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Kentucky Irish American: February 12, 1921 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1921 kec1921021201_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: February 12, 1921 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. f o TO HBICK8 mMHNRVATMNSTME HARDWARE iKKT kick 3aa W. Market St. lHlrM$. Ml rkwn 432 uinue a. Kj. Kentucky Irish American LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, PEBRUARY 12, 1921. had a horse. Tho women as a rule say: "What do they do with the taves anyway wo "haven't any real police, and tho streets are dirty as can be." Referring to dirty street, the oldest ilnhab Hants can not recall when Louisville's streets wore in a more deplorable condition tlian just now, and It Is significant that at the Hoard of Trade meeting Wednesday "cleaner street? nnd cleaner alleys were asked for." The recent snows have degenerated Into filthy mud nnd dust, and tho old joker flushor was not oven In operation to clean the crossings and intersections, many central merchants protesting lately against tho conditions at crossings. It is supposed that tho Boardot Works doesn't know the war is over, n? Hint was a stock excuse of Davy Rose and hi? assoears nnd a lialf ago. ciates Then they said tho streets couldn't bo repaired or cleaned because of tho shortage of labor duo to tho war. of dollars Tho thousands paid In by taxpayers for street cleaning and repairing must be one fat pickup for the "reform" administration, as there Is no proof that muoh of it is being spent. Tho only street cleaner seen around hero s, the last few years Is Jupiter and he doesn't get paid for Out In Limerick a his services. woman sent her llttlo boy to tho grocery the other day but bad to go and rescue him, as he found the stuck going too rough and got hopelessly in tho mud. Just as we predicted, tho strain of handling the Keystone comedy cops has been too much for Chief Potty and he has gone to West Badon Springs to recuperate, and his statement of tho Lieut. Oonklln and Sergt. Boyle fight showed that tho Colonel was hoisting tho wihlte flag and giving up the Job as (hopeless. Recently Patrolmen McQuady and Lee 'fought on their boat, ono objecting to tho other having a ladv companion walking the beat with them. That phased Col. Potty for a while ibefore explaining, and and Sergeant now a Lieutenant stage a near duel In tho City Hall. "Thero Of this the Chief said: wasn't any bullet holes In either," which Is a pretty hopeless expression concerning men sworn to preAnd tho Board of serve peace. Safety does not even summon the Lelut, Conklln is men for trial. the hero (?) in a divorce case, in which his wife said ho used to pose before a glass and boast of his good looks. 'Maybe Sergt, Boyle was trying to spoil tho Lieutenant's handsome countenance with a Wm. S. Hart performance. The Burglars' and; Crooks' League continued Its batting performance this past week, robbing and pillaging houses In every section of the city, and tho desorted streets at night are a tribute ot tho active work of tho holdup mon Strangers hero ask If thore'ls a curfew law In effect when they see so few people out after dark. By tho way, the holdup only negro ..ian caught escaped from the City Hospital, this being the assailant of Miss Brlney, and It good without saying Hie has not been recaptured. The Keystone cops still make a few rounds at night in their Fords burning up gasoline for the taxpayers, but to date haven't even caught a cold. Tho driver still stamps his foot as in his old motorman days, while his companion keeps his hand In by punching Imaginary transfers and 4reoUi-an(l UiuAAmiHlUu j elli 3Iove tin former in ttne Kya The Kentucky Irish American BtilL waiting to hear from Dr. Welch With an apology for saying the present police weie easily approached nnd 110 per cent, of them wcro Irish. Figures published show that only twenty-tw- o men of Irish birth or descent were in the present Keystone force of 425, tho great majority of whom are "yaps" who couldn't track an elephant In the come on uocior, u? iair, snow. nnd lot us have that apology. t-o yiHfi Uuu m uaju rrmttt nvwc f MM Krery Drlrer an Ifeoort LorinWiTaricafttTrMifHl 1600 incorporate VOLUME XLVI. NO. 7. PRICE FIVE CENTS. cripple the unions. Wo are quite well aware that eomo organizations, both ot employers and ot other industrial! groups, probably havo no such purrkwe. Nevertheless we would point out tiltat Mr. Lewis Is utterly mistaken NEEDS OUR MONEY JUST NOW. when ho says that "a policy adopted A rcriod For Preparation Boom For Cabinet Plnco Dies to Rise by tho United States Chamber ot Spiritually With Our Aborning and G. O. P. really represents tho Commerce g sense of a community." Macldnc in Gloom. Lord. its sprinkling of men, tho average local Chamber of Commerce representa tho viewpoint of the employing class exFoundation That Will Assuro V Wcndllng Episode an Expose of The clusively, whenever it makes a conicerning Success in tho Servico tho rela"Howdy Ed" "Reform" Under tions between capital and labor. Tho Morrow. of God. aimo is true of the American Bankers' Association, and to a lesser degree of that pmall body ot rural aristocrats known as tho National Grange. For Jinny People This Surely Will Head of tho Kcjslono Police Goes This brings us to tho main Issue, Bo Tlielr Lnst Lenten to "West Baden Spring? to namely whether the "open shop" movement as conducted by certain , Recuperate. Seawn. groups of employers seeks to cripple the labor unions. Tho "specific facts" supporting an afilrmatlve answer are abundant. They can bo given hero SWIFTLY MM THE MISSING. CLEANERS DAYS PASS. STREET only in summary form. In general, few if any of the organizations that havo declared iln favor of the "open Shop" avow their attitude toward On nri -- .. HERTS TOBE ..uinauay we entered upon collective bargaining. This Is tho "The saddest words of .tongue or vital issue. Unless the membors of lho holy season of Lent, tho special ' pen, a union aro permitted to deal with iasi an oibstJlnejico el Iby our Are these what it might have the employer as a body iflielr union Holy been." .. membership Is futile. An "open Church. In mllhlln. Mother . tlw shop" which tallows the employes to days fast of our Blessed Lord and applies The above quotation belong to a union but does not per- .v. jMvimro us ror the Pa'jchal commighty forcibly to tho feelings of tho mit the union to deal with tho em- munion. Periods ot fast and Republican machine just now, from . i aro comm-ini- v...vv i... into unurcn ployer as a union is worthless. Not tho big bosses down to tho llttlo uj i. n. only has no "open shop" organizapeanut and crap shooting politicians. soul and restoie Si!ln5hc" tion declared that the "open shop" .a uuuuuu over una senses, to exAnd the gloom and sadness grows employer would deal with tihe union, piate our r n nnl tt n.T -r . dally as Boss Tobe Hert's chance for goes but every eiuoIi organization that has homage for the benefits of which Ho a position In Harding's Cabinet leadconfessed tits attitude on this sub- ,,ua vuuierroa upon us. The holy glimmering. Every Republican ject has admitted that this practice Reason of Lent Js of great antiquity er in Kentucky, with 'the exception and Is derived from Uio Apostles. would not bo tolerated. of Senator Ernst and Maurice Several representatives! of em- It has always been observed to. every were arrayed in the attempt to ployer groups have protested to the portion of the church. The first land Hert in ithe Cabinet. DelegaSocial Action Department against Its Uirlstlans kept a very strict fast tions of Republican Congressmen led Uncle Sam Now that you're well fixed, John, how about this doolaratloii that tho "open shop" is and cave in nim. .i.io. t the light, and then came tho big war debt of ours? intended to destroy tho unions. t?,Cih.ed from their tablea SwSftly banquet at Ballard's flour mill. Upon examination, every one of ..... . uuo-- iasa anu ere we will John Bull 'Port my word, Sam, but you're a graspin''creatur. Lieut. Gov. Ballard, "Howdy Ed" them admitted that the "open shop" be aware the gray Lenten shadows I'm using your money to pay my Black and Tans for killing the Morrow, near Mayor Smith and all which they aro advocating would will break Unto the glory of the tho job holders delivering flowery blwsted Irish. not permit dealing with the undone-- . dawn. How important addresses, copies being sent ito The spokdrman for tho National As- then that we should spend tho Harding and bis advisers. Then sociation ot .Manufacbruors wals In- Lenten period in accordance with Boss Tobo's enthusiastic boosters on formed that if that body would the spirit of tho church, and ho prethe Bingham papers and tho mamake-public statement to the ef pared Indeed to rise spiritually with chine organ, tho Herald, ifollowed up fect that tho "open shop" Is con our Lord. the (banquet barrage with effusive Tho duty of CatnioHcs in rogartl sistent with proportional representa and eulogistic editorials, in which Warden tion by the union employes in a sys- to the Lenten season Is plain. Tlio thev likened the look, condone or excuse crimes comtem of collective bargaining, even Lenten time gives U3 the opporto 'Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, mitted by the extremists. I lhave confined to tho individual shop, the tunity to examine our lives, to nnd every other prominent statesdeplored and condemned them so Department would Judge ourLelves in. regard to our Social Action man, past and present. Morrow, often ,thait anything I say now is withdraw its statement against tho seTTlco tto God, to root out of our Smith, Searcy, Chilton, Nick Denun-zimere repetition. Lying in wait for "open shop." This gentleman de lives habits of evil sources Of Tommy West, Able Netter and policemen or soldiers Is not an act Republican clared that the National ASToclation misery, by preparing ifor tha sacraall of the prominent ot war. It Ja plain murder and M, of Manufacturers would make no ments Of Pennnen. r.,k.i. politicians took up the cry "We Cardinal Lorhc Warns That Ruin entails tho punishment for murder Criticism of Catholic Welfare Coun- such statement, and admitted that J.' ,nntl tluls P'actaff our spiritual want Hert." withojub atonement and enhere and this organization really desired to affairs upon a solid foundation than cil and Protestant Federal Then there was talk of securing May Spread Bejond Bounds tails terrible jpunlshment hereafter. cripple the unlions. Up to tho pres- will assuro us success In tho service a special train to carry a big delegaCouncil Of Churches. No one, however noble, could justify of Country. ent no authorized representative of of God. Although ono may ho freed tion of the Kentucky machine ReIt. Even in regular warfare private nn "open shop" organization has de- from the severe obligations of fastarid awa or publicans to Marion assassination would be repudiated Into nied that collective bargaining with ing, everyone Should recognize Lent bulldoze the President-eleand condemned and punished." -- giving a.place, and any old. pjoco Jn the union Is inconsistent with the as the time of penance, arid thereIll, Mj'MK.,r XM ,t fore should enter Into the spirit of Lenten jnstorni .uencr wmutiuua "DIscussln'g'Tfcace, Cardinal" Logue MorciiieiitT)lrectcil Against Union. "open shop." tho Cabinet at that, to Hert. It was says tho recent efforts In that direcIt can not be too often repeated penanco and offer to God every day planned to take the Keystone police Ism nnd Particularly Collective Both Crown and Others for tion have boeni marked iby Insincerthat tho Issue Is not that of mere somo special act of mortiflaetion, band, consisting of two fiddlers, a p ity on one side. That side JeEt the Bargaining. Of some additional exorcise of devotion, employment or Excesses. bass drummer, one right smart ground of suspicion that tho purpose union members, hut of collective that thus Lent may be fruitful in player and two wias to .mark time until the country bargaining between the employer bringing our IKes Into clccor touch gtttar performers. Whether Hardwas beaten flat 'beyond the hope of and tho union employes. Popo Leo with our duty to God. ing was warned of tho coming of asresistance the Lent tho Keystone police band and put a Written With More swallowing as preparation to parti- riergjmcn Hae Endeavoi'ed to See XIII. declared that worklngmenlsi "to enter gives one tho opportunity to Message Never of the nauseous unon serious nMinc. in w sociations ought to be such as damper on the trip is not known, Both Sides of This Anxiety for act. "It is said tho Sinn Fein tion Feeling of fell furnish tho best and most suitable der to refresh the mind with tho but the Hert. booster special tho on the run, hut it may bo a Jong is or means ifor helping each Individual great xrutns Question. through and tho carrying on of Salvation, to Future. run. Meanwhile many lives aro sacmember to better his condition to strengthen the soul with a clear Cabinet place propaganda was left country ruined. The rificed and the view of tho doctrines of tho church, the utmost In body, mind and to the newspaper boosters on tho ruin may spread beyond the conWho will dare assert this re- to Teallzo the beauties of the lives Bingham papers and the machine fines ot Ireland." quirement is (realized In a labor un- of the saints, anil ,Min tn imi.M organ, the Herald. Everyone agrees DEPLORES RAIDS ON CONVENTS Bishop Cohalan ot Cork, In his WOULD CRIPPLE LABOR UNIONS ion which Is not permitted to deal selves into men and women of intel earned their that the press boosters not getting a pastoral letter, denies the proclamawage, and If they are with the employer? To quote the ligent and practical Christian lives, tion ot tho republic iby tho Sinn most important single sentence In realizing that a!s Catholics wo should regular salary tney ueserve uue. Fein Parliament is sufficient to con1 the statement made by the Social be anxious to understand the history But sad to tell, all of the boosjing TmAf,l-illIn t.hft Action Hepartment: "Of what avail of tho church and dts doctrines, .irvAnv nrlftcjf TOr Lenten pastoral letters by tho Btitute the Irish Republic. "Howand planning has gone for nought, tho y,a Hurt hrvom for theCabinet people n Irish lJlshops to tne Trpland. ueaa ever much we may deslro tho pos? United States has received a copy to It for workers to be permitted by bounty ot God's mercy In tlho holy de session ot absolute independence, ot an article reprinted from Indus their employers to become mem- fcacramonts, and thus cultivate that iitiiinirm iln way of the Morrow has gone the nouncing equally tho excesses of the it can not be held that the procla- try, 'ime anuoie is enuueu -- Tiie bers of the unions If tho employers religions sense which Inspires ono boom for the Vice Presldntlal nomon tho Crown rorces ana line revoiutiuuuu mation of Dall EIreann constitutes riro?f rirwi-- Qlirwn fVlTiCTlwnv " Tf ilfl will not deal with the unions?" In all tho circumstances of life to ination, both being foumled Ireland validly as a. separate state." a criticism of the statements on tho Whether by accident or by design. bo true to tho interests ot God. Wo extremists. same substance noise and bluster. "open shop" movement issuaa Dy Lewis did not attempt to answer need to awaken iin ourselvda a "A pastoral message was never to everyone that the It Is plain "reform" AdministraTHANKFUL TO CARDINAL, wtfii mnrni .foniinir of anxiety tho Social Action Department of tho this question. Did he Ignore it de- greater interest in tho church, Jn Republican tCiit.tnnn.1 nathnl In Welfare Council liberately? orLangor ot the future." eays Car- -' Its development and extension, to tion at Frankfort Is Just about as On Tuesday of last week His Em- and tho Social Service Commission i no iuiuiBirj , iu irhal Logue. The third criticism which he familiarize ourselves with Its- werk successful as near Mayo. Smiths Ci.it. .ivia riAaftnixwa nf tho country inence Cardinal Gibbons, recovered ot the Federal Council of Churches. made was- to the effect tint ecclesi- throughout In his campaign the world, and thus administration. speeches Morrow are committed, despite .representa- - from his late Illness, granted on It was written by Henry Harrison astical organizations frequently dis- manifest our lovo for God and his ...i inniiiriirntlnn tho wonderiuNre-rorm- s ...111. ,1.A audience to the Rev. J. H. Brunlmg Mie ownr of tho marrazlne. cuss Industrial mbjectlj without suf- truth and our gratitude 4o Him for T,wi. " lions 01 tnose ocnvursuui. told, the voters of ivisVioa nf the neonTo that member of the delegation of the but the cost of sending copies of it ficient knowledge of the facts. This all the ....mho HELPS 1RELAXDTQ.DAT. blessings which Ho has be was going to Introduce-anautonomj', German hierarchy, now sojourning to the clergy of the country, Cath- Is the superior and patronizing at- ehowerod upon us. on adequate measure ot how he was going to pay spe- In th's country In the interest of olic and Protestant, was defrayed During Lent tho church exhorts The first annual State convention Including control 01 ipuuuc uuiu.i.often taken by cial attention to our penal Institu... -- !,. n,l wnnld luava fllllV Central European relief. During the by other persons and organizations. titude the "practical men." The truth is that us without ceasing to expiate our tions. The latest episode in con- of tho Kentucky branches of tho told His On the first page of the reprint we as a rule, clergymen who make 'dns by penance proportionate to American Association for the Recog- satlsflod national aspirations, only audience Rev. Brunlng Wendling case lias pretty near Eminence that the Bishops of Ger- find this sentence: "ii nas Doen saui pronouncements In this field know (heir numbor and griovousness. To vinced ever one that It Is just as nition ot the Irish Republic will open offered tne peuiion um, easy for a prisoner to leave the in tho Phoenix Hotel, auditorium at body wanted and which satisfied in many had sent their best wishes that the councils reaflly represent the facts only too well. And tholr this end sho presents for our medadonted Tim iiin the most Frankfort penitentiary as It 13 for Lexington at nloon today. Dolegatos , for his early recovery, along with the policy and beliefs of small ifnnvledcn is more adequate than itation and edification to Kentucky Catholic animate a Louisville prisoner to leave jail, from every section of supporters are pursuance ot tho policy of tho to-- the as urance that tho were pray- groups Instead of the great body of that of the "practical man" because beautiful Instructions of sponsible Irish mlsgovornment of children of tlielr country No doubt this "naB Miov Iiilvo endeavored Impartially to our confidence and make us enter enough. Wend- to attend, and many churchmen." and that's simple was al- tho Irish Republic will accompany suppressing 'a majority of the people ing for him. The Cardinal was ben said," but until w know who 6ee both sides of tho question, to Into ourselves. We find these inling, a murderous brute, structions particularly in tlio gospels lowed to wander around the streets them. John J. Dorian, of Paducah, and their interests to a pampered handed a letter expressing the grat- Fa5d it wo shall not take the trou- know all tho fact. now suffering tho Gorman of Lent The first Sunday of tho of Frankfort at night until women will call the convention to order. minority. Ireland Is oppression un- itude of already given hierarchy for ble to make a formal reply. Pro- Tho delegates from Louisville are under a regimo of the starving In the aid Lent the church shows Jesus Christ BLUE SUNDAY. Tho principal criticisms made nnd children vero terrorised. In Mif ilesr! nrnvlnir nnd fneflnir and James R. Scally, Mrs. ICathorlno known since tho days of Cromwell. children of their stricken country, tho reprint are three- - First, an tests to Morrow had no effect to an appeal for further aid for charge of "widespread ni,cinir TUiio Sundav laws On tho second Sunday sho speaks to tho "reform" prison management Walsh Shoemaker, Mrs. Albert Wise, The effect has boon demoralizing all and children, to Miss Anna' L. tho extremists, robbing them ot tho priests, tho sisters, conspiracy Is made against tho em- Archbishop Hayes, ot Now York. us or Heaven, which will bo tho the never offered an explanation as was John G Hesslon, recomponso of tho truly penitent. Walsh, Edward J. Byrne, Miss Mar- sense of the sacredness of human tho convortts and seminaries and ployers of the country," second, said: why this dangerous murdorer . . "Sunday should not bo a iay 01 On Mm third Hllnilnv afio ilnntiMa t In. allowed outside after his attempt at garet O'Connor, Thomas Holloran, Hfo and respect for rights and prop- charitable Institutions. Tho letter, both tho Catholic and Protestant first de- wihlah lias since been sent to the Mt.i frnnenlH failed to nunnort this iinnnhiral rftlirOSsIon. btlt unhappy stato of sin to Induce us to erty. Wholesale reprisals, escape last year. "ii an u wimt William P. Sullivan. Is charge by "specific facts;" third, ono of gladness and human Joy. qua u; una on xno lourtn, ono nojus nied or excused by Government of- hlorarhcy of the United Stntd blows no ono good," and MorIlres-lai- i, bigHEADS ARBITRATION BOARD. ficials, now are formally authorized signed by tho Prlnco Bishop of tlio this action Is ono or "ino many in- Tho Sabbath was made for nian. up to our view limi1,lholy communion, row's reign at Frankfort la thoDemCardinal Adolf Bertram, and stances of failure on the part of nil vvirHlnafri and of dally occurrence. Tliough gest kind of an asset for the and not man for tho Sarfibatn. mo In wlitnh U'A i An newmiTPnt to submit all their termed reprisals. In reality the acts by tlve Archblflhon of Cologne, tho l. few and other bodies actually Ullllivii nn..o.. .tiwli.nnloa Rlind.1V aS Tho lout fifteen days of Lent are ocratic party tho next Stanley years. uiici .....r- - Suitable recrea" was piwont and future labor disputes to are wanton oppression and Injustice, Most Rev. Kari Schulto. Cardinal to Investigate conditions boiore mak- a day of fasting. Incndentnlly U Gov. consecrated to tno J "a si ion of our reigning now at Frankfort tho per- a IJoard of Arbitration headed by as the victims havo done nothing GlbbonH scorned pleased to rocolvc ing tholr doflnfto announcements." tion and diversion may bo encour niofised Lord. For thla reason tlie are tho Jotter and voiced his thanks for Tho first criticism can bo disposed aged. Opportunities lor rccnwiuu, ...... Men ixttniiatlnn. pros fllitlnMi. In t!i. trnunnl nf naj.li ,Vi . Edward J. Hanna, sonally antagonistic Bingham calling the Most Rev. Ran v.,.. w www.. IV... ... Franc WCO. 113 dragged from their bods In tho dead tlio expnrolons ot sympathy elicited Of very briefly Avtiila1inn nf Tho statement of however, should not oo m mum- - rehearbCH tho benotlts and tlio mot and tho Herald would bo v. ,.....Wl for mass meetings to fliavo his im- knoii onnminrivii hv lho San Fran- - of night ami snotPrtartnnrs are shot by his Ulnes. In concluding tho tho Social Action Department did ..n..i ... iu fnwA n vnrv nn.ta.lllO pinking miracles or our sarior, IH1UI1 r.iiio, ikuwu of attempt- - lotter ways' Cisco Building Tradea Council, rep- .1 i not nso tho word "conspiracy." Tho percentage of professional and and the Injustlco ot tho Jews, who peached. anu In lorries under tho plea "Your charity liats already made only exprwdon. In that atatomeat working peopio to prorJu iwu nought to put him to death. On From Butchortown to Portlando resenting tho building crafts, amusement Friday, Iwforw tho pawtlon. he Pniitin 'ro-- you beloved; a continuation of It, which could conceivably glvo rWw to - niura nttlldors' ExchaHRe. representesoaio. and from tho rlvor to South Louls-vlll- tho local omployore ot these cratta. mg to .t ,nn xbouru rniilil (tftslTV untlll wo aro once more awio 10 oo tho phraso nhoirtd not take on a character of Interpretation tho Seven dolors ot tha this past week ono could hear ing Importa-ncot Saa tain thorn ln custody without hom cenoroiiR ourolYw. will keep you mich nil grouiw of American t wwn laxity, indulgence or dissipation that iueoi virgin, wnowo "certain crios of indignant taxpayers as Because of tho tho uvnm forever ermhrlnod In tho hearts of union center, icide OthorH are " Surely It ta io!wlblo to would pervert tho baalc notion pf they received tho blithest tax bill in Francteco aa ais labor TCirnn tho IMMir DeO- - all our people. regarded an hating ., And need wo ay to point out that nutaln group of revwrenee and rest. Sunday ehould tretmtnt which her Divine Son tho ..lln. their history. Accompanying raise tho agreement national significance. pie who InsUncllvely run when they wllB blew you and lilena jour coun-yo- American employer are promoting liavo In tho public eve nn outward Tho Uuit week ot Tnt t high tax rata won an enormous .,. An llrfwt IIK Wawkl en nfAxtin.t rtf ilak tenerablo brethren, tliat God the "open nliop" without represent. form of decorum and rent mint fo tnew n .uimiiihlnr a.ro Hhnt on ionnuii In awewmeata. and this brought t bWw tho church to your Ing their action a "conpiracy try and riiAXKroiiT. different from the otlmr Kiitnt4M and grandeur and thollMtM out tho anriS chorus everywhere. iriifht as pewons trying to ovado country abundantly for what you do m myierse wnicn xne cnurcn !owttt complain tlat In the tate- - day of the week Industrial. com Th acene in tno rax iteciTro ono nkWIUOF.t I lint tin V T! not on to un, and particularly to the Httlo m.nla mnil.i liV thA CathollO ttlld merclal. agricultural and Judiciary oi VmirlrA Urret Such li tho value day remind pnonui i un unit ino noinMMi miw the pwtt r. Wo ProtifAtaiit bodle thero wan no ef- activities ahould be alien! on Sun rcsiulrv of ua. Mothodtat children rounded to our cure huuvan life X ineeo of tho angry mob Jn ft. 0"Jn nnd patriotic Dubllutho Invllfttlon at peAP and necurity ot tho J1-o promUto )ou that tho gate of heav- fort "to site epectHo facta, or ha accepted here nnaoiuio or grave For many of us thl aurely wMl 1m day, except movlo ncone, and what ft collection u- " en will bo tormtid wleh tho prayere name, or atieclflo tocalKUw," ..aiuliu il.tutnnilij ntharwIiM. TrJW- - ttut liutt IjinMn tuiMnii. kliA tiiuf "" were handed o 1'nuident ntcx loom, ami win of warm bon mot - onTle uunimsi& tvii" congre-rt- lf of of th grateful Catholic pvpW of Tlittt wu ucarcwly pomlblo In a portatlon ahould bo limited to car. nlarktn mil from Ilu olilin.L tn ua dreea a public meeting t rrftnchurcne Uw denutle o tha taxpayer v weolc awl ay UttK reject U (lertiutny h4 Aulrl. and that tht hort wtatement NeMJier wwi it riwro oi patHwnHw. "w to do nur duty and rupNH r loll him what ho thought of th fort next Americanunter in VMtlM,MUlt MM chlWrvn fchall never cvw'm to inako vuuuLa ri necwwry Tho eiwenctt ot ln enftrge for tho xelfarw ot America, our iiut. Trretoi wt kIiohW H meak of the Aocltte ! hla near Mayor wwSm urban for their generou mm YUU llPCoenUton of th lrth KsnHHto. rnher miuWtwi of tWto Sunday will lx preferred, not In u Hnu uiw aoaaon in ifc immt, by tho Bociat Action wfttto of On nilnUtratlan. Spen ahop" but In fthMic hjr th a bwUl uwrk mvt atainwt tho mounnent t move rloom. rwtcrenco th Jor that Pfjn rvcoMetoM nwnr. t'loinjit &JLli IMMV. Tna who her him will wftjoy ft were dotiutle fwem. hy MnkiwerR MwulMtltMiii reaW f nnii o ft rvnl t th. ni rwp"; inont ki that thU n lho angry roar I'niwTllNfV AT rAlHH'.MI, for the grvAt Mr MM,are dlreHed "axalaM unlimhwx HM (lad and man will b Mrvl." whr 1c1o.m4 buwi re vWteti ftt wir htoAohera crowd ht mlU eolleciWe rwwwisa imintixq. t,M tlMHK tho lftohwhr HftM Gen. John J feiwhlng wiM (m In and irtlcularly aiHt KW ItHHHlUWHlll. CUrU MWKWMf a) to the Vuw ftft4 rot- - " WW. ""l'RKM OP DKHT, to re' Itf th over tha htah Ux Ht ho hesliea ecji, r brHllH rla k filri with comhtg M Tho Geceral fill thW shurto. Iwta uttoten th wnw (Vx reiuet Paduffh on July 4 wtherity H0 th HMMt mwI tfc) ot W "C Pti"t mA ot Hmo of the naltiv AnWn hWumIIou ot ChftirjlMMM t rvixirt of Hi IVlr'a h Th annual troU!t4 CATWM.U1 t'OSUHIMav veU 111. wer hrieH Vt ta W lAikrkVir etMtvMO lht hu( Will CiMHMHHro, Cathedral parUh, BwllvvlWe. tm. WJ ttwt Kalnkt &t 0i4wihki tft iZ w m Um w (K tS ami two or live ft mwi . ArmmwrnuRta IH VJ Vkk y4eah efaM a M oraftl.- wtlr-- ovt ot wiiwunnconiwcra noHttt4 to hold. Ukhav Vn4 IvMh tw 0m4 tvlo Uey eft't mU t KHMM ud kbM. ltM. j. r Th Aethm UcR ttona. Th 14W iua O r On Mm jivM rathtU CiwiirvM, M'ie. m )mm Umm Wm M im of ta k tan ttM to U Imm p, . ( anmnyn or w fl Km? ,M ( im mi ttuttettilMt o ih 4wtn w In m WN AAAtf dMHIhMnwM JjpPWLj wnnP tnBnnn . . ijIjmv lib Oujiim MMgaA Wft it m t htt 4lanim4. tMn TOBE HERT HOLY LENT Netwlth-tsandln- prOtes-Rion- al Plu-vlu- """ ostnb-Hsh-- . t nbatl-nen- co ... Gal-vi- n, ' .3 a IRELAND OPEN SHOP! o, ct ! jaws-har- property." -- V i- ;. ... i - d so-call- flTi-in- uu -- nio-i..- i.. in-lM- n I !. -- -- - i..-tt- r.. .. mjv u - -w l" r- M n fc lH-r- uf-for- u, tn mln-UU- iniw. " apo-clH- -- w-jh- ty 1 "r" "" '; .u) innm lwine-fftCto- r,, trU rttl) lrt i'J rrek 0wnwa, F"iw K- "f,,,t ewmeatk. 0nrntftR thk4v -'- - lt . I aiat ateit elwr, tae,th, tkr lr0i l mt4 eU., ,wra mrt yr lrt U!. kt nHr 0 0 Hi v jKJs2rxuoKir on. KENTUCKY IRISH flMEfflGflfl. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. -- AJMaDntio. f4B ITMM - 1t1t1tir1i1i1t1HtMtirkitkltim HmH Ganr. TMa Mn bo take to KM Cox In row fKnHHfr In tlw affawtletHi Mill wHI b of the AmwtanH h?anl fnmi araIa. Again R way ppk SOCIETY. t1rirk1titkirititir1tirki Jteih fpofldlnjc O'.Ve!. wko torn been a abort time In WiwhliMt- Ion, returned home Tnwwtay. pcfil a Kfennlgan Mint Hll f Leal ftalebaBlA iLLak4i Jam. o CflfifKir w th 0 KrefM, ht vMck Hfi, "A , gfcwa imjwr wmm in thftl lmpwHK rwle. Thn Inlwfw ha Jimt k bMHnH ly Mio AI4bcca mnthoH, tto only cutirmi nnmn or m (MiV nrw thuw (lecomtMl, and l Hi tww ntarlda allar (bo main ntlar ln position, With a nice PRAYHK HOOK er ROSAKV. She will APPreclfl(e It. plemwnt week-en- d wth Miss Nell but tlxi larira picture at the back fet Diiuxhters ef lsiil)ell I'lris 0clo$2.FH). Picture Kewney, Parkrlow. yt to Imj placed. The. altar bt vtrry MatUf. linndmtne, cut of a aolld b4ock of Cntirtd at th. Loulivlll Pottotfle at SttonJ-CU,, vWllntt ,n Kmwm c'Hyy ,lflfl ro. Carrara marble, the wawlng in two Tho newHpapcrs of England aro, Witt tfttrrj StrHt WISH AMHICAH. KENTUCKY to u AH CHHBWkitioM vtny making ft appear atmoitt two peoved at America retiming to can- - turned home. mcowojuTiw Tho center will Im a mo-m- lc col England's war dnbt to thin counMb Marcella Coll, JeffproonvllJe. nbadeot. 129 SOUTH FOURTH STREET. mooting of beingof tho crucifixion, wlitcti 1a now try, dcaplto tho fact that John Bull, was host for tho regular made. Tho ahar Ui rcrr Ini Sorority. Yaalr'(fflcouN as usual, grabbed lots of territory tho posing with a mild hronz labor Oeorgo Garrlty la recovering-fronaclo. nnd Is oni tho congregation and will rccelvo an enormous InMs recent bo demnity In money from Germany. work next injury and will roturn to can well iImms proud of. Fathor week. by wprlng to havo O'Connor 1921 Although our recent Allies received SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, .Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Koonan tho fitnallor tfldo altam In' place. LOUISVILLE, KY. Wo offer our excellent How rt 4 Off much out of .tho "war some ono has havo gone to Illhctnond, Va,, whore Six mnfettlvo candlentlckn of onyx llloiul Colfeo, 2 2 llii!. wisely remarked tlat tho United they will mako their homo In the and bronze, cootkig almost $1,000, great mass of tho workers within SIMPLE indeed. aro a gift from tho AHar Society. This means only another decreases over tho old prlca tho next threo months wo may look States only Tecelved prohibition and future, for this Colfcc. This is the best Coffeo (or tho prleo Mr. and Mrs. Fred Napper, of influenza. RELIKK FOR IRELAND. As a. part t tho propaganda In for, at least, an attmopt at ou (be market. Givo us a trial. Valley Station, wero guests of Mr. thfa country which looks ito tho canand Mrs. Ed O'Connell, Highland APPROVES CATHOLIC IOSITION. Park, last week, Tho Executive Commlttoo of tho cellation, of tho debt which. Great In SAVAGE SENTENCE. Mrs. Fred Dioss, Mrs. John Carr American Commltteo ifor Relief Britain owes ito America, wo are Tho Council of tho Churches of and daughter, Emma V. Carr, of Ireland has fixed March 17 to 28 as 212 WBST MARKET STREET. told that Germany can not pay ho tho period during wftileh the people Tho savage semtenco passed on Christ In Amortoa, representing Portland, liave returned homo from of tho United States will bo appealed Indemnities Imposed upon hor. And Both Phones 1323 Established 1888 them Indiana. Evangelical churches, 'lias high crlmoi thirty-on- o Xo to givo aid to tho distressed Irish If Gormany can not pay, Italy and Falthor Dominic for tho Win. Reddlngton returned Thurs people. It Is planned to conduct an o having in his possession some . doctored its own convictions abou day Franco can not repay their Joans from! Now Orleans, where ho intensive money raising campaign in messages tho martyred , tho closed sliop to too "In thorourfj tho Mardl Gras celobratlon evory State In the Union. During Irom Great Britain; then if thoy notes of tho . aCCOnd With th recent Utterances bf and .tho winter races. T.nr1 MAvnr Mrwlnnv am.t. the past week tho commltteo discan not pay Groat Britain can not Catholic Wolfai tho National Mrs. Charles twenty patched pay Iher dobt of (ten billions to ua Brixton prison to his friends and Council." So wo learn from Amer- Broadway, 'had J. Tehan, 2127 West organizersInto lay plans States expert For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. a pleasant visit lost to for intensive TJicToforo tho simplest way out which bavo been pubMshod already,- ica. TJio Catholic attitude on this week as th guet of Mrs. Walter drives in these States. More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a total throws a' strong light on tho purOakdale. would bo tho cancelation of tho A letter sent to Sbato organiza- deposit of more subject "wo both discussed and de- dishing in Fitzgerald, than 13,000,000, is tho monument of confidence built by tha William, of Mammoth tions, summarizing the information ten billion dollar debt. It la all poso, of tho Brttlsbi authorities In In tihcco columns in a num- Cave, was the guest tho past week as to conditions in Ireland, obtain- peoplo of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. imposing martial law on Ireland. fended very simple. Meunw,hllo Great Briteditions. of his daughter, Mrs. Clifford Sta- able up to date. Bays that tho num- UNDER THE goes on spending billions for That purpose, It Is now understood, ber of former BIG CLOCK ain MARKET AT SECOND ber of men, women and children In ples, Highland Park. Increasing Jier navy. Lloyd George was not to promote "order," but to THE OLD, OLD STORY. Frank Blanford, who was operat- want in Iroland totals 200,000, and la able to pay a pound a day with supply a ready means to removo ed on at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth that It is estimated that property "West Kentucky" "Eastern Kentucky" Coal daamgo to date In the devastated half as much more for night raids any person w;ho thwarted tho deIn tho list of divorces granted Hospital, Is at hl3 homo in Crescent areas amounts to from two to throe Means Means TanB w,ho are signs of tho conscienceless authori- every week in. tho local courts 90 Hill and almost fully recovered. to tho Black and Any Old Coal! Good, Bad and Indifferent! Mrs. Mary Feeloy, of 119 North hundred million dollars. ties. For it would bo ridiculous to per cent, furnish dovastating Ireland. But Great tho samo prologue Twenty-sixt- h street, is spending a "WILTON-JELLICO- " "TAYLOR MINE" SCORN THE TRUTH. Britain can not pay her debt to bellove that Fatlw Dominic was thoy wore married in Jofferson-vlll- o pleasant month at Daytoni, Ohio, vJs- d reason Means for tho Means America! No interest has yet boon juiUB ..ci uuufc.ujc,, i.w. by a Squire. .w. h Pnnrimvlmninl. Hr.IMfi.ri nron. Best West Kentucky The Best Eastern Kentucky paid" on It at any rate. We liavo given. But tho good father spoiled Mrs. Mary G. Mullen Ylo. .fnit.ri has n Coal Coal obligingly Temltted that and tho a telling bit of British propaganda Barring tho movies on Sunday is tV17IJ J.1"0"1 .St ,LouIs,,.,whe!ne,sl!froPortlnE tno address of Rov. Mau Lump $8.25, Nut $7.75 money that should have been paid In tho making, for by Tils constant senseless It ithey are morally clean. visited her daughter, Mrs. Rabe Lump $9.75, Nut $9.25 rice Murphy. Dublin minister, deEmmet Callahan, and Mr. Callahan, livered Tuesday night at the meet Harlan Lump $9.50 to us is used to malnatln tho worst attendance on I.vrd Mayor Permitting them any tlmo is crimWas boon ing of tho American Association for Miss Helen Malono ho exploded the theory of inal if they aro morally unclean. typo of militarism in Ireland. If spending a short time In Indianapo- Recognition of the Irish Republic. wo could only be Induced to remit suicide, which tho British apologists lis, 'tt'hero sh attended a houso Dr. Murphy did not say or Intimate had so carefully concocted as apparty given by Mrs. E. V. Gartlaml. that 98 per cent, of Americans in HEARS IRELAND'S STORY. tho wholo debt, then that much INCORPORATED Joseph Foley, son of Mr. and any. way favored tho English Govmore could bo expended to complete plying to tho Lord Mayor's sacrifice. Tuesday night a large and Intelli- Mrs. Jos. Foley, of Sixth street, on but quite tflio reverse, tho ruin of Ireland. Again, it is This is really tho cans of the gent audience heard uncensored. and of Chicago's "Heading sport writers, ernment, scored the propagandists. 315 Guthrie Street. when ho Both Phones 315. priest's being sent to penal serviall very simple. convincingly told the real conditions was here Monday and Tuesday on a w,ho look upon as real Americans comomn felon. What only-tih-os who are first 98 per cent. If tho Kaiser had only discovered. tude llko a and Black and Tan savagery now visit. this very simple way of carrying on does tho world think of a govern- prevailing throughout Ireland. Rev. IT IS AT Miss Winnie Coughiln, of Trenton, British. The same paper also gleeRewar do might now bo monarch of ment that stoops to such acts of Father John O'Connor presided, and Mo., has returned home after sev- fully proclaims that tho Irish news Whether It lie IJiead, Rolls, Cakes, Biscuits or Pastries, Their public idea is seen dying, this occupying 6eaits on tho stage were eral weeks' visit with ,her sister, coming from London. Care is taken Europe. And the wonder is that (ho potty vengeance? Success Is Assured by the Unfailing Quality of Rev. J. P. Oronln V. G Rev. Pat- Mrs. E. R. Downey, 4725 Southern to exclude from its columns news not discover it and apply it long did Parkway, HARDING AND CABINET. SNOW CLAD rick Walsh. Rev. Martin O'Connor, ago. It was left to Lloyd George to Little Miss Mary Driscoll, daugh- from Ireland and everything bearing Rev. Francis Martin, Owon Sullivan, ASK YOUR GROCER upon the atrocities being perpetrated bring into International affairs this Margaret Driscoll, was by ter of If tho published list of President- Thomas Walsh and Secretary Robert operatedMrs. for itonisil trouble at Sts. the Black and Tans and English WM. KASTELHUN, Sole Distributor City 1479 on elnvplo method of paying debts. Got army of occupation. elect Harding's selections for Cab- fi. Hession. "Tho Irish fight for freedom is a Mary and Elizabeth Hospital on (remitted for a number tho interest inet positions be correct, then It is which Thursday. BUYS K. O. HUT. of yeans, use it up in crushing lib- safe to say that tho next admin- political and economic one in DR. L. C. Miss Elizabeth Hunt both Catholics and Protestants are left last erty In a neighboring nation and In istration will bo as lolned." the Rev. Maurice L. Mur- week to visit Mrs. Harry Blsn'ap, at as paper Several weeks ago building up a giant navy, and then Its predecessor. Why It is necessary phey, pastor of tho Anglican church. Columbus, Ga. Sho later will bo to printed an article aboutthis end of tho Dublin. Ireland, declared in a speech Savannah to visit hor niece, Mrs. the famous K. or C hut that has NORTHWEST CORNER FIRST AND BROADWAY discover that ability to repay tho to cater to British sentiment in. tho in the ntood for two years in Longacre Above Leon Abraham's Di-u- r original loan will depend on tho selection of our high public officials deliveredAcademy. auditorium of Holy Edward Maloney. Stoic Plnte Work a Specialty Rosary Tlie meeting was Boyle, was called City. Instead of ability of other nations to (pay Great Is not quite clear 10 the 'nan In the held under tho auspices ot tho by Matt death ofwho slstor, Mrs. hero Square, New Yorkcareer, tho Phono City 5515 .his Jen ending Its useful tho hut ia Britain! But tho" ability of Great street. Tho "hidden hand" that con- American Association for the Recog' nie Burns, has ended a visit with but entering upon another and longhis steter, Mrs. Margaret Shea, and er span of usefulness, for It baa Britain to squander billions In at- trols nominations of course controls niitibn of the Irish. Republic. Tho speaker asserted that citizens returned to Pittsburgh. tempting to hold Ireland in subjec- tho appointments t j hlgT positions, beea purchased uy the itev. Martin allegiance to the of Ireland owing The many ifrlends of Jos. Hub-buc- A. Scanlan, pastor of St. Mary's tion la never questioned. Oh, no. and will ultimately wreck tho Re- Ir'sh Republic are persecuted alike, TIN, TILE AND SLATE ROOFING .glad ito church at Katonah, and will servo That is an entirely different matter. public unless ith people are alert. whether Catholics or of other re- ho Is Sr., will be nicely learn that as a country school. Tho (building Furnace and recovering from his Rc'frlRerator Repairing Roof Painting n Specialty people are operation Ho said th We understand. It Is all very sim- Antl-Brltlsentiment was respon- ligions. at St. Josoph's Infirmary, will bo dedicated asi a. memorial to MNKY two Katonaih boys who gave their Harding's immenso major- standing together and have estab- an eyo being removed. CHI ple indeed!. sible for own government, Highland 1687; Cumb. 1715 Mrs. Mary McMahon announces Iive3 for their country in. tho Groat 442 BAXTER AVE., at Undorhlll ity at the polls, but unless tho peo- lished alltheir efforts of England to tho Is a nephew Father Scanlan ple follow up this by carefully not- prevent It. The unfavorable atti- the engagement of 'her daughter, War. L. Scanlan, 3224 West BroadEXAMPLE OV ANARCHY. Miss Catherine Lilian MpMahon. to of P. ing every move of tho now admin- tude o,f the press and opponents of George Canary. Tho wedding way. General Superintendent of tho DRUG COMPANY No better examplovof the anarchy istration and making their influence recognition of the Irish Republic was will takeW. Quaker Maid grocery corporation, place in April. largely due to the work of Lord classmate of Rov. Francis that prevails In tho British estab- and their power felt in governmeaitl Northcliffa EVERYTHING CUT RATE ALL THE TIME Mr. and Mrs. John L. Klapheko and a of the wiio expended $150,-000,0Sixty-nint- h lishment in Ireland lias appeared circles, then they can not complain American announce the engagement oif their Duffy, regiment. famous Irish subsidizing FLOYD AND MARKET English dniieluter, M'ss Irma IClapheke, to than that furnlslied by tho cabled If they find that foreign influences newspapers, LOUISVILLE, KY. and the of in- William J. Sandman. Tho wedding ownership Both Phones news from Dublin which appeared control itho admlnistrtalon to the underhanded I.OUISVILI.B VS. CINCINNATI. in tho United States. will take place in ithe spring. in many American newspapers. On detriment of American Ideals and dustries revelation of the propaHis In tho presence "Of friends and The sturdy Elder basketball team, us, tho mil- America's best interests. Sunday, the cables tell ganda work and the mutilation of ro'Tatlves the marriage of Miss of Cincinnati, wfll arrive im LouisM. itary in several armored lorries flred Krie-gl- o "history and school books American PasKck and R. Walter ville today and itonipht will meet GENERAL CONTRACTOR surprise and indignation. emerged caused real on tho congregation os thoy was solemnized Saturday at the tho strong Mackin five, Council FALSE ALARM. He believed 98 per cent, of tho St. Louis Bertrand church. The leaders League. Let Me Figure On Your Now Home Alterations Made All Stylo from the Dublin Cathedral, woundexisting in this Rev. J. A. Heenan, O. P., performed MackHn of tho local Catholic Garages Prompt Attention To Phono Calls bowed before itho Elders last ing very many and killing outright That wages will bo lower than country sentiment of the tho ceremony. was purely because They are now In Saturday at Cincinnati. In a: game ono boy. Almost at the same time fhey wore during tho era of high propaganda launched by England. tl CONCRETE WORK A SPECIALTY East on their honeymoon trip. featured by good nJl around playthe military attacked and burned prices is taken for granted. But we and was palpauiy destructive oi Parkway 537 Miss AHco Cronlin entertained last ing. .LoulsvilDo team had a Tho week in honor of Frank Sullivan, good lead at tho beginning of the St. Edna's School In a Dublin sub- do not bdidvo that tho railroads of American Interests. ou Referring the murder and of Memphis, Tenn. Mi9s Cronin's Fecond half, but tho serious injury urb, driving the families who oc- the country aro threatened with rage of men.to women ami cnuu guests wero Misses Hattio Rowland, to Roger McDormott and his withwing of tho "building Into bankruptcy unless they are permlt-ted-t- o Mm ii ii mine of Irsmes and the cupied a Annio Fitzgibbon, Mary Forst. Mar- drawal so unnerved tho Mackin men abrogate all agromemts and struction and robbery of homes by garet Fltzgibbon. Man-- Fitzgibbon; that they lost the game. Tho camo tho street, among tho latter being a British officer and his wife and lower wages at once. Wo suggest dho English Black and Tansand Messrs. Frank H. Sullivan, George tonight will start at 8 o'clock and of occupation, ho deaared two children, who had a narrow that they lower rates in proportion army reign was one of most barbar- Holbourno, WElWam Muss. Joseph should attract an immcaso their Clny nnd Fulton Streets. wages. ous and savage cruelty, in compar- Green, Clem W. Hiiggins, Brent escape. From other centers llko to tho cut thoy proposo in Maurice Dunm celebrations of tho Christian Sab- Even if they are not ab!o to pay G ison with which the ropTesslvckneas-ure- s Grmlo Coal nt tlio very lowest prices. Give us a trial. HlKli RASKKTDALL. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hannan nn- of the Huns In BelgluniNpale nounco tho engagement of their bath by itho forces Of the Crown are per cent on their stock Wioy aro City 4481); Itfnln 1058 Under the do daughter. Miss Bessie Hannan, to Into Insicnificance. Maek'n Council met its first deIn Cork on Monday a not necessarily on tho road to .bankreported. minion of England. Rev. Murphey Dr. Cart'fcde Rudell. Tho wedding feat Tuesday night, going down beman named Murphy was shot by tho ruptcy. We wonder how many asserted tho population of Iroland will tako place in tho eary spring. fore tho St. Xavler boye in a well ASK FOR soldiers for tho awful crime of farmers In the Middlo West and has decreased from S.OOO.OOO" to 4.- Mrs. Mary McMahon announces played game. Tho college boys Ho forecast an in- tno engagement of her daughter, now bend every energy to capturo poonle. FOR ALL an old and useless fowling South mado 6 per cent, on thelrMn- - 00,000 crease to 20,000,00 when Ireland piece. In Cork City a houso to ovstment last year. Most of thorn establishes her complete independ- Miss Catherine Lillian McMahon. to th Catholic League charjipionshlp, DISEASES Tho ence. Tho speaker declared that a Georgo W. Canary. Tho wedding for which thoy etlll havo a chnnco. liouso search was mado by the mil- lost more than C per cent, victory Bortrand added another money and other val- railroads should not expect all tho censorship over tho acts of British will tako placo in April. itary and Mrs. Anna II. Wagner, of 932 through tho forfeit lino, whllo tho mainforces In Iroland has beon uables, removed; and ton members profits. - Knights of Columbus won from tho street, announces tho tained and that many atrocities havo Sixth of her son and daugh'orniar- Vernon Club. Tonight tho Elder on of tho Corporation wore arrested a not been rtngo been committed that havo ,WHO IS BENEFICIARY? Miss Margaret. Wag- team, ono of tho tftrongcttt boHkct-ba- ll last Lord few minutes after told the outeido world. In splto of ner Tuesday. aggregations in Cincinnati, will waa married to Roy A. Colo-bouO'Callaghan. Thus doc Mayor it all. ho declared, tho spirit of the In St. Lou be Bertrand 'a bo hero to meet Mackin Council aro being flooded with Irlnh has not been affected, In con Tho malls HngUsh civilisation areert Itself In team at Mackin Hall on Twenty-sixt- h rectory at o'clock, propaganda agalnHt a larger navy clusion Dr. Murphey appealed to church It. G. Lyons 7 performing Ror. PURE ntreot. Ireland. tho Fathor recogsecuring and army Xor tho Unit ml States. Americans to aid InRopubllc and ceromony. Henry Earl Wagner wa BLOOD WHOLESOME for tho Irlah ATHLETIC CLl'lt ELECTION. There aro only two countries who nition tho treachery England, united In marriage to Ml Margaret of REVOLUTION THREATENED. A. Dumont at tho samo hour la SAFE. Increasing army and which would Involve tb!a country In opposo an Monday nijrht tho annual nicotine LiiteH, you who are uffer-ta- g Appmuso aunng aia Detroit, where they will mako thefcr ago, in commenting navy for Mils country and tboy aro another war. Soma weeks of stockholder and eloctlon of future home. from inflamsd bladder, and hearty. on. the news of barricades belnjc England and hor ally, Japan. talk wa frequenttho appeal of Car of tho Columbia Athlutlc Club Mrs, M. ('. Couichtln cntortalnad In rvMionao to ere kidneys, lame back, wttl bo held at the club bouso on wo remarked that Doesn't it w'und plauatblo that theso up In London, with a farvwoll party on. Thursday dinal aibbona and nw aociaiea acket and pains I T-tke evening. February 3. In honor of her Kn St. Catherine trvt, Tho K watt not against Sinn FWmto tho two would ho tho bwioflclary of our retlv for tho auirermg men of l'rwldent Hruogio-ma- a New Diuievery, will bring Miter, .Mm. Mary Whalen. who left OLKAHINO, IYi:iKG, nrK-U- k or irewau barrleades were bulM, w t1w unprepared condition In caiw of war, women Sunday for Chicago, yO her tuturu wuy, ivm been micc4ful lu vttry auiek relief. Tkis preserip bo prtt a committee Heart campa won hi have ua and tho abovo propaifanda news eciea and If ho will wito bo will im were Mwmw, homo. rho uiiiviiM in conduct the seld KlM'Allt WOHIC. Many for aaothr Frank Damn, Frank btere, but agakwt tho dlneontont-n- I tracod to that onrc. Tho cunt of After brief rewwkw by Ror Kt! and Meclaniea Ktvln. Lewta HoMtun. of lh atockboldoni will ttrm, rHbly tte is by yeurupen turner backed bo dellar back Klvln. ChaM. o Kmthtnd. The nevru a weok'n war wouM Hioro than oiYmH u'.iak Ohm Sulllvaa. Kov Mar workera Mn. NcllU 8rodrlck. frop'i. urjtrUl with the many lmprori I IV via. ifdlseatUlied. DWt delay. McDunoUKh, prove that our view waa tho profMwed All work cIUd (or anil dulls rd. to IncnmM In mllUary O'Connor awl Owh the-- Chalrwaa. Tarn. J Hayea, Jo a Robert durlajr tho pwK yww a, Leonard Try a beetle teday. Karctor. M mUm aweest. Ctwhea occur almowt dtly HtrviHcth, nl furtlnHr w trwK Hev. Jo Ilala ctcautd and blocked, 0 Couxhlln. Mary Soauck. V J aU tko m e4luat Mnltoc of thU YOUR DRUGGIST All wa atk la a trial." th hungry and haptati ran bo placw-- l In hypocrltlca! John number Murphy, Mhmmi MaynHt IV vera. teirvrwlac younic mn orn1tlon. Her. Kather Croaln. V 0 create OK CITV TtT ho a Bbe fehuok. Moltle quill. MayHMatVtiulkttio when u.imi, worker et Lendoa and tho tolk. Hull an4 tho tricky Jap. T--K 42$ E. CALDWELL 5T, KI.KtT CAIT. QUINV, Whalen, Acow Melmouch, Marnou-atMMl Mktjr that h ft the worker are NtMl lUyv. NUIm Hay, CatherlM IT 13 W. MtU4, LtMtlHWv, Ky. day eatwtnlnmeM f l'lioaClty ijij. m. jmHtotaK were than mere mob act Haya and Km Th many TAKE 11KK1). Nm Marlaad. vrrymmmwr 1 Bfim"! hk parWh wouM JW to DaweU Om Uwtanl Hy aM WilWaw Waalett. tueky trtomkt UmkivUla and Tru(vy th ta em Um fHtr o tho mohw of Huprwtua Hllw Nd. Chairman oit how-va- r, MbikvMl Qitlen. at Hroklrn. wri mm vrettW 1m rtaiM. It In our churuhwt thcr will h Uvm hi ww wiKklmt ot kin m JOHN B. 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HERE FLOUR ZIEGLER - pro-Briti- sh DENTIST BAXTER SHEET METAL WORKS h, sh de-Bpi- to POINTING ECKERLE 00 WILLIAM HATFIELD pro-Briti- sh NEW O. T. COAL YARD S. COAIi CO. EWING'S DAIRY Al-for- d, pos-fiossl- m-- c T-k- rn PRODUCTS oVtme lie-wa- re ni tt K, OMEGA u ntht preet hd 0'Cer. aanoei unroa t oiwnw. mk o. tkt r Laboratory Mer, !, w V t4r Ht kra lmu m 0pt 1 Awl"4 mhM it V W "F aimU V 0Bt at4 Hb SS1 J vff luu &bU& B kt kECO rPBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBJ BBi 'MM tr tr aVWHBBTWk rWt it W h IK -- t i" n if ca o MMMMMMHnMNKaHMnc-TnDnnai- i PARTIES AND SOCIALS. GaHilt H.B0SSES0N and BROADWAY FRED ERHART a- entertained with a delightful dings olf midwinter was that of Mtes tea Saturday afternoon. Those atGladys Guiltano and Peter M. tending wore Misses Marcella Call, PROTECTED FROM on Thursday evening, FebruAnita Grenaugh, Mary Catherine ary 3, at 5 o'clock at the Cathedral Vaughan, Adelaide Bltzer, boraine 6c of the Assumption. The ceremony Murphy, Elizabeth MoGee, Norma was performed by the Rev., Father fiMENS FURNISHINGS Louise Hofmann, Augusta Sahoen-lni- r. Eastern Ky. Block, $9.75 Francis O'Connor ln the presence of Marv Louisa Ilonke. firniiil their respective families and many seitz, Florence Schuster, Mary Eastern Ky. Mine Run $7.50 friends. Misses Carrye George and Campion, Z, Frances Walker, Mary . Phllomena Gargotto were the bridesRuth Brookover, Christine Rahon, Western Ky. Lump, $8.25 maids. Mr. Gorgotto's best man was Branches of Dentistry. Angeia uurran, uenovieve uurran, Emmet Salvadore Western Ky. Nut, $7.50 Gentile asDurand, with and J. A. w o Uho AH,MniS,lcclal,3!.' AH In the Elimination of 'aln. Appliances Chenault, groomsman Opens Savings Account at the Largest and Grace Erdmann. Klnwani Tlomey, Le'jlyn Durrett, Irene Vunkor and Joseph A. Gentile acting 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Eulalia Bohon, Helen Fortwenglor, Oldest Bank in the State. as ushers. The bride wore a beautiMary Thornbury, Rebecca Cox, Mar- Geo. Miller, Coal Co. ful gown of Ivory georgette, a bertha Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. garet Woidener, Louise Dlecks, Marof ruflled georgette finishing the Phono City 4503 Phono City 4C93 garet Hamlmerstoln, Virginia Mussol-maneck of the tight pointed basque, Elevator and Yards Anita Evers, Anna May Byrne, and the short sleeves were of same Antoinette Simon, Viola Thompson, Twenty-Sixt- h in and Howard material. The veil was arrangedcasPIFTH AND MAIN STREET. Mathilda ban dan. Elizabeth McDon a coronet and sbo carried a Marguerite Schneider, Margaret 11 ald, AVcst C4 Shawnee cade of bride's roses and freezias. Hogan, Ethel Greely, Marguerite Mf6s George wore a frock of rufMartin, Leota Rusk. fled treat for 'peace with the British large yellow crepe do chine with a MJjb Antoinette Hlnkebein enter- Government hat of "YOU'LL FIND IT WORTH WHILE" when It recognizes ried an arm brown maline and carbouquet of sunburst tained the G. L. Club last week. Irish Independence not before. TO BAT IN A roses. Miss Gargotto wore a frock Thoes present were Mfases Launette of ruflled pink crepe do chine with Silk, Sacksteder, Helen Sweetie NOTHING. a large brown maline bat and carO'Neal. Many C. Keltiy, Inma There's nothing in tobacco, ried an arm bouquet of Columbia Hegan, Antoinette Nothing In your stock, Nell Incorporated 25 PER CENT. COAL SAVING. roses. The little flower girls were Hlnkebein, Anna L. NLtzken, Gerry Nothing in your harvest, THE HOUSE OF QUALITY AND QUANTITY Seig; Messrs. Andrew Stoeth, Wil" Nothing In your flock. Mip Augustine Gentile and' Miss Amelia Polio. They wore dresses Ham Sacksteder, WllHam Naw, Al- Hogs have gone to nothing, Combustion Engineering and Furnace Repairing Variety of Hot Dishes, Pastry, Home Made Pics, Cakes, Meats of ruffled organdie and carried basbert MacaUley, J. T. Henmeesy, Corn a'in't worth a darn EXCELLENT COFFEE kets of roses and freeziasL Mrs. Hegan, Louis Head, Laiyrenco Trusts have got the notion, James City 838 1 521-2- 3 COURT PLACE 004 SOUTH FOURTH Main 1050 STREET 810 SOUTH FIFTH STREET Theresa Gluliano, mother of the DobUj have got the farm. Mcuuire, Bmii carpenter. Near Broadway of Square wore a gown of gray georgette bride, la Mlddlo Mr. and Mrs. C Ernest WclLenr Harding teHs you nothing over itaffeta. Mrs. Thomas M. CrawPROMPT SERVICE Saturday night Wall Street is now king, dorff entertained PRICES REASONABLE ley, sister of the bride, wore a wiith a masquerade party. ThoSe in- Money magnates whistle, Home Phone, City 4300 gown of black taffeta and vited were Messrs. and Mesdames Swift and Armour sing. wore a corsage of sunburst roses. Cumb. Phone, Main 3580-Willfam J. Bell, C T. Thompson, Thero's nothing in his story. Mirs. Jos. J. Gentile, also a sister of It jonr boys aa edncatlo that will Alfred Mark Irani, John K. Baker, But aa your homestead nocks1, tho bride, wore a dress of brown prepare taem for life OarJ). Brawn, James Ratlgan, George Just whistle as ypu whistled Joseph HubbuchSr. & Son Hoffman; Misses Jane E. Thomas, When you sandbagged Jimmy Cox. tricoletto with a hat of pheasant- Akwnui Mali SetettfltiHy TmM bfmrtaf tJ colored taffeta and ostrich feathers. Leo Messrs. Dealers In Cnythiana Democrat. Among College Florence Schrader; Wellendorff, guests at tho the A'lvina Vondorheide, Tir f Dr. Uriah Z. Lltsiy wedding were Mr, and Mxs. Paul WALL PAPER AND RUGS 113 W. Broadway, Xtoilsrlll, Sy. Su'SBW John Wyatt, Gerald Baker. PAINFUL READING. B'sesi, Mr. C. A. Giuliono, of InConducted by the Xaverlan Brothers. Miss Pearl Brady gave a theater FALLS CITY HALL BLDG.. Scientific Classical, and Business party Saturday afternoon followed 507 For the benefit of those Amer- dianapolis; Mr. E. J. Heffernan, of THE BLATZ QUALITY Courses, Preparatory Department, Large by 1120.1128 WEST MARKET ST. Mr. Charles of tea alt the Goodie Garden. Those icans who may perhaps still believe Memphis; and Mr. and Gargotto, A. Starka Swimming' Fool, well Equipped GymPAINTS AND VARNISHES Kansas, " BiiMSaaBr Mrs. P. wl present were Misses Lucille Fitzger that the expression, of their sym- Clark, of New BbIUUs nasium. Terms moderate. Orleans. gammitmtitiuBi PRESERVE AND BEAUTIFY Hengemehle, Uouibo pathy with Ireland and their Indie-ald, Clara Both Fho?es LOASI Bro. Benjamin, DIr. Schaaf. Esther Young, Pearl Brady, nation against the methods ol BritBest Service Moderate Prices On Fomltort, Diamonds and other Far. :l CATHOLIC DIGNITY. Mohlenkamp, Mildred Higgins, ish imperialism have little effect on Alma onal Projerty tt lowest Sates In City the other side of ithe Atlantic, wo 5 SOUTH SHELBY ST. Rent a Royal Electric Cleaner, Elinor Young, Bertha Hoegl. The Catholic Churdh is the work quote the following paragraph from PEOPLE'S PBOVTDEKT Mrs. Walter Herp was host at a of God. LOUISVILLE, KY. her ASSOCIATION delightful party, when covers were a recent editorial 1n the London tealch all Christ established end to of nations until the Dally "I take up another Incorporated laid for Mitees Delvlna Villler, Lucy paper," News. STMT ONE THIS MONTH WITH THE The writes the editor. "It Js time.possess greatest happiness man Hciin Pcrfecto Kuiievji Cigar 20S COLEMAN BUILDING Klaer, Otiltia Whalien. Katherine here on earth if he has 8. E. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON from Kentucky. I know can Donahue, Schroer's Smokers Hubbuch. Mary Rose Louisville reason to tho true faith and 'is bom In the Louisville Bank Pauline Whalen. Cecelia Reckten-- know how and I havepeople (UNION MADE) Church Universal or Catholic. Hence cordial the of that wald, Mary Black, Lottie Swable, city Homo Phono, City 6041 used to be towards England. a Catholic should ever remember Fonrth and Central Avenue Marie Vlllier, Julia Arnold. the words of our dear Lord: "He The paper contains a SCHROER BROS. that is not with mo is against me, report of a meeting attended by SECOND TERM BEGINS. CALL US FOR Manufacturers of FIXE CIGARS people, to protest against the and he that gathereth not with me scattereth," or again, "He that will G41 EAST JEFFERSON STREET terror inThe Knights of Columbus night cluded in Ireland. a The speakersGov- not bear tbo church, 'let, him be to Llentenant St. Xavier Col- ernor a Judge, school, conducted at theo as the heathen and publican." Home Phone, Shawnee 899 and other representative ry m lege, 'han oipenod 'Its second iterm FRED. C LOEMKER J and the speeches made, This implies obedience, reverence FOR ALL PURPOSES energy, and the teachwith reneewd and respect to your Mother the. JOHN F. WILL mv rw.o. h.u i sfagf Pt aa the letters read (notably one from larger enrollment, Consumers OH Company To Help You With Your Cleaning ers hopo for acan CoK Watterson, tlie most famous Church and her pastors; for wlthouH GOO studente be accommodated. old American Journalists) Phone Us Now. authority no churcb CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION of FOURTH AND O STS Kentucky Loalsville - - and tho obedience to any COMPANY Those in cfharge of classes are: nor state has durable existence. Harry E. Baumgarteni, account- resolutions passed, make painful A Catholic who is only a nominlal GENERAL CONTRACTORS reading for an Englishman' ancy. "You "Will Do Better nt Spurrier's" CathoUIc, who does not practice his THE VERY BEST Reinforced Concrete, Wrecking, Ligo Slosa. John O'Connor and Incorporated religion, hurts ihtmself and His ACTIVE SCOUT TROOPS. Excavating and Granitoid Work FANCY GROCERIES AND DELI- Clarence Peffer, auto mechanic. church; by his Irad example he de333-33- 5 3330 WESTERN PARKWAY CATESSEN FRESH MEATS practical WEST MAIN ST. ahanles T. Faulkner, Interest In the Boy Scout move- stroys, he tears down, he works AND VEGETABLES City 135 Main arithmetic ment fa developing in a number of against Jesus Christ. A loyal) and W. H. Dennea, CathoiHc parishes, where it Is ex- practical Catholic observes the laws SPURRIER GROCERY CO. Miss Maude Hlgglns, elementary pected troops will bo sooni organized. of his church, stands by her as he & BROADWAY and business English. DRUGGISTS 12, of St. Cecilia's parish, would by ihis mother, respects her SOFT DRINKS Adelbert, advanced Eng- Troop No. doing splendidly Brother has beeni In Scout and belps Jier works and instituYOUR PATRONAGES WILL BE Shawnee 1817 Phones West 852 lish. work. New patrol leaders recently tions. He edifies ibis fellow citizens APPRECIATED W. E. Currier, medhanlcal' draw- eletoted wore William Glenn, Walter by his works of true charity, by so- THIRD &. SOUTHERN PARKWAY A. KOERNER ing. briety, industry and strict honesty Hamley, John, SHOCK P. Henehan and JNO. P. MORTON & CO. Miss Katie Drlscoll, shorthand and Charles Phone Parkway 113 In dealing with others. Such must TU) TwInTft GENERAL CONTRACTORS ABSORBERS typewriting. INCORPORATED Troop No. 55. of St Brtigid's par- be our lives as true members of the forFmtendtiiar Mil 0 Sarah H. Harrison, Spanish. ish, gave of Fori Cottmtf one true fold of Christ. "Be the Ice Station Promptly Sen Culls Answered a demonstration at Trinity OFFICE AND YARD: dalCart. Loo Zlmlldh, vulcanizing. 2d and Liberty Louisville, Ky salt of the earth and the light of stabllshed 1820 Hall, Buy or Night Horn R. Geis. who has been con- - masterunderJ. the direction of Scout- the world," soys Christ. Not words, FLOYD AND BURNETT STREETS A. Ohligschlager, to KY. HASSLER SALES CO. dutcing the salesmanship class, has the parents and .friends of the show but works, the outside world wants OFFIOH OUTFITTERS McDANIEL BROS. boys resigned, as his new position as exactly what they do at the Scout to see of us. LOUISVILLE, KY. City 2712 Phones Main 3473 PRINTER!! STATIONERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS State manager of a truck company meetinca Talks were anado by J. AND EMBALMERS excludes night Instruction. COLORED MISSION. L. IClapheke, We Buy Rags, Scrap Iron, Metals, George Waechter, 1148 PARK BOULEVARD STORAGE OF AUTOMOBILES WJlLiam Reisert andi Charles Rnbbcr and Paper Stock BABE RUTH. Right Rev. Parkway 2S7 Phones South 311-Under tho direction of Jcseph Schlldt was NIGHT AND DAY. host Msgr. John E. Burke, Director of Watch Crystals Fitted 20o LOUISVILLE WASTE after the meeting when refreshSince Cardinal Gibbons appeal ments were served by the Ladies' the Colored Mission Board, 200 Watch and Jewelry Repairing General Repair Work, Cleaning and MATERIAL 00. $2,000,000 Balbo Ruth me- Auxiliary. LIBERTY SHOE SHOP GOO sisters are fighting for a priests and Polishing.! The Radius Jewelry Shop morial at St. Mary's Industrial In tho front line trenches to gain WEST JEFFERSON T. EDW. B. JOHNSON, Prop. School, Baltimore, of which instiKentucky-Indian- a Automotive Co. the American Negro to Christ and Homo Phone, City 1109 PREPARE ESSAYS. 408 SOUTH FOURTH AVE. one of 13,000 gradtution Ruth is PINE SHOE REPAIRING have been doing surprising work LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Next to Rex Theater Broadway at First. Home Tel. 3063 been uates, the K. of C. Work Called For nnd Delivered Wednesday, five There has never heen a time in the 16. inquiries from membera of February O P. If. Open Evenings Until been swamped with Council), history of our Holy Church so filled Louismillo baseball fans and Ruth idolaters, Knights of Columbus, w?ll give a with opportunity for extending her 1:1U7 WEST MARKET STREET Shoes For Every Member of the TRY Shawnee 2702-who want to know what kind of a written essay not .to exceed five min- lines, nor a people so ripe for con Family school, utes lad Babe Ruth was at this each, tho subject to ibo chosen version as we have right now In BORGMAN'S CHILE Homo Phone 3900 Home Phone, City 7804 famous for the training the Xaverl- - by the author. Those who will the colored millions at our door. CASKETS AND Cumb. Phone, West 412-an Brothers 1n charge give to. or- write these essays are Dr. Bernard Kather KelJey, of Now Orleans, in a UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES SOFT DRINKS, CIGARS, ETC. FRED FEIGE & SON nhan and delinquent boys. Brother Aoman, Dan W. Lawler, G. W. rlarish established four years ago, 1000 WEST BROABWAY (WHOLESALE ONLY) will hold Paul, Princlpal of the school, who Leahy, A. J. Ohligschlager & and complains that his school attending' UNION MADE supervied Ruth's education while George Naber. City 4540 but 960 children now Cumb. West 9366 NATIONAL CASKET CO. SHOES AND SLIPPERS the SuTeme Sultan of Swat was HOUSE and he must turn away other hunIncorporated 431 EAST MARKET STREET growing from the tender age of hungry for Catholic teaching. dreds WELCOME WAS CORDIAL. AND DEO ORATORS eight to the ifencebustlng mark of West 886 Waynesboro, Ga sent a delegation KhHcnth mid Miignzinc Streets City 866 LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTU0KT more than a year nineteen, declared 'to tire urneoiors 1800 WEST MARKET STREET Arhcblshop Hayes, of New York, of asking ago, for the establishment of that "George, popularly known as wllio & Home Phone, City 3147 on ithe steamer Residence Phono Shawnee 12 Babe Ruth, is an evidence of what spent arrived days in NaplesPesaro, a mission for them (in the whole PARRAKEET several PRESTON PISH AND School has county there are but five Catholics) St. Mary's Industrial He oxpetced to City Elevator and Warehouse POULTRY STORE Wneralwater & Grocery Company GLOBE SECURITY & LOAM OO done and aims to do. Ruth was a Rome on Wednesday of lastleave for and they aro yet wa'tlng for an week to answer. Greenville, Miss., Is this Hay, Grain and Feeds delinquent boy. present dependent, not a Wholesale nnd Retail Incorporated laoorpo rated. the Pope a report on From his earliest years' in. school he diocese. toThe Archbishop, who ishis year opening a college and aaminary FISH, OYSTERS, GAME AND a The Home of "Quality Feeds" A. ILazar, Manager FOR THE BENEFIT OF YOUR had a reputation as a lad for whom Knight Commander of the Order of for the education of colored boys POULTRY KIDNEYS DRINK PARRAKEET quite long Our Holy Money Advanced on Your Plata Mau the ballyard wasn't for the priesthood. the Crown of Ohio River Fish 122 N. FOURTH ST. AND MINERAL WATER enough. The memorial Cardinal of most cordialItaly, was tho object Father commands that we have a Guaranteed Eggs 812 West Jefferson Streat courtesies. 424 SOUTH PRESTON STREET 218 N. FIFTEENTH ST. Gibbons wants us ito build to Ruth native clergy. The members of the Parkway 406 (Second Floor) will cane for thousands of boys, two colored sisterhoods must be O'CALLAGHAN Home Phone City 2967. anv one of whom, might achieve given an opportunity through hum- City 4597 South 847-Thirty-tw- o Years Ought To Be Suf Both Phones 2406 equal renown in some worth-whil- e mer rchools to qualify for standard Job Work Promptly Attended To ficient Guarantee For My The Cork Corporation to nrofessron. Cardinal Gibbons maae Donal O'Callaghan as Lord Mayor. certificates in teaching. And SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. Knowledge and Integrity REUTLINGER & CO. LEO H. WEBER the appeal to members of the K. of Lord Mayor O'Callaghan Is at pres-en- meet the pressing needs, because If It's For Sale Give Me a Call Loans to those having regular In- C. because Ruth to a Knignt. missions are poor, an appeal' has Designer nnd Builder of in tho United States. Toward the made to Adolph Rentllnger comes or salary, with no publicity everywhere been tho close of the meeting a poMce to help befctow Catholics of true faith MODE R N PINK VARBLE r red tape. Loans to housekeepers IRISH the gift force arrived and arrested three of upon tho negro peoi;Uo. Any con- Plans and Estimates Cheerfully FIRE INSURANCE a their personal security. REALTOR AND AUCTIONEER seven Councillors, Furnished help should be sent to Ireland lost by emigration 15,531 tho Aldermen and TORNADO, LIABILITY AND itlhem F. B, POOLEY, barracks. tribution or John E. Burke, Director 1215 SOUTH PRESTON STREET 214 LOUISVILLE Rfghlt Rev. citizens in 1920 as compared with takingprisonersaway to the In TRUST BLDG. Indulged PLATE GLASS Beam 1. Courler-JoaraGeneral, 1 Madison avenue, New Building, only 2,975 In 1919, or an Increase The songs on tho way. Both Phones 1 Only 6,044 of the of 12,556. York City, N. Y. 41S S. Fosrta Street. 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET GEO. C. WETSTEIN There was less were males. PLAN I.MMEXSE HOME. Lolnstier than from emigration from DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. Mark Malta, Prea. Manufacturer of Home Phone, Shawnee 803 Ulster was any other province. J. c. jsooc. Beo. ana Tho Knights of Columbus of Philwill highest. In round numbers Tho Daughters Of Isabella MONUMENTS AND L. GRAUMAN OO. adelphia have finally selected a site hold their iregular HENRY GOSS of the emigrants were from for their new $1,000,000 home and meetinjr on Tnesday evening, Feb CEMETERY WORK Incorporated that province. No fewer than, ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING of the emigrants went to1 the plans are now being prepared far ruary 15, at Knights of Columbus EAST KENTUCKY ST. Stalsrs la All XinOm of ffte am4l United States, and the number who tho erection of .the building, which Hall. Hon. Edward J. McDermotit Tut Roofs Repaired Funeral Directors Painted tor Xlxtaras, Sato, Oaan Srla-Home Phone, City 178 bad their passages ipald for in It is expected the members will take will address the meeting and Mrs. , Show Cmm, Comaton, Asphalt Shingles a Speedalty ' In the year possession of before the end of the Thos. Herirck will sing. nslTlaff, Sto. America was 2,153. present year. TJio edifice will be Embalmers. SOU WEST BROADWAY before the war 30,967 (persons emiS10 WIST XAXM inUUR Home Shaw. 105 Cumb. West 295 located on the west sido of Broad grated, THE FIGHT FOR RIGHT. Heme Phone, eity lit! street, south of Master street, and Telephone 1022 An American correspondent disTHE SHEPPARD MFG. CO. extends through 200 feet to Carlisle cussing the Irish question with a LYNCH LAW STATE. street. The selection of a site came prominent Irishman in Dublin said,: OOO EJ. Incorporated JOHN ASSENT Reports from Georgia, given out afiter a survey that Hasted a year. "Can't you see the last Irishman FLORIST STEEL AND IRON WORKERS through the office of the supervis- Tho price has not been disclosed. wiill be readied before tho last EngPIANO TUNER ing enforcement agent, Indicate that lishman dn this present) guerilla Cut Flowers, Designs, Plants 1612 WBST MAIN STRBBT Piilgns M XrihaatM FanJsbed the enforcement of prohibition In COLORED SCHOOLS GROWING. war?" Home Phone, City 677 Georgia is working very successfulBLOW 1020 EAST BURNETT AVENUE "But what are we to do?" ho aad Grcernwood, ly. Nevertheless that State continAttendance of colored cbildren in counter questioned. "If there are LOUISVILLB, KY. ues Its lead among the number parish schools conducted under the no killings, no mall jiohbories, the Home Phone, City 8398 Steam aad Fire Kscape where lynchlngs and law violations care of St. Joseph's Society for the world wttl never hear of us. PasMaehflosl Ak ftsgbteera JOHN B. WATHEN Apparatas Oar Specialty MaultHrrs and MrMtora of Colored Missions, ihas increased in sive resistance! Haven't we tried it reign. City 6910 IHI1T OOIiLSOTINa 8YHHM Res., Shawnee 1863-- L the last five years from 2,470 to for 600 yeans? And what has it rUUNlTUHH MOVING AND JfcwUUy of Ple W Mak 8,239. In the same time the num- brought us?" He stared Oxltterly inTERM8 FOR TEACB. PACKING WM. P. BANNON ' Work fer ber of colored persons cared for by to the dying peat fire. Co. SO Sooth TweMtyPUHi Stt. Wo are getting all sorts of re- St. Joseph's Society ihaa increased JHUTINQ VBKTIIiATINa "But what is the end7" i per- Incorporated TVn t.nlol 550 OONTXAOTDIO 1SS4 Shawnee 1986 deys ki Togord to Do fmm 11 971 West PLAITEltU ports theso jsrrBKaoK rr, 144 Valena'a probable policy In iTeHand. number of convents has been 5,170.' GENERAL "God knows," bo answered weari TRANSPORTATION, LONG DISTANCE HAULING LOUIBYIUH, KY. correspondent even up BROOK AND BLOOM ly. One optlmtetic "But Ireland won't give TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND putting a great aid In WIAT PERSIUNG SAYS. Britain can crush us. I grant that. Oky 8389 Ounb. 8. 1S4 saw in him the farcical homo rule "HAYRLDB PARTIES" Home. City 4990 into effeot But will that settle everythteg? A Cumb,, Main 490 "Aa wo contemplate tho causes of new (generation will grow up, nursed bill passed by the British Parlia1129 WEST MAIN STREET o. The Presiwrongs. & DYERS ms. B. ItaW ment a few weeks Republic Was Is- the WonW War and realtee its hor- on the legends of tho old K. A, Xhh tag man and Soma day k. will rebel as this one PALAOX CLEANERS rors, ervery right-thin- k dent of the Irish Incorporated HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORM Xna FfaM. City 7895 statement woman must feel llko demanding has done. It is a' simple enough sued only one akice his return to Ireland. That that some steps be taken to prevent thing to ask: itho right of tho last EXPERT CLEANERS OF LADLES' All Kinds of Footwear JTor the KlAPP'l MEAT MA1XXT was to coaviet the BrJttah officiate, its recurrence. An Important stem whtto, gnbju gated naSMon to govern Whole Family who reeeatly fcued a "white would be; to curtail e:BpeaHtures for fteelf. Wo aro not British. Wo are AND GENTLEMEN'S WEARING WIwUmU a4 Itttall APPAREL navies and Irish, and neWber aimed forces nor boelc," of contemptible, lying. But the maintenianco: of Tiro HAMBLY NORTON 8U1LDIW Mere These are mot the wordla hired Jacendtaries cam govern us. ARTHUR boioiro iMYiteg America De Valera armies!" H. ROHMANN. Manager a4Mk aad Fertlaad. Ait H4J U of & otatetered plaeMet, but of Gen. m doubt in regard to his tew. 171 S iet He sfteied thqt fee de witHa to PemhfttC himself. wiM aot be a eetttemeat." OKy 7114 . S. W. Cor. Third aad Wahnrt St. ISHi Md m M ianpMnoH fKxme Gar-gott-o, Mrs. W. H. Price and Mtes Rose Screened Coal ICEANDSNOW Z- G1ULIANO Ono GARGOTTO. wed- MACARONI EGG NOODLES of tho most beautiful SPAGHETT WBm A. ENGELHARD PENDENNIS SONS CO. Inc. ... Drs. Harrison and Strasshurg' $1 ffJ J National Bank of Kentucky Jr., n, LEWIS DOUGLAS MORTON Standard Dairy Lunch House HUBER HAND STOKER hand'-som- e A CORNS.BUNIONS Ckirdiat St. Xavier's out-of-to- i "s Weekly Savings Club 1 319-32- South far-aw- ay four-colum- n 6,-0- Oil and Grease Ken-tack-- Ken-tuckla- N ca Childers Elect. Co. book-keepin- g. Demling's Pharmacy EPPING'S C THIRTY-FOURT- H Mfc SOP Klap-hek- e. M 001-00- 3 lio-v- .... L W Frank Hartman Sons PAINTERS 2- -J cs Oscar Farmer Sons Eight-seein- g. W ed b HOMES good-humore- d al 15,-53- i one-thi- rd Tr. somi-momt- 12,-2- 88 ad 808-810-8- SIMON PONTRICH IIBSJtTY PIPE W01II Twenty-eight- h Fc-rgla- Sullivan Transfer mat ii.i ARCHITECT a lute pot-ic- y, 0o H i a "l aBxrrxji2tiCY xrush ambxoaiv. f I HERMAN TOURTH AVEHIH LLMffiSSBB INCORPORATED STRAUS wcopaAreo SONS r &! MARKET STRKT I We Oive and Redeem Qold Trading; Stamps. We Qlve and Redeem Surety Coupons. DO YOU KNOW ABOU7 OUR . BOYS' SUITS tBUmkas7JBi. 4 HOUSEHOLD CLUB PLAN ? A 4 "'wTjwkI , - fssaMEsisaVsS5 Convenient and Dignified Methoa of Purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred raymenvs. The oaUt&adlag ieatares e( this method are Ks convenience la aaaktag parchases without aay considerable outlay of cash. The advantage of baying o the Clab Plam daring omr various sales AT SAIiH PRICES. 'Whatever la the price of the goods to a cash or a charge customer, that Is also the price to a Hoasehold Clab Plan easterner. There la positively no advance. There are no 'confidential arrangements." ft to condacted apon am open basis with a fixed schedule of rates. The first payments and the monthly payments are the same to all. SURETY COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS light, fluffy and with good even texture Biscuits made with $10 We are offering you these Suits at a very special price, just to adver-j- ; tise our Boys' Department. These Suits are made of good woolen mate iiterials, splendidly tailored and fin-- I ished iTHE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW i ; ARISTOS ' A i ! ; FLOUR BISCUIT RECIPE 1 1 $10 y High Class Furniture AT LOWEST PRICES. 2 1 Vt level cups Arlstos Flour cup sweet milk or water teaspoon salt PROCESS heaping tablespoon heaping ' teaspoon powder lard baking Carpets, Stoves and Ranges, Lace Curtains and Linoleums. JAMES GREENE 41 K. 417 and 419 East Market St. $K Sift Arlstos Flour, salt and baking powder together in pan or bowl. Rub lard in thoroughly and theii add milk or water and stir briskly with a spoon. Mold on floured Iboard and bake in quick oven. JapeaaaaaaaSBBBBBSa'aBaaBaBSa'a,aa'aafaaaBa Where the Quick Meal Comes In This Trade-Mon Every Sack JOHN H. SHINE & COMPANY, SWISS CLEANING -- DISTRIBUTORS OF- Where the homo Is brightest j Whore the work Is lightest; Where the meal is cooked best; Where tho range stands ASKS. n ?',' : Mrs. Anna Cain, an Denial O'Callaghan, Lord Mayor old and ft. esteemed member of St. Patrick's of Cork, toM a big mass meeting Iy Raconnaaade Qalelc Meal GaaRaaftoB Sold. Installed and parish, was burled Tuesday morn- at the Mefirarolltan Opera Howe In Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed. ing with requiem high mass. She 215 was the widow of John Cain and Philadelphia Sunday night tUiat Ire Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. W. MARKET ST. a sister of the late John, Martin and land does not expect America to Peter King, Interested in the Mason loso a man nor spend a dollar to & Hanger Company, and was known help Ireland in "her struggle for KENTUCKY & INDIANA PRODUCTS COMPANY MEANS but "merely to THE NAME and loved by many friends for her INCORPORXTBD very erenerous and kindly nature, accord 'the Irish Republic tho same PURE PASTEURIZED MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS Plant COO South Sixth. Mrs. Cain Is survived by a "son, John ' repKwnVt'on - already accorded1" other Office C17 South Fourth. A Cain; two daughters, Mrs. J. H. repunncs iormei since ine war." At Pfelffer and Mrs. Geiorge D. Clif- -' the conclusion of his address a ford, and a granddaughter, Miss resolution was adopted congratulat-Ann- a The customer will know that you watch his Interests it you sell Ing tfoe Congrd yOf Marie Pfelffer. the Uniited K. & I. PRODUCTS Mrs. Nettie Jlupp Gillen, beloved States for Its action in withholding Tno AT n KttlllveiTiTJ.Mi.m niwl . Tml wife of Robert Gillen, G41 North iun"r iuu.ns xo imperial European FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERS ana Funeral services were held Monday , Seventeenth street, was called into powers loaned uoinamnng miat one to the Government of eternal rest Wednesday morning, money morning. eighty-twana to ner many friends the news Great Britain by the United States KENTUCKY AND INDIANA PRODUCTS CO. Mrs. Ellen Tegart, bo .forthwith recalled. Incorporated The resoluwidow of Oweni Tegart, died Sunday was a severe snock. She was years old and the daughter tions set forth that these moneys aro JACKSON AND FEHR AVENUE lier homo on tlie Budd x at BOTH PHONES 4262 used "to pay road. She Is survived by seven of Pink and Annie Ruff. Her funeral being forces by the British t)ho busi In destroying They took place Friday morning with t'helr sons and three daughters. ness establishments and homesteads aro Owen Tegart. John. Tegart, burial in St. Louis cemetery. TegaTt, Lewis years pf Ireland and for the murdering of Cornelius Tegart, James E. Thomas, fltty-toxNOOZuroBAnD. the Irish, James Tegart, Frank Tegant and old, died Sunday afternoon at the statements people." In discussing that lie had been ordered Pe,ter Tegart, and Misses Minnie residence of his sister, Mrs. Sarah by the American Government to Tegart, SuMan Tegart and Mrs. John Cah er.t, 1212 South Preston street. leave the country on Hublar, ail1 residing hi New AiDany .Besides Mrs. Calvert ho Is survived the Lord Mayor said: February 11, "I was grant She by two brothers, Charles A. and M. and Now Albany Township. seaman's passport by the FedAL. S. SMITH, PROP. also leaves a sister, Mrs. Herman J. Thomas. The body was 'taken to ed a Department of Labor, with the Her Smith's Chapel, from where it was eral Knirlhm, of New Albany. provision that I return 'to Ireland funeral and requiem mass "took sent to St. John's. Harding coumty, when I choose. I intend, however. place Tuesday morning. Tuesday morning for burial. going shortly." Further than f Mackey, thi"Jji ihoback , The funeral of Charles E. declined to discuss ills plans. GIFT FOB POPE. beloved son of JoTin and Catherine Mackey, 2020 Portland avenue, was THANKED BY PONTIFF. JJBOTH PHONES 810. DWhop O'Reilly, of Lincoln, loft heM Monday morning with requiem for Rome on February 5, taking high mass at St. Cecilia's church. Make your home hospitable and attracPope Benedict on Sunday reon the Whlto Star liner He was ten years old and a favorite SOI THEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS, tive this winter by the the addition of Archbishop in audience Codrlc as a member of ifche Baccarl among youthful associates. To the ceived tours ipanty, to make HiIs ofllcial visit bereaved parents their friends ex- Hayes, of New" York, with wihoni he attractive and correct lighting. to tlie Holy Father and present the tend sympathy. conversed for (halt an ihour. The report of of FURNITURE The Blsihop the Diocese Rome Lincoln, Death 'brought grief and gloom ArchhlsJiop presented a detailed re PORTABLES, FLOOR LAMPS, LIGHTING during Into the home of William and Rose port to the Pontlrf concerning his will bo Jn Hdly Week, ana will present tne Cleary, 327 East Market street, archdiocese, and also the Peter's members of Ills party to 'the Holy when their little daughter, Dorothy Pence, which aggregated one of flio Father at a public audience that lias May Cleary, succumbed to dread most generous offerings ever made beon obtained for the purpose. The dipthtlierla. The funeral was held to the Pope. Tlie vPontiff thanked Bishop is the bearer of a beauti- Saturday afternoon with interment Arclihlsliop Hayes ihearfcilly for his INOORPOIUTBD 1529 WEST MARKET STREET addresls fully offering and 'entrusted to him the City 807 which Illuminated Latin the Holy at St. Mlchaiel's cemetery. G28 WEST JEFFERSON iho wM read to Main 1890 conveying to the faithful his Monday imornlng the funeral of task of Fatlher on the occasion. This scroll MIs3 Mary Lechtelter was held from appreciation. The Ardhblslhop, after Crystal Electric Washer and Wringer. Universal Farm Lighting Plants. fe the work of a Sister of the DoSt. Boniface churdh, wihero she had ills audience, Introduced his secreminican order, of St. Rose school, long 'been a communicant Pope She la taries to the Holy Father. Hanford, Cal., and Is a splendid im- nunvlved by a sister, Miss Rosa Benedict expressed a desire again itation of the miniature, writing and Lechlelter, and two brothers, Joseph to see tho Archbishop while die waB HARVEY-JELLIC- O illuirilnatlon that 'the monks In the and Frank Lechlelter. in Rome. OOMS PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971-- r Middle Ages used in making copies Bible, Missal' and other GORGEOUS MOVIE PICTURES. of the BEAUTIFUL DEVOTIONS. ( INCORPORATE)) books, ifipealmens of wlhlch are highin ly treasured and .preserved One of the most beautiful devo"Tho Eternal Light," the sadThe Company With the Coal and the Service. museums in ithls country. dest, the most tragic and tho tions in tho church Is the Way of picture in all the world, will the Cross. It 4s one we should often BOOKS WORTH VIIILE. Yards located at Fifteenth and Magnolia. Yard at First and A. be seen at St. Xavier's Gym. on the perform during tlie iholy season now afternoon and evening of February open. It .is impossible to enumerate Yard and Elevator, Fope and Payno Streets. The Rogerta Churdh Goods Com- 13 and 27. This Is a masterpiece tho indulgences attached, to the Sta- p pany liave received a number of whose dncomparablo art and splen- tions. Both Phones at All 1 ards. Practically every Pope has new books just off the ipress that dor stands unexoe'Med in the photo added to their numerous treasury. I are of particular merit and worth play world. "Joan of Arc," a Cath- Pope Clement XII., in Ms Apostolic table. olic moving film play which has at- constittulon extending the dovotlon plaoo upon, any reading SJ P. IARNON. JR., Vict Pro. lid Treif. Among 'them aro the "Prtnclploa of tracted large audiences wherever to tho whole world, expressly forV. L BAHNQK, PniUwt asd HiosfW. Freedom," by Terence MacSwinoy, shown, will bo serened on February bids preachers to specify the InI I I"i"H" t M late Lord Mayor of Cork. Present- 20. On each day there will bo a dulgences which may bo gained. It ing ttlve mind of an Irish lrxecon- children's matineo. is well to remember that the est. cUuibra turned insiuo out oy sence of the devotion Is meditation prove a should this TRIBUTES TO 3IE01IL1XG. on the different incidents in tho extraordinary interest. of book sorrowful Journey of our Lord to Sewer an Calvert Pips, equal imerit Other works of At the meeting of the Women's Calvary. Tho Way of the Cross is Baaaea's Pateat Lidded Pipe for Steam Ceadalti,' by Mrs. William Democratic League Saturday after- a meditation, not a seriea of vocal are "In Mallow." Wall Ceala, Drata Tile, Vitrified BrlcK, 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, O'Brien; "The Fringe of the Eter- noon Dr. H. E. ;Mechllng was the prayers. While the indulgences atnal," by Rev. Francis Gonno; "The principal orator and delivered a tached to tho Statrons can not bo ag. Flae Liala, Fire Brlctt Fire Fresf Messttgo of Franote Thompson," ly impression BDOciflcaHy to as Grate aad Boiler Ttie, vtre nay, isii. a Ststeir of Notre Dame; "Marriage talk that made quite an he was in- sert there stated, It Is safe im the women, Is no devotion Uady with ,thocall again. and tlhe Armory church so richly endowed and none and Motherhood," by Alice At vited to OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. X Others are (roligioua worKs boxing contest Tuesday night the which onahlcs us more literally to Ltovat. that furnisli excellent reading for Doctor was given 'an ovation by' tho ohey tho injunction of our Lord to PHONES CITY B73.1786.SCUMB, MAIN B07. boUi iCatholles and big crowd when ho iforoed the box take up our cross and follow Him, aad Breekiaridta aad Ninth aad Magaelia. X WORKS-Thirtee- ath Climb. Main SOOS.n Homo City 2008 ers to give tne puouc a real run ror GENERAL MEETING. MAYSVILTiE. its .money. Many of Dr. Meohling's friends and supporters' say that he A teleurram received iat Maysvllle Tomorrow atternoon the general Is the logical anan fpr the Demoty t!69. meeting of the St. Vincent de Paul cratic nomination for Sheriff this by Mrs. Nora Brown announced the atala XSIt-FLOORING Society will bo hold at tho KnlgMB year. LATHES death at Chicago of her uncle, DenSHINaLES years old, nis Donovan, sovenity-ifou- r of Columbus Hall, beginning at 3 All the coMferenOea will SAVE MONEY nERE. at ono time ono ot Maysvftllo's o'clock. citizens. Ho is Hurvlvod by attend mass in tho morning at thek respective churches, tho members reIt will ipay to etop at fhe Eckerle ono sou and two daughters and a in. a body. drug store, Floyd and MatKet, it number of relative there His body ceiving holy communion Thn atternoon meeting win; do in you want to sevo money, for lhero BTrlved thctro Monday aad was burled tbey sell teresting Taed aad IrHea, Xegita 9. ejaO. to attend.and all members are urged the time. Terythlng at cut pticea all .Tuesday ta. tho Catholic cdmetery at T17-7- 1 IOUIBVZIdLfl, El, U. GsflawTNVT ! u 4M M. Tiililarttrrrr- Washington, MEN'S SUITS With Minor Repairs Free Saves Buying. NEW ALBANY. RECENT DEATHS. WHAT IRELAND the tort That's where SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS DON'T FORGET THAT Holy Trinity parish, Now Albany, has just lost two of Its oldest and most highly esteemed members, and throughout the city ithelr death was mourned. Capt. John Welch, seventy-one years old, retired died Saturday moirninK at tfho residence of ihis eon, Stanton Welch, 1G03 Ekln avenue, New Albany. He was a member of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and the Catholic Knlghtb of America. Surviving Mm are eight eons: John. Frank. Otto, Clem Stanton and Earl Welch, New Allbany, and Albert Wekli, Detroit, and a daughter, steam-boatma- tho "Quick Meal" comes Where work Is sash doae nVhere eookfc&g sw real faa; Where baking gives light; Where dradge Is ass! sight where That's "Quick Meal" ea 0g GEHER & SON, BUTTER SPECIALTY GRAYVON ALLMEN Sanitary Milk Co. IS THE HOME OF o. twen-m'orni- ng ty-si- ur aaaoeoaaoeea)'ejta4afja)es PURE MILK GRANW. SMITH'S SON! Director "ASK YOUR GROCERS," Brighten Up Electrically! Funeral and Embalmeri past-ag- e ELECTRIC SPECIALTY COMPANY THOMAS KEEN AN- ..IfXJPlJAlLv DIRECTOR.. COAL CO. J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. sub-Hme- st JViTaiii ;yvvvvvvvvvvt,.vwvvvvvvvvvvv-tMvfrH-K-fr-- 822 East street. i P. BANNON PIPE CO. mim-sel- ! DOUGHERTY & McELLIOlT! Funeral Directors and Embaimers f BOTH PHONCS. T. pros-poro- ua D. BAX Funeral Director and Embalmer OL. .,. .,2mzz' J 0 iti. . J8J.X ?U