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Market Ml lkMs 432 Kentucky Irish American NO. 6. erentl phone: hom m mm UgltTilliTadcUtTratdrCi Hrery Drlrer o Rcort BOO Incorporate VOLUME XLVI. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1921. PRICE FIVE CENTS. present struggle in Ireland to the War of Independence, declaring that Ireland 'today was fighting for me wame principles for whloh America fought then "for tho Inalienable right to life, liberty and the pursuit of hannlness." Pro ceeding she developed her argu- - Amcrlrmi Committee of Relief win ment for American recognition of AsiiMtiiln .Needs Among tho uie trisiL Republic, citing as prece- dent America's ha3te to recognize People. the French Republic in 179S. even though moro than hair or that s country, population still adhered to the monarchy. "From the birth or your own re- - Will AssM nisi, Whlte cOSiS nml puDiic you Have adopted the policy St. Vim cut tie Paul of recognizing small nations all Societies. over the world. Why do you hesitate to recognize our republic? Has the policy of the United States changed since Jefferson's time? Are tho people of America today less Fh-sMeeting Addressed hj Maj lovers of liberty than their .foreof Thiii- Suffering Irish fathers weie? Whv is Ireland the onlv white race which vou have exCities. cluded from that beautiful programme of liberty ou laid down on your entry Into the war? Why do you hesitate? Surely vou are in svay vork. not afraid that England will make you. Are we in Ireland, a war on little nation of 4,250.000 people, ground down under the heel of the A group of American oppressor members of for centuries" she yaused here for an Instant "are In icllef and reconstruction work In we -- the only people in the wide world today who are not afraid of trance and Qflhartheaters ot the New- York England?" Applause and shouts of Great War. Ca1r,nilnf'1 st Saturday. This, Wo! No!" gieeted th sally. unit i been sent by the American Miss MacSwinev WTont on. deIleUef ln Irelal to scribing the p'tlable plight of Ireascertain att0l flrst hand the nature land, cjushed down under the mil- and extent of American assistance itary juggernaut that Britain is roiling over the prostrate people of required to alleviate suffering ami meet pressing economic need, among tho nat'on She pave intimate Irish people. The activities of of the methods of the mi- the unit will be confined litary, the regular police and the the to th.s assignment. In Its Urlctly to Black efforts and Tan . picturing the obtain accurate Information as to atrocities they are visiting on the privation and rehabilitation needs its defenseless populace. "And Ie' me members with Engtell you one thing more." she said. lish und will Irish Quakers, already en"Which must make you feel a heavy gaged in relief share of the respons'blllty. These the recently work In Ireland, with formed Irish White cruelties that aro being practiced in Cross, of which the Lord Mayor of Ireland todav are being paid for Dublin, Laurence O'Ne'll, Chairwith American money! England Is man, and a bankrupt nation. She owes you deavoring with a"l other groups ento lelieve prevailing confive thousand millions of dollars. You lent her that money to fight ditions, including tho St. Vincent de for liberty, and she is u ing It to PaulofSocieties and the relief worK-or- s Dr McCrory, Bishop of Down pay the vilest creatures that ever and Connor, whose diocese the city wore uniform and called them- of Belfast selves soldiers. She is using it to composed forms a part. The unit Is of representative Amerpay them to exterminate the Ir'.'h people, to devastate our cities, to icans from all over the country. The flrst meeting of the Council burn down and destroy our crops .f and our centers or commerce, ?o of the American Committee for in Irelaml was eld at tho Hotel that she may starve us into Blltmore on Tuesday, January 25, "I have seen in the papers since Hon. Morgan J. O'.Brfen presiding. Richard Campbell announced mf coming to Louisville a report that organizations havo the 'Sinn Fein has split," she said. some ten States, been itanted In "That is English nronacanda. The nia, Wash'ngton, including CaliforIllinois, Massamovement has never been In closer chusetts. Rhode Island, Connecticut, accord than now." Tho speaker explained the na- New York, and the District of Columbia, and that organizations in ture and alms of the American process of in for the Recognition of the other Stntea are Irish Republic, urging her auditors formation. The meeting was addressed by to attest their interest and sym- Donal O'Callaghan. Lord Mayor or pathy with Ireland's aspirations, by joining Its ranks and lending their Cork; Dennis Morgan and Frank Dempsey, the Mayor i respectively support In the association's fight. or Thurles and Mallow, and by Miss She also urged them to deluge Con gress and Government officials at Mary Cavanagh, an American soWashington with telegram and let- cial worker who did reller work in Lord Mayor ters urging Immediate recognition. devastated Europe. O'Callaghan said that the rellor Miss MacSwiney lert Sunday work the American people purposed night for Knoxvllle. Tenn., and will doing In Ireland will have groat visit a number or Southern cities. effect on the Irish people. "The Irish aro sadly In need ot reller," LEND A HAND. said Oork'e Mayor. "Trade depression Is universal throughout In compliance with the appeal of the lour provinces." He His Eminence J. Cardinal Gibbons, rutaiing idler to Ireland advised In the John D. Ryan, Morgan J. O'Brien, form or money and requested that Edw. L. Doheny, Thomas F. Ryan the reller should include means for nnd John L. Iiucey, for reller for reconstruction or the creamery Inthe destitute and homeless women dustry, as soon as the war is over. rne Mayors or Thurtes and Maland children In the burned and devastated districts or Iieland. the Rev. low corroborated O'Callaghan's tesThej- - then declared that John O'Connor, President ol the timony dead owing to the Louisville American Assoclatiodn for Industry Recognition or the Republic or Ire- burning- down- or the factories; agriland, calls for a large public meet- culture was dead because or the ing next Tuesday night at 8 o'clock great number or farm 'houses that havo at Holy Rosary Hall, Fourth and cause been burned, as well as bethe seed saved for this year's Park avenue, when this matter will destroyed. be taken up for formal action. Not sowing has also been ot creameries and only are all members urged to at- The burning tend, but also all other lovers of shooting or cattle and 'horses, has deal, or rreedom and Ireland are called upon brought about a good to come and lend a helping hand hardship and want. The Consul General or the Irish nnd unite In an effort to relieve the nppalllng conditions which now af- Republic In New York read a flict that distressed nation and peo- chronological llTt or the .burnings ple. There should bo such another and lootings In Ireland trom January, 1920, to January. 1921, regathering as that of last Sunday. vealing an actual loss to property holders ot more than one hundred FRANKFORT. million dollars, to say nothing or the vastly loss Under the leadership of Col. Dick entailed in greater economic prothe Tobln and a number of other public ductive Industllesdestruction of unand resutllng spirited and patriotic citizens the employment. people ot Frankfort have organized Miss Mary Cavanagh. for three a branch or the American As n years a relief worker In the devasareas for the Recognition or the tated parts of France and Belgium Europe during Irish Republic. Col. Tobln, when and since of Central War, told the and the Great seen Monday, paid to riio Ken- committee that nowhere did ho tucky Irish American: see such hardship and suffering as "How any American citizen, in Dublin. "I had seen a great he bo or Irish, German, French or deal of suffering and unhapplness other extraction, can read of the liv the t'me I reached DuMln," horrors and outrages being commit- Miss Cavanagh said, "but nothing ted almost dally in the little Green I over saw In my social work or In Isle across the sea, and not symwork compared with the pathize with tho brave and liberty other and hardships the people had loving people of Ireland, Is beyond to undergo there. Tho little babies, compiehenslon. Wo are to organize blue with cold, d a branch or tho Friends or Irish scantily clad tho sight made and mo Freedom In this city Tomorrow weep. Such poverty and differing night, and hope to aroupo much in- I never dreamed of." terest, not only among Irish and Every report received by tho but also among committee emphasizes the others who ravor seir determination and wretchedness of the for Ireland. If we are truly Amer- coming agricultural and industrial ican and have the spirit of the year It prevailing conditions conbrave and liberty loving men who tinue. ' shed their blood at Valley Forge National headquarters havo been for American liberty, we shou'd bo established by tho A. C. R. I. at 1 willing to do our bit to assist Ire- West Thlrtysfourth street. Now land In her struggle for liberty. Of York City, with Judge Richard course we are Americans flrst, and Campbell. Secetary ot tho Commitbeing Americana we should favor tee, ln charge. the efforts of all people ln their fights for freedom, and If our Pats, DEFAMER. ARJtESTED. Mikes, Larrys and Timothys wore as game as their ancestors they could Jay W. Forrest, Supreme Grand In exerclso much Influence this Master ot the Sons and Daughters country to force the powers that be of Washington, an orto take an interest in the matter of ganization, Is under bonds- of $500 recognition of the Irish Republic to answer In court a pharge meeting ha misappropriated f funds of that ,, At a largely attended the Tuesday night the association was Brooklyn branch of the organisation. organized by James A. Hanley, of Tho warrant alleging Forrest's misLexington, and! the following officers appropriation ot tho moner was elected: Richard Tobln, President; sued at tho Instance or Mrs: Jane . President; Mrs. L. Miller, a former leader of the Son J. J. Klngr-Vlc- e r and J. J, and Daughters or Washington la Vi D. Stuckerr Secretary Brlslan, Treasurer. Brooklyn, ". f.. (1 gentleman's suggestion for a salary raise. What a batting aver-ag- o the crooks have acquired around A here the past few weeks at the expense of the Keystone policq. and Just think of the many burglaries thaf happen and are kept under Administration RccoUes Knockout cover by the Log Cabin editor, who Is the Police Bureau censor. At that BOMB IN "REFORM" RANKS From Dr. Welch In Sunday the crooks are ungrateful. In the pat few weeks they stole the autoSermon. mobile belonging to Chairman Crutcher. of tho Doard of Works, and robbed Den1 Brumeleve, of tlfe oame Doarti, tour times. And to Surely Owes top Retercnd Gentleman It off they blew the safe In the Apology ti Irish, nnd Real hpadquarter of the Republican League, right around the corner Policemen. from the Court House, and- - got away H- -JLl with S450, Possibly the crooks were contributors to the Republican League campaign fund and thqy File, Depaitmcnt Drnfls Alibi Per- - were trying to get their own money back. foimers to Cmcr Up A negro prisoner was turned over Ti ouble. to two of the Keystoners the other dny In 'the Criminal Court, to be taken over to tho Jail. Up Court Place towards Fifth and in Fifth COUNCILMAN SEARCY WOItltlKI) to Market went the comedy police and the handcuffed negro. Finally the negro stopped and yo' all takln' mo?" One ltll Iranlin county cops spoke Up to this writing near - Mayor of n and replied: "Goshflap It. we're Tr,,aimwi, VjiieL ui Police iuiij, Paul takln. ..,. tQ tie locklip The Burllngame, Chairman of the Hoard nocro 1p nut n rnnr that of Safety, and the other Republican', nany bystanders, and when ho who have been carrying the coveted frbm his mirth told hi' banner of "leform" have not iecov- - escort that "thev were takln' him to ered from tho aw ful wallop handed the rlbbah insted of the jail." And out by Dr. Welch, pastor of the Dr Welch would like to pay police Fourth avenue Presbyterian church, 0f this Mrt ?6 a day. Speaking of Two weeks the Jail, the high cost of living last Sunday evening. ptevious Dr. Welch In a sermon in- - seems to have hit that Institution timated that vlcp and gambling were according to the testimony of a in 'Louisville and tluit oner who told the grand jury Thurs-tli- o present iiiliuinistiiitloii official dav that you weie charged fifty ueio u inking nt iolntlon. The ad- - cents for a clean bed and ten cents ministration leaders then fell Into for an electric light globe In your the trap. With a roar they all came cell. Many wonder why the coin-ttho front and our god citizens plaining prisoner didn't leave, as reared for Dr. Welch's life. Near have many prisoners during Jailer Mayor Smith led off with saying p,arr' term. The charge at the Rev, Dr. Welch's expose Rrovejs knockout for members of the that If there was a semblance of Jail reminds one of the City Hos charges Police Capt. 'pRal' where you are charged $1.8G truth in the present administration. $ Jimmy Cunningham would have to a day if you are a patient and the walk the plank, and It Dr. Welch tipneis pay to maintain the didn't retract Capt. Jimmy would hospital free of charge, have to sue him for llbett. Col., our old "hick" fire department Petty, head of the Keystone aggre-'gin the limelight this week in a gaiion, sam ne was astounuea to couple of ways and quite a labored hear of Dr. Welch's charges and attempt was made to convince the surely the reverend gentleman must public that e had a real fire mistaken. County Attorney Matt partment. Flfst tho Times sa'd tho Chilton stated he Joiow Louisville department must be all right, but was as puie as, the driven snow, didn't explain why the Boaitl of Un. tlonal Labor Board similar to the War Labor Board to Investigate inThen Paul, the alibi kid, weighed derwrltern class Louisville as n in with what the machine leaders third-clas- s dustrial disputes and bring public citv or why does tho the opinion to bear in a controversy on thought was the finishing blow. Dr. department only muo the ground. Welch was Invited, and even dared, Next came Donald McDonald, of the the basis of an enlightened labor code which would recognize the to come hefoie the Board or Surety Louisville Company, Gas who right of men to organize. This recnnd tell if he know of anyone, or. thanked the firemen that they had anv place that was violating the law.1 saved tho Gas Company office In the Coal Mine Outlets' Ptlvnte Detect ommendation wds a part of the Miss Mniy MacSwlney, Sister or Bishops' programme of social reDr. Welch of course declined to Third street fire Monday, although hes Kill Major and Tcji loid Major, Stirs Two lib; uppear and the "reform" boys In the Gas Company office is some construction, j Along the samg line Is (the recomCitizens. righteous way said to the pub- - tance nway from the scene of the Meetings. He: "See there, we are vindicated.1 fire. How about another letter of mendation of the Interchurch Com- to establish a Federal body as our accuser doesn't appear." appreciation from Crescent Hill or cnargeu to orwg auout a conrer-enc- e Then there was a calm for two, Jacob Park, that those districts - gambling games, were saved from the Third street Battle Cann; Artqr Operators Had weeks, all of thebetween the.erteel workers and Condemns Attempt to Blacken li Mi Lootlegging joints, tough resorts' fire. But the real alibi performance .to tabollsh. the employers Attempted Arrest of Clilcf Thiough Vicious British twelve hour day and the seven day and other vote getters for "reform" , was in the case of Assistant Chief week, adjust wages and set up a running on merrily, believing that Alex Bache and Firemen McCue and of Police. Propaganda. permanent method of conference bethe administration had put a quietus Heffernan. the latter charging that tween the employers and the emon Dr. Welch and others who might Bache shoved them off of a ladder ployes. Hearings on this object to a Louisville Sodom and into the burning building. After a as Gomorrah. But the storm, broke islt. from Capt. Ihieho McCue the moSituation Shows the Imperative Need tion of Senator well as on Montana, Erin's Sad Plight l'lctuied Before night when Dr. Welch In a Jiert that he as accidentally Miovcd Walsh, of of a National Labor to make the Interchurch world Large nnd Sympathetic e public sermon caneu a spaae a orr the lnddcr. Then Joe movement's report on the steel and named place after place man. of the Board of Safety, "ex- Hoard. Audiences. 6trlke a public document, are being wnore mere was gamming, wooi- - plained" the case some more and held by a Senate committee. legging and questionable dancing, w. rather from his exnlanatlon that etc. In naming the establishment tho firemen were playing "Klng-of- RINGING MESSAGE. ngiuer, 01 Tommy west, xne and Capt. Bache .retained NOT INVOLVE NEED NATION ur. wuicii sum uuti ubicuuhioi rue crown King, one never lias a SKNATE C03DUTTKIJ HEARINGS. Those cocksure prophets who have Stamper and McDonnell were In uuu moment in reading tho exseen nothing but "compromise" in West' and drinking pretty freely. planations" or "alibis" or the Board Capt. Larkln, in explaining the lat- of Safety, as they are amusing If the actions ot the Irish Republican Twenty-fou- r ter, said that these two were Miss Mary MacSwiney, sister of men are on trial in leaders must have received a rude nothing else. Everyone Is looking Mingo 'county, W. Va., and five shock when they read the ringing tho late Lord Mayor or Cork, was there to look for law viola- forward with pleasure to Paul tions, but didn't explain If they were othen', Nletectlves of tho Baldwin-Felt- s message or President De Valera to treated with Kentucky hospitality answer to Dr. Welch. Company, will go on trial In his people. The President says: allowed to drink, and If that Is the Boss Chesley Searcy, who Is our here. case the Captain will be able to se- Board of Councllmen on street car Greenbrier county, as a result of a "We are founding our State on during her short sojourn cure many volunteers to watch tho questions being corslderably battle In the streets of Matewan, tne ascertained will ot the people, Miss MacSwiney arrived lib. Louisis Western Athletic Club, West's place, worried by the colored Republicans W. Va. last May when seven de- giving practical effect to those ra- vllle Saturday night and was met at any and all hours. Dr. Welch's these days. The white women Re- tectives, the Mayor and two' other tional principles whloh were uni- by a delegation ot prominent citother charges were to the point, publicans can not announce a citizens were killed. The street versally accepted during the war as izens who entertained her In naming dates and places, and must meeting for fear the colored ladles battle came when private detectives the only basis for lasting peace be- the city. Sunday atternoon while she have ben a knockout, as to this date will "butt" In. and the better ele- employed by the operators after tween nations. The fulthrulness large audiences at Holy Burllngame, near ment of the colored men want a having evicted union miners tried to with which through two terrible neither Paul Mayor Smith, Chief Petty or any of place on the ticket. As for the col- arrest Sid Hatfield, the Chief of years you have stood firm In tho Rosary Auditorium and Knights of Columbus the other "reform" leaders have ored crap shooters and holdup men, Police In. Matewan. The battle. was race or ruthless repression will make overcrowdedHall, both ot which were and where hundreds And this Is the same they are satisfied with the present between the Imported detectives of our nation shine as long as human were answered. turned crew who dared Dr. Welch to come state of affairs, and the records endure. It Is the glorious presided and away. theOwen Sullivan the mine owners and1 the citizens. stage were on before the honorable Board or This section of the West Virginia exception In this sad period or abanmachine hopes to satisfy the ot the local clergy, business thought all he others with 'the promise of Shawnee coal fields has long been prlvtcly donment or ideals and conscienceless many professional Safety when they men and people and had "flushed" was the punch hoard Park as the colored promised land. governed by the mine owners. The betrayals. Thank God for the splen- eager to hear the true story of IreBaldwin-Felt- s In Capt. Jimmy's district. detectives have been did morale which haa made you the land's privation and suffering. employed by the mine owners to wonder of nations and which reBut if the "reform" 'leaders can BLUE JjAWS. Garbed In a somber black dress, stop the organization of the miners. mains unbroken. The enemy Is once not find a flaw In Dr. Welch's serMayor's sister, who the mon the people of Irish blood or The Fourth Degree Assembly of In 1912 these detectives comlmitted more learning that though by brute with Lord widow that seventy-thre- shared e his descent can, and to them, and espe- Louisville Council K. of C, will hold so many outrages, and guerilla war force brave men and women may be day vigil in Brixton prison. In a cially the Irish police of the past, a very Important dinner meeting at fare by the mountaineer miners. murdered, brute force can never voice quiet, but reaching to the the reverend gentleman owes a sin- the Louisvillo Hotel on Tuesday many of whom aro descendents of leach the spirit oT those who are In- utmost corners of the auditorium: S, cere apology. In the course of his evening, February at 0:30 the feudist families and are accus- spired. Though the moment is dark ot sermon Dr. Welch said that most of o'clock, to discuss tho "blue laws." tomed to mountain feud?, became so and the world unheeding, confident steady yet marked by a note and tho police were Irish. Can you beat Rev. Father Raffo. Faithful Friar of widespread that martial law was of final success and with calm delib- pathos, she thanked Louisville welfor Its wholehearted tho Assembly, will bo the speaker proclaimed and a Congressional In eration, let us face the now year Kentucky her message. that? Here Is an aggregation of Then fihe conductors, hill billies, of the evening. At this meeting the vestigatlon was conducted. Armored ot the Republic. Let us be ready to come of to present proceded her hrior dejumpers, and pumpkin tum- final arrangements for the one nun-- 1 train's, machine guns and gatllng endure whatever yet inay be neces- manding that America redeem the briar blers known far and wide as the dred class Initiation on February 27 guns were brought Into action at sary to endure to win for those earn pledge she made on entering the Degree that time. Tent colonies were sw'ept ing arer us xne priceless noon or great war, and insure Keystone comedy police, and Dr. will be made. Fourth tho applicapermanent peaco and security In the Welch attempts to wish them onto Knights from all parts of the State by fire. The miners Efhot from tion ot the principle ot race. An enterprising reIt bush at the detectives or met them liberty or their native land." assemble at this dinner, as the Irish peoples. to all oppre sed who will be tho most Important session in open battle. ', Certainly there ts no hint ot a porter for the arguments on America's compromise here: rather, we should Basing her policy or year. reflection. Investigated of the Jocal assembly this resented the The new campaign of the United friendship traditional departand found that In a police twenty-tw- o Col. P. II. Callahan, who is Chair- - Mine Workers to unionize this West say, there 1s unflinching' determina assistance to oppressed peoples' and of - Virginia field was met by similar tion to continue the battle for lib were only man of tho Committee of Arrangement of 425 there erty until victory smiles up6n the the world, and the explicit declaramen of Irish blood, and the ments for the coming class, will out-- . difficulties. Where tho private or President Wilson, she machine plans the proposed programme, which teotlves were In control, either as Republican banner. Ths President tions recogni asked to have that number cut consider will be along the lines' of the cele-- 1 deputy sheriffs or without legal foot- - daei not minimize the difficulty or tion byfor the immediate of the tho United States ably before election time. The re- - Dratlons or the past, when Arch- - Ing. organization lieoame very dim the task bofore the people, nor try government whlqh Ireland by the porter found that every district in bishop Keane and Archbishop Glen- - clut. In parts of Mingo county, to hide the ract that the people will vote ot 91 per cent, or Its people the State from Gravel Switch, to non were the. guests of honor. By however, the local officials were in have to suffer much before the goal has established. The ifipeaker In Hlnnole county was represented In a special dispensation granted by control and did not consent to turn of their hope? Is won, but he i$ " " m' "?, Master, Reddln, of Col- - over their office to private detect-orad- confident of the outcome If the the police department, the majority tho Supreme exemplification' will be Ives. Organization could proceed In pie stand firm. That .he or them not being residents of Louthe ' isville long enough to be eligible held on the Sunday following Wash- - this section with fewer difficulties. pects no mercy should he Tall Into ,',8(nna tl0;as many Tiave hands-- ot the n- object February 27. These sections' of the West Virginia the as a policeman, but the present ad- Ington's birthday, ed ministration doesn't hesitate at a Faithful Navigator V. IC. Bcker and coal fields and similar cities and emy ia Indicated by the concluding very outset to say want at little thing like a violation of the District Deputy Clines paid a visit towns wer& what the President's In- sentence ot the extract wo havo o "I citizensthe Louisville that w? you ot to Lexington to Invite Master dustrlal Relatlono Commission had quoted. charter. Not for a minute. In Ireland today do not ask or exAnyway it's up to Dr. Welch to O'Brien to Louisville for this meet In mind when It reported that "the pect the United Sattea to enter upPRISON FOR PRIEST. come through with an apology to the ing, as this will be the only Inltla employer fn many cases controls the on another war In behair or IreAlthough tbe sen Irish people and Irish policemen of tlon of the Fourth Degree during social and political lire of audi com say thai we would do past who wero real police. Does 1921. On account of the growth or munltles. either by the comnlete ab- - tence or Father Dominic, "the chap land. Iyour not tho you up .help rofose 1 sorption of local political powers or lain who stayed In attendance Tor a minute that tho Loulsvllle Council to more than upon arms In our behalf.ir I am took Dr. Welch think army of crooks In our midst 000 Knights, the coming class will by domination or the local author! Lord Mayor MacSwUney during Jite for practical results, and Ilooking big know m Brixton quite well that the American "Govwould be stealing everything from be extended to care for all eligible ties." They present, the commfev ratal hunger atrtK slon said, ''every aspect or a state or nrlson. has not been nromulirated ernment a red hot frtovo If applicants. an irori sate to will not declare war reudallsm except the recognition ot officially, H la understood Jn Dublin ngalnrt England in .behalf ot Irethe police department" was 90 per STANDING. said? Would specific duties on the part of the that it would ba announced within land, I am asking you for what Is cent Irish, as he of the emiployar." Thursday the standing burglare let a safe out of a a day or two. It was learned on or your tho constitution Tho West Virginia situation In tho good authority that he will be sen- within' window two squares away young ladles entered In the popularget away ity contest or Division 4, A. O. H., last year has provoked- pltohed bat- tenced to five years penal servi- American republic to grant without from the City Hall and one single act or war, without rail7,090; with It If we weren't afflicted with was aa follows: M. OIKeefe, McDer-mot- tles and guerilla- warfare, and has tude but that Gea. Macready has ing out with any nation ot the t, forced the Governor to call in Fedsuredy the Doctor N. Langan, 7,000; Hester Keystoners? And remitted two years or the sentence. world. I ask you .for your ImmeMargaret Burko; 6,810 eral troops. The coming trial or tho Lord Dunany "who was arrested diate recognition or the republic must have been "kidding" when pres$6 a day lor the li. Bennts, 4,600; E. Koch, detectives and the present trial of lat week aharged with possessing or Ireland have sot the ot comedy cope. Bet 4,400; M. Jllley, 3,100. The con- the public officiate and miners who arms aa4 hiuhIUobb. was to be that and people ent' tore up, to wfolch alone they owe in. Dublin on 1e iriany a taxpayer fell over In a fit test & warmings up and some real survived the Matewan battle their allegiance." further proor or the need of a Na- of Apoplexy when he read the rev- - surprises are now looked for. The speaker then likened tho "REfORM" IRELAND 2- - i , ill IPtfHjSN f - hkaiqihti:rs said-"Whea- ,,. . tiHr.-intn.-i - ad pic-tui- es o 1 tcs i ot w-- o de-b- VIRGINIAI ASKS HELP Re-li?- dls-the- ir liv-old- I recomi-mendatle- testl-Sunda- y Selllg-spad- i I ox-pri- ze Ird ) the-HI- ota-tion- ed i - s - - on ocia-tlo- , J am-wl- M Courier-Journal- de-ll- ne siif-forl- bare-roote- o, blood-stain- ed I "r, "u" UmBoltfala.mJint "J ""i! ?" -l Irish-America- heUp-lessne- sa 'J court-marti- al 2.-- two-so- ry antf-Oa,thol- Ic - - - V X 0; J- " k court-martJalf- td i. 0 ft&a. 4m s& e ansMwiroojarv KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. w the 0.idOfficially Social and Moral Advancement of xjhcx- - AjMOBHo,db. WE WISH TO ANNOUNC REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF COMING EVENTS. Irish Americans and Catholics Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's Institute and Catholic Knights of America. PRINTINO CO.. Second-Claae atBHT'JCKY IRISH AMERICAN Incorporate. Publishers Club. PaMirimrv February 7 Altar Society social entertainment and candy pulling, afternoon and night, St. Cecilia Hall. social of February 7 St. Paul's church. Pleasure Ridge Park, at St. Helen's Commercial Pre-Lenten S .TnlfV Pre-Lent- en nrtrfv hv Rr SUBSCRIPTION PRCB ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c Philip Nerl Dramatic Club in WindMatter. entered at the LoulivlllePostoftlce February S social of Wist Liberty Street. St. Louis Bertrand church debt and IRISH AMHION. to the KENTUCKY Mtfrtst All Coamnnleitlons building fund, afternoon and even . 319-32- 1 I Pure Pasteurized Milk 8c Pint 44c Quart FOR SALE BY ALL GOOD GROCERS ffi-- ADE5 Ijyigfl COUNCIL I AkAA SOCIETY. two-week- ing-- LOUISVILLE, KY LENT IS IIKKE. .SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1921 the side of those who strive and prejudice to create hatred against any class In America. "We etand for fair play, justice and good will to all, and tolerance even toward those who would deny our are not rights to us. Catholics olics on A Miss Annie McGlll left Tuesday for Atlantic City and New York. Lent Is here, and beginning Ash Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Gleetion have stay In s' Wednesday special devotions will bo returned from a XarOORFOBATBD New York. held in all Catholic churches for JACKSON AND FEHR AVE. Misses Mamie Dillon and Edith BOTH PHONES 4262 the next seven weeks. This is a Wheeler have been spending ten time when a'll should mend their days at the McAlpin Hotel, New ways and endeavor to save their bigots. York. peace with All must make souls. A tacky party will be given for NOT HEASOX ENOUGH NOW. God before they can merit eternal the members and their ladies In the "Eastern Kentucky" Coal "West Kentucky" IC. of C club house next Tuesday Begin Ash "Wednesday salvation. Means Means When Jefferson ordered Governor evening. and visit the church often, and no Any Old Coal! Good, Bad and Indifferent! Morris to recognize the French ReGeorge O'Oonnell, of Oakdale, has one should fall to make the neces"WILTON-JELLICQpublic, not only, was France block- gone to Fort Worth, Texas, where "TAYLOR MINE" " sary worthy communloli. aded, her soil occupied by foreign he has accepted a position and will Means Means armies, but La "Vendee was in in- reside. UNJUST CHITICISM. The Best Eastern Kentucky Best West Kentucky surrection. England, as usual, was Mrs. H. W. Imorde. who has been Coal Coal 111 at St. Joseph's Infirmary, Is reFrom time to time you see it leading the dogs of war. Ireland Lump $8.25, Nut $7.75 Lump $9.75, Nut $9.25 The American Committtee For Relief in Ireland, organized today Is blockaded, portions of her ported to be convalescent and out charged by English propagandists of danger. Harlan Lump $9.50 to send food and clothing to destitute women and children and unthinking people that the Sinn soil occupied, and tho two northTho eastern counties In revolt. This Is tained Bertrand Social Club enterin the burned and devastated districts of Ireland, desire that Fein of Ireland were with the closing dance of during the war, and that the Irish the reason given by our Anglo-mania- the season at the Woman's Club an organization be formed in your city and State at the very why the -- United States Monday evening. people of America were even fa XNCORPORATBD earliest date, to render all possible aid in this pressing and voring Germany against England should not recognize the Irish ReMiss Margaret Conroy, of Clifton, highly charitable work. 315 Guthrie Street. Both Phones 315. before we came Into the war. WeW, public. Yet in the days when Amer- left Sunday for Lexington to be the Floyd Mrs. Organization have been formed in many States, and we icans appreciated liberty it Was not guest of her sister. suppose the Slrtn Felners were Burns, and Mr. Burns. what of it? In a coun- reason enough to hold back Washtrust that Kentucky shall not fail us. WILT, DECIDE SOON. PRESS M.OXTII. LouisMrs. E. J. Connelly, try that .has been trampled on and ington and his great Secretary of ville, has returned fromSouth York, New J. CARDINAL GIBBONS, The Building Committee of LouThe work entrusted to the Press persecuted for several centuries State from recognizing the French where she went to visit iher ton JOHN D. RYAN, isville Council, K. ot C, will soon and Publicity Department by the Martin, who is in the navy. would you expect the Irish people to Republic. Yi n H on I I r w 1i at Vmt n u r linmo nt Hierarchy of preparing plans for a MORGAN J. OI3RIEN, even symparush to the rescue or ' N'atlonal Mr. and Mrs. Mulr McGlll and Catholic Press Month, for IN A NUT SHELL. EDW. L. DOHENY. It thize with their persecutor? children and Miss Sarah Moore the Kniehts. which it is expected to tho specIal purpose ot increaslng were last week guests of Mr. and erect in the early spring, shall be the circulation ot the Catholic pub- could hot have been harder on the THOMAS F. RYAN, The Catholic Telegraph speaks Mrs. J. L. Beam, Bardstowm uimi. vu uie rum w Bueei inuiicny ucauons, nooks, magazines, pam-nopeople of Ireland if Germany had owned by the council or on phlets. and' in particular the circula-on- o true In saying we have never heard JOHN F. LUCEY. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Murphy and triumphed over England, and as for nor read a valid argument against of two other sites, both cen- - tion of the newspapers affiliated daughter, 'Mrs. Bonnie Vern. were the Americans of Irish descent they the claims ot the Irish people to mong last week's arrival for an trally located, which the order may wlth the Press Department, is now purchase. The exact locatjons of practically complete. now realize, just like everyone else independence. There can be no such Indefinite stay at Lake Wales, Fla. these latter two sites have not been Bishop Russell, the Chairman of In compliance with this appeal, the matter will be taken light for valid arugment, because realizes, that Enland's Mr. and Mrs. William Spalding divulged. The new building, which the Press Deportment, has reouested have returned after spending sev- will be nine stories high and con- - the Holy Father to name National up and discussed at the next regular meeting of the the protection of smaller nations Nations, like Individual persons, American eral days with the latter's mother, tain about 200 rooms, the bleeping Catholic Press Month as ia nf ti.o was all tommyrot. To charge the have a natural right to Bards-towMrs. Elizabeth Smith, at rooms for use by Catholic men, it is special intentions for the Apostolate Association For Recognition of the Irish Republic, to be held people of Ireland with being pro- and Ireland is prevented by said will be of brick and concrete.and of Prayer during the month of Tuesday, February 8, at Holy Rosary Hall, Fourth and Park German sounds awful until you the might of England from exercisBen Mlddendorf. manager of the modeled after the Knights of Co- - March, which is the month chosen avenue, at 8 p. m. think and reallzo that It doesn't ing that right. Florshelm Shoe Company, has re- lumbus home in Buffalo, and will by Bishop Russell for the campaign in every respect. There Not only are all members urged to attend, but all other mean anything. The Executive Department of the England's sovereignty over Ire- turned home from St. Joseph's In- be modern gymnasium and running National Catholic Welfare Council charitably inclined lovers of Ireland firmary, where he underwent a will be a and freedom are called land was unjustly imposed upon tho minor operation. track, cafeteria, library, council has requested the rellgloiu HANDICAPPED. a large swimming pool umnlt'es tif the country to pray, upon to come and lend a helping hand and unite in an effort Irish people by brute force at the Miss Josepheln Monroe! returned it was Monday to her home In Richmond, and a convention hall that will ac- - and to ask for the prayers of the to relieve .the appalling conditions which afflict our kindred The Courier-Journand Times beginning, and therefore commodate 2,000. Frank A. Menne children, for the success, of National continue their Kings at the Sinn wrong at that time. Never since Va., after a three months' visit with Is Chairman of the Building Com- - Catholic Press Month, across the seas. acMrs. Annie Nolan and family, 1S11 mlttee and on the committee with Fein's fight for freedom, but rarely that time has the Irish nation B'shco Rus'sll 1ms written to all Duncan street. REV. JOHN O'CONNOR, Pres. him are Col. P. H. Callahan, Vice the Archbishop? and Bishops of the have an opportunity to eulogize quiesced in that sovereignty; EngMrc R. G. O'Connell, of Oakdale, Chairman; Joseph H. iFleck. Sec- - country requesting them to notify ROBT. E. HESSION, Secy. their favorite dear old England. land remains the unwelcome and left' this week for Tampa, Fla., for retary, E. J. O'Brien. Jr., Treas- - their pastors to arrange r; for hated invader, and therefore the several months' stay. She was acThe expose of the latter as a conDr. Max M. Eble. Brother mons on the sublet ot the" Catholic A companied by her daughter, MIsi3 Benjamin, Thomas F. Burke. J. pre" and Its 'msm-tanspirator of Japan against America wrong continues. to the Geraldlne O'Connell, who will spend itaymomt uarrett, uouert u. wuiu. work of the church during the and the arraignment before the two weeks. REASONS FOR PROTEST. month cf March, and a'so renuest-'- I T "CCTF TXT AU II Investigation Commerce Senate np them to 'ssue sreclal messages r " J. SOCIALS AND PARTIES. X AJN Mrs. T. J. Campion gave a lunch Committee has prevented the "Bingh tA flialii iiannln- nn .1.1. i.I.U.. .. g- - I eon in honor ot her daughter. Miss un tiua v.,. tfit,iT-support nnujt?ui. III The Baltimore Sun did not a press from preaching Anglo-gaxo- n prove of Lord Mayor O'Callagharf's Elizabeth Adele Campion. gave a 500 Ing them 'to Miss Frances Gerst ham Those the movement Saturday afternoon. The in every way possible, present were Misses Elizabeth party doctrine and comemnts on the prfss Schulten, Harriet Herndon, Dor- guests Included Misses Helen Gar- The great oblect of this campaign use of the caThe unfair in the United States. Its editor othy Hasselbach, Luclle Duffy, Nora rett. Dorothy Volkerding. Gertrude s to organize the Catholic la'tv for ble?, the underhanded plot against gave a good - actlonr and to express that action In Klapheke, Elizabeth Merhoff, Jimaccount ot his own Mae Nolan, Margaret Horan. our merchant marine and the atM. T. Delaney announces the en- mie Hughes, Eva Thobln, Margaret. 3UbscrIb'ng for the Catholic news-Youn- g. In the same editoripapers published in their own lo- Frances Gerst. tempt to steal the Interned German al' when he said: "The Irish ques- gagement ot his sister, Miss Rose A and for at least one good Mrs. T. J. Campion gave a lunch-'cantliners, has. caused widespread feel- tion, be It remembered. Is now such Delaney, to William Oldlges, their eon In honor of her daughtei. Miss Catholic magazine In each home marriage to be solemnized at St. ing against 'the British tyrant in Those The B'shops have created and that a mere baby In arms- can make church on February 8. The Elizabeth Adele Campion. this country a sentiment ithat can out a far better and stronger case bride-elethe International were Elizabeth financed Misses news Is well known and pop- present not be allayed by the Tory press or for Ireland than even the cleverest ular in West End society circles. Schulten. Hanlett Herndon. Lucille gathering and distributing service Nolan, Margaret which the Catholic newspapers are Duffy, propaganda and ablest of lawyers could work up the Lord Northcllffe and Mrs. E. L. O'Brien an- Horan, Nora Mae Mr. employing. Now the Bishops feel Dorothy Haselbach. engagement of Mr. fund. for England. The economic phase nounce the Miss Evelyn Quire entertained the that tho people should appreciate ' Nina O'Brien's sister, 'Miss Jessie and of the Irish question Is all on the O'Brien, to Mr. Norman O. Lee, Eunoe Club Saturday afternoon. The press.use and support 'the Catholic CATHOLICS NOT INTOLERANT. Team Is what will work Siside of Ireland, as are the political Springfield, Tenn. The wedding members are Misses AntoinetteMary count from now until ithe end of mon, Catherine Hasielwander. and emotional phases. If English will take place in the early spring. Elizabeth Campbell. Geneva Clephas, March We are with the True Voice and Miss Helen Sullivan ho returned policy In Ireland has a single leg note with .pleasure that from Chicago, where she visited her Margaret Brocar. Mary Louise Bry ARTISTIC CHURCH WINDOWS. ant, Anna Treston. Evelyn Quire. left to stand on, then that Heg Is aunt, Mrs. S. K. Smith. in this country has been scored by The G. L. Club "gave a theater Monday morning at G o'clock the leading Catholic prelates. Car- sorely crippled and no crutch is the With new stained glass windows, party at the Mary Anderson Tues Mae dinal Gibbons, CardlnaJ O'Cpnnell, within reach." Yet the Sun must marriage. of Miss Moran, Fltzmayer day evening. Those present were of exquisite coloring, rich yet not popular and Charles L. Archbishop Hayes and other church- know that, "despite these obvious members of the younger social set, Misses Catherine Sacksteder, Mary deep enough to darken the Interior of men have signed their names to a facts," there are still a few Amer- was quietly solemnized with a nup C. Kelty, Alberta Prentice, Anna L. the the edifice, just dimming a trifle abundant light that formerly n, ican .editors who expend their great- tial mass at St. John's1 church. Rev. NItzken, Mary L. Whltty, Nell document protesting against the at Antoinette HInkebeIn, Laun-ptt- a "mirod into the church, and with a ingenuity in floods ot words to Father Schuhmann performing the tempt now being made to stir" up est number of others yet to arrive and Silk; Messrs. Lawrence The happy couple left prejudice against the Jews. Presi- becloud this very simple Issue. It ceremony. Louis Head. Albert Macauley. be put in place. Rev. Father WI1-let- t, a visit to relatives Immediately for the pastor Hard- Is these editors and these newspa- In the East, and on their return William Sacksteder, J. T. Hennessy, jiarustown ana of St. James church, dent Wilson, President-eleEdenslde avenue, pers, against which the Lord Mayor will make their home at 911 East Roscoe Pope, James J. Hegan, Emll will have one ing and Taft are some of the most artistic Carpenter. Broadway. and striking church Interiors in this of the other signers of tho docu- of Cork very rightly protests. Mr. and Mrs. W. J, Stammerman Miss Alice Cronln entertained ment. So far, so good. This much Informally recently In section of the country. The seven Sunday evening in honor of Frank entertained RECOGNITION. medium size windows In we would. expect. .honor of the tenth birthday anni of the sanctuary above the back Miss versary Sullivan, of Memphis, Tenn. the main of their son. Those present to The Federated Council of ProtRecognition is not a negative Cronln's invitations were limited In were Misses Mary Stammerman, altar, which wore the first ones in friend,, of Mr. Sullivan and passed thing, estant Churches .has also and Virginia nlace. are representations ot aneels. but a positive thing. It is An- Christine, Charlotte Pldge the three archangels, Gabriel, Michresolutions against this attempt 'to not asking United States diplomacy cluded Misses Hattie Rowland, Mar- Elvln, Roberta Broadfear, nie Fitzglbbons. Mary Forst, ael and Raphael, being in the cenroui race prejudice and religious to abstain from anything. Is garet Fitzgibbons, Mary Fitzglb- and Julia Filburn, Dorothy Treanor. ter, with the two on each side patIt Keller, Donnie. .Nellie and Intolerance against the Jews in asking the United States diplomacy bons; Frank Sullivan, Ruth Stammerman; Masters George terned after those of Fra Angelica. Messrs. m Helen -- -"America on the ground that there to do something. That something Geonge Holbourne. William Muss, and Raymond Gephart, Frank and Of the large windows In the center W. Hugglns, Brent Gorman Conlirfe,' Vincent O'Connor, of the church the one on the right should be tolerance and good will Is to recognize and say that the Joe Green, Clem Dunn. Miller, hand side Illustrates the Descent of among the people of this country. Irish Republic is the de facto and Alford, Maurice Noon was given a Harry Warrent, Wilbur Ghost Miss Mary Charles Tompkins. Clifton and Clay- the Holy one on on the Anostlea also is praiesworthy. But This surprise party In honor ot her ton Veneta, Jamed and Oscar Stam- while the the left represents de jure Government of Ireland. NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON mark that this same Federated birthday on Monday by a number merman, William Malone, William the Resurrection ot Christ. Under V WWW WVXttttX)yVYYVYyyV,YV,.,.,.,,i,,,YYy the dome are the four evangelists, of her friends. Among those pres- Conllffe. Council of Protestant Churches has PROHIBITION A FAILURE. t Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. ent were Misses Anna Weber. Virnever adopted a resolution conAgnes Hehlr. These are placed under the small .Donahue. SANCTUARY OF REFUGEES. moon ginia bootlegging. Wholesale demning the agencies that are at representative figure of each In the Blanche Brennan. Pearl Thompson, dome. work striving to rouse hatred and shining, and tho drinking of thou Margaret Noon, Irene Noon, Mary Toward the entrance are The State Department in recom- seven beautiful windows representWilliam Sweet, mending the deportation of Donal Messrs. bigotry against Catholics In this sands ot poisonous substitutes con Noon; Rapp, Sam J. O'Callaghan, iLord Mayor of ing scenes in the life of the Blessed country. Does this resolution in vince everyone but the fanatics that George Rapp, Frank We offer our excellent Kow- - G)l!L Virgin Mary Angel Walker, George Butler.. George UnGabriel anMany pre- derwood, Bernard O'Connor, Her- Cork, "ordered- - him. back to prison nouncing to Mary she was favor of the Jews Indicate a prohibition is a failure. ' Blend Coffee, 2 1-- 2 lbs. forV to be the' or death," Senator Reed, of Mis changed attitude on the part of the dict the early return oftllght wines bert Adams, Thos. Noon. souri, declared in an address .in Mother of God; the visit of the This means only another decrease over the old price Virgin to her cousin Elizabeth;' the Much as we would and beer. Federation? Washington on Sunday la wmicn ne birth for this Coffee. This is the best Coffee for the price of WORLD . rROBLEAL assented America hitherto always the ChildChrist; the Presentation ot on the market. Give us a trial. llko to think so, we fear that it the Temple; the had welcomed "pdlitlcal refugees" finding of Jesus inteaching Lent begins next Wednesday, doos not. We feel that If the word Christ the DocJames Jj. Garvin, editor of the and "held 1ls guns ready to fire 1n Catholic were substituted, for Jew Easter Sunday falling on March "27. London Observer and one of Lloyd their defense." The Missouri Sen- .tors in the Temple: the Immaculate in the resolution It would never mass meeting uonception and the Coronation. George's leading supporters, wiites ator, speaking at INVITED BY LADIES. 212 WKST MARKET STREET. of have been Introduced, much less that every effort of statesmanship held under the ausp!cea Relief the DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. in American Committee lor Established 1888 Both Phones 1323 prfssed by the Federation. ladles of Father Raffo's par- and good wilt must be employed by Ireland, also added: "Let any gov The the to Why this should be so It la hard ish invito their friends and the pub- Groat Britain In 1921 way put real ernment do this, deed and curses, The regular meeting ot come Charles Irish problem Into a to ejplain. But we know from .bit- lic to.Twenty-sevent- h down to St. Cheatnut. settlement. It Is not a local prob- hatred and contempt will be, and ot the Daughters of Isabella wflll and Hall, be held ter experience that with a few "hon- on Monday night and enjoy a. good lem; It Is a world problem. It can ought to be, visited on the perpe- o'clock, tomorrow afternoon at 3 at the K. ot C. Hall. The trator of that act for hundreds ot orable exceptions Protestant min- time with them. This wJll be their not be dealt with either by on the Liberal and Labor years to come. I speak as a. Sen new .Regent, Miss Rose Kavanaugh, isters and Protestant organizations last affair until after Lent. The f!do For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. by passion on tho Unionist. a tor of the United States and part will preside and the committees for boll will ring and fun. the ensuing year will be formed. bare never Raised their voices o'clock, giving ample begin at 8:30 Thereor Is no concession 'then that of a responsible government." More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a total time for all Mrs. J. P. Mullally, State Deputy against Tollglous intolerance toward to be in at the start. should be ruled out. No convenis the monument of confidence bailt by tb Regent of Indiana, gave a very in- deposit of more than $13,000,000,conservative 3IOTION PICTURES. tional etiquette with, regard to perpeople of Louisville at this safe, their Catholic 'fellow citizens. It is , bank. teresting and inspiring talk at the sons o- - sections) should be allowed LEGION "WILL ACCEPT. a hard saying but it is true. We Arrangements have been made for last meeting. one moment to staud In the way for UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND are glad, ihowever, that Catholic high class motion pictures every Semme.3 Walmsley, Chairman o of negotiation. OFFICERS ELECTED. leaders are raising their voices the National Memorials Commission still has more In- Sunday evening at 6:30 and 8: 15. at Mr. de Valera against intolerance toward the Jews. of the American Legion, announced fluence than any other single per- St. Xavler's Gym. Tomorrow evento be presented The Sarto IUorary Club, New AlSunday night that his committee has son la Nationalist Ireland. If any ing the picture God's Country," will bany, met and held Its We have Jiad to suffer through folannual elecdecided to recommend acceptance of legitimate business towards a real be "Back a to intolerance and we know by nice comedy. For Sun- tion at (the home of Mrs. Jamtes L. him the $5,000,000 offered the American settlement could be done withthink lowed day evening, February 13, the grot Russell. The now officers who will what It to. "We can the. more read-il- y Legion by the Knights of Columbus we should do it. Whether w charge of sympathize with the Jews ot for use- - In the erection of a me- nf Emnlre and armaments, of Anglo- - Lenten photo play, "The Eternal haveseason are tna club ifor tho com- r, Miss Agatha Schaef-feClay and Fulton Streets. the League Llgh," Is announced. Thte to a ing America, against which the cam-- e morial to those who died in France. American relations and markets and product of the Holy land and one President; Miss Mary Egan, report will be presented to the of Nations, of world very lowest prices. Givo us a trial. pais of datolfrance to now being The prosperity, Ireland enters of the most Impressive and inter- Vice President; Mrs.. W. L. Stein, High Grade Coal at the on home uommjine City 4489; Mala 1058 Secretary and Treasurer. esting pictures yet produced. ' ',:' tUfeoted. They" will not find Cath- - National Executive vitally Into the, reckoning. Washington on February 7. ' Kentucky and Indiana Products Co. RELIEF IN IRELAND! pro-Germ- an cs Byrne Speed Coal Corporation w n. al , ser-ure- ce AA SI iKA 4uyY hands-across-the-s- WHICH TO BUY nAVC ajtx. J H1(nHhlr: XLL J pro-Engli- ss y, ct KIRSCHBAUM CLOTHES AT THESE PRICES. Jew-baiti- ng He-Ba- Mc-Gul- ct $40.00 values now $28.50 I $55 and $50 values now $34.50 f $60.00 values now $38.50 Big Reductions in Odd Trousers ing take time by the "forelock" and select that new outfit you now need. $35.00 values now $24.50 t iaiNNINfilEWKRRnTZ t EXCLUSTVR rJiTTHRS SHOP v.h Coffee Prices Lower 0 JOHN M. MULLOY semi-monthl- y eentl-mentalls- m LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK siity-sU-yer-o- COAL NEW O. T. COAX. S. CO. . un; v J L ,.Xi If ja::iiFi?JOHrxr xieiam: ajce:imoa3!t - Screened Coal PROTECTED FROM FEBRUARY INTENTION. The general Intention, recommended by the Holy Father thla month to tho Associates of the Apostleshlp to Prayer, Is very dear to tho fieart of Holy Church. In many countries she has had ito lament the banishment of religion from the schools and violent attempts to rob the little ones of Christ of tholr Christian inheritance. Hence His Holiness asks us to pray that the eyed of men may be opened to understand the vital importance of Christian education It La against the assaults of enemies of religion and of public welfare that we are invited to pray this month, so that in every nation on the face of tho globe the true principles of Christianity may prevail In regard to the education of youth. TRINITY COUNCIL. STRICTLY FRESH MACARONI EGG NOODLES SPAGHETT OCEAN FISH With the Tange of the SWF mtsWSY kVViii rft -- l HM mens furnishings 408W.MARKET XtLOUISVILLE.K) ST.gr' J ICEANDSNOW Eastern Ky. Block, $9.75 Eastern Ky.Mine Run $7.50 Western Ky. Lump, $8.25 Western Ky. Nut, $7.50 Ocean A. ENGELHARD PENDBNNIS Inc. SONS CO. 5c ipl.KJVj J "f National Bank of Kentucky FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. "YOU'LL FIND IT WORTHWHILE" TO BAT IN A Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and Oldest Bank in the State. Geo. Miller, Twenty-Sixth Jr., Coal Co. "West Elevator and Yards and Howard 11 Shawnee 040 Standard Dairy Lunch House Incorporated THE HOUSE OF QUALITY AND QUANTITY Variety of not Dishes, Pastry, Homo Mado Pics, Cakes, Meats 219 SOUTH FIFTH STREET In Middle of Square PRICES REASONABLE jW diseases Trinity Council. Y. M. I., at its meeting (last week elected the fol- BAY STATE FISHING CO. lowing delegates to the Catholic Federations Victor K. Ecker, Wholesale and Retail. J. Cooney, William B. Ooda, James B. Kelly, John L. Sullivan. 224 West Jefferson Street Under the leadership ot President Opposite Jefferson Theater Bob Muhs this council expects this City 90T0 year will greatly Increase the membership and surpass all others. Eu-Kene PRE-LENTEN FRESH SHIPMENTS RECEIVED DAILY Wo Mak a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry, Try Our Celebrated we Uso AH Modern Appliances in tho Elimination of Pain. Bay State Haddock 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Finnan Haddies Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. Ocean Salmon Phono City 4503 Phone City 4503 HEALTHFUL NUTRITIOUS ECONOMICAL LEWIS DOUGLAS MORTON Drs. Harrison and Strassburg' HUBER HAND STOKER 25 PER CENT. COAL SAVING. Combustion Engineering and Furnace Repairing City 8381 irtl EXCELLENT OOPPEE 604 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Near Broadway PROMPT SERVICE SOCIAL. I k OF THE BLOOD J K, CORNS,BUNIONS tafrnttef std Akmrmtl Half lr yoar boys an dnoatioa tbat will prepare them for life SclHtfflcilly TtMM Dr. Uriah Z. Lltsiy 507 St. Xavler's College ?? 1 Ckir41 pZL?3mm lBi2iS?BB .Starke Beta BaUAim Paoes XU W. Broadway, SoalavUle, 3Cy. .Conducted by tbe Xaverlan Brothers. Scientific Clasilcal, and Buslnesi Courses, Preparatory Department, Large Swimming Pool, Well Equipped Gymnasium. Terms moderate. Bro. Benjamin, Dlr. ing from inflamed bladder, sore kidneys, lame back, aches and pains! T-the New Discovery, will bring quick relief. This prescription is sold upon honor backed by your dollar back if dissatisfied. Don't delay. Try a bottle today. YOUR DRUGGIST Oil CITY 7517 T-- K Listen, you who are suffer- The congregation of St. Paul's church. Pleasure Ridge Park, has secured St. Helen's Commercial Club social next Tuesfor a day afternoon nnd evening and tho ladies of tho parish will serve a country supper 'from 5 to 8 o'clock. pre-Lent- en N. 4 W 1154. 1 .V 'a. 521-2- 3 .1,i COURT PLACE Main 1950 4 PERFECT FITTING SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES CARDINAL IMPROVES. Advices from Baltimore this week are that continued improvement In the condition ot His Eminence is renorted by Cardinal Gibbons members of Ills household. DECORATIONS DISTRIBUTED. KECO vuia CO. & Uttwwv Home Phone, City 4300 Cumb. Phone, Main 3580-- A vmm. ""i, !.', 4 f isJvX S. CfD sfj" OPTICAL Joseph HubbuchSr. & Son Dealers In " 1120-112- WALL PAPER AND RUGS FALLS CITY HALL BLOC 8 WEST MARKET ST. Yar- - Weekly Savings Club START ONE THIS MONTH WITH THE Rent a Royal Electric Cleaner 1713 W. Market, Louisville, Laboratory Ky. South Louisville Bank Fourth and Central Avenue CALL. US FOR Supreme Knight James A. Flaherthe1 ty distributed decorations awarded by Pope Benedict, In recognition ot K. of C. war and reconstruction work, at a meeting of K. of C. officer's at the Hotel Commodore, New York City. TACKY PARTY. Oculists' Prescriptions. SOUTHERN COMPANY sonsl Proyrty at On AV Btamonas ana other rornlturs. X. O owit Sates la BUILD1NO Otty PZOFSE'S PBOVXDSHT ASSOCXA.TIOV zvoosremxTXD Incorporated E. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON 208 Fourth andChestnut. COLEMAN JOHN B. RATTERMAN Oil4 and ""You "Will Ko Grease FOR ALL PURPOSES Kentucky Consumers Oil Company Kentucky Louisville Better at Spurrier's" DELI-CATESSE- N ht? 'm To IIclpYou With Your Gleaning wtj itm I'Jionc us .now. Incorporated 3.33-33- 5 St. Philip Neri's Dramatic Club FUNERAL DIRECTOR will entertain with a tacky party in Windhorst Hall, Floyd and Wood2114 WEST MARKET STREET bine streets, next Tuesday evening from S to 11 o'clock. Refreshments Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland will be served and entertainment West 1179. furnished for young and old. KMekviceM fRl( KfricuRnrfSj AND I IPifl OMEGA CLEAXING, DYEING, REPAIR WORK. Mrs. Nellie Broderick. PRESSING. 1 Prop's. a IsLLLLLLH Ink illllllllllB Kj FRED.CLOEMKER'J GA. Mw't FwK-m, IRISH STRATEGY. ORDERS TO LEAVE. LOUISVILLE. KY. Telephone,, j Childers Elect. Co. WEST MAIN ST. City 135 Main AND FRESH MEATS t AND VEGETABLES SPURRIER GROCERY CO. THIRTY-FOURT& BROADWAY Shawnee 1817 Phones West 852 FANCY GROCERIES H JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED Ml TUTtnTtf cFcrd Commtf thlCaru Ijsssr SHOCK ABSORBERS Scl Established 1820 - Louisville, Ky OFFICE OUTFITTERS PRIOTWW STATIONERS OF AUTOMOBILES NIGHT AND DAY. General Repair Work, Cleaning and Polishing. STORAGE Centucky-Indian- a Service Stntlon and Liberty KY. HASSLER SALES CO. City 2712 Phones Main 3473 Lord J. OtCallaghan. Dona! Ireland is a country of 32,000 Mayor of Cork, has been ordered by squaro miles, or about two-thirtho size of New York State. It is a Secretary Wilson of the Labor Dethe United States small domain in comparison with partment, to leave He Is now In the any ot our far Western States. by February 11. Michael Collins Is the acknowledged country as a seaman awaiting an leader of the Irish Republican army, opportunity to reship. and tho crown forces together with PASTOR "ACTORS" CHURCH. the hired assassins of the great British empire have searched the little in St. Island for over eighteen months In a Forty-nint- h Malachy's church, York West City, street, New vain endeavor to apprehend the Irish known as military leader. The same powerful cause of the "Actor's Church," be-a the fact that there are empire throws its cordon ot search- great many theatrical folk among Its ports to forestall parishioners, has a new pastor in ers around British landing when in the De Valera's the Rev. Edward F. Leonard, wihose midst of his loyal Supporters. Scot- appointment lias been announced to land Yard with dtsi budding Sher- Bucceed tho Rev. Lawrence E. Murlock Holmes was pressed Into serv- ray. Father Murray died last sumice, but the present Lord Mayor of pastorate of throe years. Cork quietly lands at Norfolk In his mer after a successful endeavor to give testiMISSION IN FLORIDA. country mony England's All work called for and delivered. Hats cleaned and blocked. "All we ask is a trial." SV Hu. wd ttfjg1 FOURTH AND O STS Jg 426 E. CALDWELL CM, Phone City 1419. ST. THE VERY BEST SDIS DRAWS FUtE, ASK FOR EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS C. A. KOERNER GENERAL CONTRACTORS OFFICE AND YARD: FLOYD AND BURNETT STREETS LOUISVILLE, KY. We Boy Rags, Scrap Iron, Metalu, Automotive Oo. Home Tel. 3063 Broadway at First. Watch Crystals Fitted SOc Watch and Jewelry Repairing The Radius Jewelry Shop 408 COUTH FOURTH AVE. Next to Rex Theater Open Evenings Until 0 P. M. Some, Phono, City 7804 Comb. Phone, West Shoes For Every Member Family Home Phone 3906 of the 412-- W FRED FEIGE & SON UNION MADE SHOES AND SLIPPERS 431 BAST MARKET STREET LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY Frank Hartman & Sons HOUSE PAINTERS AND DECORATORS ot in this brutal attempt to suppress the spirit of liberty In Erin. So runs the" story of strategy of Ireland against the world s greatest empire in every single turn of events in one of the most determined stands for liberty that the world has ever seen. Ye; the opposition maintains that the Vish are Incapable of ruling themselves If this be so, then It Is only logical that the country that has shown a lesser brain capacity has a lesser claim at all to rule others who have had the misfortune of being placed beneath Its foreign political sceptre. DESTROY IRISH COLLEGE. of St. Boniface Convent, will tomorrow close a very successful two weeks' mission that he .has been conducting at St. Michael's church, Pensacola, Fla. M., Rev. Father Daniel LInfert, O. F. AFIUOAX Rev. MISSION. Hlg- - a'ns, noted African missionaries, now sneak nc In Indiana, will do heatd In New Albany the latter part of this, month. They will come to St. Mary's church on February 20, and to IR4v Trinity church on Feb ruary 6 I RETURXSvTO CIUOAGO. The Rev. Eugene Creegan, C. P., Provincial of the Passlonlst order, who was 111 In a Cincinnati hospital for some weeks,- - has recovered and returned to his heAdquartere in Chicago. ORDER Vn Fathers O'Rourke and Protests against sentiment voiced by Hear Admiral William S. Sims, Preiddent ot the Naval War College, in a speecii at Boston last week in which .he Is aliened to have chareeil that the Sinn Fein fought America as vigorously as did the Germans during the World War, were received by Secretary ot tho Navy Josophus Daniels Saturday. One came in the shape ot a telegram from Thomas A. Nlland, Boston, PURE asking why "Admiral Sims shouldn't be courtmartialed" for participating WHOLESOME "as a British propagandist" in tho Boston meeting. The other came SAFE. from Matthew Cummlngs. President of tho Greater Boston Council ot the Friends of Irish Freedom, and. asked that Mr. Daniels call upon Admiral Sims to submit to the Secretary of the Navy or to a naval board concrete facts to substantiate his statements. The Secretary refused to comment on the remark slmputed to Admiral Sims, but said that he would first ask for a transcript of the speech anu arter receiving it give the mat PAINTS AND VARNISHES ter ihis careful consideration. PRESERVE AND BEAUTIFY Mr. Daniels was credited In afternoon newspapers with having ex- Best Service Moderate Prices pressed displeasure over the re319-32- 5 SOUTH SHELBY ST. EWING'S DAIRY PRODUCTS Rubber and Paper Stock LOUISVILLE WASTE MATERIAL 00. WEST JEFFERSON ST. Home Phone, City 1109 LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY 001-00- 3 'P THE BLATZ QUALITY n TRY BORGMAN'S CHILE SOFT DRINKS, OIGARS, ETC. City 4540 1000 WEST BROADWAY Cumb. West 9366 In reprisal for the ambuslh at 1800 WEST MARKET STREET Teronure, a Dublin suburb, Saturday night. When an officer and eight Residence Phono Shawnee 122-- J soldiers were wounded, the military PARRAKEET Cullonswood destroyed Sunday tflseralwater & Grocery Company GLOBE SECURITY A LOAN OO House. The .big place was formerly used bv PadralK Pearse as St. Ed Incorporates, Incorporated na's College. Pearse led the Easter YOUR A. Lazar, Manager FOR THE BENEFIT OP week rebellion In 1916 and was KIDNEYS DRINK PARRAKEET Money Advanced on Your Plain Hot sentenced for his part in that unMINERAL WATER dertaking. Pearse bequeathed the 812 West Jefferson Strom public house to hla mother, who has Parkway 405 (Second Fleor) a Kindergarten, been conducting Home Phone City 2 967. teachinfr a large group of boys and Both Phones 2406 girls the Irish language. The reprisal was carried out by a big SEE POOLKY FOR HONEY. REUTLINGER & CO. force ot soldiers, who tore up toe Loans to those having regular la floors, broke the windows, tpre off Adolph Reatllnger omeB or salary, with no publicity the roofs and wrecked, am! demol r red tape. Loans to housekeepers ished the contents, then- the place FIRE INSURANCE a their personal security. was set on fire. A Mrs. Wedall, who was the only person In the F. R, POOLEY, TORNADO, LIABILITY AND place at the time, mado the tallow-ineGLASS PLATE Beam 1, d Bolldlag, statement: "Tho military came In big force, 415 S. Foartk Street. 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET armed with crowbars and axes They Immediately set about to re Home Phone, Shawnee 803 duce the place to a state or ruin. Thev Dlled the crowbars and axes HENRY GOSS against tho furniture, broke out the down windows and ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING the stalrwavs frames and tor looked until the place as If it had been shelled tho whole TIb Roofs Repaired aad Painted Funeral Directors day and every shell mado a direct Asphalt Shingles a Speeefadty hit." 9011 WEST BROADWAY Embalmers. has Issued a Gen. Strickland proclamation forbidding all huntTelephone 1022 ing, THE SHEPPARD 00. racingcoursing and In South Irtfand after Feb OOO B5. . Incorporated ruary 7. STEEL AND IRON WORKHRS MANIFEST MUCH INTEREST. 1812 WEST MAIN STREET Designs Estimates Fnmlsfeed ot St. Helena's CoMembers Home Phone, City 577 BLOW operative Club are much gratified ovor the deep Interest that la manLOUISVILLE, KY. club Steam Forgtega and Fire Bseane ifested In their proposed .newshown Mechanical Air Engineers house. This was practically Apfarata Oar Specialty Manufacturers and Erectors ot by the enormous crowd that atDUST OOLLSCTTNG SYSTHnf tended their entertainment at TrinWe Make a Specialty ot Pipe ity Hall, which not only tilled the WM. P. BANNON Work for the young large audKorlum but VKNTZLATXNG men's club room and balcony as HEATING OOMTXAOTINa 7LAST1U1 well. The girls of the 644 HAST JEFFERSON ST. Club now realize that they have LOUISVILLE, KY. BROOK AND BLOOM more friends and boosters than they Olty 8389 Gmt. g. 114 thought they .had. r Oourler-Jonrxu- OF CROWN. The Order of the Crown ot Italy conferred upon'. Archbeen bishop Hayes, of New York, by the Government of ItaTy. in recognition of his services ito Italians during tho war. y V rwtv Til? rpf rpi.yr ... ..' nt ijj.va .,-x -- marks Imputed to Admiral Sims1, City 866 West 86 LOUISVILLE, KY. but denied that ho had done so. With respect to the general subject & of naval officers talking he said: Home Phono, City 3147 "As for naval officers who want to PRESTON PISH AND get into the limelight there are. City Elevator and Warehouse POULTRY STORE two courses. One course is to muzHay, Grain and Feeds Wholesale and Retail zle them and thus enable thepi to put themselves more In tho limeFISH, OYSTERS, GAME AND The Home of "Quality Feeds" light by shouting that they are POULTRY muzzled. The other is to give them Ohio River Fish 122 N. FOURTH ST. AND rope enough to hang themselves. Guaranteed Eggs 213 N. FIFTEENTH ST. 424 SOUTH PRESTON STREET Of the two Admiral Sims doesn't know which is the worst. There Is South 847-Thirty-tw- o no rule in the navy now which City 4597 Years Ought To Be Suf- muzzles officers." ficiont Guarantee For My Job Work Promptly Attended To Knowledge and Integrity Oscar Farmer Sons W v Ten thousand Catholic women of the name of Mary have registered for the Mary Memorial Chapel of tho National Shrine ot the Immaculate Conception at the Catholic University, according to an announcement of tho Rev. Dr. Bernard A. McKcnna. H.B0SSES0N and BROADWAY LARGEST of IN COUNTRY. ltQ. point-to-poi- nt LIBERTY PIPI WOKXI Burning of mortgages and bonds the cjub house' marked tho tenth anniversary of- tho occupation of Its oalatlal ouarlers by DotroK Council, Knights of Columbus, on January; 25. Detroit Council Is the largos In the ordor. It has more than 8 continue tojsupport Ireland In tho 000 members. truggle. "Mo of them." alio said, "aro allvotethe fact that part of the SERVICE MEN HELPED. money they loaned to England during the war li being used for cerThe final report of the Knight Columbus emnlovment system w Questain purposes In Ireland." rendered bv Supreme Secretary Wil tioned about her future plans, Mrs. liam J. McOlnley. who suuervteI MacSwlney said really had sho the work, at a meeting of K. of p. none. She supposed thai she would report shows spend a few days In london and officers this week. The that tho Knights operated bureaus then go to Ireland. "I am glad to tn everv State of the Union, secu be back." she ttatd. "but," she Ing positions for 63,008 firmer added with emnhas, "not to Engop land, of course." service men at a total eost of eration of 1272.276. approximately fiftv ceate. ter utacemest thta cot ANNUAL RRTRKAT. at-excluding rentals of bureaus. ly homed r K. or v. The annual retreat for the mm reemi. , PaseienM order began I born et th - U It's For Sale Give Me n Call .urt,. iiiiuit'i .uiicowiutv iyiu ner S M PINK VARBLE companion, MJra KW,ieen O'Con-nv- jl arrived at T'lbury from Now Plans and Estimates Cheerfully REALTOR AND AUCTIONEER Furnished otu uy tne liner I'anlinndlo State. TRUST BLDG. Owlnc to Government restrictions 121C SOUTH PRESTON STREET 214 LOUISVILLE tho jressel Vas not allowed to call Both Phones at Qbrk. Every courtesy was exGEO. C. tended to tho ladles by the officers Mark SalM, Pre. and crow of the steamer and by the Manufacturer of 7. O. Taooss, 80. and ftni, officials of the company. They were rpcelved at Tilbury by J. H. McMONUMENTS AND L. GRAUMAN A OO. Donnell and MJss O'Brien, sister ot Incorporated CEMETERY WORK Art O'Brien, on behalf of tho London Irish. In an Interview Mrs. aas ef SXfUs aa4 EAST KENTUCKY ST. Baalsrs Za Ail MacSwitiey, who was in excellent sum, osan tare Homo Phono, City 178 MTS, health, alluded In glowing terms to HOT DHN, DHHH ksiTUffrats. the cordiality of her welcomo in sis wmt max rrmmm the State, expressing confidence Home Shaw. 105 Cumb. West 293 (hat tho people there ware going to Hem raoa. ty lltl " GLAD TO RE BACK. LEO H. WEBER Designer and Builder of ODER N II O ( E WETSTEIN nxtx, -- SIMON P0NTRICH ) FLORIST Cut Flowers, Designs, Plants Twrat.eigtitli JOHN ASSENT PIANO TUXIX 10BO EAST BURNETT GfwoJ, AVENUE JOHN I. WATHEN rvtutrruiui Monirti awb PACKIft 111! LOtfo Mala 411 Was Heme Phone, City 838 1SIS-- L City IS19 Res., Shawnee UserBeraU4 Sullivan Transfer Co. Mt4 aMKWtAL MrrANca sauldm Mens, OKy ' FRED ERHART ARCHITECT 1. X. A. Zrwy Ham Ffcena, City TM WneUsale ' mm . 8. KKAFF'l MEAT MABKBT Retail NORTON BUILDING . W. Ctnwr Fwrtk Jffkm HI SAW J unemployment t a 0X1AXBMI DYI1 to irelr Crem Menastwr. Mt. Ad The Church Debt nA llulldln tew. to be bandied tr Usersarated maintain tm ams. Cincinnati, to eeadttet the reThey are St. Lout HertrtMd' chHrch asenev. Fund of seek! eottnell bureau for irMM. but tf treat there. The Ner. Mrfwin Mn- - KXMNtT OUUKMW OV LAMM has arranged a r nn. O. r.. m th retreat master at and wrir! v wwwHfc lint iicwwtipp m (or next Tuesday StterfieeM AX MsWTLMMilN WBAMIHI Is WM Mm fleered, Heart Retreat In ereatag ia Krtraftd HM, Mxth tfen.wWe setentlAn APPAWSL and Tho- alse eMmt that U K. of riHe. rather Adalbert and street, near Oak. The efcJMreit T K thefe friends will fceM ferth in the Us slVTWt HfVrwr WWTTPI AKTM9R K. HOWAXK. In tent hf rtmir aJtentee wMle the grewRwp wHI than la the erentaig. wsrlc, fsHT tn4e nnnnat retf enc. fee MR tree term. nHRTRAND CLUB SOCIAL. ot CelumetM learnl, from their The Knight NATIONAL PROBI.HM. , trucks rem pkocm an TRANArOHTATfOX, etese February The ewe, have day and Heart Retreat, l. reeter Oasts., Lesndor ha gene FALA01 ef wred x4tel that, Hev mreV writ 8. BerHner, C. "MAYWBX PAWmisr 1119 WMT MAIN RTRsWC I nl btjlmmly AX mmm, pre-Lent- en Ktn4 - Lt. rtwit xutMnvr mtom wriMM M rf etrlald $J,MI U4r r . f T1I4 ITU tl t. . "o Bjsp'xxjw&z x'&xmik ASSJC&J&iX&AJSC. I f -- HERMAN STRAUS FOURTH AVgHUf SONS MARKeTSTRHT J ' I ! tNCOVPatAreo "Incorporated We Give and Redeem lllissilsaa- Surety Coupons. We dive and Redeem Oold Trading Stamp. j f m : DO YOU KNOW ABOU7 OUR BOYS' SUITS HOUSEHOLD CLUB A Convenient PLAN ? and Dignified Methoa of Purchasing I nousenoia JKequtremems on jsccrrcu Payments. $10 Cottage Pudding the best ever made with u w High Class Furniture AT LOWEST PRICES. 4$44' M'M''tMMMM'fr -- The oatataadlBg feature of this method are tts convenience la making parchaaes without any. considerable outlay of cash. The advantago of baring on the Club Plan during our yarlouj sale AT BAIiH PRICES. WnnteTer la the price of the goods to a cash or a charge customer, that Is also the price to a Household Club Plan customer. There Is positively no advance. There are no "confidential arrangements." It Is conducted upon an open basis with a fixed schedule of rates. The first payments and the Monthly payment are the same to all. t SURETY COUPONS ARE Q1VEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS DI5THS A J? LOUR 'COTTAGE PUDDING RECIPE 2 cupB 1 M cup butter M cup sugar 1 orb (well beaten) We are offering you these Suits at a very special price, just to advertise our Boys Department. These Suits are made of good woolen splendidly tailored and finished, THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW mate-terial- s, $10 699v9$w v0$090tw' 1 cup milk Arlstos Flour rounding teaspoons powder teaspoons salt baking i Carpets, Stoves and Ranges, Lace Gurtains and Linoleums. JAMES GREENE 415. 417 and 419 East Market St. Cream the butter; add gradually tho sugar and egg. Sift together thoroughly the Arlstos Flour, baking powder ana salt and add alternately with the milk to tho first mixture. Bako in a moderate oven thirty-nvminutes. Servo with vanilla or hard sauce. Crushed strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, cranberries and any Juicy, crushed, sweetened fruits or jellies and preserves, can bo served with this pudding. o Where the QuicK Meal Comes In This Trade-Mar- k on Every Sack JOHN H. SHINE & COMPANY, SWISS CLEANING OF" I liKXTKX KKASOX. DISTRIBUTORS - MEN'S SUITS With .Minor Repairs Free Saves Baying. J j Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed. Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS iNcoapoRA.ro Office 017 Sooth Feurtb. Plant 001) South Sixth. DON'T FORGET THAT GRAYVON ALLMEN Sanitary Milk Co. jKoomroBAi of an Irish comedian of high merit who won distinction in the Mackin Lenten regulations for the Die Council opera productions. cese of Louisville have been arRECENT DEATHS. ranged by the Right Rev. Bishop O'Donaghue and Issued 'to all of Tuesday morning Mrs. Catherine the diocesan clergy. These regulations are to bo read in" all thb O'Brien, aged fifty ears, wife of Thomas D. O'Brien, South Louischurches at all the masses on Sunday, February 6. On ville grocer, passed from ithls life tho same date there will be read to at the family residence, 529 West the faithful th annual appeal In N street. Of a friendly disposition behalf of the Negro and Indian mis- and always ready to aid her neighsions in the United States. This1 ap- bor, her death Is regretted by a peal Is sent out by His Eminence wide circle of acquaintances. Be James Cardinal Gibbons, Archbishop sides her husband he leaves a of Baltimore; Archbishop Dennis J. daughter. Miss Elizabeth O'Brien, and and a son, Thomas J. O'Brien. Dougherty, of Philadelphia, Archbishop Patrick J. Hayes, of Her funeral took place Thursday New York. The annual collection morning from Holy Name church, for these missions Is taken up on Rev. Father John O'Connor officiatthe first Sunday of Lent, February ing at it lie requiem high mass. 13. The penitential season opens Attended by a large number of with the impressive services of Ash her friends and acquaintances, the Wednesday, February 9. funeral of Miss Catherine Cuslck. Quin-quagesi- POPE'S EXCYCLICAL. Pope Benedict, on the occasion of the seventh centenary of the founda tion of the Third Order of St Francis of Assist, addressed an encyclical Saturday to all Bishops throughout the world which calls on all mankind to work for world pence und Christian reconciliation, Invoking especially the assistance of all "children of Christian peace and Where the borne la brighteet i Where toe work u lightest; Where the meal i cooked beat; Where the range stand the teat the whore That's 'Qulck Where work dome U Ileal" oocaes mm Where eooSda real fast Where baklag Kirea t llght Where dredge te eaa ' sight where That's "Quiet Meal"' m Qalck Meal GasRaageB Sold, Installed and lllgl ly Vucommmwir GEHER & SON. THE NAME KENTUOICr & INDIANA 215 W. MARKET T. ritODUOTS COMPANY MEANS those belonging to tho Third PURE PASTEURIZED MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS BUTTER A SPECIALTY The customer will know WEE'S WORK EXDED. News of the death of Rev. Father Henry I. Rothheut early Monday jj morning spread a pall of gloom over Louisville Catholic circles. For years Father Rothheut had rir iniM ni wji vnr oa,i been pastor of St. Francis of Asslsl a8stst In work. for the AL. S. SMITH, PROP. pct, anrt ;; - charity. church, and under his adminlstraShe was a woman of the congregation flourished and empiary character who1 made friends of all whom she met. olty. Born In Germany sixty years Daniel years ago. Father Rothheut was educated o'd, who J. Barry fifty-fohad many friends for the priesthood in Louvaln, Bel- city, passed to his eternal In this reward gium. He was ordained in 1888 Tuesday .BOTH PHONES 810. " i and In September of the same year Frank P.morning at tho residence of Smith. 539 Whitney ave your home hospitable and attracMake came to America. His first ap nue. The rfimalns were taken to polntment was at St. Mary's church, Bowling Green, SOI THEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STSi tive this winter by the the addition of services Louisville, and later for a time he being conducted the funeral by Rev. lighting. Thursday attractive and correct Returnwas located at Springfield. Father ing to Louisville, he was for a church. Mayes at St. Joseph's PORTABLES, FLOOR LAMPS, LIGHTING PURN1TURE number of years assistant pastor at Wednesday morning the last sol St. Vincent do Paul's church. Three weeks ago he was stricken with emn rites were held over the ro- Brlght'8 disease and was removed malnsof Mrs. Vera Ott at St. Cechurch. Mrs. Ott was thlrtyto St. Anthony's Hospital, whore cilla everything possible was done for four years old and the beloved Wife IMO0RrOXl.UD 132 1529 WEST MARKET STREET East Chestnut him but without avail. Father Roth- ofBen Ott City 897 heut is bui rived by a sister. Miss Rtreet. for whom Is felt the sympaJEFFERSON 528 WEST Mnln 1800 who made her thy of a largo number of friends. Gertrude Roth.-ir.t- . Crystal Electric Washer and Wringer. Universal Farm Lighting Plants. home with him at '.he church rec1 THREE FIXE GAMES. tory. Tho body was taken to the KILIi ENVOY PIAN. church Tuesday afternoon, whr$ it The Catholic Basketball Leaguo lay in state until tho solemn (regames 1 Indirect recoBnltlon of the quiem mass Thursday morning. A nut un three well played HARVEY-JELLIC- O flOMIi PHONE 88 largo crowds Tuesday night, .CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071.7 of Ireland was knocked out guard of honor, composed of members of tho Knights of Columbus but without changing the standing. In tho Houe of ueproaentatlveA on (IKOOSrOXA1 and trustees of the church, tood Mackin Council ran away from the a point of ordor. During consideraj watch whllo the body Jay in state. Vornon boy and still holds first tion of tho diplomatic appropriawas largely attended by tnlace, closely followed by St. Xavlor, tion hill Iteprefientatiro Mamn, of the Service. Tho funeral The Company With the Coal and priests from this and other dio- who were given a reav cre ny Illinois, a memoor of tho ForeiKn parish-lone- r Trinity Council, whose team showed Affair Committee, offered an Fifteenth and Magnolia. Yard at First and A. ceses and a largo nitmbor of Yards located at accompanied the "nprored form. The ilortranrt team amendment providing a salary of remains to their last resting l!co in wWa returned a winner over tho K. 1 0,000 for a M In tat or to Ireland. Yard and Blerator, Pepe and Payne Streets. of'C, having a good lead and never Instantly half a dozen RepresentatSt. Michael's cometery. Beth Phones at All lards. befnic In danger. This morning the ive- wero on their feet. Chairman I on ap- Mackin team leaves for Cincinnati, RoKern. of the JRFFKUHOXVII.IiE. whfre It will make lt debut to- pripriatlonti In charge of the bill, dramatic production to night aalnt the crack KntghU of chatleRRed the right of the Houee NNVIf Vea rM9 sWCe M ffvWa V bo Tho flrat thin to Include such n amendment oa H. L MMM. rmWset ml Nwftf. by tho 81. Columhua team of that cKy. offered It round that It waa wkhout author-M-y AnKHUe Dramatic Society, MKKTINO HOlt T.I)II3. of law ami that them had been or Sunday. February 6, ho executive recognition of Irrland and evefilnr. I a aftwRO TU Ahelejy Democratic Cluh will Hefare the point wa sustained by from the pe of FMlwr T. A. Rhw was for lttn, C 8. V, noted dramtlt and holilV RRMlal meetingwann Udlra of Keprft'WRtatlvo Towner, who qtiea-tlo- a ho Hond aM Thlnl at (Jam. jrtHic, Maaon declared the Flee, (HclMr "The Call" U a draw I Uwt aaa CnWtrt Patent LMaaa M far d of fMlly with rwipect to Ceaaafes, the hart hH. hHy and HeeeUne tbre acta which crM ftanaan's HauM be detemtaed by utrlmw of the aiUiice (rem the itrem. TrMay ewnljr. Tehrnary 1227 WEST MARKET STREET. WaWCet4a4.1n4aTll,T&cMUeiks, d f IS. Lnl PreOeVai Charlee W Mil ea lit mark sad not oa a till the rlM t th CHrUI arlUneatary point. Aa tea aparo llka aM( Dm (Hfker vsteait a of th th ttay the eUl taritaebM to the Udi who are KWillon. K aathorlnsl, wenM aat tatore art MriIHMl to h d tmt ef the be luaaeAiy, In aHerMtiRK emll ltHfUt M the nve HiMoe actum avaltabta untilatJuly,. 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Tertlarles must diffuse ChrlsHu spirit and oppose the two, worst contemporary evils, nttiely the Insati able avidity 16 .possess worldly goods end the unquenchable thirst tor pleasure. These evils show themselves Jn perpetual contest between the proletariat and the rich, as well as In immodesty of women's dress and modern dancing. Let men follow St. Francis of Assist, whose constant desire was to make himself Chrlstllke in poverty, humility and Let women be convinced that they can not better acquire merit toward the church and their mother country than by working for the correction of corrupt cusltuns." T.i Pontiff recapitulates the his tory of the foundation of the Third Order,, emphasizing that St. Francis of AhsIsI especially wished that tertlarles d'rtingulsh themselves by biotheriy love. This evangelical precept, says the encyclical which was so ii.iefdi amidst the civil discord of the Franciscan epoch, was a source of inspiration to Pope Benedict when the whole wortd was ravaged in the into war, and more so now when very grave internal discords perturb so many countries. The Pontiff concludes by urging the Bishops to Increase as well as to revive associations of tertlarles throughout the world and calls attention that he himself Is enrolled. self-sacrific- e. that you watch his interests If you sell & K. I. PRODUCTS x, FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERS Incorporated KENTUCKY AND INDIANA PRODUCTS CO. JACKSON AND FEHU AVENUE BOTH PHONES 4262 ! HHweoeejewmesnejsi,ifewessata QRAN W. SMITH'S SON Director tand Funeral Embalmerjj ! !! ejt)f H)eeeeeeeeewewMieeeeiews)isis)saajS4 THOMAS KEEN AN ..ITXJKrEKAI DIRECTOR.. COAL CO. be-fo- ro Ro-puh- llc J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. JStXalrx and-oth- era i i ee 8222 vr P. BANNON PIPE CO. 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