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LialiirHto, KENTUCKY lRfcB AMERICAN 10. mint moro favors nnd Job ' I PHONE: HOME OR UMH L' I I Brtry Dtrtrdt Loslsillle TaricfUT Triufer Hrasrt IneorpyU4 It VOLUME XLVI.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1921. elected by tho department. Each department chooses its own officers and 'regulates its own afiKsrs PRICE FIVE CENTS. Ireland suffers for an ideal. Its It could suffering Is martyrdom. nurchaso surcease from Its snffor- Inim. if ilt ivern wlllinjr to sacrifice & it proved disloyal to Dominated, by Carson According to Jts ideals; ims. iucx aspirations. Its national tho Opinion ofjSlr Horace suffering with invwntR Ireland's into Plunkctt. sublime sacredness and lifts it nobler epheres. To assist Ireland in its struggle and to alleviate its nmBnit nffrrlnea means to help ,.i.i.i.. 4. mrArv Jn (fTilb iCatson3Not jfRcpr-ntaIveof .slrcr, . .. band and VXie lUil vtuuuwu .... English rmV land but of Greedy better and richer, wo coni not ri anu the members of the First Ward tihe proiwi that brought in lAt ltlallsm die out on this Interests. machine club. Now don't anvono haughty and contempti back to the ranks of tho privates. tell the neat- Mayor. Chief Petty, earth. A miserable be, it a nation planet would it Just wflien all tiho little fisn Re- or Paul uuriingame, uewis i. jonn-co- ble or Joe Selligman. of the Board whose very life is idealism werepublicans around here are getting HflTO in UOUnwmllHorl In Tlftnlsll. Aro 'to tho fact that Presi- of Safety, that tho police are taking reconciled .for Relief in Irish Industries nnd Factories Harding wouldn't give a Cab- part in this political meeting, as Lsvllle the Committee a varied and dent Crushed for Fear of inet position to their financial angel they dn aro on Tecora as Demg op- Ireland will conduct for funds for vigorous campaign Competition. and big boss, Tobo Hert. the ma- posed to the police in politics. suffering The Kentucky Irish American relief of the thousands of chine organ, 'the Louisville Herald, Tuesday tho called attention to the fact Inst women and children in the Emerald messes It up again. topassenger Isle, opening with the collection folHerald gleefully published the news week that seventy-fiv- e at Itflie Cathedral to be carry that Tobe Hert was tipped as suc- automobiles In were used to COlintV morrowby a e canvass and ENGLISH KEPT FROM TRUTH. lowed PpWv lor h cessor to Hays as National Chair- noanilimW on entertainment at St. Patrick's man when tho latter became Post- service, Bidowalk inspectors, health poli- Hall on March 17. This movement master General. But again comes a omce inspectors, nepuiuican P. Cronin, Rev. hitch. It ils not known whether ticians or anybody that was Repub- Is headed by Walsh, J. Rev. John Norman Hapgood, the famous trips. Rev. Patrick found out that .he couldn't lican and. wanted pleasure Hort cither, or was still n lit- But we didn't know tho patrol ma- O'Connor, Owen Sullivan, Col. P. American Journalist, writes as folliavo that O'Doherty, H. tle, miffed over Iho Cabinet throw- - chines ware used for shopping. M. CaMahan, Judge Matt well known lows of his interview with Sir HorJ. Bannon and other anyway jic announced uapt Saturday ndpht a. patrol ace Hunkett, the noted Irish homo finuii. hut after the Herald's story was cJlIne Btoppeid at Third andaqMarket citizens, who will soon announce rule advocate: many their programme. You could travel all over Ireland published that lift dftfiltned to bo and drew quite a crowd, ., ..i,.!,.,, nf nossriblv rn.ld and scarcely find anybody who considered, ono lias to laugh wweu IRISH RELIEF BENEFIT. rpmocraUc noiol Toom deny tliaft Sir Horace would be thinks of itlie poor old machine m,1fl,r -- r motor organ trying to dig up strlte and proprietor. Plunkett has done more 'for that While thd shows, consisting of moving country than anybody now living. .In the Democratic Two ranks .hr,nm)Wi ntvA the itLixnavers' gaso be As Sir Horace ils on old friend of wflien there as nothing but urouDio, line oozed away the crowd grow and pictures and vaudeville, wiJll trouble on tho Republican doorstep. grow to see the finale. Finally given at tho Crown Theater next mine, and as he .has been passing And tho trouble and worry is grow- after a long wait out walked a big Tuesday evening under the auspices through Washington, I got after Trv11lnA Rereeanlt with a of Division 4, A. O. H., and the Mm 'to clear up some things in that ing daily. In tho last lection the voters of Kentucky gave Morrow, Butt of clothes under his arm nnd Crown Theater management has tragic situation. When Sir Horace machine JiX- - kindly agreed to donate 'the receipts makes his annual trips to thip counTatTol the nft and tho Republican party a stinging elamajonR Cf disgust came from all to the fund for relief in suffering try he likes to think of himself as rebuke, the Stato going into too Sraciol vaudeville for tiho ten years ho a t o. . tlie bl(, gathering at the Ireland. g will be introduced and as on epent out West in Democratic column, being an ac- - , . nnnmn.n nstnir the notrol knewledgement on the voters part maoWj,e for a srtiopplng aide. "Just additional attraction the film depict- are warm in nils memory, and he that ho had erred in electing ltko a Keystoner." wais tho popular ing tiho St. Patrick's day parade of has maintained Ms business inter "How-dEd" a year previous. And remark ttnd many predfetod that 1917 will be shown. Tho first per- -' est in that occupation lever since. lhowevor, lias been the defeat would .have been worse thQ wouid ,then go formance will bo given at 6:30 His tn1 move without tiho handicap of Beckham. ammgh honhtao for the cop to o'clock and itho second at 8 and the building up tho market . Next came tho little troubles and admission to all Will be twenty ment in IreCond. About iforty of smuiav dinner. irMV,a niVfihr en cents. Thd committee on arrange- the creameries belonging to that dissensions In the Republican party from top to bottom, Tobo Hert. that tl)0 stattettoia tof the police ments are M. J. iMcDormott, Jos. D. ' movement have been Injured in the IContucky's big boss, and National depaptmen.t didn't lot become Hennossy, John J. Barry, Dan present reprisal methods, thirty, of Hays were the first to .. anfllr,iv nieht. name ono tinned Jas. S. McTIghe, Edw. them being destroyed altogether. Tall out. and the story 1s told that h The excuse given was ilhot tiliese Uco department off to the Byrne and Jas. bweeney. Hays walked out of a. telephone . t ,.h t creameries were being used1 in a wiag a Us Hn. NOW 1innMi YorK UllV aiVBT a game igotag on at First and Market miiULtary way on tho Sinn Fein side. FOURTH DEGREE. long distance call and remarked: nfior mMnJerhiL Sir Horace is a mild man, but ha Post hasto went Sunday was a red latter day for commented on uhia as follows: 'There's iv fellow that would f?ivo lhe co,medy cops to Qr s(mjn In the miiia i,. toM UllA ,M,.r Immediately tho Knights 6f Columbus of Louisn ........... . .. iniiilnn fTnllnrs for a nlnco "It is a lie. Nobody in our emI.HUJ lllld II a large class received ploy has anything to do with poll ;abniQt, ami 110 misn x u !. mirrounded a soft drink stand. Tho ville, When degree. viwi rtur niwn fines Soarcv bacan place was closed and hiammloring on the fourth The work was tics. Ho could not keep .his place a to make up a list of his appoint-menit- tho door brought tho proprietor to put on by a team much above the day if he had, and tho Government positions, tho window, and .he was told they ordinary and the lessons imparted knows it." This business of making for tlie Fekleral taking it for granted tihat Hert and wanted to get dn. The proprietor will prove lasting. Following tho war on Ireland under a cloud of stories grlbves him parhe would do the selecting tor tlie Bald "There Is nothing doing here, ceicmionial candidates and members made-u- p entire State of Kentucky. But up and I'm in ,bed." The ihoad of tho and their ladles enjoyed an elab- ticularly. He says: Ernst raiding squad replied "You can't orate banquet at iUhe 6'd Inn. Col. RSchard pops Senator-elec- t "It ft the fault of politicians and greedy business Interests, not of the and his aatute manager, Maurice tool us, goldern you, and we ore Thomas D. Cilnos preseided as GalvAn, and 'Uhey serve notice that going to stay here till you open up." and his introductions wore British peopf.e. The people aro deSearcy and Hert will not bo al- And he kept his word, the Keystone received with applause and laugh-to- ceived about tiho facts or they The principal speakers 'wore would not stand for ,whot lis being lowed to fill any job but one, and band keeping a, close vigil all night, Postmastor-sbithat 'Is tho Loulsvifllo and in tiho morning when the pro- William F. Fox, of Indianapolis, done. Most of tihe press is enough This will go to Seaircy'fl prietor came 'down to open up the wiho represented the K. of. C. in under tho control of the GovernFrance during the war, and Rev. ment and its supporting interests to cousin, Col. Petty, present head, of Keystoners rushed in and found Dlomedo, of St. Francis help in the suppression and tho Keystone cops. Ono can imag- nothing. Across tho street a gam- Father A 'few papers, like tho ine how tho deft of Senator Ernst bling game had been going on all Monastery on tho Indiana Knobs. and GalvAn was Tocoivod by Hart night right in sigh ot the raildlng Manchester Guardian, the London OPEN SHOP MOVE. Daily News, anji ithe Westminster and Searcy an'd how itShat squad, the igamblonsi walking to tho Gazette, tell tho truth. But .tJhore has spread to all of the Ulttle fish window every now and then and Republicans ihere, white and black, taking a peep at tho street oar men Frank Montrson, Secretary of tho liavo been sign lately that onto or of 'Labor, two out of these itlhfrtee aro beginwho expected Wll kinds of Federal disguised, as policemen. Thto story American Federation snaps when Harding was elected. was tha Joke of 'tihe town itilils week speaking on "What tho Open Shop ning to feel the business pressure brothers are Taft thait the Prime Minister te able to Now tho colored everyone except itho Keystone Means," quoted causing trouble. The crap shdatinig for "open have applied. Tina center of tho watchers who naven't tumbled yet. as sayinga) that t3io saVanty-ntafthiop" is "closed nonrunion shop." crime Is fa Tendon more than in foment IB mad because Tho advocates of (the. "open shop," Ulster. Carson Is to no real sense of tho leading Republican supRESIGNS AS CHAPLAIN. Morrison said, desire to destroy tho an Ulstenrtan. He has for many porters were arrested in a crap to have autojsuno raid last week, although tho Roy. Father E. T. McNally, who labor movement andwages, working yoars boen a big corporation lawyer ewy as to In London. He and the btg BriUsn negro newspnper says' Sergeant Bell serving as ohaplabi In the cratic conditions and .hours. Hie predicted Interests behind hftn have- Is tho best friend tho negroes ever has been a control over IXoyd Gotofrge, flinrt. Bell made thos mid, and yet Amorlcan army on itho Rhine, has that tho movement for tho "open resigned lids (JommlosBJon afad wtlil shop'' would not be succesaful, but who could not remain in power of tho ' Is tho Ideal knowing colored Repub- be the particular returned to the United States that, on tho other Jrand,the labor without Uhelr snupport. licans, few s. movement would- continue to proreason of his strength. The Mgh-toa- by way of Chinia and) 'the "In UWer atao the dominsstkug He is attached to the Dio- gress in spite of the opposition of considenaiUpna are neriWlter political or aristocratic element of the Battecese of Sioux City, and Atas been a "the lawyers, courts and nor religious, bat industrial. Jnelde colored Republican are mat history proves '4fete. First nfeua ned .wifoh tftie promise of Shawnee chaplain since, 1917. o Park for colored people only, but from So you tho Republican mncliinc. can. see tho ml&chine organ need not look for trouble dn (the Domo- jtliArft in.Tvx Irwvl.llrei of At nmM in the Q. O. P., and If you don't "Prospects Fiuornblo For Success In beltavo tills ask Tobe Hart or Qhes "r City nnd State This wfhKmilniiJy m, DomAratJlc this Year. "Howdy Ed" Morrow growing weak er all itno tuna tno local uepuoncon nuuh.lno sees trouble dn the fall As a believer In self- Nothing But Trouble and Dissension election. mvui. ,u.- irrtxM vuiuuai. v.ilvu ouciiv nllng after the Commissioner of In ln Republican Ranks Slnco tornal Revenue appointment tlds 'Election. week, and with Brother Rosco fixed as Oil Inspector and Cousin Imd as Poptmabitor Ches can afford to stond go to Kntcrtaln Members by and eoo the "reform" boat tho Police Used Outside of down In November. of tho First Ward Rcpub- city and county employes and the negro voto the entire population, llcan Club. male and ifemalo, will be arrayed for the local Democratic ticket, and ono can't blame the machine boss from getting In out of the deluge. Tin: keystone cops. Finding the ministers and other former supporters arrayed against them openly, tho bosses tried to pacify or rather "It never rains but It pours" is fool 'em again by naming Judge exemplified In the case of Senator Huston Quin as tho Mayoralty nomQuin doesn't want J. C. W. Beckham, who this week inee. But Judge tlbils move doesn't n!s tn run. through a technicality loat a place neern to nnd pacify tho opposition the on tho Interstate Commerce Com- macnine wwa iik nominate have paid mission which would an" enorOn top of this choices and by planting $12,000 yearly. mous amount of negro repeaters Beckham was disappointment to steal the election. But to have Jos. Noonan appointed will trynot plausible, as It is hardly this is at Frankfort, under- believed enough votes could be as Postmaster lying political opposition froni Ken- irtnlnn or maninulotod to ston the tucky holding up itlhe appointment avalanche of resentment. until Beckham's term as Senator Hares another llttlo example of is a expired Thursday. Noonan hrother-dn-laof Gen, Percy Haly, "reform" under noar Mayor Smith, who promised at Beckham's right hand bower and lie Mould keep the the outset that firemen nnd pomanipulator of the lice out political prohibition machine, Which ovnlnincd of politics, but has never to ihv thov are forced ma has causel so much trouble and Tot strife In tiro Democratic partyolUiCO pay political assessments. Tho ueen always lias chine Herald yeans. With Beckham out of dmnloves first timle In twenty years. ntTwirr for kpenlnir citvhow strong for the Haly will bo iglven a splendid out of politics, and Just Mr. opportunity to test 'his powers as it is we quote from the"AHeraJd Rct- an organizer and display that abil- columns of Thursday: dlalm for lilm, and It tngcthcr moetlnK will le held by ity his friends Ttomihllrjin Club to will be a real test, as ho has no Mio Thirst. AVnril fl morrow atoning nt Its hendquartci's, Jobs obtained through Beckham ,1 n ! lunlinn t n a fl'linivi ofhcial position ito smooth tho ,way. Cn.n nm..m and For years and years Beckham con- 'will be speeches, smokes and music, J'X.11POIjH'K.MM.V Till-Haly "dorded" lit over every lli.lArrange- vention with their prohibition bo- MSIIIXG THT5 IiATTEIt. nn active gey, caTing nothing for 'the opinion ments will bo made for Now there's of any liberal minded Democrat, Campaign this year." anld then In a general election they one for tho taxpayers to ponder would count on Republican prohi- over. The police band wJU be presc fanatics to aid their cnt and as all of them can nJr bitionist cause. But tho strongly entrenched possibly bo assigned to the day, machine mot its watch it naturally fallows that po Beckham-Hal- y Waterloo wflien Beckham insulted lice paid iiy tne Taxpayers win ic used to entertain a Republican club tho thousands of Irish and Democrats in Kentucky niwl tiln iiin-- in DolKlcJ. TllUS if by refusing to voto for a Mmplo 'ou are robbed or knocked in the head on that evening you can deresolution or sympnuiy uir " duce Chat tne patrolman on your sympathy, not recognition, DEMOCRATS KEYSTONERS OEE THE TRAIL. ' MbT fairs. His Eminence James Cardinal Gibbons ds the Jlonorary President; Right Rev. Thomas J. Sbahau, rector of tho Catholic University, Pres- - chlliiron Q..ir.... v ...,. for Years 'v Went Genoral; Rev. Francis W. Sap Vitality of Irish Howard, Columbus, Ohio, Secretary ' General. Nation. , HARDSHIPS BRITISH CRUELTY. tho Circumstances surrounding murder of defenseless Irish citizens by the constabulary and military from January 1 to February 21 aro contained in a list printed by the Sinn Fein Bulletin Saturday. Eight of those killed, according ,to tho list, were boys under seventleen and five waro men over fifty. Twenty- eight cases aro described as delib erate assassinations. Details are given to show thiat most of tho men were shot for attempting to evade arrest or (refusing to lialt With reference .to two men who were killed on February 20, tho paper says they were savagely beaten at Dublin Castle, taken to Clontarf Park, wjhero tins were placed over thoir lieads and shot at close range. Tho Bulletin also gives signed statements of prisoners awaiting trial in the Wexford military barracks dn wnich ithey declare they have been tortured for refusing tho work. After being compelled to disrobe at tho bayonet point, tlie prisoners say a water hose repeatedCy was turned on them. SURELY Thousands Aro Forced to Get Along On n Single Meal n Day. Report From Relief Unit Sent to Ireland Emphasises Need of Help. fool INDUSTRY STILL DECLINING. uii lww wsammmammsF JWj1. ; fAS UtHyjflfllil.t I ' WZt' tWill tttt ,' 1 iin-obl- io RED RECORD. Haly-Beckha- m Louisville hotel proprietor arrested after statinff that the police HE couldn't track an elephant In the snow. v m ; IRELAND SUFFrJtS. LLOYD GEORGE a. counties were included in tho claim of separate government for Ulster. Throe of these counties are over whelmingly Catholic and in favor of a united Ireland. So it swais finally admitted that these counties ought ing six counties, however, ore about 54 or 55 per cent. Catholic, and the argument was naturally made tihore-for- o that a vote should bo taken by eseparato counties. Carson opposed this, pretending the reason was that he was opposed to a division based differences, - T.hat was a mere pretense. Hi's real reason Is significant. Under tha law now on tho statute books elections will bo held niext spring for two separate parliaments. The ono for Ulster will begin a session in June. If only the four really separatist counties wwre included, lib Is probable a labor government would b'o formed by an industrial sympathy between Protestant and Catholic labor. That is what Carson and his rntonds are really afraid of. Ho insisted on the two extra counties because they are agricultural instead of industrial, and ho hopes by thedr help to prevent labor con-trod- to bo (left out. Two ML of the remain- Irish-Americ- f m-iut- .m- lielplng-entertai- n polMtimuwcidvnrD-- t at-rr- Two hundred and three Irish men, women and children were murdered in the twelve months of 1920 by tho forces of the British Crown in Ireland. A detailed statement of tho murders is contained in the Irish Bulletin. Tho murders were committed by either tho military or the constabulary. Of theso one wero hundred and sevonty-tw- o young men and men of middle age, twelve were cnlldren under seventeen years, six were women, two of thorn bolng pregnant at the tlmo of their murder; ten were old men of sixty years and over: three were boys of sixteen years, ono of the old men was a Catholic priest of seventy-thre- e years of age, one of the young men was a Catholic years of age priest of thirty-fou- r Of the total murdered ninety-eigwero killed in indiscriminate and unprovoked firing by military and constabulary, sixty-nin- e were dellb orately assassinated in their beds or on the street, and thirty-si- x were assassinated in prison or while in custody. None of these casualties occurred in any kind of armed conflict. Tho official reports issued by tho English military authorities in many instances stated that the. men murdered had opened "fire upon ht Tho first preliminary cabled report from tho relief unit of American members of tho Society of Friends sent ito Ii eland by tho American Committee for Rollof iln Ireland has been received at national headquarters in New York. It emphasises tho need for immediate relief. Crown grants ito tho Dublin Corporation for feeding school children wore stopped montlis ago, and thousands of Irish children liavo been forced to got alonf on a single meal a day of bread and cocoa, Tho children are putting up a plucky fight against underfeeding, but tho hardships they suffer now will for years to come sap tho vitality of tho Irish nation. Ono hundred and fifty thousand men and women in Ii eland, according to the cablegram from Director C. J. Franco, brother of Senator France, of Maryland, no have employment whatever. Borne of them liavo been without any source of income for two months or more. Industry in Ireland is steadily declining. Every factory and creamer' wrecked means additional unemployment and no possibility of rebuilding tiho ruined work place3 is in sight. Tho text of itlie report sent by tho unit, dated Dublin and received at tha national headquarters, ds as fol- A Holy-Beckha- m - n. none of theso cases has that statement been found on examination to be accurate except in the case of the murder of five civilians at a Christmas danco at Bruff, County Limerick. There shots were fired by men outside tho dance hall at them before they Avere killed. In city-wid- ." ht jr feat-tur- cow-punch- cattle-ranchin- "Why 'is Lloyd George able to put such a policy over on the British CLERICAL TRANSFER. people? His strong card is military and naval fear. Ho and tihe Irish Announcement was1 made Monday Republic people are in tho result In Lexington that tho Rev. Walter working together. If It were a ques- Freiberg, wlio 'for nearly three years tion of dominion independence, ho has been assistant to the Rev. Facould bo (beaten and the Irish peo- ther William T. Punch, of St. ple would ihave control of every- Peter's church, has received an apthing except tho army and navy. pointment to St. Aloysius ohurch at The Irish peoplo would gladly have Covington as assistant to the Rev, accepted this dn 1914, and so Father Ahmann, and to report wtould Hlster, if it ,had been put there Wednesday to assume his new right, and even dn Decomber. 1918, duties. As chaplain of the Kin gluts It could have been done. But tho of Columbus, director of tha boys' Inteh wore lied to so much that choir and leader or activities among they naturally became suspicious of younger men of Lexington Father eiery promise and swung to a claim Freiberg 'has enjoyed wide popu-iaiitof an absolute. republic. That unites Ho Is a former resident of y. tho constabulary party which surrounded it. Constable Hogsden (was killed.. As a reprisal five of tho men who were inside the dance hall at the firing wero shot dead. Seventeen others were wounded. The five dead are mentioned as murdered in the list published in the Bulletin. Mfe-wor- k, 1 an Mc-Ken- ...---- ,,i s toats-maBt- er r. p. mlsrep-reeionitatlo- n. the simple British citizens behind tho Prime Minister. They would not feel safe with absolute Inde pendence any more than the North did in 18C1. Tho Piatt amendment gives you the right to control Cuba ait any time. What keeps Lloyd George secure is that lie has Jockeyed the situation into this extreme form and successfully lied about tho causes and about the present facts." Is there a hope? Sir Horace sees a faw good signs. JLord Robert OecJll' has gone over to the opposition and it a coalition were successful botiween labor, the more advanced .Liberals, and a few Tories following Cecil, the Irish wtould then (believe in the now government's good faith and would accept a dominion status with the army and navy aspect suited to 'tihe special proximity. Moreover, Ulster iB suffering pecuniarily from upset conditions and Sir Horace thinks .her June parliament will be conciliatory. "The soul of Ulster is the pocket of Ulster," he puts it. Ho adds: "Moreover, if opinion in tha United States should realize all these facts and base Its pressure on the dominion basis, instead of the republican 'basis. It could do much to overthrow Lloyd George and Carsontem and usher in a tree anT united Ireland." CATHOLIC EDUCATORS. N port. APPLIES FOR PASSPORT. Rev. Libert da Waegenaere. pastor or St. Paul's church, Lexington, has filed application for a passport in tho office of Deputy District Clark Spencer FinnelL Father do Waegenaere, In hi!s application, declared that ho intends to visit Franco, Italy and Belgium. While in Belgium Father do Waegenaere wip visit relatives, though iluis trip to the otlher countries wull bo for pleasure. He will sail from New- York on May 31 and expeots to be gone for about 'three months. CINCINNATI. The annual St. Patrick's day entertainment of the members of tho Ancient Order of Hibernians and tho Ladles' Auxiliary of Cincinnati, will take place at tho Sinton Hotel on Wednesday, March 1G. Irish songs, dances and violin and piano solos will be rendered by local Irish colleens. At tho conclusion of the entertainment a banquet will bo 6erved in tho hotel, at which Hon. Michael O. Burns, of Hamilton, will deliver an address on "America's Dabt,td Ireland." CONDUCT LENTEN MISSION. so-call- ed W estab-liiKn- ed The Catholic Educational Association of tho United States will hold its cdghteentih, annual convention in Cincinnati on June 27, 28, 29 and 30. It is expected tihat live hundred delegates from all parts Of the country wffll bo to attendance. Tho association was organized at St. sem-toary The eminent Dominican missionaries, Rev. J. R. Clark and John T. Finnegon, will conduct a mission at St. Andrew's church, Avondale, Cincinnati, for two weeks, beginning March G and closing on Palm Sun' day, .March 20, ed PhHlp-plnfe- - RELIEF CABLED. X .thousand Louis, July 14, 1904. dollars was It is composed of school, college and cabled from Now York to Ireland dopartinients, and is managed Saturday by the American Commitby an executive boatrd, in which tee tor Relief in Ireland. Tho comeach department is represented by mittee announced that the) total Its ' President and' two other mem- - sent thus far amounted' to ?1G5;000, Council, Sixty-fiv- e established and worthy charitable organizations are anxious that you help relieve local inability properly to feed school children, of whom thousands in this city are now subsisting on scanty rations of bread nnd cocoa only. Last year 5,800 children were dependent on school rations. Owing to tho stoppage of payments for this work tho crown grants, the Corporation of the City of Dublin exhausted its funds for such work months ago, and now only 1,500 children are being fed, and these all through local charity. Pending further investigation we recommend tho tending of $10,000, which will keep alive 5,000 children for two wleoks. As an example of conditions, at St. Biigld's school we found 600 children out of a total attendance of G50 In need of a midday meal, as they got little else at home. The majority of theso children, as well as those In other large schools, como from wretched tenement homes where the whole family lives In one room. Almost a third of the families in Dublin live in tenements, and In numerous cases all furniture but .beds and a table (has been sold to buy (food. Laboiers average less than $10 weekly in wages, and many havo been out of work for over two They and their families months. are clad in rags and their principal diet is bread and tea. At tho schools wo visited many children were clearly undernourished, and there were pitiful cases of rickets due to malnutrition. Owing to lack of funds for medical inspection of schools little girls come carrying baby sisters and brothers with faces blotched with sores. At one school fifty ragged girls aged from tlhroo to eight years, recited the Lord's prayer in unison: "Give us this day our dally broad.' Two of them with whom we talked told us that tho only food they had on tho previous day was a slice of bread and a cup of cocoa, provided at the schooL Nothing could give tho mothers of America a more vivid idea of that distress now observable in tSto Irish cities than what wo havo seen in Throughout Ireland It is Dublin. estimated that there are 150,000 men unemployed." Tho Executive Committee of tho A. C. R. I. imemdiately took action 6n the report. The sum of $60,000 was cabled at onco to Cardinal Loguo and Archbishop Walsh of Dublin, Gllmartln of Tuam, and Harty of Cashel. Of this $24,000 will bo distributed by Archbishop Walsh to relieve the pitiable condiAn additional tions in his diocese. $5,000 was forwarded to Director Franco of tho Friends Unit for emergency use as they proceed In thedr study of Irish conditions. To data $1G5,000 .lias boen cabled to Ireland for relief owrk by the A. C. R, I. One cablegram received at national headquarters last week was a real message of good cheer. Talk about Tommy Tucker! John is to sing a hundred thou sand good hot suppers on to tho table for hungry Irish youngsters . Hte from Skibbereen to Swdlly, cablegram, dated Monto Carlo, sympathy d reads: "In W311 bo dewith your (movement. lighted to give .threo concerts Lor funds. Details arranged when reaches Now York early March. Greetings." National organization work goes forward in leaps and bounds. Tea hewl State organisations, making a wore Joined last total of thinty-t-wo- , week. For Kentucky Owen SulHvao Is State Chairman and Col. P. H. Callahan member of the NaMonaL un-J- or one-roo- m Mac-Cormn- ck lows: "Old t u s whole-hearte- , - Jj J .! " A j.1tr"..-,Ji(.i- - ! '. . " ' V .SUfcKB?JWeJ0-iaCO-MIN- u o March 28 Social by young men and women of St. Ann,'s church, afternoon, and evening. March 29 Easter entertainment by St. Frances of Rome chur.ch in Trinity Council Hall, afternoon and evening. , March 30 Social entertainment KRMTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING! CO., Ineofpctti. Publishers lunch, afternoon and SINQLECOPyTc and Dutch Wlndthorst Hall. evening at SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, April 4 Lunch and social by a MMUr. Entered at the Loulivllle Poitolllca ladies of St. "William's church, afterWist Llbtrty StrMt noon and evening. IRISH AMIKICAH. to ttt KENTUCKY All CMMBlcatiOH PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, Sodf and Mot.l Advancement ol Irbh American ad CthoUa fevatad lo the Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Mea's Institute and Catholic Knights of America. Second-Cla- XENTUGky IRISH AMERICAN. EVENTS. Uttm 319-32- 1 AAAAAAAAkAkAAA. e ; SOCIETY. ' I Je GENUINE INVESTMENT Investment does not consist of ing or taking chances. plung- f ft LOUISVILLE, KY BELIEF FOR IRELAND. SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1921 Hun-nis- S x t$ est authorities in the Government of Mr. and Mrs. Fred McManus loft h last week to spend a being the instigators of that short time dn outrage. No amount of lying Houston, Texas. Under tlhio leadership df Owen Miss Geraldtae O'Connell, Oak- Chief Secretory Suipiivan, Mdeti. by the clergy end on tho part of professional Greenwood can' efface fnoim ithe pub dale, has returned from a several prominent business and weeks stay dn Florida. men. cf the city and diocese, atottvo lie mind the conviction rthajt Cork Mrs. Charles McGrath and chil And dren, of Lexington, are the guests Btepa lhavo been itaken hero ito raise was destroyed by his orders. funds for the relelf of itho suffer- as it is in Cork, so also In the of Mrs. Martin' Ridge. Airs. Jasper Hagan, South ing da Ireland. The work will bo other towns and villages that have spent the week end visiting inaugurated' tomorrow at itho Ca- met a like fate. This is a matter relatives at New Haven. thedral, and will be followed by that closely concerns tho English Miss Bessie Mann left Wednesday like work In other churches, wihoro pooplo themselves, and if they are for New York and 'Is a guest of tho colleatlonB will bo itakon up lor this ready to condone tho evil deeds of Hotel McAlpin for a week. Mr. and Mrs. William Spaulding most mepessajry relief work. Tho their rulers they must not be surIT MEANS handling your money safely so that it yields a steady and sure need ttor relief to borno in upon, us prised If tho rest of tho world IdoTcb have ben, entertaining Mrs. Joseph Claybrooke, of Bardstowm. by accounts published almost daily askance at ithoir pretense of civreturn. It means letting your capital work so that it receives good wages and no Mr. and Mrs. James W. Bryan, barbarities ilization. of tho most Inhuman. Bardstfown road, had as guest Suni day John T. Glenn, of the city. practiced by ithe infamous minions penny of it is lost to you, your family or your heirs. HELPS CATHOLIC PRESS. Mrs. C. Desmond and grandof Lloyd' George and Sir Hamar daughter, Helen Swan, have reBurnings of Giroeniwood in Ireland. There fe only one medium by turned from a trip .to Frankfort. by wholesale as reprisals residences Miss Frank McAwoy, THE INVESTOR DOESN'T GAMBLE. He provides for the future and for of hare become a common thing. No which. Oathoillcs dn general can be N. Y., ds tho guest of Mrs. attempt Is made by the British Gov kept in touch with the beneficent v. M. Hlest, Haldeman avenue. financial independence in his old age. He does something which everyone approves Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schutz reernment to alleviate the suffering activities of tho church, and that is the Catholic press. turned ithe first of tho week from caused iby these barbarities. It even medium and which brings him the blessings of his wife and children. attempted to.provent itJho Committee Therefore the (hierarchy of the a. short stay at French Lick Springs. Miss Mary Welch, A REALLY SOUND INVESTMENT is one that pays an income to the owner of of AmerlcanVrionds ifrom perform- United States has wisely determined and Mrs. Charles W.who visited Dr. mercy In Ireland. to mako an appeal dn behalf of the ly, returned last week Welch recenting its mission of to Nashviaioi. the security at regularly stated periods each year. "The American Committee for Catholic press, and has designated Mr. and Mrs. Will Callahan and attempt tho month of March for a nation family havo been the guests of Relief dm Ireland shall not to work out itiho problem of who wide campaign. The Louisville dio Mr. and Mrs. Rapier, Shawnee Terrace. Is right or wihio Is wrong," said cese has three .Catholic papers tho CERTAIN KINDS OF BUSINESS ENTERPRISES are able to do this much Miss Agnes McDonnell, of T Campbell, Secretary iof the Kiontucky Irish American, Record Judge wiho has ben visiting relatives better than others Some lines of business make unusually large profits in times of American Committee for IrMi Re- and Glaubensbote and tb. each this In Springfield, Ohio, has returned "Such points appeal df the hierarchy should home. lief, at Philadelphia. In other, words, the earnings have a wide 5 prosperity and nothing in other periods. are not tor discussion by the com- bring an increased circulation. It Miss Kate O'SulMvon was a recent Is the duty of all Catholics to help Sunday visitor at Highland; Park, mittee. We are concerned soMy : degree of fluctuation. tho guest Of Mrs. Osborne and Mrs. with the duty of giving prompt find sustain itlhoso papers which ore de Curtsinger. .tie their best interests and V $ure relief to the people of Ireland voted Miss May Adams Lincoln, who 1s auvocaro uieir cause. Our standard been spending the winter dn wiho are suffering. California und Texas, A FEW CLASS S OF INDUSTRY, because of the nature of ther work, are on returned Relief and Humanity.' " 0 DEFENDS TRUE LIBERTY". I home Monday It is earnestly hoped that everyMrs. J. Ford. Third avenue, last y an entirely different basis for example, the electric and gas properties. where there will bo a generous reCardinal Gibbons lias given out week entertained Mr. and Mrs. sponse to 'this appeal, .the first ever Harry Knight, of a statcemnt for tho press on tho Mrs. Anna Beale. Terarco Park, and ma'de to America by the Irish naconstitution as tho palladium of L. Sherley Cunlff underwent a tion. This is a work that England American liberty. The Cardinal has ELECTRIC AND GAS COMPANIES! do not earn exorbitant profits at any dare not prevent, for it would odd long been known as la staunch de- Blight operation at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hpspital yesterday and ds time but, soundly managed, they maintainya reasonable earning power at all times. to tho hatred Which she lias gained fender of constitutional liberty. Tho getting along nicely. through her savagery in Ireland. Mrs. Margaret Rdley, of Seventh freaks and follies of present-da- y While their earnings grow in the years of general prosperity they do not slump peril- Even England can not afford that. faddlsm which would virtually abol- street, lias recovered from her recent attack of rheumatism and is ' ously during hard times- ish constitutional safeguards do not able to be out again. AMERICAN POLICY DEMANDED. appeal .to him. Ho has seen .too Mrs. Kale McGovern, of Flora Heights, has returned 'home That the new administration will much ot tho world to bo easily mis- an extended visit to relativesafter at Uinfortunatcfl'y some of our led. be confronted by many grave probINDUSTRIES SUCH AS THESE base their business on the law of averages. Detroit and Indianapolds. goes national legislators have not had a lems which demand solution Mis. Charles G. McGrath and necessities of people, industry and commerce. , They supply every-da- y without saying. Among these may long experience in public affairs. children, of Lexington, were this That Is the reason why they so week tho guests of Mrs. Martin be placed the readjustment of tho up with fads and guar- Ridge on the Bardstown road.' incomo tax schedules in a manner easily take Miss Mildred Hanley has returned anteed panaceas. It is on these that will stimulate home-b- u tiding; to her gets dn 'bis visiting home in New York after wditlh Ger- that the "reformer" tho resumption of trade Mrs. Robert "Wioodard and Dr. Woodard dn Windsor Place. many and Russia; reasonaible pro- work. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cummins, of tection for our manufacturers; the GIVEN BARREN nONOR. Meadowbrook, have returned from commerce so that extension of our Lebanon, where tlhey visited Mr. our mills and factories shall have Sir Edward Carson has thrown up Cumins' grandmother and other rel no workless tho leadership of "Ulster," the hon itves. ' no dull season and Martin G. Ridge left' Tuesday for days for tho workers; in short to or now going to lids lieutenant, Si Detroit, whero he and Charles utilize our resources and make se- James Oradg. Carson Is what tJCo also of this city, wdll bo conplaoe at .the ihead of tho boys would call "a .wise guy." cure our nected with tho new Addison Hotel. world's great nations. Wo would knows that his party In. "Ulster" of that city. (Incorporated in Kentucky.) warn the now administration, how- will be a minority party if tho Sin Mrs. Edward J. Boeder returned ,GR!I!XiJ!2JjlLS!lE5!;i flllBI' BSi ever, against permitting the Interna- Pointers, Natnttadflsts and Labor men Monday evening after spending five Mrs. her tional money trust to exorclso too decide to work together, which they weeks with Craven, daughter, William F. and Mr. Craven gretoit an lnfluenco In the shaping probably will do, and Carson does at Philadelphia. tit its palCcies. Tho great majority not want to play second fiddle Mrs. William Rogers, who was w)hich Harding received at the polls whero ho was leader of tho band. visiting her mother, Mrs. William is a sure indication that Americans This is Mho true cause ot Carson's Coyle, in Jeffer&ouvHIo. has cone to Pittsburgh to Join her husband want an American policy in all its resigning the headship of the Or wno jias uocatcu mere. Republican party ange party. It ds not improbably affairs, and if tho Misses Mary Ellen Maloney, Mat translate tho ilesson of the vo,to into that Oralis will 'follow his lead whfh goret Keenon and Helen Butler are Eighty-Tw-o measures which shall reflect old he finds that the "honor" confenfcd home from Camp Knox, where they were tho guests of Miss Butler's sla fashioned Americanism, then that upon him Is a barren one. V ter, Mrs. W. W, Gardner. party shall enjoy a long period of Misses Ethel and Lucille Instead of "Make Germany Pay ford, of Lebanon, who have Blandpolitical supremacy. been the cry should bo "Mako England spending some time .dn Owensboro, wore .this week guests of Miss LuPay." REBELLIOUS IRISHMEN. cille Osborne, Highland Park. Miss Mary Catherine Coll, who is Evening Times The Louisville This March is the month of deattending Indiana University and pays: "President Wdlson refused .to votion to St. Joseph. was homo to visit her parents, Mr. receive a delegation of rebellious and Mrs. John P. Coll, dm JefforFor Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. GIRL. LEFT DAINTY reception would Bonvlllo, has returned to Blooming- Jrifihmon, whoso More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a total con. greatest Power have offended tho On St Walburga's day, February Clay and Fulton Streets, deposit of more than 13,000,000, is tho monument of confidence built by the Senor Barrett, wth which he was working ror 25, the stork alighted and loft Mr. been .In George B. Cuba, who has people of Louisville at 'this safe, conservative bank. Havana, all winter very lowest prices. Give us a trial. r..n,i nnni sit the . world peace, and millions of Amei and Mrs. Joseph N. Higgdns (Miss with- ww the racing association, writes blood swore on oath Bee Hopkins), 1C00 El wood avenue, that ho will be homo tho last of the UNDER THE BIG CLOCK icons ot Irish City 4480; Main 1058 MARKET AT SECOND the daintiest little girl Imaginable. of political vengeance against the Tho new ruler of the happy house- month with plenty of good tips for Sherley Cuniffe and Ed. Aud. President and carried it out at the hold ds to bo known as Miss ASK FOR Louisvilllo people in Now York Higgilns, and df she inherits November election." qual- tho past week With its characteristic prejudice a few of itlio many charming and tne Laughltn, wore Misses Koitiheiv Helen Wilson ities of her popular mother to name thp some iof ithe cleverness of her father, Bert Roberts, .all at the Hotel and tho Times refused McArtistic and Up to Date Co. "three rebellious Irishmen" whom combined with a dash of tho diplo- Alpin; Mr. and Mrs..W. Leo Beard-6ol- l, Y. L. Mamomnd, J. L. Lynch, INCORPORA.TKD President Wilson refused to give macy and wisdom of her grand Wall Papers, Window Shades, Picture B. Moody, J. SSppB .ijSSbSSSSSSSS an audience .to dn Paris as the mothers, alio will go well equipped FrddD. Blanoy, and E. L. White. Jr.r Thompson S. Messages of for life's journey. Times well- knows ithat Frank P. congratulation have been received WE DO Framing, Church and School Sundries ELECTION OP OFFICERS. Walsh, former Lobar Industrial from all sections wishing good luck All Kindsfof Lawn Work Dunne, of to the Commteelkmor, New Plantings St. Anthony's Branch of the Holy 1211 South Shelby, Near Oalr "llltooiB, and Michael Ryan, a Name Society alt its last regular BASKETBALL. Grass Seed Sown PURE leading citizen of Pennsylvania. meeting elected the following offBEST WOKIC GUARANTEED Pruning exciting icers: Those knowing tho Amorlcanism of Hard contested and Spraying WHOLESOME President S. 0. Hubbuch. Homo City 005 Gumb. S. 001 the three would hardly accept tho games were played by the Catholic Hedges Planted Vice President Fred W. Herp. week, Mack-lstatement of .the Times itlvat they Basketball League this place, closelya SAFE. Secretary J. W. BlrkeL Evergreens abill vara "relieU&ous Irishmen," henco followed holding first Treasurer Arthur E. Gohmann. quintet. by St. Xavters Flower Beds ' Marshal Louis L. GtefsBner. lect to publish tho names. the The winners Tuescday night were Lawn Maintenance This branch was organized durand Trinity Council, St. Xavkxr "West Kentucky" "Eastern Kentucky" Goal ing the recent mission at St. AnMackln. Bortrand was accompanied CONVICTS ENGLAND. Means Means Kldgo 27-- B thony's church, at Which time about Call Pleasure by a targe number of rooters, many Any Old Coal! Good, Bad and Indifferent! 100 members wore enrolled. The Writc-- P. O. Box 1003 of them young ladies, who wore Bodeity The refusal of the British ' made Ate first quarterly "WILTON-JELLICDtho Lim "TAYLOR MINE" o publish the result of sorely disappointed whenueraax anu communi&a, ito a body tot St. .Anerick lads went down m Means Means into thony's on Sunday, February 20, Qi, Strkktand's investigation Cork Mlackln cinched tho pennant. Best West Kentucky The Best Eastern Kentucky pmetically every member being in burning and looting of the attendance. The election of officers JOHN B. RATTERMAN Goal Goal ELECTION OF OFFICERS. oJty he done more to convince the THE BLATZ QUALITY followed an address by the pastor, Luinp $7.60, Nut $7.00 Lump $9.00, Nut $8.50 " responaiblttty ot the public of the The annual eleotionof officers of Rev. Father Seraphim. Harlan Lump $8.75 Eastern Kentucky $8.75 Brtfcteu army of occupation for th&t St. Brlgid's branch kfthe Orphan FUNERAL DIRECTOR FATHERS GIVING MISSION. ritESERpi AND BEAUTIFjr lee could have Sae4ety resulted dm the following: ortnw Umm anything Pother Adalbert, C. P., arid Fa- 2114 WEST MARKET STREET Best Service' ereemeaz; jacou dpoe. There Is of course excellent Amos Dteoher, Moderate Prices OWgsohleger, Vice President; J. C. ther Maurice, C. P., ot the" Sacred MMoeAtor the Government's silence 5 Heart Itetreat, this adty, opened a , SOUTH SHELBY ST. Phones Sbawsee 1243. Cumberland mtaskra Sunday at St. on fee anwttar, namely, that the vMSewator ami John. A. Kfcapheke, 315 Guthrie Street. Both Phones 315. LOUISVILLE, KY. . West .1179.' ofturch, Cfaaointutfil. BIMbetth's Dually eonvtot tto Irish-- ! dMMi Louls-vifllle, Tonn-wainld- Now York. Misses Beatrice and Lena Walsh loft Sunday to spend itwo weeks in a, Park-land- ' INVESTMENT DEPARTMENT Mc-Grat- Louisville Gas & Electric Company 311 West Chestnut Street of Consistent Returns to Years' Investors. - NEW COAL YARD LIBERTY CO. S. O. T. COAL Stewart Landscape Service INSURANCE BANK iiii. "b" Mar-gar- EWING'S DAIRY FRANK J. GENSLE - ex-Go- new-come- r. PRODUCTS ANOTHER COAL REDUCTION 1' Gov-arnme- at paints' and varnishes 319-32- 1 ' Byrne & Speed Coal Corporation - two-week- s; wid Tnte. :y lUi , i ;( i D JKBIMJOKY IRIJRH AlMERIOAi. ILD NO FOR A GREATER LOUISVILLE. swCSaLJa UWVVMiPflMIU Bj7i?LTiiTiii""'T'' MACARONI - EGG NOODLES SPAGHETTI A. PENDENNIS Inc. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. vKJ Mens furnishings 408 W.MARKET ST.r sSg, tfwKsk 4 fi Drs. Harrison and Strassburg Wo Mnka a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. Wo Uso All Modern Appliances in tlie Elimination of Pain. PJJ National fr I Opens a Savings Account at the Largest a nd Oldest Bank in the State. 'Sfeiifc liiKSHii i Bank of Kentucky TO EAT IN A wTM JfmWBlmm ItfBWFlTji mTimW ' WsnslUM HtrmWilTOTi MwfPsW'Titl Ik X.lv. A iCl HLJ Phono City 4503 Phono City 4593 FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. "YOU'LL HND IT WORTH WmLE" TiT'Tiii rijftiiffl Turn Your Vacant Lot Into a Paying Investment . LEWIS DOUGLAS MORTON Standard Dairy Lunch House Incorporated THE HOUSE OF QUALITY AND QUANTITY Variety of Hot Dishes, Pastry, Homo Made Pies, Cakes, Meat SOUTH FIFTH STREET la Middlo of Square PRICKS REASONABLE OWN YOUR OWN HOME AND AVOID HIGH RENTS. Have you planned to own your own home? Remember that now. if ever, is the time to build just what you have wanted and move into it. Every house you build releases another home or apartment adds to the city's prosperit- yadds to your prosperity. Talk this Over with your contractor and start figuring today, -- HUBER HAND STOKER 25 PER CENT. COAL SAVING. Combustion City 8381 Engineering 021-2- 3 and Furnace Repairing PLACE Main 1050 Sl OOP EXCELLENT SOUTH PEE 664 txrA'AAAAA'AAAa COURT FOURTH STREET Near Broadway PROMPT SERVICE SHINGLES LATHES FLOORING LUMBER LUMBER is reasonably priced wo Imto been C. C. BICKEL Incorporated OF CO. BprnpiMmAmmm& CiaCM47ZZ Because our quality ! to 430 a. Xraoklarlajr! Sraaea Tar ana Bwttea, ft . Oat. MANUFACTURERS awarded the contract to furnish all LUMBER for S. S. Krcsgo Co.'s new building on, Fourth Ave' nue. Coffee Prices Lower offer excellent Coffee, three pounds for "We sssf 85c nsv FILSON CLUB AND HENRY WATTERSON CIGARS 520 "WEST MAIN NATIONAL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION CO. WILL B. MILLER CO. KY. 54-5- 0 STREET LOUISVILLE, Incorporated GENERAL CONTRACTORS LOUISVniLE, KY. BOARD OP TRADE BUILDING A. J. Ohligsclilager, Secretary J. B. Ohllgschlngcr, President HOME PHONE, CITY 3529 TWELFTH AND OLDHAM City 2750 South 3750 sssms ssskLlMk! - This means only another decrease over the old price '7mLvi for this Coffee. This is the best Coffee for tho price tS3&7& on the market. Give us a trial. BBBBBKUBKsfiBF JOHN M. MULLOY 212 WEST MARKET STREET. Both Phones 1323 Established 1888 ECKERLE DRUG COMPANY EVERYTHING OUT RATE ALL THE TIME FLOYD AND MARKET Both Phones Homo Phone, City 583 LOUISVILLE, KY. " Cumb. Phone, Main 183 L. KOELLNER & CO. PLUMBER 028 SOUTH SECOND STREET Both Phones 2344 Whether HERE IT IS AT LAST! Bo Bread, Rolls, Cakes, Biscuits or Pastries, Their Success Is Assured by tho Unfailing Quality of WILLIAM M. HATFIELD Let Mo It 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 GENERAL CONTRACTOR Figure On Your New Home Alterations Made All Stylo Garages Prompt Attention To Phono Calls CONCRETE WORK A SPECIALTY Parkway 537 SNOW CLAD FLOUR WM. KASTELHUN, ASK YOUR GROCER Sole Distributor City 1479 H. A. DOLL CONCRETE 23 WORK CORNS.BUNIONS kiriwtal Md Untrnal Nail Ire yonr boys aa ducatloa that win prepare t&em for lit P. B. HAWKINS PRACTICAL ELECTRICIAN HOUSE WIRING AND ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER C21-GBAXTER AVENUE DR. L. C. ZIEGLER Either Phono DENTIST NORTHWEST CORNER FIRST AND BROADWAY Above Leon Abraham's Drug Store SclHMlcinj TrtiM Estimates Furnished 1062 EAST CALDWELL STREET AVork A' ,w; WW rvVTT Dr. Ns. . Vi X"V ' "S'SJ.. Z.Sr Vf--. i Uriah Z. Lltsey 1U W. Broadway, Repair CoalarUle, JCy. Chirapodiat Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers. 007 Classical, Scientific and Business Jl St. Xavler's College REPAIRING fixtures Furnished HIGHLAND J. 704 H. KOCH & SONS Fl.to Work a Specialty Phono City 6516 Specialty Roof Painting T Ytf1 itiBillWH ihil H iOAf HIBlH iStarka Courses, Preparatory Department, Large Pool, Well Equipped GymBaiUiot Swimming' Terms moderate. nasium. ROOFING, GUTTERING AND SPOUTING Both Pbo?es Bro. Benjamin, Dlr. SHOP: N. E. COR. TWENTIETH AND WALNUT SHAWNEE SHEET METAL WORKER THOMAS BOONE CONTRACTORS miSII AMERICAN Excavating and Concrete Work LET US ATTEND TO YOUR NEEDS IN THE DRUG LINE Wrecking Old Buildings A Specialty Home Phone, City 5437 OAKDALE DRUG COMPANY 1116 WEST HILL STREET LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 1948 C. A. KOERNER GENERAL CONTRACTORS 3104 SOUTH FOURTH Home Phone, Parkway 262 Home Phone, Shawnee 899 TWO STORES : TAYLOR AND BERRY BLVDS. Homo Phone, Parkway 500 Weekly Savings Club START ONE THIS MONTH WITH FRED ERHART NORTON BUILDING N. W. SODA FOUNTAINS IOELESS BILT-RITE THE Two carloads of samples on display. South Louisville Bank Fourth and Central AvCnne CALL US FOR Order now for spring delivery. prices are lowest and guaranteed against decline. Easy terms OFFICE AND YARD: Our FLOYD AND BURNETT STREETS LOUISVILLE, KY, JOHN F. WILL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY GENERAL CONTRACTORS SEVENTH AND JEFFFERSON STREETS JOHN OGLE COMPANY KY. LOUISVILLE, Corner Fourth and Jefferson BAXTER SHEET METAL WORKS TIN, TILE AND SLATE ROOFING Furnace and Refrigerator Repairing 442 BAXTER AVE., SOUTHERN BRICK & TILE CO. Incorporated MANUFACTURERS OF Reinforced Concrete, Wrecking, Excavating and Granitoid Work 3330 WESTERN PARKWAY Calls C i Mm PtT FRED. C LOEMKER el Ctl Mtn' fmI,HnM. Hu ti $bmrf Oil and Grease FOR ALL PURPOSES Kentucky Consumers Oil Company -Kentucky Louisville Answered Promptly Day or Night FOURTH AND O STS' Bom Watch Crystals Fitted 20c Watch and Jewelry Repairing Roof Painting a Specialty Highland 1G87; Cumb., East 1715 .. .. The Radius Jewelry 408 SOUTH FOURTH Shop AVE. CHIMNEY POINTING at Underhlll FACE BRICK, COMMON BRICK AND DRAIN TILE T. BISnOP, Agent OFFICE: COR. THIRTEENTH AND ORMSBY South 1G22- - Phonea City 547 -- KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE -- McDANIEL BROS. AND EMBALMERS 1148 PARK BOULEVARD Parkway 287 Phones South 311-CASKETS AND Phone, City 4300 Cumb. Phone, Main 3580-- A FUNERAL DIRECTORS DEALERS IN COAL Joseph liubbuch Sr. & Son Dealers In M "You Will Do Better at Spurrier's" FANCY GROCERIES AND DELICATESSEN FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES SPURRIER GROCERY CO. THIRTY-FOURTH Next to Rex Theater Open Evenings Until 0 P. M. L. H. HARPRING WALL PAPER AND RUGS 1126-112- HARDWARE AND STOVES ROOFING AND JOB WORK PAINTS AND WINDOW GLASS." 1236-123- S SOUTH SHELBY STREET Cumb. Phone, South 1704 Home Phone, City 5480 Home Phone, Crescent 285 UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES (WHOLESALE ONLY) FALLS CITY HALL BLDU.. 8 WEST MARKET ST. & Shawnee 1817 Phones BROADWAY West 852 Some Phone, City 7804 Cumb. Phono, West 412-- W LIBERTY SHOE SHOP EDW. B. JOHNSON, Prop. NATIONAL CASKET CO. Eleventh Incorporated and Mngnzlno Streets &OAHI On Fnxnltnre, Diamond! and othor Vms onal Property at Xioweit Batts In City JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED Frank Hariman & Sons HOUSE PAINTERS AND DECORATORS 1800 WEST MARKET STREET Residence Phone Shawnee 122-- J GLOBE SECURITY & ALPH 147 HELLAIRE AVENUE C. KAUFMAN LOUISVILLE, ICY. stablished 1820 -- - Loulsrllie, Kj CONCRETE WORK With A FEDERAL ELECTRIC WASHER OR VACUUM CLEANER YOU CAN HAVE A CONTINUOUS Buy Direct From tho Manufacturer and Save the Difference PHONE US FOR DEMONSTRATION S14 AVEST WALNUT STREET TO-DA- Y FINE SHOE REPAIRING Work Called For and Delivered 2327 AVEST MARKET STREET Shawnee 2702-- L Homo Phone, City 3147 PRESTON FISH AND POULTRY STORE Wholcsalo and Retail FISH, OYSTERS, GAME AND Guaranteed Eggs City 4B97 POULTRY Ohio River Fish 424 SOUTH PRESTON STREET W PEOPLE'S PBOVZDEITS ASSOCIATIOS Incorporated 20S COLEMAN BUILDING 8. E. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON OFFIOD OUTFITTERS PKINTHRb STATIONERS STORAGE THE VERY BEST LOAN OO Incorporate. A. Lazar, Manager GOING FISHING? IF SO CALL MATTHEW HAMMON KESIDENCE, 1051 EAST MARKET OF AUTOMOBILES ftloaey Advanced on Your Plain Kot NIGnT AND DAY. 812 West Jefferson Street (Second Floor) General Repair Work, Cleaning and Home Phone City 2967. Polishing. Kentucky-Indian- a IN YOUR HOME VACATION. FOR $5.00 FOR City 3141 ALL HOURS MINNOWS South 847-Job Work Promptly Attended To EPPING'S 1 DAY OR NIGHT LEO H. WEBER Plans SOFT DRINKS' Rubber and Paper Stock SEE POOLEY FOR MONBY. Broadway at First. Home Tel. 3063 Loans to those having regular or salary, with no publicity City 1496 Every Member of the r red tape. Loans to housekeepers Shoes For Family a their personal security. Home Phone 3906 P. R. POOLEY, BulldlBg, Seem 1, Courier-JournFRED FEIGE & SON 415 8. Fourth Street. 1 Automotive Co. Main 3141 MODERN and Designer and Builder of II O 31 FEDERAL ELECTRIC SHOP PHONES Main 3582 at4 P R R SEE US WE KNOW HOW al N I.O N MADE SHOES AND SLIPPERS 431 EAST MARKET STREET LOUISVILLE - t - - KENTUCKY TJ Homo Phone, Shawnee 803 H I HENRY GOSS ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING .A 1 Wall Paper The! House of Wall SECOND AND WATER WEST ICY., CLEAN LUMP ....S0.50 BIG CLEAN NUT, NO SLACK..S0.00 WEST ICY., CLEAN LUMP ....80.75 Per Ton Delivered Anywhero If U Haul It SI. 00 Less on tho Ton Wo Uso Public Scalos Altogether CASH COAL CO. Estimates Furnished ES Cheerfully STREET We Buy Rags, Scrap Iron, Metals, 1215 SOUTH PRESTON LOUISVILLE WASTE MATERIAL 00. WEST JEFFERSON ST. Home Phone, City 1109 LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 001-00- GEO. C. WETSTEIN Manufacturer of MONUMENTS 808-810-8- 3 AND WE DELIVER IMMEDIATELY PHONE CEMETERY WORK EAST KENTUQKY ST. Homo Phono, City 178 105 Hark lalea, Pres. j. o. jooods. ueo. ana itni. 'V, " US YOUR WANTS Paper Bargains PARRAKEET Ulaeralwater & Grocery Company Incorporated FOR THE BENEFIT OF YOUR KIDNEYS DRINK PARRAKEET MINERAL WATER Parkway 406 Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted Asphalt Shingles a Speeclalty 2011 WEST BROADWAY M AND R. KORB 8c 802-80- 8 (J E. Market, Above SON Shelby. ALBUS DRUG COMPANY Incorporated Tho Store of Quality, Value and Ser vice Where tho Sick Ones Receive tho Best SHELBY AND MARKET Home Shaw. OO. L. GRAUSIAN Incorporated Dealers In All JOnda of ttloa. aaa tor riztoras, Bait, Caan B(t- Cumb. West 295 Show Cases, CoanUra, Vi tr, SIMON P0NTRICH BhalTlntr, Xto. B10 WXST' 1CAXH UTXBtt 18S8 STREETS Home Phone, City WM. P. BANNON CONTRACTING P City 4930 Frances Coir. Sho wbs bora and roared hi Uoutovillo, the daughter of th late Owea J. and Mary Carf. After attending school hero tabe de termlned to dovoto herself to a life of religion deviation, and itook the vows of the ComartA order. Early last week Sister Mary Joseph was taken 111 with, pneumonia, which deunexpeetetMy veloped) and was quflckly fatal. She rig survived by five atetars, all of LoutevWle Mrs, AT. Loutea Pi4on, Mrs. K. C. Mrs. W. T. Metehan and Mfeaes Anna 'ami Btasche Cam Cos-ttga- n, FATHER KEIIOE STRICKEN. o, FLASTERER ASSIGNS YOUNG PRIESTS. Both Phones 2406 REUTLINGER & CO. Adolph Reutlinger FIRE INSURANCE LIABILITY AND PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET TORNADO, H. BOSSES SON Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Telephone 1022 Right Rev. Bdahiop Broiasart hoy who City 8380 Cumb. S. 164 assigned Rev. Mlchaiel TJorney, Holy celebrated hie Arts mlass at Family church, AshP.and, to bo asChai. B. Xrapp sistant pastor of SU Patrick's K. A. Xrapp Rev. Edward church, Covington. Home Phone, City 7005 W. CaWin, eon of Mr. and Mm. James Carlin, Coviington, after solXRAPP'S MEAT MARKET emnizing hie first matte at tho CaWholesale and Retail thedral, was assigned as aastetant at Anrttoony'e church, Bolievn. BBZV, POJtX, VBAX A3TO KAXB St. Both prieatb weaio only recently orAll. Xlads of gmoksd aetata ami dained, and tlier relatives 308 EAST JEFFERSON STREET friends vWi them Godspeed in theft holy calMug. , BROOK AND BLOOM SAILS H! FOR HOME. s Euneva Cigar Hcrm Pcrfccto Schrocr's Smokers 300 . BROADWAY Pa&ick J. Hayea wl .return from (UNION MADE) Stater Mary Joseph. ww laid to Rome 4a itikne to offlotaie ad the of tble itetot ot St. Patrick nehb Saturday nuamAng n th cemHome Phone, City 6041 SSsterB of at the Cathedral mm, AJEorah 17. Acetery otf the Corniette Charity of & Vkicemt d Paul, in cording to a dtepwtdh from Naples SCHROER BROS. to mUl from St. Louis, .to Uio eervloe of which the Arcbbtehop w Manufacturers of FINE CIGARS order she hiad consecrated luar Ufa. Naples for New Yric on Maroh 1 641 BAST JBFFBRSON STREHT SWter Mwy, Jo&sph. wa MMa N&llte on' the steamer PaArJa; SISTER MARY JOSEPH. Grace Moat Rer. ArchbteWop bn The Rev. Francis A. Keihoo, pasPIANO TUNER eod Greernwood, tor of St. Anthony's church, Belle-vu1b ill at h"s ihome, 320 Poplar obreet. West 866 1020 EilST BURNETT AVENUE It was eatd Tuesday by City 8C6 members of lh!s hbuHcJiold that ho Homo Phone, City 8398 & was in a. crltiical condition as a result of an attack of pnoumonfa. Ho City Elevator and Warehouse was to ihave been the celobraint of City 6910 Res., Shawnee 1863-Hay, Grain and Feeds the mass at the funeral eervnices of Wb brother, the Rev. Thomas N. Sullivan Co. Keihoo, of Ludflow, on Saturday, but The Home of "Quality Feeds" Incorporated seMous illness ho because of 122 N. FOURTH ST. AND was unable io attend. TRANSPORTATION, 213 N. FIFTEENTH ST. GENERAL TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND ARCIIOONFILVTERNITY. "HAYRIDE PARITES" Home, City 4990 On Palm Sunday, March 20, tho Cumb., Main 490 1129 WEST MAIN STREET Paws'onist fathers of the Sacred Heart Retreat; on tho Nowfburg road PALACE CLEANERS & DYERS HAMBLY BROS. SHOE BTOIUM etBhl!eh the Thrd. Order of wlH Incorporated tho Paetfonteta, and OftthoWo in all All Kinds ef Footwear For Mm .parts of the. city may ibooome mem- EXPERT CLEANERS OF LADIES Whole Family AND GENTLEMEN'S WEARING bers. Application blanks may be secured atf. Uie S&cred Hoairt ReAPPAREL Tiro HAMBLY'8 Store treat. Many spiritual benefits are ARTHUR H. ROHMANN, Manager Mtk aad Portland. ikaw. 17H derived from membership In this lIHk and Miigaaiw S. W. Cor. Third and Walnut; Sta. cbttfnatemtty. OMr 7114 Twenty-eight- h FLORIST Cut Flowers, Designs, Plants JOHN ASSENT Oscar Farmer Sons L ta Transfer i O a V ft Zi jfacaroBmDcoKrsr xwtxn RECENT JDEATHS. .Ai&rraroA:-- ; Bacon a son "" INCORPORATED ' Rent a Royal Electric Cleaner We dive and Redeem 5urety Coupons. DO YOU KNOW ABOU7 OUR mmmmmHpmmmfHHmmmSlrirflkmlSSHflH HOUSEHOLD CLUB PLAN? A Convenient and Dignified Methoa of Purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred Payments. method are features el t The r coavealence la b lag parchases without aay eoaslderaMo outlay of cash. The advantage of baying oa the Club Plaa daring oar Tsriom sales AT SAIi PRICES. Whatever Is the price of the goods to a cash or a charge customer, that la also the price to a Household Club Flan customer. There in positively ao advance. oat-tadt- To Help You With Your Gleaning Phone Us Now. Childers Elect. Co. Incorporated 333-33- 5 City WEST MAIN ST. 135-M- nin ag OMEGA GLEANING, DYEING, PRESSING. REPAIR WORK. Mrs. Nellie Broderick. Prop's. All work called for and delivered. Hats cleaned and blocked. "All we ask is a trial." 426 E. CALDWELL Phone City 1419. ST. There are no "confidential arrangement." Is Is ooadacted apon an open basis with a 'fixed schodale of rates. The first payments and the monthly payments are the same to all. 4)MtM&Q4t&&M&44 J SURETY COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS High Class Furniture AT LOWEST PRICES. COST C. P. A. EXECUTIVE Efficiently and practically taught within 5. to 10 months by the largest and oldest exclusively accounting school. No previous knowledge ot accounting necessary. day or Local coaching service evening a special I. A. S. feature. Call telephone, or write for Book No. 10, telling you how to increase your income and prepare during spare time at home for greater opportunities ahead. INTERNATIONAL ACCOUNTANTS 513 REALTY BUILDING Main 2311 Office Open Until 8:30 P. M. 'ACCOUNTING SOCIETl Carpets, Stoves and Ranges. Lace Curtains and Linoleums. City 7172 wife ot Jotaeph. Spanlnger, Dn Tuesday afternoon at tho residence ot her motiher, Mrs. Mary Curran, Be1913 "Wefct Jefferaon street. sides her hu&b&fid, Mm Spanlnger son, Joseph R, Spandnger; leaves a brother, Jalm. Curran, and two Bisters, Misses Anna and Julia. Curran, to whom fe extended tho sympathy of many friends. Funeral cervices took place yesterday morning- at St. John's phurcU. Rev. Faither Schuhmaan celebrating tho requiem .high mass. The funeral ot James W. Mannlx, an old and respected member ol Holy Name parlsfhi, was held Satur day morning, attended by many old friends. Ho is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Catherine 'O'Brien, Mrs. Joseph H. Werner, Mrs. E. J. Hagan and Miss EManor Mannilx: two eons, Thomas J. Mmnix and Juntos F. 'Mannlx, and one sister, Mrs. Kate Moyniihan. Hugh J. Lawler, Sr passed away Monday night at lite home, 1527 Lytlo street, leaving many who mourn his dotan. Deceased had reached a ripo odd ago and had lived an exemplary life. His place Wednesday funerafl took morning from St. Patrick's church, a host ot loyal friends! assisting at the requiem mass! Monday morning the funeral of Mrs. Louise iSchupp, wife of Joseph Schupp, 1007 Lydla street, was held from St. Elizabeth's church. Surviving her are her parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Bronger, and several broithers and sisters. Her death is mourned by a wide circle of neighbors and friends. The funeral of Margaret A. beloved wife of William 2509 Magazine street, was held Monday morning from St, Cliarles was Deceased church. e years old and was held in high esteem in 'the West End, where sho had spent the greater part of her life. Thursday morning ithe funeral of Ernest A. Kleler, aged beloved husband ot Anna M. Kleler, 900 South Twelfth street, was held from Sacred Heant church. Rev. Father "Walsh celebrating the requiem mass, which was largely . Ma-lon- Frloada and reJwttres were deeply grieved when they teamed of tihe death ot Mrs. Mary Sponlnger, bo-lov- Screened Coal PROTECTED FROM 1 1 ICEANDSNOW Eastern Ky. Block, Eastern Ky.Mine Run Western Ky. Lump, Western Ky. Nut, $9.25 $6.00 $.725 $7.00 il I HERMAN STRAUS rouRTH Avenue jvcamosavza SONS market street r J; i We Give and Rtdcera Oeld Trading Stamps. Geo. Miller, Jr., Coal Co. Twenty-Sixt- BOYS' SUITS Elevator and Yards and Howard h Shawnee 11 West 049 $10 We are offering vou these Suits ;; at a very special price, just toadver--; tise our Boys' Department. These Suits are made of good woolen mate-!- ! terials, splendidly tailored and fin-- ; ished. iTHE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW, i City 11S4. '?tfV V' V KECO HQOCB CO, 4 $ W, em s w k muviwi jn r tut a y. aay mmkm wn r( at. -r- m. X e, e, Ladies, Avoid the Rush LADIES, AVOID Ma-lon- THE RUSH $10 Where the QuicK Meal Comes In Where the homo brightest ; Where the work la UAMES GREENE IMM Mt it Ernest Oatey Drug Co. Incorporated SERVICE, PROMPTNESS AND ACCURACY Bardstown Bond and Longest Ave. Highland 11 C9 East 91G8 - ttf tt1t4wtAAAAAAAAAA'4)4 -- 415, 417 and 419 East Market St. SWISS CLEANINGOF- Home Phono, Parkway BO Cumb. Phono, South 923 5- -J MEN'S SUITS With Minor Repairs Free Saves Buying. FRED WARNS, JR. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST TAYLOR AND BERRY BLVDS. TELEPHONE YOUR DRUG WANTS Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed. Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS INCORPORATED Oflico 017 South Fourth. Plant 009 South Sixth. DON'T FORGET THAT GRAYV0N AIXMEN Sanitary Milk Co. ZNOOXrOBAVBD. Every Sunday afternoon and evenSOFT DRINKS, CIGARS, ETC. ing during the remainder of the Lenten season at St. Xavler's Gym1000 WEST BROADWAY nasium motion picture admirers will City 4540 Cumb. West 9366 see "The Eternal Light," portraying the saddest, the most tragic and the subllmest story in 'all the world. In this beautiful Passion play the JOHN B. WATHEN part ot Our Lady Is portrayed with FURNITURH MOVING AND a sweetness, 'tenderness and dignity beyond words to tell. PACKING The tre mendous world tragedy, the CruciTwentT-f- c SSO South W. fixion, Is witnessed with breathless Bha-- oe 1986 Waat interest. LONG DISTANOH HAULING TRY BORGMAN'S CHILE Bring your last year's hat to us early and save money by having it reblocked In the newest shape. Wo Have Forty New Shapes To Select From Our method of reblocking, cleaning and dyeing has proven a great success. Our forty years of business is our guarantee. When you bring your hat to us you are bringing it to a reliable Louisville concern and you will got the best attention. FALLS CITY' STRAW WORKS RUSSELLVILLE. 713 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Patrick Ryan, Sr., seventy years North Side old, died Wednesday ait a (hospital in Nashville following an operation PROGRESSIVE WORK Tuesday. He was master mechanic for the L. and N. raiHirood in FOR PROGRESSIVE PEOPLE years, and tor twenty-fiv- e was hold in high esteem in the We Heartily Recommend tho community whore lie resided. He Is Co. survived by flils widow and four children. Pat Ryan., Jr., and John BOTH PHONES 299 Ryan, JUissollvIlle; Mrs. John MENDING DONE FREE Hannan, Nashville, and Tom Ryan, Earlington. Funeral servlceg were held Friday at the Sacred Heart OSTRADER & HARRIS ohurch, of which deceased had been a faithful member. PHARMACY No. 2 MAGNIFICENT MASTERPIECE.. EIGHTEENTH AND MADISON STS. sixty-tonsixty-thre- e, d. Rus-seilvll- le Ughtet; Progress Laundry Where the meal is cooked best; Where the range stand tMt lTiafg where the "Quick Heal" comes Where work U doaej Where cook lag m real f Where bald g (Itm light; am Where --radge right where That'i "Quick Heal" m la-tailed Qslck Maal GaaRaalea Sold, M and II1I Iy ncomtBdcJ LOUISVILLE, KY. GEHER iv SON, w. market """M,M'M,M'a,"M""-' -- st. THE NAME KENTUCKY & INDIANA PRODUCTS COMTANY MEANS Country Style Sausage Company 121 Manufacture EAST JEFFERSON ST. Used To Make HOME KILLED MEATS Give Us A TrinI And Bo Convinced AVE ARE Wo Deliver Anywhere in tho City Homo Phono, City 4338 Sausage Like Mother PURE PASTEURIZED MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS BUTTER A SPECIALTY The customer will know that you watch his interests if you sell K. & I. PRODUCTS i UNION FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERS KENTUCKY AND INDIANA PRODUCTS CO. Incorporated JACKSON AND FEHR.AVENUE BOTH PHONES B ROBERT EMMET BRANCH. Tho regular monthly meeting of the Robert Emmet Branch of the Amrlcan Association for Recognition, of the Irish Republic will be heldl next Tuesday night at Holy Rosary Hull, South Fourtih street. Questions of vital Interest will bo discussed and also a number of important Betters wild be read. All members and ithe general public are Invited to be present Rev. John O'Connor will preCALLED TO HEAVEN. Demling's Pharmacy DRUGGISTS YOUR PATRONAGE & SOUTHERN MILK Tirap Phono Parkway Jj TkU Tirfn J for Front oniFMr oj Ford Comtuf dot Cars. 4262 fiSssLi SHOCK ABSORBERS -- IS THE (I HOME A. L. OF PURE WILL BE APPRECIATED PARKWAY 113 M'Mliv Mutton il inn) f.lbi'ri) .Main SI73 oeeiM-t-MQRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH,) PROP. KY. City HASSLER SALES CO. 2712 ASK YOUR GROCERS." AULBACH JOINS YANKEES. Phone-- Joe Aulbach, star amateur pitcher on. the local lots last year, left Saturday alto moon for Sbroveport, where ha will join ithe New York BAKER AND CONFECTIONER Yankees and endeavor to climb tho processional ladder of 'fame. Joe OE CREAM pitched fourteen straight winning games for SU Xavler's Alumni last HOME PHONE, CITY 0574 Eea&on and his work in .the elmlnn-tio- n 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET scries was enthusiastically ap plauded. He as a Louisville boy. In his early boyhood he attended St. Vincent do Paul School an Shelby street. Later, In 1911, he wont to St, Xavler'e College, on Broadway. He remained there for ' Make your home hospitable and attrac four years and it! was while in attendance at this Institution that his tive this winter by the the addition of baseball ability "was brought to correct lighting. attractive and light. In 1919 Joe commanded, the attention of ithe baseball Cans ot PORTABLES, PLOOR LAMPS, LIGHTING FURNITURE tho city when he pitched fine ball with the St. Saviors Alumni team In tho Twiin City League, but It was not until last year 'that no .team on tho (local sand lots could wrest a victory from him. Last August, in KOORPOIU.TD the St. Xavier-K- . and I. game of tho City 897 local elimination, series, at least 528 WEST JEFFERSON Main 1800 5.000 people witnessed Ids work. Wringer. Universal Farm Lighting Plants. Crystal Electric Washer and Among these was Joe Kelley, New York American scout, wjho saw Joe immediately after the ilnteresting g game, had a HARYEY-JELLIC- O talk with him and later sent him a contract. After Joe received the contract, on ithe advice of Brotihesr (XNCOBFOXAl Benjamin, (principal ot St Xavler's, he signed up, and now faces a Service. The Company With the Coal and the career which promises to be a most one. A.. successful GUNN side. MAKE GOOD. I Funeral I SOI THEAST Director land 8io. Embalmer Brighten Up Electrically! years Sister Mary Plus, ft'd, of tho Ursullne Sisters, avteach-e- r in St Joseph's Academy, Daviess county, died Tuesday as the result ot blood poisoning, fallowing a nose operation two weeks ago. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Frank Dunbar, ot Reed, Hender son county, and was a favorite with both. Sisters end pupils of Mrt. St. Joseph's. thirty-fiv- e t DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. semi-monthl- ELECTRIC SPECIALTY COMPANY The regular meet ing of the Daughters of Isahella will take place tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at Knights of Columbus Hall. The proceedings will be in teresting, and therefore all members aire iii'ged. .to attend. y LAETARE SUNDAY. Tomorrow will ho Laetare Sun day, which marks the middle of Lenlt It Ha at ithAs time that Notre Dame University announces upon whom the Laetaro medal for 1921 will be conferred, an order of thie highest order. FORTY HOURS. St. Ann's and St. Ellaabeth churches are tlie next n the city to nave ithe PTonty Hours devotions. They wffl, hegln wth "Che ihtgih mass toiporrow morning, continuing till Tuesday. COAL CO. Station and culture In life impose obligations upon their fortunate possessors. The affluent and educated are expected to ho models of conduct for the edification and emulation of their neighbors. "Noblesse oblige." If social position imposes obligations upon its holders, with much more reason does the profession of the Catholic faith require the professors to be exomplars of private virtue and public decency, in order that they may avoid giving scondai, and In order that their example may be an influence for good in the comunity. Religion oblige. How Catholics can indulge In tho modern dance, with its lasciviously Buggestlve movements, or how Catholic women can expose their persons In the aittlre of the we can not for tlie life of us understand. .Such conduct reflecjts. unjustly, upon tho church and upon the mombers of tho told. It to as unjust as it is unbecoming. It is an abominable scandal. Catholic Telegraph. high-horn, less-favor- ed THOMAS KEEN AN 1529 WEST MARKET STREET .0llM ;;both phones CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS, 88 .CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071.y jMWWWUVWWWWWWVVWWWUWmvuUUMW XfO&ra PHONE demi-mond- e, how-ov- er J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. f I ng fifteen-Innin- CALLS FOR TRUCE. 822 JEOt-L- St party, Tho Yards located at Fifteenth and Magnolia. Yard at First and Yard and Elevator, Pope and Payne Street! . Both Phones at All J ards. P. MttMM. HATS MADE OVER. H. J. WWW. PnHUHtMri HtMfW. ., Wn ftw. MiTrM. IP. JfcWM BANNON aa Cmlvirt Ftp, PIPE In Sttaa Caaimlts.1 CO.; i ! aaata's Fattat Llaaei Flat WllCpla,DrlaTll,VltTitrk, Brick J j FfM FrMtatf, WOKN-TUrta- Grata aaa BUr Tll, Flra Clay, Cairns? Tft. OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. MAIN 07. PHONES CITY Mi-- tk a Manila. Wiwr- ia- wtf tlM 11-,- F- Tho Falls Cbty ,Sbrw Works Jb SPECIAL MEETING. a growing Louisville busftneea concern. The managenterast has had BRITISH BOYCOTT FAILURE. re- many years experience in. the There nvill be a special meeting blocking, cleaning ana ayasag 01 ot Division 4, A. O. H next Monday John McCormack, tho American ladles' and cldldrea's hats and has evening to anmnfee for St Patrick's proven a great puccoss. They own day entertatan8t which w&l ho tenor, made his first appearance at held in Bertnand HaM, au Monte Carlo since h& arrival in and operate (their own Europe three months ago and had having been engaged dn thte work success, enjoying Ja MISSION AT READING. for forty years. Ladles' will do well tremendous to take last year's hato to a .reliable many encores. Certain English vis concern whiere they will receive the Father Leandflr, C. P., Of the Sa- itors tried to boycott tho sale ot cred Heant Rtitaaat, left lat weak tickets for his concert at the leadbeet attention. tor Reading, Ck, where he is ing hotels, but failed to influence a mltauto- -f 4a tdte church ot even the bulk of their own people, EASTER ENTERTAINMENT. Lady ot itS hUB-vo- sB, con-duong held in Central Hall, London, passed a resolution calling on the Government to establish a truce of God in Ireland. Tho resolution was offered by Miss Virginia. Crawford, tho well known social writer and municipal councillor, who spoke on her recent experiences .in Ireland. at a great public meeting Catholic Woman's Suffrage 4tiUMUVtUtnWWMiVX Maia irreet. I IMIIHlllllilllMtMMIM1mtl)IHtHHUM DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, ! Fiinornl ; nirortnrc anrf Fmhalmore 2098-- a : Cumb. Mala Home City 2908 X 4HMIIHIll4HnMIMMHMHIIIMMWMMI Ml. ! ! aa IIHI ftf CATHOU0 AIRMEN. Lieut. Far an Eaatw emtor'b.met3.t in Trinity d Lieut. Ktoor, Counou twM on uueeaay areeraoon ot the fomoua JbaHooo adventure, wAtSi THIItrlUanrOh 29. n.,,1 are .Catherka, IJaai Kloor heteg a Council of the reerea-iB-te 'and otihs enJtertain-- j rrwr.ntxw of ou Knights "of CnpHW. nw- -t. - Vnampna rrua nimrch BuHd-kiTJ.rnri.ft chUTCh Fund of St. Will tdVS Our fiacned Heart. PM . and Ihe magnificent Casino Theater was flied with a mixed audience applauded the who rapturously great tenor, whose volceand method alike have Improved since he was last heard in London in pre-wdays. ar D. L. DirectorB.X Funeral imbalmer amd . lU--i SIlt-T- . D T1T-7- 1 un .! l kSS-- . il.