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KENTUCKY IRISH flMHBGfflt PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Bvtl to fe SocW and Motal Advinoemeat ol Ifbh AmerlciM ud Cthtte OffiaUlly Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Yonne Men's Institute and Catholic Knightsof America. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTINQ CO., hcatfatttd. Publishers WJBSCR1PTI0N PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SlNQLECOPYSc HISTORIC PUBLIC SESSION OF DAIL E1RANN JN DUBLIN. SPEOIAI hciisesiBais J REDUCED PRICES ON REPAIRING SCIIOOI OIHLDREN'3 SHOES AND WITH A-l GOOD LEATER SOMETIHNG THAT WILL WEAR WELL. WHO DOES TIHS? TARK "HE MAKES THEM GOOD AS NEW' Entered at the Loultrllla Poitolllco at Second. Clan Matter. WHERE? At 015 S. Fourth Ave., Bet. Chestnut and Broadway TRY IHS WORK Will Call For and Deliver Homo Phono, City 231 Out-of-Tovn Work Promptly Looked After Mw An CoMwrfcallfiBJ to Uw KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 319-321 Wt Uhrty StraaL ;,-mADES IrwJ COJlNcjfo The Famous ''Bayer" Brand LOUISVILLE, KY SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1921 SSSHB-SW'SifewpWIWIWw iM i .BVT i V l.Jt ' J.My'QCiQiMPaH amJ f -.W t. Jfa. . J j. jm flbe4.4axo3iLi7tHUV ESI'llKlMBaDlH'TBwWiC rj 1 frag INJUSTICE TO COMMODORE. Renewed efforts are being made to have the name of Commodore John Barry inscribed on the Arling ton Memorial ATch with those of. other distinguished naval officers. According to Secretary Denby, the Navy Department was asked to fur nish the names of fourteen officers whose services entitled thorn to this recognition by their country. The eelectlon was made by the General Board of 'the Navy, which entirely ignored the claims of Barry. Why? George Washington recognized these claims when, peace ihaving been de rlared and -the United States Nevy permanently organized by act of Congress, he rewarded Barry by making him ranking officer of that aavy. Prom that time until the day in 190C when another act of Congress appropriated $50,000 for cho erection of a monument to the lighting Commodore in a Washing ton park, question of the nation's debt to John Barry had never risen. But a. prophet ds not without honor save in his own country and in his own house, and ,the Navy Depart ment, which finds room for Sahip on among the fourteen, will have none of Jack Barry. The inscrip tions on the Arlington Amphitheater havo not yet been cut. There is Hill time to let Senators and Rep resentatives know that If the Navy Department would stultify Itself, taxpayers -who support tho navy re fuse to carry the stfcin' of rank in gratitude, .-y TEMPERANCE. Temperance is a cardinal virtue primarily concerned with (modera tion in sense enjoyments. In its wider sense, howeevr. it comprises every kind of moderation; and he possesses the cardinal virtue of tem perance in its completeness who Is a master in those other kinds of moderation as well. Just before writing these lines the Congress of the United States was endeavoring to come to an agreement about the enforcement of prohibition. As long as we have a constitutional amend ment to that effect, every loyal cit izen of the United States must be in favor of the enforcement of prohi bition. At tho same time this ef fort in behalf of restricting harm ful sense enjoyments must not be allowed to degenerate into an in temperance of another kind. Un fortunately prohibition agents have In the past been led, by intemperate zeal, to become house-breakors. The Innocent have not been immune from their unwarranted molesta tions. If there is anything that of Its very nature must mako prohibi tion odlous-to self-respecting Amer icans is this trespassing on the sacredness of the homo. It is therefore to be hoped that tho final shape of the prohibition law will leave tho American home intact, and put it in safety 'against the grlgand ago of such as would break Into its precincts without a warrant from public authority. POWER TOO GREAT. ' The sentiment against conferring upon Secretary Mellon full power to refund- and compound our foreign loans Is becoming stronger as the real purpose of the move becomes apparent. -Yet there Is danger that Congress may pass the Penrose bill giving tho Secretary of the Treas ury that nower. Every advocate of the bill sliould bo watched, closely and called to account for his con duct. We are passing now tlvrough a period of financial depression which calls for economy and good statesmanship to bring the country through without disaster. Yet we are calmly asked to condone ten billions that are owed us by Euro pean countries because they can't trade with us unless -we cancel their debts. They will then ask us to cancel our trade debts. Vary sim ple. RIOTING IN BELFAST. First reports of the disorders in Belfast were cleverly manipulated to give the impression that attacks were being made by Sinn. Feta forces upon the law-abiding follow er of Craig and Carson. We knew that the so-called riot were noth ing more nor lew than, attacks by .l, nnnn Jtulr flfti-hoMC SSi nJ a. eat ot the Mancnester- uawaa mm mit with .the truth. He de- gerfeed the "rioting" a tt raauy gwbct: vrts ri of dta CKMfal aMl oa Catholic pedea trtaas aA dHen& raardW by mobs, encouraged by special police. Whenever an Orangeman In Belfast imbibes too freely he starts out to murder his Catholic neighbors. And Then wo get reports about "rioting in Belfast." at PROBE- TILE KLAN. Probe of the Ku Klux Klan. is be mg conducted by the United States Government, under direction of Attorney General Harry M. Daugh erty. If the probe is carried far enough It will uncover a new A. P. A. organization working for the po litical advantage of a few "highbr ups" In tho society and for promot ing the financial well being of the few who take In the initiation fees. The organization will bear watching for the two or three years that it will last. AGREED. Frank Morrison, Secretary of the American Federation, and John D. Rockefeller are agreed and ring true when ithey say: "Surely It 13 not consistent for us as Americans to demand democracy dn government and practice autocracy in industry." Perhaps after all It was Just as well that the English-built airship blew up in England. Goodness knows what she might have dono to us if wo over got into a scrap with Japan. The Indiana Catholic points out ithat the moral is build for America in America. The labor question will always be a moral and a religious one. Hencethe right of the church to expound and the duty of capital and labor to heed Its admonitions. September Is tho month of the Queen of Martyrs. HERALD'S COMMENT. The Louisville Horajd editorially comments on Belfast and its lone hand and says: "The condition of things in Bel fast, the great industrial center of Ulster and the seat of the most de termined opposition to anj- rule that does not leave the Oninge lodges In control. Is significant. There is no question but that these outrages are deliberately planned t provoke a breach of the armistice and to sug gest a "breakdown of the good un derstanding tho compliance with which has been one of the outstand ing marvels of the situation. Thai the Sinn Fein leaders should be able to exert authority so well is a trib ute and an object lesson not to be misunderstood. At live same time it does not suit the lawless element in Belfast, and especially is it offensive to those who fear that, it ever Sir James Craig and De Valera get to gether, Belfast' would cease to be a capital- city dn the parliamentary sense of the words. Those Ulster loyalists seem to be called by the wrong name. To whom do they Imagine they are loyal when they in dulge in street fighting? Certainly not to the English Crown which, at tho very same time, is usklng'tbat an armistice be observed in good ratth and seeking to come to an ac commodation wlWi De Valera. Cer tainly not to the 'Ulster Parliament, which can not wisn to see ua uu- TiorHx' flaunted In Its own home, It must be then that their loyalty s of an excessive sort and that they are more Royalists tnan me iving, tn- nnrllsimentarv than the Parlla- muni m nil ennrprned only In the prosperity of those lodges Do which they have taken an oath which, whatever they may hold to the con trary, does not absolve mem imm all others. Tho Lord Mayor con fesses that he is powerless.' He n-i, fjn" mUitiirv- aid. That Is ah en lightening comment on one phase of the Irish question. Friends of Ireland should mem-r.,-1 hm ftip.bi for use against the British propaganda that is being BiJread through tho subsidized press of this country, CARUSO'S MOTHER IRISH. The Dublin Weekly Freeman says that the mother of Caruso, the great tenor, who died recently was Irish, born dn the County SUgo, her maid en, name being Jessie Donoghue. Her Ulster Annie married a sea captain named Lawrence Oltourke. And in Scotland Caruso had himself pho tographed with Joseph O'Rourke, tho captain's son. The McDormotts are related to Caruso through the Donoghues, and Mary McDermott, aged twelve, now studying dn the Convent of Mercy at Strabane, is a remarkable musician. Editor Bris bane, of the New York American, in discussing carusos insn uiuuu, says it is not surprising to discover this, as the Irish are everywhere. Irish names are on South American battleships. Irish bones are under the sod or every baduefleld wliere ihr waa rood flatting. And 'now S3Z?Srv?2&Mi hnftiad lin toi Ireland, once roamed everywhere, aU along the Balkana and down rnto Greece. Spain and Italy. Saint. Patrlck-Patrteus was prebably ot Roman hlood, aad for Caruse' mother to he Irten i-.uHe natural, I imsmmiJMmmmmxmmm Here is the first photograph re- ceived in this country of the historic public session of Dall EIreann held in the Dublin Mansion House on C03HNa EVENTS. Sept. 11. Picnic of Division A. O. H., at Summers' Park. 4, September 2S Willing Workers' Club social games, at 115 West Broadway. a. SOGIETY. Mis& Irene Stack Is visiting rel atives' ut BJoomfield. Miss Rose Cuntff spent last week in Shelbyvllle, the guest of Miss Evelyn Johnston. Miss Olive Sullivan, of Cleveland, Ohio, is tho guest of Miss Sarah Compton, Parkland. Mrs. Will Alvot, Parkview, has re turned from a visit rto Mrs. Ivo Grant at Owensboro. Dr. and Mrs. Edward Laverty and daughter have been spending a(few days at Hardin Springs. Misses Elizabeth and Lillian Keat ing are visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Qulrko in Elmlra, N. Y. Miss Kajtherine Sullivan, of Ver sailles, spent the week here visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Rivers. Frank Rossell, formerly with the city engineering department, now .of New York City, is here on a visit. Misses Annie May and Mary Everm spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Charles O. Wood in Lex ington. Mr. and Mrs. JohnJ. Sullivan an nounce tho marriage of their daugh ter, Frances Sullivan, to Paul R. Murphy. v i Misses Margaret and Nell Carroll, of Griffiths avenue, entertained the Altar Society ot St. Cecilia' church last week. Mr. and Mrs. Phil J. Hendricks and' Mr. and Mrs. Cyril A. Scliaeter havo returned from a sojourn at 'French Lick Springs. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Klrwan and t'ons. Emmett and' Joe Klrwan, were puests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hordt, Pewee Valley. Miss Emma Hagan, ot New Haven, has been spending tho week here as the guest of her sisters, Misses Ruby and Mabel Hagan. M J. McDermott has returned home from Sts. Mary and Elizabeth! Hospital, and Is now showing rapid Improvement in his recovery. John M. Hennessy is trying out his tenor voice on a now audience a little girl having Just arrived at his home on 9herwood avenue. 'Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Noland and daughter, Miss Florence Noland, of St. Matthews, spent a delightful week with her uncle. Father Zoeller. Mr. and Mrs. Peter B. Sanl and nieces, Misses Valla Obermeier and Madlyn Valla Kelly spent n pleasant week at Shelbyvllle, wnere mey mo tored to attend the fair. Miss Aleen McDevitt entertained a party ot her schoolmates Monday evening in honor ot Miss Birdie Fischer, who is here on a visit from Tulsa, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Bertrand Nally had as visitors the past week Mrs. Clar ence Nally and Miss Emma Nally, Mr. Nally'6 mother and sister of New Haven. Misses Sallle Roberta Thompson and Slmone Oglesby Thompson, of Prestonia, visited Lieut. Ransom and Mrs. Ronsqm at Camp Henry Knox this week. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis A. Stoy. New Albany, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Mary Stoy, fo Thomas L. Mulllneaux. The. wedding will take place in October. Mr. and Mrs. Dan. GUI and little daughter Dorothy, 110 East Burnett street, left Sunday to spend two weeks visiting relatives in Chicago. They were accompanied by their aunt, Mrs. Reusing. Mrs. Harry T. Fischer and daugh ter TMrdle. -who have been hero on a visit! as the guests ot the Misses Finegan, Sixth street, will leave to Join Mr. Fischer tomorrow at Tulsa, Okla., where they now reside. nvriiw Marv oeuo. New Albany. entertained at dinner Friday evening in honor of her cousin, mj awareo. riiiA nf Chlcazo. Her guest in cluded Miss Helen. Lwls, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Aker. Angola, ma.; Messrs. Paul Sbont, Gordon Walts, Roberts Oates, of Lexington. Mr- and Mrs. Jerome .King, Sr., announce the marriage ot thetr at tractive and accomplished daughter, Miss Mary BHzabeth King, to Leo Austin Colter, of Chicago, on August' 31. Mr. and Mrs. 'ColUr left lm mitatly after the ceremony tor Chicago, where they wl wake their home. , (Mr. and Mre. Barrj- Meebao, of Norfolk-, who have beea visiting Mr. Mwakaa' father, Je John J, Titf- August 16. The Sinn Fein reply to Premier Lloyd George was consid- ered !fc a private session. Eamonn de Valera is shown seated in a large ST. HELENA'S A BUSINESS. SCHOOL That Trains YOU To Help Yourself Ask our graduates. You will find thorn in the big business houses ot the city. School Is in progress. Students may enter any day. FALL TERM BEGINS SETEMBBR 5 ST. HELENA COMMERCIAL COLLEGE 025 S. FOURTH AVE. TIIONE CITY 5032 LOUISVILLE, ICY. Boarding and Day School For Girls. A select boarding and day school for girls comprising academic, preparatory and business departments. Special attention given to art, music, elocution and language. Affiliated with tho Catholic University, Washington, D. C. Accredited to tho Kentucky State University. Pof information apply, URSULINE SISTERS, SACRED HEART ACADEMY, 3115 CHEROKEE DRIVE. TO BE AN EXPERT 0Xy-6ETYLENE WORKER GOOD POSITIONS-GOOD PAY. "Wo Train You Quickly and Thoroughly In Our Shops. , New Class Starts Monday, September 12. To bo assured a place in this clnss, call or write immediately. Telephone City 1)121, Mniu21. Y. M. C. A. AUTO SCHOOL THIRD AND BROADWAY. Drs. Harrison and Strasshurg' W Make a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry. Wo Use All Modern Appliances in the Elimination of Pain. 231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Next Door to Dan Phone Ciiy 4503 WRITE FOR Motion Pictures, Church, School, Home GREAT SOUTHERN FILM CORP. Fourth Floor (R1 Clf Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and q I.lVS Oldest Bank in the State. National BanK of Kentucky FIFTH AND MAIN STREET. Cumb. Phono, Main 9445 C. B. NEViAN ART CO. CARRY FULL LINE OF ARTISTS' MATERIALS Including 'White China, Parclunent Lamp Shudes, Hasburg's Rohinn Gold, Paints and Brushes Lessons in China given both Day and Night Firing Dnlly 319 WEST JEFFERSON STREET ROOM 200 TY.LER BUILDING OIJBC:tV AJCI, NIGHT ...KXXOY IJSJG CO... Ijrei03rlj3tioii. Speolallsts CORNER SECOND AND CHESTNUT STREETS City 337 and 355 PHONES Main 9102 FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY "Put Our Drug Storo Back of Your Proscription" EXPERT CLEANING, PRESSING AND ALTERING H. LEVY MERCHANT TAILOR ' Maker of High Class Ladles and Gentlemen's Garments at Moderate Prices 402 EAST BROADWAY, AT PRESTON CITY 994 ton, ot Bardatown, arrived Sunday to visit Mr. Meehan's parents, Mir. and Mrs. W. T. Meeban. They have almost entirely recovered front the hurts sustained la the automobile fatality- last week at Bardstown. A very pretty wedding was sol emnised with nuptial mass Thurs day niornkig at St. Roalflace churoh, when Mies Louise Wiegand became the bride of Lpute P. Hoffman. Fol lowing the ceremony the bridal party were entertained at a wedding breakfast jat the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Wiegand, parents of the bride. The happy oouple will reside on Christy avenue. RETURN OP PASTOR The Rev, Dlomede Pohlkamp, O, F. M., pastor ot St. Joseph's oaurch, who has beea in the South and Wet ter ora a. moatk giving wU attend ed and gratifying retreats, returned to LoulertMe lat week. i chair while presiding. In the roped bectlon on the right are dlstln- guished visitors, including members of the American delegation Cohen Shoo Store. Phono City 4C93 OUR PLAN 423 South Fourth Street Home PhoneMCIty 2589 AMERICAN DELEGATES. Dr. Felix Caudln, of New Orleans, Supreme President ot the Catholic Knights of America and aw officer of-the Holy Nairt Union Jn that city, and Anthony Mfetre, IC. S. B of Chi cago, Chairman of the Lecture Bu reau of the ATchdlocesan Holy Name Union, havo been selected by the Franciscan provinces of theUnlted States to represent the Third Order of St. Francki of thle country at the great congress to be held at Assis! Italy, this Septerrfber. The event will be a commemoration of the 700th anniversary ot the founding of t'he Third Order otiSt. Francis of Aselsl. Both have vteited this cHy and have many friends here who will he pleasedto learn ot the great honor conferred on them. Dr. Gaudln da an earnest supporter of the, Kentucky Irish Amef&an and the Catholic press. Agents Wanted. ASK YOUR GROCER GeBOTT'S ORIGINAL KREAM FRYDKAKES LOUISVILLE CREAM FRIED CAKE CO., Incorporated That Good Old' FEHR'SX.L. Is back again with all of its former punch and exhilarating qualities. Made from Choicest Hops, Malt and v other Cereals by the old, reliable Fehr method. Served Everywhere Order a Case Sent Home MAIN--467....CITY CENTRAL CONSUMERS' COMPANY INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE, HOME MADE PIES, CAKES, BREAD AND PASTRY BAKED DAILY KORTZ'S BAKERY Homo Phone City 1843 C07 WEST BROADWAY Shawnee 1175 J. W. BUCHANAN, Manager Retail Yards OLAY COUNTY COAL COMPANY. Incorporated EASTERN KENTUCKY FAMOUS HORSE Yards: 29th and Cleveland Avo. NEW COAL YARD S. O. T. COAL CO. Clay and Fulton Streets. High Grade Conl nt the very lowest prices. Give us n trial. City 448tt; Main 1058 THERE IS A DISTINCT ADVANTAGE IN GETTING ANYTHING YOU MAY NEED IN THE SMOKE LINE AT THE FIFTH AVENUE CIGAR STORE 440 SOUTH TTFTII STREET PIIONE CITY 8232 BECAUSE OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS FRESH AND COMPLETE Soft Drinks and Hot Lunch. The Best in the City JAJMC RBARDON 2106 PORTLAND AVE. Phone Shawnee 1416 D op in and Get Acquainted JT'S A . "STAR? TIRE DANT-OHARLTON-fcAPIER CO. ., Incorporated SERVICE ALL DAY AND ALL NIGHT CITY 688 H. TULLY FOURTH AND AVERY STREETS SOFT DRINK STAND THE JBEST IN, CITY 3328 DROP DAVIS & GREENUP DRUGS EVERYTIHNG THAT A FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE SHOULD IN STOOKPRESORDTTIONS A SPECIALTY S. W. CORNER EIGHTEENTH Home Phone, ENTERPRISE COAL & ICE CO. Manufacturers of CONCRETE COLUMNS FACTORY AND COAL YARD: SEVENTH AND BHRRY BOV PHNH6 Parkway MAKE YOUR OWN MALT-ADE Kentucky's' Favorite Beverage $1.00 COMPLETE SET. FOR SALE BY Louisville Malt-Ade Company v 510 W. Walnut, National Theater Building Open Saturday Nights Until 9 O'clock. Open at Night During the State Fair. Mail orders filled when accompanied by remittance. Phono City 095. KENTUCKY. West 1175 BLUE OE3I CREEK COAL Mines: Ilinin, Clay County, Ky. MAIN 3661J ALSO HOT AND COLD LUN1 THE CITY IN AND GET ACQUAINTED TO J AND MADISON STREETS Shawnee 550 AND FLOWER VASESj 485;' South 1437-M V '.