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Both rfcOMt 432 Louisville, Kentucky IRIsh American .. ..r-- J INTlllGENT CAREFUL SERVICE PH6HE: HOME Of) MAIN Every Driver nn Escort. Louisville CarriaES ft Tailcab Incorporated ti. 4i VOLUME XLIII.-N- O. 4. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1919. and emphasize the K. of C. posltlbu. Tho Buffalp 'Knights, are making arrangements to accommodate the hundreds of visitor?.". PRICE FIVE CENTS. CAMPAIGN For Democratic Nominations Far- nlshlng Somo Lively Contests. "BIG DAY" 'BBBBPBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBMBBBBBrkknPHBHBraBBBBBBHB' PRESIDENT -- X Gov. Bunno Straw Voto .Collectors and Political Prophets Have Their liming. AssertsvThnt Wilson HclpeidJtSoirisii sion. ' bbbbbbbbmbbb HIBBBHSHBaHKfaj TiBMBBi . Hk. viimfllff. " ,,Jr Orphan Picnic nnd Lawn Fete For St. Joseph's Home Tuesday. IIbbHHbbbbbbbH. HbDbbbbbbbbbbbbBbbI f " BkkkkBkH BHHL, IHbHiK lVBBBBBKlHk.lWBBB&' "Pl - vHIbBBH VkakkkkkkkBBkH RH BHilflHHflVlW Jt. 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BHHhts.4 HI iWI II . )lllMPPKJBJlff' f'SBllufjrtK? iMHHHBBJMiuBiSKnlBH Mil III mil BjttUBJHMBS PLEASURE AND AMUSEMENT, r. not tho proper 'time for a negro to be on the G. 0. P. ticket and was promised most anything to got out of the way: but Warley and his associates are fighting lor their rights in tho party and refuse to bo . bluffed or coaxed to quit. Listen to Comes Homo From Hert's With the grievance pf the colored voter Peace Convention at Buffalo to Be an Opportunity to Make in Warley's paper: Biggest In tho Order's "The machine Is putting out tho roinlses 'Good. Historj. argument that a colored man will ticket but persists in kill tho Ignoring iho question: If a colored man, elected by colored voters to Machine Collects From Police and represent n colored ward, will kill Prominent Men In the Army, Navy the ticket, ihy is it that tho 10,000 Firemen to Beat AVarley and and Civil Llfo Will Dc votes of colored people do not hurt Stoncstrcer. i, It? It would seem if prejudice is liver Addresses. 0 so rife os all that tho fact that Colored votes were sought and will be cast. begged for by white speakers ought The Fifth district is an example. to degrade tho ticket. White speak- Will Decido Nation-Wld- e Prisoners Don't Have To Stay in Plan For to n.n n crfrs claim 0. ers do not hesitate to go to colored Tho Jnll if TheyOaro to Go System, of Night majority of 6,000 to 8,000 for their communities, halls and even homes, man, Elsewhere. it. is saie to say iaat mui and ask tor colored votes; TTIEY i Schools. will not be a Democratic vote cast TIP THEIR HATS TO COLORED of 12,000 at tho most, and to pre- WOMEN, HUG COLORED MEN dict a majority of 6,000 even is AND 1CISS COLORED OIDXDREN absurd. Tho situation hero is typical all of which does not hurt Uidm or ICEYSTONER AND HIS UKELELE. There, is tho ticket. . And now they do not OPPOSE FATRE3D3 RADICALISM. nf itlm RltnaHnn olKBwhere. ouciOhairman.iMjiWalsh;' a Mong rivalry .between, tho even want colored men to elect ono good .jnatnred and sympathetic interview arid reBlack and Carroll supporters and of their own number. .But tho lesferred us to Col. Houre to take up there will be a fair and square fight ' son must ho learned tho lesson that There was one Tho Peace Convention, of the the matter and obtain, if possible, not on tho official olass of citizens In the primary with tho best man colored voters aro citizens, and If welcoming com That tho alms of our mission. winning, and tho winner will fall they aro good enough to run for Knights of Columbus, to be held In gentleman took hold of the matter mittee who wore glad to see our much short of a 6.000 .majorty. The offico and hold It if elected. .Mr. Buffalo, N. Y., on August near Mayor Smith como back from outsiders who predict the big major- Morrow is surer of defeat if Warley will be tho largest convention, from promptly, vigorously and sympathet- Ms vacation this week, and tins ity for Judge Carroll evidently Is cheated than If ho Is on. the nnlnr of rmmhnrfl and 'amount of ically, and had several Interviews class was none other than the Key- with the British Premier and his refigured on the Democratic City and ticket," business to bo transacted, that tho presentatives. After this he expres- stono police, the "hick" firemen and Countv Committee taking an active All must agree that the above is Knights of Columbus navo ueia smco safe the city employes in general. Their pant lu his behalf, which will positive- good logic and convincing to every- their foundation as a fraternal order sed the opinion 'our request for dele- Joy at Smith's g was conduct to Paris for the Irish The leaders of tho one but Bosses Hort and Searcy, who over thirty-seve- n ly not be done. years ago. While and with the expectation that ihe would party here Tealize that do not want a colored man von the tho annual meeting of the Supreme gates. De Valera, Plunkett, Democratic At the put a stop to tho heartless collectors good Democrats are working in both ticket just now, especially tin view Council of the K. of C, known a3 Griffith, would be granted. George of political assessments, who are same tlmo he stated Lloyd to tno of the race riots throughout tho camps and are only Interested supreme convention, usually desired a personal conference with holding up tho poor old Koystoners extent of hoping that tho strongest country. Warley Is stnqng In his tho takes two days, this year, so large us, and suggested we meet Mr. for S20 each, tlio "luck" firemen man wins and that ho will greatly district naturally .because tho color- Is tho volume of business, that an George. $15, tho higher officers ami other aid the local ticket in November. ed voter predominates, and would bo tjio day has been fixed. "Owing to the press of business city employes in proportion. Conservative Democrats say that a sure winner If given a fair deal, additional Prominent men In the army, navy Incident to tho final formulation of victims woro hoping when the near rinv TUnoir dn tho lorical one to but thereby comes tho rub. The and in civil life will address the con- treaty with Germany, this con- Mayor camo back he would put a y carry the local ticket through bemachine is marshaling vnnMnn whlr.h will hold Its first ses the postponed and as stop to tho political assessments, and ference cause of hi3 big following In Park- together tin; gambling negro, tho sion in tho K. of. C. Council build we were had to be of conferring with based their hope on tho fact that desirous sections illvo negro and that class to voto Crescent Hill, land and In Buffalo and then and his as immediately after his election he President where 'the Democratic party gets few against AVarley and the .respectable ing sessions to tho Statler transfer sociates, It De Valera by represent- went in person to tho firo engine Hotel was agreed tho votes in local elections. colored element, and on primary day Archbishop Hayes, of New atives of Col. House and house and told the firemen to please The, lieutenant Governor's race an organized band of phony repeat- there. has been invited to address ourselves M". George, passports should stick to their jobs and not leave additional Interesting surprise. ers will go from polls to polls ta York, furnished an Bishop Shahan, be given us for Great Britain and tho city In danger, and promised the convention. Six weeks or two months ago Old- voto ncninst Wnrlcv Rector of the Catholic University, Ireland for the purpose of holding that there never would be political ham had tho Taco . won but lost voto against Iho colored candidate in will high enabling us to assessments under his reign. the sermon at ground heivily when ho .dickered to return for protection and special mass dellvor precedes every tho of C. tho conference andfirst hand with Now here's a chance for Smith K. whlcn become aqualnted have that will o' .tno wisp voio, me privileges from tho machine. Watch As all and tho reformers of tho Men's and meeting, In Ireland. Council labor vote, delivered by the political iho Tenth ward on election day. It Supreme Turner, or uunaio, wni do tho conditions knew the object of Federation who are active for politi parties Involved DIshop labor leaders. W. H. Shanks, of will bo Interesting. our mission to Ireland, no restric cal reform and stand sponsor for tho tho celebrant of the mass. Stanford, has come to the front with Tlio local Tr Is ounflfited that over one tions or conditions were either sug present administration. a YOUNG. and all agree that he would STILL y machine Is assessing tho thousand Knights from all parts of gested to us or Imposed upon ub.' man to strengthen the bo the safest police, firemen and city employes states, uanaua, On Monday the Most Rev. Ed thtf UnitedPnrtn fRlco. Cuba. Mexico ticket In November. 3Iat Cohen can for political purposes, und If Smith MANY MADE VOAVS. now, having his ward J. Hanna received congratulago on his vacation wants to prove ho Is something mora bo Secretary of State. tions from almost everywhere in and Panama will yearpresent at the race won lor. TwAntv.thrpfl novices whose nroba- - than n near Mayor and If (ho Men's In New York convention. Last h Jackson, is commemoration of his Ryland C. Mustek, of community prophetic politicians want to provo of two The Arch- City tho Knights held their neigm oi tlon expired years In tho acts oi re- Federation' making a whirlwind finish for At- birthday anniversary. they aro sincere in their reform let maue tneir victory Convention at tne had betorney General and Democrats bishop was born In Rochester, N. Y., year their conven-elo- n ligious profession, or vows, for one them denounce tho political assess lieve that his nomination will bring and was ordained there on May 30, the war, and this has been styled the Peace Con- vonr rlnrlncr a nnlemn mass In the ments and holdups. Everyono knows many votes from his section. He was consecrated Bishop 1885. Mt. St. Joseph's" Academy, that tho local Republican machine the gradual vention Will McNally, of this city, Is December 4. 1912, and promoted to transfer to signalize organlzaztlon's chapel ofatOwensboro. a monthly payment for a The of working earnestly In his bohalf and the See of San Francisco on Jun 1, energies from the relief work to west impressive ceremonies eiaDoraxe collects of the Republican League fund, but even war and HU diocese has a Catholic a big vote will bo given Air. Mustek 1915. work necessitated by the na- Ursuline ritual wero observed, with the poor old Keystoners and "hick" In the FIMh distrlot. Prof. R. S. population of about 350,000, served public return to a peace basis. tion's the Rev. E. S. Fitzgerald, officiating firemen wero dumbfounded when Is making a strong finish by 410 priests. Eubank So large has been tho growth of as a delegate of Bishop O'Donaghue, they wero notified to kick In $20 In Superintendent of Public Instruc"for a lump. Tho collecting Is done right the Knights of Columbus during the of Louisville; the Jtev, i.ouis tion and the race tor Clerk of tho deacon; the Rev. E. J. in tho station and flro houses, and past year that numerous delegates confined to Appeals Is Court of the Rev. Chas.. when some of tho boldest asked why have been' added to several of the TImoney, Aihin Steger, of Owenton, and John Reand States each State of tho Union and Maloney, master of ceremonies, Hlg-gl- It was necessary to colleot aparty County." Goodman, of Todd publican campaign, fund if tho Province of Canada and other Juris- the Rev. Guldo Mensa and John situaIn the Republican ranks the acolytes. There was a largo had no contests, thoy were told tho dictions being represented by numertion has gono from bad to worse One number of visiting priests In th.e money was to be used to beat that ical atroncth In tho convention. and, sad to say, things have become of tho principal activities upon sanctuary, besides many visitors nigger AVarley in tho Tenth Ward. so deplorable that the Louisville Herwhich the convention win aecmo is from neighboring counties. The fol- The collecting Is sure causing gloom ald and other Republican organs just especialthe newly launched K. of C. plan for lowing novices pronounced the vows: among the Keystone police, trying to can't begin to discuss tho G. O. P. ly as thoy are now busy system of night Sister Pancratlus Wethlngton, a nation-wid- e Big Boss Hert's first aid. situation. Sister Mary Emma pay for their new uniforms. Many schools. Prominent educators of all the Bingham press, is also silent and tj&s J' kkkkF j L'' kBkkHkkV parts of tho country- - will meet In Hamilton, Henderson; Sister Mary of them say they wish thoy had kept a helping hand. Speaking can't lend New York tho week of July 27 and Samuel Hamilton, Henderson; Sister their Jobs on tho street cars, and of the Bingham press tho plan of Farm; arrange a concrete programme to Mary Leona Willet, Fancy Knotts-Ylll- not fell for the allurement of being Bingham to securo tho Hort and a town constable "by gum." bo presented to the K. of C. Supreme Sister 31. Ignatius Payne. Senatorshlp in both United States Tho machine leaders wero also Sls'er M. Mildred Davlsr This programme will InCouncil. in these parties as mentioned Sister M. Althanatlus anxious to have tho near Mayor cut clude In its scope tho educational Owensboro; u. columns last wees creawu ivwe, Boss advancement of tho 600,000 mem- Powell, St. Joseph; Sister M. Leora (his- stay short with Bigsome ofHert not favorable comment. The- latest tho bers of tho K. of C. and such other Stewart, Henderson; Sister M. M. and come Jiome to whip now is that Mr. Bingham is planning year city employes in lino who are taking Vowels, Louisville; Sister members of the general public who to run against Beckham next In tho Sister desire to take advantage of the Ferdinand Smith, Chicago; Mary's; sides against tho machine.race tho for and has secured Percy Haly (root County Commissioners' courses tho Knights will establish, M. Thomislna Mattlngly; St. campaign manager. And the St. machine Js supporting Hunt and Tho object is to glvo a quickly as- Sister Agnes Mario Smith, the of the whole trouble Is Re0. similated course in practical and Mary's; Sister Carmellta- - Mattlngly, Grlnstoad against C.W. F.Stonestreot, very faotor that has kept the Woodruff, Chicago; Sister M. Caroline "Wathen,, who Is a nephew of cultural subjects. party on tho map for years publican Supreme Morganneln; sister jji. leucine una-- a former Democratic contributor to James A, Flaherty, Republican vote. Tho tho 'colored Now Knight, and William J. McGlnley, coe, Holy Cross; Sister M. Charle-sett- a tho Republican machine. worm has turned with a vengeance QiiTi?vm .Qorrofarv .Tnsenh C. Pelle- Clayton, West LoulBville; Sis- Woodruff wants a reward for his war on between and there Is bitter tler, .Supreme Advocate and Dr. E. ter 31. Johanna Vowels, Rome; SIs-i- - Bervtees by tho nomination yof his tho colored voter and tho tho Mnnci but AmiH Blckman. Union- nephew, W. Buckley will render reports on candidacy of machine. Tho nothing tho condition of the Knights of town; Sister M. Angelica Slak.( machine saidlining up doing, and editor, for the Warley. tiio colored a faction to William J. Mulligan, Earllngton; asiar ai. tjamiiius jiei-- Woodruff is Columbus. Legislature, and Dr. W. T. Merchant, Marie is bosses. Qhairman of the K. of C, Committee pont, Rockford, 111.; Sister Sebas- - fieht the SheFriff In this howho as Alderman, a colored physician", for is Will Ross, sisted by on War Activities, and William' P. Bedford, Evansvllle; Sister 31. no has started a fight that bodes Larkln, Oversea Director, will also Mnn nrariv. w&vfiriv: sister iM. uai- - on tho black books of Chief Petty, good for the Republican party in Paul Burlingfame .and others who 1,l!sta Langham, Greenwood, Miss. report. Kentucky, and .the fight proves that control ttie machine programme. Tho Knights have taken a definite negro voters lkvo balked at the Ross has more of a following than of FATHER SUTTON. regard furnishing the bulk of the vote every COMMANDS FORCES OH RHINE, stand in radicalismto inthe 'spread his enemies in the party and will "this country. extreme put Republicans In big fat year to .Major Gen, Henry T. Allen, new Supreme Knight James A Flaherty Father Xavler Sutton, C. P., Is carry the fight to the machine In The same old salaried offices. army having delivered an ultimatum to .111 iniUlU&etu UiU VI. iiuareuo.. "- - every ward. Another disturbing decommander of tho Amo-ricbeen used for en Methods that have the Rhino. He 'succods Lieut. Bolshevists ea.rlyjn the year. The 'coaduoted c. very suoceesful mtasloo ment to .Representative Jack Thomas, yiarfl were tried on Warley without ' ' ' the barber ki the Fifty-eigdistrlot, . convention will ratify his declaration 'for yrsm told that this tpb Gen. Hunter Liggett. 0feeM. He This week marked somo lively campaigning in the Democratic party for the different State nominations, with tho debate between Gov. Black and Judge Carroll at Mayfield for tho headllner. A majority of tho critics agree that itho Governor scored a decisive victory in tho debate, and his showing gavo hia followers throughout the State much cause for enthusiasm. The week also brought out a batch of prophets and near prophets and each backed up his statement with the old stereotyped stories of straw votes token on trains, at depots, in hotel lobbies, etc., and tho fizzle of the. straw vote in 1916, w,Vin. TTimhea waa orovem a sure winner boforo rtho election, does not seen! to phase the prophets or straw vote collectors oow. Tho Cincinnati Enquirer correspondent seems to have been bamboozled by 'tho Carroll press agents, as tho Judgo was given a big victory in tho straw vote of that paper Sunday, and everything was claimed by tho Carroll forces pretty near except Gov. Black's hotne irMn(t. Tmnnrtlal critics and men who have no choice In tho race say that Gov. Black is by far the otmnof iTiri n. straw vote Is use less because of the small voto that Wilson-Hughes MISSION AVOWEDLY POLITICAL. -- 1 iiHI K. OF ADMIRAL BENSON BACK FROM PEACE TABLE, Admiral William S. Benson on left, President Wilson's adviser on Naval matters at tho Peace Conferen ce, in earnest conversation with Ad- mlral Albert Gleaves on the deck of tho U. S. S. Arkansas, which brought Admiral Benson from Europe. .r ' i c . . 10,-00- I -- Former Gov. F. Dunne, speaking boforo the, Irish Fellowship Club in the Hotel Sherman at Chicago last Saturday, told of his experiences as a member of the party which recently rfturaed to America after having visited France, England, and Ireland in the Interest of tho Irish republic. Ho told of numerous efforts to gain tho car of delegates to the peace conference and other statesmen for the purpose of furthering tho Irish cause. Former Gov. Dunno said in part: "Our mission from tho beginning was avowedly political. Yet our application for passports in- Washington stated In writing our purpose was to assist the delegates of the Irish nation in presenting the case of Ireland to the world conference In Paris and to obtain recognition of a republican form 'of government in Ireland. The resolution adopted at tho Philadelphia convention, which was an open one, !was published In all the newspapers of America, and, shorthand transcripts of tho proceed ings, we had reason to believe, woro transmitted to tho British authorities. Wo have good reason to know objection was made by the British authorities In. Wahlngton to tho granting of passports to France. Yet these passports were, granted. "On our arrival in Paris we again, In a letter to President Wilson, explained tho object ,pf our mission. In answer, President Wilson, gave - V JEdward tusSTrnT"' '5 lr i;". . iSSCv .," - " s . K.i r -f i ?'-- - '.. s - -fe i."-. ?Oa .. . : . t &? sS&iA .5tt r asr sjftiSSS 4WS' ' , ?.'. rt ENGLAND'S MOST BEAUTIFUL WOMAN WEDS. Lady Diana Manners, England's most beautiful woman, leaving St. Margaret's church, London, with her husband, Capt. Duff Cooper. Lady Diana Manners is the daughter of th o Duke of Rutland. NEAR MAYOR . i , I homo-comin- ( Hort-Searc- y whom machine tho Thomas turned down for Is running anyWay and says tho bosses may trim ihim, but they will got a close shave in doing It. And to make matters worse, former Senator Diehl threatens 'to run Independent for Senator because of his throw down by the machine. And they used to say that the Republicans could always, bo on to get together after a primary or "convention, but that statement was always made In tho lean, hungry years when the boys were out In the cold. Now with a year and a half at the pie counter fight after fight Is breaking out among thj mixture of Republicans and renegade Democrats who make up tho party. Brumlevo, Burgevln, Smith, Woodruff and tho others aro not so popular as they were and tho 10,000 negroes who furnished the bulk of the vote to put tho reform crowd in are on the warpath. Criticism coming thick and fast is not setting well with 'the officeand they are fast losing holders their .head, and becoming careless. The.JIqar&itif, Works, after.confes-stm- f "that iVe street" cleaning fund was exhausted, squandered a wad of money and Fulled an awful "boner" at tho Fame time by having Twentieth rtreet oiled from Chestnut to Jefferson, and THE STREET IS At ASPHALT, not needing oiling. Eighteenth and Broadway under the jurisdiction of the same board a gang of men have been working so long at patching or attempting to patch a firo cistern that tho oldest resident In that neighborhood just can't remember when they began operations. Day In and day out a gang are working on the cistern and night In and night ont the prop3 and guard tho hole. Some red lights say they May be digging for oil at that point, but the big hole they aro making won't bo a clrcustance compared to tho big hole they are making In tho taxpayers' bank roll. Another of our city reform Institutions which Is coming in for quite a great deal of adverse critic-IsIs uono other than the Jail, which Charley Foster put on the map as an Institution that pleased both Insiders and outsiders, but under tho present "reform" reglmo only the insiders are pleased be- Hert-Searcm Tho "big day" for the friends and supporters of St. Joseph's Orphan Homo is about hero. Tuesday, July 29, Is the date for the great ovent, and tho orphanage on Frankfort avenue, with its forest or trees, its acres of green lawn, its unlimited amusements and unsurpassed hospitality, is tho place. There have been elaborate outings given by the St. Joseph Orphan Society In the past affairs whero man and nature seemed to have combined to create that which, In the words of tho song, constitutes "a perfect day," but in preparing the programme and general arrangements of this year's outing tho committees who have the affair in charge have carefully studied thoso features of the programmes of previous years and then proceeded to improve on them. The committees have been indefatigable for weeks In the matter of devising means by whlqh not even a minute of interruption might creep in upon their festivities, with the result that thero will be something dofng from tho time the gates open until they close. At the geneo-ameeting 3Ionday night tho Chairmen of the many committees at work were of the opinion that this year will bo tho banner year for the institution and the children, for whoso benefit tho big picnic will be glvin. Tho women have been doing successful work and painstaking preparation of several weeks' duration have been completed, with the result that tho booths will be haud3omo and filled with "every kind of fancy work and usefujartI.cJesJl.apd,ihe,surpBr. will bo the most varied and elaborate ever served. The picnic Is given to help the St. Joseph'.? Orphan Homo liquidate the debt Incurred last year in making an addition to the building, conceded to bo ono of the finest in this part of tho country. Thousands of past and present friends of th orphans, together with hosts of others from ail parts of the city are In store for an eventful day next Tuesday on the orphanage grounds. The following Chairmen of the committees who have charge of tho picnic claim this will bo the banner year for tho orphans. Executive Committee John Tqbe, Hemry Bosse, John Wilms, William F. Mayer, Sebastian Hubbuch, Chas, Pfeffer, Ben. Toenjes, Bon, Stoesser, Henry Gude, Dominlck Lubbers. Finance Committee William F, l Mayer. Admission Candy WheelJohn seph Fleltz. Tickets B, J. Geher, Gate Henry Michael. Programme Joseph Otte. Wilms, Jo- Refreshments and Louis Kissel. John Ernst. Ice Cream Frank Ohlmann Bosendorf and Val. Ilert-Senrc- ( Continued on Fifth Page.) NEWPORT. fifty-nint- At-tor- rtnn nf 1ip wnsnn'n nrettlost wed dings at Nowport was that of 3Iiss uuaunco Blanche Hughes ana Kearny, solemnized wltht nuptial ninaa Tllxirl;iV lTlnrnln'ff at the Church of tho Immaculate Concep tion In tho presence or many menus or.,1 fninlirnu MIrs 1r.ice Huches. sister of the bride, was maid of honor, and Arnold Curran acted as tho best man. lilo-V- Bratwursfc and Lunch Stand Ben Toon )es. Llnon Booth Joseph Otte. Supper Ladles' Society, 3IIss May mo ner-bert- h, sub-deaco- n; ns Suppor rickets Jacob Walsor. Ice Emil Peters. Telephono Henry Hell. Building Booth Otto Wirth. Grounds A. B. Drelsbach. Button Committee Henry Bosse. Transportation-Edwa- rd Hill. Press Harry iRiehlman. Signs Chas. Pfeffer. Parking Dominlck Zohnder and Herman Wessel. Joseph Children's Committee Hubbuch and Frank Senn. Decoration Committee Ben Voll. Colleotlnn: of Vegetables St. Den nis church, Herman Wessel; St Francis of Asslsl. A. B. Drelsbach: St. Helen's church, A. Schmltt; Holy Trinity, Matthews, St. Frank Schmltt. TREAT ALL ALH03. Confection ary 3Ieanrad Kaelln, Wheel of Fortune Ben. Stoesser Walter Tickets Henry Gude. Schuhmann. 1 "1 "i e; - Hu-ber- ta , or Hert-SeaT- cy Hert-Searc- e. ht Tho great campaign of ing conducted by tho Knights of Columbus In all the large cities of tho country Is desclbed by James H. BJBJEjSJBJBjSHRMSJIBlKj $ Collins, head of the K. of C. Reconstruction Service, by which hundreds of Jobless soldiers aro actually paid $4 a day by tho organization to scour New York for places for themselves and their comrades. The result of this plan was that 518 Jobs were secured tho first day and a record . of nearly that number has been maintained ever since. The same plan Is in operation all over the country. Only soldiers or sailors are given Jobs by the K. of C. Tho minimum wage Is $18 a week. Creed does not enter tho service. There are just as many Jews and Protestants as thero are Catholics placed by the organlzaztlon. One thing that impressed Mr. Collins was the ambition WILL PROSECUTE of the returned soldier for a better Sir Gordon Hewartt, Solicitor jqb than tho one he had at the General of Great Britain, who will outbreak of tho war. Thousands head tlio prosecution at the trial of want outdoor work after the healthbbe former. German Emperor. ful experience in the army. V HBgHBBBjBBBJDF. ' .& Job-hu- nt vi ' ti DJXOM-jrOCOMING EVENTS. g XJKkJaSJET ajbkubsjkxoam:- i mara-laBI v County Treasurer Thomas D. FATHElf FELTEN'S JUBILEE. unnes announces uio engagement or August E Annual picnic for Holy joseph m. Hund. Their tho twntv-fifi- i. Trinity church on Park grounds, St, will bo solemnized at the Cathedral honor ofnftho ordination to the holyPUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. sary Matthews. with nuptial mass at 7:30 o'clock , priesthood ot Rev. Father Francis TUvnXtA to the Social and Moral Advancement ol Irish Americans and Catholics pastor of St. Martin's August 5. Annual picnic and o tno morning or Monday, Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's chicken supper of Holy Trinity just 4. church, oamo to a most brilliant and Catholic Knights of America. Institute and happy close with tho Jubilee mass church, St. Matthews, on church! Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Prolss, and banquet ito the clergy on Tues- grounds. j PRINTING CO., iAcorpotitnl, Publishers KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN ''f ,roaldence In Washing- - day. Tho Jubilee began Sunday August 5 and 6 St. Co'lumba's ?ftcr ' ".' V:- "u iuwiea to mane evening, wnen Kov. rather C. I, SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINQLE COPY 5c annual lawn fete, fried chlnknn nn- Raffo per. euchre and lotto, church "Al ci2Ltn5Ir??,e: . VPZ aI,?.?J dress, delivered tho principal adMatter. in which ho paid a trfbuto to Cnttred at the Loulavllle I'ottolllce at " nti.,M.inv i lirrnuniln lniriy-iux- n ana Ainritot. lff"" iU Tiaff. Vrfiaiuoy, ion. ummn Vma tho work of tho Jubllarian. Tho fi August St. John's lawn fete Watt Green St. extended Eastern itnnr. vlririnr Rev. Father Idfresi all Communloatlons to tha KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN,was master andchurch festival on grounds, Clay an tho larger oltlefl anA 'po,nts f of ceremonies Aomlllan delivered an and also ...... ........... -.w. interest. address of welcome. The (Rev. evening. (Father Feitcn waa nreflented with n. August 10 Field day ot Twin IJTHAOES (ITO) COUNCIL Last Sunday the first hanns were t number of . sifts. He xnrRsivl n. ? -11 - t nt Olty League at Eclipse Park. yrcauea in hi. Augusuno's cnurcn, preciatlon in a address r of thanks Moollght excursion ai Jeffersonville. for Miss Ella Bono- - and asked the united Riinnnnr nf Mm rVuKtist 31 wiDerman tiociai uud, on tsteanxer van, aauguier oi uapt. juennis uono- - congregation in completion of work van, oi mai city, ana Joseph F. started In St. Martin's church. ..SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1919 East St. Louis LOUISVILLE, KY. August Lawn fete of Danncnhold, Jr., of Louisville. Both Among tho gifts were a putso con- are .widely known In Catholic Valorn has qome to appeal for Ire St. Louis Bertrand's church, on lawn and their marriage will be an circles tainlng more than $1,000. presented IGNORANT PROTEST. event by tho congregation and friends; a ot Bortrand Hall. land to America's love of fair play of much Interest next month vlotrala, given by young women and girls of tha congregation, and preIn an illiterate .letter, which and liberty. That appeal Is gaining BOUND FOR HOJIE. sented by Misa Amelia Boegl; a bristled with bad spelling and thousands of friends for Ireland chest of silver, the gift of the men garbled English, a woman who wherever It is heard. It must not Letters received the early part of of tho congregation, presented by be thwarted by friends of Ireland signed herself "Ruth Clancey," and tho week from First 'Lieut Frank Ben Toenjcs; a meat tray, tho gift J. Higgina, with the A. E. F. In of the young men and boys, and on her way ito Bowling Green, pro- - who let their feelings run away w'tth Germany, brought aiews that the presented by Simon Schwalk, and a tested in the Evening Post against their common sense. Second division of the Army of tea sot, presented by women of the man independence, recognition oi Miss Clara Edlln was the recent Occupation had received orders and congregation. Monday was for PUNISH CRIME. Monday guest of Mrs. H. P. Moran, were ready to leave for home. It children of the parish, when tho De Valora and the trip of Messrs. a Highland Park. la expected he will reach ihere the pleasing programme was rendered. Walsh, Dunne and Ryan, of the The number of murders and first pant of August At the mass Tuesday the sanctuary Peace Commission. The writer said lynchings concluded and front pews were filled "with that have disgraced our a Miss Jessie Martin has(Miss she read her protest before three delightful visit with Clara BOOSTING MUnS. priests, nearly ono hundred assistcivilization has moved legislators In Von Almen at Lyndon. societies of the American Mohcanics, many ing. Tho dinner was most enjoyable States which have abolished Some of the members of tho Trini and crowned a jubilee that made who are iblo to sit up and take Col. George B. Barrett writes that ty Council, Y. M. I., have organized a both pastor and his people most capital punishment to urge that it nourishment now that (the war .Is be restored as tho penalty for he will be home tomorrow to begin Muhs Boosters' Club" for the purpose happy. From near and far came over, and that she did this because ' of helping the candidacy of J. mementos and congratulations to murder. We will not enter Into a his political campaign. she was afraid the Post would not Robert Muhs, one of Trinity's Feitcn. Master Walter McKenzIe Is spend- popular members, who is a candidate Father publish any criticism of Irish discussion whether or not capital punishment has been a deterrent. ing tho summer with tho Misses for Representative from the First PICNIC, EATS, PRIZES. Catholics. Ruth and her class had Wo do not believe that Foley, at Pewee Valley. ward, subject to the action of the better taks another course In the of capital punishment the abolition party Democratic in the primary Tho annual picnic of St. Leo's is the real Miss Carrie Mae Metzger has been next Saturdny. littlo red Fcliool house, which they reason church will take place In Thornberry for tho Increase in murders. visiting at New Haven, tho guest of Grove, one block east ot 'terminaclaim to bo sponsors for, before at- We believe that one of tho most Miss Elizabeth Mahoney. VENERABLE CARDINAL. tion of Highland Pork car line, on tempting to write intelligently on Wednesday, July 30. Festivities will any subject, and printers' strikes effective cures for crime is the Bernard Cardinal Gibbons was eighty-fiv- e begin In the morning and continue certainty of punishment. There are visiting his Boone spent 'last week parents, Mr. and Mrs. years old Wednesday. would be ually occurrences If they too many As has been until late In the evening. Dinner is to appeals to the "unwritten Joseph Boone, at New Haven. his custom for many years ho spent be served and also a delicious had to hindle that class of copy. law." Claims of based the day at tho estate of Mrs. T. chicken supper, a la country style Miss Catherine iMcOarty left Herbert Shriver, near Union (Mills, which is undoubtedly a treat for on the fact that the murdered man MINDING ONK'S BUSINESS. Wednesday for flirllnnl nihhnna those dwelling dn tho city. By way "reached for- his hip pocket," tempo- two week visit Kansas City for a jarroii COIintv. with relatives. enjoys tho best of health and takes ' of eats there will also bo lemonade, rary insanity, which often Is nothing A writer In the New York press, dally walks. During tho past year ice cream, soft drinks and steaming Miss of no celebrated nis golden jubilee Is a Candidate for the Democratic Nomination discussing the Carson Insult to more than uncontrolled anger, has Louisville, Catherine O'Connell, bratwurst In abundance. Another visited Mrs. Durrett turned many a murderer loose upon feature of tho picnic will bo the America, 'ays: Oglesby on Sunday at Prestoria. BORN IN CORK. awarding of ithe St. Leo's Hope "The United States will mind Its tho community. Even dn cases where Chest, valued at $300, which has tho murder was committed to com Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Mattlncly. of own business, but it will not abanBight Rev. John J. Hennessy, been on for some time in plete a robbery, or when a criminal South Louisville, spent tho past Bishop of Wichita, Mast Saturday different display in the city. The places don Its Democratic principles, Its week with relatives at Springfield. celebrated the seventy-secon- d anni twenty prizes on tho 1919 combihumanitarian sympathies and Its was resisting arrest, there has not versary of his birth. The Bishop nation book of St. Leo's will also been that certainty of punishment international rights. Finally we B. II. Straus and W. Schad were was born in Cork. Ireland, nnrl wne do suggest to Sir Edward Carson as that would create a respect for the Louisville buyers much sought after ordained to tne priesthood on No- The Lachman band will furnish , He succeeded the music for tho occasion, while the a preliminary to his advising the value of hi'inan life. It is a noto-- during tho past week In Now York. vcmber 28, 1869. Right Bev James O'Reilly, the first doll rack, cane rack, numerous "prizes United States to mind Its own busl-- 1 rlous fact Lint the number of Ray Hoertz has returned from Bishop of the diocese, his consecra- and other amusements will lend Is larger In proportion to he life ness that ho advise Great Britain France 13. to the occasion. All the Income tionfl George and is with his mother. Mrs. tion taking place November nnntil.irlnn hi ilin Tlnlrori Hoertz, of Southern to mind h.r own business; to stop 1888. The Catholic population of realized from tho picnic is to be in th the diocese is about 40,000. used towards the reduction of tho flooding rthls country with pro- -' in any civilizezd country world. In Europe a man accused'of church debt, which is now fast British propaganda and h Miss Nelllo O'Connor, of the city. FATHER RODALVN. propaganda and propaganda opposed ' murder is seldom turned loose un is spending tho summer with Mr. less nis ipiensoi is clean ana un- and Mrs. William Miller at to everything that Great Britain ds Great concern was felt In St. Louis VINCI3NTIANS. by the sudden illness of the Rev. opposed to; to stop distpnting news ' answerable. If the full penalty of present laws was meted out to crimiFather B. D. Rodman. S. J., tho List und'r- morning the members and falsifying faots and misinform-- 1 Mrs. John Hagner, the d Justice was the End, visited last weekof with West well known President of St. Mary s of the St. Vincent de Paul Society ing our people as to the occurrences nals, if Mrs. College. Kansas, and a native of made a moat credltablo showing at Shacklette at Highland Kentucky. Fathor Rodman was on St. Louis of the world, to stop (interfering in controlling tpirit of our courts, It Wairen e:trnnd's church, mem- his way home to' give a retreat for bee of th twmtytwo conferences our personal and domestic affairs would be the most effective check Park. the sisters of Chnrlty at Nazareth, assisting at tV mass and receiving by plotting to control cables and to crime aside from the proper Charles F. Dawson has returned and was stricken while at the St. holy eoimnunion '.n honor of the news associations and American moral training of our youth. One from 'New Haven, where he waa Louis. University. For a few days feast day of their pa'ron saint, newspapers In her own interests and thing Is iertain, if the number of visiting his mother, Mrs. Henry his condition was rather serious, but Rev. Father Clark. O. P.. was the the good news has been received celebrant ot the mass and preached to tho disadvantage of our American murders lu not to continue our Dawson. that he h.is almost completely re- - tho sermon, in which he dwelt on people an-- our American Govern- courts must make the criminal feel Miss Margaret the life and works nf St. Ylnrnnt. that if found guilty he will certainly home today fromLaffan Is expected covered. ment. Criticism, like charity, should Sulphur Wells, o J'aul ana the sh nine story of be punished. where she lias been spending her begin at home." WILL MAKE IIO.n5 III3RK. the society which bears his. name. vacation. (This bedng the occaoion of the first MALICIOUS CALUMNY. Members of Mackin Council and general visitation of the Vincontians XEARKR VIEW. MIss Susan Fleming loft Monday the Knights of Columbus will read to St. Louis Bertrand's. Father Clark ernor-n., I., - "JO In anmn 3V"'D "i 41. WUrm with her sister, Mrs. Henry Edwards, with Interest the following taken was most cordial and happy In his "' are n Th. TTr,l(Q,l !.. D i """'s there :, still people who look with of Birmingham, to spend a few from the last issue cf the Little words of wolcomo. On account of S..u TT, witiuu uuuiuuu Wiai Hpn HUUb4X4. tmnn ttiu T)rn nuu weeks in Michigan. Rock Guardian: 1ia Bliontrvlnn UJIUU ,tho warm uoathor the business mpet- VVU o,l segregation law was unconstitutional everything ihat he does. Tho people "We regret very much that Dr. ing, usually held in the afternoon, do-i- t Mrs. Helen Schultz and Miss Vincent Falisl, who was In the city took plaw after the mass In in.. migni cnange uuwise. its have been taucht to hate th Pn Ophelia Schultz, of the city, were for a few days last week. Is going Bentrand Hall. President John A. opinion this week, judging from the Like Senator Sherman, they only ex- last week guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. to make his home at Louisville, Doyle received the now members, many clashes between whites and pose their Ignorance or their malice Davern, at Parkview. after having served In France. While and the conference reports showed when they attempt to give a reason negroes In the capital city. living here ho always showed a deep that muoh charity work was being for their suspicions; but the fact is Mrs. Philip Ackerman and Master interest in mo oroer, ana u is wun iono in all sections of the clv. that prejudice has, been so deeply Philip Ackerman were last week the much regret that we see him leave FOOIiS OR KNAVES. Implanted in them that they find It guests of Mr. and Mrs." James J. our city. May his prosperity be QUEEN'S DAUGHTERS.' ininnsaihli ipr nf It Tt la all Reagnn, Pewee Valley. measured only by the heaTty good t We had the pleasure of hearing tho result ot early training. The wishes of our council In his new There will be no meetings of tho Eamonn Da A alera, the President of repetition dC old calumnies has made Mrs. J. J, Sullivan, who has beon home." Queen's Daughters until the first the Irish r ipubllc, deliver a brief ad an indelible impression on their visiting he- - sister. Mrs. Arthur Kaye. Friday In September, the organizayoung minds. We can understand and Miss Mattie Davies, has returned GOING TO PARIS. tion having adjourned over tho dress the othor day, and what par tho suspicious attitude of so many to her homo In Chicago. month cf August. At the last meet- ticularly impressed us was the calm, of those outside the church who Very Rev. M. S. Ryan, C. M.. jng it was voted to take a room nnimpassloned presentation of Ire have been brought up to believe Judge Matthew O'Doherty and President of Kenrick Seminary, and m the Republic building, whloh will land's claim to American support, hoary falcahoods about the Pope. Mrs. O'Doherty will leave the latter Very Rev. William H. Musson, C. M bo a great help to the society. The But we find tho part at FOR 'Man. writes the editor of the True Voice. ROOd faith it hard to believe in who weeksof next month to spend several President of St. been Seminary at- - room will be opened soon, and thero of an individual Perryvllle. have in the Eastern States. elected to nll of tho committees will meet and There wa3 no fierce denunciation endeavors to spread calumny no Chapter of the the work that was carried on in tend tho General of England, no appeal to hatred, matter what his training may have Francis Shelley left last week for Congregation of tho Mission which tho homes of the members will be 110 must Know that it is Central City, where he will spend will be held In Paris, September 27. transacted there. no threat of bloody re- - jDeen. lino no,nlna lilet the remainder of the summer with Verv Rev, Thomas O'Nell Finney, TifiTnera wrntiir volution. Evidently tho Presldont of neighbor., Tho cable Informs us that his brother, C. M., will go with them. These Riohard H. Shelley. SACRED irEART ItETREAT. Ireland is a sane states-- , a member of Parliament in his n three priests will represent the as lo whether tho British envoy who realizes to. the full his tion Mrs. Maiy Sheridan entertained at Western province of tho Vincentlan During the Temalnder of the sumto be refalled' dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Minor fathers, and three other delegates mer there vill bo three masses, at responsibility on his visit to Amer- asked whether the , were Riley and family and Mrs. Oscar will go from tho Eastern province, 5:30. R:30 and 9:30 o'clock a. m.. . , , iua. aim who win not give tongue awaro tnat ownK to the pODe-- . Khal and children, of New Albany. of which Germantown, Philadelphia, a Sunday at tho Sacred Heart Re- to rash utterances which may injure hostility to the allies during tho war, Y. is tne center. treat. Benediction of the Blessed the cause he represents. Wo have'Beveral persons who had lost revV Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Schuh- Sacrament will be at 7:30 in the Subject to the Action of Democratic Party. Primary, TRIEST'S BEQUESTS. man entertained at 6 o'clock dinner evenings. been told that representatives of JKMlon Saturday, August 2, 1919. on Friday for Dr. G. M. Shaunty, wio uiiuvu oiuies uupivruiit-u- i oi Now- tnja waB a ciear cage ol prj0pa. who has Just returned from France. The will of tho late Father RECENT DEATHS. Justice wore- present to hear the gating calumny and calumny that VnntroQstenbergho, names Itev. ' had been completely refuted time pastor of address. If so, they found nothing Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Gavin havo Father John O'Connor, Charles F. Alberdlng, aged fifty-HoName church, as executor, tho seven, beloved husband ot Carrie in it to violate the espionage act and again under cover of what was returned after spending a pleasant apparently a harmless question, Two Alberdlng, 630 East Camp street, week visiting friends at Elfzabeth, estate being about ?8,000. or any other law of the land. Tj,e Government representative re- bequests of $1,000 each wore made expired suddenly early Monday may be true, as the papers plied that there was no conflrma-hav- o Ind. It by itJhe testator far masses for the niomlntr. He was well known In state-an- d reported, that in New York tlon f tho member's Implied Mr. and Mrs. Nolan B. Dant have repose of his soul, one to the tAb- - the East End and a devout member returned from a visit to Mr. Dant's bot of Gothsunane, and the other to of St. Vincent de Paul church, from Chicago some persons who at- hTs Be- - whore the funeral was held Wednes-questho Rev. Father O'Connor. tended the De Valora meetings hissed Hed. Tne wnder is that he had the parents, at Mr. and Mrs. James of ?1,000 each wero made to day morning. New Haven. and jeered the name of Presldont nerve to reneat a Ho that had been Cfr Treli' Pamnla TTranllnA Arnd- disproved so often and so complete WUeon. Whether this were Michael Hyland ifor many years a Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. O'Brien einy and St, Baphael's parish, both ally. In Daviess 'county; $200 each to St. 'resident of this city and an old friends of Ireland or men lies! The Pope unfriendly to thesuf- are registered at tho Marlborough-Blpnhol.Ask Cardinal Mercler who Atlantic City, where they Charles church, Marion county, and enmloye of the L. & N.. died Mon- who Vero sent there to make it ap- fered for hir patriotism more than the Howardstown church. Nelson day night at his home, 1234 West win spena tne summer. pear that the meetings were dis- any other friend of the allies. Ask county; $300 to the Little Sisters of Kentucky street. He was eeventy-th- e prisoners who were rerespectful to tho President Is an- - the disabled Miss Hattie Fredericks, of Port Poor and '$400 to Sister Agnlta ono years old. Surviving him aTe stored to their homes through the Fulton, has returned from a visit Coleman, Nazareth. his wife, Mrs. iMay Hyland, and sev- 4M"u " ,0 " offices ot the Pope. Ask the oral grown children. His funeral De Valera himself has no sympathy envovu whj wnr snnt tn the Vatican to Cincinnati, accompanied by Misses i took place Wednesday morning from SPRING CmCKEN SUPPER. Rose and Elizazbeth Murphy. with such sentiments, for be has for the war period by governments A fried spring chicken supper st. William's church, taken caro to deny any responsibili- that wished to profit by every diploMr. and Mrs. Frank Smith, Miss will be one of the special features matic waft years Albert L, Bauer, thirty-eigty for them. At public meetings, nearer breeze that might yet, them Mae Kelley and Anna O'Connor, of the lawn fete to bo given for St. to victory. And at this Tuesday and bid and a respected .resident of the Columba's which thousands attend, it is im- stage a member of Parliament can of Bowling Green, have been visit- Wednesday, church on August 5 and G. Every- - East End, died Sunday .morning In ing Mr. and Mrs. Grey O'Rourke, possible to guard against the stand in his place and ask a question Parkview. one who takes supper will be given his residence, 629 Rubel avenue. He presence of fools or knaves, who which he knows to be based on an portion of a Is survived by his mother, Mrs. at least a anDemocratic Primary, August 2, 1919 Another Catherine Bauer; three brothers, Mrs. E. J, O'Brien, Jr.. and little good sized springer. oari" attract public attention to their absolute falsehood. It Is only other evidence that thero are those daughter Martha- left Wednesday for feature of the lawn fete will be the Clinton J., Joseph v. and Louis E. antics. who refuse to see the truth. They Rosodale, Mich., to visit her parents, presentation of a numbered ticket, Bauor, and one sister, Mrs. HenTy There could be no more hann-tu.- 1 are deluded by error because .they Mr. and Mrs. John T. Malone, at absolutely free, to everyone present, Scanlan. Funeral soTlcea wore held want to entitling them to a chance on a Wednesday morning at St. JMartln's action by any friend of Ireland recklesslybe. And thoy sow calumnies their summer home. they hate the opal gold ring, but the church, in America today than 'the expres Pope moro because they love truth. than Capt. Neville S. Bullitt. C. J. luckypersonmustheon the grounds. sion or disrespect ror our jresiaent Their case is a Bad one; because Henry, Miss Mary Harrahan and Among other attraction will be some Many friends mourn the death of at a time when Ireland is seeking they .deliberately nut themselves Miss Margaret Fllben were among very Ibeautlful prizes and. the combl- - Mrs. Marie Garrlty, widow of the the Louisville people seen in New nation book awards, : Including a late James T. Garrlty and mother the good will and sympathy ot r beyond the reach of assistance. York City the past week. handsome wrist watch, set of silver of Mies Mary Garrlty, which America through De Valera's apo OWNS PENN HOME. and forks, etc. Euchre and curred Monday morning at her OF OWEN COUNTY peals. We are well aware that Among tho recent arrivals at Bay will be played each afternoon dence, 313 North Twenty-eigthere are and The home of William Fenn li View, Mich., were Mrs. Adam Vogt, and evening, beginning at 3 and street. Sh.) was held In high esteem men of Irish blood in Amer-- I ' owned by the Dominican Friars. The Miss Ruth L. Rodman, Mrs. F, G. 8 o'clock. 'Ice cream and soft drinks by her neighbors and for years was t0 Claney, Mrs. and Mr. E. Buckner, will be served, and the a regular attendant wt St. CaoiUa'd Rr931 who reckon little of consequence lea America, ?,0 to cupper ' will cost only church, where thte funeral eervicea Mrs. W, D. Babbett D. B. chicken De persecuHon by hiding ia thla house. Leigh t, all of Louisville. and to the cauee Democratic Primary, August 2, thirty-fir- e cents. were held Wedeeeday morning. . KENTUCKY IRISH flMEKKHffl. n!,.- TRIED and TRUE Don't Forget That Your Friend Aug-IFelte- n, - . Second-Cla- ti ,, JAMES D. BLACK 319-32- 1 k.., ....... 1 ..... a a ... -r- a SOCIETY. I ( I self-defens- e, - i FOR iiw-irH- GOVERNOR at the primary August 2nd, and wants and needs the vote of every one of his friends in this section of the state. 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For good, clean agency contracts with renewal commissions, en tnat you may build up a business of your own and have an Independ ent permanent Income, address the Home Office of the Company. INTER-SOUTHER- N JOHN B. O'LEAKY & CO. sent an army to Tours to carry away tho suspect. Ruccolen, the Klect Judge James E. Peery, of Headquarters for King's emissary, threatened to deIndlniupolis, as National PROPERTY AND FARM CITY stroy the city if tho Duke were not President. surrendered, but Gregory was firm anything In real See us about and permitted tho troops to devasestate. Wo sell, buy and rent. tate the fields surrounding the city 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. and eVen to burn down the episco Aspirations Home Phone City 4464. pal residence rather than violate the Eulogies of Ireland's The Right of Asjluin us PracTight. the Dominant Note Through-tin- t And all of SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY. ticed in the Middle this in spite of the fact that Gunth-ramConvention. Gregory as a was known to Loans to those having regular InAges. comes or salary, with no publicity dishonest man. The situation wa3 aggravated by the flight to the same or red tape. Loans to housekeepers church of Chilperlc's son Meroveus, President of Irish Republic Quest tn their personal security. physician Marlleif, Defense of Fuglthcw Against the and the King's F. It. POOLEY, of Honor nt Snturdny whom tho bishop fed, clothed and Building, Kooni 1, Courier-JournBanquet. protected until they escaped from Power of Mighty and 410 8. Fourth Street. the church. The city was seized and UnJusU partly destroyed, but Gregory remained Arm to his trust. Another instance cited by Prof. CABLE MESSAGE TO THE POPE. r. E. YANN DAIRY COMPANY Fehr illustrates the observance of Incorporated. WAS WHOLESOME INSTITUTION. the right of sanctuary by a simple priest One of Chilperlc's nobles, SOUTH WENZEL ST. ' Rauchlng, noted for his inhumane of ofiflcers treatment of his subordinates, de- at ElectionEammon De and a. banquet which Both Phones 4202 Valera, PresiIn the Irish- Theological Quarterly manded of this priest the surrender tho Irish Claude C. II. Williamson contributes of a young man and woman, both dent of of honor republic, was the guest Saturday night, some Information on the right of his feudal subjects, who had been closed the "SOUTHERN STAB" sanctuary. This right, or the right married and had fled from him into Ancient t'ntional convention of the of asylum, consisted in the privilege the church, demanding tho right ot United Order of Hibernians of the SLICED BACON States and Canada and Its enjoyed by all those persecuted Just- Banctuary against Rauching's perseAll Ready for Your Griddle In the ly or unjustly of flying to a church, cution. Tho priest refused to re- Ladles' Auxiliary. Judge James E. Deery, IndianMorning" where they obtained for themselves lease them until the foudal lord had HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE Immunity against capture or vio- pledged himself by oath not to sepa- apolis, was elected National Presilence of any sort on tho part of their rate the couple, Rauching solemnly dent, sucaedlng Joseph McLaughlin, LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. pursuers; they enjoyed this privi pledged himself to the observance former Congresman form PhiladelIncorporated priest's demand, but later phia. Mrs. Mary F. McWorther. lege whllo they remained in the of tho President of woman buried Chicago, was plare held sacred. In the mean- had the man and DEAD ANIMALS while the priests or iblshops used alive together, boasting afterward the Ladles' Auxiliary. Other ofiflcers their influence to secure justice for that he had fulfilled his oath to the elected were: HIGHEST' CASH PRICES PAID National Vice President Richard them, to calm the passion of the letter. Tho priest, advised of the pursuer an effect which was great- crime, saved the man's life, but the Dwyer, Bo3ton; Call Home Phone City 721; Vice President for Canada Peter Cumb. Phone Main 721. ly favored .by time Itself. For fre- woman had died of suffocation. Doyle, Montreal. Such Instances illustrate the ben- J. quently while the persecuted person LOUISVILLE RENDERING CO. Secretary John.O'Dea. Philadel enjoyed tho safety of the asylum the evolent charity of tho church toward passion of the persecutor subsided the persecuted and oppressed and phia. Treasurer John Sheehy, Mont of Its own accord. The bulk of the her firmness against tho mighty. IL1MBLY BROS. SHOE STORES article by Williamson is devoted to There is in the right of asylum as gomery, Minn. Directors William Boyle, San rulings and incidents transpiring practiced In those ages by the during tho late Middle Ages, the church a wholesome lesson of tem Francisco; Joseph A. Daly, WashAll Kinds of Footwear For the Whole Family twelfth century and after, and is pering justice with mercy, and like ington; John V. McCarthy, Syracuse, confined largely to England. As a wise or binding the ausoiutistio N. Y.; John J. O'Connor, Kansas Two HAMBLY'S Stores matter of fact, however, tho chief power of the strong. The Tight of City, Mo.; P. E. Sullivan, Portland, value of the right of asylum was sanctuary was a wholesome institu- Oregon. Shaw. 1716 In addition to President, the 20th and Portland. realized most in the earlier centuries tion under the conditions existing In City 7164 nnd particularly during the forma- - those ages; It forestalled the com- Ladies' Auxiliary elected the follow- 18th and Magazine tlvo period of tho early Middle Ages, mission of many acts of violence ing: In the Frankish kingdom on the con- that would othorwiso have been Vice Adele peofxiS's provident; ABSOOIATiea Mrs. President committed under tho influence of Christie, Cleveland. tinent. Incorporated many Socialists and passion. It saved the innocent from These are Secretary (Mrs. Susan McNamee, Was Organized 1)7 n Oltlitni unjust punishment and secured fair Charlestown, Mass. others, enemies of tho church, who on all possible occasions accuse her treatment for tho guilty. It is sugTreasurer Miss Margaret X OAS of having done nothing and of do- gestive of the strong Influence of Pittsburg. ing nothing fortho persecuted and the church for justice unmoved by and Othtr Personal On Pnrnitnx Director Mrs. Mary Arthur, In Property at downtrodden and the victims of ab- passion, and for char'ty rregardless dianapolis. innocence, wealth or povX.OWEBT BASES solutist power. Just how unwar- of guilt or A resolution protesting against the ranted such an accusation Is is evi- erty, power or helplessness. A cor- League of Nations covenant because COLEMAN BUILDING of this of provisions therein alleged to be dent from the institution of the rect estimation of tho value THIRD AND JEFFERSON right of sanctuary, tho value of institution may bo obtained by con detrimental to a free and indepen- S. E. COR, Both Phones 2886 which is apparent to any objective sidering tho effect or the right oi dent Ireland was" adopted by the student of history. "Fugitives and canctuary on the crime of lynching, auxiliary. victims of persecution found a place so prevalent in this country. The Eulogy cf Ireland and of the Medley Hotel and Restaurant of refuge and salvation In the men whom it prevented from wreak- aspirations for freedom of governvicchurches and the homos of the ing vengeance on some hapless Right Services Bishops," writes Dr. Joseph Fehr In tim were no less brutal than the ment In Ireland were the dominant opened the speeches notes nls book on State and Church in the average mob. Tho representatives annual ofconvention that ithe Ancient Right Prices Frankish kingdom to the time of of tho church were, however, more Order of Hibernians of America and in Day and Night Charlemagne, "without discrimina falthtul to their charge than most Canada. Greetings to the delegates tion as to their social condition." of our sheriffs and constables, being messages from United And os the same author points out, willing to defend at any cost those cam in James and Phelan, States 620 WEST MARKET ST. Arch"at a time when the wildest who had obtained an asylum in the SenatorsO'Connell ot 'Boston, and a Both Phones 2406 bishop house or God! passions of revenge tempestuouscommittee was appointed to draft C. B. or C. V. ly demanded expression, protection GK R k a message to Popo Benedict XV. at R E against them needs must have been Rome, asking his blessing on tho Adolph Routllnger GOOD FERRY BILL. of the greatest beneficial results." work ot the convention. Some of the Incidents cited by the INSURANOK Preparations tor the coming to Fontaine Ferry Is now at its author Illustrate both the sacred-nes- s TORNADO, LIABILITY AND sanctuary was zenith as Louisville's popular amuse- San Francisco or Eamonn De Valera, with which tho PLATE GLASS The President ot the Irish Republic, regarded and tho forceful assertion ment and recreation iresort. 123 SOUTH THIRa STREET right by Iblshops and priests park attractions are drawing the overshadowed all else at the early of tho against the arbitrary passions' and greatest crowds over known, and in sessions of tho Ancient Order. Plans SAVING.-ANLOOISVILLE demands of those in power. When the theater the audiences are being were formulated for a special train SOUTn was under greeted by the established favorites to carry to Sacramento a delegation Duke Gunthramm-Bos- o DEPOSIT HANK suspicion of being responsible for of the vaudeville stage. The offer- of Hibernians and the ladles' Auxil Fourth and Central Avenue iary to great De Valeia and his party the death of Theodebert, son of King ings are all high class. Three Per Cent. Paid on Saving Deposits. A General Banking Busl ness Transacted. time-sanctionm Chilperic, he fled into the church of St. Martin of Tours. Bishop Gregory made himself tho champion of the persecuted man, or rather of the right of asylum, and defended tills right against tho King himself, who JOHN D. ROMMEL CO. HIBERNIANS 014 South Third St. FISK TIRES ACCESSORIES SAM L. ROBERTSO CONTRACTOR FOR ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WOKS 1815 8. Twenty-sixt- h St. Home Phone Shawnee S68 WM. P. BANNON CONTRACTING PLASTERER Brook and Bloom City 8380 Home City 2803 REPAIR WORK Cumb. S. 16J-T al A SPECIALTY 008-51- 0 FRED HORNUNG, JR. PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING 712 West Jefferson Street LoulsvIUo, Ky. Home Phone Shawnee 801 HENRY GOSS Hoofing, Guttering, Spouting rtn Roofs Repaired and Painted - Asphalt Shingles a Specialty 2011 W. Broadway, GLOBE Louisville, Ky. SECURITY & LOAN CO. Incorporated. A. Lazar, Manager .Money Advanced on Your Plain Note 312 West Jefferson Street (Second Floor) Home Phone City 2967. You NATIONAL HATTERS Home Phone City 1931 TOM TOLAKIS. Prop. 25 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. Suits Pressed While You Walt. Hats Cleaned and Blocked While ' I i Hats a Specialty. Work Called For md Delivered. Our Motto: "Service, Walt. Soldiers' Uniforms and attention and Quality." Well-know- THE SIGN OF QUAMTY 3ighl'd 7411 East 180 KENTUCKY LAUNDRY CO. Incorporated 014-02- e, II 11 2 Underbill St. Jeo. Dearborn Manager JNO. P. MORTON & CO. INCORPORATED 820. Louisville, Ky. OFFICE OUTFITTERS STATIONERS PRINTERS Kstablished 1 DTLIN 00 THE VERY BEST FIRE EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS D J. M. 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More than 35,000 Bank Accounts, representing ico.ooo people with a total deposit of more than $10,000,000, is the monument of confidence built by the bank. peopS of LouteviUa at this safe, conservative 1 wiii P iii 111 1 11 1 rv 1 . 1 1 Twe-SlH- To UNDER THE BIG CLOCK ' MARKET AT SECOND tt4 F&oMT ,' TCUTHe ve, 3ajll Came OfrtrtAT UHO VHoH&S 14 SC&& H6i SlCtC AMD THEM SITS iH I "TVK TrtC Ha So'os uM MtS IW Ms HU BAlft o4cte AWlTAIOsd X(LTMPAV I IMJ r tuc xo uv sew '. 16 Ay is gowDAy ALAPH CLOCK ffcR AN FoltfeT-- TH thcM NOT tC bsbjme5cS LET US KNOW Local and lone distance moving with motor vans. Furniture, packing and Esshipping'. All work guaranteed. timates cheerfully furnished free of charge, Both Phonei Smith Motor Wheel $40 Twin motorcycle $100. One Twin Indian. One R. S. Single, f 50. Ono Yalo Twin cheap. 38x3 Inner Tubes, $1.50. Cut price on supplies, Auoxiex HT0KA8E 00. (Incorporated) 4M Ht Mala Btrset a A. AKXOX.D k BOWS R. L. DAVIS, Agent, 8. W. Comer Seventh and Broadway, MEN TRY US $1.00 PALM BEACH SUITS SUITS THREE-PIEC- E Puis Cleaning and Dyeing Co. INCORPORATED Both Phones 2635. M. J. BANNON, m 2 I : z I !' $1.50 WE AKE RESPONSIBLE. BEST SEUVIGE IN THE CITY. Prosidcnt and Mua.er. P. IANN0N. JR., Vlci Pras. and Tress. 7 :ketptjo:r:y 'I 1, in tmjrrrm my jjafc-j- iias?5s.jjia3KgHggff5 iiiix ''"1 ""n ; "" ambrioakt. " ,',". ', " - - ..... Ml.HWMWiii ji ''W1 i 4 K -- JJ UlJiLaPS2555 FINE bSbbSk MBBBBBfe BMfWIP v j9HbSse bbSbSbVbk "TSl 'j? "; av m GOWNS short notice. Exquisitely cleaned on 421 W. Chestnut St. ' i iBVsJBKSRri9K TBBiBHBBHnBaiBB&BBlsBBBB Ptkta MbEHbUB ' , 3p$lfL ?kVflHHiBBBllBlBBBHBllHKBlBlBBllllBlll.llllllllllBlllllllH xbbsbsbsbsHebssbsbssbbbbbbbbbbpH i'i bsbsh9ssbbk9R3KBbbsHbBb YbSbYbIBbYAYbSBBFLX-iBbYbBbYbB- e , u.SBBBBBBbBbYbBbSmS99IbSIbbBBBbSBBBBBBbSHBm'"?bSB1 MEN'S CLOTHING Cleaned the government way. Wo know how! They come back to you sterile and clean. ESTIMATES FURNISHED On Marble, Granite Monuments and Markers. Given to i rm JsBBMsSIB 1MR wSUfWbbBHHbBbbWBt ? l P. BANNON PIPE CO.: iBBBBBHBaBV'aBHK,aBBMHlBBHBBBllBBSH'r " ttHXiMBiuMBlHi BWHbB11 IbBBBBbW. SPKCIAIi ATTENTION Orders. PRICES REASONABLE. Oiit-oNTo- ! . , B. F. Marquess & Co.: 613 S. Fifth St. Louisville, KyJ Sewer and Calvert Pipe, Bannoa's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits, Wall Coping, Drain Tile, Vitrified BrlcH, Fire Proofing, Flue Lining, Fire Bricil . f ..... .. Vnll . Til,. CI.. PI., rlilmn.v Tnnt ,, H1UCBUUWIIII lllC,lll.U.VmU. .- -r oppicr sic; south IbIIIIb1HkSbIIbBbBb.IIIIIIIIIIBbHbbb.IIBB tsHl.sBwMlilslslslslslsHssHl V, fC " . !,;' -- x 7 MJaBmiMkkWr w " snRsP1! 3a Silk Shirts When Swiss JOHN B. RATTERMAN . thirteenth street. CUMB, MAIN i PHONES CITY ) 373-178- 507. 1 VOIUC9-Thirteenth- aud Breokinrld and Ninth and Mngnalin. &I.IIHSn.H.III.MHlHIHR4MB&.KVSSCfejv . TiB isisKaiKMia"rnMHi. ws- KTOKjpsrojMPMBMf ,itisWsisW Mr mmmrsmmwammm ?,?:?? i?77xs &?t .vywrvs vr ,iattmafmm.c. L,.m.--i, :$w , x'T&mztmK&T&jmmmm wz$xm3Fmr:-I,,, inin,.M.ir- ii 77, C 1 ;i :Lw,r vtr. - never lose their newness. One trial will convince you. cleaned FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 WEST MARKET STREET PllOnfiS Shnu'nflrt 19A1. P.nmharlariA . w West 1107a. I.MUlW-J.lTf-f-J- r - '' TT1' If ,",mffl'" J.J1II - l QRAN W.SMITH'S SON! AL. S. SMITH, PROP. LIEUTENANT COirMANDBR ALBERT C. READ AND CREW OF NC-- 4 Mr. Hawker of the Sopw.tth Transatlantic flight Seated left to right, Oommander Towora, of NC-Admiral Plunket, U. S. Navy; Mrs. Graham White and Commander Albert C. Read. 3; SWISS Cleaners & No Job Too Large or None Too Small. Dyers "SEE US." Liberty Electric and Repair Company Oar Motlot Prompt Service, Bet ten Work, Satisfied Customers. Phone City 270(5 745 S. Sixth St. Louisville, Ky. i TOLERANCE Evidenced by Church in Acceptance of Tlino Honored Usages and Institutions. Funeral Director and Embalmer i BOTH PHONES 810. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS, HjH"i - :"i"C"i''W - ';"i 0tl9f j Her Opponents Showed IntolCMinco in Abolishing Early Existing Customs. DOUGHERTY ! Funeral Directors X & McELUOH J and Embaimers I Homo City 209S X 0 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, The Right of Asylum Was Not to Screen Malefactors From Punishment. 4l4AtVVVlA4AVlVVVtVWVtVV.,tVVlVVV 717-71- WEST From the Iconoclasts of the early ages down to (the most recent revolutionaries there Is one trait com mon to all those who have fostered movements to antagonistic the CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971-- y HOMEPnONE88 church, namely the dlslre to abolish the" existing order and the customs, usages and Tights of the people, whilo the church has ever found room for such usages and Institutions within her discipline as were not incompatible with faith and morality. And many existing customs and laws she idealized and sanction ed. Her enemies, in the early centuries, destroyed the Ikons, the images and statues of the saints, and the Mohammedans followed in their footsteps, eliminating pictorial and sta tuary art not onlv from the house M&ln 2160-City 2360. of God but alio from the homes and the lives of the people. The Image Breakers of a still later age not only sacrificed pictures and other works of art to their passion for reform, but also destroyed libraries of value. The reformation WUISVILIiB, EX. sought to do away with many 0 B. CHESTNUT things that the people held sacred, and soon, through this same movement, "Merrie" England lost Its nverriness in consequence of the loss of the formor faith, of the popular festivals and of customs long observed by the people. The 1529 WEST MARKET STREET French revolution destroyed so previously exmuch of what nad isted rights, usages and institutions that the constitutional Bishop Gregolre asserted in 1794, that "the mere list of stolen, destroyed and mutilated works of art Ex would fill several volumes." ponents of Liberalism and the movers of the agitation for en If You Want the Best We Have It. lightenment in the past century were guilty of th same offense. Our presg ent day efforts to revive at Chrlstmastlde are naught but INCORPORATED a reaction against the prohibitions imposed by men hostile to the BROOK AND A STS. church. On the oHier hand, the tolerance HERBERT JENKINS, Sec. and Trt. of the church is exemplified In the W. G. RORK, PrUnI. retention of the language and many institutions VULCANIZING CO. usages andihe brought of the people to whom the boon 01 INCORPORATED faith. While the language of the mass, the office and the ritual (with GUARANTEED VULCANIZING . a few exceptions) Is the language Office and Workrooms Northeast Corner Seventh and Brontlvray of the church, the language 01 the neonle remained the medium 01 Louisville, Kentucky Homo Phone City 2511 preaching and local administration. Even today congregational singing in the vernacular and prayers in the "We Axe As Close To Ton Aa Vonx language of the people express this Phone" attitude or the church towards th usages of the people. The church USE US NEW METHOD STARK'S SHOE REPAIR SHOP Climb. Main SDOS-- a j.4'M"I-!"- I !""t"l"!"t"t"l"H,l" both ijaoifi3;ss. t i'H'4"I-W"I-W"M"H'"i-'W4 SANCTIONED PAROLE SYSTEM. J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. East Malix Street. MfeVVVVVAMrMVMVVWVVVVVVV 8223 T. D. and Embaimer L. DirectorBAX Funeral THOMAS KEENAN OUR LUMBER IS GOOD LUMBER & FRED O. JOT3BS BROADWAY O O. "3 carol-sing-In- Phones 2207 and the authorities open to her reach Dovir from Yorkshire, their this was one of the influence retained and sanctioned intentions--anOffice 617 Fourth Ave. and hallowed many of the customs "conditions for their Immunity bePlant 909 S. Sixth St. and usages of those who came Into ing to leave the country, which inher fold when a les3 humane agency volved abjuring tho rights of citizenmight have uprooted them and cast ship and the forfeiture of everythem aside, in order to Impose some- thing they possessed. It was decreed thing less natural, more artificial. that while on such a journey the The church Christianized many of felons wore to wear a costume which the people's feasts, as the student would caiiEtf them to be recognized wdll verify. St. John's as having sanctuary; and tho king of day, May day, Epiphany the bles- forbade anyone, under pain of life sing of herbs and fruits (Assump- land limb, to kill them while they At tion), of the sea when the fisher- were pursuing their Journey. men went forth to cast their nets, the end of the jorney an officer the blessing of bridges, ships and branded them on the brawny part dwelllnghouses all df these observ- ui 1110 luiuii.u wiia a leuor a, standances and ceremonies have a count- ing for tho word "Abjure," so that erpart In Ihe original practices and all men might know in what relaDash 10c customs of the pagans who bowed tion they stood henceforth to sotheir heads to her mild yoke. Her ciety. It they could find no passage public processions, services dn the over aed they were bound each day A. . 5c p open, many parish celebrations, show to walk out in the water, to make the adoption and Christian adapta- In proof of their good-wi- ll tion of usages observed among the passage. Best Cigars pagans whom she converted. The procedure in the instance The humane spirit of the church quoted corresponds to a degree and her tolerance of institutions with the practice observed by numernot sprung from her own teachings ous pagan nations. In the example but torn the former beliefs and cited It represents the expression of customs of .the people with whom certain requirements of ithe old Ger- As Neif to You as tbe Nearest Phone" she oame into contact ds illustrated manic law, which was, under the In the continuation of the observinfluence of 'the church, made the FUNERAL FLOWERS Its obance of the right of asylum or of Christian Germanic law. sanctuary. This right was well servance Illustrates the point at IsA SPECIAL SPRAY $3.00 known In antiquity and In many sue that the church gladly built countries cmong barbarians and up on tho wholesome institutions X SPECIAL WREATH $5.00 d which she found among her civilized pagans. children. "Places of sanctuary and asyIt is also interesting to note that lums far the protection of the persecuted were known among all peoples the church, in adopting and sancof ancient times and of the Middle tioning thla right of asylum lent her Ages," says Prof. Joseph Fehr In sanction to what was in principle his book on State and Church in the application of what dt is today goo ltegthAvgneLgwvtigj the Frankish 'Kingdom to the time known as the parole system. The of this Tight at of Charlenlagne "sections of the administration country, cities, islands, altars, times led to temporary or permanent Ve telegraph Flownrs Kverywhert temples, statues were recognized as Immunity fioin punishment, on the offering protection against persecu- condition of good conduct and obtion; at times political, at others servance of the stipulations connectreligious motives inspired the set- ed with the light. The right dncluded ting apart of these places of refuge." opportunities for repentance (In the The taking over of the idea of a case of th3 guilty) and of reform. sanctuary for the proteotion of the Frequently the conditions of Im- DR. JOHN P. BECKER persecuted by the church is of early munity themselves constituted a Claude C. H. Williamson, penance and opportunity for betterrecord. writing recently in the Irish Theo- ment. At times a temporary absence OPTOMETRIST, logical Quarterly, rightly says: from home, a pilgrimage, a visit to monastery, and such like observ- SPECIALIST IN FITTING GLASSES "Early Christianity soon introduced tt the right of asylum to the churches. ances served to atone for the wxong EutiropiuB says that Christian people committed (with the exception, of Twenty Years' Experieuco. who were chased by a crowd were course, of restitution where such Prices Reasonable. refuge." accorded St. Augustine was required). Thus protection and tolls us in his "City of God" that correction were combined In an ideal 115 StarkH Building. Third Floor even Alarlc, after .taking the city of manner a thing which the modern Fourth and Walnut. spared all those who had parole system sets out to achieve, Rome, Phone City 1180. taken refuge In the churches. Papal though in a less auspicious manner, sanction of .the jrlght of asylum was inasmuch ns the spiritual needs of granted by Fopo Leo I. about 460. the offender are lost sight of in our though the Council of Orange had day. C. B. of the C. V. dealt with the matter In 441. Gregory tha Great, recognizing the i right and its observances, "enacted DEVAfiTCRA TO SOLDIERS. that the right of asylum was to be used to further the Interests of "This is the greatest pleasure ex:: equity and not to screen malefactors tended to me since I have been In from punishment." We have tbe largest lnde- - . . United States," Eamonn De I pendent rord Kepair Shop In , , Thus the church and .those nations the re- X tho city. which permitted themselves to be Valera, "Pvsident of the Irish Z Our modern facilities moan o 4, guided by her, adopted an existing public," said Saturday night at San X skilled service at reasonable 4, wholesome institution and regulated Francisco in addressing wounded . GET OUR PRICES the application of its benefits. The soldiers from Letterman General "Any Make Oar Towed In" Hospital .it the 'Red Cross House, methods used in this and in other instances' were proximate, not far- Presidio. DUGAN GARAGE "In your fight for liberty everyfetched; not - exotic. IRA J. DUOAN, Adoption or existing usage, and the where we felt that you entered our Shop Foreman and General sanctioning thereof may be noted in cause we-- o fighting for our cause Manager the regulations obtaining during the as well as your own. But the people 1315 SOUTH BROOK STREET . of India, Egypt, Korea and Ireland reign of Edward III. of England, $ VVVVV VVVV to the observance of this are In tho tame thraldom as in the right. Under his rulo the persons ac- past. Your soldiers entered the cused were allowed to flee the army to fight for liberty of our country provided they observed country and returned homo to find inpjowhie and Abmrmal Nails Scliotlflcalfy Treatil certain conditions. They were obliged they had Deen cheated." to keep to the king's highway, and TAKES OUT STAINS. to travel with a wooden cross in Dr. Uriah Z. Litsey d their hands,' and bareChiropodist headed, in which potatoes have Water and dn their coats only; 507 they were not permitted to remain been boiled will take out coffee fBB JBBBW.4'vrr. two. nights in the same place, and and tea stains If the llnnon Is tUmTr'.'fJyyfKUmtatm SUrlts &tVif'. ,"ww!IKs.,bI were allowed only mine days to soaked In it before being washed. Buildl. d folk-lor- o I ! SMOKE TARPY'S 1 Fresh Ohio River Fish UKGE1VKD DAILY, OHIO RIVER Lady knee-dee- Little I Made! A SPECIALTY. "t"I"H"H"i-H"tt44'.j.jlit..,..4.- Segal & Boyer Fish Co. 311 Enst Jefferson Street. Home City 1061. $1.35 Cincinnati $1.35 $2 Round Trip $2 ON STEAMERS newly-gaine- America and Queen City At 5 P. M. Every Friday. m MEET THE BOAT TRIPS ,Every Sunday at 9 a. in. from Third and River. Plione Main or City 141. 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OLD MAN HARRIS adFiMri NOW L5bU IFOR IS THE r Inter-Souther- ST. XAVIER'S .COLLEGE OR BUY? nt SO VOU WANT TO SBM1 or find I can Sell or Trade Buyer for your Business, Farm, Mine or Property of any kind or descrip- e and tion, we navo Businesses Sale Enter-trleeIn ,al-mof every kind For any part of Kentucky. Indiana Phone Sbawnee 42. Nnd othes States. To Buy If You Want or Private or Sell at Sale Auction Wo Are Motor Doctors, Skilled Write or Call Are Heady to. Servo You. .a 113 W. Broadway, oaisvlU, Xy. rVin.1notv1 hv Mm Yunrlui Brothers Iflasalcal, Buslnesi and Bclentlflo Courses, Preparatory Department. uix Swimming: Pool, Well Equipped Gycm IU1U. MEN'S BLACK OR TAN IOIUIH UlUUCie.s AUTO OWNERS Ex-por- ts bbbHAI THe 0 Bro. Benjamin, nlr W0RKSH0ES $3.50 to. $600 Thei ghoea are world beaters they look wall and. they itasd the ban?) of service. They are deslirnca and built for service and they render that service. Full line of Tires, Tubes and Accessories. .Tires and Tubes Vulcan1 Sttate Bd Auctfoaet ized. Batteries charged and re76M02 XOUISVILLB TRUST BLDO: paired. 4tHb. Phone. Main 2960 City C83 PORTLAND AUTO RBPATO CO.,, Home Phone. ' st With Us, o Want t j 877 N Tweaty.glxth St, a for 0RMot susuraM sxoxAxas ETKBIDE r"" it HtS poCKfET AFTgH M rU.S Hl urp HC PHT THC MWHT AT TH6 TAW: TOCC -- 4oof uh fkJp.:eTi to eriPTV (!.. && THC SIMP UHO'VlACKS OOTOF WAT SKTOfMI uHTHiTHe : cv:eT'3Tiu"-riciM- a FRED ERH ART r--s im pM I I t.ib Rv LJI-- SPOHDS A AT A i ' ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N.W.Cnicr piCTOe AMP THINK? LOoKff fOHMy - SPALDING SHOE CO. SXSKTXKimc AKD ICUI.S Out of the High-ReDistrict nt SCIH4 THcr ttooM Furlkti' Jeffenon .Fair srskniisi f '?; Jlfi ;; eceiokiy irish LOUISVILLE PEOPLE SHOULD ANSWER TO OARSON. MxaioAisr. FATJIEll DEMTSEY SCORES. FT I Hon. M. J. Ryan, answering Sir SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES So many" times has It happened Rdward Carson's absurd and Insultthat now It scarcely causes commont In St. Louis when Fathor Timothy ing suggestions to tills country, deuompsey steps in mo arena whore clares America should rejoice tlhat employers r.nd employes aro In bit Sir Edward Carson speaks for a ter conflict and, by his honest sym- losing cause. represents In 'He patny ana strong cense of Justice, tolerance and organized Ignorance, brings matters to a peaceful issue. in Ireland; but the great World War his latest successful efforts as now ended has happily eounded the mediator brought the Klnloch death knell of both. Me As not an strike to an end. The conUlsterman; he is a very able lawyer tention on both sides seemed too with a- largo English practice. He determined for an early settlement, years ago became the counsel of tho Oculists' Prescriptions. but after many conferences with the land owning class, whose Infamies officials and an earnest England has joined In helping to SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY ino striKers to go back appeal' to to work, abolish. Ho now represents what Is Father Dempsoy succeeded in obtaln- XHCoarexATED Ascendancy party, which called the llng a unanimous vote for the accept- Is made up of those who personally Fourth nnd Chestnut. ' anco of the final terms offered by profit by the acknowledged tno company, until he took the of Ireland. The arousstand and made his plea for ing of Irreligious rancour has over HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY of the struggle there seemed an end to bo been a potont weapon in his armor much doubt In the strikers' minds of hate and he has again invoked as to what further steps they might DIVISION S. It. That it Is only a weapon for take to enforce their demands. In foreign uses ought to be clear to First and third Fridays, Hibernian reviewing Father 'Dempsey's previous Americans when they learn that Home, 0 Portland, record in untying Gordians knots among the chief contributors to the which threatened to seriously affect President Tim O'Leary. Carson Unionists funds aro some of local commercial Vice President Walter Murphy. interests, the the leading Catholics of England records show that twice he was Financial Secretary John particularly tho Duke of Norfolk. mediator In teamsters strikes; three 1850 Portland avenue. It Is well known that six years ago Recording Secretary John A. times his services restored peace In Carson sought tho aid of the late Martin. express company troubles, and the German Emperor and had the Ulster Fairbanks Soap Company, tho atovo Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. Volunteers supplied from Germany Sergeant-ftt-Arm- s Martin Shee-ba- molders, tho East St. Louts butchers with guns and ammunition. It was and packers, retail clerks, all admit Carson's threat of armed revolt In his influmco cast the deciding Sentinel Thomas Noone. case the Irlrh Home Rule law was balance for renewed friendly relaput In force that encouraged Gertions. He arbitrated the difficulties many to launch 'the World War: and of two shoe companies and made DIVISION 4. was Carson's appointment as at Meets second and fourth Monday. a settlement In impending trouble it torney general Jn the Coalition for a third; his services on behalf Bertrand Hall, Sixth streeti Cabinet, after his notorious treason, of the street car strikers were rePresident John J. Barry. that made Irishmen dispalr of ever garded as a supreme triumph as Vice President Mark J. Ryan. securing justice from England by well Recording Secretary Lawrence ing as his interference In tho BuildCarson now D. Meany. ' constitutional means. Trades Council of Common " JtBBBBBBBBBBK f "'TIIEi SbS asks ithat America shall attend to Laborers. From all of which it is Financial Secretary Thomas J. above its own affairs. This, however, is contention that Fathor Hale a change ironi the plea when the Langan, 2114 John F.avenue. Dempsey is not only guide and moniTreasurer Burke. cry for help came nccross the ocean under Sergoant-at-Arm- s Patrick Con- tor to tho wayfarers who come is also when England's army faced certain nelly. his spiritual jurisdiction, but Wo were then asked to Join defeat. one of St. Louis' most valuable exSentinel M. J. McDermott. with Great Britain to protect the perts in keeping the wheels of comgive rights of small nations and to merce working at full speed. to all peoples the right of NEAR MAYOR. America believed arusT cojie. that England meant to live up to her announcement, and when liberty fvA'HiijiBB8BMsiM8SBlBW vf 1 IbbbbbbVbbbbbe' Each day brings new evidence that ySj.x-jiEloving America supports Ireland's bbbbHuSbbW5v some kind of Intervention in Mexico .JBBsSBBBsBSBKSt. (Continued from First Page.) iffcyJBMWJBBBBg1wHBm 'BBBBBBsNIHk! demand, sho is only (insisting upon Is Imperative. Strong representaEngland keeping the faith. As to tions have been made to our State BECAUSE: He is the only Candidate from Northeastern Kentucky "lawlessness" in Ireland no matter cause thoy can become outsiders Department by both Great Britain the United and from the 9th Congressional District, and we need a well toi what extreme tho Republicans whenever they take the notion. Thi3 and Franco. If do somethingStates there may go, they would only be' past week two more prisoners de- does not soon the distributed ticket. teach- cided they were tired of fall life Interested putting in. practice tho avowed of Europe countries his nnd just followed in the footsteps certainly will. The Latest Irritating ing of Sir Edward 3803E BECAUSE: As a member of the Legislature he voted and made a clients who organizedCarson and an armed force or mo many who it news is the report that tho State speech for the eigjit hour law, the twice a month pay bill and to oppose tho enforcement of a law easy picking tootners when Xound got Department has information showing leave they other legislation and supported appropriation bills to make which had three times passed the good and ieady. That ola .'miliar that a number of Americans have Let not tho slogan you sec and aes? el as at been murdered in the Mexican oil secure the Kentucky School for the Blind of Louisville, and British Parliament. mere to which and the State Fair, all of which means so much to Louisville. shouldword , have its terrors, for It tachedenters penal Institutions, "Ho fieldsCarranza are under control of be understood that every who Government. here leaves hopo be- tho It Is agitation In Ireland Is apply to that the murders BECAUSE: He is a Lawyer of ability and will make a record as phrase of and distorted by British hind," certainly doesn't it is sug- - charged by soldiers of wero commagnified Jailer Barru place and Carranza. mitted Attorney General, of which the State can be proud. propaganda and heralded to America I. A. While under ordinary circumstances EIGHTEEN gested that xne present Jailer might crimes committed In one country as "lawlessness" to help chill BECAUSE: He will strengthen the ticket in November, As a warmth of American feeling. In the put over the door "Ho who enters against tho citizens of another all Candidate 'for the Legislature he carried one of the largest fairness and decency ought not a hero has always got a y country are not the cause of interRepublican district in the State by almost 1,000 majority and stop be put to this campaign of chance to get away." national trouble, it would appear run 500 vote ahead of his county tlckek in Breathitt county. slander bo and ought tonot tho Irish Well, well, well, the long delayed that In tho present instance the people dotermine for and promised new uniforms for our Mexican Government is at fault. As permitted Keystone cops finally- - arrived and yet we have not learned that Carthemselves their own government? the old and conduct- ranza has shown either the will or or boys were strutting around this the ability to protect the lives of HOME FOR NUNS. week as proud as when they used Americans. This bandit Is growing BAND CONCERTS PIneerest Inn, one of the most to servo on tho entertainment com- bolder and more offensive each day. VAVDEVIUP TVXT JXLUV TV7CE MJZY "back It may have been prudent to be beautiful mountain resort hotels in mittee at the county fair under 3ANCIN& SWIMMING POOL the West, was acquired by Right hum." Of course tho now uniforms patient "We have the stress of the big will not Improve, tho comedy cops war. that Job satisfactorniOTJimUHfM nrSOVT!f a4V(&mp svamtr Rev. Bishop Joseph S. Glass for use as policemen, but it will be a 'relief ily settled. It means that we can . u,r as a summer home for tho nuns of not to view RKTAVRAWT OE IVXE mun wiyHrticiyw turn our attentions to the south. the dirty, grassy-gree- n BEAVTIFUl the diocese. The hostelry will hereKeystonors were wear- It is said that Carranza, who Is n UPEI after be Known as Pinecrest Villa. clothes the big- ing, and now develops that some approachln? the endof his term as EVERY rKT "ittWSEflEWT CENTER EVERY NIGHT; Located thirteen miles from Salt of those old it Pxesldent, will Lake, at the head of Emigration police clothes, uniforms weTe'nt ovon in that office, not seek continuance While this Is a con House Canyon, Pinecrest has for a number used by near but were the uniforms cops when devoutly to1 be wished, wero of years been known as one of the street car boys. Speakingthey street summationUtile faith In any of the we have of most beautiful spots In Utah. It is cars, won't pledges of this man. Too promises a funny situated at an altitude where the the rumored it be car strikeeight if frequentlyorhe has proven himself a street comes sleeper needs blankets every night off? Semi-AnnuCleaning He al Will the Keystone cops, man that can not bo trusted. In tho year. Some of the most former street car men, take the of- lied to our Government to get reto be obtained from fensive against wonderful views their street railway cognition and no doubt is ready to MARKET STREET tHcaP0Mreo V rOURTH AVENUC tho Rockies are to be had from the brothers? But 'this will bo one Ho again to retain his power. villa and its environs. Tho villa It emergency when the comedy police self is a gem of Swiss architecture can show off proudly, as they can PRESENT IRISH APPEAL. We Giv nnd Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. and Its accommodations are palatial. fill the striker's shoes very easily, The hotel has sixty sleeping rooms, being efficient as anotormen or con A communication defining the at of which are provided with of the government of the and know all private baths. The great porch over- ductorsstreet car lino inthe runs, as titude republic toward the League of every is Irish looking the mountains Is 18x100 represented on the policetho city by Nations and asking that the Irish force feet In area and there ds also a com- some "hick" posing as a policeman delegates to the peace conference be modious sun parlor as well as an and drawing money under false pre given an opportunity to tako part In open air dining room. The entire tenses. tho further discussions of the con Boys' Men's in every building Is commodious The other night there was a scene ference, waB presented to M. Clemen- way and fully ample for the purpose Girls' Women's on Jeffer ceau. President of tho peace con2,000 yards of mill remnants jj to which it Is to used. It was built at the Interurban Station paint. Your choice of one lot of Col-- S One ference, on Saturday. The document, cost of son street m artist could ago, at a seven years orcd Skirting Material; all 36 of FIuo Quality Mercerized-fln-is- h our Keystone police in uniform which was dated from the Mansion This clearance of our tremendous summer stock No railroad traverses the of 190,000. Batiste with printed floral inphes wide and values up to Dublin, was signed by was amusing a big crowd of wait- House canyon and tho nuns will thus be ing passengers saving for prices are $1.00 a yard; July sale prlce..50c and figured designs; values from presents to you a two-fol- d J Eamonn De Valera, Arthur Grimth, up to 29c; July salcldp assured a privacy which could be country tunes and others by playing Joseph Noble and Count Plunkett, e Per- the bolt on an ukelele, A 4,000 yards of deeply cut and next season's footwear will be $2 to found in few other desirable spots crowd of girls the elected Irish delegates to me 40 bolts of Printed Dotted just cales, in dark and light colorclose to fho city. The place will be with laughter wero funnyshrieking conference. It was presented by sight of at tho ings, with neat stripe and fig- Dress Voiles; these have imper $4 higher per pair. Come! easy of access by auto, however, George Garan Duffin and John T. Koystoner murdering ured styles; they are the 30c fections in the printing; they aro since a now boulevard has been the Jittle instrument, anusic. with O'Kelly, the Farls representatives or ,22c 3G inches wide and sell in porand the values; July sale projected up the canyon, upon which his amusement of the girls convinced the Irish republic. It iread In part: ted goods at 50c; July salo work is scheduled to him construction h Percales: price WliHn "We are ready and willing to tai:o :. that 'ho was making the hit of .25c commence at once. 2 for children's dresses and suits; his llfo. Strumming tho instrument part in any conversation and discus Your choice of one odd lot of 34 Inches wide and our fine 35c and patting his foot to keep time sion which may De propeny laiu DeCANTILl.ON'S TEAM HERE. 23c Colored Beach Cloth; the with grade; July sale price to the music of such old classical fore us, and we ask the peace com is jo inches ana values up to gems as "Turkey In the Straw" and missioners to provide us witn an 50 pieces of White Dress 49c in regular assortment: July Apart Joe Canllllon, our "How You Gonna Keep 'em Down oonortunity for doing so. Voiles; 38 inches wide; of plain, sale price 25c will be hero this afternoon On the Farm," every now and then from the general grounds of right, sheer weaves and our regular One lot of Plaid for u three days', stay, and as tho he would yell out "balance all," the Irish utlon has a special and 35c grado; July sale price ....25c Voiles; splendid styles for house contests hetween the Minneapolis "swing your comers," "right left, peculiar interest in the league as 25 pieces of Plain Colored and children's dresses; in reguand the Louisville ball cluba are all hands around," etc. Only the at present proposea. an ino iorm Voiles; mercerized finish; with lar stock they sell at 35c; July always har-- fought, big crowds are coming of ' drawn CIGARETTES CIGARS the kars dispersed tho In which the covenant is now Ireland wide tape solvage; in a beautiful salo price expected. Tho Millers' loader Is a 50 In box loo up it threutens to confirm 9c, 3 for 25c American Special, 5c manager, who knows how to laughing crowd, rtheand many are In the slavery against which she has lOo Piedmonts ;f range of colors, also black; July $2.00 smart 1,200 yards of e 16o KTemers special, 5o 2.00 20c Piedmonts 50c Natural Linen Color Batistd of 2 sale players and al- wondering yet if was big Keystoner persistently got work out of his struggled since the lOo ukelele 2.00 9c, 3 for 25c uncle .MiKe, rc Chesterfields ways has a club that plays inside and hislong promised one of Chief English rim jnvaaea ner snore3 aim ,'i 20 pieces only of this a fine morcerlzed quality; our 2.00 Short Horn, So and over duo ., 20c 16c Donkey, 6c , . . grand-atanand jazz band. 2.00 ball. to pledge the re3t of the olvlllzed 10c Chesterfields I Black Dress Voile that is of a regular price of this batiste Is two-bi- The bettors d were managers thia Petty's 9c, 3 for 25c Surprise, 6c . . . 2.00 pleased world, which hitherto done us no 20o Favorites f medium weight and a regular 35c a yard; July sale price 10c week when manager Flaherty reFavprltes 16o nob White, 5o 2.00 wrong, to discountenance In the fu- 20c Cameln .$ 40c grade; July sale price ....25c 16c Pat Carroll. 6c 2.65 26 pieces of Mercerized QualJEFFERSONVILLR. signed, as the former are satisfied 2.65 16c Dan'l Upone, 6c ture .our Just endeavors to free our- 20c Lucky Strikes White Skirting Materials, in ity Batisto in flesh color, for 2.65 :14c, 2 for 26c Krciner s Extra, 6o Implacable 15c Ixindon Life that they could have been better from plain and fancy weaves; all 24 maklhg ,. ......... 2.65 undergarments 16o unison uiri, uc ISc Nebo The transfer of the Rev. Louis selvesbrutal the regime of and oppression under which luc .Mecca than second with a team that used a Becker, from St. Augustine's church, and 2.75 nc. s ror z&c Palma Villa, 6o inches wide and values up to gowns; our regular prico Is 39c semi-pr- o pitcher for two months and long. Ireland 20c Fatlma 15c Olc Virginia Clioroots, ..9c, 3 for 25a G9c; July sale 30c"a yard; July sale last we have suffered so 25c had hitters like Acosta, Boscher, Jeffersonvllle, where he came Rev. Is a distinct and' separate nation, 15c Helmnr. Trophies . ,14cr 2 for 25c PACKAGE TOBACCO 15a December' as assistant to .He, 2 for 25c Dukes Mixture 7c, 4 for 25c Wortman and McCarthy, who com- Michael Halpin. succeeding the Rev. with Individual and Inalienable 20c Turkish ! Mogul 18c the U. S. Marine Cut Plue ,.9c, 3 for 26a of nations 20c Murads are .180 points behind their bined ,18c rights which any league 9c, 3 for 25a 16c Five Hrothera normal batting averages. This class Clement Bosler, was announced from founded in Justice is bound to 20c AVindsor 1'agB Old Hillside 9c, 3 for 25o of fat headi?, who are always ready Indlanapoll1?. He goes to Loogootee, recognize." 10c Axton Nat. Leaf ....9c, 3 for 25a TWIST 16c Tuxedo (cans) 14c, 2 for 25c do instruct Flaherty or any other Ind., as as3lstant 'to the Rov. Joseph 16o A 14c, 2 for 26o 10c Allen County 9c, manager, can't understand why the Gordon and reported Friday. for 25c 10c Velvet (cans) MATTERS IN IRELAND. Tuxedo 9a 10c Shepherd 9c, club is not away out in front with banquet was given in his honor for 26c CIOABS night. Father Becker Warm Air Furnaces saved from summer rust and our two pitchers. Davis and Long. Thursday Joffersonville from St. Political, masters In Ireland appeaT 10c Railroad 9c, for 25c of 60 bad to worse. Hawk ...9c, 3 for 25c Chesterfield, 10c, 3 Cor 25c, Box ..4.15 here's hoping or decay, smoke pipes removed, oiled and furnace over Well, Joe McCarthy the 'beet of luck came to College, where ho grad to ho eolngof from Government aro 10c War Bud 10c Ited ,9c, 3 for 25c Quail, 10c, 3 for 26c, or ........ .84.16 ana gooa iuck Mclnrad's the for Tho agents .'....,9c, 3 for 26c Key west, 10c, 3 for 25c, or .....$4.16 will be succeeded by the everywhere foremntlng trouble asad 10c Tribune hauled and cleaned. UJNJLY 151.00. for tho departing manager Flaherty. uated. He Gallagher, 9c, 3 for 25a Optimist. 10c. 3 for 25c. or ...?. .S4.15 Rev. John who has been doing their utmost to drive the lOallooBter County 10c Bourb.on 9c, 3 Minardo, 10c, 3 for 25c, or... $4.15 acting as assistant priest at SU Phil people Into rebellion and give the CHEAPEST TOBACCO STORES for 26c Don OTTT. LEGACY. SOCIETY GIVEN WATCH US QBOW Vm IKS lip's and St. Mary's churches, "Castle an opporcumxy i oumus Indianapolis. AMERICAN CUT-RAT- E SoTOBACCO STORE problem by shooting Historical The tho political MAIN 2933 ciety, whose headquarters are In CITY 2181 No. a W. W. Cor. Pieiton Is libtrty down the advocates of Uberty. This No. 1 S. w. .Cor. Preston ft Jeff enqn SOLDIKItS WITH BAYONETS. New York, has been bequeathed a is the situation the Irish people are I. J. XREMEK ft CO. 1b much to memorial building under the will facing iust now, and It BISHOP'S JUBILEE. Viscount French" Lord Lieutenant their credit ithat thoy are able to of Dr. John T, Nagle. In addition, insurance pnEanujis. Ireland, restrain themselves and to laugh at Governor General of 0 and a MKKT HIIINKV Right Rev. Michael Francis Fal- the society receives for legacy of and with hla staf and officials took the 'l,ts aims "to be used the provocation they receive to t War risk insurance premiums may fhftJMMul lon, Btehop of London, Ontario, wiH purposes," together with all the salute of the victory march Saturlaw. An. outbreak be paid in monthly, quarterly, semicelebrate the silver Jubilee of his or- testator's books relating to Ireland. day at the Bank of Ireland in violate martial In Ireland at tills .time would simply o Today, Tomorrow and Monday dination to the holy priesthood on The estate is valued at $250,000. Dublin. The whele space of Watib be playing ithe "CasUe" and Tory annual or annual Installments. This July 29. Green was filled with cheering game. The people realize, this and advice is issued by the Civilian ReGAMES SslS P. M. crowds and the streets were lined have taKen ine one uure way ui lief headquarters In answer to Jenwlry NOVEL HANGING ITANT. POSITIONS TO HE FILLED. with sympathetic spectators. There putting tho Government Into a hole questions from Red Cross Home Select a large carrot and scoop out was mo aoatlllty displayed at any and holding It up to the ridicule of Service sections. As will be seen in our advertising the center, string a cord through, the point. The garrison marched with The whdle world la columns, four or five single white two sides of the top and tie to the fixed Bayonets, leading a large re- the world.Ireland iuat now: WIIAi LOOSEN DHtT. VS. her wntfthhiK men and women are wanted to fill curtain rod in the kitchen .window. presentation of demobilised soldiers. cause Is ithe world's cause, so to SIDNEY'S positions as attendants at the Feeble Put water every day In the scooped-ou- t AU the Irish regiments, particularly speak, and consequently we may A cupful of ammonia added to Minded Institute. The salaries 308 W. Jeffer- sopn pretty green the Dublin 'Fuslleers,- - marched fa entertain a reasonable hope of the the water when soaking clothes will conter, and mtnge from $30' to $37.60, BOA Bw RseVefI mwki Box Scat at with (ihooti will be spreading around the mufti, as well as the demobilized triumph of old cause at no thoroughly loosen the dirt and make Lawia' Fertk (! MnlMt. board and laundry. washing a much easier task. British regiments. Irishmen turret and making It invisible. Lh iHfttant day. " VOTE FOR Ryland C. Musick IOJR oo 1818-182- PERFECT FITTING DEMOCRATS Of Kentucky Tele-pho- no Attorney General - VOTE FOR 1 .: Brod-eric- k, n. ( ''3 W. H. SHANKS Of Stanford, Kentucky BuBjHBHH0BfiJK WVK)t' i ;, , Lieutenant Governor PRIMARY AUGUST 2, fifty-fift- rmXAmmmUAJ Hsbest Louisviicrs jPfTlrAwI.TffiS to Action of Democratic Party, v oafr 51st HERMAN STRAUS SONS J . ! one-ha- lf Wash Fabrics You'll Want Ate In This July Sale, "SWEEPING-OU- r SHOES f Yard-wid- T.lnAti-flnln- $&0&jm5flfam j ! fellow-Kcn-tucki- an f ; 36-In- 1 SMOKERS, ATTENTION! . Yard-wid- 38-ln- ts , For July Only $1 August Price $2 E. GL HEARTICK Iris'.i-Americ- an BASEBALL MINNEAPOLIS $60,-00- . i 'A Col-leg- amSh Jmmy h LOUISVILLE " a tht MJMiitku ' i fowrortJOKry The Happy Way ,"; i. rajw AjdOBXio:oAj., VOTJE FOR fi j Joseph Nevin BTTZXjlD FOR A GREATER LOUISVILLE. to Wash FOR COUNTY Turn Your Vacant Lot Into a Paying Investment iliP iH-vc- 11, -- M - tm wrtj!5isCiSf?SiS mm lcS3iri .. - - wbpih ilk? MSIRBHf IS lip ' IP' aPfSfSiraif mMi l I SBiS 1 laiMaillBii illmr' til 44)P-4- 1 ill COMMISSIONER ' OWN YOUR OWN HOME AND AVOID HIGH RENTS cratic Party. Primary Election Aug. 2, Subject to Action of the Demo- You Waited Years For an Opportunity Like TTflVf This-Y- ou'll i 1. fi, BOSSES SON , e !. cnon naAnta tmnfi "lia .. """"" tl Luwn ver ior a pi ace to live? Have seen rents? Then 1019. ,;. " .,.. v. mvi.i ..Lb- uoiuaiju uy uuiiuiDE a nouse on mat vacant lot. ant turn it top market." If you want a safe, sure, certain investment, buy a lot and hmld hm, t Wait Years Again ' vri11 V. . -- .,:i E one of the hardest household tasks' lectric Washing Machines make a pleasure out of Funeral Directors and Embalrners. TlebcMM 19ML , They pay for themselves in a short time. Telephone the Commercial Department and we will, send a machine and demonstrator to do your week's washing in your own home as a FREE demonstration Electricity can do many things to help the tired house-wifeadoes them cheaply. nd Four or five single white men or women as attendants at the Feeble Minded Institute, Frankfort, Ky. Secretary William J. McGinley In the organization of a nation-wid- e system of 'JC. or C. niijht schools. WANTED. Don't wait for prices to 2o down-t- hey aren't eoine down for years. The time to build i hm thl . : k Prices may be hiph so are your returns. Have you planned to own your own home Then now. if ever with rents CoinC still hieher is the time to build just what you've wanted and move into it. You can get materials and labor and deliveries now- -a few months hence, when the buildinc and Reconstruction movement is in full swine' you'll wonder why you pass the chance you have now Every house you build releases another home or appartment-ad- ds to the posperity of the city-a- dds to your prosperity, Talk this over with your contractor and start figuring today ,- -.- took Reeded rest. Father Vincent, P.. nf tho Sacred Heart Retreats has gono to Decatur,. Intl., for a much needed rest. Bev. COUNTRY OUTIXG. An old-tlm- Louisville Gas and Electric Company (Incorporated) a Telephones Main or City 2182 Build Now!. It Will Furnish Employment and Keep Times Good! aST&f 1-- St Leo's Annual Picnic Thornberry Grove Wednesday, July 30, 1919 Delicious Dinner and Chicken Sup- pen Euchre and Lotto in Afternoon Amusements will be many and eats unsurpassed I I IMS I BY MS WASHING SOAP WORKS jg.VVVVyyyyyViyYyyvyVVVYVVVV t a country mithiir nnil chicken festival will tako dIqco on CONTRIBUTED BY THE FOLLOWING FIRMS FOR MORE Tuesddy, August 5, in .the shady grove of Holy Trinity church at AND BETTER BUILDINGS IN LOUISVILLE: St. Matthews, for which Father Bohlsen and JU people ore making Louisville Gas and Electric Co. C. C. Mengel and Bros. Company extensive preparations. Holy Trinl-ty'j- a people are noted for their Norman Lumber Company What They Have, Been Doing phlcken dinners, which will be tho Fred G. Jones & Company, (LUMBER) Coral Ridge CJay.Products Co. particular feature. There will ba the Past Week General The Caloric Furnace Company amusements and numerous attrac Southern Brick and Tile Co. 111) S. 4th. St. Plpo and Plpeless Furnaces. News Notes. tions,, among (them the disposal of a T. Bishop, Agtcnt, Cor. 13th ami Ormsby flftyrdollar aue and a Sineer sewinir IN Pittsburgh Water Heating Co. machine., ,1agrainge, Pewee Valley Central Glass Company Automatic "Water Heaters, J518 2 S. Second Division. 4 will meet, .next .Monday aad S.helbyj cars stop Tight Jn ' ;' evening. front of. tile, grounds. tDenver Hibernians cleared $1,500 KNIGHTS 01' I'HLMIIil'S I GIRLS'' CLASSES STAIITED. at their Fourth of July reunion. Many local member? are aqualrited with the new National President. wt" order to help yu8, girls to 5iSfJ,ua"fy stenographers, Judge Deery, of Indianapolis. Late News That Will Interest t,' HIGHLAND PARK typists , mr Division o will meet next Friday onri hn.v..,,.,, Member Here and i evening and arrange to boost the ivlHfia of thn MMm!,t AT THE vmwiuiw ,w. 2 " m1 Social Club excursion. Council South Fourth street, Tho Hibernian Social Club haa has Inaugurated a aeries of classes Becuned tho Steamer East St. Louis io coacn mem in grammar and As Cplumbus day falls on Sunday for a moonlight excursion August 11. spelling, neatness, speed, etq., and Tho Hibernian ball team will meet to teach them some of the things tails year, special effort will ho the Alumni club tomorrow for tho about on office they ought to know. made everywhere to secure a note, third time, each having a game, Tho class on Tuesday afternoon worthy celebration. from 2:30 to 4:'30 Is for beginners - and a battle royal is expected. Preparations aTe going forward South Omaha Hibernians anourn who have just left eohool. and the for tho fourth degree exemplificathe death of another of 4helr faith one on Thursday from 5:30 to 7 tion on October 12, at Lincoln, Neb. ful old members, Luke Gaughan. is to accommodate those who have The class will close August 1. under whose auspices his funeral positions and who desire to Increase At a joint initiation at Sacratheir efficiency. was held. There will be no fee charge and all girls are urged mento largo classes ot new members' Upon his return from the National were received into convention A. G. Williams, a promi- to join wtlhout a further invitation. Sacramento Councils. Stockton and Tho classes will continue each week nent young attorney of New Orleans, On the Beautiful Grounds Surrounding the Home of notice. Any other InFor having tho best fraternal will lead a vigorous movement for until furth-aa bigger Hibernian membership and formation may be obtained by call- float In the Victory parade at ing Main or City 3359. Youngstown, Ohio, the 'Knights were Interest In Louisiana. awarded a "landsome cup. Mrs. Will Harrington, Mrs. P. 1XVIS CITY niTTERS. Union Council at Syracuse last Siflllvan, Miss Anna Gallagher and week conferred the first degree on Mrs. John Copney, tho President, The following are the batting ninety-tw- o will be the delegates for Division 1, averages candidates. The degree again on Ladies' Auxiliary of Indianapolis, to of those of the Twin City League will be exemplified layers who have been at August 19. FRANKFORT AVENUE, CRESCENT HILL the State convention to be held In the bat eight times or more, as Fort Wayne. Indianapolis Council opened its .Lob Angeles Hibernians Indorsed tti Take East Walnut and Crescent Hill Cars. on Wednesday. Here there will be P. P. O'Brien, their County Pre- League: Curran, C. Moore and spont for something yau did not NEED would have t tarud a That yon sident, for State President at their axe tied for first honors, but a permanent welcome for members convention held in San Francisco Cunran Is the logical leader, having who were in tho country's Bervice. SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED this week. His splendid record as Doen at the bat 40 times against California Council passed resolutwice a year; There MAY COMK a time when yovtr "LAST DOLLAR" County President for threo terms Moore's 18 Mazzozni's 12, tions welcoming President De Valera and commended him for the position. Curran, Mackin, .500; Mazzonl, to San Francisco, and expressing the aait be spent for straethiag you DO NEED. .The SAVING ow ot tfaa Served By The Ladies Rev. Michael Mennls, o( Cripple Alumni, .500: C. Moore. Macktn. hope that hs mission to this country liars yon are watting might keep that "hard time" from eve cemtag. Creek, won storms of applause and .'50(; aicoulre, K. of C., .500; M. will be crowned with glorious suc- All kinds of amusements and delightful music all g contest at Moore, Mackin, .474; Bauer, Alumni, ; Css the Denver, hurling a 459: M. Pontrlch. Alumni. .419: O.I Nearly all the councils in Mis- day. Gates Open From 9 A. M. Until 11 P. M. weight nineteen feet and eight Murphy, Mackin, Spatig, 'souri are showing marked growth. ,400; Inches without "follow." He was a Alumni, .400: Sensbach, K. of C The council at St. JoBeph had two former champion of Australia at .385; Polln. K. of C, .375; Haragan, initiations this month, and Maryvlllo Admission 25 Cents. Children Under 12 years FREE many candidates for this sport. Mackin, .366; Boeppel, Alumni, will have The Denver Hibernians voted to .357; Eisner, Shawnee, .348; Bell, August 24. give Right Rev. Bishop Tlhen ?500 Alumni, .345; Otto, Shawnee, .345; Fifth and Court Place. HARVEY-JELLIC- O ANXIOUS FOB OnUKCIL to cover the expenses pf his trip Hamilton, Hibernians, .344; LaTklns, Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. as a delegate to San Francisco, but Hibernians, .344; Hamm6nd, HibernThere are excellent prospects for 333; Beeler, Callfornians, he refused the gift, turning the ians, (INCORPORATED) money back to the order to be. used ,333; Schone, Macktn, .333: Voor, tho erection of two Catholic In any way to assist the cause for K. of O., .333; Hunckler. Callfor churches within the suburbs of nians, ,333; Hartlage, Callfornians, Louisvlllo before the passing of an the freedom of Ireland. 333; Meyers, Shawnee. .320; N. other year. Peoplo residing within Murphy, Hibernians, .310; Ahman, the vicinity of Fern Cieek and Oka LEADEUS HONORED. aro anxious to have a Catholic a Mackin. .308: StammeTman. DISTRIBUTORS OF THE: In recognition of their untiring nee, .304; Musselman, .300; Kruse, church with (resident pastor In their work for the soldiers durjng the Alumni, ,2S0; Scally, Callfornians, respective neignDornooas ana are war, James A. Flaherty, of Phila- .286; Lebre, K. of C, 286; "W. Ham- - j earnestly working to that end. At HiRfiradriastern-Kentuck- y Miss McKenna haa delphia, Supreme .Knight of the lltoa. K. of 0.. .281: Scully. Shaw- - Fern Creeic Knights ot Columbus, and District nee, .280; Hack, K. of C, .280; donated two acres of ground and a in Attorney Joseph C. Pelle'tlor, of Ohrlg, Shawnee, .278; J, Murphy, start haa been made for a fund. Place your next order with us. Terms cash. Boston, Supreme Advocate of the Hibernians. ,276; Bossmeyer, K. of .The Olcalona peoplo have four aores organization, have bee'n specially C, .275; Chenoweth, Shawnee, .273; of ground paid for, situated only honored by Popo Benedict XV. by Mclntyre, Shawnee, .273; O'Lough- - a short distance from tho car lino, elevation to the rank of Knight Un, Hibernians', .273; K. Pontrlch, ' and already have about ?1,000 in .267; Sprunk, Alumni, Itho treasury toward building tho Commander of St. Gregory the Great. Alumni, Cable dispatches, announcing the 265; wllklns. Alumni. .261; Har- - churoh. bestowal of this honor upon the two rigan, ,K. of C, .250; .Fletcher, 8 Where work Is qalcklp Where the homo K. of C. officials were received K. of C, .250; "Weber, K. of C, brightest ; ItM'Uim X'JlU.ll JPlULNltti. done; Mackin. .250: .250: J. Murnhv. last week. Where' cooking seem the work dlo- - Wbero Threo of tho priests of this and Pelletler Neihaus, Callfownlans, ,230; O'Brien, Messrs. Flaherty real fun; lightest; have been constantly active in K. of Hibornians. .222: Showalter. .222: cese who accompanied tbe A. E. F, Shawnee, C. war relief work as members of Otto, .262; Aulbach, to France- as army chaplains arrived Where tho meal Where baking gives dethe K. of C. Committee on War Xlumnl. .23 7; Roth, Callfornians, In Loutevillo the past week, all .in light; cooked best; health Activities. Tho of St. Whore drudge a oat of Woolens, Silks, Georgette, Crepe de Gregory is one of Knighthood honors .214: Scully. Hibernians. .211: Dll- - Bplendld Ronan, and condition. Capt Where the range stands 'formerly rector of Uhanty, .200; Stoeth, Edwin Shawnee, the highest sight the test that a Catholic layman can receive CaMfornlans, .190; Curley, K. of C. the Sacred Heart' Retreat, who wasChine and AH Dainty Materials. tfae tho That's whero That's where 1 W frnm thA flhnrfili. A ffiw waakfl ftirn .1905 E. Jansirie. K. of C .189:.! stationed at Gen. Pershing's hoadUlMVUC WMT "Quick Meal" comes "Quick Meal" comes Tnn r. nnlllAH. Y) T v'1l Wlley, MacWn, .176; Bloomer, Call-- ! garters, U on a two week3' fur- . Ajaiikiu. ul .new tfel i. wiiuaiu j. ivu. la. YOUR GROCER HAS IT. Overseas Director of the K. of 0., rornjons, .107; aio&Tiriff, paiuocnians, ioun ana nas gone mo naicaso. c u.jnbw xorK, .160; Baumgardiver, Mackin, .154; Lieut. P. M. Monaghan also has a ern, ui ana iiiuwani c Qalk Maal Gaa KMa Sold. Installed and Highly Raecmaaadad were sim Romans, Mackin, 1154. Tomorrow's two weeks' furlough. Lieut. Albert c Overseas Commissioner, MAGIC-KELLE- R (TUTtr. .liri wB nUfmiJa TlinmTtaAn na .Supreme Knight nl aA..1a. nkfciAlsjTi ilarly honored., Flaherty and District Attorney Pelle- - Hibernians vs. Alumni asd K. of C. ward Baxter, of ,the Domlnleans, is nfOOKPOKATSD ST. ' Uer. are now engaged with Supreme ( vs. 8hTYye. 7 J JjJ'hUII in France, v o HIBERNIANS. w '' ' I at-C5- 7 l: rfi,. fa Come and Spend the Day Orphans' Picnic TUESDAY, JULY 29, r St. Joseph Orphanage DINNER AND The Last Dollar - I srv'ri Maz-Eo- ni EXCELLENT SUPPER weight-throwin- Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. fifty-Slx-pou- COAL CO. MtK FOR QTJAaLVXODY SERVICE) Lump Coal Shaw-.lon- " Where the QuicK Meal Comes In JhbiiiiiiiB) . - m I . AAAAAAAlMA SEHER & SON, v. MA2RT 1