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INTELISENT CAKEFtH. HOME SERVICE MAIN rtfWC M M Kvery Louisville Carriies I Taikai Incorporated I)rieran liscort C. a ?2 KHSKKS5aI?iaPK)5S(aH VOLUME XLIJ.-N- O. PRICE FIVE CENTS. ter aisle, encircled the church and Men returned to the main altar Many men and bowed or knelt. women expresed emotion in tears. All felt they were in the Real Presence on that day of sacrifice when human souls were redeemed. Following benediction the privi- Delegates to Ireland Stir Up Enmity Witness a Wonderful Procession and lege of kissing the sacred rellc3 was of Enemies of Freedom and Sncred Relics of Saviour's granted the American soldier guests. Justice. Crucifixion. Over 5,000 men awaited their turn to kneel at the altar and press their lips against the crystal encasements containing the nail, tho crown and of France the wood as they were passed by Threat That England, 'Will 'Deport Treasures Marvelous the priest of Notre Damo. Men of Messrs. Walsh, Dunne and Shown in Historic Notre Dame every creel, Including an admiral, a Rynn. general, distinguished Frenchmen, Cathedral. women of high position In social life knelt meek and humble of heart alongside of doughboys to touch the relics associated with Christ Al- People of Ireland Give Enthusiastic Seven Thousand Soldiers Pay Hon mighty's death. AVclcomo to Three American ago to Memorials of Our Representatives, AVAS SUPREJIE DAY. Saviour. AMERICANS MOTHERS WILL TITANIC -- GOD. . Robert W. Egan, Knights o Columbus Secrotary, writes a long and interesting letter, in which he tolls us Notre Damo Cathedral, venerable in gray old ago, was the scene of a new ecclesiastical achievement when 7,000 Amorlcan soldiers were stirred in heart and soul 'by what they saw, felt and heard while paying homage to the memorials of our Saviour. Thousands of mothers hack in America will thank God that their soldier sons were extended the grace to kneel and kiss a piece of the true cross of Christ, to kiss the actual nail which penetrated the flesh of the Saviour and to kiss the crown of the crown of thorns. Thousands of miles from home on Tuesday of Holy Week men in khaki heard of the invitation by the Knights of Columbus to appear at Notre Damo and assist in the service of veneration of sacred relics. It was expected many would como to perform an act of piety, that others would appear out 01 curiosity, ibut no one anticipated that a scene would bo enacted which will live with the hallowed memories of this mammoth and magnificent temThey came from ple of God. every part of the A. E. F. ELECTS STATE OFFICERS. They in France and Germany. included Catholic and eighteenth annual Stale Tho chaplains, military men of Avery rank, leaders in society. Council of tho Knights of 'Columbus One of the first distinguished guests of Kentucky convened Monday at to greet a Knights of Columbus Paducah with a hundred delegates usher at the door of the Cathedral and many visitors in attendance. was Admiral Benson, U. S. N. Prom- Reports submitted showed that tho inent Catholics of France knelt with order in Kentucky had passed a our doughboys who have helped to most successful year despite the abpreservo perpetual peace, for poster- - sence of many members with the forces The State taByaTlhpIr ' first glimpse of United States endeafdr' fb "reach" a Council will this renowned sanctuary, whore membership of lp.OOO before tho saints have died and sinners have end of tho year. A resolution whose walls, converted; been the supreme body to archea and stately carved columns permit tho organization of negro have witnessed the most marvelous councils was rejected. The election and historic scenes of centuries. of officers took place Tuesday and They were within the sacred resulted as follows: John J. Donoof a temple of worship teem- van, Ludlow, State Deputy, succeeding with the important epochs of ing D. M. Cooper, Elizabeth town; eight hundred years. The people of George Burkley, Louisville, SecreFrance, nearly all wearing mourn- tary; Martin Scott, Morganfield, ing, stood in aisles as a ribbon of Treasurer: Johh W, Hoover, Newblack surrounding the khaki of the port, State Advocate, and C. P. American soldiers. The colors of Clark, Owensboro, State Warden. our country, unfurled between fiag3 Col. P. H. Callahan, Loulsvillo, of the' Allies, were abovo the altar and Father J. F. Knue, McQuady, light were named delegates to the Suwhoro a shaft of premo Council. was sent by the sun through R. B. Flaherty, glass as Nature's offering to Owensboro; Henry Whelan, Bards-towa glorious scene. With such inspirA. R. Myers, Paducah, and ational environment an immense au- Thomas D. Cllnes, Louisville, alterdience was prepared to worship nates to the Supremo Council. The God. Gradually the shadows in the 1920 State convention will bo held church disappeared, as row after in Maysville. After the business was row of .white olectric bulbs pene-- . completed the delegates were taken trated the gloom. The illumination on an automobile tour of McCracken unfolded new beauty and made visi- county and at night werp tendered ble the graceful demeanor from re- a suipVtuous banquet. mote parts between the high arches, Dinars, towers, ana niches or tnis TWIN CITY LEAGUE. great gray monument to our Ladjr of Paris. What' a sceno of splep Tho Twin City Baseball League Resembling the passingof got off to a flying start last Sunday dor! time from an old age of the chflrch at Shawnee Park, and despite the to the present day, Two centuries fact that many or the youngsters ago when the United Stales was were a little off in their playing, struggling for independenceFrance due' to lack of practice, everything was our ally. Today the (bread upon points to a successful season and the waters have returned ftho good some sterling contests In Louisseed sown by (Lafayette was present ville's famoud amateur league. The of Columbus in that American audience paying champion Knights homage to the King of Kings in the started off with a win, defeating tho sanctuary of the saints of France. Shawnee Club in a pretty contest Notre Damo in gloom and darkneao by a score of 7 to 4. Manager Murshelters the shadows of 800 years. phy's Hibernians won over tho X, Notre Dame illuminated absorbs the Alumni by a score of 13 to 6, but form of beauty, youth and faith. tho Alumni boys played a better Cardinal Amotte'a face portrayed game than the score Indicates. a .welcome for the American gue3ts. Mankin Council's players fattened Opposite the pulpit he aat through- their batting averages at the out the Bormon, delivered by L'Abbo of the California boys, by the Plynn, Chevalier of the Legion of "coon game" score of 25 to 1. ToSuros-ne- s morrow they play as follows: Mack-i- n Honor of France, a priest of and a patriot soldier of whom vs. X. Alumni, Shawnee vs. A. O. "Amen" at H and K. of O. vs. California. all France is proud. the close of the sermon was echoing throughout the church, when the ALUMNI MEETING. venerablo figure of Cardinal Amotte was seen standing in his throne. The meeting of the St. Xavler With face animated and emphasizing College Alumni Society, called for bis remarks by earnest gesture, he last night In tho college gym, was extended greeting to the assembled fpieslded over by President Jerome American soldiery, whom ho charac- -' Driscoll and was full of interest. A terlzed as the saviors of democracy smoker was held and officers for the for their part in the final victory of coming year elected. A number of the Allies against the domination of important matters were discussed, Prussianism in Europe. After this one being a reception for the St. greeting Cardinal Amotte bestowed Xavler boys who were in the service, Tho Alumni of St. Xavler'a his blessing. With the procession of sacred has been very active of lato and relics came the great climax of the President J. J. Driscoll and his asday's ceremonials. Before the altar sociate officers deserve credit. Two appeared prlesta and prelates, seivlre flags were unveiled during acolytes all headed by uni- the war. One, with 231 stars, and formed custodians of the relics. the other, with 1,092 stars, tho Monslgnor James N. Connolly, Vicar largest in the city, were raised in General to the Catholic Chaplain honor of the St. Xavler'a service Many of tho boys just reBishops, army and navy overseas men. jurisdiction; Chaplain E. March, his turned from France wore greeted assistant, and Rev. Father Coll, K. by the fellow alumni at the smoker of C. chaplain, had places of honor Frjdny night. in the procession. A sense of realiBISHOP DRU.MM. sation that x)ur eyes were seeing the Bishop-eleDrumra will bo con; crown which penetrated the brow of Jesus; that this Bacred relic was ac- secrated in St. Raphael's Cathedral) tually passing in procession, arous- Dubupue. Iowa, on Wednesday, May ed the pious emotion of the specta- 21. Archbishop Keane will be the tors. How wonderful for Americea consecrating prelate. The installasoldiers to see it after 1,900 years! tion of Bishop Drumm in St. AmThe slleat, Impressive group eseort-ls- g brose Cathedral. Des Atoines, has the relies peesed down the cen been fixed for Thursday, May 22. ed non-Cathol- ic pie-cinc- r Last Sunday morning boys and girls and ten or more adults had tho happiness of receiving their first holy communion at tho 7:30 o'clock mass, celebrated by the pastor, Very Rev. James P. Cronln, V. G. Tho sanctuary was a veritable bower of beauty, palms and the daintiest of blossoms being used in profusion in the decorations. The sermon by tho pastor was especially appropriate. Fond of little children, Father Cronin paid a tender and loving tribute to them, and Eaid because of their unsullied innocence and purity they had been given the invitation to receive Jesus A large conIn the Holy Eucharist. gregation assisted at the mass, pastor, teachers and parents sharing with the children the Joy the occasion Imparted. The class gave evidence of excellent training and formed a very interesting and attractive group, the lino extending from one end of the railing to the other as they knelt to receive. In the evening Right Rev. Bishop O'Donaghue administered the sacrament of confirmation, and on Monday morning Father Cronin celebrated mass especially for tho Sisters who aided in tho instruction of the childrenand for the children themselves. At this mass they promises of tho day before and were enrolled in the Scapular of Our Bleased Mother. sixty-fou- ls varl-color- ed rose-stain- ed n; so mon-signo- ri, ct during the war had done so trusting in the promises of the English. Frank P. Walsh, one of the American delegates, was given a great reception when he rose to speak. He declared that America denied the claim that 'tho Irish question was not an International one. . Former Governor Edward Dunne, another of tho .American representatives, said the 'general election recently held 3 had proved that of Ireland demanded tho creation of a republic. EdMichael F. Ryan, ward F. Dunne, of Illinois, and frank P. Walsh, representatives of Irish societies in the United States, today visited tho Sinn Fein prisoners in Mount Joy prison and later called on Archbishop Walsh. At a reception tendered them by the Lord Mayor members of the organization adopted resolutions wishing the, Americans success In their efforts to obtain Irish freedom. The Americans also visited and then left for Westport, notwithstanding "the thoy THE FIGHT FOR FREEDOM. notified on Saturday fact would were they not be allowed to go there because Westport had been proclaimed a military are. An armored car arAfter an all night trip from Lon- rived at Westport on Sunday and don, accompanying Frank P. Walsh, military pickets had been posted Chairmaa of the American mission, along the roads over which the deleto Dublin, the correspondent i3 in a gates were to travel to that town. position to say that the delegates Messrs. Walsh, Dunne and Ryan PRIEST'S JUBILEE. have assurances from the highest overy sources safeguarding their Tomorrow the Rev. John J. step, and that if tho indignant Irish pastor of St. Patrick's church Unionists believe the delegates are at Taborg, N. Y celebrates the silnot assured of their position in Ireland or that they" may blunder into ver Jubilee of his ordination to the a situation leading to their depdrta-tlo- holy priesthood. The event is ono they widely miss their guess, of especial interest in tho Syracuse if not sure of their position, the del- diocese, and many priests will assist egates would hardly have dared to at tho jubilee mass. Father Higgins venture upon their extraordinary is the youngest brother of William mission, now assuming not only M. Higgins, of the Kentucky Irish Parliamentary proportions, but an American, which extends to him its praying international aspect. For It Is in- heartiest congratulations, deed an extraordinary position the that God will spare him to celebrate delegates hold. Each day thoy re a golden jubilee. main in Ireland they are heightenCATHOLIC KNIGHTS. ing the Sinn Fein enthusiasm, al ready near boiling point. Devotees The national convention of tho are traveling by cart or by foot for Catholic Knights of America opened many miles, maintaining vigils, just to get glimpse of the un- Tuesday morning in the Cathedral official American apostles of Irish at iSt,- Louis, the Most Rev. Henry Moller, Archbishop of Cincinnati, freedom. No Irishman could dare to do and Supreme Spiritual Director, parwhat these delegates are doing with- ticipating at the solemn high mass. out hindrance. . Yet Mr. Walsh, Eugene McCarthy, of Louisville, who acts as a sort of diplomatic ad- and Dr. J. A. Averdick, of Covingvisor to his associates, is letting ton, were the Kentucky delegates, tho former being a member of tho Mr. Ryan dp most of the Forty-tw- o has a clear idea just where important Law Committee. States were represented and the the danger-lin- e lies and just how far certain safeguards received in business was of the utmost imporParis will carry the delegation. Be- tance to this great and successful Tho insurance order. ing Irish, the humor of the situa- fraternal tion appeals to all three. They convention being in session at the gd"lng to press, the official knew they have given the most tre- hour of mendous impotus to tho Sinn Fein report of tho proceedings will not movement since the Easter rebel- appear until next week. lion and they appreciate tho Union,-lGI&TS OF BONDS. attacks 'iir Parliament, fthlch do not hurt them. Gifts of Victory bonds marked tho The demonstration in Limerick, only recently dominated by tanks weekly meeting of tho Catholic Orand steel helmets, was almost hys- phan Society last Monday at the K. terical. When Messrs. Dunne and of C. Hall. The President announcRyan entered Limerick they found ed that at tho next meeting similar donations would be presented. Al the city hung with American flags Vogel and Miss Mary Collins were and the Republican green, white and gold. Detachments of Irish the donors of the bonds, the DaughVolunteers guarded tho approaches ters of Elizabeth having donated at-a to the City Hall, whero the freedom bond last week for $50. A large of the city was given tho delegates tendance was at tho meeting and People from tho indications are for the usual In tho afternoon. County Clare had walked all night great success of the Fourth of July to be present. Archbishop Cassel picnic. The Ice Cream Committeo ansent a letter expressing his regrets nounced a partial list of workers as that he could not come. follows: James Duddy, "It was the outpouring of a de- Misses Anna Conley, NoraChairman; Nohalty, livered city's heart," said Dunn to the correspondent af- Clarissa Wolenburg, Margaret Clara Gruber, Bernle Lake, Meanwhile tho Dublic terwards. Unionists have adopted a resolution Mary Qulnn, Mary Walsh, J. Nash, Roger Nohalty, expressing "grave concern" at the presence of the three Americans in James HInes, W. P. Bowman, Ben Ireland and asserting that they are Wolenburg, Alfred Grimes, I, Earl, "defying the authority of ( tho Jame3 Duddy, John Gruber, Morris Quill, J. Terrill, Curley and Lake. Crown." Mrs. M. J. Parlin will servo in connection with the Victory bonds HELD UP IN RAID. for the women, and Misa Elizabeth Tho military occupation of the A. Zlegel will bo in charge of tho Mansion House, in Dublin, which Novelty Committee. M. A. McGee was effected by soldiers and police will have charge of tho admission Friday afternoon, was not aimed at tickets. Joseph A. Fleck will head the suppression of tho Irish Parlia- the Ham Committee, and his assistment, whose sessions are held here. ants will be Misses Loraine Proctor, It was Intended to effect the arrest Edna Mae Offut, Evelyn Bergkessel, of Robert Barton and J. J. Walsh, Mesrs. J. P. O'Hare, C. Johnson, H. Simon Sinn Fein members 'of Parliament, Dorrenkamp, R. Godar, C. MeDon-ogh and others who had recently escap- and Wrn. Smythe. Edward presented the society with the ed fiom Mount joy prison and were belioved to bo in the building. Daw- decorations for tho coming and all son street, on which the Mansion future picnics. Houso stands, and all the adjoining 'LA FETE DE PAIX.1 streets, were cleared of people, and tramway traffic was suspended. The committe of Trinity Council, Parliament, which had met earlier In the day, had adjourned, but the Y. M. I., which has been working with a building was to be used in the even- fo.r weekq, in ing for a reception by the Lord number of young ladles, for the "La Mayor to Frank P. Walsh, Michael Fete de Palx," in honor of the g military of their F. Ryan and former Governor Edward Dunne, of Illinois, the visiting members, Teport that all arrangerepresentatives of Irish societies of ments are rounding into shape to The troops remained in make this tho greatest affair in the America. the structuro nearly two hours, by history of Trinity Council. No adwhich tiino tho Lord Mayor's guests mission will be charged, although for the reception were arriving. a door prize of $2.50 in gold will These guests, including Uio Ameri- be awarded each evening. This afcan delegates, were held up outside fair will take place Tuesday, Wedthe cordon of troops vtltli machine nesday and Thursday evening of tho guns uhich had been thrown about coming week, at their home, Baxter the building. Eventually the troops and Morton avenues. Lotto games having will be played Tuesday evening, wore withdrawn without captured tho men who wore sought. euchre Wednesday evening, and Tho reception then proceeded. Large Thursday evening will bo vaudeville crowds oufsido cheered the Sinn and frolic night. A musical entertainment will take place Tuesday Fein leaders as they arrived. At a special session of the Sinn and Wednesday evenings, and dancFein Parliament, hold Friday, a re- ing will also take place each evenception was accorded tho delegates ing in the large auditorium. from the Irish societies in America. USES SEA PLANE. Prof. Edward de Valora, the Sinn Fein leader, declared in speaking The Bishop of Auckland, the that "Ireland will never bo cheated by England," and expressed cordial Right Rev. H. W. Cleary, uses a thanks to the delegates for "coming seaplane for .his episcopal visits. His to defend the right." There was a territory includes the islands surlarge attendance at tho meeting and rounding Auckland and tho Kerma-do- c group. The Bishop was born In Prof, do Valera, In welcoming the Americans, sald he regretted that Wexford In I860. tho short time they would stay In GENEROUS IRELAND. Ireland would not permit them to see representative Irishmen differing with the Sinn Felners. He said ?, liuiuuu, Willi uu uouai acumua-ty- , has sent a record offering of Unionists, a substantial unanimity I Peter's Pence to the Pope thia year, exiBts in Ireland," and that the at a time1 when funds are greatly "JtHglish press had distorted insig- needed at the Vatican, and has renificant 'differences." He 'complain- ceived am expression of the Holy ed that Irishmen who had fought Father's appreciation and gratitude, DOESN'T -- HURT thrce-fourth- defl of about six columns of words, words, words, which tn effect said to .the Street Car Company: "Curse you, Jack JJalton, I'll never fet you charge my poor suffering people a higher fare, and if you succeed it will bo over my dead body." Great Coin cut Ion Not So Harmonious as applause from tho office-holdertho Pence Conference Receives Claims paHerald and tho the Herald mid Bingham For Recognition of the Irish pers. The Street .Car Company then 'Press Say. In tho role of the villain Is supposed Republic. to Blink away, defeated and crestincidentally in their litfallen, but tle slink uway they take about fifI'i eminence Given Judge Barker, teen miles of car tracks, saving tho Memorial Is Laid Before tho Con"fnt" lines for themselves, and Not Very ference by the Premier of dropping hundreds of employes. Pleasing. There you aro the near Mayor gets France. the applause, the company gets, the pickings and tho poor public 'gets REPUBLICAN PRESENTED s, Hert-BIngha- m Near Mayor Smith and Car Company Rehearse a Little flage Turn. Camou- Gal-w- ay KEYSTONERS GETTING SPORTY. Hlg-gin- s, n, all-nig- ht - speech-makin- g, 3t Hef-ferna- n, Mes-dam- es home-comin- L . Despite the fulsome praise of the Republican convention held at Lexington In tho columns of the machine organs and the gushing stories of the harmony prevailing in that gathering, as told by Mr. Hert's personal organs, tho Courier-Journand Times, the true story of tho convention proceedings is gradually becoming known. It is true there were no knockdowns or dragouts on tho floor, and a few bitter protests against the progress of tho machine, but tho aspiring Republican candidates who were not even given consideration are now getting their inning, and from ono end of the State to the other tho old guard of tho Republican party are saying that it will bo a bettor thing for the party to go down In overwhelming dofeat than with Hert and his friends owning the party body and soul. "Too much Hert" and "too much Louisville" is their cry, and the blow that killed was when Judge Henry S. Barker, of Loulsvillo, was selected by the machine to make one of the leading speeches. Barker held office for exactly eighteen years, through the gift of the Democratic party, eight years of that on tho Court of Appeals bench, and his presence didn't sit very well with the G. O. P. boys who have worked long and faithful for reward, and then seo a rank outsider take their place of honor at tho table. Asldo from Judge Barker there was another who cut quite a swath at tho convention, and that was none other than Ben Brumlcve, who just two years ago was a Democratic candidate for Mayor, and now a member of tho Republican Tloard of Works here. The Herald and tho press may tell their readers that there was harmony In chunks, but e Republican has the average feelings, and he would not be human If he meekly bowed to tho wishes of a convention dominated by and controlled absolutely by a in Kentucky Republican politics Mr. Hert, of Indiana. Anpther and surer indication that all was not harmony was the action of former National Republican Committeeman John Hert's predecessor, who left the convention and bolted the programme. The dally press failed to note also that the enthusiasm of tho colored brother wasn't very strong wben he found out that no colored delegates or alternates were chosen with the exception of a few city employes here, and, sad to relate, tho big special train load of as the 1,000, count 'em, 1,000, press agents say, failed to materialThe crowd from Louisville ize. dwindled down to 300, and most or compelled these were n mato attend by tho Incidentally Hort showed chine. that the 1916 results didn't teach Itiui anything about practical politics, as he told the convention that Louisville would give Morrow Possibly ho meant majority. the negro vote the machine candidate would receive here. Thomas S. Rhea, Democratic candidate for Governor, opens his campaign at Frankfort today and it is a well known fact that he has a largo following in the capital who have fprmed a strong organization In hia Interest, they planning to give him a rousing reception at the opening. Tho Rhea men claim that thoy will run all over Percy Haly In his own town in the coming primary, and are offering wagers that tho Haly candidate does not run the Many Democrats thioughout State agree with the statement tha't Haly realizes Lieut. Col. Donhardt has no chance to win in tho but proposes to muddy the waters If possible during the primary campaign and repeat the performance of 1915. When Haly's candidate for the noni Ina'tlon was beaten decisively In 191? then a secret compact was mado to aid Morow, and the closerace of ness of the that year can bo explained by that act of treachery. That can not happen again and tho first step taken should be the query of one of the Democratic nominees to Haly and his friends, if . they would openly promlso to support the Democratic nominees this year. Incidentally the same question should be put to and Times, who tho Courier-JournIn their daily fawning on Mr. Hert are covertly knifing the Democratic party. Well, tho local Bolshevikl administration has seemed to have prepared a little camouflage performance with the Street Car Company, and as in tlio case of the garbage question, tho dirty streets, tho Keystone police, tho higher assessments, the license tax, tho "hick" fire department, etc., tho poor old public again gets it In tho neck. First, the near Mayor was rumored fare, but when to support a the public murmured he came down to the footlights with a thundering al Hert-fiearcy Hent-BIngha- m old-lin- new-com- er office-holde- rs Hert-Chllto- 10,-0- 00 one-tw- o. pri-nlar- y, Stanlcy-OIorro- al alx-ce- nt tho hook. Seventh street, or tho ball park line, Is to be lopped off In Harmony by tho near Mayor In revenge for Asks got at the park on With Principles of Presl- the "frost" he opening day. Now, ball fans, will dent Wilson. you be good. Tho many visitors in town this week certainly didn't have to crowd In the picture shows to be entertained, as the Keystone pollco with NATION ON OWN RESOURCES. wore their "hayseed" uniforma amusement enough outside, and you could seo groups of strangers chucky Horo aro the claims of "The Pro ling all ovor themselves at tho cops. On Derby day one of tho visional Government of tho Irish "hick" mounted men galloped up Republic" to the right to participate and down madly in front of the In tho Peace Conference and to join track, scattering people right and tho League of Nations, as free and left, and those that didn't scatter Independent, laid before tho Conferof a memorial faBt got tho benefit of his mud. Fi- ence in tho form nally one indignant citizen inquired presented to Premier Clemenceau by the Idea of tho rough rider per- Sean T. O'Ceallaigh, the Sinn Fein formance, and tho Keystonor said': delegate of tho Republic in Paris "Ireland 13 a nation which has ex"I'm looking for the dern slicker who got seventeen dollars too much ercised tho right of in harmony with the principles from one of our town clerks (ho meant Council clerk), who Is a pay- formulated by President Wilson, and accepted by tho belligerents as the off man." He is still looking. Speaking of tho races, tho follow- only sure foundation for a world ing is told of two of tho Kcystoners, peace," read the memorial. "It Is who, despite Chief Potty's psycho-lochi- not only In the past that Ireland, school, press .bureau, etc., generation after generation, has aro not getting on very fast In town striven by force of arms as well as ways. Evidently hearing so much by all pacific means to regain her racing and sporting gossip two of national freedom. At the general tho comedy cops wanted to keep election last December, tho Issue, pace with tho "town folks" and they and the only issue, placed before meandered into a cafe last Saturday tho Irjah people was the independnear Fourtli and Market, where ad- ence of their country, and by a mamission tickets were sold for the jority of more than three to one tho race track. The eldest resident of representatives elected by the contho two, being horo about two or stitutional machinery of the ballot three months probably, said to tho box aro pledged to tho abolition of busy young man dishing out tho English rule In Ireland. pasteboards: "Gimme two tickets to "In none of tho small nationalithese hyar races." The clerk dish- ties with which the Peace Confered out two and collected tho money. ence has hitherto occupied Itself Is Out tho door went tho two (near po- tho unanimity of tho people so licemen, and then thoy began to great; in none has tho national descrutinize the tickets, talking very sire for freedom been asserted so earnestly all the while, both looking unmistakably and with so much em Finally back they phasis. much puzzled. "Following upon tho general eleccame and tho chief spokeaman braced the busy clerk again "What tion, an Irish National Assembly has horse have we bet on; we can't find met; an Irish Republic has been no horse's name on these dern tick- constituted and proclaimed to the ets?" The roar of laughter that world; a President has been apwent up still mystified tho two Key- pointed and wlthhinuininlsters to of stone cops, and when the fainting direct different departments clerk was revived by tho aid of stater "a tirogramnvofdbme'slicpol stimulants ho managed to explain ley has been issued, and an appeal to the comedy cops that the tickets has been addressed to the nations were only good for admission to the of the woild to recognize tho free track. Getting their money back, Irish State that has thus been recallstraggled out ed to life. , tho of tho cafe while somo ono whis"But while the national will has tled: "How you goln' to keep 'em bepn declared and the mechanism of down on the farm, when they can free government Is ready, tho forget on tho police force hero?" mer Is being stifled and tho latter paralyzed by England's ruthless exercise of military power. Tho Presi GENEROUS WELCOME. dent Is a fugitive; tho Irish Parlla Notwithstanding the fact that ment is forced to conduct Its busl many business places kept theii ness in secret; tho most elementary doors open for business as usual, civil rights are abrogated; are sitting at ovqry center, the crowd that lined Fifth avenue to watch tho old New York Iiish and the goals ate filled with prison go by was a huge one ers, victims of every brutality and h and "one that left no doubt of the Indignity, whose only offense is that heartiness of its welcome for the they have sought tho freedom of heroes of many bloody battles. The their native land. It Is In these cirh is still the favorite cumstances that tho Irish nation old of New York at least of the plain through me, addresses tho Peace people who really count, and Its "Ireland manifestly comes within matchless record Is their pride and glory. Tho story of Its heroism the scopa of the principles that have need not bo told now, for no ait of been indorsed by civilized nations, the scribe could portray it half as and it is for the application of these well as did thier flag of 900 stars, principles that tho Peace Conference each standing for one who met Is now sitting. Ireland Is weak. Ireland In evdeath bravely on the battle line and England Is strong who sleeps in tho redeemed soil of ery possible way has asserted her France. God bless the gallant sur- right to freedom, which England and by sheer militarism, ia intent now vivors ot the old may Ho give a bed in heaven to as always in the past to destroy. It those who died for tho honor of the is only by the exercise of tyrannical flag and the glory of America and power that Ireland's right to freedom can bo denied. It is to the Ireland. great principle of national fdeedom, represented in tho Peace ConferPRAYING FOR RECOVERY. ence, that Ireland, exhausted by the Miss Mary Josophlno Horndon, cruelties of English rule, hor popuwithdaughter of Col. and Mrs. L. J. lation annihilated by Herndon, Is at St. Joseph's Infirm- in living memory, her industries deary, whero she was operated on stroyed, her natural resources wast Thursday morning by Dr. Spaulding ed, her civil liberties ended, her nad treat for an affection of tho throat. Misa chosen leaders proscribedappeal. Horndon has devoted a great deal ed as felons, makes hor "Article ten of the draft covenant of time to assisting In tho entertainment of our returning soldiers, and of tho League of Nations is framed her cheery smile and pleasant greet- to obtain national independence ing will be missed. Her friends are against aggression of an external power. Its terms aro as follows: praying for her speedy recovery. "Tho high contracting Powers undertake to respect and preserve OUR ORPHAN DAY. against external aggression the terIntegrity existing and the Knights ritorial Tommorrow afternoon States will inaugurate their political independence of all case of of Columbiis members Catholic orphan day, when the any such of the league. In aggression the Executive Knights will entertain tho children of the St. Thomas, St. Vincent and Council shall advise upon the means St. Joseph Orphan Home3, on the by which this obligation shall be grounds of St. Thomas Asylum. fulfilled. "Ireland, has This will be a happy outing for our clared its as a nation that and deIs orphans, for whose entertainment pledged to independence, tho Knights have prepared a special justice andtho principles of freedom, peace, desires to subprogramme.' All members of the covenant orphan society and friends of the scribe to tho as against of the league England tho and to claim children will bo welcome. protection of Article 10. I submit to tho conference with profound reALUMNAE CARD PARTY. spect that Ireland's claim is clear any shadow of and can The ladies of the Alumnae of St. justice be not with reCatharine's Academy at Springfield jected tho refused. Should it be as consequences would be announce a card party to be given follows: at tho Tyler Hotel on the afternoon "First Ireland henceforth and evening of Tuesday, May 27. rely for her dollveranco wholly must upon All friends of the institution are hor own efforts. No such rule ha? cordially Invited to attend. been laid down with regard to any other of the smaller nationalities JIAY FESTrtfAL. whose emancipation has been made the care of the conference. A May Festival will be given by "Second tho children of St. Ann's school in have denied Nations which never of Ireland to tho schol hall. Seventh and Davies freedom wjll tho right thomselvee for avenue, next Monday afternoon and tho future of deprive tho evening, the social games to begin ancing her claim, power of countenwill ia at 2:30 and 8 o'clock. A supper quence bo bound and tho firstconsefor time will be served by thp ladle3ofthe congregation from 5 to 7 oclo"ck. (Continued on Third Page. , com-Pdal want-to-be-spor- ts courts-marti- al Sixty-nint- Sixty-nint- Sixty-nint- h, one-ha- lf itossrarcroicv isneiHt ajmckjxoais:- COMING EVENTS. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. ed -- PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. SocUl aed Motl Advtneement of Irish Americana end C.thollcs to the Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Yonng Men's Institute and Catholic Knights of America. IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Incofpormti. May 20 Euchre and lotto, afternoon and night, for benefit of St. William's church, In hall, Thirteenth and Oak. May 2 C Sacred Heart church May Bchool KENTUCKY Publishers way. festival and hnll. Seventeenth and candy-pullin- g, Broad- v.iMjjreicii &ZJUPtH EVERY jxvxy.3AHGIH& nxesryHwix' nrs u r mm WDCWCIKTS' net- r3PTafAwTTTBa - z:KMWUUiJif - SKST rvxs MitY K VWKVILUr ,,- ATAE .SWHWW POOL lJt&AHV SANTAUT PAfclC RESTAVRANT LVXE ZtEAVTIFUI' fcAtf AttVSEKEHT CEHTEK i.eVISVIU.E' BIG- - c UPEI EVERYNIOHT, of June 3 Moonlight SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c Mackin Social Clnb on excursion Pilsteamer Untcred at the Loulivllle Pottotllce as Second. Cln Matter. KENTUCKY grim. laii ll Communlctleni ts tha .mtSjctKK.'jt LOUISVILLE, KY... RIG PAY DAY. States had another on Thursday, when $78, 000,000 in Liberty bond interest was due the American people. If every 'bondholder clips his inter-ea- t coupons and exchanges them for May Wnr Savings Stamps at any po3tofflce of bank, this will grow to $i". 100,000 on January 1, 1924 Every $4.16 in Get your aliarc! War Savings Stamps will grow to $5 And thus you may safely keep vour dollars growing. The United great pay ilny J SHELVING IRELAND. Juno in Jinx moonlight excursion of Trinity Council. Moonlight crcurslona 5 Juno given by Trinity Council,. Y. M". I. June 17 Euchro and lotto by Indies of the Cathedral In hall, 431 Soutli Fifth street, afternoon and evening. August D. Annual picnic and ...SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1919 chicken supper of Holy Trinity church, St. Matthews, on church tho dangerous firebrands, Walsh, grounds. Dunne 'and Ryan, ought never have been allowed to go to Ireland. They are stirring strife in the most critical moment." This insult, coming from the supposed friend of small nations, represents the typical attitude of John Nicholas Bosler and Joe E. Bull, and Is a return for tho lives returned Saturday from a trip to Chicago. orlcan .boys and blod of our Irish-Aand loyal American soldiers who Angela Reagan has returned didn't know that when they fought to Miss Louisville after a visit to MUs to make the world safe for democ- - Lillian Reagan at Pewee Valley. racy Ireland was not to be Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Duffy had as their guests this week Mr. and Mrs. John O'Connor, of Chicago. RUING THEM HOME. IRISH AMERICAN, 319-32- III 111 1 Wtt illy YjSfcHlllUIII lllllllllliii7irTrrr-BHaaB- Green St. Li 13-1- SOGIETY. j m Our Straw Hats Are Ready $2 to $12 in are now most elaborate and comprehensive display we've ever held and that covers a years. High quality span of fifty-eighats for young men, old men, all men, in all of the best and newest braids. Superior straws; $2 to $12. ht jttWA3 chew, iyilji H Come onl Now for a realtobacco treatl Hit up your old pipe or take a man's sife chew and see how this waxy, mellow, old twist warm the cockles of your heart. The smell of it alone will take you right back for more. Ask for War Hawk! At all live merchants I prefer- STRAWS for every taste and the being shown Guaranteed by John D. Moore Tobacco Co. INCORPORATED. API'RKOLVTION. )Mr. and Mrs. John McAtee are exwill be considered by pected to arrive hom The Kentucky Irish American's Comfort, Texas, whore today from Ihi peace conference. they have The time for efforts hat has pasesd. British statesmen were in behalf of the Victory loan been visiting their son, Vincent worth while and elicited, the persist In regarding Ireland a3 a following v.ory pleasing appreciapurely domestic question, and they tion: air. Vornard Larkin and son. will have their way at the conferTWO MORE WELLS JUST IN Master Harold Larkin, of Chicago, "Louisville. Kv., May 9, 1919. ence. Ireland's claim is being Dear Higgins: Now that the cam- have beon spending the week as the paign is over and Louisville has guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. shelved safely. 1529 WEST MARKET STREET sone 'over the top' for the fifth Duffy.' I want to express to you, and time, MUST NOT PAIL. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hlllenmeyer. through you to each department, my One of those now wells is estimated at 30 barrels and appreciation for the services ren of Lexington, were the weekend the other at 50 both are on producing leases in Allen Rell-in- g, Germany will be reduced to a dered tho Government, not only in guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Comity. This makes 14 wells for Kenmar and 6 of thei.i and on Saturday attended the in all other City 2360. Main 2360-Jhird or fourth rate power by the this campaign, butyou to express War races. my work. I will ask aro already equipped and pumping. Kenmar now has !iG peace terms forced upon her by the thanks and appreciation to both Van-cn- . and Barren Counties; it is ably Allen leases in Misses Louise and Clare Daughallies. Perhaps this will not matter your editorial and advertising demanaged by successful business men and will stand the partments. My relations with both erty, daughters of Capf. W. B. much when the League of Nations strictest investigation. Wednesday for agree-nbl- o' Daughorty, left has banished all fear of war and departmentsnothas been most that I Pittsburg to visit their sister, Mrs. any request and ' WE'LL TAKE YOU TO SEE THE KENMAIi 717-71- 0 E. CnBaTJfCT national ambition no longer reigns have made of either department for Jamos Hunley. LOUSVILLB. KX. good of the campaign has been Jn the world. Then there will bo the PROPERTIES AT OUR EXPENSE Assuring you of my high Patrick Shea, of tho navy, who no Incentive to seek power. But if docllned. appreciation for the- - services render- recently returned from overseas. Is Go and see for yourself. That's tho sttre way! We'll the league fails in this, we are left ed by your paper, I beg to remain, now stationed at the Brooklyn navy take yon and' we'll pay all your expenses, to and from ! to face tho same conditions aa those Very truly yours, yard, and expectB to be released Louisville, if you are ready to invest a substantial amount, from servico in June. "PEYTON B. BETHEL. that brought on the late war. ' Gerof Kenmar at 75c. "Chairman for Jefferson County."- many has good reason to complain Robert Barry, of Washington and that tho peace terms are severe. But well konwrt In newspaper clrclcB, 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, PARISH MAY FESTIVAL. the German delegates must sign or THE McMAIION COMPANY, has bten aponding the week visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James E. Incorporated else Invite total destruction. The If popularity can assure the only alternative that Is possible is of anything it may well be as Barry. South Brook street. Jlorewith my check for $'- -. . ; for Germany to turn to Bolshevism sumed that tho May festival and "congressman Ben Johnson and shares for and that would be worse than the candy party for the sacred Hear MrS- - jjen Johnson and Mrs. Ben DEMIOTVESS. church, to bo held on Monday, MXy Tnibott, of Bardstown, were here to evil from which It offers to escape. , Address 26, In the school hall at Seventeenth Beo tho Derby and were guests of Guab. Mala 200S-- a Home City 2Q0S J rn C05 Bids ann Hroaaway. win ne me greatest Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hamilton. 9H SPECIAL SESSION. H!I M Name popular pi the year. 'more, and most Louisvlllo, Ky is no more deserving and popular Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Seller have President Wilson has called Con- parochial school In Louisville, announced tho engagement pf their gress to meet in special session next when announcement of this event daughter, Miss Olivia (Rose Seller, Crrect Glasses Are as ImporUni as the Right Medicine. 111 I The to William T. Recktenwald. Monday. There is considerable work made by the ladies of the Altar ? llllliy a wedding will take place in June ciety It .may bo relied upon Wf Make Criastts in Meet the Penuirementi nf to be done in passing needed appro- fitting compliment will be that P. IAKN0N. JR.. Vice Pfos. and Tren M. J. BMNex. msMtrt awl MiiMftr. ASK ANY priations before the peace treaty Father Patrick Walsh and the good Oculists-- ' Prescriptions. A pleasant event last week was OCULIST In the closing Sisters who conduct Sacred Heart the reception 'given by Mrs. Mary fan be considered. days of the last Congress the fil- school. Elaborate preparations are Bauer in honor of her son, Henry being made for tho entertainment discharged ibuster prevented the pasage of many of both parents and children, and F. Bauer, who has been from the United States service over 01 FOUItTH AVENUE OPP. MARY ANDERSON bills, among them the annual appro- if experience, energy and1 tact count seas. Sewer &b4 Calvert Pipe, In reaching results this festival will priation bill. This must no'w be f Baaaaa's Patent Lidded Pipe ler Steam Ceadaits, success anyJoseph N. Higgins, of the Marine passed. And by the time the Presi- excel in its Wall CeBiag, Drala Tile, Vitrified Brick, thing of a nature hitherto un Corps, who has been "home on a furdent arrives In Washington tho dertaken. such lough, will report back to Quantlco, Fire Prosfiag,, Flae Liaiag, Fire Irictt be ready for action on Senate will Va Monday, but hopes to bo disGrate aad Bailer Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Taps. charged from, service in a few the peace treaty. Then will come NEW OPTICAL FIRM. OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. weeks. fl the tug of war. Wo bellevo the uiuuarusA'iai service S I IjOTJI&VTUL, treaty will bo ratified,- - but It will be a Quality and rate aro both given at CUMB. MAIN 507. PHONES CITY 373-178KENTUCKY Mrs. Nora Ryan, 823 Mechanic,, tho distin reasonable only after a bitter partisan fight. guishing characteristics of tho Su- street, Jeffersonvllle, has announced LARGEST IN THK SOUTH. VTdUtCS Thirteenth nl treokinrIJBa and Niuth aad MfgnaJib. 2 j perior Optical Company, at Gil tho engagement or her daughter, ?LONDON OPINION. South Fourth avenue. The com- Miss Catherine B. Ryan, to George pany, having a complete and euperh-l- y W. Weber, of Wyoming.' Their equipped manufacturing plant, marriage will bo solemnized at St. W. O. ROR5, PHtnt. ItEFAIRING 1VBUMNS The London Post takes the folHERBERT JENKINS, Sec. and Treai. Augustine's onables lowing shot at Messrs. Walsh, glasses, its patrons to save on their dae not wet church this summor. the Expert Atteatkm On Repairs Oh All Makes of Cars set. and guarantees absolute CO. VULCANIZING Dunne and Ryan, tho three repre- satisfaction. SPECIALISTS ON FORD RETAIIUNQ Messrs. W, E. Beher HISHOP niOKEY. INCORTORATKD sentative and loyal Americans who and E. J. Fox are experts in their to & GO. are abroad trying to secure justice lino of business and are resolve way Tho Right Ror. William Hickey. GUARANTEED VULCANIZING ' have their arm live up in every , and fair play for Irelaaa: Prop. .ERNEST SMITH, to its title of the Superior Optical th-- new- "Roman Catholic Bishop of "We fcve no fear of injuring Company, aad have already ma4 PFsvldcnce, was born at Worcester, Office and Wqrkroows Northeast Corner Soventk anij liraatlvraV Betk Pfeeees aW 718 SOUTH SEVBTfTS ST., LQUISVliiLS, KX, KentHcky Toiilsvlllo, Uenw jpkese Otty Maw., Atty years ago Tuwclay. America seatlnreat ia sayg that I their aiabltioa good in this It was to lie expected that the British Tory press would do all In its power to discredit the mission of the American committee who went to Paris in the interests of Irish Independence. JuBt what progress is being made by tho committee it is' hard to say. The members are now In Ireland conferring with Irish leadors. There is a report that Moyd George cancelled his engagement to meet them. Tho attitude of the British Tories is Bummed up In the editorial of the London Post: "If It is true that Sir. Wilson is behind this intrigue against the union of tho United Kingdom and arter the President's behavior toward Italy anything is credible tho American Ambassador," says the Post, "ought to be told that the Tinted 'Kingdom does not tolerate Interference in Its domestic affairs. Thpy are our business and the business of nobody else." The Irish question, acording to this view, is not an international one. It is a domestic affair pure and simple. This ignores the fact that tho Irish race Is entirely from the English, that Ireland Is In reality a separate nation held In subjection by force and, in spite of protest by England. It also ignores tho declaration of President Wilson for self determination for all peoples which declaration was ac cepted Iy England whon our aid in the war was necessary. But this attitude does not surprise us in the least. It was what we expected from the timo it was first proposed to bring Ireland under the principle of as enunciated by President Wilson. We know little enough of what is transpiring behind closed doors in Paris. But we have no hope that Ireland's right to feep-nrato .Malone, who visMiss While the-- Allies are dividing the ited her Katherine sister, Mrs. Thomas Hogan, spoils of war and America is not has arrived homo from St. Louis. deriving or wants to recleve any of Miss May Belle Boone spent a the benefits or rewarda, the aver(Haven, pleasant Week-en- d age American citizen can not un- the guest of Dr. J. at Now Ray Boone and why American soldiers are family. derstand LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY mmm The Last Dollar at for somttkUg yu did not NEED would have lUrUi a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear iateuit COMPOUNDED twice a year; Taere MAY COUK a Uaiewkea your "LAST DOLLAR" mate b itteat for lemethiat; you DO NEED. The SAVING now ef the dolUrt yen ere wtitiaz aricht ke that "hard time" frem ever ceatag, i used to' see that England, Prance of the Miss Louise Goodrich, and tho others get their share. TJio was the recent Sunday East cry goes up from East to West and guest End,Miss FranceB Donahue at of from North to South, 'JBrlng the Oakdalo. boys home." Mrs. Ellen Kelly, 312 West Sixth Stamp out and punish the Bol- street, New Albany, is -in Evansvllle, daughter,- Sister Mary shevik! in this country, whether he visiting her Pauline. be a notoriety seeking minister or an I. W. W. ' Ensign Henry B. Reillng left Monday for New York, after a two weeks' visit with his mother, Mrs. MOUIt.V HER DEATH. M. S. Relllng. Hundrods of people of this city Mrs. S. D. Thomnson been en are mourning the suddon death of tertaining at her home has Prestonia a .Mrs. Mary Gavin Cllnes, which oc- this week Margaret Mrs. for curred Sunday afternoon at the O'Brien, of Chicago'.' family" residence, 1037 South Sixth The regular dance for soldiers d street, on her birthday. She was the widow of John P. Cllnes, and sailors will be given at the and is survived by five children, Knights of Columbus Hall this afthree jsons. Charles H John arid ternoon and evening. William Cllnes, and two daughters. Misses Anna and Mary Ellen. She , Miss Mary Sherrod'was last week was the aunt of Thomas D. Cllnes, the guest of her cousin, Miss Ruby Treasurer of Jefferson county. Fu- SHerrnd. at New Haven. Sho also neral services wore held Wednesday visited Miss Elizabeth Daugherty. morning with solemn high mas3 at Mrs. J. H. Higgins, who was callthe Cathedral. Rev. Father Rock, who officiated at her marriage, In a ed hero by the death of her sister, feeling tribute to her memory, Miss Ann 'Bryan, has returned to hor home at Independence, Kas. spoke of Mrs. Cllnes as an h ioned mother, who did not long for Jacob Marsell and 'bride, who was a career away from home nor re fuse to do her duty there. She, MlBs Margaret Schwiermann, have returned from their wedding trfp loved her husband and her childre Her chief ambition was to be hvr and are at homo at (Highland Park. husband's dearest companion and (to Miss Eva Becque, of West Broadrear her sons and daughters ,to be a credit to the name they bore. Sho way, and Miss Virginia Bluo, of was willing to work early and late, Siarlpn, are viaiting Lieut, and Mrs. for she tolled for those she loved. John Harvey Becque, at Saltville, She was a great force for morality. Va. Kalth was to her like the breath of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edwin life. Virtue was for her tho only course, and vice she hated in all its Coonoy, who havo been the guests . J. B. Wathen. Sr., She preached by example of Mr. forms. left Sunday for their home In how to practice the Christian life. . Levy at Tlnird Bros :Market I Tint you Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. Fifth and Court Place. Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. sixty-thir- QUALITY and SERVICE PRICE Our complete iniinufnctiirinj; plant enables people to iiivi1 from $li to $5 on their glares. WE GUARANTEE ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION Wb carry in stock a complete assortment ot the finest fr.uue-rro, which to make a selection. A competent optometrist !n charge of e'xamin.itlons. LENSES with any desired mounting in stock, case and cord AT A REASONABLE coniplf-t- e m GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH,! 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I KBNarcroicY RfflABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. THE "Ask Any Oculist." The best GLASSES you can get are tho only safe kind to wear. Correct GLASSES are as Important as the right medicine and WE make ' nein AMEmiOAsr. JOHN B. RATTERMAN iti it it. iti a ii. fTTTTTTT pjfll v "I Couldn't Keep House Without My Electric Cleaner HOUSEWIVES practically unanimous in their , FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 WEST MARKET STREET Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland West 1107a. SMOKE I TARPY'S Lady Dash 10c Little A. J. 5c OPTICAL COMPANY 018 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Road Service. ' them. Ky., Opposite Mary Anderson. 1 who have used an Electric LADIES That Milan hat from last summer needs attention. Bring It to us and wo will clean, dye and reshape it to look like now. This is the only placo in tho city that knows how to do ladles' hats. Wo. have all modern machinery and can do the best of worki (Forty years In business is our guarantee. ! I Best Cigars Made 'I' Home City 8300 Home Phono 2S50 D. D, S. JOHN D. ROMMEL CO. 014 South Third St. PISK TIRES ACCESSORIES Louis A. Broring, 900-90- DENTIST JOHN B. O'LEABY & CO. Headquarters lor CITY AND FAIttI PROPERTY See us about anything in real estate. We sell, buy and rent. 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. Home Phone City 4464. The. Smoke, Or Thr, Houni Sns 1315 S. Twenty-sixt- h. 1 STARKS BUILD1NQ opinion. The7 simply couldn't and wouldn't go g back to broom and carpet beater with their attendant labor and wear and tear. dust-creatin- g, !!!! ! I I j 'I 'I l fr V fl l disease-spreadin- Falls City Straw Works 713 WEST Abolish Spring Ho usee leaning HHMHHHsMHBHHHHHnHHMHH IMHHHHMHHHI HHHNHMH There will be no need for this annual "nightmare" if you use an Electric Cleaner. 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Quiet, Genteel Service From Buffet Hats Cleaned and Blocked While Lunch to Banquet. You Walt Soldiers' Uniforms and Hats a Specialty. Work Called For MEDLEY HOTEL RESTAURANT, and Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, 620 W. Market St. and Quality." Two HAMBLY'S Main 9170. City 5810. i ARE YOU A GAMBLER? IF SO, DON'T READ THIS s f J("M VrXt VATtri"l.-fe- r jproSTOwiK CHIROPRACTIC adjustments' remove tho cause of Disease. Consultation , Free. Office Hours; 10 to 1; a ta 0. Phono City 287C. Spinal Cor. Brook and Market Ste. 3?OR STRAW CLEANING. Avoid the rush sulting us now. ng1 No .Gambling No Speculating No Doubts A GOLD DOLLAR FOR 50 CENTS Guaranteed 12 Dividend Per Year Limited To Only 500 Shares At $100 a Share 3 HAT by con Panama Blocki- attention lAfter reading, and you cannot see that we are offering a real gold dollar for 50 cents, we will gladly explain. For a few days only, we offer The BEST, The SAFEST and The MOST PROFITABLE investment. PEOPIE'S Wm On JPROVIDEKT AMtOXATXMI Incorporated ."WgUJaown CUHwu THE SIGN OF QUAMTY Slghl'd 741S W. our specialty. NATIOWAI, SAT CLEANING WORKS Albert Smith, Prop. 633 WEST aiAKKnT STREET Homo Phone. City G1G1 Hat Cleaning and Oranlxea br East 180 AUSBROOKS Doctor of -Tic Parniture and Other Perional Property at j, ax a KENTUCKY LAUNDRY CO. Incorporated 614-02- Both Phone J fc 'WL WHCNIT'JYCCl Both Phones W H O M 024-02- 5 LOWEST KATES COLEMAN BUILDING S E. COR. THIUD AND JEFFERSON . Both Phones 2886 2 STARKS BLDG. LET US KNOW! Local and loner distance moving with motor vans. Furniture, packing and shipping. All work guaranteed. Estimates cheerfully furnished free of charge. A. ARNOLD & SONS AUCTION & STORAGE CO. 425 Underbill St. Geo. Dearborn Manager RJDTIISOSB Reutllnger Adolph Both Phones 2406 JNO. P. MORTON & CO. 0 0. INCORPORATED W 1 $1.35 Cincinnati $1.35 $2 Round Trip $2 ON STEAMERS FIRE INSURANCE TORNADO, LIABILITY AND SOUTH K.tnblinked 1826. Loniaville.Ky. L (Incorporated) Weit Main Street PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRJ STREET SAVLVGS LOUISVHiLD AND DEPOSIT BANK OFFIGH OUTFITTBKS STATIONEItS PltlNTERS L Y O America and Queen City At 5 I M.' Every Friday xxex:rc:Es: ARTHUR A. WILL BUILDER y Fourth and Central Avenue Three Per Cent. Paid on Savings A General Banking BusiDeposits. ness Transacted. j i 2481 MONTGOMERY STREET Home Phone Shawnee 1010 o N MEET THE BOAT TRIPS Every Sunday at o a. in. from Third and River. Phone Main or City 141. Jjm0f 00 MAGNETOS STARTERS GENERATORS Repaired By Factory Exports Brushes for all makes of starting and lighting systems. All work guaranteed one year. K. FFEWFER FRANK A. OHLMANN FLORIST 000 East Franklin Street Street 421 South Thirty-eightFuneral GROCERIES AND FRESH MEATS Cut Flowers, Plants and Works. Cumb. Main S67-Phone Shawnee 559-h A L. Hot Water Heaters Double Copper Coils Trice Highland 1033 JOS. V. GROCERY WINES, J. SPANINGER M. BUGKNER TOBACCONIST WHOLESALE AND SALOON, FINK LIQUORS, CIGAItS 370 Baxter Avenne PRACTICAL HATTER 000 West Main Street Louisville, Ky. Your money guaranteed, your profit guaranteed. You will share in the additional profits, which are big, and you will hac the opportunity to participate in our other developments. We produce an absolute necessity; purs is a home product; our coal is situated in the Hazard coal fields, Eastern Kentucky, and which is known as the best coal. We have approximately 10,915,000 tons of this coal. Guaranteed stock is the best security., It is like a first mortgage on real estate; it has a first lien. We will accept Liberty bonds in payment. $12-5- 0 Coniicctins Automotive $4.00 Elect. Service Co. Solid Coll JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURE MOVER and PACKER WAGON OK VAN Remodeled, Cleaned and CleanDyed. Panama's Bleeched. 2525 West Walnnt Street Clothing. ing and Pressing of Men's John B. Stetson Hats at Low Price3. PICNIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY Homo Phono Shawnee 1986 520 West Walnut Street Hats UNITED STAR COAL CORPORATION MIJ In urpuralcd $9,50 548 South Third Street Phone City 1833. OITIIK IIV'AKI), KY. Sales Manager's Office, 311 Starks BIdg., Louisville, Ky. Telephone City 1808. OUR DIRECTORS ARE NOT CONNECTED WITH ANY OIL COMPANY 1815 Date w. m. CISSELL St, Home Slinjnuea 1601 Guaranteed Satisfactory -- J. LADIES ! Bring us your last year's Straw let us shape it into this year's latest mode. We are in a position to do the best of work at reasonable prices. OLD MAN HARRIS PRESENTED antee of such a title against the de- In their own Internal affairs by arclared protest of Ireland would con- bitrary and Irresponsible force.' stitute a definite denial of "the prin- Any guarantco under Article 10 of ciple of justice to all peoples and territorial .integrity and political Innationalities and their right to live dependence as affecting Ireland, can on equal terms of liberty and safety rightly endure only to the boneflt of with one another, whether strong or the people of Ireland themselves. weak,' and without tho acceptance "In the name, therefore, of the of that principle 'no part of the people of Ireland, I ask that the structure of international justice Irish nation may be invited to give can stand.' their adhesion to the covenant of "Tho guarantee of such a title ,tho League of Nations, and that would ibe subversive of 'the reign of memoersnip available under Article law based upon the consent of tho 7 even to colonies who have freely governed and sustained by the or- and legitimately subscribed to the ganized opinion of mankind.' The supremacy of the English Imporlal guarantee of such a title would con- Parliament shall not be denied to stitute recognition ot the right of the Government of a free, independthe strong to serve its own material ent Irish republic." Interest and advantage thrpugh the exercise of its 'exterior influence and ACADEMY MUSIOALE. mastery.' The guawratee of such a title would give Great Britain a The pupils of St. Benedict's warrant to make a nation weaker Academy will give a violin and than, herself 'subject, to purposes piano recital at the toand interests.' It "weald confirm the morrow afternoon at 8: 0 o'clock, claim of Great Britain to rule and and the friends and families of the dominate the people of Ireland 'even pupils are invited to be present. , H. BOSSEfcSON Funeral Directors and Embalmers. 10 FKHR A.VJECIIJ THE LOUISVILLE-OL- D IN HOTEL Start the Season Right KODAK FILMS Wfcm Tfeta Trafc Mart it EjWM Twwnty-Pvar Iicavo Your 512 S. Scod Hoar rvi St., LouMviiU gation to guarantee to Great Britain USE- - US. a tuie to the possession of Ireland STARK'S NEW METHOD and dominion over tho Irish people. "Against the imposition df such SHOE REPAIR SHOP slavery upon Ireland, arid especial S. STARK, Proprietor. ly against the giving ot such a Only the very best material asd guarantee of title to Great Britain, highest class of workmanship. Work I enter on behalf of the people of called for and delivered. Our work Ireland, in whose name I have the and service will please you. proiew. Great Britain' title to Ire TRY US. land rests solely upon the Military od prompt We give epeeial power of a nation to determine the to work. fortune of a people over whom they Home Hume City 981 ; Main 190C-have no right to rule except the . Fowtk St., Louisville, Ky. 40 right of force.' The combined 'guar H. out-of-toY Has secured the DeMar Quintet of (Continued from First Page.) Chicago, (for a short engagement, and will open with them on Monday evening at C o'clock. Special Table in history to leave her unaided to d'Hoto Dinnera and After-theatnor own resources as Indicated in Suppers will be served. the preceding paragraph. "Three Article Ten Brill impose "We are as closo to you as your upon all nations, as a condition ot membership ot the league the obli phone." er of hia Editor, hag made scores readers from 50 per cent, to 600 per cent, on investments, who hare followed his "tips" on what to buy and when to sell, in oil and mining stocks, during past year. He knowa "Who's Who" in the oil game. All confidential. Information strictly Year's subscription to Kentucky Oil Journal ?2. (Free with each now subscription a beautiful map of Kentucky oil fields an artist's idea of an airplane view of the State, worth ?5; 14x22 inches.) Wrlto for free sample copy 16 pages, 2 illustrated, building,!' Louisville, Ky. 411-41Intor-Southern Cleaning, dying, reblocking of Ladles' Hats in tho latest styles. Walnut Straw Works Rift West Walnut St. Sire your feoya an edaoatlos will prepare tkeai tot lift.t&t ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE W. Srok&war, Loalirille, Xy. Conducted by the Xaveriaa Brothers. Classical, .Bclentino and Courses. Preparatory Department,u1rmi Large Bwlmmintr Pool, Well Equipped Qyma-sluTerm moderate. Bra. Benjamin, "Mr, lia MESSENGER SERVICE (DAY OR NIGHT.) 0O9 SOUTH FIFTH STREET. "We purchase aad deliver theter tickets, lunches, railroad tickets, berths, etc. Prompt aad reliable meMHgra for all kind of personal and private business. Phone City 4414. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N.W.CHHrFHrlkaid hr aea-dtm- Jtrrui T mw I KaWTTTXJOlV uAuuuMuauMMUMMMtMt4MHMMM4mH KteLX&Jd AJJ3IICXftL.lv fs)a)a)afjft)aa)a)s)aa)a); f I 2 Z Ve i LOOISYILLE JOCKY GLOB Glva and Redeem" Qold Trading Stamps. SPRING taK. MEETING 17 IBACONasoH i J"iMrnnnnnnTrTr'KaaaiSssssssss We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. CONFIRMATION i OUllO FOR BOYS NORFOLK SUITS OF BLUE SERGE PRICED AT Nineteen Days' Racing, Beginning Derby Day, Saturday, May 10, and Ending With the Kentucky Oaks on Saturday, May 31. Clark Handicap Runs Saturday, May FIRST RACE RUN AT 2:30 P. M. i ; MUSLIN GOWN SALE And the Prices Are Moderate. elaborately trimmed or neatly trimmed. This sale offers the opportunity of securing the sum- mer's supply at a moderate cost. ck i SEVEN HIGH CLASS RAPES EACH DAY. $10.00 - $12.00 f White Shirts and Blouses MS) li,m!iilff (patrons of th6 company, and Cundlff has demonstrated that tho business has como to stay and Is a success In each and all of its departments. Man-lager styles These garments need no comparative price, for the articles speak for themselves all materials, all sizes and , I J - plain, RECET DEATHS, Peter Tevlln, aged eighty-thre- e and one of tho pioneer members of St. Cecelia's parish, died Monday morning at his homo, 2808 St. jXavler street. Ho was for many years a resiuent or JjOuisviuo ana had friends In all sections of tho city. Surviving him aro a son, Thomas P. Tevlln, and a daughter, Miss Celesta Tevlln. Funeral services were held Wednesday morning. Monday morning the funeral of Mrs. Julia O'Hearn Brown was held from St. Louis Bertrand church, of which eho was a respected and devout member. She Is survived by iN , jf T Muslin Gowns; made of good ciuality cambric and nainsook, in botli and slipover styles; trimmed with Lace, cm- J broidery and insertion with ribbon run through; To Go With Confirmation Suits, crsen s TO MR. FLY Ineorporited. nOTH PHONES. mKalSmrm sLitf'PLLS A'THE PILL THAT WILL" evV? MENRY C WERR a.OUIaWH.lfc'MVf." UT j ' ? ua ONI.V i 75c . 90c Life $1.00 i Insurance Co. d, MEAN GOODBYE Screen with Dow'a Screens. DOW WIRE & IRON WORKS' 217 W. MARKRT. NEW LINES OF WHITE GOODS AND LACES FOR GIRLS' WEAR. They work like a charm. Every box sold to satisfy or your money refunded. in For Sale by Your Druggist packages. 25-cent models; prettily trimmed with laco and embroidery; regular ana extra- sizes; Special at $1.08 Oilier Gem us; made of the finest and softest materials and beautifully trimmed with laco and embroidery in tho most effective styles; 2.25, $2.48 and ?2.08 I I IRISH AMERICAN I .Muslin Gowns; In a very good material and shown, in tho popu- lav slipover style with neat embroidery trimmlmr: - Spocia at $1.75 .Muslin Gowns; made of tho finest quality nainsook and cam- -. brie, and shown in a 'largo assortment of slipover and 1 Inter-Southe- rn SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES JAMES R. DUFFIN, President. LOUISVILLE, ICY. Why not toko an ngency for & conservatively managed, medium-sizeclean, progressive company, whose treatment of agents and policyholders and whose standing and courtesies with all of tho American Life Insurance Companies give It a position of tho very highest rank? CAPITAL, RESERVE AND 5URPLUS FOR PROTECTION OF POLICYHOLDERS MORE THAN $4,500,000 Deposit with tho State of Kentucky under tho Compulsory Deposit Law more than $4,600,000. Excess deposit over all requirements $1,000,000, or 20 per cent, more than the law requires. For good, clean agency contracts with renewal 'commissions, so tnat you may build up a business of your own and have an independent permanent Income, address the Home Offlco of the Company. INTER-SOUTHER- N Joseph II. Lally, of Nov Albany, for twenty years a responsible employe of the Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company, died Saturday morning, following an operation' for stomach trouble, being 111 but three weeks. He was a brother of Harry, Dan and Mlcha.ol and Doputy Circuit Court Clerk John P. Lally, all of Louisville. A sister, Mrs. Elmer Oculists' Prescriptions. Willett, and his wife and Ave chilThe funeral was dren SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY held also survive. Tuesday morning from Holy XXOOBVaBATXD Trinity church. -- on "SEE US." u the Neatext PERFECT FITTING her husband, Patrick Brown, and three sons, Edward Brown, Omaha, Neb.; Albert B. Brown and J. J. Brown, and three daughters, Miss Nellio A. Brown, Mrs. R. G. Miller, Galveston, Texas, and Mrs. Bernard Asman. I Special t 9 at 08c Fresh Ohio River Fish RECEIVED DAILY OHIO RIVER t C made of a good grade of material, In tho. at- tractive slipover models; prettily trimmed with laco and 4 embroidery; i Specia at $1.23 2 . Nuhibook Gouns; shown in a wonderful assortment of slipover j styles, laco, embroidery and ribbon trimmed; tho quality of tho material la of tho best; J Special at $1.40 i Musllu Gowns; A SPECIALTY. Segal & Boyer Fish Co. MEN TRY US oe TWO-PIEC- E SUITS tfti pi.4D LIFE INSURANCE CO. LQUISVILLE, KY. Shoes For The Kiddies For First Communion and Confirmation 311 East Jefferson Street. Sunday afternoon Death released Home City 1061. earthly Mrs. Susan O'Brien from No Job Too Large or None Too suffering after a long Illness at her 2021 Maplo street. Mrs. home, Small.. years old MEN'S BLACK OR TAN O'Brien was seventy-si-x and waa one of tho most highly esteemed members of tho Sacred Heart congregation. Sho was tho widow of John O'Brien and is survived by two daughters, Misses to. Mary Rose and Margaret O'Brien, and a son, William O'Brien. Tho Tlteio cboea ore world beaters Oar Motto: Prompt Service. Bet. funeral took place Tuesday mornthey look weU and they stand the tetfWorlc, Sntiafled Customer. bang of service. They are deilgrned ing, Rev. Father Walsh celobratlng bum for service and they rentho high mass and paying tribute to and that service. Temporary Phone South 0159 der her Christian life and womanly LouisviHe, Ky. 745 S. Sixth St. SPALDING SHOE CO. Fourth and Ghesmut. THREE-PIEC- E SUITS D1 CA SpI.OU WE AUK RESPONSIBLE. BEST SERVICE- - IN THE CITY. INCORPORATED Liberty Electric and Repair Company WORKSHOES Puis Cleaning and Dyeing' Co. $3.50 $600 Both Phones 2635. . 421 W. Chestnut St. 4 YyyVYVVYyyYYJmy MADK IN LOUISVILLE. L1- -- EIGHTEENTH AND MAMiE The Cathedral lost one of Its best District Out of tho JensBBBMansBBBsnssBi members when Geoffrey known OPEN SVEOTNGS Morlarty, aged seventy, passed away c family homo, 1318 South IS EXTRA GOOD. FUNERAL FLOWERS at tho street. A native of County Brook BUY IT. TRY IT. '4 Kerry, Ireland, he made this city his youth. He is his home since t SMILES. Each year wo carefully plan our A SPECIAL SPRAY $3.00 e survived by his widow, Mrs. Mary t A SPECIAL VRBATH $5.00 Sullivan Morlarty, six daughters, stock, to meet children's MAGIC-KBLLE- R Mrs. G. L. Moccla and Misses Helen, DR. JOHN P- - BECKER c t t Utcso events. Tills year Margaret, Anno, Agnes and Cather' INCUKFOKATjaU t Moriar-tIL ine Morlarty; a son, Joseph OPTOMETRIST, you will find scores of rightly deand several nieces and nephews, ssBBVmU') a"ll of Louisville. The funeral servsssbbbBT "Iwi SPECIALIST IN FITTING GLASSES signed shoes which excel in quality bbbbbbbeV1 lHKU ices were held Thursday morning, e friends Twenty Years' Experieuce. attended by many of material and sbocmaking. Prices Reasonable. tourmMrnwtaiirrtlr and acquaintances. lasting Tho values aro 3 IS Starka BaRding. Third Floor We telegraph Plowora Everywhere MISSIOX A SUCCESS For Your Savings U. S. Government Protection. Fourth aiid Walnut. wear and freedom from foot torturo. Phone City 1180. Tim mission that onencd last More than 35,000 Bank Accounts, representing 100,000 people with a total Kid National Roofing Sunday In St. Mary Magdalen church deposit of more than $10,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by the CanVnn has been well attended at both tho CLEVELAND MOTORCYCLE people of LouisviHe at this safe, conservative bank. BBckakin Company morning and evening services and Incorporated Rev. Father Gausepohl Is gratified High and Low, Models fViaMlflPmiaViaLn UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND Pitch, Coal Tar, Tnrren Felts, with tho results. The missionaries Priced $3 to $6 Gravel Itoollng (A Specialty). who are conducting the services aro in Vnrv T?ev. nfnthina Mevflr. Pro For messengers, collectors, business 124 W. Main clerks, mechanics vincial of tho Redomptlonist Order, men, fanners; workmen, weekly Phonos City 1250;' Main 1400-cash or and the Rev. August Pregenzer. It and will continue all next week and will THE VERY BEST close with benediction and special R. L. DAVIS, Agent, blessing on aunaay, may -- o. INCORPORATED S. W. Corner Seventh and Broadway 41M1 FOURTK AVBHOT' COUNTRY CHURCH SOCIAL. . QIC Guthrie St. City QIC The congregation of St. Denis' Speed 111.16. Blaia church will entertain with a church pjen, ton. NAME, social and May festival next Wedwrrrcn! Trnmr. Nail Sclwitflcilfy TrnW nesday afternoon and evening on Iscrntoi tti SOFT DRINKS April and May Delivery Only. the grounds of tho Cane Run ImDr. Uriah Z. Litsiy "Taylor" provement Club. Euchre and lotto isfX Western Ky. $5.60 HARVEY-JELLIC- O DocSk Auto Owners: Wo Are Motor games will begin at 2:30 o'clock BEgjaSasv Chireyeaiat "Jeilico tors, Skilled Experts To Servo You. and an 6.50 Wilton Mines country sup007 We Never Sleep. Open 24 Hours. per will be served from 4:30 to "Harlan" (INCORPORATS)) 6.50 Black Beauty Starka Full Lino of Tires, Tubes and Ac 7:30. To reach the 'transportation cessories. Tires and Tubes Vulcan- point, tako West Walnut or Oak tSMm&lmmmW Bailai! ized. Storago Batteries Charged and stcrtft cars. Both Pfasjsr DOMESTIC Repaired. PORTLAND AUTO AND STEAM DISTRIBUTORS OF THE GENERAL REPAIR CO., Keller and COLONELS HOME THURSDAY. HAPPY UNION. BIcchuer, Proprs, 377 N. 20th BtJ Uias Adella Reillng and Lieut MS. J. filADY, Salts A(Ht JAS. I. McTISHE, Sites A(t ? Phono Shawnee 42. The Loul3vlllo Ball Club will James A. Means wero quietly marR. A. WATSOM, Marnier X homo from their first road trio ried Monday morning In the rectory Only tho Wednesday night and play a series of St. Brlgld's church. BANNER RACING RECORD. two immediato families wero pres each with Columbus and Toledo S6.50 The racing season 'at Loulsvjlle ent. The Rev. Xavler Sutton per- before going on the road for a long XI PHIL. HOLLKN1A01 OO. BOLLBNBAOH'S WINS HOUBB Place your next order with us. Terms cash. this year promises to ecllpso all rec- formed tho ceremony. Miss Mildred stay, and tho fans aro pulling for ords in the matter of popularity and Means was maid of honor and En- them to stay in their present conKarl A. Hollsnbaeh, Prop. INCOXPORXTJBB attendance, the 50,000 crowd of sign Henry Reillng, brother of tho tending position until they leave. With the position at short-tso- p Importer and Dealer In Derby day being followed up by bride, was best man. The bride was Distillers Of capacity crowds all this week, and gowned In a blue gabardine coat strengthened the club will look tho AND LIQUORS WINES tho clean racing furnished has won suit embroidered in black, with a best bet In tho association for the LB VORTUNA SOUK KAMI pennant flag and tho club's hitting many new friends for the snort of waistcoat of champagne colored "HOLLBNBAOB" FU1UD KYfl 144 South Third Street If You Want the Best We Have It. Her hat was largo and of strength will more than offset tho kings and brought all of tho old LemtrrlaW, Ky. Hems Phone 1101 guard back to the races. Tho card black straw faced In champagne col- strong hurling staff of tho St. Paul MS W. IfaSa sH. today promises some exciting con- ored georgetto and trimmed in gly- club, tho present leaders. Outside tests and with fair weather tho rec- cerine ostrich. She wore a corsage of that department tho Colonels far INCORPORATED ord attendance for a Saturday will bouquet of orchids and lilies of tho suhpass the Kelly clan, and at that Miss Means wore a blue Davis and Long are as good as any be broken. Two 'popular selections valley. BROOK AND A STS, with turf patrons by the manage- serge tailored suit with hat of Ibluo two of tho St. Paul's twlrlers. It Is ment of tho newly organized racing braid trimmed In henna ostrich tips. pleasing to noto that tho local base association are Dr. John T. Chawk, Her corsage bouquet was of ward ball followers are giving loyal sup tho welj, known and popular veterl- - roses and sweet elysium. After the port to tho club in a substantial uuriiui, wjiu ta uiuug 'Uiu iuio ui ceremony an Informal buffet break- way. Paddock Judge, being the right man fast was served at tho homo of the PLEASES PATRONS. Where work Is quickly for the place, and Capt. "Jim" bride's mother, only the two famiWhere the home is , brightest ; done; who has proven one best lies being present The houso wa3 Fontaine Perry Park, Louisville's orange bet In Where cooking seems track. handling of the police at tho charmingly decorated In their re- popular summer amusement resort, work Is th Wfesre blossoms and ferns. Upon real fun; lightest; turn from their wedding trip Mr. opened laBt Sunday and should havo Where Iwklsg gives and Mrs. Means will niako their another good season. Much to the COME TO STAY. Where the meal H homo with Mrs. Moans' mother, Mrs. delight of Its patrons the vaudeville eeoked feeetf theater schedule of past seasons has Manager Cundlff, of the Liberty M. P. ReillHg. Where drudge is oat of Where the raafe stands been changed and throughout 1919 Electric and (Repair Company, 745 sight the test the park's most popular amusement vamaAiLum. the South Sixth street, 13 making a Throughout the Bluegrass That's where Ue That's where place will operated on & split- "Qalek Meal" eenes splendid success of the business of there was expressions of section week basis. be In other words', there "Quick Meal" eomtm sorrow prepared his establishment and in. la. to do all kinds of repairing, glaz- when It 'became known that 'Mrs. will be two entirely different vaudeyears ville entertainments jnade np of ing, construction, locksniithing. Or- Patrick Goraley, thirty-liv- e SeM, laataJUti Highly J Qalek Meal Ga JtaaAea big time" offerings each week. ders are filled with promptness and old. fnrmrlY Miss Marie KeOarvev. dispatch, Prices are reasonable and of Lexington, had died suddenly of Fontaine Ferry presents a beautiful 215 guaranteed. Nothing heart disease (Sunday afternoon at . appearance and offers an unusual MARKET ST. J satisfaction service is ever given the Versailles.. (number of attractions but expert "At Neat to You Plioae" High-Rent M.-- K. SOAP Oil 1 ei m requii-c-ments'fo- VHfti: IbbbbbbbbbbbbbbBSi-- rr BY 7 SOAP WORKS v, 'j&my AykAAAAAybJt old-tim- LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK ld two-fol- d White Supply and Y x&tfm5fer& BYRNE & SPEED COAL CO. " EPPING'S CORNS,BUNIONS Anl COAL CO. I t ed QUALITY - - SBHVIOB i High Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coal PER TON. OUR LUMBER f lTpyS4ee), COAL IS GOOD LUMBER & te. IMtt3EX O. JONES OO. Where the QuicK Meal Comes In da-lig- BE SURE TO CALL FOR Kin-narne- y, McKENNA WHISKY. 1 IT IS ALWAYS PURE. KeeeaaJ EHER& SONw. i H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky,