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KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. (Vwrted 10 the Sodil and Moul Advuioemect ol Itih Americas aad CetfeoUci Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Yonng Mfen's Institute and Catholic Knight t of America. KBWTUQKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING! CO., Inectfottttit Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c Entered at the Loulivllle PoftoHlce ( Second-Clew Matter. Mntt AH ChwmIciHok to Uw KEHTUCKY .TRADES jffijS?) LOUISVILLE, KY.- DUTY OP KNIGHTS. With the purchase of now grounds and buildings for a club house local Knights of Cdlumbue should first of all arrange for a fully and completely equipped gym nasium, something that will fill a long felt want of the Catholic youth 'in this city. For years many Cath olic boys wanting physical training have been forced to join the Y. M. C. A., which organization owes the greatest part of its strength to its athletic department. There Is hard ly a member of the local Knights of Columbus that is not willing to waive aside attendance at a few banquets and dress suit affairs to aid a fund for a creditable K. of C. gymnasium. INVESTED BADDY. Herbert N. Casson, London corre spondent of the Wall Street Journal, writes: ''Many Englishmen do not forget that several of the iSouthern States still owe Great Britain $200,000,000 and have refused payment; and it would be regarded as a very gra cious and timely act if this old debt were now remembered and Get down .to the credit of Great Britain" (on account of American Hoans to Eng land in the late war). The two hundred millions re ferred to above was loaned by Great Britain to the Confederate States in the hope of breaking up the Amer ican Union, -while the four thousand millions was loaned Great Britain by the United States to aid .In pre serving the British Empire, but the wily or stupid Britons will or can not see the difference, hence the at tempt lo bunco America. SCHOOL CLOSING TIME. (mm) As 6chool closing time approaches parents should keep in mind their obligation to interest themselves in the school work of their children. ,' They should resolve to attend the tloslng exercises of the school and encourage to that extent at least the children and their teachers. There Is too great a tendency among us to give over to the school the whole problem of training the chil dren; that terldency is not likely to be overcome at once, but at any rate parents might look in at the school work from time to time to see how their children are doing. With the end of the school year many children, in their natural course of events, finish their com mon schooling and there is a tempt ation for parents to think a common schooling sufficient and to put the children to work instead of permit ting them to go on to high school. Unless financial conditions compel this course, it is a very grave mis take. The boy who quits school at the end of the grades is altogether too likely to start on a blind alley Job and to find it very difficult to put himself In the way of promo tion. Something can be done by evening school work or by corre spondence study but it Is only the excepttonal boy that will take ad vantage of these means even when they are offered. Independently of the matter of making a living It Is desirable for young people to go to high school. Ono of the durable satisfactions of life is found In an acquaintance with the great minds ot the world whether these have manifested, themselves through our own 'language or through other lan guages. Vast numbers of people are ' unable to read anything beyond the daily paper ttnd too many content themselves with the sports pages of that publication. Ordinarily it re quires schooling to give a taste for good reading and parents should not deny their children the ueces--. eary.. schooling. ZEALOUS WITH PRUDENCE. A news article from the publicity bureau of the Knights ot Columbus states that the order Is engaged in -jJBghtipg the "red, white and blue $Jgues,J' prompts the True Voice njawfy the reference is to the doc- vfrlses'of Socialism and Bolshevism as- the reel jilagve, the fight against tuberculosJ,";hlw fclt plague, and the attempt IftVfeJBt blue laws on the country as t Me plague. The programme is an extensive one, and in the main lit is comfflaenitaWe, but there is danger that portions of H will he jni&unoemooa ana misin terpreted by non-Catholic. The , "red, white and blue plagues." make a catchy phrase; bat -what m opeatag it Jenvei for thee -who mat to wlmadewiaad wrt, OomW not something equally m trUective IRISH AMERICAN. 319-321 Wirt Liberty Stmt. C PUNCH-fr SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1921 and less likely to be misunderstood be chosen? And then, the Knights' fight on Socialism and Bolshevism has not accomplished much thus far except to stir up rancor and opposi tion. The fight on "blue laws" which is a new activity Is not like ly to prove more happy. So on the whole wo are not impressed with the announced programme. It Is all very well for the Knights of Colum bus to stand for sound Christian principles. That is expected of them as the representative Catholic men of every community. But wo don't believe In this thing of going out with a brass band after every fallacious theory and fad that comes along. We believe that the Knights cando more by inculcating Catholic principles in their own membership than by going out looking for some thing to fight and thereby Inviting opposition and retaliation. This, however, Is our own opinion. The Knights have done very good work, thus far, and we hope that they will continue their activities indefinltel Only let them be prudent as w11 as zealous in choosing the sphetes of their activities. Zeal alone not sufficient. GREENWOOD SIDESTEPS. As was to be expected, Sir Hamar Greenwood has sidestepped on the charges of misconduct against the British army ot occupation made by Gen. Crozier. The charges include plain murder, the maiming of pris oners, arson, looting and other things. Surely when the forces of the crown are permitted to do those things by the authorities, it Is safe to say that their government is hopeless of maintaining its author ity in Ireland. It can not be denied that we here in the United States are not wholly free from responsi bility for the crimes of the Black and Tans. Very many of us patron ize British corporations doing busi ness among us, buy English goods, and in other ways, unconsciously of course, help the British broker and trader, and until we mend out ways in this direction we will not have done our part to sustain the Irish Republic. There Is no such thing as a per centage American. Either we are full strength Americans or not at all. Percentage deals with matters of money and trade; Americanism springs from a man's soul. This from the Catholic Advance hits the nail. The month, of June, the month of the Sacred Heart. Let our devo tlons be the dictates of a lovln heart to the Prisoner of Love in t tabernacle. niSTORY BY KNIGHTS. Jellies, Jams, cookies and -cakes for 20,00(Mvoundcd soldiers, sailors and marlnee, patients in Govern ment hospitals, will be provided out of the 45,000,000 war fund balance in the Knights of Columbus treas ury, the Supreme Assembly decided Saturday at the meeting ia Chicago. John H. Roddln, of Denver, an nounced that the Knights ot Colum bus would launch a movement to produce a new American history written by eminent historians at an estimated cost of ?1, 500,000. "Much so-called American .history Is un American," Edward F. McSweenoy, ot Boston, declared in an address before the first historical conven tion of the K. ot C. assembly, "bo cause the historians were working in the interests of foreign coun tries." The aim of the Knights of Columbus, he said, was to produce a standard history by recognized authorities Irrespective of raco or religious differences. SEVENTY MADE KNIGHTS. The Paris Knights ot Columbus on Sunday initiated a class of sev enty candidates, the three degrees being conferred In the lodge room of the Masonic Temple. Many vis itors from other councils in neigh boring cities were present. A ban quet was served, at which the Rev. Fath.er O'Haro acted as toastmaster, and addresses were made Ty the Rev. Father Link, ot Cincinnati, formerly stationed In Paris; G Krebs and Charles E. Purdy, of Covington. ST. PATRICK'S. Thirty-one boys and forty-four girls, who bad been under Instruc tion and preparation for nearly three months, had the happy priv ilege ot receiving their first holy communion Sunday morning from Very Key. Father Cron-In, V. G,, at St. Patrick's church, who cele brated the high mass and. preached a sermon that will have a lasting imprest. In the afternoon at 2:30 Right Rev. Bishop O'Donagaue ad ministered the sacrament of ,eo innatlim to the elm, as wH m to a number of older persona who hare beea' rweirftd Into tbe'ehuro' daring the past year, ' Me COMING EVENTS. June 7 Moonlight excursion of Trinity Council on Steamer East St. Louis. June 8-9 Lawn fete for benefit of Church of Our Lady, 3511 Rudd, afternoon and evening, Tnnn 22 Rh Phllln Nerl ehnrch outing and picnic, afternoon andr evenlnc. at Rlvoll Garden. June 23 Moonlight excursion oft JUCHbUU JJUIUUVIUUU vsiuu. June 26 Picnic ot Division 4, A O. H., at Summers Park. &WxwAaAAaAaaaaAAAAAA: ; SOCIETY. i -fc A A AAAAAAAAA AAA Mrs. Dennis Constantine, Jeffer sonville, has returned from Fowler, Ind. Mrs. Thomas Moran has returned from a short sojourn at Atlantic City. Mrs. Frank Corcoran, of Boston, Mass.. is visltinc in Jeffersonvllle, ' tt.A ...tact nf Tta T.nii1a KnVifflar. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Mulloy have moved from Meadowbrook and taken an apartment at 1206 East Broadway. Mrs. Alphonse Constantine, of Jeffersonvllle, has gone to Brook lyn to Join her husband, who has located there. Mrs. W. F. Donahue, of Chicago, has been the guest of Mrs. Myra Tutte and Miss Virginia Tanner in Al Fresco Place. Stephen Keely, Sr., of Thirty eichth street, went to Cincinnati 1 Thursday on a visit, to be gone 1 about three weeks. Miss Ella Doyle, Jeffersonvllle, has returned from North Vernon, where she visited her slsterlv Mrs. Isaac Palmer Caldwell. Mr. and Mrs. Mike King have returned to their home at Irvine, after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. ratz, South Fifth street. Master Murray MeDevitt enter tained his little friends with a birth day party Saturday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Neil Me Devitt, Garvin Place. Oapt. James W. Kinnarney, Dr. John T. Chawk, George B. Barrett and Charlie Barker left last night for Latonla to resume their duties with the Kentucky Racing Associa tion. Miss Agnes K. Moriarlty has re turned to Milwaukee, after a stay of several weeks In Louisville, where she was called toy the Illness and death of her mother, Mrs. Mary O'Sulllvan Moriarlty. ' Dr. M. P. Danhauer, the well known dentist and prominent mem ber ot the Knights of Columbus, is recovering rapidly from a motor cycle accident in which he sustained a broken arm, and will "resume his practice the latter part of next week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mulligan en tertained with a miscellaneous shower at their home, West Sev enth street, New Albany, in honor ot Miss Nora Tully and Charles Monlr, whose marriage took place Wednesday. About forty guest3 were present. iMr. and. .Mrs. .Thomas M. Barry and son, Thomas Clark Barry, will leave next Friday on a trip to Los Angeles, Cal., where they will be the guests of Mrs. Barry's father, Daniel O'Keefe, and they will stop over at Kansas City as the guests ot Mr. and Mrs. William J. Barry. Visitors here last week from New Haven and Nelson county, a number of whom attended the Xavier Alumni play, "The Angelus," were -Misses Rose Boone, Leora Green well. Rhoda Redmon, Martha Chris- 1 tian, Nancy Belle Johnson, Annie Bowling, Mrs. A. Jasper Johnson and Mrs. George B. Hagan, and Editor John J. Barry, of the New Haven Echo. WILL REPEAT OPERA. "The Mikado," which was so pro ficiently rendered at St. Charles Hall by the young ladles of the parish, assisted by their many willing friends, will be repeated at St. Xavier's Hall, on Broadway, between First-ami Second streets, next Sun day evening. June 5, at 8 oclocK, Those who attended the singing of the opera last Monday and Tuesday eveninp8 at St. Charles Hall nave declared it ono ot the best rendi tions of "The Mikado" ever given in our city. Como and judge for yourself. The general admission wjll be thirty-five cents, reserved seats fifteen cents extra. Tickets and reservations can be had at tho Rogors Church Goods Company store, 129 South Fourth avenue. SACRED HEART MONTH. June is the month ot the Sacred Heart ot Jesus, and on Friday the feast was solemnly celebrated in churches everywhere. Tho feast was instituted in the eighteenth century and thenceforth celebrated each year in increasing numbers of churches and dioceses. Pope Pius IX. exten&ed the feast to the wholo church, and Leo XIII. enriched it with peculiar privileges, In Eng land the feast of the Sacred Heart in most dioceses is kept on Sunday next following the Friday after the octave day ot Corpus Christ!. There Is no devotion that appeals more to the heart ot tho world than that of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. BERRIES IN PLENTY. I The annual ttnnvherry festival in aid ot St, Paul's church, Pleasure Ridge, o-f which the Rev. Father Waters Is pastor. will be held, this year next Thursday afternoon and evening on the church grounds. The good ladles of the congregation have been hard at work in preparation for the event, and from present indica tions are, hopeful that their exer tions shall be crowned with wonder ful success. Numerous amusement features have been arranged for and an excellent supper and an abund ance ot strawberries will be served rrom 5 to 8 o'clock. The public will be welcome, admission being froe. Take Orell cars, via Eighteenth street, to Olenfcrook station. , ATty BOY SnHRLBY. The" following Is reprinted from the American Racing Record; the Cftwlwwtt trf peper: "Sherley Ovalffe flnaWy got OalUat , Lad ready for th races, hat unfor- "THE MIKADO" A COMIC OPERA WILL BE GIVEN BY Young Ladies' Sodality of St. Charles' Church At St. Xavier's Hall, 1J8 West Broadway SUNDAY EVENING, JUNE 5, AT 8:15 O'CLOCK Tickets 35c. Reserved Seats 15c extra. Can be had at the Rogers Church Goods Co,, 129 South Fourth street MEN'S FOR SUMMER Now conies the season the real comfort of a Suit The weight is correct. The tailoring quality is perfect t The patterns and colorings are dis. tinctive. . For business, social and outdoor activi'ies they Ours are of the better when you try one on. CUNNING LEWIS & BROTZGE EXCLUSIVE CLOTHES SHOP NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON fry VVyvVVV OPEN FOR BUSINESS NEW CASH DEPARTMENT STORE Women's and Children's Ready to Wear. Men's Furnishings and Piece Goods, in correct styles and serviceable qualities. All articles in store are -fresh and new. Our Policy Buy for cash, sell for cash, small overhead, small mar gin and utmost value. OUTLET CASH DEPARTMENT STORE INCORPORATED 320 WEST JEFFERSON STREET REPAIRING A SPECIALTY All Kinds of Billiard Room Supplies. Chalk, Tips, Cues, Cloth, Balls, Cushions. Both Phones, 2070 113 South Fifth Street REMOVAL NOTICE Dr. Win. B. Doherty has removed his offices to 418 Frances Building. Office hours 11 to 1,3 to 4. Phones City 3467, Cumb. 3467. ASK FOR EWING'S DAIRY PRODUCTS PURE WHOLESOME SAFE. HATTER AND DRY CLEANER, CHAS. P. OALAS, Ladies' Hats A Specialty. City 18608. 210 S. Third Hats Cleaned and Reshaped. Suits Pressed ana ury uieaneu. UPHOLSTERING, CARL. STOLL, Window Shades, Curtate Manger, Cleaning Oil Shades. Office and Works 318 E. St. Catherine. Phono 9581 tunately could do no better than get on the also eligible list the first effort. The way Cunlffe strutted around the paddock and lawn would have put Samuel Riddle to shame when Man o' War -was en tered In a big stake. It Gallant Lad ever does some dowu la traat his arana owner wiM King ft eefafccatioa Mawiifaetsreni ot FIWI CISAJW that fa sure to Saat lor a anOr,".'841 AST JOTTJHtSON BTJtMRT I VOTE FOR JOHN L. SULLIVAN CANDIDATE FOR Prosecuting Attorney, Police Court Subject to Action of the Democratic Party. Primary Election August 6, 1921. SUITS COMFORT when you can appreciate made to suit the weather. are always correct. kind, and you will say so Heme Phone, City 4300 Cumb. Phone, Main 3580-1 Joseph Hubbuch Sr. & Son , Dealers In WAXL PAPEE AND BUGS FALLS CITE HALL BLDQ., 1136-1136 WEST MARKET ST. Weekly Savings Club START ONE THIS M8NTN WITH THE South Louisville Bank Fourth and Central AvChho HENRY FISCHER PORK PACKER Boiled Hams a Specialty &&MELY BROS. BHOB STORM AH Elada of Footwear For the Whoia Family Two HAMBLyg Mere Mtb aad Portland. 8kyr. 171 18tk sad MagacUs Otfcr 71C4 X. JL. SCrspp Cbm. 8. XrfP Hoaa Phone, City 7005 KEAPP'S MEAT MARKET Wholesale and Retail BXXf. 2eXX, YXXb AJTB Ail Xlnda of SatekeA Xeata 361 BAST JBSTHRSON BTRKffT Herm Fcrfecto Braey Cigar Kchroor's Smokers (UNION MADE) Home Phone, City 6041 SCHROER BROS. MamifaetwarB of FIXS CIGARS EDWARD C. EARLY CANDIDATE FOR BAILIFF POLICE COURT I '' sbbbbbW pissdBBsw. SW Subject WALL PAPER AT SAVINGS OF FROM 33 TO 50 PER CENT. Because we secured such favornble concessions on this lot of Papers you may save considerable in 'the papering of your home and there arc patterns and kinds suitable for every room, from your kitchen, to bedroom tints and heavy, rich living-room Papers FROM 1 CENT TO 1.00 PER ROLL And besides we furnish you with experienced hangers R. KORB & SON 804 EAST MARKET STREET ABOVE SHELBY 4fttllt4tl)lt,tllti,ttttftttMHt)m)tt)Mg "YOU'LL FIND IT WORTH WHILE" TO BAT IN A Standard Dairy Lunch House Incorporated x THE HOUSE OF QUALITY AND QUANTITY Variety of Hot Dishes, Pastry, .U.VUEJjIjBKT COPPEB 210 SOUTH FTFTH STREET 004 SOUTH FOURM! STREET In Mlddlo of Square Near Broadway PRICES REASONABLE primmr Rrcnvrrnn ioQeeeee0oeesoe0ftseeaioQesetsi Shawnee 800 VISITT BRUEN'S PARK AND RESTAURANT FOB A GOOD OHIOKBN DINNER 495 AVEST MARKET STREET Drs. Harrison and Strassburg Wo Make n Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. Wo Use All Modern Appliances in tho Elimination of Pain. 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store. Phono CHy 4503 Phono City 4503 ELECTRIC LIGHTS HOT BATHS WATERS APARTMENTS Furnished For Housekeeping and Furnished Rooms Phone City 4240 010 West Chestnut STEHLIN'S BAKERY PRESTON AND BURNETT Both Phones Both Phones- The Goose on Wrapper Is Assurance That Magic White Naphtha SoaS and Magic Flakes Are he Original. Manufactured By MAGIC SOAP COMPANY INCORPOR1.TBD 1ST mSj) 1201 Story Avenue. WRITE FOR Motion Pictures, Church, School, Home GREAT SOUTHERN FILM CORP. Fourth Floor 423 South Fourth Stree Home Phone, City 809 J. B. STRAUSS & CO. MAKERS OP STRAUSS CLOTHES FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN "FROM MAKER TO AVEARER" 230 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE, KY. STEIN'S Lowest Price Market in the City S. W. Cor. Twentieth and Bank Streets. BOTTLES When you have bottles to sell see us. When you want to buy bottles we have a large stock of all kinds F. W ALWES & SON City 8714 NEW COAL YARD S. O. T. COAX. CO. Clay and Fulton Streets. High Grade Coal at the very lowest prices. Give us a trial. City 4489; Main 10C8 ASK YOUR GROCER KREAM FRYDKAKES LOUISVILLE CREAM FRIED CAKE CO., Incorporated HEADQUARTERS FOR NEW AND SECOND-HAND SLIGHTLY- WORN MEN'S AND LADLES' SHOES AND CLOTHING AT THE LOWEST PRICES RALPH DAVIS COR. TRESTON AND WALNUT H. C. LARSEN Successor to 'Vv'M. F. SHABER CO. HARDWARE, TIN AND SHEET IRON WORK ROOFING, ROOF FAINTING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING AND , GBNERAL JOB WORK k 780 SohUi Twelfth Street, Between Broadway ad MaaJe HOM PHONE, CITY 21 LOUISTvTLLaT, KY, to Action of Diaetritle Parry 250,000 ROLLS nomo Made Pies, Cakes, Meats X" West 020J Louisville, Ky- OUR PLAN 020-628 Fcbr Avenu BOTT'S ORIGINAL. CITY 8230 WE BUY AND SBLIi