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LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1919. influenced by the fact THAT A. T. IIKIIT, THE BIG KEPUHLICAX BOSH, IS NOW A HEAVY STOCK-HOLDEAND BACKER OK TJIK KENTUCKY RACING ASSOCIA TION, It was remarked in the colR Irish-American INTELI6ENT PH6KE- CAREFUL SMVICE MAtft MMC M Kvery Driver an Uscort Loulsulli Crrlt I Taika. Ci. Incorporate! 2HS3UOC;!C1S3)(W VOLUME XLII.-N- O. PRICE FIVE CENTS. GOV. DUNNE Irish-Americ- HOLY JUNE i - tt' umns of the Kentucky Month Consecrated In Special Man- six months ago that with the CI :i! in gradual disappearance or the leal nyr to the Sacied Heait of police the tough negro element In Freedom. HMKBaaBH-PaOBBBaaflaaW!!! a ittJJi this town would take advantage of Jesus. the motprmen and conductor police, and this" prediction is being .Drilled nightly The negro gamblers and Hnibors on Gateway of 'Atlantic crooks hold the Keystone police In Special Feast obsened Klllla. utter contempt,' and in addition feel Be Open to AH Following Octme of Corpus like they are entitled to rob, burgle Nations. and gamble for'the big aid given tho Chi isti. Republican machine in defeating Swagar Sherley for Congress. Well, the prediction has come through Overwhelming Majority of Ireland with a vengeance. Negro crooks Dciofimuii Feelings Aie Jtcrhnl .Stands United For Self- hj and holdup men' have' taken possesKmjiiciilntlon of the Holy sion of the streMs at night and the Government. dally stories ofliobberles and asSacrament. saults by negro Ihugs re. but a few OF TH MANY ALLOWED TO GET OUT 0EO20L. '.PETTY'S OFQUOTES GUARANTEE. FICE. Out of 1 1,100 arrests here ' IVDLLGEXCKS MAY BE GAINED. ftaaflr aafc IS' vHaflrBBaK nk last month only 354 were negroes, 1.08G being white, while it Is an established fafttthat in CRies of this Edwaid P. Dunne, foimer GovThe month of June is size anu me same proportion oi negro population jthe arrest of negio ernor of Illinois and one of the In a special manner to consecrated the Sacied thiee offenders average 60 per cent Indelegates Heart of Jesus, in order to pro abroad in behalf of Irish freedom, stead of 25 per cent., as here. It mote this devotion pnnn m.,.. TV proves concluslj-elstates the views of the committee a3 that the Keyextended to the whole Catholic follows: stone police are; afraid to arrest neorro me celebration of a groes and the colored- gamblers are It may be appropriate at this feast in honoi of the S.icred special IN MEMORY OF OUR DEAD HEROES, looking to "Mrl'Chesley" for proJunctuie to review briefly the origin CROSS OCDAN FLIERS IN ELE CTRIOALLY HEATED SUITS HeaU and purpose of our mission here. Upper half of photo shows a hu ge wrath being lowered into the of Chr st to be observed the Frl- Electrically flying suit3 a re worn by the aviators when they tection, as Qneof them, said some On April 6, 1917, the United start on their heated time ago. , S thJ CtaVe f Corpus water while a sailor is playing taps from a captured Get man in. Chrisu! Major J. C. P. "Wood left and his flight. States declared war on Germany, ' navigator, t,apt. o. v. wyne, aro a t Curragh, Ireland, In the handling of the police de- commemoration of tho sinking Lusi tanla. Lower half of photo shows r,.i partment Chief of Polipe Petty is the Queen of Roumania placing flo wers on the graves of soldier It was a timid, humble i,on f i, TTit.i , lu a small village In the little nun making a remarkable lecord, not as roes while Her Majesty was on a, v entered more heartily Into the war to France. Police" Chief biftfor.hls ability to that heaven markedsouth of than did American citizens of Irish Instead of being monopolized by be the apostle of h Q,n,,i out to descent. The purposes of the war England. Today these harbors are throw out a camouflage screen when tt . lar and deservedly so with the vot-e- At first the devotion was scoffed at were outlined by our great Presi- - empty and idle solely because the the public beglnsto take too much in the ranks. Gates Young, of au lunoyation. notice of the sdedy cops. One day dent in many public utterances. English policy Is determined to remet Owensboio, and William B. O'Con-nol- Btorm of opposition, it some with a Among those puipo3es he declared tain Ireland as a barren bulwark for the Chief throwsVout a lot of the coming , ... of Newport, aie also candidates tioni neison.s In .hiri, English aggrandizement, and the old bull about what a dandy police were: for this office. ' thority. Blessed and fostered by right of all peoples to self- - unique geographical situation of this band we are going to have, hires a , "The It can be seen from the above list the chuich it ultimately island, far from being a benefit and Administration Wants Two Million musician to tn iiT the "hicks" and determination. of candidates that the Democratic every land and the fruits spread t thus far it is believed the band con"Absolute freedom of navigation a safeguard to Europe and America, which ... It Dollars of Taxpaei.s' Money upon the seas outside of territorial is subjected to the purposes of sists of one "turkey Jnrthe straw fid- Outlook In Kentucky Is Improving party will be moie ably represented produced aiA hocf n. i ,!., In the Noember election than the heavenly oilgln. All the lish policy of world domination. to Spend. dler," two "gll'ar .performers and alike in peace and in war. Daily and Pnitj Success devotional ' "Mutual guarantees of political Ireland today reasserts her 'historic Republicans with the three boys from near Hardinsburg, iceuuKs oi mo early church are reAssured. ticket at Lexington. vived in the fienunntntlnn nf ti, who are right smart performers on Independence and territorial integ-- nationhood the more confidently The Republican leaders are alrendy sacramentj, and especially frequent rity to great and small nations bofore the new world emerging from that notable and tuneful instrument, busy apologizing to some of the dis- wiuiiiuiuuii, the war because she ibelieves in Racing Ends and Near Major and the jewshaiip. Some band! Then alike." great obappointed ones, saying that they ject and center nt is tne when the populace murmurs again Along these same lines Lloyd freedom and justice as the n... rlovntinn ltcfonn Guai dinns Oiler No Petty lays down, a barrage about the Republican Machine Trjing to Keep had to make such selections for geo- Sacred Heart. 'British Pjime Minister, also mental principles of international graphical reasons. In other words, This devotion appeals declared, "Equality of right among law; because she believes in franlc wonderful school vof psychology he - Protest. the Coloied Republican Fight no two good eligible men for office Ingly to US. It rpininiU most touchhas established for the Kenstone nations, small as well as great, is no f peoples for 'between could live In the same zone accord- weening, sorrowinc. inhnrin. n.i boys. Of course', the poor "hick" one of the fundamental Issues this equal rights against vested .i Quiet. ing to tho machine logic. The dying for us. It is consoling devopolice don't know "whether psycholo and her allies are fighting leges, and ancient tyrannies; d selections aio not tion. It shows that our own sorthis war." He added, cause permanent peace In Europe Negro Burglars and Holdups- Reap. ogy Ik something .o eat or not, hut establish in meeting with popular favor of the rows existed long ago in the Sacred It 'furnishes copy; for Petty's press "Government with the consent of can never be secured by perpetuat-th- e voters, and the Republican leaders Heart of Christ ing Harvest, and Kejsloiiers agent and 'dofcsh't Jfurt anyone, Democratic n governed must be the basis ofjing military domination for profit Wo m...! Voters Wise to Hush, and press are having a busy time iar with the least of all he Keystone cops Even any territorial settlements in this of empire, but only by establishing wonderful promlaes that Helpless. trying to explain the machine meth- uur .ura maue tnrough Blessed Mayor' tried his hand at whacking .Methods of Bingthe near war." (control of government In every land ' ods mid purposes. One other fea- Margaret Mary to those who would gulling the comedy cops, and the The war begun by America for , upon a basis of the free will of a ham Press. - free people, and the existing state ture that Is causing much wony Is hae a special devotion to His SaHerald tells us that Shnlth in a such purposes, among other purtho colored brother vote, the big cred Heart. While private revelatalk lntbe Council posed, has been won, and the vie- - of war between Ireland and England asset of the Republican party in tions must be received with caution, torious nations have discussed the can never be ended until Ireland is PETTY CAMOUFLAGES PUBLIQ. chamber, told the Keystone boys Kentucky. Just previous to the the fact that the Blessed Margaret terms of settlement. definitely evacuated by the armed that "he was constantly hearing cit- GOV. BLACK SHOWS STRENGTH. at Lexington there was Mary Alacoque, to whom this reve- izens say thai tile police depnt tment Tne wnoie or ireianu, connumg forces of England ' ' is one In which they ' another convention held that the juuon was maue, nas been elevated of Txmlsvllle in these declarations qi tne pur- daily preas did not tell of, and that to the honors of the altar, places Well, the poor old "refoim" ad- take great prldf4,' and I hope before poses of the war, including self-d- e MACKIN'S MOONLIGHT. was ther colored Republican conven-floe nations, mo uiiici.u auiiup oi ecclesiastical termination of ministration is slipping badly these this administration Is through t which adopted strong resolu aODTOVal. tho attempts of the will have thai will W run nt ho nnf- ffiffi.."!? oPPrtunUy. of the gen- - Mackln Council, Y. M. I., will give. Mi's, lpsing. prestige wifiu the pea. 1r model toa c1Wfl'citlcVofi:thoicomi- be Dqsplte papers, the Courier-Journtions asking if Williams Warier, the ei'arTmnmoirTjrTWctimiHrrrMi thntjLbere la nothing jn these v pie or Louisville, but there Is one tiy." Can yof)eat that? Tne near and Times, to create dissension Louisville colored man, was not go- promise mat is opposed to Catholic declare unmistakably its national day aiglit pn the strainer Pilgrim asset that the near Mayor and his Mayor Is sonwf sweet little kidder in Democratic ranks things aie shap- ing to be nominated for the Leglsla-tui- e faith or to sound moials. out of 105 will. .Only In twenty-si- x rendered associates cling to, and that is cold- himself, Isn't he' by his party. Warley's district ing up nicely for a fair and orderly The Sacred Heart of Christ claims constituencies of the country was Mslc for dancing will be The blooded nene. At the last meeting But right on top of Petty's bar- primary and the selection of a la 75 per cent, coloied. and natural- our devotion. It is the living Heart England able to find enough "ioy- - by Swann's jazz orchestra (if Rod HiltlSplf nnrl its rnlnHrtn in to return members favor- - mitteein charge will look after the of the General Council an ordinanm rage and Smithy's joshing cornea strong ticket in November. From ly Republican, and the and able to the union between Ireland comfort of the excursionists Ow- - was adopted providing a bond Issue the announcement from tho detec- present Indications the Governor's machine Is busy working overtime us is unutterably the kindest and , ooo.ooo for sewers, the people oi ll one. with the trying to convince the coloied broth- most loving neart on earth tive office that Chief Deforrester had race Is a and Great Britain. For the remain- - promise an enjoyable boat ride. It is it this coming November ordered out his entire force for odds in favor of Gov. Black, who is er that the time is not ilpe to tack the Heart of our Savior, our King, seats uie electors . inir seventy-nin- e "'at 8:30 o'clock from to vote on commission """ " " and, the boat will leave spending the night work, to try if possible in in a position to Increase his a colored man on the ticket with our Friend and our Brother. It is chose as members men who believe million to ba appointed by stopping tho epidemic of holdups strength not only in the primaiy, Morrow. The coloied Republicans the Heart of Jesus, still Of these, the foot of Fourth street instead of two ed In Smith. You certainly can't beat and robberies Then the negro but can by ihis short administration fall to be convinced and the lead-pi- those feelings of mercy to filled with seventy-thre- e who now represent First, as has been advertised. which we that for pure castiron nail fiom an burglars of the race throughout the State owe our redemption. When we look engage in a shoot- win strong support for the No eman Immense majority of the people, party must upon the Image of the Heart of administration which now serves us ing duel with the Keystoners, ber election. Judge Carroll to date sav emphatically that the CATHOLIC KNIGHTS. eought election as Republican canwith dirty streets, a "hick" fire de- getting away with It, and to rub It has pretty near the entiie legal pro- take Warlev or defy the negro cle- Christ it awakens in our mind the didates, and each of these Republi City in on Petty and Smithy the daring fession for his following and organ- ment. Thus it can be seen that if love which He bore humanity in beOn Sunday morning, June 8, partment, a can members has pledged himself to and Times were coming man for us and in dying for assert by every means in his power members of St. John's Branch. Hospital and a Keystone police and nasty slickers steal about 'steen isation, while it is hard to predict the Coutier-Journthe right of Ireland to complete in- - CathoHc Knights of America, will force. Only a few days ago the more automobiles. There's one cit- Col. P. J. Noel's strength, he being bent on discussing rows and strife us. If we would ride safely over . , dependence which she demands, un- ... Boaid of Works, appointed by izen in business at Second and Guth- the dark horse iu the race. As in political parties the Wailev case the troubled sea of life we must live ' Republican fold give the der a national government free from Vhu-- Smith pleaded that was street clean- rie that the near Mayor didn't have stated before, Lieut Col Denhard In theample opportunity. would con- in the Heai t of Jesus. ing appropriation The about done in mind when he was telling of the seems sincere in Ihis candidacy, but them In older to inciease devotion to only chance we will have citizens who piaise the Keystone It la believed when ho leallzes that vention of the colored men at Lex- the Sacred Heart of Jesus during for, and kthnd had in accordance with the constitution for cleanthe streets until fall is to pull boys, and that is Mr. Mattmiller, tho his chief support conies from men ington was completely Ignored by the month of June, the saintly Pius g not rt"nto and pray for plenty of rain. The tailor, and, by the way, a who supported Morrow before, and the Bingham press and no word of X., on August 8, 1908, graciously .M tne first year after the "reform" admin- Republican, so his testimony ran be will likely suppoit him again, he this st'rilng low has ever appeai-I- n conceded many great indulgences Irish capital in a National Assembly that all members be in oither paper " JWh-- r Suhnnn, the pastor. istration went into power the Board accepted without piejudice. as the may drop out of tho race. Some Warley was In- The faithful should tiy to avail and, as the only Irish Parliament . v..w of Works came out with a tearful court would say. Mr Mnttmiller's seem to think that Col. Denhard is dorsed by the strongest negro body themselves of those that they can ti.ln JUIC, " tinqn mmlD V vnfoil - flf.P. ,.....- UU fiiivi UUI.U....UUU.J plea explaining their many faults show windows have been broken six trying out Ills strength with the ex- in the State, the National Associa- locelve. In all those churches in laratlon of independence. The Na JOE HIGGIXS IHSCIIAItGKI). tion for the Advancement of Color- which special devotions are held In and neglects and saying that the oi more times by enterpiising bur- - pectation of getting in the tional Assembly also caused a deed People, which is composed of the honor of the Sacied Heart during ex- glars, aqd In desperation he has had 8 terrible snows of contest In his hlstrlct tailed statement of the case of IreJoseph N. Higgins, of the Ken- - hausted their appropriation, but this olaced in both stoie windows two next year. leading men of the colored race, and this month a plenary Indulgence, land to be drawn up and appointed Added Interest was given to the they are out flatfooted In saying toties quoties, applicable to the three members, Edward De Valera, tucky IrishrAmerican force, was past winter we didn't even have the large placards Teadlng as followathis that the fight la not being made for souls In purgatory, may be gained Arthur Griffith and Count Plunkett, dischaiged from, service this week at semblance of snow and the Board "Bniglars and Robbers, Attention! contest for Lieutenant-Governo- r e to 'represent the statement to the Quantico, and his discharge papers of Works pleads it is broke again. Please do not break or smash these week by the entrance of W. H. Wniloy personally, but fontho. on last day of the month. Mindof being recognized in the Re- ful the the fact that the ordinary ocPeace Congress and to the League from the Marine Corps bear the fol-- Just imagine what like appointees windows again. Thee goods In the Shanks, of Stanford, who is popuof Incidentally it cupations of many of tho faithful ranks. of the near Mnyor would do with windows nro only samples, as our lar throughout the State, and his publican Nations Commissions dn the name lowing excellent testimonial: "Joseph N. Higgins, expert rifle-- $2,000,000. Here's where the worm real goods an locked in a safety followers claim he is the logical man might be remarked that the bush- might prevent them availing themof the Irish people. Up to the first d vote ault." No, dear leader. Chief Pet- ta add strength to the ticket In No- whacking tactics of the Bingham selves In the full of this wonderful February, 1919, as far as the man, of the A. E. F., wounded in will turn. It takes a to pass this bond issue and the big ty will not publish this story In the vember. Although only an an- press Is leceiving wide If not news published in the public prints action In line of duty, piivllege, by a second decree he comment, and protests are granted that the same Indulgence nounced candidate of several days, indicated, Ireland's case was not wound, served in Belleau Woods of asset of the "reform" administration Police Bulletin. here the colored voter "dunno already met with many foming from one end of the State might be gained on the last Sunday or even mentioned the Chateau-Thierr- y even considered Sector, partici-a- t Here's another littlo testimonial he has 's promises of support from all sec- to the other from Democrats call- of the month. All that is required the Pans Conference, despite the pating against the enemy in our much about dem bond issues." we will glvp free to Chief and Today marks the closing of the that press agent for publication, the tions, and belies the fact that a ing on the Courlei-Journhearings. (taking Vierzy, served in the Irish request for solemn observance of the Times to state wheie do they stand. for the according to the mind at this ominous silence bache sector, served in the Toul spring racing season in Louisville, clipping being taken from the prophet Is without ihonor in hla own AH month, of the toadying to Hert, the big of the Holy Father, Is that there only refer to It sadly be- Charleston, S, C. News: way tho country, judging by the In reference to Ireland, a convention sector, St. Mihiel sector, Oham-o- f and we Republican boss, American citizens of Irish blood pagne sector, "There are many fine policemen people of his district have gone to given to Morrow and the sly help shall bo a sermon each day, or at Soualn and cause it marks the failure of near is not unobserved 'least on eight days of the month, in re- on tho Charleston and It work In his behalf. Henry M. force, was called at Philadelphia February suippe, against the enemy In battle Mayor Smith and the apostles of who is a stake horse in a by the followers of Democracy, and the form or a mission, 23, 1919. This convention, attend- - 0f Bianc Mont Riuge( served in re form In the Men's Federation to de- would be a pity it a Keystone re- no uiso nounce the wicked sinners who gime such as exists in Louisville primary, seems to have the nomina- tho suggestion made In tho Times grants plenary indulgences f6r the m Berve poaltlon in Argonne forest." num ed ny t,i3s aeiegates were playing the races and the rac- should bo established here. The tion for Auditor cinched, not even this week for National Committee- communion parts or ine unuea aiuiea, the received during man Haldeman to explain tho siting game in general. The complete city will not always have tne ma- rumors of opposition being heard. adopted resolutions declarmonth of June by those who shall FATHER RYAN TABLET. rlaydown of Smithy and the little rines to call upon in case of trouing for Ireland's right of R. S. Fairbanks, of Lexington, is uation in Kentficky can be trans- perform these pious exeiteises. All follows making a hustling canvass for the posed by many, who will want Gen. these Indulgences are applicable to minauon ana m u. Tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock group of "holler than thou" enough ble." Haldeman to explain, if he can, the suffering souls in purgatory. In the Men's Federation is , Cardinal Gibbons an executive com-- 1 . The LouiBVllle Herald or the Col nomination for Superintendent of to the " " -the was appointea " to make the angels weep. Just mittee of twenty-fiv- e onel's press agent should answer, Public Instruction, and his friends Courier-Journ- National Committee whyseem In Louisville there will be special expressed E. this situation once again: for the purpose of offering such as- - longConfederacy by the Daughters of this "smarty" and cite him one rec- predict him a winner Prof. L. Ce- bent on knifingand Times services all the month at the Saand Catholics of the the Democratic cred Heart church, Seventeenth and have Foster, of Versailles, and John Lnst fall near Mayor Smith sistance as necessary to the dele- the ord that Keystone police gates of the new Irish Republic in South when a memorial tablet to the racing game from tho been making the past week. From cil, of Danville, are competing for party in Kentucky. Broadway, where all these Indulthe their effort to present the case of poet late Rev. Abram J. Ryan, the housetops, mincing no words Is his one end of the town to tho other, the nomination of Commissioner of . gences may be gained. CATHOLIC WAR COUNCIL. and Judge Frank tirade against the racing game and Ireland berore the Peace Confer- - veiledpriest of the South, will be motormen and conductor police Agriculture, in .front of St. Boniface "the train of scarlet women and the been bringing In plunder that Daugherty, of Bardstown, and d Frank P. of the nations. have CONCURSUS, are ' Miss Mary O'Brien, Field Secie-taiC. JIusIck, of Jackson, Walsh, of New York; Michael J. church, in the anonastery of which gamblers that followed In Its wake." they have obtained from law violaof the National War Council, Mr. Philadelphia, and myself Father Ryan died. It was expected (Smith's statement.) Hoys were for- tors, the plunder consisting of bats rivals for Attorney General. Ryan, of The Right Rev. Denis CDonaghue, were appointed commissioners to this handsome bronze memorial bidden to sell racing form sheets on and balls taken away from kids who Muslck Is a late entry, and he and left this week for a short visit to Bishop of Louisville, has called a d purpose, 'would have been ready for this Negiven the her home in Winona, Minn., before proceed to Paris for this his friends Bay that if the streets, news dealers were not dared play ball on their beats. concursus to fill vacancies as irrewe have accepted the conimts- - emony during the recent meeting of permitted to expose the "dope" pa- gro burglars and crooks may fright-p- n nomination It will moan much going to attend the National Confer- movable rectors of St. Stephen's purpose and the D. A. R. In Louisville, but it pers on their newsstands. One luckihn Kevstone police, but they are strength from the big Republican ence of Socal Work at Atlantic City church, Owensboro, sion with sincerity of and at Si wua iuuhu uupuastuie. oi. rraun less fellow was pounced on by the not afraid for a minute to go after district in which he lives, many June 1. Miss O'Brien will also atconfidence In the Justice or ireianns A. Geher Naand the Knights of Colum Kej stone cops and locked up for these desperate offenders piaying voters in that district being more tend the week's conference for James church, ElizabetHitown. Thl; claim for states that those de tionally, the race, language, cus- bus have taken active part in the daring to read n form sheet in pub- ball, and one of these efficient cops than willing to be given an excuse Fiejd Secretaries of the council to anniiinromfint must file applications held In Washington, beginning airing to entor i be toms and traditions of Ireland are arrangements, assisting Airs. John lic. In nlj of Uils the near Maor at Sixth and Kentucky brought a to get away from the G. O. P. with the Rev. George W. Schumann offender to his home, Matt Cohen Is making a wiae June S. radically distinct from the English. L. Woodbury, representing the D, as heartily applauded by tho little before June 4. Mrs gioup of politicians in the Men's and told the criminal's family that canvass for the nomination for Secla one' of tho most ancient A. R. In every possible way Ireland ST. BONIFACE OflUHCIT. ho only look for ilckr "By gum, if that boy dfdn't behave, retary of State, being opposed by of Europe, and sne has pre- Woodbury has prepared an Interest- Federation, nations INVESTED WITH SCAPULAR. Never was there a more Impresserved her national integrity vigor- .( ing and appropriate programme and cdness and vice under Democratic he'd put him in the town lock-u- p - D. E. McQuery, of McCreary coun But what n fall and see that he was sent to the De- ty, and although the latter is a sive and brilliant scene at St. Bonious and intact through Beven cen-!.- Judge Matthew O'Doherty and Gen. administrations. Sunday morning Rev. James Asnf fnrolcn nnnression. She William B. Haldeman. will deliver from tlrUie this year for the Itentlon Home." At a meeting. of newcomer In State politics he has face church than last Sunday mornconsiderable ing and evening, when large classes sent, the pastor, celebrated a special developed relinquished her national addresses. Tho choir of St. Boni Mayor and our guardians of Bocial conference workers tho other already has never Rodman Keenon is the received their first holy communion high mass at 8 o'clock In St Elizarlehts and throughout the long era face church, fifty strong, under the- virtue. Bight off the, bat we find night, a school teacher in address- -' strength. EaBt Burnett avenue, thus tar of the of English usurpation auo ""VT will sing, and the unveiling tho near Mayor In a Ikx on Derby ing the meeting complained quaran- only announced candidate Is rumor-- , and the sacrament of confirmation. beth's church, one of tho largest At the hieh mass at 8 o'clock in the during which for State Treasurer, but it everyeeneraUcmoefiantly proclaimed graft, day, tho Keystone police in their I Keystoners flirting with the girls and twenty-nin- e classes of the year received iholy her inalienable right of nationhood. will be done by little Miss Eileen seedy uniforms are out there dally, tined women in the City Hospital, ed that at man friendly to Senator MndBg thlrty-el- r boys formed the clasa that ap- communion. In the first communion uiu,um u. although the track is outside tho 'the women and tho comedy cops Stanley and all his followers will ui Internationally, ireianu io wnuira, gateway of the Atlantic, ireianu is Clines, Grand Knight of the Knights city limits, and saddest of all night exchanging note3 on a siring. One announce in the next few days. For proached the altar for the first class were twenty-fiv- e Jboys, little girls augmented Columbus Appeals Clerkship and thirty the last outpost of Europe toward of Capt. John of Louisville. who .was and dav boys and men aie hawking of the "hick" police up there is the Court of of Owenton, seems to time. This class and a number of by thirty-fiv- e small H. Leathers, larger boys and girls. "dope" getting to be a regular cutup with , Steger, others of the congregation assemWest Ireland is the point ami selling racing be- -. one o! the first workers for this sheets and tips on the streets and In these ladlw, too. un one oi iu be making a runaway race, being bled at 7:30 In the evening and re- In the afternoon there was solemn on which the great trade routo v and East coavwre. bronze tablet, will preside "and do- - OHi- hotel lobbies. After viewing notes he wrote: "Boees are red, vio- popular with all factions In the ceived the sacrament of confirma- vespers, when the first communila dMBded by liver the opening address. The his- - this remarkable change of front oho lets are blue, sugar is sweet and so Democratic party, and there is not tion from Right Rev. Bishop cants wore Invested with the scapurr canThe church was crowded at lar and the larger oes were reof the sea. Her ret j tory of the memorial will be told by mut wonder if Ue nettr Mayor and are yoa." 'Once more, "Hoiw you a man mentioned in the field ofpopu tB Iretoa m opb w u ceived into the sodalities. both servicee. didates just now who is more hte associate reformers had been are you." .iwua.,. brbors aaiut Delegate States (lie of I rein nil For , : . J -- I That-'shoiil- d W1I-SO.- Irish-Americ- y - trans-Atlant- ic at a-- he-is- lt REFORM -, DEMOCRATIC is l, ni,.u Eng-wate- rs -- Hert-Sear- cy hand-pick- ed funda-Georg- e, privl-count- ry be-t- ! Ijand-picke- heart-to-hea- rt -- ponye-ntio- the-wea- ker n, deiiai-tinen- 'Hert-Hiirgh:i- m al it-ll- n i com-alist- s" Hert-Sear- cy I ". free-for-a- -s pay-as- ou-ent- er al .... Sy;;!!' I?X? i"10," ..... , . s ; I ffl JJ .,..., J" ot ot life-lon- al 1917-191- - I piin-cipl- of i two-thir- gun-sh- fav-vorab- le Pet-tv- al Mar-Alarm- ed j sub-secto- rs Bos-wort- b, uuum-mously """ aelf-dete- ,,, ." ,,, uic con-tia- st al un-en- ce Ry-lan- y . cer-an- . I nine-year-o- ld -- "re-fon- uuem "j AJ-v- ln the-Wes- t. wt i.j.nus - I O'Don-aghu- e. """ izi&j&TXJOBnr KE.NTU6KY IRISH flMEKKHH. n-o- xrisec ORPHAN PIONIO. AJsaa&xxcAX never know that America took part in the war. The time for making tho Easter PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. duty is from March 30 to June 15. of Irish Amtrlcanj and CthoIic5 td to the SocUl and Moitl Advancement If you have not complied with this Officially Indorsed, by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's obligation, do so without delay. Institute and Catholic Knights of America. COMING EVENTS. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO.. Incorpofjiti. Publishers Bnttred t the Louisville Pottolllce Second-CU- SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY 5c Matter. 319-32- Mackln Social Club on steamer grim. sion of Trinity Council. June 3 Moonlight excursion of Pil- IrMrm ill Communlellon to tha KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 1 Wait Sreen St June 13 Jinx moonlight excur- ('mAjciaL LOUISVILLE, KY INSUJT TO X ATI O.N . given by Trinity Council, Y, M. I. Juno 13-1- 5 Moonlight ecursions Of course Sir Douglas Haig did not mention the part played by he United States In winning the war, or rather wo should say the Tory Government editors of his renort did not permit him to mention it. for wii? himself la fnirlv lirfnnRt This, howevev, is not due to the 1 fact that tho British authorities reBrady, Nellie McCann, Mesdamea 1 gard the United States as being alMinnie Mlvelaz, Kerns, Poschlnger . friend of labor; and Brady; Messrs. Dan Hennessy ready a part of the Empire, but is and Vetter Qulnlan. The most con2. amending, repealing the present rather a bit of party politics. The spicuous feature at the picnic will British workmen have taken sharp laws; be the Victory bonds, ?350 worth having been donated. t Books on issue with the Tories on tho ques3. roads; these bonds will be distributed at tion of indemnities and also have the next meeting, and the various ' on tho Government served notice 4. schools; parish representatives are urged to that they stand for Piesldent Wilmany come prepared to state how 5. rigid economy in they will be able to dispose of. management of the British To son's fourteen, points. ries having committed themselves to affairs, and elimination or consolidation HERESY. JEFFERSOXVILLE. a big .indemnity and having scrapped Mrs, Bernard Asman left Wedof offices, where practicable; the fourteen points, do not want to Catholics regard heresy as one of nesday for St. Louis to attend tho Elaborate arrangement has been quarrel with the British workmen the gravest sins man can fall Into, Catholic Alumnae Federation made by Jeffersonville Council, 6. On the liquor question, I have always been Knights of Columbus, for Initiating about them, and the one way of The Catholic church teaches that we bone-dr- y I can to adof 100 candidates tomorrow man, and will do all avoiding it Is ly persuading the are bound to accept and believe of 'Mrs. Kate Rafferty, of Chicago, a class Augustine's In St. Auditorium. DeBritish workmen that the United God's revelation to man, arid not who was visiting Mrs. E. J. Howard gree teams from Louisville and vance cause of temperance; States did not earn the right to merely a part of it. This obliga- In Jeffersonville, has departed for Washington, Ind., will exemplify 7. closer supervision of our charitable tho work. Solemn high anass will have a voice in tho tion is a serious one because It her home. be said In St. Augustine's church Teport was designed to serve can not be a matter of indifference Haig's penal institutions; Miss Agnes Sheridan left Wednes- at 10 o'clock in the morning by the a British party purpose solely; that, to Almighty God whether his crea- day for Chicago, where she Is Rev. Michael Halpln, assisted by 8. Woman's Suffrage; however, does not alter the fact that tures here on earth believe Him spending the week-en- d with her tho Rev. Louis Becker and the Jtev. Visiting priests will Odorlc Auer. it Is extremely discourteous to tho or not. .To doubt the word of God mother, Mrs. W. F. Sheridan. 9. amending the Dog Law so as to provide be the Rev. Charle3 Curran, the United States, and our p'ublic men or to reject It is the most Impudent ' Frank Schmidt, buyer for J. Ba- Rev. William V. Seibortz, the Rev. 1 v for the sheep owner, more should show unmistakably that they insult that man can offer to his con & Sons, has been confined to Joseph Kempf, the Rev. Carl Rleben-thaledog owner, more protection for resent it. Thousands of our iboys Creator. It God's word he rejected his home the past week with a New Albany; the Rev. Jos' m attack of acute indigestion. eph Sermershelm, St. i fought under Sir Douglas Halg him- on ono point, the Insult is just as less reasonable fair compensation the Rev. Paul Fullrath, St. self, and smashed the Hlndenburg great as If It wero rejected on Mr. and Mrs. John Suhr announce Trances Seminary'; the Rev. Joseph officials who administer it. something that many points. That is tho reason the engagement of their daughter. Sennilold. St. Joseph's iHill, and the line In his sector, 1 the English were unable to do for why tho Catholic church does not Miss Elsie Henriett Suhr, to Edward Rev. John Gorman, of Bradford. The 0. extreme conservatism in the use of the parthemselves, and it certainly does attempt to say that some Protestant G. Voll. The wedding will take Initiatory ceremonies will begin at place June 25. doning power. 10 o'clock, following which a banseem hard to realise that they get sects are more heretical than others. 1 I quet will be served. Music will be The sin of heresy attaches to all of no moro ciedlt for their achieveMrs. D. J. Dougherty and Miss furnished by St. Augustine's Orches ments than do the Australians or them. That one or two of them Edmonia. Dougherty, of Jefferson-sonvill- tra. James E. Burke will be have returned from HuntCanadians who formed a part of the object to tho heresy of others is and the respondents will be simply a case of the pot calling the ington, W. Va where they visited Judge James W. Fortune, "CitizenpropaBritish army. That British Mrs. Aroher Rellley. ship:" Gustav Welnmann, New Alganda has been successful In Amer- kettle black. bany. "Our Flag;" Brother Benja ica there is no doubt, but surely it Little Marv Frances McCarty, min, or St. Xavler College. "EducaM2AUGK OF NATIONS, daughter of Mr. and, Mrs. Charles tion;" the Rev. Michael Hala'n. has not succeeded in robbing us of McCarty, is suffering with a broken "The Catholic Church In r sense of our own importance. At rm, sustained 'from a fall while Advocates of the League of Naany rate, Congress should consider tions tell us that it is a guarantee playing at home Tuesday. Haig's report and insist on our boys against war. AVEDDIXO .TUBILKn. If we were convinced Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Cogge-shagetting the glory that is their due. of that we would ourselves be adannounce the engagement of Mr. pnd Mrs. Ben II. Sand, or 411 Haig's report is an insult to the vocating the league as enthusiastic- their daughter. Mias Marie Elsip North Twenty-sixt-h Street, celebnt-e- d boys, and to the nation, and satis- ally as some others, Coggeshall. to William J. Daly. The the anniversary ,f.- - twontv-fl- v aie But we should bo demanded In no can see In It no guarantee against wedding will take place next month. years of happy wedtd life vest"'--dafaction uncertain tenns. with a jubilee mass war. On the contrary, says tho The marriage of Miss Lillian Cecilia's church. In hfihevenincat St "(Men may come and men may the from True Voice, Its provisions clearly Catherine Wlntergorst to Walter 8 to 11 there was a reception n go," but the propaganda of the al- rorce the United States Edward Minsterketter, of Detroit, their home, into every Mich., will when hundreds take place Tuesday, June friends called to tender congratula-of lies soes on forever. Just now it International quarrel no matter Exquisitely cleaned on has for its object the teaching of where It may occur. We do not like 3, at 8:30 o'clock, at St. Boniface tions and wish that thev mav remain short notice. together to celebrate the golden juthe French and English peoples to that feature, nor do we fancy the church. bilee of their marriage. Mr Sand Americans did not win provision that makes us a guarantor believe that Mr. and jMrs. D. J. Turnoy, or is one of the men in the the war, and consequently no grati- of tho present boundaries of let us Detroit, Mich., were called to Louis West End, and was one of the first ville this week on account of the. Presidents or Mackln to the latter. tude ia due say Great Britain. There are other Council. , For sudden adn serious illness of Mr. features that do not meet our ap- Turney's mother, of 217 North vears he was a prominent figure In SOLDIERS OX PROHIBITION. local labor and political circles d proval. Whether the League of Nastreet. servine as a member of tho City In addressing a mass meeting that tions will prove to ibe workbale can people In New York Council. During the past five years Louisville Cleaned the government with the was called to protest against prohi- be determined only after an ex- last week were J. L. Moran, J. H. he has been connected United States Immigration and Laway. We know how! New York City, X.Ieut. Ed- periment with It. Wo are not cer- Stucker. K. Levlne, Mr. and Mrs. bor ': bition In Bureau. mMiwK ; win J. McDonald, of the First Army, tain that it will not work, nor are A. H. Thomas, Capt. W. T. Bruner, They come back to you was my misfor- we certain that it will not prove C. E. Hardin, Mrs. M. Miller, John A E. F., .said: "It GIVE ERIN HOME RULE sterile and clean. S. Rodes and Mrs. Charles Garth. tune to serve on the Mexican bor advantageous to the United ' States. Former soldiers at a largely atwo have' little confidence in the Mr. C. M. Higglns and Lieut. tended meeting der, and like hundreds of thousands in tho Mansion Louis S. Higgins, of New York, are House, at Dublin, on Thursday, votof others I had an undying, unim- -' exaggerated claims of the league Its adoption means a rad- - the guests of Mrs. N. D. Abell and ed to form the "Nationalist Vetermy country, be- -' vecatow. love 'for Dr. Abell In Alfresno place. Until cause I felt that the people, without ,cal change In tho policy we have recently Lieut. Higglns was In the ans' Association" in order to proWhen Swiss cleaned tect the Interests of Irish soldiers followed from the beginning of our aviation any exception, wero behind ua and service or the United States and to claim on behalf of .the men never lose their newuon. means mat we are to army. would do nothing in our absence who fought in the war fulfillment of ness. One trial will con become part of an international tho Brislsh that we did not approve of. When , llco P. J. Mitchell has returned to. his pledges and Government's homo rule vince you. force to order In the heard over there that prohibi-- 1 home In Milwaukee after a visit of land's case to the submission of Ireworlu big undertaking, two weeks That the Peace Conference. parents of Mrs. Major Gen. Hamilton presided Hon was passed as soon as the war, to tho at the Tne Ineue of Nations, like the Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Dewas over the common expression of meeting. The conrerence iueu. recognizes laney. Mrs. Mitchell and son Ken- Thomas Myles, speakers Included Sir boys was 'what did they put! a the neth will continue their visit for geon, and officers well known sur and over on us?' Almost 05 per cent, of uiuj iiiiiiviiiii lurces unci numan several weeks. power. No reference to a Supreme officers who served In the the boys overseas were opposed to Being is found in its covenant, Cleaners & Dyers and Members of the Sarto Club were war. prohibition, and what is more, they no principles save those materi- entertained Wednesday evening at Phones 2207 JH'rrHLEHEM ACADEMY. intend to fight for their .rights when alism are recognized as of Its basis. the home of Mrs. Wm. J. Receuver, they all come homo." Office 617 Fourth Ave. 1203 Ekln avenue. Some excelFrom reading Its provisions no one Bethlehem Academy, conducted by papers were Plant 909 S. Sixth St. would ever know 'that Christian na- lently nrepared wero delrghted read tho Si3ters of Joretto at St. John, announce myself a can- - penal Institutions anil ISSUE NOT LOCAL. with Hardin county, held its academic and all present dldate for Attorne General of Ken- - ernment. control and from the kov- tions were a party to it. Tho Infidel the hospitality of the hostess. sutwrvlHlon or tucky, subject to the action of the our public schoolH commencement exorcises Tuesday I believe the TarfrnlnAAugust Prfmarsl The Catholic Tribune, of St. Joseph, French system of government is relaw. morning. Among the 3arge attendelection to ' Miss 2. 1919, subject to slight modlflcutloni Geher be most f018 takes to task a writer of that city flected in the treaty and in the pro- Tuesday Magdalen a largelywas host ance were a number of the clergy Church of St. Mary Magdalen, BTOok 80llcit "I rK''t " principle unci "hat 'it.to wm night at eventually prove not only Just and in mat posed league. Can such aa agree- - and delightful dance at attended aud many former pupils. The class Btreet, ended Sunday evening with consideration, support and who Is usually " Democrats throughout the equitable, but .popular with the peo- the Wo- roll comprised the Misses Mary C. the Papal I'le when It In fully understood and 6lr.leters appertaining to home rule for ment last? Frankly, we doubt It. man's CJub, Fourth avenue, given Moloney, Virginia Pride, Christine demptlonlst benediction. The Re- - J' My announcement Is now made, effectively and completely liiaucu-afte- r misslonaires. Ireland, who questions the wisdom The world Is not yet governed by In honor of her ndphew, Louis J. Jenkins, Helen R. Jenkins, Lillian ers Meyer and Pregenzer,Rev. (Fath very earnest rated severul weeks and the S2?E!2erfty?n an? thoughtful lnvestl- I believe In a greater npportlon-f:utli?- n of the visitations from this country ; purely natural Idealism, no matter Discher, who has recently returned F. Barnes and Leah F. Wltten. In pastor, Itev. William Gausepohl, If. nominated and elected, I ment ojr public funds to tho support from overseas military Service. t Mr. AVilbon may say. devo.te myself earnestly to the of our public school system and In the commercial department the wore highly gratified over the at- discharge pf Frank Walsli and his com- of the duties of this high furnishing textbooks free to all the graduates were the Misses Julia tendance at all and assorts that the Iilsh tion of Christian principles upon office Mrs. Joe announces the May King, Elizabeth Shannahan, success of the the services and tho effort and pledgo myself to use every children of the common schools of mission, the results and power at my command to the State and if I am nominated r which to baso the league can, we marriage of Arnold question is a local one; that the protect Kentucky from useless and shall demand a plank In tho her daughter, Miss Irene Marcella Hughes, Anna Fitzsimmons, of which will be of lasting beneflt waste or misuso of pub- - cratlc platform pledging the party to English newspapers resent the vis- - believe, only lead to disaster, and to Arnold', to George D. Dell, which Roso Austin, Margaret Mudd. lie funds and from graft by de- - the enactment of a law covering RAOLVG ENDS TODAY. signing politicians. Ration of these gentlemen, and a worse condition than that which took place May 22 at the rectory of these features, to the future Our i.ady. After a 1 shall, as the hlghesst the legal rep- - success of our essential school system CATHEDRAT, public article by intimating that brought about the recent world con- - shortChurch of trip to Dayton, Ohio, closes his wedding ivcuiutu) unu r. vumiiiviiiitaiuj uou hi Illiteracy from iur ine prauicacion The spring racing season closes my best efforts toward the to.nagration "Mr Walsh and his pals ought State they are at home at 3818 Rudd The ladles of tho Cathedral Altar at Churchill Downs today, and de- ment of the laws of the. State, re-- of I favor and shalltheuse my best eft- hurry on home. avenue. Society are giving an entertainment spite the numerous rainy and bad gardless of locality or political con- - forts, If nominated and elected, to INSlhK INFORMATION. have enacted and rigidly enforced, a on June 17, afternoon and evening, weather days all records for attend- dltlons. He is mistaken when he says tho use- - drastic protective Blue Sky law for I shall oppose Miss Glynn Mackin was hostess at in the Cathedral Hall next to tho ance and patronage have ibeen less offices and the creation of question ds a local one. It Is the appointment of the protection of Kentucky capital and Irlshi The Junior and A. P. A. boys a delightful hike to Cherokee Park, church, on Fifth street The usual broken for any racing meet outside useless officials and shall tho investing public from unscrupu- vJnternational in Its scope, and in every department of the State Jous swindlers and fnke promoters, Tenjinust feel sure that, the peace- agree followed by a danco at her 'home in attractions will take place and the of New York in the history of the wlth government in tho elimination of uso- my claims upon I present world-wid- e tho interest fact, of "snlary grabbers" and work to Democrats of Kentucky for this noml- ment wlU be rat,flert and the war Floral terrace. The chaperons were; games called at 2:30 and 8 o'clock. game. The sport here has been less end tho tho millionB of Irishmen, scattered all Mrs. W. J. Mackin and Mrs. Mary The ladles extend a cordial invita- clean and satisfying and Me3rs. may bo that the affairs of rigid State nation n n. rltlmn nf tlm Ninth m. over upon ce in the Byer. The party consisted of Misses and gresslonal district, the largest district tion to all. Handsome prizes will Matt Winn, Charles Grainger and economical conducted basis. a over the world, are interested in In tho State, and cr tho great and business ess that the .brave defenders Mary Helen Bush, Aline Cronan, be aw.rrded. - d? l J be, as I have always beort. growing eastern and mountain section I for IreHamilton Applegate are entitled to the shall of cause of friend e ,- -- - "" " Edelen, Glynn Mackln, . bu-- h Dorothy honest labor and I op- - of Kentucky, where wealth and the anany congratulations they aro wvU the sale of prison labor for the latlon havo so wonderfully land. They have ibecn flgntlng for- in to have aon,e -" receiving. Jirans INTO FAVOR. profit of a few Individuals under non- - within tho past few years, increased Taislnga. Margie Morlarity. Martha Feland, and If nr vAr seven hundred years. Margaret Wagner, Mary McDonald, competitive contracts. nominated, I shall uso every honor- I consider the prohibition question ablo means at my command for tho Mario Pfeiffer; Messrs. James Cro and now, when other European naErnest Smith, who heads tho CANONIZATION. NOT CONSISTENT. .settled In Kentucky and tho laws election of tho entire Democratic nan, James Itoss, Adelbert Hood, Adto Welding and iRepalr Company enforcing prohibition. If I am elected, ticket. tions are clamoring for recognition, shall Louis Duane, I hnvo Robert South Seventh street, The Sacred Congregation of Rites shall be rigidly enforced, and 1 make ticlpatlng absoluto confidence In love The local "reform" adnilnistra Clarence Appleton, Roy Williams, at 713Into great favor with the has Ireland, which has suffered longer such legislation as will in a great Democratic au- will meet on Juno 17 Wagner, come to consider prohibition effective. feast at the platform convention to and endured moTO hardships than tjon antg to annex everything in John Collins. tomobile public. This is because of the decree u)e Tuto" for tho canonAs a Democrat, I favor the sub- - bo hald after tho August prlmarj any of them, should be heard at the sight to make Louisville bigger, and ab- the excellence of their work, the ization of Joan of Arc, after which mission of tho woman suffrage ques- - and In November I predict anan over- to a soiutciy and employes all being specialists, who it remains for the Popo .to name uon State. voio or ine electorate oi whelming umtca party victory. CLOSING OF RETItEAT. council of nations. plans to allow the local street then the Democratic give expert attention to repairing the day Jor tho ceremony at St. I favor a nonpartisan Judiciary and Respectfully and sincerely submlt- Messira, Walsh, Dunne and Ryan car company to cut the street car tho ItYLAND C. MUSICIC the elimination The annual retreat of the St. and welding on all makes of cars. Peter Basilica, which will havo a management of of politics" from and ted, pur charitable are the duly accredited delegates. i'jnes tAavertlsemenL Club, now be- All their work haa 'gives the utmost character of special solemnity, The Helena's number-- ( repreilB organisations ing conducted at St, Mary's church satisfaction. Call or telephone 2399 date, however, will depend upon the HLVSS FOR WAR DEAD. the War Council, of which ArchAMHRICA NOT IN IT. Irishmen in the In by the Rev, Father Ignatius, C. P., and you will receive roMipt atten- return of normal conditions in mlWons bishop Hayes is Chaplain General, .. of St. Louis, will close wltjh solemn tion. has Rome. The housing and transport Mr. Walsh Mwtea. UnJtcd A great military field raws for i wuiu who mere to picdiue. aocoBiniadatlo&s at the roreeeat time aii xne If Gen. Hadg's report Is adopted services tomorrow afternoon at 3 Taft oa with M8Td FRUITFUL MI06IOX. As was to be p3td, are both Inadequate in view of the the war dead was celebrated U Bat- uarcers oi tjio 'mass were commistery Park, New York, oa Memorial sioned chaplains. Monsignor War-ta- g tie Vwiiri Wtw Board of ArW- - as a guide iter war atetortes the o'clock. beft a theie h8 enormous numbrs certain.' to onM tteftdn day. It was under the auspices of was fehe celebrant. at the for the grand oceukm tmtion of labor; Gov. Duaae wsjchool chBdrea of the future will tfceh night since the opening. The two weif' -- August 5. Annual picnic and chicken supper of Holy Trinity Chief Executive of the State of Illi- church, St. Matthews, on church nois, and Mr. Ryan is one of the grounds. most polished orators in the country.Their coming to Trance .has filled the hearts of Irishmen In the old land with now hope and greater confidence, in their struggle for liberty. Their mission may yet Mibs Margaret Bergen will leave be crowned with success. Fair- next week to spend the summer in mluded statestmen of all nations, Chicago. and even distinguished Englishmen like Gladstone, conceded the InMrs. Arthur Murphy was tho rejustice of England's tyranny over cent Sunday guest of her mother, Ireland, and had Mr. Gladstone Mrs. Jacob Hoke, at Jeffersontown. lived, home rule would have been Mrs. Josephine Murphy, of New attained long before this. But the Albany, has gone to Detroit .to spend time to act Is now, and Messrs several weeks with Mrs. J. W. Peck. Walsh, Dunne and Ryan are picMiss Angela Ackerman has been eminently the men qualified to light spending a week as the guest of Ireland's battles. Miss Lillian Reagan at Pewee . ..SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1919 evening. June 17 Euchre and lotto by ladles of tho Cathedral in hall, 431 South Fifth street, afternoon and ' SOGIETY. . Unusually largo delegations from tho various city parishes thronged tho spacious hall of the iKnights o'f Columbus last Monday evening to make arrangements for the coming orphans' picnic. The pastors of many churches are urging their flocks to attend, and St. James had representaas many as twenty-thro- o tives present, St. Louis Bertrand eighteen, St. Charles Borromeo fifteen, St. Mary Magdalene thirteen, and the other parishes ' an increased number of delegates. The Button Committee reported the receipt of $ 61.p0 from sales at the doors of St. Louis Bertrand church last Sunday and ? 3,0.40 at St. Brlgld's. Donations were announced of a solid mahogany dining-rootable from e from W. F James Green, Mayer, and parlor table from S. M Raffo & Co, D. J. Lincoln presented a $50 Liberty ibond. The Ice Cream Committee announced the following additional members: Misses Rose McWllllams, Delaney Mary and Margaret McKInzle. Mrs. M J Parlln, of the Victory Bond Committee, announced a partial list of workers as follows: Misses Mary Mandelhr, Agnes Mandelhr, Dorothy MarMandelhr. Mary O. Parlln. garet Tlorney, Elizabeth Tierney, Catherine TIerney, Minnie Strelcker, Lucille Weilman, Elizabeth Brady, Christino Relmmers, Mary Queen m To the Democrats oi Kentucky 3 hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of ibook-cas- Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky, subject to the action of the Democratic primary on August 2, 1919 but not MUmKKKKKKMm A :'?J . - I I 1ST For tax For better For better For State's the I peace-makin- g. J AM the that a For For For and .'. r. se-ve- te Mary's-on-the-Kno- and with for the For and prompter pay but the and and e, toast-mast- er I Stanford, Kentucky, May 23, 1919 uMW3jwceioKM3 W. H. SHANKS ll -- FINE y GOWNS best-kno- Thirty-secon- MEN'S CLOTHING N IB f ;:' ire ImSmmlB- - nt Silk Shirts . " po-we ' kP SWISS -- To the Democrats of Kentucky: ". fair-mind- - wl-a- Rejec-patriot- s, nt - the" "-- popu-pos- par-fav- v o-- f rt lr a JrOtJCiJSr DEFEAT Of the Smith-Tount er TXttm&Jk3MOXtXCAJ& Bill Necessary Schools. For Preservation of Our t M r. Oil Cardinal Mcrcler on Stntc Limitations and Educational Itights of Parents. Have You Investigated Equitable Yet? We are now offering investors of Kentucky a chance to secure some of the present allotment of EQUITABLE OIL AND GAS CORPORATION stock at its par value ($1.00 per share). No more prom' sing investment was ever offered to Kentucky investors. Diamond Springs is now attracting attention from Pennsylvania to Texas. Every mail is bringing us stacks of inquiries about Diamond Springs and the EQUITABLE OIL AND GAS CORPORATION. The people of Investor! Must Not Interfere Where Religion ' and Iteal Patriotism Are Taught. PARENTS' RIGHTS AND DUTIES. at least as any national and patriotic) Ideals are concerned. Just as the catechism and the Ten Commandments are much less of a feature today than formerly In the average child's life, so are such Americanizing creeds as the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution of the United States, the Ordinance of 1787, and other .great American documepts growing less and leas a factor In everyday education. In these days of so much d thinking and living, when even the children are allowed to elect their studies it is well to recall and vitalize once more those great fundamentals embodied in the Ordinance of 1787 In the words: " 'Religion, morality and knowledge being necessary to good government and the happiness of mankind, schools and the means of edu cation snau ne lorever encour-at'Pd- .' ". But, to encourage does not mean to monopolize the very thine the bill would ultimately bring about. Why, we may rlghtlv ask, does the N. E. A. seek to veil the final effect of Its propaganda this very monopolization? And why does the copy of the educational bill, sent out by the N. E. A., give the words of the famous Ordinance of 1787 In mutilated form, omitting the first part of the sentence: "Religion, morality And knowledge being necessary to good government and the happiness of mankind . . ."? On the whole, one of the most serious objections to the whole scatter-braineSmith-Towner In the foregoing articles we have shown the character of the Smith-Townbill and lt3 purpose the centralization of control of education in the hands of the Federal Government. We have also described the character and scope of the propaganda conducted by the National Educational Association in favor of the project. The contention that the propaganda Is being carried on incessantly Is 'borne out by the appearance In the Detroit Free Press and in other papers of an article by Towner himself. In confirmation or the vlqw held by us that private schools should not be unduly interfered with, we quote In part an editorial from the Detroit Free Preas. In this editorial the claim Is advanced that thore should be no undue meddling with these schools, because In the private schools alone religious principles. the real foundation of real (patriot ism, are taught and put into practice The article also shows that the American mind and public opin ion is not Inclined to overlook this valuable asset of the private schools. We read further: "To a great extent the present educational system, with Its minimum of tequlred studies and its maximum of electives, tends toward what might be called political agnosticism. The children of tho day may even be said to be growing up to be cosmopolite atheists, In3orar er lientucky owe it to themselves to investigate this wonderful new oil and gas field which has already assumed the titlr of "THE WONDER SPOT OJF KENTUCKY." While the Diamond Springs Held is still in its infancy it has been so thoroughly tested that it is now thought to he the coming oil and gas iield of Kentucky. The opportunity is still open to share In the future of this wonderful iield you can start now and grow with Diamond Springs and EQUITABLE. WE DON'T ASK YOU TO INVEST USE THE COUPON BELOW FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION WE ASK YOU TO INVESTIGATE. THEN BE GOVERNED SOLELY BY YOUR OWN JUDGMENT INVESTIGATE OUR PROPERTY miles Nearly forty square miles of leases (approximately 25,000 acres), forty-si- s gas franof pipe Hues, gas mains, etc. Storage tanks, loading racks, oil wells, gas wells, chises for the towns of Dunmor, Lewisburg anc Itussellville, and thousands of dollars worth of tank houses, drilling machinery, pumping plants, power houses, engines, tools, supplies and equipment, all at Diamond Springs, the field that promises to eclipse every other oil and gas field of Kentucky. "We invite the strictest sort of investigation y and this may.be made without expense and in a few moments time. "Write us for the free booklet which we offer to send to any interested party then write, wire or phone any banker, business house or citizen of this section to verify our claims for this field. Every citizen of Kentucky owes it to himself to know the resources of his own State and whether you care to share in the profits to be derived here or not it will be intciesting to know of the wonderful opportunities that remained hidden at Diamond Springs for more than fifteen years. to-da- INVESTIGATE US The men behind EQUITABLE are big enough for tho "job" and are among the leading and most successful oil and business men of the State and we invite the most careful investigation of them either through your own banker or such other source as you may select. V1CE PRESIDENT, PRESIDENT, J. A. WOOLFOLK, one of tho THE HON. JUNIUS C. organizers and secretary and treasurer of Petroleum Co., the famous Hopewell president Woolfolk Oil Co.; eecretary- Lumber Co. treasurer Churchlll-Mllto- n SECRETARY, WM. H. ROOSE, president Union Oil and Royalties Co.; president Ovee Mfg. Co.: general manager Ken- tucky Oil Brokerage Company. - KLEIN, one of the orglnal Incorporators nnd directors of tho Standard Sanitary Mfg. Co.; treasurer Gibbs-dnmuCo.; corn TREASURER, A. J. EARLEY. general manager Central Coal and Iron Co.; vico president McIIenry Coal Co., and Render Coal Co. poration attorney. , DIRECTORS JOHN CHURCHILL, president Churchlll-Mllto- n , Lumber Co. O. A. BLAND, presfdent Lewisburg Banking Co., land owner, tobacco bujer, manu- M. P. WiRIdHT, facturer. , HARRY S. PERKINS, vice president Belknap Hardwaio and Manufacturing Co. rector Koma president Wright Oil Co. Oil Co., dl- - JOHN FORD MORRIS, Certified Public Accountant. USE THIS COUPON to-da- TO-DA- Y Date Equitable Oil and fins Corporation, 510-1 Inter-Souther- For the benefit of those interested in the Kentucky Oil Industry wo havo just published a handsome illustrated souvenir booklet entitled "An Interesting Story of Hidden Wealth," which should be in tho hands of every Kentucky investor. This book contains a complete history of the discovery and development of the Diamond Springs field and is profusely illustrated with photographs of oil and gas wells and other bits of interesting scenery at Diamond Springs. We have a copy of this book for you and it will come forward by return mail, all charges prepaid upon receipt of your name before the edition is exhausted. and address on a postal card or the attached coupon. Send for your copy y S n Louisville, Ky. Without obligation on my jinrt. please icntl me a copy of your fieo book containing complete information, geological reports, etc., about the Diamond Spiings OH nnd Ons Field nnd tho Equitable OH nnd Gas Corporation. S Hlilg.. la1 EQUITABLE OIL AND GAS CORPORATION Incorporated 510-11-12 Nnmo Street nnd City No or Town Stnto INTER-SOUTHER- N BUILDING LOUISVILLE, KY. Occupation 3PSBSB8r3aBeBaBSBSBSB9B6BSBSBSB9BSB remains to Inquire whether as a matter of fact, the spirit and the tendencies of tho modern State being such as they are, the principle of compulsory education, as It is Imposed by law, does not Imperil certain algher right3 and Interests. Whatever answer may bo given, the education enforced by the State can only deal with that minimum of knowledge that is strictly indispensable. Beyond this tho Intellectual education of each one must be suited to the avocation he Is likely to follow. The right which each person Jias of choosing a career suited to his tastc3 and abilities stands opposed to any legal compulsion In this delicate matter. As morality is meaningless If divorced from the Idea of the absolute tho proper object of religion the moral upbringing anyone must have religious education as its foundation. Parents owe to their children this moral and religious education, and this . . . because , . . society at large lias an Interest In the preservation of beliefs, which, to use the words of Talne, lend the strongest support to the social Instinct." In view of the facts advanced and the evident, dangerous tendencies of the bill, there can be but one conclusion: Senate bill 5G35 must be defeated. Congress being now in special session, is watchfulness necessary. Besides, the N. E. A. planB to meet in Milwaukee early in July, where the propaganda for tho bill will, If necessary, find a new AH friends of tho freeImpetus. dom of education should prepare at once to register their opposition to the bill by telegram or letter addressed to their Senators. contrary, because It is a genuine instance. It will bo used with effect by tho forces of unrest, discontent and anarchy, now gaining so strong a hold upon the maas or the work-erA wholesale contempt for the very principle of authority is the inevitable outcome of a double standard of justice. In due time Congress will enact legislation to make tho prohibition amendment effective, but whether or mot Congress can pass a Federal "search and seizure" law may be questioned. There is no doubt, however, that such legislation Ilea within the provlnco of the Legislatures of the respective States. If the States are wise they will adopt the severest possible interpretation of "prohibition, and after filling their statute books with laws of the most drastic nature will enforce them equally against the rich and the poor. Tho danger inherent in the use of liquor, so graphically de scribed by imaginative prohibition lobbyists, is not lessoned when tho is held bestem of tho wine-glatween fingers calloused by clipping coupons. There are at least as many crocodiles and pink clophanU on iFifth avenue as in the mountains of Kentucky. It is an old adage that the best way of repealing an unwise law is to enforce It without mercy. If the people want prohibition, let them havo it, hook, line and sinker. A rigid enforcement alone shows the possibilities of a law and gives Its ultimate author, tho people, an opportunity of deciding whether the fairies who presided at its birth foretold tho truth, or merely engaged In their natural occupation of tolling fairy stoiics. ss - a. THOMAS KEENAN 1529 WEST MARKET STREET City 2360. Main 2360-- Y fML STr Tobacco grow5vs ySw jf" - tMade where proper limitations and that it gross0 E. CHESTNUT LOUISVILLU. K ly Ignores the natural rights of parents in the education of their children. It Is in times like the present, where a recognized chew. AvVVjMjg HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071.y tendency to abuse State powers and violate parental rights prevails, that the accepted Christian view must be emphasized again and again. Therefore against the continued tooting of the megaphone by .the N. E. A. there should arise from the Come on Now for a real tobacco treat! Hit numeioua audience a united, strong, loudly reverberating claim and up your old pipe or take a man's size chew and clamor for educational freedom nnd sec how this waxy, mellow, old twist warms the parent's rights in education. &&S2S Let all liberty-lovin- g Americans the cockles of your heart The smell of it udopt the words of tho Cardinal of VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVtVVVVI8 'alone will take you right back for more. Ask Belgium, Cardinal Mercier, referring to the limitations of the rights of for War Hawk I At all live merchants I ''iHl'H'-'iH'tit- 4 the State: "The right to teach Is only anGuaranteed by other form of the right to express one's Ideas. The State can not claim a monopoly of teaching. Private enterprise is a great factor in progINCORPORATE). ress, alike In the intellectual as In America. C. B. of C. V. 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, sphere. The action of the economic LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY tho State must be limited to proPBKPKTUAL HEMINDER. DOUBLE STANDARD DANGER. tecting, encouraging and, where necessary, seconding the Initiative A heroic sized statue in marble As the day of universal drouth of others, never must it supplant It. or the late Archbishop James EdTho State has no right to mold all draws near tho 'New York liquor ward years, Qulgloy, for Its citizens in one type, or to oblige houses are planning, according to from 1802 to '1915, thirteen Archbishop of them all to think alike, on the pre- tho New York Tribune, "to hold Chicago, now the corner Climb. Mam 209S-- a Home Cify 2908 X text of bringing about a perfect auctions of their valuable stocks." of Bush and stands on streets, InChestnut unity in the body politic. It was Quiet sales to indlvduals, in prep side That you tpeat for aotaetfelsg yu did not NEED would hv lUrud k the grounds of the Quigley this Idea which led Plato, with all aration for July l, have already Prepartory Seminary. The statue many single orders SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this baak'to bear iatemt COMPOUNDED his genius, into the worst absurd- been made and tho re- will bo a perpotual reminder ities The right of teaching, ' like amounting to $10,000 aavo been "fil- widely known prelate in whoseofhonyear; There MAY COUK a tlae waaa your "LAST DOLLAR" twlc that of thinking, is derived from corded. Dives In New York is ijg amt ba spent (or raetkiag yoti DO NKKD. Ta SAVING now of the human personality and has no direct ling his cellars, with champagne at or tho preparatory seminary has erected, ronneotlon with the mission of the $70 a case, and with Imported been leadershipundor histhe direction M dollan you ra waitkag might kaep tbt "hard hram itk successor in of These and whiskies at ?28 a gallon. State." condemns tho beverages as ie press has related, ofTIco, Archbishop G. W. Mundeleln. Thus the Cardinal Tho seminary Is tho most ornato dangerous tendency to permit tho and a few indiscreet Individuals and imposing ecclesiastical atruoture monopolize the educational havo boasted, are to be stored In State to AL. S. SMITH, PROP. in the bounds or tho archdiocese. Its system. No less interesting and im specially constructed cellars. The rich dedication will take place In conand sherlff-oroportant Is the declaration of the of the nection Cardinal on that basic considera- are "stocking up" and will suffer no diamond with thoofcelebration of jubilee tho exhauat-In- g his day tion: the rights and duties of par- want, but afterpoor mau ofmay not the Chicago dlocose. foundation of The date Hh labor tho Fifth and Court Place. ents in education and instruction. havo so much as a snlgle slasa of dedication is not yet announced. His Eminence writes: Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Untlt 7 p m necessary beer. For even Archbishop Qulgloy was born in "All must possess certain rudi- harmless, BOTH PHONES 810 Canada, October 15, ments which form the basis of all If the war restrictions are removed, Oshawa, Ont., In Rochester. N. Y., 1854, and died Intellectual culture and are one of body was 1915. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. the conditions for sharing tho life beer .for the poor as raro as a dodo July 10, Chicago His burial. Im- tor broucht to io icon W. G. RORK. PMiMmt. of a civilised society. This consti HHRBKRT JENKINS, Sec. talTttu. mediately on his investiture I !! Tho foresight 'of the barons of tutes the minimum whlcn parents Muadeleln announced his lm- - bishop may seem to be of small duty bound to procure for are in permanent purpose to BROADWAY VULCANIZING CO. their children. And It "would seem nnrtance. but It la not. II tne and lmuortanterect some ao mi pre Willing Workers will give a June ' E'ven on the lawn adjoining the memorial public authority ha here the millionaire Is allowed to evado tho that INCORPORATED aaminary Is tor the festival iotto enterUinmeat for church, but if not Jt will be Iield in is decessor. The resoit lav while ih right to interfere in the training tho school ihall. a most de t, In nnlaC t1 fff tl. Til til rltfllt Of forced io obey or we sahll have an- view ihe of young tjmm wJk liave in the .benefit of St. iPeter ClAve.r'8 serving cause anlThis Iszealous pas priesthood. GUARANTEED VULCANIZING the one iaw for the church, Lampton street, between tor, Kev. FAtner Scbaar, o, F, M the child against any reirhaaness or other instance ,,iMoi,niK. nit h mart of the Dar- - rich and another (or the poor. And Jackson and Hancock If tho and his people have hopes for a Office and Workroom Northeast Corner Seventh and Broadyray JUNE PB8T. In theory, scarcer' anyone (hi Is an instance that wlll not be ent or forgotten, On the iioiue j'Jione uity JMHl Next Monday and Tueaday tha weather is .peraiwlble it will be large attendance both evenings L,ouivllle, Kentucky rtouW b found to deny this. "But it overlooked God-giv717-71en proposed by itho Smith-Townbill and fostered by the N. E. F. is that It exalts the mission or the State far beyond Its scheme er Iflln rMfmSvmxA Funeral Director and Embuliucr AVVWVfrll J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I EU3t Maiia Street. 4ii rii DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTT . John D. Moore Tobacco Co. The Last Dollar tl"" Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH PHONBS. fooiefc8iwM, iGRAN W. SMITH'S SON Funeral Director 1 1 1 I ctl(, bomb-pro- of of and Embalmer Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. S I A -.- i.. Arch-weal- th M1 ltt straH-clean- er ad tnif . taimitni WEST J I . i mj&jsurcTJcmrvr JOHN B. RATTERMAN H"M"HMn.Hi.H..t"H'H'i"H" ;sWiTlfflriwtCTwavas -- xkltkc m jMBi&xoAiisr. MaaasaasssWsamBnHEasTi:'t""rTj.7iH'i ,', m u n u i .i ww FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 WEST MARKET STREET 1243. Phones Shawnee West 1107a. Cumberland SMOKE TARPY'S Lady Dash 10c Little RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL COVERS 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 xare the only aare kind tu wear Correct GLASSES are as Important as the right medicine and WE make them. Ky., Opposite Mary Andersou. LADIES That Milan hat from last sunl-mneeds attention. Bring It to us and we will clean, dye and reshape It to look like now. This is the only place in the city that knows how to do ladles' hats. We havo all mpdern machinery and can do the best of work. Forty yeara in business is our guarantee. or L - J. 5c Made !! !!! ! !' Best 4"H Cigars 'M! 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OLD MAN HARRIS Editor, has made scores of bis readers from 50 per cent, to 500 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 knows "Who's Who" in the oil game. AH confidential. information strictly Year's subscription to Kentucky Oil Journal ?2. (Free with each new subscription a beautiful map ot Kentucky oil fields an artist's idea of an airplane view of the State, Write worth ?5; 14x22 inches.) for free sample copy 10 pages, 2 illustrated, huildlng, Louisville, Ky. 411-41Inter-Southern 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. Cleaning, dying, reblocklng of Ladies' Hats In the latest styles. Walnut Straw Works 515 West Walnut St. Mva year 607a aa edneftWOB that wll. prepare tfeesa for life, OFF ON THE FIRST LEO OP TRA THE FLIGHT. SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. The three Naval Curtis lioats leaving the Rockaway Air Station, New York, May 8, 1019. Upper d Insert shows route naval flyers will take. Right-han- d insert shows Capt. Powers Loans to tlfose having regular inSymington, chief of staff of the Thlrrd Naval district bidding good-by- e and good luck to each individual of comes or salary, with no publicity the three crews of the pianos wblch will atempt the ocean flight. or red tape. Loans to housekeepers n their personal security. ItYAN COMIXG HOME. APOSTOLIC DELEGATE. HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY F. K. POOLEY, Building, Koom 1, Courier-JournHon. Michael J. Ryan, of PhilaHis Excellency Most Rev. Arch416 S. Fourth Street. delphia, sailed ifor New York on bishop Bonzano, Apostolic Delegate Saturday on the Touralno to report to the United States, is preparing to to the Committee leave for Italy somo time in June. T. of Twenty-fiv- e division a. E. YANN DAIRY CO.MPANY what the CommisHe First and third Fridays, Hibernian will will so to Rome and, It Is said, sion has accomplished slnco its ardiscuss with Vatican officials Incorporated. Home, 0 Portland. rival in Europe. Frank P. Walsh, varioua phases of Catholic affairs in President Tim O'Leary. of Kansas City, and former Gov. tho United States, but the main pur0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. Vice President Walter Murphy. Dunne, of Illinois, the other mempose of his visit is to see his relabers of the committee, have decided Financial Secretary John tives and to take a vacation. It Is Both Phones 4203 to await developments regarding the 1850 Portland avenue. his purpose to remain away two or request that Prof. Edward do Recording Secretary John A. three months. Since coming to this and other representatives of the Martin. country, seven years ago, Archbishop "SOUTHERN STAR" Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. Irish cause be given safe conducts Bonzano has not had an opportunity Sergeant-at-Arm- s Shee-hato come to Paris. The first result Martin to go back to Italy for a vialt and SLICED BACON of Commissioner Ryan's trip to the he has renialnpd eit his nnat vlrfunl. "All Ready for Your Griddle lu the Sentinel Thomas Noone. ly without interruption during all united states is expected to be an Morning" ' to effort to get ma; wme. tte was anout to maKe unite in a demand that President HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE the trip two years ago when tho war Wilson insist upon the granting of InrnrVAnftrt. KInrn fTion Jit. tin. crlvon LOUISVILLE PROVISION OO. DIVISION 4. passports to the three Sinn Fein wholly to the duties of Incorporated 'Meets second and fourth llondaya his attention delegates, De Valera, Griffiths and nis onice, wiui tne exception or one uertrana Han, sixth street. Count Plunkett, to come to Paris or two brjef Intervals, when he DEAD ANIMALS to lay the case of Ireland before the maue snort trips in this country. President John J. Barry. peace conference. The President Vice President Mark J. Ryan. CASH PRICES PAID HIGHEST also will be asked to insist that the Recording Secretary BRITISH LEADERS PROTEST. Lawrence Irish bo allowed to sign the treaty D, Meany., Call Homo Phone City 721; separately from the British. An appeal signed by a number of Cumb. Phone Main 721. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Langan, 2114 Halo avenue. eminent professors and others, InLOUISVILLE RENDERING OO. cluding the Bishop of Oxford, ArHOG ALMOST ALL. Treasurer John F. Burke. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Patrick Con thur Henderson, leader of the Labor party In the House of Commons, and ILUUJLY BROS. SHOE STORES The United States has looked for nelly. no territory or indemnity from the H. G. Wells, John Masefleld, Lady Sentinel M. J. McDermott. beaten foe. Even the German merGilbert, George G. A. Murray and All Kinds of Footwear For the Whole Family Jerome K. Jerome, has ibeen pubchantmen which wero interned beFOR WOJIAN'S EYE. fore we entered the war will bo lished in London, urging .the reconTwo HAMBLY'S Stores paid for. This does not satisfy the torms of peace on Manv of the belts on tlin nrw nulls sideration of thothey belle allies at least England wants the show tho ground that the spit it iOth nnd Portland. Shaw. 1716 buckles. United States to give up those ships of the fourteen points of President 18th nnd Mnguluo City 7161 Heavy silk jersey fabrics are now Wilaon. pool, dividing them on the to a Tho appeal declares that tonnage aunk .by the used in millinery. ratio of the the terms constitute a breach of REGULAR DINNER submarines by which England would Black taffeta frocks are extremely faith with a beaten enemy and reWith Soup, Coffee and Dessert get almost '11 of them. England, smart and not hard to make. duce Germany to .tho position of a does not want her allies to reap any subject nation. It concludes with a 35c A rose forms ithe sole trimming statement that on such a basis "it is advantage front the division of Quint, Genteel Service From Buffet to a smart little white satin hat. 'spoils, and from hor own viewpoint Impossible to establish any true Lunch to Banquet. Is right. But what do the others Some of the new vplla alinw nl. league of nations." say? MEDLEY HOTEL RESTAURANT, ored designs on iblack net grounds. HOME LAND LIFE. 620 W. Market St. Tho demand for fabrics that can SOLDIERS' FAVORITE. City G810. Main 9170. be easily converted Into waistcoats Films made under tho supervision lmllnaMnf. narlinna tlin Irnnil nf continues. of the Department or the Interior PEOPLE'S FXOVXOBHT ABBeOXATISS New ellk gloves are made with will bo taken to Franco bv Miss mind of our soldiers abroad, the Incorporated statement Is made that the motion deep cuff portion faced with bril- Rlizabeth Marbury for exhibition In n ClUftas K. of C. huts there and In tho ter- Was Orffaulxad by picture most In demand now In liant color. to Maks One of tho newest blouses is made ritory ot the army or occupation. Pershing's army of occupation is rvf Hlirlat " In of cream net, with turned-u- p nlinwn tha. 'T.lf them The films, which wero taken in all J. 6 A K 8 parts ot tho United States, depict Walter A. Morton, at the bottom. eleven reels. On rnrnltura and Othsr Ftrsonal y ru- social, Property at Silk (Slippers embroidered In the tho attractions, financial and rormeriy a uirecior uui phnrtrn rt irnlphtn fit f!o- - Japanese fashion are a pretty bit of of American land life and havo been nAnMif I.OWEST BATES entitled "God's Own Country" on lumbus Cinema department abroad, boudoir footwear. COLEMAN BUILDING returned recently and made the Wlhi to pearl buttons, instead of this account. The object In taking 8. E. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON above report to K. of C. Headquar- dark blue ones, are coming In for a .these films abroad for display is not Both Phones 2886 ters. good deal of attention on tailored only to show the soldiers the advann tage of remunerative work on tho Both Phonea 2406 "Tho 'Life of Christ' or the suits. Vmt nlsn ifn nrnvfrln niltfllHnnnl Play' In .film appeals mightily Figured pongee" has been made Inml ft to the American doughboy," Mr. into somo charming new blouses. It educational entertainment in show ing the boys intimate scenes or rufnrfin niil. "ami la responsible for shows scrawling designs' In blue,-Reutllnger Adolpb ral life In their homeland. The K. a floodtlde ot religious sentiment soft blue. nt C ImvA nnw finmn 2fK) nlaces " that appears to De uominuuns tho INSURANCE You are Wise to make summer abroad where American service men Under imnno nt this .moment. TORNADO, LIABILITY AND Knights of Colum- frocks of gingham, but you are un- are being constantly entertained, auspices of the PLATE GLASS wise if you make them without first and Miss Marbury will plan a tour bus, a similar welfare organization, shrinking 123 SOUTH THIRl) STREET the gingham. army, this ,wlll insure every of the films which and the Third Anieiican The taffeta and faille hat that Is man overseas an opportunity ot see picture was ilrst snown ai uouienz. SAVINGS LOUISVILLE Impression either embioideied or brocaded in ing it. in conjunction wun uie ex- SOUTH It made a remaikable upon tho soldiers and tho news re- an all over design is a ibat that Is hibition of the fllma tho Knights are AND DEPOSIT BANK garding its exhibition spread rapid- coming to us straight along from nr.nnt.lTir' fn ntll TTIPn WllO maV be attracted to a livelihood on the land ly through tho army of occupation. Paris. Fourth and Central Avenue Slippers or heavy silk, in any by accepting their applications ror Requests from every camp in tho by Americans color that you wish to match a tv.io onri nr wnrlr find nnttlntr these occupied Three Per Cent. Paid on Savings district nmiroii intn h Afwlnuarters asking for given nogHgeo, are quilted In a small applications through the 'extensive Deposits. A General Banking BusiIn ness Transacted. The effect is very at machinery ot K. of C. the film. The impresslvo story, so this country. graphically tola in inm, appaiH ua- tractive. nr. ntlinf TllpHlTA sllOWIl OUr flglltK. PFED7FER Japanese allk crepe underwear Is TYROLEANS PROTESTING. ers. They take to .heart the lesson a charming sort of thing for warm FLORIST taught by the marvelous story and weather wear. To begin with, it ouu laundora jotfectly. In tho next Tyroleana are great. 421 South Thirty-eight- h Street The Catholic that it accomplices nntiAYntlon to Italy, contend ..u.. . iw mn iinnht. The Amori- - place, It Is soft and sheer and Cut best there is charming to look upon as well as to ing that the loss of tho Trentlno or Works. Flowers, Plants and Funeral can soldier typifies the Southern Tyrol would be a ueainin man that's wiiy uie mm. """ feel. . Independ- Phone Shawnee blow to their economic of Christ,' appeals so strongly to Vinlr InMirnnrfltlon with Italy anna him." SOLDIER SniUNES. Highland 1033 would be another TiVithnr lMniriilrf a Knichts of Co- JOS. V. SPANINGER Imnhu.q clifinlnln. who is noted as a iBBBJBBBBBJBBBBBBHAhiM AhII Tttft sociologist and scholar, is doing a GROCERY AND SALOON, FINE remarkable woric near Aaronsuerg, WINES. LIQUORS. CIGARS t he is stationed with tStiiallllllllllllllllBI Germany, where bbBK JI70 Baxter Avenuo the American army of occupation. On a hillside he has constructed one more than a dozen shrines, each BEBBpflK wdr jjff3T IhIB f iu .vBBBBBBb of them a grotto dovoteu to some PRACTICAL nATTER mystery of religion, some episode in Hats Remodeled, Cleaned and fine life Of Christ or of His Blessed Dyed. Panama's Bleeched. CleanHere daily he addresses Mother. Hi JPgB 'HBvAsBaSHiiiaBB ing and Pressing of Men's Clothing. iti& American soldiers with a simplicity John B. Stetson Hats at Low Price. that brings home to every hearer the story of the Rosary, the life of C20 West Walnut Street. our Lord, the Way of the Cross Thousands of soldiers, Catholics and Protestants, visit Father Magurre'a MEN'S BLACK OR TAN grottoes daily. left-hantrans-Atlant- ic al Irish-American The .Smoke "BREVA."Hour. O Ihe. CONTRACTOR FOK K Mi mmmmm ' "flWaVs1' riWM' ' '' Mi SAM L. ROBEKTSOA ALL KINDS OF OONOItl?) Wrtu. 1815 S. Tweuty-sliU- i Home Phone Shawnee Stis WM. P. BANNON 1818-182- CONTRACTING PLASTUKKK Brook nnd Bloom City 8380 Home City 2803 REPAIR WORK PLUMBING 711! 508-51- Brod-erlc- Cuiub. S. 161 Va-le- ra n. A SPECIALTT Irish-America- ns FRED HORNUNG, JR. AND GAS FITTINU West Jefferson Street Louisville, Ky. 8U1 Homo Phone Shawnee HENRY GOSS Tin Roofing, Guttering, bpouttng Roofs Repaired and Palnteo Asphalt Shingles a Specialty 2011 W. Broadnuy, Louisville, It) SECURITY & LOAN CO Incorporated. A. Lazar, Manager .Money Advanced on Your Plulu Note aili West JelTerson Stiect (Second Floor) Homo Phone City 2967. NATIONAL II ATI tilt Home Phono City 1931 TOM TOLAKI3, Prop it25 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. Suits Pressed While You Wall Hats Cleaned and Blocked While Vou Walt. Soldiers' Unlfurinr and Hats a Specialty. Work Called For and Delivered. Our Motto- - "Sarvlco, GLOBE -- Attention and Quality." THE SIGN OF Hlghl'd 7411 QUALITY Well-know- East 180 KENTUCKY LAUNDRY OO. 014-02- mm-pia- Incorporated 2 (11 Underbill St. Geo. Dearborn Manager Pas-sio- RXUTLINGXE FIRE 00 JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED a Established 1820. Louisville, Ky. OFFIGK OUrFlTTKKS STATIONERS PRINTERS ARTHUR A. WILL BUILDER 8431 MONTGOSIERY STREET Home Phone Shawnee FRANK 000 1010 criss-cros- s. Job-flndl- A. OHIJ1ANN pro-ir.aHr- East Franklin A Street MEATS 559-JL- GROCERIES AND FRESH Cumb. Main 967-- Alsace-Lorrain- e. J. M. BUCKNER TOBACCON13I Louisville, Ky. WHOLESALE 000 West Main Street ' x JB. MORGAN JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURE MOVER nnd WAGON PACICEH jhHheHH OR VAN PICNIC 2525 West Walnut Street PARTIES A SPECIALTY Home Phono Shawnee 198C H. BOSSES SON Funeral Directors and Embalmers. MephewM RECEIVES PALLIICM. BeeeejBf 1 ST. XAVIER'S ,COLLfcGE 119 W. Broadway, ImiarUle, Xy Conducted by the X&verlaa Brother Classical, Bcientlflo and Bualneai Courses. Preparatory Department, Law Bvrlmmlnsr Pool, Well Equipped Oymna-lum-. Terms moderate. Bra HaH)ln, Mr tKKBESBb mLks 1 The pallium was conferred on ATchblsliop Dowllng In St. Paul Cathedral on Tuesday. May 27. The pallium was carried to fit. Paul by ior of the Foreign Mission Society. Archbishop Keane, ot Dubuque, conferred thd pallium on ArchbUhop Dowllng at one of the most solemn ceremonies In tho ritual ot the church. Bishop O'Gorman, or Sioux Palls, 8. D preached at the ceremonies. HONORABLE Sixty-ninth- W0RKSH0ES $3.50 lo. $600 Theis shoes ars world beaters they look well and they stand the and built for service and they render that service. Out of the bang's of service. They ars designed Very Rev. .Tames A. Waloh, Super- sBhbbbbI &mW BaBLaHi fBasB H vvfttoBJI A .aflBBBH rBHafafM BHBBkL iflBrSBrH i :ABb1JBBBBbJBBB1 H i -- ' . BBBBBs 1Mb. SPALDING SHOE CO. xioxTBBsrrx ajto siapm High-Rent Start the Season Right KODAK FILMS it MESSENGER SERVICE tickets, lunches, railroad tickets, bertha, etc. Prompt and reliable messengers for H kinds of personal Phone City nd private business. 4414. (DAY OR NIGHT.) 009 SOOTH FIFTH STREET. We purchase and deliver theater FRED ERHART s HbHbbTbbbbbI OFBX SVEXIX88 D District Leave Your ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING H.V. Carner Ftartt and JtRtfon IN nOTEL (las secured the DeMar Quintet, of Duffy, the gallant chaplain Father Chicago, for a short engagement, who attainor the "OM CHINESE COLOR SERGEANT. SIR JAMES ERIC DRUMMOND and will open with them on Monday ed the n4k of Captain, has been Sing Koe, who has just arirved evening at 6 o'clock. Special Table Nominated by President Wilson to hnnnrahlv discharged from service, bo tho first Secretary General of the Father Duffv returned with his regi- - in the United Stato rrom France, d'Hote Dinners and ' ment a feW League of .Nations. decorated with the D. S. C, medal, Suppers will be served. wek go. TIU3 LOUISVILLE-OL," DISCHARGE. J Iwemty-Poa- 1) Wfeort TMt TraK Mark tmMti r After-the)it- Hour Service er )S 12 S. Second St., LouisviMe JECBIOMCY W Vil TKrL2AWpPiLB ttoet .rwr TsssSSMIPr CONCERTS ffTiiKFM BEST VWMV11U? will visit jsmmm pool AterwsfiNmtr D pope. CHi-RO-PRM-T- IIXI BfAT A&TOXKXOAlSr. PAID TO FIND JOBS. 3ANGIN& nSISTXmUaHmne, KES Even i ! THtr nff. ' "Vv'ftv rAKK W i jr v.r Bir -- rvrvBHiBBHHHBv JMrWSEHEMT CEHTERL 7 k "Iax mm tvks Miir RESTAVRAKT IVXE UPEI EVERY NlGHTi si MACKIN COUNCIL Y. M. I. Moonlight Excursion TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 3 Boat leaves Fourth street at 8:30 o'clock. Jazz orchestra QUALITY and SERVICE AT A REASONABLE to save Our complete manufacturing from $2 to $5 on their glasses. WE GUARANTEE ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION We carry in stock a complete assortment of the finest frames from which to make a selection. A competent optometrist in charge of examinations. LENSES with any desired mounting in stock, case and cord complete ? 1.50 No charge lor examination. KRYPTOK invisible bifocals, for far and near vision, ground complete with your choice of mounttogether, not ings $8.0 ctant-nted- , PRICE plant enables people The beautiful and consoling movement which has commenced at Lyons and at in favor os Israel, comes as a reply to the novena of masses celebrated in Ireland and England last year from June 20 to 29 for the conversion of the Jews, saya a writer in the Irish Catholic of Dublin. Many Israelites converted at Lyons wish to form an y association united with the of Prayers for the Conversion of Israel (founded in Paris, January 25, 1904, with the approbation of His Eminence Cardinal Richard), and with the Catholic Guild of Israel (founded in London December 18, 1917, with the approbation of His Eminence Cardinal Bourne). The object of this association Is to group together converted Jews who, perhaps isolated and consed quently in their new spiritual walk of life, will feel stronger and more at homo by this very desirable union, and thus feel capable also of sustaining all the holy causes of religion. The first movement of this pious union will be a pilgrimage of reparation and love to Jerusalem, including in the itinerary Lourdes and Rome. At Rome the pilgrims will have the inestimable privilege of offering to the Holy Father a white book containing the names of a large number of Jews who have been converted all over the world At Jerusalem they will make an act of reparation. In the Basilica of Ecce Homo (where the "Sacred Heart in His Sacrament of Love still pleads day and night lor erring souls) on the very spot where their forefathr ers blasphemed the Mes3lah and cried aloud for 'his death. The organization of the work Is vested In the several committees, of which that established at the Convent of Notre Dame, Bayswater, will be the pivot or center around which the others will work. Those interested in the work are earnestly de sired to assist In the collection of names of Jewish converts by sending them to the Central Committee, Convent of Our Lady of Sion, Chepstow Villas, Bayswater, W. England. The desire of these converted Israelites to erect a chapel in the projected Basilica of- the Sacred Heart, Jerusalem, is one of the most conaol-In- g features in the history of their conversion. Paray-le-iMonl- Archcon-fraternit- faint-hearte- Baray-le-Moni- - SUPERIOR OPTICAL CO. JUSTICE TO IRELAND. IMiHHiMHHriMHMH M. J. BANNSN, President and Oil SOUTH FOUIITII AVENUE Mioaiir. P. tANNON. JR., Vici Pfis, ami P. BANNON PIPE eefr Tru. f CO. BricM, Sewer aad Calvert Pipe, Baaaoa's Patent Lidded Pipe fer Steam Ceadaits, Wall Coping Drain Tile, Vitrified Vrm Hfooflmrf. Flae Lining. Fire BrictX i 2 Grate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tops. OFFICE 836 SOUTHJTHIRTEENTH STREET. PHONES CITY YrOltrcg 373-178- CUMB, MAIN Thirteenth aad Breokiarid S07. and Ninth and Magnolia. I Correct Glasses Are as Important as the Right Medicine. gSI We Make Glasses to Meet theRequirementsof Oculists' Prescriptions. ZZ2 ASK ANY OCULIST 01 a FOURTH AVENUE THE!BALLOPTICAL CO. OPP MARY ANDERSON TRY r?Rfc .W $sts&b vvy, Mi II 11 KKCVO HKJft. - : vxvk " "THE n1?NRVC HE LOUiaVILLKiT. ViOT"S "aaai. Mr rrr PILLTHATlWILL." WLS yS5? iniy They work like a charm. Every box Sold to satisfy or your moneylrefunded. , For Sale by Your Druggist packages. in 25-ce- nt ARE YOU Looking For an Ideal Suburban Bungalo Home? Just dntslile the city limits, in the most beautiful of tiie Highland bed-rooone-flo- iro wc The demand that delegates of the Irish Republic be admitted to the Peace Conference, and that the claims of Ireland to liberty and full independence be recognized is no longer as the voice of one crying In tho wilderness. From a thousand platforms dn many cities of the United States that demand comes, and represents not only the desire of the millions of people of Irish blood In the country 'but the wish of every American who has not lost faith in the American principles of government and ddeals of liberty. That both the President and his assistants are aware of the intensity of public feeling in this matter is evident from the efforts they are making to induce the British Premier to grant passports to Paris to the Irish republican delegates. Prom latest advices we learn that the British Premier has flatly refused to grant these passports. Of course we understand that his Tory colleagues in the British Government would mot stand for any recognition The Britof the Irish democracy. ish workmen, however, do not see eye to eye with the Toriea on this question. They have gone on record as being in favor of for Ireland as well as for Poland and for other places of which they never heard before the war, and they are decidedly in favor of meeting the wishes of AmerIn this ica more than half way. they show more political acumen than the Tory reactionaries who are In power1 as the result of a snap election. They know that the peace of tho world and the safety of the British Empire really depends on a good understanding with America and that Ireland blocka the way to and will such an understanding, block It until justice is meted out to her. The Tories are fully alive nd to the workmen's attitude, hence the violent efforts of the Tory press to minimize America's part In the war they want to Telieve tho minds of the masses of the sense of obligation to the United States for saving them from defeat, and Incidentally .teach them to turn a deaf ear to the demands of the American people for justice to Ireland. THEY WlIJi SIOX. Germany declines to sign the hppatise ini.i ww..-peace . teiuio wm Hnfan. It they mean the economic destruction, political dishonor and onoral degradation of the entire German nation, "".. not oniy tor me for still unborn generations, was a statement authorized by the Cabinet Associated last week through theconsequences "That these Press must logically follow acceptance of the peace conditions the American without pros3 itself has recognizedsays. Toquestion," the statement ward them Germany took the standpoint that acceptance of such conditions could not be demanded and that the entente was unjustified -In BULIl impOSing UU1..JU, harder, no terms are hardmuchexpected: but doubt, than Germany they only exact justice and reparation for wrong done. They are no harder than Germany would have Imposed had the allies been defeatmated. Viewing that aspect or the comhaB no right io ter Germanyconsidering what the plain. But Germans had been led to expect from President "Wilson's Idealisms, we can understand the bitter disappointment that now prevails in Germany. For all that, we believe the sign the German delegates wl treaty. There is no alternative left to them but to invite speedy and complete disaster. ihhi, "Wo Are A Cloie To You A Phone" Tour sec- USH US STARK'S NEW METHOD SHOE REPAIR SHOP S. STASK, ProprietorOnly - the very best material and highest class of workmunshtp Work called for and delivered.you.Our work and nervlce will please TRY US We give special and prompt atwork. tention to 645 80UTX rOUXTK AVENUE LOUISVILLE, KY Home Phone, City 231 Cumb. Phone, Main 1288-out-of-to- Fresh Ohio River Fish RECEIVED DAILY, OHIO RIVER HBJ A SPECIALTY. tion, Me have a three bungalow, on n lot modern 150x10.1 feet and (he finest garden land iu Jefferson County. A Ave or cottage or bungalow, closo to a Catholic church, may be traded iu on thN property. Come to see lis. FOUR - APARTMENT BRICK TIOBSI3, rented nt $80 per month. If you luive n residence, rcnlly worth $0,500 to $7,000, to trade for this, let us know. $2,800 WIliTi BUY A SPLEXDID PHASi.. HOUSE. On n foot lot and on the Preston street car line, near the Eastern Parkvtay, on the road to Camp Taylor. Easy terms. six-roo- m well-locate- d SIX-ROO- 1 fiO-20- 0 GRACIOUS AUnrENOE. JUS-BRiK-m- i nun City 1831 201-21- 7 , Segal 311 Kst J&tmemm. Home City 1411. I Boyer mm ia Fish Co. Mn4. YhMa-Ma- 2517 Norton Building 'tPaurth aad JefferwM. The three Episcopal Bishops who went to Rome to see the Pope were received by him upon their arrival. The Pope was very gracious to to them, but he could not accede ror plan to come to them pains their church unity. Had they taken to inform themselves regarding the Catholic position they might have known that before they started on their juorney. But thy learaed biAes- having aometMag in Ro a dellhtfu attdteaee with tlw Holy - Positions for fifty men to learn the Jewelry .trade were offered to Clilroornctle BBBBknBJtfiir the Knights of Columbus by Joseph Saved from summer ruit arid decay, smoke pipes Kemorrn Fahays, of the Fahys "Watch Co., 15 the Canse removed, eiled, furnace overhauled and cleaned. bbbBkmJIh ? Maiden Lane, New York City. The aSmS Nature Dofi. MOSM men will be givep work In the the Healing. ?WlM Fahys' factory at Sag arbor, L. I BHBBbBbtS 'tnYav Connnltatlon BBBBBBRf?-- ' New York, among attractive bSBBK' surand BnVSSi irMSi roundings and be paid ?18 per week TELEPHONE NOW. while they are learning the trade. Free. Tho experiment being conducted by the Knights of Columbus at the BBflK,,n'gBJBjBjk Office suggestion of Joseph C. Pelletler, of Boston, a member of the K. of C. City 2181 315 fcVjV aflaaaaW Main 2933 War Activities Committee and DisKarton trict Attorney of tho Hub, of paying BWg. selected men $4 per day to find work for their comrades, is Honra meeting with surprising success. 10:90 A. V, The K. of C. flying wedge of to 6 P. M. as It has been called, commenced Its drive for work in New York City early in the week, one hundred soldiers, sailors and mai TE rines going over district zones of the business, Industrial and mercanRoofing tile sections of the city under the direction of Peter W. Collins, the Incorporated K. of C. employment director. The men stormed various plants, Pitch, Coal Tnr, Tarrou Felts, CAPITAL $000,000 PAR VALUE $1.00 especially the large electrical and Gravel Roofing (A Specialty). manufacturing concerns. They preFULLY PAID AND NONASSESSABLE 124 V. Main sented the claims of the veterans of Phones City 1250; Maln 14Q0.Y the Great War for work, and tho employment managers of the big "ANOTHER LIVE ONE". concerns responded generonsly. On the first, day out G?7 jobs were This Is the company for tho conservative man to Investigate 1 found, an "average of neaTly" six jobs o o io uiiui-juinore ior we money tnan tno averago man exfor each man. Skilled and unskill pects on the start. ed callings were represented In the JjpL .JaMBaaaaw We have all the possibilities that any one can offer, with list of jobs gathered and not one jf JJWjMflaBBbaBt these conditions: job was accepted in' a concern where disputes exist between employers Over 2,200 acres under lease. This acreage Is scattered in such manner that it lies in and around some of tho and employes. Jobs were found for territory in Allen County, Kentucky, and on some of which we 100 men In a sugar refinery, 80 now have pumping wells. stenographers were accommodated, book60 75 salesmen, 60 clerks, We own 46fc acres on which there is no royalty to be paid keepers, 30 automechanics, 6 elecand on which there are three producing wells. tricians, 12 machinists, 10 tailors, Our CI acres known as tho Pitcock lease, joins the Hooten 20 pressmen, 10 linotype operators, ESTIMATES FURNISHED lease that sold about four weeks ago for something like $150,000. and so on. All that separates our lease is the county road, which runs beOn Marble, Granite Joaeph One of the tween us. H. Kehoe, found a $30 job with an Monuments and Markers. We have four wells on this lease fully equipped and atexpress company, which he took SPECIAL ATTENTION" tached to pipeline, with one drill working and another to start was himself, so another Given to Monday. Orders. enlisted in the flying wedge to take PRICES REASONABLE. Our Field Manager, Mr. Gus Barritt, haa had more than Kehoe's place. twenty years of practical experience In the oil business and is unReports" are not at hand for the usually well equipped for this Important position. ,,B. F. Marquess & Co.l second day's drive, but It is estimated that the K. C. offensive against We ate offering subject to prior sale, a limited number of b line will Tesult In over 813 S. Fifth St. Louisville, Ky.J the shares at 50c per thare. 1,500 jobs a week for When our books are closed at this figure, it will be next to men. impossible to seciiro tiny of our stock for anything llko this price, Father, We hope they will profit Chairman William J. Mulligan, of as we expect to bring In several wells before June 1, whicll will by it. K. of C. 3tates the method of paynaturally Increase tho value of same very materially. the veterans to find jobs for other Any substantial production added to our present producHOLY CROSS. veterans will be employed an other tion should enable us to pay a handsome dividend within a very cities If continuously successful short timo Ascension day will ever be a here. e happy day for boys and For full information call, write or phone, girls of Holy Cross parish, who on A STARTLING DEVELOP.AIEXT. Thursday had the supreme privilege oi receiving xneir nrst moly comWhat, in heaven's name, has munion and the sacrament of conthese United States? Have we firmation. In the morning Rev. become, without our knowledge, a Incorporated Father Brey, the pastor, celebrated vassal nation, 'or has Wilson sought the imasg and the little ones nre to surrender our Integrity for a SUITE SO UtOQUOIS'LIFE BUILDING Bented a beautiful sight as they ap- prospective English viscountcy? Not LOUISVILLE, KY. 300 WEST MAIN STREET proached the altar to receive the otherwise, we confess, may we exsacrament from his hands. In the plain this latest act of our alleged MAIN 90 PHONES City 8320 evening Bishop O'Donaghue admin- American authorities in arresting, HANNA, Secretary. T. V. BROWN, President. J. istered the sacrament of confirma- at the port of New York, an Irish C. 0. BROWN, Tteasurer. tion and spoke words of advice and Christian brother, who properly and S. O. WILKES, Vice President. commendation to the children and conscientiously refused during his GUS BARRITT, Field Manager. congregation that made a deep im- voyage thither from Ireland to rise press on their minds. The class evi- at the national anthem of the exdenced the careful training of Fath- ploiter of his country. Really it is er Brey and their teachers, the Sla- about time that Americans, whether ters of Mercy. of Irish extraction or not, began to IV WW VVVW WW WW fVfV7IVlVVVVvfJVVfVVVVVtVfV90VvfVVVP wake up and find out definitely If FORTY HOUBS. Wilson has agreed to reduce their country to the status of a Bnltl3h The Fortj Hours devotions have crown colony and tear up the Dec been fixed to begin tomorrow at laration of Independence. If he has, Holy Trinity church, this city, at then the sooner they know it the the high mass. The services will better, as there is no use delaying LOUISVTLIm KENTUCKY open with procession and exposition a repetition of 177C. Of course. LARGEST IN THE SOUTII. of the Blessed Sacrament, and will if our recent flirtation was of such come to a solemn close Tuesday. a character that the majority of the Rev. Father Berreshelm has made people here feel like a marriage every preparation for these beauti- ceremony in which Washington s WELDINO ful devotions and will be assisted land should play the part of John REPAIRING by priests from the local churches. Bull's weaker vessel, then that Expert Attention On Repairs On All Makes of Cars makes quite a difference. In that SPECIALISTS ON FORD ItEPAIRING BILL SHOULD PASS. event there are a few millions of U3 deportation before the that want & GO. Representative Mason, Republican, nuptials begin, for we don't propose of Illinois, has introduced in Conand we speak for the said mill ERNEST SMITH, Prop. gress a bill directing tho expendl-dur- e ions as well to stand up or remove 713 SOUTH SEVENTH ST., LOUISVILLE, KY. of $14,000 annually of State our headgear or show any mark of Both Phones 2309 Department funds "for salaries for respect, now or at any time that a Minister and Consuls to the repub- the said symbol of depravity Is PERFECT FITTING lic of Ireland." The fate of this bill brought in evidence. It surely Is will attract wldespiead attention up to the Irish societies to question SPECTACLES ANO EYE GLASSES and will be awaited with Interest. the proppr authorities as to whether, and if so, how far we are com SISTERS TAKE SCHOOL. mitted to England, and if it is In DR. JOHN P. BECKER pursuance of such a commltal that Mother Genevieve. Superioress of Irish clerics coming here as guests OPTOMETRIST, the Convent of the Sisters of Mercy, are being molested by whipper-sna- p accompanied by Sister Beraardine, pers of immigration agents. On rewas in Nelson county last week on ceiving a clear reply, it will then be SPECIALIST IN FITTING GLASSES business connected with the paro- in oruer to take sucn rurtuer action Twenty Years' Experience. chial school atHowardstown. It is as the case may require. Let hon Pnces Reasonable. Intimated that arrangements were est men awake before it is too late. made to have the school taught by Western Freeman. 315 Starka Building. Third Floor the Sisters of this order and they Fourth aad Walnat. will probably be able to begin teachOculists' Prescriptions. METRO OIL COMPANY. Phono City 1180. ing by September 1. Another live oil company in the SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY EUCHRE AND LOTTO. market with a capitalization of No Job Too' Large or None Too UrCOSVOXATSD $900,000, fullv paid and Small. The congregation of St. Colum-ba'- s Is the Metro Oil Company, Fourth and ChesjHUt. church will entertain with a with suites at 36 Iroquois Life euchre and lotto next Tuesday af- Building and 300 West Main street. DoYouWanttoSellorBuy ternoon and evening in the school This company has 2,200 acres unand Market stieets, der lease around proven oil terrihall. Thirty-fift- h DO TTOU WANT XO SEX.X, OK BUTT? and games will he called at 3 rfnd tory in Allen county. It owns fortyI can Sell or Trade or find a Many handsome prizes -six on which there 8 o'clock. and Buyer for vour Business, Farm. Mine or Property of any kind or descripproducing wells and no ben donated by the occasion. are three have tion We have Businesses und The field manroyalty to be paid of every kind For Sale in alager of the Metro is Gus Barlltt, one OITi AND GAS CO. EQUITABLE most any part of Kentucky, Indiana, and otlies States. experts In the counof the finest oil The Equitable ,011 and Gas Oar Motto: Prompt Service, Bet-teTo Buy It You "Want or Private or Sell at with business and operat- try, with n experience of more than Work, Sntiafied Customer. Auction Sale 2 twenty years in the business. The ing offices at Write or Call Phone City 2790 Building, offers Investors the officers of the Metro Oil Company greatest chances for profits; $250,-00- 0 are men of splendid business abil- 745 S. Sixth St. Louisville, Ky. BUSINESS EXCHANGE of the capital stock Is offered ity who stand high In the communAuctioneer and Beal Eitate at par value, $1 a share. Only a ity. They are T. V. Brown, Presi2 LOUISVILLE TRUST BLDO. limited amount Is to be placed on dent; S. O. Wilkes, Cumb. Phone, Main 2900 THE VERY BEST Hanna, Secretary; C. O. sale here and those who desire to J. C Homo Phone, City 6313 take advantage of this splendid op- Brown, Treasurer, and Gua Barrltt, Want If TonSend to Hit With Vn, portunity should not fail to take Field Manager. for Contract prompt action. This company owns COLDER JUBILEE. holdings at Diamond Springs and 'At Near to You as tbc Neafert Paaaa" One of the triost Interesting and has an authorized capital of $5,000,-00Diamond Springs field impressive religious events of recent The was tested fifteen years ago by S. years was the golden jubilee celeFUNERAL FLOWERS J. Gish, one of the finest mineral bration in Chicago last Sunday of SOFT DRINKS exports Kentucky. Land was the Right Bev. Daniel J. Rlordan, in A. SPECIAL SPRAY $3.08 ieaaed, as the result of this test, pastor of St. Elizabeth's church, A. SPECIAL WREATH $5.00 holdaveForty-flrdozens of wells drilled and the and South Wabash ings of the company now Includo nue. Msgr. Rlordan is a brother of forty-si- x .miles of pipe lines, two the late Archbishop iRlordan, of San tfrewf m4 AbmrM! Niltt SetotfficaHy TmM miles of oil lines. The Francisco, and despite his fifty and officers of the company are men of years In the priesthood is still an Dr. Uriah Z. Lltsiy assured huslnes3 standing and In- active Worker In the great metropoGhiropadiat tegrity. The President is J. A. lis of tho West. Archbishop Edward 807 Woolfolk. or this city, an experi- J. Hanna preached the sermon and enced oil man and Secretary and Archbishop Mundeleln presided at BjMiJ!laBaaaTaTaTaTaTJBP Starka KaiMla Wa telegraph Flowars Ererywhara Treasurer of the the services. BaaaaaBaBTBlWpi Lumber CotripanyJ Vice President Bath Fba?; LAWN FETE. Hon. Junius C. Klein, Louisville, CLEVELAND MOTORCYCLE A lawn fete will be given on the able corporation lawyer, and TreasAuto Owners: We Are Motor Docn Company: grounds of the Church of Our lady urer of the A. J. Early, next Tuesday and Wednesday, the tors, Skilled Experts To Serve You. of the McHenry and Render nroceeds to be civen to the school We Never Sleep. Open 24 Hours. For messengers, collectors, business Full Lino of Tires, Tubes and Ac- men, Coal Companies; Secretary William fund. The fete will take place on clerks, mechanics and RuSd cessories. Tlrea, and Tubes Vulcan- and farmers; workmen, weekly payH. Boose, Louisville, who has oper- the grounds, Thirty-fift- h cash or ized. Storage Batteries Charged and every Kentucky avenue, and the Committee of ated successfully in ments. have planned to serv Repaired. PORTLAND AUTO AND field and is President of the Unidn sole refreshments of all Mads, with GENERAL REPAIR CO., Keller and Oil and Royalties Company, and R. L. DAVIS, Ag nt, owner aad geaoral maaager of the imaBr special entertainment features Blechaer, Proprs, 877 N. SGth St. Company. j for young and old. Phone Shawnee 42. S. W. Corner Seventh Kentucky Oil Brokerage Broadway WARM AIR FURNACES KL4it IMJ ONLY Sl.OO GL B. HBA.RTIOK- C. B. Southeriand RESULTS COUNT II National and Supply Company METRO OIL CO best-prov-en job-hunte- I job-hunt- er Ont-of-To- no-jo- ce - fifty-fiv- n METRO OIL C 0. 1 vl i ; OJLyE3VI&SI JJSTI 2ris xsEies J eeeeeeeet8afraet8a' AUTO WELDING REPAIR OD "SEE US." one-hal- f, Liberty Electric and Repair Company Unter-pris- cs Cpr-poratl- w 511-51- Inter-Southe- rn ETXEKIDOE Vice-Preside- 701-70- 0. EPPING'S 3t CORNS,BUNIONS one-ha- lf Mllton-Churchl- ll Glbbs-Inma- Treasurer-VIce-Presl-de- nt ad HERMAN STRAUS SONS ( 1lv9lt XUBISTO: NEW LODISYILLE JOCKY CLUB W. IS rsTTTTO Kr A Magx J-BACONasoM Si We (Jive and Redeem Qold Trading Stamps. i! SPRING CONFIRMATION SUITS FOR BOYS 1 NORFOLK SUITS OF BLUE SERGE PRICED AT tec MEETING OJL.ASS We dive and Redeem Surety Coupons. Nineteen Days' Racing, Beginning Derby Day, Saturday, May 10, and Ending With the Kentucky daks on Saturday, May 31. Kentucky Handicap Saturday, May 24 FIRST RACE RUN AT 2:30 P. M. Handsome Furniture In a Variety That Appeal to the June Bride. fashionable, pieces that' continue in vary, every dependable of Styles SEVEN HIGH RACES EACH DAY. i$10.UU - $1Z.UU i ; I White Shirts and Blouses We offer to the young home builders substantial furniture at a moderate price will give years and years of service and will good taste. While the prices must naturally piece of our furniture is of a thoroughly quality. J . full-size- t To Go With Confirmation Suits, I i 75c 90c $1.00 i j J NEW LINES OF WHITE GOODS AND LACES FOR GIRLS' WEAR. l Inter-Southe- rn every particular. The first payment on our Household Club Plan Is $15.50, with the remaining payments at fl3.0,0 a month. Special price $105.00 OTHER BEDROOM SUITES Three and e suites are snown in tne wiuiam and Mary, Louis XVI., Heppelwhlte, and Colonial designs, In brown mahogany, regu- lar mahogany, American walnut, Circassian walnut, old Ivory and golden oak. All of the patterns and finishes are in styles that will endure. Prices iji5.00 to $J50.00. four-piecFour-Poster BEDROOM SUITE A three-piec- e suite In Amoricjtn walnut, faah- ioned after tho Quoeri Anne period designs; the pieces con3ist- d ing of a bed, drosser with a large bevel plate mlr- ror and a chiffonier with a wood back. It is high-grad- e in i i Life Insurance Co. JAMES R. DUFFIN, President. I DUMN'G THIS SALK, FJM3I5 INITIATION . TO OUK HOUSEHpLD CLUB PLAN BACON'S THIRD FLOOR. I I LOUISVILLE, KY. medium-sheWhy not take nn agency for a conservatively managed, and whose treatment of agent clean, progressive company, and whoso standing and courtesies with all of the policyholders very American Life Insurance Companies give It a position of the d, t GERMAN1 NATIONAL ASSEMBLY highest rank? CAPITAL, RESERVE AND SURPLUS FOR PROTEC TION OF POLICYHOLDERS MORE THAN $4,500,000 Deposit with the State of Kentucky under the Compulsory Deposit Law more than $4,600,000. Exces3 deposit over all requirements $1,000,000, or 20 per cent, more than the law requires. so good, clean agency contracts with renewal commissions, For an indepen'tnat you may build up a business of your own and haveCompany. dent permanent income, address the Home Office of the INTER-SOUTHER- N This is tho first actual photograph to arrive in this country showing ihe first National Assembly of Germany In session at Weimar The photo gives & general view of tho assembly, showing the men and women delegates representing varlo us States of the German Empire. Curiously enough, hats aie not doffed ' by the men. KNIGHTS OF I10IIIJIMIS Late News That Will Interest Members Here 'and Else where. councils with '' a membership of 8,000. ' Another fine class has been received into the council at Baker, Ore. The Knights of Salem, Ore., werjp prominent in the Memorial day exercises In that city. Supreme Secretary McGinley witnessed the initiation, of a class- - of! forty-foat Mt. Angel. thirty-tw- o ur ing a mission at Princeton, while Rev. Alphonsus Kruipp gave a retreat for the pupils of St, Joseph's Academy, in Davies county. Another of the fathers gave a solemn and instructive trctreat for the students at the Saered Heart Academy In Crescent Hill the services giving them a spiritual preparation ifor the summer Vacation.- - HIBERNIANS. hat They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral News Notes. e MEN TRY US $1.25 TWO-PIEC- E SUITS SUJTS THREE-PIEC- E $1.50 INCORPORATED WE AKB RESPONSIBLE. HEST SERVICE IN THE CITY. LIFE INSURANCE CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. Iowa has Puis Cleaning' and Dyeing Co. 421 W. Chestnut St. KECKXT DEATHS. Pat Bul-khas been elected chief Both Phones 2635. of the ball team rooters club. Shoes For The Kiddies For First Communion and Confirmation linch year wo carefully plan our stock to meet clilldren's requlie-incut- s for these events. This year j on will find scores of rightly designed shoes which. excel in quality of material and sboeniaking. lasting The values aro wear and freedom from foot torture. two-fol- d Funeral servces for Mrs. Martha were Qulnlfn. aged seventy-threheld Sunday afternoon at St. Cecilia's church. She was the widow of Edward QUinlan and resided at One son, 2511 West Main street. Edward Qulnlan, and three daughters survive her. e, dom df Iieland were passed by the Missouri State convention. Butte, Mont., now Jboasts the secdegree clas3 ond largest Fourth ever received Into the order. Ground was broken Monday for the erection of a new Jiome on Arsenal street, Watertown, N. Y. Evansvllle Council Is busy conferring the degrees on the 500 mem- Resolutions asking for the free- death St. Ann's parish is mourning the r husband of (Mary Bertha Nelson. He year, and the was In his twenty-fift- h family residence was at Seventh and Oakland Court. The funeral took place Tuesday morning, Rev. Father Hill celebrating the requiem masa. Mra. Mary B, Davis, fifty-fiv- e years old, wife of H. J. Davis, 2002 members, Ernest of its esteemed Nelson, beloved White Kid CnnVAH Buckskin High and Low Models Priced $3 to $6 41T- -l "wrthavkjwE'V HARVEY-JELLIC- O (INCORPORATED) COAL CO. QXJAIVI'r'Y - - DISTRIBUTORS OF THE SERVICE Burnett avenue, died Wednesday night in Sts. May and Elizabeth Hospital. "She Is survived by four daughters, Misses 'Mabel, Ethel, Rosella Davis, and two sons, Leo and Arthur Davis. Funeral success. The Mlssouii State conentlon, servicea will be held In St. George's held at Poplar Bluff, was opened church at !) o'clock this Saturday with a field mass, celebrated 'by morning. Bishop Hennessy. Death has called another of the With the last initiation of a class of St. Patrick's of 124 New Orleans Council has older members Catherine .McGoff, over 400 members In the big church, of Mrs. late Patrick McGoff added widow the dilve now In of MrsvW. P. Clair. For Fitzgerald Council, of Lincoln and mother she had lesided In the many years Neb , has just Initiated a campaign West End, her home being at 50G class. Rev. Father Moran is Grand North Nineteenth street, and was Knight of this council. highly respected by her many acA degree team from Utlca did its quaintances. Tho funeral was held first work at Oswego, N. Y., when from St; Patrick's church. it exemplified the third degree for a class of 194 candidates. Tuesday morning the funeral of Last Sunday, preceding the State Louis Seibert, nineteen years old, convention, fifty candidates received was held fiom St. Anthony's church. the degrees at Portland, Ore. Su- He was the son of 'Mr. and 'Mrs. preme Secretary McGinley was pies-e- Henry Seibert, 21 2 Cedar street, and delivered an address. and leaves two sisters, Misses Leona two Jeffersonville will confer the de- and Gertrude Seibert. and Seigrees tomorrow on a class of at brothers, Homy, Jr., and John least 100. The order in that city Is bert. He was a young man of much lecelving effectU'e support from the promise and a wide circle of relaRev. Michael Halpin, pastor of St. tives and acquaintances mourn his death. Augustine's church. bers added during Its recent campaign. The million, membership cam paign is making splendid progress everywhere and seems assured of Lo-rettnt a, The Hibernian Social Club made yV-a neat little sum on the plctuie show 5f entertainment. County Vice President Matt $ O'BiIen announces the arrival of a little Hibernian at his home, Dan McCarthy delivered an Instructive talk on the Irish question of today at Division 4's meeting. The sessions of the national con vention will he held in the Civic Woolens, Silks, Georgette, Crepe de Auditorium, and will begin July 15. It is expected the coming conclave ) JBfc SOAPWOgKS Chine and All Dainty Materials. of the Gaels will piove the most WJh uuicvuc Significant In the history of, YOUR GROCER HAS IT. in America. The giving of weekly prizes for MAGIC-KELLE- R Individual honors to the members i! of tile ball club 'has spurred the INCORPORATED boys on to victory. t Division 4 imet Monday evening and Chairman Pat Keegan wa3 again glad to report that there was no one on the sick list. The Seattle Hibernian baseball team waa the first to score a victory over the Ballard team, who are For Your Savings Uf S. Government Protection. looked upon as some players. More than 35,000 Bank Accounts, representing 100,000 people with a total The Ladies' Auxiliary of South of more than is the monument of confidence built by the Omaha were entertained last week deposjt of Louisville at$10,000,000, conservative this safe, bank. at the home of Mrs. D. J. Farrell, people where they held a pleasant meet- UNDER THE BIG CLOCK ?' WASHING MB KME FOR Hiber-nlanis- m BY SOAP WORKS tAAAAAAAAAAAA LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK G High Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coal S6.50 PER TON, Place your next order with us. Terms cash. OUR LUMBER IS GOOD LUMBER S If You Want the Best We Have It. FRED O. JONES INCORPORATED O O. BROOK AND A STS. Where the QuicK Meal Comes In Where tie brightest ; Where the work Is lightest; Is Where the meal eeoked beet; sUdfl Where the home Is fi&ii Sold. -- the test the That's where eowee 'QIck Menl" Ir. QSk Meal Gm Km rBe Where work la quickly done; Where cooking seems real fan; Where baking gives de light; Where drudge Is out of sight where the TJwtV NMiC IB. M4MU" I4llel mni Highly KaeMuaM!J GEHER & SON, w. Mfn 5T years old, succumbed Monday after Tho T.nniKvlllA ball club. after noon to pneumonia av ner uumc, lrppt. She flnichinp Dip nrpRflnt fiirlp.a at In ifloi ctttti !ovfinAPTifh had been ill only' ten days, but died dianapolis, will make an entire uui. Bwing of the circuit, not returning fortified 'Dy tne rues oi ner I,,li,,r liir nro lior hllfthllTHl. RU- .... home until June 24, and many of ouinvtub in. m.w parents and seversanguine dolph Block, her the fans would feel more lRprS. The fUnOVal nTlH of the result of that tour It tho al Unthnni Wednesday morning with was filled before took place hole at short-toihs nlnh imaa mnnh farther. The requiem hlgn mass at oi. veiei b pitching staff is strongs with Davis, church. Long, Anderson and Tincup; the I Funeral fiervlces for Mrs. Mary catching staff is as good as any In VTP fl ml tile Fox, an aged and reapected resident l.1V 4Vn Aecnnlatlnn pneubest outfield dn the Association. of the West End, who died of Dunand uetzei xne monia at 'her residence, 2233 Outside of Hendricks were Jiold yesterday club has not been hitting up to Its can street, St. Anthony's church, It is plain to morning at proper strength, but fhn rOiaervAr Hint this deDarbment where for many years sno nau ueu is surwill remedy itself, Acosta, Bescher, a devout communicant. She R. Klrke and McCarthy being sure to vived by four sons, Col. John ininmtrs ivwt hlr m riun t nveraces. Fox, Fred, Victor and Isadore Fox; Three-fifth- s of the games lost can three daughters, Mrs. Andy iBrotzge, Doube charged to the weakness at short Mrs. Frank Ernwine and Mrs.grandglas Greenwcll; twenty-eigstop, and with even an ordinary at that position the club children and two great grandchin.niii.4 i.i ti. twon in first or second ldren. position. Here's hoping "Cap" Neal Many friends and relatives were will dig ua up one Deiore many deeply grieved when they learned of moons. .the death on Saturday morning of Mrs. Louise M. Dressen, beloved SACKED JflRAltT KETIU3AT. wife of Louis Dressen,.at her home, finmlnv jiftnrnnnn there was a 1303 Bardstown road. 'Mrs. Dresyears old and was e large gathering of people from all sen was tvnto nf 4hn div nt ih Sacred Heart a nnmiiTi sir mnnv virtues and hap rQfro1 it orltHPRtr HlA fiolftlllll MV py disposition. Besides her husband tnrougn me Beauumi she Is survived by two sisters,' Mrs. procesMOR monastery xrouaus on me nwaurg Frances Barfteld and Miss Sophia Pulaford. The funeral took place rod; coaclttdiHK wlUl beawMetian Moaday afteraeea from St. Brlgld e cosduet-I- b . church, Hey. Father Jaasea beee a busy week er the the 'eleH obsequies. fathers, Key, xvier sauaa wmv- p ht LONG ROAD TIUl HC. A..Mn Tllinlr fWATltV-RftVP- n candidate along. The Ladies' Auxiliary initiation at South Omaha last week added INCORPORATED strength to the division. After the coremonies the members enjoyed a City OgC Otr Guthrie St. dainty luncheon. apcatl JJWfi. Main Old Miss Ada K. Gannon, National XAME. PER TON. WHERE FROM, Chairman of Irish History of the Auxiliary, has .been deliverLadies' April ana may uenvery unly. ing a course of lectures in the K. of "laylor" $5.60 Western Ky. C. hall in Indianapolis. "Jellico' 6.50 The order here locally should Wilton Mines send County President John H. "Harlan" 6.50 Black Beauty Hennessy to the national convention at San Francisco In recognition of long and honorable service. DOMESTIC San Francisco Hibernians are STEAM making preparations to entertain 2,000 delegates who will assemble MS. J. GRABY. Sales Aient MS. J. McTIGHE, Sales Aftnt In July for the national convention R. A. WATSON, Marnier of the A. O. H. and its Ladles' Aux iliary, Rev. J. E. O'Brien, of Everett, State President, and Mrs. M. THX PHIL. HOLL1NBACH 00 HOLLENBACn'S WDiH HOUSB State President of the Ladles' Auxiliary, were the guests of DivisKarl A. Hollenbaeh, Prop. iNcoRPOiu.TJsD ion 1 of Seattle at its last meeting. Delegations were present from Importer and Dealer In Dlitilltn Of and Everett. ing. Diviaion 5 of Seattle had an open meeting and "roll call" 'last week. Besides being piesent each member was expected to bring a prospective MARKET AT SECOND BYRNE & SPEED COAL CO. f J I COAL WINES Do-hert- y, Ta-co- I I fifty-fiv- have been chesty all this week. "Bob" Delehanty's Waclcin Council club etaged a comeback hy taking the Knights of Columbus Jnto camp by a score of 9 to 2, and the X. Alumni surprised the dopstera by beating the strong Shawnee ciud m an 8 to 2 contest. Manager Ben Bossmeyer, of the K. of C. team, is already declaring that his boys will knock off the leaders, and a sure- eaioueh crowd of rooters will be game around the K. of tomorrow. Mnckln will meet the Shawnee' and the X. Alumni will play the California- club. Tho stand ing to date: - rORTUNA "HOIiliXNBAOH" The Hibernian ball team went to IM W. Mala Si. the front in the Twin City League last Sunday by defeating the California club by a score of 12 to 3, and Manager Murphy and his boys OXB TWIN CITY LEAGUE. SOUR MAS! PURE RTB AND LIQUORS LemiTUI. Kj 144 South Third Home Phone 1191 Street BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky1 wmmmmm mm X . Won Knights of Columbus.. Mackin Council Xavier Alumni. ...... Sfeawaee Athletic Club, Californiaus Lost o 1 Pet Hibernians 2 2 3 1. 000 ,667 667 .000 .000 a o t 1 Jk Faatat 0 3 3