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AMERICAN ' Bry LonisrWa ssoo Takrt PHBNfc HOME M MAM t Trmftr Incorporated Driver an Bieort d VOLUME XLVI. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1921. v PRICE FIVE CENTS. erected In support of tho Henry Clay statue in the Court House, old Henry falling over when ho heard But to the; Chilton's statement. surpriso of tho machine leaders Dr. Welch refused to bo squelched and in an answer 'Administration Strikes Ileal Sung In be delivered a knockout to the alibi Kid, one that will long be rememTrying to Qticlch IiOcal bered. In his answer to Burllngamo Minister. n Dr. Welch said: "It is n ru.se to take advantage of private Individuals by those whose duty it Is to enforce tho law by sending Alibi Performer of CItv Hall Falls mich letters as that sent by the Down In Verbal Ikiut "With Chairman of the Hoard of Safety lo mo through tho press Instead of Rev. Welch. ending It to me direct." That shot must havo made Paul, Lud, Ches, Matt and all of the machine leaders Reformers Allow Dives to Run For gasp for breath, and tho press bulletins were stopped right then and Support nt Tlio Next there. Election. Then came the trial of Himmel-far- b before the Board of Safety Wednesday, and tho conflicting evidence, even though it must PRESS CENSOR OX THE JOB. been prepared in advance, havo was enough to make poor old Annanias turn over in his grave. The evidence showed that Maxie's place had This was a sad,, sad week for the near Mayor Smith "reform" admin- been a bootlegging resort, that neistration. In Louisville, and sadder groes and whites had danced and still to toll, the "reformers" re- drank there together, that police ceived a body blow .from a minister, wero Instructed to go through there one of. tho Headers of the Louisville every hour, but outside of that it Ministerial Association, whom the Mas alright and very orderly, the machine used to Hoard concurring in tho latter brag about "fooling" all the time. statement. Of course it would not But itho worst feature of tho whole do to close Himmelfarb's place just affair is that a knockout was given now as ho is an active Republican Kid Burllngamo, of tho Board of and prostitutes and habitues of that Safety, who heretofore has been the place can bo instructed how to vote champion alibi performer m this for "reform" when tho picscnt ad8oction. For tho past three years sounds tho call. Now story after story would leak out ministration as the movie men say, tho scene, about disgraceful performances of across the street.. On the drunken Keystone police, escapades shifts opposlto corner is another soft of drunken and gambling Council-meby George and scandals In the fir depart- drink stand conducted ment. The public wouW bo horri- Miller, another dear and esteemed fied. Then the alibi Clialrmon of friend of the "reform" administratho Board of Safety would bo tion. Minor's stand bears tho elerushed to the rescue. If lit was a gant title of "The Bucket of Blood," story of a drunken or brawling po- and has been raided threo times reliceman we would read in the care- cently. fully prepared press story that OfSometime ago tho Federal audrink ficer SI Perkins was on overseas thorities raided this soft (Jeffersonville) veteran, and must sjand, seizing the proprietor for be excused from falling from grace. bootlegging. Later tho CommonAs tor drunken police, Louisville wealth Attorney's office force raidtaxpayers have seen and heard- - of ed tho place and discovered both more soused cops during tho past gambling and booze. Sunday night two years than when Louisville was while Dr. Welch was discussing tho at its wettest Tho patrol wagons sofo drink stand opposite a shooting have been used to haul drunken affray was staged In- Miller's, When cops In off their beats as often as tho prisoners were taken to the the arrests were made. Chief's office they attacked But in ovory instance that the Night Chief of Police and the headstory of a drunken Keystoner be- quarters force and It it wasn't for came public property the dllbi the arrival of a real policeman the Chairman would announce that his Keystone Police Band ' might have honorable board had suspended the bon leading a funeral procession the offender for two days and smacked next day. Imagine prisoners athim' op the wrist for his bad be tacking the office force of police havior. If the "hick" firo denart when mo luul real policemen... The e,ty. Jiojui LU.psoJaine.d- meat allowed a- - Are to gobaway-- f Board-xoISrrom them, as It does frequently, Just yet why this soft drink stand tho 'public would be told that the was allowed to run atter being firemen had a difficult time in find- caught selling whisky, but leave It ing the fire itilugs or tho loss to tho alibi Kid when the emergwouldn't haive ben so great, mention ency arises. Incidentally two of the tlnVAn liilnr mOflA iM.rfl4 4lin llnnnl nt prisoners accused ot shooting upi the appointed Underwriters now class Louisville place wero s ns n cltv because of its on tho force by tihe present "reand Inferior firo department. Nor Is form" administration, Miller mention made that last year Louis- Frltsch being former policemen. ville had the second greatest fire Yes, we'll say the press censor has loss In Its history, the only year some job to cover up all these litexcelling that being the year of the tle shortcomings of "reform." big tfevator fire. But results speak iSpeakuxg of the press censor, for themselves in our fire rates, .two negroes held uipi and robbed a the rates for fire Insurance, Just like minister's daughter at Second and no evening, our taxes, being tho highest In the Chestnut Saturday city history. Our Cincinnati Fire word of tho robbery being given out Chief told the Optimist Olub tho by tho police and the story only other day In a speech that he didn't leaked out when tho two negro want the present department under crooks ifought over the loot. And itivll service. The hearty applause just a short distance away a young was he received demonstrated that his University School student hearers wouldn't like to have tho clubbed .unmercifully by the Keypresent department under any kind stone police, whom they accused of of service. The address read like "grinning" at them. It is supposed one of the carefully prepared alibi they wero carrying out the "treat statements, as Neunschwander 'em rough" policy advocated by the steered away pretty carefully from Cfhief, but to date no one has heard teUlng of our awful fire losses the of a negro crook being clubbed by past year or of the thousands of the Keystone cops, nor is there any dollars lost through, the smashing mention of a cleanup of the negro of firo apparatus by the "hick" fire- dives and resorts on West Walnut, men". the negro secBut we digress from the story Tenth street andhomes, stores and tions. Churches, of the fall of the alibi Kid, yet the right above explains the method anyway. residences have been robbed only reDr. Charles W. "Welch, pastor of the and 'left this week, and was held Fourth Presbyterian church, threw cently a young clergyman squares a bombshell Into the ranks of the up and robbed within four of the "reform" administration by stating of tho police station.run None down and crooks havo been in a sermon that the town reeked run down by with gambling and that a punch-boar- d to date the only thingconductors has and was in operation across the the street from his church, and that at been their heels In making their sandwiches. Max Himmelfarb's soft drink rounds looking for free on Third (ha! ha!) establishment whites and One of the Keystone cops danger of negroes were drinking and dancing street has realized the has emwalking together. Dr. welch also charged ployed 'his beat alone and to make a that Capt. Jlmmp Cunningham had his roundsbig husky negro tho way, with him. By called on him, resplendent in gold adthe braid, riding in a big automobile, the criticism isofgettingpolicethoand nerves on with a haughty chauffeur, and in ministration Louisville short looking like, a million dol-- i of tho machine organ, the pot shots taking HerAld, which lars. The reverend minister said at Dr. Welch byIssaying that politics that Capt. Jimmy explained to him shouldn't be preached In church. that the punch board owner was a Herald will nover dear and valued friend of his 'and Readers of tho stories ot holdups to put the soft pedal on that talk bo alarmed by two of burglaries, as it about wicked gambling, etc. The and prominent machine leaders edit sermon of Dr. Welch's was printed the Monday and created widespread if tie Herald and suppress "crime BtUff," not favorable comment of the An old darky went Then the store out on Hill street into a drug administration. recently and alibi Kid was drafted to stem the as he came In lie was chuckling Mayor tide if possible, and near over. The proprietor and same Smith came forward with his usual all the patrons Inquired the cause ot toreador announcement. To show of his mirth. The old negro said: the effect of Dr. Welch's bomb, "I was jes lafiln at the tunny po Smith and llurlingamo Immediately lice we got; wo sho got the funsignified their Intention of throw- niest pollcemens I eher seed. Jes ing Capt. Cunningham tp the now one of dem police (had a pris-onwolves to placate public opinion. and lasted of .taking him to Then another attack was pursued. tho police station, took him In the Gals' High iSchool. It sho does The Board of Safety, through Issued a challenge to Dr. beat me." And the old darky went Welch to come before the board , on his way still chuckling over our Koystono police. There's an and tell all he know of vice cou-- i funnyincreasing army of people in ditions, and then they all Bat back ever town, who can't see the humorthis to chuckle over how they had ous they are checkmated tho investigation of the side of It though, andand holdrobberies crime around tho Republican dives. '' ups victims ottaxpayers who object and Uho And to add to the merriment, to paying these comedy cope $4 came per day. County Attorney Matt Chiltoa out with a statement that eottdw (ions have never been better te I,ATIN CROSS. Louisville, the law being stitageaUy Tho Latin ,Croe within, a roaatifaa Chi Ron mi wltt farm part f the dtecorat'en of For eafsreed. imniQuiay voted tte brown derby, ' all beadetena which mark the but additional prapc kad to b grftM ot OttbeHe sclddars. REFORM la ... ' m. ii. t i.i to UNCLE SAM COMES NEXT. i. 'M K Wrf i PX'v. time-wor- out 46 spiritism, oh, turn from dreaming and save a civilization that goes reeling!" There are numerous striking, al most epigrammatic vstatements in Ml-Kirkland's article. 'Talth," she writes, "must be founded , on something sturdier than spirit contact. Psychic research, with Its preoccupation with 'Physical evidence for a postphysfcal oxlstcnce, is merely a harmless rcfenco: It is only as a religion" that tt Is harmful. We are hero not as unwilling 'slaves to ,clrcumstance( but as people who ac- pept a gage rrom God and submit to .the lawq of the game. Psychic research has no reverence for the divinity appointed to the physical. Flesh and blood are imprinted with God'- - Imago; why mus( spirit photography summon faces out of ether In order that we should recognize God's artistry and go forth Joyous to service? To miss soe'ng God In his physical world, who can tell whether It might not moan missing Him also In his world 'to come? Such "entences aptly Illustrate the tonor of the writer's argument. Bpt there is one .further point to which we wish to direct attention. Taking tlio position of the spiritists for granted, and considering all s K. OF C. Oppoio Impottatfon and Exploitation, or Bolshevik Doctrine in United States. Against n Wild Hjsterla That Calls For the Disruption of , Society. Find Extreme Radical Propaganda Is Moio Widespread Now Than Ever. BARRAGE AttUNST BOLSHEVISM n, - -- af -- thlrd-cln.s- . 'Ire-for- I . ah I Bur-llnga- tnt adds: "Surely the highest regard wo can show our dead Is to Jrust rather than to trouble them. When the dead sneak they seem to do so with difficulty, under tho stress of a patient pity. Even when the utter ance Is spontaneous It always ap pears to be in the nature of an affectionate Interruption to Jilgher clalm,-j- , as If they returned tb help ns when we can't help ourse'tves. but would really rather be about pome beautiful business that for ever draws them. Can Ave not" suftl fer them to go to th's high service? Is crushed John Bull will join with his Japanese When Ireland Has human love siink to sich pitik ful selfishne s that It would deter ..ally in destroying America, his nearest commercial rival. our dead from their transcondent occupations?" Thus Miss Klrkland views her Uroolem if ram a variety of angles and always finds the same answer. It should be borne in mind that her reply Is the, ono we also mutt .give, albeit she bases her content'ons on premises which tvo do not admit and makes use of somo arguments of which we do not approve But even forces. Thore has been more eviher last supposition, that spirit) m dence ot armed resistance in tho might be tolerated If It made poo-rlLaw are:? since Its declaramartial more spiritual, made them hottion than was oh lervable tor a long ter, meets with a nogat'on at her .1. i,f period previous7 o the declaration. many " "Psychic research." shot " " "J"- hands. This possibility corns to have been A"'0r,1n3JlpJe?r VUiave' been dignlfed to an "has apprehended iy Urlsh labor when It undue importance. .Unless moswgetj Peace Rased on tho .Partition Bill counselled the mien a few weeks ago Common Soii.se Argument Pointing from tho dead mak us better they BoJfehoYiism. That is tlio bulsiiness to resumo handling goods or other The Knights have no justification, and It 1s a of the Ruas'ain. however, Out Its Ignorance of Human Now Looked Upon as strenuously, things itlhat the'? Government was question ,lf they have tho power to Importation and exploitation to tho willing. to risk, jit now remains to of tho Nature. , Impossible. make us better unless we possess Bolshevik doctrines In the United bo seen what action will bo taken that ri,ilritual endowment and di States, for those by tho Crown fcfaces regarding rail , YTr.!SJire aimed , ,,T rrnffip, nr., It vyyM .Tm,finiripU3 CH i ! en iiJUi AiU dpllne that would make us better ing if hostages were to bo placed on Courageous Writer Cites Solo Justi wrierfTerhaps unwittingly, repeats Insistence on its Acceptance Has way they ndt aimed trains In the future as Is now be- tho thought expressed by Father cortainly remove religion and would fication and Denies Even Its Made Re Valcra's Position ing done on motor Iprrles in the those Abraham in the parable of Dives ' martial law area. " Validity. "" Stronger. and Lazarus In the wprds- "They "" From authoritative Nationalist " have Moses and the Prophets; It " ' '" """' t. i sources In Belfast It Is learned that g" they hoar not them, neither would serious consideration Is being given t&W,f they hear an angel from heaven." to a strongly supported suggestion Miss Kirkland's arguments aro Faith .Must Bo Founded on SomeActivities ot Armed Republican that when the Ulster Parliament ButlKn1sh,s of Columbus, (through the tPiRtlnc and ."" ifor the first time in March thing Sturdier Than Spirit Forces are Showing a Marked What the Nationalists absent themselves. of him who w'.ll not listen to this ln aW parts of tho Un,tel States, Increase. Contact. By so doing, it Is argued, the new Rtirf of reasoning' Isn't tself'? fact will come Into Ulster Parliament to that being as ono of tho most lopsided again and again fall into the mut unrepresentative parliamentary and palpaU'e errors? Common sense. STATEMENTS. IS REGARDED AS A BLUNDER. Institution in existence. It will be SOME STRIKING alono, will not suffice. The , following the example of the abvery fact that spiritism Is lncreas-io "ring about a happy stention of Sinn Fein members of Inpiv flnurl hlnir In suite 'of .SCSS condition where every man's prop- Parliament from the House of Comexcepting thT one thing ,1 "Does intercourse with departed cessl is ono outstanding fact in mons and show In a dramatic manThere largo the Jack spirits make the living more spir- most needed the Ipresence and ner to tho situation in Ireland today, and of faiththo world at ntry In It by the minority In that extreme xad- divinely appointed he. that is the complete 'absenco of any Ulster. There are two factors mil- itual?" asks Winifred Klrkland In thortty of aguiding power, vested bona fide efforts toward peace, ca itating against such a policy. The an article entitled "Spirituality ver- teachlngand strength to oblige Its yourg In tho with the moral bles JoLToph W. Grlgg itrom Dublin. principal one Is fear ilwut by suah sus Spiritism," appearing v,n tho doc- t i ..,.t., The British Government, as Is ad- abstention the Nationalists would January issue of the North Ameri' by even the most moderate expose Catholics in Ulster to (perse- can review, and answers her ques- such a teaching body a tho churchmitted opinion In this country, made a cution without a chance to voice tion thus: "Psychic research replies is? And does not this very fact sug- - ?1 "? stating any protest In the Ulster Parlia- with an unequivocal 'yes.' To reply gest the further necessary requirefatal mistake In teacher .ZJziXz thac that It was prepared to make peace ment. The second factor against with an unequivocal 'no' requires ment. that the church as nt n v he .men, it Is "",' nn only on the basis of the acceptance abstention Is the lack of leadership some courage and oven more ot iv.roiiti..9 Uhcy would have received this Z of the Partition BllL Long ago It and cohesion 'harvest if organizations ot very ot tho Nationalist plain common sense." Whereupon, was evident that the whole ot forces In Ulster. The first factor she proceeds to explain her court.l j.,. ftiaui. . .. define strength and resources, such Southern Ireland was against this probably will be the determining ageous "no." tho K. of C. had not stopped agreeable weaLher as am, accomplished such items of The reasonableness of M'ss bill, and It has certainly never .been one if the Nationalists finally decide ln ,. was an unusually large gath- - -argumentation Is perhal;n the there can . more consltislvely against It than at to bd represented In the Ulster Parfeature of her 'er.'nir at the Hibernian Home on 000 Vliemvs , civilian employment most appealing tho present moment. By1 Insistence liament. yciuo u'con its acceptance, the Crown GovNo ono Relieved that Joseph Dev- treatise; but It Is not nearly so and Seating ,13 of thousands of ernment has committed a great lin, who long has been one of the striking as the fact that, for the of last weekvwhen the newly elec ed ve,lerans ,n free n,Bht 8jn0ols. c follow-anblunder If It Is Its honest desire to outstanding NatlonallUt figures in sake of argument, she admits even unsure vi uvioum o The start ,ng thomiustrJial disturbance monthsd given an encouraging try to achieve a truce and subse- the House of Commons, will take the most cherished belief of spirittot reconstruction the bal- quent peace. There Is a universal any active part In leading the Na- ists, namely that the saplrits with The ofilcera are has unquestlonalbly affected President Thos. Kllleon. detetatatlon of this hill, and when tionalists of Ulster. It is believed whom converse is held are really anco of young men's minds and of Edw. Bannon. Vice Pretldent the Government can offer nothing on all sides that despite reports to the spirits of tho departed, and young women's minds. They have Secretary John J. been and are now more receptive Financial but Its acceptance as a basis of the contrary, Sir Edward Canson, really the spirits of those dead with P lyA4ln In peace, It absolutely closes the door now that he has wlbhed a Parlia- whom the follower of the bellet Broderick a U..U1 An U( rtlin XJflll?V i.I t , . tn AJ ViiC ff . .,(-,. ueoorumg oecrerary uu against peace. More than that, it ment of its own onto Ulster, wUl thinks he or she Is conversing. Al$ 4f tho nKures could be obtained brings to the Sinn Fein tho moral detach himself from aotlve partici- lowing all this (which we do not Martin, of tho numhers of young persona Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. support of that faction of tho coun pation In its local problems, Uhough allow), the writer prefers seriom atwho Sergeant-at-AnnMantin Shee tend read radical lltearture and try that lias not hitherto taken any it hardly can bo supposed, he will charges against spiritism for the efradical lectures and active political part In the move neglect this Institution of his own fects It produces and for not ful- han. the conservatives would "have ohron-t- c Sentinel Thomas Noone. ment. Irishmen of tho keenest po creation even if It is from long filling the promises made for it. cold oh ill of the spine. Joseph Standing Committee She charges (that it "robs us of our litical vision assert that, whether it range. The K of C councils, In conduct- aspiration," that it "deprives Pnfl5Jl2li Cn?Jrnan: Patrick Mul- - lnK'their open forums.' make It a deliberately done or whether It Is noblest There could hardly he a more Is only (another blunder ot the Gov Tdemtux JosePh ny-- . point to fill their audltoriumii with time from an economic u ot the courage to live the lite ' ltogiey. ques- stand point when the Ulster Parlia- that Is," and falls to do that which an ernment In handling itho Irish voung people 09 far as iflosslble. tion, thl3 attempt to ifoflce the par ment could come into existence. is alleged to be one of Its chief benThey Invite persons enrolled In tho give Its followers SURPRISE SHOWN. tition bill down the throat ot South Regardless of party lines, what is eficial effects to Socialist party. The Knfghts bo-courage to meet death. ern Ireland has invested De Valera engrossing the attention of most tnoreased Hero in a propaganda war against surpriso soclaltem. because Socialism does A delightful with a strength greater than he has people Is the question of the trade "Ripping the veil 'from before life's yet had in this country. (Hump and consequent unemploy- exit," sho writes, "is supposed to shown was given at tho home of hesitate to conduct a Helen and Terdia Butler, on ganda warfare against religion, There always has been as the ment. Thirty thousand women linen make our going Jess painful. To opinion of the majority hero, Chat workers are without Jobs. think to Is to exhibit once again tho Portland avenue, in honor of Miss especially against the Catholic fallibility ot spiritism. Its Ignorance iior.eiia ixeenan, wnoso raarraw tu church. Iieace moves in London ore not sincere, and that tho military party, SECOND SEMESTER. of human nature. Wo would enter Charles V Seibel took place Wed- As n, result of these forums tho supported by the Tories In the Cabofficers The Supremo of the upon death more bravely if wejenew nesday. Those present were- Mes- - Knights of Columbus have driven inet, would insist on tho euibjuga-tlo- a Knlghtft of Columbus aro conducting What is there? Hardly if what Is dames Garrett Malonoy, Thomas may extreme radical lecturers from of Ireland before talking their a ntieht school, ifnee to there is what psychic research re- Keenan, William Gardner. Wllltom the .platform and converted many brand of peace. This policy at sub- men, at St. Xavlor'fci College, 118 veals. The elaborate detail to which uonncuy. ueorjro j uutier, jonn incipient BolohevIItfs 'back to the jugation, or "restoration ot order," West Broadway. The expenses of spiritism reduces the new heaven is Carroll; Mfclvs Teresa Butler, Hazel ranks of common sense. It Is an Mary E. attaHva and initelli treat' warfare ud- as it Is coiled iby the Government this school are borno by the remain-- 1 for most of us an ugly Oolvln. Rosalia Keenan, and Its Tory supporters, Is all that der of tho funds allotted to the' either for mystery or for nothing- Maloney, Kathryn Carey, Blanche 0n BoTiahevB.-ibecause It .Is unsub- can ibe Fieen bore at tho present mo ness. A somewhat sublimated repe- nelanev, Ella Smith. Nellie Mullen, sldized. being the earmitaneous cam-M' war Scally. Lyda Sleboel. Margaret naten of an orconiatlon comnodecl ment as comprising a Crown policy for work among the eoWiiers. tition ot existence hero, Is that all? For making an alliegod seditious This school Is open to men and Wo liave the right to expect better Keenan, Vera Stanley, Lucy Veene- - mainly of workingmen eight hun- speech, Alderman. Walsh of Cork, a women of every faith and creed and things of death than that. Extinc- man, WlU'etta Kaolin. Irene Hesslon, arei thousand Knights furnishing Sinn Fein member of Parliament, all are equally weloomo. As the tion would be more dignified, more Margaret Hesslon. Mary Gallaglior, the background for this antirrod is handed out a sentence of five fund which iboaTs the expenses of in accord with the Bublilmlty we Edna CarrolK Mlnn'o Crosby. Mary k. of C. movement. years of penal servitude. Joseph the school was raised for !tjhe Tired havo witnessed in heroic earthly Crawford, Helen Butler, Nora MrDef- Murphy, charged wflth, participation fare of soldiers, the Supreme off- lives." mott. Annora Keenan, Jess'o Walk- -. TTOPE IT TS TIU7E. lAgaln the writer urges that spir- er, Mary M. Connolly Susan Walsch. In an aimbush In Cork, gets the icers feel that no pant ot It should be e itism "Is not only lost in gazing at ' penalty. Every one expects spent otherwise, nd while death From Rome It Is cabled; that men and women are admitted Its heaven, but is subtly that Father Dominic will receive a FAREWELL TO M'CLOSICEY. Archbishop Hayes, of Now York, hook," severe tientence ifor his alleged sedi to itbe olase;3 they aTe charged a "Book after will be made a Cardinal ao sow as tious letter. Earlier this week an- tuition foe approximating the cost of we read again, "tells us jthat riplrlt-isOfficers of the Elghltynthlrd Field he arrives in Rome, accondlta. to serenity. Artillery regiment wore hosts at a an announcement made Saturday two Instruction. other priest was sentenced to The second semester has brought the writer years at hard labor. activity? rarewem ewnnor aanco rriuay nignx nigh from the Vatican by itlie Papal These sen besma Monday, January 24, and Serenity? But how about tences are typical of the Crown continues sixteen weeks to May 13. Or servico? Or ringing denuncia- in honor of CoL Moans McCloskey Secretary of State. This procedure, policy Government's v!orous to . Regtetraitton, fe now open and may tion? Now while famine and cruel- ami Mr. McCloskey, wlho left Mon- - it was solid, will follow the mwee- Ibe made at th folftee of the "rstetora order." ty and greed walk the earth? No day for Fort, Sheridan. 111., where 'dent teet when the late AiMtobietiotp In the column of the Irish pros. St Xastor'ta Coilaaw, uny wonder that somo of ns soo in coi. McuiosKey win ira stationea. Farley. Of New York, waa 'cieaed kie by aide wk3i reports of. axeefat .Saturday and Sunday, bea desperate peril. Today of Col. McCloskey takes with, him the a member of itfee Sacred Ooetere metir-Kitween 7 and! 10 o'dfock. Ittward E, All days an instinct that would safe- beet wishes of every officer and man whortly srfter he wa promoted to the endeoc, re pAWhd! tbe w of itk armed Kirwan ia the Frioetaaf i charge. guard human growth makes us cry left at Camp Knox. ATChWeiieerJc of New York. iho-vls- m messages, suphosed-t- o have been received from the dead, as a whole, she attaches little Importance to the value of the communications and . IRELAND SPIRITISM o Two years ago, when nobody In this country understood what Bolshevism meant, ft was easy enough to get everybody excited 'about lit. Now that some knowledge of Bolshevism has filtered through the thick network ot inaccurate legend and rumor, we reallzo that, no matter how the Russians may like It, the people of the United States do not like It and do not Intend to havo 1L But there are .tens of thousands of i;ersons In this country who profess Bolshevism and who. In their. learned Ignorance, would like to see tho experiment of Boll In this country. They are as a rule persons of some education with a specious gift of what Is known as "the gab." They can argue plausibly for the Bolshevists, and in the counitle-forums Wiat tako place under radical auspices Uhrough the country they are able to put up an attractive programme far the United States. Tho Knights of Columbus have boon acquainted wft.li those would- be economic and political prcse-ror some years. The ivusons Knights started their to " apostles of radfeal Ism ton years ago, when tho dangers of .their preachments wore first becoming tangible. Now the Knights havo resumed the flsht wl'h augmented rorce. Not that tho K ot C.,..havo . s 0 ,., UIU- A iniem-wrlte- s. " 5 oh-Je- ct A ' !ger. "" , - ' &?U-U?"- T,i" l S" l.r1' Jf MGlt J? taUSS. ! Z?l?Z&u$M&Z5& SKnVrta'tSlS "nfo1nhieliS? .& llvs "'"", Q.,4i K.IIX3 li!.?eatnfttZl jfe "'"; TZi ZS?L5 Jt "J ly ,tt,e?, filAlLT. ,,t,i "L,0T!fph?' wT. Klrk-Iand- 's rrrr .,..,,. ,., n.. I 1M4T& T5 Vi .ArT 1 1? a pow-wow- s, i liJrS pre-nuptl- al nt propa-Mtes- es - 1 sub-itltut- e ae monex-servtc- I self-creat- i m Prln-'olfiree-in- ai, g the splr-itte- m wi ?, JW- .. " ifc fiOB53V:3E?lJOKrVL AW ENJOYED l IB BANQUET. J&J-nBZXl.jjpj- & KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. COMING EVENTS. BTUd Catholic W the Sochi and Motil Advwiearient ol hlsh Americans tnd Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's Institute and Catholic Knights of America. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTINO CO., Incerpwtul. Publlahers fUBSCRlPTlON PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c Entred at the Louisville Pottolllce as Second. Clu Matter. Mfctit All Comrannlcitlont to the KEHTUCVf IRISH AMERICAN, 319-32- 1 Wist lltttrty Strut : I LOUISVILLE, KY PUT THIS OVEIt TOP. SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1921 I new method being Ito mark ithe houses of prominent Sinn Felners When Cardinal Gibbons, Cardinal and confine ithe burnings and loot- - , Club. February 8 Tacky party by St. Hayela Ings to the houses thus marked.1 O'Connell and Archbishop Club appeals 'to the Amer- Thlo now plan Is expected to drive phlllp Nerl Dramatic O.clock.In Windmake special HaU 8 to ican people for ithe Immediate re- many of the leaders of Sinn Fein, February 8 social of lief of Ireland and provide the out of the movement, for the leaders St. Louis Bertrand church debt and avenues of relief, there ougiht U be aro almost all men of substance, building fund, afternoon and even- Just one anlswer from Catholics of wilth a stake In the country pro- - Ins the United States It they have any teisa'onal men. wealthy gratitude for what the Irish race and farmers, whose influence, If...ex--..J t Put the big erased an uenau oi uio unui&n T have done for them. relief fund over everywhere with a authorities, would quickly restore peace a British peace to the united effort. January 24 New Year Social o St. Patrick's church In hall, afternoon and evening. January 2G Social by Altar Society of St, Ann's church, atternoon and evening. Wednesday. January 2G St. Jos-oph Sodality parish entertainment in St. cocuia Haiu January 31 Lunch and social for benefit of St. William's church, afternoon and. evening. church February 2 St. John's annual festival. Trinity Y. M. I. Hall, afternoon and night, February 3 Social by pupils and teachers of Cedar Grove Academy, afternoon and evening In Academy hall February 4 Social for furnishing K.teTlUe social of February 7 gt. Paul's church, Pleasure Ridge Park, at St. Helen's Commercial Pre-Lent- en n Pre-Lent- en programme under the direction of Frances Shanloy was thoroughly enjoyed by tho largo numher present. Tho Tocal solos, "A Little Brown Owl," by Mrs. Goo. Settle. and "Will You Remember" and "Sweetheart," by Mrs. Frank Ryan, were beautifully rendered. Mrs. W. Bosler, Jr., gave a violin eolo, and Miss Frances Shanley closed tho programme with a piano solo, Rev. Father J. H. "Veuetlenne." Riley In his usual well known qtylo presided as toastmaster, and toasts were responded to by Miss R090 Kavanaugh, Miss Maud Craig,, of Joffersonvllle, and Mra. J. B. Anhe gust. An excellent address was de livered by Rev. Francis O'Connor. On Tuesday evening of this week tho new officers of tho Circle were Installed by- Mrs. J. P. Mullally, State Deputy Regent of Indiana, with all die ceremony. A wonderful report of tho past work was read by the Regent, and very encouraging reports were ma do by tho Chairmen of each of the various oommlttees. MLb - Tho second annual banquet of Loulsviilo Circle, Daughters of Isabella, hold at tho Tyler Hotel, was a brilliant success from every point of view. The welt rendered musical e Live Cities Look Ahead Live cities, like live men, plan for future needs. that, as they grow, their need for adequate transportation will grow. Their own demands first of all an efficient street car service. knowv self-intere- st They To meet future increased demand, they provide means today for preserving that vital service, for maintaining it in 100 per cent, efficiency. Five hundred and thirty-ninlive cities, that believe in living in today and tomorrow, not yesterday, have planned for the future by raising street car fares. They know that adequate service now and adequate maintenance for tomorrow demand adequate fares. , e shop-keepe- rs ,,UAAAAAAAAA I BASKETBALL. SOCIETY. APPROVES DECISION. of the National The decision Board of Directors of the Knights of Columbus to turn over to Mr. Hoover for the starving children of f Europe the remainder of the Knights' share of the United War Fund will, we believe, meet with general approval. The propo.nl to build a war memonlal at Washington was not enthuslastica31y seconded even by the Legion. It had been suggested that the fund be used for (the relief of disabled veterans. But this Is a government duty 'that ehould not be delegated to any organization. By the way, what has become of the shaTo of the United War Fund apoprtloned to other SEES hardly necosary to say that this new gilan of campaign will fai'J. The threatened men know full well the nature of the risk they can' when they espoused their country's cause -- arid are ready to meet the wonst. But there will be no yielding, and It Is thJs power of sacrifice that has made Sinn Fein the strongo.it force that alien tyranny lias ever had to deal with. country. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa It Is Mrs. John F. Oetken has "been at Martinsville Springs the post two weeks. Mrs. E. R. Sproul DeLarkd, season. Fla., to spend pant of the has arrived at ANCESTORS FROM WHERE? at Tampa, Fla. left Now OrleanU Mrs. J. J. O'Malley and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Hill are sojourning Mrts. Arthur Doyle, of Frankfort, has been spending a week here with her parents. Miss Nan Kennedy left Saturday to spend some time with relatives in inS DUTY. The Time Voice expresses tbe sentiment of the masses of the peo pie In expressing hearty accord with President-eleHarding In his de sire for a tdmplo Inaugral ceremony, We foave had enough of vain display and empty promises In the past. ct Somehow we feel more confidence In the man who seeks simplicity and In office. Unobtruslveneas The American i;teopTio have bestowed the li'lghest honor on Harding. Ho could strut and pece for awhile Due to camp activities during the war there Is widespread Interest in Mrs. Eugene Blandford, Portland, boxing and throughout the country. SEEKING NEW VICTIMS. has been entertaining as her guest State after State Is recognizing leher sister. Mrs. John Hill, olf gitimate boxing clul3 with The lattest activities of the Texas. matches. Clubs of th's char"Black and Tanii" hao ibeon di Mra Margaret Drlscoll and daugh- acter should bo encouraged, but ters. Goraldine and Mary, have been not confused with the overnight against the convents and the rected confined to their homo with an at- clubs of the local type who have clergy, whose houses have been tack of tonsilltls. beon deluging Louisville with a lot searched and valuables annexed by WAR CORRESPONDENT'S VIEW. Albert D. Gregg, of Akron. Ohio. of boxers. those uniformed and Is here on a visit to friends and Enroll St. College Philip Glbbs, the noted war thieves. Of course, It Is no use relatives and will stop at Simpson-vin- e MISS M'SWINEY'S VISIT. for a few days. to pretend that those scoundrels an Englishman Who Is ov Plamr for the entertainment Mirs. E. J. Downey. 4725 Western have acted on their own Initiatives noted for his truthful and conservMAes Parkway, lhad Marv MacSwiney. sister , of Ulster, tor they have not, and since neither ative writings, in discus-dutho nie Coughlln, her Trenton,Miss Win- Terence MacSwiney, "Lord Mayor of Mo., as of the Inmates of the convents nor Irish situation says: "I am on Eng- her guest ithe past week. Cork, who died in Brixton prison, W. BROADWAY TO Miss she clergy can bo oven remotely lishman arid I speak therefore from Herman Deddens and John F. are being made in Lexington. MacSwinev will arrive In Lexington suspected of any seditious acts, It Is an Englishman's point of view wlien Oetken, prominent business men of January 28 will make an adevident that the object Is ixy ex- I say that I view the situation in Frankfont. were here on a social dress in the and uadltarium telling of and business trip last week. asperate the people and bring the Ireland as a great dlsgraco to tho AirkicAickicicickkicKkicki conditions existing In Ireland. She Mrs. A. Mnlvey, New Orleans, two days, and may young men into the open whero the British empire. I can not defend bo the engagement of her will com there Louisville. CLOSE GAME. to machine-gu- n will Bottle for all time, for a moment the blackguardly and aaugiiter. Mtes Agnes Mnlvey, to L. then Gordon Redmon, of Louisville. as far on they will be concerned, brutal policy which Is now the reThe Lexington Knights of Colum SOCIAL. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wulf and the Irish question. The young men, gime In our sister Ireland." bus bafketball team defeated the baby have rotaurned from DavenC. team 33 to 2S K. however, have the measure of the St. port, Iowa, where Mrs. Wulf spent Park, Paul's church. Pleasure a RIdg Louisvlllee but of well played game in iprieA In a slow will entertain with British outfit. And here we may LIBERTY DEPARTS. wo monitns visiting her parents. capital. The Lien'en soHol Tua day atternoon and the Bluegrcws remark Chat the British are careful William L. Smith announces the evening, February playing of the Devoraux at If tyranny can be successfully put engagement of his daughter, MJss Commercial Club. 7,The St. Helen's brothers, Pat and Barry, was the to misstate the number of troops ladles of to in Ireland, Just to prove that the Into execution, if physical force can Cedilla Smltlh,will) Joseph M. Dant. tho congregation will servo a de- feature of the game, they leading The wedding QUALITY STAYS UP WHILE PRICES COME DOWN take place in Feb- licious country supper .from 5 to 8 In the scoring by annexing six field Irish situation Is not very derious, bo substituted for moral right, if ruary. apiece. Louisville K The p. m. Take Orell cars, Via) Eight- goals and that a majority of the Irish butchery of the most malignant team made most of Its goals by Miss Anne Moriarty, of Hunting- eenth street. tyipe can le practiced by a tyran- ton, and MIlis Agnes Moriarty, Here are clothes that accentuate th eager, themselves are opopsed to Sinn long, Eipectacular shots from the of center of the floor. Ross and Lally NEW ILWEN. Fein the stated number of troops nical and alien government upon Milwaukee, have returned to their aggressive spirit of youth. led in scoring with nine and eight. is 50,000; the actual number Is four one of the oldest and most orderly homes after a delightful visit with Moriarty. Here are clothes that add dignity to the man of The Knights of Columbus of Now The two teams will stage a return races on earth "If," as Bishop their mother, Mrs. G. G. ICnapp as great. times The conclusion Mr. and Mrs. Alex recently Instituted, game in Louisville on March 11. Haven, only says, "wild-eyeanarchy, 4r mature years. Shahan Is obvious. the engagement of itlheiir have purchased tho Ibullding now wearing the insignia of English au- daughter, Miss GOLDEN WEDDING. Oonlnne Evelyn ocutpled by tho Wei la grocery, on tho Here are clothes that fit every phase of life, thority. Its agents encouraged and Knapp, to Earl S. BaumgaTten. The east Elide of Main street, botwoon APPEARS STRANGE. business or social. wedding wall take Lynch, of place In the Center and tho railroad, for a new Mr. and Mrs. Frank abetted by tho English Parliament, spring Originally erected with' a Jefforsonvillo, observed their golden home. n though Here are clothes that are known and advertised Our State Department at unnamed and irresponsible, Mr. and Mrs. William Krahl an view ito renting the upper part for wedding Sunday, but there was no seems to bo to wave3 the torch, pours the oil, casts nominee ifte marriage of their society gatherings, w'th some minor formal celebration, on account of 2 from coast to coast. ' deport Donal O'Callaghan, ithe Lord the bomb, cuts the fire hose, shoota daughter. Miss Helen C. ICrahl, to changes It wllB answer the purposes the" serious illness of Mr. Lynch. nicely. Mr. 12 that city, Its Mayor of Cork, who arrived In this up" the peaceful and unarmed city, at F. w .Merrell, on January Eu- of the K, of C. representatlvee mem- Th" marriage was in performing the the bership includes and Rev. Ernest Audran St Paul's church, itlie Rev. country as a stowaway to testify be- and retires to Its lorries and Its gene Donaghue officiating. Many friends sent mesleading men of New Haven and ceremony. sages of congratulation and best fore the commission that is Investi- barracks, waiting another black Helen English, of New Al- vicinity. $35.00 Suits and Overcoats now $24.50 wishes. gating outrages In Ireland. The night to repeat this satrnalla of bany, was maia of honor at the COURT MARTIAL PLANNED. RodmanrOarrico wedding at Bards$40.00 Suits and Overcoats now $28.50 Department of Labor had paroled murder and arson and loot" If all town FOREIGN MISSION BENEFIT. last week. Miss English was him until ihls case could be Invest! this can be accomplished with the a classmate of tihe bride, who was Arthur Griffith, founder of the $55 00 Suits and Overcoats now $34 50 gated. The State Department In technical approval of and without Miss Ulanneo Rodman, at Nazareth Sinn Fein organization, wlio was arThe Dramatic Circle of St. HelClub will precent rested in his home In Dublin the ena's terfered to ask his deportatrton. The protest from the United State?, then Academy. $60.00 Suits aad Overcoats now $38.50 morning of November 26, will be the charming little play, "The Rainclaim was made that the parole of lovo of liberty and regard for rightif the present plana bow Kimona." at St Anthony's Hall. OPEN MEETING. individual as your own These clothes are the Labor Department would permit eousness have departed from this and Market, at 8 nf the authorities are carried out. Twenty third ' how o'clock Sunday evening, for the Mm to testify before the commis land of ours. FoVowing a short' session of Di- The date of thA Their reputation must be maintained benefit of the foreign missions. Only vision, 4, A. O. H., next Monday ever, has not been set. Why sion. Well, what of that? a small admission fee will bo evening an opon meeting will be should tho State Department wish to ONLY CERTAIN CURE. DEAN AMONG CARDINALS. charged. Held, and an address to thoUo pros keep his evidence from the record? ent will be delivered hy Attorney Tho gravest ills of society today, ieo J. sandman, whose anility as an 'FEDERATION.' Cardinal Gibbons has acquired a The British Government denied a palssport to tho Lord Mayor to pre- as ever, are spiritual Ills. They can entertaining and interesting speaker new title, that of Dean of the CarAttorney Eugene J. Coonoy will President Jos. D. dinal priests in the Sacred Oollogo Actln'g be cured only by spiritual remedies. Is well known. vent hli giving evidence. Rome, through the death recentHenpessy of St. Helena's John C. Dorsey, and strives for Chairman and the Entertainment at of Cardinal Notto.. former Patri address the membersat "their social Secretary Davis, working on the Tho church contends ly Club of samq line, has placed "himself In a the education that embraces the Committee, urge the members to arch of Lisbon. Cardinal Netto was meeting Monday night at Presenta two years tion Academy Auditorium, tho he present rthjr strange position He signally spiritual element. She combats sci- A report onand (bring their friends. elevated in 1884, of Cardinalbefore and Breckinridge. Ha has Fourth NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON chosen tho VIotrola popularity tbe ipreeonization fmlted In .bis effort to prevent the sort of education that teaches "Federation" for his subject, and from conteat will be made, and as tho ence and art and literature wRnw appearing before the race has developed into an excithe officers request all members to which God, the, aiuthor of all that Is ing contest some FISn WERE BEST. surprises attend. aro same have been richly lndulgenced Lord's tears over Jerusalem: "Be- good and "beautiful, to excluded. The looked for In the announcement of can but add to the Importance of Its cause thou knowest not the day of They toll the story of a negro who UNITY OCTAVE. CHURCH best minds of the world, whether the vote. READY FOR THE WORST. observance. But all the world con- - thy visitation." This Is a day of applied to a Justice of the Peace to Thursday the standing great opportunity within or outside J.he household of contestants woa: Mrs. ITcfttle of the marry him. Ho had no money and MoDer-mot- t. Importance of the Church dltions of the day say plainly that exaltation of our for the glory and The holy mother the TW British campaign of terrorism the oburph, oro coming to recognize Unity Octave will appeal to all at now Is the acceptable time the day 5,800; Miss May O'Keefe, offered a string of fish as the fee. Our Lord's new phee. the soundness of the Catholic view. 5,400; Miss Nina May Lang&n, 5.-- After a year had passed the Jude once on account of its divine motive nf nivntinn for those without when church.is an appeal to prayer for Jn Iiwlaod has entered a. Catholics for they are seeking for some sort of unity 300; mist Margairet Burke, 3,900; met the man and sM: "Well, Will Th cutvm' of Iburntog up a whole PaVal brief unity and spiritual leadership they helr united suffrages, since He . .. . ei.i. - i mi3 uuvuo uenues. o.ivvz ihbbbi ia.m. how do you like married life?" The fact that It has br not to ty of "jreerlmOf tea been It is town by uem cornea earty on ytr, "Well, aah," ww tie reply. I extended to the ut The1 know' not Just what. recollectrather wills without accomplish his great Bdlth Kochf 3200. Mls8 MarffaTet our our work for us Catholics to pwikkMr bakod, ft agpoara, the rury z wi &e Aa weaaewy. ( rtay( 1,900. and the prayers for wish to de Lord I eat dem ftsn Camip Knox. Hart-Ingtom and attract attention to himself. But that would not make him a better President. He lias a man's Job before him, and we think tlio better of him for looking to his duty rather than to the honors ho might have. The State Council of the Junior Order of United American Mechanics Is on record as being bitterly opposed to foreign immigration, and are now sending petitions to Congress to put a stop to immigration. The protest is Jieaded by the Junior Order's ihlgha.lt official, Mr. Cottscholk, and wo pick from random of the other names promjlnent in the ranks: Baumgardnor, Am- Callde- Rlckterklssing, brosler, Elsenmenger, meler, Dusenberry, Emlgholz, Engnehl, Eyrlsch, Frank FryJeerger, Geohringer, enstein Goldberg, Grosshaus, Guttermuth, Hargeshelmer, Hazenbuler, Heimor-dlnge- r, Iechstadt, Klenzleman, Moneypenny, Markolf, Peklenk, Pfalzgraf, Pflumm, Pfaumlller, Partenheimer, Quaack, ReiifBchlag-er- , Roggenkamprf Rosenberger, Schanzenbacluer, Schoppenhorst, Steeple, Schroelucko, Schwonder, Unterelner, Von Grunigen, Zacharl, Zimmerman, Zlnsmelster. Reading the above list one can readily see that they are not descendants of the Indians wiho were the original Amerioans, and the question arises if .the Junior Order protest had been in force in the pat how many of tho above immigration opponents would be In this country now. And It may be noted that few if any of these names are on the roll of tho American Legion. tomorrow. Lieut. Jolhn Leo Shea and Mrs. Shea have returned from their wedding trip to California and are at Mr. and Mrs. James Thompson thCa week for their winter home in Osprey Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sullivan leave February 1 tor a short stay in Blloxi, Miss. Mrs. T. P. Brown had Mrs. William O'Donnell. of Frankfort, as her guest last week. Dr. J. T, Koaney will leave next week to attend the Ma nil Gras festivities at Now Orleans. Miss Lucy Lemon left Sunday to spend a month with Mrs. William Gcirman at Concord, N. C. Mrs. John Ryan and Mns. Louis Cody were last week the guests of airs. w. F. Decouiisey, Sr. M'1i Viv'an Dugan, of Bardstown, was ihere last week visiting her sister, Mrs. T. E. Dickenson. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Cronan, Jr., went the week-en- d in Lexington, the guests of Miss Lola Yancey. Mrs. Jcihn B. Imorde has returned from Dallas, Texas, after a vialt of several weeks with relatives. M'isb Stafford McKenna, who was tho guelt cif Mrs. Will P. Kelly, has returned to Iher lliome at Fairfield. Mflss Sarah Peak, who has been visiting her parenfts, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Peak, will return to Chicago Increased Interest is shown by the attendance at the games of tho Catholic Basketball League, in which there Is an earnest struggle for first place. ' Tuesday night fand and friends crowded Mackln Council club house, St. Xavler Gymnasium and Vernon Hall. Mackln defeated Trinity and holds the lead with a clean score, while SL Xavler scored over the K. of C. and Bertrand won from Vernon, the two winners being tied 'for second place. Trinity and Vernon have met with hard luck, but they can play tho game and are liable at any time to win better positions. Tuesday night St, Xavler's High School team scored a decisive victory over tho crack Now Albany High School team In a came that kept the spectators on edge. The St. Xavler Midgets are also playing In great form and won their games thls.week. This bunch promises to develop some star basket shootera. RESTING Live Louisville's street car service can not be maintained 100 per cent efficient on a five-cefare. nt Live service for Live Louisville tomorrow demands a today. seven-cen- t fare Live Louisville's service today and tomorrow is the issue. JAMES P. BARNES, President Louisville Railway Company. INCORPORATED WITH COUNSEL. Republic, said Wednesday might be some doubt" whether Donal O'Callaghan, Lord Mayor of Cork, would be surrendered to the immigration authorities at Norfolk as ordered by Boland of Labor Wilson. sa'd the decision rested with O'Cal- laghan's counsel, who had protected against deportation of the Lord Irish secretary Harry Boland, to Bamonn de Valera, President of the RECENT DEATHS. our, "there Sec-ceta- ry at her home, 1111 Chester avenue. Her funeral was held Friday morning from St. Vincent de Paul's church, of which she was a respect Paul, passed away Tuesday evening Mrs. Catherine Paul, aged seventy-fwidow of tho late Hugo W. K. FREE TO ofC. EX-SERVICE Mayor. GOES TO CHICAGO. Miss Evelyn Hennessy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Hen nessy, of 1137 Seventh street, has left 'the services of the Beverly Tent and Awning Company, of this city, and accepted the position of A' o'stant Manasrer of the United States Tent ard Circus Company, MIps Hennessy will of Chicago make her headquarters in Chicago and Is receiving many congraitula tions on her appointment.. MUCH DIFFERENT HERE. high-cla- ss ham-and-eg- cut-throa- ts corre-monde- os Two s'i iters. Mrs. ocrats circles. Casper Miller and Mra. WMlIam Mooie. survive hlnu Funeral services for Mrs. Mary A. Weber, aeed seventy-fiv- e beloved wife of William J. Weber. 927 Baxtor avenue, were held Monday morning at St. Brigid's church, of which she was an exemp'ary and highly esteemed member. A devoted wife and mother and a kindly neighbor, a wide circle of friend mourn her deaHi. Besides her husband she leaves three sons. Frederick, Victor and William J Weber, Jr.. and a daughter, Miss Mary A. Weber. Tho last solemn rites over the remains of Fount T. Kramer, beloved husband of LucMile Duckwall Kre-me- r. who died lost week at Havana, Cuba, were 'laid Monday morning at the Cathedral, where as a child he was baptized and .later received his first holy communion and confirmation. A largo gathering of friends and relatives attended the solemn obsequies and accompanied tho remains to their last resting place in St. Louis cemetery. For tho bereaved wife and faintly there is most sincere sympathy. years he conducted a cafe at Shelby and Main and was ever ready to help a poor nelchbor. Always active In chan'ty work, he was prominent and ijiopular In Demtwenty-eight ed memebr. Monday morning the funeral of Matt Gagan took place from St. John's church, of which he had a lifelong been member. For NIGHT SCHOOL MEN New Session Opens Jan. 24 at lavier's 7 118 10 P. M. PRE-LENTE- N CLOTHING AT CUT PRICES all-arou- nd an-non- ce d Wash-Incto- over-anx'ou- a i Kirschbaum Quality Clothes M. court-martiale- aj court-martia- l, CUNNING LEWIS & BROTZGE EXCLUSIVE CLOTHES SHOP Ken jKJMsarcrojirsr STRICTLY FRESH xiein: MAYOR'S ajmceopexoajst- - LORD Tho CASE. OCEAN FISH ?? Vand mens furnishings OOW.MARKET ST.S J dfl O jpimJJ Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and Oldest Bank in the State. With the Tinge of the Ooean FRESH SHIPMENTS RECEIVED DAILY Try Our Celebrated Bay State Haddock Ocean Salmon HEALTHFUL NUTRITIOUS ECONOMICAL BAY STATE FISHING CO. Wholesale and Retail. Interdepartmental controversy over Donal J. OX3aIlaghan, Lord Mayor o Cork, who rnamtiv arrived in the United Sattes without a passport, is still unadjusted after a Cabinet meeting. President Wilson, it la understood, continued to uiAuuumi inn nosmnn timt ha nnn fiion at O'Callughan's status was one tor tho heads of tho Departments of Labor and State to determine. the State Department's orderWith the Lord Mayor's deportation ' for Ignored by the Labor Department In odJudKlnsr O'Callnirlran n Ir,n.on and in granting him permission to land in 'the United States and reshlp aboard .1 Vftnsnl liming 11. Solicitor of the State. Department cauiruit.fi. tum nis uepartment the right to assume Jurisdiction had in the Cle n.ntrl nrrtor hhn T.n-,ir... - OMEGA OLEAXING, DYEING, MACARONI EGG NOODLES SPAGHETT PRESSING. REPAIR WORK. PENDBNNIS A. ENGELHARD SONS CO. 6c 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Phono City 4C03 Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. Itic. Mrs. Nellie Broderick. Pron's. All work called for and delivered. Hats cleaned and blocked. "All wo ask is a trial." Drs. Harrison and Strassburg Wo Make a Specialty of AH Branches of DcHtlHtry. wo uso All Modern Appliances in tho Elimination of Pain. 426 E. CALDWELL Phone City 1419. ST. Finnan Haddiei National Bank of Kentucky FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. "YOU'LL FIND IT WORTH WHILE" TO BAT IN A ,.l,.i ASK FOR EWING'S DAIRY PURE WHOLESOME SAFE. Phono City 4503 deportation. .Standard Dairy Lunch House Incorporated THE HOUSE OF QUALITY AND QUANTITY Variety of Hot Dishes, Pastry, Homo Made Pics, Cakes, Meats 819 SOUTH FIFTH STREET la Middle of Square PRICES REASONABIiE 224 West Jefferson Street Opposite Jefferson Theater City 9010 EXCELLENT OOP FEB PERFECT FITTING SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES 064 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Near Broadway PROMPT SERVICE Pl cyry disclose what stops might bo decided uopn with a view to enforcing tho decree. It was stated Tuesday by one of tho ofljclals ithat no immediate action of an extreme char-actwas contemplated, although, it was asserted, it waa within the Stato Department's power to request tho Department of Justice to deport O'Oallaghan for violating a criminal statute dn entering the United States without a passport, or A conference ot Stato uoitanmew oiiiciais, however, failed to LEWIS DOUGLAS MORTON PRODUCTS HUBER HAND STOKER 25 PER CENT. COAL SAVING. Combustion Engineering anil Furnace Repairing City 8381 521-2- 3 COURT PLACE Hem Main 1050 nniTISH CRUELTY. Lord Mayor O'Oallaghan ot Cork, who reached! the United States as a Btoawway and without a passport, completed his testimony before the commission from the Committee of One Hundred, lavertttgating Irish THE CORNS,BUNlONS bfmtai m lTt jronr toys aa dacaMon that will prepare them for life Mrail Dr. Kalk SutemOt Trwtrt Kl5iPv fcKfc"V. Uriah Z. Lltsiy CkirafeuUat 507 Starka BaiUUfi Rata Pkosea ttTmkMmmtm Weekly Savings Club STMT ONE THIS MONTH WITH THE South Louisville Bank Fourth and Central AvCnne CALL US FOR Oil and Grease FOR ALL PURPOSBS Kentucky Oonsnmors Oil Company Kentucky Louisville -- - -- - - JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED etabllshed 1820 STATIONERS LonlsTilla, Ky OFFIOD OUTFITTERS PRBJTKR WMBJMIBmSMaSSSSSSSISSSSSSSSSSWiSSSSSSSJIWSSSSSSSiSISSSMSSSJ STORAGE OF AUTOMOBILES NIGHT AND DAY. General Repair Work, Cleaning and Polishing. Kentucky-Indian- a Automotive Oo. Home Tol. 3063 Broadway Shoes at First. For Every Member of the Family Home Phone 390 S FRED FE1GE & SON UNION MADE SHOES AND SLIPPERS 431 EAST MARKET STREET KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE PARRAKEET Miaeralwater & Grocery Company Incorporated FOR THE BENEFIT OF YOUR KIDNEYS DRINK PARRAKEET MINERAL WATER Parkway 405 Both Phones 2406 REUTLINGER & CO. Adolph Routllngor FIRE INSURANCE LIABHilTY AND PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET TORNADO, conditions, and thereby accomIT BEATS plished .tho announced, purpose of 1U W. Broadway, Soalsrllle, Zy. h s visit to America. Completion of AS IT SWEEPS Conducted by tho Xaverlan Brothers. Oculists' Prescriptions. his presentation of conditions dn his Classical, and Business Scientific AS IT CLEANS Courses, Preparatory Bspartment, Jjtrg SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY homeland was followed a. few hours Swimming- Pool, Well Equipped later by submission to William B. Terms moderate. vviteon, Secretary pt Labor, ot a nroosreAZ2D Bro. Benjamin, Dlr. brief arguing that the Cork execuFourth andChcstnut. tive, now n the United States) on parole, bo (permitted to remain here 230 WES.T JEFFERSON. as a cFlolltical refugee, entitled unWatch Crystals Fitted 2o Main 113 der the law to admission without a City 985 Watch and Jewelry Repairing passport. Catholic ohurches, convents, paThe Eadius Jewelry Shop rochial schools and priests them408 SOUTH FOURTH AVE. selves are ohjects of constant out Next to Rex Theater AT FACTORY PRICES. Ireland, of Donal 0'Oallaghan, Lord Open Evenings Until 0 P. M. Mayor Cork, declared In confinPROTECTED FROM Easy terms. Phone us for free ing his statement before the com trial on our 1920 model In your mission ox me uommlttee of One , nvAsHrni.flin.fr Hundred 4vr home. n.ini Borne Phone, City 7804 in Ireland. Father Griffin, of Galwny. Eastern Ky. Block, $9.75 412-Cumb. Phone, West We repair any Bowing machine. he decln.nmi- hA twvn. .. ..v uwa ivineu .undoubtedly because he was known to Eastern Ky.Mine Run $7.50 & . J. C. DORSEY & CO. American .cwivuu mi inviiauon irom the commission investigating Western Ky. Lump. $8.25 HOUSE Irish conditions to come here to City 0059 give testlmonv." Trn:t,ji,. Western Ky. Nut, $7.50 AND 642 33. JEFFERSON ST BEET pt Cork, ho siald, was taken from a 1800 WEST MARKET STREET tram car on December 18 and ordered to write "To hell with tlio Geo. Miller, Coal Co. Residence Phono Shawnee 12 Rent a Royal Electric Cleaner Pope ' Refuslng, the Lord Mayor added, the priest was practically GLOBE SECURITY A LOAN OO stripped of his clothing and then Elevator and Yards 11xn fAn BaoorporaUi. Twenty-Sixt- h and Howard The T.nrd ...wv. iKivi ai. MarA. tnA vag A. Lazar, Manarer constant (mistreatment ofmere women, "West 040 Shawneoll Money Advanced on Your Plain Roc despite the usual belief they were 812 West Jefferson Street Immune from Indignities commlt- (Second Floor) wi ujr onuau nr He .gave names. nnfJ -- ""- rorcea" jnuiiien. . Home Phone City 2967. " vum ,. leged Instances of the killings alA of Q City 114. -.w.uc.., uuiu. iuu oia 01 women being driven from their homes In V SEB POOLEY FOR MONHY. night clothing without shoes. In Loans to those having regular one case, he said, a woman was wmii mi mum wi or salary, with no publicity held kneeling a ditch of water 1n r red tape. Loans to housekeeper! To HcIpYou With Your Gleaning an effort to inextract Information personal security. b their I'liono us flow. from her. Previous to the ibig fire in Cork F. R. POOLEY, numerous efforts were made to Courier-JournBeam 1, Building. burn the City Hall and other bulld-mg410 8. Fourth Street. the Lord Mayor said, especialIncorporated ly those thought to liave been used 333-33- 5 by Stan WEST MAIN ST. Fern clubs. Warnings Homo Phone, Shawnee 803 Worded verv tniirtli m-- itu. -- i City 13CMaln AfAw 'Ullv A113L1UIk1 sent by the Gftrmans prpceding tho iWHIMI, HENRY GOSS i Lwuvam, he M ma. Mr Mfe. mt oadltlea. Wit were received by citizens beforesaid, ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING the Designs & Estimates FarsJshod burnings. Copies of the notices Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted BLOW presented to the commission read: Asphalt Shingles a Specclalty xtremiely dangerous .to be WORKS livlirg on your promises at present." 2011 WEST BROADWAY Mechanical Air Engineers Manufacturers and Erectors ot LEXINGTON. DUST COLLECTING SYSTEM THE SHEPPARD MFG. CO. Famous Diamond Block and We Make a Specialty ot Pipe The society event of interest 'last Rogers Bros. Block, the Coal Incorporated week In Lexington was the marriage Work for for Stoves and Furnace. ?Ils.3 Holen Louise HEATING & VENTILATING Finn and ?, STEEL AND mON' WORKERS Wholesale and Retail. 644 EAST JEFFERSON ST. City 2028 South 2400 early Thursday morning at St 1612 WEST MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE, KY. Kiuia vnurcn, rainer tie Waege-gaer- e Homo Phone, City 677 offlolating. MJas KaJtherlna LOUISVILLE, KY. Flrn. tho bride's slater. Was the ma'd of honor, Fred Eirhcrn mm Steam Forglngs nnd Fire Escape the best man, and Martin O'Neil and Apparatus Oar Specialty C. F. Fritz were ushers. The bride wore a traveling suit of bcrwn cloth, JOHN B. RATTERMAN with hat to match. After a trin WM. P. BANNON through the South the couple will FUNERAL DIRECTOR make their homo la Lexington. PLASTERER CONTRACTING 2114 WEST MARKET STREET NORTON BUILDING NOTRE DAME. Qym-naslu- St. Xavler's College HOOVER Mi mmm Electric Suction Sweeper JBS&&BS c tori cttuucri. Phone, City 4300 Comb. Phone, Main S580-- A SHOCK ABSORBERS L'd Joseph Hubbuch Sr. & Son Dealers in Comf Service Station and Liberty Main S473 WALL PAPER AND RUGS FALLS CITY HALL BLDG., 1120.1198 WEST MARKET ST. ky: hassler sales co. Phones Cumb. West 295 Tafel Electric Co. City 2712 fiOAiri On VnraitTira. fil&mnnAH SINGER Sewing Machines Home Shaw. 105 oaal Property at lowert Satea 1a City PEOPLE'S FSOVZDXST ASSOCIATIOK 208 A a4a - SIMON P0NTRICH FLORIST Screened Coal ICEANDSNOW 8. B. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON rftl.RMiM Incorporated nrfTT.TiTMri w !. . Cut Flowers, Designs, Plants Twenty-eiglit- h and Greemwood, W o" uiiu-iuitui- bHIIIHbbIIibH V1 f IBlll w 1.111-- Frank Hartman Sons DR. A. H. EDWARDS EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT GLASSES ADJUSTED SUITE 218 FRANCIS BUILDING FOURTH AND CHESTNUT STS. Phone City 4720 x Hours 9 to 5, 7 to 8 p. m. 1 mktmBBBm DECORATORS 2- -J PAINTERS FRED. C'LOEMKER - r1 tmf mt- r-- tf-it. j x ,, FOURTH AND O STS i Jr., THE VERY BEST -- -- JOHN B. WATHEN runNrruRH aiovufa and PAOKIKO 680 South TweBty-BIxt- k BS. Shawnee 1936 Wtwt 1114 LONG DISTANOB HAULINa Hark RklMt, EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS We Boy Rags, Scrap Iroa, Metals, ,i - - - -- V mil V Rubber and Paper Stock LOUISVILLE WASTE MATERIAL 00. J. O. Pre. Jaool). Sec aad Vrt al Childers Elect. Co. KECO L. GRAUMAN OO. Incorporated Dealers la AU Xlaas of attio tor rtxtnres, Bate, Oub Migia-Htm, Snow C&aes, Oouatera, helving', WEST JEFFERSON ST. Home Phone, City 1109 LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 801-00- 3 .... u s, Etc ty TRY BORGMAN'S CHILE SOFT DRINKS, CIGARS, ETC. 1000 WEST BROADWAY . City 4540 Cumb., Main 490 Cumb. West 9366 Home, City 4990 E10 WIST 1C&X3T BTXBMT a Home Phone. w lttt LIBERTY "' JOHN ASSENT PIANO TUNER 1020 EAST BURNETT AVENUE Home Phone, City 8398 City 6910 PIPE iis PALACE CLEANERS & DYERS Incorporated' EXPERT CLEANERS OF LADDSS' AND GENTLEMEN'S WEARING APPAREL ARTHUR H. ROHMANN, Manager S. W. Cor. Third and Walnut Sta. Olty 866 COAL - - COAL Res., Shawnee Incorporated 1863-- L Sullivan Transfer Co. GENERAL TRANSPORTATION, TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND "HAYRmB PARTD3S" 1129 WEST MAIN STREET West 8S6 FRED ERHART ARCHITECT Oscar Farmer & Sons 1 , City Elevator and Warehouse Hay, Grain and Feeds OAAD3LY BROS. SUOB STOIUW The Home of "Quality Feeds" All Kinds of Footwear For the Whole Family Two HAMBLY'S H.B0SSE&S0N Funeral Directors BROOK AND BLOOM N. W. Cumb. S. 164 City 8380 Chas. S. Xrapp K. A. Xrapp Home Phone, City 7005 Corner Fourth and Jefferson CHICLED BY SOLDIERS. and Maimers. Telephone 1022 KRAPP'S MEAT MARKET Wholesale and Retail BBEF, 203 EA8T JEFFERSON STREET 600 B.BROADWAX Ki. VVVVftwM.,lVVVVVVVVVW VOJtX, VSAX, AND X.A3SB All Kinds of Smoked Meats HOMOPHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971.? J. J. BARRETT'S SONS! FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. L Sdd Bast JJkCalra. iVVVWVtVWVVVVlVWVfcV.VWV'A nrB3. THOMAS KEEN AN- ..lXJPtfJBAI DIRECTOR.. Olty 1529 WEST MARKET STREET !. h. vnwentim 4M Maim (M L.iD. xt.7i Fuueral Director and Embalmer LovwviLLa. BAX n The street railway service along the north quay was suspended. The center ot tho cordoned district in cludes Church street and tho place wnere Tne eoiaiers were ambushed recently and North King Btneet, the scene ot fierce fighting In the waster rebellion. A total area ot a Bquare mil la surrounded, anid the CATnOLIC FEDERATION. biggest raid Dublin has yet- experi been- under way. enced 'has Only The Catholic FedenaJtton of tne military have been engaged in County held side ithe cordon, and It Is believed ... uii 'uii.. viifvr Its annual meet- nun .dnrff. every house will be systematically wnen fifteen organizations i were searched, the raid lasting several The reports of the days. Hundreds of soldiers are and Treasurer were read and taking pant and field kitchens are plans for the current year were disproviding ithem with food. cussed.. The success of the Visitation Home campaign was the most WARNING. outstanding of the Ipir year, it was reported. The following officers Warning to the public to beware were Installed' President. P. J. of persons seeking contributions or First Vice President, H. A. subscriptions to magairtneB in the Vonderhellde; Second Vice President, name of the Knights of Columbus U Bornitraeger; Third Vice Presihas been Issued (by Supreme Secre- dent, Miss Cora Kennedy; Ftourtlh tary William, J. McGInley in re- Vice President; L. ' Mockey; sponse to Inquiries from various Fifth Vice PresWont. J.Mrs, Peter large cities. "Men claiming to be Camribelil; Treasurer, J. J. Hubbard; former service men are approach- Secretary, E. J. Cooney; OhaArman ing householders for subscriptions of the Executive Board, William toawrds K. ot C. college and night Wittenauer. schools scholatshlpd," he stated, "There da no uch thing as a conFORTY HOURS. ditional K. ot 0. scholarshlip. An man or woman either reTomorrow morning the Forty ceives a schoJarshSa outright or Hours devotions will be opened at nothing. Nooody la authorized to the 'hlh mass at St. Martin's collect money in the nmeof the wKh imnresslve oeremoaial. church Knighte of Columbus. There are Father Fel'on, the pastor, will Rev. dilocal orphanages and charities that rect the services, which wUI condifferent council ot the K. o C. tinue until Tue'.ttay, ami will be assupport, but the Knights hare not sisted by a number of the nrIes:tB authorised sollcitefclon of money for from' other oKy churches. The say purpose. All will open and otaee with ctafcmlM: KL of C. attthorlaAtlns mi procession ot the BJwotfed Scm- coBtmKtee & fraud," -- The wholo section of North Dublin was cordoned by soldiers and police Sunday night and Monday. Eddie Anderson, stellar end, was elected Can'a'n of Notre Dame's 1921 football team at banquet given the victorious Gold a and Blue SQU!L(1l t- -i AnrlAnenn enoA&mln Coughlin. of Chicago, an c'" latKitj. oia leaoer or tne "Flighting IrJih." Anderson rates as one of the greatest wing men wno ever entered the classic gates ,of Notre Dame. In addition to playing on t Notra D.iTn' s A . n cionai, ii w. has been a jjotent factor in tho M.1U a auceas in winning two con secutive Wesitern cbamplonsh1pj. All-We- Wst Phones 1 Shawnee 1243. Cumberland 179. INSTALLS OFFICERS. Mth and Portland. 18th and Jlagazine Storee Shaw. 171 City 71C4 122 N. FOURTH ST. AND 213 N. FD7TEENTH Thirty-tw- o ST. t a large attendance at ithe annual meeting of the Catholic Orphan So- 325 WEST JEFFERSON 8TRBOT ciety at St. Vincent's Homo, when DYERS AND CLEANERS President John B. Campbell and the board of officers for 1921 were InCALL FOR AND DBLIVBn stalled. The reports of the retiring Home Phone, City 1931 officers wore 'moat satisfactory and They showed a total Last Sunday aftornoon there was NATIONAL HATTERS Years Ought To Be Sufficient Guarantee For My Knowlodge and Integrity If It's For Sale Give Me a Call PINE VARBLE REALTOR AND AUCTIONEER 214 LOUISVILLE TRUST BLDO. -- - - Jef-fers- on I I applause for the retiring board. endowment fund of $17,000, 141 boys at St. at Thomas' Home and ninety-tw- o St. Vincent's. It is, expected, that in the near future plans for the Fourth of July celebration will be Inaugurated. wion Both Phone GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. !! Sec-rolta- ry UNUSUAL FILM PICTURE. Something unusual and extraordinary In ithe motton picture line will bo fcoen itomorroiw evening when Dow-Un- g: tho "Canonization ot Joan of Arc" at Rome will be shown on the screen at St. Xnxler College Gym. This Is the first, .time that a motion picture has been .taken of this spectacle, which the Catholic Art Association had the privilege of screening. His HallneU3 Pope Benedict XV, canonizing Joan of Arc, and actual' scenes showing the Vatican and St. Peter's will be irmoducod. There will be two .presentations at 6:30 and 8:15 o'clock. BARNES LYNCH. MIsa f Funeral Director , and Embalmcrf BOTH PHONES 810. I SOI THEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. MI M"H ! lUHHMlMImiHIIMHHHM DOUGHERTY & McELUOHi 1227 WEST MARKET STREJET, A. Barnes and Edward P. Lynch, Jr., widely known and popular In was solemnized Catholic clrolee, Tuesday morning at St. John'.! ohurch, In the presence of many of The marriage of Josephine the ceremony, performed by Rev. Pai'her 'Sohahnrnnu, the pastor, Mr. and Mrs. Lynch left Cor the East wihere they wJM spend their their friends. . Immediately Funeral Directors ti I Climb. Maia 21)081 after and Embaimersi Seme Cley )11 inm-t-tii- i BOTH PHONB)8. ft,u.,ii.p,i,t ln,;lirllw,tM. t . StitM 1 i i 11 MMit iwak iHLi.'. , 'xr" iCJEWtt'JL'JOOECV Lr URiaSJH AJSkEE&JIfclOAJSS:.. Bacon a son j We Qivc and Redeem s HERMAN STRAUS rounTM AVcmjf Wp8a,t vtcow&tArro S0HS MARKeT STREET J ' We Give and Redeem Qold Trading Stamps. Surety Coupons. A'BOTTI OUR DO rOtf JOVW BOYS' SUITS HOUSEHOLD CLUB PLAN? Purchasing A Convenient and Dignified Methoa of Household Requirements on Deferred Payments. of this Method r bbbbbVLbbbbbV .1 CUSTOMERS SURETY COUPONS ARE QIVENTO CLUB PLAN W""WWW3 High Class Furniture AT LOWEST PRICES. t Is Mi' Lace Gurtains and Linoleums. 415. 417 and 419 East Market St. are The oHtataadlag featsrea aay Ha cfmTealence to making purchases without considerable outlay of cash. The advantage of the Club Plaa daring oar various sales baying AT SAIiH PRICES. Whatever is the price of the goods to a cash ot a charge customer, that is also the price to a Household Olab Plaa customer. There is positively no advance. There are no "confidential arrangements." tt to conducted apon an open basis with a fixed ehedale of rates. The first payment and tho Monthly payments are the same to all. Marble Cake temptingly delicious made with $10 We are offering you these Suits at a very special price, just to adver tise our Boys' Department. These Suits are made of good woolen mate terials, splendidly tailored and fin- ished. THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW j nBr Garpcts, Stoves and Ranges, CAKE RECIPE (PART DARK) White Part 1 CJip granulated sugar and 2 1 teaspoon baking powder I cups of Arlstos Flour Whites of 4 eggs, well beaten) i& cup butter, well creamed t. cup water Dark Part' 1 cup dnrk brown sugar and 2 Yolks of 4 eggs well beaten cups Arlstos Flour cup strong coffee lb cflp butter, well creamed , 1 teaspoon baking powder MARBLE FLOUR t PI ST OS f S10 fca AbB mBBet MeJBftArBiftBBBfiBBBiABBArmBi Coffee Prices Lower offer our excellent lfos. for 51.25 Blend Coffee, 2 AVe 1- -2 This means only another decrease over the old price for this Coffee. This is the best Coffee for the price on the market. Give us a trial. r f IIJAMES GREENE V, To fill baking pan: Put a spoonful of the whlto on four sides, then a spoonful of tho dnrk between these; put white abovo tho dark, then dark betweon, etc. JOHN M. MULLOY 212 WEST MAICKET STKEET. Established 1888 Both Phones 1323 SWISS CLEANING-- 44W4 JOHN H. SHINE & COMPANY, DISTRIBUTORS Thl. Bbv Tr.de-M.rk 1 on Every Sack LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK j I II For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a total deposit of more than 13,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by tb people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. OF- MEN'S SUITS With Minor Repairs Free Saves Buying. Carpets and Ruga Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed. Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. t SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS INCORPORATED t Speaking la a Marlon church, President-eleHarding uttered tho following objection to the League of Nations: "I know ihow you were aroused to a great ideajl ot world rella'tlons, and how unhappy an any of you Woro that we all could mot see It that way. But you did not stop to think that In the conception of SISTERS REACH ORIENT. 0 VOLT 11 PLATE 320.00 Versailles .there was no recognition 0 VOLT 18 PLATE 88.00 of God Almighty. I could not hope The first group of Slsteils of 7 PLATE $39.00 12 VOLT MINIMUM WAGE LAWS. to come to Chdna, a party of six. for a very haippy relationship amonig IBLsbW. ,, O. B. Detroit F. who are members of the Order of nations unless there was a jcommon Divine Providence and come from thought among them in recognition A new minimum wago of $16 a That's All For Two Years Indiana, ar- of a Suipreme Being." St. week has been ordered by t"he Call battery guaranteed uncondi- rived at Kalteng, Hon'on. Province, i Tho only fornla Industrial Welfaro Commis tionally tor two years. Instead of "dJUBt-ment,- " early in December to establish a INTO ENGLISH JAIL. thus elimi- mission of the order and open sion for the women workers of that you get a new battery, pchools In Honan. The six Sisters nating all repair work. Bavld Kent.Sinn Fein member of State. The minimum wage for all were chosen from 300 who 'had vol- i he House of Commons .for the experienced adult or minor female You Can't Burn It Up Yoh Can't unteered for service in the Far East Division of Cork, was arrested workers Is now flG a week except Overstrain It They have arrived in China Tuesday. Bast. He makes the In certain unclassified positions in SERVICE AT Sinn Fein member of the which Just eighty years after the first the minimum wage for minor Crom British Parliament now Jin jalL camo S'sters ot the order Six A number of members ot the Irish Republican workers Is placed at $12. Tho France to America. day and boarding schools and a high Parliament are, now in the United rates for adult and minor learners girls will be States, two are on tho Continent are somewhat lower. In most cases school for Chinese 435 SOUTH THIRD STREET, LOUISVILLE, KY. opened by itho Sinters in tho coming and two have died, while one learners start at $12 a week and Indiana Distributors for Kentucky and Southern year. A dispensary also will be Dlarmid Lynch has resigned. gradually (progress to the higher Main 699 or Olty 8226 opened by Sister Mary Bllse, who scale of the experienced workers. is a qualified pharmacist. CHAPLAIN OF SENATE. , Several occupations are specified and awards were made for the disFather William J. Harrington, tinct groups. Manufacturing, merformer chaijilain of the One Hundred cantile, 'office, hotel, lodging house, Rev. James I. J. Corrlgan, S. J., and Fifty-firfield arHllery, and etc., canning, laundry and dry professor of social ethics at Boston now assl itant at St. Lulce's church cleaning and agricultural field work College, who has at heart the edu- of St Paul, has been oleic ted as received special awards besides the award for unclassified cational welfare of the country, sets chaplain ot the Minnesota State general forth ten reasons for rejecting the Senate. Members of tho American workers. The field of women Is bill, now before Con- Legion ot Minnesota strongly urged thus almost completely covered, jI Culvert Pipe, SWr gress. They are Father Harrington's electlon to the professional workers, trained nurses . laa far Steam CenealU, i.iMa Because It Involves the menace of chaplaincy of the Stato Senate. His and nurses In training being among !! Drain Tilt, VltrlHea Brie, Wall CvalafJ, a Federal educational bureaucracy. name was the only one presented the exceptions. ! rf via Because it destroys tho constitu- to the Senate caucui for that post. The argument advanced for minI lalmrf. Fir Brick VI. a ,. During the war Father Harrington imum wage laws lor women is tional principle by which rights Grata aaaleller Tile, Fire Clay, CManerTasi. !! to the States, or to the peo- served with the One Hundred and based first upon the ideas In Pope ! ple are Inviolate, In particular tho Fifty-firLeo s statoment In his encyclical on artillery m France. OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. the Condition ot Labor. Pope Leo educational Independence of the " MAIN S07. ;' said that "there underlies a dictate JEFFERSONVILLE. States. PHONES CITY of natural justice more Imperious Because education, which Is funNinth aa.1 MaaaalU. j I WORKS-Thirtea- nth aad Breakiarid. damentally local, Is centralized at The Daughters of Isabella of and ancient than any bargain bevilla had a largo meeting tween man and man, namely that tho national capital at Washington, WejjBjBBj rejBjBBitjpwBejyF-a- i rwwww-- wwv-wthus subverting tho whole tradition- Monday night, when offleers for tha remuneration ought to be sufficient Among the to support a frugal and al oducational policy of the country. year were Installed. I This dlctato " visitors present was Mrs. J. M, Because centralized and of Indianapolis, State Deputy of natural Justice more imperious education tends to become nrnxaiMs and ancient than any bargain "be"ossified" education; Involves the for Indiana. tween man and man Is founded echools In the national curse ot red upon man's natural dignity and tape, creates another army of gov KNIGHTS GO TO FRISCO. t value. Tho bounty of the earth is ernment employee ana guMtuutee annual intferaa-tlon- here for him to ue to obtain his The thirty-nkit- h the Federal official for the local su conTenWon of the. KaAgbite at final end and success to It on perintendent. term Is hlc right as a hueatteaaoiNU Columbus wUl be thekl i San Fran- Becauee it aeereoee U W M M. JtneklwMfet JSveaah Taea Mrt MM, SK ft M. Oath. man being. etfielency and would .throttle educa- - Iteco tb flrat iratok in August. en try they have found that sumptuary legislation la one of tho basic causes of discontent. "When the blue law Plant 009 South Sixth. OMco 017 South Fourth. campaigners announced their plan of proceeding through State Legislatures and bringing about another amendment to compel an eventless fiaiihath observance throughout the country, James A. Flaherty, ot Phil adelphia, Supreme , Knlgnt or tne Make your home hospitable and attracK. of C, Immediately notified the corps of K. of C. lecturers who aptive this winter by the the addition of pear before four million; persons lighting. during tho winter months to' oppose attractive and correct movement. FURNITURE the the 2,000 K. Under tho auspices of C. subordinate of PORTABLES, FLOOR LAMPS, LIGHTING councils lecturers conduct a united campaign, against extreme radicalism. Tho Knights have placed the blue law advocates in the same class with the Bolshevists as fomonters INOORPOBJLTBD of of discontent and disturbers City 897 American social life. The blue aia , C28 WEST JEFFERSON Main 1800 well as the red will be opposed In Crystal Electric Washer and Wringer. Universal Farm Lighting Plants. tho K. of C. national campaign against extremism. "They are both working towards a similar end," Supreme Knight Flaherty announced HARVEY-JELL1- C0 in his Instructions to K. C. workers, "tho Tadlcal change ot existing conditions without offering anything (IKCORPOR3LTJH constructive. Healthy diversion on Sunday is the plain right ot every the Service. The Company With the Coal and American citizen and the Knights of Columbus will do whatever lies Yards located at Fifteenth and Magnolia. Yard at First and A. in their power to protect this right. Reformers are Just as dangerous as Yard and Elevator, Fopo and Payno Streets. Bolshevists when tholr zeal Is not reasonably directed." Both Phones at All 1 ards. Because It will add hundreds ot The Knights o Columbus declare millions of dollars to tho country's staggering financial that blue daws are red. Now that alreadywholly unnecessary, burdens, useless the attempt to force blue laws Into for a the constitution Is being made tho and wasteful national department. Because it Is in reality taxing the K. of C. have decided to oppose the North to educate the South. movement because In their anti-re- d Because it would work grave inopen forums throughout the coun- OPPOSED BY KNIGHTS. tional freedom. PAMPHLET AVAR DECLARED. UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND Brighten Up Electrically! justice to the cohorts and teachers of Massachusetts and alii educationally progressive States. Because notable educational authorities, with no. personal Interests to be served by tho bill, seo in it a menace to American education. Because it Is not an American ideal, but a foreign Importation, wholly Inconsistent with American Ideals of freedom and liberty. Friends of our American schools are urged to write their Representatives and Senators at Washington to vote against this bill. -- ENJOY TEA PARTY. of the Good Shepherd Auxiliary enjoyed a 'tea at the convent on annitversairy ELECTRIC SPECIALTY COMPANY Yesterday afternoon, lot ithlls the ladies flBtih Eighth street, to celebrate tho COAL CO. and to meet the der. This is an annual cuttom and the occasion Va always pleasureable. A good musical programme had been arranged and all members and many of itholr friends were present, HARDING'S ct pirgamllzatiUxn Sisters of the or- REASONS. A pamphlet vir on Bolshevism and Blueism has been declared by the Knights of Columbus, who will print and distribute .millions of brochures dealing with the evils of To meet the demand for an ethical pharmacy, radical and puritanical extremism. where prescription work is paramount and merTho K. of C. locturers who conduct "open forums in all parts of tho counchandise side lines are unknown, we have try have discovered Intensive disopened for business, and invite your patronage. literature from semination of This literature several sources. usually takes tho form of cheaply printed pamphlets, each pamphlet containing dlges's ot Bolshevik docSUITE 3 trines. "We have successfully opby oral propa- Main 2426 posed Bolshevism FRANCIS BUILDING. City 1802 ganda In K. ot C. council forums," Supreme Secretary William J. declared In announcing the newest form of K. of C. activity; "but the reds have resorted to an intensive barrase of pamphlets, especially among young people. These pamphlets deal with all manner of what are considered extreme reforms, from birth control to veneerThey are suppleed communism mented by leaflets and pamphlets Issued by organizations of cranks who seek to abi'llah everything that anybody might conceivably derive KMBvexAvan. happiness from. There Is but one effective way to meet these tactics and that Is to fight the printed word with the nrlnted word. Wherever our lecturera conduct forums against 11 every brand of extremism we shall pamphlets are see that distributed to those attending. There is nothing religious in this propaganda, althougn it Is certainly aimed at Irrellglon and the moral anarchy of the red and blue agitators." $10.50 The first million K. J. pamphlets Wiltoa Jellico, per ton have been sent to strategic points Taylor Western Kentucky, per ton $8.75 throughout the country for Prescriptions Exclusively! ra-lic- SESMERS PHARMACY 439-44- Mc-Glnl- DON'T FORGET THAT GRAYV0N ALLMEN Sanitary Milk Co. 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