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Following the "Woolworth fire our Cincinnati Fire Chief took Issue with tho United States Government on the use of gas masks. He said that the gas masks were no good, but Uncle Sam said they were alright and used them by the millions in more dangerous places than five and storo fires. Spectators say the firemen didn't know how to adjust the gas masks, while others cite tho fact that a little smoke didn't have much effect on tho real fireman we used to have. 'At Thirty-sixt- h and Pflanz avenue Sunday afternoon a shed caught fire and Just half a square away the engine .from Portland avenue was stationed to pump water. "Well the engine puffed and swayed, smoke and sparks rolled but, but no water camo through tho hose. Another engine arrived and the engineer from the first went over to eee what the trouble was. Tho connecting gnto In tho engine to allow tho water to go through tho hose had never ben opened. Of course the shed burned down and for revenge tho "hick" firemen then turned tho delayed water on the crowd who had been laughing uproariously at the antics of tho "hicks." By the way nave you noticed the awful amount of fire plugs being built at tho taxpayers expense, the gaudy rea plugs oemg more promiscuous than telephone poles. Maybo this Is because the country firemen had a hard .time locating water plugs, or possibly tho city administration has a good friend who sells fire of water ten-cent PHONE: Ho; 0R HAW Brery 1600 Drier an UilivWtTadcitsrrMifgrlt incorporate rt VOLUME XLVI.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1921. GOLDEN JUBILEE. PRICE FIVE CENTS. St. Patrick's day was Indeed a dav of roloMnir i ihn. c,.,.,i Heart Homb of .the slKtyr of Mowr on College street, when Sister Mary uriagot ujuauey celebrated tho fiftieth anniversary of her religious Response nnd Largo Contributions life In tho order of the Sisters of Made in Aid of Sufferers in Mercy, which was founded in Ireland. ,The Jubilee high mass was Ireland. celebrated In the chapel o Our Lady of Dolors by tho Rev. Father Ignatius Wllkens, O. F. M., while the Rev. Father P. M. J. Rock, Loiusvlllo Relief Association Forrector of the Cathedral, preached a most eloquent and happy sermon, warded its First Installment tho religious services closing with Monday. benediction. Relatives and friends of Sister Mary Bridget were present to give thanks and tender congrat n ulations. During the day tho was the recipient of many Every Cent Collected Will Bo messages of congratulation and good Sent For Immediate will. Relief. Jubl-laria- REPUBLICANS All Mnking Try For Federal Jobs And See Handwriting on Wall. GENEROUS ALL FILLED UP AT THE CABINET TABLE. Ono Year of Morrow Enough and tho Ono Term of Smithy a d)ool 1 hool Nightmare. want "to Sit FJro Department Head "With Undo Sam on Gas Masks. Um Disagrees of at t fie ORGANIZE AT FLORENCE. Tho American Association for the Recognition of tho Irish Republic WILL organized a branch at Florence on Wednesday evening of Jast week, to be known as the Daniel Boone CONTINUE NEXT OUR GULLIBLE KEVSTOXERS. WEEK. in tho Republican machine are not going to sulk over President Harding's refusal to give Boss Tobo Hert a Cabinet position and there's a scramble on to land a Federal Job from Ches Searcy down to tho colored brothera who want to be Janitors at the Custom House. Republican employes of tho Morrow administration and employes of the local administration see the hand; writing on tho wall and are trying to land Federal Jobs which run for four years more. State Republican saw Morrow's who majority wiped out in one year know that by 1923 "Howdy Ed's" reign will mean a landslide for Speaking of Kentucky Democracy. ""Howdy Ed" and the controversy with the Versailles officials the Paris Democrat says that it will have to take Judge Mulcahy's end, as ho was never charged with being n crapshootcr, nor was there a war rant Issued for htm on a gambling cliarco by tho County Judgo of Bourbon. But right here dn Louisville Is whero 'the proverbial "cold feet" has struck tho Republican who realize that the Smith "reform" reign Is marked for a stinging defeat by tho voters In November, Boss Ches Searcy would like to bo Commissioner of Internal Revenue with Matt Chilton as his chief as sistant. "Bob" Lucas, who seems to have lost ground considerably banquet because of his Lincoln speech, would like to be Internal Revenue Collector here. Speaking of Lucas' speech the machine organ, the Herald, censored nnd refused to publish his remarks as delivered. Chief .of Polico Potty will be the first ono to desert the sinking ship, being slated for tho Postmastershlp in the next few months. The Herald says that Col. Petty made an efficient police department head, but we'll bet that Col. Lud will breatho a sigh of relief when he does sep arate himself from the Keystone cops. What awful nightmares he must have had in the past three years when one thinks of the many drunken and shooting brawls of the Keystone police, and how. the army of burglars and crooks in our midst have played hide and seek with the street car "yaps" masquerading as bosses office-holde- rs office-holder- It is noticeable that the other s, -- chine's fright the negroes are up In arms over tho fact that Capt. Huhleln, Chief Petty and other prominent Republican leaders are prominent in the organization which (body. the negroes cay Is a Sunday the colored Republicans held a mass meeting and summoned Huhleia nnd Petty to explain their position. Chief Petty didn't show VISITING inS PARENTS. and Judging .from Huhleln's reception he wished that he bad Major Frencls P. Joyce, U. S. A, "ducked" the issue. Ono of the Republican speakers thelre to 'paci- chaplain at Camp Knox, who was fy the negroes said that the new or- attached to Gen. Pershing's staff ganization would bo as fair to tho during the war. Is in Syracuse for Germans, Irish, ncgorcs nnd Chinese an extended visit with his people, ns It would bo to tho white people. Father Joyce was popular with the This Republican compliment Is sure men of the A. E. F., and is well to be appreciated by the Irish and liked by all at Camp Knox. German people. Capt. Huhlein made a fiery address, which he though LOUISATLLE AFFILIATES. would propably win tho negroes over, but tho result was a surprise. At their monthly dinner meeting Huhleln told how he and other Re- of the Fourth Degree, Knights of publican leaders for many years Columbus, Louisville Assembly votbad gone into the negro districts ed to affiliate with the National on election day and saw to It that Council of Men, a branch of tho negro voters were brought out In National Catholic Welfare Council. full to vote. This bravery (?) on Steps wore also taken to the part of the speaker didn't seem and encourage the further developto arouse much enthusiasm as the ment of the Boy Scout movement negro voters realize that wihen under Catholic leadership and to white Republicans organize and encourage cleaner motion pictures. vote the negroes on election day it WILL HEAR FINE TALK. is done for tliq solo benefit of tho white Republicans and tho At Its social meeting Monday machine. Conclusive Club proof that tho negro audience night St. Helena's wasn't much impressed by the po- will have a real treat In the way litical address wns that cries came of a talk by Credo Harris, the well from all parts of the hall: "Never known author and writer, who has mind tlmt, tell us about your Jiu chosen for his snhlnct "The Pnnnd- of Louisville and Its Early HIs- KIiiv society." The colored Ropub-lin- g me emu is fortunate in Ilcana are up in arms over une lactiory. that their white brother Repub having secured Mr. Harris to speak licans should take a foremost part on this topic, as It is one in which x In a society nnd threaten he Is well versed. On Monday after vengeance in November. The Hert- - noon and evening, April 4, the club y n machine leaders say will have Its entertainment at don't have to worry about tho lty Council Hall. negro vote as crap game privileges keep tho low brow negroes In lino CLEAN PHOTO PLAYS. and the promise of Shawnee Park keeps tho high .class negro RepubTho Executive Committee of tho licans loyal. motion picture owners of Kentucky It sure is tough on the machine havo gone on record as condemning Herald and the press agents of our salacious or immoral imovlng plc- "hlck" fire department. Just as we.tures. The national association of were told that tho fire underwriters' the motion pioturo industry was in had watched the test of our engines' doreod In its .ban on pictures of this and were contemplating raising sort It Is the intention "to ma risK impossible the exhibition of sceofes Loiusvlllo from a rourtii-cias- s to a third, along comes a series of of nersons immodestly 'or fires and blunders of the fire de- - clentfly clad, to Tefuse exhibition to partment that put a damper on the' pictures dealing In sox appeal Jother press agent guff. Inside of five than the legitimate and honest emo-of life and to bar exploitation days tho flro loss was nearly OOO, the two Woolworth stores alone, of crime, or dissipation, or base a fke loss of $62,000,' pursuit which might have evil showln what th fire didn't destroy fluence oa the. youth of the coun-th- e "hicks" finished with the deluge try." Ku-KlKu-Klu- policemen. To add to the Republican ma- burglar or holdup man that has flown Louisville after a crime has been caught by tho police of some little burg or some railroad de tective, as In the Glasfort case, As long as they stay in Louisville they nro safe and Louisville' rec ord of mysterious murders for which no one has been convicted stands out as a record for the country. This record has been made In the last three years. The last was the King case, and do you remember how the polico department's last bulletin was that the white murderer would bo caught in .twenty-fou- r hours. Tho hours have passed into days and the King case takes its place with tho Griffin, Younger, Lovelace, Lieut. Ward, and the numerous other murders which proved a puzzle to the street-ca- r motormen and conductors. Here's a sample of how tho wicked fool the gullible bosses In tho Chief's office, day or night. Sunday night, a young woman was brought from Bruen's Park and road house to the City Hospital, It being charged that she was suffer ing from poison taken with suicidal latent. The men who brought her. gavo a loVof"nc'llfous"iranies to the Keystone police, and a Post reporter discovered two days later that the automobile In the case belonged to J. Bert Baker, of 1024 Sixth street. Tho Post reporter failed to add that Baker Is a city sidewalk inspector and prominent member of tho Ches-le- y Club. Now mind you tho didn't even discover that tho machine Iwlongcd to a man employed under tho samo roof In tho City Hall. Baker says he floaned his machine to a friend Sunday night, name of friend not being given, and his friends say that the parties with the poisoned girl came from New Albany, all of which ought to give the gullible oops a clue, but nothing doing as usual, and the case remains a mystery. Every party of Joy riders arrested give the names of Napoleon Bona parte, George Washington, Babe Ruth or Abraham Lincoln, and surprising to say, the Keystone police fall for the bunk names. Key-stoners hyd pants. Crooks are human and make mistakes Just like anyone else as has been demonstrated recently. Every Council. Tho following officers were elected: J. T. Crowfley, President; John Murphy, Vice President; Mrs. George E. Scott, Secretary; Miss Mary E. Bauers, Treasurer; Michael J. Knaley, Rev. Gerald Connolly and Owen Bradford, Trustees. The first meeting will be held on April 4. James J. Ormr.in. of .nin. clnnatl, and Frederick Schmltz, of Covington, were tne speakers. A larEft Catherine vma nrrwrnn mnnv coming from Covington and New- port. MAOKIN SOCIAL CLUB. Mackln Council Social Club will glvo its Easter reception and dance Monday night at the club houso, 344 North Twenty-sixt-h street. This club, organized fourteen years ago, has now eighty members and atof the West End. Its affairs have been of the highest order, and this Boss Tobe Hert refuses to be pacified despite "gushing" articles of the Bingham papers. tends largely to tho social activities I HONORED ST. PATRICK. winter the attendance has increased to such an extent that Mackln Council wilt doubtless enlarge and redecorate its auditorium during tho coming summer. St. Patrick's day was observed in Louisville in a manner that reflected groat credit on the Americans of Irish blood. The day dawned bright and clear, and early tne children of St. Patrick and their frlonds were seen everywhere wearing bits of green. Impressive services were held in many of the churches, thoso at St. Patrick's church being marked with unusual devotion. Low moss was said in the morning and at 9 o'clock solemn High tea' by-tl- ie jRov) Searcy-Chilto- Trln-the- James P. Cronin, V. G., the pastor, assisted by Rev. Father Melody as deacon and Rev. Father Hill as Rev. Francis Martin acting as master of ceremonies. In the sanctuary also were Father Bernard Doherty and Father James Wlllett. The decorations were very palms with ferns and white carnations being used to decorate tht altars, which were ablaze with golden lights. The music was very devotional and fully in keeping with the solemn occasion, which con cluded with Irish airs effectively rendered as tho largo congregation was leaving the church. Rev. Francis Martin, of St. Patrick's, delivered the sermon of the day and ndded much to his reputation as a pulpit orator. His discourse was marked by sincerity of expression, patriotism and sympathy. Loyalty to America as well as a burning love for the Emerald Islo were shown, in his outspoken sentiment ana praise for St. Patrick. From start to finish Father Martin held ms listeners In rapt attention. Here tho day's celebration was concluded with a sacred concert and address by the Rev. John O'Connor, of Holy iamo cnurcn, tne proceeds cf which helped swell Louisville's contribu tion for the suffering people of Ire- ianu. At tho Church of Our Lady tho iiov. Martin O'Connor celebrated the high mass in the morning, nnd in the evening there was a solemn but brilliant service, with an im posing procession by the parish so cieties ana a special musical programme. Rev. Father Flnerty, O. P., of St. Louis Bertrand's delivered an eloquent panegyric on St. which was followed by uunuuicuon ana messing with the relic of Ireland's apostle. Hero also a handsome sum was realized for the Irish relief fund. Under tho auspices of Division 4, A. O. H., a great audience assembled at iBertrand Hall, whero a splendid entertainment was given tor the benefit of the sufferers In Irelard. Each number was well received. Eveiybody present was on the quie vlve for the awarding of the vlctrola and announcement of tho winner in the popularity contest. The vlctrola went to John McGuire, South Fourth street, and Miss Nellie Langan was awarded tho prize in the popularity voting contest, her total being over 30,000. The Ainambra celebrated with a ceiemonlal et Knights cf Columbus Hall, followed by an Irish dinner and musical nnd literary exercises that were much enjoyed, The descendants of Erin have every reason to congratulato themselves over this year's observance In honor of the Apostle of Iroland. oppro-prlat- sub-deaco- n, e, MADE BIG HIT. 'Shaun Aroon." which wnu dwon by St. Augustine's Dramatic Club on St. Patrick' night In Jeffersdnville, scored a big hit, Miss Margaret Constantino, as leading lady, displaying unusual theatrical ability and her solos were heartily encored. Others in, the east 'who were well received were Pat King, Joe Burke, Audrian Kennedy and Eileen The play was directed by Car-rlga- lOO.-'tlo- na le n. Rev, Father Sullivan. The Right Rev. Mgr. August J. Schwertner, Chancellor of tho Toledo diocese, just appointed Bishop of Wichita, to succeed tho lata Bishop Hennessy, was born at Canton, Ohio, in 1870, and attended St. Peter's parochial school and the Canton High School. After graduating at St. Canlslus College, BufMrs. Katie E. Barry, fifty years falo, N. Y, he entered St. Mary's Sominary, Cleveland, In 1891, and old. beloved wlfo nr Jnhn t nm Ono of the largest pllgramages former Cltv Whnrfmnefo wa3 ordained in tho Forest City by wn- ever held in North America will victim of blood poisoning Tuesday the late Bishop Horstmann In June, ta cnnft0?, SuJldyr'. AHIjl ,17, hfternoon' and news of her death 1897. when 10,000 lights of Columbus,' was a great shock to Her wldo cir-EASTER MONDAY SOCIAL, mauy ui luom lrum me unnea cle of rrlends, throughout city, States, the others from the irov- - by whom she was held in the highest Inces and cities of Canada, will esteem. St. Ann's Guild, a new organizaMrs. Barry complained of visit the Crypt of St. Joseph on an excessive soreness In the Jaws tion composed of the young ladles Montreal, and the after having her teeth extracted last and men of St. Ann's parish, has venerable Frere Andre, sacristan of week. She was taken to Sts. Mary made great preparation for an the shrine, known throughout tho and Elizabeth Hospital from her Easter social to he held in the parDominion from Acadia to the Yu- - home, 1139 South Brook street, but ish hall Monday night next. Lunch special colloctoln taken up by Rev. kon as the miracle man of Canada.1 treatment n'olnnt failed to relieve her. Will be served from Frere Andro, who is credited with Hope was abandoned Tuesday morn- - 8, with the usual attractions taking FatherM.Scolla. Great credit Is due Casey and M. O'SulIIvan, navmg perrormed hundreds of mir- - ing. Mrs.- Barry formerly was Miss piaco at z:au ana 8:30. A hearty John acles by devout pilgrims, la. sev- -' Katlo E. EnrJght, and had a wide Invitation is extended the friends of editor of the Shelby Sentinel, who enty-si- x years old. His civil name acquaintance and circle of friends St. Ann's and a good time is assured succeded In raising an additional being largely Is Bessette and he entered the sem- - horo, acquired through her activity all who attend. Tako Sixth street $212, their work among their cars to end of line. friends. ".v uiumer wim uuuea m cnurcn ana charitable work. '""d All will agree they did well and as porter. He carried on special Bright and cheerful in disposition, the result was Indeed very good for ELECTED CAPTAIN. devotions to St. Joseph, and his in- - she made and kont .fronds, nrhn Shelbyvlllo and its people. tercesslons were soon reputed ef- - were ever ready to assist her in any Chairman At a meetlnc of ihn has reicwliio. vhbiuui uul ul nuiu .muhill magnificent oe nor cnariiaDie undertakings. Be basketball team LomIh St . Ymrlor'a ceived copies Owen Sullivantelegrams St. Joseph on the a sides her husband she is survluR iinr Bent National of numerous v Totrav Dlrentnr 7 white stone shnine has grown. In- - by a brother. Dennis Enrlsrht. Jfar. guard of tho Green and Gold aggre- Major Eugene F. KInkead, Chair side of this shrine clusters of 'sey City. Funeral services weraHield gation, was chosen captain of tho team. The following play- man or tno isew Jersey state Comcrutches, trusses, etc., bear witness Thursday morning at St. Mar "Matr- - 1921-2- 2 to physical cures. The K. of C. dalene church, which was filled by ers also received sweaters and let- mittee, announced Tuesday a gift Gerardln, Steuerlo, of $1,000 by Jersey City Chapter of ,jvv iu mo sunuo sorrowing rricnos. For iiuBiunuBo ui bo- ters: Cavanagh, the American Red Cross to his comot St. Joseph and Frere Andre on reave d husband there is the Klefer, RtchaTdson,-BannoSnaw-dsincere mittee, accompanied by the follow- and Smith. Curran and Bohmer, inC COmmiinicnMnn flpm i wm constitute one or mo sympathy. from nnsiyrm rt managers during the season, also ro- great religious events of the year. Tennant, Chairman of said chapter: The first Americanization report ' uuiveu 'letters. EASTER SOCIAL, jersey jity unapter or tho Amerof Iho TfniirhfR of fViliimTiiia. funiul ican Red Cross, sensible to tho disby Supremo Secrotary William J.j The congregation of St. Frances SYMPATHY FOR 'IRELAND. tress which exists in Ireland, la nicuiniey tor tne at, or u. jixiucauon or Rome church tvIU entertain with accordance with its Roman sympathizers of tho Irish desirous in Committee, shows that the K. of C.1 an Easter social at Trinity Council established policy to assist in relievhave spent m'oro than $500,000 In Hall, Baxter and Morton avenues, cause nacked the HPvnfio ThAntor ing tho what Is known as Americanization next Tuesday afternoon and evening, Rome on Monday night of last week means same. We had no present of acting directly and recogwork. v mm .....a ....., k..v. eorvea. iu near epeecnes Dy numerous prom- nizing that your committeo is In i.t,u. muni uur auirusiuiiuiiLS the reads, "has taken the form of the The proceeds lierlved will be used inent Italians favorlnir ithn froolnm field and able to serve wo are glad study of English and American laws for the churi building fund, and of Iroland. The" theater was decoto have you act for us. Enclosed and customs in the chain of voca- as this Is a worthy cause manv rated with tho Italian and Irish herewith wou will pleaes find our tional schools operated by the should take this opportunity to aid flags. The President of the uni check for $1,000, a contribution for Knights of Columbus throughout and spend an enjoyable evening at versity circle read a list of promtho country. We have had approx- the same time. One is sure of a inent Italians who wore In sympathy this purpose." Hon. H6nry Watterson sent the imately 50,000 men and women hospitable welcome from Rev. with Ireland. amnni whlMi nmi following telegram from Galveston take up these courses, the principal Father Riley, the ipastor, and his Under Secretary of State Bortonc. on St. Patrick's day: "Touching the part of which is the American con- reception committee. proposed organization for the restitution. Our experience is that CONSECRATION. lief Of Ireland. If mv nnmn ha rt Americanization is not only an unFROM ROME. Bishop Thomas F. Lillls, of tho any use, It Is at your service." welcome term to those who seek to lion. Albert study the mattors It embraces, it is Monslgnor Edward P. Allen, Kansas City diocese, will consecrate diana, sent tho J. Boveridgo, of Infollowing characteralso an insufficient term, that has Blshnn Of Mnhlla. A1n ra- - Monslgnor nrlin Francis TIef as Bishop istic TCSDOnse: "On mv rnnm fln been and Is much abused by so-- malned In Rome after the rfy.nnt of Concordia In the Kansas City called uplift agencies. have consistory , at thr request of Pope Cathedral on "Wednesday morning, telegram, March 13, requesting usa We found hundreds of young men.' Benedict to tnkn n.irf in tha mm-- March 30. He win bo assisted by ui my name us Honorary vice ChairCommitteo for Relief American-bor- n for generations, who monies incident to Cardinal Dough-wer- e Bishop James Muldoon, of Rock- - man National Accept In Ireland. wtih pleasure. fOTd. and bv Rlahnn .T. Hflnrv Tlhon ready to admit and eager to' orty's taking possession of his Consider it an honor and a duty to their lack of knowledge of ular church, left Rome Tuesday for of Denver. Archbishop Glennon, of aid this humane cause." American institutions and the rights the United Monslgnor di. mollis, wm aeuvor itne sermon. States. Major Genoral Leonard Wood, and duties of citizenship. At the O'Hern, rector of the American Just leaving for the Philippines, samo time wo know that thousands College, and Monslgnor Mahoney THOMAS MILKY PASSES. could not take apy aotive part, but of the foreign-bor- n who are most in spiritual director of the college Thomas Mllnv. Jilnofv vtlnra AM sent assurance that tha movement need of training in American clt- - .bade him farewell at the station' died at izelshlp are repelled by tho tactless Monslgnor Allen will sail for New Miley. the home of his son, Charles had his sympathy and wishing the efforts of upltfters to reach them. Yorkv aboard .the steamor Maure-Thf- s y, of near Aucusta. Brackon vnn- - largest possible mesaure of success paralysis. Ho was a native to this worthy effort. hns ben especially 4he case tanla.V Monslgnor Giovanni h Ireland, comine to foreign-bor- n men formerly zano, Apostolic Delegate in the of Dubffln. Bracken countv when hn wn pir-FATHER REGER CHOSEN. " with the military and naval forces United States, will h nrnf teen years old. His wife, one year Right Rev. Bishop Brossart has whose patriotism m unqueatlon-- . Cardinal in the consistory in No- - younger, to wjiom ne was married appointed Rev. Ambrose Reger, O. ui yruveu uy mejr service, in so- - vemuer, or early In 1922. years ago, sur- S. B of Corbln. as Deaa it is almost seventy-thre-e called AmerleanlMtloa work, "which stated. vives him, together with four sons. the Lexington deanery. pro tern oC sorely-afflictG nn-Hl non-Catho- lic to call citizenship study, fatal to tho objective to make tho curriculum stiff and hidebound. Each Individual caso must bo studied, especially as different national groups must have their i various traditions Pilgrimage Next Montli Will Con. adapted to American modified and ideals and practices. In expending approxi stitnto Great Religious Event mately ?5UU,uoo for books and tuiof tho Year. tion in .free citizenship coruses in the 132 K. of C. schools, and in supplementing this by extra mural work through open .forums in scores Ten Thousand WHI Visit tho Shrine of communities, we feel that tho Knights of Columbus have found a of St. Joseph Near way to inculcate genuine American ism, which comprises also the train Montreal. ing ifor a livelihood, as distinct from tho hysterical attempts to coerce patriotism Into the minds of Supremo Secretary McGInlcy Makes tnose who must understand it before they can practice It." First Report on AmericanThe K. of C, the report stated, would at a meeting of officers to be ization Work. held in New York, make provision for further citizenship courses in their schools. FOILED IN TACTLESS EFFORT. DEATH A SHOCK. K. OF i C we prefer It Is SUSTAINS DOUBLE FRACTURE. The many friends of Mrs. R. E. King, 428 North Twenty-eight- h street, were greatly distressed to learn that she sustained a double fracture of her left arm Friday nlgfit. Returning to her homo after spending the evening Tvith her niece, Mrs. King Grlnstead, Mrs. King missed her footing on the ertalrway, sustaining a severe shock. She was removed to Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, where the Injured arm was set by Drs. Casper and Dwyer. Mrs. King Is again at home but it will be some tlmo before she can again use her arm. BISHOP FOR WICHITA. St. Patrick's day was very appropriately selected as the opening day for a nation-wid- e drive for funds for tho relief of tho suffering women and children in Ireland. Reports from committees In Louisville and the principal cities of the United States indicate that elaborate preparations had been made for this great work of charity and that the peonle evervwhorA thmnvii. out the country manifested intense enthusiasm in thn Mmnalim nrt.1,.1. tho American Committee for Relief in ireiana organized. In many cities, pvsn hnfnm Mm Collection had lipon fnrmnllv nnm. menced, large sums had been for the aid of the sufferers in Ireland. The National Commlt-te- o having charge of the fund announces that all Ithe expenses of the collections will be defrayed by a syndicate of American citizens and that every cent of the amount collected will be forwarded to Ireland. At a meeting of tho Louisville American Irish Relief Association held at the Seelbach Hotel on March 21, presided over by Chairman Owen Sullivan, tho Finance Committee forwarded $13,000 to J. J. Pulleyn, National Treasurer, New York City, with Instructors to send to Ireland ifor lmmedlato relief. Tho distribution in Ireland is in charge of C. J. France, brother of United States Senator France, of Maryland, and James Douglass, of tho Society of Friends (Quakers), Ito be disbursed to the needy regardless of creed. The campaign continues until March 31, when the balance will be forwarded. As the Kentucky Irish American predicted, Louisville and Kentucky will go over the "top, as It has done In all other Hko drives. Many people and parishes havo yet to be heard from, and therefore Rev. J. O'Connor, tho Treasuror, will bo unable to make a full report until next week. Tho reputation of the. people of Louisville for generosity when applied to for charity or to help thoso In distress is proverbial, and the noble manner in which they are responding to the call fnr fun .1r tn avert starvation and suffering of the women anu cnnuren of Ireland is in ifull keeping with their nast rpwird. TTnfrii reports would indicate that the Cathedral and St. Patrick's church collections will exceed $2,000 each, closely followed by Holy Namo parish, St. Louis Bertrand's and Sacred Heart. Genorous collections woro also received from tho people of St. Cecilia's congregation, St. Mary Magdalene's, St. Anthony, Holy Cross, St. Frances of Rome, as well oa from nearly every parish in the diocese. Shelbyvilo also camo to tho front with $327. of which $115 was a od ed Ni I 4 flAreu-flin- n, er I ly Bon-wlt- . , nnr u JfcCBJKCyiDOlKTSr t jn&X&XI AZkOBftRZCXaJS?. KENTUCKY IRISH Boated lo th SocUl and Mor.l flMEKMH Incofpocttd, Weekly Savings Club START ONE J. J. MUELLER t PINE TAILORING CLEANING AND PRESSING Home Phone, City 5283 705 EAST MARIfET STREET LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY. Advtnctment ol Irish American! and Cathoilci Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Mea's. Institute and Catholic Knight I of America. IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Entered at the Loulivllle Poitofflce ai 1 AMrttt All Second-CI- THIS MNTM WITH THE South 'Louisville Bank Fourth and Central AvGnne EDW. B. JOHNSON, Prop. IRELAND'S APPEAL FOR AID. KENTUCKY Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c u LIBERTY SHOE SHOP DR. JOHN P. BECKER OPTOMETRIST Matter. 319321 CwsiBnlcations to tto KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, Wt Liberty Strwt. FINE SHOE REPAIRING "Work Called For and Delivered 2327 Hom "WEST MARKET STREET Shawnee 2702-- L 8580-- A LOUISVILLE, KY CARDINAL GIBBONS. SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1921 COMING EVENTS. Phono, City 4300 Cumb. Phone, Main Practice limited to diagnosing and correcting defects of Eyesight by the fitting of prober glasses. SUITE 315 STARKS BLDG. Third Floor COR. FOURTH AND WALNUT STREETS Honie Phono, City 1180 HOURS 9 A. M. TO C P. M. OR BY APPOINTMENT Calls 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 suffering as these later months have brought her. Men, women and children, left homeless and destitute, make their heart-el- Joseph Hubbuch Sr. & Son Dealers in March 28 Social by young men appeal to the conscience and kind offices of mankind. The distirbution WALL PAPER AND RUGS and women of St. Ann's church, McDANIEL BROS. afternoon and evening. FALLS Oirr HALL BLDG.. March 29 Easter entertainment of food in Ireland is in charge of the Society of Friends (Quakers) and will be FUNERAL DIRECTORS 8 WEST MARKET BT. by St. Frances of Rome church in AND EMBALMERS Trinity Council Hall, afternoon and 4448 PARK BOULEVARD evening. WE DELIVER IMMEDIATELY distributed regardless of sect or creed. Parkway 287 Phones South 311-PHONE US YOUR WANTS March 30 Social entertainment and and Dutch lunch, afternoon Cumb., Main 490 Home, City 4990 ALBUS DRUG COMPANY evening at "Wlndthorst Hall. Incorporated April 4 Lunch and social by Please make cheques payable to Rev. John O'Connor, 2927 South Fourth ladles of St. "William's church, after- Tho Store of Quality, Valno and Ser- PALACE CLEANERS & DYERS Incorporated noon and evening. vice "Where tho Sick Ones street, Louisville, Ky. April 12 Easter social and Reccivo tho Best EXPERT CLEANERS OF LADIES' chicken supper of Holy Trinity AND GENTLEMEN'S WEARING OWEN SULLIVAN, church, St. Matthews, afternoon and SHELBY AND MARKET STREETS evening. APPAREL 7 April of I3ASTEK. Entertainment ARTHUR H. ROHMANN, Manager REV. J. O'CONNOR. St- - Anthony's Hospital Sowing So S. W. Cor. Third and Walnut Sta. happy ciety afternoon and evening. May this be a bright and May 12 Moonlight excursion of Easter and bring blessings to all, P. H. CALLAHAN, PROGRESSIVE WORK and may Christian peace. soon pre- Columbia Athletic Club, on steamer Queen. Island FOR PROGRESSIVE PEOPLE vail throughout the world. 0 May Annual May festival Finance Cmomittee. FRELVC'LOEMKERp Wo Heartily Recommend tho of Sewing Circle of Academy of "WON'T YOU HELP? . frr Qfr. Wl TmntAI. H.u ..J Mw Our Lady of Mercy, in academy WM. Co. auditorium. If. every regular subscriber to this FOURTH AND O STSJ BOTH PHONES 299 paper will prevail upon his neighbor MENDING DONE FBEE who is not a reader to become one GRAND EASTER WEEK ENTERTAINMENT at once, he will be doing what is expected of him during this mdnth Ispswhi Md Wmrmil Kails ScintifkiHy Tmtrt BenefitWatch CrystalB Fitted 20o of March, which is Catholic presa AAAAAAAAAAAAAA Dr. Uriah Z. Litsey Watch and Jewelry Repairing ST. FRANCES OF ROME NEW CHURCH FUND month. In some places the desire Chirapodiat press Miss Idelle McCloy, of Clifton, Is to get behind the Catholic The Radius Jewelry Shop friends in 507 TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 1921, 22Z I:-las had remarkable results. In visiting Delia Ford, New Orleans. in WiV.ykZJ$&3H&'. vAtrfc. 408 SOUTH FOURTH AVE. Miss Siarlta Baltimore, in San Francisco, in New York and the who has been re f iiT'StejgmtK,. ''Saws HOME AFTERNOON AND NIGHT Next to Rex Theater East, has Seattle and in Chicago the campaign turned home. TT Open Evenings Until 0 P. M. Both Pbojea OF TRINITY COUNCIL Y. M. I. HALL is being carried on with greatest Has remiss Frances watnen enthusiasm. Let the enthusiasm bo turned from a stay of three months Home Shaw. HIGH CLASS PICTURES BAXTER AND MORTON AVENUES Cumb. West 295 105 universal throughout the country. In New York. AND Miss Beezfe Hannan is back from TICKETS FOR ADMISSION AND ENTERTAINMENT 25 CENTS Drug Co. a ten days' stay in New York and GIVE! GIVE! GOOD MUSIC. AN APPETIZING LUNCH WILL BE SERVED Incorporated Atlantic City. Mrs. L. G. Scanlan, who has been women and SERVICE, PROMPTNESS AND Not only will the FLORIST spending tho winter in Florida, has of Ireland be fed and nour returned Tiome. H. ACCURACY DANCING ACADEMY Cut Flowers, Designs, Plants Bardstown Rond and Longest ished, but many of the little cot Miss Frances Wathen returned Ave. Classes on Monday, Wednesday and Friday Nights tages and homes will be rebuilt this week, from New York, where with a full line of and Greemwood, Highland 1169 East 91G8 So giro to the distressed people that end has been for three months. SHOES, CLOTHING, Private Instructions by Appointment Homo Tlione, City 7720 Mr. and Mrs. James Shelley Give gladly, are sorely afflicted. "You WiU Do Better at Spurrier's" GENTS' JOHN B. WATHEN and children Heft last weoTc for CinFURNISHINGS Give generously. In expressing his cinnati, where they will FIFTEENTH AND JEFFERSON STREETS make their FANCY GROCERIES AND DELIaprpoval Herbert Hoover says: "I home. FDItNlTUHIl MOVING AND and CATESSEN FRESH MEATS PACHXNd am glad to see that you have un Miss Georgia Forrlell spent the AND VEGETABLES LEATHER GOODS week-en- d at New Haven as the dertaken the direction of the fund 80 Bonth Twenty-Sixt- h BC SPURRIER GROCERY CO. old time prices suffering Ireland. I guest of her mother, Mrs. Mary P. for relief of Shawnee 1986 Wait 184 Ferriell. & BROADWAY have never believed ithat race, re LONG DISTANOH HAULLN8 Mrs. W. J. Cunningham, who has PHILLIP YOFFE ligion or politics should enter upon been Shawnee 1817 Phones West 862 spending several weeks In the question of alleviation of hu Charlotte, N. C, returned Thursday 228 Wist Jeffereon Street of last week. Your man misery. JNO. P. MORTON & CO. and efficient work as my associate D. The many friends of Mrs. James DRUGGISTS be INCORPORATED in the administration of the com- she Duano will her sorry to learn that YOUR PATRONAGE WILL BE Is 111 at home on "West St. mission for relief in Belgium, as Catherine street. APPRECIATED LouIsTili, Kj established 1820 sures me that the work you have Mrs. L. McCloy, Clifton, ihad as THIRD & SOUTHERN PARKWAY OFFICE OUTFITTERS Phone Parkway 113 undertaken will be efllcently and guests last week Mrs. Karl Forrest Newest styles, latest patterns and hand-taiiorePROTECTED FROM economcally carrie dout." Ho also and little daughtor, Jane Leo For STATIONERS PRENTBItt from our own New York and Rochester factories wired the committee that he "could rest, ol Cincinnati. Patrick R. Lancaster. Jr.. will OSTRADER & HARRIS every support to give a dance Monday eevning STORAGE OF AUTOMOBILES not fall to wish direct to you, each Suit with Two Pairs of Trousers. at the PHARMACY No. 2 NIGHT AND DAY. such an effort to relievo human norae or his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Eastern Ky. Block, $9.25 EIGHTEENTH AND MADISON STS. Patrick R. Lancaster. ferlng" and expressed the hope General Repair Work, Cleaning and Eastern Ky. Mine Run $6.00 The Good Shepherd Ladles Auxil would receive the the committee Polishing. LOUISVILLE, KY. iary will entertain with a social at support of every community In the Ky. Lump, $.725 tne Tyler Hotel next Monday after Kentucky-Indian- a Automotive Co. Western "United States. on at z::3U. o'clock. Western Ky. Nut, $7.00 Broadway at First, Home Tel. 3063 PARRAKEET Louisvillo people in New York th HEARTILY APPROVED. past week ware H. M. Young, Masralwater & Grocery Company OAMBLY. BROS. SHOE 8TOKB8 George W. Lamb, Henry Willen, E. Geo. Miller, Coal Co. Incorporated Everywhere the appeal for relle' F. Meyer and H. W. Kemp. Ail Kinds of Footwear For the Mrs. J. Foley. South Louisville. FOR THE BENEFIT OF YOUR suffering women and chil for the KIDNEYS DRINK PARRAKEET Whole Family 236 SOUTH POURTH AVENUE Elevator and Yards dren of Ireland has been met with Is home ifrom St. Joseph's Infirmary, MINERAL WATER Two EAMBLY'8 Store response, and where she underwent an operation. kindly and generous Twenty-Sixt- h Her speedy recovery is now looked and Howard Fourth and Jefferson Next to Busohemeyer's Parkway 406 that Kentucky will do her full share for. Mth and Portland. Shaw. 1716 Shawnco 11 18th and Magazine West 040 Ctty 71 is now assured. The pres3 has lent Charles B. Fleece reports that the much assistance, all in line with the master rabbit will find a flittle play- GLOBE 8BOURITY & LOAN OO InoorpomUt , New York Nation, which says in mate at his homo on Elliott street, ASSENT Avoid Rush a little girl having arrived this past A. IL&zar, Manager this week's dssue: weeK. Mosey Advanced on Yonr Plain ITu PIANO TUNER LADIES, AVODD TnE RUSH "Right heartily wo approve this Miss Margaret Conroy, of Clifton, 812 West Jefferson Strwt week's drive on behalf of suffering nas .Lexington, where 1020 EAST BURNETT AVENUE Bring your last year's hat to ua Ireland. In view of the failure of sno roiurnea irom. guest (Second Floor) nas her sisearly and save money by having it the Red Cross to aid the destitute ter, Mrs. been tho Burns, of and Mr. Home Phoni) City 2967. Floyd Home Phone, City 8398 PULS DRY CLEANING CO. reblocked in the newest shape. and suffering Irish there was noth Burns. ing left for private beneficence but Wo Have Forty Now Shapes To Miss Ethel Angemeier arrived to go ahead. It was all nonsense THE VERY BEST TRY Select From from Nazareth to say that thl3 is butting into the home Thursday Academy and is spending the Easter Our method of reblocking, cleanprivate concerns of our ally and season BORGMAN'S CHILE ing and dyeing has proven a great with 'her parents, Mr. and that it is another clover scheme to Mrs. Harry Angemeier, on Sherwood Our forty drive a wedge in between England avenue. SOFT DRINKS, CIGARS, ET0. success. guarantee. years of business is our and ourselves. If England's troops $1.75 Suits Men's Two-Piec- e 1G00 WEST BROADWAY Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kilkenny an When you bring your hat to us and will destroy creameries you are bringing it to a reliable Suits Men's Three-Piec- e $2.00 waste towns and burn and slay rig' nounce the engagement of their City 4540 Cumb. West 9366 aaugoter, Miss Katherino Kilkenny, Louisville concern and you will got and left, besides creating comp to David P. Murphy, of Hamilton, WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF anu mucn tne best attention. business unsettlement SOFT DRINKS Home Phono, Parkway 50 employment, she has no right! to Ohio. Tho wedding will take place STRAW WORKS Cumb. Phone, South 9235-- J FALLS CITY protest against any one who yields m April. 713 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Mr. and Mrs. Leo Krebs were to the liumane desire ito succor the North Side victims of this dreadful civil war, recent guests at Nazareth Aeademv. en Paraltar, 3lBto&d aad othr FRED WARNS, Quality and Service Our Motto. which .has already done $200,000,- - where they spent tho day with their oaal Property at lowort 2Uta la Fh Oity 000 damage. The desire to aid is aaugntor, Miss Rosalind PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST Rrebs. HHyyyvyvyVVyvyVVVVVVyvyyyyvyyyyyyyyyvyyvVVVVyyvvyyyVV gaOVlUBflT not to be controlled by any pre They oDso visited Mr. and Mrs. AsseciATiosr TAYLOR AND BERRY BLVDS. to "who is Krebs at New Haven. conceived notions as Incorporated wrong and who right in. the strugTELEPHONE YOUR DRUG WANTS Miss Frances Malone, who is BmLDINO gle, nor will it wait upon an studying at Cincinnati, and Mrs. S. B. 20S COLEMAN AND COR. THIRD JEFFERSON as to exactly "who Is to blame, Thomas Hogan, of St. Louis, are SHOCK any more than Mr. Hoover stopped hore to .spend Easter with their ABSORBERS Wo offer excellent Coffee, OK- Belgium. It Is parents, Mr. and Mrs. John T. Mato ask questions in forPrentanituif CASKETS AND enough that Ireland slowly perishes; lone, on "Willow avenue. of Fori Comtuf three pounds for St'ricv Station UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES cialCari. 'M and Liberty that this last week as eVery other Mr. and Mrs. "W. L. Clark. South Thia means only another decrease over the old price (WHOLESALE ONLY) , "brings nows of bloody reprisals, of ern Parkway, entertained at lunch for thie Coffee. This is the best Coffee for the price KY, HASSLER SALES CO. leath in ambush and on tne roau, eon last week, their guests being NATIONAL GASKET 00. on the market. Give us a trial. I City of the midnight ossasln on both air. ana Mrs. Tom Shlrallffo, Mr, 2712 Phones Mala S473 Incorporated NORTON BUILDING aides. No effective way to peace Is and Mrs. Roger Queen, Mr. and Mrs, yet In eight. It it came tomorrow J. F. Kasper and Mr. and Mrs. C. Eleventh and Magazine Streets N. W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson It would still be a duty and a priv u. uiark. 212 WEST MARKET STREET. ilege to help relieve tho crying JOHN B. RATTERMAN Mr. and Mrs. James Norton and Buffering for which British militar- daughter, Established 1888 Home Phone, City 7005 Both Phones 1S23 Miss Katherine Norton, Country Style Sausage Company ism bears the chief burden. accompanied by Miss Oathorlne FUNERAL DIRECTOR 121 EAST JEFFERSON ST. KRAPP'S MEAT MARKET The campaign will continue until Meyer, spent last Sunday with their WE KNOW HOW Manufacture Sausage Like Mother SEE US 1 March 31, and if any there are who daughter and sister, Sister Mary Wholesale and Retail 2114 WEST MARKET STREET Used To Make they Leonilda, at St. Joseph's Hospital, BSXf, F8JLX, TOAXi MXO have not yet contributed E HOME KILLED MEATS Lexington. Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland Ahould forward their subscription Give Us A Trial And Bo Convinced Wast 1 179. All Zlxa of Bmektd Keats Mon"to the Rev. John O'Connor, W B AB E UNION SOS BAST JBFFBIISON STREET SPRINGFIELDi We Deliver Anywhere In tho City day the Louisville Finance Commlt- Saturday tho ead news was re Home Phone, City 4338 forwarded $13,000 to National CALL US FOR Treasurer J. J. Pulleyn, New York ( ceived ihere ithat Miss Julia Parrott. one of the moat (prominent young The House of Wall Paper Bargains GOING City. women w opnognera, uiea were ot tuberculosis. She was the daughFuneral Directors IF SO CALL ter of Mrs. Willie Parrott, and UNIQUE CLOCK. MATTHEW HAMMON besides her mother leave several AND FOR ALL FURFOgHB RESIDENCE, 1051 BAST MARKET Th lock of Ueauvals Cathedral, brothers and slaters. (Funeral serv802-80- 8 x DoHnJalc'e E. Market, Above Shelby. the moftt unique in the world, is Mid ices were hold at St. Telephone 1022 FOR M I H W 0 W to b eompMftd ot 92,000 separate church aad burial took: place in 9t. Koataolcy Gossamers .Oil Oompaajr ALL HOURS DAY OR NIOHT Domlaie's eeawtery. r City Lastsville Keataeky " si , 15. pie The venerable and beloved Cardinal Gibbons was released from foreearthly suffering Thursday noon, and upon all sides the sad news was received with expressions of sincere regret. The Church, the country, Catholics and Protestants, all feel they have sustained an almost Irreparable loss. May his soul rest in peace and angels receive him into God's heavenly abode. 1120-112M Answered Promptly Day or Night t 26-2- HHHHfHiiii K 19-2- Progress Laundry SOGIETY. CORNSJ3UNIONS HI . WALNUT THEATER -- lSMfi aft SIMON PONTRICH Ernest Oatey JUST OPENED J. JANSEN'S Twenty-eight- h Strauss Clothes For Spring Are Here THIRTY-FOURT- H Demling's Pharmacy Screened Coal 1CEANDSNOW With Extra Trousers! d, $25 and $30 STRAUSS & Jr., J. B. CO. JOHN Ladies, the AAA;U)UAiUAAAA PHONE 2635 EPPINQ'S fiOAII 1421 W. Chestnut Street : JR. CLEANING FXJRS Oclt F2P'S FRED ERHART ARCHITECT Coffee Prices Lower JOHN M. MDLLOY P isB te na Oil and Grease -- FISHING? HLBOSSEaSON and Embalmers. Wall Paper 8c jBHfl R. KORB ,w 430 SON 600 BKOADWA JKBODXJOKIY &E233 raslfia furnishings pflw WvlHW fir' Ud BXJIXiD BTOIV FOR A GREATER LOUISVILLE. IRISH AMJ&IOkJBB:. mens ALBERT BACHMANN REAL ESTATE RENTS LEASES PHONES g408W.MARKET ST. SALES Mala 715 NO. 6 (Grouad Floor) REALTY BUILDING rjj v2r9E7 map093Bgfi TUfCUP SHINGLES iM - LATHES Jluukjlwu ? WmSSmmBk Turn Your Vacant Lot Into a Paying Investment OWN YOUR OWN HOME AND AVOID HIGH RENTS. City 1172 &Wt;(Dfz ftSvS. 320 W CHESTNUT MAIN 411 t 430 S. J3roUarlarl Brftnok Tart and Bwltek, eraa A t. Cats. toutrviucKv. ST 140 PHONES m 1 Main 2448 City 2448 High 661 A B TINSOIVC peciai uesign X electlWieky 1714 KEPAIKING AND REMODELING A SPECIALTY Building BAXTER SHEET METAL WORKS Have you planned to own your own home? Remember that nowt if ever, is the time to build just what you have wanted and move into it. TIN, TILE AND SLATE ROOFING Every house you build releases another home or apartment adds to the city's prosperity-ad- ds Furnace and Refrigerator Repairing Roof Painting n Specialty to your prosperity. Talk this over with your contractor and start figuring today. YY mmmJimamkimamuusHamtDmnummmmm apnw K A A A Ax A A kfeir 442 BAXTER AVE., CHIMNEY POINTING at Underhill Highland 1GSY; Cumb., East 1715 WILLIAM M. HATFIELD Let Mo GENERAL CONTRACTOR Figure On Your New Home Alterations Made Gnrngcs-i-rroniAttention To Phono Calls pt LEWIS DOUGLAS MORTON All Stylo MORE LUMBER is used in the construction of your home than, any other material. Wo furnish tho best lum- P. B. HAWKINS PRACTICAL ELECTRICIAN HOUSE WHtlNG AND ELECTRICAL REPAHUNG Estimates Furnished Fixtures Furnished 10G2 EAST CALDWELL STREET HIGHLAND 704 CONCRETE WORK A SPECIALTY Parkway 537 HUBER HAND STOKER 25 PER CENT. COAL SAVING. Combustion City 38 ber at reasonable prices. SEE Repair Work A Specialty GUTTERING AND SPOUTING SHAWNEE SHOP: N. E. COR. TWENTIETH AND WALNUT Home Phone. City 702 SHEET ROOFING, THOMAS BOONE LIE Ki Painting OUR BEST SALESMAN IS GOOD SERVICE US'' Engineering 521-2- 3 and Furnace Repairing City 38 TAL WORKER WILL B. MILLER COMPANY TWELFTH AND OLDHAM CITY 2750 NATIONAL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION Incorporated CO. COURT PLACE GENERAL CONTRACTORS 54-C- 0 1948 WBgff3regHMgKEfflgH PHONES: SOUTH C. BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING 2750 J. B. Ohligschlagcr, President LOUISVILLE, KY, A. J. Ohllgschlagcr, Secretary HOME PHONE, CITY 3629 Cumb. Phone, Main 913 ANOTHER COAL REDUCTION "West Kentucky" Means L. P. Blackburn E. Davis McCOY 81 KENTON BUILDING REALTY COMPANY AND FARM PROPERTY 112 SOUTH FIFTH STREET "Eastern Kentucky" Coal Means Good, Bad The Best BLACKBURN & DAVIS PLUMBING AND HEATING 2010 FRANKFORT AVENUE Home Phone, Crescent 71 LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY L. Av&S'. H. HARPRING CITY, SUBURBAN Any Old Coal! "TAYLOR MINE" Means and Indifferent! " HARDWARE AND STOVES ir "WILTON-JELLICO- Means Call Us When In NeeH of Best West Kentucky Coal LHBap $7.60, Eastern Kentucky Coal PAINT MATERIAL PROGRESS PAINT MFG. CO. 820 WEST MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE, KY. Nut $7.00 Harlan Lump $8.75 Lump $9.00, Nut $8.50 Eastern Kentucky $8.75 FLY SCREENS METAL WEATHER STRIPS PAINTS AND WINDOW GLASS ROOFING AND JOB WORK 1236-123- 8 SOUTH SHELBY STREET Home Phone, City 5480 Cumb. Phone, South 1704 Home Phone, Crescent 285 Byrne Speed Coal Corporation INCORFORATBD ADAMS & BALLWEY 078 BAXTER LOUISVILLE Mark Malta, AVENUE KENTUCKY ALPH 147 BELLAIRE AVENUE C. KAUFMAN LOUISVEDLE, KY. CONCRETE WORK B. B. JOHNSON & SONS CO. OFFICE: 701 REALTY BUILDING Parkway 136-- L 315 Guthrie Street. Both Phones 315. BUILDERS J. O. Pre. Jaoofc. Seo. and Tr ECKERLE DRUG COMPANY G25-- PHONES 1000 LYNNHURST AVENUE Cumb., South J ' EVERYTHING CUT RATE ALL THE TIME FLOYD AND MARKET LOUISVILLB, Both Phones INTERIOR DECORATING ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN TIFFANY BLENDS DINING ROOMS, OR LIVING ROOMS Glazing Can Be Made Most Beautiful When Finished In Our Transparent We Buy Rags Scrap Iron, Metals, Rubber and Paper Stock L. GRAUMAN A CO. Incorporated Zn All Xlnfla of etxio Scaler til tor Pixtur, Cash 3U(1- tera, Snow Caat, Cosnttcs, KY. belriBff, Eto. Main 345 bio wist mais Home Phone. City 1818 CHAS. J. MERiWETHER AND BUILDER DESIGNER Sat, ARTISTIC HOMES 808 STARKS BUILDING TELEPHONES City 9196 nun 0. K. SHEET METAL WORKS Incorporated Home Phone, Shawnee 899 LOUISVILLE WASTE MATERIAL CO. 001-00- M. " V 0 JOHN F. WILL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY GENERAL CONTRACTORS Reinforced Concrete, Wrecking, 3330 WESTERN PARKWAY GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES AND SKYLIGHTS REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS ST. CITY 1705 3 Parlslenne Echo Stone In Its Beautifying Soft Tones Will Harmonize and Lend Class To Any Part of Your home WEST JEFFERSON ST. Home Phone, City 1109 --- TIN, SLATE AND TILE ROOFING 642 EAST ST. CATHERINE LOUISVILLB -. KENTUCKY MAISON L' ART Main 2714 PHONES 430 SOUTH FIFTH STREET City 8483 Rent a Royal Electric Cleaner KECO BNODOB Excavating and Granitoid Work LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK Por Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a total deposit of more than 513,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by the people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. KT. MACARONI EGG NOODLES SPAGHETTI TTii a. uttmr, 'PENDBNNIS A. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. Vt wlitifa rmOumtt btjr U n, r BMfcs m. MIT a Jaoluaa rn 'o . . C. A. KOERNER & CO. GENERAL CONTRACTORS FLOYD AND BURNETT LOUISVILLE, . X e4Uoa. OFFICE AND YARD: STREETS KY. HEATING UNDER THE BIG CLOCK Inc. " lfiMM.n ARCOLA HOT WATER "YOU'LL FIND IT WORTH WHILE" TO EAT IN A ti1 kpuKJXJ ff wmmsmmmmmaBam Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and To Help You "With Your Cleaning Oldest Bank in the State. Phono Us Noav. RALPH C. SHAW PLUMBER ww National BanK of KentucKy FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. Childers Elect. Co. Incorporated 333-33- THE BLATZ QUALITY PAINTS AND VARNISHES SEWERAGE .. GAS FITTING 635 SOUTH JACKSON STREET Phones City 5826; Main 1264 Incorporated THE HOUSE OF QUALITY AND QUANTITY Variety of Hot Dishes, Pastry, Homo Made Pics, Cakes, Meats 219 SOUTH FIFTH STREET In Middle of Square PRICES REASONABLE - Standard Dairy Lunch House EXCELLENT COFFEE 004 SOUTH FOURTH 0()J MARKET AT SECOND 1I HENRY GOSS PRESERVE AND BEAtmFY Moderato Prices ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING Best Service WM. P. BANNON Tin Roofs Repaired and Pointed 5 OUTH SHELBY ST. Asphalt Shingles a Speccialty PLASTERER CONTRACTING LOUISVILLE, .KY. "Wo Male a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. 2011 WEST BROADWAY "We Use All Modern Appllnnces in the Elimination of Pain. BROOK AND BLOOM 847-City 4597 South Cumb. S. 164 City 8380 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET GEO. C. WET.STEIN Job Work Promptly Attended To Manufacturer of Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. LEO H. WEBER Phono City 4G03 Some Phone, City 7804 Phono City 4503 Designer and Builder of MONUMENTS AND Cumb. Phone, West 412-City 135 Main 5 "WEST MAIN ST. Home Phone, Shawnee 803 STREET Near Broadway PROMPT SERVICE Drs. Harrison and Strasshurg 319-32- FRANK J. GENSLE Artistic and Up to Date SS8SHV W ' JViEE8EB ' EE8H '5B1e11EEE8H Wall Papers, Window Shades, Picture Framing, Church and School Sundries 1211 South Sheljjy, Near Oak BEST WORK GUARANTEED Homo City 005 Cumb. S. 001 W Two carloads of samples on display. SEVENTH AND JEFFFERSON IOELESS Order now for spring delivery. prices are lowest and guaranteed against decline. Easy terms BILT-RITE SODA FOUNTAINS Our Frank Hartman & Sons HOUSE PAINTERS AND DECORATORS 1800 WEST MARKET STREET Residence Phone Shawnee 12 2- -J Plane Estimates Furnished 1215 SOUTH PRESTON STREET MODERN HOMES Cheerfully and West 866 CEMETERY WORK 808810-81- 2 EAST KENTUCKY Home Phone, City 178 ST VeeeK99IeeVeeeeV JOHN OGLE COMPANYLOUISVILLE, STREETS DR. M. P. DANHAUER City 866 H. A. DOLL CONCRETE KY. Oscar Farmer & Sons City Elevator and Warehouse Hay, Grain and Feeds The Home of "Quality Feeds" 122 N. FOURTH ST. AND SIS N. FIFTEENTH ST. WORK HomeTfcime, City 692 Cumb. Phone, Main 406 SOUTHERN BRICK & TILE CO. Incorporated MANUFACTURERS OF CONTRACTOR AND BOLDER 621-62- 3 BAXTER AVENUE Either Phone The Crystal Optical Co. 611 S. Fourth 1 DENTIST STARKS BUILDING Y 008 Whether It Bo Bread, Rolls, Cakes, Biscuits or Pastries, Their Success Is Assured by tho Unfailing' Quality of HERE IT IS AT LAST! ASK YOUR GROCER PACE BRICK, COMMON BRICK AND DRAIN TILE City 3141 IN CO AL DEALERS CASH T. BISHOP, Agent COR. J. H. KOCH & SONS CONTRACTORS 512 W. Walnut 741 E. Chistnut MAKERS OF .Main 3141 CORRECT FITTING GLASSES COAL CO. SNOW CLAD PL'OUE WM. KASTELHUN, Sole Distributor TinRTEENTn AND ORMSBY WEST KY., CLEAN LUMP ....$0.50 LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY BIG CLEAN NUT, NO SLAOIJL?0.00 nes City 547 South .96.75 LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY WEST KY., CLEAN XUMP Per Ton Delivered Anywhere L. KOELLNER City 1479 U Haul It 91.00 Less on tho Ton Eunova Cigar If llcrm Perfecto 1622-Pho- OFFICE: SECOND AND WATER Dr. A, W. Goldstein, Herman H. Goldstein, Chas, T. Kilmeier, Optometerists. Excavating and Concrete Work Wrecking Old Buildings A Specialty Home Phone, City 6437 1116 WEST HILL STREET . - COAL OO. NEW O. T. COAL YARD S. Clay and Fulton Streets. High Grade Coal at the very lowest prices. Give us a trial. City 4480; Main 1058 , OAKDALE DRUG COMPANY Incorporated Schrocr's Smokers We Use Public Scales Altogether SCHROER BROS. 3104 FOURTH AVENUE, TAYLOR AND BERRY BOULEVARDS Patronage, Largo or Small, Always Appreciated Manufacturers of FINE CIGARS Your PARK 262 641 EAST JEFFERSON STREET P H O 'N E S PARK 500 C. C. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS (UNION MADE) Home Phone, City 6041 J. C. RIEGER HIGH CLASS PLUMBER 028 SOUTH SECOND STREET Both Phones 2344 Both Phones 2406 ASK YOUR GROCER FOR r -- -5 , PHOTOGRAPHY 810 BAXTER AVENUE Opposite Cave HJ11 Cemetery HENRY FISCHER'S PORK PRODUCTS ; BICKEL Incorporated OF CO. MANUFACTURERS FIL80N CLUB AND HENRY WATTERSON CIGARS LOUISVILLB, M TOMX MAIN STRBET FOR MONSY. Home Phone, City 3147 "" Loans te those having regular PRESTON FISH AND or salary, with no publicity POULTRY STORE r red tape. Loans', to housekeeper Wholesale and Retail a their personal security. FISH, OYSTERS, GAME j AND F. B. POOLBY, POULTRY BaildlRj, Guaranteed Bgga Beta 1, Courier-JournOkie River Fish KY. 418 8. Fewrtb Btraec. 424 SOUTH PRW8TON 8TRBBT al SI POOLKY REUTLINGER & CO. Adolph TORNADO, RemtllBger HOME BOILED HAMS A SPECIALTY Home Phone, City 583 Cumb. Phone, Main 183 & FLEE INSURANCE LIABILITY AND PLATE GLASS 128 SOUTH THIRD STREET W. M. LEET-- COMPANY - AGENT FOR OLIVER TYPEWRITERS ALL KINDS OF TYPEWRITERSCARBON PAPERS AND RIBBONS BBPAIRBD ALL MAKES OF TYPEWRITERS BOUGHT AND SOLD 147 SOWTH FIFTH STREET LOUISVILLB, KY. j&o&j&rFTJoisrsr ' jgb&icsxx jjmojxx&aj& BBnBaMBHMaBaaaHaaaBaaaBBHHa9BaHaaHBaBBanBMBasaBBai9H(aaaaaM BACON a son The Electric Company! I 0iii'$'l''it't mMvmmmi9om0m99inmtm4t-- t I ii j " QaRKCT STREET fOURTH AVEHUC j MCamawar t aaBBaBBBBBBaBiaBaBaBMaaMBBaiBaaaaBiaaiaaBBaMajBaaBaawBl (, II HERMAN STRAUS - SONS J j -- "' Qive and Redeem Surety Coupons. We "incorporated W diva anil D.i.iim n1l T..4I. jLBinni. xvwva. unu iiaaiiiK ci... ' 2)0 YOU KNOW ABOU7 OUR More Fitting Than the "Gas Company" HOUSEHOLD CLUB Payments, PLAN ? X BOYS' SUITS f ; ; r A Convenient and Dignified Method of Purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred featerea of thla method are The rU comTeaienoa 1b maJdag purchases without aay considerable outlay of euh. The advantage of baying the Clab PI daring oar rarlons sale AT SAXjB PRICES. Whaterer Is the price of the goods to a cash or a charge customer, that Is also the price to a Household Clab Plaa customer. There Is positively so advance. oatotARdlAC There were gas works in Louisville long before electricity became the greatest labor, time and money saver in existence, and therefore many people refer to the Louisville Gas & Electric Company as the "Gas Com-pany. V $10 We are offering you these Suits at a very special price, just to adver tise our Boys' Department. These Suits are made of good woolen mate-- ! terials, splendidly tailored and fin- ished. THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW j i j I! II There are bo "confidential arrangements." It Is eeadsctod upon aa open basis with a fixed schedule of rates. The first payments and the aooathly payments are the same to all. SURETY COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS High Class Furniture AT LOWEST PRICES. Nowadays, however, the amount of work performed for citizens by the electric power and lighting system is very much larger than the services performed by the gas facilities", important though these services are. Both electricity and gas are cheap in Louisville. t About the only way by which the relative proportions of the two services can be estimated is by contrasting j the total amount of gross revenue paid for each. t)a8aaa)a)ect)ae)e bbvVlsbbbbf' $10 jk ...taw Lace Gurtains and Linoleums. y Carpets, Stoves and Ranges, IIJAMES GREENE 415. 417 and 419 East Market St. SWISS CLEANING OF MEN'S SUITS With Minor Repairs Free Saves Baying. An estimate of this kind shows that 70 per cent, of the total gross business of the Company is done by the Electrical Department and 30 per cent, by the Gas Department. The volume of services rendered by both Where the Quick Meal Comes In departments increases steadily, but the growth of the Where the home Where work U brightest doae; Where the work Where eooktag is at a much more rapid rate. city's electrical demand lightest; real faaj Where the meal u Where baklag girfl cooked light; The figures given below represent the total electrical Where beet; stand range at Where dradge the tart sight output for each of the last few years: where where the That's That's U ; la eaaaao , the-Ic asat -- "Quick Meal" comes Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed. Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS INCORPORATED Office 017 Sooth Fourth. Plant 009 South Sixth. 1920 1919 1918 1917 1916 1915 108,118,350 .85,783,790 74,620,649 61,564,395 54,316,160 r. Kilowatt Houes Kilowatt Hours Kilowatt Hours Kilowatt Hours "Quick KSeal" (MM at. Qoiek Meal GaalRaaiea Sold, Installed and IXiBl Ir Pacoramcadsd Hm ClEHfcrR Cfc eaaeeaaaaaeaeaaaaaaaaaiaaaaaawaawaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaMaMaaeaiaBaaaaaawaaiaaMaaMaaaaaMa SON, W MARKET ST. THE NAJIE KENTUCKY & INDIANA PRODUCTS COMPANY MEANS Kilowatt Hours 47,658,424 Kilowatt Hours PURE PASTEURIZED BULK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS BUTTER A SPECIALTY The customer will know that you watch his Interests It you sell K. & I. PRODUCTS DON'T FORGET THAT GRAYVON ALLMEN Sanitary Milk Co. XNCCBTOMATM. is THE HOME A. OF PURE MILK growth of the cityv Electrical demauds increase more rapidly than the increase in population. Investment in an industry whose business grows rapidly and steadily from year to year is safe. Future growth of the electrical business, according to the calculations of our engineers, will be even greater than during the past, based on the normal average FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERS KENTUCKY AND INDIANA PRODUCTS CO. Incorporated JACKSON AND FEHR AVENUE BOTH PHONES 4203 GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMlTH,i;PROP. Mte)en(Mee) Director Ml als "ASK YOUR GROCERS." L GUNN nosiE rnoNE, INVESTMENT DEPARTMENT city 0574 IFuneral land Embalmeri f BAKER AND CONFECTIONER 1203 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET Louisville Gas 311 Eighty-tw- o & Electric Company I SOI THEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. Basafilltaaaaaaart Incorporated in Kentucky. Brighten Up Electrically! Make your home hospitable and attractive this winter by the the addition of attractive and correct lighting. PORTABLES, FLOOR LAMPS, LIGHTING FURNITURE West Chestnut Street. Returns To Investors THOMAS KEEN AN 1529 WEST MARKET STREET PERFECT FITTING Years of Consistent ELECTRIC Main 1800 SPECIALTY ZNCORFOKAVaD COMPANY City 897 tPTaV 528 WEST JEFFERSON Jaf JbbT a! WSiSW Crystal Electric Washer and Wringer. HARVEY-JELLIC- O Universal Farm Lighting Plants . WET WASH Five Cents Pound Your entire family wash done for what it costs to feed the SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES J IJ. J. : I I O nOMIi PHONE 88 .CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071-- y BARRETT'S SONSI . COAL CO. (XNCORPORA.raD) KffECURnfP 7ijJ I AND Iplfl S1.00 FIVE CENTS A POUND FOR EACH POUND OVER TWENTY Work called for one day and returned the next, just damp enough to be Ironed at once EACH STRICTLY SANITARY BUNDLE WASHED SEPARATELY NO MARKING OR SORTING to g&lr-g?- v CWl t- FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. - -v sZnUzZ- W)UUVMHVtWtHiWUUUiMWSmMVMVWWWWWW( 4 822 East Main, gatreet i The Company With the Coal and the Service. Yards located at Fifteenth and Magnolia. Yard at First and A. Yard and EleTfttor, Fopo and Payno Streets. Both Phones at All "5 arda. totUMt Md LQ.UISVILLE. KY. Oculists' Prescriptions. SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY XXOOXraKATXD DOUGHERTY & McELLIOH 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, gOtftt H. J. IMMMH. .I T.U.I..... Miupr. f. lAaMIH. ., Vk Pre. Hd TrJM. jig Si Fourth and Chestnut. ASK FOR HP. u J BANNON Calvert Tlfo, PIPE CO. OMEGA CLEAXING, DYEING, BEHA LAUNDRY CO. TH0S. H. BEHA, President and Manager 813 SOUTH CLAY STREET CITY 4017 Highland 572 City 6910 Res., Shawnee SOUTH 409 East 672 1863-- L Funeral Directors BOTH. and Embaimers! EWING'S DAIRY XJKTOIV JB5S5. Home City 200S - t 1 l Sawar t Clinb. Main 2U0S.a 4 I X Firs Prats, Wall Cealarf, Drala TIU, Vitrlflaa Brick, Flaa Unlag, Fire Brick Grate and Beller Tile, Fire Clny, uumaey Taps OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. PHONES CITY MAIN am Baauta raxtat Liaaea rijpe ler aiaam veaanuj,! PRESSING. KEPAIIt WORK. Mrs. Nellie Broderick. Prop's. All work called for and delivered. Hats cleaned and blocked. "All we ask is a trial." " i t 'i : !" Miim t Sullivan Transfer Co. Incorporated GSNHRAIj TRANSPORTATION, TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND S "HAYRTDH FARTIBg" 1129 WMT MAIN 8TRJBT PRODUCTS pire WHOLESOME SAFE. Hy !. atala Xltt-t- . S07. mm WORKS-Tkirtee- atk ad Breakiarlif Kith Masaalla. 426 E. CALDWELL Phone City 1419. ST. D. L. DirectorBAX and JEmbalmerJ Funeral . OHBeTNUT ri7-T1- 9 LODWVDTiL, X7tt "O ,..