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PH&NE: K0M OH HMN EBQO Rrery Drlrer n B5oart lolHtflTirictTriMfl Incorporate VOLUME XLVI.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SAT5RDAV, APRIL 9, 1921. CimiST ARISEN. PRICE PIVE CENTS. Smith was reversed on the street car question, tho gas rates, the phone raise, tho Captain Bennett case and numerous others. To show Its contempt for near Mayor Smith the present political assessment case Is an example In December, iai7, Administration Stages a Mystery In In company with Messrs. Lewis Y. Johnson and M. H. Thatcher, of the tho Turndown pf Contractors' Board of Safety, he made a round of Bids. the engine houses, the first place vis Ited being the fire house at Frank fort and Pope streets. There- Smith said no pollcomnn, fireman or city Judco Huston Quln to bo Drafted employe should ever bo assessed for nun iuq uiuii' iHHiiirm iiiuiiuBi-&- . From Bench to Bolster n machine ihas regarded that pledge Is known to all, includ Cause ing smith. Right today the machine Is collecting over an average of forty dollars from policemen, firemen and employes, and Smith and the Board of Safety and Chief rctty city Board of Safety members aro not deHave Grown "Weary of Exnying the holdup, n violation of their pledge. planations. As for the Board of Safety and Chief of Police Petty, many believe they have grown weary of trying to ASSESSMENTS ePmm tno antics or. tno Keystone NEAR MAYOR AND comedy cops and the failure of the fire department to avoid the half million fire loss In the past three year of the presmystery at the months. The flrst There's another Chief to take ent "reform" administration try to City Hall, which will have Potty Board would many murders and explain and fhe the drunken rank with tho whon other unsolved mysteries laid at the went on a rampage, and all Departdoor of the Keystone Police remember what a long and lengthy ment. This mystery though is a explanation was given by Johnson one and the key lies tor the Board of Safety when a d office, the between tho Mayor's police sergeant blackmailed n Board of Works, the Board of caught with an army lieutenant and some of our leading con- women in a resort on "West BroadRecently tho , Board of way. Johnson said that he withheld tractors. Works advertised for (bids for street tho soldier's name for patriotic reaconstruction and reconstruction, the sons, it leaking out later that the mystery there being why this wasn't soldier in question was a sorf of knows Capt. Huhlein, a prominent Repubdone before as the world .Louisville's streets and byways are lican leader. But they don't oven But try to explain any more. Recently In the worst condition possible. that Is not the real mystery in this Sergeant Boyle and Lieut. Conklln case, as the story will show. When fought all over Central Police Statho contractors' bids came In near tion. No explanation. Chief Petty's Mayor Smith let out one of his chauffeur, Pat Owens, accused of roars, which wo have being drunk and having a collision to, knowing they will with a citizen's auto. used No report. have no effect on the sequel. Smith This past week Keystone Lieutenant "outrage dragged out of a houso of said that the bids were , ously hlch" and tho city wouldn't' .. xr 0nnA . stand for being gouged, etc. He- planatlon ,j..-d.j.. further said that when necessity required he Trent about with patched ccntly a Koy6tono cop tm ot ..whltc trousers and clothes, but didn t ex- mu,0 does a iugglmg act wIlh over. "piam wuui uuuui.viu u..o coat, cap and club In middle of pants had with our dilapidated 8treet mllch to thQ edification and Anyone not knowing the", j streets. o a bIg audlnce. Sergeant near (Mayor's past performances eomm on sceno and drunken p womu say uai. hibuI, "" wouldn't allow him to use phone for of wagon. the contractors. That's the end No official report made. tho flrst chapter and then the plot Robbery alter robbery ana noidups begins to thicken, as the novelists occurring every night and few are say. ever published in Police Bulletin. Within three days from tne near Tho only robberies made public are protest the those when Mayor's vituperative vlctIm compiaIns or .. ijoaru ui iYuruuiu enterprising reporter digs them . . ,. ,, slon with near Mayor Smith present! o,i,i, a and at Its cose announces the award Ch,ot Pett wer(J ,n offlcQ h ,s of the work as originally bid. ami guC(J an omc,al statemont n whIch at tho, th sa,d ncwg supprc8slon waa a Smithy approved tho awards price) which ho denounced three thins of the past," Chief Petty say. Now wo run into Ing tjiat police reporters could sco days previous. another mysterious phase ot the every report that camo in, wliilo tho case. The Board ot Works, follow- near Mayor salil ho felt like no was ing tho usual procedure, submitted the President of a big corporation the result of their awards and near and tho residents were stockholders, Mayor Smith's O. K. to the Board entitled to know everything. Judgof Councllmen for approval Tuesday ing from occurrences of the past two night. Then came a secret session years residents must have been ot the Contract Committee and the frozen the of the corporation. out members, and by the way council Here's one Keystoner that believes just this "reform" administration however. Two Y. M, C. Every lit- in publicity, were trotting up Broaddotes on secret sessions. secret A. runners training for a long distle old conference Is mado a way recently session, and the citizens kept from tance contest when they were capknowing anything of their own af tured by a Keystone policeman and fairs. Following the secret conclave taken to the nearest drug store, it was announced that all bids and bolQ of the athletes wondering as to awards were thrown out and "o the cause ot their arrest. The of near Mayor Smith Bt0ner ca lied 'head quarters and said: Board of Works repudiated. All of, 41Cn j just kcfchod two suspicious uouncumen at nrsi reiusea totno ttMnra running .in U.o street tell the reason for their action, but In their drawers, and they said they Nick Dcnunzlo told a re- soclation, but they can't fool mo. I Councilman liable citizen Wednesday that tho sociatlon, but they can't fool mo T they think Uicy're golderned burglars." bids wcro rejected because were too hlgli, and They were lUgh The Captain must have been "next" because a prominent Republican told as he ordered their release, but the tho contractors to bid high. Now ISoystoner did so grudgingly, and there's a jure enough mystery. Who muttered he'd bo golderned if ihe was the man that told the contract- over heard of Christians running ors to bid high, and what was he around like crazy galoots in their did bid drawers, to get if the contractors they didn't do high as requested? Councilman De- - things likeat least Hogwallow Qulch that at charges that Is the cue and where ho came from to take a Job nunzlo Smith and the Board of Works owe.. town constable. as it to the public to investigate .or at least make a statement. HAPriLY WEDDED. maThat chine realizes that the good people t A marriage of much Interest was of Louisville are against it is shown consummated Wednesday afternoon by the latest move. Knowing that at St. Mary Magdalene church, the ministers and church workers when (Miss Gertrude E. Schaedler, are active In their opposition to the the accomplished and popular Republican local ticket Tobe, Ches daughter of Mrs. Stephen J. Schaed- lhave decided to nominate and Matt TiootimA iha rAa nf TfHrnln 1 a candidate for Mayor that will ap- J,ppa) The coremony was wit prove a good nessed by near relatives and .friends, pease the ministers and camouflage for the material to bej who were present in numbers to mcjwu vu ucumu mo ucau ui mu tender congratulations uctiei. iu una uu ouuo nuoiuu Quln, of the Court of Appeals, who ELEVENTH WARD OLUB. was elected by the people ot this district in 1918 to serve a term of The Eleventh Ward Democratic six years, will be asked by the ma- Club will hold its regular meeting chine leaders to step off the bench next Friday evening. Newly electand take up the task of making a ed officers are J. B. Bartley, Presifight to keep the machine In power dent; Mrs. J. O. FInnegan, Vice for lour years more. Repudiated by President: Itoy OILeary, Secretary; the people of Kentucky at the last Nolan Fallahey, Treasurer; Wm. election, the machine expects that O'Mara, Sergeant-at-Aratho and an enormous negro vote will save Louisville at PLAN 91,000,000 CLUB. least for its purposes. It is said The Knights of Columbus of Minthat Judge Quin is bitterly opposed neapolis intend to begin early next to leaving the Court ot Appeals' year the fourteen-stor- y bench, knowing that he would re- building erection of a for the local councils ceive the title of Chief Justice be- for general use. As projected and fore tho end of his term. In addi- building Trill cost $1,250,000. the tion Judge Quin knows what an awful job it will be to face crowds POPE GREETS TARS. ot people and try to defend) the Pope Benedict on Monday reSmith administration with its high tax rate, tho Koysiono police, the ceived a group of American sailors from; "hick." firemen and tho dirty and burgh.the United States cruiser PittsThe men were presented by broken streets. What an awful nightmare that Chaplain Edward A. Duff of the must be for Judge Quin or any other cruiser. prospective "Republican nominee to BASEBALL OPBNING. think that he or she would have to TKe baseball season will officially explain or apologize for the present open hsxt Wednesday, all league "reform" administration. The machine loaders, ar- games starting on that day, includgue that they don't care who heads ing the American Association. Louthe ticket as long as they can name isville will open the season with hk) subordinates and the General Roger Brssnahan's Toledo aggrega Cohbob to tie liha hand and foot. tion, who are under the manager- As fer iBstanae, can aAyose same snip ot Bill Clymar, ami as 'the Cot a measure supported by near Mayor onsls llk to beat Clymsr. lust as SKtthaad not to the liking ot the brail as he saioys' beating Lotris- maehtae that, was aot defeated, rills, a battle royal will be staged "REfORM" Ma-clii- ne Searcy-Chilto- Key-stone- rs three-cornere- Key-ato- ne Coun-cilme- bom-bastl- ce be-co- ill-fa- A ,, i,,u ; , Butm-uu- w ran -- ,,, Key-acti- on - ,,;,, lr s. office-holde- rs - ff ' .. Wo adore" at tho Christmas feaet the birth of .tho Christ child and welcome ,111m with music and eong antr guts ana irom vao tartniui, prayere and adoration. At Easter We worship tho Chrfst ariuen. He Great Forward Step Looking Toward PAGE THE NEAR MAYOR. PLEASE who was crucified that wo might Its Advancement Mado at realize the perfect beauty of a future lifo when wo have arisen from Lexington. the sordid earthly existence. NaI rORTY DOLLARS?) ture brings1 her renewing warmth ind beauty of spring to make the welcoming ot Christ's rebirth one of Kentucky Directorate Meets and porfect Joy. Flowers, music and Plans for Orgnnizing Entiro the 'melody of soft winds and the odor of Incenso and ifragranit blosState. soms aricend to Him. Around this 3Aw tlrao of Joy many quaint custbma T.hcr Easter rabbit have centered. has gained a pla'co In childish. JieartsX and tho famous colored eggs be is American Association for Rccognf. supposed to puaco on the Easter tlon of Irish Republic Has market aro famous and in demand. Eighteen Councils. Gifts are mad on this day pf the Resurrection and feafrts are made. As at Christmas, children who have left tho old home to establish, one of their own return toit he old home DELEGATES FROM KENTUCKY. tor the happiness of Easter. There Is an "egg roll" on tho lawn for the children and music and' laugh tor Through all tor the grown-upA great forward step looking tothough, there Is no lapse in tho glad ward tho advancement ot tho Irish service rendered to One who died cause throughout the State ot Kento save us. tucky was accomplished at the regular meeting of the State DirectoCHURCH AND LABOR. rate of tho American Association for the Recognition of the Irish Common sense and the best ot Republic, held last Saturday at the judgment aro necessary in order office of Martin T. Kelly, State that there bo fewer clashes between President of the A. A. R. I. R., in capital and labor. If wo consider the Fayette Bank building, Lexingtho advice ot tho Church we shall ton. --find 'both these necessary qualities; Martin T. Kelly, Stato President, .joaiu" s?mz ;i wo shall gather suggestion which, of Lexington; Miss Mary E. Corcaw If accepted, will go a long way to coran; Stato Treasurer, of Louis- C' 'ffiJJ.Sjf overcome industrial disturbance and ville; William J. Higgins, State bring us back to that peace which Secretary, of Newport; and State Is so desirable at the present mo- Directors, Jobn J. Tiorman, of Newment. port; Richard Tobin, of Frankfort: Republican "reform" Tho position of the Church is Thomas Conry, of ministration machine stages holdup, Covington; to the Encyclical of Joseph Cassidy, of Bellevue; P. J. well set forth with no protest from Smith, though publicly pledged against politIn Leonard, ot Winchester, Fred J. the late Pope Leo XIII, written ical assessments. As our own Bishops say: Schmitz, of Latonia; Miss Nora E. 1891. "The document shows tho Insight ot Cooper, of NIcholasville, and Mrs. that great Pontiff into tho industrial Nora Donnolly, of Danville, wero conditions of tho time and his wis- present. dom In pointing out .the principles It was learned that eighteen needed for the solving of ecomonlc councils of the A. A. R. I. R. had problems." been formed In Kentucky, in tho Tho Church Insista on the right following cities: Newport, George to organize. Our own Washington; Covington, Abraham of labor us there are two Lincoln; Bellevue, Phil Sheridan; hierarchy tells IRISH RELIEF DRIVE. rights, ono of employes and the Lexington, LaFayette; Louisville, McCormick other ot employers, the violation ot Robert Emmet; Danville, Theodore The drive forffunds for the relief which contributes largely to the O'Hara; Paris, Commodore Barry? Relief "Tho of the distressed in Ireland, inaugon existing unrest and suffering. "is ot Paducah.x Patrick Henry; Latonia, flrst right," say the Bishops, Ethan Allen; Winchester, Generar urated on St. Patrick's day, has form anil in been extended to tho latter part of Committee the workersot toorganization maintain Clarke; Richmond,notMcCreary Counthat is cil; Frankfort, the kind April, and contributions from renamed; Flornecessary and that will be most ef- ence, Daniel Boone; Lebanon, not mote parts of this and adjoining coming In. This fectual in securing their welfare. named; Somerset, not named; counties are still The second Is the right of emnot named; Ashland, not fact prevents the Rev. John Q'Con-no- r, ployers to tho faithful observance of named; NIcholasville, Bennett H. the Treasurer, from making a contracts and Young. the labor unions of all final reoprt, which will appear at Plans ifor organizing the A dispute that State of Kentucky wero thoroughly agreements. I IfWiBWWiBBBBBBSm "i the proper time,,. The grand total, by direct ne dljcussed, , and., a campaign ,vras can. not bo adjusted up, to. the jneeent, .is between I bBbPj&iSwSbbbbB 1 gotiation beiweonnhS' parties con mapped out whereby It was expected $20,000 and $26,000. This amount I BSaBwFVwHBPSWBBss cerned, should always be submitted to Increase many times the number Is far in excess ot Louisville's quota Neither employer of councils and membership in tho to arbltratoln. and nearly double that which the &j''31bBBBBB! A& IK? ite-- nor employe may reasonably reject State. most sanguine friends of tho movebbtSs' WECTMbsbbv-this method on the ground that it Tho question ot State delegates ment hoped to get. The phenomenal does not .bring about perfect Justice. to the national convention of the success of tho drive ca"h bo attribut- ' wfeW (Ww-mbhP4 Like tho law court the American Association for the Recoged to .the generosity of the people slvtte;SmBBBW tribunal ot Industrial arbitration nition of tho Irish Republic, to beof this diocese and the surrounding ' Wra; provides the nearest approach to held at Medinah Temple, Chicago, country, the excellent planning of Justice that Is practically attain- was also discussed at length and Chairman Owen Sullivan and the able." over fifty deleagtes from disheartened tireless, nover-to-b- e Ken, To assure peace and at least a tucky will be on hand at this conteam work of Rev. James P. Cronin, 'BBBBBBBBBBBBsbsM modicum ot contentment labor must vention on April 18 and 19. ReV. 0 Rev. John 0"Connor, Rev. : have a living wage; but that 'never duced railroad rates will bo given Patrick Walsh and the many lay ; can be secured by tho revolu- to all delegates and dependent mempeople who tried to outdo the others BBBBBBBBKfPilBBBBsi tionary tactics of socialism or tho bers of their families, and owing to In their respective communities. I BBBBBSBBBkNjlr radicalism eo rampant in various the large number expected, to be on And then tho cause which was tho Catholic hand, the Kentucky delegation exvery essence of charity appealed to, sections nowadays. should beware of tho ex- pects to charter a special coach to all. From now on, if other cities, tremist. As a general thing he is make the journey to Chicago. throughout the country will' do but He works mostly illy Informed. The finances of tho organization half as wejl as Louisville, no little with his tongue. Ho is in the class were found to bo in excellent shape, trlsli orphan will go hungry and owes with all national dues paid and a many a poor widow whoso husband which insists that "tho world him a living," and he attempts to substantial sum left In the treas-- " was murdered by the Black and. secure it without ever considering ury, which will be greatly augmentjSenator Medill McCormick, of Illinois, Tan brutes (thoy can't be called hu- -' man Am. injunction when the various mans) b one of the diiUnguIsWed Americans who distress. will' be helped in her sore t Hsarv MnromtfiAti. isformer II. S. vice- - the biblical the sweat ofthat face. ed their full quotas. councils send in his must live by to i uraey, one ot tne Millions are needed and lhave accepted of the C4 tne American Committee tor The meeting occupied over three 'Twere well for Catholic working-me- n 'Anerican Committee for Relief in Ire- needed at once to accomplish this reland. The Committee is now to hearken to the voice ot their hours continuous session," adjournland, now conducting a drive to raise grand work of mercy, and the Amerft campaten to raise $10,240,000 leaders. They seldom make mis- ing in time to give the responding most ,110440,000 to feed, clothe and shelter ican people are vista tne distress of starving and takes. They are men ot prudence; delegates1 ,a chance to take the evennobly. ( the unfortunate children and women In children and women in that they never Jump at conclusions; ing train's to their homes. Tho long list of donors, which we Ireland, many of whom are on the verge , The campaign and the diatn-o- f The regular monthly meeting of of starvation and without roofs over published last week, and to which their decisions almost Invariably, tn relief u alontr entirely aon- - aro right. Robert Emmet Council will be held their heads. The campaign and the dis- others are here added, will show riaa and lines. Other, at Holy Rosary Hall next Tuesday tribution of relief are along entirely that Louisville still retains its standcbaktnsa are: Cardinal Gibbons. night, when Miss Mary Corcoran lines. Among ing for generosity. i COMMEND THE KNIGHTS. and tor Meafll McCormick. Governors will give a detailed report of are: Governors the other Additional church and individual t tho wards. Mew Terstv: Morrow. Ken Edwards, New Jersey; Morrow, Ken- - subscriptions The Knights ot Columbus wero meeting at Lexington. Rev. John received by Rev. tucky; and Shogp, Cotorado; Jane) and Sboup, Colorado; Henry Father O'Connor this week were as by Vice President O Connor, the President, also will congratulated Addams; David Starr Jordan; Charles, Itucky; have Bernard M. Baruch; Jane follows: Dawes: Josaeaus Dsniek: Charles Coolidge on their educational and part, Important information to imCharlss G. Dawes; Cardinal and this should draw a largo hospitalization work ana tnaniteu St. Charles IBorromeo, $521.31; 8. fseJ: and Barnard M. Baruch. Con-- 1 by Secretary Hoover for thoir supi Gibbons; David Starr Jordan; Charles 3t. Mary Magdalen, $26; Flaherty, ttmmm pin? K?.nCe' nAU frIenl9 o the- VIsh iid beetottolocaltrta- INazeJ; and Tosephus Daniel. Contri-- I $21; Clarkson, addtilonal, $19.32; port in his European relief work in be We,Come at h!s buttons should be sent to local treasurer Division No. 4, A. O. H., $130; D. addresses at a meeting at the Board ortojoha J. Pulleys, 1 West 34th Street, J. Lincoln, $50; Rev. H. W. Jansen, of Directors in Washington last New York Cky. $10; John McManus, $10; Mrs. E.l Saturday. IMPORTANT STATEMENT. .CONCERN OVER IRELAND. T. Ellison, Glasgow, $10; Semonln & Goodman, $5; C. B. Thompson & Frank P. Walsh, counsel for tho NEW ALBANY. Y. M. I. Deep concern over deplorable conCo., 45; D. W. Voss, $2; Mrs. Jas.L ditions in Ireland was expressed by A big joint initiation of new mem- Rlggle, Audyvlllp, $1. Unity Council, Y. M. I., of New .building, Washington, this week isuuujamin, oi oi. Aavier s Pope Benedict during his interview Albany, had a banner day last Sun- sued the following statement, which bers under the auspices of Mackin Mannix, day, when nearly 150 new mom-be- aeseives prompt response: with Archbishop Daniel and Trinity Councils will take place College, has informed Chairman, ot Melbourne, Australia, J. who came Omen Sullivan that he is arranging were received into that live and J.n.,order that the most effective tomorrow at Trinity Council Hall, a concert protest should be for the benefit of the to Rome from England, where he progressive Catholic organization. to tho work beginning at 1:30 o'clock. Irish was In close touch with the Irish The members and candidates at- tne American Government made rerelief fund. with Luncheon will be served Immediate- announced later, The date will bo situation. Archbishop Carretti, Pa- tended mass at St, Mary's church, gard to the and will bo looked criminal acts of torror-jsly following the conferring ot the pal Under Secretary ot State, acted and following the Initiatory cereto with much interest. committed by the British forces i degrees. A fitting programme has forward Friday night as interpreter during the audience, monies at the club house an elabNext Ireland it Is of the greatest imthe St. X. gym-- , been arranged and will Introduce a which lasted an hour and was orate banquet was served at Holy portance to secure immediately tho number of good speakers and mu- tion for the benefit Trinity Hall, featured by a number names of all persons in the United of the relief marked by the utmost cordiality. sical entertainers. The class is said fund. The boys will bo seen in of happy and eloquent responses to States who have relatives "who have to be the largest ever received into toasts. their usual good form and a night's murdered, wounded or ImprisRED. CROSS DONATION. the Y. M. I. in Louisville. oned by thd British forces in Ireentertainment is assures. land, or whose property has been LD3RARY TRUSTEES. Out of funds held in reserve for PUPttS TO ENTERTAIN. destroyed By the British forces. MEX'S MISSION BEGINS. the relief of conditions of unusual It distress, $100,000 will be given to This week Mayor Sjalth appointed Is peculiarly appropriate that such Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock Next The somen's mission at St. Lcuis the American Committee for Relief three members of The Board of Americans who have a direct perthe pupils ot St. Cecilia's parochial Bertrand's church will close tomor- in Ireland by the American Red Trustees ot the Louisville Public sonal Interest In tho results or school will give an entertainment row afternoon at 3:30. o'clock with Cross, it was announced at national Library. They are the Rev. George British atrocities in Ireland should for their parents and friends, tor sermon, rosary and Papal blessing. headquarters of the latter organiza- W. Scliuhmann, pastor ot St. John's voice their protest to the President which an excellent programme has The men's mission .will begin at tion in Washington. Contributions church, who was reappointed a of the United States and' to The little folks 7:30 o'clock In the evening, the to the Irish relief fund, it was member of the board for a term1 ot been arranged. it a fhomf,..., ..j .rr. should Ibe greeted by a large audi- week day mission masses to foe at 5 addedi are being disbursed in Ire- four years, and Messrs. George J. all who have relatives who have ence. been victims of British barbarism, and 8 o'clock. Very Rev. J. R. land with the consent of. the British Stoll and Henry 'B. Heyburn. Fanning and Key. J. R. JCahill are Government. or who have suffered destruction of property, or who know of such perconducting the exercises. PARKLAND DEMOCRATS. PRAYER FOR APRIL. sons, should communicate with me SILLY BOAST. c at once, giving names GENERAL MEETING. Enthusiasm for the local His Holiness, Pope Benedict XV, and addresses has recommended "The Suppression ticket this fall is running and a brlet .statement of the clr- The boast, of Northern ProtestMonday night at the Knights of ants that all the wealth of Ireland1 high and the Parkland Democratic Paganism" to the of Modern B uuuer I OSS OC f. ot Prayer as the general in- Columbus Hall the first general was concentrated in Belfast or in Club has been organized to meet relatives or property wnicn suffered." was tention for the month of April. meeting for the organisation of the Protestant hands has been proved weekly. The officers are Thomas Bverp person, who is at all observ- Fourth ot July .plcnle" for the or- to be a myth. Of a dozen business Grimes, President;" Miss M, Speck-tnanCARDINAL DOUGHERTY. Secretary; H. E. Speckmann, ant, must reaUze that the people at phans will be held. These meetings failures recorded the majority were large are being demoralized by the win be held every Monday ntgTTt un- in Belfast or the neighborhood. In Treasurer. Cardinal1 Dougherty will sail tomad pursuK ot worldly goods and til the date lor the eelebration, and fact, there were only four in the day from Charbourg, France, and 'Is It is .hoped they will be attended by Catholic parts of Ireland, The liapleasures. Let us heed the CATHOLIC INDIANS. expected to reach New York abeet of His. Kollaess, aa'd dur- all frlende of the orphans and the bilities in the Belfast cases were There are 50,000 Indiana wholly Asril 16, Fhiladelphlana of "ny ing the coratag moeth let us pray Catholic Orphan: oolety, whose abou,t thirty times the amount of untouched by mission work; d fferent religious beliefs are plan. suppressiOB at work; is. well ksown throughout the those involved earHseUr fer the in "the i&outherri error; only 100,000 nlng a great demonstration la. his Lenitvllle dldease. meeera pasaaisfR. ' cases. are GathoJles. honor on Ms arrival in that cRy, s. IRISH CAUSE jsssrtfrv' SRr "- -- jmmsi gOftlHlJJ4l'Jr, 7 r o r p Senator Approves Suffering for Ireland Former Ambassador to Turkey Serves Irish Relief Law-rancebu- rg, -- ... 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AMMCAM, Witt UNrtj social and April 12 Ea8ter chicken supper of Holy Trinity church, St. Matthews, afternoon and evening, Anrtt ifl.sn Racial in St. Boni face Hall by Married "Women's Society, both evenings and Wednesday afternoon. Ost 7 Entertainment April Anthony's Hospital Sewing SoSt ciety afternoon and evening. May 12 Moonlight excursion ot Stmt Columbia Athletic Club, on steamer 26-2- CAMP ZACHARY TAYLOR Strauss Clothes For Spring Are Here AT AUCTION On the grounds at Louisville, Ky., beginning on Monday, April 25th, 10 a. m., and continuing daily until disposed of. This Property ftepresanting a Government Expenditure Of With Extra Trousers L Newest styles, latest patterns and from pur own New York and Rochester factories direct to you, each Suit with Two Pairs of Trousers. hand-tailored, Tfllnnd Ouoen. Tifo.. 1 ijBf5uNcjl; fntnwIT.T.E. KY STAND CONVICTED. of auditorium. Mnv festival Circle ot Academy of. Our Lady ot Mercy, In academy i Sewing SATURDAY, APRIL U921 money. AAaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 1 The publication' of the American Commission's reoprt has SAAAAAAAAAAAA- on left them in the middle ot a bad Commission Tho American summing fix. Mr. and Mrs. J. X. Kessack, ot Conditions in Ireland in Clifton, are visiting Mrs. William In part "that up its conclusions said James at BIloxl. Miss. rmmsH DESPAm. and wanton destruc Cnl. nnd Mrs. Georce B. Barrett oy imtion o villages and cities authority In Ireland has havo returned from Havana, Cuba, British have been whero they spent the winter. perial British forces completely broken down. The terand ordered by Miss Edith Bowling has returned countenanced people who ror has not terrified the from New Haven, wnere sne visuea of the British Government; havo developed a capacity for promother, (Mrs. lmelda Bowling. tho Imperial British forces In Ire- longed' suffering and a contempt of her Miss Bessie Whelan has been eninland havo Indiscriminately killed danger that have thrown the Gov- tertaining ns a visitor her mother, nocent men, women and children; ernment Into the depths of despair. Mrs. George Whelan, of Howards-towhave tortured and Bhot prisoners Months ago Lloyd George boasted in Mrs. H. J. Murphy and children, while in custody, adopting the sub- the House ot Commons that he had ot Bloomfleld, were last week the 'refusal to half and terfuge of well In hand and guests of William Wilkinson and to escape.' " This verdict the Irish situation opposi family. commission ot that the backbone of Irish by a Mrs. K. W. Greene, Clifton, has tion was broken. Ho has repeated men and women of all creeds con- hhls since, but a guests Mrs. P. H. Sullivan and boast at Intervals Anlittle daughter Alive, ot vincingly convicts brutal John Bull boiled his utterances un- geles. civilized world, ana Ire- facts have before the today he Is face to face with a Miss Leona Meek, South Third land's cause and claims for Justice til more determined and successfully Btreet, had as recent Sunday dinner toy that verdict. will profit gusts Misses Catherine and Louise violent opposition than ever. house-burning SOCIETY. Ten Million Dollars will be sold in units to suit purchasers. This sale will comprise about 2,000 acres of valuable land, adjoining the Cityiof Louisville, Audubon Park and Auaubon Golf Course, subdi vided into home sites, factory areas and truck gardens, with sewerage, city water, electric lights and cars, also about 2,000 buildings of various dimensions, a vast quantity of plumbing material, heating equipment, boilers, hot water heaters, stoves, ranges, tanks, radiators, motors, piping, refrigerating plants, etc There will be neither reservation, upset price nor but THE GREATEST BARGAIN SALE IN HISTORY. by-bi- d, $25 and $30 J. B. STRAUSS & CO. 236 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE Next to Buschemeyer's Fourth and Jefferson PHONE 2635 PULS DRY CLEANING CO. n. nc non-partis- I-o- s HOMELESS AND HELPLESS. O'Connor. PUBLIC RENDERS VERDICT. iim aid of leeal technicali ties tho courts may decide that tho accused White Sox ball players can not be convicted but"'the followers of tho great Amelrcan pastlmohave decided that they are guilty and no baseball league or organization In tho country can defy that verdict crooks. and play these aviMi ed " In a once smiling island across the sea thousands ot women and little children are In direst want. Many homeless and helpless through no fault ot their own victims ot Great Britain's brutal war on for Inde luat nsnlratlon Others, .whose little pendence. homes have not yet been burned by midnight raids of Black and Tans, are without incomes because of the wanton destruction ot neighborhood industries in which their menfolk and tho larger children once found employment. Still others are destitute because the men of the family have been forced to go "on the run" to escape Imprisonment or death before a firing squad. With heroic acceptfortitude the Irish people-aras best ing these cruel misfortunes they can? rather than bow In subBut mission to imposed might. tho strain is becoming very heavy. Humanity is shocked at Its burden upon the weak. President Harding voiced the true sentiment of America when he wrote Iro-lnnd- 'H Merlin Hogan, former well known amateur ball player, has returned from Akron, where he has been for a year. and Misses Mrs. Joseph Lutes Agnes and Ruth Roby spent last week as guests 01 . Mrs. uenruae Mattlngly at Samuels. Mrs. Mamie Wilberdlng had as visitors last week her sister, Mrs. Michael Krebs, and Miss Rosalind Krebs, of New Haven. em-nloy- ed This is an absolute sale. You win or you lose on April 28th. Wo sell no land privately, but do an exclusive auction busino private ness. No set price, no reservation, no sale. This has been our motto for the twelve years we have been in business, during which time we havo operated from the Great Lakes to the Gulf, and have never failed or refused to sell a single piece of land, or property of any kind after it was placed under the hammer. You make the price. The Government makes the deed. That's all. OUR GlXAJRASrraE J 421 W. Chestnut Street! CLEANING FURS yVVyVVyyyVvyVVyyyyyyyy Coffee Prices Lower "We $1.75 Suits Men's Three-Piec- e Suits $2.00 Men's WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF Two-Piec- e For Detailed Inventory, Terms, Etc., Address Quality and Service Our Metto. Louisville Real Estate and Development Co. Starks Bldg, Louisville, Ky. D. C. CLARKE, Pres. Sales Agent, War Department, U. S. A. FATHER M'GOVERN DEAD. Very Itev. Thomas S. McGovern, former prior of St. Louis Bertrand's church, died In New York Tuesday evenfng after an illness ot some ford, Helen and Marcella McKenna and Mrs. J. E. Pitt, of Fairfield, were visitors here last week. Miss Esther Cahill has 'returned to Sacred Heart Acamedy after spending the Easter holidays with her parents in Crescent Hill. Miss Elizabeth Mahoney has returned to Sacred Heart Academy, after spending Easter wek with her mother, Mrs. Eliza Mahoney, at New Mrs. S. E. McKenna, Misses Staf- - offer excellent Coffee, tli r co pounds for 85c This means only another decrease over the old prici or this Coffee. This is the best Coffee for the price on the market. Give us a trial. MISSION FOR MEN . ST. PHILIP NERI'S CHURCH FLOYD AND WOODBINE JOHN M. MUIXOY 212 TVEST MAltKET STREET. Established 1888 Both Phones 1323 DR. M. P. DANHAUER e that "the people of America will never be deaf to the call or relief In behalf ot suffering humanity, and the knowledge ot distress In Ireland makes quick and deep appeal to tho more fortunate ot our own land, where so many of our citizens trace kinship to the Emerald Isle." This relief fund Is not partisan. It will go directly to those who need It most. Every dollar will do a dollar's worth of mercy. Surely Hmo T?nhr MftOnvfirn was Sta a nroiect so worthy will bo abund t Inn or! ImrA (rui nrlor from 1911 to antly supported by humane Amer 1914, and trom hero went to Minne apolis as prior, wnere no sunereu icans. a breakdown in health nebr the end iuriuji uia T Mllimlll A lOI niS lerm. T..u( H Uln uuuwiihd EMITS A WHINE. ho wn n. universal favor ite with young and old and many Premier Lloyd George emits a sincerely mourn ma loss. g whine about the unALUMNI ANNUAL. fairness ot American newspapers; he eays they will publish Asquitns Association xavir' Alumni A.I1 OH It rinnimnlnHnna nf iha Tllfiplf nnrl Tan announces iu .. l.n... t.i uuuui i"" "" policy, but will not publish his de- - wilt reproduce its annual dramatic nresent tense. This is equivalent to saying ninv mut vA.ir It will strongest "The press told tho Angelus," one of the that can and that it the American be most dramatic plays truth the case would not look quite produced upon the American stage. so black for the Government. No "The Angelus" deals with a great one knows better than Lloyd George and momentous question of the portrays the that If he permitted the whole truth present day,ot besides it. and devoted a faithful to fee told the world would ring sentiments mind. One of its praiseheart and with denunciations ot British sav- worthy features is that it is a play agery in Ireland, but he is careful nf fnrvn nnrl merit. On this aC attempted by an that the world shall not know the count it is seldom Xavlcr's Players amateur cast. St. truth and his hypocritical whlno Is therefore deserve credit in presentmeant to prevent the world from ing this production and expect to have the same success as attended inquiring too closely into his "My New Curate." heart-rendin.- J , Haven. Miss Mary Kate Cotter, who spent Mm TT.nnfnr vnentlnn" with her nar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Cotter, near Shelbyvllle, has returned to bacrea Heart Academy. M nnrl Edward G. Millet announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Marie Miuex, to kod-e- rt The wedding will E. Hesston. take nlaco in June. Mrs. James Padtret announces the engagement ot her daughter. Miss Nell Mahoney, to James P. Flynn, Beginning Sunday Evening, April 40 J. C. R1EGER HIGH CLASS 10 DOS DENTIST STARKS BUILDING Y M. and 7:40 week Evening services at 7:30 o'clock. Masses at days. Conducted by Very Rev. J. R. Clark and R. L. Finnerty, of the Dominican Order. . Sob Phone, City 4300 Ciimb. Phone, Main. 3 5 80-- 1 LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK Por Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a total deposit of more than $13,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by tb bank. people of Louisville at this safe, conservative Joseph Hubbuch Sr. & Son Dealers in PHOTOGRAPHY 810 BAXTER AVENUE Opposite Cave Hill Cemetery X, O - ot Washington, Ind. The wedding will take place In June. ST. UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND FIHMP NE1U MISSION. WALL PAPER AND BUGS FALLS liae-na- s CTTX Philip Nerl's church this evening nf 7 an The second week of the mission, which is for m&n, will begin at St. n'nlnnlr. Tho 5:40-an- d west market st. U Km HALL BLDO.. AK kbA othfts VMS H. J. JANSEN'S DANCING ACADEMY Ai Vmi4tltonal rroysrty at Xiowtit B&tM la City TSiABlQlldfl masses are at and the evening exercises at 7:ju. Very Rev. J. R. Clark and Rev. J. L. Finnerty," ot the Dominican .order, are conducting the exercises. QUEEN'S DAUGHTERS. mission 7:40 o'clock raeras's ASSOCIATION Incorporated movTDEjrr 8. B. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON 9 tm onr.TixfAw mriT.mNO Classes on Monday, Wednesday and Friday Nights Homo Phone, City 7720 Private Instructions by Appointment , FIFTEENTH AND JEFFERSON STREETS THUD IT WORTH TO EAT IN A ' FRED. C'LOEMKER FOURTH AND i R. A. Fine's Pharmacy DRUGS Prescriptions O.ur Spcclnlty "ASK YOUR DOCTOR" Cumb., South 1881 and 9211 Home, City 18S1 nnd 1882 FOURTH AND HILL STREETS "YOU'LL WHDLE" 01 STAND FOR THE RIGHT. ' f to may manage The Premier throw dust in the eyes of the world and blind .them to the realities of the situation In Ireland, but there are signs that an influential section ot the English people, namely the International Leagueof Women, can not be blinded to the gruesome facts. These good folks, led by Mrs. Asqulth and Mrs. Despard, are engaged In tf campaign of education of the English masses, and they denounce in and out of season the Black and Tan kind ot government that obtains in Ireland and sand boldly for Ireland's right to This is a very good augury of the future, hut whether or not these good women convert the majority of the English people to their viewpoint, the fight for freedom will be carried on until the victory is won, or until the Irish race k exterminated. USHLBSB PROPAGANDA. papers The Tory and magazines In this country that and 'bribe asMDted (Lord Northclffle's to elreulate British propaagadaj fund md publish Mes about eoadKloos la fxfoad tvow find themselves In a rn their blood predlctont to pro-Eagll- eh FOR MONMY. MAKERS OF CORRECT FITTING GLASSES to those having regular Loans of salary, with no publicity MOURN HER DEATH. A, W. Goldstein, Herman H. Goldstein, Chas, T. Kijkneier, Optometerists. r red tape. Loans to housekeepers Dr. security. a their personal Mrs. J. H. Miller, a pioneer resiSPAGHETTI EGG NOODLES dent of (Lebanon, passed into eternal Ian, Edna McCarty, Lucille Bratcher MACARONI F. R. POOLEY! rest from the home ot her daughter, and Mary Caummlsar. Building, Beam 1. Courier-JournMrs. George Neville, at Natchez, RECENT DEATHS. HOORAY FOR SHERLEY. 41B 8. Foartb Street. Miss. The remains were brought to held Sunday afternoon death called Lebanon and funeral services mass Announcement was made this Mrs. Margaret Monohan Barnwell, Saturday, the requiem high Rev. week that Sergeant Luke Sherley Home Phone, Parkway B0 homo. 1321 being celebrated by her son, at 'her Cumb. Phone, soutn azao-- j Cunlff, overseas veteran, prominent ia Geneva, , She had been 111 D. D. Miller, of preaching 111., Rev. nomnornt turf .follower and all- Doliarr street. the seronlv a week and tho news was a Father Hogarty FRED WARNS, good fellow, had entered the around Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and shock to her many friends. Mrs. mon. M". Miller was1 the mother H1 whom the JUUVS Barnwell was a native of Louls- - nf thirteen children of Mrs. May Sergeant Cunlff has purchased GalPRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST Oldest Bank in the State. irllla nnri ta anrvlvnfl hv two arms. following survive her: ot repuThompson, Springfield; C. S. Miller, lant Lad, a thoroughbredwinner on TAYLOR AND BERRY BLVDS. E. Carl Barnwell, Louisville, and - tation and a consistent Lexineton: William Henry Jiarnweu, uicntnona; nnnlls- - Mrs. J. zon Miliar, maian- I hv irantunlrtr (rorlia Thfi Rtfttlln TELEPHONE YOUR DRUG WANTS Ed (Hutrhes. Loulsvillel n tlniiehtfir. Mrs. A. W. Kalaher. Sterling: Mrs. Geo. racing colors have not been solectod and a sister, Sister Mary Rita, ot J. R. Miller. Mt. Rev. D. D. Miller, as yet, but It Is expected green ana CASKETS AND tho Convent of "the Sisters or Mercy, Neville, Natchez; Miller orange, the colors 01 me irisn Geneva; Clarence FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. UNDERTAKERS' SUPPUES funeral services wero held Tuesday Frank Blckert, Louisville. and Mrs. will predominate. It's a cermorning ai si. nngiu a cuureu. (WHOLESALE ONLY) tainty that Gallant Lad will- not go David W. Gibbons, beloved hus to tho post unhonored this spring, SENIORS. NATIONAL CASKET CO. JUNIORS TREAT as Col. George iB. Barrett and Ed band of Mary Gibbons, and for Incorporated a nice along many years a member of the police of Presentation Aud will string friend's with steed. The Junior Class noble wager on their department, uieu oaiuruay anar Academy entertained Eleventh and Magazine Streets the Senior nnnn at his homo. 725 West Broad a afternoon way, where he had been 111 for Class Thursday followed by with MEETS MONDAY NIGHT. Clay and Fulton Streets. See., Shawnee 1863-- L a most City 6910 Besides his wife he theater party, some time. enjoyable luncheon. The hosts were at the very lowest prices. Give us a trial. Inavon a son and two daughters The St. Helena's Co. Hleh Grade Coal Nobbe, Miriam Cohman, monthly business Citv 4489; Main 1058 hold His funeral took place Tuesday Misses Rita Incorporated Christine Moran, Agnes Veeneman, Club will Mondayitsnight at Presentameeting morning from the Cathedral. Agnes Lynn, Clara Stark, Rost Kolb, Many ASK YOUR GROOBB FOR Friends and relatives feel great Mary Rose Kelly, Margaret Mary tion Academy Auditorium.discussed GKNKRAL TRANSPORTATION, be sympathy for Mr. aud Mrs. Charles Canty, Mary Waechter, Virginia topics of interest will is looked TRUCKS FOR PICNICS AND for. D. Ross, 2103 Napoleon boulevard, Wheatley, Lucille- - Reardon, Mar- - and a large attendance 'HAYBJDB PARTTHS" from whom the Anfjel ot Death on garei Miner, ius ;iiuuuiuu, ni- 1129 WBST MAIN BTROBiT TWO CITIES." J'TALE OF PORK PRODUCTS tneir """v "" ceiia unawK, jMae neeier, aiiuuib Buuuay .(.uun. Charles Doherty Ross, leaving the; Johnson, Sherrlll McCrann, Anna This Sunday evening at 6:30 and HOME BODIED HAMS A SPECIALTY Home Phone, City 3147 home In deepest gloom. Funeral , Marie App, Frances Louise Weber, place Tuesday morning, tToian Phalan and Llewellyn Relsert, 8:15 the usual exclusive pictures services took PRESTON PISH AND meets were Misses Elsie will be shown at fit. Xavier's Col at St. Brlgld's church. Tho POULTRY STORE lege Gymnasium. The attraction ECKERLE DRUG COMPANY ci..-n .vnixAo far Mr iiiarv Branch. Adelaide Relsert. Julia Bo will be "A Tale ot Two Cities," Wholesale aad Retail --Lt..ii,n...-,T .t-nank'hoTi. rfefharina Vance. Mary Cafh vt.. , ..L.T..I.. .IhmuL T la l..t n t. it at EVERYTHING OUT RATE ALL THE TIME "k FISH, OYSTERS, GAME1 AND Mary Catherine ' uicK.a a.BcauiBiriy a seven Teel spec Cudahy, held Tuesday morning at St. Wlza- - erlne only a claseic but LOUISVILLB, KY. POULTRY . AND MARKBT ' tacle besides. TVSUtem Farnum Ohio River Fish FLOYD of Charles Bum- -, aad is wrrived Vetter, Anita Bvers, Mildred Menne, ,takes the leading rale In tbte screen Guaranteed Bggs loth Phases C.. ixtkrhi Hamilton. Helea Sehroer. play. m...t. H...M. 4.84 SOUTH rKwrun bi rmml r-- vr " v"7 "r"' Antoinette winvhi. Susan ju!.. daughter, Mm. John Dues. Work Called For and Delivered 2327 WEST MARKET STREET Shawnee 2702-L ters Friday afternoon at the meetat the ing of the organization Knights ot Columbus Home, succeeding Mrs. E. F. Monohan, who served two years as President. Other First Vice officers elected were: President, Mrs. W. H. Duane; Second Vice President, Mrs. D. E. Carroll; Third Vice President, Mrs, Charles Lucas; Recording Secretary, Corresponding Miss Alice Hayes; Secretary, Miss Margaret Laffan; Treasurer, Miss Benita Murphy. The following were named diMrs. rectors: Miss Mary Coady, Fred Lelzer and Miss Elizabeth Sautor. The meeting closed with reading ot the reports of the last year. Mrs. J. B. W&then, Jr., was elected President of the Queen's Daugh- 6 STS Weekly Savings Club START NE THIS MIKTH WITH THE PHONES: Standard Dairy Lunch House Incorporated THE HOUSE OP QUALITY AND QUANTITY Variety of Hot Dishes, Pastry, Homo Mado Pics, Cakes, Heats Bit. SOUTH FIFTH STREET In Middle of Square a nuTi-m- COFFEE EXCELLENT SOUTH FOURTH fl(ML South Louisville Bank 'Poctrth and Central Arcana Ennova Cigar Hcrm Perfccto Schrocr's Smokers (UNION MADE) Home Phone, City 6041 nwAKmCATUR STREET Near Broadway PROMPT SERVICE . ltitfttt Mt LIBERTY SHOE SHOP EDW. B. JOHNSON, Prop SCHROER BROS. Manufacturers of FINE CIGARS 641 EAST JEFFERSON STREET SBB POOLEY The Crystal Optical Co. 611 S. Fourth FINE SHOE EEPAIEING 512 W. Walnut 741 E. Chistnut es al ne-Pi- l nflv-leh- t. A. ENGELHARD w PBNDBNNIS 6t SONS CO. i a a J JR. lite. a. ip Clf I National BanK of Kentucky 1 ue-publ- - NfiTV coal yard s. 0. t. coax. 00.. Sullivan' Transfer HENRY FISCHER'S I I I Qt u-- i .." -- - V JKiNHDTJOKIY ILD IRISH JdCEIXOAJKr. FOR A GREATER LOUISVILLE. xvro WMmj mPGaV4 ' Vand mens &08 W.M ARKET ST.$S FLOORING furnishings ALBERT BACHMANN REAL ESTATE RENTS LEASES SALES SHINGLES LATHES NO. 6 (Grouad Floor) REALTY BUILDING-City 1172 PHONES Mala 71 5 CITY to 490 S. BroklBzldf Brftsok Tar asa wltoi, Itpw A 0u 1714 PHONES Turn Your Vacant Lot Into a Paying Investment OWN. YOUR OWNHOME AND AVOID HIGH RENTS. 2547 wl&&k SJOW.tMtrtHUTT MAIN 140 REPAIRING AND REMQDEL1NG A SPECIALTY touirmitK Main 2448 City 2448. High 661 Select Xpecial DesitfnX l i GENERAL CONTRACTOR .1 Homeky Building Have you planned to own your own home? Remember that nowi if ever, is the time to build BAXTER SHEET METAL WORKS just what you have wanted and move into it. TIN, TDLE AND SLATE R00FENG Every house you build releases another home or apartment adds to the city's Furnace and Refrigerator Repairing R00f Painting a Specialty to your prosperity. Talk this over with your contractor and start figuring today. rAAAAAAAAAbVTHbtlrAAiA;tybb your toys It prn WILLIAM M. HATFIELD Let Mo PIPELESS All Stylo ; . u aaoatioa taat tltam for lit will 442 DAXTER AVE., CHIMNEY POINTING at Underhill MORE LUMBER is used ' Highland 1687; Cumb., East 1715 Figure On Your New Homo Alterations Mode Garages Prompt Attention To Phono Calls CONCRETE WORK A SPECIALTY Parkway 537 CALORIC FUJRNACE SAVES FUEL. You can solve the problem of high-price- St. Xavler's College d ttepalr Work A Specialty Roof Painting GUTTERING AND SPOUTING SHAWNEE SHOP: Tf. E. COR. TWENTIETH AND WALNUT Homo Phono, City 702 SHEET ROOFING, THOMAS BOONE METAL WORKER .g 't t HnlnrlP. Plnnlnod thn Z T3!irnfl 7)atfrAa otuij nuuig mm,w. Akwv.uo airAMrmlinim i show that tine CalorlO saves mnfonffid UiiC-lill- fuel by Installing j. . ' 113 W. Broadway, XiomlarUls, Xy. Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers. Scientific Classical, and Business Coursei, Preparatory Department. Lexg. Swimming- - Pool, well Equipped Gymnasium. Terma moderate. Bro. Benjamin, Dlr. In the construction of your home than any other material. Wo furnish tho best lumber at reasonable prices. ' SEE US ' ' OUR BEST SALESMAN IS GOOD SERVICE HOUSE WIRING AND ELECTRICAL P. B. H A W K I N S PRACTICAL ELECTRICIAN STREET REPAIRING Fixtures Furnished HIGHLAND 704 Estimates Furnished 1002 EAST CALDWELL - lu iul-- .l IU UUC-MU- h l.1 1948 ; Cumb. Phono, Mala 913 '( !( McCOY REALTY COMPANY AND FARM PROPERTY 112 SOUTH FIFTH STREET . CITY, SUBURBAN 81 KENYON BUILDING t e c t Gall Ub Whon In Neafl of t PAINT MATERIAL PROGRESS PAINT MFG. CO. 620 WEST MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE, KY. t t t c t t c this Is in addition to heat- ing the entire home more thoroughly uniformly and than any othor way. The Caloric Is the original pipe- less furnace, and has features that can not be had In any other pipeless heating system. We'll sell you a CalorlO under a rigid Money- Rack Guarantee of warmth and satis faction, BOMAfi-SUMMER- kUU u m 1UB1 t COAL 2d and Water Weit Ky., olean lamp Biff Clean Nut, no alack CASH CO. City 3141 Main 3141 86.50 80.00 WILL B. MILLER COMPANY TWELFTH AND OLDHAM CITY 2750 NATIONAL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION CO. Incorporated 64-5- PHONES: SOUTH O. 0 2750 BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING LOUISVILLB, KY. J. B. Ohllgschlager, President A. jr. Ohllgschlagcr, Secretary HOME PHONE, CITY 6529 GENERAL CONTRACTORS $5.25 L. P. Blackburn Bleb, lumpy mine run Per Ton Delivered Anywhere BLACKBURN XX 17 Haul It, $1.25 Per Ton eia Cloier Tlpurea on Biff Ordera PLUMBDtfG AND E. Davis & DAVIS HEATHfG L. H. HARPRING ROOFING AND JOB WORK SOUTH SHELBY STREET Cumb. Phone, South 1704 CORNS.BUNIONS lupowhg ted AhMratl Malic SctatiritiHj Trutrt 2040 FRANKFORT AVENUE Homo Phone, Crescent 71 LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY 572 HARDWARE AND STOVES roiMTS AND WINDOW GLASS 1236-123- 8 S COMPANY HARDWARE ER'a. VY Dr. "glaaaW. Uriah Z. Litsiy East Highland 72 Homo Phone, City 5480 Home Phone, Crescent 285 INCORPORATED 31C-31- 7 V West Jclferso- - St. 1 iTKi ipiy Chiropodist 007 Starka FLY SCREENS METAL WEATHER STRIPS Bath PboJes Bailalaa ADAMS & BALLWEY 078 BAXTER AVENUE - KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE - Mark Valea, Prea. 3. O. Jaooba. Sea and Traaa IX GRATJMAN ALPH 147 BELLAIRE AVENUE C. KAU F M AN LOUISVILLII, KY. B. Parkway J. JOHNSON & SONS CO. Cumb., South GAS FITTING AND SEWERAGE BUILDERS PHONES S25-- J ROBERT E. SCHULER . J. J. MUELLER PINE TAILORING CLEANING AND PRESSING Home Phone, City 6283 705 EAST 5IARKET STREET LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY CONCRETE WORK OFFICE: 701 REALTY BUILDING 13G-- L PLUMBING 1000 LYNNHURST AVENUE Repnlr Work Promptly Attended To 1009 MARY STREET Phone City 5708 CO. CHAS. J. MERIWETHER City 9196 INTERIOR DECORATING ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN TIFFANY BLENDS DINING ROOMS, OR LIVING ROOMS Glazing Parlslenne Echo Stone In Its Beautifying Soft Tones Will Harmonize and Lend Class To Any Part of Your home . Rent a Royal Electric Cleaner Incorporated Sealara Xa All Saaa of moa as4 tor Slxtnrea, Batea, Caaa JUtf- era, Snow , Oaaea, Conaten, amel-rW- DESIGNER AND BUILDER ARTISTIC HOMES Main 345 Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night bis MAor munrr ty III! Heme Phone, wist xto. ' a08 STARKS BUILDING TELEPHONES McDANIEL BROS. AND EMBALMERS 4448 PARK BOULEVARD Parkway 287 Phones South 311-Incorporated FUNERAL DIRECTORS Home Phone, Shawnee 899 0. K. SHEET METAL WORKS Incorporated Can Bo Made Most Beautiful When Finished In Our Transparent JOHN F. WILL M GALVANIZED CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY GENERAL CONTRACTORS IRON CORNICES AND SKYLIGHTS REPAmiNG OF ALL KINDS CITY 1705 ' 3MAISON 17 ART Main 2714 PHONES 430 SOUTH FIFTH STREET City 8483 Ernest Oatey Drug Co. SERVICE, PROMPTNESS AND Reinforced Concrete, Wrecking, Excavating and Granitoid Work 3330 WESTERN PARKWAY TIN, SLATE AND TILE ROOFING 042 EAST ST. CATHERINE ST. OTTO J. OSTER -- LEWIS DOUGLAS MORTON BODY BUILDER AND WHEELWRIGHT C. A. KOERNER & CO. To HclpYou "With Your Cleaning ACCURACY CABS AND TRUCK BODIES A SPECIALTY Phono Us Now. Bards town Road and Longest Ave. VARD3TY WOODWORK GENERAL CONTRACTORS REPAIRING Highland 1169 East 91G8 035 EAST JEFFERSON ST. OFFICE AND YARD: HOME Piroyia., rrrv nm . Chil tiers Elect. Co. Incorporated 135-M333-33- V.B.A.. HUBER HAND STOKER 25 PER CENT. COAL SAVING. Combustion City 38 . 5 City WEST MAIN ST. aln PROGRESSIVE WORK FLOYD AND BURNETT STREETS Guy Lcbcr FOR PROGRESSIVE PEOPLE LOUISVILLE, KY. We Heartily Recommend tho IMIV WM. P. BANNON CONTRACTING Progress Laundry Co. BOTH PHONES 299 MENDING DONE FREE AROOLA HOT "WATER nEATING LEBER BROTHERS INTERIOR DECORATORS HOME PHONE, KENTUCKY Chas. Leber PLASTERER RALPH C. SrIAW .PLUMBER Engineering 521-2- 3 and Furnace Repairing City 38 800 NORTON BUILDING LOUISVILLE, CITY 2700 COURT PLACE " SODA FOUNTAINS BILT.RITE IOELESS Two carloads of samples on display. Ordor now for spring delirery. prices are lowest and guaranteed against decline. Easy terms SEVENTH AND JEFFFERSON STREETS BROOK AND BLOOM GAS FITTING .. SEWERAGE City 8380 635 SOUTH JACKSON STREET Cumb. 3. 154 WE DELIVER IMMEDIATELY PHONE US YOUR WANTS Phones City $826; Main 1264 Rome Phone, City 7804 ALBUS DRUG COMPANY Cumb. Phone, West 412-Home Phone, Shawnee 803 Incorporated W ' C. C. B ICKE Incorporated L OF C O. MANUFACTURERS 520 Our KY. JOHN OGLE COMPANY LOUISVILLE, Frank Hartman & Sons HOUSE PAINTERS AND DECORATORS 1800 WEST MARKET STREET Residence Phone Shawnee 12 2- -J Tho Store of Quality, Value and Service Where tho Sick Ones -- HENRY GOSS ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING Receive tho Best W9T FILS0N CLUB AND HENRY WATTERSON CIGARS IAIN STREET LOUISVILLE, KY. SHELBY AND MARKET STREETS ' TIh Roofs Repaired aad Painted Asphalt Shingles a Speecialty 2011 WEST BROADWAY COAL REDUCED-AP- RIL ... DELIVERIES CI HERE IT IS AT LAST! Whether Watch Crystals Fitted 20o Watch aad Jewelry Repairing GEO. C. WETSTEBN Manufacturer of MONUMENTS 808-810.8- It Bo Bread, Rolls, Cakes, Biscuits or Pastries, Their Success Is Assured by the Unfailing Quality of The Radius Jewelry 408 SOUTH FOURTH Shop AVE. VU SNOW OLA.D FLOUR WM. KASTELHUN, ASK YOUR GROCER Sole Distributor City 1479 rtfa jorFmuSo46r attaidCpmnm dalCart. nu Twa SHOCK ABSORBERS ,, anc, Next to Rex Theater Opea Hreaiags Until 9 P. AND ST Wilton Jclllco Lump Harlan Liimn Hazard Lump eledom1118 Per t0n . ?hj. ; su rn.,i ........::::8.25 West Kentucky "Lump "i:::::.".";' l6SS than ab0V0I)r,ce3 lr 3 dumped not shoy- - .98.23 West Virginia Lump ore ?.. CEMETERY WORK EAST KENTUCKY Home Phone, City 178 Siullon Byrne JOHN 21 rjberl Speed Coal Corporation 1NOOXTOJU.TMD Incorporated PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS 8104 FOURTH AVENUE, TAYLOR AND BERRY BOULEVARDS Your Patronage, Largo or Small, Always Appreciated PARK 202 500 PARK OAKDALE DRUG COMPANY KY. HASSLER SALES CO. Cltj 271Z Phones Main 8473 Demling's Pharmacy DRUGGISTS APPRECIATED THIRD & SOUTHERN PARKWAY Phone Parkway 113 YOUR PATRONAGE WILL BE H. A. DOLL CONCRETE 315 Guthrie Street. B. RATTERMAN WORK NOW Both Phones 315. PHONES SOUTHERN BRICK & TILE CO. Incorporated MANUFACTURERS OF CONTRACTOR AND BUDLDER 621-62- 3 BAXTER AVENUE Either Phone FUNERAL DIRECTOR H.B0SSE50N FRED ERHART Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Telephone 1022 OSTRADER & HARRIS LOUISVILLE, KY. ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N. W. Corner Fourth and Jeff men PHARMACY No. 2 PACE BRICK, COMMON BRICK EIGHTEENTH AND JIADISON STS. AND DRAIN TILE T. BISHOP, Agent OFFICE: COR. THIRTEENTH AND ORMSBY LOUISVILLE J. H. KOCH & SONS CONTRACTORS li WEST MARKET STREET Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland West 1179. 105 DEALERS South1622 IN GOAL NATIONAL HATTSSB 325 WEST JBF7BRBON gTRBBT DYERS AND GLBANKRS CALL FOR AND DBLTFHS Home PhOB, City 19S1 Excavating and Concrete Work Wrecking Old Buildings A Specialty Home Shaw. Hdme Phone, City 5437 1116 WEST HILL STREET LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Cumb. West 295 THE BLATZ QUALITY PAINTS AND VARNISHES PRESERVE AND BEAUTDJY Best Servlco Moderate Prf 319-32- SIMON -- P0NTMCH ad Creeniwood, OOP 121 EC. BROADWA ---- rPhonea Oitv 547 KENTUCKY L. KOELLNER PLUMBER 028 SOUTn SECOND STRKBV Both Phones 2344 Both Phones 2406 FLORIST . Cut Flowers, Designs, Plants Twefity-etght- h 5 Country Style Sausage Company Manufacture Sausage Like Mother Used To Make TIOME KILLED MEATS Giro Us A Trial ABd Be Convinced W B ARE We Deliver Anywhere In the City Home Phone. City 4338 KAST JEFFERSON ST, F. F. Valinoti Electric Co. CityHM. SOUTH SHELBY LOUISVILLB, KY. ST. liV UNI'M '?4 KECO inwmr m STORAGE OF AUTOMOBXLHS City 4782 NIGnT AND DAY. INDUSTRIAL LIGnT AND POWER INSTALLATIONS, RESDDENCB Gfoaeral Repair Work, Oleaalag aad PeUehiBg. WmiNG, FIXTURES, LAMPS . AND REPAIRS CntKck?-Indian- a Automotive Co.. City 4597 "We Use tho Golden Rule" 913 WEST MARKET STREET JNO. P. MORTON & CO. 0- call uaros - INCORPORATED Ostebltehed 18M aTATZONHRS HAMBLY AU Loatorllt, Ky PRINTflKO Oil and Grease XR ALL PURPOSES Keataeky Ooasaaaers Oil Oofapaay Keataoky OFFICa OUTFXTTHW mOM STOKHs Kinds at r&otwsar Tor m Whole TMally BROS. GOING PISHING ' , 1 South 847-Job Work Promptly Attended To W Broadway at First. 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Waaterer la the price o the good to a eah or a charge eastoaer, that la ate the price to a Heaseaeld Olsb Plaa ewatOBaer. There la poattlrely so adTaace. of this method are rrt-iJ ifa f 'iBBF iiaBBBliaBBBr91BaBBBBBBS' fjABBPT , BBBBBBBByBBBBBlP4tKSrBBBBBBBBBBBBl bbbbV tzJ& W4 liBaTaaTaBlTaaTaBflu re BlaTBaTaaTaaral v BBbbIvLjbbbsvm'k STWaSSSSl 9Wp 5? BawaraBi vJuB aTvaraw -JBm. aW aw 'if & ?m gtfjt aB IP' iaawaawaaVaBatvMaKV vjaBBBBBBJBBBBflyBj VTJf bJV-aafaf bbbbbj IBI' bbbV JBLV flEt A result of Armenia's martyrdom A gentleman who has but recently returned from Armenia writes: "A few weeks ago on the Erivan Plain, Armenia, I saw a little boy who had no COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS SURETY parents, no friends, no home nothing but the open streets of a mud village and a wall to lean upon and a pile of straw to share with the dogs at night. "I saw him standing heedless of the red dust cloud, his head against the wall, his only garment just enough to hide his nakedness. He had eaten of clay and grass to We Make a Specialty o! All Branches of Dentistry. In the Elimination of Pain. satisfy the gnawing of the everlasting hunger. We Use All Modern Appliances 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET "In one hand he held three watermelon seeds. With the other he feebly plucked Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. 4g93 at them & to extract a meagre and miserable nourishment. All the hopelessness of th Phone City 4503 Near East was in that deselate little figure. Had he been the only one, he might not have seemed so dreadful. But in this one small hamlet there were ten or twelve like OFhim. In the countryside round about were thousands in a similar appalling state. "I was told he had been a waif for two years. Two years of mud and dust, of rain With Minor Repairs Free Saves Baying. and hail, of running sores upon his head and bedy, and of insects that 'fed upon them. " Rug Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed. I saw him wave hand them too weak Carpets and a at to drive them away." Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. Suppose that a little boy of yours, terribly deformed by starvation, to k AND DYERS fight off devouring insects, was found hoarding three dried seeds three watermelon CLEANERS XNCOBFOBAHBD seeds the only food left for him in all the world. Plant 009 South Sixth. Office 017 Soath Feurtli. Would you say that civilization had failed? Would you not feel that the heart of FOUNDATIONS CONCRETE humanity had died that something was tragically wrong with a world that would not FOR HOUSES A SPECIALTY help your child? Proctor-Mitche- ll Co. Five dollars a month will keep a little child alive. MAIN 2679; CITY 2098 703 REPUBLIC BLDG. Out ef the abundance God has given you surely you can afford this much. Drs. Harrison and Strassburg ro leily -- are bo "eeafideBtlal arraHgeraeHta." U la eeadated ape aa epear baafa with a tlxei Mhedale ef rate. The first pajweata aHd the Btoathlr payaaeate are the saae to all. There AN INCIDENT IN A LAND NEAR GALILLEE. 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- faiHtlo olv',rl'"lIT ished THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW i ; i j ; j 4,l-ki-- l -! - ! $10 eeeeeeee0eteeeeeeeeeeeeaea) Where the Quid! Meal Comes In Where the brightest Where the Ughteet; Where boeae fa la SWISS 'CLEANINGMEN'S SUITS- work meal too-wea- SWISS cooked beat; Where the range ataada the teat the where That'a "Quick Meal" comes the u Where work U dose Where eooktsg m real faaj Where baklag area lighti Where dradge la aa algkt where That'a "Qslck Mea- l- m -- QEHER & SON, aWBBmammaaiaBaBaBW.BBBBBBBBaMMBeMmBBBBBBBBBBBBaB Qalek Meal GaalRaagea Sold, laatalled mai HIgl l7Jeommm4tA w. ma&set st. THE NAME KENTUCKY & INDIANA PRODUCTS COMPANY MEANS PURE PASTEURIZED MILK AND DAD2Y PRODUCTS BUTTER A SPEOJAiTY The customer will know that you watoh his interests if you sell DON'T FORGET THAT GRAYV0N ALLMEN Sanitary Milk Co. HOME OF Mail Checks to MAJOR JOHN H. LEATHERS, State Treasurer, Near East Relief, Louisville, Ky. I. PRODUCTS FOR SALE AT ALL GR00ERS & n. KENTUCKY AND INDIANA PRODUCTS CO. Incorporated JACKSON AND FEHR AVENUE BOTH PHONES 4262 Puplished weekly at Louisville, Kentucky, required by the Act of August 24, 1912. MOftJtMaUmBl e Adress. Name of Editor, William M. Hlggins, Louisville, Ky. HOME Associate Editor, John J. Carry, Louisville. Ky. tt ii OF Publisher, The Kentucky Irish Amor-lea- n Company, Louisville, Ky. HIGH CLASS PICTURES Owners: (If a corporation, give ARD A. L. G U N N names and addresses of stockholders holding 1 per cent, or more of GOOD MUSIC. total amount of stock.) BAKER AND CONFECTIONER William M. Hlggins, Louisville, Ky. John J. Barry, Louisville, Ky. CREAM Mary H. Hlggins, Louisville, Ky. Avoid Known bondholders, mortgagees and ' IiADEES, . AVOID TUB RUSH. other security holders, holding 1 HOME PHONE, CTTT 6574 4305 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET per cent, or more of total amount Bring your last rear's bat to us of bonds, mortgages or other securities: early and save money by having it None. reblocked in the newest shape. Wo Have Forty Now Shapes To KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN CO. WILLIAM (M. HKKJINS. Select From Our method of reblocking, clean- Sworn to and subscribed before ,mo your home hospitable and attracMake ing and 'dyeing has proven a great this 1st day of April, 1921. tive this winter by the the addition of success. Our forty years of business CHATTIE HIGOINS. attractive and correct lighting. is our guarantee. N. P. J. C, Ky. Commission expires January 10, When you bring your hat to us It reliable PORTABLES, PLOOR LAMPS, LIGHTING PURNITURE you are bringing and to a will get 1922. you Louisville concern the best attention. PERFECT FITTING FALIiS CITY STRAW WORKS 713 "WEST JEFFERSON STREET SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES zxooaroKaVato North Side WALNUT THEATER STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT, CIRCULATION, ETC., OF THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. DR. JOHN P. BECKER OPTOMETRIST Practice limited to diagnosing and correcting defects of Eyesight by the fitting of proper glasses. SUITE 315 STARKS BLDG. Third Floor COR. FOURTn AND WALNUT STREETS Homo Phone, City 1180 HOURS 9 A. M. TO 6 P. M. OR 1 BY APPOINTMENT at$egSeS)(8a;eaHeiajS)a)a)aea)PfJlBSg ! Post-Offic- IS THE PURE MILK GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH,i:PROP. ASK YOUR GROCERS, Funeral Director idnd ,: Embalmeri ASK FOR gBOTH PHONES 810. ICE Ladies, the Rush EWING'S DAIRY PURE WHOLESOME SAFE. I SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS, mm99f999mfmmmm9f99Utmmtm94 1529 WEST MARKET STREET Brighten Up Electrically! THOMAS KEEN AN PRODUCTS ..IMJ2SrEBiAr BOMEPHONBSS DIRECTOR.. .CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971.y ELECTRIC Main 1800 SPECIALTY COMPANY WET WASH VWVWVVV'VVtW FUNERAL DIRECTORS x 628 WEST JEFFERSON City 897 Crystal Electric Washer and Wringer. Universal Farm Lighting Plants . HARVEY-J- E LICO aMooaroHAVW) COAL OMEIGA CO. CLEANING, DYEING, PltESSEKG. REPAIR WORK. S"W SOUTHERN OPTICAL CK) Five Cents Pound Your entire family wash done for what it costs to feed the J. J. BARRETTS 50NSI AND EMBALMERS. TFkzat4' S&-ti-r- a S1.00 FIVE CENTS A POUND FOR EACH POUND OVER 4EWENTY STRICTLY SANITARY EACH BUNDLE WASHED SEPARATELY .NO MARKING OR SORTING Main wyvvi)tAwtvvvtvvwvMJ( vf;- SIZQ The Company With the Ceal ani the Service. Tarda located at Fifteenth and Magnolia. Yard at First and A. Yard and Elerator, Fepe and Payne Street!. Beth Phones at All "X ardi. Main Oliice 411 Starks Balldlag 426 E. CALDWELL 'ST. ' Jl Mrs. Nellie Broderick. Prop's. All work called for and delivered. Hats cleaned and blocked. "All we ask is a trial." Phone City 1419. Oculists' Prescriptions. COMPANY Fourth and -I- RAPP'E CliestHHt. WW. HHt !.- - w999m9mM f.MSJW.It.lNwfiH.rtTfMt. Wall CefU&Braia Tile, YHrS . Xraef Ofcea. K. A. XM99 Borne Pfeee. City 7696 Work called for one day and returned the next, Just damp enough to be Ironed at once MjMuimitimwMMmtMitnM('mt 0OUGHETY & McELLIOn 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, BEHA LAUNDRY CO. GITY 4617 THE VERY BEST KEAT HAKK1T aaa TteUU IIP. ; BANN0N PIPE CO. Baamaa's Fateat Five Lialag-, Sewer aa Cslrart ?ie,l EPPINQ'S SOFT DRINKS j ( WaelMMle Lliiei Fit far Steam Ca4ltf , St yaatx, TaU ATO xa Kteta ef aatoa IInm . 3)e TH0S. H. BEHA, 1'residcnt aad Manager 818 SOUTH CLAY STREBT . Funeral Directors BOTH Canb. Mala !" and Embaimers Heme C Ity S988 2 alata Sllt-- Y Highland 572 Camb., Main 496 SOUTH 409 East 572 Z 3PII02SCEXS. 2008-- a HAST JJtyjTMtaoW 8TKBBT ! : Yin Free, Irk, - Home, Otty 4996 Ky Yes Wfll Better at Sparrier'a" HHMHttH 4Mttj Ftre Bricl Crate a Seller Tile, Fire Clay, camsey Teas. STREBT. MAIN nPPICB JWOllKSJ-Thirtee- atli 36 SOUTH THIRTEENTH i JOHN B. WATHEN rowwrufw atovxmi ami 111 - FANOY GROCamEBS AND DHLli CATbbWKT FRB8H MSATO AND TBQSTABLbW PALAOI 0L2ANZRS A DYKKS Incorporated Mil. THONES CITY S07. IPUiiLX Wast 1H4 bULUZJOM THlRTT-FOUJt'r- a ) Breklawiea Mlata a4 MagoaMa I tawae LOJttt a' STACSi SkawMe 1117 BXFBRT OOCANKRS OF LADDbS' AND GaWTLSMlSN'S WBARINa QI00IRT 00. APFARHi ft BROADWAY ARTHUR H. ROHMANN, Masager WalamtSea. laeaee West 8(1 I. W. Cer. TJOri D. L. DirectorBAX and Embalmer. Funeral ltl'119 M. CBOBfTNUTv t LOCnHVZ&Ua, KVt --- .-. til. V. it