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Kentucky Irish American 18. censor icy of tho Is .TrwBH j it ala w(II i A Am W PHONE: HOME OR UWN Brery DrUer an Hioart LcikYlHa Taricae I Trittfer to 1800 Incorporate VOLUME XLVI.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1921. but following out the 'Is pol- PRICE FIVE CENTS. and for the past eighteen years has been pastor "of St. Edward's church Supremo Advocate TeHctlcr States at Jefforsontown. Ho began his Position of Knights and Amerstudies at St. Melnrad's, later going to Innisbruck. No appointment ican Iieglon. could have given greater satisfaction, though tho pcoplo'of Jefferson- town are depressed over losing his services. Latter Wanted Immense. Endowment BISHOP BYRNE CHOICE. Fluid Without UulIdlnR or Memorial Condition. Tho prevailing opinion nmong the clergy of Ireland is to tho effect that Bishop Byrne will bo elevated to the vacant Dublin Archbishopric, in view of his closo association with Money Will Now bo Devoted to Archbishop Walsh and his familiar Education of ity with the administration of the archioplscopal see. Bishop Byrne Men. served as VIco Rector of tho Irish College at Rome for a number of years before his appointment as as sistant Bishop of Dublin, and while FAIR AND MOST UPRIGHT GIFT. in tho Eternal City mado tho ac rom quaintance of many visitors tho United States. Ho was born in Dublin and received his education A final and authorltatlvo stateIn the Jesuit College at Belvldero and in tho Diocesan Seminary at ment to clear many misconceptions Although Bishop Byrne regarding the Knights of Columbus Clonliffe. has taken a prominent part In the offer of a ?5, 000,000 memorial to affairs of tho Archdiocese of Dublin tho American Legion and its declinfor some time, and Is well known ation by the Legion has been because of his ability and energy, by Supreme Advocate Joseph C.made his activities have never been ex chief law ofllcer of tho tended to the political field, and it Is Knights of Columbus, who also regarded as probable that this fac states that tho K. of C. will dispose tor may be of importance in de- of tho fund In their work of vocatermining whether or not ho will be tional training and recreation for nppointed to flu tho Important See veterans, disabled and otherwise. of Dublin. Tho statement follows: "Tho Knights of Columbus ofNAVIER ALUMNI SCORES. fered tho Legion of Honbr a National Memorial Building In the city Three nights this week the of Washington, the title to be vestod cast of St. Xavler's Alumni in tho American Legion and trio enstaged tho word drama mastorpleco, tire control and management. In "Tho Angolus," in tho college audi- case of the dissolution of the Legion torium before vast and appreciative me utio was to vest In tho United audiences. Tho players exerted States. An endowment fund of ono thomselvos, and from the moment million dollars, the Interest of which the curtain rose on the first act was to bo devoted to the upkeep until It fell on tho last tho enthu- of this building, was to be managed siastic bursts of applause wero sig- by three trustees, the head of tho nificant as to the consensus of thoso American Legion, the head of the present. The ease and naturalness Knights of Columbus and tho Secwith which the members of tho retary of tho Treasury of tho United cast impersonated tho various char- States. Upon the retirement of acters of the play elicited praise on either ono the other two would have All played their parts tho right to flu the vacancy. Their all sides. well, but special praise is due Allen powers only went to tho extent of Mathe8. Martin Goby, T. J. Nolan, managing this fund and paying over Will Rittman, Misses Olga Klein and the Income to the owners of tho Phllomena Devoto, and Thoams D. building, tho American Legion. The Cllnes and Miss Emlle Boegl, whose action taken by the American Le caporings drew much applause. The gion was to decline the gift of tho programme was Interspersed with Kntghts of Columbus milsnappy selections by the St. Xavler lion dollars unless tho of flvo came same great suc- unconditionally and they admitted Tho College orchestra. cess of tho Xavler players bids hope that tho erection of tho building that they will soon again make was a condition In other words, their appearance with another of- the Legion would be willing to take fering. flvo million dollars in cash to use as It pleased, but declined to accept BKCOnNG ASHAMED. It If It was to take tho form of a memorial building. Lloyd Georgo'a reply to tho pro"So far as tho building Is contest against reprisals of the Bishops cerned Its control was, "without any of tho Church of England led by the condition, vested In the Legion and Primate is in tho characteristic Is the legal title. It was not to bo Georgian vein. It is an attempt to a building project with a becloud the Issue by Involving tho board to control it, and once Joint comparing the building was erected there was to the namo of Lincoln and be present status of Ireland to thqt of no further connection of tho the Confederacy during tho Civil Knights of Columbus with it. Tho war. This Is, of course, meant for erection Itself was to bo mado under the consumption of the American a committee consisting of three public, for It goes without saying members of the Legion, threo memthat he did not expect an Intelligent of tho Knights of gathering of Anglican Bishops to bers tho Secretary of War, Columbus and and thoir swallow anything so ridiculous It powers and authority ceased Imwould bo putting a very low value mediately upon the completion of on their Intelligence. He was only the building. at one of his old tricks, but thero "Col. Calbralth pronounced It as la nvMnnin tlmt mnn nt nnnnr find most upright England are becoming one of tho fairest, heard of, and conscience in gifts ho had ever tired and asnameu or nis pomicai how the story has gono abroad that acrobatics. tho Knights of Columbus were to keep a hand on the building or its PASS T1HS BILI. management and thus seek to man- ago tho memorial with tho Amer A bill to make tho "Star Spangled ican Legion I can not understand, Danner" the national anthem has for there is not a word of truth in been Introduced In tho House by it and never was a thought of anyRepresentative LInthlcum, of Mary- thing of the kind. However, the afland. The bill provides that all fair is closed and the money will bo four original verses be printed In devoted to the exension of tho eduschool books and all sung whenever cational system for men tho riatlonal anthem Is rendered. and for extension of the service disThis bill should pass without a work In tho hospitals of this counsenting vote. try, which Is growing dally, and perhaps while tho American Legion RETREAT A SUCCESS. will not havo tho monument the use of the money will come closer to The retreat for tho Knights of tho hearts of the donors and the at St. Boniface welfare of the Columbus closed men for church Sunday evening. Tho exer- whom the war is not yet over." three days were excises for the ceedingly well attended, which was TWIN CITY OPENING. most gratifying to Father Zoeller, Linus, O. K. C. chaplain, and Father Tho Twin City Baseball Leaguo F. M., pastor of St. Boniface. Tho starts Its 1921 season tomorrow at retreat master was the Rev. Thomas Shawnee Park, and Judging from Kearnoy, C. S. C. the interest being displayed a monster crowd will bo on hand to seo OUTDOOR PROCESSION. tho boys start the season. All of the clubs arc evenly balanced and Sundav afternoon at 3 o'clock at It Is a nervy critic that would try St Agnes church, Nowburg road, to pick the pennant winner out of tho annual May procession will bo this year's field. Ben Brumleve, hold. Tho services will consist In a V. K. Ecker and Col. P. H. Callahan grounds of the will toss tho first ball on tho reprocession about the Retreat, a sermon on the Blessed spective diamonds and tho teams Virgin by tho Very Rev. Father will meet as follows: Knights of Loander, C. P.. closing- with ben- Columbus vs. Dellsle Club on Diaediction of the Blessed Sacrament. mond No. 1 : Knights of St. John vs. Mackln on Diamond No. 4 and TrinFDXST PONTIFICAL MASS. ity vs. St. Xavler on Diamond No. 8. The managers are K. of Right Rev. Msgr. August J. Walter Murphy; Trinity, Jos. Schwortner, recently appointed BishKnights of St. John. ILouis op of Wlhclta, will be consecrated Coomes; Doilsle. A. Barth; St. Xaanni- vler, Hilary Bell, and Mackln, on June 8, tho twenty-fift- h Jack versary of his ordination to the Davis. Ho will celebrate his .priesthood. first pontifical .mass in St. Peter's MEETS MONDAY NIGHT. church at Canton, Ohio, where he twenty-fiv- e celebrated his first mass Tho newly organized Holy Nama years ago. He will be Installed In Society of St. Philip Neri narlsh at will meet Monday night In tho his diocese with special services school hall, and all whose names Wichita on June 28. have been listed for membershlri FOR VETERAN'S AID. should be present. Rev. Father Enls, O. P., will deliver an address College scholarships and other ed- worth while to hear. ucational work for former service men will consume tho remainder of DRILL AND DANCE. the Knights of Columbus war fund, announced In New York folThe It was h nnntml In anon. y meeting of the su- tlon. drill and dancn nf ihn enra. lowing a preme officers of the organization. blned Knights of St. John of Mm Ptrat nttrff nt Kentucky will tako place on atoaeiar TRINITY SUNDAY. nignt, may zu, at. Rlvola Park, Mark Trinity Sunday on your cal- Preston and Kentucky, This will be endar. This year it falls on May an ovont of much Interest and. 22, and closes the period of time al- pleasure and should attract an Im mense gamerma--. lowed for the ''Easter duty." Pel-letl- er, all-star REPUBLICAN Administration ReRlstcrs- RIr Failure Hero and nt tho Kentucky Capital. po Busy Press Censor Keeps Stories of Negro Assaults From tho Public. Negro Protected In Order Their Vote for to Have Reform. Crooks KEYSTONERS TAKE JOY RIDE. When "Howdy Ed" Morrow was campaigning for Governor one of tho chief arguments advanced by tho Republican boosters and supporters was that ho was a "Jim dandy" orator and that he ranked second to none as a speech maker. No mention was made of his executive abilities and tho voters were beguiled Into supporting him because of his oratorical powers. And among the number were a great many Democrats who have since roallzed ithelr mistake. Well, "Howdy Ed" has displayed no marked ability thus far as Chief Executive of Kentucky. Tho Governor's itinerary from week to week seems to consist chiefly of Impromptu orations, and bo wtoere It may we read dally of "Howdy Ed" addressing some assemblage or gathering. Many wonder If he ever finds time to devoto to affairs of the State. One day wo read of him addressing the elevator men on thoir ups and downs in life, the next we hear of his addressing tho style show models on how to run to form, and this week wo read of him at Lexington awarding (the bunch of sweet peas to the owner of Gallant Lad or some such noble steed for the winning of the Coal Peddlers Stakes. Next week he is down on the Chesley Club programme, his subject probably being how Hurley Pope, Harvey Burns and the colored politicians can cop Shawnee Park as the colored folks' playground. Disappointment In Republican administration of affairs seems to be universal Just now Tho millions of men out of work and on the verge exactly .tickled, otstrlkescarcr-no- t with Harding and, his prosperity As stated above, the peopromises. ple of Kentucky are greatly disappointed in Morrow and the last election showed Just how keen was In tho that disappointment. Mayor city of Smith Louisville the near "reform" administration has1 only proved pleasing to tho negroes, protected gamblers and crooks. It has been the history In Kentucky politics that no Republican administration ever succeded itself in Louisville ofi in the State government. And the fact that 'the next Legislature is sure to be Democratic and the city administration In Louisville Indication will be changed is an that 'the same precedent will be established. That the Republicans Relieve this themselves Is shown by BurHn-gamthe anxiety of "Governer" Sheriff Prosecutor Lucas, Ross, Chief Petty and many others to land Federal Jobs. Another sure Blgn is the effort of the machine in collecting fabulous campaign funds, not to bo used altogether in tho cnmiuilRii but tho most of it set aside to carryyears bosses through all tho lean to come. The Kentucky Irish American has often paid tribute to one overworked offlcial in qur local "reform" government and this past week again demonstrated that this unmentloned and unhonored representative Is very much on tho Job. Mrs. I.ella by Bush, an invalid, was attacked Chest-a negro in her home on East nut street and tho police censor kept tho story secret until neighbors Molllo cavo it to tho papers. Mrs. avenue, Coyle, a widow of 441 Fehr was attacked by a negro who beat her over tho head with a blackjack. Tho censor kept it dark, tho story leaklnR out two days later. Rev. B. F. Atkinson, fifty years old, pastor and Jefferson of the Twentieth Melodist church, was attacked and Sunday beaten by highwaymen kept it night, but tho busy censor papers, out of tho Monday morning RettiiiR tho tho afternoon dailies The robbery stories from outsiders. American exof Fred Moody, the "ame course. press driver, took the censorship efBut here is tho prizemachine, organ, fort that even the emitted a yowl over. the Herald, evening two negro footMonday pads held up George Jeffries, a white man, of 1213 West Market street, and after a struggle he was robbed of thrown to the ground andhad in his tho little change ho assault was pocket. The holdup and commltteed at 9 o'clock In the presence of several people who were at the corner. making transfers After robblrtg and felling Jeffries to tho ground tho negroes fired aeveral Deshots to Intimidate tho crowd. spite tho many witnesses to this bold attempt the police censor successfully hid the story from the newspapers for two days until Wednesday the Herald published an account and to show that the worm Herwilt even turn sometimes the were police ald said: "Although early jester, notified of tho lfoldup any day they failed to make public renort of tho occurrence. rOMOh NIGHT THEY HAD SAID e, tected at alt hazards and no drive must bo mado by even our joke Keystone police to rid tho town of tho many despcarto thugs and negro Ramblers who nro responsible for It has been the these assaults. to minpolicy of the Courier-Journimize if possible these assaults by negroes on white people and the question should bo put to Publisher Bingham very squarely if it nis poi Icy' to shield these desperate negroes at the expense of the white men and women of this town. It is all very well to talk of preventing race trouble, but It is no reflection on the negroes to expose and prosecute the negro thugs and gamblers who are making Loulsvlllo an unsafo place to live. From a news. standpplnt what does Mr. uingnam thihk of a "reform" administration that condones and protects these negro offenders simply because they will vote for "reform" In November. Usually when a convention gathering comes to tho city tho Mayor gives the keys, or in other words "the freedom of tho city," to the visitors. It has never been publicly chronicled that near Mayor Smith gave these honors to tho crooks and burglars, but the citizens of Louisville can pretty well testify that the Capt. KIdd followers are teaching tho residents here how to take a Joke the way they are using the "freedom of tho city." Automobiles are disappearing regularly and the only ones recovered by tho Keystone comedy cops are the discarded autos which evidently didn't suit the fastidious tastes of our unwelcome guests. That they keep in supplies Last week the Hurry-is Broadway Tiro Company, at Up 329 East Broadway, was broken into and fifty auto tires valued at $1,050 wero taken. That tho namo didn't mean much to the burglars Is shown by the fact that they didn't hurry up, but took their time and parted tho loot away in a truck. Although ten days ago, our and street car conductors haven't been able to locate a.cluo, "by gosh." Tho Keystone police department pulled off one of these exciting "movie chases" last week that "Governor" Burllngamo and the censor stingily kept from the public. Two of the Keystoners, full of "Jake," appropriated a pleasure car for a little Joy ride and wero having the time of their "yap" lives chasing around tho big city. A Lloutenant and Sergeant heard of the escapade and set sail after tho Joyous Key stoners in one of tho innumerable "flivvers" the poor suffering taxpayers aro stuck for. After a long and excitingchasQ-ji- p and down streets and boulevards the celebrating ran out of either gasoline or "Jake" and gave up. Next day they were allowed to resign quietly, very quietly at that, but what tall stories they will have to tell around tho they get old country store when or Gravel back to Horse Cavo al law-abidiself-evide- nt. .Keystoners gro Republican voters must do pro- litical machine, and that the ne tho late Father Rothheut. Father I Rovorman Is 'a native of this city ENGLAND'S FRIENDSHIP (?) FOR UNITED SPATES. HERE JAP, OLD BLIGHTER WILL YOU xs ItllS ELP " UV4vV Sells five million dollars' worth of,aircraft to the yellow Japs and furnishes corps of English instructors to leach them how to whip the 'orrid Yankees. had directed officials of the Vatican to assist the Knights in a survey of conditions .in Italy. Establishment of Catholic centers unsupervision are der American planned for the- benefit of Italian youths. - Popo INTO ETERNAli REST. ty-seven Switch. ORPHAN held PIONJO. Weekly meetings are now being In' the Knights of Columbus Hall for tho purpose of arranging for the Fourth of July picnic on tho gronuds of St. Vincent's Orphan Asylum. The following committees have already been appointed: Grounds, Thomas A. Qulnn. Linen booth, Mrs. John Donnelly. Ready to wear, Mrs. Thomas Buttons, Miss Nellie Baker. Dining room, Thomas Tarpy. Candy wheel, Louis Vetter, Soft drinks, John J. Barry. Hams, Joseph A. Fleck, Ferdinand Lighting, William Link. Kee-na- n. Effinger. othy O'Sulllvan, passed peacefully into heavenly rest Monday afternoon at her home, 105C South Seventh street, death being caused by heart She Is survived by three disease. daughters, Miss Nellie O'Sulllvan, Louisville, and Sisters Dolorlta and Alexia of the Dominican Order, and two brothers, John J. O'Connor, Chicago, and Hugh O'Connor, who Is in Ireland. Mrs. O'Sulllvan's characterized by a saintly simplicity and a deep religious fervor which is a source of inspiration to nil whose privilege It was to know her. She will long be remembered for her kindness and generosity to Many the lowly and unfortunate. a person has found consolation in her watchful care and .encouragement In her cheerful smile. Tho memory of her noble character and beautiful Christian life Is a great consolation to all those who remain to mourn her. Her funeral took place Wednesday morning with solemn requiem high mass at St. Louis Bertrand's church, where for many years she had been a faithful and devoted communicant. Mrs. Bridget A. O'Sulllvan, sevenyears old, widow of Tim- life-wa- s Faulkner. Ladles' cards for automobile, Mrs Parlln. Novelty, Miss Clara Connelly. Finance, D. F. Murphy, Al Smith Thomas D. Cllnes, J. Raymond Bar rett, George Aufenkamp. Audit, Edward F. Etheridge, Roger Daugherty, M. A. MaGee, Ben Metcalfe, Vincent Tobe. All persons Interested are asked to attend tho weekly meetings, and their services will be gratefully util- Automobile, W. G. Hume. MUSIOAIi RECITAL. Large wheel, Barney Campbell. Country store, George H. Naber. The pupils of Presentation AcadPres3, John P. Cassllly. emy will give a musical recital In Solicitation books, Charles T the Academy Auditorium next Tues- day afternoon at 3 o'clock that Is certain to pleaes their friends. One of tho most artistic programmes ever arranged will bo presented rendered by Misses Annora Keenan, Gertrude Pike, Marcella Chawk, Miriam Gohmann, Catherine Duffy, Elsie Brach, Anna McGruder, Evelyn Vetter, Margaret Canty, Alice Muollor, Elizabeth Coleman, Mary Boldrick, Lellyn Durrett, Margaret Miller, Mary Rose Kelly, Gertrude Klapheke, Virginia ized. Wheatley, Pearl Bullelt, Agnes Veneman, Virginia Veneman, GIVEN NICE PRIZE. R,aff and Helen Phelan. Special numbers' will bo given by tho PreCoSt. Helena's Members of sentation orchestra, and Rev. Franoperative Club wish to announco cis J. Smith, of the Cathedral, will bungalow bed- deliver tho address. that the handsome spread, made and donated by Mrs. John Donnelly, was awarded to Miss SISTER IN FRANCE. Bertha Hill, 708 Francis building, at the social meeting Monday evenThe Rev. P. M. Monaghan, pastor ing. of St. James church in Elizabeth-towwill go to France tho early IiADIES' SOCIAL. part of next month to seo his sister, who is a nun in the Good Shepherd The ladies of St. Charles order there, but who will leave congregation invite their shortly for Africa on a mission. friendb and tho public to come and Father Monaghan was a chaplain spend a pleasant evening with them with the American forqes during tho Monday night at St. Charles Hall, great war, going over from Camp h and. Chestnut. A Taylor programme of many social features has been arranged. DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. -- Jtuth Greber, An-ge- lo n, Bor-rom- eo Twenty-sevent- SEEING GOTHAM. Among the Louisville visitors and buyers seen in New York the past week wero Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Wil lis, and E. R. Morris, F. Schmltt, S. L. White, M. Mayer and Georgo Elder, for J. Bacon & Sons; J. Hel- lor, for Herman Straus & Sons; J. J. Burke, R. T. Hammond, H. J. Foster, W. A. Daniels and M. H. The Daughters of Isabella will their regular meeting Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at K. C. Hall. Rev. Father Dlamedo and Rev. Father John Riley addressed the last meeting, and the motion film, "When Women Work," was shown through the courtesy of the Consumers Leaguo. hold semi-monthly Johnson. REAL MAY FEST. NOT HEARD OF ANY NoW tha above are only Incidents to show of the past week, and serves how many .other of these assaults by nesro Republicans must be kept dark by the ever busy cenwr. The A 'delightful May festival will bo PLAN WELFARE WORK given on the afternoons and evenings of May 3 and 4 by the .members Plans to extend the peace welfare of St. Cecilia's congregation at the work of the Knights of Columbus school hall, Twenty-fift- h and St. Into Italy were launched at a meet Cecilia streets. All sorts of entering of supreme officers or the or tainment will be provided and they ionization in New York on iSatur- extend their friends a cordial invitaday It wa announced that the( tion to be present. from Ireland, which whether disin orders for ships, equipment, salaries or interest on loans, helps to sustain production and consumption, while with us there must bo stagnation and export of population, to which export of revenue Famous Irish Scholar Says Tliat is always leads. What can Ireland do but cut down its standard of living, Tho Only Prospect Under which was what took place in the Homo Rule. early part of last century until the great famine thrust on it the al. -- - -- .. Mtl JLJi- -, ternative of casting off its children? Emigration begins again with us; Act Makes Permanent Deeper Griev- and I believe, from statements mado publicly by the present Viceroy and ances Than Those It other Irish administrators, that this Removes. emigration Is not unpleaslng Is in fact Just what is desired. Tho apologists for tho Coalition speak of the prosperity of Ireland. Her Revenues Have Been Systemat- They can only do so by ignoring tho Interpretation placed on Irish ically Transferred to Another statistics by tho officials who collect Country. them. The deposits in tho banks have increased, but the official stat istician warns the reader that they represent less purchasing power than LIKE UNDER ACT OF UNION. halt the amount in 1914. The nom inal values of Imports and exports have Increased, but the volume very much the same as in 1904, when first George W. Russell, famous Irish the statistics werocountry collected. dea poet and scholar, writing from Lon- The flooding of money adds with nothing preciated paper don, dreads lest through the coming to wealth or comfort of Its peo year, as through tho year which has ple.theThat the transfer of purchaspassed, controversy about Ireland ing power from one country to an should rage only over those Incl- -' other must bring about economic dents which are now tho bitter stacnatlon in the country vampirlzed daily bread of the Irish soul; that is so obvious that one reluctantly the apologists for government will comes to the conclusion that the continue to plead the death of many effect is aimed at. servants of the crown; that these, I do not suppose British Ministers will be countered by tales lament- -' are so unintelligent as not to know ably Just as true bf many atroci- tho simple facts In economics. They ties committed by agents of the can well realize the effect on their Government, and that the funda- own economic system if Germany mentals underlying the struggle In had conquered In the late war. had Ireland will bo Ignored. It is the annexed Great Britain and trans policy of Government spokesmen to ferred half the British revenues to deny that tho Irish people have real Germany to pay for tho building of grievances, or, if there aro any, bIiIpb In Germany for navy, to they aro removed by tho recent act.' provide munitions and its clothing for But I assert that tho act Inflicts on' Its army. English Ministers underdeeper us and makes permanent such things quite well, and I grievances than those It removes. I stand no doubt they understand have will take but one out of mqny1, an thoroughly the effect on Treland of economic grievance, for I know how, the vearly transfer of almost half vain is the endoavor to make an tho Irish revenue to Great Britain. alien people understand tho spiritual If tho stagnation or our Industrial or cultural moods which have with llfo and the continued emigration of us the strength of religion. I wish our people wero not directly aimed to show how inevitable It is under at there would have been provision the new homo rule act that there in the act that the Irish contribution must be economic stagnation and lo imperial services would be spent decay as there was under the act in Ireland, that It sholud be paid In of union kind," In ships, clothing, munitions After 1800 a transfer of wealth and equipment manufactured In from Ireland to Great Britain be- Irish workshops, so that, however gan. The aristocratic classes moved high tho tribute was, It would not In to the new center of political power, the manner of Its exaction bring and their revenues, raised in Ire about Industrial stagnation and tho land, were spent in Great Britain, impoverishment of Ireland. Is It any with the result that many industries, wonder that the volunteers say: previously sustained by the expendi"If we continue fighting wo could ture of that wealth in Ireland, be- not loso yearly 5 per cent of tho gan to decay. Thon there came the population we must loso annually amalgamation of the exchequers, by emigration If this Iniquitous act and the surplus revenues of Ireland comes into operation. The war as again wero 'spent In England. At we carry It on does not cause Irepresent tho excess of revenue over land as much economic loss as the expenditure Is approximately peace the British Government would and under the new act the enforce on It." which Ireland must pay antribute Ireland is the only country In nually to Great Britain Is fixed at Europe which has lost halt Its popEvery economist ulation within the memory of men about $72,000,000. knows that the fund out of which still living, and that Is because It is production Is maintained in any the only country In Europe whose country comes from wages, salaries revenues and the purchasing power and profits or dividends. If tho sum connected therewith have been sysconsumption tematically transferred to another of these is lessened must fall. This affects production, country. If the Volunteers In Ireand there Is consequent unemploy- land were all Imprisoned, facts like ment. these would rankle in ithe hearts of Now tho effect of the annual- pay- Irish patriots, for they would feel ment to Great 'Britain of so huge a they belongod to a nation whoso tributo, fixed in a time of inflated doom had been dereed. prices and profits, must be exactly the same as If wages, salaries and WELCOME NEW PASTOR. profits had been decreased in Ireland by that amount. Consumption must The people of St. Francis Assisl fall, production be correspondingly church wero much elated when anaffected and unemployment be in- nouncement was made of tho apevitable. 'Great Britain benefits by pointment of tho Rev. Father Theothe purchasing power transferred dore Reverman as the successor of FACES DECAY pensed -- it - ... Fel-hoelt- 385,-570,00- 0, - thlrtv-fnnrt- two-da- Cora-manderi- es XC33TSFJ?XJ01ZCY IRISH AJS&J&l&XCAJS:. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. aad Cathollcj Orveud to Ida Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's Institute and Catholic Knight I of America. LyYjfYAMVAMMMVJM"fV TELLS UNLIKE IRISH CASE SOUTH, BOOTH LLOYD GEORGE I OPEN FOR BUSINESS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Sod.l aad Moil Advancement ol Ithh Americana NEW arid-utmo- CASH DEPARTMENT STORE Publishers CQPyTc SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE KBMTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Entered at the Loulivllle Poitotllce ai Stcond-CUi- laeotpctnU. n Matter. 319-32- 1 Mtrm All CoBimnicatlons to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, Wist Liberty Street is&sm ATrcLr LOUISVILLE, KY DEPENDS UTON AMERICA". The American Association for tho Recognition of tho Irish Republic has Just made public n copy of tho cablegram sent to Lloyd George by A. U. Bootli, Adjutant General of tho Confederate War Veterans. Tho message follows: "As Adjutant General of the Confederate Wnr Veterans, I protest against your pnrallel between Ireland and the States of tho South. Wo are pnrt of ono natloil thank God wo remained part of that nation. Ireland is n distinct nation, nnd under every law of God and mnn is entitled to nbsoluto independence hi accordance with the wishes of 80 per cent, of her people. Tills cable Is sent by a Confederate soldier, every drop of whoso blood is of English origin." t Women's and Children's Ready to Wear. Men's Furnishings and Piece Goods, in correct styles and serviceable qualities. All articles in 6tore arc "fresh and new. Our Policy Buy for cash, sell for cash, small overhead, small margin value. CASH DEPARTMENT STORE INCORPORATED OUTLET Roll and Up SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1921 COMING EVENTS. 1-- AAAAAAAA England has been flooding this Southern Indiana. SOFT DRINKS country with lecturers and poets, all! Mrs. Thomas Duddy and chll W Make a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. spreading propaganda for John Bull dren have .gone to Houston, Texas, Wo Use All Modern Appliances in tho Elimination of Pain. PURE and echoing the sweet sentiment of,to sPend a month with relatives. LIBERTY SHOE SHOP 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET L- A- Blanford, Crescent Hill, has At the same' WHOLESOME Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. EDW. B.' JOHNSON, Prop. returne1 irom a visit time Encland is sellinc and has sold Mrg paU,0 Blanford to his mother, at Springfleid. Phono City 4503 Phone City 450Q five millions worth of aircraft to, M,M CaUlerIne shelley SAFE. FINE SHOE REPAIRING has re. Japan and has sent a corps of ex- - turned to Carrollton after spending Called For and Delivered Work pert aviators and instructors to in- - a week with her mother, Mrs. Cath- - 2327 WEST MARKET STREET Shelley. struct the yellow men how to bomb!erine Shawnee 2702-ailss Ann9 Clark returned satur enemy countries. And the enemy day after a Prices low and quality good. We also do all kinds of commercial and conher country that Japan is planning to sister, Mrs. week end visit with Leo FOR Shea, and Lieut, J. vention work. destroy and wreck is none other Shea, at Camp Knox. en rnxnlt'u, Sbunonas and otter Vr FALLEN TO PIECES. than our own United States. Oh, Mrs. Jack Jackson, of Nashville, onal Property At Xiowert Sates ln City Fire 421 West Jefferson Street. Only a short time ago the Loyal yes, what a friend of ours is treach-orou- s Tenn., is visiting her parents, Mr. PSePUI'S PKOVIDENT and Mrs. J. P. Sweeney, and sister, AsseciATies and crafty England. Coalition, of Boston, was getting Mrs. John Grant, of Third street. Incorporated wide publicity through the dally 208 COLEMAN BUILDING Mrs. Mike Joyce, 2711 South OTHER HYPHENATES. press of the country for its attacks Prompt and Efficient Service Third street, entertained in honor B. B. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSOh upon Irish leaders who happened to of the thirteenth birthday anniverCity 3738 Main 1429 Roof Painting and Chimney Pointing a Specialty. tarry awhile in this country. The Whenever hyphenates are men- sary of her daughter, Miss Margaret. JOHN B. WATHEN Spouting and Guttering. Mrs. L. G. Scanlan, Collins Court, 309 STARKS BUILDING Loyal Coalition also welcomed the tioned It is usually an attack on 301O West Market Street had as guests last Phone Shawnee 1420-- L rURNTTURB MOVEVO. AND "Cooties," the delegation of Ulster men and women of Irish or German Minor, of Parksville,week Miss Mary and Mrs. Tom usually PACKINa J. E. WELSH, MANAGER. fanatics who came to this country descent, and tho attack comes from or Tories, Hampton and daughters, of Danto speak against the cause of IreSSO Sonth Twonty-Slxtt- i 8C ville. Bhnwneo 1986 Wart 18A land. A few weeks ago the coali- who never take out naturalization Daniel O'Keefe, known to many through his long connection with tion exploited Admiral Sims when papers in their adopted country. LONG DISTANCH HAUUNa Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, Your entire family wash done for he charged tho Irish with being left Tuesday to locate at Los An- K. A. Xrapp For Your Savings U. S. Government Supervision. DUTY OF CENSORS. what it costs to feed the Clta. B. Xrapp mixed up in German plots during geles, Cal. Home Phone, City 7005 More than 50,000 Bank Accounts, representing 150,000 people with a tctn the war. But the Loyal Coalition is Mrs. In 'the mooted question of censor- - Tloa TnW. P. Bannon and daughter, deposit of more than 13,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by the IVilonn Rnntinn Toff Mnnrlnv no more. It consisted of eight men, KRAPP'S MEAT MARKET bank. people of Louisville at this safe, conservative lng motion pictures, why not censor, for Imva Park Tex to vlsIt M' only two of whom were active. Tho the PIckfords, Fairbanks and others Bannon's daughter, Mrs. R. F. Cur- Wholesale and Retail President had plenty of money and MARKET AT SECOND FIVE CENTS A POUND FOR UNDER THE BIG CLOCK ran, and Mr. Curran. to 8EEV, POSE, VBAX, AND the Secretary needed it. Now they who have attempted vows? make a One of last week's events of InEACH POUND OVER All Kinds of Smoked Hesta have fallen out and the coalition mockery of marriage terest in New Albany was tho wed- 20! EAST JEFFERSON STREET .TWENTY has gone to pieces just two pieces. Write the Kentucky Senators and.Adt,.e Marle M 'low at st. Mary.s STRICTLY SANITARY EACH . FOR HOUSES A SPECIALTY Congressmen now to support the church, Rev. Father Selbertz "You Will Do Better at Spurrier'a" BUNDLE WASHED SEPARATELY BRINGS GOAL NEARER. now before Congress for rec-- ! forming the ceremony, NO MARKING OR SORTING Proctor-Mitche- ll George W. Canary and bride, who FANCY GROCERIES AND DELI- Work called for one day and re Some time ago wo ventured to say ognitlon without intervention of the1 CATESSEN FRESn MEATS Miss Lillian McMahon have turned the next, just damp 703 REPUBLIC BLDG. MAIN 2679; OITY 2098 that it would bo the duty of the Irish Republic. Every letter and, enough to bo ironed at once AND VEGETABLES Sinn Foiners to put forward candi telegram counts. nn(i are at their home In Gralncer SPURRIER GROCERY CO. dates for the Parliamentary seats marriage was solemCourt. Their BEHA LAUNDRY CO. DANCING ACADEMY H. ERECT SISTERS' HOUSE. nized at Sacred Heart church, Rev. under the partition act. This is & BROADWAY THOS. H. BEHA, Sullivan nerformlnsr Father the just what Sinn Fein intends to do Classes on Monday, Wednesday and Friday Nights A new building win do erected Dy ceremony. President and Manager Shawnee 1817 Phones West 862 In tho North Sinn Feiners and Na St. Boniface congregation adjoining 813 SOUTH CLAY STREET Margaret Genung, MIsa after Home Phone, City 7720 Private Instructions by Appointment tionalists have made an alliance, the school, on Felir avenue, for the, spending a week with her parents, CITY 4617 SOUTH 40$ Hcrm Pcrfccto Euneva Cigar Highland &72 nnd no doubt will elect almost one- - teaching Sisters of that school. An iMr aml Mrs Prank Genungi ln East 672 FIFTEENTH AND JEFFERSON STREETS Schrocr's Smokers down and old house half the members, and if tho Labor a new one Is being torn place, large New Albany, has returned, to the will take its (UNION MADE) party enters the field it is probable eaouuBii 10 uucuiuiiiuuuio luw icou Academy of the Immaculate Concep- C. RIEGER tion at Ferdinand, accompanied by Home Phone, City 6041 that tho asendancy crowd will not Sisters. It is expected to have It MIs3 May lrvJne oI Muncie, who HIGH CLASS "YOU'LL FIND IT WORTH WHILE" wag ue- - guest be able to organize tho government unisueu wy uciuuer ui me micai. SCHROER BROS. PHOTOGRAPHY TO EAT IN A Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hegan an of the six counties. This would HAPPY SCHOOL GIRLS. 810 BAXTER AVENUE nounce the marriage of their daugh- - Manufacturers of FINE CIGARS prove the deathblow of Carsonism AH a o "ij uttiuoiuie j a " "Tlnn Tn mi Hn AUahIh a ncguu, IU 641 EAST JEFFERSON STREET Opposite Cave Hill Cemetery in "Ulster" and pave the way for i.it,t ,i hnnnn. Larsen The wedj Incorporated eager aw'alung" the"advent' o? the union of the two Parliaments. are a twp weeks' mission at tho Church THE HOUSE OF QUALITY AND QUANTITY If this takes place, the Coalition XiUlU iUOifUlHliwu j rfTIlo Phfltr Tiflll mnlrn tlintti fti of the Assumption, Cincinnati. trf Variety of Hot Dishes, Pastry, Homo Made Pics, Cakes, Meat Government will find itself in a are .Misses Sue Scanlan, Elolse Home In Tr'pnton N. J. worse predicament than it now is, Brach. Mary Caummlsar, Antoinette. EXCELLENT COFFEE ho wedding of Miss Emily Link START ONE THIS MONTH WITH THE RECENT DEATHS. 004 SOUTH FOURTH STREET 810 SOUTH FIFTH STREET and the goal of complete independ- Hlnkebein, Katherlne Vance, Cath- - -- Hamilton, juua uonan, am- Thursday morning at St. 'Leo's Noar Broadway ence for Ireland would bp brought erine Tiionno In Middle of Square a vaMatv T.nMin Monday morning the funeral of, PROMPT SERVICE Louisville PRICES REASONABLE Highland Park, the Rev. Mm. fiathfirlno TMnpllfir. beloved wife much nearer. Bratcher, Lellyn Durrott, Adelaide church, Newman officiating. Miss of Chris Mueller, 2803 West Walnut Anita Evers, Mary Cath- - fiUier Braddock acted as Relsert. Foartk and Central Avenne the street, was held,, from St. Charles ENGLAND'S POSITION. erine Vaughan. Helen Schroer, Mary, o a mcwit ui MO- Ti.MTlfl u"wi "u utiuuiu church, Rev. Father Itafto conduct PnthnKno fliirtoliv n n POOLEY FOR MONHT. Tyler was the groom's hest man. ing the solemn services. Deceased In defending his policy regarding Carty. Miss Ruth Cassilly was the week- had been ill only one week, and Loans to those having regular Ireland, (Lloyd George, replying to end guest of Miss (Lillian Reagan at her death is mourned by a wide or salary, with no publicity the recent memorial sent to him by Pewee Valley. circle of friends and acquaintances. r red tape. Loans to housekeeper HER FEAST DAY. Miss Mary Rose Moriarty, the ac Besides her husband she leaves four nine Anglican Bishops, cited the rm.,,. Cnlnvilnir a their personal security. AniM Qn lo Hi o 741 E. Chistmit 512 W. Walnut 611 S. Fourth P"'ed arnd PPu'ar Tda"?Brrvf sons, Fred, Rudolph, Frank and American Civil "war as providing a feast day of St. Catherine of Slenav F. R. POOLEY, MrMrs. Chris Mueller; a daughter, a?.d ?IrT8parallel for conditions there. He is guide and guardian of the church Building.. Francis E. Maher, "' yjTnV A - V TS Mary Hlllerich. and a sister, Mrs. MAKERS OF CORRECT FITTING GLASSES iam l, Courier-Journcentury. At flf- - """ "f,. quoted by the press dispatches as in the fourteenth 410 S. Fourth. Street. teen ehe entered tho Third Order of 5,PS. follows: "At the outbreak of the St. Dominic. Later she traveled, Many friends and relatives mourn Dr. A, W. Goldstein, Herman H. Goldstein, Cha6, T. Kilmeier, Optometerists. "D'""""a."?' ofllciatlng. American struggle nearly everyone through Italy reducing rebellious lng, Rev. Father Heenan ".r'.Tl" the death ot 0.1 rs. Maria C. Bowe, Homo Phone, Parkway 50 .beloved wife of in these islands sympathized with cities to submission to the Holy See Tho ceremony was followed by a aged twenty-seveCumb. Phono, South 9235-- J nropnrv "XT. W.k fromlwouulnE ureui"UBi ui uiu uuiuo ui Bernard Bowe, at the home of her MACARONI EGG NOODLES SPAGHETTI the South. There was more destruc- Sh. l.m,T,f bride's parents, after which the parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Anthony nnithe and tion of property in a single Confed- Avignon to Rome Uroan proved She worthy couple left on a honeymoon Steen, 1055 Caldwell street. FRED WARNS, She VI. ahle counsellor of was the sister of Henry and An erate county than has been caused endured many hardships to avert trip to Florida PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST On Tuesday morning of last week thony Steen and Miss Annie Steen, by all the socalled reprisals in Ire- harm to the church. Catherine died a pretty wedding took place at St. who survive her. Her funeral took in 1380. TAYLOR AND BERRY BLVDS. to have tho at tho age of thirty-thre- e land." It is interesting Patrick's church, the contracting place Tuesday rooming from Holy TELEPHONE YOUR DRUG WANTS British Premier recall England's atWEDNESDAY. parties being Otto J. Rossfeld- and Trinity church. titude during the Civil war. If any- COLONELS HERE club will come Miss Estella Dougherty. Rev? James The Angel of Death has taken Our Louisville hall body else stated that England sided home for a short stay Wednesday P. Cronln, V. G., celebrated the nup- from Arthur and K. RIddolI Part- QL't GASKETS AND Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and the ridge their tial high UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES with the South against the Union to meet the Indianapolis club in a ceremony. mass and performedgiven son Arthur, beloyed Oldest Bank in the State. Jr., and for the beThe bride was they might be accused of trying to series of four games, no game to he away by her father, and her only reaved parents there is most heart(WHOLESALE ONLY) played Saturday because of Derby stir up trouble with our friends. was her elster, Miss Alice felt sympathy. The funeral took NATIONAL GASKET 00. day. Today tne team wm Degin a attendant had the Mr. series in the Hoosier town, this be Dougherty, wliileacting Rossfleld man. place Monday his morning from Mrs. Incorporated grandmother, as best residence of DON'T ASK TOO MUCH. Ing the first clash of the year, and Joseph German Eleventh and Slagozlno Streets Jefferson some thrilling oontests can be ex The ushers were William Kearns C. Rlddell, 1915 West FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. News dispatches tell us that Ire- pected. as many good judges predict and James D. Dougherty. After tho street, with requiem high mass at pennant nonors no .Between ceremony the couplo left for an ex- the Cathedral. Homo Phone, City 3147 land will soon call upon its friends that the trin through the East, and Attended by many mourning club. 'in America for a loan pt $100,000,- -' the Colonels and Hendricks' come tendedtheir return about May 1 will friends the funeral of Mrs. Marie PRESTON PISH AND upon (Although the team did not 000. The wholo question in Ireland, through with flying colors at Colum- be at homo to their menus at id' 4 Sparks, aged thirty, took place Mon POULTRY STORE day morning from St. Charles we are told, has become a financial bus and Toledo none of the fans Sixth street. Wholesale and Retail chruch Rev. Father Raffo celebratPISH, OYSTERS, GAME AND one. This we seriously doubt. are discouraged, and the showing of She was ing the requiem mass. he CONDUCT OIHO MISSION Clay and Fulton Streets. may become such, but at those clubs against our hoys can Big POULTRY LaUr on it beloved wife of Frank Sparks pan. the considered a flash in Ohio River Flah Gaaraatoed Eggs prMBt It i a question of spirit and crowds should welcome the Colonels the Father Raphael. C, P., and Father and' daughter of Mrs. Lena Jacob, ' High . Grade Coal at the very lowest prices. Give us a trial. 424 SOUTH PRESTON STRBBT City 4488; Main 10G8 ot ndurano. We hare no doubt during their ehort stay this week. Maurice, C. P., last Sunday began; 2725 West Chestnut street. "hands-across-the-sea- ." At the Chicago convention of the American Association for the Recognition of the Irish Republic a long step forward was taken toward securing recognition of the Republic States. of Ireland by the United for the There was enthusiasm cause, and there was harmony. Education of the people of America regarding the justice of Irish claims and insistence that our national of ficials do their duty in bringing about the recognition which Ireland justly claims these wero the pro gramme agreed upon by the conven tlon, No jarring note was struck g or and there was no criticism of other organizations which are also working for tho ' cause of Ireland. This, we beievo, considering the present situation, was tho best feature of tho gather ing. There is no doubt that Ireland depends largely upon help from America in this crisis. That help will bo forthcoming if only the case of Ireland is presented rightly to the American people. Much will de pend on the way in which it is pre sented. That is why we feel much encouraged by the action and the attitude of the convention in Chi cago. It "was sane and reasonable, and sanity and reasonableness ap peal strongly to the average American. A constructive campaign car ried on without bitterness, but with persistence, will surely attain the purpose for which the A. A. R. I. R. was organized the recognition of tho elected government of Ire land. fault-findin- 2 May I that America will do its full share ville in St. William's school hall, I Thirteenth and Oak. towards furnishing the "sinews of May 12 Moonlight of war" when the call comes. But we Columbia Atnletic Club, excursion on steamer would appeal to those who make Island Queen. May 12 St. Denis parish May the call to remember financial conditions in America at this time. festival and roast pig and chicken They are not what they were when supper. May 17 the last Irish loan was floated here. Belle," to bo to 22 "A by.Kentucky presented St. HelAnd there is little use in asking ena's Club Dramatic Circle, in St. Xavier College Audifor the impossible. Minstrels and vaude-- . STEAMER AMERICA FOR FERN AND GROVE WALL PAPER lc Per JVro30O2TJBXvXv Wanted A Young 320 WEST JEFFERSON STltEET "The Store That Mndo tho Penny Famous." Enough for Itooin 14x14, Side Wnll and Border, 02c. Send for Sample. House Floor Paint $2.10 Per Gallon. Free A $100 Phonograph. Send for Particulars. NINTH. AND MARKET STREET. For Forty Years a "Wall Paper Center of Louisville, Ky. Lady to Represent Us in Your City. MoDOBlVlV Metal, Slate and Tile Roofing. Roof Skylights and Cornices Repaired and Painted. All kinds of Galvanized and Copper Work, Estimates submitted on request. Home Phone City 5003. FDRNAOBS AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA torium. Moonlight Trips. For excursion season of 1921 has a few more dates still open. Better secure dates now before all are taken. Apply at Wharfboat, Third and River. Phones Main or City 141. C. C. FULLER, BODE NO GOOD. , What is Japan preparing for? Certainly her preparations bode no good to some one. Japan's ship yards are running full blast every day in the week and twenty-fou- r hours each day. Japan's army is kept at war strength, and now England, her ally, has sent a corps of experts to perfect her knowledge of airplane construction and operation. Undoubtedly England is trying to push Japan to the forefront of the great powers for her own purpose. What competitor does England want to cripple by Japan's aid? That is a question that should interest every American. WHAT A DIFFERENCE. May 19-2- 0 Annual May festival of Sewing Circle of Academy of Our Lady of Mercy, in academy auditorium. PHONE 2635 PULS DRY CLEANING CO. N. W. Corner Sixteenth and Anderson Expert Chimney Doctor DR. JOHN P. BECKER OPTOMETRIST Practice limited to diagnosing and correcting defects ot Eyesight by the fitting of proper glasses. SUITE 315 STARKS BLDO. Third Floor COR. FOURTH AND WALNUT STREETS Home Phone, City 1180 HOURS 9 A. M. TO G P. M. OR BY APPOINTMENT May 23 May festival and candy pulling at Sacred Heart school, afternoon and evening, in school hall, Seventeenth and Broadway. May 2G May .festival of St. Ann's church, afternoon and evening. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ESC3P3EIar 1 Two-Piec- e OI-BANBR- 421 W. Chestnut Street! Suits Men's $1.75 Men's Three-Piec- e Suits $2.00 WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF Quality and Service Our Motto. I: SOCIETY. I Superintendent AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mrs. J. W. Boleman has left for Detroit to visit her nieces. (Miss Mary FInegan, of South Sixth street, has just recovered from at attack of quinsy. IMiss Susie Scanlan, of the West End, is visiting her brother in THE VERY BEST CLEANING FURS Harrison and Strassburg ASK FOR EPPING'S Drs. EWING'S DAIRY PRODUCTS - - J L FIRST COMMUNION PICTURES BOB OUR SPECIALTY - HAWES ORESCBKT STUDIO, TINNERS and Automobile West End Sheet Metal Works Insurance pro-Engli- LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK WET WASH Five Cents Pound washer--woma- n. 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HAWKINS PRACTICAL ELECTRICIAN REPAHtlNG Fixtures Furnished HIGHLAND 704 PHONES Main 2448 City 2448 High 661 1714 PALACE CLEANERS & DYERS Buttons Russell 307-- 8 Pleating Service. Shoppe Estimates Furnished 1062 EAST CALDWELL STREET pecialJJesignV elecCliomekl WILLIAM M. HATFIELD GENERAL CONTRACTOR Alterations Mode Prompt Attention To Fbono Calls DENTIST STARKS BUILDING. Incorporated EXPERT CLEANERS AND GENTLEMEN'S OF LADLES' WEARING Beading Braiding Beaked Bags Repaired Building PIPELESS All Style APPAREL ARTHUR H. ROHMANN, Manager 8. W. Cor. Third and Walnut St. NATIONAL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION Incorporated 54-5- 0 CO. Boston Building Xollio Russell, Maunder. It your boys aa anoatloa that will prtpax thtm for Uf ' MORE LUMBER is used in the construction of your homo than any other material. We furnish tho best lum- BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING LOUISVILLE, KY. J. B. Ohligschlagcr, President A. J. 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Rlnckburn Per Son Delivered Anywhere BLACKBURN If U Haul It, 91.25 per Ton ess Cloier rlgnres on Big Orders PLUMBING AND CO.NORETE E. Davis & DAVIS HEATING CHAS. J. MERIWETHER DESIGNER AND BUILDER CORNS.BUNIONS Itimrfaf ri Abwrail Nails JslHtiflcjtl; TnaM 2040 FRANKFORT AVENUE Home Phone, Crescent 71 LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY Highland 72 Main 345 ARTISTIC HOMES .108 STARKS BUILDING PAINT MATERIAL PROGRESS PAINT MFG. CO. 820 WEST MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE, ICY. 315-31- Dr. COMPANY Uriah Z. Litsiy East 572 HARDWARE INCORPORATED 7 $ Ch!ra41ai West Jefforso St. VVVVVVW isssgmp SO? Starka BhUJIb Beth Pbo3m FLY SCREENS METAL WEATHER STRIPS TELEPHONES City 9196 ADAMS & BALLWEY 078 BAXTER AVENUE LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY Hark Bale, Pres. 0. K. SHEET METAL WORKS Incorporated B. J. JOHNSON & SONS CO. GAS FITTING AND SEWERAGE GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES AND SKYLIGHTS REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS CITY 1705 BUILDERS Cumb., South 2B-- R6BERT e. J OFFICE: 701 REALTY BUILDING Parkway 136-L schuler PLUMBING J. J. MUELLER PINE TAILORING CLEANING AND PRESSING Home Phono, City 5283 705 EAST MARKET STOTOKT. LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY f. O. ffaoobs. Bee. ana Vreas TIN, SLATE AND TILE ROOFING 642 EAST ST. CATHERINE ST. PHONES 1000 LYNNHURST AVENUE Repair Work Promptly Attended To 1009 MARY STREET Phone City 5708 Rent a Royal Electric Cleaner L. GRAUMAN CO. Incorporated Dealers la All Xlnas of IfflM sjU tors JTixturss, Rales, Cash Ssria. , tors, Show cases, Coaatsn, , BhelTln-Etc B10 WXSX 3CAXW INTERIOR DECORATING ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN TIFFANY BLENDS DINING ROOMS, OR LIVING ROOMS Glazing Farlsienne Echo Stone In Its Beautifying Soft. Tones Will Harmonize and Lend Class To Any Part of Your home Can Be Made Most Beautiful When Finished In Our Transparent VHaafll1KaaBBBBaAaMi Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night Home Phone, ty IXUR lltl McDANIEL BROS. 4448 PARK BOULEVARD Parkway 287 Phones South 311-Incorporated BODY BUILDER AND WHEELWRIGHT CABS AND TRUCK BODIES A SPECIALTY VARIETY WOODWORK M!PATP.wa 035 EAST JEFFERSON ST. HOME PHONE, CITY Guy Leber OTTO J. OSTER' 0270 FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Home Phone, Shawnee 899 JOHN F. WILL M CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY GENERAL CONTRACTORS LEBER BROTHERS INTERIOR DECORATORS 309 NORTON BUILDING LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Chas. Leber MAIS ON 1 Main 2714 ART City 8483 Ernest Oatey Drug Co. SERVICE, PROMPTNESS AND To HclpYou With Your Cleaning Phono Us Now. ACCURACY Bnrdstown Road and Longest Ave. Highland 11C9 East 9168 PHONES 430 SOUTH FIFTH STREET Reinforced Concrete, Wrecking, Excavating and Granitoid Work 3330 WESTERN PARKWAY 1I0ME PHONE, CITY 2700 C. A. KOERNER & CO. GENERAL CONTRACTORS OFFICE AND YARD: C C. B 2 CKEL OF Incorporated MANUFACTURERS CO. LEWIS DOUGLAS MORTON Guilders Elect. Co. Incorporated 333-33- HUBER HAND STOKER 25 PER CENT. COAL SAVING. Combustion Engineering and Furnace City 38 JHHBEH 521-2- 3 5 City WEST MAIN ST. 135-M- nln FILSON CLUB AND HENRY WATTERSON CIGARS PROGRESSIVE WORK FLOYD AND BURNETT STREETS 520 WEST MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE, KY. FOR PROGRESSIVE PEOPLE LOUISVILLE, KY. Wo Heartily Recommend tho WM. P. BANNON CONTRACTING Progress Laundry Co. BOTH PHONES 299 MENDING DONE FREE AROOLA HOT WATER HEATING" COAL REDUCED-AP- RIL S- 8- PLASTERER RALPH C. SHAW PLUMBER DELIVERIES "est Kentucky Lumn coal ls 1t.mpcd-- not S7 00 COURT PLACE City 38 J KY. SODA FOUNTAINS BILT-RITE BROOK AND BLOOM GAS FITTING .. SEWERAGE City 8380 Cumb. S. 154 WE DELIVER IMMEDIATELY 635 SOUTH JACKSON STREET eled5oH;ntS PHONE US YOUR WANTS Phones City 5826; Main 1264 Borne Phons, City 7804 ALBUS DRUG COMPANY Cumb. Phone, Weet 412-Home Phone, Shawnee 803 Incorporated W Wilton Jcllico Lump Hhrlnn Lump ., Hazard Lump .,.. P6r t0D leSS than S8.25. Taylorf Lump $8.23 West Virginia Lump .. SUt"t shov- - aovo prlces lf arnn Byrne IOELESS Two carloads prices are lowest and guaranteed against decline. of samples on display. Order now for spring delivery. Our Easy terms SEVENTH AND JEFFFERSON STREETS JOHN OGLE COMPANY HERE IT IS AT LAST! Frank Hariman & Sons HOUSE PAINTERS AND DECORATORS 1800 WEST MARKET STREET Reeideeee Phone Shawnee 12 2- -J Speed Coal Corporation INOORPOIU.TM) Tho Store of Quality, Vnlno and Service Where tho Sick Ones HENRY GOSS ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING 315 Guthrie Street. Receive tho Best SnELBY AND MARKET STREETS Watch Crystals Fitted 20c Watch aad Jewelry Repairing LOUISVILLE, Tia Roofs Repaired and Painted Asphalt Shingles a Spceclalty SOU WEST BROADWAY BOY NOW GROCER-FO- Both Phones 315. ASK YOUR GEO. C. WETSTEIN Manufacturer of MONUMENTS 1 HENRY FISCHER'S PORK PRODUCTS HOME BOILED HAMS A SPECIALTY Whether Bo Bread, Rolls, Cakes, Biscuits or Pastries, Their Success Is Assured by tho Unfailing Quality of It SNOW CLAD FLOUR ASK YOUR GROCER WM. KASTELHUN, Sole Distributor Mb (Essns) Thtt IVtoTWs forFrovtaniRi The Radios 'Jewelry Shop 408 SOUTH FOURTH AVE. 2 City 1479 SHOCK ABSORBERS Servlct; Station 'il anil Mbrt Next to Rex Theater Open Evenings Until 0 P. M. AND ST CEMETERY WORK EAST KENTUCKY Home Phone, City 178 eJFori Commit cUlCoft. ECKERLE DRUG COMPANY EVERYTHING OUT RATE ALL THE TIME FLOYD AND MARKET Incorporated PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS 8101 FOURTH AVENUE, TAYLOR AND BERRY BOULEVARDS Your Patronage, Largo or Small, Always Appreciated PARK 600 PARK 262 OAKDALE DRUG COMPANY KY. HASSLER City 2712 Phones SALES CO. Muln 8473 Demling's Pharmacy DRUGGISTS APPRECIATED THIRD & SOUTHERN PARKWAY Phone Parkway 113 YOUR PATRONAGE WILL BB 621-62- H. A. DOLL CONCRETE 3 WORK Both Phones LOUISVILLE, KY. PHONES SOUTHERN BRICK & TILE CO. Incorporated MANUFACTURERS OF "contractor and builder baxter avenue Either Phone JOHN B. RATTERMAN STREET FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 WEST MARKET Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland West 1 179. 105 H.B0SSES0N FRED ERHART Funeral Directors OSTRADER & HARRIS LOUISVILLE, KY. ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N. W. PHARMACY No. 2 FACE BRICK, COMMON BRICK EIGHTEENTH AND MADISON STS. AND DRAIN TILE T. BISHOP, Agent OFFICE: COR. TIORTEENTn AND ORMSBY South 1622 rPhones City 547 -- J. - H. KOCH & SONS CONTRACTORS DEALERS IN COAL and Embalmers. Telephone 1022 600 BJ. BROADWAY GOING FISHING? IF SO CALL MATTHEW HAMMON RBSD3ENCE, 1051 EAST MARKET .FOR Pity 6910 ALL HOURS MINNOWS DAY OR NIGHT Ree., Shawnee 1863-- L v MM. Corner Fourth and Jefferson 32E NATIONAL HATTKSi LOUISVILLE WHST JHFFHR80N STRUT DYSRS AND GXjKANKRS Excavating and Concrete Work Wrecking Old Buildings A Specialty Home Shaw. Home Phono, City 5437 1116 WEST HILL STREET KENTUCKY Cumb. West 295 THE BLAT2 QUALITY PATHTS AND VARNISHES PRESERVE AND BEAUTD7Y Best Servlco Mcnlcrate Prices " 319-32- SIMON P0NTRICH od Greenwood, LOUISVILLE - - - - KENTUCKY Co. F. F. Valinoti Electric Clly call for 114 V KECO r t.1M . t?v "Wo Use tho Golden Rule" 913 WEST MARKET STREET STORAGE OF AUTOMOBILES City 4782 NIGHT AND DAY. INDUSTRIAL LIGHT AND POWER INSTALLATIONS, RESIDENCE General Repair Work, Cleaning aad WIRING, FIXTURES, LAMPS PolMilag. AND REPAHIS Kentucky-Indian- a Co. DHLIYBR Home Phone, City 1931 and L. KOELLNER PLUMBER 628 SOUTH SECOND STREET FLORIST Cut Flowers, De.igns, Plants Tweaty.eighth 5 SOUTH SHELBY LOUISVILLE, KY. CALL US IFOR ST. JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED stftfeUsfeed 184kl -- Both Phones 2344 Both Phonea 2406 - LoHlsrUle, Ky Oil and Grease FOR ALL PURPOSSe Keatncky OoBfiomera Oil Ooapasr OHJarlUe Keataeky Automotive City 4597 Sullivan Transfer Co. Incorporated ( ' South 847-Job Work Promptly Attended To W Broadway at First. Home Tel. 8063 LEO H. WEBER imwMmmmmimt. GL06H gSOTJRITY ft LOAX 09. ItEUTLINGER & CO. Adolph ReatllBger OFFICH OUTFITTERS STATIONERS PRLVTHRA HAMBLY BROS. BHOB TRANSPORTATION, GENERAL OPRUOKS FOR PICNICS AND "HAYRJJDK FARTLW 1129 WMT MAIN STRJWT St Mb. Plane MODERN HOMES Cheerfully and Furnished Designer and Bnlldor of Betlmatu Meey IU Saeerporatet. A. Lasar, Manager Advanced oa Yoar Plate If at STORM FIRE INSURANCE LIABILITY AND FLATS GLASS 12S SOUTH THIRD 8TRIST TORNADO, All Kinds ef Footwear For the Yfkolo Family Twe HAUBLY'B HagaafaM JOHN ASSENT PIANO TUNER 10B0 EAST BURNETT AVENUH Home Phone, City 8398 West JeCerM 1215 SOUTH PRHrrON STR1BT mmm otty (8mb4 F1m) ttra am. Mtk 18th ud tai Portland. Storee Shaw. 1711 Otty 71C4 S ,s .';' Vl-1.. A I .M'fr bacon a INCORPORATED mEDICirorOJBCY JCTJLH: FORTY-EIGHT- H JlkJVOlXO-aJS!.- . SONS z KENTUCKY DERBY 7 $50,000 Nineteen Days' Racing MAY We dive and Redeem Surety Coupons. ZjiSSZ. MAY 7 MaV I HERMAN STRAUS fOURTH AVENUC ivcaepaweo SONS MARKET STREET r. JI to We Qlre and Redeem Geld Trading Stamps. MaV 28 DO YOU KNOW ABOU7 OUR HOUSEHOLD CLUB ? The ontat&ndliig 21 PLAN?! KENTUCKY HANDICAP KENTUCKY ' CHURCHILL DOWNS JOCKEY CLUB V. P., tion. Mgr. M. SEVEN RACES EACH DAY Chms. Grainger, Gen. Mgr.' BOYS' SUITS A Convenient and Dignified Methoa of Purchasing Household Requirements on Deferred J. N Camden, Pre.. J. Winn, ! $10 We are offering you these Suits at a very special price, just to adver- - J I; tise our Boys' Department. These! Suits are made of good woolen mate- - i ii terials, splendidly tailored and fin-- 1 ;; ished. I THE SPECIAL PRICE IS NOW I II Payments, feature of thla method are Ha conrenlenoo la making purchases without Ray eoMlderablo outlay of cash. The advantage of buying oa tho Club Flan daring our various sales AT SALB PRICES. Whatever la the price of the goods to a cash or a charge customer, that Is also the price to a Household Club Flaa customer. There Is 'positively bo advance. There are bo "confidential arrangement." t Is conducted upoa an open basis with a fixed schedule of rates. The first payments and the monthly payments are the same to all. The Electric Company More Fitting Than the "Gas Company" There were .gas works in Louisville long before electricity became the greatest labor, time arid money saver in existence, and therefore many people refer to the Louisville Gas & Electric Company as the "Gas Company." 1 X SURETY COUPONS ARE GIVEN TO CLUB PLAN CUSTOMERS BjsL'H B for this Coffee. This is the(best Coffee for tho price on the market. Give us a trial. Coffee Prices Lower We offer excellent Coffee, O C three pounds for 0Jt prict another This means only decrease over tho old aafataaBee Where the QuicK Meal Comes In Wbwra $10 JOHN M. MULLOY 212 WBST MARKET STREET. Established 1888 Both Phones 1323 SWISS CLEANINGMEN'S SUITS -- - OF- Nowadays, however, the amount of work performed I for citizens by the electric power and lighting system is very much larger than the services performed by the gas facilities, important, though these services are. Both electricity and gas are cheap in Louisville. About the only way by which the relative proportions of the two services can be estimated is by contrasting the total amount of gross revenue paid for each. With Minor Repairs Free Saves Buying. tho home brlgktect J Where the work U Ugktoat; Where the meal is cooked best; Where the range stands JssSslssWfiB Where week U dOM Irill&li " rar ''J tu-j-J- -1 Carpets and Rugs Swiss Cleaned or Shampooed. Swiss Dyeing leads and pleases. the test where That's "Quick Heel" comes the Where eoottag tmmm real faaj Mr Where bakLag gives sjb Ughtj Where dredge Is mm M sight --T'lAt's MM where "Quick Meal" mm 6b, SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS INCORPORATED Qalek Meal GKsJRaatea Sold, laatalled and lilfil ljr IUcomnaadad GEHE1R & SON, w MJgET ST, Office 017 South Fourth. Plant 009 South Sixth. DON'T FORGET THAT GRAYVON ALLMEN Sanitary Milk Co. IS THE tt HOME A. OF PURE MILK An estimate of this kind shows that 70 per cent, of the total gross business of the Company is done by the Electrical Department and 30 per cent, by the Gas Department. The volume of services rendered by both departments increases steadily, but the growth bf the city's electrical demand is. at a much more rapid rate. The figures given below repretent the total electrical output for each of the last few years: 1920 1919 191'8 THE NAME KENTUCKY & INDIANA PRODUCTS COMPANY MEAN! 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 BOTH PHONES 4263 ASK YOUR GROCERS." L. G U N N BAKER AND CONFECTIONER QRANW. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMlTH,j.PROP. !! i ;; 1 ICE CREAM 1205 SOUTH SEVENTn STREET HOME PHONE, CTTr 0574 DOMESTIC -- ) fO (XXCOKPORivV-- S) Xj" ;..... .'. . STEAM Wo are miners and distributors of the best Eastern and Western Koutucky Coal produced, and can therefore furnish your requirements with the best satisfaction and lowest prices. Consumers will benefit by the purchas of their coal NOW. Let us have your order TODAY. We operate three retail yards at Louisville and also ship anywhere. Special reducsd prices on car load shipments. HARVEY-JELLIC- O 1917 1916 1915 108,118,350 85,783,790 v 74,620,649 61,564,305 i. 54,316,160 Kilowatt Hour Kilowatt Hour Hours Hours Hours Hours I Funeral Director iand Embalmer ! ! BOTH PHONES 810. JJJ Kilowatt Kilowatt Kilowatt 47658,424 Kilowatt it ! I SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH axeejf)eeaeoeis)ee)oisaeea. 1529 WEST MARKET STREET AND ZANE STS, THOMAS KEEN AN ..FUNBRAI DIRBCTOR.. COAL COMPANY Yard and Elerator, Fopo and Payne Streets- Yard 1G00 S. First Street. Yard Fifteenth and Magnolia. Main 033. City 1450. Main Office 411 starts isuiiumg. Brighten Up Electrically! Make your home hospitable and attractive this winter by the the addition of attractive and correct lighting. PORTABLES, FLOOR LAMPS, LIGHTING FURNITURE Future growth of the electrical business, according to the calculations of our engineers, will be even greater than during the past, based on the normal average growth of the city. Electrical demands increase more rapidly than the increase in population. Investment in an industry whose business grows rapidly and safely from year to year is safe. M J. J. HOaiE PHONE 88 MtWVI BARRETT'S SONS ; CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971-- y $ FUNERAL DIRECTORS ELECTRIC SPECIALTY XNCORPOKATOD COMPANY 11 street. Eat 'Wvvvivvv 822 I AND EMBALMERS. JWCalxa. j ! 4VM HOHWtftKttH HtWfW HXM City 897 528 TVEST JEFFERSON Main 1890 and Wringer. Universal Farm Lighting Plants. Crystal Electric Washer H. J. BANN8H, PmUHt INVESTMENT DEPARTMENT In , DOUGHERTY & McELLIOH 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, BANNON PIPE CO.! Louisville Gas & Electric Company P. Incorporated Kentucky. ud MtMftr. P. BJUHrtM. JR., tin 1Tb. Hi Tn. Funeral Directors and Embaimersl J30XKC Sewer saA Cslrert Pips1 ?laa for Steam Ceadalts.I Wall Csjrtm, Drain Tile, VHrlflei IrlclT, Fire Frsea& Five Liming, Fire Brl,ck Grate aaa Seller Tile, Fire Clay, Calaaey Tbi. OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. P&taat UAtmA ia'i ! 1 I I02VE5S. Home City 200S X Gurab. Mala J 3 11 Eighty-tw- o West Chestnut Street. ' ty itiin kmi mmM'iiniHmmn(iiiMt UsJm ant-i- 2008-- a Ml. I PHONES'CITY H70RKSTkirtetI( susd MAIN S07. Years of Consistent Returns To lavestors Breekiaridge'aad Ninth mui Mamali, 13. L. DirectorBlX and (Embalmer Funeral . eeCeeeeeeieeeeeeeeei