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Tho ham to go to the Sonate. following Senatorial election Mr. Hert will secure tho Republican nomination for the Senate, Air, Bingham will have the Democratic donkey play dead and, presto! Mr. Hert will Join his friend as the other iRlfH AMERICAN LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1919. PHONE: HOME Ofl MAIN I Taxltab Ct. tmx5m)mmsmammifmi Louisville Cartlace Every Driver an Escort. Incorporated VOLUME XLIII.-N- O. PRICE FIVE CENTS. strangers haven't gotten tho angle yet, and. thoy think the auto detective is a corn doctor with the regular ballyhoo lecture when they see By tho way, tho daily performance many would like to hear from Col. Potty on how much has been gathered In on this auto seizure fund, What it Is applied to or w,ho gets it. Members of tho General Council took a round about fling at tho Keystone police the other night in casting reflections on tho seedy, rusty uniforms of tho "yap" cops. Tho speakers didn't want to come right out and knock the Joko police, but used the attack on tho uniforms as a subterfuge and as a hint to Chief Petty and tho Board of Safety that the public were souring fast on tho police deteriorating department. Along thJs lino the Chief tried to offset the failure of his Keystonors as mounted police by purchasing" wholesale a lot of flivvers to carry tho "hicks" around. This hasn't worked very well though, as tho "boys from the sticks" Just don't seem to bo ablo to handle tho pesky Fords as well as street cars and there are numerous smashups and wrecks. This week the Lieutenant In tho Fourth Police district lost all control of the. "gol dcrned thing" and the flivver and Its rider climbed the sidewalk, thence Into a citizen's yard and made an effort to go uninvited into the man's house, only being balked by the narrowness of tho door. Of course, some Women and children narrowly es caped getting killed, but Pctty'a Keystoners must havo their fling. cosh dash it." No. there wasn't any mention of this in the daily papers, as it didn't get past tho on Col. Potty's auto ordinances and passes out a few pamphleU. Many DEMOCRATS Sounds From All Sections Rap Straddling Senator from Kentucky. .plausible and will be a pretty plan Policy of the Bingham that Is, If it works. Press. INTO ETERNAL REST. places. Though not unexpected, tho Rev. Gustavo A. Syndicate Politics Would Make Both lain of tho Vantroostenberghe, chapGood Shophord Convent at Eighth and Madison streets, died Hert nnd Bingham Our Tuesday morning of kidney and Senators. stomach trouble at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, where ho had been ill for ten days. Father Van was a priest widely known through- Deeply Humiliated ?y the Hissing Some Spirited Democratic Contests out Kentucky, where his big ' at tho New York and genial disposition won With Best of 'Harmony tho friendship of people or all Meeting. Prevailing. The classes and religious beliefs. history of his life is very interesting. Father Vantroostenberghe was- born In Bruges, Belgium, February 2, He attended the Louvain GIVEN OVATION IN CHICAGO. MORROW CAN'T LOSE WARLEY. 1849. College, finishing his theological studies at old St. Thomas Seminary in this diocese. When he arrived in a demonstration parts of the America for tho American missions Democrats from all "V Sreted Eamonn De Valera, Presi- State report that tho prospects for L .E",0 success In November are most flat- berghe.' 'pastor at Uniontown.ldeut of the Irlsh Republic, when he tering, tho "weakness of Morrow aa "Father was Van." as ho was called to,50 to spsak at a luncheon in his behead of tho Republican ticket distinguish him from his brother, in Chicago ing apparent to everyone, and it is was for many years pastor of St honor borne on last Saturday. He was the now whispered in the O. O. P. that Raphael's church in Daviess county, guests at the speaker'sshoulders of table Hert and Searcy certainly pulled a then went to St. Charles In Marlon carried around tho room as and he "boner" when they awarded Morrow county. Because of poor health he waved an Irish flag in one hand tho Gubernatorial nomination with- accepted the chaplainship of St. 'and an American out a contest. Either Gov. Black, Joseph's Hospital In Lexington, re- Do Valera camo to flag in tho other. Chicago Saturday Col. Noel can de- maming mere Judge Carroll or ume. txa- was recoived by being tho turning to thisior some ho became morningfitana HA Ol? n 1nfvn a corn- feat Morrow, the Governor 1 diocese, mlffaA n.Amil strongest of the three Judging from chaplain at tho Little Sisters of tho Among the events on his programme who Poor, then pastor at Hodgenville. tho attitudo of the Republicans Sunday was a mass meeting at the o want Carroll for tho nominee. So Some years later Father National League Baseball Park. fearful havo the Republican machine was called to Loulsvlllo In his luncheon address ho told become of Gov. Black that is was to act as chaplain of the Good his audltora they ware .llko th reported at a meeting Tuesday night Shepherds, on Eighth street, whore whom t Uneolu lronlcally He ob- in the Tyler Hotel that the "boob he remained until death. of ,.. . Keystone" police are tearing Gov. served on last May 19 the forty - dorlded, M upholacrs mni,0-tho- gret ",,. th invo ,ne cards down in this city, that fourth anniversary of his ordination. I? Black's else's of tho comedy cops who Anxiety over Belgium is believed to Is those ' Tho of can read and tell the difference be- have, hastened the death of Father duf'nms,sposted in public tween the cards Surteen' heart-edness would J)e disgrace to be at of rank In this tremendous crJI?.When tho long battle Is ovor andSMfee great victory won, every man md woman I or 'Irish blood will rejolcr but only thoso can xejoico hoHeetljj: who can Give tho right ringing araawer to tho Urge's American Recognition of tho question, "What did youfdo In tho Local Reform Administration Slip- war for Irish freedom?"' plug Badly and Federation Republic Formed by Irish' England's mercenaries rq paid to do their unholy work,, ," It is tho Men Silent. People. pride of American freemen that they can not bo bought to d? such .villainy, tout are eager to- - piy for tho holy Bascs Erin's Pica on the Ideas privilege of doing tho proud work, of City Hospital, Jail ami . Reign of to pay, freedom. Lot us be Crime Subject Advocated by President for tho privilege of helping Ireland. Many. . teV Wilson. DE VALERA SKIDDING FATHER EELTEN Sliver Jubilee of n WpII Know.) nnd Beloved Louisville Priest. i Festivities Will Begin Tomorrow and Continue Over Three Days. Fr K.0F1. lw General Council Takes a Shot ' Col. Potty's Keystone . Gen. Petaiit Honors Another Fearlesa r at Will Bo a Solemn, Interesting and Largely Attended Religious . Police. ' Occasion. - Secretary Who Front. to J ULL CUES SEARCY'S AUTO. ACTIVE AND EARNEST WORKER. '"V .! a fifteon-minut- Vantroos-tenburgh- nyf - The other State races are shaping up so as to give one a line on the winner, and many are busy picking the winning slate. In the Lieutenant Governor's race W. H. Shanks, of Stanford, although getting a lato start, has now assumed a strong lead and should win easily. In the Auditor's race Col. J. P. W. Brouse, of Somerset, has been making an energetic canvass and his friends predict that tho Bosworth followers will bo given tho surprise in their life. Strange to say, R. C. Muslck, of Jackson, is developing remarkable strength in, the cities for Attorney General and his managers predict him a winner. 'In tho contest for Clerk of tho Court of Appeals W. G. Baxter, of this city. Is making the race with John A. Goodman, of Todd county, and plans to secure a big vote here from the local DemoAlvin Steger, cratic organization. of Owen county, the other candidate, canhas been making a State-wid- e vass, and ciaims that he will run a better race than four years ago when he lost the nomination on a "fluke." Prof. R. S. Eubank is making a runaway race for Superintendent of Public Instruction, and the same applies to John W. Newman of Agriculture. for Commissioner Mat. S. Cohen made every post a winning one, as the turf sheet says, in his race for Secretary of State and needs only wait for the certificate of election. In tho Republican ranks thero is one Important feature but It Is a forbidden subject with the G. O. P. press and leaders and that Is tho Ked the Van- - forward as n .which srounds troostenbergho. of Brussels, who war ,and would make Peace" served as an interpreter in the Bel- - Africa Irish people had "seized He the Other srian army during tho war. The opportunity or me recent election to relatives reside in Belgium. solemn funeral services were held, prove In a peaceful manner that an Thursday morning in tho chapel of i"-.... ai.nnf.rv.i vm.v, .. UUUU .31iCiiU4A ionirtit tmm ' nubile. uesireu word inuepenuenT. re Tho 'secession,' as tUU where the remains wcro taken to applied to our movement for Independence, is a misapplication of Nazareth for burial. tho term, for there 'has been no previous voluntary union or partnerLITERATURE AVAILABLY). ship," ho said. "Our only demand of England is Tho employment bureau of the National War Council, 667 South that her forces of occupation be reFourth, asks- that the Catholic busi- moved in order that the Government ness girls bear in mind when looking set up by the Irish, of which I have the ihonor to bo tho Chief Executive, for a stenographer or SMf in substitute for them while on. may function as thoy desire it to To get baclrtoour goou"brothers' function. The recognition 6f this their vacations, and also to tell the That was the way It happened, and In the Men'! Federation, who used office whenever they hear or a Government and of tho republic by housetops about position in order to help some other the American nation as tho true Joseph Patrick Crowe, the fearless to orato from theunder Democratic vice clrl. The rest room of tho council Government of Ireland will assist us K. of C. Secretary, has Just recoived crime and a committee would be reign, and will not ho open on Sunday after materially In our efforts to carry word in his home in Binghamton, hanging around the Mayor's door I feol N. Y that Gen. Petain, Commander every noon during July ana August on out the will of the Irish, protest morning to register account of the extreme hot weather, certain that the American Govern- of the French armies, has awarded about this or that what theya charged to be open every ment will lespond to tho wishes of him tho Croix de Guerre with a gold to but will continue Imagine if you evening, Including Sunday, for the the American citizens, and I believe star. Tho citation was issued May can these things happening under meetings. A that this demonstration is a clear 5, and lie was then praised for his uso of individuals or any other but a "retho number of good magazines are now Indication of the wished of the bravery Inagain.Argonno wh'en he was form" ono. aJmlnistratlon and gamblNegro dives available foi homo reading. . The residents of this' great city of wounded Shortly after tho United. States ing houses wide open within a few July numbers of the Catholic World. Chicago." Referring to tho hissing of the went into tho war "JoeM Crowe tried Miuarea of the City Hall, prisoners the Atlantic Montniy ana xne uook-ma- n have been received, as well as name of President Wilson at De to enlist in the army, but was too bound for Frankfort start a riot in thoso of tho Catholic Charities Re- Valera's New York meeting the old. As a "Casey" under flro Major the Jail, atand the Jailer asks tho d Castle, of tho the Frankfort Penitentdivision, Warden also speaker said: . view, Extension Magazine, "What I think is this: I would says Crowe was a "man clear iary to please punish them and put weekly numbers of Amenca, tne them to bed for misbehaving ia the Survey, and tho Youths' Companion. be humiliated deeply if my presence through." unTho Jail; tho poor well as women are welcome in your country and my advocacy of fathers thousands of mothers and Loulsvlllo are charged a fee and$1.83 Men as of of heroic American soldiors fortunate the Just and reasonable claims of magazines. to borrow these the Irish should bo made the occa nnd sailors who died in England, per day to enter tho City Hospital, sion of any demonstrations of hostil France, Belgium and Germany will although the citizens of Louisville VTNCENTIAN COMMUNION. ity to your President. Ho- - is your Boon receive photographs of the pay taxes for tho upkeep of this milcandidacy of the colored Republicgraves whoro these boys lie. Recity Tomorrow morning the members1 President, and while as Americans cently tho "Casey" workers deco- lion dollar Institution; in the ans. Tho candidacy of Warley, the amTweek charter is violated week no doubt you havo a light to criti St. man for Legislature, is not of the local conferences of the as- cise, you will forglvo me colored the of police for saying rated all and mounds with laurel out by tho appointment residents and confined to Louisville but the colpr-e- d Vincent de Paul Society will so many letters were firemen who are not wreaths, and at St. Louis Bertrand"? that I feel it is not In good taste be received from of Kentucky have made it semble voters n parents and last in only way for church, and receive holy communion fore a stranger. I am here to ob- and sweethearts and wives, asking Ineligible least, other ways; rules and a State issue and the Juggling of lovers of liberty for a description of tho last resting but not Warley to lose Is to be robbed by in a body at the 7:30 o'clock mass. tain the aid of allthey embrace all place of their loved ones, that the ordinances to benefit the machine But the This is tho annual observance of thq in America, and tho Republican machine. Those who would identify Knights of Columbus decided to bosses. As for Instance, the arrest cure for this lies In the Warley feast of St. Vincent de Paul, their sections. any sections and those who photograph all the graves and send and backdown in the Searcy auto now in patron. It is expected that tho at- us with campaign slogan; which is of de- tendance will be about 500. In tho act unworthily of what is a holy them to the nearest kin of tho fallen caso. print: "Mr. Morrow Is sure Early Monday morning tho Keyare enemies of Ire feat if Warley Is cheated at the afternoon tho geperal meeting will cause, even the worst bo unconscious- fighters. stone pollco seized a big auto outside though it land, bo held In tho Knights of Columbus polls." Above each mound, In serried of the building, and purpose The Shelby Record has caught on Hall, where the annual reports will ly. I can not see any goodexaggera- rows, white crosses mark tho graves In accordance with tho usual custom, by tho press to tho curves of' the Bingham press. bo read by Secretary Thomas Bohan. that it served and on each cross Is plainly painted hauled it to Central Police Station, tion of the New York Incident. As tho name of tho dead American, Jds Judging from tho following in its I pointed out this morning one or company and the date ho was killed. where a fee of ? 3 is extracted from APPOINTED SECRETARY. "The Courier-Journlast issue: the owner before the machine is two in a meeting can make a great Times, while they have not and released. But horror of horrors! Miss Marguerito Hablch, of this noise, and it would be an obvious de they are for Governor, said who MAKES PARENTS ILVPPY. Keystonors who poor old the every way to city, has gone to Washington in the vice for thoso who arc opposed to have endeavored in brought the auto were called all the Black, and it is a capacity of private secretary to our cause tc send agents for that With the last mail from tho A. E. boneheads ia the category when It embarrass Gov. ten to ono shot hey are either for Congressman Ogden. This an honor purpose." F. word was received of tho pro- was discovered that the auto was They claim to not only to the young stenographer, motion of Second Lieut. William the property of His Most Royal Carroll or Morrow. IRISH RACE ARMY. Shiuniek to First Lieutenant of the LUighness Chesley Searcy, Chief be Democratic organs, yet they take but also to the school wherein she training. Miss Infantry, Second division, part for candidates in tho primary, received her business years England Fourth the Army of Occupation at Gazaboo and Trusted Keeper of the Helena's Fot' seven hundred now with and In doing so do not hesitate to Hablch is a .graduate of St. party. one has fought and has sought to de Coblenz. Germany. This Is quite a Wampum in tho Republican mako Republican capital for tho Commercial College, and is but For punishment tho poor Koystoners nominees of that party between of tho many whose records place tho stroy the Irish nation by uprooting distinction for tho Shelbyville boy were forced to clean oft the car, fill August and November. Judge Car- stamp of efficiency on 'the training it mrom its natiyo sou ana anving it because of the fact he was a Provis- up the gas tank and bring tho car with the scourge of flro and flame, ional Second Jjieulenant from the roll Is already handicapped by tho given at this institution. with tho scourgo of famine and per- first training camp and at the ex back to its proper place. Then for support of these Louisville dallies secution, with the scourgo of degra piration of two years ho was to have further punishment thoy were forced DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. to do uemocraiic. that claim steps dation and calumny, to tho four cor- taken an examination for secona to go up the County Attorney C. E. Evans, of on Tho degreo team of Sister Mary ners of tho world, thinking that at Lieutenant In the regular army, and on their hands and knees, and County, in an address to a Simpson Royal tho Tyler Jean Circle, of this city, accom- last the might of her empire would this: promotion coming ahead of the entering tha presence of His gathering of Democrats at Highness with many a salaam and .only by the enfeebled Hotel Tuesday) evening, also threw panied by many members visited bo opposed the race clinging to the time allotted speaks well for his kowtow offer abject apologies for Sunday afternoon, remnant of Courier-Journability as a soldier. Ho has been Jeffersonvlllo last a broadside at the overseas since April, 1918, and was tho mistake. It is further rumored and Times, calling attention to their where thev initiated the chartor homeland. ' The glory of the present Irish in the major offenses. He is the son that instead of securing tho customperformance membership and Instituted the represent "straddling" ary 3 for tho auto seizure the auto is that it is showing EngEd: tho and their continued attempts to stir cently organized clrclo of city. movement she is confronted not by of Mr. and Mrs. gave D. Shinn!ek, pirates had to cough up ?3 for the land that also another Shelbyville, who up strife in tho Democratic party. Daughters of Isabella in that million people in four and reform fund. of his country. Mr. Evans said that Democrats The occasion was a really pleasant Ireland, but by an aroused and en- son to the But ihere is the point we want to throughout the. State are predicting ono and the work of tho Sister raged Irish race thirty million make. What does ithe Men's Federhigh FROM TIHS CITY. Bingham press will support Mary Jean team received that the Btrong, meeting her with the face of ation think of this case, which is praise. Morrow and the Republican party. when Nemesis wherever her agents go a duplicate of Shelby Record Thomas Cummings and Joseph but cars of Lewis the result of the The opinion of tho Johnson, throughout the length and breadth Pfuolb, two Louisville boys, wore tho JOHN D. RUDD. d and is now becoming of tho United States, in tho Island Board of Safety, and Judge Bingof twelve Kentucky throughout Democrats continent of Australia, under the members of tho class .Mount 8L ham wore picked up for violation of irrarlnnfori fram John D. Rudd, aged seventy-ninhavo become wlso to tho fact that And outMaty the auto ordinance lawB? Men's Fedknown figure Southern Cross, and within tho tripthero Is method in the madnes3 of for many years a wellCatholic circles. ly locked gates of tho Peace Con Francis College, founded .by Knobs, side of our Anderson-Navarrat Floyd and In tho Bingham press. The attacks on on the streets nignt, louowing a ference. This Is tho army of the Leo, Provin-'cl- eration what a holler should como Very Rev. Gov. Black, Senator Stanley, Demo- died Tue3flay Irish race, springing, to arms, an The of Friars Father Conventuals, trom tho auto owners who are Minor to Central cratic appointees, Democratic organ- year's illness of stomach trouoie. - embattled nation, purposeful and dea fortune, he was a gener- termined to end the long enslave was present and conferred the hon forced to come down $3 for their izations, etc., are delivered In a lous wan enter tne Station and cough up being punishThree ment of tho motherland. ors. Tne graduates donor to all charities. "holier than thou" spirit, but they in cars, the $3 evidently T. at Miss unn Hi olr nnrwiftd- -i ammunition for years ago ho married him. Molllealso Every Irish man and woman in Franciscan Novitiate will Syracuse the ment because the owner is not a He receive prominent or Influential Republican. desire "to August, whore they Mr. Hert and tho Republican party. Burke, whosurvivesauum. n. iujiui, whose protestations of a thero has habit of the order solved the leaves a sister, airp. Speaking of the auto ordinances, the Many Democrats havo see the old land liberated The been any sincerity should be enrollin Michigan. combi- who resides purpose of tho actions of the near detective who PRIEST VISITS SISTER. spots cars in the central part of the funeral services were hold yester- ed today as soldiers of this great nation in this way: The the sure amuIng. This bird city Journal and Times will torpedo the day morning at been Cathedral, where army, in some 'branch of the Friends a regular at- of Irish Freedom or other society The Rev, George Harig, professor prpwlsis from curb to curb wlthi a Democratic party from all angles, he had long l afflWated with that nntlonal organiza of natural solence , at St. Patrick's big piece of chalk in his hand, and and if wrecked Mr. Bingham and tendant. miney-mo,- " tion, for every such society ia a regi- - Seminary, Menlo Park, Cal., has after saying his.frienda will assume control. Mr, Mrs. , dJUHHNSTOWN CATHEDRAL. meat standing' to arms for th- laat been here visiting his sister, Doyle, a few times marks a ear with the Bingham will obtain the nomination o sign, wWeh means the owngreat battle on the field of world- John 'A. Deyle, and Mr. for United ?tate Senator: Ws friend, Bveryona Father Harig freeaontly spends his er la to be nicked for $3. Now and In August tho plendld Cathedral wide public opinion. .Bom Hert. of the Republican party, Ireland, will ba, should oqwrider hie or her duty to be Bunraers in Louisville, where be has then he gutters a .big audience will .have the G. O. P. elephant lie of QueMfttown, about him( delivers a' little lecture th duty of a soldier, to whom it many (relatives and friends. year allowing Mr. Bing- - finally completed and dedicated, down that vived .by and-then booK-Keeper --- nd w. "SSSrJS; 2djMeTheophllus a brother. He weafnoS oWSi pXle .Tii Joseph Patrick Cro'wo Goes (Over the' ' "" t Well, tho local "reform" adminis.Top nnd Leg Blown SH . tration is skidding badly again and to Bits, . an S. O. S. call has been sent for the Men's Federation leaders to o bring their chains around: gambling, bootlegging, negro holdParents to Receive Php&jrraphs of ups and ono or two negro shootings, tho usual murder in the number, Graves Where ThcK$Boys on the programme this past Now Rest.'S week. In the negro murder case folthe "reform" administration lowed its Usual procedure. No report was made by tho Coroner, no ALL THE MOUNDS DECORATED. report was made by tho Chiof of rPolice, and the same old alibi was thrown out by tho Keystone police that they believed tho negro was A year ago this timeflt was and killed by unknown soldiers from midsummer moon flooded tho mud- Camp Taylor. Whenever our weardy fields of France In brflliant light. ers of the rusty uniforms don't arUp in the front line in the; Fond du rest or are afraid to arrest negro gamblers or Lac woods near Pont, a Mqusson tho charged to murderers tho crlnle Is unknown soldiers at boche "mlnnles" wore trapping big Camp Taylor. Our Shelbyville Chief holes in chi. division staged another of his famous shake-up- s positions and tho 325th,, regiment this week in tho police departwas cut off from supplied. ment, but In line with nast perform In the clear moonlight it was ances there was no change that suicide to rush supplies 'tpvlhe upper would glvo us somo Teal police In trenches and none tfiidilt'.1" Thnn tn stead of a bunch of "yap" motor-me- n tho amazement of tho Anjericans' a Secretary and conductors. "Jimmy" Cunningham was made was, cllnlbed over tho naranet. and probin the dragging a huge burlap vtbag after Captain because Sixth district, had a ably ho already him crawled through thegrirno to bring his boys smokes,-- chocolate Captain's uuilorm, and Judging from appearances uniforms are scarcer and doughnuts. Within' ajfdw yards than men. Speaking of Shelbyville, of the communication'irench tho ex- that thriving little burg is well reploding shells closed nearer and presented In the Chief's office, tho nearer to the big fellow, ho Bell lay flat and still in tie shdbwof a Chief and Acting Night Chiefvoting both hailing from there, shell hole. A tho bocho had found thoirage,"ad they there In 1917, and It is rumored picked up "Casoy," his ,le blown, to that Col. Petty canvassed his town 'tor a secretary bUtwas unable to bits, but smiling: , JW. , t 1 p . anti-vic- be-I- pg .. Eighty-secon- d, umbrella as a protection against tho rain. Spectators along the route roared with laughter, but the driver probably believed he was living up to tho Republican of protection at least fiom the rain. There Is a man on South Eighteenth street who, in company with the insurance men who had to pay, can't see anytning junnj about the "hick" firemen. His gar-- 1 ago was on fire. The comedy fire- men camo and put it out. At least thought they put tho flro out.l Anyway tho flames uroke out ana back they came on the second run, but instead of getting to Work on the fire they became involved In a hot argument as to why the fire broke opt again. While the argument grew hot so did tho Are, and that was the end of the story, also one-hand- ed censor. The fire department hasn't filled up with "hicks" as fast as the po lice department, because the nre un denwriters kicked so strenuously, but the insurant men ought to give fa- vorablo mention Ip their next Teport to the reel driver who drove away tho other night to a flro holdings an doc-tri- no The celebration of the twenty-fift-h anniversary of the ordination of Rev. Father Francis Felten to the holy priesthood will be one of tho most solemn, Interesting and largely attended religious occasions of tho Catholic dloceso ,of Louisville. Not only is Father Felten well known in Catholic ministerial circles, but he Is also the treasuored friend of the most, prominent citizens of Louif- Mile. At present the lubllarl.in la the belove.l pastor of St. Martin's cnurcn on Shelby and Gray streets. wiucn uirougn nis executive ability has become one of the most prosres- bivo pansnes ot tno city. itev. Francis Felten was born at Osnabruck,, Hanover, Germany, on March 6, 1872. After completing his college education thero in 1888 ho made his study of philosophy at the university or Vienna, Austria, and later studied theology at Eichstadt, Bavaria. His last year in the seminary was spent at Chur, Switzerland, On July 22, 1894, with Papal dispensation, ho was ordained to the holy priesthood at tho age of twenty-two. . Eighty-secon- heart-broke- Inter-Southe- rn al How tbe'young neophito hanDened to come to America will be found in the following narrative: He was going through some old papers of his deceased mother when he came across the address of an aunt siding in Louisville. He wrote to her telling her that he was about to bo ordained to the priesthood. 'She in her Joy at the news told the late Rev. Francis Zabler, pastor of St. Martin's church. Ho in turn spoke to Bishop McCloskey, who availed himself of the opportunity of having the young neophite ordained for his thoukfcjjwgtmJt-- dlocose .earaire. Father Felten arrived in .e- -. ijSLtouisvttle on October 6; .'1894,'s-an'- d 4 Uls first mass in America was YOUR OWN HOME celebrated In tho church of which The stronK tendency for homo he is uow pastor. Father Felten was e ownership to make for stability of first appointed chaplain of St. owner and to bring out in him soph's Orphanage, later becoming the best traits of citizensnip are pastor of St. John's church near thus stressed In a statement made Paducah. From there ho came to Louisville and presided at the by Cardinal Gibbons: "The root of the commonwealth Church of tho Blessed Sacrament on In pro- Washington street during tho vacaIs the homes of the people. portion as our people own their tion of its pastor. His permanent work really began homes, the country gains In stability. It with his accepting tho appointment Home is the primeval school. Is the best and most hallowed and as pastor of St. Augustine's colored most potential of all academies, and church at Fourteenth and Broadway. the parent, especially the mother, His work at this church, of which he Is the first and most influential and was pastor for eighteen years, stands needs no cherished of all teachers. The In- out like an open hook andsay: to dividual and national character may comment further than One event"He we who runs may be traced to tho training imparted might mention read."connection with in under the domestic Toof, and its his work at St. Augustine's was tho beneficial of baneful Influence may disposal of the property at Fourby the religious and be gauged Broadway the teenth standard of tho family circle. purchase and property and and erecmoral tho of your homo bo your own home; Let tion of a now church and tectory at the sanctuary of domestic peace, Thirteenth and Broadway, accomparental love. Let dis- plished by his Judgment and foresobriety and content and angry words be ban- sight. ished from it, and under such inOn May 13, 1917, Father Felten fluences your children will grow In was appointed to succeed tho lato virtue. Above all, let it be the Rev. Louis C. Ohio as pastor of St. asylum of daily prayer and then tho Martin's church. his usual angels of God and tho God ot angel3 energy he went to With and tho work, will be there." evidences of his short pastorate can best be told by looking over the TIIH3N. BISHOP field of his work. The parish has been fully reorganized, the buildings The Right Rev. J. Henry Tihen, have been rejuvenated and the surdelegate to roundings have taken on a park-llk- o Bishop of Denver and the Hibernian convention that open- appearance, which1 speak moro ed Tuesday in San Francisco, cele- eloquently than words could express. birthday anAs an acknowledgment of Us brated his flfty-elghniversary on Monday. Bishop Tihen earnest labors, tho following Jubilee Ho programme has been briefly outwas born at Oldenburg, Ind. was ordained to the priesthood April lined: Sunday, evening, 8 o'clock, the 20, 188C, and consecrated Bishop of Lincoln on July G, 1911. His trans- celebration wJll be for the parish at fer to the Seo of Denver took place large, consisting of musical numbers September 21, 1917. Ho Is ono ot by the church choir and orchestra, tho great mon of the church. address , by a leading clergyman, . re-th- ey , Jo-thth -- II aI mi " ' QUIETLY WEDDED. Leo Stephen Glenn, of this city, arid Miss Ann Cecilia McHugh. of Bowling Green, were quietly marHoly ried Tuesday afternoon at O'ConName church, the Rev. John nor performing the ceremony. Tho nniv attendants were Mr, and Irs. nm riiiiv.li .T TTntran. immeuisueiy the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. h Glenn left for a two week' visit to rencnu Lick Springs. Miss mchurw is daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Mc Hugh. of Bowling ureen. ECTAFSES. Inter-Southe- rn al presentation of the Jubilarlan with a purse and gifts from tho various church organizations. Monday morning at 9 o'clock solemn high mass for children of tho parish followed by their, celebration. Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock the Jubllarian'a solemn high mass, atvisiting tended by about soventy-fiv- o priests, followed by a banquet at 1 p. m. At s o ciocK in tne evening festivities for tho choir and .the jubilarlan committees. HIGHLY ELATED. i ono-ha- lf eei-vlc- e wide-sprea- e. I I non-worki- ng o, al I Hert-Blngha- m "ene-mea- e, - hoo-do- President Georgo Nabers nnd the Catholic Orphan Society feol highly elated over tho success of the Fourth Tiior win he a rjartlal eclipse of ' of July picnic for tho benefit of tho the moon on the evening of Novem- St. Vincent and St Thomas Orphan of the moon's Homes. At a largely attended meet h ber B Only diameter will pass within the shadow ing Monday night at the Knights of v. Anriii Tho last ecllDso'of the Columbus Hall tho awards of prizes year will occur on tho morning of! were made in a most satisfactory $100 November 22. and will come within ' manner. The lucky winnersof Thip- hnn.lq wor T.Pll J. Haclcetl. and Grand, and Mrs. section of the United States. ABtro partial i riraun. J. jwnur, iiutij'iuuiwi nomors aescrme n as Cedar. Fifty dollar bonds were eclipse of tho sun. awarded Jero Bacon for tho orphans and Dr, J, M. Morris, 1935 NAZARETH. Frankfort avenue. F. A. Kauff, 1456 Sixth street, received the diaTho retreat for the Sisters of mond Ting, while the phonograph Charity at Nazareth, which began went to J. I. Hall, 527 M street. on Thursday of last week, conducted The Kentucky Irish American can by the Rev. Father O'Connor, S. J., safely say tho net proceeds wnl exwill come to the'solemn close today, ceed ?12,000. To all who in any the foast of St. Vincent de "Paul. Xay contributed to this saeceas the This was the second retreat and was society and orphans wish to ijqpvew attended by about 400 Sisters. their gratitude. one-fift-- ,., .. ssnaJstTZJOtirxr KE.NTD6KY IRISH iiisiii -- ajmckjesjcoaj!- MERKM. IncerporHci. coming events. Social Club. July 22. Reunion, games and chicken supper of St. Denis parish on church grounds. July 22-2- 3 Lawn fete of St. Charles Borroraco church on church PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. rwted to the Sochi and Moil A5vncnent of Irish Americans antf Cthollej Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's Institute and Catholic Knigbts of America. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTINO CO., Second-Cla- n July 22 Moonlight excursion on East St. Louis, Macktn Council Popular With Democrats of LouisviUe and State. m VOTE FOR OF ELKTON, TODD COUNTY . Popular Billy Baxter Making a Strenuous Fight for John A. Goodman for Clerk of the Court of Appeals. ' Publishers ., t SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE Cntcred at the LoulivMIe Poitoftlce at Matter. 319-32- C0PV5c tMratt all Communloatlom to tho KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 1 Wait Oreen St. grounds. July 24 Annual picnic of St. Aloysius church, at Peweo Valley, church grounds. August 5 Annual picnic for Holy Trinity church on Park grounds, St. s. John A. Goodman THE ONLY CANDIDATE FROM THE THIRD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 4 Matthews, PARADES ffij$jft CUNCILfr v LOUISVILLE, KY.. SHOULD UK INVITED. . .SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1919 best American policy. But England can arrago the whole business very We do not know definitely yot neatly by making a settlement with whether De Valera, the President of Ireland?" A very good way out. if the settho Irish republic, will visit here. Wo suppose ho will. We have heard tlement is In accordance with justice reports that he has been or will bo and Irish, aspirations. If not, It may officially Invited by our leading as well not be offered. The Irish cJHzens to pay us a visit. This is no problem will persist until justice is more than proper courtesy to the done to Ireland. And America will man who has been duly elected as be Interested Until Ireland is free. President of the Irish republic. One LOOK OUT, EPISCOPALIANS' thing 'has struck ua in connection with) tho speeches delivered by De The Western Recorder, an official Valera. Ho is entirely sane, and ap- organ of the Baptist church, which peals to America's love for democand which racy and liberty for a hearing. That is bitterly has for years been taking a fall out appeal goes home, for Americans are of we benighted "Papists" and "Rolovers of liberty everywhere. manists", has now' gone after our good Episcopalian brothers, and in DELICATE question. anti-Cathol- ic 5. Annual picnic and supper of Holy Trinity' church, St. Matthews, on church grounds. August 5 and 6 fet. Columba'a annual lawn fete, fried chicken supper, euchre and lotto, church grounds, Thirty-fift-h and Market. Lawn fote of August St. Louis Bortrand's church, on lawn of Bertram! Hall. August chicken j ' S ftaaaHur A. hHbv BTaTaTaTarr.. .aaLaaH iaaHaKBBBH sJbHbBbbbH I SOCIETY. iHr "West I f1 jg JMBPa Jata-. iJfekflRiseBHJlHMi FOR DEMOCRATIC FOR "J bbbV visiting friends at Mr. and Mrs. B. Shea have been Point. Thornberry at Parkview. Miss Mary Tiernoy, of Portland, has .been visiting Mrs. Murray Mr. and Mrs. Barney Martin, of Joffersonville, havo returned from a visit to relatives in Detroit. Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Krull and niece, Miss Emma Rice, left for At lantic City and New York on Friday, Mrs. (Thomas Monyhan and Miss Mertio Edwards, of Jeffersonville, have returned from a visit to A few weeks ago some N K . f Nover since tho days of the Crusades has tho world beheld such a suplime spectacle as when millions of the best in our land crossed the ocean, endured unspeakable hardi' ships and sued their blood in order to secure for England, France, Italy, Belgium and tho other allied nations. They appealed to uj. "With their backs to tho wall," as Sir Douglas Haig expressed it, they called to us for aid. Wo gave generously and cheerfully that they might exercise their rights of Visiting in New York City tho wiro avon' Tire wak? We asked for nothing In return expast week were iMrs. H. A. .Herrick, Robert C. Baldwin, A. S. Holmes Declaration of Independence, the cept that tho principle of the DeclarIn a speech delivered on his reation of Independence be acknowand Joseph iP. Smith. turn homo President "Wilson said: League of Nations and Ireledged by them, that governments "The American went in, and if it Miss Julia"" Cunningham, of Inderive "thejr Just powers from the land's Freedom. . had not been for America THE WAR dianapolis, and Miss Edyth All, of consent of the governed." We have saved England, France, Italy and Southern Heights, spent tho week WOULD NOT HAVE BEEN WON. end visiting at Wilsonville. other allied nations. But there is My heart swells with a pride that I NAVAL CHOIR SAXG THE MASS. a nation whoso civllazation is as old can not express when I think of the Mr. and Mrs. James Fitzgerald, of as any of these, there is a nation men who crossed the seas from the Western boulevard, enjoyed a which preserved the civllazation of short but pleasant- visit with Mrs. Europe Wnen England, Franco and America to fight on those battlei IfaW Ivor, nnrlnr ic ttirnll nf Vim. Ella Vogt, Meadowbrook. fields" A 'he Victory Fete field mass at baric conquerors, there is a nation Douglas Haig, the Field Marshal Mrs. Ellen Lyons, who was visit- the Charleston navy yard, celebrated which has been persecuted, accord-undhead of the British army, gave the the cuspieces of the Knights ing to tho English btatesman, John ing her daughter, Mrs. Miles Bums, 'answer to (President Wilson in an and Mr. Bums ,of Ravenna, has re of Columbue. the Rev. E. A. Bred- - Moslv. as no other nation In the turned to her homo in South Louis- - man, chaplain, U. S. N acted as Christian cia has been persecuted, address &t Newcastle: ., celebrant or the mass, assisted by there Is a nation that has never y10"Don't forcet it was the BRITISH Father Hyiand and Rev. Father knowledged the right of its EMPIRE THAT WON THIS WAR. Martin Eggers announces the en- while Rev. J. J. May was queror to govern It, and when that ,.. , nr nwi gagement of his daughter.. Muriel master of ceremonies. Present In nation. Ireland, begs for tho right Dornthv. tn P. fiyrnpat AVnllnnrinrff the sanctuary were Bishop Russell, 0f Allies. It was necessary and right at the council Rev. T. McElroy and Rev. M. J. 0f nations, she is told there that The wedding will take place In OARSO.V INSUIrs AMERICA. that we should do eo to buck them Reddln. Right Rev. William T. is an internal affair of Great Britain J up all we could while the fighting Russell held the attention of tho What. If France had so replied to The 12 th of July celebrations was going on, but don't forget it Very Rev. J. L. Heenan, Prior of audience while he delivered a power- - UR when wo asked aid after our were out Saturday In was the British Empire that won on a carriedscale. Sir EdwardUlste St. Louis Bertrand's church, left ful address on the Declaration of Declaration of the right of large Ca this week on his annual vacation, the League of Nations termination? this war." son, the Orange leader, speaking Has our Declaration going to Atlantic City and and Ireland's freedom. The navy 0f Independence and the principles This is tho same Haig who was the demonstration In Belfast said: yard choir rendered a beautiful mass it proclaims become but a scrap of "There is a campaign going on In whining for America's help and in F under the able direction of paper? Have our treasures been at the "fighting with their back to the America by tho present moment, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Kolb and Mrs. J. E. WIngo. Bishop Russell poured out and our blood been shed fostered Catholic Church, daughters, Misses Lorlne and Rose spoke as follows wall" was the British plea during which will soon be joined by the for no purpose but to make us the Today we commemorate the oc- laughing-stoctho last year of the war. Gen. Foch, Germans, in order to create a great Kolb, left Tuesday for Baltimore and of future generaNearly twenty years ago Hon. James D. Black, a leader of a staunch City, where they will spend casion when our forefathers, flinging tions? feeling. Heaven knows Atlantic Cardinal Mercier, King Albert and off the shackles of Great Britain, debo?n said that we have no little band of mountain Democrats, who wero Democrats from principle I want gool feeling between America three weeks. It has others arc on record as saying that clared these United Staxes a separate more right to demand and not for the spoils of office, asked recognition at tho hands of hi3 country. I believe tho Ampng the army officers America saved them all, yet John and this nation.' If was an event fraught for It eland than England has party, but recognition was denied and he went down a victim of machine whole future of tho world probably at the McAlpin last week were With the most conse- to ask us to give independence to Bull with hits characteristic greed depends upon the relations between D. Lieut. I am sorry that politics. Ho lived then as now in tho Republican stronghold of Knox and hypocrisy will not concede the United States of America and Strouse, O. A. Church. Lieut. H. and quences not only for the peoplo of the Flllpplnos. Lieut. J. B. Million county, where Democrats are few and far between. His friends and credit to anyone else. Yet many ourselves, but I am not going to Major V. H. Strohm, all of Ken the United States, but for the whole such a' statement can be attributed world. This was due to the fact to an American, Wore the Flllpkindred, hl3 own brother even, wero Republicans, but James D. Black submit to this kind of a campaign, tucky. wonder why Ireland wants to llvo that" their net was not merely a re- plnos ever an Independent nation friendship or any other whether accepted defeat without a murmur and stuck loyally to his party for separately from this bully and des- purpose. for seriously say to America volt against tyranny but because as Ireland was? Did the Flllpplnos I Mrs. W. P. Bannon nnd daughter, their declarations of the reasons Impotic nation. save the civilization of Europe as fifteen years, asking nothing more than tho privilege of voting year today: You attend to your own af- Miss Henrietta Bannon, left Friday after year for his party's nominees" tho tickets often Including those we will attend to ours. You fnr fMiirarm in tnlfp n trln nn tho pelling them embodies the funda- Ireland did' Have wo persecuted fairs; who helped dofeat hl3 own aspirations. Four years ago Mr. Black, now lOOk after yOUr OWn Questions at r!,rn Tnlrna nnrl will iuifnrn rnlnrn. mentals of all just government. Two the Flllpplnos as England has perseLUCKY FOR OAKSOX. Name the Edmund home: we will look after ours. We nff epen,i a week flt Mackinac Is- - hundred years before the discovery cuted Ireland? one of the State's moat prominent and successful lawyers, modestly . of America those principles of our Burkes, the Tom Moores, tho Wel... u.uun uv, iiiv.iiiyuvc iana, Lord Carson, the rebellious North ...III V.rtl.- re lnlfl,fainnna In Declaration of Independence were lingtons, fhe and the asked to be nominated not for Governor as before, but for tho little oy any country, nowof Ireland Englishman, says he own atrairs ever powerful. It is not for that daughters, upheld as 03sential Catholic doctrine other statesmen, poets and generals office of Lieutenant Governor, in order that the fighting Democrats of .Mrs. C. J. Carney theologian, St. that the Flllpplnos have contributed the Eleventh District might at least havo a place on tho ticket. A strong doesn't want America meddling in we waged the great war of inde- Misses Mary Jano and and Carolyn Eliza- by our greatest England's affairs. It's lucky for pendence which hns just been con- beth Carney, of Xow Albany, left Thomas of Acquln. For this reason to the world's honor roll! Moreover, effort was made to deprive him of this hono, but tho people at the domineering. Carson and his kind cluded. What right had an Ameri- this week to snend a month with I take tho principles enunciated in have not the Flllpplnos their own polls placed him upon tho ticket and bullded wiser than they knew. as my text. Brief- legislature and are wo not sincerely country that America meddled in the recent can mission to come to this hospital- Mrs. Carney's parents, Air. and Mrs. that declaration endeavor to accent- ready to give them their Indepen- In the political cataclysm that followed, when the Democrats had to ly today I shall come here in a breach of Cowley, at Freeport, 111. James war, or they would! havo been earn- ity uate two of the leading ideas in dence tho .moment they shall be able fight for the very life of the party, Judge Black's name was a of one nation toward another ing their bread by the sweat of to attempt to stir up Btrlfe in mat- - Miss Mary Ryan spent the past that declaration of Independence and to maintain It. Where then Is tho of strength for weaker men on tho ticket, and when the votes tower were tlielr brow and paying tribute to tprs in which they were not con wfik In iShelbvvIIle. the cuest of conclude with a recommendation of parity? Shame that such an utteri Mr. our duty in tho present crisis of our ance ever Issued from the mouth counted his name, like Abou Ben Adhem's, led all the rest. JIo led his and Mrs. Dennis Ryan. Germany. nected?' national existence. The fathers of of an American! Does not all the hard pressod ticket with 0,000 majority, whllo all others trailed behind. uarson denounced air, I air Horace Plunkett. who he said was' J. T. Fitzglbbons has returned our country declaro In this docu- world know that tho reason the Somo got In by tho skin of their teeth and others failed to get In at all. AMERICA IS INTERESTED. why Ireland has not Knox county, overturning a Republican majority n ment of independence that they hold only reason elected Chairman of the Irish con- - ffom a visit to friends in of upwards of 2,000, as is because Engthe truth that all because he was "thoroughly vllle. English officialdom is reported to na1ed aml distrusted by both sides," men are endowed by their Creator land has the might to enforce her went for Black and hundreds of mountain Republicans followed his leadership and saved the Democratic party from a crushing defeat. Tho bo very wrathy because America and. added the speaker, "a nlco mess Mr. and. .Mrs, Elmer Hancock and with certain inalienable rlghtsr that thraldom? Did we not cross the At evinces more than a passing interest he. made of it.' little daughter. Mlrs Patricia Anne among these are lire, libertytoand the lantic with our army and navy to Eleventh District, the rejected stone, had become tho foundation of securo prove that right and not might shall Hancock, and Mrs. R. A. Hancock, of pursuit of happiness. That Democratic success with its unexpected Dmocratic gains. A grateful in the Irish cause a: this Jime. Even Have all our BRANCH AT MOBILE. Louisville, are spending a part of these rights government? are in- govern tho world! party should recognize Mr. Black's services by promoting him to tho the Chicago Tribune, that a few Mm summer with Mrs. Hancock's stituted among men, deriving their efforts resulted irt. enabling one of July 6 St. Mdry's narents. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Will Just powers from, the consent of the nations whom we freed to office of Governor with the same unanimity that tho Republicans have months ago insisted that the Irish On Sunday. tho governed. tighten still moro her bonds of recognized the man who would have won but for Judge Black. A man question should be kept away from, Branch of the Catholic Knights of iams, at Pewee Valleys My friends, wO are drifting from thraldom over a smaller nation America, Is forced to admit that wo Amenea was orgamzea n noDiie. of his recognized ability, his d democracy, his unquestioned start ng with a charter list of 100 Misses Agnes Wellington and Mary these sound principles. There is a a nation to whom England has loyalty and his d have now.-aIrish problem here In meniberB popularity should head tho Democratic ticket a naRev. Fath.er Thomas Agnes Gtaft left Sunday for Kansas decided tendency today to consider promised America, and It intimates that our Eaton is the Spiritual Director, and City to visit Mls3 Lucille Bell, who tho government as the creator of tion whose sons In every land fought this year, without another exhibition of machine politics and sleight-o- f to save England from hand performances In securing nominations and fastening about tho neck Irishmen are Just as persistent, our, his assistance to Supreme Organizer In spending the summer with her these rights. Many of our people and bled ' Irish question Just as firmly 'rooted John ' C. Norton, or New Orleans, uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. carried along by the swift current thraldom to Germany! of the Democratic party a load that will drag it down to tho bottom largely In making tho Wellington. We are now face to face with one On their, return they towards centralization of all power "The Kentucklan supported Judge Black In both and Its chance of loneevltv just as contributed organlza- - will stop in St Louis to spend a seem to forget that tho government of the critical problems of our of the sea. ch ft posslD,ty Tllf! promising oa in England. t,Ton ineeting was honored by the of his previous campaigns for Governor In 1900 and for Lieutenant of the United States does not create history. We are asked by the terms short time with friends. "If England wants to know how .presence nf the Supreme President tho right to life, liberty and the of tho league of nations to forego Governor in 1915. It sees no reason why It should-no- t do so again, all this stir came about." It says, "it ' of the Order, 'Dr. Felix Gaudin. of Capt. W. A. Clarko and Mrs. pursuit of happiness. God alone is some of our rights of independence if the purpose is to elect tho tlcke't after it is nominated. We believe has only to refer to the theory of , New Orleans, and tho Alabama State Clarke have been enjoying a pleas- the author of these rights. He has for the purpose of preserving the that Judge Black is tho strongest man in the Democratic party and for we do so. we shall bestowed thorn, upon each individual. world's neace. officers, Archie J. Liebert, John A. Frankfort the guaranteed integrity of race. Huneg ;v L. Killion and Edward ant visit at .Mrs. Jamesas the guests No man or any number of men, how- act against tho If that reason whatever influence tho Kentucklan has will bo given to him advice of WashingL. Newman. of Mr. and The Irish are a race and ihey claim n. Drearer. Each spoke words of They were anuch feted dtlrlng their ever large, cart justly claim to create ton, Jefferson, Monroe and Madison, again. The Hopklnsvillo Kentucklan. This who repeitedly warned us against nobody has guaranteed them any encouragement to the new members, visit, a niorning bridge party given these rlght3 or abblish them. government, like all other govern- rormlng alliances witn me nations thing except English rule. They which seemed to be very much for Mrs., Clarke and an automobile ments, must havo for its sole ob- abroad. X do not hesitate to say my duty as an American citizen. dignity and prosperity for 143 years. party to Woodford county, with a want their Independence warranted. like For n the moon- ject to safeguard that if we were sure that by this you as an American citizen I,should Slay God aid us in our decisions! picnic lunch spread In the and every other citizen, They allege that 'warranty has b'een light, being some of the pleasures. rights of its citizens. To curtail the league of nations the world's peace answer this question:, and having PARISH PICNIC. n WORLD'S LARGEST BUILDING. promised. rights of any citizen ex- would be secured, wo should be The longer it is denied cept In so far as is necessary to justified In Ignoring the advice of answered It to our satisfaction we Tuesday the annual picnic for tile tie longer it will complicate English ORPHAN SOCIETY. PIOXIO. I dare should make known our convictions x Tho Vatican Palace at Rome is prevent him from infringing upon the fathers of our country, The homo benefit of St. Joseph's parish, Wash. ' and American politics, to us to our representatives in tne Mouse the largest building in the world, ' John Tobe and the St, the equal rights of others, or to pre- say that if they could inspeak league and Senate at Washington. iPresldent rule bill' has been tabled again. ington street, will be given at Fonthis Joseph Orphan Society are receiving vent the exercise of his rights un- today and .1 they saw guarantee of acres, Let us consider the subject care- covering thirteen and There 'has ibeen a. reiteration of the taine Ferry Park. A cordial invita- encouraging reports from the' varL less the protection of the nations of nations a perpetual tion is extended to all to bring their fully, let ua listen to the arguments but with Its additions and enlargepolicy that Ulster must not be working ror tne an- demand it, would bo tyranny today peace, they would urge us to for- for and against this league of na- ments It was several baskets and spend the day. The ous committees centuries fh. Uteter is the minority, but members' of the parish havo been nual nlr.nle to be held on the or aa it was in 1776. The second idea get what they had said. But will tions, let us like our fathers in form- building. Tho most extensive builddeclaration we are honoring this league cf nations guarantee the It. ia Irish. Whoever heardof any preparing for a long time to make phanage grounds on July 29. The of the which I wish to emphaclze Is world's peace? That is the real ing tho constitution of the United ing In tho world constructed: at one grounds will .be more at- today success. candy anu tms of gathering, any that governments derive "their Just question the people of the country States prayerfully invoke the aid as time is the Pennsylvania station in j PWPl. y In Hwoet accord? organlza- -- cake picnic linen wheel Aand a coun- lawn andthan ever before' and .have powers from tractive wheel, and then Divine 3ftj Ma being' Some- try the consent of the gov- must 'answer through their repre- citizens Providenco, country, let us New York city, which occupies eight afore will bo conducted, for been wired so that there will be a of a free !;$fly always votes no. Aa well or- - which many handsome and useful brilliant illumination at night. For erned. That, whenever any form sentatives at Washington. While I answer, citizens, acres of ground and has exterior us American that government destructive can visualize the weeks the ladies have the a jkr the moon not to shine until all prizes have been, collected. Lotto been past two and now give promise of these ends, itbecomes right of the may result trom tnepossibilitiesseven- whether this promise of a world's walls, measuring about is the Tact inai of hustling mile. The Washington Urn tar turn pink. The iBritioa re- - will be played at 2:30 In the afternations of neace Justifies us in sacrificing a covers 153,112Capitol atfeet, or near variety people to alter or to abolish It, teen of the twenty-on- e noon. Tickets can bp obtained from of better meals with a larger square pre freedom Mtfltu-- Interest in the Irish ques- - any .member of the parish or at the than ever. ' The booths will be hand- and to institute a new government." this league are predominantly Cath-is part ofblood and purchased by with ' four acres. maintained cious myself what tfoo. Well, we'll &gr& it iwi't the, parsonage. some and are now nsarjy completed. This is what we call in thee times olic nations,. I ask God-given individual raised the question whether wo should not have colored councils of the Knights of Columbus. We agree with tho True Voice that this Is a delicate question but scarcely practical. There could not be more than three or four such councils in the whole country. The number of colored Catholics would justify no more. Either admit tho. Catholic negro to full membership in any council he chooses to join or exclude him Half-wa- y entirely. measures are dangerous ana in this case they would lead to complications. .ii its last issue delivers a typical Baptist broadddo against the Episcopal church, as follows:' iFor some time there have been outrageous church arrangements in connection with the Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland. Every student was forced to attend Episcopal services unless he would sign a statement that, for conscientious reasons, ho was opposed to attend these services. Of course a largo majority of he students could not conscientiously sign such a statement, though had wo been among tho number we would have had no hesitancy whatever in signing the statement. Any cnurcn tliat would deliberately bo a party to such ecclesiastical tyranny would afford abundant cause for us to conscien tiously absent ourselves from its ritualistic services. This, by tho way, recalls a little ancient history. Time was, In Virginia, when under Episcopal domination Baptists were whipped and imprisoned because they dared to worship Ood according to the dictates of their conscience, instead of worshipping Him according to the ecclesiastical whims of g a and clergy. Unfortunately, as far as our information extends, no Episcopal historian nan ever apologized Jor" the cruel and Inhuman treatment shown Baptists during tho early history of Virginia. In the light of religious conditions, which for quite a while obtained at Annapolis, and which ontj word from Episcopal church authorities would have remedied, it is altogether probable that such an apology will be long delayed. horse-racinwine-drinkin- JOHN A. GOODMAN. Hon. John A. Goodman, of ElisThe ion, Todd county. Is the only Democratic cnndldatc for office from the (Third district. Mr. Goodman seeks tho nomination Car Clerk of the Appellate Court and Is warmly Indorsed for the office by thousands of Democrats. Mr. Goodman was Circuit Clerk of years. Todd county for twenty-thre- o He Is highly thought of "by nil who know him and stands foremost In the TUmiJLSf State. tho.naxty-W.orl5craJit.t- Clerk Court of Appeals . . PRIMARY ELECTION SATURDAY, AUGUST 2. 1919 years under J. Morgan Chlnn. and Is rounding- up his fourth year under tho present clerk, R. W. Kecnon, and will hold his eamo position under Mr. Goodman. W. G. Baxter, who numbers his friends by, tho thousands, not only in tho city, but in the Stato at largo, ia a most capable Deputy, and Air. Goodman Is to bo congratulated upon his securing his .service. W. G. BAXTER. W. G. Baxter, of this city, has nlwaya dono yeoman service In the causo of Democracy and is now Deputy Cleric of tho Appellato Court, having sort ed four NAVY YARD of any people traditions, aspirations and power to govern themselves justify their demand for separate national whoso existence. John F. Donnelly, who has been overseas for a year, arrived in New York this week and will be homo Military Field Mass Celebrated Unin a few days. der ,usplcces of Knights Mrs. Mary Chawk, who was ill at of Columbus. Sts. iMary and Elizabeth Hospital, came home Monday and Is now im proving rapidly. Louisville people Tesldent in New Right Itov. Wllllaru T. Russell Held York last week were J. J. Kean, H, Attention of tho Vast McDowell, F. Noble, Miss Ida Loeser Audience, N. Barrett. and BLACKFORGOVERNOR g - er - ac-Re- v. con-Mack- in, s. i I k, anti-Briti- sh i , ".". - .,. I ' Kelly-'Kenny- s i Sbolby-ventio- self-evide- nt - . time-teste- wide-sprea- . God-give- God-give- I one-ha- lf d. v - one-ha- lf 'r er ' . -- .' !.':,- i i KEXJOKTS- IRI8H - MBIXOA:r. MEN TRY US $1.00 PALM BEACH SUITS THREE-PIEC- E FINE SUITS $1.50 WE ARE RESPONSIBLE. BEST SERVICE IN THE CITY. GOWNS Try Electric Washing Without Spending One Cent T F your foundress disappoints you and a big wash- ing stares you in the face, do not feel helpless. Just call 'up bur Commercial Department and ask us to send you an Electric Washing Machine for &frea' ' ' trial. . Puis Cleaning and Dyeing Co. INCORPORATED Exquisitely cleaned on short notice. SMeSsSBBBBBBK W'asaBBSB? !ssftfitaBniBBBSSBBBSiaiiilMM,iv'i iimimwl MJ.W'lillsWWili.-MEgjiigje- Both Phones 2635. H. J. BANNON, 421 W. Chestnut St. I President ind Managir. P. tANHON. JR., Vici Pns. and Treis. MEN'S CLOTHING Cleaned the government way. We know how! They come back to you sterile and clean. ESTIMATES FURNISHE6 On Marble, Granite Monuments and Markers. SI'KCIATj ATTENTION Given to Orders. Out-of-To- ' ! i I'ltlCES REASONABLE. P. BANNON PIPE CO. B. F. Marquess & Co.: 613 S. Fifth St. Louisville, Ky..1 Sewer and Culvert Pipe, Bannon's Patent Lidded Fine for Steam Conduits, Wall Coping, Drain Tile, Vitrified BrlcK, Fire Proofing, Fine Lining, Fire Brlcll Grate and Boiler Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tops. 2 OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. VrOIircS-TIiirleentli The Electric Washer and a capable demonstrator will be at your house quickly, and we will show you what electric service means by doing your week's washing right at your home. , Silk Shirts When JOHN B. RATTERMAN FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 . PHONES CITY 373.178G, CUMB. MAIN S07, and Breckinridge) and Ninth and Magnolia. 2 Call Main or City'2182 and ask for Commercial Dcpartnwru, ju k '. 'Ik w- - Don't forget thii offer. cleaned never lose their newness. One trial will conSwiss WEST MARKET STREET 12.17. vince you. Phones Shawnee West 1107a. No Cumherlaiul GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Louisville Gas & Electric IncoraeaeUd ..... .A SWISS Cleaners & Job Too Large or None Too Small. Dyers "SEE US." Liberty Electric and Repair Company Oar Motto: Prompt Service, Uet. tetfWorlc, Satisfied Customers. Phone City 3700 745 S. Sixth St. Louisville, Ky. CcC 1900 ., I . Phones 2207 Office 617 Fourth Ave. J Plant 909 S. Sixth St. ft sfi its A tTi if ifi " V VI 4 ir V v V" I Funeral f Director and Embalmerj i llT.lfll ' " 4 BOTH PHONES 810. !i . 99.9mMm4mmwmwfBff0W999tl & McELLIOH SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. SMOKE ITARPY'S Lady Dash Little 1,0c Fresh Ohio River Fish KKCE1VKD DAILY. OHIO RIVER I DOUGHERTY i: 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, n-- L J. 5c Made A A V- T V V 'V Funeral Directors Climb. Main 299S-- n H and Embalmers Homo City 2998 y iinjn. i2EH I Best " Cigars .1 A SPECIALTY. ! '' I t tttttt wn AAAAAA PA V L TT Segal ail & Boyer Fish Co. BOTH PHONES. fr''M'l"MlfrH"M-H-- East Jefferson Street. 'As Near to You aa tbe Nearest Phone" Homo City 10G1. I 1IMHHHU CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071.y FUNERAL A. FLOWERS HOME PHONE 88 VitVWIAWVVkVVkVVWWVVVW J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I 1 n$s Sl'KCIAL SPRAY $3.00 A SPECIAL WREATII $5.00 $1.35 Cincinnati $1.35 $2 Round Trip $2 ON STEAMERS JrlMt Hi We JSSKfxft nurtii Wffl America and Queen City At 5 P. M. Every Friday. 82S East Main, street. 4VrtMHWVUWUWWMWMWWVKWVUmWtWM City 2360. Main 2360-Y telegraph Flowers Everywhere C55o and River. Phone Main or City D. and Embalmer L. DirectorBlX Funeral 717-71- Allen (buntyf(Jil Snes m DR.' JOHN P. BECKER OPTOMETRIST, SPECIALIST IN FITTING GLASSES MEET THE BOAT TRIPS Every Sunday at o a. m. from Third 141. Hot Water Heaters Double Copper Coils Price 0 E. CHESTNUT LOITISVILLB, KY. flsrE?V IKIsbbbH Twenty Year' Erperieuce. Prices Reasonable. THOMAS KEENAN 1529 WEST MARKET STREET 315 Stnrks Building. Third Floor , Fourth aud Walnut. Phone City 1180. $12-5- 0 Connecting $4.00 l?xn!?ERA:iV OUR LUMBER DIRECTOR.. LUMBER &s Solid Coll KjmSBKt2Kf HRHHHsMiHHHHHHHBVVRRHMIrV vfjt Hssssssissssssssslssssssssssssssssssssssssv 3 IS GOOD FORDS REPAIRED pendant We Guaranteed Satisfactory 1813 ?9.50 W. M. CISSEXX Date St. Homo Slinirnce 1C01-- J. have If You Want the Best We Have It. Tori Repair the lnde- larorest Shop In IMfcEX W. G. RORK, PttMtnl O. INCORPORATED JONES OO. I Se. and Trcai. skilled cost. Our modern facilities mean service at reasonable 2 If You Are an Employer Worker City 3359 "Any Make Car Towed In" BROOK AND A STS. HERBERT JENKINS, And Need a Girl Worker, . OR DUGAN IR,V GARAGE J. DUQAN. If You Are a Girl Sain 3359 WEST BROADWAY VULCANIZING CO. t 8hop Ftiroman and General Manager BKOOIC 1315 SOOTH STREET And Need a Position CALL US INCORPORATED GUARANTEED VULCANIZING ' Office and Workrooms Northeast Corner Seventh and Bromlvray Louisville, Kentucky Home Phono City 2511 "Wo Are As Close To Ton As Yonr , Phone" CORNS,BUNIONS Inirowlej am Abnormal Ha!i Scientifically Treated Women's Activities, National Catholic War Council 027 South Fourth St. Dr. USB US STARK'S NEW METHOD SHOE REPAIR SHOP Proprietor. Only the very best material and highest class of workmanship. Work Our called for and delivered. work and service will please you. S. STARK, Uriah Z. LItsey East Side Fourth, Near Broadwayi CAMILLE DETERT, Chiropodist Employment Bureau. 507 Storks Baildinf OLD MAN HARRIS . Roth Ph-.- - na g- - n No. 3. No. 1, No. No. 4, J. R. Johnson, Gainesville Pool. No. 2. No. 1, Cherry, 4 miles routh. Susan Mooro Pioneer well that made the Gainesville Pool. No. 1. No. 2, J. R. Johnson lease flowed 1,200 O. No. 2, McReynolds Pool, barrel tank full in 32 hours. No. 5. No. 2, Mamie Johnson big gasser. 4 miles south of Scottsvllle. No. 8. No. 3, J. R. No. T.Tanks. Susan Moore lease Gainesville Pool. Johnson big gasser. No. 0. Mamie Johnson. No. 1, Gainesville Pool. TKimaSOKjmk "THEPILLITHAT WILL" HENRY C. MEfW LOUiaVIUUK,"KV.f. l We give special and prompt atwork. tention to 045 SOOTH rOUBTII AVENUE LOUISVILLE. ICY. Homo Phone, City 231 Cumb. Phone, Main 1288-- x out-of-to- TRY US ?'llte'PhLS ' Do You WanttoSell or Buy They work like a charm. Everyljbox sold to satisfy or your money .refunded. in ForftSale by Your Druggist packages. 25-ce- WHO AVON THE AVAR. Many have argued as to who won the war. TJio question Is now settled. Great Britain was the principal victor. Before the war the to- ? DO YOU WANT TO BHMi OR BUT a ' I can Sell or Trade or find Buyer for your Business, Farm, Mine or Property of any kind or descripunci have tion. We every Businesses Sale EnterIn alkind For prises of nt Phone Shawnee 42. most any part of Kentucky. Indiana and othes States. To Buy If Von Want or Private or Sell at Sale Auction Wo Are Motor Doctors, Skilled ExWrite or Call perts Are Heady to Serve Yon. AUTO OWNERS Full line of Tires, Tubes and AcBUSIKB8S 'EXCHANGE cessories. Tires. Rnd Tubes Vulcan-ized- . Attctioseer asfl" eal Estate t charged and reLOUISVILLE TRUST BLDQ. paired. Batteries 701,70 ETXSXXSSS C, MulflMIO un rORTLAND AUTO RBTAIRi CO., 87T X. TwsMtHUxtti St. tal population of the British Empire was 450,000,000, and the total area 12,400,000 square miles. At the present time her total population Is 483,000,000 and her area 16,500,000 square miles. Or In other words; under Great Britain's flag now. Is onerthlrd of the earth's area and of the world's populan tion. In the words of a. agitator, "Lloyd George will bring home tho 'bacon; and Wilfion will bring home, the' squeal." But England Is not the only winner. Japan Is carrying off enough Iqot to" make future peace Impossible. Kiaochau and Shantung with their large, popu-' lation have been placed under the ' yoke of yellow: imperialism. T The faahlonable 'stockings are sooar the world realizes that, J thin that thy are, transparent. one-quart- er well-know- ing our specialty. NATIONAL SAT CLEANING WORKS Albert Smith, Prop. 633 WEST MARKET STREET by military leaders and WILT WIN? WHO is ruled Home Phone, City B1C1 rules by Prussian methods, the betRev. Father Boes and the people ter for the world. Of course, Italy of St. Aloysius church have made is striving to bo a winner. With. every preparation tor their annual Give your boys an ednoatton that win preyara them for Ufa. n greed she claims Dal- - picnic and supper, to be held next raatla and Plume. Italy went Into Thursday on the church grounds at thia war primarily for plunder and Pnwnn Vallev. The feature of the ST. XAVIER'S XOLLEQE her representatives must hrlng some , evening will be the awarding of tho 113 W. Broadway, Iiosisville, Xy. back from France, otherwise the 7j?ord touring car and the barrel of Conducted by tho Xaverian Brother. people will think they have fought ' finnr ami who will be the winners. In vain, and a revolution might bosh has been an lnde-su- e. Courses, Preparatory Department. Lar?e Bwlmmfng-- Pool, Well Equipped Gymna I fnHahln worker and hoDes his sium, xenni mouernio. One tiling is wire: The peace con- - Louisville friends will come to the atro. Benjamin. "Mr. ference has shown that England. assiatance of the missions under his Japan and Italy fought foreman na- - care Lagrange and Pewee Valley tiona. England fought for the Ger-- cara l6ave the Interurban station man colonlee and part of the Turk- - jl haU nour and will stop at ah Empire; Japan fought for Shan- -j 'grounds. The ladles of the tung and Kaoohau, and Italy foiight? coner6eitatlou are known for the ror uauntUM anu Flume, to tiie;; eal3 .hey serve and thoy m uwqng xne spoiw, anu mignt , Sope to have mmy ol tneIr friends mauee Tlgnt. Amnle accomoda- t thnm. well-know- N. NOW IS THE TIME readers from 50 per cent, to 500 cent, on investments, who havo I MulisVi IFOR STRAW HAT per followed his "tips ' on what to buy "CLEANING. mining and when to sell, Avold j sulting- the rusli by con- stocks, during past in oil and knows year. He us now. Panama in tho ' Hat Cleaning- and Block "Who's Who" strictly oil game AH k Editor, has made scores of his .ISssfll information confidential. Year's subscription to Kentucky Oil Journal $2. (Free with each new subscription a beautiful map ot Kentucky oil fields an artist's idea of an airplane view of tho State, worth J5: 14x22 Inches.) Write for free sample copy 10 pages, 2 Illustrated, building, Louisville, Ky. 411-41Inter-Southern MEN'S BLACK OR TAN W0RKSH0ES $3.50 to. $600 Thois shoes are world tenters thoy look will' and they itaaa ths banffi of service. They are decerned built for service and they trader that service. 4 fi ' v FRED ERHART ARCHITECT ; aa i o I NORTON BUILDING. ttons for automobile parties will be had. and all, prizes will be positively IN.W.Cfrier Fnrtli as4 JOTcrst awarded on the ehureh grounds. anv SPALDING SHOE CO. XHtXTXBirrx axs aun'x Out ot rail the High-Re- nt vnunfa District smtwrxjcEcvr if-tx&f- AJbazntxtcjux RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our renders by accepting only firms of known responsibility. ' DEMOCRATS VOTE FOR Non-Assessabl- $300,000.00 Big Sinking Petroleum Co INCORPORATED 300,0,00 Shares of Treasury Stock Offered at Par, $1 Per Share No Prefer red Stock, Bonds or Mortgages. Full Paid, e. Correct Glasses Are as Important as the Right Medicine. We Make Glasses to Meet'the Requirements of Oculists' Prescriptions. ASK ANY OC OUST CAPITALIZATION $750,000.00 25 Producing Wells in Big Sinking District SUMMARIZED DESCRIPTION PROPERTIES Pendergrass undivided interest in Lee County One-halease, surrounded by the following producing properties: North Old Dominion Oil Company and Newell & Rogers leases. Hay Oil Company's Sloane Tract. East Taylor-Sout- h South Belle Point Oil Company's Shearer Tract. . West McCombs Producing & Refining Company's and Tract. Local Oil & Gas Company's Butcher-Hargi- s n County line. Barren County 2,476 acres near These leases are checkerboarded with several tracts on which wells are now being drilled. Metcalfe County 560 acres. Offset well now drilling to this lf 75-acr- THE BALL OPTICAL fll.'J FOURTH AVENUE OPP. MARY ANDEKSON WELDINM of Cars 0. REPAIRING Expert Attention On Repairs On All Makes SPECIALISTS ON FORD REPATJUNQ e AUTO WELDING & REPAIR GO. Both Phones 2300 ERNEST SMITH, Prop. 713 SOUTH SEVENTH ST., LOUISVILLE, KY. , Allen-Barre- BNGLEHARD'S IBnDBHJWS? IS oTt OIIEROKE)B ICED OTOA BLENDED PROPERLY Road Service. CLEANED, PACKED ASK YOUIt GROCER. Home City 8300 acreage. PRODUCTION 25 Producing Wells on Pendergrass lease that were drilled in at an initial daily production of from 50 to 300 barrels each. h royalty. Production is subject to DEVELOPMENT AND EQUIPMENT . Five Drilling Outfits now operating on Pendergrass lease. There has already been invested approximately $100,000 in the development of the property. one-sixt- JOHN D. ROMMEL CO. 014 South Third St. PISK TIRES ACCESSORIES & OO. ARTHUR A. WILL BUILDER 2431 MONTGOMERY STREET Some Phone Shawnee 1010 MANAGEMENT-OFFICE- RS AND DIRECTORS . 4 P.J.NOEL Of Harrodsburg, Mercer County, Por Company, vice president Brinkley Producing & Refining Company. Victor Mauck, President, Norristown Pa. President John Wood Manufacturing George H. Dimick, Jr., Louisville, Ky. President Duplex Oil Company, president Yolanda Oil Company, director Keystone Gas Company. ROBERTSON Headquarters lor CONTRACTOR FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTY See us about anything in real ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOW estate. We cell, buy and rent. 1815 S. Twenty-slxt-b St. 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Homo Phone City 4464. Home Phone Shawnee SG8 SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. Loans to those having regular InWM. P. BANNON comes or salary, with no publicity or red tape. Loans to housekeepers CONTRACTING PLASTERER n their personal security. Brook nnd Bloom F. It. POOLEY, Building, City 8380 Room 1, Courier-JournCumb. S. 15S-- T 415 8. Fourth Street. al JOHN B. O'LEARY SAM L. Abram Renick, Vice President, Winchester, Ky. President McCombs Producing & Refining Company, former president American Shorthorn Breeders' Association, former president American Pedigreed Live Stock Association. W. E. Harris, Field Superintendent, Winchester, Ky. Experienced oil operator Charles A. Weber Louisville, Ky. Vice president Central Consumers Company. r. K. YANN DAIRY COMPANY Incorporated. 508-51- 0 Home City 2803 REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTT SOUTn WENZEL ST. Both Phonos 4202 FRED HORNUNG, JR. PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING 712 West Jefferson Stroot Louisville, Ky. Home Phone Shaiwneo 801 HENRY GOSS Roofing, Guttering, Spouting Tin Roofs Repaired and Fainted Governor of Kentucky i t DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY Assures the People of Our State a Business Administration by . a Business Man Endorsed by leading Men and Newspapers of Kentucky DIVIDENDS It is anticipated that a dividend of 2 for July will be authorized by the board of directors at its mohthly meeting. Any increased dividends, compatible with the company's policy of expansion, will be in proportion to increased production. PURPOSE OP ISSUE The issue of this stock is for the purpose of completing the financing of the recent purchase of production and leases and to provide ample additional capital for ligitimate development and expansion operations. . - "SOUTHERN Morning" STAR" SLICED BACON 'All Ready for Your Griddle In the HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. Incorporated DEAD ANIMALS HIOHEST CASH Call Home Cumb. Phone Main 721. LOUISVILLE HAMBLY Asphalt Shingles a Specialty 2011 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. GLOBE PRICES Phono City SECURITY & LOAN CO. Incorporated. PAID A. Lazar, Manager 721; Money Advanced on Your Plain Note OO. RENDERING SHOE 312 West Jefferson Street (Second Floor) Home Phone City 29C7. Registers and Transfer Agents THE LOUISVILLE TRUST COMPANY, LOUISVILLE, KY.' THE UNITED STATES CORPORATION CO., NEW YORK CITY. BROS. STORES V Fitting Your Glasses In order that your glasses may be properly flitted and render max imum 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 your features. Superior Deep-curv. Lenses with any mounting in Jp4.oU stock ' Kryptok, the invisible bifocal, ground to. - nft gether, not cemented 90.UU, pl.UU e Depository NATIONAL BANK OF KENTUCKY, LOUISVILLE, KY. -- All Kinds of Footwear For the Whole Family Two HAMBLY'S Stores Shaw. 1716 City 7161 Legal details in connection with this issue have been passed on by Grubbs. & Grubbs, General Counsel. More detailed information on request. 20th and Portland. 18th and Magazine- - Home Phone City 1931 TOM TOLAKIS. Prop. 25 V. JelTorson St., Louisville, Ky. Suits Pressed While You Walt. Bats Cleaned and Blocked While ifou Walt Soldiers' Uniforms and Hats a Specialty. Work Called For and Delivered. Our Motto: "Sorrlce, National hatters Utention and Quality." Highl'd 7411 BIG SINKING Inter-Souther- n PETROLEUM INCORPORATED COMPANY Louisville, Kentucky. PEOPLE'S PROVIDENT ASSOCIATieB Incorporated n Cltliens Wai Organized 07 to Kak Well-know- TUB SIGN OP QUALITY East 180 OO. On furniture and Other Versonal Property at LOWEST BATES LO&HS KENTUCKY LAUNDRY Incorporated 014-02- "Scctna isDaliovittq" Building 2 COLEMAN BUILDING S. B. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON Onderhill Geo. uotn rnones zsse St. Dearborn Manager ENGLAND'S 611 S louriA Aye. Louisvle. Ky Greed Inter-Southe- rn Life LOUISVILLE, KY. ''l Vhy Insurance Co. d, nnd Hypocrisy Exposed Irish Commissioner Frank P.. Walsh. 0 "German East Africa ATea. square miles. Population, 7,605,294. There are C20 miles of coast line and many fine ports. "German Southwest Africa Area, 322,200 square miles. Population, 190,386. Immense deposits of Iron, by copper, lead and diamonds "German Samoan Islands Area over 1,000 square miles. Population, 384,-18- JAMES R. DUPPIN, President. not take an agency for a conservatively managed f medium-sizeclean, progressive company, whoso treatment of agents and policyholders and whoso standing and courtesies with all of the American Life Insurance Companies give It a position of the very highest rank? . CAPITAL, RESERVE AND SURPLUS FOR PROTEC-T10OF POLICYHOLDERS MORE THAN $4,5 CO.CCO Deposit with the State of Kentucky under the Compulsory Deposit Law more than $4600,000. Excess deposit over all requirements $1,000,000, or 20 per cent, more than the law requires. good, clean agency contracts with renewal commissions, For youinay build up a. business of your own and have an independent permanent income, address the Home Office of the Company. INTER-SOUTHERN. N bo-tn- LIFE INSURANCE CO. louisville, icr. FANQb iHl .Both Plumes 135 t For Rent, Sale or Exchange. - $5;85AAND UP- BLECTRIC CO. CHlLDERSINCORKQRATKD 333 W, Main Street LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK Por Your Savings U. S. Cover nmorit Protection. Mora than 35,000 Bank Account, representing 100,000 people with a total depoch of more than 10,000,000, la th monuraant of oonndance built by the peopU of Louisville at this sate, conservative sity.five-year-old'bau- UNDER THE BIG CLOCK MfARKET AT SECOND "The Bismarck Archipelago, the the German Islands of the Solomon Group, the German Portion of New Guinea Area, 94,200 square miles. Population, 530,984. "Britain lias seized Egypt. NineFATHER DUFFY'S APPJEAL. And Lloyd George Said: "England teen times' the King of England de Rev. Father Francis P. Duffy, clared, through his Government, that Chaplain of the Fighting Went Into War to Help Great Britain would never annex Small Nations." the Irish Regiment of New Egypt or declare a protectorate over York City, and who was awarded It. the highest honors of any chaplain "After the occupation England In the army and navy, made the folherself more than forty lowing stirring appeal for Irish freeJOILV HULL'S ENORMOUS GRAB pledged times not to remain permanently In dom In Madison Square Garden, New Egypt. "Notwithstanding this, England York City, last week: "We are here on this platform in has sized Egypt. Every vestige of uniform to represent the loyal serv Chairman Frank P. Walsh, of the her freedom has been swept away. men of Irish American 'Commission for the In"Egyptians are excluded from ice rendered bythe Republic of birth the positions of authority or emolument. and blood to during the late war. dependence of Ireland, has Just United a statement exposing the greed Conscript labor Is being Imposed Most ofStates belong to a regiment us upon itho fallaheen with gun and of England and shatters her hypo city, all that went lash. Thousands of Egyptians are volunteers, out of this all Irish, critical claim of plunging into the and nearly In being beaten with the knout and stronger In numbers war as a friend of small nations. than the the peace terms just completed Great are shot down by English soldiery; Brigade In the Civil War ever Irish Britain has seized nearly 1,000,000 their cities and villages are being We have l?It of our numbers, was. on square miles of territory with e ravished and burned. Her delegaFrance, nearly seven population of over 10,000,000 people tion of protest, consisting of emi- the fields of to rest there forever. and land that la rich in mineral:, nent Egyptian citizens, headed toy hundred men. Said Pasha Sagool, Vice President of who died under the folds of t etc. Conlmisslonor Walsh says: Republic. Almost of "On Novemer 10, 1914, Lloyd the Egyptian Assembly, lately in every man this we brought out from that George declared; 'As' the Lord terned for months at Malta, now us has come back bearing a wound llveth, England does 'not seek a yard are virtually hold prisoners in Paris stripe to niarke the blood that he 'We are In this war at England's command. of territory.' "The spoliation or Egypt ny Eng- ehed for thU country, and we have from motives of purest chivalry, to land adds to her already enormous come back here to raise our voice defend the weak.' we left "On February 27, 1915. Lloyd acquisitions an area of 350,000 lii the name of those whom country George indignantly denied that Eng- square miles, and a population of behind In France for the that they also loved so well a land deelred territorial or other ag- 13.000,000 route. "Apart from the greedy accom- voice of soldiers of Irish descent grandizement,, and that it was a lie plishment of England in the subjec- and blood, soldiers, friends of ours, manufactured 1jy the enemy'." , Now hece is au official list pfiEng-tan- tion of peoples and the acquisi- of every descent, men that loved for liberty to grb of rrichea And people tion of their terltory, her grip upon liberty and fought flair thn niinatlan in under the A&cma of the M oora- - the balance of the world Is im ..lu nur by the why one land of all tht world should mhwlon, nd.,demonatrtfl on whleh measurably streBBthaed . .. . J,le deprive. 01 diwwmbr 01 uoriy." kl tb lies ami deotrption ar: irwuy n. pumvmi. I Sixty-Ninted List of Territory nnd Peoples Award ed to Great Britain In Pence Terms. ' "Naura is a small Islet just south of the Equator. It is of tremendous value on account of the Tlchness of Its deposits. 35,136. "The American point about 'the Medley Hotel and Restaurant JNO. P. MORTON & CO. of the seas' was scrapped INCORPORATED outright. Right Services "Tho strategic advantage won by Established 1820. Louisville, Ky. England through the seizure of vast Right Prices territory, the rape of Egypt, and the Day and Night OFFICE OUTFITTKBS of Turkey's transfer to England power in relation to the Suez Canal PRINTERS WEST MARKET ST. STATIONERS makes 'not only the Mediterranean, 620 but all the seas, mere British lakes. Both Phonea 2406 "England likewise is dominant in THE VERY BEST A the control of the League of Nations, 81r Eric Drummond being given the Adolph Routllnger Secretariat. "European statesmen agree that INSU RANCH the Secretary of the L'.aguo of NaTORNADO, LIABILITY AND tions will be a powerful factor In PLATE GLASS holding England's imperialistic gains SOFT DRINKS 123 SOUTH THIRJ STREET and further her agressions." freedom RIUTLINOEE FIRE 00 EPPING'S J. M. h, LOUISVILLE SAVITGh AND DEPOSIT BANK Fourth and Central Avenue Three Per Cent. Paid on Saving Deposits. A General Banking Busl ness Transacted. K. PFED7FER SOUTn BUCKNER TOBACCONIST IMnln WHOLESALE 000 West Street Louisville, Ky. FLORIST 421 South Works. JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURE MOVER and PAOICER WAGON OR VAN Street Cut Flowers, Plants and Funeral Thirty-eight- h 2325 West Walnut Street PICNIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY Homo Phone Shawnee 1986 Phone Shawnee Highland 1033 JOS. V, S59-- L. Notional SPANINGER 5 Roofing and Supply Company Incorporated 124. W. Main City 1250; Main 1100-- Y GROCERY AND SALOON, FINE WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS Pitch, Conl Tnr, Tarrcn Felts, Grnvel ItoofluK (A Specialty). Phones r 870 Baxter Avenue 'Wfom'JYOo! Both Fnones .Movtr v3epicP. lETUSKNOWt Both Flumea Smith Motor Wheel $40 Twin motorcycle flOO. One Twin Indian. One R. 5. Single, ?C0. One Yale Twin cheap. 38x3 Inner Tubes, ?1.C0, Cut price on supplies. d' Local and lone distance moving with motor vans. Furniture, packing-- and Esshipping:. All work guaranteed. timates cheerfully furnished free of charge, AfTOTIOW (I (Incorporated) 4f6 Wm Ml JKf et A. JURKOIiD Is SOBS ft MTOBASB CO. R. L. DAVIS, S. er Agnt, Seventh awl Broadway a ' '&2r pf ifcEorxjojECY zj&xjbxi American. THE COSMOS OIL AND REFINING COMPANY Takes Leap Into the Deep Sand Big Gusher Field of Eastland County, Texas. The representative is now on way to Desdemonia,. where they will start development work on their tract in this great field, practically in the shadow of wells making from four to ten thousand barrels daily. This company is backed by many Louisville men and from various other sections of the country, among whom, are widely known experienced oil men Among those who are backing this company are such men as W. R. Tischendorf, Louisville, Ky. Paul Burlingame, Louisville, Ky S. T, Castleman, Louisville, Ky. T. P. Bradley, Louisville, Ky. E. B. Strube, Louisville, Ky. Geo. T. Browder, Louisville, Ky. F. T. Bradley, Lexington, Ky. H. H. Hutchinson, Middlesboro, Ky. Stanley Frost, Lexington, Ky. Col. Clyde Gaines, Winchester, Ky. H. L. James, Elizabethtown, Ky. J. B. Pierce, Elizabethtown, Ky. J. W. Calkins, Prairie Depot, Ohio. J. T. Cresap, Elizabethtown. Eli Howell, San Antonio, Texas. U. R. Templeton, Palestine, 111. Thos. R. Reid, Louisville, formerly of El Reno, Okla. And Others Whose Principal Object Is to See This Company Made One of the Biggest and Best Independent Companies to Be Found. Their Kentucky holdings are extensive, but it is to Texas that they look for the big production. They confidently believe that anywhere from five to ten thousand barrels daily is not too high to place the mark for their production by the first of January 1920, and every effort and energy will be directed toward this end. The initial offering of this stock is at fifty cents per share; thus giving the public an opportunity to get in at such a figure. as offers the best assurance for quick returns. It is expected that this block will be Republic oversubscribed at an early date, therefore those interested are urged to act now. Make your check payable to the Cosmos Oil and Refining Company, Rooms Nos. 703-44 Building, Louisville, Kentucky. mmmmmmm& 3AN0 CONCERTS" 4X 'rxiuvi srrains5fes-lft,UiMiMUl'aBm ' f tmm. t COLONELS VS. BREWEUS. HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY DIVISION ' a v bbi v m m . at KLirszz. nccr lAmCUlllC TVICE PAIL? , 3AMGING fiUiTMWuar7xriUvjn JL cc raccrcpia ui:u .SWIMMING n dSOPEH ' J V LOU1SVIL1E '5 BIG- rurov Xfi$ MuiirciumT CEHTERL& - 'i -- THfe KAMC : .:.. " tiXUO RESTAVRAMT POOl SANlTAtf DE - IVXE UPE EVERY NIGHT 2 I IHEKMAN STRAUS t rOURTH AVeNUt SONS MARKgT. STREET J ' JCOPOAArco We Give and Redeem Qold Tradlnff Stamps. Wash Fabrics You'll Want Ate In This July Sale. Your cholco of one lot of orcd Skirting Material; all 3G inches wide and values up to x ?1'.00 a yard; July Bale price..5c e Per4,000 'J cales, inyurds ofand light color-- tdark ings, with neat stripo and fig- -' ured styles; they are the 30c c values; July sale Percales; h White ,i for children's dresses and suits; 34 inches wide and our fine 35c .25c 'f grado; July sale price of White Dress pieces 50 Voiles; 38 Inches wide; of plain, sheer weaves und our- - regular .J 35c grade; July sale price 23c 25 nieces of Plain Coloroil Vollos; mercerized finish; with wldo tape selvage; In a beautiful ranEe of colors, also black; July Col-- S Yard-widLinen-finis- The Milwaukee team plays here again today, tomorrow and Monday, and as the Brewers are putting a lot of "pep" In their game the Colonels will have to be at their best to win a majority of the series. The twirler, former Louisville Jake Northrup, is with Milwaukee and s will pitch against his old this afternoon or tomorrow. Northrop after leaving Louisville went to Indianapolis and while with tho Lcok special delight in Hooslors beating the Colonels, which he did with great regularity. He has Just been sent back irom the Boston Braves and the fans wonder if he will still have ihls rabbit foot against J our present team. Tomorrow afternoon is Twin City day at EcllDse the Twin City League players 1 Ta"fk fans to turn out en masse to and root for tho Colonels and at the same time show appreciation of Owner Kneblekamp and the Louisville management. Look out for the ropes in tho field tomorrow.team-mate- . yet shed light upon their blindness, n ideal of First and third Fridays, Hibernian that the strong of a Just, the powernations, and 0 Portland, Home, ful protecting the weak, the weak world-unio1818-182- S.- - of Peace, was denied a place at tho peace table. Men have set them- -' selves up as the supreme arbiters of the destinies of nations and peoples. Let us pray that God may VOTE FOR President Tim O'Leary. Vice President Walter Murphy. Financial Secretary John 1850 Portland avenue. Recording Secretary John A. Martin. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Martin Sheo-naBrod-erlc- k, n. Sentinel Thomas Noone. DIVISION 4. Meets second and fourth Monday. Bertrand Hall, Sixth, street. D. Meany. President John J. Barry. Vice President Mark J. Ryan. Recording Secretary .Lawrence HOTEL FOK GIRLS. f I salo SOc 5 20, pieces only of this Black Dress Voile that is of a medium weight and a regular 40c grado; July sale price .. .23c Whlto Skirting Materials, in Dlaln and fancy weaves; all 24 inches wide and values up to 59c; July sale 3e 38-In- 2,000 yards of mill remnants of Fine Quality Mercerlzed-fln-ls- h Batiste with printed floral and figured designs; values from tho bolt up to 29c; July salc.Mc 40 bolts of Printed Dotted Dress Voiles; those have lmper-fections In the printing; they aro 3G inches wide and sell in perfect goods at 5Qc; July sale price 23c Your choice of one odd lot of Colored Beach Cloth; the width is 3G Inches and values up to 49c in regular assortment; July sale prlco .25c One lot ' of Plaid Voiles; splendid styles for house and children's dresses; in regular stock they sell at 35c; July U)c sale price e yards of 1,200 Natural Linen Color Batiste of a fine mercerized quality;' our regular price of this batiste is 35c a yard; July sale' prlco ...10c 3C-in- ch Yard-wid- The Catholic Society for Befriending Girls will open tho St. Ceclle hotel at Fel and Van Ness avenue, San Francisco, as a model hostelry for business girls and women earning email salaries within several weeks. The hotel, a largo building, 'admirably' located in the civic center, has been leased for a term of years by Most Itev. Archbishop Hanna, Director General of the society, and the work of Temod-elln- g in and making it every respect Is. already well under way When completed the St. Ceclle will accommodate from eighty to one hundred girls, and offer to tho young women the comforts of a modern hotel at moderate cost, together with, certain privileges which are keenly appreciated by the business girl of small salary. It is such" a place as the above that Louisville greatly needs, and which the Sisters of Mercy are anxious to make of the Visitation Homo for working girls. five-sto- ry te Financial Secretary Thomas Langan, 2114 Halo avenue. Treasurer John F. Burke. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Patrick Sentlnel M. J. Con-nelly- .- J. McDermott. tho United States. The nose of the statue Is four feet long, the right forefinger la eight feet long and five feet In circumference", and the head Is fourteen feet In height. TREATY AND relying with absolute confidence upon the strong, and all and working and living together in brotherly love, may be realized. It must be acknowledged, however, that from the present condition of tho world, with nations still pitted against nations, despite the signing of tho peace treaty, wo are very far from realizing this beautiful Ideal. Here in our own land It seems, a bitter campaign will be waged agaloftt tho adoption of the treaty and the plan of tho League of Nations. There is much to be said for it and against, but if objectionable features can be eradicated, if our sovereignty as a great free nation will be preserved and guaranteed, if the great purpose for which we entered the war, the freedom of all the small oppressed nations of the earth, Ireland Included, is acknowledged and achieved, then let us, for the sake of tho good of all mankind, "hitch our wagon to tho star," and with prayers for tho guidance of Congress and of our President, commit to God our future as a nation and a people. YOUR Dr.H.RMechling FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Subject to the Action of Democratic Primary, Satur- urday, August 2, 1919. I WANT YOU FOR ME FOR ILIR. ity making undergarments and gowns; our regular price is 39c a yard; July , salo 25c 25 pieces of Mercerized QualBatiste in flesh color, for ' HARVEY-JELLIC- O (INCORPORATE)) COAL CO. xjajttt High Grade - ky SJ&JRVIOE) Lump Coal -- DISTRIBUTORS OF THES Eastern-Kentuc- $6.50 Mac your PER TON., nxt order with in. Tcrms'caih,; The roots of tho liafr penetrate of an the skin about The peace treaty has bien signed Inch, Hair Is very strong. A single haB hair will bear a weight of about at Versailles. President Wilson returned, to the United States, bring- 1,150 grains. ing with - him the results of the FOlt WOMAN'S EYE. peace conference, which bind Inseparably the treaty and tho League Cotton frocks are popular for vacaIn a foreword the of Nations. Morning Star takes a calm view and tion wear. says: The fan Is enjoying revival In the Momentous days are these upon fashions, the Jarge ones most in which the fate of our country hangs, evidence. (or the League of Nations is part Don't forget that the floppy hat, and parcel of the treaty. If adopted, drooping and betides, for good or for the are made hat youth.the willowy whatever for will be com- hat evil, the United States ERECTING MEMORIAL. Hats made of organdie and mitted to a new policy, widely georgette on transparent frames are un divergent from that marked out for In tho center of the field of fashion. Tho Franciscan fathers have us by tho framers of our constitudertaken the erection of a church in tion, and which wo have followed Remember that the first quality Athlone, tho center of Ireland, .as a successful for nigh a century and, of a cotton net gown Is fullness. Tim memorial to tho Four Masters. a half. Ab a nation we are now same ruie noius guuu wjiu uit,uuuy. entering upon a new era, and It 'Don't forget that there Is a feelSTATUE OF LIBERTY. behooves us as a people to pause ing that the extremely long skirt, Tlie Statue of Liberty was pre- and ponder well this document In especially tor the street, has had our sented to the United States by which bound destinies will be Irrevoc- Its day. up with the othor naGowns of voile and foulards haro Franco in commemoration of the ably of the world. In the new path their place, but they do not usurp good will which lias existed between tions upon which we are entering there the nlchrf kept for tho coat and skirt tho two countries. Frederic Auguste experience our Bartholdl was the .artist and the is nothing in may past guided, no with Its white or colored blouse. be statue was travelled on Bedloe Is- by which we Crepe de chine continues to be land, New York harbor, October 28, light of other days to illumine the one pf the most sought-afte- r fabrics unknown path which wo are called for summer frocks. It Is used In Tho figure Is Tepousse, or hammer- upon to tread. and for all occasions In this hour, more than all others. all colorsoverlook the ed copper, 151 feet high, is crowned Don't a cuauem ana noias iu us in- ero we fix our signature to that!'rnri- - woo nn iiellnr fact that there wltn lino than That tended right hand a torch, while the by which we will forever bound and of a scant skirt that is too tight In arm clasps close to the body a enter Into engagements from which left when worn by a woman tablet having the inscription "Julyo we can not recede, must we realize the back little bit too plump. the necessity for Divine guidance. tfiat Is a 1776," Tho statue weighs 4, You certainly will not be out of tons and cot 1200,000, which Again must we deplore that in drawwas raised by popular subscription ing up this momentous contract for th.e picture If you have the suits or In France, The pedestal is 155 feet the government of tho world the frocks that you wear for walking In height and i of granite and con- Creator and Lord .of us all was, so made short enough to give you a crete. l cost $250,000, which was studiously Ignored, and the, chosen certain amount of comfort and sepaid for by popular subscription in Vicar on Earth of Christ, the Prince curity. , , one-twelf- th THE LEAGUE. SECRETARY OF STATE MAT S. COHEN Democratic Primary, August 2, 1919 . For ClerR of the Court of Appeals ALVIN STEGER OF OWEN .COUNTY SOLICITS' YOUR SUPPORT Democratic Primary, August 2, 1919. j i i ." This Price l.OtflsTor July Only Warm Alrylrurncicps saved from summer; rust and decay, smok pipes Vemove'd, oiled and fwmac oVr- )XiUU. uauicu aim uchusm. v.i.-jLijfc twen-ty-flv- cnr'M8i ." -- ,M' i ' GpEAjRIiSK : , MAIN 2933 A' ,,' f t i j ' 1tia&JSZ'J?ij&l?X .OVJCa A&OB?stXCAJ!.. BASEBALL BTTTXX ! Extraordinary Announcement A- Today, Tomorrow and Monday GAMES 3:15 1 M. FOR A GREATER LOUISVILLE. MILWAUkEE vs. Turn Your Vacant Lot Into a Paying Investment Louisville, Ky.f July 9, 1919. Refining Company, incorporated, closed a deal for the Tucker and Hinton leases in Allen county, which means that the Airplano can begin shipping , crude oil at once, through their own pipe line, which was included in the deal. The Airplane Oil & . LOUISVILLE Reserved and Box Seata at Lee Lewis' Fottrth and Market, CHI-R0-P- R AC-TO- R ,tJ I TUCKER LEASE Twelve producing wells; eleven connected with pumps and pipe line, St. Mary's crude oil engine,, with power enough to pump twenty wells. Two oil tanks 500 barrel capacity, with receiving tank of 100 barrel capacity. All equipment, and about 400 barrels of oil in tanks ready to run through pipe line. Best equipped lease in Allen county, 57 acres, present estimated production 100 barrels. Room for 10 more wells. iTIropnu-tl- Remores the Cause Nature Poe the Mealing. Con imitation and Analj-iFree. Office HINTON LEASE Seven producing wells; five on pump und these wells came in flowing, and still flowing each and one for 100 barrels with about 400 wells, present production estimated at about 45 315 pipe line with Navo engine. Three of when agitated. Two tanks 300 barrels barrels oil in same. Room for 30 more barrels. Hinton lease calls for 100 acres. Norton Hosts 10:M A. M. OWN YOUR OWN HOME AND AVOID HIGH RENTS You Waited Years For an Opportunity Like This You'll Wait Years Again DEARING LEASE One producing well on pump, connected with tank 250 barrel capacity and 'Well No. 2 ready to be shot and connected up. Both can be pumped from Tucker lease., Acreage 200 Room for 50 or 60 more wells oil struck at 105 feet. FLOYD COUNTY anti-cline. ' near the big oil companies s in Floyd county 200 acres on one of the best drilled or sold later. now operating there to be METCALFE COUNTY 1651 acres in Metcalfe county near production V sold later as the directors see fit. Have you seen people hantine 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 "top market." C. B. Soufherland If you want a safe, sure, certain investment, buy a lot and build a house on it. Don't wait for prices to go down they aren'fgoing down for years. The time to build is when the market is good. Prices may be hiphso are your returns. Have you planned to own your own home Then now, if ever with rents going still higher, is the time to build just what you've wanted and move into it. Funeral Directors You can get materials and labor and deliveries now a few months hence, when the building and Embalmers. 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 810 FBHR AVBIVXTB VabvfaoM ISM. city adds to your prosperity, Talk this over with your contractor and start figuring today. te.ORM. H. BOSSEaSON that will be drilled or tested out or , GREEN COUNTY 1112 acres in Green county, where th'ere lias been some big wells brought in during the past ninety days. To be sold or drilled later. HART COUNTY 502 acres near some 10 or 15 wells brought in in that county within the past few months. Held for future disposal either to drill or sell. ternoon and evening the annual lawn fete, euchre and lotto for the benefit of St. Charles church will be given on the grounds at h and Chestnut streets. Euchre and lotto will bo played la the afternoon at 3 o'clock and antiner will . oo servea irom c to 9. An invite 'Hon is extended the public' to be present. Twenty-sevent- KN13HLEKAMP DAY. I.H The Twin City Baseball league furnished some stlrrinc contests Sunday afternoon at Shawnee Park, and despite the torrid weather big HERE IT IS IN A NUT SHELL crowds were to attendance. Mackln Council ..and the Hibernian team Twenty-on- e wells 17 on the pump 16 connected with the pipe line, and pump Us, Build Now! It Will Furnish Employment Keep Times Good! played one of the prettiest games ever seen on a local diamond, the ready to deliver about (low estimate) 150 barrels per day into the pip'e line ownea by Y. M. I. boys winning 1 to 0, the the company its own pipe line. Uruae oil is wortii $z.bu per barrel. Three relining game being a pitchers' battle beCONTRIBUTED BY THE FOLLOWING FIRMS FOR MORE of the Airp.lane, companies want the oil, are competing ior it. The Secretary-Treasurtween Stler and Ahman, the latter twirling for Mackln and striking AND BETTER BUILDINGS IN LOUISVILLE: J. L. Penn, will leave this week to arrange tlio shipping and selling the oil daily and out thirteen men. Unfortunately for to contract to put down ten or more wells at once. the winners the game was protested Louisville Gas and Electric Co. C. C. Mengel and Bros. Company and the protest upheld by the league, the game to be played over probably Norman Lumber Company COMPANY FOR ITS AGE IN ALLEN COUNTY THE BIGGEST Fred G. Jones & Company, (LUMBER) at the field day. The protest was Coral Ridge Clay Products Co. uecause oi juacKin playing a man The Caloric Furnace Company "While my option on a block of this stock lasts you can get it for 10 cents per share who was ineligible. The Alumni Southern Brick and Tile Co. 119 S. 4th. St. Pipe and Pipelcss Furnaces. up to Aueust 1 after that date for fifteen days for 15 cents per share: August la it boys and the K. of C. furnished T. Bishop, Agtent, Cor. 13tli ami Ormsby Pittsburgh Water Heating Co. another feature game, the St. X. will be 20 cents; September 1 at 25 cents or more. boys winning in a 2 to 0 contest. Central Glass Company Automatic AVater Heaters, 518 2 S. Second Shawnee Athlotlc Club won out over Write me at once- - sending in your order for all you can afford to take if you dont the California Club in an 8 to 8 game. The Twin City has never in It will be your fault not mine this is one d my "GOOD TIPS" so get busy. KNIGHTS OF Its history had as close a pennant Yours for more oil and dividends, fight and interest is at fever heat. In accordance With the annual F. L. (OLD MAN) HARRIS custom the 'Twin City has called off Late New That Will Interest all games for tomorrow and the 411-1- 2 BUILDING LOUISVILLE, KY. Members Here and pplayers and fans will celebrate "Kneblekamp day" by attending the H nil hlph Harlot at PiKnoa Tiljmorrow and rooting for the Colonels. The standing to date: Missouri has seventeen District Won Lost Pet Deputies. Mackin Council 6 2 750 Tho second and third will be given Hibernians 6 2 .650 X. Alumni .667 a large clas3 at St Joseph, Mo., on ...6 3 TUESDAY, JULY 22, 1919 Knights of Columbus.. 5 550 July 29. 4 6 Tomorrow large additions to the What They Have Been Doing Shawnee Athletic Club . 3 333 STEAMER EAST ST. LOUIS Californians o .000 order will take placo at Maryvllle 9 the Past Week General and Cameron, Mo. ItEOEXT DEATHS. Swan's Jazz Orchestra Tickets Fifty Cents. News Notes. The contract has been let and ground broken, for tho erection of Wednesday morning the funeral Boat Leaves Fourth Street at 8:30 P. M. Newport Council's now auditorium. of Annlo Connelly, aged thirty-fiv- e The Minnesota State convention years, was held from St. Patrick's last Sunday the three degrees will be held Jn Duluth. church. She was the daughter of were given, many new members at Division 3 met last night In Its Bridget Connelly, 1600 Portland Jonesboro, Ark., visitors making a' hall on Portland avenue. good showing. avenue, and the late Matthew (The K. of C. float in tho Fourth Ladles' Auxiliary 1 of Duluth initforty-fiv- o iated of July parade at Astoria, Ore., re members last month. Friends and relatives feel deep ceived great praise all along the AT THE Indiana was well represented by sympathy for Mr. and Mrs. John lino of march. State and county delegates at the na- Connelly, 200 Water street, from Artillery The One Forty-thir- d whom death has taken their little were given a rousing reception and tional convention. County President John Hennessy daughter, Mary B., whose remains entertainment by the Knights of Is a candidate for" Councilman on the were laid to rest in St. Louis ceme- Beaumont, Texas. tery Tuesday afternoon. Democratic ticket. Union Council at Syracuse has initiated 195 candidates since the James Welsh, one of the veteran PREPARE the children now to Mrs. Anna Glenn, thirty-seve- n middle of June, and wlll have anmembers, was present at Division 4'a years old, widow of William Glenn, other class next month. meeting Monday evening. every minute of the summer vacation. was called from this life Saturday Tho Knights of Yakima, "Wash., Ladies' Auxiliary 4 of Minneapolis morning at her hqnie, 2205 St. Come to our children's store and get who aro preparing to .build a 0 will send fourteen delegates and al- - Xavier street. Her father and building, recently initiated a ternates to their State convention. Mi", mother, and Mrs. Charles the proper footwear. Tho ball team committee Is mak Keenan: two children and one clasa of 101 candidates. 1 Ottumwa Council In Iowa boasts ing a hit with the players in award- brother Survive her. Funeral servSANDALS, TENNIS AND PLAY SHOES S1.00 TO $3.00 ing weekly prizes for special records. ices were beld Monday morning at of having as its member John On the Beautiful Grounds Surrounding the Home of young, the only Chlnest Knight of The Hibernian ball team lost a St. Cecllla3 church. (MAIN FLOOR BALCONY) Columbus in tho United States. stirring contest Sunday against Rriests from twelve different Mackln Council, the score being The angel of death certainly laid 1 to 0. a heavy hand last Sunday on the councils, representing ub many dif Delegates from the Eastern States home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. ferent cities, wero present to witness tho Institution of the new council at will be given a good reception when Barker, 1403 East Breckinridge Paris, Texas. street, when their only daughter, they visit Portland, Ore., on their FRANKFORT AVENUE, CRESCENT HILL Bishop Carroll Council, Covington, Marcella DeWitt Barker, nine years way home. Initiated two classes Saturday afterA pleasing feature of the June old, was called to join the heavenly noon. There were so many candiTake East Walnut and Crescent Hill Cars. meeting of Ladles' Auxiliary 2 at hosts. The little one was of a happy that it was impossible to hold Duluth. was the Initiation of a class and loving disposition and among dates over until fall. her friends and relatives her, absence them of thirty-flvThe rapid growth of Delegates from Oregon to tho na- will be keenly felt. Hor father is during tho first half of tlio order the year Secretary of the Democratic County tional convention Invited Eamonn de and City Committee and has received gives assurance that tho goal for one Valera to visit Portland during his many expressions Served By The Ladies of sympathy. The million members will have been stay on the coast. funeral took place Tuesday morn- reached before January 1. Tho ball club is still tied for ing with requiem high mass at Bluegrass Council's new club All kinds of amusements and delightful music all St. n first place, the house on Limestone street, Lexing game of last Sunday being thrown Brigld's church. ton, is nearing completion and will . day. Gate's Open From 9 A. M. Until 11 P. M. out because of a protest. bo one of tho best in the city. Too ST. DENIS KEDNION. Division 6 of Seattle shows interior improvements will cost Admission 25 Cents. Children Under 12 years FREE.. spirit. Building slowly but sol- Rev. Father Zooller and his S5.000. miyf seven candidates, all good men, parishioners ard preparing to enter The Knights at Omaha held their were passed favorably last week. tain a big gathering at the reunion annual outing Tuesday at Krug's They had as guests ArchItev. M. J. Byrne, of Lafayette, and picnic of St. Denis church, Park. one of Indiana's delegates to the. Ra- which takes place next Tuesday on bishop Harty, the priests and nuns tional convention, will go to Oregon, the church grounds at Shlvely, Ky. of the c)ty, the. children of SL Jamea' Where tho home is Whero work Is quickly' flfB Washington, Idaho and Canada, be- There will bo amusements and Orphanage and the Slaters attending brightest done; fore returning home. games of all kinds and the ladles tne ureignton summer scnooi. W M III k Where the work Where cooking seema. Twelve now members were Init are preparing to serve a chicken lightest; real fan; MACKIN MOONLIGHT. iated by Ladies' Auxiliary 6 of St. supper for their guests. Louis county, Minn., at their last Where the meal Where baking gives de- -, meeting, which was celebrated with Jlub Jn KILLED Br P.LA5.ES. Mackln Council Social cooked best; light; a lunch and social session. anBwer to many requests naye se- Where the range stands Woolens, Silks, Georgette, Crepe de Whero drudge Is out of' St. Louis for Lieut. T. J. Lehlhan, of San cured the Steamer East The Ladles' Auxiliary at Minneapthe" test sight olis! sustained a groat loss by the Francisco, Cal., and Chaplain R. H. another moonlight excursion next softpjjsjws Chine and Ail Dainty Materials. tho That's That's where where the. two previous N- - Y., AssistTuesday evening. The Uuuviut death of Mm Bridget McCann, for O'Dowd, of Brooklyn, "Qalck Meal" comes "Quick Meal" ' eomea-- , many years a member and strongly ant Camp Morale Officer at Camp affairs of Mackin's proved; ImmenseIB. IB. ' YOUR GROCER HAS IT. Pike, wero instantly killed Saturday ly popular, .banner crowds being predevoted to the work of the whsc a. plaaeipiloted by Lieut. Lenl-ha- n sent on both occasions, and the Wimnimm Seld, IUIIe4 aaHiMr KMaMae4 Meal Ga was struok'by another machine snecial daiice music programme MAGIC-KELLE- R IjAWN phtb. from Eberts Field, The second made a bly hit with those attending. AS 2152 . 4 INCORPORATED machine also fell, but its occupants Boat will leave the Fourth street W MARKET ST I dock at S.'30 o'clook. Next Tuesday Hd WedowdAy af- - were not Injured $kkkAAAkiiAAAAAAAickAAAAAAAAi(kAAAAAAAAAAAAl Hi WSSi and iHS lift er 1-- MHOS MACKIN COUNCIL INTER-SOUTHER- - Y. M. I. HIBERNIANS. Moonlight Excursion :i&Sr Come and Spend the Day PLAYTIME HAS COME! enjy Orphans' Picnic TUESDAY, JULY 29 ?40,-00- I mim5ffwem St. Joseph Orphanage DINNER AND JJ(L, o. EXCELLENT SLIPPER Mackin-HIbornia- old-tim- e, I mm M FOR Where the Quid! Meal Comes In ; WASHING SOAP WORKS jSmmmm f ' ! BY f23HnCM Q!k UJilA k-r- wn, QniSJ " ,