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Hon was to come up that night, that ho had Just dropped in accidentally, etc., otc. Then tho Innocent Mr. Searcy marched straight into the oMftiiED PHONE: HSMC M MftM Brery Drlrer an Efecort LIsyW Tufcak I Trawftr 1800 Incorporate It' VOLUME XLVI.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1921. PRICE PIVE CENTS. Among the declarations adopted at a conference of national and International trades unions at Washington, D, a, was tube following: s g aspire to bo more than numbers on tho books of an Industrial! plant, something more than coca In nn Iniliio. Sister of Late Lord Mayor of Cork trial system dominated by machinTo Skii"(1 Sunday in ery, owned and operated for profit alone. The workers .insist on be'Louisville. ing masters of themselves." Now tho Catholic teaching on the value of the individual before God safeguards the personality of the Will Tell Story of Ireland's Struggle He Is t ot merely 0 slave of tho at Holy Rosary macnlne nor a erg .n tho vast industrial system. Ho is endowed Auditorium. with immortality and Is called to an oternal Inheritance ir the kingdom MORROW J MISS M'SWINEY " . , , executive session of the Council members, which was .puzzling to man', as they know ho Grows reeved and Hert Boosters wasn't a member of tho Board, at least ho lias not been elected Meet With Awful Disappeople. one "Wo havo heard from the Herald pointment. from tlmo to time of bosses under tho Democratic reign, but no ono ever remembers or heard of a boss going into a secret conclave of tho Boss dies Searcy, Single Handed, people's representatives' to instruct them or even adviso thorn on how Decides Against Better Car to vote on a question pertaining to Service. public welfare. That Boss Searcy blundered Is shown by tho machlno organ's action, tho Herald censoring all mention of Searcy being present Prosperous Homo Phono Company nt tho secret session. After tho twenty-flv- o intermission minute "Wilt Have Master Tunc In Boss Soarcy let tho Councilmen Council. comie out and then they rendered his decision, that ho was opposed to giving the Street Car Company any relief, no reasons being given HANDY TABLES. for tho decision, which is the deKEYSTONERS' cision of tho Republican machine. In a nutshell tho Republican machine says tho public can not have Things aro breaking bad for tho better street car service or tho Republican party in Kentucky, and company can not have relief. At no wonder, our Governor, "Howdy tho announcement of Boss Searcy's Ed," gets peeved when Senators decision there was great applause Harriss, Nunn and Perry intimated from a section of the gallery and his that ho has tried to go back on spe- hisses and boos for the car company officials. A largo percentage promised word in regard to a by cial session of the Legislature. To of the gallery was occupied bogin with, the a. O. P. in this members of the L. & N. Car KnockState liasn't entirely recovered from ers' Union, and whllo they were the blow of losing tho State to the given largo raises and bonuses reDemocrats when all tho Test of the cently they aro orposed to car comcountry went Republican. Next pany employes receiving the same. Now another little chapter of hpw comes the Hert fiasco. A booster at .tho . banquet was staged Governor, Ballard the "reform" Councilmen, who are Lieu- so solicitous of the pepple's Interflour mills and our tenant Governor and near Mayor est. The Homo Telephone Company uncorked a. lot of sizzling addresses Is applying for a raise. Near Mayor eulogizing (the Tarmac King to tho Smith favors it, the City Attorney's skies, all violng with one another office drafts it, the bosses favor it In telling Just how well Tobe would and tho akids aro greased in Jhe tho measure to go fit in President Harding's Cabinet. board for Then the machine organ, tho Her- through without any trouble. Now ald, assisted by tho Bingham papers. bore's tho mystery. The Homo TelBpread on the event, the speeclis of ephone Company has approximately the flour mill boosters being given 15,000 subscribers, pays 7 per cent, wide prominence, whllo columns of dividend, and can sell out to tho sftuslve editorials were written de- Cumlerland phono tomorrow for an scribing the qualifications of tho enormous sum. Yet tho near Mayor Warden, and tho Republican bosses support correspondents of tho Herald and this gougo of the people, without Bingham papers were instructed to a word of apology or explanation. ray that people all over tho country But the Home, Phone Company subwore crying for Tobe's appointment scribers will not be in tho galleries to tho Cabinet just like children to cheer their decision, Just like cry for Castaria. the many little stockholders, and The Kentucky Irish American those who want good service aro Bald at the time that the smart not cheering the street car tare depolitical leaders of the Republican cision. Ask some Councilman why party nationally would not bo bun- ho supports tho gouge of tho Phone coed so easily and that tho Repub- Company and can't .eo tho Street for Car Company request. lican boss didn't have a look-i- n Again tho Press Censor Bureau the Cabinet. The prediction came true, Hert now sulking in his tent of the Keystone Police Department .and all the little fish Republicans comes to the front and we can j5nf'Biing" willr fear that Tobo- - will Imagine how hard Chief Petty and Director Carroll worked Bour on the party in the future, Business depriving them of campaign funds. this past week in trying to camTo add to their misery In this sec- ouflage tho work of the comedy tion It Is now .realized that Senator cops. Realizing tho awful amount Ernst and his manager, Maurice of criticism coming to tho Galvin, have decided to nam the for never catching any crimInternal Revenue Collector, the inals, and especially murderers, the United States Marshal and other Censor Bureau unloaded a table on Federal appointments, leaving the tho Times of "mysterious" murders Louisville Postmastership to Hert and compared a list of murder and Searcy, and they havo to dectdo mysteries of five years of Demobetween .three for that one Job, Her- cratic reign against two of the KeyPetty and stone reign, and at that the KeyChief man Monroe, Sheriff Ross all being applicants. stone administration led by a wide to our Governor margin. But that is not all of the But referring again, lie should cheer up at tho smooth work of tho press censors. applause and praise ho Is receiving Three abortion cases wore listed in from tho Prohibitionists, and his the Democratic reign as murders, bootlegging for which a Republican physician stirring card against and liquor law violations made a Was arrested at that time. But in Dry headers the Republican regime several murdecided Impression. aro behind "Howdy Ed" and know ders, with no captures, were conho is fighting hard to down liquor. veniently omitted by tho Keystone For Instance, the negro The official vote of last election bureau. just issued by .the Secretary of gambler at Twelfth and Garland Is State, should forever put a quietus not mentioned, nor the otuer negro on tho Senator Beckham politicians gambler at Hurley Pope's saloon. and supporters, who claim ho was Again Lewis Thomas, a negro, was robbed in tiro Eleventh, district. murdered in the fool room, First Tho ofilclnl figures show that ho not and Liberty, July 2. 1919, no aronly ran behind Gov. Coy, but ran rests, and Mrs. Connors, a negro behind every Democratic Congres- woman, on September 1, 214 LibOn April 1, 1919, sional nominee in tho nine districts erty street. where there was congressional con- Georgo Taylor, a negro, was killed tests. In tho two districts where at Hancock and Lampton, no arthere were no contests tho Seventh rests, and Oscar Young was killed Where Congressman Cantrell had no at the Junior Order Hall. Twenty-secon- d and Garland, March 12, opposition and Uio Tenth wliero the Democrats liad no candidate Beck- 1919, with no arrests. And these ham ran behind tho Democratic omissions are not all that the electors. This official vote eliminates Keystone bureau forgot to add in between table Beckham, Haley & Company from their comparison future consideration as Democratic real police and Keystonors. Here's leaders, and the party can look for- another funny angle. Chief Petty ward to bright prospects in- tho fu- has .two tables that aro worked ture with new leaders. And all overtime. In Blblo class lectures good Judges believe Kentucky will he always produces a table showing roll up an old tlmo majority this how few arrests wcro mado since 'fall with Loulsvlllo and Jefferson prohibition camo to savo tho nacounty leading tho way. Tho prop- tion, and when he is called on for er start is being mado diore in tho political propaganda ho always furselection of strong mon lor Novem- nishes a 'table showing tho enorber. For Mayor wo hear of W. O. mous amount of arrests made under Head, W. W. Davies and J. Wm. his reign. And incidentally he alMiller; County Judge, L. D. Greene;.. ways picks 1918 for that comparat Circuit Clerk, Frank Dugan; Coun-- ison when 100,000 soldiers wore inCMi.nrina "W. Mllllken: Cir Camip Taylor and about 50,000 r'.j othorwise. cuit Judges, Eugene Attklsson.i crease in population Thos. R, Gordon, Sam'l B. Klrby, Smooth work, eh? Robln-- . One of tho Keystone cops here Walter Lincoln, Harry W. pnmiMivMtih' Attorney. Jos. from the sticks for Just a short while went into a dairy lunch res Huffaker; and Police Judge, Mix. A ticket composed of taurant the other day. After sluing of the above calibre quite a while to be waited on some nnmineos would 'win enthusiastic support in one put the comedy cop next to getting .his own tray and order. November. he started be finished The" Republican machine finally When decided that it would not allow tho through the rear end of the res Street Car Company any relief, the taurant until halted hy tho man decision being rendered in person ager, who wanted to know where by Ohesley Searcy, Chairman of tho the Keyatoner was bound. The con Committee and sole said: "Whar do I wash my dishes7" Republican The measure He thought that after waiting on boss of tho party. was up for final action Tuesday himself iho had to go all the way evening and Boss Searcy said "no through the meal service. Our PIggly Wlggly to the requests of the car company widely advertised Of course the Board of traffic ipollceman who holds forth officials. 'Councilmen were .present, but the on Jefferson street, and holds up members could Just as well haye every driver with anything to give stayed at homo, saving light and away, was unintentionally lnsuitea other expenses in tho council cham- the other day, A miesseneer boy Soarcy cracked on a wheel stopped and said: "Can, Ringmaster ber. the whip and tho performance went this is all I kin give you," and ho Jake extended his cigarette butts. President beautifully. off Isaacs announced that a twenty-fiv- e to WANT CLUB HOUSE. minute recess would bo taken Tho St. Helena's dtecuse tho street car .fare question. the In the lull a representative of Mr. Club will give a popular and varied Kentucky Irish, American asked entertainment for the benefit of Searcy what he thought would be thoir mew club house next Monday Baxaction the probatole iwlUd of the Covneil. ntafct at Trinity Council Hall,young i7--. 0 that ter and Mprtoo. These . and women, are prorewlv and deserve from-Wto vea he dVdn't even mow cnt raw uw the upfrort of the pubMc. secret by-tho "Wage-earner- somo-thim- j SPEAKim OF VALENTINES wago-earne- r. - Reform" administration gives Louisville the highest tax rate and assessment in history of the city, Out-of-to- Key-stone- rs farm products, and food for the people, been totally destroyed, but according British report thousands of families have been rendered homeless by the burning of farm houses 'and city dwellings. To these losses (must be added thouMessage Committee For Belief In Ireland sands of cases of actual hunger, Industrial Unrest and the lack of sufficient clothing and necof Recognition of tho WorkCables Initial Allotments of essary mecjftjlnes and other thouer's Personality. sands of casedf physical suffering 857,000,000. due to violence and exposure. The lm.media,teiHBramnie of the A. C. R. I. Is to rush money to the perorganizations authorized to Will Not Ccaso Until the Workman Will Reliovo More Pressing Cases of sons and assistance in Ireland. distribute Is Studied as Human Suffering Among Irish Headquarters of the American Organism. Committee .for Relief in Ireland People. at No. 1 have been established street, New York West Thirty-fourt- h City. Judgo Richard Campbell, Secretary of the Committee, Is In Catholic Teaching Safeguards the Charles P. Sweeney has Situation That Must Appeal to The charge. Personality of tho Wago been appointed publicity director. Humane Instincts of People Earner. Everywhere. FATHER DOMINICK CRANE. AMERICAN WORKERS praise of being "a Just man," no less by his loyal dra:!on t his daily wiork than by his life of admirable virtue. In tho foster-fathof Jesii3 the worklngman of every nation wsesses a model of surpassing ex cellence. Wo do not associate the-name of St. Joseph with anything striking or imposing from a worldly point of view. Ho led tho ordinary, quiet, .laborious llfo of a man to duty and to tile care of a famtly. And yet he was a. free man. ho rejoiced in the liberty of a child of God, his was a rich and fully developed personality. Ho served his God and served the Interests of tho Child Jesus and tho Blessed Mother by ihis steady application tn that sphere of labor to. which Providence had called him. Catholic workingmen, can you desire a more worthy ideal than the Just man, St. Joseph? Where will you find such devotion to duty, such d and faithful with grace, as in tho life of this faithful guardian of Jesus and Mary? He Is your patron, your advocate. It would be folly to turn to other Idcal3 when you have this glorious saint proposed 'bo you as your model. Moreover, Christ htm- -' self sanctified manual toll and taught us all the dignity of common labor. What an Incentive to the Oatholtic worklngman to apply himself to his daily task In the spirit St. of the Divine Master and Imitating them, the laJoseph? boring man does not lose his (per sonality, but makes ot his occupato spiritual tion a stqjplng-ston- o enrichment and to tho conquest of the oternal recompense promised to every faithful servant of God. er ed of Goa. W.i ire couatcmiy reminded that all iiilior Is em-ilen- t and that It Owen Sullivan Wl Presldo and may become a inoi.iis for securing Meeting AVill Open at J1.30 his fternal reconi,eiit-c-. St, Josetflh O'Clock. was a wago-eaiiH- " aid merited tho LUNCHEON AT THE SKELBACH. I whole-soule- ' SELECTS IRISH COUNSEL. HEADQUARTERS ESTABLISHED. - -- Lo-ral- ne Tho American Committee for Re lief in Ireland announces tho dis patch by cablo of Initial allotments of .557,500 for the purchase or rooa, clothing and other necessaries to relieve immediately the more pressing cases of suffering among tho The committee was Irish people. moved to haste ' in transmitting funds bv receipt of urgent oippeols direct from Ireland, and by disclosure of destruction and privation con tained in tho report of the British d Labor Commission on Ireland, for the first time in full in the United States on January 19. On January 29 Clemens J. France and five American Quakers experienced in relief work in, Europe expected to go to Ireland for tihe purpose of definitely ascertaining tho means by wtfiloh most effective American releif may be extended to suffering among the Irish civil Lan papulation. This unit whs wont m with units of English and Irish Quakers now engaged in relief endeavors, and wnta the irisn of which Lawrence Whlto Cross O'Nell. Lord Mayor of Dublin, is the Chairman. The following Is a cablegram received at the headquarters of American Relief Committee on January 19: "Thoroughly reuresentotive Na tional Relief Committee of the Irish White Cross, Lord Mayor of Dublin Of Chairman, already working. funds received half seat to Bishop MacRory (in charge of relief work in Belfast), four hundred pounds to Quaker Relief Comimitteie, bal ance to National Executive. National Committee will consider reconstruction plans and communicate with you later. Large sums required ifor tbls. Immediate estimate impossible. Suggest sending wddlfitonal ten tihousand pountfcvto National Committee for Immediate relief. Suggest sending twjo or three representatives of your committee to work with Irish White! Cross." The Executive Commlititeo of the A. C. R. I. feel that more than sufficient evidence of the need for immediate aid for Ireland from the United States is contained dn the account of destruction, and mlsey compiled by the British Labor beaded by Arthur Henderpuo-llsheCora-missio- the most beloved and widely known priests of tho Louisville diocese bos passed to his reward. His sacerdotal labors so faithfully performed covered a period of four and fifty years. Held in the hlghesth regard, love and esteem by many hundreds of friends among the clergy and laity, tho announcement of his death. Which occrured at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth's, was received with proFather Crane was found regret. born in Lolusvlllo in 1848, and received his primary education in this city. He was ordained In I860 and shortly afterward was sent to Bards-towwhere he acted as an Instructor at St Joseph's College for several years. Whllo at tho college he taught many men who are now Louisville priests. After leaving St Joseph's, he eerved at Lebanon Owensboro, Shelbyville and LouisHe was assistant pastor of ville. St. Patrick's church in this city for a numbor of years. 1894 his health became poor and ihe was sent to Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospltall, where he would not be called on for strenuous duty. Father Orano celebrated his golden Jubilee in 1917. Right Rev. Bishop O'Donaghue and Vicar General Cronln had. charge of the funeral, which began with the offico for tho dead Monday morning in the hospital chapel, followed by tho solemn mass of requiem. Monday afternoon tho body wa3 taken to Nazareth and Tuesday nrornjng was told to rest beside that of his brother, who also for many years was a priest of this diocese. n, ' In the demise of Rev. Father Dominick Crane, for twenty-seve- n years chaplain of Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, this city, one of n, son, hr-be-Ji- t- m hand investigation of conditions ftn the stricken country, This report reveals a situation, (that muab appeal to the ihumana instincts of civiliaed People everywhere, Irrespective of Individual opfaJoaa as ito the menirta of the conflict between the Government of Great Britain and the IrWh people. Not aJmnie have scores of faoberiea wthteh employed thousand of irorkerB, and. hwndreda of oraant-ert- e which provided market tor wftkfh recenWiy mad a. first- The Stato Department's action in ordering the deportation, of Donal O'Callaghan, Lord Mayor of Cork, for entering the United States without a nassnorit, set a precedent which may bar Iirsh. political refugees from the United States, if fol lowed by the incoming administra-tio- n It is understood tho British Government will not issue passports to Sinn Felners, or advocates of the Binn Fein cause. The plea made in O'Callaghan's behalf that he is a political refugee is" not taken seriously by the State Department as it ha never been claimed by O'Callaghan himself that lie ie a refugee. The difference between) O'Callaghan and the Polish and Hungarian patriots who sought asylum in this country ie asserted by olfftcaJs to be that- they actually came here for refuge and never sought to embroil the United States with another nation. Donal O'Callaghan, Lord Mayor Monday of Cork, was by hk couneel, Judge Joseph. T. Lawleac to 'immigration authorities at Norf&Mc. A "earafftti.'e certificate" to Mm, aud it was said WM that Ove eoukl Mp abroad a foreign-boun- d vaaail at hfci convenience. - LORD MAYOR'S CASE. imd The provisional Irish Ropubllc has selected Frank P. Walsh, former Chairman of the War Labor Board, as its legal counsellor in the. United States, according to a. letter written by Mr. Walsh to Secretary of State Colby and mode public Saturday. In describing the purposes of tho appointment, Mr. Walsh said In his letter: "I shall represent tho Government of Ireland In all matters in which it may bo oencernod before the departments ot the United States Government, committees ot Congress, courts ot law, any council! or association of nations which may hereafter be established and any other body or agency, before which that government may desire legal repreIn a statement given LABOR. sentation." DIGNITY OF COMMON out with the letter Walsh said ho would work continuously "for recognition of a republic whose struggles In the preamble of their famous have aroused the world." reconstruction programme the rep- RECOGNIZE IRISH REPUBLIC. resentatives of the British Labor party stato that they regard the At tho regular meeting ot the prtvit war na thA "culmination and Assembly comccfiilapse or a distinctly industrial Trades and Laborrepresenting e civilization," which they will not posed of delegates unions of Campbell and .to reconstruct. The English counties, held at Newport, a Kenton seek delegation laboring man lias expenenceu x.roe .from' the American Aesoclat'oo system, and bo bitter fruits of that Recognition of tho Irish he cries "away with it," and ho for the were present, and upon perfrom mission by the chair the assembly looks olsowhere for escape economic and 'Industrial slavery. was addressed by Dr. Thomas J. And In other lands the cry was Connolly, Persldont of the George In the declaration of Washington Council, of Newport, taken uip. labor organizations as well as In who spoke In favor of recognition of the recontsruotlon programmes of the Irish Republic, and also took ocfha (.hiinrhRa fhorn was the same casion to thank tho assembly for to strong, determined opposition courtesy their official paper, tho wlhat had become a system ot in- the Labor Herald, has always shown in dustrial slavery for a vast portion dealing with the Irish question and of the wage earning class. items bearing on Strange teachings' of history.! publishing newsDr. Connolly, Harry Following What bad been 30 often and so tliat. V. Dill, President of the Trades earnestly advocated by Kotiteaor In Iabor Assembly, spoke in favorand of Germany. Vogelsang in Austria, de the Irish Republic, requesting the Mun in France, Vermeersch .in forwarding its members to assist and by Popo Leo XIII., and cause. Resolutions in then introso scornfully rejected, was duced by William were Dgan, Vice always J. eagerly accepted by a world President ot the Assembly now and tired and disgusted with1 the evils Fourth Vice President of the Kenregime based upon tucky Federation of an Industrial of Labor, and was upon tho might of tho strong and great sponsored by James Sheridan, Clar These the power of wealth. ence F!,t7enborger. Catholic (social reformers taught ac-a and James M. Corbln,William Prout and upon bewas not social doctrine which money-ma- d generation ing put to a vote of the members ceptable to a the resolutions were unanimously and to on ago hardened by after which a large teaching. They insisted on adopted, of the assembly Joined the Christian Justice, supplemented by American Association for the Rec Christian charity, as the foundation ognition of the Irish Republic. stone In every righteous social orBut they were toughed to der. VOLUNTEER SERVICES. scorn. Now that the terrible world-m- n Hi.or ljm.U Mia deaitlh blow to the Nurses in the senior class of Mul unrighteous system of a purely "in Louis, in aro lanphy Hospital, St. peopio dustrial civilization," of glad to listen to reason amu oven charge of the Daughters have Charity volunto accept direction, from sources they of St. Vincenttodo Paul, to care for Ireland teered to go. do releif work among sick In the many protests that have the poor and destitute, if their servand voiced by leading sociologists the been Sister Qhryeos- and students of Industry since the ices aro requested. of the hospital, declaration of .the Brit- tom, - Superintendent memorable ish Labor party, there is constant who- was 1n charge of the New Or Italy during emphasis on. the tact that from now leans nursing unit in sureriora for "personailfty" of the .laboring the war. has asked her on the to man must bo respected, and that ho permissioncorps head the Mullanphy Hospital whenever ,the call will no longer bo regarded eltlher as comes. Rev. Peter J. O'Rourko, a Blavo of .the machlno tor a cog in rlastor of St, Mark church, wishes the industrial wheel. unit to Thus In an article in "The Amer- to accompany the Ihoapltal has been chaplain. Ho Ireland ican Journal of Sociology" on "Why leading as movement tor the rolief a Men Strike," wo read: "The work d been, of modern tradesmen, craftsmen and ot the Irish who have tliedr homes or deprived of laborers Is so specialized, so devoid by the British campaign, in Ireland. of tatntois'Ic initerest, that tho workman finds no incentive to work INNOCENT MAN INTERNED. the pay ho roctoivos. . . Tho present industrial unrest will "ndt Poader Carney, who wrote the cease until thtt workman is studied "Soldiers Song," and tho Sinn Fein ae a human organism with tho in flite work besides the pay national anthem has been interned Camip, County Down, pose in mjod of giving him some at Ballykinlar charge against him. There was no he reoeivee." fifty-fivBel-glu- Tho story of Ireland's tragic struggle will be told thrlllingly tomorrow afternoon at a public meeting of Ireland's sympathizers to bo held In Holy Rosary Auditorium, Fourth and Park, and to be addressed b( Miss Mary MacSwiney, s'ster of the late Lord Mayor ot Cork. It is Miss MacSwiney'a first visit to the South, her tour being planned to cover half a dozen cities. She camo to America several weeks ago with her brother's wife to testify before tho American Commission on conditions in Ireland. Miss MacSwiney will arrive In Louisville tomorrow morning, coming from Lexington, where she will' address a similar meeting tonight. She will be met by a reception committee composed of Col. P. H. Callahan, Judge Matt O'Doherty, Owen Sullivan and Miss Mary Corcoran, and taken to tho Seelbach. whero she will be entertained at luncheon. Owen Sullivan will preside and call the meeting to order at 3 30 o'clock, when Judge O'Doherty will introduco the speaker. Rev. Patrick Walsh has arranged an excellent inpslcal programme, and Rev. John O'Connor is Chairman of the committee on hall arrangements. leave for Miss MacSwiney will Knoxville at 8:15 Sunday night. MIs3 MacSwiney was a constant attendant at the bedside of her brother during his death fast in rrotest against English tyranny In Ireland. She had long been closely associated with him in his efforts to ndvance the cause ot Irish freedom. Probably not one ot the Irish leaders could better tell tho story of the English effort to throttle Irish lib- -. a; erty. Her story wIlL message from the dead Lord Mayor Necessarily it will bo himself. graphically and forcefully told, as Miss MacSwiney Is a brjllls' speaker, of rare stago presence and a facile gift of expression, Her story Is gripping, as sho was very closely In touch with tho lato Lord Mayor MacSwiney in all his activities, and companion! she was his constant during his Incarceration in Brixtoil prison. She has been actively cor nected with tho modern Irish movJ ment; she organized in Cork tlul Irish Women's Council, which camel Into existence to help the Irish vol-- 1 unteors, "In defense of the rights and liberties of Ireland." Eduoated at the U.rsullne Convent in Cork, Miss MacSwiney graduated from tho National University and received her teachers' degree at in Cambridge. She has taught Franco and has traveled in Belgium, paying a short visit also to Miss MacSpain and Germany. Swiney has followed her profession as a teacher sinco '90; for several years she was a lecturer in a tra'iv lng school tor high school teach ars. In 1916 sho founded St. Ita'e High School in Cork, a venture which met with Instant success. She has always been Intensely Interested not only In educational matters, but In all questions affecting women, She was active In suffrage societies In Cork until the national question became acute and the Declaration of Independence of tho Irish Re- public franchise to account of her educational activities Miss MacSwiney was made a member of tho governing body ot the National University in Cork last January, Col. P. H. Callahan, Judge Matt O'Doherty and Chairman Owen Sul livan havo generously voiunieereu tn defrav tho expenses of tho meet ing, at which a purse will be pre-- j sented to Miss Macswmey. gave women and men. equal On SACRED HEART RETREAT. mate-rfaAl- st Timothy Murphy, years old, of Hobokem, twenty-nin- e ijer-centa- ge dtoem-ploye- vested In the habit of the Pasalonisf Order at the Sacred Heart Retreat. Tho ceremony consisted ot vestition. and benediction of the Blessed Sacrament, with Father Bernard) Brady officiating. Tho two novices, now Brother respectively as known Michael and Brother Godfrey, will wear the habit of tho order and at the Retreat one year before being admitted to religious (profession. Brother Godfrey will study for tho priesthood. Brother Mtclteel formerly was a Second Lieutenant in Company C, 161st Infantry, and saw The order or service in Prance. was congregation ot Passiomlsts founded in 1737 by St. Fault ot the Cross. The Sacred Heart Retreat, or Passion 1st Monastery, is on ot the congregation's six institutions in the Western Province. In the morning the Feast ot St. Agnes, patroness of the chapel attached to the Retreat, was celebrated by a solemn high mass and panegyric on the saint. to-si- do twenty-on- e, ot Adams, Raymond Denver, last Sunday afternoon were N. J., and ex-col- flt pur-mter- ert VISIT ROME. O'Reilly, of Uiiooki., s preparing to sail from New York on February 5 tor Ids "&A limtaa." He will 3o bead a Vielt to Rome. pilgrimage that will rteft the .principal places ot inteneet in, Europe. AVTLL Bishop &fei.'.'j&JiJ. .. . v .& 3uta . - jeoa52iMJo.i3r,5r xj&jL&m jjajxiuL3jBLtA. benefit or St. William's churoh, afPUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. ternoon and evening. aad CthoHci church February 2 St John's lo tht Sodl and Moul Adviaoement ol Irish American annual (festival. Trinity Y. M. I, by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's Officially Indorsed Hall, afternoon and night Institute and Catholic Knights of America. February 3 Social by pupils and CO., Incorporated Publishers teachers of Cedar Grovo Academy, KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PR1NTINO aiternoon ana ovening in Acaaemy KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. OOJHNO EVENTS. January 31 Lunch and social for 0tJ r MKerDiOTinNPDlCR ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. SINGLECOPY 5c hall Entered 1,700 New Shareholders Owning t th to Loulivllle PottoHlce i StcoHd.CUn AMERICAN, TT. TTZ Mutter. February 4 Social for furnishing new Visitation Home at Louisville Atfrm AH evictions tt. KENTUCKY HIM 311411 Wt UfrrtiStmt. I ".1"? Mpi5ffffffi) couNcjt-f- r ( SBtSCg LOUISVILLE, Y SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1921 Club. Fobruary principled enemy as always. Awakened America can more than over. sympathise with Ireland when they entertainment and oanidy pulling, afternoon and night, St. Cecilia Hall social of February 7 St. Paul's church, Pleasure Ridge Park, at St. Helen's Commercial Pro-Lent- en BRITISH LARCENY. his efforts to towns and villages where like and commendation for pictures hero' bring clean moving Albert D. Gregg left Tuesday to searches were carried out Thus people, children Visit his brother at Montgomery, Ala. poor people have been and educate the thousands of eajiecially, to tho better class of art' Miss Margaret Conroy, of Clifton, doprlved of the means of iprovldtng wiui dure. in. In the silent drama. Keep the chll- - spemi o.no woeK-en- a on First street. for the wants of themselves- and from the Pickford, dren Famine virtually their children. vUle Mahoney has been banks, Chaplin and other divorce follows the trail of these uniformed u'oney a't Now Hope. upholders of law and 'order. Even cuurb rollers. ..... no Miss Marie Cecilia O'Brvan left worse Id the condition of the men ,ngt wJek fo Mlhrauke0i it as a source oi regrei shoi In the concentrado camps, many of American statesman has the courage n.Jll accept a (position, thees having been deprived of their and manhood to demand that some-- l Henrv Kustea. Highland, Park. Customer-ownershi- p shoes and coats and hats by the mil- thing bo done to stop the brutality lias .returned from California, where itary. "What the sufferings of those of the British savages against the he spent several months. poor (fellows must be, exposed as helpless Irislh people. Captain and Mrs. S. S. Wheeler Oh, for a they are to the Inclemency of the Roosevelt or a Senator Vest (nee Rawloy), are visiting relatives of Capt Wheeler at Macon, Go. weather, no tongue can tell. There Is, however, no weakening on itlhelr Mrs. Mattlo Dant has returned Tn liAlnlnir to save ithe starvine -r daughter, Mrs. part As soldiers of the Irish Re- children of .Central Europe, don't'- -, ... .... public they can die but will not sue forgot the distressed of Ireland Mrs. Josle Van Hose Hagan and for mercy. The order to shoot any Give something and give it prom Miss Sara Scally are visiting in person found dn possession of arms ly. Customer-ownershi- p Savannah, Jacksonville and Tampa. after tho time gi,ven .for the surMiss Catherine Burke, of Jeffer-- ' . i. mt ..ftt. Wonder If the blue law advoca render of thoso arms has not BuiivuiB, j'uieruiiueu ii uio nuitms brought a single shotgun Into tho will allow the man that passes the Club, of Louisville, Tuesday even designated repositories for such collection plate to rest on Sunday) ing. Ed. Wolfe has a now audience to things, the peotrPo will not acknowlexplain his vlesw on tho League of EVENING SOCIAL. edge Britain's right to . disarm Nations to a little boy arriving at them, and tho terrorism wMch la Next Tuesday night there will be his home Monday. Misses Salllo Roberta Thompson the Government order of the day an interesting social In St Peter's does not seem to have any effect on Hall, Seventeenth and Garland. Tho and SImone Thompson, of Prestonia, Margaret prepar were .guests of the spirits of the people who ar committees ibave made extra provide Shealey on Sunday. Miss this range dances and hurling and foot ation fortime affair and will Mrs. John F. Ootken has returned' a good for thoso present ball matches Just as If the British from Martinsville Springs, very much improved .from her recent atSARTO CLUB MEETS. Government never existed. What tack of rheumatism. can the Government do with such Tho Sarto Literary Olub met Mr. and people' It has tried and Is trying Wednesday at the homo of Mrs. returned toMrs. Frank McGulro have Chicago vledlt to every species of savage cruelty Ja'mes Russell, East Oak street. New Mr. and Mrs. Peterafter a MoGuIre and known to 'human devils in all ages, Albany. Tho exercises were inter- Mrs. J. V. Fletcher . and thoso (present and has .failed signally to crush esting dellgihjtiful evening. enjoyed a John J. Furey and Mary Gather most Ine Grant headed a hiking party the spirit of the people or compel wnich went out the Brownpboro a semblance of acquiescence in tho FLORIDA CROWDED. road Sunday afternoon. rule of the stranger. There seems Mrs. Alex McGulro and grandCol. J. II. Haagor, who Is so to be ndw but one or two courses of journing in Florida for tho past daughter, Mrs.Arkansas, are YlsMng open to the Government, namely; to fortnight, will return to Louisville Mr. and John Tuggles and murder all tho ipoople or get out. next week. He writes that the other relatives at Highland Park. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Doyle, of largest number of tourists ever in Which shall it be? South Florida are now there, and Chicago, and their two children are Tampa and St. Petersburg are over here on a visit 'to Mr. Doyle's parGOUGING AND HONESTY. ents, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Doyle, invest-me- nt run with Kentuckians. West St. Catherine street. old game of catch as catch The Mrs. Theresa Gulllano announces AVORTHY PURPOSE. lean Is now being played by the engagement of her daughter, With the object of furnishing the MLb Gladys Antoinette Gulliano, ,to to pay the debt of similar Tho wedding Kactlos of labor during the war. Now Visitation Hiomo a social villi Pater M. Gargotto. uooujajjii' Anpi-ixou uoa3 Vq will take place February 3. Resentment Is natural and retalia and evening in the Louisville Hot .Mr. and. Mrs. William J. Norton tion quite human. There may bo and the ladles In charge extend an announce tho engagement of their to everyone who is inter- daughter, Miss Dorothy Norton, to a time for one and tho other, but Invitation Sisters and Harry Morris, of Chicago. The wed suerly, now of all other times, pay- ested in helping the up in fitting tho new ding will take place in the spring. ing off of scores Is not only bad, committeeFourth avenue, near home on Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Donahue, of but it is (positively suicidal, Capital Jeffarsonvllle, announce Uho engage -did not fare badly during the last ment of their daughter, Miss Grace WELL REME.MBEREI) HERE. five years, and if labor fought for Donahue, to Fred A. Belius, Louis wedding to bo February 2. its share of the big profits when McCarthy, ville, the Mrs. Mary Sullivan Father Damian of St Mary's In (Incorporated in Kentucky) opportunity was at hand they did aged eighty years, widow of Charles for years a well dustrial School,of Baltimore, and John neither more nor less than those McCarthy and Jasper College, InYork Wilson, known more comfortably situated. Tho cry away resident of Louisville, passed dianapolis, have returned after a last Week at her home in Chiof labor to smash capital was hoard, cago, her funeral taking place from visit to Ma. and Mrs. L. A. Blan-forCrescent Hill. but aftr all from a minority. And the Church of the Immaculate Con was She a native of Announcement is authorized by now employers nave taken up a sim ception. W. Donahue, and Sneem, ilar cry and in many Instances are was the County Kerry, Ireland, and Mr. and Mrs. J.the engagement of ot mother of "Michael C. banding to smash labor. Tho op- Dennis R. Sullivan and Mrs. Mar- their daughter, Miss Grace Donahue, to Mr. Fred A. BeMus, Louis portunity Is now in the hands of garet Goodman. ville. Tho marriage will be Feb capital, and the violence which ruary 2. FORTY HOURS. they once so' severely condemned Eighty-tw- o to Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Rosier they are tempted to adopt A crisis Beginning with the solemn high left Wednesday for Washington, D, is certainly at hand. Unemployment, mass and exposition tomorrow morn C, to attend tho meeting ot tho They will smashing of prices, readjustment all ing tho Forty Hours Devotion will Chiamjber of Commerce. Heart church, go later ito Philadelphia to visit Still what bD 1ie,u at Sacred suggest drastic mptlinds Soventoenth and Broadway, directed their daughter, Mrs. William Craven must lk reasonably expected from I.by Rev. Father Patrick Walsh, tho and Mr. Craven. employers? Now that suffering Is pastor. Tho dovotions, which aUvays Mr. and Mrs. John McGulro. 321 d about to (be the share of all, why attract .large numbers to this church, Whitney avenue, Oalcdale, until Tuesday. rying out ot tho longest hit in cre at dinner Mr. and Mrs. BABE RUTJI'S PLAN. not make ithe opportunity one of will continuo be assisted by Father priest Thomas McGuire, Walsh will ation will begin. high confidence and partnership? friends from other churches ot the Mrs. Ruth McGuire,ot Boston, Mass., tho (Misses Mary Babo Ruth this summer will bat Possibly of all othor times this is diocese. PURIFICATION. Elizabeth and Martha Tucker, otf a baseball from Baltimore to San Come In and See Us For Your South Louisville. Francisco, clear across tho conthe best to establish good will and BORIS CHAPLAIN'S FLAG. Next Wednesday fa the day on Visitors from Louisville In New tinent, it the learned Btaff ot scito eliminate graft violence and entists volunteering to make cal- which OathoUcs piously commemYork the Irlast wek were AND FANCY CANDLES At tho foremast at the Italian Mirsu J. W. Bushnell, Mrs.Mr. and culations lor the Knights of Colum- orate the purification of tho Blessed WAX, B. H. liner Pesaro, on which Arhcblahop Allen, Miss Martha Allen, Mls3 Ida bus pronounces the plan feasible. Vtngdn Mary. Religious orders and Hayes, of New York, took passage Loesser, ENGLAND EXPOSED. HOLY NAME BUTTONS 25c J. J. Burke, William R. Babe Ruth, who himself is a associations have prepared to burn foT Europe, was a blue flalg wltlh Cavln, E. R. Dumesnil, Thomas Knight, desires to follow the recent a Y1&1 L1Eto tor flv dayfi' Hurting merchant white cross, emblematic ot His Keeley and C. II. Porter. appeal ot K. ,.,,, Gibbons for The disclosures in tho Grace's rank of chaplain general .npport oTito i mate- rmarina investigation once again in the Avar. Archbishop Hayes an Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sadlo, who this cT,,o tiwi St proves how greedy John Bull tries nounced that one tnurpcuie of his wore married at St Louis Bor- more. He wants to appear before wo will Join to a great national e week, are1 spend129 SOUTH FOURTH STREET. by ifalr or foul means to dupe the visit to the Holy See was to present land's church last . Supremo Council of the K.ot , Ur Queen ot M. A. McGee, President. his report ol tho work done by tlho ing their honeymoon in St Louis, C, but he will UU UIUUUU to do so . , , United States. It developes that tho Geo. H. Naber, Secretary. go to and on their return 'homo will Marine Catholic clergy of the United States housekeeping on Brook street. Mtes personally, as the council meets in """ ""K""" '"?l Mercantile International in the war. He has been gathering, Au- f ,522 ,,n-American cor- compiling aid writing ithe 'facts in Catherine Franey and John J. Jor- Ban Francisco the first week in THE NAME KENTUCICY & INDIANA PItODUOTS C03D?AN1' MEANS t Company, a gust, at which time Babo is sched- ttnd poration operating more than forty this report ever etaco the comple- dan were attendants at the wedding. uled to be puncturing the right PURE PASTEURIZED MILK AND DAHtY PRODUCTS Mrs. John S. Schwab and children, field ,fonrA at J10 Pnlrv fimnnds. So PrOBpomy. He la also hips under lease from the Shipping tion ot demobilisation. Mary G. and John S., Jr., loft Frl a plan has been hit upon whereby Board, had entered Into an agree- to make his visit ad llmina. ON ERIN. BB VALEItA Jeoirgia, Babe can do the next best .thing day Xor Fort Benmlng, A ment with the British admiralty to where they wi'lil Join. Lieut. Schwab, bat a hall Tight into the It of C. PIONEER AND VETERAN. message to the people of Ia pursue "no policy injurious to the who is Instructor at the infantry eupremyj convention The customer will know that you watch his interests if you sell from the . n was grounds ot his old Mrs. Schwab atVrdaryEai? BrKtoh merchant marine or British Iteml Jeunesso, eighty years old, school there. formerly Miss Anna Mae Kelly and more. The ball, it school in proves Vofa. 1C. & I. PRODUCTS contracting carpenter and Civil War the plan trade." The head of this veteran, died Tuesday afternoon at is wU known in. Louisville society will he specially, con-- 1 PU.'JC--, eaysi among ub ' e American company confessed before his residence, 813 Cawthon street. circles. FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERS etructed, to contain in Its center the' enough? to barter away that the Senatorial committee that all Among the buildings ho helped to Mrs. Frank E. Flaherty, who 'has brief speech, written to Ruth's ase wli,ch our noblest have given matters ot dlpute would be left to erect are the St. Boniface church, been spending the past month with handwriting, that he would like to UP ltho'r llvc. . Though the moment KENTUCKY AND INDIANA PRODUCTS CO. the Sacred Heart Retreat, the First her parents, Mr. and the Knights. Babe will th Lord High Chancellor of Great English Lutheran church, the Coun- M. Hfgglns, 110 East Mrs. William make toball and It widl be relayed ana tno worm unneeaing, Incorporated Burnett ave hit the something for ty Jail, Tfete Bratafei. confident of final the Louisville & Nashville nue, left Thursday for Minneapolis, aqroes the continent by thousands caln dellber&toin euccesB and ,wlth JACKSON AND FBHR AVENUE BOTH PHONES 4262 us ace the let American etttseas to ponder ores'. railroad office building, id former where she will spend several days of Knights of Columbus to be or-p1 ? think would receive Gov. A, E, Willson's residence &t before returning to her home t ganiaed for the atunt It te eatl- - ne ready to ltn republic. Let us Who do be endure whatever may During Falls, Mont. her mated that RECORDS OF SERVICE. PROOF CAME QUICK. decision between. Amer- Fourth and Magnolia. Mr. Jeun-css- e Great Mrs. Flaherty was sobatiUkied could, relay 150,000 men and boya the OB .T3wry w auuio, w served the First Kentucky Reg- visit the ball ever the entire ican Mid. British, shipping interests iment during the war between the fct a number 'of receptions and three thousand miles, and In desert for thoe coming after us the price-ies- a Diocesan recojxte of CalthoUc serv"Legitimate boxing clubs should boon ot permanent peace and by two parties given. In ihar ihonor.. vrhtm the Lord High ChanceHor ren- States. and mountain country obliging loHe is survived ice in liberty ot their not be confused with the overnight conflictsthe world war and all other comotive crewmen could catch and Becuirtty In the The attmvt of daughters, Mrs. A. R Hueper and dered his vsvdkt? in. which the United Stattes .clubs which have been, deluging carry the ball through ,aifftouRIeg. native land." OEDAK GROVK SOCIAL. paffteipaed, i ibe irecordeid and to ssiss the Germau' afeips, Mrs. An tone Doetteahoeck; two. uouuviue vmn a Jot .01 The hall wtH probably make atop unartea hows, Fnx A. Mid pampMet Irtoh twbHwhed ta1 permia&eBit hoaers." Kentucky MB CAKNATION DAY. her effort 4 evade (payment ot the Jmwiewe, wd 4x graadeMklren and A social will b given tuUku Abe at different cltlea to be ralAyed on town by the Department trf Hfcrtor-W- al Ameriean January 22. nwideh.lfclm.' Hts MMpieM of itb Oedr Grove Acad- IU Jong trip by )m Majrara. An war loan Do America, and her three Reeorda ot he NaWonlal Caib-oU- e "The DttloBnBrewn fight a big TMa SaAurAay to CanMttem day, aooa am the dopaatar oateulaite the Thuradur mora emy iwvtia aad t aharp neat took m yellow Jmm is wltte wewrt LoaiavlUe War Coutwat, aeeordter to a n&eo, Jn afternoon mod' rfatar. M time rMakrad, lor .49j atuot and ae daaigaatedaarti I heaor ot Pfidtainit atace and revivalheld la bojotog." Lenta Bertrwad oimreh, of ine St. aaseuneemaat made by D. J. Sjwa, 9VJaUaWza oAjk of ia If iinnl .the f awakened Amarfoaa jo Mm feat Wad Um tro ot on of tib pioaaer tfca automy faH, TWrtr-Mwhich .he head ot the daparaseait. I John Bull it tbs mam Mttor and no- Rudd the atraJn - Tho house to house search of a Urge area In the Iheart of Dublin reailcv the character of 'her op- - Ing. conducted by British soldiers re- presjcr. solved ltselt in a species of whole I'LUAN PJOTURES. sale larceny inasmuch as the soflidiera engaged In it helped themselves to Brother Benjamin, Superior of St. the money and valuables which they Xavior's College, deserves support a Tho same ds true of the found. 8 Tacky party by St Philip Norl Dramatic Club In wind thorst Hall 8 to 11 o'clock. social of February 8 St Louis Bertrond church debtev--and building fund, afternoon and Pre-Lent- en $1,000,000 Seven Per Cent Preferred Stock Receiving n- SOCIETY, ii $70,000 aw Fair-Dova- 11 j- - Profit Sharing Dividends Annually. ... I $ I -- ,ti j i rs with its plan. " You will see the answer boiled down to a few words in the headlines of this advertisement These are the results of a period of about thirteen months. When the plan was started there were already 1,300 or 1,400 Louisville citizens owning stock, bonds and notes of this organization. So today we find upward of 3,000 Louisville citizens are financially interested in the great properties which supply them with the daily vital necesities of electricity and gas. The money invested by our 1,700 new shareholders has gone into additions and extensions to the properties has stayed right here in Louisville, and put to work in useful public service So placed at work this $1,000,000 earns $70,000 a year for the people who invested it. The earnings are paid to them by checks mailed to their addresses every ninety days. If you are looking for a really safe, dependable paying 7 per cent as regularly as the clock ticks you sh uld get in touch with our Investment Department. find people questions as to "how the WE Louisville Gasasking manyCompany is getting along &. Electric i Louisville Gas and Electric Company 311 d, West Chestnut Street Telephones Main or City 2182 Years of Consistent Returns the Investor. entor-talne- CANDLEMAS, FEBRUARY 2 STEARIC f,;i T..ioi gr so-call- ed ,?'"' gJJJ?- jJl ,, . ROGERS CHURCH GOODS CO. ap-th- "tti ..tto jja,, ..l"."'" J"" J $" BUTTER SPECIALTY Balti-.re,la- nd , ' , 1 wk "?. ffimfl-n--- nam-aaa-egg- s furl rt vie bt nt Wd-IMftd- ay , LSU''dSTffca H rtmr " fiagarajOBnr iiisdec AXtfCEtxtTCAi MACARONI EGG NOODLES SPAGHETT MISS MARY M'SWINEY Sister of the Lord Mayor of Cork, Who Died in Brixton Prison, London, Vand V mens FURNISHINGS gs408W.MARKET ST.$S QLOU I i PENDBNNIS A. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. 4503 mi Inc. SVI LLEJO AH tjpL.KJVJ H1 Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and Oldest Bank in the State. National Banh of Kenfuchy FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. "YOU'LL FIND IT WORTH WHILE" TO BAT IN A Will Lecture on Sunday, January 30, 3 P. M. Drs. Harrison and Strassburg' Wo Sink a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. Wo Uso All Modern Appliances In tho Elimination of Pain. AT HOLY ROSARY AUDITORIUM, 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET aftd Park Avenue,- Fourth Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. Phono City On Conditions In Ireland No charge or collection. Everybody welcome. ANNIVERSARY Phono City 4503 1 HMmfflimw 111 muiiiBmn i 4 '1 LEWIS DOUGLAS MORTON STRICTLY FRESH OF ORDINATION, I Incorporated THE HOUSE OF QUALITY AND QUANTITY Variety of Hot Dishes, Pastry, Homo Made Pica, Cakes, Bleat 19 SOUTH FIFTH STREET Standard Dairy Lunch House EXCELLENT COFFEE OCEAN FISH With the Tange of the Ooean FRESH SHIPMENTS RECEIVED DAILY Try Our Celebrated Bay State Haddock f i. In Middle- of Square PRICES REASONABLE - STREET 004 SOUTH FOURTH Near Broadway PROMPT SERVICE as education that Ire joor prepare them for Ufa 1)071 CORNS,BUNIONS tefmtaf MdAbatmtl Halls SclUflca nrlU TmM Litsey Uriah 1U W. Broadway, SoalarlUe, Xy. HEALTHFUL Chirepadlst Conducted by the XaverJ&n Brothers. Scientific Classical, and Business NUTRITIOUS 507 Courses, Preparatory Department, Large KEfc&dS&kw Starke Swimming Pool, well Equipped Gym ECONOMICAL iw&Wff&m?mam &rv Dr. Z. Si. Xavier's College Finnan Haddies Ocean Salmon Schmltt, of Howardstown, was and tho Rev. A. O'Shea, of Now Hope, mlaster of ceremonies. The Rev. B. J. Wight, of FJnley, preached tho sermon. A turkey dinner was served at noon by tho ladles of the congregation. Father Hogarty received congratulatory messages from clergy and friends located at all points In Kentucky. PICTURE CLASSIC. ct Tho Rev. W. P. Hoganty, rector of St. Catherine's church, at New Haven, has Just celebrated the forty-eight- h anniversary of hla ordination to the priesthood. Tho day .began with solemn high mass, at which tho Rev. W. P. Hogarty was celebrant, the Rev. J. A. Hogarty, of Lebanon, was deacon; tho Rev. E. sub-deaco- n, OMEGA CLEAKING, DYEING, HUBER HAND STOKER 25 PER CENT. COAL SAVING. Combustion Engineering and Furnace Repairing City 8381 521-2- 3 COURT PLACE Main 1050 liaiaimwBiavaimxmsiBliSMSISSSi Horn PRESSING. REPAIR WORK. Mrs. Nellie Broderick. Prop's. All work called for and delivered. Hats cleaned and blocked. "All we ask is a trial." 426 E. CALDWELL Phone City 1419. ST. M (gsp for Front ttnSRtaf Phono, City 4300 Cumb. Phone, Main 3580-- A Joseph Hubbuch Sr. & Son Dealers in ASK FOR Tkti TmtTtt$ SHOCK ABSORBERS Service Station 2d and Liberty Mnln S473 Dh!U1 nasium. Botk Pbo?M Terms moaeraie. Bro. Benjamin, Dlr. Weekly Savings Club START SKE THIS KG NTH WITH Watch Crystals Fitted 20c Watch and Jewelry Repairing THE The Radius Jewelry 408 Shop South Louisville Bank Fotarth and Central Avenue CALL US FOR SOUTH FOURTH AVE. Next to Rex Theater Open Evenings Until 0 P. M. "The Victim." a nine-adrama, a wonderful motion picture classic and announced as the most intense BAY STATE FISHING CO. ly gripping photo-pla- y ever produced, will bo presented at 6:30 and 8:15 o'clock tomorrow evening Wholesale and Retail. nt St. Xavier College Gym. "The 224 West Jefferson Street Victim" la a story taken from actual life, Interwoven with a beautiful Opposite Jefferson Theater romantic them of love and sacriCity 9010 fice. This depiction of friendship, of love, of devotion, of sacrifice, of heroism, of triumph, transcends any portrayal ever witnessed. EWING'S DAIRY cjSeri CaneM till Car 1. 2712 WALL PAPER AND RUGS 1126-112- KY. HASSLER SALES CO. City Vlioncs FALLS CITY HALL BLDd., 8 WEST MARKET ST. 0&H1 en furniture, Diamonds and other Property at loweet Bates in 01ty Per-ton- al PRODUCTS PURE WHOLESOME SAFE. Home Shaw. 105 Cumb. West 295 PSOTOS'S PBOVTDEHT ASSOCIATION SIMON P0NTRICH FLORIST Cut Flowers, Designs, Plants Twenty-eighl- h Incorporated COLEMAN BUILDING S. B. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON 208 SINGER Sewing Machines City GOGO NEW ORLEANS. Oil and Grease FOR ALL PURPOSES Kentucky Consumers Oil Company -Kentucky Louisville --- Homo Phone, City 7804 Cumb. Phone, West 412-- W Frank Hartman & Sons HOUSE PAINTERS 1800 WEST MARKET STREET Residence Phono Shawnoo 12 GLOBE 2- -J AND DECORATORS JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED The big drlvo for the erection of a DJocesan .Seminary In Now OrAT FACTORY PRICES. leans' Is a success. Over $800,000 Was been subscribed, land with more Easy terms. Phone us for free than 75 per cent, of the amount trial on our 1920 model In your sought In hand the decision was homo. readied iby tho Campaign. Executive Committee last week Wo repair any sowing machine. the drlvo until tho full to contlnuo sum of Is realized. The entire J. C. DORSEY & CO. campaign so fair 'lias shown that THE fe and Greemwood, w -- HOOVER Electric Suction Sweeper IT BEATS AS IT SWEEPS AS IT CLEANS DR. A. H. EDWARDS EYE, EAE, NOSE, THROAT GLASSES ADJUSTED SUITE 218 FRANCIS BUILDING FOURTH AND CHESTNUT STS. Phono City 4720 Hours 9 to 5, 7 to 8 p. m, M IrtrWt Km , FRED.-C'LOEMKE- R'j tfrCJ Mrf. TW. tfcu 4 j FOURTH AND O STS 00 THE VERY BEST established 1820 - Louisville, Kj OFFICII OUTFITTERS -- STATIONERS PRINTERS SECURITY & LOAN GO InoorporaUd. A. Lazar, Manager Money Advanced on Your Plain If ou 542 E. JEFFERSON ST BEET Rent a Royal Electric Cleaner aroused as never before as to tho neces-Jitof erecting a Major Seminary there. y Catholics of that cfity thnve been Tafel Electric Co. 230 WEST JEFFERSON 113 BASKETBALL. JOHN B. WATHEN ruRNrruRH moving and PACKING M. 680 South Twenty-Slx- t Shawnee 198b West 1IS4 LONG DISTANCE HAULLNa Mark SalM, Fres. a. v. jaooDi, EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS We Boy Rags, Scrap Iron, Metals, STORAGE OF AUTOMOBILES NIGHT AND DAY. 812 West Jefferson Street (Second Floor) Homo Phone City 2967. BEE POOLEY General Repair Work, Cleaning and Polishing. FOR MONBY. Go. Kentucky-Indian- a Automotive Loans to those having regular incomes or salary, with no publicity Broadway at First. Home Tel. 3063 r red tape. Loans to housekeeper! a their personal security. Shoes For Every Member of the F. R. POOLEY, Family Beam 1, Courier-JournBuilding. Homo Phono 3906 41S S. Fourth Street. al Mackin Council and St. Xavior City 985 Main College are In the lead In the Catholic Basketball League, Bertrand, Knights of Columbus, Trinity Council and the Vernons following and giving 'promise of being strong contenders early in the second halt of the season. Each team has a loyal PROTECTED FROM following and interest Increases with every game. AMERICAN CARDINALS. Rubber and Paper Stock Screened Coal ICEANDSNOW $9.75 $7.50 $8.25 $7.50 LOUISVILLE WASTE MATERIAL 00. WEST JEFFERSON ST. Home Phone, City 1109 LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY 001-00- 3 Beo. ana Tr L. GRAUMAN ft CO. Incorporated Sealer tore ' ana FRED FEIGE & SON UNION MADE To Help You Homo Phone, Shawnee 803 With Your Cleaning Phono Us Now. Incorporated SHOES AND SLIPPERS 431 EAST MARKET STREET KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE HENRY GOSS ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING Childers Elect. Co. 333-33- PARRAKEET Mineralwatcr & Grocery Company Incorporated Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted Asphalt Shingles a Spoccialty 2011 WEST BROADWAY 5 WEST MAIN ST. City 135 Main THE SHEPPARD MFG. CO. Designs A Estimates Furnished States shall have four Cardinals .hereafter, and that Archbishop Dennis J. Dougherty, of Philadelphia, and Ardhbtshop of Chicago, aro tho most likely candidates. There la a vacancy caused by the death of Cardinal Farley, of New York, but Arohblshop Hayes, the elevation of of Now York, is regarded as uncertain because of the short time lie has been an Arohblshop. Mun-detel-n, It Is understood tlho United the Poirio Unas do-cld- ed Eastern Ky. Block, Eastern Ky. Mine Run Western Ky. Lump, Western Ky. Nut, Geo. Miller, te, Show Cowiten, Hhelrinjr, Kto. BIO WIST UATtr ITU1T Home Phono. ,.Utr 18(8 Bbim, Fixture, Caaee, Caen In All JOada of mttlo Xefla- - TRY BORGMAN'S CHILE SOFT DRINKS, OIGARS, ETC. 1000 WEST BROADWAY City 4540 Cumb. West 9366 Cumb., Main 490 Home, City 4990 JOHN ASSENT PIANO TUNER 1020 EAST BURNETT AVENUE Home Phone, City 8398 Jr., Coal Co. West 040 Elevator and Yards Twenty-Sixt- h and Howard Shawnee 11 PALACE CLEANERS & DYERS Incorporated EXPERT CLEANERS OF LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S WEARING FOR THE BENEFIT OF YOUR KIDNEYS DRINK PARRAKEET MINERAL WATER Parkway 405 Both Phones 2406 Incorporated STEEL AND IRON WORKERS 1612 WEST MAIN STREET Home Phone, City 577 LOUISVILLE, KY. LIBERTY BLOW Manufacturers and Erectors of DUST COLLECTING SYSTEM We Make a Specialty of Pipe Work for HEATING A VENTILATING 644 BAST JEFFERSON ST. LOUISVILLE, KY. BISHOP SECURES EDITOR. PIPE WORKS Mechanical Air Engineers Bishop Gallagher, of Detroit, has secured tho fiemiices of Scannell O'Neill as editor of tho Michigan City 6910 Res., Shawnee 1863-- L APPAREL ARTHUR H. ROHMANN, Manager S. W. Cor. Third and Walnut Sta. City 866 Sullivan Transfer Co. Q. Ctv REUTLINGER & CO. Adolph TORNADO, Steam Forglngs and Firo Escape Apparatus Our Specialty CaUholic, which he purchased a year ago. Editor O'Neill, who la well known in Catholic newspaper of circles, ihas been loditior tho 11. GENERAL Incorporated Routlinger Catholic Columbian at Columbus. Ohio, and will hring experience and ability Into his MEETING new1 position. FIRE INSURANCE LIABILITY AND PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET WM. P. BANNON CONTRACTING AT CHICAGO. KECO Mxarkm CO. VI J ! PLASTERER HLB0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. BROOK AND BLOOM City 8380 Cumb. S. 154 K. A. Krapp FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N. W. Chas. S. Srapp Home Phone, City 7006 gather attend a meeting of the department of education of fho National Catholic Welfare Council, which lias .been summoned there for that date by tho Most Rev. Austin Dowllng, of St. Paul. many parts of America In Chicago on February wiM 2 to Arsh-blahoipi Distinguished educators from jet. "a Jb City Elevator and Warehouse Hay, Grain and Feeds OAMBLT BROS. SHOE BTORBS The Home of "Quality Feeds" All Kinds of Footwear For the Wholo Family Two HAMBLye TRANSPORTATION, TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND "HAYREDB PARTD3S" 1129 WEST MAIN 'STREET West 866 Oscar Farmer & Sons- - , J1ITW CTVp. ft Jtaa w. Vn4 otti tot B iiVo ttmn. IT. Hr M n. ar aka r NadUlM. to ll 26th and Portland. 18th and Magazine Store Shaw. 171C City 7164 122 N. FOURTH ST. AND 21S N. FIFTEENTH ST. Thirty-tw- o Years Ought To Be ficient Guarantee For My Knowledge and Integrity Suf- ERAPF'S MEAT MARKET BEEr, Wholesale and Retail SOSX, TSAX, aHS 3JAMB All Kinds of Smoked Meat 203 BAST JEFFERSON STREET Corner Fourth and Jefferson f NATIONAL HATTERS 32C PROMISE FINE SUPPER. WEST JEFFERSON STREET If It's For Solo Glvo Me a Call PINK VARBLE REALTOR AND AUCTIONEER 214 LOUISVILLE TRUST BLDO. 600 Telephone 1022 EJ. TSROAJOWTATyc: JOHN VVfcVVMVkVVVkVWVkVVVVVVVvVVVVV5 HOME PHONE 88 .CUMBERLAND MAIN 3D71.y J. J. BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. 4 Monday afternoon and evening on entertainment will be given In tho school hall by the ladles of St. William's congregation. Thirteenth FUNERAL DIRECTOR and Oak streets, to which they Invito Supper will be all their friends. 2114 WEST MARKET STREET served from 5 to 8 o'clock and those In charge promise an excellent meal. Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland ' SEEKING DE VALERA. West 1 179. B. RATTERMAN COAL - - COAL Famous Diamond Block and Rogers Bros. Block, tho Cool for Stoves and Furnace. Wholesale and Retail. City 2028 South 2 100 DYERS AND CLEANERS CALL FOR AND DELIVER Home Phone, City 1931 Both Phones DIABOLICAL. A 822 Bast Main (Street. THOMAS KEEN AN 1529 WEST MARKET STREET ..FUKBRA1V BIRBCTOKi.. Ky tlil, J &ffl KMa aiit-- 7 sensational arrest anil nn fiO 'tar it Is difficult it And n parallel, was made by military on unnscmas eve in. tno town of Counrty Tipperary. Rev. Philip Hlckey was, will hearing confessions in the parish church, taken out of the confessional and removed to the military barracks, Where he Unas been etneo detained. No .charge ihas, so far as tho (public aro aware, heen formulated ncalnst him. Five other Irish prfesta wore uion in, cusroay, viz.: lie v. M. J. Oonroy, Kllmoona, County Mayo: Rev. J. J. Glwrn. nnimXrui. County Sligo; Rev. J. Roddy, County Roscommon; Rev. P. n. jjwanunay, uaimn, joujuy Kilkenny. Two of these have been tried by hut eentenco baa not been yet promulgated. Which Tom-plomor- jA e, O'Ceallaigh, representative in Prance of the Sinn Fein, on Monday "CAPT. OROSSBONES.' refused to confirm or deny reports received In Paris from London that ,V Eamonn do Valera, the Irish Repu This (popular opera Is being re llcan leader, Is 4n the French hearsed under the direction of Rev. ital. Father Dawklns, O. P., by the same cast that acquitted themselves so CONTAINS BAD FEATURES. creditably lost year in tho "Lass of Limerick Town." It will be given bill has heen after Easter under the auspices of The ohanged somewhat, but it still con- the Young Ladles' Sodality of St? tains the same objectionable fea- Louis Bertrand church. tures that caused Catholics to oppose It In the first place. CATHOLIC FmST. iSoan Smith-Towner GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. I Funeral I Director and bio. Embalmeri ;;both phones i SOI THEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS, Wets-tpor- SHARED 111., THE PROFITS. Glen-arm- Breo-dogu- e, court-anarU&- l, Funeral Director aad Embalmtr TiT-T- ii L. D. BAX MHVLION WOMEN MEMBERS. . cuafTjrtnr loomve-lm- , ki. The enrollment of one mil Eon Individual members and of every u&uouc women's argao&aiHoai In Ui United States by 1922 te itfee aim 'with which the NaKSoHM Ooua-c- ll of CatlholSe Woma luot the new year. divided among their respective churches tho profits of a successful! course of weekly lectures and entertain menjts w'hiah ihas Just been completed after continuing The lectures since last November. and entertainments were given' 4n tho Methodist dhurch ami ,were attended by Catholics and Protestants of thte community. Glenarm is a village of about 250 Inhabitants, in the centai of a farmtog district. Tho lack of wholesome entetftaln-mtefi- ft was felt by the jteopia and M was proposed that a of 'lectures would reeuM la beeeAe to sM. CathoMcs and Methodists of ., Tho first American soldier to be killed in service and on duty in the World War was a Catholic, John of Pennsylvania; the first ! o nicer to be killed was a Catholic, Lieut. William T. Fiteslmmons, of Kansas City; the first sliell fired was ;: by a Catholic; the first medal of honor In tha iNavy Department was won by a Catholic, Patrick McGono-ga- l, of Youngstown, Ohio, and a Catholic was In the first three to he : killed in trench service, bis name being Thomas F. Enrlght, of Pittsburgh. The last iifo given, Just a few minutes bftfore the armistice went Into effect, was that of the Rev. Lieut Wfflltem F. Davitt, of Holyoke, Mam ))) DOUGHERTY & McELUOH 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Funeral Directors and Embalmers! rSil BOTH PI02VE;3. HV.S rOOB tt rfi oaao juBtfFrroKrxr i'StttHI Mil It J xj&x&ra ajsoo&j&x&axz ' i fTU"11' jjBACONasoH f - Incorporated We Qlve and Redeem iurety Coupons. xo ycw jovo W sor7 ow? HOUSEHOLD CLUB Payments. PLAN ? i m Apple Dumplings with a crust of real good flavor made with pH BAKED APPLE DUMPLING RECIPE cups sifted Arlstoo Flour 2 heaping tablespoons rounding teaspoons baking butter powder 1 cup milk 1 lovel teaspoon salt Sift tho Aristos Flour once, then measure! add baking powder and salt; sift three times; rub In lard with fork, and lastly, add milk. Toss on n board mid roll out a little less than a half-Incthick; cut dough In rounds large enough to enclose a small apple. Peel apples and core; place apple on dough, filling cavity of core with sugar, a dash of cinnamon and a small piece of butter. Press dough over apple nnd bake In a moderato oven. 4 2 wcll-uourh ,, g.,, ette)g '".iaMMBaBMMMMMHanm I HERMAN STRAUS rouffTH Avenue vcapaArea SONS r markct STceT (. "9 m w i 1 We Qlve and Redeem Qeld Trading Stamps. BOYS' SUITS! Convenient and Dignified fllethoa of Purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred The oatataadlag feataree of tW method are aay Ma cosTeaieace la maklBg parchases without eoaalderaale outlay of cash. The advantage of baying ea the Olab Plan daring oar various galea AT FT,w PRICES. Whaterer la the price of the gooda to a cash or a charge customer, that la alao the price to a Hoaaehold Olab Flaa eaatomer. There la positively no advanod. There are no "confidential arrangement." It la oondncted apon aa open baala with a fixed achedale of ratea. The first payments and the Monthly payments are the aarae to all. CUSTOMERS SURET.Y COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN JiftAoliettrftfl3lttfrttt1fr't-i-'H-4-4-4 $10 I I High Class Furniture AT LOWEST PRICES. FLOUR DISTRIBUTORS uncle of Rev. T. L. Crowley, a former Prior of St. Louis Bertrand'a church. RI5T0S lard 'or This Ttadt-Mar- k on Eiety Sack We are offering vou these Suits if at a very special price, just to adver- ;; use our Jdovs' Department. These ii Suits are made of fiood woolen mate. jl terials, splendidly tailored and fin- ;; ished. ii THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW Ik ! i a j Blataf Jiff tSSaffm -- Coffee Prices Lower Wo offer our excellent Wow0-Blend Coffee, 2 2 lbs. forV 1-1 $10 aiBaffja5 ff)P iflB uO Lace Curtains and Linoleums. 7 an( 419 East Market St. Garpcis, Stoves and Ranges, iar,'BaaaafefcakJlr'AiL This means only another decrease over the old price for this Coffee. This is the best Coffee for the price on tho market. Give us a trial. - vaSstto fmfiT r IJJAMES GREENE 41 K A JOHN M. MULLOY 212 WEST MAKKET STREET. Both Phonos 1323 Established 1888 JOHN H. SHINE. & COMPANY, 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 built by the people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. SWISS CLEANING -- OF- as COLLEGE Mesdames Joseph R. and William An outstanding event of the ing summer will be the celebration P. Kelly were hostesses at an inKECEXT DEATHS. St. formal tea In honor of Miss Stafford Carpet and Rug. Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed. of thea centennial of schoolMary's boys for 'prosperous McKenna, of Fairfield. Those presleads and pleases. Swiss Dyeing Sunday afternoon the funeral of ent were Mesdames Leo J. Michael, and young men, in Marlon county. This section of Kentucky, Including Mrs. Bridget King. 1519 West Fred A. Bauer, Jr., George Sullivan, To meet the demand for an ethical pharmacy, Nelson, Marion and Washington Broadway, was held from Sacred Linn Boden, Leo J. Schulten, C. C. counties. Is tho cradle of Catholicity Heart church, of which she had English, W. T. Cook, Joseph E. where prescription work is paramount and merINCORPORATED In this State, and several centennials long been a faithful and exemplary Pitt, Thomas A. Gllkey, Clevcs Rich chandise side lines are unknown, we have have been celebrated, with many member. Her life wa3 one of pa- - ardson, Joseph R. Kelly, William P, Plant 009 South Sixth. OHico 017 Soath Fourth. moro to come. Plans are being tlence and and Kelly; Misses Stafford McKenna, opened for business, and-invityour patronage. by her many Madeline Baldwin, Mary Baldwin, made- for an elaborate three days' she will be missed celebration, beginning June 7. it is friends. Thus a noble 'life has Catherine McChrty, Ethel Greeley, will 1m- - j ended, but her good deeds will live Mary Ross, Margaret Ross, hoped that all Olga mediately send their names and ad- - after her and keep, her memory Klein, Lewellyn Relsert, Lillian drlesses to tho Rev. Michael Jag- - alive in the hearts of those who Baumgarten, Relsert, Adelaide 3 SUITE lowicz, President of St. Mary's Col- -, love and mourn for her. Sho was Corlnno Elizabeth lege, or Thomas C. Manother, 500 the widow of Michael King and Campbell. Breltensteln, your home hospitable and attracMake Alain 2426 FRANCIS BUILDING. City 1802 building, so that In- - mother of Miss Julia King, teacher Miss entertained tive this winter by the the addition of may be sent them. St. 'In the Girls' High School; Miss a merry Elizabeth Blven Thursday of vitatlons tacky party Mary's was opened In the spring of Anna King, Mrs. Mary Snyder, and last week, tho make-up- son bolne very attractive and correct lighting. by tho Rev. William Bryne, Mrs. Ulysses Overstreet, and three comical. Among those present were 1821 its first President. It was sons, Hagan, Lillian PORTABLES, FLOOR LAMPS, LIGHTING FURNITURE who was by one man, amidst dlfllcul- - King, James, George and Thomas H, Misses Susan Agnes Roby, Werst. founded Voleria Link, Elizabeth appalled alties which would have The friends of Mrs. Jennie Boyie Doyle, Mary Rautenbush, most any other, and for twelve years Burns, beloved wife of Christopher Fern French, Catherine Clary, ElizaFrancos it was sustained by the Indomitable Burns, a highly esteemed member beth Blven; Messrs. Sam Doyle, energy of one man. Father Bryno, of St. Louis Bertrand parish, were Forst Elliott, Matthew McDonald, INOORPORATBH) being President, was grieved to hear that In passed Russell Biven, William nu. onrr. soleaddition' to disciplinarian, sole prefect; sole to her great reward. she had early liam Grluln, Bernard Werst, Wil She died Roby, j Leo 528 "WEST Mnin 1800 treasurer, and at nrst almost sole Monday morning at her home, 1025 Cover. professor. Three times within ten South Seventh street, after a ions Crystal Electric Washer and Wringer. Universal Farm Lighting Plants. Miss Margaret years tho college was destroyed by Illness suffered with resignation and the last gatheringConnell entertained of her card club iNconroxAVflBx Father Christian fortitude. Besides fire, only to rise again. her In a most hospitable way. Tho Bryne died, after a visit to a sick husband she Heaves a brother, membors present were Misses Helen woman, of the cholera on. June 5, Matthew Boyle, Pittsburgh, and two English, Mao Flynn, Inma McLaughHARVEY-JELLIC- O 1833. Martin John Spalding, after- sisters, Mrs. Charles Colburn, Los lin, Elba Miller, Isabelle English, wards Bishop of Louisville, and Angeles, and Mrs. Margaret Shea, Agnes Burke, Kate Connell. ii (INCORPORATE) later Anhcblshop of BaHtimore, was Louisville. Funeral services were Members of Miss Ella Miller's to be enrolled. held Wednesday morning with re- oard club (passed a really enjoyable tho first student During the first ten years of Its ex- quiem high mass at St. Louis evening when they were entertained The Company With the Coal and the Service. istence the college gave instruction at her homo. Her guests were MesA. either irartlal or complete to at least r, Yards located at Fifteenth and Magnolia. Yard at First and News of the death on Saturday dames Charles Miller, Walter youths. Many of the most dis1.200 Arthur Gregoire; Misses Irma Reagan, Eleyator, Fopo and Payno Streets. tinguished men of the State received of Mrs. Katherine Tanian Reagan, McLaughlin, Nettie Powell, Margaret Yard and J. their education at this college. More beloved wife of James Peweo Val- Connell, Katherine Connell. Wilton Jellico, per ton $10.50 Both Phones at All l'arda. than 300 citizens now Jiving In Lou- at the family homo atby her many Taylor Western Kentucky, per ton St. ley, was received here $8.75 isville at ono time attended OASTLE NOW ABBEY. relatives and frlendB with feelings 0 VOLT 11 PLATE $20.00 Mary's. $10.00 Other Eastern Kentucky Lump, per ton her of deepest sorrow. Besides VOLT 18 PLATE 33.00 0 Kylemore Castle, Connemara, one husband, she is survived by two 7 PLATE $30.00 INSTRUCTIVE TALK. 12 VOLT sons, Robert and William Reagan, of the most beautiful residences ta F. O. B. Detroit Attornesy Loo J. Sandmann was a daughter, Miss Lillian Reagan, Ireland, occupied until lately by the rVK flTi That's All For Two Years 4, Ancient and two sisters, Miss Ellen Tanian Duke of Manchester, has become the the guest of Division INOORPORJLTHD Abbey Kylemore. Tho oasltlo, toNora Ackorman. guaranteed uncondi- Order of Hibernians, in Bertrand and Mrs. were held TuesdayFuneral gether of mornThe only battery with surrounding estate of of "adjust- Hall Monday evening and delivered services St. Mary Magdalene church, 10,000 acres, ihas bocomo the propBoth Phones 315. 315 Guthrie Street. tionally for two years. Instead on "Practical Catholici- ing at an ment," you got a new battery, thus elimi- ty." address Sandmann spoko on tho where for many years she had been erty of the Irish Benedictano Nuns. Mr. As far back as the year 16G5 tho nating all repair work. teachings of the Catholic Church a devout communicant. In the demise of Mrs. Margaret Irish Benedictines flourished at and how our faith and Its practices You Can't Burn It Up Yon Can'! Overstrain It were handed down to us direct from Curran on Tuesday afternoon at her Vpres, In PJaiidera. Summoned back to Dublin in the seventeenth cenSt. Peter, tho first Pope. Tho speak home, 2708 Portland avenue, St. tury, SERVICE AT they ware with all er cited tho fact that the sacrament Cecilia's parish and tho West End tho purivilegos of endowedabbey, but a royal lose another of their oldest and Df confession which puzzles and conresidents. soon finding themselves under the tuses many outside the Catholfa most highly respected of Or faith Is referred to In both tho Mrs. Curran was the widow of despotic rogfmo oftoWilliam to their return 426 SOUTH THIRD STREET, LOUISVILLE, KY. Catholic and Protestant Bibles, and Michael Curran, and she Is survived ange, they decided In the same applies to divorce, which by three daughters, Misses Nellie Flemish homo.Yipres the recent war Distributors for Kentucky and Southern Indiana wps levelled to and Mrs. the abbey at Mr. and Annabello Curran is condemned by both Bibles. Main 6S9 or City 8226 also explained tho origin Charles Schwerl, and two eons, the ground. The community found Sandmann and uses of the Latin language and John M. Curran and Charles Cur- a temporary home at Mactntno Cas Now. they Her funeral took tle, County Wexford. why it was tho universal language ran, of Chicago. St. have secured in Kylemore Castla on from of tho Catholic Church. In closing place Friday morning JR., Vie. Pni. Hd Tn. J . abbey which, for occommoklatilons M. L BJUMM. FTiiUHt h Kimck. he paid a tribute to the Hibernian Cecelia's church. i t and splendor is not su massed in this Mrs. Josephine Humjer, sixty-si- x order for Its loyalty 'to tho faith, and predicted that Ireland's long- years old, widow of Max B. Humler, country. The castle was built hallf fight for freedom and justice wouia died on Sunday morning at the a century ago by the late Col. No expense was Clay nnd Fulton Streets. soon bo won. President Joseph D. home of her daughter, Mrs. John i Honnessy thanked the speaker for S. Akers, 3912 West Chestnut spared in its decoration. In fact High Grade Coal at tho very lowest prices. Give us a trial. tho outlay was so 'great that it reentertaining ad- street. Sho Is survived by three i his instructive and Sawar ami Calvert Viae, City 4489; Main 1058 dress and those present were insist- daughters, Mrs. James W. Borders, duced tho owner almost ito 'beggary. Saaaaa's rateat Maaea riae ler an ent that he Teturn at some future Mrs. Leo Osterman, and Mrs. Akers, Tho castle was subsequently acTila, Yltrtiaa-Irlcll- , Wall Capias, Drala and by two sons, Bert Humler, of quired by the Duke of Manchester, date with a similar talk. Louisville, and Oscar Humler, of whose wife was a daughter of tho Fir. Fraafikg', Flaa Hala, Fire BrlcK services were late Eugene Zimmerman', of Cm'clnh Atlanta. Funeral ELECTED FATHER, CROWLBT aa leller Tile, Fire Clay, Calmaey Tea. Grata held Tuesday morning with requiem nati. Where work U Where ame BOBM U Rev. D. O. Crowley, head of the mass at St. Charles church. OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. JiiMaaaaaaaaaaaMI dOSM MAKES TOUCHING APPEAL. brlgateat Youth's Director' of San Francisco, MAIN S07, EXCITING ItACE. PHONES CITY B73.1786.RCUMB. has been elected President of the Where eookiag aaaaw Waera the work Cardinal Logue makes a, touching Municipal Playground's Commission Magalia. lightest; real faaj aad Breeklaridft aad Miatk 2 Quito an exciting contest Is being appeal to the ipeoplo of Ms archdio for ithe eighth successive term. la -a- aTTTiTTll f"m iff1 Where baklag gtraa Farther Orowloy was first appointed Btaged In the Ylctrola (popularity cese to contribute to the fund wttilcU Where the meal ligati by Mayor James Rojph, Jr., In. 1912, contest being staged by Division 4, the Pope is organizing tor tho relief eeoked beet; and since then has been tho unani- Ancient oruer 01 muernians, tno of tho stricken children of Europo. Where the range stand Where dradge U mm m. mous choice of 'his associates for latest returns showing Miss Nina "It is true," observes His Eminence Might Mm tea FLOORING LATHES President of the hoard. Since as- May Langan In the lead with Miss 'fthat we have our own troubles here SHINGLES the where That' nhan Mm ThM's suming the position 'he has been in- Mary O'Keefe in second position, in Ireland, but this sympathy with "Qalek Meal" "Qalek Meal" eoaws to creasing tho number closely followed by Hettlo McDer-mot- t. tho Bufferings of othors may move strumental in The standing is as follows: the Soared Heart to put an end and character of Jhe ctty playgrounds. Where there wore only Nina May Langan, 7,000; Mary to our own. We need not expect Qalek Maal GcalKaagaa Sold, Installed aad Ul8IiIy RaeenastadaJ three poorly equipped recreation O'Kofe, C.400; Hottie McDermott, sudh an overflowing contribution aa Margaret Burke,' 5,200;' last year, but If everyone gives a lit- 215 riUces eight years ago, there are 6,200; now ten largo and modern' play Edith Kech, 4,200; Lucille Dennis;, tie, according to hte maki, lit wiU . OaOu -- aa Tartl aaa SwHea, rtrtaTUgai W. MARKET ST. V save much misery and suffering." grounds, ratnor Jjrowray Js an 4,000. MEN'S SUITS With Minor Repairs Free Saves Buying. JUBILEE. comCol-leg- o, DELIGHTFUL FUNCTIONS. UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND Prescriptions Exclusively! e SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS , - Brighten Up Electrically! SESMER'S PHARMACY 439-44- Inter-Southe- rn DON'T FORGET THAT ELECTRIC SPECIALTY COMPANY -- GRAYV0N AIXMEN Sanitary Milk Co. HOME OF THE jefiiskv.n . COAL CO. IS PURE MILK ASK YOUR GROCERS." Ber-trand- 's. , Bru-de- COAL REDUCED! aVaaaJ Byrne Speed Coal Corporation GARAGE EQUIPMENT&SUPPLY CO. ! tti mt itintnnmx"! ' IIP. BANN0N PIPE CO.! ., a4 - NEW O. T. COAL YARD COAL CO. S. Where the QuicK Meal Comes In MK jc cYrYr Klng-Harma- n. WORKS-Tkirtewth . ncucn UII11J