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Kentucky Irish American: April 16, 1921 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1921 kec1921041601_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: April 16, 1921 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. HIKB TO UEICK8 THEOWMtVATWNSTME Ht AtMs Yh HEICK Miy Kted li 33 GO. HARDWAR RUT B BARDWARi 333 W. Market St. Ham 432 lwIHk, Ky. Kentucky NO 16. tor the machine. The negroes who do not thrive on protected gambling names and who aro not Influenced by tho promise of Shawnee Park for IRI sh COMES AS NEWS TO SOME. 4V i ftw- American are glad to be back in our own country." Tho welcome that awaited Cardinal Dougherty in Phila any ever wit delphia surpassed nessed in tho City of Brotherly Love. PHONE: HONE M KMN 8ery JJrlrer ao Sioort LctltYWe Tuktk t Itmki U IneorprM4 ' ES'Ou VOLUME XLV1. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1921. PRICE FIVE CENTS. REPUBLICANS PROPAGANDA colored people only fought the resolution strenuously and many of them served notice that they will Using Press Correspondents ns Press not vote the straight Republican tlckot this fall. Harvey Burns, who Agents Tor Hcrt and Ills is the city official undertaker and ' Aides. proprietor of several "soft drink" stands, and Detective Sergeant Bell, who has a mystic pull with the colored voters, are being depended on them In Tobo' and All tlio Rest Never Had n by the machine to whip line. Look In For. Federal AppointNear Mayor Smith must have pondered a whole lot after his recepments. tion at the opening ball game Wednesday, when contrasted with the greeting ho received his first year In office. Then the big crowd who Near Mayor Smith Receives "Frost" thought that he might serve as Chesley," Mayor Instead of "Mr. n Ball Park From Disapgave him a glad hand. The second pointed Taxpayers. year of his reign only .the Keystone police and City Hall employes chered the near Mayor, despite the KEYSTONERS BLUNDER AGAIN.; nflnut C?vftt had dwindled to a small handful of tlio TCovstnnnrs. thn mninrllv nf politics, them by this time knowing that f To the average one wonders by what means the ("Mr. Chesley" was tho real Mayor, machine Repub And Wednesday, the fourth year of their "hokum" his debut, It was sure sad. Not llcans put over press correspondents oven a ripple of applause greeted Etorles on the "Smithy" as he donned a ball playTimes and ers' cap, and his welcome from the of the Courier-Journa- l, Post of this city. The same stories biggest crowd In tho park s history In the Herald are accounted for by must have made him think he was In Cave fact that the machine organ will.. tinilnpnrl Hill Cemetery. It was an the rAnf iaf . w vr lr M)n lUjr UUUl.lVlU6 t.M.uu ireilUilll nn.. T.rtrt1lrtlHn t afl tn .twi' I ..Uh..w H tornrnrla w..uw nlrl How Tobo and his campaign boodle act- dy Ed" was to act as battery mate Republican politics. for "Smithy," but he wisely ducked ive In local Hardly had tho election excitement the issue, knowing that when tho oassed away than .these newspaper voters reverse a majority of 40,- correspondents began to give us 000 In one year It Is risky to appear dallv dispatches from Washington, in public assemblages like a ball (?) telling of Tobe Hert's certain! crowd where they can openly One Is told of famous to the Cabinet. One Iciso you. day It was the Secretary of War, (long walks, but the near Mayor the next the secretary or savy, anu.musi nave lounu mo distance irom then the slush editorial writers the pitcher's box to his seat the The hero on the Bingham papers and the longest walk In the world. Herald would print flattering culo- -, "frost he received from that great gles of the old Prison Warden, In- throng was mado inedible by the tlmating that President Harding tact that mo: of those attending should be proud of the fact that voted for Smith, lower tnes, econ Tobo would grace the Cabinet with omy and reform. Tho Log Cabin is tho title of the his presence. The New York Tribune, leading Republican paper, official publication of tho local Re said that Hert was Instrumental In publican machine and is maintained raislnc several hundred thousands by the Republican League. The of dollars to pay off the Republican i Republican League Is maintained by campaign deficit, and If this same collecting two dollars apiece from thing was dono In u constable's race city and county employes and forty tho parties to it would ho licensed dollars or more each In campaign times, but of course the Republican of election bribery for a position. Tho Kentucky Irish American "reform" administration is opposed Bald at the time that despite tho to elaim shaving and political h and the Bingham Bcssmcnts. The Log Cabin is writers there wasn't the posed to publish propaganda boost- slightest possibility of Harding ap- Ing the local machine and admlnis pointing Hert to tho Cabinet and It tratlon and we clip the following required no great mental strain to irom the latest Issue, and .venture student-osup-slus- - ITHE WAR FOR ALL EXCEPT WAS FOUGHT SMALL NATIONS vJJ IRELAND" &rAbft "" Alajor Putnam Falsifying American H!story In the Interests of Men and women of all races and rfrnorl. wlineA linvn Tifwtn linnrta England. touched by the authentic reports of tho terrible, suffering and poverty among the women and children of IRISH RELIEF DRIVE. TfititiipUv 1irnnrhaa nf tlio Amnrlpfln Ireland, are contributing generously Ills to the fund being raised by1 tho IRISH-AMERICA- iwlR fi'S "cEn tricks in his repertoire. The third year the greeting Mnrln n fv s rl ti r rx - men and women who served and suffered in the late war are told unpleasant news, i Irish-Americ- an Maj.-Ge- Dawes on Committee to Aid , Suffering in Ireland n. represented by a- formidable one. Those who are expected to go from Louisville are Owen Sullivan, Sr., Rev. John O'Connor? Rev. Patrick Walsh, Rev. Francis Martin, William M. Higgins, Thomas Walsh, Owen Sullivan, Jr., John Gorman, Mrs. Walter Smith, Mrs. John Gorman, Mrs. Shoemaker, Miss Annie Cum-mlng" Hoover Aide Heads Effort to Raise Fuud for Ireland's Needy, s. . you'll have to say that tho Log Cabin Is right, there must have been a big saving in the street appropria- ion. As far as we know the near- est to spending money tor construo- Hon or reconstruction was attained by tho Board of Works when bids Rico, Ches Searcy Commlssolner of were accepted for street work one by the Lower Internal Revenue, near Mayor Smith day, but rejected Federal Judge, anu Able Netter . Board of Council the next. All of this Minister to Tlmbuctoo. Louisville was a sort of little is pure "hokum" handed out by the Monte Carlo of Its own this past Charles G. Dawes, Chicago banker, Republican machine, and Tobo and week, two traveling carnival shows who held the rank of major general in the his followers can not get close being stationed at Twenty-eight- h has accepted the post of enough to Harding to hand him a' and Broadway and Logan and Goss, A. E. F., of the American Committee for only Job3 coming toieverv known eambllnc device helne Relief in Ireland, which is engaged in red annle. The the machine are the few Federal ap- - on the grounds while our Keystone in?4nnon tn fowl. pointments that some Kentucky Re-- police were at each place In large dothe and shelter the children, women ' publicans have to fill and Senator, numbers. The diplomatic carnival anA aeel sufferers in that country. Erhst and his colleague, Maurice proprietors were wise .to the fact Others serving in the 6ame capacity with Galvln, have to put their O. K. on I that the old town had an arrav of the committee are Henry Morgcnthau, "yap" cops, so they plied them with Jane Addams, David Starr Jordan, Tobe's requests at that. The political situation In Louis- red lemonado, peanuts and free adville, Kentucky and the entire Unit- mission to tho big show. That was J Senator Medilf McCormick, Governor ed States was aptly described by an heaven indeed for the boys from Edward I. Edwards of New Jersey; old negro who was talking to a Horse Cave and Gravel Switch, and Governor Edwin P. Morrow of Kencrowd of fellow loafers in the negro they were too busy to have eyes at tucky; Cardinal Gibbons; Governor O. H. Shoup of Colorado; and Josephus district on West Walnut street the all for the many skin games in opDaniels. The campaign and the distri6ther day. The darky said: "Wo eration. Nor has the Keystone pocertainly got bamboozled when dey lice department the slightest clue bution of relief in Ireland will be along and tole us dat after we voted for Hand- to the army of burglars (it must entirely ing and he wuz elected den we have been an army) that robbed lines. Contributions should be sent to would have nuthin' but prosperity, qnd ransacked house after house In the local treasurer or to John T. Pulleyn, but all us niggahs have been loafing the Highlands last Saturday night, 1 West 34th Street, New York. foah months now, and dey tell me nor ha-vthe owners, sorry to say, it's goln' to be wuss." And the ne- hoard of a clue from the ten autoKENTUCKY'S DELEGATES. groes are not'the only ones who are mobiles stolen in Louisville this mourning over their support of past week. Here's a brilliant exA well attended and enthusiastic Harding and prosperity. It's the ample of police efficiency: A seventeen-- meeting of the American Association old, old story. The big corporations, year-old boy residing at Brook for the Recognition of the Irish Retrusts and manufacturers that form and Ormsby left his home after mid public was held Tuesday night In the backbond of the Republican night to inquire as to the delay ofj Holy Rosary Hall, when nearly a party In America, are collecting his father coming home and to rel- hundred names were added to the their campaign contributions Just ieve the anxiety of the mother. membership roll. Rev. John O'Con now and they are collecting It at The father was a distillery guard nor presided and Miss Mary Cor the expense of the worklngman. All on the Seventh street road and was coran cave a full renort of the nro- of this means brighter prospects for detained a little later than usual ceedlngs of the State convention at the Democratic party, and here in because of sickness of the guard Lexington and the growing interest Kentucky Hert, Searcy and the rest that Ordinarily relieved him. Pass- - In this mnvAmnnf thrnmrhnut tho have conceded defeat and are sac-- , Ing Seventh and Magnolia the young state. The nroceedinea wore en- narty tnan was halted and searched hv liuonnri Uv ' avarai wnit ronrinrA.il rinclng the ReDubllcan the St?te .,nJhelr mdl '?u.0f the eBtre?t, jar police,, vocal solos and numbers on the vlo- to save for the Nothing more harmful than a hand- - iin ami niann rpnAnroA hv vminokerchief was found, yet the boy was ladies of Holy Rosary Academy, Those close to tho machine see taken to the Sixth district station The Chairman Introduced Rev. the forlorn hope and Chief Petty, nnd from there In the patrol to Cen- - tin O'Connor, Rev. Francis Martin, tral There J. Doyle, J. Dowllng wll3' other leaders Bur- - rome Station. by he he was queried Peter declared theand John influences more are Intelligent (?) who subtle grasping at the prospects of Federal night 'once. In-tmeantime the of English propaganda In this coun- B(uih,l handwrlt-- i father of the boy returned home try are startling when one stops to Ing on the wall. Sheriff Ross and tnd both father and mother then consider that British agents In the nave.been grayed and worried Into a frenzy as to what United States not only attempt to humlllated openty Ross has had become of the boy. Finally the Inaugurate observances of distinctly boen told to go to. But that Is nott"yacs" who don't catdh burglars or nn.Amorii.on onnivorioa in tki tSiubl8, Th,e v2teIs iat, bl!t.mku b,unde,rfl countrybut try to use purely per cent, of .the Re- - Ike this, contribute the boy to walk American holidays as occasions for publican vote In Louisville, the ne" Cr gro vote, have rebelled, and there to Brook and Ormsby at 5;30 in ?r the The National Secretary of the Is trouble in camp. The negro Re- morning. American Association for the Recog- publican machine leaders tried to a man oing out secona street nltlon of the Irish Republic, D. C. through at a was hit In the head and relieved of O'Flaherty. has notified State Secre- force a resolution m eettng of the Paul Lawrence Dun- - his watch, baln and money by a tary Hlggl'na that he expects more ,uo evening,.. hub. un eirugKiin 10 nis leet tne than 5,000 delegates to be In at- and Tr,a' was more .trouble. The crook gave him back one of Ji! own tendance at the national convention there resolution was to Indorse Lucas for dollar bUls, "Here's for you, cap," m Chicago, on April 18 and 19J01- Collector and pledge support of the the hold-u- p man said; "My pal Is eiratsa' credentials and nrnTioaom Republican ticket this teH. Harvey t Seeond and Chestnut, and If you mailed to all branches, and wMIe we u""u,e 6y " P l Repusliean negro bow, led the fflgfat you. the delegation, Kentucky will be an I aaojtUL&n ?n.. .f. cn; tucky. haa rebuked Harding given its electorlal vote to Gov. Cox; tho Eighth district had defeated King Swopo, tho only Repub to lose In- - the lican Congressman united States. These disappoint-Icrntl- c ments came after Hert, Searcy and our "oratln" Governor had been wined and dined by the big Repub- lican bosses, hailing them as the Ken- -' "men who now controlled tucicy. uut tne election resuiis. spoiled all those pretty and also the chances of Hert for the. Cabinet, or outside Federal appoint ments for the machine followers. Lately tho press agents (not correspondents) have tried to gull tho Louisville public Into the belief that Paul Burlingamo would be Governor Goneral of Porto -tete-a-tetesj y SITUACTONJ-'BiIgFICUIr- . JLf2aSSirmaji ,.jmrnaji1jXd girl will agree with the statement Here It reads: Did you know that your Republican Board of Works spent 9147,-00- 0 less in 102O thnn the Domo- Board of Works spent In 1015? We'll tell the world that that is tho truth and furthermore if the Democratic Board of Works spent I a dime In any year it Is just a dime, more tnan tiie present uonru or Works spent. When one looks at yie dirty and dilapidated streets ,:;,, fH J The appointment of "The "Catholic Lord, Edmund Talbot, as Lord Lieu tenant of Irealnd, has been received at the Vatican with satisfaction, as perhaps indicating the beginning of a new policy leading to a solution of the Irish problem. It Is considered as a step of withdrawal from what Is regarded as the lrreconcll-abl- o position taken so far by the British Government. The Holy See also Is pleased that a Catholic should bo appointed to a post always heretofore given to a Prbtestant at least since the days when another Talbot . was Viceroy under James II. It is also observed that Lord Edmund Talbot's appointment is, strictly speaking, Illegal, because tho Catholic emancipation act of 1S28 establishes tho rule lhat the post of Lord Lieutenant of Ireland Is reserved for a Protestant. The home rulo act takes away that disability, but it will not go into force until April 19, so until then Lord Edmund's nomination Is contrary to i jaw The situation of the Vatican Is On the one side .Is Eng- difficult. land demanding through her repre-- ,' sentative. Count do Sails, that the authority of the Pontiff be enlisted j In favor of the of order and the acknowledgement of British sovereignty In Irealnd, while on the other side the Irish maintain that the Holy See must stand for the weak against tho strong, sup- port the faithful against heretic and uphold the right of tyranny of usurp- I a-; tlijxiTl . gjfCyjfiAv.j. Captain John F. Lucey, one of the six ' wi.th.Herbert Hoover, di-- 1 J?nK? Commission for Rehefm Bel-- 1 . ,..' 2i" I , nib Drivileee of Americans." . 'n Lucey said, in accepting, "to be i dra..cd for aid to children and women in , need, without thought of sect or politics." Contributions for the Committee, ' which pledges absolute in all its work, should be sent to local) committees or John J. Pulleyn, treas-- t urer, 1 West 34th Street, New York City. Car m,Mf:r,.e ..... Mr "tt, - bA 2- -- al MAYOR OF CORK TO LEAVE. M' - M!lt0r he :" i'upKu. fore the CoramlJon 61 the Com- - and other Eastern cities, who met mlttee of One Hundred, investigate him at quarantine. Coming up the bay he spoke of the generous re-in iremna. iuk conuuic-n: s nf an- at Philadelphia, however, that notice had boen served on the. Labor Department that a writ of habeas corpus would- be applied for if any effort was made to deport the Lord Mayor. "O'Callaghan will re- main in this country until he con- a'ders It safe to return to Ireland." Doyle said. The Lord Mayor came rfl-n tv. TTtr,,,i a,ot. if miino-counsel Unless tho courts Intervene. Donal O'Callaghan, Lord Mayor of Cork.l Saluted with the blowing of who camo to this country last Jan- - whistles by steamers In the bay uary as a stowaway and without a' Dennis Cardinal Dougherty, by must depart on or before adelphla, returned Wednesday from June 5. Orders that Immigration Rome, where the red hat was O'Callaghan Into ferred upon him by the Pope. The take custody, should he be found within prelate found thousands of admir-th'- e United States after that date, era assembled to greet him. They were Issued Monday by J. J. Davis, packed over- Battery" Park and becretary of the Labor Department, flowed several blocks In the chasms At tho same time ljt was disclosed between Broadway skyscrapers. As that T the State Department denied the prince of the church stepped off Tifl .iwil inniind- me Tfts'a n4tlr ...a uuiu ijui a iiohwuu, wuwau- - it municipal ooai inai lanuuu mm ing that he was entitled to asylum froin the liner Olympic the whistles In the United States as a political began blowing anew and the crowd, rmugee. vuauagnan was in wasn- - waving flags and banners, cheered Inston Mpnday, but neither he nor for several minutes. It was the his attorney, Frank P. Walsh, had noisiest celebration lower Manhattan any comment to make on Mr. Davis' has seen since 'of ... i Phil-passpo- rt, 1 CARDINAL WELCOMED. a a 1 1 uitit vna twia for the Lord Mayor, w and tho Police Do- partment Band the new American Cardinal motored uptown to the home of Archbishop Hayes, where he remained until Thursday. Every hat came off in respect to the prol- ate as his party drove by. Onboard the police boat which brought him to the pier, the Cardinal was sur- 200 rounded "':.i:Ji,.Li. and lay- ... Cort of i... police th-da- mJj ys return-endeavo- r - : rontinn WORLD'S -- OLDEST WUB6T. Dandu- -- luvy ran el.r (inter nf Marv Tnamartilato , died Tuesday at St. Boniface. Man- ttoba, at the age of 102. He was e said to oldest Cathelle priest The Rev. Father Damage ' ?" ?" the village" of La and heard we feel certain that the f ""rw, Quebec, 61 , TBe parent- - anions In thev Unitedin State are age. are Hnrnno. ter than .m tha 23. 1819. la in be-th- n w.. w. .., w. Great interest Is being shown In America by authorities of both churoh and State, he said "It Is! trnnH in ha hsV .. nni num lain) In wu w .. M w wv vw U nwk.t the Cardinal told newspaper men, "In spite of all the courtesies and kindaswea shown to us in Italy and ..nr.ii nrtv 1 wx si, ... con- - bet- - w Committee for Relief In Ireland, ac cording to reports irom unairman Owen Sullivan and the Rev. John O'Connor, in charge of tho drive In Louisville and vicinity. While no complete returns from tho drive, Severely Condemned For which was launched last Tuesday, lean Attitude and are available at this time, It is Activities. generally supposed that Kentucky's quota of the national fund being raised, which was fixed at $50,000, subscribed. However, has been while the intensive drivo is over, in DISCREDITS OUR TEXT BOOKS. evory district volunteer workers are still on the job, and subscriptions are still being recolvcd daily and the campaign will continue until Major Geor.ro Pnfnnm - woii May 1, when It Is expected ,to go known Now York publisher, over $25,000 here. Rev. John late Deen engaged In. British has of propareports ganda efforts la Cannln. Tn nn nl. O'Connor, tho Treasruer, that St. Louis Bertrand's parish had dress delivered before the British contributed nearly $1,000 and that empire league in Toronto on Feb$100 had been realized from the en- ruary 17, the Major assorted tertainment given by the pupils of WO (In ithO United Statosl urn that ro. Holy Rosary Academy. A list of the vising the .popular attitude toward nrlflltlnnnl alima rnrfllvorl htwI Tint England. "In .the States," yet published will appear next week. he said, according United Toronto to a cauiegrum receiveu una weeit Telegram, "wo aro nowthe straighten from C. J. France, head of the ing our historical text books so Quaker Unit oporatlng Irf Ireland on that out they shall umn behalf of the American Committee, hereafter, so that .they shall dotrntii fair gives a graphic picture of the dis- justice to the bravo deeds of tress prevailing everywhere through- so that our now igenenation others, may out the country and tho great in- have a truer conception of Britain. crease In unemployment. When wo do that w make honest confession We havo now a commlt-te- o VINCEXTIANS. revising our history largely to give England credit for tho great The quarterly communion and also the general meeting of tho St. work she has dono for the world, Vincent de Paul Society, postponed which credit our itext books from tho second Sunday after Easter, The Statesman, a liberal review1, will take place next Sunday, April published at Toronto, fittingly ques17, on which Is celebrated the colemnity of the fiftieth anniversary tions tho attitude assumed by Major Putnam, saying: "How Major Putof the Patronage of St. Joseph, un- nam reconciles his criticisms of his der whoso care the Universal Church own country with .his patriotism as was placed by v His Holiness Pono Plus IX. On July 25, 1920, our an American oitizen it Is difficult to As an "Empire apoloHoiy vainer, pope iienedict vx., re- conceive." minded the faithful of this action gist" In Canada ho has elicited the of his venerated predecessor and in- ridicule of Canadians; and as an vited Catholics throughout the en- American laboring as "savior of tho tire world to observe this annlver- - British Empire" Jio has reaped their narv hv acta nf nfotv nnrl nnlomn distrust and disrespect. But the prayers, and consequently the Coun- campaign of tho Empire League lias another to it. The Statesman cil General is desirous of honoring St. Joseph tnis year In an especial flatly asserts that ".the British EmIs a federation, 'of manner.-- Tho goneral meeting of pire Leaguo tne various conferences will be held Protestant organizations for tho In the Knights of Columbus Hall at suppression of , public discussion on ho future status of 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, when labor "problems-war." Rev. Father Francis Martin, of St. Canada, and the Auglo-Irls- h Patrick's church, will deliver the And oigain, entering Into .further tho Toronto weekly directs address. attention to the character of the League, stating: "The VIVIANI'S MISSION. objects of tho British Empire Tho mission of M. Vlvlani, envoy Leaigue, addressed by Major George extraordinary of France to America, Putnam, are: "The suppression of the Sinn Fein does not seem to be gaining support for tho peace treaty and tho and other disloyai agitation in CanLeague of Nations. Reports from ada; to Insist on uso of tho English language and respect for the flag, Washington lndicato the Knox peace with Germany, especially in the schools of Alberta will bo reintroduced in ConcrpRs and 'Saskotteheman, ns against the soon and mat it win be adopted, trench language of ithe French- ,.' Canadians: to nrrvfost mrnlnat tho Tim n.o.iJnri i ..i.i . !. ! annulling of marriages by the Ro- of It; but he does not care to have it pressed just now, lest it man, hierarchy In the Province of may Interfere with his plans for an Quebec which aro logally performed association of nations for, the pro- - Py Protestant ministers (this protest mntlnn rf noonn Tul ,1.4 IS dlrCCtcd aCainSt itho. t!W tlhfLf in s the treaty and tho Leaguo of Na- - Quebec ho civil law upheld are nast historv aR far na Jiastical Judgments anent the nul- marriages that contravened '" Amerlca Is concerned. inon iawj ; ao proniDit tlio entry Into Canada of all Hearst publicaBEQUESTS OF CARDINAL. tions; tho appointment of a commlt-te- o and permanent Secretary to The will of Cardinal Gibbons disthe poses of a personal estate of about of all loyal $100,000. To Bishop O. B. Corrl-ga- associations of Canada such as the Sons of England, tho Army and administrator of tho Baltimore diocese, tho Rav. T,. t SHrV. Navy Veterans, the Great War Vetney, rector of the Cathedral, and tho erans' Association, tho Irish ProtestRev. E. J. Connelly, Chancellor of ant Benevolent Sociotv. St. Dajvld'a the diocese, is left the bulk of tho Society, etc., and ail Protestant late prelates estate. jn a "private church synods, which havo already memorandum he designs tho dis- parsed resolutions along the abovo position of certain funds for Cath- lines, thus securing n. ,tronr Prntna. olic educational purposes in the ant federation throughout Canada." Tho Statesman) does not 'hesltato archdiocese. to tako Putnam to task for his two fold activities. Commenting on tho DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. fact that the speaker charged he had Louisville Circle, Daughters of been Inorrupted by Irishmen in tho audience, that weekly replies: "His Isabella, will hold their meeting Tuesday evening at unpopularity is not duo to his views Knights of Columbus Hall, A talk on the Irish question but to the by the Rev. Father Dlomede will fact that no is engaged in falsifying lend Interest to the meeting. Tho American history in the interests of motion film, "When Women Work," tho England he, as an American will be shown through the courtesy oitizen, so assiduously serves." The of tho Kentucky Consumers' League. Catholics Of our country should iarn This picture has been issued by the noto of the combination of issues in Women's Bureau of the United mo propaganda the Major is engaged in. States Department of Labor. C. B. of C. V. BILL SHOULD PASS. rLEASED AUDIENCE. The first joint resolution to be put before the Senate on Tuesday All those who attended the" Pre wua mat oy senator Robert M. sentation Academy Alumnae enter Republican, of Wisconsin, Tuesday evening were deproposing to express the senBa of tainment with tho programme, every Congress that the Republic of Ire- lighted which elicited generous land should be recognized by the number of Tho work of applause. the orchesUnited States. tra, under the direction of Miss Elizabeth Coleman, was especially COVINGTON DONATIONS. fine. Onthe programme were Misses Vortner Gertrude Rev, Herbert F. HUlenmeyer, Klapheke. Doris Allen, Grace Wiland Chancellor of the Covington diocese, liams, Ruth Gohmann, Henrietta reported that the collections for Evers, Bettle Lewis, Ernestine Irish relief up to Thursday of last HInes, Louise Berry. Elizabeth week totaled nearly $11,000. Dunne, Margaret Hammerstein, over $1,000. EHzabethMalone, Margaret Miller, Thelma Cuscaden, Margaret Horan. NOTABLE VICTORY. Mary Waechter, Antoinette Goss, In tho recent professional elec- and Mr. Harlan Monroe. tions of Paris, held to select memMISSION CLOSES. bers of the Council of Judges, which decides disputes between employers The men's mission whlrh hnn and workers, Catholic trade unions conducted at St. Louis Bertrand'8 are said to have won a notable vic- cnurcn this past week under 'the tory over the Socialist organizations. auspices of Father Fannan and Fa- iner usmii win come to a close toCONSISTORY. morrow. All will receive holy communion with the Holy Name Press reports are that another at the 7; 30 o'clock mass and Society the exconsistory, at. which new Cardinals ercises will close with sermon," will foe created, will be held la rosary and Papal benediction June. in the evening. r. Two-Bold and Efforts Elicit Ridlculo of Canadians. Pro-Britis- h Anti-Roma- n nir (hare-withhekl." an-gi- do-tal- l, anti-Cathol- ic i." eccte-tion- 1 A se-ou- ro i n, 'l l semi-month- ly i! ..31 Vl te, - hn at-7:3- 0 .z'ii'iiScJi JBSMCJOKTSr KENTUCKY IRISH flMERKflK. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. (Vvrtad to XWLSH AJSUaJ&XCAJ3. v'.afPHiaa COMING EVENTS. t nd CthoUci day afternoon. tht Social and Moul Advancement ol IfUh Americans of 7 Entertainment April Ancient Order of Hibernians. Yonng Men's . Officially Indorsed by St Anthony's Hospital Sowing So,' Institute and Catholic Knights of America. ciety afternoon and evening. Incorpo.trf. May 12 Moonlight excursion of Publishers KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Columbia Athletic Club, on steamer S1NQLBC0PY 5c Island Queen. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, May 12 St. Denis parish May Stcond-CUi- a Matter. Gntcred at the Loulivllle PoftoMlce ai festival and roast pig and chicken AMHICAN, Wt Lllwrty StfHt supper. Utmt U Cosunsnlcatlans ta tin KENTUCKY IRISH Annual May festival May 19-2- 0 of Sewing Circle of Academy of Our Lady of Mercy, In academy 2C-2- Social In St. BoniApril 19-2- 0 face Hall by Married Women's Society, both evenings and Wednes- Jackson Democratic Club WILL GIVE A DANCE IN EDWARD C. EARLY CANDIDATE FOR THE f TYLER HOTEL AUDITORIUM Wednesday, Apri 27 Speeches by Mrs. Ben S, Washer and Hon. W. W. Davies. Dancing to start at 8:30 p. m. sharp. "" ArAnArAnAr BAILIFF Subject tu Action of Democratic Party.. POLICE COURT 319-32- 1 ifmADEij)Nai; auditorium. ANNOUNCING THE CONNECTION OF f I Strauss Clothes For Spring Are Here HkftAAAA k trirA A fc A A A kijf. r nuTSVUXR. KY SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1921 policy. SOCIETY, f - j j '." The Times saya: "Were it . certain that the present methods of WITH THE bilLee Patrick Sweeney has returned perfifty-si- x J administration in Ireland will II Germany can pay to relatives at Jasper, Alsace and sist, the situation would be hopeless, from a visit lions after having lost Ind. Lorraine, her colonies, her shipping, but they can not persist, for they Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Duffy ore, and their authors stand her cables, much of her iron have returned from a four months' On the Other End of Your Home Phone City 4S76 trip in Europe. and etc., her trade, great numbers of AT CAMPBELL AND JEEFERSON ST. why Unless Englishmen have foresworn Mrs. William Kelly has been en her men as well as her credit, many of their ancient reputation for Justice, tertaining as her guest Miss Stafford can't England, that took or airneiu. these things from Germany, now pay tho unjust stewards of their moral McKenna, by p.iu!'iion Johnson Mattlngly and family, of will b? cal'n.l to strict back the nfoney loaned to her OPEN FOR BUSINESS Bardstown, have come to Louisville the United States? asks tho Catholic account." This is strong language, to make their future home. News. and coming from the Times indi-- i Mr. and Mrs. John Brady, of Covcates that the business men of Eng-- J ington, spent Sunday with Mr. and EDMUND TALBOT. land are waking up to the harm tho Mrs. M. J, Donahuo in Clifton, SATURDAY, APRIL 16 Irish situation Is doing to Groat. Mr. and Mrs. John II. Flood are Women's and Children's Ready to Wear. Men's Furnishings and Piece Lloyd George and liis Cabinet Britain economically as well as mor- again at home in Lexington, after qualities.. All articles in store are styles must have a very strange notion of ally. This augurs well for tho fu- -, spending the season at Winter Park, Goods, in correctPolicy and serviceable sell for cash, small overhead, small fresh Buy for cash, and new. Our marFla. patriotism if they imagined Irish gin and utmost' value. pt the Irish cause. Make the Ohllgschlager has Catholic lure Miss Catherine that the appointment of a Irish situation a source of economic to St. as Viceroy would have any bearing loss to England and a change ot( gone towith Louis and spend several Mrs. Joseph Mr. weeks queson a settlement of the Irish John Bull's Lynch. given out by policy will follow, for tion. Yet we see it Speth C. Bolger,. organ is his pocket-boo- k. Miss Nellye correspondents in London that be- most sensitive rate, England can, Court, entertained at C o'clock dinINCORPORATED any At ner In honor of Miss Katherlne cause Lord Edmund Talbot is a 329 WEST JEFFERSON STREET afford to lose the worJd'a good Catholic, peace is expected soon in not Is a point that Irish or-- j Miss Nellie Bolger entertained at Ireland. Talbot has been known as will. This A her home at o'clock dinner In Ireland in ganlzations should not forget. one of the biterest foes of economic pressure In the ipres-- j honor of Miss Catherine MoMahon, British politics. He is a Catholic, little or anairs is au mat na an April bride. It Is true: but that has made him ent state Mr. and Mars. Louis Potter, of Prices low and quality good. We also do all kinds of commercial and connor will itfl needed to force a radical change in Paducah, have been visiting Mrs. vention no friend of Ireland work. English policy towards Ireland. Re- Potter's sister, Mrs. Thomas recommend him to the people of IreIn the Welsslnger-GaulberIs not a call tho loans and Tefuse to buy land. The Irish question Paul Sullivan, of Los Angeles, ' 421 West Jefferson Street. religious question. Some English- British goods, or insure with British and Edward P. Sullivan, of Akron, companies, and tho battle Is won. arrived Friday to spend several days men persist in believing that it is noma Phono, City 4300 with their mother, Mrs. E. M. Sulbut they are either in bad faith or NONE ARE SO BLIND. Cumb. Phone, Main 3580-livan. they are very ignorant of the true Mr. and Mrs. Matt Foley, of Chisituation. At the Baptist Tabernacle Confer- cago, former Louisville residents, Joseph Hubbuch Sr. & Son ence in Atlanta, Ga., tho Rev. L. G. announce the arrival of little Mary Fn Dealers In gives The Broughton denounced tho Irish fight Virginia Foley, born on Tuesday of WALL PAPER AND RUGS for freedom, and his bitter attack last week. JTtED;CTLOEMKERP Black friars, the widely read and on the Irish, Germans and Irish Mrs. Frank Buerck, who underFALLS CITY HALL BLDG.. popular Dominican monthly review, Catholics was printed in the Atlanta went an operation at St. Joseph's 1126.1128 WEST MARKET ST. Infirmary, has returned to her home published in London, which has advertisements as paid matter. The on Douglas boulevard, where she is FOURTH AND O STS been lukewarm toward the Irish local Baptist organ, the Western Re- doing nicely. C. RIEGER cause, in its March issue gives place Obaa. S. JCrapp McKay, Miss K. Jl. Xxapp Mrs. editor Wallace corder, and its narrow-minde-d HIGH CLASS by one of Home Phone, City 700S to an article written go on record, as agreeing with the Frances 'McKay and Master Gharles English descent living in Ireland, fanatical Broughton. Tho report of McKay left last week to visit Mrs. PHOTOGRAPHY KRAPP'S MEAT MARKET tho son of a British ofllcer, portray- the Commission of One Hundred, McKay's 6lster, Mrs. Nye, In Bowl810 BAXTER AVENUE ing Green. Wholesale and Retail ing things almost Incredible con- comnosed of men and women of all Opposite Cave Hill Cemetery Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Johnson cerning marauders and murderers, faiths, means nothing to small bore announce the engagement of their bxzv, pomx, ysAz, ajtd persecuted All Xlnas of Smoked XMti daughter, Miss called police, in that minds like Broughton and the son, to Emll A.Evelyn Louise JohnSOS EAST JBFFER80N Besten. The wed8TREBT land. The article, covering four- Western Recorder editor, and ding will take place in June. teen pages, clte3 many things done though all the world will say that Mrs. William J. Young will re- "Ton "Will Do Bettor at Spurrier's" of late that have never been pub- England Is murdering and persecut- turn the first of next week from START ONE THIS MONTH WITH THE lished, but which the writer has ing Irish people, no word of sym- Indianapolis, where she Is making a FANCY GROCERIES AND DELL seen or heard, and is not printed In pathy will be wrung from them as ten days visit with her parents, CATESSBN FRESH MEATS Louisville Bank AND VEGETABLES the interests of any political party, they can see no wrong in anyone Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Taggart. Misses Daisy Belle Kehoe and Poartb and Centrnl A venae but solely In the Interests of truth. killing or harming a member of the Edith Weber, 'of Jeffersonville, reSPURRIER GROCERY CO. Its readers it will hated To thousands of Church. turned Monday from Hanover ColRoman Catholic & BROADWAY H O X Sf be welcome reading. Tho publica What a beautiful of lege, where they spent the week-en- d conception may do Christianity do we get from Rev and attended the Phi Delta Theta Shawnee 1817 Phonos West 8B2 Oa ror<nre, Diamond and other ! tion of the painful facts oonal Property t. Xioweat Bate la 017 something to end a state of affairs Broughton and Rev. Victor Mas- dance. ' Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. McDer- PEOri.E'3 FBOTZOZHT which, in the words of Sir Philip ters, the latter editor of the West mott announce the engagement of ASSOCIATION is "bringing dan- ern Recorder of this city? Glbbs and others, their daughter, Miss Susan Barr Incorporated to Raymond Gordon Clark, ger and dishonor upon us EnglishSOS COLEMAN BUILDING SO IS LLOYD GEORGE. now of this city, but formerly of ex8. E. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON men." May all England soon wasnington. perience tho same change of heart, Needy is beside It Tho Courier-JournMiss Elizabeth Dodd and Messrs. which would speedily grant Ireland self with rage to think that Pres- Leroy Dodd and iLouls Spugnardl, of LIBERTY SHOE justice. d its advice Bowling Green, were here this week ident EDW. B. JOHNSON, Prop. Mr. and repudiated the League of Na as the guests of, and and Mrs. William D. Chester Miss Maybelle FINE SHOE REPAIRING i LLOYD GEORGE. tions, carrying out the mandate of A. Chester, of 1811 South First ) Work Called For and Delivered the American people in the last elec street. A dispatch from London states tion. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pesenecker 2327 WEST MARKET STREET (nee Harley), 2325 that Cardinal Bourne has Informed Shawnee 2702-Ackerman Court, are happy since the visit of KL API IEKE SANDMAN. Lloyd George that the Catholic the stork on April 12, who brought at a recent Bishops of England R. A. One of the pretty and interesting to them a lovely little daughter. The meeting decided that it was the duty weddings season was solem proud parents are receiving many ofthe DRUGS of the GoVernment to recall at once nized with nuptial high mass Tues congratulations, and the celebration Prescriptions Our Specialty police from Ireland. day morning at St. Brigid's church, of the christening will sure be an the auxiliary l'-Vf$9r "ASK YOUR DOCTOR" The auxiliaries are the "Black and when Miss Irma Klapheke became event. WL'W S v ,V Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J, Moriarty it, j. PHONES: ' Tans" whose atrocities in Ireland the bride of William J. Sandman, announce the engagement of their 7 .4fcxJiaH Cumb., Soutli 1881 and 9211 have made the name of England In- Rev. Father Jansen performing the daughter, Mary Rose Moriarty, to Home, City 1881 and 1882 ceremony, which was witnessed by Harry L. Sweeney, famous throughout the world. Will large the marriage numbers of friends and ad- ceremony to take place at St. Louis FOURTH AND, HILL STREETS Lloyd Georgo heed the warning mirers of the bride and groom. church that has been given, too, by six Miss Ida Raidt, cousin of the bride, Bertrand's April 27. on Wednesday morning, Mr. Sweeney Hcrm Pcrfccto Eonova Cigar was the maid of honor, and the at present located at Minneapolis,is Engllcan Bishops joining the ArchScurocr's Smokers bridesmaids were Miss Cletus Hil- - but is a resfdent of Louisville, and bishops of Canterbury n protest Mr. Miss Lucille Dant. (UNION MADE) against the outrages committed in lerich and had hfs brother, Benja- made a host of friends here during Sandman his long service sa railroad traffic Homo Phone, City 6041 by British officials? We min Sandman, for his best man,' and passenger agent, being Ireland transferred scarcely think so. But Lloyd George the groomsmen included John Sand- to Minneapolis about a year ago. SOHROER BROS. man, Jr., and Carl Sandman, brothhas made liis place In history. Ho Readers of the Kentucky Irish ers of tho groom; Victor Hoffman Manufacturers of FINE CIGARS will get his niche beside Attlla tlfe and Robert Bosse. American and his legion of friends w &vmm!mMttuviitixxt"M: Wcnwiww 641 EAST JEFFERSON STREET will be rejoiced to learn that John Hun. J. Holland, who was for some time SETTING A PACE. seriously ill at his home, 1124 Herbert Hoover, whoso name is syn8KM POOLEY FOR UONBY. humanitarian eflort Rogers REALIZE DANGER. Joseph D. Hennessy, President of again street, has recovered and Is onymous with world, has placed the Loans to tnoae having regular out and receiving greetings. throughout the Division 4, A. O. H., is setting a or salary, with flo publicity campaign That thoughtful and patriotic dizzy pace for the members to folr He is one of the original subscribers stamp of his approval on thefor Relief bf in to housekeeper evening for this paper, which hopes that he the American Committeewith which to n red tape. Loans security. Englishmen are beginning to realize low. At a meeting Monday b their personal Ireland for $10,240,000 he announced that the division had will enjoy restored health and be relieve the suffering of helpless children the danger to imperial prestige from secured a corner lot on Cecil avenue, able to call upon us for many more V. R. POOLEY, a continuance or the Government's' to be disposed of by the division, years. Due to oversight his illness and women in the Emerald Isle. Ho wired as follows to Captain John F. Seem 1, Courier-JournBuilding. had been overlooked in our columns. tactics in Ireland Is evident from and that he and Dan McKenna, Lucey, director of the campaign: 410 S. Fourth Street. of the Entertainment prob-l- o Chairman you have underthe attitude towards tho Irish "I am glad to see that ST. PHILIP NERI MISSION. pic Committee, had arranged taken direction of the fund for reh'ef of mof the London Times. The nic in June, and on topfor a that of suffering Ireland. I have never believed Home Phone, Parkway 50 Times watchful eyo has swept the promised with a little help from the The attendance at the men's misCumb. Phone, South 9235-- J that race, religion or politics should enter horizon of British influence and see3 members to have the division In a sion at St. Philip Nerl'a church this upon the question of the alleviation of week has been unusually good and human misery. Your and abundant evidence of not only dis- new home bofore Christmas, FRED WARNS, has pleased Rev. Father Ackerman, efficient work as my associate in the unconcealed! trust of England, but the pastor, and Very Rev. Father J. Commission for Rebel BLESSED ARE GARVEYS. of the PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST R. Clark and Rev. Father J. L. :n p.oimnm aaaiimi me that the work you dislike and hostility on the part of the two missolnaries who have undertaken will be efficiently antLL TAYLOR AND BERRY BLVDS. David Garvey, proprietor of the the free peoples of the civilized have been conducting the mission. TELEPHONE YOUR DRUO WANTS world. Whatever pretension to civ- -, popular Jefferson street cafe and The exercises will close topmrrow economically carried out.' known nil over the city, is being Mr. Hoover wired anotner oincer oi lllzatlon and to civilized processes congratulated on another addition with sermon, rosary and Papal benthe Committee: GASKETS AND "I could not fail to wis. every support of low tha British Government has to his flourishing and happy family; ediction at 7:40 o'clock x Jn the evensuffering. to such an effort to relieve humansupport UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES now cast aside. Pub-Ik- s Last Saturday afternoon the stork had must be will receive ing, and hope you home, 350 6 (WHOLESALE ONLY) over has arrived at the Garvey left there a opinion the world of the community," WILL HOLD FUND. West' "Broadway, and The Committee, which has pledged alL pled the British Government in flne boy. Mr. and Mrs. Garvey have NATIONAL CASKET CO. and which The, $5. 000,000 fund recently of- - its work to be Ireland on a lower leva! of savagery been blessed with thirteen children, Incorporated of whom eleven, six boys and five fered by the Knights of Columbus to has received assurances from the Untn has Eleventh and Magazine Streets than that of the Turks in Armenia girls, place thejr feet under tho fam- the American Legion for of c($tg 34th Street, New 1 at their worst, with ilie result that ily table, with little Phil at the sirucuon or a memorial the nail In ixMflciuarters at West Vcrk City. Its national treasurer is Washington, which was not accepted has bea unable to recover. headl Britain Home Phone, City 3147 rohu J.julfeyn. by the Legion, will be devoted to her foreign markets and Brltteh la- PRESTON FISH AND systhe extension of educational DANGER PASSED. experiencing the worst spell' bor NEW HAVEN IC. OF O, POULTRY STORE tems for former service men and for unemployment In Its history. I Nicholas Bosler, President of the service work- in hospitals, Joseph C. of Wholesale and Retail New Haven Council No. 220S, Supreme Advocate, said TW is what the Tory Government Bosler Hotel Company, who under- Pelletler, FISH, OYSTERS, GAME AND England, hence we went a slight operation Tuesday at Tuesday. Thl decision will meet Knights of Columbus, will hold' an feM dose for POULTRY St. Joph's Infirmary, Is resting general approval, as the Legion's Initiation tomorrow afternoon, when Ohio River Fish a class el forty 'candidates will r9?r Gaaranteed Eggs must' not wonder that the Times comfortably, aeeordlng to attend- preposition was in on any ways 424 SOUTH PRBSTON STREET ueiva utgmd bttltowe for a change in its Irish ants,' aad all daager Is passed. wirr not? THOMAS D. CLINES m With Extra Trousers! Newest styles, latest patterns and from our own New York and Rochester factories direct to you, each Suit with Two Pairs of Trouserv . hand-tailored, AMERICAN PRINT SHOP self-stultl-h- ed d. pjpjYYYY NEW CASH DEPARTMENT $23 J. B. and $30 & CO. AAA AA Ad STORE STRAUSS 236 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE Fourth and Jefferson Next to Busohemeyer's CASH DEPARTMENT STORE OUR SPECIALTY OUTLET n. PHONE 2635 PULS DRY CLEANING CO. G FIRST COMMUNION PICTURES Kee-ga- n, t. ORBSCBNT STUDIO, 1421 W, Chestnut Street Men's Suits $1.75 Men's Three-Piec- e Suits $2.00 WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF Two-Piec- e A truth. wVHHHBHBh Wff CLEANING FURS Quality and Service Our Motto. Vyy-y4 J. Coffee Prices Lower Wo offer excellent Coffee, three pounds for 85c This means only another decrease over tho old price for this Coffee. This is the best Coffee for tho price on the market. Give us a trial. Weekly Savings Club South JOHN M. MULLOY 212 WEST MARKET STREET. Established 1888 Both Phones 1323 DR. M. P. DANHAUER DENTIST 008 STARKS BUILDING Y THIRTY-FOURT- H Herbert Hoover LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK For Your Savings U. S. Governxnent Supervision. More thaq 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 the people of Louisville at this safe, conservative bank. al Approves Relief to Ireland's SHOP Harding-disregarde- l1 UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND ;: H. J. JANSEN-- S DANCING ACADEMY L Fine's Pharmacy Classes on Monday, Wednesday and Friday Nights Homo Phono, City 7720 Private Instructions by Appointment FIFTEENTH AND JEFFERSON STREETS . ,.PH g "YOU'LL FIND JT WORTH WHILE" TO EAT IN A r- - s Standard Dairy Lunch House Incorporated THE HOUSE OF QUALITY AND QUANTITY Variety of Hot Dishes, Pastry, Homo Made Pies, Cakes, Meata 810 SOUTH FIFTH STREET EXCELLENT COFFEE HMM,'MeMftftM f PRICES REASONABLE In Middle- - of Square 004 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Near Broadway PROMPT SERVICE The Crystal Optical Co. 611 S. Fourth 512 W. Walnut. 741 E. Chistnut MAKERS MACARO OF CORRECT FITTING GLASSES SPAGHETTI al Dr. A, W. Goldstein, Herman H. Goldstein, Chas, T. Kilmeier, Optometerists. I EGG NOODLES JR. Fin-nert- y, PBNDENNIS Inc. A. ENGELHARD & SONS CO. CC tyL.KJKJ (&1 Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and Oldest Bank in the State. non-partis- National Bank of Kentucky FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. 1 - Glay nod Fulton Streets. the,very lowest prices. 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Remember that now. if ever, is the time to build . just what you have wanted and move into it. bvery house you build releases another home or apartment adds to the city s prosperit- yadds to your prosperity. Talk this over with your contractor and start figuring today. AAAAAAAAAAi Estimates Furnished HOUSE WIRING AND ELECTRICAL P. B. HAWKINS PRACTICAL ELECT RIOIAN REPAIRING Fixtures Furnished HIGHLAND 704 1062 EAST CALDWELL STREET NATIONAL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION CO. Incorporated 54-5- 0 eel " Home I Building WILLIAM M. HATFIELD GENERAL CONTRACTOR All Style CONCRETE WORK A SPECIALTY Parkway 537 PIFJGIiESS AAAAVlr Its your 1907 duoattoa tlmt will prepare tlum for lit BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING GENERAL CONTRACTORS LOUISVILLE, KY. A. J. Ohllgschlnger, Secretory HOME PHONE, CITY 3529 J. B. 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Ho. 01ty ran? 111! McDANIEL BROS. AND EMBALMERS 4448 PARK UOULEVARD Parkway 287 Phones South 311-Incorporated FUNERAL DIRECTORS Home Phono, Shawnee 899 JOHN F. WILL M " CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY GENERAL CONTRACTORS Reinforced Concrete, Wrecking, LEBER BROTHERS INTERIOR DECORATORS KENTUCKY Chas. Leber MAISON L' ART Main 2714 PHONES 430 SOUTH FnTH STREET City 8483 Ernest Oatcy Drug Co. JHHEBHHHHHHHMi LEWIS DOUGLAS MORTON KsflBMsMnuSnPflHPHnw SERVICE, PROMPTNESS AND C. A. KOERNER & CO. To IlelpYou With Your Cleaning' ACCURACY Phone Us Now. Bnrdstown Road nnd Longest Ave. GENERAL CONTRACTORS Highland 1169 East 9168 Excavating and Granitoid Work 3330 WESTERN PARKWAY 300 NORTON BUILDING LOUISVILLE, ,I0ME PHONE, CITY 2700 C C. B I CKEL OF Incorporated MANUFACTURERS CO. Childers Elect. Co. Incorporated 333-33- HUBER HAND STOKER 25 PER CENT. COAL SAVING. Combustion City 38 5 WEST MAIN ST. City 135 Main PLASTERER FILSON CLUB AND HENRY WATTERSON CIGARS PROGRESSIVE WORK FLOYD AND BURNETT STREETS 520 WBST MAIN STREET T.mmrrT t IVI. wwiiuuu, FOR PROGRESSIVE PEOPLE LOUISVILLE, KY. Wo Heartily Recommend tho OFFICE AND YARD: WM. P. BANNON CONTRACTING Progress Laundry Co. BOTH PHONES 299 aiENDING DONE FREE ARCOLA HOT WATER HEATING COAL REDUCED-AP- RIL RALPH C. SHAW PLUMBER DELIVERIES Engineering 521-2- 3 and Furnace Repairing f City 38 COUItT PLACE IOELESS carloads of samples on display. Order now for spring delivery. Two prices are lowest and guaranteed against decllno. Easy terms BIIiT-RITE SODA FOUNTAINS, JOHN OGLE COMPANY HERE IT IS AT LAST! BROOK AND BLOOM GAS FITTING .. SEWERAGE 635 SOUTH JACKSON STREET City 8380 Cumb. S. 154 WE DELIVER IMMEDIATELY PHONE US YOUR WANTS Phones City 582G; Main 1264 City 7804 Home Phone, ALBUS'DRUG COMPANY Cumb, Phone, West 412-Homo Phone, Shawnee 803 Incorporated W S25 Wilton Jcllico Lunin iT' L. elefoftT Per t0n leM thQn ss sJ-E. sues ivt i7ii, T cst Jtentllcky Lump abovePrlce3 " coal is d.unped-- not 2 97(M) shov- - Byrne Speed Coal Corporation IttOORPOU.TK Frank Hartman & Sons Our KY. HOUSE PAINTERS Residence Phone 1800 WEST MARKET STREET Shawnee 12 2- -J AND DECORATORS SEVENTH AND JEFFFERSON STREETS LOUISVILLE, Whether It Be Bread, Rolls, Cakes, Biscuits or Pastries, Their Success Is Assured by the Unfailing Quality of SNOW CLAD FLOUR WM. KASTELHUN, . ASK YOUR GROCER Sole Distributor City 1479 Incorporated PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS 8104 FOURTH AVENUE, TAYLOR AND BERRY BOULEVARDS Your Patronage, Large or Small, Always Appreciated PARK 262 PARK 500 OAKDALE .DRUG COMPANY aid Libert) KY. HASSLEFTSALES CO. 2d City 2712 el fori TUt IW TM jrProntondRier dot Cats. Comma A (Sp) SHOCK ABSORBERS .vi-vic- e HENRY "GOSS The Store of Qual(ty, Value and Service Where ho Sick Ones ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING Receive tho Best Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted SHELBY AND MARKET STREETS Asphalt Shingles a Specclalty 2011 WEST BROADWAY Watch Crystals Fitted 20c Watch and Jewelry Repairing GEO. C. WETSTEIN Jewelry Shop The Radius Manufacturer of SOUTH FOURTH AVE. Next to Rez Theater Ones Evenings Until 0 P. M. 408 315 Guthrie Street. Both Phone. 315. ASK YOUR GROOER FOR HENRY FISCHER'S PORK PRODUCTS HOME BOILED HAMS MONUMENTS 808-810.8- AND CEMETERY WORK EAST KENTUCKY ST Home Phone, City 178 SPECIALTY ECKERLE DRUG COMPANY EVERYTHING CUT RATE ALL THE TIME FLOYD AND MARKET Both Phones T.nrrTaTTT Station Demling's Pharmacy DRUGGISTS APPRECIATED THIRD & SOUTHERN PARKWAY Phone Parkway 113 YOUR PATRONAGE WILL BE H. A. DOLL CONCRETE WORK CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER 621-62- 3 BAXTER AVENUE Phones Main 8473 .tj.wuc,, AI, PHONES SOUTHERN BRICK & TILE CO. Incorporated MANUFACTURERS OF JOHN B. RATTERMAN FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 WEST MARKET STREET Phonos Shawnee 1243. Cumberland Vst ii7g. Htfmo Shaw. 105 Either Phone ILBOSSEfcSON FRED ERHART Funeral Directors ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING H. W. FACE BRICK, COMMON BRICK EIGHTEENTH AND DRAIN TILE T. BISHOP, Agent OFFICE: COR. TinRTEE.NTH AND ORMSBY South 1622 Phones City 547 LOUISVILLE --- OSTRADER & HARRIS PHARMACY No5 AND MADISON 8T8. J. H. KOCH & SONS CONTRACTORS DEALERS IN GOAL LOUISVILLE, KY. and Embalmers.. Telephone V3S22 OOO 1U. BhfOADWA ? Corner Fourth and Jefferson 26 JTATIONAL HATTERS LOUISVILLE WB8T JEFFERSON STREW! MYERB AND CLEANERS CALL FOR AND DELIVER Home Phone, City 1981 Excavating and Concrete Work Wrecking Old Buildings A Specialty Home Phone, City 5437 1116 WEST HILL STREBT KENTUCKY Cumb. West 295 THE BLATZ QUALITY PAINTS AND VARNISHES PRESERVE AND BEAUTD7Y Best Service Moderate Prin 319-32- SIMON P0NTRICH sod Greenwood, -- KENTUCKY L. KOELLNER PLUMBER 028 SOUTH SECOND STREBT Both Phones 2344 Both Phones 2408 GOING PISHING IF SO CALL MATTHEW HAMMON RBSIDENOE, FLORIST Cut Flowers, Designs, Plants Twenty-eight- h 5 F. F. Valinoti Electric Co. SOUTH SHELBY LOUISVILLE, KY. CALL US FOR ST. . City ItJV SV 1051 EAST SIARKET DAY OR FOR .City 6910 ALL HOURS MINNOWS NIGHT Res., Shawnee 1863-- 1 KECO wurut . . "Wo Uso tho Golden Rule" 913 WEST MARKET STREET City 4782 INDUSTRIAL LIGHT AND POWER INSTALLATIONS, RESIDENCE N WIRLNG. FIXTURES, LAMPS AND REPAIRS City 4597 TOUAF. oners I OF ACTOMOBILaS NIGHT AND DAY. Rfpnlr Work, Cleaning and JNO, P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED stebUstied Pnllshlnz. First. 186 . . Loalavtlit, K Oil and Grease FOB ALL PURPOSBS tcntucky-Indiaa- a Automotive Co. t Sullivan Transfer Co. Incorporated jQKNHRAL TRANSPORTATION TRUCKS FOR PICNICS ANT HAYRtDR PARTIBS" 1128-WEST South 847-Job Work Promptly Attended To W Rrnailvrnv Home Tel. 3063 REUTLINGER ft CO. Adolph OFFICW OUTFTTTHRe TATIONMtfl PniHTJHU KAMBLY AB Keatscky Oomhjhws Oil Company LowtoylUe Kentaoky . - v MAIN STREET Designer and BtdMer of HOMH8 Plans and Estimates Cheerfully Furnished ' LEO H. WEBER MODERN Manager Honxjr Advanced em Tow FbU A Uwr, tnoarsert4 Reatlinger BROS. SHOE STORJW FIRE INSURAN0X LIABnJTY AND PLATS GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRD STREET TORNADO, Kinds of Footwear For th Whole Family Two HAMBLY"S bHotm a&d Ferthwd. and MwgMe JOHN ASSENT PIANO TUNER '1020 EAST BURNETT AVENC8 Home Phone, City 8393 31 S WW fSeonnd' Jpron 1216 SOUTH FRBSTON STREBT mmm oityz am. Tlvrl 8tro Mta IHtfa 8k7r. 1714 OkT 71t "N tiG&i&'TFxjoiscw xjbtkm&L jXdaytx2jLci ACon a J ml III Sky-Thei- r Roof, Open Field Their Couch; Children and Women Suffer in Ireland ijaaJlMK0 HERMAN STRAUS FOURTH AVEKUC )) SONS MARKET STREET . Mcaapawtro r We Give and Radeera Oold Trading Stamps. INCORPORATED We dive arid Redeem Surety Coupons. DO YOU KNOW A&OU7 OUR BOYS' SUITS I HOUSEHOLD CLUB Payments, PLAN ? I A Convenient and Dignified Methoa of 'Purchasing Household Requirements on Veterred The eateUuediiig feature of thia method are Ha coBYealence hi bmUb( pHrchaaea without aay eoHaiderahlo outlay o cash. The advantage el bHyia a the Club Phua daring oht varioo sale AT PAT.'H PRICES. Whatever la the price of the goods to a cash or a charge enatmerr that to alao the price to a Homaehold Club Plaa cavtoraer. There la positively bo adraace. There are bo "coalldcatlal arrangement)." W to coadacted apoa aa opea baeto with a, fixed ehedale et rate. The tint parmeata aad the aaoathly payment are the lame to all. $10 We are offering you these Suits 1 i; at a very special price, just to adver I; tise our Boys Department. These j i! Suits are made of good woolen mate terials, splendidly tailored and fin-ished l THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW j ; SURETY COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS Drs. Harrison and Strassburg We Make n, Specialty of All Branches ol Dentistry. Use All Modern Appliances in the Elimination ol Pain. Wo tt4i1 Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. -- Ireland in as desperate straits as they. Irish property damage is now estimated at $200,000,000. Owing to destruction there are 30,000 persons out of work in Belfast: 55,000 in Dublin more than h of the population. Two hundred thousand have lost their homes. To relieve the acute distress of the they lost not only but their Bole means of support. children and women, the innocent vicThrrc hundred families were made destl- -' tims of the situation, the American "structlon of thehose factory, Committee for Relief in Ireland has been "isands of other .people in formed. It is composed of men whose All this winter these Irish, refugees, aow standing before the ruins of their little cottaga homes, have been sleeping In outhouses, in the fields, under the hedges, in the ditches. They are liter-ill- y without a roof over their heads. In the fire that consumed the town of n, one-fift- Catholic South. To carry out this program, $10,240,000 will be needed. A campaign is already under way to collect this fund under the direction of Captain John F; Lucey, who waa Herbert Hoover's chief aide in Belgium. Contributions to this fund should be sent to John F. Pulleyn, 1 West 34th Street, New York. sole aim is humanitarian, and it has con ceived a program for the alleviation of suffering in Ireland by which the Protestant North will benefit equally with the Mt)))lM)8flW aaKaTaacaVr . - $10 ! 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Phone City tcn.'t R. Phono City 4C03 WALNUT - STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP, JIANAGEMENT, CIRCULATION, ETC., OF THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. DR. JOHN P. BECKER OPTOMETRIST Practice limited to diagnosing and correcting defects of Eyesight by the fitting ot proper glasses. SUITE 315 STARKS BLDG. Third Floor COR. FOURTH AND U WALNUT STREETS Where the ; borne brightoat Home Phono, City 1180 Whore the work 9 A. M. TO G P. M. OR HOURS Ugh teat; BY APPOINTMENT Where the meal u cooked best; ASK FOR Where the range stand the teat where the That'i "Quick Meal" cornea SWISS. CLEANING. OF- THEATER AND MEN'S SUITS ) With Minor Repairs Free Saves Buying. HOME OF HIGH CLASS PICTURES GOOD MUSIC. Carpets and Rug Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed. Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS INCORPORATED Ladies, Avoid the Rush LADIES, AVOID THE RUSH " Office G17 Sooth Fourth. Plant 009 South Sixth. CONCRETE FOUNDATIONS FOR HOUSES A SPECIAITY Proctor-Mitche- ll 70S Co. MAIN 2679; OITY 2098 REPUBLIC BLDQ. DON'T FORGET THAT GRAYV0N ALLMEN Sanitary Milk Co. xxcoxro&A' Bring your last year's hat to us early and save money by having It reblocked In the newest shape. Wo novo Forty Now Shapes To Select From Our method of reblocklng, cleaning and dyeing has proven a great success. Our forty years of business is our guarantee. When you bring your hat to us you aro bringing it to a reliable Louisville concern and you will get the best attention. . WORKS FALLS CITY STRAW 713 WEST JEFFERSON STREET North Side OMEGA. CLEANING, DYEING, PRESSING. IS THE HOME A. OF PURE MILK REPAIR WORK. Mrs. Nellie Broderick. Prop's. All work called for and delivered, Hats cleaned and blocked. 'All we ask is a trial." "ASK YOUR GROCERS." L. G U N N 0 BAKER AND CONFECTIONER 426 E. CALDWELL Phone City 1419. ST. ICE 1205 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET REAM HOME PHONE, CITY 0674 THE VERY BEST Brighten Up Electrically! Make your home hospitable and attractive this winter by the the additios of attractive and correct lighting. PORTABLES, PLOOR LAMPS, LIGHTING FURNITURE EPPINQ'S SOFT DRINKS JOHN B. WATHEN rUBNTXURH MOVING AND PAOKLNa S80 Sooth Twenty BUta 8C West ltS Rhawne 1986 TONQ DISTANCE HAULSNfll BALL CLUB'S ASSET. ELECTRIC Main 1800 SPECIALTY XMOORPOKAraD COMPANY City 887 theThe N. P. J. C, Ky. season with one valuable asset Commission expires January 10, Crystal Electric Washer and Wringer. Universal Farm Lighting Planta. that should stand it well 4 a liand 1922. all through the bruising campaign, and that la the united support of the ANNUAL RETREAT fans. In the Colonel's long history HARVEY-JELLIC- O in the Association there has never The annual retreat of the Knights been a time when, more real enthu slasm, was displayed at the start, ot Columbus of Louisville this year (XNcoKPo&A.niD) nor more concerted effort on the will take place ,at St. Boniface 528 WEST JEFFERSON HATTIE Louisville ball team opened Puplished weekly at Louisville, Kentucky, required by the Act of August 24, 1912. State of Kentucky, County of Jef ferson, ss. Before me, a notary public, In and for the State and county aforesaid, personally appeared Wil liam M. Higgins, who, having beon duly sworn according to law, deposes and says that he Is the President of the Kentucky Irish Amer ican, Inc., and that the following Is, ot the best of his knowledge and belief, a true statement of the ownership, management (and if a dally paper, the circulation), etc., of the aforesaid publication for the date shown In tho above caption, required by the Act of August 24, 1912, embodied 14 section 443, Postal Laws and Regulations, printed on the reverse of this form, to wit: e Adress. Name of Publisher, The Kentucky Irish American Company, Louisville, Ky. Editor, William M. Higgins, Louisville, Ky. Associate Editor, John J. Barry, Louisville, Ky. PURE Owners: (If a corporation, give names and addresses of stockholdWHOLESOME ers holding 1 por cent, or more of total amount of stock.) SAFE. William M. Higgins, Louisville, Ky. John J. Barry, Louisville, Ky. Mary H. Higgins, Louisville, Ky. Known bondholders, mortgagees and other security holders, holding 1 per cent, or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages or other seYour entire family wash dono for curities: None. what it costs to feed the 4. That the two paragraphs next above, giving the names ot the owners, stockholders, and security holders, if any, contain rfot only the list of stockholders and security FIVE CENTS A POUND POR holders appears upon the books of EACH POUND OVER tho company as trustee or In any other fiduciary relation, the name of TWENTY the person or corporation for whom such trustee is acting, is given; also STRICTLY SANITARYEACH that the said two paragraphs con- BUNDLE WASHED SEPARATELY NO MARKING OR SORTING tain statements embracing affiant's full knowledge and belief as to the Work called for one day and recircumstances and conditions under turned tho next, just damp which stockholders and security enough to be Ironed at once VinlHnrc iijhn dn not. ntmear unon the of the company a? trustees,; BEHA LATJNDRY CO. books hold stock and securities in a caTHOS. H. BEHA, pacity other than that of a bona fide owner; and this affiant has no President and Manager jeason to bellevo that any otnor 818 SOUTH CLAY STREET person, association, or corporation OITY 4G17 SOUTH 409 has any Interest direct or Indirect in Highland 672 EasP 572 sethe said stock, bonds, or other curities than as so stated by him. Cumb., Main 490 Home, City 4990 5. That the average number of copies of each issue ot this publication sold or distributed, through the PALACE CLEANERS & DYERS Incorporated mails or otherwise, to paid subscribers "during the six months pre. EXPERT GLEANERS OF LADLES' ceding the date Bhown abovo Is (This Information is required from AND GENTLEMEN'S WEARING daily publications only.) APPAREL KENTUCKY HUSH AMERICAN CO. ARTHUR H. ROHMANN, Manager WILLIAM M. HIGGINS. 8. W. Cor. Third and Wahuit-Sts- . Sworn to and subscribed before me this 1st day of April, 1921. JUNIOR ORDER LEADER. Where the Quick Meal Comes In Where work h doae; Where eookhac m real faa; Where baJdag gtvaa light; Where dredge la aai sight where That's "Quick Meal" EWING'S DAIRY w Quick Maal Gaa'RaBftcs Sold, Installed and Mlgl I? UccniBnrJ 215 Pojt-Offlc- PRODUCTS WET WASH Five Cents Pound GEHER & SON, W. MARKET S'l. THE NAME KENTUCKY & INDIANA PRODUCTS COMPANY MEANS PURE PASTEURIZED MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS BUTTER A SPECIALTY The customer will know that you watch his interests If you sell K. & I. PRODUCTS FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERS KENTUCKY AND INDIANA PRODUCTS CO. Incorporated JACKSON AND FEHR AVENUE tajiNa.a-vKefjeaai)B(a BOTH PHONES 4268 i 8 9 . 31.00 GRAN W.SMITH'S SON! AL. S. SMITH.jJPROP. Funeral Director tand ;; Embalmer i f 3JBOTH PHONES 810. B9aaaaajaa)aa)t)a)aaaja,)aaa3a)aa" SOL THEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. THOMAS KEEN AN 1529 WEST MARKET STREET ..ITXJBIEiXv DIRECTOR.. I HO&1BPH.ONB88 .CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071-- y 1 HIGGINS, J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I COAL CO. The Company With the Coal and the Service. Yards located at Fifteenth and Magnolia. Yard at First and . Yard and Elevator, Fepe and Payne Street. Beth Phones at All arda. Main Office 411 Starks Buildisg "5 'U.Lttm.fwMn4HmfK. P. IMWM, ML, Wa tm. J TfH. J P. Sawer BANN0N PIPE CO.; &a aaaaa's Fateit LiMai Plat far Steaaa Ceaitta, Cwlvart Flaa," part of the civic clubs and the pub- general to give unueu euppon to the manageemnt ana players Knebelkamp, Business President Manager Neal and Playing Manager McCarthy should feel flattered ana enthused In consequence ot this support, and they can give their whole time to seeing that we get a pennant contender, if not a pennant Indianapolis, Minneapolis winner. and St. Paul may look as strong, and possibly a shade stronger, but the Louisville spirit can overcome that slight difference. Toledo closes Its series today and Manager Rowland, with Columbus, will be here tomorrow for a four game series. He In church. Beginning next Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock, the services will be at that hour each evening until Sunday, the closing time. Each morning at 6:45 there will be low On mass with short instruction. Sunday morning at 7 o'clock there will be high "mas, with general communion by the members of the wiu oe order. The retreat-mastthe Rev. Thomas Kearney, C. S. C and bis efforts will be aided by the chaplain of the order, the Rev. A C. Zoeller. and the Rev. Linus Braun, O. F. M guardian at St. er his son were summoned to answer pertinent questions by the State Fire Marshal, the detectives and the police department. The Janitor is S. S. Keene, a prominent leader of the Junior Order of United American Mechanics, and Is a sanitary inspector under the present Republican "reform" administration. The latter fact was kept censored by the Herald in its story. WOULD PLEASE IRELAND. After four fires within ten days at Falls City Hall the Janitor and zs 1 jist: JvjLojjti. street. ! H 6 11 ' tH"K4 " DOUGHERH & McELLIOlT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, The possibility of Archbishop Mannix, of Australia, being nominated to succeed Archbishop Walsh, ot Dublin, who died last Friday, is being talked ot In Ireland, according to press reports. His appointment there Is little likelihood of the Holy Father taking the Archbishop from nis present cnarge. UPON HONOR ROLL. Sixteen Kentucky chapters oC the American Red Croea won places in tho .honor Hat of the fourth roU s call thtr 1920 with a total fe!a ot 2,541 members in those oommuaKiea. The total mamherahlp in Kentucky from the fourth roll oaH, as reported to enroto-m$nt- Funeral Directors I fr-M- and Embalmers Seise City 290S Ifala l!-v BOTH JPXIOIJECS. Cllrab. Main 'n Boniface. 2098-- n ANNIVERSARY St. CELEBRATION. IIIIIIM T BrklriaJ yBmilttPTtT,"'""'".,"T"''"a,"'""" Tkirih Wall Caplatf, Brala Tlla, Yltrllac IrieJ, Fka rraalaj, ! Ualarf, Fir Brick Grata aad BaMar Tile, Fir Clay, Cklaaay Tea. OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. PHONES CITY S73.1788.1CUMB. MAIN SO?. Ifbttlt mm Maftsalia. aa4 WOKKS MtH0IIHMIW BISHOPS' MEETING. His Grace Archbishop Moeller, of Cincinnati, attended the meeting ot the American "hierarchy held at the Catholic University, Washington. There waa a large attendance and many very Important matters engaged the attention ot the Bishops, which wMl be soon reported in nil. Columba'a church. Thirty-fift- h and Market streets, .Qt which the Rev. John D. Kadaher te the zealous paator, will celebrate its fifteenth anniversary with a grand festival and entertainment on the afternoon and evening of April 19. This is a live and active parish and the paator and people are much gratified over it success Hlff. Funeral Director ri7Ti m. cmmenKWT .J-- ' amd JEmbalmer LOUHVXLLB. March 1, la 55,404. KI. S