported, to have stood the Legion, of the great their chops every tlmo Tobo's name Strobal's drug store and to show pose of terrorism and to satisfy the forty-mil- e national memorial building In Journey without discom is mentioned, as he is a synoymn tihelr contempt for tho comedy cops hato which disgraces tho British Among the burglars have broken into and fort and ".to be fine." His two Washington. The K. of C. will confor campaign boodle. The burning of Cork recently was Government, and which transfers to ambassadors, foreign ministers and robbed the store three times In the investiThe suggestion that Catholics, doctors and his secretary rode with tinue their diplomats Kentucky's Republican last ten days. Druggist Strobel has denied by the British authorities, tho British people tho epithet of particularly Catholic farmers, take him, and two other machines bear- gation and work during 1921. away each time at the but their lying wafe exposed after In- "Hun" that they fastened upon their a more Marshal Ferdinand ing friends, Including Bishop O. B. Foch, boss woufld naturally forgot tiho Re been firing of In active publican politicians; here, . from burglars and one ot the Keyatoners vestigation by tho committee from German enemies durltfg tho war. ers' movement Interest tho the farm- Corrigan, also accompanied him. France, cabled Now Year's greetings and in undertak- Decision to remove to Supreme Knight James A. Fla"Howdy Ed" Morrow down to Able remarked that "that thar man Is the British Labor party. Stung by There never wafe such, a shameless ings of farmers, has been repeatedly the Cardinal was Netter, and the big army of crap surely celcbrntln' tho Now Year as widespread criticism. Lloyd Georee exhibition of .hypocrisy, such an Inr made, partly for the direct reason reached Sunday at a consultation of herty, of the Knights of Columbus. shooters and colored Republican sis- - I reckon ho fires tliat gun inost and his followers began a ruthless decent defiance ot tho opinion of that, in their larger economic and the doctors at the Shrlver home at in response to greetings forwarded policy of destruction and murder In mankind. Union Mills, where tho Cardinal has to tho head of tho French army by But according to the tens that follow the Hort banner, every night now." programmes, Paul does the "explaining" for Ireland, culminating In the deliber- British propagandists, the samo social should obtain such organiza- boon staying for tho last four the Board of Directors of tho K. of But wo believe the separation 13 the benefit of weeks. The news had a cheering C. "France wishes America and tho ate burning of seven homes near brutalities which are abhorrent when tions going to com tho other way. If tho drunken and brawling to the whilo Joe "explains" for the MIddletown last Sunday. The resi- committed by German soldiers are guidance Catholic extent ot an injec- effect upon the aged churchman, It Knights of Columbus a year of unTobo is not given tho coveted honor thought on basic was said. He admitted that, firemen. dents were given one ihour to re merely stern, but necessary and Jus- tion of prosperity," ho will naturally "sour" on the Re mistakes of the "hick" Marshal while precedented demands. An excelpublican party anil lose Interest In Only last week Joe overlooked one. move tholr belongings and valuable tifiable, measures to rehtore order principles and neglected opportunity he enjoyed the kindness of his Foch called. "You. by your splenlent though future campaigns. Tho same cheap Clinton Pierce, who had been ap- and then with the homeless women when committed by the infamous for such attendance and demonstra friends at the Shrlver homo, he Is did pilgrimage to France In 1920, boosters that were baijiyhoalng about pointed to the fire department by and children standing by these Black and Tans, Under the com- tion ot Interest The ban on visitors was showed us that tho heart of America by homesick. lifted temporarily Sunday to permit was with us. I look forward to tho Morrow as a Vice Presidential can- the "reform" administration, was brave (?) British troops set fire to mand of English officers and by di- tho Conference was presented Joy It Is significant that rection of the English Government. Board of Farm of the National the Cardinal to receive tho priests againof seeing you and your Knights didate are now making boastful caught going into a jewelry store the houses. during this new year." In the one case America was cently held In St. Organizations re- or his household. They were with claims for Hert and we'll all see the following a brick, which ho had tne British military authorities do Louis. Formal piesentatlon of the Cross Bent through the window first. Tho not deny thlia outrage as In the urged to go to war to punish such him only a few minutes. same result. Three Approximately e friends ot the Cardinal also of the Legion of Honor and other The next tlmo City (Attorney Joe explanation ot this case is still burning of Cork, but proudly issue inhumanity on the part of Germany, resenting sixteen 100 delegates rep-a national and wore allowed to give him tholr New decorations awarded to officers of Lawfcon or some other city and forthcoming. Another is tho ca'so a military bulletin (tolling or tholr and in the other case Americans are number of State and local farmers' Year's greeting. Tho Cardinal pass tho K. of C. by France will bo mado of tho fire company on. Sixth street, crime. county official addresses tho told by English Oabineb Ministers Discussing these reprisals ot the that It Is "nono of their damned organizations, in forthy States, were ed a comfortable night, and his con by Ambassador Jules Jusserand In Club or similar organization which In tis anxiety to get to a fire in session and there submitted sugtho near future. Supreme Knight we hope some member wlU interrupt hurried off with tha auto horse British Government in Ireland Ar- business." Well, It is our business. gestions and formulated plans of dltlon was virtually unchanged, re Flaherty stated that tho Knights It is the business ot the whole the farthest reaching Import for the ports from his bedside said. and ask for light on tho Escott In' alone, leaving the engine benlnd. thur Brisbane says: were preparing a rousing welcome Immediately vestigatlon. after An atuo narso la the llttlo dummy When tho German army marched world, It is the business of very throughout tho country for Marshal Smith, was inaugurated he onnounc motor that pulls the engine, but Is Into Belgium, Belgian citizens hero man and woman, with a spark of betterment ot the lot of the farmer, BISSELWONES. measure Foch when, as he .promised tbex ed with a. flare: of trumpets that bo ot no assistance in fighting fires. and there shot Gorman- coldiera from human sentiment. It Us the business and in a products. of the consumer of farm While a goodly Knights was going to htro James S. Escott, At a flro In thoWest End recently ambush. jAs "reprisals" for these ot every nation which believes' in portion ot The marriage of Miss Katherlne cation on tho occasion of the dedithe deliberations and disof tho K. of C. Lafayette export accountant, to Investigate the Oapt Alex Bach, one of Ithe real acts tho German military authorities mating even warfare eometlhine BJssoll, of New York, and Lawrence educational offices of the Democrats who had firemen loft In the department, or- had a certain number of Belgians hotter and more decent than the cussions was of an results werechar- Jones, Jr., of this city, was solemn- statuo In Metz, he vlslsts the United acter, substantial arStates this year. JuEjt vacated. Tho Loutevflile Herald dered one of his "hicks" to go up shot and burned a certain number burning ot defenseless cities and by applauded smith's move ana m an a ladder. The fireman replied that of buildings chiefly dn the city of towns, the destruction of .harmlefes rived at stepsthe decision to take ized Thursday in St. Patrick's Cathpractical edral, New York, the Rev. William for the elimination CEMETERY OPENING. Everybody outside of factories and shops the maiming insinuating and insulting editorial he had rheumatism, and when Capt Louvain. Cache appealed to another the Germany condemned these cruel re and killing and outraging of un- of speculation in farm and garden Martin officiating. Mrs. Laurence said: produce, of unnecessary mlddelmen, Millet was tho matron ot honor. Following a mooting of the Cathotold him he had a nail In his prisals, but nobody so loudly at the armed and innocent meal and wo"From time, to time there have for the extension of rural credit, Louise lic Cemotory Committee, composed been rather ngly stories about tho tooL. Finally ho turned to & third British did. Pages andi volumes men and children. We should think and for tho direct marketing of cer- The bridesmaids wero Mg of the of Rev. J. P. Cronln, V. G., Rev. B. condition of some or these orrices. "hick," big and husky. This one were written to excite the Indigna- an EnglSshmten. would blush for tain products. Among tho larger Jones, Louisville, sister bridegroom; Misses Sheila Byrne, Tho truo facts la this connection flatly refused to go up the ladder tion of the world. The whole body shame when he heans, after Uhto, Me and more significant undertakings Betty Jackson, Mario Lamarche, E. WHIett and Rev. John Hill, announcement has been made that the should bo ascertained and given and said he'd be golderned if he of British writing men was put to Government or his press Breaking of of tho conference was the plan, ap Helen Pierce, Adelaide Beddall and now Catholic cemetery situated on to tho public If tlicro has been went up that ladder as he didn't work to describe and denounce "Huns," or of thaV "atrocities" of proved by tha conference, ot croat Botty Hauck, and Mrs. William M. the extension, of Baxter avenue, (And the lng nine terminals abuse of public trust no individual hire out for a circus acrobat Of these "atrocities." The German sol- Turks or Bolshevikl. for thp handling Fleming, Jr all of New York. which was formerly known as the ,1 'l J or should be shielded. Tfio responsi- course ih& flro was busy while the diers and the German Deonle ware CVlollol. 1.A..1. corn, oats, rye). was Saunders P. bility should be placed where it be- department wasn't ao theusual pictured as savage "Huns," not tit that if they permU. theSa- Govern- TIia grain, iwneat, nnf onlv ttatcwl nn in's, best man. Jonesushers his cous- Newburg road, directly opposite nrnnnsnl war The included Shady Lano, will be known as the return of a total olss was to associate with, decent civilized ment to carry on tug canvpBiga of longs." Warner Jones, Barnett New St. Louis cemetery, and the peoples. And nobody was (louder in frightfulness and skyagery to Ire- favorably, but an expert marketer Messrs. That was in December, 1917, Just Jonos, Baylor Hickman, ot Louis- first lots in it will be sold in. the donunclation or exhibited more hor- land, the rest of J mankind! will and organizer was appointed to a little over three years ago, and the organization Frank Taylor, spring. Complete FORCES JOINED. ror ot these1 from that day to this not a single thab Lloyd eventuaUy .hold the, very name of for the consummationand machinery ville; Walton Scully, New York. Mr. earlycemetery, including plans for-. ot this pro- Shelby Elliott, all of tho ,Slx diocesan organizations and George, Balfour and Ski Edward Englishman in horror, tho conword has been issued in regard to pub- - ject. Omaha, Sioux City, Minneap- and and the Mrs. Lawrence Jones, a Efecott's Inveatlgaifoau If the Demo- two State organizations, as well as Caraon. iu opimoni oi eresy otner peopje olis, Kansas City, East St. Louis, Louise Jones, Messrs. SaundersMiss Btructlon of an artistic entranee, a P. fence around the entire property, Yet at thle very time in Ireland: will eventually nwkei the British Em- Chicago, Oklahoma and cratic officiate wero jSowerated by scores of local societies, joined the Pacific Jones, Warner Jones and Barnett chapel and the necessary officea and Bsoott's investigation the report forces with tho National Council of British soldiery and pollee1, under pire pay the penalty even as the Coast were named aB points or sec- Jones left Monday for New York to waiting rooms, have been prepared should be mad public for tie bene- Catholic Women during the early thy authority of Lloyd George and German. Empire jxM for such tions Jn which it will1 be the mission attend the wedding. by D. X. Murphy & Bros., architects to refit of the taxpayers and as an act ot part of December, according Regan, Baltor and Carson are tofttog sod abominations of orjieHy sad of the organizer to create farmers' and engineers. At tho present time courtesy to these former ottle hold-er- a ports made to Miss lAgnes maiming men, women tod chlKfoen, tyranny a tboss wMeh. are terminal elevator associations SAINTf DOWN PURPLE. more than a mile of the main road who were the victims of In- executive secretary ot the council. are burning pubtfo buHdinte fac- making pete- txetand. the martyr ot to opeu elevators, while he and and through the cemetery has been nuendo by the near Mayor and the The iGrand Institute of the Young tories and private homes, and main- cne nsMoos and im objset ot the other members ot the committee the in St. XaVIer won a hard fought completed. Three sectIone,comprJe-in- g Herald. But above all, what did Ladles' Institute of California, with taining a reign, ot terror, JntimMa-Uo- sympny ot an mankind. question are also to organize the basketball victory over High School more than 500 lots, alreadvhav headquarters in San Francisco, and arson and massacre which at that investigation of Accountant farmers of the corresponding terri- Tuesday afternoon at the former's been fully surveyed, and plans oaM cost the taxpayers and why U the State Council of Catholic Wo least equals (if it does not mirpsss) BAi gym by the score ot 24 to 21, The ror tne extension or the roads fete tories who are to feed these elevamen's organizations of Wiaconsin anything tint the Germans were there no report made? game proved to be one of the closest the cemetery and .the dtvklos. at tors. The are the new State members. Impor- charged with doing an Belgium. Now for the next chapiter. Hard fought auA exalt tag eon The plan provides that local Courier-Journannounced Thurs- tant meetings of women's organiza And this same British Govennmelit testa marked the (JatboUe League operative elevator associations co- and most thrilling battles oyer play- other sections Into lots as rapidly be the day that after a conference with the tions are scheduled for the near fu excuses the brutaMtfc and atsjtfi-tie- e football games TtMSftay night, some established wherever there is need ed between Gold Purples and the as the lots In the sections ataeady Green warriors and from surveyed are sold. IAi system or ot Ms soldiery tad pottos to Ire- of which wers not without very of them, and that the existing asso- start toand Homo Telephone Company officiate ture, when Urge accessions are exfinish James S. BSscott, accountant, would pected. The meeting to bo held in land upon the same ground that the near rough teatwes, which all ciations of farmers haying elevators more than a neither side possessed sewerta for drainage purposes and lead four examine the plone company's books Milwaukee on January 11, which is aermsm excused their sokttera and learns should strive 0 aroM. Mack-I- n be brought into line. The advan- time. AlthAHgh pointHigh at any water mains and hydrants for School the and report- - on Hs financial condi- being arranged by Mrs. W. T. Don poMes In Belgium upon the ground and St. Xavkw payed a wonder- tages ot direct marketing as out- lade were bit heavier than the St. sprinkling already have been intion. Now comes the question again, ovan, promises to be the largeet of "reprisals7' tor the dssJUie ot ful gams, tills terms- fltmrtnaang he lined are evident, provided the plans X. boys agave.jthem no advantage stalled. Bishop D. O'Donaghue in 1911 saw that in a few yearn the Will Inspector Iteeobt withhold Ma gathering ot Catholic women ot that Brttfeh soldiers and policemen shot unttsteattad tauto? Ths BnrMuHS are carried out intelligently and for the It passing and teamwork of CathoKes would need additional report from the taxpayer M before" dlooeee ever held In Milwaukee, here and them by Irish ctttasnsv piaijwd team Ml Man iuw, with due delresrfttlotf; one efCsct the latter mors than made up for room for cemetery purposes and There Is no pretense tbat ths or to lbs still enfpeoyed on mvnsfchsa- - Other Important meetings will be TrtaKy OooivoU, wfefl the held in New Torr on January 9 and men, women and children brutelly Vernons to to ttoa K. of C. who should be ths elimination or cur- inste- weight deficit' and as vthey purchased the ground la Mm asms taur tha DanMeraac onwwssT . w tailment ot speculation; the avoid- were keener shots than High Seboel tery, about to be opened from Um city taa TWigswiUs OowpMy j la BalUwors on a dte yet to b set.) kilted by the soMtoy had uy hand scored their first Vtotory. ttfc ing of dumping jratn on ths market the end feaad tbem on top, Barr estate. and trom Henry Tyler. 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Pro-Lent- January 24 New Year SocteS ot St. Patrick's church in hall, attor- jKxm and evening. social of J Otheto 'February 7 St. Paul's church, Pleasure Ridge Me Park, at St. Helen's Commercial Samoa De Valera, -- President of the Irish Iteputylc, whose return to by bWa Ireland he cablegrams from Dublin, left the following fareWell meseage to the "Land of the Free and Home ot tho Brave," rwell! May you ever remain, as 1 have known you, land and the of tho genoroua-hearte- d kindly. May yW stand through time as they wkuld have you who love you Liberty' choeea champion; and oh! may you never know yourself the agjny of a foreign master's lash. ' "I came to ydu on a holy mission, the mteaosi of freedom. I return to my people who pent me, not Indeed as I hadfdreamt It with the mission accomplished, but withal with a message that will cheer in the dark days that have como upon them and that will inspire the acceptance of such sacrifices as must yet be made. "So farewell! young, mighty, fortunate land. No wish that I can express can measure the depth of my esteem for you or my desire for your welfare and your glory. And farewell the many dear friends I havo made and the .tens ot thousands who, fortho reason that I was the representative ot a noble nation and a storied appealing cause, gave me honors they denied to princes you will not need to be assured that Ireland will not forget and that Ireland will not be ungrateful. American people : An Investment In Modern Physical Properties IT IS EASY TO VERIFY THIS STATEMENT by personal inspection A large proportion of the Company's physical property is new. All of the plants and systems under operation are highly efficient. mTIISVILLE. KY AN INSUIT. Talr-bank- s, SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1921 ment of their priesthood, which is always represented on the etago and elsewhere in a moat favorablo way and whose religion is treated with consideration. The Catholics are .to The time has come be commended. also when Protestants should not tolerate any other than courteous treatment of tholr religion and The constant mention ot Mary Pickford, alias Mrs. Douglas as "Our Mary" is an insult A to the American people at largo. who has taken part In movie actress tho questionable divorce case that kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk not tho Pickford woman has should peoCHASING AN ILLUSION. be put forth as the American $ ple's favorito t"ypo of actress. Wha.t Press dispatches tell us that at an a far cry from her to Mary Ander- interdenominational church conferson Navarro, who originally was ence In Boston last week Bishop Miss Florence Rellly has been a "EAMON DE VALERA." known as "Our Mary" and was William Lawrence, of the Protestant spending tho week In New Orleans. credit to herself and the stage. Episcopal diocese ot Massachusetts, Miss Agnes Heck Is, In Detroit ARRIVES IN IRELAND. pleaded for church unity that would visiting her sister, Mrs. Bernard J. SHOCK TORIES. to tho wJioneaboutis include tho Roman CathoHc and Henley. Spalding was a guest of ot All doubts teaVWlera, PreWdemit of Eamon. De . Tom To the True churches. rest The official bulletin ot the Brit- Eastern appears his plan is based relatives at Bardstown during tho the Irls,h Republic, wono set ait DubMonday, when telegrams from holidays. military authorities acknowledg- Voice It ish in EngMiss Mary Ferrlcr, Chicago, is lin confirmed Abe report that lie had ing that they had deliberately burn- on the Lambeth conference worklanded in Iroland. which suggested the Inter- visiting her sister, Mrs. Elcanora ed up keen Interest All Londonto the Saturday ed homes In Iroland has shocked land LIston, In Jeffersonville. in change or ordination through which the Tory press and Miss Marie Dougherty has beon whe'reabouts ot the elusive head of the London country. Heretofore tho Brit- one church would recognize and ac- visiting in Covington, the guest of the Sinn Fein and iall ot (reporters this newspapers had squads polcept the mlnistor ot another In ad- Mr. and Mrs. Jess Loyal. ish Government his pursued the on the trail. Doubt that De Volora But ministering the sacraments. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Gorman, Park- actually .had succeeded In crossing icy of trying to convince the public to even among the Protestants to land, had as their holiday guest the ocean, and giving the Blip to that the Irish themselves set tire spoke tho Bishop's plan Miss Anna Gorman, of St. Louis. Scotland Yard and the British secret their own homes and places of busi- whom he Leo and Will Nally spent the hol- police gave place to a, general belief was not received with unanimous ness. Now John Bull pleads guilty parents, Mr, and that the "President" had como back idays with their Bishop William Hughes, of Mrs. Thornton Nally, at Bardstown. just as mysteriously as the had gono to his crimes and tolls tho civilized favor. .Episcopal church, Mlas Nora Newman has returned to the United States. Word came world that it is none of its business. the Methodist Da Valara was in to Let's hear from the sob writers who who presided, declared" that he to Frankfort, after a holdlay visit from Dublin that hiding somewhere C. Newman, Ireland and was rave over the horrors of would not take another ordination and her brother, Will used to near the capital. This was followed family. Belgium and the suffering Armen- "for a million dollars," even from Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Laverty, who by intimations that the Irish PresiBishop Lawrence. We suspect that havo been guests of Mrs. C. E. Lav- dent was in commun.icart.lon with, his ians. representatives of tho other Protes- erty, returned Monday to their home foremost aids and would, in vx. day or two, take the leading part in the tant denominations present were In Boston. MUCH GOOD WORK. MIts Juliana Asman hals returned pour piarlers which .have been proalso averse to receiving ordination ceeding with tho British Government Episcopal to Nazareth Academy after spending through several channels. Protestant the Few Catholic laymen have accom- from tho holidays with .her parents Dr. Sinn Fein eources In Ireland sent plished as much good for religion church, which as a matter of fact and Mrs. .Asman. word that De Valera had beon in has no orders to give. That fact fellow men as did J. J. Paul Meagher and Miss Elizabeth and the for more than a. week and this run-on- . of Aueusta. founder ot the was determined after an Impartial Meagher, of Frankfort, were last Erin linked with tho declanaUon that was week the guests of Catholic Laymen's Association of. investigation In Rome a quarter of bert, Crescent Hill. Mrs. W. O. Gil- there seemi3 to be ground for tine bea century ago. lief that the S!mm Fein, is- formulatUeorgia, wbuss uunumj ..v..... Col. and If Bishop Lawrence and his con- Miss Edith Mrs. P. H. Callahan and ing final peace proposals for a shock and sense ot loss throughCallahan havo moved to the British Government. out the South. Mr. Farroll saw the freres entertain the hope that the Into tholr new and beautiful home The Irish otfilcial office took torrent of cal- Catholic Church will Interchange or- on Cherokee Parkway. cognizance of De VaJera's moveneed of meeting .tho Miss Frances Kleffor, who has ments, and a lengthy telopihone comumny poured out uopn the church dinations with them they aro chasDublin If they hope to been with her parents, Major P. V. munication was held with believed, In Georgia, one of the most bigoted ing an illusion. Kleffer and Mrs. Kloffer, returned Castle. The. oftlce. it 1s In tho South. He began ;ne bring about church unity in this Wednesday to Nazareth Academy. States was making an effort to eecuro wnrit in a. small way by sending out way they may as well cease tholr Misses Elizabeth and Gladys some light on the President:- Whererefutations ot calumnies to papers efforts at once. It can not be done. Casey, who were visiting their abouts. The Irish, office admitted Do be placed that published them. Tho need of The Catholic Church can make no aunt, Mrs. John King, Jefferson- thatarrest on a technical charge on organization became apparent, and compromise with error, nor does It ville, have returned to Lawrence-bursight, but 1t was added Uiat if cerKy. the ordination which Mr. Farrell took up tho work. Tho recognize MlBs Ulma Finch, who spent the tain guarantees, are forthcoming lie orBishop Lawrence thinks ho has. holiday vacation with her parents, will not bo molested. result was tho most complete The Dublin correspondent of the ganization of Catholic men In tho Moreover it will refuse to reordatn Dr. C. N. and Mrs. Finch, JeffersonGeorgia organization him unless ho submits himself to ville, has returned to Nazareth Star says that a tremendous sensacountry. The tion was created by nowu ot De Academy. Is a pattern for other States where the authority of the church and tho return. made Roman Pontiff. Ho may dream all to Miss Esther Cahlll has. returned Many inquiries organization to needed. after Dublia Castle during vero day, and at Sacred Heart Academy, It the. he pleases about church unity, but spending the holidays with her parBritish he is on the wrong road In his pres- ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cahlll, was acknowledged that tlieinforma.CALUMNY THAT RECOILS. officials are without any ent course. The Catholic Church Crescent Hill. tion as to tho present whereabouts Mr. and Mrs. Robert Emmet Cal- of tho Slnm Fein .head. Tliero, was of the British Gov- desires unity just as strongly as Arraignment lahan returned Monday night to St. a minority ot opinion that Do Valera ernment for Us atrocities in Ireland Bishop Lawrence can, but sho Is not Louis, after a holiday visit to Mr. States, by the report ot the British labor cherishing any Illusory hopes In re- Callahan's parents, Col. and Mrs. actually Is still In the United. having the reports of iMs return commission which investigated con- gard to It. If those who are now P. H. Callahan. beon circulated to Conceal' hto real William B. Kelly, who has beon activities. ditions on the spot l tho most tell- outside the Church want unity with Mrs. De Valera, wlio was found ing condemnation yet made of the tho Catholic Church, they know how spending the holidays with his parto New Greystones, County British Premier and hla methods. It can be secured. Tho door is open ents, returned to Monday his studies at .her home at eho professed no Haven, Conn., resume Wlcklow, and havo- any effect on the cyni- for them. Let them come In. Will it aFTale University. knowledge of her husband's responcal Welshman who is chiefly Miss Ethel Angermeler, who was "At least. I know nothing tho holiday guest of her parents, eo far," sne said with a smile. WORSE THAN SAVAGES. sible for the atrocities? Wo doubt Mr. and Mrs. Harry Angermeler, The Rev. Father O'Flannhgan. Lloyd George is a shameless It. President ot been approves ot murder From accounts that havo been has returned ato Nazareth Academy, who halg Fo1n actingabsence ot Arscoundrel who in ihe the Stan eye and who published In tho papers one might where sho Is student. without blinking an Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Drulen and thur Griffith, who is in Mount Joy lies to try to cover up his villainy. suppose that Ireland is waging war daughter. Miss Mary Margaret Jail, ds jln Dublin, but! whether he One of the striking features ot tho against the British army of occu- Drulen, have returned from. Bards- bos been 4n communication with De He refused known. Valera labor report is Its characterization pation in Ireland. That Is not the town, where they spent the holidays to give is not information when ap any ot the attempt to hold Sinn Fein case. The Irish people are defend- with Mr. and Mrs. James L. Drulen. proached on the subject, it is unDelaney are Mr. responsible for tho burning of ing themselves as best fhoy may. among and Mrs. W. A. visitors from derstood .he is being shadowed by the prominent Scotland Yard detectives, as unreasonable and stupid. against the attacks of an unscrupu- Louisville arriving recently at t6wns of De Fla. Before returning they i "Wo have no informationwas an No one believed this charge not lous body of mercenaries that has who been turned loose on them by" the will visit other points of interest In Valera'e whoreahouts," it Hamar Greenwood, even Sir nounced at tho office of Arttthur State. made it. It was a stupid calumny British Government. War is being tho ot the Irtoh Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Taylor, O'Brien. President League and Sinn Fein that recoils on the men responsible made upon Ireland In 'tho worst Jr and daughter, MIsst Sonrlsa Several possible form. Civilized warfare Taylor, of Chicago, were nere to ambassador Ifn London. attention of for it. $o newspapers- direct regard for the lives ot spend New Year's with Mr. and Mrs. tho Valora's .throat to repeat Ter has De In the Wels- - ence MacSwinoy's hunger stHKo ir "Women and children. Charles P. Taylor, Sr . DON'T STOP SHORT. This threat was ho ds arrested. But In the war that is being made Miller, E. We hope that when the Knights on Ireland toy the mercenaries of Texas-- , Brown sepnding of Gofcvoston, inado some months ago. say vottho 'holidays .after New York start out to call to account legally Lloyd George even these have not with hla grandfather, P. J. Brown, ing members dlspatchdaIrish all Parliaof the of re- been spared. Are tho Ku Klux Klan fomenters tho Irish people on South Sixth street, returned ment, Dail Elroann', Who have been to the University of in this country were reported Satligious calumny and discord they Justified in defending themselves? WednoLlday prosecu- No where ho is a. student. will not stop short 'In tohlr one can deny them the right of Notre Dame, Bannon was host last urday night to be either on tholr Miss May way homo or preparing to sitajit to In the past, their policy was tions. And no one can deny week a most enjoyable rook punishment that the ruthless mercenaries now party. at Those present were Julia join their dhiet, Eamon De Vaibra, to refuse 'to InBlst upon President; of ith Irish republic. The of the offenders onco they had ad- running amuck In Ireland hare Bacchus, Ruth Baskett, Ethel Beck, reported recall' bf the logtelatorsand Bouse, Lois Carter, Elsie the probable Tejaaon lor De VaJera's Loretto mitted their guilt. Practically this placed themselves beyond the pale Jouklns, Norma Carter, Margaret M said to be due return was an invitation to others to take of civilization. They are worse than Lamar, Irma Mltchel, Jeannette to a meeting of the Irisa Parliament Up the lucrative occupation ot bait- eavages. May within the nextrthlrty days to reach Sclimltt, Zimmerman, Lou Bannon. ing tho Knights of Columbus. They deciBdoni on jsollcy that may jftr. and Mrs. Michael Eckmann a affect th future activities of had nothing to lose and everything CARDINAL GIBBONS. announce the marriage ot their the Sinn iFehu- to gain by spreading their calumnies ot nature daughter, Miss Anna J. Eckmann, at so much per copy. The Knights TilsThough ln itbe course BseamSng dta to- William G. Alcken. The marANNIVERSARY BANQUET. long career must be of these riage' took place Tuesday, evening, succeeded in exposing some Gibbons' Cardinal28, scoundrels; but as far as wo know close widespread and deep llncU December Upon at St. Anthony's Louisville Circle, Daughters of regret causes their return from Isabella, will hve their annual banot one ot them was adequately through the country. Few Ameri- church. New Orleans, Mr. and Mrs. Alcken punished. We trust that the soft- cans ot his generation have eo com- will bo at home with the bride's quet t 7:39 'clock on thTuesday Tyle evening, JaawnT 11, at will pletely won the ihe&rrts ot their parents on Madison street. policy hearted and Hotel. AStier 9:30 a ibscrdplea. la B la hop Mlas Aline Hlgglns entertained, dance will teka flaoe, ito which, the be abandoned tor one that will countrymen. Hfa Mfe as was the spans a halt century; "be New with a watch party are invited. a salutary lesson to the of- youngest Bishop at the) Vatican eve la honor of her on guest, Year'a f rleada ot the teach Mlea deter others Council and te iho only survivor of Catherine Brown, ot Oloverport. The EntantainiJWBit Committee will fenders and that will a folpatro&MMl atad act that btetorio gatherta; Wednesday Those present ineluded Misses Helen low:as MesdMM W. T. are from imitating them. Meefeaa, J. morning taqurroro were told that Raggio, Marietta Murpny, Aiine JJ C. Hood. M. T. Conthe Cardinal had peeeed tfoe beet Hlggiiuf, Catherine Brown, Margaret B Arbeguet, HWMd. Henry ScWm-peleA JUST PROTEST. sight since fa!p Ulnessithat ihe was Riley, Isabella Bohe; Anna Prlee, nelly, J. T. MuUkaU, Joseyih, r, J. H. condi- Irene much Improved and that Banner, Catherine Noose; P. A. WaftWr, 'litasea Mart day tion wa very promrtmg. Barry, Thomaa Messra. Jamee I these garet C. BoyW, Mary L. Cor coram. Leo Kknbel, William Browa, Fraoee SbaaWy, Jfcwfawit A. teedenelea and the studied efforts to Malone, MASTER PLUMBKRS ELBCT. Andrew O'Learv. Jamea DoSroUo1 cbo. Thte wW Hteer at everything religious people The Loulayille Master Ptambew' I Raymond Krebg, JBdward Murphy, all religion beliefs will heartily Association held dUs annual election Thomas Qulnn, veraen weuanrey, be an enjoyable affair for both H membam and trfepdM. with the pro tent ot the Meifc-adt- In the Watterson Hotel Monday William Hlgglns. says: evening and selected the following Kplecopel Board, which wTTwnaKfos attbkdbd. ENOUGH. tor 1881: B. B. Watte, .: 6ft tbevUe and in motion plc- - officer Edwara J. Oattally i the aw ....1 .I.,. nvfAaojit- mi1nUrtr M Mt President; R. O. Dueeh, Viae PresiSecretary; G. Tibere re enough of etfeeirra er-- PraMdaat ot tie Amiaa Catholic iom. reareeented except a an effem- dent; W. H. Matlack, T. J". Garvey, HMoriea Soel auJMnni .nf the tafeh race la IAH arid it annual ity, yateh haa Jjwt-' ItflMr, Treasurer; IOOI. EDAM laaatlttir la PMUdV. to Rerfant-at-Armiw are exhorted I P. for the "a,8fi O. W. 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Balbniggan, Oranard, Templemare, Trim, Tober-currWe repair any sewing machine. Tralee, Llsburn, Tnurles and numer ous towns villages been G. DORSEY & CO. burned and and m ruins. have Cork J. are In alone acres of sines houses and City 0059 homes have been wiped out by fire, 542 E. JEFFERSON SV BEET And grim winter has overtaken the creameries, homeless. the lants of great and mall communities built by Irish Farmers, have b ten razed to the ground and the e:onomlc units they Bervod have been paralyzed. Thousands of workers have been thrown out of employine it by- the burning or factories and creameries and in consequence of he generally dis"THiFWSSrN THMMU" turbed conditions in Belfast alone 80,000 of the shipyard workers are on the verge of starvation. The transportation system has broken down, so that It is difficult to distribute even such supplies as are available in Ireland. To meet thU appalling situation, and to cope with it before it reaches a point where it may monace the very expeople, istence of the Irish the American Committee for Relief in Ireland has been formed. This committee is a and body, solely humanitarian in aim, which seeks the of all those In whom human suffering evokes sympathy. This American committee proposes to supply relief to the women and children in Ireland, without regard to political or religious distinctions, through trained relief workers, distributing foodstuffs, elbthing, building materials aud medical stores. The suffering and the helpless in Ireland seek aid from the American people who have never yet refused an ap cit7its4. peal from the suffering and helpless. To relieve the bitter need of the Irish people, the undersigned therefore confidently appeal for aid to the humanity of America. There is little to addto the above, save to point out that Ireland Is virtually the only place In tho world where the destruction of resources has been continuous." Today industry is fa paralyzed in Ireland and the greater XT. part of the mala population is leading a hunted and fugi. a, utter rre. tive enistence. If present condimm IftiMttotatK. 4kv tions continue unrelieved the Irish aaHB me oM amir m H i race in Ireland faces virtual anniWaBsv' sal m ear atria er emdUMa. hilation. .We are confident that Americans of every class and creed will respond promptly to avert the terrible fate menacing a people to whom they are so closely bound by ties of kinship and of a common SINGER Sewing Machines PUBLIC APPEAL. Screened Coal PROTECTED FROM MACARONI EGG NOODLES SPAGHETT I ICE AND SNOW Eastern Ky. Block, $10.50 EasUJia Ky. Mine Run $8.50 Western Ky. Lump, $8.75 Western Ky. Nut, $8.25 A. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. - PBNDBNNIS and 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoo Store. Inc. Ire-la- ud UrS. IlaiTlSOIl FHeao StfaSSDUrfi' y, W Make a Specially of All branches of Dentistry. w vbo Ail Modern Appliances la the Ellmlnatlen of Pala. 1 Geo. Miller, Jr., Coal Co. West 949 Orer-flort- y 1 Elevator and Yards Twenty-Sixt- h and Howard Shawnee 11 Clt4S03 Phone City 4M99 LEWIS DOUGLAS MORTON - FRED ERHART ' ARCHITECT ' HUBER HAND STOKER 25 PER CENT. COAL SAVING. Combustien Engineering and Furnace Repairing 531-2- 3 City 8331 COURT PL ACE Main 1050 NORTON BUILDING H.W. Corner Fourth andJiffirson non-politic- al non-sectari- an r TTfT"' 'jtritU"yt7?TfT ELECTRIC CLEANER IacorporateKl 333-33- NEW O. T. COAL YARD COAL CO. S. Clay and Fulton Streets. High Grade Coal at the very lowest prices. Give ns a trial. Jicy iiow; Aiatn IU08 Sees v Cleans by Air Alono. Phone Us For a Demonstration. Phone, City 4300 Cumb. Phone, Mala 8586-- A Childers Elect. Co. 5 T mm wm&m SHOCK TftjngaFord J Comma- Joseph HubbuchSr.& Son Dealers In KECO '?v WEST MAIN ST. City 130-M- ABSORBERS Service Sutlon 2d and Liberty WALL PAPER AMD BTJ38 ain It. you boys aa aaesttoa taat wm BMpare taam for Ui. KY. HASSLER SALES CO. City 2712 Phones Main S473 XiaCllM FALLS CHI WHST MARKET ST. HALL BLDGH St. Xavlcr's Colics SIMON able-bodi- es r Cumb. West 295 lis W. Broadway, SoatarUl., Zy. Homo Shaw. 105 rzsnuB's wtoviDmrr asseozATzev - Brothwa. Conducted hy tb XavwlonScl.ntlflo Buslneaa aad Oasalcal. Incorporated Courae. Preparatory Department, Lor?.20S COLEMAN BUILDING Swimming Pool, well Equipped QyraS. H. COR. THIKD AND JEFFKHSON naaium. xernui atoaeraie. FLORIST Bro. Benjamin, Sir. oaal VroyKty a r&r&Uara, liOAVI Blaaioads aad oUm at ovot BatM la 9te 0r P0NTRICH CORNS.BUNIONS hfrtwlH Krf Umnui IMk Cut Flowers, Designs, Plants Twenty-eight- Family COAL - - COAL heritage' Home Phone 390S FRED FEIGE & SON UNION MADE SHOES AND SLIPPERS 431 EAST MARKET STREET LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. Loans to those haying regular or salary, with no publlolty er red tape. Loans to housekeepers a their personal security. F. R. POOLEY, Building Ream 1, Courier-Journ415 S. Fourth Street. al Famous Diamond Block and Rogers Bros. Block, the Coal for Stoves and Furnace. Wholesale and Retail. City 2028 South 2400 HOLIDAY PARTIES. Ba. Kimeralwater & Grocery Company H.B0SSES0N Funeral and BROADWAY Peter J". MacSwiney, of New York, brother of the date Terence MacIncorporated Swiney. Lord Mayor of Cork, anid FOR THE BENEFIT OF YOUR ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING Daniel O'Gallaghan, present Loud KIDNEYS DRINK PARRAKEET Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted Mayor of Cork, arrived ln Newport MINERAL WATER Asphalt Shingles a Bpoccialty Nows last Tuesday night as Parkway 406 on ithe Amerloani steamer 2011 WEST BROADWAY West Cannon from Cork. Both wero taken lin. charge of immigration auTHE SHEPPARD MFG. 00. thorities, but on showing hila passft Designs & Estimates Famished port MacSwilmey was released, and Incorporated the Lord Mayor was freed as eoon BLOW as authorities arrived. The Lord STEEL AND IRON WORKERS WORKS Mayor took up (bin residence for the 1612 WEST MAIN STREET Mechanical Air Engineers time at a hotel, refusing to discuss Manufacturers and Erectors of Home Phone, City 577 any details of hia visit. According to MacSwinoy, however, O'Callaghan DUST COLLECTING SYSTEM LOUISVILLE, KY. Is at We Make a Specialty of Pipe Steam Forglngs and Fire Escape of in this country of the invHtotiion One Hundred the Committee Work for Apparatus Oar Specialty at Washington investigating the HEATING & VENTILATING Irish situation. O'CaHagfban its unJOHN B. O'LEARY ft CO. 644 EAST JEFFERSON ST. der guard furnished by immigration LOUISVILLE, KY. Headquarters for officials. not allow the "The British PROPERTY Lord Mayor to would America, and FARM CITY AND visit See us about anything la real ho ptowed away om lha steamer," Both Phones 2406 MacSwiney stated. "I could .have MUte. We sell, buy and rest come back as a ipafeisenger, but pre504 W. JEFFERSON fiFT. REUTL1NGER & CO. ferred to make the trip with him Kane Phone City 4464. as I now prefer to remain, at his Adolpk ReatllBger slide whrtle ho is being dotaiined." CbM. B. Xraey X. A. Xrapp "I 4on,U' wish ito be oomsiidered FIRE INSURANCE discourteous to itbe press," the Lord Home Phone, City 7005 TORNADO, LIABILITY AND Mayor saftJ, when seen, "but I preERAPP'S MEAT MARKET fer to say notiMng until I have had PLATE GLASS my status delisted by the propor auWholesale and Retail 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET thorities." BBxr, rase, vbax, jjstb xoukb A message of greeting to Dan&ol O'Callaghan., Lord Mayor of Cork, All JClsfls of Smoked Xeate who arrived at Newport News as a SOS BAST JEFFERSON STREET stowaway on the steamer West Cannon, was sent- from New York City on Wednesday by Holllngisworth JOHN B. WATHEN Directors Wood, Chairman of the Committee FURNITURE MOVING AND of One Hundred Invest! gating the PACSXKm Irish question. The message, staked Embalmers. the Lord Mayor to appear before 8C 80 Soatk Twearty Man the committee on January 17 to tes Telephone 1022 West 1614 Shawnee 1986 tify Teg&rding conditions in Ireland. The text of the message, whdeh LONG DISTANOJl HAULDMI OOO EJ. was sent to the Lordi Mayor "m cars of Immigration authorities, Newport News," follows: w WttWMWwWWMMMAAHVVSAMAMMAM'MW "Delighted ito hear of your ar. CUMBERLAND MAIN n.7 rival. Commission, having received HOME PHONE 88 no answer ito our communication (to you. has sot next hearing for 17th, If earlier date will accommodate you, please advise." Mr. wood Bays that Mayor O Cal- laghan. was kivitod "some time ago" to vIsk the United states for the purpose of testifying before the committee. PARRAKEET Home Phone, Shawnee 803 CORK MAYOR HERE. HENRY GOSS etow-awa- ys Mies Adeile L. MOrltz entertained last week with a 600 party. The decorations wero in keeping with the' season. Tho guests (Included Misses Anna May Welsh, MairyMc-GulrEthel Vaa Buskirk, Ethel Ryan, Eleanor Morltz, Adole JWritz; MessrU. "Waiter Jenks, New Albany, Ind Bauorle, Walter Edward Vowles, John Ryan, George Weber, Lawrence Liebert, Jr. Miss Ernestine Hughes Hines entertained at a 500 party in honor of Miss Henrietta Seekamp, Chicago, and Misses Grace Schwartz and Janico Blauvett, Evanston, III. Thoso present wero TOIssek Henrietta Grace Schwartz, Janico Blau-vel- t, r, Ruth Kearns, ROcella e, See-kam- p, Ohlig-schlage- LIBERTY PIPE a Christmas party, The decorations were carried out in tho Christmas colors. Thoso present wero Misses Agnes McCarthy, Loretta IMlburn, Vera Moran, AnnOra Keenian, Ruth Grimes, Evelyn Helen Greeba. Vairgo, Mary Woechlter, Minnie Brussolbach, Roso Kolb, Adelaide tteisort, Llewellyn. Reisert, Lucille Donaghoe, Christine Moran. Miss Norah Istng entertained with drew Cavanaugh, Eugene Ulrich, Vaughanf Jack Knighiton, Edwin Gorman. Gilbert Tuyman, Frank App, John French, Lambert Clark, James Outran, Eugene Brait-UnWekJey Norah. Ining; Messrs, An- g. - J, J. BARRETT'S SONS1 FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. & Miss Leonla M. Blocker entertained informally in honor of Louis S. McKternan, of Chicago. Those present wero Misses Morgio Droppel-man- n, Dorothy Root, MaboT Selg, Vera Root, Lillian. Droppedmann, Leona M. Blocker; Messrs. Louis S. McKdernan, Arthur Kramer Jack Kilkenny, WJllJam Riley, Edward Llest, John Heffomam. Miss Racolla. Ohligschlager entertained' at her home on Hepburn, avenue. Those present Were Misses Schwartz, Helen Seekatni). Grac Janico Blauvelt, Christine Moran, Mary Wachter, Maritha Briscoe, Mar-gatr- ot Miller, Adelaide Reteert, Llowollyn Reisert. Rose Kolb, Minnie Brussolbach, Edna May Rietzo. Miss Mao Hotelich lenterialned with a watch party Now Year's eve in honor of ihorj friend, Mfcs Gladys Cabell, of Huntington, W. va., who returned this woek to "Natra Dame guests included Academy. HoJ- Mc- Messrs. and Mesuamo3 Mahou, John Hotelich; Misses Gl&dyja Cabell, Nellie Troy Goose, ICataierine Norton, Heflen Droppel- mau, Lorattai Goose. Catherino Meyer, Mario Hotelich, EJale Notrton, Prancello MarqusKite, of New Orleans; Messrs. Wm. Faust, Jr., Ray mond Anger, Edward Kiunz, wm. P. Meyer, Jr., Clinton Jones, EdwaUd Harman, Chanss Meyer, Randall Walker, Pterrei Marquette, of Now SUITS 218 FRANCIS BUILDING FOURTH AND CHESTNUT STS. MRS. MACSAVINEY'S MESSAGE. Phone City 4720 Hours 9 to 5, 7 to 8 p. m. Before sailing for Ireland last Saturday Mrs. Muriel MacSwiney, Fres. wife of the martyred Mayor of Cork, Hark BalM, O. JTaeote. See. aaa Yraaa S. gave this farewell message to America: L. GRAUMAN CO. "It Is with a feeling of tho greatIncorporated est regret that I must take myself away from tho shores of your creat Bcalera Xa JJ1 Xtaaa of smee sat republic. Your hospitality and your tore Vtxtures, SaXea, Oaaa Xgls Co er, Snow Oaaea,ato. matey, aiiecuon toward mo have created in Saalvlaa', my heart such appreciation and af- bi wxss kazx vstoart rocuon in return that I 'fear I con ty lilt Heme Phone, not adequately express it. Wihen I came it was with a torn heart its wounds still fresh with the loss of JOHN ASSENT a cherished husband and having constantly before my eyes tho sufferings of my beloved country, PIANO TUNER which hab offended no nation, and yet is enduring martyrdom. Your spontaneous and generous expres 1020 EAST BURNETT AVENUE sions to me, wnicn I reel represent Home Phone, City 8398 tho spirit of America, have consoled me, and indeed brought sunshine into the very depths of my sorrow; City 6910 Res., Shawnee 1863-- L but tho wounds of my country are still neglected. Helpless itself, no Co. nation has offered to release It from Incorporated tho chains that have been placed about it. Tho victim of such, cruelty GENERAL TRANSPORTATION, and crime that even its own, torTRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND mentors condemn themselves as they striko where no homo is safe from "BAYRTDB PARTUS" the firebrand and rayisher, and no 1129 WEST MAIN STRAUS'S poison to sure of his Ufa from day to day and all this because she seeks to walk in tho Dath of liberty atAMBLT BROS. SHOB BTORBS which you first made. My laist ex AH Klada of Footwear Tor She pressions are thoso of deepest gratiWhole Family tude and my last request is that you may upeedily Tollove the devastation Two HAHBLY'B Storea of Ireland and 'help it to stand by your sldo a free and independent SSta aad PortlaBd. Shaw. 1714 nation." OMy 7114 18tk aad Magazine Ballelai sPaalaWilaaateaFJ. Beth Pho?M i'"" t 'xsc i J lAj. BexaFBaalBalBalBlaSaSBl Sttomtit TntM Dr. Uriah Z. LHsty CklrafealBt S07 aaaeaaBBk. Starka h aad Greenwood, DR. A. H. EDWARDS EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT GLASSES ADJUSTED HH9 Mm . FREDrC'LOEMKERS FOURTH AND O STS THE VERY BEST EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS TRY BORGMAN'S CHILE SOFT DRINKS, CIGARS, ETC, City 4540 1000 WEST BROADWAY Cumb. West 936S Home, City 4990 Cumb., Main 490 PALACE GLEANERS & DYERS Incorporated EXPERT CLEANERS OF LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S WEARING Sullivan Transfer APPAREL ARTHUR H. ROHMANN, Manager S. W. Cor. Third and Walaat Bta. City 866 West 866 Oscar Farmer & Sons City Elevator and Warehouse Hay, Grain and Feeds The Home of "Quality reeds" 22 N. FOURTH ST. AP 218 N. FIFTEENTH ST. Thirty-tw- o CARDINAL'S MESSAGE. Cliarloy Years Ought To Be Suf ficient Guarantee For My Knowledge and Integrity It's Poster, former County Jailer but now head of tho Denial in 82S WHST JHFFBRSON STRJUT PINK VARBLE stitution at Wabhingtoa, D. C, reREALTOR AND AUCTIONEER ceived the following message, speDYERS AND CLHANKRS cially written by Cardinal Gibbons GALL FOR AND DELXVKR 214 LOUISVILLE) TRUST BLDO. for Passin' Through, tho Jailor's Christmjas publication: Phose, City 1981 Both Phone Home "Tho men and womem in prison everywhero can bring solid comfort to their heaVts by submitting to tho ways of Divine Providence, and speaking with Him. How many 'have buried themselves in. tho desert so as to talk with God? They also can commune with God by dally, hourly prayer, and thus strengthen, their souls, also shorten their 4me." AL. S. SMITH, PROP. If For Sale Give Me NATIONAL HATTER a Call r f s)oieeeeiewieeee GRAN W. SMITH'S SON Director ANNUAL..CROP REPORT. 55Q)2l "rVr4-- n SL-tfa,-- i Orleans. Miss ( THOMAS KEEN AN 1529 WEST MARKET STREET etty MM. asis--i L. D. Fsmtrsl ffl.T-7- BAX Diricor smd !xabalstr M, her cluq with aa Xmas party Eustan L. "WJUSams aad, James at her home, 816 South Logan O'Connor wees this waefc Tswsleoted sret, on ttoday eveofatg. Hor Cbmmteafonor a&d Receiver reapec- - giwtets dnaJwief Mes Gladys Ca ttvsSy by the Judges of .the Jaffsr- beU, Angela J Droppelmaa, Neli'Je Me Norton, Lortte aon Oircuft Court for la .term of Sour Troy Goose, They, have proven Goose. KMhenfufl Norton, Alberta ymxk eaoa. fattfoful servants and itwo' of the Wlnterfast, BRonom Norton, Ger ' Hoseneh, most popular and aocotnjmodaitlDg trude Goose, men about the Court Haass, and FAXUJOl KKLLBY. their 'election peete with approval of the geaetal pubne. Mr. Frauds C. Xelly. of Chi eago, who reetatly arrived in Lon SOCIAL WHLFARH CBNTBR, f Cardinal don and la a gueat At a meeting of the Catholic Wo- Bourne, took. 4arjt J& .the Chrlitmas men's League, Columbus, Ohio, the function at Westminster, Right iRv. 'Bishop Hartley an mOALOlRBD TO9CATOaVt nounced the probable construction of a catholic Home for Qtria dur Mtl with al- ing the coming year. Such aa edt- Butter cruraba and lerasie lajera flee will not only provide a - DB6ERVKD ELECTION. Helon 1 Droppelman en.ter-tatn-d The annual revised estimates of production of crops in Kentucky for 1920, Just issued by the United States Bureau of Crop Estimates and State Commissioner ot Agriculture W. C. Hanna, Indicate increases in production of corn, oats, SOL THEAST barley, potatoes, apples, peaches, pears, sorghum, soy beans and clover seed; the game production as in 1919 of beans, cowneas and sweet potatoes, and decreased pro- SMMMitfrm-H-duction only of tobacco, wheat, rye and hay. The wheat crop condition this winter promises a much i larger ytelfl than that or the preceding year. i Funeral I and Embalmeri I ( BOTH PHONES 810. lseesfeseeaeeeeeae)eeeaeeeeeal H4"M'4N IHUHHMi DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTT Hill lfr - CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STSi NEW ALBANY. . 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, much-desir- ed wlW 1 . oat wslXare euar. also be the home for young women, bwt wrk oemter- - Cor the of tke Catholic IW, o-- Ml Old High Cost did not affect the generosity "of the members of 8t. Mary's and Holy Trinity churches, New Albaay, who generously contributed $,12B to the Christmas for the orphase of the w"M kM TtVv. soUestloa vuubwivmii.) imm ' jvwa iftita mit jmA dloeeae. This ww the largest eurar isa a bat has bees made there swim w for the entaaaaga. eel-leetl- I Funeral Directors and Embalmers! BOTH PHONBI8. CUwb, Mala vm f HMim'flHHHiWMimHttiMMmWfHMII 6S Seane OUy ii ' 'f r "- - . WsaaLiS H. Z..s Tr " J" jj&irxjooBrxr xjxfx amkj?ioa. .!' . Bacon a son -"- itttt-H'imtttttft"iitiAiA'- ' - irriJM-,- . i L aBHBSiirul j . ;: . 1ERMAN r rOUHTH AVCNUt IS ivcaffSMeo MARKET STMCT r "INCORPORATED Wo Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. We Qlva and RUttm CMd Traaina; Stamps. DO YOU KNOW ABOU7 OUR BOYS' SUITS ? PfBWKalaaaaa . HOUSEHOLD CLUB Payments, PLAN ""1 A Convenient and Dignified Methoa of Purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred The ratataadlBg feature ef this method we saaktat; Bcrchases withoat aay Ha cosTealeace The advantage f ceasiderahle eatiay baying e the Olab Fla daring ear Yarioas sales AT SAM PRICES. WhateTer to the price of the goods to a cash or a charge easterner, that Ja alas the price to a Heaaeheld Olab Plaa customer. There k poaithrely ko aaraaoe. $10 We are offering you these Suits at a very special price, just to advertise our Boys' Department. These Suits are made of good woolen splendidly tailored and mate-terial- s, a Home Made Bread -- large brown loaves with even texture and good flavor made with taaaaaaaaaaaaaaai ! ajagjajgjajBjajan $4M4M1 FALL IN LINE! ikptv COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS There are bo "eeafideatial arraBgemeata." U Is eeadacted spoa am ope basts with a toed sshedale of rate. The fJbmt parmeata aad the ateathlr payaieata are the saaie to all. jBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaB HaaaaaalB STDS v BREAD RECIPE 1 level tablespoon salt qako compressed yeast I THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW 1 IbbbbbbbK With the incoming of the New Year let each of us firmly resolve that we are going to make the year of 1921 the most successful year in the history of the country. You can begin by making your home walls smile. Wallpaper upon your walls increases the value ef your heme, makes everyene happy because of the cheerfulness btained from using well desigaed and properly colored papers Tell your paper hanger and painter that he MUST use Lowapa products. We can supply him with Wall Paper, Paints, Brushes, Tools, Supplies, etc. quart warm potato water 2 heaping tablespoons sugar 3 quarts Arlstos Flour 1 heaping tablespoon lard yeast, sugar and salt In water. Add lard to Arlstos Dissolve Flour. Mako Into a. dough, and after greasing dough on top, put asldo and let stand for uvo hours (which is termed proofing.) Then press dough down and let stand again from to oflo hour, according to temperature. Now fold dough Into loaves without kneads ing, and lot them stand to ono hour before baking. It will usually tako ono hour for thl3 size loaves to bake four loaves being what this amount of dough will make. 1 one-half FJmIIIIR three-fourth- $10 e9eeeeeeeeeeeeaeeeeeeee9ee Coffee Prices Lower eaanr&VaLaaam MUBd , bbbbHb' rKjf 'iieaBBBBBa mbbbbPh t4! Wo offer our excellent BTow Blend Coffee, 2 2 lbs. 1-- ear jv This means only another decrease over the old price for this Coffee, This is the best Coffee for tho prica on the market. Give us a trial. forlO tS r? ' JOHN M. MUIXOY 212 WBST MARKET STREET. Both Phones 1323 Established 188S JOHN H. SHINE & COMPANY, DISTRIBUTORS. Thit Tta&c-Sttu- k Prescriptions Exclusively! I To 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. SUITE 3 FRANCIS BUlCDINO. 439-44- on Eiety Sack Louisville Wall Paper Co. WHOT-iHSALi- E Wall Paper, Paints, Supplies. 420 WEST MAIN ST. v 9e ttel' High Class Furniture AT LOWEST PRICES. LOUISVILLE, KY. tractor, left Louisville to make her TRINITY COUNCIL; home with a daughter, Mrs. J. T. With J. Robert Muhs as President Monday night a gala time was Lee, at Los Angeles. Another daughand two and leader, aided by a capable set enjoyed at Mackln Council club ter, Mrs. W. P. Doyle, sons, B. B. Lawler, Los Angeles, of officers, Trinity Council, Y. M. I., house, when the installation of was followed by a dance for and W. N. Lawler, San Francisco, looks, forward to a record breaking were at 'the bedside when she died. Main 2426 Mrs. Lawler Is also survived by andaughter, Miss Catherine Law other ler, of Louisville. She was held in high esteem In this city, where many friends received news of her 'BBBBBBBaBBaBBflBBalBaBaaBBBBBBa BBBaTsS death with feelings of deep sorrow. MACIUN COUNCIL. of-fle- SESMER'S PHARMACY City 1803 BaaPS DOIMT FORGET THAT RECENT DEATID3. BBBBBBBHibRaBvVW iaBBBBlBBBBTTBfl&Zf KIM who made her home with .aaawSST the Little Sisters of the Poor, was 's tL .BjBaa held Monday- morning from St. aaaaBBBBS7 cousin of church. She was 0 JBBBfal Mrs. Edward Rafferty, a169 9 West ejBgk.rBKa ' . Ormsby avenue, and had long been XNOOaweJaa' a resident of this city. J. ROBERT MUHS, Friends and relatives of George President of Trinity Council. W. Hasenour, 902 South First 415. 417 and 419 East Market St. street, were deeply grieved when ft ft-lnews spread that this beloved wife. year for that active and representaSfOttfrlMlt Sophia C. Hasenour, had passed tive Catholic young men's organizaaway at St. Joseph's Infirmary. The tion. The installation took place if remains were removed to Smith's Monday night at a largely 'attended chapel, the funeral services being and enthusiastic meeting, at which held Monday morning at St, Mary numerous speakers pledged them OFMagdalene's church. selves to work for a greater and Monday morning the funeral of stronger council. re John Bolger, aged seventy-eigh- t, AUGUST HOERTZ, siding at 2411 Wes,t Walnut street, FAREAVEMi MESSAGE. WiltoB Jellico, per tos o $10.50 President of Mackln Council. took place from St. Charles With Minor Repairs Free Saves Buying. church, 'Rev. Father Raffo wi Taylor Western Kentucky, per ton $8.75 Cork; sailed requiem high mass. the Mayor and their friendsu Gua Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed. the membersnew President, has baen celebrating the by two sons, James awaylate LordAmerica ofNew Year's Other Eastern Kentucky Lump, per ton $10.00 He is survived ffoortz, tho from Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. an active worker among the Cath- P. and John A. Bolger; three day, carrying to Earaonn De Valera, V olic young men, and his election daughters, Katherino, Salllo and President of the Irish Republic, a gives assurance of another wise and Margaret Bolger; a brother, Will- message that "all is well" among successful administration. The iam Bolger, and a sister, Mrs. Eliz- tho sympathizers with his cause in INCORPORATED INCORPORATED this country. This message to the standing committees will be an- abeth Scally. Mrs. Angelo Passafiume, seventy-tw- o Sinn Fein leader was sent by his nounced at tho meeting Monday 009 South Sixth. Plant omn m 7 Koitli Fourth. Both Phones 315. 315 Guthrie Street. years old, and widely known In secretary, Harry Boland, who annight. N --m " SS-- Bg II MMBSB Italian circles, dledj Sunday morn- nounced that his chief had landed "Iff ing at her home, 624 East Jeffer In Erin to direct the Irish fight for CARDINAL IS CHEERED. 0 VOIE 11 PLATE 930.00 son street. She is survived by her Independence, after spending fifteen 6 VOLT IS PLATK 838.00 7 PLATE 830.00 18 VOLT Cardinal Gibbons was cheered husband, John Piissafiumo; two months In the United States. Sevgreatly New Year's night by a mes- daughters, Mrs. Frnk Guinta and eral hundred sympathizers P. O. B. Detroit Mrs. MacSwlney as she enand five sage of sympathy received from Mrfft Angela Passanisa, tered the pier to go on board the That's All For Two Years President Wilson, and it was re- sons, Sebastian, Philip, Joseph, and Antonio Passafiume. steamship Panhandle State, bearing ported T. Tho only battery guaranteed uncondi- Bhriver at the homo of Robert he Funeral services were held Monday aloft tho d banners of HejeaBBBBBBBBBBaBJ at Union (Mills, where "adjusttionally for two years. Instead of New York's Ireland's Republic. has been confined during his Ill- morning at St. Bonftace church. ment," you get a new battery, thus elimi- ness, that he was much improved Regiment band Tho funeral of TKomas O. Eddie- - fighting Sixty-nint-h nating all repair work. - in itaBaaaawaaaacaaaaaaaa over his- condition tho preceding man, Sr., 3726 Ruud avenue, was serenaded her and the crowd sang aajniiBM a i Nine little girls cosday. The message sent by tho Pres- held Monday morning from the Irish airs. Yob Can't Barn It UpYoa Caa't Overstrain It ident's secretary, Joseph P. Tu- Church of Our Lacjy, Rev. Father tumed In green, orange and white up the multy, to Bishop Owen B. Corrigan Martin O'Connor (conducting the escortod Mrs. MacSwlney SERVICE AT was as follows h Deceased was a gangplank and into her steamer solemn obsequies. "The President has learned with retired railroad engineer, and In an suite, fragrant with roses sent by sympathy and distress of the Car- accident a number or. years ago sur many admirers. The widow of Terdinal's Illness, and hopes that he fered injuries to his lower lirabi ence MacSwlney, who died in Brix426 SOUTH THIRD STREET, LOUISVILLE, KY. may very soon hear of a decided which necessitated 'tho amputation ton prison, London, came to the of both members. He Is survived United State3 several weeks ago to turn for the better." Distributors for Keatacky and Soathera Indiana The Bishop had the message tele by his widow, Mrs. Margaret Eddle-ma- testify before the Committee of Ono Main 699 or City 8226 ONy Hundred Investigating affairs in one daughter,-?MrJohn phoned to the Cardinal's secretary, ihei Rev. Albert B. Smith, at the and five sins, Henry W Ireland. Saturday she e&id the ex1813 Ghrtver home, who transmitted It to Clarence R., Thorns) R., Jr., Eugene pressions of sympathy she had received in America had carried sun .the Cardinal. The Cardinal awoke and Earl E. Eddlenaan, m Tri. H.. Wh PfM. P. ; M.l.MUIMN.PrHUMtMiMHHW. shine "Into the very depths ot the Saturday morning from refreshing sorrow" brought by her husband's sleep "reeling like a new man," acTART RKHrr. death, In a farewell meesage she cording to father Smith. He spent Divislon i, aToTh., calls unon its called upon America "speedily to the day quietly but pleasantly with ao alarming sinking spells and with members to start the New Year relieve the devastation of Ireland aolhing to excite him. No visitors right by attending the annual meet- and help it to stand by your aide, a ing and Installation) of officers for free and Independent nation." I Sawm m& Calvart Pisa, were allowed to see him. UNMSR The President received a telegram 1921 at Hibernian Hall, 1818 PortFHw r 3tam Caaialta, Baaaaa's Fataat "TOO BAD AND TQO SAD." In reply from Cardinal Gibbons land avenue,, on Thursday evening, Wall Caftatf, Brala Tlia, TltriMC January 13, Beeidoa some ImporThe Iter. Father Charles B. which said: X PIm PrMf , rim Flra Brkk "From my sick bed I aend you my tant business there i will be an In Rchrsntz, President emeritus of St. heartfelt thanks for your solicitude teresting discusslea and action that Charles College, a Catholic institu Grata aai lallar TUt Flra tiay, aiauwy laya. In my regard, and I pray God may will encourage thai new1 officers. tion near Baltimore, has refused to bring you every blessing in thl The presence of all adtemhars is look- join in a celebration and banquet Warn Mm fcsaas la Where wark sa aptaatj OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. ed ton President T.fj. O'Leary has in his honor, prepared by the new year." rights J mSBmSBBm given the division aJ tuooeastu! adpriest on the occasion of the PHONES CITY 73.7B.CUM. MAIN B07. Where aeeksaa; assaaa weak is n fiftieth, anniversary of his ordlna Where tho ministration, waleh President XBFT FRIHNDS mBUS. w,a "" WaXX-Thira4 BrMkiarMa aad Miatk a Hajhtert Hon, because he said, "I will not will endeavor to continue. I news of the death of loin in any celebration as long as Where Where Wkia tfimm The sad aha nniaaiaiaaiaeaeeaM saaal u v HIBBKXIAX DTWAIJCtATfOK. there are starving children In aeofced heat; t Mr. Mary BUsabath Lawler, sevenjElSKmSEmM ty-four Kurope." Because of hte attitude Whew cha saage staaas 1 I yaars old, mothar of DanWhara Vaaa la ant m W, Lawler, 1911 Carter avaaue, Cowrfr PMBftdant (ait J. O'Brien the celebration was abandoned aliel cha tost ' TLQOVOXQ a though Bishops and priests were exI LATHM Past Grand Knight of the XnlghU will Inetall tha newly elected SHHCGLSS 1t the ah That's wfcars KWa whws W ., I. O. H., Moo- - pected over the country of Dtvietea i. from all of Columbus, vu contained In a "Qalek alsalN aaans "Qrtak Meal" aaaaas telegram received barn early San-da- day arantea; at Beit mi HteU, Piree-- aad 1,060 priesta who had baen under bis inatruetton 'wJahed to Mrs. Lawler died Saturday idMt-aiM- t Jopb, D Bannaaay morning at Lot Angelas, where futhai the novate Htty eontaat baa make a formal, avowal ot their gratQmUk Maal 6aaKaa4i MmU, laatalled aad HiSI ly neral aarrtees ware bald Monday eraatod wlea butatast aad taat itude. (Father Seorantz said the "" 5iBaaaaaa3 21 Tare years aav Mis. among the new aajrias this waak times wara "too aad aad too aad" mornlnr 4 Lawlar, wfco was the widow of Daa- - waa Mtaa May OH Be, who has j tor taa celebration ol ovan a foMw W. MARKET ST. (el "W. LawJer, ,flr., a building eon-rfi-jaauea. vfiBaBBBBBBl jPBBaBBBBl Stoves and Ranges, Curtains and Linoleums. Lace Carpets, IBbbbbbbbW PjBbbbbbbv mMSk 1Rs "JTBbbbbI tVaaaaaal Kennedy, The funeral - of Miss Margaret Will-lam- GRAYV0N AIXMEN Sanitary Milk Co. HOME OF IS THE WaWfcl JAMES GREENE IHtf EfHT 7i ,..r'-'- v ."JHB 'bbbbI SWISS CLEANINGMEN'S SUITS -- ""''' PURE MILK ASK YOUR GROCERS." COAL REDUCED! Bor-rome- SWISS (ZLEANERS AND DYERS Byrne & Speed Coal Corporation Tl Jl ' " sur-round- od Sal-vato- three-stripe- - GARAGE EQUIPMENT&SUPPLY CO. n; ieeeteeeaoe'8li5 Jtl. s. Hef-ferma- n, Main ANDERSOl I HIPCP r IVlCHar IsesAsf iP. BANNON PIPE CO. UM Lial, Doors kLroTH' as- ftfi hki, IMP Where the Quick Meal Comes In ALL LKlfBER 8ul-plcl- an Utk lmeJtrt1' Mill. Kil-lee- mSSSmflW 4NMMMf ft lll&iB ilSlM - 5 ll ' ottt-oar- y. ra-por-ta o4r4 7 M9 ai GEHER & SON, ltwai4a4 .