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Board of Works !has four, the Water Company four, the Inspector of Gas . IRI i AMERICAN LUARY 26, 1921. Strickland (the general commanding in Cork), than In any tribunal that could bo set up ad hoc to inquire into tho burnings. That was on December 13.' Tho Inquiry was to bo finished next day. On January 4 the London Times stated that Gen. Strickland's report had been circulated to the members ot the British Cabinet and would possibly be considered on the morrow. On January 8 tho lobby correspondent of the London Daily News said the report had ben in tho hands of the British Cabinet moro than a week; that it was being held up presumably by the Irish Office, and that the current opinion was that this was duo to the. fact that It gave the He to Sir Hamar Greenwood's denial that tho forces of the British Crown started tho fires. Ten moro days passed, and then It was Indicated not that the report would bo published, but that another inquiry might be instituted. That is where the matter stands today, Tho Greenwood declaration that the City of Cork was destroyed not by tho forces of the British Crown, but by Sinn Feiners, stands as the opinion UMo t9 kr. T)llrtl flminHHmnni Will PJHHK: HOMC M MMN LoiljIIITiltTrmftrl Incorporate Brery Drlrer an Ihoort VOLUME XLV1.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY t PRICE FIVE CENTS. and Electricity three, the near Mayor one, and ono car without special designation, this possibly being for the Republican. League to contributions. campaign to Appoint) Tobe Hert ana collect e Refuses passenger automobiles Seventy-fivVOICE OF HU 5TER chauffeurs, must have eeventy-fiv- o Causes Gloom Among Local who must draw at least $75,000 a .Machine. G. O.-,tjy year, and with gasoline used nightly i and dally what an imful load ror tho poor suffering taxpayers to for"IrinugurntIon Tlans carry. No wonder 'the Louisville Spoll9rPlnns Herald, tho machine organ, never , ami Parade With.Keystono K .. attempts to fool the public In Its ,' .... savings table as to how much tho .Police Band. "reform," administration saves the taxpayers in passenger automobiles. MUST BE Speaking of tables and averages, fe League never felt the .W Over Ono Hundred Passenger Auto- the Crooks' times this week. Two touch of hard Foisted on . Loiils- mobiles . safes were blown, ten automobiles r p. stolen, four holdups, and a long list vlllo Taxpajcrs. , of residences were broken into, the Highlands being tho chief sufferer. MovJng vans must have been needed HONESTY IS NOT REWARDED. to carry away the large amount of loot. Tho prize must be awarded to the burglars who blew the safe of Byclc 'Bros, on Fourth avenue, and Judging from the boldness dis"Oh somewhere the bands are pla played it's a wonder the safe iti?t somewhere ''the' children wasn't carried into the display win And dow and blown open for the amuseshout,' more Republican joy ment and edification of the big SunBut there's no day crowds that were passing all Since Boss Tobe Hert lost out. day long. The poor old Keystoners And that Is the literal truth in haven't even been able to discover any of of describing the sorrow andr disap- a clue in this 'week tho long list fact 'despite the of the local Republican robberies was a foot of snow on pointment that thcro machine followers since President- tho ground, ono of tho Keystone deelect Harding put the quietus on tectives boasting some time ago Republican Boss Tobe Herl's Cab- that their long suit was trailing 'em , inet aspirations. After Gov. Lowden in tho snow. A visitor to tho city interested in declined the post of Secretary of the Navy the Hert boosters renewed architecture was in tho City Hall their clamor to land their man .as and Court House the other day look3n v navy head, and once more tho ed- ing over the buildings and while ..'-.. J$ itorial boosters and private delega- strolling through tho City Hall was tin's Irish policy. 'Premier. Lloyd George voIces.B P tions began to besiege Harding. This surprise.1 to "hear discordant noises said Hert and his coming from the Council chamber. much must bo i friends have been campaigning since On getting closer he could hear election night for any old post in harsh Tries every now and then of for the Cabinet and this last, drive the someone shouting: "Ladles in the the position of" Secretary of post middle, gents hands 'round," "BalNavy was because tho naval ance all," Swing your pardners right was all that was left. There's a and left." Peering in the door he trail of gloom and sadness from discovered the Keystone police band jily educated tho cultured- and Howdy Ed's office at Frankfort all at one of its rehearsals, which have thollc, tfeachi. man. and you been going on the past three years, The duty l the wnv to Louisville, ors in this respect 'all, the,,jnore can't get a smile from Ches Searcy, and the dance prompter was one so noble and lmporta .Decauso Matt Chilton, Paul Burllngamo or of the country boys who was used many false propln have arisen, any of tho leaders, who are having a to keep the Keystone boys In harwho strive to breaks own tho moral hard time bearing up under their mony by yelling all the accompanitack, this doc- law and viciously a rosy fu- ments necessary for a successful disappointment. What to God, ,to Was Officially Directed by British looked quadrille or barn dance. Harry Respect For Authority is Still tho trlno of responsibi ture the Hert boosters had his will and cc andnientsv to t 'Troops ns Evidence Real Basis of Catholic $ forawrd to. Paul, Ches, Matt, Mor- Cook, the leader of the Keystone Christ and his chu row, near Mayor Smith and others band, has been promoted to LieuEducation. Shows. A second prlnci c which Cttth- irel written- on ,olIc pedagogues had been pictrulng the time when tenant, and It is rumored 'that next Washington week he will be made Night Chief programme Ii !jiht..ofTeepect they could, run up to ". - i 'their 1. t awMistar-vLiAi for lawful ' authorl Vrtt "W"&9BrA&mtL4!: L especially m English Editor Challenges HrltKlf WTcb p?6p'er"that-- studen ns close friends of Hon. looms jictt, instructor, and many believe he has Tmo Principles Jlcid 5acr Xnvy or some colleges and universities, should ue the Secretary of tho earned the reward. Ever since Col. Hno Invarlnbly Found Got eminent to Publish Of-- 1 entrusted with some share In other Cabinet position. special Petty became Chief we have heard and should have a Favor. ficlnl Report. If Hert landed the job a nothabout the promised band, but voice in deciding matters which bear train was to be chartered by the ing has developed except three years or social on their scholastic, athletic Republican League, decorated by of rehearsals. The Chief will have Interests yet the principle of aubig streamers of tlfe Chesley Club to hurry thai band on as about thority must be maintained. Stuinand on to Washington for theKey- nine months from now, following While Methods Hne Been Revolu- dents, after all, no matter what He Accuses Government of Faking Headed by tho auguration. tionized Catholics Have Stood the November election, many of the their powers for influencing their News to Fool tho Outside stone police band and Able Netter, present band will bo nppljing for equals, or their aptitudes for leadFor Essentials. city and county emWorld. the Republican ership In the class room or on the thoir old jobs ns street car motor-ino- ii ployes would march down Pennsylcampus, are subject to those who and conductors. flying. have the duty and privilege of be- vania avenue with colors Our old school copy books and The next section was to be composed teachers taught us that "honesty is THE DUTV OF OUR TEACHERS. JHrt, telk about tho right of self- - STRICKLAND REPORT IS HELD. of sort drink men, who just happen the best policy," but that old government can change this" fact. to bo friendly to the a. fine proverb cost an honest man It is worth while today to insist machine while the third on ten dollars in the Police Court s'.rongly on the principle of respect the section was to be composed of ma- the other day. The man in quesTestimony from widely different fcr authority. For In this matter, followers of the A. C. Gardiner, celebrated Engcard political leaders tion was arrested in a raid of gave sources has of late years been given t00 many fnise prophets have taken lish editor, in the following editorial chine, the colored players and on the stand he to the excellence of our Catholic tn0r stand in the market place and In the London Dally News chalbeing at Ithe head of this section. testimony that might have acquitted system of education. There aro Bhouted "authority" the rigth of The Keystone police band would be him until Prosecutor Lucas, Repub- especially two principles, which are cvery one to be a law unto him- - lenges tho British Government to playing "AJ1 Hall to the Creosote lican Campaign Chairman, asked held sacred In all our schools, ana sejfi Unfortunately we have al- - publish the report ot toMajor Gen. regard tho Cork King," and Ches, Paul, Matt, Chair- him If ho police which have invariably found favor ready seen sad results in some cok- Strickland in says didn't call the Mayor and his country is in man Bob, the near wlth those who know the .deeper iopes where young minds took this disaster, and reThe to world know "Howdy Ed" pictured themselves as names. "Well, truthful witness T called police causes of the present social 'unrest, "prerogative" too literally and pro-- honor boundHe let thoas plied: follows: the truth. writes riding in a carriage labeled "Tobe Keystoners, and they arethe Keyston- They aro the "Idea of responsible cee(ed to act upon it. go on The damage done in the Cork fire c. B. of C. V. Hert's Friends." But whyHarding ers, ain't they?" This must have ity" and "respect for authority." is estimated at $20,000,000. It is indeed a world completely up with the sad, sad story? Diog- For the protege not denied that incendiary bombs. set and torn away from its moor- hung out the "nothing doing" sign settled asIt for was fined ten of INTO ETERNAL KEST. dollars, he to were used In the work of destruc for Kentucky's Republican boss and, enes, he says that he Isn't con- ings will not be brought back by but and sanity by Indeed, Sir Hamar Green ol(1 friends learned with tion. M the mourning at Sixth and Jefferson vinced yet coppers are not contempt for the laws of God and that our is indescribable. You can bet this of John wood, Chief Secretary for Ireland, proIw ?f the pre- - en,u,ne Harding will never receive Keystoners. And if every man, of the State. Social reform safely. years, on advanced the fact of their use as Sullivan, aged ninety-thre- e refers to any bouquets or oil paintings from woman, boy or girl who "Keyston- supposes Individual reform, and the Tuesday night at his home, 1250 ovidence that it was tho Sinn Fein latter will never be possible unless the Louisville police as the local machine. street, surrounded ers who were the culprits. That disappointment ers" was fined ten dollars the city all the members of the community- South Preston and fully prepared was the case puj. forward by Sir And all of tho y Ms children squarely meet their duties and subnneut Heri's failure to be appoint- coffers wouldn't need a tax rate of mlt to legitimate authority. when his spirit took its flight. De- - Hamar Greenwood in the House of It ed was not confined to the Repub- $2 to keep the "reform" administraUnfortunately these two safe- - spite his advanced ago ho had been Oomomns on December 13 last. ccse tion y&lng. lican machine politicians, tho guards of social peace and progress active and in good health until the is true that he Introduced his an urnal and Times taking the are not properly emphasized by all day before hie death. Deceased was by describing In ambush at Dillon's fpOSITIOXS UNCHANGED. the evening of the from Cross earlier blow mighty hard. Just why any teachers and leaders of public opln- - a native of Cork, Ireland, fire. Whether that was done In one posing as a Democrat snouia Ion. Dr. W. R. Harper, the first where he came to Louisville Catholic Basketball League fans or In or of tho University of Chi- - five yoras ago. Here he lived an simple feel It so keenly Is hard to under witnessed exciting and fast contests stand, unless the Bingham pre Tuesday night, In which tho three cago, said In 1904, In "The Trend upright and useful life, and before der to provide justification for tho Higher Education:" "It is dim- - hjg retirement about seven years police in the event of subsequent mvner thoucht that his close fri and of St. His case Cabinet officer mjKht leaders, Mackln,victors,Xavler losers cult to foretell the outcome of an- - ag0 naa been with the L. and N. exposure is immaterial. Tobe as a Bertrand, wore tho years bring him In the select circld at being K. of C, Trinity and Vernons. bther fifty system of our educational unread f0r thirty years. His was a was that tho Sinn Felners, and not which trains tho iovabie naturo that inspired the Crown forces, set Cork on fire wnaiitnetnn. Dreams of the Cour The largo audience at each game system a but for tho most part leaves donce and respect, as. was e It was not then, nor at any time publisher as favorite was given a holiday treat, as the moral side untouched, no re- - denced frora the time ho was since, the opinion of anybody else. guest of Secretary of Navy Hert losers fought desperately to tho no ethics, merely a sharpen- h, mortaI remaln9 were The English press was unanimous and this may last. have been shattered The growth fne of the intellect." , x u in attributing fl the crime to the account for the awjpl abuse and . . quintette of new revolutionary forces In the , b St. mourn him four police. Hard- gave Xavler's High School P'""3roasts coming President-elec- t "enIe St. Joseph College boys a big last seventeen years has made this The English Labor Commission, ing's way In the Daugherty case. setback, the score being 46 to 10. prediction more impressive. But onf- TJon. ,Georse and which was in Ireland at the time, average citizen Harding did In a game between the Bertrand our Catholic schools stand like l0 To tho ' and visited the ruins of tho city, """"". " "' tho proper thing in appointing Seconds and the Dellslo Seconds, Gibraltar In opposition to the revo- stated as the result of their Investiman who lcen his lifelong friend won by otCInc nnafT. Mw. John Moss and gations that the Black and Tans and campaign manager, who had feature was tho shooting of Leamy nations. For despito tho shifting of values Miss Elizabeth Sullivan, of this ctly; and auxiliary police appeared in stood by him through thick and and Cullen and tho good twenty-i- x grandchildren and four Cork an hour before curfew, that In certain studies, and the emphaa friend Is no play of Smith, Garvey and th In. Loyalty to The remains! they cleared tho streets at tho point sis now placed upon "preparation great grandchildren. as for crime, oven in politics, and that when tho of our were taken to Frankfort yesterday of the rovolver, for life," the directors ability to fill the post the Attorney of learning morning, the funeral taking place streets were deserted the devastaoffice seems to be over- REPRISALS WILL NOT SUCCEED. Catholic Institutions General's have always inculcated tho principle from the Church of the Good Shep- tion began, that it was carried out rated. rAsnnnathllltv rftsmnnslhlltlv in herd. by the officers of the British Crown has Upon completing her visit to rf The local automobile show God, to moral duty, to tho still, on a preconceived plan, that it was probably brought to light wihy our some of the most desolated sections small voice of conscience, to one s accompanied by explosions and atCARDINALS ANNOUNCED. city treasury is' depleted and the of Ireland. Mrs. Philip Snowden, family, to society and the State. tended by widespread looting. This public, made to pay higher taxes. wife of the English labor Jeader, THIS is a principle wnicn uamonci mhei ofirvators Romano, the or Is the view of the occurrence susowners adds her testimony on tho failure of educators have ever considered ot In mentioning automobile Vatican, on "Tuesday tained by every independent bit of Ban of here a. review stated that the city martial law to break the spirit of great Importance. They hold that pub8ned the offlcIal announcoment evidence that has been produced the the Irish people., She said in an htd-inJand county lind more than 100 tht th c",nK "wrot consistory since the fire took place.Sir Against ? scventy.flvo of which nre interview to tho press: It we have tho word of Hamar "My view of tho policy of reThe Police Depassenger machines. the cars, many prisals is that is will not succeed. the present and when strange consistory March 10. when created: Greenwood, supported Iby the cheers thirty-si- x partment has of the House of Commons. preach a "new morality." 'wta Cardinals will be of which aro used by the Keystone The people are terlrfled, hut they What has been Sir Hamar's methJ. Dougherty, Hence while educational methods Monslgnor P"iw I could not cons la making their posts. Imagine are not terrorized, Archbishop of Philadelphia; Monsig-la- od ot proving not only that he told police can be In de- - discover in talking to them that tho have been revolutionized during the nor Francisco how successful YMl Barraquer, tho truth, but that he wants the half century, Catholic educators tpnMnir or nreventlng crime in' use of bombs has changed their have stood fast 'to essentials. They Archbishop of Tarragona; Monsig-hav- e public .to know the truth? Followslightest degree, tho streets at. opinions in the shooting through ing his practice, he refused an Inever remembered their solemn nor Juan Benlloch y Vivo, or forty miles an hour. The cept to tho disadvantage of the of laying up moralr power In bishop of Burgos. Spain; Monslgnor dependent civil inquiry. Cork was I have, however, met those entrusted Fire Department ownis twelve pas-- , to their charge Karl,. Josef Sehnlte, Archbishop of under martial law, and "tho best Unionists who have become Repub-seng- against the day of weakness and Cologne; sengor cars, not fire trucks but Moeslgnor c ,Von and most Impartial Inquiry would Depart-- . ltcans ' because of the manner In temptation. This they have done Faulhaber,' Archblahop MJafcael cars. The Health f Munich, be that made by the General Officer Is by explaining the principle of respon- - and MooJsihk-' which the British Government mont and the Board of Park ComPMoae Ragoneel, Commanding on the spot." Ho had: each. The behavlngjln'the country." Ave siDiiuy wnicn mlssioners.'have snouiu distinguish Papal NtRM, he said, more confidence in Gen. P HARDING LOUISVILLE Participate in Nation Wide Campaign for Roller in Ireland. Ip Lending Citizens Planning for Drive to Raise $50,000 During March. Meeting &w 1 ' i Held nt the Seelliach nml Pledges are Given the Work. MANV ANSWER FIRST CALL. f -- 1 iSA-i"- - , - LACKING c-- CORK FIRE - -- i.-J- I I crap-shootln- g - ,,. Courier-Jo- sixty-Preside- nt muddle-headedne- ss confl-mln- d. fllrlekan X'"J Responding to the call of Chair- ,ven SlMvan, many ot that declaration tho lie, is LsvlJ,le's leatH"C citizens met at the It 'is no now experience. Sir Hamar Greenwood in tho House ' eelbach Hotel Monday night and of Commons denied that there was,TyscVss?d.plans.foralsInS ?50.000, aa tittle' of evidence that tho forcw snn'uo fr, relief ot tho of the de- British Crown had f Vmen ,and Sfp inXn'ffi0 JJT? stroyed creameries, when his own ffi ' office at Dublin Castle had for alcnn?lof for night been in possession of the the Huns ever inflicted upon reports describing how the glum. The drive is to bo started Dlack and Tans had set two cream- - early In March and will continue erles on fire. throughout the month. This is tho Meanwhile we have the detailed, first appeal that Ireland has ever to the people of America, and documented and Irrefutable dence of the Irish Labor Inquiry Judged by the sentiments' expressed Into the Cork crime. It confirms In at the meeting there is no doubt every respect tho now familiar truth tnat Kentucky will make generous established by every competent and response. 0wen Sullivan presided and Impartial witness who has investi-- i Present were' Rev. gated the facts. Cork was burned anlnB tThose by the officers of the British Crown. Fathers James P. Cronin. V. G it was burned systematically. Tho 3hn, T?Conno Patrick AValsh, P. ,Mariln firemen who tried to put out the T??nnor am att Kn flames were shot at by the police, o?DohPrtv and had their hose cut The confla- - FiSnfeede?1-ThomCge2K gratlon was accompanied by an orgy WHHam M. Higglns. E. M. Caffrey of looting, drunkenness and fighting John C. Connolly, M. J. Sullivan between the various forces engaged. Peter J. Dowllng. Robert E o deviltries were carried on after slon and Hon. O'Ncli Ryan, of St. curfew, when any citizen seen In the Louis. streets was liable to bo shot, yet not The reports received from tho a single arrest of anyone declared Bishops and people ot Ireland, both to be Implicated In the crime Is re- - Catholic and during ported. A completer, more damna- - llle Past month, were dwelt uopn by ble chain of evidence was never Father Rock, Judge O'Doherty and forged In any court of law. itao Chairman. They reveal a de-greater The first comment that suggests prable condition, much Itself in regard to this story is the l lan th? outsie world know '" ,abo"t' over 200.000 people it sheds on the history of Ire- a land during the past eight months ,rhalnetft action of tho nr torrnrtHin j,ii. I)01"ie(' Tim T.'nc.iiai, British officials in their attempt to false statements. Everything cal- - flpur Ireland's friends to renewed cuiated to infuriate feeling against and greater activity and generosity, the Irish has been industriously After ways and means to raise tho published, everything that told tho fund had been freely discussed truth on the other side has been Judge Matt O'Doherty was denied. Tho statements of ed Chairman of the Finance Ministers on the subject mittee; Col. P. H. Callahan, Chair-hav- e long ceased to be seriously re- - n,an of Publicity Committee, and garded. They told us that Lord IJev- J- P Cronin, V G., Chairman Committee, Mayor McCurtaln was murdered by r tIle Pastor's tho the Sinn Feiners. Is there a soul ther members or which nre Rev. In Ireland who believes that today? iioh,?r T O'Connor and Rev. Patrick and Judge C,1I1Is It not a fact that his murderers iIWla,sleCt reSpeC" are known and that they have not t,ve ? These th nenittv nf fiw.1,. ri,., ' mlttees of attrlbutlns t0. H ie merous have "een considering suggestions for raising Sinn Feiners the crimes of tho funds and the creation of commU-Blac- k and Tans has become a tees, and also to bring the women formula. When the murder of a into the movement, priest was being discussed in the In the letter addressed to the House of Commons and Sir Hamar clergy the Pastor's Committee says: halted for a defense, a too loud "From accruate reports sent to us whisper, heard In the press gallery, from Investigating committees, and said, "Say It was the Sinn Feiners." appeals from several Bishops ot Mr. Devlin charged Winston Irealnd we learn that most with the whisper. The tresslng conditions prevail through-abl- e Parliamentary correspondent of out tno land and thousands aro in Tho Policy of the New Statesman stated that tho dlro needcame not from Churchill on as been determined upon by but from Lloyd George, the Prime U' English Government and every e"ort niade to carry it out. Twenty Minister Catholic workers Tim nravelling of the Cork 'thousand ' been dIsmlssed from factorle3 an'd shipbuilding Plants In Belfast, and ",sed:- have, these poor people have nowhere to rnr the first time the reyela-'tur- n n means of su&tenance. ot the methods of the British where for throughout Wie country ot the measure of their' torles and cieameries (the people's respect for truth, of the lengths chief means of support) have boon hoy are prepared to go in manlp-- j destroyed, and thus thousands of ulatlng public opinion. It is the women and children have become most humiliating exposure that the objects of charity, and must porish public life of Great Britain has ever It aid is not quickly forthcoming suffered. It gibbets England before trom those so fortunately situated the world as a nation that destroys as to bo aole t0 render assistance." Is now The Finance Committee a great city by fire, attributes its own action to tho enemy and sup- working out plans to reach all tihose presses the verdict of its own offl- who may wish to donate any sum. cIal Inquiry. To what moral death Contributions should bo forwarded sup-lf1"" Lou-presse- d. I "3, Sr?n "i"; ili J - XXd'tK Be?-poli- ce evi-;ma- de 'J;. Hes-Th- c, any-lig- ht "J J' -- appoint-offlclal- ly Corn-Briti- sh - - - - I lIr com-Th- . I - starva-whlsp- er J. JT, Zt I Zltw'i,'08 fe Else-tio- " evl-th- al strlck-llglo- n. - - '"" i""1"!" ,Y, all-rou- Fran-coni- a. auto-mobile- s, JSJm st v ex-thlr- ty Arch-duti- es er - t. ". t ' not later of wrath and vengeance) Possible nlspatches than March 20. Cable fr6m the unit sent by tho Amerlcan Committee for (930,1 PJinj, no ponnriuoo) Relief in Ireland report "progress. Tho unit Is; established In Dublin SURPRISE THEIR FRIENDS. and has begun Its Investigations r through the country. Upon arAnnouncement this week of tho rival In Dublin, tho Amerlacns wero marriaea of Marlon K. Tvinin im1 received bv the Lord Mavor The Miss Catherine. Zoigler, which tookl following cablegram was received place early In November at St. "" National Headquarters "From conference held hero to Martin's church, came as an agreeable surprise to their many friends day with your1 seven representatives and relative?. Their secret was I am deeply impressed by represenwell kept and was known only to tative American character of your individFather Francis Felton and the at- national council and by therepresenMr. Tynan is a son ot ual qualifications of your tendants. Mr. and Mrs. MIcahel Tynan, and tatives here. Their study ot relict Is a popular traveling salesman for needs hero and reports to you will be Invaluable to industrial reconthe Louisville Paper Company. His work and alleviation of bride is the daughter of Mrs. Eliza- struction suffering here. All classes economic beth Zelgler, a favorite la her so- of "citizens horo unite in thanking cial set and a young woman ot America for your 'magnificent aim. most pleasing manner and char- Warm gratitude for ten thousand acter. pounds subscribed' by Catholic churches of New York diocese and CARDINAL AT SERVICES. received by James Douglas today. "LAURENCE O'NEILL, For the first, time since Cardinal Lord Mayor of Dublin." Gibbons was stricken he donned his Tho unit has been Instructed by cassock Friday night and attended Judgo Richard Campbell, Secretary an entire sorvice at the Cathedral. of .the National Committee, to report He was greatly pleased to get hack at length on negotiations and to into his priestly robes and to take commit the Crown authorities to a"a part In a service once again. .His official statement of any limitations household was delighted at the way they propose to make. Tho scone ot he stood, the service, with hardly ) thee unit's work is wholly humanl- any sign of undue fatigue. lanan. no wind I Thte"2 1 r y KaMcrsjOBrsr KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN; PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. COMING xsm&mm jjsmiax2jxL. Stewart Landscape Service Co. INCORPORATED EVENTS. mo J. DANCES AFTER EASTER. no SlUaeniS OI nuiy iwsuiy church, Academy are arranging tor a scriptlon dance after Easter and a of St. Ann's and evening. .March 29 Easter entertainment (Vr.ud to th Social and Moral Advancement oi Irish American and Catholics by St. Prances of Rome church In Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's Trinity Council Hall, afternoon and Institute and Catholic Knights of America. evening. March 30 Social entertainment Publishers KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PR1NT1NQ CO., Incorporate. nnd Dutch lunch, afternoon and SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINQLEC0PY5c evening at Wlndthorst Hall. Lunch and social by i, April 4 a Matter. Entered at the Loulivllle Poetofllce aa ladles of St. "William's church, afterWist llbrt Strut noon and evening. Utnn All CoKimmlcatlon: to ths KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, . Secand-Claa319-32- 1 iw.i, os and women cloi w ,..,., Senlor dance ,a The1 Rev. June- - ' GOES TO OHIO. Edward J. O'Hearn, O. P., who has" been preaching at St. Cecelia's church on Wednesday evenings during Lent, has gone to Ohio, where he will be for some time. HAPPY EVENT. Mr. and Mrs. John Ryan, of were tendered, a happy surprise In honor of the twenty-secon- d WE DO Pruning Spraying Hedges Planted Evergreens Flower Beds Lawn Maintenance All Kinds of Lawn Work New Plantings Grass Seed Sown u 54-5(- SEE US WE KNOW HOW Wall Paper The House of Wall Paper Bargains L CCthADES (Finn) COUNCUJ)l ! 4( laattaaaataiaa.aiiaa. u p R. KORB 802-80- 8 8c E. Market, Above Shelby. SON is s - .. . . Incorporated anniversary of .their marrt riage. Mr. and Mrs. John Kipper, 'Cnll Pleasure Itidgo 27-- B Dolan, Mrs. ..SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1921 was a J. S. McKenna, of Fairfield, Mr. and Mrs. John E.Margaret Mrs. LOUISVILLE, KY Wrlte-- P. O. Box 1003 BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING visitor here the past week. Kate Murphy; Misses LOUISVILLE, KY. Mollle Lee and Anna May J. II. Ohligschlngcr, President Mrs. George Devlno'has been visA. J. Ohligschlngcr, Secretary Americans is not to patronize any iting at Bardstown, the guest of Buckman were guests. POTENT MENACE. HOME PHONE, CITY 3529 house that advertises goods made in Mrs. Roy Beam. GIVES LIBERTY BONDS. Immigrant who can Enplane!. Strike at his pocket and An educated Miss Helen Malone, who visited WILLIAM M. HATFIELD talk anarchy in Ave languages sure- you will soon reduce the bully of Mrs. John Gartland in Indianapolis, FOR ALL Ten $1,000 liberty bonds have ly is a more potent menace to this the nations to a condition which has returned home. received by Rev. Bernard A. GENERAL CONTRACTOR DISEASES Mrs. Jasper Hagan was tho week been country than Is the poor peasant will be favorable to your deman end guest McKenna as a Let Me Figure On Your New Home Alterations' Made All Style of f Ooyle, at New her sister. Mrs. C. J. the building of contribution toward National Shrine the whoso mind Is sane, though unlet- for Irish liberty. I Haven. Gnrnges Prompt Attention To Phono Calls In of the Immaculate Conception ruggedness tered, and whose The contribution is Washington. CONCRETE WORK A SPECIALTY the guest of her mother, Mrs. Mary the largest of its kind made by any LIBERTY WOULD VANISH. matches that o our early settlers. Parkway 537 Bowling, at New Haven. In accord individual this year. Miss Evelyn Talbott has returned ance with tne usual custom mo bill advocates The CANDIDATES. PLEDGE are trying to get it rushed through from a visit to her sister, Mrs. r.amo of the benefactor was not P. B. H A W K I N S Louis Guthrie, at Early Times. made public. The- last Kentucky Legislature tho present Congress In the con THE OF Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schutz last PRACTICAL voted on the prohibition' constitu- fusion of the closing hours, That week joined a party of friends for. LIQUOR LACKS LEGAL STATUS. JjLOOD HOUSE WIRING AND ELECTRICAL REPAIRING tional amendment without obtain- Is tho only hope they have for the a visit at West Baden Springs. Estimates Furnished Fixtures Furnished Thieves may steal your liquor ing a referendum of the voters. measure now. It Is not likely that Messrs. John T. MaJone and John prosecution. That 1062 EAST CALDWELL STREET Listen, you who are sufferHIGHLAND 704 year should bo they will succeed. Opposition by V. Barr are in New Mexico, where without fear of'John D Humphries, Candidates this is what Judge ing from inflamed bladder, pledged not to vote on any amend- such men as the Presidents of the, they will spend several weeks. Ctfurt, ruled Repair Work A Specialty Roof PaintingKelly and little of the Fulton Superior Mrs. sore kidneys, lame back, ment to the national constitution universities of Yale, Harvard, Illi- daughterWilliam rotaurned from a at the trial of an Atlanta city have the aches and pains t T-charged with stealing liquor on which the people have had no nois, and other seats of learning, visit with relatives at Fairfield. bootlegger. from a New Discovery, will bring voice, thus avoiding a repetition ot has opened the eyes of CongressMrs. J. Foley, of Third street, The Judgo ruled that liquor 'has no METAL quick relief. This prescrippresent prohibition farce, which men to the dangers ot the bill. It who was operated on at St. Joseph's legal status. tho ROOFING, GUTTERING AND SPOUTING tion is sold upon honor SHOP: N. E. COR. TWENTIETH AND WALNUT Infirmary, Is getting along nicely. would establish a bureaucracy at is the pet o.f tho wealthy and SHAWNEE 1948 backed by your dollar back Lieut. John L. Shea and Mrs. TWENTY HOUSES BURNED. Washington which would prove guests of W. Shea were week-en- d if dissatisfied. Don't delay. worse tyranny than that againt L. Clark and family, Southern Parkand More than twenty private Try a bottle today. TERRIBLE INDICTMENT. which we went to war in 19l' way. ubllc houses were burned Tuesday YOUR DRUGGIST ICELESS Mahoney has re 'nlcVit n( Unllvhnnlnn !hv thu TlrlHnli When education becomes bureaucra Miss Mattle OR CITY 7517 That was a terrible indictment of tized, then liberty vanishes. The turned from New Hope, where she) soldiery as a reprisal for the shootTwo carloads of samples on display. Order now for spring delivery, dur T-- K prices are lowest and guaranteed against decline. Easy terms ' British methods in (Ireland which visited bill provides tho honey. her sister, Miss Katie Ma ing of two constables at 1713 W. Market, Louisville, Ky. was brought to the attention of tho bureaucracy. County Kerry. OGLE COMPANY The rest .follows Mr. and Mrs. Christ Hartstern members of the British Parliament naturally. SEVENTH AND JEFFFERSON STREETS LOUISVILLE, KY. the engagement ot their DECORATION. by President De Valera lu his letter daughter, Miss Christine Hartstern, ASK FOR last week. No member of ParliaWith A FEDERAL ELECTRIC Make good use of the holy season to H. Huston Smith. His Holiness Pope Benedict XV. ment can now say that he. does not of Lent. ' This Is a richly endowed Miss Frances Malone will arrive has conferred1 the decoration of the WASHER OR VACUUM CLEANER know raht Is going on In Ireland. season of grace. This is a season the middle of March from Cincin- Knighthood of St. Gregory aro Great nati to visit her mother, Mrs. John on Joseph Scott, ot Los Angeles. And these things will go on just of spiritual renovation and T. Malone, on Willow avenue. YOU CAN HAVE A CONTINUOUS as long as Parliament continues to The news was received with great Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Dougherty pleasure by thousands of the distinVACATION FOR $5.00 uphold the Lloyd George Ministry. announce the engagement of their guished attorney's admirers in every Buy Direct From the Manufacturer nnd Save the Difference , The responsibility Is not alone on daughter, Estelle, to Otto J. Ross- PHONE US BRITAIN'S DEBT TO U. S. FOR DEMONSTRATION section ot California. feld. The wedding widil take place the "Black and Tans," but upon :I14 WEST WALNUT STREET tn April. every member of the British Parlla The largest war loan to the Allies HISTORICAL IRISH PLAY. ELECTRIC SHOP Mr. ment who supports the coalition by this country was to Great Brit- Oakdale,and Mrs. John McGuIre, of City 1496 PHONES Main 3582" had as guests lost week Bortrand Dramatic Club will The government. ain, which received $4,277,000,000 Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dannenberg, IRISH AMERICAN produce "HIbernIa, the Spirit of IrePURE . P1" upon which she has paid interest Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lewis and land," on St. Patrick's night under WHY KEPT SECRET? amounting to ?233;357,185, and daughter Sarah, and Mr. and Mrs. the auspices of Division 4, A. O. H., WHOLESOME still owes interest amounting to William Sallon and daughter Mary In Bertrand Hall, and the cast is At a hearing of the Senate Com- $314,582,824. Great Britain has Frances. now actively rehearsing. The piece SAFE. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Loew an- is composed of a tableau in three mittee last week on the cable con money to keep troops in Ireland, nounce the marriage of their daugh- acts and is a historical sketch of Artistic and Up to Date troversy a young man in the State Persia, Mesopotamia and Egypt, her ter, Miss Cecilia Loew, to Clyde A. Ireland's early history, with Donald Department, without .the knowledgo war of conquest in Mesopotamia Crown. marriage took place McMurragh's treachery as the prinTho two hundred millions a February 5 at St. Andrew's CatheWall Papers, Window Shades, Picture of his superiors, produced a docu- costingwhile The play also em year, she loans money to dral, Little iRock, Ark., the iRev. cipal theme. ment which disclosed more than Greece to subsidize 'her armies. phasises the fact that England's sole rights in Ireland Were obtained complaints by American United States Liberty Bonds were Father Tobln officiating. 3,000 Framing, Church and School Sundries Mrs. Kate' Dutllnger, of Nashmen of spying or eaves Issued to provide funds for the ville, Tenn., was the guest of her by unlawful conquest. business dropping by the British Govern British loan, and it she docs not sister, Mrs. J. P. Sweeney, and fam1211 South Shelby, Near Oak FOR IRISH RELIEF. ment upon cable messages sent by pay Interest on these bonds Amer- ily, Third street, tho past week. icans will have to. If Great Britain THE BLATZ QUALITY Mrs. William Edward O'Bryan anA benefit performance for the BEST WORK GUARANTEED our business men concerning trade will not pay the principal, Amer- nounces tho engagement ot ' be Relief PAINTS AND VARNISHES with foreign business icans will have to. All we received daughter, Miss Priscllla O'Bryan,her Irish Crown Fund will on given at relations Homo City 005 Cuinli. S. OGl to Tuesday Theater Why this Is kept secret out of the war was debts and ex- Raymond Oscar Graves, of Colum- the houses. evening, March 8, under the aus PRESERVE AND BEAUTIFY hoggish England, bus, Ohio. The wedding will take pices of Division 4, A. O, H. Two fromi the American people Is a mys- perience, and Moderate, Prices shows will be given, and special Best Service tery and the peojde should demand who has grabbed everything in tjlace 'In June. sight, must at least be made to pa; KMr. and Mrs. P. B., Howard enter vaudeville numbers will be intro 5 SOUTH SHELBY ST. that their Resperestatives and Sen- her lawful debts to this country, "West Kentucky" "Eastern Kentucky" Coal tained Wednesday evening In honor duced. LOUISVILLE, KY. ators insist upon a complete exof the twelfth birthday of their Means Means posure and explanation from the daughter, Miss Alice Cecilia. CovGREAT WAR MEDAL. AUGUST A. BIZOT. Any Old Coal! Good, Bad and Indifferent! ers were laid for the following: In addition, British Government. "WILTON-JELLICO- " "TAYLOR MINE" August A. BIzot, eighty years old? Misses Alice Howard, Mary Cath-erl- n Official notice from the French the Government officials who are Whalen, GeorgJe Rautenbush, Government regarding medals of Means one of the best known citizens of Means shielding and toadying to John Bull our Because quality Best West Kentucky Now Albany and Southern Indiana, Evelyn Englert, Catherine Beckert, merit for more than ten thousand The Best Eastern Kentucky LUMBER Is reasonably should be exposed. men and women workers Wlllman, Marguerite Howdied late Thursday night at Sts. Jessie Masters Marlon Faust, John American Coal priced wo have been Coal In military auxiliaries has been re Mary and Elizabeth Hospital. For ard; awarded tho contract to Lump $7.50, Nut $7.00 Lewis Whalen, Charles McDonald, ceived by Supreme Secretary' WilLump $9.00, Nut $8.50 THE OLD CRY. over half a century he had taken Edward Whalen, Earl Whalen and liam J. McGinley, of the Knights furnish all LUMBER for Harlan Lump $8.75 Eastern Kentucky $8.75 prominent part In every movement S. S. Krcsgo Co.'s new of Columbus, In every instance where the du- for city and State betterment, his Mr. Alphonso Hutchins. building on Fourth Aveplicity of the English Government naturally quick intellect and careful VETERAN SURPRISES PARENTS. nue. BIRTHDAY SURPRISE. is being exposed, as it is just now, and intense study of both business INCORPORATED papers in this coun- and public questions making him Thomas Francis Scanlan, overseas Mrs. Adam Link, Highland Park, WILL B. MILLER CO. the one of the ablest and most useful 315 Guthrie Street. Both Phonei 315 try pursue .the old stop thief method merchants of .the city. His charity veteran, who fought in five impor was given a surprise party on Wed TWELFTH AND OLDHAM tant battles of the World War, gay nesday evening of last week In of trying to distract attention by ex- was liberal and broad in the best ills mother amost welcome surpri honor of her birthday anniversary City 2750 South 3750 posing some supposed plot of Irish meaning of the term. Of him it Is Friday afternoon, wnen ho In co Probst, by Mesdames William literally true, that he knew no dis- pany with his father, Patrick to embarrass Joseph Spalding, L. Phelps, Terry of tinction of creed, color or national Scanlan, walked into a meeting or Carter, M. Schwartz, Joe Link, Jr., others took up positions in the tho United States. Why all tho ity. Want, affliction and misery ap War garden. In brisk fighting one solat Dave cry about traitorous citizens of pealed to his big heart, no matter Mrs. Mothers was the Tyler Hotel. T. O. Downs, Hinkle, Schwartz, T. dier was slightly wounded and the Scanlan G. Mattlngly, Por Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. attending the Mattingly, ' L. Irish or German descent and noth- who was the subject. And It was meeting, and when her son, who Is Erie McGulre, E. Lewis, Dave Mar- civilians were dispersed and More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a totah he ing about the colossal British prop- characteristic of the man, that an now located In Philadelphia,, arrived tin; Misses Ossa Paine, Thomas deposit of more than $13,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by tbr never turned a deaf ear even to aganda now being circulated in this enemy in need or In trouble. Sur- heme, ho found his father, and they Phelps, OHIe Probst. Violet SpaldARREST COMMONS ME.AEBER. at luiD Baioi cuBBorvauvc "r"" w dedk visited , the Mothers ing, country and the attempt to even viving him are his widow, Mrs. together Tyler Hotel. War has been Link; Susie Phelps, Zelma and Lois Ho at tho Messrs. McGulre and Lewis. Tho Dublin correspondent of the UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND doctor our school books of Amer- Josephine M. BIzot, and four sons, bpendlng a week .with his parents Dr. Afsoclated Press cables that Michael In this city the BIzot,A. R., A. J., Ray and Emil ot their home, 3224 West ican history. THE HOME RULE ACT. the first three being residents Patrick Collvert, Sinn Fein member Courier-Journand Times are ever of Louisville and the last making House of From London the Associated of the Saturday. Commons, was ar ready to slur any body ot citizens his home at Memphis, Tenn. The He was returned SOCIAL MEETING NOTICE. Press reports that the Privy Coun- rested for who aro not friendly to England, solemn funeral mass was at Holy cil has decided that the home rule to the Commons unopposed St. Helena's Club act for Ireland shall go Into effect Limerick City in December, 1918, but never cares to discover who Cross church on Monday morning. Hill conducting the assures Its members and friends a April 5. The first step under tho while interned in England. Rev. received the millions of dollars Lord solemnFather obsequies. delightful evening at the social act is to be the issuance of writs circulated hero for BritNorthcllffe DEATH ON TRAIN. meeting to be held Monday night in for elections to the new ParliaClay and Fulton Streets. HELLISH ARE BRITISH. ish propaganda, or who is behind Presentation Academy Auditorium, ments, which probably will take The London Associated Press cor- High Grndo Coal at tho very lowest prices. Give lis a trial. Fourth and Breckinridge. The Rev. place afterward. The the movement to poison school chilcampaign against Father Paul' Vollrath, O. M. C, of Belfastthree weeks Great Parliament will assemble respondent cables that on the arCity 4480; Main 10G8 dren's minds in regard to America's the Irish Britain's Republican movement was rival of the Fishguard train at College, glorious history In her wars with denounced Saturday by the Right St. .Francis an address Floyd Knobs, In June. Station on Sunday George will deliver on the England'. TUson, Black Rock, County Cork, miSH AMERICAN Rev. Patrick Joseph Olune, Archbill now pending In ConHELP RELIEF FUND. H. A. DOLL was found in the lavatory compartbishop of Perth, Australia, upon his gress. Father Paul is an Interesting L. KOELLNER Europe, speaker and well posted on his sub return to that city from CONCRETE WORK Flye hundred persons Saturday ment with his throat cut. A paper GIVE. JOHN BULL BLOW. says a dispatch to the London ject. Friends of the club are In night raised $50,000 in Chicago for attached do his clothes was inPLUMBER CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER in relief work in Ireland , by paying scribed: "Shadowed from Ireland." it you wish to give John Bull a Times. While visiting part Ireland, vited. In unArchbishop Cluno took 028 SOUTH SECOND STREET BAXTER AVENUE $100 each for a dinner given by the The man was still conscious but Intruly staggering blow and what official negotiations looking to the recently organized American Com coherent. He was removed to a WILL RETURN FEES. Either Phono Both Phones 2344 loyer ot liberty does not? then restoration of peace between the mittee for Relief in Ireland. The hospital, where he died. strike at his pocket. The pocket is British Government and leaders of Louisville Lodge of Elks started menu consisted of the usual variety City 3141 SAVES MANY FROM DEATH. Main 3141 tender spot, and a well the Sinn Fein. regret and reluc u drive Wednesday for 2,500 new of foods generally included In a John's OSTRADER & HARRIS "I "say with members, preliminary to tho .con formal dinner. Senator "David I. CASH COAL CO. aimed blow, no matter how little tanco," the Archbishop is quoted A nurso watching over a sick structlon ot u $1,125,000 home. Re Walsh, of Massachusetts, in an adSECOND AND WATER priest PHARMACY No. 2 the force behind it, will make John saying, "that eovry Infamy pe sults are annnouced daily and each dress, told his audience that while man in the residence of the RoWEST KY., CLEAN LUMP ....$0.75 Germany during her occu of the thirty teams have been very no American held any Archbishop of St. Catholic squeal. This is something that trated by JBIGHTEENTH AND MADISON STS. RICH, LU.MPY MINE RUN ....$5.25 early Saturday has been renewed Americans must not Aoso sight of if patlon of Belgium In some cases ex successful in having applications against tho English people or de- Johns, N. F.,which destroyed disPer Ton Delivered Anywhere the and repeated and signed. Fred J. Dolle, General sired .to create dlssention between covered fire LOUISVILLE, KY. th9y wish to do a real service to. ceeded in Ireland. If U Haul It 95.75 and $4.25 I subscribe to Chairman of the campaign, has an- England and the United States, this structure. Promptness .in giving tho Wo Use Public Scales Altogether tho cause of Irish freedom. It Is every word used by Eamonn de nounced that money advanced on In- country could not maintain a .hands-on- 1 ularm probably saved the Jives of tho Arhcblshop, Vicar General, Valera In his recent charges against itiation fees will be returned to policy ln regard to Ireland. safo to eay that at least H. KOCH & SONS Homo Phono, Parkway 50 eight other clerygmen and the doof tho fire, accident and automobile English forces In Ireland. A. black anyone desiring it If tho now buildmestic staff. Candles being used Cumb. Phone, South 9235-- J list of persons who are to be assas- ing project falls. MURDERED. President-elec- t THIRTEEN CONTRACTORS insurance business of this coun sinated Is placed In the lands of to light the house since the elecHarding has been requested to InFRED WARNS, Excavating and Concrete "Work try is done by British, and British those In the pay of the crown, dorse tho Elks' plans. From'Cork the Associated Press tric lighting system of the city was commission, by last Wrecking Old Buildings A Specialty report's that .thirteen' civilians were put out or controlled companies netting in pre- which is responsible for the sltua PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST Home Phone, city 5437 killed and eight captured, of whom week's blizzard, wore said to have AWAITING MISS M'SWINEY. miums fully a quarter billion dol- tion. The appalling horrors of this TAYLOR AND BERRY BLVDS. 11 10 WEST HILL STREET policy three were wounded, in an engage caused tho blaze. ot this hellish object, have not achieved lars 'per annum. Much KENTUCKY TELEPHONE YOUR DRUG WANTS LOUISVILLE but have embittered their across the continent ment Sunday afternoon in the dls- -j . After a tour money comes out of HOUSE TLANT TONIO. moderate Irishmen." that has been scarcely less re- trict between Llsgoolu and Mldlo- in other words, Archbishop Clune is said to have markable than President Do Valera's ton, County Cork, according to a pockets; LIBERTY SHOE Nitrate of soda Is a good tonic WE DELIVER IMMEDIATELY aro furnishing England acknowledged that he had been now historical crusade for the Irish General Headquarters report. This PHONE US YOUR WANTS Bhown the greatest kindness from la beMeved to be the largest number for house Tlants that n,eed 1t. Dis1?Jth a goodly part of the means to EDW. B. JOHNSON, Prop. ot solve one teaspoonful of the nltrato ot casualties among the leaders on both sides and declared Republic's cause, Miss Mary ALBUS DRUG COMPANY sister ot tho martyr of Irish Ropubltoan army inmembers jay for the atrocities which they that many upholders of Great Britany single in a quart of water and use It to Incorporated denounce. , Again we find many of ain's policy had felt the Premier Brixton, and herself one ot Ire- encounter A detachment of the water tho nlaats every week. This FINE SHOE REPAIRING ,tie retail houses advertising Eng was anxious for a peaceful solution land's finest champions, will arrive Hampshire' Regiment surprised a tonic will) produce ranld growth in Tho Store of Quality, Value and Seron March 6. party of civilian in a Ihouee on the young, healthy plants.. Cold coffee in San Francisco Work Called For and Delivered problem. "Interested be of the Irish vice Whore tho Sick Ones now "-" lish; Infimlntx la pnnA for alV klnda ha added, "have found a Thousands aro awaiting with eager oiUskirte of Nkitftoa. The civilian nr sl .. Receive tho Best 2327 WEST MARKET STREET ,,' iwxMseftle tor a shopper to pick tn trnzLra.lt tt.. j. tnHAnri expectancy to acclaim this splendid forces split Ufl tome ot them re-such n0 Shawnee 2702-oDc'e a wen.lSHELBY AND MARKET' STREETS advice to Irish--1 schemes by working in high places." woman. loing in tje aewe, whM the ki1 choose,, our snrjFTv W t a City 4930 I A ft i M NATIONAL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION CO. GENERAL CONTRACTORS Du-ga- n, 1 Smith-Town- er TKC K, - ELECTRICIAN - SHEET THOMAS BOONE WORKER SODA FOUNTAINS BILT-RITE Smith-Town- er Bally-longfor- d, Laboratory JOHN EWING'S DAIRY INYOURHOME TO-DA- Y PRODUCTS FEDERAL ii FRANK J. GENSLE im ni" i.... 1 319-32- ANOTHER COAL REDUCTION LUMBER Byrne Speed Coal Corporation pro-Engli- sh German-America- ns LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK al NEW COAL YARD S. O. T. COAL CO. Pad-rtlngt- Smlth-Town- er I G21-G- 23 ng one-four- th J. JR. Irish-Americ- an Irish-America- ns SHOP Mac-Swino- y, bu, -"- On m . ' t ' weekaklngXets M .... L m AL .?. ni "V, a Ji J O t JKEKOrTJOfitrsr M$fa (f&gSSl SHOCK TEtXTEL AJMCEIOAie:. C. A. KOERNER GENERAL CONTRACTORS OFFICE AND YARD: FLOYD AND BURNETT STREETS LOUISVILLE, KY. CORK FIRE (Continued from First Pago.) ABSOKBfcKS ctvlii Minimi ) -UtH-ri- MACARONI EGG NOODLES SPAGHETTI Mti mBttf CL1 Vand mens 7 furnishings &.408W.MARKET ST. Jfr A1 Opens a Savings inAccount at the Largest and the State. ipJL.UJJ Oldest Bank National BanR of KentucRy FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. IIMMtlllll Hilt "YOU'LL FIND IT WORTH WHILE" TO EAT IN A It n Standard Dairy Lunch House Incorporated , Variety of Hot Dishes, Pastry, Homo Made Plea, Cakes, Meat 219 SOUTH FIFTH STREET In Middle of Square PRICES REASONABLE THE HOUSE OF QUALITY AND QUANTITY COFFEE EXCELLENT SOUTn FOURTH 004 STREET Near Broadway PROMPT SERVICE BAXTER SHEET METAL WORKS TIN, TILE AND SLATE ROOFING Furnace and Refrigerator Repairing 442 BAXTER AVE., Roof Painting a Specialty Highland 1687; Cumb. 1716 arise to cleanse us ot so foul a shame? il mill And the second comment Is the cruel absurdity of tho policy of KY. HASSLER SALES CO. frlghtfulness. Every ono is agreed Mill" City 2712 IMiouf that tho murder gang In Ireland la a small group ot desperate men over whom the general body of tho people have no more sympathy than tho London public, had In regard 'to Jack the Ripper. Lloyd George, in the House of Commons, has himself admitted this. The collective wreaked on Cork did not touch the criminals, Il punished a FRED. C'LOEMKER whole population, who, whatever their political sympathies, have had no association with crime. If Cork FOURTH AND O STSJ marked a closed chapter there would bo room for hope. But there is no evidence of that. There JOHN B. WATHEN is abundant evidenco to tho contrary. rUlunTURB MOVING AND PACKING Do not let England forget that the honor and good faith of the Twenty-Birt- h HC 630 South are bound in this Wa( 1014 countrytho Stricklandupreport. matShawnee 1986 ter of If wo LONG DISTANCE HAULING aro 'to clear ourselves before tho world of complicity in tho GovernEuneva Cigar ment's suppression of tho verdict of Pcrfecto llcnn their own court, wo must compel Sclirocr's Smokers the publication of that verdict. (UNION MADE) The truth about Cork Is known to Home Phono, City 6041 tho world. W English must make a clean breast of It, publicly and SCHROER BROS. officially. It is only by that act of Manufacturers of FINE CIGARS 641 EAST JEFFERSON STREET simple honesty that we can hopo to put ourselves Tight with the public opinion of civilized society. I ven-gean- co IW Twe forrmnloni turn Commtf it Fori Ceil. Ml nu PBNDENNIS A. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. "Wo Inc. TRY BORGMAN'S CHILE SOFT DRINKS, CIGARS, ETC. . 1000 WEST BROADWAY City 4540 Cumb. West 9366 Drs. Harrison and Strassburg' Wo Male n Specialty or All Brandies of Dentistry. Use All Modern Appliances in tho Elimination of Pain. 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Phono City 4C03 Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. JOHN B. RATTERMAN Phono City 4503 FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 WEST MARKET STREET Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland West 1 179. Designs A Estimates Furnished LEWIS DOUGLAS MORTON HUBER HAND STOKER 25 PER CENT. COAL SAVING. Combustion City 8381 '! LIBERTY BLOW Manufacturers and Erectors ot DUST COLLECTING SYSTEM We Make a Specialty ot Pipe FIFE WORKS Mechanical Air Engineers Work for Engineering 521-2- 3 and Furnace Repairing PLACE Main 1050 COURT HEATING 4 VENTILATING 644 EAST JEFFERSON ST. LOUISVILLE, KY. Coffee Prices Lower "Wo offer excellent Coffee, QK . Otlt three pounds for CHIMNEY POINTING at Undorhill Demllng's Pharmacy DRUGGISTS YOUR PATRONAGE & SOUTHERN Country Style Sausage Company EAST JEFFERSON ST. 121 Manufacture Sausage Like Mother Used To Mnko HOME KILLED MEATS Give Us A Trial And Be Convinced AMERICA'S NEW CARDINAL. This means only another decrease over tho old price for this Coffee. This is tho best Coffee for the price on tho market. Give us a trial. WILL BE APPRECIATED PARKWAY ECKERLE DRUG COMPANY EVERYTHING OUT RATE ALL THE TIME FLOYD AND MARKET Home Phone, City 583 THIRD Phone Parkway 113 TERMS FOR PEACE. LOUISVnjLE, KY. Both Phones Cumb. Phone, Main 183 W. M. LEET & COMPANY AGENT FOR OLIVER TYPEWRITERS ALL KINDS OF TYPEWRITERS CARBON PAPERS AND RIBBONS REPAIRED ALL MAKES OF TYPEWRITERS BOUGHT AND SOLD LOUISVILLE, KY. 147 SOUTH FIFTH STREET CORNS.BUNIONS tefmfcs atf UmtmI Dr. Halts lv your toys as ednoaUom t&at will prepare them for life StlHtMctDf TruM Uriah Z. Lltsty St. Xavier's Conducted College Chiray4Iat yV-- yiiWtrri-xrf- 7v?. . Xy. by the Xaverlan Brothers. 507 Classical, and Bualneei Scientific Course. Preparatory Department. Large Starka Swimming- - Fool, Well Equipped Gymnasium. Terms moderate. Balk Pho?ei Bro. Benjamin, Dlr. 11a IT. Broadway, Zoairrille, BUil Weekly Savings Club START ONE FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N. W. THIS MONTH WITH THE South Louisville Bank Fourth and Central AvCnne CALL US FOR Corner Fourth and Jefferson Watch Crystals Fitted 20c Oil and Grease FOR ALL PURPOSES Kentucky Consumers Oil Company Kentucky -Louisville Watch and Jewelry Repairing The Radius 408 SOUTH Jewelry FOURTH Shop AVE. "You Will Do Better at Spurrier's" FANCY GROCERIES AND DELI- OATESSEN FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES SPURRIER GROCERY CO. THIRTY-FOURTH Next to Rex Theater Open Evenings Until 0 P. M. Home Phone, City 7804 Cumb. Phone, Weat 412-- W Shawnee 1817 BROADWAY Phones West 862 & Frank Hartman & Sons HOUSE PAINTERS AND 1800 WEST MARKET STREET Residence Phone Shawneo 122-- J SECURITY A LOAJf OO Incorporated. A. Laar, Manager Money Advanced on Your Plain Rata GLOBE JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED DECORATORS stablished 1820 - Louisville, K OFFICII OUTFITTERS PRINTER tJTATIONERS -- 812 West Jefferson Btreat (Second Flftor) General Repair Work, Cleaning and Home Phone City 2967. Polishing. SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. Kentucky-Indian- a Automotive Co. Loans to those having regular Broadway at First. Home Tel. 3063 or salary, with no publicity tape. Loans to housekeeper r Every Member of the ea red Shoes For their personal security. Family F. R. POOLEY, Home Phone 3906 aeam 1, Courier-JournBuilding, 410 S. Fourth Street. FRED FEIGE & SON al 8TORAGE OF AUTOMOBDLES NIGHT AND DAY. the Irish Republic, recently has been asked two questions, which are repeated herewith, together with his replies: Q. On what basis would Sinn Fein consider entering into peace negotiations with the British Government? A. We have Indicated the basis time after time. Irelandjs separate nationality, which Implies the right of the people of Ireland to determine freely, to decide for themselves, their own form of government and to adjust as a nation their political relationships with other nations upon a comomn equality of right. Q. Would Daill EIreann accept Dominion home rule? A. Those who talk like this are simply fooling with a phrase. As it is applied to Ireland the expression has no definite meaning. The essence of Dominion home rule for Canada, Australia, etc., is, as Bonar Law (Government leader In Commons) put it in the British House of Commons on March 30, 1920, "that they have control of their own destinies." Those nations can determine for themselves, and completely control their own fighting forces, and the amount they contribute to the general security of the Briitsh Empire, even to the point of neutrality, in a war in which Britain is engaged. Their right to secede altogether from the British connection is also definitely acknowledged. Thus the British Dominions have had conceded to them all the rights that Irish Republicans demand. It is obvious that if these rights were not being denied to us we would not be engaged In the present struggle. If there ever be a British statesman who will really desire to bring peace to the peoples of these two neighboring islands he will approach the task in the following manner: Acknowledge Ireland's First right as a free and independent nation as a preliminary. For England's sake as well as for Ireland's this Is necessary, for any agreements made under the duress of force, or a supposed existing partnership which Ireland denies, would not be worth tho paper they are written upon. Two Then negotiate with Ireland such a partnership or alliance as the common interests of both islands may suggest and on such terms as the peoples ot both countries mutually agree upon. We do not hold by any policy ot Isolation; in fact, we are a thoroughly sane and reasonable people, not a coterie of political doctrinaires, or even petty politicians, Republican or other. We are, however, for that very reason all tho more Immovable when It Is a question of fundamental right or justice. LIGHT TO GUIDE. Eamonn De Valera, President of UNION MADE SHOES AND SLIPPERS 431 BAST MARKET STREET LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY Homo Phone, Shawnee 803 On March 4 the now President of the United States of America will of ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING enter upon the administration wisNever were his exalted office. Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted dom and courage more needed by PARRAKEET Asphalt Shingles a Spocclalty the head of our great American Democracy. Every Catholic ought Mlaeralwater & Grocery Company 2011 WEST BROADWAY to offer on that day earnest prayIncorporated ers that God will guide our Chief FOR THE BENEFIT OF YOUR THE SHEFFARD MFG. 00. Magistrate wisely and well, that tho KIDNEYS DRINK PARRAKEET evils of the late Avar may bo abolIncorporated MINERAL WATER ished and our Nation enter again upon tho way of progress through Partway 405 STEEL AND IRON WORKERS justice and charity. The gravest 1612 WEST MAIN STREET problems call for the attention of Both Phones 2406 the new President, problems both Home Phone, City 577 domestic and foreign, on the soluLOUISVILLE,' KY. tion of which depends the happiness REUTLINGER & CO. Let a Steam Forgings and Fire Escape pf tho American people. Adolph Reutllnger vigil light express your patriotic Apparatus Our Specialty prayers for divine guidance nnd FIRE INSURANCE support of the President during the WM. P. BANNON four momentous years that open beTORNADO, LIABILITY AND fore him. May our Blessed Mother PLATE GLASS PLASTERER shield him and counsel) htm through CONTRACTING love for this land of her predilec123 SOUTH THIRD STREET BROOK AND BLOOM tion. HENRY GOSS H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. City 8380 Cumb. S. 154 000 Telephone 1922 EJ. BROADWAV Help for the Association for ReOhms. 8. Xrapp lief In Ireland may bo voted .by tho K. A. Xrapp Loutevllle War Mothers at their Home Phone, City 7005 next regular meeting on the first Friday In March. The question of ERAPP'S MEAT MARKET rtlp for Ireland was brought up at ' tho meeting of War Mothers last Wholesale and Retail apBSBV, POBJC, 1TJAX. AJTD X.A3CB week, and .the question was proved by some, and will bo acted All Xiaaa of Sstokea Meats upon by the full chapter at tho next SOS MAY VOTE TO GIVE AID. BAST JHFFKRSON STRKBT meeting. J Tho Baptist World, the official organ of the Baptist church In Ken ' OLAD tucky, Is not very friendly to the ASIC YOUR GROCER Jews, Judging from the following WM. KASTELHUN, Solo Distributor city 1479 taken from Its columns: Holland-America- n from Hoboken on .the "We have received a publication liner Nleuw Amsterdam Issued by a committee of Jews in DR. L. C. later In tho day. A hundred and New York, the purpose of which is fifty Fourth Degree members of the defensive propapagna. If the Jews Knights of Columbus, in street re- - get in bad repute In America it acted as a special escort. The will be their own fault. As a genNORTHWEST CORNER FIRST AND BROADWAY lerical escort to Rome included eral proposition, America has felt Plato Work a Specialty Monslgnor Michael J. Crane, Vicar kindly toward this remarkable race. Above Leon Abrnhnm's Drug Store General of the archdloceso; tho Very They have been persecuted in many Phone City 5515 Rev. Joseph A. Whltaker, Chan- nations. America gave them refuge, cellor, and eight rectors of tho liberty and opportunity. Very well, IRISH AMERICAN archdiocese. Three laymen, Dr. now let the Jew behave himself. Let LET US ATTEND TO YOUR NEEDS IN THE DRUG LINE W'lHam Long, John J. Coyle and him stop his effort to destroy the Joseph F. Gallagher, also accom- American Sabbath. Let him cease DRUG COMPANY panied the ArchbUhop to Romo. to prostitute the American theaters : The honor comes to Archbishop and motion pictures, which he conTWO Dougherty as a reward for long and trols, to the undermining of the 3104 SOUTH FOURTH TAYLOR AND BERRY BLVDS. earnest services to God and Church, character of America's jouth. This Home Phone, Parkway 2G2 Home Phone, Parkway 500 tor Archbishop Dougherty's career ho is doing by the wholesale, out of has been a most distinguished one. perversity or the love of money or A native of Pennsylvania, educated both. Rome Phono, City 4300 The way salacious scenes, Home Phone, Shawnee 899 In the great Seminary of St. Charles presenting the grosser phases of sex Cumb. Phone, Main 3580-- A Borromeo, at Overbrook, Dennis J. life, are lugged Into the motion picDougherty was ordained to the holy ture is becoming a scandal and an CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION Hubbuch Sr. & Son priesthood May 3, 1890. He was outrage on American decency. We COMPANY a young priest of such remarkable will treat these sons of the flesh of GENERAL CONTRACTORS Dealers in ability, piety, courtesy and tact In Abraham well If they will let us. Reinforced Concrete, Wrecking, dealing wtlh men that when the Out America is being forced to take WALL PAPER AND RUQS Excavating nnd Granitoid Work question arose of appointing Amer- cognizance of certain perversities in 3330 WESTERN PARKWAY FALLS CITY HALL BLDGN ican Bishops to the Sees In the society at the other end ot which 1126-112- 8 WEST MARKET ST. Philippine Islands, after the acces- stands the Jew. These things must Calls Answered Promptly sion of those Islands to the United go, or Americanism suffer IrreparDay or Night able injury. We are willing to hear States following the Spanish-America- n LOAHI war, he was appointed to the the Jew's defense, but let him cease On PnrnltUTB, Diamond! ana other Vr-onBROS. See of Neuva Segona; he was conse- to contaminate America's life, or Property at Xoweit Bate In City crated in the Cathedral of Phila- America will have to deal with him FUNERAL DIRECTORS delphia June 14, 1903. His depart- sternly to protect itself. PEOPLE'S PBOVZSSITX AND EMBALMERS ASBOCIATIOir ure for the Philippines was tho oc 4448 PARK BOULEVARD great demonstration REGULATE MOVIE PICTURES. caslon of a Incorporated Parkway 287 Phones South 311-from tho people of Philadelphia. 203 COLEMAN BUILDING A Catholic organization has been 8. E. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON No Bishop ever had knottier quesBishop formed to institute a driv3 to purge tions to deal with than CASKETS AND Philip- the movie industry of its many Dougherty In the distant UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES pines. But so well did he succeed blatant faults. THE VERY BEST Charles McMnrtln, (WHOLESALE ONLY) as Bishop of Neuva Segona that of the National Catholic Welfare In April, 1908, he was transferred Council, Is the leader of the moveNATIONAL CASKET CO. to the important Diocese ot Jaro, ment and he has expressed the so Incorporated So faithfully ciety's purposes in the following Philippine Islands, Eictcnth nnd Magazine Streets and earnestly did he labor In the summary: "Tho great business of the movies Islands that when the See of Bufthe fourth in relative Importance falo became vacant by the death of Homo Phono, City 3147 SOFT DRINKS is by In 1915, he was of our American Industries Bishop Colton PRESTON FISH AND transferred to that See on December universal consent in a most unstable POULTRY STORE We Buy Rags, Scrap Iron, Metals, The 6. In June, 1916, he returned from and unsatisfactory condition. Wholcsalo nnd Retail Rubber and Paper Stock the Philippines and was formally producers, tho exhibitors, the artists FISH, OYSTERS, GAME AND Installed In his new See by Cardinal and artisans within the industry, LOUISVILLE WASTE Farley. Archbishop Prendergast, of and more than all these, the sufferPOULTRY MATERIAL CO. Philadelphia, and many Bishops ing but submissive "public, realize Guaranteed Eggs Ohio River Fish wero present. On May 1, 1918, he this fact. One of the principal tasks 424 SOUTH PRESTON STREET 001003 WEST JEFFERSON ST. was appointed to the Metropolitan therefore of the Welfare Council See of Philadelphia to succeed the during the coming year will be both City Home Phono, City 1109 South 847-4597 lamented Archbishop Prendergast. nationally through Its organization - KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE -- -Job Work Promptly Attended To His arrivaili in his native .State as In Washington, and locally throughtown in the Archbishop of the venerable See of out every city and Thirty-tw- o LEO H. Years Ought To Bo Suf- Philadelphia was the occasion of a United States, through the 20,000 Designer nnd Builder of iicient uuaranteo For My great demonstration. A delegation or more Catholic societies and the Knowledge and Integrity of distinguished clergy and laity 20,00,000 Catholic people in tho unrelenting Plans and Estimates Cheerfully If It's For Sale Give Mo a Call went from Philadelphia to Buffalo country, to wage an to escort him "home" after his many fight against Immoral and unwholeFurnished t and varied journeys. He was sol- some motion pictures. Wo consider 1215 SOUTH PRESTON STREET PINK VARBLE of the most urgent reconemnly enthroned In May, his ven- this one REALTOR AND AUCTIONEER erable mother, so lately passed struction tasks before the citizens away, being present with his sisters of America today, and we call not GEO. C. 214 LOUISVILLE TRUST BLDG. and brothers to witness the honors only upon tho Catholic citizenry of every Manufacturer of the United States, but upon Both Phones conferred upon "her boy." The broke out In November, and other group Interested In protecting MONUMENTS AND the heroic work of Archbishop the morals, especially ot our AmerMark Bale, Prea. , CEMETERY WORK Dougherty, his priests, seminarians ican youth, to assist us in this fight J. O. Jaoobi, Seo. and Treoa. among for sane and wholesome amusement and religious orders stands L. GHAUMAN OO. EAST KENTUCKY ST. both on tho spoken stage and on 808.810-81- 2 tho most glorious instances of the screen." Incorporated Home Phono, City 178 and devotion to duty. Priest, Archbishop, patriot, AmerXn All Tdnoa Dealer of ttloe ama COMPLETE EXIinilT. ican, no nobler work adorns the tore rixtoree, Bafec, Oaab Befl- Cumb. West 295 Home Shaw. 105 ten, Know Outs, Cowntecw, pages of .the church in this country BhelTlnc, Etc The smallest and most complete than that of 'Most Rev. Dennis J. eio west xAxtr numx Dougherty, fifth Archbishop of exhibit of tho activities f a great Phlladolphia. To him the congrat- nation will be accommodated in a Home Phone, CHtr MSI s, ulations of tho entire country go slnglo chamber of the Palaisresting FLORIST Paris the last out. As Catholics and Americans 1. this May. we rejoice in his achievements and place of Napoleon Columbus have tho honors which will be conferred The Knights of requests from re- Cut Flowers, Designs, Plants the upon him. In the College of Car- ceived official PIANO TUNER Twenty-eight- h and Greenwood, dinals he will be tho third native French and American Governments two items to the exto contribute American to bo elevated to that oil painting City 866 dignity, Their Eminences, Car- hibit one a life-siz- e West 866 1020 EAST BURNETT AVENUE dinal Gibbons, of Baltimore, and of Gen. John J. Pershing, tho other of Homo Phone, City 8398 & Cardinal O'Connell, ot Boston, en- a realistic model of ICnlghta fire Columbus welfare work under joying this distinction. in tho Argonne Forest. Tho K. of City Elevator and Warehouse City 6910 i Res., Shawnee 1863-- L C. model roller kitchen in an ArHay, Grain and Feeds CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED. gonne battle scene has been comCo. Unity Council, Y. M. I., this week pleted by a New York artist. With The Home of "Quality Feeds" Incorporated membership campaign the oil painting of Pershing and tho launched a by which will continue until March 22, original K. of C. war poster ex- 122 N. FOURTH ST. AND TRANSPORTATION, 213 N. FD7TEENTH ST. GENERAL the goal being 150 new members. Balfour Ker, donated to tho TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND hibit by District Attorney Joseph A canvass of the city will he made "HAYRDDE PARTIES" by ten teams hoadod by Wdlllam C. Pelletier, ot Bostoo, it will con- Cumb., Main 490 Home, City 4990 Kaiser, Henry Keller, Thomas Mc- stitute tho largest individual con1129 WEST MAIN STRiflEi: to the exhibit. Laughlin, Joseph Broecker, John tribution PALACE CLEANERS & DYERS Stumler, George Mould. Carl Hor-nun- g. KUCHARISTIC CONGRESS. UAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORM George Wehner. John Martel Incorporated Rome has been solected as the and Bernard LeJst. The new memAll Kinds of Footwear For ta bers will be initiated April 3. The place of tho International Euchar-lstl- c EXPERT CLEANERS OF LADIES' Whole Family Congress in 1922. Committees AND GENTLEMEN'S WEARING meeting of the council Tuesday was pf a patriotic nature In observance are preparing for solemn ceremonies APPAREL Two HAMBLYT3 Store jwicnaei in St. Peters during the Congress, 01 Washington's oircaaay. Manager Mth and Portland. gnaw. 1?1 C. Thornton delivered the principal and it is planned that the Holy ARTHUR H. ROHMANN. S.-lSUi and HagAftiH Cor. Third aad Walnat Sts. Okty 71f Father will participate. address. Archbishop Dennis J. Dougherty Philadelphia Saturday for left Rome, where ho will receive the red hat of a Cardinal from Popo Benedict VX. Thousands of Roman Catholics of archdiocese tb marched from thp archleplscopal e residence with t7e to tho station, where ho boarded a special car for New York. Hundreds of clergymen and laymen accompanied him to New York to bid him farewell when he sailed Cardinal-designat- SSiHMr JOHN M. MULLOY 212 WEST MARKET STREET. Both Phones 1323 Established 1888 Wo Deliver Anywhere in tho Home Phone, City 4338 BAPTISTS THREATEN WE ARE UNION City JEWB. Whether Bo Bread, Rolls, Cakes, Biscuits or Pastries, Their Success Is Assured by tho Unfailing Quality of It HERE IT IS AT LAST! SNOW FLOUS ZIEGLER DENTIST J OAKDALE STORES JOHN F. WILL Joseph McDANIEL al M EPPING'S .i W WEBER MODERN HOMES WETSTEIN self-sacrifi- ce SIMON PONTRICH d'ln-valide- JOHN ASSENT ex-olt- Oscar Farmer Sons Sullivan Transfer u . jHCEsararejoKY nijsn amerioax. Herman Straus rouRTH Avemjt V V jBACONasoH INCORPORATED jSJfegaaSgy Good Waffles Crisp tvGamemtz-- sons market J 1 street . We Qive and Redeem Qold Trading Stampi We Qive and Redeem Surety Coupon. DO YOU KNOW A'BOUl OUR HOUSEHOLD CLUB J ! PLAN? BOYS' SUITS A Convenient and Dignified Methoa of Purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred Payments. $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 finished. THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW mate-terial- s, J i The ontataadlnj featwea of thla method are Ka convenience la making purchases without any considerable outlay of cash. The advantage of buying oa the Olab Plan daring oar various sale AT SAIdi PRICKS. Whatever la the price of the good to a cash or a charge customer, that Is also the price to a Hoatehold Olnb Plan customer. There la positively bo advance. There are no "confidential arrangementa." U la coadncted upon aa opea baala with a fixed schedule of ratea. The flrat payments and tho monthly payments are the aamo to all. and delicious the kind with the rich natty flavor -- made with , A R I ST OS WtM . n..r-- i . . nrn SURETY COUFUINijAKtiuiVErt iu ft ir rwtii two rf I A fc? "! ICTAMCDC tttt-Hk-Hf'ttHtttlft'g,AAAl- l FLOUR WAFFLE RECIPE 1 2 I $10 I High Class Furniture AT LOWEST PRICES. 2 1 1 cups Aristos Flour cups milk tablespoon sugar teaspoon salt well-beaten tablespoon melted butter teaspoons baking powder 2 eggs Carpets, Stoves and Ranges, Lace Curtains and Linoleums. liJAMES GREENE V Sift tho Aristos Flour, baking powder, salt and sugar, add the eggs. Then add the butter. Fry on a milk and the very hot, waffle Iron and serve Immediately with honey or maple syrup. well-grease- d MPift Where the QuicR Meal Comes In Where k 415, 417 and 419 East Market St. ' JOHN H. SHINE & COMPANY, DISTRIBUTORS tnwniinwjjAJii'.Mi'jjLiA-mma.i.a.vmjjj..vjy- SWISS CLEANING-- 7 fits Tiadf-.Maion Every j Slid t3Erayfvsv5-1 OF WBTorots? MEN'S SUITS With Minor Repairs Free Saves Buying. ed to them parents Rent a Royal Electric Cleaner are included inand Catholic well as this class as Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed. Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS INCORPORJLTXD the clergy will undoubtedly appreciate this timely brochure; it will also prove of value to Catholic .nurses, and as the basis of lectures before mothers' clubs. Orders for the pamphlet,' which sells at ten cents per copy, should bo sent ito the Central Bureau of the Central Society, St. Louis. RECENT DEATHS. Screened Coal m the home brightest ; Where tho work lightest; Where the meal u g JSESafl tr cooked best; Where tho range atanda th teat --Thnt's tho where "Quick Meal" comes ta. Quick Man! GaaiRaugCB Sold, Inttnlled ond "Tibial prl Where work Is doae; Where cooking an win real fan; Where baking gtvaa an UKht; Where drudge tight ta east a (ft That's where "Quick Meal' PROTECTED FROM Illgl Iy ItiDommcndtJ ICE AND SNOW Eastern Ky. Block, Eastern Ky. Mine Run Western Ky. Lump, Western Ky. Nut, $9.25 $6.00 $.725 $7.0,0 GEHER & SON, Tho customor will know 215 W. MARKET ST. THE NAME KENTUCKY & INDIANA PRODUCTS COMTANY MEANS Office 017 South Fourth. Plant 000 South Sixth. DON'T FORGET THAT GRAYV0N ALLMEN Sanitary Milk Co. CiCORPOKATBD. Mrs. wivgmmk wlfeof Emily Campbell, beloved WIMIam J. Campbell, 1908 avenue, woman To HelpYou With Your Cleaning Dukcr parts of atho city, well known In all beloved by Phono Us Now. hundreds of friends and acquaint- Geo. PURE PASTEURIZED MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS BUTTER A SPECIALTY that you watch his interests if you cell K. & I. PRODUCTS Miller, Jr., Coal Co. Childers Elect. Co. Incorporated 333-33- 5 "WEST MAIN ST. City 135 Main IS THE HOME OF PURE MILK OMEGA CLEAXING, DYEING, "WORK. Mrs. Nellie Broderick. Prop's. All work called for and delivered. Hats cleaned and blocked. "All we ask is a trial." "ASK YOUR GROCERS. II REPAIR PRESSING. Brighten Up Electrically! Make your ho;ne hospitable and attractive this winter by the the addition of attractive and correct lighting. PORTABLES, FLOOR LAMPS, LIGHTING FURNITURE 426 E. CALDWELL Phono City 1419. DAUGIITEKS ST. OF ISABELLA. semi-monthly meetThe regular ing of the Daughters of Isabella will take place on Sunday afternoon, March 6, at 3 o'clock at K. of C. Hall. At the last meeting INOORFORA.TXD the new committees were formed, City 807 with tho following as Chairmen and 528 WEST JEFFERSON Mnin 1800 Vice Chairmen: Crystal Electric Washer and Wringer. Universal Farm Lighting Plants. Relief Miss Mary Cummins, Miss Gertrude MeGinn. Welfare Mrs. W. T. Speak, Mrs. James KInnarney, Mrs. Geo. W. HARVEY-JELL1C- 0 Rankin. Roger Mrs. Entertainment Doherty, Mrs. Edward Etherldge. (INCORPOKAM Miss Bena Cahlll, Mrs. ELECTRIC SPECIALTY COMPANY COAL CO. By-La- The Company With the Coal and the Service. Yards located at Fifteenth and Magnolia. Yard at First and Yard and Elevator, Pope and Payno Streets. Both Phones at All 1 arils. ILL BWHtfld, Jos. Dugan. Good of the Order Mrs. Chas. A. Gaupln, Miss Edna Oberhausen. Delegate to Community Council, Mrs. Anna Selg; to Voters League, Miss Margaret "Morlarity. f PmtfMt Md INFLUENCE OF HEREDITY. The Influence of heredity, so frequently discussed In an amateurish way by writers In popular maga zines, Is given serious consideration In a scientific manner in an able treatise recently published by the Central Bureau of the Central So- cloty. Sewer ana Calvert Pipe, While the pamphJet treats avowedly and principally of "infant Bannaa's Patent Listed ripe lor steam lOBaaua by tho mortality and nursing Wall CealBg. Drain Tile, Yltrlflea BrlcB, mother," and places the natural Fire ProeiB, Fle LlaUfc, Fire Irlefc and moral obligation of the mother Grate BB Boiler lilt, rum viay, f in this regard, as well aa tho blessings flowing to mother and child OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. from the fulfillment of .this obligation, in a strong light, It also ofMAIN 507. PHONES CITY fers a lucid and convincing exposi&N 2 tion of the Important question of m Maftaali. X WORKS Tkirteevtk aad Breeklmriat heredity influences for good and for evil. The author, tho Rev. Albert Muntsch, S. J of tho St Louis In. the University, has embodied ' SHIKGLXS FLOOBDHJ treatise some of the findings of the LATHIS noted Jesuit biologist, H. Mucker-mann- '; the background, however, and the garb in which the treatise Is clothed are distinctively America, and tho application is lor the present and particularly for condi tions existing In our country. Those who have the care of souls entrust ttaupr. P. IJIMN8N, JR., Tie Frit, aid Trin. P. BANNON PIPE .... CO. I imj itk church and charitable worker and her many kind deeds endeared her to a multitude of persons. Sho was 'Oj ' a woman who took a great Interest V City 11S4. and pride In her family and all who knew her honored her as an upO.VV right, Christian mother. She was YQ fl frequently In attendance at the AL. S. SMITH, PROP. houses of the sick and was always present to offer condolence in times of mourning. Besides her husband she is survived by four sons, James J., Willalm T Bernard J. and Robert E. Campbell, and one daughter, ,.. Miss Jennie Campbell. The funeral KT o. "BOTH PHONES 81(1. was held Saturday morning with xnaurm CO. 'n. solemn requiem high mass at St. O m. Ittfrt. Trap. Agnes church on the Newburg road. SOI THEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. " fsaan M Mil JfcM iBt. V A woman Joved and respected by SaaC Sarta ar H MkM 1 am. all who knew her and who enjoyed WWnl , ar Mta ar mdltKM. u wide circle of friends lias passed awcy In tho death of Mrs. Rosalia B. Dodt, beloved wife of John Dodt. DOUGHERTY TO LECTURE. 3014 Long avenue. She was In her seventv-thlr- d year and had long Attorney Frnnk Dougherty, of the been a devout and active member of St. Vincent de Paul's church, local bar and prominent In the 1529 WEST MARKET STREET from where the funeral took place Knights of Columbus, will deliver Saturday morning. Besides her hus- a talk to the members of Division band sho Is survived by three sons, 4, A. O. H., next Monday evening J. B. and George Dodt, Iowa, and In Bertrand Hall,' and President Charles Dodt, San Francisco, and Jos. D. Hennessy urges all members two daughters, Mrs. J. S. Graham to be present, as the St. Patrick's day entertainment plans will be 'anand Miss Carrie "Dodt, Louisville. nounced and committees appointed. Kavanaugh, aged John T. . CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971-- r j Interest In the Vlctrola popularity jj 210M& PHONE 88 well known In Louisville railcontest continues to increase and all road circles and 'for years with the their Illinois Central, died Saturday night the ladles have Increased at the home of his undo, Patrick vote, tho standing on Thursday beHester I Glynn, G2C Floral Terrace. He Is ing reported as follows: survived by a sister, Mrs. Mary McDermott, 14.210; Nina May 13,900; M. O'Keefe, 13,390; Shlra, and by three half sisters, Mrs. Clara Scheiff, Louisville, and Margaret Burke. C.700: L. Dennis. J Mrs. T. H. Bader and Mrs. A A.U.SOO; E. Koch, 4, COO; M. Riley, Oberst, Owensboro. The funeral 3,800. was held Monday morning with a I St requiem mass from St. Louis Ber- yy. FORWARD LETTERS. WtMMWWWUWW.ViM MMMVMMWVVVmiMUU trand's chuich, and was attended by a 'Jarga number of sorrowing friends The American Committee for Reand relatives. lief In Ireland, 1 West Thirty-fourt- h 11 II j I 1 "H"M'"H"H"H-M"Ml The funeral of John C. Stanfleld, street. New York, Is anxious to get all possible material bearing on the whose 3110 South Third street, death resulted from Injuries sus needs of the ipopulatlon in Ireland. tained at the power house of the Persons wlio have received letters Louisville Railway Company, took from friends or relatives In Ireland place Sunday afternoon from Holy which give a picture of present con1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Rev. Father John ditions, aro urged to send a copy of Name church. O'Connor, the pastor, conducted the tho letters, addressed to the pub60lenvn sorvlces. He la survived by licity department of the A. C. R. I. FunPBV.I his widow, Mrs. Nellie Stanfleld; a First hand human interest material son, John J. Stanfleld; a daughter, of this character will aid the comMiss Mary Stanfleld, and his mother, mittee greatly In Its drive for funds to relievo tho destitute women ond Mrs. Catherine Stanfleld. children. Z Climb. Main 2008-- a Homo Cilv 200M I KENTUCKY VISITORS. FULIj DRESS DINNER. nitiiitnii The Kentucky delegation of busii Following the initiation of the ana. ness visitors In the jnetropolla was class of Mlt-T- , among Fourth Degreo tomorrow tho Knights Wty IMS. Kaal fairly large the past week, of Columbus a banquet those from Louisville being Miss S. will be hpld for the new and old Stevens, Mrs. A. MoShane, M. May- mobemrs and their wives or lady er, S. L. White, George Elder, F. guests. Tho banquet will be a full Schm.ltt; Mr. and Mrs. O. W. dress affair for both ladles and genG. Maury, Mr. and Mrs. N. tlemen. Supreme Director William Dalp, Mr. and Fox, just back from Europe, and B. Covlagtoa, W. B,' Mrs. J. L. Dawson,- Ir and Mrs. Rev. Father Dlomede will bo the H. 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