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Brcry Driver an IHcort 1600 ntm: mm mum UlltVilllTuiCiktTrMffHN Incorporate VOLUME XLVI.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, PEBRUARY 19, 1921. the election laws, as for instance, col- PRICE FIVE CENTS. With over 300 people, representing all sections of Kontucky, assembled in Lexington last Saturdaj', tho American Association for tho Recognition of tho Irish Republic was American Committee for Relief Has formally organized and tho first anAdopted Budget for its nual State convention held. The proceedings woro harmonious and Campaign. earnest and presage good work for suffering Erin. Moderation but firm and united action were advocated by the different speakers and Acuto Distress Among Thousands of the resolutions adopted. Election of officers and passage of resolutions Institute nnd Homeless calling on Congress Immediately to People. recognize the Irish Republic were tho outstanding features of the conI vention. Tho officers elected were: Presidont "Martin T. Kellj-- , Society or Friends AVJI1 llitnbllsh Vice President riank J. Their Headquarters in Secretary Biohard J. Hlgglns, Dublin. Newport. Treasurer Miss Mary Corcoran, -Lex-lngto- m Hanlon-"Covlngto- ored Republicans register and vote two or three times wo ibohold Mr. Lucas as Prosecutor of the Police Court trying to punish his Thus wo have the verManagement nt Penal Institution satile Mr. Lucas standing between OVERLOOKS THE RECORD As a Republican love tnd duty. ' Allocs Escape or Plfty-SIj 1. Chairman he must loo the offendnil ing Republican, but as a duty to the .Prisoners. public ho is expected to prosecute him with nil the vigor possible. en. ' nFtirt. Some people seem to think that the -,NDICitu "T0N 5,TEA Vet sat Ho Mr. Lucas Trices to Prove position of Republican Chairman is Incompatible with that of ProseLincoln was .Mistaken in cutor, but to date the objection doesn't sent to worry the "reform" Pro crb. leader. Speaking of humor at the banquet, wo will agree with tho Louisville Herald when it awards tho "GENTLEMEN .Wl Sugcno Dalley Establishes Rcputn- - palm to Eugeno Daily, tho near A PURE , CUAjN Mayor's Secretary. Tho Herald said tlon as Humorist in Banquet that Mr. Dalley won much laughter AND ECONOMICS Talk. nnd applause, having great difficulty ADMINISTRATION subject assigned In reaching tho him. Regardless of parity you will have to concur in tho Herald's findroLicn dog pines away. ings. Just get this one from Mr. Dalley and It must have brought down the house for real unadulter ated humor. Pointing at George Welsslnger Smith he said: "There Last Saturday the 'Kentucky-IrisAmerican remarked that the esca- is the greatest nnd best Major tho cltj- .Louisville ever had." Now pades ot Wcndling, the murderer, that'sof what everj'one will call real was just as easy for Lhumor, and we only hope that Mr. proved that it a prisoner to leave ithe Frankfort Dalley can bo persuaded to "spring" Penitentiary as It was for a prisoner this choice bit of humor on every to leave the Louisville Jail, ami street corner in Louisville this comthat is simple enough. Sunday ing campaign. If tho near Maj'or's night three prisoners, two of them Secretary can Intersperse his cammurderers, Toft the Frankfort Pen- paign speeches with funny wltlclsms itentiary without any trouble, thLs like tho one about "Smithy" being making n total of secntccn pris- our prize Mayor then Bill Thorne oners who hae escaped from that and other humorists will have to laurels. institution in the past ten months, look to their only cost around here About the thlrty-iiin- o have escaped Millie front road wunps. There Is no not going down with tho other price lecord of hov many convicts pursue reductions Is the cost of fires. We never hear of the "hick" fire dethe same course as Wendling and partment having any cheap fires. Toastmaster, Prosecutor am Republican Chairman Lucas at at leave the institution to return pro- They are all big fires that run Into their own pleasure. The bitter to Lincoln day banquet forgot several things in his eulogy of "reform thousands of dollars. This week test of the citizens of Frankfort out "reform" Governor seems to an had tho Baj'lcss Bros, flro with ?f administration. of $25,000 and have had little effect and "Howdy just estimated loss away half a squaro the Stlebel to he the best asset Ed" continues daj's the Democratic party has in the Ore two you later with a $20,000 attend State. From time to time ,we can loss. Ifapt to see any fire you are pretty everything the look forward to stories of in our nenal' institutions, city has in the way of fire appara as the Juniper Club chef and "re- tus, as all fires now areIs pretty near everything form" assistants are, like "Morrow, third alarm fires that brought out to long on promises but short on per- and everybody Is Of not his true attitude while ho may GENERAL MEETING. save the town. course calling formance. have Intimated that consideration .fire apparatus Is a litall of Is evident from another passage of Poor old Abe Lincoln must have out costly the received holy communion taxpayers and a ut Having respective churches Sunday on tho turned over in his grave last Satur- tle his discourse. "If in days to come," their little day night while the banquet of the away rlskj for other parts of town morning members of the St. Vincent he said, "the government of any from the fire, but under the" do Paul Society filled the Knights local Republican, machine was in nation is .overthrown, It will be a government whose subjects are progress at the Seelbach Hotel un- present regime or "hicks" it seems of Columbus Hall when tho general of a Lincoln day as If everyone Is needed to extin- meeting was held In tho afternoon. Jesuits nnd Ghprch Have Been Firm largely Illiterate. der the misnomer For complete Here's President John Doyle occupied, tho politicians, guish an ordinary "blaze. Machine celebration. education makes a man free; but Champions of Public county office holders, ren- another familiar statement In con- chair and received a number now city and half education merely makes him nection overconfident, and an easy prey to Education. egade Democrats and ward heelers age wns with the fires: "Much dam- mombors Into tho society at targe. done by, water" Niagara Secretary Bohan read tho reports of a celebrating the anniversary of the persuasion of men who would bad second rule him." Colored as the report ereat American President, and all Palls runs a as the- "hlck"when, we the conferences and the Special .firemen' 'Works CojttroRtee; and, they1 .were fire, printed in the Fernch paper is, it trying to prove that .Lincoln was have a serves to emphasize the fact that OTfTp O.nrflj'Kfnri Oiviitn ratolltwaj-sgorItCoiir-j Mhii ktnttntwMM try to deluge ft water (at wBrmly- tHa"""'priestJ "Jiien.tiuned" showing that much real charity was fool all the people all the .time." Bverjthlng a Infire) and so sight, there will dispensed and man poor people ago bj Being Suppressed in espoused and advocated the cause Under the guise of "reform" the not be any risk In getting at close given aid by this great society. of popular Instruction in the face of machine fooled Naples. One of the Assistant Thomas Keeuan made a strong apopposition. And this is no mero pretty near nil the people by elect- quarters. chance happening. At tho samo near Major nnd mi Incompe- Chiefs remarked recently that he peal In behalf of the suffering ing nnd was dog gone time that the Falloux law was betent administration in 1017, prove countrj llremen. tired of handling women and children In Erin, urging ing agitated in France the Jesuits with the h(s hearers to the banquet was n prelude to fool The Louisville Times tells us American Association for Relief in The Best Way to Get Possession In the kingdom of Naples likewise' that old Abo was wrong nliout championed public instruction, at Thursday of a crook disguised as a Ireland. of the Minds of tho ing 'cm nil tlio time. Tne the risk of losing the favor of those out on 'Eighteenth was Robert H. Lucas, who countrj'man Masses. Priests of the order, in power. DISCOURAGING. fills a dual role as Prosecuting At- street buncoing everyone right and publishing the Civllta Catollca in Court and left, many of the merchants in that torney of the Police Naples, urged In the columns of Tho words of King George In his Chairman of the Republican City vicinity being victims. Ho wore this famous journal the opening of overalls tucked In his boots, chin speech from the throne at the openCommittee. and County the Lucas led off with an ad- whiskers and had all the appear- ing of Parliament on Tuesday afford NO MERE CHANCE HAPPENING. schools and the teaching of secmasses to read and write. The for dress that teems .to have been a ances of the country constable in smnl. hope King justice for oppressed George expressed ular powers refused to tolerate such bomerang, judging from the com- "Way Down East." Our noble Key-- Ireland. propaganda, and even suppressed oners from the Seventh district himself as favorably disposed toments about town, anil several leadThe Jesuits were An interesting bit of history, Il- the journal. ing Republicans say that Ches and were all around, twenty of them ward .a commercialized treaty with to remove their publication the Log Cabin editor should have and a patrol wagon being enlisted tho Russian Reds,hebut discussing the lustrating the attitude or a prom- forced to Rome, where the Civllta office Is reported as censored his speech before the ban- In the chase. Many seem to think Irish question inent Jesuit towards education of has ever since continued to appear. that this garb of a countryman saying: quet. L'Ecclo Tho advocacy of public Instruction still tho peorle, Is related In "The situation in Ireland Many of those present thought fooled all of the Keystoners, as organ of the French by this order and the facts conA misguided Lucas Intended to deliver a humor- they evidently thought ho was one causes me distress. people persists Emanclpee, the suspension of tho Public School Teachers Association. nected with the Naples ous address when he led off with of their number doing plain clothes section of the Irish are review In criminal methods We hope that after Dr. in resorting to the objectof of estab- According to a translation of the noted by the savant Krauss, emphahow Louisville "is now enjoying dutj'. a diswith nnd cleanest administration Welch reads this he will tender that violence an Independent republic. article published In the Living Age, sized the lest tinguished writer on church history This must delayed apology to the Irish for lishing there were assembled in' Paris ono and tho history of Christian art, in has ccr known." It unity nor Irish 1849, at a time have been heartily applauded by saying that tho present police de- Neither Irish can be attained by this day in November, Hlmmelfarb, Temmy West, partment was composed mostly of means. Arrangements for bringing when the much discussed Falloux his life of Cavour, the celebrated Max stress statesman. The Italian Pete Dltzer and George Miller, pro- Irish. Speaking of country sleuths, Into force the Government's Irish law for the regulation of public in- Krauss layb on the Incident Is all in France was being the more noteworthy because of the of Blood" have you ever sen the funny struction prietor of the "Bucket detective who poses as a act are now well advanced and fu- I urged, several distinguished gen- fact that he was far from cordially saloon, who stated recently that ho earnestly trust that in the near automo-hlllst- s associates In Falloux's Is old boots and shoes with this "deteckatlve" for catching majority of the people will tlemen, the law. The gentlemen disposed towards the order. ture administration, on show the who linger overtime present "reform" repudi- drafting Those prone to criticise the their determination to and who unfortunately was arrested Fourth avenue. This Cap Collier ate violence and give effect to an named were tho noted Catholic pub- church as an alleged, enemy of pubeditor of forceful again the night following the ban- wears a ministerial looking coat, con'fers upon them respon licist Veulllot, Count Montalembort, lic Instruction, arguing from the quet bv revenue officers on the a Pike countj' sombrero and a cellu- act whichof and pro- L'Unlverse; Parlsls, the Bishop of neglect of instruction In Catholic sibilities charge of selling liquor. But back loid collar that may have been vides machinery by which they can Monslgnore countries, overlook the fact that Thiers, to the banquet, as they say In the clean a long, long time ago. He attain Irish unity by constitutional Langres; the statesman not givenand such countries have frequently in a Jesuit, whoso name to scenario. Lucas then told how the gets down on his knees on tho means." been under the guidance of rulers to steal curbing and marks auto tires with the article. It is related, and the who were not willing to be led by wicked Democrats used article Is slightly colored with a tho church's counsels. It was not of 2:58, elections and then It was time for 'he sniybollstic figures ASKED TO GO TO ROME. llberallstis tinge, that wihllo Thiers the church but autocratic all of the Republican machlno fol- 3:29, 12:52, or such odd hours, kings and Falloux favored the draft of the lowers to chuckle as they thought of meaning tho time tho auto began Dom Edmond M. Obrecht, abbot statute, tho publicist and the Bishop and princes who at times looked campaigns. All re- Its parking time. The odd minutes at Gethsemane fifty iMonasterj'. the past few to consider It "too with disfavor upon instruction for member the pet little primary of are probably a habit of his street miles south of Louisville In Nelson were Inclinedappeared that the opin- the members of the lower classes. liberal." It asociates car days when he was "railroading" county, was invited by his intimate "reform" Mr. Lucas' would prevail when In fact, historians have discovered when the testimony in the Warley on the Brook street car line. He's friend, Archbishop Dennis J. Dough-ert- ', ion of the latter instruction deteriorated JesMlt father, whq until then that pubjic during the 18th century, Philadelphia, to accompany the case showed that negroes then in a smooth one alright, and must be a taken no active share in the In Franceduring the lelgn of such him to the next Papal consistory at had the Penitentiary and still In tho terror to automobile drivers. for permission to that Is. discussion, Penitentiary were i cited. And when This is the story of a dog, known Rome, where the Philadelphian will speak and asked monarchs as Louis XIV. and Louis declared: Cardinal. Deputy County Cletk Gilllgan was as "Bum, tho police dog," and was be made an American seems to me that all that has XV. And it Is also a fact that the "It put oii the stand with the poll books a pet and pride of the Louisville Abbot Obrecht, .however, found ho been said so far Is iiased upon an capitalistic burgeols in both Franco in his hand it was shown by Wnr-lej- police department when we had real was unable to make the trip and Initial error. You are all afraid of and England were none too anxious nttomejs that dead men were police. Under tho Democratic ad- gave expression to his deep regret. public education. You fancy that to establish public education when oted in the Intel est of the "re- ministration "Bum"-- was discovered Archbishop Dougherty was among when people are educated It will be they had succeeded to power, and How the and earned a wide reputation as the dignitaries who took part In the Impossible to govern them, and that that for the very reasons which the form" machine followers of the first aide to tho police In tracking ceremonial when) Abbot Obrecht as their Knowieuge increases mey Jesuit father brought out so clearly. must have C. B. of C. V. Tenth ward steal and for his faithfulness took charge at Gethsemane in 1898. to Lucas In patrolling beats with the patrol- The two Catholic leaders have been will be more prone this. revolution. chuckled as Toastmaster We need I do not agree with many years. spoke of "fair and honest elec- men. When tho Republican "re- close friends for ORDINATIONS. have no fear of, edu eating the peoform" administration tions." came into ple. In my opinion, education Is ELECTION. HOLY NAME Another charge of tho distin- power "Bum" found his role a litEdward Carlln, a son of the Cov- the best way to get possession of guished toastmaster was that the tle harder In becoming attached inrinn niithpdral narisli. and Mlch- Society of St. the minds of the mosses. a The Holy Name Democrats had combined to organize lo policemen, as the old men were sketch' . The Jesuit father offered Ashland, were or- . the red light voters and bootleg- dropped to mako way for the Key- Louis Bertrand's church met Sun- or the historic deyelopment oi . . TIernev.th ofdeaconshlp last Sun- to gers. And in the past two elections stoners. The comedy and pranks day afternoon and elected the fol- France in support ot his contention. Rev. Bishop every tesldent of the red light dis- of the Koj'stoners never appealed to lowing officers: President. John H. and argued his point in spue ot tne day morning by Right oi nts Hennessy: Vice President, John J. opposition or the Bishop and Vftiil-lo- t. Brossart In the cnapei registered as Republican "Bum" who took his duties tricts was Today at St. Mary Seminary party was and the sight, of the uniform Barry. Financial Secretary. Thos. and tho Democratic He pleaded ror cheaper books, they will be ordained to the priestSecretary. forced to petition the Election Com- meant less and less' to lilm all the P. Keegan: Recording ror qualifying tho public to read hood Rev. ArchHis missioners for election officers, tho time. In the past year or two Frank X. Driscoll; Treasurer, John the Journals, and added: "What our bishop byHenry Grace Most Today also Moeller. F. Burke; Marshals, Thomas Tenderloin district being unani- "Bum" would run up to ono of tho country needs is tree, obligatory, or Leltchfleld, will mously for Mr. Lucas' patty nnd present cops only to be disappointed and Leo Meyer. Rev. Father R, G. public Instruction; and I may add, Oscar L. Poole, the priesthood lor Lyons is chaplain and under hls tho "reform" administration. Many when he found that It was a motor-ma- n guidance The article con- be ordained todiocese at Baltimore. lay instruction." tho society bears tho dis- cludes with the statement that when tho Covington commenting orf Mr. Lucas' talk eay or conductor disguised as a branch tinction of that he was only trying to bam- policeman. Dally "Bum" learned to df the Holybeing the largestsouth of M. Thiers, after twenty years, was Name Society TRANSFER OF CHAPLAIN'. boozle tho country Republicans who his sorrow that only a few real elected President of the Republic, were present and his talk was not policemen wore left, and he began the Ohio river. "his school policy and his use of the Rev. Father Ignatius Fealy, U. S. Intended for city consumption. Ail to pine away and this past week he press were tokens or homage" to BEQUEST TO SISTERS. or tho Jesuit. however, muBt admire Mr. died of a broken heart. A., chaplain ot the Third Cavalry classes, the advice Real estate valued ath $500 was Lucas' versatile performance about The article suggests repeatedly stationed at Fort Myer, Virginia, given to the Little Sisters of the that the speaker quoted supported has been ordered transferred campaign and election time. For to CARDINAL GIBBONS. Poor by tlje will of Johanna Gar in, his contentions with the argument Camp Travis, San Antonio, Texas. Instanco, as Chairman of the Rewere that public Instruction would, rather During tho war Fathor Fealy was Commitpublican City and County For the first time since Tie was and bequests of $200 each tee he Instructs .his workers, white taken ill more than two months ago, made to St Vincent and St. Thomas than serve to emancipate the peo- chief Instructor at the Chaplains' and black, to go out and put the Cardinal Gibbons last Friday at- - Orphanages. The remainder of the ple trom the paternallstla rule ot Training School at Camp Taylor, this Ha wont estate, valued at $1,200, was given the church and State or to Incite city, and Is known to thousands of Democrats to rout and 'bring home tended church service. leave them men in the army, .having been comthe election. In the ovent that any into the Cathedral during the noon to Mrs. Edward Von Roenn, a them to revolution, 'friend. docile and obedient, That thte was missioned in 1914. of his fellow Republicans violate hour Lenten services. fellow-Republica- "REFORM" x IRELAND n. T ' HZI ssthTbkord ,; HULir HMlff1,,3lrjrfm a. v L.OU1SVUIO. . The Board of Directors is com- KENTUCKY'S QUOTA IS $5O,Q0O. posed of Frank .McCarthy, Lexington; Richard Tobln, Frankfort; E. H. Goroy, Paris; Thomas Conry, Covington: Thomas McGuigan, The American Committee for ReJohn Tierman, Newport; lias adopted Its John Nolan, Rihcmond; J. Cassldy, lief 1n Ireland Bellevue; P. J. -- Leonard, Winches-to- r; budget for tho campaign to oalse Owen Sullivan, Louisville; runds to relievo tho acute distress Fred J. Schmitz, Latonia; Nora E. among tho scores ot thousands or Cooper, Nlcholasvllle. destituto and homeless people Jn John G. Regan, of Newport, was Ireland. In view or reports recoived named National Director of tho asso- trom Ireland the Executive Commitciation from Kentucky. Delegates tee decided that It would bo neceschap-to- rs h; were Instructed to form their and to hold elections to name deelgates to the national convention to bo held in Chicago some time in April. RECENT DEATHS. e misman-neronwr- nt EVER TRUE i - -- ftfc44w-VMiieflJJ- tf iV te toast-mast- er Funeral services ror Mrs. Bridget Jeffries, who died at the homo of her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Pierce, 727 South Eighteenth street, were held at the Sacred Heart church, Rev. Father Walsh celebrating the requiem mass. Besides Mrs. Pierce she leaves a son, James J. Jeffries. Tuesday morning the funeral or Conrad Wick, an aged produce deal er, was held rrom St. Paul's church, Rev. Father Donahue conducting the sorvlces. He Is survived by four sisters. Mrs. Elizabeth Bauer, 1134 hast Burnett avenue, w'ith whom ho resided; Mrs. Theresa Pullom, Mrs. Mary Herdt and Miss Rosio Wick, and a brother, Joseph Wick. Friends and relatives are deeply grieved over the death of Mrs. Mary Healy, beloved wife of Patrick Healj-- , 2912 "Slevln street, lost Sunday afternoon. Sho was thirtj'-sl- x years old and was held in high esteem by neighbors and all who knew her. Tho funeral took place Tuesday morning wtlth requiem mass at St. Cecilia's church. .MBSti.ydlaStIckler, belovedwdfeJ of Anthony Stickler, closed her eyes Tor etornal rest on Saturday at her home In Sliepherdsvllle. The remains were brought to the residence of her sister, Mrs. SalHo Arlington, 2102 West Walnut, the tuneral taking place Tuesday morning trom St. Charles church, Rev. Father Raffo conducting the solemn obsequies. C. INHERIT IRISH FORTUNE. Fairies from the Emerald l3le seom to have smiled on Mrs. RAsIe Cox. wife of James Cox, near Rose Hill, Oldham county, as she evidently Is one of three heirs to an estate in County Derry, Ireland. A few , days ago a letter trom John J. Dwj-erattornej', CI Broadway, New York, was recoived hy the Lexing- Toast-mast- er Bt Key-ston- or ton Herald asking that paper to aid In locating Patrick Sweeney or any or his children, as " a substantial Inheritance in County Derry awaits him or lifs heirs." Mrs. Cox is one ot the three children ot Patrick Sweenej'. John and Michael Sweeney, her brothers, lve in Lexington. John is chiet engineer at the Lafayette Hotel. Their rather, Patrick Sweeney, who was born in County Derrj-- , Ireland, was tor a number or years emploj'ed in the artificial gas plant at Richmond, and later moved to Lexington. ANOTHER VICTORY. nt Before a great audience the Cathedral High School basketball scrap tossers dropped a to the St. Xavler's five, of Louisville, at Indianapolis Saturday night 24 to 21. The visitors held a slight advantage all tho wa leading 12 to 0 at the end ot the first half and Increasing tho margin one more point in tho second halt. Kavanaugh starred lor the visitors nl O'Con-ne- r for the Cathedrals. HELPING CITY PASTORS. 's ovll-doe- rs Franciscan fathers from St, Boniface Convent are assisting n number of city pastors at the devotions during tho Lenten season. On Wednesday evenings Rev. Father Fillbert will preach at St. Martin's church and Rev. Father Casper at St. Vincent de Paul's. Rev. Father Simeon will, preach the Sunday night sermons at Holy Trinity church on Kentucky street. FORTY HOURS. Tho Forty Hours devotions will take place In tho city next at St, Cecilia's church, opening with high mass tomorrow morning and closing on Tuesday. Rev. Father Craney, tho pastor, will direct the beautiful services, assisted by priests from other churches. Many will attend these devotions In preparation for their Easter dutj'. FOURTH DEGREE. Sunday, February 27, Instead of Washington's hlrthday, the usual date for this ceremony, has been decided on for the exemplification ot tho Fourth degree of tho Knights of Columbus. Bishop Muldoon has been nsked to make the principal address at the banquet. Third degree' mem bers of good standing for two jears , are eligible. tvoru-shl- p. terl-ousl- y, sary to raise $10,240,000 in the present campaign. Kentucky's quota being placed at $50,000. It is hoped to gather the tull amount by the end or March. An appeal signed by the members of tho Executive Committee declared that tho continued devastation in Ireland made the raising of this sum Imperative if adequate rellor is to bo given. The statement Issued by tho committee rollows: "Cabled advices received Trom responsible authorities in Ireland show widespread unemployment, general economic disorganization, thousands ot families homeless, and much suffering among women and children ifor the elementary needs of Jire. Tho continued devastation Is steadily Increasing the need for relief. To cope with this situation we have adopted a budget ot $10,24p,000, and we i shall appeal to the American people, who have never railed to respond to the call or suffering from a neighbor people. "A letter just received from Bishop MocRory on conditions In Belfast gives a striking picture of tho dire need. 'Slnco the expulsion or workers rrom the shipyards in August last,' he writes, our local Relief Committee has had to find the necessities of life for 5,000 or 6,000 breadwinners and their in all nearly 30,000 aouls. To these destitute poiQXMijye.Jiave. naa to distribute $75,000 weekly. Prom individuals and organizations In Great Britain wo have received $600,000 for this work, but that source ot aid Is virtually exhausted, and unless American aid comes quickly, I don't know under heaven what will happen.' "Cardinal Loguo has cabled a similar appeal. Archbishop Hartj of Cashel, compares tho conditions in his diocese to those ot devastated Belgium, and Archbishop Walsh, or Dublin, cables us that the want pt employment in Dublin and Cork could not be exaggerated. James Douglas, ot the Society ot 'Friends, 'repeated appeals. Dublin, has sent Their urgent messages make tho need clear. Rollet will be administered through existing machinery, aided by units ot American members or the Society of Friends, tho first o't which has arrived dn London, en route to Ireland." The Executive Committee has $50,000 cabled an additional to James Douglas, of the Society of Friends, Treasurer of the Irilsh White Cross, to provide ifor tho cases or most immediate need. Tho first unit ot the Society or Friends dispatched to Ireland will establish a headquarters in Dublin. One ot the most striking early contributions received by the com- mlttee was a check for $5,000 from tho citizens of tho little town ot or Which the Mahanoy City, Pa population Is only 18,000. The citizens ot Mahanoy City and town- ship, Irrespective ot croed or class, eagerly contributed to the reliot or Ireland's bitter need as soon, as tho local committee issued its call. The Philadelphia Branch ot the A. C. R. I. was organized at a most enthusiastic meeting in that city on February 2. The meeting was called by a distinguished group, Including Archbishop D. J. Dougherty, Gov. Won. C. Sproul. J. Hampton Moore, Judge Theodore F. Jenkins, John J. MacDonald, President Beneficial Savings Fund Society; Jeremiah J. Sullivan, President Union Sir James J. Traction Company; Ferguson, J. D. Ryan, Thomas Rogers Flannory. Supreme Knight Edward. ' J'. James A. Flaherty, Dooner, Judge John M. Patterson, Judge Joseph P. Rogers. The principal speaker was Judgo Richard Campbell, representing tho national organization. Tho lollowlng members havo been added to tho National Council: James A. Broderlck. Manchester, N. H.; John O'Hara Cosgrovo, New York City; Hon. Hartln J. Glynn, Ma-or id Albany, N. Y. Lj-nc- h DEACON GETS RING. M. J. Walsh, tho contracting painter and veteran baseball umpire, was given a real surprise at, tho meeting or the Master Painters' FolAssociation here last week. lowing tho announcement that ha had served sixteen years asi Treasurer he was given a handsome diamond ring, ot two beautltul stones, as a token or tho esteem In. which u ho is held. Will Brady, the plumb-o- r, a neighbor ot Walsh, says that Btnce the presentation the deacon threw away ono or his glavea, 1)ut . lie ia accused of envy by Walsh's rellow" deacons, .Hennessy, MoDeiv-mo, and tt Lj-nc- "i , icraiorijOHrxr n.d " m concent for March 17 Sacred Irish Relief Fund in St. Patrick's SATURDAY. PUBLISHED EVERY church, Thirteenth and Market. MaTch 28 Social by young men ol Iridi American, .ad CatboUci nd Moiil Advancement to Ih. Sodal and women of St. Ann's church, Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men b Officially Indorsed by afternoon and evening. Institute and Catholic Knights of America. April 4 Lunch and social by Incorporate. Publishers ladles of St. "William's church, afterKENTUCKY 1IJISH AMERICAN P&INTINO CO.. evening. COPyTc noon and 30 Social entertainment March SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE'POLLAR PER YEAR, S1NOLB '" x&ntugKy iri$h American. COMING EVENTS. "" " AH Mftm ? Cntcrtd at tha LoultTllle Poatottlca a Sacond.Claaa Matter. Witt Ubtrty Stmt. CfBwlcitlont to to KENTUCKY IRISH AMEKICAH. 319-32- 1 and Dutch lunch, afternoon evening at Windthorst Hall. and Aj.x.AAtjHAiiAA3 "Why Is It Necessary to Advertise Your Pref errad Stock?" ments of service corporations. The same question might have been asked, however, as to why it was necessary to advertise Liberty Bonds and for thousands of volunteer salesmen to induce people to buy them. The old idea of stock ownership of a successful corporation was that of From the shareholders' point of view the fewer the shareholders the better, as there would then be larger proportionate profits to divide. On this theory new stock was quietly taken up by the old shareholders and seldom or ex-clusivc- ncss. 4tWAPES ffiXSfj CQUNOU nrrjFTv 1 AAAAA Bards-tow- n, LOUISVILLE, KY FIXGEIl OP GUILT. ... .SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1921 her niece, Miss Sue Irvine, of Tories in this country are busy ing to have the United States cancel tho British Government's war debt, which amounts ito $4,227,000,000, and presuming that it will be done John Bull is making no attempt to even, pay the Interest. While owing this huge sunr to the taxpayers of this country England ihas quietly gobbled up tho oil. supply of Rumania, Gallcla, Persia and Mesopotamia, and is trying to gain control of the commerce and trade of tho world. Out of tho war America asked nothing, and got just what she asked nothing, but our taxpayers and Liberty bond .buyers should be assured right now that their money will not bo given to England to carry on Jier purposes wide" control. Every world of American citizen should protest to his Representative and Senator against the attempt of the British Government to cheat tho people of this country out of four billion try- Mrs. R. C. Davis has as her guest not hear asked WE miliarthis question every now and then. Itoriswith theby persons requirewith our plan financial customer-ownersh- ip fa- Miss Bezzlo Hannan left yesterday for a short stay in New York prees In ibis city Is now busy covering up England's attempt to defraud the United States of Its war loan, by not men tioning the countrywide protests. Thus one cifc guess who is receiving a slice of the Lord Northcllffe slush fund. The pro-Engli- and the East. SIMILAR CASE. Llovd George, the Premier liar and hypocrite of the age who the establishment of an Irish Republic on the grounds that it might provldo a base for lurking submarines, brings to mind that the oppose the United States, should British "control in the West Indies because of tho danger to tho Panama canal. . op-pas- es ham, at Bloomlleld. Mrs. H. W. Imorde, who is home from St. Joseph's Infirmary, Is now steadily Improving. Mrs. P. H. Callahan has returned from a visit to Col. Callahan's ., mother In Cleveland. Miss Rosa Malono was last week the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Frank Davis, South Louisville. Miss Goldle Raredon, of Frank- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eckert have returned from a short stay in New York and Boston. Mrs. Julius Beckham, w,ho was operated on at St. Anthony's Hospital, is improving. C. P. Wickham has returned from a visit to his father, Matthew Wick- never offered to the public. The customer-ownershi- ' DOES SPLENDID IVOItK. Tho American. Committee for Irish Relief Is doing splendid work and work that Is absolutely necessary to Bave a goodly fraction of tho Irish people from starvation and death. In a letter tccolved recently from Ireland bv one of our leaders Is a graphic picture of conditions there, Including the primary cause of tho distress that prevails over large areas. The shooting of live stock on tho, farms and the destruction of tho reserves, of foodstuffs appear to be one of tho duties of the Dlack and Tans, and that duty they are discharging with unflagging zeal. "They mean to starve tho people into submission," says tho writer of the letter referred to. They have, however, reckoned without the host in thle case, for the American Committee will seo to it that no one suf- fera for the necessaries of Wte. It will also call attention to British atrocities in Ireland in a manner that can not bo ignored by tho press and the public, who are ac customed to ebullitions of indigna tion, at the hcrrors perpetrated by tho Turks in Armenia, and ;we doubt not it will make new friends for tho old cause amongst those who for merly were indifferent. MEANS MOKE GRAFT. fort, is improving after an operation at St. Joseph's Infirmary. Miss Elizabeth Mahoney has arrived from New Haven and entered Sacred Heart Academy as a student. Miss Flora Dugan, of Bardstown, is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. E. DIckerson, and other relatives here. Mrs. M. J. O'Connor, New York, arrived Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Philip Tuley on Longest avenue. Mrs. Hugh McDonald returned Sunday to Winchester after a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. King. Mrs. J. Sidney Hagan and little daughter Grace spent last week hero as the guests of her sister, Mrs. C. J. Price. Elmer J. Fox, of the Superior Optical Company, announces the arrival of a iittlo bowler (not bawler) at his home. Mrs. James Egan has gone to New Haven, Conn., to join her husband, Capt. Egan, who Is stntloned at Yale University. Mr. andMrs. J. Ford, South Louisville, had their daughter, Mrs. Mike King, of Ravenna, as their guest last week. Mrs. Edward O'Fallon entertained the Agenda Club Saturday afternoon at her new apartment on East Elm street, New Albany. Mrs. Pattie Blanford, of Springfield, has been visiting her sons, Messrs. L. A. Blanford and Frank Blanford, In Crescent Hill. ' William P. Hennessy's valentine came one day late, a bouncing boy arriving Tuesday afternoon, and the proud young ipapa is all smiles. idea is the exact opposite of exclusiveness. It aims at the widest possible distribution of stock ownership among the largest possible number of citizens. In this way the necessary profits (reasonable profits being essential to any industry or individual) arc shared with electric and gas consumers. As every share of preferred stock has a vote, theiioldcr is entitled to a voice in the affairs of the Company. p c FRANCE AVILL FOLLOW. increasingly eviIt dent that France a'nd England are fast uppioaching the parting of the ways. There Is friction, over tho Dardanelles, which England wants to control. At this time England has tho best of the situation, for having taken Contsantino Into favor against the advice of France, she Is now using the Greeks to force the hostilo Turks, under Kemal Pasha, to nccept her domination. France has been played up and euchred by England, and she knows it, and this knowledge Is irritating. Now some of our readers may ask What has all this to do with Ireland? It has much to do, since it reveals feeling in a growing France and' is an assuranco that if the United States recognizes the Irish Republic, Franco will follow suit the day after. It would be one way of getting square with England without the risk of open hostilities. is beocming anti-Engli- Today anyone who wants to reach large numbers of people must advertise must use the newspapers and the mails and must do so persistently because competition is keen and everyone has many things to think of in this busy age. An electric and gas company in a growing; city must continually keep adding to its plant capacities and distributing systems in order to meet growing demands for service. It requires new capital all the time as long as it grows and docs more business. In order to keep service rates reasonable the Company can not finance all new construction out of its earnings. It must have new capital from time to time, which, of course, is put to work on a profitable basis. Last year about $1,000,000 of new capital supplied by 1,700 new shareholders was invested in property additions and a large amount of new business done as the result. This year the construction programme is quite extensive, as might be expected in a city where the electrical demands have doubled in the last four years. As long as Louisville and the Company grow, and as long as we continue the policy of extending' the small investor and the wage earner the opportunity of becoming part owners' of the properties, you may expect to see our 7 Pre- REPEATS 1018 TACTICS. were visiting Mrs. Mr. Patrick It appears that the bill, which is aimed at the central izatlon of educational power and surveillance in Federal officials, calls appropriation of for an annual $100,000,000 with which to maintain its various officials and bureaus at the national capital. This is a large amount of money to have added to the people's taxation at any time, and even when, the ex pendlture is necessary and there fore approved. Tho present time, however, demands retrenchment in stead of additional expense, and the purposes of the bill have not the aprnoval of the people. It is not hard to understand why tho whole plan is strongly advocated by cer tain individuals It would set up a huge political grafting chance. Still, the most serious result of the bill's passage would bo its taking away from the States and their people control of their own schools and school funds. Tell your Congressmen to vote against this measure, and also your Senators. They ought to bo against more taxation without any urging, but perhaps they have some private reasons ifor being in fayor of having school funds manipAt least ulated in "Washington. education and the schools ought to be kept free from Federal politics and the suspicion of graft designs. Smith-Towner DOUnLE-FACEl, discussing The Debs case, says it "can undertho stand and respect the motives of the man. whose conscienco prevents him from fighting for his country when that country .has" embarked upon a war of conquest. When LiebTcnecht denounced the Kaiser for making this wicked war, end bravely suffered tie consequences, there was something heroic in the act, but we find nothing heroic la the conduct of tho men. and women in America, who saw noticing worthy of condemnation, in. Germany's effort to Belgium.." Will our neighbor explain why It sees nothing worthy of condemnation in England's effort to keep Ireland enslaved? Will the editor speak out,? Kateer and King, both are alike and not to be trusted. hoatite 's For the. "there's a reason" which it ha not dared make known. Courier-Journaen-sl&- vo Courier-Journal- do Si U MAKE IIIM PAY. BBeUflb propagandtets and the' Is tho Coalition. Government preparing for a general election? It N. Y. Mrs. Edith Schultz announces the would appear so, for how else are engagement of her daughter. Miss Like many wo to explain the Premier's emphatic Marie Romele Schultz, Alban J. we. statement that the Germans must Ross, The wedding will take place April. way. pay the Impossible indemnity. Tho in Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McCarthy anPremier Is here repeating tho tactics of nounce the marriage of their daughof 1918 when ho went to the polls ter, Miss Margaret McCarthy, to J. of make crying out that tho Kaiser should J. Reynolds, February 8, at St. put on trial and punished for his Louis Bertraud church. bo one of Her many friends will bo glad to crime against the peace of tho world. to one who Both No one knew better than the Pre-- ! earn that Mrs Harry Schutz tnree has been ill for the past the Kaiser would not bo weeks- ls now convalescent and mior that upon to answer for his mis- - pects to soon be able to be out. Col. and Mrs. James p. Whallen deeds before an earthly tribunal,! yet ho did not hesitate to make and their niece, Miss Goldle Her-th- e demand for his punishment a campaign cry and managed to dupeiBtoy wm g0 to Florida, returning y English people into home about April 15. tho supporting the dishonest demand. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Schaefer the marriage of their daugh- now he is tempting the tor. Miss May Caroline Schaefer, to starved, hopeless English Qttberl T. Thirlweli. on Monday with a slice of a huge indemnity evening of last week at tho rectory which he knows Germany can not of the Church of Our Lady. Incorporated pay, hence it is safe to conclude that ' Louisville people noticed in New week wore E. R. Morris. York ho is preparing for another snap prank last stern, aml judgment of tho English electorate. or tne naCon store .forces; W. T. He may find, however, that be "can Mitchell, O. B. Steele, Charles A. it. uewis, r. w. nob fool all the people all the i nomas, .losepn .uurpny. Lyons anu a. u. time, v- Announcement Is made of the marriage of Miss Virginia Lyons, EXCITING CONTEST. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Lyons, to William A. Schnell. The Tho entries in the vlctrola pip ceremony ,place Tuesday after ularity contest staged by Division noon ot took weeK at st. jonns Jast 4, A. O. H have rounded the hkTf- -, cnurchi U)e Kev Father G. W. i " ' "" gahuhmann offlclatlns. willT, be some rapid changes in tne ,. Visitors from Louisville are so .i, i.i i,w iv mJ .hn,inm vtetwiin Ljmnr n Journing and sightseeing at many Wo offer our excellent them President Florida winter resorts, amongFetter, exhibition at Raffo's. Blend Coffee, 3 lbs. for Joseph D. Hennessy announced being Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Mrs. L. Monday evening at the meeting that Mrs. L. B. Hayden and Deboney, This means only another decrease over tho old price B. Hayden, Miss Mary P. ho wants members and their friends for this Coffee. This is tho best Coffee for the price to turn in votes as soon as possible Miss Ludie Smith, J. J. Snyder and on the market. Give us a trial. family, Mrs. L. G. Scanlan, Mrs. F. in order to give the committee a chance to .havo all In readiness for Carter and Fred M. Catos. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard OLte celeSt. Patrick's day. Tho standing of the young lady brated their tenth wedding anni212 WEST MARKET' STREET. contestants on Thursday "vas as fol versary Sunday evening at their lows: Miss N. M. Langan, 11,800; home, 1820 Sherwood aventfe, and Established 1888 Both Phones 1323 11,510; M. the following guests were present: r, Hester McDermott, Mesdame3 L. W. O'Keefe, 11,490; Margaret Burke, Messrs. and John M. Herte, Greenberg 6,700; L. Dennis, 4,800; E.' Koch, Whitehouse, George Long, Nick 4,000; M. Riley, 3,800. Klumb, Frank Otte, J. T. Rapp and Eastern Kentucky" Coal 'West Kentucky" F. J. Traud. KNIGHTS DOWN BAPTISTS. Means Means Mr. and Mrs. John Bueter anGood, Bad and Indifferent! Old Coal! Any The Knichts of Columbus basket nounce the marriage of their daugh" WILTON-JELLICO- " d ter, Miss Christine Bueter, to LeRoy ball team defeated the .fast "TAYLOR MINE" The wedding was quietly Baptist team, leaders in tho Uimer. Means Means Church League, at St, Xavler gym- solemnized Tuesday afternoon of Tho Best Eastern Kentucky Best West Kentucky by 20 to 11. Capt. Hlgglns, last week at St. Charles Borromeo nasium, Coal Charles Coal at forward, starred tor the Knights church, .tho Rev.presence P. Raffo of the two tho by making eloven of their points. officiating-iLump $9.00, Nut $8.50 Lump $7.50, Nut $7.00 Dlsohor at ceater played a wonder- families. Mr. and Mrs. Ulmer left Eastern Kentucky $8.75 Harlan Lump $8.75 ful game, 'although handicapped by for Paris, Ky., wlhere they will Injuries. Swift and Johnson played make their home. best for tho Hazelwood boys. LAYMEN'S RETREAT. INCORPORATBD TREPARE FOR PARADE. Many Catholic men will bo interArrangements for a groat colobra- Both Phones 315. 315 Guthrie Street. tlon ot St. Patrick's day 'have been ested In tbe announcement that arbegun to, New York City. Initial rangements are bomg made for a retreat for laymen under stopa were taken at a .meeting ot too week-en- d Philadelphia. Tho details havo colleges da Jthe Stato and continue General Committee of, the Irish so- tho auspices of the Knights of Co- near cieties in the greater city held lumbus, to be modeled after the layIt begin some Friday has the approval ot Bishop O Don-I- n Thursday, Februtry 10. A great men's retreats in tho East, especially peoted to liave ol! tho monasteries or (aghue. at- one Juno parado will feature the colebration. those given at Overbrook Seminary , ed Irs. Osborne's sister, Callaahn, Jofferson-vlll.have returned to Brooklyn, and Mrs. Adam Osborne, who e, ferred Stock advertised. other business institutions, Ave have found that through advercan obtain better results at less expense than in tising and salesmanship any other Just as advertising played a prominent part in more than doubling the number homes enjoying the advantage of electricity, so it is helping new shareholders every day and we derive more satisus numbers faction from selling share stock each to ten people than selling ten person. shares small and large investors are welcome. gJSn? Jrfi. Investment Department in Kentucky war-wear- an-Ju- st ,eo half-:noun- ce LOUISVILLE GAS & ELECTRIC CO. 82 Year6 of Consistent Returns to Investors g,,, Erd - ... .Li. J Coffee Prices Lower '85c FRANK J. GENSLE Artistic and Up to Date Wall Papers, Window Shades, Picture JOHN M. MULLOY ntfMHRy Framing, Church and School Sundries 1211 South Shelby, Near Oak BEST WORK GUARANTEED Homo City 665 Cumb. S. 66r Born-traego- ANOTHER COAL REDUCTION . LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK Por Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a total deposit of more than 13,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by tbe people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. Hazel-woo- UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND Byrne Speed Coal Corporation NEW COAL YARD O. T, S. COAIi CO. Clay and Fulton Streets. High Grade Coal at tho very lowest prices. Give us a trial. City 4489; Main 1058 '! . -' 'Atv 'iikfi- Vj. A. ,Jt.S. &5 s H e a a 5C2:TtJOKrV I3(eiBC AMBRIOAK' MACARONI EGG NOODLES SPAGHETT . i ' IfuPS VInd mens furnishings a5-s2"cr gs408W.MARKET ST. ,f$ ANNOUNCEMENT Seven Cent Street Car Fare Effective February 21, 1921 The public is hereby notified that, effective at 4 o'clock a. m. Monday, February 21, 1921, the fare on all cars of the Louisville Railway Company will be 7 cents for one continuous trip. Present rules as to transfers remain unchanged until further notice Tickets for teachers and school children- will be cents. sold at half fare, 3 1-- A. PENDBNNIS ENGELHARD 5t SONS CO. 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. Inc. Drs. Harrison and Stijassburg 77 ."Xl Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. We Ubo All Modern Appliances In tho Elimination of Pain. kPuKJVJ (Hi afaTI Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and Oldest Bank in the State. National Bank of Kentucky FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. "YOU'LL FIND IT WORTH WHILE" TO BAT IN A Phono City 4G03 Phono City 4G03 LEWIS DOUGLAS MORTON HUBER HAND STOKER 25 PER CENT. COAL SAVING. Combustion Engineering and Furnace Repairing City 8381 521-2- 3 Standard Dairy Lunch House Incorporated THE HOUSE OF QUALITY AND QUANTITY Variety of Hot Dishes, Pastry, Homo Mado Pics, Cakes, Meat 219 SOUTH FIFTH STREET In Middle of Square vr,-m- o EXCELLENT COFFEE FOURTH 004 SOUTH nTKcnvim.ti STREET Near Broadway PTtmrPT SKRVIfTFJ COURT PLACE Main 1050 ?U?fflaggIIgBflKttgHI3ffiga BAXTER SHEET METAL WORKS TIN, TILE AND SLATE ROOFING Furnace and Refrigerator Repairing 442 BAXTER AVE., Roof Fainting Whether It lie lirend, Rolls, dikes, Biscuits or Pastries, Their Success Is Assured by the Unfailing Quality of HERE IT IS AT LAST! ASK YOUIt GROCER " -- vl i SNOW CLAD FLOUR' WJI. KASTBLIIUN, Solo Distributor City 1479 a Specialty CHIMNEY POINTING at Underbill Highland 1G87; Cumb. 1716 DR. L. C. ZIEGLER ECKERLE DRUG COMPANY EVERYTHING OUT RATE ALL THE TIME FLOYD AND MARKET LOUISVILLE, Both Phones KY. 2 DENTIST NORTHWEST CORNER FIRST AXI) BROADWAY Above Leon Abraham's Drug Store Phono City G515 Plate Work a Specialty WILLIAM M. HATFIELD GENERAL CONTRACTOR Let Mc Figure On Your New Home Alterations Made Garages Prompt Attention To Phono Calls CONCRETE WORK A SPECIALTY Parkway 537 All Style Tickets and school checks heretofore sold at the old rates of fare will be accepted for a reasonable tjlme or will be redeemed for the purchase price at the office of the company, IRISH AMERICAN LET US ATTEND OAKDALE DRUG' COMPANY 3101 SOl'TII FOl'RTH Home Phone. Parkway 202 TO YOUIt NEEDS IN THE DRUG LINE TWO B. STORES! TAYLOR AXI) I1KIIKY 11LVDS. Homo Phone, Parkway 500 P. CORNS,BUNIONS latrowlte lid Abnirmil Hills Seltitifleally TniM Slve your tioyi an education that will prepare them for life r5 i,sx & Dr. frA. Uriah Z. Lltsey 112 "W. Broadway, loniiville, Ky. Chiropodist Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers. 507 and Business Scientific Classical, Courses, Preparatory Department, Large Stnrks 8wlmmlng Pool, Well Equipped GymUmildin Both Pho?es nasium. Terms moderate. Bro. Benjamin, Dlr. St. Xavier's College Louisville Railway Company 4. L ELE HOUSE WIRING AXI) ELECTRICAL l'KACTICA HA WK INS CTRIOI AX REPAIRING Estimates Furnished 10G2 EAST CALDWELL, Fixtures Furnished STREET HIGHLAND 704 Roof Painting - (Incorporated In Kentucky.) Repair Work A Specialty By JAMES P. BARNES, President. February 15, 1921. AXI SPOUTIXO SHOP: N. E. COR. TWENTIETH AND WALNUT SHAWNEE Homo Phone, Shawnee S99 SHEET ROOFING, THOMAS BOONE GUTTERING METAL WORKER 1948 Weekly Savings Club START ONE THIS MONTH WITH THE FRED ERHART MJIS. ANXE HENRY. JOHN P. WILL GENERAL CONTRACTORS Henry, eighty-fou- r Mrs. Anno Rccauso our quality years old, widow of Michael Henry, Reinforced Concrete, Wrecking, -LUMBER Is reasonably passed peacefully Into' eternal rest Excavating and Granitoid Work priced avo have been on Thursday evening of last week at 3330 WESTERN PARKWAY awarded tho contract to Floyd South her residence, 1 jlHf street. She was C52native of Ireland, furnish all LUMBER for a Calls Answered Promptly S. S. Krvsgo Co.'s now and was a woman of flno Christian Day or Night building on Fourth Ave-- n and itho mother of THE BLATZ QUALITY character women, all of wjhom good are men and lie. McDANIEL BROS. now Jiving in Kentucky. Surviving PAINTS AND VARNISHES FUNERAL DIRECTORS her are three sons, Charles and Paul WILL B. MILLER CO. PRESERVE AND BEAUTIFY AND EMBALMERS Henry, Louisville, and Father StafTWELFTH AND OLDHAM Moderate Trices ford Henry, of St. Rose church, Rest Service It 18 PARK BOULEVARD Cioverport, and three daughters, City 2750 South 2750 Parkway 2S7 Phones South 311-5 SOUTH SHELBY ST. Misses Bridget and Rose Henry and Sister Mary Isabelle, of the Sisters LOUISVILLE, KY. CASKETS AND of Charity. The funeral services C. A. KOERNER UNDERTAKERS SUPPLIES were held at St. Mary Magdalene's GENERAL CONTRACTORS churhc, Rev. Father Henry celebrat(WHOLESALE ONLY) ing the hlg)hi mass of requiem, asAND YARD: OFFICE NATIONAL CASKET CO. gSSLl sisted by Rev. Father James Kelly, of New York, a nephew of the Incorporated FLOYD AXD BURXETT STREETS Mny she rest In peace! SHOCK Eleventh nnd Mngaziuo Streets 1 -- Home Phone, City 4300 Cumb. Phone, Main 35S0-- A South Louisville Bank Fourth and Central AvCnne CALL US FOR NORTON BUILDING N. W. LUMBER CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Joseph ilubbuchSr.&Soa Dealers In Corner Fourth and Jefferson WALL PAPER AND RUGS 1120-112- Oil and Grease FOR ALL PURPOSES Kentucky Consumers OH Company Kentucky - -Louisville --- tUCOHPOKATIO. FALLS CITY HALL BLDG.. 8 WEST MARKET ST. Watch Crystals Fitted 20o Watch and Jewelry Repairing LOA rnrnltnre, Diamonds and other gonal Property at loweit Batei in On Per- The Radius Jewelry 408 SOUTH Noxt to FOURTH Shop AVE. M. City PEOPLE'S FBOVXDEKT ASSOCIATION "You "Will Do Better at Spurrier's" Roi Theater Open Evenings Until O P. Home Phone, City 7804 Cumb. Phono, West M Incorporated 20J COLEMAN BUILDING 8. E. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON 319-32- FANCY GROCERIES AND DELICATESSEN FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES SPURRIER GROCERY CO. THIRTY-FOURTH THE VERY BEST 412-- W Shawnee 1817 BROADWAY Phones "West 852 & JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED Frank Hart man & Sons HOUSE PAINTERS AND DE0ORAT ORS 1800 WEST MARKET STREET Residence Phone Shawnee 12 2- -J GLOBE 3RCURITY Ml ciaXCas. for Front and Rt ,ol Fori Comma ABSORBERS Sit Ice Station JOAX OF ARC. LOUISVILLE, KY. EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS Wo Buy l and Liberty Main 3473 Louisville, Established 1820 OFFICE OUTFITTERS STATIONERS Ky ft LOAN OO KY. City HASSLER SALES CO. 2712 Phones PRINTER!; InoorporaWA. 812 West Jefferson Streai (Second Floor) General Repair Work, Cleaning and Horns Phone City 2967. Polishing. Kentucky-Indian- a STORAGE OF AUTOMOBILES NIGHT AND DAY. A. Lazar, Manager Money Advanced on Your Plain Nm UbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbVB to Frm Automotive Co. SEH POOLEY FOR MONHY. Loans to those having regular incomes or salary, with no publicity r red tape. Loans to housekeeper Shoes For Every Member of the n their personal security. Family P. B. POOLEY, Home Phono 3906 Building, Bam 1, Courier-Journ415 S. Fourth Street. FRED FEIGE & SON al Broadway at First. Homo Tel. 3063 OTTssV FRED;,C"LOEMKER lyrf.rhHwfcMWMi FOURTH AND O STSJ JOHN B. WATHEN fTJBNITUBH MOVING AND PACKING Was Shawnee 1986 LONG DISTANCE HAULINO SSO Tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 and evening at 0:30 and. 8:30 o'clock at St. Xavier's Gymnasium will be presented the most unique 'motion picture In the world, showing His Holiness Benedict canonizing St. Joan of Arc, with actual scenes In the Vatican and St. Peter's. Also a prologue telling tho story of Joan tho maid from .her childhood to tho day when she was bound to the stake. This is the first time In history that the motion picture camera has been permitted to record an event of this kind. Those who see this picture will never forget the wonderful and magnificent spectacle. "Little Miss Sunshine." an In intense comedy drama five parts, will also be shown. This picture, full of iheart Jntereat and a wealth of comedy situation, has a sunbeam In every scone. AMERICAN' CARDINAL. TRY BORGMAN'S CHILE SOFT DRINKS, CIGARS, ETC. Home Phono, City 3147 POULTRY STORE Wholesale ap.d Retail FISH, OYSTERS, GAME AND PRESTON PISH AND Rags, Scrap Iron, Metals, Rubber and Paper Stock POULTRY 1000 WEST BROADWAY Ohio River Fish Guaranteed Eggs City 4540 Cumb. West 9366 421 SOUTH PRESTON STREET LOUISVILLE WASTE MATERIAL CO. WEST JEFFERSON ST. Home Phono, City 1109 LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 001-00- 3 JOHN B. RATTERMAN City 4597 South Job Work Promptly Attended To 847-- W .... FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 WEST A1ARKET West Phones 1 LEO H. WEBER Designer nnd Builder of O MODERN II STREET Plans and Estimates Furnished Years Ought To Be Sufficient Guarantee For My Knowledge and Integrity , II E S Cheerfully If It's For Sale Giro Mo a C&U Thirty-tw- o Shawnee 1243. Cumberland 179. 1215 SOUTH PRESTON STREET 214 PiNK VARBLE REALTOR AND AUCTIONEER LOUISVILLE TRUST Both Phones HalM, Free. .:! TV GEO. C. WETSTEIN Designs & Estimates Furnished BLDG. Manufacturer of MONUMENTS AND CEMETERY WORK 808-810-8- SHOES AND SUPPERS 431 EAST MARKET STREET LOUIBVILLE - - - - KENTUOKT UNION MADE Home Phone, Shawnee 803 South Twenty-Slxtf- e CM. HENRY GOSS ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING ls LIBERTY BLOW Manufacturers and Erectors ot DUST COLLECTING SYSTEM We Make a Specialty of Pipe PARRAKEET Waeralwater & Grocery Company Incorporated FOR THE BENEFIT OF YOUR KIDNEYS DRINK PARRAKEET MINERAL WATER Parkway 40S Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted Asphalt Shingles a Spocclalty 2011 WEST BROADWAY Eunova Cigar Herm Pcrfccto Schrocr's Smokers (UNION MADE) Home Phone, City 6041 THE SHEPPARD Incorporated MFG. CO. G41 Manufacturers of FINE EAST JEFFERSON SCHROER BROS. CIGARS STREET EDW. B. JOHNSON, Prop. Both Phonos 2406 REUTLINGER & CO. Adolph RcuUlnger STEEL AND DtCN WORKERS 1612 WEST MAIN STREET Home Phone, City 577 . LOUISVILLE, KY. Steam Forglngs and Fire Escape Apparatus Our Specialty LIBERTY SHOE SHOP "Work FINE SHOE REPAIRING Called For and Delivered L FIRE INSURANCE LIABILITY AND PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET TORNADO, 2327 WEST MARKET STREET Shawnee 2702-- WM. P. BANNON CONTRACTING Demling's Pharmacy . H.BOSSEaSON Funeral Directors and . Embalmers. X YOUR PATRONAGE WILL BE APPRECIATED BROOK AND BLOOM Cumb. S. 154 THIRD & SOUTHERN PARKWAY City 8380 Phone Parkway 113 K. A. Xrapp PLASTERER DRUGGISTS ObU. B. Xrapp Home Phone, City 7005 Wholesale and Retail TWENTY UNDER ABREST. ESAPP'S MEAT MARKET Telephone 1022 EC. , but, vear, JUl 600 BROADWAY Ml JBAgT'jKFFHRSON STREET yzax asto sah et stack Keats SUs Twenty members of (the Irteh Smn Fein delegation to tho British Parliament now are In custody. The twentieth member was apprehended In Dublin on Sunday when N. J. Crowley, member for ihe North Division of Kerry, was arrested. The Associated Press cables that the Vatican announced ofllclally Suit-aay that the Most Rsv. Dennis J Dougherty, Archbishop? "of Philadelphia, will be created a Cardinal at tho secret consistory to be held early in March. Archbishop Dougherty Is expected to arrive In Rome early in March. He will be the guest of the Amer ican College In order to receive there cereraamlal visits and congrat ulations on his elevation to the Car- dinalate from the chief officials of the Papal and civil courts, high prelates and other friends and Those visits will follow the secret consistory and "rtll take place after Monsignor Dougherty has received notice of hla nomination. from the master of ceremonies, who will by the bo sent for this purpose Pope, and after iho has been, to the Vatican to receive from the hands of tho Pope a Cardinal's red hat. The Vatican has prepared the papers 1n tho appointment of a Bishop for Sioux Falls, S. D which i expected to bo made at tho coming secret consistory. As there are some formalities still to be settled, however, no announcement of the name of the appointee 'baa yet been made. The now Bishop to be appointed for Sioux Falls, as announced from Bishop Rome, wiH not succeed Thomas O'Gormen, but witll be Ms aestefaant, H was declared Sunday. Bishop O'Gorman's advwiced age has mode t difficult for .him to care for all the "demands of his growing diocese, it "Was explained. ad-mle- rs. PIPE WORKS Mechanical Air Engineers Work for Kark J. C. Jaoob. Beo. "and Yreos. EAST KENTUCKY ST. Homo Phono, City 178 105 L. GRAUMAN ft OO. Incorporated Sealers In All Kinds of eXXloe aa4 tor nxturea, Safe, Cash mfi- tors, Snow Caaea, Coutan, 8belTl&r, Eto. 610 WEST KAXET BTUST Home Phone, City 1SS8 HEATING & VENTILATING 644 EAST JEFFERSON ST. LOUISVILLE, KY. f Home Shaw. Cumb. West 295 SIMON P0NTRICH and Creernwood, Country Style Sausage Company EAST JEFFERSON ST. .121 Manufacture Sausage Like Mother Used To Make HOME KILLED MEATS Give Us A Trial And Re Convinced City 866 Wo Deliver Anywhere in tho City Home Phone, City 433S FLORIST Cut Flowers, Designs, Plants Twenty-eight- h JOHN ASSENT PIANO TUNER 1020 EAST BURNETT AVENUE Home Phone, City 8398 1863-- L West 866 WE ARE UNION Oscar Farmer & Sons ALBUS DRUG COMPANY 122 N. FOURTH ST. AND Incorporated Tho Store of Quality, Valuo and Ser218 N. FIFTEENTH ST. vice Where tho Sick Ones Bcceivo the Rest Home, City 4990 SHELBY AND MARKET STREETS Cumb., Main 490 Incorporated Premier Lloyd George on Tuesday announced In the House of Com- EXPERT CLEANER8 OF LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S WEARING mons that the Government had decided It would not publish tho reAPPAREL port ot Major Gen. Strickland on the Investigation into the Cork confla- ARTHUR H. ROHMANN, Manager gration ot Jast November. S. W..Cor. Third and Walnut Sis. 0 City Elevator and Warehouse City 6910 Res., Shawnee Hay, Grain and Feeds WE DELIVER IMMEDIATELY PHONE US YOUR WANTS The Home of "Quality Feeds" Sullivan Transfer Incorporated Co. AFRAID OF REPORT. PALACE CLEANERS & DYERS GENERAL TRANSPORTATION, TRUCKS FOB PICNICS AND "HAYIUDB PARTIES" 1129 WEST MAIN STREET HAMBLY STORM All Klnda of Footwear Vor the , Whole Family Two HAMBLYTS BitOS. SHOE cl BtoiM astlt and Portland. 10th and MagMdM Shaw. 171C Okjr 71 jfeCKBnriaoKY IRISH AJbao&i&xcAJS. i I I racon a sm We Give and Redeem sgimmm, ... JaffiM M ! I HERMAN I - poubth Avenue STRAUS cat?pareo SONS MARKET STREET , r J ' II i We Qlve and Redeem Qold Trad In J Stamps. Surety Coupons. MBmEmfM AWWiWmlw ' i do yew jovow asow ow? HOUSEHOLD GLUB 4 Payments. PLAN ? Convenient and Dignified Methoa of Purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred The outstanding features tta conTenlence la making purchases without any considerable outlay of cash- - The advantage of buying on the Club Plan during our various sales AT SALH FIUCES. 'Whatever is the prioo of the goods to a cash or a charge customer, that is also the price to a Household Club Plan customer. There is positively bo advance. There are no "confidential arrangementa." It is conducted upon as open basis with a fixed schedule of rates. The first payments and the monthly payments ar the same to all. of this method are vet Coffee Cale Mssaaiaa mfm jaanBnaBsnM mumUm BOYS' SUITS $10 We are offering you these Suits at a very special price, just to advertise our Boys' Department. These Suits are made of good woolen splendidly tailored and fin. ished. THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW mate-terial- s, the real home made kind with a better flavor made with .BaaaBaaaaaaja' SURETY COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOAtERS High Class Furniture AT LOWEST PRICES. Carpets, Stoves and Ranges, Lace Curtains and Linoleums. 415. 417 and 419 East Market St. '''' Pi LOUR COFFEE CAKE RECIPE 1 ', 1 1 1 $10 quart bread sponge cup sugar eggs 2 1 pint sweet milk I cup butter teaspoon salt teaspoon cinnamon teaspoon nutmeg JAMES GREENE ttfrtttttttttttrttf""4'4'1'1 Arlstos Flour to maUr a soft dough. Let rise, then press down. Let rise again, nrush top with beaten egg. Sprinkle thick with sugar and dust with cinnamon. Hoi! out one Inch thick, lay In pan. 4Hf3 Where the QuicK Meal Comes In Thi Trade-Maron Evety Sack k JOHN H. SHINE & COMPANY, DISTRIBUTORS. SWISS CLEANING -- OF- anal PERFECT FITTING SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES IRISH RELIEF. The American nation Is responding generously to the call ot Erin. The children of the exllo have sworn that Ireland shall not starve. They would like to give as muc.1i as Ireland gave the struggling colonies, but that will not .happen now. Recognition has been denied, armed la not probable, but dollars shall be at Ireland's disposal while a republican to remains sound the principle of liberty or death. This Is Kentulcy'e answer to the appeal of Cardinal Gibbons, sounded Thursday night at the meeting of citizens called by Chairman Owen Sullivan at the Seelbach HoOrganized to function solely tel. for charity, aiding the starving women and children In Ireland, and not connected with any other question, the great meeting that was part ot It forms a happy augury for Rethe success of the movement. ports reaching Chairman Sullivan indicate that the State will be dn action while Influential committees, representing those high In 'the .business and social world, are urging those ot their own class to give a response worthy of Kentucky to Erin's call for help. The meeting taking place too late for this Issue, the full report will appear next week. COLUMBIA ELECTION. 'Monday night the Columbia Athletic Club held an enthusiastic meet- MEN'S SUITS With Minor Repairs Free Saves Buying. Where the borne U brightest ; Wbere the work U lightest; Where the meal is cooked best; Where tho range stands tha taat where tho That's "Quick Meal" comes Where work U done; mm Where oooktag real foHj Where baking (Itm I light; Where drudge Is tmt sight I where That's "Quick Meal" am Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed. Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS INCORPORATED .cpt OPTICAL XXCOBFOBATSD F Ipw diseases Qnlck Maal GaRaHftas Sold. Installed end Mitfl ly BacoHmaadaa' (lEHfcK Ol ajUla w. MARKET ST. THE NAME KENTUCKY & INDIANA PRODUCTS C03D7ANY MEANS Office 017 South Fourth. Plant 009 South Sixth. Oculists' Prescriptions. SOUTHERN COMPANY OF THE DON'T FORGET THAT J PURE PASTEURIZED MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS BUTTER A SPECIALTY The customer will know that you watch his interests if you sell K. & I. TRODUCTS GRAYV0N AIXMEN Sanitary Milk Co. nrooBoaA.ws Fourth and Chestnut. ASK FOR Listen, you who are suffering from inflamed bladder, sore kidneys, lame back, FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERS EWING'S MILK IS THE HOME OF PURE DAIRY the New Discovery, will bring quick relief. This prescription is sold upon honor backed by your dollar back if dissatisfied. Don't delay. Try a bottle today. T--K, aches and pains! KENTUCKY AND INDIANA PRODUCTS CO. Incorporated JACKSON AND FEHR AVENUE BOTH PHONES 4262 a)a)aaa)a)a)a)aa)ioaa)a)aa)Ha)a)fta)a)aa)a)aa)aa)la)a)ia)aMB ! YOUR DRUGGIST OR CIT1 7517 GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. "ASK YOUR GROCERS." PRODUCTS PURE WHOLESOME SAFE. T-- K 1713 V. Market, Laboratory Louisville, Ky. Brighten Up Electrically! Make your home hospitable and attractive this winter bylhe the addition of attractive and corract lighting. I Funeral Director and Embalmer i ; Screened Coal PROTECTED FROM "BOTH PHONES 810. ' Bruoggeman presided, the Teports of Ben Brumlevo PORTABLES, FLOOR LAMPS, LIGHTING FURNITURE and tho Secretaries were approved, and tho club announced tho Island Queen secured tor the season's first river excursion Most interest centered In the election ot a Board of Directors, for which twenty-fiv- e ' iNOOnroRAYaD names ihad been posted. Those who City 897 fi28 WEST JEFFERSON tvti iRon will form the new board are Messrs. svww Ait Edw. C. Brueggeman, John Ratter-maCrystal Electric Washer and Wringer. Universal Farm Lighting Plants. WJlMam f'ox, .Bon C. Bookman, Edward Tobe, Edward Score, Henry C. Fetter, Bon J. J. Hettinger, Brumlevo and Anthony Hellman. HARVEY-JELUC- O To IIclpYou With Your Gleaning This board, will meet Monday night and elect officers for the year 1921. Phone Us Now. John Bredeman, who rooently re(INCORPORATED) turned .from a Southern trip, accepted an invitation to deliver on Company With the Coal and the Service. The address at the next meeting. Tho Incorporated House Committee had arranged a A, 333-33- 5 luncheon and refreshments that WEST MAIN ST. Ynrds located at Fifteenth and Magnolia. Yard at First and Tho Columbia wore appreciated. City 135MnIn Yard and Elerator, Fopo and Payno Streets. Club Is Tlannlng" for another very active year. Both Phones at All 1 Urdu. efits. rules for Its Rent a Royal Electric Cleaner government and extending Its benPresident ing and adopted now ICEANDSNOW Eastern Ky. Block, $9.25 Eastern Ky. Mine Run $6.00 Western Ky. Lump, $.725 Western Ky. Nut, $7.0,0 I SOI THEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS, $aa)aa)a)aa)aa)aa)aa)aaa)aaa)aa)aa)a)of ) ELECTRIC XI SPECIALTY COMPANY THOMAS KEEN AN 1529 WEST MARKET STREET n, Geo. Miller, h Jr., Coal Co. West 049 I ..FUKEJRAIv xrre:EQOTo:R.. COAL CO. MHHam Elevator and Yards Twenty-Sixtand Howard Shawnee 11 Childers Elect. Co. JA4VvVVVWVkVkVVVVVi PHONE 88 MAIN 3071.7 J- - J. BARRETT'S SONS HOMB . 3 CUMBERLAND 'a . w , rm - v FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. BJTaiix fiatipeot. 82S ! H. J. BAHHOH, tnMwA tad MMftf. . BAMNOK. JR.. Vict Pns. is TriiJ. OMEGA CLEAXINO, DYEING, 'Qtf i I LIMERICK REJOICING. Limerick nas been rejoicing since Tuesday night, when the JJortrand basketball team was victorious over the St. Xavler boys and Is now tied for second place In' the Catholic strengthened its League. Mackin hold on the championship, winning fronr the Knights or Columbus, whllo Trinity Council defeated tho Vernons. The leaders are not far apart and tho battle tor tho iremaln Ing games will bo vigorously con tested. TAKES NASHVILLE BRIDE. P. BANNON Sawsr and Calvert Plpt, Flra Pteeflag. Flae LlBing", PIPE CO. PRESSING. REPAIR WORK. KECO . M. iMfnt, m. aJP a aH Walt Jtoom ft . b! ante m m East "HM"?"?"- !- H"H-M"- H Wall CeplBtf, Drala Tile, Vitrified IricR, Fire Brlcfc Crate aad Bailer Tile, Fire Clay, Chimaey Teat. OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. Baaasa's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Coadalts,! Mrs. Nellie Broderick. Prop's. All work called for and delivered. Hats cleaned and blocked. "All we ask is a trial." DOUGHERTY & McELIOTT Njfc, raoadltlM. 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, 426 E. CALDWELL Phone City 1419. ST. OPENS IN AfRIL. ! Funeral I Directors BOTH UOOS-n and Embaimersl Homo City 200S X MAIN S07. PHONES CITY and Breckinridia aad Ninth aad Magaalla. WORKS Thirteenth PLEAD FOR MAYOR. Counsel for Donal O'Callaghan, Lord Mayor of Cork, Bought on Mon shingles LATHIS flooring ia u 4m m. BMakntMfai ataaa tin aaa r - w. day ito hare the State Department reconaldar Its decision that their client was without rights as a po litical Tofugeo ana subject to deportation because ot ihls arrival In America as a stowaway without a passport. Department ofllceid said careful consideration would be given the claims f O'Callaghan's counsel, but lit was Intimated that the department still regards the case as one for the Department ot Labor to pass upon. " Helen Gathof, ot Louisville, was the maid of honor, and .the groomsmen were A. C. King and R. E. Basoher. Tho Jbride Is the nleco ot Mr. and Mrs. F. A.' Gathot,,ot Louisville, and lias visited iTiero many times. Directors ot the now Visitation Homo, 957 South Fourth street, ot have decided to open tho homo bo Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Dowd, Nashville, Tenn., announce the wedding the public iformally with a tea to be Helen to given in April. Tho date will be ot their daughter Howard W. Densford, of Loulsvliio. announced later. The two resiTho ceremony took place on Mon- dences on each side, of the home, day afternoon ot last week In tho which were purchased some time Church of Our Lady of Mercy, the ago, wlli bo converted into annexes Mlse and connected with the present Rev. M. O'Connor ofuVoIating. building. It is planned eventually to abolish tho old Visitation Homo at C14 "West Walnut street. The directors will continue to serve as an auxiliary to the Staters ot Mercy, who are in cnarge or tne nomje. F'HCOrJBjafi. Climb. Main .a.H--M-WH"H"t"K"H- lt H'iHMt) l4"'(X' Mala atr ties. II-- Y. Funeral Director and Embalmer T17-71- B 8. CHSBTNUT LOUISVILLB, 11, 1 ' 0