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Kentucky Irish American: March 17, 1921 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1921 kec1921031701_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: March 17, 1921 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. IDU TO'HMOKI mNMWVATttNSTMC Um Yu'Mm Mm4 la a, 4 HARDWARE im irk umm n. Ntk W. Market St. IhIjiW. PktMS 432 3aa Kf. Kentucky Irish American 12. Smith and the present misfit administration. Realizing that Smith's administration has been a failure, tho machine has determined to make tho near Mayor earn tho promised position of President of tho Water Company in tho event of success this fall. Ho has been directed to Btart an alibi campaign and tho first gun of "please don't blajne us" began in the machine .organ, the Herald, appearing last week with a page of alibis for the failure of camou-- J Smithy s administration, flaged by talk on the commission form of government. In referring to his Keystone police department tho near Mayor truthfully said: "The most frequent and successful attack is made upon the police department." Thus Smithy acknowledges that the attacks are "successful" because Ahoy are true. Tho people of Louisville know that tho unheard-o- f reign of crime in Louisville dan bo charged to the incompolice, and they petent Btreet-ca- r also know that in Louisville's long history there was never as many stories of drunken police shooting scrapes, otc., supplemented by fighting and drunken Keystonors right in Now If near the police stations. Mayor Smith Wants to "explain" his administration to tho public we suggest that ho throw some light on the following questions: AVhy did lie recede from ills platform promise of lower tnves nnd give us the highest rate in Louis ville's history? AVhy does he permit the Republi can Campaign League, with J. II. Scnles ns ngenr, to collectt campaign money from police, firemen nnd city emplojes nfter pledging that lie was oppocd to it? AVhy did ho allow tho Ilert- machine to bar Police Captain Bennett from n city or county position nfter promising n delegation of ministers nnd tho grand jury thnt ho would retain Cnpt. Bennett? AVhy did lie denounco horse racing publicly nnd then attend tho races Jn company with A. T. Hcrt at New Orleans? AVhy does ho favor n raise In rates for tho 'phono companies and not the street crfr company? How much money has been collected for violntion of the overtime auto paiking law, Adhere is that fund now, and what is It to bo used for? Now if near Mayor Smith will explain some of the above pertinent questions to tho taxpayers he will go a long ways toward explaining the weaknesses of his administration. Of course there are hundreds of like questions but tho above aro uppermost In tho minds of the Bearcy-Chllto- n Jlftt jl IP """"" HOME nmt: M MM Krery Driver an Bsoort 1800 LoaluilfiTufciklTrMffirto Incorporate VOLUME XLVI.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1921. PRICE FIVE CENTS. of respite from tho rigors of Lenten observance, religious exercises are to play a largo part in its observance. Besides the services already mentioned there will bo high masses i in honor of Ireland's Apostle at the Cathedral on Fifth street, the Pray Monday Mornlnp: in Dublin Sacred Heart church, St. Louis Holy Name, Holy Cross, St. When Irish Patriots Aro Francis of Rome, St. John's, St. Columba's, St. Philip Nerl's, St. Executed. Paul, St. Cecilia's, St. Brlgid's St. St, Agnes, St, Williams, and James, REPUBLICAN Governor Attempts Another Grand Stand Tlay In Negro Lynching Case. THOUSANDS Ber-trand- 's, IF ST. PATRICK WERE HERE TODAY . it Near Mayor Smith Shoved Forward To Make Alibi Statements churches. la a number special sical programmes havo been yW"' also at tho Gorman Catholic mu- City .Stops In for Failures. ' Tho .Front W ftf AW5' i S?r V .0 ) JUBILEE AT BELFAST. Archdeacon Convery, V. G., of St. Paul's church, Belfast, who with Bishop Macltory is directing the distribution of the American relief fund among Mho expelled Belfast workers and sufferers In the Diocese .of Down and Connor, has just eel ebrated his golden jubilee. He was presented with an Illuminated address by the Council of tho St. Vincent de Paul Society of "Down and Connor and the Ladles' Association of Charity. The Archdeacon has been an outstanding figure In the ec clesastical and political life of the diocese for half a century and has during that time rendered eminent country, services to Church .and Since his ordination fifty years ago ho has spent nil his time, with the exception of ten years, In Belfast. In tho year 1S74 wlfcn he was ap pointed curate to St. Joseph's tho parish church was a disused grain store. Four years later, after ho had becomo parish priest, ho had tho satisfaction of starting and bringing to completion a splendid now church. Ho was responsible also for the erection of other churches and of a number of schools. "The onomles of our peo ple," ho says, "hate the school more than tho cnurcu; and it is our bounden duty to hold fast by our schools and to see that the children of our peoplo aro thoroughly grounded In the teachings of their religion." In thanking the bodies from whom ho received the con gratulatory address he paid a high tribute to the fervor of Belfast Catholics nnd to the generosity with which they had supportod the Propagation of the Faith and foreign missions, notably those to Nigeria and China. GREETING nnd Sceno of Prison Impressive. , All AVork 3a The Machine Will Pick Ticket out Help or Suggestion From With- ffiw 1m7IaA JJ InCl ft ft Men AVcro Hanged In Pairs .' at Intervals of an Hour. Voters. KEYSTONE COPS MAKE ItAn?. IRELAND IS DEEPLY STIRRED. The lynching of the negro Jame3 at Versailles once again gave our g Governor a phance to rush to the footlights, but it Is glad to note that Ills melodrama porformanco didn't cause the death of many Innocent persons, as was the case at Lexington last year. In the Lexington Incident ho was warned not to send the negro Lockett to Lexington for trial, Lockett then being confined in the Reformatory at Frankfort. Lockett had raped and murdered Geneva child, and Elartlaman, a the people of Central Kentucky were aroused as never before. But "Howdy Ed" chose to play to the galleries, the negro was brought to face the angry citizens from miles around, and all know tho result. Innocent men and bystanders were killed and thore are orphans at Lexington and Paris today because of that mistake. The Paris Democrat said 'then that tho samo mistake would never occur again during Morrow's term, and here just thirteen months after the Lockett case that prediction came true. The people did not wait for tho grandstand piny this time. Old "Howdy Ed" has rushed to the footlights of course, ranting about "?25,000 rewards," "law and order," etc., and removed the Versailles Jailer, but no one takes Morrow seriously now, and in the event anyone was sent to prison, judging .from recent cases, no one need stay inside the walls, as the "reform" management doesn't seem particular about keeping prisgallery-playinld B " Jo- - : He would find more snakes to drive out of Ireland. sJiA APOSTLE OF IRELAND r . FOR CARDINAL. t taitp HtoEni-- j ''killing- has to admlro the courage of Inence arrives at Broad street sta Dublin In the Democratic ranks there is on November 21 last. Kentucky Racing Association for lots of enthusiasm and sentiment the tion a large delegation of ecclesi- Whelan's two brothers arc in the calling "Howdy ought to force tho mombors of the Its stand recently in and laymen will receive him. United States, one of them In the astics Ed's" bluffs and bluster dn tho men's and women's committees to This reception will be followed by a American army. The other four Hero is the story. agree on a plan of harmony and a Louisville Will Begin the Day With Impressive Ceremonial at St. Patrick's, Holy Name, parade of parochial Floyd case. organizations men to die, Frank Flood, Bernard Floyd was a deputy under Sheriff Chairman. ovening Ryan, Thomas Bryan and Patrick alone Broad street. In tho Tho card of Attorney Ross of Jefferson county, and in a V. AV. Davies In withdrawing was a civic celebration will be held In the Doyle, were accused ot participating the Cathedral, Sacred Heart, St. Louis Bertrand and Other boss for a manly one and is right In lino political battle deserted his Metropolitan Opera House. Officials in an ambuscade near thero In Janmachine. with his fair deal speech of threo the ot tho National Government and of uary, in which one member ot tho Churches and Appropriate Music. All concede that Floyd wasn't years ago at the State and city will attend and attacking party was killed. when Tyler strong tin political olrcles and was he advocated tho even Hotel and addrer.3 this gathering. On the day The atmosphere of the city Is rife break an g it Is planned with anxiety and expectation ot deafter his never considered as having tho fair deal for every Democratic gaththat His Eminence will review a velopments to follow the hanging. slightest power or control with any ering or primary. It Is a pity proc&slon ot thousands of children Except for a fow lorryloads of miltaction. Yet ho wps taken up by that an aggressive and manly Demoof on the rifles Gov. Morrows as a personal aldo crat like Mr. Davies "was not able HIBERNIANS AT BERTRAND HALL-SACR- ED CONCERT AT ST. PATRICK'S of tho parochial schoolsalso the arch- itary ready" alert with conspicu-at On this day he will, "the diocese. there was a and literally forced on tho Kentucky to stay in the contest. The names as Cardinal, sing his first pontifical ous absence of Crown forces on tho Racing Association as a patrol Judge of M. O. Curd, C. Leo Cook and AV. mass In hi's own see at Sts. Peter streets and not an unarmed soldier dollars a 0. Head aro being mentioned frent n salary of twenty-fiv- e and Paul Cathedral. was visible. arose between" quently for the honor and either day. Contention Not slnco the executions following Patrol Judge Floyd and the horse would make a formidable race. Dr. HEART ATTACK FATAL. Church of Our Lady, of which tho In every part of the wotld a litthe 191 C uprisings, with the posmen. Judge Price anu the otnor H. E. Mechlins, tho well known athRev. Martin O'Connor Is the pastor, worn today sible exception ot tho hanging ot club officials, all of whom are well letic referee and popular Democrat, tle bit of green Is being 'focused on Mrs. Ellen Mooney Keane, 1305 Keven Barry Id November ilast for ' tho feast of tho great Apostle of known and regarded highly by the announces today for Shorift, and and more attention Ismoment Ireland will bo celebrated this year AA'est Madison street, widow ot the an attack on a military escort, has than public, took up the matter and "Doc's" canvass in a primary or Ireland at this present as pernaps never before, and the late John J. Keane, was stricken Ireland been more profoundly reprimanded general election will add plenty of at any time in her long and event-Is after . investigation, public Is cordially invited. Tho cel ill Monday night while walking at stirred. Although C o'clock had been history ful history. Ireland's Floyd. Floyd immediately reported "pep." Many believe that Mrs. more familiar to the outside world Thirteenth and Jefferson streets, fixed for tho execution of the first ebration will open with a solemn to Gov. Morrow that he had been John L. AVoodbury as a Democratic and her plea for freedom since tho high mass at 8:30 o'clock In tho and died a few minutes later In a pair. It was not until S:20 that the "called down" by the racing associa- candidate for Tax Commissioner war has won her many friends in morning. The" receipts of both nearby house to which sho had been crowd know the fate of the prls- tion officials. Now you will pcc would bo a wise movo as sho Is a every land who recognize lher claims morning and evonlng services will taken by a daughter, Miss Mary oners. No hint reached tho watchjust how liljr a man our Governor woman of ability and splendid po- for justice. The cry for freedom of go to tho American fund for the Keane. Mrs. Keano had loft her ing multitude of tho grim proceedHo rushes headlong Into the litical campaigner. Is. benefit of sufferers In? Ireland. An house to visit Mrs. Catherine Healy, ings going on in a distant wing of all small nation's was a solemn controversy and threatens dire diselaborato programme has beea ar- 1820 High street, whoso husband, the big prison, but hourly, beginThe Keystono polico were made promise made by England and all ranged for the evening at 7:30, Martin HeaVy, died Sunday. Sur- ning at G o'clock, tho rosary was re- - . aster to the men who had dared the victims of bold crooks again of the Allied nations when the great sons, Joseph, cited. But for a number of question his friend Floyd, and a this week when the safo of tho war was on, and that promise has when there will bo an imposing viving her are flvo and Paul procession of tho parish sodalities, James, AVIlllam, John Chicago sporting sheet Tvent so far Boston Shoo Company was blown been, fulfilled in every instance with voices and tho occasional sob each one wearing a green scarf. Keano; four daughters, Mrs. Ed ot a woman, profound silence was as ito say that Morrow demanded in broad daylight, this being tho the exception of Ireland. Tho sons Amlung and tho Misses Mary, Ella maintained. While tho procession Is In progress Shortly after posting tho removal of Judge Price and In second safe blown on Fourth ave- and daughters of Erin In every part the hymn tp tho great saint will bo and Beatrice Keane, and by two of a notice that tho executions had flaring headlines said that Floyd nue in two weeks, and incidentally of the globe shed their blood and James Keane been carried out the vast gathering sung with violin and organ accom- brothers. Martin and would be the next presiding judgo It was a shoe store In the other gave of their means for the light for paniment. Also there will be an Mrs. Keano was a. regular attend dispersed silently, many later at- of tho Kentucky tracks. But here case. Of courso the Keystono cops freedom of all small nations and eloquent eulogy on St. Patrick, to ant at St. Patrick's church, from tending tho funeral ot Patrick Recently the have no clue as there was no snow they were Inspired with tho thought the worhi turned. bo followed by benediction, Doyle's twin baby. Mts. Doyle, in and whoro tho funeral takes place. Kentucky Racing Association met, on the ground. Two of Capt. that Ireland was included has mat blessing with tho holy rolic of Erin's not with the other twin In her arm, throw the gauntlet down to Morrow Jimmy Cunningham's street car list. Since tho war Ireland DONATED TO CHARITY. great saint. promised visited her husband on Sunday to by "firing" Floyd outright. "IWwdj men made notable raids this week, only been denied that say goodby. Ed" has taken his medicine meekly however, in tho Sixth district, raid freedom and Justice, but today 6he Rev. Dr. William A. Scullen has Mrs. Bryan, who was taken sudA muslcalo and literary enteras ho knows tho coming Legislature ing kids' marble games at Oak and is undergoing murderous pereeecu-tio- n the tainment will be Division 4, Ancient been appointed administrator ofFar- - denly ill beforo her husband's senand tyranny unequalled by any rough St. Oathorlno streets, and in one of will be Democratic and his uruer of Hibernians, contribution will of tho late Bishop John P. Far- - tence was confirmed, waa not told similar caso In tho world's history, shod methods will be checked. "Bishop theso notable raids tho Koystoners and England, her persecutor, Is puruntil yesterday that ho was to bo to the celebration of St. Patrick's relly, of Cleveland. machine Is secured evidence two agates, elx Tho Sho was conveyed day. This will be .held In Bertrand relly left no personal estate," Dr, executed today. suing a barbarous and criminal confairly groaning with the troubles commenting on tho to the prison Sunday afternoon for four crystals. quest that and compare with tho Hall, Sixth street, near- - Oak, this Scullen said In surrounding it theso days and dies Some catch? In an uptown district savagery of will motet illiterate and evening at 8:15 o'clock. Tho pro- provisions of tho will. "His llfo a farewell visit. Every church was tho and Matt are growing Keystonors wore sent to uncivilized nation in history. Men, two of gramme will consist of Irish airs, was one of voluntary poverty, and crowded at masses celebrated after weary carrying, the arrest atho and man who had threo wives. women and children aro Shot in cold music and dances, and following the with the exception ot the small cost tho executions for tho reposo ot the APOSTLE OF IRELAND burden alone. Tobo, the big boss, The first Keystoners said to his blood, homes: are burned, towns and entertainment announcement will bo ot maintaining his personal homo souls of the six men. Is still groggy from his series of dis- partner, "AVoll, SI, we'll charge him industries destroyed and tho hypo"If your report," tho Lord Mayor made of the winner In the popular- and his meager personal require ' ments, Income as Bishop was appointments, first tho Cabinet po- with bigotry." Si answered; "By critical British leaders who prohas beea in used in hisaiding charltablo Instftu said, "that six members of the army Moore ity contest which Tara's Hall sition ithrow down and then the gosh, Hiram, Where's your educa- fessed to weep over Belgium's Violin Solo Selected progress since tho first o tho year. tions and purchasing equipment for of tho Irish Republic were hanged neglect to give him tho National tion, 'That- ain't bigotry, that' wrongs are responsible for theso Ave Maria (Tenor Solo and" today Is correct, It moans that sir A general admission of twenty-flv- o schools. Tho Bishop took great ot Republican Chairmanship. One can trigonometry.' " horror?. The sufferings and trials ... Chorus ) Millard cents will bo charged, and no re- pleasure in presenting needy Institu- more prisoners may war havo In been re. murdered and see .how hard it is for him to take result served seats will ibe sold. in Ireland today are acute and peo- Pro Peccatis (Stabat Mater) money. Ho never took prisals, which would bo a very re tions with an active Interest in ward politics ADD ST PAT ple of all classes are responding to (Baritone Softo) .Rossini COVINGTON'. Income mother's grettable thing. Only a fortnight and encourage tho Chesley Club Chairman James McTigho, of tho any of thoNashvlllo, from his and tho 'anneal for aid. Aromen and Organ (Offertory) Read Tenn., that ago a motion was mado in tho ' an- estato fa and tho Hurley Pope organizations. entertainment committee, (Tenor Tho school children of St. Pat- children aro dying for want of tho A Little Bit of Heaven property and proceeds from It King's bench, the highest tribunal, And to add to tho machine's trou- rick's bare necessities of mo and reuer Solo) Ball nounces tho following programme: already havo the church, Covington, observed for them must como quickly. reverted to tho dio- to quash a sentence ot death ImIn AMolin Solo bles not n single Federal appoint....Selected Gladys Ahlor, Dance That Naughty cese ot Nashville to ho used for ortho twentieth posed on- an Irish prisoner by a AValtz. ment outside that of Louisville dination, of anniversary of thoRev. Louisville today tho feast of St. Pat- The Radiant Morn (Choir) ...... papers purposes." In l, their' pastor, but it was voted down AVoodward Thos. M. Lamer, Song Tumbled filed with the will. Bishop Farrally's Postmaster will be nt Its disposal Thomas J. McCaffrey, on Tuesday rick will bo celebrated with an efon tho ground thai; tho civil court Down Shack at Atlone. By tho way, If Col. Petty receives fort to raise money for the relief of Address .... Rev. John T. O'Connor kin are given as Mrs. Mary ' evening of lasMveek a surprise WHegand Mtes Elizabeth Shelton, Song My next of McConnlck, of Shepardsvllle, had no jurisdiction, as a state o tho Postmastorsip we hope that ho entertainment and with presenting destltuto Ireland, and a sacred, con- O Salutaria . Moore by war existed in Ireland. No rulos oC cert will bo given under the aus- Tantum Ergo Irish Song of Songs. Rosel will not bo Imposed on as when him with a (handsome purso. Too Nazcivilized warfare permit tho execuAlice Francis Lueblg, Dance My Ky., and Sister Adelaide, ot As programme arranged tor tho occa- pices of tho choir at St. Patrick's Unfold Ye Portals (Redemption) given his present position. areth, Ky. Both aro cousins. tion ot prisoners of war. Tho Irish Mammy. church, Thirteenth and Market, this . Gounod Chief of Police he allowed the ma- sion was carried out in. first class FOCII CAN NOT COME. soldiers, having no facilities for Rev. David Maloney, Song Isle ot Sham chine to dostroy a competent force style, and was thoroughly enjoyed ovening, with an "address by Holy March (Violin and Organ) ........ holding prisoners, havo disarmed rock. John T. O'Connor,, pastor of of police and fill their places with by, all thoso present. Marshal Foch will bo unable to Name church. Tho soloists will bo St. Patrick's day, always an oc Miss, Helen Lamer, Song Go Feath carry out his plan to visit tho United "British soldiers captured by them conductors, "yap" motormen and and then released them. Only ofer xour west. Fred AVells, A, Antoninl, M. Cuslck, casion of Joy to tho heart of the spring, acwho have earned wldo If not unGIVEN IRISH WHITE CROSS. AVm. Coakley and Edward Hubbuch. truo Son. of Erin and his descendSong When Irish States somo time thtei received by ficers of high rank wero held prls- - f Carl AVeldon, cording to a mossago enviable tame as Louisville's Keyoners, but they havo been treated Eyes aro Smiling. Prof. Leo A. Schmltt will preside at ants, the conditions now existent in James A. Flaherty, Supremo Knight with every respect and courtesy due stone comedy cops. If appointed Tho sum of 160,000 has been 'the organ, assisted 'by Edwin the Isle ot Saints will tend to tinge Jos. Hill Recitation. "Press-iln- g Postmastor we hope that Petty will over to Irish prelates by tho Bohmor on the violin. Tho follow- the spoken word of the orators Thos. Burke, Song That Old Irish of tho Knights ot Columbus. messago their rank. matters of state," the not carry the Keystone regimo Into turned (Quaker) Unit onsagod In ing is the programme: of with Borrow and the tuneful airs Friends said, wdulld 'prevent the trip. When RARE CHURCH BELT0. (Violin four mail service. But'io another rollef work la Ireland for use by the Ovorture (Irish Aira) Ithe loved land will contain a strain 'The acoompanlsts will bo Ray the Lafayette statue was dedicated source of trouble for the ..AVteavor of grief. Douglas, Organ) .....:.....: Mary Leo Cralle, Marshal Foch said ho wanted to and Irish White Cross, James Still, be th& situation mond Collins, Miss In thev tower of St. Francis bosses. Judge Huston unit .treasurer, reported In wireless Nature's praise of God (Choir) what it may,' no true Son of Gael Miss 'Margaret Wagner. Mrs. J. join tho United States Quln refused to accept the Repub- advices received In. Boston Saturday ..., BoHhoven would aMow St. Patrick's day to Schuster, Miss Laureen 'English and visit the ot Columbus, and do not Xavler's churoh, Vlncennes, Ind M w,ho Knights a silver bell which is said to have lican nomination for Mayor when by the Massachusetts branch of the Marche BrllHante (Organ) , pass without paying his tribute ot AVm. Pllcher, Jr. initiate members abroad. He still been first rung on tho signing of Um Lowden devotion to the great patron, and ot be saw that lie was expected to go American Committee lor Keller in intends to come, It is said, as soon Declaration ' ot Amerlaca In4 "" on the stump and defend. near Mayor iretand. The Harp that once through At the love to his motherland, While St, Patrick's Is to be one as his duties will permit. pondence.- t One" thinking-public. oners in. - Today the Sons and Daughters of Erin and Their Friends the World-OveWill Honor Glorious St. Patrick and at Religious Services Offer Fervent 1 Vi Prayers For Suffrine;PeoDle. . f .'juwanhv. ,tntfc, - .,. .vua.Jtt.Cx l' i4'BPtB88B1U4H I -- - Cardinal Dougherty, on his return to Philadelphia, will bo greeted with a great demonstration of welcome, in which all the clergy of tho city and many from other parts of the archdiocese and thousands of members of the Tcliglous and fra ternnl societies In his jurisdiction par-t-Wbe- Six prisoners, convicted of complicity with tho killing ot British intelligence officers and members ot tho Crown forces in Ireland, were executed in Mount Joy Prison Mon- day morning. Tho men were hanged in pairs at intervals ot an hour, Twenty thousand people gathered outside the prison during the hours that tho executions wero going on anda!,Wvork ,n tho clty stopped 'clock"2,"11 1 Even the was closed and telegraph service was suspended. The sceno In front ot the prison was impressive. The crowd began assembling at dawn and by G o'clock tho prison yard was packed. An hour later the crowd had filled the roadway leading to tho prison and nil the abutting streets. An altar had been improvised near tho prison dors, and on tho walls and trees in the prison yard sacred images and pictures had been orected.t Everywhere candles wero burned, scores of, persons in tho heart of tho dense throng holding them aloft throughout the long vigil. Hero and there priestB or women led In prayers or hymns, In which everyone Joined earnestly. Hundreds kneeling in tho roadway wero forced to rise when an armored car forced its war through tho crowd. From 5 o'clock in the morning It had moved back and forth In front of tho prison. On the root ot the jail overlooking the entrance a cast iron sentry box ' had been erected overnight, from which a soldier kept careful watch on tho crowd. Two ot the mon executed, Patrick Moran and Thomas AVhelan, wore charECd with comnllcltv In th Post-office . . , i i s'offfefSnP" home-comin- rev-orc- nt PWfei tf eight-time- rs stoop-ehoulder- ed s - - - court-martia- a?1 M tl . a ;0 o " fs ic. '."C jH0BrDP2OJKrv nfcuax -- acadOBMSMOAwr. St. Patrick's Day ENTERTAINMENT Under Auspices of Div. 4, A. O. H. At Bertrand Hall, Sixth St., near Oak THE CARPET Thursday, Mar. 17-8:- 15 P.M. 25 , CONTRACT FOR THE DAVIES, PAGE & DOWNING ATTORNEYS .AT LAW Irish Music, Irish Airs, Irish Dances and Announcement of Popularity Contett Winner CENTS ADMISSION DR. 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Judge Lincoln sides over the Chancery branch, Secis regarded as, ono ot tho Tepreeon-tatlv- o ond division, Jefferson Circuit Court, members of tho Louisville bar, is widely known throughout tho city and is rated as ono of tho ablest and most popular members of the bar. Judge Kirby received his education In tho schools of Greater Loulsvlllo and began tho practice of law In tho courts of this city. Application to sacred responsibility, calling for the best that is in him. LKAltfCEl) JU1UST. The position of Judgo of tho Common Pleas Branch, Second di vision, has never been filled with more satisfaction to tho pooplo and devotion to the flutlee of the offico than by Judgo Thomas K. Gordon Judgo Gordon is widely known and ML St. Benedict's Cedar Grove Academy THIRTY.FIPTH AND RUDD AVE , LOUISVILLE, KY. A Boarding and Day School for Young Ladies and Girls, conducted by the Sisters or Loretto. Preparatory, Commercial and Academic courses. Music, Instrumental and Vocal. For catalogue, terms, etc., address MOTHER SCHOLASTICA. VISIT his profession, a splendid capacity for work combined with brilliant in- - Keep the Spirit of St Patrick Alive. a man who has attained distinction In his calling by his own efforts and brilliant intellectual gifts. He is eminently fair in his decisions; ho Is guided by tho evidence and tho law, and is moreover a shrewd judge of human nature, a gift which years ot experience lias strongly developed. Judge Lincoln was born and educated in 'Louisville, his Interests and associations are here, and ho has always been zealous 'In forwarding every movement for tho betterment of civic, moral and religious conditions. He Is a charitable man, a splendid citizen, widely acquainted with all classes of people and yet finds time outside of his calling to pursue his studies In chemistry, of which science he Is very fond. He Is also a great reader and a keen judge of all that Is worth while in Judge Lincoln is very literature. popular socially. Ho is ono of tho leading members ot tho Knights of Columbus, and no matter, what ho undertakes he puts- heart and soul in the work, and gives to It tho enthusiasm and mental strength which havo mado lilm a leader at tho Louisville bar. -- Emblematio Ices, Cakes, Baskets Filled with Candies, Flags, Favors and Mailing Cards, Commemorative of ERIN'S PATRON SAINT Exclusive and Distinctive Novelties. Meals and Service in Our Dining Room unexcelled. 1IHII HiiiiiiimmrasnKMntMaiwflM BROOKS BROS. INCORPORATED LADIES' AND MEN'S 2831 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE 232-22- 6 FURNISHINGS East Market, Between Brook and Floyd ajTOHnMHrnimMPflrcrcrcro tollectual gifts and a strong sense of justice, have united to make him a leader in his calling and inspired the public with an abiding faith in his justice and honor. He administers the law without fear or favor, is one of tho most courteous and affable jurists upon itho bench, and Is moreover a flno typo of citizenship. Ho Interests himself in civic matters making for tho betterment of Louis ville and Its people: ho is a thirty' second degree JIasou also an Elk, a member of several business and so-clali organizations. Judge Kirby is a splendid type of true Kentucky manhpod, eminently worthy of overy honor that 'has Teen conferred upon him, and endowed with tho ability and brains to mako good in whatever ho undertakes. CHARLES II. KXIG1IT. honored throughout tho city and Stato and enjoys tho confidenco and esteem of all members of bench and bar. Ho is a man of broad mentality, splendidly versed in tho law, honest and impartial in rendering his decisions, and has mado his court a terror to evil doers and. a refuge for tho oppressed. Judgo Gordon Is of Scotch an cestry, .a leading member of the famous Scottish Society of this city, but a groat admirer of the representative meri of all nations who havo tolled, for the betterment of tho people and made a record of unselfish deeds as a heritage to thoso who como after them. Affable, couiteous and brilliant, widely read and splendidly Informed on all topics, ho carries his welcome with him whorover ho goes and is one of tho most tireless and unselfish of citizens and city's builders. I'OPULAK WITH ALL CLASSES. 4 RUSSMAN'S HARDWARE STORE OR Better Still, phone us for anything in our line, which we keep complete. 1576. Bardstown Road. Homo Phone Shawnee 105 "$ Both Phoaes Cumberland "West 295 ' Rentals FltlEXI) OP ALL CLASSES.. Two Months 'V xv- - $5.00 RIBBONgDMEgm Ribbons 50c Home City 3105 The Democratic party has never When Prof. J. H. Richmond made the race for Congressman ,for been served more faithfully and well than by tho Fifth district on the Democratic who has the Hon. Charles H.'Knight, represented his constituents ticket he created a profound im- - ably both In rtho Senato and House at Frankfort, and Is recognized as a champion ot the masses, Aho bono and sinew of the nation. Mr. Knight is a successful business"; man also, ono of tho officers of tho Louisville Provision Company, a remarkable factor In tho upbuilding of the pack ing trade which has put the name Judge Arthur M. Wallace, Chancery branch, First division, Jofforson Circuit Court, is ono of tho most popular men upon tho Bench and is noted for his honesty, his broad humanity and his keen sense of justice. Judge Wallace never ul- - SIMON PONTRICH "(G) rL,jjio i (2 CUT FLOWERS, DESIGNS AND PLANTS 28 TH AND GREENWOOD AVENUE I 1frM&4&&tW4&&t4Q&44$4it ST. BERNARD COAL BEST Fuel For Furnace, Grate or Stove ' 'j' Iforcash. "STEPHAN" TALKING MACHINE Sold direct from factory on club plan. Special discount The "STEPHAN" machine is improved to an equal comparison nresslon in political circles by tho with the artists. Give us a triai. nWllty, eloquence and forceful conduct-of his first campaign. Ho QUALITY MANUFACTURING CO. mido friend? among all classes of Incorporated peonia, while his speeches CITY T645 jnodels ot oratory, logic and were 1603 GARLAND AVENUE truo patriotism. The Democratic party had no finer or abler champion, and those who urged 'him to make tho race were more .than gratified TO to find tholr Judgment ot his abilities sustained. P.rof. Richmond is a DO man who fills every requirement as opinion that "a wife does not' A New York judge has given the a. citizen, a patriot, a leader in poli.have to work." tics and a, city builder eager- - for ; . Some folks w,ould day that tho judge is wrong but here's tho tho advancement and uplift of Louis' point: . ville. He has (taken a keen Interest in all civic reforms, te one of Few men want theJr wives to do heavy, injurious, unnecessary i tho finest educators of youth in work. the 'South, a man of winning per- Ad Art Laundry service enables ono to do away with tho sonal gifts, who makes frjend readheavy, unnecessary drudgery of wash day. ily and enthuses all whom he meets Send your entire family wash to us. Our charge are surwith Ws own eplrlt, ot zeal and unr prisingly low. Phone for the wagon. selfish sorvlco, record has Prof., Richmond's future, in pcel him city line 'for anymay be--; fllmumftn 40A V arid party ufnr, out honors his stow, and,it Is safe to predict that any duty he may assume wHl be a tttttt,ttJt'H"ttttttttt1lfttt'tittlt't"-t'lAtat- f Made in Louisville. I Sold For 30-Od- d Years in Louisville St. Bernard Mining Incorporated HMjHQn& sion, and thoroughly acquaints himself with all facts in a case before handing down a verdict. He has always taken tho side of tho weak and oppressed, endeavored to protect the home and family, and has never allowed himself to bo swayed by Interested motives or a desire for personal advantage. Courtoous, affable and kindly, ho Is one of tho best known men in public life, a man whose- - word, is as good as his bond and who, regarding hta office as a public trust, has conscientiously and honorably fulfilled its duties. Judge Wallace Is- also a good citizen, lending his nld to ovory progressive movement, and in evory way more than merits the. enviable position 'he holds and tho esteem in which he is held by hie fellow Louia- vllllans. - Co. lows anything save his own judgment to sway him in making a deci- BOTH PHONES Home Phone City 1475 932 Cumb. Main 1'475 WORK! DON'T HAVE YOU MEAN? WHAT I of Loulsvllla on the map In largo tetters. No niember of his party Is better known than Jlr. Knight. Ho has to.' T n , k K? W-- " family wet wash laundry ' established a record for ability, brilliancy and devotion to duty that has made his a name to conjure with among all classed regardless of party affiliations. Courteous to all, affable and just, always willing to help others "and with every movement for tho good of Ma city and State, ho has justly earned the wide popularity" he enjoys and Is deserving of any honors his the Democratic party may besXowAipon him. NUGENT SAND CO. CLAY AND FULTON STS, Louisville, Kentucky tl 1 i . Ii',.;(,.v . 'j4'rti?. i? rf. .. .W i. . VAk 'X. KM SI'S' .. U Or KJBA" 1 & '.!.'. ra- . "!? ., . . rlfe-;.ai- . : '":tLiA,i j .l,., . . uAJiS- i. '.,'J..i',i'--!':i.-Mi. TTi -- f . i h sseseasssasseaeseaeaeaeaesea O EAT NICK'S BREAD FOR QUALITY FIRST IRELAND'S APPEAL FOR AID. FACTS About a Public Servant Loulsvillo Railway Company was organized in 18S0 as a consolidation of the Central Passonger Railway and the Louisville City Railway. The rVJI 4 fr The sad plight of Ireland has excited the sympathy of the civilized world. Never in her long history has she witnessed such misery, sorrow and physical Today it is operating 168 miles of city trackage Tho number of cars operated varies from 311 during rush hours to 125 during hours. It carries annually 80,000,000 cash faros passengers and .30,000,000 transfer passengers. non-rus- h suffering as these later months have brought her. Men, women and children, left homeless and destitute, make their heart- By construction and purchase of seven suburban trolley lines, with 102 miles, of track, the company. has brought Into Intimate contact with Louisville a largo and ' prosperous suburban popu- lation. It gives employment to 1S0C persons (including the Loulsvillo Interurban) and its annual pay roll is 52,250,000. $900,000, & felt appeal to the conscience and kind offices of mankind. The distirbution It purchnses each year supplies and materials to tho amount of y most of which is spent In Louisville. of food in Ireland is in charge of the Society of Friends (Quakers) and vill be N. Warrisse Baking 2506 GRIFFITH AVE. Co, distributed regardless of sect or creed. ; Bonds to tho amount of $12,035,000 and notc3 to tho amount of $G84,000 have been issued to provide for replacements, extensions and more modern service. All of theso Issues have been marketed through Louisville financial institutions. Please make cheques payable to Rev. John O'Connor, 2927 South Fourth street, Louisville, Ky. Seventeen hundred and eighteen stockholders, of whom 1389 aro citizens of Louisville, have Invested $11,823,600 that this community may havo an officiont transportation service. The company lias served this community for more than thirty years, providing new equipment, as the need arose, and, up to tho present time, has been able to mako extensions and improve tho service to keep pace with Louisville's growth. Tho service it will render In the future depends on tho moasuro of It receives from citizens of Louisville. i i .r j OWEN SULLIVAN, REV. THE BICYCLE VERSUS 7VAAAA7HrrAAAAAATH7Hc J. O'CONNOR. ' P. H. CALLAHAN, Finance Cmomittee. JAMES P. BARNES, President, Louisville Railway Company. INCORPORATED THE STREET CAR -- 5?$4SSK3jeS3$ I Irish Struggles For Freedom. Runl Through 748 Years. 1172 A. D. irish tk Thanks bo Disuar. tho light and AAAAAAAAAAAAAaaaAAAA m vr-I- ? iJ' s' Averaging two car fares per day, you pay $51.10 to the Street Car Company in a year good You can buy from us now a Molorbike Bicycle, fully equipped . . $46 90 25.00 At end of year it is worth " 21.90 year Or cost of Bicycle per $29.20 A saving by riding Bicycle of the first Your Bicycle ride costs you three cents year and thereafter much less, Aad wq can arrange terms to pay as you ride. The British established partial authority over Ireland and intermittent warfare followed. Edward Bruce, crowned ' King of Ii eland, killed by the English. CenturieB. Tudors began conquest. Henry VIII 15th and 16th proclaimed himself King of Ireland. Tho. Irish, under the O'Nells in tho north, carried tho struggle on against tho English. 1C07. Two days after the death of Elizabeth, Hugh O'Noil was forced to surrender und became a refugee. English law and land tenure, as woll as English landlordism, established, replacing the Brahon law of the Irish. Ulster land confiscated and given to English and Scotch for settlement to ltlll Influence of O'Nell. 1(541. Irish of tho north dispossossod the settlors and took tiipir land. War lasted until Cromwell, in luog, conribcateu an the land of Ireland and reduced the country to pauper 1C8S I r- !yyVVVVV"i(VYYYYVVVWVV misrY)3 & COMMERCIAL ST." HELENA'S COLLEGE LOUISVILLE, KY. 625 FOURTH AVE. Practical Business Calls - Opportunity Beckons the Commercial Courses for all who wish to make.good in World. Summer Opening, July 26th. Fall Opening, September 6th. Sisters of Charity of Nazareth. I War against England until tho Treaty of Limerick, lu 1C01, when religious and oiVil rights woro granted tho peoplo of Irolnnd. Pon.il laws aftorward against Catholicism enacted aud civil rights donlod. Struggle for free trade. 1782. Volunteer army grew up. Parliament established in north of Ireland! no Catholic permitted to bo soaldd. England, plotted to .overthrow Parliament. Iroland roopgitizes, AmDrl-on- n republic, and Bonjamin Franklin visits Ireland, receiving tho full hoaplta'lity of tho pooplo. Honry Flpod, mom-bof Irish Parliament, speaks of America thus: "A voice from America cries liborty and ovory hill and valloy in this rejoicing land o.choos 'liberty.' " George Washington bonds moseago to Irish patriots: "Patriots 6f Iroland, your cause is the same as our." 1793 French revolution gains Irish support, destroying religious differences. Wolfe Tono founded S6ciety of United IrishSought aid of French: capturod and oondoumod to men. death by English. Died in prison. 1800. England destroyed Parliament lg03 Robert Emmet plannod another insurrection. Captured and executed. 110. Daniel O'Connell'B agitation for emancipation of Catholics won and repeal of union agitation gaining momentum. O'Connoll, as a paoiflst, refused to tight tho English. 1844 Food shipped from Iiolaml to England. Qioat fantlno. 184C. Two million people died In five years. 1848. John Mltchol and William Smith O'Brlon lead Young Iroland party Into insurrection. John Mltchol exiled to Van ' Dleman's Land. 1SQ0 1807. Fenian movement, secret and revolutionary, grew np, headed by John O'Loary, James. Stephens and Thomas Clarke Luby. Revolution broke in 1$G7. Loadors arrested. Following revolution. Davitt and Charlos Stewart Painoll established Land League and broke down system of landlord er Ism. ' Thanks be ito God for tho hail and the snow; Thanks be to God ifyr tho sliowor and sunshine; Thanks bo to God for all tilings that grow; Thanks to bo God for lightning and tempest; Thanks: bo t'o God for all weal and woo; Thanks ho to God for his own groat goodness; Thanks, bo to God for wliat Is so; Thanks bo to God when Uio barn ' Is low: Thank bo to God when tho 'harvest te plenty; Tiramka bo to God when our pockets aro empty; Thanks bo to God whon tlioy again o'evllow; Thanks bo to God wlion tho mass-be-- the darkness; ito God for WEAR V. & H. SPRING HATS The Greatest Values Under the Sun. V. & !H. SPRING HAT PRICES $2.85 S3.S5 $5.00 i I J VmhoftMfku THREE STORES ll Aro hoard and soon (throughout Erin la greon Vsle; Thank bo to God when tho priests ' and the pooplo Are ever unltdd in danger and .trial ; Thank bfr to God, tho bravo eone of Bute! Have the faith of their fathors far over tho son, Thanks be to God that Eria'e fair Prews anid steoplo J 228 W. Market 434 W. Market Fourth and Chestnut 1 vPRINc j I U1TS daughters oloe aftor Mary on heav en's highway. .irnOK MATT O'DOHKRTV. No m&nber of the Louisville bar his brillianth is more noted for successful carer than Judge Matt O'Dehoity, whose service are con- MADE. TO ORDER For less than any reliable ready made or made to order firm in this city INTER-SOUTHER- N CAFETERIA rn Inter-Southe- Building 'Fifth and Jefferson Streets The Best Foods in the City We solicit your patronage . J. T. SULLIVAN MANAGERS H. J. SULLIVAN (jnder Parnell. Home Ilulo movement established, with Gladstone's support John Iledmond succeeded Parnell after Purnell's death, in IS 00. 1912 1913. Irish Volunteers woll drilled and ready for struggle. Dublin strike, led by Jim Larkln. 191 L John Jlodmond, introtlucofl Homo Rulo bill, botrayed Iroland ' and recruited .for England. Easter Sunday, April 23, 101G. Easter rebellion: 15 lenders executed. James Connolly and Michael Mallon, labor leaders; 'Pxtdrjilc Poarsp, Roger Casomont, Thomas Macdonagh, Thomas J. Clarko, Major John lucBrtde, Joseph Pluukett, Coinollus Colbert, J J. Houston, Sean MacDoi'inott, Edmond ' Kent, Edward Daly, Michael Hanrahan and William Poarso Sheehy Skofffngton and others murdered. Eamon Do Volera, commander of Republican otvniy ,it Bolaud's Mill tho last of Republican army commandoes to surrendor. Arrested and imprisoned, w . Countess soldier in tho ranks, arrosted, and sontonced Jo death; later commuted to life imprisonment. Successive releases and rearrests of Irish prisoners. December, election- lotnrned. Sinn. Fein go;ern-nienwith Eamon De Valorn as President. Juno 23, 1919. Do Valola, escaped from English prison, makos -Max-kievic191S.--Uener- ism. in stantly demand and who- -' knowledge of the law has made him a winner In "most suits lie lias conducted in the court of the cltv and State. Judgo O'Dohorty is wldeh read, endowed with a quick and ready wit. his famirtarlty with the law astounding, while his ability to read character and Judge human nature has lweu a powerful factor BeIn his wonderful successes loved and honoied bf all. he has rendered 'nhidbte services to the public and lite charity le as bound-los- s as it is modest. The liebter-meof all social and civic condition has ever been his aim, and ho has also taken a keen Interest in tho advancement of lMeratnre, music ami art. Hie warm and generous heant was anion the first to rosnond to the appoals.pt the Irish patriots across the sea, ami the ' cause of Ireland lww no nobler or more eloquent defender tlrati Judge O'Doherty. Louisville is Mntt. proud to claim him as one of her representative city Guilders and men' who has adorned every office which lio bos filled and whose example is a spijendld incentive jto all who Have kept In touch with" hi carjeoT'a a citizen and a man. nt EDW. A. AXMAN POPULAR PRICE TAILOR UP STAIRS STORE ' 322 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Residence 4KlHHHWWK'tWH-WttPhone, Highland 796-- L Office Phone, City 1053 USTAlHilSIHU) J801 NOT IN THE TRUST OR GENTLEMEN'S AGREEMENT THE FRANK H. LAUSBERG . CO. V CHURCH FURNITURE 211 Coleman Building SKETCHES, PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS ALTERATIONS AND RENOVATIONS A SPECIALTY DISTRICT MANAGER OF Till. Louisville, Ky. CO. MANITOWOC CHURCH FURNITURE r$4&&4WS&S'&it&$P& WAV KISS II A. AVIS. ',.: KnfilXALD CTillMRXTS. al - t, ALBERT BACHMANN REAL ESTATE RENTS ' appearnncio In America. April to Juno, 1919. American Commission on Irish Independence denied admittance to peace conference at Paris, investigation of conditions in Ireland by commission fitirs world. Irish consuls and "representatives appointed to various countries. England In military possepslosf'ot li eland. Rclgrt of terj ror continued. Thousands of Irishmen lose five's and sent March 17. Ip20. America still withholds recognition ',of Irish ' ' ' public. ' February 28, 1921. TlmothJ" Alcparthy, Thomas O'Brien, Patrick Mahoney, John Lyons, Daniel Callaghan and John Allen were put to death at Cork by British military shot jn batches of two each at intervals of fifteen minutes- - to nrlsou. . No attorney in Louisville stands higher at .tho bar and in the estimation of his friends than J. RegiJlr. Clements ifl nald Ciomonls. widely known hero and is eminently successful In brlnRing .the most dif ficult cases to a successful tormina-- 1 tton. Ho Is a fine tweaker, courteous and affablo In his manners, and has the good l will of his brother lawyers as woll as the Judges of tfio courts jn which 'ho practices. Abso-lut- o devotion 'to tho interests of his clients and honesty and efficiency Pfeffer's Bakery BARDSTOWN ROAD AT BONNYCASTLE I , V 1 ti 'J i Ice Cream, Bread and Pastry LEASES PHONES SALES Mapi 715 sNO, 6 (Ground Floor) REALTY BUILDING $4S$s$'$4$kSk j City 1172 REIS & UPHAUS ecjifaJL v PUBLIC SPIRITED C1T1ZCX. On this day Holy Weok bogins. The first Immigrants direct from w. W. Dflinps is a hard worker The triumphant entry of Our Lord Ireland since -- 1014 were due Tues- t'cw nnvtliiner in which ho becomoi) -- PALM SUNDAY. SHIP T'ItOC mix. aro lUs leading characteristics, and all cares entrusted to him recolvo his undivided attention until terminated, Mr. Clements is always in terested in tho welfare and progress of his native city, and nothing that Is worth while hni ovor appealed to him in vain. Prompt attention to Phone Orders Both Phones Home Phone City 7638 . JP:riec:ri;ptioJtx Sergio x 'J " Sixth and Oak Streets.; '. fc. into Jerusalem has suggested to the church tho institution- tof the joyful ceremony of the blessing of the palms, followed by 'the procession and the' singing of the hymn, Gloria Laus, and the distribution of live blessed pUn. But soon the prayers 'of the naa, and the singing of the Passion according to St. aiatthew, bring baak to memory the sorrowful mysteries the celebration of which Is' to ooMtpy' tk dy of - day at 7Klon, on the f(rom nvakln-- temr VedAc in- flier itial trip as a "thirjI-elapassenger Mner de luxe,'' ridiio "advices re a1id, Tbere were ceived Satin day 643 puseengeirs alioard the vessel, wlnteh also brought cwgo frpm Liverpool EXsMuio tlie ,"d luxe" aocskts SIM emmoaiofls w w tHe Vwllc, luer o otosmge mi) thre an"Ui.t pasnei ImmI eoets to viHuUy All t Holy WK. ' M troop, Prt slrifi" at the stamw. duning the ite 'never falls ,to lendi interested his aid to every pood and worthy cause, and 'his enthusiasm, dabormt-- j nauon aim zeai m;iKe mm. u- vuiuu-bl- e aid to. overy undertaking lie is widely known throughout Louisville, anil is? one or those genjal; sunny natures that wlri in ponularUy withijosee a friends out effort nd A jrtemlier of the firm 6f Dommin-gorDennee &'Timnerin, he i an expert accountant, any alo an active member of KnlgliKt of Cojum-b'the Elk and fh polumbJa At,h- o, u. B.UNQER'S Chili Cafeteria . For Ladies and Gentlemen Fifth .st. 1 ltlc Club, t rc'i fc.fi 1,1 45,8 S. Liouiavill'c &y jt fw As. K COMING KVENTS. lecttve bargaining the value of tine union to lost. It de therefore a March 17 Sacred concert In St, blow directly at untonlem. Onjthe Patrick's church for benefit of Irish cher 'hand, I am, not in favor of Relief Fund. EVERY SATURDAY. PUBLISHED what the unione term Hike 'closed tableau, March 17 Three-ac- t to tk Sodl sd Motil Adrwocment of Irish American tad Ctholki shop,' and Iboliov that the sooner "Hibernda" at Bertram! Hall, ausOf finally Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernlam. Yean Men' they glvo up this policy, excepting pices of Division 4, A. 0. II. Institute and Catholic Knight i of America. March 28 Social by young men where they are forced to adopt It Publishers through unfairness of the employer, and women of St. Ann's church, KBWTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTINO CO., Incorporate. afternoon and evening. tho bettor tt will bo for labor. And fBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SlNQLECOPYSc tho sooner rthe ompHbyera glvo up byMarch 29 Easter entertainment St. Frances of Rome church in MatUr. Enltred at thi UmlirllU Pottofllc at Sacond-Cltand Trinity Council Hall, afternoon and tihoir 'open, shop' caimpalga WistUfcwty Stmt como to an agreement IRISH AMERICAN, with tho evening. Al CtWHRkiUoK to fan KENTUCKY March 30 Social entertainment unions on a real open shop, tho and Dutch lunch, afternoon and better it will bo for them. This la evening at Wlndthorst Hall. way ito Industrial peace, the real foufPS&Tl COUH April 4 Lunch and social by Tha peaco that might como itfhrough ladles or St. William's church, after- -v .- KENTUCKY IRISH AMEitlGflW. KIRSCHBAUM CLOTHES SPRING 1921 318-32- 1 ,!:li3F NEW CLOTtaNG PRICES. 25 to H5 In all the clothing world, we know of no house which has gone to such lengths to meet the public viewpoint as the Kirschbaiim shops. Their whole Spring output of fine clothes is priced without profit enabling us to offer values at 25 to 45, which we believe are without equal. To prove it only compare! LOUISVILLE, KY SPECIAL. THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1921 employment is widespread, and thou sand? of people are '.homeless nnd facing starvation. The representative Americans who have formed the American Commit tee for Relief in Ireland have per formed a. tlmqly and humane service, Every humane American must feel a peculiar obligation to help relieve tho suffering women and children of Ireland in their time of bitter need Relief will bo administered on a strictly basis tho condition on which "Tho Irish Donation" was sent in 1C76 It is up to all of us to see that generous interest is ndded in tho repayment of our old debt to tho Irish people. non-politicnon-sectari- Tills week tho Kentucky Irish American greets its friends and readers upon St. Patrick's day vriUi double sections, and earnestly hopes all will receive thcin. to I crippling of tho unions would not be good for tho employer, the em ployo or for society." Tho "open shop" that certain Interests are forwarding would disrupt tho pleasant and satisfactory relations now existing between em ployors and employes of the1 larger and most important Industries; of our country. APPEAL READ SUNDAY. noon and evening. April' 4 Annual spring social of St. Anthony's Hospital Sowing So ciety, afternoon and evening. 7 April Entertainment of St Anthony's Hospital Sewing So ciety afternoon and evening. 26-2- AAAAAAAAAAaMAAAA SOGIETY. John M. ' r! NEED YOUIt. HELP. you haven't given your little for tho Buffering children of vblt Ireland, don't hesitate. Give now. M'our donation, no matter how email, 4 "needed. NOT THE OLD DAY. Tho following is the appeal to all Archbishops and Bishops of the United States Issued by His Em inence, James Cardinal Gibbons, who asked that it be read in ail churches at all masses on Sunday, Mnrch 13 "I earnestly beg all kind-hearted day of St. Patrick's day tho ays' when tho heart of the .Gael, vno matter in what part of tho world .his lot may be cast, Is moved oy Render memories of old friends and 'did scenes that perhaps ho may 'never see again. In fancy he breads again tho well remembered path, ho hears tho songs and tho laughter of tho merry groups on calls with a pang of keen Tegret the sporte and dances, and tho merrymakings that mado St. Patrick's day tho jolliest festival of the year. How different from those he has known will his conception of this From tho St. Patrick's day be! dally press ho has learned that Ireland is virtually a land of ruins. Farm houses, factories, towns and cities in roofless desolation, and graves of slaughtered greet the eye of fancy; but above all he visions the fixed determination of tho people to fight to tho last man for their national rights and the heart of tho exile swells with pride as ho con templates tho unconquerable hero- Ism of his race, and he inwardly vows to do his part in aiding his people to attain tho goal of their desires. This is the thought that should bo in the heart of every one who dons his bit of green on St. Patrick's day, and ho will be falso to his Tace if ho does not take an early opportunity to' translate that thought Jnto action. Here in Louisville our Irish societies wilj have no general celebration, but will assist at a number of proceeds of entei talnments, the which will be devoted to tho Amer-iac- n fund for the relief of tho suffering women and children in Ireland.. This is certainly most praiseworthy. Sond and daughters and friends of Ireland will not be slacking now that the call for funds to aid their suffering motherland has been made. new-made WON'T DO MUCH. their way from mass; and he re- fj Benefit Funeral services for Martin Healy, beloved husband of Catherine Hcaly, were held Tuesday morning ST. FRANCES OF ROME NEW CIIURCII FUND MAKE ENGLAND TAY. at St. Patrick's church. Ho was TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 1921, forty-si- x years of age and resided Tho English and Tory propa at 1820 High street. Besides his AFTERNOON AND NIGHT gandists in this country are trying wife he leaves two children. TRINITY COUNCIL Y. M. I. HALL to distract attention from England's Tuesday morning the funeral of BAXTER AND MORTON AVENUES war debt to us by shouting "Make Arthur Alvey was held from Sacred Heart church, Rev. Father Patrick TICKETS FOR ADMISSION AND Germany pay." America's first ENTERTAINMENT 2$ CENTS Walsh celebrating the requiem mass. debt is to America, this country revisiting Louisville friends. AN APPETIZING LUNCH WILL HE SERVED n years old and Ho' was ceiving none or expecting nothing Mrs. John McConnell and son, Is survived by his wife, Mrs. Anna from Germany, but wo must seo Jack McConnell, of Anchorage, havo Alvey, nee Ferriell, 1913 Colgan H. DANCING ACADEMY, returned homo after a visit to Btreet. that England pays her just debt of friends at Hamilton, Ohio. four billion dollars to us. That By tho death of George H. Hill, Classes on Monday, Wednesday and Friday Nights Tho many friends of Thomas P. aged sixty-fivloan was mado possible by the St. John's parish DIgnan, who suffered an amputated loses by Appointment Home Phone, City 1 720 American people's purchaso of Lib- ing, another of its leg 'last year, wOl bo glad to learn members. Ho was highly respected Private Instructions a well known erty bonds, and no excuse can be "I need not urge upon Americans that he is able to bo out. FIFTEENTH AND JEFFERSON STREETS special duty machinist and resided with his wife of Irish descent offered for nonpayment. For our to their own flesh their .blood. They Mrs. Kate Dutlinger of Nashville, at 703 Fehr avenue. His funeral and glorious part and sacrifices In the havo given generously to all other who was visiting her slater, Mrs. J. took place Wednesday morning, MONSTER PROTEST. ARCOLA HOT WATER 1LEATING war wo havo received ltttlo grati suffering peoples; they will not for- - P. Sweeney, and' family. South Rev. Father Schuhmann conducting Louisville, has returned home. tude, but we do expect the payment cet heir own. I recommend this the solemn services. It Is expected that thirty thouRALPH C. SHAW Mrs. Andrew Schad, 172C Vance causo ito tho Catholic clergy of this of just debts. Miss Sarah Bartllner, seventy- - sand will march in tho St. Patavenue, New Albany, been has country whatever bo their own raPLUMBER The whole, Catholic spending tho week in Indianapolis nine years old, died Sunday night rick's day procession in New York cial origin. STOP SPEEDERS. .. SEWERAGE Church of America is most deeply visiting her daughter, Mrs. Harry at tho homo of her niece, Mrs. L. J. City, which will bo a monster pro GAS FITTING Ballman, 1214 West Jefferson street. test against English savagery in C35 SOUTH JACKSON InrtohtAil to tho Irish nnonle. It is UOlan STREET Miss Bartllner was born at Floyd Ireland. A contingent is coming If 'the authorities refuse ito stop not too much to expect that in every Bliss Mary Elizabeth Campbell Phones City 5S26; Main 1264 our land effective means UghtfuJly entertained the Girls' Knobs, Ind., and until eight years from as ifar off as Toronto, Canada. of Encoding lautonyoblllists and .truck towns in neighboring Club to collect at her ago lived at New Albany. Her Cities drivers a citizens' league should bo be taken suffering in funds for thl Thursday Afternoon Broadway, last funeral was held Tuesday morning States and aJso preparing (to send aro home, 3816 West Ireland." PROGRESSIVE WORE relief of organized to prevent the reckless . largo delegations. at St. Patrick's church. Among tho or week. FOR PROGRESSIVE PEOPLE disregard, for life and lhnb in tho HOLY WEEK. Miss Maymo Johnston, of Mem The Angel of Death called Nellie ganizations combining to mako the city streets just now,. It has been phis, and Mr. and Mrs. James Keat Francis, aged ,thwenty-nln"beloved paardo a memorable ono aro tho Wo Heartily Recommend tho Next week tho church commem- Ing, of tho city, were recent Sun wife of James Francis, 1053 East Ancient Order of Hibernians, Friends man,y a day since a driver lias been Freedom, of Irish orates tho culminating events in tha day guests of Mrs. Salllo P. Main street, early Sunday morning. Gaelic League, Co. arrested for speeding, and lives of history of the redemption of mane Cumann na mBan, at Prestonia. Sho was an estimable woman and young and old are being jeopard- kind through the sufferings and BOTH PHONES 299 and Mrs. 'Alton Kolb, Misses her death was a shock to many inc., and many Irish County, Social Mr. Clubs, Cadet Corps and other sodeath of the Savior of the world. Lorine, Rose and Lucille Donoghue, friends. ized every day. NOT OBSERVING. MENDING DONE FREE Her funeral took placo whole week is given to bringing nnd Messrs. Clem Waechter and Otto Tuesday morning from St. Joseph's cieties. Tho Protestant Friends of The Ireland also will march in tho paawfuli facts vividly before our Rothert left Sunday ifor a short stay these NOT OUR MASTER. Tho editor of tho Western Refchurch. rade. Rev. Dr. Lang, from that orminds through ceremonies the most at French Lick Springs. Oatey Drug Co. corder, tho official Baptist organ, News of the death of Miss Ellen ganization, has pointed out the im solemn in tho ritual of the church- Mr. League of Na- Though it is a time of mourning it; town, and Mrs. John Losson, 'Bards- Toner, daughter of the late Michael portance of making Tho Incorporated this year's says that the claims of the Roman announce tho engagement of Week because during the best ever held In New Catholic Church according to mem- tions court says that it awarded the Is called Holy wrought tha most sa- their daughter, Miss Camillo Sloan and Mary Toner, on Sunday morn- paradeCity. Tho White Cros3nurses, SERVICE, PROMPTNESS AND York this time was South bers is a "swollen" report, and that Island of Yap to tho Japanese, but cred mysteries of our redemption Losson, to Thomas Bernard Thorn-berr- ing at her home, 650 pall of Seven- whoso sisters In Ireland are doing ACCURACY gloom of Norfolk, Va. Tho wedding teenth streot, cast a who gavo tho right to this sham from sin. In ithe lantuace of tho the Catholics do not have near as to that of the Red work will take place In tho early spring. over her wido circle of friends and Cross, similar will havo 500 in tho proces Bardstown Road and Longest Avo. as the league to dictate to the United church it Is called the Great Week many church attendants acquaintances. Her funeral took well John Highland 1169 because of th tremendous changes prominent Lubbers, man known and placo Tuesday morning from Sacred sion on March 17. All tho boroughs East 9168 Baptist or some of the Protestant States. of the East business will turn out of Greater New brought about by tho death or Heat church, Rev. Father Walsh a lecord number Yorkmarchers. Col. writer is evidently churches. The End, has been confined to his hom.e upon the cross. of Christ Homo Phone, Parkway 50 OUR DEBT OF GRATITUDE. 01 pneu celebrating the requiem high mass. not observing, as taking tho offAlexander B. Anderson will be The solemnities of Holy Wook be- witn a threatened attacK expects Cumb. Phone, South 9235-- J to Felix Hardy, a highly respected Grand Marshal of tho parade. Baptist Sunday, when the his- monia, but his physician gin on - icial attendance for all the Ireland's sons and daughters were tory of Palmpassion of our Lord, ac have hi mout next week, resident of tho West End, passed Schools, fraternal orders, Institutho churches in Kentucky at Sunday-schoo- l, ever friends of America in her FRED WARNS, peacefully away Saturday morning tions, county organizations and cording to St. Matthew, is read in aa compiled In tho Recorder struggles from ELECT NEXT MONTH. Dun- many women's societies will add to at tho family residence, 2002 PRESOREPTION DRUGGIST tho Revolutionary the mass or chanted in those from tlmo to time, there are three war all through our 'history, and it churches where tho solemn cerecan street, where he had been ill tho length of what tho committee TAYLOR AND BERRY nLVDS. Tho annual election of officers of for several weeks. He is survived says will be tho biggest St. Patrick's TELEPHONE YOUR DRUG WANTS Catholic churches in Louisville, out is our duty from a oenso of grati- monies can be carried out. Palms are blessed and distributed to the the Queen's Daughters will take by his widow, Mrs. Mlnnio Hardy; day procession ever seen in tnat of the total of over forty, that have place at the April meeting, and will one daughter, Mrs. Bert Trager, and city. entry of tude if nothing else, to contribute people to an attendance at the masses on to tho Irish releif fund just now. our Lord commemorate the Country Style Sausage Company Into Jerusalem before his be an event of more than ordinary one brother. Funeral services and atSunday more than the combined passion, when tho people bearing interest ttf Catholic women. At the requiem mass took place Tuesday ST. PJHLD? NERI'S. 121 EAST JEFFERSON ST. palm branches spread their gar- meeting held last week the follow morning at St. Cecilia's church. tendance for all of tho Baptist MURDER WILL OUT. Manufacture Sausage like Mother way before Him and ing aadies were placed in nomlna ments in the A two weeks' mission will com churches In the State. Funeral services for Edward J. Used To Make . Son of tion: years old, mence in St. Philip Ncrl church, Despite the fact that England shouted: "Hosanna to the HOME KILLED MEATS President airs. J. B. Wathen, Leonard, twenty-fiv- e David." HONOR. A DEBT OF whose death was the result of an Floyd and Woodbine, on Easter Give Us A Trial And Bo Convinced controls tho cables and doctors the Tho mass of Holy Thursday com- Jr., Mrs. W. H. Duane. accident, was held Sunday, the exorcises of which will Vico WE ABE UNION Charles unfortunate Presidents Mrs. .( of the news to suit herself, tho story of memorates th Institution solemn observance. bo It is a far cry back to the time her hloody war of extermination in Blessed Eucharist at th Last Sup Lucas, Mrs. D. E. Carroll. Mrs. Ed Sunday afternoon at St. Boniface Twoblended with priests, conspicuous Wo Deliver Anywhere In tho City Dominican Homo Phone, City 4338 per. Tho Blessed Sacrament is borne ward Van Houten, Mrs. L. V. Oas-- church. Surviving him aro his when wo were a weak colonial peoIreland is creeping out, and day by In procession after th mass to the sily, Mrs. J. H. Buschemeyer. widow, Mrs. Beatrice Leonard; a for their spirituality and eloquence, ple huddled along the Atlantic coast, At this Miss daughter, Virginia (Leonard; his will preach the sermons. day 'the, people of tho 'entire world repository, where it is adored until Corresponding Secretary GOING , earoely able to support our existthe religious Instincts of even are realizing tho enormity of John evening by the faithful. On Good Margaret Laffan, Miss Blanche mother, Mrs. Mary Leonard; three timeweakest in practice aro aroused, ence and a prey to hostile devastai IF SO CALL brothers, John, William and Robert, the Friday there Is no mass, properly Clerget. Recording 'Secretary Miss Alice and three .sisters, Misses Roberta, while tho fervent aro attuned to a taoii. The Pilgrim fathers had a Bull's barbarous atrocities. speaking: the "Mass of th Pre- MATTHEW HAMMON high degree of spirituality; thus Hayes, Miss Mary Butler. Margaret and Evelyn Leonard. 6anctlfied," consisting only of lone and bitter struggle to make, OPEN SHOP PLAN. both tho lukewarm and tho fervent RESIDENCE, 1051 EAST MARKET Treasurei' Miss Benlta Murphy, of tho priest who is officMrs. Barbara Radecker, eighty- - are tho more responsive to tho in colony a going concern on their Miss Louise Dant iating. On this day the cross is FOR four years old, widow of George epilations of grace. Rev. Father Rev. Dr. John. A. Ryan, of the the bleak New England coast, and Directors Mrs. Fred Leezer. Miss Radecker and a- pioneer member of for veneration and is given ALL HOURS DAY OR NIGHT tnoy naa no Catholic University at Washington, to tho faithful to be reverently Margaret Malone, Miss Mary Ooady, St. Mary's church, died Sunday Ackermann, the pastor, has made on several occasions preparation for tho greatest mission appeal for help to outside sources. and Chairman of ithe social action kissed out of love for tho Savior of Miss Ellzabeh Sauter, Mrs. L. Men-ler- evening at her home, 729 West ever given in his parish, to which City 3141 Miss Mary Roche. Main 3141 4am-taddviston of tho National Catholic mankind who died upon it for our Broadway. She leaves a daughter. all will be welocme. In l'3I they were faced with empty Tho Miss Amy Radecker; three sons, CASH COAL CO. 'but a. shipload of food, sent Welfare Council, tasking before salvation. mass tabernacle ie LOUISVILLE INCREASING. of the morrow, A until the Julius Radecker, Alton, 111.; Edward SET FOUR DAY8. from Ireland, saved tho day. Again several (hundred business men at note of iov in anticipation of the' SECOND AND WATER Denver, and George Radecker, Chicago, de Resurrection is struck on Saturpopulation of Louisvillo will Radecker; two brothers, Edward tn 1876 the colonists were in dire tho City Club, to The St. Louis has WEST KY., GLEAN LUMP ..f6.50 Tho Mayor of yean ac- Miller, Omaha, Nebr., and Adam lost show an Kins' Philip's Narrafeaneett nounced Ithe present, "open shop" day, whom the bells, which have been cording Increaeo overwhich will be agreed to set aside lour days, be BIG CLEAN NUT, NO SLA0K.J6.0O since estimates Indians had ravaged ithe settlements campaign as a drive ito crush the silent'"Gloria,"Thursday, ring out at containedto in tho annual Miller, and a sister, Mrs. Sablna ginning March 17, in which tho peo- WEST KY., CLEAN LUMP .f6.75 end the mjaes" con tho bargaining, cludes the time of mounting. Funeral services and ple of that city will be asked to Per Ton Delivered Anywhere and the resources of tho colonists principle of City Directory to be ready for dint- - Auerweck. of U aMBjuftd near an end. In this aed therefore to end the efficiency Holy Week is ai time for deep re- - iribution about the middle of requiem mass, took place Tuesday support liberally the campaign Re IfWe Haul It 1.00 Less on tho To American Use Public Scales Altogether nectlonton the awful coneeaueacefl April. What that increase wl be morning, attended by many sorrow- tho in Ireland, Committee . for will , MMofatacy also the people of Ire- of un&ontan. lief The committee of sin. No One can unmoved con- L. S. Oaron, Secretary' of the com- ing friends and relatives. "The- 'open shop' advocated by land team to the reeccue and a launch on St. Patrick's day an insufferings of the Savior pany and son of its founder, de- shipload of food was sent, which was 'the great tadoetrjat leadero and sider the tensive drive throughout the United GEO. C. WETSTEIN EASTER CARD PARTY. for our sins; no one who meditates oMned to state. Ho said the direct States to rates $10,240,000 to proeDraply means upon ate suserasB out must re- ory would be distributed' a few annakt a their organtattlon IPMMMl in New Manufacturer of the Easter Monday, March 28, in the vide food and shelter for help sufraemtters may- work in pent of past sine and resolve to ny weeks earlier th4e year. More 'peotha union VJt Irian Donation." reparty will be given ferers Jn Ireland and to te afternoon, a Holy MONUMENTS AND moved Today tbe American people have Ghese shops', bu that tine unions ein tor-'- ' the future. those Week' fol ple have (Met year to Louisville dur at the Tyler caTd by the Auxiliary habilitate the stricken sections. Hotel boon, in previous really a anieeion for ing the who CIM1TIRY WORK gen- - wffl not be allowed to function," he Om qpportualty ito repay tfhte, low the solemn ceremonies of the year, the 1921 directory will show. of the Good Shepherd, of which Mrs. ASSISTANT, AT LEDONGTON. Hunger mm misery are said, and fate deotaraitfon was heard cburoh durin this time. AU who Mr. Oaron sold the large number of P. 'H. Callahan ie President, Thfe BAST KENTUCKY ST. famtllee who have changed hamtm Js tut annual affair moid le always Home Phone, City 178 iHjftnff tbe Irian people. In the wMfc, deep aitarittoo. by the employ- uM iNWun, uu ir. Rev. Oecar L. Pooie, recently orenjoyable. The commit in the leet twelve "ntontito ie due over ers present. , "Their pjfca tor.aW lined, '4MnMMMfct people ere tee in charge ie headed by Mrs. iiaiDAi vnfpeAAa Rv. Walter Frei 'been transferred to St. Aloytri ' The holy aImUm' or iip wbteh lretjr to the fot the whole eeoaotnie Mto of the open shop does nttt taetod eof- -l our Lord um& at Ah LmA Buppw bttytae their "" reeMenoM bmvwU. J. BoMrfek and Mrs. B. B. berg. &e aeettftant at St Peter's aesletaBt. church1; Lexington, lite ltter,hvie dkurou, Covington, ', ojsd 'wMiwttt eoJ-' Tfcoaeoo. fee beeotne AMoeated, homing o forty-seve- Tho protest to President Harding about tho shdoting of prisoners of war in Ireland Is not likely to ao complish much. True, the shoot ing was in violation of articles agreed upon at Tho Hague conven tion; but there Is not a rulo of civilized warfare that has not been violated by Great Dritaln long ago in Ireland. Wo scarcely expect our Stato Department, to take up this case and call England to account for this piece of barbarity. We have had amplo reason to protest in tho nam'o of civilization against tho savagery of Lloyd George's hire lings in Ireland for tho past year, But we have dono nothing. actor and Integrity. Contributors will have tho satisfaction of knowIng that their money is relieving destitution and bringing comfort and consolation to the women and children of a race that has Itself always been prominently distin guished by generosity and charity. "While the sad plight of tho des titute in Ireland appeals to our common sentiments of humanity It ought to touch American hearts with special force. Tho Irish people out of their poverty havo more than once In times past sent aid to suf fering Americans. Nor should we forget that not even to the French nation "do wo owe moro for tho achievement of our Independence than we owo to the Irish soldiers of tho American Revolution. To the French we havo proved that a na tion may be moved by sentiments of gratitude. Let us pay some small portion of our debt to the Irish by practical sympathy in their suffer weeks traveling along tho Gulf Coast. ' Col. and Mrs. J. H. Haager re turned Sunday from a short stay in Chicago. Miss Mabel Wells, Syracuse, N. Y., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. and generous Americans to con- James P. Barnes. Jasper Hell was last week tho tribute to the fund for the relief of tho many thousands now suffering guest of his aunt, Mrs. Annie Green want In Ireland. Authentic anfocma- well, at Now Haven. tion reveals that villages, towns and Mrs. J. P.. Hanley will leave soon cities havo been in large part to spend tho Easter holidays with burned or wrecked, homes laid In reja tlves In Cincinnati. ruins, factories and creameries de Scanlan, Mrs. L. stroyed, and thousands of persons has returnedG. home afterof Oakdale, an absence thrown out of employment whllcf f th th Jn F,or,d they and their families are left! ,, , ,, dependent for food and shelter upon v .Mrs. wiiuam spaiumg spent last In many week with her mother, Mrs. Eliza tho charity of others. places tho situation is acute and re- beth Smith, at Bardstown. Mrs. M. E. Metcalt has returned lief is now being administered by a committee of American and Irish from a visit to her daughter, Mrs Quakors without distinction of re Charles Jlahoney, at Now Haven. llgion or politics. E. C. Silk and Georgo Wilson, "All funds aro to bo expended of Highland Park, have been spend solely for relict under tho super ing several days at Dawson Springs. vision of men of tho highest char Misses Elizabeth Tobln and Anao -- Rosier is spending three B. Com right. 1921, Klrclibaum Company ,,,,, I I Caooiog zwfe N.W. CORNER Exclusive Clothes Shop For Men and Young Men tfsw.iium'.i.. J ratzsjc; THIRD & JEFFERSON, zJkx! Walcutt, after a short visit with to friends here, have returned Frankfort. rw "'TrwE1 -- ""T'THI Mrs. Thomas Ryan, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Trevor Whayne, leaves this week for her home at Richmond, Va. Miss Mario Pettdt Walsh, of New York, will arrive the end of this month to spend Easter with Mr, and Mrs. E. H. Sanders. Mrs. M. A. StQess, who under went a slight operation at St. An thony's Hospital, is Improving at her homo at Crestwood. Hanley, Rebecca Misses 'Ruth Gooch and Stella Flowers, of Frank fort, spent Thursday of last week RECENT DEATHS. GRAND EASTER WEEK ENTERTAINMENT J. JANSEN'S e, f v sh e, Dur-ret- t Olan-na-Ga- el, Progress Laundry Ernest y, I JR. FISHING? el-pos- ed - MINNOWS , v. sta-al- fifty-fir- st coil-eotiv- - En-glen- - 806-810-8- thorc-Uifhl- y tht Is prttrrd la Vatanei, Spto. the aortMt. - u J t :B:njorsr Circuit And I . . - V r & ' k j - i ; FRANK DUGAN. ST. PATRICKS DAY. CHA8.. W. MHiLIKEN. en WH OWN AND OFFER Republic of Chile External Loan Twenty-Yea- r Sinking Fund 8 percent. Gold Bocds, due Feb. PRICE 99 and interest, yielding 8,10 pnr cent. i, 194 1. Clerk I can not write 6t Ireland's hilts Tho friends of Charles W. MIl-likas I would, write .today, are actively promoting his probation of those who had busl- For I am here and. Ireland's there, candidacy for the Democratic nom inatlon for County Clerk, and all iuji utui iuu wunu 'U.yray: Dews IU iruuouwi, iu um vmvv, uuu And Ireland's lakes are em'rald igreen and 'round her the Frank Dugari has earned the ap - in hta term as Kansas City Power and Light Company ""First and Refunding Mortgage PRICE 100 Twenty-Yea- Dus December r 8 1, 1940 per pent. Gold Bonds, 8 Thp and interest, yielding per cent. CIRCULARS ON REQUEST. Bond Investment Department. rli.M : Not The And tOUISVIIXE NATIONAL BANK. can't ihear the colleen's call lilt on the Irish breeze way it lilted' to me, and I can noi see ino uowns, see the peat smoke rising from the chimneys of the towns. colleen's call and the high hills tare naif the world away, my heart will) break In my breast when comes St. Pat rick's iday. 'green seas. Let the Clothes Speak For Themselves Mi j FWxV CITIZENS OF LOUISVILLE You are now paying the largest taxes ever paid in the city's history. regardless' of political affiliation that praise has come from men and women of all parties. Democratic and Republican Stato Examiners have seen fit to commend his office as a model ot efficiency and the Democratic party can be proud of his service. To know Frank Dugan is to like him, 'and ho bears the reputation Jn tho political field of having never deserted a friend, and in tho constant changes of factions ind workers that Is a tributo in deed. "WELL KNOWN ATTORNEY. and sent her laughing call lear can't call like that at all! For there was a bit of honey and a bit of laughter, too, In tho call and, oh', her eyes were Irish blue Hero eyes are Iirsh blue, and, oh, I know they watch for me Until itho golden sun has sunk Into tho western sealAnd then I know sho sends her call and then she .turns away And my heart will break In my ibrcast when comes St. Patrick's day. Tho mocking bird I hold so - Sho stood beside tho low stone wall Kr AHHB Pay less attention to what the clothiers say and more attention to what they show. If you'll just make some honest comparisons, and let the values do the our mouth shut. talking, we'll get your business , with LARGEST TAX RATE LARGEST TELEPHONE RATE LARGEST CAR FARE LARGEST GAS RATE ' This all occurred in the last three years fc 'O UI I 5J 'l Prospect For the Coming Year in Former Governor Alfred E. Smith, ANSWERS THE BIGOTS. of New York, has been appointed a That Distressed Country Is member of the United States Board Cumb. West 295 Home Shaw. 105 Officers of tho 165th U S. InAppalling. of Commissioners. Indian Gov. Home Phone City 430 by fantry ("tho old 600 W. Chestnut Street Smith succeeds Isidore B. unanimous voto decided to burn a of California, who resigned resolution mailed to them "to con apHomo Phone, Shawnee 803 some time ago. Gov. Home Phone, City 4300 demn" the action of Col. A. E. An With Men in Jnll tho Women polntment to the board Smith's tho follows Cumb. Phone, Main 3580-a- " FLORIST derson, who spoke at the Von Mach practice begun by President Roose HENRY GOSS Afraid to Work in meeting In New York and who conot giving Catholics membership velt NORTON BUILDING Cut Flowers, Designs, Plants demned tho use of colored French Hubbuch Sr. & Son Fields. In the body, which acts as advisor ROOFING, GUTTERING, STOUTING Germany. Colonial troops against to the President and Secretary of Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted and Greenwood, Dealers in N. W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson Col. Anderson was one of the most the Interior In all matters regardAsphalt Shingles a Spocclalty heroic soldiers in the war, and coming tho Government's care of the WALL PAPEE AND EUOS manded tho famous Irish G9th In 2011 WEST BROADWAY Dur- - Indians and the administration ot JOHN B. WATHEN the Rainbow Division. Ho received Conditions Even ?Worse Than their affairs. The board has the FALLS CITY HALL BLDG.. Ing Time of Great Watch Crystals Fitted 20c tho French Croix de Guerre and the 8 rURNTTURH MOVING AND authority to Inspect all . institu- BAMBXjY BROS. SHOB BTORIU WEST MARKET ST. American distinguished service medWatch and Jewelry Repairing PACXEVQ tions and bureaus operated in beFamine. and medal of honor for valor in al All Kinds of Footwear for the half of the Indians. Secretary of Tho Radios Jewelry Shop action. He was wounded three BC 80 South Twenty-SixtLOASI Whole Family the Interior John Barton Payne sugtimes. 408 60UTH FOURTH AVE. Shawnee 1986 Wart MS4 On Tursltux; Diamonds and other Tr gested the propriety of placing forDuffy, who Chaplain Francis P. Two HAMBLY'B Stores onal Property at Xiowtst 3Uta la city mer Gov. Smith on the board. As Next to Rex Theater LONG DISTANOB HAULING was also decorated, made an ad AMERICA MEDIUM FOR HELP. Chief Executive of Now Y,ork, where Mth and Portland. rsopurs rsovxsxaT Shew. 171 Opea Evenings Until 0 P. M. dress to the 69th officers, in which there aro about 5,000 Indians,. Gov. 18th and Magazine ASSOCZATIOJ C&tr 71C4 he eald: "Col. Anderson, your valHomo Phone, City 3147 Smith becamo familiar wltih tho Incorporated iant commander, Is, as you know, PEESTON PISH AND 208 COLEMAN BUILDING Seventy years ago Ireland .was policies and problems involved in as bravo a soldier and as good an JOHN ASSENT the' protection and management of 0. E. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON POULTRY STORE CALLUS JOB American as ever Hived. Ho has a stricken by a famine that reduced their, interests. Nations Wholcsnlo and Retail perfect right to express his views her population from 9,000,000 odd and remnants ot The Sixtribes still PIANO TUNER at any public meeting. His opinion to the 4,500,000 It is today. You livo in New Yorklesser FISH, OYSTERS, GAME AND State, most of THE VERY BEST . Is his own, and thank God this Is a POULTRY can still see through tho country them on reservations. 1020 EAST BURNETT AVENUE FOR ALL PURPOSaS .Eggs Ohio River Fish 'free country, not an autocracy." Guaranteed Motion was then made to burn the big triangular mounds with their PLEASANT READING. Home Phone, City 8398 424 SOUTH PRESTON STREET Kentucky Ooammcrs Oil Company tho insulting resolution and by black crosses that were the com Kentucky unanimous voto it was decided to mon graves for the corpses picked IxmlsTtilo It Is pleasing to read of the honCity 4597 South 847-Calls Answered Promptly burn it. The 69 th New York lost up by tho side o'f the road. That ors shown Cardinal Dougherty In Day or Night Job Work Promptly Attended To more men killed and wounded than famine with its tewible toll of de Rome "on his arrival there to receive Ton Will Do Better at Spnrrler'a" SOFT DRINKS any American regiment in tho struction was caused simply by the the red hat. Tho Pope cancelled all LEONH. WEBER great war. McDANIEL BROS. FANCY GROCERIES AND DELI- failure of the potato crop. This year other engagements to receive him in Designer and Builder of FRESH MEATS CATESSEN the potato crop Is wefll below nor- private audience on his arrival. And We Bay Rags, Scrap Iron, Metals, FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND VEGETABLES SEEING GOTlLM. mal again, and the prospect for next at the consistory It was Cardinal Rubber and Paper Stock , AND EMBALMERS year is appalling. Dougherty who mado the address of Plans and Estimates Cheerfully 4448 PARK BOULEVARD SPURRIER GROCERY CO. Among The Louisville visitors in J With so many of the country's! thanks to tho Holy Father on behalf LOUISVILLE WASTE Furnished City the past week were men In Jail or on tho run and with of tho newly created Cardinals. A Parkway 387 Phones South 311-& BROADWAY MATERIAL 00. 1215 SOUTH PRESTON STREET New York Mi'ssey Delia Ford, A. B. the women afraid to work in the little over forty years ago tho pres Shawnee 1817 Phones West 852 3 and Bessie Mann, who were fields, the land Is lying almost un- ent, Arcnuienop 01 ruuaaeipwa ana CASKETS AND WEST JEFFERSON TRY at fhe Hotel McAlpIn together for filled this spring. Still more serious Prince of tho Church was a breaker UNDERTAKERS SUPPLIES Phone, City 1109 days. Also at the samo ho- to its consequence Is the wholesale boy in the mining regions of Penn several (WHOLESALE ONLY) LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY JNO. P. MORTON & CO. BORGMAN'S CHILE tel we.ro Messrs. Simon and G. S. destruction of property. Two hun- sylvania. His rise through all the Ades. Others seen mixing business dred farmhouses have been burned ranks of honor in the hierarchy up NATIONAL CASKET CO. INCORPORATED SOFT DRINKS, CIGARS, ETC. and pleasure were Mr., and Mrs. F. to tho ground, and on 3.35 farms to the Cardlnalato shows tho splenMark ValM, Pres. Incorporated 9. O. Joobt, 8o. and Trtaa. G. Clark, A C. Levi, Horaco Louisville, K). the harvests have- - been wholly or did democracy of the Church of Eleventh and Mncnzlno Streets stabUsheO. 1826 1000 WEST BROADWAY C. D. Campbell, L. Schus- partially destroyed. With the wreck- Christ. In what other organization L. GRAUMAN OO. City 4540 Cumb. West 9366 ter, E. F. Mayer, H. W. Kemp, G. ing of forty-evecreameries, tho would such a remarkable OFFICH OUTFITTERS career COLONELS LOOK GOOD. Incorporated E. Cans, George W. Lamb, J. D. backbond ot Ireland's agricultural have been possible? True Vo PBUnWte STATIONERS Purcell, of Lexington, and W. R prosperity 'has been broken; Unless Manager Joe McCarthy and the BMlin Xa All Xlada of ttflM aad PALM SUNDAY. Macklin, of Covington, spent several eomo means is found of restoring aaiM, FRANKFORT PERSONALS- puisville ball team aro now cavort- - mmnjnxvaxn, vmvs, oaan JM(la maw uom&V busy days In Ahe business district. a clearing center for the milk prod STORAGE OF AUTOMOBILES sunny Mobile under the Palm Sunday tho Church honors ntm&r, xto. ucts it is probable that the farmers NIGHT 'AND DAY. Mrs Hugh Tobin and dai: e Of Business Manager tho triumphal entry of our Lord ' BID Will MAIM will havo to kill off tholr milch Mrs. Bertram Giffels, of AGED WOMAN DIES. "Cap" Noel, who can bo deterhis . Hem Phone. cows. The tsale of other products is havo come back from Lebanon, where mined to pick tho diamonds from General Repair Work, Cleaning and Into Jerusalem, five days before the tr lilt death. For the fulfillment of . Polishing. complication "of ailments, also, suffering, for their fajrs and they visited Mr. and Mrs. Nlcnola's the rough In tho .list of tryouts. A prophecies, our Lord wafc pleased to Wathen, and from Louisville, where All Indications point to the Col- Home Phone, Shawnee 899 caused the markets have been completely Automotive Oo. m'ako a soVomn entry into Jerusalem. chiefly heart trouble, Leahy, Kentvcky-Indianthey visited Miss Clara Mooller onels having a strong roster, and e As He approached tho whole people death of Miss Ellen In tho towns conditions are stui Tobin. JOHN F. WILL, years old, at her homo 215 from the present outlook will not Broadway at First. Homo Tel. 8063 went out to meet Him, carrying worse than Mrs. M. Kearns branches of ollvo in their ihanda Penn street, Jeffersonvllle, where them such as the country. Many of Miss Louis6J. Kearns, and daughter, have Mike Kelly's St. Paul aggregaThurles, Cork, ot Cincinnati, tion to fight as a pennant contender, CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION and making tho air resound with she conducted a grocery. Sho was lie in ruins, OJisburn, to tho ground. COMPANY burned and Mrs. A. C. Hamilton and family; the latter being weakened considPARRAKEET acclamation, "Glory to tho Son born In Ireland and her parents Already their GENERAL CONTRACTORS tho damlage to property is Now York, aro with Mhelr mother, erably by the loss of Rapp and Leahy. Grocery Company of David! Blessed Is He that Com- were Mr. and Mrs. William Haertlwater $200,000,000 and the Mrs. George Salendar, on tho South Reinforced Concrete, Wrecking:, Many of the fans here are eth In the name ot the Lord." The survivors of Mis3 Leahy aro estimated at With tho Side, 'Frankfiirt. Excavating and Granitoid Work Incenwratca sorry to see little "Chuck" Wort-ma- n On this Sunday tho church blesses two brothers, Michael Leahy and figure is still growing. biggest of loss of twenty-eig3330 WESTERN PARKWAY out of tho lineup and others I FOR THK BENEFIT OF YOUR and distributes palm branches. The John Leahy. Funeral was from factories in tho country,the coincident CONDUCT OinO MISSION, f can not see the need to worry over . procession with palms represents tho St. Augustine's church Saturday HDNEYS DRINK PARRAKEET with tho destruction ot tho creamer mt Tlnrniv All City 6910 Rev. Edward Farron, O. P., Head the nosslhlo loss entry of our Lord into Jerusalem morning. Roe., Shawnee 1883-- L MINERAL WATER ies, unemployment Is naturally rife. of the missionary, hand of Wash agree that tho Indian ca8 hit, but to and his entry Into heaven with ihis Parkway 401 Belfast reports 30,000 men out ot Ington, D. C, and Rev. John utilize his hitting ability ho would elect after tho last Judgment. Wo Co. TOTTINGER PROMOTED. work; Dublin, over 50,000 out of a Alhearn, of St. Louis Bortrand's, this havo to be played every day in the should preserve our palms with Incorporated' . total population of 250,000. In city, conducted a very successful outfield and there's the rub. In tho great respect and keep them in our BANNON WML Lancaster V. Pottinger, recently short, conditions In Ireland today mission week in Sacred Heart outfield Tincup can loso more games GENERAL TRANSPORTATION, chambers. promoted to instructor in the wire- show a prospect not merely as bad church, last Dayton, Ohio. R.ev; John by awkward fielding than ho would PLASTER CONTRACTING: TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND less school at tho Great Lakes Train- but even, worse than that which Ahearn also delivered the sermon win through timely hitting. WARNING SOUNDED. ing 'Station, expects to visit bis seventy yetirs ago cut her popula- and gave benediction with the 'HAYRBDB PARTEBS" KROOK AND BLOOM aunt, Mrs. L. B. Glass, 618 South tion in two. Tho Irish nation inCLERGY. BARRED. -iizy vhubt main STRaBT Six prisoners were to be executed Second street, in the near future. He deed is threatened with extinction, OletBed Sacrament preceding the i regular monthly business meeting of CttMb. B. II inDublln on Monday It was anPKy 8388 years old, a native of unless' America comes to her help. the Loretto Guild Auxiliary. Is twenty-on- e The Rev. Dr. G6ugh, of St. Pauifs officially Saturday after- Owensboro and a, son of F. X. nounced That America may havo a medium Eunova Clritr fcri Cathedral, protested in an address Hcnn Pert ecto noon. Archbishop Walsh, of DubFollowing his graduation through which such ihelp can. he s Schrocr's Smokers !' ho delivered irecently against the ICTURES AT ST. XAVIER'S.mm Paoae, City 7804 ". lin, and other prominent persons from St. Kavier's College to 1918 efficiently, economically and wlthoi Cams. Phone, Wert 412-magnificent Passion .picture, exclusion of clergymen, from tho (UNION MADE) havo Joined la a public protest he took a course in wireless teleg- discrimination of party or creed, ,3f tornal Light," willv bo shown British Parliament. Ho pointed out against tho execution. George W. raphy at tho ' prerooationaS school American Commute for Relief Homo Phono, City 6041 time at St, Xavlers that to be eligible for Parliament m Russell of. tho Irish Homestead and and then attended the reserve offi- Ireland 'has been established wl. Gym Sunday afternoon and night. they would first havo to give up the Agricultural Organization, Issued a cers' training corps at Lexington, headquarters at No. 1 West Than ' This is pronounced onp ot the church. It was monstrous, said Dr. SCHROER BROS. SOU statement saying: fourth street. New York City. later enlisting In tho navy. greatest motion pictures 'ever pre- Gough, that a country calling itself "If these penalties aro allowed AND commission consisting ot Quakers sented, and none should mi'fs this democratic should stipulate that a Manufacturers of FINE CIGARS to be inflicted, If tho evidence ot from Philadelphia! ifl already in Ire- opportunity ot .seeing 1t. PREPARING RECEPTION. man should give up ihls calling if 641 EAST JEFFERSON STREBT' laee wbst market dozens of witnesses is to be set land Investigating conditions, and ho wanted to serve hls country. It J aside, 122-- J Of Ireland will grow the soul Reatdeaee Phone Shawnee Citizens generally of Portland, based on tho needs reported by ST, JOSEPH'S day; Both Phones 2406 waB putting the dergy in tho samo as far apart ifroan the possibility of Ore., aro preparing a public them a fund (has been named of The coming Saturday will be tho category as tho only two other friendship with Britain as the earth .for Miss Mary MacSwiney, $10,240,000 which .must be raised' feast; day ot St. Joseph, spouse of classes barred from Parliament loa o is from ,tho polo star'." REUTLINGER 'aiiOsa mountx CO. Irish eduaotor and sister of the late right away. For the need in Irefoster and lunatics, he Ho warned the Government to Lord Mayor MacSwiney, in that city land is urgent. Every day's delay tho Blessed Virgin Mary, ot the criminals ono of England's declared. Adolph KestUnger This is. lightest father of Jesus and patron LaiaW Maaafer take heed, thus supporting predic- next Sunday that is destined "Ho may mean, loss of HSfo to an individ- Universal Church. Many will com- sine against Christianity and huTJJBJt INSURANCE om Yam Plata Rata tions which are being freely made eclipse any publio reception over ual. In particular the children waint memorate the day by attending manity. Despite her propaganda j the- - executions wHl be the tendered that a distinguished woman assistance. There aro thousands of mass and receiving holy communion. tho world will soon realize, that 'n. HI Wwt' Jeewe signal for "wholesale .republican re visitor to Oregon, TORNADO, LIABILITY AND them in Dublin starving now. They England Is the most cruel and hypo(Sjm 4 near) v prisals. look to America, confident that the BODIES' ARRIVE. PLATE GLASS critical nation the world has ever piwm great Republic will, help them as 4t UNIONISTS AND PARTITION. of 1,608 American known, and te farthest away of all The 128 SOUTH THIRD STRUT OBSERVE GOOD FRIDAY. Helped .the other children of Europe. soldiers bodies.died in Franco during from democracy, who Unionists in the. south of Ireland rOOLKY FOR MOMMY, MB the war arrived at New York on Nearly ervery merchant in Jeffer-- have, formed an NEW ALBANY. X. A. Xrayy Sunday on the transport Somme Okas. a. Xnrf. CARDINAL DOUGHERTY, eonvMIe toae promised to. accede to league, whicfi. .has Just protected to ' Home Phone, City 7891 eaSTer mOmt. with no fMMtr the request of the JenersonvMie tne urHifln Government agakmt the The meeting ot the Choral Club from' Antwerp. It has been, definitely settled that XXJJPP'f MEAT Ministerial Association Vto close partition act. A remarkable artiele of the Mew !Albny Catholic Ladies' NNitaH. MARKET PREDICTS REPRISALS. Cardinal Dougherty and hie party !, MMnV pa their business for ihree" hours on Good appears in last week's Church of Literary Aasooiatioa, adtedtded "lor 'J O'Callaghan, Lord .Mayor will y Friday afternoon.'- - This will organ thta evening, has been. poMponed ot Donald ,who arrived in .Cincinnati The leave Rome March 29 for Par tat. WholMale aaa Retail ,f Ireland the official . rooijnr, . Cork, Cardinal will sail from Cherjtbe'houfsnof land ot eowthern ProteetantJam. cad Mag bU Monday night, March 21." The be between .OMC . TUB AXB on Monday, said the hanging of.elx bourg April 6 on board tho steam4 o'clock taetead of 12 and 3, m upon- aU creeds to . uaM 1, otoriartwmu in pre- Kymaaalum elaaa mt Uaet, ;nlht at members of. the army fjtho Irish ship Olympic, whichrie due to arrive AU Xtaae t6mkU Mm " was done Jtiat year." serving an undivided aattoa. ' Unity OowMigr JUU. . Republic may result in reprSMle; In New York April 121. Ml MAOT JSmOtftON STWr to X v ' -- WHY? SIMON Twenty-eighl- h The legal brilliancy and soJid In formation of W. J. O Connor,- Dem ocrat and able attorney, has estab ilshed an enviable record for devotion to duty, solid ability and un doubted Uegal talent. He Is cner gctic and 1n a number of Important suits in which ho has appeared he has distinguished .himself by 'his un doubted talents. Mr. O Connor Is a fine speaker, thoroughly posted on aH topics of the day, devoted to the Democratic party and .endowed with a spontaneous wit that lends brilliancy to his eloquence at tho bar or on the stump. Ho Is. one of Louisville's younger men with a future, and the elder members of the profession which foe adorns prophecy great things In store for this talented and popular Democrat, who has already won an enviable name for himself in ihls native city. - tle lilt o song And sho Is haM ttho world away and all the days are long! No love Is like the love that swells within tho Irish heart! Her heart's with me, my heart's with her, however far apart! And sometimes 1n tho night I hear her call and call and call, And sleep has gone from me and won't come back at all', at all! And sho is staudin' on the hills and lookin' far away And, oh, my iheart Is like to break - And a little UltV)' laughln' and a lit- agree that ho will add strength to tho ticket In November, having many per&onal friends and supporters in the Independent and Republican ranks. As President of tho Shelby Democratic Club he has wielded great influence Jn organizing both tho men and women Dem ocrats in tho Second and Third wards, and an old time majority Is predicted from that district this fall. Mr. TMlliken is an untiring worker In a campaign and his serV' Ices always bring results. . SPRING SUITS $25 and $35 We pay much less upstairs, because there's so much less to pay for. No outrageous rent, fancy fixtures, deliveries, credit losses, etc. Our low expense plan cuts out all the waste. Our guaranty means your money back if you want it, wrc m cs nut sunsnea until you are, "Take the EL." t i ANNOUNCES FOR MAYOR. I when day! comes St. IRELAND Democrats across the River have in Joseph Warder an able attorney and public spirited citizen who is sure to mako a winning race and put Jeffersonvlliie back under Demo cratic rule. Joseph H. Warder made his official announcement as candidate for the Democratic nomination for Mayor last week and has been conducting an active canvass for some time. Mr. Warder Is a native of Jeffersonvillo and his father, the late Luther F. Warder, served Patrick's twelve years as Mayor and was con sidered one of the hest the city ever had. Mr. Warder has served as City Clerk and as County Attorney. Ho has been a hard party worker in every campaign and Is popular with an classes. SMITH OX Klothes-Shop- pe UP STAIRS Fourth and Market FRANK SCHUPP, Mgr. BOARD. IjEE E. OJlALLE oo. INCORPORATED FRED ERHART ARCHITECT FUJSTJERAIi DIRECTORS Joseph - Sixty-ninth- ") PONTRICH Dock-welle- r, - . 1120-112- h Oil and Grease .. .. .. W EPPING'S 01-00- MODERN HOMES M THIRTY-FOURT- H Meri-weath- er . .... ST-Ho- me n v, n a sixty-nin- Har-grave- s. ht Sullivan transfer P. Ppt-tinge- r. -- ' - W Frank Hartman ft Sons II PAINTIRI DECORATOR! street ,. welcome ft M atyjm. 5 anti-partiti- on . Lof r, .!" '" I : . prob-aM- Ga-tett- e wwsi, V -- - . , I I'.finLVA t ji 'ti.v ..' ,i. !::.. ..rr.,A'. v., ,fc. V.' iK &M, OED2!TnCJOBrV fnexfen AJlidtpteJMWftUIRELAND - Von AMERICA. BIKE TO HEICE'S "THE REALLY BETTER PLACE" IN LOUISVILLE WE ARE DISTRIBUTORS FOR THE BEST ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 'x' Western Electric Washing Machines Western Electrie Dish Washing Machines ' Western 'Electric Sewing Machines and Motors Royal Carpet Cleaner Simplex Ironing Machines Any of the above, can be Purchased on Our Dividend Payment Plan, it's such an Easy Way to Buy Them. We will Rent Jou a ROYAL, the Best Carpet Cleaner for $1.00 per day, If You wish. , 4444444i44&t44W44444 .,-- . u,AKxxv:ftAx cryrwwww SM&&i&$S&H - ftK$34334HS3$s Carpenters' and Machinists' Tools t Cutlery, Aluminum and Granite Ware Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Etc., Etc. Automobile Accessories Bricklayers' and Concrete Tools Rope, Bolts, Etc. ,$444$3H4$5$"S$$ 'Phone Gty or Main r. 4325 NATIONAL FESTIVAL. What searching bound Is that I bear Above the cit's roar? Fling up the window wide, my What's I hear the thn' My roil Of drum tha thiob and thrill on Ui ail. The bllK'e- - M.iit nid hull' The ""' ahaip IMtiitk's day H in ray' Hun.n1 'Tis And ill 'hf " fife " diums" Are oiu tu lpatl the g'.md parole That louml the cojmi comes' 1 boy, And let me -- ten more I i , 1 The There s ne tocu thousand men parading up Pnxidwaj' And, oh ih Kieon thjt dol, the And olrY the land tli.r im' i IiWh "h. th thp ic out mil ' u Jrsh' sure : lu tw i i And nJi tu Iie'a ii "t! i die.jm mife in m n !. rui mi in' Oh. help n" ,(1 ,,'1 w iiclnw bov, oll im ftnUl Ihi-vOnoe ivfi' mu se the flas I love ivf-- ' P m,i nim TTnllffed to the s theup nkt' ''- ou that's pi We fall' And by jour -i Mandanl ecu h niv hiesae aicbt ... irlgltt v, nd GoeJ'on n Mm and WWle, as of ore tho Celt1'' oorpmarchim. clone behind' la h the Irish' "me ilfev'ra out In forre today! irien Tjiero must be twenty paradlpg up BroaUay' 'The flags they bear are fla'gs they'll daro to follow to the fray But, oh," Uic tlrouglit, that comoa unstjtipnt. ' Of Ireland, far , rH1 Tml.iiid sUle I c . b inner tim' vi'h Th TrfWiK-wn- - aiyl i 2 r molest maidon watolilng there and shy; W.ith looks, Say, can it lie tho dust that brings A tear"lnto your oye? Or mav il bo that through the glee 1 Of rhythmic drums inai rou, Some mliiOE strain awakes the pain or oxiio in your wuk 'But never fear, although tho itear O -- , your Irlsli Can Tike Adown yourjfao HU"o flmllo3 skios jyi 'well Irishwppl as ma,y creep, Irlah oh. the Irishlr-fiu- rc 't.liev own the town today, Wftb 'Daughter on the lips of thorn, timlr cTlef' thev won't display; Thtelr vdt Is 'bright, (their worda are light, Who else count do bo ay? Bwt, oh, tho tears far youthful years k Denis A. McCarthy. 'ONXY A TART. Ptiick worked for a notoriouAy ttttr hoisB and lost no chance to i unw xwwn. let to tw. hfan, wfcftgMh trteiMl, -- ft H' &- - Jiirt. gave "Pwt. Ilveaf 'sxhir hD ot ,oiewi." brnd-nv- f. row f "No.V 8M Pftt "only avpr-r- t ot ut CSiV.L.,,ft At' ' t On Holy Thifreday the Church" celebratos tho ins.tltutlon of tho On tint day we Holy Ettclvarier. &$&t&$&$&fr$Q&$ in a particular manner evince our gratitude to our Lord for having hte men who are now willing to given Himself to us. and ask his the inpn who are now willing to 8 pardon for the insults to winch He """" RETREAT VOR KXIGHTS. subjected in tits Mast Ho'y Saera-meof the Altar, 1 It has been decided to divide tho On Holy Thursoday all the faithful should ieceve holy communion. retreat for the Knights of Colum as tho nc- eYe can not choose a more suitable bus over three upon whloh to approach the coinniodatlon d at Gethsenvane, wlwro HOME INCORPORATEDhelv table and testify our gratitude the retreat will be held, are not tc our Savior. The mai is on tills day sniheieht tor the full membership at OF BIT differs from the rest of the office. one time. The dates decided on aro o of the Holy Eucharist Is cele-b- i July 8, IS and 22, Friday evenings HIGH CLASS PICTURES &r That sited, a subject therefoie of joy until Monday morning. As the AND and thanksgiving, expressed by the membership it large It to expected L(?cansi7DDDp DSteinrfeonefoo of bell and the vh to color eadh week-en- d ringing w ill see as many at GOOD MUSIC. of the vestments and ornaments of Gcthsemane as can be taken care &4.VtH4""'4S"S4u4 the attar of. It has not been definitely deI Tine rubriee prescribe the conse termined who the retreat master Sir your boys an education that will prpar tiem foT lif one for the will be. cration of two bouts rmerlaro of thto day. the other to be carried In solemn procession to a College EVACUATION DAY. ST. RltlGII). tVace adorned with lights, wfbere iveople to iay their clwirchlj'' wnv PRIEST'S TRHJl'TB. 1U W. Broadway, Xionlivllle Ky. it bt kept with gieat swenaor ror as a duty and in gratitude for the The amatvereaxy of the evacuation Trtve rea. M office of the next day. Manv evidently do not know that blessings ot reHg!on which they en- Conducted by tho Xaverlan Brothers. Kditor Kentucky Irisvh Americanof Boston, following as it does upon Classical, Scientific and Joyed lrom the bountv of henien." St. Bridget Is tho name of Sweeden'e eon of thW great solemn worship Business Maixjh 7. IIopUnVlUe. Ky centuries 0f God in the Bles&pd Saci anient Is the natal dav of St. Jatrtck, the Courses, Preparatory Department, Large 2G He did not resort to the false prln- - patron saint, who lived Th Boston Pilot of Febtuary - Swimming Pool, well Equipped Gym5hu"th Boston diof the death dple of codiWihg or coaxing 'men tio. after St. Brigid, the Alaiy of Pirhi. to give the people un opportunity citizens ot the nasium. Terms moderate. unuJned, a brief trtct. at ietore to God a mere pittance of St. Brigd was one of the three of returning' thanks to God. for th's ants, mostly si Iriah or their descend-In P. McParland of Rev. John Bro. Benjamin, Dlr. double celebration unite religion ag a greatest of the many sajmts Who won ine.stlpiable blctiiing on the vei dy As rthat thev owed to WalttKim, Maas, lite old home duty to the God who for Ireland the title of the Island of- ,tSPif of i's ina.itutlcn, ami this one grand outburst of no tiibuto lrae been pakl to him for bounden It is a cotocwleneo had revealed to Saints Patrick, Brigid and Columb- rent ment Is sti kingly ev need bv ican natriictism. 'it's splendid services to religion in through ivnllgion ear iy settleiy' to this db JOHN B. RATTERMAN LioutovUle. I w!h io them tho tpeasures and the mercy kill, Tha name BrlgJfl means bright; ti,.ni In th r frequent visits to the that the tho.rttooeae of . trlt owmI lo the ancestor of thite He was an acttve'iit is one of tlie Gaelic names that places wlheie It is resen-edput on rocord in. u amall way hte of hi graes " '" ranie Irish people theLr preservation au over liiuropu The altars are miippeu Kentuckj shenhertl and lie- feared for the lias R'gnaa labors 'for mute lit FUNERAL DIRECTOR Tho hisIn sign of sorrow trom dealt h by starvation. early day of our own wl ki Patlwr McPariahd ws ordained for- fer,eeTtln'Ce of the deadhead and and In tho was not considered an Durin-- eeathe to ring on Holy Tihut-la- y torian says: 'Arriving too Jat for He (uvlcountry it Hie slacker within fhe pate ma? this dloe!i and oxerclsod the prletholy oils are planting, before spring ifchey were in 2114 WEST MARKET STREET hero for upwards of Ireaitenl. cxltorted and rebuked in esciustvely IiHerfi name, nor did tt at the Carhelial the lv m nKti doctrine, and ho necessarily Iirtllonte that the hearer .blessed for the adinlnlsp'eung of the sore straits for want of food, and twentv jeaiv He labored hoBlly at all lMitiance and The errors in apell- - gacrament of baptism, eoulli motion, but for the timely airirvafl of tliu couW be seen .at the break of day was a Catholic". i'ltwic Vailed' and on Its bard.m-lsPhones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland ship Lion from Iielarud, on Febru alnts extreme ing the namt) order at Re wick and finally a ptoufty repairing to pie Htoly of Is not entirely ot the Gaelic lose of i10,,y washing and the feet in uno'ion. ary &, li)3l, laden with food, they Wfst ri79. ' ous memory or due to the Tne l iig'o.n He wins In wretched Holies, mnking leddy to nacertd tho igno-aonline, rf ,f the examnle and precept of our must hate perished trom Hi h for ears and hiul he not nltar tf saorlflce to offer the matin the language. Tlios history apd teachers have often fjord, who washed tte feet of his and on account ot tWIs twlwf Feb an estmordlnary sltepherd of oblation of the adorable Presence. Irish 'nun Avoid Rush mary ii was made a day of thanks rue cnange or niXrstle.s, takes place tnis oay. fl k he wonkl hftve resignwl Uecfturo lve loved the ptaieo where Iwen renmruRbie Wr Thp 1 giving and prateo Brhgid to Brldiset. best an- ' . ciia.iges and sought relief from God's hidden glory dwelleth he wis AVOID THE RUSH . LADIES, claim that St. Brlgld was GIYEN LAET1RE MEDL. ilui to tecuiserate his shattered no gadabout, seeking pecroatilon and thorftle Folkhart. Connty Iouth in THREE HOLY HOURS. - dlvendon lndiel It would be quite Iwrn in He was a iprleet of ronmimmice- Bring your last year's hit 11 us She yQ the Lst ot noble and generou the His devotlsn to duty Impossible to plctrue him aporttng the middle Of blqod fifth centurv eaHv nc 'oal have leen and at an This year Good Friday will be on enrdy and sure money by 1u.ij5 it a big automobile, floating about on was of noble mPn an0- ,TOmPn wno iifv ut'orlx no bound. AU histhe life, years the receptjun of Ae in i.e she eniterert the muslo. IMera- - deemed worthy of prepntLd by the Maich 25. agitation the severalgeneraJi roblocksd In.Foitynewest bluipe To and all his interests were con- lleiastire bent. He knew thatt after Sho was tho patron of monastic Nov. hhaprs Wo I Into for the the tne uaetare Medal in the eaujo of Chrlwt ' Ho such tilings cometh the deluge. Select Viom He "tted" the burthen ot the litre, science and art ami a grsa Universltv of Notre Dame everv year observance of the threo holy hours w is er found faithfully at his reiigioli and t0 some member ot the Catholic Is being waged from San Francisco. his Oroas. he loved Its yoke, he was worker m tho causo of Our method of reblockm.,, d ailh of duty awl expended powers to tho laeti ilegreD ravished by its siniple shadow. For oduentionr. As tho onre and educa- jay wij0 han done unusual eVivlfe AU honor to the city of St. Francw! ing and dyeing has proven t great wti'Tik uon or xne pool" an iBispixau't 10 for God rfnnl aountry, tias Den There are cassation of buHnees and all Our forty out (the wayward and tho such n. priest we nan tell Infight, wera tho chief duties of ,i tnr 1921 tw name ot Miss noise on Good Friday, f:om noon Buccess.guarantee. years .of bus.aeas wa.s truth that he fought a good Ea.ltea Father MxjPailnnd BL Brleid xnurse, of Cincinnati, oiie until o'clock, and the crowding is our .finished hte course and kept the! the monasteries.., iipeoiany dlllgont in bringing the When ytbit bring your hat tj us many things ajong hu-'tlVB famous of present day of the churches of all denominations, you aro bringing Ijrht of faith to UJie othor nheep ani rulth, and liow there is laid nn for time to do wno umu we or roaav it to a rei able nd a woman of exceptional ha established nn edifying custom him a ciown of. itistico with 'the mamtnrwn drawing th MulnenUy sucCoasful uu will got As an artist. which these .good people p&turaily Louisville concern nnd Lord, the just Judgo ' glveth to all corisddor modern rnnavations. &lw poty aiMi goodness. them into the true fold. He feJt through Irt- - Mtes bourse wmong all wish to see apread verywhere. If the beat .attention, Ho traveled extensively love his coming. obligation fhem t that flfleplv thP tremendous and a ayilod of the Irish Miss Noun.? we reflect tor but a moment what FATiLS CITY STRAW AVOItKS of h1s holv calling, bluing pfo- - was ah edifying priest, a pastor of Blsliops at Moath. and on another. 0I) artWs of America those three .hours meant to maa- waa )0,ni at Mt Ploaiant. of quehchless roujMllv hie priestly office, and ap- - matchless dovotlon ateo atttended the elect 'ur 'nutj n mGO thirtpen she was whar tho Redeemer gave and ob- T18 WEST JEFFERSON STREET ' the lofty dignity that God zeal .in tho tanks wherouno he had of a Bishop, the choice of which North Side , tw School of Design, In tained thereby we will make use Of had .committed to his keeping, ho been railed. I rise up to mune him was left to bar, and history records of our opportunity nnd influence tp On the completion I soilute him from afar. to boar the loved itrovp manfully choice-waan excellent wmk there her father, who was liave thla devotion olK erred every He I infijrt, needs bellevo that I honor that hor jiatou rcsponsibWles. yoke of his sne wuver' . ana joug.ut - iirmker. lost Ms fortune; ana ror where. Catholic employers and em- I.Rent a Royal Ele?trtc Cleaner God tnj3PU osceedlng muoh In seoldng one man of was o hisv6fcaln-los- s It In a maifnor Uint would have do- - mnnv vnars he and hor slctor saved ployes should not bo backward In and n meet priewUy priest. He was the privilege of honoring memory Ills naino xind fume lighted a Now England aboiitiontw from their earnings, and with that this movement. They will be more He the peer of his fellow priests Brlgld. woukl havoj been a Bood rowuwl from lre father's estate, had respected for evidence of their sln- St. was piety exemplified, a pattern, of are, eecure. life record is written Ipndor-l- n jitiv inovemont for' the vera1 yeai' study 1n oore wishes In euch a matter. The for burning zoal. a inouai or lureioss largo la this dlooeso. By his simplest and moat effoctivo plan Is to the orphans, if for noth- uplift of humanity, and her itfo is'p. - i,. daily Industry. Hto to induce the municipality to issuo to the fer ing ol,so, his memory ought long to "Brldgot Party" might study wi$.h Hfo was an Jnspii-atioFIGHT .UNOLE.YX FILMS. linger with us. Ills dust now minait announcement through tho Mayvent Christian. a groat deal of profit. peoor. w"hich can bo- dono by request As a pastor he stood valiantly gles with the ashes of another "Catholics of tho United State wl of-few influential cltlzemft prefer hut ho will lemain revered coaso-los- s ple, was-Rinongst hie (lock.,. Ho DON'T YOU EAT FISH? soon bo enrolled In the. campaign ably by the am or nonMjatnonca. preacher of tho Word of God among us as one of tho really great "Why do ypu cat fish?" sid a which the National Catholic WelIllustrious and ho .instructed his peoplo with priests of a dlocaso conspicuous for Captain of drago6u3 at tabid to (a for priest! fare Council has begun for t.he elimEVE. Eg&s- ability, with unswerving caro and Its first pastors and S many ot their successors. ination ot Indecencies frp;u motion He was a consummate mo' pictures and tho stage. "I'll tell you. If you will tell JOS, P. WELSH, Pastor, Striped wool mohair favored verlsahlo apostle for tho spread ot why you wear red breeches," Charles A. McMahon, Director of for spring sports wear. tho faith and ho yearned for its ' OYER NIGHT STAR. To lIcluYou "With Your Cleaning "Because tho commandant" orders the National Catholic Welfare Counoronagtttton everywihore. ,y Phono Us Now. He ho- Novel blade satin, pump3,have it." cil's motion picture department, pleated tongues of satin. '1' lteved In the fatth with all the inwo oat fish on Friday bo- makes the following statement: one of Irs fin "Well, Motherhood finds tensity of his pious soul, nothlnp There fceoms to be no tendency "In this campaign the National doubting nor wavering In 4ho prov est portrayors in Vera Gordon, causo l,ho church commands It." skirt for Catholic Welfare Council is endoav-orin-- g toward a 'really long"But Isn't meat just as good on idence of God. Ho- pastorated ovot whose sympathetic acting made hor Incorporated to rid pictures and jilays of spring. ho was the leadi- a star over night whvn sho achieved Fridays as on any othor days?" romll churches, but Huts of tullo In .a beautiful rich 333-33- 5 "Certainly; hut lot mo aslc a Ques- uncleanness and Immorality. to Wo ng; pastor of this dlccese In sus a notablo triumph as mother In thd WEST MAIN ST. tho brown shade arc the latest Innovation, Why do you eometlmes shut aro giving no aid or comfort' taining and supporting the or- City 135-M- nin Hor magnificent a oldior In tho lockup on broad and advocates of 'blue' laws, and Wo do tion in evoning hats. par- "Greatest Love." rihans. Othor larger and richer Cape'd jacket? for spring suits am not favor' tho abolition ot innocent ishes contributed larger sums for work has enthused all who have seen water?" Our a prediction advanced arid substanpublic amiviement nn Sunday. "That's a punishment." Iho upkeep of tho orphanages, hut her. Prom the opening of the play Is to elimmodnnd In proportion to the numbers in his till tho famous trial scone she car"And to pifnlsh our ovll inclina- ueslro from determination the screen tiated by numerous Interesting the stage' and DRUGGISTS 'flool ho was easily flrsjt among the ries her audience with her and 1n tions tho church commands us to inateIndecencies which have becomo els along theso lines. the Corsets of heavy lustrous tartota, YOUR PATRONAGE WILL BE foremost ot our pastors, He spps training, appearance, and Personal- deprive ourselves ot meat." notrlbus on both Mon conspicuous of satin and of brocade aro in such ity sho 1s fitted to tho character she Jato the office-- , of the Bishop APPRECIATED "Thai's all right," said the sol- In the moving picture Industry havo rich shades as roso, orchid, contributions for diocesan make so vividly real. Manager Fred dier, "but you can't deny that fast- admitted that many films are THIRD & SOUTHERN PARKWAY green and .lemon yeMow. purposes whWst he wae pastor of DoUq Is succeVtsful in gdvins the pub-Ik- s ing is pretty tough work." Phono Parkway 13 and some positively Immoral. the very best' dramas lri the French handmade drosses In handthe small but generous congresa- But it's hard It these leaders sin"Very possibly. was lavish movihlr picture world, clean, strorfg, work to carry" a steel helmet like cerely desire, to ot tho Industry busi- kerchief linen and cotton fabrics arp Uona '.t jEarllnflfton. He protect their unl.kajHriltr Tu mMi find womn ' being Imported" extensively and find OSTRADER & HARRIS In hjfc devotion, to religious need :.1.7l ; yours -- i ness .from hurtful restrictions and ready ". 'i "TiV-- T il.i Immedisale among the appreciative- outside the hounds of bH It defends my head at the saiae time 'serve public debut PHARMACY No. 2 ate charges. If we all 'were to IlfT Wi IWn. jrvi'Si. ,... trom the enemy's "blows." VI li Hats, both large and small, cency, we shall he $lad to havo tttwrllntedlj. wt he did we agent In ihe "south, and 'the present trf r.rftno do china and eni- nerve AVa oqnsder "Well, In the ame way fasting their EIGHTEENTH AND 3IADISONSTS. flow, wool sWould not he disgmced wl4i the tatJon of "1'he Greatest 'Love", at fhe us from censorship only a a final re-- brotdered In but It alHtmbwhte ieetaie4e of basuuire and Alamo comes In'theway of a de- Is painful, enemies, defends ami the or chenille, are LOUISVILLE, KY. tha devil our worst wure. Whether we shall eventually spring models, spoken of as early othr auestlonahle devices for the lightful treat to all ckuwee ot thea- - tledh." Invoke It a a remedy depends on He f,ught hi tef .foers.and movie taue, ( support or reinsuu Brushes, Brooms and Mops S The total white imputation of the? United State, at the close 'of Xho Revolution was .1,172,000 and were purely Irteh, But those figures doMiot correctly repproportion In the resent the! Joseph Galloway Colonial army. declared In the House of Commons of the American that "one-hanrmy Is Irish;" but more accurate Invostlngation had shown that praclt tical')' of tho regular soldiers of tlho Colonies In the Revolution were born in Ireland and a third more of Washington's troops were of Irish ancestry- - A ICIUarnoy Immigrant's son, Gen. Sullivan, struck the first blow on land boforo was was declared by seizing, on December 11, 1724, Fort William and Mary at Newcastle, N. II., and capturing fifteen cannon and a hundred barrels of powder, later to 1jo used with telling effect at Bunker HH1. "It was the first act which could bo regarded as one 'of open and direct hostility committed by a military Governforce agaln'at tho Royal ment." Then on May 11 came the first sea At battle of the Revolution. Machlas Bay, Maine, an Irishman, Jei emjah O'Brien, witih a few to lowers on board a sloop, attached tho British warship, the Margavitta, captured her; turned her upon the two British oruiscrs, tho Dlligenco and the Tapnlqutih. coming to iter tescue, arid then defeated a Wholo squadron, containing some of the largest vetsels afloat, w.hieh had been sent out from Halifax to crush Little wonder that James O'Brien. Fenimoro Cooper calted the deed On "the Lexington of the Seas." May i"0,0 1775. tho Continental Congress issued an Address to tho Peo-ol- e Of 'Ireland, declaring" "Wo acknowledge with pleasuro and gratitude' that the Irian nation has produced patriots Who liave nobly themselves In tho cause of humanity and America." Washington's private secretary. Joseph Raed, was the son of an Irish Immigrant The Secretary of itho Con-ess that issued the Declaration of Independence was Charles Thompson, of Derry, Ireland, the man ' whom John Adams, called "tho life orMhe cause of liberty,'' tho man whofcn word was so trusted that tho Delaware Ind'ans adopted him as "the Man- of Truth." lf one-ha- Strauss Clothes For Spring Are Here With Extra Trousers! Newest styles, latest patterns, from our own New York and Rochester factories direct to you, each Suit with two pairs of Trousers, hand-tailore- d, tptfd J. B. and tpt5(j & CO. STRAUSS 236 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE Fourth and Jefferson Next to Buschemeyer's AMERICAN MOTORCYCLE 616-626 MANUFACTURING UrOOBI'ORATED COMPANY Underhill Street, Louisville. Ky. MANUFACTURERS OF AMERICAN MOTORCYCLE of gasoline In year lound country road driving. Bocauso it gives about 3C0 miles to a quart of oil. Because it has a vlbratlonleas motor. Because It has an extraordinarily efficient and indestrlotlble clutoa, Bocauso It Is almost nolselcu Because old men, boys and women too can ritlo It. Because It Is so light In weight and so simple In construction and operation. Because It's the greatest value of any motorcycle made. ' Because It Ife made in LoulsvIIio. Because It gives from 120 to 140 miles per gallon WHY YOU SHOTJX.D RIDE IT: N Ki East 227-- J , PHONES HOLY THURSDAY. WL'ATHKRSTRIP Wood nnil Metal Si'ivons mul Repairing, Sleeping Poiches, General Repaiis mid Remodeling, Store Fronts. Roofs Repaired Ami Painted Call Today 22S FRANCK AVENUE LOUISVILLE, KY. ALL-META- O. J.t L SIMMS Crescent 110-- L HB Bet.3 , no-tlc- ri Enw,o&(a rK - It lill pay yoa to bay at I nt WALNUT THEATER week-end- s, I tSd. V'Hiketo Helck's" Si. Xavicr's Irksh-Amea- -- uecome-popiM- ar s - i i Ladies, the . . , i I lat -- aun-srtmni- rai wv-kln- toiiiul.jjijj 0f arts, j,, 'A ?' wom-lan- d, Clncin-oocasl- on nrf-hitm-c I jleid s riniiiii .r while-heart- ed bene-factfo- - a a 1 M maEMmsm!& - Childers Elect. Co. Dcmling's Pharmacy - record-breaki- ng lav-end- urf-cle- an i? MLXV aii self-color- PaV 1r .J i irsrawc j5CK?3Mranjo3Bnf March-Catho- imgH ajvjobpioasit - &"& ' SgP rf "8 "S).'i Vljj Weekly Savings Club , South wept on, every desk. Neater CLAIMS OF ARMAGH. Home Phone, City 702 Cumb. Phone, ,Maln 91;$, erasures are made with it than with lic What is tho capMal of tho new When the news was received in an ink eraser. McCbY REALTY COMPANY .. State, "Northern New York of the slaying of .Lord Ireland 7" Tho Armagh Chamber of Commerce, an SEND THEM HOME. Mayor "Clancy of Limerick, the OITY, SUBURBAN AND FARM PROPERTY unsectarian body, has iraesed a. lone Lord Mayor's brother, Egan Clancy, William Randolph Hearst, owner and remarkable resolution showing 81 JvEXYON BUILDING. t SOUTH FIFTH STREET . $1.75 solemnly swore to avenge his death. The Soul of Ireland, Lackington, S. J.. .....'. , 2.25 Even though he was forced to flee ot 'the New York American, writes that Armagh and not Belfast should Ireland's Fight for Freedom, Creel be tho of tho now Parliament. ., Why God Loves the Irish, Desmond... 135 here from Ireland five years ago as follows in hia paper! Call Us When In Need of Sir Philip Glbbs should pack up A summary of tho arguments is Irish Lyrics .nnd Ballad3, Father Dollard 1.35 because of hia Sinn Fein activities, Ho is curious and interesting. Tho'Cham- Clancy said ho would return as soon his itrunks and go home. 2.00 History of the Sinn Fein Movement and the Irish Rebellion In Mallow, "by Mrs. Win. O'Brien.. 1.25 as possible for vengeance. No tears not doing any igood over here, either her of Commerce represents that: Armagh Js the most centraEy dimmed hia eyes as he faced a group to himself, to oitr country or to See our. St. Patrick and Easier Cards. by stirring up factional uatod city in the new State, of friends in the headquarters of the PROGRESS PAINT MFG. CO. It is ono of ithe foremost localities Labor League, West feeling over the Irish question through his Twenty-thir- d for spinning and weaving, f(J WEST MAIN STREET, streew and said: LOUISVILLE, KY. It la tho chief place In Ireland for "George died the glorious death propaganda. This country has long ' INCOnPOKA.Tffi) propa- - frul.t growing and poultry raising. of a gallant Irishman for the cause. been flooded wltlf Perhaps by this time my old father ganda through tho press associations It was a city when Belfast was NATIONAL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION CO- 129 SOUTH, FOURTH STREET. only a and my br&thors Jack, Joe and and the newspapers. Incorporated Paddy may have uvengeil George, propaganda of this character, howIt 1s the ecclesiastical metropolis I fool that It la for me to do ever, though objectionable, does not of both tho Roman and the Anhut so, too. And so I must return. Im- Incite to riot. But Sir Philip GIbb' glican church. ' 0 BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING LOUISVILLE, ICY. ot methods of misrepresenting and It lias two Archblshopi, two mediately after the battle J. II. President abusing tho Irish or rather the two arehiepiscopal palaces. A. J. Mncroom. George was fprccd to flee Secretary method Government's It wni the residence of the Kings to tho mountains. He was pursued English. "Vo offer excellent Coffee, Q K , HOME PHONE, OITY 3529 through Sir Pihlllp Gfbbs Is dis- of Ulster for many years. continually, but was ab'.e to keep three pounds for away from the soldiers. Evidently tinctly detrimental and should bo It has tho custody of Ulster's This means only another decreases over the old price he slipped jnto Limerick secretly to stonncd. If not bv the British Gov masterpiece, tho Book of Armagh. I for this Coffee. This is the best Coffee for the price see his wife and was .found at his ernment's retiring Sir Phlfip Glbbs, It has been a seat of teaming ICELESS on the market. Give Us a trial. at least by the failuiie of our peoplo since tho days of St. Patrick. homo and killed." Two carloads of samples on display. Order now for spring delivery. Krti It was burned no fowor than While little ha3 been known In to attend his disturbing Jcotures. prices aro lowest and guaranteed against decline. Easy terms Our Sir Edward Carson declared that eighiteen times. this country of Loml Mayor Clancy, It was he birthplace of St. ho was leputed to be one of tho the Irish rfuestion was ndnq of our JOTIN OGLE COMPANY most intellectual men in Ireland and "damned business' in America, and 2 12 AVBST MARKET STREET. LOUISVILLE, KY. denounced 'American meddling" in was the residence of St. Brlgld. SEVENTH AND JEFFFERSON STREETS I'lngulsls. Born jrreatest one It Established 1888 thirty-fo-of its years ago, he was grad- Irish affairs - as "damned impuBoth Phones 1323 Brian Bam, the only King of Ireuated from tho University of Dub- dence" If it is the opinion of tho land, lies burled in one of its CaL. H. H A R P R I N G lin with, tho degrees of B, A. and British Government that tho Irish thedrals. ' SEE US WE KNOW HOW M. A. in 1904, and until 1008 was question is none of our damned It contains tho residences of tho their principal nobility including one professor ot modem languages Ik business, they should keep AND the university. Lator he perfcetetl propagandists at home and not send duke, threo cotIs, a visconnt and a PAINTS AND WINDOW GLASS HOOFING AND JOB WORK the school courses of instruction in their people over liero offensively large number of baronets. Gaelic, a language which ho mas- to meddle in matters which they It has tlhe historical and social 8 SOUTH SHELBY STREET ' tered as a boy. He also spoke Ger- declare are none of our damned associations that tend to soften Home Phone, City 5180 ' Cumb. Phone, South 1704. man, French, Spanish, Latin and business, and not attempt to thrust prejudices. It can support its claim by modGreek as fluently as he did Eng- down our throats British views oi tho desirability of ourtrage antli ern precedents tho House, of Rep- Homo Phone, Crescent 2S5 lish. The House of Wall Paper Bargains massacre, destruction and brutal op- resentatives of Uio United States 'Is From his father, John, now The in Washingon, not in Now York; ty-one, a. Fenian, who fought at pression in helpless Ireland. A L P H C. K-the battle of KllmaUock in 18G7, he .foreign nations, particularly tho that of the Australian Federal Pargot tho spirit Which made him one British, that flood this country with liament in Brisbane, not In Meof the leaders In the Sinn Fein. In propaganda under the impression lbourne, Sydney of Victoria. CONCRETE WORK 802-80- 8 E. Market Above Shelby. Accordingly the Chambor of Com- 117 MELLAIRE, AVENUE expedition to Ant that the American "people are poor, 1014 he led LOUISVILLE, KY. werp to set arms ior uio vonin- - gullible fools that can be made to merce oslrs for a commission to City 4930 teers In the 'South of Ireland. Tho believe anything if it is repeated bolect n siite' In or around Armagh nougn arc wasting tlielr to house the new Parliament for, n fnllnwlntr viwir lin was made With A FEDERAL ELECTRIC mander of the Limerick City Bat--! money and in reality injuring their NonUiern Ireland. WASHER OR VACUUM CLEANER own cause. tallon of 1.500 soldiers of tho Irish uur people are tired ot propa Ropubllc. Clancy was arrested many CALLING THE, PRIEST. YOU CAN HAVE A CONTINUOUS times, and once was tentonced to ganda or this kind; they resent the or these foreign countries Dartmoor Jail. Ho received threo Worts Foolish persons ay that the apVACATION FOR $5.00 years In Belfast Jail in 1917, but to, misinform and mislead them, pearance of a nrlost in the, sick 741 E. Chestnut 512 W. Walnut. 611 S. Fourth Buy Direct From the Manufacturer and Save the Differcnco got out 'after serving three months.) They are becoming actually Incensed room has a bad effect on the patient PHONE US FOR DEMONSTRATION those nations which seek to who Is made to ifepl that he Is suro He servfed ns President of the Llm-iSU'WEST WALNUT STREET compel in our affairs MAKERS OF CORRECT FITTING GLASSES erick Aldormen' last year, and on meddle participate in and to aggres- - to die when tho priest conies to nd- s to their January-3last, while commander. ' ots.nn FEDERAL ELECTRIC mlnlstor the sacrament of extreme ,ii.ii wjtiiu .n 1. (.. .. n symDr. A, W. Goldstein, Herman H. Goldstein, Chas, T. Kilmeipr, Optometerists. of tho Volunteers In tho Curlew "luiio, ,1.1, ll 1.l.(vl. nc.iMtu uu n..H unction. And such peoplo delay Clty 149G PHONES Main 3582 Mayor. pathy. Mountains' was elected Lord sending for tho priest for this fanOur peoplo want the cied reason. Now you do not delay 40G His wife, who was- Miss Mary Cumb. Phone, Main Home Phone, City G92 policies of GeorgeWashIngton cendlng for the doctor when a memB. B. JOHNSON & SONS CO. is a champion rifle shot and a lJBader in tho Women's Auxiliary restored. Wo want America to be ber ox your family falls sick. You alone, nnd wo want America to be know that a physician of the Sinn Fein. Men called her must be DR. M. P. DANHAUER Wo do not want these brought In time, since otherwise he as valiant as her husband as a let alone. OFFICE: 701 REALTY BUILDING fighter. They wore married four Eupropean militaristic nations to can do nothing. Neither can the pmbroil us in their quarrels or to priest do anything for the patient years ago and have no children. Parkway 13C-PHONES attempt to control our action at unless ho is , called In time. The rAy Cumb., South 625-- J 008 STARKS BUILDING home or abroad. We want them to sacrament he administers Is for the 100!) LYNNHURST AVENUE . HOLY WEEK. pay their debts and clear up their living. Will' you wait then until attend to tho patient is too far gone to realize' Wonlf fa pnllod liv tho acounts, and hereafter their own affairs. We would Ilko what is being done, to receive theni,rMv "hoiwinmniin. mnjnr" im to do thoir duty to humanity benefit of tho groat week, because of the or even "Eastern Kentucky" Coal "West Kentucky" and to perform 'toward tho peoples perhaps until h past being Is torios which aro then celebrated. On or Means Means tho the promises nnd the threo last days 'of Holy Week, pledges' world they made when they anointed? As a matter of fact the For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. Good, Bad and Indifferent! Any Old Coal! that sacrament of extreme unction does Holy Thursday, or Maundy Thurs- were anxious 'to get us into their not mean that the priest .thinks " WILTON-JELLICday, on which private masses are war: More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a "TAYLOR MINE" We would like Them to do prohibited, Good Friday and Holy this, but we no longer hope tha.t the patient to bo near death. It Is deposit of more than $13,000,000, is the monument of confidence built bytotal Means Means the practice of tho church to ad- people of Louisville at this safe, conservative the Saturday, tho Tcnobrae office is they will do it. bank. The Best Eastern Kentucky Best West Kentucky minister this sacrarment in every held. At Iho singing of Tenebrae, In spite of their propaganda we Coal Coal six candles of yellow wax are light- havo come to know these European case of sickness which Is not trivial, UNDER THENBIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND X and patients have lived to receive Lump $9.00, Nut $8.50 Lump $7.50, Nut $7.00 ed on tho altar, and a triangular nations for what tley arc breakmany It candlestick, supporting fifteen cau- ers of pledges, dodgers of debt, this sacrament mean timos. so does Eastern Kentucky $8.75 Harlan Lump $8.75 not Inevitably death, dles, is placed in tho sanctuary. phlrkers of obligations, defrayers of It need not frighten tho patient that After each psalm of Matins and trust, ready to plunder every other there is no excuse for delaying and to Lauds, a candle of the' triangle is people, and ready to sacrifice their call the priest. Frequently when beginning with tho own people for imperialistic power tho prierft Is administering the sacextinguished, INCORPORATED lowest on the Gospel side. That on and spoils. Wo have no Interest in raments in the home there are inBoth Phones 315. 315 Guthrie Street. top of tho triangle remains lighted common with governments of this terruptions coming from other parts Clay and Pulton Streets. till the end of tho offlco. At tho kind. We must cut free from them of the house. . All members of tho end of the verse "Ut sine tlmoro" or wo will bo dragged down with family should bo present in the room High Grndo Coal at the very lowest prices. Give us a trial. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR of the Benedictus, the candles on them in tho general wreck that such with tho sick person uniting in tho City 4480; Main 1058 the altar aro extinguished, ono uruel ilIul conscienceiesf .policies are prayers and displaying the proper nlni. onnli vnron Tlin rjinilln nt. Hin cure 10 cause attitude of devotion. There should be no tal'king or gathering In other SOUTHERN summit' of the triangle represents BRICK & L. KOELLNER PORK PRODUCTS MONK AND THE DEVIL. rooms and no display or embarrassOur Lord, abandoned by his aposA glass TILE CO. ment of these occasions. tles; it is removed and hidden after HOME BOILED HAMS A SPECIALTY Onco uopn a time there was a Incorporated the Benedictus, until tho end of monk who had a great d!Miko to of water, a spoon, two candles PLUMBER the office; it Is then brought back confession, and the devil put into placed on a table covered with a MANUFACTURERS OF clean cloth In sight of the sick per 028 SOUTH SECOND STREET to tho triangle, as a symbol of Our his head that 'it was no use of his son is all that Is required in propa- - FACE BRICK, COMMON BRICK Lord rising from tho dead. going every week, because he al ration. Incorporated Both Phones 2344 On Holy Thursday solemn mass is ways had tihe same AND DRAIN TILE sins ito tell and of tho institution of the grew no better. in honor MANUFACTURERS OF FRANKFORT. D 13 A L 13 11 S IN GOAL Whilo tho celeHoly Eucharist. He told St. Barnard, wflio was his H. A. DOLL T. BISnOP, Agent brant recites the Gloria in Excel- - abbot, of Irs 'tomntation. nnd tlto The election of olllcers for th) FILSON CLUB AND HENRY WATTERSON CIGARS sis the bolls are rung, but hence- - tnint desired him ito take a Sargo reorganized Altar Society of the CONCRETE WORK OFFICE: , LOUISVILLE, KY. forth remain silent until tho Gloria pitcher that tood in the refectory, Church of the Good Shepherd at COR. THIRTEENTH AND ORMSBY 520 WEST MAIN STREET CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER in Excelsis of tho mass of Holy and fill it w'th water, and leaivojt Frankfort was held at a very en South 1C22 Phones City B47 monastery a thusiastic meeting of tho ladie3 ot Saturday. All the members of tho at the gate of 3 BAXTER AVENUE Cumb. Phono, Main 1S3 clergy communicate at the solemn week; he made the Home Phono, City 583 LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY fiim repeat this follows: process for several weeks, and then tho parish and resultedB. atSalender; Either Phone mass. On this day tho Bishop President, Mr3. Geo. W. M. LEET & COMPANY blesses tho oils after tho commun- ono day he bade him empty the Vice President, Mrs. Emll Hold!; LIBERTY SHOE SHOP AGENT FOR OLIVER TYPEWRITERS r, ion. Tho ceremonial requires tho pitcher and .bring it to him. Mrs. Financial H. KOCH & SONS Tho monk did as ho was told. St. Jdieph Noonan; Secretary. Mrs. H. ALL KINDS OF TYPEWRITERS presence of twelve priests, vested in CARBON PAPERS AND ItlRDONS EDW. B. JOHNSON, Prop. seven deacons, Bernard deshired Jilm to .look into F. Lutkemeier; Spiritual Advisor, white chasubles; of REPAIRED ALL MAKES OF TYPEWRITERS BOUGHT AND SOLD CONTRACTORS tho pitcher and tell him what he Rev. Edward G. Klostermann. It subdea-con147 SOUTH FIFTH STREET LOUISVILLE, KY. In dalmatic, and of seven saw there. FINE SHOE REPAIRING Excavating and Concrete Work was to place the society in tunic. "I see nothing, Father Abbot." underdecided Wrecking Old Buildings A Specialty tho patropage of Sts On Good Friday tho morning of"Work Called For nnd Delivered "Are Hhero no slugs, or insects, Homo Phone, City 6437 fice i3 celebrated in black vest- or dirt of ASK FOR 'any kind?" asked St. 2327 WEST MARKET STREET ' 111G WEST HILL STREET ments, nnd tho mass of tho Shawnee 2702-LOUISVILLE which is a solemn com- Bernard. It Is perfectly clear; CATHOLIC MOVEMENT. KENTUCKY "No, the munion rather than a mass, is water has washed, it and prevented with a full line of The purpose of tho Catholic It is called the mass of the ' presanctifiod because tho Host has anything sticking to the bottom," movement is "to uphold Chris-t'a- n SHOES, CLOTHING, said the monk. standards with regard to pubbeen consecrated on tho following "That is just what your weekly lic amusements." GENTS' FURNISHiNGS day. Only the celebrant communi- confession does to you, my son," In other words, CliEAKING, DYEING, by a cates. replied, the abbot; "It wasihes your suade,campaign of education" to perand PKI3SSING. not coorco, tho Christian On Holy Saturday the blessing of soul and keeps it pure, and prevewts PROTECTED FROM he liimself realizes REPAIK WORK. LEATHER GOODS the new fire, and of tho five grains sin and Imperfection cleaving to it." p'aygoer until enters ho when .ho a theater that of incense to bo used for tho Mrs. Nellie Broderick. Prop's. must not leavo his religious prinold time prices THE- - OLD 31 AID. Paschal candle and ot water for Ignore his conciples outside, nor All work called for and delivered. According to baptism take place. Eastern Ky. Block, $9.25 PURE dePHILLIP .YOFFE Hats cleaned and blocked. I once read a. oirotity legend about viction as to what constitutes the new regulations, tho Lenten, cent and healthful amusement. Th two sisters. Ono married, and was "All we ask is a trial." Holy Eastern Ky. Mine Run $6.00 WHOLESOME movement al 228 Wist Joffereon Street fast ceases on noon of tho joyful mother of children. The Catholic theater to any call has coways responded for E. CALDWELL ST. Western Ky: Lump, $.725 other drifted placidly Into old man operation when legal action has been 426 SAFE.' hood. She lived with the wife, and Phone City 1419. HELPFUL HINTS. a'gainst outrageous assaults Western Ky. Nut, $7.00 raised tho babies 'for her. It was taken public decency on the stage. upon hard for a stranger to tell which It has been chary", however, of enTp clean jet, touch it ui with a woman was the mother. chamois skim couraging the schemes 'of profesGeo. Miller, Coal Co. The wife Peter Salt' and vinegar will romove tho angel at died. St.. portal t said to sional roformers who would neglect "Open ijio 'heaven's teacups. ' City 1184.'" S sentistains from discolored tho 'goto slightly. A soul is comlnig mentessential education of the post? SHOCK of their own people, and Elevator and Yards Moths will not come near clothes into our midst." TUt TviTf4 V ABSORBERS h on to public Officials the sprinkled with turpentine. for ProtU and Rim X Th wife had scarcely room to Impossible task of effecting any subTwenty-Sixt- h and Howard VQ.1 effort CbnaMT CrSSM FRED;C"LOEMKER tierxlfe Station Hot milk added to potatoes when squeeze Into paradise. cialCart. stantial chances in plays which, by d unit Liberty ymashing will keep them from beln The old maid did what she' could their very nature, are incurably fru .MLStiiklMt r Shawnee 1 1 'MVcst 040 soggy. and took 'the wife's children cCoser evil. , KY. HASSLER SALES CO. ) FOURTH AND O STSJ She saw tihem all Good furniture polish is made of to !her heart. City 866 West 866 City 2712 Phones Main 3473 happy men 'and women. turpentine and Ono morning ithere was great ex- DE VALERA OR LLOYD GEORGE? sweet oil. & For mending small breaks in hot citement in heaven. St. Peter' told Do Valera asks the liberty-lovin- g City Elevator and Warehouse water bottles, try a piece of ad- the angelic porter: MwwmI N!k SriMttflcaHrTrHM itfrtwfef Nd V mtaikm 'fc. ' "Fling wide open the gate. A people of thoto,world to" urge tlielr hesive plaster, CO. governments Hay, Grain and Feeds recognize the Irish great saint is coming ainto us.1' A W TitMia Stiver allowed fo stand over nlgljt w "d uepubtje. , Dr. Uriah Z. Litsiy m to Mil a. Mow M. The Home of "Quality Feeds"' In sour milk will come out in the Lloyd George asks that the people w Mlf, Ckiradlst WHERE HE BELONGED. of the world remain silent 'and inmorning .brjight and shining, Wdltt . S07 irt tav u cm 122 N.. FOURTH: ST. AND T d The best remedy for ants t cayThe minister was ex- active, while ne continues Jtp assas213 N. FIFTEENTH ST. SUrka enne peppeK Spread it on the pan- postulating with tho landlord, who sinate the men, women and children E .v. 'TfrfflBniBaMBW BiMI try Shelves and they will leave. had raised the poor parishioner's of Ireland. Both PboiM Whoe interests are you serving? Ttub tins furniture with a cloth rent about 313 per cent. ' Cumb., Main 490 Home, City 4990' or InaJtclve, ff dampened, xriih kerosene It take "If I want to hear yqu preach," youyou are Indifferent Interests of are serving the BLATZ QUALITY up xne uu nu, pomites xne woou said the landlord angrily, "I'll conio THE PALACE CLEANERS & DYERS . Lloyd George. Raisins may be easily stoned if to churoh, .where, you should do The American cour&e Js to assist 'Incorporated FAINTS AND VARNISHES boiling water is poured on them and your preaching, and listen to" you frekind by enrolling in the AmerFuneral Directors they 'are left lit. It for short time, there!" EXPERT CLEANERS OF LADHM' u 1 ican Association for the Recognition PRESERVE AND BEAUOTFT STMT ME TINS HMTfl WITH TMCfc JeMy will be clearer and finer if "If you were where you should ' Embalmers. AND GRNTLEMEN'S. WEARING . Moderate Prices tihe, fruit i allowed to tonm' gent- be," was the dignified jreply, ""'ypu iof' the Irjsh' Republic. oe Best Service may mtornration Obtained Louisville; Bank APPAREL 4 ly and not stirred duriag' Uh cook- - would thave that opportunity next from Rev- - John O'Connor,' the. Presi ( Telephone 1022 5 SOUTH SHELBY ST. ., , Sunday! ARTHUR II. ROHMANN, 'Maaff ,, I ,am to preach at the dent, Secretary, R, B Hefcslon, 1317 in. ' ' Fartii awl Oatral ? LOUiariLLB, KY. should State', prion," A piee of fine 8. W. Cor. Third nad WalBot 8tf Starke bulkling, or any mener. Press Month-Mar- RETURNS FOK REVENGE. be ch FOR MARCH 17 READ .,... , , PAINT MATERIAL ROGERS CHURCH GOODS COMPANY frish-Amerlca- in anti-Iris- h, pro-Engli- bro-Bnta- sh Pro-Briti- snJpe-shoo- L Coffee Prices Lower 0JL GENERAL CONTRACTORS OhlJf-schlngc- ' i 51-5- OhHf-schlngcr, r, SODA FOUNTAINS MILT-RIT- E s J JOHN M. MULLOY -- Mal-ach- y. ur Wall Paper R. KORB & HARDWARE 1236-123- STOVES seven- IV SON A UFMAN t. com-'ofte- ( The Crystal Optical Co. INYOURHOME TO-DA- Y it SIIOP - KI1-'eo- n. 'BUILDERS DENTIST L -- ANOTHER COAL REDUCTION - myS-tlo- m LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK Byrne Speed Coal Corporation NEW COAL YARD s. O. T. COAL CO. HENRY FISCHER'S c. c. . BICKEL c o. -1 C21-C2- Secretary-Treasure- J. s, EWING'S DAIRY JUST OPENED L cele-limtn- ri. the-ate- OMEGA Screened Coal PRODUCTS ICE AND SNOW well-nig- V Jr., i rmtbt-hm- . M- - -- one-thir- d' two-thir- ds CORNS,BUNIONS KECO Oscar Farmer Sons k9b kind-hearte- H.B0SSES0N and ft . ,. 319-32- eop bVobroadwa i F., 'vAi s KZB&'JtXtOXCTt JJM&WKXLjmJ. of terms produce: 'in117 political prisoners amounting to 112 years pACON a SQ We Qlve and Redeem Surety Coupons. DE VALERA ? Tells Dull Kirann of Archbishop Cluno's Parley With Lloyd George. sentence and 5 months, and murdered 62 Irish citizens, Including, an aged priest of .seventythree years, a woman within a, few weeks ot childbirth, and 13 men who wero help- Father O'Gominn's Appeal to Protless prisoners In their handa," ectants In tliq Later In the session the President presented a report on his mission to Fight. '. the United States, and mado certain suggestions which wero adopted. Autl-Dlvorc- 131 stored flicted on CANADA HERMAN STRAUS FOURTH AVeWC jNCOHPavArca 4 SONS TSarket - JI r STMCT f o We Give and Redeem Qeld Trading- Stamps. DO YOU KNOW about: OUR HOUSEHOLD CLUB PLAN? IA Convenient and Dignified Hethoa of 'Purchasing Household Requirements on Deterred Scriptural and Ethical rArRiunents Against This National The Hon. Charles T. Ray, Judge Pleas branch, of' tho' Common Ciistlo. Evil. Fourth division, Jefferson Circuit Court, has made an cnvlaele record on the bench and more than Justi The llrarc Attltudo of Somo Cnna- After Finding Himself in an Impos dlans In Opposing Vicious siblo Position Great Prelate V Withdrew. Legislation. Went Back on IH9 Written dltlons and Rowed to Con. V 7 ANTI-NATIONA- L. POPULAR with the people. BOYS' SUITS $10 We are offering you these Suits at a very special price, just to ad ver-tise our Boys' Department. These Suits are made of good woolen mate- terials, splendidly tailored and fin- ished. THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW ! j Payments, I jlJ featarea ef thla method are lie coBTealeace la making Barehascs without aay ceaslderaele owtlay ef eaaa. The advantage of baying em the Olab Flaa aariag eu rarioaj sale AT SAIiH PRICES. Whaterer la the price of the goods to a caeh er a charge cartoaer, that is atao 'the price to a Heweehold Olab Flaa caatomer. There la poaltrreljr ao adraace. The eatotaadlag There are no "ceafldeatlal arrangements." St U eeadacted'mpoa am opea baala with a fixed anedale ef ratee. The firat payment aad the monthly payment are the tame to all. WELSHMAN, AT HIS OLD TRICKS, UNNATURAL; tyfttttftttttt1Ttttttttt','AAAAAr'tl4'a'i fr SURETY COUPONS ARE QIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS I High Class Furniture AT LOWEST PRICES. t Stoves antl Ranges, Lace Curtains and Linoleums. Carpets, JAMES GREENE 415, 417 and 419 East Market St. - MMM$a4a$4a4Gm44$Hma&- SWISS CLEANING-- - OF- $' ' MEN'S SUITS With Minor Repairs Free Saves Buying. Carpets and Rug Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed. Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS INCORPORATED Office 017 South Fourth. Flant 009 South Sixth. ," . v ..' DON'T FORGET THAT GRAY-VO- N ALLMEN XNCOXTOKaim Sanitary Milk Co. i kt IS THE HOME A. OF PURE MILK "ASK YOUR GROCERS." ' L. G U N N . BAKER AND CONFECTIONER v ICECREAM HOME PIIOXE, CITY 0574 1205 SOUTH SEVENTJI STREET Brighten Up Electrically! 4 ' "' Make your home hospitable and attrac-- tive this winter by the the addition of attractive and correct lighting. 1 EORTABLES, FLOOR LAMPS, LIGHTING FURNITURE ELECTRIC CHaln 1800 vl 8 SPECIALTY INOORPOKATBDH COMPANY City 897 528 WEST JEFFERSON Crystal Electric Washer and Wringer. HARVEY-JELLIC- O Universal Farm Lighting Plants. COAL CO. OMCoxroxAnDy M N The Company With the Coal and the Service. Tarda located at Fifteenth and Magnolia. Yard at First and; A. ,; Yard and JMerator, Pope and Payne Streets. v . 5 t I1 : ' AVt DltnnACt of All ClW1a. i .LUMNM, rmMMtMiMmiH. P. NIMN. ML. VtosfncHlTrHr. J IP. BANNON I PIPE ir jimb inaaui,i CO.! Z a"v- - ' - f r Wall Capiat, Drala TIU, Yltrliaa irka, Mm Preafta. Viae Llnla. Fire Brick Crate aac seller Ttie, rtre way, mwmj iea. a OFFICE S3 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. MAIN SQ7. PHONE CITY WCK-TUHa- 41i BreekfawMia Mi If tack 4 Hpe.' Save a4 .. MiHi'i rates Liae rise Calvert &S- 4 Tf ud 1 Tho Dublin Freeman's Journal prints Dall Eireann's .official report of the negotiations for a truce be tween the Britten Government and the Irish Republican forces. The intermediary was Archbishop Clune, ot Perth, Western Australia, and tho report Is mado fit ihe form of a speech delivered at a meeting of Dall Elreatfn by President Do Valera. In this tho Sinn Fein leader says tho pourparlers ended with a proposition with which Archbishop Clune would have nothing to do, and .tho whole thing ended, as many of Mr. Do Valera's associates anticipated, by Lloyd George backing away from his original terms. President De Valera's speech Is reported as follows: "On December 1, perturbed at tho effect on world opinion of his unrestricted Black and Tan warfaro upon tho Irish people, tho British Premier commissioned . tho Archbishop of Perth to come to Ireland as an official Intermediary to arrange a truce.. His Grace accepted tho commission, came and had Interviews with the Acting President, with the Minister ot Finance and others. Ho found, that they vere fair and reasonablo men, and returned to report to Lloyd Georgo on December 8. The attitude of George Lloyd seemed to ihave changed somewhat during tho week. He had before him tho document that emanated from six ot the thirty-tw- o members of tlhe Golwdy County Council that document wa3 passed on the world as a resolution .of the Council, 'quite unanimously' as George handsomely appended, and also Father O'Filanagan's telegram both of. which, ho believed, or pretended to believe, were Indiof cations of a general break-u- p the morale of the Irish people, and a cry for 'peace at any price.' In his speech on December 10 in the British House ot Commons ho flourished, as you remember, these signs, as he chose to regard .them, of our demoralization, ami "outlined his plan for tho victorious final assault. Our defences in front were to l)e stormed, and we wore to be eubtllely and elaborately sapped from the rear. "However, ,Hls Grace was asked to return here, which he did. He had further Interviews with Acting and with tho President Grlfllth, others whom he had already seen on December 12, 13 and 14. On the latter dato tho English Cabinet intimated its willingness for a truce for a month on certain general terms which had been tho subject ot the discussions, these torms were reduced to a written formula and presented by his Grace to Dublin Castle on December, 16. Here Is tho formula: " 'The British Government undertakes that during the truce no raids, arrests, .burnings, shootings, loot or ings, demolitions, other acts of violence will be carand that ried out by Its forces, there will be no enforcement of the terms of tho martial law proclama tions. We, on our side, undertake lo use all possible means to ensure that no acts whatever ot violence will1 occur on our side during tho Tho British norlod of the truce. Government on their part, and we on ours, will use our best efforts to bring about the conditions abovo mentioned, with the object oi creating an atmosphere favorable to the meeting together of tho representa tives of the Irish people, witn a view to bringing about a permanent peace.' "On December 17 the Castle signified Its acceptance of this formula, but added tho Impossible conditions that we should surrender our arms and leave ourselves without any means of resistance or of defense. Tho Archbishop returned and saw Lloyd Georgo once more on December 22. Before returning ho had got Dublin Castle to waive the condition of tho surrender ot arms. But Georgo ithought.it could not be waived an opinion which was enforced by Mr. Bonar Law. As tho Archbishop, who wished to be fair, could not dream of asking us to accept such a condition, tho negotiations remained In abeyance until the 29th and 30th, when they were disposed of finally at a British Cabinet meeting. So tho Archbishop was Informed on December 31. On that date a totally new proposition was put forward, with which bi3 Grace would, have nothing to do. "Thus tho whole thing ended, as I am sure many ot you anticipated it would end. by the British Premier's Tunning away from tho terms ho had himself originally suggested. I havo road over very carefully the "minutes that have been supplied me ot tho several Interviews, and can. find no evidence that there was any real sincerity on the Tho British PremieV other side was simply maneuvering for position in an attempt to place tho representatives ot this nation in a false light before tho peoples of the world. HEven though he lalled to ao that, still by occupying the press with speculations on' 'peace negotiations' .ho covered up the Woody op dur-erations ot hie lnE' which time they raided 8,626 Irish homes; arrested 1,347 Irish men and women; issued ana enforced 45 nroclamtlon and sup pressions; deported ,105 Irish citi zen: wounded. 72 eivHianB: de houe, stroyed fey tre 153 dre-llta3 oreBerls, 8 factories, 24 'pubMc haUe, 855 shops, 88 frmeftd aad courts-martia- l, Bashl-Basook- always willing to accord more than a fair hearing to all who como before him and Is not influenced by anything save the law and the facts ns he construes them. Ho Is one ot the most affable men in public life, a splendid citizen, a friend of every movement for the betterment ot educational, civil and social conditions, and takes pride In the prosperity of our city and the welfare ot his fellow citizens. RETURN" THANKS. fies tho high esteem In which he Is held by tho people of Louisville. Judgo Ray was for many years prior to his going on the .bench a law partner of former Llout. Gov. E. J. McDormott and was connected with much of the more important litigation In the local courts during that time. Ho Is splendtdry grounded In ifis profession and his decisions have seldom b'een reversed. Ho Is Through tho Rev. Martin O'Connor, pastor of tho Church ot Our Lady, this city was among the first to contribute to tho' Belfast expelled workers' fund. Father O'Connor received an appeal from Right and Ven. Rev, Bishop MacRory Archdeacon P. Convery, V. G., in which they pointed out tho terrible position forced upon the Catholic workers ot Belfast, and at once he succeeded In raising a substantial fund which was Immediately forConvery. warded to ArChdeacQn Father O'Connor has received tho following letter ot acknowledgement and appreciation from those In 'charge of the fund, with headquarters in St. Mary's Hall, Belfast: "Rev. and Dear Father: On behalf of our poor persecuted Catholic workers In Belfast we tender to you our grateful thanks for Our ybur handsome contribution. country has been bled white, and wo can only look for help now to our friends across the sea. Eight thousand pounds was distributed hore during Christmas week. Money is urgently needed. It is tho only form of aid that can gtvo effectual relief to our people, who aro fightn ing not only their fight for their faith, but also for The civic and industrial freedom. bigots here are seeking to deny them tho right to live by their work. Tho Friends of the Gael In every land will surely come promptly to the aid of their victimised kinsfolk here In tills nest of bigotry. With grateful thanks to yourconself and to every tributor, we romain, Rov and dear Father, gratefully, yours, "P. Convery, P. P., V. G Down and Connor." Father O'Connor and his people are raising another fund 'for this noble cause. "Rev. M. O'Connor, Louisville, Ky." world-knownoble-hearto- d r. sr. i. ing to hear the many expressions ot surprise and approval of. the spiritual fervor of tho members of Trinity and Mackin Councils, Y. M. I., by the very largo as evidenced number o't communicants last Sunday morning at St, Aloyslus and People at St. Cecilia's churches. both churches were overwhelmed at ithe splendid sight of the great number ot young men who received tho sacrament. Brief sermons were preached by Rev. Fathers Cranoy and O'Grady, who commended the Y. ST. I. members for their Inspiring devotion. After the services at St. Cecilia's Slackln's members were served a warn breakfast at the club house. It has ever bebn most encourag- IRISH DINNER AND SIUSICAL. Al Slrat Caravan ot ,tho Order of Alhambra will hold a. St. Patrick's day musical at the Knights of Columbus Hall- on this evening. Tho festivities will begin promptly at G:30 o'clock with a grand ceremonial of the Alhambra, to be followed by an Irish dinner and musical at 9 o'clock. The programme will be made. up entirely of Irish music, opening with ' a planologuo of Moore's melodies by Sirs. Joseph M. Hund and followed by solos by Mrs. Chas. A. Edolen, Sirs. ,R. F, SIcNamara, Messrs. Albert O'Daly, Thos. D. CHnes and Simon Schwalk. A pleasing number will bo the violin medley to bo rendered by Sirs. Nicholas Bosler, Jr. - We are by this time well accustomed to tho phrase "the national evil of divorce." It is Indeed a terrible evil. The divorce Tato Is much .higher in tho United States Uian In any other country of tho world except Japan According to report, divorce is Increasing In the United States three times as fast as tho population, while approximately one out of every twelvo marriages ends Indivorce. In his book on "Social Problems" Prof. Towno says that "within the twenty-yea- r period, 18S7 to 1906, nearly 1,000,000 dit vorces were granted." In face of these deplorable facts it Is gratifying to read of the determined opposition to the divorce will In Canada. Tho Rov. John J. O'Gorman has Issued a booklet, with the Imprimatur of Archbishon SIc- Noll, of Toronto, which contains "an appeal to Protestants"- to help In fighting tho evil. In brief compass Father O'Gorman presents both tho scriptural and the ethical arguments against divorce. Tho occasion for the writing ot the booklet was that on April 2G and 27, 1920, tho Senate of Canada passed two private bills to provide in Ontario and. Prince Edward Island for the dissolution of marriage by giving, tho superior courts ot those provinces authority on account of to grant dlvorco adultery. But tho writer adds: "These bills fortunately failed to pass tho House of Commons. They wore crowded out. Tho attempt will next year. doubtless bo ronewed Now Is tho tlmo for tho forces to . canvass tho legislators. IndlvIdTially and collectively approach yotfr member of Parliament and get a pledge from him." These lines provide a hint how we may set about tho duty of checking of fensive legislation. The proofs from the Blblo against dlyorce must appeal to the fair- minded Protestant, wo nave seldom presented so seen these - proofs briefly and urgently. "The scrip Rev tho tural argument," "says author, "must always bo a decisive one with a Christian. If Christ legislated on this subject, those who profess themselves to be disciples of Christ, whether they be votere or legislators, must bo governed by his Now Christ did legislate on laws. this question, and this authority ds anterior and superior to that of the Canadian or British Parliament Three of the evangelists and tho Apostle Paul havo recorded What he said . . . Can It be seriously maintained that the acts of Parlla ment or decrees of courts, such as we havo here In Canada, which per mit adulterers or adulteresses to re marry, aro In accord with the mar rlage legislation of Christ? There are seven paragraphs In the New Testament which answer In the negative. If we Canadians aro to legIs'ate as Christians, our Parliament should pass an act declaring, In tho words of the civil couo of our oldest province, that 'STarrlage can be dissolved only by the natural death ot During their one ot the parties. lifetime it 13 Indissoluble!" No less forcible Is the reverend author's presentation of tho ethical proofs to his Protestant "Anything opposed to the procreation and reariiig of children .is condemned by tho natural Jaw. Now divorce, that Is tho dissolution of marriage, is opposed to the procreation and education ot children. Therefore dlvorco is condemned by is opthe natural law. Divorce posed to the natural law because by its very nature it dissolves marriage, and breaks up the most sacred and most necessary natural unit, the family." Father O'Gorman shows that divorce Is unjust, .unnatural, and Immoral. It is unjust because the right of the child is utterly ignored. It is unnatrual because it breaks tho natural bond between father and child, or between mother and child. It Is because not merely the child but the race Itself suffers from tho dissolution of marriage at divorce. It 'Is Immoral because It encourages tho commission of thoso other crimes on account ot which dlvorco 13 'given. Catholics everywhere will wish tho reverend writer Godspeed in his "Aro we Canadians final appeal. to have dur moral sense so blunted, our moral vision so blurred, our moral decision so weakened, that we must havo divorce, when tho savages of the Andaman Islands, tho aboxielnes ot Ceylon, the Papuans of New Guinea, and other races just as barbarous, never tolerated It? In the namo ot God, let us unlto to abolish dlvorco." C. B. of C. V. antl-dlvor- $10 4MvfliVldlBsviflaSBi mei Where the Quick Meal Comes In Where the home la brightcnt ; U Where the work Ugh tost; Where the meal u cooked best; Where the range stands the tost where the That's "Quick Meal" oomes yRSSSiM iJuefij til Where work is dose Where cooking mm real fan; 'Where baking glTM Hgbtt Where dredge la sal ft sight Ha where That's "Quick Meal" mmm Qalek Mnl GaalRaafteB Sold. luatalled aai IIIgHjr RacesimaadeJ GEHER & SON, BUTTER . w met t. 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FRANCIS TIEF. s, Wednesday, March 30, during tho week following Easter, has been tentatively selected as the day on which Slons, Francis rTler will ue consecrated in, the Kansas City Ca thedral as Bishop ot tho Concordia Thus, date ihas not been diocese. definitely set, as a Papal' dispensa tion is required to noiu a consecration on other than the .feast ot an apostle, but a wire has been sent to Delegate at Washington asking that he apply to Rom,e for this permtesloB, and it .is reasonably certala K will be granted " , aim. the'-Aposto- - The following bowling teams will leave tonight for Buffalo to take part in the National Bowling Tout; nament now going on: Queen of Nelson, Capt. A. F, Slartln; Nelson Owon, Thos. SI. Barry, Wm. S. John J. Barry, John Lubbers, Georgo L. Boardman, John F, Oetken; John Slazzonl's, Thos. Firt- negan, A. R. Kuhn, Hy. Kuhn, Fred Schwfender, E, Welssman, A. B. Hudson,- L. R". Klotz; Frank Fohr's, Frederick W. Stengel, Dave Wells, Wm. Fltzner, Harry Keating, Phil Hildebrand, S. P. Owen. John Mazzont and Ben W. Sfartin will accompany the party as official en' ' tertainers and scorers. - Funeral Directors BOTH and Embalmers , j rVHOlVBJJS. ' ; Curab. Mala SOOS.a Home City 2908 , hwhuwiimhiiihmmmimmmiimmm Ky SIIS. Uftia ll-- Y. Funeral Director ti7-t- i amd Embalmr2 ixycmvnjum. ' a. caawmPK r. I rJfet- , . ji Js&teJ x.A I4.. Li " "J' JSjX, . .5" 'fi J'? lkji&) o r- - Yv MIKB TO HMOKB TNCMNttaVATMNSTMC a ,' khrt em iudme totk PkOMt 432 HARDWARD eo. 32a W. Market St. LmIiyHI. Kj. Kentucky Irish American 12. Itself. St. Patrick has a mission In the present ago. It is 'to urthor that mission. 03 well as to recaT.il the glories of thd past that St Patrick's day la celebrated In more nations than any other national holiday. CORK MOST IRISH CITY. Cork, third city of Ireland; a considerable part of which was recently destroyed by Are, bears a very superficial rosomblauco .to our own Now, York In that Its nucleus Is situated on an island enfolded by two arms of a river whero its waters meet a bay. Tho comparison soon becomes a contrast .ihawocvr, for Cork is a city ot less than 80,000 souls, has few public buildings or thoroughfares of Importance, and was built on a low, swampy site Instead of on tho rocky ribs of Mother Earth, Tho stream itlhat ontolded Cork before it grow across its watery barriers Is the River Loo which rises in a little lake to tho north. Prom a tiny Island In the lake came tho pious ihormlt, St. Fin Barre, who established a monastery on tho Island at tho mouth of tho river in tho seventh century, and from thh) start ,tho present city has grown. Both tho Catholic and Protestant Cathedrals of Cork aro dedicated to this early Irish saint At the head of ono of tho finest harbors In Iroland a cove whoso wators aro as placid as those of a lako Cork has been sub ject since Its establishment to attacks by sea marauders. Invading Danes burned the city In 821 and ngain in 1012, and after tilio second destruction founded on itho 6lte a Danish trading post Tho Irish, again in control of the city, submitted to the English in 1172, who tor many years maintained a precarious foothold. Tho Irish eventually regained Cork not by force of arms but by "infiltration," for boforo a great e English post was whilo tho tho most Irish city in Iroland, its government entirely In 'tlho hands of tho peoplo ot Erin. A tragedy overtook Cork tho year Columbus discovered America, and was visited most heavily on Its Lord Mayor. During tliat year tho city received and assisted Parkin to tho English pretender throne. Tho Mayor lost his head and the city Its charter. Cork's wonderful harbor has given it a maritime Importance sinco Recognition of this early days. fact is seen In the tttlo ot admiral of the port bestowed on the Lord Mayor ot Cork by Edward IV. and held by tho Lords Mayor to tho present day. Queenatown, at tho head of the outer harbor, and practically a part ot Cork, lis itho port of call) and departure for liners. This fact has made Cork a city of sadness to many, for perhaps a million or moro men and Avomen, In largest part moro boys and girls, forced by economic pressure to emigrate, have- thero bidden good-b- y with set faces and streaming eyes to the land they lovo so well. While there aro practically no points ot great interest in Cork, closo by Is one of tho host known and most frequently visited" spots In alt Ireland. It is tho ruined tower of Blarney Castlo, stronghold land-lock- ed ono-tlmWar-bec- k, -- phone: homc mm ery DrWer an Bxnrt LotinUltTMlcallTrMNfarlt 1800 'uiwpCfllM VOLUME XLVI.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1921. protocta PRICE FIVE CENTS. tho weak and promotes veneration and lowTbr paranta, and tho physical power that Is needed to mako that chivalry effcctlvo. Ho thinks clearly and speaks straight and thus conquers envy, slander and fear. Ho ba'Jbves In and upholds tho Recommend Hint Government Ex. dignity ot labor, and with it tho peiitl $100,000,000 on Diseducation which makes democracy worth wihllo and protective of the abled Veternp. nil. V IRISH GLORY Dttcr Fop Congratulation That land's National Day Is Celebrated Everywhere. Characteristics arid.. Qualities That Mado Work or St. Patrick So Easy. Ire- kToFc r l . Zi $$. - ' f, , , i I Interailsof HISTORY OR PROPAGANDA? Oppose Smlth-TownEdiwational Hill as Despotic, Costly and Socialistic. cr Tho Principal at art American high school has protested against tho revision of text books of American history In tho name of friendship. Ho charges Anglo-Americ- an Religious Virtues Strikingly Illns- trastcd In the Lives of tho-IrLs- People. DIGMTY OP THE HUSK RACE. '. k . .''- - r, T , k"-- .r . Recommending that the Government expend tho ?100.000,000v provided in the education bill on disabled, veterans of the war Instead of on a reduplication ot eduaction work already dono by tho separate Sta'tes, tho Knights of Columbus, through Suprem Secretary William J. McGlnley, havo issued tho following final statement of opopsltion to itho Fedoxaa education bill: "Tho Knights of Columbus aro opopsed to the education bill, and supporting the Knights of Columbus in this opposition Is tho entire occloslasitleal and lay organisation ot the Catholic Church in. tho United States, because tho bureau whose creation la called 'for in the bill is unnecessary, despotic, .costly, and finally tho entering wedge of socialistic paternal-IsIn our Federal Government. Briefly tho hill) would appropriate $100,000,000 and moro annually for tho main'tenanto ot a Fodoral Education Bureau to super-vis- a education in all tho States and to sot up wliatever maahmery the Federal Secretary of Education might soo fit to carry out that supervision. To enjoy Federal assistance a State would have to comply with itlio standards sets by tho Fed-orBureau and permit ' what a.maunits .to dictation from tho buA. SCOTT BULLITT. reau In all principles. "Judgo Townor lias amended his bill to a certain extent by calling A. Scott Bullitt, one time Sheriff, As a Democrat his services have the most brilliant ever heard In this tor the crea'bion of a conciliation lands. for two terms County Attorney of proved valuable to his party. Dur- city. In tho summer ho was elected board to act as arbitrator between of tho "Wo aro not unmindful ing tho Presidential campaign of Chairman of tho reorganized City this county, and recently Major In the Stato and tho Federal bureau. Woodrotr-Wlls- on taiUlts that havo characterized St, In 191C and County Democratic Committee, the Judge Advocate General's De- President But that Is simply a concession as Major Bullitt filled a number of but found it Impossible to accept Patrick's sons and daughters. Every partment, Is a graduate ot Prince- speaking engagements In and out of tho. ofllco for lack of tlmo for what to a' detail, a concession that would nation has Its virtues and ovory bo worth very littlo in. practice ton University. Up has also taken a Kentucky and notably In Wost Vir- ho considered a conscientious dis- Legion WJeokly. , nation has Its ifaults. Thero aro no tibo Federal authority, with virtues so great as 'tho religious keen Interest In athletic sports, and ginia, whero his eloquence and en- charge of tho duties entailed. Ho Is complete control of the virtues which .have been so strikingduring his old High School days was thusiasm contributed not a little to familiar with every detail of party CUilIOUS GAELIC ALPHABET. ot tho would ovorawo subordinate ly Illustrated In tho lives said a notable figure in football circles, the outcome, at the polls. and coun- organization and otIs every to know precinct, At the Democratic city the boundaries A very, curious and distinguishing aiUthorlty. Irish people. Faith, and hope, and being captain ot its fimt team and ty convention In 1909, at tho Ma- ward and district In tho city and "The Knights ot Columbus havo charity aro tho most sublime virtues characteristic of tho Ga'oltc alphabet later was coach for several years. sonic Temple, ho was Temporary county. as Cam Is that nearly ovory lottor thereof always been Interested In education, Ho has served with which a human soul can bo boxing Chairman and sounded iho keynote paign Chairman of the Democratic Is represented by a tree. Whilo tho and our Interest has led us to InHo won the lightweight Faults may obscure prnamenited. Championship in tho tournaments of address cam- alphabet ot ancient opening that campaign, party In several successful these virtues, and vices may educational Ga'ollc com- vestigate the various the old Louisville Athletic Club, Is which resulted In tho election of paigns. thorn, but so long as thoy tho country. prised but 17 letters, that of mod- systems throughout Wo aro supporting 500 young men an expert swimmer and several W. O. Head for Mayor and tho enand' Mr. and Mrs. Bullitt, eon hmo In any peoplo with itho splenhas IS. But with years ago was shown In "tho local tire Democratic ticket and tho re- daughter, havo been in tho North' ern Gaelicwith tho old forms, tho In college and we have recently dor with which they have illuminatnow, as tho movies whilo aqulplanlng behind a demption ot the city and county west and In Southern California dur- letter is represented by a. tree. Tho perfected a chain at 107 night ed tho career of the Irish raco wo motor boat on tlrflver abovo tho from may rightly maintain that such a Republican rule. Ho was ing tho past fall and winter, on ac- exceptions aro "g," "t" and "u," schools in the principal cities ot tho peoplo aro a chosen people of God. of Cormac McCarthy, who legend falls. Chairman of tho Stato convention count of Mrs. Bullitt's health. Upon which stand tor "ivy," "furze" and country and a national system of Mr. Bullitt holds a high position held at Phoenix Hill last May to her recovery they will return to "heather." forum courses for the Tho splendid qualities Of tho raco has lt, Instructed by an old hag ho We know somemake us impatient with tho faults had rescued to kiss ono ot tho nt tle Louiuvillo bar and has prac- select delegates to tho national con- Louisville permantly and Mr. Bullitt Tho alphabet now stands: Ailm, goneral public. famous ticed his profession with success. vention, and his address was one of will resume tho practice of law. that obscure, and tho vices that Btones of tho towerthe bolts, coll, dur, eagh, team, gath, thing ot tho educational problem threaten .the priceless .heritage "blarney stone" became Irreslsti huath, logh, luis, muln, olv, polth, conifronting tho UnltOd States, and brought to tho race by tho great bly eloquent ruts, sull, totne, ur, all ot which la wo know that that problem can lowed hearth. their memberships that they assess equal to saying: Elm, bl'rah, hazel, better bo met by each Stato attendApostle ot Iroland. Wo are ashamed Tho father comes themselves voluntarily for Individ- oak, aspen, aider, ivy, whifcehorn, ing to its own educational affairs from tho forge or the shop of the of tho Individuals who are disloyal FORGIVING OTO DEBTORS. ual .contributions shoomaker, where he has been "colin addition. yow, rowan, or quicken, vino, ash, than hy tho Federal Bureau of Ed-'- u to tho best traditions of so splendid Among tho Now York unions which spindle tree, pine, older, willow, a race. Wo are ashamed of tho cation attempting to supervise all What looks llko an organized loguing" with tho elders, and the havo thus contributed aro the Ma- furze, heath. Individuals that make a raco which campaign to compel tho cancella- boys leave their games. Round her In tho old Gaelic States. The States .have each an chinists' Dlstlrct Lodgo, all of tho alphabet tho loiter "h'f (tho huath educational body quite capablo. If used to stand for tho .highest .cul- tion of European debts to tho they kneel, and she begins the unions comprised In tho AMled or whltehorn) does not exist The sufficient pressure Is extorted from ture, tho moat invlolabOo honor and United States is going forward in evening prayer of Ireland tho executive power, ot attending to tho tho noblest principles become synon- tho press. Tho campaign Is sup- rcsary of their Mother, Mulre. For Financial Assistance' For Suf- Printing Trades Council, District alphabet is called tho Council of tho United Brotherhood bocauso ",b," "I," "n" and not "a," oduoatlonal concorns ot tho State. ymous in any placo or at any itlmo, ported by many arguments drawn Nightly tho angels look down and fering Masses, In Poor, corrup- from sentiment and business expedi- fxult as they seo tho nation kneelof Carpenters and Joiners, Moldors' "b," "c" are itho first three letters. If, for 'Instance, Georgia i3 backwith, base vulgarity, gross Conference Board, Bricklayers' Joint Ireland. ward in education, that Is no reation or want of all principle. Wo ency. The most cogent reason that ing before God, and hear that Executive Board, Longs horsmon's son why Now York Mhould bo comare ashamed of the Individuals who has been urged Is that wo might as mighty cry for succor. Ireland, EMMET'S LAST WORDS. District Council, Now York Stato pelled "to pay any part, of Georgia's have proved unworthy of tho Inher- weH forgive these debts because bound by the chain of the rosary to Branch of tho Stoam and Operating itance that makes every" man ot they will never bo paid in any Mary. Queen of Heaven. Rev. W. "Had I been ambitious, my coun- education bill when the citizens ot Eccentric Firemen's trymen, Irish blood proud of his raco and event; seeing that wo are to lose J. Lockington, S. J. Mnny Labor Unions Have Voted p Engineers, easy for Georgia, it aroused, would demand it would havo Compressed Union, Air Workers, me, with my fortune been the con- efficient educational administration, happy to declaro his prldo ln.it on the money anyway, It Is argued that and Contribute From Their Horseshoers' Union and tho Inde- sideration of my family, to seat my- no matter what the cost. Undor the St. Patrick's day. we should nt least got credit for pendent Laborers' Union. Smith-T- o At its wnor bill New York would It Is a mattor ot congratulation giving It ,up smilingly and with a MISTREAT MINISTER. Treasuries. last meeting the Central Trades self ono day among tho haughtiest have to pay without receiving pro-for us nil ithat the tindestrictiblo dig beautiful gesture ot benevolence. and Labor Council of New York toiled nity at the Irish race assarts itself In Washington attention lias been Portlonato benefits tor Its payment In order ito salvage something for heard an address from tho Lord government tho destruction ot that in spite of all tho overwhelming from the ruin, Senator Reed has directed to tho British Government's thls amounts to taxation which upholds its - proposed that Britain and Franc persecutions and crushing humlllaBdr tho tyrannical treatment ot tho Rov. J. Reaching the Working Mcn'nnd Mayor ot Cork, Donald J. by imploty against tho Most ut,.. r5presont.t'on;n. who described conditions in High; which treats a (hapless peoplo tlons that 'have been puou upon 11 an cede their West Indies Islands to A, bill tho Catholic paII. Irwin, Presbyterian minister Women of Country Through Iroland. Following his address tho its nobio tho United States In. return for can th'a hope ot breaking never bo of tho field; which sets rochial schools wowM Antrim. Central Union votod without a dis- aa beastshis brother's spirit. Individuals may disgrace celling their obligations to tho Gov- of KUIoad, CountyDr. Irwin , It will against tho Appeal man at bo remembered throat in re- guarded authority, Invasion by what toured senting volco to instruct its Secre- ligion's name; which reigns amid Federal siui no matter thoir nationality, uut.,tno raco char-act- ernment this country tary to urgo upon all groups ot orglories in tho deep religious Is dono It is well to months ago onand Canada' several protection they enjoyed from tho Whatever bohalf of ganized labor, wherever situated, "to the cries of wldowp and orphans It State. of Its sons and daughters. It keep in mind ono or two things. dom and for tho' purpose Irish free- g of remov-Injoy tho innumorablo Cancelling tho debts will not recollect and solicit funds ,froni their has mado. Let, no man when I am celebrates with "It and counteracting tho falso HEAR LORD MAYOR OF CORK. memberships to aid In tho relief dead charge mo with dishonor; let rights has been saftl that parental, In every lievo the American people of tho triumphs ot Irishmen over tho child, which tho no man attaint my momory by bemado by a group ot bigots Thoy havo become a necessity ot paying .taxes to moot drive. walk o'f life, bill lieving I could bo engaged In any provisions ot the In which they tho Interest on the ten bullions ot from Belfast, who visited America In order to simplify tho collec- causo but my country's liberty and would ultimately invade, are inpower .In ovory land In England's Interest and spoke in tion of, money tho labor men are havo Bottled. Their triumphs In all bonds .through which theses loans a numbor of Protestant churches. ferior to tho rights of tho child ItLabor unions throughout Amer- urging that- all contributions bo independence." Hands nave accumulated as a moral were raised, Tho interest and prin Tho arrest of tills distinguished self In Its own future, In Its own charactcr-teti-c sent to itho treasurer of tho Amerpower ito help in winning home cipal must somo day bo paid off Protesotant minister education.. But who to ito define or furnishes a ica aro responding with LOOK THEM OVER. generosity to tor Rellof in Irorule for Ireland by battles without That is ono thing to remember. An- further proof Interpret tho rights of tho child? If further proof financial oralstanJeo itflio appeals . for ican Committee Pulleyn, Immigrant ItlnndAhml. .for ithe suffer- land, John J. other is that there is at present no wore needed tha.t tho question of Tho our read- The Stato pr tho parent? Wo call tho attention ot Tho feast ot St Patrick should. guaranteo that Europe will not start religion plays a very small part In ing masses in Ireland. Already a Industrial! Savings Bank, 51 ChamKnights of Columbus believe tho large number 01 local unions and bers street, Now Y'o'rk City. Thoy ers to tho largo number of adver .tho Irish race conscious ot tno over again arming to tho tooth and tho political life of Ireland mako tho ad'"rr"1 '""!,""" supreme, w.'.th the Clalwr bodies havo sub- aro also impressing upon the minds tisements that appear in this issuo Sbat0 P"vMtaff regulatory power valuo of 4ts religious inheritance preparing for another and groatoT herents ot all creeds being perse- central Those war. The military budgets of tho cuted with tho samo ruthlossnesa if scribed ito tho fund sponsored by tho of donc4s 'that no part ot tho funds of tho Kentucky Irish American guaranteeing tho education of tho traditions: and its moral who aro loyal to Inrth will bring yet victorious powers are today far they shduld happen to bo found American. Committee for Rollot in thus collected are being expended Many ot theso .Institutions and en. child. And State Governments ara greater honor to itho name ithey larger than they were before tlho guilty of tho "crime" ot loving thoir Ireland, and a number ot them havo upon admlnlBtratlon of tho rollef. torprises havo never advortiised In competent to do this without Wo extend theso columns heforo. greatest Great War and form ono of ,th native land. 'bear. Thoso who 'fall In tho taken tho intlativo in, urging thoir Tha actual rollot work in Ireland is 'Interference. Thoy havo done tHio 'hands of a commttteo of tho to thoso now .friends a hearty welthings will themselves sink down chief obstacles to a return to nor brother unions ;to follow suit tC ever sinco Colonial days." come and. believe they aro taking ,, nuAmong itho largo 'groups which Society of. Friend and It (Quakers), who mal, livable conditions in the Old into tho common-pOacoPOLICE SEEING THINGS. are assiduously spreading tho IriRh "carried on" in numerous war relief a forward stop to increase their In addition thoy mako if merous enough may unako Irish elo- World. PRIEST TO RE CONSUL. Wo ask our readers to - business. quence. Irish .poetry, Irish braver, easy for our own militarists to A now scheme, which the police relief fund appeal throughout the drives Jit Europo with unimpeach- look over theso advertisements and Irish 'leadership, Irish genius and argue for greater armaments In this believe is intended by the Sinn country aro Now York Stato Fed ablo zeal. Tho Echo says: Father Joseph' M. to patnonlzo homo peoplo who pay Donning, eration of Labor, through iits' speIrish virtues only a momory of coutnry. rector of St Mary's ' co help Louisville's growth taxes THE AMERICAN MAN. With theso facts in mind wo Fein to prevent, young Irishmen cial Committee on Riellof for tho which Irish minstrelsy may sing church, Marion Ohio, expects to be and advancement and Peoplo In Ireland, Peter J. Brady, becomes a lost- art should use tho debts oWed us as a from emigrating to America until itself appointed United States 'MInlstor""to per cent American, Tho 100 Though the minstrels bo dead and club to compel Europo to disarm thus depletlug tho ranks ot the Chairman: tho Now York Stato AlRome. President Harding nnfl te not and turn Its attention to tho pro- Irish Republican army, was InauguCamp, la a man who gone we .feel that their art lied Printing Tradete Council and writes Walter HOW LONG IS A HLE? Brother Denning havo heen 'close ot tho duction of food .for its starving pop- rated In Liverpool lost Friday night tho" Central Trades and LaWr Coun- has rospoot .fo"f his .own rights and assemblies yet lost friends for many years, and the emicanor- when armed men raided three cil of Greater Now York and vicin- tho rights of others, and will so Irish, ulations. No disarmament, no Thero are about as many differ priest is said to havo stated that the In these commercial days wo need cellation of debts, that te tho word. grant boarding houses and solzed ity. These throe Tabor groups aro aor his liro as to possess not. only ent- - miles as there are countries. President has, promised him the tho tickets and passports ot a dozen roichins the working men and tho courago but itho strength to Certainly a mlllo does nob moan, tho position. Archbishop Slioellor bes Catholic Sentinel. warm hearts and generous souls Irish youth3 who wefe ready to sail women of tho country with .tholt redress wrongs, and In whom self- - earn thing everywhere. In tho given his consent to Father Deni more Wion over. Tho iWeallst is deSaturday on tho steamer. Carmaaia. financial appeal through Stato consciousness Is sufficiently power- - United States 'and In England a nlng's acceptanco of tho appoM-- -, MOTHERS OF IRELAND. spised as impracticable 'and (useless The victims wero ordered o return If not harmful. Those who scoff at of Labor, itho city Central fuiB to prosarvP these qualities, ,mii0 fe 1.7G0 yards. But tho Irish ment, according to a report from No per- Labor Unions and tho various na- wliieh are dependent upon oleen, mllo is 2,240 yards and tho old Cincinnati. Look at .eventide at the. home hal- to Ireland, immediately. religion and patriotism and moral ' strong bodies and capable minds. Scots' mllo. still used .in tho Highheroism are heard In all tho market- lowed by tho presence of. the Irish sonal Injury was Inflicted on tho tional and International unions. practical world. mother. Whether It bo amid the youths., and no damago dono to the Ho believes in education, patri- lands, is 1,970 yards long. th'.s York City many (labor Tho ot In New places HIGH SCHOOL GIFT,.- of Kerry, the blue house. The raids were carried out unions havo .extended tho privilege otism, justfoo anld iloyalty. hardy Swfes aro content to walk are ashamed ot pure love long ' Youths Thoso that mountains of Donegal and Antrim, by large bodies of men. speakers sent out believe ln civil ami religious 9,153 yards up a Swtes mountain Ha floor to of and holy enthusiasms. Francis J. Roltz, President oit. tlfr" The police of Liverpool are, evi- by tho Iriefli.propoigandtets, and at liberty and in' freedom of thought and then call it onily a mile. Tho EvansvMa City 'ntldnal Bank, are Irish must glory In what has on tho green, pastures of Meath or -a11 dently: "seeing things," arid welcome the clofto of tlho addroseea have and speech, but not the llconso Bwlsa mllo la tho llongpst of alL $25.000'-foa. OatUoWc'.Htjrh mde .itbeir' raoe' lovable in all Its the towering hills of 'Yloklow ' sad 'hi6tiwyt:a.nd mado" it serviceable the ritembera ot each household go pny change they may bring against voted unanilmou'ifty to ooantrKiutio which interferes with itho rights of Tho Prussian mllo is 8,237 yards, School for hoys In that clty.v .Nearly '- moving rapidly to where she slta the Sinn Felners, of, whom "they ,from theunion tr&aSurieia tho others everywhere, In 'spHe ot bard the Danish, 8,244; tho Turkish', $100,000 has already beenvcotr&tdl ' '. , He possesela the. chivalry tthait i;826, 'and tho Italtan, 1,766 reteif work, and to reeonuneod. to lo which' .it 'bar often, found waiting, rowry la 1iandf by the ,hal- - 6tand In' 'great fear, for this purpose. ' Smith-Town- er soft-podal- od It la a matter for congratulation that Ihc national day at Ireland la St. Patrick's day- - Tho fact that It Is tho day colebratod by tho Irish nCil over tho world as tho chiof occa-aio-n on which ito glory in tho achievements of tho iraco ds always significant. Tho celebration of St. Patrick's day Indicates that there la ab achievement of tho race that so appeals to Its loftiest patriotism as tho religious achievements of to It glories in ions and daughters. those characteristics and qualities pf tho raco that made tlho work of conversion by St, Patrick bo easy. Lt may well glory In tho possession of racial characteristics which havo eontlnued to distinguish tho raco through tho centuries, and oto still lound wherever itiho Irish aro known nd undortsood. It lias been said that tho Irish ito itho 'lost tribes of Israol. Wo doubt if 'thero is any tangible historical data to justify boliot In Mils, but wo aro confident that both tho Jewish and itho Irish races liavo had groat religious missions under In tho tho iguldanco of Providence. United .States and Canada, la iSouth Africa and Aupstralla, In East India and tin Now Zealand and In many thor places tho Irish have earrled the puro gospol of Catholic faith and loyally defended It undor all conditions of lite. No greater service could have boon done to humanity ithan ihas been done undor Providence by tho scattering of this treat and nobOo raco Into so many k i3ft-ir- 'v' bo-to-ng trans-Atlant- ic der tho Impression that in order for England and America to bo friends, It is first necessary for us to change our national!! history and cllmlnato anything which might bo offensive to English prldo." Ho adds: "Wo object to this just as an Englishman of spirit Would repudiate a history in which tho facts of Crecy, Aglncourt or Waterloo wero In tho name at friendship tor Franco." Other educational authorities may or may not agreo that the Principal brings a truthful indictment Bat It 'Is undeniable that wartime propaganda methods lravo 'boon extended to cover tho making at tho record of current history tho news dispatches from Europe, upon which American public opinion must for its judgments. American correspondents abroad do tho best thoy can. to interpret tho present-da- y happenings In Europe. Thoy strive to maintain tho Indopendonco of their own viewpoints In cabling to their audioncea back homo tha words ot a Premier or Cabinet officer. But they can not always mako plain to tho American public that news itself Is largely mado in tho Europaen foreign offices, that diplomatic utterances aro spontaneous, aro seldom but thought out to produco a desired effect on public opinion, and that tho appearance ot truth In theso utterances Is held mare Important than tho truth itself. But the American public its now wiser than It onco was. It has learned that two, and two do not mako four In diplomacy. It does not take tho words of statesmen at faco value. It still Is a good listen er, but it knows that words which onco sounded to it llko apostolic wisdom may bo, no more reliable than tho tabto-loconversation of a skilled poker player, American do-po- Oliver Hazard Perry and Ethan Allen aro belittled and historic Amor-loa- n Each Stato Would Best Attend to epigrams Ignored because "tho Its Own Educational' prido of tho mistress of tho seas Affairs. must not bo affronted." Ho asserts that thoso rosponslblo for tho revision of tho text-boo"labor unCONCESSION WORTH that Paul Jonos, Nathan Hale, LITTLE. r SmKh-Towa- or m Smlth-Town- or al p -- be-cau- so purse-string- s, - extra-mur- al LABOR CALLS both-lulsnul- n, Ul i do-fft- with-mtnl- on O'Oal-laglia- n, or Smitih-Town- er - I Fod-era- H - " in-th- FoiJ-aratol- nb , . sea-ar- ti has-give- r condl-tfeoe- r -- -- , - 1 ..? ,'i 'V V L'AV'rf iiv; H':-iiii.- .i" .'.H' jtfi3Bgrrriaory.-1. . rxn aa&i&jU, OMJ AMI. Tho strains of the Tan turn J2rgo , Fall softly on mine ear, Fjom, a sweet-tone- d organ pealing While: the faithful kneel in ,, .4 ' GLASS for Building D-Flek- t-0 prayer, And the sacied music stealing IJrings back tho long ago, , Anil a child again I'm kneeling in a chapel quaint nnd low. ST. XAVIER'S BROADWAY AND SECOND T" The place to educate your boy An up to date school in every way. SCIENTIFIC!-AN. D t i urposes The same sweet strains aro swelling', 'The Incense sweet ascends, And each fervent creature kneeling And I bieathe . I In silent homage bonds; a prayer tor one and an. As I did in days gono by,-I-n that dear old country chapel, CLASSICAL, Beneath an Irish sky. CLASSICAL COURSES i f?iH r might) oce.ws roll between SOTaaBffl!ww That holy plnco and mo. And tho frleuds who knelt beside v n rr tutu i v. x.. u1,kui-- , Though ,. V. T ' , .; i, , Wind Shiqld Glass Side Shields Window Glass Plate Glass Wire Glass Prism Glass ''Mirrors I never moio may co; And though many'-weary year's gono by , Sine I've heard that sweet air , played In that chapel 'neath an Iiis.li sky; Near 'the spi ending beeches' shude. a me hcn rrosent. CAR . LA. YANN. Cibhier C. W S.TOECKER, Vice President STOCK YARDS BANK '?7LSJ0CK EARNED BIRECJORS: C. W. Stocckers B. S. Mattingly, V $'00,000.00 $ 75,000.00 CENTRAL GLASS COMPANY INCORPORATKD nor distance, can efface ' The memoiles that 'twine Around each dear familiar place, In that native land of. mine; ror that old air 'brings' my spirit nigh To tho deai spot whpie I've prajed, In that chapel 'ndath an Irish sky, Xoar tho spreading beeches' shade St. Veronica Moore Nor-tlm- o Accounts or InilMiliMiH, Firms anil Corporations Solicited IutcrcKt Allowed on Time Dcno.slth L. P. Hudson, C. McCandless, W. Hume Logan, C. H. Wulkop, F. H. Embry W. L. Kennett, J F. Oertcl. C01L3IAINAXD.JOHNSOXSTS. LOUISVILLK, CY SIGN OK THK CKOSS. Thoro aro two ways of mnkinu the sign of the cross.1 The llist Is made by tracing with' the thumb a llttlo crops on tho forehead, another on tho mouth, and another on itho heart or breast. The priest and tlte faithful mako it in tlrls way at the reading of tlio first goepol during the holy sacrifice of ,tho nms. We sign tho forehead with the ciose to show tihat we profess openly our' allegl-anc- o to Christ; wo sjgn the mouth to show tliat we aro rqndy to confess our religion; and the heart, to show that we sincerely love our re- ' NEW LOCATION -- 303 WEST BROADWAY PERFECT AND LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY KILLARNEY C.B. THOMPSONS CO h" t ' fl J..W- ( p '). j ICIIE. TAXLE3R GENTS' FINE SHOES any shpro have I eon It so beautiful as In Korry. If you brush your foot along" tho damp sand, a shower Phones 1050 of tiny ghostly sparks traces the mark Wade In tho water, and FITTING every splash throws showers of dia624 FOURTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE, KY. monds across tho blnckness of the ligion. Quiet Jilttlo Toun nnil Short Walk night Trace your The second way of making thf name quickly on sign GLASSES SPECTACLES Is by placing the right hand to the aand. and tor a moment the That ItrJngs One Into &eS$tt-trMtenors shine out fantastically and the forehead, then to tho htaat l'n I rj land. afterward to tho left shoulder, and then are lost. The effects are exfinally to the right shoulder. iMiile tremely weird; everything i "In tlu touched with an unearthly beauty we nronounce the winrda Name underthe strange (low. Especially and ofof the Father, ami of the Son, Hdly Ghot, Amen " D the " TJie Landscape Coloring Is Abso- strange is the effect of rowing this sign we DANCING ACADEMY that quietly through the water and in. and adore show Thro we believe lutely Poriect ami tins Con-tinsnt the .. watchlnir the nluisniinr,,jr, The figure of Incorpoiated Stm tling. oars and in the eddying wake the messed Trinity Classes j the tne eross, wbkb "i iiiB wui. ueiween Darrynane selves by, this sign,we aform onof our' is mark our and "ttaterrllle lies the Coomakhrta MONDA Y, WEDNESDA Y, AND FRIDA Y NIGHTS belief Christ, lass, one of the most beautiful in deemed in. us Jesus dying on who reby a cross Cresting the The Ken j Peasant n Most Inter Ireland. a glorious prospect bursts summit, the We are reminded in touching t.he upon Private Instructions by Appointment forehead of the Father, who reigns nnil Trul j Hospitable itliiR view. Far down benea.th us stretch above wbo created us in his image 1 To Be A the waters of the Atlantic. The God Clniractci'. Homo Phono 7720 ' llkenofcs, In, touching the breast, coast line 1b brohen up by little and ahow our beWef in wo the Son, who bays and ateep headland!, and the came down from heaven to take How would you liko io liavo our week's wash done in a Laundry, sea is stirdded with islands mixed with clothes hnriv run! onnl fnr no. lv where each family's linens are washed separately---no- t shape oatl size. Wntorville of eveiv a hi! man our JAKI3S .IU2 HlKAVKX'S IIKFWXV. attracts touching from everywhere' left shoulder first, and iimuv angieis. men nringmg tne 2anci to the clean, fresh and not damEvery piece beiutifulh washed, semi-dry- , fctxJxSxiSx The next place of interest Is right shoulder, we Indicate our hope aged. We guarantee your clothes will never come m contact with others. alentln Island which te leached of salvation through the work of by a ferry. This service is now available to the women in this community for the TELEPHONES There Is no dtetrlct in Ireland to Oahlrclveen After leaving the Island the Holy Ghost who, by his grace City 8380 Cumb. S. I53-- y . nominal sum of $1.00. is travewod, and the leads us from the taft side of the Compare with county Kerry for road toads through beautiful scen-or- y lost to tho right side of the reYou arc invited to come in at any tune to see under what hygienic conThe boat features of Sool-tteto ditions clothes are handled in this modern institution. y ' EngltaH find "Welsh scenery aro excellentGlenbeigh, where there is an deemed. For vour own benefit ra us a visit. Killorglin i the to be found west of a line drawn next town,hotel. and thence there Is a between Konmaro. Killniney and main road to Klllarney. Jl'ST TIIIX-- OP IT! Tralee, The coloring l absolutely driving from KillnrarUn vIt is worth ni. Admission tliat tlto Brltteh Gov- perfect, anil tho contrasts startling. to Ilallacrlilinntnn rinn J W. MAY. Manager . tl. w,- al It Is a Innd of valleys, wildeat nnd ,r,n,t ...nixj "". ''J ernment exercise eurwiltance ov of gleaming waters and great pur- Ireland. At 1199 Louisville Ky. 908 S. Third St. City ,ni the foot of the gap the American oables bulnes nasslnc ple mountains pierced by deep nar- main road throuEh the Brttl ih isles was made reo?ii it0. t row glens. The Ktilarney Lakes are left Tor Windy Gap and Klllarney. by Neweomb fJarlton, Presidentt of Wet Wash, Semi - Dry, Ready for Ironing, truly heaven's redox. I have stood Then there .is the Western Union, before a Sen. on tho shore of those wonderful of "the Dingle the splendid beauty ate con'imifttee investigating cable Peninsula. Not only legislation. lakes 'when everv detail wast faith 20 lbs. Washed, $1.00 Clareilce II. MacICay, fully reproduced In tho placid, is the cliff and mountain scenery head of the Postal Telegraph-Cabl- e ... .. . f Br..,wU, uui it conwins innumer- ivtmnnnv. rtnll Mo mnmHto rfl.,.f islantl-ludde- d waters. i imve able of PACK UP YOUR TROUBLES IN OUR LAUNDRY BAG watched great bank of clouds, ilka eaily remains n llmiu.prehistoric ... and Kngltebe secre service autliorltlea . Chi latin ilu.i,i wool, drifting carded were acrose tho lings, forts and of cable churches. It Is a wagos. obtaining copies oxproBeeu me- summits of tho mountains, and I pardlso alike for the cariton antiquarian luctance .Mr. tit rum tlie aubject rehave seen the lakes lashed to fury and tho naturo lover, to of and the uy suuuen squalls. becauso "it are very fair imn Tfiiiti rands Enfellsh ... Klllarney itself is a quiot little entry tho road runs would make trouble," but at laat thiough ipwn, out a ten minutes walk will "Ten days after Inch, Anascaul and Din- yielded. been tranamttted," messages bring ono Into fairyland. Tho first gle Thence have he exthe cliff scenery Is mag- plained, "our copies are turned over day should bo spent In doing the nificent, WHOLESALE FRUIT AND PRODUCE and the Tllasket Islands to tho Brltluh secret service, circular trip organized by tho vari- raise their rocky .peaks littfe mare, keoDB 'tliedn for a tew Houmwhich ous hotels. AVagonolteB aro ami than a mile off QUICK SALES AND PROMPT RETURNS There are many then roturnia them. No exception is for the purpose, which convey the historic beehive Dun-bo- g huts between the American nfflnlnl llm- tourist Into tho world-famoRm Port and Coonmennnin wiii. made andlike tho dispatches to . patchoB, Receivers and Shippers in Car Lots Potatoes, Onions, of Dunloo. The mountains rise al Xtre Worth insnnwtno.,!-- ... other countries to and from En-all most precipitously on both sides, Dlinbeg. Which .J nn 1, stnmle land. aro included, but I have raa-fio- n and thoro aio a. number nf uttio or a Joftv Cabbage. Apples. vn,. .i.iu to beliovo tliat lakes which gleam like silver dn the llttlo'strenmiiruini plunges From Cloghor 1 made of thorn. I no examination liavo been as bottom of the valley Bevonil n Head , the rfmi runs Receivers and Shippers in Car Lots Peaches, Berries, certain point 'the load ii v,ory steep, sured official messages are not oven through Von try to Dingle. Inspected, but they are In the physrough nnil not suitable for wheeled The ICorrv nonsim (c Oranges, Pineapples, Etc. n,ni. ical podie-ssioof the authorities vahicloe. From lo summit tho view toresting personality. Is thrilling in Its grandeur. Ono native, quick wittod, Ho is Imagi- wliilo other monsagos aro being In. Jefferson, Louisville, Ky. shrewd and 303 The order seems lost in the labyrinth of truly hospitable. Many an hour spected." was issued, for the surveillance Mr Carlton mountains and convnrclnr vnlleva. have I spent in ARTHUR TABB, MANAGER Home Phone 3207 tho Cumb. Main 3207-- A Tho descent leads to the upper of a Korry cottago chimnoy cornor chatting to tho dlUnns in Groat Brlfain and Europe. lakos. The row down tho lakes Is man or woman o.,,i una la a pretty conumon or afnf thn 1im a wonderful' experience. Tho scono nearly always has It proved an In- fairs surely. All official dUsnatehos Home Phone 2104 Home) Phone City 7803 is tropical. Thoro are many llttlo tellectual Cumb. Phone S. 2403-- a treat. islands densely clothod with arbutus. Willi an Oldiflmn Thoy receive one of the Government of the United lnlirn.1 btatos turned ovor to the Britl! uiquninin asu anct ouier snrubs, and which Is Of course, Mr. the puiplo mountains overhang. prepared dolightful, and are always eecrot sen'ico! to supply oxcellent tea Carlton has "reason to believe thait Tho trip occupies a whole day. no examination Is made of them " made broad. I A forenoon should be spent In and homo peasant fiioTiic gvuwojcu n have That would bo a breach of etiquette ... cmi4...i .in over visiting juucicross Abbey and con- it tinuing on through itho demesne J. Vi. u,,u lnev '"over forget. H ly. so Butcould not bo odmittod openi McCrndy. Sole Agent For W. L. Douglas Ui&t think of tho Western Dinls Island, is reached. It is conUnion turning ovor all our official Shoes In This District. nected with the mainland by a dlreatches to British secret servi JiAllOTS-- r KANSAS COLLCGH. brldgo . It is a iiorfect spot, and agents! Just think of tho signifihalf an hour could ndvantaroniiAlir ... cance of that admission! Work Is bo spent wandering through Its Marympunt belnir nmlipft nn !. Collego for girls In Sal- tropical vegetation. On 'the way back to Klllarney, Tore Waterfall Is ma, iuis., which when completed OKV. GUAM. AXD PKOVAXIT-.- '. Well worth vlsitlncr. Prnm 41yn. nn will be tho largest irlrla ci,ni t Job Work Promptly Attended To It Is said of Gen. Grant that when of tho fall there Is a glorious view ICansasi and" one of the glories of he was In the Held one of his staff of tho Lower I,ako and of . tho diocese of Concordia. Tho new officers approached hint to quote a tho loftiest mountain In and wholly S'1!1 b0 under tho Ureclion volloy of Seventh and Hill. Louisville, Ky. ireianu. of tho Darrynane is the net beauty cost Sisters of St. Joseph and will proiane language used by a soldier more than a million dollars The officer prefaced his purpose by Both Phones 928 epoi. iao coast lino is vary beautiRepairing Promptly Attended To """ "e mouera in every parth remarking: "Aro there any ladles ful, with Its many . jagged head- ular. "No." nald drnnt. "luiti The slto is tho highest point around?" Home Phone Highland 704 Estimates Furnished lands cliffs and caves. Bathing, m Salina county, just south of the there aro gentlemen." Needless to whethor on tho sand or from rocks, ovum! uiuu anu overlooklnir say, the story was like MacBoth's Is excellent at all conditions of tho Smoky Hill Valley with its thou-Ban- amon It stuck in tho throat of the tide. Fivo mijes out to sea lto -would-b- o of acres of wheat lands. entertainer. Ih a Catholic, Scariff and Deenish Islands, and to profanity te most detestable. The tho northwest tho Skelllg Rocks, tongue that touches tho Holy "JIOAD TO HOME." wun a lignt nouse on the largest PRACTICAL ELECTRICIAN rjucnanst siioum never bo as an (a n . lioninu the little Inn f Recover Automobile Tops, New Tops and all kinds of Trimmings. HOUSE AND BELL WIRINO A SPECIALTY fairyland of narrow rock gorges n7,)nce1In: io Brooklyn tho title, adder's fang tipped with poison. City of Churches," Cleveland claims The ear that It filled with tho hap- 614-61- 6 which shelter great trees and shrubs 613-61- 5 West Jefferson Street py, West Liberty Street should nraflfor Sunerlor 1062 East Caldwell Louisville, Ky. Of all kinds from Mmto (Inwo linnco nf lintni-- i avonnn flin rlfc.llr.11 not promises ofaChrist's wordsr.iirioi'n ontortain. violation of Wind. In Darrvnfino flin i t name. The heart that la tho very Qniy. n. where lived the Great Liberator of Rome. A Catholic man, riding a tabernacle of Qhrlst's gracos should t,umb,houtn Homo City 102 I not laugh when tho devils aro deWe Manufacture lighted. Should vnn liiwr finnttiai. profane the nrihie of Christj repeat - -- . : a Jet black night, with only tho .nn..ii.. gevon .: times, for ho passes to yourself; "Praised bo tho name roar of the surf aiid the "boom of wim uiiujj- vamouc. eainces, Thov of Jesus, now and iforover." tho breakers nt the bar to tell you are f:. joim's Cathedral MAMUFACTURER OF and the an where the sea la. findiToniv Tim,e Has Proven Has No Equal IX)UGir XBAGH. uuuiuiirai cuapw, the. horse shoo bay a roll of wator, Columbkllle's, St. st. Pclor', St. Maro's, ImmacuCan Ship Straight Car, Local or In Car With Other Stock a quarter or a mile long, Is lit up late Conception, Francis' and St. The largest lako United with ghostly sllvorn glow. It- - draws Thomas Aquinas'.St. Tho Catholic at- Kingdom is LoukIi in tho Tt nnn- Eyerythink in Rough and Dressed Poplar and Hardwoods Neaeh. Itself un to a vmbrhtv onrvn nf mosphere of tho street Is to be enr? talaa 153 square miles of wator. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY Bmooia ingnt, men Droaka Into a hanced Still more tlita snrlnnv .. -.- THE NORMAN LUMBER COMPANY o, ..Oil ... . ...... mase of molten, ..,vl, Umi f ..-Pftth Avenue Q . . Bet. Green and Walnut J J,1 the phosporescence. and nerorhy I thunlan ii me new St. George's o Shannon, which Incorporated '. miles in s " , church begins, length. ,. .i lIutli nd Magnolia FLORISTS PROF. JANSEN'S Oculists' Prescriptions Southern Optical Company FOURTH AND CHESTNUT. Create Woman Laundress? J ts PAi-ann- a i I Dd lolli and Jefferson Streets ariety. b. COMMUNITY LAUNDRY semi-tropic- i,r 1 Contracting' Plasterer ,. ,. Brook and Bloom Louisville, Ky. CASPER GARGOTTO & CO. sun-olllanc- o o, , STORAGE . WAREHOUSE ,,., Iran sier'Li TABB'S SON GAS AND FIRST CLASS REPAIRING ... ..... Wiflo J." O ra m . PLUMBING, JOHN HAUENSTEIN THE SHOE MAN P. B. HAWKLINS STEAM FITTING half-drunk- en 1136 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET ds ALBERT J. RICHARDS Automobile Remodeling, Painting a Specialty. liri ' A,r POPLAR BEVEL SIDING It 4; nr-n- MS ..,. -I. -- -- Li-th- 0 1 ' s ,x i"A- f. 'If ? , , ! i, J WE WANT YOUR WORK We're Prepared to Do It Promptly Style. and in Firat-Clas- o PRINTING' Cards, Bill Hoada, Letter Heads, Circular, Dodgers, Etc. Dance and Wedding Invitations n a Specialty. IIOttE THCNE 946. , New Crown Gasoline v Vand MENS FURNISHINGS i) ij "The Perfect Motor Fuel" . : dll ipUKJKJ jf FOR UPHILL PULLS Plenty of power to pull the heaviest load over the roughest road, quick ignition, bigmileage per gallon and less carbon these make new Crown Gasoline famous as "The Perfect Motor Fuel," and as wonderful winter gas for cars, trucks, motorcycles and stationary engines. Insist on getting New Crown at your .garage or drive to one of the eight convenient Louisville Service Stations. . Louisville ' National BanK of Kentucky FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. "YOU'LL FIND IT WORTH WHILE" TO EAT IN A Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and Oldest Bank in the State. , A , V.! Stations Third and Breckinridge Johnson and Main Baxter and Broadway. York opposite Library 44&&!4rQQ&&$A&b&i J rffl -- t ii KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN GS1 VO-E(- T Standard Dairy Lunch House Incorporated !wWwoMwmwwMmMvJWW FRANK J, GENSLE Artistic and Up to Date " " 0BJI 0T1V Tenth and Twenty-Sixth arket and Broad-- x THE HOUSE OF QUALITY AND QUANTITY Variety of Hot Dishes, Pastry, Homo Made Pies, Cakes, Meatn HXCBLIBA'T 0 O I' P B II (101 SOUTH FOURTH 2U SOUTH FHiTII STREET STREETIn Middle of Square ,Nu- lliondivny PRICES REASONABLE PROMPT SERVICE - " Fifth and Bloom way . STANDARD OIL (Inconporated in Kentucky.) Eastern Parkway Preston and r s BAXTER METAL WORKS WIOKLOW. arm were events of common occurrence." TIN, TILE AND SLATE ROOFING Wall Papers, Window ShadesPicture Several districts were proclaimed, There te not 1n the whole, world a valley so sweot and the register concluded: "NuKuiiini'c and Refrigerator Repairing Hoof Fainting .1 Specialty As that ralo in whoso bosom the merous bodies ot tioop wero likeCHIMXEy FOIXTIXG Framing, Church and School Sundries bright waters moot; wise dlspatchou. into those districts, put notwithstanding ovory precau- Oil! the Inst rays of feeling and 442 BAXTER AVE, at Underbill Highland 1CS7; Cumb. 1715 life must depart Condition of A f fail's Prevailing In tion and ovory remedy that could bo 1UI1 South Shelby, Ncr Onlt devised, the. country continued at Eie tho bloom of that valley shall ' Ireland One Hundred Undo fiom my honrt. BUST WOIJIC GUAKAMTI2KD ECKERLE DRUG COMPANY the end of tho year in a vory unquiet state." YimS Ago. Cuinb. S. 661 X Home City 665 In very truth is WIcklow tho What advances has our civilizaEVERYTHING CUT RATE ALL THE TIME Garden of Ireland. Tho landscapes! tion made In a century? v T. P. O'D. and si;ioa of wickiow may not havo FLOYD AXD MAItKHT LOUISVILLU, ICY. tho exotic quality of those of Clare HOME PHONE 3161 Uimlol O'Connell's .Letter to People Both Phones GIVE. A SMILE. and Galwuy; tho coast, line may AVouid Xow Apply lack tho atmospheric beauty and ' When you see. a. fcico tint's sad- "othor worldllness"-othe Atlantic WILLIAM M. HATFIELD With Foico. dened Onboard; but in tho scenic districts By the cruelty of (strife, nt the center of tho county there is GENERAL CONTRACTOR Into which have come the wrinkles d combination uniquo in Ireland of Lot Me Figure On Your Xow Ilomi- - Alterations Made All Stylo From the tolls and cares of life, grandeur, foittlity and richness of Gnifigcs Vioiupt Attention To Phono, Calls System of Outrage, Robbery, Mur- Just sumd a ray of sunshine color. To smooth Its brow a whilo, CONCRETE WORK A SPECIALTY Synge In his studies of Irish der mid Assassination And bestow a passing blessing f) county life found a deep loneliness Parkway 537 Comiucnml. By the giving ot a smile. f In the Wickiow glens Glondalough, Glen Imaal, Glonmalurev all of them GIVEN CATHOLIC NAME'S. beautifully named and oven MACARONI EGG NOODLES SPAGHETTI with- the Seven Churches, OOO OOO KI.VG MADE MAW PRO.MISRS, Tho Sto. Crqlx or Holy Cross though for so many years the object river, in Maine, waii so called by of tourist excursionists, retains n the first French Catholic settleri Islngulai of monastic character there. peacs. The distinctive leputatlon of LOUISVILLE. KY. If for no better reason thn that New York is so called after the the county is largely duo to its 323 W. LIBERTY ST. Duke of York, whoeo scenery; to such celebrated "beauty of curia ity, it to often interesting Catholic to contrast the condltibn of affaire titles ot Duke or Albany and Enrl ot spots" as Gleiulalough. Glen of the in Ireland in any given year with Ulster are alao' commemorated by Downs, and the Vale of Avoca; Dudhesa Bray and Greystones at the north prevailing in the the names of counties. the condition rsame year of the previous century. county fa called after bis Catholic end of the count aro tho two On looking into tome records or tnei wife, and Queens county after iris watering places of southeast year 1821 I was astounded tp rind Catholic "Wo Mako a Specialty of All Brandies of Dentistry. ern Ireland. IUithdrum, a small Chesapeake Day ww named ly town, has many features of interest; "Wo Uho All Modern Appliances in tho Elimination ot X'nin. everywhere references to raids for One Hour at Bowling, the Easy Plan Spaniards who first attempted a short walk therefrom brings one arms, shootings, proclamation!- of the To Make the World a Healthy Man "disturbed area," protoarta against to settle on Its banks, St. Mary's to Avondale and the Vale of Avoca. 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET tyranny, the Govern- Hay. Government Wickiow is One of the few parts Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. Santa Fe means- Holy Faith. of Ireland which does not call for ment's "douljle policy" of coercion 4G0.-IMiono City 451)3 Vera Cruz moans True Cross. An interestand conciliation, etc reafforestation. It Is also noted for Phono City ing document of the period is Danthe- number of its stately IIOXOKS SISTERS. iel O'Connell's pa&toml lottor to tho Kllruddery, Poworscourt and Square, Irish people, datud Shelton Ahboy and Coolattln, to Eight momhers of tho Ordor ot montlon but a fow showplacos Which Dublin, January 1. 1821. Although the letter doaU almost Sisters of Mercy who nursed Amor-loa- n havo escaped from tho decay that soldiers In hospital camifB in lias touched so many great Irish entirely with tho then burning tho Catholic question, nevertheless It tlw South during houses But Avondale, war havo been awnrded near the olsowhore. of the waters, tho contains some lamarks on the state Billiard Tables 14 Billiard and Pocket medals by tho War De- homo of meeting of the country and tho policy of service Pat noil historically tho the the Government that would apply partment. Five other Sisters ofthat ma t famous of the Wickiow wore nurse during ordor who with equal ,forco in 1021. demesnes passed long ago under wrote tho Liber- war and who now Ho burled in the hammer, and Is now the seat of St. 25 PER CENT. COAL SAVING. ator, "wo have lived nnother year, Mount have Agnes Convent. Balti- a school of foiestry. An amusing ipeoived posthumous tho victims of causeless injustice. more, little book of a French traveler The Govomment has sent Our lives wear away, and we still honor1. Combustion Engineering and Furna9e Repairing convent mark- of twenty years ago lecbntly came to continue aliens In our own land. ers the Sisters at the the graves ot into our hands, and we learn from to be placed at Everything Is changed around us. CIty83Sl 521-2- 3 COURT P LACK , Main loU five Those markers aro to bo It that "the dimming county Our servitude alone Is unaltered the blossed and placed at tho graves ot Wickiow. the' 'fa hlonable beach of To the se- - these SIs'ors with Impressive cere- Bray and tho Devil's Glen" are tho and permanent. vorest of injuries is added the most monies. The eight living memberu places tonwrd which tho English cruel of Insults, and we are de- of the order wiio havo been hon- tourist in Dublin first tutns his face. prived of the misorablo consolation ored are SistersHERE IT IS AT LAST! Mary Bornard "Great hotfls are in the gorges and ot thinking that our enemies deem O'Kianei Beruerdine, Stone, Nolasco the mountains, cars galore In the "Whether It Bo Bread, Kollo, Cakes, Biscuits or Pastries, Their by any neces- McColm, Ignatius Smith.' j thom.olves justified cascades and Alexius smallest villages Success Is Assured by the Unfailing Quality of sity or any excuse for continuing Kleinfelter, Colostino Doyle, Mer- ruins havo been phot Jgr.iplii'd from ' our degradation." every aspect, and every echo of its cedes Weld and Ursula Mullln. SNOW CLAD Cumb. Main 9364 One. would think O'Connell had Home Phone City 2701 va'leys repeals a tliousann fines per ASK YQUK GKOOLIl in mind the Lloyd George coaliday the 'Very nice' and tho 'Very LORD, RUSSELL'S WIT. ' City 147D tion when he wrote of tho pretty' of young visiting married WM. KASTELIIUN, Solo Distributor administration of Lord LivIn his early days Lord Russell, couples." In point of fact, tourists erpool: "From our exertions we of Klllowen. had a great deal to put do not go much to Wickiow, largo DR. L. C. ZIEGLER can expect no relief; can we hope up with from older men and judges part of which aro no more sophistifor .any redress from Parliament9 who thought to prune down his ex- cated than Connomara and Donegal. In my conscience I think not uberance. One day Sir Dlgby Sey- Thoro aro even many Dubliners who whilst the Parliament remains in mour. Q C. kept up a flow of small know little ot tho county beyond XOHTIDVKST COIIXL'B FIRST AXD BKOADWAY Its presont most unanimous state.' talk when Russoll was speaking. tho modernized seaside resorts, Bray Above Leon Abraham's Drug Store Plato Woik a Specialty On "Justice" preand Greystones, tho Seven Churches, "I wish you would bo quiet, Louisville, Kentucky vailing tho system of Ihe gieat AgiPhono City 5515 427 W. Jefferson Street at tho tlme said Ituesell with his Irish and what may be seen on tho road tator makes a comment that has accent. thereto. Tho great hotels in tho "My namo ia Seymour, if you gorges and tho mountains aro a HUSH AMERICAX Cumb. Alain 598 lost its application with tho lapse Home Phone City 598 ne nays- n man please," replied the learned gentle- fiction o tho imagination, though of a century, LET US ATTEND TO YOUR NEEDS IX THE DRUG LINE has only himsolf in the situation ot man, with dignity. nowhoro in. Ireland will there ho certainty holng prosecuted with a "Then I wish you would see more found better managed inns than GEM LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY OAKDALE DRUG COMPANY thorn) at Glondalough, Glenmaluro, that his prosecutors shall also he and say less," was the rejoinder. TWO STORES : Bridge, and elsewhere his judges. Can anything be more Wooden TAYLOR AXD BERRY BLVDS. 310 1 SOUTH FOURTH frJgbtful?" throughout tho county. i.ittiji: sinx fkixkk. By associations Tho early Homo Phono, Parkway 500 "But shall I ho ofcked if I adHomo Phono, Parkway 2C2 vise you to lie down beneath -your The ' following Js substantially of this part of Ireland, which Is 839 FEHR AVENUE grievances in feulleu silence and iruo: At a Sunday school in Ulster, comprised betwen St. George's Chan-nAWKINS P. B. despair," 'ho continued. "No, my recently, a Junior class ws asked: and Dublin, wore largely ot a Came religious nature; and thoro is no countrymen no, Ave will not, wo "Who made the world?" AL ELE CTRIOIAX P BAOTIC ought not despair. There is a Tax tho quick reply "Bdwnrd Carson." moro notable monument of the IHCOBPOEATED less spirit of liberty abroad, whicn "You aro wrong,", said a voice: "it Island of saints and scholars existHOUSE AVIRIXG .VXD ELECTRICAL REPAIRIXG MANIFACIURLRS Tho ent than tho Soven Carson." If it will submit to Just, necetsaryj is sir Edward Churches ot fixtures Fui'iihlictl Estimates KiiniMied and tomperato regulation must lead teacher noticed a third hand raised, Glendalough, which Ho in the deep POl I. IKY AND STOCK FEEDS T Fit HIGHLAND 704 r. it Ct II ll r.nn.1 its and twld. "Well, little man; can heart of Wickiow, amid a scenery of 10 G2 EAST CALDWELL STREET UUI. . KUUI1. IU I l0 HUt i ana Mam 912 eonTsa or rotard its pt'ogress.' leicpiioncs Warehouse anil Electors, nth and Main you toll mo Who made tho world?" a strange and solemn beauty. Repair Work A Specialty Roof Painting LUl j& ILLii, Ky. It was his sensational "reply" to "God," was tho reply. ' Chorus from Floor Sweepings Clirap. Few more Bags Leit. GOOD SIIEPIIEIH) SISTEBS. this letter that first brouglit tho .tlio entire class, "You're a bloom- groat orator, Hichard Lalor Shiel, ring Sinn Felner; wait till wo get in Irish politics. you outside," Into promlnerice Tho Sisters of tho Good ShepMETAL '"Either from pors6na1' vanity, or a herd is ono of tho noblest orders ROOFING, GUTTERING, AXD SPOUTING to bivak a lance with a man women in tho Catholic Church. BACK. SHOT LOOKING desire of xCUMB. PHONE SHAWNEE 1943 HOME PHONE Their mission is to lift, up tho weak SHOP N. E, COR. TWENTIETH AND WALNUT so famous as the Liberator, jig ven M dangerous experiment ot Dopew Is nnd tho lowly and tho outcasts of lured tho Senator 3892 6042 attacking him" writes ono of O Con- - ibe author of this story: this world, Tho ihouso of tho Good "One dUy I met a soldiei who Shepherd da, principally a reformanell's biographers, "Truly I am at Designs & Estimates Furnished a loss to know how I could hAvo had been wounded In the faco, Ho tory for women and girls who havo our Because quality provoked tho traffic wrath and noble was "a. British infantry, man, and 1 entered on tho road of crimo, and BLOW LUMBER Is reasonably Ire of this iambic rhapsodist," wrote asked lUm In wJUch battle ho had are bound to end Jn moral and WOBKS priced mo hnvo been physical destruction If the dlvlno O'Connell in reply. It was? tho same been injured. LUNCH AND SOFT DRINKS . Mechanical Air Engineers nwntded the contract to "rhapsodlst" that O'Connell de- in tho liattlo of Splon Kop, hand of Christian charily Li not ex and Eroctora of Manufacturers furnish nil LUMBER for rsprlbed, years later," as "MyAelonuent sir ie icplled. tended to thorn. To this noble work . devoto S. S.. Kresgo Co.'s new in V.4l'JJ .H.. ...I. ........ ... young) friend, whoso powerand ge- how could ypu "But at Solon Kon? I got hit in Ll (lmbrt nmn niitnilnd womenTruo to DUST COLLECTING SYSTEM Wo Mako a Specialty of Pipe wero uncnualed by tho orators 'the face and energies. asked. nlus Itholr llve3 , building on Fourth Ave8 -- FINEST ALLEYS IN THE SOUTH- -8 Work for Divine Master, Well.-sir- .' the man, half nue. I jof Groeco and Romo in the days of) apologetical, saidI 'had run a milo 'the spirit of their direct their at- these, good sisters, their brightest glory." HEATING & VENTILATING 'after 416 WEST JEFFERSON STREET year 1821 was signalized by or two I got careless and looked icntinn to these outcasts, remember Tho WILL B. MILLEK CO. 544 EAST JEFFERSON ST. George oack.' " a Royal visit to Ireland. ing liow Ho dealt out mercy to a LOUISVILLE, KY. : woman ., TWELFTH AND OLDHAM Magdalen, to tho Samaritan IV. landed at Howth on August 12. wmmsmmmmmmummmmmmmmm LAWYER FROM DUBLIN. and received a kindly welcome In nnd tho condemned adulteress. City 27.10 South 2750 iioturn ho made many plausible. a Boston' lawyer, who brought WE DELIVER IMMEDIATELY THE AXGELUS. promises Jo tho Catholics. "The his wit from Ids native Dublin, f PHONE US YOUR WANTS eaudy and diollow huhble of concilia-- j Vhlle tho plaintiff C. A. KOERNER lion soon burst, and a system ot m a-- divorce trial, brought forth the Tho Augelns, or tho ringing o ALBUS DRUG COMPANY outrage, xoubery., murder and asiwsl- - following: "You wish to divorce thid th6 boll three times a day. was inGENERAL CONTRACTORS Incorporated nation commenced, ,earcely to b6. Woman because, alio dHnkk?" "Yes. troduced by Popo Urban II: In the ' OFFICE AND YARD: yquraoli?" year 1095, to call down tho protec Tho Store of Quality, Vnluo nnd Ser4n any civilised country." plr." "Do .youv drink ' paralleled D. J. H1NES, Prop. , ancrllv, tion Ot aiary on me vruseuiers. aim ThAt.'a mv .bustneslRl" 3a.vs the anmml regiter for 1821 vice whero tho Sick Ones FLOYD AXD BURNETT STREKT0 "In various parts? of the country," Wh'sreupon th,e unmoved, lawypr was then rotainod, in order to thank 'Receive tho Rest l " God three imes a day for tho blessfurther ' chrdnlcle. aked.! 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LOUISVILLE ANZEIGER CO. lncorporatea 321 WEST GREEN STREET We Pay Four Per Cent, on Savings and Certificates of Deposit. yYYYYYYYYYYYwywwvwwWVVVyyVVVVr m PAMPHLETS DRAFTS BLANKS BOOKBINDING tljo Does Spring House Cleaning c TRADERS Use Tress to Mislead the Public as Etill Bring New Household Needs? f to Conditions In North Dakota. Newly cleaned walls and pantry t shelves suggest shining new pots and t t shelves of aluminum or that won- 1 derful new glass which is used for both cooking and serving. Freshly varnished floors, carpets from the cleanad ruerc inst back wall papers, allers, charming new . c t t t Economic Causes Largely Kcsponsl bio for the Stress tliat Now rrovails. Tills Year's Hamper Crops Piomlso to Put Banks on Their FVct. MARKET ADVANTAGES LACKED. ; t t ( 1 attranf 14hrtno1 rnp. np.eiis in liic iioycoi . l - . - J.U. -- !s- - t t 'tt 'C most improved ucvica at their best, with the greatest ;,-. 1 J-.- 4- - lu IraanfllOtn tuivui sav- o l rt cm t-- Tho press of the couatry has several timc of lato printed aTid featured telegrams regarding tho financial situation in North Dakota to tho effect that numerous bank3 had tnMnA Non-Partis- an 't ing of energy. ' tn tVmt In This Housewares Section Is Everything New In Household Equipment. I: 4. 1 contrive to simplify housekeeping has always our hearty endorsement, And we never fail to secure the best of the modern devices for the pat rons of this store. THE SOUTtfS HIGHEST CLASS DEPARTMENT STORc All that modern inerenuity can jj . : ICaufmrnttrmt StAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA (mm VTAyUAAAAAAyUAAAyUAAAAA' Cnml). Phono Main 2034 Have Phone City 2034 A DAVID WELSH - .PLUMBER, GAS AND. NATURAL GAS FITTER V Seventh Street, Near Walnut, Louisville, Ky. JOHN P. SCHAEFER "AUTOMOBILE TRIMMING 'AlSin PAINTINr, tBreWway. . LewtTiMe, Ky. Both tho practices of tho leaders "of tho leaguo and its tenets arc hold ropsonslble tor developments, and oven, a Catholic paper, published 1 a Western Btate, does not hesitate (to selzo upon this occasion to sound a warning against tho alleged dangerous radNorth icalism of tho leaguo. says that paper, commenting on tho bank situation, "oto having Ihrvlr ovt OTVTll(5jl to the mCHOCG Of Anarchy, Socialism, Bolshevism and Atheism brought liko so many pests Into thoir great State by the League." Such a statement is unwarranted In tho face of tho fact that in North as elsewhere, economic Dakota, causea are largely responsible for tho condition of 6tress. Whilo wo do not desire to exonerate tho leaders of tho N. P. L. .from all blamo or from, all suspicion of mismanagement of some of their undortaldngB, It fs only fair to consider tho Important Influence of economic conditions. Writing In tho February issue of tho Journal of he American Bankers' Association, Prank R Scott, Vko President of that association for his Bfcate and cashier of the Merchants' National Bank at Fargo, gives a report of conditions obtaining in North Dakota which Is worthy of serious attention, amd which has tho merit of offering an InBight into somo of the factors responsible for the presposition, "Tho ent embarrassing eonddtions in North Dakota, at this time, h writes, "are somewhat unusual, due to a combination of eauses, both, economic and political. A light crop In thte State Jn 1921, together with the failure of the grain, nattarmere to market urally has retarded liquidation to a considerable extent, remiRtog In the closing number tit banks. The majority of tba fcanta. howwer, are fT umtuMil Anhrnuwui and are. regarded a aoand and Hfcrfy o Iho deplorable situation. Da-kota- ns 'Non-Partisan Kt.t,ft n.nd that thO League is to blamo for And pointing to a more Interesting fact, hut llttlo "North Dakota known, he says: Bhould bo duo for a largo crop in 1021, and especially (those parts of North Dakota that for four years have had failure or a very light crop, because they oro Just ifour years nearer tho bumper crop that will put them on their feet." Mr. Scott docs blamo tho N. P. L. knd tho legislation dt has sponsored frf n siinm in ereatinir the "Dresent emergency. But ho is fair enough to emphasize the economic causes In and eovn to dwell on thorn. fo.f ttinr Rn.(vrf. in whfch thO N. P. L. is not active, have felt tho particularly in recent stringency, Oregon, tho agricultural districts. Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, these arc some of .the States, reports from which, printed in 'tho same issue of tho organ of tho Bankers' Association, point ito such conditions in the agricultural sections. And dt is only fair to add 'that North- - Dakota Is uniquo in that It lacks tho marketing advantages practically all tho States in question enjoy. It were rash thorcforo to Join In tho cry of tho trader shouting Socialism and Anarchism for sheeT for fear of losing opportunities profit It is ithls fear which is for much of tho opposition with which tho N. P. L. as a It is a tact movement is mooting. that "business" is hostile, for selfish motives, to that movement. It a singular fact which may speak tor Itself that, as tho Nation reM. Baruch, late ports, Bernard. Chairman of the "War Industries tlnnrl TrTivn fislrwl llV tllO Kansas State Board of Agriculture for sug- gesuous LililL nuum uup w i' farming on a more businesslike and profitable basis, made recommendations which "as far as they go, colncido closely with the tho of League." They embody three main rvTvwina.'iW warehouses "mihlle where farm produce will be fairly cheap graded and safely stored; loons on such produco, and market reports for farmers." not hnB This recommendation been given any publicity, wlhilo tho of tho farmers' alleged failure movement in North Dakota has market" SECURITY ffiascfl LOUISVJLLE CAPITAL SURPLUS BANK ORGANIZED 1867. KENTUCKY $200,000.00 $266,000,00 OFFICERS-Ch- as. H. Bohtner, President; Geo. Gutig, Vice President; Chas. Gutigk Cashier; H. Ncllis Kraft, Assistant Cashier. SATTETY PEJPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT The Savings Department of the Trial Offer To YOU There" i only one place to judge a phonograph that is right in ytur own homt. The Louisville Trust Co. Pays 4 per cent Int'erest on Time Deposits Real Estate Department, Vault Department and Trust Department. It Makes a Specialty of Handling Estates. I fc$ pro-gram- Non-Partis- an Let us bring an Edison Amberola phonograph there for a 3 days' FREE trial. 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The Greatest Love The Screen's Greatest Mother in WS INCORPORATED AND DYEflS Phones 2207. 614 Fourth Ave. the Greatest Theme. A Vital, Glowing Drajtna of Life Interest Told in the LJniversal Language of Humanity A Great Heart. Interest Picture Lavishly Staged and Superbly Acted by a Superlative Cast m&mkmm , AND THE GREAT SCREEN COMEDIAN LARRY SEMON in 'THE HICK' Thursday Friday Saturday SPECIAL FOR and All Men's If INCORPORATED Give relief tired and a -- ALAMO3STE Thursday Friday Saturday DREAMS ASTJIORK. You ASK YOUR DEALER. QUAST SHOE MFG. CO. LOUISVILLE WEEK ENGLAND'S BLUNDERS. Women's Cloth Surfaced REGARDLESS OF COST LOUISVILLE RUBBER CO. 530 Purth Avenue, nt Guthrie. urday, severely attacked the Irish policy of the Government and its failure to publish the Strickland report. Ho declared that "the hideous, succession of blunders and crimes committed during the last six months were the blackest in the annals of England's relations with Ireland. Never' in the lifetime of the oldest persons had Great Britain sunk so low In the moral scaile of nations, ho said. Asquith described the. Paris agreement on reparations as impossible of fulfillment and, ho added, it was an extraordinary paradox, which would bo comic ir it were not so serious, that the people who were proposing the bill to exclude German goods from the British markets were in the same breath asking Germany to pay the Indemnity in goods. anti-dumpi- H. H. Asquith, former Prime Minister, in a speech at London Sat- ... KENTUCKY Sure 'tis tho came old story From dawn to set of sun! Now hear about a Vision, That cornea to mo ait night, And tho stars tbat shlno in heaven In my vision ffioso their light; think it's tho fairies That come across tho Bea, And paint all these sweet pictures in colore fair ror mo. A A And laurels proudly won, hear oif fama and glory, STS. MARY AND ELIZABETH HOSPITAL. Situated at Twelfth and Magnolia Conducttd by Sisters of Nazareth OWNED HOME. THE DIFFERENCE. ant BOTvlco or the dead ds to com fort .the stricken hearts of the mourners. 'According to tho Catholic idea the Requiem Mass la for the, soul of the dead. When a Catholic boreft of some loved one really understands this, there 'is a comfort and consolation in tho church's service for tho dead .that pastees tho understanding of those wiho know between not tho difference the, Protestant and Catholic .belief. Tho' Catholic Church comforts and helps tho lhrbig by .helping tho dead. hig to Protestant teaching, tho departed soul is beyond all aid from the diving, and so the funeral services are directed toward tne consolation- of those who are left behind. Ac-ca- rd - pretty fairy fountain, A field all fresh and green; A house beside tho hill. Where children play so free, My mother standing in tho door With a welcome call for me; And then my heart grows lighter, My lovo for IreCand more A dream could not bo brighter, But, 'tis only a dream, asthore! white-washed little bit of mountain And then a quiet stream, Nothing makes more toward good citizenship than the owned homo. The contented workman is tho man who has, a habitation that ho can truthfully acll his own. Strangely enough, the "upllftora" have touched, but lightly on yet it is a theme that tho pulpit, tho school and tho press might all dwell upon with profit in their for tho betterment of mankind. homo-gettia- g, GEO. J. BUTLER, DEALER IN FANCY GROCERIES, PRODUCE, FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES, CIGARS AND TOBACCO . HOME PHONE SHAWNEE la1-bo- rs FOR NEWLY WEI). 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' ALCAZAR are Two The homes of today Ranges in Qnc H. was Cardinal Manning who related 'this incident as having happened to himself. One night I was retuminlg to my residence Iti Westminster when I met a poor man carrying a basket and smoking a" pipe. I .thought over this: "He wib BmofceB , gets thirsty; ho who is thirsty desires drink; .ho who drinks Coo much gets drunk; ho wiho gets drunk "endangers his soul. This man is dn. danger of mortal sin. Let me save him. " I affectionately ad' , dressed Mm: "Are you a Catholic?"" "I am, thanks bo to God." are you from?" ' "Where Cork, your rtverence,' "From "Are you a member of the Total Abstinence Society?" "No, your rlverence." , "Now," said I, "tihat is very wrong. Look at me; Lam a member." "Faith,, maybe your riverence has need of it" I shook hands with him and loft SPJNACH. Spinach Is one of the most versatile remedies Nature has provided. Containing Iron, It is a blood builder, acting at the same time as a gentle laxative. It helps to beau tify your skin, Is valuable for the perwm trying to reduce, as watt as for tboe havlag liver trouble or rkwjmattam, aad should be eaten fresly by yens and old. b V' Tea will get a DUPLEX ALCAZA.B or PEEBLES IF .YOU WANT THE BEST , for yaar home HmmPImmSIhiw. 140 L.BIRKEL&SONS , MtfcuriCtdarSte. Try to bo satisfied to commonco on a small iscale. Try to avoid the too common mlstalre of making an unwise 'effort to "begin w,hero tho parents ended." Try , not to look at rich homes err covet their castayXurnlturo. Try going a stop further,' and visit tho homos of the suffering poor when secret dissatisfaction Is liable . i If you could only know their to spring up. Try. being perfectly Independent dreams, from the first and shun debt in all You'd .see tho scenes once more. Its forms. Try to cheerfully In ar"A littlo bit of mountain ranging the family expenses, and And then a quiet stream, sharo eiually in any unnecessary A pretty .fairy fountain, and economies. A field all fresh and green; Try to .bo choerful dn tho family A house beside the circle, no matter how annoying may hill, be the business cares and tho Whore children play so free, housekeeping trials. A mother standing dn tho door And calMng lovingly., Ah, then tho heart grows lighter, THE HOME DOCTOR. And love for Ireland more, A dream could not bo brighter, A warm sponge bath will relieve But, 'Us only a dream, asthore." nervous strain. Neuralgia may very often be Mary J. Bartley. speedily relieved by applying a cloth saturated with essence of pepperIRISH FAIRY STORY. mint to the scat of tho pain. For eyes that aro stuck together An 'Irish legend has it that a dally in boric In tho morning good fairy once visited ttn old acid water and bathe night rub the at completo and promised them that lids, with boracic acid ointment. any three wishes they would make Rut a strained, ankle at once into would bo granted. After racking hot water for ten minutes. Aftertheir brains for sometime in an en- ward If the sprain Is severe apply a bran bag dipped in hot vinegar. deavor to discover what they In cases of bilious or typhoid most tho couple decided to fover tho juice of cranberries is alg most Indispensable for clearing the visit the country fair to see if there would suggest what system of tho poisonous bacteria. they wanted. They did so, and after rambling around all day aad SURE TOE TIME. not seeing anything that exactly suited .them toward evening they A porter in London was engaged found UiemsejLveB before a display in clearing a luggage van when tho of kitchen uteas&s. Among them door swung back, striking him viowas a soup ladle, cheap, but likely lently on tho head. to appeal to a woman, so the old "Oh, Pat," ho exclaimed to an woman, dn an absent mumenb said: Irishman standing on the platform, "Oh, I wish I had on of these." "I believe I've opened mr head." And fanmeddately she had it. The "Well' how's the time to put old man wan w enraged because hJe something into. It," was Pat's witty wife had thoughtlessly thrown reply. away one valuable wish that he retorted:, "I wteh that was stuck NOTABLE CONVERT. down your throat," and immediately thte SvSs done. Thereupon, he One of the moat notable of recent was' at once sorry at wfckt he bald converts to th Church ' in the wtefoed, antf thtag: left to United States is Dr. Frederick Dickdo was to vM iftttladte oat agate. inson, formerly rector of theHouse am .tfcpee HUM went tor saufft. of Prayer, in Newark, N. J. So self-denfa- 359 SQ59 :Fo:rtlajt:icl Ayenue. Barker System Bakeries WHEN YOU WANT REMEMBER THE GOOD BREAD, ROLLS, CAKES AND 313 S. Fourth THREE DOWN TOWtf STORES PASTRIES 'I t 113 W. Jefferson 666 S. Fourth K. AND I. BAKERIES CO., lac. ls white-wash- ed L. P. BORNWASSER & CO. F WHOLESALE DEALERS AND PACKERS BEEF AND PORK LOUISVILLE, . 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The minimum amount of fitting service to keep polished ' ' Croagh Patrick, wholo island. ., Do You Believe in Protecting Your Family? will of courso answor tho question 'TTos," but what havo you dono .toward carrying out your good Intentions and your idea of your duty to your wifo and little ones? Good intentions aro all right whon acted upon, but If not carried into effoct, thoy will not buy tho necessaries of llfq for your loved ones whon you aro dead and gond. Many a widow apd orphan aro. today suffering a3 tho result of tho carelessness and procrastination of tho husband and father whoso 'intentions woro good, but who failed to carry thom "tfou He Krfn bleusfMl at ev6ninR Vaen sunset rIUI& her hours, bowors, When w In v windd howl; fingunt bless- my i progress in baths as in other furnishings for the modern home. The noteworthy advance represented by the "STANDARD" is Porcelain Enameled BUILT-IN-BATH- S the result of our years of effort to produce a fixture which would represent the last word in both sanitation and convenience, at a reasonable cost. They are made in one piece, enameled all over, with the outside as glossy and as attractive as the ineide. (When to lower cost, enam-eleinside only is desired, they should be, so ordered. However, enameled all over is more desirable.) My Ronecnus Erlu, wMIl wfth theo; To thee- - po evorjv Mossing .given From favoring nicies by bountoovis Heaven ; Jlo blessings px thy bafthtul malda; o muggings on my uuuio uiaues. HleU be the flihor tilbea that roam Thy blackening irge and whitening ings bo. out. Oh! And b)wed be thy utpriny night foam: i blaaln3 bright. on Uiy mdrnJngs t d ... Y are lower than the ordinary type of yet have better bathing accommodations bath, Only eighteen inches from bottom to top, and seventeen inches deep inside. 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WHY Rudolph & Bauer 030s OOXJISt33 234 W. of nollticni injustico and historical wrong has been working through H the American Forces and populace at largo over slnco the armistice. Tho peace treaty, followed by tho war on Ireland, fanned it 'to epidemic. Ac-- . At Harding's mass meetings in America Today it Tho was only necessary to mention Engfouling to Slmnu Leslie, land to rouo tho dteapprovol of tho Harding Sfolcil Author. audience hat tho Uny qroup of old Republican Iondora. who uod to live in tho odor of British approval, but ho Iras also ro- avalanche Sns Klccthm Hero Slum oil America oelved an oy sundry of Irich votes. ;onowou ouior nationals Side of Kttrone and Sick and the wholo progressive party, lod by implacablo critics of England, of Kngland like Hiram Johnson, Borah and La Folletto. If thoy woro of Harding's opposition tho British Emhnsey might breatlto. but they are of the Moj (1 "George, Car.son, Greenwood counsels. For four years thero has been a steady suppression of diploHated Woimj Today Tbnn ANTI-BRITIS- Pointer Kaiser. IRISH QUKSTIOX IS TRK KEY. Market 2 STORES 235-3- 9 W. Jefferson yuluc.YYVYYYYYVYyYYYYYVVVYVYVYVVVYYVVV, ECKERLE DRUG CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Cut Rate Drugs, Sundries and Tobacco Prescription FLOYD AND MARKET. Ft Specialists LOUISVILLE, KY. ' THREE PHONES i.. Ju A jKSKjKjSSx o Home Phone 3237 it itt U M. I J. RABBITT - s N. E. Corner Center and Chestnut t&$&M&&&$fr$tiQ&S4 R Home Phone City 7804 Cumb. Phone West 129-- J v, U Frank Hartman h Sons HOUSE PAINTERS .'.; AND DECORATORS -- LOUISVILLE, KY. 1300 W. MARKET ST. " x Residence Phone Shawnee 1051 ' HIRSCH'S GOODIES, HIRSCH BROS, XNOOKFOU. LOUISVILLE, ' KENTUCKY; of London: INCORPORATED For elx years It has been perfectly well known that tho Irish question has been the vital or fatal relations, ackey to Tho cording as it was turned. singing are Hood of the 'youngsters furious and astounding themselves into an education. Tho events before and sinco tho anndschoir as an organization owns the tlco failed to submorgo the Irish old Tweeil mansion. Libby Castle, at question in America, as it was hoped Whllo some questions in London. Fott Washington Avenuo and Overjtave dropped out of America's ken Terrace, New York City, look which is Its home and school. Hero and care, tho Irish question has been emphasized. the boys are taught' music, as woll &$&&$&fr$&$&S&&&&& as other educational subjects, and all It has long been threatening a crisis, and there is no doubt that tho expenses of maintenance come St. Patrick's day will signal a now from tho concerts at which they and possibly final phase. For n sing before paying audiences. All IF YOU NEED A FORD CALL fortnight iirovnous to that dato Mr. tho earnings of tho clioir go mto F. L. CLIFFORD ay ror the Harding will have become President t, f d t0 schooling of of tho United States. It has not feeding and Brlltsh Government housing, tho been realized on this sldo that H4ard-In- g tlons, tho boys. When they ate on the was elected with the full force should have Irritated tho Irish sore road they aro accompanied by the Not only has Ireland teaching corps, and tho classes are to eruption and concurrence of tho vote. As a wihole, Americans been divided from England thereby, held In the special car in which gulf has been created be- they took much tho same vlow of tho but a England travel. School hours, school and America, which peace treaty as Mr. Keynes and tween lessons and "homo work" are ex contempt for n our Romoratton will not see or hear actly the same as when tho boya they showed ithclr INCORPORATED President who had been wlzardei! tho last of. school. Yet the ITnlted States, as in are homo in are gathered from all Into a Ttaer's belly anil had barely TrrttnYwl InM11 10J'3 The rntftttv nf rmmiln wlfili vor the country; some come even escaped digestion. Since his elecself - respect tion Harding has mado no uttoranco to live at peaco and In English peo- - iron aiohco. ui -' which should suggest friendliness to Ing'harmonv with tho for message plo. But the English Government Is the principal requisition witj-..- v cul British Imperialism. His aiu iue the to tho English speaking peoples is ls one that at, American will not mission, meight giuiheighteen years to from the other end of a boys ago a recessional. Ho is Impressed, not touch, oven twenty-thre- e adult and by their glory, but by their duties League of Nations. An7 friendliness of been voices. Father William Finn, C. S to be "restrained, toleiant and Just " botween tho two peoples has sight P , is the conductor. Tho Pope, , City 3209 Alain 1818 of political Tho thought of Ireland underlines postponed out completely lost tho when tho boys sang before him a England has tho wholo utterance. complimented yeats opinion of America. LOUISVILLE, KY. It is clear that tho policy wlilch public chango which has taken placo coupleas ofthe bestago, ehoir leader In 640 S. THIRD ST. him Tho thwart Ireland's two tho w orld. The Paullst Choir on as a nation, Indirectly keeps America In America sentiment within Cumb. Main 0110 out or the League of Nations. years Is almost incredlblo. The that occasion sang In conjunction Homo City lROO-lSO- S consequent competition in America Is sick' of Europe and slclc armistice found America anxious to and delay In with the ramotts SIstIno Choir at with England. On "the complication? mako up gonerously for her Germany was tho Vatican tho American boys on which Jtave arisen in oil and financo enterlntr the war. Kaiser alono was one side, the Italian choir on tho thoro is no manifest deslro to sootho anathema. The enemy INCORPORATED of America, othor. When It was all over the British strain. On tho Panama the personified CORNER SHELBY AND JEFFERSON STREETS question, which AVIlson gavo so de- democracy and small nationalities,. I Pope 'declared tho Paullst Choir to After Now Lloyd Goorgoi Carson and bo better than his own. cidedly In England's favor, Harding Complete PrcHCiriptloiiDepftrtiucBt1, a complete reversal. Hamar Greenwood have succeeded loaving Rome they went t,o Paris threatened Drugs, Patent Medicines and Toilet Articles. American but not British ships, he io Ills base position in American an,i London where they won new t tho choir's school Father thinks, should bo excused tolls in public opinion. No English Mln - Ulonor8 TOT. Amer- Istor could any more speak in an owon McGratlt is head master.- He tho canal. .The ican cares nothing for flnanolalf.sta-blllt- y Amurlcan 'city today than Hlndon- - j8 ns3iS(e(i by Prof, Al Callahan and Get Acciuuiiicl With Illm. between the two countries. Ho burg or tho Crown Prince could ip father William Finn and four lay men ana two women teachero-Hsees that .any loosening of funds will ueigium. rno oujecx lesson 01 jiwiium una help England to continue 'tho war on RUTH AND AVORKS. Ireland as well as to build a navy, brought about what seemed to be. and whereas Germany equalizing1 matters at sea or on tho Impossible INCORPORATED Panama canal. Already before his had begun to. stink In American It was after tho "station " and arrival, a, resolution ha& 'been placed nostrils two years ago, today it Is tho parish priest and hit curato DISTRIBUTORS AND DEALERS England that has relieved her of were having breakfast, when Lite before Congress calling for.flo predicament. or slackening of debts. Uhat unpleasant latter" remarked, "We must catch These are concrete, it Indirect hat train." of tho .power of tho SHOWS BRITISH GUILT- "Oh, never mlnd.sald the P. P., Weit 370 PHONES 791 Shnwnee Somebody is not Tote. who. had it new watch,, and was only twisting tho LUin's tall, but impression that 'It could Thirty-firs- t It is worthy o mentf6n that tho and Montgomery Streets, Louisville, Ky. ? as tvoH, which te British Goernment has refused to under the his not go wrong. "Wo have lots nf a much more perious thing in these nvako public my watoh is right to the tho results or Its own lime .and timemilitary investigation into the, burn- iceond," The curate, who was tired It, may cause indignation to Government's of hearing the. P. P. oxtqlllng tho Cork. that America is at present mora ing of Iim shut "The mouths of its good qualities of said watch, did "the ourse H ever was thn e true, and Gedde defenders." ays the New York pot llko to mention tho subject We Are Now Handling the bu-it again. knows H. "Wlkjon dragged America Times, VhlclTlww been more than To tho great surprise of tho P. BpUish official to MAREMONT REPLACEMENT SPRINGS into the var after winning Ms olec anxious An whltevmnU editor, 'A. G. P. they arrived at the railway sta Engjtoh To- dom. Hon on a definite peace ticket. "Weill For Every Car and Truck .day It there was wr, between Oardlnerftof the Londan Bally Nes, tion half an hour late, faith I atWell!" said he. ".after tho America ami Bwjlantl (which heav- declares that the Government's I responsibility for the had hi my watch' "It would bo TRUCK BODIES BUILT TO, ORDER en or Lord Northcllffe avert), I am tempt' 1o evade trotting out the hogey, far better," ' quietly remarked the 109 S. :Nlnth'strcet, wouM CorK crime by Louisville, Ky. creditably Iriformod tfwei plot ,has "revolt- rurate, "If you had good works oe ao need of.a.oonsorlpilonaot Ja of a Grmn-trlh- . ' -' nome.Phono City 5v51 ' ' i.i it.'" AnmKtt. The bUter, Irteh aeotlmeo d the public aeaee of decency.'' tness, Anglo-Americ- an Anglo-Germa- n Anglo-America- author of "Tho Shane Leslie, End of the Chapter" and other noted works, discusses tho feeling between England and America today In tho following article In the Now "Wi- matic truth. Impollto propagandists have boon sent from England and polito Americans have boon entertained In Eng'and, who hnvo both conspired to a protenco that the Issue Js dead in America and wholly exploded In Amorfcan eyos. plots thanks to the dud which tho British Government ro veals at imtoryals of several years diffiMean tl mo the culty has simmered and boiled until the whole of American political life Iteen affected and has passed from tho simmering to tho boiling point. All relations with Eng'and, commercial, financial and naval, have In the political whirlpool become colored and distempered. entente would An bo easier to negotiate at tho present n one time than an Involving any appeal to tho American people and Congressional acHarding's party has all tho tion. appearance of a strong naval party. It also shows overy. sign of being In sympathy with It eland. Geddes Is no doubt aware of the truth, but whether he will bo ald lowed to open the eyes of tho and long blindfolded British public Is nriother matter It is almost inconceivable that -pro-GormIrlsh-Amerjc- J., In his book, "Tho Soul of Ireland,'' to the "mother of 4hat land. "She Is, foremost among the hidden naints of earth' ho snys or "A follower of tho Irish mother Chrlst whoso cloister le wkhln the four walls of the home wherein she reigns as queen. A lover Of Chrtet. who draws her subjetr to her by n ennotlty and love. Ior hands that clasp the old brown flogurv are eloquent of strength to seize and lift to good nil eouls they meet; her lips ate molded to lines of peace by years of unending prayer and murmured benisone over sleeping babes: upon her brow eternal ralm and resignation Kit enthroned; her eyes are lit by tho light of serene confidence that tells of a heart secure In the friendship of Qod " It Is not at all surprising that the Jesuit writer, whose familiarity with Irbh ltfeand the influences thnt have keptthe Irish race true to their ancient Ideals, given a prominent should have ohaper In hi work to 'JThe IrWt Mother " Nor will those who atof tribute so rtMtch of the growt-the Catholic church to tho apoMIos. lay and cleric, who have gone forth Ireland's shoros, broadcast from fall to ascribe a telling part in tho h missionary achievement of the turlos to the' same gontlo Influence wlolded abroad, as at home, by, tho blessed type Which the Irish Jesuit so beautifully dopicts. toll-worcen-Irls- paid by reverent and delicate tribute Is Father W. 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Are Thinking of Building a Home CALL OR WRITE ERIN'S FEAST If You I)cokrt Children of St. Patrick Will 111 ,i V MENG COMPANY MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF CVlelunto tlic "Wide Over. ' " They Hae ' Vrnctlfled Kvery Comer of Unrtli "With Knltli of Christ. A. R. KNIGHT CONTRACTOR Designer and Builder of Modern Homes Estimates Cheerfully Furnished Phone Highland 1682L 1620 Bonnycastle Avenue LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY "lj George AViisliliiRton'.s Recognition 'of tho Vnlor of Ills Irish Troop. TIIK i:VAClTATIO.V OP 1IOSTOX. 1 The Kentucky Irish American comes to Its readers thl week on St. Patrick's day, March 17, which may Indeed bo designated now na tho feast of tho world-- , for there is scarcely a spot in which tho devoted hlldron of that noblo Catholic Island acropfl tho seas havo not not a corner of tho earth pondonce Lot 'us not forget that which they havo not fructified with our own Immortal George AVashlng-ton- , It has been tho faith of Christ. In of Uio valor of like tho hte Irishrecognitionhimself gavo the beautifully said ' that, troops, of old; Iiektml pre- name of "St. Roman matron tho counPatrick'' sents to tho world on tho foat of tersign for tho ontiro asContinental An tho person St. Patrick her Jewels army day; that ho of her chlldron who have, won dis- made that momorablo Gen. Sullivan, who commandtinction the world over. ed tho bravo brigado.of One need jiot go back today to Dorchester Heights, tho Irishmen on the history of that land of rointe of .the day, and then commander and thero and of scholars, nor revert to the him to the rank of Brigadier eniinent services that the children raised Genoral; placed Gen. he of Ireland rendered tot the world ol Knox, thethat of also Irishman, in son an In the preservation In her command lottors of the Heights. Let us not abbeys and monasteries of all that forgot that at Valley Forge, March today; 17, 1778, is most pteclous in literature a demonstration of one need not recount her soldiers loyalty by after Irish troops Georgo and lior statesmen; far more inter- Washington his said, ".I, a lovor esting is it to the world of thought of St. Patrick and too, nmconclude to contemplate the sufferings of that this affair by makingmust the army all once great, center of learning which keep this day." has remained through the ages the Two years later, upon the eve of home of Catholic faith, and the the celebration of St. Patrick's day, her Children m keeping that which was to be held In the Amerwork of fallli through martyrdom and trials ican aamp, Gen. 'Washington issued and transplanting it to Protestant this paragarph in "General .Orders lands and in 'time winning these for for the Day:" So generally ta this recog-nlr.Chri' t "Headquarters. that, of all national holidays March. 1780. TheMorristown, 10th congratcelebrated In this great counttry of ulates the army on General the ver InterfjQ Tniierlrn, St Kr Patrick's dav. while esting proceedings of the Parlianot officially recognised a such, ment of Ireland, and the Inhabitants has come to be more generally ob of 'the country, which have been perved tlia.n oven the Fourth of lately communicated, that Jul. It s lias been estimated scat- they appear calculated not only as to remove wldelv of the full heavy and tyiannlcal oppresKmerajd Isle those on tered children of the their trade, but to are in the United States and Can- sions brave and generous restore to people Sure, the last star is exjlrln ada, and It U calulated that New theira ancient, rights and freedom, But It lingers ere retkin' York, Boston and Chicago have and by .their operation to promote l'o loofc upon ttie morning' thro' the even larger number tff Ifiah citi- cause of America. Desirou- - of 1 Jiazy mist at gray: In this great the 7ens than Dublin. impressing on the creepin', An' a mountain light land of ottrs there are no truer cit- army tranacttons so minds of the important in Kor the sun, at last. U peepin'. izens than the son of Ireland, and directs 'tifl from the days of tbe Revolution, their, nature, the General Au' the dew begins to glinten that all fatigue and working parties the dawn o' Patrick's day. when America shook off the Kng-li- h cease for tomorrow, St. Patrick's yoke, to the present time they held Urh!au,t! the cocks have started have acted well their pert In con day. March 17. a daypeople in pelLouisville licular regard by the of that The Oldest Catholic School in crowlu' tributing to tile honor and glory of An' the light la brighter growln' our country and maWng It the great ndtion." spoke our own beloved Thus The mist ) slowly Hftin' before wtorld power that It la today. Wellington, the greatest patriot the vanishln' away; Was founded by Mother Catherine Spalding in 1831. It was How many of the children In our world has ever produced. On this Soon the neighbors will be rt dn', great St. Bchools know that In the day, 1021, let us ponthen located on Fifth street. In 1893 it was transferred to its' Hut the sa,me Is not eurpriin struggle which forever male Che der Patrick's his St. and may (Jod your blen hart' St. wfliy- I'nited States a free naWon nearly Patrick's words, "see restorednext the present site, to l'at- orie-ha( wouldn't they, upon Wahlngton's brave andday Gen. of generous Irish people r'ck'a day? army was made up of men of Irish their ancient rights and freedom" The vMch Washington recognized and birth or Irish extraction? FOURTH AND BRECKINRIDGE. ee! the turf thev must be blowln', Declaration of Independence had hoped for. Let us pin the prig of For the curly smoke 1b growin' Irish bdrth shamrock of 'hree eigner out hearts and work cottage that's Matthew Thornton, James Smith and towards ovei glorious the "Old Presentation was famous for the sound scholarship Prom the jroblp ofthe Lay; end. this flacln' out George Taylor. Six other were of they're no Whet's the rata and sturdy moral principles of the students who left her doors. Well. I'll tell In ye" shtialghtairly9 rrteh descent. Including .Totin Han- . ANNIVERSARIES. nn' cock and Charles Carroll, of Carroll-tonNew Presentation endeavors to build upon the firm foundation fairly The Friendly Sons of St. PatLittle family celebrations do Tix, liecautto they're gettin' ready to rick was one of the first organizaof the past. onjoy- - St. Patrick's day. 1o Aupp'ort Gon. AVashlngton much to strengthen family affection. tions advantage any occasion for that sum of Children are received as soon as they are of school age. n' tho colloons. nate an' chnrmin'. raising theThis sum$500,000 represent Take may prompt a of purpose. would gathering of the that work at farmin' In iri our day. the Girls may remain for the completion of a Standard High Chaff thflv lroyu whothe wrongs an' over $5,000 000for freedom, Irth our family; let not one slip away unpaleave An' great .struggle btrtihs, tlirouble-i-f-or the moment triots and statesmen did their sharo noticed. Marriages, fhouUl no event SchoorCourse. of special Interest be negthey'll be gay; for its preservation. .Seven of the lected No anniversary Is more perthe usual classes in Primary, Grammar and There's a truco to fights an' frettin'. Presidents of the United States had sonal than a birthday, be 'It In youth In addition to While tho shamrock they aro Irish blood in their veins. Jackson, or old age. Everybody likos wettdn', Buchanan, Arthur. know that people are glad he to High School Departments, special advantages are offered in Monroe. Polk. is Tito It don't mane they're forget-tl- McKlnley and Roosevelt. In peace here. In the companionship of their Music, Art and Modern Languages. but. of coorse, 'tis Pat- and in war, especially in the late friends, young folks are forming ' great world war, the Irlnh were ties that ricks day. coming years will prominent, and today our Irish strengthen. the And when the young greetln's an' band hakln Catholics hold prominent places in couple holp to celebrate the blrtihday Och! th kAn' the coortln' an' match mnkin. tho councils of the nation. One of a paront or elder person, they lflO Both Phones An' the fiddler an' the pipers, an' needs only refer to tho silver learn thoughtfulne making; In an' reels they play; tongueu uourie uoenran, into mem- others happy. As the years go by the An' the crowdln' an' orushln', ber of, tho House of Ronrosantn-tive- s: and a life of Joys or sorrows is An tho purty Rlrhj lilunbln' Maurlco Francis F,gan late left behind, the aged person looks Sure, tho dnrlln'a are dellghtod wld Minister1 to Donmark, and Chief engerly forward to tho a 'dance on Patrick's day. Justtco Edward D.' "White, of, tho of each coming birthday. colobration Tile fewer .Thro' Uio length an' breadth of Erin Supiome Court of tho United States. occnslons Hko this oho may look They aro lovo an' friendship As scientists, wrltorje and artists forward to tho mpre each anni' swoarin', they havo contributed to tho glory versary means. One who ha- - lved St Gaudens, the many years has found out how ileet-In- g But many, thoughta go westward to of our country. FIRE, TORNADO, SURETY, AUTOMOBILE, sculpgioat enrichor of American the friend hoyond the ay; Joy In mntorial things, ture, was of Irish dosent on tho ma- and is the An' a tale' to take some tollin TOURISTS, has loarnod to value moio and PLATE GLASS, BURGLARY, tij'how oxlloa' hearts are awellln' ternal side. The statue of Liberty more love, affection and tho good At tho thdusht of theOuld Counthry on the dome of tho United States will that comas from tho heart. In FLOATING. an' of homo on Patrick's day. Capitol at Washington ift the work these family celebrations expanses of Thomarf Crawford, a sculptor of need not and should not bo consid Oh! St. Patrick, give yor blossln, Irish parontage, who o son was the ered. N. E. CORNER THIRD AND MAIN STS. Tho n novelist, Marlon Craw- with caro, a simplest a gifts, selected Ciush- - tho power that's opprosaln'. llowor, card pr Just dawn of Ireland's free- ford. Grant tho loving wish cnrrlos much that 4 dom may appear wldout above all art or sclenco a But far tho day 'happy. A letter or . or Htorature Is tho work that the makes to tho absent ono will be sus a card In behalf of God in taining power May her sons all stand united. Irish havo done for good when lonely. this country. Kverywhero they have homesick or forlorn. Lot the absent An' her grievances be righted, An' tho mist rtec up forever at the planted tho fulth, everywhere they ono know ho" Is thought of and have proved themselves the groat cared for. Do nqt let the birthday dawn o' SatrJc's day. missionary race imbued with "the J. M. any loved ono pass unnoticed. spirit of their holy leader, St. Pat- of rick. And this is the greatest le TOM) V A CV.VIC. DREAM: OF YEARS. son of St. Patrick's day, 'this is the reason why it has come to be reA poor tailor released from a March 17, St. Patrick's day. 19 to Let troublesome world and a scolding garded as a national holiday. noble bo a memorable day In Fort Smith, us pray that everywhere tho wifo wont to tho gato of Paradise. mission of the puro daughters and Ark. On that day ground is to bo new St. St. Peter aslfod him if lie had been the noble eons of Ireland may con- broken for tho four-stor- y Hospital, which In Furgatory. tinue, till with thojr aid this country Edwurd'a Convent Place onis to be in Llttlo "No," replied tho tailor, "bujt I may indeed bo won entirely for Gol built avenue. St. Patrick's day has and tho. church. Today tho people Rock chosen for tho beginning of been married." have of Ireland are engaged in a jnighty been "OhV' said Peter, "pass in; good struggle for freedom. They aro ask- tho work because of its significance 1236-123- 8 SOUTH SHELBY ST., LOUISVILLE, KY. enough." ing, nnd Justly, after the great serv- to the' church. It is nlways a disAfter tho tailor came a fat alder ices which Ireland rendered In the tinctive day In tho year's calendar man, and ho would have gone in world war, that tho principles for becauso it does honor to Ireland's Homo IM10110 straight too had not St. Peter which, America entered the war, and natron saint. Tho plama for tho new upon which tho armjsllco wns hospital call for a brick building blocked tho way, four stories In height wiui uasement "Have, you been (n Purgatory'" signed, tho riglU of hospital for and asked tho saint. and freedom for the smajl na- Svtfth spaco erecliort150Fort Smith beds. will jts "No," answered the alrtorman: tions of the earth, shall bo. applied Vbut what has that to do with it? to her ara well as to .other nations to havo the first fireproof hospital building In the city, Everything Is You liayo just let my tailor in, and whom they havo not been, denied. ho iiasn't been In Purgatory any J,ot us not forget as Amcrlans to ho modern to tho last Word. t more- than I. that St. Patrick's ' day, March 17, UNEQUALLED. 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Incorporated in Kentucky 311 WEST CHESTNUT STREET St. Anthony's Hospital Barret Avenue and St. Anthony's Place LOUISVILLE, KY. whom Tacitus SAIXT PATRICK. affords a brief glimpse, and in so doing laid tho There Is beauty in her mountains foundations for tho modern German Oh glorious Saint of Erin. and a charm in Erin's hills, language as incldont to labors of Whoso wondrous work and word A glory In hor Inland lakes, a spiritual transtoramtion, Patrick Implanted deep in Irish hearts We want you to look over our stock of new First stands out silhouetted against his The Faith ot Christ, tho Lord! music in hor rills; Dut Inland lake and mountain rill, times In tho heroic proportions that O'er all the earth thy children Communion Prayer Books, Rosaries, New Silver your charm can ne'er impart only a groat commission and a great Thy sweet protection claim, And loyally they keep tho love An Imago of. tho beauty in an consecration can provide. Rosaries in Silver Cases are the latest in gifts of Of dear Saint Patrick's name. Irish mother's heart. JOHN Ii. SULLIVAN. this kind. Statuary, Vigil Lights, Fancy Candles. For centuries thy peoplo I've heard your thrushes singing John L.' Sullivan was for a num Have bowed beneath tho rod 'neath tho whitened hawthorn tree, ber of years a clerk In tho car ac Of cruel wrong, but never yet Pike-Hick- ey And tho Shannon's joyous music countant's offlco of tho L. and N. Havo they forsaken God. rolling onward to the sea; railroad. After severing his connec- For Ireland's faith has never failed, But a sweeter singing haunts mo tion, with ithe railroad company ho And In her darkest night, as I sit fromjjnen apart, Hor children brave havo kept tho of my childfaith 'Tis tho love-soAnd struggled for tho right. hood from an Irish mother's - IRISH MOTHER'S HEART. When First Communion time Comes Arountf Church Supply 1C0. ng heart, 321 W.Jefferson St. Louisville, Kentucky. JCsX A JL sadly o'er the earth, In tho heap of gold that glitters or in stones of priceless worth? Sure you'll never find ajewel in " the big world's busy mart Like the ono you left behind you In an Irish mother's heart. Joseph S. Hogan, S. J. IRISH IN CHINA. Tho Irish Vlncentlanla who wont to Ohlaa nearly two years ago are in yhat seek' ye, sons of Erin, roving BBBBBflBBBjife,' v'3BjijBBBH BXjBSBBBSBBBi Ev LLS'--: fsEBV . The seed which thou hast planted Now blooms In every clime; Thy tears and prayers. Saint Patrick dear, Have made its strength sublime. While other nations barter Their God for power and gold, The faith of. Irishmen remains As loyal as of old. Cardinal O'ConneU. SCHEMING ENGLAND. High Grade Clothing and Furnishings at Popular Prices. MYER BERMAN Cuscaden's Ice Cream Shamrock in Each Brick. 517-51- 8 lifrifwl' w ' .S8BBBBBBB chargo of the Tung Tang or East Church, In Pekln. 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Wi "Ihands -- : " It is remarked by historians that was for six years clerk in the Ireland the virgin island on which Chancery Court, breslded' over by Judge Shackelford Miller," and while Roman proconsul never sot foot was the only country in Western acting in that capacity he attended Europo whore tho gospel was plant- tho Jefferson School of Law at night ed without a previous conquest of and received his dlplpma. , arms. What followed as a result of Mr. Sullivan was a candidate for tho great work pf St.-- Patrick in the Democratic nomination for the Ireland is ono of the salient facts ofllco of Magistrate domo yeans ago, in the history of civilization tho but withdrew in favor ot Mr. Ed. uplifting influence of 'the Irish In Meglomery for .the sake of party na harmony. He was then for eight the pagan and tions of tho north ana west or jsu years Assistant County Attorney of several centuries suc- Jefferson county, prosecuting all ceeding his beneilclent career. cases for tho Commonwealth coming St. Patrick, , tho apostlo of Ire- beforo the Magistrates' courts and land, boro tho marks of lofty zeal tho County Court. In this 'position and labor.s that have ho made friends by, the score by hid contributed to tho world Its great strict attention to his official busireligious characters. The .man whoso ness, cheerful disposition and courte work In behalf of a land and peo- ous treatment, of all who came in ple has made him an object of ven- contact "with him. iSInco 1918 ho has been associ eration by that peoplo and has placed him high, in the. calendar of ated with Mr. James Hemphill in memory that Is the practice of law. with offices In tho saints has a green and undying.. Wliatevor dif the building. Recent ferences exist as to particular facts ly Messrs.' Sullivan and Hemphill With respect to the ljfe of St; Pat- have removed their office to suite riate Mmmi mil be no honest differ No. 607 iltealty building. ence as to tne fact that ho was' one II .nil of the shining ones who light the AWFUL LABOR SLUMP. way of life for multitudes with the lamp of .faith. A total of 2,3?G,000 workers are is attributed much of the out of employment ln the country, gloy of Erin. Surely such a man according to a1, survey ot the todus- as this is 'deaerybag of honor as one' irial situation Jmdeby Othrt O. of the master Moroea in a, great rtotwwn ror the current Kyeuer epoch. Like the sturdy first Irish Labor, official oraa of the Plumb Mr; Hooeton saeerUi to the, savage trlbes.'aC Pten Leotue. mtoelonarl Hie OerJutan forest; who went1 forth that Iris Inquiry itseteeed the greatthe tvangel ot God in their est taduetrial Hump eta the mooer to convert the peoples ot 9Mle of 1107, semi-Christian rope-duri- ng self-denyi- England 13 using all the power of her diplomatic and financial agencies amongst us to Induco tho United States to cancel tho debt she owes to our Government; in other words, to compel tho American people to pay over again for Liberty bonds to that amount which they had already bought at their face value, for that Is what cancellation Surely the American would mean, peoplo can not 'be so Idiotic as to consepit to any such arrangement. As a matter of fact, England doo3 not deserve any consideration of that kind. SHo has already been amply repaid for "her part In tho war by tho accession of territories equal to .half the size of the United States. Besides, Is It not enough that America has spent an ocean of blood and itroosure to save the Allies, and particularly England, from destruction, without having to submit to a huge fine for the privilege of batting in? England should bo obliged to pay her Just debt to us; it Is the least sho can do. Indeed, oho must havo lost all sense of shame nnd gratitude, otherwlso she could not have tho cheek to maneuver for the cancellation ,o that debt. BRIGHTER OUTLOOK January, 1921, soes tho prospects ot thb Ghlnese missions considerably brighter than they have boon for the past five years. Coadltiona aro yet far from what one would wish, but tbey give ground for hope. Tho olouds aro boglnnlng to clear. 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