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R iRfcH American I PHSHf : HMK M MM Kvery DrlTer an BHcort S600 LortHWtTMkrtfcTrwfMii Incorporate VOLUME XLVI. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1921. PRICE FIVE CENTS. I' administration, has never published the case of some Protestant organia line of tills crime. You remember zations, thp missionary wojK but too Its motto: "The truth, no matter often followed by the soldier. In whom It .helps or Mirts." Sunday tho case of the Irteh Mission Its only evening a white ginl was: assaulted standard Is that of Christ, and It by a drunk or dope erased negro on takes its chances to Hand or fall by a street car, the nogro nearly tearmat sranaara. Boo State Defeat Jn November and ing all tho clothes off the girl. Not Peace Prospects Ate Wrecked by a line has been mentioned, in the , Ilcrt's Cabinet Cliances CRIME WAVE. "TREAT 'EM ROUGH" dally papers of Mils assault although Premier's Refusal of Sinn Glimmering. white men came to tho rescue, beatTho crinje wave which is sweeping the negro severely and turning Fein Plans. ing over the country is nothing him over to tho police. Tho Street more than the usual aftermath of Railway Company has a record of war. Many persons can not see any Reign of Negro Crime and Assaults this attempted crimo, and what do difference between by murder you think liappened to this brute in wnoiesaie ior ipuDiic purposes and Officials in Dublin Take a Gloomy Hid by the Kcj stone Censor tho Police Court. Ho was fined $15, ' muruer ior private purK-fc'YEView of the Situation B IF and Col. Petty says, "Treat 'cm ill'., ''. Bureau. poses, and when they see some peoUNDEI rough." ple who took none of the risks of There. The reason for this strict' censor-ehl- p war taking usurious profits out of plain enough. The Keystone is war's necessities virtually coining Bureau does not wont Negro Taper Acknowledges Machine Police Censornegro the blood and suffering of "the mention of crimes to reach loys" into dollars and cents, they Acting Secretary of State Want the public as tho 25,000 negro votes Caters to Crnpshootlng and uo not see why they should be too must bo protected for the RepubliLord Major of Cork nice about tho methods of getting Lawless Negroes. can machine this fall. CoL Petty In Deported. what they want, hence the robberies his lecturing tours of tho clubs and and murders that are so prevalent organizations brags about his policy amongst us. The responsibility for of telling the car "yaips'' to this state of affairs lies with the L IN ACCORD. uso a club on idle men xromlng into Government Itself, for had tho ad- GREETED IN NEW YORK CITY. men ar tho town, and of sixty-thrministration stuck to tho principles rested for vagrancy last week only and sentiments by which it justifour are white. One whtto man arfied going to war all would have That a prophet Is without honor rested had a nickel and a railroad been well, but when tho people T!io Assoc'ated Presn cabled from in Ms own country is amply verified ticket In his pocket, and stated that wero made awaro that its (profesIn the case of our own Tobe Hcrt, before reaching Louisville he had sions of high principles were bun Duhltn. on Sunday that all negotiathe Republican boss of Louisville mailed ?300 home to Ms wife, fearcombe, and that the money chang- tions looking to peate in Ireland nave and Kentucky. The Bingham (press ing he would be robbed here. That ers and profiteers wero tho only ficial nroken down, if reports In ofcircles are to be credited and the Louisville Herald have been the negro is protected at the expense ones benefited, the effect on the Definite information H lacking, but working: overtime In aid of Tobo's of the white man we quote the folmoral tone of the people could not It is sa'd that Prem'er Lloyd George boom for the Cabinet, but strange lowing from the Louisville News, a be other than disastrous. has refused to consider the S'nn to say, have not mentioned a strong negro newspaper, and commend the DisPo'n's prouo-sa- l of .the homo" tuIo card In Ms favor, and of which an same to Chief Petty's attention. GOOD CARD. bill. Officials here tako a gloomy outside paper makes mention. The cussing city affairs at a meeting of colored men held last Thursday the New York Tribune says: The strong St Xavler High School dew of th esltuatlon. From "Daniel a. Reld, of New York, News said: "The city administration basketball quintet, now In mldsea-Bo- n Monday London it wall reported oaTiled on Senator Harding ito In and the local machine worocritlciscd that the conferences beform, announceU a good .for the tween dorse A. T. Hert, of Kentucky, for because it catered to tho crapshoot-In- g remainder of tho season, which acting the Rev Michael O'Ffaiaigan, and gambling clement. One well President or the Sinn Fein, a portfolio, preferably that or war, promises many exciting contests. In the Harding Cabinet. Mr. Reld, known man declared the city adminThe schedule for the Green and Gold ind Prem'er Lloyd George, with a view to bringing about peace In IreIt is understood here, advanced a istration was to blnmc for tho boys follows: generous eharo of the $1,000,000 crime wave, inasmuch as it entered January 18 New Albany High at land, have been broken off and will not be resumed. Before Father deficit created .by the National Cam to crnpshootcrs and gamblers, who St X. paign Committee In the closing daya naturally would steal and holdup January 21' St Joseph's College O'FIanagan returned to Ireland on The Chief's advice to Keystone police evidently dqesn't apply to Friday night he had a Gang converof the campaign. It Is also under- men when broke and they felt If at Bardstown. sation with tho Premier and ibho stood that this aid was made caught THEY WOULD BE January 25 Manual at St X, crooks and negro thugs. Tills man claimed ho Is sa'd to be described 1n offithrough the efforts of Mr. Hert " January 29 Lexington at St. X. quarters Do ou get tlint? A generous stopped in n 'soft drink' stand to get February 4 Oarrollton at St. X. cialcould be as "not as satisfactory honed." slinre of the $1,000,000 Mas obtain- n. package of chewing gum and was February 12 Cathedral High at as Peaco negotiations have not altoed through the aid of Sir. Hcrt. Now shocked to see a number of men ntl Indian airoH. Courier-Journgether broken" down, tho newspapers counter shooting dice tho end of the there's an Item for the February 1C Manual at Manual add, but Father O'FIanagan will not and Herald to spread on. while TWO POLICEMEN STOOD ET February 19 Henderson at St X, SMOK- Just toll us how much of that aid THEIR. SHIRT SLEEVES, February 29 St. Joseph's College be a nartv to further exchangek Daniell J. O'Callasrhan Lord Mavor Tobe kicked in out of his own ING AND LOOKING ON. Ho argued at St. A. h who arrived in Baltimore pocket, but principally lot their If any of these men committed a March 5 Cathedral High at St. X. of Cork, morning Sunday readers know if it doesn't look like crimo such as purse snatching or of March 11 Boys' High at High d'saprointed In from Norfolk, was lawless men to uso as a justificanot having tho pleastaken 111 on the voyage across, but bchool. bad taste to ndvnnce a lot of money holdup, the police naturally would tion for their raids, destruction of ure of seeing Cardial Gi'bhons. He or aid, as the New York Tribune look on." recovered after four days and was life and property and a general called at the Oard'nal's residence Tliere's strong testimony from a In splendid spirits when he was put calls it, to n mail jou are soliciting BASKETBALL. on shore at Mutton Island. The afleft his card and then attended mass u job from. If the same tactics wore negro newspaper and If Chief of shattering of tho peaco and public at the Cathedral ternoon of December 29, his yacht pursued In a Constable race somo Police Petty is in earnest about welfare of England and Ireland. It No visitor has .fast ami excitmg games were been permitted ot see the Cardinal was mot by a seaplane at a ipolnt played Tuesday night by one would make on awful cry about "treating 'em rough" this is an op- fls a philosophic demand of a kindly tho Catho- nlnce his return home because of hB? twenty miley directly west of Mutton lic Basketball bribery, etc. To add to Mr. Hert's portunity for Investigation. Again peopjo, determined and. courageous, each game discomfiture and embarrassment, an white men wlio wore picked up in placing their lives between aggres- First Details of His Secret Trip Re- IdJand. It had been his intention being witnessed League,big audience. Illness. A few cltbens. friends of by a crusade carried sion and the perfectly rational functo fly direct to tho Clare coast, but The enthusiasm In this league ranks the Irish cause, greeted the Lord other writer In the Now York Trib Potty's vealed by a Confidant Mayor and h's party consisting of une wants to know where Tobe union cards and could not lhavo tioning government they have esan unforseon hitch devoloped. A high, and few minutes after the Irish Presi- nssured. a gucco'stul season seems Peter MacSwlney, brother of the comes Jn when Cabinet Jobs are been habitual criminals. This Is a tablished and are maintaining." Here. In a double header at &l previous. Lord Mavor J L. Fawcltt, dent was transferred from the yacht XavJer Gym Mackln Council defeatmentioned. Kentucky vent Demo- matter of protest ifor our labor orHELPING IRELAND. Consul of Republic in Nc!w to the plane, engine trouble devel cratic despite the big barrel of the ganizations. Tho continued assaults Xavler York, and the Irteh T. Lawless, coun-pbe on whit women and Judge J oped. For a time De Vaaera was on ed the K. of C. and St Republicans andjtlKuaddltlonal-handica- p Alumni triumphed over Bertrand. ArrrorfcaiLa uudIBA.TrreTiKgur cttiizensl Small BoaY foo!?irSl&LcP'to theapoint-ofrjgoin- g for O'Callaglian. A point brought of Senator Beckham on the p. matter for our white WonH3lvoP backtothftjnach TrlrrftyGouncU scored over Democratic ticket. he had just left, but so long as the tho Vernon Club, now Improving upin connection with O'CoTOahanls Tills has hurt era to ciscuss ana lei mem osk joi. ot trisii birth assembled In numbers Meet Yacht Off Our engine kept running lie felt dt would fast with prospects that will give parole was wiiether it will be a vioTobe's chances immeasuroably and Potty and the Board of 'Safety why Tuesday night at Bentmand Hall, lation of the parolo for him to vanbe safer to keep going. the big boss is pretty peeved at the brutal assault on the white girl when the American. Association for Coast. Judge Lawless was asked if ish. Ches Searcy, Howdy Ed Morrow and on tho street car was kept from tho the Recognition of tho Irish Republic Dusk had fallen, and It became their opponents trouble. Petty held an enthusiastic meeting and there Is any condition In the parole doubtful, the President eolid, wheththe other Republican leadens who public. Why doesn't Col. GOOD YEAR. negro dives Uhrew its force Into tho struggle for were handling the Republican cam- carry his crusade to the er he would be able to reach that would require tho Lord Mayor to give notice that he is to leave the and paign. If the Cabinet boom fizzles on West Walnut, Madison, Tenth the .point just infand from Stockholders of tho Columbia United States Tho Judgo said there ment of tho Irish neonle. Rev. John Got Into Plane Off Clnre, Flying the Clare coast, whore leaders of the out then Hert will part company and other streets la the colored secAthletic Republican movement had gathered speciall Club held a well attended are no cond.tians and that tlhe plan with the Republican .party in. Louis- tion against the hundreds of ld1le O'Connor presided and musical and Twenty Miles to Mutton meeting Monday night and for the Lord Mayor Is to go as Da to welcome him. ville and Kentucky. At the meeting negroes who loaf there dally, dress vocal selections were rendered by named candidates for Board ot Di Valera went. Island. of the State Republicans here Mon- ed In tho height of fashion 7 Why Mrs. Fred Harig, Miss Nell McBrldo rectors, to tbo voted for at the an Communica"Do Valera cot there all right. day Chairman Ches Searcy (tried to doesn't ho discourage the Immigra and Edward Wolfe. VISITATION HOME. nual election In February. Tho past did jolly ithe boys along nest fall, but tion of negio thugs and crooks into tions from Uho National Exeeutlvo not?" taid Fawcltt, "and year has been a successful one for LordlieMayor will get there too." the Committee and President Do Vafl the smart ones wouldn't (fall for that section? Is It because The regular monthly meeting of this popular club, which has made Daniel O'Cal'laghan, Lord Mayor this gu'tf, as they know that when ward furnishes the bulk of the Mite era's Washington address were road. DUPED THE BRITISH PATROL. the Board of Directors of the Visi many marked Improvements In its the Republicans couldn't carry Ken- for the Republican machine and Interest centered In the election of tation Home took iplace Monday af- club house on East St Catherine of Cork, who entered the United States at Newport News January 4, tucky this last election there Js "reform" administration at election officers, which, resulted as follows ternoon. A large and enthusiastic President Rev. John O'Connor. arrived In New. York and was greet'small hope In the future and Mor time? number of members were present. street. vice ed by crowds fi Irish Republic symJohn A. DoyJe. Outside the center of the town the row's administration will make that President Eamonn De Valera, of and manyplansi.fortlho 'future better Secretary Robert: E. Hossion. POPULARITY CONTEST. pathizers. Accompanying hope more forlorn all the time. streets of Louisville are deserted at O'Callabho Irish Republic, used at least twio ment of the homo were discussed. Treasurer .Miss, Mary Corcoran, boats and a seaplane to elude the Among them was an entertainmen glian was Peter MacSwlney, brother Ches also told them that Louisville night, white women and girls being President Joseph D. Hennossy, of of Cork's lato Lord Mayor; Hanry was the Keystone to Republican suc afraid to leave their homes because British patrols awaiting him and to be given on riday, February Jr, Patrick WoOs Division 4, A. O. H., announces tho Boland, secretary to Eamonn De cess, and one of the country liopub-llca- n of tho many negro assaults, and If Mrs. W alter Smith, Mrs. Jerry Hal- - landed on Mutton Island the night at tho Louisville Hotel, In the ,af December 29. leaders asked Mm if ho wasn't there is an arrest the Keystone Po' Now York noon and evening, to which 'all Btandlng ot the division popularity Valera, and lActlng Mayor Gannon The newly elected officers express- - American prints theThe Mlsi referring to the police when he lice Bureau works overtime in tryfirst story of friends of tiho home are invited. A contest as follows: Miss Catherine and Deputy Mayor Malone, of New Lula Den-n- Jersey City. During the short trip epoke of "Keystone." ing to blacken the character of tho ed their appreciation of the honor the manner in which, the Irish Pres-- rery speolal meeting which all of Frayne. 2,200 votes; l, woman and shield the negro Repubbestowed upon them and pledged Went was able to depart from this tho board members are expected to 2,000; Mrs. Hettle MicDenmott, from tho station to his hotel Referring again to the the wMte people of this lican who votes right at election their best efforts tor recognition of country and reach the west coast of attend has been called for Monday 4,500; Mis3 Mary O'Keefe, 3,800; O'Callaghan's automobile wals folsection are myitlfled as to its atti- time. And last but not least, why the Iridli Republic. Rev. Father Clare without being captured. afternoon, January 24, 'to assist the Miss Margaret Burke, 3.0Q0; Miss lowed by a procession that waved Sinn Fein and American flags continue uvnnor was eloquent in praise of, Mutton Island, where De Valera committee in making final arrange- EdiUh Koch, 2,000. tude in the many negro assault does the Courier-Journn- Donal O'Calfaghan, Lord Mayor of n mvw,i i.v cases lately. As everyone knows, Its policy of aiding the Keystene Po President De Valera. who lias re-ments for the coming entertainment. Cork, who arrived In the United CHUlvCH ROBBED. the police department has used the lice Bureau in its nefarious ipur turned to Erin and, perhaps death miles off tho coast of Clare, in weLit-fo- r Mra George Rankins has been apthe single purpbso of securing orn Ireland. There is another Mut- - pointed a member of the board. States as a stowaway and In whose of tho whole same tactics in every murder or as- poro? One pleasing-notLast Sunday nlglht thieves entered ca'se the State Department has resault case where a white woman and affair is that the ministers ami weii overy "Zi,ZL, luat 'roouolil WIUCI ton Island in Galway Bay, one and Christian country enjoys, and negro has been involved. (Amd the meaning men realize 'that the "re St. Philip Nerl's church, Floyd and fused to waive the passport requiremiles from the coast, GENERAL MEITTING. , n without which tho permanent peace Btrango part of It la the Courier-Journ- form" motto of tho Woodbine, and carried away with ment, was to appear Thursday before Tiia thoi, w,i of the Committee of them the contents of has worked (hand in hand gang is all sham, and Dr. Welch of civilized mankind can not be as-- escape from capture when tho yacht Tomorrow afternoon at 2 30 The robbery was not two poor boxes. tho Commit sion investigating condia vcwwvuu. i discovered un One Hundred on which, he made his transatlantic o'clock ilhere will be a general meetwith our incompetent police depart- paved the way for defeat of Ches and and wffl wel- - voyage was halted, bya British til Monday morning. The amount tions In Ireland. This was announc ment In trying to shield the negro and his colored aids when lie saia ing of tlie Catholic Orphan the aid of all persons regard- - trol boat. The commanding officer at St. Vincent's Orphanage, Society of money In the boxes Is not known, ed Tuesday by the commission, and blacken the wMto woman's that this administration is "robten." when the but they contained Sunday offerings, which .moved up the resumption of Cre0d' character. The King murder case is The contest next November will be ot tUs "acht- - Jwwover. was able to elected Spirited addresses were doMvored 6attt:rty tho BrIt1sh offlcer ihat We newly positions. officers will assume Its hearings from next Monday to the latest. Here Is a middle-agetho white people against 25,000 neThey are: Thursday wtob, IMw J. Dowling, craft wa8 mereiy out on a pleaSuro their O'Oallaghan has been woman of good reputation, whose groes and the city and county dtflce & Jatll ANNUAL FESTIVAL. President John B. Campbell. Francis Martin, Robert E. trip, and as a result the boat was paroled by the Department of Labor father was murdered by a black holders with victory in sight for the Vice Prealdent Anthony Gorst. brute. Negroes must bo protected as Democratic party and good govern- Hesslon and John A. Doyle, after not searched. Certain details ot tho Tho Codies and gentlemen of St, pending a final decision as to Ids Recording Secretary M. Roger which arosoliition wast (passed Qnd trip can not bo disclosed, an official they tote 115,000 strong for the Re- ment. John's congregation will give their admifeislbillty to the United States Dougherty. telegraphed the Stat Department representative of the Republican decision publican machine, and therefore the Corresponding Secretary Charles annual festival oa February 2, af- Thisrendered ds not to ba eocpiectdd to calling upon Secretary Colby to rec- - Government said. The 'exaot King woman hod to bear the brunt for sevoral days, and KNOCKS OF ALLIES. ternoon and night, at Trinity Coun-c'- .l be J. Faulkner. Day duly issued by ner of the of this underhanded attack. Hall, Baxter and Morton avenue. meantime. State Department officials valera's departure from Financial Secretary Martin In and day out sine the murder Exact Information as to the the Irish Republic Government to American shores is irtlll a mystery. Tills will be an evfmt of much inter- say, the Lord Mayor will 'hlave acwhiten he tho purpose Miss King has been dragged back strength of the army America raised Donal OCallaghan, Lord Mayor of However, the official to whom the Treasurer Edwad F. Etherldge. est, for which somo leally valuable complishedAmerica, that for testifying came to of and forth to answer thousands of to .fight Germany Is to bo found In Cork. The next meeting will be on irish PresI(ient communicated news Tho outgoing officers have exer donations liavo been made. i of llJs The before the commission. questions and If she varied the a statement issued lost month by th0 second Tuesday of February. transatlantic journey said no cised ability and energy In caring announcement Tuesday slightest In some unimportant point Secretary of War Baker. "On Noregulations of the United States DAUGIIERS OF ISABELLA. for St, Vincent and St. Thomas t, said that besides tho Lord Mayor MACSWINEY COMING. the Keystone police assisted by the vember 11, 1918," says the garding the departure from .this Homes, which are a credit to both Courier-Journwould make much "we had 3,800,000 In our meet- other witnesses scheduled to ajpear country ot persona destined to Ire- - LoulsvKUe and Kentucky. The regular In Miss Mary MacSwlney, of the supposed slip. A libelous) and army at home and overseas. Mer of land bad boon violated. In sending ing of Louisville Council, Daugfhitera when hearings wore reopened 'were anonymous letter was Introduced to Prance wehad more American sol- Lord Mayor MacSwlney of Cork, who word of lite trip De Valera said) ho of Isabella, wiBl take place next Chairman Dempseyr of the Urban CROSS, THEIR SIGN. Injure Miss King and' of course diers than there were French sol- died while in Brixton. Plson, will would issue a manifesto in a few Tuesday night at Knights of Colum- Council of Mallow, Ireland; Peter J shield the accused negro Republican, diers in France., and had the cam- come to Lexington January 29 for days which would be ot Interest to bus Hall. A large attendance Js ex- MacSwlney, brother of the late Lord In one of the strongest passaged pected PoyoU, an who is still alt Jarge. But as In the paign of 1919 been necessary, the an address at Woodland lAtuditorlum. Americans, Commenting on the to greet and (give the new of- Mayor of Cork; onEmil steamer In Ms whole letter tha Holy Father American sailor West the Griffith murder, the Loveoll .murder, American army would have been of her coming was . publican leader's deoartjura from warns missionaries to sink their na- ficers a good send-of- f. Canon, on which O'Oallaghan came the Lieut. Ward murder, the Lupton greater In numbers than the com- made Wednesday night at a meettog Amerlconi shorw, Mb representative tionality it they would succeed; to this country and "wMch was at murder, the Straley murder and (the bined French and British armies in of the local chapter of the American here said: CARDINAL GIBBONS. their work is to spread the kingCork when that place was burned, long list of murders under the France." And yet, In tho face of Association for Recognition of the "Outside the terrltoWal waters, of dom of God and that alone. and Thomas Nolan, an Irishman, reign of the Keystone' coppers, ho these faots, some of the Kipokesmen Irish Republic. A special committee tho United States, President De re"Hold before your eyes the digCardinal Gibbons one lias been convicted of the crime. of the Allies, now that they are out was named to arrange details for Valera wabJnet, according to a (pre- nity ot your work, It is a divine freshed (from a good now awakes and who witnessed the Croko Park snootnight's rest The HeroMi and our lecturing Chief of danger, are fond of saying that her reception. arranged plan, by a yacht For tafek infinitely remote from the In excellent spirits, was the news ing. Tho legal right ot the State Deof Police say you musn't criticise the American army wasn't essential seven days this craft sailed acrosB meanness of human interests. Re- given out Thursday at Ms residence partment order toe "police wMle a small army of to victory. But if our sturdy doughKNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. tho Atlantic and managed tx elude member you axe not to propagate In Baltimore to inquirers after the portation to 'Issue an Mayor oil deDonal for Lord murderers are walking around here boys weren't in. Franco just at tho the British ship wMch had been sent the kingdom of men, but of Christ. Cardinal's health, wlhich is reported O'Callaghan, of Cork, requested free, to say nothing of the holdup time they were needed, the English Louisville Council, K, otf C, start- out whom English, authorities began You are not to enroll cltlaens'lnito as steadily improving. Tuesday by Acting Secretary, ot army would be doing the goose-ste- p men and crooks. ed the new year with, another largo to suspect De Valera! wa making his any country State Davis, wHJl be contested in. the The 'hardest working department now instead of carrying on a reign Initiation last Sunday at the Knights way to Ireland. On one occasion the of tho next" of tMs world but .that ENTERTAIN ME.MREIW. Mescourts If necosbary, counaol ifor the of the Keystone police department at terror in of Columbus HalL The degree work yacht wab halted, but the captain In thils connection tho Roman 'cor Lord Mayor announced In WasMng-ton- . , wow directed by District Deputy R. was able to convince Ms questioner, respondent is ihe Censor Bureau, and Its tabors sage, ot the Canadian FreeTho Ladles' Auxiliary, A. 0. H., B. McNamfcra, of Ellzabothtown, as- a British naval officer, that the man wrote some to keep Ithe public from (hearing juat time ago; will Install its dffloors next WednesTho fact tlhe Lord Mayor PLEASANT EXCEPTION. how bad things rae must be enorsisted by a team ot fifteen. Louis- craft was out on a. pSeasure trip." "The future is Ukely to see fewer day! night, and tho presence ot all came to the that s United States oa ville Council will hold an (initiation mous. Take this week, for instance. TWo months ago Do Valeria decid- groups of missionaries going forth Schoene-manmembers is urged. A pleasant arIssued by tho Irteh R&pabHc Among tho flood of official' and each month, and Grand KnlgM Ray- ed to return, and once moro becomo under a flag. The example, in Tuesday afternoon Joseph. this rangement has been made tor their Government seems to have feeea son of George Schoenemann, unofficial visitors from England to mond Barrett will endaavor to make the active head of his government was set by Ireland's mlsslon-arie- b entertainment after the .meeting. overlooked ly our authorities. Thte of 523 West Hill street, was stabbed these Shores, 1t to pleasant to record this year ali preykwa records. In Ireland. Various means of makto China. Ita first batch of may entirely chango the statuuj of and knocked unconscious by a negro one at least whoso public remarks ing tho journey eo that ho would missionaries sailed w$th no other INDIA. ABOUT the case. burglar. Thousands of people, in- on Ireland are & shining exception DEAN IS DEAD. not be cajptured ware suggested to protective sign than, rtihat of tho Wlfh the Departments of abate cluding hundred of girls from the to the usual officially dyionsored liefc him, but it was finally decided he Cross. They have read the times The total population ot India is and Labor still unsettled over the TheoVery Rev. Michael V. Balogh, would make th trip to a point near Girls High School, knew of thle bur- delivered by such visitors. Ot glary and. attempted, murder. De- dore Maynard, lan English poet of dean or supervising head of the the Irteh eoMt o n yacht whltah accurately. Patriotic susceptibilities about 315,000,000. A these 1,800,-00- 0 disposition of Lord Mayor O'Oallahave developed dn all (peoples, Cork, Hungarian Greek Catho eliould spite this fact tho KejStOfM Police no mean repute and Ithe son of a tMrty-fiv-e over ftrooi IreSand for OhttMdaa and pagan, within tho last holt are Catholics. to million and a ghan ot(that it was indicated1 Wedare affiliated various nesday President WJ&bos. woM .Bureau gave out no report of the Protestant minister, speaks as fol- - lic churches in America, died at hJe hJini. six years. Priests going 'under Hhe denominations. This loaves leave to his Cabinet officers Mm a bomtf in Cleveland Monday of crime, and the Louisville Herald, tlte De Vafeni Mt 6b shore of Amer- Oag ean not be sure that the a total ot over 310,000,000 as yet Ironing out ot the tut-a- l pnaunoata. He was flftv-el- x year ica ob DMambM- SI or it, aeeord-,fct,Tfc dMntoftd for Irteh ldepenl-nmottfetal organ of tite Republic will not grow suspicious1 of by any form of difficulties whtefe bare axisaa fa just ft Mte iHHrtext tor a tet oW. Mrf cimfianiit of Om total Mil ftMi( , H ww political trouble ki tlwAr wake. In untouched case. over REPUBLICANS IRELAND ' ex-stre- COURIER-JOURNA- ee out-'oo- al DE VALERA so-call-ed girls-shoul- d. el - Kll-murr- y, self-gove- rn the-Tent- i l, Courier-Journa- al r,i0 one-ha- lf al Searcy-Chilto- t.m,4 j.u. m-n- non-sectari- pa-co- d man-ognl- zo Mc-Ge- e. com-mlsston- S Btate-men- al semi-month- ly Ireland.--Moseb- y's " ipaas-Frt- n, pj rd-pe- . lic c-- "rw" m m n!a-tlv- tt,. - fetter-d-apar- tm fa the aB?wcxfJOjKT5r jDMejLst AJkiaa5cjcosu January 31 Lunch and social for benefit of St. William's church, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. and evening. January 2G Social by Altar Soh Sodal and Motal Advancement of Iflsh American and Cathollci to ciety af St Ann's church, "afternoon Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's and evening". Catholic KnightB of America. Institute and January 24 New Year Social of St. Publishers noonPatrick's church In hall, afterPRINTING CO.. Incorporated KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN and evening. Wednesday, January 2C St. JosSUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPVSc eph Sodality parish entertainment ta n Matter. aa KENTUGKY IRISH AMERICAN. COMING EVENTS. on i fiid r -- entered at th Loutivllle Poetolilce to tin KENTUCKY Second-Cla- St. CecSUa HalL St. Paul's Club. AMrtti All Conmuftlcattons IRISH AWEKICAH. 319-32- 1 Witt tibtrty StrMt 7 social of church, Pleaauro IUdgo Park, at St. Helen's Commercial Pre-Lent- en February $' j gfWATS (ffim) aJUNCjL. W building St. Louis Bertrond church debt and fundi, February 8 Pre-Lent- en social of n"J.rr :j?a f afternoon and LOUISVILLE, KY I)E VALKIU. SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1921 assumption of the would-b- e dictators. Support steadfastly De Valera, Arthur Griffith and Dall Eireann, the chosen repre- centatives of the Irish people, who know what they want, and who will Pal Dougherty left Sunday to accomplish their patriotic and holy spenu some time in unicaga. Mtss Mary Timoney, of Danville, national aspirations viBlted friends at Prestonla lart Irish-Americ- i SOGIETV James Price has returned from a Another appeal to the American v's't to his brother, Bernard Price, Red Cross to come to the .relief of at ew Hone- tho sufferers in Cork has been sent i1 n Mrf- "!0,hn IcAteef J?ft Wadnes- f"Mia i1.ta on , by the officials of that city. The r n message persists in requesting the jug Katherlno P. Watben ar-American Red Cross to come and rived this week from St Louis to declines to accept a British sub'tl- - spend sometime in Louisville. MrMcCloy, of Clifton, line tute. Great Britain, says the mes- ' Mrs!' Karl DaSe, is waging a diabolical war on tho Irish people regardless of ago Forrest or sex and it waa u,p. to the Amerl- Mi83 A1,co u Hollenbach. who has can organization to come or to de- - been home during the holidays, re- dine. It may bo remembered that turned to Nazareth Academy on when the first ajipeal came to this slnda'country immediately after tho burn- - ,M'SS Catherine McDormott return- mB of the city, the American organ- - where aho' Is student at St. Mary's (zation referred tho matter to the School. e British branch for Inve tlgatlon. ' Mre. J. A. McDermott, ples. then knew what to expect, ville, has been spending a few days The report of the British officials. ;lth ?lr.9- w- w- LewI' ChokM UJ. l HKWA11K OF l'ltOI'AOAXDA. which was published the other day, I Mrs. S. D. Thompson, Prestonla, no relief was needed' in entertained at dinner Sunday If Is now certain that Eamoon De stated that That was a part of the play. Ing In honor 'of Mr. and Mrs. Leland Valera, President of the Irish ReLallaghan. Of course, nothing else could bo public, has oludad the British Gov- rlnnA-ljih irirnnirnHnn nn.ior rirttJ. lAinthur Angomiar lias returned to ernment splos and landed in Ire-- 1 ,.... . , Notre Dame, South Bend, Ind., ., ...... ... , .. u.o uc.uDiauuu ui yfeittog h.8 parents. Mr. and after Mrs. land How he accompli hed tho feat Cork was done under British dlrec- - Harry Angemiar. Is h s own secret nnd that of his Tho report deceived no one Miss Ellzaboth Kitstes, Highland close friends. Roports from Eng- tlon. who knew the svstem that ha been Park, hss returned from tho land state that he spent a least two Hospital, where she under- In Ireland. Will the dajs In Manchester and conferred went an opernt'on. , ?lf mcfce Tr n n I li? v "f ni M pass- American Red Cross heed tho call with Irish loaders in tUe holidays with Mr. and ing thence to Ireland. What offect for relief from Cork? Wo are frank who to say that we do not hope that It Mrs. B. S. Mafctingly, havo rot unfed , landing there will have on tho will. It will spend lavishly to to- - to school at Rodollo. situation is problematical. The True M; KaMileen Dant and brother, Hove distress. in other parts' of tho' Voice advices its roaders to distrust Dant. are home froim Now world i.nt not In And Edwin whor? t, vlglte(, tUe,r gV a'l roports legardlng his policy and his relations with other Irish lead- this because the British Government ter jjra- c. W. Bowling, M'ss .Genevieve Heffarnan, who ers. There is propaganda at work. does not want that djstross relieved. in spent everal weeks with her Is not surprising to read In the That Government is engaged It in Ireand and It wants onts- Mr- 'anl Mrs- J- p- Heffornan, dis;iotchos that members of the Dall has returned to Detroit. Eirann are not pleased at his return all tho suffering possible to be ,n., Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Nalley, of flicted on the people. And the neuohel. Ky.. have Juat returned to Ireland. This of course is propaganda, pure and Ismple. The men American Red Cross Is subservient from a visit to Now York City, where they were the guests of their wuo wrote tliat dispatch nau no enough to British wishes to r In that heartless work, means of knowing how. the members M'ss C"hl" ha8 return1 The second appeal from Cork will of Dall Eirann felt about the matto Sacred Heart Academy after go unanswered, because to answer spending ter. But it served tho British pur the holidays with her par-- it would givo away the secret of ents. Mr. and Mn?. W. S. Cahill. pose to have it appear that De HIU. Valera' return wasnot welcomed In British control of the organization. Crescent Miss Mary Kate Cotter ihas return Ireland, was enough. De That ed to Sacred Heart Academy after ORPHAN SOCIETY REPORT. Valera Is the duly elected President spending the Christmas holidays of the Irish Republic- - tho chosen The annual report of President with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John loader of Ireland In her fight for In- John Tabo and Installation of offi- Cotiter, at Shelbyville. last Miss dependence. That Is the sufficient cers marked the meeting Sunday of week toJuliana Aswan returned NazNazareth Academy at St. Josd-ih'- s answer to .propaganda dispatches. report showed Ornhan Society. JCho areth, Ky., after spending tho holi- that the passing of Wo do not expect any radical 1920 found, the institution free."0 wlUl lier parents. Ur. Bernard changes to be made in the policy from lebt and starting the new year Asman ana jirs. Asman. ursued by Irish patriots by Do wit'h a balance on hand double that ' Miss Berdie GreenwelJ has return-o- f last year. The President's report ed to Cedar Grove Academy, after .Valera. He has beqp in close touch also called holidays festlvl- - spond'ng itho Christmas attention with the situation there all during t'es and celebrations to the on at wfth her parents, Mr. and Mr, Rob-th- e carried stay in America, and ho knows his home during the year and es- - ert Green well, New Haven, the measures best suited to meet the pecially spoke of (the annual picnic. Louisville people visiting In Now the tactics of the enemy. Ireland trusts which netted The society, lit said. York the pa, week wore Mrs. A. L. $13,7.08. SC. Joseph's Sew-- 1 Ross, Mrs. A. him and the friends of Ireland in ing Society, underStdirection of Its Conrad, Miss Nellie Hoagland, T. G., McShane. James G. America can trust Mm to do what rres:ieni, .Mrs. uernartl Stoesser, ' Ra1?ly. Frank Bennett, J. L. Phy-o.s Karnien;ciur'ng is best for the cause. That Is all inii uio Jihlan, W. F. Hart and N. T. Ilawls. vear. the report sa'd PresldentX ,. n,, ,. w,,,, ,rAa they can require or expect. uwutukj vwMti tva ' uu ii Kiaieu ai uiere were n noum.e tho uia i engagement of their me insuiuuon .lanuafy fi11i.f-- . aii Ttnu-- Knnn. o cii'iuren ai SHAMEFUL MEASL'RILS. e 1. 1020woro admitted Charles V. Slehel. The weddlnc 'e,re .T" wttl Vxe January 19 and will The rvithniin Telegraph, deplor-- leased, children In bo an ev'ent ol mucn ,ntorQit ln among those who ho,me January' 1, 1921. A gol Catholic society circles. Ing division badge of honor for fifty years' ser should support the Irish Republic, Miss Ermagaule Knebelkamp and vice as a .memoer of the society w In Its last Issuo gavo expression to to Wathon Knebelkami returned to have been presented to Antho their studie Saturday after spendtho following: Schwleters at this meeting, but o ing the holidays with their parents, Notwlth'tanding the fact that the ing to his illness the people of Ireland have reaffirmed was hastened and the badge fa Mr. and Mrs. W. fc F. Knebelikaimp. Miss a student at St. their faith in President De Valera given to him December 23, one day Mary Knebelkamp of the Woods, Indiana, formally-- and publicly; and notwith- before his death. Diplomas tor Mrs. Jesse JJoono announces the years' service in the 6 standing the other fact that they twenty-fiv- e havo formally and publicly repu- doty were presented to Michael marriage of her daugluter, Miss Otte, George Catherine T. Boone, to .C ,F. John-Fodiated the attempted domination of Olr 'ftrich. Frank of New York. The wedding the Irish Republic's cause by the Rnuch, Joseph Stourole, George politi- Sprlngman, Joseph Zeller, F. A. took place at St Louis Bortrand professional cians o( our Eastern States, the mis- Crush. John Heer. John Hofellch, chinch, the Rev. Father Lyons ofguided friends of Cohalan, Devoy A. M. Schneider. Theodore Brum-lev- ficiating. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson C. H Buddoke, John SIls and left Immediately ifor New York, and Company are continuing their where they will make their home. opposition to Iroland's chosen repre- Wllfom Block. sentative, and are resorting to deFl'XERALS OF SOLDIERS. spicable measures to disci edit him TAKES LOUISVILLE IIRIDK. at home and abroad. Everyone who Louisville heroes who died Saturday morning at St Louis on Irish affairs Is at all posted while in the service of their knows that De Valera's whole heart Bentrand's church Miss Anna Ryan, and soul is in the cause of Ireland; damchter of Mrs Katherhie S. Ryan, country during ''he World War, and that he loves the Emerald Isle and 1234 South Brook ritreet, became whdse ibbd'es arrived here tho last her people better than all else ln the bride of John Fioersh. a well of the past week, were buried with the world; and that he would will- known resident of Narjhvllle. The military honors under the auspices ingly, gladly, proudly sacrifice his nuptial mass took iilace at 7:30 of Jefferson Pent of Mia American very life for Erin's freedom. The Veterans of Foreign The o'clock, when Monsignor Joseph Legion. President of Ireland is a man whose FAoersh, brother of the Kroom and Wars also assisted In. tho Integrity is abovG even a breath of nrlvato secretary to Cardinal John suspicion, whose sympathy for the Bonzano. Arostollc Delegate to the Funeral services for Henry A. suffering Gaols Is as protund as it J UnJtod States, performed tho cere- Groenwald, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. d mony, which was witnessed by a Henry A. Greenwald, 1220 Logan is sacred. And yet, friends of Ireland, sneaking, ser- targe gathering of relatives and efcroet, were held at St Vincent de vile satellites of a certain clique, friends. A wedding breakfast was PaifJV church Saturday morning. Sunday oitternoon the funeral of whose loyalty to the Government of tionved at the home of the bride's the United atStes was strongly un- mother, after wh'ch the counle left Edward T. HiissJe, son of Mr., anld der suspicion during the World on their honeymoon trip. Monsig Mrs. F. P Husslo, 2G24 Soutlh Third War, are rushing to the press with nor Fioersh Is a native of Nashville, street, was hold from Holy Namo resolutions calculated to alienate but eitudiod nbroad. and because of church, members of the American 1l ffnm tilm Mia frlnrwlaliln nf his knowledge of foreign languages Lesion and veterans of Foreign American people, and to undermine and his recoenbed ability was an Wahs acting as. pallbearers. He is him in the faith and devotion of the pointed to the Papal delegation at survived by his parenth. a brother, William D. Hussie. and a sister, Miss irisn people. Tney are trying io Washington, D. C, Margaret Hues'. maKo it appear mat ue vaiera is DEATH A SHOCK, not sincere: that he Is heartlessly Marines and former Marines anted unnioved liy the suffering In Ire-- 1 News that Fount Kramer, former as paM ibearera Tuesday morlng at laud; that "e 4s unwilling to use Secretary of tho Kentucky State the funeral of Private Martin, P. wtoo was fatally wounded while money in his hands to relieve that Fair, had died on Tuesday at "Oh, the diabolical malice vana, Where he wna stricken w'ith a fighting with the The Inexpressible hemorrhage, was a great ehook to Company of the Fifth Regiment, of these men! n harm they are doing to Ireland's his legion of friends In Lou'svMJe United States Marines, on the How they are aiding Eng-'acause! front. The body arrived Sun Urn ughout the Sta.o, With, his land ia her effort to delude the viriij he was srendtag fhe winter in day, cons' tmed to His (father, Patrick world Into believing her declaru'io Cubs, taking a rest for the first Faihev, 703 East Broadway, ho is that "the Irish can not agree upon time in number of Years. Ho was he first Marine to be relntonred 1n only a non of Charles Kremor, former Louisvllde. There is they want," on reasonable "way for the frleads Whrfm8ter, jaaul leaves a wide cir-The funeral was hold Tuesday t, to aid her cause. Stand cle of friend Charles Borromeo nd relatives' who moraln of the mourn hte kwttu Th remain will chttroh, lier. Raffo coaduot-in- g for the Irian people. Refuae to tolerate the be brought here for burial. lite sd'JwiMi obeequlee. - The return of President De Valera (o Ireland at this particular time shows a courage worthy of the hero of Mount street. For It Is not ar rest and imprisonment that tho President df tho Irish Republic has to fear,' but death at the hands of any one of L'oyd George's armed cutthroats who may recognize him. This deed of daring on his part should do much to silence the crlti- clam of the Irish President which pensons who are not willing- to take any of the risks which tho Irish movement entails 'on its true lead- ers are too ready to indulge in At all events, should stand shoulder to shoulder for the recognition of the Irish Republic, peoplo for surely freedom-lovin- g who enjoy the b'.es ,ing of political llborty themselves would bo untrue to their own principles if they failed to do their part to have those prin- cl'ples applied to less favored peoIrish-America- ns I'AIIT OF PLAY. week. (J"i p'.i'iw. j - daef ) - REASONS WHY ARE SEVEN ADVANTAGES of an invest HERE in the Seven Per Cent. Preferred Stock of the Louisville Gas and' Electric Company of Kentucky: ety Barbour-Everyon- - - - 41 I even-Cor- k. ,, .. . cc9 ed that-city- i gpt I 1 hi-- ti..,i backed by eightV'two years of consistent returns to the investor by the issuing and predecessor com- - I panies. ,( .i,' st - - - - - daugh-nogatlve- ly 2"'Dividends payable by check, mailed every ninety days No inconvenieces, delays or expense of collection. Tax exempt in Kentucky. Federal income tax. f ;3 Dividends free of normal 4-I- a sharekolder wants to convert his stock into cash the Company will handle resales at nominal expense. I 5 -- I t "Protection against loss, destruction, or theft by registration of every share. of definite, permanent income. No maturity date to cause the problem of reinvestment at whatever interest rates may then prevail. To retire stock, Company must pay $115 a share. rr-- .l lu-i- a a 1 n. - forty-thre- I IT i I .y pre-entati- t" n. 7"'A home investment, with property, offices and officers close at hand. Ask Our Investment Department For Complete InformatiBn Irish-Americ- an e. over-rea- 's cere-moTLie- s. coif-style- Louisville Gas and Electric Company (Incorporated in Kentucky)' , 31.1 West Chestnut Street Fa-he- y, rtorty-pevent- h Telephones Main or City 2182 Cham-nUis- at lrlnd of t Fthr soawtfaDiTOJBrsr Marking a Progressive Step in Its xxtxm&c ,dfcCB?jxoAJr Sevcnty-lwYears of Uninterrupted Morning Daily MACARONI Newspaper Service o EGG NOODLES SPAGHETT THE LOUISVILLE ANZEIGER Vam mens Ni$;s408W.MARKET furnishings ST.f$ J Announces a Change to a Combined A. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. PENDENNIS 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. HHHHHHHHHHHHHH lite. AFTERNOON DAILY asd Drs. Harrison and Strasshurg we We Make a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry, Uso All Modern Appliances In the Elimination df Pain. 4jjavv fij "j Opens Savings Account at the Largest and Oldsst Bank in the State. & National BanK of KentucKy FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. 1 IHTATTITT SUNDAY MORNING NEWSPAPER Commencing Monday, January 17, 192L LOUISVILLE ANZEIGER COMPANY INCORPORATED Phono City 4C03 Phone City 4593 ' LEWIS DOUGLAS MORTON " TTI Tin TTTrtTHlTTT IllllirWII TO BAT IN A Incorporated THE HOUSE OF QUALITY AND QUANTITY Variety of not Dishes, Pastry, Homo Made Pics, Cakes, Meata 219 SOUTH FIFTH STREET Ib Middle of Square PRICES REASONABLE Standard Dairy Lunch House EXCELLENT COFFEE 004 SOUTH FOURTH f HUBER HAND STOKER 25 PER CENT. COAL SAVING. Combustion Engineering and Furnace Repairing City 838 1 521-2- 3 9 i st STREET $ Near Broadway PROMPT SERVICE A Live Issue In aLive City. Live Louisville' must meet the same issue in solving its transportation problem that other live cities have met. - COURT PLACE Main 10CO Horn CORNS.BUNIONS ttjriwttg Mi Abiwrmil Nails Ira jronr boy an tducatiom taat will prepare thorn for life SclHtlfkilty TntM Uliilsv W Litsey 113 Uriah W. Broadway, Soulsrille, JCy. Chiropodist Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers. Classical, and Scientific Business 507 Courses, Preparatory Department, Large v&fh. r ,5V, Swimming' Pool, well Equipped Gym,3ibBmM Stark Balldlnt nasium. Terms moderate. ywfuraniurn1! niTjy Dr. Z. St. Xavier's College Ja for Front and Rt eForS ComnuT' clalCcrs. Phone, City 4300 Cumb. Phone, Main 3580-- A IISssl! SHOCK ABSORBERS '.'(I Joseph Hubbuch Si. & Son Dealers In m That issue is: Efficient service with a fluctuating fare Or fluctuating service with a fixed fare. m Scrxice Station and Liberty WALL PAPER AND RUOS 1120-112- fcssfH "L' f' KY. HASSLER City 2712 SALES CO. 3J73 On FALLS CITY HALL BLDG.. 8 WEST MARKET ST. f Both Pbo?es Bro. Benjamin, Dlr. Phones. Main OAKI rornltnre, Diamond! and other Property at Lowest Bates la Elty PEOPLE'S PROVIDEKT ASSOCIATION- Tax-on- al Weekly Savings Club START ONE THIS MONTH WITH THE Watch Crystals Fitted 20o Watch and Jewelry Repairing The Radius Jewelry Shop 408 SOUTH FOURTH AVE. South Louisville Bank Fonrth and Ccntrul Avenue CALL US FOR The live citizens of 539 other live cities have decided that a fixed fare is a relic of the past, that the kind of service they' get is. the vital thing in their street car problem, and that, to get this service, the fare must be periodically revised. Believing in the policy of "live and let live," these live cities have changed fares to meet changed costs of maintenance and operation. They accepted higher fares for their street car riding, because they recognized the fact that increased revenue is necessary to preserve a service as vital to their community as blood circulation is to the human body. They decided the issue in the light of their own best interests. 'Live public sentiment everywhere knows that adequate service demands an adequate fare. This is the issue Live Louisville must meet. Home 'Shaw. 105 Cumb. West 295 SIMON P0NTRICH S. Next to Rex Theater Open Evenings Until 0 FLORIST Cut Flowers, Designs, Plants Twenty.eighth and Greernwood, Incorporated 203 COLEMAN BUILDINa E. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON P. M. -- 1 Oil and Grease VOH ALL PURPOSES Home Phone, City 7804 Cumb. Phone, West 412-- W Frank Hartman & Sons HOUSE PAINTERS AND DEC ORATORS 1800 WEST MARKET STREET Residence Phone Shawnee 122-- J SECURITY & LOAK OO In oorpo rated. A. Lazar, Manager Money Advanced on Your Plain itou GLOBE DR. A. H. EDWARDS EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT GLASSES ADJUSTED SUITE 218 FRANCIS BUILDING STS. FOURTH AND CHESTNUT Phone City 4720 Hours 9 to 5, 7 to 8 p. m El FRED. C. LOEMKER rt' Kentucky Consumers Oil Company Kentucky Louisville FOURTH AND O STS JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED . THE VERY BEST stabllshed 1820 - Louisville, K; OFFICE OUTFITTERS PRINTER STATIONERS STORAGE OF AUTOMOBILES NIGHT AND DAY. JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURn MOVING AND PAOKDiO MC S80 South Twenty-Stxtf- e dhawnee 1986 West 1J4 LONG DISTANCE HAULTNa EPPING'S , SOFT DRINKS Rubber and Paper Stock 812 West Jefferson Streat (Second Floor) Homo Phone City 2967. We Bay Rags, Scrap Iron, Metals, M ui SEE POOLEY FOR MONBY. Kentucky-Indian- a Automotive Go. Loans to those having regular In or salary, with no publicity Broadway nt First. Homo Tel. 3063 tomes tape. Loans to housokeopen r red a their personal security. Shoes For Every Member of the & R. POOLEY, Family Bsqm 1, Courier-JournBuilding Home Phono 3906 415 S. Fourth Street. al General Repair Work, Cleaning and Polishing. JAMES P. BARNES, President iLouisville Railway Company. INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE WASTE MATERIAL 00. WEST JEFFERSON ST. Homo Phone, City 1109 - KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE -- -001-00- Hxk RalM, Pres. J. O. Jooobi, Sec and ru 3 OO. L. GRAUMAN Incorporated FRED FEIGE & SON UNION MADE SHOES AND SLIPPERS 431 EAST MARKET STREET KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE Home Phone, Shawnee 803 SINGER Sewing Machines FACTORY AT PRICES. City 0059 Daler RECENT DEATHS. Many friends and relatives mourn the death of Mrs. Bertha Goldman Owen, 2120 West Jefferson street, whoso funeral took place Monday morning from Sacred Heart church. Mns. Owen was (the widow of John Ow'ien and is survived by a daughter, OMEGA CLEANING, DYEING, Store bio wxst KAxar STmaa? Home Phone, Ctty 1811 la JUl Unas of 9ttlt tut Plxtare, SafM, Oaah JUgU- ar, Sbow Cajaa, Ootuttan, Bhelrtzg, sto. TRY BORGMAN'S CHILE SOFT DRINKS, CIGARS, ETO. 1000 WEST BROADWAY City 4640 Cumb. West 936C Cumb., Main 490 Home, City 4990 & HENRY GOSS ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING REPAIR WORK. Mrs. Nellie Broderick. Prop's, All work called for and delivered. PRESSING . JOHN ASSENT PIANO TUNER 1020 EAST BURNETT AVENUE Home Phone, City 8398 PARRAKEET Mineralwater & Grocery Company Incorporated FOR TnE BENEFIT OF TOUR KIDNEYS DRINK PARRAKEET MINERAL WATER Parkway 405 i Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted Asphalt Shingles a Spoeclalty 2011 WEST BROADWAY THE SHEPPARD Incorporated MFG. Both Phones 2406 REUTLINGER & CO. Adolph Reutllnger FIItE INSURANCE LIABILITY AND PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET TORNADO, H.B033R&SON Funera! Directors and EmbaSmers. Telephone 10212 . OOO eW I. BROADWAY vvWtvvWWMvwwv aOMJtf PHONE 88 AND EMBALMERS. J. J. BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1 Besides her husband lira Liobert leaves two sons, August and William STEEL AND IRON WORKERS Liobert, 1612 WEST MAIN STREET 542 E. JEFFERSON ST REETL Lena andand two daughter, Misses Margaret Liebert. Home Phone, City 577 Funeral services for Sylvester Doyle, STRICTLY FRESH veteran fire fighter and LOUISVILLE, KY. highly e teemed resident of ithis Forglngs and Fire Escape Steam city, were held Wednesday morning Apparatus Our Specialty from St. Charles church, Rev. Father Raffo officiating. For twenty-seve- n JOHN B. O'LEARY A OO. years he was an engineer and tieaaquaers for With the Tange of the retired because of 'ill health. B.Ho Istt survived by bis widow, Mrs. AND PROPERTY CITY FARM Doyle: three eons, Ganrett, Ocean James and John Doyj'le; 'three daugih-frerSee us about anything In real Mrr. William Palmer and FRESH SHIPMENTS state. We sell, buy and rent. Misses Helen, and Mary Agnes Doyle, 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. RECEIVED DAILY and a brother, William Doyle. Borne Phone City' 4464 William Burke, a veteran of the Try Our Celebrated fire department, ended a long and faithful service when, he d.'ed TuesChas. 8. JCrapp R. A. Xrapp Bay State Haddock day morning of heart trouble. For Home Phone, City 7005 over half a. century he had. .been a Finnan Haddies we'll known and popular rea'dent of KRAPP'S MEAT MARKET Ocean Salmon LfOiit&Vftle. He is survived by one Wholesale and Retail son, Frank P. Burke, 02G Ghiarle3 HEALTHFUL street, and .two (brothers, Alexander BEEP, FORK, VSAJi AWD SAJCB Burke, Louisville, and Patrick NUTRITIOUS All Xlnda of Smoked Meats Burke, Chicago. His funeral 203 EAST JEFFERSON STREET ECONOMICAL lare ThureKJay morning from took St. Patrick's dhurch. wihlch was lilled his friends BAY STATE FISHING CO. .with department. and member of the fire CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971.y j Wholesale and Retail. UNITY OCTAVE. . Monday morning the funeral of home. Mrs. Ida Llebort, We repair any sewing machine. Oarl Liebont, Southbeloved wife of LpuisVIle, itook CO. place from Holy NanJo church, of J. C. DORSEY & CO. which she was a devout member. Easy terms. Phone us tor free Mrs. Mary Owen Nobbe, trial on our 1920 model in your grandson, Edward Nobbe. and u , Hats cleaned and blocked. "All we ask is a trial." PALACE CLEANERS Incorporated EXPERT CLEANERS AND GENTLEMEN'S DYERS OF LADIES' WEARING 426 E. CALDWELL Phone City 1419. ST. City 6910 Res., Shawnoe 1863-- L APPAREL ARTHUR H. ROHMANN, Manager S. W. Cor. Third and "Walnut Sta. City 866 Sullivan Transfer Co. Incorporated C. City 11S4. V OCEAN FISH Cor-bo- KECO rtjV W City Elevator and Warehouse Hay, Grain and Feeds UAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORBt? The Homo of "Quality Feeds" A.U Kinds ot Footwear For the Whole Family Two HAMBLY'S iOth and Portland. 18th and Magazine GENERAL TRANSPORTATION, TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND "HAYRDDE PARTIES" 1129 WEST MAIN STREET West 866 Oscar Farmer & Sons s, jkrfl Gm4 part bar M fi. tMtHMttiJxkmK b Tn. mi a JL IMtmnt. tor aB V MKouta CO. X rw Store Shaw. 1714 City 71J 122 N. FOURTH ST. AND 213 N. FIFTEENTH ST. Thirty-tw- o m ur nak r f mAUtoo. n Years Ought To Be ficient Guarantee For My Knowledge and Integrity Give Mo Suf- NATIONAL HATTERS 826 WEST If It's For Sale a Call JEFFERSON STREET 214 PINE VARBLE REALTOR AND AUCTIONEER LOUISVILLE TRUST BLDG. Designs & Estimated Furnished I LIBERTY BLOW Manufacturers and Erectors of OUST COLLECTING SYSTEM We Make a Specialty ot Pipe Work for HEATING & VENTILATING 644 EAST JEFFERSON ST. LOUISVILLE, KY. Mechanical WORKS PIPE Air Engineers DYERS AND CLEANERS CALL FOR AND DELIVER Home Phone, City 1981 Both Phones I 224 West Jefferson Street Opposite Jefferson Theater City 9010 JOHN &? B. RATTERMAN ft A As is well known, the Unity Octave begins on tlhe ChaJlr of Peter, January 18, and continued to the Conversion of St. Raul, January 25. iGRAN W.SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. iixjm Funeral :xa'stMee)oaf 3 WVVLVtMVw THOMAS KEEN AN 1529 WEST MARKET STREET e 3S2JS Eo.st: JCdirx FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 WEST MARKET West Phones 1 STREET Shawnee 1243. Cumberland 179. SOUTH'S RAD RECORD. Oitr Uaia eo- - Fuubrnl Director and Embalnier tl7.7U H. OnWTNUT LocnsviLij. Ki. During 1920 there were sixty-on- e lynchlngs In the United States, of which fifty-tw- o were In the South and nine in tho North and West. The States maintaining the had rec- Catholics. ord tor the South are Texas with January 24 Oomvers'on of the ten, Geprgia nine, Alabama seven, Jews. Florida seven, Mississippi seven and , January 25 Feast Convere'on of Georgia nine lynchlngs. These , St. Paul; missionary 'conquest ot the Stales can also boast greatest hos- worm. tility to immigration and Catholic doctrine, Only one case marred LEMONS. Kentucky's record. In the North ofLemons are antlbllipus and a preficers ot the law prevented ten ventive tor Hwlarhi. Physicians jn lynchlngs and in the South the European eowitrk pertUe .Wmon number reached forty-siThe col- cure' tor rtHNHwaitaa. TUm cure to ored victims totaled flftyjthree and pId to) be vry uayWwwt, Jmt t- the whites eight. . x. plenary indulgence, under the usual conditions, is granted on the fin t and1 last days of ithe octave, and other indulgences during the remaining days. The 'intentions for the eight days are as .follow: January 18 Feast of St. Peter'a Chair: return of the "other siheep," JawiBlrv 19 Return olf Oriental separatists. January 20 Submission of Anglicans to Christ's V'car. January 21 Return of European Prote'rtants. January 22 Catholic unity tor all American Christians. January 23 Return of all lapsed WM. P. BANNON CONTRACTING PLASTERER ' BROOK AND BLOOM City 8380 Cumb, S. 164 Director and Embalmed BOTH PHONES 810. I SOL THEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS, HOLY NAME RALIA. Tomorrow morning at 'tha 7 30 o'clock mass the Holy Nairn o Society of St. Louis Bortrand parish, In ac- uaMXe t H1HI i 1 11 t 8 1 Mt HJI111I1 Hi I HM lare. cordance with Us traditional custom, will receive holy communion a a body. Staunch, true, toaifless of criticism and glorying .in tho name of OaWiollc, the example of ithede men is a. atern 'rebuke to tho spirit y ot the times, to lukewarm, or manual Catholics, wflxo are doing more than all the atheists in the world from tho.flrst dawn 6f Christianity Ao the present time to tear down the Divine Name of Jesus Christ. Their splendid demonstration is sure 'to react upon men at luallf-wa- DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTT! 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Funeral Directors Cumb. Alain 4 I ii!)US- H- and . Embalmers 0 Hacae City ooth 1 . Ffi027H;. H( H 30t & T. H"M"H"I-H"H"t"- !.. t..M-1'H'H- 't I 'i fV v , "ti&S&k " JbCJBJSiC'jrJ '" v -I ?.. Y U XtitfaYW. l6 Ml tMWMWMt INCORPORATED i MMMMt I'M r Ji' if f ftf f ijBACimasQH1 " HERMAN STRAUS rouftm Avsmie SONS MARKET STRHTT J r iNcawo&ireo We Qive and Redeem Qeld Trad In Stampa. t We Qive and Redeem Surety Coupens. ' DO YOU KNOW ASOU7 OUR BOYS' SUITS 1 x I HOUSEHOLD CLUB Payments, PLAN? of Purchasing A Convenient and Dignified Method Household Kequitements on uejerrea I I $10 Delicious Doughnuts Tnaanaa The oRtstaadlag featmree et thle method are any Ha ceareaieace fat aaaktas Bmrchaeee withoat eeaaiderable eatlay of cuh. Ike advantage el baying a the Clab Pla daring ear TftrioM aalea FRIGES, vnu&erw U the price of the AT F goode to a CMh or a charge easterner, that to ale the price to a Heaeeheld Clab Plaa eaetomer. advance. There to peaitlrely There ere Be "eeelldeHtUl arrangements." U to eeadacted apoa as ope baato with a fixed aehedale e ratea. The flrat payment aad the Monthly payment are the aame to an. the better kind made with i J siidrtv rniiPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS 1 mMWWM4MMW1 i High Class t urniture AT LOWfcbl rKiv-K.3. i flFLOUR DOUGHNUT RECIPE 1 1 IIBISTOS 1 1 1 BB 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 finished. I SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW THE mate-terial- s, $10 i for this Coffee. This is the best Coffee for the price on the market. Give us a trial. pinch salt pinch nutmeg cup sour milk or cream cup sugar Coffee Prices Lower Wo offer our excellent Nowrt-- ff)K lbs. forVl0 Blend Coffee, 2 Tliis means only another decrease over tho old price j 1-- 2 Carpets, Stoves and Ranges, Lace Curtains and Linoleums. Is used, ono level tenspoon porta In milk, nntl ono of shortenOne teaspoon baking powder in Arlstos Flour. Flour for stiff hatter, that you will have to scrap from spoon. Sweet or sour mill; may ho used. ing. If milk iljAMES GREENE An i JOHN M. MULL0Y 212 WEST MAItKET STREET. Both Phones 1323 Established 1888 Tfitt Txide-Mar- k on Evtty Sack X4U ' iie artA A1Q Et Market St. JOHN H. SHINE & COMPANY, DISTRIBUTORS - i LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK Por Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a total deposit of more than $13,000,000, is the monument of confidence bnilt by the people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. SWISS CLEANING-- OF- MEN'S SUITS With Minor Repairs Free SaVes Buying. TTTTn KXIGHTS AND LEGION. ASK FOR UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed. Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. HOOVEF Electric Suction Sweeper IT BEATS AS IT SWEEPS AS IT CLEANS SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS INCORPORATED Office 017 Soath Fourth. Plant 009 South Sixth. tions of veterans. The Uos Angeles WHOLESOME Tidings, In last weelcs's issue, had the following on tho subject 230 WEST JEFFERSON SAFE. "The San Francisco Monitor reMake your home hospitable and attracMain 113 marks that the (riroposal of tho City 98s of tive this winter by the the addition Knlghta of Columbus to erect a $5,000,000 memorial Jiomo for the attractive and correct lighting. American Legion ds not meeting with an enthusiastic reception anyJ50RTABLES, FLOOR LAMPS, LIGHTING FURNITURE where, evon from the members of the Legion itself. It suggests that the direct use of this money for the PROTECTED FROM benefit of disabled soldiers would be more profitable. With this opinion INOORPORA.THSJ wo heartily agree. There are all kinds of disintegrating Influences at City 897 C28 WEST JEFFERSON Main 1800 Eastern Ky. Block, $10.50 work in the Legion, and many of proposals put forth by of Crystal Electric Washer and Wringer. Universal Farm Lighting Plants. Easte-Ky. Mine Run $8.50 tho members are not likely,some the in its Cleans by Air Alono. long lta permaWestern Ky. Lump, $8.75 nency. run, to make for soldiers are Phono Us For a Demonstration. But the disabled young men, They Western Ky. Nut, $8.25 with us. them, are spite of and HARVEY-JELL1- C0 many of In their wounds, will live out long lives. Then, too, the sufferings which fol(INCORPORATED) Incorporated Coal Co. low in the wako of war will conGeo. Miller, 333-33- 5 WEST MAIN ST. tinue to afflict millions of The Company With the Coal and the Service. for years to come. With Elevator and Yards City 135 Main all tho misery in tho world today it Yards located at Fifteenth and Magnolia. Yard at First and Twenty-Sixt- h and Howard does seem that reconsideration of and Payno Streets. their offer hy the Knights would Yard and Eleyator, Pope West 049 Shawnee 11 redound to tho greater lienor of Both Phones at AW 3 ards. -tho organization, and to a more ef. fective account of tho stewardship 11 PLATE $20.00 Which, the order assumed when it 0 VOIT Famous Diamond Block and $88.00 0 VOLT 18 PLATE undertook, and brilliantly accomRogers Bros. Block, tho Coal plished, Its great mission in the 12 VOLT 7 PLATE $30.00 for Stoves and Furnace. dark days of the war." Wholesale and Retail. F. O. B. Detroit There Is much truth in tho foreCity 2028 South 2400 going brief discussion of the sub That's All For Two Year ject, adds the Indiana Catholic Of uncondiNORTON BUILDING course it was a, fino thought of tho The only battery guaranteed tionally for two years. Instead of "adjustKnights to place In the nation's capment," you get a new battery! thus elimi- N. W. Cofner Fourth and Jefferson ital a momorial of the heroic Amernating all repair work. ican soldiers wftlch would be endur MISSIONARY PHYSICIAN. ing, but ito our mind it would have Yoa Can't Bara It Up Yob Can't PJIOPOSED BV CARDINAL. been wise not to confine the gift to Overstrain It The. value of tho medical unit Is one particular organization of the SERVICE AT Cardinal Gibbons has iproposed a soldiers. That mistake If mistake becoming very day more apparent memorla.1 to "Babe" Ruth, cham- it was baa aroused much discus- in Catholic missionary work, and it that tho pion home run hitter, .Instead of ac- sion among the veterans of tho war is encouraging to note Chinese Mission Society of Omaha, cepting a similar honor himself. In generally. Neb., is making a good beginning 4S5 SOUTH THIRD STRBET, LOUISVILLE, KT. a letter from his sick bed, In Baltiin this direction. Tho latest addi WOMEN ELECT. more, read Sunday at a meeting of Keatacky and SoaUiera Indiana Distributors for tion to tho ranks of this young orthe .Supreme Board of Directors of Main 699 or City 8226 The Ladles' Auxiliary, A. O. H ganization comes in tho person of the Knights of Columbus, the Cardinal urged that St. Mary'a 'Indusr of Now Alibany, which numbers in Dr. Robert F. Francis, of New Ortrial School of Baltimore, which its membership many at the most leans. Dr. Francis sailed for China Ruth once attended and whJch. re- active and prominent Catholic wo- on December 29, and is proceeding ., Mh Pre. Hi Trta. P. MMttt. . art BMMM, rmtfMt cently was destroyed by lire, 'be re- men of the city, iBaat week elected Immediately to Han Yang, where he placed by the Ruth School for De- the following officers for tho en- will work with the priests of the Mrs. Catherine Atz, Chinese Mission 'In the districts unpendent and Wayward Boys. Broth- suing term: er Paul, head of the institution, in- President; Mrs. Lily Winn, Vice der their care. Dr. Francis was formed tho directors that the citi- President; Miss Charlotte Smith, born at South Bend, Ind., and eduzens of Baltimore had proposed to Treaeuror; Miss Mayr Egan, Finan- cated at Notre Dame University. He ; Sewer Calvert Use, erect a now Cathedral In honor of cial Secretary; Miss Mary Burke, took his degree in medicine at the American University, Chicago, and - -- " --; tho Cardinal, but that he suggested Recording Secretary; Mrs. E. raieai jieaa np Mistress at Arms; Mna. C. Is also a graduate of tho Boston their efforts bo diverted to rebuildWall Capiat, Brala T1U, Yltrliaa Irlelt, ing the school. "The unparalleled Piers, Sentinel, and Mrs. Mayme CoUege of Physicians and Surgeons. Fira Brie work which the Knights of Colum- Husson, Chairman of Standing Com- Ho has beoni largely identified with fin leading medical institutions throughbus accomplished in war daya," mittee. Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Taf . Grata aaa out tho country, particularly char wrote" Cardinal Gibbons, "and which ANOTHER. COUNCIL. itable ones, being lor a long time will go down, in American church OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. physician' and surgeon to the Red history as Its brightest page, prob MAfN S07f Catholic men of Springfield are Cross. His promdnence in medical PHONES CITY ably mAkes it a target for many i of the circles as a close student of his pro money schemes of every descrlptioni. organizing a ihv emi Miath am M..-l- i. mmi Breekiarldl Z WORKS-Tkirtet do not presume to ask the Knights Knights of Columbus there, which fession, aa weu as oils wide charity, of Columbus to cukupit St. Mary's, it a expected will be instituted this have, won for him .the esteem of all $ but I do ask that you approve a month. The wevk wfl' bo put on by classes. general appeal to your members to tho degree team of LoUiclvillo CATHOLIC CnARITD3S. testimonial to Join In a national FLOOKOfa LATHKI SHWGLXg 'Babe' Ruth." (Announcement has boon mado An SAILS JPOR ROME. Washington that the next session of CHICAGO UTOERAL. ArchbMwp ttayaa, of New York, the National Conferen.ee of CatboUe Charities would be.heM In MilwauThe Pater'a Pence coltection in the aa4M thai mtk tor Rome. 1921. About Jt arcbdioosae of Chicago1 taat year A1 StepMwi kee September Raw-1,500 dtotogatee will partite !pte. amounted to $128,128. Thl amount Jom& Dmm ajnd ratarias, Iter. John Thte wUl be the first conference awrpaaaad the ooUaefctan of hurt year Donalna, hi aVOaaa. JtwaataatatiBaaaaii Twi aaa awatea, B. KaUy and Re?. VUtoeot Areese. held outaUe of "Waabdtucton. by akou $19,009. Brighten Up Electrically! The Knights of Columbus' decision to make a gift of $5,000,000 for a memorial home to the American Legion was a fino Idea, and would have been all right If there was only one organization of soldiers of tho late war. But this is not so. There are several tho United American War Veterans, the World War Veterans, tho Rank and File Veterans and some others. The Logloni start ed with great financial backing and naturally made more of a public Impression EWING'S DAIRY Prescriptions Exclusively! 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, PRODUCTS PURE Tafel Electric Co. than the other organiza- SESMER;S PHARMACY Main 2426 , SUITE 3 FRANCIS BUILDINO. 43P-44- City 1802 Screened Coal ICE AND SNOW DON'T FORGET THAT ELECTRIC SPECIALTY GOMPANY GRAYV0N ALLMEN ELECTRIC CLEANER Sanitary Milk Co. DrooaroKAneD. COAL CO. Childers Elect. Co. IS THE HOME OF PURE MILK Jr., "ASK YOUR GROCERS." ton $10.50 $8.75 $10.00 ts FRED ERHART ARCHITECT COAL - COAL Taylor Western Kentucky, per ton Other Eastern Kentucky Lump, per ton Wilton Jellico, COAL REDUCED! per mCORPOIU.TK Byrne g iJ1 Speed Coal Corporation ...... 111 .1 315 Guthrie Street. - Both Phones 315. . , -- i ssstmmmmm GARAGE EQUIPMENT&SUPPLY CO. 1 MetVK COAL CO. NEW O. T. CO AIi YARD S. Clay and Fulton Streets. Uigh Grade Goal at the very lowest prices. Give ub a trial. City 4489; Main 1058 lL J HP. ! BANNON Llli, PIPE C0.j Tti, wtk uimi Hor-nun- g. Bllr Where the Quick Meal Comes In Where the brighteet ; Where the Mgfeteet; Where work la deawi ajavaajaj A,tioiiaia)a)afae''",' 3r oou-ncil- work steal to ta Where the Where the range etaada the teat the where That'a "Qedek Heal" eeaaea Where eoofcaaf aaaaa real faaii Where baktaff fires a llght Where dradge la aett eight Mm. where That'a "gstlek Meal" Sold, Iaatalled sail HIgl y aJeeeaaaieBdeJ 9 CftVr Aocom-pwtrf- ec . Mr 20-2- 4, Qalek Meal Ga;Ka4 mmwil. GEHER & SON 215 W. MARKET J7.