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Ohms 432 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 2. HfH loaUvHta Uvery Driver an Bwort. Csrrlife & Talcaa C. Incorporated VOLUME it h XLHI.-N- O. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1919. population, has played? a distinguished part in these patriotic efforts, both at homo and in foreign fields, and I wish to express my admiration for their loyalty and enthusiasm. I shall he pardoncd..if I declare my particular interest in the old regiment, which signals In a special way the grateful devotion of men of Irish birth or blood iothe cause of our republic, a regiment which celebiates the Tecurrlng fostal day of the apostle of our race by marching to Holy 3IaS3 at, "St Patrick's Cathedral. I know withSvhat eagerness its members responded to the call to arms, and with what courage they bore tho brunt. of baitlo on many fronts. Fof th'em this war was doubly sacred Blnce it was 'for our own glorious republic and also for tho protection of .the weaker and oppressed peoples. . Tho Irish sword, which ha3 been drawn tho world over for the cause of liberty, has once more borne a noble part In tho defense of the weak. Many lands you have helped to liberate, though not yet, alas! the one in whtch, aftertAmerlca, you, as I myself, are most deeply interested. But the end, I hope and believe, is not yet. Our President has laid down the principle of for all peoplesjt'jboth houses of Congress, following the fine American tradition of supporting tho oppressed, 'have declared by overwhelming ruajoritlesUhelr sympathy with the aspirations of the Irish PRICE FIVE CENTS. PRIMARY Drawing Near nnd Candidates For Stiito Offices Making Horning Campaigns. I ' "T3nrnif iff -- rT""' REFORM Boiud of Woiks Borrows Money For Street Cleaning Purposes. Governor Black's Known Mountain Strength Appealing to Demo cratic Voters. Republican Machlno Tries to Bluff. Colored Man Out of Legislative Contest. r Petty nnd Koso a Dandy Combination For Handing Out Camouflage. Ooloied Ctimlnal Plays Mean Trick on Two of tho, Keystone Police v- -' searcy having ras trouble. With the primary election only three weeks off the candidates for the different State offices have begun- to bestir themselves and there is much jockeying for positions and combinations. Somo of the papers and one or two of the candidates on the Democratic side have begun to select their own Uttlo slate, but for eome unknown reason all of this class are loud in their objection to Col. Eli Brown having the same privilege. Hardly a day passes but somo candidate denies that the Colonel is for him, saying he Isn't on the Brown list of entries and it is a difficult matter to name Col. However a safe Ell's selections. guess would be that he is supporting Judge Carrol for Governor, for Attorney Frank Daugherty General, John B. Goodman for Clerk of the Court of Appeals and Prof. L. E. Foster for Superintendent of Judge Carroll Public Instruction. 'fessed up this week that Col. Ell Is supporting his candidacy, but put his foot in it when he said that tho Louisville weekly papers inserted his advertisement for Governor without any authorization and the obliging Col. EH Brown paid for them out of his own pocket without any permission from him. No wonder all of the candidates are denying they are on the Colonel's slate. He's liable to pay some bills of theirs without permission. The friends of Gov. Black are becoming more sanguine over the result every day and they say that there is one convincing argument that appeals to every Democrat and that is the reference to the strength of the Governor in the mountains. They say, and It sounds plausible, that Judge Carroll, if nominated would receive practically no votes In tho Tenth and Eleventh districts, while on the other hand Gov. Black would give Morrow the race of his life in tho mountains and as Democrats know every vote taken away from the Itcpublicans in tho mountain districts will bo equal to pulling of their eye teeth. As stated above, this slogan is widespread and It has helped Gov. Black considerably. The third candidate for the nomination, Col. P. J. Noel, says he Is going to make them sit up and take notice before August 2, and hints that he will surprise his opponents before that date. The Colonel is appealing to the soldier and labor vote in addition to the business men's vote, and says tho only vote he is not soliciting is the machine politicians. The Colonel Is forming an organization throughout the State and this past week established headquarters at the Wlllard Hotel for this district. There are many surprising results in politics and Col. Noel's friends claim he will furnish one of these in the primary. The situation In the Republican party Is becoming more acute every day and tho effort of the machine to squelch the colored brother as a candidate coupled with "Howdy Ed" Morrow has gone for naught. This past week the Republican machine filed a list of Us candidates and gave a copy of the same to tha dally press, the names of Warley, the colored candidate for the Legislature, and W. T. Merchant, the colored candidate for Alderman, being carefully omitted. However, Warley and Merchant did not demachine to pend on the Searcy-Ho- rt file their entrance papers and cut In on their own hook. Then the machine tried a little bluff, giving out the statement to the dally press that the election officers would be confined to supporters of Warley's white opponents and that tho Democrats would not have one officer out of tho four In the Tenth Ward because the Democratic candidate had no opposition in the primary. The Bingham press and the Herald of course emphasized this, although knowing that it was untrue on tho face of it. The election laws call for two of each dominant party in every precinct, and regardless of the legislative district situation the candidates for State offices in the primary on the Democratic end will be represented by two Democratic officers and one Inspector and one challenger. What a lovely situation It would be for the Republican machine if their suggestion was adopted. The machine could Tun over Warley to Its heart's content and then on the sjde jugglo with the vote of the entire Democratic State and local tickets. The poor old Republican machine Is cure in the middle of a bad fix. Seventy per cent, of the vote in the Tenth ward is colored and Warley and his friends are organized like they never were before. The machine is growing more and more desperate and relies on Rethe cry of Morrow and the getpublicans out in the State on ting the negro candidate out of the way by saying that he will be slaughtered at the polls. The colored voters say that if this done they Hert-Searcy wEkiHBBB8&E8BzilBiE(nEU&s.EBBBfe iP4f & sgjJk H&HkbfckHLLLVLF$s&LBiB wSBBSb ywwrSHWWLLr itt xjk VLLHLLBHkVkLLiF STORY OF A s WISE SLEUTH. 'tr; f mSIhEIs J? & L&w BBBBaaflaK ikft Another boost for "reform" was given at the meeting of the local General Council Tuesday evening, and strange to say tho Bingham press and the poor old Herald didn't give prominence to the Item.' The Board of Works went on record as being bankrupt as far as tho street cleaning fund was concerned and had an ordinance passed borrowing $20,000 from tho expense fund to devote to the street cleaning department. And the poor old near Mayor wasn't even In town to give, out one of his famous toreador essays explaining, or trying to explain, why his economy and Toform administration boys ware "busted." Here for the past six weeks wo have had an unprecedented fall of rain, and one would naturally think this assistance of Jupiter Pluvlus would relieve the situation, but no, the "reform" boys are broke and need the coin. Many of ,1 yttWWiMilfc&.wiBWCl - '" ' " -- II & IF v Mil) T ' ilUfttg"? . -- BRAZIL'S PRESIDENT HERE WITH HIS FAMILY. P' t ofNBrazll, Epltaclo Possoa, with his wife and daughter people. The voice of menllke yourselves, photographed on the deck of the S. S. Imperator which brought family and suite to tho United States. Senor Possoa was welcomed by a salute of hundreds of, thousands, nay, of of 21 guns from the American and Brazilian battleships In the Hudson millions of men of the Irish race who have so amply manifested their river. thorough devotion fo our republic by taking up arms without any conare on record of giving Morrow sideration except 'jthe interests of and the party ''knife for knife" in this country, will beheard (with November, and this threat is backed by our fellQW-ttIzeof every up by Warley's big following of racial origin and'tfiiunlted voice preachers, teachers and colored oi America win DQ.nsara across tne leaders of the race, who say that seas as It utters theftlemahd that the theyViave grown tired or furnishing land of our father2j8hould not rethe votes to put the "lily whites" in Archbishop Hayes Expresses Himself main the only country-iEurope to power and from now on the party be oxcltded from Ukrjright of Most Deeply Interested in must sharo the honors. Poor old It lisa.Mappy chance Ches Searcy, the Republican State Ireland. that this first requK which I havo Campaign Chairman, is fighting with received since I became Archbishop his back to the wall, and the old to speak on theIrish question line Republicans who have been cast should come from,aaT"organizatIon aside since Hert took charge of the Letter to Father Duffy, Chaplain of In which I have aymr been so deep party are chuckling all over themupa. one whose ly interested, tho Fighting Sixty-Nint- h selves at Searcy and Hert's troubles. thorough loyalty tgour-countr- y has The other State races are livening been proven by its )B8tlntd bravery Regiment. up and some surprises are in store and for the political dopestors. W. H. It was my prlvi j'to hleee the Shanks, for Lieutenant Governor, regiment as it sto in arms, on the coming like a whirlwind, has been armory floor a rtftotore it seems to have won the support Irish Sworq nas Borne a Noble Part passed through th and rfaw an its adof both the Carroll and Black in Defense of the way to tbo field (raaiw. from sayherents, leaders in both camps brave lads which many or t, Weak. ing he is the logical man to strengwere never more trfi. That Mat then tho Democratic ticket. day as I watched jwarh forth,' Cohen has made every post a wineo young, so galjawfcjgi i jeyun. i ning one, as the; form sheet would could scarce repMiriii$ say, and has clinched the nomina- POTENT IN HELPING FREEDOM." the main thoueMAijHi T . -n "s: . ,v .'.i.?j-tion tor Secretary of State. Hero in - imn. tJiexeenoop'tneTAlWflt,'5arsrifcTrs ' Louisville Mr. Cohen's strength can solo lament as his life blood flowed, be attributed to Capt. Mike that It was not shed for Ireland. 1 Archbishop Patrick J. Hayes had saw In vision the never-endin- g who is popular with all probeen invited to speak on the Irish cession of "gallant Irish classes of Democrats and In his lads who years of police service obtained question at a meeting of tho New went forth to fight on every field in long a wide" following of friends who York Chapter of the Rainbow Divi- Europe and for the benefit of every at tho Sixty-nint- h havo adopted the slogan: " A vote sion Veterans land save the one for which they for Cohen Is a vote for Capt. Mike," Armory Monday evening, June 30. would gladly have died. But I yet and our next Secretary of State is The annual retreat for tho clergy trust that in your case those of you to be congratulated on his aide in made the appearance of the prelate who fought and those of you who this district. Attorney Will McNally Impossible. As his letter of -- regret died, fougnt and died for the good has taken up the guage of battle for dealt with the question he had been of Ireland. The generous republic Ryland C. Muslck, candidate for At- Invited to discuss, it was made under whoie flag that bood was shed torney General, and Is busy forming public by Father Duffy, chaplain of Is not forgetful or ungrateful and its Regiment, to whom Influence will be potent In helping a local organization for the Jack- the Sixty-nint- h It had been adressed: son county man. to bring peace and freedom to that My Dear Father Duffy: sons It owes Island to regret that my attendance at the so much whose heroic war and to I WELCOME VISITORS. In peace and clergy (will no other bpdy of Its citizens does annual retreat for the Capt. Michael Qulnn, of Brook- prevent my accepting the invitation the republic owe a greater debt than lyn, returning from the meeting of extended through youof to address the to the members, present and past, Chapter the Rainbow of the gallant Sixty-nint- h New York. the Executive Council of the Catho- New York Division Veterans at the Sixty-nint- h I wish to take this occasion to Knights of America at St. Louis, Regiment Armory on Monday even- express lic to you personally, my dear stopped over here for a week-en- d ing, but I shall be happy to be Father Duffy, both as your Archvisit as the guest of Supreme Dele- present at some later date which I bishop and as your Chaplain Bishop, gate Eugene Mc'Carthy and Col. shall arrange fwlth you. The re- my abiding of and Joseph P. McGinn. Capt. Qulnn is sponse to the call of duty and the appreciation sense your gratitude hard, long, for a Supreme Trustee of the Catholic gallant achievements in battle of the heroic and devoted priestly services Knights, and says the order has ad- Twenty-sevent- h Division, the Seventy-sevboys of own to tho wonderful soldier your vanced and now stands stronger enth 'Division, to offer During his short historic regiment, and other units your regiment I want also Welfare" than eVer before. you, visit he met many friends and at- from this city and State have been Funds as custodian of the the enof jour regiment, picnic. tended the orphan a source of patriotic pride to me closed small offering for the benefit during the past two years. of your wounded sodlers and the ST. ANN'S LAWN FETE. As Chaplain Bishop I know by my families of those who died for their own personal observations, by my country. Praying a blessing on your The congregation of St. Ann's relations with our hierarchy, by regimental colors and on the brave church invite all to attend the two countless reports from our chaplains officers and men who so gallantly days' lawn fete to be given on the at home and abroad, how generous defended them and "With a special church grounds, Seventh and Davles and unanimous was the response of prayer for tho deathless dead, Yours avenue, next Tuesday and Wednes- our Catholic people to the call of faithfully in" Christ, .. day afternoons and evenings. Enter- our President and Congress to take PATRICK J. HAYES, tainment for young and old will be up arms or to make other sacrifices Archbishop of New York. city of furnished. Sixth street cars pass to win this war. Our own Enclosed with the Archbishop's New York, with its large Catholic the lawn fete grounds. was a check for ?500. President-elec- WHERE HE HECEIVED PEACE TERMS. showing Dr. Karl Renner, head of tho Austrian Peace Mission, Photo leaving the palace at St. Germain after receiving peace terms from the Allied delegation. END NOT YET DOUGHBOY Soldier Editor's Opinion Concerning Efficacy of War Relief Work; as-Be- nt ns Talo of Gratitude Good For All American Citizens to Read. . 1 e.' Unique' Document Will Bo Trcas-.iSaESHreit 9W aT lHtheiK. of Achieves. ; O. t 3 WHAT .XVUOVP- THE A. E. F. THINKS. 4M r m ,IJ iihiii fT Doughboys wrii"usually express their Last Sunday evening Right Rer. O'Donaghue visited Sacred Heart Church and administered the sacrament of confirmation to the first communion classes of this and last year, both of which wero large in numbers. At this church the masses during July and August on Sundays and holydays will be at 6:30 and 9:30 discipline. o'clock in the morning, hours that We all certainly miss Davy ose, will give great satisfaction during who for some unknown reason left the heated season. the Board of Works. Davy could al ways be counted on to hand out a nice entertaining line of camouflage letter tor his board, and It amused many even if it didn't fool anybody. The PEACE DELEGATES HOME. promise of a civic center with beautiful plazas, esplanades and Edward F. Dunne and Frank P. gondolas floating through Center Walsh and their secretary, Patrick street used to make a hit with delegates sent Lee. everyone. Of course nothing over to petition the peace conference to came of it, the only thing out of provide freedom for Ireland, arrived the ordinary that floated through Center street under tho "reform" adTuesday on tho French liner Savoy, ministration being the several graftfrom Havre. "The press of Europe ing carnivals, but at that you will artth AnmanAa fnr Trlsh free have to concede that Davy's flowery dom," declared Mr. Walsh, speaking stories went good with the public. also ror Mr. uunne. -- xNODoay, wiw What a team Dave Rose and Col. single exception of England, is the Petty would make! The Shelbyvllle offering Iroland a dominion govern Chief has an unending line of a iree ment, rno sentiment is ior camouflage for the public, and you tVjlonil whloh means more than a will have to admire his nerve In pnvflmment can offer. Un rtnmTiinTi trying to bamboozle the public into less Ireland gets freedom within the believing that these Keystoners next few weeks, this reeling anu parading around our thoroughfares support will be extended." In their moss covered uniforms are "HnnilrArtn nf heartv sUDDOrterfl real police. The Chief used to fool of the Irish freedom movement were some of the old police for awhile on the French pier to meet tne re when they were getting it in the turning delegates. Tne stars ami neck. The Colonel on hearing that strlDes and the flags of tho Irish re one of our Teal police was slated, public wero, waved as the crowd for the discard would sob a little delegates ana tne causo cheered tha on the victim's neck and tell him represented. The delegates they how sorry he was to see him go, to the headquarters of. were driven but ho wont Just the same. at the Waldorf the Irish republic, Tho colored brother kept in the where I'resauem Astoria Hotel, limelight this week, by pulling off Eamonn De Valera awaited them. the usual amount of holdups, assaults and promiscuous shootings. afe t LLs kJflB?' B v BL VISITATION HOD3 EUCHRE. But the unkindest cut of all and exposes the Ingratitude of the colored jWWBfj-j' A euchre and lotto will be given '"' "' r "i" "' HuUIJIjii.l'! " Y"7Tii' Republicans Is the act of the colored next Thursat Fontaine Ferry Park burglar on last Sunday night. Two RECEPTION TENDERED AT PLYMOUTH, ENGLAND. day afternoon and evening for the of tho Keystoners responded to a This photo is the first exclusive picture of N. C. 4 recoptlon in Eng- burglar alarm and surrounded the honpfit of the Violation Home. 615 n-nnrjT.TNriTiTKJ TunnTTffT a nAroon TunAriTn ' for Wet Walnut street. Games will be land. It shows Commander Read and the crew being driven through house. After playing The procession of Germans on their way to the Reichstag to hear called at 3:30 and 8:15 o'clook and the crowded streets of Plymouth to their hotel. They were cheered , , i'UiA!l!l! all along the route. Herr Scheidemann'a explanation of the Treaty of Peace. (Continued on Fifth Page.) 'handsome prizes will be awarded. Bishop In-t- opinions favorable or otherwise of anything in brisk, snappy phrases. Here's an unusual opinion by a soldier. Ho wrote It as an editorial In Qu'est-c- s Que C'est, the newspaper published weekly by the American students at the University of Toulouse, France. It is a unique document and will be treasured In K. of C. archives as testimonial for It's good for any and excellence. every American citizen to read this plain tale of doughboy gratitude: It was in the training camp on the plains of the great West that we first came Into Intimate contact with them the Knights of Columbus. They had a "hut" where a man could go for a few moments each day and lead In quiet and peace, away from the 40,000 other men in the cantonment. At a small unknown port on the Atlantic seaboard they bade us "bon voyage" with hot coffee and cakes and cigarettes when wo started over In a year Next which now seems ages ago. we saw their familiar sign in a rest camp in England, and when we landed in Franco thoy were at the dock with more "smokes" and the little things which we learned to value so hlgly in an existence which had returned to the primitive. It was in the Argonne drive that some one dubbed them "Casey" those chaps who wore the "K. of C." brassard and because they were generally around when one was The call was taken up 'by all ranks, "Keep Coming "smoke-hungry". Casey." And if we remember rightly, and wo do, they did keep coming. When a chap was "broke" or maybe had a pay voucher In his pocket wh!6h wasn' a bank within fifty kilometers it was the men of the "K. of C." who furnished tho little things which we know to be the big things, when one Is out of touch with civilization. One could generally find a K. of C. hut somewhere near the front, and if not why generally some one wearing their insignia found us. We well remember those long winter days when we were stuck in a demolished French village on the other side of the Argonne, when it seemed that spring would never come and the drizzle would never cease. Thre wasn't even a Bible to read some unregenerate scamp months before had used the tissue pages of our volume for cigarette paper. But came a day when a K. of C. man discovered we were thero seemingly "the world forgetting, by the world forgot." And once each week after that he drove thirty-fiv-e kilometers out of his way to drop the papers and other things. (You know what wo mean by the other things." Ex pectsl pacicageiOu-taenisiyour pocket now.) Got so we could hear the coughing of his Ford at least three villages away. And sometimes an escort of honor waded five or six kilometers through tho mud to welcome him. "Gen. Pershing has complimented them highly We are glad of th,at. We rather think they deserve a few words. We like those chaps of the K. of C. They have 'done much to make us feel at home everywhere we have been. over here. And they have never crowded religion down our throats though religious consolation was theirs for the asking. But they have handed out big of friendship and after all, that is what counts. There's a line In the Bible which we like to apply to an organization when we tiy to judge of the good it is doing, "By their works ye shall know them." AVe know the Knights of Columbus. And we who write these lines are not Catholic either but Protestant by faith, and "shouting" Methodist at that. - you-jaaj- 'e bioken-backed the taxpayers would like to know how much money has been squandered on the vacuum cleaners, which were put out of commission time and time again for trying to pick up lighted cigarette butts, or what It cost in salaries for the small army of men who had to serve as valets to the joke street cleaner3. You'll have to hand It to the board and Streot Cleaning Department for They have though. consistency, stuck to their last and have never attempted to clean any alleys, probably thinking that a street cleaning department must confine ltelt to cleaning streets. Anyway the alleys haven't been cleaned. If you want a real chuckle loQk over the files of tho Louisville Herald and read the flowery notices Just flst-fu- ls SACRED HEART OnURCH. in one or tnese numbers the "reform" administration organ says the economy board had Jobs, saving abolished seventy-seve- n the taxpayers, ?73,328; garage rent saved $3,600 a year, making a total The saving annually of $76,928. Herald by all means should now explain to Its readers why the economy board, which is saving the taxpayers $76,928 a year, has to, borrow $20,000 for street cleaning two months before the annual appropriation Is made. Then tho near Mayor comes along and wants the same suffering taxpayers to vote ho and his appointees a sewer bond fund of $2,000,000 at the coming election. Nothing doing, Smithy, old boy. The citizens that were stung into voting with its for your administration bunk motto of economy and reform are not going to fall for the sewer bond splurge. The rumor is that President Wood, of the Board of Aldermen, was dropped this time to serve on the Sewer Board, and n sneaking cf dropping, the machlno forced Alderman Hill, Zelser, Ball, McAnderson and Mason to walk the plank this time. We predicted this some time ago when big bills for purchasing motor cars and trucks from tho big Republican boss wero questioned in this board. That was rank mutiny and the men who thought they were board to watch tho taxpayers' Interests and not the machine boss. were punished for their breach of auguratlon. Searcy-Chiltohe altgxitin, VI 1 Irish-Americ- an Ks9iiM!PaKr-4cvrllw- '" 'T ' V i" i Ti i" ' - u II-- nvm-nxt- 1 "I-sp- I 4r jscB2srarxTOBrar KENTUCKY IRISH irisis AaarajeMOAJs:- l. W flMERIM. Publishers COinRRD REPUBLICANS HAVE THEIR 'INNING. .. em - w VMS.'- -. ! PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. nd Cithollcs fWnted to the Sodal and Morl Advtncement of Irish American Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's Officially Indorsed by Institute and Catholic Knights of America. K, i- - v COPvTc SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE entered at the Loulivllle Potolflce KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTINO CO., IncorponuJ. '- it Second.CUu AMERICAN, Matter. 319-32- iMrtts all Communication to the KENTUCKY IRISH 1 W.tt Green St, '. -.. . . . ""fey- .. , Here Is A . f LOUISVILLE, KY. PEACE TREATY AND IRELAND Mi pip to y Laundress Who Will .SATURDAY. JULY 12. 1919 celve equal pay for equal amounts and qualities of work. Not Fail ou The pence treaty has been signed THE OTHER, SIDE. at Versailles; and, all things consays tho Catholic Telegraph, sidered, In the big display advertisements, its provisions make for a vast Im- which give tho telephone companies' provement over the International present strike the public period. side of tho conditions of the is told how good and charitablo the The recognition and the establish phone ' companies are to tho girls, ment of the right and the justice paying them a few dollars for wages of the principle of the .ror a month or two whll0 the gtrla nation of nations regarding the form ..v lonrT1. to but they of their own governments Is the state .w.....0, the ordinary girl can thai $tLa paramount feature of the new dis- learn to bo a telephone operator In and the precautions' three days. pensation; against the recurrence of war should buy on Negro gun men and holdups daily and nightly celebrate at commend themselves to the admiraFIVE TEARS LATE. Keystone police and the "reform" administration. people everywhere. expense of our tion of humane We do not look for the Plunkett We are Inclined to believe that the treaty Is tht; best that could be ob- plan of dominion home rule for Ire George Earl Becker and bride, COMING EVENTS. for twelve months and "she" is yours. who was Miss Nell Pulford, have tained under the circumstances. land to cut much figure In tho agitareturned trbm their Eastern honeyThere is, however, an egregious de- tion that ha3 now assumed an intermoon at MACItIJNE IS AN July 15 Annual picnic of St. Westerntrip and aroTheir home on fect In the resettlement of the Euro- national character. It is a compromarriage Parkway. pean world, in that Ireland has been mise proposal and comes too late to Paul's church, .Rlvoll Park, Preston was solemnized 'at St. Columba's labor savers known. Pays for "jier.sclf" jn.less one of the Kentucky. church and was one tho prettiest denied' (ho justice that is her due. bo considered seriously. A few years and abolishing laundress' wages and r,eduqed wear and July 17 Euchre and than a yeari-bThe Irish people of the Emerald Isle ago it would have been accepted by benefit of Visitation Home, lotto for of the season's weddings. Fontaine constitute a distinct nation. They Ireland as a great boon. But times Ferry Park, afternoon and evening. tear on clothes. FALLS TO DEATH. were a nation before there was such have changed. England lost .her 6 July Annual lawn fete of They chanco to conciliate Ireland when St. Ann's church on grounds, Seva body politic as England. Expressing a desire to attend mass Sunday morning at St. Mary and have never acquiesced In the In- the home rule b'Jl, passed In 1914, enth and Davies avenue. fringement upon their rights of na- was held up indefinitely and then July 22. Reunion, games and Elizabeth Hospital, where for years Incornoratetl They repudiated. Dominion home rule Is chicken supper of St. Denis parish she had made her home, Miss Mary tionhood by Great Britain. 311 West Chestnut Street. Brennan, seventy years old, started essentially a British proposal and on church grounds. picnic have always struggled for to the chapel July Annual third floor, acTelephones tMain or City 2182. against superior physi- the time for such proposals has Aloy3ius 24church, at Pewee of St. companied by on the the sisters, and Valley, one of cal force. They have recently voted passea. sir Horace Plunkett, we church grounds. several minutes' later she was dead In favor of establishing a democratic have little doubt, means well. He August 5 Annual plcnlo for Holy as the result of a fall through the form of government for their home- has advocated many industrial re- Trinity church on Park grounds, St. elevator shaft. As tho aged woman One of these machines will be sent to your home on free trial. stopped from the elevator at the third land, and they have elected re- forms In Ireland that were bene Matthews. Just telephone our picnic and floor tho elevator went on to the August 5. presentatives to constitute the Irish ficial. But as a statesman he was chicken supperAnnual Holy Trinity fourth floor. Before tho door had of ""T" Republic. never prominent until he was called church, St. Matthews, on church been completely closed she tottered If the COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT backward and fell to the basement. of nations is a universal proposition upon to preside over the Irish con grounds. August 5 and 6 St. "Columba's Both legs were broken and she sufand we are assured that It is ference two years ago. fnat con- fered Internal annual lawn fete, fried chicken sup- she died severalInjuries, from which why was it not applied In the case ferenco report was for home rule, minutes later. She per, euchre and lotto, church was a sister of the late Thomas of tho Irian people, as well as in the but the report was never acted upon, grounds, Thirty-fift- h and Market. Brennan and the aunt of Dr. J. O.. s because a few Carsonites from the case3 of races of which Harry M. and Bruce Brennan, all They A IS IT TO JIB SO? of tho American people never heard7 north opposed home rule. of this city. Her funeral was held to toe denied free- - might today be willing to accept Sir Is Ireland. alone from the chapel, Rev. Father Dris- Heigh-h,.. . . . . w come and go l n1.f ' rr coll celebrating requiem high mass, aom, muepenaeace, jusucet BAUD CONCERTS' Horaces proposal, but the sent!BEST VAVDEVIU? bugs of Father Raffo paying tribue to her We little wo here? common solife TTCCr JWV In tho rest of Ireland has now must not shall not be! Ireland TV7CSMIIY queer What do It's all Christian character and exemplary Why should we lose DANCING .SWIKMIHG POOL peals from the Peace Conference to advanced to the point where nothing an eye, an arm, life. nrtESTJAViuariii ntscunf wtspMasAmmsr or leg will bo the public opinion of tne civiuzea snort of ?Al?)C u, To sustain cne, royal peg, RESTAVRAXT DE IVXC? WUn VLft r inrElCPilM As a conciliator, Sir Let the sons of the Gael, 'satisfactory. world. HELPS YOUNG WOMEN. nt- iTrrrii. To sustain n British crown Mrs. P. ft. Callahan has left for w.JC'W iirwi, all the world over, enlist in her holy Horace comes on the sceno about the West and will spend some time i LOWISVIltES BIG- UPEI GlyPEH As a result of tho prohibition law Whilst another's beaten down! " AMWSaiEflT CEMTEKh E.VEKY NIGHTC? cause and plead with their neighbors five years too late. NELL C. DILLON. in Denver. EVERY becommlng effective July 1 some of to help break the shackles from the whisky firms have alreadv Miss Glynn Mackln returned Mon- the JKYUGHTKItS OK JSAHKLLA. WELL TO KNOW. Let limbs of persecuted Erin. .and a day from a week's stay in Bards-tow- suspended business lookingnumber of office people are for new men of Irish lineage American The regular meeting The arraignment of the British connections. The free employment organize a campaign of agitation for bureau for girls and women con- of the Daughters of Isabella will Mr. and Mrs: Will Callahan and ducted by the National Catholic War take place next Tuesday evening at race at Government for atrocities In Ireland, of the the an arraignment drawn up by Messrs. family are the guests of Mrs. R S. Council homo, and maintain It unceasingly at 657 South Fourth street 8 o'clock at the Knights of Columr Rapier, in the West End. has consequently on file applications bus Hall, and all members are urged until the orange, white and green Walsh and Dunne of the The Louisville degree comes as revelation from well qualified young women to attend. shall fjoat over a government of the ican delegation, Miss Lncy .Bowling, who was toteam will go to to Americans. For the past five guest of the Misses Whelan, has the who havo occupied responsible posi- morrow afternoon Jeffersonvllle the reto Initiate Irish peop'.e, for the Irish people, stenotions as correspondents, only Information that was turned to her home at New Haven. and by tho Irish people in the years the graphers and The oharter circle of the Daughters in was telephone number of tho office Is that city. All members of the local "Little Bit of Heaven" across the allowed to get out of Ireland ap Miss Agnes Kennedy, of Jofferson-vlllcircle are Invited to attend this Inisuch as the British Government sea who was overseas for a year Main or City 3359. The rest room by as a Red Cross nurse, has arrived will continue to be open during the tiation! proved. The disclosures made summer until 9:30 every evening. Messrs. Dunne and Walsh show how home. ST. PAUL'S riCNIC. ASLEEP AT SWITCH. It Is chaperoned from 6:50 to 9J30 While much has been held back. parishby Driscoll, of Garvin Place, es volunteers from different are any Frank All roads will lead to Rlvoll Park of the clly, and if there Despite the fact that over 10, 000, we were talking about atrocities in has been confined to his home this Catholic women who havo not al- next Tuesday afternoon and evening neoDle attend the ball games at Belgium, similar events were taking week with an attack of lumbago. ready chaperoned and can give one when St. Paul's church will give Its Shawnee Park on Sunday afternoon place in Ireland, and while English evening of their time for this service annual picnic, and the different Mr. and and the Louisville Railway Company has writers were denouncing the barbari- son, Master Mrs.' W. A. Perry been Miss Detert will appreciate their call- committees meeting this week preJames Perry, have never tumbled to the fact that ac- ties perpetuated on helpless Belgium, enjoying a sojourn at French Lick ing her up. Tho rest room has been dict that it will bo the banner affair quite extensively used as a meeting of its kind. All kinds of amusecommodations should be furnished nearer home similar barbarities Springs. placo for committees, etc., and this ments will he furnished for young It Is well to of people who want were taking place. the thousands and old attending aro asto Judge James W. Fortune and Mrs. accommodation Is extended may all sured inand those of a delightful advance to return home on the Chestnut know this. be Catholic women. Books Democratic Primary, August 2, 1919 Fortune, of Jefforsonville, left taken from the branch library at any time. Take Preston street cars to street line, and no matter how you Thursday for an automobile trip to time without a special card. the park. POSITION NOT ENVIABLE. pack them In two cars (the usual Michigan. allotment) will not remedy the ANNUAL PIOMC. BANNER CHICKEN SUPPER. Sir Horaco iPlunkett'a plans for Miss Blanche Angela McGrath left situation. Dominion heme rule for Ireland are Monday for Lebanon, where she is Arrangements for the annual picUnder the direction said to have been Inspired 'by Lloyd visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Crittenden Father ZoelJer an energetic of 'Rev. nic at St. Joseph's Orphans' Home, Where the home Is Where work Is quickly commitWOMEN WAR WORKERS. brightest ; done; checking Threlkold. George for tho purpose of tee of the women of tho St. Denis In .Crescent Hill, which will he given hn tAa nt CJInn VAlnlom. Tt parish, tho youngest In the diocese, on the spacious and beautiful lawn Whcro tho work is Where cooking seems Mr. and Mra. John W. Flood and One of the most Important prob- .lightest; real fun; unHkely tMs lf( true And nelces, Misses Margaret and Nellie Is working hard for the success of of that Institution July 29, were well lems oi reiuijusiiueui is mui ucaira if true, is it not safe to assume that Mullen left July 1 for a two months' their next reunion and chicken sup- advanced at a meeting 'Monday eve- Where Is Where baking elves dethe meal per, which will be held on tho ning at St. Boniface's Hall. There by the presence in industry of im- Lloyd George has weighty .reasons trip In tho west. cooked best; light; church grounds on the afternoon was a good attendance, and with fair mense numbers of women who have great Where the rango stands Where drudge Is out of 1 'iL,: BB on this matter, for change, of front Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Mapother and evening of July 22 and to which weather indications point to a sight taken tho places of men during the the test left this week and will spend the the people of the city will be gathering and the most successful war. More justice, to say nothing It Is. Is it that he has learned that summer at Yellowstone Park and heartily welcome. During the after- outing of tho year. tins That's where where That's the noon there will be amusements and "Quick Meal" comes "Quick Meal" comes llrlntf nf nhltrnlrrr that these In spite of her many votes England's Colorado resorts. FAN'S TO SICK. council of the League In. the usual games, to be followed by in. women should not be compelled to osItlon ln the Louis Greenwell has been spend- tho chicken supper, which it Is Sold, Installed and (Uglily Keoomtnaadad greater loss or Incon- of Nations will not be an enviable Qalck'leal Ga RftBftaa suffer any "Calls for wrong remain un- ing a two weeks' vacation with his promised will be the best of the from Invalidsfree electric fan service who are unable to afthan Is absolutely neces one while Ireland's venience Those desiring to attend Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. season. 215 13 it that he realizes that parents, should take the Walnut or Oak ford this tyot weather relef are now sary; for their services to the nation dressed? Or Greenwell, a New Haven. VJA-H- l. JLvJ U w. MARKET ST. and being received, and we are taking street cars to Twenty-eigh- t himself and his Tory friends there have' been second only to the serv-,said Donald y, Misa Mildred Cahlll, who has been Dumesnlli from where tho Jefferson-tow- n care of them as usual,"tho Louisville 1np.a thnr ca" uo uo I'oi'ucui luiuic uu.mo n.c, V,a lino busses will take them to McDonald, (manager of employed at Camp Taylor; has requate return. Macphorson, Chief 'can go to the country as the called upon to fill. One general , This outing assures a Gas & Eectric Company. "Physicians Secretary j'or Ian .. , , turned and will spend tho summer the grounds. evening Ireland, says that in . --country tell me that we aro doing a great Dublin 340 persons out of every "l in the .". parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- most pleasant principle Is clear. No female worker, with justice to Ireland which Is a part of liam her and will help a worthy congregation. deal of good through this service, 1,000 were living in dwellings ot Cahlll, Crescent Hill. should remain in any occupation which we have been rendering for ..., the Labor and Liberal policies? At j v..,,,, .. ono room. situation .u.. - x. IIUIUUUI IU 1IV.UIUI Ul uiuicua the past several years. Wo have districts also The deplorable in rural lUUl CARDINAL GIBBONS. Funeral Directors bans of matrimony have been The any rate. Sir Horace Plunkett'a Is and the had many letters of thanks from difficulty ot remedying Women should disappear as quickly tlmo it is doubled plans are a splendid announced for the third of Dayor "Dominion" Cardinal Gibbons celebrated laBt both physicians and patients, and iMi3S Corlnne Burns, as possible from such tasks as conby the is little property and Embalmers. excellence of Sinn ton, O., and Henry Slebel, of St. week his thirty-thir- d anniversary as course wo intend to continue the on whichfact thero taxes. Hence the to levy ducting and guarding street cars, tribute to the a member of the Sacred College and service," To obtain this servlco for Government plans that rural local that the Louis Bertrand's parish, this city. Indicate cleaning locomotives, and a great Fein tactics and have anniversary of his needy patients a physician need only authorities shall have power to borthe JO rTMJHKf AVBPTOa cornered the Irish republicans departcommercial of ether activities for which number Mr. and Mrs. Henry Llchtefold ordination to the priesthood by a telephone the City 2182, or write a row money, the Government paying - of sympathythe people of Ireland announce the engagement of their visit to the home of the Right Rev. ment. Alain or TalepbrjA 1038. conditions of life and their physique the half tho Interest. The; Government his daughter, Clara Marie, to Nicholas Msgr. William E, Starr, who was letter stating thattolnpay opinion'serv also will defray half of the upkeep ' general i remlor them unfit. Another for the outcome of the present agitation, Earl Mulcahy, of Frankfort, Ind. himself celebrating the golden jubi- patient Is unable GUARDTAX OK OKPHAXS. management and other expenses, princple la that the proportion of tho lee of his have the honor and Tho wedding will take place ln the (associated OTdlnatlon, and who was ice. costs ln putting through the housing Sinn Fein will with the Cardinal at tho women in industry ought to be kept "TTWl An Important question has been of Ireland scheme. credit of making the Irish ques- early fall. WOULD PHOV1DI3 HOJIKS, Cathedral years ago. In the mornwithin th-- smallest practical limits. the a matter of concern to all tho comprise rural population, but ln the raised and an Important decision ob tion Mrs and Mrs. 'Charles Holsclaw, ing Cardinal Gibbons celebrated a Society of St. Vincent tained by If we have on efficient national emThe International News Service two principal urban centers, Dublin de Paul Intho earth, for while Ire- ot Napoleon boulevard, annouce the low mass on the main altar of the France. Tho local cona goodly num- nations of tho the Brltlah and Belfast,' the taxes already aro ployment service, lf the exception cables from London that Miss land Is donlod her natural and na- ennaKement of their daughter, Rati-ga- Cathedral, and with tho remaining Government has come to bat with a so high that the housing situation ferences presented themselves ln of the visit passed ber of the returned soldiers and can bo no peace Maojewel Holsclaw, to James J. place hours of the day quietly In his measure for remedying housing con- could be carried out, Macpherson various departments of Franco as tional rights there Tho wedding will take legal under tho sailors are placed on the land, and Tho measure, said, only by Government subsidiary, .scheme guardianswards of tho State because no people can in October. room When Interviewed during tho ditions ln Ireland. for the nation, wages .and demand for goods are in the world lf afternoon Cardinal Gibbons expres- which soon will be law, provides for practices people whose which js to benefit the orphans 'of FESTIVAL WINNERS, kept up to the level which Is easily trust another sed his gratification at the termina- erection of some 50,000 houses, Among those enjoying the various Following are the lucky people the war. Several prefects welcomed are at varlanqe with their profesto be reattainable, all female workers who New York City the past tion df the great war, and recalled while a like number are acceded to while sions, and distrust breeds jealousy, gaieties at Mr. and Mrs. Robert the fact that at the time of hla paired and made suitable for hablta-tin- n who carried off the combination this proposal and recognition It,ot week were others refused the are displaced from tasks that they Thn hill is ti Hnhsldv measure. book awards offered at the Sacred great Catholic society. In the jealousy is a fruitful source or Gordon, registered at the Waldorf, ordination the country was Just and latter have been performing only since the war. great conflict the designed; to Deneup uirecuy tuo insu Heart school May festival: Dan Mc case an appeal was made to the an4 Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Palmore, entering another Flvo dollar cold piece. ' beginning cf tjhe war will be able Civil War during which he served laborers, whether city or rural. For Kcnner. Council of Slate py the St. Vincent all of this city. vi MoHenry and every ?5 rent paid on houses that as chaplain at Fort to find , suitable employments In uu rui,,uuu uu liupuriaui. judgment Sllberg. Ladies' Eown. Arthur GENEROUS REQUESTS. are to be built or repaired the people In New York ,Fort Marshall. ;He spoke of the Louisville has now 'ben given which recognizes other parts of the Industrial field, Silver spoons, Ed McDonald. Beauests to the Catholic Universi pay an equal sum. week on bualnewand enjoying pleasure it aiioraea mm iu iwou Government will the Conference of St. Vincent de Umbrella. Henry Goss or in those domestic occupations ty during the past1 year have last summer theatres and nearby It would be very difficult those stirring days be Otherwise Crucifix and candlestick, Mr. Wil- Paul as appropriate legal guardians amounted tc nearly Sl.000,000, it the worn Bavlor Hickman. W. A. Incidents ofaudience of wounded to remedy the situation, for private w&ich sorely need their preaenoe fore an for the children under the national nas nen announced uy iub msm would not invest in houses liams. woown who are engaged at Rer Thomag Jf shaUan, rector of Trrv. Thomas JKeeleyV .E. F. Meyer sqldlers whqm.he addressed a few interests Tha scheme. Ham, Virginia Lee Garrett. from which they would get no a,der weeks' ago at ort' MoHenry. - tne UHlverIty. and W. J. Baird. uwk as men snouiu CHS. saif i pre-war self-determ-iI ,... '"SSib JSIa .pLUY and after that all she costs is a few cents a week for electricity. "HER" OUTRIGHT Or, you can "her" the installment plan. Small Monthly Payments ELECTRIC WASHING "SBE" reaest 15-1- iLduisyille Gas & Electric Coo - I . nine-tenth- J . 1 m - SOGIETV. o, i rr,.THfc zy. - mVAMfU3H rw n. I WANT YOU FOR ME Irish-Ame- book-keeper- s. e, . SECRETARY OF STATE FOR MAT S. COHEN Where the QuicK Meal Comes In i, fr ncucD V-li- jc enxT , ,,j, , H. BOSSE SON etween fifty-eig- ht Three-quarte- rs n. f ; ' -- re-n- ri I . iUll A &:i33SC'3rTJOEF&' IRISH AJMOSJBtXiDAJX RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American arc 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. Correct Glasses Are as Important as the Right Medicine. We Make Glasses to Meet the Requirements ASK ANY DEMOCRATS VOTE FOR v mtow.: issBIsssssss1 fir 7 5BEffiRfl3raMp kio-'X " i"VF . of OCUI.IST Oculists' Prescriptions. AW THE BALL OPTICAL CO. 013 FOURTH AVENUE UEPAIItING SPECIALISTS ON FOHD KEPAIRINQ OPP. MARY ANDERSON WELDINtt Expert Attention On Hepulrs On All alnkes of Cars AUTO WELDING & REPAIR CO. ERNEST SMITH, Prop. Both Phones 2U09 71 SOUTH SEVENTH ST., LOUISVILLE, KX. EVERYBODY WHO DRINKS ENGELHARD'S COFFEE ALWAYS SMILES FORCES ON OUTSKIRTS OF JUAREZ. Contingent of Villa raiders, part of the Mexican rebel chief's army, that tried to carry Juarez by assault and was routed by United States troops when their shots struck American citizens In El Paso and endangered the lives of cltlzenB there. Insert Major Gen. Cabell, army border veteran, who has taken command of the Juarez situation. VILLA'S TRY A PACKAGE Road Service. Home City 8300 ASK YOUR GROCER A GRADE FOR EVERY PURSE JOHN D. ROMMEL CO. ARTHUR A. WILL BUILDER P.J.NOEL Of Harrodsburg, Mercer County, Por Governor of Kentucky DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY A.XJOXJJS0T S Assures the People of Our State a Business Administration by a Business Man, Endorsed by leading Men and Newspapers of Kentucky I Fitting Your Glasses your features. Superior In order that your glasses may be properly flitted and render maximum service, it is important that the work be executed by one who is expert in adjusting. In this connection the style of .your glasses should be given due consideration. We have a large stock of frames and mountings from which to select those that are the most becoming and best suited to Deep-curve . ! stock Lenses with any mounting in . to- - Jp4.5U Kryptok, the invisible bifopal, ground gether, not cemented $o.UU, Q Seaina isualievmtj ' tionn $l.UU 67 M wm w HJtUCD AL Q framC VfiTDiN S Fourth Axl Louisville. 014 South Third St. whither to turn or In what words among us, and of which Liverpool 2431 MONTGOMERY STREET or action to express the outpourings had given a conspicuous example, ACCESSORIES of his heart, he sank back into him- this ought not to be difficult. The PISK TIRES Home Phono Shawnee 1010 self, hopeless and contradicted welfare of our nation and the future back Into the old indifference out of the wholo empire depended very CO. JOHN B. O'LEAItY & of which for the moment he had largely indeed upon the true under SAM ROBERTSON ' Headquartors for been aroused. He felt that there standing of this most important and CimMnnl Bourno on tlie Importance and there alone was to be found an far reaching and really weighty CONTRACTOR FOR PROPERTY C1TJT AND FARM explanation for the difference of ex- question Hiul Need of Religious perience to which 'he had referred. See us about anything in real ALL JQNDS OK CONCRETE WOtO This summary of the Cardinal's Training. Other examples of this lack of de- remarks emphasizes two points the estate. We sell, buy and rent. finite principle were to be seen in need of early religious training and Bu 115 S. Twenty-sixt- h 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. the desirability of fair play and an Home Phone City 4464. the limitation of the birth-ratHome Phone Shawnee 3C8 agreeable understanding divorce, and the attack (as in Lonin the Henuuks Concerning Ilritish Condi, don recently) on the inviolability of entire school question. The remarks SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. human life. On all those points there contain wholesome suggestions for tlon Have Ileniing on AmeriWM. P. BANNON Loans to those having regular inwas a definite Christian tradition us also, not the least of which Is no publicity enforcng the voice of conscience and that of fair play for the parochial comes or salary, with housekeepers can Situation. CONTRACTING PLASTERER Catholics who or red tape. Loans to the Ten Commandments, and that school of America. tradition wont contrary to what had maintain their own schools, and in their personal security. Brook and Bloom been publlcy advocated by import- thus bear a double burden, should F. It. POOLEY, KniphnsiCH Desirability of nil Agree- ant and no doubt conscientious per- not be expected to make still greater Koom 1, Courier-JournBuilding, City 8380 Cumb. S. 16J-sons according to their own lights. sacrifices, such as the Smith and 415 S. Fourth Street. able Understanding In School The whole tiadltion has simply been Towner'bllls would demand of them. eet aside, and in its place was given And with the Catholics, all citizens Question. Home City 2803 a constantly changing public opinion. should be spared the burdens which D. E. YANN DAIRY COMPANY REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY There was a danger of their children these bills would impose on them. Incorporated. going forth from the schools and These bills do hot denote a spirit of FRED HORNUNG, JR. C. B. of the C. V. having to face these problems which fair play. WELFAItTJ OF NATION DEPENDS 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. affected tlio famlliy. life of the PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING country and finding nothing to HAILED DE VAIERA. Both Phones 4202 guide them. What was the remedy? 712 West Jefferson Street They had In this country two schools The reception given to President Louisville, Ky. With the cause of public educa- of educational thought. One of De Valera by the Massachusetts tion in the foreground of discussion these asserted that nothing dogmatic Legislature Is a bitter pill for those "SOUTHERN STAR" Home Phone Shawnoo 801 In manv Quarters, and with tha fn- - must be thaught in the schools. He who can only see Irish and world afSLICED BACON HENRY GOSS to speak with every respect fairs through British spectaclos ture of our Catholic schools involved wished Roofing, Guttering, Spouting In the present controversy, an ad- of that school, for it embraced a badly 'smoked spectacles, too. The "All Ready for Your Griddle In the Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted Morning" dress recently delivered by Cardinal very largo number of persons whose Massachusetts solons did not qualiDourne, Archbishop of Westminster, views were worthy of every consider- ty their welcome. They hailed their HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE Asphalt Shingles a Specialty at Liverpool, gains special signifi- ation. Their policy had been that guest as the President of the Ilsh LOUIS VDuLE PROVISION CO. 2011 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. cance. The Cardinal devoted part anything definite in the way of re- republic; they cheered the republic Incorporated of his address to the need of relig- ligious teaching must 'be supplied and put the green, white and orange GLOBE SECURITY & LOAN CO. ious teaching In early youth and to either by the home or by the republican flag in the place of DEAD ANIMALS or by some religious honor. the teaching of religion in the Incorporated. It was a tremendous and Bchools. While his remarks apply organization external to the school significant demonstration, one that HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID A. Lazar, Manager specifically to England, they contain Itself. The other school of educa- will make the British propagandists Money Advanced on Your Plain Note much that is valuable to American tional thought 'had always main- among us gnash tfyelr teeth In Call Homo Phone City 721; aia west jeuersou street illumany sacri- wrath. Catholics also. The London Tablet tained and had made The demonstration Cumb. Phone Main 721. (Second Floor) h gives the following summary of this fices to maintain that the religious strates the growth of the LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. part of the Cardinal's address: Homo Phono City 2967. and moral Influence must be carried feeling In the United States and A few weeks ago he was opening into the school, where it had to be shows to what an extent the InNATIONAL HATTKHS a recreation hut at a camp in the deepened If it were to have a lasting fluence of our returning troops Is North of England, A distinguished effect. He was bound to pblnt out felt, for oui boys who were over HAMBLY BROS. SHOE STORES Home Phone City 1931 TOM TOLAKIS. Prop. General asked him. "What has been that since 1870 most of the there have come back with a healthy H25 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. All Kinds of Footwear For the the effect of the war on the relig- privileges and favors had been given hatred of the English that augers Whole Family Suits Pressed While You Walt. ious disposition of the nation?" to the first school of thought. What well for the future of our country. Hats Cleaned and Blocked While The Cardinal replied that, as far as had to be done in the future? He Two HAMBLY'S Stores You Walt, Soldiers' Uniforms and he could understand from the re- was not speaking from a purely reOUTLAWS SINN FEINERS. a Specialty. ports made to 'him by the chaplains, ligious standpoint his own convicWork Called For Shaw. 1716 Sats Delivered. and Portland. 20th Our Motto: "Service, A proclamation has 'been issued there had teen a real awakening of tions In this matter were well known City 7164 ind Magazine Utention and Quality." religious feeling, and many men had but he would speak from the point from Dublin Castle declaring all 18th and returned to the practice of religion of view that It was necessary to Im- Sinn FeLn organizations and Irish THE SIGN OF QUALITY who had given it up. "My experience press on the heart and mind of the volunteers in the county of Tippera-r- y PEOPLE'S PXOVXDBXT A8SeOIATZ Is absolutely the other way. I be- growing aighl'd 741S generation definite prinIncorporated unlawful associations. Thi3 anlieve there is nothing of the sort," ciple of moral conduct nouncement was made In a memoEast 180 Oltlita Onranlnd liy UaX n said the General. When he thought He frankly admitted that It was randum by the Chief Secretary for Wi to KENTUCKY the matter cut he came to the con- Impossible to get unity of' feeling In Ireland, enumerating a series of I, O A LAUNDRY clusion that the only adequate ex- this matter. The disruption of the six- crimes anl offenses in the past On rornltnx and Otncr Vronl CO. planation of that contradictory in- teenth century would not have be- year and stating that the measures Property t Incorporated come so deep, so terrible, and ap- already taken have failed to check sas this: Every man formation LOWEST BATES 3 parently so irremediable were it not the Sinn Fein's criminal activities there might be a few exceptions COLEMAN BUILDING Underbill St. to who as a soldier was In the presence for the terrible German influence "the Government is compelled Qeo. Dearborn of death found awakening within that Intervened at that period. If suppress the organizations." S. B. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON Both Phones 2886 him a sense of God, a dependence on we as Englishmen Everywhere this action will bo had been left .Manager God, whlcfn perhaps be had never alone we might have arranged in recognized as another blow at demoIf that our national spirit of mutual under cracy in Ireland and exposes again Medley Hotel and Restaurant JNO. P. MORTON felt at an other time. & CO. soldier had received any instruction standing some way of healing the the hypocrisy of 'England, in his youth enabling 'him to trans- disruption of that century. He apINCORPORATED Right Services O. P. A. late that innate and instinctive turn- pealed mo3t earnestly, not In the ing towards God to some definite Interest of any particular religion, Kktablished 1820. Louiaville.Ky. Right Prices action he did get nearer to God and but in the interest of the nation The annual convention of the Day and Night religion than ever before, If on the and empire, for fair play and equal Catholic Press Association of the OFFICII OUTFITTERS other hand he had been taught little privileges for both schools of educa- United States and Canada will be PIUNTBH8 or nothing about God or religion, he tional thought. our national held at Cincinnati, on August 22 and 620 WEST MARKET ST. STATIONERS With stretched forth his hands Instinctive- characteristic of legitimate com 23. The sessions will bo devoted ly and looked up to God for a mo- promise, ami with that fair give mainly to the discussion of practical Both Phones 2406 THE VERY BEST knowing and take that ultimately prevailed questions. not ment, and then, 00 i Adolpb Reutllnger FAIR PLAY L. e, al T 008-01- ! ol antl-Brltls- Wtll-know- 014-02- EIUTLINQSR The Last Dollar i3BBscpaB!aaggBa,j in lj , in n HiiESJgaan in"".. woiccJsctEsc n jeaaBa FIRE INSURANCE TORNADO, LIABILITY AND SOUTU I (or aometblag yu did not NEED would bar itartad a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with tblt bank; to bear latereit COMPOUNDED twlc a year; There MAY COUlfi a time when your "LAST DOLLAR" ill be tpent for leraethla you DO NEED The SAVING now dullan yon are waiting mlgbt keep that "hard Muin" train vw cuiol Tbt you iptat PLATE GLASS 123 SOUTH THIRJ STREET EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS MiB$Po"v:? .fr. inn mi's HHar 'PeP I ff Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. Fifth and Court Place. Open Daily Until 3 p. m. SAVTr'Of LOUISVILLE AND DEPOSIT BANK Fourth and Central Avenue Three Per Cent. Paid on Saving) A General Banking Buai Deposits. ness Transacted. K. PFEUWEIt FLORIST 421 South Thlrty-cight- h J. M. H)(i BUCKNER TOBACCONIST WHOLESALE West Main Street Louisville, Ky. JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURE MOVER mid PACKER Saturday Until 7 p. m. mwmmmim mm wmggwmmwmM&& For Rent, Sale or Exchange. $5.85 AND UP - WAGON OR VAN Street 2525 West Walnut Street Cut Flowers, Plants and. Funeral PICNIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY: Works. Homo Phone Shawneo 1986 Phono Shawnee S59-L. Highland 1033 JOS. GROCERY WINES. V. AND National SPAMNGER Gravel FANSBoth Phones 135 Roofing and Supply Company Incorporated 124 W. Main City 1250; Blaln 140D-- SALOON, FlNb LIQUORS, CIGARS Pitch, Coal Tar, Tarreu Felts, Roofing (A Specialty). Y CHILDERS ELECTRIC CO. INCORPORATED 333 W, Mala Street Sotb Ftaonea 870 Baxter Avenuo WHEN IT'S Y0UJU Phones Both Phonei .MOVE' CK?" Smith Motor Wheel $40 Twin motorcycle ?100. One Twin Indian. Ono R. a. Single, ?50. One Yalo Twin cheap. 38x3 Inner Tubes, 1.50, Cut price on supplies. LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK Por Your Saving U, S. Government Protection. More than 35,000 Bank Accounts, representing 100,000 people with a total deposit of more, than 10,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by the bank. people of Louisville at this safe, conservative 553. UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MARKET AT SECOND BIO FOUR" WHO ARE REMAKINO WORLD MAP. This photograph shows for the first time in a group the four men who are parceling out the world at ter the great world war. Photo was taken on the steps of 'President Wilson's Paris residence, "the Paris White House", No. 11 Place des EtattUnls. They are left to right Premiers Lloyd George, of Oreat Brl ' ,in );MI tain; Orlando, of Italy; Clemenoau, of the Fronch Republic, and President WHboe, j Local and Ion? distance moving with motor vans. Furniture, packing and Esshipping. All work guaranteed. timates cheerfully furnished free of charge. A. AKNOZ.D IB SONS AUCTIOK fc STORASE CO. 48B 1ETUSKNOWI (Incorporated) WMt Mala Strait ' R. L. DAVIS, Agent, S. W. Corner Seventh and Broadway KEOTXJOKY HIBC 5 ? kadCEI85IOAKr. ' MEN TRY US $1.00 PALM BEACH surrs... SUITS Ji flLkHkv bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbIbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbby SHR. sLLB3LLflEHBVew .wpjHnjflH jt1 I . THREE-PIEC- E $1.50 Bi - is$aMBssssssssssssssssH WK AKK HKSI'ONSIULK. HKST SKHV1CK IN TIJK CITY. F&Z iP B JFaS "litg " ji3ljftK J,s3EvjrfJ SMOKE :;TARPY'S i! ' I f Puis Cleaning and Dyeing Co. INCORPORATED Lady Dash 10c Little A. i VnssBBBBBBBBBBsr . 5c Both Phones 2635. M. J. BANMON. i 421 W. Chestnut St P. BAXNON, rntldtnt and Manager. JR., Vlci Pras. and Tren. J 'iSblH3stfleK .Jbi mtSTW ditA ' tobbHbW r srZ XCy'lKrEfr asT al'aBv Pv SuHm sArauK KaBK Jt483SE&KJKF' bsSbbbbbbb' :: Best Cigars Made ; ESTIMATES FURNISHED On Marble, Granite Monuments and Markers. Given lo H4MMfr.H..t..i..t..M.fr$4.frfr.M.-.-- SPECIAL ATTKNTION Orders. PRICES REASONABLE. Out-of-To- P. BANNON PIPE CO.! STREET. B B B ali HHeeeRkl9eB3PkHH 'HEEhsEiaiBBM r wfe2aBBnnw9& Ja. .jS&S ' eLLflRHIbLBeHHHeHHe!s4ku' ..bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbH fflRLVPf 4 AiNeir to You ai the Nearest Phone" B. F. Marquess & Co. 613 S. Fifth St. Louisville, Ky.. rf FUNERAL .bbbbbbbbbbbbbV FLOWERS !J 2 Sewer and Culvert Pipe, Bannon's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits, Wall Coping, Drain Tile, Vitrified BrlcH, Proofing, Flue Lining, Fire Bricil Fire Grate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Topi. OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH PHONES VtJUICS- i 4, 3T . i &JF rjtm'TmM33Xr SEBBBSBBBBBBBBBB0BBfi9HK',sA. 9mnmmWrYf',itilKKIBKm "Bb&mbb?". BseVbbbbbbbbbbm PbbbbbP w4 'VPvbVsVx 4? A SPECIAL SPRAY $3.00 A SPKCIAL WREATH S5.00 j&S JOHN B. RATTERMAN FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 Vbbbbbbh "tiJJB IsvewBv HB BBv v VsV9HBHHvmVsh BbV.w,svbW BH vBHK ? aimf&f' vBB BBft flBBeVBBBBiBBBtBiu,r WEST MARKET STREET 1243. CITY 373-178- CUMB. MAIN 507. i eeeteeeteeeee Jt SMITH'S SON QRAN W. ' Thirteenth ami Ureckiu ridge and Ninth and Magnolia. THE FOUR ACES OF THE FAMOUS AMERICAN PURSUIT SQUADRON Officially credited with seventy enemy planes and unofficially with an additional forty-twThoy are loft to right: apt. Samuel Kayo, Jr., Columbus, Ohio; Lieut. Lee H. Dawson, Denvoi ; Major Reid M. Chamber, Memphis Tenn., and Oapt. W. M. Palmer, Bennettsvllle, S. C. NINETY-FOURTH o. bOO IburthMrnuglouOTarJ We telegraph Flowers mtiomaLtBQ f Phones Shawnee West 1107a. Cumberland Bverywhen No Job Too Large or None Too Small. "SEE US." r DR. JOHN AL, S. SMITH, PROP. Funeral f Director and Embalmerf BOTH PHONES 810. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. I fr.H-t"W"W"- H I ! ) t"H' H"M"I' I"H"H t"-- i i DOUGHERTY Funeral Directors Gtlmb. Main SUOS.a 'I"S"H"t4"H & McELLIOn and Embalmers! Homo City 2008 X Telegraph Company. Surviving him aro four sisters Mrs. Marwyn B OPTOMETRIST, Scott, Mrs. James L. Threlkeld, Mrs! Our Mottot Prompt Service, Hot-teAnna M. Nunnelly and Miss Ida Work, Satiafied Customers. Catholic interests. Loesch. The funeral took place SPECIALIST IN FITTING GLASSES Cerrettl's influence induced even Monday morning from St. Cecilia's Phone City 2700 those who were Twenty Year' Etpenau;e. Pope Benedict Tlalses Former I'opn. so to accept his most reluctant to do church. Prices Reasonable. point of view. In 745 S. SljJth St. Louisville, Ky. taking the course he did tho PresiSunday afternoon tho last solemn Inr Envoy to United 315 Sinrka Huildlng. Third Fluor dent rendered another service. to the rites were held over the remains of Fourth and Walnut. Stales. cause of peace; for if thejclalms of Mrs. Elizabeth Yourell at St. Ohio River Fish the Holy See had not been acknow- Michael's chinch, of which sho had Phone City 1180. ledged the Pope would have protest- long been a falthrul member She KECB1VED DAILY. ed throughout the Catholic world was tho .vldow of Martin Yourell Slsgr. Cen-ett- l Spent Eight Yenrs In against the Injustice of the decisions and resided at 414 East Main street. OHIO RIVER Death followed a long Illness of a America on Important tho Catholic missions, thus casting complication of diseases. j23 Mrs. grave moral condemnation upon the Yourell Is survived by one daughter, Missions. peace conciuueu in Paris. Mrs. Elizabeth Dlehl, and four sons, James, Thomas, Martin and John ALLOCUTION Holy See for the modification of an article In tho peace treaty which as originally worded might have been Interpreted in a sense detrimental to P. BECKER Liberty Electric and Repair Company tf Fresh 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, BOTH XIIOJVI$Si. MMIH ! 1'iesldent's Ideals Inspired by Pnpal n The passing of Henry Kerr, Ijovo of Justice, Pence and years old, Sunday morning at " ' Llbeity. his home, 725 West St. Catherine street, Is mourned by his many friends and relatives. For many years he was connected with the FitANKXKSS AND SINCGItlTY WIX L. & N. railroad, where he was popular with his superiois and fellow sixty-seve- KEOEXT DEATHS. Yourell. OKDAIXS imOTIIHIt. X HiHIl g4 WWWmWtWWWWWWVWWVWWWWttWWWiWVWW IIOMIJPUONK8S CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071.y J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1 AND EMBALMERS. I 5rtWUVWWWWMMMUMUWVWMVHVMWW City 2360. Main SSSS Bast Maixx Street. 2160-- Y X 13, L. DirectorJBA-and JEmbalmer Funeral 717-711) K. CHESTNUT 1AJU1SVILUJ. KY THOMAS KEENAN ..injIW:EieAT OUR LUMBER 1529 WEST MARKET STREET DIRECTOR.. IS GOOD LUMBER & If You Want the Best We Have It. JET1EI W. G. RORK, Pritldc nl. O. INCORPORATED JOJKCJBSS AND A STS. OO. Se. tod Trot. BROOK HERBERT JENKINS, WEST BROADWAY VULCANIZING ' CO. INCORPORATED about to sail from Liverpool when, having heard that President Wilson had definitely decided to go to Paris the first fortnight in December, he went there to meet him. His Interviews with the President In Paris first, and in America afterward, when the President returned thither in February, are said to have been not very encouraging; but Cerrettl's frankness and sincerity won its way. He succeeded in convincing the President that no ulterior motive guided him or the Papacy, but that they were animated by the same principles of justice, fairness, love of peace and liberty which Inspired It was the President's own ideals this which achieved his success re garding the treatment of Catholic missions and their property in the former German colonies. President Wiison supported tho request of the The solemn allocution delivered by the Pope in the consistory is a public announcement throughout the Catholic World of the high position to which he Jias raised Msgr. Cor-retone of the greatest friends, and admliers of America, where ho spent eight years of his career. The missions entrusted to him by the present Pope have been brought' to such successful conclusions that in Vatican circles he Is already spoken of as a second Consalvl, that Prince of Papal diplomacy, who had such a leading part In tho events of the Napoleonic period and tho peace of Vienna. Msgr. CerrettI was sent to America in November of last year, ostensibly to represent tho Pope at the jubilee of Cardinal Gibbons, but in reality, although that was part of his mission, tho more important part consisted in bis personal representation to President Wilson of the consideration held to bo due to Catholic Interests In tho new arrangement of world relations. The Holy Seo had clearly realized that tho American President would be the chief factor in the new reconstruction of the world, and for this reason sent him as its most able 'Msgr. CerrettI was diplomatist. ti, A The remarkablo scene of three X brothers at the same altar, one a & Boyer Fish Co. Bishop ordaining, another assistant uiii uun trni.vua "Any Make Car Towed In" priest, while the third bi other re311 East Jefferson Street. ceived holy orders, was witnessed DUGAN GARAGE Home City 1001. recenty at St. Anselm's church, San employes. Some jears ago he re- Anselmo, Cal., when the Right Rev. IHA J. DUQAN. Shop Foreman and General tired from business, but was always John J Cantwell, Bishop of Los Mutineer active In th Interests of Ills neigh- Angeles elevated to the dignity of 131C SOUTH BROOK STUEET 6 bors and the welfare of the com- the holy priesthood his brother, the among whom he lived. He Rev. Arthur Cantwell, who had just munity Round Trip is survived by two sons, Henry Kerr, completed Ms theo'ogical studies at Chicago, and William Kerr, a mem- St. Bernard's Seminary, Rochester. PERFECT FITTING ON STEAMERS ber of the United States Infantry, SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES who is Germany with the Army of HINTS OX STYLE. Occupation, and three daughters, America Queen City Mrs. W, J. Burke, of Jeffersonville; Lemon yellow continues to bo an Mrs. G.'E. Blandford and Miss May acceptable color. Apple green Is Its At 5 P. M. Every Friday. Kerr, Louisville. Funeral services rival. were ilieldP'fuesday afternoon with As for the shoit sleeve. It seems burial In SI Louis cemetery. to have won out In frocks for the country. MEET THE BOAT TRIPS 'Miss Olivia Wlllenborg, beloved This is a reason for jacket gowns, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Clemens Every Sunday at 9 a. m. from Third e Wlllenborg, 113 Stoll avenue, was tho short rnat going even with and River. dresses. called from lire In the days of her Phone Main or City 141. young womanhood. Miss Wlllenborg, Among llio successful capes are Oculists' Prescriptions. who was eighteen years old, could those of chiffon lined with colored not combat dread tuberculosis and tnffeta or satin. SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY passed peacefully away Sunday The coisetless figure has caused a INGOKPOHATKD afternoon, fortified by the last on the sacraments. The death of this demand heavy part of stout women Fourth mid Chestnut. Double bones and much webyoung woman takes from her circle for loss bing. Copper Coils and St. Frances of Rome church one of Its most highly respected memThe full balloon skirt is giving Price bers. Sho is survived by her mother place to the skirt which is puffed and father, two brothers, Lawrence at the hips to stand out like pan- Inpowloi and Abnirnul Nails SclioUflcilly Treats! $12-5- 0 and Herman Willenborg. Funeral niers. services wore held Tuesday morning, The new hip sashes in colored tafRev. John Riley celebrating the re- feta tulle, beaded tissue and satin, Dr. Uriah Z. Litsey Connecting quiem high mass. tie at eac'i side, Instead of at the $4.00 Chiropodist back or front. Solid Coll Friends of Daniel Brown, beloved 507 alThe black lace mantilla has husband of Margaret Brown and for $9.50 Starke many years a highly respected mem- ready appealed as a head dress for Guaranteed Bsildini fashlonabe brides, and It is simuSatisfactory ber of St. Louis Bertrand's churcht Rolh Phalli? felt deep regret when they learned lated on street hats. Corsets are very long on all of his death, which occurred Monday 1843 Dnte St. Uome Slimviire 1601-NOW IS TUB at his residence, 854 South Seventh figuies that are not slender below IME VOXi STRAW HAT street. He had lived an active and the waist, but tho flesh Is held In CLCANINQ. Industrious life and his generous by webbing rather than by whalei"jf hH Avoid nature won the friendship of all bones. the rush by conCapps for afternoon and evening sulting us now. Panama If You Are with whom he associated. Funeral Employer Hat Cleaning and Blockservices wero held Wednesday morn-nin- are offered by the shops and dress ing our specialty. many gathered to pay makers as though tho garment wero when And Need a Girl Worker, strictly new. Coats aeem to be en- NATIONAL HAT CLEANING WOBES tho last oarthly tribute. OR tirely out of the fashion, except for Albert Smith, Prop. Robert J. Loesch, thirty years motoring. CS3 WEST MARKET STREET old, son of the late John L. and Monkey fur continues to be In If You Are Girl Home Phone, City 51C1 Elizabeth Byrno Loesch, died Satur- fashion, and even the dressmakers day at the home of his sister, Miss who opposed It show a- slight affecAnd Need a Position Ida Loese.i, 2400 High avenue. He tion for it now It is especially MAGNETOS STARTERS Sain 3359 City 3359 CALL US had lived here slncp childhood and used on summer capes, which have was employed by the Western Union entirely taken tho place of top coats. GENERATORS 4 We have the largest inde. Z X the city. Our modern facilities noun T skilled service at reasonable X FORDS REPAIRED A SPECIALTY. Segal I I $1.35 Cincinnati $1.35 $2 $2 and rw) c one-piec- Hot Water Heaters CORNS,BUNIONS W. M. CISSELL an dOV' J. g, a Worker - Women's Activities, GUARANTEED VULCANIZING Office and Workrooms Northeast Corner Seventh and Broadway Louisville, Kentucky Home Phone City 20 II "We Are An Close To Repaired By Factory Experts National Catholic War Council Brushes for all makes of starting 057 South Fourth St. and lighting systems. All work East Side Fourth, Near Broadway. guaranteed one year. CAMILLE DETERT, Phone" Ton Aa Yonr CfaaWsflr feA v Automotive G48 Elect. 'Service Co. Employment Bureau. South Third Street USE US V iPBT. jKT .wB ftfliiiiiHjMvBsLaiBsHHfdUBssB Phone City 1833. Oire yonr boys m education tn.t wll prepare them for life. STARK'S NEW METHOD SHOE REPAIR SHOP Pioprietor. Only the very best material and highest Uass of workmanship Work Our called for and delivered. work and service will pleufle. you. S. STARK, OLD MAN HARRIS TRY US Wo glvo special and prompt atwork. 045 SOUTH rOUSTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE, KV Home Phone, City 2S1 Cumu. Phone, MRln 1288-- Tmsumt im tention to out-of-to- "THE fLivetrPLLs wmlw-- . m PILL THAT WILL" HENRY C. HCRR M.V. tOUIAVILLC, Do You Want to Sell or Buy They work like a charm. Everyl box sold to satisfy or your money refunded. in Editor, has rnado scores of hla readers from 50 per cent, to 600 per cent, on investments, who ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE followed his "tips" on what to hare buy and when to sell, in oil and mining 113 V). Bro.dw.y, JJosisYlll., Xy. stocks, during past year. He knows Conducted bv the Xaverlan Brother AH Classical, 8cientlflo Bualneai "Who's Who" in the oil game. and Courses. Preparatory 'Department, karri information strictly confidential. Bvrlmmlng Pool, Well Equipped Qymna Year's subscription to Kentucky Oil luin. lerme moderate. ora Benjamin, ' Ir. Journal $2. (Free with each new subscription a beautiful map of Kentucky oil fields an artist's idea of an airplane view of tho State, G; 14x22 inches.) worth Write for free sample copy 1G pages. 2 Illustrated, building, Louisville, Ky. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING 411-41- Inter-Souther- n Buyer for your Business, Farm. Mine or Prenertv of any kind or descrip- s have tion. We every Businesses and Unter-prisekind For Sale In al- Phone Suawnoe 42. of most any part of Jventurky, Indiana uml othes States. To Buy If You Want or Private or Sell at Sale Auction Wo Aro Motor Doctors, Skilled ExWrite or Call perts Are Heady to Serve You. DO YOU WANT TO EEEI. OB BUY? I can Sell or Trade or find a For Sale by Your Druggist packages. 25-ce- nt N.W.Csrner Fgnrth and Jefferson I I MEN'S BLACK OR TAN AUTO OWNERS aBssisMts5ssiasHslWWKjaai. bsssssssss)ibssssssssNM(iHbsWi!bsssHbsssssssM f $zSt. '.&. "QRbk. Mr3& MESSENGER coo SERVICE W0RKSH0ES ' (DAY OR NIGHT.) $3.50 to. $600 BUSINESS 701-70- ETKEKIDOB EXCXANOE Auetlone.r and Beat Batata LOUISVILLE TR1J8T BLDO Gumte. Phone. Main 2969 , flome Phone, Ctty 8SIS VMt to Llt With tie, U YeaIhrftA for Contraet 2 Full line of Tiros, Tubes and Accessories. Tires and Tunes Vulcanized. Batteries charged and repaired. POItTLAND AUTO RRFAIR CO., 87i N. Twcmty-SlxtSt. b south Finn street. OF A USTRIA LIVES IN SWISS EXILE. WHERE THE Villa Prangins near Nyon on the Lake ot Geneva, Switzerland, wher a the evEmperor Charles of Austria Ludwlg of Bavari a photographed on his morning conJlvea. In exile with his family. Rig ht insert. stitutional around the walks of the castle. Left insert, ilild egard, eldest daughter of former King of Bavaria. cx-Klr- ig We purchaso and deliver theater tickets, lunches, railroad tickets, berths, etc. Prompt and reliable messengers for all kinds of personal nd private business. Phone City 44H. . j,-- ! WIN I These shoes are world heaters they look well and they stand the bang's of service. They are designed and built for service ana they reader that service. SPALDING SHOE CO. Out SXaXTSElTTX AJTD of the High-Rent JCAPX.B pew avxansTSi District " y 1?. . ji'i KENTUCKY IRISH fHaMUSmi'AjgiiiffcUin!HJUMwfi m A.1S&13X&X&A.JSC, H"M.mtfMuimiMifaawiiBma H""' Ti ""'" ''' ", I HERMAN STRAUS rouTH Avenue ,iiMag3BpBBMI&W3BWraMBraOT Mcamamvco $ SONS $1 J MAUKcT.STlWT We dive and Redeem Qold Trading Stamps. Wash Fabrics You'll Want Are In This July Sale. PLAYTIME HAS COME! PREPARE the children now to enjey every minute of the summer vacation. Come to our children's store and get the proper footwear. SANDALS, "bJU inter-Southe- rn INTER-SOUTHER- TENNIS AND PLAY SHOES S1.00 TO (MAIN FLOOR BALCONY) $3.00 "TT "' ' ' Hill il Life Insurance Co. JAMES R. DUPPIN, President. GIANT AIRSHIP MAY CROSS ATLANTIC SOON. The monster British Dirigible scheduled to leave England on a transatlantic voyage to Mlncola,, L. I. Tho ship Is 640 feet long and Is capable of lifting fifty tons. Left Insert, Brig. Gen. L. A. O. Charlton, of the British Air Service, who is completing preparations for .the leceiving of tho huge British dirigible. Other inserts show two officers of tho crew. R-.- ln Your cholco of one lot of Colored Skirting Material; all 36 Inches wide and values up to $1.00 a yard; July sale prlce..5fc e 4,000 yards of Percales, in dark and light colorings, with neat stripe and figured styles; they are the 30c !T. values; July sale v.22c h White Percales; for children's dresses and suits; 34 Inches wide and our tine 35c grade; July sale price 25c pieces of White Dress 50 Voiles; 38 Inches wide; of plain, sheer weaves and our regular 35c grade; July sale price ....25c 25 pieces of Plain Colored Voiles; mercerized finish; with Yard-widLinen-finis- and figured designs; values from the bolt up to 29c; July salo..l-l40 bolts of Printed Dotted Dross Voiles; these have imperfections 111 tho nrlntltip; thpv urn 36 inches wide and sell in per fect Koods at 50o: Julv Halo c 2,000 yards of mill remnants of Fine Quality Mercerlzcd-fln-is- h Batiste with printed floral prlco .25c MAGAZINES AVAILABLE. HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY LAID TO REST. The circulating branch library of the Louisville Freo Public Library, located In the downtown center of LOUISVILLE, EX. the, Women's Activities of the National Catholic War Council at 657 Why not take an agency for m conservatively managed, medium-sizeclean, progressive company, whose treatment of agents and South iFourth street, has proved a popular acquisition, and the policyholders and whose standing and courtesies with all of the has now added for circulation office somo American Life Insurance Companies give it a position of tho very of the magazines to which It subscribes. Those which may be taken highest rank? home now for reading are the Ofay CAPITAL, RESERVE AND SURPLUS FOR RROJEC and June numbers of the Catholic World, number the TIotfOF POLICYHOLDERS ORE THAN $4,500,000 Catholic the May Review, theofJune Charities Bookman, June Atlantic Monthly, Deposit with the State of Kentucky under the and next week the July number of Compulsory Deposit Law more than $4,600,000. America and Survey. Men as well Excess deposit over all requirements $1,000,000, as women are welcome to take home per cent, more than the law requires. or 20 the magazines as well as books. The employment bureau has a call for a so For good, clean agency contracts with renewal commissions, Catholic saleslady from a large laat.youtmay build up a business of your own and have an independgeneral store In a small town. She ent permanent Income, address the Home Office of the Company. must be Industrious, not over thirty-fivhaving the ability and capacity N LIFE INSURANCE CO. to deal with tho public, and one who LOUISVILLE, KT. would like to live In the country. Good salary and board are offered. Any one Interested in this position being framed by the leaders of the will please call the office, Main or 't, now Congress. The cost of the war City 3359, or write to 657 South to date is in the ncighborhod of Fourth street. $30,000,000,000, including of loans to the allies rAULlST GENERAL. The cost will be increased several billions more by demobilization and Announcement was made last Altogether it Is week at the other expenses. house estimated that the American peo In Chicago Paullst Fathers'Thomas Itev. ples war bill will approximate $26, Francis Burke, thatS. P., head of the C. 000,000,000, exclusive of the loans Paullst Chicago and Exquisitely cleaned on to the allies, which will not (be paid pastor ofFathers of church, had St. tMary'p many years and possibly a por- been elected Superior for General of the short notice. tion never. Although the Interest cost will decrease as the debt Is Congregation of Paullsts at the general chapter In New York. This liquidated, it will be necessary to Impose taxes of not less than $3,- - mean3 that Father Burke will go to oou.000,000 a year if the cost of the headquartersto of the congregation In and that the war is to ibe root within a gen- newNew York will live, appointed a be for eration. Taxes this year will be the Superior local community of Paullsts. Congress aims to $4,000,000,000 In Cclcago reduce the ordinary expenses of the Father Burke was born seven years to approximately the In 1871 and studied for Government Cleaned the government at St. Xavler Academy and College. $1,000,000,000 a way. We know how! bellum days, thus year of "the ante- His birthday will he easy to rememallowing the aparmisThey come back to you plication of nearly $2,000,000,000 ber, for It was November 1,1,brother, a year on the war debt. Before tice day. Father Burke's sterile and clean. July 1, 1920, the treasury, it Is pre- Rev. John Joseph Burke, C. S. P., dicted, will And It necessary to ob- is editor of tho Catholic World and tain loans of $8,000,000,000 from Chairman of the special committee of the banks on certificates, It being the National Catholic War Council. understood that there aro to be no He was recently awarded the Dismore war loans offered for popular tinguished Service Medal. Another When Swiss cleaned subscription. brother, William Augustine, Is supervisor of Immigration. One never lose their newsister, Anna, Is in the Sisters of SLSTINE CHOIR NOT COMING. conness. One trial will Meicy convent. Father Burke suc or the Slstine ceeds the late Very 'Rev. John J. vince you. The choir In Rome has issued an authori- Hughes, C. S. P. tative denial that this famous choir make a tour of a North Is to IRISH BISHOP NAMED. America. That a 'Roman choir is to visit the United States is, he says, The Holy Father has appointed a fact. But tho bQdy of singers the Very Rev. Canon O'Doherty, Cleaners & Dyers about to leave Rome does not be- dean of St. Patrick's College, long to the Slstine choir, nor have as Bishop of Clonfert. The Phones 2207 the members any connection with Bishop-elecwho is only forty-onRoscommon, and was Office 617 Fourth Ave. that choir. These singers are mem- is a nativeatofSoirimerhill, Maynooth bers of tho choirs of the foremost educated basilicas of Rome, and although very and Dunboyne. Plant 909 S. Sixth St. He has passed all eminent and accomplished singers, his administrative life on the they are not members of the famous scholastic s'do of tho church, but he Is also a brilliant journalist, being Slstine choir. some time editor of the liturgical PAYING OUR AVAR DEBT. department of the Irish Eccleslatlcal REMOVES OLD VARNISn. He also an authority on Record. To pay for the war within a gen Three tablespoonfuls of baking the music of the Irish church and eratton at the rate of $1, 000,000,- 000 of the principal of the debt soda In. a quart of water, applied Is no mean musician himself He Is and nearly $1,000,000,000 of Inter with a rough cloth, will remove tho a fine Gaelic scholar ana an advo est thereon each year, constitutes old varnish very easily when you cato of the restoration of the na furniture. tlonal tongue, tho basis of the ilscal programme wish to d, The funeral of John B. Beeler, a leading citizen of New Albany, was held Tuesday morning from Holy DIVISION S. ' Trinity church, Jlev. Charles Curran First and third" Fridays, Hlbtratea celebrating requiem high mass. For many years he was one of New 0 Home, Portland. Albany's most active business men, Prosident Tim O'Leary. but since his retirement had been Vice President Walter Murphy. living on his farm near the city. Financial Secretary John .Brod-erlc- Deceased was a liberal man and 1850 Portland avenue. generous donor to charity. He Recording Secretary John A. leaves a wide circle of friends and Martin. relatives, who mourn his death. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. Many friends feel great sympathy Sergeant-at-Arm- s Shee-haMartin for Edward C. and Mary 'Rose Uehleln, from whom the Angel of Sentinel Thomas Noone. Death has taken their son Edward Clarence. The grandson of David Gibbons, 725 West Broadway, the little fellow won his DIVISION 4. Meets second and fourth Monday. way Into all hearts, who are consoled by tho thought that an angel Bertrand Hall, Sixth street' now looks down from heaven. The President John J. Barry. funeral took place from tho CatheVice President Mark J. Ryan. dral Monday afternoon. Recording Secretary Lawrence D. Meany. SHOWING UP ENGLAND. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Langan, 2114 Hale avenue. From London the Associated Press Treasurer John F. Burke. reports that some of the comforts Sergeant-at-Arm- s Patrick Con of religion come high in England, nelly. just as the price of shoes, of ships Sentinel M. J. McDermott. and sealing wax also soars. Ten thousand cadets attending various private schools In and around LonREFORM don decided recently to hold a memorial service In honor of' their comrades who had fallen In the Great War. To make the services typical of the city they appointed a delega(Continued from Page 1.) tion to wait upon the ecclesiastical warders of St. Paul's Cathedral and awhile with the .comedy cops the request that the great old church benegro sneaks around the house and come the scene of their solemn raps one of his pursuers In the service of remembrance. After due bean, leaving him a la Jess Wlllard. consideration the ecclesiastical wardDid tho other valiant pursuer then ers of old St. Paul's sent a communicome to the rescue of his partner cation to the cadets stating that with or make a vigorous search for him? the cost of the choir, the clergy, the We are soriy to say that he did not. vergers, special printing and various to the His friends say that it started rain- other essentials accessory the total bill ing at the time and he had to go memorial service, The memorial home for an umbrella. Anyway he would be $1,000, wont and went quick, and It is will be held on 'the green In Hyde rumored that the press bureau will Park. St. Paul's Is the church maingive him honorable mention In the tained by the British Government, police bulletin for using discretion and Is a striking example of English and judgment. It's a mystery to feeling for those who sacrificed their many why the Keystone boys are lives that that nation might not regular William S. Hart's in hand- suffer Hun defeat. ling a gun when "women and children CENTENNLVL. are around, having big records In shooting Innocent bystanders, but One of the big events of tho as for plunking a negro criminal really in their batting average is nil, and they summer though not haven't broke Into the box score yet. Louisville, but very near will occur In August, when tho centenary of I. A. FIFTEEN In nearly every neighborhood the consecration of St. Joseph's thoro's a "bug" who is the victim church. In Bardstown, the old of all practical jokes, and this story cathedral, will be celebrated. This is of ono who lives on Portland church, three years In building, and avenue and bears the same name 100 years old, today looks as though as the Prohibition emblem. For it had but recently been finished, years this bird believed he was cut so marvelously Is It preserved and out for a Hawkshaw or Sherlock taken care of. This church is the n Holmes and during the Democratic mccca lor many tourists ana everybody used to "kid" him Piers, for the fame of Us beauty, f handsome paintings " when he applied for a job on the an" police or detective force. They went adorning Us interior, has spread far Dean farther and had him buv a lot of and v.l present Cornelius J. O'Con- pastor, bum disguises, hide behind tele- - nel1 ,s "s When tho church was consecrated graph poles and trail people going tn thn KRimrv nr hnrhor aimn fnr August 8. 1819. the 'Rev. Robert instance to keep his hand In as a Abell, a speaker of power, delivered sleuth. When the present admin- - ,ne sermon. Fifty years later, . at Istratlon went In our aspiring Nick 'e goiuen juuuee m iooa, ua This Carter put In his usual application addressed the y congregation. J' one, and landed a job on the police foice, year. s l?fr celebra-of the powers that be probably seeing the great features of this of LIVES IN PEACE. nt .iifForonro hotpn him inrt fho tlon will be that a Koystoners they had been inflicting h Rev. Robert Abell, the Rev. J. 'nn Mia liynnvsn Marie Harrison, a Ona of Ilia J Abell. Of St. JohU S, Ky., IS tO writes or rollclous conditions In Irp- - superiors showed a smart turn, how- - ueirver lne cemenmai auaress. some members land: "I have been amazed to dls- - ever. He told the "bug" that he' rho Dominicans, cover in Ireland not so much but so was much impressed with the latter's f which order were present when little bitterness, not so manv but so sleuthing abilities and for a final tnP church was consecrated, will In this church Catholics 'test he wanted tho now Keystoner conduct a mission few rellRloim quanels. and ProteBtants live together today i to come around in disguise as a preparatory to the centennial Jubilee. In Kreat hnrmonv, and discordant house painter. The faithful sleuth They lla' always been participants notes are Invariably those sounded reported in overalls and to complete 'n tho great events connected with ny noimciiinH unu iiiL'uuiuauiuw iauu,tnn discuihe carriea a name DUCKei.- "i"' St. Joseph's was formerly the to whom party politics are the laud brush. His boss immediately greatest jov in life. Tho rpllclous ,uut him to work painting his homo. cathedral of the diocese. quarrels In Ireland have been paint- - and while not an art,lstlc job It Is GIVEN SERVICE CROSS. ed In such lurid colors that one perfectly satisfactory to tho boss Imagine would that the whole who had his house painted free, and Lieut. Col. Neal Power of San "onntry was seething with rellelous the "bug" exposed the crime of the Deputy hatred. In actual fact, Ireland lives weather and wear and tear on the Francisco, and Pqst State of Califor-of the Knights of Columbus todav In sreat peace and quietness house If nothing else, nia, has been awarded the DistinIn all religious matters " guished Service Cross, "for excepDANGER PASSED. tionally meritorious service," as PURKST IX KUROPK. head of the special disciplinary diviJohn P. Cassllly, who underwent Expeditionary American Savs Cardinal Mercier: "The Irish an operation at St. Joseph's Infirma- sion, Impeople are the oldest and purest na- ry this past week, Is now Improving Forces. In charge of the morecases, noble and his many friends hope to see portant general tionality In Europe, and their according to a cablegram received Hdherance to' faith and nationality him out shortly. Monday. the most glorious record In history." COMING HOME. HITS FRENCH HARD. SURE GOT EVEN'. a well William S. Hanrahan, President Eamon De Valera of the Church usher (confidentially) known local boy, who has been loa That woman I just seated Is Mrs'. cated at Charleston, S. .C, for the IrishIn Republic made LordVigorous reply New York to Lieutenant "Ptuckup. She had me sent round to past year, will arrive home tomor-- ' French's" attempt to Justify England's the baek door when I called one day row. continued domination of Ireland. Made me on a business errand. Answering French's assertions that transact the business through a ten Irishmen would vote APPOINTED ASSISTANT. nine servant, ,tpo. Jlut I've got even for British connection and that Irewith her. The Right Rev. Bishop .of Indlan- - land is in a state ot rebellion and You have given her one XVland lapous lias appoinwu ine ate v. vintrtra anarchy) (President Do Valera spoke GREAT PERSHING STADIUM." of the best pews In the church. INSPECTING to the Itev. thus of England's "Impartiality." Usher1 Walt half an hour. She's Walsh as assistant "Lord French has forgotten the Gen Pershing, accompanied by American Engineers, inspecting the rlaht. where a stained glass window Charles Curran 'at Holy Trinity Pont near Paris.1 elections of last Decembw. A bare great Perahing stadium at Jolnvllle-L- e will throw a red light on her,noe. 'church, New Albany. 1818-182k, n. two-year-o- ld rango of colors, also black; July saie boc 20 pieces only of this Black Dress Voile that Is of a medium weight and a regular 40c grade; July sale price ....25c White Skirting Materials, In plain and fancy weaves; all 24 Inches wide and values up to 59c; July sale 80c 38-inc- wliln tnnA OGftVUb, Ht);B aalttnffni In n knnitfl,nl ,11 o UVUUULU1 h Your choice of ono nrlil lot nt Colored Beach Cloth; the width is i 6 inches and values up to 49c in recular assortment! .Tnlv sale price 25c One lot of Plaid Voiles; splendid styles for house and children's dresses; in regular stock they sell at 35c; July sale price .ioc 1,200 e yards of Natural Linen Color Batlsto of a fine mercerized quality; our regular price of this batiste is 35c a yard; July sale price 10c 25 pieces of Mercerized Quality Batiste in flesh color,, for making nnrl undenrarmnntn gowns; our regular prlco Is 39c a yaru; juiy sale 25c 36-ln- ch Yard-wid- UNCLE SAM'S INVESTORS Liberty Bonds are the best investment in the world. We advise all investors to hold their bonds, but if veu have to sell for personal reason get the best prices. We Buy Liberty Bonds For Cash Bring in er mail your bond. dantial. See Mr. H. L. Wailing. Immediate sale confi- - e, Corporate Securities Co. United States Government Brokers' License FINE 115 S. FOURTH ST. 20 per cent of tho voters voted for the English union and seventy-thre-e out of one hundred and Ave parliamentary representatives wero chosen on the direct issue of Independence, separation from England and tho establishment of tho republic. "These elections were by secret ballot. Lord French and his agents had control. He only put a few hun dred of the leading Republicans in jail. He probably recognizes now that he should have imprisoned tho whole Republican party and put all the printing presses out of commission and then, well, then there might have been some sense In his nine to one.' Will Lord French accept a plebesclte now? Oh, no! The conditions are not suitable. We have expressed our willingness to abide by a plebesclte of the Irish people. Of course there Is rebellion. Have the Irish people no right to rise up against a system which is founded today on the bayonets of 30,000 soldiers? Of ckxurse there Is 'anarchy,' but the anarchists arc Lord French, Ian MacPherson and their associates." United States Senator James D. Phelan consulted with President De Vdlera about tho latter's trip to California next week. Senator Phelan said after tho talk: "President De Valera is a devotee of peace and without bluster. He can not Imagine a permanent peace with Ireland left out. He said that ten of the fourteen points favor Irish independence, so America wUl have failed of her purpose in going into war if she fails Ireland now. EnKland has had an alliance and secret treaty with Japan. United they are a world menace. The League ot Nations Is expected to bring them within tho law of nations. If Eng land and the United States are to be brought together for the practical work, of peace It would be very wise for both of them, In the circumstance to see that Irish rights are lecocnlzed and that she be made at once a party to the league." LOUISVILLE, KY GOWNS 3ASEBALL IVlon., Tues., Wed., Thurs. 1 GAMES 3:15 M. MEN'S PUOTHING ST. PAUL VS. LOUISVILLE Rsner Ved and Box Seato at Lea Lewis' Fonrth and Marhet. " CHI -J- R0-PR ACTOR Itemorta (ha Ctuu Nature D tb0 IcaJtor. CoarelUUon CfTIrooractla Silk Shirts Analjilj Vice-Direct- or SWISS Office 315 Norton Boon May-noot- h, t, e, 'Utf A. M. trav-relg- C. B. Southerland Jl'BILARIANS. Three Dlshops of the church Hennessy or Wichita. Garvey of Altoona, and Harkins of Providence will celebrate the goldn jubilee of their ordination in the course of tho year. -- great-nephe- w Mv J non-Cathol- ' W&b3Eb1HRBHLbPBBD! SbbBbbbbHbLT flsprfVs B99VBBBBH'vBBBBBHBBlHBA&3fc VHPMnWlgMriinH aBaMPBBIBBBBBaV 4WbbI $,latt HMIVBsBBBBBBLHBBBBBBaaBB I I . ILBBBBBBBHRr " HBBHBsHuwfi.Lar B 2P3C? ' IbbBbbV t I M , I court-marti- al 5 JH v$ x . j H x 4tfraSilaEKsflHBft-Ml- JBBnBaBaBBBBBavBaBBBaTBBaTBaTBabll J jHbhRXitBbbIbIbSw BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBnVSBBmBKBlHft'-- ' iHJl -- t I tnnmmSSfflSSS&GKmffi out-io- SSBHSS ftteHBBaBaBaBaBaBaBBaHlHBalBaBaBaBaBrBBaH jSgaES K&KPQlaBaBaBaBaBaBaaBaBaBPfaHI BaBaBaBaHBaBaBaVBnvlB THE BIO FELLOW IN ACTION. Jesfl Wlllard in training at Toledo for battle on July 4, with Jack Dempsey, Insert, Jack Dempsey, the man Wlllard met, showing his fighting face, JE0BT1MJ01C. GOV. JAMES D. BLACK Sterling Democrat Who Has the Support of All Good Citizens Interested in and the K. of C. When they arrived the first two Innings were over and the Hibernians were out la front 10 to 1. Headed by Hugh Daly, the well known Montana capitalist, a party of 200 delegates and tourists left the Coast States before arriving in San Francisco for the convention. The party stopped en route at the larger cities, holding public rallies In the cause of Irish freedom, he sides punching holes in the League of Nations which does not provide for recognition of Ireland's independence. Mll AJM3MfcXOAJ!. BTTZXaD 3Bp$ ! FOR A GREATER LOUISVILLE. Turn Your Vacant Lot Into a Paying Investment JPil Kentucky's Welfare. i""JL335ai You Waited Years For :A --ow I&OTTWM OWN YOUR OWN HOME AND AVOID HIGH RENTS an Opportunity Like This You'll Wait Years Again PRESIDENT OF THE IRISH REPUBLIC. Edward de Valera, first President of the Irish Republic, photographed at the Waldorf Astoria, New York, whore lie is stopping. The famous Sinn Fein leader was greeted by thousands when ho arrlvori at ho hotel. If twin orrr league. Red fire was burning in Limerick Have you seen people hunting this town over for a place to live? Have seen rents? Then meet the demand by building a house on that vacant lot, and turn it while you have a "ton market." m.l jUU nam a auic, aurc, uonaiu investment, Duy a jot and nuild a house on it. Don't wait for prices to eo downthey aren't going down for years. The time to build is when the market is good. Prices may be hiph so are your returns. Have you planned to own your own home Then now, if ever with rents going still higher, the time to build just what you've wanted and move into it. is You can get materials and labor and deliveries now a few months hence, when the building and Reconstruction movement is in full swing' you'll wonder why you pass the chance you have now. Every house you build releases another home or appartment adds to the posperity of the city adds to your prosperity, Talk this over with your contractor and start figuring today. ,pE nian team over the proud Knights of Columbus aggregation in the Twin City (Baseball League Sunday afternoon. And it was some victory. Build Now! It Will Furnish Employment Keep Times Good! too. The wearers of the green ran all over the K. of C. club, bringing In, a 12 to 2 victory, and sad to reCONTRIBUTED BY THE FOLLOWING FIRMS FOR MORE late many of the regular rooters for the Knights were seen to haste away AND BETTER BUILDINGS IN LOUISVILLE: from the awful bombardment. This victory leaves tho Hibernians and Gov. James D. Black is making splendid progress in his campaign for Guberna- Mackln clab tied for first honors. Louisville Gas and Electric Co. C. C. Mengel and Bros. Company the latter staging a ninth innlnc rany ana eroatfng the hard luck Norman Lumber Company Fred G. Jones & Company, (LUMBER; torial honors and is regarded by the Democrats as the logical successor to himself as Shawnee Athletic team by the score Coral Ridge Clay Products Co. to The Caloric Furnace Company Chief Executive. Gov. Black is the idol of the mountain region of the Commonwealth, of 5 and 4. Tomorrow the leaders Southern Brick and Tile Co. meet another battle royal is ex111) S. 4th. St. Pipe and Pipclcss Furnaces. pected on Diamond No. 1, whero T. Bishop, Agtent, Cor. 13th and Ormshy Pittsburgh Water Heating Co. and since coming to Frankfort he has made a host of friends who have perfected a they are scheduled. Tho X. Alumni Central Glass Company staged a batting practice exhibition Automatic "Water Heaters, 518 2 S. Second strong organization throughout the State and are working steadfastly for his nomina-tio- against the California club, the score 1 being 18 to 0, ana" the Alumni boys Ill . claim they are going to give another KNIGHTS OP His headquarters here are always thronged with notable men of Kentucky and wallop 'Benny to Bossmeyor's aggregation tomorrow. leaders from every section, each the bearer of the most encouraging tidings. No man meet the Shawnees. California will Standing to Late News That Will Interest has more endeared himself to the people than James D. Black, who is giving Kentucky date: Won Lost Pet Members Here and 6 2 750 an ideal administration of its affairs and whose sterling integrity of character and Mackin Council 6 Hibernians 2 .750 Knights of Columbus.. 5 3 .025 courteous treatment of all classes of people have combined to make him an ideal X. Alumni. .625 5 3 Shawnee Athletic Club. 2 6 .250 Buffalo Council has a member- Californians o 8 .000 ship of over 3,000. leader and standard bearer of the Democracy of the old Commonwealth. Another successful initiation has COLONELS UOME TUESDAY. been held at Creighton, Nob. Forty-nin- e The Louisville ball club will candidates were taken K close its away" from homo series at into the ranks last week at Yoakum, Indianapolis tomorrow, coming homo Texas. Tuesday to meet all of the Western Union Council of Syracuse has deWhat They Have Been Doing teams in turn and the first to open clared a 5 per cent, dividend on its here will be St. Paul. The St. Paul building stock. the Past Week General crowd has found the going a little A large class has just News Notes. stiffer since early In the season and Initiated at Portland. Ore., and been an have had a hard time hanging on other will follow this month. IN the top rung. The coming series Work will soon begin on the new Cool Cloth Palm Beach, Tropical Worsteds . Division 4 will meet Monday and with Louisville is sure to be an im- building at Portland, Or., lor which portant factor 1n the pennant race 3 next .Friday night. t ; 1 Division and Mohair Suits $10 to $38 e and the Colonels have a grand tne Knights are raising ?100,000. 1 William Ansbro, one of the voter- Louisiana Knights feel honored t nn TnfimhflrH nf th( nrAnr in nrt hn chance to knock the Kcllyltes out of and pleased that Right (Rev. Bishop their proud position. It Is conceded Oxfords for Men in all the very latest :' Bick list. that the four Eastern teams are Jeanmard has accepted appointment playing the best ball Just now, even as State Chaplain. Tho Indiana delegates to the styles $3.95 to $11 With three big initiation in two convention are now on their including Toledo, which has taken a spurt, and the St. Paul crew will months tho council at Carroll has ;J.way to San Francisco. nearly 1,200 members and holds Rocking Chair Union Suits, the perfect Indianapolis Hibernians will hold have a hard sledding for the next nowplace Colonels as a as the largest In Iowa. three a big Irish day celebration next whole weeks. Tho improvement in its summer underwear $1.50 to $6.00 Of tho numerous Initiations at month which will bo a record hitting are showing lately, Wortman, McCarthy Indianapolis none gave more general breaker. and Acoata beginning to hit near Miss Mary Keane, of Omaha, will their normal average, and with satisfaction than that of last week, Straw Hats, hundreds to select from, very when ninety-si- x were given the be one of Nebraska's representatives Davis, Tlncup, (Long, Anderson and major degrees. high class, hand finished styles at the National gathering at San Stewart pitching In turn a bettor $3.50 to $6.00 The Knights of Columbus Home Francisco. snowing can be made during the Company of Newport has increased COOL, TROPICAL WEIGHT TEXTURES, Seattle Hibernians are active in coming home stay. its capital from $7,500 to '$37,500, arranging for a monster day next which will provide for the erection PATTERNED AND STYLED WITH month for the friends of Irish Freeof a fine home building. dom fund. . Two buildings are to be erected by WHERE AIL THE Manager "Walter Murphy says if the order for welfare centers in the LOUISVILLE BIIGHT the club beats Mackin Council toPanama canal zone one at CristoGOES SPOT morrow they will never be headed bal on tho Atlantic Bide and the for the flag. other at Balboa on the Pacific. Buffalo will give the national The Kentucky Irish American will supreme convention a reception of print the pioceedings of the national great magnitude. The local commitconvention as reported by Fathec 3 tees have eveiy arrangement made York'B San Francisco Leader. for entertaining visitors and deleCounty 'President John Hennes3y HARVEY-JELLIC- O gates. and Tom Lynch are looking for the Hon. John X. Wegmann, of New K. of C.'s who tried to kid them Orleans, State Deputy Xor Louisiana, about the Hibernian ball team. (INCORPORATZD) begins his term of office with tho Owing to the distance and the determination to make this year the loss of time involved many delegates most successful one in the history find it impossible to mako the trip K V3nr of tho order in that State. to San Francisco for the convention DISTRIBUTORS OF THE! that meets there next week. JEEFEKSONVILLB. The 'Hibernians of Indianapolis NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON Lump-Co- al at the last County 'Board meeting by James E. Doyle, forty years old, unanimous vote appropriated $500 who was an assistant foreman at the as the first installment to the Irish car works, and one of the most Victory Fund being raided In InS6.50 widely known residents of Jefforson-vlllHY-3Vdiana. died at his home, 601 West Place your next order with us. Terms cash. Maurice Donnelly, who is known Front street, Tuesday night, follownationally for his activities in In ing a long illness from a complicadiana, now living on a ranch in tion of ailments. Ho wa3 a native North Dakota, Is In Indianapols and of that city and a son of tha late receiving the hearty greetings of the His Mr. and Mrs. James Doyle. Hibernians of the city and county. survivors au two fclsters, Miss Rosa Rev. William F. Dougherty, State Doyle and iMlsa Catherine Doyle, and BfeferefefefefefafeferflHBBH Chaplain and Pastor of the St. VinHe was a ' one brother, John Doyle. BTBTBTBTBTBTBTaTBHflBBBTfl church, Syracuse, will member of St. Augustine's church Woolens, Silks, Georgette, Crepe de cent deofPaul Empire State delegates be one the from childhood from where the BBBBBBBBLaBBBHlllBBiBBI VMMK-KnWarm Air Furnaces saved from summer rust and at the national convention. (He will funeral took place Thursday morn- Chine and All Dainty Materials. decay, smoke pipes removed, oiled and furnace over be prominent in the deliberation of ins ITALIAN LEADER TO FORM NEW that great body. Announcement was made Wednes- OABINET. YOUR GROCER HAS IT. day that Jamea Marra and Miss hauled and cleaned. Tim O'Leary, President of DiviFrancisco Sayerlo Nittl, former Alice L. Russell were auletly mar- sion 3, is sure a lucky cuss. (Meeting a member of the K. of C. on Mlnlster of tho Trcnsnrv. hnn hocn riaA In thn iwitnnr nf Pit. AiieimHno'fl MAGIC-KELLE- R the way to Shawnee Park Sunday a asked by the King of Italy to form church Tuesday eyenlng by the Kev. INCORPORATED bet of $5 was made on the outcome a new Cabinet, according to dispatch Michael Halpin. They are now in CITY 2181 MAIN 2933 , yAA,AAAAAAAAA'AA'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAykAA) of the game' between the A. O, H. ' from Rome. ,l Michigan on a wedding trip. and Portland Sunday evening, all because of the victory of the Hiber Hi Slilliiyl m 2SSOTB 3Hh HBI and flflB I57 1-- n. MUBUS T1 Dress Comfortably AND QUALITY HIBERNIANS. DON'T WORRY ABOUT THE HEAT K OUTING " na-(,tio- SUITS DIS-TINCTION. $10 to $35 Levy at Third Bros slMarket v COAL CO. 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